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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU H. T., THUnSDAY, AUGUST 7, 1902.
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TRANSCENDENT ARC LAMPS
PROM 800 TO 1200 C. I.
Consumes ordinary KEROSENE OIL; the brightest, safest and
cheapest light known to science.
LAMPS RENTED by the month, week or day, and for special
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 GAS GENERATORS, LAMPS, Etc.
Also agents for the COLUMBIA TALKING MACHINE.
For further particulars Inqulro of
WASHINGTON LIGHT CO.,
C. W. MACPARLAND, Manager
We carry the
largest stock In
the city and lead
with 400 sales
during the past
LINCOLN BLOCK, KING STREET, NEAR ALAKEA
II. B. IIENDRICK, Proprietor
Albert V. Gear, President
THE HONOLULU INVESTMENT CO,, LTD.
Capital Stock, $100,000.00
GENERAL INSURANCE, REAL ESTATE
AND FINANCIAL AGENTS
Judd Building, Merchant Ctreet Side.
Two persons for ten days
Three persons for 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
Is attractive, but the real at
tractlveness Is tho quality
within the cans. If you have
never used S. & W. goods,
better begin now. We guar,
anteo them money, back If
they are 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 as
welt as 8ALM0N, OYSTERS,
H. May & Co.,
The Popular Grocery, Store.
22 TELEPHONES' 24
HAWAIIAN ENGINEERING AND
ENGINEERS AND CONTRACTORS.
Rooms 508-5)0 Stangenwald Dldg.
Tel. Main SO. P. O. Box 537.
H. HackfeicU Co., Ltd.
Qeaeral Commission Agents.
Cr. Fort and Out in Street. Honolulu
Fine Job Printing at trie Bulletin of'
Before you buy
Emmett May, Secretary.
HONOLULU, H. T.
Note the choice we olter
the four best machines In the
for all make of MACHINES
See our window display
Wall, Nichols Co.,
Tel. Main 193.
Jobbing promptly ttnd4 U.
Pound-Master's Notice of Estrays
Notice Is hereby given that the ani
mals described below .lave been Im
pounded In Ue Government Pound at
Maklkl, Kona, Island o( Oahu, and
unless the pound fees and damages
are sooner satisfied will be sold at
the date hereafter named according to
August 2, 1902 Black and white mare
biamleil "OJ" on the left hind leg.
August 2, 1902 Mouso colored Jenny
with binnd that Is not distinguish
August 2, 1902 White mare branded
-O- on left hind leg.
August 2, 1902 Bay maro branded
"Jr" on tho right hand side of tho
neck; four feet black.
August 2, 1912 Bay horso branded
"T" on the left front leg, whlto spot
on the back, mane cut. Two fore
feet black and twcrhlnd feet white.
All four feet shod.
Tho above strayed animals will be
sold on Saturday, Aug, 10,1902. 12 noon
If not called for before the date men
tioned. K. KEKEUNB.
221 C3t I'oundmaster.
lljoinsen HJornstJcrne. tho Norwe
gian poet, dramatist and writer, has
completed a new modern drama for
Deedamona has been found Yester
day an advertisement In the columns ot
the Bulletin notified all In the city that
K. SI. Brooks' dog was loat. Early this
morning little boy Huff appeared at the
Brooks residence with Desdamona jn
his arms and was gladly welcomed by
Of late Desdamona has not been
very well and her matter, ever solid
tous for her welfare, spent many sleep
less nights In attendance on his pet.
She had'Juet begun to regain her foc
mer good health and spirits when she
Knowing the quickest way was the
beet way of getting Desdamona back,
Sir. Brooks put a five line advertise
ment In the Bulletin. The nd cost
seventy-five cents but the relief afford
ed Mr. Brooks by the return of Desil.i
mona v.-as worth many times the mon
ey. Sir Brooks announces a lunu In the
near future to celebrate the convales
cence of Desdamona and her safe ie
turn to the house.
