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CyENINQ BULLETIN. HONOLULU. It. T., BATUItDAY, AMUI. C, 1902.
THE CHICAGO $50.00
Mr. Geo. W Fitch, with Simpson & Miller, San rrnclico. Ol.. 4f 1 MontRorwry S(.
Sivi on March 16, 1900, "As I tald I ruv put tht Chicago In Irte office where tt Is at work from
l.io A. M. to 4 jo P. M., rljtnt by the tide of Smith's, and the Bar Lock machines and my emptojer ltcn
lined at the capacity and superior quality of tht work of the Jjo machine It lll hoi J Its own apalnt any
of the hljth-rrlced machines, and 1 congratulate you nn the production of this little beauty. I have ownd 4
Hammondtlar Lock, and haerun a Smith for years, bA I would not exchange The Chicago for tnyit
them. Then It docs not neeJ drayman to carry it around "
Examine this Typewriter at the local agency. Machines sold on "little
at a time payments".
WALL, NICHOLS COM L.TD.
III. "" : f I ISSlft
Only a personal Inspection can glvo
you an Idea of the valuo of theso sets.
They consist of seven pieces of the
finest wood beautifully finished, and
are a bargain. Coma and sea thsm.
J. HOPP & COMPANY,
LEAPING FURNITURE PEALER8
Corner King and Dethcl Streets
what it means
to the housekeeper
In ordering canned fruits. Jel
lies, jams, olives, etc., the
housekeeper may feel assured
that S. & W. aro tho highest
standard of excellence) In tho
Wo guarantee every can of
S. & W. goods sold from our
store and have yet to hear of a
dissatisfied customer. When or
dering ask for tho S. & W.
Brand. We recommend It know
ing it will please you and make
H. MAY & GO,
The Popular Grocery.
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according to the opinions
of physicians and food ex
perts, we have all tho best
of the many breakfast
foods now on the market.
There is one that has be
come tho 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.
ll it Limited ll H
1060 FORT STREET.
240 Two Telephones 240.
Ideals are all right, but facts and fig'
ures are raoro reliable and satisfactory,
It is a fact that our optical work Is
giving entlro tatisfactloi
It'B a fact that we have no com-
plaints, no "kickers", no dissatisfied
Our Ideals of tho optical business
nro high; our prices low; our work
A. N. SARD
Boston Building, Fort Street.
Over May & Co.
i Bedroom Sets
A sideboard will be nn acqui
sition to any household; In short
It Is almost Indispensable now.
Wo have a stock of great va
riety In styles and prices and of
the quality you have long been
NEW BOOKS !
NEW BOOK LIST ;
"The Rights of Man," by Dr. Lyican
ables for the Fat'," by Josephine
"Sir Richard Calmady," by Maleh.
"Stephen Callnnrl." by Julian Sturgle.
"French Revolution and Rellglsns"
(Reform), by Sloane.
"'8chley and Santiago," by Graham
"Forna aordyeeff," by Maxim Gcrky.
'inese aro only seven of the new
books, uut we have seventy times
seven just as good and as Interesting.
J. M. WEBB,
Bookseller find 6tntloncr.
NEW YEAR WELL
By having your photo
token. .My work Is
of the highest quality
and prices reasonable
J. J. Williams,
Take elevator In Boston Block.
AN HOUR IN THE MORNING
THE SAME HOUR EVERY MORNING
or afternoon, given to dictation, wlll
keep your correspondence "cleaned
up." Try tt a month.
J. D. AYERY, Business Correspondent
Regularity! Certainty Despatch!
Tel. Main 76. 95MS. Elite Bldg.
ARRANGEMENTS FOR THIS
. AFTERNOON AND TONIGHT
Republicans and Home Ruler3 at Fish
market Big Rally in
A meeting of the Fourth District
Committer was held in headquarters,
Elite building. last eenlng for the
purpose of bearing the reports of tho
various sub-committee;. The various
chairmen reported progress. The
finance committee had not been nblo
to collect more than $13, although n
canvfas hart nqt yet been made. Sena
tor Crnblio stated that he intended to
start out In fho morning nnrt that he
was sine ho would succeed In securing
tho $500 which, according to the esti
mates of tho various committees,
would bo necessary to enrry on the
-ampnlgn. It Mas reported at the end
of the meeting that members had sue
Tedcd In getting together In the neigh
borhood of $100.
