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--- Ay y - f EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU. 11, T THURBDAY, MARCH 13, 1902. -- -j
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The Hawaiian Sou
THEY ARE HERE
appropriate at prizes for card names. Suitable at glfti to friends
and relatives In distant parts.
Each perk c.ntalns flttyilirco half-tone engravings of the cholc-c-M
views j,f Honolulu, llllo ami tlio princlpnl points of "Merest in
the Islands. Hack design of Kamehnmeha 8tatuo In co'ire. Edges
In Gold. Double enamel surface, of the very best finish. Large In
doxes make them suitable for alt card games. Telescope, cases stamp
ed In Gold. These cards are manufactured by the United States Play
ing Card Co., who havo spared no pnlns In making them the finest
scenic pack of cards over published.
for anlc by
: J. Hopp & Company
a Corner KlnJl and Bethel 6ts.
If she buys groceries of us. It
alio does she will tell you of re
liable goods, honest prices nnd
quick delivery all of which you
may not be getting.
A visit to our store will show
Its cleanliness, convenience and
An order by telcphono will bo
promptly attended to.
H. MAY & GO.
The Popular Grocery
22 TELEPHONES 24
Our Customers Like Our
Curry Powder I
They arc satisfied that the
Ingredients used In Its
manufacture are the finest
obtainable and that you
will think so tob when you
LEWIS & CO.
:. LEADINQ GROCERS. .:
1060 FORT 8TREET.
240 Three Telephones 240.
There Is Individuality about eye
glussea tho same as dress. Not every
one can ho fitted with tho same clip
and spring. Kye-glasses should be
made to tit the faco becomingly and
1 a small featured person needs a small
if lenH than one with a broad face.
Wo (It each individual, and take all
necessary care without piling the
A. N. SANFORD.
Ooston Building, Fort Street
Over May & Co.
I Ey E 51SS I
i .: wffv. mil in ii ha in ammota n
THEY ARE BEAUTIES
$1.00 PER PACK.
COMPANY, Ltd, L
-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," by Dr. Lyman
tables for the Fair," by Josephine
'Sir Illchard Calmady," by Maleh.
"Stephen Callnarl," by Julian Sturgis.
"f'rench Revolution anil Religions"
(Reform), by Sloane.
"'Schley and Santiago," by Graham
"Forna Gordyceff," by Maxim Gorky.
'nieso aro only seven of the new
books, but we have seventy times
seven Just as good and as Interesting.
J. M. WEBB,
Bookseller nnd Stationer.
Cosy rooms In cottages
or main house with or
without - bonrd, - all
home comforts. I t I
Take the car to Walklkl.
TUB DOZEN FOR
A pure, delicious nnd healthful
drink madu fiom the julco of Cali
fornia 0 rape Fruit Non-alcoholic.
Delivered frco at thirty cents doz.
Soda Water Works Go,, Ltd.
AN HOUR IN THE MORNING
THE 8AME HOUR EVERY fyiORNING
or afternoon, given to dictation, will
keop your correspondence -"cleaned
up." Try It a month.
J. D.' AVERY, Business Correspondent
Regularity! Certainty Despatch!
Tel. Main 78. 9 6;45. Elite Bldg.
The Evening nulletln,
75 cents per
ROUGH EXPERIENCES AT
Off Coast of Hawaii-Ka Moi Had
Worse Time Than Charles
Levi Woodbury or
This morning three of the largest
rrhnnners of the mosquito fleet sailed
In through the channel almost togeth
er They were the Charles Levi
Woodbury, the Ka Mol nnd the Con
cord. Thfy all came from 'the big Isl
and where they hne had diverse ex
periences with the storm w hleli played
Filch havoc on Hawaii,
The Woodbury left this port on
Tuesday of tho week before last and
bad fine weather during the entire trip
down until she was off llllo on Thure
day Here the storm strurk her and
as the weather thickened to such an
rxtcnt that land could not he mi'il' out
the steamer had to stand en until Sat
urday morning v. hen she picked up
land and went Into llllo Ilaj. Still her
troubles were not over. The weather
Inslilo the bay left much to be desired
and sho had to hao three anchors out
to hold her. Kcn this was not quite
enough and she dtngged her anchors
otixldcrably on sccral occasions.
