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EVENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU. II .T TUESDAY, MARCH 18, 1902.
V IT i?
The Hawaiian Souvenir Playing
THEY ARE HERE ' -f THEY ARE BEAUTIES
Appropriate ai prizes for1 card tjamei. Suitable as gifts to friends
and relatives In distant parti.
Each ft.rU e. Mains fifty Urco half-tone engravings of tlic choic
est views .if Honolulu, lillo nnd tlio principal points of interest m
tho Islands. Back design ot Kamebameha Statue In co'ira. Edges
In Gold. Double enamel surface, of tho very best finish. Largo In
dexes make them suitable for all card games. Telescope cases stamp
ed In Oold. Thcso cards ara manufactured by the United States flay
ing Card Co., who have spared no pains In making them tho finest
scenic pack of cards ever published.
RETAIL PRICE $1.00 PER PACK.
fop sole by
WALL, NICHOLS COMPANY, Lid.
-Very elegant stock, beau
tlfully finished In Oak and
-Mahogany. Both Parlor
-and Dining Room Chairs
-In great variety.
: J. Hopp & Company
2 Corner Kind and Bethel 8tn.
Why not order a box ot Saro-
nl's flno candles when telephon
ing for tho groceries? The Ala
meda has just brought us tho
We sell them In i-lb, 1 ano
2-lb boxes. Remember, Jim a
telephone message will bring
them to your door.
H. MAY & CO.
The Popular Grocery.
unci JipwurdH for tin
Our Customers Like Our
Burry Powder !
They are Hat 1st led that the
Ingredients used In Its
manufacture are the finest
obtainable and thfct you
will think so too when '6u
use it. ' ',
LEWIS & CO.
;. LEADING GROCERS. .1
1060 FORT STREET.
240 Three Telephones 840.
There Is Individuality about eye
glasses the same as dress. Not every
one can be fitted with the same clip
and spring. Eye-glaBses should be
made to fit the face becomingly and
a small featured person needs a small
er lenB thau one with a broad face.
We fit each Individual, and take all
necessary care without plllbs tho
Sacrifice pi Ices for a short time.
Goods all plainly marked and dis
played In our windows.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Read "Wants" on page, 6.
II. W. Foster, Jeweler, IDS Hotel St.
C. J. Bay & Co. sell cream chocolate
Mis. Rnymoml has returned to her
homo on Until. ;
Miss Nolllo Kitchen, left for Hawaii
In the Klnau today.
Gcorgo Hons has returned to hi
homo In.Wnllukil, Maul.
A communication of Interest to K. It.
Is awaiting' her at this office.
Col. J. II. Fisher was among the
itssengcrs In the Klnau today.
Union Express Co., Ltd., checks bag
gage nt your home. Ring up Main 86.
Nicely furnished rooms, Popular
House, 124D Fort St., $1.60 per week up.
An almost new Peerless typewriter Is
for sale ut a bargain. See For Sale
Nicely furnished rooms on Richards
street arc offered for rent see to i.ci
The crv best developing nnd print"
Inc of nlites and films nt Honolulu
I'hoto Supply Co. '
Ilourban Whiskey. 6 years old, I3.C0J
Claret, 60 cents; Sherry and Tokay, 75
cents a gallon at Hotlschlacgcr wo. s,
Tim Mnklkl and HIkIi 8chool base
hall teams will nlay n'gamo of bnsobntl
on tho Moklkl grounds Saturday morn
ing next nt 9 o'clock.
Tho Alameda sails for San Francisco
from the Oceanic wharf nt 3 o'clock to
morrow afternoon. The Territorial
band will play the Btcamor off
Next Thursday will bo the Inst day
of the great sale of Iron bedsteads at
Coyno Furnturo Co. Don't miss this
Opportunity to buy below cost.
Complaint Is made of the manner In
which water nnd garbage from the
Stangcnwnld building Is Humped In tho
street by those doing the janitor work
In tho building.
Another match of the second round
of the Y. M. C. A. hanball tournament
wns played ycsterclny between Olaf
0s and A. K. Ltitz, the latter winning
by the score of 21 to 12 nnd 21 to 11
The following officers wero elected
for the ensuing year at the nnnual
meeting of the Hoffschlncgcr Co., Ltd
II. Fockc. president: C. Marrtens, vice
president, und Itobt. F. Lange, secrc
tary and tirasurer.
