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Second Shipment of
New Spring Goods !
Tho Alameda vhas brought us the daintiest and newest effects In
spring materials, consisting of tho very best productions of American
and European looms. Of soma of tho goods wo have a largo stock,
while of others, though of great assortment, wo havo only a samplo
line. Itcmcmbor that tho early buyers nro tho ones who havo tho
largest variety to choose from. Tho now arrivals. Includo
Handsome Wash Materials
White Goods and Fancy
Included nro a fow dress lengths of SATIN LIBERTIES and
TWILLED FOULARD 8ILK8. Tho designs nro nrtlstlc and tho color
ings exceptionally beautiful. They will provo quick sellers.
Entirely New Assortment of
FANCY RIBBON9, VEILING, KID GLOVES and NECKWEAR.
This Is a special lino of the latest novelties; no la'rgo quantities;
mostly a samplo line.
LACE and MUSLIN TIES; NEW SILK TIE8, PROTECTION
EMBROIDERY COLLARETTES, NECK RUFF8 In solid white, solid
black and 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
ties arriving on tho Alameda, wo will continue our reception nil of
DRY GOODS .COMPANY, Ltd.
WHY THROW $40 AWAY
by paying $100 for a typewriter when you can get an up-to-date
strictly high grade machine
The Wellington Visible Writer
for $60. This machine Is a revolution In typewriters. One of
many endorsements given tho Wellington Typewriter Is as follows
"Wo make tho statement positively
that they are absolutely the best, ex
celling all others In simplicity, dura
bility and accuracy. Wo aro using 75
Of them In our Philadelphia and New
York stores. Thoy havo our unquali
'(Signed) JOHN WANAMAKEn."
We have JuBt received a shipment of these typowritera and
will be pleased to glvo full particulars regarding same.
Theo. H. Davies & Co., Ltd.
RAIN LANDS HUNDREDS
NEAR THE LIGHTHOUSE
Batrachians Have Been Disappearing
Due to Strenuous Efforts
of Young Brothers
and the Cat
Ever slnco the flood of Tuesday,
when Nuuanu stream overflowed Its
banks and swept In a raging torrent
down to the harbor, the little Island
near tho lighthouse on which tho
Young brothers have their home, has
been Infested with hundreds and hun
dreds of frogs.
The frollcsomo and pcsttfcroui
green-backs on the morning Immedi
ately following tho flood swarmed on
tho verandas of the little frame houso
on Young's island and It was their
united and prodigious croaking which
aroused tho brothers from their com-
tortnblo couches at an unusual and un
One of the brothers, hearing tho
peculiar noise, as of a host of auto
matic cash registers out of order,
hastily arose, donning his nether gar
ments, and proceeded on a tour of In
vestigation. No sooner had he opened the door
and stepped, barefooted, onto the
veranda, than his feet came In violent
and slippery contact with a couple ot
big specimens of the frog family. The
brother said something appropriate to
the occasion and called the rest ot the
The dawn was Just breaking and ths
first slanting rays of the sun shorn)
with a greenish glaro oij the backs ol
"What aro they?" asked one of tin
"Krogs. of courso," said the dis
coverer of their noisome presence.
"When camo they?" was the newt
question, as tho speaker put on a
heavy pair of top boots, not caring to
squash promiscuous frogs In his trip
out on the vcrenda.
"I suppose they were washed down
by tho flood yesterday," was the logical
Just then, the frogs seemed Inclined
to enter In at the open door, the pet
cat of tho Young brothers sailed In
among tho slimy beasts nnd clawed
right and left, catching several ol the
frogs In her Jaws. Tho versatile fellni
made n good breakfast and then quit
tho Job, so that the Young hrother
were forced to get brooms and shovels
to knock the remainder of Nuuanu's
refugees from tho veranda.
Swarms of frogs were noticed on
the little Island. They had hopped Into
ill! FOR W TRIAL
Assistant District Attorney Dunt.i
yesterday filed a motion for a new trial
In tho case of the United States vs. the
Honolulu riantatlon Company. The
motion Is to be presented beforu Judge
Estce next Wednesday.
