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.EVENING BULLETM, HONOLULU, H. T., TUESDAY,' 3VIA' 1, 1902.
Hawaiian Iron Fence
TELEPHONE MAIN 287.
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Wo have tho most complete and tip-to-dato lino of HIGH
GRADE VEHICLES on tlra market. ITnsiirpaeecd for Xovvnoas
of Design, Elcganco of' Finish and Durability.
COME IN AND SEE THEM.
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Hurrah for the
A LAIlC.n VARIETY.
Somctliinii New, make blfl notc
Toy Plstqlsand Gaps
WALL, NICHOLS CO., LTD,
is only half
without an "AL VISTA
Takes pictures of high water
falls, of groups or broad land
scapes with a scopo of nearly
Uses films and loads In day
light. It Is a wonder. Write for
Photo Supply Go
HAWAIIAN ENGINEERING AND
ENGINEERS AND CONTRACTORS.
Rooms 508-510 Stangenwald Bldg.
Tel. Main 60. P. O. Box 537.
P. H. Rurnette
Agent to Grant Marriage Licenses.
Notary Public and Typewriter.
Real Estate, Insurance, Collections.
Office, 79 Merchant Street, Honolulu.
Treasury Warrants Discounted.
Magoon Bldg., Merchant tt Alakea Sts,
Office hours 9 a. m. to 4 p. in.
and faumenial Go.
176-180 KINO STREET.
Two persons for fen days
Three persons for ten days
Four persons for seven days
Four persons for fen days
them cheerfully sent en
LEWIS Zr CO.
10C0 FORT STREET.
240 TWO TELEPHONES 2-10
When the steamer Alameda
arrives. Saturday, wo can sup
ply our customers with fresh
CHERRIES, ORANGES '
Ilcsldes tho fruit will bo other
delicacies such as
CAL. COCKTAIL OYSTERS
CAULIFLOWER, CLERY and
fresh H0RSERA0I8H. The foi
lowing fancy eheeso:
FROMAGE DE BRIE,
H. MAY & CO.
Tho Populur Grocery.
22 TELEPHONES 24
F. E. KING'S LiST
COTTAGE with barn. Dcictatiiu St.
near Pllkol. nent 530.
COTTAGE with bnm lit tho llench.
I flood bathing. Hem (25.
Nicoly furnished housekeeping rooms
I nt Cottage Giove.
'Klve-ioom COTTAGE. Klug Place;
LOTS at tho Ileach; 18 years to run.
fiood bathing. $75 to $100 per
. COTVAGB GROVE, KING STRliET
COMPLETED ITS WORK
Invitations Sent Out By Thousands
Older to National Guard
Army and Navy 'Invited
to Take Part.
The pleasure of your company Is
requeued nt a Reception by
at n Dan ctven by the
Citizen of Honolulu at the Cnpltol
in honor of the
12i Analveriary oi the independence,
United State of America
Filday evening, July Fouitli, 1!0J
Reception 8.30 p.m.
The above l a copy of the Invita
tion to the l-'onrth of July lacoptlnn
and ball, thousands ot which aro belli,;
sent oat to the people ot tlio cll
through the postnffUe today.
The Literary Committee met yoslcr
day nftevnoon In the nffiio ol Conint'it
alonor ot Agritulture and Forestry
W'ray Taylor and mode, n final nr
rangemrut of it piogrnm. tho com
mlttce I In hopes tiat 3ecretnry Coo-
icr will be well rnougli by the fourth
lo inahe a lew Introductory remarks,
and his name ha ben placed on Hi"
program with that nd In view. Tin
follow-lnit 1? the cotrtile'e urogram as
'nrrnmrtfri liv the committer vKterdnv-.
