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EVENING BULLET"V, nONOLULtT, II. T., WEDNESDAY, JULY 2, 1902.
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Hawaiian Iron Fence
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A LARGE VARIETY
Something New, make big nolte
Toy Pistqlsand Caps
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. Wrlto for
Photo Supply Go
HAWAIIAN ENGINEERING AND
ENGINEERS AND CONTRACTORS,
Rooms 508-510 Stangenwald Bldg.
Tel. Main 50. P. 0. Dox 537.
P. H. Burnette
Agent to Grant Marriage Licenses.
Notary Public and Typewriter.
Real Estate, Insurance, Collections.
Office, 79 Merchant Street. Honolulu.
Treasury Warrants Discounted.
Magoon Bldg., Merchant 4 Alakea Ste.
Office hours 9 a. m. to 4 p. m.
and Monumental Go.
176-180 KINQ STREET.
Two persons for ten days
Three persons for ten days
Four persons for seven days
Four persons for ten days
them cheerfully sent on
LEWIS & CO.
1060 FORT STREET.
240 TWO TELEPHONES 240
When the stenmer Alameda
arrives, Saturday, we can sup
ply our customers with fresh
Resides the fruit will bo other
delicacies such as
CAL. COCKTAIL OYSTERS
CAULIFLOWER, CLERY and
fresh HORSERADISH. The fol
lowing fancy cheese:
FROMAGE DE BRIE,
H. MAY &, CO.
The Popular Grocery.
Senator Stewart, who has been In
Washington for many jears, has nn old
negro retainer who comes around twice
a week for some money. Ho made hla
legular Wednesday call. The Senator
gavo him a dollar and said:
"Jim. I'm getting tired of this sort
of business. You are an able-bodied
man. Why don't jou go to work In
stead of living on my charity?"
"'Deed, boss," said Jim, icproach
fully, "ou ain't the kind o' man to bo
asklu' mo to go to wuk now, Is you?
Why. boss, It's too hot to wuk."
"Well." asserted Senator Stewart, "1
haen't Been you work In the winter
"In do wlntah. boss?" in great as
tonishment. "Why, boss, you nius' be
crazy! It's fah too col' to wuk In il
In a few days Honolulu will ho able
to boast of a new Seamen's Institute,
the Initiate v to starting it bong taken
this time by the members of tho Eph
The new Institute will have Its head
qtiaitcis in the same place, whuo the
old place In cnarge of A. I'tank Cooke
used to be. at the corner of Nuuanu
and Queen streets. nboe tno store call
ed the "Red front."'
A conpln of )"ears ago a Seamen's
Institute was started In this city nnd
ran along for some time doing very
good work until it finally was given up.
prouhbly because of wnnt of support.
The Idea of starting n new institution
of this kind originated n few months
ago when T. Cllve Dnvies summon! d
n number of the most prominent mem
bers of the Episcopal Church to meet
at his residence to discuss the matter
At tills meeting Bishop Nichols was
present. He Is connected with the
seamen's Institute In San Francisco
and spoke wnrmly In faor of nn Insti
tute Lelng re-established In this city.
He also offered to send over from San
Francisco one ot the men connected
with the Institute of that city to tako
charge of the work here.
For some time, nothing further was
heard of this matter until F. W liar:
well-Everton arrived from San Fran
Cisco to establish an institute In this
city. Sine ehls arrival, an Impetus has
been glcn the plan nnd the opening
of the Institute nnd the hall has been
scheduled to ta.he place some day next
week. At present painters arc nt work
on the hall getting It In leadlticsB for
An artistic and very enjoyable musl
cale was held at Miguoii " Ilcrctnala
street, last evtnlng by the pupils of
Mrs. Montague-Turner ami others.
Most excellent woik as done, tdiowlnt:
the painstaking care of Mrs. Turner
anil conscientious work of the pupils.
A duet for ladles' volccr was well
rendered by lilts Lverson nnd Miss
Stella Love from Rossini's opera "La
l'almira." These ladies also rcudcrcl
In an artistic manner two operatic
Valentine's song in "Fnusi" wns ren
dered by Lot Kaulukou with lino tuna
and expression. Mr. Knulukou ulsr
sang ' A Hose in Heaven."
Mr. Wlchman added greatly to the
success of the evening by his singing
of n ballad. Mies Dairy Cooke ga
Strcleskl's "Dreams," with a sweet, true
tone and Charles Ficzler contribute'!
a mandolin solo.
"The "Star of Loc" by Mrs. Mon-fague-Turner,
with violin obllgnto by
Will Love, concluded the most satis
factory program In a mo't satisfactory
The nccompanlrt of the evening was
Mrs. Frank Atherton who nlwnys ren
ders everj thing she plays with so much
precision and artistic expression.
