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EVENING HULLETIN, HONOLULU. II. T., MONDAY, MAllCIt 31, 1902.
THE CHICAGO $50.00
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Examine this Typewriters the Iocs) sneney. Machines told on "little
at a time payments".
. WALL, NICHOLS CO., LTD.
Fine . i
at S32.00 s
Only a personal IntpeHon cnn gl.e
you an Idea of the vai-i of these sets.
They con sift of seven pieces of the
finest wood beautifully finished, and
arc a bargain. Come dud sco them.
J. HOPP & COMPANY,
LEADING FURNITURE DEALER8
Corner King and Bethel Hti-ectH
Why not order a box of Saro-
nl'a lino candles when telephon
ing for the groceries? The Ala
meda has just brought us the
Wo sell them In Jib, 1 aco
2-lb boxes. Remember, Just a
telephone message will bring
them to your door.
H. MAY & CO.
Tito Popular Grocery.
according, to the opinions
of physicians and food ex
perts, we have all the best
of tho many breakfast
foods now on the 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.
tl 11 Limited 11 11
1060 FORT STREET.
240 Two Telephones 240.
I EYIE J?HlSS I
There Is Individuality about eye
glasses the same as dress. Not every
one can be fitted with the same clip
and spring. Eye-glasses should bo
made to It the faro 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 tho
A. N. SANFORD,
Dotton Building. Fort Street.
Over May & Co.
Wo arc having quite a sale
of ropo portieres. These are a
new Importation and are In very
beautiful colorings. Prices are
Largo stock In handsomely
finished quarter-sawed oak.
chairs to match.
Our furniture stock at the
present time is very complete In
every department. Come nnd
NEW BOOKS !
NEW BOOK LIST:
"Tho Rights of Man," by Dr. Lyman
ables for tho Fair," by Josephine
D. Daskam. '
Sir Hlclmrd Calmady," by Match.
Stephen Cullnarl," by Julian Sturgls.
french Revolution and Religions"
(Reform), by Sloane.
'"Schley nnd Santiago." by Graham
"Korim Gonlyeuff." by Maxim Gorky.
'iiieso are only seven of the new
bookB, but wd have seventy times
soven just as good nnd nu Interesting.
J. M. WEBB,
ISoolfHcllcr nnd Stntloner.
NEW YEAR WELL
By hit vlnjj your photo
token. My work Is
of the hlgliettt quality
J. J. Williams,
Tjihe elevator In ItoHton Hlock.
AN' HOUR IN'TME MORNING
THE SAME HOUR EVERY MORNING
or afternoon, given to dictation, will
keep your correspondence "cleaned
up. Try it a month.
J. D. AVERY, Business Correspondent
I Regularity! Certainty Despatch!
Tel. Main 76. 9 5:45. Elite Bldg.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
II. W. Kostcr, Jeweler, 158 Hotoi St.
Hunch of keys have been found. Sec
Found column on page 8,
Rice & Perkins Invite you to sec
their sample work In the Oregon block.
Your amateur photographic work
nlll be well done If taken to Honolulu
l'hoto Supply Co.
W. It. Castle lias Med r brief on
his' citation for contempt nt the In
stance of A. S. Clcghom.
Oahu Carrlngc Manufacturing Com
pany vs. T. 0. MrOnlre has been act
for trial on Thursday.
Manager F.rllch of tho Pacific I in
port Company Is confined (o bis home
with a severe attack of neuralgia.
The Honolulu Stockyards Company
has brought suit against the t'nlon
Express Company for $1100 alleged to
be duo them.
Tourists will find nt the Honolulu
Photo-Supply Company headquarters
for any .photographic supplies they
may want: plates, Minis, paper, chemi
eals. prlntlni; nnd developing, etc.
Catalogues of kodaks nnd cameras gi
m free of charge.
The Hrltlsh bark Kinross Cnptnln
Murray, sails this evening for Klln-l.
A board of survey, consisting of Cap
tains Fuller. Clark and Ilroknw. ox
n in I noil her this morning nnd dcclnr -d
her seaworthy. Repairs to her back
stays have been completed.
For the accommodation of those who
desire to ntentd the Kallmi term ot
court In Komi. Hawaii, nnd others. 11
steam launch will be nt Kuwitlhne on
the Klnnu's arrival to take nil passen
gtrs who may desire to avail them
selves of this opportunity to reach
ports along the Komi coast ahead ot
the Maunn I.oa.
in a bowling contest between the
Piinahoit Athletic nnd Honolulu Howl
ing Clubs Saturday, the former won
by 11 score of lfi&'.i to 111.18. A return
match will be played a week from Sat
urday. Tin- Punalioits have accepted
challenges from the Prlmo and Hon
lulu Wonders teams. These will he
played before the return game with
the Honolulu Club.
