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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU. H. T.. MONDAY. AUCIUBT 4. 1902.
TRANSCENDENT ARC LAMPS
FROM BOO TO 1200 C. P.
Consumes ordinary KEROSENE OILj the brightest, safest and
cheapest light known to science.
LAMPS RENTED by the month, week or day, and for special
Mantles of all descriptions on hand.
Sole Agents for the Underwood Fire Extinguishers
sultablo for stores and residences; a child can handle them, and
are always ready for action.
EPWORTH ACETYLENE OAS GENERATORS, LAMPS, Etc.
Also agents for the COLUMBIA TALKING MACHINE.
For further particulars Inquire of
WASHINGTON LIGHT CO.,
C. W. MACFARLANE, Manager
We carry the
largest stock In
the city and lead
with 400 sales
during the past
Before you buy
LINCOLN BLOCK, KING STREET, NEAR ALAKEA
II. D. HENDRICK, Proprietor
Albert V. Gear, President
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THE HONOLULU INVESTMENT CO,, LTD,
Capl'.al Stock, $100,000.00
GENERAL IN8URANCE, REAL E8TATE
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Two persons for ten days
Three persons tor ten days
Four persons for seven days
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All kinds of CHOICE
F R U I T 8 and vegetables
put up under this label as
well as SALMON, OYSTERS,
H. May & Co.,
The Popular Grocery 8tore.
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Note tho choice we offer
the four best machines In tho
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See our window display
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The dullness of the shtprlng was
somewhat relieved yesterday by tho
arrival of four vessels coming from dif
ferent parts of the globe.
The American ship General Fair
child, Captain McCarron, arrived In
port jesterday after a passage of 75
days from Newcastle. She brings a
cargo of 2200 tons of coal. She Is at
present anchored In the stteam. On
the sixth day out r sailor, Jacob Has
mussen, died and was burled at sea.
The Norwegian bark City of Agra,
Captain Condrtip, alto arrived front
Newcastle jesterday after an unevent
ful oyage of 43 dajs. She brings 1300
tons of coal and is also anchored in tho
Another oal vessel Is the French
bark Montcbello, which comis from
Cardiff with 3000 tons of coal. This
spick and span French vtseel hnd a
line trip from Cardiff around tho Capo
of Good Hope to Sydney making tho
passage in 90 days. After a stay of
three days In Sydney she left for Ho
nolulu and after a pleasant and un
eventful passage of il days arrived
here yesterday. The Montebello brings
3000 tons of coal of which 1800 tons
will be left here while the remaining
1200 tons will be taken on to San
Francisco. The coal Is conslgued to
he Niual Station. The Monlebello Is
expected to remain here for about ten
The Montebello Is the first of quite a
little fleet of French vmels duo to
come to this port, the bark Vlncennes,
the bark Ilrlzeux and the bark Cham
plgny being at present on their way to
this port from Cardiff, so that the tri
color will soon be less scarce along
tho waterfront than It has heretofore
been. This has also bn the case on
the Coast where, while the French flag
used to be a rarity, It is now seen
very commonly. The uaton for this
lies In the fact that the French Govern
ment now pa s vessels going to foreign
ports a premium of about one and a
halt pence per mile traveled, tbl pre
mium decreasing six centimes each
ear. This is done In order to encour
age the building of vessels for the
merchant marine and it has done so as
French vessels by the aid of this mile
age are able to make tripe which it
would not pay other vessels to make.
The bark Hdward May also arrived
in port yesterday. She had a, pleasant
trip of ll'.i dajs from San Francisco
experiencing light favorable winds nil
the way. She and the S. a. Wilder
leit San Francisco together but parted
company while off the Farallonus. The
May brings about 1300 tuns of general
cargo of which about 300 tons is for
Honolulu. When she has discharged
that part here she will proceed to
Makawell with the rest.
The May will take n targo of sugar
from Makawell and will proceed from
there to San Francisco.
Thn Amurlnan cnVininn T?rlit4 T oil.
era arrived In port this morning after
a trip of 20 dajs from Port Ludlow.
She experienced pleasant weather with
light winds throughout the voyage. Tho
Lewvrs brings a cargo of about 960,000
feet of lumber which she will dlschargti
on the Allen street wharf where she Is
now lying. She brought as passengers
Or. nnd Mrs. Ames of Seattle, who come
here on a pleasure trip expecting to
return by the Lewrs.
NEWS NOTES OF HILO.
Illlo, July 31. Father Oliver return
ed to Kohala last Friday attei a two
weckB trip to Hamakua, where ho has
been doing church work. The father
reports an immense gathering of Portuguese-
at Kalopa. Hamakua, on Sun'
day, July 20th, at the annual celcbra'
tlon of tho Holy Ghost.
