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-EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU. H. T.. FnlDAY, AUGUST 8. 1902.
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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 fur stores and residences; a, child can handle them, and
are always ready for action.
EPWORTH ACETYLENE QAS GENERATORS, LAMPS, Etc.
Also agents for the COLUMBIA TALKING MACHINE.
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WASHINGTON LIGHT CO.,
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We carry the
largest stock In
the ctty and lead
with 400 sales
luring the past
LINCOLN BLOCK, KING STREET, NEAR ALAKEA
II. B. IIENDR1CK, Proprietor
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THE HONOLULU INVESTMENT CO,, LTD.
Capital Stock, $100,000.00
aENERAL INSURANCE, REAL ESTATE
AND FINANCIAL AGENTS
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Four persons for ten days
them cheerfully sent on
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within, the cans. If you have
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better begin now. Wo guar
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All kinds of CHOICE
FRUITS and vegetables
put up under this label as
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HAWAIIAN ENGINEERING AND
ENGINEERS AND CONTRACTORS.
Room 03-510 Stangenwald Bldg,
Tel. Main SO. P. O. Box 537.
H. Hackfeid& Co., Ltd
general Commission Agents.
Cor. Fort and QuMn Stratta. Honolulu
Fine Job Printing at trie Bulletin office.
Before you buy
Emmett May, Secretary.
HONOLULU, H. T.
Note the choice we offer
the four best machines In the
for all make of MACHINES
See our window display
Wall, Nichols Co.,
Tel. Main 193.
Jobbing promptly und4 te.
MRS. DISBROW RELEASED.
Now York, July 27 A special to the
Hun fiom PntthoRiie, 1., I says: Jus
tlco Wllmot M. Smith or tho Supremo
Court granted yesterday to Jessie Ills
blow n decree annulling her niariiaRO
to Louis A. Dlsbiuvv, who Is locked up
In the county Jail at Illvcrhead, accus
ed of tho murder of Claicnco Foster
and Miss Sarah I.awrcnco at tlood
Ground. The decree was granted on
the ground that Mrs. Dtshrow was 15
ycnrB old wheu she was married and
scpaiatud fioin hlin b;foro she reach
ed the age of consent. Tim decree
gives Mrs. Dlsbrow the right torcsumo
her maiden namu and allows Dlsbiow
to marry again If he wishes. Dlsbrow
was served with the complaint and
papers In the case, but he did not up
pear, nor was he repiesented at the
YOHE'S CLAIM NOT SU8TAINED.
London, July 2$. ' Lend Frauds
llopo's ci editors met today with a ltiw
to liquidation of Ihu cjalms against
him on tho basis or 10 shillings on the
pound. Nothing definite was ilouo uV
cept that u statpment was given out
to tho L-ffcct that a claim for Ki.lui)
piescmed by May Vohc. tho divorced
vvlfo of Lot il Krancls Hope, could not
For baby carriages and sewing ma
chines and stoves and safes, call on
HoffBcblaeger Co., Ltd.
JaWltaiaaaaaafi rcXlLVBBHl laaaaaak
STATE DEPARTMENT IS
FAVORABLE TO KOSEQILL
JAPANESE WARSHIP WILL GET
THERE FIRST WITH LETTER
TO ROSEHlLL FROM MIN-
Washington, .July. 23. Diplomacy,
not bloodshed, will settle the owner
ship of .Marcus Island In the Pacific, If
the Uepaitmcnt of State enn have Its
way. Official Washington Is watching
with Increasing Interest the race for
the Island between a Jnpamse warship
and Captain A, A. Hoseblll In an Amer
ican schooner. As the American navi
gator and his title to possession may
prove very Important facers In set
tling the nationality of the little (trip
of land, officials here are Inclined to
sustain him. The Japanese memoran
dum now on flic in the State Depart
ment says that country has laid claim
to the Island for twenty-flve years;
that It Is within the Jurisdiction of Ja
pan and that for n score of years It has
been on all of the Japanese maps.
So far as known here, however, th?
only Information that any flue wet
ever planted on the Island fs contained
In the report of Captain nosehlll to the
State Department that In UE9 he nail
ed the Stars nnd Stripes to a ccoanut
tree and left In a bottle under tb flat;
a written claim to the land, whlrli
Hated that he had taken possesion nt
provided for by the statutes of the
All these questions will come up lor
dlscusslon In the International nego
tiations and It was said today the ques
tion will undoubtedly be satisfactorily
settled by arbitration. .
