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EVENING DUI.LKTIN, HONOLULU. H, T THUR8DA.T, MASCH M, IMC
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The Hawaiian Souvenir Playing
THEY ARE HERE THEY ARE BEAUTIES
Appropriate as print for card games. Suitable as gifts to friends
and relatives In distant part).
Each ptrlc c.ntalns flf t three half-tone cngralngs of the cholc
Ml view if Hono'iuln. JlHo nnd tlio principal po'nts of interest in
tho Islands. Back design of Knmohameha Statito In co'ira. Edges
In Gold. Double enaaiil urface, of the very best finish. Large In
dexes make them suitable for all card games. Telescopo cases stamp
ed In Gold. These cards are manufactured by tho United States Play
ing Card Co., nho have spared no pains In making them the finest
scenic pack of cards eer published. ,
RETAIL PRICE $1.00 PER PACK.
UlSSr1 WALL, NICHOLS COMPANY, Ltd. ITS!
J. Hopp & Company
Corner King and Bethel 8tu.
Why not order a bo of Saro-
nl's flno candles when tilerhdn
lng for tho groceries? The Ala
meda has just brought us th
. Wo sell them In J-lb, 1 ano
2-lb boxes. Remember, Just a
telephone message will bring
them to your door.
H. MAY & CO.
Th Popular Grocery.
according to the opinions
of phjuklanx and food ex
peits, we have nil th beet
of the mnnj breakfast
foods now on the market.
There Is one that has be
come the jnost popular of
all foods simply tc-aue
its work and results tt-ll
quickly ijnd satisfactory
, Come and we'll tell you
confidentially which will
suit you best.
LEWIS & CO.
it II Limited it it
10CO FORT STREET.
240 Two Telephones 240.
I BYE ga&iBS
There Ib Individuality about eye
glasses the same as du-i-b. Not every
one can be fitted with tb- tamo clip
and spring, Ke-glass-s should bo
made to lit the Ihcb becomingly and
a small (entitled perwm needs a small
er lens than one with a broad face.
Wo fit each Individual and take all
necetsary care without piling the
A. N. slNFORD,
Boston Building, Fort Street
Over May 4 Co.
-Very elegant stock, beau
tifully finished In Oak and
-Mahogany. Both Parlor
-and Dining Room Chairs
-In great variety.
unci upwiircltfror nn
Sacrifice prices for a short time.
Goods all plainly marked and dis
played In our windows.
No More Dread
the Dental Chair
TKETH EXTRACTED AND F1LLEL
ABSOLUTELY WITHOUT PAIN bj
jur late scientific method applied to tht
jums. No sleep-producing agents oi
These are the only dental parlors It,
tlonolulu having PATENTED APPLI
ANCES and ingredlentu to extract, fill
ind apply gold crowns and porcelain
-rowns undcctecable ftotn natural teetb
md warranted (or Un years, WITH
OUT THE LEAST PAIN. All work
done by GRADUATED DENTISTS ol
from 12 to 20 years' experience, an
Mich department In charge of a Special
1st. Give us a call, and you will flno
us to do exactly as we advertise. W
will tell you In advance exactly whai
your work will cost ay a FREE EX
AMINATION, Set Teetli 53.00
Gold CrownH $5.00
liold Pllllnfi $1.00
Silver Fillings 50c
Our name alone will be a guarantee:
that your work will be of the best
Now York Deiital Parbrs.
Room 4, Elite Building, Hotel Street
LADIES IN ATTENDANCE
. Hours, S a, m. to C p. in.
Sundays, 9 a, m, to 12 in.
NEW YEAR WELL
By having your photo
taken. My work It
of the highest quality
Take elevator In Boston B'ock.
'taw-i.i M - N I
isK 'cssssmkb? A
LOCAL AND GENERAL
A flrst-rlasi bread baker can find
employment at New England Ilakcry.
There are still no signs of Woods,
the very much wanted negro fugitive.
There will be no rehearsal of the
Philharmonic society this Friday nor
Manager F. It McStorker of Ohta Is
expected to arrhc In Honolulu In tho
next Klnau .
The cry best developing and print
ing of plates and films at Honolulu
Photo Supply Co.
The band will gic a concert on the
grounds of the Hawaiian hotel this
ccnliig, beginning at 7:30 o'clock.
A fine lot of India linen, full width
and fine dress goods, etc., on sacrifice
sale at CI oo Kim's, 1116 Nuuanu street.
Bourbon Whiskey, 6 years old, $3.50!
Claret, 60 cents; Sherry and Tokay, 75
cents a gallon at Hoffsclilacger Co.'s,
A social will' be given In the lecturo
room of the Central Union church by
the Ladles' Society this evening, to
which all arc cordially Invited
The meeting of tho Young Men's Re
search Club Is postponed to Frldny
evening, March 28, at the residence of
llcv, W. M. Klncald, Thurston avenue.
