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EVENING DULLETIN. HONOLULU. H. T.. THURSDAY, AUGUST 28, 1602.
I (long users of light
Jack Sprait could eat no fat,
His wife cotilJ eat no an,
But a bottle of
The follow Ins list of mer who burn light many bouts
attracts hundreds of buyers
GREATEST BARGAIN EVENT EVER
HELD IN HONOLULU.
Store lias been crowded over sine.
the tale began and it 1ms In every
wny been an unqualified success. Ev
eryone who bought is satisfied at the
great bargains offered, and hundreds
of ladles have taken advantaga of the
sweeping reductions to la) away gar
ments "for a rainy elaj".
Sale Continues All This Week
STORE OPENS AT 8:30 A. M.
Come Early and Avoid ths Rush.
ALL GOODS MARKED IN PLAIN
FIGURES AND SOLD FOR
jJ Milwaukee V
fflf Beer mL
niadeever limit; serene, fr Jn
Sf'Uiilllil at th llrcmtry. &tl jtQJr
attest Hit cffiiluic) and tionom of the
ENCLOSED ARC LAMPS
If It were not bcrauie It In the moit reliable and ironvi
Icnl the) certainly would not hap Ii Think this over
Brooklyn Saloon,Wllder Wharf, Imperial Cigar Store,
Union Grill, Pacific Club, Cllte lee Cream Parlors, Fashion
Saloon, Columbia Siloon, Encore Saloon, Malte Saloon,
First National Saloon, Walklkl Inn, Boston Saloon, Ho
bron Drug Co., Progress Saloon, San Antonio Society, Pjn
theon Saloon, Hoffman Saloon and the Cosmopolitan Saloon.
HAWAIIAN ELECTRIC CO., LTD.
KING STREET, NEAR ALAKEA - TEL. MAIN 390
DRY GOODS COMPANY, LTD.
ROBERT J. COLLIER, WHO IS SOON TO BE MARRIED.
Ibis Is tbo .voting nmn vvlmie eniriiL'eiiicnt In Mi Mm Van Alen hat
Just Ik vii iiuiiiiuiiii-il Mi Collli r I the sou of I'etrr I'. I'nlller tin1 publisher
Hi- has nil ample lucnnioMiiiil pletitj of lelniiii' In el. vole tu polo pltivlni.
riding to bomitls and similar piirxtiliK Mis mi Men i the t-ielc-si ilmtijiivr
of Mr "Jlmnile" nn Alcu well l,i,iiin In tin vuliwiw ilu'.-s of .Newport
ami Ivew ork.
UKUH OF LANAITOROBBLANGHEBATES
EX, VENTURA AND NEVADAN
Shrimps, I lb. and 2 lb, tins, "Sea Gull" Fresh Grabs
"Snow Flake" Asparagus, Tomatoes, Corn and Salmon,
Lemon and Chocolate Sugar Wafers, Fresh Turnips,
Salinas and Garnets Potatoes, Enchilados, Tamales,
Olives, Russian Sardines, Anchovies, Holland Herrings,
MILLER HABEAS CORPUS WRIT
DISMISSED AUDITOR R E-
FUSES ORDER ON FUND
BOLD MEN TRIED TO
STEAL HER HORSES
Judge dear deeded the Miller ha-
WERE PETS SHE USED IN "UNDER
TWO FLAGS" CARETAKER
BADLY HURT AND ROB
BER IS SHOT.
Hoffschlaeger Co., Ltd.
King Street, near Bethel.
nut Into the ).ird and found Wdlcy
Ijing under a tire Miss Hutis knelt
beside lilm and asked. "Siilnc) wli,ifl
the matter. Have the shot jou"
, Ynidley made no rcpl. but put his
hand to the buck of his head and faint
ed nwa Ho has since been union-
J scions most of the time. Nicholas Uur
tls n farmer and his hired nun. who
jllve annus the street from the rentage,
drove to Mamuroneck for a doitor and
notified the polite at 3 o'cloik this
Yardle) did not recover conscldiis-
ness until lute this afternoon mid then
he was able to talk only n short tlmo
He said that he liad heard voltes and
I bad gone to investigate When ho
I found that the men weio lobbers he
'stood behind a tree uud was taking aim
I to shoot when one of them saw him
anil .shouted "Who's theie'"
Ilefoiit Ynrdley tould rcpl the man
Hied and Yardley tlrid at the same
time. Yardley Is confident that he hit
the lobbcr. as he saw him nagger
against the bam and, throwing up his
hands, shout to a companion, "Help
me, Nick." i
Ah Yanllc) fired a S"iond time h
was struck In the back of the beau with
It Is believed that after getting Yard-
ley out of the vii the robbeis picked
Some tbolce Kinds of choose and other eatnbles at our delicacy
counter that will proo a great-addition to the table Tr them
Edam, Pineapple, Oregon Full Cream Brick, California Full Cream
Frommage de Brie, Camembert, Kronen, Neufchattel, Sierra, Schlost
Kase and Breakfast Cheese.
