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KVENING BULLETIN HONOLULU. H. T.. TUESDAY, AUGUST 12, 1902.
TRANSCENDENT ARC LAMPS
PROM BOO TO 1200 C. t.
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 (or the Underwood Fire Extinguishers
suitable for stores nnd 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 paitlculars Inquire of
WASHINGTON LIGHT CO.,
C. W. MACPARLANE, Mnnofter
gAFES cSlx SAFE J
We enrry the
largest stock In
the city and lend
with 400 soles
during the past
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Before you buy
LINCOLN BLOCK, KING STREET, NEAR ALAKEA
II. B. MENDRICK, Proprietor
Albert V. Gear, President
Emmett May, Secretary.
THE HONOLULU INVESTMENT CO,, LTD.
Capl'.al Stock, $100,000.00
I . .
,ENERAL INSURANCE, REAL ESTATE
AND FINANCIAL AGENTS
Judd Building, Merchant Street Side.
t. ir f t
HONOLULU, H. 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.
84C TWO TELEPHONES 240
Is attractive, but the real at
tractiveness Is the quality
within the cans. If you have
never used S. & W. goods,
better begin now. Wo guar
antee them money back tf
they are not satisfactory.
Nothing could bd moio fair
than this; don't you think so?
All kinds of CHOICE
F R U T 8 and vegetables
put up under this label as
well as SALMON, OYSTERS,
H. May & Co.,
The Popular Grocery Store.
22 TELEPHONES 24
HAWAIIAN ENGINEERING AND
EN6INEERS AND CONTRACTORS.
Rooms 508-510 8tangenwald Dldfl.
Tel. Main 60. P. 0. Box 537.
Note the choice we offer
the four best machines In the
extract from the Advertisers report
of the Heme hule meeting last nlgb;.
he said 'Anything In that icport
which refers to my having snld even
one word acalnt the mlslcnarlis I'j n
He and 1 an prove It." C'ontlliiiiutt,
Mr Nakulna said:
"I never pave vent to any such ex
pressions ot the Kind. 1 ara a inlstlo'i
ary meelf ar.d would 1 cast aspertlons
on myself? 1 am president of tho
Clniftfan Endeavor Society of the en
tire Ttnitory. I am also connected
with the Smda schools and Knunii
knplll Church, and now 1 am aisocla'.e
manager ot The Friend with Theo
Illchai ! I occupy the same 'opacity
on the Ilea Aluha, which is n native
edition of The t'rlend. In all of my
speedi 1 Old not make a sinrje icier
ence to the missionaries. As 1 tald In -fore
1 am one myself.
'Ik-fort going any further 1 would
hae It understood that 1 am a munb.ir
of the executive committee tf tho
Home Rule party, but I do not consld
er this In any way as being incompat
ible with my being n missionary alio,
"At the meeting held last sli'ht, 1 In
terpreted for Edgar Caypless If ho
said anything against the missionaries
and 1 do not believe he did be made
the statement, not I. My province was
to translate to the natives what Mr.
Caypless said, according to the belt of
my ability. The only thing I ruucm
ber now with reference to the inlstlon
arles In the speech of Mr. CayplcNi
was a reference to Dole and Thurston.
"In mj own speech I referred to the
constitution of U87, where they put on
a property qualification wblcb debar
red a part of the native Hawaiian)
from voting for the Nobles, and 1 ashed
who did this; was It the Home ItulciH?
The crowd answered, 'No!'
"I next referred to the overthrow cf
the monarchy and ashed the same
question. Again did the croud answer.
"You ask me why I am a Home Rul
er and I will make my position plain
In a very few words.
"If you will rcmcmler. It was Rep
resentative Fred. Reckley. rny stepio.i,
v ho Introduced In the House cf Heme
sentatlves the resolution against dec
letary Cooper. They tried In every
way to 'down' Deckley. but they did
not touch him In any way The only
thing they could do was to remo've mo
from my position in the Record ctllro.
With this In mind, nnd recognlring tho
fart that myself, a Republican, hud
been removed from office on accouut
of n Home Ruler, I too took up tho
cause of the Home Killers, and there I
stand today. 1 am now affiliated with
the native party on whose account 1
During my speech last night 1 inadei
iefcr'nce to what the Advertlter ul
wnys says about small crowds at tho
Home Rule mcctlugs, and 1 adviiid tin;
crowd that should anyone meet o re
porter ol that paper unywheie. It
would be best to tell lit in thi r. wei.i
onlv about debt at flit- emetine? Tills
would make him leel bitter. To ay
there was a big crowd would make him
feel very sore, nnd would nNo uiuku
It nei.essary for him to tell another Ho.
