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EVENING BULLETO. nONOHTL, It. T., SATURDAY, JULY 19. 1902.
. 'VFfv'ry w fw&i .
Buggies and Carriages
FOR STYLE, COMFORT
BEST - THE - WORLD - OVER
G. SCHUMAN, Ltd.
Hawaiian Iron Fence and Monumental Go.
TELEPHONE MAIN 287.
176-180 KING STREET.
Two persons for ten days
Three persons for 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
Tlio housekeeper who uses S.
& W. canned fruits, vegetables
or preserves lias perfect confi
dence lu the quality.
Wo also have perfect confi
dence In the quality, and to fin
one not satisfied with thesd
goods wo will return their mon
ey. If you would havo tho most
luscious fi lilts and finest vege
tables grown anywhere on earth
as'c fur S. & V. canned goods at
H. May & Co.,
THE POPULAR GROCERY,
ESTATES ARE flIPRA!Stf ! L0CAL "
J. V. Jones, J. A Thompson anil J.
51. Vivas, nppralnrs of the" Circuit
Court for thcte cnn, havo made re
ports on the eetates t f the late M l.ou
Isson, Robert Lishimn end V.. V Mac-
differ from thote flkd with the pro
Sr New T'
Cottage to let cheat
Kona coffee to be good must bo pure.
C. J. Day sells It.
Ico told beer ?2.00 a dozen; Camara
& Co., Tel, llluo 492.
Tho valuation of securities W "' cnnnKe in lo-pnrinorsuiji
appears miner cw ioay.
nrniMnmnn rnfinali nnran1iri nl llin
,..- --.,., ..-.., ... -- u. i.m.ii.1.... ........ .... ....w ....
nine pennons ncrorainKiy an picscm p, -t National Prlncn " N Kin St.
market values dlffir Irom par. Th- r, of fl ,,,, ,,.,, ftr
appraisements are- Loiil-son. $25", . ann.,factured by the Bulletin I'libllsh-
590.2C; Llshman. $77,167; Mucfarlanr. I ng Co
$60,115.3.5. j Tl(, iIpnanl-s i,arRf. Hoalanl Is be
ill IIIC LUUlBtUil t-JlMHJ, Mt nilUIL' ,l,
M a flflnl.,1. X. fr Main.! .1 lt.lt-
liv the executors Ik aiinrnlspil at 2un Fr"t,,tc'
a share, making a total of $15.".000 Tho weekly edition of tbo Evenln
Seventy shares of Honolulu llrewer Bulletin gives a complete summary of
arc listed at $120 each; Metropolitan t" news of tho day.
5Ieat Co. at $50; 14 bonds of liana' Tor baby carriages and sewing ma
plantation, $14,000; 200 shares Kvi a: i chines and stoves and sales, call on
$24 each, $3000, 100 shares llan.i, Hotfschlacger Co., Ltd.
3.S214 each, though par Is $100. Twei - visit the Island Cm to .Store. IK, Ho-
ty-flve shares In the Honolulu noitcl street, near Fort. Host assortment
Works, par value $100, aro appraised or H, souvenirs ami nirio
at $223 each, a total cr jsu.'.i. various
mortgages, cash In hand, notes, etc..
arc listed, making a total of $61.01.
The executors listed Hanti stock at p.ir.
a total of $10,000, as compared wim
lug rebuilt and will soon be nail) for
$,TS7.S7, the apprnhed value.
The Llshmun estate consists pi'.ncl
pally of real properly, land at M.il.ikl.
the homestead. Is put In at $l!l,r,7u .iti-i
appraised at $25,000; land, on Kcwalo
street estlmattd at $11,156 Is nppnlM'il
at $15,000; land on I'llkol street put li,
at $77"j0 Is appraised at $10,0. Per
tonal property Is appraised at JUTOu.
