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EVENING DULLRT1N, HONOLULU. H. T SATURDAY, MARCH 22, 1902.
THEY ARE HERE - THEY ARE BEAUTIES
Appropriate at prizes tor card garnet. Suitable ai gift to friends
and relative! In distant parti.
Each ftrlc c. Mains fifty three half-tone engravings of the choic
est views if Honolulu, Jlilo and tlio principal points of interest in
the Islands. Back design of Kamehameha Btatuo In co'ora. Edges
In Gold. Double ena:nol surface, of the very best finish. Largo In
dexes mako them suitable tor all card games. Tclescopo cases stamp
ed ia Gold. These cards are manufactured by tho United States Play
ing Card Co., who have (pared no pains In making them tho finest
scenic pack of cards ever published.
RETAIL PRICE $1.00 PER PACK.
Ktbyond WALL, NICHOLS COMPANY, Lid. 2t
INLAID and FIGURED
We glial ante there to be the very
best linoleums made Mid will be pleas
ed to have you call to seo them. They
are the product of the oldest and most
celebrated manufactory In the world.
New line of good; of nil descriptions.
J. HOPP & COMPANY,
LEADING FURNITURE DEALERS
Corner King and Bethel Streets
Why not order a box of Saro-
nl's Oae candles when telephon
ing for the groceries? The Ala
meda baa Just brought us the
- ' CREAMS and
TTe sell them In J-lb, 1 ano
21b boxes. Remember, Just a
telephone message will bring
theaa to your door.
H. MAY & CO.
Tho Popular Grocery.
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according to the opinions
of physicians and food ex
perts, wo have all the belt
of the many breakfast
foods now on the market.
There Is one that has be
come the most popular of
all foods simply became
Ita work and results tell
quickly and satisfactorily.
Come and we'll tell you
confidentially which will
suit you beat.
LEWIS & CO.
it II Limited It ll
1060 FORT STREET.
240 Two Telephone 240.
I EEVE 5BlSS I
There Is Individuality about eye
glasses the same as dress. Not every
one can be fitted vlth the samo clip
and spring. Eye-glasses should bu
made to fit the face becomingly and
a small featured person noods a small
er lens than one with a broad face.
Wo Ot each Individual, and tako all
accessary care without piling the
A. N. SANFORD
Boston Building, Fort Street.
Over May A Co.
Wo aro having qulto a sale
of rope portieres. These are a
pew Importation and aro In very
beautiful colorings. Prices arc
Large stock In handsomely
finished quarter-sawed oak,
chalra to match.
Our furniture stork at tho
present time Is very complete In
every department. Come and
No More Dread
of the Dental Chair
TEETH EXTRACTED AND FILLED
ABSOLUTELY WITHOUT PAIN by
our late scientific method applied to the
gums. No sleep-producing agents oi
Theso are tho only dental parlors In
Honolulu having PATENTED APPLI
ANCES and.tngredlents to extract, fill
and apply gold crowns and porcelain
crowns undectecable fioni natural teeth
and warranted for ten years, WITH
OUT THE LEAST PAIN. All work
done by GRADUATED DENTISTS ol
from 12 to 20 years' experience, am
each department In chuxgo of a Special
lit Give us a call, And you will find
us to do exactly as wo advertise. Wt
will tell you In advance exactly what
your work will cost tr a FREE EX
AMINATION. Set Teeth SB.OO
Gold Crowns $5,00
Gold FllllnU 81.110
Silver Fillings (SOc
Our name alone will be a guarantee
that your work will be of the beat,
Now York Deiital Parlors,
Room 4, Elite Building, Hotel Street
LADIES IN ATTENDANCE
Hours, 8 a, m. to C p. ra.
Sundays, 9 a. m. to 12 in.
NEW YEAR WELL
By having your photo
taken. My work Is
qf tho highest quality
And prices reasonable
J. J. Williams
Take clevutor In Boston Block.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
The freighter Tamplco sailed from
Seattle on March 11 for Honolulu,
Tho barkenUne W. II, Dlmond will
Ball tor San Francisco with 6iigar cm
Hannn shoes are talked about be
cause they occupy a class exclusively
Lewcrs & Cooko's Hen on J. W.
Lake's "Doer picnic" lumber has been
The fcchconer James II, Uruse, Cap
tain Miller, will sail for the Sound
GosrIp Is out for this week. It con
tains Its usual amount of Interesting
The very best developing and print'
Ing of plates and films at Honolulu
Photo Supply Co.
Judge Humphreys has overruled the
demurrer In Antonc J. Lopez vs. An
tonio Manuel ct al.