"There were between the nnd ,ix
hundred people present at Inst night's
mietlng nnd very grp.it euthiifl.nin
The meeting of the Home Ruins
Inst night was held on the Knpnl.ima
piunlsi-s of Queen l.lliuokaltmi and
the speakers were Delegate Wlliiix,
Senator Kalauokalanl. 1) Kalauoknl
nl Jr Edgar Caypless I'ocpoe and
Moses N'akulna. The speeches vei-u
of the usual tenor
for all make of MACHINES
6ce our window display
Wall, Nichols Co.,
816 Fort Street,
Victor Safe & Lock Co.
Ideal Ready Mixed
Improved Stone Filters.
And the Steel Aermotor
OFFICERS GLUB 10
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Q. II. Ilerrey. money to loan.
Tho higher coutts nre keeping the
Horses bought, sold and cxihauged
W. H. Withers.
All govei nnienl oirices were deserted
and silent today.
The place to get pure Kona coffee Is
at C. J. Day's grocery.
Prlmo nnd Halnlcr beer 10 cents n
glass at the Pantheon.
Shaving I", cents at the Cilterlnn,
Fort street. ' .lack" ITynn. proprietor.
Nicely furnished rooms, ropular
House, 1249 Fort St., 11.60 per week up.
llullctln readers find ihc steamer
table) ut the top of first page a great
A list of uncalled for lettirn In nn
nwor to advoitlscmeiits In the Hulled i
In published today.
The weekly edition of the Evening
Dulletln gives a complete summary of
the news of tho day.
For baby carriages and sewing ma
chines nnd stoves and safes, call on
Hoftschlacgcr Co., Ltd.
Tho Japanese of Hnmakua, Hawaii
hnve Bent $3.15 to In added to the Mc
Klnlcy Memorial Fund.
Tho Territorial band gave a concert
on the Capitol grounds this morning
In honor of Flag-raising I)a.
I!. E. Hnrtman. bookkeeper for the
Union Express Co.. leaves for the
Coatt In the Alameda tomorrow.
A. V. dear and family have re-turned
to town after n six weeks- outing at
their mountain home on Tantalus.
Principal John Until of the Kolo.i.
Knual, school has been spending the
holidays in town and will re-turn home
Tho Chamber of Commerce meets nl
2 o'clock tomorrow afternoon, nt which
time J. (I. Pratt will present his report
on tho Fire Claims work In Washing
ton. Senator Kunuhn was to have tailed
for Maul In the Claudlne today, but he
arrived on the wharf Just an the steam
cr wati putting into the stream uud J
was left behind.
rhlllp Peek, the llllo hanker, who
lid some- valiant work fur Hawaii Jt
Washington hlb visit theie while Col
gresH was In session, li'ft for home in
tlio Claudlne today.
On Saturday next theie will he of
fered for sale In front of Alllolanl Hale
the portions of the Hand of I .mini
which constituted the undivided two
thlrdi Interest of the estate of the late
Walter .Murray Cllbsou.
Tho steamship Alameda will leave
for San Fr.inclsin tomoiron at noon.
It Ih probable- that she will heieafter
leivo this port tit the noon hour In
stead of i o'clock as thU has been
found to b more convenient.
One of the most prominent steel:
brokers of the city uus seen this mum
lug nnd. In answer to a qmstlon re-
an. .11.... ....... I... .l.A... I.I.. I.lill.lo .... 1.1
i;anii.iK Mui.no, lunn inn ...diiii. iii ,,t.
in; air ami rrpiicu: me; . e- 1. 1. un u
par not at par. We- can't, sell aii-
There will be n me ting of the Youiu
Meu'H ltepublle.in Club 111 the Muile-
Illma. Athletle Club headcjiiuiteiH at
7 30 o'clock tomoirovv (Wt-ducsilj. i
evening, for the purpose- of electing
nfUroru and attending to other Imjioit-
ant business matlcrt.
Among the passengers departing for
tho Coast tomorrow In tin Alamo hi
will be l-'uiiik Turk, the locul shipping
master. Hi- goes to Sun l'lauilsio em
business iciniieitid with shipping ami
cxpe-cta to he back soon eliher In the
Alameda or the Sonoma.
