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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.
Each pack cnlalna fit llirco halftone ennravlngs of tlio choic
est vlowa if Honolulu, Hllo and the principal points of 'ntorcst in
tho Islands. Hack design of Knmchnmvha Statue in ro'nv. Edges
In Oold. Double cnn.nal surface, of tlio very best finish Largo In
dexes mako them sultablo for nil enrd games. .Telescope cases stamp
cd In Oold. These cards nro manufactured liy tho United States Play
lng Card Co, who Have, spared no pains In making them the finest
scenic pack of cards over published,
RETAIL PRICE $1.00 PER PACK.
for sale by
WALL, NICHOLS COMPANY, Ltd, I
A beautiful assort
ment now on hand In
With such a fine
stock to choose from
It will bo easy to
make a selection.
HOPP & COMPANY
Lending Furniture Denlero.
CORNER KING AND BETHEL SIS.
nut thoso desiring tho health
foods, as handled by tho Hono
lulu Sanitarium, can obtain them
at our store. Our stock Is com
plete In this lino and o note
the following Sanitarium roods
I ow on hand:
WHOLE WHEAT STICKS
WHOLE WHEAT WAFERS
H. MAY & GO.
22 TELEPHONES 24
NEW BOOKS !
NEW BOOK LIST :
Tho lllghts of Man," by Dr. Lyman
.-'ables for the Fair," by Josephine
Sir Itlchaid Calmady," bj Malch.
"Stephen Callnarl," by Julian Sturgls
French Revolution and Rellgtons"
(Reform), by Sloane.
"Schley and Santiago," by Graham
Korna Gordyecff," by Maxim Gorky.
Volume 1, number 1, of "The ftula
farmer," a modest but newsy llttlo
four page monthly, dated February has
mauo us appearand e it is printed by
tho teachers anil pupils of Kenlnhnu
School, Kuln, Maul, with nu nmateur
plant presumablv furnished b thu
Hoard of Kducatlon Prof C E Copy
land Is principal of the school nl
though his name does not appear in
tho paper, he Is nbly assisted In his
school work by his wife The flrtt Is
sue of "The Farmer ' Is In large Dart
devoted to the menior) of the Father of
His Country. Rules of Conduit, writ
ten by Oeorgo Washington when hu
wns only 13 years old, would make
men and women better If lled u,i to
today. "George Washington's Jour
ney" (across tho Ohio), bj Puntalo and
"A Story About Hcujamln Franklin,
by Ah Sang, nro contributions 'lhe
following news Items are reprinted
Wo hao n large school this year.
The new crop of potatoes Is being
I,. Gregulho hns plowed his orn
The wcnthei this winter lias botti
Voting Nap's Htore has been ilnsed
an . s cooils soM at nuitlnn.
Tho doelor has made several visits
to Kula lately, but no one has died.
Mr Ventura has given up his old
farm and taken another farther ut the
Father James visited our school a
week or two ngo.
Mrs. Copeland now has n large class
In water color painting.
The organ which Mrs. Castle rnvo
our sehool Is a great help to us In our
Tin re are now forty Ave chlldrtn In
the primary loom.
There was heavy wind with some
rain last week.
Colds, coughs and pneumonia aro ton
common Just now.
The weather has been very cold for
a month or two. Tho thermometer
marks less than fifty tlt'grocs almost
TIFFANY NEAR CENTURY MARK,
New York, Feb 16. Charles L. Tif
fany, tho enorable founder of tho fa
moils Jewelry house, was 90 cars old
today On account of his serious 111
11088 there wns no celebration of tho
ovent. cither nt his home or nt the of
fice. As on several past oeeuslons,
howcer, h'ls associates anil employes
remembered tlio- day bj presenting
Tlnnny with a token of their regard
It was a gold loving cup and on it wns
tho following Inscrlptlou:
"Charles L. Tiffany, February 10,
1902. On this the ninetieth annivcr-
sary of jour birth, we, our associates
and cmplo)cs. give ou hearty ex
pression of our affection and esteem
hoping you mny be spaied In the full
enjoyment of health and that InppI
ncss whli h the memory of your long
and useful actiWty and jour great
helpfulness to sn tuanj must glvo ou
Mny your remaining yeirs bo blessed
and llllcd with that 'pcaco which pass
cth all understanding.'"
