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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU. H. T., TUESDAY, APRIL J, 1902.
THE CHICAGO $50.00
Mr. Geo. W. Filth, vim Simpson & Miller, San rrancHco. Cat., at) Monlcamirni Si.
f - ..... . r i... . ..I. I k.u ..I .ha r'Mrx.n In fna nfllr wh.ll II IS al WOW II
l.l A. M. to 4. to P. M.. tltlil t7llit td ol Smith's, and the Bar Lock machine and my employer Is aston
shei l tha capacity anj superior quality ot tha work ol the jo machine It wilt hoi J 111 " "'J' nJ
ll thf hlitl-prlced machines, and I congratulate you on the production ol this lltt ,' ,'7"to?.'1
I'ammonJ-Bar lock, and have run a smith lor years, tot I would not eichanr,e Tht Chlc0 lor anyol
Machines told on "little
htm, Then It does not need a drayman to carry It aiound
Examine thli Typewriter at the local agency,
it a time payment!".
WALL, SilCMOLS CO., LTD.
Only n pergonal Inspection can give
you an Idea of the value of theso sets.
They consist of seven pieces of tho
flneit wood beautifully finished, and
ore a bargain. Come and see them.
J. HOPP & COMPANY,
LEADING FURNITURE DEALERS
Corner Klnfi and Bethel Streets
what it means
to the housekeeper
In ordering conned fruits. Jel
lies, Jams, olives, etc., the
housekeeper may fc'el assured
that S. & W. aro the highest
; standard "of excellence In the
Wo guarantee every can of
S, ft W, goods sold, from, our
store, and have, yet to hear of a
dissatisfied customer. When or
dering aslt for the S. & W.
Brand. We recommend It know
ing It will please you and make
H. MAY & GO.
The Popular Grocery.
according toUhe opinions
of physicians and food ex
perts, we havfc all the best
of the many breakfast
foods vow 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.
it it Limited it n
1060 FORT STREET.
240 Two Telephone 240.
A sideboard will bo an acqui
sition to any househ.old; in short
It is almost indispensable now-a-days.
Wo havo n stock of great va
riety In styles and prices and of
tho quality you have long been
LOCAL AND GENERAL
II. W. roster, Jeweler, 158 Hotel St.
Tho Nllhatt gets away for Kauai at
4. p. m. today.
Pure,unfcrmcntcd Juice of the grapo
at Salter's grocery. See ad.
Steamer Claudlno sails for Maul
ports at G o'tlock1 this afternoon.
The Klnnu sails this afternoon at
4 o'clock for llllo anil way ports.
Order crystal Hiring butter from
Metropolitan Meat Co. and have tho
Your nmatcur photographic work
will be well dotie It taken to Honolulu
Photo Supply Oo.
Steamer W, (1. Hall leaves nt G
o'clock this afternoon for Kotoa, Na
wiilwlll, niccle and lfauapcpo.
Tho Bhlp Dlrlgq, Captain Goodwin,
now 05 days out from Hongkong for
tills port, is looked for at any tlmo.
Bourbon Whiskey, 6 years old, 13.60;
Claret, CO cents; Sherry and Tokay, 75
cents a gallon at Hotfschlacgcr Co.'s,
The ndlourncd nnnitnl meeting of
tho Inter-Island Steam Navigation Co.
will bo held April H, 1902. Seo ad. In
News enmo by tho Maun.1 Lon today
that Deputy Sheriff Katon of Kau hail
been superseded by Mr. Martin, the ro
t rntly appointed deputy sheriff.
Frcl-ht steamshln Tamnlco of the
Globo Navigation Company dalls this
evening for Makawcll, IJIeele and Kn
hulul to load sugar for Han t-rancisco.
Charles Elvln. special 'police officer,
wlillo practicing nt the lwllel butts yes
terday nftcrnoon with a revolver, mnde
a scoro of CO, hitting the bullseye ten
times In succession.
Commissioner E, S. Gill concluded
the taking ot ov'Menco In the libel
against the schooner Frank Howe yes
terday afternoon. The testimony goes
up to the Federal Court.
Tenders for water pipe for the La
halna water works were opened at tho
Department of Public Works .ster
day, but the necessary figuring has not
been completed for awarding the con
tract. TJio 1902 Club nnnounccs th'at nil
members desiring to Join the party at
tho Orphcum theater Saturday night
lire requested to send their names to
Mr. Noycs, tho secretary, or to ring nil
11. 7., Austin. All members nro re
quested to be nt the hall Thursday
evening, April 3, nt the usunl hour.
