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THE KVliNINU J UhLKTINi IIONULULU, II. I., WKDNliHUAY, MAY '2, 1111)0.
THE LATEST POPULAR SONG
1 Promlnctl IM Protect Her rind
At -ne the ftrcit "'y I' " Mm. and other tJlnc Anettcan sinters.
Companion Son lo Uctause:"
"I Love You Yet."
Tl latest ballad !., fcy the famous nuthor an.1 cnmpovr l "Gtnevlvt."
as sune by .Mint Mae Marsh (Shub-rfs burrano Soloist.)
"8hc linn Lclt the Oil Love Pop the New."
Bjr.ll Uailram's He hit In "The Dcmer nrress."
"I'll Keep My PromlHe to You."
The Utt tt New York cr at.
ttvUt. it. I ..iitu". Alnrcli unci Two-Stcn.
Ai played ty lead ng American bands. (ArranRe d as rlano ' '
PRICE, SO CUNTS ltK COI'V.
ddres. In the 1'nlted States, Canada, Mexico. Cuba. i'orto K co or the I ''i'tpij" r re "'
THIRTY-! IVK CI NTS (.ISei) or the entire collection sent postpaid lor ONE DOLLAR, the price ol any
two composition. It PurchawJ Irom any one but the publlther.. ..,. . . , .,, ,.,,
It younajeany aounreraramK .w.r...M,r.ir,,y. .-. ""::-"", ::- i...... '
ciiirintee tapes targes and e iii senj me muvc
The JOHN NELSON COMPANY,
40 Selected ones for $3.00
-FOR SALE AT THE-
HAWAIIAN BAZAAR, MASONIC TEMPLE.
Comer Hotel and
HARMONY L0D0E NO. 3,
I. O. 0. R,
Mcct3 every Monday (.veiling at 7:30
In Harmon Hall, King clrect.
J. 13. Mi-VHUHl. N. a.
E. It. H13NDKV, Secretary.
AH vleltlng brothers very cordially
mystic lodcii:. No. 2, K. of V.
Meets cvt-ry Wednesday evening at
7:30 o'clock, Castle Hall, Tort street.
Visiting brolhei s cordlully Invited to
attend. S. J. SALTEIl, C. C.
A. E. MURPHY, K. It. S1
HONOLULU CHAPTER No. 1,
It. A. M. .
Meets every third Thursday evening
tn Masonic Temple. All visiting com
pontons cordially lnvltI.
A. V. GILFILLAN, H. P.
J. D. TUCKER, Secretary.
No. 1, IC 1:
Meets In Masonic Templo on the sec-
Md Thursduy evening of caoh month.
1411 visiting Sir Knights courteously
KENRY E. COOPER, E. C.
J. D. TUCKER. Recorder.
OAHU LODGE No. 1, K. of P.
Meets every Friday evening nt their
Cmstle Hall, 420 Vi Fort street, at 7:30.
Members of Mystic Lodge No. 2, and
JTUitlng brothers, cordially Invited.
A. N.SINCLAIR. C. C.
K. of R. antlji.
NUUANU CHAPTER, ROSE
No. 1. A. & A.. S. U.
Meets the first Thursday In each
month, at Masonic Temple.. Sojourn
ing and visiting brothers cordially In
vited to attend all meetings.
W. M., FRANK R. AUERBACH.
VLLAN B. SCRIMQEOUR. Secretary.
LODGE Lo PROGRES DE
No. 124, A. &. A. S. Rite.
Stated meetings on the Inst Monday
of each month, In Its hall, Masonic
C. M. WHITE, V. M.
H. B. FRIEL, Secretary.
GEO. W. De LONG POST No.
45, G. A. R.
Department of California and Neva
la, meets at Harmouy Hall, King
treet, first Thursday evening of overy
nonth. Sojourning comrades arc cor
dially invited to attend.
W. L. EATON, P. C.
JAS. T. COPELAND, Adjt
HAWAIIAN LODGE, No. 21,
P. & A. M.
Special Meeting THIS (Wednesday)
Evening, May 2d, 7:30 o'clock. Work In
the Second Degree.
Members Lodge Lo Prnsres. Pacific
Lodge, and nil sojourning brethren
J. M. OAT, W. M.
K. R. G. WALLACE, Secretary.
L. E. PINKHAM,
Ofllce- with tho Faclflo BTardwaro Co.,
Honolulu, H. 1.
