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EVENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, H. T., FRIDAY, MARCH 7, 1902,
The Hawaiian Souvenir Playing
THEY ARE HERE
Appropriate as prlies for card gam"-
ana relatives in distant part.
Each ptrlt c.ntalns flf ytnreo half-tone engravings of the choic
est views if Honolulu, llllo ami the principal points of 'nterest in
the Islands. Back design of Kamehamchn Stntnc In colif. Edges
In Gold. Doubto ena.nfl piirf.uc, of the very best finish. Iargo In
dexes make them sultablo for nil card games. Telescope cases stamp
ed In Gold. These cards are manufactured by tho 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.
for sulc liy
Our showing of rugs is more elegant than ever before and you will
not fall to find patterns and qualities to your entire satisfaction.
Round Top Dining Tables
Our stock of these win most surely
to match. 1'rlces for everybody In
these win most surely please you and we
'rices for everybody In accoruancc with tfc
Enameled Iron Beds
None can show a larger or better stock and OUR PRICES CAN
NOT BE BEAT, Como nnd see before buying elsewhere.
J. HOPP & COMPANY
Lending Furniture Dealers,
CORNER KING AND BETHEL STS,
If she buys groceries of us. If
sho does she will tell you of to
llable goods, honest prices nnd
iulck delivery nil of which you
may not be gettlVg.
A visit to our store will show
Its cleaullness, convenience and
Au order by telephone will be
promptly attended to.
H, MAY & GO.
The Popular Grocery.
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Our Customers Like Our
Gurry Powder !
They arc natlsllcd that the
Ingredients used In Its
manufacture are the finest
obtainable ami that you
will think so toe when you
LEWIS & GO.
:. LEADING GROCERS. .:
1060 FORT STREET.
J40 Three Telephone! 240.
Tliero Is Individuality about eye
glasses the same as diess. Not every
one can be fitted with the same clip
und spring. i:e-glasses should be
mado to tit tho faco becomingly and
a small featured person needs a small
er leii3 than onu with a broad race.
We fit each Individual, and taku all
necessary caro without piling tho
A. N. SANFORD,
Boston Building, Fort Street
Over May & Co.
THEY ARE BEAUTIES
Suitable as glfti to friends
nnMDAMV Ifrl Honolulu
UUIIIIfllll) LIUl nn,i
please you and we have thalrs
accoruancc with the finish and
NEW BOOKS !
NEW BOOK LIST:
"Tho Rights of Man," by Dr. Lyman
ables for tho Fair," by Josephine
'Sir Illchard Calmady." by Maleh.
"Stephen Callnarl," by Julian Sturgls.
"r'rencli Revolution and Religions"
(Reform), by Sloane.
'"Schley and Santiago," by Graham
"Forna Gordyccff," by Maxim Gorky.
'niese are only seven of the new
books, but we have seventy times
seven Just as good and as Interesting
Bookseller anil Stationer.
No More Dread
of the Cental Chair
TEETH EXTRACTED aND FILLED
ABSOLUTELY WITHOUT PAIN bj
our late scientific method applied to the
gums. No sleep-producing agents oi
These are tho only dental parlors It
Honolulu having PATENTED APPLI
AKCES and Ingredients to extract, fll
and apply gold crowns and porcelain
crowns undcctecaule from natural teetl
and warranted for ten years, WITH
OUT THE LEAST PAIN. All wort
done by GRADUATED DENTISTS o!
from 12 to 20 years' experience, an-
each department In charge of a Special
1st, Give us a. call, and you will fine
us to do exactly as we advertise. V
will tell you In advamo exactly what
your work will cojt ny a FREE EX
Set Teeth S5.00
Gold Crowns $5.00
Gold Fillings $1.00
Sliver Fillings SOe
Our name alone will be u guaronte.
that your work will be o! tun best.
New York Dental Parlors,
Room 4, Elite Building, Hotel Stree.
LADIES IN ATTENDANCE
Hours, 8 a. m. to C p. c,
Sundays. 9 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 MORNING
or afternoon, given to dictation, will
keep your correspondence "cleaned
up," Try It a mouth,
J. D. AYERY, Business Correspondent
I Regularity! Certainty Deipatchl
Tel. Main 78, 95:45. Elite Dldg.
