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HONOLULU, H. T., .MONDAY. MARCH 10, 1S02.
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The Hawaiian Souvenir Playing
THEY ABE HERE fc THEY ARE BEAUTIES
Appropriate ai prizes for card games. Suitable as gifts to frlerWs
and relatives In distant parts.
Each reek c.ntalns flf'y tmeo halftone engravings of the choic
est views ..f Honolulu, Hllo nnd tlio principal points of 'ntereBt In
tho islands. Back design of Kamehameha Statue In co'om Edges
In nold. Double ena.nM surface, of the very best finish. Large In
dexes mako them suitable for nil card games. Telescope cases stamp
ed In Oold. 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.
RETAIL PRICE $1.00 PER PACK.
CS,"' WALL, NICHOLS COMPANY, Lid. .'.Tit
Wilton, Smyrna and Axminster
Our showing of rugs Is more elegant than ever before and ou will
not fall to find patterns and qualities to jour entlro satisfaction.
Round Top Dining Tables
Our stock of theso win most surely please you nnd wc have chairs
to match. Trices fqr everybody in accordance with tho finish and
Enameled Iron Beds
None can show a larger or better stock and OUR PRICES CAN
NOT E BEAT. Come and see before bu!ng elsewhere.
J. HOPP & COMPANY
Lending Furniture Dealers.
CORNER KING AND BETHEL STS.
BODY NOT IDENTIFIED
MAY BE A
Sailor Whose Description Follows
That of Dead Man lias Not
Been Beard Of
If she bujs groceries of us. If
she does she will tell ou of re
liable goods, honest prices (ind
quick delivery all of which vou
may not bo getting.
A visit to our store will show
Its cleanliness, convenience nnd
An order by telephone will be
promptly attended to.
H. MAY & GO.
The Popular Grocery.
HIS FIRST PAJAMAS.
I'nter Fnmlllas had been grunting
and groaning for weiks with the old
enemj rheumatism. Ills rt th
doctor, sent him a suit of woolen rr.
Jamas of hld blue and pink, with tb
Injunction dcllvcied by his Pennsylva
nla Dutch wife "to put them on and
not take them off." The old gentle
man wbb unusually quiet all day. itnd
after ransacking his dictionaries and
rjclopodlas, remarked "Well. I ntver
heard of tho things bcfoijc." The next
morning In the breakfast room It wa
noticed by nn observant member of
tho household that I'nter was rftthtr
bumpy and fat. Finally above the
waistband of his tiouseis crept a roll
of blue' nnd pink. "Goodness papa'
ton havent got on those pajamas'
exclaimed the daughter of the family"
"es. jes! I liavo!" he shoutc-d. t-
tlly. "The doctor told me to put thtin
on and not take them off." And ho
has them on yet, while the fami.y is
In a state, of glgglcmcnt.
Our Customers Like Our
Curry Powder !
They arc satisfied that the
Ingredients used In Its
manufacture are the finest
obtainable and that you
will think so toi wherryou
LEWIS & GO.
:. LEADING GROCERS. .:
1060 FORT STREET.
240 Three Telephones 240.
NEW BOOK LIST :
"Tho nights of Man," by Dr. Ljman
allies for thex Pair," by JosphlLe
"Sir Wchard Calmady," by Maleh.
"Stephen Callnarl," by Julian Sturglr
"French Revolution and Rtllglsnb"
(Reform), by Sloane.
'"Schley nnd Santiago," by Graham
"Forna Gordyeeff," by Maxim Gorky.
'i.iese are only seven of the ntw
books, but we havo seventy times
seven just as good and as Interesting.
J M. WEBB,
Bookseller1 and Stationer.
I tKy tEL bBso i
There Is Individuality about eo.
glasses the same aB dress. Not overy
ono can bo fitted with the same clip
and spring. E -glasses should ba
made to lit the face becomingly and
a small featured person needs a small
er lens than ono with a broad face.
Wo fit each Individual, and take all
necessary caru without piling tho
A. N. SANFORD,
Boston Building, Fort Street
Over May & Co,
Cosy rooms In cottages
or main lioute with or
without - board, - all
home comforts. I t t
L. H. DEE,
Take the car to Waiklkl.
AN HOUR IN THE MORNINQ
THE SAME HOUR EVERY bORNINQ
or afternoon, given to dictation, will
keep oiw correspondence "cleaned
up." Try It a month.
J. D. AYERY, Business Correspondent
Regularity! Certainty Despatchl
Tel. Main 76. 9 6:45. Elite Bldg,
A body was found floating In the har
bor near the stern of the transport
Warren at the Navy wharf about noon
yesterday. A native, Moekane, discov
ered the dead man and, securing n
boat, nttachod a rope to the body and
towed It to Ilrewer's wharf.
