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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU. H. T.. SATURDAY, AUGUST 9, 1902.
TRANSCENDENT ARC LAMPS
PROM BOO TO 1200 C. P.
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.
Alto agents for the COLUMBIA TALKING MACHINE.
For further particulars Inquire of
WASHINGTON LIGHT CO.,
C. W. MACFARLANE', Manager
We carry the
largest stock In
the city and lead
with 400 sales
during the past
LINCOLN BLOCK, KING STREET, NEAR.fALAKEA
H. B. IIENDRICK, Proprietor
Albert V. Gear, President
THE HONOLULU INVESTMENT CO., LTD,
Capl'.al Stock, $100,000.00
GENERAL INSURANCE, REAL ESTATE
AND FINANCIAL AGENTS
Judd Building, Merchant Street Side.
For the Generation
Pine Apple, Strawberry, Raspberry,
Blackberry, - Blood Orange,
Orange Phosphate, Vanilla.
Lime, Orgeat, Raspberry
Shrub, - Lime Juice
Champagne Cider, Grape
Juice Concord and Catawba
Carbonated Russet Cider, Car
bonated Crab Apple Cider.
LEWIS & CO.
1060 FORT STREET.
240 TWO TELEPHONES 240
Is attractive, hut the real at
tractiveness Is the quality
within the cans. If you have
never used S. & V. goods,
better begin now. Wo guar
antee them money back tf
they are not satisfactory.
Nothing could be more fair
than this; don't you think so?
All kinds of CHOICE
FRUITS and vegetables
put up under this label as
well as SALMON, OYSTERS,
H. May & Co.,
The Popular Grocery Store.
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HAWAIIAN ENGINEERING AND
ENGINEERS AND CONTRACTORS,
Rooms 508-510 Stangenwald Bldg,
Tel. Main SO. P. 0. Box 537.
H. Hackfeidjj Co., Ltd,
general Commission Agents.
' Cer. Fort and Queen Street. Honolulu
Fine Job Printing at tfie Bulletin office.
Before you buy
Emmett May, Secretary.
HONOLULU, H. T.
Note the choice we offer
the tour best machines In tho
for all make of MACHINES
Sec our window display
Wall, Nichols Co.,
816 Fort Street,
Honolulu. T. H.
Victor Safe & Lock Co.
Ideal Ready Mixed
Improved Stone Filters.
And the Otee) Aermolor.
LOTS FOR SALE
In Kaplolnnl Park
Addition and n
137 MERCHANi STREET.
by Miss Ella Dayton
(Continued from Page 1.)
Akau t.M.-I.) 9 43
Meyer (P. A. C.) ..10 47
Klwa tC. H.) 3 16
Joy (H. A. C.).... 5 10
Pryce (II. A. C.) .. 5 7
Richards (K.) .... 8 12
Vaterhotie P.A.C. 9 5
Koko (K.) 3
Anderson (C. H.)
Ajlett (II. A. C.)
Boners (C. II.) ....
Taylor (MM.) ....
Lualilua (M.-I.) ..
J. Marralllno P.A.C.
Gay (C. II.)
The Examiner of July 28 contains an
article on a fourteen Inning game be
tween the Sacramento and Oakland
teams which was won by Just a little
error. The Sacrnmentos made Jutt one
run In the last Inning, the score ending
1 to 0. The costly error was made by
Buck Franks. Tho story as told by tho
Examiner Is as follows:
Finally, Unglaub, In the fourteenth
soused the ball through the box to en
ter, where Walters checked it.
H. Hogan, trying to do the proper
thing, dumped the ball a few feet In
front of the plate. Both Schmidt and
I.ohman were down on the chance like
hawks. In their feverlshnens they fail
ed to pick up. Unglaub gained second
and Hogan a start.
Graham spilled a bunt to Strtib. Ju
lie snatched the leather O. ., but got
suddenly foolish and played for thn
runner making for third. His throw
was behind time several eccondt and
left all the cushions taken.
Strlcklett banged one to Mohltr. who
hurled to I.ohman and put out Vsel&ub
at the tape.
Doyle clouted something to Francks.
Buck stooped to conquer and gave the
ball the knee. It rolled loosely toward
third while Hogan plowed In with flrtt
run Sacramento scored against Oakland
In forty-one Innings,
third while Hogan ployed In with first
The American League standing on
July 31 was as follows:
Boston , 40
St. Louis 43
On that day, St. Louis played .Phila
delphia u ten Inning tie game which
was called on account of darknett-.
