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UVENINO liOLLETIN, HONOLULU, 11. T., TUESDAY, MAItCII i, 1302.
The Hawaiian Souvenir Playing
THEY ARE HEBE $f
Appropriate as prizes for card names,
ciuu iciAiivca in Qisiani parf3.
Each rack contains fltlliieo halftone engravings of the clio.c
est views if Honolulu, Jlllo ami the principal points of interest in
the Islands. Hack tlcRlgn of Kamehamcha Statue In color. Edges
In Oold. Double onamnl surface, of the very host Hnlsh Large In
doxes moko them suitable for nil card games Telescope cases stamp
cd In Oold Thcso cards are manufactured by the United States Play
ing Card Co, who llavo spared no pains In malting them the finest
scenic pack of cards over published.
RETAIL PRICE $1.00 PER PACK.
Sk'"- WALL, NICHOLS COMPANY, Ltd, lT,ni
TF isstT i ii ii iy
HOPP & COMPANY
Leading Furniture Dealers.
CORNER KING AND BETHEL SIS,
Dut those, desiring the health
foods, an handled by tho Hono
lulu Sanitarium, can obtain them
at our store. Our stock Is com
plete In this lino and we r.oto
the following Sanitarium Foods
i ow on hand:
WHOLE WHEAT STICKS
WHOLE WHEAT WAFERS
H, MAY & CO,
22 TELEPHONES 24
Our Customers Like Our
Curry Powder !
They nrcMutlnlIcel thnt the
Ingredient! used In Ittt
manufacture arc the f incut
obtainable and that you
will think ho too when jou
LEWIS & CO.
:. LEADING GROC&R8. .:
1060 FORT STREET.
240Three Telephones 240.
There Is Individuality about ojo
glussua the samo as dress Not every
ono can bo fitted with the samo clip
and soring. Kyo-glasses should bo
made to lit thu face becomingly and
a binall featured person needs a small
er lens than ono with a broad face
Wo fit euch Individual, and take all
necessary euro without piling the
A. N. SANFORD,
Boston Building. Fort Street
Over May A. Co.
THEY ARE BEAUTIES
Suitable as gifts to friends
A beautiful assort
ment now on hand In
With such a fine
stock to choose from
It will be easy to
make a selection.
NEW BOOKS !
NEW BOOK LIST :
"Tho Rights of Man," by Dr. Lyman
i-'ables for tho Fair," by Josephine
"Sir Richard Calmady," by Mnlch.
"Stephen Callnarl," by Julian Sturgls.
"French Revolution and Religions"
(Reform), by Sloane.
'Schley and Santiago," by Graham
Forna Goriljccff," by Maxim Gorky.
', n.an nr. milv cm nn tt Ihrt nnn,
lmnlrtt lint w,i liftvn BAVftitv flmna
seven Just as hood and as Interesting.
J. M. WEBB,
Bookseller nnil Stationer.
No More Dread
" e Dental Chair
TEETH EXTRACTED AND FILLED
ABSOLUTELY WITHOUT PAIN bj
our lata scientific method applied to the
gums. No sleep-producing agents oi
Theso are the only dental parlors Ii
Honolulu having PATENTED APPLI
ANOES and ingredients to extract, fill
and apply gold crowns and porcelain
crowns undectccablo fiom natural teeth
and warranted for ten years, WITH
OUT THE LEAST PAIN. All wori
dene by QRADUATED DENTISTS ol
from 12 to 20 years' experience, an'
each department In charge of a Special
1st Olvo us a call, and you will find
us to do exactly as we advertise. W
will tell you In advamo exactly what
your work will cost ny a FllEE EX
Set Teeth S5.00
Gold Crowns 85.00
Gold Flllinn $1.00
Silver Fillings SOc
Our name alone will be a guarantee
that your work will be of the best.
New York Dental Parlors,
Room 4, Elite Building, Hotel Street
LADIES IN ATTENDANCE
Hours, 8 a, m. to 6 p. n.
Sundays, 9 a. m. to 12 m.
If you cannot find him just look
In at the
HE WILL BE THERE
AN HOUR INTHE MORNING
THE 8AME HOUR EVERY IwORNING
or afternoon, given to dictation, will
keep your correspondence "cleaned
up." Try It a month.
