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EVBNIrfg BULLETIN, HONOLULU, H, T., WEDNESDAY, AVO. 13, 1902
TRANSCENDENT ARC LAMPS
FKOM 800 TO 1200 C. P.
Consumes ordinary KER08ENE OILJ 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 0A3 GENERATORS, LAMPS, Etc.
Also agents for the COLUMBIA TALKING MACHINE,
l'or further particulars Inquiro of
WASHINGTON LIGHT CO.,
C. V. JUACPARLANE, Manager
We enrry the
largest stock In
the city and lend
with 400 soles
during the pant
LINCOLN BLOCK, KING STREET, NEAR ALAKEA
II. B. IIENDItICK, Proprietor
Albert V. Gear, President.
THE HONOLULU INVESTMENT CO,, LTD,
Capl'.al 8tock, $100,000.00 ,wi
GENERAL INSURANCE, REAL ESTATE
" AND FINANCIAL AGENTS
Judd Building, Merchant Ctreet 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 tho real at
tractiveness Is tho quality
within the cans. If you liae
never used S. & W. goods,
better begin now. We guar
antee them money back If
they are not satisfactory.
Nothing could bo more fair
than this; don't you think soV
All kinds of CHOICE
FRUITS and vegetables
put up under thr label as
well as SALMON, OYSTERS,
1H. May & Go,,
The Popular Grocery Store.
2e TELEPHONES 24
HAWAIIAN ENGINEERING AND
ENGINEERS AND CONTRACTORS,
Rooms 608-510 Stangenwald Bldg.
Tel. Main 60, P. 0. Box 537.
H. HackfelcU Co., Ltd.
General Commission Agents.
Xer. Fort and Quem Street. Honolulu
Fine Job Printing at the Bulletin office.
Before you buy
Emmett May, Secretary.
HONOLULU. H. T.
Note the choice we oiler
the foup best machines in the
for all make oi MACHINES
6ee oup window display
Wall, Nichols Co.,
816 Fort 8treet,
Honolulu. T. H.
Victor Safe & Lock Co,
Ideal Ready Mlied
Improved Stone Filters,
And the Cteel Aermotor.
LOTS FOR SAL5
In Knplolanl Pork
Addition and n
1J7 MERCHANl STREET.
by Miss Ella Dayton
k v Z-
HATE HEN IMIti
Satisfaction of Judgment Is being
prepared and will be filed this after-
noondn the office of the United Stnloa
District Court In the admiralty dnin
age suit of First Mate Lorenzen of ttv
barkentlne lrmgard against the Into?
island Stram Navigation Company It
will be remembered that Judge IJhiop
gave Judgment for the plaintiff In too
sum of $2 9oo on accou&i of Injuries
rccclvid by him on board that ves'iel
while it was receiving cargo of sugar
Irom the defendant's steamet NocHu,
negligent? having been shown In the
arrangement and operation of the
hoisting tackle of the steamer n the
cause f the accident.
RACES AND BASEBALL CAME
PROVE A GREAT SUCCESS
iCiatlnuu from rate j )
Tin- u i , of the horse r.ifi nnd
base! all game at Wnlluku )Mcrdny
has unduiMedl) paved th way loi like
evenls on King liaising Pay In sucrcc.l-
ing )ear The day's sports proved to
be of a ery high order and the enjoy
ment was so keen that Maul people
feel they cannot do otherwise than
celebrate August 12 next ear
I'rom the accounts given by those
who witnessed the races. It turns out
that there were at lean COO people
present at the Knlmlul track. The
grandstand was packed to overflowing
and about the course were hundreds
on horseback and In carriages among
the number being many who had come
from all parts of the Islands.
There were nine races In all on the
program of the day and these weie run
off In fine share under the direction ot
Messis. V. F Pogue. Church and Cot
trcll, all of Maul. The events were ni
1. Three-eighths of a mile dash free,
for-all, barring Mollle Ccnncrs l'ursc,
There were four starters In this race
and the result was very unsatisfactory
to the Honolulu contingent m well as
to a large proportion of the Maul peo
ple In attendance at the meet.
lllack Hess, Jc-sle E, and MihI Rose,
were the three leading horsm nnd
Black Hen, the property of Patrol
man Eugene Duvnuchelle r( this city,
crossed the line first, tho time bclnn
There n a confab In the Judges'
stand and then It was annonncd Hint
Maul Rose and not lllack fl". wni the
Winner. The Judges stated tbnt there
bad been a foul and thereto the i
must le glen to the horse named
The Joi key admitted having loulej
Jennie E. but how th's could have
nn.vthing to do with giving the race to
Maul uore ,ns a msterj to the Hono
lulu rP'e present who declared In
no iinicitaln termE that the Jiulgci
should base deelaied all bet off njji
glen ne decision (it all.