At about 'l ; 1C o'clock today, police
headquarters were Informed that
Woods, the negro fugltUc, had been
seen In the bushes hack of Frank liar
ey's place In Kallhl. Four mounted
officers weic despatched to the scene
The negro will probably bo captured
Miss Helen Kenny's lecture on "Am
erlcnn Humorists" which was postpon
ed from lust week, wll be held Thurs
day afternoon at 5 o'clock In the rooms
of tho V. W. C. At On Friday after
noon nt 4 o'clock Mrs. W. F. Frcar'j
eighth lecture on Eihrition, covering
a detailed study of his poeV will tako
nlnce. ' v
Halnnmoto wns arrested In Kn.ilu
wela ,at. about. 1 o'clockjtoday on the
charge of assault with a" It Alfa 'op a na
tive. He, other Japanese and a num
ber of natives wero playing nt "litis
slan War." Hnlnnmoto lost, and, be
coming nngcred, Is alleged to hac at-,
tacked a native. Ho was Immediately
set upon, but, throwing the knife Into
a taru patch, est aped with his dlcv
box and cloth.
Ily the Alameda Madame Ocnevra
Johtistone-IIIfihnp received the very sud
news that her father had suffered nu
nttnek of p.iuiIjhIh nt I.oh Angeles
where he has been living for some time
past Madame lllshup stnli s that she
will return Immediately to l,os An
A GREAT SUCCESS
No More Dread
ofthe Dental Chair
"Now, Johnny tell me what a proph
"It's a fellow that Is always looking
for a chanco to say, 'I told ynu so '
Every customer wearing a pair of
HANAN 8HOES Is a prophet, becauso
he Is ntwnys telling people so. He Is
happy, contented, satisfied, and he
wants tits friends to share with him.
Wo aro importing more HANAN
SHOES today than ever In tho history
of our business, this alone proves
J. Jrl. FISHER
Slock and Bond Brokers.
FIRE ASSOCIATION, of Philadelphia.
WESTERN A88URANCE CO, ef T
Offices Stangenwild Rldg M
chant Street. Tel kinis 36).
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE
Honolulu, .March 17, M31
nawe or STOCK
Yesterday afternoon there was a
Most exciting game of baseball on tin
campus of the High School, which at
Uncled tho attention of most of tho
pupils ami many passers-by as the
sounds of encouragement of the root
crs for tho two teams reached tho
The game was between two High
School teams and was a very cvuu
one. One team was entirely made up
of girls and thu other team a picked
nine from the hos of tho school. The
latter team was outplayed nnd beatcu
by two runs amid excitement nnd eu
Ihusiasm that beggars description
'J he girls' team had thu best ot the
game from the start, nnd as most ot
the rooters were yulllng for thorn they
tind more encouragement than their
sturdier opponents. The girls all yell
fed for tho girls, and so did tho hoys,
who were thero so tho llttlo fellows
who were playing against their sisters
were left to fight their battle nlono.
An accident to the cntchcr of thu
girls' nine, Hilda Smith, marred th
game n llttlo. hut the oung lady ro
fused to stop playing, and finished her
part of the came plueklly She was
hit with a ball from a foul tip nnd her
lip was badly lacerated. The tcauip
ftwtlipy playeu were as follows.
0d. . . OIUI.S
u..Sinytho Hattle Akau
tiChllflngwonh -..:.... Hilda Smith
"V First Ilase.
Ginger Hilda noblnson
(' Second ' Dase.
Hj" Carder! 1 Helen (lay
Smith '. Delle Corrcj
v CentT Field.
It; Smith Ourtrude McCorrlston
Johnson vM'-atrlce Taylor
Thompson a Spilth
II. Chllllngworth Freda Oa
Store 13 to 15 In fnvir of the girls,
F'liiny Gay and Henry Desha acted
L.U. Xrr fc Co., Ltd..
Ew Plantation Co ...
Hawaiian lom.oi Aa 1.0
Hawaiian Sugar Co ...
Honomii Sagar Co
Hoitokaa Sugar Co ,
rlanrtl bogar o
Cahulnl Plantation Co.
Klhel Plant Co ,LtJ,
Kipanum sugar uo ,,.
Koloa Sua ar Co
Oihtl Sugar Co , .
inotnca sugar 1.0 ....
Ookala Sugar Plan. Co
OlaaSu.Co.. LtJ., at)
OlaaSuCo LtJ rJ"IW
PaauhauSu, Plan Co
Pacific Sugar Mill.
Pala Plantation Co
I Vprrkco Sue r Co .
Plonttr Mill Co .