Pacific Ocean weather will probably
enable the Japanese warship to renin
the Island before Captain Kosehlll'
schooner. In that case the ArnTl'iin
will he met by a letter trom Mlnitter
Buck, carried by the Japanese coin-
mander, containing instructions from
the State Department to Captain Ilose-
hlll to commit no overt act that tnlfcht
Involve this country In liitcrr.ntlcnal
complications and to suspend r11 oper
ations until the question of poss'ulon
's settled In regular diplomatic chnn
nels. No Amerlcnn warship bus bfn
ordered to the Island nnd It was said
today none will be necessary.
The first report of Marcua Island wr.i
received from Captain Gelett of the
ship .Morning Star, who reported In
ISO) having passed the Island. His
report contains no statement of having
landed. The Island was passed In 1S7
by the United States ship Tuscarora,
then In lommand bf Hear Admiral Bel
knap, which wns making deep tea
soundings of thej. Pacific ocean in tbo
(list American search for n cable route
fiom America to the l-'ar East. Hear
Admiral Belknap only" Reported pass
Inu an unknown Island. He reported
abundant vegetation, but did not "feu
near enough to observe any slpns. of
human life. He did, however, st-e great
louds of birds.
The French ship Kdnlrcur reported
passing Marcus Island In ISf 5. The ItiM
report received at the Hydrctraphlc
Office was made by Captain C. J. Bra-
gulre of the urmy transport Grant, who
passed the Island in U'01, but made no
effort to land. This report says a vil
lage was Been on tH7 southern end of
ihe Island nnd natives were reserved
In other parts as the vessel patted.
Marcus Island, or Weeks Island, lies
In latitude 24 degrees 14 minutes ncrth
and longitude 133 degrees 4 minutes
east. It is almost In a direct line be
tween Yokohama and the center of tho
Mai shall gioup, 1000 miles southeast
from the former and 1300 miles north
west fiom the center of the Marshalls,
It Is only a mile imd a half long, run
ning north and south and two-third
of a mile broad, At Its highest point
It Is sixty feet above the level of tho
sea, and Is covered with vegetation, in
cluding some tall trees. I'he water nil
about Is very deep, except that a reef
pxtendg about a half mile eastward,
while nt the western end there Is a
(hurt sand shoal. Little is known o!
Captain Hosehlll In Washington, except
that he has been a navltator of the
Pacific for many years. The records
of the Stute Department show that hu
Died his bond of $300, as required by
law, less than thiec months ago, or
thirteen years after his claim to dis
covery was announced. In the mean
time the Japanese had gone to ttie inl
and and established a village.
London, July iS. Australia won
the test c-rlckc-t match with All-tsng-land
by three inns. The finish was
the most sensational ever witnessed
In Knglund. This morning the Austra
lians were dismissed far SC runs In
their second Inning, and the English
men set about the task of making up
the 123 inns which were required to
make them winners, but they barely
fulled to accomplish this owing to a
TRIP OF THE ROSAMOND.
San Fianclsco, .Inly 27. The schoo
ner Hosnmond Is loading n general cur
go at Sieiiart street wharl (or Hono
lulu nnd will sail the middle of the
week. On her last trip from tho Isl
auds the big schooner occupied thirty
four days on the inn, the longest pas
sage In her history, and thu has in
suited In a bilef stay in port. Captain
Johnson has abolished t use? of !
gahollne engine as motive power for
the winch and will fall back upon tin
old strain engine. Ah some con30la
tlon for tho long trip of tho llosainoud
Mrs. l)l'hl of Santu IloHa, who wns a
passenger, has presented Captain
Johnson with ii poem descriptive! ol
the trip, bound In pamphlet, form um!
adomed with ribbons.
The l-arl.entlnu Irmgard arrived lit
San Fianclsco on July 24 after a 21
days' passage from this port.
il ICY ATM Wo
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Q. H. Derrcy, money to loan.
Horses bought, sold and exchanged
W. 8. Withers.
The placa to get pure Kona coffee Is
at C. J. Day's grocery.
The schooner William Hon en left
Newcastle fur Honolulu on July 21
Tho schooner HoRitmond left Bun
Francisco for Honolulu cm July 31.
The llrltlsh ship Yoln nrrlvcd nt
Vancouver from Honolulu on July 21
The ship John Ourrler left Newcas
tle, Australia, for iluii'ilnlii on July 31.
