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SUNDAY BULLETIN, HONOLULU, I!. T SUNDAY, MARCH 30, 1D02.
Lace Curtain Sale ! !
Beginning Monday Morning, March 31st
VALUES NOT - CONSIDERED
The Reason, OVERSTOCKED, and More on the Way
&n event that should lo token advantngo of by every housekeep
er In Honolulu and an olter that Jpr liberality Is almost unprecedent
ed. 8ALE LASTS ONLY ONE WEEK. Then the opportunity will
be gone. You will And the goods and prices exactly as advertised,
for wo never misrepresent a salo under any circumstances.
Nottingham Lace. Curtains
Lot 13 yds. long, 40 Inches wldi, at 85c pair
Lot 23 1-2 yds. long, 54 Inches wide, at 95c pair
Lot 33 1-2 yds. long, 54 Inches wide, at $1.15 pair
Lot 4 3 1-2 yds. long, 48 Inches wlds, at $1.35 pair
Lot E 3 1-2 yds. long, 52 Inches wide, at $1.65 pair
Lot 63 1-2 yds. long, 54 inches wide, at $1.95 pair
Lot 73 1-2 yds. long, 54 Inches wide, at $2.95 pair asst. patterns
Lot 83 1-2 yd. long, 60 Inches wide, at $3.30 pair extra fine
consisting of only a small quantity.
ecru square net, with border. .
Frill Madras Curtains
Size 3 1-2 yards x 54 Inches
in white and cream; size 4 yards by
Cfi inches. Kegular price $6.75; this
Tambo Net Lace Curtains
ery small lo( of extra fine quality and
Lot 1 Sizes 3 1-2 yards x C3; regu
lar price $9.50; Sale Price $6.80 pr.
Lot 2. Sizes 4 yards x 63; regular
price $12.50; Sate Price $9.45 pr.
A small assortment of Bern Nottlng
hams, all at reduced prices.
N, S. SACHS' DRY GOODS GO., Ltd.
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by paying $100 for a typewriter when you can get an up-to-date
strictly high grade machine
The Wellington Visible Writer
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"We make the statement positively
that they are absolutely tho best, ex
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We have just 'received a shipment of these typewriters and
will be pleased to give full particulars regarding same.
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SPECIAL SERVICES FOR EASTER SUNDAY
I'lolln Obllgato I'rof. Amme.
I'lano Miss Castle.
Organ I'rof. A. D. Ingalts.
Hymn The Day of Insurrection. .
Dencdlctlon and Silent Prayer.
Postludc, Grand Chorus, Qlulmant
8t. Andrew's Cathedral.
This Is Easter Sunday and the prin
cipal churches throughout the city will
hold services appropriate to the occa
sion. The season of Lent has passed,
ending with the services of Holy Week
and today nil Christendom Is celebrat
ing the resurrection of the Christ. It is
essentially a season of rejoicing and
Honolulu has from tho earliest days of
the establishment of Christianity here,
observed the uay wmi jusi as mucn oi n,8h wg w, prMch hla last
a showing as any city of Its size on the BCrmonf ng Iieau of the Anglican
Mainland. Church In Hawaii, In St. Andrew's
Central Union Church. Cathedral at the usual hour this morn-
At Central Union churqh tho morn- jns Before another Sunday dawns
Ing services, It a.m.;' evening services, ' tho ciurcn wm iave passed from tho
7:30 p. m. At 8:50 n. m. there will bo nngH,!, t0 the American jurisdiction,
a special Easter sen Ice In tho Ulblc Tjhop Willis will bo the officiating
school, at which a full attendance is dignitary at tho Easter services. Illsh
requested. All offerings over and above op Nichols will bo present. The order
the average amount will be given to of gervceg fr Easter Is as follows:
tho American Uoard of Foreign Mis- Caster Eve 7:30 p, m. Choral
slon work. At 6:30 p. m. Christian Evensong.
Endeavor services will be held, the naster Day 6:00 a. m. Holy corn
subject being "The Illicit Life; munlon.
Christ's, Ours." At 4 o'clock this nf- 7.00 n. m. Choral celebration of the
tcrnoon an Easter service will also bo 10y communion,
held In the Gospel tent on Fort street, 9; 00 a. m. Pule Kakahlaka.
weather permitting. Ilev. W. M. Kin- io:30 a. m. Morning prayer and ser
cald will deliver as his Easter sermon, n,on. Preacher: The Rt. Ilev. The
"The Easter Message." The choir for Bishop of Honolulu,
this special occasion has been arranged 10: 43 a. m. Plain celebration of tho
as follows: holy communion.
