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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU. H. T.. SATURDAY, JUNE 29. 1902.
Hawaiian Iron Fence
TELEPHONE MAIN 287.
We havo the most complete anil up-to-date line of HIGrJ
GRADE VEHICLES on the market, I'nturpassed for Newness
of Design, Elegance of Flnltili anil Dnralillltv.
COME IN AND SEE THEM.
ASK YOUR NEIGHBOR
where she gers that good butter, anil
if It really la good, the chances are 10
to 1 that It la
crystal spring butter
Tlila butter Is pure, sweet and fresh. Creates an appetite anil Is
better than any tonic made. We send It out In neat pasteboard car
tons. The price per pound 40 cents.
METROPOLITAN MEAT GO., Ltd,,
Two persons for ten days
Three persons for ten days
ri" persons for seven days
i uui persons for ten days
Ask for them cheerfully sent on
LEWIS & CO.
1060 FORT STREET.
When the steamer Alameda
arrives, Saturday, we can sup-
ply our customets with fresh i
CHERRIES, ORANGES j
Desldes the fnilt will be other!
Uclleailcs such as
CAL COCKTAIL OYSTERS
CAULIFLOWER, CLERY andl
fresh HOR8ERADISH, The fob I
lowing fancy cheese: J
FROMAGE DE BRIE,
CHAMEMBERT and ,
I I A V P O C i
The Popular Grocery.
and Monumental Go.
176-180 KINQ STREET.
F. E. KING'S LIST
COTTAGE with barn. Beretanln St.
near PIIUol. Rent ?30.
COTTAGE with barn at the Beach.
Good bathing. Kent $25.
Nicely furnished housekeeping rooms
at Cottage Grove.
Plve-ioom COTTAGE. King Place;
LOT3 at the Beach; IS yearn to run.
Good bathing. $73 to $100 per
F. E. KING,
COTTAGE GROVE, KING STIiBET
Hurrah for the
A LAKGE VAR1UTV
Something New, make blft noise
WALL, NICHOLS CO., LTD.
Sffl OF Hill
Judge Humphreys this morning
granted a sta 01 execution against
the Kamalo Sitpar Company defend
mils for one week. J. A Magoon, tl
L. Marx and T McCants Stewart np
peared for the plaintiffs, timl A. U. M
Hohertson for defendant H.istaco.
Mr. Hobertson. when the motion fo
e.vculirn was calkd, withdrew as
( itiiiiv of record foi J. J Egan, as
iimlcr the present circumstances hf
culil not represent both him and Hub-
tace. He submitted first that tho exc
'.nun thould not Issue against Prank
Hustuee, who had satisfied the Judg
m nt is to his proposition. If the
coutt iMd not tolie that vfew he would
art. foi n continuance of the hearing
tor n veek. The partle nail not been
able to obtain enough Btorli to comply
with the decree In that regard.
Mr. Mngcon had objections to tho
stay of execution. The court had no
power to modify the decree so ns to
have the money part ot the Judgment
liquidated with stock. Mill, the plain
tilts did not wish to be oppictslvc, but
would allow the defendants all Uiu
time possible. Payments could ba
made alter the Issue ol execution.
Mr. Hobertson remarked en tho pro
fession ol lenienry Just made, saying
the plaintiffs could not have the exe
cution and the stay "jotii (gather. IJfl
objected to several i7em in tho bill ol
costs, some being for motions wherein
defendants prevailed nnd others b
longing to Suprem Court proceedings.
