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" COLUMBIA BICYCLES
The "COLUMBIA" of toda has
reached a state of petfcctlon unequal
ej In nny other bicycle and Its pop'l
; larlty U ever Increasing
Light running uphill or on the lcvc.1.
cushion frame choice of tire', saddle,
pedals etc Price -
Large stock now on hand and we
sell them for cash qr on Installments.
E. O. HALL & SON, Ltd:
CI1LI2R8 BLOCK, PORT STREET.
are words synonymous to the Honolulu people
and mean the very best at the lowest price
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Last quarter of the tnoou on the 31nt
at 7.54 p. lu
Tides from the United States eoast
and Geodetic Suney Tables.
The tides at Kahulul and Hllo occur
about on hour earlier than at Ho
Hawaiian Standard Time Is 10b 30m
slower than Green wclh time, being
mat of the meridian of 167.30. The
tlmo whistle ..ows at 1:30 p. m., whlcn
Is the same as Greenwich, 0a Om.
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Some of the Excellent Features in the Sunday Bulletin :
Observations of a Fool
Stories For and About Children
Census Figures on Kissing
News o! the Sporting World
Death of Gen. Estey, the Great Organ Manufacturer
The Little Crib
Horse and Mule Meat
Language of the Circus
General Funston on Moral Courage
American Women at King Edward's Coronation
The City and Country Mile
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CARD OF THANKS.
The family of the late William
Crewe sincerely tbauk their many
friends for their kindness and Moral
offerings at the time of their affllulon
OAHU 8UCAR COMPANY, LIMITED.
The stock books of this Company
will be closed to transfers from Sat
urday, March 29th. to Tuesday. April
1st: 1902. both Inclusive.
II A. ISKNBDRO,
other adjoining lots with School street
and running along Lot 1, S, 3S i: 9J
feit, thence 8 57 30' W 75 leet.
thence N. 38 W St! feet, thence N 52
30' K. 74 feet, along said road to point
of beginning Containing an ana of
G28B square feet, moie or less, known
as Lot 2 in survey of 8. 51. Kaaukal
and being the portion of Apana 1, Roy
ul Patent 2101. L. C. A. 794 conveyeJ
to said mortgagors by deed of C
Afong. dated August 24, 1892, anil )e
corded in liber 135, on pages 493 and
PIONEER BUILDING AND LOAN
ASSOCIATION OF" HAWAII.
Ily Its attorney;
A. 0 M. ROBERTSON.
Dated, Honolulu, March 27, 1902.
2100 March 28, April 4, 11, 18.
Weather Hureau, l'unahou, March
28 Temperature Morning minimum,
CO; Midday maximum, 7C.
Barometer at 9 a. m. 29.92. Rising
Dew rolnt C9F.
Humidity at 9 a m. 90 per cent.
More rain from SW and W.
Diamond Head Signal Station, March
JS Weather cloudy ;wlnd SW.
Thursday, Mnrrh 27
G. N. S S Tampico. Ueeil, 14 dns
from Ttochc Harbor, at C p. m.
Friday. March 28
T. K. K Hongkong Mam. Fllnier,
from Hongkong, March 8; Shanghai,
12. Nagasaki, 14, Kobe, 10, .mil Yoko
hama. ID: .at 1 p. in.
A -II S. S Oregonlan. t'nrty, 9 dns
from San Frnnclseo. at 8 a. m.
Am. bk. S. C Allen, Johnson. 12
dn.vs from San Franolfcco, at 10 a. m
Str Keauhou, Moshcr. from Kll.iucn;
Thursday, March 27
Str Mlkahala, Gregory, for Elecle.
Maknwetl, Walmea and Kekaha.
OSS. Ventura. Huyvvard. for Page
Pago. Auckland and Sydne
Friday, March 28.
Str. Walaleale. Plltz. for Honokaa
and Kukulhaele. at 9 a m.
T K. K America Maru. Going, for
the Orient, at 11.30 a. m.
For the Orient, per T. K. K America
Maru, March 2S Mrs. K. Uerlnger,
Miss E. Bcrlnger, Miss A. Uerlnger, J.
T Fiske Jr., R W J Gorham. W Gor
ham, J S. Klnnan, Mrs. J. S Klnnan,
Miss J. Larned. It. LcDoutllller. Mrs
R, l.elloutllller and two children, John
Millar. O. W Moore, Mrs. a W Moore.
Mrs W Page, Miss C CPhllllps.il T
Slnclah and child, Miss R. Scherff
From San Fianclsco, per bark S. C.
Allen, March 28 F. Smaller.
From San 1'ianclsco per S S Am
erica Maru, March 27 Mr. nnd Mis. P.
Ilallantlne. Mrs T L Chadbourne Jr.
Miss Constance L Curran. Miss F II.