Tho S. 8. Enterprise arrived nt Hllo
Monday noon. July 28th, 9 1-2 days
from San Francisco, She brought
eleven passengers and over 3,000 tons
or freight. Capt. Miller reports a
pleasant, uneventful trip.
The ship Falls of Clyde Balled for
San Francisco July i29tb, with a cargo
Chas. Meinecke of Honokaa Is In Ko
nala on a vacation.
A. II. Loebensteln Is surveying for
the new Kona-Kohala wagon road.
Walmea had a good baseball game
last Saturday. The home team won
from the Honolulu school boys by a
socie ot 5 to 2.
Horses belonging to Tom Lindsay ot
Walmea and a Paauhau Japanese will
rnre at Honokaa for $100 a side.
Mr. Miles, tho Kohala horseman, Is
Tho Llmalau Taro Company of Wal
plo will begin cooking tcro the first
week of September. '
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Q. II. Derrey, money to loan.
The place to get pure Kona coffee ts
at C. J. Day's grocery.
Prlmo and Rainier beer 10 cents a
glass at the Pantheon.
There was no meeting of the execu
tive council this morning.
The Hoard of Education will hold A
meeting tomorrow morning.
Judge Humphreys sat with Judge
Clear at the August term preliminaries.
The weekly edition ot toe Kvenlng
Bulletin gives a complete summary of
the news of the day.
There were no Important cases on the
Police Court calendar today. All tbo3e
disposed of neie minor cases such as
drunkenness and the like.
Call on H. E. Hendrlclc Sot 171
178 King street, and examine the
eighty-four safes In stock He can
save jou money. See ad on page 5.
The best the mniket -affords at the
most reasonable prices. The Palace
Drill meals and service can't be beat
Family dinners In private looms a spe
cialty. Palace Grill, llethel street.
Ella A. C, Long, a Honolulu Ijoj. was
admitted to the Territorial bar by
Chief Justice Frear this fornlug. He
ts a grnduato ot Georgetown University
nnd n brother of Carlos A Long, an
other joung attorney.
Henry Malaloha, John Akwal, Kalia
Inn and John I'ua-n were reprimanded
and discharged in the Police Court this
forenoon on tho charge of vagrancy.
These are four of the native bojs ar
rested In Kakaako the other daj by
The wedding of Mrs. E W. Holds
worth nnd I.. O. Ulackman took place
Saturday morning nt St. Clement's
church, tho Ilev. John I'sborne officiat
ing. Only Intimate friends of the
couple were present. The newly mar
ried couple have gone out to Kaalawal
for their hone) moon.
IN THE SEVENTH
(Continued from Page 1.)
Ladies' French II!
WELT SOLE LACE BOOT
nothing less than a beauty.
It bears all the marks of aristocracy
has all the? uptodafp features and
helps even pretty feet to look better
SELLS FOR $5.00
J. H. FISHER
Stock and Bond Brokers.
FIHE ASSOCIATION, of PhlladslpHa
JWE8TERN ASSURANCE CO, tf Bs
I Offices Stanoenwald Bldf., Mt
'chant Street. Tel. Main 111.
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE
1 L.HOIUIU, AUGUST 4. I.
HAWAIIAN ENGINEERING AND
ENGINEERS AND CONTRACTORS,
Rooms 508-510 Stangenwald Dldg.
Tel. Main 50. P. O. Dox 637.
Tools, Materials and Findings used
by Watchmakers, Jewelers and kin
dred trades, go to
Room 303 Boston Building, over Henry
May &. Co., Fort St., near King.
Tel. Main 193.
Jobbing promptly undM to.
H. Hackfeld& Co., Ltd,
fieicral Commission Agents.
Cor. Fort and Qurw Stratta. Honolulu
Fin Job Printing at tfie Bulletin of-tic.
A. 0. WALL, D.D.S.
, 0. E. WALL, D.D.S.
Lore Building, Fort Street
Hours, 9 to V Telephone Main Sit
He had been to the boarding school
to pay a surprise visit to bis daughter,
his only child. He had parted from her,
proud to be the parent of such a hand
some maiden, pleased with the Inn')'
cence of budding womanhood. The
principal accompanied him to the door.
"Madam," he tald, with deep feeling,
"I one you much for the manner In
which you have reared my child slnca
she has been under jour care. When
I notlie the contrast between that in
nocent maiden and somo of tho girls
of her age who have not had the ad
vantage of such strict supervision J
fret that I have Indeed done wisely lu
placing her In our charge"
"And how p.-oud jou must be," said
the principal, glowing with satisfaction,
to be the father of so large and devoted
"Large' Devoted!" gasped tho proud
parent. "What do you mean?"
