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EVENING BULLETIN. HONOLULU. II. T., SATURDAY. ACRUST M, 1S02.
TRANSCENDENT ARC LAMPS
FROM 800 TO 1200 C. P.
Consumes ordinary KEROSENE OIL; the brightest, safut and
cheapest light known to science.
LAMPS RENTED by the month, neck or day, and for rrtclal I
Mantles of all descriptions on hand.
Sole Agents for the Underwood Fire Extinguishers
suitable for stores and residences; a child can handle tbetn, find
are always ready for action.
Also agents for the COLUMBIA TALKING MACHINE.
For further particulars Inquire of
WASHINGTON LIGHT CO,
C. W. MACFARLANE, Manager
THE BESTrot iif ine th
WALL, NICHOLS CO., LTD.
(THE TRADD SUPPLIED)
We carry the
largest stock In
the city and lend
with 400 sales
during the punt
LINCOLN BLOCK, KING STREET, NEAR ALAKEA
II. B. IIENDRICK, Proprietor
Albert V. Gear, President.
THE-, HONOLULU INVESTMENT CO., LTD.
Capl.il Stock, 10O,0O0.00
ENERAL INSURANCE, REAL E8TATE
'y" AND FINANCIAL AGENTS
Judd Building, Merchant Street 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
Caibonated Russet Cider, Car
bonated Crab Apple Cider.--
.LEWIS & CO.
1060 FORT STREET.
MO TWO TELEPHONES 240
We are now paying especial atten
tion to catering to Family Parties, Re
ceptions, Weddings, etc., and the suc
cess that has attended our efforts to
please, together with our reputation
for serving the best that the market
atferds, Is a sufficient guarantee that
we will give you perfect satisfaction.
We have the finest display of the
bMter grade of BAKERY GOODS and
fine CHOCOLATES and BON B0N9
eer put on exhibit here': we also car
ry HUYLER'S CANDIES and LOW'
NEY'S CHOCOLA'i ES and BON BONS
THE ELITE ICE CHEAM PARLORS
has removed to the
'Arlington Block, Hotel SUeet
tn the store formerly occupied by
. II. W. Koiter
A. C. WALL, D.D.S.
0. E. WALL. D.D.S.
Love Building, Fort Btrcet
Hour, 9 to 4. Telephone WJ til
GAS GENERATORS, LAMFS, Etc. I
AN INDELIBLE MARKING
INK GUARANTEED NOT
TO WASH OUT. . :
Your Money Refunded if
Not as Represented.
Sole Agents fcr Hawaii
Before you buy
Emmett Mcy, Century.
HONOLULU. H. T.
sent Johnnie to the grocery
tor some ennned (.oodt. wltn
positive Instructions to ac
cept only those hearing the
S. & W. label.
In this reaped Johnnie's
mother differs not a whit
from hundreds of ottur mom
ers, who hae learned to Ca
in nd on the quality of
S. & W. CANNED GOODS
H. May &
The Popular Grccery Stcrc.
22 TELEPHONES 24
Above ate shown two defects of tnc
eye which call for glasses. These two
conditions combine to produce other
defects and many symptoms.
Were It not lor nerve and muscle
im-,.a nf h. i,i ,vet mnn miL-hf te.
I,..,. . n U. ..... ., r---- -
leqt his own glasses, but with thwe
ever In evidence, the man who at
(tempts to tit his own eyes or the eyas
of others, should have an imim.Ve.
.knowledge of this delhate or).an
I Our knowledge of the anatomical
I eye and many yeats' praiihal ipe
, Heine in the titling pi t'lssi-tk is at
your set vice.
ii is i urtiu Mitut
I Manufacturing OptlcUn.
! loiton Bulldlno, Fcrt ElreL
Over Mv & Ce.
Fine Job Prlntlno t tVii Eullttin ol-le.
At thn regular meeting of the Klks
last night, II wni decided to give a re
ception to Bbhop Itestarlrk somn zon
ing next week, the time to be deeldeil
on by the Hhhop himself. The follow
ing (Oiiiiiilttfc wai appointed to take
barge ot the affair. A. K. Murphy
(chairman), Allan Dunn. II. W. Lake,
Rev Alex. Mackintosh and Ilmmet
The rfteptlrn It to he In the niiture
of a lad Its' riflnl session to be In th"
hnntU of the rontmlttee mentioned.
their wlv.snnd the wives of the officers
of the Elks' I,odge. There will he an
attractive program arrangul nnd to-
frebiiieiitu will bo served.
At last nlglil't meeting of the Klks.
