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TIip "COLUMBIA" of today has
reached a stnle or perfection unequal
ed In nuy other bicycle, and Its popu
larity la rvi-r increasing.
Light running uphill or on the lcel,
mslilon iriuno. rholcc of tires, saddle,
pedals, i ti Price
I.arge slock now on hand and wo
pell tin-in Tor rash or on Installments.
E. O. HALL & SON, Ltd;
EHLER8' ISLOCK, PORT 8TREUT.
In spite of unusually heavy rains all
along the line of the Oahu Hallway
and Land Company during the last few
days and orie or two setbacks :n '.he
running of trains yesterday, the regu
lar passenger train from Unhuku, the
end of the line, arrived at the Hono
lulu dcHl cm Hihcdiile time this morn
ing, and trains and rolling sti)k nro
now moving without n hitch.
Last evening about 0 n cluck the
track nt Sisal was covered with water
and the haggnpr ear of Irnlu No. 12
fiom Knhukii was off the traek.
A heavy rain and hailstorm was rag-
!" I"" nl 8'8I,' la,', ,'v-'n,R
A train was dispatched to the water
surrounded train near Sisal to brhig
the passengers to Honolulu. It was
9:30 o'clock at night when this relief
train arrived in town. The pa'iigcrs
were wet and hungry and hastened in
No. 12 trnln was scheduled to reach
Honolulu about ft o'clock. It got as
far as the switch near Sisal when II
encountered the water, and the bag
gage car left the track. Trnln No. !).
whlen left Honolulu at .1:15 for Knhu
liit. passed No. 11 at the switch.
No. 12 was In a disagreeable predica
ment, as there was no Immediate
means of telephonic communication,
the nearest telephone being at Kwa
The locomotive was finally detached
from the train and run to Kwa mill
through the water. .lacks were there
secured and Superintendent Dennison
The Superintendent ordereiflhe 5:10
train to run on Leyond Pearl City, take
t..o passengers from No. 12 and bring
them to tho ell 7.
The report of the hailstorm was iiot
a bit exaggerated, the hailstones being
as large as a man's thumb-nail.
The weekly edition of the Evening
Bulletin it the largest and best pub-1
tlclied In the Territory. Sixteen and i
twenty pages. $1 a year. I
Wo know you will enjoy -these
wines. They are the very
choicest, aro pure and of tho X
vlntago of 1895. Some of tho
varieties are: 1
We want your order.
Gomes & McTighef
X Telephone Main 140. X
Beaver Lunch Rooms
Port 8t., bet. Queen anil Merchant
Breakfast. Lunch and Dinner
Everything first-class. Complete llni
Key West and Domestic Cigars alwayt
H. J. HOLTE, FiopiMoi.
Seattle and Tacoma
S. S. CALIFORNIAN, 6000 tons to sail
For further particulars apply
II, HACKFELD & CO,, Agents.
C. P. MORSE, General Freight Agent
Everything New, Good Table, Nice
Bedrooms, Sample Room for Commer
cial Travelers. Opposite Landing, flno
view, cool nnd comfortable. Terms
G. FREELAND, -
Receiver ScoU Very Non- Commital On
What He Intmds to Do Some
Stockholders Are in Actual
IMIIor livening llullctfn: Our dis
appointment was great when the Man
ila l.o.i nrrlu-d with no money for the
Koua plantation. The Japanese had
been lonipelled to seek employment,
and ijulte a number have left tho dis
trict. It la now doubtful If there are
men enough on tho plantation to har
vest the crop expeditiously.
Mr. Scott, to whom all looked as the
Ravlor of the place, was as non-committal
as a sphinx when he landed. It
became current on Thursday that an
application was to be made to Judgo
Kdlngs on Friday morning for the ap
pointment of a brand new receiver, nnd
It was understood that S. M. Damon
had been ottered the honor, anil had
declined. Speculation was rife as to
whom the receiver would he. Some
said a llnanclpr with plenty of money
had at last been found. There were
doubting oues. however, who said that
Mr. Scott would be appointed, and
this came true, as he was nppolnted
without objection under a bond for
$r.0,O0U, which had not been furnished
up to the sailing of the steamer Klnuu.
