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SUNDAY BULLETIN, HONOLTJLC. II. T.. SUNDAY, APIUL G, 1902.
keep out store always In tlio lead as headquarters for tho latest nov
elties and the most tempting materials tho various seasons afford. Wo
havo buyers In tho East and on the Coast, ever on tho alert to secure,
theso goods and an Inspection will demonstrate to you how well they
perform their duty.
Our lines of WASH FADRICS Is unusually large and wo havo
moro on the way. Somo of tho recent additions to the stocks aro
MERCERIZED SOI PERSANNE
PflTTflM Al DAPAQ Tho nearest thing to Foulard
UUI IUI1 ALrAUAO silks; looks like silk, feels llko
., silk, and mado In silk patterns?
Colors: Black, Pongee, Navy cniorings aro perfect.
Blue, Light Blue, Pink, Old Dlue - nr llnrJ
and Pearl Grey. The price Is OOC PBl JdlQ
small for the quality.
25c per yard PRINTED MUSLINS
- entirely new lino; the latest do
signs; fltio quality.
GRASS LINEN 20c per yard
miSE ' , , PRINTED BATISSES
extra wide, very fine and sheer; . . , ... in.
good value J,lst lened; patterns exquisite:
50c per yard 7 yards for $1.00
THE STR. ALAMEDA has brought our swell line of
direct from New York. Also a lllno of up-to-dato DRESS GOODS,
such as Etamlners, Vails, Brilliants, Alpacas, Embroidered Swisses.
Wo will tell you all about these shortly,
OUR HOSIERY DEPARTMENT
Presents somo exceptional valuos and n completo stock. Hero are a
few Items: At 12 1-2e a fast black Hose for ladles In all sizes; at 3
pair for 50c a better quality In all sizes; at 25c a pair or $2.75 a dozen,
extra fine Hose, full finished; at 35c, Laeework and Dropstltch su
perior quality; our 50c value, the Onyx Black, Is the best In the mar
ket, In plain gauze, lace work, drop stitch, and lisle thread, a varlsty
of patterns. The Onyx Black Hose Is the popular New York brand,
absolutely fast and reliable. A full line of FANCY HOSE and IN
DRY GOODS COMPANY, LTD.
WHY THROW $40 AWAY
by paying $100 for a typewriter when you can get an up-to-date
strictly high grade- machine
The Wellington Visible Writer
for $60. This machine is a revolution In typewriters. One of
many endorsements given tho Wellington Typewriter Is as follows
"We make tho statement positively
that they are absolutely tho best, ex
celling all others In simplicity, dura
bility and accuracy. Wo are using 75
of them In our Philadelphia and New
York stores. They havo our unquali
(Signed) JOHN WANAMAKER."
We have just received a shipment of theso typewriters and
will be pleased to give full particulars regarding same.
Theo. H. Davies & Co., Ltd.
PER S. S.
Robinson Block, Hotel Street.
General Merchandise. Dry Goods, Groceries
.Japanese Provisions, etc.
MAOOON BLOCK, MEROHANT STREET.
g.O.Bosg886 IMZeiin. SIR
P. O. Box ot. Til. it.
mrxisrcsr vsro ohjAJXT
THE OLDEST CHi. SE FIRM IN HONOLULU.
Dtilinla Hot Silks tad Gran LIomi. CfatotH tod Jipaoai Good! of All KlaJi,
to-i Nuuanu trt
At the store of Goo Kim, 111G Nuuanu street. Tho finest of Orient
al silks and linens, consisting of dress goods and embroidered handker
chiefs 32 inches square and tablo covers 30 and 41 Inches square Ladles
and gentlemen's furnishing goods and underwear; duck suits, bath robes;
remnants of grass linen, figured silks and other goods.
GOO KIM, 1116 Nuuanu Street
In the market.
GRAPE SHIRTS, PONGEE
SUITS, direct from the Orient.
OF KIMONAS, - -
PASTOR TO LEAVE I1IL0
CHURCH IN AUGUST
Letter Presented to Officers and
Members of First Foreign
Congregation To Be
Illlo, April 4. After the opening ex
ercises nt tho First Foreign church
last Sunday. Rev. Mr. Cruzan tendered
his resignation as pastor of that church
to take effect August 15. The resigna
tion was couched In the following lan
guage: To tho Officers and Members of the
Tirst Foreign Church of Illlo, Ha
waii. Dear Ilrethrcn and Sisters: I here
by present my resignation of the pas
torato of your church, tho same to
take effect on tho ISth day of August
next, at the end of my fourth year of
This Is n matter to which I have
given long and earnest consideration,
and my action Is positive and final.
