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I J TRANSCENDENT ARC LAMPS
FROM BOO TO 1200 C. P.
Consumes ordinary KEROSENE OIL; the brightest, safest and
cheapest light known to sclenre.
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,
Also agents for the COLOMBIA TALKING MACHINE.
l'or further particulars Inquire of
WASHINGTON LIGHT CO.,
C. W. MACPARLANE, Manager
We cnrry the
largest stock In
the city and lend
with 400 en I en
c'urlnjv the pnst
( LINCOLN BLOCK, KING STREET, NEAR ALAKEA
II. B. IIENDRICK, Proprietor
Albert V. Gear, President
THE HONOLULU INVESTMENT CO,, LTD.
Capl'.al Stock, $100,000.00
..ENERAL INSURANCE, REAL ESTATE
' AND FINANCIAL AGENTS
Jufd Building, Merchant Street Side.
For the Generation
COOLING DRINKS I
Fine 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-
fcoiated Crab Apple Cider,
LEWIS Sr CO.
1060 FORT STREET.
TWO TELEPHONES 240
It's made In Honolulu and
wo get It fiesh every day.
Better than any Impoitod
candy because lt'n made Jtot
aa good as thu host, and Is
ABSOLUTELY FRESH every j
day. Older n box to ionic
with onr giocerles, fioin
H. May & Co,,
The Popular Grocery Store. :
22 TELEPHONES 21 I
HAWAIIAN ENGINEERING AND
, ENGINEERS AND CONTRACTORS,
Rooms 508-510 Stangenwald Bldg.
I Tel Main 50. P. O. Box 537.
H. Hackfeid & Co., Ltd
General CommissioD Agents.
IVI Ut. Fori and Qunn fttrttU. Honolulu
'l Fine Ji
Job Printing at the Bulletin at-
Before you buy
Emmett May, Secretary.
HONOLULU, H. T.
Note the choice wc offer
the four best machines In the
for all make of MACHINES
Hec our window display
Wall, Nichols Co.,
816 Fort Street,
Honolulu. T. H.
Victor Safe & Lock Co
Ideal Heady Mixed
Improved Stone Filters
And the Steel Aermotor
.-rt , j. . ' o
S "V '
LOTS FOR SALE
In Kaplolanl Park
Addition and n
1J7 MERCHANi STREET.
by Miss Elln Dayton
WILL FIGHT IT OUT
TO A FINISH TODAY
CHILLINGWORTH AND GLtAEON
FORM A TEAM TO PLAY
WELA rA HAOS MAIN
' LAND GAMES.
The baseball pamc this ef'.t.xo ,u
at 3 o'clock nil) he between the Knnu
hatncha and Ptinahott teams and a ver
close cuntet Is anticipated. Tb' Kn
mehamehas were beaten by the Tuna
boiis In their last game and for that
renson they are more than anxious to
defeat the wearers of the bull in 1
The I'nnahoiis. on the other biad
elated by their very close scor in '.be.
game against the Honolulu. last bat
m day aie trying hatd to climb fuitbtr
up the list and will put their tlrc;u,?it
men into the game today. Tb Kb
mehamehas will play hereon ,n ihe
box, not wishing to make any nor n
perlments. Moth teams have bieu in
dulglng in good hard practice durliM
the week and are in excellent shop"
Time will be called at 3 o'i lo-Is
Bharp. l.Hut. Newton of Camp Me
tvlnlcy will umpire as usual
Nigel Jackson and his Wela Kr. Il.io
team has been unsuccessful in iMIIii,;
a game with Other the Custom H iuic
or Malle-lllma teams, both tbr or
ganlzatlons telling them to ' to (.et i
However, Deputy 8herlfl Cbllllrji;
north and I'at OleaEOn have come to
the front and have gotten up te.vn
which will try conclusions with tlio
Wela Ka linos on the Punahou amjj
us at 1:30 o'clock this afternoon. '
The team consists of the following
I'at CJIeason. pitcher and captain, J.
Aylett, catcher; Sara Leslie, first bate,
cloister, second base; Chillliii,Tw rh,
third liase: J. .Mlllnms. shortstop. .1
took, right field; and llanfrm.ii lilt
field. The team Is "shy" a center Oil I
er and will therefore call on F M
Brooks to lellnquish his arducus du
ties at the score board to Mr. Brc li
ons and play that position.