as against $6375. shown by the execu
tors, a higher tilut being placed upon
cattle by the appraisers Sug.ir stocks
are appraised at $17,487, the uul
Tin- dance of the Lei Pnno Mol Club
this evening nt their hall on School
street promises to lie a most success
A brass hors"shoo of legulatlon sbo
was found In the debris pumped up by
tho dredger at worl. on the Ulslinp
A large party of promliif nt i:iks will
I be enteitalncd aboard tin- .Mohican to
I monow mornlng'b.v Lleuteniini Hutch
I Inson of the vcsm'I
I Now that tho -nsuni-r time Is here,
i the bench icsorts aie being well patr
I nized nt the Inn, Moan.i and Annex
large ciow.ls are being provided for
chance mnde hv the appraisers b'd'lg
In Walalua etoak. which they vnlueii, TIih Klnau liroiulu the following ar
at $30 per share, instead of $60. go: SU bogs, 22 uiimlb-H hides, mi inses
The executors jilaced the cntl.v ei I'linn mineral wnti-r. 1"1 b.i as coffee, l'.i
tnte of E. C. Maifarlahc at p.ir. A bugs potatoes and 211 paiknvei sun
goodly part of the stock In the Ilii-jdrles.
wallan Hotel Is pledced for Iimh .iiiui The si ennuis Kcmlioii, Noimii urn
according to the appral'ers, In soul-li,- .Vm nl sulled for Kauiil ports thli
stances far moie than It Is woitli. The ll())n each earning ,lap.ilnse laborers
nppralters' tstlmnte of the Htiyal tin- frni t,p quiirautlup sliitlou to the
wallan Hotel stock rar value $HW U ,,liiiHntloun of that Isl.md.
but $25 per share; 425 shares ur- ..p-j All( Mon wlI(l f irM1Koliol,l fiirnltur-
praised Ol JIU.lio; w snares ,i .-.W i , . 1Mi,iM1,,. ()f c. .,. i.,uBsph.
for $7000 at $1650; 50 fhares plnlgeu
for $2500 at $1250; 50 shales pledged
for $J01 at $1250; 75 .hares pledged
for $1000 at JU75. Ninety shares n
itock In Mac-fnrlaLt & Co. are apiirals
ed at par ($100). a tctiil of $!W0O; 10.)
shares pledged fcr -CO0O ut $lu.00()
The one-third lnUrett in the Hotel An
nex is estimated nt $8333.33. and a
simlljr- Interest in the Puuloi much it
$7000. Thrf shares lu tho I'nlon Keed
corner Keeuiimoku and I.uualHo sln'ets
at 10 a. m. Wedni'silaj, July 2", See
5lorgiiu'K column for particulars.
Judge Robinson yeMeidu nflci
noon revcised hU mlliig of tin- morn
lug In the I'arls-Keinanilez trial and
rejected ns eilil-nn- Circuit Juilg'
Perry's decree iecrsed by the Piipicni!
J. L. Kaiilukou It out on an ni'titn
TO THIS VERY DAY
HANAN SHOES ore modlshly clegir.f
Inio tho eonstructloii of hlch has i u
tered the most skilful labor In tie
world, materials of superior qualities
and a consideration for the taste o thu
We are now ready to show you the
CORONATION TIE, a gontl"nien'a
strictly Dress Shoe.
J. H. FISHER
Slock and Bond Brokers.
FIRE ASSOCIATION, of PhlUdtlpfclft
WESTERN ASSURANCE CO, ( lb
MclNERNY SHOE STORE
Simplicity, durability, speed and
manifolding power aro conceded to be
the four great essentials In a typewrit
ing machine. We present to tho pub
lic THC OLIVER ns tho latest and
most striking embodiment of these
features, and the most radical depart
ure from other methods of construc
Other things being equal, durability
follows as the result of simplicity.
There is not a small, frail bearing In
the machine. There aro no lino Joints
to be alfectcd by wear. Tho best ma
terials obtainable, combined with good
construction, are added to tho simplici
ty of this machine, thus making lu
durability a foregono conclusion.
If In need of Typewriter Supplies of
any kind, such as Cabinets, Stands,
Paper, Ribbon, Carbon Paper, Oil,
Copy Holders, Erasers, Drushes, or any
other accessory, call on us and we will
how you the BEST goods for tlie
WALL, NICHOLS CO,, LTD.
Co. arc appraised Jit $225 each, n total campaign In the I'lfth District. II
of $C75, and one share or Pioneer MID mint- to go to tin- Republican conveii
Co. at $57. The membership Insiiruiico' Hon us a delegate nnd then wishes to
In the Honolulu Meek U-chunge Is up be nominated as a candidate for IP
praised r.t $2600. ond tho scat there nt Leglshiiuie.
