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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU. H. T MONDAY, AntlL 7, 1902. tV.j"-
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OUR DRCMMEIt'S CRK'V
COYNE FURNITURE CO., Ltd.
Progress Block, Corner Fort and Ueretanta 6ts.
THE CHICAGO $50.00
Mr Gm W Filch, with Simpson & Miller, Sin Francisco. Cil , 411 Monteotnary Si,
Say on March rf, iqc "As I said I hsvt put ths Chicago In fna office where It Is at work from
8 is A. M. to 4 jo P. M .rleht ty the slJs of Smith s, and the Bar Lock machines and my erployer Isoston
Ished at the capacity and superior quality of ths work of the $50 machine It will hold lis cn against any
of the hleh-rriced machines, and I congratulate you on the production of this little tcaoty. I have cwmd a
HammonJ-Bar Lock, and hate run a Smith for years, but I would not exchange The Chicago for any of
them. Then It does not need a drayman to carry It around '
Examine this Typewriter at the local agency. Machines sold en "littler
at a time payments".
wall, Nichols co ltd.
.1.11 1 i..Li "Mj'LrjK f ,fXA
Only a personal Inspection can give
you an Idea of tlio value of these sots.
They consist of seven pieces of the
finest wood beautifully finished, and
are a bargain. Como and seo thaoi.
J. HOPP & COMPANY,
LEADING FURNITURE DEALERS
Corner Kind ni1 Bethel Streets A
what it means
to the housekeeper
In ordering canned fruits, Jel
lies, Jams, olives, etc., the
housekeeper may feel assured
that S. & W. are tbo highest
standard of excellence In the
Wo guarantee every can of
S. & W. goods sold from our
store and havo jet to hear of a
dissatisfied customer. When or
dering ask for tho S. & W.
Brand. Wo recommend It know
ing It will please you and make
H. MAY & GO.
Tho Popular Grocery.
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according to the opinions
of physicians and food ex
perts, wo havo all tho best
of tbo many breakfast
foods now on tho market.
There Is one that has bo
como the most popular of
all foods simply becnuso
Its work and results tell
quickly and satisfactorily.
Come and we'll tell you
confidentially which will
ult you best.
LEWIS & GO.
tl 11 Limited 11 11
1060 FORT STREET.
240 Two Telephones 240.
ilone In the
upholstery line yo.t
should come to us.
We will make old
new and -will mak
any size couches,
pillows, vv I n dow
shades, etc , at the
EAGLE BREAKFAST CHEESE
FRESH CEREALS,, ETC
FORT 6TIJUET, above Ueretnnlii
NEW BOOKS !
NEW BOOK LIST:
"The Rights of Man," by Dr. Lyman
tables for tho Fait," by Josephine
Sir Richard Calmady," by Malch.
"Stephen Callnarl," by Julian Sturgls.
"French Revolution and Religions"
(Reform), by Sloane,
"'Schley and Santiago," by Graham
"Forna aordyeetf," by Maxim Gorky.
'iiveso aro only eeven of tho new
books, jut we have seventy times
soven Just as good and at Interesting.
J. M. WEBB,
Bookseller and Stntloner.
WORK OF TH
ANNUAL MEETING TO BE
HELD THIS EVENING
Change in Regular Electing Officers
Public Anniversary Takes
Place Later New
The Y M C A will hoi I Its annual
meeting tonight In the rooms of thn
Association at 7 'SO o'clock. The
prlnclp.it business of the meeting will
be the reading of reports of the otllecrs
and the election of new otllcers for tlii
eniulng cnr The election will thin
year he conducted on a somewhat dif
ferent plan than has heretofore heen
the catsv In pi c Ions cnrs the Hoard
of Directors clotted the ollkers and
the committees bu this ear the ho.trd
lias left to the nominating committed
the election of olllcers of the nmocia'
tlon and the chairmen of the commit
t"es. Heretofore the only duty of the
nominating lommitt'ce was to elect
nominees for the Hoard of Directors.
While the meeting tonight will be for
n'soclntlon member only, for the pur
oo of ttansnitlng routine business
there will he a public anniversary
meeting on Apill 17 at whlih such
farts of the nllliers and lommlttie re
ports as are of Intercut to the ptililli.
will be laid befoie them. At thin meet
ing there will also be .1 musical pro
gram, and tho-e who hate the affair tu
charge will look for a spiakcr of more
than usual Impottatue.