The mate of the Woodbury report
that the bark Roderick Dhu. which
was lying in llllo at the time, also
dragged her anchors. No freight could
he landed until Friday and It all hud to
In- landed by boats ns'lt was too rough
tu allow vessels to go near the wharf.
On Tuesday, March 11, the Woodbury
finally -Kot awny from llllo and made
the trip to this port In 46 hours. Sho
brings a cargo of cord wood and 33
uhvi of wine.
The schooner Concord was bound for
Paaullo on the Hamakua coast but
when tho vessel arrlicd there Captain
Sum found the neither so rough that
L derided to run on to llllo. Here tho
sihooner lay for nine days lu tho
t-oubled waters of the bay. She drag
ged her anchors once or twice but was
'omfortablo otherwise, till until Sat
urday morning of last week, when tin'
storm had abated and sho could ven
ture outside. She had besides tho
freight for I'aaullo which had been
pidked up In llllo. She arrived at I'aa
ullo on Saturday morning and landed
her freight In good order, lcailng tor
Honolulu Tuesday forenoon.
The schooner Ka Mol bad the rough-
'st trip of the lot. When she arrived
at I'aaullo the weather was very rough.
The Concord was there and Captain
Sam of that vessel advised Captalu N'l
pa of the Ka Mol to go w ith him to lll
lo for shelter. Nlpa decided to brave
out the storm at I'aaullo. however, and
let go three anchors. The schooner
braved the tcrrlblo weather for four
days. Then a sudden squall broke all
her three lines nnd for little while,
the schooner wus In great danger ot
being thrown against the steep blurts
oj tho shore. She managed to get out
to sea in the nick of time, however,
whereupon Bhe ran round Opolu point
to Mnhukona for shelter. At Mahu
hona sho stacd for three or four days
until tho .Vrm on the other side hail
abated. Sho arrived at Faaullo on
Sunday nnd loaded her freight, leading
for Honolulu Tuesday afternoon at 4
o clock .
Madame Genevrn Johnstoui'-Ulshop
will glvo a faicwell concert lu tin
Opera House Monday evening ii'U un
der the auspices of the Iluckcyp Club,
tho proceeds to go toward swcllhii; the
McKluley memorial fund. TI1I1 object
Is a most worthy one and, coupled wltli
the fact that Madame Bishop Is by far
the very best singer who ha ever loine
to the Islands, there should he a very
large attendance at the concert Mon
The program will be an excellent on
and will undoubtedly please everyone.
Tickets will bo one dollar, tevcnty-flvu
nnd fifty cents. These may be had o:
tho members of tho Iluckeyo Club and
at tho Ilergsfrom Music Co. The re
served scats which will he given In ex
change, will be on sale at the Wall
CIIAMUBi: OI COMMIiltCIi.
At a meeting of the Chamber of
Commerce held jesterday afternoon, .1.
II, Atherton, chairman of the commit
tee appointed on the question of ask
Ing for rcderal aid In cleansing th
rlty, reported at some length. The
recommendation of the committee was
mat ulTuIrs be left as they wero for the
present ns there was no immediate
emergency or cause for alarm. All
that was possible was being done with
the exception that the Iloaid of Health
was falling Bhort In carylng out all
they wished through the lack of J500
a month with which to pay new liiHpec
tors and be able to work the big fumi
gating sulphur plant In case of need.
CENTRAL UNION QUARTBT.
Central Union church has selected
tho following as members ot tho paid
quartet for which arrangements have
been pending for some time: Mrs. A
H. Otis, soprano; Mrs, 0. M. Whitney,
contralto, C. A. I.IMon, tenor, ami
Isaac Dillingham, baH. this p.ilu
quartet began Its woik last Sunday.
