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KVENfNO BULLETIN. HONOLULU. IT. T., WEDNESDAY. MAR. 12, 1902.
YALE & TOWNE
WHITNEY & MARSH
65 Queen St.
PIANO taught, graduate Lclpslc Con
seratory. $5 month special atten
tion adult beginners. Address Mil
sic. thin office. 2093-lm
p n a m p, m.
COOK Wants position In hotel or res
tnurnnt, first elass and capable, rcf
crencei, and many years' experience
Aihlrcaa I.. A this office 2093
4 44 o jolt 6
S to it t) m,
6 oo it ci
6 1)1 6
Our stock of builders' hardware Is the most complete In
the city. Y. & T. goods nrc unlvcrsnlly known to he the
best. We nrc Hole Agents. The Young building uml new
Punnhou building tire being fitted throughout with these
goods. We hnve IN STOCK every vnrlety manufactured.
We carry both the dull brass and the old copper finish.
GOODS ALL OPEN TO IN8IM1CT10N.
E. O. Hall
GEO, A, MARTIN, Tailor, Boston Building.
.SUBJECTS IT TO LIEN
Accounts of Bemice P. Bishop Estate
Are Piled Returns of
Judge Gear, on motion of Assistant
-Attorney Oeneial i:. A. Douthltt. or
dered that the bond Id the sum ot
:UUO given by J. W Hull Indicted foi
rupu, to weenie bis appearance at thu
May ti'rm. be cancelled nml caused a
bench wnrrant to be lasucil for t lit'
arrest uf Hall until another kooiI and
sufficient bond hns been filed
Notice ot dalni of mateiinlmcu's
Hen hail been given uy Itnlstem lion
Works (a California corporation)
against J P. Mendnnca and Hawaiian
Iron Fence and Monumental Company.
The claim Is fur a bnlanee of $Snf tit
and upon a building at King and
.Smith streets. Honolulu.
Itctttrn of summons has been mado
lu thu Hiiit of lllshup k Co. against
Jl. I. Kvnns and K Mntsumoto on a
promissory note fot $1im ut 0 per
tent tier annum made October 2. Hint.
Morlhlro lias been summoned nt tile
unit of Ichliioshm PuKushlma for
$2000 damages for malicious prosecu
tion. Close upon tbe orders of Judge
Hiiinplin-jB scstcidas (nine huge
batches of accounts from the IJernlie
I. Illsliop trust.
A. W. Carter, treusuier of the Her
lilco I Illsliop IXato trustees, lendcr
il on account for the )ear ending
Juno 3i). 11)01 It shows receipts of
J285.lMu.S8 and disbursements or $2J."i,
I'OJ.IS, leaving a balumu or $29.133. 10
Aicompansing the arcoiints are re
ports of the iirinclpals of Kunichumc
lia Hoys' and dills' Schools, limine lal
nml statistical lepoit of trustees, In
cntory, etc. Values aru not Riven In
the Inventory for the hundreds of teal
estate holdliiKS. The personal prop
Hills receivable $ 4U.3UJ 00
Honda 41.851) on
OutstandlnK accounts . . . 11.523 uo
Cash balance 29.133 10
Total J1.11.S11 40
J. (. Kurla, by his attorney. J. M.
Vitas, makes answer of general denial
to thu complaint in ejectment of Kaplo
lanl K-tate, Limited.
James l'alkal. executor of the will nt
J, V. KealaKn, has filed an inventor)
howlng a valuation of the estate
(mounting to 207.5j.
Returns to Coast
Former Chief Engineer l'hllllH ot
Hie transport Warren returns to San
Francisco In the City of Peking this
Where To Get
The Best Liquors
Wo aio sole agents for the
following and they aru woi Id
known as tho, very best . .
AND O.P.S. WHISKEY
AND PROGRESS BEER
I DE TURK'S
CELEBRATED CAL. WINES
We wont your order for tnble
wines. We deliver them fieo
nt tho following prices
CLARET, SOc per gallon.
PORT, 8HERRY and MADEIRA
at 75c per gallon.
GOMES & MCTIGHE
93-95 King Street.
Telephone Main 140.
THE VON HAMM-YOUNG GO,,
The Lancashire Insurance Co.
The, IlaloUe Insurance Co.
Union Gas Engine Co.
Domestic Sewing Machine, Etc.
& Son, Ltd.
