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nVENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, H. T. SATURDAY, MAIICH 8. 1902.
The Hawaiian Souvenir Playing
THEY ARE HERE THEY ARE BEAUTIES
Appropriate ai prizes tor card garnet. Suitable a gift to frlerrts
and relatives In distant partj.
Each rt.fl. o ntalng fit ylhreo lialf-tone cngraWngs of the choir
t-M vlowa if Honolulu. Jl0 ami the principal points of interest in
tho Islands, Hack design of Kamehnmcha Statue In co'or. Edges
In Gold. Double enti.nM surface, of tho ory best finish. Large In
dexes make them suitable for all inrd games. Telescope cases stamp
ed In Gold. Theso cards are manufactured by the United States Play
ing Card Co, who have spared no pains In making them the finest
scenic pack of cards ever published.
top sale by
RETAIL PRICE $1.00 PER PACK.
WALL, NICHOLS COMPANY, Ltd.
iisY j cms
OF SHOOTING IN CITY
Williams, a Hawaiian, Shot Twice at
His Wife and Then Turned
Revolver on Himself.
Wilton, Smyrna and Axminster
Our showing of rug's Is more elegant than ever before nnd you will
not fall to find patterns and qualities to your entile satisfaction.
Round Top Dining Tables
Our stock of theso win most surely please you and we have chalts
to" match. Prices for everybody In accoruanco with the finUh and
Enameled Iron Beds
None can show a larger or better stock and OUR PRICES CAN
NOT BE OEAT. Come and see before buying elsewhere.
J. HOPP & COMPANY
Lending Furniture Dealers.
CORNER KING AND BETHEL STS.
If sho buys groceries of us. If
sho does she will tell, you of re
liable goods, honest prices and
quick delivery all of which you
may not be getting.
A visit to our store will show
Its cleanliness, convenience and
An order by telephone, will bo
promptly attended to.
NEW BOOKS !
Another double tragedy occimed
yesterday afternoon on Vlmjard
Mreet, near the relief camp. John Wit
Hams, a lint he, becoming Jealous ot
his wife, shot twkc at her with Intent
to kill nnd then turned the re
volver on himself, caused wounds
which u-sulted In his death a little
later on. The details of the case arc
Williams, who was an emploje ol
the ton Hamm-Young Co.. left the
store Thutsday afternoon with a le
volvcr In his possession. He did not
return to the stoic yestetdny morning,
fo a Chinese hoy was sent to bis house
early In the nttemoon to make In
quiries. He heard shooting within and
becoming frightened, ran away. He
notified the police and an Investigation
was at once Instituted.
Captain Parker went up to the place
and broke Into the room. There ho
found Williams lying on the floor with
a bullet wound In his head. He was
not dead and was removed to the hos
pital In the patrol wagon. In a very
short time he expired.
Tho wife states that she was fired
at twice by the enraged man and that
the ran out of the room as quickly as
she could. She did not think she had
teen hurt but upon arriving outside,
sho saw blood trickling down and
found that she had been shot In the
car. The wound was not at all danger
ous. No sooner had she leached tho
outside air than she heard other shots
Inside. These must hae been the
ones that ended tho existence of hor
Jealousy Is given by all who knew
the man as the cause of the deed. It
Is understood thnt the woman left the
house on Monday and did not return
until Thursday, the day that the na
tive took the revolver home with him.
The body of decensed was taken tn
the morgue nnd a Coroner's Jury em
paneled, consisting of C. II. Drown,
Palmer Woods, W. C. Vlda. P. SI. Na
laal. C. J. Ludwigscn and F. Weed.
They viewed the remains and then ad
journed until today, when the Inquest
will be held.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
H. W. roster, Jeweler, IBS Hotel St.
front room In private famli for
rent Sen ad In New Today.
The schooner Itosnmond and the
bark H P. Itlthet commenced ills
charging catgo this morning.
A. A. Slontann announces the spring
opening of his handsome new milliner
to begin Wednesday, Starch 12, See ad
Transport Meade Is looked for this
evening or tomorrow ft om San Fran
Cisco. She will dock at the Pacific
Uourbon Whiskey, 6 years old, $3.G0;
Claret, CO cents; Sherry and Tokay, 73
cents a gallon at Hoffschlaegcr Co.'s,
The reception by the Poitugucse to
Senor A. de Souza Canaarro. which
was originally Intended for today, has
been postponed a week.
Captain Smiley nnd other military
officers aboard tho transport Warren
will occupy n box at the minstrel show
In the Orphcum tonight.
