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. r. EVENING BULLETIN. HONOLULU. H. T.. WEDNESDAY. MC1I. 26. 1902.
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The Hawaiian Souvenir Playing
THEY ABE HERE j( 1HEY ABE BEAUTIES
Appropriate at prizes for card same. Suitable at gifts to friend!
and relatives In distant part).
Each ptrlt e.ntalns fifty threo half -tone engravings of the cho.c
est vlewa if Honolulu, Hllo and tho principal pr.mts of interest in
tho Islands. Back design of Kamehameha Statue In co'or. Edges
In Gold. Doublo enainil surface, of tho very best finish. Large In
dexes tnako them suitable for all card games. Telescope eases stamp
ed In 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.
Published nnd Ul I I UlPUfll Q PflUDAWV I frl Honolulu
lor ante by
INLAID and FIGURED
Wo guarantee these to be tho very
best linoleums made and will bo pleas
ed to have you call to sec them. They
are the product of tho oldest and most
celebrated manufactory In tho world.
New line of goods of all descriptions.
J. HOPP & COMPANY,
LEADING FURNITURE DEALER8
Corner Kind nnd Bethel Streets
Why not order a box of Saro-
nl's flno candles when telephon
ing for the groceries? Tho Ala
meda has Just brought us tho
We sell them In 1-lb, 1 ano
21b boxes. Remember, Just a
telephone measago will bring
them to your door.
H. MAY & CO.
Tho Populnr Grocery.
according to the opinions
of physicians and food ex
perts, we havo all tho best
of the many breakfast
foods now on tho market.
There Is one that has be
come the most popular of
all foods simply becauso
Its work nnd results tell
quickly and satisfactorily.
Come and we'll tell you
confidentially which will
tult you bett.
LEWIS & CO.
ll ii Limited ll U
106O FORT 8TREET.
240 Two Telephonet 240.
r fly E hSI3 I
There Is Individuality about eye
glasses' the same as dress. Not every
one can be fitted with the same clip
and spring. Eyo-glasses should be
made to fit tho faco becomingly and
a small featured person needs a small
er lens than, one with a broad face.
We fit each Individual, and take all
necessary care without piling the
A. N. SANFORD.
Cotton Dulldlng, Fort Street
Over May & Co.
UUIIIIrtlll, LIUi nm Uo
We are having quite a sale
of rope portieres. These ate a
new Importation and are In very
beautiful colorings. Prices are
Large slock In handsomely
finished quarter-sawed oak.
chairs to match.
Our furniture stock at the
present time Is very complete In
every department. Come and
L. PROGRESS BLOCK.
NEW BOOKS !
NEW BOOK LIST :
"Tho Rights of Man," by Dr. Lyman
r'ablcs for tho Falf1,, by Josephine
"Sir Richard Calmady," by Maleh.
Stephen Callnarl." by Julian Sturgls.
Vrcnch Revolution nnd Religions"
(Reform), by Sloane.
"'Schley and Santiago," by Grnham
"Forna Gordyceff," by Maxim Gorky.
'a.nese aro only seven of the new
books, but we have seventy times
seven Just as good and as Interesting.
J. M. WEBB,
Bookseller1 nnd Stationer.
NEW YEAR WELL
By having your photo
taken. My work la
at the highest quality
and priced reasonable
Take elevator in Boston Block.
an Houn in the morning
THE SAME HOUR EVERY NjORNINQ
or afternoon, given to dictation, will
keep your correspondence "cleaned
up." Try It a month.
J. D. AVERY, Business Correspondent
Regularity! Certainty Detpatchl
Tel. Main 76. 9 6:45. Elite Dldg.
IS NOW IN LAND OF
THE SWARTHY'. SAMOA
In a Letter to a Friend Samoa and
Life There are Described
, Moriarty at
Word has come from I. Maurlc
McMahon, at Apia, Samoa, where he
arrived "safe and sound" March 11.
