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EVENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU. H. T., THURSDAY, MAtlCH 27, 1002.
The Hawaiian Souvenir Playing
THEY ARE HERE THEY ARE BEAUTIES
Appropriate at prizes for' card games. Suitable at gllti to friends
and relatives In distant parts.
Each ptrk c.ntatns fitly tlirco half-tone engravings of the choic
est views ,i Honolulu, Jllto and the principal ponta 'bf interest in
the Islands. Back design of Kamehamchn Statue In co'ora. Edges
In OoM. Double enamel turf ace, of the very best finish. Large In
dexes mako them suitable for all card games. Telescope cases stamp
ed In Gold. Thcso 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.
"Tbyana WALL, NICHOLS COMPANY, Ltd, St
INLAID and FIGURED
We guarantco these to be the very
best linoleums made and will bo pleas
ed to have you call to see them. They
arc the product of the oldest and most
celebrated manufactory In the world.
New line of goods of all descriptions.
J. HOPP & COMPANY,
LEADING FURNITURE DEALERS
Corner King nnil Bethel StrcctB
Whv nnt order a faox of Saro-
nl's fine candles when telephon
ing for tho groceries? The Ala
meda has Just brought us tho
We Bell them In Jib, 1 ano
21b boxes. Remember, just a
telephone message will bring
them to your door. ' "
H. MAY & CO.
Tho Popular Grocery.
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according to tho opinions
of physicians and food ex
perts, we have all the best
of tho many breakfast
foods now on tho 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 & GO.
II u Limited II H
1060 FORT STREET.
240 -Two Telephones 240.
There Is Individuality about eye
glasses tho samo as dress. Not every
one can be fitted with the same clip
and spring. Eye-glasses should 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 take all
necessary care without piling tke
A. N. sTnFORD,
Boston Building, Fort BtreeL
t Over May A Co.
I HTfefE 5BSS I
We are having quite a sale
of rope portieres. These are a
new Importation and are In very
beautiful colorings. Prices are
Large, stock in handsomely
finished quarter-sawed oak.
chairs to match.
Our furniture stock at the
present time Is very complete In
every department. Come and
NEW BOOKS !
NEW BOOK LIST:
"The Rights of Man," by Dr. Lymau
r'ablcs for tho Fair," by Josephine
-Sir Richard Calmady," by Maleh.
"Stephen Callnarl," by Julian Bturgts.
"r'rench Revolution and Religions"
(Reform), by Sloane,
'"Schley and Santiago," by Graham
"Fornn Oordjceff," by Maxim Gorky.
'nieso are only seven of the new
books, but we have seventy times
seven Just as good and as Interesting.
J. M. WEBB,
Bookseller and Stationer.
NEW YEAR WELL
By having your photo
taken. My work Is
ol the highest quality
and prices reasonable
J. J. Williams,
Tnkc elevator In Boston Block.
AN HOUR INfHE MQRNINQ
THE 8AME HOUR EVERY MORNING
or afternoon, given to dictation, will
keep your correspondence "cleaned
up." Try It a month,
J. D. AVERY, Business Correspondent
Regularity! 'Certainty Despatehl
Tel. Main 78. 95:45. Elite Bldg.
ARRIVES IN VENTURA
Tho night Reverend Bishop W I
Nichols of San Kranclsco, tho man who
will take charge here In the name of
the American Episcopal Church In tho
matter of tho transfer of all Its prop
erty on April 1, arrived from San Kran
clsco In the Ventura last night, accom
panied by Miss Nichols, his daughter.
Tho two are guests at the Moana hotel.
Bishop Nichols was met at the steam'
ir by Major Davis, commandant at
Bishop and Miss Nichols will remain
at tho hotel until after the work of tho
transfer of church property has been
completed, when they will become tho
guests of Major and Mrs. Davis at
Camp McKlnley. Bending the taking
over of the property, Bishop Nichols
will open nn ofTlco In the headquarters
of tho Depot Quartermaster of tin
I'nltcd States Army, on the drill shed
grounds. Captain Williamson has nl
r'ady placed nn office at the disposal ol
Tho presiding Bishop requested
Bishop Nlihols to art In his behalf In
the mnttcr of tho transfer of property
ntid to tnkc steps to organize a mls
Monary district here. A meeting of
the House of Bishops has been callcl
ofr April 16 and at that time a bishop
for this district will be elected. Bishop
Nichols will not make an extended
ttay here on account of duties on the
Mnlnland which demand his attention.