The two gypsy women arrested yes
terday on the charge of vagrancy by
telling fortunes on the streets for mon
ey, appeared In the Police Court thin
forenoon, On recommendation of the
prosecution, sentence In their cases
was suspended until the 15th Inst.
The two gypsies and all of the nieln
bers of the party who came here by the
Sierra, have promised to leavo tho
country on the 11th., their Intention
being to go to South America, a coun
try which they believe will be more
congenial than Hawaii. It was on tnls
promtte to leave the country that the
prosecution recommended suspension
In a talk with the two pyrsy women
citcrday afternoon tney mado the
statement that they never bad Intend
ed to remain In the country They hud
simply stopped off here to get over th"
dreadful seasickness which they had
experienced on the trip from Australia.
The cricketers have given up the
plan of plaln the same teams which
they plajed on Coronation Day the
Kings and the "Queens" on thin
coming Saturday, as It would be next
to Impossible to get them togcthci
again with the same personnel. In
their place, two picked teams, captain
ed by "Bob" Anderson and "Stonewall
Jordan, will play. They will probubly
be composed ot men chosen lroui the
Jordan's team R. A. Jurdan, J. Har
vey, J. Cockburn, D. Glass, C W Irish,
II. K. Picker, A. Catton, A. L. Ahlo, S.
Beardmore, E. C. Smith. H. SI. Ayrcs,
J. Anderson, Sir. Catton.
Anderson's team It. Anderson, It.
Hatfield, J. SIcGUI, H. Glass, J. L.
Brett. A. T. Miles. W. L. Stanley, T.
Gill. Sir. Sloore, K. Harrison. Huv. V.
II. Kltcat. C. von der Hyde, F. Scy
" ASSUMPSIT II "
Leners & Cooke. Ltd.. have brought
suit against Lin Fat, Yuen Kow, But
Thing, Pang Chong and Sarah Savage
for the recovery of $520.44 alleged to
be due for materials furnished to put
up a tenement building on the land of
Sarah Savage, Kalawahlne.
Plaintiff claims that a bill of $590.44
for materials was run up by Lin l'at,
Yuen Koo and But Thing on March 15,
IT and 19 of this jear and, although
repeated demands had been made for
the payment of the same, only $70 had
been paid, leaving $520.44.
The plaintiffs further state that they
have a lien on the tenement building
and that notice of the same has been
served on Sarah Savage, the owner of
the land and Pang Chong, the lessee,
both of whom have refused to settle
the bill. Slott-Smltb & Slatthuwiuan
for the plaintiffs.
The body of the little native girl who
was drowned on Tuesday lavt outside
of the Kallhl detention amp, was
found late jesterday afternoon over In
the direction of Quarantine Islund In
about the same plate where Wclau, a
native, was diowned tome months ago
It appears that the little girl went
out with u number ot friends on the
afternoon of her death, the intuition
being to catch crabs and minll fish.
She gut away ftom her playmates, ven
tured out too far and was drowned,
presumably on coming to a sudden anil
deep deptesslon. '
Diligent seaich for the bedy was
made In every direction but it was not
until jesterday afternoon that It was
The United States .Marine Hospital
Service will again start on cj of Its
sulphurous crusades, preparations for
tho merry war on lats, vermin, etc..
being mado today. All sailing vesscl
leaving this port will have to bo fuml
gated. This will, however not work
any great hardship on the shipping, as
the sugar season Is practiVly ofer
and the shipping unusually dull,
The various wharves will also get
their share of the trusade and tho un
happy lodenlB which Inhabit them will
again have to fiee or perish from tliu
sulphurous fumes, The Pacific Mall
wharf will get the first doso as soon
as toe Peru, winch is duo to a.-ihu
". tonight or tomorrow, leaves the
The Evening Bulletin, 75 cents p;r
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Q. II, Bcrrcy, money to loan,
Horses bought, sold and exchanged
V S. Withers.
The place to get pure Kona coffee Is
at C. J. Day's grocery. -
Prlmo and Rainier beer 10 cents a
glass at tho Pantheon.
