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EVENING BULLETIN. HONOLULU. II. T., TUESDAY, JULY 8. 1902.
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you can get pictures with the
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ENGINEERS AND CONTRACTORS,
Rooms 508-510 Stangenwald Bldg.
Tel. Main 60. P. O. Box 537.
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them cheerfully sent on
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-label cm the can wben you have
-had somo fruit or vegetables
Hint are really choice?
Look for the Inbcl
s. & w.
This name stnnds for quality.
You will always find S. & V.
goods to be choice, and wo guar-
antee them. Money bade If they
are not satisfactory.
Don't ask your gioccr merely
for the best. Ho will glvo you
tho best he has, of course. Ask
for and Insist on getting S. & V.
H. IV1AY& CO.
The Popular Grocery.
Motor Carriage and Machine
REPAIR AND BUILD
ALL KINDS OF : :
Safe Work of All Kinds.
Etc.. Etc., Repaired.
UNION STREET, near Hotel.
Phone Blue 721. P. O. box 112.
J. W. 8CHOENING. Manger.
Send the weekly edition of the Dul.
I"n to your friends. Only $1 a ar.
In the Police Comt Ihu morning IHn
worshippers of U.livi ,t lepnslted dig
usunl offering of 2 Ah Tat. Knknl.
Hlhla (w ). J no. Mtnclurn and Ah Luna
woio fined 15 for LUny on promise
where 7-11 wns plnved
The case against F.-ed. Vnrcrrcy mid
Ellsn for adultery v.. it. nolle pios'd.
Juan tioaradl tw.i wan fined $23 for
fornication while the rr.sn In the case,
Jno. Sllvela, forfeited his hall.
Hakuno. the Japanese woman win
thot a native hoy with an air gun last
Sattnday. was committed to the Cir
cuit Court. HatMiro testified that sho
was trying to talie the g .n away from
the hoy when he hlm'flf hy accident
pulled the trigger.
F". II. lllnckhurn. who nntwerrd to thn
charge of heedltee driving had his case!
continued till July !. Biaiknurn Is thn
man who drove over Cc Hawes yes
terday. V. K. Kalelk-ila charged with
nssault and battery en Mm Halclkuln.
and Yin Look, charted vlth nssault
and battery, had tfailr n. continued
Hosn Dins and Emma Saffcry. Ixith
charged with disobedience to their pa
rents, were reprimanded and discharg
ed. Rosa nnd Emma hnd continued
their Fourth of July celebration till
this morning when they were arretted.
They arc very penitent
Paris. June 18. Ir 'inrnault. who
Inoculated himself with tuberculosis
virus from an Infected animal to test ,
l'rof joch's assertion that bovlno tn
berculosls will not Infect human be
ings, says that he most carefully re
frained from Introducing any contami
nated matter Into his vein. If the ex
periment results In tuberculosis then
l'rof. Koch's statement will be disprov
ed. If It does not so result he will In
ject virus Into a vein In his finger,
which will be amputated if contnglon
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He has felt no effect in tnc tlrbt len-
ty-four hours since he wns Inoculated. nll. While In port site lias neen un
tie expects It will l. two or thro dergolng sonic Blight repairs to her
weeks before the tffe't of tho expeii-1 machinery.
ment will show. The meeting of the Boaid of Direr-
In describing his jell-inoculation Dr. tors of the Y. M. C. A., which was tu
Oarnnult says he first bHatercd Tils left
forearm over a siinee cf twelvo snuaio
millimeters about tn ifttlmeters bc-
low the elbow. He scraped off thn
skin ot the blister, whl-h produced n
slight effusion of bloou. Then he ap
plied to the w-our.d tie pounded
glnnds of a cow- which the nuthoiltlcs
hnd seized hecnin-e if was suffering
A poultice of the pounded glands
which were reduced to a pulp, wns
maintained In contact with tho wound
hy means of bandages for two hours.
The remainder of the pounded glands
wns taken away to Inoculate gulnen
pigs. Four doctors weie witnesses of
Dr. Gnrnaiilt's act, but took no pait in
If this experiment does not succeed
Dr. Gnrnault will place himself lu the
hands of Dr. Theobald Smith of Bos
ton and Dr. Baumgarteu of Tublnquen,
to make all the experiment they think
proper with cult-ires of bovlno tuber
CROWDS SEE BOAT OFF
Continued ficm pege 1.)