Captain Hen Williams who lias been
dangerously III with fever for several
dajs Is slowly recovering his health
on the Lighthouse Island.
The large buoy which does duty at
the uptown end of the harbor Is under
going a set aping nnd re-paintlng, hav
ing been hoisted ashore for that purpose.
The Deputy Sheriff gives notleo that
he wii sell by public auction nil tho
pioperty of Ping You Keo under Judg
ment f i om tho District Court. Set
The regular annual meeting of tno
Pacific Tennis Club will be held this
afternoon at 1:30 o'clock. It Is under
stood that an entirely new set of offi
cers will bo chosen.
The Ilrltlsh ship Peter trcdale is be
ing fumigated nt the channel wharf.
On Slonday she will sail for Puget
Sounu in ballast. Lewis & Turk having
put a crew In her yesterday.
There were six cases of drunken
ness on the Police Court calendar this
forenoon. Three of the number weii
soldiers. Their condition last night
was such that not a man pleaded not
guilty when up before Judgu Wilcox
Gossip appeared on the streets this
morning. It is a very clever number,
full of spicy notes of tho social world
nnd pointers on various matters of In
tcrest. The nowsbojs were early at
the place of distribution wnltlng for
papers and when they took them out
on the streets they returned empty
handed for more.
Kaha. a native boy, appeared In tho
Police Court this forenoon on tho
charge of malicious Injury by destroy
Ing n dollar's worth of sweet potatoes
and onions. Judgo Wilcox placed ball
at $50 and In doing so lemurkeu that
cases of the kind were very much
liked by the Grand Jury, this being a
reference to the recent action of that
body In throwing out cases of petit
DO YOU REALIZE
Thnt when oii buy a HANAN SHOE that you get exception
al value' That you arp not experimenting, hut buying an
established, guaianteed shoe' That HANAN'S reputation for
good shoe making Is well known'
Then why experiment with doubtful uncertain shoes
when you can buy a HANAN?
H. MAY & GO.
Tlie Popular Grocery.
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NEW BOOK LIST :1c
Tho nights of Slan," by Dr. Lymnti
nbles for the Fair," by Josephine
Sir Richard Calmady," by Malch.
"Stephen Callnarl," by Julian Sturgls.
"f'rench Revolution nnd Religions"
(Reform), by Sloane.
"'Schley and Santiago," by Graham
"Korna Gordyeeff," by Maxim Gorky.
'nicse are only seven of the new
books, but we have seventy times
seven Just as good and as Interesting.
Bookseller nnd Btntloncr.
Our Customers Like Our
Gurry Powder !
They are satisfied that the
Ingredients used In Its
manutacture are the finest
obtainable and that you
will think so too when you
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Stock and Bond Brokers.
FIRE ASSOCIATION, of Philadelphia.
WESTERN A88URANCE CO, of To
ronto. Offices Stangenwald Rldg M
chant Street. Tel. i.ialn 33.
HONOLULU STOCK BXCHANQE
Honolulu, March 8, loox
NAME OF STOCK
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FIRE fr;3r MARINE
JVlcHNERlW BLOCK, PORT ST.
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of the Dental Chair
TEETH EXTRACTED AND FILLED
ABSOLUTELY WITHOUT PAIN by
our late scientific method applied to the
gums. No sleep-producing agents or
Theso are the only dental parlors Is
Honolulu having PATENTED APPLI
ANCES and Ingredients o extract. All
and apply gold crowns and porcelain
crowns undectecable from natural teeth
and warranted for ten 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 And
us to do exactly aa we advertise. W
will tell you In advance exactly what
your work will cost nj a FREE EX
Set Teeth , 88.00
Gold Crowns SS.OO
Gold Fillings 81.00
Sliver Fillings SOc
I BSy E5 5B&s?S I
There Is Individuality about eye
glasses the same as dress. Not every
ono can be fitted with the same clip
and Bprlng. Eye-glasses should be
made to fit the face becomingly and
a small featured person needs a small
er lens than one with a broad face.
We at each individual, and take all
necessary care without piling the
Wm. McCarthy, tho crimp who has
been in the eye of the police for such
a long time, appeared In the Police
Court this forenoon on thr charge ot
assault and littery. It was the Idea of
Attorney Bitting, who appeared for the
defendant, to continue the case until
Monday morning and he was about on
the point of doing this when there
came a voice from the prisoners' rail
asking for conversation with tin
Judge. 11 was McCarthy and when h
was taken out before Judge Wilcox,
he said that he wanted something
done with his case as soon as possible.
