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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU. H. T.. MOSDAT, AroUST II, 1902,
TRANSCENDENT ARC LAMPS
FROM 600 TO 1200 C. P.
Cinsumcs 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 nil descriptions on hand.
Sole Agents lor the Underwood Fire Extinguishers
suitable for stores and residences; a child can handle them, and
are nlwnjs ready for action.
EPWORTH ACETYLENE 0A3 GENERATORS, LAMPS, Etc.
Alro agents for tho COLUMBIA TALKING MACHINE.
Kor further particulars Inquire ot
WASHINGTON LIGHT CO
C. W. MACFARLANE, Manager
JAFES cSIt SAFE$
DRAW Clilll! 111(11
We carry the
InrgcBt stock In
the city and lend
with 400 sales
during the past
Before you buy
LINCOLN BLOCK, KING STREET, NEMMLAKLA
II. B. HENDIJICK, Proprietor
Albert V. Gear, President
Emmett May, Secretary.
THE HONOLULU INVESTMENT CO., LTD,
Capl'.al Stock, $100,000.00
GENERAL INSURANCE, REAL ESTATE
AND FINANCIAL AGENT8
Judd Building, Merchant Ctreet Side.
HONOLULU, M. T.
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
Caibonated Russet Cider, Car
bonated Crab Apple Cider,
LEWIS & CO.
1060 FORT STREET.
J40 TWO TELEPHONES 240
The rilrl.ct match Saturday aftei
noon between teams captain respect
lcly by Hobert Anderson and II. A.
Jordan lesultcel In a draw with honors
pretty eenly dlWdcd. Play commenc
ed at n late hour and stumps were not
drawn until G.3U p m. The score
stocd as follows:
Anderson. Itobt., run out 72
Von dor Hede, b. Harvey 7
Miles. A. T , b. Cockburn 10
MeCSllf, .las., c. Harvey, b. Heard-
(lass. Henry, b. Ilenrdmore 0
Hntllfld A. It., b. Cockburn 1
Catton. A., c. Jordan, b. Irish ...'.. 6
Seymour. V. II. O., c. Jordan, b.
Tullett, Capt. Jr., b. Ueardmorc.. )
Jordan, Sld not out 1
i ounp. Chas., b. Ueardmorc d
lives - li
Leg b es 1
Harcy 7 overs. 42 balls, 1 wicket,
0 meaedn, 31 runs; average 31.0
Andcison, J. I overs, 21 balls, 0
wicket". 1 maiden, 21 runs; aerage .
Ueardmorc 12 overs, 72 balls, 4
wickets, ') maidens, 35 runs; average
CoekJuirn 0 overs, 3C balls. 2 wick
ets. 0 maidens. 17 runs, average 8.S.
Irish 3 ocrs, 18 balls, 2 wicket". 0
maidens, in nini; average 5.0.
Anderson. Jno not out 41
llntvpy, J. V run out 12
Ueardmorc. S., b. Hatfield 4
Irish. C. W.. b. Von der Heyde... 29
(lass, David, did not bat
Catton. It., did not bat
Cockburn, J., did not bat
Sayrcs. n. H, did not bat
Picker, H. K., did not bat
Ahlo, A. I., did not bat
Jordan, It. A., did not bat
Leg bes 1
Wide balls 1
Bowling Anal, sit.
Hatfield 8 overs. 48 balls, 1 wlekvt,
u maidens, 27 runs; average 27.0.
Von der Heyde 0 2-3 overs, 4U balls,
1 wicket, i maidens, 23 runs; nverago
MtOlll 4 overs, 24 balls, 0 wlcke'f,
0 maidens. 26 runs; average .
Anderson. Itobt. 3 ocrs. 18 tialN 0
wlckits ) maldms, 10 runs, average
Is attractive, but the jcal at
tractiveness Is the quality
wlthn the cans. If you havo
never used 9. & W. Roods,
better begin now. Wo guar
antee them money back It
they aia 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
well as SALMON, OYSTERS,
Note the choice we oflcr
the four best mnchlncH In the
for all make of MACHINES
6ec our window display
Wall, Nichols Co.,
H. May & Co.
The Popular Grocery Store.
