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EVENING BULLETS, HONOLULU, H. T.( TUESDAY. JULY 15, 1902.
The Right Lamp
at the Right Price
best driving lamps on the
market for the price. They
give a strong and steady light
and perfect satisfaction.
G. SCBUMAN, Ltd., Merchant Street
Hawaiian Iron Fence and Monumental Go,
H. E. HEINDRICK, Prop.
TELEPHONE MAIN 287. 176-180 KING STREET.
Two persons for ten days
Three persons (or ten days
Four persons for seven days
Four persons for ten days
Ask for them cheerfully sent on
LEWIS & CO.
1060 FORT STREET.
240 TWO TELEPHONES 240
WHEN YOU GOME
s. & w.
are. tho best In tho market. Look
for tho label on tho can and In
sist on getting S. & W. goods.
H. May & Go,,
THE POPULAR GROCERY,
22 TELEPHONES 2J
H. Hackfeid& Co., Ltd,
General Commission Agents.
Cor. Fort and Quitn atr.su. Honolulu.
THE DANDY LAMP
$200, suitable for
any style of rig.
These lamps burn
kerosene and are
well known as the
Simplicity, durability, speed and
manifolding power arc conceded to be
tho four great essentials In a typewrit
ing machine. Wo present to tho pub
lic THU OLIVER as tho latest nnd
most striking embodiment of these
features, and tho most radical depart
ure from other rccthoda of construc
Other things being equal, durability
follows as the tesult of simplicity.
There is not a small, frail bearing in
the machine. There aro no flno Joints
to be nlfected by wear. Tho best ma
terials obtnlnable, combined with good
constitution, arc added to tho simplici
ty of this machine, thus making 1U
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 ua and we will
show you the DEST goods for trie
WALL, NICHOLS CO., LTD.
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. 0. box 112.
J. W. SCHOENINQ, Manager.
Fred. L. Waldron
P. O. Box 653; Tel Blue 71; Room
s, Bprecke's BulldiUf.
The weekly edition of the Evening
Bulletin Is the largest ana best pub
lished In the Territory. 8lxteen and
twenty pages. $1 a year.
NEW PARTY SETS
(Continued from I'nge 1 )
Another agent will leave In the W. a
Hnll for Knual thus afternoon.
rills genera) aetlvlty shows lh.it thrj
mean business ami they hello e that bj
helping themselves they will bring
others to their aid.
The rqmml'tee en organisation met
this mornins and started In on prelimi
naries. They will wcrk ilu and night
until their labors bnve been eeimnlcteu.
The cominittMi nprolnted ut the meet
ing last night are as follows:
Oiganlzatlon M. K Keeihoknlote,
Christian Andrews, David Ewnllko M
Kanlkaula nr.d Knlalpil.
Constitution and Uy-LnK John
lse. John Ernmeluth and A. S Jin
C A. Long Eomlnutid l'rlncc Cupid
for permanent president of the nc
party but later on amended thin tn
make the selection BUbject to the rall-
llcnllon of the convention. The I'rltii"
took the chair amid the cheers of the
hundred or more present, biijlng he
hoped It tt'mld be remembered that tho
moement was meant for all good citi
zens, Irrespective of pnrty.
It wns decided to call a muss meet
ing soon to set forth the objeeis of th'j
party, I'llaLala presided ut the meet
ing. The Democrnts met In Vaerly hall
last night with Col. C. J. McCarthy In
the chair. The sntlmcut of thosi
present was for an awnkenlng of the
party all our the Iblnnds and theii!
was a unanimous fueling that Prince
Cupid should be endorsed by the Demo
crats for the post of Delegate to Wash
A committee consisting of ('
Cornnell. Col. McCarthy nnd one Ha
waiian was appointed to he In rcndlness
to wait on Senator Blackburn of tho
commission. The ihalr was empower
ed to nppolnt a lomniittee of fifteen to
foi mutate a plan of organization of the
Democratic party of the Territory. Tho
committee chosen today, lo n follows
Charles Crelghton, Charles I.. Hhodes,
Abraham Fernandez. II J. ilossniim.
