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EVENING DULLET1N, HONOLULU. It. T., WEDNESDAY, MCH. 10, 1002.
The Hawaiian Souvenir Playing
THEY ARE HERE fc THEY ARE BEAUTIES
Appropriate as prlzet for card garnet. Suitable at glftt to friend
and relatlvet In distant partj.
Each rtrlt c.ntalns fif.tnrco half-tone engravings of the cholc
Ml view .,f Honoiuhi, illlo and the principal points of interest in
the Islands. Hack design of Kamchameha Statue In co'om. Edges
In Gold. Double cnamil purfaee, of the very best finish. Large In
dexes make them suitable for all card 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 finest
scenic pack of cards over published.
RETAIL PRICE $1.00 PER PACK.
for enlc by
WALL, NICHOLS COMPANY, Ltd.
-Very elegant stock, beau.
tlfully finished In Oak and
-Mahogany. Both Parlor
-and Dining Room Chairs
-In great variety.
I J. Hopp & Company
2 Corner King and liethet 6ts.
Whv nnt nritnr ft tinv nf Sflrn.
nl's fino candles when telophon
Ing for the groceries? The Ala
meda has Just brought us the
t FRENCH CREAMS
1' Wn anil Itiam In J.lh 1 nnn
. S.lli hnc. Remember, lust a
telephone messago will bring
them to your door.
H. MAY & CO.
The Popular Grocery.
For elegant service
For lagging appetites
lewis & co.
106O FORT STREET.
240 Two Telephones 240.
and upwnrdn for tin
Sacrifice prices for a short time.
Goods all plainly marked and die
played In our windows.
There Is Individuality about eye
glasses the sumu us dress. Not every
one can be fitted with the same clip
and spring. Eyo-glasseB should bo
ruadeto fit the face becomingly and
a small featured person needs a small
er lens than one with a broad face.
Wo fit each Individual, and take all
necessary euro without piling the
A. N. SANFORD,
Boston Building, Fort Street
Over May & Co.
No More Dread
of the Dental Chair
TEETH EXTRACTED AND FILLED
ABSOLUTELY WITHOUT PAIN bj
our late scientific method applied to th
gums. No sleep-producing agents 01
Thcso are the only dental parlors In
Honolulu having PATENTED APPLI
ANCES and Ingredlenta to extract. 111)
and apply gold crowns and porcelain
crowns undectecable fiom natural teetb
and warranted for ten years, WITH'
OUT THE LEAST PAIN. All worl
dene by GRADUATED DENTISTS ol
from 12 to 20 years' experience, an
each department In charge of a Special
1st Give us a. cull, nnd you will And
us to do exactly as wc advertise. Wt
will tell you In advanee exactly what
your work will cost ay a FREE EX
AMINATION. Sot Teeth $5.00
Gold Crowns $5.00
Gold Fillings SI.OO
Sliver Fillings 50c
LEAVES NEW YORK ON
Has Enjoyed Himself Immensely, and
Hopes to Come Again
New Yorli, March 21. Prlnco Henry
of Prussia sailed for Germany on board
tne Hamburg-American liner Deutsch
land) this afternoon. Ills last day In
America was spent entliely on board
the Deutschland, but It was filled with
pleasing Incidents. The I'llnce break
fasted early and about lo o'clock be
can to receive official farewell lsltors,
Including representatives of Germany
In this country and those of the United
States Government. Mayor Low ol
New York was also n caller, and the
Prince. In bidding him fnreviell, gave
a hint that ho nail some intention ol
returning to America for a second vis
It. The Ptlnce, In replying to the
..in.vor'H expressions, said.
"I thank the citizens of New York
for alt their kindness to me. which 1
npprcclntc deeply. If t should return
to America I should feel when I reach
ed New York that I was once moro at
Tho members of the party that no
companled tho Prince on his tour were
his guests nt luncheon. Oners were
laid Tor twenty-eight persons In the
i..nlng room of the steamship, nnd mil
sic wns furnished by the band from
the Hohcnzollcrn. At the close of the
luncheon, when It came to saying
good-by, tho Prince, taking n rose rrom
tho tabic, said: "This Is the badge ol
that which litne been admiring dur
ing my cntlro trip In the United States
Ho placed the flower In his button
hole nnd each guest followed his ex
Immediately after the luncheon, at
tho Prince's Invitation, the party went
to tho commander's bridge of the
Deutschland and was there photo
graphed. Then tho real leave-taking
began. The final farewells were tald
by members of the German Embassy
Washington, March 11. The follow
ing exchanges took place today be
tween Prince Henry of Prussia, whu
Balled for Europe on the Deutschlnnd
and President Roosovelt:
"Hobokcn, N. J.. Match 11. 190?.