HI I JUNK
SCHOOL TEACHER TELLS
OF HIS EXPERIENCES
Forced to Eat Grasshoppers
Hunters not Far Away
Almost Ideal Climate
A letter from one of the teachers In
thu Philippines who passed thiough
here some time ago was i delved at
this (illlce bj the City ot Peking lust
night. Tho letter starts out with "1
will write sou a few lines to let sou
know 1 urn Mill la the land of the liv
ing," a surprising fact when It Is tak
en Into consideration that the writer is
Ine onl) white man III u Inncly place,
sui rounded b) nothing but natives
with a hostile clan of head-hunters not
far awn)." The letter goes ou to say.
"I am located In the north-central
p.ut of Luzon. In the province of lieu-
guet. This is In the wildest, mosti
pliiultlvc pait ot thu 1'hlllpplneH and
the life Is indeed u pioneer one. Ot
course, 1 am the uul) white man hcie
the nearest one to me being the teacher
at Daktan, a town six miles over u
ridge uf mountains.
"You must not Imagine that thls'ls n
town In any scute of the word. It is
nail) only a collection of nlpa huts,
miriounded on all sides by mountains
The Inhabitants the Igouotcs ale
distinct fiom thu Filipinos proper and
uic very pilmltive Indeed. They heve
no written language, understand im
Spanish, and have only u most primi
tive spoken language
' They aie not Chilstlans and have ai
most no leliginn nt nil, what little the)
have Is a sort of anrcstoi worship such
us thu Chinese Indulge In.
"lilce and camotes (sweet potatoo)
make up the chief food ot the peoplo
hut the) eut dogs, giasshoppeis, rata
and the like. The) are nothing but
domesticated savages. The absence ot
Mime In the mountains lias forced thu
people to till the soil tor their food.
"Onl) three class away from heie ale
tlic (llusolts the head hunters and
cannibals of Luzon. The) aie a branch
of the Igorrotcs and have conslsteutl)
refused to live at peace with any man.
At present, through fear ot the Ameri
cans, the Ilusoles have broken f hem
selves up Into bands of cuttle thieves,
unci to do not trouble us much.
"Ilenguet province has an almost
Ideul climate. Here In tue mountains
with pines on every hand, one can al
most Imagine himself lu some northern
state. The class ale mild and the
"In Journe)lng from the lowlands to
the mountains cine passes through
sciles ot zones of vegetation, changing
fiom the tree ferns, palms and mahog
any, to the pints, bcrilcs mid low
flirilbbeiy of the uoith temperate zeme
"I am situate d about sevents miles
fiom the wtst coast of Luzon To get
up here one must climb three moun
tain chains, cioss loarlng mountain
streams, and wind along by almost Im
"All of our food must come fiom tint
i oast on the backs of Igorroto curriers
who form the only means uf transpor
tation at present. It Is needless to
suy that we get but little food. Indeed
twice I have been reduced Jo eating
grasshoppers, and they aro not so baa
when one Is hungry.
"I nm hankering for another peep nt
Honolulu and may get thcro some day
I cannot ins how- long I will remain
A numbei of lacrosse pla)cis turned
out for piactlce of the gamo on thu
Muklkl giouiids sestercl.iy afternoon at
5 o'clock There will be practice again
tomorrow at the same tlmo and place.
The pluseis have decided to call a
meeting tomorrow night In order to
have a luciosso club organized uud us
It Is thought that many membcis will
Join this dub the new- gume Is pioli
nbls heie to stay.
Pensylvania Fire Insurance
Clms. T. Wilder,
6 4 II 4
jo I 18
10 45) 4 IO
First quarter of the moon on tno
Ifith at 11 43 n. m.
Tides from the United States Coast
and Geodetic Survey Tables.
The tides nt Kahulul and Hllo occur
nbout an hour earlier than at Ho
nolulu. Hawaiian Standard Tlmo Is lOh 30m
slower than Green wclli time, being
mat ot the meridian of 157.30. Tho
tlmo whistle ..ows at 1!30 p. m., whlcn
Is tho same as Greenwich. Uu Om.
Masters of vessels sailing from this
port for San Francisco will find thcrj
a branch of tho U. S. Ilydrographtc
uinco located in tho Merchants Ex
change, whero Is maintained for their
benefit free, of charge, complete sets
of charts and directions of tho world.
Latest Information can be obtained re
garding lights, clangers to navigation
nn dall matters of Interest to ocean
Tuesday, Mulch 11.
