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EVRNMNO nUM.ETIN, HONOLULU. T. tt., WEDNESDAY, JUNE 3, 1003
PIANO AND ORGAN.
Jas. Sheridaii, Hotel and Alakca Sts..
or Hawaiian Nowa Cu. Pianos nnd
Organs tuned ami repaired. Also n
line assortment of second-hand pi
anos, organs, nil Aeolian organs
for b.tIci Coino nild tcq lliein,
Woven Wire Mattresses rmaired at
tho Factory Honolulu Wlro Uedi
1250 Aliipal St.
' Yee Sing Kee Plumber and Tinsmith,'
Smith St.. lie. Hotel and PntiJinl
Bulletin Business Omcc Phone 250.
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 185
Completely ' Furnished Houses For
Kent For Summer Months.
1 2 large bedrooms, living room,
dining room, bath, &c. Use of
rowboat. $30.00 per month.
bedrooms, large living room,
bath, &c. Entirely mosquito
proof. Good bathing. Yard
boy thrown In. $40.00 per
Bishop Trust Co. Ltd.
924 Bethel Street,
137 MERCHANT STREET.
LOTS FOR SALE
IN KAPIOLANI PARK ADDITION
and other desirable localities.
Y "" " For Sale at a Bargain Premises
m -iiuuuiu uu mc ucutii, a iwu-aiuijr
house and furniture, at a bargain.
Hawaiian Office Specialty
931 1'ort St ""
Fresh, whdesome, and of every
Ecretania, Alnkea. and Union.
NANIWA & CO.
Alnkea and Merchant Sts., Magoon
Bldg.; P. 0. Box 775; Tel, 327.
For.Exp.e.rt. iTu" c"..Bles!I?., "t
lorcycte, Automoolles, etc, call on
J. 13 Santos.
Back of Peter's,
PHCNE 361. UNION 8T.
R. MIYATA & CO..
CONTRACTORS. BUILDERS. PAIN
TERS, PAPER HANGER3 nd
Second Hand Lumber, Doors and
Sashes Baught and Sold.
1UJU ST., PALAMA JUNCTION
QT- BULLETIN ACS. PAY -.!
ADULTS' CLASS IN DANCINQ
L. do L. Word, Accountant, has re
opened I1I9 office on Fort Btrcot,
nlmvo tho Hawaii Photo anil Art
Shinshiiiytf Hotel, A. Ourn, Mgr.,
lei Kd. nr. King; Phono -17a.
For house-help, phone V.'hlta 2831, Ma
hlkl. General Employment Office,
ror Pinnrnli) nnn nrntanln
Sweet Violet Butter
The Best Made.
2 Lbs. for 75c
C. Q. YEE HOP & CO.,
at the automobiles, buggies and car
riages we have recently overhauled
THEN SEE US.
W. W. Wright Go,.
King Street near South
P. L. PETERS
m. Phillips & Co.
, Wholesale importer and Jobbars
AMERICAN DRY QOOO
ORT and CUCEN art
manufactured from 'oure distilled
trr. Delivered to any part of city by
courteous drivers. ,
OAUU ICE AND ELECTRIC CO.,
Kewalo. Telephone 523
BOOT and SHOE MANUFACTURER
By the Latest Improved Machines.
Men's soles, 75 cents (sewed);
Men's Heels, 25 cents.
Pipairing Neatly Done.
Comer King and River Sts.
'Sanitary Steam Laundry
Branch: TERRITORIAL MEESEN
GER SERVICE. PHONE 301
FOUR COCKER SPANIELS. Thor
oughbred puppies, can be seen at the
veterinary Infirmary of
A. R. Rowat, D.V.S.
At Short Notice and Quick Delivery.
EAGLE DYEING AND
Fort Btreot. - Phone 678.
OF ALL KINDS.
DEALERS IN LUMBER.
ALLEN & ROBINSON.
Queen Street :: :: :: Honolulu.
At All Watchdcalers.
Aeent for Hawaiian Islands.
Car. FORT and KING Sts.. Honolulu.
AND OTHER PIANOS.
THAYER PIA.NO CO.
160 HOTEL STIIEBT.
Hawaiian Oper? House
SATURDAY, JUNE Gth
Alice Sit by the
Presented by the
Honolulu High School
Tickets on sale now nt Wall, Nich
ols. Prices 50c, 75c.
Hawaiian Opera flonse
JUNE 9 AND 11
Manof the Hour
A Page from the Book on New York
Political and Social Life
Presented for the first time here
by W. D. ADAMS and an Unexcelled
Amateur Company, for the
Tickets on sale Tuesday, WALL,
NICHOLS CO., LTD., 50c, 75s, $1.
HOTEL ST. OPP. YOUNG HOTEL.
CHANGE OF PROGRAM
Majestic ( Amusement Co.