22 TELEPHONES 24
Ray Stannard linker, who Is writing
a ecilcs of nttlcles on the Southwest for
the Centur Magazine, In the August
number quotes Jared O. Pmhh at pres
ent the Director of the Hawnll Exrerl
ment Stntlon. as an authority. This
fait having been casually mentioned by
n Uulli'tln reporter to Mr. Smith, he
said he had not yet read Mr. Daker's
latest paper. He, however showed the
reporter the document from which bo
had been quoted. It Is Ilullctln No. 16
of the P. S. Department of Agricul
ture, Division of Agrostology, ltW.
entitled. "Ornzlng Problems In tin
Southwest and How to Met Them bjr
Jnred (!. Smith, Asslstnnt Agrostolu
Bl't." PASSENGERS ARRIVED.
From Molokal ports per fctcir. Lo-
hua. August 9. A. C. Dowsett, wue
and son, I.. C. Parish, wile and u;o
stons, K. II. Kolsom and wjlc, Mailer
lames Wight and the deck.
Pioin Maul ports, per stmr. Mnil,
August 10. .Mrs. J. Whltford and two
ehlldien. .Mrs. I:. M. Johnson, Miss I.
M. Pope, Miss Aholo. Miss Violet Lima.
Wong Chan. T Vnmashlta, A. O. Sear
rao, Miss II. i:. MeCrnckcn. Miss P.
l.emmon. Miss Akuna, Miss Plhe. Ci
tnin 0. W. Murray and wife, Captain
G. H. .Murray, Miss C. V. Culvert, Miss
C E. Culvert, Jos. Cowan, O. P. Thin'
en. Hobt. Ilalr. II. L. Ca4le, M. V Stl
a, Leslie Scott, T. II. Hayseldeo and
wife. H. (iorman, P. Hoffman;!.. Dark
haiiFen. K. Klamp, C. 8. Weight, E.
Kruse. M. I.oienz and 63 deck.
11 om Kauai ports, ppr stmr. W. U
Hall. August 10. .Mis. li. iscnocrg.
Miss hernlcD Kopke, Arthur nice, u
W. Cannon. A. Fernandez, r. O, urnut,
Miss A. Hewett, Mr. Dwjcr. Mrb. I!. U.
Scott, A. II. Seott. P.. L. Cuttlnr. Ml"
i:. Koonmi. Mrs. II. Viclra, Mrs, H.
Shiba. Mrs. C. Yakanam and chiu,
Leong Chung, K. Kawamoto, W'wong
Kwnl. I.unl Vee. Ng Chee, Cheng Till,
.g Mon war and 84 deck,
ELKS' SOCIAL SESSION.
B16 Fort Street,
Honolulu. T. H.
Victor Safe & Lock Co.
Ideal Ready Mixed
Improved Stone Filters.
And the Cteel Aermotor
"2.,? V J1 1 I
"TJ- -r- AER13TCH i
s-J,- n 1
HAWAIIAN ENGINEERING AND
ENGIHKRS AIID CONTRACTORS.
Rooms 508-510 SUngenwald Bldg.
Tel. Main 50. P. O. Box 537.
Theie weie close upon a hundred
iuung.nicn present at the toclal i-s-slon
of the KILh In their hall Buliir
day night. The tun began early and
lasted until 12 midnight. It was hoped
that Hlshop ltestarltk would be pres
ent, but he found that It would b ,'v
possible for him to do so and sent a
letter which wan read by F. M,
Drooks. In this, the Ulshop expressed
Ills legret nt not being able to att -r.d
In addition to this, he thanked hu
boys lor going out to meet him upon
his airivul and giving hlrn an i:iks
weliomc to Honolulu. m
The ping pong tiophles won In tho
ice (lit tournament were presr.te-d oh
rollo;H. A. 1.. C. Atkinson, first prizo,
,i uiimlKonio lolng c up made up of a
calabash of rate wood inounUd in il
er; .Mi. Lowell, setoml prize, a pair
oi'in' buttons repiesenllng ping oong
uickets anil balls; Mr, Clarke, tb'ul
pilze. a bciul pin.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Q. II. Ilerrcy, money to loan.
Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Dowseit aic iav
Horses bought, sold and cxpImukmI
W. S. Withers,
The place to get pure Kona coffee la
at C. J. Day's grocery.
Pilmo and Halnler beer 10 cents a
glass nt tho Pantheon.
Shaving. IS cents at the (Mi, Hon,
Fort street. "Jack" rijnn, piiipilnni
Nicely furnished rooms, ropular
House, 1219 Fort St., $1.50 per week up.
A. E. Murphy of tho Public Works l
making progres-H with the house num
bering system. )
I'lne furniture can be bought on nv
payments nt Coyno I'uinltiire Co s
Judgo Horrrhson sustaliKd the de
mutrcr In tho (uho of I'auny Stnuch
vs. Pnpalkiinhui Inukni.
Invitations to tho Mrtle lln.it CI i,i
Bmoker for Friday evening. August 1'..
aie being sent out today
Thero was nothing of liupiirtann frr
publication from the meeting of the
Executlvo Council this inorntng
J. Llghtfoot wan nppoli ted ndmims
trator of tho estnto of I K. Kama.un
no under $7S0 bond b .Indue Hobln-
The exhibition building of Hie M T
chants' Association was cold nt auc
tion by Jos. K. Moigau today for IUO
to 11. Lu-.off.
S. F. Chllllngworlh. father of thn
Deputy Sheriff, wnlked to the summit
of Mount Tantalus and back, taking thu
old trail, jesterduy.
United States Commissioner (1 it
this afternoon healing the lase of two
Chinese women for deportation as be
ing unlawfully III the lountry.
The will of I'unk llond Auerbach
was ndniltli'd to probate by Jingo
Koulnson, ul.u appointed A. Lewis, I
rolnlstratoi uudei $12,illili bond.
The steamer I.elum, which nrrlvid
from Molokal ports last Saturday nft
trnoon, brought thirty In ad of cattlo
and flfty-seuti package or siiudrlus.
The motion to suppiesit depositions
of Ernest Hoguii and eomimny In the
Opheum conliiut suit or Long ,m.
Mficfnrlaiie et al. was ileiiled b) JmUn
J. V. Seott. funnel' Inspector of
schools, was stricken with )aral8iH
Satunfay night mid Is iery low. IIh
was disSblud by u former stiele thr-n
Judgo lluniphri'js nppioved tlie nr
counts of Ccill Iticiwn anil II. Pock",
trustees of the eftnle of Jus flay, ilr
ceased, allowing J. W. Jones, master,
a fee of ;u.
The Hureau of Agrliulture ami For
estry received by the Alameda, speci
mens of two Mexluiu fibre plants nut
on by Prof. Koebele. Thefcc nle to ho
tried In tho Islands.
All governini nt nfrices will be i-losei!
on Tuesday, August 12. toinonow be
ing the fourth 'unnlMTs.iry of the trans
fer or tho b'ierelgnt of the Republic
of Hawaii to the Pulled Slates.
Purser Ferguson of the steamer V.
0. Hall reports the following sugar
left at Kami ports Satuiday ready fur
shipment: K. S M l.uuu bngH-, V. I.
30; Muk., 2,7"U. and (1. & IL. S30.
The banJ will gUo n concert In Kio
to n Sipiar" thlR oenliig. beginning V
the usual time. Tonloriow n'.iiK
there will be a conceit on the grounds
of the tlawulliili Hotel for the peopio
leavlDfi Jn the Ahiineda.
ThrHrt it II in Is nt present . is-
ehaifiing coal nt Eleele. Shu expee i
to fnlsh tonionow The W. II. Flint
left Maknwell Abgust rt with 20ii..'l
bags of sugar. Tho L.lwaid May Is
discharging at Makawell.