Ilev Alex Mackintosh was mnde a
memtiet or I he local herd.
MEXICAN JIDAL WAVE
Culuan, Mexico, Aug. 15. --The lower
portion of the city of Altata, on tho
Pacific ri.mt, Just west of Cullacnn. has
been completely destroeil by a tidal
wave, ami net fewer than thirty people
are knfcn to h.ive been drowned. The
loss ol lite tiny bo several times hut
nuuibet 1ho propcrt lots Is henv).
It l reported that several smaller
toast towns uttuated ubove Altata
tint completely washed away .j the
same tidal wave and that the loss ot
life In thco smaller places Is very
lUJicf for the sufferers at Altuta will
be tent liom Cullacan. nnd It Is ex
pected that the stati anil IVdeinl gov
ernments will tako prompt actlun for
the relief of the. destitute.
City of Mexlio, Aug IT,.- A telegram
rcrtivd here tonight Mated that a rn
wes current In tho t'nlted States thai
lltty peisuim viro drowned In a tldnl
wnve at Altata, Mexlio. Nothing Is
known here ot such u happening. Al
tata Ib a seaport Iowa ne.ir I'ullucuii,
on the P.icllle ioat.
CoiiikII Muffs, la.. ugust 15. To
day wan llio last day of the minion
ot the national Hocict) of the rni) of
the Philippines, and after a short bus
iness; mictiiig thu v.trini were en
tertnlmd with cxcuisbus ami night
seclng. Tho teport m l uuiiiltmtliig
coinmltt.c whli'h nominal. l rie-ial
Irving Hale ol Dcumi 'nr p -.iP""
was niluptcd iiuanliuouxl) m
t lir vlre prtuhlciits mi Coliinel .1. .
Pope. Colorado, ,iud llrliaiilli-i- (icucni.
Vlldir H. Met. air, Kunsus. (. II. Low
Is ol Colorado was eleetid treasurer
and Rev. H. 11. Mnlli eluiplaln.
tit. Paul i.i chosen as the place
lor next yeai'tr meeting, nud the uxucil
the i oininlttn: was given aiithuilty to
(hnng. the ilato of the teuiiloti. If
d.eined advisable, to thu tlrst Tip's
day Vtdtiisday and Thursday In Sep
tember Keveral del. gates expressed
the cnnvielLm that for the nul fuw
years the reriulou should In In States
Irorn whleh tho regiments irime which
tornud I tin "original i:uhth Aiini"
Sn FrnnclsMi, Aumiht l. lli-t ,I.
.irirlln.ni I llliiil n util die .lli..rs.,
vi ! ..- . in- i en" X"l. iiiiu
acainst Diinean A. Cij-nil Iih. I. fulled
states iiiinrairtiue unieer ol tills port,
yesterday Kho charges him with de
serting her. TjiU is tin mi mill itiilun
.Mrs Ciirinleliael has liriiiiKlit agultut
her husband, tbo flr.t being a suit fur
malnt. unneo, in vlileli sue alleuil t lint
Cnrmichael huat her erne mi hivitiiI
oernslori'i. Htio asU.it for tin allow
true (d 5175 a montli. elalrrrliig that
amount wat necciar ro enable her
to live In a manner bellttlng her sta
tion in life.. Tho suit Is still pending.
The CarrnlchaelH were married nr Ho
nolulu in July, 1894. Call.
6LTTLC COAL STRIKt.
MttHhiicj;, Pa., Aug. 15.- IiiiIIiuIIoih
point to tire settlement of the anthra
cite coal ttrlke on or before Seiitember
1. Mah'r John Illddle, engineer tour
lnlsslocrr of the district. Is authority
lor this statement. Iu inisfIm;; throiiglt
here tonight en route to Ditrolt. Major
niddlc raid an agent of the anthracite
operators In Washington quietly told
tlmltrr- there to prepare for shlpinentu
of nnthrnclto coal after September 1,
adding that the mines will be then In
operation. Tho understanding Is that
the operntniti will make some ionics
bions and the miners aim will nuke
In the year 79 the crater of Vesinlus
was to a great extent ioered with
vlnt.fi. aud tlpartijcus and his gladia
tors uteil 1t as a Camping plaee.
L. H. DEE Proprietor
B. H. RICE Manager
SUNDAY, AUGUST 24, If 02
Qui in Oil. n Oviir m T.UM S.mHkLIo.
