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EVENING UULLETIN, HONOLULU. H. T.. THUItSDAY. JULY 31, 1902.
Buggies and Carriages
FOR STYLE, COMFORT
REST - THE - WORLD - OVER
G. SCHUMAN, Ltd.
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
LEWIS & CO.
1060 FORT STREET.
TWO TELEPHONES 240
Is atti active, but the real at
tincllvcncss Is the Quality
within the cans. If you have
never used S. & W. goods,
better begin now. We guar
antee them money back if
they nro not satisfactory.
Nothing could bo more fair
than this; don't you think so'
All kinds of CHOICE
FRUITS and vegetables
put up under this label aa
well as SALMON, OYSTERS,
;C5. xoM1M hi-'ss. ?p,H i OT1 tl nJL&lmm rry Tft i
iii maj w uuij
The Popular Grocery Store.
22 TELEPHONES Z
HAWAIIAN ENGINEERING AND
ENGINEERS MID CONTRACTORS,
Rooms 508-510 Stangenwald Bldg,
.Tel. Main 60. P. O. Box 537.
H. Hackfeid& Co., Ltd.
General Commission Agents.
Cor. Fort and Qurin (treats. Honolulu
.Fine Job Printing at the Bulletin office.
and Monumental Go.
176-180 KING STREET.
Note the choice we offer
the four bct machines In tho
for all make of MACHINES
See our window display
Wall, Nichols Co.,
DURABLE and ACCURATE
The Keystone Watch Case Co.
inmi-ii . PhllldelpMl.U.S.A,
America's Oldest nnd
Largest Watch Factory
For snlo by
The Principal Watch
Tools, Materials and Findings used
by Watchmakers, Jewelers and km-
drcd trades, go to
Room 303 Boston Building, over Henry
May &. Co., Fort St., near King.
Tel. Main 193.
Jobbing promptly stund U.
A. C. WALL, D.D.S.
0. E. WALL, D.D.S.
U)Te Building. Fort Btreet
Hours. 9 to 4. Telephone Main lit
COTTON BROS, fv CO
ENGINEERS AND ! !
Pita. 1D4 t.t!mtl fumlsliti (Cf it) cll
Tel. Main 249.
ROOM 30? 30ST0N BLK. Honolulu
SPECIMEN'S OF "STAQIIORN"
BKOUGUT FROM AUSTRALIA
ITS AGE COUNTS IN CENTURIES.
AN AIR PLANT EXHIBITED
AT FAIR BY R. A.
H. A. Jordan had somtt! ins unlrpio
In feir.s for thee part. rll as Haw-nil
Is In fern growth, on inhibition
at the Agricultural Fiilr. Thlts wan .1
collection of stnphorn ferns named
thus for the remnrkabl' similarity i)f',.,ini
me leases to the antlers of the deer
family. It Is an a!r plant Krnwlticr.
when attached to a wall without earth
contact. Mr. Jordan suppo" Rome
of his specimens to be from )C to 130
years old, estimated by the lmf lobes
put out. One of these appears each
year. The owner had tut exhibit
ticketed for sale and he told one
specimen for $25. He brought the
plant with him from Australia on re
turning from a recent vlilt to that
country of many natural wenden, both
of flora nnd fauna.
SUMMERS GETS SIX
Mfl IN MIL
Geo. V Summers, a ntgro was this
morning sentenced to six racnths' Im
prisonment at hard labor on the ihurgu
of vagrancy. He i leaded not guilty,
saying that he was so full of I'ciuor at
the time he was caught that - really
'did not know what he was (jlng.
Summers was caught en the night
of the 29th Inst In the reeni of a Ja
panese living in the rfli: .amp on
Vlncjnrd street. It mro that he
had pried the door optn while the oc
cupants of the room were away un.l.
having once entered, had ttnited In on
the trunk. He had secured a puise
containing some $13 and some loose
change when suddenly a Japanese.
pounced upon him.
