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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU. H. T.. miDAT, APRIL 4, 1902.
Lace Curtain Sale ! !
Beginning Monday Morning, March 31st
VALUES - NOT CONSIDERED
The Reason, OVERSTOCKED, and More on the Way
An event thai should be taken advantage of by every housekeep
er In Honolulu and an otter that for llborallty Is almost unprecedent
ed. 8ALE LASTS ONLY ONE WEEK. Then tho opportunity will
be gone. You will And tho goods and prices exactly as advertised,
(or wo never misrepresent a sale under any circumstances.
Nottingham Lace Curtains
Lot 1 3 yds. long, 40 Inches wide, at 85c pair
Lot 2 3 1-2 yds. long, 54 Inches wide, at 95c pair
Lot 3 3 1-2 yds. long, 64 Inches wide, at $1.15 pair
Lot 4 3 1-2 yds. long, 48 Inches wide, at $1.35 pair
Lot 5 3 1-2 yds. long, 62 Inches wide, at $1.65 pair
Lot 63 1-2 yds. long, 54 '.ncFes wide, at $1.95 pair
Lot 7 3 1-2 yds. long, 54 Inches wide, at $2.95 pair asst. patterns
Lot 8 3 1-2 yds. 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 z 04 Inches
in whlto and cream; Blze 4 yards by
DC Inches. Regular price $6.75; this
Tambo Net Lace Curtains'
ery small lot of extra flno quality and
Lot 1 Sizes 3 1-2 yards x 63; regu
lar price $9.50; Sate Price $6.80 pr.
Lot 2. Sizes 4 yards x 63; regular
price $12.50; Sale Price $9.45 pr.
A small assortment of Ecru Nottlng
hams, all at reduced prices.
N. S. SACHS' DRY GOODS CO., Ltd.
WHY THROW $40 AWAY
by paying $100 for a typewriter when you can get an up-to-date
strictly high grado machine
The Wellington Visible Writer
for $60. This machine Is a revolution In typewriters. One ot
many endorsements given tho Wellington Typewriter Is as follows
"Wo make tho statement positively
that they are absolutely the best, ex
celling all others In simplicity, dura
" blllty and accuracy. We are using 76
ot them In our Philadelphia and New
York stores. They have our unquali
'(Signed) JOHN WANAIIAKER."
We have just received a shipment ot these typewriters and
will be pleased to glvo full particulars regarding same.
Theo. H. Davies & Co., Ltd.
PER S, S. "ALAMEDA"
New Line Golf Shirts
very lutcut In tho market.
SILK AND GRAPE SHIRTS, PONGEE
SILK FOR SUITS, directfrom the Orient.
BIG LINE OF KIMONAS, -
Robinson Block, Hotel Street.
S. SHIMAMOTO "
General Merchandise, Di-y Goods, Groceries.
Japanese Provisions, etc
MAGOON BLOCK, MEROHAKT UTREET.
E3 . 0- IB02C 886 ZLvEsLln. 21ft
P O. DOS JI.
-XWXJSTGc 7VO C2JEJU&JST
THE OLDEST CHi. SE FIRM IN HONOLULU,
Ouxit IiFIm Silks tot Gi.ii Llmm. Cblom inl Jiptoiit (3oo4i ol All Klcli.
t i-if Nouiou ttrilt
The Dilemma of
Despite tho fact that one of them
was an Actor and tho other a Sporting
Journalist, tho Sentimentalists ucro
wonderfully persistent In their senti
mentality. I3y way of encouraging one another
In nn aspect ot life that they knew to
bo fast losing Its place amongst mate
rial Londoners, tho Sentimentalists
shared chambers In the Temple.
Alt in good time, the Actor and the
Sporting Journalist fell In love. Tho
Actor was the first to fall. Her n.ima
n as Marjorlo Allendale, and she had
Becured, mainly on account of ber
tileo appearance, a one lino part In tho
now poetic drama nt tho Hoal Colo
nlal Theatre, In which tho Actor was
playing tnc Juvenile lead. Her joun
ger sister, Joan, was also engaged for
tho poetic drama, but, being an Inch
shorter than Marjorle, she had to be
content with a walk on and nn under
Uoth of tho girls were new to Lon
don, nnd nothing was known of their
private histories In dramatic circles.
