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The "COLUMBIA" ot today has
reached n stnto of perfection unequal
cd In any oilier bicycle, and Its popu
larity 13 ever Increasing.
Light running uphill or on tho level,
cushion frame, choice of tiros, saddle,
pedals, etc. I'rlco
Largo stock now on band and wo
sell Ui (;in for casli or on Installments,
E. O. HALL & SON, Ltd;
HIILERS BLOCK, PORT STREET.
GEO. A. MARTIN, Tailor, Boston Building.
III AT KAAH
A pol lunibron was given nt Kitnla
wnl bc.icli I) SUM Irene 1JI ksuu SU-
tirday afternoon In limit" ot Finite,
and Prlncisn Knw Jiiaunkiu 'I In- lu.iu
was at i-ccii mown a scasiue louugc piaie. The Inhabitants wero warlike
The place was beiiutlfullv deionited. Und Jealousies nmong the chiefs exclt
the principal fcntiiio being u lluua on constant wars.
Han llaj draped behind the guests of Some chiefs under tho Influence: ol
honor. A bund of native iuuhIi-I-im the missionaries began to i-nnct laws
heightened the rnjojmt nt of the oct.i-, against theft, murder and other crimes
ti.. n, ii.,i., ,. . .,i 1... nnd wero trying to establish somow hat
i. j ,. ,...n ii-,.
i'.. i! J,' it '.. . , .i ., r affairs displeased rival chiefs and a
Bishop Mchos was among tl'" iBroat war threatened,
present at the luau anil he proposed , he king of Apalang, upon which Isl
tho health of the Prime und Princes. Bml ,nu mlHBlonary station was. Joined
snlng that ho was glad to hn ths torros with tho king of another Island
opportunlt) of meeting the Hawaiian nnil In withdrawing his men left tho
on their own soil. In California, the missionaries to the mercies of tho nt
great bond ot union betwem his dlo- tacking forces which swarmed owt
cese and Hawaii was Hut one of lija , tho Island when the king and his men
clcrg)mcu had performed the Inst sad 'lttu ''"
rites over the rimalns of King Knla-' , Tl.ese people weio utter savages ami
kaun before they wc.e sent bad. to th ' d1"rl",? the several months of t.iclr sta
, , . ' thn lives of tho missionaries were ncv-
Islands. iur B!lf(,
Those United to tl.eh.au were- The savages swarmed about their
Prince and Primes Kawnnanakoa, llullsl.s nm, n0wcd thomsehes all
l'rlnce and Princess Knlanlaiiaole, ' Muds of liberties. Mr. lllngham. l.Is
Illshop Nichols, Mis Nichols. Mr. unu wife. Mnhoe. a nntlve assistant, and
Mrs. Samuel 1'a.kcr, Mis AIlco Camp- his wife, were the only missionaries
bell, Mr. and Mrs Hunt. Mrs i: 1) them and could do nothing.
Tcnney. Mrs N Nouniui, Mr ami Mrs
Cuuha, Mr and Mrs C V llooth, I)r,
and .Mrs Herbert. Mrs Kiectli, Mr.
nd Mrs. V (1 Cooper. .Mr ami Airs.
Harrison, M. and .Mrs un Holt, Mr.
and Mrs. MiClanaluui, Mr. unil Mrs
Iike, Mrs. A. A Montana, Miss Eninu through n clapboard which stned as
Davison, Miss Mania Watren Miss u window. As tho fellow was evident
Anita Chrjstnl, .Miss PetciMin, Miss y Intent on stealing, Mr. llinghnm
Nolle, Miss Shofls. Miss Cunl.a, Mrs. scaled him by letting down tho clap
Holllnger, Mrs. Carl Holloway. Mlsa board with u bang by means of n
Walker. Mrs. Long. Mrs Schmidt, fcev. "'lnK with which It was generally
and Mrs. Alexander MuiMntosu, MIsj opened nnil shut. Tho noise so scared
von Holt. Mrs. Ilreulg, Mrs. Lucas.ll1""1 ago that he took to his heels.