Cleveland played Boston a game which
they won by a scoiejtf 3 to 0.,.Jn a,
game betweeifDetrolt and Washington
by a score of 9 to 1,
The National League standing on
July 31 was as follows:
St. Louis 38
New York 26
On that day Pittsburg
Brookljn. by a score of 3 to 0, St. Louis
did the same to New York by thn closo
score of 3 to 2, while Cincinnati man
aged to squeeze one run out of Phila
delphia, the score being 1 to 0. Boston
defeated Chicago. 6 to 0.
Ah Sue and A. Ngan alias Ah Fong.
two Chinese women, were arretted, (his
forenoon by Assistant I'. S. Mnrshal
Handy on a warrant made out by U.
S. Commissioner E. S. Gill, charging
them with having no certificates ol
residence as required by the Act el
Congress of 1892, relating thereto.
REDEKAHS WILu DANCE.
The Rebekahs will she an enter
tainment In Progress Hall August IS.
The two-act romeily, "Mr. Bob," will
be presented with the following cast:
Aunt Becky (maiden lady, very rich)
Phillip Roysen (her nephew)
Katherlne (her niece) ..Wrna Lyman
Bob Mrs. I.awrcnro
Mi. Iliown (law cl'Tk for Benson &
Patty (.Miss Ilerky's scrant)
Jenkins (Miss Becky's servant)...
Thu curtain will rise at b-15 p. m,
and following the comedy dancing will
bo Indulged In.
The band will play the following se
lections at a concert on Makee Island
Sunday afternoon, beginning at 3
The Old Hundred.
Overtuie. Festival Flotow
New Coronation .March St. Georr.e
Reminiscences of Bellini Godfrey
Vocal Selection, Four Hawaiian
Grand Scotch FantaBla Maanen
Ballad, Hawaii Nel Bowler
Finale, Bivouac Petrelll
Oveiture. The Oath ,-. . . .Aubcr
The Star Spangled Banner.
Rev. E. S. Itounmank'ie, of Wash
ington, was born on the same day ot
the same year us was I'rtsldent Roos
evelt. Weekly edition of the Bulletin, SI a
$4:22 for 25 cts!
VI Choice olSolld Sllvf r.OoldlMiit
fiivUVti or Silverore. No worthkw ticket.
qFtBPM J llQWUlUrMf (HOU JCnUOUMII'l
ana wr man inairucuoim, irHintooi :
a ilia ttirn i Hit hj ft pouvemr hi
nruT i'wcku tuna i iiiruieurT. mneaiuncfi
Acm Book Co Box 38. Ashtt.ftf . H CroMnn.U.S A
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Q. H. Bcrrey, money to loan.
Horses bought, sold and exchanged
W. S. Withers.
The place to get pure Kona coffee ts
at C. J. Day's grocery.
Primo and Rainier beer 10 cents a
glass at the Pantheon.
The funeral notice, of the late Geo.
L. Dall appears on page 8.
Eleven sheriffs sales have been vl
vertlsed within the last few days.
The Mirror Is out today with a grist
of very entertaining reading matter.
Notice to creditors In the bankrupt
cy of It. Akona appears under New To
day. A notice from Captain Kendall of
tho American ship I. F. Chapman ap
pears on page 8.
The poundmaster advertises a cow
Impounded on the 6th Inst. For partic
ulars seo By Authority, on page 8.
In the Police Court jesterday after
noon, Ah Fa was fined $100 and costs
on tho cfiarge of selling liquor without
Tho sermon at tho Hawaiian ser
vice at 9:30 n. in. tomorrow morning
in St. Andrew's Cathedral lll be
preached by the lit. Rev. Bishop Res
tarlck. Bishop Iteslarlck will preach In St.
Clement's Church tomorrow (Sundavi
evening at half-past seven. Tho Punv
nou electric cars pass tho doors of tho
The social session of the Elks takes
place In their hall this evening. At
that time, the prizes won In the ping
pong turnamunt will be preteuted to
the men who succeeded In winning
When the court rose yesterday after
noon, there were sccral wltnexkes jet
to bo called In the trial of William
Schneider for assault with a weapon.
The trial wag continued until Monday
Agent lleelie of the Glolm Nalgatlon
Co. has rercUed ndvlces that the Tnm
ptco should me urrhei) at that pint
August 2, leaving for Honolulu Augutt
10 and unking here on the 2u(h. The
next departure of the Tamplco from Se
attle for this port Is suheduleit for Sep
The American lmrkcntine S. (J. Wll
der arrived In port iTIIh morning after
an uneventful voyage, of twent)-ouo
days fru niSaii Francisco. She had fa
vorable but cry light winds through
out the oyug She brings two pas
sengers, Mr. Elliot and daughter. They
are San Francisco people taking the
trip to thesu Island for pleasure. The
Wilder brings about 1,000 tons of gen
Tho ftteamcr Claudinc arrlu-d from
Hllo and way poitH tliU forenoon and
docked ut about noon. She brings thu
following freight: 23 head rattle, 12
pigs and 213 packuges xumtiles. Ad
mlral BeclTley report the following
sugar loft a( Hawaii ports ready far
shipment: Olaa, .l.l'.'W; AVuliiken, C'li;
Hawaii Mill, none; Walnaku, l.OWi;
Onomtu. 5.0(1(1; Pupcckrn. 1,100; Ho
notnu, r,7(Mi; Hukaluii, none; l.aup.i
hoe hoe. ii.5i)U; Oakaln, none; Kukulaii,
none; llainakuu, l.uOO; I'aauhri.