AN ENTIRELY NEW CHANGE.
Admission 10 cents
Children 5 cent's
HOTEL AND BETHEL STREETS.
New Moving Pictures
Introducing Famous Subjects Never
Before Shown Here.
TONIGHT ! TONIGHT !
ADVENTURES IN WEST AFRICA.
TROUBLES OF A LOVER
AND NUMEROUS OTHERS.
Admission 10 cents
Children 5 cents
New, Easy-Riding Studebaker, five
seats, on call day or night.
All kinds in rolls and sheets.
SUPPLY CO., LTD,
Fort and Queen Sts,, Honolulu.
Tel. 410. George G. Guild, Gen. Mgr.
4000 Grcon Hoofing Slate 10"xl".
BOO One and Two Prong Iron Fence
1 2C-galIon Drum Commercial Kth
cr. 1 Castiron Fitting with Flanges,
for 12" Wrought Plpo.
EMMELUTH & CO., LTD.,
145 King Street. Phone 211.
Fine Job Printing at tho Bulletin.
(Continued from Pre 1
tornojs to display his wit by boiiio
alleged caustic renmrlt.
Tho following names worn drawn
on the Jury list: J. J. Sulllvnn, 1M
wln llcnncr, Fred. Tcrrlll, V. F. Not
Icy, Pnt. McOrntli, Frank Godfrey,
A. It. Hatfield, J. J. Kgan, W. AI.
Mnhtikn, CI. J. Livingston, Chus. I'.
Osborne, John Pnttlgnn, Jr.
As Is known, tho fight will un
doubtedly he keen, nnd nt times tills
morning them were Hashes Mini dls
lituyed iiolnts that will bo of the
greatest Importance In the' continua
tion of the trial. Especially was this
notlcenblo when Frank Thompson
asked n Juror whom he, was question
ing whether or not It would make
any material difference to him If It
was shown that A. 1. Taylor, Chief
Df Detectives, had written the ar
ticles pertaining to tho case which
appeared In tho Advertiser. It Is
generally understood that Chief
Taylor did wrlt a number or
these articles In tho morning paper,
which, by the way, were decidedly
fulsome In their praise of the police
Another point which' 'seemed lo
bother both attorneys In tho case was
whether or not an Advertiser re
porter's word was ns good as a Chi
naman's, or vice versa. Almost o'
ery Juror'belng questioned wns asked
If he would give the same credence
to Lcn Let's testimony as ho would
to anyone else's, no distinction be
ing made because of nationality or
Fred. Tcrrlll stntori that he IiimI
formci ly been connected with the po
lice department, but would not allow
this fact to Influence htm In forming
a verdict. Ho wns passed for cause,
but It Is understood that he will be
Frank Godfrey was tho first Juror
to be questioned by counsel. Deputy
Attorney General Lnrnach wanted to
know it Godfrey knew Lee Let, the
defendant In'tho case.
"Stand up nnd exposo ourself to
tho gentlemen," broko In Piank
Thompson. Leo Let arose. The us
unl questions were put to Godfrey
without nny startling results, until
he was asked If he had read and be
lieved tho newspaper storie on the
"Yes; I hnvc rend tho stories," an
swered GUdfrey. "but can't s.iy that
I believe everything 1 read In them,
although I am n newspaperman "
"Rather rough on the papers,"
broko In Thompson Godfrey was
"Of course, I don't believe tho
newspaper stories," stated John Put
tigan, tho next man Questioned.
"Do jou know Lee Let?" asked
"I do In a business way," answer
ed A. It. Hatfield, "but It would not
Influence mo In forming my verdict."
"If tho defendant, who Is a China
man, should bo called on the stand in
his own behalf, would you consider
his testimony In the samo light as
you would that of a white man?"
asked Frank Thompson.
Mr.- Larnnch Immediately object
ed, but tho question was nllowed,
Hatfield stating that ho would give
Leo Let tho samo consideration as
anyone olso. When asked what ho
know regarding tho case, ho stated
that ho know only what lie had read
In tho nowspnpers. Frank Thomp
son thereupon waved an Advertiser
beforo tho eyes of Mr. Hatfield, ask
ing him whether or not he recogniz
ed a certain article there. Lnrnach
objected to tho papcis being shown
,to tho Jury nnd Judge Robinson sus
tained tho objection.
"Do you lcnllzc tho fart that thcro
have been no less than forty articles
in tho Advertiser regarding 'this
case?" nsked Thompson. Howover, I
!io was not allowed by tho Court to
display tho papers to tho Jury.
"Do you know Mr. Lamnch?" next
asked Thompson of Hatfield.
"Yes; I havo known him, socially
and, in a business wny for tfio last
ten or fifteen years, having worked
lu T. II. Davies & CO. with him."1
"Ali-ha; this grows Interesting,"
murmured Frank Thompson.