Pickled Pearl Onions, Spiced and Sweet Pickles, German Dill Pic
kles, Mixed Pickles and Extra Fine Ripe Olives alt these In bulk.
Smoked Beef Tongue, Chipped Beef, New Smoked Salmon, Bloat
ers and Aberdeen Herrings, Bismarck, Holland and Spiced Herring a
If nu are not getting good butter try our CRYSTAL SPRING
BUTTER. It Is tbo REST nbtuluable.
Metropolitan Meat Co., Ltd.
Telephone Mnln 4B.
THE HONOLULU MUTUAL
FIRE PROOF SAFES
Tlieo, H, Davies & Co.Ltd. SS,
OUR STOCK OP
SAFE COMPANY'S SAFES
Is as complete as can be found at
any of the branch Mainland offices.
Our delivered prices in Honolulu
will not exceed the net export prices
charged In San Francisco.
Mount Vernon, N. ., Aug 7.
beas torpiis case jestcrday, refusing Ulanche Hates, the uitrus, vWio, witn , t licI companion and pined him In
tnc iiistodj of the little boy to his fa- her mother, is llvlug in tne i-arpemcr lMl (J,,,age, The pl.no where tbo
ther The mother testified her prefer- r.anor hoi-so, at Quaker llldge. wblilj , fo 8 ,01er,.,i tttn blood The
ence that ho should remain with -Mrs. overlooks Mam.ironeck on tho Sound. ,0,,rra IIU saddled both of Mia
Opuiiul, who has treated him well since had an experleme this morning with atl.H-H ,,tt horses.
.Miller dpsertcd his home. a hand or rouuem, who aiirniiii-u iu
i. i l... .....i ,,IaiI lint tinltirtil
Judge Iloblnsou denied the motion '"" " "" '"" "' "
uorses, i oi i;uei.v uni ..iiiiiioavn ni.
she rode last eai at the Academy of
.Music In her nppearanie ns Cigarette
in "I'ndei Two Flags." .Miss Hates
ileil.ues that this Is no piess-agenl
Large stock of new goods ex, Alameda,
Take advantage of our low prices,
DRY GOODS AND GEHTS' FURNISHINGS, 1116 Nuuanu St,
P. O, Bos V)i TJl
ju"sjsr3r wo o:o:.auTO
THE OLDEST CHu VSK FRM N HONOLULU,
for nonsuit In Hemenwny vs. Tnketu
holding that further evidence was re
quired to show that the sale of business
hj another Taketa to defendant was
not Iu violation of the bankruptcy law.
An order by Judge Gear on Audltoi
Aimtln to pay (irorge Mucauley, Span
ish Interpreter, out of the appropila
Hon for interpreter was refused. The
dlstittt courts keep that fund down all
Plaintiff Hasdon was
ciosixexumlnatlon In the
before Judge Ileal vv'hen the court ioso
jestenlay afternoon. In direct evi
dence be gave the opinion that wutcr
might be obtained on I.anal by boring
(hep enough to strike a possible vvn-tei-couue
from Maul under the chan
nel between the two Islands, as tho
denth of tho channel was but 3C0 fiet.
Judge Humphreys has continued J
K Prendeigast as administrator of the
estate of Naomi Kalhue, he hiving
compiled with tho 01 tiers of court.
Mntlou to dismiss the appial Inn
been filed In the case of Ylm Knew vs
I.lu Slu Kee on the ground that Act
41 Sesxlon I..1W8 1898, under which the
appeal was taken Is unconstitutional,
being In violation of the 7th Amend
ment to the Constitution,
.JucUe Haidy has written to Henry
Smith that he has obtained fund's for
the Septembci term of court through
tho kindness of public-spirited frlendj
and hopes the I.eglslatuio wilt reim
burse him. He nshs also that I). II
Case bo sent him to ait as stenogia-
Judge Humphrejs has dismissed the
case of S C Allen vs. Geo, V. Lucas
et al., action to quiet title as to certain
defendants. Plaintiff Is ordered to pay
t: .M. Watson S75 and J. J. Dunne
?f0 for services as guardians.