In the assignment of crrora It Is
stated that tho evidence Is wholly lu
sutuclent to Justify tho crdlct, In that
there Is no evidence to support the
finding that tho market value of the
leasehold Interest Is ot the sum of
$94,000, or nny sum in excess of $T5,
000. In support of thjs Is tr.nched an
affidavit showing the Judgment of tho
court after the first trial to hare been
$75,000 In full for all damages of cve.'y
kind. For tho same reason It 13 al
leged that there was no evidence to
Justify tho finding of the Jury of lUm
ages In the amount of $8523.
It Is further alleged that tho valua
tion of the Jury was a mens spocula
tlvo olie, and that Jury gavo undue nnJ
excessive weight to the expert tcstt
mony introduced by said defendant.
The plaintiff alleges that the court
erred In allowing the testimony rela
tive to the mill upon the plantation,
and In allowing some of the questions
asked by defendant of the experts.
Mr. Dunne nlso sets out the fact of
tho first trial, the subsequent order of
Judge Estce in granting a new trial,
upon the refusal ot the defendant to
ncccpt a cut to $76,000, the amount
fixed by the court. He says further
that the evidence In the two cases was
substantially tho same; that but few
additional witnesses wcro called, and
upon tho samo pleadings nnd tl)e samo
state of facts, the verdict Bhould not
havo been nbovo the sum ot $73,000, the
Judgment In the first trial.
OLD WHALER PROGRESS
(11 HI ENDED
Chicago, Feb. 2G. After years of
rough service, the balk Pror.'tn, hiillt
for tho whaling trade, met nn inglori
ous end last evening -n the South Chi
cs (.? -rt or.
Slnco the World's Fair, when tho
Progress rode the waters of the outer
lagoon equipped as a model whaler, tho
ship has been moored In the South
Chicago harbor. Some unknown per
son set fire to the vessel and she burn
ed to the water's edge, no attempt be
ing made to extinguish the fire.
The remnant of tho old whaler will
bo blown to pieces by dynamite, as
the fire left enough of the wreck to
prove a menace to navigation.
The Progress, when In the whaling
industry, was famed as n lucky ship.
She was built In Westerly, 11. I., in
1843, and was christened the William
Phelps, being owned under that name
by Charles P. Phelps until 1S61, when
she was sold to the United States Gov
ernment for a storeshlp. As such tho
ma mini loioim. i.ivv ,mu h". -- iTogrcss continued uniu mo ciose oi
tho gasoline launches of the Young lhe clvll War The vc88el wa8 aold by
brothers, iney nau mu nnucr me lho novcrnraent at auction. In 1865.
PER S. S,, "ALAMEDA"
New Line Golf Shirts
very latest In tho market.
SILK AND CRAPE 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
MAQOON BLOOK, MEROITAKT &TREET.
JP .. B03C 880 IMIain 2IB
p. o. Box m. T,-
W"i:ixrc3r wo ojeiajnt
THB OLDEST CHu'E FIRM IN HONOLULU.
Oulm la Plat Stlkj o4 Gnu Lluu. CsImm Jiptimt Qooli ol All kla.
Il0-tt NUQIMI itTMl
house They had lined up In platoons
on the sand and they were continually
attempting to again gain the veranda.
They were seen swimming In tho har
bor, and countless frog remains weie
observed along the lltle beach, the poor
little beasts having been battered
against bridges and piles and ships'
Tho frogs hnye been gradually dis
appearing, since the flood, from the
neighborhood of the small piece of
land which the Youngs call their
home, but their disappearance has
chiefly been tho result of strenuous
efforts on the part of tho brothers.
"Wo novcr expected to becomo rich
so suddenly," said one of the brothers
to a friend the other day.
"How rich?" asked the friend, bit
ing like a fish at a plcco of salt salmon,
"Why, look at the greenbacks that
came our way.
COMING TO HONOLULU.
When tho Coptic left San Francisco
the following passengers were booked
for Honolulu by tho Ventura, Balling
yesterday: Mr, end Mrs. U. II. Smith,
Mrs. D. C. McLaughlin, child and gov
erness; A. C. McLaughlin, Mr. nncf
Mrs. W. P. Jones, Edwin Qoodall, wife
and child, S. N. Palmer and friend.