Tho President of the United States:
On this day of my departure t beg to
thank you personally, as well as tho
nation whose guest I have been, for
all tho kindness, consideration and
good feeling I have met with during
my visit to your Interesting country. L
hope that my visit might have Increas
ed the feelings cf friendship between
the country I represent nnd tho Unit
ed States. Melding you farewell, let
me wish you every possible success,
and pray, remember mo to Mrs. Roos
evejt and Miss Roosevelt, who so
cuafmlngly and with so much pluck
accomplished her task wehn launching
His Majesty's yacht Meteor. Once
more, most hearty thanks. May wo
meet again. IiniNRICII,
"Prince von Prussen."
"White House, Washington. D. C,
March 11. 1902. Henry. Prlnco of
Prussia, steamer Deutschland, Ham
burg dock. Hoboken, N. J.: Not only
hae I enjoyed your visit personally,
but on behalf of my countrymen I
wish to expicss to you the pleasure It
has been to see you and the real good
I think your visit has done In promot
ing a feeling of friendship between
Germany and the United States. It is
my mot earnest wish that this feeling
may strengthen steadily. Mrs. Roose
velt sends her warm regards, and so
would Miss Roosevelt If she were not
nlu'-nt. Pray piesent my heartiest
greeting to His Majesty, the German
Emperor. Again I thank ou for your
wnerover you may be.
Our name alone will be a guarantee
that your work will be of the best
Now York Deutal Parlors,
Room 4, Elite Building, Hotel Bum)
LADIES IN ATTENDANCE
Hours, 8 a. m. to C p. n.
Sundays, 9 a. m. to 12 in.
NEW YEAR WELL
By having your photo
taken. My work Is
ol the highest quality
J. J. Williams,
Take elevator In Boston Uluclt.
MUST JIAVE $50
Tutulla. Fob. 2fi. Captain Uriel So
bree, United States Navy, the com
manumit of the station, has Issued a
regulation concerning Indigent and tin
desirable passengers landing within
tho limits of the naval station, Tutu
lla. This Includes the whole of tho
Islands under the contiol nf tho United
States. Henceforth no one will bo nl-
lowed to land unless ho can deposit the
sum of ion with the Collector of Cus
toms upon the demand of tho com
mandant. Tho deposit Is intended to
lie returned to the depositor upon his
leaving the islands.
Tho American schooner Julia E,
Whelan. after a trip to New Zealand,
Is now In pott, loading the machinery
and plant of Iiealy. Tlhhltts & Co. of
han rianclsco for conveyance to San
Francisco. The Government cnntiact
for building the wharf and coal shed
has been carried nut successfully nnd
satisfactorily to the Government.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
The new Allan liner Huronlan li
thought to be tost.
Fine weather Is reported on the Ice
ward side of Kauai. .
Sugar awaiting shipment on Kauai
amounts to C0.300 bags.
Expert stenographer dcilrcs position
See nd In New Today.
Meeting of the Hoard of Health this
afternoon nt 3 o'clock.
Governor Taft underwent a surgical
operation In Cincinnati.
The James Makcc was weatherbound
nt Hanamaulu yesterday.
The ship Emily F. Whitney Is at
Makawell loading sugar.
The schooner Rosamond arrived at
Eleele on the lCth Inst.
Hoard hnd room wanted by married
couple. See ad In New Today.
A new cottnge for rent In Cottngu
Groe. See ad In New Today,
School children of San Francisco
hnve planted a McKlnley memorial
Wm. Moznett leaves on the Alameda
for a three months' vacation to tho
There Is talk that Attorney General
Knox will retire when the railroad
fight Is ended. .
The Y. M. C. A. Intermediate class
baseball team began practice yester
The ery best developing and print
Ing of plates and films at Honolulu
Photo Supply Co.
J. 1). McVeigh nnd M. C. Amana
have taken the oath as deputy asses
so m for Honolulu.
German Embassador Von llollcben
Is charged with having assisted Iliynn
In his last campaign.
Judge Humphreys sent word this
morning that ho would come down to
his office this afternoon.
Tho continuation of the auction
clearance sale nt Morgan's will take
place tomorrow at noon.
William F. Storey, a former Cana
dian, wns made an American citizen
by Judge Estee this morning.