"We landed at Pago Pago Thursday,
March 13 nnd arrived at Apia next
morning. The voyage, from Honolulu
was flno, with the weather delightful
though hot." says the writer.
t "At dn) break we sighted Tutulla, a
I heavy black cloud. In an hour or so
It was un emerald gleaming on the
ocean's htuo 'huzzum;' a land o!
greenness, from the stilp of jellow
sand skirting the shore to tho summits
of the mountains, a couple of thousand
feet high, perhaps. Little grass huts
like birds' nests, nestled among the
foliage by the beach the hllls'rlslng
abruptly from It. Soft silence rested
upon all, broken by the steamer's
whistle, which woke to life a boat or
two, then a few canoes, all loaded with
dusky forms. Soon they vvero along
side na we anchored not far from a
gunboat and the Mohican. The sun
shone brightly with Just n little more
than Hawaiian fervor. I thought as I
looked around, I would be content td
ttny forever In that peaceful little har
bor, half a mile or so wide, n couple of
miles long, with Its wen It'll of verdure,
i.ozy huts and merry people for every
body seemed to be smiling and laugh
ing.. Harmony dwelt there. Just a
nnrtpw road aiound the harbor, nnd
that was all of Pago Pago; very little
land besides. The people live in round
and square grass huts, with mats and
tapas for furniture and decorations;
but In Borne of them I was surprised to
tie sewing machines
"The canoes that came alongside the
itenmer were laden with oranges, ba
nanas, etc., shells and tapas. Some
cf the men, bos and girls, clambered
up ropes, which the crew laughingly
held for them, to the deck. Then there
was laughter, and chatting In English
and Samoan. Two merry-faced fa
fines danced the slva-slva, which seem
el to me moie Italian-like than Hawa
iian, as did the songs they chanted. I
riknirc you the hula Is nwny beyond it'.
"Who should 1 sec nt P.igo Pago but
Mr. Moriarty. whom I met nt llono
lulu n few weeks before I left theie.
What a surprise. I dined with him un
the Mohican, At 4 p. m. the s&mc day
wt boarded the little steamer Kuwan,
which rolled like n porpoise, en rouio
to Apia, whcie we an I veil nt C o'clock
"The past four days hero at Apia
save been ncaily 100 In tho shade,
though It Is an exceptionally hot
pell; the average temperature Is said
to be about 80. Apia Is a little town
of 2000 or 3000 Inhabitants, with a
coral reef extending about halt a mile
toward nnd about two miles from
Jjcltn to point of the bay. Voluptuous
verdure from the shore (o the moun
tain tops, half a dozen miles away;
no barrenness uny where, everything
teeming in the full blush of spring,
with myriads of cocoanut palms
wherever jou turn jour gaze,
"There Is no protection In the bar
)or at all. as there Is an opening in
the center of the reef about one-fourth
I mile wide thiough which the mighty
I waves iliish when the storms romp, at
they do severely at times. Pacing thl
ipenlng u few hundred feet from
tboro, Is the rusty skeleton of the once
vain and mighty German battleship
A, Her, w locked In the hurricane of
"A 'few big warehouses, and a few
small stores of western-town typu,
Tilth three or four churches and four
hotels, with 'saloons attached, form the
main street; and this Is fairly embow
rred In foliage. The rest of the town
Is composed of cottages of a common
kind, and the native circular, open
dwellings made of a ties called ola
men, and thatched with sugar cane
leaves, for which purpose tho cane,
teems to be principally grown. The
F.oveinmcnt, of course. Is Herman, bul
the halo of native royalty still encir
cles us, ns Mataafa nnd Tamascse favor
ug by their royal presences, though
Mallatoa-Tanu. crowned King by the
mcrlcans and Kngllsh, Is in the
I MHnplf iT tlin tnii'ti nro tmnil rnntW
nnd tome nc0 ,ciings, with little
groups of native houses everywhere,
with the men and women centcd Hawa
iian fashion theiein, the style of sitting
cf the women, however, differing from
that of tho men, In that they sit on
cno leg and nuiso the other.