Mrs. Patterson J. L. Chauplln ani
wife, Mr. nnd Mrs. Smith, Illshop NIcZl
ols. Miss Nichols, Mr, and Mrs. A. J.
Campbell, child and maid, O. S. Dear
borri, J. I). Ilyan, Sodcn party, Colonel
Skinner, D. W. Doles, Alex, Schlnter,
Dr. Grossman, Mrs. C. A. Hutchins,
Miss Hutchins, Mr. and Mrs. II. E.
Walty and child. Mrs. H. M. Walker,
Mr, Haas, Miss V. Osborne, Mr. and
Mrs. Robert Slaughter, W. II. Baugh
Misses Scrlpps, Mr. nnd Mrs, Hitch
cock and two children, J. W. Hosmer
and wife, E. C. Peters. W. 11. McLean,
Prof, A. L. Qraebncr, Mrs. licnham.
'The following order was posted at
National Ouard headquarters yester
Honolulu, H. T., March 20, 1902.
General Orders No. 2.
Musicians of Companies A, H, C, E,
F, a and H will bo relieved from all
duty with their respective companies
until further order. They will report
to Chief Musician W. C. King for In
struction at such times and places as
he may designate.
By order of Colonel Jones.
Captain First Ilgt., N. 0. H. Adjutant.
and became the property of William O
Urowucll, New Bedford. Afterward
alio was rebuilt and christened Prog
ress. Sho was fitted for the Arctic at a
cost of $64,00, vessel and outfit, and
placed In command of Captain James
Dowdcn. The Progress was the last
survivor of tho five vessels which In
1871, at the time of the memorable
disaster to the fleet, brought down the
1200 survivors. In 1S7C the ship be
came the property of L. II. Bartlett k.
SonB, who paid for her $10,000. Thoy
remained her owners until she was
sold to Henry U. Weaver and other
Chicago parties for exhibition at the
World's Fair. The Bartletts sent ths
Progress to the Arctic whllo they own
ed her nnd on one voyago sho earned
$200,000, returning a net profit ot $50,
Sacrifice Sale"Last Week
At tho storo of Goo him, 1110 Nuuanu street. Tho finest of Orient
al silks and linens, consisting ot dress goods and embroidered handker
chiefs 32 inches square and table covers 3G and 41 Inches square. Ladles
and gentlemen's furnishing goods and underwear; duck suits, bath robes;
remnants ot grass linen, figured silks and other goods.
GOO KIM, 1116 Nuuanu Street
WOULD YOU GUT YOUR
ELECTRIC LIGHT BILL ?
Wo can help you do It. Wo havo a now Invention. It looks
Just llko an ordlncy Incandescent lamp, but It really Is a llttlo lamp
within a large one. A Blight turn of tho globo chnnges tho light
from largo to small. You can uso It In placo of your regular elec
tric lamp. It Is called tho
Saves flvo-slxths ot the current, when burning low. Wo will
supply them to you at 7Gc each. Call or telephone MAIN 390.
HAWAIIAN ELECTRIC CO,, Ltd,
KINd STREET, NEAR ALAKEA.
All sizes In quartcr-sawed oak nnd beautifully finished.
Largo stock of
Extension Dining Tabies.
Axminster and Smyrna Rugs.
Tapestry and Chenille Portieres.
Folding chairs to let for any occasion, nnd tho very best uphols
tering done, Elegant lino of furniture In all departments.
PORTER FURNITURE CO., LTD.
Plslier Block, opp. Love Bid., Port Street.