The volunteer choir will continue in
Its present form and Mr. Ingalls will
still he the organist.
After n residence of over thlrly
years lu Hawaii, Goo Klin is retiring
from business, having hold his Milli
on Nutianu street. During the rest of
thlK month ho wilt dispute of tho re
mainder of his stoik nt wonderfully
low figures, many ot thu goods being
bold below cost.
II. W. Foster. Jeweler, IBS Hotel St.
A position Is open for n first-class
canvasser. See ad. In New Today.
Dourhnn Whiskey, 6 years old, $3.50j
Claret, 60 cents; Sherry nnd Tokay, 75
cents a gallon at Hoffschlaegcr Co.'s
A reception was given by Mrs. Cor
nelia Damon at her homo on Thurs
ton nvonuo yesterday afternoon. Quite
a number of society ladles woie pres
There will bo a sen Ice In the Gos
pel tent on Fort Btreet. near Hotel.
nt 7:30 o'clock this evening. Rev. W.
M. Klncnld of Central Union Church
The Hawallans who are to give the
performance In thu Opera House Sat
urday night, will have a rehearsal this
afternoon, A dress rehearsal will be
held tomorrow night at the Opera
.las. 1'. Murgan advertises a flno lot
of newly arrived California potatoes,
a miscellaneous lot of books nnd a
large assottment of household furni
ture on sale at his rooms March Hth.
at 10 a. m.
The adjourned meeting of tho Inter-
Island Telegraph Company, Limited,
stockholders will bo held In Castle A
Cooke's hall tomorrow (Friday).
March 1 Ith. nt 3:30 p. m. A full at
tendancu of ail stockholders Is re
quested. A Chinaman employed by n tnro hi
lu I'auoa rallcy was very bully lipafn
by a counle of natives ytr.tcrd.iy. Tin
Chinaman stated at the pollnj station
that the natives wero In tho h.ihlt of
taking tnro from the patches over
which he had supervision nnd that
when he remonstrated, tlicy ir.U I Im.
There was quite a little excitement
nt the police station between 10 nnd
11 o'clock this morning. A Japanese
w testier arrived on the scene and
walked up to Deputy Sheriff Chilling
worth to tell him something. After
having communicated what ho had to
say, Mr. Chllllngworth turned to III
cycle rntrolman rnrker, who was
standing nenr, and Jokingly Bald that
he had better wreBtle with tho Japan
Parker started out Into tho street
and the officers who were standing
nenr watched with some interest. The
Japanese followed hut Parker, Instead
of stopping, kept on going until he got
near the corner of Merchant and Nuu
ami streets, when he turned to the Jap
anese and naked. "Hurry up; where
Is stills man you want arrested?"
The latter, having understood vvhnt
Mr. Chllllngworth had said about
wrestling, and having gone into the
street for no other purpose than to
throw Parker If possibly, assumed the
Japanese position, crouching near the
crouml for a spring.
Parker did' not seem to understand
what the whole thing meant, and ad
vanced closer to tne Japanese, sun
denly the latter" made a Jump, caught
Parker around the neck nnd began a
struggle. The pollco officer 'was en
raged at this apparently uncalled-for
attack and ho started In to do a little
himself, lifting tho Japaneso off his
ftct and throwing him on tho ground.
At this point, Mr. Chllllngworth
rushed up and stopped tho contest.
Parker turned and asked: ' Didn't you
tell meJo go with this man and arrest
another?" Nothing was said hut a
ehnrui of laughs went up from the as
oemblea officers. The Japanese wants
The Golden RuTfi Uuzaar on Ifutcl
street was entered last night by rob
bers. Tho plunder taken Included nbout
$7.60 In the cash drawer, somo silver
spoons and leather purses Entrance
wus made thiough the tear transom.