The gift was accompanied by an u 1
dltlonal greeting on parchment, signed
by 792 employes In different blanches
of tho business.
'iiicse nro only seen of the new
books, but wo liae bovmty times
seven Just as good nnd ns Interesting
J. M. WEBB, .
llookscllci' nnd Stationer.
Our Customers Like Our
Curry Powder I
They orcsutlstled tliut.thc
Ingredients used In Itn
manufacture arc the f Incut
obtainable and that you
will tlitnk ho too when you
LEWIS & GO.
;. LEADING GROCERS. .:
1060 FORT 8TREET.
240 Three Telephones 240.
I Btf E 4fflgj
No More Dread
of the Dental Chair
TEKTH EXTRACTED AND FILLEL
ABSOLUTELY WITHOUT l'AIN bj
our late scientific method applied to th
gums. No sleep-producing agents o
These are the only dental parlors li
Honolulu having PATENTED APPL1
ANCHS and Ingredients to extract. HI
and apply gold crowns and porcelalr,
crowns undectccable fiom natural teotl
and warranted for ten years, WITH
OUT THE LEAST PAIN. All wort
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 flni
us to do exactly as we advertise. W
will tell you In advanoo exactly wtfu
your work will cost nr a FREE EX
Set Teeth ., 65.00
Gold CrownH 8S.0U
Gold Fllllnfiti ,61.00
Silver Fillings SO.
.m PI ATF3
Our name alone will be a guaranty
that your work will be of tho bosL
New York Dental Parlors,
Room 4, Elite Building, Hotel Hire.
LADIKS IN ATTENDANCE
Hours, 8 a, m. to G p. n.
Sundays. 9 a. m. to 12 m.
There is Individuality about ee
glasses tho same as diess. Not every
one ean bo lilted with tho sumo clip
uud spring. Eye-glasses should bo
mado to lit tho face becomingly and
u small featured person needs n small
er lens than one with a broad faeo
Wo fit each Individual, and tako all
necessary caro without piling tho
A. N. SANFORD,
Boston Building, Fort Street
Over May Co.
t ityi Wjui'lf miM
If you cannot find him just look
In at the
HE WILL BE THERE
THE COMMON PEOPLE.
Not they who sit In lonely stnto
rjmpnnopllcil with rule an I p'.vrr
Moro on tho loo of cou.tt-y wait
Tlian thoso who hold a freemnn'i)
Who In fair fellowship iblde
And glo nnd tako In toll ami tiad
Who to tho Government ounllilu
A faithrul trust that knows not fad
Their henrls are fired for homo and
That hope to happiness bo molded:
And savu when sleep tho day's work
Their helping hands nro never told
ThclrB nro tho Hvob plajcd out at
With that unwritten law of nature
Which holds 'tis labor brings Ini-reaso
And not tho rum of Legislature.
They ask no favors of tho laws
Content to fill a useful station
Nor charge tho merely human flaws
To tho mlsrulo of a great nation:
They work, nnd ask for but a chanco;
They lay by store against tho mor
row. They nro themselves tho world's ad
vanco. And leu,, all good a stnte may bor
tow. Not theirs to conquer, that they save,
Nur jet on unknown rights to tram
ple Who sheaths his sword unto tho bravo
Proclaims ihs valor by oxample.
Tho common people rule tho world
Their pood will calls across tho
Their Hag Is Justice novor furled,
Where men to freedom show devo
tion. To till tho soil, to rule tho marts.
That there, bo tlmo and means for
To use invention and the arts
That culturo follow on w ago earning,
This Is tho economic relt,u
Whlen lovo of ntate tl.u bert ex
And from such wealth thu world itlinll
Thnt leisure whlih nil progress
Chnrlos W Stevenson, In thn Spilng
flold (Mo) Dally Republican.
