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EVENING nULLBTTN, UQNOIAfLU, JT.TT SATURDAY, JULY Ik 1902.
The Right Lamp
at the Right Price
market for the price. They
give a strong and steady light
and perfect satisfaction.
Hawaiian Iron Fence
TELEPhONE MAIN 287.
WW- if '
Simplicity, durability, speed niul
manifolding power aro conceded to bo
the four great essential! In n typewrit
ing machine. Wo present to tho pub
lic THE OLIVER as tho latest and
most striking embodiment of these
features, and tho most radical depart
ure from other methods of construc
Other things being equal, durability
follows as the result of simplicity.
Thero Is not a small, frail bearing In
tho machine. There are no fine Joints
to bo alfected by wear. The best ma
terials obtainable, combined with good
construction, aro added to tho simplici
ty of this machine, thus making ltd
durability a forcgono conclusion.
If In need of Typewriter Supplies of
any kind, such as Cabinets, Stands,
Paper, Ribbon, Carbon Paper, Oil,
Copy Holders, Erasers, Brushes, or any
other accessory, call on us and we will
chow you the BEST goods for the
WALL, NICHOLS CO,, LTD.
jou can get pictures with the
"AL VISTA" CAMERA
that cannot bo equaled. Loads
In daylight with films. Takes
pictures any slzo. Call and sen
tho Instrument at
Photo Supply Go
HAWAIIAN ENGINEERING AND
ENGINEERS AND CONTRACTORS.
Rooms 508-510 Stanpenwald Bldg.
Tel, Main 60. P. O. Box 637.
Treasury Warrants Discounted.
Magoon Bldg., Merchant ft. Alakea 8ts.
Office hours 9 a. m to 4 p. m.
THE DANDY LAMP
$2 00, suitable for
any style of rl.
These lamps burn
kerosene and are
well known as the
lamps on the
Ltd., Merchant Street
and Monumental Go.
176-180 KINO STREET.
Two persons for ten days
Three persons (or ten days
Four persons forseven days
Four persons for ten days
Ask for them cheerfully sent on
LEWIS & CO.
1060 FORT STREET.
WHEN YOU GOME
s. & w.
aro tho best In the market Look
for the label on the can and In
sist on getting S & W. goods.
H. May & Go,,
THE POPULAR GROCERY,
82 TELtlMIONUS 4
Motor Carriage and Machine
REPAIR AND BUILD
ALL KINDS OF : :
8afe Work of All Kindt.
Etc, Etc., Repaired
UNION STREET, near Hotel.
Phono Blue 721. P. O. box 112.
J. W. 8CHOENIN0, Manager.
Send the weekly, edition of the Bui
li'n to your friends. Only $1 a ar
NOME FORT (if
SHIP MAY HAVE
MET WITH DISASTER
Anxiety Growing od the Waterfront
-Eighty-Five Days Out of Port
Pirie, Australia, In
Whether she Is laborious!) nuking
her wa) to port or ulietlier she le be
nenth the waters of the gre.it Pacific
the American ship Fort George Cap
tain McClure. eight j -Am- da)s out nl
Port I'lrle In ballast for Honolulu, Is
exeltlng grne fc.m In the minds ol
To be sure the .se Is In ballast
and high out of the water, If she lie
afloat, and time should be allowed for
a cssel In her condition but this fact
docs not do awoj with the Impression
which Is fast gaining rtnngth along
the front that th good ship has met
with disaster In tome way and, If bIic
does not soon put In an appearance, she
Is llkcl) to be glwn up as lost.
Vessels arriving from Australia In
j the last month or two have been mak
ing fine trips, from thirty-eight da)s
up, and It seems strange that the 1'uit
George. een though she be in ballast,
should not Iirue nrrlved here a month
None of the stcamthlps coming here
from Australia hac reported the Port
George and no sailing vessel Iihh sien
an) thing of her.