Tho police having been notified and
tho dead man taken from the water,
tho remains weie removed to the
morgue and the following coroner's
jury empanelled Sam Chllllngworth,
P. Flvnn, William Smith. D Ilenear
II M Ayrcs and II Gumbfer.
After viewing the remains the Jury
was excused until this evening nt JJ
o'clock, when the inquest will be held,
Tho dead man was a white man of
ordinary height and Inclined to to
stout. His hair was brown with a
tendency to auburn and he worn n
stubby red mustache. He was clothed
In a dark suit with n small check, wore
shoes that had done much duty, a
strap for a belt, a black tie and wool
en shirt The coat was tightly but'
tuned over the chest. A star, tatooed
in black and red. was on the back of
the right hand. A cheap gold ling,
with an amethyst sc.ng. was on the
tmru finger of the left hand.
On tho finger bearing tne ring was
an incised wound. The wound, which
evidently caused death was near the
lelt temple. It was a large wound and
vas apparently made wnu a blunt but
htavy Instrument. The dead man
Menu to have been a sailor and Indi
cations were that the body had been
In the water for two or three dnvs, tno
taio having blackened and decompose
tion hnvlng advanced to a consider
I There aro numerous points of slnil
u.rlty between tho present caso nnd
that of the I.ubeck mv story. Tho
vceno Is practically tho same In both
instances; both bodies showed signs
uf Borne severe struggle; both bodies
bore wounds that pointed to murder.
The coat worn by I.ubeck and thu
ont worn by the dead man found es
tirday were both tightly bottoned. In
tli caso of I.uueck, his shirt was very
Tho police are at work on jester
day's mystery, hut have not as vet dis
covered an thing.
The mystery Is the talk of the water
ficnt today nnd it Is to a large extent
the general feeling that the dead man
vvns tho victim of a 'Shanghai accl
di nt." A "Shanghai accident" may be
briefly explained by the follow tug ex
inn pie: A man Is wanted to ship
aboard a certain vessel, either because
somo crimp wants blood money for
supplying tne captain with a Bailor, rr
because the man Is not wanted ashore
by his enemies. He Is not willing to
rlilp on the vessel; therefore he must
be compelled to. lie Is mane drunk
r Is drugged and taken aboard. The
drink or the drug, by an oversight
fall to have the desired effect and tho
man comes to himself and discovers
what Is going on. He struggles, fights
and attempts to veil. He must lie. kept
quiet and so Is tapped on tno head
with what happens to bo handy, a be
laying pin. the butt of a revolver. Tho
man continues to light, perhaps, and Is
knocked again and falls ponseless.
Perhaps the blow was harder than In-
tended and the man Is killed. The
body Is dropped Into the wnter "I'eo
plo will think ho fell overboard and
was drowned while he was drunk,
mys his slavers, and get awa as quick
cu they can
Both I.ubeck and the unknown had
their coats tightly buttoned. A mur
derer, throwing the body of his victim
In tho water, might very naturally but
ton un the coat of the dead man. know
lug that the garment might otherwise
come off and tloat Into the hands of the
curious, thus increasing the possibili
ties of discovery.
The police usked various shippers ol
sailors to view the remains of tho un
known, thinking that perhaps thu face
of the dead man might be recognized
by somo of them. The dead man,
however, has not et been Identified.
A Bulletin reporter this morning
made Inquiues aboard various ships In
the harbor concerning members' of
their crews which might bo missing.
It was learned that two men had
recently deserted the British ship l'c
ter Iredale. Descriptions of theso men
were furnished by the second mato mm
members uf the) crew.
Ihu deserters are John Falcon, n
Scotchman, und Arthur Bloomfleld, an
Englishman. Both possess stubby red
The description of Arthur Bloom
field tallies to somo extent with that
of the dead man. Bloomfleld Is dc,
scribed as having brown hair with an
uuburn tinge and a stubby red mus
tuchu. Ho is of medium height and In
cllnea to bo stout. He left tho Ircdilic
two weeks ngo. His former mat-g
cannot remember whether ho was la
toned on tho right hand or whothci
the ring he woie on his left hand had
an amethjst setting. They havo not
seen him since he deserted.
On inquiry at the sailors' boarding
houses It was found that no such name
as that of Arthur Bluoomfleld was on
Shipping masters were next Inter
viewed and Anally Messrs. Lewis &
Turk, who supply vessels with crows
said they knew Arthur Bloomfleld.