Anion.; i.i passciigi r booked fin
tho Mam 'i .Maui pone, this afto"
noon nie he following rapt, ti.
Murray, W E lleckwltli. C.
We picture here two examples of our
HONOLULU MOCK EXCMANOB
fionoiuiu, AUGUST ta, looi.
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
dictates of the most recent fashions, The leathers are
imported French kid, and the ever popular glazed some
times called VICI KID.
' C. Brir ACompenr.,
I It 9 SicH.DO.Ca.LM,
LB. rf ft Co., LI J..
i Plantitlan Ca t.onn.wv.
Hiw.'UnArrlculturilCo, ..ooomo oo
niwiiane.om.at3u i.o. t.llt.TSo' ee
Hawitlan Sueir Co .... t,ooo,oeo o
Hononu Saxar Co . 1 5o,or, oo
MonokitSurr Co .... f ooono' i
Hlhu Suctr Co i 500,0101100
wauKv rittiTjiion e.o. ynfiyi
Kltiel Pl.nl Co .Lll, ... i,oio.ojo
KlBihalu Surr Co .... iAo,ooo eo
ColotSurtrCo . ... )ocw, too
UHn.4. fM N ... I
.u,j..U' VVH..I J(K.W.0,
Chu &uf af COi. .. i.6oo,ml loo
iTomea upare.0 i.
Ookalt Suj.r Plan, Co.
uiaa su. Co.. ita., ail
OlaaSuCo LU rJuff
It Isn't necessary to haw
ready money to buy furniture
from us Just a small payment
down nnd regular monthly pay
ments. You tnu hnvo your
home furnlshe-d Just as elegantly
as you choose In this way and
neve-r feel th- cost. We sell on
ly the bet new furniture'. Our
stoik Is the largest and jur
prlon the lowest In town Don't
go without home comforts when
vou inn have them so easily
Coyne Furniture Go.
PROGRESS BLOCK, FORT STREET.
GOLDEN RULE BAZAAR'S
NEW BOOK LIST.
"A I Vista" cameras take the
daylight loading film cartridge
the regular sizes, so that any
dealer can supply you, no matter
In what part of the world you
and jour "A I Vista" may be en
Jolng life together.
Call for Illustrated catalogues
...."AL VISTA" CAMERAS.
Photo Supply Go
"If I Were King, by Jutln McCarthy.
"The- Dark o' tne Moon," by $. It.
'The Mastery of the Paelflc," by A. R.
"Dorothy Vernon of Haddon Hall," by
Chan. Majors (uutlior of "When
Knighthood Wns In Flower").
The Illozcd Trail," by S. K. White.
"None Hut the llrnve." by 11. Sears.
"The Kenlons." by W. 1). Howells.
"The Ht rollers," by I'. H. Ishnm.
' The Magic Wheel," by John Strange
"The Hounds of the Ilasl.ervllles," by
"The Woman Who Dared," by Lynch.
Kaiser. "-v House Party," edited By Paul l.el
The Elks' ping pong tournament took
to well that the Officers' Club 1b now
considering the proposition of follow
ing In the footsteps of the former or
ganization. The matter has been very
generally talked up and now the boyn
are booming It along. H. E Picker
Is one of the leading lights In the
proposition. Just where are under
what circumstances the tournament
will be held, will be decided on later.
At all events, the tournament will
be held in the club rooms proper and
not In the billiard room. One tnblo In
ulnuriy In position and bcfoie thoJ
tournament, another together with
extra electric lights nnd elcetrlr fa tit
will be Installed.
According to the present plans, tho
tournament will not be confined to club
members but will be open to all com
eis, each of which will be asked to
muke a small deposit to delrny ex
penses. At least two nnd piob.tbly
thiee pilzes will be awoultd.
- o I
H. HackfeitU Co., Ltd.
fleieral CeMissioi Agents.
Cor, fori rd un tr U. HchioIuI
Fin Jb Prlntlng-at trie Bulletin si
LOTS FOR SALE
In Kaptolnnl Park
Addition and n
1t7 MERCHANl STREET.
by M Ella Dayton
Judge Wilcox this morning called
attention to an error In the Advertiser
of today In which that
that the Judge committed n Japanetc to
Jail or four months for contempt, In
that he tiled to be proxy for ft friend
of bis, who was charged with Belling
salmon and tobaetei without a license.