Mm llnrt Mrs Mrniliii.n Mr ,il ' ,I,H lOllllnileB. Who stood Hear l)V.
" I!, i M 1Mc,,1,J0,un- ,Jlr " "' rldliulvil Ill m on snelng this, and till
Mrs. Illgelow. Miss 1 crnandez. Mlw maut. the fellow very angry, as tho n-i-
., ..,. i.,.u.... ...in .,u... .oii.uvcs are voiy scnsitlvo to ildlcule. '
Sargent. Mlxs Violet lleckle-Kahej. no consequently went up to Mr
frank Armstrong. Messrs Uiiliha, 'llliiglinm and pushed him with his 1
Gerald Goodm-ll, Isenberg Itobctt .shoulder. Ml. Bingham stood his i
Sblnglo, A. L, C Atkinson, Mr llo's
mil, Paymaster Hull, U. S N ; Mr,
Kunst, Carl Mnertens, Arthur Mm kin
tr.h nr Mot.i,,... ri!.ri..u i-iJ.,.. t ...
Kauiukou, Mr KernnndC7 ' '
u - , .7. . .. . sat uown ln n clialr- Tho ifnllvo lm-
Tho Tenltorlal band will not leave mediately squatted down on tho floor
for Maul till Tuesday, April 13. A. In front of lilm nnd, producing two
busy week Is In sight for Professor Pistols, began pointing them nt him.
Uergcr and his boys before they leave "rst onu --- then the otbei .Mr. Illng.
Honolulu. Tonight tho band plays nt lmm thniiglit that his last hour had
Emma Square. Tomorrow evening u '!'?""' but h" "'n"llI"',1 al'. t'ood
complimentary concert will be tender- l1''!,!''.,0"11 ',r,a i ''.d ,
cd to Bishop Nichols during the recep. 1 l?l?, L". ? 1 flr,;,V '". but
lb? !? H5' I')' 'W1 ", "' X."."" a', u
the Hawaiian Hotel. On Wednesday then. Tho rest or the nallvcB Hied out
afternoon the band will cheer the part-, of tho room gruiluall. leaving Mr
Ing guests who Icavo In the Alameda Illngiiain, tho savage ami the uatlvu
for the Coast. On Wednesday evening assistant alone.
there will be a concert at Thomas' For two hours they remained thus.
Square, and on Thursday evening thn J,r- Ulnghnm expeitlug cveiy moment
band -will render a comiillnientniy pro' '" '?' llls ''"" hut ll.mlly tin. savage
gram at tho residence of Hou Samuel "t"'rr,,l a'l h'ft tho ititim without do
nnd Mrs. Parker upon the occasion of , m,n,"y '"V '." .. . ., ,
their reception In honor of Prince and 'J " ".iSKlS
Princess Kawananakoa and to meet ttlmt n tf.ribI(( Btrn!n tho llf., or the
Miss Ctmnbcll Thursday night. missionary must bnvo been, and jet
1 ' Mr. Illiighn.n In closing l.ts speech re-
f rri j-ii
Tho Young brothers, who reside on
the llttlo Island In tho harbor near tho
lighthouse, were Ihls morning asked
numnrnun nueRflnna rnnrernlnp n St
Bernard dog which was reported in
this morning's Advertiser as being
found there nnd as being the property
of Dr. Kowntt.
"Anybody would thlnu we had stolen
l..n fine." baI.I nnn nf thn l.rntW. '!,.
Judgo by tho wny tho Advertiser 'dog-
hunter reported tho matter.