Three nicely furnished rooms are of
fered for rent. See To Let column on
Manilla Lager touches the spot when
J ou are thirsty. Order n doren ftom
l.oveoy & Co.
For baby carriages and sewing ma
chines and stoves and Bates, call on
Hoffschlaegcr Co., Ltd.
If you nrc particular about having
good lard, uso that rendered by the
.Metropolitan Sleat Co.
Lieut. Newton gave n charming little
supper to a number of Intimate friends
nt the Union Grill last night.
Representative Julian Monsannt re
turns to his home at Knpapala rnnili.
Kan, Hawaii, by the Slautia Loa to
morrow. Telephone to the Hawaiian Electric
Co. for descriptive bulletin of the cele
brated Ailums-Ilagnall nrc lamp for
Judge Gear resumed hearing the Jurj
trial of II Johnson Jr. and tola for as
sault this morning, anil Jurors nut en
gaged thereon were excused until 2 p.
Ceill Drown li being miked about
for the chairmanship of the Territorial
Convention of the Repuhllian party.
Senator Purls of Kona has also been
The chairman of the old Fourth Dis
trict committee of the Republican party
has Issued a call fur the new commit
tee to take place In Wavcrl) hall, Fri
day, August 8, ut II o'clock, fee nil In
Slatsuda, a Japanese, was arrested
jesterday by License Inspector Hitch
elor on the charge of auctioning oft
merchandise without n license. The
nricRt was made on Nuiunu street,
near Kukul. The case came up in
the Police Coutt today but was con
tinued until u later date.
The Amerlc-iin-Hawiillat, steamer
Nevadan arrived In port early this
morning from Knhiilul nt which port
she discharged freight taking about
1000 tons of Biigar back with her. She
will take about 3U0Q tons of sugar from
here. She will leave Honolulu for San
Franc Isc o on Saturday at ', p, in. Hh
will carry mull on the trip
The prizes for the three head men
In the Elks' ping pong tournament re
now on view In the sIioa window- ol
II. V. Foster, the Jewell r. on Hotel
sheet, nearly opposite the Yiiung
building. k ,
The first pilzt- a kou cup. mounted In
silver. Is n most beautiful pleii- ot
workmanship, showing Sir. Foster to
bo a muster of the' art of miinufiicW
Ing Jewelry and of combining uitlstlc
touches which gn so far In piepurlng
nrtlclcH of the kind.
The cup Is very IiIkIiIj polished and
n mn ml the top Is a sliver band. The 11,1
Is mounted with ciossnl pin,! pong
rackets with u ball between, thn whole
being In silver. On one side Is a silver
ping pong net with an euumeleil Ha
waiian (oat-of-arnis above-. On tho
other side Is u shlehl nlth the words.
"II. P. O. K. Open Tournament, 1902.
The handles are hoars tusks set in sil
ver. On the pedestal Is the Inscription
"Won by A. L. C Atkinson."
The second prize Is u pair of gold
link sleeve buttons inude up of ping
pong rackets with a ball on each. This
falls to the lot of,F. Lowell who plajed
Atkinson last night.
The third prlre Is u gold pin In the
sliupc of a ping pong rui ket surmount
ed by a liver hall This will be plajed
for this afternoon l, all those, men
who, dining the tournament, plujeil
Three or four Chinamen arrived nt
the police Btatlon at about U ,'!U o'clock
this morning and laid In )i tumphilnt
against mi unknown native The mil)
clues they hud of the fellow were1 n
straw hut and u fleeting glance.
It seems that ut about 8 o'clock thh
morning while, the Chinamen In a pol
shop ou l.lllha street. Just below Klin
Hnl. were eutlng their breakfast, the
native entered the flout loom and got
away with sevvut.v-tlve cents In iluinge
It seems that nnnthei C'hlnuniiiii was
Indulging In it nap In the front loom.