As a matter of fact Judge Wllco
committed the man for four bourn and
not four months. "A small erior liko
that may make vtr little difference to
ho i.iuerilker." said the Judge. "It
makes a great difference, nowevcr,
the man who has to do the time '
Jus. T. 'latur. W. C. ('took. Ml. M
( . Alcx.ii i Miss A. II. Alexundi'.'.
CIum. ' iip and Mrs. I' I'. Sullivan.
A moit desliahlc plte-e of bene 11
property ln'olfeied for sale- by J Al
fred Magoon, admlnlstiator of the es
tate of 1'. S. Ke-ILI. The property has
a long trontage on the beach and in
situated between the residence- of Hub
ert I.ewers and S. M. Damon. See ad-
ve:rtiucmeiit on page S.
Among the departures fur llllo und
way ports In the Claudlne tuda weit
tho follow lug: P. Peck. F. O'llrleu. K.
U Paxton, A .1. Campbell. Mark Itob
Inson, J. T. Molr. itoht. Andrews, 1 . L.
Wnldrou, I.. Iliirl.huusen. C. V. Htuilo
vant. Rev. A. 11. Weymouth, ltejv. v.
Ault, Itobcit Hind uud Mi. uud Mil.
Tho Exeiutlve Council held Its last
HOHhlon esterda for n-vcrnl montln
in order to give the heads of depart
ments time to complete their annual
reports At the meeting jestenlay
I.and Commissioner lloyd win author
ized to offer for settlement the rem
nants of lands In Oplhlkeo and Kama
Ill, Puna, Hawaii.
Among the passe ugers who are boci'i
ed to ilepait fur the Mainland In tU"
Alameda, which sails tomorrow a'
noon, Is Admiral Meiry, who goes t'i
San rninclsin on his way to Washing
ton, where he has been ordered on
tipecl il duty In the Ilureau of Equis
tucnt. The officers of the Naval Sta
t.' n, --11 as tl.- many frlenh
........I. !... A.l...l.f I l . I.iln .It.pl.,,
paper tlatesi"'" " ""- """"" -- ..'..(uf,
1119 Vlily 111 Hie!- is 1 I U't uie nil -J
rorry to have him leave.
There was a mUtake about ihe meet
ing of the Democratic last night and,
although according to advertisements
In the papers this meeting was to have
been held, It did not come off. It
seems that when the Democrats met
on Monday night a week ago, adjourn
ment until two weeks from that night
was taken. There was a misunder
standing and the wrong dato got Into
the papers. At the meeting next week.
plans for the coming campaign will
c ester Ford.
The above' aro only a "SAMPLE
LOT" of what may bo found on our
156 Hotel Street
-At Halenliala ranch,
Muni, August 10. 1902. to the wife of
I., von Tempsky, a daughter.
Tho wireless telegraph service Is
now open for business to Mahukona
and all points on Hawaii and Maul.
t..i.o., nut ho received at the la-
ter-Island Telegraph Company u offloe,
J lower Fort street.
Ants do, If given the Antollne
treatment Greatest success
attends use oT this newly dis
covered ant exterminator. It
the pests use It once they nev
er dg again.
In the pantry Antollne Is
Invaluable as It Is not a poison
but has the desired result.
Oloilu Com rim
Pituhau Su, (ln, Co
Pacific SuKif Mill
repwkut Si fir Co ..
Plonm Mill Co
Walalui Afti Co. ..,
WalluVuSuMfCo ., .
Intfrli)afl4 StimN Co
Miwi in tlctrlc Co.
Hon Ripli T. & L. Co
Mutual Trlretion Co
OahuRyAL. Co... ,
I 1500M lau
T IO.OOOI 100
Hawaiian Cov 5 pr ctrt, .
HHoKkCo 6rrcit .
non Kipu iririn ...,,,,,
Ewa Plantain 6prct ....
OaTiuR& LCo f f r c ...
Oahu Plantation tpc ...
On Plantation 6 p, c ...
Walalua Acr'cul. 6p. c ...
