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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOMftV, JT. T.. BATtmtMV. JULY 76, 1HU.
Wo offer for a short or long
leaso at very reasonable rates,
In the WAVERLY BLOCK
on BctEel street, formerly occu
pied by the Honolulu Paint Co.
Fort and Merchant SU.
Tl. Main 313. Honolulu.
New England Bakery
ANNEX AT THE
New England Bakery Annex
at the Merchants' Fair liavo
the cxcluslvo sale for Soft
Drinks, Ice Cream, Soda,
Sandwiches, Ice Cream and
Water Ices, Cakes, Pies, Etc.
Visitors can bo supplied with
light refreshments without
leaving the building. Booth In
Isle, between Main Buildings,
Eastern Star Regular.
Pacific Third Degree.
Le Progres Third Degree.
All visiting members of the gir
der are cordially Invited to at
tend meetings of local lodges.
ANNEX AT THE
WILL MAKE CANDY IN PUBLIC
such as Stick Candy, Fcanut, Cocoa
nut Candy, Chocolate, Cream Drops
and Hand-made Goods which will be
sold hot. This display will Interest
tTie younger element. Mixed Candy In
60c boxes; every fifth box contains $1
In silver; nnd mixed candy in $1 boxes,
every tenth box contains $5 In gold.
Handsome rings, souvenir spoons and
Jewelry given away as presents In ev
ery box; sec affidavit on fllo at booth.
Candy Booth In alslo between main
buildings, Walklkl side.
HARMONY LODGE, NO. 3, I. 0. 0. F.
' KMti every Monday evening at 7: JO
to Harmony Hall. King street.
E. L. CUTTING, N. 0.
B. IL HENDKY, Secretary.
All visiting brothers very cordially
OAHU LODGE, No. 1, K. of P.
KMts every Friday evening at Har
oay Hall, King Btreet, at 7:30. Mem
few of Mystic Lodge, No. 2, and visit
u brothers cordially Invited.
F. W. DUNN, CO.
ED. C. ALDHICH,
K. of R. & a.
WM. M'KINLEY LODGE No. 8, K. of P,
Meets every Saturday evening at
7:30 o'clock in Harmony Hall, King
street. Visiting brothers cordially In
vlted to attend.
C. M. V. FORSTER, C.C.
B. S. GREGORY, K.R.S.
Mr. THOMAS PRIME will lecture on
Thursday. July 31st, 1902. 8 p. m., at
ARION HALL (back of Opera House).
Members' meeting Tuesday, 7:45 p. m.
cordial welcomo extended to all.
Library open Friday, 3 to 4 o'clock,
MARY D. HENDRICKS,
President Aloha Branch, T. S.
For Sale or
PUUNUI ST., near the end
of the Llllha St. trolley
line. Seven room cottage
on lot 100x100. Splendid
view and healthy location.
Stable and servants' quar
ters. Rent $20 per month
Castle & Lansdale
REAL E8TATE AND INSUR
ANCE AGENTS; INVEST
MENTS. 506-507 Stangenwald Building.
Telephone Main 70.
SPECIAL RATES FOR
A FAMILY RESORT.
Cottages and pleasant
rooms, America? and Eu
ropean Plan. Excellent
Cuisine and Service. Spe
cial weekly or monthly
Best of Surf Bathing and
Canoeing all tho year
round. Hot nnd Cold Wa
ter Baths. Bouffct, Liv
ery, Electric Lights.
L. II. DEE, Proprietor.
Ring up Phone Red 71.
Wo have excellent stor
ago spaco for tent In a
practically fire proof brick
If you want to storo
your furniture safely for
any length of'tlme, wo will
move It, pack It and store
It until again called for.
Our storage charges are at
the rate of 75c per ton
measurement per month.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Read "Wants" on page 8.
Big sale of dress goods now on
Kona coffee to be good must be pure.
C. J. Day sells It.
Ice cold beer $2.00 a dozen; Camara
& Co., Tel, Bluo 492.
Gentlemen, refresh yourselves at tho
First National Saloon, 74 N. King St
Nicely furnished rooms, Popular
House, 1249 Fort St, 11.50 per week up,
Mrs. Mary Mott-Smlth Bird Is suf.
ferlng from a serious accident to ncr
Tho band will give a concert on tho
Capitol grounds at 3 o'clock Sunday
Shingles painted with PEERLES3
PRESERVING PAINT will not warp,
crack or decay.
