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EVENINO DULLETIN, HONOLULU, H. T., WEDNESDAY, MAIL 12, 1902.
The Hawaiian Souvenir Playing
THEY ARE HERE THEY ARE BEAUTIES
Appropriate ai prizes for card garnet. Suitable it gifts to friends
and relatives In distant parti.
Each ftrlt c. Mains flfthrco halftone engravings of the cholc
frst vlcwa if Honolulu, llllo and tlio principal points of 'merest in
the Islands. Back design of Kamehameha Statue In co'ors. Edges
In Gold. Double ena.nel surface, of the ery best finish. Large In
dexes make them suitable for nil card games. Telescope cases stamp
ed In Gold. Thcso 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 oer published.
RETAIL PRICE $1.00 PER PACK.
K2iX"nd WALL, NICHOLS COMPANY, Ltd. iT.it
J. Hopp & Company
Corner Kind anil Bethel 8tn.
if she buys groceries of us. If
she does she will tell you of re
liable goods, honest prices and
quick delivery all of which )ou
mny not be getting.
A visit to our store will show
its cleanliness, convenience and
An order by telephono will be
promptly attended to.
H. MAY & GO.
Tlio Popular Grocery.
22 TELEPHONES 24
Our Customers Like Our
Curry Powder I
They are satisfied that the
Ingredients used In Its
manufacture are the finest
obtainable and that you
will think so to i, when you
LEWIS & GO.
:. LEADINQ GROCERS. .:
1060 FORT STREET.
240 Three Telephones 240.
There Is Individuality about cyo
classes the same as dress Not every
one can be fitted with tho same clip
uud spring. Eye-glasses should be
made to tit thu rata becomingly and
a small featured person needs a small
cr lens than one with a broad face
i Wo fit each Individual, and take all
necessary euro without piling tho
A. N. SANFORD,
Doaton Dutlding, Fort Street
Over May & Co,
I isv he 55 i
-Very elegant stock, beau
tlfully finished In Oak and
-Mahogany. Both Parlor
-and Dining Room Chairs
-In great variety.
NEW BOOKS !
NEW BOOK LIST :
'Tho nights of Man," bj Br. Ljmau
ablcs for tho Talr," by Josephine
"Sir nichard Cnlmndy," by Maleh.
"Stephen Callnnrl," by Julian Sturgis
French Hovolutlon and IUIIglons"
(Reform), by Sloane.
"Schley and Santiago," by Graham
"Korna Gordyceff," by Maxim Gorky.
'. npno nnt nnlv uipn nf thp new
books, but wo have seventy times
seven Just as good and as interesting
J. M. WEBB,
Bookseller and Stationer.
Cosy rooms In'cotto&es
or main house w
without - board, - all
home comforts. I t I
H. DEE, Proprietor.
Take the car to Walklkl.
TIID DOZEN TOR
A pure, delicious and healthful
drink niadu fiom the Juice of Cali
fornia Grapo Fruit Nonalcoholic.
Delivered free at thirty cents doz.
TEL. MAIN Tl
Soda Water Works Co., Ltd,
AN HOUR IN THE MORNING
THE SAME HOUR EVERY IWORNINQ
or afternoon, given to dictation, will
keep your correspondence "cleaned
up." Try It a month.
J. D. AVERY, Business Correspondpnt
Regularity! Certainty' Despatch!
Tel. Main 76. 06:45. Elite Bldg
The Evening Bulletin, 75 cents
PLEASURES AT CLUB
MARRED BY DREDGER
Construction of New Slip Will Do
Away With Railway
Ycsterdnj the arrival of the foreman
for the (ontractots doing tha work of
dredging the new lllshop flip, brought
sorrow to the hearts of the Ilealanl
members who happened to be at tht
boat house In tho afternoon ns thev
ww the beginning of the end of their
pleasures In the vvatei wain he began
to lay tils marks tor the big drfdger to
j fO by.
1 Up to tills time the members of both
tho Myrtle and Ilenlnnt clubs luve had
full swing In tliat portion of the har
bor l)lng direct!) In trout of their
houses but the improvements belntr
mado by the lllshop Instate hne caused
many changes to take place In the lcl-
i nlty Th" Mrtlcs hail to moe their
, house awn) as It was on propertj ot
tho estate needed for the new slip. Tin
I Hcalants bplng on government lam!
