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BVENINd Ul'LLBTIN, HONOLULU. II. T WEDNESDAY, JULY 23, 1002.
Buggies and Carriages
FOR STYLE, COMFORT
BEST - THE - WORLD - OVER
G. SCHUMAN, Ltd.
A MERRY FIGHT NOW
ON BETWEEN FACTIONS
One of Dr. Marques' Supporters Tells
Story of Split That Has Come
All Indications seem to point to very
swiftly coming on hostilities of mure,
gigantic proportions than those of Mm
present between the brunch of Hip
Tlieosophlsts of tbc city led by Dr. A
Marques and the minority of the led
by Mrs. Hendricks. The latter appear
to liae gained n slight advniitugi' l
the recognition or themselves by A.
Kullerton, the general secretory of thu
American section of tbc 'lhcusophlial
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Sugar Raw, steady. Fair Refining,
2 15-16c; Centrifugal, 96 test. 3 5-16c.
Molasses Sugar, 2 5-8e. Refined, stca-
Q. II. Herrey, money to loan.
The place to get pure Kona coffee Is
at C, J. Day's grocery.
I'rimo anil Maimer beer 10 cents a
glass at the l'nnthcon.
Then, will be no meeting of thu
llo.ud of Health this afternoon.
The burkcntlne Skagit arrived from
III!" at Port Tonnsend Jul IS.
(lentlemcn, refresh yourselves at the
First National Saloon, 74 N. King St.
Delegate l'ljnn of Oklahoma has
gone to llllo und no doubt tin" volcano.
The tchooner Mury E. Foster arrived
at l'ort (iambic from Honolulu .luty II
The steamer John Cummin was off
Kokn Head bound In t llfi thin after-
Jurcus not engaged In the Kona tilul
aro excused until 10 o'clock tomorrow
The liar I: Andrew Welch left San
I'ruuclMo for this port Jtil.v 1. with j
large generul cargo.
For baby carriages and sewing ma-
However, the faction led by t
Marques claim that their represent.), chines and Moves and safes,
lions have either not been sent to j Hortschlaegcr Co., Ltd.
Mr. Fullerton or that lie has wilfully. The Illsnmrck Stables Co of W.il
refused to consider both sides. luku, Maul, offer the best of nervi-.w
At nil events. Col. Otcott, lienO ot 1 10 tourists nuil tiuvolllni; mm golni;
Hawaiian Iron Fence and Monumental Go.
the American Tlieosophlsts, has ic.-ii
appealed to anJ his answer Is expected
I soon. The TheosophlstH led by Dr.
Marques have full confidence In the
belief that they will be dealt Justly
with by their head official. At ml
events, there Is a merry scrap mi and
the Indications are that It will be im
two-round contest, but otie, niwrilM
n greater period of time.
One of the Tlieosophlsts was d"n
yesterday and this Is what he had in j
say "About a year ago tho need of ill
lecturer on Theoforhlcul subjects wu
felt In the city and it was proposed to
bring one heie. The only lecturer
available at the tlmo was a Mlu
Walsh, who had been hero In i . uf
"Mrs. Hendricks war not a menib'.-f
of the Theosophlcal Society nt that
TELEPHONE MAIN 287.
176-180 KINO STREET.
Two persons for fen days
Three persons for ten days
Four persons for seven days
Four persons for fen days
Ask for them cheerfully sent on
LEWIS & CO.
1060 FORT STREET.
240 TWO TELEPHONES 240
Tho housekeeper who uses S.
& XV, canned fruits, vegetables
or preserves has perfect confi
dence In tho quality.
Wo also havo perfect confi
dence In the qualify, and to nnj
ono not satisfied with thcsJ
goods wo will return their mon
If you would hnvo tho most
luscious fruits nnd tlnest egi
tables grown nnywhero on earth
asTt for S. & V. canned goods at
H. May & Go,,
THE POPULAR GROCERY,
'up ' t
The Treasury Department has remit
ted the flue Of $100 imposed upon Hie
uiptuln of the Sen la foi failing to pro
duie a new list.
F W. Mondell. a good filcnd nf Ha
waii, was renominated without opposi
tion for Congress by the Hi publicans
of Wyoming on July 1J.
J, W. Smith claims to haw all but
lloated In Honolulu hU Australian Isl
and whereon countless watii bulTahi
mock all the win Id's beef mists
lion. V. I). Stevens, (ouiisillnr fur
tile .iapiilH'se legation lit WiiilitliK'oli,
lis the guesi ol Consul Miki Salto dur
Ini; lh- stti) in tile Dorl in ut
Notice of the appoiutnieM or Henry
, llejiim as (halrniiili of tin- Itn.id lioiiid
' foi thu District of llllo. il.miiil. I nh
tlmo. There were somo objection i' "l"Jl'1 lly Authoilty on p.ige s.
