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New Stock of -Wright
1902 Tennis Balls
Tennis plnjers will find our Btock
of goods complete nnd of the highest
grade We have also received some
thing that will Interest hascball play
ers, consisting of n full line of
rtxuwarnwrntwi'f it! i i to i iri nan
Sporting goods of all kinds alwnvs
In stock, for Golfers, Tennis Players,
Football l'layers, Baseball Players,
E. O. Hall & Son, Ltd.
LEADS THE WORLD
Smith Premier Typewriters,
Sold on Installment plan.
Special attention paid to re
pair work of machines of ' nil
innl.es by un expert from fac
tor) Also supplies for all ma
chines on hand
G, W. MACFARLANE, Sole Agent for the Territory ot Hawaii
Office at Washington Light Co.
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Full moon on the 23d at 4 SI p. ro.
MOET & CHANDDN'S
WHITE SEAL :.- : -
was exclusively used at the dinner given by President Roosevelt to
Prince Henry following the christening of the Kaiser's now jachl Me
teor It Is the favorite brand exclusively used by all connoisseurs.
I HAGKFELD & CO., LIMITED
SOLE AGENTS HAWAIIAN TERRITORY.
Friday, March 21,
Str Mauna I.oa. Slmerson, from La
luilnn, Kona and Knu ports, with 38S9
bags ot sugar.
Str. Nlihau, Thompson, from liana
innulu with C433 bags of sugar.
Am. st.hr. Alice Cooke, Penhnllovv,
36 days fiom Port Gamble,
O. & O. S. S. Oaellc, Finch, from thd
Thursday, March 20.
Am. bk, Oljmplc, Uvtns, for Sin
Str, Mlknhala, Gregory, lor Kleele
Str. Wnlaleale. Plltx, for Walmea
Str. Kauai, llrulin, for Ahuklnl and '
From Hanamnuliii per str. Nlihau,
March 21 J K Kauai, Airs, ltose K.
Kapu, .1 M. C'oulson and Mr Holt
echlnegcr. From Kona and Knu ports, per str
Mauna l.oa. Mnnh 210 W. Robert
win. J McAndrews, tleo Nllson. K, W
Van Seiulcu, Miss L. Sharatt, K. Nell-
sen, Miss (Iiecnwell, Mrs A I, King
and child Ah Chung, M F Scott, Rev.
O. P Emeison Mrs P. Mnllnn, V. C.
J Ottmaun, A M. Cooke, Miss K J,
Pratt Mrs. .1 A Dortfeld nnd child.
Miss M Dortfeld and 95 deck
"VARIETY IS THE SPICE OF LIFE."
S THE S
Next 8undny's Bulletin will be greater
than ever More than a magazine
because It Is newsy, Uettcp than a
mugailnc because It teems with
urttcles and stories of cither local or
universal Interesl. Don't full to get a
WILL. CONTAIN WITH OTHERS
The following Articles and 8torlcsi
The Three Fishers
Appetites of Waiters
Prince Henry Initiated
New Season Hats For Women
Dave Hill's Democratic Platform
Natural Advantages of Cubans Over Hawaiians
The Chess Board
The Story of Finney
Wrecked Ship Saved
New Railroad Signals
TenderTerror (In Poem)
The Girl Who Can Talk
All the Latest News
WllS AI THE COPTIC
The police aifl authority for the
statement that the story In the Star
yesterday about the depaiture of
Woods, the negro fugitive, on the Cop
tic was the purest kind of fiction. The
police had Tio Idea whatever that
Woods had taken his departure on that
vessel In fact, the stilctest kind of u
watch had been kept on the steamer
and everyone that went on boaid or
eame ashore, was subjected to the
vciy cloest scrutiny No one In any
way answering the description ol
Woods went aboard the steamer. In
fact, the police give the negro fugitive
credit for morn sense than to attempt
to get aboard the Coptic.
