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New Stock of
Wright & Ditsoii
1902 Tennis Balls
E. O. Hall
MOET & CHANDON'S
WHITE SEAL : - : -
was exclusively used nt tho dinner given by President Roosevelt to
l'rlnru Henry following tho christening of tho Kaiser's new yacht Me
teor It Is the favorite brand exclusive used by nil connoisseurs.
H. HACKFELD & GO., LIMITED
SOLE AGENTS HAWAIIAN TERRITORY,
STREETS OF THE CITY
IN A VERY RAD WAY
Rapid Transit Cars Stopped For Half
Hour Kewalo Ditch Breaks
Out Again and Floods
The elements at least are doing all
In their nouer tn brine nbutit n sneclal
esslon of the Legislature. Yesterda' j
storm did untold damage to the streets
of the city and gangs of men from the
Public Works Department ure around
In different places today, doing their
best In the way of repairs. Naturally,
these repairs can he only of a. tempor
al) nature as there Is not enough nion
fy In the Treasury to warrant the mak
ing of permanent repairs,
n-,,.1,,,,1,, .trM i,MiL.'pn ininM.i,n t
and Alapal was a veritable pond after , ' Jea,rs aK tM ood uark U""Sut
yesterdays heay rain and from Alapal '' lth llls fam 'V n'1 my "ther
on to Pllkol, Inclusive, a large pile ot dottn to Honolulu from tho frozen
Ftonts fiom the upper levels was dc-,,lor,h ,u,erc ,1,c fal,ln '""' Iost hl
posited. These corners were badly ' '' '" "'e lc n"'1 whel tIiree '
torn up by the forte of the water and ' for othr B0l hP ''' als "
the .treets themselves cut In eery ill- '",'ed In by the Ice and abandoned,
rectlon. The same thing was notice-1 Captain Whitney was master of tha
nble on King street. These are tho'1'111 William Hoach In 1871 and took
iirliifln.il tboroiicbfnres of the eltv '' wife and children with him on a
and toilitj they are In a disgraceful
condition. Nothing need be said of
Nnuanu street, of the Kapalama, Ka
llhl, Kewalo and Kakaako districts.
Yesterda's heavy rain capped the cli
max nt these places. Kewalo nnd Ka-
kanko residents have passed the stage
of complaint and now look upon the
condition of their localities as some-
thing to smile about.
The electric storm did much damage
to the telephone of the city, blowing
out fuses and making an Immense
amount of repairing necessary. Theiam Phelps, being ow
country lines suffered the most of all.
' There was also trouble at the Ranld
Transit Co.'s power bouse. A fuse!hP "n"1 tlle enil of the Civil War.
block was blown out but no great dam- ' 1865 he was "'! t0 William O.
.age was done. For something over a Brownell of New Bedford. She was
half hour, the cars stopped running I rebulU afterward and christened
since the tracks In front Of the power Progwssnnd was fitted out for whaling
house wue clogged with dirt and gra- ln ,lle Arctic. Captain James Dow den
el carried down by the water and the, hecame her commander,
tracks themselves In that locality were At the time of tho memorable dlsas
totally submerged. I ter 'n l8"' ,,le Progress was one of tho
Several of the trnmcars went off the few vessels which escaped the Ice and
track at points on Berctanla and King, biought the survivors to Honolulu,
streets where the water was deepest.! '" IS, the ship became the proper
This threw the whole sjstem out nnd 'y of ' Bartlett & Sons. They re
It was dark before the cars wcic iun- '"allied her owners until she wns sold
ring cm their regular schedule time. I for exhibition at the World's Fair.
The Kewalo ditch again broke. dur- The Bartlttts sent the Progress to tha
Inr, the storm and flooded property I Arctic while they owned her nnd on
nround the Maktkl fire station, the ona vojage she earned 1200,000. re
LIshman property on the makal sldM turning a net profit of JSO.000.
being Ailed with several feet of water. Since the World's Fair, when the
The water continued to flow over the' I'i ogres rode the waters of the outer
broken gap until late In the afternoon,, lagoon equipped as a model whaler
doing considerable damage to the' tlle ship has been moored In the South
streets and property. I Chicago harbor.