This move Is, of course, to enable the
crop to be harvested, hut many people
believe It Is hut delaying the evil day.
In case the crop Is taken off. tho
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ious way win ro io me payment in i":wre and son
unsectircii creditors, ami uio siock
holdcrs will thereby ho all right. To
the thinking man. this Is not null'
clear. The crop Is conservatively esti
mated nt 3000 tons, nhlch will net. to
the plantation. $.".0 per ton In Honolu
lu, or $150,000. The expense of harvest
ing will he high, on account of the de
tached fields. Then there nro lien
clnlmants to a large amount, nnd back
itnts. Then there Is the dllllculty ot
getting labor to hanest the crop,, even
If such n thing were now possible. In
nil probability It will not be possible to
get Inbor to harvest this crop unless
snmo portion of tho amount due the
laborers Is raid.
Where, then, would there bo any
thing for th ('creditors? What about
the trustee for the bondholders? Is he
going to see tho plantation dismantled
in this way? It will be seen that no
provision has been made In tho fore
going for the expense of carrying on
the plantation, and preparing for the
next crop. When the present crop is
off. what Is there left for the bond
Who Is responsible for this terrible
mismanagement? It is the same story.
The poor people suffer. There Is but
ono man In particular here In Kona
who Is advanced In years, who has put
In thrco years of hard work, to And
himself without food, even for himself
and family. It Is believed that his Is
nut the only case. There nre many
persons here who thought that a sale
by the receiver was the only solution of
the dllllculty. Tueru would have been
n great loss to the unsecured creditors
and stockholders, to bo sure, hut the
plantation would undoubtedly. In that
case, have been bought In by the bond
holders, who would he In a position to
reorganize It. In so doing they would,
In nil probability, protect all pnrttes
as far as In their power lay. Some
thing, in all probability, would havo
been saved, and best of all for us In
Kona, tho enterprise would be per
petuated. There aro persons, however,
who are uncharitable, enough to hint
that the large landholders have squeez
ed the plantation for exorbitant rents;
that tfie plantation could get along
without tho J. I), Paris lease; that to
tho system of planting under contract
Is due, in a large measure, the disas
trous condition, and think that a re
ceiver's sale would have wiped out all
of these ohjtctlonaMo features. In
that caso the leeches which nro suck
ing tho life blood from this plantation
In whatever shape they exist, could bo
mndo to loose their hold, and tho plan
tation, without them, would llourlsli,
to the lasting benefit of this district.
North Kona, Mar. 29, 1902.
KINAU'8 HAILING TIME.
Wllder's steamer Klnau, Captain
Freeman, sails for Illlo nnd way porta
at 4 o clock tomorrow afternoon In
stead of 12 o'clock noon, her regular
tlmo. Thn change In time Is caused
l-y tho steamer having to wait for a
number of Japanesu laborers to pass
SniP'PINQ " INTELLIGENCE
Weather Bureau, I'unahou, March
31. Temperature Morning minimum,
01; Midday maximum, 78.
Tlarometer at 9 u, ni. 20.83, Slightly
I)cw Point C7F.
Humidity nt 9 a. m. 92 per cent.
Total ranfall for month, 11.67
Diamond Head Signal Station, March
31. Weather luuy; wind tight NE.
Sunday, March 30.
Str. Klnnu, Frtemnn, from Hllo and
3tr. Claudluc, Parker, from Maul
Sir. W. (1. Hall. Thompson, fiom
Sunday. March 30.
U. S. A. T. Meade, for (luam nnd Mi
Am. selir. Mary K. Foster, Thomp
son, for Snn. Francisco.
TO SAIL TODAY.
Slmr. Ke An Hon, Mosher, for Kl
lauea: at p. in.
Stmr. .lames Makee, Tullett, for Kn
pan; at I p. m,
Stmr. I.ehua. Nnpala, for Moloknl
ports; at 5 p. ro.
Stmr. Nllhau, Thompson, for Koloa,
Kleele and Hanapcpc; nt 4 p. m.
Stmr. W. O. Ilnll, Thompson, for Ko
loa. Nawlllwlll, Kleele and Hnnapcpu;
at 5 p. m.