Bishop Nichols has been asked br
Bishop Willis to preach In St. Anttrcw's
Cathedral on Easter Sunday but ho
has asked that he simply be allowed to
be present with him In the church.
Bishop Nichols feels that the pulpit
tliotild be occupied by none other than
Bishop Willis on the last Sunday be
fore the transfer of Jurisdiction.
0 BE HI
denial Tom Hates, the advance agent
for the Klleford Co., arrived In the
Ventura last evening and this morning
I around tovn renewing old acqualn
taneeshlps. Tho show people, most of them nio
known here, will arrive In the next
Alameda and open at the Orpheum at
popular prices on April 5, n week from
next Saturday. Last .May tho Elleford
Co. made their first visit to Honolulu
which proed to he tho most popular
Mason of theatricals ever given In tho
city. Their stay lasted six weeks and,
during that time, eighteen plays wero
produced, all entertaining and receiv
ing great support fiom the public. Tim
fc'iison will last eight weeks and twenty-five
plays will bo produced. Many
of these hae never been seen here.
Mr. Klleford has been successful ns tho
only American manager fortunate
enough to be able to present the stan
dard Auicrliau plays at popular prices
and this In 'a great measure is what
has lead to the company's popularity.
Tho organization comes in Its en
tirety, traveling from Rcdlands, Cal..
direct to Honolulu. Thcro are twenty
one, people in the company.fiftcen tons
of scenery and about thirty trunks ot
costumes and stage appurtenances.
With the company are most of the old
favorites, several new ones and thn
two children. Ilajiy Lillian, nml Llttln
Tho opening show Saturday evening
will he Mark E. Swan's comedy melo
drama. "The .Man of Mystery."
AFTER A DESERTER.
Yesterday morning Admiral Merry
tound In his mall a letter from Com
mander Hvhice at Tutulla, which told
of the desertion of n fireman from the
titatlou ship Almrendu. The command
er beuoved that the man had stowed
away In tho Sluua. Lieutenant Rod
man was Immediately dispatched to
the Sierra to look fur tho deserter, and
Captain lloudletto stated that n nan
fitting the description had been fnuii I
un board after tho Sierra left Pago
Pago, A diligent search was made f
the vessel, hut tho man could not ho
found. Lieut. Rodman then empower
ed Captain lloudletto to arrest tho de
serter and put him In irons should he'
be fund on litiartl on tho way to San
Frnnelsco. If the man Is found, ho "111
he teturned to I'ugu-I'ago on the next
steamer and placed before n coin t
All the up-to-dato ladles nowadays
do a little burnt work, formerly known
as poker etching. Tho young spclcly
bud no longer hendi' her hack and
tries her eye over the Intricacies of
embroldeiy nml laeobut llomlshcs the
red-hot point of tlin pyrograph ns site
burns away into the wood for "Hob's'
plpc-iack or sears thu. pleasant scent
tid calfskin for "Tom's" cushion. MWi
Edith D. King of California has just
come to Honolulu with tho latest Ideas
lor this new fail. Her hcadnuuttcra
arc at the studio of her sister. Miss
Nettle V. King, the china decorator ut
tho Pacific Haidwaie atom on Tort
'CIIAI'.CUS AGAINHT CLAYTON.
Washington, .March 17. A telegiam
has Iwvn received by Secretary Hay
from Powell Clayton, Embassador '.o
Mexico, declaring that the charges
preferred against him connecting his
name with the ownership of Mexican
mining stock aro false.
It is said at tho Department thit
ti.ero Is nothing In tho law or regula
tions to prevent n Minister or Kmbas
sailor from holding stock or even .v
gigliiK In business In thn country In
which ho Is accredited.
Representatives of the Pacific Mali
are In Washington fighting tho sailor ,
clause In tho Kahn exclusion bill. I
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Weather Bureau, Punahou. March
27. Temperature Morning minimum,
68; Midday maximum, 73.
Ilaromoter at 9 a. m. 29.96. Irregular,
Dew Point "OF,
Humidity at 9 o. m. OS per cent.
Diamond Head Signal Station, March
87. Weather cloudy; wind light SB.
Sugar 3 7-lCo .j
H. W. Foster, Jewcler.lSS Hotel St.
Cecil Rhodes is reported to bo lu
Tho best storm rubbers at Manufac
turers' Shoe Co., $1.00.