C .At i.ime ot Vi mirrlil 0)IU4l.ClinK
1'IK.I Ulua In B'Jtltr Tartni Kiikr
I'lhUiI Ok Tuniiip, I'd l,Ii- vmi r
I'elk Ciillets, tvtiriM,m S.HH
I.Mii.li f.rjlH5 mi Tuast
IVai I riltrrh UilK S.,u. t
Mutful Vouhk Clut Wfi
I'r mi Km .( V . t m Jh
lUkxl I!atltli.lk (il.fii IV i il,ill ii
l.lxllll I' t.tl
M't.i a i.i M t i .
Cb hoIhU" In Cii.ti ami i -
I-'ruii i'tHldmj; II ( iiiii.lv :m i
Air i man ami iwit hev c N a. .1 K . i .
Cotire, 1 en ami Milk 1 1 1. Ti n i mi
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Q If. Derrcj's orTlce, 29 30 Camp
C'apt. T. Clark arrived In the l.chua
Mr. and Mrs. M. K. Nnkulna are
back from Molokal.
Tho placo to get pure Kona cotTrc Is
at C, J. Day's grocery,
Prlmo and Rainier beer 10 cents a
glass at tho Pantheon.
Furnished rooms to let at S t nlon
street. See'nd. page S.
B. O. Hall & Son are offering a One
lot of baseball goods at all prices See
their nil on page 8.
Plumbers aro at work on Improve
ments In the olllre of the Superinten
dent of Public Works.
For baby carriages and sow-In? ma
chines nnd stoves and safes, call on
HolTschlaeger Co., Ltd,
Corns nnd Ingrowing nails success
fully treated without pain. Dr. llogl,
Oregon block, Hotel street. OtTlee hours
1 to 5 p. m,
Sachs' great removal sale still con
tlnttes to be the attraction for bargain
seekers. Store closes at usual time this
evening nnd opens again at S CO Mon
The Church of the Sncted Heart
Marquesvllle (Punahoii) tomrrow. Au
gust 2t, the Keust of the S. II. of Mar
nl 11a. m, high masj with scrimm and
collection, as usual.
The steamer lampleo nrrUed m
port from Seattle last night On the
trip, August Walters, n tlreman Jump
ed cnerbonrd nnd. although lie wa-- re--cued,
he died from the effects
The best the market affords at ths
most reasonable prices. The Palme
drill meals and service can't he beat
Family dinners In private rooms a spe
cialty. Palace drill, Ucthel street
Kuml.ky of Camp McKlnley has not
had enough of Jack Wedny jet aud thu
result Is that the two men hne signed
niticlffc for a ten round match to taks
plme Friday evening, September s.
Don't forget Camannos of tho Call
fornlt Fruit Market when you want
fruit and vegetables. He nlna.B bat
on hand u fresh supply of both Califor
nia &nd Island fruits Telephone Main
Slow prouro-s was ruude with the
I'ulnwal Development Co. wise this
morning. Mr Unit on ivhUtncil the
stand and objections, successful and
otherwise, were frenuent In regard to
e.... ii...' . ad .r'ltcu eililenee oil. red
. ; s ; i
' t" ' i "'. ' t mt tell to be pl.ii 'I on
the Makiki groiiiuU this ufternoon one
t.Miri will be uiptnlneil li It. . Jnr
ilim, known In cricket ilreles as
"Stiiiiewiill"' .lordiin, the de.in of local
iilcketers, who today eelebr.rlis hU
The flrst of the series of polo ganien
will be phjcil this afternoon ou the
Kuilnliinl park grounds, beginning at
2:SU o'clock. The Whites and lllues
will be the competing teams, the form
er to 1 nptiiliied by A. F .liiild nnd
the latler by ('. S. Dole.
It Is expett.d the Nutianu bridge ion
tieetlon of the Hupld Transit Co.'b King
street line will be tompleted thu mid
dlo of next week. After that curs will
run through from Kallhi to P.iwaa.
Transfers to and from the Punahoii
line will be glteu at l.lllha street.
Vincent Fernandez Jr. tuning pur
chased the Inteiest of Mr. Mackenzie
In the plumbing tlr ni of Mackenzie &
Ferniiniler. will lontlnue thu business
under the old linn nuuie. He will keep
up the leiord of the ilrm for good
woik and gii.iiantee satlsf.u tlon to all.
Tin- Hawaiian Loan & Salug Asso
ciation is thriving well. It started the
first of this .war wltli n capital of
JJ'jOii. Tblh had to b" Increased later,
tluoiiah the iiIiiiiii- of Hif,iserlptions.
Hint to i.'O.neii niiil then to ttv.iiofl
with a piohuhillt.x of an lm lease next
.liiniirir) to ?ii0.0U0.