The weekly edition of the Evening
Bulletin gives a complete summary of
the news of the day.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo, II. Robertson and
family are up at their place In Manoa
valley for the summer.
Corns and Ingrowing nails success
fully treated without pain. Dr. Bogle.
Oregon block, Hotel street.
Full schedule of the arrival and de
parture of tho steamers of the American-Hawaiian
Steamship Co. appears
Wm. McKlnley Lodge No. 8, K. ol
P., will have work In first and second
degrees this evening at Harmony Hall
nt 7:30 o'clock.
The Claudlno arrived from Maui this
morning with the following cargo: 30
bags potatoes, 62 hogs, 19C pkgs ma
chinery and 138 packages sundries,
On Wednesday night next there will
be a dance on the lanals of the Hawa
llan hotel In honor of the visitors from
the other islands who have come to
Honolulu to attend the fair.
The Woman's Guild of St. Andrew's
Cathedral will hold lts,regular meeting
Monday, July 28th, at 3 p. m., at the
resldenco of Mrs. E. D. Tcnney, corner
Pensacola and Lunalllo streets.
Don't forget Camarlnoa of the Call
forntt Fruit Market when you want
fruit and vegetables. He always has
on hand a fresh supply of both Califor
nia and Island fruits, Telephone Main
The wireless telegraph scrvlco Is
now open for business to Mahukona
and all points on Hawaii and Maul.
Telegrams will bo received at the Inter-Island
Telegraph Company's office,
lower Fort street.
The Y. M. C. A. meeting tomorrow
will bo held at 4 o'clock In the Canteen
building at Camp McKlnley. Members
and friends of tho Association arc in
vited to attend. P. W. Rider will bo
tho principal speaker.
Among the arrivals from Maul ports
In the Claudlno tills morning were the
following: T. G. Ballentyne and wife.
Miss M. E. Alexander, Mrs. J. Efllngcr,
J. Lindsay, D. Conway, J. D. Blcknell,
Mrs. C. E. Copeland, Rev. A. Soarcs,
W. A. Ballsy, C. B. Wells, W. E. Beck
with, S. E. Kelllnol, W. II. Crozler ana
the Alt-Maul baseball team.
Christian Church, E. S. Muckley, pas
tor, residence 1244 Wilder avenue; tel
ephone blue 1G71. Subject of 11 a. m.
sermon, "Robbing God;" 7:30 p. m
short address on "The Influence of
Companions." Bible school at 9:45 a.
m. Subject for general service at 7:30
Is "Constant Companionship." Edith
Perkins, leader. All services open to
Central Union Church Services will
be held tomorrow as follows At 11
a. m., sermon by Rev. John P. Erd
roan; subject, "Gravitation;"' 0:30 p.
ra., Christian Endeavor meeting; sub
ject, "Missionary Work In Honolulu."
Leader, Miss Gertrude Whlteman; 7:30
p. m., sermon by Rev. John P. Erd
roan; subject, "Lot's Choice." Palama
chapel 9:30 a. m Sabbath school;
7:30 p. m., evening worship.
Tho directors of the Hawaiian Agri
cultural Company of Hawaii held a
meeting yesterday at which It was vot
ed to petition tho Governor to bo al
lowed to increase the capital stock
from $1,000,000 to $1,500,000, In order
that an addition to the mill can be
made and a railroad built through tho
plantation from l'ahala to Punaluu.
The new stock Is to bo Issued, half on
January 1 and half on July 1, 1903, by
Prcwer & Co., tho plantation agents.
AINAIIAU IS PRESERVED
INTACT BY THE COURTS
A MAJORITY DECI8ION AGAIN8T
THE KAPIOLANI ESTATE WITH
A DI8SENTINQ OPINION
DY JUSTICE PERRY.
Tlw mn(nllf nnlnlnn nt tlift Rtinrpmn
IJJ lilUJUIIl w'SS(vm .., u....v...
Court, written by Chief Jtistlco Frcar
,and Joined In by Justice Galbralth, It
is determined mat A. . uicgnorn is
rightfully In possession of a portion (if
AInahau, his Walklkl homestead. Ho
defended a suit of the Knplolanl Estate
with a claim nt adverso possession
against the plaintiff and tho late Kins
Kalaknua. Tho syllabus reads:
It Is not error to rcfuso to Instruct
the Jury that a certain article of a cer
tain constitution was In forco during n
certain period, without stating the sub
stance of tho article, even If tho ni
tlclo were applicable to tho case.
