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EVENING BtJLLKTIN,' HONOLULU. II. T., FRIDAY, MAnCH 21, 1902.
The Hawaiian Souvenir Playing
THEY ABE HERE -jf THEY ARE BEAUTIES
Appropriate ai prizes (or card gamci. Suitable at gifts to friends
and relatives In distant parti.
. Each perk c. Mains fifty llireo lialMone engravings of the cholc
eat vlow of Honolulu, Hllo anil tlio principal points of 'Merest tn
the Islands, nack design of Kamchameha Statue In colors. Edges
In Gold. Double cnnincl surface, of the very best finish. Largo In
dexes make them suitable for all card games. Telescope cases stamp
ed la Oold. 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 ever published.
RETAIL PRICE $1.00 PER PACK.
WALL, NICHOLS COMPANY, Ltd,
fop sale by
INLAID and FIGURED
We guarantee these to lie the very
best linoleums made and will be pleas
ed to have you call to seo them. They
ore the product of tho oldest and most
.celebrated manufactory In the world.
New line of goods of all descriptions.
J. HOPP & COMPANY,
LEADING FURNITURE DEALER8
Corner King and Bethel Streets
TVby not order a box of Saro
nl's lino candles when, telephon
ing for the groceries? The Ala
meda has just brought us the
yfe sell them In J-1b, 1 ano
2-lk boxes, rtememler, Just a
telephone message will bring
them to your door.
H. MAY & CO.
Tho Popular Grocery
according to the opinions
of physicians and food ex
perts, wo have all the best
of tho many breakfast .
foods now on the market.
There Is one that has be
come the most popular of
all foods simply because
Its work and results tell
quickly and satisfactorily.
Come and we'll tell you
confidentially which will
suit you best.
LEWIS & CO.
tl it Limited ti li
1060 ,FORT STREET.
240 Two Telephones 240.
I EVES bES I
There la Individuality about eye
glasses the same as dress. Not every
one can be fitted with the same clip
and spring. Eye-glasses shnyld be
made to fit tho face becomingly and
a small featured person needs a small
er lens than one with a broad face.
We fit each Individual, and tako all
necessary care without piling the
A. N. SANFORD,
Boston Building, Fort Street.
Over May & Co,
Wo are having quite a sale
of ropo portieres. These are a
new Importation and are In very
beautiful colorings. Prices arc
Largo stock In handsomely
finished quarter-sawed oak.
chairs to match.
Our furniture stock at the
present time Is very completo In
every department. Come and
TNo More Dread
of the Dental Chair
TEETH EXTRACTED AND FILLED
ADSOLUTELY WITHOUT PAIN b)
our late scientific method applied to the
gums. No sleep-producing agents oi
These are tho only dental parlors 1c
Honolulu having PATENTED APPLI
ANCES and Ingredients to extract, fill
and apply gold crowns and porcelain
crowns undectecable from natural teeth
and warrantod for ten years, WITH
OUT THE LEAST PAIN. All work
done by GRADUATED DENTISTS oi
from 12 to SO years' experience, an
each department In cbargo of a Special.
1st Give us a call, and you will lino
us to do exactly as we advertise Wt
will tell you In advance oxactly what
your work will cost ty a FEES EX
8et Teeth ... SB.Ou
Gold Crowns B.OO
Gold Fillings. : 61.00
Silver I'llllnfis 50c
Our name alone will be a guarantee
tiat your work will be of the best.
Njw York Dental Parlors,
Room 4, Elite Building, Hotel Street
LADIES IN ATTENDANCE
Hours, 8 a, m. to 6 p. m.
Sundays, 9 a, m. to 12 tn.
NEW YEAR WELL
By having your photo
taken, Aly work Is
of the highest quality '
and prices reasonable
J. J. Williams,
Tako elevator tn Boston Block,
LOCAL AND GENERAL
H. W. Foster, Jeweler, 158 Hotel St.
A new house on Uerctanla street Is
Fine figured and inlaid linoleums at
J. Hopp & Co.
The Pacific Import Co. has a notlcn
under New Today.
Full line of 1962 Wright & DltMn
tennis balls at E. 0. Hall & Son.
