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ftVENINO BDLLKT1N, HONOLULU, H. T., SATURDAY, MARCH J, 1D02.
The Hawaiian Souvenir Playing
THEY ARE HERE THEY ARE BEAUTIES
Appropriate as prizes for card games. Suitable as gifts to friends
and relatives In distant parti.
Kach carle contains flf.tnrec half-tone engravings of the eholc
cM vIowh ..f Honolulu. JIllo and tlio principal points of 'Merest in
tho Islands. Rack design of Kamchameha Stntno In co'ir. Edges
In Gold. Double cna.nel surface, of tho very host finish. Largo In
doxos make them suitable for nil card games. Telescope cases stamp
ed In Gold. These cards nro manufactured by the United States Play
ing Card Co., who have spared no pains In making them tho finest
scenic pack of cards ever published,
RETAIL PRICE $1.00 PER PACK.
frtt',a WALL, NICHOLS COMPANY, Ltd, lT,',t
Lending Furniture Dealers.
CORKER KING AND BETHEL STS.
nut thoso desiring the health
foods, as handled by the Mono
lulu Sanitarium, can obtain them
at our store. Our stock Is complete-
In this line and we noto
tho following Sanitarium Foods
row on hand:
WHOLE WHEAT STICKS
WHOLE WHEAT WAFERS
H. MAY & GO.
22 TELEPHONES 24
Our Customers Like Our
Gurry Powder !
They are satisfied that the
ingredients used In its
manufacture are the finest
obtainable and that you
will think so tot when you
LEWIS & GO.
:. LEADING GROCERS. .:
1060 FORT STREET.
240 Three Telephones 240.
There Is Individuality about eye
glasses thu same us dress. Not every
one can bo fitted with the suinc clip
und Bprlng. Eye-glasses should bo
mado to lit thu faco becomingly and
a small featured person needs a small
er leus than one with a broad faco.
Wo fit each Individual, and tako all
nectBsary euro without piling tho
A. N. SANFORD,
Bo'ston Building, Fort Street
Over May i. Co.
A beautiful assort
ment now on hand in
With such a fine
stock to choose from
It will bo easy to
make a selection.
NEW BOOKS !
NEW BOOK LIST :
"Tho Illghts of Man," by Dr. Lyman
ablcs for the Fair," by Josephine
Sir Richard Calmady," by Malch.
"Stephen Callnarl," by Julian Sturgls.
"French Revolution and Religions"
(Reform), by Sloanc.
"Schley nnd Santiago," by Graham
"Forna Gordyecff," by Maxim Gorky.
'aiieso nro only seven of the new
books, but we have seventy times
seven Just as good and as Interesting.
J M. WEBB,
Bookseller nnd Stntlnncr.
No More Dread
of the Dental Chair
TEETH EXTRACTED AND FILLED
ABSOLUTELY WITHOUT PAIN bj
our late scientific method applied to tlit
gums. No sleep-producing agents oi
Tbeso are the only dental parlors In
Honolulu having PATENTED APPLI
ANCES and Ingredients to extract, All
and apply gold crowns and porcelain
crowns undcctecable fiom natural tcetL
and warranted for tin years, WITH
OUT THE LEAST PAIN. All work
done by GRADUATED DENTISTS ol
from 12 to 20 years' experience, an
each department In charge of a Special
1st Give us a. call, and you will flnr
us to do exactly as we advertise. W
will tell you In advance exactly what
your work will cost y a FREE EX
Set Teeth SS.OO
Gold Crowns 65.00
Gold Fillings 8I.U0
Hllver Fillings 50c
Our name alone will be a guarante,
that your work will be of ttan best
New York Dental Parlors,
(loom 4, Elite Building, Hotel Straw.
LADIES IN ATTENDANCE
Hours, 8 a. m. to 6 p. n.
Sundays, 0 a. m. to 12 m.
If you cannot find him just look
In at the
HE WILL BE THERE
AN HOUR IN THE MORNING
THE SAME HOUR EVERY fviORNINQ
or afternoon, given to dictation, will
keep your correspondence "cleaned
up," Try It a month,
J. D. AVERY, Business Correspondent
Regularity! Certainty Despatch!