Tiio committee on meetings stated
that it had decided to have a big meet
ing in the flshmarket this afternoon
from 3 to 4 o'clock. Various speakers
would h.lrt tht fort nnd speak t thw
crowds ns they hnpponed along to buy
their Sunday provisions. This meet
ing would reach peoplo Irom all over
the city and Its suburbs,
Tho committee "ins decided on the
following speaKnrs for tho fisfimnrkct
meeting: l'aulo Hokll, W. J. Coclho.
Unoch Johnson, Representative Wil
liam Aylctt, Wm. Olepau, C. lltoart and
Undoubtedly the biggest Republican
'meeting of the whole campaign wlll'bo
th ono In finima Square this evening,
beginning at 7:30 o clock, livery loyal
Republican In urged to turn out and
ihw his tolors.
Tho committee, has arranged for tho
i llowlng speakers and others: Heprc
ttntutlvu A. (!. M. Robertson. J. (i.
Pratt, Lorfin Andrews. S. K. Kn ne,
H prcscntntiVH Wm. Aylctt, Repre
sentative Jonah Kumalae, John Lane,
Enoch Johnson. W. J. Coelho. William
Olepau, l'aulo Hokll, T. McCants Stew
Mt ami J. M. Sims. Mr. Sims is u
Democrat but is out lor Harris, as u
great many members of his party aro
who iiavo absolutely no sympathy with
the action on the pait of n branch tt
the parly of endorsing the Homo ilule
candidate. Mr. Sims nnd other good
Democrats bellcvo in standing for the
individuality of the party.
'aulo Hokll, another of tho speak
ers. Is already very well known to Re
publicans from his active work In tho
Homo Ilulo ranks nnd his finnl convcr
Won to the Republican faith.
Thcro will be music at tho Emma
Sqnaro meeting by tho Hawaiian must
cians who returned In the City of I'o
Jiing this morning. As they have just
rcme from a concert tour, they nro In
Eootl shnpp nnd will glvo somo llvly
(.elections between tho speeches.
Candidate Harris will speak nl tlni
meeting nt tho tlsbmail.et nnd In Km-
There were two wharf meetings at
lioon today which were addressed by
native members of tho Republican
Tho Home Rulers will hold a big
uniting In the flshmarket at 4 o'clock
this afternoon. The best slump speak
ers of tho party will hold forth.
Sam Wlddlflold, Honolulu s gatl.i-it
ton, who enlisted in the United States
D'llltnry service wmu time ngo, ni.s
by valor In the field won tho rank f
uiptaln. In the Congressional Recorl
uf March 20, among confirmations of
tt:my piomotlonB tbero appears, unit -r
the heatl, "To bo captain by brevet,"
'First Lieutenant Samuel W. Wl I. 'I
field. Thlrty-ilxth infantry. Unll.-d
States Volunteers, for dlatlnciilslit-il
gallantry in arum near "Florida Wan
a, Luzon, Philippine Islands. October
!. 1899. to innk from that date."
At the icgulnr annual meeting of the
Orpbcum Co., Ltd.. held y-'btcrduy uf
tcrnonn. It was virtually diclded to
call on the stockholders of the com
pany for an assessment. This will be
finally decided on by the board of di
rectors who will also fix the rate of the
assessment. The election of olllcera
resulted ns follows: Prince David Ka
wananakoa, president; Samuel Parker,
vice president; H. M. von Holt, wcre
tary; J. I-', Colburn, treasurer; J. II,
Fisher, auditor; W, Mclnerny and M.
P. Iloblnron, directors,
T h e Dr. w Alden Elc-fic "Belt1
(with sus- "y pensorv 's eu.iranteeJ
to possess 'Jir all the uratlve proper
ties of the espenslve belts now s.oM by
doctors and utuk&. . It gives a very
trong current of electricity and Is easily
regulated. Bound to superseje others. Can
be had from the undersigned only; no
agents; no discount. Circular free. Address
fierce Electric Co . io6 Post St.. San
Frai.clsco. Sent free to Hawaii for $5.00
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Ilead "Wants" on page C.