Stmr. Klnau, Freeman, for Hllo nnd I
wny poits; nt 4 p. in. I
Stmr. Claudlne, Parker, for Maul
ports, nt 5 p. in. j
From Hllo and way ports, per str.
Klnau. March 30 Mrs. Kmery. Dr. J. i
N. Colley. Mis. W. II. Hnyselden nnd
chtlil. Mlsi II. (1. Hufcutt. Miss M. V.
derrick. V. 11. Colt nnd wife. Miss L.
Fay. Miss M. L. Woodruff. E. A. Illge
low. .Mrs. E. l..'(llddlngs, A. M. Scott.
F. F. Crowson. 11. J. Craft, Mnrston
Campbell, J. Storey, D. Jolu.son, O. W.
Baldwin. E. A. Irish, M. M. IIubIi, It. E.
Wooley, K. Panhiio, John (fribble. Geo.
I). Lay ton. Miss II. Class, Miss J.
(llass, W. II. Hunt, 0. Ooodshell. C. A.
Macoon, Geo. WlUon, Chas. Teaff, A.
A. llrnymer, Dr, E. L. Hutchinson, T. i
Tobrlner. Miss II, S, Lewis, Mrs. J. T
Lewis, Miss II. llrlcrly, A. Haneberg,
Hev. Keklpl, August Scrrao and son,
A. II. Clark Jr., James Moore, C
Wrathall, Mrs. S. J. Steele and two
children. Master M. Monsarrat, John
H. Wise, L. Achcw, W. II. Crawford,
Miss N. Kitchen, Mrs. D. A. Bender,
Miss 10. M. Bender. A. P. Musser. and 82
deck passengers., I
From Maul ports, per str. Claudlne, J
March 30-D. A. Fox, H. P. Baldwin,
II. C. Ovenden, David I-awience, John
llasmussen, Itobt, Plunkett, J. Deve
leaux, II. A. Wldemann, Key. J. W.
Jona, Hcv. C. W. Kinney, W. Hunter,
It. B. Church. J. H. Nlshwitz. Mrs. T.
Mellm nnd son, J. W. Kelkl and wife.
Akwal, Hev. J. A. Kekoa. Hev. C. C.
Smith, J. J. Druuimond, L. A. C. Pa
rish and 43 deck,
tor Hllo nnd way ports, per stmr.
(Kinau, sniiinK tomorrow nt 4 p. m.
j. K Uatn for 1U(J
A. O. Serrao,
Hllo; A. It. I.obc,nstcln.
Hllo; N. C. Wllfong. Hllo; O. it.
James, Volcano; A. J. Lyon, Hllo; It.
F. Iiiige. Hllo; I.. T. Kenake. Hllo;
It. W. Madden. Hllo; Hubert Hind.
i.iahukonn; J. D. It yon. Hllo and re
turn: Mrs. J. M. Mind. MnHitkona;
Miss Cbamplln, Volcano; Miss Patten,
Volcano; II. . Smith. Volcano; J.
II. Champlln. Volcano; II. E. Cooper
and son. Hllo; V. I,. Wight, Illlo; I
II. McStocker. wife and eon, Hllo; A.
Frank and wife, Volcano; W. II. Lay
kon and wife.
For Maul ports, per btrnr. Claudlne,
sailing tomorrow nt 5 p. in. H. P.
Baldwin, Kabulul: W. N. Alexander.
Kahulnl; II. C. Ovenden, liana; S.
N. Palmer, Kahulnl; J. M. Coulson,
Kahulul; Mrs. Allen, Kahulnl; Mrs.
Layson, Kahulul; n. T. Iloblnsno,
wife and child, Kahulul.
GOING TO TUB COABT.
The following Intending passengers
engaged staterooms In the Oceanic
steamship Alameda, scheduled to sail
for San Francisco on Wednesday,
Aprlith 9th: Miss DOyly, J. W. Hos
tuer and wife, Mrs. Ilenden, Miss Den-
den, Mrs, T. Cole, Miss J. Kauffman,
Prof. Averdam and wlfo, children nnd
governess; Dr. Cnlty, Mrs. W. II.
Hayselden and child, Miss (!, Clark,
Mr. and Mrs. Douglas, It. Winkleman.