$1300. The apprelters value 500 .lc-i The wireless teti-ginph senile is
Bryde shaies plcdg'il for $8000 nl $inow open for business to MnliuLona
per Bhare, a total of $2500, and Huiud all points on Hawaii and Maul,
shaics of Klfcel stock pledged for $I50i) rviegianis wIlTbe n-celveil at (he Pi
New York Dental
The high class ot work turned out at
tho New York Dental Parlors every
day co.ints and more people aro realiz
ing that they can get bettor work and
lower prices than anywhere else.
Each department In chargo of n spe
cialist and our operators aro graduate
dentists oi the hest-recognlzcd schools
In the U. S. or the world.
We have a larger staff than nny oth
er dental office in tho city; wo havo
tho best plate workers, crown and
bridge specialists, and In fact all
branches of dentistry ns practiced by
us aro strictly up to date.
We can sive you money on your den
tal work We will tell you In advance
exactly what your work will cost by a
Full Plate of Teeth $5.00
Gold Crown 5.00
Bridge Work, per tooth 5.00
Gold Fillings 1.00
Sliver Filling, 50
Ants do. If given the Antollnc
treatment. Greatest success
attends uso Ot this newly dis
covered ant exterminator. It
the pests use It once they nev
er do again.
In the pantry Antollno Is
lnvnluable as It is not a poison
but has the desired result.
at $10 per share, a total of $1000,
N. Xoktta has fld un answer to tlir
suit of C. Tt. Hemtnway, trustee ot K
Tnkctn, a bankrupt, to tet aside a .nlo
of goods for $1870 as fraudulent. A
denial Is made of the chargo and 11 Is
alleged that plaintIS was indebted le
ill in In the sum of $lb7l). In conslilem
Hon of which was thansfcrred the
3tock of goods at Aien, Oahil. but lb"
sale was In gci d lalfh, nnd wllho.il
knowledge cm the rart ot defendant
ihat II. Takcta wis bankrupt, fills
er-lslanil Telegiaph Company's off'co,
lower Tort stieU.
A new industry has enteied the Meld
In the shape of the bottling of mineral
wnltr fiimi 1'iin.i. li'fi'ieme to ulili li
was made In this paper some time ngn
The Klnau luought the IliK shipineul
today. It lonslsti'd of 40 cusps
There Is n pioposilloii tin font to
havti the third-class Taihts VI Ke and
jklp put In the fouith (lass, along with
tlii 5Iulolo. Cltle. 5Turlit anil Alililu
M. This will Icaic the fastest third
sale was made January iu. insienu inSB imts , themselves nnd muko
April fc. ns alleged. IMendnnt fintlu-r i,hfJ ,,, ,,MM ,lllsri
says that since ai,l tiansfei he his ,
disc amounting to $2417 84, which bus
also been attained by tho sheriff.
KAUAI SHIPPING NOTUS.
The steamer Jamtk Mukee arilved
fiom Kauai pons this morning ut S:3U
o'clock. ?he hn "ght the follow Ing
ficight: 31.457 lbs '.nt Iron, Cut o lbs
wTought lion and '089 lbs brass. Pur
ser Haral gives the following lepoit ol
the trip; "The W. tl. Hnll was at
Koloa. She was to leave last night for
Ahilkinl to load stii-ur. She will have
a little oer 1400 Lugs. The .Mlknhala
wna nt Wnlmpa disiharclng frclEht.
The W. H. Flint was nt Makawcll. 1 l'l "". "incr
a badge made to send on to tin- Sup
Luke cnimntloii of the (iiaud l.odgf
rill! eiilblenis will be made ill tnpa
liotb bearing an appiopilate design
tyiilcal ot Hawaii. About mo thou
sand will be sent 011 fur distribution
Tho lower end of the niiiiil leserui
t ton at Knkaako. below the .Myitlc boat
house. Is becoming a rendezvous for
disreputable persons of both sexes
Porto Iti nil women and companions
congregate thcic at night and diuukcn
orgies are fit-quint without fear of int.
A temperance nutting will be hel.l
Sunday, July 2u. ut 3 p. m at the Uos-
Kinuu and I'llkol
She is doing nothing at present hut will
start In loading r.t noon today. Very
pUiisaut weather .. rowing the channel
with light NE trade winds."