The Coyne Furniture Co. has a largo
stock of ropo portieres In different
A good housekeeper and needlewom
an desires a situation. Sec ad. In New
Pcdolln relieves and cures bunions
and soft corns. Dr. W. R. Bogle, Ore
gon block, t
The very best developing and print"
ing of plates and films at Honolulu
Photo Supply Co.
The weekly edition of the Evening
Uullctln gives a complete summary of
the news of the day.
Bourbon Whiskey, 6 years old, $3.50:
Claret. CO cents; Sherry and Tokay, 75
cents a gallon at Hoffschlacgcr Co.'s,
The latest designs In satin llhcrtlc
and foulard silks arc now shown at N
S. Sachs Dry Goods Co,; these are In
0. W. Macfarlanc gives notice that
Frank W. Aus has no authority from
the local agency to sell Smith Premier
typewriters In Macfnrlano's name.
The trolley rido social which was to
be given this evening by the Young
People's Society of Christian Endea
vor of Central Union church will be
postponed till further notice.
There was a particularly good at
tendance at the band concert on the
grounds of the Hawaiian hotel last
evening. The music was very much
enjoyed by the hundreds present
The Gaelic, from Oriental ports, was
sighted off Harbor's Point about 11
o'clock this morning. At 2 o'clock she
had not entered the harbor. Her
time of sailing for San Francisco Is
not yet known.
At noontime today the game of has-
kctball between the Oabu College and
Y. W, C. A. teams of girls which was
to have been played this afternoon on
tho Oahu College campus, was post
poned until Monday.
The funeral of the late Mrs. Frank
Harvey took place from the home in
Kalllil this forenoon. The body was
taken to the Catholic Cathedral where
the services were held and then to the
Catholic cemetery for Interment.
A meeting of the stockholders of tho
Wahlawa Sugar Co. was held yester
day afternoon for the purpose of
straightening out the affairs of the
corporation, but on account, of the
absence of certain of the stockholders,
action was deferred until later.
A twenty-minute talk on ''American
Humorists" was given by Miss Helen
Keany In the rooms of tho Y. W, C. A.
yesterday afternoon, The lecture was
listened to by a number of ladles who
expressed themselves afterwards as
having been very well entertained. The
speaker said that It was In Colonial
times when American humor first be
gan to appear before the reading pub
lic. It was Irvlng's Knickerbocker
which came as the pioneer of genuine
humorous writing. Slnco Its appear
ance America has been the leading na
tion In Its expression of genuine humor
and wit and practically the only coun
try which has exported It. She said
that it was an American characteristic
to look upon all things facetiously.
SOUZA TO P.HFOUM SCHOOL.
Manuel Sauza, tho Portuguese boy
who appeared In the Police Court yes
terday on the charge of larceny In the
ii'CODd degree by stealing a couplo ol
packs of souvenir playing cards from
the store of Wall. Nichols Co., was
again called before Judge Wilcox this
Doth the father and mother of the
boy were In the court room and upon
their being asked what they 'would
suggest, stated that their boy had be
come absolutely unmanageable. They
had told him time and again to go tn
school and he had never paid tho
slightest heed to them. On their re
commendation, he was sent to tho re
form school for a term of threo years,
Judgt Wilcox explained to the pa
rents that this would be tho very best
disposition to be made of the boy as
be would learn something there anil
would know how to do some work upon
bis discharge .'from the institution. It
at any time there was nny good reason
shown why the boy should be released
that matter could be arranged either
by the Hoard of Education or himself.
NII1IAU FHOM KAUAI.
The steamer Nllliau from Hanamau
In this morning reports the Keauhou
at Walinen. discharging. Slio leaves)
tonight for Honolulu. The W. 0. Hall
was at Makaweli, loading sugar. She
had 2500 sucks aboard when the Nllliau
The James Makco is weatherbound
The E. !', Whitney was at Makuwell
loading sugar. She had 16,000 bags
aboard. The four-masted schooner
Rosamond was at, Kleele, also loading
sugar. She had 10,000 bags aboard.
Fine weather Is reported on .the lee
ward side of Kauai. On the -windward
side the sea Is very choppy. North
northwest winds ani) rough seas were
experienced by the Nllliau coming
According to an item In the Montreal
Witness, Frank Uurnett aW Herbert
Cooke, uncle and nephew, ombark at
Honolulu In a vessel chartered by Mr.