Applications for land In Kau district
were further considered, with reports
of surveys, by the Governor's counilj
There will be seniles In the Ccn
tral Union Church gospel tent on Fort
street, near Hotel, nt 7.15 o'clock this
oiciilng. A cordial Invitation Is vx
tended to all,
Sarah Hull was arrested jestenlaj on
the charge of using vulgar, obscene and
profane language on King street. Her
case came up In the Police Court to
day but was continued until tomorrow
Mrs. Apana, wife of the Chinese spe
cial police ofllccr, died at her home up
the valley this morning, after a short
siege of illness. Deceased leaves three
children, besides her husband, to
mourn her loss.
Objecting to the hjll of exception
filed by Senator I. II. Kahlllna to tho
decree of divorce granted his wife Su
san have been entered by Kinney, Ual
luu & McClanahan, nttonic-.it (or libel
ant, along with a motion to have tb
hill struck from the flics.
Leone Chew was arrested by Mount
eil I'atiolman Sidney Smith ut a late
hour last night for riding a blcyrlo
without a light. The fellow was itop
ped once b) Smith nnd told to get off
and walk his bicycle. He did this but
when n short distance away remount
ed nnd rode off The fellow did not
have any kind of a light, although
when questioned In the Police Court
today he said he had a broken lamp
winch would not burn. When this
slight inaccuracy was nailed, hu Bald
he had thrown the lamp uwny l.eong
Chew was finally fined 2 and costs.
Judge Wilcox remarking that the de
fendant having started out nu a
course of pii'vnrlcallnn had found rec
cssary tn continue It to the end by
way of Keeping up appenrnnces
It will be remembered that a feu-
da a ago n Chinese taro planter In I'au
oa was attacked by a native with the
result of a broken Index finger on the
left hand. J Ahla was tho native al
leged to have struck the Chinaman
with a sthk and a pe.ucli m made
fur him It was finally learned that
this niing man hud hidden himself
aa until the steamer Nllhau had left
for Kauai ami that he hail then taken
passage on liei as a member of the
crew, thinking in this way to llimw the
I J nlli'o (tff the tinek .
The Nllhau M turned yi-Mi rday morn
ing and Ahla was surprlstd to find a
mike olllier awaiting him. The case
mine up in tile Police Couit tortav but
was continued until tomorrow because
S, K Ku-ne. nttornev for the defense,
had been promised a dav'x notice.
J. K Maiiloa has ulso bi en arrested
on the chaw of aiding nnd abetting
in the assault on Ah Kwnl, the Pauoa
taro planter. Maulua, upon being tak
en to the police station lemonstrated,
mi) lug he was a member of the Citi
zens' Guard and iiiuld not bo touched.
It Is alleged of Matiloa that lie levelled
:i revolver at the Chinaman, afterwards
throw lng the weapon Into a taro patch.
POLICE AND COfiDUJTOR.
There was more tioublu between the
lollie and the Rapid Truuslt men on i
l.lllhu strict uir Inst night A special
mid it mounted olllcer were riding up
toward their liuinn when thn conduc
tor demanded u fair of the former, not
withstanding the fact that, he had
thrown buk his coat and shown his
badge, regulurl) numbeied.
The mounted patiolmun udviscd the
! spei hit not to pay n tent In order to
l see If the i (inductor would really at
tempt to put him uff the uir but the
vpedal Insisted that he did not caie
to have any trouble, lie would pay
his fare and then have the matter re
I ported to headquarters. Thus by the
good Judgiiiiiit of Hie, spvilul u clash
I was avoided ,
.Manager llallcnljno was told about
the matter nnd hu will make an Inves
I ligation, The special officer had a per
fect right to ride ou the nrs (rtc o(
charge ns he had been In the habit of
I'olng right along. It would seem as
if, from recent clashes, that the Llllha
Rapid Transit men arc bent on making
the pollic us uncomfortubl" us possible.
Judge llolilnson Ih trjlnc the case of
Kukckekaiilanl et al. vs. J. Alfred Ma
noon et al bill In equity tn declare a
deed a inortRaKu and tn cancel a raort
Kbkc. TJio principal plaintiff was tha
tlrst lhfesH railed. To every simple
nucKtlon hi makea a long sperrh in
reply, i; Jcihiirun appeaiu for plain
tiffs and .1. A. Magnon for defendants.
The Couit ordered Mrtj action dlsmlsv
ed ns to the It. 1'. Hinhop Kstato trus
"Tho principal Ingredient In all those,
patent medicines Is tho same " "It
must bo a powerful driiR. What Is It?"
'Trlntei's ink." Ton & Countrv.