EntlTiKtes given and contracts made
for wells on any of tho Islands. SIX
nkw FLANTH for heavy work operated
bv tlio row! uVUIfnlhlghPMHaMiilrHlBrw.
Real Estate Transaction.
BabBcribeig are farnUbed with from'flti
to b1x lists per week. glv'rjR an aoonrati
re lord ol all deedt.mortRi pes, leases, it
lea ws, powers ol attorney, etc, eto., whlol
are plaoed on reoord.
Babterlutlon Trice. 92.0(fper! Mont
A. V. GEAR,
Jndd Building, Honolata
.ales i Hits.
In orJer to establish permanent m;l" '"'
hnlurss (alnmart.fi adiantace l urrl(J e
will tn J i ou the above tenet postpaid to any
. -, u nwi i n .....-...
ST. LOUIS MO.
pwmPKmP9mwTr'.-wmwtx 1 1 " w rWiJ
of every de
An Elegant Assortment
at Reduced Rates I $C
Take your choice of these
bargains before they are
Kollister Drug Co.
There Is only ono Jesse Moore Whis
key In tho world and that Is cold and
pure. Lovcjoy & Co. aro distributors
tor the Hawaiian hlanda
3 Big Leaders, Now on Display.
Traveling Rugs,Goif Capes,Cloth Capes; Largest assortment in town
N. S, SACHS DRY
LOCAL AND GKHEKAL.
HBITIlLKWN MHBTING, DRILL
'the .1. A. CitminliiH niul Ad.i aro m
the mm Hit' nillwiiy.
Tho Mohican and W. II .fcmith mo
about l cmly for nc:i.
New York, April 2.-i. niigai"-Uiiv,
steady; rellnctl, iiulct.
There will bo a meeting of tho Hoard
of Health this afternoon.
The Ileleiio who loading nt llnmakiM
ulion tho Kllauca ltou Ictt.
Dr. It. V. Mm ray lettimcd In the
Nippon Mnru this morning. .
WEDDINO STATIONERY. Engraved
H. P. W1CHMAN.
Georgo Hnffner, Jeweler, has moved
to Vineyard Ptrcct near tho Queen lio
tcl. Board your horse at the Club Sta
bles If you want It well and kindly
M. P. Piosscr has decided not to ac
cept the position of prosecutor In the
Harry Dlmond was n passenger from
San Frnnclsco In the bark Andrew
Welch yesterday nftcrnoon.
Tho Tilbuno wheel has been built to
order mid gives permanent satisfac
tion. Ask your friends about It,
GoiiBalvcs, photographer. Bcretnnln
near Alapal. Ono 1'jxM crayon por
trait and one dozen cabinet photos jo.
The M. P. Grate hauled alongside the
Hordn nt tho Pacific Mall wharf yes
terday to make room for tho Nippon
Prom San Francisco, per bark An
drew Wclr-h, May 1 W. II. Dlmon.l,
Mrs. C. M. Roberts, W. Roberts, Miss
Guerrero & Hoko, tho now grocery ou
Miller street, Just abovo the Methodist
church, will sell you llrst class goods
at almost cost. It will pay you to
Passenger accommodations by the
Amcilra Mnru Saturday arc tnxed lo
their utmost. It Is probable unit i.ll
who have booked will not bo nblo to
Among tho passengers for Kauai In
the Mlkahala and W. O. Hull yesterday
were tho following: W. A. Kinney, V.
M. Swanry, Lady Ilcrron, C. L. Wight,
0. N. Wilcox, 0. II. Robertson iimI
On account of changing the brands of
fine stationery and closing out odtl
stock, which, by the way. la as good
as tho best, the Golden Ruin Buzanr
have put prices to the bottom It will
pay to look this up, whether you need
stationery now or not.
Kawlka, Kultmopclo and and Puna
hoa, tho thrco natives nrrested for las
soing a Chinaman on Beretnnla street,
were tried In tho Police Court yester
day nftcrnoon nnd hound over for trial
nt tho next term of tho Circuit Court.
