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HVENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU. H. T., TUESbAY. AUOUST 5, 1902.
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FROM SOO TO 1200 C. P.
Consumes ordinary KEROSENE OIL; the brightest, safest and
cheapest light known to science.
LAMPS RENTED by tho month, week or day, and for special
Mantles of all descriptions on hand.
Sole Agents for the Underwood Fire Extinguishers
BUltable for stores and residences; a child can handle them, and
aro always ready for action.
. EPWORTH ACETYLENE GAS GENERATORS, LAMPS, Etc.
Also agents for the COLUMBIA TALKING MACHINE.
For further particulars lnqutro of
WASHINGTON LIGHT CO.,
C. W. MACFAHLANE, Manager
We carry the
largest stock In
the city and lead
with 400 sales
during the post
LINCOLN BLOCK, KING STREET, NEAR ALAKEA
H. B. IIENDRICK, Proprietor
Albert V. Gear, President
THE HONOLULU INVESTMENT CO,, LTD.
Capl'.al Stock, $100,000.00
GENERAL INSURANCE, REAL E8TATE
AND FINANCIAL AGENT8
Judd Building, Merchant Street Side.
Two persons for ten days
Three persons for ten days
Four persons for seven days
Four persons for ten days
them cheerfully sent on
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Is attractive, but tho real at
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Nothing could be more fair
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All kinds of CHOICE
FRUITS and vegetables
put up under this label as
well as 8ALMON, OYSTERS,
H. May & Co.,
The Popular Grocery 8tore.
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HAWAIIAN ENGINEERING AND
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Rooms 508-510 8tangenwald Bldg.
Tel. Main 60. P. O. Box 637.
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General Commission Agents.
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"' . uiiOUuJCIi.liiritCM.
Before you buy
Emmett May, Secretary.
HONOLULU, H. T.
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the four best machines In the
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See our window display
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FOR H Mill
The Portuguese political club held a
meeting In San Antonio hall last night
at which It was decided to hold a big
mass meeting on the afUrnoon of Sun
day, August 17. Speakers from the
Portuguese colony will at -that tlmo
point out the necessity of concerted
action If Improved conditions arc to bo
There was qulto a large attendance
at last night's meeting. J. M. Cnniarn
was In the chair and he made the an
nouncement that the committees Inter
ested In the canvassing of the city, tho
executive and canvassing committees,
would get together Wednesday even
ing for the purpose of considering plans
for enlisting all Portuguese In the
city In the movement, the question be
ing the districting of the city and tho
determining of the course to be fol
lowed. II. Correa opened the discussion, say
ing that It would be wise to hold such
a meeting as the one propiced, In I.usl
tana hall, as'thls was the most central
place. The proposal was indorsed by
M. A. Sllva and Rev. Durao. The meet
ing will be extensively advertised and
will be held on the afternoon of the
17th, as already stated.
The business of the muting having
been completed, M. A. Sllva made thi
Mr. Chairman and Fellow Members:
In my mind, the purpose for which this
club was organized has been fully un
derstood by our membeis and the com
munity at large. We have thereby
gained one point In making It bo un
derstood. Now then, that we ore aware of what
Is expected from us, the question
arises: Are we the proper material to
accomplish that purpose? (Yes, es,
1 hear what I expected, and with yon
I claim that we are the tqual of any
handful of men who have In the past
done great deeds from which their
country and people have bun greatly
Knowing this, and It being evident
to us that our colony Is In need of our
services, are we to shirk or respond
to this sacred duty?
Respond we must, It would be cow
ardly to do otherwise. The necessity
of this organization Is to great that
we "the self-styled" flower of our col
ony, cannot honorably shut our eyed
to the opportunity -which I; before us
today. Let us then, as one, take ad
vantage of It, resohe within ourselves
to tramp down beneath our feet what
ever obstacles may be put In our way,
and without fear, let us set stop until
we reach the very goal.