The Wela Ka llao team is U 'ot
lows: Chas. Kaanol. idtcher: Lj
nlng, enteber; Nigel Jaiksou ti si
base and captain: Smith. sv und
base, McKarlane, shortstop. FtniMt,
third base; Win. Welch, lelt field. Yv
Ahla, tenter field; Chas. IuitTy rlht
In the Ameilian League terl-x, the
Inst lepoited games lAuguM m h'
suited as follows-
Cleveland defeat) il I'hilade-lpli.'n ri
lloston di feat i-d St. Louis 4 to 0, t,r
former playing an errorless ramf
Detiolt defeated Ilaltlmore 2 to
Washington defeated Chicago "i to .'
At the Clexeland-I'hlladelphlii turn'
theie were 1.0i'.5 people preum and
at the lloston-St. Louis tRw tt at
tendance was 3,2imi.
The Ameiliar) League aeia(-H i-e
now ns follows Chicago luidlm; L,- a
veij small margin;
Won l. M 'N eg
Chicago so I'd rir.8
St. Louis VJ Vi -,0't
liostnn . 50 41 ".13
I'hllndclphla 44 41 'iJ'J
Waslilngton 44 48 4.8
Cleveland 43 4!) 4iV7
Detiolt 3S 47 447
Ualtlmoic 38 f.-i 41'2
in the Nationar'Ltague K-nt the
last lepoitid games (Auyui-t h) -e
suited ns lollous:
Chliago defeated New Yor) . t, ti li
I'ittsljiiig iletf-Htid I'ht)alt.bia.
8 to 4.
IloHton defeated Cincinnati 10 to "..
Hiooklyn defeated St. LouIk. o to 3,
the luimei playing an errlles n,irr.
The National League axerate uio
now as lollows. Pittsburg ln;dlug y
a veiy wide margin:
Won. Lost f't;.
I'ittsbuig ;c 21 7r.S)
Chicago 49 41 541
Hrooklyn 61 'i j43
Uoston 4fi 41) D'
St. Louis 42 DU Ao(
Cincinnati 40 48 451
I'hlladelphln 35 55 3i
New Yoi k 27 C2 .30.
The standing of the clubs in the. Cal
ifornia league was as follow oil .r-
Oakland 03 32 .tfij
Los Angeles 40 45 "21
San I-'ianclhio 4k 47 505
Siicramemn 27 t3 3U0
rhc game between the Oaklnd und
Los Angeles tiams on August fc result
ed In a victory lor the lorniT oy a
stole ol I to 1.
CAPITOL SQUARE CONCERT.
Tim band will play th lollowmu re
lections ,tt u enmert to be i-j.ni on
tin- Capitol giounds Hiiudny a tinioon
beginning at 3 o clock.
PAIIT I. I
The Old llundrnl
Oveituie, Tile Mill un the Cllfi
Caatlna, Siege cu llailem.. Peuella
Sehctlon, Jciusnlera Vidl
Vocal Sulci Hon, llohemian (Jirl itali
Selection of Stephen Adams' op-
ulur Songs Heu.;y
Intiodiictlon. Lohengrin Wagnur
(iavotte, Dulce Tovny
Selidlnr, The Ilurtoniastt i . '-.iiiltiu
The Star Spmiglen Ilnnnr
C'hrlbtian Chiiicli-U. . M ,i kley,
lidbtni, iihiilinir 1214 Wilder uvenuu;
tilephcine lllue li'.TL Subjei-i of U a.
rn. neiimin, "1'asslon fm souls" Sub
Jeit of Itfteeii minutes' aildres at (veil
ing eulie. The Call to Sepuratlou,
,1 Call into ,i Higher Kellimi-nip. ' Cen-
tl ill subjeit of 7 30 p m. r'rvke Is
"The Cnl I to Kepaiution ' iiible uliool
il 1 45 a. u All arc wuhi.wi to these
EVENINB BULLETS, HONOLULU. H. T., SATUHDAY, AUOUST 15, 1002.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
flco. Harrison motiPv to loan. Tel.
The place to get pure Kona coffee li
at 0. J. Day's grocery.
Prlmo and Halnler eer 10 cents a
Glass at the Pantheon.
y United States Marshal K. It. Hetidiy
arlved from Illly In the Claudlnc to
day. There lll be work In the third rank
In McKlnK-y Lodge, K. of P., tills eve
ning at 7:30 o'clock.
The menu at the Wnlklkl Inn for
tomorrow's dinner Is a tempter. Head
It today, e.it it tomorrow.
Mra. Frank Ilroan returned from
Knunt In the W. O. Hall this tuorulOK
after a visit of several weeks at the
homo of Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Wllcov: In
Llhun and with other filcuds at v all
ium places on the Garden. Isle.
Tho Portuguese Political Club wilt
hold a meeting nt l.usltann Halt dm
Sunday afternoon, nt which the follow
ing members wilt make addresses: J
P. Durao, J. M. Camara, Krntik An
drado, Manual Pachcio, M. A. Slh.i
and J. M. Vivas.