"Devoted to each other." said thn
principal. "No fewer than soven of
Clara's brothers have been heio during
the past three weeks to take her out.
and she 1b expecting another tomorrow."
been safely encircled In the arms of
.Morpheus. This attorney dressed hur
riedly nnd, going over to the Iteforni
School, protested against the counting
of the ballots remaining In tho box.
stating that the result should be decid
ed on the ballots already counted up to
the time the lights were turned off. The
protest was accepted, the chairman ol
the board remarking significantly that
there were really no grounds for fol
lowing tho matter up. The Clark forces
thereupon retired to allow- the Judges to
work but remained on guard, ready for
There was a recount of the ballots
from start to finish and It was found
that 494 votes had been cast. This
number agreeing exactly with the tally
showed that there had been no tamper
Ing with the box.
It should be stated here that when
tho ballots wero taken from the box
nnd cotinted they were deposited In a
tin box in the hands of John Inch who,
In the period ot darkness, stood faith
fully by his charge and kept all In
It should also be mentioned that all
the tally sheets with the exception of
one In the hands ot .McGwire had been
destroyed and that after he found how
things were gone, this tally keeper dis
appeared and did not turn up until au
It was not until about 7 o'clock Sun
day morning that tho work of tho
Judges was completed and it was founu
that the Huddy-Wallace and Clark
Sherwood ticket had elected every man.
It was then that three cheers were
given and Mr. Stewart proposed tho
singing of "Pi also Clod From Whom
All DlesBlngs Flow " The Advertiser
to tho contrary notwithstanding, thy
hymn was snug with gusto and In the
eyes of several of the many who took
up the strain, there were tears ot re
joicing and happiness.
There Is great feeling against War
den Henry In the precinct over his at
titude In the Vlila mutter and. he Is
being roundly condemned today.
In passing. It might be stated that
before the counting of the ballots had
begun Mr. Stewart said In the hearing
of several people while addressing him
self to Mr. Sims and his followers, that
there was no doubt whatever about
each side having put up a strong fight
No one could foictell the result but
whatever the result bIiouM be, ho would
state that he believed In the fall, all
Republicans of the preeluit would be
Wound righting side by side against tho
common enemy. This mucli lie would
say for tho side w hlch he represented.
.Mr. Sims followed Mr Stewart nnd
said he and his side would be bound by
whatever tho count should show and
that they would be found In the fall
working In one common cause.
Natives who weie outside tho .build
ing Just previous to the time when the
lights went out. state that they saw a
rather tail and slight while man clad
In dark clothes, sneak out of the build
ing and go to the place vvhero tho
switch la located and that when the
whole plaie was shrouded in darkness,
they saw the same tlgure enter by the
back way, presumably to mlnglo with
the people In the durk room and thus
ward off suspicion.
GOLDEN RULE BAZAAR'S
NEW BOOK LIST.
"If I Were King, by Justin McCarthy.
"Tho Dark o' tno Moon," by S. IL
"Tho Mastery of the Pacific," by A. R.
"Dorothy Vernon of Haddon Hall," by
Chas, Majors, (author ot "When
Knighthood Was In Flower").
"Tho lllazed Trail," by S. K. Whtto.
"Nono But tho Bravo," by H. Sears.
"Tho Rontons' by W. D. Howells.
"Tho 8trollcrs," by F. 8. Isham.
"Tho Magic Wheel," by John Strange
"Tho Hounds of tbo Daskcrvillcs," by
"The Woman Who Dared," by Lynch.
"A Houso Party," edited Cy Paul Lei
The abovo aro only a "SAMPLE
LOT" of what may be found on our
156 Hotel Street
Make a Good
By having your photo
taken. My work la
of the highest quality
and prices reaaonabto
ot tbe wonderful AL VISTA
CAM BR A distributed free
for the nuking at
Photo Supply Go
J. J. Williams,
Take elevator In Boston Block.
LOTS FOR SALE
In Kaplolanl Park
Addition and n
Kalthl. - - - -
137 MERCHANi STREET.
by Miss Ella Dayton
Ants do, If given the Antotlne
treatment. Greatest success
attends use OT this newly dis
covered ant exterminator. It
tho pests use It once they nev
er do again.
In tbe pantry Antollne Is
Invaluable as It ts not a poison
but has the desired resul.
NAME OF STOCK
I'll J up
C. Brtw.r AtConpiny. '
Lu. irr m 1.0,, 1
ft PUntattan C
HiviHaO A (f (cultural Co
Hawaiian -otn at an 1.0
Hawaiian Sucar Co .
Hofloau Sucar Co .
Honokaa Sug'f Co
Ht lira Surar Co, .
Kahuku Plantation Co
Clhal Plant Co .Ltd
Ktpatmlu Sugar Co..
Cole a Surar Co ...
McBryda Su Co.,Ld
0b Sucar Co,
Ononta SutarCo. ....