Mr. Magoon wanted n ruling ns tn
whether stock mlghl bo paid in lieu
Judge ItumphnjH nrnrctl the pro
ceedings with an octinn for tho con
version of stock nnd tfie judgment
with one for lerfavln. It defendants
had been cited for contempt In not
obeying the decree. tby might pay
the Judgment Into court and thereby
h entitled to discharge. Vnder all tho
circumstances the request foi a stay
of proceedings was leoscnnblo. The
lomt could see objection' Por In
stance. If the stock went vp to J100 n
share the plaintiffs would lose tin
benefit tf the defendants deposited it
at 520 par value. However, such n
contingency was not pre liable. Tho
stay of proceedings was granted for
ine week, with an cr'n loi execution
0 Issue at the iapce oi that time with
nit further motion It htc rirlgment waq
not satisfied In the mmi'lnie Cost;)'
were ruled again! tk ,liuiliintn, ex
eeptlng siuh ah weie 'n I in tho Su
id Elf UIU W
il BE Vffl WH1
London, June 17. A fcne.i,,cinnl sto
ry Is current In Lontltn tuuight ot tiio
discovery of a plot to assassinate King
Edward. This story has citatetl much
discussion In newspaper nml uiha- cir
lea, but It Is lacking in anytlhug liku
According to the current report.
ilng Ud ward's sudden Illness at Al
lershot was not due to a cold, hut was
nercly an excuse for withdrawing His
Majesty from public functions owing
;o the dlscoveiy by Scotland Yaul ol
1 plot against his life. Tho principals
.n this plot hnve not yet been arrested.
It Is cited In confirmation ot this
jtory that King Kdwauls recovery
when he wns entciinnd at Windsor
Castle wns r.s complete .aid speedy as
.lis attneit bad beui s'idil.u.
On the other hand !' m km bo point
Jd out that If His Mnjcit s Illness war
merely diplomatic. Hi" etllilalu cer
talnly tooU n grent dal nt tioublo In
teeplng up the fiction Mr Francis
Lnlilng. physician In oidinary to the
ilng. wns suinmon-d bv telegiuph te
Aldcrshot; his prescriptions wero hur
riedly filled, and everything about the
King's apartments Indicated the gen
'lino nature of the King's illness. Fur
thermore. King Edward journey
from Aldcrshot to tVlpdsor In his mo
tor car nnd his subsequent drive today
in Windsor l'arlt do not scorn to Indl
cate any fear of n further ottack upon
At Scotland Yard tonight the iitmosl
rutlccncc was maintained concerning
these rumors. It was roticeablc, how
'vcr. that the chief Inspectors, whe
usually tctttrn home at nlpht, wore ab
on duty there, and. while tliey refuse
to see newspaper reprfseiitotlven un
til tomorrow morrdns. thy decline to
elthfr deny or confirm the rumor.
, urcat ileal of ln'ere-t Is lielne
mnnirested In the tan). tween the
Hoiioliilun and Knrr.f harn h.n on the
Oahu College campiM i!.Ib afternoon
at 1;3U o'eloiU hcni'in thene tenuis
are more neaily eouul tnnn nny other
iwo teams In th- lenp le ami It tno
HonoluliiB are ever beaten durliiB Hi"
urckint season. It h .. tlila nftei
.won. The plnytrb and tlnir imslllonn
are n follows:
KnmchamehnB John Kekuewn, Ih;
V. Ynminttr.. i'b; Joiien, id; Anderbiin,
Jb; Knluiulcllo. l; Ilt'dei. cf, S. II.
ioKI. If; I). Keliuewa. i; Luiiiou, p.
riuhBtltute. T. Cocett.
llonoluliis Lieut. Ltflle. lb, Capl.
Thompson. 2b; Wlllir.nns. (.; IVyce,
3b: ClleaEon, rf: Ayleit. if; .1. linn
mann. If; Lew In, c; I). Joy. p. Substl
ittti'K, Alfred n'llllainB. V. Aylett.
The setond came vvlll be between
the Malle-Illir.n and Artillery tcanib
and should be ii mire thing lor the
'Sockless" Jeiiy Slmicn has beaten
oclet nt Its uwn Knnie hnvlns won
the plnE-ponK chnmplufhln of Montana
nt u tournament nt the Montana Club,
The number nf InmilKranttJ nrrlvlni;
In Now York during the flrtt quarter
of this year was 178,000, which Is 30.
000 In excess of that for any preceding
LOCAL AND GENERAL
New York, June 21. Sugar Raw;
nominal; fair refining, 3c; Centrifugal,
06 test, 3 1-2c; Molascss Sugar, 2 3-4 c;
Kona coffee to be good must he pure.
