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KVKNINO BULLKT1N. HONOLULU H. T., MONDAY, JUNE 9, 1902.
K HOUSES FOR RENT Wo hate twelve houses for rent of various prices ranging from $31 to $75 a month. HOUSES FOR SALE We havo a number of houses for sale at bargain prices. Prices range from $3000 up to $12,500. Wo never teaso our patrons to net against their Judgment, but wo shall bo pleased to place oil tho fatts at their disposal and bo of nsslstanco in any manner pos sible Wo are alwajs In We have no stairs to climb, ho olo ator to break down Henry Waterhouse tt COMPANY Fort and Merchant Sti. Tel. Main 313. Honolulu. MASONIC TEMPLE WEEKLY CALENDAR. .MO.NLJAV Pacific Stated. TUIIHUAV Lc Progres First Degree. VUD.NH8DAV Hawaiian First Degree. THUHSDAV Honolulu Commandery Reg ular. I'HIDAV Hawaiian Third Degree. SAIUWDAV Perfection 14th Degree. All visiting members of tho or in are cordially Invited to attend Buttings ot local lodges. Fraternal Directory. HARMONY LODGE, NO. 3, I. O. O. F. tfctts every Monday evening at 7:S0 la Harmony Hall. King street. H. McKECHNY. N. U. K. 11. HEND11Y, Hocretary. All visiting brothers very cordially tmvlted. MYSTIC LODGE NO. 2, K. of P. Meats every Tuesday evening at 7:30 a'elock In Harmony Hall. King streot. Vlsltlnz; brothers cordially Invited to attend. A. L. MOR1US, C. C. A. E. MUIU'UY, K. R. 8. OAHU LODGE, No. 1, K. of P. Meets every Friday evening at Har mony Hall, King street, at 7:30. Mem ksrs of Mystic Lodgo, No. 2, and visit (if brothers cordially Invited. F W. DUNN, C.C. ED. C. ALDRICH, K. ot R. & 8. THEOSOPHICAL SOCIETY. Mr TlKmn Prime ot Plrmlngti im I iiklinil will coiHluit h oiirfce ol imttlk U turr under the iitM ill Moll A BRANCH T -ery Tliur.U excimiK 7 3p rn at Vn n llAll thtirk cf Opera II usti uuttl furUicr mti t V urtlkil Htlcome rxttrmlcd to nil MKS XI D IH-MiKICkS I'rmliltnt M I In T s MRS Al ItrM ROWl Scril.r E. W. Quinn, modern plumbing Ptronnc of Owners, Architects and UuIldepH tjollcltcd. 1168 Union St. Phone, Main 394 CQ.YeeHop&Co Kahikinni Meat Market and Grocery. FRUITS AND VEGETABLES Bsrstanla Street, Corner Alakea. 'Phone Blue 2511. ALSO AT THE FISHMARKET MEAT 8TALL8 19 AND 20. SANG CHAN MERCHANT TAILOR file English and American Goods TWO STORBS 6$ Hotel stteet, and Hotil near Nuiunu f O BOIutl TEL wMIti gi S. SAIKI, BAMBOO FURNITURE AND PICTURE FRAMES. Neat and Handsomo Designs Mado to Order. E63 Beretanla St., Near Punchbowl, i AH PAT & CO., 1256 Fort 8L above Orpheum. MERCHANT TAILORS, AH PAT, export cutter, lato foreman J. D. Tregloan. Suits latest styles and good fit Cleaning and repairing. THE New England Bakery Is serving a light break fast and lunch suitable for this climate, and coBts only 10c up, ac cording (o tho order. Everything served In generous quantity, which only a first class bakery could afford to do. Our rooms arc supplied with electric fans, elec tric lights, cool, clean and prompt sen Ice. Doors open from Cam. till 11 p m. You wilt meet all your friends nt tho NEW ENGLAND BAKERY BARGAIN $1500 LOT 100 l-'EBT SQUARE, WITH 8EVBN ROOM COTTAGE IN PUUNUI, Gastle & Lansdale REAL ESTATE AND INSUR ANCE AGENTS; INVEST. MENT8. S06 507 Stangenwald Building. Telephone Main 70, Whisky as supplied to Royalty. $1,50 PER BOTTLE HOFFSCHLAEGER Co., Ltd. The Pioneer Wine & Liquor House NO, 25 KING ST.. Near Bethel. .....nz v YVWtt HEADACHE EYEACHE BLURRING OF THE PRINT oftentimes show tho need ot glasses. They nro i.mo of tho Indications of defecthe vision and should bo attend ed to at once. You II bo surprised at tho comfort a pair of glasses will afford If jour Bight Is In any way defective. Scientific examination and proper glasses properly adjusted Is what jou aro guaranteed here. A. N. SANFORD, Manufacturing Optician. Boston Building, Fort Street Over May & Co. Camara & Co S. E. corner Queen and Alakea Streets. DEALERS IN WINES, BEERS and LIQUORS NEW STOCK JUST OPENED COM PRISING THE REST BRANDS OF ALL KINDS OF