AN HOUR IN THE MORNING
THE SAME HOUR EVERY NiORNING
or aftcrnocn, given to dictation, will
keep your1 correspondence "cleaned
up." Try It a month.
J. D. AYERY, Business Correspondent
Regularltyl Certainty Despatchl
Tel. Main 78. 95:45. Elite Bldg.
OUR HKOSKI.KS HUItli,
The fact that the population of tho
Islands Is so heterogeneous In racial
Hues causes some to tako a gloomy
l" of tho future of Hawaii Experi
ence tus proven often In tbo past that
we ically huvo nothing to fear. The
genius of self government, developed
under the Amcilcan thcoiy of republi
can government will pronuato tho
Islands with virile force, and from tho
vui luiis rurs on the 'slauds will In
time lie developed a strong self reliant
an I unl'cd citizenship, fully qualified
to t ike and wisely hold the lelns of lo
ial government, and at tl.a same tlmo
propei I) direct progress along Indus
LOCAL AND GENERAL
The Bulletin's special industrial edi
tion can be obtained at this office or
the news-stands. Price 25 cents,
Mrs Willis Is back from Maul.
Q II Ilcrrcj's olllco. 8 Campbell bid
'I he Ventura Is due from Sjdne to
Huelo plantation on Maul will begin
grinding on the 15th Inst.
Dr l)erb has lately been v lilting In
Maknwell Elcelc and Nuwlllwlli.
Nicely furnished roomt. Popular
House, 1219 Port St, $1.50 per week up.
Corns and Ingrowing nails removed
without pain by Dr. lloglc, Arlington
Meet mo nt tho I'ountaln tho popu
lar Ico cream and soda water resort;
Wall, Nichols Co, Ltd.
I'rlns, the real estate agent adver
tises In today's paper a hoiiso for rent
nt n very reatonablo flguro See New
Dr Hutchinson has made up Ms
mind to permanently locate at Llhue,
Kauai, where he has opened dental
Charles Mollcno, formerly of Mer
chant street, has reopened his shaving
parlor on King street, opposito Young
Tho Nippon Mnru Is expected from
San Francisco this afternoon., The
freighter HvadcB Is overdue from San
Itourbnn Whiskey, C years old, $3.50;
Claret, CO cents; Sherry and Tokay, 73
cents a gallon at HoRschlncger Co.'s,
Princess Kawananakoa will be at
home tomoirow from 3 to C p. in. No
Invitations have been Issued. The
(Julntet Club will be In attendance.
' II. Sharp and aunt, Mrs, I.ydln
Qunn, lenvo for tho Coast tomorrow.
While in tlio States, Mr. Sharp will
have patented a new keyboard for
pianos which he has invented.
Allan Hutchinson, tho sculptor who
produced a great deal of work In Hono
lulu during n residence of about six
j cars. Is expected to pass through here
In the steamer Ventura tomorrow .
Tom McTlgho Is anxiously awaiting
the arrival of tho steamer from the
Colonies. Ills wife and babies who
have been visiting in Australia for
several months arc returning In the big
It Is reported that last week It rain
ed continuously from Vacsday of last
week until Saturday The plantations
on the (iarden Isle nrc all grinding and
there Is a great deal of sugar ready for
The 1302 Club held Its regular week
1 social anil dance at Elks Hall on
Thursday evening. Nearly all tho
members were present, making It ono
of tho most enjojnlilc socials which
the club has vet had ,
The steamers Ko An Hon, Nllhau
and Kauai of tho Inter-Inland com
pany are weatherbound, tho former at
Koloa nnd tho two latter nt liana-!
maulii Tin Kaunl Is expected to ar-l
rivo heie tomorrow morning, Tho MI-1
knhala brought the above information
The Klnuu reports the following su
gar on Hawaii, awaiting shipment:
Hawaii Mill Co, 4000 bags, Onomca,
3000, Pepcckeo, 2000; Hononui, 12,000;
Hakulnu, 15,000; Papaaloa, 1,000; Ho
nokaa, 2000, Kukulhaele 2900; Puna
luu, 750; Honuapo, 420
After a long wait for her cook, tho
most linpoitant individual aboard :.
ship, the ga&ollnc schooner Malolo got
away for Ilnnalel nnd Kallhlwai about
10 o'clock this morning, the chief of the
eullnnrv department turning up at that
time aftei a little hollda) ashor?