Inspector Ha8son says that for the
next two or three days the trial blasts
of the flro alarm whistle may be ex
pected to continue. There will be a
particularly llvoly tooting tomorrow
morning. When an alarm Is turned In
from n box In tho Gamewell system the
number of the box Is sounded automa
tically by tlie whistle, just the same as
it Is rung oa bells lu other cities.
Very favorable answers have been
received from thu Disliop Estate bv
Mr. Desky In regard to the nintter of
land for the proposed extension of tlir
Pacific Heights railway to Tantalus.
Tlie Government will be unable to con
tribute any land to tho purposes of
the toad, but will do all In Its power
o assist the project. The matter of a
donation of land will probably coin'
up beforu the next Legislature. Mr.
Desky Is awaiting further ndvlr.-s
.'rom Mr. Alexander before proceeding
further with the project.
There will probably bu a meeting 1 f ,
tho members of the new club tumor-1
row or next day for the purpose of or
Ionization. It Is the opinion of tho
pioinoters (bat the club should start
out at the beginning with its own
building anil grounds. It Is thought
'hat money can be saved In this way.
Ily taking up quarters In such a plnc-
is tho Young building a lot of mony
would be spent and when tho time
eanic for n change of quarters there
would be nothing to show. Tho young
lien of the city have taken hold of the
new Idea with n great deal of enthu
siasm and It will be sure to go
DO YOU REALIZE
Thai In buying a genuine Hand
Welt man's shoo that you get ex
Do You Realize
That unless the HANAN SHOE
was anil Is nil It Is represented,
that It would never have gained
the fame It has?
Do You Realize
That you are wasting your money
nnd losing lots of comfort buying
shoes that are claimed to be Just
as good as the "HANAN"?
Drop around and try a pair on;
we don't have to say n word, th"
shoes sell themselves.
Mclnerny Shoe Store
HELD IN CENTRAL UNION
CHURCH EASTER SUNDAY
Mustered Forty Strong and Marched
From Masonic Temple Rev.
Alex. Mackintosh Was
Saturday evening a couple of basket
ball games were played In the Y. M.
C. A. gymnasium between tlie Even
Ing Class team ami a picked teunriind
ubttvueii two Intermediate teuius. As
ihe games were only practice guinea
no regular scoies were kept. In thu
first game tin, teams were lined up ns
Evening Class. PickTdTeam".
..1. O. Johnston A. M. KcqIhi
I. Gorman W. Larue
K. .M. Cheatham W. K. Kerr
W. S. Itlnley . Illackman
It. S. Plerson C. Jenkins
The Kvcnlng Cluss team In tho first
half had niuih the better of the gnmu,
as the opposing team had only thicc
players of u regular team, namely A.
M. Kcoho. W. K. Kerr and A. Illack
man. Larue anil C. Jenkins being
strangers in thu combination, this
somewhat hanipi-ied the display of
team work In the first half. In the sec
ond half, howitier. this team took u
brute mid a wry nice gnme was wit
The set nnd game was played be
tween two Intermediate teiiniK, the
line up being as follows:
T. Uvans- C. Maslike
C. Glllllniiil !'. ). l.ubeelt
A. Lub-ck C. Gom.iz
L- Kvans J. Dolllnger
O. Oss 8. Sachs
In this game tlie first mentioned
team had decidedly the best ot thu
The Y. M. C. A athletes are waiting
tor the Hoys' Hilgade Held day to come
off betore hog-Inning the regular bits
betball turnament, as many of thu
men are at present In training for Urn
field day events.
The special services of the Knlglit3
Templar of the Honolulu Command
cry, ns held annually, took place in
Central Union Church Sunday after
noofi. The Sir Knights, forty strong.
with illumed chnpeaiis. ami In the full j
uniform dress of the order, with bald
rics, crosshllted swoids anil belts
marched fro 111 Hie Masonic Temple to
the church, making a very fine appear
ante. They were under the command
01 Kmlnent Sir Normii 13. (ledge, com
mander; Sir Samuel L. Ramsey, gen
eralissimo; Sir Henry C. Morton, cnp
tnln general: Prelate W. II. Wright.