Bonds in tho sum of $3() each bavin?
been put up, tho natives wcro released
Bruco, Waring & Co. desire to In
form their patrons that the construc
tion of the Electric Railway and otnei
Improvements, now going on, upoi
their Pacific Heights property, will it
no wise be interfered tflth, or the sal
of lots restrained by reason or any ae
tlon or suit as between fcrmer owner
All purchasers of Iota upon Paclflt
Heights are guaranteed the service ol
an Electric Rallwav electric light anc
an abundance of water, also a perfect
There was n largo attendance at the
regular monthly meeting of the Wo
man's Board of Missions In tho parlors
of Central Union church yesterday af
ternoon. The treasurer reported on
hand April 3, $139.90, later receipts for
tho Chinese nmountlng to $275. Regu
lar collections nnd donations from all
sources brought tho entire total up to
$157.70. The disbursements slnco then
amounted to $90, leaving n balance of
$3G1.70. Tho collection nt tho meet
ing amounted to $2.r!.r5. A special
contribution of $25 from Mnul was also
received. Various letters and pjperu
CIIAS. D. WALKER,
Designer and Builder ol Hlgh-Gradi
Yachts, Boats and Launches I
Works. 691 KING ST.
Box.Oi). Telephone jjo
L-" --7i 11 liiiM 01 1 rrsrJTi
JUST THE THING FOR SWELL TRAVELING SUITS
II o, Mitniirniicii,
IIJ KAAIIUMANU ST.
Prompt and careful attention Riven to
ac ounts, notes, bills, tenis, etc., on com
mission; settlement made upon day ol
Losses of British and
American Army Compared
Washington, April 14. Tho War
Department has posted nn Instructive
statement comparing the casualties In
tho Spanish-American war with those
of the first six months In the South Af
rican war, for tho purpose of showing
Hint the casualties suffered by the
American troops, and which wcro re
garded In soino quarters ns cxccsslvo
and wcio tho subject of much criticism,
wcio actually very much less In pro
portion to those suffered by the Brit
Ish nrmy today.
As to tho British showing, the state
ment covers from October 11th to
Apill 7th, nearly six months. There
were 309 olllcers nnd 3911 men killed In
action, accident, wounds or disease.
Thcro were reported ns missing ISO offi
cers and 3782 men; C8S officers nnd 4934
men woro Invalided home, malting a
total British loss, exclusive of sick
nnd wounded In the hospitals In South
Africa, of 7G5 oftlccrs and 12,600 men.
Thcro arc nearly 10,000 men sick nnd
wounded In tho South African hos
pltnls, thus showing a total loss In
effective strength since tho war begun
of nbout 23,000 men.
During tho war with Spain, the
United States army lost by death 107
ofllcers nnd 2803 men. Thcro were
wounded 113 olllcers and 1464 men.
This makes nbout 12 per cent of tho
American death rate, and tho corres
ponding rnto for the British army
was 63 per cent.
The War Department writes In con
clusion ns follows: "The conditions
both military and climatic In each
campaign carried on wcro so different
that It Is difficult to make any compari
son. Tho American campaign was car
ried on entirely In tho tropics In the
summer time, tho most unfavorable
season of the year. Tho diseases most
prevalent were tropical fevers. The
climate In the theater of operation in
South Africa Is remarkably healthy.
There was much sickness at Lidysmlth
but tills was due to siege conditions.
In tho American campaign tho cloth
ing worn was ns light as pos3lblr.
Lord Roberts has sent an order fro'm
Blocmfontcln for warmer clothing for
his army, on account of tho troops be
ing threatened with pneumonia."
AS CHICAGO VIEWS HAWAII.
Chicago, April 19. The Inhabitants
of tho Hawallnn Islands evidently have
determined to keep pace with their fel
low citizens In the United States, for
within tho last ten days $50,000 worth
of automobiles have been shipped to
them. A Chicago firm built the ve
hicles, which Included largo cabs, small
cabs, delivery wogons and "T" carts,
ench accompanied by nn exhaustive
treatlso on tho art of guiding nnd man
aging nn automobile.
Tho Importing habit has been grow
ing on the Hawallnns for the last three
months, nnd Chicago manufacturers
hnve shipped within this period fully
$f.00,000 worth of merchandise. Chief
among tho articles aro steel rails, pas
senger clcvatois nnd equipments, boil
ers nnd pumps, tho latter for use an
tho plantations. Ono of theso pumps,
with Its accessories, cost $57,000; two
others, moro than $25,000 each.
Bicycle, too, have caught the Hawa
iian fancy. Consul Fred Job says
moro than 10,000 have been sent to
The Grnftcr Won.
(Associated Press Special.)
London, April 25. Tho City nnd
Suburban nnndleap of 200U sovereigns,
run nt tho Epsom spring meeting to
day (tho second day) to won by J. G.
Clarke's The Grafter.
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY.
Tnko Laxatlvo Bromo Qulnlno Tableti
All druggists refund tho money If it
falls to cure. E. W. Grovo's signature
Is on each box. 25 cents.