The alarm was glen tu; faon sev
eral of the Japanese of tr. amp weie
In the room. They had ? immers sur
rounded nnd If he had tr attempted
to get away, he very probably would
have been beaten Into un onsflousness
for Japanese are not nli" people to
bump up against under . iruiinbtanccs
of the kind.
A police officer wns summoned and
Summers wns taken into custody. An
Investigation was made yecterduy and
today he appeared in the Police Cuuit.
Summers for ten yeais or to past hat
served sentences of various lengths on
charges of lnr eny. vagrac y and tbu
like. He was released from nohu Jail
only n few months ago nf'.ei having
sered n sentence for hoe breaking.
He Is well known to the poll e und has
been under surveillance er -'uce he
The Information has ccme to mem-
.hers of the Baseball I.tafeue that the
Artillery team Is anxious to cjult the
league. However, they wUh. In so do
ing, to have awnrded them their share
of the gate receipts up to the present
time. In a talk with one of tho mem
bers of the league today, be tnld: "We
are not In favor of paying any money
over to the Artillery team. They have
not played nny kind of ball and have
by no means advanced the interests of
baseball In the city. If they wnut to
quit, they can do so. but I do not be
lleve the league will consent to puying
them a cent. Of eourte. it they stloli
to tho league games to the end, they
will have to be given their money It
they deserve It or not "
At high noon today took place thc
formal transfer of the command of tho
local Naval Station from Admiral Mer
ry to Captain Whiting, who at lived
heie yesterday in the Ventura. l'hn
Naval contingent, all In full dress tint
form, attended the formal transler or
the command. Atter this had taken
place, a salute of thirteen guns vvai
Hied and the Renr Admiral's Hag, a
square blue field with too white stain
on It, was lowered and Its plneo taken
by the Senior Officers flag, a thiee
cornel ed pennant.
OLD JOKE WORKED AGAIN
Hnywards, July j;i Harold Axtell, 11
reuldent of Honolulu, who has been
attending tjie local high kc-liool for sev
eral yeais. was made the victim of u
practical Joke last Saturcny night. Ax
tell, together with S. Lumptun, Judgn
l.ced and a number of etudents from
the Stulo University, are visiting at
the Cubiro valley home of 1 11, Par
sons. Last Saturday night It was sug
gested by Parhons that the crowd go
snipe hunting. All signified their will
ingness, ami Axtell was voted to hold
the tuck. After leaving the ranch tin
crow d walked to the upper end of l.akn
Chabot, and after seven,! hours of hard
climbing over rough paths, they located
it blind canyon at the head of which
Axtell was stationed with the sack and
a lighted candle. He w.ib giveu eaieful
Instiuctlons to keep the sack open und
the caudle lighted, so th.it he could not
miss the snipe which would run into
the sack. -It was about 'J o'clock when
Axtell was left in the little dark cuu
on. nnd it was after 2 o' loc-k Sunday
morning when he tramped weaillj Into
camp to inform the eiowd that he had
waited until nearly 1 o'clock und not
hearing any snipe whittle hud letuiucd
to the ranch. He wns greatly chagrin
ed when he lenrned that ho had been
made the victim of an old and vvoinout
The Bulletin, 75 cents per month.
NAVY STATION TRANSFER
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Q. It. llerrey, money to loan.
I In j-wood Vlcl kid shoes at Jj. Man
ufactmcrs' Shoe Co.
Prlrao and Rainier beer 10 cents a
glass at the Pantheon.
1'se Crystal Spring butter. Metro
politan Meat Co. sell It.
Horses gnlore, mules, for sale. Aw
ful tlirnp. V. f. Withers, automobllo
stables, King street.
For baby carriage! and sewlnii ma
chines and stores nnd salts, call on
Horfscblaogcr Co., Ltd.