Watcrfronters and others who hap
pened to be on the Pacific Mail wharf
this morning to witness the departure
of the O. & O. steamship Coptic rub
bed their eyes and looked again when
they saw Captain Derger and the band
appear upon the scene about S:J0
o'clock. There was also an unusual
crowd of passengers leaving this port
for the Orient and as a consequence
the crowd of relatives and spectators
was much larger than Is ordinarily the
esse when tho 0. & O. steamers loavo.
The lol girls soon got wind of this
fact and hiked themselves to the scene
rlth their wires, which soon were
very much tn evidence on the hats and
the necks of the multitude.
The band played the usual farewell
airs. Captain Berger explained his
presenco by saying that as the O. A O.
fcteamers as a gonoral rale go to the
quarantlno wharf the band did not
generally serenade on account o( the
distance of this place from the city
proper. He had been watching his
chance to find the steamer By the Pa
cific Mall wharf.
Among the passengers who left In
tnc Coptic were Colonel H. II. Boles,
wife and daughter, who are on a tout
to Japan. Mrs. Boles Is a member of
tho American Y. W. 0. A. 'committee,
and a large reception lo her had been
planned by the ladles of the local as
sociation. This had to bo postponed
on account of the Interference o( other
social evonta and as Mrs. Boles loft
today, nothing cameof It.
The following passengers left In the
Coptic: Col. H. U. Boles, Mrs. II. M.
Boles. Miss E. M. Boles, J. 3. Brown.
Mrs. J. J. Brown. Mrs. Charles Boett
chcr. Miss Boettchor, Col. Edward
Fnnner, Mrs. Edward Fenner, J. Her
rera and wife, M. B. Miltonberger,
Miss M. Mulligan, Miss N. UcHurtrie,
J. E. Smith, E. B. BturgU, Mrs. E.
II. Sturgis, Miss N. Bturgts, Capt. D.
II Ward. Mrs. O. T. Kennedy, W.
Hkalfe. M B Mlltonberger, L. Mura
our, Mrs Muraour, Capt. J. A. Lnak,
J O Packard.
BEET ii'ili I
Los Angeles, March 9. The Los An
geles Sugar Company has about com
pleted the preliminaries necessary tn
tho construction of a large beet sugar
refinery before the close of the present
Affairs have reached the point where
the company Is awaiting the final deci
sion and report of the attorneys of a
company of English capitalists at New
York. The company is expecting to
receive this report any day, and. If
favorable, work oo tho construction of
the refinery will probably be started
The factory will be located In An
telopo valley, prooahly tn the vicinity
of Palmdale, though the site has not
bocn definitely decided upon. The
plant will cost about IS00.000, and will
employ about 100 skilled workmen,
fhe building will be of brick and steel,
nnd will range from two to seven sto
ries In height.
"The sugar question Is a most vital
one In the United States," said Nathan
Cole, vice president and general man
ager of the Los Angeles Sagar Com
pany "Approximately 1,400,000 tons
are consumed In this country In one
year. Of this amount 100,000 tons are
Imported from Europe and 100,000 are
raised In the United States and pos
sessions. Of the Imported one-third Is
beet. Four hundred thousand tons of
cane sugar comes -(rota Porto Rico.
Hawaii and the Philippines. From Cu
ba about the same amount Is Import
Friends Are Active
Washington, Utrch 10. With the
exception ot one witness, no further
testimony will be taken by the 8snate
Committee on Interoceanic Casals,
and on next Thursday a vote will be
taken and the Hepburn bill reported.
The decision to bear no more testi
mony waa-modenhfoomiaittet) today.
It had been feared that obstructionist!
would call for mora witnesses and de
mand the right to have them heard,
but they did not appear Insistent to
day and It was decided at oace to close
Friends of tha Nicaragua bill Imme
diately afterward decided o bring It
to a vote In the committee on Thurs
day, and slnca there has been ao
change In the sentiment of members
the bill wilt be favorably reported by
n vote ot T to 4. The plan now Is to
havo tho Hepburn bill follow the ship,
ping bill on the calendar of the S
nto, nnd the ladlcatloa sow are thai
Its friends will succeed la having -this
"Now, Johnny, tell mc what a proph
"It's a fellow that la always looking
for a chance to say, 'I told you so ' "
Kvery customer wearing a pair of
HANAN SHOES Is a prophet, because
he Is always telling pcoplo so. He Is
happy, contented, satisfied, and he
wants his friends to share with him
Wo are Importing more HANAN
SHOES today than ever In the history
ot onr business, this alone proves
816 Fort Street,
Honolulu, T. H,
Victor Safe & Lock Co,
Ideal Ready Mixed
Improved Stone Filters.
And the Steel Acrmotor,
NEW BOOKS !