This club has been felt as a factor In
the political field of this Territory, and
at this cry minute we are being
watched very closely by men who long
ago realized that the "Portuguese Col
ony" could be strong enough to turn
the tide of politics; but they also know
that we can not l t any figure as long
as we are separated. Wby shouldn't
we, then, have that "union" which has
been lacking for the last twenty years?
Gentlemen. In that small word of
five letters, "union," lies the secret ot
our success. Let us, then, ttilve for it,
because It is our strength. It Is our
Influence, It Is our bread and salvation
and to us the first "Portuguese Politi
cal Club" of this Territory is given this
great problem to solve. Are we com
Yes, 1 bellee we are; but It remains
to be seen. Therefore let us one and
all prove It beyond a doubt.
Gregarlo Ablll, a Porto Rlcau who
has had previous dealings with the
police, appeared In the Pollco Court
this forenoon on the charge ot larceny
In the second degree. The defendant
waited examination and was commit
ted to the Circuit Court tor trial.
It appears that on one night last
week a Japanese went Into one of tho
Porto Rlcan houses of Ill-fame In Iwl-
lei. He went to sleep In one of the
rooms and while he was slumbering
quietly somoone went through his
pockets and secured J150 In goiu to
gether with a small sum In silver.
The matter was reported at tho po
lice station and Detective Kaapa Bet to
work on the case. He had absolutely
nothing to work on, but knowing that
Gregorlo occupied the next room to tho
one In which the Japanese was robbed,
he set out on this track. Fortunately,
It proved to be the right ono.
Gregorlo was arrested for investiga
tion and his room and person were
carefully searched for a possible clue.
Nothing was found.
Uron arrival at the pollco station, a
more careful search waB made and In
the Porto Rlcan's shoes was found tho j
money lost by the Japanese.
Yee Chin, Spar Lum, Tom Hee, dial
Kec. Yee Ping. Tons Wal, Clmns Kee,
and Tone Kl, co-partners doing uusl-
ness togetner unuer me nrm naiuu ui
Wo Sing & Co., have hrought suit
against the Oceanic Steamship Co. for
the recovery ot jm.50 alleged to iw
due them for the Iobs of a box of dry
goods and the like.
The plaintiffs claim that on octoner
11, 1901, 110 boxes of goods wero ship
ped from San Francisco to Honolulu
In tbe Alameda and In tho name at Wo
Sing & Co. A bill ot lading calling for
this number of boxes Is now In posses
sion of the Chinese firm. However,
only 139 boxes havo been turned oor
and hence tho suit,
It Is stated that the loss was not oc
casioned by fire or the dangers of navl
gallon or by collision, but by and, in
consequence of tho gioss negligence
and carelessness ot tho defendants and
Its agents and servants.
Finding Fault With Him.
She Do you know what I'd do If you
should try to kiss me?
He No; why?
"Oh, nothing; only you don't secro
to have any curiosity." Smart Set.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Q. H. Berrcy, money to loan.
Horses bought, sold and exchanged
W. 3. Withers.
Reward Is offered for return of a bay
horse lost at Maklkl.
The place to get pure Kona coffee Is
at C. J. Day's grocery.
Dr. and Mrs. Walters are now guests
at the Hawaiian hotel.
Prlmo and Rainier beer 10 cents a
glass at tho Pantheon.
A mortgagee's notice of foreclosure
and sale appears In this Issue.
The weekly edition ot the Evening
Dutletln gives a complete summary ot
the news of the day.
For baby carriages and sewing ma
chines and stoves and safes, call ot
Hoffschlacgcr Co., Ltd.
Richard II. Trent has petitioned
Judge Humphreys for license to prac
tlce In the District courts.
The Mauna I in Is at present llng
at the Oceanic wharf putting her en
tiro cargo of sugai. C''OO bags alto
gcther. Into tho Andrew Welch.
Solomon Tojo and Annie Delacruz
were arrested yesterday on the charge
of adultery. Their case came up In
the Police Court tl. forenoon but was
continued until tomorrow.