Tho long continued 111 health of Mrs.
Cruzan and the necessity for her of a
change of climate, the lack of desirable
school facilities In Illlo for my Buns,
and other reasons of weight, have led
mo to the conclusion that the nlse and
Judicious course for me to take Is to
surrender tho Important work you
havo entrusted to me.
In asking that the pastoral relation
which has existed for nearly four years
bo terminated. I wish to express, both
for Mrs. Cruzan and myself, our grate
ful appreciation of the kindnesses you
bavo shown to us, and for tho measure
of cooperation with which oit havo
sustained us In our work.
I trust that you may be divinely
guided In your choice of my successor.
and that the Master may speedily send
you an under Shepherd to take up this
Important work and lead you In win
nlng great victories In Ills name and
In tho cniiBO of righteousness.
I remain yours with regard,
J. A. CRUZAN.
Illlo, Hawaii, March 29. 1902.
After tho regular service next Sun
day there will bo a meeting of tho
Hoard to consider tho acceptance of the
RAPID TRANSIT APFAIKS.
A Bpeclal meeting of tho stockhold
ers of tho Rapid Transit Company was
held yesterday morning. Tho meeting
was called by the dlrcctovj for the
purpose of considering u'l uncndmotit
In tho by-laws and to provide for fur
ther conrtructlon. J. IJ. Athcrton pcted
m IiHlimci: and J. A. (Illm.1,1 as sec
retary. A communication from the Castle
Kstato and J. 1). Castlo In which It
was proposed that they should sur
render their entire holdings of bonds
of the company and find a market for
them, taking In exchange for those
bonds C per cent non-cumulative pre
ferred stock, was agreed to. The by
laws were amended accordingly.
ALICB IN WONDERLAND.
A good laugh for young nnd old Is
In storo next Saturday, April 12. Tho
Hawaiian Woman's Club will then
give, in the gymnasium of the Kamo
hamcha school for Girls, scenes from
Alice In Wonderland. Miss Helen
Desha, president of the club, will take
the part of Alice and club members
will represent tho Mock Turtle, tho
Hatter and other familiar characters.
Children with their attendants will ba
admitted to the dress rehearsal 3 p. m.
Tho evening performance will be nt S
HON OF MR. AND MRS.GILL DEAD
Hllo, April 4. Tho six-year-old Bon
of Geo. aill, head luna at the Laupa
hoehoe plantation, died last Monday
night after an Illness of only n week.
The body was brought to Hllo Tues
day afternoon and burled In tho Hllo
cemetery. The remains were accom
panied to this city by Messrs. C. M.
McLennon, A. C. ralfroy, E. W. Hock
ley and the father. Three young chil
dren of Mr. and Mrs. Gill nio critical
ly III with the samo trouble, which Is a
disorder of tho bowels.
NnW DEPUTY SHERIFFS.
Hllo, April 4. Some time ago High
Sheriff Drown sent to Sheriff Andrews
of Hawaii tho application of Henry K.
Mattln for the position of deputy of
the Kan district In place ot Mr. Eaton,
who It wns understood, contemplated
resigning. Mr. Mattln wns seen and
was found to be just tho man for tho
place, bo that High Sheriff Rrown gavu
otu news today that ho had finally de
cided on that young man for tho place.
NEW JAPANESE PAPER.
Hllo, April 4. "JI Ho," Is tho name
of a new Japancso scml-woekly news
paper established In Hllo, Issuing Its
first number this week. The editor of
tho lively Bhcet Is T, Yano. Ho stnrts
out with a Japanese lithographic press
turning out a paper In three' colors.
Tho first number Is In every way credl
tablo to tho enterprising promoters.
JARED SMITH IN IIILO.
Hllo, April I. Jarcd a. Smith, Di
rector of tho United States Agrleultu-
nl Experiment Station at Honolulu
will hold n Farmer's Institute In Illlo,
also one In tho Ola.i District about tho
middle of April. He will bo on this Isl
and ten days nnd hopes to meet anil
talk with all those who aro Inteiested
In agrlcultuio In Hawaii.
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets.
All drugglBts refund tho money If it
falls to cure. E. W. Grove's signature
I U on ecch box. 25 cents.
AS AW N1
Secretary Henry E. Cooper received
timely though unsolicited confirmation
of the possession of Mil oxecutlvo pow
ers as Acting Governor In tho absence
of Governor Dole from tho Interior De
partment by Friday's mall.