A. Frnnk and wife, Mrs. C. a, Ivos
end children. Miss A. K. Anderson,
Mrs. II. Edwell, Mrs. II. C. Ellis, Miss
C. Hasklns, Miss S. Livingston, W.
C. Gregg, Col. 7. S. Spalding. Arthur
Ilozlo, C. II. llrown, ;. Hussell James,
F. W. Arnst, W. M. Alexander, C.
I). Haven, K. II. Hart, E. L. Strykcr,
Young Kin, II. M. Lovy. '1'. II. Wil
cox, Mrs. w. II. Mays, Mr. Fountain,
Mr. Wortham, J. D. Hyun, James Du
bois. Design jour own ledgers, caBh
books, etc. If you pro undecided, we
will help you. That Is In our line and
the PRICE IS RIQIIT, at the -EVEN-
NEW . TO-DAY
NOTICE OF CO-PARTNERSHIP.
Notice Is hereby given that the un
dersigned on the 11th day of March,
1902, formed a cn-partnorshlp for tho
purposo of carrying on tho business of
"Hulldcro and Contractors" nt Hono
lulu, Island of Oahu, Territory of Ha
waii, undor tho firm name or stylo of
"Knight & Jordan."
FREDERICK W. KNIGHT,
FRANK II. JORDAN.
Honolulu, March 2'Jtti. 1902.
PAIN-KILLER, bo Justly celebrated
was Introduced to tho public about bIx-
ty years ago. and now enjoys a popu
lnrlty unequalled by nny other moll
clno. For tho euro of dysentery, cholera
morbus, rheumatism, coughs nnd colds.
scnlds, iirns. etc.. It Is without xn
equal. Sold by all ilurgglsts. Avoid
lubstitiites, there 1b but ono Paln-KIU
er, Porry Davis'. Price 25c. and EOc.
We are now Offering for
Sale a Lot of
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For Wont Column Ste Page Six
FOUND Hunch of keys, on Alnkra
St., Sunday night. Owner can havo
same by proving property nnd pay'
lug for notice at this office. 2109-lt
Tomorrow the great event in the An
glican Church, the formal transfer of
tho Ulshopilc. will take place. At
1U:30 thn morning prayer service will
begin, during which the ceremony of
the transfer of the Illshoprlc front
Illsliop Willis to Illshop Nichols will
The ceremony will Include the pass
ing of the necessary papers nnd other
llko formalities. Alter, tho Bervlc"
there will be a celebration of the Holy
Representative Ketcham of New
York Is deaf. He Is not, however, al
ways as deaf as he seems to be.
Yesterday one of his constituents,
who was stranded In Washington,
bought Mr. Ketcham at the Capitol, to
negotiate a loan. When Mr, Ketcham
appeared, the would-be borrower con
ducted him to a corner of the lobby.
'Ixnd me $5," be said, with nil
mouth close to Mr. Ketcham's ear.
"Eh?" said Mr. Ketcham, as If he
had not heard a word,
"Lend me ten," shouted the consti
tuent "You said five Just a little while.
ago," said Ketcham, waking up.
BARK TOPGALLANT SOLD.
The old hark Topgallant, which hns
graced Rotten Row at tho Ewa end r,f
harbor fur many nioonB, was sold
to tho Walker Brothers this afternoon,
'the Walkers expect to uso her as a
storehouse and boat-building estab
1 1 aliment.
Tho largest sum ever paid for a pro
scription, changed hands In Sun
Francisco, August 30, 1901. The trans
fer Involved In coin and stock J112.
fiOO and was paid by a party of buil
ncBS men for a specific for Brlght's
Dlscaso and Diabetes, hitherto Incur
They commenced the serious Investi
gation of tho specific November 15,
1900. Thoy lntorvlowed scores of tho
cured nnd tried it out on Its merits by
putting over threo dozen cases on tho
treatment and watching them. They
nlso got physicians to namn chronic
Incurable cases, nnd administered It
with tho physicians as Judges. Up to
August 25, 87 per cent of tho test casni
were either well or progressing favor
ably. Tlieio being but 13 per cent of fail
ures, tho parties wcro satisfied and
closed tho transaction. Tho procepd
Ings of tho investigating commlttea
nnd tho clinical reports of tho tojt
cases woro published and will bo mull
ou froo on application to
Mrs, L. S. MESICK
30 S. School street, Honolulu, who baa
secured tho general agency for tho
Hawaiian Islands, from tho John J.