Among the arrivals from Hltn and
way ports In tho Claiidlne this afte"
noon were the following: Miss r
Hlchnrdson, Mrs. O. K. Wilder. II
Loulsson, K. C. I.e lllond, A. K. No
wahl, II. A. Young. Father Matthias
J. T. McCrosson, Capt. J. Uoss. Mr
and Mrs. Geo. K. Smithies, J. T. T.i
lor. Miss Kate Cornwell and Miss II.
Agent Ueehe of Ihe Globe Navigation
Company tins received from San Fran
cisco a letter under date of August 6
in which It is stated that the steamship
Hawaiian of the Amerlcan-Itnwallnn
line did not suit for Seattle on the 2d,
as she had been scheduled to do. She
was detained owing to a bleak In her
propelling gear. She was expected to
nail on Aug. li.
The Polhe Court held a very short
session this morning, as most or the
cases on the calendar were continued
In order to await uetlon on them on
the p.vrt of the Grand Jury. The ease
of Wong l.o). charged with solldtliig
wax nolle pros'd. Tarn lira was ullegud
to town bitten M.vuhiiit In the face.
He. was reprimanded and discharged.
Umoto was lined .:: for riding his wheel
after dark without a light.
No additional news regarding tli
murder on Kauai on the 7th lust, cam
by tho W. G. Hall this morning. It
tiniispircs. however, that besides the
murder of one Chinaman, two others
arc wounded. The uoll'.u of the Island
nio keeping very quiet about the mat
ter, as they realize that this Is tu best
thing they can do If an early rantm--
ot the murdeier Is to be effected.
Tho steamship Coptic departed f').'
the Orient piomptly at 11 o'clock this
lorcnoon. Among the passengers who
went to China In her was Lieut. Comdi.
Cnrter, who Is a knmaalmi here, hav
ing lived In this city about six vear)
ago. During his shoit stay In port h
had n chain e to meet many of ms old
trlendH. The l.leuteunnt Commander
goes fiom China tiTae Philippines ,
tnke rv post nt the Naval Station ut
Yesterday fteinoon nt about 3
O'clock William Mutih und A. A. Youni?
of tho building lommlttte ut the Leahl
Homo (Hospital for Incurables) un
paired before Alexander Young, .1. I
Cooke and S. K. Damon, Hie trustees.
.Mr. Mutch, architect anil superintend
ent, declared his woik Mulshed. The
keys wcie tnen bunded over In the
trustees and a caretaker was appointed
to look aftei the preniii.es urn 11 they
can he furnished ami occupied.
The following letli'i bus beeu rec. I.--ed
by pli.vslclaiis of Ihe iltv.
1 desln- to cull to yum atleutloii tho
uccenaltj ami liupMrt'inee of lepoitli, ;
all cases of Intel tlnus diseases as e,u
ly as posslbb- to tbe Una id or Heiilili,
especially Is this so in any inse of
plague or ilioleiu that iniiy tome iri
der your care In tbe futuie.
The failure to repent suib eases un
til the patient Is dead, or uearl i,
and tho ohisiiii of lelatlves und svm
patbizurs with the pntlent lo the Isi.
of infecllon, and also the danger in
their canlng tile illsease uway fr.n i
the bedside of tne sick person to nth. r
plnces In the community, is a stnndlng
and grave danger to tho public hea't'i
Them bus been, uiifoituiiutoly, con
Kldtrabhi negligence in the past
twelve months In this respect. In uianv
The Hoard or Health Invito )our in
operation and aid in this matter, In
enable them to cnrry out their ruttuli-
tlons lor tbe Isolation of Infected per
sons mid siispeets at the euitlest pot
slble date after t , 1 may elthei km .v
or siup.'i t a i ti in to be of an liil'ectj.u,..
or coiitiiglous tyjii-.
The lloaiil nt Health believes Hint
onlv. b winking hnrmnulnuidv togei'i.
er can the public health lm pioteit.-il
nnd eplileiulis b ,-)it-l
Hoping tin- Iloiuil of Heultb .vi'l
have .vinir liviui) eoopeinilon, I in,
dear doetiii-. lalibrull) youis,
II. C. HLOtiC.CTT.
I'li'hbb'iit ll.iaul of Healtii
IROQUOIS GOOD WORK
(Continued from I'ago t.)
found the Island wnleis peculiar!."
free from dangers to tmvlgnthm, sin h
(is oiitljlng reefs, roiks, etc.. so tliut a
ves.i"l inn sail quite (lose to the shine
111 must plan's.