The Wuslilngton .Mennntllo Coinin
ny hf been reestablished nt 2
queen street, wheru they mo read to
receive their patlous. Tlio new omen
Is Well fitted up nnd Is opposito the
bpat landing uml C. llruwer & Co.'s of
flco. A Home Rule nias mvellng will be
held nt (Jueou LIHuokalaiil'a Valium
premises this evening, beginning at
7;30 o'clock. Tho speakeia will lm
'Detegeto Wilcox, Senator I). Kulauoka.
lanl, D. Knlauokalanl Jr., lMgnr Caj.
pless and others.
K. Masmln, a Japnneso who tried to
collect biiiiiu money Ironi Vo fellow
countrymen on the AbjIiiiii road yes
terday, got luto on argument wlt'.i
thVfit ami finally ended the debaui
with hib knife, to such purposo that
both ned to lm taken to tho hospt'-tl,
Lulrlg badly wounded on tho shoulders,
neck, liandH and alius, Maeuda la nt
present In tho lock-up, awaiting the
tine when his vlitlmtt will bo able lo
appcur in comt.
In the Police Couit this morning tho
nUenco'of the Jup.inees Inteipreti'r In
the lilclicr limit nenln (iiused much
delay and bother. soerul eases being
pobtponed for this iisison. Judge Wll
eox stated that lie had in.ni) times
n-.lil tlie lutet iii iter out of his own
potket. tiuslliiB Hint the Tcullory
would icfuiid him As. however, tho
slightest eiror by I ho clerk In regal d
to time or ikiiiHlon of such pajmeiits,
would deprive him of the refunding ot
tlie amount, lie tie i lined to do hi any
ifurthci In Hi" meunllni.- the eoiirt
had to get on as liesi n num.
We picture here two examples of our
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANQH
fi.-.ioiuiu, AUGUST li, low.
NAME OF STOCK
Both of which are original designs
Their striking beauty and smartness appeals to all women
who love swell footwear, These designs conform to the
dictate of the most recent fashions, The leathers are
Imported French kid, and the ever popular glazed some
times called VICI KID,
C. firtvtr ft Compinr.
K5 StctiOn Co.L'l
LB. r.rrACo,, Ltd..
' Sa Pltntitfon Co ...
Hawilltn Surar Co ...
Hononu Suar Co .
HonokaaSug'r Co ....
Haiku Sutar Co.
K.trak-j Plantation Co
tliahUa Soiar Co ....
Kolca Sutit Co . ...
'-nti aucar i. .
OiomA St.(titCo. ,
Ookala Sugar Plan Co
OUaSuCo LU -Jup.
PaauhauSu I'lan Co
Pacific Suitar Mill
Pala Planta'lon Co
I'epfekeoSii;,, Co .
Walalua Ajti Co. .
Walmia Mill Co ,.
Wilder Steamthln Cm
Inttr-lilani Staam N Col
nawa lan tlactrlc Co 1
Hon. RaptJ T ft L Co i
Oahu Rv ft 1 Co .
Hawaiian Gov rtr cent .
HitoRRCo (par cant.
Hon H.rlJ Transit .. I.
Ewa Plantain 6 percent ,
uanu KSLI.O per c
Oahu IMant-tlon 6 p c
Olaa Plantation 6 p, c
Walalua Atr'ctil. 6 p e
KanuKu e par cent.
It Isn't necessary to have
ready money to buy'furnltuio
from us Just a small payment
down and regular monthly pay
ments. You can have your
lfhme furnished Just as elegantly
us ou cliooxu In this way and
never feel the cost. We sell on
ly the best new furnlttue. Our
Htock Is thu largest and nir
prices the lowest In town Don't
go without home comforts when
,oii can have them so easily
Coyne Furniture Co.
PROGRESS BLOCK. FORT STREET.
, "Al Vista" cameras take the
daylight loading film cartridge?
the regular sizes, so that any
dealer can supply jou. no matter
In wlint part of tho world you
and jour "Al Vista" may bo en
Jojlng llfo together.