Ookala Surir Plan. Co
Otaa Su. Co .Ltd , a.)
OtaaSuCo Ltd pi up J
Paauhau Su, Plan. Co
Pacific Suar Mill . .
Pala Plantation Co ...
ftpeckeo St car Co
PlonrtrMMI Co. .,
(Valalua Agn Co
WallukuSuearCo , .
WltJf SttitntMoCo ..
Intir-Ulini Steam N Co
Mtwa itn fciwrtric to,
Hon Rarll T, & L. Co
Mutual T1rchon Co
Oihu Rv&L, Co
Hawaiian Gov 1 Pf rant
H1I0 KK Co 6 rrcent
non Kapu iraniit .. .
Ewa Plantain 6 Mr cant
uami k&lu) r c
Oahu PlantMUn 6 p C .
Olaa Plantation 6 p, c
Walalua Afr'cul. op. c.
rtanuKu o per ceni,,,,,,
Sales 25 Olaa, paid up, $3. i
STOCK AND BOND BROKER.
HONOLULU STACK EXCHANQsV
Orders for the purchase or salt (4
stocks and bonds carefuly and promt
ly executed. Loans negotiated...,,,
Office Room 401. 4th floor, SUnos.
wild Bldfl. Postofflce box 390; TU
phone Main 331.
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ENGINEERS AND : !
Pi.oa tod MtlD.tt. Iurnlth.4 for all clti.
Tel. Main 24!.
ROOM 309 B08TON BLK. Honolulu
A "8AQE" POINTER.
John W. Hutchinson, tho last llvliis
member of the famous Hutchinson fa
mily of singers, was present at the Old
Settlers' Association of I.coil county,
Minn., several days ago, and sang "Old
Ornnlte State" with all the vigor and
vim of former years.
J. I'lcrpont Morgan, Charles M.
Schwab and several friends were at
Mr, Morgan's kennels looking over
some of the prize hunting nogs recently
before the flibt-nnmcd gentleman sail
ed for Europe. Mr. Schwab felt In love
with a fine looking polufr nnd asked
Mr. Morgan tho dog s name.
'That dog's name Is Ilusscl Sage,"
said Mi. Morguti.
"And why do ou call hlra IIuescII
Sago?" asked Mr. Schwab.
"Because." said the great financier,
'he never loses u scent." New Voik
John D. Long Is a triple ex Con
Zealand, Is n nieclinnltal engineer by
piuiosston. Ho cmlgrntcd from I.n
gland as a gold seeker In 1SG7. llesldos
beliiB'I'remler, ho Is a general utility
. i IP DUD
John S. Smithies died yesterday t
tho homo of his son, G cor go Smithies,
King street. Deceased was born at
Durrlns Hay, Newfoundland, February
2, 1832. In 1849 and '50 he came to Ho
nolulu In company with tho late John
Thomas Watcrhouse. He has remained
In the Islands ever since. Ho had
been In California In the early dajs
nnd was a member of tho Vigilance
Committee In San Francisco.
After coming to Honolulu, deceased
went Into business, being connected
with Bishop & Aldrlch and A, S. Cleg
horn & Co. He was also In the Inter
ior Department under the late S. G
Wilder. Later he went to Mahukoiia
to represent Wilder & Co. He served
there In various capacities, being at hh
death deputy collector of customs.
Deceased had been In excellent
heultli until n few months ago when
he began to suiter fiom heart disease.
Ho came hero for treatment about a
month ago He leaves six children
Mrs, John M. Palmer, Mrs. M. A. Brown
Mrs. J. O. Spencer and Messrs. J. W .
G. U. and A. J. Smithies.
Tho funeral will tako place this
afternoon at 3 o'clock from the resi
dence of George Smithies on Kins
street, tho Ilev. John Usborne of St,
Clement's officiating. Afterwards, the
funeral cortege will Join tho Masons
at the Masonic Temple where Hawa
iian Lodge. No. 21 will take formal
charge of the remainder of the serv Ices.
Tho pall-hearers will bo the follow
ing; James W. Robertson, W. F. Al
len, James II. Bod, C. L. Wight, Geo
C. Ueekley, David Da ton, Gerrlt P.
Wilder and Captain T. K. Clarke.
Motor Carriage and Machine
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E. W. JORDAN
Hoot. Monl and Be Wise.
By Its persistency of faco repose, tbu
owl gets a great reputation for wis.
doni Hut w hoov pi' heard of an ow 1 'n
Inu a wlso thing? Moral If the cor.
vernation Is too deep for jou, Inui;
owlish and hoot occasionally. Wash
has Just received ex.
"ALAMEDA" a full line
of the celebrated
The French Government has decided
to install In the Pantheon. Paris, th
famous pendulum by which Foucauld
In 1857, demonstrated the rotation of
Alau n bill choice In tho
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