none; Honiikau, none; Kukulhuclo,
none; Punuluu, It.nim; Hmiuapii, 1,781.
REPORT OF SHERIFF
(Continued from Pago 1.)
Hawaii 2697 mule and 232 females.
Hawaiian, 62; Engllxh. ); American.
141; German, :t; Portuguese, 217; Chi
nese, 313; Japanese, 830; Porto Itlcnii,
241, ninl others, .Id.
Maul and Molokal 150s mates and 51
women. Hawaiian, 412; English, 12;
American, 411; German, 3; Portuguese,
70; Chinese, 2S0; .lapuiicc, 33S; Portu
Rlcans, 76, and South Seu blamleis, 6.
Kauai 771 males mid 37 females.
HawallatiH. 141; English. 2; Ameri
cans, 22; Germans, 2; Portuguese, 23;
Chinese, 168; Japanese. 33(i; Porto III
can, 109; South Sea Islanders. 5, and
Thn artists for drunkenins by sex
and nationality were as follows:
OXnit 130K males unil 3(1 female.
HawallatiH, 423; American. 4S8; Por
tuguese, 72; Chinese, 3; Japanese, 103;
Porto lllrnns, 16, and others, 223. Total
fines for drunkenness, 2'."'.S and costs,
Hawaii 329 males and 2! females
HawallaiiH, 193; Americans. 53, Portu
guese, 36; Chinese 7: Japanese, 38
Porto Rlcans, 20, and others. 6. Total
fines, (579 and total costs. $136.85.
Maul and Molokal 156 males ami 2
females. Ilawullaim, .'; Americans,
16; Poituguese, 7; .lapiuiese. 3d; Porto
Rlcans, 2, and othcis, .V Total linen
$232.'nud total costs, $23.
Kauai 16 males and 1 female. Ha
wnllans, 13; Americans, I, I'oituguese,
2; Japanese, 25; Portu Khans, 1, ami
others, 2. Total lines, Jim, and total
Total arresia for all the Islands, 2890;
total male, 1831; female, 59, Total
fines Imposed, $3258; total ioMs, $1308.
05; total fines and losts paid. )3IS5 and
total hull forfeited. $2802.
The repoit shows the following lu
tho matter of gambling.
Oahu 1713 mule and 8 female. Ha
wallans, 184; AmerleaUB, 37; Portu
guese, 21; Chinese, 1011; Japanese,
410; Porto Rlcans, (i, and others, 6, To
tal llncb, $7162 and total costs, $807.95.
Hawaii 663 male.aud 21 females.
Hawaiian, 68: Americans, II; Portu
guese, 12; Chinese. 326; Japanese. 166;
Porto Itlrans, 1. ami others, 2, Total
fines, $2549, and total lOsts, $S5,I5.
Maul ami Molokal 616 males and I
females. Ilawulliinfi, 65; AnxrlcauH, 5;
Portuguese, 13: Chinese. 262: Juinei:c
tot and Porto Rlcans, 1. 'I Mai flues,
$1124, and total costs. $33.10.
Kauai 288 males and 1 female. Itu
wallans, 10; Chinese, HI; Japanese,
161, and IMrto Weans, 14. Total flues,
$280. and total costs. $31 M.
Tho total number of gambling enscj
was 3249. total males 2212 ami total
females, 37. The total amount of lines
Imposed was $11,116. (osts, $96u.9(), to
tal amount Imposed, $12,1175.90 lines and
coats paid, $8181.50 and ball forfeited,
The Bulletin, 75 cents per month
Their striking beauty 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 VIGI KID.
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 S22.50
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 McCarthy.
'Tho Dark o' tno Moon," by 8. 11.
The Mastery of the Pacific." by A. II.
"Dorothy Vernon of Haddon Hall," by
CIuib, Majors (author of "When
KulKhthood Was In I'lower").
"Tho Illaied Trail." by S. B. Whlto.
"None Hut the llrnve." by H. Scars.
"Tho Kcntons." by W. D. Howclls.
"Tho Strollers." by P. 8. Islmm.