When the Sporting Journalist camo
In, full of poetic fen or engendered by
writing two columns of dcscrlptho
matter about an International foot-ball
match, the Actnr put tho case before
him In the frankest possible manner.
.My heart," ho Bald, standing In
front of tho open window and gazing
down Into tho dark, wet court, "Is
rent In twain, and tne two parts hao
gone to different owners."
The Journalist, who was looking for
his slippers under the sofa, knelt up,
'.Marjorle,' said tho Actor. "Is tho
more soulful. Joan, on tho other
the urgent request of tho girls, all four
went to tho Cotent Garden ball, nnd
tho Journalist, wlillo dancing with
Joan, became, so enthusiastic that his
glasses fell off and wero trodden on.
so that he had to be led about for thu
remainder of tho evening. Hut still. In
splto of many faorable opportunities,
neither of tho men ventured to mako
open love to either of the girls, for
tho very simple reason that when
they were with one they thought thoy
preferred tho other. On one occasion,
the Sporting Journalist, in the ab
sence of tho Actor, mado a desperate
attempt to woo both of them at once.
Tho emotional strain was so exhaust
ing, however, that ho found It abso
lutely Impossible to keep It up for
more than ten minutes. At tho end of
thnt time, ho began to gibber, and the
ladles, growing somewhat alarmed,
took a hurried depiuture.
One night tho Actor camo homo In
a stato as nearly approaching insanity
as was compatible with keeping up his
smart, self-satisfied appearance. He
had, as usual, seen tho girls home, and
would certainly have proposed to one
of them If the other had not been
there. He found the Journalist sitting
on the sofa, holding tho marblo clock
to Ills throbbing forehead.
"Look here," said tho Actor, "wo
can't go on like this."
"Don't spenk to me'" groaned the
"Hcaon knows 1 don't want to!" ro
piled his friend.
"Then why do jou?" snld tho Jour
nalist, hastily putting down tho clock
as It began to strike twelve.
"Ilecnuso wo must settle this mini
hand, Is dinger and " Ho paused ncss one way or the other. Heavens,
for a word. I man, surely jou know which of tho
Fresher." suggested the Snorting
Journalist, feeling his socks to see If
they wero damp. For one whoso duty
It was to mould public opinion In tho
columns of newspapers, ho was not
possessed of a cry striking vocabu
'No, no! said the Actor. "They are
both as sweet as mendow grass In
springtime, llut Joan Is more "
"Saucy," suggested tho Journalist.
"Don't!" groaned tho Actor, nnd ho
threw himself onto tho sofa In a way
that Bhowed an Intimate acquaintance
with drawing-room comedy. "I think."
he added, after a pause. " 'Impression
able is the word I want, although that
tsn t nulto It, cither."
"Hotter ask 'em to ten," Bald tho
"I will," said tho Actor. "Under tho
influence of short-bread and choco
lates, they mny develop traits of char
ncter which will enable me to decide
Tho tea party was qulto a success.
Tho girls, charmingly nrrnjed In fash
ionable winter gowns, ato short brcal
and chatted about their papa nnd
tn Una In 'tho most engaging manner
possible. After tea, tho Journalist
sang a little, and both Marjorlo and
Joan agreed that ho ought to make his
way at onco from ricct street to Co
vent Oarden. So then he offered to
elng again, but tho Actor struck In
hastily and recited a long poem by
Rudyard Kipling. This collaborative:
effort having been duly applauded,
loan played a planoforto solo, and i
ilcllghtful occasion," as tho Journalist
two girls you prefer'
"I think I prefer Marjorle."
"I think I do, too."
"Then I'd better hac Joan."
"No; I shouldn't care to seo Joan
married to you."
"And I want to save her from mar
rying jou," said tho Journalist,
"Why, ou don't mean to sny that
you consider yourself a better-looking
man than I nm?"
"Perhnps not, but I've more brains.
Actors don't have brains, ou sec. At
the same time, please understand, old
man. that all I'm thinking about is
"Then you want Marjorle?"
"Or Joan's happiness. I don't know
which I want. I wish to Heaven I
"You onco told me." said tho Actor,
"that you loved nil women too much
to marry any one of them."
"Yes; but now I've narrowed It
down tn two," moaned tho Journalist.
"You're still safe."
"Yes, at present; but if jou marry
ono of them "
"I menn to marry ono of them," snld
"Oh. how do I know, jou fool?"
"You needn't get Irritable."