Sidney Jackson appeared in the Po
lice Court this forenoon on tho clinrgo
of larceny in tho second degree, ho
having been licensed by ono of the
Porto Itlcan women ot Iwilei of steal
ing $3 from her. The case couTJ havo
gone on today but there was no Porto
Itlcan interpreter and bo the case went
over until tomorrow.
Judgo Humphreys is moving Into his
now chamber In the Judiciary bulldfng.
It Is la the outer corner ot the former
Foreign OHIco rooms, overlooking tho
Opera House. The First Judge thinks
ba has obtained the finest quarters M
tho building, having threo large win-
rlnu'fl nn.l n frnn.llt. Initrmi tin 1.. h.il.
ng the iilace tastefully furnished.
tDO YOU REALIZE
That In buying a genuine Hand
Welt man's shoe that you get ex
Do You Realize
That unless the HANAN8HOE
was nnd Is all It Is represented,
that It would never havo gained
tho fame it has?
Do You Realize
That you aro wasting your money
and losing lots of comfort buying
shoes that nro claimed to bo Just
as good as tho "HANAN"?
Drop around and try a pair on;
wo don't havo to say a word; tho
shoes sell themselves.
Mclnerny Shoe Store
J. H. FISHER
Stock and Bond Brokus.
FIRE ASSOCIATION, of Philadelphia.
WESTERN A88URANCE CO, of T
Offices Stangenwald fcldfl., M-
chant Street. Tel. Main 363,
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE
llonolulus April I, lou
NAML 01 STOCK
No More Dread
of the Dental Chair
TEETH EXTRACTED AND FILLED
ABSOLUTELY WITHOUT PAIN by
our late scientific method applied to the1
gums. No sleep-producing agents or
,,,. . These are the only dental parlors In
Popular Captain of Ship 8. D.jCarle- Honolulu having patented appli-
Anut.n ana ingreaienis iu ejxir-ci, uu
and apply gold crowns and porcelain
crowns undectecable from natural teeth
and warranted for ten years, WITH
OUT THE LEAST PAIN. Alt work
done by GRADUATED DENTISTS of
from 12 to 20 years experience, ant'
each department In charge ot a Special.
1st. Olvo us a call, and you will find
us to dd exactly aa we advertise. We
will tell you In advance exactly what
your work will cost iy a FREE EXAMINATION.
CAPTAIN AMESBURY j
RELATES AN INCIDENT'
Armed From Tacoma Last
Night Speaking of
C. Brewer & Company.
N.S Sachs DO.Co,La1
L.B. Kerf h Co., 114..
Ewa Plantation Co ....
Hawaiian Sucar Co ....
rtonomu ;ur.ar co ....
Honokaa Sugar Co. . ...
1 -EVB5 BlyS,S 1
There Is Individuality about eye
glasses the same as dreBs. Not every
one can be fitted with the samo clip
and spring. Eye-glasses should bo
made to fit the 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 the
A; N. SANFORD
Boston Building. Fort Street
Over May & Co,
NEW BOOKS !
NEW "BOOK LIST :
"Tho Rights ot Man," .By Dr. Lyman
abtcs for tho Fair," by Josephlno
-Sir Richard Calrnady," by Maleh.
"Stophen Callnarl," by Julian Sturgls.
"French Revolution and Religions"
(Reform), by Sloane.
'"Schley anil Santiago," by (Irnhnm
"Forna Cordyeolf," by Maxim Cocky.
'incso are only seven of tho now
bobks, but we havo seventy times
seven Just as good and as Interesting.
J. Mo WEBB,
Bookseller1 and Stationer.
IIubIiicss was not so fast anil furlong
on the waterfront this morning as to
Interfero with a few Jovial splrltj
springing an April Fool Joke or two.
Uverjboily did not realize that the first
of April had arrived and, consequently,
u few were mndo victims of Innocent
waterfront humor. On the other hand,
some exceptionally smart ones had
arisen from their beds with the resolve
that they would not bo fooled today,
nnd when anybody said nn thing pos
sessing tho slightest poslbillty ot un
truth, they refused to belle vo It nnd,
In many cases, were fooltd anyway.
Tho purser ot ono of the Island
vtenmers found a carefully utldressed
envelope awaiting him on his arrival In
port this morning. It was marked,
"important business." On opening It'
he found n cartoon ot his steamer with
her hatches off, waiting to tako on a
"The bark Sebastian Ilach has Just
been sighted off Koko Head, from
Tchantar Hay," camo the message over
tho telephone to one ot the shipping
firms, Needless to say, tho Sebastian
llach has been lying in- Rotten Row
for many a day.
The same old "gags" that character
ize every first of April were worked
off along the front.