LIQUORS FAMILY TRADE SOLICITED. BUDWEISER, RAINIER and PRIMO BEERS P. O. Box 664; Tel. Blue 402. The BROOKLYN SALOON ALAKEA T, twttn Merchant and Quesn. IV. M Cunningham. Jno. tohisfsr I 'I!!!Ij 71 LOCAL AND GENERAL Read "Wants" on page 6. The place to get pure Kona coffee Is at C J Day's grocery. Gentlemen, refresh j ourselves at tho rirst National Saloon. Furnished cottage all ready for housekeeping See ad page S. Drink l'rlmo lager and he healthy. Drink It as a beverage or a tonic. A blooded )car!lng Durham bull In advertised for tale. See ad page 8. Harmony Lodge, No. 3, I. O. O. F., meets tonight at T.30 In Harmony Hall. Nicely furnished rooms. Popular House, 1219 Fort St., $1.50 per week up. Blank hooks of alt sorts, ledgers, etc. manufactured by the Bulletin Publish ing Co Whitney & MarBh are having n sale of Geisha vvnlsts this neck vvludoiv dlspla) Sec their The PEEIILESS PRESERVING PAINT Is warranted all tho manufac turers claim fur It. The wtckly edition of the Evening Bulletin glis a complete summary ot tho news of tho day. Auction sale of furniture, crockery, glassware etc, at Morgan's auction rooms, Tucsdr.?, June 10, at 10 a. ra. Dr II. C Sloggett, President of tho Hoi nl of Health leaes In the Klnnu tomorrow for an Inspection tour to III lo Rapid Transit motormen and con ductors will appear In blue serge uni forms on Thursdu), khaki Is to be dis carded The Infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Damon was baptlretl at St. Andrew's Cathedral jesterday morning, lte A. Mackintosh ofllclatlng. T Sullivan and Miss McKcnzle wore married Saturdaj afternoon and a wed ding dinner was given at the Moana hotel last evenlug In honor of tho event. There were fifteen present. Among the arrivals In the SIiul Sun day were the following W K. Rath burn, D. Pllkol, L E lleebe, J. A. Ma i;oon, W. H. Baugh, D. L Wadswottli, Mrs Conradt, F II Hayseldca Ir.und Morris Kohokalole The band will play this afternoon at tho Kalulant school, this evening at Emma Square, tomorrow forenoon at Kaahumanu school and In the uftsr noon at the departuro of the Alameda, Tho band will play all day at tho races on the 11th Inst. The second of tho Y M. C. A 's out door Sunday afternoon meetings was held jtsteiday at 4 p m on tho Knme hameha school grounds. Prof Theo. Richards addressed tho meeting, his subject being: "Not up to Standard. About sixty people were present. The tennis match between Mrs S G. Wilder and Walter F Dillingham ersus Miss N Kitchen ond W. P. Roth, which was to hac been played on tho Pacific Tennis Club's courts Sat urday aftcrnqon, did not como off on account of MIbs Kitchen's Indisposi tion. Tho match has been postponed until such a tlmo as Miss Kitchen will be ablo to play. The cricketers will celebrate tho 11th of Juno by having a match between Married and tho Unmarried men Tho married men will choose their team from among the following' Herbert, Jordan, Ahlo, Hatfield, Irish, Pilanala, Morse, Kltcat, Kelle), Farraday, E. C. Smith and Mclntyrc Tho bachelors will choose their team from the following list: Mavall McGIll, R Anderson, Milts. D Glass II Glass, Von der Heyde, Guild, Ilottomley, Ja mleson, Cockhurn, Roylo, CummlnB, Hnmm, Gilford, Brett and D W. Andor- son. INS AT Tho final match of the Honolulu Golf flub's tournament was plajoJ on the Moanalua Hnk3 jesterday afternoon between R, Anderson and A. Gnrvlc. tho former placr winning by two up and one to play. Dcsplto the fact that both plajen did not play their usual brilliant game, tho match was a very Interesting on on account of the evenness of the play. At the fourth to tho last hole, the scoio wns a tlo and It was bj winning the next two holes that "Hob" scored tho victory, Dmmo 8(unrc Concept Tho band will play the following se lections at a concert In Emma Squat o this evening, beginning at 7 30 o'clock. PART I. Overture Poet and Feasant . .Suppe Cornet Solo Columbia Rolliiunn Mr Charles Kreutcr. Selection Nabucco Verdi