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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, JJtfK$ffi9Wfif?htyl 17, 1003.
I Mil DIAVfltnlto'tiATPIV
New Spring Goods !
The Alameda lias brought us (he daintiest and newest effects In
spring materials, consisting of the very best productions or American
and European looms. Of some of the goods wo have a largo stock,
while of others, though of gre.it assortment, we have only a saniplo
line, llcmcmher that the early buyers are tho ones who have the
largest variety to chooso from. The new arrivals Include
Handsome Wash Materials
White Goods and Fancy
Included are a few dress lengths of SATIN LIBERTIES and
TWILLED FOULARD SILKS. The designs are artistic nnd tho color
Ings exceptionally beautiful. They will prove quick sellers.
Entirely New Assortment of
FANCY. RIBBONS, VEILING, KID GLOVES and NECKWEAR.
This is a special line of the latest novelties; no large quantities;
niustly a sarnplo line.
LACE and MUSLIN TIES; NEW SILK TIE8, PROTECTION
EMBROIDERY COLLARETTES, NECK RUFFS In solid white, solid
black ami combinations of black and white.
Our Easter Millinery Opening
has proved so successful that, considering this, and that our stock
has been greatly augmented by another shipment of millinery novel
Iks arriving on the Alameda, we will continue our reception all of
DRY GOODS COMPANY, Ltd.
WHY THROW $40 AWAY
by paying 1100 for a typewriter when you can get an up-to-date
strictly high grado machine
The Wellington Visible Writer
for $60. This machine Is a revolution In typewriters. One ot
many endorsements given tho Wellington Typewriter is as follows
"Wo make the statement positively
that they are absolutely the best, ex
celling all others In simplicity, dura
bility and accuracy. We are using 75
of them In our Philadelphia and New
York stores. They have our unquali
'(Signed) JOHN WANAMAKER."
We have Just received a shipment of these typewriters and
will be pleased to give full particulars regarding same.
Tlieo. H. Davies & Co., Ltd.
IIASIIIQAWA, A JAPANESE
Feared Maui Japanese He Bad Dis
charged and Three Drunken
Natives He Had
Walluku, Mar. 15. Hashlgawa, Ja
panese head carpenter at Klhcl, has
been missing since Thursday, tho Cth
Inst, It seems that on that fatal day
Hashlgawa was at Walkapu trying to
get Japanese carpenters In place of the
eight he dismissed irom Klhcl that
morning. After making a canvass
around Walkapu during tho day, ho
called In at Klmuka's coffee saloon
late In the afternoon to get n lantern.
While at the saloon, thtee natives
who lived beyond Klhcl, called there
and after a few minutes' stay, resumed
their homeward Journey. It was then
getting very dark and Hnshlgawa was
quite anxious to get to his home. How
ever, ho would not go home together
with the thrco nun as he feared the
company of drunken natives. At the
samo time he was afraid of the eight
Japanese whom he had discharged dur
ing the day.
It was quite dark when Hashlgawa
mounted his horse and left Klmiirn's
coffee saloon on that fateful Journey,
and nothing has been heard or Been of
him since. It had been raining dur
ing the day. In fact, during all that
week tho rain had been coming down
and the pond at Klhcl was quite deep.
The loose sand nt the entrohec was
washed away so that the depth there
was eighteen feet by nctunl measmc
incnt. This was tho very spot where the Into
James Smith met his death. The sup
position is that when trying to cross
this place In the dark, Hashlgawa and
jhls horse fell Into It and were carried
away; tne strango tning nuoui mu
mystery Is the fact that there Is not a
vestige left to locate the whereabouts
of the missing man. The horse, sad
dle, etc., are also missing. No one
seems nble to give any clue. Kout play
Is suspected In some quarters, but time
alone will tell bow, when and where
the deed was done.
During last Sunday, the 9th, after the
man had been missing three days, Man
ager Scott ot Kihel Bent out one hun
dred men In all directions to find tho
missing man but without success.