"Tho German colony bus about 200
whites and 300 half whites, with 32.000
natives; tho Anuilcnn colony &900 na
tives, 20 whites and about 20 halt
whites so you see how natlveizcd we
"My health . Is Improving, appetite
glorious; the heat Is trying nt times.
however, There Is a charming hath
ing place made In the river spring
board ami cement walk. Certain hours
aro set apart for menand other hours
for women. It Is cool just now, wit!.
rain pouring. In a Utro while the sun
will smile blandly. My aloha to all
. O i .-
Paln-Klller, the old and well known
remedy, has acquired a world-wide re
nown for the cure of smldon colds,
coughs, etc., weak stomach, indiges
tion, cramp or pain In the stomach,
bowel complaint, diarrhoea and dysen
tery. It has lost none of Us good namo
by repeated trials, but continues to
occupy a prominent position In every
family medicine chest. Avoid substi
tutes, there Is but one I'aln-Klller, Ter
ry Davis'. Trice 25c and SOc.
The beautiful Sevres fountain
which was so much admired at tho
Pails Exhibition, and which luih h" I
P'tttlcally destroyed by vandals slum
tho close of Hi- gliow will shortly "
replaced with one of moie eliigant ml
Mihstantlal cltvlgn, also the work ol
tho famous potters of the Seine.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Kcv. J. M. Lldgate Is here from Ka
Attorney A. O. Corrca returned (wn
Kauai tills morning.
A gold watch has, been found. See
found column c3 page !.
W. A. Kinney returned, from Kauai
In tho M l.ahala this morning,
During tho absence of Governor Dole
the Secrotary.MIcnry 12, Cooper, will
Young lady desires situation as sten
ographer and typewriter. See ad in
A new cottago on Punchbowl, with
floors matted, Is to let. See New To
da pago 8.
Charles Wagner, a competent white
carpenter, has a notice in today's Want
column on page 8.
Weather permitting, there will be an
exhibition of fireworks on Pacific
Heights Saturday evening next.
Lovo'b Ilakery Is making a specialty
of toothsome hot cross bunB for Good
Friday. Oct your order In early.
The steamer Mlkahnla, nrrlvlng this
mrnnlng from Kauatl hurts, repot ts
heavy lain on tho Garden Isle.
Dourbon Whiskey, 6 years old, J3.S0;
Claret, BO cents; Sherry and Tokay, 75
cents a gallon at Hoffschlacger Co.'s,
Prof. Koebelc was among those for
tunatc enough to secure passage In tho
Sierra, for the beginning of his Jour
ney to Mexico.
J. E. Uoeas, the well known grocer of
Tlerctanla street,' gives notice In thli
Issue that his store will be closed to
business on Good Friday. See New To
day. Tho Flro Claims Commission Is doing
adjudication work. It Is not yet de
cided whether the Judgments already
registered may be published at pres
A petition Is being prepared for hav
ing Ucrctanla street extended toward
Walalao, with n view to diverting the
electric ralllvay by that route to Wat
klkl. The American-Hawaiian Co.'s steam
er Ilndes sails from San Franclscn
for Honolulu on April S with one of
the largest cargoes of freight ever
brought to this port.
Tho -rcsldcnco of John Cnssldy at
Walklkl Is being offered for lent by
Wntcrhouse & Podmorc. The homo
Is ,wcll furnished and there Is good
bathing In close proximity .
Professor It. C. L. Perkins had an
early opportunity of performing Pro
fessor Kocbelo's duty as Inspector ot
Imported plants, there having been
kiicli Importations by the steamer Sier
ra from the Colonics.
There will bo a meeting of the Anti-
Saloon League at Y. M. C. A. hall to
morrow evening at 7:30 o'clock,
Messrs. W. O. Smith nnd W. I). Westcr-
vclt will address the meeting on the
dispensary bill. llesldes this there
w III be read the reports of officers and
nn election of officers for the ensuing
The program for tho entertainment
to bo given on tho Normal school
grounds for the purpose of raising
funds for the purchase of-n stercoptl
con outfit for tho use oJT the public
schools here, will soon bo distributed.