Quartet Soprano, Mrs. Alice Otis; 3:30 p. m. Pule Ahlahl.
tenor, C. A. Elston; alto. Mrs. O. M. 7:30 p, m. Evening prayer and ser
Whltney; bass, I. S. Dliriugham. mon.
Special Soloists Mrs. Annls Mon-i st. Clement's Chapel'.
;IU;r.' .J'?" Z' A ""rt There will be service, at St. Clem-
mi' . nu .. a -.,. .. t ' fnt' chapel, tho following program
iu. ...; urany-,..-..... u. tv, ,, nrPnnp,l.
?. PZlt,JltB , , , V , ,i V., 7 a. m.-Holy Communion.
Miss E. M Taylor Mrs Cordelia Cly- m.Mornlng prayer and Holy
inert aradlcy. Miss S. Lillian Dying- CommunIon
ton Miss Edith Rogers. 7.30 m.nvcn8onB
Alios .urn. i,uriiiitt u. iraiiiun, .... r,lM ... ,. .......i .1... .1,.
Walter Alvarez. Miss Carrie D. Cas- ;, , , ,h d
tie. Miss Rutli E. Whitney.
Tenors-Dr. O. Waldo Burgess. E. L. Catholic Cathedral Services.
Collins, W. M, Campbell, Arthur K. The Catholic Cathedral services will
Wall. bo In the following order:
Bass Carl Andrews and others. 6 and 7 a. m. Low masses with Hoi)
Double Male Quartet First tenors. Communion.
C. A .Elston, J. D. Dougherty; second 9 a. m. Mass with singing and En
tenors, C. Kimball, R. C. Drown; first fillsh sermon.
basses, Albert F. Judd. I. S. Dllllng- 10:30 a. m. High pontifical mass,
ham; second basses Car) Andrews, 3 p. m. Confirmation, sermon and
Walter F. Dillingham. I benediction.
Instrumentalists Violins: Miss Iola' 7 p. m. Vespers and solemn benodlc
E. Darber, Miss Allco Woods, Mrs. tlon.
0 co. A, Howard Jr., Prof. J. H. Amme, The hymns and choruses at the fl
Dr. Arthur M. Smith. o'clock mass will be sung by the St.
Piano Accompanist Miss Carrie D Louis College choir. They will be:
Castle. Organ Triumphal March
Organist and Conductor Prof. A. D. Sainton-Dolby
Ingalls. 1 " Christ, the Lord, Is Risen Today. -
The order of morning worship will Great Is the Lord Hoffley
be ns follows
Prelude Andante Cantabllc.
Invocation and Lord's Prayer.
Anthem Behold the Angel of the
Quartet The Magdalene.
Offertory Solo O Divine Redeemer
I Ave Maria Klngnrclll
Jubilate Deo Daumbach
Alleluia Chorus Dunham
1 Organ Easter March Flagler
Tho musical program for the high
pontifical mass tomorrow is as follows:
Mission Band ....Prof. Derger, leader
Easter Solemn March Bcrgcr
Kyrlc Olorla mass of Dulhcr
I Epistle Easter morning S0J0 . .
Miss Alice Campbell Organ accompa
niment by Princess Kawananakoa.
Credo From Buhler
Sanctus Agnus of Bulher
Organist Mrs. Agatha Kellcy.
Choir Lender Father Valentin.
At all the services of Easter Sunday
B collection will bo held for the benefit
of the church.
At the Kallhl-waena Catholic church,
this arrangement has been made:
8:30 n. m. High mass, with sermon
on the Feast. In English, Portuguese
and Hawaiian, and collection.
The mnss of Cocano will be rendered
by the choirs of the Catholic churches
of Moanalua and Kallhl-waena, under
the leadership of J. II. Van Qlescn.
This program of music has been nr
Gloria (Angels' hymn).
Credo (Creed In litln.)
Ilcglna Coell (ruitlicm to the Bles
O Salutarls (Adoration hymn at the
Quid retrlbuam (Communion thanksgiving).
Grand Invocatory anthem (Domino
salmim fac populum tuum or O-Lord
Sao Thy People.).
There will be special Easier ser
vices In Kawalahao church during the
morning. Rev. II. II. Parker will offl
Knights Templar Services.
Tho custom of tho Knights Templar
of holding scrvjres on Easter day will
be followed out In Central Union
church this afternoon at 4 o'clock when
the Honolulu Commander)', No. 1, will
attend in n body. The service will ho
conducted according to tho Templar
ritual with Rev. Wlltlnm Morris Kln
cald of Central Union church and Ilev.