The matter was then reported to
Sheriff Baldwin, and although the no
tification came Bomewhat late, the
sheriff has a number of people out day
and ulght looking for any testlge ot
the missing man. A horse was found
at Kaanapall last Thursday, and Sher
iff Ualdwln believing that it might pos
sibly bo tho one belonging lo the miss
ing man, went to Kanapali In person
In company with a Japanese, to Iden
tify the horse. On their arrival, the
horse was found to bo a different ani
During Monday night. Deputy Sher
iff Sam E. Kalama and a number of
MaKuwao pollco were sent out to look
for Hashlgawa. Mr. Kalama and hU
men scouted the country from Maka
vao to Klhcl but nothing could bo
been of Hashlgawa or his horse.
Mr. Kalama in trying to cross the
elanscrous spot, fell in with isls horse,
but I c and his sired were quickly on
eif- gicund again.
I'p io this wrltlnc. no ncw.i his necn
iccelvcd of IIna!)'.u9va, and bis poor
ulf tit their homo i: Klhcl lb In
iTctiiirng for him, .ml has cut off her
btuuilful lock ot hair and uifunM It tn
Ilia gods, praying 'hat som) day her
hmhnnd may retun to hnr in person
and not in spirit.
I PER S, S, "ALAMEDA"
New Line Golf Shirts
very latest In the market.
SILK AND GRAPE SHIRTS. PONGEE
SILK FOR SUITS, direct from the Orient.
BIG LINE OF KIMONAS. - -
Robinson Block. Hotel Street.
General Merchandise. Dry Goods, Groceries.
Japanese Provisions, etc
MAGOON BLOCK, MEROHANT STREET.
IE3 . 0- Bos: 886 IMZeiln. 210
P. O. BOX Ml.
Wnlluku, Mar. 15. The body of De
colto, the Portuguese who was washed
oft Mallko gulch during the freshet last
wcekt was found several hundred yards
below the falls where he met with the
accident Saturday afternoon, the Sth
Inst. Thcro was not a stitch of
clothes found on his person and bis
heavy beard wbb missing. The hoi so
and other property belonging to tho
dead man waB found further the gulch,
The funeral was held on the following
day, the remains being burled nt Ma
kawao, Tho citizens ot Maknwao are
making endeavors to have a substan
tial bridge elected at tho Mallko gulch
crossing nB they do not wish to have
accidents repeated at every advent of a
BURIAL OF THE LATE
EDWARD C. MACFARL4NE
Morning Services at Walkiki Chapel
and Funeral in Afternoon
From the Catholic
Services In the obsequies of the late
Hdward Creamor Macfarlane were held
at St. Augustine's chapel. Walklkl. at
8 o'clock yesteiday morning. "Nearer
my God to Thee ' was the special hymn.
Oulstan assisted bj Father Sylvester,
At 2 o'clock In the afternoon Ulshop
held services, preparator) to the last
rites, at the residence of Mrs. Macfnr
lane, mother of the dead man. The
body was then conveyed to the Catholic
cathedral In town. The nltar rail and
the space immediately bei'orr the chan
cel had been tiansformed by loving
hands into a parterre of flowers. Kx
qulsltc clusters ot roses and lilies,
wreaths of Immortelles, Nlolets and
roses, lets ot made, carnations, roses,
Violets and illma were arranged about
the space reserved for the casket and
placed on the multi-branched cande
labra which stood uu either side of the
chancel steps. A beautiful floral pil
low made of lilies lay upon the steps.
Heaped about the shrines, lion ever,
were myriads ot Island blossoms, their
fragrance and that fiom the censers
tilling the church. The pulpit was
draped In a heavy pall of Mark, over
which was n cluster of blood ml Iioih
galnvlllla blossoms .
As tho funeral college appmaclit'l
the cathcdial tho bell In the steeple
wns tolled. Tho organ sounded the
prelude to De Profundls. as the usiii . j
J. 'O. Caitcr Jr., W. Porter lloyd,
Clcorgo S. Smithies and 12. A Mclnerny
proceeded slowl) up the aisle, followed
by the bishop and Father Sylvester,
llchlnd them came a squad of eight Ha
waiian pollco carrying the casket,
which was deposited upon the trestles
at the foot of the altar steps. At the
toot of tho casket a cluster of llllis
was placed. Following the casket were
Mrs. Edward Macfarlane, leaning upon
the nrm of Henry Macfarlane, Col.