It runs ns follows: aw
wiinrs me mauer wnn mo uovcrn-i
ment Schools? They're all right
School Entertainment, corner ol
I'ort and School streets. Arill G. 1902,
2 to 5:30 nnd 7 to 9:30 p. m given by
the pupils of the city schools. Pro
ceeds to be devoted to secure a Btercop
1 1 co n outfit nnd n good collecthm of
local nnd foreign slides to be used In
alt the government schools ot Honolu
lu. Athletics Track and field events;
medals, prizes nnd a, school trophy to
he nwarded to the successful competi
tors. "V. V. V." Fancy booths. Tllletl with
fancy work, for fancy people, nt fancy
prices. Sales are strictly cash. Thirty
days (hnnl labor) will be given on
sales above 11000.
"P. V. M. A. T. Y. C." Refreshments;
Krco and otherwise! mostly otherwise),
Chairs, tables and decoration free.
"O. W. II. A. 8. 1)." Remember not
tho Maine but the randy booth.
"S. T. T. S,". Ho In the swim nnd
try niir luck In the fish pond. Under
Mai shall Liw.
"I'll N. O. T. A. M" Art gallery by
"T. A. N. W. T. S.'' Around th
Woild In Twenty Minutes, by Hobo
"P. T. O. W." A Glimpse at Nature
Through the fiaglc l-inlern. by Ag
"T. M. W. T. II." Music under the
direction of a Power (fill) leader.
"I). M. W. T. II. V." Plreworka,
rockets, mines, bombs, etc., will be dis
played In the evening.
Concert In the evening. Plcaso do
not "bring down tho house" as thl
Normal School Is not sure of n new
building and the rainy season Is not
Arrangements havo been made with
the Rapid Transit Co. for a five rent
fare for all coming to the entertain
ment. It Is hoped Mr. Pain will tnako
the samo generous offer.
The entrance fco for ladles. Is n
quarter of a dollar, for gentlemen
twenty-five cents and women two bits
each. Children, ten cents,
Persons guesting nine out of the ten
familiar quotations that the above let
trrs stnnd for will be given two en
trance tickets for fifty cents on demand
or fifty tickets for two cents next
The alio hi Is subject to addition, sub
traction, multiplication and division
"If j on haven't got tho shekels
The program for the athletics Is as
follows' 220 yards dash. 100 yank
dush, iimnlng btrud Jump, running
high Jump, shot put, obstacle race,
potato race, three-legged race.
In first live events, first plate counts
5 points, second, 3; third, 1. In sixth
M v22 1
MmmM JLPLm Jim Jwjfc, m m m M
A Safe and Sura Our fnr
Cramps Coughs Drutsos
Dlnrrhcon Golds Duma
Sprnlns and Strains.
Glte Instant relief.
Two iIzh, t Jc. an.l J.
Only one 1'iln Kllltt, Porry Davis'.
event, first place counts 4 points sec
ond, 2. In last two events, first place
counts 2, Bccond, 1.
No school may enter more than two
boys for any event. No boy may enter
for more than two events.
A trophy will be awarded to the
school making the highest average, A
first Irlze will also bo awarded for each
In the first four events, medals will
bo given tho winners, while In the last
three regular prizes w 111 be given. The
trophy awarded to the school which
makes tho highest number of points
will be In the form of a silk banner
with tho name of the school embroider
ed on It.
Scnntor It. P. Ilaldwln, a Republi
can Territorial Committeeman, on be
ing nsked what he thought of th
question of putting up a candidate In
tho Fourth Representative District, re
"I leally would prefer not toj;lvc nu
opinion, because it is a local matter;
ono relating to Oahu. For metftfc.tate
any views might savor of oiitjllcle In
terference. "Ik-sldcs, I cannot say that I have
formed a definite opinion. There are
points on both sides, and Uihp may b
details of the question wh'ch are not
known to me."
