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EVENING BULLETIN. HONOLULU. H. T.. FRIDAY, AUGUST 1, 1902.
PROM BOO TO 1300 C. P.
Consumes ordinary KER08ENE OIL; the brightest, safest and
cheapest light known to science.
LAMPS RENTED, by the month, week or day, and for Bpcctal
Mantles of all descriptions on hand.
Sole Agents 'for the Underwood Fire Extinguishers
suitable for stores and residences; a child can handle them, and
are always ready for action.
EPWORTH ACETYLENE GA8 GENERATORS, LAMP8, Etc.
Also agents for the COLUMBIA TALKING MACHINE.
Fpr further particulars Inquire of
WASHINGTON LIGHT CO.,
' C. W. MACPARLANE, Manager
f i ii Tji7iifflfMiNiiiiTii WffHn' sv
Hawaiian Iron Fence
TELEPHONE MAIN 287.
Albert V. Gear, President
THE HONOLULU INVESTMENT CO,, LTD.
Capital Stock, $100,000.00
GENERAL IN8URANCE, REAL E8TATE
AND FINANCIAL AGENT8
Judd Building, Merchant Ctreet Side.
Two persons for ten days
Three persons tor ten days
Four persons for seven days
Four persons for ten days
Ask for them cheerfully tent on
LEWIS & CO.
1060 FORT STREET.
240 TWO TELEPHONES
ja attractive, but tho real at
tractiveness Is the quality
within tho cans. lfyouhae
never used S. & W. goods,
better begin now. Wo guar
antee them money back If
they aie not satisfactory.
Nothing could be moro fair
than this; don't you think so'f
All kinds of CHOICE
FRUITS and vegetables
put up under this label ns
well as SALMON, OYSTERS,
H. May & Co.,
The Popular Grocery 8tore.
22 TELEPHONES 24
HAWAIIAN ENGINEERING AND
ENGINEERS AND CONTRACTORS.
Rooms 508-510 Stangenwald Bldg.
Tel. Main 60. P. 0. Box 537,
H. Hackfeid& Co., Ltd,
General Commission Agents.
Cor. Fort and Qufin trt. Honolulu
Fine Job Printing at tHe Bulletin of-flee.
and Monumental Go.
176-180 KING STREET.
Emmett May, Secretary.
HONOLULU, H. T.
Note the choice we otter
the toup best machines In the
for all make of MACHINES
8ee our window display
Wall, Nichols Co.,
DURABLE and ACCURATE
The Kcj stone Watch Case Co.
America's Oldest and
Largest Watch Factory
For solo by
The Principal Watch
Tools, Materials and Findings used
by Watchmakers, Jewelers and kin
dred trades, go to
Room 303 Boston Building, over Henry
May & Co., Fort St., near King.
Tel. Main 193.
Jobbing promptly .iindM U.
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Lore Building, Fort Street.
Hours, 8 to 4. Telephone Main II
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Punt io4 itlmt lurolih.1 lor ill clti.i.
Tel. Main 245.
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COURT MARTIAL WHERE
LIEUT. BROWN OF ENGINEER
CORPS REPRIMANDED FOR
CALLING HIM OUT LOST
(From Manila Freedom.
First Lieutenant L)tle Drown, Kngl
neer Corns. U. S. A., was tried by a
general court-martial, of which Lleu
Col. Dald Cralgle. Thirteenth Infant
try, was president, and Captain Arthur
Conkltn, Artillery Corps, was" Judge
advocate. The following are the pro
ceedlngs as set forth in general orders
by General Chaffee:
Charge 1 Assault and battery, to
the prejudice of good cider aud mill
tary discipline, In violation of the six
ty-eccond Article of War.
Specification In that First Lleuten
ant Lytlo Brown, Corps cf Engineers
U. S. Army, on the 3d day of April,
1902, In the city of Manila, lBland of
Luzon, V. I., then and there being, did
wilfully and maliciously, without Just
cause or provocation, assault one
Charles O. Zlegenfuss, a resident of
the said city of Manila, by striking and
heating him, the said Zlegenfuss on
the face with his, the said Drown'
clenched fists, thereby knocking out
two of his, tho said Zlegtnfuss', teeth,
and did kick and Jump upon tho Bald
Zlegenfuss, with the feet of him, the
said Drown, and the e&ld Drown did
then and there beat, bruise, wound
and otherwise 111 treat him, the said
Zlcgenfuss, and did caute him tho
said Zlegenfuss to suffer gnat bodily
pain and anguish.