He wanted to go up to tho higher
court or if he could not do that right
away, he wanted a trial In the lower
court. He was ready to plead guilty
to the charge of assault and battery
right away .
The prosecution explained that the
Grand Jury had sent down the infor
mation that they would hand In a re
port at 10 o'clock. I'nder tho circum
stances, the only thing left to do was
to continue the caBO until Monday. At
this, Mr. Bitting arose and said that
he had had the same thing In contem
plation. He did not know who had
been advising McCarthy. He certainly
had not told his client to do what he
had Just done.
Judge Wilcox advised the defendant
to allow his case to go over until Mon
day and that at that tlmo the plea of
guilty which he had entered In the case
of assault and battery would not be
used to Ills prejudice. He know that
the Grand Jury was Investigating somo
kind of a case against him but he did
not know Its nature.
McCarthy finally decided to let his
case go and afterwards called his at'
torney over to him. Mr. Bitting was
not in a very pleasant frame of mind
and. Judging from appearances, he told
the crimp what he thought ot him.
A tieat is In store for theater-goers
at the Orpheum tonight In the form o!
a great minstrel show, by members ot
the Second Battalion, 15th Infantry,
from the transport Warren. It might
be well to know that this will hardly
be an amateur performance Inasmuch
as most of the members have been per
formers In the Stntes and this same or
ganization has been together for over
a ear. . rf
They have given many performance!
during their travels and horve excellent
press notices from leadlug papers. They
are so thoroughly organized and drilled
that they are prepared to give a finish
ed entertainment without the necessity
of a rehearsal, although this morning
was devoted to going over the work
with the orchestra to obviate the puxsl
blltty of a hitch.
Tho performance consists of vaude
ville, acrobatic work and comedy
sketches. The very latest songs have
been brought from the Coast nnd there
are somo wonderfully good ones among
With an exceptionally good chorus.
clever work and a well balanced or
chestra the performance will be a de
cidedly amusing and entertaining one
Tickets are on sale at the Orpheum
nt fifty and twenty-five cents and are
being rapidly disposed of.
Grand Song Recital
Under the direction of
V. D. ADAMS.
MME. GENEVRA JOHNSTONE
BI8H0P nsslsted by
Miss Carrie Castle, - Pianist
Mr. J. H. Amme, - Violinist
Mrs. W. L, Whitney, Accomp'st
HAWAIIAN OPERA HOUSE
MONDAY, MARCH 10th,
at 8 p.m.
Reserved Seats 61. Gallery 50c
Tickets tor sale nt Wall, Nichols
Our name alone will be a guarantee
that your work will be of thn beat.
New Yprk Deiital Parlors,
Room t. Elite Building, Hotel Strerf
LADIES IN ATTENDANCE
Hours, 8 a, rn, to 6 p. n.
Sundays, 9 a. m. to 12 m.
A. N. SANFQRD
Boston Building, Fort Street
Over May A Co,
If you cannot find him just look
,; In at the
HE WILL BE THERE
SATURDAY EVENING, MARCH
Grand Production of a Hcrlcs of
1 1 1 1 1 iT I i i
Vwi Plantation Co
Hawaiian Sugar Co . .
Honomu Surar Co . ..
Honokaa Sugar Co
Kahuku Plantation Co
Kind Plant Co .UJ,.
IClvanulu Sugar Co .
K.oioa aurar wO ... ..
Obo Sugar Co ,
motnea aut-art-o. ..
Olaa Su. Co . Ltd ,
I'aauhauSu, I'lan Co
Pacific Sugar Mill. .
Pa la Plantation Co
PtptfkfA Sugr Co
Pioneer Mill Co
Pinner Mill Co. Attt.
walalua Agri Co
WaflukuSugarCo .. .
Walmea Mill Co
Wilder Sttamthle Co .
Inter-lstanJ Steam N Co
Hawaiian Lirctrie Co
Hon. RarU T. & L. Co
Mutual Telerhone Co
Oahu Rv&L Co ....
people ice & K Iff 1-0
First National Bank .,
Hawaiian Gov rer cent
MiloRKCo 6 per cent
non Kapu transit ....
Ewa Plantat n 6 err rnt
uanu k l. uo. per c
Oahu Plantation 6 pc
Olaa Plantation 6 p, c
vraiaiua gricui. op, c
Sales BO Olaa. paid ill). J13.50; 25
Olaa. paid up, $13.30, 10 Olaa, paid
up. J 13.311.
wm 10 PlAV Bill
At a late hour this forrnoon It was
decided to have n game ot baseball be
tween the soldiers ot the transport
Warren and a team from the Honolulu
Athletic Club, on the MaMkl recreation
Krounds nt 2 o'clock this afternoon.
