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EVENING nULLElJV, HONOLULU, H. T., WEDNESDAY, JULY 1C, 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.
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rBi llllFrff lllii i IPJT " iiMTni m i '1iil7nftT WiTnUlTl .
Hawaiian Iron Fence
TELEPHONE MAIN 287.
Two persons for ten days
Three persons for ten days
Four persons for seven days
Four persons for ten days
them cheerfully sent on
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1060 FORT STREET.
240 TWO TELEPHONES 240
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for tho label on the can and In
sist on getting S. & W. goods.
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THE POPULAR GROCERY,
82 TLLtPIIONES 24
H. Hackfeld& Co., Ltd,
General Commission Agents.
Cor. Fort and Queen ttraota. Honolulu
THE DANDY LAMP
$2.00, suitable for
any style of rig.
These lamps burn
kerosene and are
well known as the
and Monumental Go.
170-180 KINO STREET.
Simplicity, durability, speed nnd
manifolding power nro conceded to bo
tho four great essentials In a typewrit
ing machine. Wo present to tho pub
lic THE OLIVHIl ns tho latest and
niost striking embodiment? of these
features, and the most radical depait
ure from other methods of construc
tion. , DURABILITY
Other things being equal, durability
follows as tho result of simplicity
Thero is nut a small, frail bearing In
tho machine. Thero nro no flno Joints
to bo a'fected by wear. Tho best ma
terials obtainable, combined with good
construction, nro added to tho simplici
ty of this machine, thus making It
durability n foregono 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
show you the BE8T goods for trie
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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. 8CH0ENINQ, Manager.
Fred. L. Waldron
P. O. Box 553; Te) Blue 71; noon
e, Sprockets BulldlLf.
The weekly edition of the Evening
Bulletin Is the largest and best pub
tithed In the Territory. Sixteen and
twenty pages. $1 a year.
GIVES AN EXPLANATION
Urgency of Giving Out Awards on
Fire Claims-Full Report Will
Follow The Secretary
At the oflUc of th File Claims Com
mission this morning It was asccrtnlueel
that the aggregate of award! Is J1.473,
13 The total amount of claims upon
which the awards were adjudicated was
Seiretary M H Wfcts fdnce 9 o'clock
jcBterday morning but. delivered mot
of tbe certificates of awards. Kot the
rest of his time he will deliver c ti tin
catet only from 9 to 12 o'clock each
Chairman Krd V Mailarlanc strcn
uously repudiates any imputation of
Mar chamber business on the part or
tho Commission He myu he cannot
help If the public be disappointed In
receiving a full staUiocnt of til
Claimants had b-en clamoring for
their awards, to that th"y might ob
tain the treasuri warrants thereon,
these being negotiable paper available
in business transactions Therefore
the handing out of crtlfl-a'es was be
gun at the earlle't moment after the
register was completed.
What the Commission ulmcd at, flikt
of all. was to conclude lib dealings with
tbe claimants When this is done a de
tailed report of the Cominludon's i ro
cccdings will Lc mncie to tho govern
ment, to which the ret'tter will aim)
Mr. Mncfarlane this morning tender
ed ncccrs to the llstb of delivered certl-
fir nC oe nlcn In ftin r-i l.. PriH .nfnrmi . n
in obtaining names and amounts of
awards to a llullttln reporter. Thlx
courtec) was fullj appreciated, jet tb;'
tendered prlv liege would onl) jleld
I scraps of Intelligence while It would'
require a man s labor for days to dig It
I all up There would te conuant Intcr-
tuptlon of work, mutually between tho
""V..i ." ? 7 ;L'7 '"".!
Ing after their certificates
Another reason gln by Mr. Mac
farlane for hurrying out tbo rertlti
catcs. In advance of rendering a com
plete Judgment in one crupact whole
Is that the services of tbi secntaiy
will be available tn'y a few du)H
Juan Mnraldn a Porto Ulcan femalo
of easj virtue appeared In tho I'lillt
Court this forenoon on the chaige 'if
vngranc) she having bt.n found n
possession of certain stolen watch"
ami having never been known bj tlm
police or other reputable wltnesiei
placed on the stand l tho prose cu
tlon to have Lcen engaged In an) law
fill occupation durlug months pnut.