Notice Is glen that hereafter no
fishing boats will be allowed to moor
nt any of the Territorial government
There is good prospects of the bill
providing for the election of Senators
by popular vote will he acted upon In
Bourbon Whiskey, 6 years old, 13.G0;
Claret, 60 cents; Sherry and Tokay, 75
cents a gallon at Hoffschlacgcr Co.'s,
In the Police Court today D. lopua,
a native, was committed to tho Circuit
Court on tho charge of larceny in the
James Wakefield of T. 11. Dalcs &
Co., Is supposed by his friends to bo
aboard the steamer Etrurla that met
with an uccldcnt and was towed. to tho
The Scotch team nnd the team com
posed of players of other nationalities
will turn out for practice on the Ma
klkl grounds this afternoon at 5
In the neighborhood of twenty-flvo
moro Porto Rlcan laborers wcro sent
to Maul and Hawaii In tho Klnau yes
teruay. They are tho people who had
wandered Into town slnca the last gang
was sent away.
Tho steamer Walalcalc spent three
hours laying moorings nt Eleele on her
last trip to Kauai nnd experienced con
sldcrnble delay while loading sugar at
Auklnt on account of her donkey en-
glno being out of order.
A warrant was Issued this forenoon
for the arrest of a Chinaman who, It
Is ai'eged. on Sunday last set a vicious
dog on n little native girl, Walanao by
name. The warrant was sworn out by
Kumalae, tho giandfather of tho little
A force of men Is at present busy
putting up tho flro and police alarm
boxes at the various stations designat
ed by both departments. Tho flro
boxes are red and tho police bluo
Both systems will bo In working order
by tho first of next month.
Antone Parcsa and A. J. Paresa, his
son. arrested Sunday last on tho
charge of assault and battery on Offi
cer A. Mossman, appeared In the Po
lice Court this ofrcnoon. They plead
ed not guilty and after duo trial wero
reprimanded and dlscharGcd, It waa
found that a Portuguese boy was ar
rested at tho tlmoNfor being drunk.
This was tho cause of n largo gather
ing which the police tried to dlspercs
but without much success. Homo
trouble arose between young Parcsa
and Mossman. The former used Homo
bad languago and Mobsman slapped
him In the mouth. Old Parcsa then
look a hand and both men wore arrested.
A GREAT SUCCESS
m 1 CQJtiV
A &f 1
"Now, Johnny, tell me what a proph
"It's n fellow that Is always looking
for a chance to say, '1 told you so.' "
Every customer wearing a pair of
HANAN SHOES Is a prophet, because
he Is always telling people so. He Is
happy, contented, satisfied, and he
wants his friends to share with him.
We are Importing more HANAN
SHOES today than ever In the history
of our business; this alone proves
III! Mil! Hllil
The association football llaers of
this city aie at present busy with get
ting up the arrangements for the big
football game to be plajed on Satur
day afternoon nt 4 o'clock for tne bene
fit of the McKlnley Memorial fund. The
Scotch team wns already selected sev
eral days ago while the team selected
from players of other nationalities was
chosen at n meeting last night. The
llnc-up will he as follows:
Scotchmen Goal, Fcnwlck: full
backs, R. Anderson nnd MtGlll; half
hacks, Drown, Kay and Cockburn; for
wards, McWhlrtcr (cap(aln), Munro.
Boyle, Guild and I'lddes.
Rest of the IJntcrse Goal. Dusen
bcrg; fullbacks. Hancy and Soper;
halfbacks, lieudinnre, Churston and Us
borne ;forwards. lllackman (captain),
Morse, Simpson, l.nnsdalo nnd lloer.
The game will he played on the Pit
naliou grounds as admission will be
charged. Tickets for the game will be
put on sale this afternoon. The price
of admission will be twenty-five cents.
Tickets can be had from members or
the league nnd at various stores. The
rommltteo arranging the game have
requested the Governor flint the band
he In attendance and It Is almost cer
tain that the request will be granted.
As this will he the Inst association foot
ball game to be seen here for a long
time nnd as the teams arc especially
good, the game Is sure to be an Inter
esting ono nnd a large crowd ought to
J. H. FISHER
Slock and Bond Crokeis.
FIRE ASSOCIATION, of Philadelphia
WESTERN ASSURANCE CO, sf T
Offices SUnaenwsId Blda- Ur
chant Street. Tel. l.inhi 363.