V M 1 1 aBBkim A.
KARBER JEFFS MAKES
THIS CLAIM TO JUDGE
Said He and Shipping Master Had
Trouble on Waterfront
A case of lutercst In tho Police
Court this forenoon was that In which
Frank J. Turk appearel at defendant
and II. Jeffs, the barber, at the com
plaining witness. Turk vas charged
with lislne thrcatcnlnclaneuace to
ward Jeffs, the allegation being that
he said he would knock tho head off
tho barber and do several other things
Injurious to the bodily comfort of the
(oniplnlnltiK witness. The defendnnt
wai represented by Attnrnny Leon M.
Straus whllo Attorney Do Holt np
lira red for the prosecution. The plea
til not guilty was entered.
Jelt-j was the first witness placed on
the, stt.nd. lie stated that between 9
and' in o'clock yesterday morning ho
had gone In the ofllce of Lewis U
Turk on tlu waterfront for the pur
pose of transacting some business. IIu
went Insldo and asked for Turk. lie
fore he could say am thing, the de
fendant came mound from his desk
ind asked him to go outside. He there
upon said ho would do nl manner of
things to him In the way of bodily In
lury. Tho witness continued, stating that
ho was In fear of his life, and that he
believed Turk Intended to do him bod
ily Injury or perhaps kifl him If he
got tho chance. Ho wns In this great
fear because ho believed Turk to bo
i dangerous man. Ho had gone to
Turk's office to collect some money for
rent nnd Turk had not given him n
'hanco to say a word, but had threat
ened and then followed him up.
At this point a couple of receipts
purporting to be those for the tent over
whlcu the trouble arose, wero handed
o the witness, who stated that he had
never seen them before, although he
.new that thcro were such papers in
Turk, on being put on tho stand, de
nied everything tlmt Jetfs said, mak
'ng the statement that tho meeting be
tween himself nnd Jeffs had been en-
Ircly deold of any heat arid thnt he
md never meant tho complaining wit
ness nny hnrm whatever. He had de-
Handed J0.10 of him as back rent, and
lio had snld that he had paid every
cent of the rent to Mrs. Jeffs. Ho
thereupon produced tho receipts fiom
his back pocket and Jen's walked awny
saying that ho would see about It la-
er. Wni. Johnson, an engineer, made
the same statement of the case.
when Jeffs was culled back to tho
stand In rebuttnl he stated that John
son wns not In the place at all when
no went to seo Turk at his ohlce. He
know tlmt tho rent money had been
paid to his wire, but Turk had come tc
blin a few days ago and stated th it he
Intended to leave the place at a rer
lain lime. On th s show ne he had
given $10 of the rent money back to
Turk. The defendant, Instead of leav
ing at the time ho Bald he would, re
mained a few days longer and the JG.10
was the amount due him.
The story of tho defense hanslnc
togcthei so will, and the evldnnce of
'.ho dfi nse being Insufficient, the de
fendant was dlschatged.
The police authorities are bound
that the two negroes, recentlj set free
from the Circuit Court on tho charge
ot burglary, shall not go abroad In the
streets or Honolulu without first pass
ing n ii v haulers. They are still pris
oners and this morning they appealed
in tn.i I'oiieu court. Edgar Wl lams
on the charge of assault wun a weap
on on Officer Mohiimaii, nnd agrancy,
and Robert Williams on the chaigo of
Edgar Williams wns the, first man
called before Judge Wilcox, nnd he
was nuked what he had to say to the
charge of assault with a weapon,
ludst Wilcox explained to tho defend
nut that tho case was without tho Jur
irdUtlon of Ills court, but that II' he
Insisted on a preliminary examination,
he would have to graut It.
Ji'dge Wilcox then suggested a little
'Imp for the defendant to retain coun
sel, fnlng that hu wished to give every
n ni a lair snow and Hid not want
anyone to say he had not been granted
,i II. lie time dining which to prepare
h'jiwi'lf lor n defense. WllllnniK
thought lor a while and then answer
ed "Yes; I would like a little time.
Your Honor, time to get out or this
city ii 1 can."