Lcfoie the pnn"er.tcrr iiuie to their
brtakf.ut. This v.,., ill lit
No patoenger x Isifci th- captain nor
asked him to renin 'he placard and
no other sign. "God Save the King,
or nu thing else. wat. put up In lu
place. There wat abscl it!y no 111 feel
ing manlfented or. th uhlp between the
Americans and L'rlt sherH on the
Kouith of .Inly. Untlsheis npprei luted
the fact that It v.tu Amei let's hollda).
If It had been a Brltlnh holiday the
o.i loon would have worn the lliltlsh
colors and feultnble mottoes would
doubtless have tuktn the place of th
American legends. '
Pew pahtengeu iculil he found who
had teen the motto. "Independence
Forever" and thuc wero none who
snw "fioil Save the King," for that Blgu
wns never In sight.
said one of the thiough passengers,
an Cugllehman. "IVe K-rtalnly did not
expect to bte 'God Sae tho King' pl.i-
carded In tho t,aloon on America's day
of Independence nnd no such Hlgn ap
peared. I. for one. should assuredly
not have felt annoyed .it tho sentiment
'Independence roicu.V had I seen li
pasted on the minor, for It wan tho
Fourth of July. It It all tonunyrot
you know, this attempt at making III
feeling between the Brltlsheis unci
Americans, for no such feeling exists.
unless It be among the vulvar classes.
I'm sure that America feels very deep
ly for England while the King Is 111 j
Just as England felt tor America when
Piesldent McKlnley's life was In the
halnnce. I wat much grieved by the
story In the Advertiser this morning
nnd I'm tine every benslhle English
man und American aboard thn bo.it
was exieedlngly vexed at the silly
"It was a beattly thainc," sulci an
other Britisher, while still others char
acterized the article as a nasty fib,"
The Dr. f- Aldc-n Eln-tric "Belt'
I fu-lth sus- CS. tf? nensorv 's pimr.intpi-d
to possess v all the ..uratlve propo
ses of the espenslve belts now sold by
doctors and aruERl 's. It gives a very
stiont- current ot rlfctrlcltv nnjlsei'llv
regulated. Bound to supersede others. Can
he haj from the unJc-NcneJ only; nn
irents; no discount, f -Ircul ir free. Addrc-s
Plereo Electric Co . sort Post St.. Sen
Fr-.iro Sent frre to Hawaii lor SH.fiO
LOCAL AND GENERAL
The plnce to get pure Kona coffee Is
at C. J Day's grocery.
Gentlemen, refresh yourselves at tho
first National Saloon.
Attorney II I). MrCl.itrihan left Tor
llllo In the Klunii today
Laige consignment of tub-linn . ailildo
for gas lamps at E. O. Hull & Poll.
Mr. and Mr. A. I). Baldwin nr
hooked for Knhuliii In the Claudine
sailing this afternoon.
I'or baby carriages and sewing ma
chines and stovcB and safes, call on
Holfschlacger Co., Ltd.
Corns and Ingi owing nails success
fully treated without pain. Dr. Bogle.
Oregon hlock, Hotel street.
Locomobiles are faster than hacks at
the same price. They are on coll at
regular rates. Tel. Blue. 2132.
The Sonoma Is duo early tomorrow
morning from San Francisco with (He
days' later mall and newspaper flies.
Cnptnln lltokaw was a p.ioscliger for
llllo In the Klnnu today. He U on n
combined business and pleasure trip.
The Kcvvnlo ditch system will h
I finmtilnf A.I nt jm 1.Aintif1 t It a ai f
' r",'' '. '.., J "
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prlatlon of (L'.'.OOO,
J. Martin Miller, a correspondent
who visited Hawaii In lhDS Is the au
thor of one of the new hooks on tho
The Itev. A. V. Soarcs. Dr. Armltage.
1 C. Baldwin, J. A. (lonsiilvcs. I.. A
Bartlett nnd J. E. Gannon leave this
afternoon In the Clnudlnc for Maui
The Mauna Loa wns an hour late In
getting away for Kona nnd Kiui port
today, sailing at 1 o'clock. Her largo
freight delayed her. Tho Klnnu sailed
for llllo and wny ports at 12:30 o'clock.
I Among the passengers leaving for
I Lahalnn. Manlaea, Kona and Kuu porta
I lu the steamer Mauna Loa at I o'clock
,,,, afterlloon wt.ro w. C Crook. lllsj
I'nnnle Leslie. Miss Ackermau und tho
Ilev. G. L. I'corMjn. Cecil Brown and
wife, Dr Herbert. Judge Slanlej. Dr
Augur, and Mr. nnd Mis. G. K Wilder
were among those who left tor llllo
and way ports In the Klnnu at noon to
day. The United States I'lsli Commission
steamship Albatross expects to sail
this evening or tomorrow on a three
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' "ln' " "- '"" " ""'i
uup "ecu held last niglil, illcl not taku
l"a,' "- was not u quorum prcs
At tho next meeting of the board
an examination will be made of Ihu
, i Association building to ascertain uheru
icpairs are needed.
