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UVENINO 1I0LLETIN, UOMOMJMVH. T., WEDNESDAY, MARCH 3. 1902.
The Hawaiian Souvenir Playing
THEY ARE HERE fa THEY ARE BEAUTIES
Appropriate as prizes for card games. Suitable as rjlfts to friends
and relatives In distant par.
Each r&Ht c ntalns fit. three hair tone engravings of tho cho.c
tfct tIpwh if Honolulu, Illlo ami tin principal points of 'nterest n
tlio Islands. Hack design of Kamlhameha Statue In co'iiv Edges
In Gold. Double cna.nl tirfiiee. of the ery best finish. Large In
doxes make them sultablo for nil card games. Telescope cases stamp
ed In Gold. Thcso cards nro manufBctnrcd by tlio United Stntcs Play
ing Card Co, who Have spared no pains In malting them the finest
scenic pack of cards ever published.
RETAIL PRICE $1.00 PER PACK.
Kit;"" WALL, NICHOLS COMPANY, Lid, i'srffi
Our showing of rugs Is morn elegant than ever before and you will
not fall to find patterns and tiualltlcs to your entire eatlsfn' Hon
Round Top Dining Tables
Our Block of these win most surely please you nnil we have rhalrs
to match. Trices for everybody In accordance with the flnUh nnd
Enameled Iron Beds
None can show a larger or better stock and OUR PRICES CAN
NOT DE BEAT. Come and see before bu)lng elsewhere
J. HOPP & COMPANY S
Leading Furniture Dcnlcrs. W
CORNER KING AND BETHEL STS,
But those desiring the hcaUh
foods, as handled by tho Hono
lulu Sanitarium, can obtain them
at our store. Our stock Is com
plcto In this lino and wo note
tho following Sanitarium Foods
I ow on hand:
WHOLE WHEAT STICKS
WHOLE WHEAT WAFERS
H. MAY & GO.
Our Customers Like Our
Gurry Powder !
They urc satisfied that the
Ingredients used In its
manufacture arc the finest
obtainable und that you
will think so tot when you
LEWIS & GO.
:. LEADING GROCERS. .:
1060 FORT STREET.
240 Three Telephones 240.
Tlieie H Individuality about eje
Slashes the baine us dress Not every
ono can be fitted with the same clip
and spring. Eye-glasses should be
made to III tho fuco becomingly and
a small featured person needs a small
er lens than ono with a broad faco
Wo fit each Individual, and tako all
ueccbsary euro without piling the
A. N. SANFORD,
Boston Dulldlng, Fort Street
Over May & Co.
1 !! miSiI
NEW BOOKS !
NEW BOOK LIST ;
'The Rights of Man," by Dr. Lyman
tables for the Fair," by Josephine
"Sir Richard Cnlmady." by Maleh.
"Stephen Callnarl," by Julian Sturgls
"French Reoltitlon and Religions"
(Reform), by Sloane.
""Schley and Santiago," by Graham
"Forna Oordjeeff," by Maxim Gorky.
'nieso aro only seven of tho new
books, but wo have seventy times
seven Just as good nnd as Interesting.
J. M. WEBB,
IIooliHclIci" nnd Stationer.
No More Dread
of the Dental Chair
TEETH EXTRACTED AND FILLED
ABSOLUTELY WITHOUT PAIN b)
our Into scientific method applied to the
gums. No sleep-producing agents oi
Tbeso are the only dental parlors Ir,
Honolulu having PATENTED APPLI
ANCES and Ingredients to extract, fill
and apply gold crowns and porcelain
crowns undectecable from natural teeth
and warranted for ton years, WITH
OUT THE LEAST PAIN. All work
dene by GRADUATED DENTISTS of
from 12 to 20 years' experience, anr
each department In charge ot a Special
1st. Give us a. call, and you will And
us to do exactly as wc advertise. We
will tell you In advanco exactly what
your work will cost oy a FREE EX
AMINATION. Set Teeth 6B.O0
Gold Crowns $5.00
Gold Filling $1.00
Silver Fillings SOc
Our name alone will be a guarantee
that your work will be of tho best.