Kahoohull has asked to be appointed
administrator of tho estate of Keaho.
Tho estate Is valued at $500.
An answer has been filed In the case
of Elizabeth K Pratt vs. Y. Ahln et al,
admitting tho lease, and claiming that
rent wus palu In full prior to the transfer.
KAWI ill MARGUS
Yokohama Aug '.' -The irulser Kn
mkI vvhlih was rorentb dcsnntihed
lliv tlio Clin otntnpiit t(i MnreiiH Ifdatiil
As n result of the encounter nt the ,u comlcction wm, c'uptnln Hnsehlll's
Hates cottage, ope lobbir was shot and ex,ledltlou nas ictiirued to Yokosukn.
theu curried awuy l his comrades, M ,,, BI,rll.tBrj r ,lu, ur,,K1 of
Icuvins a pool of real blood as a guar (I(C aUo retmni,, , Tnvi on board
antiu of the story. Sldne.v Yanllc), n .... Kasnnl. Prom tin. reiiort of Mi.
iniilerirnlnc J0""R man "ll U in,reter for Mls' Islili It appeals tliat the Kasagl. which
Palawal milt UatC8 u,,a wl, muV(,1 rllP'1 "'e rcl" lcfl Vokosuka ou the '.'Sd lilt nrrlvcd
uuin uiiu tatiii m-i 'ti, jo ... ut u,.r (H'htlliatlnil oil 1 110 Till Tlicy
lin upstairs room of Hie cottage and fomilI tlint unptnln llosehlirs uxpedl
Miss Uatei Is ut bis beiUldo tr)lng to ,ou lnil I10t )Pt nrr,c,i Tbo Inland
nuiso him bad: to life. He received a'tg gituated nt 21 degiees 17 minutes
terrible blow on the bail, f tho head north latitude and 151 degrees 1 mln
with a blaikjaik or funding, and Dr. tCg eat longitude It tonnlstB of tor
J M. Hall of .Mamuronicl.. ' ''C Is at- 'n( ,ccfg w,c, bouud In the neighbor
tending him, feius that be may liuvo ,01)(, ti,0 Island rises abrupti) fnuu
ruiicusslou of the brain. Yanllc Is the wuter's edgo and Is difficult of nc-
tho son of an Kplscor-al'iU-igtiiaii of t0SSi ,0K suriounded by ioik proc-
Denver, Col Hu spent four jcurs on prCs There Is absolutely no shelter
tho plains as a cowboy and toi t .i last for a vessel, nnd no ship can rem,,i
two jears has been In tho ei,nln.v nl nt nnchor, for the water Is too deep.
the uctrecs to look af'ir lie.1 Inusjs. louring thieo ,1iib the Kasagl was
llu Is only 2J years old Ml$s llatea compelled to steam around tho Island
vj3 not at home lotlav hcn the re-'constantly. At last a landing party
terteis called.' Her mo'her sihl thnt wua formed consisting of a sub lieu
sh.' hail been up all ilgi t nuis'iii tenant ami fifteen blueJackctB. To thi)
erdlej and wag mi nervm ovei tbu leider of tho party was entrusted n
iiiounter that she had gou with .1 long official letter of which Mr Ishll
Irliud for a drive. Iwaj the bearer, for the purpose of
The lobbers, according to -Mis. showing It to Captain Itosehlll when
Hates, were seen b a cooK piowllng hi" expedition arrives The party
about Hip house eatl Pi t'n evi-iing, landed with the necessary artlc les for
but tbo woiuau paii no nti-mlou to encampment which lint) been brought
them, as she thought tint tli weie f'n Japan When tho Kasagl left a
servants on suno of the ne,ghlio-nig ' Japuneso Hag was seen tlcntlng from
estates The men Mrs Hitu thinks, itho top of a temporary barrack built
Intended to rob the houre. hut did not V tho landing part) Mr Ishll also
attempt It owing to the preit ire of hi r lc't alettor addressed to Captain Hose-
nephews, who werr visit m: hei P. ' "i woionii iiuck, American nn
was i ft '! Midnight wheu Yiouley. win
stent In an unstalii roo.n. beard talk
ing out near the ttiuK Hastily dmr- pcgetatlon
ItiL- hlmenlf nn.l t-iUni- n rnmlvxr hn ' tSOUth Ulrtl
went out. A minute later Miss Hates,
her mnttipr nnd tho ntlinr (n'punnnta n'
the cottage wero alarmed by the ro- fnt8. of vhlch there arc i thirty, make
Is now tlioroujjlily established In Honolulu, nnel
ntnny persons have availed themselves of the great
opportunities offered by Its benefits and liberal
terms. For particulars apply at the office of the
secretary, 303 IIERBTAMA ST., or to any member
of the association
TELEPHONE BLUE B71
From the Springs at Puna.
