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EVENING DULLETW, nONOLtJLTT, H. T., THURSDAY, JULY 3, 1902.
Hawaiian Iron Fence and Monumental Go.
H. E. HENDRICK, Prop.
TELEPHONE MAIN 287. 176-180 KINO 8TREET.
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HIGH GRADE VEHICLES
Wo hnvo the most complcto and up-to-date line of HIGH
GRADE VEHICLES on tho market. Unsurpassed for Newness
of Design, Elegnnco of FlnlBli and Durability.
COME IN AND SEE THEM.
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Tun norenne fnr fan rlauc
i nu pbiouiit) iui ion uujo
Throe persons for ten days
ruur peisuns iui seven uays
Four persons for ten days
Ask for them cheerfully sent on
A LARGE VARIETY
8omethln New, make big noise
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 scopu of nearly
Uses films and loads In day
light. It Is a wouder. Wilto for
Photo Supply Go
LEWIS & CO.
1060 FORT STREET.
2) TWO TELEPHONES 240
When the steamer Alameda
arrives, Saturday, wo can sup
ply our customers with fresh
HAWAIIAN ENGINEERING AND
ENGINEERS AND CONTRACTORS,
Rooms 608-510 Stangenwald Bldg,
Tel. Main 60. P. O. Dox 537.
P. H. Burnette
Agent to Grant Marriage Licenses.
Notary Public and Typewriter.
Real Estate, Insurance, Collections.
Office, 79 Merchant ,eet. Honolulu.
Treasury Warrants Discounted.
Magoon Bldg., Merchant & Alakea Sts.
Office hours 9 a. in. to 4 p. m.
Besides tho fruit will be other
delicacies such as
CAL. COCKTAIL OYSTERS
CAULIFLOWER, CLERY anil
fresh HORSERADISH. Tho fol
low Ins fancy cheese:
FROMAGE DE BRIE,
H. MAY & CO.
The Popular Grocer)'.
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KINO OF MARCUS
IS ABOUT TO SAIL
Japanese on Guano Island May
Object to Schooner Whalen's
Crew Going Ascore--Captain
L'sssH I Wyff rF't' II II
xDefore the Marcu Itland fertilizer
trade Is firmly established some Inter
esting developments may be looked for,
unless things go more fmoolhly than
Is now expected by those Interested.
On Monday there will be a meeting
n the members of the company own
ing the schooner Julia E. Whalcn.
brought down from San Francisco bv
Captain A. A. Roehlll tho other day.
The result of this meeting will deter,
mine the course of action to be taken
In the matter' of starting business on
the far-away ipeck In the broad Pacific.
At things arc now, Captain Roschlll
expects to be ordered out of heic on
With a Hawaiian and Samonn crew
aboard, and a white mate, to sav noth-
l Ing of plenty of provisions, Captain
uoseiiiu expects to gnu direct tor .Mar
cus Island and there se-ure some four
or five tons of tamples of guano. Ho
has no idea, this trip, of procuring a
cargo of the stuff, as this would be out
of the niiestlon without facilities on tho
Island for conveying the fertilizer to tha
M'gsel. At prrstnt tho only method of
loading the guano aboard the .. aialcn
would be by the vessel's crew packing
the stuff aboard In bags, an operation
of which they would be likely to very
soon grow tired.
The first consideration will be to
effect a landing on tin lonely Island. It
Is known that A party of Japanese arc1
at pieseut on the island. In case these
Japanese should object to tho men ot
the Whulen coming ashore, Captain
icorchlll will probably immediately re
turn to Honolulu and report matters.
Ily that time, il it. thought, the cabto
will he laid bftwfen San Francisco and
this port and communication with
Washington, and with tho Orient as
well, will be a simple matter and the
difficulty, eun if it assumes something
, of international Importance, would
piobably be straightens! out without it
great deal ot trouble.
It was first thcight bcBt, In the
ecnt of the Japanese on Marcus 1st
I ond refusing a landing to Captain Hose
I hill, that tho Julia E. Whalcn should
, go at once to Yokohama, Mnnlln, or
some other'Oritntnl port in search t
an American rr.an-olwai. It was aft
erwards decided by the MnrciiB Islam)
company, however that It would bo
wiser for Captain Roschlll to return
home to Honolulu, where the affair
could be better settled and where the
i.tcn oi the Whalen would ho among
When Cnptaln Rcsehi)! was In San
Francisco purchasing the schooner ho
met Captain Pierce cf tho United
States transport Sheridan, who advis
ed him to be careful In attempting n
landing on Marcus Hland-
lt seems that th Sheridan stopped
at Marcus Island oa a recent outward
trip. Cr.ptnln Pierce wanted to cor
rect his chronometer and proceeded to
go ashore. As the boat from the trans
port neared the bench, about twenty
Japanese, carrying rifles, marched
down toward the water and ordered
the boat to keep off.
