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EVENING DULLETIN, HONOLULU,
H, T., DA,CM2
The Hawaiian Souvenir Playing '
THEY ABE HEBE -fa THEY ARE BEAUTIES
Appropriate at prize for card gcmct. 8ultable ai gifts to frlerWt
and relatives In distant parti.
Each pick c Mains fifty three half-tono engravings o( the choic
est views .f Honolulu, Jlllo and tlio principal points ot interest in
the Islands. Back design of Knmthameha Statue In co'om. Edges
In Gold. Double enn.nM surface of the very best finish. Large In
dexes make them suitable for all raid games. Telescope cases stamp
ed In Gold. These cards are manufactured by the United States Play
ing Card Co., who have spared no pains In making them the Cncst
scenic pack of cards ever published.
RETAIL PRICE $1.00 PER PACK.
for ante by
M if W n
J. liopj) & Company
Corner King and Bethel 6t.
Why not order a box of Saro
id's fine candles when telephon
ing for the groceries? The Ala
nteda lm just brought ug tho
Wo sell them In j-lb, 1 ano
2-lb boxes. Hcmcmber, lust a
telephone message v. Ill bring
them to your door.
H. MAY & CO.
The Populnr Grocery.
Our Customers Like Our
Curry Powder !
They arc satisfied that tho
Ingredients used In Its
mnnufnc ture nre the finest
obtainable and that you
will think so to when you
LEWIS, & CO.
LEADING GROCERS. .:
106O FORT STREET.
240 Three Telephones 240.
There Is Individuality about eye
glasses the batue as drc-ss. Not cver
emu tun be fitted v. ttL the tamo clip
and spring. E)e-glabbes should be
made to lit the luce becomingly and
a small featured pet son needs a small
or lens than one nidi a broad face.
Wo fit each Individual, and tako all
necessary caro without piling tho
A. N. SANFORD
I EVE 55I3'S I
Boston Building, Fort Ptreet.
Over May 4. Co.
-Very elegant stock, bead--ttfully
finished In Oak and
-Mahogany. Both Parlor
-and Dining Room Chairs
-In great variety.
Sacrifice prices for a short time.
Goods all plainly marked and ilia
placd In our windows.
iNo More Dread
fthb Dental Chair
TEETH EXTRACTED AND FILLEE
ABSOLUTELY WITHOUT PAIN b)
our late scientific method applied to th
gums'. No sleep-producing agents oi
These are the only dental parlori Is
Honolulu having PATENTED APPLI
ANCES and Ingredients to extract. Oil
and apply gold crowns and porcelain
crowns nndectecable ftona natural teett
and warranted for ten years, WITH
OUT THE LEAST PAIN. All wort
done by GRADUATED DENTI8TS 01
from 12 to 20 years' experience, an
each department In charge ot a Special
1st. Give us a call, and you will fine
us to do exactly as we advertise. W
will tell you In advanoo exactly whai
your work will cost &y a FREE EX
AMINATION. Bet Teeth $5.00
Gold Crowns $5.00
Gold Fillings 81.00
Silver Fillings 50c
Our name alone, will u a guurant
that your work will be of the best.
Now York DeiM Parlors,
(loom 4, Elite Building, Hotel Street
LADIES IN ATTENDANCE
Hours, 8 a. m. to 6 p. a.
Sundays, 9 a. m. to 12 in.
NEW YEAR WELL
Dy having your photo
takan. My work Is
of the highest quultty
and prices reasonable
J, J, Williams,
Take elevutor In Boston Block,
COMPANY, Ltd, 2
anil upwurdn for tin
1 1 1 M '- fY2yLyT
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Read "Wants" on page S.
Check lost Is advertised for. See
Nicely furnished rooms, Popular
House, 1210 Fort St., $1.50 per neck up.
Gomes & McTlgho, successors to Ca
mara & Co., liquor dealers, 95 King St.
Gocrnor Dole will not leave for
Washington In the Alameda, but lu the
Sierra next week.
Albeit I) Claik, dentist, lias opened
pailois at tho southeast coiner of Ucr
ctanln and Miller streets.