II. W. Foster, Jeweler, 108 Hole! St.
The Manoa Dairy has a Jersey bull
for sale. See ad. In New Today.
Three well bred Islaud mules are of
fered for sale. See For Salo column on
page 8. f
I.. C. Abies has been appolntcd'clTm
mlssloner to cxnmlno exhibits of coi
porntlons. A modern house on Llllha street Is
to let. Kent reasonable. Sec under
New Today on page 8.
Gomes. & McTlgbc, tho liquor deal
ers, deliver orders to. any part of the
city free. Tel. Main 110.
Assistant Harbormaster Matx re
signed his position Inst evening. His
successor has not yet been named.
Dourbon Whiskey, 6 years old, $3.50;
Claret, GO cents; Sherry nnd Tokay, 73
cents a gallon at Uolfschlneg'cr Co.'s,
Tho exhibition of paintings,' watt r
colors, etchings, etc., given by Vlckeiy.
Atkins & Torrcy (Inc.), will iluso
Thursday, April 10. Room 11, Meln
Tho steamer Xlihau. arilvlng this
morning, reports the following sugar
on Kiiual: K. S. M., 1300 ;V. K., cot);
. 500 Muk., 2070; O. & It.. 2112.
McU.. 18,000; K. P., 720; K. S. Co., "C0o.
Don't forget Camarlnos of the Call
fornlt Fruit Market when you want
fruit and vegetables. He always has
on hand a fresh supply of both Califor
nia and Island fruits. Telephone Main
Sarah Hakuolc, sister of James Ila
kuolc, the Japanese Interpreter, was
quietly married to W. C. Kamakn at
her home In Kapalama Thuisdny after
noon. Rev. Loiio performed the icie-
Tlio regular meeting of the Ministe
rial Union will bo held Monday, April
7, nt 10 a. m. Thcro will bo n paper
b Key. Hiram Illnghnm. Subject,
"Some Reminiscences of Mission Work
In the Gilbert Islands."
A surprise party to i:. Dcnner was
given him by his friends lust night, tho
event being tho anniversary of his
birth. There were In the neighborhood
of thlrty-flvc people who culled nt the
Uenner home on Manoa Heights. The
evening was spent In playing progres
Miss Jnne Somers, daughter of Hoi.
(3. K. and Mrs. Somors, of Bridgeport,
Conn., was married to William 3. Raw
llns, of Honolulu, nt tho nomVbr tho
bride's parents, on Kast Washington
uvenue, Bridgeport, on Wednesday ev
ening, Mnreh 19. The young coiiplg
will be here In May.
Among tho arrivals In the Klnau
from Illlu and way ports' today were
tho following: C. I.. Wlght.'Mr. nnd
Mrs. C. II. Ramsay, C. V. Sturtcvnnt,
J. S. McCnndless, John Richardson.
..on ,. niu, ,, , it. jijuil, u, 1. lV3
tluo Tl VI. In t li ri.. m tr..
nake. A. Onrtluy, II. C. Rldgway, If.
I.. Williams and A. W. Carter.
Christian Church B. 8. -iluekley,
pastor, icfildence K."0 Beretanta street,
tel. Blue 1001. Preaching nl 11 a. m
on "Pleasing Othcis." ami nt 7-1.1 p
m. on ''The Importance of Self Con
quest." Bible school at B: 4 n. ill
Young people's society nt fi::io p. m
Junior society at 3:30 p m. Tho church
cordially Invites nil to any of these sei
J. A. Mi Johnson, former manager
of the 11. & II. Paper Co., returned In
tho City of Peking this morning, a--coinpnnled
by Mis. Johnson nnd tl.nu
elilld. While on tho Const Mr. John
son succeeded In securing his o'V.i
agencies and will start out hero in
business for himself, llu will handle
everything used by prjnters, bookhlnl
en mid stationers, besides a fow side
A duly acknowledged receipt haH
come, under date of New York City.