All night long olllceis were out on
duty, posted at various' plares about
the city and In the suburbs on the
lookout for the negro. It Is still
thought thnt he Is In Kallhl valley At
sll events, the police authorltti
haven't the slightest idea that he ha:
left the city by uny vessel, steam oi
NOTICE JO TAXPAYERS.
JOHN I). McVKIGH has this day
been appointed Deputy Assessor and
Collector for the District of Honolulu,
Island of Oahti
JAMKS DAVIS has tills day been
appointed Deputy Assessor and Col
lector for the District of Koolauloa,
vice Louis James Ajlett, leBlgned
(Signed) JAMKS W. PIIATT,
Assessor 1'liHt Division
(Signed) V.l. H. WRIGHT.
Maich 12, 1H02 20S9 3t
The steamer Mauna I.oa, Captain
Slineison, ai rived In port at C o'clock
this morning from Hawaii with 3859
sacks of sugar, 75 sacks of coffee, 30"
bags of taro, G29 bags of awa, 118 bun
dies of bananas, 29 kgs butter, f bun1
dies hides, 10 pigs, 30 head of cntthi
and 25G packages sundries.
Nineteen ciibln and 93 deck passen
gem nrilved In the Mauna l-oa, The
list Is published elsewhere.
Veiy tough seas and strong north
e.ist winds were experienced along the
llamakua coast. There wus no tain
The steamer Noeau Is weatherbound
at Wnlplo Gulch. On Wednesday she
cnlfcd nfllllofor pr6vfsTons7icturnlng
to Wnlplo the same night. She land
ed all of her Kukulhaelc' freight and a
little of her Honoknn freight.
A htavy easterly swell and high
wind characterized the tilp along the
The steamer Hanalel Is reported at
Puiinluu loading sugar. She had 400
sacks nboard when the Mauna I.oa wan
at Kallua. She expects (o leave Puna
,luu tomoirow with 12,000 sacks of su
gar. The Hnnnlfi lost her gasoline launch
In twenty-five fathoms of water nt
Punaluu, while hoisting It aboald.
One of the falls carried away and the
launch tipped' In the water, filling Im
mediately Kvery eHoit wus made to
recover the launch but without suc
cess. No trneo of the boat could be
Light northeast winds and n smooth
sea were enjoyed crossing the channel
ou.the wa home.
The Mauna l.oj took nine Japanese
from Hawull to Maul and brought
forty from Hawaii and three from
Maul to Honolulu.
THE LOOMS OF NEW ENOLAND have come to bo today tho
wonder 'of tho world. Ynnkco skill and Ingenuity Is nblo to dupli
cate the finest productions of Hngland and Franco, and nt from one
third to one half tho cost,
How can they do It? How can they produce n fine, oven, sightly
fabric embellished with tho daintiest of color printings for so no'mlnal
n sum? Oh e It up. Tho goods arc here (o amaze both you and us.
Adequate description Is utterly Impossible, but tho following hints
may serve. ,
DAINTY 8WI8SF8 Perfect reproductions of tho European origi
nals; you could not tell the dlffericu nor could we. The weave and
the color effects are worthy of goods costing several times the price.
There are many, many new patterns in this ever popular fabric.
Tho styles are French but tho product Is entirely American.
15c BATISTES ISc
Than these no cloth or color stands tho laundry better. The French
product sells at 30c a yard. These patterns made at tho mills of Low
ell, Mass., we guarantco to bo as solid In colors, as lasting and as
pretty, at exactly half the price of the foreign materials.
PERCALE8 No needrto say that where n strong, closely woven
wash fabric Is wanted nothing Is quite as good as percale. You have
your choice of some fifty patterns.
And then there aro whlto goods and printed goods and goods
dyed In the yarn; In fact, no such assemblage of wash goods beauty
tins ever been gathered, here before. Come and see It.
WHITNEY & MARSH, LTD.
For Want Column See Page Six
It Is said by the residents of Kallhl SITUATION WANTED.
Jliut whenever Fred Leslie comes uacK
from u trip to Kona, he Invariably
brings very wet weather. It hilght bo
ENGINEER nnd plumber As ants sltua
Apply A. II. C.
mentioned that Mr Leslie was one ot, ENQUBH lady, aged 30, desires sltua-
imp nnHHpnirprn in inf- .imiiiiii i.u liuni' ,.. i... I I it..