'did not hao to move ns the) liae .1
j nine ears' lease still to run their
I house will not be molested for that
time. Within the past e.u, hovvcvci
severnl Improvements have been niadn
by tho Ilealanl club consisting of a
trnpeze stand and spring board and
also a marine railway for the accom
modation of the vachts This latter
extended to deep water so that It was
winnlilfl nt tntlntr tt.n lirnnot tl.l.tu
up. Just recently several hundred
dollars hive been expended on repair-
tng it so that It Is In first class condi
tion but within a fen months It will hi1
put out of use as the new harbor line
of the lllshop slip cuts ditcetl) across
it and the hack will have to bo torn
up. The new line also cuts Inside tho
trnpeze swing and springboard and
these grent Javs to the members will
have to be removed so that the dredger
will be able to get the water of a sum
lent depth to allow ships tn enter tun
slip. The biggest pontoon will also
have to be moved back
Now that the Mjrtles havo gotten
settled In their new location man) of
the Hcalanls bojs have been castlnp
covetous glances at the new position
of the old boathouse and wishing that
their club could also move to tin- new
locality where there will he friedoiu
fiom coal dust and till t and the noise
and bustle of a bus) waterfront With
the new slip In operation and coal ves
sels and steamers ditcharglng there,
tho trade winds which formerl) weru
to refreshing will be a great source of
nnnojancc to those using the Ilealanl
boat house ns the) will blow all tho
dirt from the new wharf direct!) upon
tho premises of the club.
Under the terms of the Ilealanl lease
the government, in case It wants to use
tho land upon which the Ilealanl house
is situated, has bound Itself to move
tho house and provide a new location
for It at no cost to the club In its
present situation and under former
exlstlug conditions the Ilealanl house
has always been thronged with mem
bers in the afternoons and Sunda)s.
Under the new order ot things If It re
mains where it Is, there Is a probabili
ty that unit 83 the members have tu gn
to the home for some special purpose
the) will not make it the popular
placo of lesort that It has been for
FIGURED IN COURT
From Hllo comes the following story
of a case in court which clcarl) Illus
trates how dearl) the sleeping clt)
values the quiet ot the night nnd that
it goes hnrd with the offender who dis
turbs the nocturnal slumbers ot the In
habitants, In the case ot the Territory of Ha
waii vs. T Andrade dc Mattos which
was tried before Judge Hapal, the de
fendant was charged with common nui
sance by keeping a laige number ot
cattle. Knur witnesses testified for the
prosecution Tho first dcclured that
the cow had the most nefarious habit
of bellowing onie a night The second
witness could not on oath testlf) that
ho hud heard the cow bellow once Final
!y the last two witnesses two Porto
Illrans, swore that the cow had once
rubbed itself up against the wall of
their palatial domicile
That the nuisance created hereb)
must have been n er) grievous one is
shown by the fact that It was suniclent
to cause these two gentlemen to maka
the most unusual illspla) nf energy liv
quitting their restful touches and
chasing the offensive bovine awa).
Upon this testlmon), the Judge found
tho defendant guilt) of keeping a com
mon nuisance His honor said that
while he could see no harm In the bel
lowing of n cow which on tho contrary
alwa)s reminded him of the singing In
a church and made him feel supremely
happy, ho opined that no cow should
tub up ugnlnst a house, whereupon he
found defendant guilty.
CIIAMIJtm OP COMMURCC.
The Chamber of Commerce will
meet this afternoon at 2 01 lock in thei
room above Castle &. Cooke's office's
Among tho reports will he one from
Walter Wcedon on his recent leeture
tour In thu States and the results
thereof Mr Wcedon will recommend
that this be made a permanent feature,
us he believes that n man stu)lng In
tho Stntcs lecturing on these Islands
will do more gnud for Hawaii than an)
amount of ndvcrtlslug
Mrs Charles Athertoii has sent out 11
large number of Invitations fin an af
tcrncon te.i to meet Mlas G-acc Cooke
Tic tea will take place on Ihiirsda)
' "mrn it ( his Cuoke s King sti cot
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Weather Bureau I'unahou, March
12 Tcmperntme Morning minimum
G1, Mlildaj maximum. SO.