The weekly edition of the Evening
Bulletin gives a complete summary of
tne news of the day.
The finder of a gold locket set with
opals will receive a reward by return
ing same to the Hawaiian Electric Co.
There Is still no trace of Woods, the
negro fugitive, although the police are
not relaxing their vigilance for n Blnglo
In the Police Coutr today, Tomlalay
was sentenced to six months' Imprison
ment nt hard labor on the charge nt
Bourbon Whiskey, C years old, $3.50;
Claret, SO cents; Sherry and Tokay, 76
cents a gallon at Hoffschtacgcr Cb.'s,
On account of the Inclement weather
the performances of the Hawaiian Po
not' Dramatic Club have been post
poned until next week.
The Klnau from Hito was reported
fifteen miles off Diamond Head at
12:45 o'clock this afternoon. She will
dock about 3 o'clock,
1). F. Dillingham has made a favor
able offer ot his MiVooa lands to Mr.
Grlswold for the great development
scheme the latter la promoting.
Owing to the Inclement wenthcr, the
Hawaii Ponol Dramatic Club haB de
rided to postpone Its play that was to
have been given In the Opcrn House
tonight. It will probably bo a week
before the play Is again put on.
Piospccts nppenr to be, reasonably
good that the wireless telegraph sys
tem will bo again opened for business
provided the creditors ot the company
will agree not to Interfere with a guar
antee fund to le raised solely for oper
Com Chock, arrested the other day
on the charge- ot gross cheat nnd al
leged (o have collected money In the
namo of the Honolulu Agate Ware Co.,
h fake Institution, was tried In the
Police pourt today. He was found not
guilty and discharged. Attorney L. A.
Andrews appeared for the defendant.
Knhoano nnd Ane Lunhtwn appearol
In the Police Court this forenoon on
the charge of vagrancy. The defen
dants nre said to nave been found un
lawfully on the premises of another by
night and the action was taken by wny
of laying a foundation for a clvjl suit.
After a long trial, the defendants were
found not guilty nnd discharged.
Tho two police teams, captained by
Deputy Bherlff Chllllngworth and Se
nior Captain Parker, respectively, aro
snooting a match at the Iwllcl butts
this afternoon. l'ach team has won a
match, so that this afternoon's contest
will settlo the question or supremacy.
In the total srnres of the two matches
Captain Parker's men aro ahead. The
Inst match was a very closo one, Dep
uty Sheriff Chlllingworth's team win
ning by a scoro of 37S to 375, a margin
of only 3 points.
At about 9 o'clock last night and
while Mrs. Clrns. II. Cooper wns nt
Hear Admiral Merry's cottage, a wo
man paid a IkU to the Cooper home
The hired girl nnswered the summons
The woman pushed herself In nnd be
gun walking about In the rooms. When
asked what she uns doing there, tho
woman answered tlyit she had been
sent by Mrs. Cooper to get something
The lil red girl suspected that some
thing was wrong and began nctlie
reparations to get the woman out of
tho house. She finally mucecMfil. Ai
soon as the Intruder got outshlc she
cried "Oh, help inn." A huc-k was out
irlilo and twp men helped tho woman
tho Mililelc which Immediately drove
away. The Intruder was undoubtedly
ILLNESS OP JOHN MITCIIBLL.
Des Moines, n.. Mar. 14. Preslden'
John Mitchell of the United Mine
Workers of America spoke toulght at n
meeting of miners and operators, who
are holding u ronfiircnie here to fix the
nulo for tho ensuing jear. Mitchell
hud Hpoken only a few minutes when
he was taken ill untl had'tu he assisted
fiom the stage. l wus about ten min
utes befoie ho was nbel to return, and
he did not attempt to speak uny fur
ther although ho occupied u 6e.it on
the stage throughout the eicnlng.
Washington, March H. M. Cambon.
tho French EnibaBsndor, wns host at
n tea this afternoon when-several nun
dred guests got their first glimpses at
the portraits of Mrs. Koosevelt and
MUh Alice llousovelt Just completed
by tho French artist, M. Theobold
Clmrtrnn. Tho artist was Introduced
by M. Cambon,
The portrait of Mrs. Roosevelt is n
little more than a three-quarter view,
In u ulttlnc position. Mr. Chartran
told the company she waB tho easiest
utnl most graceful subject ho had ever
painted, Mrs. Roosevelt Is depicted In
a white silk gown, over whlcli Is worn
a looso black silk cloak, Its lining ot
lavender being tho only touch ot color
tn tho toilet. Tim IlkcncHs to Mrs.
