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rlVUNINd BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. II., THURSDAY, MAY 14, 1903.
When n wiijje-enpncr
(IIchIiIh family will be
Hnved from liumllln
tlnji poverty If he linn
only exercised the
foresight to provide
tor their ncccttsttlcH
through ii wIho life
Irmurnnce policy The
"New York Lite" poli
cies nre the rlfilit
hind for fnmlly pro
how they work und
what they cost,
Oftlco open dnlly
- except Kundny -
from 8 30 a.m. to
i.IlO p in. livening
Le Progres Third Degree.
Commandery, 5 p. m.
Kadoih Degree Work 7:30.
Hawaiian First and Second.
All visiting member of tfao or
tor aie cordially Invited to at
tand meetings ol local lodgci.
HARMONY LODGE, No. 3, I. 0. O. F.
Meets every Monday evening nt 7:30
in Harmony Hall, King street.
PAUL SMITH. N. G..
E. II. HBNDIIY, Secretary.
All visiting brothers very cordially
""MYSTIC LODGE NO. 2, K. of P.
Meets every Tuesday evening at
7:30 o'clock In Harmony Hall, Klug
Etreet. Visiting brothers cordlnlly In-,
vltod to attend.
CI IAS. B. MOOIIK. C.C., I
DIL C. A. PETERSON, K.Il.S.
OAHU LODGE, No. 1, K. of P.
Meets every Friday evening at Har
mony Hall, King street, nt 7:30. Mem
bora of Mystic Lodge, No. 2, Wm. Mc
Kinley Lodgo, No. 8, and visiting broth
ers cordially Invited.
JOHN NEILL, C.C..
K. It. NIEMAN. K.H.S.
HONOLULU LODGE 616, B. P. O. E.
Honolulu LodKO No. C1C, D. P. O. E.,
will meet In their now hall, on Miller
and Ilcretanla streets, overy Irlday
Ily order of the E. II. '
IIARHY II. SIMPSON.
F. E. THOMPSON, E.It.
Wm. M'KINLEY LODGE No. 8, K.ofP. t
Meets every Saturday evening nt
7:30 o'clock In Harmony Hall, King
street. Visiting brothers cordially In
vited to attend. '
II. S. OREGOnY, C.C..
A. S. PHESCOTT. K.It.3. ,
AND WINE MERCHANTS.
225 QUEEN STREET, Honolulu, H. T.
Fred. L. Waldron
P. O. Box 553; Tel. Dluo 731; Room
231 Spreckels Ilulldlng.
R. RFRRFRSFN. I
.. HP... W....W ...
The old Sowing Machlno Agent, Is still
In business nt 942 BETHEL STREET,
8tock on Hand Standard, Domestic,
New Royal ServUee, New Home, and
Pan-American Hand Machine.
Call and see. Try and buy.
ST. DAVID'S HOUSE
715 Howard St., Near Third, 8. F., Cat.
This Is ono of tho host Lodging
Houses In Snn Francisco; convenient
1 ylocatod to tho center of tho city, the
atres, etc.; 200 rooms, en suite and sin
jle. Everything clean nnd neat.
Howard St. electric cars pass the door.
DONT FORGET TO RING UP
Telephone Main 3S1
If you want your dead or old horses,
cows or mules taken awny.
Asl( for PHILIP LEINDECKER,
Work Done Promptly and Cheaply.
Full Price $3.00.
And until further notice the
NEW ENGLAND BAKERY will
sell from their store on Hotel
Street) commencing April 1st,
35 TiCkefS, Calling for 35
Loaves Bread, for One Dollar.
Guaranteed best quality andfuil
weight. Bread delivered from
the wagons will be 28 Loaves
for One Dollar, The difference
is simply cost of delivery, which
benefit wo extend to our cus
tomers. New Engl and Bakery
J. Oswald Lulted, Mgr
Our Second Recipe
Into a goblet of shaved Ico
put two dashes of Maraschino,
one dash of Angostura Hitters,
one dash of Benedictine, nml
ono pony of Absinthe. Stir well,
strain, and serve.
Toast. "If you would have guesta
merry with cheer.
Do so yourself or at least so
We sell all tha requirements
for tho above popular drink at
prices without competition,
25 King St., - near Bethel
Cupid Iiuh h.-cn pointed blind
hecnusc "love ccb not with the
cyen but with the mind." Pop
pructlcnl purpoHCH, however, '
tC V$frv-r. Xl
good cycllit Is Indtbpcnmble. : Francisco according to the notice ic-
Who will gutnriny thnt love l 'ved by J. J. Dunne from the clerk
not mope prccloun than money,0' collrt ylerduy. Tho appeal wak
-Irtl.r mn nneelnuu than
If your eycH nre wenk or defec
tlve you should consult us at
Our advice Invaluable, and
nave you Hulferlnjj und
A. N. SANFORD.
Boston Building, over May & Company.