An amendment to tho article of In
corporation of the Hawaiian Agrlcul
tttral Company has been filed, provid
ing for an Increase ot the capital stock
from $1,000,000 to $l,500,noo.
Marshal K. It. Hendry went to Wal
mea. Hawaii, today to release from
attachment In bankruptcy the store of
Akona, who has made a composition
with his complaining creditors.
The best the market alTotds at the
most reasonable prices. Tho Palace
drill meals and service can't be beat
Family dinners In private rooms a spe
cialty. Palace Grill, Bethel street.
Prince Jonah Kalanlanaolc will
leave In the Mauna l.oa for Walluku
on Friday and will be there for the
races next, week. During his stay he
will work In the Interests of the 1 1 ill
KtioKoa. From Maul the Prince will
P'iliably go to Hawaii.
.nig the arrivals from Kona, Kau
and Maul ports In the Mauna l.oa to
day were tho following: W. C. Decr-
eux. W. C. Crook. W. W. Chamberlain.
Mr. and Mrs. II. A. lllgetow, Mrs. J. D.
Paris, Hcv. F. Kltz. W. a. Scott. W. H.
Cornwcll. Judge Kcpokal, A. A. Bray
roer and A. Hanebcrg.
Among the departures for Hllo and
way ports In the Claudluc today wero
the following: Mrs. A, S. Parke, Miss
J. S. Parke. W. O. Smith, W. C. Parke.
Dr. W. H. -Mays, .Mrs. F. M. Wakefield.
Mrs. F. J. Amwcg, C, W. Ashford, Au
gust Ahrens, Miss I'. Richardson, Mrs,
C. E. Richardson. W. O. Walker. O. A.
Jordan. II. K. Damon, F. 1). Damon,
J. T. McCroison, Capt. J. Ross, Rev.
W. E. Edmond and Rev. J. E. Kcklpl.
m MM FEU
A pretty diving feat was wlttncsscd at
tho lutcr-Islaud wharf this morning.
The steamer Mlkahala Is at present
lying at that wharf, whetc she Is un
dergoing a thorough repairing. This
morning the rudder lud to be taken up
on terra ftrmu to be furnished with now
Iu order to disconnect the rudder It
wus necessary to tend n dlcr down
and a native man did the work without
any appatatus whatever as well as u
piofesslonal diver tould have done It
He dove fur down and got hold of the
rudder, staying tinder the water for
such surprising!) lung Intervals that h
secured the admiration of all who saw
At a meeting of the Mould of Educa
tion t -lis morning, tbu following as
signments of teachers were made:
Pntugiiene School M. Mapuana
Smith, from Kalutanl; Helen C. Smith,
ftom Kalulaul; Jennie Nielsen, from
Kalulanl School Kate Mclntyre,
from Royal; Aimer Mossman. from
Royal; Elenor Plres, formerly of Por
Royal School Sadie Mcl-aln, from
Practice School; Mrs. I,. P. Marques,
formerly of Portuguese School; Ada
Lycctt, for new room.
Kallbl-uka School Johanna Ncvci.
Normal certificate, vltu Nielsen.
Haaheti School Franc Eaton, vlco
Miss Ellen R. Pierce, resigned.
Kalwli.1 School J. Kuhns. lco D.
Walplu Skhool D. II. Kuhus, vlco J.
Kiiupo School Annie K. Pntsen
Cluing, Normal certificate, vice Miss
Mm la Pllkol. resigned.
Kapaa Hrhonl Mollle Alolau, Nor
mal certificate;, vlco Mrs. Knill.i Hart;
Hnsi Aollau, Normal certificate, vlco
du Sllva. transfcrird to Kiikulliaele,
Kllaiien School Mary Yoshlokil.
Vnrmal r-.trHfl, fltn vlr. All..,. II Pu.net
( Hanapepe Hrll00, Janet Ha8(l0i
Norraal ccrtficato. additional teacher.