"Tho -Magic Wheel," by John Stranga
"Tho Hounds of tho Daskcrvlllcs," by
"The Woman Who Dared," by Lynch.
"A Houso Party," edited Ey Paul Lei
Tho nboro ( nro only n "SAMPLE
LOT" of what may bo found on our
156 Hotel Strut
are Specialists In Lenses for the Eyes.
Fitting glasses and filling oculists' pre
scriptions Is OUR EXCLUSIVE BUSI
We repair glasses promptly and to
last. FACTORY ON THE PREMISES.
A. N. SANFORD.
Boston Building, Fort Street
Over May & Co.
Tel. Main 193.
Jobbing promptly .ttnd4 U
M. F. BERTEUVLA-IN'S
16 - MOVHD
To rear ot old sUnd. Entrance
King itroet Ordeu left at either iii
or office at John NoU'a store, Elat
street, will recelva prompt attention
Oy ALL. KINDB.
Dealers in Lumber and Coal.
Allen i RoblriMon,
UuMn Htreet Honolulu.
Fine Job Printing at the Bulletin of
We picture here two examples of our
Both of which are original designs
"Al Vlsln" cameras tnke the
dayliKht loading film cartridge!)
the regular slr.es, so that any
denier can supply you, no matter
In what part of tho world you
and jour "Al Vista" may bo en
Jolng life together.
Call for Illustrated catalogues
.."AL VISTA" CAMERAS.
Photo Supply Go
Ants do. It given the Antollne
treatment. Greatest bucccss
attends uso ot this newly dis
covered ant exterminator. It
the pests use It onco they nev
er do again.
In tho pantry Antollne Is
Invaluable as It Is not a poison
but has tho desired result
Motor Carriage and Machine
REPAIR AND BUILD
ALL KINDS OF : :
Bate Work of All Kinds.
Etc, Etc, Repaired.
UNION STREET, near Hotel.
Phone Blue 721. P. O. box lit.
J. W. 8CHOENINQ. Manger.
The Evening Bulletin, 75 cents per
P ... .. 3
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ha Junt received ox.
"ALAMEDA" a full lino
of the sclebratcd
y AIho a bljj choice In the
I "PING PONG" GAME
F come enply
s No 10 Store
1 Fort Street 3
J. H. FISHER
Stock and Boad Brokers.
FIRE ASSOCIATION, of PhlUdelaMft
WESTERN ASSURANCE CO, tt
Offices Star.genwald Rldf, Me
chant Street. Tel. Main til.
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE
I. itiiu, AL'fiL'ST i), too.
NAME OF STOCK I ""'
Brtwtr ft Conpinv.
l.B.KtrrfcCo It J..
Bt Pltntitlon Cft .....
niwiiitn loa.ft 5u to.
nonomu Mtfftr to ,
HofiokM Stiff Co..
Ctbuku Pit nUtton Co. .
upanua aafir to
Colo Sugar Co....
Oto Sural Co, ,.
Ookata Sucar Plan. Co.
Ola Su. Co., Lt4.. aa I
OlaaSuCo.LtJ pi up
Olowalu Company . .
PaauhauSu, plan. Co.
Pacific Sugar Mill. ...
Pala PlamalonCo .. .
PeptknS gr Co ..
IVaUlua Aeri Co
WallulmSuearCo ... .
Walmn Mill Co
Wllir Sfmtl.! rB
1 as, oool
Intcr-Ulantl Steam N Co
nawa ian r.iKtric to ,
Hon. RapM T, & L. Co
Mutual Trlfrhon? Co
Oihu Ry fcV L. Co
Hawaiian Gov i tt cent
Hilo H H Co. 6 pr cent
Hon RipU Transit ....
Ewa Plantat nftfrt cent
uinu kml Ln r r.
Oahu Plantation 6fc
Olaa PUnutlofl 6 p. c.
biiiua nrj'cui. o p, c.
Kahuku 6 rrcent ,
Sales 7 Walalita
Apr. Co., $1,000
IioikIk, J 100.
Christian Church E. 8. Mucklejr,
pastur. residence 12U Wilder .avenue,
teleiihone Illuc 1071. Subject of morn
Iiik sermon tomorrow: "Ooil's rroI
dence Seen In ttie SutTcrlnR of IIU
CreatiireH." Genernl iiihject for 730
p. m nerlce t, "l'rcach, Ileal." Ml3
Tlcer. leailer Buhjext of pastor's Of
teen minutes' ml il reus at this service Is
"The I'hslclnn of Ilorty and Soul"
Jllhle school, 9:l."i n. m. The services
all open to the public.
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MONEY ADVANCED ON BUGAfc
921 Fort Street
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bai removed to the
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In the itore formerly occupied by
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