.TnliM l'fnni-f-r W H. .Inlinunn. Prniik
I Harc, John D. Holt Jr., Krcd Ten II.
K. William Holt. T H Hnjseltlen. S
C Dnlght. S. W. Sp-ncr, J. M. Cnninr.i
and F. K. Kaloa. A meeting of the
uboe committee will be held at Witver
ly llall, this evening, at 7 SU o'vloik.
The Republican tn also Hhonlng
more nitlMty and following close on
the announcement sterday of C L.
Crabbe for delegate to Washington
came the following date for the House
of Representatives Irom the I'lflli Ills
Irlct J. L. KanliiKoii Enoch Johnson.
L. L. .MeCandltss i ml Win. Olcp.iu
This of court". ' tho sljic of onlj one
section of the Rppibli'hii parly Oth
ers ate likely '.- ti lurlliroinlng fioin
time to time.
lobii K Hnn 'na 1 day took th -n:h
(is District MnpistrMt. for llnn.i, !"
fore Henry Smith v'lail. Judiciary De
partment JiTU'e Hanuna In will
l.iio'wn ameny the Hawallans. havlrj
often served In the Lgl,latui uni'ei
the monarchy. Like many eitheis, n"
stood aloof at tim of the oicr
thiov He Is an attorney and an In
lelllgent man ot his nice. Judge ll.i
nuna tuefeedt J K lcsepa, ho was
tound gnllt hy a miy at last teim nt
court in Wailtin'! I alienating the nf
fettlons of am thn wife, with da i.
ages of one Uflla t( the Injured bnt
band and ecus cf c urt. losepa after
this episode rengnul Hit maKiutiiicy
Agent R. T GunrJ of tho Matsnn Na
vigation Company left in the Klnau
this noon for Hilc Mr Guard spoku
of the i mining apouml of tho steamer
Enterprise when fbe latt left Illlo on
June 28, as follows
"The accident win-, only n small onj
and had no serlout. effects wh.itec,
When she was going out of Illlo hurbor
the Enterpi'e nn into n mud hank
nnd stuck there fi.i about twenty min
utes. She managed to back off, how
ever, and after Lt bold had been
sounded by mBr.t. of the pumps sho
continued on fctr v.y to the Coast."
OIL EXPERT ON MARIPOSA.
San rrnncU'O. Inly I. Chief En
gineer Grundell f the Standard Oil
Company s oil-l lining, oll-caiiylnj
sieanuhlp George Lotnuls will accom
pany the Marlpc .n when she sails on
July 15 for Tahiti (inmdcll piohahly
Is the best authority on tho use of liquid
fuel on this cost. By ptrmlsslon of tlm
Stnndaid Oil Company he goes on tho
Murlpom nnd will lend the Oceanic
Steamship Coiniii.it oinceis the bene
fit of his exparlti)' The Mariposa will
uae her Ii la trip otaorrow.
BOOKED TO DEPART.
Kor Maul ports jarstmr. Claudlne,
July 13. C 0. Ballentyne, wlfo and
son, Miss I.. Camden, Mlsx S. I.ovn,
HWh Lindsay, MIks D Boith, Miss it
Gaidln. Miss M. Ciardln, D. R. Oiecn,
A. V Frear. S. Kfpoiknl, V. L. BolcV;
Mrs. J E Conradt, II 0. Hnhoincn
nnd wife, .Miss J Center, Miss Mubicv,
Masters llirichlni-oii (J), Kim Eoulc,
Rov J K. Josepo Juh II. H. Kaleo iin.l
wile. Dr. E. Arrallnge, Mrs. l Ekcla
In the Police Court today David PI
iw1, chirgid with larceny In tho sec
ond degree, wbh committed to the Clr
o -It Court for trial.
M Hill NOW
LOCAL AND GENERAL
New York, July 7. Sugar Raw,
firm; fair refilnlng, 2 15-16c; centrifu
gal, 96 test, 3 5-16c; molasses sugar,
2 S-Sc. Refined steady; No. 6, 4,10c;
Q. H BerreyY money to loan
House of five rooms and bath for
lent. See ad page 8.
The barkentlnc Amelia left Eureka
for this port on July 3.