The new Hume In the Kewalo street
ditch, Just back of th Maklkl fire sta
tion, was entirely washed away.
News from down the country Is to
the effect that much damage has been
done to the roads. "
It was not until between 4 and S
o'clock yesterday afternoon that the
.Ales showed signs of clearing and at
ebout 10 o'clock In the evening the
moon showed up bravely and all ves
tiges of the storm had passed away.
NEW CANADIAN LINER
Wellington, March 14. Upon
completion of the steamer now build
Ing on the Clyilt for'tho Union Steam
ship Company, tho now vessel will, U
Is rumored, replace the Aorangf on tlin
iun to Vancouver, and It Is likely that
the Union Company will pick anther
last steamer from among tho slxty-idd
vessels It controls, to take the place of
tho Mlowera. Tho Moana Is speedy
enough to hold her own with the neyV
vessels, and with the commission .of
the latter the sailing tlmo between
British Columbia and Sydney, It Is ex
pected, will bo substantially reduced.
The Bulletin, 5 cents per month.
'V . . jftJJftM'ii"i'iy:'tf '' Tl I Itin'li
Tennis players will find our1 Mock
of goods rotnpkte and of the highest
Rrade. We have also received some
thing that will Interest baseball play
era, consisting of a full lino of
Sporting goods of all kinds always
In stock, for Golfers, Tennis Mayers,
Football Players, Ilaseball Tlayers,
& Son, Ltd.
THE RESCUED CAPTAIN
WHITNEY AFAR NORTH
Famous Local Old-Time Whaler Grie
ves at Burning of Anci
ent Bark at
It he had suddenly heard of the
death of a ery old friend Captain
llenjamln D. Whitney of old-time
whaling fame, could not have been
mure grieved than he nn the other
day when he first saw In the Bulletin
the story of the burning of the
old whullng bark Piogrcss tn tho
South Chicago harbor on the nljlit of
Captain Whitney has good cause to
'ic member the Progress, for oer thlr-
w linllng vojage, ending up, after visit
Ing the Ladrones, Guam, Ilonln and
Japan, In the Okhotsk Sea. Tho Roach
got shut up In the Ice with a number
of other vessels and was finally aban
doned, all hands taking to tho boats
an(l solng lwn between the land nud
llle Bea ot lce- TIiey at laBt camc 'P
wtn lll rk Progress, Captain Dow.
'en all(1 uere taken to Honolulu by
The Progress was built In Westerly,
I. I.. In 1843. and was named the Wll
vned by Cbarlei
, Phelps until 1801 wh
vhen she was sold
to the Government and used ns a store-
Mosquitoes are fond of an) thing
biue. This Is a scientific discovery
that is furnishing an argument for
clanging the color of the United
States aimy shirt.
NEW - TO-DAY
, IN THK CIRCUIT COURT, FIRST
Circuit, Territory of Hawaii. In Pio
bate, at Chambers. In the Matter of
I tho Estate of A. B, Scrlmgeour, lato
of Hnoolulu, Oahi, Deceased, Intes-
Jtato. Petition having been filed by
' 12. F. Bishop, a creditor of said intes-
tate, praying that Letters .of Adminis
tration upon said estate be Issued to
David Dayton, notice Ib hereby given
that MONDAY the 28th day of APRIL,
A. D, 1602, at 10 o'clock a, m ln the
Judiciary Building. Honolulu. Oahu. I
appointed the time and placo for hear
Ing said petition, when and where all
persons concerned may appear and
show cause, If any they have, why said
Petition should not be granted.
Honolulu. Oahu, March 25, 1902.
By tho Court:
J. A. THOMPSON,
Cecil Brown, attorney for petitioner,
2105 Mar. 2C; Apr. 2, 9, 16.
to' I ikML'dn -&tel,trrMi
SHIPPING ' INTELLIGENCE
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Sundiy ,, 30 8 j8
MotUiy i 9 w
Last nuarter of the moon on the 31st
nt 7 31 p. m.
Weather Bureau, Punahou, March
2C Temperature Morning minimum,
66 ;Mldilny maximum, 79.
Barometer at 9 a. w. 29.93. Falling
Dew Point C9F.
Humidity a( 9 a. m. 8fl,per cent.