Hon. S. M. Damon, the Itev, A. Mack-
i Intoili. L. A. Thurston, It. V. McCIiom
1 uey, the Mlstes Afong, Mrs. I-'. II. Mo
I Stocker. Dr. .1. S. Bishop, wife and four
children. Mrs. .1. I). HpreckeU nnd C.
A. Park and wife were among the pas
sengeiH lent Inn I" the Ventura for San
I Francisco this inclining.
I Although Ihele have mil bVen any
further applications m.ide for bpaco In
the .Merchants' I-'alr building, numer
ous Inquiries hnw been made by In-
tcicsted parties, and It is expected, cm
account of tho evident Interest display
ed by the business community, that
during the next few dn numerou-t
applications for spneo will bo handed
TEAM FROM EACH ISLAND
FOR MERCHANT WEbK GAMES
Chillineworlh Das Taken Bold of
the Project All Islands Have
Good Teams Maui Has
1'iesldint Chllllligwciith of the I!;im
ball League hn Minted In lo Mcure an
nlci -Island h.ihcb.ill b'-i I'-b In the city
during .Mcich.intii' Week. The suggen
tlou Wrs made this inoiiilng und Mi
(.lilllingwortli lmmedl.ite.ly look up
with the Idea and ptomlxed the pro
motion committee to do his best lo
secuie u team ficiiu each Island lo tnki
pail lu a scilcs of guinea.
.Maul ought tu be ahle In bend u team
to Honolulu that will give the local
tinjK all they want to do The t-erlc
of games now helng pl.i.wd at Well
I'uik is developing koiuc very good
plavcis und uttinctliig ntteiitlon
thioiighoiil the Ibland.
llllo .iltu has a liaselull team of no,
small ability. Us lecord agaliibt thej
.Mauhiiii. on the Eleventh of June was
not iih batlsfuctory as lis hupportcrti had ,
hoped, but given time for prepaiatlou I
the llllo boys can put up a stilt game.
Finally. Kuiul has the making ot t
u representative team fiom among the
players of Koloa and Walmca. A very
exciting game was plaed lecenlly be
tween the Walmea and Koloa teams I
and the Koloa bovs are now seeking a1
return game. A nine picked fiom the
ulayera of Kauai could certainly hold
Its own In Honolulu. The Interest tu
baseball throughout the Islands Is so
marked that an Inter-Island contest
would certainly attract patronage and
prove u big drawing card,
The Meichnnts' Fair committee at a
meeting held yesterday afternoon dis
cussed tho arranging of entertainments
and sports to take place during that
week Chairman Helm reported that
he had urianged with the railroad otll
ciaU that visitors to this city could
tiavel to Kahuku and way points at
the regular excursion rates.
It Is not often that Mainland w.iteri
contribute special stories to the Hono
lulu newspapers, hence "The Quest ol
Love," written by Edythe Lewlj
Sclimltt. one of the regular contribu
tors to "The Smart Set," will prove tin
more Interesting in next Sunday'; Qui
We have somo left, how
ever, fo 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.
They nro tho prettiest
cribs made and prices aro
FURNITURE CO, .Limited
GOLDEN RULE BAZAAR'S
NEW BOOK LIST.
"If I Were King, hy Justin McCarthy.
"Tho Dark o' tne Moon," by S. It.
"The Mastery ot tho Pacific," by A. M.
"Dorothy Vernon of Hnddon Hall." by
Chas. Majors (nuthor ot "When
Knighthood Wns In Flower").
"Tho Mazed Trail," by S. H. White.
"None Hut the llravc," by II. Scars.
"The Kenlons," by W. I). Howells.
"The Strollers," by V. S. Isham.
-The Magic Wheel." by John Strange.
The Hounds of the Daskcrvllles," by
t'oniin Do le.
"The Woman Who Dared." by Lynch.
"A House I'aity," edited liy Paul Lei
The above aro only a "SAMPLE
LOT" ot what may be found on our
156 Hotel Street
New York Dental
The high class of work turned out at
tho New York Dental Parlors every
day counts and more peoplo nro realiz
ing that they can get bettor work and
lower prices than anywboro else.
i:ach department In chargo of a spe
cialist and our operators aro graduate
dentists oi the best-recognized school
lu tho U. a. or tho world.