J. D. AVERY, Business Correspondent
Regularity! Certainty Despatchl
Tel. Main 76. 96145. Elite Bldg.
Id ON MICH HI
The announcement bs W 11 Adams
thnt Mndimo Oenern Johnstone Dish
op is to Bine In tile Opera House (Hi
tho night or Mcmdnv March In comes
as a rirt In the iloiids that overhang
i.onolulu today There Ins been dls
npolntmcnt on all hnnds ever since
tho acrldent to Madame 111 simp be
cause It was thought she would be
unable to sing so that the announce
ment today Is a most welcome one
Ever) one who Ins over followed the
doings In the musical world In Amer
lea and Kurope knows Just what Mad
amo Illshop can do The announce
ment hns been imde and the people ol
Honolulu will do the rest If anxious
Inquiries as to thw possibility of a eon
cert by Madame Illshop ore to be tak
en as n criterion bv which to Judge,
the Opera House will be pat Iced on tho
night of March in
Madame Bishop s program has nl
ready been arranged most catcfullv to
suit the excellent taste of the people of
Honolulu Included lu It ntc the
Waltz Song" of Ardltl and the scene
and aria fiom "Faust" ( "Jewel Song")
Madame Illshop will also sing n Ha
wail a n song written 1 Queen I.llluo
kalanl and presented to her b) thu
royal lady herself
It Is understood thnt the renowned
orntorio singer will ghe one erse ot
"Tho Star Spangled Ilauner" nt tho
nd of tho program No woman In the
United States has ever stirred tho
hearts of patriotic Americans to such
n degree a Mndame Illshop In br
.UfllHI. .. l.t B.H .. I... ...I I.. .It
riiihiiiH "I linn riiun nu uii.-ii ijj ml
who claim tho protection of thn
Stars and Stripes.
Madame Illshop will be assisted by
Miss Carrie Castle, piano nnd I'rof.
J. II. Ammo, violin. Mrs Whitney
will he tho accompanist. Thu scats
will soon be on sale nt the Wall,
Nichols Company. Madame Illshop
has been extremely considerate In the
matter of prices, having fixed reserved
seats at ono dollar and the gallery
sents at fifty cents. In placing the
latter within the reach of nil tho lady
has had In mind the American soldiers
new In tho city.
I'rof W i: Sliarp the musician
Rites for the States In the Ventura
on his wny to Washington to complete
tno patenting or nn attachment for the
piano nnd other musical Instruments
which will enable n performer to play
In nny key on the Instruments without
changing his fingering Tho Invention
has been In progress of perfection for
several years and since coming to Ho
nolulu, I'rof. Sharp has had more op
portunity to work on It tuun hu had on
Tho Intention Is thought b) several
who hate si en It to mean fame and
fortune for the Inventor of It, and
within n short time n piano with the
attachment will be on exhibition here
It may be attached to an old piano but
In the work of building new pianos
only the alteration of the regular plans
will hate to bo made. The alteration
Is so slight nnd the adtantngo of tho
attachment so great that It Is thought
manufacturers of pianos nil otor thu
world will ho glad to mnko arrange
ini.ntK for thu use of tho patent,
CUNNING TilU HYPNOTIST.
The Inclement weather kept a great
many people from tho Orpheum last
night, but them was still a good at
tendance and the entire nuillcnce was
Winn Cunning tailed for hypnotic
subjects, inativ responded but tho
hypnotist noticed a colored mnn occu
p)ing one or tho bacTc seats, who had
proved a veiy good subject on pie
violin occasions, did not eomu forward.
Cunning gave the man a special luvl
tatlun which was not accepted, and,
furthermore, proceeded to Icavu the
theater hut was halted by tho hvpno
tist who asked him for a moment h
talk, then miulo a motion townrd Ills
pocki t and began to show him a num
ber of shoe laics.