Tel. MahV76. 95:45. Elite Dldg.
BASEBALL, POLO, FOOTBALL
INDOOR BASEBALL, Etc.
Boxing Exhibition at Orphe'um Will
be Great Event Fox and
Agnew Will Go Six
Following Is the schedule of Kruts
Baseball High School s. St. Lot'la
at 3 p. m.
Polo Reds nnd Illucs vs. Third
Team at .1 p. in.
Junior Association Fool b.il I Wan
derers vs. Malic Illmns at 3: 15 p. in.
Senior Association Football M.ille
Milium vs. Honolulus at I: IT, p. m.
Indoor Ilaecball Iluslnc3s Men vs.
Evening Class nt 7.30 p. m.
Boxing exhibition at 8 p. m,
Tho baseball gamo between Hit
High School, and tho St. I.o-iln Collogr
team will bo played on the Puuahou
grounds and not nt Maklkl ai lial pic
vlously been nrrnnged, as It Is feared
that the game might Interfere with tho
Junior association foofball league's
game which takes place at 3: 15 p. m.
on these grounds.
The polo gamo which will lie plicl
In Knplulanl Park this afternoon ul A
o'llock, tho Reds nnd the Blues play
ing the third team for two periods
each, will bo one of the last i;.imc3 ot
Tho boys of the Junior Association
Football Leagito are rapidly picking up
the game and tho crowds whlrh attend
tho game arc constantly liicenjliv.
The gnmo of tho seniors between the
Mallc-Illmns and tho Honolulus nil!
probably be n very hard fought on
and Is sure to bo Interesting. Th In
door baseball gamo In the Y. M. C. A.
gymnasium will decide the champion
ship nnd will probably be nntcrestlng.
Tho boxing exhibition will take
place In the Orphcum under the sti
pcrintendnce ot "Dcnxer" IM Smith.
The boxing part of the program will
be as follows:
Jack Mansfield vs. "Denver" Ed
Smith, Sidney Jackson vs. "Spider"
Jnikson, Jnck Andrews vs. Jack Com
Isky, flysscs Harris vs. "KM" Atkins,
Joe Decker vs. Joo Gnnsalves, Jack
Hoctor vs. Jack Weedy, Lon Agnew vs,
Thcro will nlso be Japanese wrest
ling matches. Among those who are
to appear arc Nagasaki, Yokohama,
Hakutgl nnd Wngamlnado who were
setn in tho Orpheum last week.
All the boxing contests with excep
tion of tho one between Agnew and
Fox will last four rounds each. Tho
contest between Fox nnd Agnew will
last six rounds. It Is sura to be an
1 D (H
There were only seven or olghi
(uses In thu t'ollcu Court this fore
noon, so that the session was a very
bhort one. The most Importnnt ease
beloie Judge Wilt ox wa3 that of An
nie Knea, charged with gross cheat.
A nollo prosequi was entered, the de
fendnnt having mado n settlement
which satisfied tho complaining wit
nesu, who was Vivian Richardson.
It uppuars that several months ago
Annie Knca signed n cheek for fllty
dollars In the tut mo of Knoka Kaaua,
claiming that she had been empowered
so to do by Kaaua himself. She went
to Illshop's Hank and tried to cash the
cheek but fnlleil to do so. Later on
slio went to Vivian Richardson and he
cashed It. Tho bank enmo buck at him
and he had to pay tho fifty dollars.
Itot wlHhlug to get tho woman Into
trouble, ho told her that ho would
glvu her a llttlo time during which to
produce tho coin. However, she must
nand over tho money In that time, or
ho would cause her urrest.
At tho tlmo arranged thcro was no
monoy forthcoming, aud Richardson
swore out a warrant for tho arrest of
Annie. Her case enmo up In the Po
lice Court tho other day but was con
tinned. In tho Interim tho defendant
hustled about and. gottlng, tho money
paid it over to Richardson.