Senior Warden K. K. G. Wallace. .In
nlor Warden C. S. Hull, Recorder J
I). Tucker. Tiensiirer David Dayton.
Standard Hearer M. T Lyons, Sword
Hearer II. C. Pfiueger. Warder F. J.
Araiu'C and Sentinel Tlieo. Huffman
I'pon arriving nt the main entrance
to the church, tlin knights divided, one
file going down the Wniklkl nlsle and
the other dawn the Kwn aisle. They
occupied Hit two front rows of seats,
the officers In the central part. Orders
were given for rising, sitting or kneel
ing, us tlie ritual required.
A specljtl choir composed of Mrs.
O'tfs (sopi'nno). Mrs. 'Whitney (contral
to). Mr. Klston (tenor), ami Mr. I. 3.
Dillingham (basso), furnished (ho ma
jor part of the music. Mrs. J. T. Mc
Donald sang the offertory solo. Prof.
Ingalls presided at the organ. On nc
count of Illness, Rev. Alex. .Mackin
tosh, acting prelate, was unable to ' e
piesent ami his place was taken by
itev. W M. Klutnbl.
The singing of "Onward. Christian
Stumers." followed by the Ltjnl's Pray
er and an nlternnte reading of Psalm
("XVIII by tho prelate and knlghti.
op-mil the seivlce. Tho- Magnificat
wits given by the chnlr.
After the onenoiy solo. Hid minis
ter recited a prayer lu rnmmc mnrntlon
ot the sufferings of the knights of old
en time, which was recited by the
knights In their dungeons. It Is us fol
"Thou. O Lord, who knowest thnt
we arc Innocent, promote our deliver
ance tluiti wo may In humility pre
serve our Vows nnd keep thy command
ments, to the end that we may accom
plish thy holy service and sovereign
will. Deliver us from those cruel ami
unjust reproaches heaped upon ns, In
consequence of our great disasters '
our tremendous conflicts, anil our
dlcudfill tribulations which we have
hitherto homo, but havo no longer
stiength Ir) endure."
Rev. Wm. M. Kliicald made a brief
address. Ilu wished to extend to th -knights
present a hearty welcome to
Central j'nlon Church. Ho considered
It eminently proper that the Knights
Templar should observe with rever
ence the great event In Christ's Ilfe
the resurrect Ion which Kaster Sun
(lav typifies. Joans was the one
knight without reproach, whoso
stienuth-was as the strength of ten,
beeiuse his heart was pme.
Mr. Klucalil said he was not a
knight hut he knew that none could
li.i true III IiIm rnu', u'illimit liiilm.
1 11 tli I I In nil his relations to home
lire, ami he must he n good neighbor
and brother 11 lul cltl.en ami a true
patriot. Hut. aliote all, a giHitl llui-
COL SPALDING'S Hull
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of the Dental Chair
TEETH EXTRACTED AND FILLED
ABSOLUTELY WITHOUT PAIN by
our lato scientific method applied to the
gums. No sleep-producing agents or
These aro tho only dental parlors In
Honolulu having PATENTED APPLI
ANCES and Ingredients to extract, fill
and apply gold crowns and porcelain
crowns undectecable from natural teeth
and warranted for ten years, WITH
OUT THE LEAST PAIN. All work
done by GRADUATED DENTISTS of
from 12 to 20 years' experience, ani
each department In charge of a Special
1st. Glvo us a call, and you will find
us to do exactly as we advertise. We
will tell you In advam-o exactly what
your work will cost ay a FREE EX
AMINATION. Het Teeth SB.00
Gold Crowns $6.00
Gold Filling $1.00
Silver Pllllndn 50e
Our name alono will be a guaranUi
that your work will be of the best
Now York Dental Parlors,
Room 4, Elite Dulldlng, Hotel Street
LADIES IN ATTENDANCH
Hours, 8 a. m. to G p. a.
Sundays. 9 a. m. to 12 u..
816 Fort Street,
Honolulu, T. H.
Victor Safo & Lock Co.
Ideal Ready Mixed
Improved Btono Filters.
And the Steel Aermotor.
J. H. FISHER
Stock and Bond Broken
FIRE ASSOCIATION, of Phllndefphlt,
WE8TERN ASSURANCE CO, of To
ronto. Office Stangenwatd Rldg., M
chant Street. Tel. Main 363.
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANQE
Honolulu. March )i, tyi2
NA.vr or SToi k frfjpiS?. im (Atl
Ct Rrtwtr tk Cotrptny
L.B. Krr ft Co., LtJ
fwi PlinfAtlon Co
Hiwalltn Com.At Su Co
Hawaiian Sugar Co ..