New York Dental Parlors.
Room 4, Elite Dulldlng, Hotel eUrnei
LADIES IN ATTENDANCE
Hours, 8 n. m. to 6 p. ta.
Sundays. 9 a. in. to 12 m.
If you cannot find him just look
in at tho
HE WILL BE THERE
AN HOUR IN THE MORNING
THE 8AME HOUR EVERY MORNING
or afternoon, given to dictation, will
keep your correspondence "cleaned
up," Try It a month.
J. D. AYERY, Business Correspondpnt
Regutarltyl Certainty Despatch!
Tel. Main 76. 93:45. Elite Bldg.
V m t HSMrW Jfek.
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ATHLETES IN llli
fOR BIG BOYS' BRIGADE
FIELD DAY THIS MONTH
Honolulu Athletic Club Already In
Good Trim-Maile-Ilimas May
Have To Stay
The various athletic bodies In town
aro at present getting their men down
In good training for the various events
of tho Ilojs' llrlgade field day which Is
to take place at the end ot this month.
The Honolulu Athletic Club athletes
began training on Tuesday of last
week. This club cpec!i to enter men
for alt of tne events, und as It has
seme pretty good matetlal to choose
from It will possibly pull out a nice
portion of the honors. Among the ath
letes training at present for these
events are David Dnyltin, A Mainse,
V. C Crook Jr. Frank Kanae. Albeit
Cunha and Henry Crockett, nil for the
shotput or the hammer throw or both.
Al. Moore nnd John Hansman are both
trnlnlng for the 100-yard dash, while
Ensue, J Williams nnd Harry Honnn
aro trying for the 100-yard dash and
tho hurdles. Henry Williams, It. Kin
ney, Herbert Melton A)rc and Chos
Cooper will go In for the longdistance
runs, Cooper nnd K. Klnne) also try
ing for the broad Jump There will
probably be otners to enter In the flcm
The Y. M. C. A nthlclos have also
gone Into training nnd hae been work
ing during the past week to put them
selves In shape to pull down some ot
tho honors on the field day. Tho fol
lowing men are training at present:
For the sprints. It. S. I'lerson. W. i:.
Kerr, It. J. Allen, A, 12. I.utz and
Tom Evans; for the pole vault. It. S.
t'lerson anil James I.alng, for the shot
put, W. A Ham and F. 1, Hatch, and
for the high Jump, Herman Mleth.
Physical Director Fred. Young hopes
tbnt still quite a number of men will
start training so that on the field day
there will be a team teady which will
bo able to make a creditable showing
for the Y M. C. A.
With the Mnlle Illmas things are
not progressing quite as satisfactorily
und It Is probable that this lub will
ttny out of tho competition altogether.
ThlH Is not because' of the lack of
available material for a team. It has
been found that a number of the best
men of the club will be tumble to go
Into training on account of their work
Ing hours, which Interfere with train
As It Is. n number of the Malte-Ul
ma athletes are training by them
selves for tho different events but thn
training ns n bod) will not begin be
fore n decision has been reacned by
the directors of the club ns to whether
the club will enter a track team or not.
The Kamchamcha, St Louis College,
I'unnhou and other teams which aro
going to enter In the competition, aro
nil said to be getting along well and
to bo practicing some, so that tho out
look for a lino set of athletes nnd nu
merous entries for all the events of thn
field clay can now be said to be very
A NUT OF (ID IfiK
Seats for the conceit to be given by
Mudnme (Icnevra JohnHtone-iiishop in
the Opera Mouse Monday night next
were place on sale at the Willi, Nlch.
ols Company store today and ttlrcadv
a large number have been sold It
should be remembered mat tho seuts
are one dollar lor the lower part ot
tne house nnd half the price for up
The muiie loving public Of Honolulu
Is given n chance that comes but sel
dom and no one who really cares for
good mut,lc should lull to lie present at
the conceit Monday nigtit,
London is said to be one of tho most
critical cities on the fate of the earth
when it Is a question ot music, ho that
the following notice means a very
giont deal "Mine. Genevrn John-Htonc-lllshop's
appearance at St.