Roosevelt In her hnpplest conversa
tional mood Is regarded as striking
Tho south front of the White House
with IIh round window and gallery nnd
historic decs, foims the buekgiouud.
The portrait of Miss Ruosevelt
though inuih smaller, Is characteris
tic In tho poso of tho head. It Is n bust
portrait, snowing only a lit t Io of the
top of the whlto gown worn by Miss
portinltH will bo sent to Paih, where
thoy will occupy placea In the. summer
-'A faguft n
'tt a V Aiuj-oa '4
BECAUSE HANAN SHOES
cheer the feet, are guaranteed
comforters, top grades, maxi
mum values. Talked about, be
cause others try to-lmltate them,
because they occupy n class ex
clusively their own o o o o
Tho accompanylugcut Illustrates
one of their newest lists; It
combines comfort, style nnd
good wear, o o o o o o o
i J. H. FISHER
Stock and Bond Brokers.
FIRE ASSOCIATION, of Philadelphia.
WESTERN A88URANCE CO, of T
Offices Stannenwald lido. M
chant Street. Tel. Msta 363.
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE
Honolulu, March 22, too J
NAWL OF STOCK fir,"!.
Judga Iloblnson denied the motion
for default and Judgment in the case
of Carlos A. Long vs. H. C. Macfarlanc
ct nl. Tils Is tho suit brought at the
instanco of the Hogan troupe against
the local company that agreed to fur
nish tho money to bring the minstrels
Judgo Gear referred the accounts of
the D. P. lllshop Kstate trustees to
George Davis as master.
George Chalmers was appointed ad
ministrator of tho estate of Mary Ann
Chalmers, under a bond of $5000.
Miss Allco P. Denrd wns appointed
guardian of the Clcmm minors. Judgo
Humphreys remitted all costs. The
same order was made as to John Ar
nold Tlosarlo, a minor.
A petition was filed BBl.Ing tho op
proval of Judge Gear of tin- sale of cer
tain real estate of James Love to
Young' Anln, for the sum of 110.000.
George Dals Is trusteu of the propel-
ty 01 mo lormer speniunritt, and ap
proves tho deal, having been unable
to secure a bid ot J.20,000 at public
C. P. Reynolds lias been appointed
commissioner by Judge Robinson to
partition tho real estate In the suit of
Victoria G. Iluffandcau vs. A. A. Mon-
Anton Helgcsen has been nnuolntcd
administrator of the estate of Anna
Judgu Humphreys slgnl-d an order
for tho distribution of the estate of
Gernldo Jose Itoclo. Half goes to the
widow, n tlio other halt to the four
children, share and share alike.
W. AC Wall, as Commissioner In the
ease of Iteyes vs. Callihan et al., made
n report yesterday recommending a ill
vision of the disputed property Into
Patrick Walsh, committed to Jail In
default of $30 for contempt of court,
was afterward reloascd.
Representative Preudcrgast was be
fore Judgo Humphreys to explain
some of his transactions as adminis
trator of tho estate of N'noml Kaaihuo.
It appeared that the legislator had
lent money to some of his friends, J.
K. Nakookoo, P. A. Aklna and A. II.
Itemnr. and held only their notes, with
out security Judgo Humphreys gnv
l'rendergnRt sixty days to pay back
the money, about S00O, to the estate.
816 Fort 8treet,
Honolulu, T, H.
Victor Safe & Lock Co.
Ideal Ready Mixed
Improved Stone Filters.
And tho Steel Aermotor.
C. Brawtr Si ComBinv. .
L.H. Karr K Co,, Lti
Hwa Plantation Co
Hawaiian t,om.flt:ii o,
Hawaiian barar Co .,
Honomu Sutir Co ,.
Honokaa Sugar Co....
Haiku Surar Co ...
Kahuku Plantation Co,
Kltial Plant C0..UJ...,
Klpartuttj Sufir Co. .,
Kotoa Surar Co
Ohu Surar Co ,
O-iomta Sutarco ....
Ookala Sural Plan. Co.
ni.. c. rl t, ...
, Olaa Su Co. LI4 r-lupl
Paaunau Su 1'lan Co
Pacific Surar Mill.
Pa la Plantation Co
PrtkeoSuKf Co .,.
Plonwr Mill Co.
PloiwtrAIIII Co. A
WailukuSurar Co .. ..
Waloiea Mill Co
WllJtr SlaamOilnCo .
Inttr-ltland Strata N Co
Hawaiian Lirttrtc Co
Hon. Rat-la T. t L. Co
Mutual Trltr-hona Co
Oafcu Uv St L. Co
rronira lea & Kit Co
Flrtt National Paak...