Diamond Head Signal Station, March
26. Weather clear; v,lnd NE.
Tuesday, March 25.
O. S. S. Sierra. Houdlette, from Pa
go Pago, Auckland and Sydney.
Schr. Mnlolo, from Kauai ports,
TJns. schr. Eclipse, from Hawaii and
Wednesday, March 2C.
Stmr. Mll.ahala. Oregory, from Naw-ill-will,
with 4000 hags of sugar.
Stmr. Walaleale, Plltz, from Kauat
Tuusday, March 23.
Stmr Mnuna Los, Slmurson, for La
halnn. Mnalaca Kona and Kan.
Stmr W. O. Hall, S. Thompson, for
Stmr. James Malice, Tullett, for Ka
pan. Annhola and Kllauea.
Schr. Kawnllanl, Moses, for Koolnu
Am. schr. King Cyrus, Johnson, for
. Wednesday. March 2C.
O. B. S. Sierra, Houdlette, for San
Stmr. Klnau, Freeman, for Illlo am
Stmr. Claudlne, Parker, for Maul
ports; 5 p. m.
Stmr. Noeau, Pcderson, for Kaana-
pall, Hotiokaa and Kukulhaele; 5 p.m.
O. S. S. Ventura, Haywnrd, from San
U. S. A. T. Meade, from San Fran
cisco. G. N. S. S. Tamplco, Reed, from Se
attle. PASSENQEltS ARRIVED.
From Naw 111 will, per stmr, Mlfcahata,
March 2'. James Hart. J. C. Woil,
K. Oda, J. M. Lldgate, W. A. Kinney,
B. 3. Belllston, Mrs. Humbern Miss
Humbert, C. P. Mnble. Mr. Grote, Mr.
Nell!, W. Johnston, J. Navlns, R. U.
Moler, Mrs. Moler, L. Madsen, .1.
Woodley. A. F. Knight. Mr. Rosen
blcdt, A. G. Corrcn, Mrs. Correa, D.
H. Case, D. Conwny, Mr. Clemens, O.
A. Rice. A. M. Dow. L. K. Pearsm.
James Mallon, II. Waterhouse, and Kl
From Sydney and Auckland, per O
8. S. Sierra. March 25 II. Smith, C.
It. James. Miss M. Tall, Mrs. A Wels
ner, E. St. Suprey. Mr. nnd Mrs. T,
Fallon, Miss L. M. D'Oyly, E. H. Hnrt,
H. Smith, G. Kunst. Dr. W. Grand,
Miss T. Schlutter, Miss A. Svhluttcr,
For Hllo and way ports, per sir. Kl
liau, March 2C Miss Julia Koohull,
Miss E. Luscomb, Miss L. Fny, Miss M
L. Woodruff,, O. N. Garver, J. A. Scott,
II. P. Kaohl, Jos. P. Medelros, G.
Arloll, A. Menefogllo, Frank Woods,
Palmer Woods, A, A, Benson, Mrs,
Emery, Dr. J. N. Colley, Mrs. W. B,
Hnselden, J. Watt, David Lawrence,
G. A. Schneider, Mrs. Dr. IlUBsell, Mrs.
E. L. Glddlngs, W. B. Colt and wife,
J. Monsarrat, Horace J. Craft, Marston
Campbell, A. M. Scott, F. F. Crow sen,
Miss II. G. Hufcutt, Miss M. W. Her
rick, E. A. Blgelow and Chas. II, Ram
For San Francisco, per O. S. S. SI
erra, March 2C Prof. Koebele and
wife. Mrs, T. II. Hannn. Dr. J. M.
Crlley, Mrs. W. B. HayBellne and
child. II. McD. Spencer. A. R. I).
Patterson, A. N. Brown and wife, J.
Haynes, II. M. Alexander, J, It. Dag
gett, Mr. Miller, B. H. Cole and wife,
Mrs. J. h. Snyder, John Williamson,
William A. Sexton, Thomas Fitch and
wife. Mrs. F. M. P. Dens. Miss L. A.