Cummlng Is steadily drawing larger
audiences ut thu Orphcum nnd last
nlgnt the attendance was not only
triple that of previous oenings, but
everyone was highly pleased with tho
Wnrrcn, the boy who spent tuu
night nnd morning in K. O. Hnll &
Son's show window In a hypnotic sleep
nnd who was afterward removed to a
window on upper Fort street on ac
count of proving too great an attrac
tion down town, was awakened an hour
and a half ahead of tlmo to satisfy the
requests of the audience for tho per
formance of his handcuff trick. Spe
cial Irons wero used with as great suc
cess as beforo.
This afternoon at 2 o'clock a matlnen
will bo given for tho llttlo ones and
will undoubtedly prove an entertaining
and wholesome slit w. Prices liavo
been reduced to twenty-flvu cents all
over tho house.
As Cuunnlng leaves Wednesday for
Australia, his last performances will
bo given on Monday and Tuesday
Dehor Is thcro anything In
Lyon (who has been holding the
only copy for hnlf an hour or more)
Not a thing: absolutely nothing In It.
Rohcr Smart chaps those nowipa-per-men.
To think It took you so long
to find It out. Iloston Transcript,
When women lovo us tTioy forgive
us everjthlng, even our crimes; when
they do not luvo us they give us cred
it for nothing, not oven for our vlituus
LOCAL AND GENERAL
The Bulletin's special Industrial edi
tion can be obtained at this office or
the news-stands. Price 25 cents.
Q. H. Rerrcy's oHlce. 8 Campbell hid
A furnished front room Is for nut I
See To Let column. i
Chicken dinner nt the 1'nlou Orlil
morrow, fifty cents.
J. W. Hall was nround town with
friends this morning.
Troopi from the Warren mart lied
Out for exercise this meruit. k.
Mrs. Carl Holloway has a house par.
ty for over Sunday nt Walplo.
Bourbon Whiskey, 6 years old, $3.50;
Claret, 60 cents; Sherry and Tokay, 73
cents a gallon at Hoffschlnegcr Cu.'s,
Dr. and Mrs. Charles II. Cooper and
Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Damon will give a
dinner next Wednesday nt Puukapu,
Moanalun, for Miss (lllletle.
George 8. Houghtalllng. an Insane
person, by his guardian, II W. Hough
talllng, has brought n suit for divorce
agnlust Reeky R. Houghtalllng.
Commissioner Wrny Taylor has add
nl to the Agricultural Museum u serks
vf photograph taken on thu lotfce
plantation of Loiilgsun Urothcrs.
Col. Samuel Parker' was an Inter
ested listener nt the deliberations of
the Fourth District committee of the
Republican party In hradquartcis yes
terday afternoon. ,
Dr. S. A. Knapp, 0.1. D., of the De
partment of Agriculture, Washington,
Is visiting these Islands. He Is highly
virsed in diversified agriculture, with
rlco cultivation a speciality
Some of the forte of tho wind was
expended Kownlo way bb evidenced by
tho many trees uprooted and the blow
ing over of nn outbuilding belonging
to tho Sloano Christian Chapel.
Tho Hawaiian Sextet Club will lay
at the Hawaiian Hotel tonight dm Int.
dinner from C until 7:30 p. in. In tho
evening there will bcmuslc nnd dauc
Ing on tho lanal front S:3M until 11:30.
Charles Uartlctt Dyke, tho principal
of the Kamchamvha Schools, will lec
ture In the Y. M. C". A. hall tomor
row artcrnoon at 4 o'clock. His sub
ject Is "A Twentieth Century Rolls
Charles Mnlaia has been arreskd
on a ury serious charge In connection
with a girl under 14 jcars of age. His
lase enmo up for trial In tho Police
Court this forenoon but wus coutlmivd
until n later date.
It might bo stated for tho benefit of
those who wish packages of tho souvo
nlr playing cards at the Wall, Nichols
Company, that they arc going llko hot
cakes und that it will not bo very long
before they are nil gone.
There wero scverul phases of the
temperance question presented beforo
the Research Club last evening. The
meeting was held at tho home of Ar
thur Maxson Smith. The principal
papers wero by C. L. Rhodes, Ed.
Towsp nnd Dan Case.
Tho postofllcn people this morning
removed from thu transport Warren
520 bags of tnall,Whlcli the vessel was
to liavo taken. Mall will lie kept In
tho postollke until tho arrival of the
Nippon Muni, which steamer will then
take the mall with her.