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&si " vn fjuiim
r.c'XM II I III III luP3x UJ't I
Iocs a great deal towards
keeping up tho appearance of
tho room, but nothing clso
brightens It up llko how
Near EMMA. I
C. J. DAY & CO.--GROCERIES
Needs No Cream
o Needs No Sujjnr
I J22KING STREET "
q next to Bulletin OHIco
o PHONE MAIN 199
In the District of Kau recently, a
certain man wished to get telephonic
communication with another and being
In a great hurry, was not made very
happy when he found that a couple ot
Japanese had possession of the Una
Ho waited tor quite a long tlmo and
then went to the telephono again. The
men were still talking and so another
wait was Indulged In. When the man
In question went to the telephone once
more, he was bound he would do some
thing to get -the fellows off. As It
happened, thero was with him at the
time, a young man who understands
somewhat of the Japanese language
and he olunteered to do what he
Taking down tho receiver, tho young
mart listened for a little and finding
that tho Japanese were still talking,
said Just one word which, It Is Bald,
will ftinko the meekest ot the subjects
of the Mikado froth at tl juth and
do all kinds ot desperate things, Thero
was silence tor a short period and
then the Japanese got In their work.
Every Japanese along the line was
called up to find If any of them had
been talking, nnd "Central" wob kept
busy answering tho frantic appeals of
tho men to tell them the name ot the
fellow who said that one word. It Is
understood that strenous efforts are
still being made to find him,
It's a long way for a shilling re'
marked cabby, looking sulkily at hli
I knejw It Is, said the lady quietly, It
H nan not ueen I snouw nave women.
Hawaiian Engineering, and Construction Co.
ROOMS 508, 509, 510 STANGENWALD BUILDING.
P. O. BOX 834. TEL. MAIN r
All classes of Engineering Work solicited; Examinations, Survey and Re
ports made for any class of Waterworks, Steam and Electric Construction!
Plans and Specifications and Estimates Prepared, and Construction Superin
tended, In all branches" ot Engineering Work; Contracts solicited for Rail
roads, Electric and Steam; Tunnels, Bridges, Buildings, Highways, Founda
tions, Piers, Wharves, etc.
Special attention given to Examinations, Valuations, and Reports
Properties for Investment purposes.
FREDERICK J. AMWEO, M. AM. Boc C. .,
Engineer and Manager.
W. R. CASTLE JR., Secretary and T reasurer.
WELL WORDED WANTS IN
I THE BULLETIN
Bulletin 75c. per month.
T li Dr. ts'V-, A den E sctr c 'Be t
with sus- ySMJ rensory is guaranteed
to possess 'iv- an inecuraiive proper
tl nf tin esoenslve belts now sold bv
doctors and uWglsts. It gives a very
trong current of electricity and Is eajlly
regulated. Bound to supersede others. Can
be had from the undersigned only; no
acents; no discount. Circular frte. Address
lerco Electric Co , 206 Post St., San
Frai.clsco. Sent free to Hawaii for f 0.00
Motor Carriage and Machine
REPAIR AND BUILD
ALL KINDS OP : :
Safe Work of All Kinds.
Etc, Etc., Repaired.
UNION 8TREET, near Hotel.
Phone Blue 721. P. O. box 112.
Qonsalves & Co.,
AND WINE MERCHANTS.
22? Queen St., Honolulu. H. I
The BROOKLYN SALOON
Between Merchant and Queen.
W, M. Cunnlnoham. Jno. 8ehafsi
J. W. 8CHOENINQ, Manager.
Waialua Beach Hotel
A, WEIIHEB, Manager.
Now Open for Business. Fin
est of Accommodation. Finest
of Bathing. Be Sure to Get
Off at Waialua Station.
RATES $2.50 per day;
Special Rates by Week or
For further Information ad
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to fcumuil ir An u mirror Hi irrtit rUr lr !'
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l 11.. maiiiHii tiM. srul tliaava irtvtM astllftr Mittl.
.-la !.. tn niBVaiiilM1il imiihclM'ftlMT A lamp thai
Is lialntf a tm,lrrtul ) Muo HLu II on th markrt,
AiirttlwAterortaVbli, BUttfrnlwanul( AUUmrf
STANDARD QAS LAMP CO.,
110-120 Michigan Stroot, Chicago.
lMttt it unri fn" of Hit illit ratublUlird
liiiinuf u turcr f Bmolluo lump ot all dv
tcrlplioiu. . .
Fred. L. Waldron
I. O. flox 553; Tel IJIuo 701; noom
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