Arrangements have been made to
have this Ann mineral water bottled In
this city at the Fountain Soda Works,
One Case of 100 Bottles (pints)
One case of 50 Dottles (pints)
A rcbato of One Dollar will be made
upon tho return of shipping case and
Telephone Main 270.
Bulletin 75c per month
Istcr In Toklo. The Island Is describ
ed us full of rich forests and luxuriant
As Us name Implies
Island) tho Island Is
swarming with birds of different slzo9
and variety The Japanese Inhabit-
M.D Tin 1.i.l Tim Intnu, fft.lilnn la
I...10 ti; ,-uti iiiv lutiai lu.itiuti ,a
to havo the piano built Into the wall,
.Mr Do Pad (weiullv) Well, that's
sciiblblo' Lets wall up ours' Tit-Hits.
ports of pistol shots and 'he cursing
nnd shouts of tho robbers They also
heard a vehicle of enmn kind dash out
of the arel and go tearing down tho
hill toward Mamaroneck.
Miss Hates run to Ynrdlcy's room ami
found It empty Sho then went from
room to loom amusing tho soivant.i
nuil Bhuiillu Out out upon them!
BldiioyH inuideied'" 'I he mrvants run
' 0,Un la Mm 3 1U lai Gmt Limn,.
Ctlott tnj Jpact, CiuaAt ot 411 Ztt.t
Famous the World Over Fully Matured,
It tholr avocation to catch birds, which
aru stuffed ami sent to Japau. T.ley
n ro all migratory birds and change
with tho s ason - Japan tlazetto.
Tho Oreat Kiimllv Medicine of thi
Ago' I'or sore throat gargle r.9
throat with a mixture of PAIN-KH.I--i:il
und water ami the relief Is Imme
diate1, and euie pnaittve It should not
be forgotten thut tho Pain-Killer is
equally us g oil t takti liuerually as to
use extcinutt) Avottl ifubstltutrs, mere
la but one i'aln-K.ller, Pcnj Davl .
Prlei. loc ami &ui
A port Haiti tower of Ktivi't'S china
Is to be built in tho paik of St. Cloud
It will he III! fuel high and 2S fcot In
Oroya lor Freight
Our representative mcU all lncom
(nc steamers from the Coast, ind yc,
:hetk baggage on all outgoing steui
Wblte and Black Sua For Stic
Office with Evening Bulletin, IU
King street Tel 86.
fl. LARSEH, H'fr.
When You Want a Rig
RING UP THI
LIVERY BOARDING and
I I I I I 118 FORT OTHKtXi
Stable 'Phone, lot Main.
Hack Stand, 'Phones 319 and .
V C. H. BELLINA.
MANUFACTURED FROM PURE
DISTILLED WATER. : : : 1
Delivered to any part ot
city by courteous driven.
Oahu Ice and Electric C&
TELEPHONE BLUE 1151.
HOFFJ1AN & nARKHAn.
Beaver Lunch Rooms
Port St., bet. Queen and Merchant
Honolulu Iron Works.
ImDroved and modern SUGAR MA
SHINEflY of every capacUy and d
icrlptlon made to order, uouer won
ind WVETED PIPES for Irrlgatloi
ourposrs specialty. Particular atten
tton paid to JOR WORK, and repair!
Minted at shcrtMt notle.
Dr. Archibald N. Sinclair.
Oftlres Rooms 20S 209 Doston build
Ing Fort Street.
Telephones Office, Main 385: Res
Idenco. White 2861.
Hours 11 a. m. to 1 p. m.; 3 to I
p, m,; 7 to 8 p in.; Sundays, 12 to 2 p.m
P. O. noi 801.
Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
Everytnlng first-class. Complete Una
Key West and Domestic Clgara always
H, J, NOLTE, - Proorietor.
M. PhilliDS & Co.
Wholsuls Importers and Jobbers.
European and American Dry Goods
Fort and Queen 8ts
DECKER, FERHAMDES & GO.
Real citate Agents.
We also make a speclnlty ot enlarging
Office, cor. South and King Streets.
P. O. ytoi .121: 'Phone 2R2 Main.
FlneJob Printing at the Bulletin of
fa . i
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