Thu small Isliitul s liooiier MUe
ixlmball will prolialil.i stmt for Kiiliu
lul this iilternoou on hei way to thu
Coast, She takes fnuii lni a uiigu
of snap Iron and Koa lnnilier while
at Knhiilul sin- will taUe on board it
CUUslKlimeut or bottles'. She will ill
charge her uiipo at Sail Fninclsiu.
whence she will proi ei d In Kureka,
fixtm which hiii she will luke a load
of lumber for Honolulu. She is cxpcit
ed to be buck hcic In slxtj or seeiii
Tlie Warren ilUmee uisd had fur
tln'i hearing before Judge. Ituhlnsun
this niumlng and was loutlnued until
Mntida). Mrs. Wuricu gatt oliliuee.
J. (). Ilenuli. a prtwito dctuitlvu hired
ti the hiisbaud. tuld a long history of
his watt hlng of the wile. Hu followed
her on a birj.le to Waiklki and Pa
lama, when she went out dritlug with
men unknown tn hliii, and kept tale- on
her outgoings- mill Ineumlugs where
she lived. Counsel me .Ungoon & IV
ters for the riuiii i,u Hid, A. DiuU for
the woman Then- me a libel and a
cross libel, both .asi-H being tried to
RUSSIANS REFU8E TO RETIRE.
Peking. August 15. The restoration
of the Puklng-Shnii Ilal-Kwan railway
is being delaed b the Itllsslans. wliu
refuse' to rellnnulsh thu Nuwehwaug
Shan Ilal-Kwan s.'itlna iinhss rhey
are alfnwed to retain the maehliiH
shops and ropnilhouse,. at Shan I lul
hwrtn. Tlie Ilusslnns also object to
foreign otYiilals pirttli Ipatlrrg in thu
management of the line.
FRANCE AND SUGAR BOUNTY,
I don Xugiist 10 Tin Ilrussels
furtcsponib in of ili-i SlHiiilanl sajs
Frame ha iieit'd Hussia h proimsitl
for a Iresh ugar ..iiif. r. net
Any way you look at it It's the ONLY
MEN'S PATENT OXFORD worth look.
Ing at. Come In and ask to see Lot
314 and Judge for yourself.
... A Good Shoe, of special quality,
offered at a special price. . ,
McINERNY SHOE STORE
Golden Rule Bazaar
iso hotel HTitr.nr
NEW and DAINTY LINE of
STATIONERY JUST OPENED UP '
"Itoxhoro" Pap. terli- - New
Shape; Dresden lllile 25c Box
"Itoxhoro" t'upcttrlo Ntw
Shape: l-iitus, llond 25c Box
"Old Amsterdam" New Shape
(The usual prices of this
grade ot goods, fide. I
"Thespian" High tlradi Pa-
peterle 20c Bo
"Hningellm"-" - Pnpcterle. . . t5c Box
At llond Note and latter
Tablets Hub il or Plain.... 20c
Pnnliuieut llond Tablets.
White anil Dresden Illue 20c
Pnrehiiieiit lloiul I 1 !; . ,w
lets. Whlln nnd J . . 1 '.'.a
Colonial llond Note Tulitits 15c
ltoal Hiigllsli llond Note Tab
::: ..The Latest Published ::;
::: Books of Fiction Reeelv :.:
::: ed by Every Local : ;:
::: steamer. Stop In and!;:
::: and look over the LIs : ::
::: of New Books. .-:
A HOME ON
Don't glc up your home fur
nishing plans becauso you -an't
tome In with a pocketful of
We hae studied and Improv
ed our Llrtle-at-a-Tlme credit
plan with the one Idea of mak
ing it more pleasant to deal here
011 in dlt terms than at any oth
or stole for 1 ash.
We Iiiim- a big stock to sh i-v
oil at lowest ptlces.
Goyne Furniture Go.
L I M I T E 0.
PROGRESS BLOCK. FORT STREET.
816 Fort Street,
Honolulu, T. H.
Victor Safe & Lork Co.
Ideal Ready Mixed
Improved Stone Filters,
And the Steel Acrmolor.
IVTX v AtsTOTOrt)
-h'.-Zr i cs e-J?
LOTS FOR SALE
In Knplolnnl Park
Addition nnd n
IS7 MERCHAN. STREET.
by Miss Ulln Dnyton
HAWAIIAN ENGINEERING AND
ENGINEERS AND CONTRACTORS.