P. M S. S City of Peking, Smith,
from Hongkong, Feb. 19; Yokohama,
March 1. nt the channel wharf.
Wednesday, March 12.
CA. S. S. Aorangl, Phillips, from
S)dney and Hrlsbauc.
Tucsda), March 11.
Str. Wnlalc.tle. Plltz, for Walmea
Str. James Makee, Tullctt, for Ana
hola and Kllauca.
Schr. Kawnllanl, Moses, for Konlau
Str. Lehua. Napala, for .Maul ami
Str. Cl.tudlne, Parker, for Maul ports.
Stt. W. G. Halt, S. Thompson, for
P. M. S. S. City of Peking. Smith, fo
San Francisco; leaves channel v. halt
at 3 p. m.
From Hongkong and Yokohama, per
City of Peking. Mnich II For Honolu
lu I)r T. T Alexander; for S.in Fran-
rlsco A. II. Welch, Miss M. C. Winn.
Dr. II f Wyman, K. S. l-nrne, O. II
Hunt. P P. Gould. Rear Admiral L.
Kempff, F S. N; Mrs H. C. W)man.
II. (Ireatrex. Major C O Prendergnst,
II. St. .loan Knight, 12, Guy. J. D.
For Maul ports, per str. Clauellnc,
Mar. 11 T. M. Dotte, Mrs. i: II. Wodo-
house, Mr. Green. A. C. Alexander,
Mrs. K M.mee and daughter. Dr. Pratt,
ftcoigc Kannhoe, Mrs, Huntington,
Miss II Alio. It. Snklgarn. J FuJI)oshl;
lor Hsnn Itev. S. Inial; for Lahulna
II. T llii)HPlilen unci wife; tor Huolu
Mr Warner, P. F. Snyder.
For Knual poits, per str W 0. Hall,
.Mar 11 C. Sheckenwnld. Miss Muy
Ulce. Hpv II. Isenberg. Miss Hliza
Koebele, Stutal, Taroka, J M. Colli
son. A Knight, Col '.. S. Spanieling,
A W. Dow, A. O. Conea and wife, Mrs
Hnmamoto, S. Fujamoto, O. M At-
wood. Miss Mur) Peri). A. I) Mcllryde,
Clioy Sin, Lee Peny, A. (1. M. Robert
son, A. Weill and filcnd. W W. Illckei.
For San Fraiichco, per P. M S S
City of Peking, Murch 12, nt 3 p. m
W. II Phillips, Mr Smith, H. II. An
drews, J. M. Mcl.offerty, S A. Kuapp,
J. W. MaBOii, Wlllum 13, Sauer, Paul
Hater and wife. A, Johnson, wife unit
Infant, T. Knowles, I.. I, llliss Jr., U.
For the Orient, per S. S. Peru. March
12 Mrs. J. S. Minor, Mrs. I. II. Col
lins, W. II. Corbln. L. K. Tuttle.
For Canadian ports, per S. S. Aoran
gl, March 12 Mr. and Mis. G. C. Coul
son and child. Alfied Iletlot, Mrs. Thin.
Mrs. J. Is. Schaefer, It. I-niuout, Johu
Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. F. L. I.lthcrlund
and chllcl. Master O. C. Lltherland. II.
S. Tuttle, P. Ncllson, J. Hcnnen. A. T.
Jardlne, I). C Little. Mr. and Mrs.
John ThomiiB, Mr. and Mis. George II
Yale, It. Vincent. K M. Oltt. F II. Fei
IS', John Scott, James Iluinett, T. Hnl-
ler, Geoige Amleison, J. S, Walker.
NEW - TO-DAY
I'llncess Kawananakoa will hold nl
I'ualellanl," Wulklkl, a "Hawaiian
Reception Day on Friday, March Uth,
1902, from 3 to 0 p. m. 2092-31
ST. PATRICK'S DAY DANQUET.
TlikctB may bo obtained from C. J,
.McCarthy, C. F. Chllllngworth, W. F
Living, U II. Dee. Thomas 1. Dillon,
Guy Livingston, J. A. Hughes, J. C
U'liiin, Chailes McGonagle.
U Till: DISTRICT COURT OF Till?
UNITHD STATUS FOR Till-.
DISTRICT OF HAWAII.
In the Matter of M. Ushljima, Dank
nipt. In bankrupt!-)-.
To the creditors of M. Ushljima. of
Honolulu, In tho Island of Oahu, unci
c'.ihtrlcl nfoicsuld, a bankiupt.