But It can't bo him," said Mr. Lew-
Is! "he got a Job ashore ten days ago
i used to know him on the Coast. IK
was a goon fellow. No; It can't he
him, he never gets drunk; besides. If
ho had quit his Job In the country he
would havo come to sco us. No; I
haven't seen Arthur Illoonuleld since
ho got a Job ashore, but It can't bo him
No, I haven't been to Bee tho dead
man and have no Idea who ho Is,"
Perry, a waiter aboard the transport
Warren, says ho noticed something
queer on a coal bargo near tho. collier
Alexander at 1 30 o'clock Thursday
morning Ho heard people talking on
the barge and' later heard a splash
He then saw two men miming along
the whaif to the street vvhllo a thi d
mini remained on tho barge A couple
of old mats were atterward found on
thu barge The police havo theso In
LOCAL AND GENERAL
I'olo is over for the season,
II. W. Foster, Jeweler, IBS Hotel St.
A licensed saloon Is advertised for
sale Sec New Today.
Thoroughly reliable man desires po
sition as watchman or porter.
Tho schooner Mary K. Foster Is dls
charging at Allen & Robinson's wharf.
fl. N. Wilcox will not be In the cltv
until the Sunday pievlous to the ISth
The Bteamcr Knual may snlll to
morrow for k:ii ports. Her destina
tion is not Jet certain.
Sale of wooden buildings, etc., at
1050 Richards street, Friday, March 14.
Jan. F. Morgan, auctioneer.
Sale of hats, shoes, dress goods, etc.,
at Morgan's auction rooms Tuesday,
March 11th. Sec his column.
Calabashes, curios, etc., at auction
by Jas, V. Morgan on Weducsda),
March 12th, at his salesrooms.
The transport Meade Is looked for
fiam San Francisco this nucrnoon. She
will bring later news and mall.
Jas. F. Morgan will auction the per
sonal effects of J. C Strow on Tues
day, March 11th, at his salesroom
The adjourned annual meeting of the
Walanau Company wilt take place on
Wednesday, March 12th, at 10 a. m
One hundred bales of California hay
at auction Wcdncsdav, Match 12th, at
Morgan's salesrooms, Queen street.
Bourbon Whiskey, 6 years old, $3.50;
Claret, 60 cents; Sherry and Tokay, 73
cents a gallon at HoCfschlacger Co. i,
A special meeting of Lodge le
IMogres lb called fur 3 30 tomorrow nf
ternoon to attend the funeral uf th
late William Autd.
The cases of Wtu. McCarthy nnd
tho two negroes charged with vugiuiuj
and assault with a deadly e.iuu v.eio
continued until tomorrow.
Creditors of tho estate of the late
J. W. Kcalakaa of Walalua, this Island,
aro notified to present their claims
lorthwlth. See New Today.
All pcrsotiB having claims against
the estate of Maria L. Hoffmann should
present same to William O. Smith,
executor, Judd building. Sec ad In New
Something of a record was made In
loading sugar aboard the Hvades,
which sailed las. night for Kahulul
20.000 bags being put aboard In 13
A chance to furnish your home or to
replace old or broken furniture will bo
given to tho careful householder by
Jas. F. Morgan on Wednesday, March
12th, at his salesrooms
Don't forget Camarlnos of the Call,
fornlt Fruit Market when vou want
fruit and vegetables. He always has
on hand n, fresh supply of both Califor
nia and Island fruits. Telephone Main
The many friends and acquaintances
of Mrs. Henrietta K. Klhllng will leain
with sorrow of her death this morning.
II rial will take place at 10 n m. Tues
day from the undertaking parlors tu II,
AULD In this city, March 10. 1302,
William J, Auld, aged S3 jears
Funeral services will be hell from
the Masonic Temple. Tuesday, titer
noon nt 3:30 o'clock. Friends an I ac
quaintances are respectfully Invite I to
K1HLING Mrs. Hnrlctta K. Klhllng,
wife of Chas. A. Klhllng. died Moron
10th at 8 a. m. The funeral vvi'l tak
llaco from II, II. Williams' -indertal,
In:. narlorH nt 10 a. m March lltl
Friends and acquaintances inv'ei-t to
A CUBAN DELICACY.
This recipe Is worthy the attention
of the most accomplished rook It
would bo a chef d'oeuvic for a cooking
school graduate. This Is not because
the recipe Is difficult to follow, but be
cause It requires the sort of Judgment
that cannot be set down In print. In
flavdr, appearance, and those artistic
results that nre the crowning touch of
the finest accomplishments In cookery
there are few things that surpass it.