"Irritable? I shouldn't wonder if 1
wont mad " said tho Artnr.
"Neither should I," ngrec 1 the Jour
nalist. That same night tho Actor had a
brilliant Men. Ho aroused, tho other
Sentimentalist from nn uneasy slum
ber and suggested to hlm.tliat they
said when writing up his diary tha , sliould write a Joint proposal and lenvo
TWO WEEKS MORE OF BIG SALE
At the storo of Qoo Kim, 111C Nuuanu street. Tho finest of Orient
al silks nnd linens, consisting of dress goods and embroidered handker
chiefs 32 Inches square and table covers 00 and 41 Inches Bquaro. Ladles
and gentlemen's furnishing goods and underwear; duck suits, bath robes;
remnants of grass linen, figured Bilks and other goods.
GOO KIM, 1116 Nuuanu Street
Bulletin Ik per month.
same evening, "was brought to a brll
llant conclusion by thu singing of n
dint by tho Misses Allendale, entitled
"Oh, When Wo Two Woro Hajlng!'"
It Is probable that ho should havo
written "Majlng," Cut tho dear fellow
was n little deaf.
When the girls had said good by and
prattled their way dawniAnlrs, tho Act
or clasped his hands ecstatically be
fore him and demanded the Journal
Ist's opinion of his loves.
Tho Journalist, somewhat helpless
ly, stroked his chin. At last
"Marjorle, ho snld, "Is a peach.
"But Joan," exclaimed the Actor,
throwing out both his hands; "what
of tho Incomparable Joan?"
"Well, I think Joan Is Is nn apri
cot, pronounced the Journalist.
"Do jou think shu is sweeter than
"I don't know. There's not much
difference between the sweetness of
a peach and an apricot, is thero?"
"Oh, confound jour Blmlles! I only
know that I lovo them both lovo them
"So do I,"
"It's qulto true."
"Hut you've only seen; them for
about two hours!"
"I loved them from the first moment
"Well, now I come to think of It,"'
said tho Actor, "so did I."
For tho space of half an hour they
sat and smoked In silence. Then thu
Actor washed and they both went out
Difrlng tho next few weeks, the
quartctto had many meetings. Now It
was a box at tho theatre; then It was
a Uttlo dinner somewhere; once, at
It to tho girls to decide between thorn.
"hoou!" snld tho Journalist, nnd
they got to work nt once. Tho letter
stated, simply, thnt they wero both In
lovo with each of tho ladlts, and beg
god to offer themselves In marrlago to
cither. Then they posted tho note nnd
went to bed again.
The next morning was spent In a
Btato of feverish unrest. Tho Actor
cut lilmseir badly wlillo shaving, nnd
tho Journalist tried for qulto flvo min
utes to forco his right foot Into his
left boot. Just after lunch, a note in
Marjorlo's handwriting, camo by spe
cial messenger. It wns as follows:
"Dear Friends: Joun nnd myself
havo Just received jour flattering of
fers of marriage. Wo both feel deeply
grieved that wo should havo to re
turn your many kindnesses with n re
fusal, but neither of us had tho least
Idea that either of jou had any such
Idea. I'leasu forglvo this muddled way
of putting It, but tho whole affair has
been a muddle. As n matter ot fact,
wo aro both married already. Our
said the Journalist, i nusuanus nro nwny on tour, ono m
Bouiii Ainca anu me oincr in Ausira
lln. Wo did not mention tho fact at
tho theatre because wo thought it
m.ght bo ngalnBt our getting engage
ments For the same reason, wo did
not wear our wedding rings. Please
forglvo us, but really wo had hnd no
Idea, tours always In friendship,
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets.
All druggists refund tho money If It
falls to cure. K. W. Orovo'a signature
Is on each box. 25 runts.
POLICE ALARM SYSTEM
IS IN WORKING ORDER
Patrolman Maitlaod Send For Patrol
Wagon From Box No. 13 Last
Night -- Drunken Sailor
The first call over the now police
alarm sjstem was sent over the wlrri
last night at 9 47 o'clock from box Nn.