Whin the steamer Mlkahala left Na
wlllwlll tho surf was breaking clear
across the harbor A Lugo part) of
people among them tho Rices, Wll
roxs, John Ena nnil wife II P Bald
win ami the (iu.vs had Intended coming
to thu clt In her but were deterred by
the bad weather at the landing
Local Baptists havo decided that
their numbers nro not sufficient at
the present tlmo for them to branch I
out ns n separate ihurcii incj win
therefore continue to woiship III Cen
trnl Union, as before. However, they
will hold regular Sunday afternoon ser
vlies In tlio parlors of the M. 'J A
watting for a moro favorable tlmo to
effect a iigulai ihurcii organization.
The pupils of the High School will)
give .1 conitrt In tho V M C A hall
on Tin sdav evening nt 8 o'clock. Tho
concert Is midir the direction of Mrs, I
Yiirndhy. the InMiuctnr of n. -ic i."
tho High School, and Is an Invitation
nffnlr as the limited seating rnpirltyl
of tho hall prohibits a public exhlbl I
Hon The parents nnd relatives of tha
pupils will be the ones Invited
Tho regular monthly meeting of thei
Portiigiieso Educational Club was held
nn l'rlday evening last at Its meeting ,
place, on Vineyard street. A pait of.
the piogram for an entertainment'
soon to be given was rehenrped 'I hen
I., R Mcdelros, presldint nnd leader
of the club, gave a very Interesting
reading on the subject of "Public
Speaking." nnd emphasized It to the
satisfaction and approbation of those
The polo game plavcd nt Kaplolaty
Park Saturdn) afternoon wns u vcrj
unsatlnfaitnrj ono ns tTio high wind
nnd generally unpleasant weather
made good plajtng out of the question.
Three teams, tho Reds the Blues and
tho Third team participated. Tho totnl
score for the two periods plavcd be
tween tho Blues and the Third team
was 4 to 'I In favor of thu Third team
while the total score for tho two pe
riods, phi)i-d by the Reds and the
Third team, was I to S In favor of tho
A Shoe of Instant Favor
A Shoe of Quality
A Shoe for Men
A Shoe for Women
Exclusive in Style
Remarkable merit for long service and easy fitting
Wo carry these In gentlemen nnd ladles' stjlcs wo nrc sole
...MclNERNY SHOE STORE...
CLIINTOIN J. HUTCHIIN.S,
LIFE r . ar AX
r vv wy n!v
McINERlNY BLOCK. PORT ST.
Tho entire stock of Iron bed
steads carried by Theo. II. Da
vies Co. has been sold to us
nt far below their wholesale cost
on account of Davles' lack of
facilities for handling these
This stock combined with our
own (which was tho largest on
tho Islands) makes us over
crowded, so wo will hold a spe
cial salo for two weeks, begin
ning Mnrch 1st, in order to re
duce tho stock.
Prices will astonish you.
The Agricultural Scmlua- held i
meeting In Dr Shore 's nflleo nt the
Hoard of Health ofllces Saturday night
Mr Owen was chalimin Dr. Slmuy
prcsintcd tome Interesting facts oi
the results of an anal) sis to determine
the value of tarn (raw and cookidl
and pol John Atistlu gave the results
of some of Ills experiments on fr.ilt
trees and told what might be done lo
Improve thn fruits of tho Iain mis In
his discussion, Mr Shoicy showed that
pol contains, more fatty matte, than
tho turo from which It is miide
MIND READER, HYPNOTI8T
HUMORIST, IN AN ENTER.
TAINMENi OF MIRTH,
MAGIC, MYSTERY AND IL
LUSIONS, A8SISTED BY
Warren tlio young Mormon Wizard,
King of tho Ilandcurrs nnd a company
of Clever Performers.
An Entertainment to Please All..