The following fcjgar Is leported at
streets. Thrte Peukeis will be pies
cnt who promise an Interesting tin. 1
"Why So Jlutiy Chun lies?" Is the sub
ject foi Sunday evening. A cordial In
vitation Is eMclidcd to all.
Knnnl nnrfu r.udv for sh nment K l All llliswpr lias uecn IllMi uy .1 u
i in,n i,.pl v if 4K(i! uv. nmi. . Holt Jr. In the suit of Vllllnm Unm
5Iak.. 5100; G. k R . 250; Mcll., 1300;
P. I... 1400. !
Motor Carriage and Machine
REPAIR AND BUILD
ALL KINDS OF : :
Safe Work of All Kinds.
Etc, Etc., Repaired,
KII.nKY In Honolulu, July 10, IS02,
to the wife of I" II. Kllliey, a son,
H. Hackfeid& Co., Ltd.
fieHeral Commission Agents.
Cor. Pert and QuMn ttraoti. Honolulu
UNION STREET, near Hotel.
Phono Blue 721. P. O. box 112.
J. W. SCHOENING, Manger.
Sister Arsne, one of the members of
the Older of the Sacred Heuit In Hono
lulu died at 9 15 c dock hut evening lu
the convent on Poit tlreet after a shorl
.'lntss. She was forty yenis of ug
and was born in the department of lie
Austin vh It William Holt et ul. Do
teniluut claims, to lime Improved tho
properly stud for and puts In us ;i set
off to the petition the sum of $riiuu.
With llltelesl fmni August 23, WM. Ue
lug the amount paid by dcitiidaiit for
the said land.
Miss Cunha gave a dlnnei In the pu
vale dining loom of the Moauii huh I
last night. Ml bo Little being the guict
of honor Thi si'ists weic. Miss l.li
tie, Mrs. I.lttlc Mi. ami Mis. MiChiu,
hall, Mr mid Mit A. I! Ilavwx .li .
flis. Aiiuls Montiigup-Tni'iier. I)r aim
All our Instruments are tboroughlj
sterilized before use.
New York Dental Parlors,
Room 4, Elite Ilulldlng. Hotel StreoL
Ladles In Attendance.
Hours, H a, m. to 6 p. m.
Sundays, 9 a. m. O 12 m.
GOLDEN RULE BAZAAR'S
NEW BOOK LIST,
"If I Were King, by Justin 5IcCarthy.
"The Dark o' tno Moon," by S. It.
"The Mustery of the Pacific," by A. 11.
"Dorothy Vernon ot Haddon Hnll." by
Chas. 5IaJors (author of "When
Knighthood Wbb In Flower").
"Tho Illa-cd Trail," by S. K. White.
"None Hut the Ilrave." by II. Sears.
"Tho Keiilons," by W. 1). IIovvclls.
"Tho Stiolleis." by P. S. Ishnm.
"The Magic Wheel." by John Strange
"Tho Hounds of tho Daskervlllcs," by
"The Woman Who Dared," by Lynch.
"A Hoimo Pnity," edited by Paul Lei
The above aro only a "SAMPLE
LOT" of what may be found on our
If you want n picture of n
bioad landscape If you wdi't .1
plctuie of n high waterfall or .1
gioup or a street corner If ou
want to take a picture any size
to suit thu subject, J on must get
Catalogues free for the asking
Photo Supply Co
Office Stanj-enwald Bldf Mr
chant Street. Tel. Main lt
HONOLULU aTOCK OXCtlANOB
Honolulu, JULY t8, iooi
NAME OF STOCK
I Ciitul f.7
C Briwtr ACoffirany
ftw Plinfitlon Co .
HiwftilnCom,&Su Co.i t.iit.tso
Hawltn Suftr C . t,ono,ooo
n on emu sugtt 1.0 ... tjo,
-lonoktAbufir lo .. . 000,000
Hilnj Surir Co ... joo.oorj
Vabuku Ptintatlon Co jocwo
Vlhcl l'lint.Co..Lti, , . . i,eto,M)
Kitanuiu burif (.0 i(
Koloa Surer Co j-x.ooo1 oe
O'buSujifCo, .. ),6oo,mo
O-ioBti SutirCo, .... 1 t ,000,000
'jokii -sueaf Plan Co .
Ollt 5U. -0,LJ., ail
OUaSuCo. Lti r-lupf
PaauhuSu, Plan. Co. I
Pala Plinta'lon Co ..