Another until cubic ft-nliuc Is that
the unlets Ikwc iiio to shallow Hi it
good iiiirboragis Hie very iiuiiiero ..
Cuptuln id nt urn n sujli-s that thei-,
limn In u It in.1 ,i doin of Hue mi
i hor.Mcs wbli li, nltliiiiigb known l..
the inasteis of In.TT cnifl, nie mil v. I
liiM'd Of these aiiebiiragi-s I In- cip
tain will iiImi iiuih - n enuiplete eba't
'Ihe liotpiols will stmt on a rulxe
I'.-aln on .Moinlaj inoiuliig Slu- will
gn iiloiig Ihe uoithern shine nl Oah'i,
.iimiiid Kiiiial on 'ruesdit) anil aiiiim I
Nilllilll nil VV'i-llllesdll. rellliiiliiu tl lull (
tho souih shine nl Oahu She wi;i
unliulil,i li,' In pint iigniii mi Tliu.s-J.i)
It Isn't necessary to have
ready money to buy furniture
from us Just a small payment
down nnd regular monthly pay
ments. You can have your
home furnished Just ns elegnnilv
as )ou chooso In this way and
never feel the cost. Wo sell on
lv the best new furniture. O.ir
.Hock Is the largest nnd )iir
til Ices tile lowest in town Don't
gu w Itliout koine comforts when
)oii tan huve them so easily.
Coyne Furniture Go.
PROGRESS BLOCK, FORT STREET.
Golden Rule Bazaar
IBO MOTEL BTRIiBT
NEW and DAINTY LINE of
STATIONERY JUST OPENED UP
'Itcuborn" i'apcterlo New
Shape; Dresden lllue 25c Box
"Ilonboro" I'apeterle New
Shape; Lotus, Ilond 25c Box
"Will Amsteiilniu" Nuw Shape
(The usual prices of this
grade of goods, rale. I
Thespian" High (linde I'n-
pcterle 20c Oo
"Hvniigelliii)" I'apeteile. 15c Box
A I Ilond Note and Letter
Tablets Hilled or Plain . 20c
I'aiiliment Ilond Tablets.
While and Dresden lllue .20c
Parchment lloud Letter Tab
lets. White and Diesden
Colonial lloud Note Tablets .15c
Itovnl English lloud Note Tab
::: ..The Latest Published ::
::: Books of Fiction Recelv :.:
::: ed by Every Local . .:
::: steamer. Stop In and :::
::: and look over the Llsl :::
::: of New Books. .".
hns moved to It'n
28 UUEEN STREET,
Opponltc the Bout Lnndlnji nnd
C. Brewer f Co.
CALIFORNIANS TO FEAST.
A mvetlng of Hie Native Sons of tin
Hidden West, resident In Honolulu,
was held In the drill sited last even
lug. (!. W. It. King presiding and A.
Ni-whnusi- luting in. secrttuiy It vvnsj
decided '' celebrate California s Ad
tulsi'lou lla on the evening of Septeni
bvr ''. by giving a bauipiit. The fol
lunlug (ommlttec on urriingeinents
will make the preparations: (I. W It.
King (cliuiimaii ex officio), ,1. W
Jones, W. II. Hoogs, A. New house. T
II. 1'etiln and W. Nnylor. Thu ioni
mlttee on nriniigements will appoint
auh-tommlttees and a thorough can
vass of the city w 111 be mnde tu its-urn
the names of all native born Callfor
nliius. It was decided to fix tho pi Ion
for tickets ut ."i each. It whs also de
cided tu close thu lists on the Saturday
Pi eiudlng; the baiinuet.
I'ljhM'x Harris, who Is to appear In
tills evening's HmIIi- prngNin takes ex
icplloii to what lie feels Is the slur of
an evening paper which iiuiilc paitli'U-
lar iiiiiiiioii or Ills win ,n n Hlspi nter
I or nil 1 1 leinuuinle on baxi'liall tleld-i
Hauls nulls hl eiieig) tu au liuiiui
able wnrk for a living and dnes uut
understand how his Imm-i-t loll inn be
ux-il aualust lilm, lie bi'lii'Vi-s he tan
give bis opponent a few points In thu
niiinlv ait this evening ami tbeieby
piove his light to eliRmploiitlilp liuii
ors 111 this Hue. --
OF FINE BLACK VICI STOCK
The best lilting last ever made,
A man's HIGH GRADE SHOE at an
exceptionally low price.
the revolving lens of tho
sweeps from side to side and
photograph In one picture more
than Jour two eyes can take In
at one time. Call for handsom -ly
Illustrated catalogue at
Photo Supply Go
Ants do, If given the Antollne
treatment Greatest success
attends use ot this newly dis
covered ant exterminator. If
the pests use It once they nev
er do ajaln.