On motion of tho prosecution, the
esse went over until Monday mid It
nijy u mat the defendant will he on
the high sens by that time. Later on,
ho and his partner In tho Ward Jewelry
stole complication, Robert Williams,
were tailed up on tho charco of vac-
taiicy These eases nlso wont over
until Monday next. There may bo nn
sttepipt on tho part of the milieu tn
I'.et Ixnli Uit'so men out of the country.
WALHII IN COURT.
Patrick Walsh appeared In the Po
lice Court this forenoon on the charau
of assault and battery on his former
father-in-law. Antone Sllva by name.
tin was repit'Hented by Attorney
Pitch, who ashed that the case go over
until Monday next. Tho motion wns
After tho arrest of Walsh on the
charge of assault and battery on Sllva,
ho got Into more double nnd yestorduy
was agnln arrested on the chargo of
using threatening language toward hie
former mnther-lii-law. It might be
Mated that the wholu trouble resulted
front nn attempt on the part of Walsh
to get his furniture out of tne Sllvn
home. . he old folks seem bent on
Pi of. Charles Wilton has announced
to the Royal Astronomical Society ot
London that a new determination of
tho temperntuio of the sun Ih placed at
C200 degress Centigrade, or 11,192 de
grees Fahrenheit. Prof. Wilson began
In Investigation about a year ago.
TWO WILHBo IN
A PECKOF TROUBLE
LOCAL 1ND GENERAL
The Bulletin's special Industrial edi
tion can be obtained at this office or
the news-stands. Price 25 cents.
Q. H. llcrrcy's ofllco, S Campbell bid.
A horse hag been found. See Found
There is talk about town rognidinp
Experienced bookkeeper Jeslre po
sition. Sec nil,
Mr. and Mrs. John Kna will bo hark
from Kauai Saturday ur Sunday.
Judge Robinson Is trying Manuel
Olaudlna for larceny second degree.
Gomes & McTlghe, successors to Ca
mara & Co., liquor dealers, 93 King St.
Captain Haglitnd takes the steamer
W. G. Hall out on her regular run next
A special meeting of the Krancls
Murphy Club No. 1 will be held this
evening nt 7 o'clock.
Tho steamer Mauna I.oa Is expected
to return from Kona and Kim ports on
Wednesday morning next.
A special meeting of the stockholders
of the Pioneer Mill Co. will be held on
March 18. 8ee notice under New To
Probate of the will of Jonn llryont
wns continued two weeks to glvo time
for hearing from relatives In New
"t.lontaro Colon, a I'ortq Hlcnn. nno
Shlgelioml, n Japanese, have beeu ar
rested on file charge of assault with
Evidence Is alt concluded In the con
demnation suit. Judge Ksteo nnd I In
jury will visit Honolulu plantation to
morrow. Uourbon Whiskey, C years old, $3.G0;
Claret, 60 cents; Sherry and Tokay. 73
cents a gallon at HotTschlaegcr Co.'s,
On Monday, .March 31, Jas. V. Mor
gan will sell three parcels of land un
dcr foreclosure of mortgage power oi
sale. Bee ad In New Today.
Q. II. llcrrcy has been nt home since
the first of tho month, nursing i. u-iy
bad poisoned foot. He will not be nble
to bo out for several days yet.
The soldiers In camp on tho drill
shed grounds have been practicing
throughout the day for the baseball
game which Is supposed to tako place
tomorrow afternoon with n team fiom
li.e police forco.
The fence on Hotel street on the
otner sldo of the nlley from the Elite
Ice crea mparlors, Is being moved Imck
today nnd tiees nre being cut down,
pteparntory to the widening of the
tnoroughfnre at that point.
The (Irnnu Jury reported thirteen
true Dills of Indictment this morning,
with no bills found In the cases of
James Mcrseberg. Wimam Kahunu,
liana Kcnloha and Andrew Saiewlch.
all larceny second degree.
The blade of the Wairen's nroneller
was succcscrully put .n place this
morning and now the men ut work
aboard tho transport nre at work shitt
ing the pig Iron back so as to get the
vessei In her former position.
The Portuguese . Interpreter was
very much wanted In the 1,'ollcu Court
inis iorenoon in tnu casu ot a rortn
mean charged with assault tilth a
deadly weapon. Judge Wllco in cast
ing his eyes about tho room for Mr.