Songs (a) Ko Leo (b) Milihal Pua. Miss I. Kelllaa. (c) Kn Inuwal. (d) KawlUwllI lhg Ao Mrs. N. Alapal, PART II. Selection In Sunny Tcnmsse) ,. Boetgcr Intermezzo Kamona . . I.ornlua Serenade Love In Idleness Macbeth Finnic Love's Old Sweet Song . . Hucalois: The Stnr Spangled Banner. BORN. CROWDER At Kunawal. Honolulu, June 8, 1902, to tho wife of Jno C. Crow der Jr, a daughter. i:RICKSON In this cltj. Juno 9, 1902, to tho wife of G CrlckBon, a daugh ter That Hacking Cough Is a source ot fltmojnnco to omself and others, ai will as of distress By tu'dng a le.i spoonful of PAlN-KILLF.lt in half e glass of warm water or milk oven hour or two, you will be surprised to flu 1 how quickly tho cough will disappear fnslst upon getting the genuine Sold In two Blzes Price 25c nnd 50c Avoid substitutes, there Is hut one Paln-KIU-er, Pery Davis' Fine Job I'rwituii: nt tho Bui letin office King Edward Mad With Lord Salisbury London, May 31 Those In touch with rojal circles arc busy gossiping about the reported tiff between Lord Salisbury and King Edward, which Is said to havo arisen on account of the King's demand that the Premier recom mend Sir Ernest Casecll for a peer age. Last 5 ear the same request met with a refusal This year It was again urged by the King on the ground of Sir Ernest's munificent gift to the cure of consumption. Lord Salisbury re fused to adhere, and on the day the state dinner was held at Buckingham palace. Lord Salisbury remarked. "Well, sir, I suppose I had better leave my place at toda's banquet vacant," to which King Edward Is said to have replied "Yes. I think you had," anil stalked out of the room. Since then, according to court gossip. King Edward and his aged Prime Min ister hne scarcely been on speaking terms. Another Incident which Is causing considerable comment In rojal circles Is the disagreement between King Ed ward and the Duchess of Ilullncm ward and the Duchess of Uuccleuth, a member of the old-stle. exclusive aris tocracy, who has not countenanced tho so-called "smart set ' The King was duo to dine with the Duke and Duch ess of Uuccleuth and Intimated his de sire that a lady of his surrounding ba Invited. This Is uinnll) tantamount to a command, but the Duchess of Duc cleuth, nothing daunted, refused point- blank to ask the King's friend to make one of the dinner part) His Majesty was furious and threatened to cancel his promise to dino with tho nucclcuths, whereat the Duchess of Bucclcuth retorted that she was qulto willing to send her resignation as Mistress of the Robes to Queen Alex andra. Later In tho day the King thought better of It, tuformed tho Rucclcuths that he accepted the exclu sion of his favorite and forbade tho Duchess to resign Many members of the nobility, es pecially old country families, make no secret of their disapproval of various events In tho King's social life. IK TO Stanford University, May 30. Among the passengers on tho Sierra, which Is scheduled to sail from San Francisco. on June 12th, will bo Prcsl dent David Starr Jordan, Mrs. Jordan, Knight Jordan nnd Mlchltaro Slndo, csslstant curator of tho Zoological Mu brum. At Honolulu they will be Join ed by Proressor Vernon L. Kellogg of the Stanford entomology department I ml Professor Robert E. Altardlce, pro fissor of mathematics, and the wholo tarty will proceed to Samon. whero the scientists aro to pass tho summer In studying tho marine life In the neighborhood of Tutulla, one of tho island possessions of tho United StntoB Tho work, which Is to he done on henalr of the United States Fish Commission, will cover not only tho Ichthyology ol tho region, but In a gen eral nj, Its entire fauna. The field Is a virgin one for investigation, and the members of tho expedition aro looking forward to discoveries that will i,dd much to scientific knowledge. Much ot tho tlmo the party's head quarters will be located at tho Samoan cnpltnl, Apia, where Dr Jordan will havo an opportunity to follow his tisu-j