Mtffko Si gr Co I
Plonff-MlU Co. .
tValalua Atn Co 1
WalmittaloSurar Co I
Walmta Mill Co.. . J
Wilder Sleamshlp Co
Imtr-UtanJ StamN Co1
Hawaiian Llctrk Co I
Hon. Uei T. t L. Co
Mutual Trlrrhnn Co
Hawaiian dov rr rf nt'
non Kari-i irantu ....
Ea Plantat n 6 per cent
uanu k l -o fr c
Oahu Plantation 6pc
Olaa Plantation 6 p,c
Walalua Aer'cul 6 p. c
Kahuku ( per cent. ...
1 50,0c o
Sales Kid i:a. J
$24.:,u. ;n i:-n. y:zo;
10 i:wa. $21 "".
I.CO: 10 Hwa
So Hwa $21.20,
STOCK AND BOND BROKER.
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANQI.
Orders for tho purchase or salt ol
stocks unci bonds carefuly and promit
ly executed. Loans negotiated
Office Room 401, 4th floor, 8Unalfc
wold Dldg. Poitolflco box 390; Tsle
phone Main 331.
HAWAIIAN ENGINEERING AND
ENGINEERS AND CONTRACTORS.
Rooms 508-310 Stangenwald Dldg.
Tel. Main SO. P. O. Box 537.
Fine Job Printing at the Bulletin office.
Halstead & Co., Ltd
MONUY ADVANCHD ON SUGAR
921 Fort Street
TEL. MAIN 133.
A. C. LOVEKIN,
STOCK AND BOND BROKER,
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE.
403 Jucid Building--
I56 Hotel Street
Fred. L. Waldron
P. O. Box 553; Te) Dlue 781; Rood
a, Sprecke's BulldU..
et Vllalne, Provini" of Ililttiui),' Mrs. I-'. II. Iluinphrls. in. ami M
France. She came to Hawaii eighteen Walter llorfiiuiiu, Miss Wind Mid
years aco anil hat L"en teacher of urn- Lewis. Miss Lillian Ibtiou, Mum Vlx
sic ut the convent duilni; this tliim. zaiuiui. Heuhor rjiiuviinii. Robeit
Theie was a rcq ilcm mass In the Catli-, ShliiKle. ,1 Tain Mcliiow, C'ltaili-
ollc church at 9 o'elti'k this inorninK.I l)o)i, A. Lewis Jr., A. It. Cunha an I
Father MatthlaE offielatliiK. The bur-1 j. -p. hvlne.
lal service will be tald this afternoon , baseball team of colored men lias
at 5 o'clock. The Interment will takei been formed In the city. Tim captain
place in the Catholic cemetery on Klngi U u soldier of Camp McKluley who en
ttreet. listed here fiom one of the trunnion-,
" I somu months ,ik Henri Walker U
Still inthe Field
E. C. ROWB
has started In business again now nt
550 KING STREET, TERRITORIAL
BUILDING, whero ho Is prepared to
do PAINTING and PAPERHANGING
In all Its branches, and will bo pleased
to seo all of his old patrons, as well
as new ones. He has no connection
with any other shop.
E. W, JORDAN
has Just received ex.
"ALAMIiDA" a full line
of the celebrated
The weekly edition of the Evening
Bulletin Is the largest and best pub
lished In the Territory. Sixteen and
twenty pages. II a year.
Russell Sage's family and family
phyilclan are trying to convince him
that he has done his share of ''tho
world's work. They do not even hope
that he will stop attending to business
altogether; they aro merely trying to
have him reduce his working hours to
two or three dally, with occasional
the pitcher anil llrady Clemmnns wa.v
tho catcher but jestenlH) lli.ul went
over to Oahu Jail to bene out a six
months bentence on the chatge of va
grancy. The new nine piartkcs oul
at tho tiico Irack every Sunday morn
Ing anil the members ate very anxious
to get a set let. of games with some ut
the local aggregations.
550 KING ST.
P. O. BOX 293.
Treasury Warrants Discounted.
.lagoon Bldg., Merchant S. Alakea St
Oftlcn hours 9 a. id to 4 p. m.
T1'- Evening Bulletin, 75 cents p;r
AIho ii hl choice In tho
PING PONG" GAME
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