(Joiernnr Dole hating gone to the
other side of the Island, there was no
executive council meeting this morn
ing. Wrny Tnlnr last Sunday i pitched the
twenty-seioml anniversary of hc ser
vice as organist of St. Andrew's Calh-
Ulshop Heslurlck will leave Snn
rriinelrin In the steamer Peru tomor
row , due to nrilve here the following
Capt. Chris. Johnson has sold IiIk
jiirht Wlklvvlkl to Mr. Thompson, u
ninn of the city who Is going oxten
slvely Into the tlshlng hushies
The plumbers who Joined In the at
tractive elilhlt of that tiade at the,
Merchants' Fair weie. Jas Nott Jr I
V. .1. Hugland Plumbing Co.. (lebrlng1
& Iliitzkv. J. N. Shafer and K. II Hath '
Manuel Vnsconccllcw appeared in the
Police Court today on the charge ofj
malicious Injury In connection with th I
"rough houw" luelilent the other dav at!
J. .lardln's place on Puuehbowl idopes.
The ease will come up Satuiday,
Judge Itoblnson gnve n hearing Ibis
morning to a phase of Henry Smith
vs. Mary A. S. Hose et nl. und took the
matter under advisement. This after
noon he Is hearing the Injunction cai-e
or I.um Ah l.ec et nl. vs. Ah Soong et
The Inter-Island steamer Kau.il will
sail this afternoon to Knual poita on
the Mlkaluila'a run. that steamer being
laid up for the next few runs. She will
go on the mm Ine tall.vay to have her
bottom scrnped and painted and will
imdetgo general icpalis.
The Jury ttylng the ejectment cane of
John Kalkeike vs. N'alellehiia miiihIkIh
of Solomon Kulelopu, Joseph C Cohen,
IM. K. Alontgomery. Uiurence II. Dee.
Thomas Qulnii. Ucnjaniln, W. Ilough
taltlng. James K. Jleiseberg. Snml. W.
Spencer. William I.lalitnnn and M. A.
Among the passengers who departed
ror Snn Francisco thin morning In the
Klnnu were Mrs. I). It. Clark, the wife
of Captain Claik of the Wilder S. S.
Co.. and Miss Emily Clark. TJils Is the
first trip of Mrs. Clark nnd her daugh
ter to the Const, where they will re
main with friends until the Klnuu re
Most Brilliant Career
Home. .Inly 22. Curdlii.il I.edoehovv
skl. prefect of the congregation of pro
paganda of the Itoiunn Catholic church,
died this morning after a long Illness,
Cardinal l.edochowskl was out driv
ing as usual yesterday afternoon. When
his valet entered his loom ut ' o'clock
this nioiulug the Cardinal had a sud
den pntalytlc stioke and succumbed
The Pope, on learning of Catdlnal
Ledochow ski's death, was greatly dis
tressed and eclalmed: "A valiant
tighter for the i-lmrc h and religion has
gone. His memor) he blessed. '
The pontiff then knelt and pracd for
the repose of the Cunlinal's soul.
With Cardinal l.edochowskl's death.
Cardinals San Stef.ino nnd P.irncchi nifl
the mil) surviving cardinals el rated by
Pope Plus IX.
Tonight the candidates for the post
mado vacant by the cleat li of Cardlnnl
l.edochowskl are ecpial In number to
the number of hours which have elaps
ed since the Cardinal's decease. In ad
dition to Cardinal Vannutelti. Cardinal
Francis Sntolll, formerl) apostolic dele
gate to the Cnlted States, Is piomlncnt
ly mentioned us a candidate fur the pre
fecture of the congregation of the pro
paganda. He Is reputed to be n spe
cial protege of tho pontiff, whuoe power
of appointing Is absolute. It Is pointed
out that Cardinal Satolll'a thorough
knowledge of Atuerlc-uu utf.ilrs pecu
liarly Ills him for the prefectuie, the
United States Whig the most impoit
ii ut country with which the piopa
g.mda Iiuh to deal.