Although tho inccs were not there,
the subject soon began to see them
and finally when Cunning transformed
tho luces into a rope and lassoed his
subject, hu found no difficulty In draw,
lng him onto the stage by going
through thu motion of hauling on the
Tonight will be the last of Cunning's
senson nt tho Orpheum, unless ho nc
tepts n guarantee from prominent Chi
nese to play an engagement nt the Chi
nese theater, in which event he may
give (me or two other entertainments
at tin Orphoum.
8.Y1ALL-P0X IN IOWA.
The Bulletin Is permitted to quote
from a private letter Just received
from Des Molues, tho following
'Smallpox' Say, wu aro right In It.
The opera houses, churches and eol
leges urn cloned Indefinitely; our po
lice department is nbout doubled, nud
Mill the disease spieadH In two davs
7f,0 persons hnve been vaccinated by
the tit) doctors Ono doctor lure Is
giving nn internal remedy samo as
vaccination In effect. Ho gets tho
germs Into thu circulation through the
stomach That method seems as sat
isfactory as thu old; It makes scmo
people beastly sick, though. I think
tno disease will be stamped out before
next winter, It eertnlnly will (pilot
down In hut weather."
Y. M C. A. NOTES.
A meeting of the board of llrcctora
of tho Y. M. C. A. was bold last night
In the rooms of the association. Tlilr
t t n new members w ere admitted Tho
receipt of fifty old books for the Y M
C A. library from Mrs. N. E. Hen
drlckB was acknowledged and also the
receipt of various sums of money,
some of them from quite unexpected
fcourccs The bulk of tho 2r,00 Is ns
yet to be raised It was decided thnt
another meeting should bo called at
the mil qf tho month to plan foi the
Dr. Ilogle, the chiropodist hid n
most pleasant linuw warming at hU
new olUces In tho Oregon block last
evening Dr Ilogle has Just moved
from hln former location In the Ar
lington Annex to larger und more com
modious quarters In the Oregon block,
on Hotel street next to the Elite building
LOCAL AND GENERAL
The Bulletin's special Industrial edl
Hon can be obtained at this office or
the newsstands. Price 25 cents.
New York, Feb 21 Sugar -Haw
film fair refining. 3 1 Ve, tentrlfuK.il
'.Hi ti st 3 5 Sc , molasses BUgar .' 7 si
ri fluid firm
A notlri to creditors of the i tnt
Finnic Drown nppenrs In this Issue
Nicely furnished roonn Popular
House, 1219 Fort St., f 1.G0 per week up.
Comes & McTighc, successors to Ca
rrara & Co , liquor dealers, 93 King st.
On Saturday nt his salesrooms .las
1'. Morgan will sell a line large driving
Notice to creditors of the Estate of
Archibald (lllflllan appears under New
The annual meeting of the Hawaiian
Jockey Club was postponed until next
Judge lMco mndo n citizen of Mux
Ucdcmlt subject of Ocrmnuv but n
sergeant In thu Uni.-- States Amo
The band will glvo n concert In the
drill shcil this nlternonn h way of
entertaining the soldiers stntloncd
Bourbon Whiskey, C years old, $3 SO:
Claret, GO cents; Slicny and Tokay, To
cents a gallon at Hoffschlaegcr Co.'s
A gospel song service will bo given
the soldiers who are camping en the
parade ground It will take place this
evening In the drill shed
On Frldav, March 7 Jas F Morgan
will auction a large assortment of fur
nishing goods The sale will be welt
worth attending See ad.
Th epostponed annual meeting of the
Wnlnnao company will he held on
Monday next at the office of J M Dow
sett, Merchant street.'
Captain Smiley nnd three or four
other officers of tho trnnsport Warren
hate decided to mnko a trip to the
Volcano. Tluy will sail In tho Kluau
Ilaby pictures are the specialty ot
Hlcc & Perkins You should have the
children's protos taken now. A hand
some dlsplat Is shown nt the entrance.
The annual meeting of the Pacific
Tennis Club will he held Saturdny
March 8, at 1 31 p ni , In the club
house, corner King and Illchauls
For the accommodation of visiting
business men nnd otlurs wishing
shorthand or Dpcwrltlug done Miss
Noble ban opemd nn olllce nt the Ha I
The reception of Princess Knwnnn
nakoa will take place this afternoon i
notwithstanding tho weather There
will undoubtedly be a large number of
peole In attendance. j
It is reported that laborers nn the '
Kona Sugar Companv'n plantation
have threat) ncd to burn the propcrt) i
of the corporation If they arc not paid
their hack wages pretty soon.