Will Of II, F, WE
11, A. isenberg, acting Imperial Ger
man Consul, has filed a petition or
pinbate of the will of tho lato II. F,
Glade, who died In Berlin, Germany,
on January 1, 1902, leailng personal
property In the Territory of Hawaii
consisting of 10." S shares Pioneer Mill
Co. and ROD preferred shares In II.
Hackfeld & Co., Ltd.. of a total alua
tlon of $118.70. In the will the widow,
Clara W. P. Glade, and her heirs and
assigns forever wero named as de
visees and legatees, and Paul Isenberg
and J. I''. Hackfeld as executors, The
will was executed In Honolulu en Sep
tember 2S, 188:', 111 presence of K, Mill
ler, C. Ilosso and Cecil Drown, when the
testutor wus of tho uge of 33 years.
Emperor William has turned over
several hundred souvenirs of the trip
of I'rlnco Henry to the United States
to the llohenzollcrn Museum,
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GOLDEN RULE BAZAAR'S
NEW BOOK LIST.
"If I Were King," by Justin McCarthy.
"Tho Dark o' tne Moon," b)lS. R.
"The Mastery of the Pacific," by A. R.
"Dorothy Vernon of Haddon Hall," by
Chas. Majors (author ot "When
Knighthood Was In Flower").
"Tho Biased Trail," by S. E. White.
"None But the Brave." by !!. Sears.
"Tho Kcnlons," by W. D. Howella.
"Tho Strollers." by F. B. Isham.
"Tho Magic Wheel," by John Strange
"Tho Hounds of the Baskcrvlllcs," by
"The Woman Who Dared," by Lynch.
"A Houso Party," edited Gy Paul Lei
Tho abovo are only a "8AMPLE
LOT" of what may bo found on our
156 Hotel Street
Make a Good
By having your photo
taken. My work la
of the highest quality
and price, reasonable
J. J. Williams,
Take elevator In Boston Block.
LOTS FOR SALE
In Kaplolanl Park
Addition and n
187 MERCHANi STREET.
by Miss Ella Dayton
Euj, Corner ot Beretanla Avenue
and Punchbowl Street.
All Work Done by Hand
LACE CURTAINS A 8PECIALTY.
J. ABADIE, Proprietor.
Telephone Blue 3552.
MISTOOK THE PARRO FOR A BIRD.
At a Utile dinner the other night a
wuger W4s laid that Marshall P. Wil
der, the entertainer, could not tell
fifty parrot stories In succession. He
.did It without turning a feather, and bo
many of them wero new that tho man
who enmc away and told about It could
remember only one.
It wus of the parrot which escaped
through a window and perched In a
tree. Tho owner's efforts to capture It,
even with a butterfly net, were in vain.
Ho stood at the bottom of the tree
swearing at the bird, when an Irish
man came uloug,
"What Is the matter?" demanded Pat.
"I can't catch that darned bird," said
the man. "and here Is a dollar for tlta
man who can."
"I inn the man." cried Pat, and lis
started up tho tree.
As he climbed from branch to branch
the parrot did the same. Finally they
neared tho top, and tho branches heenn
to wobble dangerously. The parrot
was motcil to speech.
"What tho devil do you want?" It
"I beg your pardon," cried Pat, al
ready half way down tho tree. "I
thought you was a bird."
Successful Candidate I shan't for
get the promises In vlrtuo of which 1
havo heen elected.
I'olltlcnl Manager That's right.
Dear them In mind. With a lllthi
brushing up they'll prolmhly elect yi.ii
n gal ii. Puck.
When the ark wab Just over Genoa
Mrs. Noah hurst forth at poor Noah,
"Who's this Joan of Arc?
You are keeping her dark!"
"Oh. no, I don't know her," said Noah,
WELT SOLE LACE BOOT
Is nothing less than a beauty.
It bears all the marks of aristocracy
has all tlio up-to-date Matures and
helps even pretty feet to look better.
of tbe wonderful AL VISTA
CAM BR A distributed free
for the asking at
Photo Supply Go
Ants do, If given the Antollne
treatment Greatest success
attends use 0? this newly dis
covered ant exterminator. If
the pests use It once they nev
er do again.