Tho Cuban name, Naranjas Abrlllanas,
which adds to the ImpresslvenCss of
this confection, Is pronounced nar-ang-has
abre-yan-tah-das. The last word
comes from the Spanish ahrlllo to cut
like tho fnccta of a diamond and Its
signification Is discerned In the crystals
which sparkle through It. Now for
Tako a half-dozen ripe oranges, not
too large. Orate off carefully the yel
low rind, hut leavt tho whlto covering,
Pierce each with the finger, and ex
tract. If possible, all the seeds. Put
the oranges In boiling water and cook
until soft and spongy. Then remove
and set uslde over night. The next
morning make a syrup of a cup of
ganulated sugar and a cup and a hall
if water. Let Blowly boll until thick.
Put the orangCB In and let them boll
until tho Inside of the orange is almoit
like a Jelly. You can find this out by
Inserting a fork Into one of the open
ends. In boiling, the syrup may enter
the fruit so freely that It will have to
be replenished. Sufficient should be
made so that It ran bo added, and the
fruit appears to have Its oilglnal yel
low sklu. When done take out the
oranges and pour the sjrnp, to which
some orange Juice has been added over
them. Servo cold, having cut the
oranges Into quarters, as thy arc very
rich. Oranges may bo picserved In this
way and kept In glass for special occasions.
DO YOU REALIZE
That when vou buy a HANAN SHOE that voif get exception
al value? That jou are not experimenting, but buying an
established, guaranteed shoe? Thnt HANAN'S reputation for
good shoe making Is well known?
Then why experiment with doubtful, uncertain shoes
when )OU can hu) a HANAN?
...MclNERNY SHOE STORE...
CLIINTOIV J. HUTCHINS,
iVlcIISERNY BLOCK, PORT ST.
. . .-4
PRICES WILL ASTONISH
Theo. It. Davles L Co.'s en
tire stock of Iron beds has
been sold to us at a sacrifice.
Wo have them all displayed
with prices plainly marked
Come and see them.
of buying whllo showing vou our
handsome stock of German
Wo aro pleased with our
stock and are sure vou will ho
pleased also. Lincrusta makes
a beautiful and Inexpcnslvo
wainscoting for homes, offices,
stores and lodgo rooms.
Come and let us show you tho
goods. It will be a pleasure to us.
LEWERS & COOKE,
No More Dread
of 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 In
Honolulu having PATENTED APPLI
ANCES and Ingredients to extract, fill
and apply gold crowns and porcelain
crowns undectecable fiom natural teeth
and warranted for ten years, WITH
OUT THE LEAST PAIN. All work
done by GRADUATED DENTISTS of
from 12 to 20 years' experience, an
iach department In charge of a Special
1st Otvo us a call, and you will find
us to do exactly as we advertise. Wt
will tell you In advaneo exactly what
your work will coat oy a FREE EXAMINATION.
Set Teeth SH.OtV
Gold Crowns $5.00
Gold Flllln $1.00
Silver Fillings OOc
816 Fort Street,
Honolulu, T. H,
Victor Safe & Lock Co,
Ideal Heady Mixed
Improved Stone Filters
And the Steel Aermntor.
J. H. FISHER
Slock and Bond Brokers.
FIRE ASSOCIATION, of PhlUeJsiphlfc
WESTERN A88URANCE CO, of To
Offices Stanaenwald lido. M-
chant Street. Tel. m!u 3ii.
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE
Hom.lulit, March , to 1902
NAME OF STOCK pjfj'ij ? BI4 4X
C. Bi wf ft Cotneinr. i.ooo.wc a lot
N S StcM D G. Co.L-1 6o,x uo i
LB. KirrkCo,, Lll,, .00,000 jc .,)!
fwt Pltnfitton Co .... 1,000,000 o pi t f
HawtltaRArrlculturilCo 1,000,000 too . ..
HawalUnCom.&tSu Co. f,vit,T)o 100 ...
Hawaiian 5u(ar Co ... 1 000,000 to ... n
Honotnu Suffar Co ... rso,ooo too . .a
Honokaa Sugar Co 000,000 ao It tt
HatlmSutarCo ... 900,000 oo ttlta
Kanuku Pia-itatlon Co 500,000 ao a. aj
KlbtlPlanlCo.il, 1 ojo.tno y 11 .
Kttahulu SutarCo,... .60,000 too in
Koloa Sugar Co .... yx,ooo 10a .... ij
McHrvtiaSuCo..Ld. 1 100,00. to si ,. .
O.bu Sugar Co , 1.600.000 too aj
l!oa)t SucarCo.... 1,000,000 to t) . .