IN POLICIi CIRCLES.
There was another brief calendar n
tho Police Court this forenoon, only
six canes being before Judge Wilcox,
Tho case of Leong Chew, the Chln.v
man suspected of stealing a number
of bicycles, was continued until March
27th, the prosecution wishing to In
qulrn further Into his case.
Will K. Fisher was up on the charge
nf falling to pay his auctioneer's 11
cense, but this case was also turther
continued until March 29.
Joo Aluma, arrested yesterday on
tho charge of larceny In tint MHond de
gree, had his case continued until to
morrow. I'uto atul Yashl were lined $2 and
costs each on the charge of common
nuisance They weio attested yester
day nt about the time the Kauai
stcameis weio leaving for their re
spectlve destinations. Futn and Yashl
were rowing their fishing boat Into tho
harbor and were not dressed accord
Ing to the generally accepted rules of
Ho was a stranger cycling through
the highly intellectual city of Oxford.
You could tell It from the cautious
manner with which he picked his way
down tho principal streat.
It was evening. A gentleman ap
proached the cyclist.
"Sir, your beacon has ceased lis
"Your Illuminator, I say. Is shrouded
In unmitigated oblivion."
"Really, but I didn't quite "
"The effulgence of jour radiator has
"My dear fellew, I "
"The transversal ether oscillations In
your Incandesccr have been discontinu
ed." Just then an unsophisticated llttlo
newsboy shouted across the way:
"Hey, mlater, )er lamp Is out." Tlt
lllts. Tho lowest tide In any large area
Is In thn Mediterranean. At Toulon
there Is about four Inches, which Is
tho average for life whole Medltoira
nean. Sixty-two miles an hour Is to bo the
average speed maintained by a new
tialn to run on the English service be
tween Paris nnd Calais. The Journey
will only occupy three- uours.
i.- BALDWIN RETKEHT
BECAUSE HANAN SHOES
Cheer the feet, are guaranteed
comforters, top grades, maxi
mum values, Talked about, he
cause others try to Imitate them,
because they occupy a class ex
clusively their own. o o o a
The accompanying cut illustrate
one of their newest lasts; It
combines comfort, style nnd
good wear, o o o o o o o
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 or
These are the only dental parlors In
Honolulu having PATENTED APPLI
ANCES and Ingredients to extract, fill
and apply gold crowns and porcelain
crowns undectecable fiom natural teetb
and warranted for tin years, WITH
OUT THE LEAST PAIN. All wort
done by GRADUATED DENTISTS of
from 12 to 20 years' experience, an
each department In charge ot a Special
1st Give us a call, and you will And 1
us to do exactly as we advertise. W '
will tell you In advance exactly what
your work will cost aj a FREE EX-.
Sot Teeth SS.00
Gold Crowns S5.00
Gold Pilling $1.00
Sliver Fillings SOc
Our name alone will be a guarantee
that your work will be ot the best.
Now York Denial Parlors,
Room 4. Elite Building, Hotel Street
LADIES IN ATTENDANCE
Hours, 8 a. m. to 6 p. in.
Sundays, 9 a. m. to 12 m.
816 Fort Street,
Victor Safo & Lock Co,
Ideal Ready Mixed
Improved Stuno Filters.
And tho Steel Aermotor,
jfc V.U MV VI
(ffia .l f A V-LaT
CURTAIN WEEK AT
300 PAIRS CURTAINS
from 50 cents a pair up,
The bctit collection In the city nnd much
lower tlinn uhuiiI prlccn fop
ONK WEEK ONLY.
Commencing Mon. 17th
J. H. FISHER
Stock and Bond Brokers.
FIRE ASSOCIATION, of Philadelphia.
WESTERN A8SURANCE CO, tf T
Offices Stangenwald Bldj. M"
chant Street. Tel. Mali 3(3.