Chargo 11 Conduct unbecoming an
officer and a gentleman, in lolatloti of
tho Sixty-second Article o! war.
Specification In that First Lleuten
ant Li tie Drown, Corps of Engineers,
U. S. Army, did on the 3d day of April,
1S02, without lnltat!on or notice. en
ter the residence of Charles O. Zlegcn
fuss, In the city oi Madia, and did tall'
the said Zlegenfuss from ma ucu, anu
did then and there, without Just cause
or proocatton, unlawfully, wilfully.
and maliciously nksault the said .leg
enfuss, by striking him, the said Zleg
enfuss, with his, the said Drown's,
clenched lists, and the said Drown did
then and there otherwise best, bruise,
wound and HI treat the said Zlcgenruss.
knocking out two of the teith of the
This In the prtsence of an officer
ot the Army and In the presence ot
American and native citizens,
l'lea Not guilty.
Of the specification, first charge-
Guilty, except the words, "without Just
cause or provocation." "and did Kick
and Jump upon the said Zlegenfu-.s
with the feet of him, the said Drown,
and the said Drown did then and
there otherwise beat, bruise, wound
and otherwise lll-trtat him, tho said
Zlegenfuss," and "great" and "and an
guish"; ot the excepted words. rot
Of the first charge Qullty.
Of the specification, second charge
Guilty, except the words "without in
vitation or notice," without Just causo
or provocation," and "and the said
Drown did then and thera otiurwiso
beat, bruise, wound and 111 treat the
Bald Zlegenfuss," substituting there
for tho word "thereby." and of the
oironted words. Not guilty, of the
substituted word Guilty."
Of tho second charge Not guilty,
but guilty of conduct to tho prejudice.
of good order and unitary discipline,
And tho court does thereforo sen
tence him. First Lieutenant I.) tie
llrown. Engineer Corps, U. H. A., io
bo reprimanded in orders by tho ro
The remarks of the reviewing
thorlty arc as follows In this case
It appears that the accused, First Lieu
tenant Ltle Drown. Engineer Corps,
U. S. A., taking offence at what, under
a strained construction, might be re
garded as a veiled accusation against
his official Integrity, appearing nnd be
ing repented In a dally paper publish
til In Manila, conceived It to bo Incum
bent upon him to seek redress by per
sonally assaulting the editor of Bald
In giving effect to the too lenient
sentence of the court, Lieutenant
Drown Is reminded that the first quail
fkatlon of good citizenship consists In
seruptilousl) refraining from a viola
tion of the law under which ho lives,
either in Its letter or spirit.
Having elected the play tho part ot
the law breaker. Lieutenant Diown
will doubtless learn In time that his
tnelliod of securing personal tedress
,a.n emnrtinc unacr uuiuisu ciu
cism, Inscpaiablo from public lfs, can
not lead to enviable notoriety, much
U-HH to honorablo distinction among oi
fleers and gentlemen.
A Japanese working for tho Rev. O.
L. I'eauon was very batiiy injureu in
collision jesterday. He was riding a
blcjclo ami ran Into homethlng. The
people at the hospital, uo noi ku
how the iiccldcnt happened and Inquiry
at the house failed to bring forth any
definite Information. At all events, It
lg lciiown that the man was riding a
blcjclo and that the accident resulted
In a fractured skull, making an opera
tion ,!,. ksnrv. The Inluied man I
reetlnts quietly hut there Is no certnlntj
as )U whether he will llvo or die.
The steamer Ke Au Hou hail mosi
unusual luck In the fibbing Hue on hei
last trip t Kauai. On tho run between
Kllauea and Hanalcl no less than live
big uluas were caught on two lines
The fishes rose rapidly to the hook
from the clear, rocky bottom, the place
being a splendid fishing ground. Of
the flKhes caught, tho largest weighed
over eighty pounds and the smaller
ones something over forty.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Q. H. Derrey, money to loan.
For baby carriages and sewing ma
chines and stoves and safes, call on
Hoffschlaegcr Co., Ltd.