Thomas Hyan, Acting Secretary of
tho Interior, wrlfc to tho Secretary
under dato of Washington, D. C,
March 17, enclosing for his Information
and guidance tho copy of a Depart
mental letter to the Governor of the
Territory of Arizona written on the
12th of March. Tho section of Arizo
na's organic act referred to In I His
letter Is tho same in terms as tho cor'
responding section of the llawallnn
Organic Act excepting that In addlt'un
(o "death, removal, resignation or ab
sence," which the Arizona law gives
as circumstances of tho Governor's of
fice when the Secretary shall act In
his place, tho Hawaiian law adds "dis
Hllo, April 4. 1'hlllp l'ock received
n letter from Captain Matson by the
last mall, enclosing a telegram sent
from Washington by Congressman
Stark of Nebraska, saying that the
matter of the Federal building In Illlo
was being properly advanced. The
data and the arguments sent forward
by the committee of Illlo citizens had
been received and given Immediate at'
Mr. I'eck will go to the Mainland by
the return of tho steamer Enterprise
and has decided to go on East to Wash
ington and other cities on business that
will advance the Interests of Hllo. He
will do some good work In Washington
In behalf of the Federal building and
will carry n portfolio of Information re
garding conditions and needs In the
BANANA PRIGES ARE
Hllo, April 4. D. E. Wilson finds II
so difficult to get a supply of bananas
to ship to the coast by the Enterprise
that he now offers SO cents to $1 for
bunches delivered to him In Hllo. He
Is anxious that the fruit shall be prime,
for the reason that It will make a bet
ter Impression on the trade In San
Francisco. Mr. Wilson has had buyers
through the district for the past three
weeks and Iuib succeeded In making
conducts with a number of small
growers, as well as In purchasing about
600 bunches for the first trip of tho
steamer. He has received assurances
from tho holders of small tracts that
they will plant from one. to flro acres
In bananas, and In somo Instances they
have already bought tho plants for tho
purpose. He wants large bunches
when possible to obtain them, and savs
that small bunches, those command
ing less than SO cents, arc lint worth
TODAY'S BAND CONCERT.
The Territorial band will play this
afternoon at the Capitol ground, at 3
o'clock. Following Is tho program;
Overture Hungarian Ilcla
Fantasia In the Cathedral (new) ,
Grand Selection II Trovatorc.. Verdi
Vocal gclectlon-Threo American Duets
Suite Coppella Dellbcs
Dallad The Holy City Adams
Finale Victor I'lsanl I'erl
Selection Head Liner Mncklo
The Star Spangled Manner.
CRUELTY TO ANIMALS.
Hllo, April 4. Dr. W. H. Jones saw
a Japancso holding a starved horse In
front of Oklno's hotel last Tuesday and
remonstrated with him for his neglect
to feed the animal. The Japanese re
sented the Interference nnd the doctor
notified tho sheriff's office. Captain
Lako responded and told tho man to
let go but ho refused and showed fight.
The captain grappled with him and In
somo way ono of his fingers got In the
man's mouth and was severely bitten.
When tho nippers were put on the fel
low's wrist he weakened and wns tak
en to tho station house where ho depo
sited 110 ball and forfeited It next day.
NEW TUG FOR IIILO.
Hllo, April I. rtcsldent Manager II.
T. Guard has received advices that tho
Matson Navigation Company has
bought a strong tug to tako tho placo
of tho Hoyer. The new addition has
been named tho Charles Counsclman,
and has a gross tonnage of 123, Is 85.i
feet long and a beam of 21.2 and a hold
of 10.3, Since sho was built In 1900 she
has been doing heavy towing on Pugct
Sound but Is now In San Francisco be
ing refitted to burn oil, when sho will
be sent down to do tho towing In this
PILES FOR IIILO WHARF.
Hllo, April 4. New plies nro being
driven under nnd around tho Klnau
wharf. Tho Department of Public
Works w(ll order the extension of tho
wharf thirty feet. If moro money was
In sight tho extension would be mado
I'OWDEIS llOUSn CONTRACT.
Illlo, Apt II 4. Tho Superintendent
of Public Works has let the contract
for the .construction of a now powder
house to Nunes Fernando". Tho cost
of tho building will bo about $G50.
I VOLCANO Itt
STOCK AND BOND HOLDERS
HAVE METING IN IIIL0
In Policy and Scheme of
reorganization Badly Needed
Eight Years Since Last
Hllo, April 4. There was a meeting
of the Hllo stock and bondholders of
tho Kllauca Volcano House Company
In this city last Monday nt which a
positive stand was taken by tho local
holders for a change In the policy ot
that well known mccca of tourists and
rest seckora. It was unanimously vot
ed by the stockholders present to peti
tion tho Hoard of Directors at Hono
lulu to hold a meeting at once to con
sider some schemo of reorganization.