n custom of observing tho social and folltlcal status of tho natives Tho ex pulltlon will reach homo August 23th, cno week before the beginning of in Ft Miction for tho fall semester. Next Monday Piesldent Jordan will deliver tho commencement ndflrebs of tho Uni versity of Nevada at Reno. BALL iflTFlJi Tho ball section of the committee making arrangements for tho eelohn tlon of the coronation of Kin; Edvvnrl VII, ha3 Jcclded to hold ..'n tall in ihe Moana hotel, this ilace appMti'ig to bo tho enly placo Bulted foi tho oc casion The rorimlttcc is now work- t, on the- many inlno i-nii.gnncnti in connection with the ball and Is do- Ins: all in Its power to make the nfialr a success The ball will he piirt for by tho tickets for admission whlih will he 2 each. i It Walluku, Juno 7. Denver Ed Smith, who st)les himself an cx-heavywelgnt champion of America, gave a public exhibition of the fistic nrt at the skat ing rink beforo a fair audience last Trlday evening. Mr. Weston Scott ol Klhel, who was expected to box a cou ple of rounds with Mr. Smith, sent bis regrets for not appearing owing to a broken rib. Mr. Montcnstlo of Kahu lul, boxed a few rounds with Mr How ell of Honolulu. Tho entertainment Mosul at 10 p m. . MORNING 8TAR-- 'UUNENH. Walluku, Juno 7. The Morning Stars will meet the Puunencs at Wells' Park tomorrow (Sundaj) afternoon. Whllo tho Stars are the favorites still the Fuunenes by tho great showing they mado last Sundaj when the defeated the Alerts by a scoie c 21 to 13, have gained considerable In tho public CBti mition and will no doubt give the "Kids" a hard rub TO CURC A COLD IN ONE DAY Take Laxative Uromo Quinine Tablets. All druggists refund the money it it fails to cure. L. W. Grove's signature Is on each hnr R rnu i Tho Marquis of Anglesey Intends to take a London theater next season nnd give performances by his own company for tho benefit of charity why not try HERPICIDE FOR THAT FALLINO OUT OF THE HAIR, DAND RUFF AND OTHER SCALP DISEASES ; ; ; ; IT IS THE IDEAL HAIR DRE88INQ. WE CAN HONESTLY RECOMMEND IT.. Hollister Drug Company FORT 8TREET. INDIANAPOLIS PROGRESS BEER Finest bottled beer sold In Honolulu. Pure and palatable. Has all tbu tonic properties and the delightful flavor of tho best hops. Family Orders Solicited. Gomes & McTighe 93 and 95 King St Phone Main 140. AL VISTA PANORAMIC CAMERA A perfect wonder. Handsomo booklet given free showing pictures. Como and sco It at Honolulu Photo Supply Go Fort Street Motor Carriage and Machine COMPANY. REPAIR AND BUILD ALL KINDS OF : : MACHINERY Sate Work ot All Kinds. Typewriter, I'honogTaphs, Etc, Etc., Repaired. UNION STREET, near Hotel. Phone Blue 721. P. O. box 112. J. W. 8CHOENINO, Manager. BEGIN THE NEW YEAR WELL By having your photo taken. My work U ol the highest quality and prices reasonable J. J. Williams, Take elevator In Boston Block. LOTS FOR SALE In Kaplotanl Park Addition and In Kallhl DAVID DAYTON 187 MERCHANi STREET. Public Typewriting by Miss Ella Dayton Woman's Exchange has romoved to the Arlington Block, Hotel Street, In the store formerly occuplod by H. W. Poster. M. Phillips & Co. Wholeaile Importers and Jobberc European and American Dry Goods Fort and Queen 8ts. -V'K not exactly, but you will find our brewery Just net neat and clean, Open fop Inspection at all times. Como and see how we brew prtinio Telephone ASTI WINES MADE BY THE ITALIAN SWISS COLONY AT ASTI, SONOMA COUNTY, CALIFORNIA. THE LARQE8T VINEYARD IN THE WORLD. These wines havo taken tho gold medals and received tho highest awards at all the recent World's Expositions, and aro now noted tho world over for their purity nnd cxcellcnco of qual ity. Trade and families supplied by tho WALTERS-WALDRON CO, GONSALVES & CO. GOMES & McTIQHE. JOS. HARTMAN & CO. S. I. SHAW & CO. CAMARA & CO. Hawaiian Hardware Go., Ltd. 816 Fort 8treet, Honolulu, T. H. Agents For Havlland Wnro Victor Safo & Lock Co. Ideal Ready Mixed Paints. Pansy Stoves. Improved Stone Flltors