Cramp. Mr and Mrs E C Concrse. Mr.
nnd Mis Hnrrls Fahnestock, Mrs. A M.
Gade I' S Holllster Mrs. E. A. Jiul
son Miss S Peail ludson. MUs Chni
lotte Judfcon. A E Kneser, W T
Klrkpatrlck. Mvs F II Koehler.
Comdr T Kurol, William Kuprecht S.
Matsul. Dr Y. Noda l)r K Osavva, O.
Oja, Mr and Mis F. I. Potts, Mrs.
Teckla Steln-Ueutei Mrs M. Shlralslil,
maid and child, Mr and Mrs W W.
Stetthelmer, K. I'Uunonilja, Jno
Wcbtphalen, Mr and Mrs Ciosby M
Wright. Ynmahhlta For Kobe Miss
M II Smith and maid For Nagasaki
Oskar Dello For Shanghai C E.
Flske, Dr Yoml Kin II Roberts. J.
Samson For Hongkong Miss C M.
Atkinson, J. Becker, Mr and Mrs. II R.
Callendar. MUs II. A DuRulec, C W.
Franckel, E. A .Frost. A Gibson, B, T.
Goodspeed, O P. Hawthorne, Miss
Louise Hood, I. Israel, J. M Kepner, S.
Kennedy, H. Kennedy, H. II. Munro,
P. XI. Spencer, F O Spencer, L. W.
Smith, Miss A. L. Voorman, B. S.
Whitehead and wife. Miss Helen
Whitehead. Rajmond Whitehead.
From Honolulu Mrs F. Uerlnger,
Miss E. Uerlnger, Miss A. Uerlnger, J.
T Flske Jr., W. J. Gorham, W. Gor
ham, Mr. nnd Mrs J S. Klnnan. M-.
and Mis. R Lelloutllller and two chil
dren, Jno. Millar. Mr and Mis O W.
Moore Mrs. W Page. Miss C C Phil
lips. Mr mid Mis H T. Slnilali nnd
child, and Mlbs R Stherfr.
Somo folks nro born procrastlnators. Neither advice nor entreaty
proves availing; they won't anticipate nnd constitutional last mln
liters, therefore, must bo content with pot-luck depleted assortments.
But ou nre not In that category, nro ou? You want to make selec
tions under the most favorable conditions. Wo expect big crowds
this week. We shall havo en salo
13 tons of Fresh Easter Merchandise
No occasion to repeat the stock arguments against late buying
You've henrd them tested them many times. Will ou profit by
WHITNEY & MARSH, LTD
CLOSED FRIDAY AFTERNOON. OPEN SATURDAY FVENING
UNTIL NINE O'CLOCK.
RAID ON IWILIil.
Another inld was made on lultel last
night b) Deput) Sheriff Chllllngworth
nnd n number of special officers. In
the Police CcJurt this forenoon, only
one of thu three men captured by th
police were in court, although th.
women nil turned up.
It appear that the other two men
found In the rooms raided were well
to do Japanese on their way home aft
er a trip to the Mainland. As they did
not enro to, lose their sctamcr for the
snke of lltty dollars apiece, they did
not put. In, their appearance, and tho
Gov eminent Is a hundred dollars be
The three women arc Porto Rlcan
and thu man who did nppear before
Judge Wilcox Is a colored soldier from
the transport Meade. Attorney Knu
lla appeared for the defense In all thr
cases nnd, at bis request, they were all
continued until tomorrow. The raid
of last night was the first for n couple
of months or so.
Dr G K. Vincent, a son of Bishop
Vincent of the Methodist Church, Is
mentioned for the piesldeno of the
Unlvcislty or Wisconsin. He Is at
present professor of sociology In the
University of Chlcngo,
For Want Column See Porc Six
The best the markets
n.'ford served tnd. guests
have full lcw of the sea
from tho dining room. . ,
L. H. DEE, Proprietor.
W. Beswlck, Manager.
Take the car to Walklkl.
I WANTED Situation by oung man,
, aged 23 j ears, handy with tools. M
M II , this office-. 2107-Iw
WANTED Information of Isaac L O
Sager dead or nllve as I have new
of special Importance nnd to his oil
vantage Answer without fall For
positive proof of dentil will pay re
waul dipt Bert A Stout 533 Kear
ney St., room 8, San Francisco, Cal
FOUND A remed for dandruff. You
ciyi get rid of this troublesome dis
ease with Paeheco's Dandruff Killer.
At Union Bather Shop,
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WINES. . . I
Wo know ou will enjoy ...
these wines. They are the ery
choicest, are pure and of the X
vlntngo of 1895, Somo of the -
varieties nre: i
MORTGAGEE'S NOTICE OF FORE-
CLOSURE AND SALE. I WITTY RETORTS OF WITNE8SES.