Call for Illustrated catalogues
.."AL VISTA" CAMERAS.
Photo Supply Co
GOLDEN RULE BAZAAR'S
NEW BOOK LIST.
"If I Wero King, by Justin McCnrthy.
"The Dark o' tno Moon," by a. K.
"Tho Mastery of tho Pacific," by A. II.
"Dorothy Vernon of Hnddon Hall," by
Chas. Majors (author ot "When
Knighthood Was In Klowcr").
"Tho lilazcd Trail." by S. 15. Whlto.
"Nono Hut tho Ilrnve," by II. Senrs.
"Tho Kenlons." by W. D. Hon ells.
"Tho Strollers," by P. S. Ishara.
"The Maglo Wheel," by John Strange
'Tho Hounds of tho Daskervllles," by
"The Woman Who Dared," by Lynch.
"A llouso Party," edited Cy Paul Lei
Tho abovo aro only a "SAMPLE
LOT" of what may be found on our I
Ants do, If given the Antollno
treatment. Greatest success
attends use ol this newly dls
covered ant exterminator. If
the pests uso It once they nev
er da again.
In the pantry Antollne Is
Invaluable as It ta not a poison
but has tho desired result.
Honolulu Drug Store
I Cpttl T RM
Paldtt S5 B,i
1,000,000 lf6 . .
f 10,000 'Ow t.
9 OOOfCOO o
jeno-w to (
I 1,059,000 5 4
I ino.oooj ire .
yxra roo . ...
L500 (0 J t-j
I 150,000! 'Ob
1 5,000,000 S"
5j.OOO IK .(.
750,00a. loo ...
i Tjo.wr 100
j, 300,000 too
1 Too,ooo loo .
t St, 000 100 (.
tt 5.000 IM
1 309000 100 , .
I 300,000 too
1 300,000 too tH
1 f o ,000 IOO
I f, 030,000 100 .
'!!!' .'I! !!!! ' " .
PAINTING TOWN BLACK
Walluku, August 9. Harold Hayiel
den Is painting the town black Altii
bis cigar advertisements. Several of
the business bouses in Walluku who
find business somewhat slow, havo
consented to let Mr. I lav Seidell pal'it
one side of their stores black with
white letters. If this goes on at tho
mine rnte next week all the busln.'-i
houses will be In mourning for bad
times nnd a da of thanksgiving r
tlie coming of the Golden lira will aoou
be set and fixed.
EMMA SQUARE CONCERT,
The hand will play tiler following se
lections at a concert to bo given In Ura
nia Square tlilx evening, beginning at
7 Si o'clock.
Overture, '.am pa Hcrold
Cornet solo. Culver Polka
Mr. Charles Kreiitcr.
Pust Seleetloii, Messenger Uoy...
Vocal I by reipicst)
(11) Nuiiauu Walpuna
(li) Mnkanl Knlll Aloha
Miss J. Kvlllaa.
(e) Wal 0 Punalau
Id) Italu Tua'hlno o Manoa ....
Mrs. N. Alap.il.
Seiond Selection, Messenger Hoy
Iuterinez70. My Secret (ticw) Costa
Marili. Imperial Uduurd Sousa
Waltz. A Huuimer livening
The Star Spangled Uanner
The Bulletin, 75 cents per month.
156 Hotel Street
HaiHackfeid & Co., Ltd.
General Commission Agents.
CoPort and Qutn w to. Horolulu
Fine Job Prlntlna at the Bulletin of'
LOTS FOR SALE
In Kaplolnnl Park
Addition and n
1S7 MERCHANi STREET.
by Mlsa Ella Dayton
In tho Homo llulo of last Saturday
Is contained the following on tbo par
ties in tho Territory:
"ltepiibllenn Is thu name of the paity
vvlihh ovi-itlirew the monarchy be
(iiuse Minister. HteveiiK helped nlong
that most dastardly deed by sending
11 shore f 1 0111 tho 11. H. S, lloston a do
tut'hment ol bluejnikets. Tho secon 1
ol thn purties Is the Democrats.