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 Co.
Phoenix Insurance Co. of Brooklyn.
MANAGER INSURANCE DEP'TM'T.
i Office 4th floor, Stangenwald bldg.
- Woman's Exchange
Carries tho best assortment of Hawaii
an and Snmoan Cmloa In town; also
Dinner Cards, Calendars, Booklets,
Home-made Jellies, Jams and Pol.
General Manager of
THE EQUITABLE LIFE
of tho United States for tbo
OFFICE, Merchant Street, Honolulu.
Cotton Bros. & Co
Plans and estimates furnished for
all classes. Contracting work,
Tel. Main 2-15.
ROOM 300, BOSTON BLK., Honolulu.
LUUL AND GENERAL
J. P. Hall, lawyer, 71 S. Kins St.
All drinks 10c nt tlio Pantheon
SmoUo tlic Ideal Cigar. The best Be
smoke In town.
Senator J. T. Drown Is 111 with tbo
pre ailing fever.
MM. tnl. I ..-. In ln(n In n 1 ft I It I n f
Lmi men furnishings.
' Tomatoes 10 cts a can for this week
Villi Ub llfl IX.Iillll O.U.V.
Hnlnler and l'rltno heers on draught
at Criterion. 10c a glass.
Kona coffee to bo good must be pure.
C. J. Day sells It; 25c per lb.
Damages for personal Injuries. J. P.
Hall, lawyer, Wnlty building.
A notice regarding the fish markets
of llllo, appears today. Sco Uy Author
ity. Ncatlr furnished rooms nt the Pop
ular. (I $l.o0, and $2 per week. 12W
Hlatik books of all sorts, ledgers, etc.,
manufactured by the Bulletin Publish
A lourt summons, Wlllomlnn Proper
s Antono J. Proper, appears In By
11 W. Poster & Co.'s optti-.il ad In
this Issue will Interest jo.t. Look for
It and read It carefully.
' Arable" is guaranteed for three
yeard. and lasts a life time. Just try It.
California Peed Co., agents.
The special sale of tho (ielslm brand
of ladles' shirt waists will bo continued
this week at Whitney & Marsh's.
Sin king pigs tleaned und ready for
the oven can bo had at Wagner's Sl)( It
Yaida. 'Phone 3181 White. P. O. box
l'lno Bheer new still t waists In hand
some assortment ut Snehs' nlxo new
lino of bathing suits nud ladles' nick,
G. Schmnan, Ltd.. Young building,
lias 15 mules to nrrlvo by the N'cbras
4,an on the 12th May. l"or sale at low
Tendrrs for medicines, drugs, etc.,
will bo leeched ut the office of tho
Iiotrd of Health unlit June 17t.li. Sco
Kuduk printing and developing done
piomptly nt the Honolulu Photo-Supply
Co. Tho finest assortment of Island
Mows for sate."
J, Tarn McGrcw leaves .for Paris
next month for the purpose of studying
art und arihllccturo. lie will icmulu
away several cars.
I Ensign Stltt nnd not Ensign Smith
is coming In the Sonoma with Captain
Pond nnd Midshipman Arlvlno to ac
company tho Iroquois to Midway
Patronlzo homo Industry; when you
need starch, order Pla, or Hnwailan
fctarch. All grocers keep it for sale;
costs no more and Is superior to nny
Do not fall to attend tho epercttn
tonight ut tho Kamchnmeha School for
Girls, for tho benefit of tho Knlulanl
Home. Tickets for sale nt Wall, Nich
ols Co. nnd Thrum's. Admission Mc.
Young Ilrothcrs havo purchased tho
launch Wutcrwltch from A. A. Young.
They havo made a contract with tho
Customs Dopnitmcnt which places tho
launch ut Its disposal as a patrol and
Tho decision of Judge Esteo In tho
Prlmo Deer caso was sustained nt San
"ismwseu unu ll.u opinion upuviu
Tho Hobron Drug Co.'s "gift day"
sales havo become very iiopulir. 'I hey
hold nnothcr on 'lluMtl.-y, tho 21st,
untl on "ll8 Iny K,vo 'r';o ,l ,llle 'lalr ol
nickel plated scissors lo r. -ustt mer
purchasing fifty cents wor'h of drug
storo goods. Snlo begins ct 10 a. m.