NEW YEAR WELL
By having your photo
taken. My work Is
o! the highest quality
and prices rcnBoniible
J. J. Williams,
Toko elevator In Boston Block.
AN HOUR IN THE MORNING
THE 8AME HOUR EVERY I.ORNINQ
or afternoon, given to dictation, will
keep your correspondence "cleaned
up." Try It a month.
J. D. AVERY, Business Correspondent
Regularity! Certainty Despatch!
Tel. Main 78. 06M8. Elite Bldn,
Sam SmlOi was arrested last evening
on the chargo of assault and battery on
u small boy, Jo-yes Finney by name.
Upon being usked what he had to say
about thii matter, the defendant re
plied that it was his birthday yesterday
and thnt he got cry full it nil did nut
know what hu was doing at tho time he
A pleu of not guilty was entered for
the man and the case went onvtrlal.
The small boy wns placed on the stand
and bo stated that Finney caught hold
ot him wlillo ho was at n Japanese
store In Knkaako, He caught hold of
him by tho wrlrt and was going to
twist his arm off but he succeeded in
getting away and ran as fast as his
legs could carry him to a place of
surety. Smith followed for a short
dlstaneo and then gave up.
It Is a remarkable thing that when
the testimony of the boy had been glv
en, Smith suddenly remembered some
thing and said that he was chasing the
boy because ho had been In the habit
of stealing clothes from the'locallty In
wnicn no resided. Just a moment be
fore. Smith had stated that he remem
bcred nothing whatever of the assault.
A fine ot $10 nnd costs wiu Impotcd
by Judgo Dickey,
i.ast BeoBon saw more visitors nt
Niagara Falls than over before. The
superintendent of tho State rcsurra.
Hon, In n recont report, complains ri
tho laxity shown in tho enforcement
nf law during the season. Thieves' did
n good business all tho summer, hi
After n pleasant nnd uneventful trip
of twenty-one dnys from Tacoma, tho
ship H. I). Cnrteton, Captain Ames
bury, nrrUed In port about 6 o'clock
last evening. Alien it in o'clock yes-
litrdnt' nflcnnnn fl.n Po rnllrtn U'B,
having sumo difficulty In approaching Sc.tiTcet'1 SS'nn
Honolulu. Captain Amcsbury saw 50! YE?.,"." Jinn
Borne signs of having to make port by Go'd F "llnjts.. 8I.OO
coming nil around Oahu His anxiety iBilver 'nR
was relieved, however, by the advent
of a squall from the northwest, and
the Carlcton came around Diamond
Head In good shape.
Captain Amesbury Is one of tho most
popular captains visiting this port and,
when he entered the ship chandler's '
on ()uecn street this morning, he was
warmly wcliomcd by the little Bother
ing of skippers who were dlscusBtng
the news of the waterfront.
The conversation turned to the'
nunrnntlnlng and fumigation of vchboIs ' , Vnrlf HAIlf;)! Parlftrc
nnd jupcclally In regnrd to tho ftiml- "" IUTK JjeilUJl 1311015,
gntlgj) of ships at this port.
it is an contouniicu nonsense, iu
my opinion, siuil tno captain or a i
bark which recently arrived from San
Francisco. "1 fall to see what good Is
rionoby n fumigation of ships here."
You haven t had tnu experience
with quarantine that I have." said Cap
tain Amesbury. "I went Into Now
York nnrn frmn linncknne. Thr-rfl had
been plaguo In Hongkong and of course
wc had to go Into quarantine. '
Well, they anchored us out In the i
bay and brought an lion tank along-1
sldu nt us. Then a quarantine officer
rami! aboard and stood nil my crow Iu
U .. ?..-. i-
Kabnlnl Plantation do
Kltial Plant Co .LU, ...
Klpahnlu Sujar Co ....
KoloaSutarCo . ...
O'hu Sarar Co. .
Olomta .Sugar Co. ....
Ookala Suear Plan. Co
OlaaSu. Co.. LU ail
Olaa Su Co. Lll rw'
Olowalu Company ,
Paautiau Su, (Man Co
Pacific Sucar Mill
I'aia Plamlon Co .
IVpwkeo Si (nf Co ...
Plonw Mill Co. ..
Plonm Mill Co Aiwa
Walalua Agrl Co
Walmia Mill Co
Witi.r Stlmlhln Co .
tnttr-ltlanil Slfam N Co
Him in I- Mirk Co
lion. H.rUT. & L. C.,
Mutual Telephone Co.
Oahu RvSiL. Co....