A dividend Is due and pajablo to
the stockholders of the I.-I. S. X. Co ,
Ltd Sec New Today.
John J. 8ltva, of Eleele. and J. P.
Itodrlgues. of Fort street, aro leaving
by the Mlowera on a trip to Europe
and expect to be back In November.
Manilla Lager Is not brewed at Ma
nlla. I'. I but at Dobbs Terry. N. Y
by Manilla Dros. A taste wilt convince
j on that It Is the best In the market.
Will Hanna, better known as
"Mark." left for tho Orient In the Nip
pon Maru esterday to enrve out a for
tune for himself. A number of his
friends were on the wharf to say good
bo to htm.
Tho meeting of the Hut KuoKoa for
the purpose of naming men to be sent
out on the vailous Islands and making
arrangements for the convention will
be held In Foster hall this evening
Every man of the new part Is expect
ed to be present.
The Union Express Co. sent up IU
heavy drays to the top of Punchbowl
this forenoon for tho purpose of remov
ing the cannon from there to the honn
o( Prince Jonah Kalanlanaole at Pua
lellanl, according to the action of tho
Governor's Council a short time ago.
This Is quite a bog Job and will prob
ably take until nightfall to complete.
Work on the extension of the Rapid
Transit Co.'a lines from the present end
of tho Wilder avenue route to a con
nection with the line out King street,
will begin next week. The stringing
of the trolley wire along the lextenslon
from the Walklkl turn to McCully
street on King. Is now going on and
the present calculations are that cars
will in running on the extension during
the early part of next week.
Frank Woodbrldge. better known as
"String," left for the Orient In the
Nippon Maru jesterday, taking with
him at least $600 belonging to M. Phil
lips & Co. The voting man was in
financial difficulties and chose this
method of freeing himself. It Is be'
lleved by his friends that he will enter
Into business In some place In the
Orient and when he has nude up the
deficiency, will repay what he has tak
The steamer Ke Au Hon arrived
from Kauai ports this morning at 4-03
o'clock with Gil bags rice and 14 pkgs
sundries. Purser Deverlll gives the fol
lowing report of the trip: "The Flint
was at Makawell taking on freight. She
has about 1G.1C0 bags on board. Tho
Hall was at Ahuktnl. Choppy sea and
strong NE winds crossing the channel
on outward trip. Smooth seas and light
NE wind crossing the channel on in
ward trip. The following sugar was
left at Kauai ports ready for shipment:
Mak., 300 bags, and G. & II , 630.
The following Items of Interest per
taining to the Bo)s' Brigade arc taken
from the Friend pf August:
No successor for Mr J. D. Waldron
lias been secured, ulthougli the Bri
gade Is In correspondence with Mr. I".
SI. lloblnson of the International Com
mlttee of the V SI. C A., and some
excellent men have been suggested.
Among the other things at a stand
still In tho ton u at present Is tho Ilojs
Brigade field. Several times has It
seemed that completed grounds were
almost an assured fact, and as often the
financial problem has been apparently
unsolvable. The Klre Claims have
awaided $1000 on a claim of over 11300
for the building In tbo Kaumakaplll
grounds, In view of the fact that tho
Commission has cut down almost
ever) thing, the Brigade has less to
complain of than It otherwise would,
especially since voucners for ever
Item covering the entire claim having
been presented. Though when It Is
considered that the building was Just
a month old and during the greater
portion of that time had been occupied
by tho Board of Health as a freo ten
ant, the Justice of our claim seems
well nigh bejond criticism. Added to
the above Is the furthei fact that affi
davits are obtainable to the statement
of the Board of Health that the build
ing should be returned In ns good shape
ns It was taken "even If we have to
build another." It was n very cheap
disinfecting and fumigating plant for
the Board of Health at the low prices
which the v outliers Indicated.
The Industrial part of the Boys" Brl
jade work Is not all at a standstill. In
the first place n move was necessitated
bv the governments widening of Kins
street, and the buildings were carried
back twentv feet or moie. Within there
Is activity, too Mr Oeer Is carrying
on his general order department with
considerable sum em. Just who Is ti
have chargo of the carpentry classet
another )ear, has not yet been deter
mined. ACROSS THE CONTINENT.