Light refreshments concluded the
DAMAGES IN C0ST8.
Judge Humphrejs has signed tho de
cree dismissing the bill of Injunction of
Sun Kvvong Mail Company against
Walklkt Land & Loan AMoelallon,
lames McKec nnd Honolulu Hupld
Transit & Land Co. It nwnnls costs
together with attorney' feet, to bo paid
by the plaintiffs as followb To tho
II. It. T. k L. Co . $7Sj. to W L. & L.
A.. $3T.50, nnd to McKec. JJUI. This
Is a total of ll.'oD.SO.
Judge Hollnson suttnlned the demur
ter of plaintiff to the pita In bar. In tho
case of John U I'aiiBvs. 1 Alfred Ma
goon, administrator of the estate, of
Antone Fernandez, debased, nnd al
lowed defendant to nm-nd hie ple.i In
bar. The hearing is continued until
tomorrow. Ily a stipulation confirmed
by Judge Humphrejs, who assigned
the case to Judge Robinson, tho trial
will be held at the coming special term
and the evidence of M. F Scott, taken
last March, will be admitted as turns
crlbed by the stenographer.
'TISHtt AGAIN COIJUtCTED.
Inthls morning's Advertiser appears
the following statement:
"The ense of Knnlnlu vs Kalal, suit
to set asldo a deed, which lias been
raging before Judge Hoblncon for over
two weeks came to n sudden stop yes
terday after the case wab thought to
have bin closed. It will piob.ibly b
necessary to try the wemlsomo suit
for the second time. After both sides
had closed their case jesterday morn
ing and .bath attorneys were ready for
argument. Attorney Peterson offered
to the court three deeds of tho property
In (liiestion, conveying the land from
the defendant to her thrfe children.
The deeds were df ted n few days prior
to the commencement cf the suit."
Attoiney Peterson called in nt this
ofilte today and stntcd thnt tho Uecda
icferred to by the Advertiser wcro dat
ed nearly three years previous to thu
commencement of the suit and that
they were on record, facts that tha
court reporter should have known.
MISS CLAUK BACK.
Miss Gussie Clark returned in the
Zealandln yesterday lifter n two months'
stay on the Coast during which time
tho joting lady attended Henld's busi
ness college for the purpose of taking
special work. She resided In llerkelcj
during her two months' absence. Miss
Clark sajs the Coast Is nil very well
but that she Is more limn glad to be
back again on the soli of Hawaii.
D. K. Kan aha, the native who was
tno complaining witness In the case
against II. Hartman. X. G. Campion
and Hen Gallagher Satuiday, was un
able to stand the successful termination
ot Ills suit and started out on a grand
sptee which ended nbiiiptly jesterday
when he was gathered in by tho police
In the Police Court today, defendant
was fined $10 and costs on the charge ot
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Head "Wants" on page 8.
Moftilto proof room for tent Sen
ad page S. I
Young lady desires room and board
See ad page 8.
The place to get pure Kona coffee Is '
at C. J. I)a) 's grocery. 1
Mlis Home will not receive on i
Thursdays during the months of Jul; j
A competent bookkeper having .paie
time would like extra set of books to
keep. See ad page 8.
Bunting decorations of tho Capitol
front for the Fourth were begun to n
put up this forenoon.
The Ilrltlsh ship Yola, Captain Pen
cculk, sailed for Vancouver at S o'clock
this morning to discharge the balance
of her Liverpool cargo.
In the I'ollce Court this forenoon,
Juanltn and IsabcTin, two Porto ltlcan
WcMien, were sentenced each to n term
of three months on tho charge of va
grnncj. The steamer Lchua, Captain Naopa.
la, arrived In port from Molokal ports
at 1.30 o'clock this afternoon. Sho
went Immediately to the cattle wharf
to discharge her living deckload.
The next meeting of the Huckeye
Club of Hawaii will be held nt the resi
dence of .Mr. and Mr. II. It. Williams.
Richards street, opposite Central L'nlon
church at 7:30 o'clock Tueiday evening.
Two barkentlncs got away jesterd.t)
the Oeorglna for Port Townsend nnd
tho Irmgard for San Francisco. Tho
Irmgard did not "striko the trough it
the sea outside," as stated In the Ad'
Tho pardon granted by President
itooscvelt to Castanha, sentenced for
distilling llQUor, Includes remission of
the fine as was supposed likely when
the telegram ordering his release from
prison was received.
The Honolulu Golf Club has post
poned Its games which were to have
taken place on the Fourth of July as
the Scottish Thistle Club picnic crowd
will occupy the grounds at Moanalua
where the games were to hnvo taken
J. O. Carter, guardian of the Hard'o
minors, has had his petition granted
to expend $r,oo of tho principal for
bending Kdward Julius Hardee to an
institute for stammerers In the vac.i
Hon of Kamchnmehn Schools, whgro
thU minor Is a pupil.
