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EVEN1NB BULLETIN, HONOLULU. H. T., THUnSDAY, AUGUST U, 1901.
FROM BOO TO 1200 C. P.
Consume') ordinary KEROSENE
cneapcsi light known to science.
LAMPS RENTED by tho month, week or day, and for special
Mantles of all descriptions on hand.
Sole Agents (or 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.
Also agents for the COLUMBIA TALKING MACHINE.
For further partlculais Inquire of
C. W. MACFARLANE, Manager
Ve enrry the
IftlcHt stock In
f city and lend
wh 40O sales
tlflnjj the past
LINCOLN BLOCK, KING STREET, NEAR ALAKEA
II. B. IIENDRICK, Pruppletop
Afcrt V. Gear, President
THE HONOLULU INVESTMENT CO,, LTD.
Capl'.al Stock, $100,000.00
GENERAL INSURANCE, REAL ESTATE
AND FINANCIAL AGENTS
Jld Building, Merchant Ctreet Side.
-'or the Generation
Ine 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-
joaated Crab Apple Cider.
LEWIS & CO.
1060 FORT STREET.
240 TWO TELEPHONES 240
It's made In Honolulu and
we get It fiesh cvciy day.
Belter than any linpoited
candy because It's made JuH
as good as the best, and Is
ABSOLUTELY FRESH every
day. Older a box to cumu
with youi gioceilcs, fiom
H. May & Co.
The Popular Grocery Store.
22 TELEPHONES 24
HAWAIIAN ENGINEERING AND
ENGINEERS AND CONTRACTORS,
Rooms 508-510 SUngenwald Bldg.
Tel. Main 50. p. O. Box 537.
H. Hackfeid& Co., Ltd,
General Commission Agents.
Cer, Fort and Qutrin Streets. Honolulu
Fino Job Printing at trie Bulletin office.
OIL; the brightest, safest and
Before you buy
Emmett May, SeereUry.
HONOLULU, H. T,
Note the choice we offer
the four best machines In the
for all make of MACHINES
Sec our window display
Wall, Nichols Co.,
B16 Fort Street,
Honolulu. T. H.
Victor Safe & Lock Co.
Ideal Ready Mixed
Improved Stone Filters
And the Cteel Aermotor
LOTS FOR SALE
In Knplolnnt Park
Addition and n
137 MERCHANi STREET.
by Mies Ella Dayton
A MEMORIAL TO
(Continued from Page 1 )
The resolution appointing the ron
mlttec contained among Its provisions
one that makes It necessary lor tho
committee to submit Its memorial to
Hit Hoard of Directors for ratification
It Is effected that this work imd ilm
final adoption of the report of the. out
mlttee (an be finished up In a wtek'u
Tin- refolutlon adopted at the meet'
Iiik oi the Chamber of Commerce yea
ttidn) afternoon Is directly iu llr.o
wlta the aetlon taken L the Bnlld.Tj
and Traders Exchange some time nt;o
so that, from present Indications, ttio
business interests of the cctnmunlty
will be very well represented ami tho
Commission, gleaning its liutt Iro'tt
such reliable sources as ibete, nml
having the advantage oi being able to
Investigate lor Itself, will ceitnltily ho
well primed with the true ce edition of
utfalrs hete when the membe-t' .emit;
to the Mainland.
Des Moines la., July 30. The Re.
publican State Convention tidily won
Inated Its ticket and framed the plat
form for the cntnralgn.
The only controversy was ovci tho
tarlft and trust utterances of the plat
foirn, and that was settled In tm com
mittee on resolutions In favor of a reit
eration of last years utteranc.h. wltu
an addition to the tiust plank eonnrat
ulatlng President ltoosevelt lor the In
auguratlon of Judicial protedlori to
enforce the antitrust laws.
There was a spliited debate In tho
commltte'e on resolutions t reaf
firming that clause of last yeai s plat
form which declared for any modifi
cation of the tariff schedules tint
mny be required to prevtnt tbelr af
folding shelter to monopoly ' Tin
platform, whlih was adopted by tho
convention unanimously, toncrvii
lates the country on continued pros
perity deplores the death oi President
Meiilnley, and then says:
We declare confidence in the leader
ship of President Koosevdt and our
lojnlty to his Administration, nml mo
exptces our gratification that two ho.v
ored lepresentallves of Iowa Ilepublle
anlsm have cats at his nunill board.