PionfrMIII Co. Aswi
Walalua Agn Co . .
Walnxa Mill Co ..
Willrr Steamhlo Co
lntrr- anj Mram n Co
llaallan tlKtrlc Co
816 Fort Street,
Honolulu, T. H.
Victor Safe & Lock Co.
Ideal Heady Mixed
Improved Stone Filters.
And the Steel Acrmotor.
Hon. Rrl4 T. & L. Co
Peof le' !c ft. ti't'e Co
First Niilonil Hank
First AS Bank &T Co
Kawjllin Gov t rtr cent!
MlloR MCo 6r-rcfnt!
Hon UjfU Transit . ..I
Ewi tlinut n 6 per cent
iMnu k ;si l. -o prr c
Oihu I'lantJtion 6p
Olaa Plantation 6 p, c
waiiiua AKnCUl 6 p. (
, 1 ,000,0001
SalcB j FJwa,"$23T3" "1-2"
TEETH EXTRACTEIl AND FILLED
ABSOLUTELY WITHOUT PAIN by
our late scientific method applied to the
gums. No sleep-producing agents or
These are the only dental parlors In
Honolulu having PATENTED APPLI
ANCES and Ingredients to extract, fill
and apply gold crowns and porcelain
crowns undectecable fiom natural teeth
and warranted for Un years, WITH
OUT THE LEAST PAIN. All work
dene by GRADUATED DENTISTS of
from 12 to 20 years' experience, an
each department In charge of a Special
1st. Give us a call, and you will And
us to do exactly aa we advertise. Wt
will tell you In advan.'o exactly what
your work will cost by a FREE EX
AMINATION. Sot Teeth $5.00
Gold Crowns , 65.00
Gold Pllllniid $1.00
Silver Fillings 50c
gcli-s nnd If sho Is well enough, will as umpires and gao good satisfaction
procctd with him and her mother to' - ' 1
some phue lu tho enst. .M.ukimc Illsh
op Iiiik the sympathy of the many sin
cero ft lends she has made during her
ftuy In Hawaii uel.
ELKS Ol-P POIt tilLO.
When the Klnnu sailed today, there
wns a jolly crowd of Elks aboard, head
ed by Dr. C. II. Cooper, nnd all hound
for illlo there to establish a new lodgo
of KIks. The band wns present on tbe
whaif und plujcd lively ulrs In honor
of the depnitlng members of the II. P.
Tlieie Is no ipiestlon whatever that
thero will be n warm time In Illlo when
the Jolly good fellow's get there. In
Older to pieu-nt getting their feet wet,
they lme all proided UicniM'hes with
specially iniiKtniotcc rubber boots that
climb ulmo.t to the neck. Henry Iloth,
ttarlng that It might be slightly damp,
previous to his nrrlwil In Illlo, hnd a
pair of thfM' on lis the Klnau drew
nuii fiom the wharf.
II POLICE Mill
mtmartj iiij Wi tB,r ""
Our name alone will De a guarant.
that your work will be of the best.
Njw York Deiital Parlors,
Room 4, Elite Building, Hotel Strew
4 LADIES .INyATTHNUA;'.
Hours,"8 arm, to G p. ci!ff-' '
Sundays. 9 a. m. to 12 m.
NEW YEAR WELL
A. N. SANFORD
Dotton Dulldlng, Fort Ptreet
, Over May & Co,
Ity luivlnij your photo
taken. My work Ih
of the ItljllicHt (tmllty
nnd prices rciiHonublc
J. J. Williams,
Tdke elevutor In Itotiton llloch.
It wns at a certnln rliuich mt'ellng,
I and the good bishop was catling for
reports. He hnd n rather stern, shnrp
I manner, which homctlnics jnrruil a
little on the nerM'S of the more timid
Ily nnd by be eumo In Brother II., a
i lay tlelPisnte.
j "llio'her II., wbnt Is the spliltual
I condition of ,our churt,h; demanded
Ulie lilxhup bilskly.
j "I ctiiiHlder It good," said the broth
"What mnkes )n think It Is good?"
went o nllie bishop.
"Well, the people are religious.
That's what makes, me think so."
"What do ou rail religious? IV.
they have family" prayer?"
"Some of Ih'cm tin nnd home of them
"Do you mean to say Mat a man tna
bo a Christian and not(hnli(T,famllj
prner?" ' t
"Yes, sir; I think so."
"Do you hold, famll piftyer?"