Nolic" Is heiehy given that on the
7th day or Match, 19u2, the said M.
t'slilllinn was duly adjudged liankiiint:
and that the Hist meeting of his cied-
ItorB will bo held at my office, 33A S.
Kim street, in Honolulu, on the 27th
day or March, A. I). 1902, at 9 o'clock,
lu thu forenoon, at which time the said
eredltois may attend, prove their
claims, appoint a trustee, examine the
bankrupt, and transact such other bus
Iness as may properly come before
WM. S. FLHMINO.
Referee In bankruptcy.
Honolulu, March 12, 1902.
FOR SALE Lot 81 90 rect on lane
Just off mnuka sldo of Vlncjnrd St
near bridge, with a two storied
lodging house thereon, quite new and
built nt a cost of $1000. Apply to J
M Mousarrat. Campbell bll..
FOR SALE Kimiltitic of n six-room
house: reasonable. Address K. F. (.'.,
this office. 2093 tf
TO LET basement for storeroom En
quire 158 Hotel St. 2093-lw
L08T A chestnut filly, with largo
white star and stripe, brand 5 52.
Hownrd on return to C, J. McCarthy,
cor. Pllkol and Young Sts. 2093 tf
NEW - TO-DAY
CARD OF THANKS.
Chillies A Klbllng wishes to thank
his mail) friends foi their Itlndly help
nml sympathy during his recent be
renvement 2093 It
CARD OF THANKS.
Mrs. William Ailld. widow of the
late William Alibi, takes this means of
HinnMiig Hie many friends for flowers
and assistance dining her recent be
McBRYDE SUGAR COMPANY, LTD,
Notice is hereby given tbnt the All'
mini Meeting of the Mellrsde Sugar
Lciinpnny, Limited, will be held In As
semhly Hall, above the offices of Mes
srs. Castle & Cooke. Limited, corner
ot King and bethel streets. Honolulu
on Frldns. Mareii 27th, 1902, at JO
o ( loe l a. in.
At this meeting. In ndclltlnn to the
ntun' business to be transacted, the
matter of Increasing the bond Issue
will be considered.
The Stock Transfer Hooks will bo
(I lied between March 13th and 27th
F. M SWANZY.
Treasuter Mellrsde Sugar Com
Honolulu. March 12th 1902.
L093 Maich 13. I."., 19 22. 20.
IN Till: SUPRHMn COURT OF TIIK
TERRITORY OF HAWAII Octo
her Tcini, 1901. Amendment of
Rule 4 Rule 4 of the Supreme
Com t is nmended mi as to lead ns
4. Transcript of Evidence.
A suitable book shall be kept III the
office ol the lerk of the Supreme
Cou it In which any party. In person
or by attorney, deslilng for use on ap
peal, enor or exceptions n transcript
ot the notes of evidence taken by a
c unit stenographer In any case, mas',
after verdict or decision, enter bis
naine. the mime of the patty he lepre
sents, the title of the case, the date of
entry, nml the name ot the stenogra
pher. Tlie clerk shall toitlivvlth give mtlce
of such enliy to the stenographer who
took the notes of evidence In the inse.
The stenoginpher shall make and
furnish the transcript with nil reason
able dispatch In the order ot such no
tice unless otherwise directed by a
Justice of the Supreme Sourt or n
Judge ot a Circuit Court, nml shall
Jiotu on the trnnscilpt tile date upon
which it Is furnished or temleied and
thu name of the pel son to whom It Is
furnished or tendered; provided, how
ever, that In cases In which the stu-
nogiiiphci- is entitled to pa)iueut for
such tiauscrlpt, he may within five
days alter leeching sue li notlco le
quest In wilting the part) or his attor
ney, who mado the entiy, to deposit
tush, in furnish sccuilt), within ten
da)s nfter Bilch leipiest, sufficient to
cover the cost of such transcript, and
unless such request Is compiled with
within Bitch time, sucli entiy and no
tice will bo or no effect and the ste
nogiaphcr need not make such trans
cript; anil piuvlded fill thur that ulter
tho steiiogiapher shall luivo made uny
such transcript for which he is en
titled to pnyment he need not furnish
thu same until paid for.
In case a party. In peison or b) at
torncy. deslies to mnku oi piocuie n
trnnscilpt or cop) or the evidence with
out the nit! of the mint stenogiaphei
for use ou appeal, enoi or exceptions.