Cardinal l.edochowskl wns bom at
Gorki, Poland, October 20, lJ2 and
was the descendant of an llliistilin
Polish family. He left his native hind
when .veiling, went to Home nnd lu.hVd
at the Jesuit College. He was oidalncd
priest In 181.. He became nltm lit 1 to
the legation al I.Ubou and afd'iuaiil
went to Colombia. Soon attei Ills ai
rlv.il theie Ptcsldenl MoMpieia older
ed 111 m to leave Hie loimti). " l'l
return to Home he was appointed titu
lar Aichblshnp of Thelitis and wilt as
nuncio to Hruseels. whcie be leiualucil
four ienrs. He was tiuiibfericd In
ISCii to the see of (Inesen and I'osen,
which entitled him to the niimiii' of
In consequence of his resistance to
the laws enacted In Prussia against the
Catholic church he was In 1871 cast
Into prlton, where he suffered great
hardships for two years. During his
Incarceration at Ostrowa he was Miade
a Cardinal. Keleated fioni piUon ho
went to Crucovv. whero he showed him
self to hostile to Prussia that Austria
fearing an Imbroglio with Illsnurck.
ordered him to leave (lallcla. He re
turned to Home and was cordlall) le
celved by Pope Plus IX He continued
to udmlnster the affairs of hU diocese
in Home In spite of lepeated lines and
The Piusslau Kmbassdclnr at Honm
finally persuaded the Pope to give Car
dinal I.edochovvskl the ofllie of Mi-re-
tary of niemoi lal, thus nveiing in
connection with Piussla. On the death
of Caidlnnl Chlgl he was made sc-cic-tury
of InlefH, which olllce he held uiilll
his appointment as prefect or ine cou
Kiegatlon of the piop.ig.inda nenil two
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'V lVTw Is a particularly attractive one, rgr
x . Tllp material Is an extra S
N , choice piece of Hrlght Kid. jE
A The perforated vamp sets it y
off to spb-ndld nclvautaec yS
N yr . T1P ole carrle!' ,ut" tor'cl f
jJiW1'' extension edge. Jr
fej A personlflcatlon of the tpl- S
' cal Ameileau gentleman.
GOLDEN RULE BAZAAR'S
NEW BOOK LIST.
If I Wero King, by Justin McCarthy.
Tho Dark o' tno Moon," by S. H.
Tho Mnstcry of the Pacific," by A. II.
Dorothy Vernon of Haddon Hall," by
CIiuh. Majors (author of "When
Knighthood Was In Flower"),
Tho Hlazed Trail," by S. B. White.
None Hut the llravc," by II. Scars.
Tho Kcnlons," by W. D. Howclls.
Tho Strollers," by F. S. Ishnra.
'Tho Mngic Wheel," by John Strango
'The Hounds of the naskcrvlllcs," by
'The Womnn Who Dared." by Lynch.
'A House Party," edited b"y Paul Lei
Tho above aro only n "SAMPLE
LOT" of what may bo found on our
156 Hotel Street
New York Dental
Tho high class of work turned out at
tho Now York Dental Parlors every
dny counts and moro people aro realiz
ing that they can get better work and
lower prices than anywhere else.
Kach department In charge of a spe
cialist and our operators nro graduate
dentists oi the licst-rccognlzod schools
in tho U. S. o the world.
Wo have a larger stall than any oth
er dentul offlco In tho rlty; wo havo
tho best plate workers, crown and
brldgo specialists, and In fact all
branches of dentistry as practice. by
is aro strictly up to date.
Wo enn sivo you money on your den
tnl work. Wo will tell you In advance
exactly what your work will cost by a
Full Plate of Teeth $5.00
Gold Crowns 5.00
Bridge Work, per tooth 5.00
Gold Fillings 1.00
Sliver Fillings 50
All our Instruments are thoroughly
sterilized before use.
New York Dental Parlors,
Room A, I'lllo nulldtng, Hotel Street.
Ladles In Attendance.
Hours, 8 a. m. to 6 p. m,
Hundajs. 9 a. m. to 12 m.
Our Soda Water
GINGER ALE, CREAM SODA,
KOMDL, ROOT UEER, Etc.