We indorse his reeommenuatlcn as tn
leclproelty with Cuba anil b.lloo
that this policy is necettat) to pi"
'erve and complete the beuellcent
work we hae done In that Islam! m.l
that it will lie mutually beneficent to
the peopl. of Cuba and the United
We appiuve tho deteimlDallon t,f
President Itcusevelt to enlcrec tin
laws of the land, without prejudice or
lavoi AppiiiUiiK bl purpose nml
feeling an-nut! that be has the confi
dence 'I the people, we luck forward
lo his diction to the Presidency In
I9U4 as o a foreshadowtcl event do
maiided , thp popular will and ono
that will maintain and promote the na
tional prosperity and conservnte every
natlom.1 inn re at.
We ttaii'l by thu hlstcilc policy of
ihe lie iiiuican party In giving pioter
lion to heme industries, and point l.r
its ample indication to the etr.innll
iiarj rapidity with which cur national
lisouiiih have lieen developed and
mil inilii'trlal unci financial independ
ence si cured We lavor uc h batmrj
in Hi. tariff Horn time to time .is bo
come uclvltalde through tne piogr.MS
ol oin inclustilen and theii hiinqtriK
relations to the comment of the
wuilel. We Indoise 'he pollc) of reel,
proiity e.t the natural compliment ol
prutt.tlcn, and urge Its d w loptnciit
as neeecun) to the realization of our
higher! enmmiielal pon-lnflnlts
We asi-ert the sovereignty of the
pco le i n all ociporatioijt and aggr.
nations ol capilnl and the right resid
ing in the pople loenfone nicb legm
rations, restrictions or prohibitions up
on ccrpoiati- management as will pro
tec! Ihe individual and society fiom
abuse cl tne lower which gti'at com
binations of capital wield.
We cordially indorse the petition of
Piesldent Hoosee-ll iu appealing to
the courts to seeuie regulations that
will control great combinations of .up
Ital lhat present competition and con
ned the Industries to the people with
out legal sanction or public approval.
We lavor such amendment to the Inter
state commerce act as will more fully
carry out Its prohibition ol discrimina
tion In rate-making, and any modifica
tion ot the tarlft schedules that may i,"
icejiiireil to prevent their affording
sheltei to monopoly
Purser Fuel of the ster.mei- Ka int.
which anHed in port cterday ti mi
ivaual and Mihau ports, leports that
wiie-n the Kauai arrived tt Nonopaiu,
on Nlthati, she found the U. S. KIt.ii
Commits c steamer AlbntrobS tliu,.
An ortlcei irom that veteel boarded tin
Kauai with tome mail and repot tod
lhat the Albatross had made a cr.ilbu
to lllrd Island but tnat no sign of the
bark Cejlon. wnlch Is now long ovt
due on her trip lrom l.aytan Island In
this pert, bad been seen, either at 3i'n
or at 1)1 1 d Island.
Ocore Ktlll and Frank K. WIIou
hav epened a general supply sloro in
the Masonic building. Alakea sireet.
where every description of urtlcle will
lie told on the Instalment plan. This
will be the first store of tho kind to
open in this city. The partners In the
new i onern an- both very well knov.n
In Honolulu and each hr.B a very laige
elide ,f Iri'-nds. For seveial veai:.,
Ki'ii hfs bien 111 the employ ol T. H.
Iiaviei- U Co s grocery depaitnient
P rsnton Kellett Jr., ttmpoiai) ail
mlaistratot of the estate of Autone eUv
Letta. decease d, makes it final tepmt,
showing JiiOO received nud nothing expended.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Q. If. Herrcy, money to loan.
Col, (', J. McCarthy laes tor Kauai
The place to get pure Kona coffee ts
at C. J. Day's grocery.
Auction sale of assorted groceries at
Morgan's, Friday, August 15 at 10 a. in
H. Wlngate Lake soeis his eontice-
lleui with the Hawaiian Hotel tomoi-
Order a doen of the celebrated Ma
nilla Anchor Lager fiom I.ovejoy St
Co. Tel. 308.
A rubber tired phaeton. hnrne nml
lamps are adertlsoeI for rule, cheap.
See ad page 8.
For baby carriages and sen Ine ma
chines and stoves and safes, call on
Hoftschlacger Co., Ltd.
Ouly tontine business being done U
the uniform answer tn queries for
news In government depaitments.