"An ii mutter nf fnrt the nnnr .Imr
nu utnprlnc nnil u-na ltnlnir rmitvlili.
treated at tho boat-landing. I secured
tbo permission of tho captain ot tho
harbor pollco to take caro or tbo ani
mal, which Is said to lio thn property
rf tnn pnnlnln nt tli.i milinnnup Inun.
mnnd. which recently sailed for Snn
Francisco from Kauai with a load of
'le St. Bernard was taken tu
Young brothers' Island and was well
taken caro of, being fod on tho fat of
tbo Island and well treated. Whoreus
the poor beast was starving, bo Is now
tlon. Tho Young brothers sent word
to Kauai before tho Rosamond sailed,
notifying tho cnptaln of tho sd.oonor
that blB dog was safe and In good
Tho Evening Bulletin, 75 cents jvr
IN GILBERT GROUP
(Continued from impc 1 )
h.. nm...rt uinmu wli.ti Mr nnllek
first went there was a very undesirable I
.permanent Inw nnd order. This statu i
Ono incident among the many which
Mr. lllngham told may servo to show
how fearful tho uncertainty of theli
lives was to tho little band of mission
One morning Mr. lllngham discover-
I'll n till- titlrli .inliifrf. ei-nullm.
I ground for sumo time, thn savage
standing next to him and shoving him
;'veiy now nnil (lien. hits, lllngham
Illiallj apiieari-d und called the bus-
jlad In to bieakfast and Mr. r.Ingham
(Kindly took tho exttifco for getting
This did not end the Incident After
hrcaUast, when Mr. lllngham went In
to the meetlng-houso where thoio was
n largo number of tho savages assem-
(bled, the would-bo thief rose fiom
among them nnd followed behind him
.up to the room, whero Mr. Illn-hnm
mar..ett that If ho were only a young
nun ug-iii uu woiuu giauiy go inrougii
thn uiimn llfn In lint... flwf i.nllurtlf.i.
I of spreading tho word of tho Lord In
fl1"''8 horo " ha(l ,,,!Vt'r uccn ucurJ
, hv'"'- , , ...
' T'io necUng closed with prnjor by
. .. niDAuimi,
Among those present wore? Rev. O
II. Gullck. Rev. W. Waldron. Uov. Dr
Screno Bishop, Rov. V. I). Wester
veil, Rev. W. II. Rice, Rev. O. P.
Emerson, Rov. Wm. Klucald, Rev. 11.
Blllghatll, 71"oV. J. P. lirilman. RoV. M
Andrews, Rov. Mr.Alexnnder. Rov. L.
' ';" . A. V. Soares Rev.
-"r- ""i ". ir. i.innm. iui
Theo. Richards, Mr. Lawcs, Pi of. Dyke
FATHER STEPHEN'S TIIJS'I
Tlie postponed reception to Rev. Fn-
hei Stephen will take place nt ii o'clock
this evening In the St. Louis College
Yesterday morning nt 10 o'clock, Fa
thcr Stephen celebrated his (list mass
i the Catholic Cathedral He was as-
8aU(J uy Fut,1H. Fiancls nu ub0 by
ftUr Thomas of Molokal. There
,. i i .. .., .... v u .. i
ycre solos by Mis Agatha Kelley and
' ,l,,uer Valentin. Bishop Gulstan gave
lecturo on the duties of priests nnd
also gavo the young priest Bomo valu-
'nblo advlco. In tho front pew were
Scnhor Caunvauo, Portugueso Consul
,nnd Mods. Vlzzavoua, French Consul
Weather Ilureau, l'unahou, April 7.
Temperature Morning minimum,
(IS ; Midday maximum, "7.
Ilarometer at 9 n. m. 30 12. Ulslng.
Rainfall 0 00.
Dew I'olnt C1F.
Humlillty nt 9 a. in. CI per cent.
Diamond Head Signal Station, April
7. Weather iry clear; wind fresh NE.
Sunday, April 0.
Str. Clnudlnii Parker, from Maul
Htr. W. 0. llnll, Thompson, from Na
wlllwlll. Sunday, April fi.
Slmr. James Makee, Tullett, from
Stmr. Wnlalenle, l'lltz. from Kauai
Monday. April 7
1'. M fi H. China, Senbury, from
Oriental ports, nt 1 p. m.
r. S. K. C. S S. Albatross, Thomas,
Stmr. Nlihau, Thompson, for Koloa,
Hannniaulii nnd Ahuklnl, at G u. m.