In- shall ohtulu. fiom a Clicult Juclgo
leave to lllu within n spec hied time
stub tiansirlpt or copy.
Unless sue It entiy Is made or such
leave Is obtained within ten dnss aRer
tlie filing or thu notice of nppeul, in
the wilt of en or n hill of exi options,
nml unless stub tiansciipt or copy ot
evidence Is filed within ten days aRer
It Is temleied by u f unit steiiogiapher
or within thu specified time when pin
(Hied without the aid of u comt sin
nogiaphei, sue.-h tianscrlpt in copy of
jvlileneo will pot be tonsldeied by tho
Supreme Court upon sue h appeal, erroi
Ily the Comt:
Honolulu, T. II., March 12, 1902.
TfMlW IN Hill. ID'S FUNERAL
KEV. W. D. RICE BELIEYES
HARD WORK NECESSARY'
Worker Was More Inconvenienced
By Rain Than By Rum-Advertised
Rev. W. H ttleo. the superintendent
oC thu Anti-Saloon Lt'-isus, returned
ou the last Klnaii from . .o. where he
in o operation with Rev. W. D. Wet
I. 've It. hns been conducting n temper
line e campaign. Mr. like states that
rail i ns aie plentiful In Hllo and that
i' uid cnnesH Is very prevalent. TIih
t'lcMent I'll) Is much lu need of ener
ytk temperance work. During his
rtny in Hllo. Mr. Rice was more In
ic iivenlenied by vvalci than lie was
b) the demon mm. ns the fierce rain
rtcim wlil h committed such ravages
in Hawaii broke out a few ua)8 ntter
his imlval. Thus' for Instance, he ad
Mtllzeil a downtown meeting five'
times mid flnnlly had to give up tho
M-a or holding It on account of the
A. It was. Mr. Rico mannged to
ipeak at many different places on ten.
peianec and Its value. On Sundn)
Match 2. he pleached In the morning
n tlie Foreign Church and In tnp
-veiling lu the Halll Church. Resides
this, he and Mr. Wesetivclt conducted
tcmpcinnce meeting lu the Chinese
Chinch the llo)s' Hoarding School and
m tlie Wnlakea Mission Mr Wester
velL who an heel In Hllo a week be
foie tlie anhal of Mr Rice, has car
lied on a number of meetings in
places outside of Hllo. He has had
suv era) meetings In native churches
and on one or two plantations. He
will remain in Hllo this week to cue.
Ilniie this wink.
MOANA HOTEL GUESTS
Mr and Mrs. It. Uagele)-lliiry. Lon
don; Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Warren
Ssdney; W. II. .Melneins'. I.. A
Chapman. M. G. Chapman, City; G
A. C. Smith, Sydney; Mrs. C. F. Oun
titer. Chicago; Miss Ueitha J. llnclga
lilpl, Cluittanoogn; Mrs, Hugene Field
(.iilcngo; A. J. Clark and wire. Geo
II. Tnslor nml wife, Denver; Mr. and
Mis. H. II. Sturges, Miss Sturges. Mr
mid Mrs. II M Doles, Miss Roles
Sriintou. Ph.; J. J. brown and wit
Mary Mulligan, Denver; Ily Koehler
and wire. Mis. A 1'rlester anil son
O. C Koehler. Davenport. In , IL A
I'lnklinm and wile. New Yoik. Mabel
Cooinbri, Geoiglann Caiden Marys
vjlle, Cu . I) W Williams, Samoa
L. It Tuttle. Mr mid Mis. George
l.ehner. San Fianlsco; WHfend Skaife
Moutieal: I). L. llliss Jr., T Knowles
O. W. Dickey. Paul M Miller. Mn.
F. Hvans. Wade Warren Tlinser, Clt) .
dipt. Thus. . Garllck, Lynn, Mass.
Mi. and Mrs. J, Alfred Magoon, A
Contlnhl. R Vnltcn, H. Stoop. 11
Glade, O Delllng, W. T. Schmidt
II. von Dninm. A, S. Luvlson, City,
Mrs, G. F. Hmory, W. C. Kmor)
I'lthbuig. Mass.; A, H. Tuttle. San
Finnclsco; Miss Angus, Flunk II, Atier
bah nml wife; George lions, Wallu
ku; T. C. Howell, Hawaii, (! Ses
(ilngliAiis, Denver; Cnrl Waldeyer. Wi
Judging fiom the teims of Admiral
Dewey's declination of the German
Ambassador's Invitation to meet
Prince Henry at dinner, tlie Adinlrnr
chief solicitude nt present, and for
some time to come Is uu to thu health
of Mrs. Dovvey Huston riuiald.