Washlnston, July 23. Mrs, O V
Dorun of Newport News, Va.. In man's
attire and riding her wheel astride, will
leave that city the first of next month
to accompany her husband on a blcjcle
trip to San Francisco, which city thoy
expect to reach early in DecemDer
They are Danes and were married
about a year ago. coming to this coun
try two months later, the husband go
ing to work In a shlpvard, ijels taking
the trip for his health. Tint couple are
Wallaceltes, They eat no meat of anj
kind. They will carry one extra wheel
READY FOR THE CALL.
The Y. M C. A. seems to find plen
ty of new plurcs to take Its little oi
gan and band of speakers for gospel
song services ret Sunday at i
o'clock the) have pet mission to camp
down In the shad) back yaid of Ceil
tial Hie Station, whore, unless soiuo
one Is so Inconsiderate as to pull In
in alarm the) expect a gathering ot
filemen and citizens. A number ol
speakers will have a few woids to sa
on tho subject
lieady for the Call,
J to Duty, Danger or Reward."
1 Shoe Store
Suiit ! ii ij .& '. '.! "A -!i Ki 1i & ,0? AH "AT ".
GOLDEN RULE BAZAAR'S
NEW BOOK LIST.
-If I Were King, by Justin McCarthy.
"Tho Dark o' tne Moon," by S. II.
"The Mastery of the Pacific." by A. IL
"Dorothy Vernon of Haddon Hatl," by I
Chas. Majors (author of "When
Knighthood Was In Flower").
"Tho Dlazed Trail," by S. E. White.
"Nono Dut the Brave." by IL Sears.
"The Kenlons." by W. D. Howells.
"The Strollers." by P. S. Isham.
iThe Magic Wheel," by John Stranga
"Tho Hounds of tho Daskervllles," by
"The Woman Who Dared," by Lynch.
"A House Party," edited By Paul Lei
The above are only a "SAMPLE
LOT" ot what may be found on our
156 Hotel Street
New York Dental
Tho high class ot work turned out at
the New York Dental Parlors every
day counts and more people aro realli
lag that they can get better work and
lower prices than anywhero olso.
Hach department In, charge of a spe
cialist and our operator's are graduate
dentists of the best-recognltod schools
In tho U. S. or the world.
We have a larger staff than any oth
er dental office In tho rlty; wo have
the best plate workers, crown and
brldgo specialists, and In fact all
branches of dentUtry as practiced by
is aro strictly up to date.
Wo can save you money on your den
tal 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 Filling 1.00
Silver Fllllngi 50
AH our Instruments are thoroughly
sterilized before use.
New York Deiital Parlors,
Room 4, Elite Building, Hotel Street.
Ladles In Attendance.
Hours, 8 a. m. to 6 p. m.
Sundavs, 9 a. m. to 12 m.
Our Soda Water
GINGER ALE, CREAM SODA,
KOM1JL, ROOT UEER, Etc.,
Is sweetened bv the use of pure
cane suiir. We u: no cheip
substitute. ONE REASON
WHY OUR BEVERAGES
ARE THE BEST AND TUB
Prompt delivery anyw here and
everyw here In the city and Wal
klkl. Consolidated Soda Waterworks
Telephone Main 71.
Works 601 Fort Street.
B. W. Quinn,
Patrenafie ot OwnerH, Architects
and Builders solicited.
1 1168 Union St. Phone, Main 394
This "HANAN" welt sole tuat
Is a particularly attractive one.
The material Is an extra
cholco piece of Drlght Kid.
Tho perforated vamp sets It
off to splendid advantage.
The solo carries tho correct
A personification of tho typi
cal Ametlcan gentleman.
of tbo wonderful AL. VI8TA
CAM UP. A distributed freo
fop the asking at
Photo Supply Go
Ants do, If given tho Antollne
treatment. Oreatcst success
'attends use at this newly dis
covered ant exterminator. It
the pests use It once they nev
er do again.
In the pantry Antollne la
Invaluable as It Is not a poison
but has the desired result.
Honolulu Drug Store
Motor Carriage and Machine
REPAIR AND BUILD
ALL KINDS OF : :
Safe Work ot Alt Kinds.
Etc. Etc.. Repaired.
UNION STREET, near Hotel.
