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EVENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU. II. T., FRIDAY, AUGUST 20, 1302.
TRANSCENDENT ARC LAMPS
PROM 600 TO ISOO C. P.
Consumes ordinary KEROSENE OIL; th brightest, saien
cheapest light Known to science
LAMPS RENTED by the month
week or day, and (or tj.i al
Mantles of all descriptions on hatd
Sole Agents for Ifie Underwood Fire Extinguishers
suitable for stores and residence a child can handle them, aid
nre always ready for action.
EPWORTH ACETYLENE GAS GENERATORS, LAMPS, Etc
Also agents for the COLUMBIA TALKING MACHINE.
For further particulars. Inquire of
WASHINGTON LIGHT CO.,
C. V. MACFARLANE, Manager
' t r- tr mmt - - . wr i-T. :
THE BESTron HttRif,onT rAi.te ith
AN INDELIBLE MARKING
INK GUARANTEED NOT
TO WASH OUT. : :
Your Money Refunded if
Not as Represented.
Sole Agents for Keweii
WALL, NICHOLS CO., LTD,
(THE TRADB SUPPMBD)
We enrry the
largest stock In
the city and lend
with 400 sales
during the post
Before ou buy
LINCOLN BLOCK, KING STREET, NEAR ALAKEA
H. B. IIE.NDRICK, Proprietor
Albert V. Gear, President.
Emmett May, Sttuury.
THE HONOLULU INVESTMENT .GO., LTD.
Capi.al StcCk, $100,000 00
GENERAL INSURANCE, REAL ESTATE
" AND FINANCIAL AGENTS
Judd Building, Merchant Street Side.
HONOLULU. W. 7
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.
140 TWO TELEPHONES 240
We are now paying especial atten
tion to catering to Family Parties, Re
ceptions, Weddings, etc., and the suc
cess that tias attended our efforts to
please, together with our reputation
for serving the best that the market
affcrds, Is a sufficient guarantee that
we will give you perfect satisfaction
We have the finest Olsplaj of the
batter grade of BAKERY GOODS and
fine CH0C0LATE8 and BON BONS
erer put on exhibit here; we also car
ry HUYLER'S CANDIES and LOW.
NEY'8 CHOCOLA'i ES ana BON BONS
H. May & Co,,
The Popular Grocery Store.
22 TELEPHONES 24
FOURTH TO GIVE
i Continued from i'ago 1.)
Dlbtn "onmillteo of the Rcpub
lb An Pi'ty or tlio Terrltot) iif Ha
waii. Dear Sir Au Major Zlcglcr stnteri to
me this morning that his remarks at
your committee meeting yustcrdii
were misquoted by the newspiper re
ported i tt.ke tin. liberty of addressing
this comrmuncallon to jou for the pur
pose of . lenrlni, tbo misunderstanding
that hrs t one abroad about myself us
well as tin 1 orluciiusc 1'olltlo il Club
I wish to ttnlo for myself ni well u
the club, that Hit iitatcmcnt made to
Major Zlcgle r wi'j In nubnt wee us f"I
lows Tlint tlit club would not an
noupee itself m H publican, but thu
thiy would ie their support to the
Republican llrhrt as a whole pro
vided the i Jub it nominees were placed
on thi'lr ti'Kit
I wish to Mate that the Portuguese
Political Club ! not antagonistic to the
Republican party, and that Its policy,
to the bbt of in) understanding, Is to
tee a gooil Lrt inlnturo cle'teil In this
Territory ut the coming diction.
Trufctlnt tlilu Will help In clear the
erroneous, JmpttiHlon created lj the
reports published In the papers I beg
)m'! very respectfully,
J M CA.MAHA.
Vhn the reading of this letter had
been computed Major Zlcglcr said the
papers bad lulsiiuotcd hltn and went on
to state .tmt lie leally did si The
statement in the Ilullctlli yesterday
was almost won! for word what Major
Zlegler said anil this Is substantiated
by some of the rliwst listeners nt yes-
teruay s me'tlDi Major Zleglcr ma
have meant to uy Konicthlng else but
what n Old fay In what appeared in
In o-eler to uliow Major Cam huh
position, e'aptnen Samuel Johnson
arose and Mnte-il that he hud lud a tnlK
J with the major, durlng'thn course of
, which tie made the remark that the
i Itepubll nil part mutt not expect the
Partngue ' Polltlc.il Club to ufflliute
with it A'.liril If he himself would
I come out no a Republican wcie he to
get th nomlnntlou on the Rcpuhllc.in
legislative ti'rot, ho replied In thu
I negative A'ktil turthei that In msi.