Perkins. C. I). Warren, II, H. Shu
feldt and wife. Miss Draden, Edward
Prlckett and wife. Mrs. II. II. Bryant,
Miss Greenwell, John W. Ferris, Mrs
A. Ormsby, R. Clendennlng nnd wife,
.Mrs, A. u. Lew In, J J Feekler.Gov
ernor Dole, J. G. Anderson nnd wlfo,
Miss Alice Grazier Miss Meyer, N. II
Brown and wife, Miss L. S. Cleveland,
fl. L. Wood nnd wife, 8. H. Wood
Miss Lula M. Wood, Mrs. E. F. Un
derhlll. Dr. Young and wife, A. J.
Clark and wife, 0. O. Plnkham and
wife, II. Moore, Misses Moore, Mrs.
John Cannon and four children, Mr
and Mrs. J. C. Douglass, F, Elder,
wife and three children; Mrs. L. 1).
Tlmmons and child, J. E. GleaBon and
wife. O. O. Janeway and wife, A.
Schilling, Mrs. O. II. Mackenzie, C.
JaeBslIng, W. It. Anderson, wife and
daughter; M, P. Bothelo. John lies,
L. A. Thurston, wife and child; V.
It. Colef. C. 12. Abbot, M.J. McComo,
wife and two children; Mrs. Gunther
Miss Baclgalupo, J Kelker, Young Kin,
Miss A S. Anderson, I. M.'l.ong. S,
Fox, W. Peterson, Harry Chamberlain,
Mrs, F. Costa, F. II. Wilcox, J. A.
Harper, Samuel Adams, W. B. Petor
son, C. A. Glldwa, A. 10. Bertclsoti,
H. 8. Btlne, Charles Cheflln. J. A.
Lave. P J Travcns. K. Udell, Chns.
II Schneider, It. H. Long, N. H.
Cooper, P E. Horstman.
For Maul ports, per str. Claudlne,
March 20 C. II. Wells, D. A. Fox, E.
L'. Cutting, Mrs. Klrkland, J. Guild, J.
P. du Boise. W, E, Shaw, J, W. Plpl
kane, Mrs. Geo. Fern, J, E. Lyons, wife
and daughter, Mrs. S, Pupuhl and ser
vant, Mrs. T. P. Melln nnd son, II, P,
Jud:;o Humphreys Is hearing todty
the Injunction suit of Mrs. McCully
Higglii3 agalnBt Queon's Hospital ur.j
Walkll.I Land and Loan Association.
Mil bK&kh. A . .-
ms -.-Mr raMifc
Brisbane, March 13. Tho Anglla
has laid the shore end of tho Pacific
Wellington, Mnrch 14. Mr, C. II,
Reynolds, general mnnagcr for tho Pa
clflc Cable Board, arrived last night
by tho Talune, to meet Mr. Scudon
and Sir Joseph Ward, and discuss with
them arrangements as to the Do'ibt
less Bay cablq station, and how It Is to
be worked. He will have an Interview
with Sr Joseph Ward tomorrow, and
afterwards will go on to Doubtless Bay
to meet the cable steamer Anglla on
her arrival there. Tho Anglla Is now
laying the cable from Southport
(.Queensland) to Norfolk Island, and
also has on hoard cable for the sec
tions from Norfolk Island to Doubt
less Bay. nnd Doubtless Bay to Suva,
It Is hoped, with favorable weather,
these three sections will bo laid by
tho middle of the year, and the whole
cablo from Vancouver to tho 'colonies
Is expected to be ready for working
nt the end of the )ear.
Mr. C. II. Reynolds, general mana
ger for thu Pacific Cable Board, has
but n few days to spend In Wellington,
ns he must bo nt Doubtless Bay to meet
the Anglla. Ho will then revisit Mel-
bourne to meet tho Hon. Mr. Drake
the Federal Postmaster General, whom
vhe missed on tho run across Australia.