After some talk. Captain Picrco and
a J,w of the men of the transport lunil-
ed to sec what all tho trouble wai
One of the Japinette the only one
of the crowd who (-culil spak any Kng
lish. showed the cnptaln a long docu
ment In Japanese and told lilm he
'-ould not land. Th captnln could not
read the documsnt. but Informed the
Japanese that he wo lid havo' very lit
tle trouble landing everybody from the
ship If he so desired, ui.d ho pointed
toward the transport whero several
hundred spldlers were, grinning over
In view of the eiperlenco of tho cap
tain of the STierldan, Captain Roschlll
will bo careful as to landing on Mar
Several years ago Captain Roschlll
landed on Marcus inland and took pos
session In the name of the United.
States. No on' wan on tho Island at
the time. He asked for title to the
Tar.d. obtaining it but recently.
The Whnlen will piobably bo gono
about three months. Marcus Island Is
nearly 2000 miles from here, being
about 1000 mlleB to tho southeast of
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Read "Wants" on page G.
The Bulletin will not be Issued on
The place to get pure Kona coffee Is
at C.J. Day's giocery.
W. W. Hall and family have mneri
down to their country heme at the
Peninsula, there to remain for two
months or so.
The clectilc Illumination of tho Cap
ltol "111 bo produced in n lash, by
means of a gwltci attached ro a trout
W. M. Mlnton Is now connected with)
the Honolulu Investment Co. and will,
look after the real estate branch of the
business from now on,
No regular teams will be picked for
cricket this coming Saturday. Practice
will bo Indulged In and If enough men
show up to form sides a game will be
Elizabeth Gomes has brought suit
for dorce against John Comes on the
charges of failure to support, abuse,
maltreatment and the use of Indecent
There will bo a surprise for the pub
lic In tomorrow's parade by Wui. C.
I.yon. the bookseller. Watch for Ad
A general Imitation Is extended to
nil officials nnd citizens to attend the
Literary exercises In the Opera House
on the Fourth.
There were no arrests on the police
books up to 2 o'clock today. The police
believe this Is only the calm before the
storm and that tomorrow's doings will
make up for lost time.
Among tho nrrhnls from Hawaii and
Maul ports In the Mauna l.oa today
were the following: H. Adams. Mr,
and Mrs. Knmalllkane, Oeo. Dates. Dr
K. Toga nnd C. F. Clemens.
There will he a service In the Catho
lic Cathedral tomorrow morning In
memory of the wreck of the steamer La
Rourgognc which went down four jeara
ago yesterday. The mother and sister
of Jean Sabatc were among the victims,
There will be a meeting of the Ilaso-
hall League at 3 o'clock this afternoon
for the purpose of discussing the nd
vlsahlllty of having two umpires at the
remaining games of the season. Other
matters of Importance will also If dls
It Is announced by the committee In
charge of tho Merchants' fair that nu
application for allotment of space will
be received until niter 12 on the uth
Inst. This Is done so that cverjouc ex
pecting to exhibit "111 hnc nn equal
Hack 23, driven by a Portuguese.
created n little excitement on King
street at about 1 o'clock today. The
horse stumbled and fell down as the
hack came mound tho corner. A num
ber of men caught the animal, the har-j
ncss was removed nnd all came nut
beautifully, not. a cent's worth of dam
Kolopnpcla. a native, wns nrrested
Tuesday for taking taro from the patch
of anothcr-wlthout tho permission of
the latter. The rase came up In the
Police Court today but was continued
until later at the request ' of v. O.
Smith, attorney for the defendant wlu
says he has doubts as to the entire san
ity ot his client.
The Y. M. C. A. will hold Its regular
Sunday afternoon meeting at Camp
MeKlnley ut ' o'clock next Sunday. V.
W. Rider will bo tho speaker. The Y.
M. C. A. u few weeks ago held one of
Its outdoor meetings at the camp and
was received thero with such enthu
siasm that It was determined to hold
these meetings quite often at that
You need a 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 And full of
comfort, stylo and lots of wear.
J. H. FISHER
Stock and Bond Brefcea.
FIRE ASSOCIATION, of PhfCnftfeafc.
Western assurance co, t
Offices Stangenwald tdj, Nc
chant Street. Tel. ixfa lit,
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE
Honolulu, JULY I, iotx
NAME OF STOCK I f 3f U
We have some left, how
cwt. so better como early
If you want one.
We have them, somo plain
white enamel and others
with brass trimmings; sides
open out so you can put
them by your bed.
Tho"y are tho prettiest
cribs made and prices are
FURNITURE CO., Limited
Ants do, it given the Antollno
treatment. Greatest success
attends use oT this newly dis
covered ant exterminator. It
the pests use It once they nev
er do again.