C. Brewer & Co.,- Ltd.
Queen Street, Honolulu, T. H,
Hawaiian Agricultural Co., Ookalc
Sugar Plant. Co., Onomca Sugar Co.,
Ilonomii Sugar Co., Wulltiku Sugar Co,.
Makee Sugar Co ,IIulcakala Ranch Co.
Tho l'lantets' Lino of San Frnnclsco
I'ncketB, Clias. Hi ewer & Co.'s l.inu of
LIST OF OFFICnilS:
C. M. Cooke, President; George
Robertson, Manager; V. V. bishop
Treasurer and Secretary: Col, W. F.
Allen, Auditor; P. C. Jones, II, Wo
terhouse and Geo. H. Carter, Directors.
Are the jperfeetlon of liat)e
In the now Strulght-front,
low bust, bias cut, French
Gored Designs. They glvfc
the new figure effect with
case and comfort.
Mi kl frxUi f .lll lull.n J
Daintily trlmmiJ In Vtlancltnnti M
Dna4 with wHaUbftn. UM
IW TO $IOJ PER PAIR.
ii'nJ ji ri
VERY LONG PROCESSION
TO NUUANU CEMETERY
Buried With Full Masonic Honors
Tributes of Native Hawaiian
Affection for Departed
One of the longest funeral proces
ilons ever seen in Honolulu accom
panied the body ot the late William J.
Auld to Its resting place In N'uuanu
cemetery. There were not many less
than a hundred carriages behind tho
hearse and the Masonic bodies ot Ho
nolulu made an Imposing escort in
The Impressive rites ot the ms'stlc
brotherhood were conducted In .Mason
ic Temple by Wallace R, Varrlngton,
Worshipful Master of Lodge le Progrcs.
Floral emblems covered the casket In
the lodge room and the bier was almost
burled in flowers contributed largely by
native Havvailans. Two floral kahilis
standing ou either side gavo a regal
effect to the scene. There was a large
attendance of friends of both sexes be
sides the brethren within the Temple,
night policemen acted as body-bearers
and a guard of honor, the honorary
sail-bearers bclne Prince David Kawa
nanakoa Attorney General Dole. Dr.
C II Cooper. Senator D. Kalauokalanl,
Hun. J O Carter and Clarence M.
Stationed opposite the Temple In
Alakea street the Government band
plased the Dead March In Saul while
the procession was forming and con
tinued the solemn strains while march
ing as far as Deretanla street. From
there the band rode In wagonettes,
playing again at the cemetery.
In the last rites at the grave tho
W. M. and other officers of Lodge lc
Progres were assisted by P. M. Wm. II.
Wright. W. M. Fred. Whitney of Ha
allan Lodge and W. M. Oscar White
of Pacific Lodge.
DURCKA AT ANAHOLA.
The steamer Eureka or the Globe
'Navigation Company arrived safely ut
Acahola )esterday morning and was
'cleverly and quickly moored In the
harbor there, Slio began taking sugar
ducm hair an hour after arrival and
Is expected back hero on Sunday to
complete her sugar. Blto will get 1200
tons ai Anahota, Under the conditions
oi tho weather existing at Anahola,
when the Kuieka atrlved there, she
ovprrlenced no difficulty whatever In
making the mootlngs nml getting jea
ns ror work.
The weekly edition of the Evening
Bulletin is the largest and best pub
lished In the Territory. 8ixteen and
twenty pages. $1 a year.
SATURDAY EVENING, MARCH
Grand Production ol a series of
Ancient Hawaiian History adapted
for the stage by the
PONOI DRAMATIC COMPANY
to bo presented in English by Native
Havvailans. A Melodrama In two acts,
The Lady of The Twilight
New Scenes New Costumes New Songs
A musical luterludo 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 50 cents. Box plan
at Wall, Nichols.
Wooden Buildings !
On Friday, March 14th,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At the premises, 10SO Richards St.,
half way between King and Hotel
Sts.. I will sell at Public Auction thf
Wooden buildings and Out-I)ullellngA
Terms Cash, U. S. Gold Coin; U
JAS. F. MORGAN.
65 Queen St
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