In tho pantry Antollne Is
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 : :
Bafa Work ot All Kinds.
' Typewriter, tfhonotTaphi,
Etc, Etc., Rapalrad.
UNION STREET, n.ar Hot.l.
Phona Blue 721. p. o. box lit,
J. W. 8CHOENINQ. Marag.r.
The EvenTng Bulletin, 75 cents per
E. W. JORDAN
hna Just received ex.
"ALAMEDA" a full lino
ot the celebrated
Also a big choice la the
PING PONG" GAME
Come enrly anil si
No 10 Store
J. H. FISHER
Stock and Band Brtfacc.
FIRE ASSOCIATION, of Ptttfn&tMM
WESTERN AS8URANCE CO, rt
Offices Stangenwald Bkff Weft
chant Street Tel, ixxfn HC
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE
Itoiioiuiu, AUOUST s, 1931.
NAME Or STOCK
Capital 3 BM1
Paid up i Bii
T3o,ooo too m.
a 000,000 to
$00,000 ton .
$00,000 an ......
t.oso.ooo 9 .
1,600,000 um fc
oo,oco fle ..
I 900,00c BO
IfO,OOt tC ,,,.,,
3,000,001 fc ,
300.00c too .,,
r$o,ooe toe ,
990,006 tot ....
a.t 30,000 toe
foo.ooc too .....
f3,coc too tftH
tattoos tra ......
904,000 to , ..
300,000 tW J(
t,oocMc Ms ....
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': Brtwtif 4 Cam-tan
f.S S-ehiD.G.Co LM
LB. Km ft Co., US...
fit Plantation C .
lawiiim Com. ft So Co.
Hawaiian Sufir Co .
riononu Sugcr Co ....
Haiku Sufar Co
Cahulry Plantation Co,
Clhal Plant Co .Ltd
toloa Surar Co
0hu Surar Co, .....
Ookala Surar Plan. Co
uiaa au. 1,0., Ltd
via jg, u.j Lta .III
Otowatu Company .
Paauhau Su, Plan. Co.
Pacific Sugar Mill. ...
Pa la Plantation Co
Prpttkeo Si par Co ...
Plonff Mill Co.....
Watalua Agri Co...
Walma Mill Co
"iwrr oiraminrp t,o ,
Inttr-fitanJ Steam N Co
nawa lan titctric Co
Hon. Rapti T. ft L. Co.
Mutual Tvttnhftn Cn.
Hawaiian Oov $ pf cant
Hllo R R Co 6 pr cent
Hon Rapid Transit ....
Ewa Plantat'n 6 per ctttf
uanu k l 1.0, per c.
Oahu Plant Hon ope .
Ol a Plantation 6 p, c.
Walalua Arr'nil. 6p. e.
Kahuku 6 percent
Sales 100 Ewn. 124.50; 79 Eol
121.50; 2., Olaa. asscBsahlr. ?t-
Dividends Onomea, 1 per mL.
Thc pastor called at a Cotamiuc
home tbe other day, where little Frr.
die, a bright youngster. Is a great pd.
I- reddle had previously heard hlx aaOt-
cr say that the pastor was very suc
cessful In saving souls.
During a pause In tbe convenatlos
Freddie, who was sitting on the pas
tor's knee, asked:
'Do you save souls?"
'Yes, Freddie," replied the can riZ
"Will you tell mo," wen on FrnUI.
seriously, "how many souls rou jni
sacd up?" Ohio State Journal.
Halstead & Co., Lti
MONEY ADVANCED ON SUGAftv
921 Fort Street
TEL. MAIN lit.
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P. O. Box 553; Tel Blue Til:
t, BpreckeJs BulIdiLg.
The Bulletin, 75 cents per month.
has removed to ta
Arlington Block, Hotel StrttL
In the store formerly occupfM tr,
H. W. Foster.
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