Corns and Ingrowing nulls success
fully treateel without puln Dr. Ilogle,
Oregon block. Hotel street. Olllee hours
t to 5 p. iu,
W. S. Withers will preside nt the
nevt meeting of the Democratic Club
to be hclil at Wuvcrley Hall on Monday
Judge Clenr Is still healing plens'c
defendants on Ihe criminal calendar
this afternoon. In several cases of
Chinese fnlllng to tinser. the bouTt
have been forfeited.
The Ameilcau batkeutlue Coroiiad"
vlilfS. In at present llng at the tnll
road wharf, wus fumigated today. Cap
tain Potter expi'ctn to sail for Sau
Francisco elutlng next week.
There will be n liarboi -ocliil ghen
by the Christian i:n,leaor Pocletj of
Central I'nlon church tomonow een
Ing. .Members ami guests are expected
to be at Ilrcncr's wharf ut a ipurter
This morning, the old Hawaiian
mun-of-wur Kulmlloj was uken off the
marine railway where she had been
laid up for extcnsUe ieialrs. Inn inn
her hull sculped, euiilked mid lepalrcd
preparatory to being lilted out us an oil
btorngu vessel. She was lowed hack to
the row b Hie lug Fearless.
In the Police Court this feuctioon. Ah
Kal was lined (IS ami costs fur having
che fit lltkels. la his posM-mdiHi. ll"it
ry ChrlHllutiseti, a boy about II e:irs
of age. was lined 5 for having beaten
u sumll millve bn. The ease ugul'ist
tlamon Itasepic, chargeil with assault
With u weapon wus continued.
"The Naked Truth" makes Us ap
pearance this month, opogruphlcnlly
neat and full of good original leading,
material of a kind that is sine to prove
of Interest and profit tn every business
man In the community It Is publlsh
cel by the Pioneer AdveriMnt! Co. in
tho Interest of Honolulu .'dveitlseis
Supeilntcndcnt Atkinson of the II"
partmettt of Public' Instruction dellve -ed
before the Normal School jestenhi
uflernnon an uehlH'ss on "('luiract.r
UulldliiR." The ei'i-i-i s of the1 lifer
noon were opened bv tin- singing of
America. Hawaii Peimd was sung at
the- eliel. Theie was a huge ntt'Mid
The Anierlcaii sihooner ItiKnmond,
Captulu .lulinsoii urrlveil in pott early
this morning, after no uneventful trip
of fourteen il.ivn (mm San Kranelsco.
She Is ut present l.vlug at llrewe-r's
Willi if wheie she will discharge he.'
cargo cif general incri hnnill.e. eemslgii-
oil tn Davles A: Co Tile Ilosuinnud
btoiighl one pasni'iiger. A I'. Men ill,
who comes hue no a plcasiuc tllp.
All Sang, who appiaied iimniig the
spi'i tiitc.it Iu the Mini! mum this iii'iru
lug. hud a llttlt siirpilse prcpuicil inr
hlui by .liidge VIIin. Despite the uri;
out wiitiiiugs ol hlh iilemls, be deelln
0'U lo ri'iuovi: liis hut. The' eagle evu
ol the Judge watchi'd the pmeei'dlng
fur a little while wlii-ii'iipon he caHi.i
Ah Snug and si titi'iui'd lilin to t"n
Iiiiiiih' Impilsiitinii hi feu ceiuieinpt
Ten Chinese w In, vv.-ic aiiesled n
Spei ial (Jfllcei Mi DufTIi-Ihe-other lav
had their cases nolle pn.d. as At'en
Iley riemlng. who iippeaii'd for the c!e
It'll m'. disieiveii'il that the cniupla'ut
ugulnst thi'iii li.xl not been filed. Tin
Chinese si noli d dovviislaliH wlih 'ii
py heal ts. Theli happiness was. Iio.v
ever, mil) of sluut iliiiatlou as they
were le-nrresteil cm the same c linrv.u
as soon us the) reuclliil ihe Ion! of Ihe
The first legular meeting of the !
(cnllj nigunl7fd Voiiiig llitwallitns
llulldliig ami Loan Association, Limit
ed, conducted on the suiue plan us 'he
Pioneer Association of this city, was
held last night unit the showing was
of such an ct client nutiuc that It 'vus
voted to Imicm-c the capital stink of
the c one el ii fiom f.'o.oyo (, fpi.ooo
A thousand dollais was loaneil nt L'u
per cent piemliim, the par value oi
shan h being $100. Hud lliele II". II
thrci oi rmii tliiiiii.uiut dollais ni'ir",
II iiIm, havu bi en dlsioseil ol viy
I'JIKl l .