U. F. Khicrs & Co.(wlll be closed all
day, Friday, March 28.
Democrats In tho House have opened
up n pro-Uoer campaign.
Admiral dl Hello, the famous lira
zlllan revolutionist, Is dead.
President Roosevelt lias taken up
wrestling to reduce his frsh.
Serious riots of Russian student)
Imvo occurred In St. Petersburg.
Herbert a. MlddledltittNhas been li
censed to piactlcc In district courts.
Tom Hums, once a member of Chi
cago's famous baseball team. Is dead.
Corns and bunions removed without
pain. Ingrowing toe-nails treated suc
cessfully. The Missouri Supremo Court has up
held tho right of laborers to Institute
a boycott. ,
Your amateur photographic work
will be well done if taken to Honolulu
Photo Supply Co.
Tho weekly edition of the Evening
Rulletln gives a complete summary of
tho news of tho day.
The Mnna Quintet Club hns head
quarters at tho Hcrgstrom Music Co.
Sco IluslncsH Directory.
An Kngllshman wants position i-s
clerk, bookkeeper or any position of
trust. Sco 'Want column.
The nnnual meeting of tho Mcllryde
Sugar Company will bo held tomorrow
Instead of todny. at 10 o'clock lu the
llourbon Whiskey, 8 years old, $3.50;
Claret, 50 cents; Sherry and Tokay, 73
cents a gallon at Hoffschlscger Co.'s,
Tho sub-comm'tteo of the Fourth
District committee, appointed to re
port on the matter of a randldate for
the Republican party, will meet In
headquarters, Kllte building, at 4:20
o'clock this afternoon.
There will be a mictlng of the execu
tive committee of the Home Rule Re
publican party at the usual time and
place tonight for the purpose of nam
ing a candidate to run In the special
election In the Fourth District, set for
April 9. An Interesting time Is expect
ed. Tomorrow being Good Friday there
will lie a holy sorvlco wlUi the singing
of tho Psalms and Adoration of the
Holy Cross In tho Catholic Cathedral
at 9 a, m. In the German Lutheran
church at 11 o'clock, there will he a
service, followed at 12 noon by holy
Mrs. Wnlkcr, mother of the young
lady who was engaged to.bjp, married to
Judge dear and who died so suddenly
several months ngo, was among tha
passengers In the Ventura last night.
She has been traveling In California
and has come here to niakra long stay.
Mrs. Walker Is a guest nUthc Monna.
The Pollco Court had another short
session this forenoon, there being hut
few cases on the calendar.1 Long Chew,
the Chinaman suspected' of bavin?
stolen a number of bicycles, had his
cake nollo pros'd. Joe Akana, charged
with larceny In the second degree,
w-ns committed to the Olirult Court for
trial. Isono, a Japanese hackman, ar
rested yesterday for driving on tli'i
streets with harness that was unsuit
able anil unsafe, was icprlmatided and
Tho heavy rains which have pre
vailed during the last week will prob
ably prevent ho Hoys' Drlgade field
day from taking place this Saturday ns
hail been scheduled. The Knplolanl
Park track is now very muddy. W. W,
Harris the chairman of tho athletic
committee took u trip 'out tlicro yes
terday afternoon. Ho reports that tho
present state of the track Is such that
It would practically exclude any pos
sibility of having the long dlstanco
runs and most of the other events
would also be practically spoiled. It Is
also evident that from it flnnnrlal point
of view the affair would bo doomed to
be n failure If It took place on u rulny
day and with a truck which put good
sports out of the question. The Puna
hous, Kaniclianieliau, Artllleiy and V.
M C. A teums have, all let tho commit
tee know that they are satisfied and
willing to have the nlfalr postponed till
Saturday, ot next week. Tbo Honolu
lu Athletic Club on tho Contrary docs
not wish to have tho evdnt postponed
and will possibly drop out of the tou
test altogether In case this takes place.
The reaBnn for this Is that this club
has gone to somti expense preparing for
the field day and tte postponcmqit
would of course mean anaddltlonal ex
pense'. It Is also very Inconvenient for
the men who are In training.
The matter will be decided tonight
at a meeting of the committee. It Is
prnctlcully certain, however, that the
event will bo postponed even If somti
hardships will be suffered thereby.