Copt. Bergei's Orchestra
Piner Rv E. S. Mn6hl4)
UerlarutlOTi of IndTdenoo
"Cninnihla, tho dm c,' the Ocirm"
Mrs. AcMlm Knllvy
Hon H 12. Coopei
iliiflc , Un hiistri
Addres Charles L. Hopklni
Star Hpatigled Usnner". II. E llorxci
Address Frank E. Thompson
i i-atrlotlc Musle
Cop'. IV-ruei Orcbeslrn
Orders foi the iiarad" of the Nation
iBl iluard weri' lsued Mom hvadquar
.t.rs yestetdav. The parade commit
tee has also extenoed the Invitation to
ilhe soldiers nt Camp Melflnley as well
,as the naval men. to participate In tho
parade. The order Isttied by Col. Jones
jenteniy Is as follows:
Honolulu, Hawaii. June 30tli. 1902.
Gem ml Ordeis Xo. Sil:
The regiment will arsrmhle at tho
dilllshed nt 9 o'clock a. ni on July Itli,
IU"2, for the purpose oi participating
In the 4th of July procession.
Field ami star will parade inniinlii.!.
1'nlforni ?7eld and staff, latlgue,
hlu troupers, gaumictg.
Line rntlgue, white trousers, leg
Rings nnd white Klov.s.
Uy order of Colonel Jones.
Capt. and Ad.U.
The anUhlnp troches ero put on
the lanal et nslon t- the old leg's
l.itlvo ball estetday and It is now
ready foi me. Tlie decorations will ha
i.iott elaborate, "he .lictilcnl display
in the lanal and on the giounds lid i
ben nem-lv coiuletd nnd. It Is said,
will eclipse the displnj el Inaugural
Congress to Adjourn
Before the Fourth
Vakhliihton. Jniu :; Senators gen
erally piedlct that Congress will ills
perse between the fiift add too Fourth
of July. The n--ion piobnhly will be
axtended toon .vbat by th necessity ol
(Oiicludlng cousii.e.ailon of thu I'lillliv
pint Eovemm.nt bill, as all the appro
priation bills iculd be finally disposed
of during the piefent week. Thi
Hoiiic, however, will not pass on the
I'liUIppine bill until too latter pint of
the week and It Is osptcted Chat It will
bo nccessaiy to devote tonsldcrahlj
time In eonlcitnce to the different ci
between the Senate and House. Xo
Senator now plates the day of adjourn
nent beyond July ). jho conference
between the two homes on the Inter
oceanic cnnal bill has bttn arranged
Rnd it Is tocpe'tt-d that au agrecmenl
will be reached durtnr. thu present
It Is pnstlhlc that tho Cuban com-
rilttee will report the ttelproclty bill
before adjournment, but if It should
rtn ?o. theie will be no tffort to seemc
nttlan on It owing to tho well known
reposition of n largi jort of the Sun
Prlladelphla, .lui.e . 'n the pres
hv f o( a dlstliit-ulshetl .oanp.my of na
nl oKkcts, many It a I'm tltizens from
Colcirndo nnd n Inrge number of per
il n from New Yon: and other ueur-by
'ties, the prote ie,t crulmr Denver wus
sii' .-s, fully b unched this afternoon
at the Xea3e fc Levy shipyard
Miss Roberta M. Wright, daughter
of Mayor Wright of Denvur, christened
The Denver Is one of six protected
cruisers authorized b tho last Con
gret. Khe Is &bunt the size of the
Itnllegh and the c;i,. innatl, but mod
ernlzed nnd improved, She Is deslgued
for n speed of (,',; knot 3, and Is so
coiiatrutted at to be abb; to maintain
thU iatc for a long time. Sho has J70ti
hoist-power as tompared with 10.000
in the Raleigh nnd Cincinnati, which
means lct thnn half the weluht of the
Dr. II. C. Slopgctt received news of
the death of his father at tho advance I
ego of S3 yeais. .Mr. Sloggett's father
i runtnibercd by the older icsldcnts
of Hawaii, ho having vlBlted Iho ltd
a nds forty year ago as an cilutcr of a
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Read "Wants" on page 6.