Hawaiian (ov f ptt Cfat
Hilo R K Co. i f rent
Hon Rapid Traniit ....
Ewa Plantat n 4 cr fnt
wanu K l, co. par c
Oahu Plantation Ope
Olaa Plantation 6 r. c.
TTaiaiua Africui. o p. c
NEW BOOKS !
NEW BOOK LIST :
"Tho Rights of Man," by Dr. Lyman
i-'ables for tho Fair," by Josephine
"Sir Richard Calmady," by Malch.
"Stephen Callnarl," by Julian Sturgls.
"French Revolution and Religions"
(Reform), by Sloane,
'"Schley nnd Santiago," by Graham
"Forna Gonlyeeff," by Maxim Gorky.
This afternoon nt 4 o'clock Honolulu
will witness one of the best games ot
Association football ever played hero,
The Scotchmen have always been ills
tlngfiiilshcd thmeclvcg In the football
field and w)ll be able to stand up well
against the "Rest of the Universe."
McWhlrtrr, whose fame for rapidity
foon rivals podas okys Achllleus of
Homcrlan fame, will captain tho
Scotchmen, while L. Illackman v,ho
Ii.ih been one of tho prime movers In
football here, will lead the united
ctrrnns In the strife. The tennis will
he lined up as follows:
It. Anderson Reardmnro
lliown J. Anderson
Guild Illackman (cap)
Munro . I.ausdali1
McWhlrtcr (cap) .'.... Ilayci
I loth teams have been somewhat
rrlppl.iil by changes. Of the compos
ite team, both the old fulllincks, Soper
and Harvey, aro laid up. Soper with
had ankle and lluriuy with a game
Irmi,. Ilit.la .till ,t ,l f , , hi
V""-t" .MMwa " .w I-.",, ".. ...v
Hootch team. lUitttimley. who has not
participated Jn a single gniiie this sea
son and who consequently mtikt be n
bit out of practice, v. Ill take his place.
'aiieso are only soven of the now
books, but wo have seventy times
seven Just as .good and as Interesting,
' J. M. WEBB,
UoolfHcllcr nnd Stntloner.
AN HOUR IN THE MORNING
THE SAME HOUR EVERY HORNING
or afternoon, given to dictation, will
keep your correspondence "cleaned
up." Try It a 'month,
J. D. AYERY, Business Correspondent
Regularltyl Certainty Despatch I
Tel. Main 78. 95:43. Elite Dldg.
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7, Bl Aik.l
Ouu'iror Odell of New York dues
not co In tor athletic quite as much as
ill-l 'tis 1 1 cdcccssor, Mr. KooH-vcIt, but
could make it interesting for most
persons at any kind of sport. He holds
n focd scat on a horse, tan pljy bull,
wuik ten miles without fatigue, and
very few of tho men who play with
him heat him at billiards.
Dr. Charles It. Henderson, president
ot the National Prison Association
and professor of sociology In the Uni
versity of Chicago, has Just returned
after seven months spent in Germany
studying Jails and prison condition,
examining cells and eating the brown
brentl and soup of, the prisoners.
STOCK AND BOND BROKER.
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANQE.
Orders for the purchase sr salo ol
stocks and bonds carefuly aid prompt
ly executed. Loans negotiated
Office Room 401, 4th floor, SUngen-
wald Dldg. PostofMce box 390; Tele
phone Main 331.
Halstead & Co., Ltd
MONEY ADVANCI1D ON SUGAR
921 Fort Street
TEL. MAIN 1JJ.
CURTAIN WEEK AT
IM I tli Mamma, didn't the mission
aries say savages don't wear any
clothes? Mamma Yes. denrle. IMIth
Then why did papa put a button hi
Ilia missionary box? Hnn Frnmisro
The Czar weals a ring In ultleli hu
believes Is Imbedded u piece of the true
cross. It waH originally one of tho
treasures of the Vutlenn nnd wus pre
sented to an ancestor of the Czar for
1 tie .uoiietn runs lias tiuiueci inii
Mile, nilally Is tho Modern Venus,
and has awarded the upple to lie- a
cordingly. Tho apple In this Imtamn
takes tho form of a cheek for 10,'iuu
francs, the pilze offered to the n Inner
of tho big I'ailslan beuuty contest.
E. W. Jordan's
NO. 10 8TORD
300 PAIRS CURTAINS
from 50 cents a pair up,
The bent collection In the city and much
lower tluin uHtinl prtccn Tor
ONE WEEK ONLY.
CommeneW Mon. 17th