the dlst'i t committee should giu thu
Portutu'M icpntatatlou would the
club allow that iKiily to pirk out Its
own mi n Hiti reply" came ouie mop
in the nenilivc Thu club must pick
j out Its own iimn
Captain Jotueioti said that Major
Camarjv went farther ami Mated that
should the Democrats give the club a
better show in the next election than
the Kepubllian1' In this the dub woul I
back Unit party ir the Republican
should t1'' tht i lub rcprcsi ntatlon thla
j ear their mipport would he glveu to
that party h te and ull over tha Islands.
At thit point, Mr. Ueuberg moved
that ont repmicntatlve from the Poi
tufcuete Club be allowed to ii'n on th
Republican '(PM-wiitatlvu tlckit of the
Fourth District providing the I'oitu
guese Club miwi out as a Republican
club and 'uiIoik-j the stialght Ilepub
lis'an ticket The motion was not pin
on account of the lack of i second
F XI HiooK-i then Intioniucd the
ollowmc; resolution providing for Por
tuguese rMU'l-eiiUtlon on th Itepub
llcan tiOet which being adopted the
meetinc .ilpiijpti to the call of the.
ne'olv-d, That It Is the purpose of
the KourUi Di'Jtilct committee to plac
at the iii cling of the DUtilct Commit
let whiih w Ji J l,o held next week, one
Portuguese-American on tin liglslu
tlu ticket thin year, from tlif 1'ourtli
DKtriit prdviited the I'oilugiieto I'oll-
tlinl f'luli vlll select nnnii-s fiom whlcli
Eu.'ti cniiillildte 1m to be i hoi u and
nlll pNiJM thoifinelycn to uiiiialinoiiHlv
biipport the tntire nepiiblliiiu tlikct li.
utuiii ! h nil iiumluatlou.
IT VAt MO HAMPTON.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Q II llerre office room 10 Cnmp
The placo to get pure Kona coffee Is
at C. J. l)a '8 grocery.
Judge IMec adjourned the I'eilei
court U1I3 morning until Tuesda)
New todnj flohcmlan bi-er ou
draURhl it the Pantheon 10 tenls u
Part) desires one or two roomed ir
nlshed or iinfurnlihcMl coltngi Si-
ml page S
A dtmurrei has been enured in in
Federal court to the Income tax te
The weekly edition of tbe Evening
Bulletin gives a complete summary ol
the news of tho day.
Manufuiturcrit Shoe Co a Highland
Calf shoe for 3 Is the best shoe etr
offered for the monej
For baby carrlngcs and sewing ma
chines nud stoves and sates, call on
Hoffscbtacscr Co , Ltd.
Prince Jonah Kalanianaole rvturnid
unexpectedly from Kauai In the
steamer Nllhau this morning
Corns nnd Ingrowing nnlls success
fully Heated without pain I)r llogle,
Oregon block, Hotel street Offlce hours
t to S p in
Judge Ilohlnson s trjlng the suit
or Thomas .Mctialf ngalnl John Kid
well to dispossess tho deicndnnt of
land he bought In Manou
The wireless telegraph service li
sigiln open for bnSlneiis, the places ol
striking operators at Latnil having
been filled lij new operators.
Approval of Marshal Hendry i nr
lounts In u bankruptcy case was tin
otil) business in the United States Dix
trlct Court this morning
Captain ltodman of the V S. S Iro
quols offers $10 for the nriest und de
livery on board the vessel of P .Mui
ph, u seaman who has dcocrted from
A meeting of the Seventh Precinct
of the Fifth District Is culled Toi hat
urda.v Aug Jo. at 7 p tu attheuunci
of King ami .Maunakeii streets A full
attendance Is icqucsteil.
It was (Clinical lo ci- llnilis of the
law dispersing when .luili- (li-iu I
gun iiKSignlng iciiiiimiI to pilxoueiH too
poor to pa) fees IliHlnciu' downtown
suddenl) ln'iiiiiie moil tin lit.
The wireless telegraph service It
now open for business to Mahukona
and nil points on Hawaii and Mai.