George Macfarlane. Fredeilck Macfar
lane. Clarence Macfarlane and other
relatives. Behind them came the pall
beaters, Prlnco David Kawananakoa,
J. O. Carter, Frederick Wundcnberg,
Hon. A. S. Cleghorn, K. I). Tenney, F.
M. Hatch and Scnhor A. de Soma Can
avarro. Alt occupied special pews ami
chairs near the casket, the nave and
galleries of the church being filled with
the personal friends of the deceased
bishop Qulstan wns assisted to a
seat within the gate of the altar rail.
Tho choir sang De Profundls, followed
directly by the Miserere, during the
rendition ot which the members of the
family were overcome by their pent-up
grief. Tho servlco for the dead was
eald by the bishop ,who also sprinkled
holy water upon the casket, and swung
the censor around It. In the depart
ing song, tho solo part wns sung by
Father Valentine. As the full, rich,
tones of the priest's voice penetrated
to every part ot the cathedral there
was an accompaniment of sobs. The
(.election was one of the most Impics
slvc rendered during the service.
Ulshop Oulstan spoke a few words
of consolation to tho widow, mother
and brothers of the deceased. He said
that man proposes but God disposes.
He praised Hdward Macfarlane. and
told a simple Btory of his departure
from tho home of his mother on the
Journey which ended In his death, ot
tho grief of the widow and the sorrow
that had come to his aged mother and
devoted brothers. Man proposes to
make a long and happy life, but God
often disposed otherwise Few coul.l
tell tho depth ot the sorrow of the de
ceased's widow and relatives, and tho
world could not console the young
wife and aged mother ;no tongue could
counsel them In their grief; there was
only One In whom they could And con
solution, and that was God. He asked
all to pray for the consolation of those
mnde sorrowful by the death,
When the casket was convejed to the
hearse the Hawaiian Hand, which wnB
stationed outside the main entranco
to the cathedial. plajed "Nearer, My
God, to Thee" continuing It until tho
last carriage had left the (lair ch door.
Tho regular bmlnl service of tho
church was said at tho grave by Illsh
S WOULD YOU GUT YOUR
ELECTRIC LIGHT BILL ?
J We can help you do It We have n new Invention. It looks
W Just like an ordlnay Incandescent lamp, but It renlly Is -v little lamp
within a largo one. A slight turn of the globe changes tho light
from largo to small. You can use It In plaic of your regular elec
J trie lamp. It Is called tho
Saves fivo-slxtlis of tho current when burning low WV
supply them to you at 75c each. Call or telephone MAIN 390.
HAWAIIAN ELECTRIC CO., Ltd.
KINQ STREET, NEAR ALAKEA.
All sizes In quarter-sawed oak nnd beautifully finished.
Large stock of
Extension Dining Tables.
Axminster and Smyrna Rugs.
Tapestry and Chenille Portieres.
Folding chairs to let for any occasion, and tho very best uphols
tering done. Elegant lino of furnliuro in nil departments.
PORTER FURNITURE CO., LTD.
Fisher Block, opp. Love Bid., Port Street.
It " ,
." i.r -vwv. zsi . . j!r.
The best Is none too good for the
Irish, especially In
Ours nrc the finest to lie found
anywhere and our prices the lowest.
BERETANIA ST., NEXT TO
CORNER OF EMMA. : :
C. J. DAY & CO.
122 King St., next to Bulletin Office.
Hawaiian Engineering and Construction Co.
ROOMS 508, 509, 510 STANGENWALD BUILDING.
P. O. BOX 834. TEL. MAIN 7c
All classes of Engineering Work solicited; Examinations, Surveys and JU
rta made for any class ot Waterworks Steam and Electric Construction;
Plans and Specifications and Estimates Prepared, and Construction Snperla
'ended, In all branches ot Engineering Work;, Contracts solicited for Rail
roads, Electric and Steam; Tunnels, Bridges, Buildings, Highways, Founda
dons, Piers, Wharves, etc. -
Special attention given to Examinations, Valuations, and Reporta at
Properties for Investment purposes.
FREDERICK J. AM WHO. M. AM. floe. O. .,
Engineer and Manner.
W. R. CASTLE JR., Secretary and Treasurer.
WELL WORDED WANTS IN
THE OLDEST CH.. 'SE FIRM IN HONOLULU.