The police arc still tip In Kill I 111 val
ley but nothing has yet been discov
ered ot Woods' whereabouts.
A receiver's salo of the pioperty ot
tho Kona Sugnr Co., Ltd., appears in
this IssiiCi See under New Today,
llourbon Whiskey, 6 years old, $3.50;
Claret, 6U cents; Sherry and 'lokay, 75
cents a gallon at Hoflschlaegcr Co.'s,
Secretary Hcniy E. Cooper was at
tliu Capitol this morning, alter having
been confined to his home a fortnight
with a sprained Knee.
Judgo Estee this .morning Issued a
monition to Mtirshal Hemliy for the
seizure of 2314 articles cf Immoral tm
portntloti from Japan.
A sweet potato weighing 11
pounds, grown at I'uuhuc, Hawaii, at'
tincts the public gaze In the .v.nilow oi
the Hawaiian News Co.
Tho Executive Council discussed
land matters all morning, upon propo
sitions submitted My Governor Dole,
I'lic session resumes this utternoon.
Notices of Importance to those Inter'
cstcd In the estate of John Giace late
of Honolulu and Malolna J. Howell
late of California, appear under New
Chief Justice Frear asked Gcorgo
A. Davis on Saturday for moro author
ities In thd Walter O. Smltn habeas
corpus matter. Mr. Dai Is compiled by
filing a brief, since which nothing has
A meeting of tho trustees of the
Homo tor Incurables was held this
lorenoon for the purpose of discussing
the plans fof tho mectlon of now
building. No definite action was taken
at tho meeting.
Tho C. F. Herrlck Carriage Co. is
celebrating St. Patrick's day by putting
UP peimanent signs of a bilght green.
Every day will be a celebration with
them from this on.
E. L. Cutting, manager ot the Pa
cific Vehicle and Suppl Co , tetiirncd
from the East and California In the
Alameda. During his trip he piade
many puichascs of vehicles ami har
ness of the latest designs which ate
soon to arrive.
Cecil Drown appeared In the Police
Court this forenoon on the charge of
common nuisance, he having been
served yesterday with a penal sum
mons Issued at the Instance of the sani
tary Inspectors of the Board of Health.
It was said that Mr. Drown as the
agent for the Kanoa Estate, ''has failed
to comply with certain stipulations
made by the Inspector In, connection
with a place on South King street. It
having been found that M& Ilronn had
absolutely nothing to do with the mat
ter, a nolle prosequi was entered and
the defendant discharged.
Dr. Albert K. Clark, who was born
In the Islands and who has been In
Chlcngo lor thlity yen is. Is now In Ho
nolulu. It Is his Intention to locate
here permanently. Dr Clark Is a
brother of Mrs. O. II. Giillck and Mrs.
Austin ot this city and Mrs. Severance
of llllo. Ho has two daughters In
llllo one a Mrs. Sedgwick and the
other n Mrs. Ualdlng Mrs Clarke Is
now visiting hoi daughtcis in llllo but
will soon bo In Honolulu. When sen
this morning. Dr. Clark said. "All no
family Is heie aril m ntnha Is !ii'H
so there was. nothing for me to do but
return to Hawaii.
Tho Olvmplc bahctj ill phoers of San
Francisco have sent a most generous
offer to the plaers here thiough Wal
ter Hyman. The boa id of directors ot
the Olympic Club havo decided that
of the $1500 requited to bring the club
hero they will put up one half of the
amount, the Honolulu plajcrs to put
up the other half. The first $"30 taken
In- as gate receipts at the games will
go to reimburse the local people and
If there Is anything left over, scventj
five per cent will go to the 01mplcs
and twenty-five per cent to the Honolu
lu playeis. No more generous offer
could havo been made.
New Voik, March 2. A cable to the
Sun from London sujs Dr. IMnnnl
Calrd, master of Iljlllol College. Ox-
foul, sends to the Times n letter sign
ed by many prominent memhtis o(
Oxford University which given expres
sion to a feeling which Is undoubtedly
lncieaBlng among the generul public.