Clean, Wholesome and Enjovable.
Reserved fceatR now on sale '
I SATURDAY EVENING, MARCH i
Grand Production ot n hcpIch of
IntcrcHtlnti Incident. I
Ancient Hawaiian lllstor.v adapted
lot thn stage by tho
PONOI DRAMATIC COMPANY
to bo presented In Rngllsh by Native
Hawallans A Melodrama in two ucts, i
The Lady of Tho Twilight ,
..Sew Scenes Now Costumes New Songs
A musical interlude by tho compniiy
Landing of Lono and His Death!
Charactors by tho Company
Renllstli Sceneries have been spo
hilly designed nnd painted for both
A COMPLETE SUMMARY
of the News of the week
in the Territory of Hawaii,
you will subscribe for the
OF THE BULLETIN
$1,00 PER ANNUM
mailed to any part of the
UNITED STATESOR CANADA
J. H. FISHER
Stock and Bond Brokcis.
FIRE ASSOCIATION, of PhlUdelphl
WESTERN ASSURANCE CO., of Toronto.
HONOLULU 8T0CK UXCHANGP
Honolulu, March l, tool
NVMt OF STOCK
P-U up f S
Brewer ft Company
MS VictilDO CoL'l
t B. Km fc Co., LU
Ew Plantation Co
Hawaiian Com & Su Co
Hawaiian Suiar Co I
Honomu Sugar Co ,
Honokaa Sugar Co
Haiku Sugar Co
KabuVu Plantation Co
Klpahutu Sugar Co . .
Koloa Sugar Co
0hn Sugar Co . '
Ookala Surar Plan Col
Olaa Su Co Ltl . ail
OlaaSuCo LI r-Iurl I
Olowal i Company
Paauhau Su Plan Co
Pacific Sugar Mill
Pffffkeo Sug.r Co
Plonrrr Mill Co
I'lonerr Mill Co Atxi
Walalua Agn Co
Walmea .Mill Co
Wilder SttamitilB Co
Inier-lilinJ Steam N Co
Hawaiian LWirlc Co
Hon KarlJ T & L Co
Mutual Telerhonf Co
Oatiu Rv & L Co
People i Ice St K t s Co
Flrtl National Hank
Hawaiian Gov $ per cent
Hllo MR Co 6 percent
Hon RapU Trantll
Fwa Plantat n 6 per cent
uanu K l. CO pe r c
Oahu Plantation 6p e
Olaa Plantation 6 p, e
Walalua Acrkul 1(1
1 OOO.OOOI tOO
Dividends V Uiovver & Co, 1 per
cent; 12wn 1 per cent, Kahukii 1 per
cent, Oahu 1 2 per tent, Walnianatn
3 per cent, Hawaiian IJIectrlc Com
pany. 1-2 per cent. Mutual Telr-phono
Company 2 12 per cent
ritniGiiTEi: luulka arriviih.
After a stormy trip of nlnetccnl da i
from Scnttli tho Globe Navigation
Companv's freighter Kureka arrived In
port at noon esterda One of her
men fell down a hatch diirlni; the trip,
severely bruising hlniBelf The first
mnte also met with an accident, sprain
ing both wrists Another member ot
the crevv lost n finger as the result ot
getting It jammcdilurlng the rolling ol
The Rurcka brought about 3000 tons
1 of freight. Including COO tons of coal
I and a quant It j of beer
WILLARD E. UROWN.
W. A. LOVE.
Halstead & Coi;
ON SUGAR SECURITIES.
921 Fort Street.
Stock and Bond Exchange.
General bookbinding, ruling, gliding
embossing, maps, charts and artistic
printing nt tho EVENINO UULHSTIfv
STOCK AND BOND BROKER,
HONOLULU 8TOCK EXCHANGE.
Orders for tho purchaso or salo ot
stocks nnd bonds carofuly nnd prompt,
ly exocutcd. Loans negotiated
Office Room 401, 4th floor, SUnnen
wald Bldg. Postotfice box 390; Tele
phone Main 331.
In White, Black
and : Colors : at
E. W. JORDAN
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