Ho is to make a short stay at South
port to finish his Australian arrange
ments, and will then go to FIJI, visit
the Suva station, pick up thq Vancou
ver stenmer, and go to Cnnnda. In nil
swer to a Post Interviewer today, Mr
KoynoMs explained the abject of tha
nil British cable scheme. Already
there are numerous British owned en
liles crossing tho Atlantic and con
nectlni; Englnnd with America, and of
course laud lines across that contl
uent. The Board tnkm up Its work
nt Vancouver, In lltitlsh Columbia, nnd
Is to lay a cable thence to Norfolk Isl
nnd, with Nations at Fanning Island
and at Suva (FIJI). From Norfolk Isl
and the cable will fork Into two
branches, one of which will land at
Southport, Queensland, nnd tho other
at Doubtless Bay, about fifty miles
from the North Cape. The Board has
entrusted thu contract for the carrying
out of tho whole of tho cablo-lajlng
work to thp Telegraphic Construction
nnd Maintenance Company, a British
concern. The northern section (Van
couver, to Fanning Island) will bo the
longest Bpan of cable In the world, as
It will require some 3500 miles of ca
ble. The New Zealand-Norfolk Isl
and span will be about 500 miles long.
For the laying of the northern section
tha company has had to tulld a spe
cial steamer, the Colonla, which was
launched only the other day. Her ton
nage Is ln.nou. H is anticipated that
practical work over the nll-Brltlsh ca
bles will begin with the opening of
next year. The capital for tho scheme
has been found by the Imperial Gov
ernment. The advance Is to be repaid
out of a sinking fund, which is tn be
provided out of the receipts spread
over a considerable period. Any an
nual deficiency In working expenses, I
Interest, nnd sinking fund, Is to be
made up by contributions from tho I
Imperial, Canadian, Federal, and New
MAKIKI PEOPLE COMPLAIN.
Complaint Is made by residents ot
lower Maklkl street between Wilder
nvenue and Beretanla over the fright
ful condition or that part of the street.
A well-known taxpayer of the district
says that the street depaitment start
ed to repair and re-lay the street mau
ka of Wilder nvenue and then discon
tinued the work, going to another lo
Residents soy that the condition of
the street almost compels people to
remain nt home, this being especially
true of ladles and children. The chil
dren In order to get to school arc
obliged to go bare-legged, can) Ins
their shoes and stockings.
Auother complaint Is made on tho
condition or tho sidewalk on tho Ma
klkl street side of the baseba
grounds. Hanging over the walk,
which Is In very bad condition, arc
branches of trees which, In the dark
ness, are menaces to thu eyes and
lieadB of pedestrians.
NEW - TO-DAY
The grocery store of J. E. Goeas,
Beretanla street near Miller, will be
closed to business all day Good Fri
day. PutronH are requested to semi
orders early tomorrow. 210J.2t
During the absence of the Governor
Tiom the Territory ,the Secretary of the
territory will act as Governor.
HENRY E. COOPER.
Secretary of the Territory.
Capital Honolulu. March 2C, 1902.
Hot f Buns
1134 Nuuanu St. Phone White 1431.
W. K. VICKERY,
of tho firm of Vlckery, At
kins and Torrey, of San
Francisco, Ib now in Ho
nolulu with some fine wa
ter colors which are on
exhibition In ROOM 11,
In engravings, etchings
and photogravure will be
found many suitable wed
' ding gifts at prices rang
ing from 10 upwards.
A good selection ot Cop
ley Lepla Prints, prices
from (2 to $0, are also In
'Ak. .uA i. fcit,
DAY NEARER ,..
Some folks are born procrastluators. Neither advice nor entreaty
proves availing; they won't antlclpato and constitutional last mln
uters, therefore, must be content with pot-luck depleted assortments.
But you are not In that category, are you? You want to make selec
tions under the most favorablo conditions, Wd expect big crowds
this week. We Bhall havo tn salo
13 tons of Fresh Easter Merchandise
No occasion to repeat the stock
You've, heard them tested them
CLOSED FRIDAY AFTERNOON.
WANTED By n young lady, situation
as stenographer nnd" typewriter; ref
erences. Address E., Bulletin office.
WANTED Jobbing and repairing;
satisfactory work at reasonable
rates Charles Wagner, carpenter,
P. O. box fi25. 2103-lw
WANTED Two or three rooms for
light housekeeping. Address R. L.
this office. 2099-tf
TO LET Residence of J. Cassldy,
Walklkl, furnished; good bathing
Apply Wtacrhoiisc & Podmore. Beth
el and King Sts. 2105-tt
TO LET House of S rooms, etc., ser
vants' cottnge; Klnnu bet. Pllkol and
Keenumoku: rent $25; water free.