Iror eJItly after thlh incident
tin- w e men ready to put up at
least J" t, Black ilefs' sb'e io have
tin rn e i m ovei acnln but itieie wet
none anxious to accept the diallingo.
2 Sre ful trotting and pacing, best
2 In 3 named horses, j'une, $200.
MiK nley Grandpa and Faro Dank
were the horses entered In this lare,
Decker dilvmg the rlr'A C. Bflllnii tun
sciond and Win. Lucas the thud
in the rlrM htat, McKlnley won In
2 37 1-5. This was a very putty heat
to wauh, McKlnley doing excellent
v. oi 1;.
In the fend beat, Faro Bunk dis
tant et both .McKlnley and (tinudpit
thus nlrnlng the rate without a till
ther mi utile Time. .' 32 1-5.
J Thice-tomths mile dash, tree foi
all, bailing Mollle Cunnois 1'un.e
Amailno. IlOfalba and Jennlo V.
were entned In this la e. Amailnu won
b) a hn I oer Itasabln. Ibis i m lielug
the iliix.t of the da. Time. 1 21 2-5.
1. Trotting and pa, Ing. tin 2 lu 3
2 lOiljfS named hoists Purse, J15H
MiKlnl was ecratihfd In thlt men
and to the laio lay bin.itn Sambo,
lirhen by I) I.. I)aU, and Culunibln
Maid, dilttn by Duker. initio ilia
tamed Columbia Maid In the tlrkt beat,
thin, winning the race. Time) 2 33 3-5
5. Jajanete running rme Pur&o
50 for nut and !25 for suond
This was a fun-making race, the
owners riding their own hori-ei Yoko
hama wen. No time war trl.en
0. One mile dash, Hawaiian bred
hones I'uise. 100.
This race was between Ainnrlno and
Mollle Connors and cf course tho old
Etanby, the former, won the money.
7. Polo pony race for 50 iup, owner
In this eent. L. ton Trmphky won.
The ether two riders wttt W H. Corn-
well Jr. and WVller.
S. Trotting and ra'iK- lnlle heats,
but 2 In 3, free-for-all. Purse, 250.
The mtrles were Orandim, llusty
RcaJs and Columbia Maid, tho lui
named horse being drltn hy Decker,
C'olumlla MalU was dUtunced In the
first hetjt, Dusty Roads, drleu by Wm
Luces, winning In 2 51 tint
Tbl next two heats wire won ny
Orandpa, llelllna drl.lnt,. lu 2.45 !-.
and 2 01 3-5.
9. Three-fourths mile ninnlnK rato
hamed horses. Purse, HM
Black Bes was scrauhid In this
race, Duvaucbelle r fusing to run hi
horse aitiln on arcornt of tho deci
sion agnlnst him In the first race o
the day. Bruner won. Jennie E. aim
ing In second and Maul P.ost, third.
10. Running raie, one mile, dash,
fiee-for-all Purse. 150.
In this race. Mollle Connprs won
'easily liom Jennie E. in 1 52 2-5.
There was to hae Dten a unuoon
ascension after the races but there wm
too .tilt a breeze blowing and so l'ror.
Leocaid stated to the crowd thut he
woild not make the try
Mis Uniuhart !. or Calcngo. lias
the distinction of ling tho tin vo
man In the conntiv IsaililiiK parlli
mentiuy law She is the new appolnteo
to the chair of pailUmuiitarj law In
the l'nlerslty of Califomla.
The Evtnlna Bulletin, 75 tents psr
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Q. H. Berrcy, money to loan.
The place to get pure Kona coffee ts
at C. J. Day's grocery.
The Board of Health meet at the
usual time this afternoon.