Q. II. Henry's office. 8 Cnrnpfccll bid
Illvl lend notice of the I. I. Steam
Xiivlentlon f'o. appears on page I
Todio to I'rogres hold a siie.i.l
meeiluj this evening. Work In tin- j
first degree. '
The I'lrst Regiment drum mrps wl.l
pei-lorm with the band at tho llnvvniiai
Hotel tins evening, i
The glt.Ur rulta of the Hawaiian i
Tramways Co. latoly pitllid up on i
King atiuct weru carted away till
Leave oiden for the Original Hawa
iian Quintet uud Ulce Club at the law
Offlco of W. .1. Coclho. IJethcl street.
See ad under Xew Today.
II. O. Yasndu, at 111 Hotel street.
will supply lahurcn and household do
mestics at short notice. Itelinblo ser
uuts and laborers fuiutshed at all
The tteantcr Meteor Is to resume the I
Honolulu. Seattle und San Francisco'
ronto Winn the sugar se.ison opens in
plaio of the Eurcha being lunveited'
Into an oil steamer. '
The EukIps will hold their regain' .
meeting nt San Antonio llnll Vdne-
day evening ut 7 .:!0 o'doeK. The cloc-,
Hon of a chaplain and a tiuatee will be
held. See not lie on page S.
Oon't forget Camariuos of the Call
forult Fiuit Market when jou want'
fruit and vegetables. He alna8 ban
on hand a fresh supply of both "-iltor-nla
and Island trull- Telephone .Main'
One of the ciev of the steamer Maul i
a Japanese, was unit yestoruH uj tli i
fallliit, of a bag of nugnj from a sling
IIo as removed to the hospital Ii'
"it was very much regtelted that he
should have met with stun an aiii-
dent." hu had not "been utm.ird th-'
Maul for almost tvont-scven ears.
us tht Adveitlser slated this moinlii.t '
lucldeiitnlly. the Maui is nbniit fo ,i I
rum old. I
YOUNG MAN'S . I
(ContltiiKd from nai;e l.)
hail hfteen years' business epei;eu i
In Honolulu.'' ,
Part of the defene was tint the land j
was Ion und li..d bten tcndeiiiiied L .
the llo.inl of Hralth ns Insanltury. sol
Unit for the icinaludcr of the exIhtlnKi
It-use It would not Lo worth the neceb- j
Fury cxi cum; of Tilling and making ban:- ,
tury. These tonsldt lallouu uic irgaide i i
ly the court im olferlng a plnuslble and I
rtasonahl) Justlllal.le motive, for wish-'
lug and securing an evtcnr.lon of thuj
lease for t lie time, but not wan-ant'.n;, I
the defendant In tnklng an unfair ad
vantage of tho plaintiff or In drllim
an uiKonsrtonnblc baigalu with him.
It bail been urged and it set me. I posil
hie that the taxes on the land whit b th-
plaintiff was required to pay would b'-
tore the evpliatlon of the 25 veals ii.''
greater than the rent received.
"The conclusion Is inevitable," the
court sayb after quoting authority fo.'
the principle Involved, "that the de
fendant did ubuse the confidence plat
ed In him by the plaintiff and tt-ok ad
vantage of the Inlluentp he everted
over tin- plaintiff to obtain a bargain
greatly to bis Inteicst and moth against
the Interest of the plaintiff, and thai
this tontinU so obtained ought In
canity und good conscience to be can
celled and ni'iiulled. The decree ap
pealed from Is affirmed."
The propel ty in question In sltuited
at Ilher street in the midot of so
called thlnutown. Hull has fo- some
time been und i the eoiitrnl of a
upendthilft tnis', which '" -ecently
tiled without j. all to have judVlullj
Edward Reported to
Have Had Paralysis
London, June 21. King Kdwntd Ii.ih
totupletely recovered Ids health nn!
lias now uunnged for thu court to it.
turn to London on Monday.