"Time docs not run against the stato
even though the state docs not acqulro
title until after the period of limitation
has begun to run against the prior own
er. "Tho rule that tlmo docs not run
against the king applied to tho King of
Hawaii In his capacity as sovereign
only, and not In his private capacity.
- "Artlclo 39 of the Constitution of
1804, which provided that, "The King's
private lands and other property are
Inviolable," though applying to his
strictly private, lands as distinguished
from crown lands, did not prevent the
statute of limitations from operating
upon such private lands.
"Evidence held sufficient to Justify
tuc giving of Instructions as to the law
of taking successive adverso posses
sions. "Where one Is shown to have been
In possession for tho period of limita
tion apparently as owner, and tho pos
session Is not explained or otherwise
accounted for. It will bo presumed to
have been adverse, although the pro
sumption is open to rebuttal.
"Instructions need not bo given in
the form requested If given substan
tially in other form.
"Evidence held sufficient to support
The principal question was the con
struction of article 39, constitution of
1804, which said, "The King's private
lands and other property are inviola
ble." The court holds that this section
relates to lands owned by tho king In
his prlvato capacity. Tho court adds:
The question would then remain
whether the word 'Inviolable' should
be construed as exempting tho King's
private lands from the statute of lim
itations." Referring to tho provision In the con-j
stltutlon kUIiik to king certain nrlvt-i
leges the court says, Thcro is muchl
reason to suppose that the intention I
was not to exempt tho King s prlvato
lands from tho operation of the statute
of limitations and, the question being
at least ono of doubt, tho leaning
should be toward the more enlightened
view." Tho court further holds that
the defendant was the heir of the 1'rln
cess Kululanl. Tho court concludes:
The main contention on this point Is
that the possession was shown to bo
permissive and not adverse. It must
be conceded that there is much that
can be said In support of tnls conten
tion. But the argument Is one that
would more appropriately bo address
ed to the Jury. On tho whole, in our
opinion, thero was sufficient evidence
to sustain tho verdict, whether tho
weight of the evidence was on that
side or not."
Justice Perry concludes his dissent
ing opinion as follows: "In my opin
ion, tho title of the King was, until
July 7, 1887, tho date of tho adoption
of a new constitution in which the pro
vision In question did not appear, in
capable of being divested or extin
guished by ndverso possession or by
tne operation of tho statute of limita
tions, and the statute did not run
against him during that time."
The Whole Story
in one letter about
From Cpt. F. liyf, Folks BUtlos So.
1, Monlrfll-"Wt ffntly oi Flint
Iru 1'Aix-KiM.tn for jmihi lit ( '
at k, rknmaUm, Hlfntu, frnt MM, '!
Hair,!, .-ro-n)j, nd ill tlWctlorii wtlth
bfa'l men Id oar pwltlon 1 havt no faf il
titlon In tiling llt fltx-KlLLER It tU
l-ctt rrmftfy it htvt rif tr rri hind."
lltl Internally nnd i:trrniUy.
Tuo 8ln, ISC. oil toe. botU.
A WORD TO THE
In rich In the tonic properties of pure mnlt anil
bops. It will build muscles and tone up your
system. Telephone to the brewery, MAIN 341
FOR THAT FALLING OUT
OF THE HAIR, DAND
RUFF AND OTHER SCALP
DISEASES : : : :
IT 18 THE IDEAL HAIR DRE8SINQ.
WE CAN H0NE8TLY
THE ITALIAN SWISS COLONY
AT ASTI, SONOMA COUNTY, CALIFORNIA.
THE LARQE8T VINEYARD IN THE WORLD.
These wines have taken the gold medals and received the highest
awards at all the recent
and are now noted the "world over for their purity and excellence of qual
ity. Trade and families supplied by the following Jobbers:
.WALTERS-WALDRON CO, LTD. "
OON8ALVE8 & CO. , '"'" , rn
GOMES & McTIQHE.
J08. HARTMAN A CO.
8. I. 8HAW A CO.
CAMARA A CO.
We are now paying especial otten
tlon to catering to Family Parties, Ite
ceptlons, Weddings, etc., nnd the suc
cess that has attended our efforts to
please, together with our reputation
for serving the best that the market
affords, Is a sufficient guarantee that
we will gtvo you perfect satisfaction.
Wo have the finest display of the
bitter grade of BAKERV GOODS and
fine CHOCOLATES and DON BON9
ever put on exhibit hero; we also car
ry HUYLER'S CANDIES and LOW
NEY'S CHOCOLA'i ES and DON DONS
THE ELITE IcFcREAM PARLORS
Coyne Furniture Co.