Ryrne & Livingstone, direct repre
sentatives of many of tho largest and
oldest manufacturing firms of the
United Stntes have opened on ofllcc In
the Progress building wheie they will
be pleased to see Intending purchasers
of goods In their lines embracing
everything from pianos to building
stone or lead plpo to shingle paint
Referring to nu nrtlclo on associa
tion football In thu llulletln jestcrday,
P. N. Lansdale makes tho following
statement: "The Honolulu Athletics
liavo never won a gnmo from tho
Mntlc-Ulmas and tho latter have nev
or protested n game. It Is lust tho
other way about. I have never played
goal In either team, nor have I ever
played In any position on tho Ilono
lulu Athletic team. I have played for
tho Mattes. Further, I have never
played with the Wanderers
Sidney Jordan and two visiting
friends from tho Colonics Horace and
George Ilrcss returned Thursday
evening from a camping expedition to
Kaukuonahua streum, which lies on
tho other side of Wnhlawn. Sid. was
going to do the grand art and show lita
friends the country, take them over
Wnhluwa plantation, etc and the
three young men started off In n buggy I
with a tent and numerous camping'
traps. Their plans wero cruelly nipped i
In tho hud, however, for when they j
camo to Kaukuonahua stream It ho-1
gnn to rain and" ns It did not seem as
If It was going to stop soon tho tent
wus put up and the trio went Into
It rained all day nnd It rallied all
night und then it rained all the next
day and then all the night after that.
Tho unhappy trio sulked In their tent
and largo volumes of tobacco smoko
und sulphurous Imprecations floated
townrds the heavens from tho wigwam
as tho gentlemen from North Queens
land and not "Sidney ducks," they
were not able to stir outside and Sid
ney Jordan's two days' lecture course
on tho Paradise of tho Pacific wsb
viewed with no marked enthusiasm.
The last part of the Joke remains.
When tho rain finally ceased and tho
unhappy trio set out for home, they
had not gone moro than a mllo when
they found thnt tho ground was per
fectly dry and showed that no rain
whatever had fallen there.
Tho vagaries of the Hawaiian rain
Blorm need nn explanation. Sid and
his friends had simply camped In a
perpetual rain shower for two days
when they would havo been high nnd
drv hv going n mllo nwuy,
Sidney Is at present blessing tho pre
vailing winds which nro materially
aiding him In drying out hln numerous
The Evening Bulletin. 75 cents per
Remarkable merit for long
Wo carry thoso In gentlemen
I PACIFIC IMPORT
nro a reflection of tho beauty that you will find within tho store.
This week they nro radiant In the handsomest of new goods nil
plainly marked and nt prices that defy competition.
Among the New Arrivals
will bu found many unusually attractive goodB, Including:
Fine Victoria Lawns
10 Inches wide.
Per piece 75 cents
for ladles and gentlemen's shirt
ings; excellent pattern; latest
novelties In designs.
12 1-2 cents per yard
35 cents each
CLINTON J. HUTCHUN.S,
LIFE , vT ..7A- AX
t1"" jgjJJlmS5iV Xi
jyiclJMERtNY BLOCK!. PORT ST.
The entire stock of Iron bed
steads rnrrled by Thco. II. Da
vies Co. I111B been sold to in
at far below their wholesale cost
on account of l)ales' lack of
facilities for handllnn these
This stock combined with our
own (which was the largest on
tho Islands) makes us over
crowded, so we will hold a spe
cial sale for two weeks, boRln
nlnR Murch 1st, In order to re
duce the stock.
Prices will astonish you.
A Shoe of Instant Favor
A Shoe of Quality
A Shoe for Men
A Shoe for Women
Exclusive in Style
sen Ice anil easy fitting.
and ladles' styles we are sole
Fast colors; over 100 patterns;
fresh and new, at
6 14 cents per yard
Ladles' ribbed Jersey vests,
2 for 25 cents
$1,40 per dozen
or 3 for $1,00.
( Usf rtaV''rS?atl
In White, Black
arid : Colors : at
J. H. FISHER
Slock and Bond Brokers.