Tfbvrnins will bo received at Cue In
lerWIund Telegraph Companj's off'.c
luwer Foil street.
Judgo tleur granted a divorce to Ke-
kula Kuplheu agiiiiiHt Janu'H Kiiplhui
l,ivliig the libelee dining H ptAubi r to
p i) costs unci tin attornov feci Mr
Watson appealed for llbtllaiil. Jlr
Chllllngwonh for libelled
Allie Metcalf was denied alimony
In her dlvone suit iigulnst lliiiiims
MeUnll. b Judge Itolilnioii. us thu
llbellii- had nothing wlnue'vlth to pay
anjtliinu C. W Anlunrd uppeaiod tor
llliellailt, TIluinaH l'ltc ll fur llhellee
Among the passengers who arrived
todn) lii the steamer Nlihau were
Prime lonah Kalanianaole nnd Judge
A. Maliaulii, who return fiom u politi
cal lour on the Dig Island where the)
have visited every district ixcept Kau.
Sterling, the pilnter, is prepared to
do ull kinds of tlrsl class painting, dec
orating mid wall papering mm Has j
Hue new ttock of wall papis on hand
at his btorc on I'nlon street A com
potent man will nlwavs be found on
hand and will he pleased to show sum
pics nnd give pilccg on nil kinds ol
1 li i-fianicr Ileluie irrlved In pent
fiom Hawaii pons milt mis morning
She biciuulil el !. Ini..- of Papauloa nil
far fin 'I II Divlix & Co lib bi
Piiiih.in Miliar Cm In. In S. Co I..'
bend of attic f i rim K.innihce and lis
bugs of c off. finui Kukai in 111' Pa
palu.i sugar will lit put on board the
HONOLULU STOCK BXCHANOfl
hunoiuiu, AUGUST jij, 190a.
ANYBODY CAN ANSWER
IUt. In prohnblv the n-lest ques
tlon eer put to ail) 0110
hit Is tin best know! and mot
poi ilm shoe In the- world'
Wli)' llecause ev.'r feature of this
great shoe Is PERFECT,
llecniise there are MIL1.ION8 of
customers who tentlf) to H
tlecause by Its MERIT it Is known
from one end of this world o th" other
Decline It Is sold at the
McINERNY SHOE STORE 5
NAME OF STOCK
- Brtwir ft Company ,
IS SadiiDO Co,Ll
t.B.KrrkCo. LU .
ia Plantation Ca ..
tltvAiunuom a so 1,0
tUwilltn Sur Co .
Honoaou Sugar Co
tahuky Hi tUtion Co
Kinl Plant Co LtJ.
Clpahulu Sufar Co .
Colfva Sarar Ct
CHonta SurfCo. .
Ookal Sat fr Plan Co
Ola a Su Co.Lti .a I
OaaSuCo Lti plup
I Olowalu Company
IPaauhau bu Plan Co
1 c. -.. r-
Plonf Mill Co
ffttalua Atri Co . .
Waltita Mill Co . ..
VfttiM S tram thin Cn
Hawa Ian LlfctrK Co
Hon Rarld T t L Co
Mutta) Tftpption Co
Oahu Rv k L Co
Hawaiian Gow i ttr cnt
Mllo R R Co 6 per cent
Hon RaplJ Transit
Ewa Plantain Opfnt
uanu KSLV.O per c
Oabu Plinitn 6 p c
Olaa Plantation A p. c
waialua Aer'cui ope
KahjJa 6 percent
Golden Rule Bazaar
ISO HOTEL STRimi' !
NEW and DAINTY LINE of
STATIONERY JUST OPENED UP '
Iloxboro" Papeterie New
Shape; Dresden lllue . 25c Box
"Hoxboro" Papeterie New
Shape; Lotus, Ilond 25c Box
Old Amsterdam" Now Shape
.... 35c Box
(Tho usinl prices of this
grade of goods 5Uc )
"Thespian" High C.rnde Pa
peterle . . 20c Bo
' Hvangeint ' Papeterie 15c Box
Al lloiicl Note anil l.e tier
Tablets Hilled or Plain 20c
Parchment Ilond Tnblets,
Idle and Dresden nine 20o
Pare lime nt Ilond Letter 'Inn
lets White and Dresden
lllue ... ... 25c
Colonial Ilond Note Tablets 15c
Itoynl Kngllsh Ilond Note Tab
lets .. 15c
::: The Latest Published-
::: Books of Fiction Recelv-
::; ed by Every Local'
::: steamer. Stop In and-
::; and look over the List
::: of New Dooks.