PROGRESS DLOCK, FORT STREET.
ANCIENT CHIEFS Tilt
PRICES are RIGHT
PORT 75c per Gal.
CHOICE TABLE CLARET,
50c per Gal,
' Treasury Warrants Discounted,
Matjoon Bldn, Merchant A Alakea St.
Office hours 9 a. m. to 4 p
Weekly edition of the Bulletins
A Boon to Plantation
EVERY MAN HIS OWN DOCTOR
JUST RECEIVED another shipment
of JNO. POTT1E & SONS' CELEBRA
TED AUSTRALIAN HOR8E, CATTLE
SHEEP SWINE and POULTRY REM
EDIES. A list of tho medicines car
rled In Block:
Scottlth Oils, Soothing Olli. White Oils, Black
(jus, iJiencurn uus, uouen uus, Liiy nair uu
White 011 Salve, Green Lotion. Brown Lotion,
Mini liniment. Mance Ollt. Mince and Tick Di
lot Uullocks.Whlte Ointment .Got dent) intment, RUck
Ointment, Vaseline Ointment, Hoof Ointment, Hoot
Olli, Hoof Polish, ill colon Hilars - Of these
we mike terire assortment. The chief are Llaull
Sweating: Blister, Newmarket UlUei, Golden Bone
Rlliter.Cantharadlne Blister, Iodine Blister, Electric
uu nutter, uoui n uu u (iirr, caustic, very strong,
Soaps Medicated Jellv Soaps, assorted In price.
Dog coaps In variety. Horse Soaps tn variety, Sheep
and Wool Soaps, forvermlne, In variety, IJye Lotion
and Ointment a specialty of great value. Cancer
Remedies the best In ttie market Queensland Mange
iMp a specialty Cole and Gripe Drink, dark,
Blood Tonic Drink. Cough Mliture Drink, Lung
Balm Drink, Fever Drench Drlrk, Worm Drench, for
Horses, Purgative Drench, Condition Powdtrs, Alter
ative Powders, Urine Powders. Blood Powder. Worm
Powders, Astringent Ponders, At powders. Stomach
PcwdTS, Nervine Powders, Cough Powders. Purga
tive Powders, Dysentary Powders, Anthrax and
Blood Poison Powders
FOR SALE BY
G. W. MAGFARLANE,
Washington Light Co.
Walluku, July 23. A large party,
composed of ladles and gentlemen from
Mukawuo and Walluku nnd some from
Honolulu will exploro llaleakala era
ter the latter part of next week, prob
ably Saturday and Sunday.
Tbo party may visit tbo tomb of
Kuoaoliulanl, tbo great "l'u-knna," u
chief warrior of Maul of the 17tli cen
tury, for his curthly remains are now
under a mound of stones built by his
retainers. Tho npot of Ills burial U
known unto this day as "t'n o Kaouo"
at White Hill. An endeavor will bo
made to reach this spot for It Is likely
that among the party will bo ono of the
direct descendants ot the deceased hero
of savage warfare and it will be his
first visit to tho tomb of his great an
The Pioneer Wine & Liquor House
NO. 25 KING ST..
E, C. WILLIAMS
TZ 7" FIRST-CLASS
Honolulu SERVICE - -
-T ... OFFICE OPEN DAY AND NIGHT.
" Fine caskets, shrouds and robes
Parlors .TaTTT s
Flrst-clna. Embalmer from S. F.
IIZI FORI STREET LA?IE8 IN attendance.
BLCK FRONT, TEL, MAIN 179,
Walluku. July 25. Tho Baldwin
boys Harry, Frank, Arthur nnd Sam,
defeated a select Jlakawao team at
polo Saturday, July ID at tho Pala
grounds. Tho scoro was 3 to 2 In favor
of the Baldwins.
Thoso who saw tho gamo declared
that It waB ono of tho fastest, finest
games played on Maul, the team work
of tho four brothers being all that could
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY
Tho outlook for the Fifth National
Industrial Exposition at Osaka next
year Is a bright one, says the Nagasaki
Press, for all indications are of a very
gratifying Interest displayed In tha
schemo by tho merchants of foreign
countries tn addition to the Japanese
themselves. Up to June 30 the number
of applications from Intending exhibi
tors for tho allotment of space exceel-
ed 3500. Ono ot tho most prominent
features of tho Exposition will be a
great building erected by tho Osaka
Exhibitors' Association, who lfavo ap
plied for 848 tsubo of ground for tho
purpose Many of the applications
from foreign countries have been made
through tho Takata Shokal and the
Sasuga Shokal, and those Arms have
In consequenco had to secure very Jarge
spaces of ground.