C. J. Day sells It.
Four unfurnished rooms arc for rent
In Adams Lane. See New Today
High Sheriff Ilrown did not go m
Maul yesterday, ns he half expected.
Notice to consignees of cargo fiom
San Francisco per S. S. Alameda. July
12, appears on page S.
The Y. M. C. A. has enlisted the ser
vices ot a quintet club which will at
tend nnd cheer the Ilnpld Transit cat
gospel service on Sunday afternoon,
"The Singing School Ye Olden
Times" will be given by the Auroi.i
band In St. Antonio Hall, Vineyard
street, this ctcnlng, beginning at x
o'clock. Tickets SO cents.
F, il. Brooks Is himself again Al
tho Elks' hall yesterday afternoon,
there was an Informal tournament dm
Ing the course of which he defeated two
outsiders and unother Elk.
Tho freight steamship Hyades ar
rived at San FrauclBco on the- 2uth In
Btnnt from Kahulul with a cargo of S2,
f71 lugs of sugar. Sue Is to sail from
Seattle on August 2Uth for Culun.
Among tho arrivals from Kauai In
tho W. O. Hall this morning were the
following: .Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Cooke,
A. Hanebcrg. Miss Allco Cooke, It. II.
Iloyd. E. P. Mahle, E. Wake and O. O
L. F. Prcscott has been 6erlously III
at Llhue, Knual. with a violent attack
of nppcndlcltls and will probubly be In
Honolulu within n week or ten days If
be continues to Impiove ns rapldl) as
during the past few days.
Mr. and Mrs. Wllllnm Hyde Hlce an
mm nee tho marriage of their daughtei
Mary Eleanor to Walter lleurj Srott
on the evening of Vcdneduy, June 25,
1002, nt Hale Nanl. Llhue. Kau.il. Invl-
tatlons to Honolulu people arrlw-d liy
the steamer f 10111 Kauai this morning
The annual shoot for bars which has
been going on in the ranks of the Nil
tloual Ottaid for n fortnight past, will
doie tomorrow at the illle innge Mi
Kal.imko. Captain Samuel Johnson
has made the best Individual kcoic
(47) so far. Other good scores hate
Thtee Potto Hlrnns charged with ns-
same nnu nauory wun a Mine on a
Japanese at Iwllel the other night, hid
their cases continued until Monday hi
the l'ollie Court this forenoon. Tills
was made necessary by the absence
of the official Japanese Interpreter .n
the Circuit Court.
In tho Police Court this foienooii. tho
caso of E. Langren. charged with n
serious crime In connection with a Ha
waiian girl ot Immature eais. hud his
case nolle pros'd. It 13 understood that
the evidence of the ptuslclnn In the
rase would not have been very valu
able to the prosecution.
The ruling ot the Hoard of Health
that no one outsldo officials should ac
company tho Hoard on Its Molokal trli
Is made on account of the shortage In
funds. When the Board makes Its
semi-annual trip It has to pay tin
steamship companies for all passen
gers taken. The strict economy neces
sary to carry the Hoard through the
)ear makes It necessary to save nt
every possible point. The lllp this
year without extra passengers will cost
nhotit $200, which will be a saving ot
two or three hundred dollars from the
usual expense. The rule against news
paper representatives was mado be
cause the Iloatd felt t liar If any (fasseu
(gcrs other than nicmbeis of the Hoard
were lcfmcd all must be.
KI OF MM!1 DEAD
Dresden., Saxoii.t June 10. King Al
beit died ut i U.'i p. m. todu. He leaves
11 u children, consequently Prlucx
(icorge, hlg eldest brother. Is heir to
tho tin one of Siaony. The King abdi
cated In favor of his brother shortly bo
foia bis death.
King Albert of Saxony enjoyed the
love of his subjects and the respect ol
other Kuiopean monarchs to u degree
hardly sin passed In history. "Ho lived
the Ilfo of a King." writes ono biogra
pher, "and he embodied tho noblest
conception ot this hUtorlc profession
In character he was pure nnd honest
Ills tastes were refined and artistic."