Stmr. Lehun, Naopala, for Molokat
torts, nt o p. m.
Stmr. Ke Au Hou, Moshcr, for Kl
lauen, at u p. m.
Stmr. Klnau, Freeman, for IIIlo nnd
wny ports, at noon.
Stmr. Claudlne, Parker, for Maul
ports, at 6 p. m.
Stmr. W. 0. llnll, Thompson, for K
mil ports, nt S p. in., receives nt)
I'rom Maul ports, jier str Claudlne
April C W N Alexander. Miss Olsen,
Miss K. Smith. D. II. Davis and wife,
i:. i:htirs, T. It. Ilohlnson, Mrs. It,
Dlncgar, Mrs. '.. Ayers. C. II. Palmer,
Miss Wong Kong. Mrs. (J. Ilallani, J
W. lllpiknne, T W. Hcckloy. T. P. I)u
Hose. C R. Meston, N. Knloa, C. All
Moon. Sing Ynu. Mrs. M. Kauna, Mrs
Geo. Kern. J. H 1.5 tins and Wile, S. It
Dow die, J. Lindsay, A. N. Kepolknl,
S. V. Kelilnol, W. Knluaklnl. V.. Du
vuuchellc. wife and child, T. I :. Rich
ardson, C. S. Holloway, and G1 deck.
Prom Kauai ports, per str. W. 0.
Hall, April C Mrs. C. M. Cooke, Miss
I Orau, K. J. Church and wlfo.Phlllp
ltlt-c. Louis Conrndt, Mrs, K. It. Wins
low, Miss M. Prime. Frank i:iwcll, W.
C Dcvcreux, J. J. Carcannon, Thog.
Iliuiman. J. II. Coney, J. J. Gondall,
Miss F. H. Hush, Miss A. Thomas, Miss
Augellnc Wohlers, Mrs. Rlwell, Leo
Shun, Leo Ahong, Thon Tong, Sew
Wuu, H. Canon and B9 deck .
For Maul ports, per stmr. Claudlne,
sailing tomorrow nfternoon nt 5
o clock. Mr. Fenn nnd wife, W. T.
tvoblnson, wife and child; C. W. Ilald
wln, Mrs, Jas. Lloyd, Kahulul; Mrs. K
C. Achong. Mrs. Wong Leong, Mra.
Chuck Hoy. Kennno; A. Knos and
wife. Miss Itosn Leal, S. Gauze), It.
W .Madden, 0. W. Carr. Kahulul;
J. J. Drummoml, Hann,
ror IIIlo and way ports, per slmr.
Klnnti, sailing tomorrow at noon.
Ilcv.W. Anlt. Maalaea; Miss A.WInter,
Ijiupnhnehoe; Miss Aklna. Mahukona;
Mrs. Kcohokalolo, I.nlinlna; Mrs. Ma
hl, Hllo; (1. II. Gove, Kawallmo: Clar
etico Tlnbinson, IIIlo; Miss It. 8. Low
Is. Mrs. J. J. Lewis. Hllo; A W. Dow,
Mahukona; W. F. Drake, Lahnlna;
Miss R. II. Hcrlpps, Miss V. Scrlpps,
Volcano; Hon. II. E. Cooper antl
son. Hllo; E. 11. Austin nnd son. Hllo;
V. Wolff, H. II. Scovel, Hllo; II. A.
Allen and .wife; E. Irish, Mahukona;
Mr Hngcmann. Lahnlna.
In n letter from n Kauai correspon
dent under date of April 3, Is contained
tho following reference to tbti road
and bridges on tho Island nnd huw they
suffered from the recent rains.
"The rain still continues to pour
down on every part of the Gurden Isle
and if It does not cease soon wo will
nil be washed out to sea like Col.
Spalding's bench houso.
"From a rough estimate, I would Bay
that the damage already done to the
loads nnd bridges on Kauai will ex
ceed $10,000. Tho big brldgo at Ana
Imla Is gone and two smaller bridges
near Knpaa have been rendered very
dangerous. Another bridge between
Dime and Koloa is also In a bad stnto
and the roads all over the island arc
In n worse condition than they have
ever been before.