The Assoc Intliiu was oiganlzed In
Ma; of this )eiir and litis lllloni!
giown to siieh piopciitious thut the in
crease of capital stoc l. as alieml) men
tliiucd, was found to bu ubsolulely
ni'Ci'Hsary. The mutiiberslilp, whleli Is
glowing stcadll, Is coulllieel solely to
Official returns of the Itepublle.iu
prlntur elections at Walineit and Ku
loa, Kiiual, arrived jesterduy and ttio
Sixth District, Third Preiln. t iWuI
men l 1'inncls (lav tor Teirltoihil Con
Million and lllsirlit Committee.
Sixth Dlstrht. Fllili I'lecluct tli
loa) J. K. Farli' lor Teriitorlul Cm.
vent Ion and Mum's It'iseubladl for HI,
tit'tii'ial Ilia niav be u f ..i.-,i as
Piesldent ol Milui bv .lorn l.iinan
loin Tlie latlei Is neivv seeii'taiv ol
Mexican limine ei anil Is legunled as
the must aide lliiani l.-r In the cuuiito
He was once an liistnn ten on political
economy In oiii"of the leading colleges
It Isn't necessary to havo
reaily money to buy furnlturo
from us Just a small 'payment
down anil rcRidar monthly pay
ments. You can have your
home furnished just ns elcicaiitlv
us ou ehooso In this wny and
never feel the cost. Wo sell on
I) the best new furniture. Oar
stoeli Is tile largest ami Jiir
pi Ices the lowest In town. Don't
Ko without home comforts when
ou can have them so easily.
Coyne Furniture Co.
PROGRESS BLOCK. FORT STREET.
GOLDEN RULE BAZAAR'S
NEW BOOK LIST.
"If I Were Kins, by Justin McCarthy.
"The Darl: o' tlio Moon," by S. II.
"The Mastery of tho Pacific," by A. R.
"Dorothy Vernon of Haddon Hall," by
Clias. Majors (author of "When
Knighthood Wus In Klowcr").
"Tho Illazeel Trail." by S. K. Whlto.
"None Hut the llrave." by II. Sears.
"The Kentons," by W. I). Ilovvells.
"Tho Sttollers," by 1 S. Ishain.
"Tho Manic Wheel," by John Strango
'The Hounds of the llnsl.crvlllcs," by
Connn Do vie.
"The Woman Who Dared," by Lynch
"A llouso Parly," clltcd Uy Tatil I.cl
The above am only a "SAMPLE
LOT" of what may bo found on our
156 Hotel Street
tio. Corner of Heretanla Avenue
and Punchbowl Street.
All Work Done by Hand
LACE CURTAINS A SPECIALTY.
J. ADADIE, Proprietor.
Telephone Blue 3552.
The full, nil of the late Dr. Hh hurl
Oliver took place fiom SI Andrews
Cutheilial lo Nuuiitiu cemetery at J
o'clock verttenl.iy aflcinoon. The Itev
V II. Kiti, it eonilucteil the services
OiK.iulsl Winy Tnlor tendered sol
emn music uud the St Audievv's l'n-
oiy iiidls sunt: the limiis 'Jesus l.ov
ei of M Soul' and ' Neuter, M.v jOi.
David Da.Mon was in chaivje of tln
fiiiieial aiiaiiKemeutri and tin pall
l'iileis vveie i I nut) Mclllt.v H , W C
Aclil. Chuiles 1 .111 as. Captain I'clur
son. Chillies Ah cunt" and Dr I'. 11.
I'luwciH were llbciull) contributed
h) frieudh of the lamented docloi uud
jnii.ithlzcih with his widow- and sou
AN INGENIOUS RODENT.
All Indian Kciitlcmun, writlim 1j
'The Pioneer." bewulls the extraordl
nary luKenult of the lute, who "even
111 ileuth is a formidable enemy ot
man," as evi'l)oue who has lead ahinil
the phiKiie Knows, To lllustiuii tn .
animal's clevi'iuesn he sa.vs "On emu
oeiaslou a lat was hiiikIiI iillvi on u
ship ami thrown oveiliniinl seiuu I
was llo.it Inn by tbc side "f ibe 'iliip.