Holmon A Hiram has dlsiontlnurd
the dlorce suit against his wife K.iu
penn I led no
The weekly edition of tbe Evening
Bulletin gives a complete summary of
the news of tho day.
Notice of bids for a hook and ladder
truck fur the Boar I of l'lre Commis
sioners nppears today
For baby carriages and sewing ma
chines and stoves and safes, call on
ilotfschlaeger Co,, Ltd. .
By general requet the band will plnj
a special moonlight concert at the H.i-
wnllnn Hotel Annex beach, Wnlklkl.
The grand Jury has been lmj eiof
since the opening of the August term,
but has not et reported any Indict
ments. Hon. II. I'. Baldwin and A. T Bald
win nmt wife were among the passen
gers aboard the steamer Noeau whltii
arrled In port this murnlmr.
Among tho arrivals from Krm.il port
in tho Kauai this morning were tin
following Wm. I'nuole. E. E C'onant
C. (lay, J. K. Fat ley.. Mis, M A Beau
mid Miss Maderla.
The American ship Bangalore which
has been llng In the stream fot tlK
Inst few da8 waiting for a ciew sailed
for New York todny She wa fumi
gated last night. She took fifteen sail-
urs fium this port.
The schooner Charles Lev I Wootl
buiy tame Into port last night after an
unusually fast run from llllo. She
made the passage from that port to
Honolulu In almost steamer time It
took her only twenty-lite liom .She
brings about twenty tons of scrap Iron
ami 21 lords of wood.
The Inter-Island steamer .Mlkiihala
which has been laid up during the past
fc weeks undergoing cxtenslw le
palis. will soon he In readiness for sea
ngiiln. She will take the inn of tho
steamer V. (1. Hall to Kauai port" next
Tuesday The YV. O. Hall will take the
run of the Mnunn l.o.i to l.,ib,tln,i
Ma.ilaea. Kona nnd Kail orts while
the Manna t.oa will be laid up foi .1
general cleaning up.
Special Olllcer McDullle 's al piesent
sulTerluK from a broken linger He ob
tained this Injury estcrd.i when be
was stopping the null of a g,mg of
Chinese gambleis whom be rallied lu j
den on King street. McDullle had his
linger luoken a couple of months ago
In a melee with a hand of Japanese In
Kakaako It wns this same linger.
still wenk tioni the fonuei Injur)
which uus Injured again e-t,-nl.i)
The steamship Alameda sailed lor
San Franc Isco about twentj uiliiutos
utter noon tndaj with the usual imuic
hy the hand and attendance of , rowi',8
or llotiolulultes. The stotedores tin
the wharf have Invented a lieu and
pleasing game at which the show con
siderable dexterity. When the gantj
plank Ik lowered down on the wharf
they do not wait with stowing It awoy
but Immediately proceed to drlto it
through tho dcni crowd of people)
The gang plnnU Is plodded wltu
wheels and when pushed li a lhcly
gang or men can be used with the of
feet ot a battering ram
Tho men hate lots or excitement by
rnmmlng It ulong with loud ells, soil
ing the i rowd scntti'l like sheep bi'toro
It. Ah the men (lie dcu'loptug con.d'l
cinble devteilty at this giinie the) ei'i
at times c-ten lining' to null a person
who does not possess the eAttaoi Wi
ly nglllt) uecessni) to tt out of tlmic
ttnj ipilc kly enough
Among the paxMiiset bound foi
Sun riaiiilscn wus Admlial Meiry,
who Is on his wa to Wiislilngtn.i.
wbelc he will do spec ltd ilut) lu tl.u
Ilureiiu of Eiiilpuu nt
Passengers who nirUed from llllo in
the Cluiidlne bring tho lepoit that tli"
tiuw tug Count ilmaii. which was Im
ported by the Matsou Company a few
weeks ago and taken fioni the Conit
tu llllo lu tow or the steamer Hut u'
prise, is not an utuiuallflcd success.
Tho oll-hurnlug arrangement of th'
Councilman refuses to work properly
and It Is said that sho will haw to Ik
(hanged so that she can burn coal.