Ilarometer at 9 a m HO 0C Itlslng
Rainfall 0 00
Dew 1'olnt fid'
lltimldlt) at 9 a m 72 per cctnt
Diamond Head Signal Station M.tich
12 Weather clem , wind fiesk Nil
Cliailes A. Klhllug ban n card of
thanks In today's Ilullctln
A card of thanks from Mrs William
Auld appeals In another column
rurnlture of a six room houso for
sale cheap See nil In New Today
C J McCarth) has Inst a horse for
the return of which a rcwaid Is of
fered Sec Lost column.
Piano lessons given b) nn experienc
ed Instructor, graduate of I.elpslc Con
servator) Sec ad In New Today
The program for Madam lllshop's
concert at tha Art League Saturda)
afternoon will bo published on Krlday
Latest creations in the millinery
world will bo exhibited at the Ulster
opening tomorrow nt Sachs I)r) Goods
Co, all are cordially Invited
Bourbon Whiskey, G years old, $3 SO;
Claret, BO cents, Sherry and Tokay, 75
cents a gallon at Hoflschkicger (Jo.'s,
Invitations arc out for an afternoon
tea given b) Miss Carrie Oilman at J
II Athcrton's Pacific Heights residence
on Saturda) afternoon between 3 and
Dr. Knapp. the official of the I' S
Agricultural Department will leave In
the City of Peking this afternoon
I'pon his arrival In San Krnticlstn he
will proceed to Washington direct
The schooner Futinlu Allele, which
was formerly tn the Island trade nr
rived at Oram's Harbor on tne lllu
lust after a trip ot twenty eight days
from this poit She met with very
tempestuous weather but reached port
rate and sound
At the next meeting of the Iteseuich
Chili there will be a consideration ot
the financial status ot the Terrltor)
mid what mil) be expected Irom the re
sources of the country In the near fu
ture .1 11 Athciton will talk ou the
financial conditions in tho Territory
at tho present time and K W. Shingle
will discuss the piospccts for the
)oung business man The meeting will
bo held on Krlday evening March 21,
at the icsideme of the Itcv W M, liln
cald Thuistou avenue
Another mysterious death has or
ci rred on Kauai. This time a sailor
of the Iwulnnl, Klpl. was found dead
on the beach at Walmva under circum
stances which lead the authorities to
believe that there has been foul nlnv.
On Saturday during the afternoon I
wntcli, Klpl was reported missing
fiom tho steamer. A search for him
on shore failed to locate him He was
last tren by severnl of his mates quite
drunk. On Sunday afternoon his body
was found on the beach, where ft had
apparently been washed by the waves.
While murder Is suspected, there
nro good grounds to hello vu that Klpl
attempted to swim out to the vessel
trom the bench and wnB drowned. Sev
eral of his mates will be taken to Ka
ual this afternoon where an Investlga
tlon will he held In an endeavor to
ureertaln the cause of the sulloi s
When 'Gene Fields'
Verses Came Back
At the outset of his lltenir) career,
Eugene Field like ever) uthei joung
writer was making strenuous efforts
to get before the public and tho bank
counter Afcr writing a number of
short stories and character sketches,
the majorlt) of which we e 1 ejected h)
tho publishers, ho tried li's hand at
vcrbc nnd wrote some clever 1 01 ins.
Some of these poems he submitted to
the editor ot a Suiithi) n wsrapcr
which always contained a column ot
verse contributions. One b) one the
poems came back, but tilth lejtctlon
was invariably softened b) 111 encour
aging note trom the editor, who retog.
nlz'U 111 Field a future cclebrll)
"I like this editor," Field used to say
to his friends, "on account of Ms en
coifrugng letters. He seems to vant to
help me.lf possible, to whatever promi
nence I inn capable of attaining Thcso
HUiiot)r(l printed notes with which
the other editoii and puhllshe-t) in
Jiit oiioi manuscripts drive mn nun
'I hey are like the polite consideration
ot tlie Indiana hangman, who used to
ul 1 loach 11 victim on his wa) 'o i'ic
hitfiold ami say that he regretted vcrj
u uch the part he had to play In the
t.vcuitlon and hoped thai some tithe
tln.e he might have ,1 chance to do
I:. ill a good till a."