In the .pantry Antollno Is
Invaluable as It is not a poison
but has the desired result.
! Still in the Field
E. C. ROWB
has started In business again now at
550 KING STREET, TERRITORIAL
BUILDING, where he Is prepared to
do PAINTING and PAPERHANGING
In all its branches, and will bo pleased
to seo all ot his old patrons, as well
as new ones. He has no connection
with any other shop.
That the waves of light p-odtice a
mechanical pressuie, or push, was
claimed years ago by Maxwell, hut lis
made ,no experiments to prove his the
oi y. Experiments of that kind have
been recently made, however, by Prof.
Lebedow of Moscow, who nsej u ia
diometer somewhat resembling the
Crookcs Instrument, with Its revolving
vanes. His device, however, has a larg
er and more completely exhausted bulb,
from which Is excluded the heating ef
fect on which the movement of tho
Crookes vanes depend. When the light
falls on the vanes they are driven be
foie It, and the pressure thus icveal
ed conies within 10 per cent of that cal
culated by Maxwell. Tho effect Is In
proportion to the energy of the light,
and Is wholly Independent of Its col
or. Sunday Bulletin, $1.25 per year.
THE GOVERNOR'S TURN.
Former Governor Hoge Tyler of Vlr
S'nla, whose term e-xplied In Decem
ber last, was ctpe hilly gencious In
granting pardons For many of them
he derived much pleasure In the grati
tude of the unfortunates and often re
ceived mnterlal for an nmuslug story.
One of these he tells was of a negro
from Richmond, ronvlcted of somo
tllbhl offense who bud conWnccd tho
gcnernor that he had been sufficiently
punished and who was accordingly
granted a pardon. The pardoned pris
oner's younger brother learned of his
lelvase before the ex-convlct could
reac!iJipmc. and rushed to tell their
muuitr trio Kvuu news.
"Oh. marnmle." he cried. "Rob's dun
got out and 's mos' beuli now."
"Illess re Lawd!" exclaimed tho
mother. "Hut how'd ho git out? He
ain't dun busted out, Is he?"
"Nav.', mammle. Do guv'nor Jlst slnt
down an' axed lilt pardon nnd told him
to go home." Nuw York Sun.
RUNNING DOWN THE OTHER SIDE
When I hear a mnchlno agent trying
to win a customer by claiming all kinds
of defects atout his competitor's goods,
It reminds mo of n neighbor lady whoso
sister had just given birth to twins,
She said: "Well. I wnnted you to em
ploy a homeopathic doctor, and this Is
what you get for culling In an allopath,
Next time you will listen to me."
Somo one writes tho following to
the Coast Seamen's Journal, Horn Ho
Editor Coast Seumcn'H Journal: A
few Incidents hao bnppvncd In this
port woith notice. The German bark
Paul Ucnbcrg left Honolulu about
May 9, nnd two men Jumped overboard
while nlic was tow Ing out. Ono ot
these Vas able to swim to the wharf,
but t.Yi other would have drowned had
ho not been picked up by a fisherman
While In port all tho mens clothe
were Inken ft and locked up. Of
course, somo will say that a thing like
Oiat could not happen on board, on
Amerrtan ship, but how about this
Tho American ship Arthur Sewall
uhlpped n crew hero anil, tho las't nlht
tlongslde the wharf thero was a police
ofllccr wntch tho forecastle door, and
when sho towed out tho crew wcro
locked on tho Inside. When n thing
lllio that happens on board un AiiicrU
ran ship In an American port, under
the American flag, here Is tho sailor's
freedom? If that Is not fdnvery. well,
I don't know what Is. A fino thing to
Induce our American hoys to seek a
livelihood somewhere else, where they
will not bo Heated llleo slaves.
An Obsencr on tho Waterfront.
Honolulu, II. T.. May 14, 1302.
GOLDEN RULE BAZAAR'S
NEW BOOK LIST.
550 KING ST.
P. O. BOX 293.
-If I Wcro King, by Justin McCarthy.
"Tho Dark o' tno Moon," by S. It.
"Tho Mastery of the Pacific," by A. R.
"Dorothy Vernon of Haddon Hall," by'
Chas. Majors (author of "When
Knighthood Was In Flower").
"The lllazed Trail," by S. K. White.
"Nemo Hut tho Urnve," by H, Sears.
"Tho Kentons." by W. D. Howells.
"Tho Strollcra." by F. S. Isham.
"Tho Muglc Wheel." by John Strange
"Tho Hounds of tho Haskorvlllcs," by
"The Woman 'Who Dared," by Lynch.
"A House Party," edlteu b'y Paul Lei
Tho above aro only n "SAMPLE
LOT" of what may be found on ouri
corrected list of
If you nre using a Lewers ft
Cooko diary, call at their office
and get a corrected list of
Fire Alarm Doxes
to ta1 tho place of the old list.