At tho meeting of the Territorial!
committee of the Republican party lust
night, th resignation of J. H. Coney
ns a member from Kntml was accepted ,
nnd J. I) Wlllard appointed In his
Parties desiring rooms nt the beach
should communicate with tho Waiklkl
Inn. Arrangements can bo made (or
rooms In rottages or muln house, with
or without board All the comforts of
Last night a large nlgcroba treo on
Magazine stret wns turened over by the
wind The trio which wns torn up
by tho roots fell Into ttio raid, com
plctclv blocking It nnd earning nun
the telephone wires ns it fell
The Y M 0 A offers the sugges
tion that piople give the soldiers their
Snn Francisco tiles when thej hnve
read them If thej nro delivered nt
the Y M C A the association will sco
to It that the) nrc forwnrded to the
Mrs llcrilnger, mother of Fred W.
Ilcrilnger. nxslstant appraiser of tho
Custom llousi, arrived In tho Nippon
Mam from San Tranclsco last nlvhl
and will stay over In Honoliilujo visit
her son before proceeding on a trip to
Leaving weather out of the question,
the Sonoma will bo at least tvvolvu
hours lato In arriving from San
Francisco Sho wns scheduled to sail
for Honolulu at 10 a m of tho 27th
of February, ihursdny, but tho local
acents, Win (I Irwin &'Co, received
word by the Nippon M irit that tho
Ilrltlsh mall would not arrive in San
Francisco from Now York until lato In
tho etenlng of tho 27th. As tho Sono
ma waits for tho mall, ulio will ho htat
much lato In getting away Sho may
be looked for therefore, tomorrow
night at tho earliest
Thu Vint urn, from Svdnoy, was duo
this morning Shu Is likely to ho held
back by tho strong northeast galo for
man hours jet.
Colonel Georgei W. Macfurlane telo
phones from his mother's residence,
Waiklkl this aftornoon that advlies
bavo been received of the arrival ot
his late brother Edward s rcmalnH nt
Snn Francisco. They will bo brought
to Honolulu In tho next Alameda no
rompanled by the widow and rnd W
This morning all of thn brothe-s of
thu deceased in town, together with
Mrs (ieo W Macfarlanu and Dr
Mays, broke tho news to tho mother
Sho was completely prostrated
Thu dcci'osid was born October X
1849, hi nco wns in his lid yi nr at
All Irishmen now in Honolulu nre
rmtiPKtPil in meet thlu ,enfnir to
made preparations foi tlu celebration
of St Patrick's Day The meeting lt
to lie field at tho hall of the Honolulu
Athletic Club, Alnkea street aboy
Remarkable merit for long
Wo carry these In gentlemen
agents . , .
CLINTON J. HUTCHINS,
Mr V w
mnrr 1l d Mbm . 1 . to
krt!onMt (I i M
McllNERlNY BLOCK. PORT ST.
The entire stock of Iron lied
steadB carried by Theo. II Da
tics & Co. has been sold to 111
nt far below their wholesale cost
on ni count of D.ivies' lack of
facilities for handling these
This stock combined with our
own (which was the largest on
the Islands) makes us over
crowded, so we will hold a spe
cial salo for two weeks, begin
ning Mnrch 1st, In order to re
duce tho stock.
Prices will astonish you.
MIND READER, HYPN0TI8T
HUMORIST, IN AN ENTER
TAINMENl OF MIRTH,
MAGIC, MY8TERY AND IL
LUSION8, A33I8TED BY
Warren tho young Mormon Wizard,
King of tho Handcuffs and a company
of plover I'crformers.
An Entertainment to Please All.
Clean, Wholesome and Enjoyable.
Reserved seats now on sale.