Among the arrivals from Kauai ports
In the Mikahala yesterday wore the
following: Q. W. Camion, Miss M.
Mobsman, Miss Tlncklcr, -dr. nnd Mrs.
W. O. Wells. Miss A. Dush. Miss
Stewnrt, J. J. Uclser, C. Gay, J. Ilucn,
C, Ulakc ami II. A. Jaeger,
This being the day appointed for the
consecration of the Ulshop ot Honolulu
holy communion wag celebrated In St.
Clement's chapel nt 10-30 o'clock this
morning, when special prayers were
offered for God's blessing on tho now
diocesan nnd tho work entrusted to
Among the passengers booked for
San Francisco In the Zealandla, sail
ing at 4 p. m. tomorrow, are the fol
lowing: .Mrs. W. H. Goctz. Mr. and
Mrs. C. C. Nutting, W. A. Baldwin, J.
H. Meyer. Brother Felix. Ilrothcr Al
fred, Miss Hasmussen, Mrs. Andrews
nnd Miss How land.
II, lUrtman appeared In the Police
Court thi4 foicnoon on the charge ot
malicious Injuiy In connection with the
recent assault on I). K. Knvvaha. He
was represented by Attorncj Crclghton.
A motion to continue the cane until
Saturday was granted. The charge ot
larcenj in the second degree against
Haitman will come up at thu same
Since on nccount of tho Scottish This
tle Club's picnlr on the Fourth of July,
It would lie very ill Mien It to bring the
clans together to form a cricket team,
the return match between tho Scotch
men and the Ite3t of tho World team
has been postponed. A game between
teams picked by the captain and the
vice-enptain will probably be played on
tho Mukiki grounds on Saturday after
noon to tako tho placo ot tho match
ASSAULT jVITii KNIFE
In the Police Court this foicnoon
Florcno Andlno, Manuel Moial ami
Kama Martins, thrco Porto Hlcans.
wcro committed to tho Circuit Cou't
on tho charge of assault and battery
nn a Japanese at Ivvliel some nights
Tho complaining witness, Ills head
wrapped In bnndnges, told a most dam
aging story, particularly against Airli
ne, w horn ho accused of being tho ono
who' mndo tno direct asbuult upon him
with tho butcher knlfo that was Intro
duced by tho piusccutinn as ovldcnco.
It seems that tno Porto Hlcans enter
ed tho huuso of tho Jnpaneso and, aft
er mnklng free with overj thing In tho
house, liocnmo angry bcciiuso tho latter
remonstrated Andlno took n Unite out
of hlii pocket and lic'svi to carvo tho
raro of tho Japyioso. while tho others
beat and kicked him.
Martins Is nn old Jall-hlrd, ho having
served a term In the Llhuo (Kauat)
Jail on tho chargo of larceny In tha
F. M. Ilrooks nppeared for tho prose
cution and I. i. Kaulukou for tho de
Tho Iieals.nl Dramatic Troupe had a
very successful rehearsal In the Opera
House Inst evening ami everything In
connection with the entertainment for
Fourth of July night is progressing
most fnvninbly. Tho last rehearsal
will be held tomoirow (Thursday)
There will be n number of very
cntcliy local sketches on tie program
and tho Wnrbuw Hros . late of tin
World's i:ntertnlnera, will do a number
of comical muulcal stunts, Tickets nro
going well and a very pleasant evening
Sunday Bulletin, $1.25 per year.
We have some left, how
ever, so better como early
If ou want one.
We have them, some plain
white enamel nnd others
with brass trimmings; sides
open out so you can put
them by your bed.
They are the prettiest
cribs made and prices are
FURNITURE CO, .Limited
GOLDEN RULE BAZAAR'S
NEW BOOK LIST.
-If I Wcro King, Iiy Justin McCarthy.
"Tho Dark o' tne Moon," by S. It.
"Tho Mastery of tho Pacific," by A. II.
"Dorothy Vernon of Haddon Hall," by
Chas. Majors (author of "When
Knighthood Wns In Flower").
"The Illazed Trail," by S. K. White.
"None Hut tho Ilrave." by II. Sears.
"The Kentons," by W. D. Howells.
"Tho Strollers." by P. S. iBham.
"The Magic Wheel," Iiy Johti Strango
"The Hounds of tho Baskcrvlllcs," by
"Tho Woman Who Dared." by Lnch.
"A House Party," edited Iiy Paul Lei
The above aro only n "SAMPLE
LOT" of what may bo found on our
156 Hotel Street
New York Dental
Tho high class ot work turned out nt
tho New York Dental Parlors every
day couuts nnd more people nro realiz
ing that they can get better work and
lower prices than nuywuero else.