I IIUII UH MUUHt'nreUCI . Kuuu ucuuit
woman. Address M. M., this office
,,.. ...... .... ....... .-...- .. ... 2101'lw
mendpus downpour of rain and a mn1II-
cloudburst up In the valley this sldo of n WANTED.
ir.tlt.1 . 1 l.ti. I l. .. 41. l "
nuiini vaiiey w..c.i ., iwumi. in ..., WANTED-One large or two small
unuves as is.caunKamnno. rooms, unfurnished, for single gen-
It was at about 9.30 o clock that the tleman, small cottage preferred,
people of Walpllopllo district of Kn-, tate price and location. Address
llhi Just Walklkl of the Tramways sta-1 O. It., Hullctln office. 2101 tf
blcs heard the roar of waters frnm
above, accompanied by perfect sheets! TO LET.
oi waver, i uey inougiu u.ai some- T0 LETNl.w house ou Ilerctanla
thing was radically wiong and so ran nnj Artt.Bnn gts., dining nnd tw7
out or tneir nouses nnu stores to see bedrooms, kitchen and bath. Apply
what the matter was. They very soon! 1130 Fort St 2101-lm
found out Of a sudden the waters of
the Wnlpllppllo stream swelled to four TO LET Newly furnished 1 front room
or five times lu.umial size and poured' !'rlxn,,l,,a",IIy1 ,C?-l"i?J,r1' be'
i n.i ... tween tort nud Niuiamt Sts
The Mukilil baseball team has ihal
longed the High School boK to a
game of baseball on the Mnklkl
grounds at 9 o'clock tomorrow morn
ing nnd the challenge has been ac
cepted, the game to be plaved If the
weather peimlts. The lineup of the
tennis Is as follows.
Maklkl Joe Kubey, c; John HolL
p.; O. Hruns leapt.), lb.; V.n Sue, 2b ,
W Avlett. 3b . A Williams, ss.; Hoo
pit, rf , V. Audiews, If., I). Lemon,
l , H . Simpson nnd W. Notley, sub
stitutes High School Sam Kamala, c ; Kd
Desha, p., I. King, lb , C. Klston, 2b ,
II. Williams. 3b.; Q McCorrlston, ss ,
J Crewes, If ; D. Sherwood, rf.; O.
Thompson, cf.; W Chllllngworth and
O dibble, substitutes.
iorin upon tnc low lying locaiuies, 1U
a few seconds, people were up to their
wnlstn In water nnd the Arbl cottages
a short djstnnce back from Klnl BUSINESS DIRECTORY
aiieec neiu Bern iu uu iiuuiitu ui u uia-
tance of from three to font feet from
All minner of large logs of wood,
branches nnd other waste was hurled
down by the stream and carried Imn
the residence buildings and stales aim
G. DIETZ Watchmakei am! Jeweler,
lOCO Hotel St.
soon there was nothing hut a sea of WANTED To buy jour surplus
water extending clear to the other side
of the street nnd falling to the still
lower portions on the other side, rush
ing nlong with the force of a miniature
People of the vicinity, flaring thnt
the water would rise still higher nnd
that there might be great danger If
they attempted to return to their
homes, Hocked to the Stnr saloon
which fionts on King street and which
horses nnd rigs; live stock for rale.
W. S. Withers. 2101-tt
The public Is hereby notified that V.
the owners had the foresight to 'build j U. Calef is no longer in our employ.
nigu up irom tuc ground, in me uacK mi.n
PACIFIC IMPORT CO.
has removed to the
'si Arlington Block, Hotel Street,
In the store formerly occupied by
H. W. Foster.
The Bulletin) 75 cents per month.
Bulletin, ISc oer month.