Jas. II. Iloyd, Superintendent of Pub
lic Works, at tho executive, council to
day presented a report on tho damages
by flood at Waimea, Kauai
It wusm tho heaviest freshet the dis
trict has ctperlenceil ilnrn 1885. Vrt
the bridges stood It remarkably well
Nevertheless, consltleruho damage In
the uggregate was done to mails ana
hrldgcs. It will ho necessary, Mr,
Iloyd has decided, to erect a break-w-atcr
for the protection of the low
lands In future.
t1 DO Y00 REALIZE
That In buying a genuine Hand
Welt man's shoe that you get ex
Do You Realize
That unless tho HANAN SHOE
was nml Is nil It Is represented
that It would never have gained
the fame it has?
Do You Realize
That you are wasting your money
and losing lots of comfort buying
shoes that are claimed to he Just
as good as the "HANAN"?
Drop around and try a pair on.
we don't have to say a word til'
shoes sell themsehes
Mclnerny Shoe Store
WAIMEA YALLEY WAS
FLOODED BY RIVER
Reservoir At Eleele Badly Damaged-
Waimea Bridge Has Two of Its
Piles Moved By
The steamer Kauai arrived from
Kauai this morning at 2:50 o'clock.
Purser Clark gives the following re
port; "The W. (!. Hail was at llauamaulu
when we left. She will load sugar to
day. Tho Keuuhoti was at Kllauca
loading sugar. She had 1000 bags on
board when we left. The Nl.hau
at Koloa loading sugar. The James
Mukec was at Auahola discharging
freight. The Ilosamond was at Eleele
loading sugar. She had 12.000 bags on
hoard when wo left. The Whitney was
at Makawcll loading sugar. She had
22,000 bags on board Wednesday after
noon. "It wnB windy with choppy seas on
the Ice side ot Kauai. Tho weather
had moderated considerably at Kllau
ca, Anahola ntid Hanamaulu Tuesday
morning. We met light, choppy item
on the homeward trip. Fair wind.
Sails set. There has been plenty ot
tain on Kauai lately.
"The following sugar was left nt
Kauai ports ready for shipment: K.
S. M S00 hags; V. K., ; , ;
Mak., '000; O. & It., 3050; Mel!., 11,000;
K. P.. 2000; K. S. Co., flMO; II, JI 750,
and 0. K 1000.
Purser Clark also heard by telephone
of the damage done on the other side
of tbo Island. Tho Walmca valley was
Hooded by the river overflowing Its
hanks nml was for a time, almobt en
tlrely under vvnter. When the Kau.il
left, the water had gone down and th
natives were busy on the beach collect
Ho also heard that the reservoir nt
i:icele had been pretty badly damaged
The water In the Walmca river wa
said to have run nt a rate of over six
miles nn hour The bridge had been
somewhat damaged, two of Its plle
having been moved about six feet by
the force of tho water.
The barkentlne Irmgaid did not
leave this port yesterday as had been
expected, her delay being due to a
slight accident She was l)lng at tbo
extreme mauka end of tho railroad slip
pud tho Fearless had a lino nut. tow
ing her to sea. On the way nut sho had
to pasB between the hark (lerard C. To
bey and the barkentlne Archer which
were lying one on each side of tho
Just nt this time the Irmgard swerv
ed and inn Into tho Archer, tho lat
ler's cathead cutting the Irmgard's
liarl.ntay The foresail of the Irm
gard was also somewhat damaged
while the Archer leiclved no damage
Fortunately, tho Irmgard was mov
ing very slowly when tho accident took
plan or the damage would probably
have been very serious, Tho slow
speed nt which tho Irmgard was going
did not give her sufllclcnt stcerngo way
ami ns the port bow Una was not
thickened In time, tills gavn tho vessel
the swerve which caused her to run
Into the Archer.
Immediately after tho collision the
IrmgaVd's anchor was dropped and
was hauled over to the makal end of
the long railroad wharf where, this
morning, tho damage was repaired.
When tho vessel was In fit shapo again,
sho was towed to sea by the tug Fear
Chatham, Mass.. March 17. Hy the
cups'lug of a lifeboat today seven Mlp
swivel i1, practically the entile crew of
th ) Monomy station, on thn south em!