The 9 o'clock service which was held
at the Y. M. C, A. jesterday morning
Inaugurated a new set of association
services as It has been decided hereaf
ter to hae such a sen Ice eery Sun
day morning The senlec will be most
ly In the form of a pracr meeting to
prepare the association workers tot
the day's work There will also ba
tome, sliming and short addresses
SAYS HAWAII REGRETS
Article Wiitten for Review in Sup
port of Anti American Cam
paignReference to Ei-
London. Mnrrli 22 The Satin day
Review, continuing Its antl-Amerii.au
campaign, today publishes a long com
munication fioni Alfred Stead, son of
William T. Stead, tue editor, picturing
the a teged deplorable condition of Ha
.wall as n roHtiit of annexation to the
United States. Mr. Stead says that tlio
unvarying lament Is heard fiom every
class, w nether planter, mm limit or
membir of tii government, to tho ef
tect that Hawaii lias renped no good
from annexation. The foremost allo
cates of annexation In 1S3S ure now
tho most bitter and outspoken In be
walllug Its accomplishment.
Mr Sttad sns that the application
of tho American coastwise limitation
laws has deprived the islands of tho
uso of 571 SOU tons of shipping annual,
ly, thus cilppllng trade and raising
Thn wealth Inhabitants of tho sl
ands, continues Mi Sti-ail. when they
aro in a hurt to reach tho I'atlflc
Const nio frequently forced to take
passage on n foreign vessel and pay a
fino of 200 In addition to their fare.
'Ihe frequent calls of tinusnorts aro
greatly disliked, slnto the almost al
ways bring smallpox or some other
contagious disease requiring riuirnn
tine says the writer, and tlio exclusion
of the Chinese Is ruining tho labor mar
he tariff concessions to Cuba threa
ten to kill the sugar Industry. Amer
ica has twice presented Hawaii from
obtaining n cable Hawaii Is thus cut
0.1 fiom newspaper publicity, which is
essential to securing ne(d reforms.
Mr Sitad. continuing, said, "What
ever evils the Hawailans arc suftYilng
as n result of American protection
they have rlchl merited bb a punish
ment for their monstrous treatment of
Tho Klleforil rompany will present
tonight at the Orpheum for the second
tlmo the Stirling comedy melodiama,
"A Man of Mlsten ' It wan well ru-
eclvet Sntuielnj night nnd thcro li
overy Indication of two good houses
lor Its final run The Ullclords are up
In a largo number of nlaja and will
alternate) during their eiigngt-mcnt
from melodrama to rotuedv nnd como
dy drama to trugcidy thereby being
able to suit the taste of all amusement
scol.trs. Although the opening play
doos not display the entire troupe or
thu excellent scenery thoy tarry, It
was a good choice as an opening play
and a Saturda) uight bill, as It gavei
a chance to Introduce several first.
class specialties On Thursday even
ing n llelasro play. "The Olrl I Left
Behind Me," will be given with forty
pcoplo on tho stage. Friday evening.
"Tho World." a comedy-melodrama full
of exciting climaxes and funnty situa
tions will bo produced.
ALICE IN WONDHKLAND.
Miss Helen Deuba will take the part
ot Alice at the Kamehamelm School
entertainment. It tickets cannot be I
obtained, thn payment of lift) cents at I
. o door will nettle all dlttlrultlcv
Light refreshments will be on sale also
In response to special requests c till
dren (wltn their alttnciauts) will tie
admitted to tho drees rchcaimtl on the
afternoon of Saturday, April 12 Ad
mission for children, twcut-llvc cents
Co. II, N. O. H., will hold Its reguhr
meeting this evening.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Head "Wants" on page 6,
II. W. Kostcr, Jeweler, 108 Hotel St.
Hawaiian Gazette Co vb. J. M Mnn
sarr.it Is sit for trial on the IBlli.
If jou want ans thing done In the up.
holstcry line visit tho Cono rurnltiirs
Gomes & McTlghc arc sole agents for
tho celebrated I. do Turk's California
Two lathers to put on metal laths
are wanted at once. Sro Want column
on page S
Judge Humphreys approve 1 th ac
counts of Jas. A. Thompson, guardian
of Jas. 1). Roberts.
Tho athletic contest scheduled for
nct Satin clay at Kaplplaul park will
be held rain or shine.