Peoplo'a Ice t RT Co
First National Bank..,
First AS Bank &T Co
Hawaiian Gov t rer cent
llllo KK Co 6 per cent
Hon Rapid Transit
t"wa Plantat n 6 per cent
uanu kl 1.0. per c ,
Oahu Plantation 6 p c ,
Olaa Plantation p. c.
Walalua Atrlcul. 6 p. e,
Our name alone will be a guarantet
that your work will be of the best.
Room 4, Elite Building, Hotel Street
LADIES IN ATTENDANCE
Hours. 8 a. m. to 6 p. n.
Sundays, 9 a. m. to 12 n..
a line nft, with their clothes loosened '
up, so he could see If any ot them '
"Are you going to examlno the,
ladles that way. too?' snys I. To bo
sure,, there w-orr no ladles aboard, but '
I felt like teasing, you know.
'well, sir, that quarantine qfflcui '
liHikiil Bhcoplsh and was mightily ro '
llowtl when I told him there were no
"Then they put each member of the
crew Into tho vessel nlongslde and
gavu them n steam bath. They put
each mnn in a kind ot box and turned
tho strnm on. The sailors diuVt llku
It a bit and made awful faces.
"Hut I never laughed so much In'hry
liiu as I did when It camo the cook's
turn. The cook was a Chinese and
hadn't taken a bath dnrlng the entire
voyage from Hongkong to New York.
Whether he over washed beforo he
shipped with us Is more than I can
tell you. You wouldn't think so to look
'Tho cook kicked like a Bteer when i
they put him in tho box nnd It took '
two men to get him ready for the
(.team. When they got him fast they
turned on all the steam ho could
stand. Hay! I do believe that China- I
man lost hinenlecn pounds In weight
through thnt hath.
'Wlii'ii they finished steaming the
crew, they started to steam the
clothes, It was u Bight. They chuck ,
ed red and bluo shirts, black trousers
nnd everything together nnd then turn i
cd on 2,0 pounds of steam. When the
clothes were ngaln dlbtrlbuted they
wero nil of one roliir.
"'Aro you going to do my clothes i
thnt wny, too?' says I to tho officer In '
charge of the steam outfit. J
"Certainly. Bays he.
1 handed him a clear at d, while he I
was lighting It. I Bllpped Into my cabin
and dropped a ten dollar gold piece In
the top bureau drawer, where It could
not escape observation. Tho next
moment the officer was In tho cabin to
get my clothes. . I was at bis elbowij
when he opened tho drawer.
"'(radons, there's ten dollars,' says
I; 'yo'u'd -better put that In your pocket
and forget It.'
" 'Owt me a bag of oakum,' says tho
officer. I got him the oakum. In a bag
and he steamed the oakum."
Captain Amesbury has had other ox
perlcnccs with quarantine. Hut that
Is another story.
In Prom New CiiKtle
The Amorlcnn barkentlno Mary Win
kclman, Captain nnttrlssoii, camo Into
port this mm nlng from Newcastle
with coal. Sue liiul i utln r n rough voy
age of fi7 d.is.
816 Fort Street,
Victor Safe & Lock Co.
Ideal Ready Mixed
Improicd Stone Kilters.
And the Steel Aormotor.
f, 000,000 1
so . ...
A monument to Lieut. Francois Oar
nler, who explored Yunnan In lSUtitiS
and In 1 873. has been ereded nt St
Htlennc. Ills diseoerieM nnd bis mur
der on tho Red Rhcr led to the French
expedition to Tonkin nnd the entnli
llshment nf the Flench colonies In
Ono of the London West Ilnd clubs
recently ndvertlsed for a sccretnry.
nnd It had the extraordinary number
01 1200 applicants. Among them wa
one Duke and three or four other
The tides at Kahulul and llllo occur
about an hour earlier ihan nt Honolulu.
STOCK AND BOND BROKER.
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE.
Orders for tho purchaso or sale ol
stocks and bonds carefuly and prompt
ly executed. Loans negotiated
Office Room 4dl, 4th floor, Stangen
wald Bldg. Postofflce box 390; Tele
phone Main 331.
Halstead & Co., Ltd
MONEY ADVANCDD ON SUGAR
921 Fort Street
TEL. MAIN 133.
CURTAIN WEEK AT
NO. 10 8T0RB
Judgo Dickey took the plneo of
Judge Wilcox In tlin I'ollfM Court to
dny. the latter having gono to Mulu
kul with Hum tl of Health physician
yesterday afternoon. Judge W'lkox ,
will bo bnck Thumdny morning.
300 PAIRS CURTAINS
from 50 cents a pair up,
The beat collection In the city and much
lower thnn urinal prlccts lor
ONH WEEK ONLY,
Comiiieiiciiiff M011, 17th