When the prosecution had complotnl
Its case, Attorne) Knulukuu, retire
editing the defense nsked for n dli
charge on the troucd of Insufficient
evidence This was denied by JiuUo
Wilcox, who stated that enough e.i
deuce had been brought out by tlm
prosecution to put the defendant on
Kaulukou called to the stand Torn
Mason an employe cf tho Wilder
Steamship Company who stated th.it
the woman had been emplo)cd In till
famil) for two montbu and n half pas
The surprise came when tho witness
made the statement that for two dny
washing he wns In the habit of pa)lr.
tbe woman all the way from $4 to $j
Deputy Sheriff Chllllntworth nsked
nlm If he did net know that Chlnumeiii
would do the whole family wash tuv
about half this amount
The witness went on to say some
thing about the lllneev of his wifo mid
tbe necessltj of having somtonc In :he
house to do the washing Depu'.v
Sheriff Chllllngworth then asked him
some er) plain qupstions about the
woman and hlmscll and asked iho
witness If he knew what was tho p in
Ishment for people perjuring tboui
selves on tho witness stand.
There wai but little argument on tho
part of the two side but Deputy She.
iff Chllllngwoith called Into quiBllon
the veiacit) of the witness Judijo
Wilcox then mude the Mntomuit that
Mrs Mason could very probably throw
a great deal or light on thu ease.
He then upon continued the enso i n
til tomorrow inornint, and Deputy
Sheriff Chiningvvoith sent nn ollVer
post haste to the Mason homo in order
to see Mrs Mason lierorci nny others
H D Wlshar;! linn resigned tho
clerkship of the Fifth Judicial Circuit,
much to the regret of Judge. Hard). It.
W T Purvis has .ouseuted to act as
clerk for a short time Ho held thn
oHleo formerl) Mr Wildcard takes a
position with tbe Wailultu Sugar Co
Tho engagement Is announced of
Mm C W. noldsworth to Mr L. U
Blackman Both are well known an I
cstcamed In Hie community. Mr
Blackmail came here to Join tho fnrullv
of lolanl College lately cxtlngulshenl
b) the dtparturc of Bishop Willis.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Q. II Derroy, money to loan
Kona coffee to bo good must be pure
C. J. Day sells it.
I'rlmo and Halnlcr Leer 10 cents n
glass nt tho l'anthcon.
A room In tho Judd building Is tor
lent See Now Today.
The furniture for a contrail) located
cottage Is for sale So Now Today.
There will be a meeting of the Hoard
of Health nt 3 o'clock thin afternoon.
A probate notice In tho matter of tho
estate of Antonc dc I.cosa appears In
For baby carriages and sowing ma
chines and stoes and Bates, call on
Hotl8chlacgcr Co , Ltd.
Halo of freight sllghtl) damaged on
the schooner Twilight will bo sold nt
auction 1 .las V. Morgan on i'rluaj at
noon See ml on pago 8.
Commissioner .Tnjlor Is going to
send for more choice seed potat wt.
having about completed the dlstrlb
tlon of S00 pounds to farmers
Among the arrivals from Knual ports
In the Mlkahala todaj were the follow
ing Mr and Mrs H I) Wlshard,
Cleorgc Fuller, -Miss llardwlck anil Mlew
Kxhlbitlrs at t the Merchants' Fair
should consult C W Macfarlane on tho
light question He Is read) to furnish
light In large or small nantlttcs nt the
Jl H. Macfarlane proprietor of Abut
inn mi ranih was In town this morning
and entries homo with him some Uur
bank seed potatoes from the Agrlcul
Mr and Mrs Wm Thompi-on are on
Kauai Mrs Thompson Is sta)lng nt
the I.uins home while her husband Is
bus) at various places on the Island at
tending to matters of buslnc-.