Finally, to crown the tumble, tli
Councilman Inst week lost both h ir
smokestntk ami hut pilot house i v
limning under the Jib boom of a coil
ship I) ing In tbe liaibor
The usn of high ficqtienc) electric
(.-uncut to pioduee locjl anaesthesia In
dentistry Is advocated lu the London
Klectilelau. A moulding or the p.ut to
he desensitized is fiitt made which Is
cowieil Inside with a l.ier of tinfoil
and metallic powder When electile
currents ot suitable fienueiuy nie ap
plied tlnoiigh this moulding, complete,
anaesthesia Is pioduied. In fifteen
cases of extraction of teeth with one
root, where this method was followed
theie weer thlitcen caies in which thci
patient felt no pain wlutcKM'.
A company has been formed, under
the title of the British Subnuilnc ilout
company, which has aupilied tho
patents of the well known French In
ventor. M. Claude Uoubct, two sub
marines alread) built by him and all
his lnentlous lehitlns to subnuirluo
navigation. In addition, the company
has seemed tin seniles of M. Ootihtt,
his son, and anothei tiaiued usslstunt,
who will henceforth lite In Knglaud
and curt) on tbe woik of building Gou
Tolstoi has nlwa.ii l'i n a maiked ad
mlier of the Kussiiiii Society ot
I'l lends Itecentlv the oftiil.il lepieien-
UitlWh of the toe let) returned the large
sum sent them b) the publlshem, ex
plaining that us the book was Irnccenl
the Friends lould nut accept the pro
teeds of its sale.
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 failed VICI KID,
it Isn t necessary to have
ready money to buy furnltmo
from us Just a small payment
down ami regular monthly pay
ments. You can hno )our
hen., furnished just as ulegnn'lv
ns ,'U t'hooso lu this wa) and
neer feel th tost. We sell on
ly the best new furniture Our
stock Is the laigest and iur
prices the lowest In town Don't
go without home comfcuts nluu
ou inn hae them sifeahll)
Coyne Furniture Go,
PROGRESS BLOCK, FORT STREET.
GOLDEN RULE BAZAAR'S
NEW BOOK LIST,
"If I Were King, by Justin McCarthy.
"Tho DarU o' tno Moon," by 8. It.
"Tho Mastery of the raclflc." by A. H.
"Dorothy Vernon of Ilatlclon Hall." by
Chns. Majors (author of "When
Knighthood Was In Flower").
"The llhucd Trail," hy 8. H. Whlto.
"None Hut tho Urave." hy H. Sears.
"Tho Kenlnns." by W. D. Howclls.
"Tho Strollers," by K. S. Isham.
'Tho Magic Wheel," by John Strange
"Tho Hounds of tho Dasl-erUlles," by
"Tho Woman Who Dared." by I.nch
"A llouso Party," c llted by Paul Lei
Tho uboo aro only a "SAMPLE
LOT" of what may be found on our
156 Hotel Street
ON FIFTH AVENUE
IN A Mini SUIT
New York, July 30. A )oung
woman, diessed In a bathing cos- t-
tume, was seen stiulling leisurely t
along Fifth avenue, near Forty-
eighth street, this morning. She 4-
was the object of much Interest to
men. vvhlle her own sex Mood
nglinst, The crowd that was pay-
Ing her such marked attention t
was becoming larger every mln-
lite, nud this fait uvlilentl) hurt t
4- her sensitiveness, for. turning nnd
facing her curious followers, who
numbered several bundled she
said 'Well, what Is It )Oii all
want" It Is Just like uu vulgar
New Voik people Can't )Oii go
about and mind oui own liusl-
Then she called a hnm-iim and
dliive off. It was learned that she
was an aillsfs model on her wa)
to a studio to poi-c for a bathing
SNAILS AS MEDICINE.
According to tbe London Speitatoi,
one of the current medical fads uiuoiu
the Hugllsh laboring classes Is the tol
lowlng Hualls crawling up a ehuiih
wall ate caught those eiawllng down
possess no virtue placed In. a pan
with a little water and boiled, being
stirred meanwhile with a (Ulll plucked
from a black ciow When the mixture
has boiled down to the conslMenc) of
a salve It Is tendy foi use When rub
bed on the soles of the feet It i a suio
pieventlve of disease, being rapt-dull)
elllclelil In th cai-e ot what Is locally
known as hlnllooen)." U Is also
valuable lu stieiigtbenlns weak spines
Smills whithei law in cooked is not
evident nie also tiiusldeied a valuable,
leuied) tin consumption
The Evening Bulletin, 75 cents per
We picture here two examples o! our
Both of which are original designs
the reiohlng lens of the
sweeps from side to side and
photographs In one picture nuii.
than )our two e)es can tak In
at one time. Call for hiiudsom -ly
Illustrated catalogue at
Photo Supply Go
Ants do, if given the Antollne
treatment. Orcatest success
attends use ot this newly dis
covered ant exterminator, if
tho pests use It once they nev
er do again.