Theic Is no clue to the robbers,
JUDGE LITTLE'S TRIP
Judge Gilbert F. Little ot llllo was
i passenger In the City of Peking for
San Francisco. Judge Little gocB to
his old homo In western Pennsylvania
on business connected with a private
estate. His stay in the East will bo
HliLUN BKBVVCR CAK12.
Collector of tho I'ort btnckablc has
received from tho Treasmy Depart
ment a letter with reference to tho
lining ot tho master of the Helen
llruwer, tho master of which vessel
was lined by il.o Collector under tho
'"ir nny vessel, enrolled or licensed,
shull proceed on a foreign voyage,
without (Irst giving up hor onrollmcnt,
Hid I In life to tho collector of tho
dlrttrlct comprohcndlnfevtho port from
which sho Ii about to proceed on such
voyage, and being duly registered by
Mich collector, ovory such vessel, to
gether with her tacklo, apparel and
lumlture, and the mcrrhnndlso so im
potted therein, shall he liable to seiz
in and forfeltuio."
The letter received by tho Collector
itiih In part an follow n:
"Thin Department Is In reielpt of
our letter dntcd Kehruaiy lulh, trans
mlttliirf for Its Informatlnil correspond
once relntlvn to thn American ship
Helen Ilrewor, which piocecded from
New ork to niir port under enroll
ment and failed to exhibit n certified
list.. If the vessel touched at n for
eign poll, it Is probable that tho courts
would apply section 455 IT. S."
KNOWS NOT NAME
OF I1IS SERVANT
(Continued from page l.f
tight? If It wan an neeldi'iit what
ivte the clrcumstnnceH. and who aro
tlv people In Honolulu or clsewhero !
If any, who know nnj thing of tho!
strange death? These nre the ipies
Hi. us wlui h still remain unniiHwi'icd.
'I he licilalii deseiter theory Is tin- only
our Hint icmnliiH iinopliid, and j
HlQoiulli Id may lurn up nnd laugh even
this theory to sunn.
The polite will offer a reward of'
oOO Tor Information lending to the
RluariiiK tip r Jho cilntf. ir n i rime has
That when you buy a HANAN SHOE that you get exception
al value? That ou are not experimenting, but buying an
established, guaranteed shoe? That HANAN'S reputation for
good shoe-mnklng Is well known?
Then why experiment with doubtful, uncertain tfnoes
when you can'buy a HANAN?
nnej upward- for ntn
Sacrlflco prices for a short time:
Goods all plainly marked and dis
played In our windows.
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ABSOLUTELY WITHOUT PAIN by
our late scientific method applied to the
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Honolulu having PATENTED APPLI
ANCES and Ingredients to extract. All
and apply gold crowns and porcelain
crowns undectecablo ftom natural teeth
and warranted for tin years, WITH
OUT THE LEAST PAIN. All work
dcuo by ORADUATED DENTISTS of
from 12 to 20 years' experience, an
each department In charge of a Special
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us to do exactly as we advertise. We
will tell you In advance exactly what
your work will cost ay a FREE EX
AMINATION. Set Teeth 85.00
Gold Crowns 65.00
Gold Fllllnfis $I.OO
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Our name alono will be a guarantee
that your work will be of thn best
New York Dental Parlors,
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LADIKS IN ATTKNDANCP
Hours, 8 a. m. to C p, n.
Sundays, 9 a. in. to 12 m.
NEW YEAR WELL
By having your photo
token. My work Ik
o! tho highest quality
and prices reasonable
J. J. Williams,
Tnke elevator In Boston Block.
Set of 5 maps,
SO CKNTS EACH
In sale at office ot , . .
THE . . .
The weekly edition of the Evening
Bulletin Is th lamest and ht nuh.
Bhed In the Territory. Sixteen and
twenty pages. $1 a year.
816 Fort Street,
Victor Safo & I.ock Co.
Ideal Ready Mixed
Improved Stone Filters,
And the Steel Aermntnr,
Is that on tho wall at the pres
ent tltno streaked or spotted?