llllllli'dllltel Illeie uUhlleil a liallle o;
ul, and tbc tut stranded tin hi .mull In
dentil, lie then i-al upon tin unci
ol the ri'UKUll. II 111 II 1 1. 1 lti- li'M Willi; to
catch the wind and u oil, oik tin il-'it
wing ac an o.u, tet ill Km the shine'
'lliis slor.v. lepillltil linin Ilic I.ltei
ui) Win Id." h nol In lakiu loo ll'i c
OF FINE BLACK VIOI STOCK
The best fitting last ever made,
A man's HIGH GRADE SHOE at an
exceptionally low price,
the ri'Volrlnr; Ions of the
sweeps from side lo side and
photographs Iu one picture nior"
than our two eyes can take lr.
nt one time. Call for hamUoni' -ly
lllustruted catalogue at
Photo Supply Co
Ants do, if given the Antollne
treatment. Greatest success
attends use Ot this nqwly dis
covered ant exterminator. It
the pests use It once they nev
er do again.
In the pantry Antollne is
Invaluable as It is not a poison
hut has the desired result.
Motor Carriage and Machine
REPAIR AND BUILD
ALL KINDS OF : :
Safe Work ot All Kinds.
Etc, Etc., Repaired.
UNION 8TREET, near Hotel.
Phone Blue 721. P. O. box 112.
J. W. 8CHOENINQ, Manger.
The Evening Bulletin, 75 cents per
I E. W, JORDAN
lion Jut received ex.
"ALAMEDA" a full line
ot the celebrated
Also ii hlfV choice In tho
"PING PONG" GAME
Cume curly and hmvo
fc No 10 Store
sir Fort Street
HONOLULU MOCK EXCHANdB
hi'iioiulu, AUGUST 14, 1001.
NAME OF STOCK I S"."?' ?l BU lk.l
C, Bfwtr ft Covpinr. ,
iw Plutitlon Ca ...
Htweiiun CoBi.cfc Su Co.
Honono Sujir Co .
HoBokt SurM Ci...
Hnini Su(tr Co
tibuini Pliiitnion Co
... u M
iriouiu aurar km .,..1
ColAi Surir Co ,
McBfyJtSvjCo-.Ll . .
Utiu Sorir Co .
Oionti 5grrCo. ... .
OoVitt Surif fia. Co
OlitSuCo Lti riup
Olowitu Corrf inv
Pauhu Su I'lan Co
Pill Plctntflon Co
VtfttVto Si ztr C ...
tViUln Apr i Co. .
Wtlrnej Mill Co
WllJf tamMn r
n tin uctric to
Hon Ry.iJT & L Co
Mutual Tl phone Co
OihjRyAL Co .. .
Hawaiian dov j per cent
nuoKKia 6 percent
Hoa RipiJ Tranlt . .
Ewa Plinut n 6 fer cent
Oahu Plantation 6pc .
Olaa Plantation 6 p.c
Walalua Acr'cul 6 p. c
Kihuku 6 percent. ...
uinu k k l. lo Ptf r
DescrlbltiK the various met hud of
atehlnK turtles, a writer In "lavlnB
Anlmals of the World" says the mot
remarkable is that nraetlced In Torrej
Straits. TakltiR advantaRe of the pro
pensity of the sucklnK fish, or remnra,
lo swim toward and adhere pertlna
rlousl to an larger lloatlnK object,
llshenueii ro out with sicclmens kept
alive In a small well In the bottom elf
their boats. A Ions line is attached to
the fish's tall. and. on comlne within
sight of a turtle the former Is thrown
out In his direction. The remora ut onco
swims toward and nelheres firmly to
the under shell of the turtle, nnit th
chelonlaii inn then he secured either
lev iliauirlllLr the line hack tn the tm.it
oi by one eif the natives plunging Into
Wood yarn, as now manufactured in
Germany, I slated to tost about half as
much as cotton yarn. It Is supplied In
the natural gray state, and does not
bleach well, but can be lived almost any
color It Is claimed to be well adapted
for 11 variety of uses, such as lining,
for garments, bed ticks, blinds, crumb
I'lrst Chauffeur It scares HllnkeH
lo death to run over a man.
Second Chauffeur Does, eh
I'lrst Chauffeur Yes. He has to put
on full speed to get iKwny. and he has
sue h a horror of speeding.
The father of Ian Malcolm, M. P,
who has Just married Miss Jeannq
Latigtry. recently succeeded to the val
uable Scutch estates of I'oltalloeh on
the death of I.ord Malcolm,
Halstead & Go., Ltd
MONEY ADVANCIID ON SUGAR
921 Fort Street
TEL. MAIN 133.
has removed to the
Arlington Block, Hotel Street,
In the itore formerly occupied br
H. W. Foiter.