13. It was sent In by Mounted Patrol
rannp Maltland who had arrested a
sailor for being drunk and disorderly
on tho streets. Tho box In question ti
located nt the corner of Fort and
Queen streets. Tho call was for the
wagon nnd Clerk Knlaklela found lio
difficulty whatever In deciphering th
message. The first thing he did was tn
touch the button which operates tho
new gong In the patrol wagon quarters
nnd the horses were soon In tholr
High Sheriff Drown snld jesterdny
that as soon as the weather showed
signs of a permanent clearing up he
would put the whole fifty boxes in
operation nnd the police officers, foot
and mounted, will be Instructed to
mako use of them according to police
regulations. There will be no possibil
ity of any officer neglecting his duty as
the men will bo required to turn In
their reports every half hour.
The beats have been arranged as fol
lows for icportlng through the medium
of the boxes:
No. 1. Queen street. Nuuanu to
No. 2. Nuuanu nvenue: King tn
No. 3. Hotel street: Nuuanu to Ala
kca. No. 4. Esplanade: Inter - Island
wharf to Flshmarkct.
No. 5. Fort street: Ucrctanla to
No. C. King street: Kekaullke to
No. 7. Ucrctanla nvenue: Nuuanu to
No. S.King street Depot to Llliha.
No. 9. Knkanko: Queen nnd South
to Ilustncc and Cook.
HEATS MOUNTED PATHOL.
No. 1. King street, Knwulahao
church to Makec island.
No. 3. Punchbow I and Pauoa road to
pumping station, Ueretaula street to
No G. Kapalamn: Depot to Tramwav
On these beats are three men In the
forenoon and afternoon, and at night
three moro beats aro added
No. 2. Walklkl: Pawua to Makco
No. 4 Ucrctanla street, Alapal tn
No. C. Nuuanu avnne: lth cr nnd
Kukul to Tramwajs terminus
Keys for citizens' use will bo left tn
houses nearest to pollco boxes and can
be obtained from tho holders by any
ono needing them These will glvo a
call to the nearest house and n blejtlo
police ofllcer will lespond. The follow
ing cards arc being studied b) the po
struct hoxi:s CALLS.
r. Wagon Hlcjclo Poflte .
F. Wagon (Ileptated) Fist
S. Wagon Slow Wagon.
S. Wngon (Repeated) Re-
"When you are ready, Gridley, you may fire"
Vhsn the Aamiral'a hair waa 1A y J
uaiigsi , us nao prompt, to use
He writep as follows concerning.
It "I havo used COKE DAHDFUFP
CUPE for the past year ar.d found
it, an excellent preparation "
It is guaranteed to cute
Dandruff, Itching Scalp,
Falling Hatr, and to promote a
vigorous, healthy erowth
Imitations are plentiful but ineffectual
the genuinesold everywhere.
Coke Shampoo and Toilet Soap
A delightful toilet soap. Gives the hair and akin tho gloss
and glow of youth and perfect health.
A.K.Bremer Co. Chi
um VAniim 1
Will prove a great convenience In tho sickroom and
whero children requlro a light during tho night. They nro
wonderful llttlo lamps. A slight turn ot tho globe changes
tho light from slxtcon to onecandlo power and lco versa.
In appcaranco they are tho regular Incandescent lamp and
can bo uscfl nnywherc. Wo will supply them at
75 cents each.
TELEPHONE MAIN 390
HAWAIIAN ELECTRIC CO., Ltd
KINQ STREET, NEAR ALAKEA.
All sizes In quarter sawed oak nnd beautifully finished.
Largo Btock 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 done. Elegant lino of furnliuro In nil departments.
PORTER FURNITURE CO., LTD.
Fisher Block, opp. Love Bid., Port Street.
bo ere you get
IHOBRON DRUG COMPANY.
c a c o .
FORT AND KING STREETS.
Ono answer back signal O. K,
Two answer back signals Telephone
Threo answer back signals Repent
Four answer back signals Go to the
nearest box and telephone.
Flvo nnsvvcr buck signals Go to near
est privnto tclcphono nnd talk.
Six answer back slgnuls Report to
1 Hell Driver to receiving station
2 Hells Oiflcer In charge of watch to
receiving station desk,
3 Hells Sounded--- after tho stable
gong denotes fast, wagon.
J Hells Repeated after the stable
gong, denote ambulance,
1 Struko of gong denotes harness
horses nnd await orders
2 Strokes of gong denotes go to Ju
diciary building for prisoners.