James' hall last night took tho form
of nu ovation. She was obliged to re
spond to encore nfter encore. Since
wu have had no ono slnco Parepa Ro
sa's time to take her place lu oratorio
and lyric work, it Is veiy much to be
hoped that Mine. Hishop may be In
duied to mako London her home.
'I nere Is certainly a great field for lief
here"- London limes.
Sou Francisco Is ono of tho cities
in the United States where tho very
In rt muHlcians of tho Mainland are
heard, and this Is what ono of the pa
nels there have to hay about Madame
"Madame Hishop has met with an
ovation Everywhere, and tho Sau
I'innc Isco critics nio of tho unanimous
opinion that her equal hns not been
henrd upon tb Coast since Mine.
Paul's last visit " San Frnn Istu
Cunning Is enabled to give ono more
performance at the Orpheiim owing to
the delay In the arrival of the Hono
tmi. which Is to curry him to the Colo
Cunning has been getting more pop
tilni ench performance, nnd It Is only
the Inclcnuncy of the weather that has
kept him Horn drawing crowded
His piestldlgitntlou Is ot the highest
iharactei, while the exhibition of hyp
notism given nt the conclusion ot the
entertulnment Is of a most ludicrous
nnd amusing ever seen in this city.
Tonight will positively bo the last
opportunity of seeing this gieat show.
Ni:.I. In I'ope Valley Nnp.i Co, Cal..
I'cbruury 11, 190.', after a long and
painful lllness1 Mr. Nlchoolas Nenl
foimerl) an old resident of Honolulu,
passed nwny nt the home of his
daughter, Mis. (Jeoige Svveltzer, aged
A I.. Moirls and T. W. I'.itcin, the
oung men who are going on a lec
turing trip thiough the Mainland,
liuve lu tbo Ventura this afternoon.
Their many friends In tho city wish
them all kluds of luck In their enter-prffce.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
The Bulletin's special Industrial edi
tion ean be obtained at this office or
the newsstands. Price 25 cents.
Q II Ilerrey's offlce, S Campbell hi 1
Hon II p. llaldvvlu returned hum
Kuu.it this morning.
The Sonoma, fiom San rrnmin
mav make poit tonight.
Mrs. H II. Wodchonse leave for
Maul this afternoon In tho Claudim-
Nlccly furnished rooms, Popular
House, 1213 Fort St., $1.50 per week up.
Gomes & McTlgho, successors to Ca
rrara & Co., liquor dealers, OS King St.
Steamship Ventura sails from the
Oceanic wharf for San Francisco nl
Inspector llnsson najs llllo Is una;
ahead of Honolulu In up to date elec
A list of the newly clecfed offliers oi
the Pioneer Mill Co. appears under
New Todaj .
A modern 7-room house to let on
Fort street, near Vlne)urd. See ad In
Senator and Mrs. II. P. ll.ilduln arc
booked to lenve for their home In Maul
There will be a meeting of the Hoard
of Health nt the usual time nnd place
Mrs. George It. Carter leaves In the
Ventura this afternoon to Join hot
husband In the cast.
llnokkeepor having spire evenings
wants n set of books to keep, Sco
Wnnts in today's paper.
The Henlanl Club Is making arrange
ments for a 13 knot coaching launch to
be used during training season.
E, O. Hall & Son are sole agents for
the celebrated Yale & Towne builder's
harwarc. Their stock Is complete.
Mortgagee's notice of Intention to
foreclose mortgage and qf sale, appears
In this Issue. Will K, Fisher, auction
eer. The adjourned annual meeting of the
O. It. & L. Co. will be held on Frldav
afternoon next at a quarter to two
Uourbon Whiskey, 6 years old, (3 BO;
Claret, CO ccnlsj Sherry nnd Tokay, 75
cents n gallon at Horfschlacgcr Co 's.