No two pieces alike.
GOODS COMPANY, LTD.,
PEOPLE'S PROVIDERS. Jtf5Mtftf)tfti5"
We have pl.iced on s.ile I'HIS WliliK .1 line of Lnales I'jst llul llrrmsdotf dyed
hne. received dlicct liom the ladorv in Ltemianv Uliusavotdlim Hie American cuty)
which we are offeiliiK nt the very low pike of 6 uilrs ir 6I.OO. ISow lhl Isnn
nppuilu! Ity not often olleted for l.tdlestu su,ilv themselves with a good staple attl;
ile nt evMyd.iy i.se M such j erv low price. We do nut claim them lo be the tinesl.
but 11 K'd Mrting article ni .-ibsuintelv t lit dye. Jk
In aJJIilmi to tne nb)ve we luveour uual complete line of I sdles', Gents',
Misses' and Children's IIUSItl'Y. winch luve t lit I muirstanll.hed reputatl.n.
We h.ivc J 1st revived asm' ill choice line ol Genuine Scutch Zephyr. Now
we do not advrrtls tbesr as cheap K1 oJs, nt all, but jii't II e Icind a Udv woulJ select
1 1 in de .1 sown of that she w.iiited to louk stylish In, but that uoulJ stand tne hind
ot l.uitidrying It would iccelve here.
A small and carefully stlccieJ lot of printed pure IRISH I.INBN LAWNS In neat
md modest desists and colotlng 12 yds. Ie Rlhs w Inch we are oflerli K t just about
half the ptlce that they will have to x sold lor when Impo teJ under the American
Ofcuurs-all ladles know of the great durability of Irish linen and Its delightful
coolness, and here, where we use wash goods the ear around, It pays to buv a good
article that one can teel justllied In expen.lng tne time and muney neceisary In malt- v
lug up In a manner that one would not ou a cheap rirtUle that one would have to cast
aside niter the first laundering. For trimming these same goods we have a very
comp'ete assortment to choor from of embroideries of all kinds, v.-imbrlc, namscolt and
Swss, edgings, 'nseitlons andallovers, anJbv.es of every description, these all Im
ported by us dbect from Europe In bond,
JUST RECEIVED direct from the factories at Troy, N. Y., a splendid line of
GENT'S SHIRTS, In dftss, colored and negligee.
In baying these shirts we have exercised the greatest care, first as to thf Ir fit and
correctness of stvle and in case of the colore! ones. 111 the veiv exacting manner o' our
examination In tegards to thrlr fastness of color, we doing our tc to sitlsfyoui
selvestlat we were getting nothing but acso'utely fast colo:s In these shirts, and
litipe we have succeeded
Call and see them and the line of GENT'S FURNISHINGS AND UNDER
WEAR wecarry. To houekeeoe s who might require them In a hurry, we wish t
state that we have In stock a cunplete lli.e of SHr-HTS AND PILl OW CASES,
reiuy maue, in an sizes anu qualities .11111 a'
B. F. EHLERS & CO.
Does Much Work
THE HAWAIIAN ISLAiMS.
Honolulu Tobacco Go., Limited,
HAVANA AND MANILA CIGARS,
Fine Gralus of Smoking Tobacco
Cor. Fort and Merchant Street, Honolulu,
Chinese Goods and
aio Nuuanu Street.
P. O. DOX 995".
THE OLDIiST CHINESE FIRM IN HONOLULU.
Dealers In Fine Silks ani Grass Linens. Chinese nJ Japtnete Goods ol All Kindt.
tro-sts Nuuanu street.
F. D, Box B13
zi. xx L
, Importer and
600 Br.nKTAXiA RniKirr
When You Waling
..TUNG TJH THK..
Livery, Boarding and
Sales Stables, : : :
StnMo "Phono, 47",
Unci. Stand Thonos, S1U unit 7; .
0. 11 BELLINA.
We want you to see them.
prices we relieve viu dc itunusaiisiacioiy.
Between Hotel And Puhl.-
iuc a :ixr o
Dealer in ,
OlTOHITB QUKHN'H IIOBMTAfc
A GOOD THING
!01iia, Algeroba and Pine Frew
Cat m il Split (ready for the Stow)'
STOVE, STEAM & BLACKSMITH COAL
WHITE AND BLACK HASD
s, tlellvere I 10 any pan I
1)10 City. ' (
EUSTACE & CO.,
SI Qneen Utrtei