Tho Japan Qnzetto sayB: In conncc
tlon with the coming exhibition nt
Osaka, tho Yokohama Exhibitors' As
soclatlon presented a petition on July
3 asking a subsidy of yen 11,231.50 to
ward Its fund, so as to Induce local
merchants and manufacturer. Of this
subsidy yen 3532.60 from the city treas
ury. Tho petition explains that the ex
penses to be Incurred In the work ol
the Association cannot bo collected
from tho exhibitors.
810 Fort Street,
Honolulu, T. H.
Victor Safe & Lock Co.
Ideal Ready Mixed
Improved Stone Filters.
And the Steel Aermotor.
Finest bottled beer sold In
Honolulu. Pure and palatable.
Has all tho tonic properties and
tho delightful flavor of the best
Family Orders Solicited.
Gomes & McTighe
93 and 95 King St
Phone Main 140.
Take Laxative Uromo Quinine Tablets.
All druggists refund the money if It
fails to cure. H. W. drove's slgnatur
Is on each box. 25 cent.
Tho Shah of Persia, who Is visiting
Emperor William, will not travel on n
lallrnad faster than eight to ten miles
an hour, nnd his suite consists largely
alt tnd wnd FREE Souvenir
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Vit y I'lcca of Hold Hated J
PwoUq h m j
Gu. fK csl
Once a 4dler on tlif Kast Side, through per
tUteiit jmsh, and grind, and overwork, Charles
muuuuay kouss, inc icw i-uk nirmiani (-nnic,
Do you want something dis
tinctive In the wall-paper lino
a pattern of unusual beautyT
It so, come and see what wo
have. Our stock of special de
signs Is very attractive.
Tho regular 1902
are as bright as a summer morn
ing and selection of pretty pat
terns Is easy.
LEWERS & COOKE,
ON CORONATION DAY,
celebrate the event
aid toast KINQ
very best wines
befit such an occasion
PUT UP IN CAN8 IN THE
Daisy Brand Cherries Can't Be Beat.
Cheaper and 'better than Import
ed fresh fruits.
L. F. STERNEMANN,
Tel. Blue 511.
FORT 8T., OPP. CLUB 8TABLES.
RELIABLE JAPANESE and CHINESE
Best ot Help Furnished on
Contract I! desired.
Office Cor, Fort and King Streets.
Tel. Blti 061.
talnet I millions an4 blind ntii, the nalty ol ee
Probably an onticlan'a adlce ami lielp, iccureJ
in tlic las t.f hi early ilruuKlei, a little glass aid
timely aJ Ice heeded, would li.e preserved Ids
tjtfcltlit for which he now vainly utters a million
The little things o! life count lor weal or woe.
Mule troubles, neglected, become Ug ones.
It's tMiy to nt'Klei i onc'a ce but It kl'Ins.
It's a small matter to hae them tested regularly
A. N. SANFORD.
Boston Building, Fort) StreeL
Over May A Co.
M. F. BERTELJVlVISS
, 16 MOVDD
To rear of old stand. Entrant s
King street. Ordeis left at either sso)
or office at John Nott's store, Klai
street, will receive prompt at'entloa.
T. W. Beardslee.
Qeo. W. Page.
O. Box TTi
BEARDSLEE & PAOP
Architects and Builder.
Offices, Elite building, Honolulu, T. 11
Sketches and Correct Kstluutes tui
nlshed on Short Notice.
OK ALL K1ND8.
Dealers in Lumber and Coal.
Alton 5fc Robinson,
Queen Btreet, Honolulu.
Kahikioni Meat Market
FRUITS AND VEGETABLES
Tetania Street Corner Alakea.
'Phone Blue 2611.
ALSO AT THH
MEAT 8TALL8 IB AND 20.
PIho English and American floods.
65 Hotel street, and
Hotsl mar Nuuunu
P.O. BOX gl. TEL WHITS gi.
AH PAT & CO.,,
125S Fort St. abovo Orpheum.
AH FAT, expert cutter, late foreman,
f, D. Tregloa'n, Suits latest styles and.,
cd fit Cleaning and reoalrlng.
Neat and Handsome Designs
Made to Order.
563 Beretanla St, Near Punchbowl.
Weekly edition of the Bulletin, 1 a.