Commissioner Sargent met with of
ficials and members of tho llullders
nnd Traders' Kxchango yesterday In
tho director's room of tho II. V. Dilling
ham Company. Tho gathering was ar
ranged by L. K. I'lnkham, besides
whom thero wcro present Messrs.
Dowlcr, Craig, Nott, Clark, Hartley,
Hush and others, Including lopresonta
tives of tho labor unions. Thero was
a general statement on tho labor con
ditions existing hero. Tho consensus
of opinion seemed to bo that tho plant-'
crs should havo tho right to bring Into
tho country Chincso labor for the
fields, for a specific time. Mr. Sargent '
asked many questions which from
tl'clr drift, showed that ho Is acquaint
ed with tho conditions hero. '
ino memuers ui mo i.xcnuugu uhkcii j per yea.t
that tho Influent o of tho Commission .
bo used for tho purposo of securing tho Andrew Drown nnd J. A. Oilman
Issuance of nn Executive order for tho wt-ro yesterday commissioned by Sup
purposo of hnvlng put Into effoct here erlntendcnt Cooper ns members of tho
on Governmental work, tho snmo con- Honolulu I'lro Commission. Drown
dltlons ns obtain In connection with
tho Territorial contracts, ns regards
tho employment of citizen labor.
105T FORT STRERv
8AME CNTRANCH AR WILLIAMS' PIIOl I'fil'AI'll OALLniSY.
II VULI' !- fl V IBf
(Associated Press Cable.
Tracy Knocked Out.
Portland, .May 13 Oans knocked out
Trncey In the ninth round.
'British Military Operations.
I London, May 13. Urltlsh military
operations have added ono hundred
thousand square miles to northern Nl-
ll.iytlcn Government Frauds.
Port Au Prince, May 13. Frauds In
Haytlcn government securities liavo
been uneaithed. The amount Involved
Kir g Leopold Sued.
Drii8scls, May 13. The Countess do
Lonyayn has sued her father. King
Leopold, for threo million dollars, her
bharc In her mother's estate.
Dock Ctrlke Worse,
Valparaiso, May 13. The dot k strlko
here Is growing worso. Hints nnd in
cendiarism have caused great damage.
Three thousand tioops nre on the sevno
and martial law has been declared.
oil G. Ml
Samuel C. Allen, one of Honolulu's
most wealthy nnd best known nusl
ness men. who came here In the early
days when business wus Just lixln
nlng, died Inst night nt his home en
Alnkca Mrcet. Deceased was ut hlc of
fice ns usual jrsterilay afternoon, at
tending to his usual duties. Although
ho hail not been well for jenis, he
seemed no worse thnn usttnl eter
dny. Returning homo nt his usual hour
In the nflemoon. he was taken out for
his usual ill he by Mrs. Allen. He. li.nl
big dinner nml sat about the house un
til a little after ! o'clock when he be
came suddenly III. Dr. Augur was tel-
ephuned for anil upon his nrilwil. found
Mr. Allen p.ulng the llooi In the iliaw-,
lug room. liiKlde of fifteen minutes,
ho wus dead, heait fulline lielng !'"
uounced 1 the !li st. I'm as the cause
of death. RclatlWM nnd Mends were
summoned nnd niiangements weio
m.ido for the funeral to take place nt I
I o'clock tomorrow (I'liday) after
noon, from the Allen tcsldcmc.
Mr. Allen was a business mun of tho
first water and ueer for u moment has
no over allowed anything to Interfere
with his work. He has been closely J
Identified with the tommerclnl dc-
' clopment of the Islands nnd this city
In particular. At the time of his dentil
he was n member of the firm of Allen
k Robinson, lumber denlcis, was pres
ident of several plantations and t'ho
O. It. & L. Co., ns well ns director of
many other enterprises.
Samuel Clesson Allen was born nt
New Salem, Mass., on May 17. 1S31. Ho
was the son of Mr. nnd Mrs. Frederick
11. Allen, At nn early ago he iemocd
to Dangor, Maine, where ho attended
school, nnd later attended the famous
Abbott Fnmlly School, nt 1'nimlngton,
When a ery young man, Mr. Allen
went to lloston nnd became a clerk
In tho wholesale house ot Wilkinson,
Qtten C. r tin lnfr ltnat.in I,, 1C-.II
tI0 American ship Loo Clioo. romliiB
to tho Islands. Ho soon formed a part
nership with W. A. Aldrich, going Into
the general merchandise business. At
different times he wag a member of tho
firms of Allen & Co., Aldilch, Wnlker
& Co., Walker, Allen & Co., nnd lately,
Allen & Robinson, He took a prom
inent part In tho early development uf
,l,c 8Uenr plantations nnd shipping
In 1SG5, Mr. Allen married tho
daughter of James Uoblnson, who sur-
' vivos him. Thero are no children, the
nearest other lelntlve hero being Col.