Ookala Surar Plan. Co oo,oro to .... a
OlaaSo Co.Lll ill fcj.oco n . ....
Olaa Su Co Ll J pj up 1 a soo.000 ao l). tjH
Olowalu Company lo,ooo 100 . if
Paauhau Su, I'lan Co 1000,000 to i ..
Pacific burar Mill. tooooo 100 . to
Pal Wanfatlon Co fso,ooe too if.
Ptpttkto Sugar Co tso,ooo loo ...... i6rH
Plonr Mill Co . atjoooo loo tj
Plonttt Mill Co, Attcl $00 000 100 (5
Walalua Agri Co. 4,900,000 10a 5. ...
WallukuSugar Co . Too,ooe loo.... 341
WaltnanaloSuear Co lst.000 100 tstK ,( ,,
Walmta Mill Co ltj,ooo 100
WltJfr Slaoi.hlp Co 300.000100 11a
Inttr-titanlSttamNCo Jooo loo .. it
Hawaiian llpirle Co J loo . . .U
Hon. RarlJ T t L. Co J-o00 100 .. jj
Mutual Ttlfphone Co injtoo it t .....
O.huRv&tCo ,,;o .
Ptopla a Ice & H I'e Co ,,ooo ltd....
Flrtl National Rank .
Hnt ASBanu&TCo ,,,,,,,
Hawaiian Gov per cent ......
HlloRRCo 6percent. 104
Hon Rapid Transit . toe
Ewa Plantat n 6 per cent too.. .
Oahu R fit L Co per c 191 . ...
Oahu Plantation Ope .,..
Olaa Plantation 6 p. c
Walalua Agrlcul.tp c
Sales 25 Olaa. paid up. I13.3T 1-2;
25 Olaa. paid up, ,13 37 1-2; 14 Kibel.
$11.25; 10 Olaa, assessable. ((. 10 Kl
hel, J11.25, 2oU Uua, $23.50; lun Ev.a.
HELD FOR GRAND JURY.
Chas. A. HlchardKon, a negro, ap
peared heroic United ..ates Commis
sioner IMvvIn S. 0111 tlls mornlnt;
charscd with nssatilt on the high seas
aboard tho bark W. II. Dlmond on
Monday, March 3, on Sllrador Varl
core, an Italian. On ino testimony of
Otto Daunigaricn, mato of the Dlmond,
Chas. II. Wheaton and the man alleged
to havo been assaulted, tho negr.ro was
held to answer to tho Federal Grand
Jury on bond In the sum of $2040. The
next term of the tederal Court opens
nn April 14. The witnesses were held
to appear on bonds In tne sum or 1 '))
nach. Tho mato Rave bonds and the
others vvcro committed. Should the
prisoner bo found Kullty of the of
fence charged he Is liable to three
) ears' Imprisonment besides a fine of
STOCK ANDJOND BROKER.
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE.
Orders for the purchase or sale ot
stocks and bonds carefuly and prompt,
ly executed. Loans negotiated
Office Room 401, 4th floor, Stangsn
wald Bldg. Postofflce box 390; Tele
phone Main 331.
WILLARD E. BROWN.
W. A. LOVE. i
Halstead & Co.;
ON SUOAR SECURITIES
921 Fort Street.
Stock and Bond Exchange.
Tel. Main 133.
Cardinal Vaimbau Is said to have de
cided to pave tho new Westmlnstei
Cathedral with wood, Instead of with
marble, ns was flist Intended.
Chile has ordered 15,000 bnvonetK
from the Sollnisen Steel Walks, 1'ius
slu Tho weapons nro to be delivered
as Minn ts possible.
'I ho pIcklitR (ifllie lalsin nnd straw
berry ciops In California Is ulmnit ell'
tliely In thu huntls of the Chinese
The Ivory market bIioivb slgin of a
e'ciuly deeiense nnd the extinction of
tho suppl) U feared
Our name alone will be a guarantee
that your work will be ot the beat
New York Dental Parlors,
Room 4, Elite Building, Hotel Street
LADIBS IN ATTENDANCE1
Hours, 8 a. m. to 6 p. tu.
Sundays. 9 a, in. to 12 m.
DECKER, FERNANDES & CO.
Real Estate Agents.
We also mako a specialty of enlaiRlns
Office, eor South and KIiik Streets
I'. O "Box 321, 'Phono 252 Main
Design 7our own ledgers, cash
books, otc. If you pro undecided, we
will help you. That Is In our lino and
ho pmrK IS RIGHT, nt the EVEN
In White, Black
and : Colors : at
E. W. JORDAN
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