Gomes & McTlghe, tlio liquor deal
ers, deliver orders to an) part of tho
city free. Tel. Main 110.
.There will bo a meeting of the He
publican Territorial, committee la
headquarters at the usual time tnnmllt
The administratrix of thcestate of
tho late Catherine K, Datthelor given
notice to creditors of the (Mate In to
New furniture of six room house li
offered for sale. I'rlvllego of renting
house given. Sec I'or Sale column In
New Toda on page S
Geo Chalmers, nclnilnlstr 1U11 of the
estate of M tr Ann Chalmers, deeras
ed, has Jlled his bond 111 l.'onu with
John Chalmers as siiret.v
The llrownlo camera No. 2 Is a mar
vel, takes n sharp, cIcju picture unci
rosts only $2 50. Call and see them at
Honolulu l'hoto Supply Co.
The Itepublkans will hold another
big mass meeting lu Knim.i nqu.tre
Tuesday night There will '.1; miM
Speakers w lit bo decided on atr
Acting Governor Cooper, nc-compa
nled by Private Secretary Hawes, paid
an ottlclol visit to U. S. S. Albatross
this afternoon, recciTIng n salute.
C. W Ashford will very probably
speak at a meeting of the IIc'iim Hitl
ers to be held nt 'the corner 01 Queen
and South streets this evening, begin
nlng ..t 7-30 o'clock.
The Chamber of Commerce will hold
u mrellng at .1 nVlock this afternoon
tu make lln.il nriungtmcnts for the
scncllug forth of ,1 G 1'iatt to Wash
The Kaglfs ale preparing for thtdr
first nnnlvcisarj ball to be given at 1
I'rogrcss Hall on Monday evening next.
Tickets m.i) be had fiom any of th
Mugoon A. Dillon object to Mie ans
wer of defendant In the cqui'v t .! of
J. Alfred MitgcKin vs. W C Aelil. on
the gtouiid that It contains scandalous
and Impertinent" language.
Thomas McTlghe has been urauteil
n retail liquor license for the corner of
King and Maunul.ca streets, and i:d-
ward Sniitn one for the coiner of llo
tel and Maunakea streets These
about complete the allowed quota of
saloons for Honolulu.
lu the suit for nllmimv without de
votee of l.ennle Hoppei ll.irth eKalllft
Wm. II. ll.irth. Judge Humphreys er
dered respondent to pay flu we-k
pending the trial, tin attorney k fee ef
$100 and $.'5 for costs. ItiiMel . V, at
snn for plaintiff, Geo A lnvlx feu ,ie
"Thou Alt My Guiding Star." Iiy
James Wight Is the title of 11 new
march recently lecelved In Honolulu
The ntithor Is nil uncle of C . Wight
of this elly and Is prominent lu th
miihlcnl elides of Maine. The jdecei
has been verj much enlojed bj lovers
of good iniiale
Superintendent Jas II llojel Im '
fornieil that Jiulille uoiks lep.um .illerl
the htorm ale going 011 uli.l it .,
He has Intelligence, lionet ( eif hii i
olliei Hloim nt Ktilo.t Kauai, also at
Mak.twao .Maul, tearing away Mbul e
Hunts of bildgcs. The Wahlavvn road,
In Kolou has trutllo ktoppeil b) tb '
carrying away of a wall.
The I o'clock meeting eif the Y M t"
A. jesterday afternoon was one of the
best attended meetings In several
weeks. The speaker was S I' IV1111,
president of the ('lev t land, Ohio, Y M,
C. A., one of the largest nssoelatlon lu
tho L'njtid states, having a member
ship of about WOO Miss IMIth Rogers
contributed a song, phi) lug her own
accompaniment 011 the piano.
Theie was n runaway inini the 21u
ktantl on King street jeslerehi) tifter
noon A hack In rlimce or ie in,i.
guese. Dlas li name, backed up mi sIi-lOUT TIIC LEAST PAIN All wort
other hack Tim horse became flight- aono bf ORADUATKD DENTISTS ot
elicit, slipped its bridle mid ran iiwatl'om 12 ,0 20 ycars" experience. ,
down King street, the hack striking nt" department in chfrgo of a Special
barbel's pole III front of tho Occlde.i 1 ,6t G,vo "" a ca"' '""1 ?ou. wl" "n
tal hotel, earn i Inn It nwaj. Tinning u,t0 d.'.) exar!"r a? we a,lycrt ,6e' W !
the. horse- made for Halekauvvlh. str,-t wl" ,cl1 ?0U . " ""f" wt?'