In tho pantry Antollne Is
Invaluable as It Is not a poison
but has tho desired result.
Honolulu Drug Store
Motor Carriage and Machine
REPAIR AND BUILD
ALL KINDS OF : :
Sfe Work or All Klnda.
Etc., Ktc, Repaired.
UNION STREET, near Hotel.
Phone Blue 721. P. 0. box 112.
J. W. 8CHOENINQ, Manger.
The Evening Bulletin, 75 cents per
E. W, JORDAN
has JuHt received ex.
"ALAMEDA" a full line
of the celebrated
AIho a bl(V choice In tho
"PING PONG" GAME
Come curly and save
g No 10 Store g
E Fort Street 3
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANOB
(ii-ik'iuiii, AUOUST 16, tool.
Uilif n r-rnfu t ClbMll
crwic jr aiun Pili Ti
C. Bnwr kComjtny.,) i,M,eecl
' LB. Km k Co., Lit..., ,SS
Htwilltn Sufif Co ....
Hononu Sufir Co . .
Hitku Suttf Co
Khulm klititlon Co. '
Kttahulu Sofr Co.
Coloa Surtr Co
0buSuraf Co, , . '
tnotma Sugar Co.
Ook.lt Sui.r Plan. Co '
uu su. to., ut.. Ill
OlaaSuCo Ltl Must
Piauhiu Su, hin. Co i
rittfic sueir Mill
I'jU PUnu'ionC-i ...
'feeko Si gr Co . .
Pifnf Mill O
Wtllu Aen Co. . .
WallukuSujrirCo . .
WilmiTutnSujjir Co '
Wima Mill Co
WiMf r S(imhlp Co
Inter-Uljni StrinN Co
Hiwi Un blrctrlc Co
Hon. Rp(J T. L Co
Mutual Telephone Co
Oihu Ky&L Co....
t, 000,000 1
Miwallin (iov jper centl.
Hit R RCo 6 percent I.
Hon Rap'4 Transit . . .
Ewa Ptantat'n 6rercent .
Oihu tfftLCn Mrr L
Oahu I'lanttlon 6pc
Olaa Plantation 6 p, c. .
waiaiua A&cih Op.C.l.
KahuVu I percent
Dlv Ideiids Mutual Tel. Co., 1 1-2 pir
eeiit, llononui, 1 1-B per cent; O. II. &
I.. Co.. 1-2 per lent.
Thu steamer Claudlno arrived tn
port from llllo and way ports at about
1 - in p. m. today. Her cargo consists
of 2'J head cattle, t!7 pigs, 5 bags pota
toes. Hi bags loin (S2iJ,43) and 17
piiel,nKos sundries. Admiral llecklvy
repoits the follovvlng sugar left at Ha
waii poits ready for shipment: Olas,
17,301; Walnliea, 9,5'i0; Hawaii Mill.
none; WnlnaKu. 7,5'Mi; Onomea, 6,00'i;
I'epeehoo, l.luti; Honomu, 5,700; Ha-
Kabul, 7,ouo; Ijiupalioehoe, 10,000;
Oul.ala, none; KiiKalau, none; llama
Knn. I.O1111, Paauhiiu, none; llonokaj,
none. IviilitilliHele, none; I'unaluii, 3.
soo. HouiiHpo. 3(0.
The steamer Heleue was loading di
nar at liupahoehoe. She vvlll be In
The steamer W. (I. Hall arrived 'mm
Kauai ports this morning at o'clooit.
She bioiight lo paekiiges sundries and
I hags coin. The following report Is
given li) the purser: "The IMward
.Ma.v Is loading sugar at Makavveti.
She vvlll have 5,000 bags on board oy
tonight. The Hubert Hind leaves Kle
clu today. Hough at Xuvvillvvlli e.uJ
Hiituimaulii Stroug northeast winds
and rough sea crossing the channel.
The following sugar is left at Kauat
ports rend) for shipment: Mak., 2,
tr,0; and O. II, l.O'iO.
Tho wireless telegraph service Is
now open for business to Muhukena
and all points on Hawaii and Maul.
Telegrams vvlll be received at the Inter-Island
Telegraph Company's office,
lower Kort street.
Halstead & Go,, Ltd
MONEY ADVANCHD O.N SUGAR
921 Fort Street
TEL. MAIN 133.
E. R. BATH, Plumber
Located at l". King St..
Opposite Young Itldg.
Telephone Main 61.
AGENT FOR THE CELEBRATED
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