V. V. Allen, n cousin.
Hvcry Day Affords New Proofs of the
peculiar effects of PAIN-KILI.Klt. In
rases whero a dlsoidered condition of
(he stomach, liver and Lew els Is com
bined with grent debility, nervous
weakness, nnd Intenso melancholy, t's
effects tiro most beneficial and wonder
ful. It should be kept by overy fnmlly.
Avoid substitutes, there Is but one
I'aln-Klllcr, l'erry Davis', Trice 25c and
The BUSINES8 MAN'S HANDY IN
DEX, published In the Saturday Bulle
tin and the Weekly Edition, gives a
concise nnd complete resume of all le
gal notices, calls for tenders, Judg
ments, building permits and real es
tate transactions. Evening Bulletin,
75 cents oer month.
himself whlto Oilman fills
' tho vacancy caused by tho resignation
' of Auditor J. II. Fisher.
8 TO 5.
Say " I'm Sick"
And I Will Supply You
With a Cure.
I nsk for no money Just a postal;
JiiSt Bay that you need help.
I will mall you an order good nt
any drug store for six bottles Dr.
Shoop'B Itcstorntlvo. You may tako It
n month on trial. If It succeeds, tho
cost Is ?5.o0. If It falls, I will pay tho
Crugglst myself and your mere word
si-ell tlccldo It,
Over half a million sick ones have
done what I aBk of you; and 30 In each
40 havo paid for tho treatment gladly,
becausn they were cured.
I don't know your condition, nor how
difficult your ense. That doesn't mat
ter. If you will mako tho test, and bo
lair with yourself and me, I am willing
to tnkc tho risk.
My success comes from strengthen
ing tho Insldo nerves, which opcrnto
tho vital organs. I havo spent my Ufa
In' learning how to do It. A weak or
gan means weak nervo power. It Is
like n weak engine that needs mora
steam. To doctor tbo organ Is use
less; what It needs Is power to act. My
Ilcstoratlvo alono brings back that
power, nud In most of these diseases
uo other way can euro,
.My book will tull you why.
Slmtlu Mite Mfiith
cook uu ant, anj
dJrM Dr Slirvp,
Hot nt, Maclne,
Ho,k No I nn l)ypfrl
If.Hjk No f on the Heart
llix.k No. on Hi' KUntyi
H'ok No 4 tor Women
Honk No, f(,r Men dtaltJ)
Hook No. 6 on Hhurrallsm
MIIJ ca, not clironlc are ofltn curJ t-y on or
tworottlts, At all druggists.
FOR THAT FALLING OUT
OF THE HAIR, DAND
RUFF AMD OTHER SOALP
DISEASES : : : :
IT IS THE IDEAL HAIR DRESSING,
WE CAN HOESTLY
EXCURSION TO VOLCANO.
TUESDAY, MAY 5
4 DAYS' ROUND TRIP $40.00
(Via Hllo Route.)
10 DAYS' ROUND TRIP $55.00.
(Going Hllo Route)
(Returning Kona Route.)
For reservations and tickets see
RICHARD H. TRENT, General Agent,
Cor. Fort and Merchant Sts.
THE ELITE ICE CREAM PARLORS
HART &., LTD.,
Fine Job Prl.-.tlng at the Bulletin
Parties Contemplating Any
Will Do Well to Investigate tbo
Jackson Hand Power Drill.
No Dollcr or Compressor Plant
E. TAPPAN TANNATT,
Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
Room 4, Oregon Block.
Southwest Corner Fort and King Sts.
HONOLULU T. H.
Jno. W. Cathcart
311 and 315 STANGENWALD BLDQ.
L. 8. THOMPSON,
Naalehu, Kau, Hawll.
"For Rent" cards on sale at Bulletin
Wll RECEIVED A LARGE SHIPMENT OH
New Dry Goods
That we have placed on Hale this week at prices below
A sheer quality In strlpo effect at 10c anil 12 l-2c. An excellent Hue
of Whlto Goods In mercerized strlpo effect nt IC l-2c. Full lino of nov
elties In Whlto Goods nt 20c nnd 25c; great values. India Linen 40
Inches wldo wo have tho best value; bo .convinced, 3 grades; 12 l-2c,
lac nnd 20c.