Drink habit can bo cured lurrctly
without drinker's knowledge b the
use of the White Million Remedy Seo
ad In today's Issue.
An English stowaway nbonid the
Ventura Is now In tne uistod) of the
police mid will be sent back to Aus
tralia In the Sonoma.
Tho Right Reverend Dr. Jenner nnd
wife arrived rrom the Colonies In the
Ventura this morning to make an ex
tended stay In Honolulu.
Treasurer Wrlgnt hns not et reach
ed a conclusion regarding the applkn
tion of the brewery cainpuii) for a
general llipuu cbatei's license
One dollar Invested In a pair ot rub
bers at the Manufacturers Shoe Co.
will save many more In doctor bills
and enforced absence from business.
Superintendent of Public Works
Doyd Is gratllled to llnd that the storm
ditches are working satisfactorily In
the present stormy season to keep the
streets from Hooding.
Dr. Knapp was a visitor at the town
office of the Federal Experiment Sta
tion this morning. Among others the
agricultural explorer of the Depart
ment met there was llvroit U. Clark
of the Wahlawa farming colony.
The passenger lists for the various
Island steamers today uie not ut nil
large. A great many people nro being
detained In the city on in count of tin;
rough weather and the possibility ol
extremely b.ul trips to their various
Captain W. C Cannon. U S. A., of
tho transport Warren has tent out In
vitations to people in the city to be
present ut an Informal reception
aboard ship tomorrow night The army
and ship's olllcers will be the hosts at
Tho Mothers and Teachers" Club will
meet Friday ut 3 p. m. In tho Punahou
Preparatory School. "Psychological
Value of Collections" by Mrs. Edgard
Wood and "Soclnl Work" by Miss Al
lie M. Felker, will he the papers pre
sented nt tho meeting,
A little bouse back of tho Hcalant
boat house, In which Artist Thompson
has been doing some work for tho
bishop Museum, was this morning
blown from Its foundations nnd landed
In tho road. Tho wind In that neigh
borhood has been terrific and Uttlo
vaclits and small bouts have suffered
Wm Mann, n native, aprcarcd In tho
Police Court this forenoon on the
charge of malicious injury The case
went over until Friday Mana Is
chnrged with tho awful crime ot
smashing another man's hut Tho at
torney who represented Mana would
not waive examination, stating that h
might II up the whole thing on tho
outside. Judgo Wilcox suggested thai
about the only fixing up would be be
tween the attorney nnd his client.
80LDICRS TO I'LAV HALL.
This morning the captain nnd man
ager of the Fifteenth Infantry team,
now stutloned on tho drill shed
grounds, called at thn pollen station
and challenged the Honolulu Athletic
Club to a game of basebnll thiough
Deputy Kherilt Chilllngworth, the
president of tho organization. Tho
challenge was at once accepted and
tho gninu will be played on the Makikl
grounds Saturday afternoon, weather
permitting. The soldiers are good
players and expect to do a great many
things to the local team The person
nel of their team Is as follows Hunt
Ing, pitcher, Company K. Mm ray,
catcher. Company V. Maxwell, first
base, Comp any H, Yorston, second
base, Company K, Sailer third ImBe.
Company K (ex pitcher of the Ninth
Infantry team). Cross, shoit stop,
Compnny K; Walsh, right field. Com
Ptnv V, I.eninv, center field Compnny
V. and Knlgge, left field. Ce-mpnny P.
Tho local team has not jet been chos
on. Tho manncer of the soldiers' team
is Sergeant Wolff nnd the captain Cop
poral Yorston, both of Compan) I".
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HUMORIST, IN AN ENTER
TAINMENl OF MIRTH,
MAOIC, MYSTERY AND IL
LUSIONS, ASSISTED DY
Warren tho oung Mormon Wizard,
King of tho Handcuffs and a company
of Clever Performers,
An Entertainment to Please All.
Glean, Wholesome and Enjoyable.