W.mmmmmmmm! J- H.fisher
TO THIS VERY DAY
HANAN SHOES aro modlshly elegant
Into the construction of which has m
tered tho most skilful labor in th"
world, materials of superior qualities
and a consideration for thu taste of tho
We are now rendy to show you tho .
CORONATION TIE, a gentlemen'
strictly Dress Shoe.
: Stock and Bond Brokers.
1 AGENTS FOR
FIRE ASSOCIATION, of Phlladtlpklg,
WESTERN A88URANCE CO, si X
Offices Stangenwald lldf, M
chant Street. Tel. Main lit
! MclNERNY SHOE STORE
New York Dental
The high class of work turned out at
tho New York Dental Parlors every
day cojnts and more peoplo aro realiz
ing that they can get belter work and
lower prices than anywhero else.
Kuril department In chnrgo of a spe
cialist and our operators aro graduate
dentists oi the best-recogulzcd schools
In tho U. S. or tho world.
Wo havo a larger staff than any oth
er dental office In tho city; wo havo
tho host pinto workers, crown and
with respect to the lecturer made and The Law Library Is enriched with j ijrlflKO specialists, nnd In fact all
assertions were made which Dr. .Mm- tvventy-iiiicc volumes oi annum lopont,
ques tried to verify. Information vv.is of the Ameikan Ilur AmmIiiIIoii. They
received nnd Dr Marques was licensed , aic a legal education In themselves.
of not reading it correctly. As n ni.v
tcr of fad, the dntn furnished vvvra
all that Dr. MarqueE could havu wish
"This was the beginning of t'.io
trouble, nnd charges were p referred
against Dr. Marques. On January
The stumps und recoider's fees of
the deed or tlitbt of the Kona-Kiiu Unit
way Company to the Ciertnanla Trust
Company of San Francisco aiiKiuntt.il
In thu 1'ollcu Couit yesteiday afte.-.
noon the four sallois ami a uativo
a meeting of five Tlieosophlsts -ai Uiiurged with vngrutiiy weie sent mei
Simplicity, durability, speed and
manifolding power nro conceded to be
tho four great essentials In n typewrit
ing machine. Wo present to tho pub
lic TIIi: OLIVER as tho latest and
most striking embodiment of these
featuies, and the most rndlcal depnit
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
tho machine. There aro no fine Joints
to bo affected by wear. Tho best ma
terials obtainable, combined with good
construction, aro added to tho simplici
ty of this machine, thus making ltd
durability a foregono conclusion.
If In need of Typewriter Supplies ef
held nnd these took advantage of the
Illness of Dr. Marques to expel iilia
from the prtsldtny nuil tho society.
He had heard ol he proposed st -,1,
and, being 111, had nuked that action
be postponed. Even this courtesy was
"When the arbitrary action of Mrs.
Hendricks nnd her fom follower) lin
came known, all the other member-,
without exception, clustered nro iml
Dr. Marques and, nt tho annual ie.
tlon held March 4. he was uuanlnioiisly
i elected president, tlmo being seven
teen members of th Aloha Ilium h, 'I.
S. preuiut. The Ave members w'la
had voted to exp. 1 Di Marques were
"I.nter, the five hld a meeting n"d
elected n president, n becictnry und u
treasurer, leaving only two inunibi u
of the five who do not hold offieuH.
"The crowning pleie of uiidutlty
tame when Fullerton, the general iu.
rctary. acknowledged tho minority and
not the majority, finally cancelling the
ehanei of the Aloha Ilraneh, T. S.. ul
tho reqr.est ol the five. This nctlon
we consider both arbitrary and illegal
and have appealed to Col. Olcott.
"It Is my belief thnt tho reason why
Fullerton recognized the minority If
thnt he ".new t.Tem to bo Esoteric
like himself, Instead of tho orthodox
Tlieosophlsts, like Col. Olcott, ami tho
great majority of the Thuosophlsts in
Dr. Marques was abkd to make a
statement of his position In tho prem
ises, but he declined, saying that I
did not enre to disturb flio work of Mr.
Prime In the city nor did he care to
tind sent hi iiti-
H. Hackfeld& Co., Ltd.
General Commission Agents.
Cor, Fort and Qunn trot. Honolulu-
anv kind, such as Cabinets. Stands,
Dan.r. Rlhhnn. Carhnn Paner. Oil. I tnlk Until Col. Olc Ott
Codv Holders. Erasers. Brushes, or any w to the nppeal t-eut
other accessory, call on us and we will ,
show you the BEST goods for the '
:nn UST H01E KUWHIED
YIHLL, mUnULO UUi, LIU,
Motor Carriage and Machine
REPAIR AND BUILD I
ALL KINDS OF : :
Safe Work or All Kinds.