Alex. Mackintosh of the Second Con
gregation of St, Andrew's Cathedral as
sisting. A special choir consisting of
the following will furnish tho music
Mrs, W. L. Whitney. Mrs. A. II. Otis
C. A. Elston and Isaac Dillingham. The
offertory solo will be sung by Mrs. J. T,
The Knights will attend In full uni
form. Tho officers of the Commander)'
nrc as follows:
Eminent Commandcr.Norman Gcdge;
Generalissimo, 8. I Rumsey; Captain-
General. II. C. Morton; Prelate. W. II,
Wright; Senior Warden. K. 11. O. Wal
lace; Junior Warden, C. S. Hall; Re
corder, J. D. Tucker; Treasurer, David
Dayton; Standard Bearer, M. T. Lyons;
Sword Bearer, II. C. Pfluegcr; Warder.
V. J. Amweg; Sentinel, Theo. Hoff
mann. Nuuanu Chapter No. 1, Rose Croix.
Niiuanu Chapter, No. 1, Rose Croix,
will hold an Easter service In tho Ma
sonic Temple at 10 a. m. Visiting
brothers nrc Invited to attend. A. V
Gear; W. M.
Will prove a great convenience In tho sick-room and
whero children require a light during -tlio night. They aro
wonderful little lamps. A slight turn of tho globe changes
tho light from stxtesn to one-candle power and vice versa.
In nppearanco they aro the regular Incandescent lamp and
can bo used anywhere. Wo will supply them at
75 cents each. TELEPHONE MAIN 390
HAWAIIAN ELECTRIC CO., Ltd
KINO STROGT, NEAR ALAKEA.
All sizes in quarter-sawed oak and beautifully finished.
Largo stock of
Extension Dining Tables.
Axminster and Smyrna Rugs.
Tapestry and Chenille Portieres,
Folding chairs to let for any occasion, and tho very best uphols
tering dono. Elegant line of furnliuro In all departments.
PORTER FURNITURE CO., LTD.
Fisher Block, opp. Love Bid., Port Street.
I C. J. DAY & CO.--GROCERIESi
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New Line Golf Shirts
very latest In tho market.
SILK AND GRAPE SHIRTS. PONGEE
SILK FOR SUITS, direct from the Orient.
BIG LINE OF KIMONAS. -
Robinson Block. Hotel Street.
General Merchandise. Dry Goods, Groccrica.
Japanese Provisions, etc.
MAGOON BLOOK, MEROHAKT hTREET.
E . O- Box 880 IMZsLim.
P O. BOX M. Til. II.
THE OLDEST CHu '"SE FIRM IN HONOLULU.
Oititrt la Flat Sllki tod Grast Llotot. ChlaM o4 Jiptotu Goods ol All Klili
Tft-it Nuuanu atrm
Sacrifice Sale-Last Week
At the store of Ooo Kim, 1116 Nuuanu street. Tho finest of Orient
al silks and linens, consisting of dress goods and embroidered handker
chiefs 32 Inches square and table covers 3G and 41 Inches square Ladles
and gentlemen's furnishing goods and underwear; duck suits, bath robes;
remnants of grass linen, figured silks and other goods.
GOO KIM, 1116 Nuuanu Street
Q. II. Derrey's offlce. 8 Campbell bid.
Nicely furnished rooms, Popular
House, 1219 Fort St, J 1.50 per week up.
Small road cart for sale. See nd un
der New Today.
Mrs. C. D. Warren and Miss Marcla
Warren will leave soon for their home
In Chicago. Mr. Warren left In tho
The United States Fish Commission
steamer Albatross returned to port
e8tcrday afternoon after a short
Corns nnd bunions removed without
pain. Ingrowing toe-nails treated suc
cessfully. Or. Bogle, Oregon Block,
The formal transfer of tho Hawaiian
Episcopal church from the Jurisdiction
of the English to the American church
will tako placo Tuesday morning nt 10
Col. Chamberlain. Inspector General
of the Department of California, Is ex
pected here In the transport Sheridan,
duo here In the early part of next
The Koloa Plantation Company held
a meeting yesterday morning at which
tho question of a bond issue was
brought up beforo the stockholders.
No decision was arrhed at.
122 KING STREET
next to Bulletin Office
PHONE MAIN 119
Don't forget Camarinos of the Call
fornlt Fruit Market when you want
Miss Louise Hussey of Kahulul.t fruit and vegetables. He always has
Maul, nnd T. U Norton, wero married ( on hand a fresh supply of both Callfor
in the Catholic Cathedral on tho even-! nta and Island fruits. Telephone Main
Ing of March 25. 378.