In tbe pantry Antollne ts
Invaluable as it is not a poison
but has tbe desired result
Motor Carriage and Machine
REPAIR AND BUILD
ALL KINDS OP : :
Safe Work ot All Kinds.
Typewriter, f honograpbi.
Etc, Etc, Hepslred.
UNION STREET, near Hotel.
Phone Blue 721. P. O. box 111.
J. W. 8CHOENINQ, Mirjfler.
The Evening Bulletin, 75 cents per
E. W, JORDAN
has Jut received ex.
"ALAMEDA" a full lino
ot the selebratoil
AIo a bid choice In tho
PING PONG" GAME
Come early and save
No 10 Store
HONOLULU MTJCK EXCHANOB
fiiicilulu, AUGUST tj, to.
NAME OF STOCK
4. Brtwtr ftConetny
N S Sc6,DCJ Co.L'l,
, l.B. Km It Co,, M .
Hivaitin Sufir Co ..
Hftdomg Sufif Co .. I
fonok.il Stiff C .. i
Cahuka Plantation Co
Coloa Sujrar Co ,,
I ooooa aa
I mo,om loo
unu surir u,o ,
Oksti Suzir Mn Co
OU Su. Co . Lu . I
oujSuCo lu riupl
PiiuImu Su f'lan Co
PlcKk Sujlf Mill
Pus Plintf 'ion Co
Vtfttktn Si fir Co ..
Wilalm Acn Co.
VVlll.r Sten,hlp Co , I
jlw lin LWtrlt Co
Hon Ryu T & L Co
Mutual Ttlfrhonc Co I
Oltiu Rv c L Co I
Hllin(,ovrf cnt' .,
Hon Rru Tramll
Ewt Planut n 6rr ent'..,
Oihu Plinlfiion Ipc I.,,
Out Plantation p, c ..
VValatua At-Hcul p e ,,.,
Kahuku 6 percent ,..,
LAST OF THE SNUFFTAKERS,
On either side of the t'nlted States
Semit chamber Is un ancient snuffbox
-one for Republicans and one for
Democrats The boxes are a survival
of the old-time habit of snufftaklng,
which was almost universal In the
eighteenth century among persons of
fasblonand public men. The habit per
sisted well thiough the fln half of the
nineteenth century, but during the past
fifty )cnrs snuff has gone out of st)le.
The Senate boxes, however, remain,
and it appears that they are kept
filled A Washington paper recently
noted that Scnutor Vest of Missouri
and Senator Harris of Kentucky, who
fornierl) used the boxes occasional!),
have broken off tliu habit, and thai
Senator l'ettus Is now their solitary pa
ttern He is tbe last of the snurftnkers
In that historic bod) at least "Hver)
now nnd then he goes tu one of tho
black ebony boxes and. taking a pinch,
snuffs It Then an expansive smile
spreads over bis face, and. with a look
or thoioiigh ciiju)tncnt, he sneezes.'
Senator l'ettus. being well over SO
) ears or age. nine honestly by the snuff
habit, since he was taught tbe grand
manners or the old school of Southern
stutcstuen lu vogue slxt) )cars ago.
.loseph Hodges dilute has never
held 11 public otllcf save that of Am
bassador to the Court of St. James, un
less exception be made of the time ll
served ns President of the New- York
Constitutional Convention In 1S9I. H
Is now- In the '1st year of his life, and
has Just completed the fiftieth year of
his career In the legal world. He ts a
native of Massachusetts, and he ha
lived In New York city since lie began
the practice of law- Just half a century
Kalstead & Co., Ltd
MONEY ADVANCIID ON SUGAR
921 Fort Street
TEL. MAIN 133.
has removed to the
Arlington Block, Hotel Street.
In the store formerly occupied bz
H. W. Foster.
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