Burnett for a year's cruise for pleasuro
and health In the Japan sea. about the
Chinese coast and among the South
Sea Islands. Mr; Cooltn Is a son of
the lieutenant colonel of the 1st Prince
of Wales Regiment, a Volunteer corpi
of Montreal, and has 'Just completed
his high srhool course. The immes of
Uurnett mid Coolie arV In the passen
ger list of the steamer Mlowt-ru, yhch
arrived here last Saturday.
i i 5mPT
10 BLUFF THE (IM
Two women who were once friends
but who have recently had that friend
ship very much strained, faced each
other In the Police Court this fore
noon. One was Sarah Hall, charged
with using vulgar, obsccno and pro
fonb language and the other was Annie
a native girl who swore to the com
plaint The testimony was to the effect that
the defendant had called her a bad
name accompanied by a vile epithet
and that she repeated the same thing
several times In the prosenco of .1
largo number of people. The trouble
occurred at the tenement house on
King street' just at the beginning ot
the Waiklkl road on Tuesday night
last. A street car filled with people
was passing at the time.
The. first witness for the defense was
Sarah Hall. Attorney Kaulukou start
ed In to ask her ifshe had not been in
troduced to a man by tho name of Rich
ords and If this was not the whole
cause of the trouble. Deputy Sheriff
Chllllngworth objected to this ques
tion on the ground that it was Imma
terial. The woman was on trial for
using vulgar, obscene and profane lan
guage. Kanlnknu arnso and stated
that If tho court would not allow him
to put on this testimony, he would not
say anothpr'word. This was Judge
WlleoxVffnawert - -
"If you- have nothing more to say,
sit down. I want you to undorstanit
that you can't bluff thin court. It
would take a good many like yourself
to do It." Kaulukou tried to say that
he had not meant anything of the kind
but' the court told him to proceed
with the rase and lie did so.
The defendant told a long story
nbout the complaining witness having
Introduced her to a Portuguese by the
name of Richards, about n walk that
she had taken with him and about the
vile thlngH that Annie had said In con
sequence of this walk at night time.
To cap the climax, Annlo had come up
on the Una! of the house to tun front
of her roum where she was seated und
had called her vile names. She be
camo angry and answered In a llkti
manner. When Deputy Sheriff Chlll
lngworth asked her It the conversa
tion wus carried on in a whisper, she
answered: "No, wo woko the wholo
Judge Wilcox called up both the de
fendant and complaining witness and
gave them a lecture, telling them that
he was in the habit of going by the
building In which they Ihcd two or
three times a day and that he had ar
rived at that stage tn life when he
was able to put two and two together
and make four. He would advise them
both to stay Inside their rooms and
not mako themselves so apparent.
This was a hint. He fhcieupon let
both the women go.
A runaway that might have resulted,
very seriously took placo on Uerctanla
street this morning. Miss Kauffman
was driving along In tho Hatch pha
eton near Thomas Square when Un
horses becamo frightened at the rattle
of some dishes in tho carriage and
Tho driver braced himself against
tho dashboard und did his best to stop
the animals but without success. Upon
ills arrival at Pensacola street, he tried
to turn them up toward the Hatch
house but was powerless.
The horses kept on going, the driver
using all his energy In an effort to
keep the horses In the'strect and out
of the way ot obstacles. 'At the Puna
lion street corner he finally gained con'
trol and stopped tho frightened anl
.Miss Kauffman was very much
frightened and wus rendered weak b)
her experience. Chip Charlock, who
wus Just ahead, stopped, took ber In
und relumed her to tho Hatch borne
Tho horses wer taken Into the Dill
ingham place to be rubbed down and
cooled off before returning to their
There was 110 meeting of the execu
tive committee of tbu Republican par
ty lust night os was announced in un
other afternoon paper yesterday after
noon. This makes tin- second time
th.s week tho Star has announced n
meeting that was uovur Intended. Tho
committee may meet sometime today
or tomorrow or, If not, at the beglunlnK
UN IN ABUUWiy
or next week.
"Now, Johnny, tell mo what a proph
"It's a fellow that Is always looking
for a chance to say, 'I told you so.' "
Every 'customer wearing a pair of
HANAN SHOES is a prophet, becauso
ho Is always telling people so. Ha is
happy, contented, satisfied, and he
wants his friends to sharo with him.