A nice largo room suitable for twoj pre8l(lent cornwell of the Hawaiian
nnd a small room are offered for rent torkfiV rit, i. pnrio,i wt, fmm
In private family on School street. See
To Let column.
T. Cllvo Davies will be the speaker
at tho 4 o'clock In the Y. M.'C. A. this
afternoon. The subject will be de
cided on today.
The Hawaiian Women's Club will
have a special meeting at Mrs. y. F.
Frear's home, Punahou, at 3 o'clock
Monday afternoon next.
The Rebekahs were to have had their
entertainment last night but postponed
It out of respect to tho memory of their
late brother, M, Loulsson.
iuo uruHino camera u. . is a inur-, quested to notify
vel, takes a sharp, clean picture o aCr than April 7,
cusia uuiy 44. uv. vun unu bvu iui-ui ui
Honolulu Photo Supply Co.
The usual semi-monthly meeting of
tho Seminar Club, a society for agri
cultural research and study, met Id
Prof. Shorey's offlce last evening,
There is to be a special meeting ot
the Rapid Transit Co. next Saturday to
consider the question of by-laws al
terations and extension of lines.
The wedding of Miss Relle Walker
Mfllll tnrtfiv fin lnn;l(ii' n imis artn
I after that date, the program for Ihe
June races will be submitted and acted
Two soldiers engaged In a free fight
In Alakea street yesterday morning.
One was arrested hut the other fellow
ran nway and got aboard tho transport
Mvndc where tho police officers could
not get at him.
The Honolulu lloir t'luo will play a
competition under match rules, to
commence on April 13. Members who
Herman Ilarth. of the Honolulu
Sheet Metal Works, wishes to state- that
his name has been used In connection
with n dlvorco suit, nt present heforr
the Circuit Court, by n mistake. The
man connected with this suit Is V II.
Barth who has a business of n similar
kind on the corner of Fort nnd Kukul
Tho young ladles constituting tho
0ahti College nnd V. W. C. A. basket
ball teams played on the campus at tho
former placo Friday afternoon. The
result was n victory for the Oahu Col
lego girls, the score being 10 to 17. Tho
V. XV. C. A. girls played badly at first
but Boon picked up and gave the col
lego girls a hard fight for the upper
Tho heavy rains of the past week on
Kauai have done a great deal of dam
age. Several landslide near Kllauea
nrc reported. Some of Hio Jlakeo Su
gar Co.'s rnllroad tracks were washed
away. It Is reported also that the big
reservoir at the Kealla plantation
broko on Thursday last, doing n great
deal of damage to houses In the trin
ity. No lives were lost.
There wns no quorum present at tho
meeting of the Honolulu Athletic Club
Friday night so that nothing could bo
dono with rcgnrd to tho attitude of tho
club athletic team In the matter of the
postponement of tho Boys' Brigade
Field Day. The general sentiment
seems to be that tho original Idea of
entering n team be adhered to, al
though there has been a lot of talk
about drawing out.
William II. Syicn, who for a num
ber of months past has been the bean
bartender at tho Hawaiian Hotel,
leaves for Hilo in the Klnnu next Tues
LEADS THE WORLD
Smith Premier Typewriters
Sold on Installment plan.
Special attention paid to re
pair work of machines of all
makes by an expert from fac
tory. Also supplies for all ma
chines on hand.
G. W. MACFARLANE, Sole Agent for the Territory of Hawaii
Office at Washington Light Co.
" 1 'JSM JofSlKV-
Among tho nrrlvals In the Ventura
was T. W. Cllsc, managing director ot
tho Globo Navigation Co. and presi
dent of tho Seattle Chamber of Com
merce. Ho speaks most encouragingly
ot the prospects of Hawaii.
Tho Supremo Court yesterday aftsr-
1 noon rendered two decisions, rovers-
I Ing the First Circuit Court in both
I cases. The appeals decided aro those
In flip rnRfa nf .Tnhn Kfilivell v. EVnnb
and F. W. Klcbahn will take, place at Godfrey, and Mary Sylva vs. Kcanu. et
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Hawaiian Engineering and Construction Co.
ROOMS 508, 509, 510 STANGENWALD BUILDING.