Reserved seats now on sale
Grand Song Recital
Under the direction of
V. I). ADAMS.
Mme. Generva Johnson Bishop
Miss Carrie Castle, - Pianist
Mr. J. H. Amine, - Violinist
Mrs, W. L. Whitney, Accomp'st
HAWAIIAN OPERA HOUSE
MONDAY, MARCH 10th,
lit 8 p.m.
ItcHervcd ScntH $1. Cnllcry fiOc
Tickets for mile at Willi, Nlclioln
SATURDAY EVENING, MARCH1
Oraml Production of n mertcit off
Ancient Hawaiian History adapted
(or the stage by the
PONOI DRAMATIC COMPANY i
to bo presented In English by Native i
Hawaiian!. A Melodrama in two acts, !
The Lady of The Twilight
Now Scenes New Costumes New Songs
A musical Interlude by tho company, j
Landing ol Lono and His Death!
Characters by the Company '
Itenllhtlc Sceneries have been spe
cially designed and painted for both
HART & CO.,
ME ELITE ICE CREAM PARLORS,
Fine leo Creams and Water lex,
Chocolate and Confections.
The Finest Resort In the City.
Try our "Elite" Oyster Cocktails.
A Shoe of Instant Favor
A Shoe of Quality
A Shoe for Men
A Shoe for Women
Exclusive In Style
servlco null easj fitting
nntl Indies' styles we are fole
The entire stock of iron bed
stends carried by Theo II Da
vies H Co. has been sold to us
at far below their wholesale cost
on account of Davles' lack of
facilities for handling these
This stock combined with our
own (which was the largest on
the Islands) makes in over
ciovvded, so we will hold a spe
cial sale fur two weeks, begin
ning March 1st, In order to re
duce the stock
Prices will attonlsh you.
M. Phillips & Co.
Wholesale Importers and Jobbers.
European and American Dry Goods.
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General Commission Agents.
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HONOLULU STOCK I'.XCHANGU
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KahuVn Plantation Co soo,cro a, to
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Klpahulu Sugar Co . . 1 160,000 oi .
Koloa Sutar Co . yx.oco too tjt
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0bu Sural Co , )Coo,ooo c 9. .,
(loma SutarCo .... i.ooo,coj ao t .. ,
Ookala Sugar Plan Co 400,000 " 4
Olaa Su Co.. LU , a.( I05.0U9 jvi '
Olia Su Co Lt J r J up So.ooo 11 ....
Olowalu Comran) tso,oon io- 1 ij
Paauhju Su. Plan Co fi.ooo.oo9 30 10..,
I'aclrc Sugar Mill 300000 .00 ,
I'ala Plantation Co tso.ooo .00 ,tj
I Vrlceo Sug .r Co TSO.ooul loo . ro
Plonrrr Mill C11 t.ajo.oonl 100.. .. a
Plomtr Mill Co Aso joo wo leo 6.
Watatua Ago Co ... a.sooooo 100 jiV, , ,,
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awjjlan llplrlc Co Jooomloo .,
Mutual TrlrrhoM Co ,;,,, 10 ,.
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Ptorle 1 Ice- (V K I g Co iwle 100 .. . .
flr.l National Hank
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I1XCLUM0N KILL PR0GRU88
Washington 1'eli 21 Krom all that
ean lie leal lied at the present time tho
digesting process In the House and
Kenat lommltteoH on Chinese Is go
ing on Katlsftutorllv No date has ct
b en fixed for reporting the bill from
thi House committee, but the Senate)
committee Is expected to report early
llepii sentntlve Kahn snld today the
bill w.is piogrcHsing satisfactorily, and
Hint ns repoited It would undoubtedly
be satisfactory to tho Pacific Coast.
Tne m ctlon prohibiting the employ,
ment if Chinese ns crews on American
vessels will probably be omitted. A
change will be made In the phraseolo
gy of the st ctlon relating to l'hitlpplnu
Ohllicrr Other sections, however,
were expected to be reported substan
tial as drawn in the Mitchell Kahn
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