The signatories say:
"Wa cannot help vlewlhg with the
greater apprehension the practice
which sec ma to be gaining giound In
South Africa of executing some gen
erals of the forces opposed to us upon
tho Judgment of a codrt martial. It
may bo true that these generals vio
lated the laws of, war. We do not
doubt that the court martial acted
with' the full belief that by a few ex
emplary sentences ''they would deter
Cane Colonials from rebellion, or nro
tect the natives, or secure a strict adhe
sion on the part of our enemies to thu
Inws of war .nevertheless, we plead
that the polity miy bo reconsidered.
"Our opponents nnd their sympa
thizers will hardly believe lu the com
pctcncc or Impartiality of an English
court martial which decided upon tba
evidence of some witnesses doubtless
natives, given while the country Is
seething with the passions ot wur,
Such sentences run not have the moral
effect allied Jt In the adinlnistiatlon ol
punishment It Is probable that the
men suffering them wl'l he rcgirded as
martyrs and tin t r niemenj cheilshcd
for generations, while there Is no Im
mediate advantage which tan wclfih
ngnlnst the dishonorable Imputations
to , which the policy is sue to give
l , oSlK
W S. Hills, bailiff in tl Circuit
Court, appealed lu the I'ollie Cotlit
this forenoon on the charge of assault
nnd battery on A. E Coolcv of the O
H. & I.. Co. A plea of not guilty was
entered. During the progicss ot the
trial It was Icainul that uhen Ullls
went from the Judiciary building tho
other day to get another talesman for
the McCarthy Jur, lie sa Cooley near
the Opera Houso Approaching him.
he said that Coolej was wanted up
stairs. The latter said that Hills never
told him what he was wanted for, -else
he surely would Iuvp gone.
At all cvtnts. mils mabbtd Cooley.
Hie latter having refused to go Just
then Judge Hiimpbie.ia uime out of the
building nnd Kills went to him for In
structions Kvldcntl under the lm
presslnn that the baillft had told Cool-!
ey who he was and what wa wanted!
of him. the Judge ordered Kills to take
Cooley The bailiff dld'so. again grab
bing and pulling him about.
Judgo Wilcox found Kills guilty of i
the charge and reprimanded him very
forcibly, telling tho defendant that the '
next time he should use mote Judg-
ment No fine was Imposed I
A Y. W. C. A. LBTTEH.
Ti'e V. W.-C. A. Is sending out the
following circulars, each one ot 'which
Is signed by Mis. Henrv C. Brown, the
It has always been a matter ot re
gret that wo have no regular wa ot
presenting the work of the Association
to day. To be sure, we ate accorded
every courtesy by the dally press, but
theic Is not the same opportuult) for
personals In the very public aj such
general announcements have to bo
made. It Is a matter of congratulatlou
to us that an opportunity now opens to
nddrcss ou at least evci month. Tho
medium Is "The Vrlend." a paper
which, although ,lt has been In eUt
nc since is 13. Is probably not very
well known to any of ou, its resusci
tation, howevei. is tine to tho desire on
the part of Its management to meet tlio
religious and Miilnl needs of this com
munity. Wr will have a reitaln amount
of space set aside for our use. It Is
my purpose as (mr Serretar) to fill
It with such Items concerning the per
sonnel of the members .and with the
announcements of a quasi family na
ture which will be Interesting to all.
Anyway, such announcements will be
ot great help to this office.
A representative will call upon you
In the hope that you will help us In our
endeavor to reach you by. subscribing
to this paper, which It Is believed will
have enough of other Interesting mat
ter In it to commend It to ou .
HAWAII WATCH EH I-KEMDENT.
'The President has us nil guessliu
?p to what he Intends doln In Ha
waii," said B, L. Whltcs'de, a promt-.
ncnt merchant of Honolulu, at the
'We thought a few weeks agn that
Col. Sam Tarker was r.ure of appoint
ment to the Governorship In the near
future, but Governor Hole still linns'!
on to his otllcp. ntul stioug pressure ls
being brought to bear on tho President
to retain him. 1 am taking no sides
whatever In the contest M opinion
Is that Governor Dole Is n man of high
character, and that under nilverse con
ditions he has mado a very good execu
tive. Colonel Parker Is extremely pop
ular, He Is a man of lavish generosity
and. being native born, knows the af
fairs of the country thoroughly, illi
appointment would give great satisfac
tion to large numbers of our pVople.