The most circumstantial of the re
ports conc.rning the Kings health Is
the following, tne authority lor which
is named us being "a personage In at
leudnnce on His Majoty":
'Tor months past tho health of the
King hns been far from good, ami the
strain Imposed by prepaiatlons foi the
eoionatlon culminated a weuh ago In 11
severe nervous breakdown. Thin was
mllowed on Tuesdaj last lay a stroke
of paittlysls. On Snttitday lust the
King, against the advice of Dr. Laklng,
declared himself to lie able, and in
tended Hid military review; at Ablet
shot. During that aftetnoou his .MaJ.
siy tomplalncd hi a henduthe and -n
vveaiiness, lint lio lein.sed to retire. I.a
tei In tho ev.-nlng a serious toTiapsi
.uetilal und ph alcal, lollowed.
"On Sunday tho King remained in
lied, and on Monday he had so far rt
uovored that he wa3 able to bo taken
to Windsor, reclining upon an Iniprj
vised enucli In a closed cairlage. lb.
medical attendant toll tousldeiablt
anxiety on nciount ol thu twitching ot
tho muscles ot the loco. Tills synip
torn continued on Tuesday morning
nnd was followed after noon by 11
slight stroke- or painljslu of the lolt
"Further complications have been
avoided thus far. The King takes
dally Olives In a closed canlage. and
no present opinion of his ndvUers Is
that It will bo ciisplblu for him to un
dcrgo the ( 01 oiiatlon ceremonies on
London, June 22. King IMward's
liealth was announted to lie good, -it
iVInibor Castlo today, and this 11101 n
yig the King nttentled divine servlc",
accompanied by otliei members 01 tin
royal family. Tula evening lie enjued
1 carriage dilve through tne itijnl gar
dens ol Windsor Cnctle, In a clooid
'irrlago. The court will nnlvo '.i
Hutklughnm I'nlaco tomoitovv, hefoiu
luu. heon time.
Thu Evening Bulletin, 75 cents rt-r
We hne some left, liow-t-"i-
so better come early
If you want one.
We have Hit ni. some plain
white enamel and others
with brass trimming; sides
open out so you tan put
them by your bed.
They are tho prettiest
erlbi made and prices are
FURNITURE CO,, Limited
GOLDEN RULE BAZAAR'S
HEW BOOK LIST.
If I Were King, by Justin McCarthy.1
"The lurk o tne Moon," by S. H.
"The Mustery of the l'liclfic," by A. It.
"Dorothy Vernon of Ilnddcm llnll." b ,
Clias. Majors (author of "When'
Knighthood Was In flower").
"Tho lllnzvil Trail," by S. hi. White.
"Xcme Hut the Iltave," liy II. Sears.
"The Kenton." by W. I). How ells.
"The Sti oilers.' by I'. P. Isham. ,
"The Magic Wheel," l.y John Strangq'
"Tlie I'oun.ls of the naskervlllos," by j
Co no 11 Doyle.
' The Woman Who Dared, ' by L nch.
"A House Tarty, ctlltcti Cy Paul I.cl
The above 1110 only n "SAMPLE
LOT" ot v.hat may bo found on our'
I56 Holtl Stat
New York Dental
Tho high class of work turned out at '
tho New York Dental Parlors every
day counts and moro pcoplo nro realiz
ing that they tan get better work and
lower prices than anyvvhero else.
Kucli department In charge of a spe
cialist and our operatots aro graduate
dentists oi tho best-rccognlzcd schools
In tho L S. or tho world.
Wo hnvo n larger slntT than nny oth
er elentul offlco In tho city; wo havo
tlio best plate workers, crown und
, lulilgo specialists, and In fact all
! branches of dentistry as practiced by
us aro strictly up to date.