King Albert was born In 1828. He
was trained for the life of a toldler
and vvheii hut 31 fought valiantly In
Schlcdwlg-Ilolsleln. In 1SCS he com
m;indid the Saxon army against Prus
sia. When Saxony entered the North
German union ho was placed at the
head of a corps, and In this posltlor
participated In the battles of (lrave
lotte and Sedan. In 1ST1 he was uiadr
Field Mntshal of the empire. Two
t'eurs later, upon the death of his fa
ther, lie ascended to the throne.
He began his reign under the most
unfavoiablv liteumstauces, Ills wilo
and heroism hud mado him the Idm
of his countrymen, but ho feared a
heavy debt. Ily untiring efforts and a
light economic policy the burden was
eventually lemoved, In 18u3 he wa
married to Caroline of Vassa.
King Albert of Saxony 'was the laat
of the generals who commanded the
German army In 1870. Ho could hardly
bo called one of tho empire-makers, for
Jt was his father. King Johann, who
brought Saxony Into the empire, hut
with her own active assent. King Al
bert contributed to tho foundation of
the empire, nnd although he fought
against the Prussians tn tho war of
1SC0, he Immediately reconciled him
self to the situation und supported
Prussia's political nnd military aspir
Of the 11,000 citizens of the Creek
Nation who ate entitled to n quoin of
tho tribal lands. WOO aic ncgioea. Tho
Creeks, like tho other civilized tribes,
owned- negro slaves. After tho war
they admitted their ex-slnves to all tho
rights of iltlrenshlp. Thero baa also
been a considerable mingling of the
raco, and peoplo of half-Indian and
half-negro blood lire numerous,
You have been waiting tor
them and they're now here.
The demand Is large, so you
better come eatly for yours
before they are all gone.
We have them, sonic plain
white enamel and others
with brass trimmings; sides
open out so you can put
them by your bed.
They are the prettiest
cribs made and prices ate
FURNITURE CO,, Limited
GOLDEN RULE BAZAAR'S
NEW BOOK LIST.
If I Were King, by Justin McCarthy.
Tho Dark 0' tno Moon," by S. It.
"The Mastery of the Pacific," by A. It.
"Dorothy Vernon of Haddon Hall," by
Chas. Majors (author of "When
Knighthood Wns In Flower").
"Tho lllazed Trail," by S. E. White.
"None Hut the Ilrave," by H. Sears.
"Tho Kenlons." by W. I). Hovvells.
"The Strollers," by V. S, Isham.
The Magic Wheel," by John Strango
"Tho Hounds of the Haskervllles," by
"The Woman Who Dared." by Lynch.
"A House Party," edited liy Paul Lcl
The abovo are only a "SAMPLE
LOT" of what may be found on our
156 Hotel Street
New York Dental
The high class of work turned out nt
tho New York Dental Parlors every
day counts and more people are realiz
ing that they can get better work and
lower prices than anywhero else.
Kach department In chargo of a spe
cialist and our operators are graduate
dentists oi the best-recognized schoolc
In tho U. S. or the world.
We have a larger staff than nny oth
er dental office In tho city; wo have
tho best plate workers, crown and
bridgo Specialists, and In fact all
branches of dentistry ns practiced by
us are strictly up to date.
We can sivo you money on your den
tal worlc We will tell you In advance
exactly what jour work will cost by a
Full Plate of Teeth $5.00
Gold Crowns 5.00
Bridge Work, per tooth 5.00
Gold Filling 1.00
Silver Filling! 50
All our Instruments are thorough!!
M .jTYYi. L4f
sterilized before use.
New York Dental Parlors,
Ilomn 4, Ullto Building, Hotel StrceL
Ladles In Attendance,
Hours, S a. m. to 6 p. in.
Sundays, 9 a. tn, ts l'J m.
You need n Vacation Boot,
something firm and solid, some
thing you can wear all during your
outing, suitable for walking, rid
ing or biking; we have these In
three grades, $3.50 $4.50 and $5.00.