.t ,..,. ,i, en .,... ..... four work will cost or c KKEB EX
"ii'i ikiii iiiv tin uviin i ii in i' ma ii.ii h i
was smashed to pleies The horn
broke i..oS,. but was nf.erw.trds
At a meeting of thu Democratic
executive committee this iiitiinlng. It'
vvaa clc child to amend tlie-llonin Kelt)
platform li striking fiom !- pream
ble the words "The .uliulnlrlr.it'.iii at
Washlugtoii ' and these re on. 'in nil t-'
tlons so that It would read -u follovcfc! ,
"We endnrfe the suggesthjuj and re. I
i online nd.itlnns relating to this lull
tory mitelo by the 1'iisldeiu of ine
Unlttd States In his message to (Mil
gress and pledge our Injal suppnit to
these suggestions and lecommcneV
tlons. A cnmmlttee eif live was ap
pointed to confer with the Home Rule
executive committee which body at t
o'clock, adopted the amendment unani
(vv I til sus
;-. Aldcn hlcflc "Belt'
p;norv 's Ruaranteed
I tO pOSsfS
an nit .urative proyv:
,.,s nf tlie esncnslve belt-, now solJ bv
Jextors and drugg '. It elves a very
trong current of electricity and Is e.i'lly
regulated. Hound to supersede others. Cm
be hid from the undersigned onlys nci
aeentsj no discount. Circular free. Address
"Icrce Electric Co , jo6 Post St.. Sjii
Frauisco. Sent Iree to Hawaii for $3.00
A MAN'S DOUBLE DECKER
HAS A "LANAI" EXTEN
SION SOLE - SELLS FOR
WE ARE IT'S
McINERNY SHOE STORE
1 CIAL HOSIERYrSALE
Ladles lllack Hermsdorf Hose open
work In I.arej patterns and Lisle Hose.
25c. per pair Remember they aro
Hermsdorf and we have only one caso
eif SO ileizen pairs
LADIES' DRESS SKIRTS
Kntlrely new- Importation and tho
first of this season in Whlto I'iqitc,
Duck, Linen, Crash, Coverts and other
mnti-rlals. All new effects and very
Another new addition to our stock
lu this department Spe-cial values
this week. 25c.
LACES AND EMBROIDERIES
New washable Galon trimmings In
endless vnrlcty of patterns and latest
effects. NOW OPEN anil on display
the newest novelties In Silk Galons as
well ns Laces ever In wash dress ma
The best Imltntloii of Silk for drap
eries In prctt) patterns, only cno case.
Spc clal at 12 1-2c. yd.
Pacific Import Co.,
Model Itlock, Fort Street
No More Dread
of we Dental Chair
TEBTII EXTRACTEn AND F1LLEE
ABSOLUTELY WITHOUT PAIN bj
our late scientific method applied to the
gums. No sleep-producing agents oi
These are tho only dental parlors It
Honolulu naving I'ATJsiVaUU arru
ANCES nnd Ingredients to extract. All
and apply gold crowns and porcelalc
crowns undectecablo fium natural teeth
land warranted for ten years, WITH
Ifiold rilllnCn 61.00
Silver Pllllnfte BOc
Our namo alone will bes a guarante,
that your work will be qt the) best.
Now York Dental Parlors,
noom 4, Elite Building, Hotel 8tree
LADIES IN ATTENDANCE
Hours, 8 a. m. to C p. n.
Sundays, 9 a. m. to 1U u..
AN HOUR IN THE MORNING.
THE SA.ME HOUR EVERY MORNING,
or afternoon, given to dictation, will
keep your correspondence "cleaned
up." Try It a month. t
J. D. AYERY, Business Correspondent
Regularityl Certainty Despatch! .
Tel. Main 76. 95:45. Elites Dido. I
The High Chlefess Mrs K K Ke
lfaalnau I'r.itt and her grand-niece, the
High Clikfem Miss Hva Kuwullaul
uianiiti) Cartw right, will not leave li
the steamer China for Wasliliigtou, I).