FIRC A880CIATION, of PhlladelphlV
WESTERN A88URANCE CO, of Tf
Offices 8tangenwald Bldg, Ms?
tONOLULU STOCK liXCHANGB
Honolulu, Mar, h i, tgc2
NAME OF STOCK SJf,"i, l? B' I Alkaf
Brwtr ft Cnmranv i.ooo.e too m
S chDO. Co.L't o.oor n
L.B.Kirr kCo 111.. too.- y
!wi P1nlatlon Co .... vo.ora t)1 14
liwilltnAcrlculluralCo i.ooo.an, too,.. .. tr.
lawallanCom AiSu Co a.iti.tjoi too
lavaltan Sufar Co . .. t.ooocol m. ... tj
lonotnu Sugar Co ... tjokoI too.. ,, uj
tonokaa Sugar Co .... aono.000 ar ,1
latku Sugar Co...y.. fno.0001 'or it
Catiuhu Plantation Co 3oo,aca ri t t
Clhcl Plant Co .Lti 050,000 "HI ti)
Tltahuld Sufar Co ... i6o,cco! tot I ,u
Cdoa SugarCo ycoou too 1 tj
'cBrylaSuCo.,Ld. . t. .00,00 I k 1 . ..
'tu Sugar Co . .. I i,Duo.ooo too 1
woniea Sugar Co.... 1,000,000' k at
)oka!a Sugar Plan Co vn,on' ao tH
llaaSu. Co Ltd aal Ws.oo " sK
OlaaSu Co LtJ pJut, I t 300,000 ae
Olnwal 1 Coir-pam fso.oor too ... ,.
'aauhau Su Plan Co 3000,00,1 30
ta.lfu Sugar Mill 300.000 too ,, t(
"ala Plantation Co T3o,ono too tt
(VrMl.ro Sug r Co 930,000 too ,
Pioneer Mil' Co a.aso.on too t. g.
Plonrrr Mill Co Aim 500 000 too 45
Valalua Agrt Co a. 500,000 too t H
W'lltukuSugar Co foo,ooo loo, ,. ,?
Walmanal'iugjll Co a3a,ooo loo
A'aimta Mill Co ta5,ooo too
MISCEU.ANt.OI s I
Wilier Sttamhlp C " , ,M ...
I'trr-WaniSteamNf., 2? 2 "" ..
Hawaiian Ellrk Co J' J " ,'
Hon HapUT & L Co '! "
Mutual Talffhone Co "f" '" .
Peon,', ic. r 1 g c , ;jo ;::;;; ...
FlrM National Hank
Hawaiian (,ov 3 rer cent ,,.
Hllo H R Co trtrtrnt tea
Hou Rarli Ttanalt ,
Ewa Planut n 6 percent ia .. ..
Oahu R ot L Co per r ,., , ,,
Oahu Plantation op.
Olaa Plantation 6 p. c
A'alalua Agrlcl 6p e
WHAT HE SAIO.
Mrs Klnslev- The dressmaker says
she won't maKf me another Kown un
less you pay her bill
KliiKley That h Rood of her. Ood
bless her' Life
Rigger How docs your lfo like
that lady who mowd in next door?
Iiiuzcr Oh. all rlRht! She hasn't
as many kowiis ns my wlfo Columbus
(Ohio) State Journal.
Miss (lUshlere Htm torturinc. how
fearful the thought must bo for a
Kreat singer to know she has lost her
Mr I'raclere It's much morn tor-
titling when she doesn't know It. Tit-
'I want to be reasonable," said tho
gentlo little voman.
"Of lourse," replied 'he raean man,
and you would lie If t were not for
"You were born n woman ' -ChlcaRO
WILLARD E. DROWN.
W. A. LOVE. (
Halstead & Co.;
ON SUGAR SECURITIES.
921 Fort Street.
8tock and Bond Exchange.
STOCK AND BOND BROKER,
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANO.E.
Orders for tho purchaso or sale ot
stocks and bonds carofuly and prompt
ly executed. Loans negotiated
Office Room 401, 4th floor, 8Ungerv
wald Bldg. Poitotftce box 390; Tele
phone Main 331.
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