Any of these you will find full of
comfort, stylo and lots ot wear.
Ants do, If given the Antollne
treatment. Greatest success
attends use oT this newly dis
covered ant exterminator. If
the pests use It once they nev
er do again.
tn tho pantry AntoIIno Is
Invaluable as It is not a poison
but has the desired result.
Still in Jhe Field
E. C. ROWS
has started In business again now at
550 KINQ STREET, TERRITORIAL
BUILDING, where he Is prepared to
do PAINTING and PAPERHANGING
In all Its (-ranches, and will be pleased
to sco all of his old patrons, as well
as now ones. He has no connection
with any other shop.
550 KING ST.
P. O. BOX 29S.
The finest of Chinese and Jap
aneso matting now on sale t
VARIETY You will find ours
tho best In tho city; new pat
terns nnd designs; all grades.
PRICES No one can tinder
sell us nnd very few can Bell at
our prices. We mean Just what
ADVANTAGES We sell you
any quantity, liy the yard or roll
and deliver It flee In the city
LEWERS & COOKE,
M. F. BERTELJVIAIS'S
IB - MOVED
To rear ot old stand. Entrance
King street Orders left at either ako
or office at John Nott's store, Klaj
trt. will rlT nromn nntinr
I E. W. JORDAN 1
litis ust received ex.
"ALAMEDA" a full line
of the celebrated
eg Also a bid choice In the
"PING PONG" GAME
j- Come curly und mivo
- being disappointed.
5 , 3
E No 10 Store '5
Fort Street 3
J. H. FISHER
Stock and Bond Brokers.
FIRE ASSOCIATION, of PhllcdtlpUta,
WESTERN A88URANCE CO, sf .Th
ro n to.
Offices SUngenwald lldf., M
chant StrceL Tel. wain It.
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE
Honolulu, JUNE s8, tool
NAME OF STOCK
rauuf c -
l.o. fcirraio.. Ml.
Hwttin A tricuirufilCc
Hawallin Sugar Ca ..
Honosiu Sugar Co ,.
Monokaa Sugar Co ...
Ha'ku Sugar Co
Cahutra Plantation Co
Kiahutu Sugar Co....
Koloa Sugar Co . ,
0b Sugar Lo , .
Ononta Sugar Co, ,,,
Olaa Su. Co., LtJ., ai )
OlaaSuCo LtJ fiupt
PaauhauSu, Pfan Co
Pac'flc Sugar Mill ..
Pal Ptanfj'lon Co ...
PtpttkeoStgir Co ..
Plonef r Mill Co
Walalua Agri Co. ...
WallukuSucar Co , ..
WilniM Mill Co
I 000,000 K
I T JO.OOOl
lnttr(tljnJ fam K ia
nawanan titctrlc Co
Hon. kiHJ T & L Co
Muhill T 1rhnn f"n
Hawaiian Gov 5 pr nt
Hon RiplJ Triiuit .. .
hwa Plantat'n 6frrent
unu kdill,o per c
Oahu Plantation 6pc
Olaa PlanUtlnofi p, c
waiaiua Agricui. 0 p. c
Sales- 8 Olaa. fiSHOAsablo. $3."n
STOCK AND BOND BROKER,
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE.
Orders for tho purchase or ot
stocks and bonds carefuly and promtt
ly executed. Loans negotiated
Office Room 401, 4th floor, 8Un(jta.
wald Bldg. Postofflce box 390; Tela.
phone Main 331.
Haisfead & Co,, Ltd
MONEY ADVANCCD ON SUGAR
921 Fort Street
TEL. MAIN 133.
A. C. LOVEKIN,
STOCK AND BOND BROKER,
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE.
403 Judd Building.
Fred. L. Waldron
P. O. Box 5E3; Te) Blue 791; Room
s, Sprecke's Bulldlic.
P. H. Burnette
Agent to Grant Marriage License.
Notary Public and Typewriter.
Real Estate, Insurance, Collections.
Office, 79 Merchant Street, Honolulu.
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