Kach department In chargo of a spe
cialist and our operators ure graduate
'dentists oi tho best-recognized schools
In tho U. S. or tho world.
Wo havo a larger staff than any oth
er dental office In tho city; we have,
tho best plate workers, crown and1
bridge specialists, nnd In fact all
branches of dentistry as practiced by
us aro strictly up to date.
We can sjve ou money on your den
tal work Wo 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 Fillings 1.00
Sliver Fillings 50
BI Kfe2.aB '
All our Instruments nre thoroughlj '
sterilized betors use. I
New York Dental Parlors,,
Room 4, Elite Building. Hotel Street, j
Ladles In Attendance. (
Hours, 8 a. m. to 6 p. m.
Sundaya, 9 a, m. t) l'i m.
Graduates ! m
need a Vacation
something firm and solid, some
thing jou can wear nil during jour
outing, suitable for walking, rid
ing or biking; we have these in
three grades, $3.50 $4.50 and $5.00.
Any of theso jou will find full of
comfort. stjle and lots of wear
Ants do, If given the Antollno
treatment. Greatest success
attends use OT this newly dis
covered ant exterminator. It
the pests use It onco they nev
er dp again.
In tho pantry Antollno Is
Invaluable as it Is not a poison
but has the desired result.
Honolulu Drug Store
Still in Jlie Field
! E. C. ROWB
has started In business again now nt
550 KING STREET, t TERRITORIAL
j BUILDING, where he isoepareil to
do PAINTING and PAPERHAJJGING
in all its branches, and will be plcvsed
to sco all ot his old patrons, as wll
as new ones. Ho has no connection"
with any other shop.
550 KING ST.
P. O, BOX 29S.
corrected list of
If you aro using a Lewcrs &
Cooko diary, call nt their offlca
and get a corrected list ot
' Fire Alarm Boxes
to tako the placo of the old list
LEWERS & COOKE,
M. P. BERTELMAN'8
16 - MOVED
To rear ot old stand. Entrance e
King street. Orders left at either tkej
or office at John Noti's store, Klat
street, will receive prompt attention.
1 E. W. JORDAN I
lins Jut received ex.
"ALAMEDA" a full line
ot the celebrated
Also a big choice In tho
PING PONG" GAME
Como curly and suve
be I nft disappointed.
No 10 Store
J. H. FISHER
Stock and Bond Brokers.
FIRE ASSOCIATION, of Philadelphia
WE8TERN A88URANCE CO, f 33
Offices Stangenwald Bids MO
chant Street. Tel. main Ilk.
HONOLULU aTOCK GXCHANdB
Honolulu, JLI-Y i, too
NAME OF STOCK
I Clonal U-
C. Brtwir At Conrmv
1.8. Km It Co., Ltd
Bit PlintitlonCo ... '
Hawallin Con Su Co I
Hawaiian Sugar Co ...
Hononu Surar Co ..
Honohaa Sugar Co .
Haiku Sucar Co
Vahuku Plantation Co
ttlhtl Plant Co, ttl, ..
upanuiu augar e.0 ....
Coloa Sugar Co . ...
O.riu Surar eo .
Ookila Sugar Plan Co.
OlaaSu. Co, U), nl
OlaaSuCo Lt rJup;
Piauhau Su, I'lan Co
Pacific Sugar Mill
Pala Plantation Co
Vffetkeo Si gar Co
Plonr Mill Co
Walalua Agfi Co....
T 50,000 j
Wlma MM Co
Inter-ltUnl Steam N Col
MwiMn hitctric Co
Hon RarlJ T A L Co
Mutual Telethon Co
Oahu Ry & L. Co
Hawaiian Gov per cent
H1I0R RCo 6 percent
Hon Rapli Transit
Ewa Plantat n 6rereenti
ni . . . -. :
warm kslw per c
Oahu Plantation 6pc
Olaa Plantation 6 p, c
waiaiua Acricui. ope
Sales 2000 O.
I.. Co. bonds,
; 2H I'anuhau,
$tfll. 50 Kahuku,
It Is ftom thiK says the Now Vorlc
Sun tnht he makes tho undervests
which rcsUt the pasagc ot a bullet ot
sword He Is willing at any time to
make tests of his Invention, and thoso
which ho has undergono have shown
that bullets would only leave d gray
spot where thej struck nnd then ra
STOCK AND BOND BROKER.
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANQE.
Orders for tho purchase or ial at
stocks and bonds carefuly and prompt,
ly executed. Loans negotiated.
Office Room 401, 4th floor. 8tanan
wild Bldg. Postolflce box 390; Tele
pnone Main 331.
Halstead & Co., Ltd
MONEY ADVANCED 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. 0. Doz 553; Te) Dlue 71; Room
e, Sprecko's BulldlUf.
Fort Street 3