NEW BOOK LIST :
"Tho Rights of Man," by Dr. Lyman
o'ables for the Fair," by Josephine
"Sir Richard Calmady," hy Match.
Stephen Callnarl," by Julian Sturgis
r'rench Revolution and Religions"
(Reform), by Sloane.
"Bililoy and Santiago," by Graham
Korua Gordvcuff," by Maxim Gorky.
llltDO UIV UMIJ DUIC1I ft tUV as, tv
books, but wo havo seventy times
ftoven Just as good and ns interesting.
J. M. WEBB,
Bookseller and Stntloncr.
AN HOUR IN THE MORNING
THE SAME HOUR EVERY MORNING
or afternoon, given to dictation, will
keep your correspondence "cleaned
up." Try It a month.
J. D. AVERY, Business Correspondent
Regularity) Certainty Oespatchl
Tel. Main 78. 95:45. Elite Dldfl.
300 PAIRS CURTAINS
from 50 cents a pair up,
The bcrtt collection In the city and much
lower thun uhuuI prlcctt for
ONE WEEK ONLY.
Comineiiciii? Moil, 17th
J. H. FISHER
Stock and Bond Brokers.
Fine ASSOCIATION, of PhlUdttphl
WESTERN A8BURANCE CO, of T
Offices Stangenwald B.dg.. M"
chant Street. Tel Main ZbZ,
HONOLULU 5T0CK EXCHANGE
Honolulu, March 23, .922
NAME Or STOCK fjfj ? BJ M-
C. Bftwtr tk Company i.cVn.wx too i
NS SichiDG Co.LM 60000 too 91
L B. Krt fc Co., Lti tm,ooo f:
twk PUntitlon Co ... 5,000000
HawftlUn Ant cultural Co 1,000,000 too ., im
Hawaiian Com &S11 Co a,it,rjo too
Hawallao Sugar Co . . t,ooo,ooo to . ... it
Monona Sugar Co 750.000 oo .. , uj
Honokaa Stfar Co 1 000,000 it
Ha'ku Sugar Co , ynvo too 1
Cahuku Plantation Co joo.ooo .. j
Klhel Plant Co LtJ, t,o,ouo 90 n
ICtpahutu Sugar Co .. 1(0,000 toe t
Koloa Sugar Co )oc,ooo too.... im
MtBrydtSiiCo.,1.1 j.vw.oo ao ?S . .
0bu Sugar Co , 1.600,000 too v . .
Ononca Sugar Co .. 1.000000 to tiH .
Ookata Sugar Plan Co 500,000 ao , r
Olaa Su Co.. Ltd., at ) $,w to 11, .
OUa Su Co LtJ piupt 1 300,000 ao it 1)5,
Oloalu Company ijoooo too iff
PaauhauSu, Plan Co j.000,000 50 10 . .
Pacific Sugar Mill 100000 too ,, m
Pala Plantation Co Tjo.orm loo tfi
Ptpeflceo Sugir Co Tjo.000 too.... j-,
PlonwrMill Co t.tjo.ooo too Jj
Pioneer Mill Co Ais jooooo too ...
Walalua Agri Co 4,300,009 too tH
WailukuSugarCn roo,ono too . , ntlt
Walmanalnsugar Co tj 1,000 too
Walmea Mill Co . itj.ooo too
Wilier Steanuhip Co moooo 100 ir
nteMilanJ Steam N Col J too JI
r.opi'. i r vg Co JS1 100 . ..
Flril Nallonal R.nli
HtwillanCnv ir.rcnt ru
Hon Ujpli Trinsll (
Ew, I'Lntat n 6 pff centi t.i .
Oihu R & L Co rr c iuH
O.hu iMjnuiion 6 pc I. . .
Ola. n.nuilon 6 p, c '.
Walalua Ajrlcul t. e ...I
Sail's -Soft O. It & I. Co. J10I23
Portland, Me. March 11. Granville
V l.riRliton, teller of the National
Traders' Hank of this city. Is under ar
rest, a self-confessed defaulter to tho
extent of JI3.00U.
unlrlnls of the bank state that
Leiglitrm has madloterto the Institu
tion all his real estate and other prop
erty anil that tl,ls,,tc;sctlier,wlth. Jill
Imnd. will jBalp,Rood tbe lo.i, autaliii't'o
ed hy the bank.
STOCK AND BONO BROKER,
HONOLULU 8TOCK EXCHANGE.
Orders for the purchase or sale ol
slocks and bonds carefuly and prompt
ly executed. Loans negotiated. . . . . .
Olflce Room 401, 4th floor, SUngsn
wald Dldg. Postoffice box 390; Tele
phone Main 331.
Halstead & Co., Ltd
MONEY ADVANCBD ON SUGAR
921 Fort Street
Telephone Mnln IBS.
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