I'artj desires to purchase n good
wnttli dog. See ad page 8
The schooner Okanogan left Pnit
U.unble for this port on Jul 5.
The Alameda will resume her regular
run nnd will leave here Julj 21.
The bark Mnuna Ala. Smith, left Fan
Francisco for this port on July 1,
The hark Carrolton nrrlvcd from Ho
nolulu at New Whatcom on Jul) 2.
The schooner Mctha Nelson left
Gray's Ilnibnr for Illlo on Jul 3
Notice to creditors of Mnraeii Ko
pciia (w) deceased, appears on page s.
See F, E. King's list, under Want
column for a bargain In Beach prnper-
Notice or sale of Government lot No.
2T. block "It," Illlo, Hawaii, appeals
on page 8.
For baby carriages and sewing ma
chines and stoves and safes, call on
Holfschlacgcr Co., Ltd.
The schooner George W Wntsoii.
Captain llelllngun. left San l'ranclscn
for Mahukona on July 2.
Crjstnl Spring Butler is leiommend
ed to people who are particular Ordei
from Metropolitan Meat Co
Locomobiles arc faster than hacks at
the same price. They are on call at
regular rates. Til. Bluo 2IJ2.
The Amcrlcnn-Hiiwiillan steamer No
adan Is scheduled to leave San Fran
cisco. on July 17th foi this port
The regular meeting of tne Eagle
will be held Wednesday evening at 7 30
nt San Antonio hall. See ad paice 8.
On Jul 3 the ship William II Smith
arrived fiom .Melbourne at Newcastle,
whcie she will load for Honolulu.
Thomas B. Reed's "Modem Elo
quence and Aflir Dinner Spteilu-s" ad
vertised on last page b Wni'c. I.) ems
Wade Armstiong nnd W II. Mc-I.c.iu
leave for the Coast In the Peru this af
tciiioon. their object being to pioceed
to Chiapas, Mexico", there to engage In
the ruber business.
Among tho passe ngeis who left thu
city this nonn In the Klnau was Gov
ernor Sanforil II Dole who takes a trln
lo Kiiwalhae. He Is booked to letuiv
in the return trip of the Klnau
The Oriental Life Insunnee Co. huj
brought suit against Loo Chit Sam for
the sum of JI.'.OO with Inteiest at ' per
rent fiom October I. 1001, alleged to be
due on n promltsory note
Don't forget Camarlnos of the Call,
fornlt Fruit Market when you want
fruit and vegetables. He always bas
on hand a fresh supply of both Califor
nia nnd Island frulU Telephone Main
Win II. Holland, first engineer of
Wililet's steumi'i llilme has eelned
'i l anion foi ,V i, wages In elx rcden.l
Couit Cupir'u Nltholi-eiii bein; ilciil
to snow i-iut.- why he shou'J n -t b
Mons Aulone Vlzzuvcina lecilvcd ut
the1 French Consulate yelenlav, the
event being the anniversary of the fall
of the Bnstlle. Last evening the Cath
olic Mission band serenaded Mons. Via
Henry S. Alsi.ml business manager
with Chin leu rnjilinun company was a
passenger in til China on his way to
Shanghai and Oriental pons to pn pan
tile way for the tuui of Miss Vliglnla
Talberg Powi-i has brought cult fen
dlvmee against John I'owei on th
grounds of cruel and Inhuman treat
ment nnd habitual iunkinnc-s. Mrs
Power Is an employe' of the People's
Agent H'obe of the Globe Navigation
Company unlved advices by the
steamer that the Tainplco did not leave
Scuttle on the ."ill as had been schi'dul
cd. She tti to leave that pott on tlw
Mrs. W S. Wit hen, will leave hur
riedly foi the Coael in the Peru. Sho
having leeched a letter imuestliig her
prchcnce at the bedside of her mother
Mrs. J. J. Huvislde. who Is seriously 111,
the result of un opciutlou.