An experienced nnvlgntor, speaking
In anxious terms of the uon-appe.u
ame of the Port George said thli
morning "In m opinion she has nut
with disaster. Captain Mi dure, real
izing that he was away behind time
and anxious to get to Honolulu, prob
nbly crowded on more mil than wax
wife with a ship high out of the wulei
In ballast He may hne carried this n
tittle too far for snfet) and the essel
may have been toppled over b) a mid
den squall The Fort Guirgc has been
out n ery long time considering the
good runs that haxe ben made teientl)
b) c8aels coming from Australia Ol
course, she mn) be nil right, and I hop
she Is. but I must lay tent I would not
be surprised If nothing was ccr again
heard of her."
Vessels now about due from New i as
tic with co.il are the Amerltan sihoonei
Honolulu. Captain Etokkeb)c, 17 d.i)e,tu lie between J, II. Kisber. A G. M
out, the Hritlsh bark Aeolus, Captain j
Uorreson, 45 da)s out, tho Amerliuu
schooner Prosper, C'aptnin Joliannsen
bound for Kuhulut, 4'J ciys out. and the
merlenn barkentlnc J L Stiinfonl
Captain MolleMend 42 clnyn out It Is
possible that one of then- essels mn I
hne some news of th oteiiltie I'oit
There Is the possibility that the oer
due ship has passed Honolulu h) unci
Is een now lu port nt Sun Pranilsio in
elsewhere on the Coaht Until the Ho
nolulu waterfront hens something
definite concerning her whereabouts
shipping men ilinnot help but feel
somen hut anxious.
While much anxiety lb felt for the
Foit George there are imiairous watei
fromeis whu'ilo not lock for the shlji
for n louplc of weeks yet.
"I will gUc hir a hundred da) 3.
said one of thfe shipping men this
nioinlng "Slie ma have been all the
wuy from ten to thlr'y da)s clearing
Newcastle aftter the lft Port Pl.lo.
Then she may be on the way beie b
the eastern route, b) Pit ulrn Island. II
she took this route he' p-ogress would
be slow at this time o' th )car. and It
must be remcmbTe 1 ,l t she Is In light
The following bttn has been le
.elvcd by T Mctunts Btewuit. w ho
ectntl) withdrew fn ai tho Hepuldliiui
Honolulu, H T., Tul) 7, 10J.
r. MeCantH-Stuwnrt Emj ex i:eiutlvo
Committeeman, Fifth LifctilU.CIt)
Deal Sir- In ntetptlng )our reslg
lallon fiom the general and Hxviutlvo
Committees of this party, the commit
ee dliett me to advise )ou that they
lo so with sincere regret, appieelat
ng the earnest and zenlous wotk )ou
lave done for the tarty both In and
jut of the Committee end Hunting thnl
lltliougli )ou absolutely retire from
lolllkal activity for tho present Hint
he party will not permanently lose
oiir aggresblvc ahd able lounsel In
In acknowledging )Our wish that the
lepubllenn part) may bet nine at no
llftnnt day the majority part) and
nay continue long In pnpulai favor h)
ilwa)s making elmracler and tupuclt)
its only test for advancement In pally
council, nnd for tho promotion in tho
itibllc service and by always adinluls
crlng the affairs of tho government
partially, honestly and iionomleal
')'," permit me to wish you continued
iuccess and prosperity
Yours very truly.
J. I). AVIIIIY.
Many tevert; cases of burnB from
elliilold have beep reported
Aldtn Elc trie "llflt
pensnrv '; quiranteed
all llicvuntlve proper
les of the expensive belts now sold b
loctnrs an J drugii 's, It elves a vcr
tionc current uf eltctrkltv itid Is eallv
tgulateJ. Bound to supersede others. Cam,,,,,, ()l , ,., ,me,
ie had from tlie undersigned only; no, . .