Is Sweetened bv the u-e of pure
cane sug.ir. We u no cheap
substitute. ONE REASON
WHY OUIt HHVEHAGE8
ARETIIB ISE8T AND TUB
Prompt delivery anyw here and
everyvv here In the city and Wal
klkl. Consolidated Soda Waterworks
Telephone Main 71.
Works 601 Fort Street.
B. W. Quinn,
Patronage of Owners, Architect)
and Uulldcrs ttollclted.
sVW'fr I Li 1. iL.visw
168 Union St, Phone, Main 3941 B8Wm.ii.iiiiiB.i.i.
of tbe wonderful AL VISTA
CA.MOUA distributed free
for the asking at
Photo Supply Go
Ants do, It given the Antollno
treatment. Greatest success
attends use OT this newly dis
covered ant exterminator. If
the pests use It once they nev
er do again.
In the pantry Antollne Is
luvaluablo as It Is not a poison
but has the desired result
Motor Carriage and Machine
REPAIR AND BUILD
ALL KINDS OF : :
Safe Work of All Kinds.
Etc., Etc, Repalrsd.
UNION STREET, near Hotel.
Phone Blue 721. P. O. box lit.
J. W. 8CH0ENINQ, Manager.
The Evening Bulletin, 75 cents per
1 E. W, JORDAN
hait Junt received ex.
ALAMEDA" a full lino
of the sclchrutcd
AIho ii bl(V choice In tho
PING PONG" GAME
Conic curly and hii
No 10 Store
J. H. FISHER
i Stock and Bond Brokers.
FIRE ASSOCIATION, of PhlUd!pk!fc
WESTERN A88URANCE CO, f X
Offleet Stangenwald Bldf, Hl
chant Street Tel. Main HI
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANdB
Honolulu, JULY it, 1907.
NAME OF STOCK
7l DI4 I
C Rriwtr ft Company. J
N.S SichiDO.Co,Ll i
bwi Plantation Co $,000,000
HawaltanCom.il Su Co I mii.tjq
WBIIBD jur .o
Hooomu Sugar Co .
Honokaa Stiff Co .
Haiku Sue tr Co,
Cahuku Plantation Co
Klhtl Plant Co .Ltaj,..
ftpahulu Sugar Co
stotoa Surar Co. .
0hu Surar Co , ,
Ookatt Surar Plao. Co
Otai Su. Co.. Ltd., aai
Olowalu Company .
Paauhau Su, Plan. Co
Pac'fic Sugar Mill
Pali Plantation Co
t'rpttkto Si ear Co ...
Walalua Arn Co
Wairnra Mill Co
WlMr Steamthle Co .
it 5,00c 1
Inter-Ulan a Steam N Col
Mawa lan birctrlc Co .
Hon, Rarli T & L. Co
Mutual T1rhone Cn
Hawaiian Gov 5 per cent
H1I0R RCo. 6 per cent
nou Hap'J iranin ....
Ewa Plantat n 6 oer cent
uanu kail t.o tvr e.
Oahu PlantfMon 6 p c
Ola Plantation 6 p, c.
waiaiu Af:rcui. op,(
ICa)uku 6 per cent
Dividends C Ilrewer & Co.. 2 per
cent. Hawaiian Klectrle Co., 1-2 per
cent. Walmannlo. 2 per cent; Inter-
Island S. N. Co.. 1 per cent, Hwa, 1
STOCK AND BOND BROKER.
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANQK.
Orders for the purchase or sals o4
stocks and bonds carotuly and promii
ly executed. Loans negotiated......
Office Room 401, 4th floor. 8Unati
wild Bldg. Postofflce box 390; Tl
phone Main 331.
Halstead & Go,, Ltd
MONEY ADVANCDD ON 8UGAs
921 Fort Street
TEL, MAIN 133.
A. C. LOVEKIN,
STOCK AND BOND BROKER,
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE.
4Q3 Judd Building,
Fred. L. Waldron
F. O. Dox 553; TeJ Blue 71; Room
s, Bprecke's BulldlLf
The Bulletin, 75 cents per month.
Fort Street 3S