"For my part, I do not see how the
Governor can help calling a special ses
sion of the Legislature. If ho has any
regard for the comfort of the people
and Incidentally, their rights, ho will
not linger much longer. Wo must bnvo
money for our roatla and bildges or
buslnfss hero will bo blocked. Thcie
Js no money In the government coffeis
and there Is only one way of gettln
The Hooulu and Hoola Lahul So.
clety will hold their regular monthly
meeting at 10 o'clock Wednesday
morning, April 9, at the Kaplolanl Ma.
tcrnlty Home. All members are re
quested to attend, as something verj
Important will bo brought up for dis
cussion. NEW TO-DAY
Tho Hawaiian Jockey Club will hold
a special meeting thlB Monday oven
lug, April 7th, at S o'clock, nt thn Iln
Business Final settlement of pio
grnm. t L. CRABI1E.
First Anniversary Ball
F. O. E.
Will bo Given In Progress Hall on
MONDAY, APRIL 14th,
AT 8i30 O'CLOCK.
Tickets to bo had from members.
II in St.
KAUAI WAP H
EVENINO W-t'ttTIN, illbNOI.PI. H. TT.HllONDAV,
mi GASES ili
JUDGE GEAR'S ORDER
OF ALIMONY MODIFIED
One of Four Circuit Court Decisions
Upheld- -Mrs. Holloway Wins a
Four decisions were handed down by
the Supreme Court nt noon today.
By n majority of the Supremo Court
the order of Judgo Gear In the divorce
case ot I.lbaim tie Nobrega vs. Sylvnno
do Nobrega Is set nslde and the case
remanded to the Circuit Court for fur
ther proceedings consistent with the
views of the appellate court..
Chief Justice Frear writes the con
trolling opinion. Where the Circuit
Judge granted (10,000 alimony In gross
to the wife, the Supreme Court allows
but $500 as being enough under the
circumstances of the case. Instead of
fifteen days given for payment, the de
cision allows six months. It Is found
among other things more technical,
"t'nder our divorce statute alimony
In grost may be awarded," and
"The granting of alimony Is ancil
lary to the granting of divorce and
great particularity Is not required In
the prayer for nllmony."
Geo A. Davis appeared for llbellont
antl J. T De Bolt for libelee.
Justice Galbralth signs this con
currlng opinion: "Without assenting
to nil of the arguments advanced In
the foregoing opinion, I concur In the
conclusion and Judgment announced."
Justice Perry flies n dissenting opin
ion. Ho contends that our statute does
nut allow the granting of alimony In
gross. Whero It says, referring to di
vorce for adultery as In this case, "al
lowance," JuBtlce Perry considers Hint
nllmony Is the correct definition of the
term there employed. It was for tbo
wife's support and not for any othei
purpose, Implying that It should cease
cither at her death or her remarriage,
therefore the el.glslature had but In
mind n periodical allowance from tho
husband. His opinion Is that "the
caso should bo remanded to the Cir
cuit Court with Instructions to decree
n periodical allowance for the wife for
her support, payable until further or
der of tbo court."
Holloway vs. Brown.
A unanimous opinion of the Supreme
Court, written by Justice Galbralth,
has been filed upon the writ of error of
Irene II Holloway vs. Chas. A. Brown
It sustains tho contention of Mrs, Hol
loway that a Judge sitting In chambers
could not revise n decree of divorce
mnde by the Circuit Court In term, tho
caso being remanded to the Judgo to
set nsldo the order In question, nnd to
dismiss the defendant's petition for ,
such order. Tho order was made b
Judgo Humphreys, setting place nnd ,
times when tho defendant, C. A. Brown
must bo nil owed by tho plalntllT, Mrs. I
Holloway formerly Mrs. Brown, to i
meet their minor children. The decree
of dlvorro giving the wlfJ the custod
of tho children was by Judge Gear nt n
term of the Circuit Court. Robertson
ft Wilder for plaintiff In error; Mngoon
& IDUon for defendant In error.