Is a perfect wonder.
The revolving lens sweep
from side to side nnd photo
graphs In one picture more than
jour two e)es (an take. In nt
one time Cull for handsuinel)
Illustrated eatalog at
Photo Supply Go
t 09 001
$ ODD on
.. .. .
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A UNIVERSAL COMPLAINT.
This speeding crare has grown so grent
Dame Nature Is affected
For da)s the giddy creature has
In scorrblng been detected.
Thu Automobile Magaxlat
His Proficiency as a Linguist.
Urn n Are jou anything of a lin
guist? Jones Well I can read and under
stand Ficurb, German, golf, and auto
mobile but I can't talk "em The Au
Eiii GO AWAY!
IKE ELITE ICE CREAM PARLORS
has removed to the
Arlington Block, Hotel Street
In tho store formerly occupied by
H. W. Foster.
A. 0. WALL, D.D.S.
0. E. WALL, D.D.S.
Voto Building, Fort Street.
Hours, 1 to 4. Telephone Mala 111
1 ' r11 aai ffi 'i
IF YOU CARE FOR YOUR EYES
you care for our aid. Our specialty Is
fitting Glasses to relieve strain and
Improve the sight. Let us aid you to
better vision or the preservsticn of
A. N. SANFORD.
Boston B'll'HInn ?nr StrtoL
Over May i Co.
ll had '.ihen tunaldciable poi suasion
lo ImliHC the old lady to lake 11 seat In
an aotomuhUo but finally she hud con
sented to do so because she was un
Sous to rea'li the) bedside of her rlc I.
grandchild In a village some twenty
miles av.ay, the last train for which
had left some ten minutes befoio shn
arrlvnl at the xtatlon
When tbe owner e3f the big aiitotno
bile who Vfu.j touring through Long
Ulane), had oviihcard the old lady 3
legrcts .it ij'lm; left he had Insisted on
her aecoinp.inylnK him, ns he was lo
pass thofOdc,h the particular one of the
half dozen or more Long Island vil
lages i) (until Hampton where the sick
grandchild lived. i:vei thing went
love)) until the almost living vchlclo
in alKmplliif to pass a wagon loaded
with hay viliM h occupied the entile
centei of tbe road went unepei tedl)
Into th uiMi and rather vlnlentl) de
posited 'i occupants, In an adjoining
Recovery from the shock though
somewhat toufused, from the lather
unusual method of alighting fiom a ve
hicle the old lad) asked of the cha
"Is this r. Hnmpton?"
'No mni.m ' he mnnaged to g.np.
'this, is hi, aC'idcnt "
"Oh dear1 ' uald the ex-occupant of
'he vehicle 'then I hadn't oughter
have got out here, hid I"
Hut sur-li muvety was loo much foi
the owner of the damaged ve hlib , and
he said the only safe thing for one in
his potltiou to nay nothing The Au
Will i: Fishers sa'e for Philip
Pick, administrate!! of ttie hw ll'irur)
of thu lato Johnson NUke is of Hllo
was well attended li liwers Justice
Perr) of the Supreme Conn ami Judge
Humphreys of the Circuit Court
present There were "7 volutins In
the lllirai) and beginning i.t I'.' o'cloeit
the sale was nearly 1 one hide d at - p
m lllds almost unlformrl) stirtid al
half u dull ir a volume, runnlug up lu
mi) where from $1 to $" When stand
ard works In dally use In court rocrn
and otllco were put up It was a time for
the auctioneer lo cry, Don t all spcnl.
at one e "
THE MOURNING BAND.
A man with a mourning band iimmd
thu sleeve of a light ejieue.at got on 11
llroailwuy car the othei eveniiu S"at
cd In the corner was 11 little gill of the
Oh, mamma' she shrlllce! so that
all could hear her why I its that mail
a black bind round his arm?'