Tho schooner John (1. North lett
Pott Tovvnsend for this port on July
Judge Humphreys haR licensed J. II
Trent to practice In the District
The American-Hawaiian steamer Or
egonlan left New York for San Krttii
lisco on July 10.
Tho bark Santiago, Kngiills, arrived
at San l-'ianclscci on July 21, sixteen
days out from Hllo.
Tho bnrk Amy Turner arrived at
San Francisco on July 28 after a pus
sage of twenty days from Hllo.
Tho Territorial Messenger Service
delivers messages and packages to any
part of the city. Tel. Main Ml.
The bark I'actolus. Dait, nrilved at
San Finnclscci on July no, niter n trip
of thirty-seven days from thli port.
Tho l-'ieneh ship Duchesse ile Berry
on her way from IVnarth to Honolulu,
was spoken July li Int. II N long. 20
At ii little lifter I o'clock Ibis aflor
noon the steamer llnniilel started lor
I.aysun to take provisions In the liihab
Hants of that Island carry back a car
go of guano.
The best the market affmds nt the
most reasonable prices. 'Ihe Palace
drill meals and service enn't be bent
Family dinners In private rccims a spe
cialty. Palace Orlll, Bethel Mioet.
San Francisco, July 25. The Ainerl
cnn-Hawallnn Company's b I.- freight
cr Alaskan leached St. I.ticla last
Tuesdny from this port and Honolulu
and pioeeeded the follow Inn ila.v foi
The bark It. P. ltllhet lert Sun Fran
Cisco for Honolulu on July 25, but had
to return to port ngaln on aecouut of
tho strong southwesteily winds which
prevailed outside. She lelt Shu Finn
"lsco the next day.
Tho new bnrkentliie Puakci, owned
by Hind, llolph & Co., which Is being
built nt the shlpynrd of W. A. Hoole &
Son, is nt present having the finishing
touches put oil. She will be launched
In the middle of September.
Agent C. Poicy Morse of Hip Amcrl
can-Hiiwnllan Steamship Company ha
received iuIIcch by the I'eiu that tue
steamer Ilnwnllnu was V leavo Sun
Francisco for Senttle uu August 2. Slit,
Is scheduled to leave Scuttle for till
port on AugiiHt 10.
Putser Slniersou of tin- Manna I.oa
had u very cheerless trip Injure blin
wlicu he started for Hawaii this noon
This morning at 7 o'clock Mr. Slmer
son's little girl died, nnd he now goo
to bleak the no. I nevv to hit ' Iff, win.
Is nt present stn)lng in Kona.
All application has been made l,y
certain stockholders of t Ik-John II D.-
tutc to amend the charter so that a nm
jorlty Instead of two-thirds may elect
ofllccis. C. A. Hionn oppose the pio-
posed change, beiausc It may take the
coutiol of the cotpoiutloii out of hW
W. Schneider Is on trlnl by the Inl
lowing Jury bel'oie Judge dear, fnr as
sault with li deadly weapon. Straus us
slstlug the prosecution nnd CicIkIiIou
defending: W. M Ahlu, I). Kijpiecn
W. II Jones. S. Mehviilu, It. Ileuler
Sam Pinker W W. Svvlntnn. TV. It.
Foster. II. .Meek. I) McNIehul, S W
Cook. I. K Sheldon
Samuel (' Allen and Mark P. Robin
son,, trustees of the ltobiusoii Hstute,
acromptinlcd by their attorney, It, I),
Slllliuaii of Hutch & Sllllmau, appeared
before Judge Humphreys this uiurulug
at the continued hcmlng of the ac
counts of the tiuvt.
The matter was the Investment of
funds or the Folate In Hllo ltalllo.nl
Co. bonds, or which Mr. ItnhliiHOii Iti u
director. It had been icmmvci! pending
decision by the Supii'inc Omit In the
Putkcr case. That decision having
been ii-nileied anil upholding (he prin
ciple that A trustee cannot Invest HUM
money In uny seiuilly wherein liu has
till Intel et. Mcxhih Mien mid Itnblu
son now vohinluill) inusenti-d tu an
order of conrl uiiiehiirglug them u
It libit h with 117'i.iiuii Invented In llilu
Itiillmud ('. liniiiU.