March 20. 1902, fioni Kltcl JohanowlU
to !'. A. Schaisrc-r, administrator oi
tho estate of Samuel Johanovvltz, tie
ceased, for $517.51 In full settlement
of tint balance due her ns tho mother
nnd solo heir of the deceased. Tills
Is filetl together with a lecelpt for $1
500 on ncLtiunt, tinted December 11
KIleford'H big company of pluyeis
wil comment c their season al in
Orpbciini t ii i.tu with tli.) i:ies;'K,i
t l. uf t h.li e.s Swan's con.tdy msl i
tlmmn. "A .ii' of Mysteiy." Ti
play l. ttiieti In live acts ami Is .
plele with iiulncurt Inter -at nnd g.m
ulro conietly so skillfully lntorwovm
Hut 1( tnnnot fall to please tho tuo-.t
crlliciil l lay-goer. It deals with a r.uw
and lufit'shlng story and tho Incidents
and climaxes arnuso tho autllcnco to
gient excitement. Tho play will lo
acted b) a brilliant cast and a th r
oughly successful performance) Ih
pmmlseil. "A Man ol Mystery" will
run until Wetlnesdny evening, when
Belnscn's famous play. "Tho Girl 1
Mft Behind Me," will bo given. On
I'rhlny evening Joseph Orlsmer's ver
sion or "Tho Win hi" will hold tho
There will be a family imitlucu Sal
unlay, Match 12th. nt 2 '30 p. in.
Till' nllefortl lirlngs the entile pio
diittlons In regaros to sceniuy, ward
robe, properties and light effetts to
propel ly stage the wot Id-famous plays
ho has In his repertoire.
Prices of 25t, 5oe ami 75c will itilu
during this engagement. '
A MAN'S DOUBLE DECKER
HAS A "LAHAI" EXTEN
SION SOLE - SELLS FOR
WE ARB IT'S
Articles of Incorpoiatlon of the
I'nlon I-nntl Company were filetl ts
teiday wllh Treasurer Wright. The
corporation was foimcd to purchase
from W. C. Aihl the unsold portion of
the Kewulo tract, l)lng on the seaward
ride of King street, the umthwest side
of Sheridan street and In part on both
sitlea of Pllkol street, running nearly
to Julcn street.
The land Is to bo developed by fill
ing the low portlous and dividing It
Into streets nnd lots. Tho charter gives
the right to build nnd operate water
works, nnd to maintain factories, rail
roads, stores, etc. The capital stock
Is plated at $100,000. with privilege ot
extension to $2,000,000. The stock Is
$10 per share. The directors and offi
cers, with tho number of shares held by
each arc: Albert F. Judil, president.
10 shares; Wm C. Ac-Ill. vice president,
6500 shares; W. It. Castle, Jr., treasur
er and niHnagcr. 1300 shares: Philip M.
Lnnstlale, secretary. 390 shaies. and
Jonah Kumalae, auditor, 100 shines.
V C. Acbl Is paid $33,000 In stock for
his property, subject to a mortgage for
n proportion of the piircli,is- price.
Senator Ilannn now lias lu his nos-
seHtlon the pen with which Speaker
V cKlnley in! .(Tact ''"""
FIRST PERFORMANCE OF SECOND
In the successful comedy-drama,
A Man of Mystery
N -w Songs. New Dances, and i
Change of Play Wednesday,
The Girl I Left Behind Me
Special Scenery and Effects.
Sintu on salo.
Orpheum Popular Prices 25e, 50c, 75e '
A piocc-ssf ust discovered of
preserving the pure juice of
the srnpf without fernifnta.
Hon. maUtni; a tlellKhtrul ami
healtbrul bevernRf. Guaran
teed tu be nbhtiliitely pure ami
to contain no chemicals. Un
equaled as a drink for sick
nnd for abstainers; also port
seshos tho same qualities for
For salo 111 nunrt bottlt-s at
50c tht' bottle. Wholesale
prices on application.
FORT 8TISEET, above Ucrotanla ,
Sole Agent for the Hawaiian Islands)
A. C. LOVEKIN,
STOCK AND BOND BROKER,
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE.