...ni,. .it. -,.... ri-. ..i .- . i. .J
cents: no dlsfnunt. f.lri nl.ir fru Adilrrss
Plerco lilccti'lc Co , 2o3 Post St., Sin
Fmi. lco Sent free to Hawaii lor S.OO
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Chapter III of "The Opium Cache on
Maul" tells, among other things, how
Dan Cupid shot a random shaft and
wounded an amateur smuggler. Read
next Sunday'e Bulletin.
The place to get pure Kona coffee Is
at C. J Day's grocery.
Gentlemen, refresh )oursclvcs at tha
First National Saloon.
Mall for the Coast wilt be taken b)
the stenrnshlp Pirn on Weflnesda)
The Amtriinn barkentlne Kllkltat
expects to get away for Pugct Sound
In ballast toda)
For baby carriages and sewlne ma
chines and stupes and safes, call on
Holfschlaegcr Co., Ltd.
Tim steamship China will arrite
fiom San Francisco on Tucsda) next
with fhe days' later new a of the out
The Olobo NnWgatlon Co.'s steamer
Tamplio Is duo from Seattle wltTi a
large general cargo tomorrow or Mnn
Li a Tomn & Co.. Ltd. 33 King strei t
have nnothir lot of new cigars from
Manlla.These ilgarH were taken from
tlie Custom House today
Lmejoy A Co. advertise some of the
best liquors In the market nnd nolle It
family trade Their Manila Anehoi
brand of beer Is specially rei unintend
ed. The personal effects of Frank More
iKiiinill. Toi nnles, both deceased will
be sold b) .las. Vj Morgan on Tuesdn)
.Tul) loth, at n n. m., nt his sales
Shortly before noon the steamer Kl
nati, from 1 1 1 to and way forts win
sighted twenty miles off SI ( Is ex
pected to dock between 1 10 i nil 2
large auction sale of groierles at
the I'nlim Food Co 'm warehouse bi
lug I lie bnlanie of the stock of the
Wsi'.l Inglon .Meriantlle Co on Wed
nesday .Inly H.lli, nt 10 a m Jas 1"
Morgan, nut tlnneer.
The pulpit at the Methodist iliunii
will be oeiupled tomorrow morning ly
Hev W I) Westenclt. and In the even
ing by Itev W. H. Illcc A lordlal In
vitation Is extended the genual public
to attend these Bin Ices
A meeting of the Territorial Cetitial
lonimlttiu of the Itepubllian Pdit) will
mitt In headquarters tonight foi tho
purpose of considering the resignations
of John C. laine and W. .1. Coclho and
of attending to other business whlili
has i nine up since the lust meeting
The choke fur the chairmanship seem
Itobertson and A. !..(.'. Atkinson,
I MS TO 1Y
Pastor i: S Miickle) of the Chrli
tin ti Chun h In his pupc r t nit)
todn) Iiiih the following, among otlcr
Interesting iti.tnx !
Mrs, Steele nnd her fnmil) who have I
been visiting her ttlsleifc. Mis Monsni
rat and Mrs HalsteaTl. oxpeit to It live
the 2fllh ior their lionie In Kentiut.)
We hnve almost lomo to think of them
belonging to us hole, and legiet to si e
them go We uuileiKtnnd Judge mid
Mrs. Gulhrnlth leave also on that date
for tin li trip l the Htntes.
Ve guess that ver) lew noticed il
but by one of those slips of the pc lid III
Hint we don't know how to account fin.
we nnnounieil In last week's Unity
that "Mi and Mrs. Sly" would tmik"
theil' home nt i:a mills. Of ionise,
vve ineiint In sn) "Mi unci .Mih Kin
lie)." Of one thing we are leitulu .11
the leieinouv we did not make Ml.