5 Hlnsts of flic whistle repeated four
times General alarm,
t'pon the sounding of "General
Alarm," ever) officer on dutj nnd off
dut j will go to the nearest box with
all speed possible, open tho box, take
tho tclcphono and glvo his name, and
number of box, and receive Instruc
So Many People Ao exposed to rain,
cold nnd Btorms, that It la neccss-iry
that they should havo something to
counteract tho effects A mixture of n
tenspoonful of PAIN-KILLKIt In water
sweetened, will stimulato the sjstcm
and ward off any possibility of cold It
has hem used for sixty jenrs all ovc
ho world, and millions test If j to Its
sterling worth Thero Is but ono Paln
Klller, Perry Darts' PrLe ? and 50c,
Misjudged "Ah"' said Mrs Old
('astle who wns being conducted
thiough the magnificent plctuio gallery
of tho now neighbors, "this artist, I see,
belongs to tho Impressionist bihool'
' Oh. no," replied Mrs. Mcatenkird, 'I
seen him when Thomas bought the
palntln'. Ho don't belong to any school
but has a llttlo room all bj himself In
an old bulldln' down near tho river."
C. J. DAY & CO.--GROCERIBS
Needs No Cream
o Needs No Sugar
122 KING STREET
o next to Bulletin Office
PHONE MAIN 119
LEADS THE WORLD
Smith Premier Typewriters
Sold on Installment plan
Special nttcntlon paid to re
pair work of machines ot all
makes by an expert from fac
tory Also supplies for all ma
chines on hand.
G. W. MAGFARLANE. Sole Agent for the Territory of Hawaii
Office at Washington Light Co.
Hawaiian Engineering and Construction Co.
ROOMS 508, 509, 510 STANGENWALD BUILDING.
P. O. BOX 834. TEL. MAIN 7c
All classes ot Engineering Work solicited; Examinations, Surveys and Re
ports mado for any class ot Waterworks Steam and Electric ConstructloiJ
Plans and Specifications and Estimates Prepared, and Construction Superls
tended, In all branches ot Engineering Work; Contracts solicited for IU11
roads, Electrlo and Steam; Tunnels, Bridges, Buildings, Highways, Founda
tions, Piers, Wharves, etc
Special attention given to Examinations, Valuations, and Reports J
Properties for investment purposes.
FREDERICK J. AMWEO, M. AM. Boa O. &,
Engineer and Manager.
W. R. CASTLE JR., Secretary and Treasurer.
MOET & CHANDON'S
WHITE SEAL : - : -
was exclusively used at tho dinner given by President Roosevelt to
Prince Henry following tho christening ot tho Kaiser's new yacht Me
teor. It Is the favorite brand exclusively used by all connoisseurs.
H. HACKFELD & CO., LIMITED
SOLE AGENTS HAWAIIAN TERRITORY.
Motor Carriage and Machine
REPAIR AND BUILD
ALL KINDS OF : :
Safo Work ot All Kinds.
Etc., Etc., Repaired.
UNION STREET, near Hotel.
Phone Blue 721. P. O. box 112.
J. W. SCHOENINQ, Manager.
Waialua Beach Hotel
A, WENNER, Manager,
Now Open for Business. Fin
est of Accommodation. Finest
of Bathing. Be Suro to Get
Off at Waialua Station.
RATES $2.50 per day;
Special Rates by Week or
For further Information ad
llrUhtcr than dwtrKlty.r lirir than krnMen. BOO
t Wo mull iwt An un4rnraih rr iterator Mir trr
tint lamp, vhkh uif much llhl noifftitttt
trriM.nuorilul nuktiuu tuorv nutaw u rotnlicat4
lib. I lie uttrhvtbl In, auil laj-i ulrMMlUlartloa.
4MlalrMloiiiakvtlMlilniUihrliravr A lamp Dial
la limttura vi mlirful !, None Ilk Hon theiitarWI
ArarvcuatMMrferatfciila. RuUigtitla hbltl AiUrrl
STANDARD GAS LAMP CO.,
110-120 Michigan Stroot, Chicago.
Ijirs. t ml oihi iif lti vlilt t ratabllfttivd
muitufiutiirin uf iEutulln !uuii ol nil tfo
crlptlons. Fred. L. Waldron
BROKER AND ,
COMMISSION MERCHANT, t
P. 0. Box 663; TcJ Blue 791; Room
3, SprccLo's Bulldog.
. CvkaJ(. v ,'j..' ti; AIil ia.4 -aW . i $U MpHi A