In accordance with a power of Bah)
contained in a certain mortgage made
by Kahula nnd Kaolulo, both of Ho
nolulii, Island of Oaliu, Territory of
Hawaii, to the Pioneer Building and
Loan Association of Hawaii, dated
March 14th, 1889, and recorded at tho
Register Office, Oahu, in liber 182 on
pices 4RR to 49Q, notice Is horeby glyen
that said mortgagee Intends to fore
close said mortgage for condition brok
en, to wit, non payment of principal
and Interest when due; and upon said
foreclosure will sell at public auction
at the auction looms of James F Mor
gan, on Queen street, Honolulu afore
bald, on Monday, April 21st, 1902, nt
12 o'clock noon of said day, the prem
ises described In said mortgage, name
ly: All that certain parcel of land situ
ate at Kauluwela, Honolulu aforesaid,
bounded and described as follows: H.v
ginning at the road connecting this and
The Irlbh race is noted for Its na
thu wit, and when a lawer gets a son
of "the ould bod" upon the witness
stand ho generally expects soino rare
fun A gentleman who has been col
lectlng samples of Irish wit and repar
teo lor some lime iclates the follow
"Aie you guilty or not guilty?" ask
ed the court clerk of a prisoner charg
ed with some trivial offense
"Phwat are ecs there for but to
folnd out?" was tho quick rejoinder.
A henpacked husband had his better
half arrested for assaulting him. The
plaintiff wns on the stand.
"And now, Mr. O'Toole," said tho
counsel, "will you kindly tell the Jury
whether your wife was In the habit of
striking you with Impunity?"
"Wld what, sor?"
"Sho win, sor, now an' then; but she
glnernlly used th' potaty masher,"
BLOODY BULL FIGHT
El Paso Tex. March 16. Tho blood
lest bull tight ever witnessed at Juar
ez. Mexico, occurred today, when
FuenteB und Maznntlnl, Spain's most
renowned matadors, fought six bulls to
the death, r'lve horses wero horrlblv
gored and killed or mortally wounded
during tho combat, which lasted three
hours and tho 10,000 people who saw
the Sunday aiternoon battlo had their
thirst for goro fully satisfied.
Tho audience was made up princi
pally of Americans from this side of
the border, who attended merely to bo
ablo to say that they had seen a genu
ine Spanish bull light by tho greatest
matadors extant. Many of tho specta
tors wero sickened by the sight of bo
much blood, women fainted and men
acLiibtomed to clean American sports
Ic ft thu building In disgust before tho
fight was half aver.
hucntes, said to be tho chief matn
(lore of Spain, played lu III luck tod.iv.
lie stubbed one bull nvo times bofoni
finally driving tho sword Into a vitnl
spot. Americans jelled nt him to get
an ax to put the beast out of his rats
ery and the bespangled matadoro was
greatly discomfited Mazzantlnl show
ed himself to be a mabtcr of his art;
killing each of his charging bulls with
one clean stroke through tho heart. Ho
was lionized by lue populace, Tho ma
tadores and their troupe havo Just
completed a successful tour of Mexico,
They sail from New York to Barcelona
to fill an engagement.
We want your order.
Gomes & McTighei
Telephone Main 140, X
8end the weekly edition of the Bul
letin to your friends. Only a year.
W. K. VICKERY,
of tho firm of Vlekery, At
kins and Torrey, of San
Francisco, Is now In Ho
nolulu with borne fine wa
ter colors which are on
exhibition In ROOM 11,
In engravings, etchings
and photogravures will be
found many suitable wed
ding gifts at prices rang
ing from (10 upwards.
A good selection of Cop
ley Lepia Prints, prices
from $2 to C, are also in
SATURDAY, Mar. 29
AFTERNOON AND EVENING
Grand Production of n nerlcs o?
Ancient Hawnllnn History adapted
for the stago by the
PONOI DRAMATIC COMPANY
to be presented In English by Native
Hawallnns. A Melodrama In two acts,
The Lady of the Twilight
New Scenes New Customes New Songs
A muslral Interlude by the company.
Landing of Lono and His Death
Characters bjMhe Company.
Tickets on sale at Wall, Nichols Co
Beaver Lunch Rooms
Fort 8t bet. Queen nnd Merchant
Breakfast. Lunch and Dinner
Everything first class. Complete lint
Key West and Domestic Cigars alwayt
H. J. NOLTE, - Proprietor.
Everything New, Good Table, Nice
Bedrooms, Sample Room for Comtner
clal Travelers. Opposite Landing, fine
view-, cool and comfortable. Terms
G, FREELAND, -
Tho pure Juice of the California
Grapo Fruit carbonated by us.
Dt-lie Ions refreshing and health
ful Delivered at
the dozen in the city limits.
TELEPHONE MAIN 71.
Soda Water Works Co,,
65 Queen St.
THIS SPACE RESERVED
JAS. F. MORGAN,
65 Queen St