LEWERS & COOKE,
C. Brtwir k Cosirnny.J
l.u. ttrr t u us.
fei Plintitlon Co ...
nawtiun uora.a au uo.
Hononu Sugar Co ....
Haiku Surar Co,...,,
tahuku Plantation Co. I
Kfpafiulu Suf ar Co..
Koloa Surar Co
0hu Surar Co,
tionti Surar Co
OoVala Sujtar Plan. Co.i
uiaa nu. io.. Ltd., ai i
Olowitu Company .
Paauhau Su, Plan. Co.
Pacific Sugar Mill. ...
PalaPtanta'lonCo . .
Pfperkro Si gar Co
PlonmMllI Co .
Watalua Agri Co.
Walmca MlilCo. . .,
Witir Sttimthln Cn
Intcr-Ulan StfamN Co
Hawaiian tirctric Lo
Hon. Rarli T ft L. Co
Mutual Tf If phone Co
Oahu Ry & I. Co . . .
Hawaiian riov t per cent
HiloRKCo 6 percent
Hon Rapli Transit
Ewa Plantain A rar cant
uanu k a l o per c
Oahu Plantation 6pc .
Olaa Plantation 6 p, .
vraiaiua Agr'cui. o p, c.
Holiday Notice No cnloii tnamr-
row, July 4.
A young Pole, Jan Sicicpanlfc. ht
Invented what he says Is a bulUt prani
cst. which is maio entirely of silk.
and so thin and light that it may ba
worn In place of the regular paitmrot.
He hit upon the idea hy exptrimiraUnc
with rnw silk, until he HncreecsuX in
weaving a thread of cxtraanllnary
strength nnd toughness.
STOCK AND BOND BRQKES.
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHAfVaC
Orders for tho purcha or tte at
stocks and bonds carefuly ac prow-
ly executed. Loans cotJxaii......
Office Room 401, 4th floor. Btans
wild Bldg. Postoffle box M; YM
phone Main 331.
156 Hotel Street
DON'T BELIEVE ALL YOU HEAR.
"I congiatuhte you on the fine recep
tion which I heard you weiu honored
with out in Indiana," some one icccnt
ly remarked to Senator Fall banks, wno
has Just returned from the Republican
contention In Indianapolis.
"That reminds me," said tho Senator,
"of an old but always true story. In a
Sleeping enr a man was snoring most
loudly ami nobdy else In the car could
sleep. Finally It was decided to
awaken htm and compel him to quit
snoring or stay awake. So, after much
difficulty, he was aroused.
" 'What's the trouble?" ho asked.
"'Your snoring keeps ever) body In
the car awake and It hns got to stop.'
" 'How do you know I snored?" ques
tioned tho disturber of the peace.
" 'Well said the man who snored
as he turned over to go to Bleep again,
'don't belletc all jou hear.' "Pitts
When you get Into a tight place, und
cerythlng goes against you, till it
seems us if yon couldn't hold on a mlu
.,in inn"r povcr glvn tin then, for that
Is Just the place and time the tide will
tuin. Harriet Heecher Stowe.
New York Dental
M. F. BBRTBLMAIVS
J Carpenter Shop
To rear ot old stand. Rntrane .i
i King street Orders left at either saoi
; or office at John Nott's store, Klzt
stre.t, will receive prompt attention.
Halstead & Co., Ltd
MONEY ADVANCED ON 6UGAA.
921 Fort Street
TEL. MAIN 1U.
A. C. LOVEKIN,
STOCK AND BONO BROKER,
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE.
403 Jucld Building:.
Fred. L. Waldron
P. O. Box 553; Ye) f)fto Xlli Boom.
a, BpreckeJs Bulldri.c.
The high class of work turned out at
tho Now York Dental Parlors every
day counts uud more pcoplo aro realiz
ing that they can get better work aud
lower prices than auy whero olso.
Kadi department In charge of a spo-
clallst and our operators aro graduate
dentists oi tho best-recogutzed schools
In tho U, S. or the world,
Wo havo a larger staff than any oth
er dental offlco In tho city; wo have
tho best plate workers, crown and
bridgo specialists, nnd In fact all
branches of dentistry as practiced by
us aro strictly up to data
Wo can sivo you money on your den
tal work Wo will tell you In advance
exactly what your 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
Sliver Filling 50
All our Instruments aro tboioughl)
sterilized before use.
New York Dental Parlors,
Room 4, F.llte Iiulldlng, Hotel Street.
Ladles In Attendance.
Hours, 8 a. m, to 6 p. m.
Sundays, 9 a. m. ts 12 m.
E. W. JORDAN
line, unt received ex.
"ALAMEDA" a full line
of the celebrated
Also a bid choice In the
"PING PONG" GAME
Come early and savo
g No 10 Store 3
Fort Street 3
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