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE
H no!ulu, March to, 1902
NA.VL Or STOCK
C. Bnwer ft Company
NS SichsDG Co.L'l
Ci Plantation Co
HawallinCom.StSu Co 1,111.750
Hawaiian Sucar Co . ..! iw.ooo
Honomu Sugar Co ... 1 ts,m
HonokaaSugar Co . 1 1 m,-mo
Haiku Sutar Co ... vm.m
Kahukit Plantation Co 330,000
Klhfl Plant Co ,lti i,ium
Klbahulii Surar Co ... im.ooo s
KoloaSurarCo . . 1 jcx.ooo1 too
Mcuryat 3u.o.,L3. . , i.,wo
unu aurar uo . ..
Onomia Surar Co
Ookala Surar Plan. Co
Olaa Su. Co., LtJ 11 )
OlaaCufrt IM nlr
ni 5 -"'
...-- 1.. -
fiiuniu su, i-un io
Pacific Surar Mill
I'll j Plantation Co
Ifkft Siiw ir C.n
HlonwrMHf Co t t.tjo.ooo1 i
rionffriiii lo, ay 500.000
wauiua A en Co . , I 4,300,000
WallukuSuear Co . 700,000 loo
wilmanal'i'iiizir Co st(ooo i
Watmca Mill Co 13,000; 100
WltJtr Stearnihlp Co
Intcr-UlanJ Steam N Co
Hawaiian fcltctrlc Co
Hon. RaplJ T. Si L Co
Oahu Ry & L. Co
Mutual Telephone Co
816 Fort Street,
Victor Safe & Lock Co.
Ideal Ready Mixed
Improved Stone Filters.
And the Steel Aormotor.
If plans now being arranged by
Prof. Ilallaseyus, the musical Instruct
or at Oahu College, cau be carried out,
Honolulu will have a music festival
next year at about this time. Protes
tor Ilallaseyus called on Madame Ge
nevra Johstone-llluhop last evening
and asked her If she would be willing
to take the leading part If a festival
were nrranged. While the lady did
not give an unqualified answer, all the
detnlls of the plan nol Having been set
tled on, still she seemed ery favorable
nnd salil Inter It was very probable
she would cotuo.
It Is the Idea of Prof. Ilallaseyus lo
get up a big chorus Immediately nud
get to work on the music It Is propos
ed shall ho given at the time. When
this Is ilnno and tho towu has been
canvassed thoroughly (o see If thero
will bo Incentlvo enough to continue.
with the work. Madame lllshop will be
written to and arrangements mado.
Ilcsldes this oratorio singer, a famous
nassn wilt very probably come along
to take a solo part.
Washington. Mar. 11. The Cabinet
dUcussed at length today the Philip
pine legislation ad the necessity for
preserving the "open door" feaures of
our policy In the Philippines exactly
as this Government expects to have
them preserved In China nnd In the
Cast, The Cuban tariff situation also
was discussed. It Is understood that
the effect to secure reciprocity with
Cuba Is an Administration measure;
that President Roosevelt is carrying It
out In pursuance, not raeiely of the
policy, but of the promise of President
McKlnley and with the most heartfelt
belief in It as being morally called
for; that this Administration, like tho
Administration the policy of which It
Is continuing, Is pledged to tho relief
Nalua, a native, was arrested yes
terday on the charge -of malicious In
jury by smashing a door of a room In
that placo whence much evil emanate;
tho Mngoon building. Ills case wa
liollo prosd. In tho Police Court today
tho pioseciitlon explaining Ihnt the
man was drunk at tho time and alo
that he had expressed a desire to pa
lor tho Inokcn door.
I Tho Wulalealq reports rough seas nt
I Anahola. It was Impossible to land.
KNOX FILES SUIT
St. Paul, .Minn.. Mar. 10. y direc
tion of tho Attorney General of the
United States a hill was filed here to
day In the Clicult Court of the United
States for the District of Minnesota,
In the case of the United States, com
plainant, against the Northern Securi
ties Company, tiie Great Northern
Hallway Company, the Northern Pa
clflc Railway Company and others, de
fendants, to test tho legality of the al
leged combination or merger of the
two roads and others named In tho
bill. The action Is brought under tho
act of July 2, 1890, kown as the Sher
man anti-trust law.
San Francisco. March 10. Ily tho
20th of this month tho Alaskan, the
largest steamer ever built on tbt
Coast, will be placed In commission by
tne Amcricnnitawnnan steamship Co.
under command of Captain Hanneld
Sho was built by the Union Iron
Works for the San Francisco, New
York and Honolulu freight trade, is
M8.5 feet In length with a breadth of
57 feet and depth of 32 feel. Twin
screws, water-tight compartment, la
cnitles Tor water ballast, four decks
and general up-tedato equipment
makes tho Alaskan second to no big
modern freighter In the woild. Slstor
ihlps, to be known ns tho Texan nnd
Arlzonan, are now In course of con
stiuctlou In the East. The Alaskan
was launched May 14th last. Tho trial
trip will probably take place tho Inst
of this Week.