Etc., Etc., Repaired.
UNION 8TREET, near Hotel.
Phone Blue 721. P. O. box 112.
J. W. SCHOENINO, Manager.
Fred. U Waldron
P. O. Box 653; Te) Blue 781; noon
e, Bprocke's IlulldlLic.
to Oahu Jull foi u term of sl moitlMJ
A. W Dow. tiavellng k.iI,siii.iii fin
I! t) Hall H Son leaves In the Alameda
this afternoon to be man In! In Sun
Ki.uh Imo His friends In the stor"
plaiiircled his baggage us follows- 'Tin
going up t get split vil '
Tho Wnlluku Hotel nt Wuilnkii Is
fust growing lu favor with the unvei
ling men of thu Islands. It Is nliely
situated in pietty gnuinils und tin. m
rumiiKidutloiis are of the flut-e-l.ft.
See ml. Ill lluslness lilieitnrv.
The I'ultcd States tiiilulng ship
Mohican left Honolulu this afternoon
ut l.uil o'tloik. She will sail fiom lieifi
to Port Tnvviibi'ud, wheuci she will
puiiccd to Vii tin In and Vuiuouver go
ing finm theie for her tli.nl destina
tion llrcmci ton.
The "Hupert IMitist" ' have Just le
cclved from New Yoik two electric
dental engines uppllaiucs. eti They
are doing all that Is known to silence,
or tho dental plofesMOti that people
may have dental woil, done well, and
ns near painless as good dcnliMiv tun
bee. See their ad on pag" i .
branches of dentistry as practiced by
us nro strictly up to dato.
We can sivc you money on your den
tal work Wo will tell you In ndvanco
exactly what your work will cosl by a
Full Plate of Teeth J5.00
Gold Crowns 6.00
Bridge Work, per tooth 5.00
Gold Fillings 1.00
Silver Fillings 50
Ants do, If given the Antollne
treatment. Greatest success
attends use at this newly dis
covered ant exterminator. If
tho pests use It once they nev
er do again.
In tho pantry Antollno Is
Invaluable as It is not a poison
but has tho desired result.
-gri r "w ay,
ilUJsa A 1 1 If I I tM
All our Instruments aro thoroughly
sterilized before use.
New York Dental Parlors,
ltoom 4, Kllto maiding. Hotel Street.
Ladles In Attendance.
Hours, 8 a. m. to 0 p. m.
Sundavs, 9 a. m. to 12 m.
Home July 10 At noon today Mn
Jor Porter of the Judge Advocates lie.
pnrtininl of the Army at Washington,
personally delivered to Cardinal Ham
polta. the Papal Secretary of Stuto,
the last note of Judge Taft, Governor
of the Philippine MawR on the sub
ject of the withdrawn! of the friars
from the Islands, which will presum
ably end the governor's negotiations
here, as Major Porter aiinultnneiiusl)
presented n letter from Judgo T.ift
asking for a farewell audience with
The weekly edition of the Evening
Bulletin Is the largest and best pub
lished In the Territory. Sixteen and
twenty pages. $1 a year.
Yesterday afternoou, August Her
ring, charged with atbault with a weap.
on on a Chinaman at Haluvva, was
found not guilty and discharged, theio
being no evldtme ol an assault pro
duced by the prosecution. This fore
noon, the Charles Uassnrd case ot as
sault on Henry Ksplndn, was befi.iu
Juflgo WTTcox. It will bo resumed this
afternoon. The Hnssard case Is cUne
ly related to those of August Heriing.
San Krunclsto. July K, --The Oh-mi
le Ciinipuuy's steamer Mariposa. C:ii
tain Heiuile. sulled esterdii) nuHuliiK
lor Tuhltl illicit and will bo kept io
manently on that toute. On uecouut
of using nil histead of null lor fuel, th
Mariposa's expurlenie will lie watihed
with Inteiest by n,t only slilppl'i;:
men. but Hie Goveinmeiit Itselt slneo
iio.oll-hiirnlng steamer has ever le
tore attempted to make sin h a gieat
distune c uOou miles us from tlilt
port to Tahiti without ioitl.