Klline) promise to obe) his wife Nor
did we ninlu his wife pionilsn to obe)
GARS ON Hi oTllT
j At 5 "0 oi lock this nioinlng the
ver) 111 t cai of the King stun c tcu
1 "" ,f '1? ''lld Transit Co fiom Ala
uil tn Foit sin it wrih st.uteil op It i
way nnd thmuvhuui the da) nut, havr
been running at riguhii Intel vuls ol
ti n mlniius
When the Hist en went over the ex
tension. It was found the work hud
been so well done tlmt tin re was u most
delightful smoothness In the limning
of It. Theio hud lice u no tiial tilps
Indeed, theic was no need of any. 'lhe
track la)lng on the braiiclus uf tin
Itupld Trantit Co bus been reduced ti
n si lenic both us to act nine) anil spied
nnd ci tlilu t; goib along smootlil;
There ate three lais on the Kill-;
strtvt line with two snltihes on .vhiili
to pass It takes about II minute lo
make tin run from town to the 'i 'klki
mad and I'i minutes me clveu feu
each nir at each terminus.
The Kallhl ecus leachlluTli' lain
on Al.ipal street tin n down toward
King and iiisscngcis ale trausfciied on
to the iurs from town linnsfers will
be given bad; and forth fiom all tin
A PLIIA8ANT 8URPRI8U.
A ver) pleasant surprise was given
Miss Geitriule l.utted at her Ilium1
"vVnlklkl lleaeh. Friday evening, on thr
occasion of her birthday A mandolin
nnd guitar serenade was one of tin
main fintmcx. This was followed h
dancing, nnd, altogether, n Jollier and
happier lot of joimg folks would have
hei'ii hard to Hud. A dlspla) of pnpei
lailooim and IliewoikH and refieHh
ineuts completed the plensuies of tin
evening The puit) bloke up in tin
v ee hours of tin inclining
I (ill; Vivian Itleliaidson of the
Wa ii Winks Hill urn icpoits that tin
I I .it i ii nts of wnlei lutes have thus far
in i u ii little slow el than lu Jiiuuiii)
I'mlpis are about the same iih this
liiiie last voai Mr lilc luudsoii antic 1
p.iK's a i null ui the lllli and lJlli tin
"'le J"b Printing at Hie Bulletin of
Points of the
One of the points of superiority over
other book loses Is that the doors op
erate on roller bearings and cannot
The Gunn Sectional Book Case Is tho
only system In which a broken glass
i an be replaced by simply unhooking
the door In alt other makes tho books
must in removed and the casu taken
nt lie 1) apatt. Como and seo It.
Coyne Furniture Co.
PROCESS BLOCK, FORT STREET.
GOLDEN RULE BAZAAR'S
NEW BOOK LIST.
"If t Were King, by Justin McCarthy.
"The Dark n' tno Moon." by S. It.
"The Mnster) of tho Pacific," by A. IL
"Dorothy Virnon of Hnddon Hall," by
Chas Mnlors (author of "When
Knighthood Wns In Flower").
"The lllazed Trail," by S. H. White.
"None Hut the Ilrnve." by 11. Scars.
The Kenlons," by W. I). Howclls.
' The Strollers." by P. S. Isham.
"The Magle Wheel." by John Stranga
"Tho Hounds of tho lliiBkcrvllles." by
"The Woinnn Who Dared," by L)nch.
"A House Party, ' edited by Paul Lcl
tester Ft nl.
The nbcivo aro only a "SAMPLE
LOT" of what may bo found on our
156 Hotel Street
New York Dental
Tho high class of work turned out at
tho Now York Dental Parlors every
day lOiintB aud nioro people aro realiz
ing that they cun get better work and
lower prices than anywhere else.
Hath department In charge of a spo-
ilallst ami our operators aro graduato
dentists oi the hcst-rccognlzcd schools
In tho U. S. or tho world.
We have a larger start than any oth
er dental office In tho city; wo have
tho best plate workers, crown and
bridgo specialists, and In fact all
brunches of dentistry as practiced by
us aro strictly up to date.
Wo tan sivo )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 15.00
Gold Crowns 5.00
Bridge Work, per tooth 5.00
Cold Fillings 1.00
Silver Fillings 50
All our Insiiuments aro thoroiubl,
sterllUtd before uso.
New York Dental Parlors,
Room 4, lCIlto Duildlng. Hotel Street.