MUST SHOW CAUSE.
Krncst L. Hnrrult. against 'whom di
vorce proceedings were recently 'Insti
tuted by Mary Isabel llarrub, hiis been
ordeted to appear hcfoic Judge Hum
phiejs on Thursday. Ini h 2tt, to show
cause. If tiny theie be, whj lie should
not be committed for contempt of
It appears that Harriih was onlered
by tho court on reliunrj 17 in pay to
Henry Smith $."0 as nttoiiio's ftes for
the (JMUikel of the llbellant lu the (II
vni i c case ami $' as costs None of
this moticy hus yci been puld In
"Now Johnny tell me what a proph
et Is "
"Its a fellow that Is alwajs looking
for a chance to say, 'I told )ou so.' "
Every customer wearing a pair of
HANAN SHOES Is a prophet, becauso
he Is always telling people so. He Is
happy, contented, satisfied, and ho
wants his friends to share with him.
We aro Importing more HANAN
SHOES today than ever in the history
of our business this alone proves
816 Fort Street,
Honolulu, T. H
Victor Safe & Lock Co,
Ideal Heady Mixed
Improved Stono Titters,
And the Sleel Aermotor,
NEW BOOKS !
NEW BOOK LIST :
"The Itlghts of Xlan," by Dr. Lman
ables for the Fair, by Josephine
I). Da si. a in.
"Sir Illchaid Cnlmady," by Maleh.
"Stephen Callnarl," b) Julian Sturgis.
j-'rench Revolution and Uellglins"
l Reform), by Sloanc.
"'Schley nnd Santiago." by Graham
"Korna Goidyecff," by Maxim Gorky.
'iiiese aro only seven of tho new
books, hut wo have seventy times
seven Just as good and as Interesting.
J M. WEBB,
Bookseller and Stntlonep.
The vyeekly edition of the Evening
Bulletin Is the largest sna best pub
lished In the Territory. Sixteen and
twenty pages. $1 a year.
Fhit- Job Printing nt the IJul
300 PAIRS CURTAINS
from 50 cents a pair up,
Tho bent collection In the city and much
lower tlinn UHtinl orlcea for
on'u wi:ek nisLV.
Commencing' Mon, I7lii
J. H. FISHER
Stock and Bond Brokers.
FIRE ASSOCIATION, of Philadelphia.
WESTERN AS8URANCE CO, of T
Offices SUngenwald Bldg, Mr
chant Street. Tel. Main 363.
HONOLULU STOCK GXCHANdB
Honolulu, March 15, 1032
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Oahu Plantation 6pc
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Walalua Acrlcul 6 p e
A SMALL I1LAZI1.
The fire alarm whistle sounded at
S 30 o'clock last night, the itigliii- be
Ing called to a shack mi Alakea street.
a little makal of Queen. When the
alarm was turned In. the flame had
already shot out thiough the windows
of the plate and tliu warehouse sheds ot
the Wilder Steamship Co. were In dan
ger. The chemical engine arrived on
the scene first and then came the oth
ers. After a very short time, the fire
was checked and then entirely sub
dued. The structure Is owned by the
'Miufnrlanf-K, It is not known how tlio
fire got started.
The weekly edition of the Evening
Bulletin Is the largest and beat pub
lished in the Terrltnrv. nlvtn anrf
twenty pages. $1 a year.
STOCK AND BOND BROKER,
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE.
Orrti.rn fnr thn mtrehnsn nr biiIa nt
stocks nnd bonds carefuly and prompt
ly executed. Loans negotiated
Office Room 401, 4th floor, Siangan
wald Oldg. Postofflce box 390; Tele
phone Main 331.
WILLARD E. DROWN.
W. A. LOVE. i
FHANK HALSTEAD. '
Halstead & Co;;
ON SUOAR SECURITIES.
921 Fort Street.
Stock and Bond Exchange.
Tel. Main 133.
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