Krlas, said: "I haven't seen the Portu
gueso Interpreter hero for biicu a long
timo that I really believe I would not
recognize film wero I to see hlni here
(Continued from n.iee i.)
Ing of the picscnt crop of'sugar ami
ultimately resulting In the satisfac
tory liquidation of all claims against
the Kona Sugar Co, and the continua
tion of Hie enterprise.
Relieving fully and absolutely In the
disposition of the receiver to do nil
that could be ucne. nnd that every or
der necessary, practical and useful to
such ends would be mnde by tho court
the atllant nevertheless believes and In
frankness and good faith is bound to
allege thnt It is beyond the reach of
any Judicial nctlon to save the proper
ty of the company to Itself, to the com
plalnants or to the creditors.
He is unnble to stale through whom,
or by what means the relief expected
shall bu secured, because the affiant
rannot have positive assurance there
of so long as there Is doubt In conse
quence of thu threatened action of tho
receiver that tho laborers can be ru
tallied on thu plantation
The compliliiaiits have been ready
and willing to advance supplies nec
essary for the support of tho Vibor, ami
uffjlant Ik. Informed that if tho motion
Is granted In the wisdom rf the court
the creditors and other parties Inter
ested will carry out metuods of relief.
Affiant believes that If this action
lemalns In court and is set down for
henring. Irreparable loss will entail
upon all parties concerned, and affiant
and complainants are willing nnd du
slums to discontinue the nctlon for tho
solo nnd only purpose of preserving to
themselves, to thu Kona Sugqr Com
pany and to Its creditors tho assets o
:hu company to the lullcst extent.
Judge Humphreys announced that
tho motion would be sustained upon
ho satisfaction of tho receiver's ac
counts nnd tho payment to him of such
icasonulilo fee as the Court might
iward him. As tho receiver said he
would have the accounts ready, '1
o'clock this afternoon was set for ro
In rendering tho foregoing decision
ludgo Humphreys mado d few re
marks. Ho said that two or three days
before tho petition for a receiver was
tiled, a local paper announced thnt S.
M. Damon had consented to net ns
receiver. There had been a good deal
of talk about tho action or tho Court
'n not appointing Mr. Damon as re
oelver and so forth, Now ho look this
occasion to say that neither Mr Da
lion, nor all tho planters, nor all the
naupera. nor all tho bankers of this
community could dlctato tho action o.
ho Court In any matter whatsoever
ne Court was responsible to its own
-untM'lenro and to tho appointing pow
r, and would not have Its action ill
ected, controlled or Influenced by pan
pers or bankers, or anv other classes
or persons, however high or humble.
Mr. Hnnkey desired tn sny some
thing, but tho Judge waved him down.
flaying thn Court had no desire io hear
any more on tho matter.
Remarkable merit for long
Wo carry these In gentlemen
CLIINTOJN J. HUTCHIN.S,
jt J3'' fir h
r nojj "w
BL 13. 1 OU J&
McIlNERIW BLOCK. PORT ST.
Grand Song Recital
Under the direction of ,
V. D. ARA.M8.1
MME. 6ENEVRA JOHN ST ONE -BISHOP
Miss Carrie Castle, Pianist
Mr. J. H. Amme, - Violinist
Mrs. W. L. Whitney, Accomp'st
HAWAIIAN OPERA HOUSE
MONDAY, MARCH lOtil,
at S p.m.
RcHcrvcd Hcattt $1. Gallery .Oc
Tickets tor nalc nt Willi, NIcIioIh
SATURDAY EVENING, MARCH
Ornnd Production of n ncrlctt of
Ancient Hawaiian History adapted
for tho stage by the
P0N0I DRAMATIC COMPANY '
to be presented In Kngllsh by Native j
Hawallans. A Melodrama In two acts, j
The Lady of The Twilight '
New Scenes Now Costumes New Songs
A musical Interlude by the company.
Landing of Lono and His Death
Characters by the Company.
Realistic Sceneries have been spe
cially designed and painted for both
Prices $1. 75 and SO cents. Doxplanl
at Wall, Nichols.
Cony rooms In cottngca
op main limine with or
without - boni'd, - all
home comlortH. i i i
L. H. DEE, Proprietor.
W. Bctwlck, Manager.
Take the car to Waikiki.