SATURDAY EVENIN6, MARCH
Grand Production ot n erlc ol
Ancient Hawaiian History adapted
for thn stage by tho
PONOI DRAMATIC COMPANY
to lii) presented in English by Native
Hawaiian. A Melodrama In two acts,
The Lady of The Twilight
New Scenes New Costumes New Songs
A musical Interlude by the company
Landing of Lono and His Death
Characters by the Company
Realistic Rcenerlea have been spe
cially designed and painted for both
A Shoe of Instant Favor
A Shoe of Quality
A Shoe for Men
A Shoe for Women
Exclusive in Style
service nn'd easy fitting
and ladles' stiles we ore solo
(Continued from page 1 )
been taken off nnd replanted, prebent
lng now nn ideal nspect of cane night
new reservoirs have been constructed
N'lght Irrigation Is an evil of the past
Twenty miles of railroad have been
consiructeii The average jfeld per
ncre has Increased and will Increase
"The two large pumps Imported from
flermanj. hate been erected nnd aro In
splendid working order. The so pumps
throw moie water than was contracted
The manager's report slates that the
grinding of the crop of 1900-1901 was
finished In May, 1901, resulting In a
total of G.1K8 tons of sugar, or about
one-half whnt was to bo expected Im
provements had cost about (640,000
The crop now being harvested will
leld 10.000 tons About 1800 acre
will bo planted this year. The crop nt
1901 should show n considerable in
crease over 1901 The plantation Is In
I excellent order
The treasurer h report showed the
following Operating expenses for pc
rlod from October 1, 1900 to December
31. 1901, $912.90109 expenditures for
permanent Improvements for same pe-
I rlod, $010 5" 12, earnings, same pe
rlod, J19J.292 O'l trlil uilnncc nftir
closing books on December II 1901
(tetioureis) M 791.0I.0 80
PRICE OP HIS WIPIi.
A Japanese eallrd at tho police sta
tion this forenoon and asked that n
warrant be Issued for the arrest of a
countrmnn of his who was supposed
to have run away with his wife The
clerk In the deputy sheriff's office nsk
ed tho Japanese how much he valued
his wifo at nnd tho fellow hesitated
for an Instant. The clerk then asked
If a hundred dollars would do is nn
estimate and tho Japanese again In
dulged In a moment of thought A
brilliant Inspiration took possession of
him and he said: "Not ono hundred
dollars. Not so much as hundred dol
lars." He had mado his calculatlot c
and hail arrived at an estimate.
In White, Black
and : Colors : at
J. H. FISHER
Stock and Bond Brokers.
FIRE ASSOCIATION, of Philadelphia
WESTERN ASSURANCE CO, of Tu
Offices Stangenwald Bldg, M3
lucauaj, maiwi tiiii iau, g
lu.du a. m,
The Board adjourns for the
day out of respect to the mem
ory of fhe late E. C. Macfarlane.
JAS. T. MORGAN,
J. R. GALT,
All On to Knuiil.
It ln been decided bj th' polli n i
thorltirs to send Ah On the Chl-tevi
detective to Hnnnpcpe Kinil to
link" Investigations In the mvir nf
th eleetr of the Chln.imin w'i bode
wns foi no In the cancfield near the
planta Id on Saturday lift Ah On
s tciy cietcr In the matter if tr.i !;
i f Chinese criminals and U th. very
h"fct lean tint the police 1.1 t'-orities
could I ivslbl) hato plckel i m- Ho
will Mav on Kauai ns long as hi thinks
iiteimirj and will work In cent uietlon
with the police, there. It s th' opin
ion of the police that ciookel work
In iirt.ii done nnd not a stone will bo '
let uriurned In the lnvistl:;it i
The weekly edition of the Evenlnfj
Bulletin is the largest and best pub
lished in the Territory. Sixteen and
twenty pages. $1 a year.
WILLARD n. BIIOWN.
W. A. LOVE.
FIIANK HALSTEAD. l
Halstead & Co;;
ON SUGAR SECURITIES.
921 Fort Street.
Stock and Bond Exchange.
STOCK AND BOND BROKER.
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE.
Orders for the purchase or sale ot
stocks and bonds carofuly and prompt
ly executed. Loans negotiated
Office Room 401, 4th floor, Stangen
wald Bldg. Postofflce box 390; Tele
phone Main 331.