We" can bivo you money on your den
tal work Wo will tell you In ndvanco
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 Fillings 1.00
1 aiivcr runny t au
. ft ! .
wr'.ir. '"-ni H
All our Instruments aro thoroujblj
ElerllUcd beforo use.
New York Denial Parlors.
Room 4, L'll'.o Dulltl'ng. Hotel Street.
Ladles In Attendance,
Hours, 3 a. m. to 0 p. in.
Sundays, 9 a. m. ta 12 in,
Graduates ! m
Yfit need a Vacation
Mimothlne dim and solid.
thing yon can wear all during your
outing, suitable for walking, lid
Ins or biking: we have these In
three grades, 53.50 $4.50'and $5.00.
Any of these you will find full of
comfort stb and lots of wear
Ants do. If given the Antollnc
treatment. Greatest success
attends use ot this newly dls-
covered nnt extermlnntor. if .
., . ,. .,
the pests use It once they ncv-
cr do again.
In tho pantry Antollno Is
In valuable as it is not a poison
but has the desired result.
Stili in JJie Field
E. C. ROWE
has started In business again now nt
550 KING STREET, TERRITORIAL
BUILDING, where he Is prepared to
,Jo PAINTING and PAPERHANGING
I In all Us branches, nnd will bo pleased
to sco nil of his old patrons, as well
1 aB new ones. He has no connection
with any other shop.
550 KING ST.
P. 0. BOX 293.
corrected list ot
ll you are using a I.ewers &
Cool.e dlur.v. call nt their offle
and get u t-ciiiectnl lint of
Fire Alarm Boxes .
to Ini e the pint,- ol tin- old list
LEWERS & COOKE,
j M. P. BERTELMAN'S
( I 6 - M O V B D
To rear of old aUnd. Kntrsr.-c. o
King street Orders left at cither rioi
or office at John Notf store, Klat
street, will receive prompt attention
1 E. W. JORDAN
litis, Just received ex.
"ALA.TEDA" 11 full lino
of the celebrated
AIho a lilft
i "PING PONG1' GAME 3
Ctimo early nnel hhvo
s No 10 Store
J. H. FISHER
Stock and L'ond Brokers.
riKE ASSOCIATION, of PhlljdelpW
WESTERN A8SURANCE CO, f X
ronto. Offices Stangenwald 3ldB M
ehint gtrect. Tel. Main JM.
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NAME OF STOCK
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t'si ItntlHon Co
lljLttmun Cftm &SuCp
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Konomu Sufrir Co ...
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Hlk-i Surtr Co
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K'iliulj Suc.r Co ...
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OlaaSu. Co. I'l, )
OlaaS.it.n In fjep.
Plauhati Su, l'ln Co
Paciric bucar Mill
Pala PUrii ion Co ,
i'fr-k'i s, eir Ct
PkiMtr Mill Co
Walalua Atri C
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Wilier 1(famhlD c o
1 Inttr-l.'anJ Steam N C-
nawallan 1 .to. t ,i
Hon Pari! T M Co
Oahu Itv & L Co. . ,
Hawaiian tiov 5 per cent
Mao kt" it r" rnt
Hon Papli Tr.ntlt
fcwa Plantat n 6 rr r tent .
cmj k a i. co ref c
Oahu Plantation e. p c
Olaa Plartallon 6 p, c.
W alalia Aftrlcul. 6 p c.
t-'al.-H -17 II. It. T. & I.. Co. $.'.. 10
II It T. & I. Co.. JU',; 20 II. It T. fc
i. Co. $,,.. so II. It. T. & I.. Co. $05;
tdtn atsersalde. J3.7.1. lo Olaa,
id up jr'7.
HU1I.AM) TO HU CARDINAL.
.Sew York .Tunc 22 - A brief Sun ca
ble irom Home wivx Mgr. Ireland will
b made a Cardinal at the Papal con-
iliil III Deeenibei
Vtekly edition of the Bulletin $1
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