Don't forget Camarlnos of the Call
fornlt Fruit Market when ou want
fruit and vegetables. Ho always has
on band a fresh supply of both Califor
nia and Island frulU- Telephone Main
I nn e government ph.vsleiiiim aro
still Kin with tilt li June lepoits It H
Hit turd) few ones who make the tahu
late el summary of the Hoard of Health
i imdi nt hlstor) foi publication each
Motokai in ittera from the recent vial-
- " ' ProtabI, engage the ntten
tlon of the Hoard of Health at IU
weekly meeting todn) executive OII1
cer I'rntt figures on a session of an hour
and a quarter
The ThcoHophical Soclet) lecture ut
Avion hall t onion on evening at S
o clock will he given Iij Then I'rlmo.
who will speak on the "rflgn of the
Cioss" deiillng with It h in inliig nnd
There will be a meeting of the Portu
guese Political Club this evening nt
Com nulla Hall fur the purpose of re
ceiving the 1 client of the eOtmnllttc on
lutes ami tegillatlons and nomination
of pcinuinenl ollleers
Hats elestrocd the ieel tape In the
ofllce of the L'nlteil .Statin Dlstilct
Couit last night Tbev also tried to
get awiiy with a cake of soap, but It
stuck In the erevlee between the fold
lug eloor nnd the vMt
The cm litaincii of the dt) are talk
ing up ,i big moonlight inn for th
19th and ""th Considerable entbiisl
asm Is being shown and the inn will
undoubtedly materialize Into something
worth the while taking pait In
i: II Halle-) of Makawao writing to
Commissioner Ta)lor regarding the ex
hlbltlon. nmitlous that he hud Ji.st
culled vvate rnn'loiiK of threo months
growth eleven of which nggrcgate-1
a7l pounds lu weight One of them
welghod fort) nine pound
In response to freepient urglngs bv
IIIU ping-pong enthusiasts C S Hoi
Iowa) ami A I. C Atkinson got to-"
gether nt tlTe ping-pong table In the
Klks hall this afternoon aril plajcd a
13-11 set which tuined out In fnvor of
tho latter. 1Mb makes a set apiece
and u llvcl) time Is expected when the
final tussle fin the odd set comes
HER TRIP SLOW
(Continued on Pace S )
K. HlncH navigator l.lcut H. M
rilrlte. engineering officer. Mcut II V
ll.itehliison l.lout P B Uphnin, Kn
sign 11 P l'crrlll Passed Asst Piv
iimitei Ge o. Brown Jl xsslstitnt b n
i e oi, C N I'hke, Knslgn II. J Snell r,
Vlit.g Boatswain I) Moilait) Acting
Gunnel W II I' He hlitter. Acting Car
p liter W W Toles Pa) Clnik I. L
The Mohican cnrrlen one passenger
I'll) Clerk K V Dixon who returns l
the Mainland from dut) on latlc atti
Kxiiutlvi Officer Knapp wished to
hive It stilted that he has at piescit
In his keeping a ring which was rcn.it 1
III the hospital of tin vesel during t.i"
last bta) In tlrlV. poit The ring vni
fciiuil after a vTCIt on board of tl.o
tic mbi rs of the W C. A ami tin
M C A and It must have been Ioj
l eiuci of this pait) Mr. Knapp m at
pirscnt keeping the ring In the li'iio
of soon being able to return it to Itr
It could not be ascc rtalned just how
long the Mohican will remain In poit
lot It will probabl) onl) he for n
short rcriod something llko flvo oi fix
dn)K, on account of the long tlrno
Which it took the vessel to get hero
On leaving here the Mohican will
probably proceed to Bremerton.
The Bulletin, 75 cents per month.
New York Dental
The high class of work turned out at
the Now York Dental Parlors every
da) counts and more peoplo nro realiz
ing Jthat they can got better work and
lower prices than any w hero else.
Each department In charge of a spe
cialist and our operators aro graduate
dentists of the best recognized schools
in the V. 8 or tho world.
Wc have a larger staff than any oth
er dentnl office in tho city; wo have
tho best plate workers, crown nnd
bridge specialists, and In fnct all
branches of dentistry as practiced by
us nro strictly tip to date.
We can sivo you money on your den
tal work Wc will tell jott In ndvanto
exactly whit )our work will cost by a
Full Plate of Teeth $5 00
Gold Crowns 5 00
Bridge Work, per tooth 5 00
Gold Fillings 100
Sliver Filling 50
Ml our Instruments aro thorough!)
sterilized beforo ubo.