403 Judd Building. '
No More Dread
ofthe Dental Chair
1 TEETH EXTRACTED AND FILLED
ABSOLUTELY WITHOUT PAIN by
1 our late scientific method applied to tht
gums. No sleep-producing agent or
I These are the only dental parlors Is
Honolulu having PATENTED APPLI
ANCES and ingredients to extract, fill
.and apply gold crowns and porcelain
crowns undectecable from natural teeth
'and -warranted for Un years. WITH
OUT THE LEAST PAIN. All work
done by GRADUATED DENTISTS ol
i from 12 to 20 years' experience, an"
, each department in charge of a Special
1st. Give us a call, and you will find
us to do exactly as we advertise. We
i will tell you In advan.-o exactly what
your work will cost oy t, FREE EX
AMINATION. Set Teeth SR.OO
Gold Crowns SS.00
Gold Fillings SI.OO
Silver Fillings OOc
Our name alone will be a guarantee
th&' yUr Wfk W,U b f thB btat
Now York Deutal Parlors,
Room 4, Elite Building, Hotel Street
LADIES IN ATTENDANCE
Hours, 8 a, m. to 6 p. m.
' Sundays, 9 a. m. to 12 a..
816 Fort Street,
Honolulu, T. H.
Victor Snfo & Lock Co.
Ideal Ready Mixed
Improved Stone Filters.
And the Steel Aertnotor.
WHHHAAAHf.0 fjjnfl mttlYtfKfilr
300 PAIRS CURTAINS
from 50 cents a pair up,
The best collection In the city and much
lower tluin UHunl prices Top
ONE WEEK ONLV.
Commencing: Mnn. 17th
J. H. FISHER
Stock and Bond Broken
FIRE ASSOCIATION, of Philadelphia,
WE8TERN ASSURANCE CO, tf To
ronto. Office Stangenwald llda Mf
chant Street. Tel. in at a 2CX.
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANOE
Honolulu, April 5, 1902
NAME OF STOCK
C. Brr A Comttny.
L.B. Ktrr JtCo., LU..
Ewa Plintttton Co ...
ruwtiiin soeir lo ...
Honomu Suir Co ...
Honokii Suer Co ..
Haiku SuKr Co
ICahuku PiantitlAn Co.
Klhtl PlattCo .Lti, ..
Klhu.ij Sucar Co ..
Kolot Suftf Co . .
McRryJf buCo. U. .
0huSupar Co, .
Ookala Suear Plan Co
Olaa Su Co.. LU , at)
ouaSuCo ij rjupr
Oil ilu Cninpan
Paauhau St pun Co
Pacific Sugar Mill
Pala Plant j ion Co
I'epee kpo Si gr Co . . .
Plnnm Mllr C
PionnrMlll C.i Ami
Walalua Aim Co ..
waimfa mm 10.
WlMtr Stfamthts Cn
Intfr-ManJ Steam N Co
Hawaiian fcWfflc Co
Hon Rarli T. 8t L Co
People' let & K t's 0
Tlrsl National Bank .
Hawaiian dov $ rf cent
HitoR RCo 6frrcent
Hon Uafi Transil .
Ewa Plantat n 6 ptr ttnv
uanu KKLLn prt c
Oahu Ptantatltrfi ft p e
Olaa Plantation 6 p, c
miiiu ngucui op c
DR. 8TEBUINS ILL.
CambrldRf. Mass., March II Iter.
i)r Horntlo Stebblne, ono of (lie mort
widely Known Unitarians In this coun
try, is 111 nt the home of Ills son at 29
Klimvood strt-t't, this c-lty. Dr. Stub
bing who has been in poor health all
winter contracted a severo cold nbuct
three weeks bro, which has failed ta
yield to tho usual remedies. This cold.
with tho ndvnnccd age ot the cUilh
culshcd divine, has caused his family
and friends groat anxiety.
STOCK AND BOND BROKER.
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANCC
Orders for the purchase or ufo cd
stocks and bonds carefuly and prompt
ly executed. Loans negotiated......
Office Room 401, 4th floor, SUtvjen-
wald Oldg. Postoffice box 390; TU
phone Main 331.
Halstead & Co., Ltd
MONEY ADVANCBD ON 6UGAC
921 Font Street
TEL. MAIN 133.
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