A vain attempt was made to silence
lu r, but with a sudden look of enlight
enment, rimemberlng the pri cautions
that had been tukeu to pieseive the
solitary tree on thilr block she ex
claimed ' Oh. I know It s to ke e p the worms
from crawling up ' And the nun Joined
tu the general laughtei
Patented April 8th, 1902 )
Will revolmlonlre nntlress
construction and mattiess buy
Ini; ItR construction being
double woven win stre tilled
from he ad til foot of thu lied
give's a complete and inner full
Ing support llkht person
tlnds It soli und a iujvj pi rson
finds II e tree ellngly hilling No
hpilng to brink and It is prni
tic nil) hide slim Hide We me
hole ug uu t nun hud m" it III
Coyne Furniture Co.
PROGRESS BLOCK, FORT STREET.
Ants do, It given tho Antollne
treatment Greatest success
attends uso oT this newly dis
covered ant exterminator. It
the pests use tt onco they nev
er do again.
In tho pantry Antollne Is
Invaluable as It Is not n poison
but has tho desired result.
Blltn What Is Speeder doing now?
Ilium He Is Interested In a gel-
rich quit I. scheme
Ullm -ton clout snv so?
Ilium H'n he Is eoiirting an hrir
1 tu- Town Topics
Motor Carriage and Machine
REPAIR AND BUILD
ALL KINDS OF : :
afe Work of All Kinds.
iCtc, Etc., Repaired.
I UNION 8TREET, near Hotel.
rnqne uiue zzi. p. o. box 112.
J. W. SCHOENINQ. Manager.
Kalstead & Co., Ltd
MONEY ADVANCDD ON SUGAfc
921 Fort Street
TEL. MAIN 133.
BIS Fort Street,
Victor Safo & Lock Co.
Ideal Ready Mixed
Improved Stone filters
And the Steel Aermoior.
A "blackboard" of green artlflclil
f I Ho. which It Is claimed, is more
rebtful to the eye than the old boards
has been Invented by A F I'aishnn,
Fine Job Printing at the B.ilctin of.
The B. F. DILLINGHAM CO., Ltd,
General Agent for Hawaii
Atlas Assurance Company of London.
Phoenix Assurance Co. of London.
New York Underwriters' Agency.
Providence Washington Insurance C.
Phoenix Insurance Co. of Brooklyn.
MANAGER INSURANCE DEPTMTV
Office 4th floor, Stangenwald bldg.
P. H. Burnette
Agent to Grant Marriage Licenses.
Notary Public and Typewriter.
Real Estate, Insurance, Collection!.
Office, 79 Merchant Street, Honolulu.
at the PALACE GRILL
Fred. L. Waldron
P. O. Box (S3: Te) Bluo Til; Room
t, Bprecke's Bulldlur.
Tho Bulletin, 75 cents per month.
ona The aso o fCshlio 11 lutanene
iharcicl with having Mild liquor will,
oat a liee-nhf was continued
In the Policet Court this morning th
nse of Nallmn a fmall boy charged
with mnllciouH I11J111) was nolle probd land was first adopted by tho public
rec)Hinu war mien cu tor nnving eoiu- ' bcuoois in i.uiie uoch, ar in iaci
mlted an ussuult and hntte ry iion Kn 'man) large cities have utilized this
new invention, nnd oculists give It the
highest recommtndatlon. It Is believed
that chlldicn with weak eyes nie often
' subjected to serious pi rsonal Injuiv
In the Jcillco Couit this ircnnlng thiough the coiibtiint uso of blaik
-'am K'onu ibarged wlti malleioiii 'n boards, which are known to hu In
jury vvnlvnl exanilnntlcn and ho.i Ills ' Juiious to the eye. (Ireen Is natures
. ast Kimiiiitted for trli.l. Sam lu .he 1 color, and lb naturally restful to ihr
man who euusid the lotugucse rcsl-'cye. So far the Invention has met with
denth of Punchbowl much woe yeattr-) favor amoug thofe who riperlninoted
day, by killing a couple of goats. 1 with It-
In Knplolonl Park
Addition and n
Knllhl. - - - -
117 MERCHANi STREET.
by MIhh lilln Duytnn
HAWAIIAN ENGINEERING AND
ENGINEERS AND CONTRACTORS.
Rooms 608-510 Stangenwald Bldg.
ret. Main SO. P. 0. Box 537.
E. W. JORDAN
him Juki received ex.
"AI.A11LIM" a full lino
of the selclirntcd
AIho ji lilfV choice In the
PING PONG" GAME
Cume curly nnd hu
No 10 Store 3
E Fort Street 3