Honomu Sugar Co , .
Honokaa Sugar Co .
Haiku Sugar Co
Kahuku I'lantailirt Co
Klhtt Plant CO..U4, .
Kltahulu Sugar Co ....
Koloa Sugar Co . ...
0bu Sugar Co., .
Otomta Sui.arCo. ., .
Ookala Sugar Plan. Co i
Olaa Su. Co.. LtJ.. at I
OlaaSu Co l.il riup t
Piauhau Su Plan t.n
Pa elf). Sugar Mill
Pala Plant in Co '
Pfpfkeo Sl ir Co ..
Pioneer Mill Co i
PlonrtrMUt Co Aw
Walatua Agn Co i
Walmca Mill Co ....
Intf r-Mani Slf am N Co
Hawaiian L Ik trie Co
Hon. RarlJ T. & L Co
Mutual TflrPhnne Cn
Oahu HvJbl r.n
reopie ice a k I g Co
Plrtl National Hank ..
Hawaiian Oov i per rent
Hilo N K Co. A percent .
Hon llapli Transit .
Ewa Mant.it n A er env .
Oahu U St L Co per c l.
Oahu Plantation bp c .'
Olaa Plantation o p. c '.
Walalua Agrkul. 6f c .
too . ...J
Dividends- r. Ilrewer & Co.. 1 per
cent: Hwn. 1 per rent, Knhuku, 1 per
'"ill . Ouliu. IS per cent; Walmnnalo.
per cent. Olowalu. 1-2 per cent.
News was brought ly the steamer
. . (1 Hall yesterday of very heavy
rains accompanied liy considerable
damage on the Island of Kauai. For
the entire last week the (lartlcn Isle
hns lieen subjected to a drenching
that It has rarely felt before.
f'.rove Farm has had eighteen Inches
of rain during March, more than It has
had In one month since it commenced
keeping n recortl of tho rainfall eight
een years ago.
STOCK AND BOND BROKER.
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE.
Orders for the purchase or sale ol
stocks and bonds carefuly nnd prompt
ly executed. Loans negotiated
Office Room 401, 4th floor. SUnoen-
wald Dldg. Postoffice box 390; Tele
phone Main 331.
Halstead & Co., Ltd
.MONEY ADVANCnD ON 8UGAR
921 Fort Street
TEL. MAIN 133.
8T. CLUM1INT8 PH08PUKITY
It was four years ago on F.aster
Sumltiy that the little Episcopal chap,
el of &t. Clement's Chapel wits openc I
at Pimaliuu. Since that time tlie at
tendance and membership of the pluce
of worship liuh wonilerlully lilt-reused
under the active unu much-appreciated
work of Itev. John L'sboine. At the
services on the morning or Kaster Sun
day the chapel was taxed to Its utmost
to acrtimnioilato the large number of
people present. The furnishings
nbuut 111- nltnr hud been uddinl to and
permanent decorations made. Tit"
music was u feature, the solos being
by HrH. L. tie L. Wind, the Misses Kit
lumanu anil Lucy Ward, and Messrs.
Finest Ross nnd (Icorge Smithies. Ho
ly Communion was celebrated.
CURTAIN WEEK AT
Weekly edition of the Bulletin 1 a
Pasengers nirMng from Kauai in
the steamer W. f). Hull yehtcrdiiy say
that Colonel .. S. Spaldlng'B beach '
house, formerly situated nbout three
miles from the Kiieallu mill on the
roail to Kllauea, has been washed away
by the heavy freshets which have pre
vailed on the Uarden Isie for the luet ,
No one whs in the lioun- at the time.
Hi-Miles tbe house a considerable
amount of ruilroiul Iron. Intended for
the construction of a track, was lost.
File til six miles of mail near Ana
linla hae been mideied useless by tho
I lontinueil heavy i.tlus A Iioiikii be-
IoiikIiik lo a .lapunese al Keallit was
also washed away. No lives were lost.
The .bridge at Anahol.t was curried
to tho siu last Thursday night A
cloudburst at Wutmen lloodetl the
whule t alley on the same day.
E. W. Jordan's
NO. 10 8T0RII
300 PAIRS CURTAINS
from 50 cents a pair up,
The bent collection In the city nnd much
lower tlinn ununl prlccH lot
ONE NVEEK ONLY.
Goiiimeiiciiio' Moo, 17th