'"Yes. !r," returned the brother
"And yet uu think a mnn may he
a Christian nnd sot hold family pray
"I hau n brother who la a b'-ttqr
man than 1 am who does not hold farn
"What makes sou think he Is a bet
i ter man tlmn nu aro?"
"IJwryboily snys so, nnd I know he
"Why does not oui luolher ir lit l
such n good mun. hold fainllj piajtr'
thiindnred the bishop
"Ho 1ms no fiunllv," meekly answer
ed the brother. Harper's Magazine
There was a little warmth In the
Pollco Court this forenoon between
Judge Wilcox nnd Sheriff Ilrov.n over
the enso of Griggs, the Rapid Transit
conductor who put Captain .Parker olt
ono of the l.lllha street cars' tho other
When the enso of Griggs was called,
the defendant pleaded guilty, explain
ing his part In the affair. Sheriff
ilrown stated that thu prosecution
would like to have'thp defendant rep
rimanded. The ltaplil transit Com
pnny people had expressed their sin
cere i egret that there nnu been any
trouble of tho kind. In fact, the police
department and Captain Parker hnd
been apologized to. When It cam-
down to the facts In the ease the
motnrmnn was mmh more to bo blam
ed than the conductor. He knew Cap
Inln Parker nnd "hnd It in" for tint
polite on account of prelous expo
Judge Wilcox asektl why It was that
tho motormau had not boon arrested.
At all events, tho public had some
rlKlits In the matter. Captain Parker
had been very badly treated. He hail
been put off tho car and then deliber
ately kicked whtla ho was In the
street. The Sheriff should certainly
stand by his men and back them up
In a matter of tho kind,
Sheriff Ilrown did not like being In
structed as to his duties aud said that
he did not want to stand up and be
called down. Judge Wilcox answered
that thero was a chair near him and
that bo could take It If he wished to,
Sheriff Ilrown.'tbvrcupon etated that
he was ready to withdrawals remarks,
have tho, ".defendant pjcad not guilty
and proceed with the evidence in tho
case. Judge Wilcox answered that
this could not be done. Tho Circuit
Court had ruled that when a man hail
once pleaded guilty, hu could not
change his plea. Ho thereupon stated
tt) the defendant that, since the probo
cullon hnd asked for only a reprimand
he would administer It and order biro
NEW BOOK LIST:
"The Illghta of XIan," by Dr. Lyman
f'ables for tho Fair," by Josephine
"Sir Richard Cnlmady," by Mnloli.
"Stephen Cnllnurl," by Julian Sturgls.
"f'rench Revolution nnd Religions"
(Reform), by Sloane.
'"Schley nnd Santiago," by Graham
"Forna Oortlyecff," by Maxim Gorky.
'nieso aro only Boven of the now
books, but wo have seventy times
seven just as good and as Interesting.
Bookseller and Stationer.
PAID FOR CLASSICS.
I II glt that waiter." tuld Rivers,
'an' order that will paralyze him."
"What will you hate, sir?" present
ly asked the waiter
Ilrlng me, replied Rivers, "some
verulnm and on."
The waiter, a seedy looking mnn In
spectncles, went away with a strange
gleam In his eye. and returned about
fifteen minutes later with a large
platter containing something, hot.
"Here you are, sir." he said. "Ila
ron nnd eggs. In oidlnary Knullfb
It would be a shilling. In classic form
It will be half a crown. 'Culpam poe
na prcnilt comes," as we used to say
at college. Anything else. sir7 unt-
The weekly edition of the Evening
Bulletin 'is the largest and best pub
lished In the Territory. Sixteen and
twenty pages. $1 a year.
Fino Job Printing at tho Bui
STOCK AND BOND BROKER.
HONOLULU 8T0CK EXCHANGC
Orders for tho purchase or sale ot.
stocks and bonds carefuly and prompt
ly executed. Loans negotiated
Office Room 401, 4th floor, SUngen-
wald Bldg. Poitoffice box 390; Tele
phone Main 331. -.
WILLARD E. DROWN. I
W. A. LOVE. 1
FRANK HALSTEAD. i
Halstead & &;;
ON 8UQAR BECUHjTIEt.
921 Fort Street.
Stock and Bond Exchange.
Tel. Main 133.
CURTAIN WEEK AT
" at, tlfysv
NO. 10 8T0RH
300 PAIRS CURTAINS
from 50 cents a pair up,
The beat collection In the city nnd much
lower than usual prlccn tor
ONE WFCK ONLY. ,
Commenciii? Mom, I Tt h
Mfmktin?mi r iib
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