Wundenberg vs. Markham.
Justice Perry is author ot a unani
mous decision of the Supreme Court on
lin appeal from n decree of a First Cir
cuit Judge, sustaining tho demurrri
antl dismissing the bill for Injunction
of F. Wundenberg. trustee, vs. George
Mnrkham, on the ground that the com
plainant had a plain, speedy and ade
quate remedy at law. The decree Is
affirmed. It Is held that the facts do
not constitute a case of Irreparable In
"An Injunction will not be used to
lake property out of the possession of
one party und put It Into that of an
"Where the Injury npprebtnded from
a trespass or threatened trespass Is not
serious nor In Its nnture Irreparable,
hut the main object of the suit Is to
settle the title, a court of equity ought
not to Interfere by injunction, even If
tho respondent bo Insolvent."
Magoon & Dillon for complalnuut;
Geo. A. Davis for respondent.
The Holt Estate.
Henry Smith, trustee, has been sus
tained In withholding from the estnto
of R. W. Holt, deceased, J2114.70 of the j
Income to tclmburso his predecessor, ,
Bruco Cnrtw right, for advances to tho!
beneficiaries. A unanimous opinion of
tho Supremo Court, by Chief Justice
1-renr, reverses the order of the First
Circuit Judge disallowing the action of
tho trustee. Fitch ft Thompson for
the cestuls quo trust; Holmes & Stun
Icy for the trustee. The court holds:
"If n trustee hns overpaid a benell
clary entitled to the Income for life,
ho or bis successor In the tnyst may
recoup himself out of future Income to
which such beneficiary would ithci
wise be entitled."
SIM 8 JVUHQUOTDD.
James Sims, ulin nnnln nt tlia Tln-
publlcan tally In Emma Square Sntur
) ins"', suueti mis morning that n
poi-uon of hts remarks had been mis
quoted. "What I did Bay," explained
Mr. 8I111H. "was Hint Mr. Dreler bud
paid less wages to his laborers and
mechanics than any other plantation
manager on the Islnnd of Kauai; fur
ther, that morn South Sea Islanders
than natives wc.ro tinplo)od by him."
JOHNSTONE-In this city. April 7
1902, to tho wife of Arthur Johu
hlone, a son.
Tho Chlcngo & Alton will place u
surguon'H cht st In every passenger car
on tho road. Tho chest will ontnin
ovorythlng a physician needs to per-,
form a simple operation or dress in
Injuiy, boforo tho removal of a patient
to a hospital.
During tho year half a million Oro
gou salmon eggs were sent to New
Zealand and successfully batched.
A profusion of nttractlvd walstlngs comprising all tho popular
weaves Is bore. Tasteful patterns In washable fabrics, some In strong
cloths, somo In the always desirable medium weights, and many gauzy
tissue apparently created for Hawaii.
An pxtcnslve lino of patterns for men's shirts, the colors best
known to the art Wo nra making a special display of these goods
Ladles who havo not the tlm or th Inclination to make waists
should bear ln mind tho "Geisha Shirt Waist' undoubtedly the larg
est itock evor shown this far from New York. We sell Geisha Waists
at Eastern prlres.
We are opening this week a large line of trimmings Galoons,
Bands, Insertions, AlloYcrs, ln Chiffon, Venlse, Arabian and Swiss,
also new Toscnn Nets nnd Tnncy Veiling.
BUTTER SUIT YOU?
Has It got a moldy, back-number,
aged sort of smell that takes away
)our appctito for that thick. Juicy
eteak ou would have otherwise en
CRYSTAL SPRING BUTTER
we sell will create an appetite not
take It away. Better than any spring
tonic made. It is pure, sweet and
Iresb as a daisy.
Metropolitan Meat Co., Ltd.