Rooms 508-510 Stangenwald Bldg,
Tel. Main SO. P. O. Box 537.
The- most satlsfacioi) pi
tures of a group or wide land
scape or a high wnterfnll aro
taken with the
You dou't full) realize Die
charms of photograph) until ou
lime one Call Tor illustrated
Photo Supply Go
Ants do. If given the Antollno
treatment. Greatest success
attends uso ot this nowly dls
covered ant exterminator. If
tho pests use It onco they nev
er do again.
In the pantry Antoltne Is
Invaluablo as It Is not a poison
but has tho desired result
Motor Carriage and Machine
REPAIR AND BUILD
ALL KINDS OF : :
Safe Work of AH Kinds.
Etc, Etc., Repaired.
UNION STREET. n.r U.I.I
Phone Blue 721. P. O. box 11Z.
J. W. 8CHOENINQ. Manger.
at the PALACE GRILL
1 E. W. JORDAN
has JuHt received ex.
"ALAMIIOA" n full line
of the celebrated
Aim) a lilfi choice In tho
"PING PONG" GAME
Come curly and novo
SE iNo 10 Store
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANaB
IlellOIUlU, AUGUST J2, IOOJ.
NAME OF STOCK
C. Brtr ft Company,.
H.S Sachs OO.Co.LM.
LB. Km ft Co., Ui...
Hawaiian Con. ft Su Co.
Hawaiian Stifir Co .,
noaooiu auctr t-o . . .
1 HoaohaaSufr Co....
Htilni Sufir Co
, CihukuiVii.iiitton Co.
1 ClhIPUnt,Co..LtJ,... ,
T SO.OOO j
j McBrydeSuCo..U... .j
O-0i Sujcar Co
Ookala Surir Plan Co
OUa Su.Co.. HJ.. ail'
Paautiau Su I'Un Co ,
' Hpekf S gtt Ce . I
Dl,.u Mill ftt
' (Valatua Aert Co ...
) WallukuSuearCo .
t WalmanatoSugar Co
WMtr Sltunthtn C
Ifitr-lilan4 Stf am N Cot
Hawa Ian Electric Co
Hon Rajll T A L Co
Mutual Tetrthrtftf Co
OahuKv&l Co. .
Hawaiian (lov $ pff cent .
H1I0RRC0 bprtttrn .
Hon Ripld Transit . .!.
Ewa PlanUt'n 6trttenu.,
Oahu R & L Co pt t c .
Oahu Plantf tlon 6p c
Olaa Plantation 6 p, c i.
Wafatua Arr'ful. ftp. e .
KahuV j 6 per ?nt ...'.,
Sales L'10 Olaa. assessable, It, 100
Olmi. paid up. JH.r.n 10 Olaa. paid
up. fS 10 Ilnwaljan Sugar. 120
OPIE READ'S NEW BOOK.
The world Is filled with lovers and
everywhere they are much the same.
In his latest novel, "The Starbucks,"
Ople Head has cleverly descrlbtd tho
difference' between the young and old
loM-r: "An old man may love like a
fool, but the boy hues like a hero. Tb
old man who bellmes he Is loved by
a girl Is a reveler In the debauchery
of his own anity. With an egotism
inknown to outb be believes. Hut
the boy Is uniertaln and doubts him
If Ills love, instead of Inspiring
lonudcnic wlihln his own breast, in
habits his heart with the ghost of fear.
The old uuin talks platitudes and
knows bo Is tonWnilng Tin- boy
stammers his devotion and f e N that
ho bus failed '
Notwithstanding his fear, the warm
blood of )oiilh Is th" boy's "constant
hamplon nud sooner or later opens
ior him I b gates of happiness." How
Tom i:illott finally overcame this
'ghost of fear" and wooed nud won
old Jasper's 'delicious- riot" of a
daughter Is one of the most enjoyable
portions of Mr. Read's new novel.
(Laird & Leo. Chicago; cloth J 1.50 J
GENERAL FUNSTON'8 HEALTH.
Denver Col. August 14 Oeaeral
I'rederlck Kunston wus In his offlco
at Army headquarters toda) for tho
tlrst time for more than a week. There
has been two operations on his hip for
an abscess, caused by a bullet wound
received In China, but he believes that
he In now permanently relloved.
Kalstead & Co., Ltd
MONEY ADVANCI1D ON BUGAn
921 Fort Street
TEL. MAIN 133.
E.R. BATH, Plumber
Located at IC5 King St.,
Opposite Young Bldg.
Telephone Main 61.
AGENT FOR THE CELEBRATED
Fort Street 3