'jf Cape Cod, met deuth at their pott ol
duty and with them Into tho sea wnt
five men from tnn stranded bargo Wa
ilenn. whom they tried to bring In
Httcty to tho shore. One man. Lorn
uel Kills, thitiugh tho heioic work of
t'oplnln Elmer Mayo of another strand
i'ii haige, tho John C. l'itzpttrlek. wai
Ki-cued from tho bottom of the up
No kissing over oeiurs In Japan cv
ept between husband and wlfo not
even between a mother and child.
II VESSEIS I A
No More Dread
ofthe 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. Oil
and apply gold crowns and porcelain
crowns undectecable from natural teeth
and warranted for tin years, WITH
OUT TIIR LEAST PAIN. All vrnrl
dono by GRADUATED DENTISTS ol
rrom 12 toJZO years' experience, an-
each deparjnW In chargo of a Special
lit Qlve'ui a call, and you will find
us to do exactly as we advertise. Wf '
will tell you In advance exactly what '
your work will cost by a FIIEB EX
Rrt Teeth CIC nn .
Gold Crownti $5.00' Madrid March IT -The flazetto to
Cold WlllBta. .OOlrt.?'
Stiver FllllnrVrt 50c
Our name alone will be a guarantee
that your work will be of the beat,
Njw York Deiital Parlors,
Room 4, Elite Building, Hotel Street
LADIES IN ATTENDANCE
Hours, 8 a. m. to 6 p. m.
Sundays, 9 a. m. to 12 in.
816 Fort Street,
Honolulu, T. H,
VI 1 tor Safe & Lock Co.
Ideal Ready Mixed
Improved Stono niters.
And tho Steel Acrmotor,
300 PAIRS CURTAINS
from 50 cents a pair up,
The bent collection In the city unit much
lower tliittt UHUtil prlccH for
ONE WEEK ONLY.
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Commencing Mon. 17th
J. H. FISHER
Stock and Bond Brokers.
FIRE ASSOCIATION, of Philadelphia.
WE8TERN A83URANCE CO, f To
ronto. Offices Stangenwald lldg, M-
chant Street. Tel. Main 363,
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE
Honolulu, .March 26, 1012
NAME or STOCK
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L.U. Ktrr a Co,. LU
et Plantation Co
HiwlUonAgrlcvtturilCol i,ooo,oooV too
Hawaiian i.om.ai au 1,0 1 t.iti,
Hiwatlin Sugar Co . ' a.ooo.
Motional Sugar Co o,
Honokaa Sugar Co lono,
Haiku Sugar Co ... 500,
Kahulni Plantation Co 500,
Klpahulu Sugar Co, ... . 160,
Koloa Snffar Co .
O'bu Sugar Co , .
Ookala Sugar Plan. Co
i . aal
Olaa Su Co LU rJupf
(J 0a u Coirpanv
Paauhau Su Plan Co
Pacific Sugar Mill
Prpwkfft Si gr Co ..
Plonwr Mill Co
IMon.fr Mill Co Ami
Waimea Mill Co
Intrr-liLnJ Slum N Co
Hawaiian LTFrtrlc Co,
lion. Hap 11 T. & L. Co
Mutual Trttrhin Cm
Oahu Ry Si L. Co
I'torjle'a let & H'l't Co
tint National Bank
I Hit AS Hank St T Co
Hawaiian Oov s par ctnt
llilo R R Co 6 ft r nt
iion kjpi transit
oani Plantation sc
wiui a"5'i!Ci epJ .
7 , . ,,
Sales-lu Olaa. paid up.
' kdiinir mr.tiT unitD niv.
lay publishes a decree establishing an
eight-hour day for all working people
on the statu domains and In the state
'mines, workshops, etc.. and Providian
that each hour of lOieitlnie Is to he
j paid for nt thu rate of one-eighth of
the dally wages.
Vop Reciprocity Trentles.
Washington. March 1". The Senata
Committee on Foreign Relations has
I decided to again take up thp reciproc
ity treaties which arc before the Sen-
tato with a view to seeming such
amendments to them
as will Insuru
I FINANCIAL AGENT.
I STOCK AND BOND BROKER. -
' MEMBER OF
! HONOLULU 8T0CK EXCHANGE.
I Orders for the purchase or sale ol
stocks and bonds carefuly and prompt
lly executed. Loans negotiated......
1 Office Room 401, 4th floor, Stangen
wald Dldg. Poato'fice box 390; Tele
phone Main 331,
Halsteail & Co., Ltd
MONEY ADVANCI1D ON SUGAR
921 Fort Street
TEL. MAIN 13J.
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