TELEPHONE MAIN 45
For Want Column See Prc Six
WANTED A hct imil-linncl pool tabhj
Inquire of Bulletin ofTlce. 2116-iT,
LATHERS Two lnthcis to put on
metal laths. J. II. Williams, queen
10 LET Houte now iKi-iipled by L
Schweitzer Esq, cur. Alapul and
Quarry Sts., ! rooms, stable and
carriage house; possession May 1;
rent reasonable. Apply Mrs. Smith
Honolulu Hotel 2UC-lw
FOR SALE For lensoniiblo prlte, fur
niture ot 0-roiim house, 4 bedrooms,
parlor and dining room nlso kitchen
utinslls; ever thing entirely now,
with privilege of lentlng the house
nt a very reasonable monthly rent
electric lights nnd hot and cold wa
ter bath Centrally located For
pnrtUulurs apply at Bulletin olflce
NEW - TO-DAY
FOR -RIGHT'S DISEASE
MRS. L. S. MESICK, Sole Agent
30 School Street, Honolulu.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
The undersigned having hern np
point) d Administratrix of thn Estate
of Catherine E. Batchelor. lute or Ho
nolulu, Oahil, deceased, hereby i;lves
notice to nil persons having claims
against tho said estate to present the
same to thn undersigned nt tho office
of Hawaiian Trust Company. Limited,
Fort street, Honolulu, within six
months from the dutn of tho Mist pub
Ikntlon of this notice or they will be
Honolulu, April 7, 1902.
EMMA 8. DOUGLAS.
Administratrix of the Estnto of Cath
trine E. Batchelor, Deceased.
2111 April 7 U, 21. 28.
Will Present Scenes from
'ALICE IN WONDERLAND"
Kamehameha School for Girls
SATURDAY, APRIL 12, at 8 p, m,
DRESS REHEARSAL SATURDAY AT
3 P. M.
Design your own ledgers, cash
books, etc. If you ere undecided, we
will help you. That Is ln our line and
tho PRICE 18 RIGHT, at the EVEN
And Every Evening This Week Except
FAMILY MATINEE SATURDAY
A Man of Mystery
M 'w Songs, Now Dances, and
Wedneiday and Thursday.
The Girl I Left Behind Me
Special Scenery and Effects.
FRIDAY and SATURDAY.
Seats Now on Sale
Orpheum Popular Prices 25c, 50e, 75c
Ideals are all right, but fucts antl fig
ures are more tellable and satisfactory.
It Is a fact that our optical work Is
giving entire satisfaction
It's a fact that w-o have no com
plaints, no "kickers", no dissatisfied
Our Ideals of tho optical business
nro high, our prices low; our work
A. N. SANFORD,
Boston Building, Fort Street
Over May & Co.
H. HackfekU Co., Ltd.
General Commission Agents.
Vor. Fort and Queen Street, Honolulu
Madame A. Schoellkopf,
WILL TEACH FRENCH
n classes or private lessons.
Residence Extension of Hotel Ot,
mo. Adventlst Cho'Sh.
All Lovers of the Sport
are requested to register tbclr
State or Terrltoiy at the
Honolulu Bowling Parlors
65 Queen St.
ON TUESDAY, APRIL 8th
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
At my salesroom, 65 Queen street, I
will sell at Public Auction
A Quantity of Fine Ferns and Plants.
JAS. F. MORGAN.
ON TUESDAY, APRIL 8th,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.
At my salesroom, CS Queon street,
will sell nt Public Auction
Bedsteads, Bureaus, Tables,
2 Flno Folding Beds,
A quantity of Wearing Apparel;
Also a Library of German antl En,
JAS. F. MORGAN.
COTTAGE on Emma Square, 3 bed
rooms, parlor, dining room, pantry,
kitchen and bath. Rent $40 per
month. Apply to Jas. F. Morgan, C5
COTTAGE on Garden lano. Parlor,
dining room, 2 bedrooms, kitchen,
pantry and batb.Rcnt $35 per month.
Apply to Jas. F. Morgan, C5 Queen
TWO - STORY HOUSE In tbo Mc
Carthy tract, Berctanla street, be
tween Pilkol and Kecaumoku streets,
JAS. F. MORGAN.
65 Qieen St ft