Phone Blue 721. P. O. box lit
J. W. SCHOENINQ. Manager.
The EvenTng Bulletin, 75 cents per
E. W. JORDAN 1
lion Just received ex.
"ALAMEDA" a lull line ;3j
ol the celebrated
Also a 1)1(1 choice In tho -f
"PING PONG" GAME
tj Come enrly nnd save J
fc bclnii dtsiippnlnted. "
E No 10 Store g;
Fort Street 3'
J. H. FISHER
Stock and Bond Brafcax.
FIRE ASSOCIATION, of PhUtaSttstto,
WESTERN ASSURANCE CO, B
chant Street Tel, ktfq KC
HONOLULU STOCK EXCttANie
Honolulu, AUGUST x, rj
NAME OF STOCK jjfj'j'j f? 81 i
C. Brtwtr JtCoMpiay. ,anoM iw c . ..
H S 5icbtDQ.Co.LH 6o(oor M m
IB, Km Co., Ll. iooo So iv
Bwt Plantation Co i,ooo,oot k tCU
HtvttitnAcTlculturilC i,eoo,ooc ) i j
HiwiilinCcm ASuCo .Ji'.ty; "a 1 .?
Hawtlitn Suftr Co t.ooo.ooc tSi
HonoBU Sugar Co f 50,00c oc .. . m
HofiokaaSur'f Co 000,00c t ,,
Hatku Sugar Co.., joo.oot toy H,
Cahuka Plantation Co yjx " tWfc
ClbtlPlantCo.U,.. t.ojo.ooo 9 C j
Klaahulg Surr Co. 160,000
CoMa Surar Co )ot.ooo ...
HcBryd5uCo.,U.... 1 oo,oo4 n .,
0hu Surar Co , .. 1600,00c ta .. a
CHoma SugarCo. ... 1 ,000,000 n1 - .,.,
Ookala Surar Plan, Co vm.000 n f.
Olaa Su. Co , LU . at 1 lAf.ouc k -j
OlaaSuCo.Lti pi up joo.oot ad
Olowtla Company ijoooc 10c ,. n
PaauhauSu Plan Co j 000,00c y. , a.
Pacific Sugar Mill, 500.000 toe .. M
Pali Plantation Co tjo,ooe ioc( .... ,
Pfpwkeo Si gar Co To,ooo loci v,
Plonwr Mill Co .? jo.ooo 10c
fValalua AgTl Co,,.. 4,y,ooo too ....
WallukuSuear Co ,,.. r,ooc too rim
WaltnanaloSuear Co asa.ooo too tjrth
Waimea Mill Co 115,000 xt ,.,., Vl
yrlldSUamhlpCo . 100.000 iJ. .. .
lnter-lilan4StaroNCo S S ..!, T
Haw Ian Electric Co, ioolooo xod .. 7.
aitv r k. w ... ,000,000 lOOf p
Hiwitlan Oov ptr cent 4 r
HlloRRCo 6r"Ctlt I oa
Hon Hirll Tranlt .
Ei Plantat n 6 r.r c.t m
Othu R & L Co per c A
OaNu Pltntolon 6c .1 ..
Oln PUnUllon 6 p. c i- 4
Wiutua Atr'cul. 6 p. c 4 -1 ax:
Kihuku 6 per cent...... J ... I -
Sales IS i:a, J2I 5U; 17 Zsri, UKr
M; CO i:a, $21.50.
Dividend Wallukti. 1M prr crmi.
A Well-Meant Suggestion.
When from your love you put is aires:
One little tip for our ronsIAenUnc:
Don't say au revolr, nor )et ixl -fcJeJt-
Unless you'ro sure of the j7Enoa&
elation, Sun Sit.
STOCK AND BOND BROKER.
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANOA
Orders for the purchaso or state Est
stocks and bonds carefuly tai rnuasjt
ly executed. Loans nesolUtai......
Office Room 401, 4th floor, tlisjei
wald Bldg. Postoffica boK IM; Ts4
phone Main 331.
Nalstead & Co., Ltd
MONEY ADVANCED OS SUGJJfc
921 Fort Street
TEL. MAIN US.
Fred. L. WaldroR
P. O. Box 653; Te) Dine Til;
e, BprackeU BulldlLi.
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