A speciul servlre will be held In St
Augustine chapel. Walkilti, at 8. .10
Sunday morning tu honoi of Miss
Pauline Neumann who will rerelve the
AFTERNOON AND EVENING
Grand Production of a ei-Ic of
Am it nt Hawaiian History adapted
foi the stage by the
P0N0I DRAMATIC COMPANY
to be presented In Kngllsh by Native
Hawaiians. A Mvlodrnma In two acts,
The Lady of the Twilight
New Seines New Custoines New Songs
A iniinic.il Intel hide by tho company.
Landing of Lono and His Death
Hun octets by the Company.
TleketB on bale at Wall, Nichols Co
Mr. Frank W. Aust has no authoiity
tu sell or exchange Smith Premier
typewriters In ray name.
C. W. MACFAHLANK.
Sole Agent for the Territory of
Office at Washington Light Co.
part of this building they remained'
until the waters bad subsided, The
water continued to come down In tor-
rents for about twenty minutes nndl Messrs II. Hnckfeld t Co., Ltd., beg
th.-n as suddenly as" they had come., lee., an,,uunc: ,n' thelr new B,re
there was a complete subsidence, the . "J d "K- b''"f rtaJr fr occupancy,
stieam was reduced almost to ... ,.$ Mg 'SSTSt
glnal height, and people lgau to re-(to 4 p- In-"aDd from 7:30 , 0.0o(t
luru io meir nomta. itbB clt.nnK,
ine owner or ine properly over
which the water spread Itself this
morning has often been lemonstrated
with about the Btieam back of their
houhes. Whenever a heavy rain comes,,
there Is nlwava moie or less of an over
How that simply renders the place lm
passablo and makes It somewhat like
the Kuwnlo district that has been so
much talked about.
The opening on the other side of inn
stleet is too small to allow a large
anibunt of water to pass through aud
the consequence Is that there Is a back
vraid flow Then again, there Is noth
ing built on the lower sldo of tho
stream to prevent nn overflow In such
a iu8i- of the one of this morning.
Although the damage In the Wal
pllopllo district caused by the over
flow of the stream this morning is not
very great, still It caused a great deal
uf Inconvenience and resulted in vari
ous of the houses and storiu of the vl
ilnlty being flooded, des(rolng car
pets, matting and other household fur
nltme Hlgh Sheriff Iliown leports that at
abiiut 8.30 u'clock this morning there
wus a downpour of rain nt Walklkl,
the like of which lie had never seen
before It was bo heavy (hat for a few
minutes the buildings near his placo
could not be seen.
From all parts of the city come the
A Special Meeting of the stockhold
ers of the OAHU SUC1AK COMPANY.
I.IMITKI), will bu held Vthe office of
II. Hackfeld & Co, UHi Honolulu, on
Wednesday. March 20tb. 1902. for the
purpose of considering a dee-d to be
given to the United SUteB Government
of a portion of Mokuuueume or Ford's
'Bland. K. KLAMP.
Plro Work on Piiclflc llclnhta.
No morn delightful ihnnge or cli
mate, or of view tan be had than Ib
obtained by a trip to l'ailllr Heights.
Itegular round trips nut made on tho
hour nnd half hour during the day time
and In tio evening cms leave Nuunnu
avenue every twenty mlnuteB.
A special attiactlon of Japanese
flic-works on Saturday night Faro for
tho round trip and adiuisttlon to the
grounds 25 cents.
Your amateur photographic
Photo Supply Co.
will be well done If taken to Honolulu
Send the weekly edl'Jon of the Dul
letln to your frletds. Only $1 a yr.
We mnko a specialty t of
dealing In large and miall
HOUSES TO RENT
In Mauou. Mnklkl, etc.. tc
A fine 2 bedroom houso Just
off Thurston Ave., $40,
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE
SCft.eml fllm renlilen, i.u fu
sale at low piIcc-B, tei un
STOCK AND BOND BROKERS
Caic, Judgment and prompt
nets are oui constant aim
Henry Waterhouse & Co,
Fort and Merchant Sts,
65 Queen St.
THIS SPACE RESERVED
JAS. F. MORGAN.
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65 Queen St
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