Apply Honolulu Hotel. 2105-lw
TO LET Cottage on Punchbowl St.,
nil modern Improvements; floors
matted. Apply A. G. Cunha, 2d houso
above Mormon Church. 21U3-2W
TO LET Furnished room at 114 Her
etnnla St. near Fort, table board 1ft
FOUND Watch In Palama. Owner
can have same by calling at Bulletin
office nnd proving pioperty. 21u3-lw
X We know jou will enjoy
4- these wines. They nre the very
X choicest, are pure and of tho
-t- vintage ot 1S9S. Some of the
T varieties are:
- XXX CLARET
t HAUT 8AUTERNE3
i We want your order.
X Free delivery.
! Gomes & McTighe
X Telephone Main HO.
Ponnd'Master's Notice of Estrays
Notice Is hereby given that the ani
mals described below have been Im
pounded In tue Government Pound at
Maklkl, Kona, Island of Oahu, and
unless the pound fees and damages
are sooner satisfied will be sold ut
the date hereafter named according to
Mar. 21 1901 1 Sorrel horee branded
(Jos) on the left hind leg, white
stroke on1 forehead, left ee blind.
The above strayed animals wilt bo
Bold on Saturday. April S,W2. 12 noon,
if not called for before the dato men
tioned. K. KEKEUNE.
If you cannot find him just look
in at tho
HE WILL BE THERE
DECKER, FERNANDES & CO,
Real Estate Agents.
We also make a specialty of enlarging
Office, cor. South and King Streets.
P. O. Vox 321; 'Phone 252 Main.
WANTS , II
For Want Column See Page Six Z" V
8ITUATION WANTED. ullDUSV
t?.l,rtUfajBMtkkWa&L A" .uai. wnafct JjfcM! J-.. -.
arguments against late buying.
many times. Will you profit by
OPEN SATURDAY FVENING
The best the markets
nCford served end guests
have full view of tho sea
from the dining room. . .
L. H. DEE, Proprietor.
W. Deswlck, Manager.
Take the car to Walklkl.
SATURDAY, Mar. 29
AFTERNOON AND EVENING
Grand Production ol a series of
Ancient Hawaiian History adapted
for the stage by,tho
- PONOI DRAMATIC COMPANY
to be presented In English by Native
Hawaiian!. A Melodrama in two acts,
The Lady of the Twilight
New Scenes.NoCustomes Now Songs
A musical Interlude by the company.
Landing of Lono and His Death
Characters by tho Company.
Tickets on sale at Wall, Nichols Co.
Beaver Lunch Rooms
Fort St., bet. Queen and Merchant
Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
Eveiy thing first-class. Complete line
Key West and Domestic Cigars alwayt
H, J, NOLTE, - Proprietor.
Everything New, Good Table, Nice
Bedrooms, Sample Room for Commer
clal Travelers. Opposite Landing, fine
view, cool and comfortable. Terms
G, FREELAND, -
we want your order
for a case containing one dozen ot
tLo pure fruit drink
When you try It once you will
lir.vcr be without It.
t(io dozen, delivered free.
TELEPHONE MAIN 71.
Soda Water Works Co,, Ltd,
65 Queen St.
On Friday, March 28th,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M,
At the residence of Mr. L. do I Ward,
Hastings street, between Maklkl and
Anapunt streets, I will sell at Public
Auction tho entire Household Furni
ture, consisting of
Handsome Parlor Set, Onyx Tablo
and Handsome Lamp,
Screen, Center Rugs,
Cloisonne Vases, Matting, Divan,
Umbrella Stands, Pictures,
8-foot Oak Extension Table,
Oak Dining Chairs, Oak Center Ta
bles, Oak and Iron Beds,
Feather Pillows, Bureaus,
Washstands. Chairs. Rockers,
Hawaiian Mats, Hawaiian Tapas,
Fine Dinner Set, Glassware, i'
Kitchen Utensils. Eddv Ico Hot. ",
Treezer. Patent Ironing Board. V
Tlnnt.B Plnntn Pnlmn nnil Pprni V
JAS. F. MORGAN,
,1 . .
' V t
65 Queen St
v fattikJL.jui,. .,, .,,, vMrf.,A, X - Ki&O '