Fulton .Co., 420 Montgomery St., San
Francisco. Gal. J
Island dealers will bo supplied from
WASHABLE SEPARATE 8HIRT8
any skirt In tho house values up
to $3.00 GO'
A broken lot or LADIES VEST8
YOUR PICK OF ANY BELT In the
2u0 bolts WIDE FANCY RIBBONS
choice 25c. yard
SILK FINISHED CROCHET COT
TON 3c. hall
40 pieces DIMITIES at 3c. yard
About 100 CORSETS quality high
makes fnmous sizes broken prie
i . . . . 25c. each
TABLE DAMASK........ .'.23c. yard
In different colors 25c. pilr
MEN'S SUSPENDERS i 5c. pair
GENUINE MEXICAN HATS ours by
chance Vnlnes up to J3.00 all
Odd lots of LADIES' nnd CHILD.
REN'S STOCKINGS 5c. pair
CRASH TOWELING 5c. y.rd
8HELL HAIR PINS.... 3 doz. for Gc.
DRESSING COMBS, a basketful at..
', 5c, each
CURTAIN SCRIM 10c. yard
A mixed lot of PURSES 6c. each.
Another lot of BELTS Gc. each
LADIES' LINEN COLLARS Nearly
nil sizes Be, c
All the Year Round VV&!
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nnom rriii vrvai arifftia a
iti Merrill Trial ('allrr I lonil
ROSES SI. 00
profuwljr tblv yr. nd continue
iiiiorrni luii. no in mmm
nrn ntoitl pmnu n their
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Mtnrlrtk m4 trtntn hi h iwt fu j
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A. A. MONTANO announces the
"SPRING OPENING" of the LATEST
MILLINERY. Now and exquisite da-
signs In hats and bonnets.
' A fine new stock of ladles', Misses'
on(1 infants' Muslin Underwear now on
"A. A. MONTANO
i Millinery and Dressmaking House,
.Hotel St. near Fort.
; French Laundry
505, Corner of Heretanla Ave. and Pun
! bowl St.
All Work Done Dy Hand,
Curtain?, Lace Silk and Glove Cleaning a
ABADIE & CO.
Geo. W. Page.
F. W. Beardilee.
T. O. Box 771
Architects nnd Builders.
Offices, Elite building, Honolulu, T. H.
I Sketches and Correct Estimate fu
J ntthed on Bhort Notice.
I DECKER, FEHNANDES & GO.
Real Estate Agents.
We also make a specialty of enlarging
'Office, cor. South and King Streets.
;P. O. B)x 321; 'Phone 262 Main.
DR, WM, 6. ROGERS,
SURGEON AND SPECIALIST.
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Exclusive'
REMOVED to new office, 114C Ala
ken Street, opp, Hawaiian Hotel.
Hours, 9 to 12, 3 to 5:30, 7 to 8; Sui,
days, 9 to i.
Dr. Archibald N. Sinclair.
Offices Rooms 208-209 BoBton build
ing. Fort Street.
Telephones Office, Main 385; Ret
ldence. White 28G1.
I Hours 11 a, rn. to 1 p. m.; 3 to 5
p. m.; 7 to 8 p.m.; Sundays, 12 to 2 p.m.
P. O. Box 801.
Tel. Main 193.
Jobbing promptly attended to.
OF ALL. KINDS.
Dealers in Lumber and Coal.
Allen 2fc Robinson,
queen Street, Honolulu.
H. P. BERTEL,A1AINS
16 - MO VII D
To rear ot old stand. Entrance 01
King street Orders left at either skoi
or office at John Nott's store, Klai
street, will receive prompt attent'nn
Telophone tho RVENINO. BULLB.
TIN, Main 256, If you have books to be
made, printing to bo done, etc., etc,
and wo will call, Wo have men that
know their bUBlnes (or that purposo.
J AS. F. ,
65 Queen St.
THIS SPACE RESERVED
65 Queen St