The ri'sul.n minimi meetlnK of the
Hawaiian .Inrkr-) Club will be held nt
the llawallnn Hotel and not nt tho.
JMclflo Club as h.is been advertised.
Mii'lliiK tnkis pliii'is on Monday evon-IliK-
A Shoe of Instant Favor
A Shoe ot Quality
A Shoe for Men
A Shoe for Women
Exclusive in Style
service an'd easy fitting
and ladles' styles, we are sole
PRICES WILL ASTONISH
Thco. II. Davies & Co.'s en
tire stock of Iron beds has
been sold to us at a sacrifice.
We have them all ilisplayec
with prices plainly marked.
Come and seo them.
M. Phillips & Co.
Wholesale Importers and Jobber.
European and American Dry Goods.
Fort and Queen 8ts.
H. Hackfeid& Co., Ltd.
General Commission Agents.
Cor. Fort and Queen Streets, Honolulu
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J. H. FISHER
Slock and Bond Brokers. '
FIRE ASSOCIATION, of Phltidelphtv
WE8TERN A38URANCE CO, of To
Offices Slanaenwald Rldg.. u-
chant Street. Ted. i.eain .'jti.1.
HONOLULU HTOCK UXCHANGD
Honolulu, March 7, tool
NAME OF STOCK
C. 6r.wr ACoincAnv.
L.B. Kltr Co,, LM..
Kwt Plinmlon Co .....
Htwtltan Com.At Su Co.
HiwilUn 5ueif Co ....
Hoootnu Sugir Co ....
HonokaftSuew Co ....
Haiku Sutir Co ......
Kihukti plantation Co..
CIahulu Sugar Co. ....
Xoloa Surar Co
Jahu auear Co .. ..
Ookata Suear Plan, Co.
niA c. I a .. t I
OUiSuCft Ltd pi up
Olnwalu Com ran)
Piftuhiu Su, ('tin Co
Pacific Such Mill. ...
PU Plantation Co .,
P?rke Sue r Cu
PlonetrMnt Co. .
PlonmMlll Ca Aims
Watalua Arti Co ...
WailukuSuRirCo , .
Walmea Mill Co
WltJfrSteimshlD Cn .
Intcr-lklani StfamN Co
Hawaiian I. W trie Co
Hon. HarM T & L Co
Mutual Ttlrrhfint? Cn
Oaltu Hv&L Co .. .
rcopirt ict K I c t-o
First National Rank . .
Hawaiian Ciov rrr tnt
non Kapu irantii ....
Ewj Plantat'n 6rtrrrnt
uanu Killo rT c
Oihu Plantation ope
Olaa Plantation 6 p. c.
Walalua Acrlcul. 6 p. c
Sales 10 Kwa. J23.75. 10 Rwa.
JU.I.V), ..'i Olaa. iiald tin. fl.l.ui), f.u
Olaa, pnlil up. JI.'l.Tf,; CO Olaa. paid
up, $13.75. & Klhel. $lt.2u: 21) Klhel,
Jll.L'5; in Olaa. paid up. $1.1.?.r..
O. K JV I.. CO. MlillTING.
The annual nicotine of stoelcholdera
of the Onhu Railroad tc Land Company
whlrh was adjourned from last week
fter the rendliiK of the reports of the
officers. Is lielnR held this afternoon
In the room nhove Castle & Cooke's
onlces. The previous meetlnK was ad
journed In order that certain amend
ments to the by-laws of the company
rouhl be made. At today's meetlnK
tneso amendments are at hand in
printed form nnd will be acted upon.
The election of officers will albo take
place today. The reports of the offi
cers, which wnre read at the previous
Dieetine will probably soon appear In
Drinteu torni to tie ulhtrluutcd amoni:
WILLARD E. DROWN.
W. A. LOVE. 1
Halstead & GoM
ON 8UQAR SECURITIES,
921 Fort .Street.
Stock and Dond Exchange.
Tel. Main 133.
STOCK AND BOND BROKER.
HONOLULU 8TOCK EXCHANGE.
Orders for !ia nitrhn.. ..1. ..
stocks and bonds carefuly and prompt.
ix exccuica. Loans negotiated
Office Room 401, 4th floor, 8Ungen
wald Bldg. Pottofflce box 390; Tele
phone Main 331.
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