IVoft,', ke & RT Co
rirtt National Hank..
Hawaiian G v per cent
llilo KR Co 6pernt
Hon MapU Trantll . . i
twa i' antit n &BrcR
wanu k at l 1.0 pr c
Oahu Plantation ore
Olaa Plantation 6 p. t
Walalua Aerlcul. 6 p. c
NEW BOOKS !
NEW BOOK LIST :
"Tho Rights of Man," by Dr. Lyman
r'ahles for the Fair," by Josephine
"Sir Richard Calmady," by Malch.
"Stephen Callnarl," by Julian Sttirgls.
"French Revolution nnd Itetlghns"
(Reform), by Sloane.
"'Schley nnd Santiago," by Graham
"Korna Gonlyeetf," by Maxim Gorky.
ANOTHER FAL8H ALARM.
The police ore becoming very weary
of the false alarms regarding the iigro
fugitive Wootls which have been com
ing Into the police station for tho last
three or four days, ami if somebody Is
not cnrcful he will surely get Ulmselt
Early yesterday afternoon the re
port came from Kallhl that there was
no doubt whatever Woods was hiding
In tho lantana bushes back of Frank
Harvey's place, he having been driven
down from the mountains by the heavy
tains. Four mounted patrolmen were
sent to the place, fully expecting to
capture Woods but they were doom
ed to disappointment. It was another
faiso alarm and no one answering tho
description of Woods could be found.
nieso are only seven of the new
hooks, but we have seventy times
seven Just as good and as Interesting.
J. M. WEBB,
Bookseller and Stationer.
AN HOUR IN THE MORNING
THE SAME HOUR EVERY UORNINQ
or afternoon, given to dictation, will
keep your correspondence "cleaned
up." Try It a month.
J. D. AYERY, Business Correspondent
Mrs, Carrlo Mcudell teported at the
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ptiinu suuiun wuuy ui ul-uui 1. uu d.i.,i,..i r.,.,1.,,.,1 n.., 11.1
o'clock that she had been robbed of a Te) ,an g5:45. Elta Ddg,
cnaiciainc ctiiuuiuiiig our i umi a
gold watch. It seems thnt sho went
down ncriiFs the King street bridge at
about 12 noun and entered a tnlloring
establishment near by. At that tlmo
sho hail both her watch and chatelaine.
Two or thice minutes nttei emerging
from this place, she missed both the ar
tides. Her gold chain alone remained.
She had passed several people but does
not remember haWng been approached
or of feeling n tug at her belt.
The tlieorj of the police Is that thei
are pickpocket? of the cleerest kind
In tho city and that one of these took
the watch and chatelaine.
STOCK AND BOND BROKER.
HONOLULU 8TOCK EXCHANQC.
Orders for tho purchase ar sale ol
stocks and bonds carefuly and prompt
ly executed. Loans negotiated
Office Room 401, 4th floor, Stangen
wald Oldg. Postoffice box 390; Tele
phone Main 331.
WILLATID E. DROWN.
W. A. LOVE.
Halstead & Co.,
ON SUGAR SECURITIES.
921 Fort Street.
Stock and Bond Exchange.
Tel. Main 133.
J. I Flgueredo, .Manuel Carvalho, J.
J. Souza nnd J. S. Valante wero lined
?25 niul costs each In tho Police Court
this foienoon on the charge of assault
and battery on Hen Kaunah1, a former
guard at the Custom House. The story
that came nut In the Police Court Is
to tho effect that Patiolnun Splllner
went to the same old Magoon building
Sunday and attempted to make an ar
rest of a Portuguese. He met with
resistance and called upon Hen Kau
nahl for assistance. Tile natUe re
sponded Immediately and then the
trouble began. It Is said that the four
Portuguese pounced upon Kaunahl and
placed him hors de combat. The ar
rest of the four men followed. Upon
being fined In the Police Ctiuit today
they appealed their case to the Circuit
CURTAIN WEEK AT
NO. 10 8TORB
HIS FIRST VUTO.
, Wnshlngtrn, Moron II. President
Hoosewll today sent his first eto mev
sago to Congress. It was directed to
tho Benatu anil the bin vetoed was one
removing the chaige of desertion fiom
the naval record of John Glass.
300 PAIRS CURTAINS
from 50 cents a pair up.
The best collection In the city anil much
lower tlmn usual prices Tor
ONP. WEEK ONLY.
Commencing Mon. 17th
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