Thurston is tho leader of tho form 1
mid Kinney thu lender of the latter
Therefore the two parties nnt on 11 oar.
"Home Rule is the name of tho putty
of native. Ilnvvnllans who lovo their
country. This putty Is. founded on the
(oruetKtouo of thu mother country, II."
Dulled States of America, It Is trio
that 111" Republican and Demneraile
are the two great parties In America
today hut tho principles upon which
tho aie founded uie tho principles of
In (onduslnn, the aitlilo sa)H' "Tho
Homo llulo Ih tlio only true side. As
to the other llttlu bits of sides, they
huvo no real foundation principles,
and when diligent Hearth Is made, n
kind of a suaku may bo found underly
ing what principles theyhave. Ac
(oidlng to the strength of Homo Hull
principles In tho hearts of Hawaiian?
m Is tho great number of enemies who
uie crawling along llko snukes. There
fore, tho thing to do Is to kill the
Mlltkl'S iil kl "
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 lit.
J. W. SCHOENINQ. Manager.
The Evening Bulletin, 75 cents per
Kalstead & Co., Ltd
MONEY ADVANCI3D ON SUGAR
921 Fort Street
TEL, MAIN 133.
has removed to the
Arlington Block, 'Hotel Street.
In the store formerly occupied by
H. W. Foeter.
I E. W. JORDAN I
Vrom the Reports of the dealers li.
this city, we think no proprletaiy
medicine has a larger sale thnn.PAl.N'
KIU.KU. Its valuable propntl'es aB .1
speedy Hire for pain can not fall to be
gene 1 ally appreciated, In cane of iiccl
dent, or sudden attack of dysentciy,
diarrhoea, cholcia moi bus Montreal
Star. Avoid substitutes, there Is DJt
one l'ain-Klllel-, Perry Davis'. I'rlcc
2.1c. and IOi
sum. time toiuori rv
Mr. and Mrs. I.. C. Parish nnd Mr.
nnd Mrs. E. It. Kolsom arrived from
Molokal In the I.elum Satuiday,
Tin pllgniiuige I" .Maul, hiudeil by
(I, 1,11 nt i.,nil spoilsmen ChailiH
I Idlliii ' ' . vs. til Klait this ultei
nccii ' " " '"l"l. uiib.ibl in l.l"
Bteaiiu 1 Nim'JU The ciunil will llllil
at Manl.e 11 mid tin me Jiitmie) to nm
lllkll wlii'l. Uie " 'S will lie WIIIK'iH-
eil toiamio I'"' SI""1" e-vii,i 1., 1. 1
liad I in'il "!
So lm "b lollowliig luivi boiil.eil lo
Ko- ("ias ClilllliiBwiiiili I" M lliooka,
V. I'll alH "Ui f' MltMllil (ill) l.lvlllJ!
ston I (Huh iMih. II Holh. (Icn.'gH
Lucas li I niv. nit-hell.'. .1. I'ook. (liHi.
Mihv I MiC.inlstiiii. li II Itujil and
II Mi lion vii-h Mole bookings um
op.tud ilil alt. moon
hns Jit received ex.
ALAMEDA" a full line
of the celebrated
AIho 11 bl choice In the
This morning Miitsuda, barged with
(oniluillng an auction without a IN.
icnsn was fined $600. Tho caso wua
very long winded. Many witnessed
weie put on the hland and some very
tiinn Iniidents took p1.no. Toma
Abe lining as Intel pi cter with much
vlL-or and the Milanese giving vivid
pantomimes m -bow Just how the sale
was tondii 1 lie lion, lor uie tie-
ftlike, In 11 long uiguineut, quoted
many authorities and ave u most com
plete hlstoo of mi. tinned Inn from
the nneiint limes but to no avail. An
uppeal as noted
i "PING PONG" GAME
Come early nnd Have
Bulletin, 75 cents per
IS No 10 Store
Fort Street 3
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