C. C. Kennedy, who is a stockholder,
will go to Honolulu today. He takes
the proxies ot all Hllo Interests and it
a meeting Is held at Honolulu, will nt
tend nnd present the Hllo view of the
case. Those present nt the meeting
last Monday were C. C. Kennedy. A. E.
Sutton, representing the Richardson
Interest, Mr. Lindsay, for T. II. Davies
& Co., Mr. Hamburg for Hackfcld &
Co. and I'ctcr Lee.
The last meeting of the stockhold
ers of the company was In 1891. Tho
business has been directed chiefly from
I MAT IS
Prof. S. H Amme will give a concert
In tho Opera House on Saturday night,
April 12. Ho has been very fortunate
In securlnf such excellent local artists
as Miss Carrie Castle, Mrs. Annts Mon
tague-Turner, Mrs. C. II. Cooper and
.Mrs. J. W. Yamdley so that a delight
ful evening ot music Is assured. In
cluded In the selections will be compo
sitions by Grelg, Thomas and Mcrcn
dante. The following program has
1. Sonata In F (Op. 8) Grelg
Piano Mrs. J. W. Yarndley,
Violin J. II. Amme.
2. 11 Soguo (The Dream) ...Mcrcadantc
Mrs. Annls Montnguc-Turuer,
Piano Miss Carrlo Castle.
Violin obllgnto J. H. Amme.
3. a. Adagio non troppo
From Slutc No. 3, op. 31 ....Rles
b. Tarantclle (Op. 1G) .. Holacnder
J. II. Amme,
4. Knowtst Thou the Dear Land..
Mrs. Annls Montague-Turner.
5. Trio Sonatc for violin, viola nnd
Violin Mrs. C. II. Cooper.
Piano Miss Carrie Castle.
Viola J. II. Amine.
Messrs. Ilrooks, Urcckons and Dunne
for plaintiffs havo filed an amended
bill In equity for the members of tho
Chinese vegclnble gardening topnrtner
Bhlp of Sun Kwong Mau Company
against VTalklkl Land nnd Loan Asso
ciation and Honolulu Rapid Transit
and Land Company, to restrain defen
dants from trespassing upon tho prem
iers of defendants. A bond In fSOOO Is
llled with the bill. A. Fernandez and
Alex. Carlo being tho sureties. It Is all
to block tho electric railway out of
Walklki by the McCully tract route.
Demurrer was sustained to tho orlglnnl
bill because the names of the complain
ing copartners were not set forth In
tho complaint. In the amended bill
the names appear at tho beginning and
end. In the latter case signed In Chi
nese and American script.
SUIT TO REDEEM.
Aseu Drown has brought suit In thn
Circuit Court against I tattle llannlbtcr
and Andrew Uannlstcr, her husband,
to ledecm certain real property In Kn
Mill sold under foreclosure ot mort
gage given to secure n noto for JCOU
This Is tho aftcrwnth of a suit for
breach of promise of marriage, wherein
a verdict for Aseu Drown against An,'
drew Uannlstcr for $2500 wns sustain
ed by the Supreme Court. Ueforo exe
cutlon on the Judgment could he car
rled out, tho property of defendants
waB sold under foreclosure as stated.
JAPAN 11811 SAILORS FIGHT.
Hllo, April 4. Two Japanese sailors
engaged In a brawl on the steamer Ha
wall on Tuesday and fought with
knives. Ono received wounds on tho
faco and tho other In the abdomen.
Tho men wcro placed under arrest nnd
tho ono wounded In tho abdomen taken
to tho hospital.
Tho over popular Rnlncr Ilccr Is Just
as much a favorite as over. It Is on
draught nt the New Criterion Saloon
as It was at tho old. The longer It Is
used tho better It Is liked.
It Requires Ncrvo to stand tho strain
of nervous neuralgia, plans In tho face,
head or any portion of tho body. Theso
pains are 1 quickly stopped by tho uso
of PHItftV DAVIS' PAIN-KILLER.
Tho relict Is Immediate and lasting. Do
not suffer a moment longer but use tho
Pain-Klllcr as directed. Avoid substi
tutes, there Is but one Palu-Klllcr. Per
ry Davis. Pileo 25c. nnd 50e.
Thero nro 10.000 men engaged In
fishing on the Client Lakes, and the
totnl capital Invested Is $0.C00,OUO. Thn
mimbor of vessels engaged Is 20S, and
of small boats 3300.
Tho weekly edition of the Evening
nulletln gives a complete summary of
tho news of tho day.
"1-1 VI n Wife.'
JL JL JL SLXJ '.!