Sjii l-'riiiii'lsiu. .Inly "'- The Pnclllc
.Mull liner 1'el.liiK. ciinimiinded by Clip
tain .1 Tieinaliie Smith, bus met with
dlsahter In .lapanese wiiti-is and may
be ileliiy.'il III anlvnl lii'lv. A tele
Einni icielved ji'stPidny at the Mer-
i-hants' Kxc-luiim'e finm Kolie rep n
that the I'cMiik. honievviird bound
ft inn Shuimhal. had luoken her propel
ler shaft III the Inland Seu nt the east
cud of Kurushlnin straits. TIioukIi no
furthi'l liifoimatlnn Is available, It U
pri-siimc-il that thu Hteamer will be ro
pulled nt Kobe or Yokohama! m-iessl
tntliiK delay of scve,-i days. Nn
news of the mi lib lit vviih receli.il up
to yesterday nlteinnnii b the I'ai-lllc
id ii nt
"(,.... iu ,.f VVI,l,r lull- -II - T..J
day's bulletin uu the condition of Kln.t
lMvvuid follovvb "Ills inaJeKly bus
made rapid pniRrehs since Monday last,
ills Kcmial iniidltlon .uiitliiues all that
could be dished. The wound Is hm -
Int- siillHfai-toilly. The KlnK Is niiw
able to walk the entire Icimth or III"
pavilion deck easily without assist-
Their striking baauiy and smartness appeals to all women
who love swell footwear. These designs conform to the
dictates of the most recent fashions, The leathers are
Imported French kid, and the ever popular glazed some
times called VICI KID.
you may say, but we know every i
one when It comes to selling I
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 It all paid for.
HANDSOME BEDROOM SETS
of 7 pieces for $22.50
Come and see our stock.
Coyne Furniture Co.
PROGRESS BLOCK, FORT STREET.
GOLDEN RULE BAZAAR'S
NEW BOOK LIST.
"ir I Were King, by JuBtln McCarthy,
"Tho Dark o' tne Moon," by S. H.
"The Mustcry ot the Pacific." by A. It.
"Dorothy Vernon of Haddon Hall," by
Chas, Majors (author of "When
Knighthood Was In Flower").
"The Uluzeel Trail," by 8. B. White.
"None Hut tho Ilravc," by II. Seara.
"The Kcnlons," by W. I). Howclls.
"Tho Strollers," by P. S. Isham.
"Tho Mnglc Wheel," by John Strange
"Tho Hounds of tho naskcrvlllcs," by
"The Woman Who Dared," by Lynch.
"A House Party," clltcd Cy Paul Lei
Tho nbovo 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.
scrlptlons Is OUR EXCLUSIVE BUSI
NESS. We repair glasses promptly and to
last. FACTORY ON THE PREMISES.
A. N. SANFORD.
Boston Building, Fort Btrest
Over May A Co.
In Knplolnnl Park
Addition and n
Knllhl. - - - -
137 MERCHANi STREET.
by Miss HI In Dayton
MEXICAN SUGAR COMBINE.
t'U of Mexltn. Mexlui. July Lll -
i'.it"''iwn m i" tV '' fnii-riiii;
IiH.i a . uliiblimll i.itrt tliulr mil ;
tiul IiiH-k-Mb. The siinii- U-ndciicv to
cmnhliu Is sIiuwii lu sumir sruwliiK re
' Bi'Ui" allium; planters. Then; ulwajs
bus been h luuil uiinblimtlon in tho,
sumir i.-iciuilH. but nciw uu i-lfurt Is be
Inn made to effcel u nalloniil comblna j
1 1 km. 1
picture here two examples of our
Both of which are original designs
"At Vlsln" cameras take the
daylight loading film cartridges
the regular sizes, so that any
dealer can supply you. no matter
In whnt part of tho world you
and jour "A I Vista" may be en
joying life together.
Call for Illustrated catalogues
.."AL VISTA" CAMERAS.
Photo Supply Co
Ants do, If given the Antollne
treatment. Greatest success
attends use OT this newly dis
covered ant exterminator. It
tbo pests use It onco they nev
er do again.
In the pantry Antollno Is
Invaluable as It is not a poison
but has tho desired result.
Motor Carriage and Machine
REPAIR AND BUILD
ALL KINDS OF : :
Safe Work ot All Kinds.
Etc, Etc., Repaired.
UNION STREET, near Hotel.
Phone Blue 721. P. O. box 112.