Ladles in Attendance,
Hours, 8 a m to 6 p. m.
Suudaja, 'J a. ni. t3 H m.
t q) vjBJKjjt'L
when unpreposseslng shoes for
men were the rule, the name of
"HANAN" was known to all
dealers In men's footwenr as
something linked with artistic
To this dav. HANAN SHOES
are known for their elegance, su
perior material, and perfection
Toda) we show )oti tin "STU
DENT'S" BALMORAL, a shoe
built on comfort lines
Ants do, If given the Antollno
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.
You can get the best fiom us
and nt the lowest prices no
matter what kind jou want, Jan
aneso or Chinese matting.
Beamed or seamless matting,
we have It and In gieat variety
Wo sell it In uii) quantity by
the )nrd or by the loll. Fino
soft matting for upholstering,
LEWERS & COOKE,
Still in the Field
E. C. ROWB
has started In business ngnln now at
550 KING STREET, TERRITORIAL
BUILDING, where he Is prepared to
do PAINTING nnd PAPERHANCING
In all itu branches, and will bo pleased
to see all of his old patrons, as well
as new ones. Ho has no connection
with any other shop.
650 KING ST.
P. O. BOX 293.
Design your own ledgers, cash
books, etc. If you pre undecided, we
will help you. That Is In our line and
the PIIICB IS HIQHT, at the BVEN-
liB JuHt received ex.
"ALAMEDA" a full line
o the celebrated
Also ii big
PING PONG" GAME
Come curly nnd hiivo
No 10 Store
J. H. FISHER
Slock and Bond Broken
FIRC A880CIATION, of Philadelphia
WESTERN A88URANCE CO, X
Offke Stangenwald Rldf Mo
chant Street. Tel. Main 162.
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE
Honolulu, JULY 12, 1901
NAME Or STOCK
I I'll J up
Z. Brtwtr It Coneinv
NS SicMPO Co.L'1
L B.Krrfc Co., Lll
b pianmion to ... ),ooo,ooo
HawalUn Com ftSuCoi t.jtf tso
HiwilUn Sujir Co .. ooo.coo
Honomu Sufir Co ' tjo,ooo
HonokitSucar Co . 000,000
Htilm Suftr Co . . j joo.ouo
Kihuku Plintatlon Co $00,000
inti rum o ,na, 1,0
Ctpibulu Suf tf Co 11
ColnaSucirCo ... ...( joe.ooo
McDry3iSuCo.,L4 ' ,v,ooo
unu sutir t-o . 1
CHonii SuttrCo 1.000,000
Ookat Sujrtr Plan, Co yw ocol
""!! " lea
Ull St). Co . Ltd . ail
OlaaSuCo Li J pJupf t $0000
PaauhiuSu I'lin Co
Pacify Sugar Mill
Pala IMantt'lon Co
rkeo Si c' Cc ...
Pioneer Mill Co
Walalua ACrt Co
Walme Mill Co. ..
Intrr-Utanl Steam N Co
Hawaiian tlectrlc Co
Hon RarU T & L Co
Mutual Telephone Co
Oahu Ry & L Co
Hawaiian iov $ rf cent
M1I0K RCo 6 recent
Hon kapli Trantit
Ewa Plantat n 6 fe r cent
Oahu U h. L Co per c
Oahu Plantation 6pc ,
Olaa Plantation 6 p. c !
Walalua Atr'cul 6p c
STOCK AND BOND BROKER.
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANQK.
Orders for the purchase or sal. oi
stocks and bonds carcfuly and promtl
ly executed. Loans negotiated
Office Room 401, 4th floor, SUngtn,
wild Bldg. Postoffice box 890; T.I
phone Main 331.
Halstead & Co., Ltd
MONEY ADVANCUD ON SUGAR
921 Fort Street
TEL. MAIN 133.
A. C. LOVEKIN,
STOCK AND BOND BROKER,
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE,
403 Judd 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
F. O. Uox 663; Tel Dlue 791; Room
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