INCANDESCENT LAMPS -
Will provo a great convcnlcnco In tho sick-room and
whero children require, a light during tfio night. They aro
wonderful llttlo lamps, A slight turn of tho globe changes
tho light from sixteen to onc-candlo power and vlco versa.
In appearanco tboy aro tho regular Incandescent lamp and
can bo uscl anywhere. Wo will supply them at
75 cents each.
HAWAIIAN ELECTRIC CO., Ltd
KINO STREET, NEAR ALAKEA.
All sizes In quarter-sawed oak and beautifully finished.
Large stock of
Extension Dining Tables.
Axminster and Smyrna Rugs.
Tapestry and Chenille Portieres.
Folding chairs to let for any occasion, nnd tho very best uphols
tering done. Elegant lino of furnluiro In nil departments.
PORTER FURNITURE CO., LTD.
Fisher Block, opp. Love Bid., Port Street v
C. J. DAY & CO.GROCERlfeS
WE SELL "
Needs No Cream
Needs No Sugar
122 KING STREET
next to Bulletin Office
PHONE MAIN 119
C. W. MAGFARLANE, Sole Agent for the Territory o! Hawaii
Office at Washington Light Co.
Hawaiian Engineering and Construction Co.
ROOMS o3, 500, cio'STANGENWALD BUILDING.
P. O. BOX 834.
All classes ot Engineering Work solicited; Examinations, Surveys and Re
ports mado for any class ot Waterworks Steam and Electric Construction;
Plans and Specifications and Estimates Prepared, and Construction Superin
tended, In all branches ot Engineering Work; Contracts solicited tor Rail
roads, Electrlo and 8 team; Tunnels, Drldges, Buildings, Highways, Founia-,
'loos, Piers, Wharves, etc
Special attention clrcn to Examinations, Valuation, ud Report iO
1'iopertle tor Investment purposes.
FREDERICK J. AMWEO, M. AM. Boc. 0. .,
Engineer and HacAger.
W. R. CASTLE JR., Secretary and Treasurer.
MOET & GHANDON'S
WHITE SEAL : : -
was exclusively used at tho dinner given by President Roosevelt to
Prlnco Henry following tho christening ot tho Kaiser's now yacht Mo
teor. It Is tho favorite brand exclusively used by all connoisseurs.
II, HACKFELD & CO., LIMITED
60LE AQENT8 HAWAIIAN TERRITORY.
Waialua Beach Hotel
A, WENNER, Manager.
Now Open for Business. Fin
est of Accommodation". Finest
of Bathing, Be Sure to Qet
Off at Waialua Station.
RATE8 $2.5p per day;
Special Ratea by Week or
For further Information ad
New Map of Oahu.
L.OBptleJ from Government Surwys ao4 Chirtt,
Mars of Sutfir Plaiitatloni, Railways, and Other
S d libit Source!. THE map is lit inches,
with crtlilk colorings and nt mountlncs, aiik
In r a very unful writ at orrutntntil wall mtp
THE PBICB OP THIS MAP IS JlO 00, Cop a
JAS T TAYLOR,
P O.M01 too W JudJ HulUlnr, Honolulu! T. H
or HAWAIIAN NEWS CO., LTD
DECKER, FERHAIIDES & GO,
Real Estate Agents.
Wo also mako a specialty of enlarging
Oftlco, cor. South and King Streets.
P. 0, Box 321; 'Phono 252 Main.
TELEPHONE MAIN 390
LEADS THE WORLD
Smith Premier Typewriters
Sold on installment plan.
Special attention paid to re
pair work of machines of nil
makes by an expert from fac
tory. Also supplies for all ma
chines on hand.
TEL. MAIN ?f
nrUhUTlhintpctrlflty,ebfarr tlft Wroarn. BOO
tocouritiull vr. An uihltrrOtalhRvnrimlor air tr
ur lamp, w tilth irtira aa itiiwh lltfM atanovrrluaj
rciwraiur, and tuak ua niotr nvW. Not rvidlicti
1L0 II10 ovrrhexl lypv and alwaja fMrt-apalUfMtlon.
(Vwla IrMtoinakt aitdpotd rttiKlitliinj'r. A lamp Ibil
In hat Inir a wmnlrrrul m Komi Ilk It on th mat s. I
Atarttbncforatiita. HUlifiiti wanted, Addrrf
STANDARD GAS LAMP CO..
1(8120 Michigan Street, Chicago.
IrRrat uml mi of tlio olilrat ratablialird
niAiiufurturtra of CKaolIno biiuU of nil da
Fred. L. Waldron
P. O. nox 553; TeJ Blue 791; Iloom
3, Sprccko'a nulldllg.