Ka).kj 6 per ctnt .. ,
f ,000,000 1
Washington. July 27. Dr. Kugcne
(irlssnm. formerly of Denver and once
wedl known ns an alienist and neurolo
gist, committed suicide hero today at
his son's home by sending a bullet
through his brain. Dr. (Irlssom had
be en dejected and morose for several
weeks, and hnd become physically ant
mentally weakened from the use of
He was a native of Granville, N. C.
served on the Confederate side In the
Civil War until wounded, and after-
wnrd was a member of the North Car
olina Legislature. Kor twenty-ono
venrs he was superintendent of the
North Carolina Insane Asylum nt Kn
lelgh. and gained n wide reputation 03
au alienist nnd lecturer, llefore tl.j
Aiucilcan Medical Society he deliver- d
a lecture entitled "The) llorderland of.
Insanity" that altrnited great atten
tion. He was the author of "True and
Falsi Kxperts," a work devoted to
show lug the alleged Innccuracles ot
the expert testimony In Insanity cases.
Dr. Grissom was at one time fltst
vice president of the Amerkan Medl
uil Society, and several times presid
ing officer of the Superintendents of
American Insane Asylums. Hu was
the president of the convention of
is.!.. He was a Mason of high degre
He was 71 years of nge.
Motor Carriage and Machine
Joseph Devlin. M. P., the National
ist leader, now In London, says that
durlug his lecent tour ot Uilx ci.untry
with William Redmond the) stnrted
I Mi brunches of the Unlt.l Irish
League and collected $-5,000.
W1I.LIAMHON-STLM80N At Hono
lulu, on August 0, 1902, b) 'tin Itev.
J, P. Erdmun, Mr. A. J. Williamson
of Honokaa to Miss Nettlo Slimsoo,
of Fortrose, Scotland.
The Dulletln. 75 cents per month.
POLICE COURT NOTES
Aiiiiougn tne upper courts were
closed today on account of this being
Flag D.iy. Judge Wlliox decldeil to
hold court this morning. The most no-
tlce.ilile rent il I n of the calendar was th
preponderant c of profanity cases there,
being not less than live of these, hi
cai h i-iise Ihe offender mh asMc-ssed V'
M. Kramer, the steward of the ship
I. F, Chapman, appeared on a nun
plaint by Mix Smith, Die cook of tin
slime vessel, whom he had culled i
most offensive iiHine. He had also In
vlled Smith to coiuu out on deck and
punish lilm then, which offer Smith
however, cautiously declined, ux Kra
mer Is a strapping big man while
Smith Is a small fellow, Hiulth, how
ever, with an Intelligence not generally
found In the foicrastlc, resented Krn-
mer's rude expressions and complained
wllli rapid tongue and at length.
"Yes, he calls mi u dam sheeny and
den In tells me I enmu to fight wlch
hi in and be punch mo dam head from
off me." This and other still nioie of
fenslvc language Smith said Kramer
had used to him and backed up hl-t
statement with tho testimony of two
Dol and Nukamura w'rre. charged
with calling u jiolleo officer a most In
suiting name. When hard pressed
the admitted that they hud used the
epithet In question but Dol Invented
the Ingenious defense that ho was call
lug to his horse which he had nameu
with that name. Sad to ta) even this
Ingenious Invention fulled to suve tlm
Japanese from a line.
Fo Chong, a Chinese hospital stew
ard, charged with a dastnrdl.v assault
on a girl under Ihe ug of fourteen,
had his case loiitlnued till SiiIiiiiIh).
The ease ol Lillian Niial. the femiil.
In question, i barged with foi nlciitlon
was ciinlluuid until the same date.
K. Shlm.imoto answering two
charges, one for selling salmon withour
a license ami one for silling lobacio
without , lliense, had his case nolln
pros'd, but paid tin rctst of court,
amounting to 12 in each case.
REPAIR AND BUILD
ALL KINDS OF : :
Bafe Work of All Kinds.
Etc., Etc., Repaired.
UNION STREET, near Hotel.
Phone Blue 721. P. O. box 111.
J. W. 8CH0ENINQ, Mirager.
Kalstead & Co., Ltd
! Bond Brokers
I .MONEY ADVANCBD ON SUGAR
The Evening Bulletin, 7$ cents per
921 Fort Street
TEL. MAIN 133.
bae removed to the
Arlington Block, Hotel Street.
In the store formerly occupied by,
II. W. Foster.
.- a..A.... aa-a-a-aaaaaaaai am
E. W. JORDAN
hua JuHt received ex.
"ALAMEDA" a full lino
of the celebrated
Altio a big choice In tho
PING PONG" GAME
Come early and Have
g No 10 Store