Agent Morse of thn Amciican-Hnwn
ian Steamship Company has re-cclwil
advices that tho steamer Alaskan,
which Is now on her way to New- Yorl.
with sugar, will start loading at t lint
port on August 13 for San Fiiiuilsco
A deed of trust for tiuouvft In favor
of the Geimnnla Tiust Co. of Sail Fran
rlsco. has been llleil by the Attorney
ticuci-al'H Depirtini'iit It Is a mort
gage cm the hum Ills' of the Komi Rail
way Co. and U a guainutec that fiom
now on. Urn con!) any will be In u poll
tlnu to go iihf-ad with the wink very
rapidly. Money out of tills loan Is e
pectnl by thn next stiauiei In thn
meantime .lurob Coeipn will pmicii
to Chicago to place his oiiIiih The
whole amount of money gmuniilecd is
over u million ii'iillan,
The ship 'I II"' E. Staibuck which
airived in this pent yisteidiy and l.s
now unloading ill the Iiiiigiml whatl
brought an abMirteil mui lumlUe cat go,
valued at $lu,"ii'i. mid Including the
following- '"'-I ills bailey. )) ctlii
wheat, 2'j,ti pounds middlings, 18,11'J
lbs oats, 74,22.! IU rolled barley, ."iS,3ll
lbs bran, 07.014 lbs coin, 2.11 lbs bread,
10 bbls und 2.1 is salmon, 100 lbs e ftee.
12 tolls i-ordiige, 10 pkga dry goods.
1780 bales hay, 113 is soap, 2ij pkgj
tank nuitcilal, 130 his lime. 141 pkgs
mlllwork. 15 pkgs machine ly, 34 pkgs
paints and nils, 183 kegs white lead, 70S
ft oak lumber, 10,300 bricks, l.'oi) Ibj
nlrd, 13 pkgs groceries and provisions,
118 pkgs noikery und glasswuie, 21 ca.
New York Dental
The high class of work turned out at
the New York Dental Parlors every
day coants nnd more peoplo nro realiz
ing that they can get bolter work nnd
lower prices than nnyvvhero else.
Each department In charge of a spe
cialist and our operators aro graduato
dentists oi the best-rccognlzcd schools
In the U. S. or tho world.
We have a larger staff than any oth
er dentnl office in tho city; wo havo
tho best plate workers, crown nnd
brldgo specialists, and in fact all
branches of dentistry as practiced by
us are strictly up to elate.
We can'sive you money on your den
tal work We will tell you In advanco
exactly what your work will cost by a
Full Plate of Teeth ......... J5.00
Gold Crowns '. S.00
Bridge Work, per tooth 5.00
Gold Fillings 1.00
Silver Fillings 50
All our Instruments are thorough!
sicilltzed before use.
New York Dental Parlors,
Room 4, Elite Building. Hotel Street.
Ladles in Attendance.
Hours, 8 a, m. to 6 p. m.
Sundays, 9 n. m. to 12 m.
GOLDEN RULE BAZAAR'S
NEW BOOK LIST.
"If I Were King, by Justin McCarthy
The Dark o' tne Moon," by S. it.
"Thn Mastery of the Puclllc," by A. II.
Dorothy Vernon of Hnddon Hall," by
Chas. Majors (author ot "When
Knighthood Was In Flower").
The Blazed Trail," by S. E. White.
None But the Brave," by II. Sears.
Tho KenlonB," by W. I). Howclls.
Tho Strollers," by P. S. Isham.
Tho Mnglc Wheel," by John Strango
"Tho Hounds of the Bnskcrvllles," by
"The Woman Who Dared." by Lynch.
"A Iluiiho Party," edited Cy Paul Lei
Tho nbovo nro only a "SAMPLE
LOT" of what may be found on our
156 Hotel Street
Still in Jhe Field
E. C. ROWB
hns started In business again now at
550 KING STREET, TERRITORIAL
BUILDING, where ho Is prepared to
do PAINTING and PAPERHANQING
In all its branches, and will bo pleased
to seo all ot his old patrons, as well
as now ones. He has no connection
with any other shop.
550 KING ST.
P. 0. BOX 293.
Treasury Warrants Discounted.
Magoon Bldg., Merchant & Alakea Sts,
Office hours 9 a. IB to 4 p. m.