The native hud evldeiitlj leionnoUer
ed the situation fur this wax the place
Into vvlilcn he stole
In emptvlug one of the pockets of
a pair of trouseu of the small ehuiige.
tome of the coins fell mi the floor.
This alarmed the Chinamen In the back
room ami the) piled Into the front pint
of tile shop Just In time to sue the na
tive disappear out of the trout door.
He was good on his feet and the China
men were uuiiblu to catih him although
they picked up hU hut which had fulleu
from his head In th- flight
ill ll NOTES
Jumes SIcKee by his uttfirnejB, Hatch
& Sllllmaii, has entered a demurrer as
one of the defendants In the foreclosuie
suit of the Queen's Hospital against
the Walklkl Land tc Loan Associa
tion anil others. He del lares he hut
nothing to do with the case, nnd that
the bill Is not signed b) tin) utluiuev
for the plaintiff. The Queen' llos
pltal li) Kinney Ballon A: SIcCl.iuu
h.in enters n Joinder In deiiiuiiei, tuj
lug It will prove Its oiuplalut to be
true, certain and nufllclent.
Hatch & Sllllmaii mid lloliutson A:
Wilder fur plaintiff have fllul a demand
to admit statements of (aits in the bill
fur uciountlug of George W. Situ fur-
lane vs. Hubert Catton
Geo, II Purls has II led his bond ou
appeal, with D, II. Sliuoiiachlc- us surd)
In the matter of J. SI. SlcChesney
ugatnst the Walklkl Land & Loan As
sociation et al.
you may say, but we know every
one when It comes to selling
furniture on the Installment
We will furnish your house
complete, or In part, on the pay
ment of a small amount down
and an agreement to pay week
ly or monthly payments until the
furniture Is all paid for.
HANDSOME BEDROOM SETS
of 7 pieces for $22,50
Come and see our stock.
Coyne Furniture Go.
PROGRESS BLOCK, FORT STREET.
GOLDEN RULE BAZAAR'S
NEW BOOK LIST.
"If I Were King, by Justin SlcCarthy.
"Tho Dark o' tno Sloon," by 8. It.
"Tho .Mastery of tho Pacific," by A. It.
"Dorothy Vornon of Hnddon Hall," by
Chas. Majors (author of "When
Knighthood Was In Flower").
"Tho Illazed Trail," by S. U. Whlto.
"Nono nut tho llrave," by II. Scars.
"Tho Kenlons." by W. D. Howells.
"Tho Strollers." by V. S. Ishnm.
"Tho Slaglc Wheel," by John Strange
"Tho Hounds of tho Daskervlllcs," by
"Tho Woman Who Dared," by Lynch.
"A IIouso Party," edited liy Paul Lei
The abovo aro only a "SAMPLE
LOT" of what may be found on our
' 156 Hotel Street
are Specialists In Lenses for the Eyes.
Fitting glasses and filling oculists' pre
scriptions It OUR EXCLUSIVE BUSI
We repair glasses promptly and to
last. FACTORY ON THE PREMI8ES.
A. N. SANFORD,
Boston Building, Fort Street
Over May 4 Co.
LOTS FOR SALE
In Knplolnnt Park
Addition and n
117 MERCHAN. STREET.
by Miss Ella Dayton
1'iofci.Mir lli'liilui; bus published In
llrillu ,i bonk In wbli'li be maintains
that the b.iillll of hiiniiiM me! hoi lilt'
tubeiruldHls lire Idi nlk-iil. lie t.-emliu
dirferiuce hetuieu them rcMililoi; fiuiii
the ability of the b.ullll to .luuiiiiiiu
date tlieuiselirs to the iirKiililsin in
whleli they live Ik siijh hn bus sin
retsfully jnfeeted cuttle with villi
f I (;m humiin beliik's. pioduciiiK tlieieby
fatal animal tuberculosis,
WELT SOLE LACE BOOT "
is nothing less than a beauty. Ill
bears alt tho marks ot aristocracy f 1 1
all tho up to date features and 1 J
even pretty feet to look better.