And the Steel Aermotor. Honolulu Investment Co LIMITED. Real Estate and Insurance Agents officers: A. V. Gear President Henry Smith Vice President Emmett May Secretary J. H. Fisher Treasurer J. D. Holt W. Q. Ashley )udltcri T. E. Wall ) JUDD BUILDING, MERCHANT ST. PROPERTY BOUGHT AND SOLD; LIFE, FIRE, MARINE AND PLATE GLA8S INSURANCE. WATCHES DURABLE wo ACCURATE The Keystone Watch Caw Co. utmiiM. mi PhllldelphU.U.3 A. America's Oldest nnd Largest Watch Factory For enlo by The Principal Walch Dealers In Hawaiian Islands H. HackfekU Co., Ltd. General Commission Agents. Cor. Fort and Queen Streets, Honolulu DECKER, FERNANDES & GO, Real Estate Agents. We also make a specialty of enlarging Photograph" RENTS COLLECTED. Office, tor. South and King Streets P. O. Doi S21: 'Phone 2E2 Main. A. 0. WALL, D.D.S. 0. B. WALL, D.D.S. DENTISTS. Lore Building, Fort Street Hours. 9 to 4. Telephone Main SZt Gonsalves & Co.. LIMITED. WHOLESALE GROCERS AND WINE MERCHANTS. 22? Queen St., Honolulu. H. I Jas. T. Taylor CIVIL AND HYDRAULIC ENGINEER 306 Judd Building. Telephone Main 294. The weekly edition of the Evening Bulletin Is the largest and best pub tlshed In tho Territory. 8lxteen and twenty pages. $1 a year. I wJL- !. 0a f&. m MAKING BEER IN THE PARLOR la Mnln 341 following Jobbers: I LTD. U NO FLAT BOTTLES At the Dinner Table A Diluter for Wine 81 ILL wines aro made spark ling when mixed with white rock water Thoy aro, In this way, given a zest and life, uncqualed except by the best champagne Tho diner out or tho gentleman who must entertain much at his club, will do well to note that tho ta ble will be supplied with this water, it Is given a prominent placo on the wlno list of the most excluslvo clubs In America, and baa been honored by Presi dential approval when served at the Inaugural Rail Banquet In Washington. The palate ot epi cures Is gratified to tho utmost by WHITE ROCK WATER. W. C. Peacock & Go,, Ltd. AGENTS. Our Soda Water GINGER ALE, CREAM SODA, KOMBL, ROOT BEER, Etc., Is sweetened by the use of pure cane sugar. We use no cheap substitute. ONE REASON WHY OUK BEVERAGES ARE THE BEST AND TUB MOST POPULAR. Prompt delivery anywhere and everyw here In the city and Wal klkl. Consolidated Soda Waterworks Company, Ltd. Telephone Main 71. Works 601 Fort Street. Wo aro now paying especial atten tion to catering to Family Parties, lie leptlons, Weddings, etc., nnd tho suc cess that has attended our efforts to please, together with our reputation for serving tho best that tho market alfcrds, Is a sufficient guarantco that we will gtvo you perfect satisfaction. Wo havo tho finest display of tho lutter grndo of BAKERY GOODS and fine CHOCOLATES and BON BON3 ever put on exhibit here; wo also car ry HUYLER'S CANDIES and LOW NEY'S CHOCOLA I E3 and BON BON3 THE ELITE IcFlGREAM PARLORS CORNS! If youhtvt thfm your fret hive tlm-ly acquired bid hiblts It Is not neCfksary to be tottured by corns. In crow In jr nails, bunions chl bla ns etc. Thv nuy b cured-. that Is your frrt may bt broken of thcli bad habits. You will be surprised, not only how much race easily and comfortable yon i walk but with how mwch more vteor and tore you will be able to think and ta In air your business or social Interests call and see me aboi his, or send me word and I will call on you. Dr. W. R. Bogle, CHIROPODI8T. Oregon Block. Union Strict above Hotel. Consultation at onV, frt B. BERGERSEN, the old Sewing Machine Agent, Is still In business at 942 BETHEL 8TREET. iioaoiuiu. 8tock on Hand Standard, Domes tic. National, Seamstress, New Home, Household, Expert and Vlntfex. CalL and see. Try and buy. J. M. KANEAKUA. ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR A- LAW, NOTARY PUBLI' OWc ets Bt- Near the Poatofflce. Dr. Archibald N. Sinclair. Offices Rooms 208 209 Boston build ing. Fort Street. Telephones Office, Main 385: Res Idence, White 2861. Hours 11 a. m. to 1 p. m.; 3 to ( p. m.; 7 to 8 p m.; Sundays, 12 to 2 p m. P. O. Box 801. ger