Km twinged by the kin! letteu from
IIk editor of the Sundav newspaper
Field vvorke-d diligently and was llually
1 cu aided h) seeing one of his po-r.ii
head the column ftf veise He bought
sevvral copies ot the paper and nnt
them to his friends Afte a f"w la)s
waiting he wondered why the c'lt-vk
In p.i)inent feu his poem Jid nut 111
rlve After 11 few days more hli vvoii
der increased and he wrote) to the edi
tor to please foivvard thu noiitunrliim.
He received piomptly .1 pcllte unto
from the encouiaglng editor, relet
ting that Mi Field did not Intimate
when submitting hlu poem that he ex
pected payment fin It "it Is a stand-
I Ing rule of this paper," the letter con
tinued, not to p.i) for veisc contri-
1 but Ions I thought )Oii k'levv that,
tdse I should have ictiiimd )ur
FIiIiI'h re il was shiut and to he
I point 'I did not know thut )our
I weekl) column of verse was 1 mnwl
of cliarlt) contributions Upon rent
ing the greutt 1 pail of the initio
which It roiitulm, however I s' mid
advise you to adlurt to Join Hatuting
lull. Ah I had been elciliidi n Into tie
belief that what was woith ,i'i i'l hlug
was woith pa)lng fin I triwi thii von
will forgive ni) mention of morty '
DO YOU REALIZE
That when )ou bti) n HANAN SHOE that )ou get exception
al value' That )oit are not experimenting but hii)lng an
established guaranteed shoe' That HANAN'S leputntlon for
good shoe making Is well known?
Then why experiment with doubtrul uncertain shoes
when )ou can bti) a HANAN?
...MclNERNY SHOE STORE,..
unci upwnt-ilM for tin
Sacrifice- pilces Tor a short time
Goods nil plainly marked and ells
played In our windows
No More Dread
of the Dental Chair
TEETH EXTKACTED AND FILLED
ABSOLUTELY WITHOUT PAIN by
our lato scientific method applied to the
gums. No sleep-producing agents 01
Thcso aro tho only drntal parlors In
Honolulu having PATENTED APPLI
ANCES and Ingredients to extract, fill
and apply gold crowns and porcelain
crowns undectccable fiom natural teeth
and warranted for ton years, WITH
OUT THE LEAST PAIN. All work
done by OUADUATKD DFNT1STS of
from 12 to 20 years' experience, anr
each department In charge of a Special
1st, Give us a call, and you will find
us to do exactly as we advertise. We
will tell you In advanei exactly what
your vork will cost ay a FREE EX
AMINATION. get Teeth 6S.00
Gold Crowns $5.00
Gold FllllnfiK $I.OO
Silver Fillings SOe
Our name alone will be a guarantee
that your work will be of the best.
New York Dental Parlors,
Room 4, Elite Ilulldlng, Hotel Street
LADIES IN ATTENDANCK
Hours, 8 a. m to C p c
Sundn)s. 9 a m to 12 m.
NEW YEAR WELL
fly having j our photo
taken. My work In
of the highest quality
J. J. Williams,
Take elevator tn Boston Block.
Set of 5 maps, $2.00
SO CENTS EACH
n sale at ofhee ot . . ,
TUB . . .
The weekly edition of the Evening
Bulletin Is the largest and best pub
llthed in the Territory. Sixteen and
twenty pages. $1 a year.
of bti) Ing while showing )ou our
handsome stock ot German
We aro pleased with our
stock nnd are sure )ou will be
pleased also I.lncrustn makes
a beautiful and Inexpensive
wainscoting for homes, oflkcs,
stores and lodge rooms.
Come and let us show )nu the
goods It will be a pleasure to us
LEWERS & COOKE,
816 Fort Street,
Honolulu, T. H.
1 lav Hand Ware
Victor Safe & Lock Co
Ideal lteady Mixed
Improved Stono Filters
And the Sleel Aermotor.
Trumbull & Beebe's
Flower and Vegetable Seeds
Awarded Cold and Silver Medals Paris
llenutlfiilly Illustrated catalogue
mailed free on application.
TRUMBULL & BEEBE
SEEDSMEN AND NURSERYMEN.
419-421 Sansome St.
San Francisco, California.
Design 7our own ledgers, cash
books, etc. If you pro undecided, wo
will help you. That Is tn our line and
the rillCB IS TtlQHT, at the EVEN
I IB " "CNs5owafcCSS
In White, Black
and : Colors : at
J. H. FISHER
Stock and Bond Brokers.