II. M. Ayrcs, "sporting editor nnd
promoter of prizo-flghts," came In for
Ills share of attention, being referred
to several times In tho questions ask
ed Hatfield. Ho was finally passed
J. J. Sulllvnn wns nsked by Lnr
nach If he would give newspapermen
the samo consideration In their testi
mony ns anyone else, nnd ho remark
ed Hint "he guessed ho would."
Frank Thompson felt called upon to
nslc tho Bamo question, getting tho
bainc answer. Sullivan wns passed
for causo. y
Edwin Ilennor stated that ho had
been acquainted with Leo Let slnco
"You nppreclato tho fact that Lar
nnch Is merely the mouthpiece
through which tho Tonltory Bpeaks,
do you not?" nsked Thompson.
"I do," answorud Ileiincr.
Mr. Beimel- said that ho read tho
newspaper Rtorlcs as newspaper
' "If It developed that Mr. A. P. Tay
lor wioto tho eaily articles on this
case, would It make any dilfcrenco to
you." asked Thompson.
"No, I would still consider them ns
paper stories," nnawered llcnncr. HO
was pabscd for cause.
"I'm from MliMjurl," answered
Fred. Teirill wlieli asked (.oncom
ing tho novpapor stories.
"What Is ycur tjuainess?' asked
"I'm n small farmer," boldly an
"Well, would the fart that tho Ad
vertiser 1.4 an ndtocale of sm ill farm
ing mlllt lie In nny wny to Influence
jour Judgmtm?" nr.ked Thnnip-mu
causing a general laugh In the court
romn. He vjb parsed for cui'c
Sperry's Fleet Is welcomed In So
.utile nnd (Ailmliul Is presented with
"Your duty Is to poison rats," says tho
Cltlienj' Health Committee, "and In this
way prevent Uie spread ol the dreaded bu
This warning o( danger from the plague
epidemic must Impress every cltlren with
the Imperative necessity ol destroying the
rata that lnlest our city and are a menace
to our very life.
The most reliable poison and one that la
recommended by national and local au
thorities Is Steams' Electric Paste, which
l drives rats out ol the house to die.
f Wherever used itlillls oil the rats.usually I
In a single night. It Is absolutely guaran-
Protect your home and your city with
Stearns Electric Paste.
2 oi. boi 25t 16 oi. box St.OO.
Gold by Drueclttt and General Gtorc. every
where or sent direct rrcpald en receipt of price.
ituus' titeac rmr. co.. ihii.,i.t., u.i.l
Believe in Lucky Numbers.
WE BELIEVE IN
Naturally! We know more about
PAINT than anything else. The
PAINT .we use is rela PAINT and put
on as Paint should be. We can with
pride point out to you the houses
painted by us.
12, KING ST.
Lucky Signs S-S-Signs.
An InhalAliort for
CmolofM la Boon loAattMnallos.
Uu. It not aranl M, tSvlli. to lirMlk. I. .
rDMMl7 IOC OU.AMW Ol 111. DTflMlW !, m
u u Ike njiolr Uu l .Mm.cht
lronlr nlpMc. U rll owrUi. dtyu.il
ntluallli err bMtu, (Mil proloDar4 mmt
UWl IrotLnaiiL U U tnwUQ. to MoUr
with .mi rtdklron.
ThoN, of . !
will Au4 InniMlMU rtlM
from Ojufkt or btdMnvJ
Uondltlo. of th IbTMt.
fimnA ut foe d
M rnkm auwBt,
134 Beretania near Fort St.
I ''fiHL .:.-.' L t5T.TD TTbibibiH
I I (ftJatJMi.4 !) . I
I llTVtfrrrl' I
Cent a Word
Advertisements Under this Heading
uio bcni ror weru cn uiy. nw mu- ,
. a I
vertlsements Inserted for Less
A young American desires reasonable
lodgings with quiet family; price
must he fair. Addiess "J. A.." this
A young man, between 10 and 20,
for permanent position. Address
"G. O. I'..'; Ilullctln. 4000-tf
To buy second-hand furniture. Will
call nnd let )ou l.now what wo will
give. " Phono 1CCC. 401S-2W
Second-hand Hat-too desk; must be
reasonable. Address "L.P.," this
A second-hand showcase, about Cxlxi
feet. Address with prlco "P.," this
Clean wiping rags at tho Ilullctln of
Will Stephen Narinnn kindly leave
address, this office7 Important.