Complete lino of a cholco collection In tho newest Btrlpo effects 10c
ynrd. 3u Inches Mortrlzcd Charrbrny In plain colors nnd silk strlpo nt
25c ynrd. Satin Strlpo Lcno Ir, pink and light blue; new fabric.
Embroidered Swiss Dots
Vc have the same In n variety of embroidery effects, cool dress ma
terials for summer wear. Sco our price for this week.
I Batiste and Lawns
Just opened. Large lines of now Uatlsto and Lawns In new designs, ab
solutely unchangeable. Our prlceu much below their regular value.
COST PRICES FOR
INCANDESCENCE FROM KEKOSENK
Th Bst Llfhl Knon to Sclenct n4 tht
cheipeit, will t told at price to Mult
Received (told medal at Pan Airerlein
Exposition. Our to hour night Lamps madc
ESPECIALLY FUR MGHT OfcK IN CAhfl
No wlok to ulimiao
INotitilmnuy to utunn
No Hmull No dmitfur
One old fashioned wick lamp I mort cart
than twelve Transcendent System Lamps,
One 40 C. P wick lamp burns exactly twice
s much oil as one 500 C, P. Transcendent
IMR CHUAPI3W - THAN
ULUCTUICITV and a much hetter
quality of light. Lamps for Indoor, Out J oof
Street Lighting, Projection Work, Etc.
All our tamps are of joo C.P
m 's? m
7. W. MACPARLANB, Manager
Durnblo unit Accurate
WATCH CASU CO.
Philadelphia, U.S. A.
l'or ante 1y tlift
lleulera In tlie
Kahikinai Meat Market
PRUITS AND VEGETABLES
BERETANIA STREET, cor. ALAKEA.
'Phone Blue 2511.
ALSO AT THE
MEAT 8TALLS 19 AND 20.
Dr. Archibald N. Sinclair.
Offices Rooms 208-209 Boston build
ing, Fort Btrcet.
Telephones Office, Main 3S5; Resi
dence, Whlto 28C1.
Hours 11 n. rn. to 1 p, m.; 3 to 4
p.m.; 7 to 8 p.m.; Sundays, 12 to 2 p.m.
P. O. Box 801.
All kinds of fancy work made to order.
663 South Beretanla St, nr. Punchbowl
R, CLARK, Proprietor.
Bicycles, Machines, Guns, Locks and
Keys Repaired Promptly and
Bicycle : Repairing : a : Specialty.
Bethel St., bet. King and Hotel.
Honolulu, H. I.
New - Orpheum - Restaurant
120 HOTEL ST., nr. UNION. .
Popular Prices. Good Service.
Private Boxes for Parties.
Open day and night
P. O. Box 901. Tel. Whlto 931.
-rvij. h Hcitul St. I HnNni in ii
Suits made to order In tho latest
styles. Perfect fit guaranteed. Cloth
ing cleaned, dyed and repaired.
MAO Wll sm
UNION EXPRESS CO.
Safes, Pianos, Furniture
DRAYS FOR FREIGHT and LUMBER
Our representative meets all Incom
ing steamers from tho Coast, and wo
check baggago on all outgoing steam
era. WHITE AND BLACK SAND
Office, Campbell Blk., Fort St.
Tolonh'c.0'"cs Ainin ho
IOICUII O'WnruhouHC, Uluu 32ia
W. LARSEN, Manager.
BISMARK STABLE CO., LTD.
BISMARK BRANCH STABLES
Hacks, Carriages, Buggies and Sad-
dlo Horses on short notice.
Carriages meet all steamers. Com
petent drivers, reasonablo rates, new
vehicles and llvo stock.
THE CLUB STABLES,
018 FORT STREET,
STILL CONTROLS HACK STANDS
319 and 32.
This Includes tho following Hacks:
Nos. 3, 7, 24, 61, 69, 236, 186 and 53.
Stable 'Phono 109 Main.
Hack Stand, 'Phones 310 and 32.
C. H. BELLINA.
HONOLULU IRON WORKS
Improved and Modern 8UGAR MA
CHINERY of every capacity and de
scription made to order. Boiler work
and RIVETED PIPE8 for Irrigation
purposes a specialty. Particular atten
tion paid to JOB WORK, and repairs
executed at shortest notice.
M. P. BERTELMAN'ti
18 - MOVHP
I to rear of old stand. Entrance on King
street. Orders left at either Bbop or
ofTlco nt John Nott's store, King St.,
will rccelvo prompt attention.