Tho following will probably play on
the local team, although they arc sub
ject to change' Joy. catcher; Kaal,
pltcTIer; Olcason, first base: Thompson
second. I.lshmnn, third. Williams,
short stop, Hansman, left field; Ay
lett, center field; and Lewis, right
PRICES WILL ASTONISH
Theo. II. Dales & Co.'a en
tire stock of Iron beds has
been sold to us at a sacrifice.
We have them nil displayed
with prices plainly mnrked. "
Come and see them.
The weekly edition of the Evening
Bulletin Is the largest and best pub
lished In the Territory. Sixteen and
twenty pages. It a year.
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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. AYEjRY, Business Correspondent
Reaularltyl Certainty Despatch!
Tel. Main 78. 96:45. Elite Bldg.
Secretary Drown of tno Y. M, C. A.
wishes to call attention to the fact that
the stock of old books, papers and of
magazines for the soldiers has now
completely run out and as more trans
ports are expected more reading mat
ter will soon be needed.
The second round of the Y. M. C. A
Indoor baseball tournament has now
started, tho following being the list of
players: A. E. Lutz vs. Olaf Oss, W.
E. Kerr vs. A, Blackman, It. J. Allan
vs. J. 0. Holt, Tom Evans vs. C. 01111
land, E, S, Muckley vs. C. Marques, M.
Johnston vs. R. S. Plerson and I
I'errlera vs. A. Lubeck. Of these games
only one has been played so far. name
ly, the one between W. E. Kerr and A.
Blackman, The game was won by the
latter with a score of 21 to 4 and 21 to
The basket ball season will soon
commence and Physical Director
Young Is making arrangements for tho
forming of teams. There will be a game
of basket ball played tonight In the Y,
M. C. A. gymnasium between two pick
The Honolulu Athletic Club Is at
present making arrangements for a
series of tug-of-war contests which will
soon be played In the Aala warehouse.
A first prize of 1100 and a second prize
of J 50 have been ottered. The pro
ceeds of the tournament .will be used
for the fitting up ot the new club
rooms and the gymnasium.
There are at present eight teams In
sight, namely, a Ilrltlsh team, a Scotch
team, a police team, a waterfront team,
a colored team, a Portuguese team, a
team from Garbage Department known
as tho "Alu Ka Wea" and a National
Guard team entered by Captain Klem
me. Each team will ronslst of ono
anchor and six men. The pulls will
be so arranged that each of the teams
will meet all of the others and the
pulls will follow each other with as
little delay bb possible.
Ancient Hawaiian History adapted
for the stage by the
PONOI DRAMATIC COMPANY
to be presented in English by Native
Hawaiian!. A Melodrama In two acts,
The Lady of The Twilight
New Scenes New Costumes Now Songs
A musical Interlude by the company.
Landing of Lono and His Death
Characters by the Company.
Keallstlc Seenorles have been spe
cially designed and painted for both
Prices $1, 75 and 50 cents. Box plan
at Wall, Nichols
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Orders for the purchase r sale ot
stocks and bonds carefuly aad prompt
ly executed. Loans negotiated
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SiiWrilm for tha WEEKLY
Irw iiiut oiiu ,, uui mi- i.iti iii
ol resistance In caso of accident.
On Tuesday next. It Is expected that
the transport Warren will get awny for
Manua, The work of relieving tho for
ward hold and decks of tho vessel ot
the pig Iron and other material which
was used to "stand her on her head"
In order to repair her screw. Is almost
It Is said that the work of repalt to
tho Wurren'B propeller has been well
and carefully ixei-uted and that tho
transport Is not likely to haut any
trouble making the run to Manila tin
less unusually some weather Is met
The transports Meado nnd Egbert
will follow close behind the Wurren.
so that sho will not be out of reach
Cosy rooms In cottages
or main liouso with or
without - bonrd, all
home comforts, lit
L. H. DEE,
Take the car to Walkikl.
Henry J. Crocker, the San Francisco
capitalist, has 100 rare stamps that
are valued at $20,000. His larcst
stamp Is tho 20-cent label Issued In
I84S by the St. Louis poBtorflcu. before
there were any regular United States
In White, Black
and : Colors : at
E. W. JORDAN