She Is renllv too finely equipped lor
the mute, upon wlilc h theie Is Kiar'e
ly any IliMiliis. passengei navel, but
thu Oieutili Companv hopes to m.i'.i
the line popular with toitilsts nud tu
work up a tonsldernhle traffli In time
Only u few passi-m-i'is lire Imul.e 1 tu
sail tuduv lu tin- Mnilposa,
lilltte. July 1.1 -Colonel .1. H.iinllloil
I.ewls of Se.ittle Is III Untie on his way
Inline f Kim New Voik. whele he llus
been lu (iiiisultiitliui wltli the sugar
tlilst puiple loiuerulug Hie Western
beet sugar Industries N definite ,n -t
Ion vviiH taken, Iml It was pnii-tlutllv
iletermllied to ship the beets H.ist illl'l
not ereit plants In the Wist The Ov-
tiimls will tnke the big heel piopertles
of Senator W. A. Clark lu Southern
Lewis has been lu several Demoir.i-
tlc (oiifereuces lu Wushlugton and
soys there Is a vciv general sentiment
In favor of Senator Chirk for Vlu
President, and that the thkel will be
headed by Hill m Gluey. .1. Hamilton
Lewis Is himself a tiindlilnte for the
Senntu from Washington, providing
the States goes Democratic,
GOLDEN RULE BAZAAR'S
NEW BOOK LIST.
-If I Were King, by JtiBtln McCarthy.
'The Dark ' tnc Moon," by S. It.
"Tho Mastery of tho Pacific," by A. It.
"Dorothy Vernon of Ilnddon Hall." by
Chas. Majors (author of "When
Knighthood Was In Flower").
"Tho Illazed Trail," hy 8. i:. Whlto.
"None Hut the llrave," by II. Scnrs.
"Tho Kenlons," by W. D. IIowolls.
"Tho Strollers," by 1'. S. Ishnm.
"Tho Mngle Wheel," by John Strango
"The Hounds of the llaskorvillcs," by
"Tli6 Woiunn Who Dared," by Lynch
"A House Party," edited liy Paul Lei
Tho above aro only n "SAMPLE
LOT" of what may bo found on our
AI Vista Camera
sweeps from side to side and
photographs In one picture morn
than our two eyes can take In.
Handsomely Illustrated cata
logues free fcr the asking at
Photo Supply Go
HONOLULU STOCK HXCHANOB
Honolulu, JUI Y 21. 1902
NAME OF STOCK
t-u ip .
r ft Com tu
1 D G. Co,
Bwt PlintttlonCo .... .ooo.ooo
HiwiHtnAfTkuinjflCot 1 ,000,000' '
HtwillinCom.&Su Co.l 1,111,750 (o
niun 3UK 0 ... .) 1,000,000
nrnomu sueir 1,0 . ..
HHkuSuKirCo .. ,
tthuku Hiittttlon Co '
Cl(iihu1ti Su(ir Co .
KoIai Surr Co . ...
Ohu Surr Co , .
Ononta SueirCo !
Ookala Surar Plan. Co.
OlaaSu. Co.. Lti.at) I
OlaaSuCo LtJ pdupj 1
j own a Lomnnv
Paauhau Su, I'lan, Co
Pacific Sugar Mill
Pala Planta'ion Co
Pepwken Si t Co ..1
iValalua Acn Co
Waltnea Mill Co
WlMfT Stamhln Cn
Intrr-MirJ Steam N Co
niwiiin blrctric Co
Hon. RaMJ T.ttl Co
Mutual Trlrrhnnr Co
OahuRvAL Co... .
Hawaiian dov 5 frr cent
Hon Rarii Transit .
Ewa Plant jt n 6rfrtffit
uanu k 1. i-n ttr c
Oahu Plantation 6pc .
Olaa Plantation 6 p, c
,valalua Agfcul. 6p. c
k'ahuku prr crnt
T jo.ooo 1 flo
t ,000,000 0
T 50,000 too
T 50,000 loo
it 5.000 iro
1 10,000 ion
1 50,000 10
SnlrH-I." Hwn, J2l.uH; 23 Olaa.
pnll up $!' 17." Olnn. nHnoppab!c M;
Vin Una. $2150, 1 pi i;wn $24 50
STOCK ANDJOND BROKER.
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANQR.
Orders for tho purchase or ssjs oi
stocks and bonds carefuly and prompt
ly executed. Loans negotiated
Office Room 401, 4th floor. Stangt.
wald Bldg. Postoffice box 3B0; Tl.
phone Main 331.
MRS. A. SCHOELLKOPF,
TEACHER OF PIANO.
Hotel Street. Opposite Advent Churr.h.
The Evenrng Bulletin, 75 cents per
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A. C. LOVEKIN,
STOCK AND BOND BROKER,
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE.
403 Judd Building:-
I E. W. JORDAN
I56 Hotel Stat
Still in Jhe Field
E. C. ROWE
hns started In liiislneBs nRatn now at
550 KINO STREET, TERRITORIAL
BUILDING, vvhero ho is prepared to
do PAINTING and PAPERHANGING
In all its i-rnnclioH, and will bo pleased
to Bee nil of his old patrons, as well
as new ones. Ho has no connection
with any other shop.
linn Just received ex.
"ALAMEDA" a full line
o? Hit cclehratcd
AIko ii big choice In the
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, C. BOX 293.
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