Advertisements Under this Heading
One Cent Per Word Each Day. No Ad
vertisements Inserted for Less Than
Ten Cents. ""
A cottage nt Wntklkl, furnished;
electric light mid I tinning water,
rate $10 per month. Apply Kngl-'
uecrlng Odlcc, 1929 Kulnkaun Av
enue, Chas. It. Hoc, Mechanical
Knglnecr, Designer, Draftsman,
Architect. Estimator, Patents Ap
plied For, General Business, Man
unil Workman; General Jobbing
nnd Klcctrlcal Wiring nnd Plumb
ing. 1017-Juno'l, 3, C, 8, 11,13
Tho Trustees of tho K. of P. Hull of
fer rent, to Fraternal Societies,
their lodge room, on tho following
evonlngajif each month: 1st nnd
2nd' Saturdays, Ut and 2nd Tues
dnya, and the 2nd nnd 4th Fridays.
House, eight rooms, with modorn con
veniences; pleasant grounds. In
1'unahou District, convenient to car
lines. Knqulro W. C. Weedon. Stau
gcnwald Illdg.. or P. O. Hox CSS. "
Slx-ioom modern house, electric
lights, gas, mosquito proof. In
qulro nt 1337 Ponsacola St. be
tween 1:30 and 4:30 p. in.
Largo house on Ucrotanla St. next
In nimnn'a lrnsr.ltnl i-ant wnw
cheap. W. W. Chamberlain, Judd
I I U
Furnished cotlngo at the beach, op
posits the switch near the bridge.
Apply on premises or L. 1). Kerr &
Co. 3961 tt
Five-room cottage, mosquito proof,
electric lights and gas. Apply Mrs.
Gray, King St. 401U-1W
Large, airy, furnished rooms, $10
month. Mrs. F. U. Wlckc, 124.';
Ucrotanla Avo. 29'C-tt
Furnished cottages nnd house-keeping
looms. Apply Cottage Grove,
King St. 4018-tf
Furnished rooms, Elite, Hotel St., op
poslto Young Hotel, Phono 1111.
Fur June, slx-roomcd cottage, $5 per,
week. nrnwnnd Inrlmleil. tip-ir
Glonwood Station, Ohm. Apply Picture Framing a Specialty.
Jam Factory, Hotel St. 401C-lw' , 503 IS. BERETANIA ST.
In town, mosquito proof, electric
light, privato entrance. "C," this
Open-face gold watch with tan-leath
ered box, Reward It returned to
this ofllco. 4014-tf
llinss hub-cap. Returno to Associat
ed Garage Roward. 4015-tf
Bulletin Business Office Phone 256.
Bulletin Editorial Room' Phone 185.
Cent a Word
Advertisements Under this Heading
One Cent Per Word Each Day. No Ad-
u..(l.mnl. In,.rlai Ar I ThlH
Milunulc collection of stamps. This
colcctlon is the property of tin
widow of the late II. W. Duwcn,
nnd la tho result of his effort It
many years of labor; they can be
ceen at tho Hawaiian News Co.,
Young building. 3011-tf
Flna corner lot lu Maklkl. Curbing,
water, fruit aud ornament a I trees
and all Improvements. Two min
utes' walk from cars aud Punabou
College. Address It. F.. tbls olllco.
Tliieo linn building lots, each 100s
200 feet, bc9t resilience section! o!
city; conveuleut ta far Hue; cheap.
Apply to V. SI. Graham, 911
Green St. 39S7-U
Threo fine residence lots on Poarl
City peninsula. Apply to W. M.
Graham, 942 Green St. 3987-tf.
Cheap Oldsmobllu runabout; first
class running order. Apply Dr.
W. T. Monsarrat. 4017-tf
One line Fisher piano; rash or In
fctiillmcnts. Go) no Furniture Co,
Piece rleo land, Pearl
"C" Hullelln office.
is a good one to spend
always something doing.
St. Clair Bidgood, Mgr.
for Over 60 Years
haa been vtrrt for aver 81XTV
YliAUH br MILLIOU3 or llihrr.
Eg 1NO. with .perfect saceftii. IT
KOGTlll'S tho I
v-it,.iwwm a mu vin.
AL.UAYH all .pain.
UIUIS ".V1NT1 COLin. nnn li (h
by DrugeUts la every part of the
-worm, no .uru ana aiK tor airs.
Wlailow'a BoothlniSyrupand tat
so o.aer jua j. aa wcaia a jmue.
CAN HELP YOU
HJta-nw i. ,nyl nnoisptajf-.
F. 8. Nagami.
Kodait Developing, Printing, En
larging and Interior Photo
graphing, HOTEL ST. tfet. Nuuanu & Bethel
Damboo Furniture Made to Order.
Of All Kinds And Descriptions At
i SEE OUR DISPLAY.
S. TAT AIM I
Emma St. noar Beretania
PAINTING, PAPEBHANQINQ AND
General Jobbing A Specialty.
Dealers in Wall Paper. Paints, Oils.
'Etu. P. 0. Box 014. 221 No. King
St., opp. Aala Park. W. B. Kam, mgr.
X. ROHllt y'