J. W. 8CHOENINQ. Manger.
The Evening Bulletin, 75 cents per
I E. W. JORDAN 1
&- lias Just received ex.
"ALAMEDA" a full line
- ot the sclcbrutcd
Also a bid choice In tho
PING PONG" GAME
Come enrly nnd stive
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J. H. FISHER
Stock and Bond Brtkecc
FIRE A880C(ATION, of PMIefeifMB.
WESTERN ASSURANCE CO, t4 B
I Offices Star.genwald Rttff, K
i chant Street Tci. Aula tfK.
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE
' t. moiuiu, AUGUST S, iM.
NAME Or STOCK j tjfi" 'f Bid h-
C. Bf.w.r ftCotnetnr.. .oroaci tmwt
L.O. K.f, Co., til... mm ! Z
e PUntttton Co 1.000,009 to u
HwtlanArfkutturalCoi r,ooo,ooo ( .... k
HlwillinCon.ttSuCo.l Mtt.Tjo' 4,
Hlwallan Snc.l Co .... t,ooo,ooo (
Hononu Sutar Co ...,l tso,ooo' ,0ol.,,,. .
MoflokaaSucr Co aoao.ooo' ..Mi.
HalkaSuK.rCo I 900.000! 100 ... D
Cahuku Plantation Co. 300x10 ...... n
llHIPIinjCo..lll,.,., i,ou,ooo .. .
ClpabctuSufarCo 1 .60,000 .oa ......
Coloa Sural Co.... ...j Jocool looi..,,,, t
1Sa Sacat Co . ,. t.tao,ooo loo .. t,;
Olomaa SucarCo. ,,,.j 1,000,000 ao . aa,at.
Ookalo Su?ar Plao, Co. .ooo1 ao c
Olaa So. Co.. Iti , atl So,ouoj o .u
OtaaSiiCo.Lll.rJupf oo.ooo ao t;.- ,C
Oloalu Company . 1 .50.000! 100 ...... tk)
Paauhau Su, Plan. Co I J.ooooo' Jo .. f.
Pacific Susar Mill, . sou.000' .00 ta
Pala Planta'lon Co .. fso.-300j.oe a aa
l'rfW Stejr Co ... Tjo.000 .00 .... ,-.
PlonrarMllI Co. , b,to,ooo too i
A'alatua Atri Co. 4,too,ooo .00 ,
WallukuSucarCo .. . roo,ooo .00.,, r.
WaltnanaloSurar Co as,ooo .00 wK a .
Walmca MI1IC0. las.ooo; lo
WlUarSleaiMMpCo , ojoI 130 .
nwr-hlanaStfamNCo J00.I001 .00 !
Hawa Ian LWttlc Co . JTooo tao T
Hon.R.rlJT &L.CO JS'.S !S . ,.,
Mutual Tlrhon Co twoio 10 !li?
Hawaiian Ciovtrff cent
H1I0 PR Co ircrcant tc
Hon Rarll Transit .
Ewa IManlat n e rer cnt , .... too
Oahu R 8c L Co rec c (to ....
Oahu I'lantftlon 6pc . .
Olaa Plantation 6 p. c
Watatua Arr'cul. 0 p. c Tl w
Kahuku 6 par cent I . .
Hales UHl Olaa. paid up, !!); 9 H
wnllan l.lectrlc Compuny, (SS; :) Mu
tual Telephone Company. 111.
DR. SCHWENINGER REMOVED.
New York, July "J
World from Merlin
" A cable to Ihe
says' A heavy
blow has been dealt Professor Sohwn
Inger, lllsinnnk'H ramous physicist.
Ah professor or skin diseases In Herds
L'niverslly he hud a large alary oi
a high tHisltlon, but now he has ItWB
removed fmni that position In onler
to mnkc his fnll as light as possible V
post has been found for him as prnfes
sor Rcnernlly of the art and prnctlc
or healing. Ills duties will be nominal,
ami It may be paid that Schweninger
retires forever from nny prominent po
sition lu academic medical circles.
Kalstead & Co., Ltd
MONEY ADVANCED ON 8UCA.
921 Fort Street
TEL. MAIN 133.
Fred. L. Waldron
P. O. Box EC3; Tel Blue Til; Rocrx
8, Sprecke's Bulldll,r.
The Bulletin, 75 cents ptr month.
has removed to the
Arlington Block, Hotel Strict
In the store formerly occupied br
H. W. Foster.
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