Dmi.ii In Flu Silk u4 Gum llo.oi. Cblo... Ml JipioM Good ol All Kltls.
t-tit Wnqtnu itr t
At the storo of Goo Kim, 11JC Nuiianu street. The flncBt of Orient
al bilks and linens, consisting of dress goods and cmbroldored handker
hlefs 32 Inches square nnd table coyeis 38 and 41 Inches Bquare. Ladles
mill gemlemen's furnishing goods and underwear; duck suits, bath robes;
uemnauti of grass linen, figured silks and other goods.
GOO KIM, 1116 Nuuanu Street
, Bulletin 75c. per month.
Cpples of nn Illustrated industrial
edition of tho Laurel Chronicle, pub
llshcd at Laurel, Jones county. Miss.
have been received by the flullctln. It
contains 20 pages and many illustra
tions ot the business and Industrial es
tablishments ot Laurel, and Is very
neatly made up and printed. II. L.
Lyons, who compiled this special edi
tion, was a printer in Honolulu seven
or tight jcars ago. He belonged to
Squad S, Citizens' Guard. His friend.)
here will be glad to know that Mr.
Lyons is getting along well In tho
-. Alden Electric "Hell'
pensory Is guaranteed
all the curative nrnner
ties of the espenilve belts now sold by
doctors and druggists. It gives a very
strong current of electricity and Is eally
regulated. Bound to superseJe others. Can
be had from the undersigned onlyi no
agents; no discount. Circular free. Address
ierco Electric Co . jofi Post St.. Sin
FrauKco. Sent free'to li.iwall for "55.00
TIIH BROWNK OF DENVEU.
Mr. and Mrs. I). V. Dillingham und
Judge and Mis. 1'icar were guests ot
honor at u dinner Sunday evening nt
the .Moanj hotel, the host and hostess
being Mr. und Mis. James J. Brown of
Denver, Col. Mr. Bro'AU, who Is h
prominent mining man of Colorado,
leuves with his wife In the Coptic for
Japan on Thursday next. They expect
to continue their travels, unking In
London by June 20, III time for the cor
Mr. and Mrs. James J. Diown, Mr,
nnd Mis ('has. Tailor and Mr. tind Mrs.
A Clark of Denver, were the guests of
Mr and Mrs. II. V. Dillingham In their
private car one day last week. Tho
party took luncheon at Walalua. At
the polo game Saturday, Mr. and Mrs.
llioun were again the guests of the
Tho Grippe. This can he avoided by
caking teaspoonful doses of I'AIN
KILLKIl In hot water sA-eetcned, as
well as by external application, full di
rections aro'on each bottle. A bottle of
Paln-Klller kept in the house will prove
valuable not only for the Grippe, but
for ordinary coughs and colds. Avoid
substitutes, there. Is but one Paln-Klller.
Perry Davis". Price 25e. and GOc.
Doslgn 70iir own ledgers, cash
books, etc. It you sre undecided, we
will help you. That Is In our line and
the PRICE IS RIGHT, at the EVEN
I THE BULLETIN
Motor Carriage and Machine
REPAIR AND BUILD
ALL KINDS OP : :
Safe Work ot All Kinds.
Etc., Etc., Repaired.
UNION STREET, near Hotel.
Phone Blue 721. P. O. box 112.
J, W. 8CHOENINQ, Manager.
A. WEIIflER, Manager.
Now Open for Business. Fin
est of Accommodation. Finest
of Bathing, Be Sure to Oct
Off at Walalua Station.
HATE8 2.50 per day;
Special Rates by Week or
For further Information ad
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to wo CMiiitlv iwi r Alt uitajVifirttth nrnrlir lr lr
ur Uttilt, vtilrli ultra m much luKl staknoitiiirad
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ikt Ot ovrrlirhl tr" "1 lay ttlvMMtMftL-tiun.
IVwtMlrMtunMkvftiHiMiliI tnurhthtr A Umji thl
W liutlnic a wi.iitlprrulw.t .Son Ilk It mi thtf market.
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STANDARD QA8 LAMP CO.,
118120 Michigan Stroot, Chicago.
Ijtrfertt nnd cm of the nldrtt fttaMUln-d
mttmifiu turr r KuxiUnn Uu.t ot nil d
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P. O. nox 553; TcJ Rlue 791; Room
3, Sprockets Dulldiug.