P. O. BOX 834. TEL. MAIN 7f
All classes of Engineering Work solicited; Examinations, Survey and IU
Xrts made for any class of Waterworks, Steam and Electric Constructlomj
Plana and Specifications and Estimates Prepared, and Construction Superla
tendod, In all branches ot Engineering Work; Contracts solicited for Rail
roads, Electric and Steam; Tunnels, Bridges, Buildings, Highways, Founda
tions, Piers, Wharves, etc
Special attention given to Examinations, Valuations, and Report (J
Properties tor Investment purposes.
FREDERICK J. AMWEO, M. AM. Soc a .,
Engineer and Manager.
W. R. CASTLE JR., Secretary and Treasurer.
Bulletin 75c. per month.
ami avenue, on tho night ot April 9,
The Porto Rlcnn who was at the
Queen's hospital the otner day and
who was supposed to be crazy Is really
only a little bit silly and Irresponsible.
--,- .,t0 ..,,. tu 1111: iMiiiiu iiu'AI. t IlL'B-
aro dcslrlouB of taking part are re- day whero he goes to tako chargo of tho
me secretary not Un on Saloon. Mr. Svi-pii mmn i,r
about n year ago bringing many very
flno letters of recommendation with
him. Since coming hero ho has mado
a host ot friends and is one of tho most
popular young men of tho city.
Tho annual election of officers of Ho
nolulu Lodge. No GIG, B. P. 0. E...
Friday evening, resulted as follows: V.
M. Brooks, Exalted Ruler; F. E. Rich
ardson, Esteemed Leading Knight; H.
II. Williams, Esteemed Loyal Knight;
I-orrln Andrews, Esteemed, Lecturing
Knight; Thomas A, Lloyd, Treasurer;
I). L, Colliding, secretary; Quy Living
ston. Tyler; F, J. Church, Trustee.
Two ballots wero necessary for secre
tary, ns Conkllng nnd Cousins tied tho
MOET & GHANDDN'S
WHITE SEAL : - : -
was exclusively used at tho dinner given by President Roosovclt to
Prlnco Henry following tho christening of tho Kaiser's now yacht Mo
teor. It Is tho favorlto brand exclusively used by all connoisseurs.
H. HAGKFELD & CO., LIMITED
SOLE AGENTS HAWAIIAN TERRITORY.
Leonora TorroB and Ollva Rivera,
charged with fornication, had their
cases nollo pros'd In tho Pollco Court
yesterday. J. C. Slngelton nnd Allzn
Bclgada (w), under the same charge,
Soldiers are especially Invled to tho , were found guilty and sentenced to pay
men's meeting in mo v. i. v. a. at 4
o'clock this afternoon. There will bo
nn Interesting talk and excellent mu
sic. At a special meeting of the 0. R. & L.
Co. held Friday afternoon, the old by
laws were repealed and the now ones
ndopted. No other business was trans
acted. At a meeting of the Fourth District
commlftco yesterdny morning, W. W.
Harris was formally nominated the Re
publican candidate for the special elec
tion, Ills application was tiled in tho
Secretary's oOlce at 12 noon.
a flno ot ?25 nnd costB each.
An insane Japanese, Yamamoto by
namo, was sent oer to the asylum this
afternoon. He enme fiom Wnlalua and
wns religiously l.l'ned. While In tho
cell at tho pollco station, tho Japancso
did not cat or drink n thing. Ho was
there about twenty-four hours.
Tho chemical englno mado a trial
run to tho corner of Alakea and Mer
chant streets yesterday afternoon In
answer trfan alarm Bent In by Mr. Cof
fee from the box- Just placed In posi
tion there, Tho time mado was excel
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i The Dr. fitX.
i (with sus- a.V?
ties of the esi
AUen h-tnc "Belt'
pensorv Is guarantee J
all lilt vuratlve proper
snens ve be ts now so d bv
doctors anj drucg. 's. it gives a very
trong current of electricity andlseally
reuul.iteJ. Round to superseJe others. Can
be had from the undersigned only: no
agents; no discount. Circular free. Address
"lerco Electric Co . ssO Post St.. S'n
Fraulsco. Sent free to Hawaii for $5.00
Motor Carriage and Machine
REPAIR AND BUILD
ALL KINDS OF : :
Safe Work ot All Kinds.
' Etc, Etc., Repaired.
UNION STREET, near Hotel.
Phone Blue 721. P. 0. box 112.
J. W. SCHOENINQ, Manager.
Waialua Beach Hotel
A. WEIINER, Manager.
Now Open for Duslness. Fin
est of Accommodation, Finest
of Bathing. Be 8uro to Get
Off at Walatua Station.
RATES $2.50 per day;
Special Rates by Week or
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