Wo hnvo a larger staff thnn any oth
er dental office In tho city; we havo
tho best plato workers, crown and
bridge specialists, and in fact all
branches of dentistry as practiced by
tis are strictly up to date.
Wo can sive you money on your den
tal work We will tell you In advance
exactly what your work will cosl 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 are UiorounMj
sturllUed beforo use.
New York Denial Parlors,
Room 4, Hlllo Ilulld'nn, Hotel Street.
Ladles In Attendance.
Hours, 8 a. m. to 8 p. m.
Sundavs, 9 a. m. to 12 m.
You need a Vacation Boot,
something firm and solid, some
thing j on can wear all during Jour
outing, stiltnble for walking, rid
ing or hiking; we havo these In
three grades. $3.50 $4.50 and $5.00.
Any of these ou will find full of
comfort, stylo and lots of wear
SHOE STORE !!!
Ants do, It given the Antoltne
treatment. Greatest success
attends use ot this newly dis
covered ant exterminator. If
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.
StiU injthe Field
E. C. ROWE
has Btarted In business again now at
550 KING STREET, TERRITORIAL
BUILDING, where he Is prepared to
do PAINTING and PAPERHANGING
In all Us branches, and will be pleased
to 8co all of his old patrons, as well
ns now ones. He has no connection
with nny other shop.
550 KING ST. P. O. BOX 293.
corrected list of
If ou are using a Lowers t
Cooke dlarj. call at their offlej
and get a coneeted Hat of
Fire Alarm Boxes
to take the place of the old list
LEWERS & COOKE,
t-I. F. BERTELMAN'S
18 - MOVED
To rear ot old stand. Entrant-
King street. Orders left at either sao
or office at John Not" store, Klat
street, will receive prompt attention.
1 E. W, JORDAN 1
- lwt Junt received ex.
3j "ALAMEDA" a lull line 3
- oj the celebrated
I corsets I
- AIhci ii lil(5 choice In the -
"PING PONG" GAME
y- Come curly and nave
jp- bclnij disappointed. -Jh
: No 10 Store 3
5- Fort Street 3
j. h. fisher
Stock and Bond Brokers.
FIRE ASSOCIATION, of PhllidtlpMft
WESTERN AS8URANCE CO, tf Xfr
Offices Stangenwald Bldj, Me
chant Street. Tel, main lit.
HONOLULU iTOCK EXCHANQB
Honolulu, JULY 8. icjoi
NAMC oi stock I pjfi"
C. Bftwer & Company
L.B.KtrrfcCo., Ltl .
C Plantation Co ...
Hawaiian Sugar Co ...
Honomu Sugar Co . ..
Haiku Sutar Co .....
Cahuku Plantation Co
Kthtt Plant Co .Lli, ..
Klpahulu Sutar Co
KoIai Surar Co . ..
n.t... c. ...
Ooktti Sutir Plan, Co
OI Su. Co., Ltl., ill
OUi bu Co. Ltl rdupf
Pliuhl'l Su, Plan Co
Pacific Suj-lf Mill. .
Prl' S Rtr Co .
Plonetr Mill Co
Wililui Arl G). ..
Wilmea Mill Co
Wlldtr Slumthln Co
Intr-Ilin4 Sl im N Col
wa,,n (.ininc 1,0
lion. Uijll T. & L Co
Mututl Tlfrhnnc Co
Oihii HytiL.Co. .
I $0 0
Hiwiilin ciov rr ctni
tton Icirll Trinslt .
El PUnlil n e ftr ctnt
uina k & l eo fire
Oihu Ptinuilon 6 p c .
Oln Planlitlon6 p. c
Wililui Acr'cul. 6 p. c
Sales SU Mi-llr(li $3
STOCK AND BOND BROKER.
HONOLULU 8TOCK EXCHANGE.
Orders for the purchase or ltl ot
stocks and bonds carcfuly and promt-
ly executed. Loans negotiated.
Office Room 401, 4th floor, Stangeik
wald Bldg. Postofflce box 390; Tele
phone Main 331.
Halstead & Co., Lid
MONEY ADVANCED ON SUGAR
921 Fort Street
TEL. MAIN 133.
A. C. LOVEKIN,
STOCK AND BOND BROKER,
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE.
403 JucJd Building:.
P. H. Burnette
Agent to Grant Marriage Licenses.
Notary Public and Typewriter.
Real Estate, Insurance, Collections.
Office, 79 Merchant Street, Honolulu.
Fred. L. Waldron
P. O. Dox CC3; Tel Blue 71; Room
e. Sprockets Bulldlic
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