Wo nro Importing. moro HANAN
8HOES today than ever In the history
of our business; this aloue proves
816 Fort Street,
Honolulu, T. H,
Victor Safe & Lock Co.
Ideal Ready Mixed
Improved Stono Filters.
And the Steel Acrmotor.
NEW BOOKS !
NEW BOOK LIST :
"The Rights of Man," by Dr. Lyman
c'ables for tho Fair," by Josephine
"Sir Richard Calmady," by Maleh.
"Stephen Callnarl," by Julian Sturgls.
"Kicncli Revolution and Religions"
t Reform), by Sloane.
'"Schley nnd Santiago," by Graham
"Forna Gordyecff," by Maxim Gorky.
'a nose aro only seven ot tho new
books, but wo havo seventy times
seven Just as good and as interesting.
J. M. WEBB,
UooliHcllcr and Stationer,
AN HOUR IN THE MORNING
THE 8AME HOUR EVERY MORNING
or afternoon, given to dictation, will
keep your correspondence "cleaned
up." Try It a month,
J. D. AYERY, Business Correspondent
Regularity! Certainty Despatchl
Tel. Main 76. 96:45. Elite Dldg.
300 PAIRS CURTAINS
from 50 cents a pair up.
The bent collection in the city und much
- lower than ustinl prices for
ONE WEP.K ONLY.
Commencing Mon, 17th-
J. tj, FISHER
Stock anU Bond Brokers.
FIRE ASSOCIATION, of Philadelphia
WE8TERN A88URANCE CO, f To
ronto. Offices 8tansenwatd lldj, Mr
chant Street. Tel. Mcrta 363.
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE
Honolulu, March 21, 1932
NAME OH STOCK I fjjfj'jj, it?! Bll a4
C. Brawtr h Company. .
L.B. Karr Co,. M..
Bwa Plantation Co
Hawaiian com.at Mi 1.0.
Hawaiian Sugar Co ....
Honomu Sugar Co ....
Honokaa Sugar Co.
Haiku Sugar Co
Kahuku Plantation Co. .
Krhtl ClaM.Co.,ltJ, ...
Ktpahulu Sugar Co., .
Koioa ?ugar i-o
O.hu Sarar Co..
Ooomea Surar Co
Ookala Sugar Plaa. Co.
Olowalu Company .
Paauhau Su, f'lan Co .
f'adfie Sugar Mill. ...
Pala Plantation Co
PfPMkaoSuvir Co ..
Plnnf r Mill Co. .
Walalua Agri Co
Walmca Mill Co
WllJtr Staam.hlo Co .
riawa tan LlMtr le Ln
Hon. Rarli T. fc L. Co
Mutual Ttlrrtaont Co.
Oabu Rv Si L. Co
Peorle'i I" R't'g Co
Flril National Ila.k...
Hawaiian Gov ircrran
Hllo K R Co. nnt
Hon RaplJ Tranilt ....
fcwa Plantat'n a pr cent
omu k a 1, La. rf r c. .
Oahu Plantation Of e .
Olaa Plantation i r. c.
Walalua Agrkul. 6 , e.
DANDY SHOE 6IIINI3R.
"Snowball," the. well known little
colored hoy, and the 'Dandy Shoo Shin
er" were the center of attraction at the
Manufacturers' Shoe Co. all this morn
ing. "Snowball" demonstrated to a
large and Interested audience the ad
vantages of the "Dandy" over old
fashioned ways of shoe polishing.
The "Dandy Shoe Polisher" has been
extensively advertised In all the maga
zines and Is so convenient that It Is
bound to become n household neces
sity. The Manufacturers' Shoe Co. is
having n large sale and Is offering
them at the same price as lu New
STOCK AND BOND BROKER.
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE.
Orders for tho purchase or sale ot
stocks and bonds carcfuly and prompt
ly executed. Loans negotiated
Office Room 401, 4th floor, 8tangen
wald Dldg. Postolflce box 390; Tele
phone Main 331,
Halstead & Co., Ltd
MONEY ADVANCnD ON SUGAR
921 Fort Street
TEL. MAIN 133.
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