Una It become a trifle rusty?
Don't you think n new covering
of a pretty 1902 design would
brighten the rooms up a hit?
Just take a look about tho
walls, then come and bco our
linndHomc stock. Don't decide
until you have seen It.
LEWERS & COOKE,
TrcE'asii: & Beebe's
Flower and Vegetable Seeds
Awarded Gold and Silver Medals Paris
Beautifully illustrated catalogue
mailed free on application.
TRUMBULL & BEEBE
8EEDSMEN AND NURSERYMEN.
419-121 Sansome St.
San Francisco, California.
Design 7our own ledgers, cash
books, etc. If you pro undecided, wo
will help you. That is in our lino and
the riUCD 13 ItiailT. at the EVEN
In White, Black
and : Colors : at
J. H. FISHER
Stock and Bond Brokers,
FinE ASSOCIATION, of Philadelphia.
WESTERN ASSURANCE CO, of Tt
Offices Stanaenwjsld Blda M
chant Street. Tel. Mali 33.
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANQE
Honolulu. March i), iw
NAWr Ot STOCK
C. Brewer AConpanr..;
l.B. Km fc Co,, Ltd..
fi PtanUtlnn Ctt ....
I, boo ,000
Hawaiian Mm.K Mi 1.0
Hawaiian Sugar Co .. .
Hooorou Sugar Co ...
ion oki a sugar io ....
Haiku Sugar Co
KatiQku Plantation Co
Klhl Plant Co..ltJ, ..
Klpahulu Sugar Co ..
Koto a Sugar Co
Ohu Sugar Co .
Ookala Sugar Plan. Co.!
Ola su. Co.. lu.. ail
OlaaSuCo LtJ pJupj
Paauhau Su, Plan Co
Pacific Sugar Mill,
Pala Plantation Co
PpfVe Sucr Co ..
Pioneer Ml Co.
Pioneer Mill Co Astei
Wtlilua Agri Co .. .
WallukuSugarCo . ...
Wa.mei Mill Co
Wilder SteamthlB Cn
Inter-ltlinJ Steam N Co
Hawaiian ttectric Co
Hon. Uarli T. tc L. Co
Mutual Telephone Co
Oahu Ry & L. Cn
People's Ice & R'l'c Co
First National HanV . .
Hawaiian Gov per cent
HltoRRCo 6 per tent
Hon RapU Transit
Ewj Piinut n 6 rer cent
Oahu R At LCo ptf c
Oihu Plantation ope
Olaa Plantation 6 p. c
waiaiua Agncui ope
SaleH 55 i:wn, $23.37 1-.'; GO Kim.
(23.37 1-2. 13 Olna, auttcssablc, $5.75.
FOETUS LIKE BAY
A live months' old foetus watt found
In the water ot the harbor near tho
railroad wharf at an early hour thU
P'omliiK. tho discovery having been
made by John Makahl. a native, who
v. on his way to work. The body
v.an Rccuruil by tho police, wrapped
up and tnken tq tN morgue for exami
nation by Hoard of Health phyaiclan
in older to amortnln whotber a coro
ner's jury were necessary or not.
Of course, aa In all cates of tlio
kind that havo occurred here for year.
tin re is nbsolutcly no clue to the per
son or persona who dropped the body
In the water. However, the deed must
have been done a couple of days ago,
J.iiiuliiK from the condition of the body.
STOCK AND BOND BROKER.
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE.
Orders for. tho purchase or sale ol
stocks nnd bonds carcfuly and prompt
ly executed. Loans negotiate!
Office Room 401, 4th floor, 8tnQen
wald Dldg. Postotfice box 390; Tele
phone Main 331.
WILLARD E. BROWN.
W. A. LOVE.
FRANK IIALSTEAD. i
Halstead & Co.,
ON 8UQAR SECURITIES.
921 Fort Street.
Stock and Dond Exchange.
Tel. Main 133.
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