"Al Vista" cameras take the
daylight loading film cartridges
tho regular sizes, so that any
dealer ran supply jou. no matter
In what part of tho world you
and our "Al Vista" may be en
joying life together.
Call for Illustrated catalogues
.."AL VISTA" CAMERAS.
Photo Supply Go
Ants do, If given the Antollno
treatment. Greatest success
attends use oT this nowly dis
covered ant exterminator. If
the pests uso It once they nev
er do again.
la the pantry Antollno 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 OP : ;
Baft Work ot AU Kindt.
Ktc, Etc, Repaired.
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Phone Blue 721. P. O. box lit
J. W. SCHOENINQ, Mariner.
The Evenfna Bulletin. 7S eent n..
, .- ... r,.
E. W. JORDAN
has JuBt received ex.
"ALAMEDA" a lull lino
ot the celebrated
y Also a bljv choice In tho
"PING PONG" GAME
J Come enrly and suve
y belnjj dUnppotnted.
No 10 Store
Fort Street 3
J. H. FISHER
Stock and Bond Bnken.
AQENTS FOR i
FIRE ASSOCIATION, of Phi
WESTERN A88URANCE CO, efl
Offices SUr.genwald Bide,
chant StrccL Tel. Mala MC
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANO.B
lioiioiuiu, AUGUST 7, 190-
ueue nr e--nft I ClBltjf
nnmc wr jiuv. Pafj V
C, BrwtrkC6fipaflr,,l .,m,oac
N.S S4chiDG.Co,LM. 6000
b.D. evtrf m 1.0,1 Mill
ft PUntitfan O
Hawaiian i-om an to.
Hawaiian Surar Co .
HonoBO Sutar Co ....
HonokaiSutr Co ....
Kahulni Plantation Co,
Xlhtl Plant Co ,Lt4,.,e,
tlrahtlg Sutar Co..,.,
Coloa Sutar Co.... ,,
On ob) a SucarCo
Ookala Surar Plan. Co
Otaa S11. Co.. LtJ , aa I
OlaaSuCo.LtJ pi up
Paauhau Su. Plan. Co
Pacific Suitar Mill, . .
Pala Planta'lonCo ,
t'tpttkeo Si g.r Co ...
PlonwrMlll Co. ...
WaltukuSuearCo , ,
Walnta Mill Co
Wllif Stamh!fi r
tnttr-UtanJ Steam N Co
nawa tan titctnc Co
Hon. Rarli T Ac L Co
Mutual telephone) Co
Oahu Rv & L Co
Hawaiian Gov t re r cent
Hon Hinld Transit ..
Ewa Plantain 6 per cent
wiau kcillo per c.
Oahu Plantation 6pc
Ola a Plantation 6 p. c.
Walatua Aft'cul. 6p. c
Kahuku 6 per tent. ...
Ill the course of an object lesson on
the "Cat" In n Philadelphia publlfi
school tlu ti-u her. trying to find out,
what her pupils rcin'tnl)erl of n pre
vious lesson, nsKoil this question:
"What hoy rnn tell me to what fam
ily tht ml lielunKS?"
'What hoy can tell mc to what faa-
lly the cat heloimst"
After ciuostlonlnK eight or ten boys.
kIii- nns KivliiK up In despair, when v
tin iil was raised
"Wl?" nuked tho teacher.
"I think the cat belongs to the. fata
lly that ovviis It," was the diminutive
pupil's answer. Philadelphia Times.
Weekly edition of the Bulletin, 11
Kalstead & Co., Ltd
MONEY ADVANCED ON SUGAB.
921 Fort Street
TEL. MAIN US.
Fred, L. Waldron
P. O. Box 553: Tel Blue 711: Boom
, SprackiOa EulIdlLf.
The Bulletin, 75 cents per month.
has removed to the
Arlington Block, Hotel Strut,
In the store formerly occupied by,
H. W. Foster.
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