New York Dental Parlors,
Iloom 4 Ulllo Uulldlng, Hotel Street
Ladles In Attendance.
Hours, 8 a m. to tj-p. m.
Sunda)s, 9 a m. to 1" m.
GOLDEN RULE BAZAAR'S
NEW BOOK LIST.
"If I Were King, T.y Justin McCarthy.
Tho Dark o' tno Moon," by S. It.
The Master) of the Pacific," by A. II.
'Dorothy Vernon of Haddon Hall," by
Chas Majors (author of "When
Knighthood Wns in I'lowcr").
' Tho Blazed Trail," by S. 13. White.
"None But the Brave," by II. Scars.
'Tho Kcnlons," by W. D. Howclls.
"Tho Sti oilers," by P. S. Isham.
"Tho Magic Wheel," ly John Strango
'The Hounds of tho Baskcrvlllcs," by
' The Woman Who Dared," by I.) nch.
"A Houso Party," edited b"y Paul Lei
The above aro only a "SAMPLE
LOT" of what may bo found on our
156 Hotel Street
Still in the Field
E. C. ROWE
nns started lu business again now at
550 KING STREET, TERRITORIAL
BUILDING, where ho Is prepared to
do PAINTING and PAPERHANGING
In all Its 1 lanehes, and will bo pleased
to see all of his old patrons, as well
is now ones Ho has no connection
with any other shop.
550 KING ST.
P. O. BOX 293.
Treasury Warrants Discounted.
Magoon Bldg, Merchant & Alakea Sts.
Office hours 9 a m to 4 p. m.
Bulletin, 75 cents per
If 1 ,Whd
when unprepossessing shoes for
men were the rule the name of
"HANAN" wns 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 material, and perfection
Todnj wc show you tho "STU
DENT'S" BALMORAL, a shoo
built on comfott Unco
SHOE STORE j
Ants do, if given tho Antollnc
treatment. Greatest success
attends use oT 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 a poison
but has the desired result.
If )ou want n picture of n
bronil landscape If )ou want a
picture of a high waterfall or .i
group or a street eorne r If )ou
want to take a plume an) si?'1
to suit the subject oii must get
Catalogues free for the asl lug
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ENGINEERS AND CONTRACTORS.
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Fine Job Printing at the Bulletin office.
has Junt received ex.
"ALAMEDA" a full line
ol the celebrated
AIho ii bl(i choice In the
"PING PONG" GAME
Come enrly antl hi
No 10 Store
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Slock and Bond Brokers.
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WESTERN A88URANCE CO, tf Xfr
Offices Stangenwald ld. Ml
chant Street Tel. Mala lit
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NAME OI STOCK
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i. Brtwtr A Company
H S Stchi
1 000 boc
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I B. Ktrr Co.,
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Htwallin Sucar Co ..
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Cahuku Plantation Co
Klbtl PlantCo ,Ui, .
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Coloa Surar Co ..
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UlaaSuCo LtJ pJup
Paaubau Su, Plan Co
Pacific Suit. r Mill
tVptkeo Si gar Co
Pioneer Mill Co
WaUlua Afri Co ...
Walrnca Mill Co
Wilder StimiMn Ca
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lnter-lUn4 bteamN Co
tiawaiian biectrlc Co
Hon Rarli T & L Co
Mutual Telephone Co
Hawtllin dov 5 per cent
Hon Rapid Tramlt
Cwa plantat n 6 per cent
uanu ksllo per c
Oahu Plantation 6 p c
Otai Plantation 6 p.
U'alaiua Ajjr'cul 6p
Katiuku ' per cent
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HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANQK.
Orders for the purchaso or sal oA
stocks nnd bonds carefuly end promK
ly executed. Loans negotiated ,
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wald Bldg. Postoffice box 390; Tal
phone Main 331.
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MONEY ADVANCBD ON SUGAft.
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TEL. MAIN 133.
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STOCK AND BOND BROKER,
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE.
403 Judd Building:-
Henri Mnurlse Cannon, known as the
heaviest man In the world died ot
heart ellie.ise In his San 1'rancUro si
Joun laxt week lie weighed CU