C. as no in i' nf the local papers stated
, laBt week,
m. AlbtBBBBBlaw wfaaak
WHITE SHIRT WAISTS
NEW ARRIVALS ON THE ALAMEDA.
"Gibson" stjlcs In shirt waists, tho
newest Ideas In open front as well as
open back waists, they aro excellent
ttttlng, beautifully finished and n low
ness of prices not to be found elsewhere.
REGATTA BOY'S WASH
for the 1002 Summer sen
son Kntlrely new stock
Just opened. Mothers
should sec these suits at
once as tho assortment is
now tomplcto and tho
"Regatta Ilrand" has no
equal In stle, quality and
lit Prices nro extremely
low considering tho goods
and monoy cheerfully ro-
turned whero they provo
ULOUBK SUITS for boys,
age from 2 to 1 years.
Como and seo them
If ouhj.v them our fart hair aim ty acquireJ
ra4 har-ltt It la not mcranry to N- to turr4 t-y
crnt. Ingrowing nalH. Anions chl tla na. ru
Thry may rvcurai -ihatla your frat may r trckrn
of their baJ hablta, ou will r tu'rrihtj notfrftly
how m ich mora c-altv anj tomfortahla youwlll walk,
but with to much mure vigor ani tnrrc you will hr
able to think aniatl in all ycur buaincaa er aoclal
Cat anJ aea mt about thil or trni me wor4 ni t
will call on you.
e DP YV K. 00016
Union Street above Hotel.
Cunsultatkn atofflcr tree.
300 PAIRS CURTAINS
from 50 cents a pair up,
Tho bcHt collection In tho city nnd much
lower tlinn uhuiiI prlcct tor
ONll WCLK ONLY.
Coinineiiciiis Mon. 17th
J. H. FISHER
Slock and Bond Brokers.
FIRE A88OCIATION, of Phlhadtfphbj.
WESTERN A88URANCE CO, tf To
ronto. Offices Stangenwald lds, M
chant Street. Tel. iuala 2$).
HONOLULU STOCK GXCHANdE
Honolulu, April 7. 9"J
NAwr. or sToric
C Brcvtr A eConeranr
NS ;.thDo rJo.tM
L B. Ktrr It Co,, It J .
Cwa Plantation Co
Hawaiian Com &Su Co t Iti.Tjol oo
Hawaiian aucar eg . a 000,000
Horomel Sugar Co ' 7 so,oo
Honokaa Sugar Co lfoon,ooJ
Ha'ku Sugar Co y oool loo
XaSulcu Plantation Co 300000 o
Xlhtl Plant Co Li J, . t ovo,ouo $0
Kltanulu Sugar Co ... 160 oco' (oe
Koloa Sugar Co yxxo too
mctirydaauco ,La 1 ,oo.ooe
O.nu Sugar Co
Ookala Sugar Plan Co
Olaa So Co HI , ai I
OlaaSuO LU rJur'
Paauhau Su Plan Co
Pacific Sugar Mill
lVr'o Si g.r Co
Plorw Mill Co
PlonnrMIII Co A
Walalua Agri Co
Walniaa Mill Co
tun, C .1. .-
aoo 000 lota
tntcr'lkland Staam N Co
Hawaiian LWtrlc Co
Hon Raj-ll T & L Co
Mutual Talc-rhone Co
Oahu UvfiL Co
Peoria a Ice ft R t g Co
First National Hank
Hawaiian Cov 1 far cant
11110 Kieca o rr cent
Hon RaMl Tun. II I
bwa I'lantat n 0 re'r crntl
eianu KALeei rar c
Oahu Plantation Ope
Olaa Plantation 6 r.
Walalua Agrlcul ere
Don't forget Cnmarinos of the Call
fornlt Truit Market when yon want
fruit and vegetables. He always bat
on band a fresh supply of both Califor
nia and Island fruits. Telephone Miia
STOCK AND BOND BROKER.
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE.
Orders for the purchase or Mie ot
stocks and bonds carefuly and prompt
ly executed. Loans negotiated......
Office Room 401, 4th floor, SUnjem
watd Bldg. Pottolfico box 340; TU
phone Main 331.
Halstead & Co., Ltd
MONEY ADVANCnn ON SUGAR
921 Fort Street
TEL. MAIN 133.
A. C. LOVEKIN,
STOCK AND BOND BROKER,
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE.
403 Judd Building.
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