The Evening Bulletin, 75 cents psr
when nnprepossisslng"-hopS for
men were the Mile, the name of
"HANAN" was known to all
dealers In men's footwear as
something linked with artistic
To this day, HANAN SHOES
are known for their elegance su
perior mateilal. and perfection
Todny we show you the "STU
DENT'S" BALMORAL, a shoo
built on comfort lines
SHOE STORE IH
Ants do, If given the Antollno
treatment. Orcatest success
attends use 0T this newly dis
covered ant exterminator. If
the pests use It onco they nev
er do again.
In tho pantry Antollno Is
Invaluable as It Is not n poison
but has the desired result.
so much the better Wo wnr.t
critlis for customers, and we
know o no better line for you to
examine and e rltlilse than our
1902 WALL PAPERS
Tlu' nro biUlit ami chuvriul
IooUIuk, and the desIgiiH nro tnr
mor artistic than havo ecM"
liven mado before
Wo aro nhaya plcasiil to
hIiou them ami ou will 11 ml our
prices to bu right.
LEWERS & COOKE,
HAWAIIAN ENGINEERING AND
ENGINEERS AND CONTRACTORS.
Rooms 03-510 Stangenwald Bldg.
Tel. Main SO. P. O. Box 537.
Fine Job Printing at the Bulletin of
fice. e f w
- linn Just received ex.
5E "ALAMEDA" a full line
- of the celebrated
f Also ii blri choice In the
I "PING PONG" GAME
Come early nnd save
g No 10 Store 3
Fort Street 3
J. H. FISHER
Stock and Bond Brokers.
riRE A880CIATION, of Phllad.lphtK
WESTERN A88URANCE CO, tf J
Offices Stangenwald Bldft tSvt
chant Street. Tel. Main lit.
HONOLULU .STOCK nXCHANQB
Honolulu. JUI Y tf, 1902
NAME Or STOCK
Pali mx. 5
u. nrtwtr s company i too,cnc
.IS SchD (J.Co.L'l 6o,eo9
LB. Ktrr It Co,, Ltd 100009
ea Plantation Co .
Hawaiian Com.A Su Co I
Hawaiian Suear Co
Honomu Sutif Co ..
HonokaaSusar Co . .
Haiku Sufir Co. ... '
Vahuku Plantation Co
Klntl Plant Co .LtJ, ...
Kfiahu1u Sugar Co ....
.!'. 7 JO
Koloa Surar Co
0hu Sugar Co
OtoDfft Sugar Co
Ookala Sugar Plan Co
Otaa Su Co. Ltd , ail
OlaaSuCo Li J rdupf
PaauhauSu, PUn Co
Pacific Sugar Mill
Pala Plantation Cn
Prpckro Si gar Co .
Plonwr Mill Co
Walitua Agri Co.
WallukuugarCo , .
Walmea Mill Co ..
Wilier Stcnhrn Cn .
4, joo ,Ooo
Inter-Ulan Steam N Co
Hawaiian tiectric to
Hon RijIJ T & L Co
Mutual Telephone Co
OahuRy&L Co ..
tlawallan dov j ?tt cent
Hon RapiJ Transit .
Ewa Ptantat n 6 per cent
too'. . .,
ianii k k l .o per c
Oahu Plantation 6pc
Olaa Plantation 6 p. c
Walilua Agr'cul 6 p. c
KaTiuku r" cent
Sales- 10 i:n. $l'l.30. 10 i:a, (?(.
.". 3 OalTiT SiiKiir. JS7.V), 1000 Oahu
Sucar llorils. Jloo.23. 8 Oahu Suca.
$S7 '.ii 13 Olaa assessable. 13.23, 7
Ula.i asse snhle 13.23
STOCK ANDJOND BROKER.
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANQB.
Orders for tho purchase or itl. ot
stocks and bonds carefuly and promH
ly executed. Loans negotiated.
Office Room 401, 4th floor, 8tanj(m.
wald Bldg. Postoffice box 390; Ttle.
phone Main 331.
Halstead & Co., Ltd
MONEY ADVANCHD ON SUGAR
921 Fort Street
TEL. MAIN 133.
A. C. LOVEKIN,
STOCK AND BOND BROKER,
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE.
403 Judd Building.