FIRE ASSOCIATION, of Philadelphia
WESTERN ASSURANCE CO, of To
Offices Stanoenwald Bldg. H"
chnnt Street Tel Main 33
HONOLULU STOCK GXCHANOC
Honolulu, March 12, icyai
NAME OF STOCK I pjfd'np I? Blll,k'
C. Bffwf A Comptny looowc loo l
NS SichlDG CoL'1 tofloo
L B. Ktrt It Co., Ltl too.ooo K
Ewi Plantation Co ... )ooo,ooo to )) ) ,
HawiHinArrlcutturalCo i,ooo,ooo loo . -t
Hawaiian Com &Su Co ' fl.ltt.750 too
Hawaiian Suear Co I 1000,000 o . ... tr
Hononu Sugar Co ?Joo too it)
Nonokaa Sugar Co tooo,ooo ao . . u
Haiku Sugar Co ' $00 000 too
Kahuku Plantation Co 500,000 oo tt tt
Klbl Plant Co IM, 1,050.000 Y
Klpahulu Sugar Coy.. 160.000 too .. t,
KotoaSutarCo oc,ooo too.... 155
Mc6rydtSuCo..Ll 1 oo,ooc o s)i.
O.huSugarCo, 1 Ooo 000 loo oo ,
Ovotnta Sugar Co 1.000000 to t)
Ookala Sugar Plan Coi 500000 ao . 1 3
Olaa So Co . LtJ at I ' Ks 000 o .
Olia Su Co LI J r J tip , 1 500 000 oo j itf
Olowald Con-rany 150000 loo . I tp,
Paauhau Su Plan Co ) 000,000 50 I .
Pacific Sugar Mill joojioo too. ... tt,
Pala Plantation Co tso,ooo too
Ptt-rrkeo Sug.r Co . 750000 loo irt
Pionrtr Mill Co tasooon loo Si
Ploncr Mill Co Atvct 500000 loo
Walatua Agn Co 4500,000 too 51
WaltukuSugarCo 700,000 100
WalminatoSugar Co a5,ooo too ife .....
Walmra Mill Co Its 000 loo
WltJrr Strainttilp Cn no 10o .. . tto
Intrr-lttanJ Stram N Co Zeoo too . .. M
Hawaiian Ltxtrlc Co ooooo too t
Hon KarUT & L Co Ho'oo loo .. i
Mutual Trier-hone Co ttaoao to 0
O.Mlrty&l. Co . .ooo ,00 . ...?
Pfoplt 1 lit (V R I e Co tooo ioo
Tint National Hank
rirtt ASllanic&TCu , ........ ..."
Hawaiian Gov 5 prr cnt
H1I0 RR Co 6 prr cent m
Hon RaplJ Trantlt
L-wa PUntat n 6 per cent
Oahu R & L Co per c tat. .
Oahu Plantation 6pc
Olaa Plantation 6 p. c
Walatua Agrlcul 6p e
Sales 93 i:wa 21 37 I-I
The Mitlle-Illma Athletic Club will
begin Its regular baseball practice this
afternoon nt li o clock on the Maklkl
grounds The regular practice davit
will he decided h) the boird of dlrtc
tors In the near future
A monument to I'aMeur !s to bo
t n t It tl In a few months nn the Square
de la Sorbonne Statistics by rlt)
mi (Ileal authorities show that slnro
the first application of I'astoiir's antl
rabies treatment 2G.1C5 persons bitten
by mad dogs have been treated at the
Paste ur Institute and out of these all
hut 107 recovered. Thus in sixteen
)enrs In Paris alone more than 2'iOfto
persons have been saved through Pas
The United States has 3310 million
aires Albert Raas
STOCK AND BOND BROKER.
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE.
Orders for tho purchase or isle ot
stocks and bonds carefuly and prompt
ly executed, Loans negotiated
Office; Room 401, 4th floor, 8Ungen
wald Dldg, Postofflce box 390; Tele
phone Main 331.
WILLAIID E. DROWN.
W. A. LOVE.
FRANK IIAL8TEAD. j
Halstead & Co!;
ON SUGAR 8CCURITIE.
921 Fort Street.
Stock and Bond Exchange.
Tel. Main 133.