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE
Honolulu, March 2(3, 1012
NAME or STOCK "j"1. 7 Oil Ailcl
C. Bftwtf A; Company. i,oo9,ox loo a
N.S SitMDO.Ct.lM Co.ooo loo ti ,
L.B.'Kerr ft Co.. ltl.. ,o V '
Bwa Plantation Co ... f.ooo.ooo t)f l
HtwaltinArrlculturitCo 1,900.000 oo fr
HtwtllanCom.&tSuCo f,li,rjo, ooi
HtwalltnSuetr Co .; t.aao.000. to ti
Honomu Sujir Co . i 710,000 loo.. .. tc
Mtnokit Sutar Co . lteno.000 o nS
HHkoSurarCo ... ' too.009 loo .. ll-'4
Kahuku Plantation Co. jowol . ... tilt
KIBtlPlanlCo .Ltl. .. I.o;o,ooo jo 11 .... .
Klpahulu Susar Co ... 1(0.000 too . ..1 10.
Kolna Suar Co yx.ow 'o I ''
McBryi Su Co.,Ll t,oo,ooo to )Vi -
O.tia Surar Co . . 1000.000 too 91',
Ciooii4 Sugar Co 1.000.000 ti ..
Ookata Sutar Plan, Co y)o,ooo 00 t I i
OU Su. Co.. Ltl.. ail wt,ou m )H )i,
OlaaSuCo LtJ piual a joo.ooo ao 11 tin
Olovalu Company 130,000 ton 11 i,s
Paauhau Su, run Co ,ooo,to to to...
Pacific Sugar Mill oo.ooo 100 710
Pala Plantation Co . 950,000 too ...... tit
l'epeko SuRr Co fso,ooof 100 ...... ,
Plonerr Mill Co . f.fjo.ono 100 ... s
Plonw r Mill Co AftMl 300.000 i
Walatua Aeri Co 4,300.000 100 jt'i
WallukuSuiar Co .. ., tou,ooo 100 m,'
Walmanalosuoar Co tjt,ooo too 131
Walmta Mill Co li),ot loo
WlllrrSt.amhlpCo , ,
Intrr-lllanl Steam N Co iao boo 100 . ... 6i
Hawaiian Eltrlc Co JoolSo1 ,00 loo
Hon. RarllT. fkL.Co it m 0
Mutual Telfrh"" Co ,,, , ,s 1,
OahuRv&l .Co ,,oi,., 100. ..
Pof l'i Ue Si K I c Oi ', l00
riril National Rank...
rirttASnank&TCo ... .... I!!!!!
Hawaiian Gov 5 pr cant ...
Hllo RH Co 6rrcnt t 'l
Hon Hapll Tranilt
Ewa Plantat n 6 per cent Il . ...
Oatiu R At L Co per c lai1.
Oahu Plantation 6pc ,, I
Olaa Plantatlon6 p.c
Walalua Asrlcul. 6 p c i.
I Sales ID Olaa, assessable, r..0'
As nn orator and literary nrtlst. Mr.
John Hay reached his hlght-st plane of
achievement In the address nt the me
morial session of Congress. Thru
months ago at the Chamber of Com
merce banquet his brief Incidental
tribute to the greatness of McKlnTey's
character touched the heart of the na
tion. At that time Mr. Hay uncun
silously Indicated himself ns the man
of all men to pronounce the eulogy at
the historic ceremonial of yesterday.
Vhe universal recognition of the Sec
le.ary of State's pre-eminent fitness
Cor that honor has been quite Indo
pel dent of the circumstance of his of
Metal station. New York Sun.
Weekly edition of the Bulletin St a
STOCK AND BOND BROKER.
I HONOLULU 3T0CK EXCHANGE.
Orders for the purchase or tale ol
stocks and bonds carefuly and prompt
ly executed. Loans negotiated
I Office Room 401, 4th floor, Stangen
wald Dldg. Postorflce box 390; Tele-
phone Main 331.
Halstead & Co., Ltd
I OlAJVK U11U
MONEY ADVANCnD ON SUGAR
921 Fort Street
TEL. MAIN 133.