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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU. H, T., THUUSDAY, AI'IUL 10, 1902.
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OUR UPHOLSTERY DEPARTMENT
fylS ,1 1 .' ffm
aagS7 y vJfnA w I ten
ODR DRDMMER'b DRXiW.
done In 'he
upholstery line yc i
should come to :
We will make ole.
new and will malts
any Mzo cottchep,
pillows, w J n (low
shades, etc., at the
COYNE FURNITURE CO., Ltd.
Progrestt Block, Corner Fort nnd Ueretnnln Stu.
THE CHICAGO $50.00
Mr. Geo. W Fitch, with Stmpsoi & Milter, Sin Francisco. Oil , 4ti Montgomery St,
Sava on March 16, fooo. "Aa I salj I nave rut the Chlcaco In tne oflce where It fl at work fion
t 13 A, M. 104 30 P. At., right by the si Je of Smitii f ( an4 the Bar Lock machines and my errriovcr Is jittn
ished at tht capacity and superior quality ol the work of the I jo machine It will hold iti'w- aialrat any
of tht hleh-rrlced machines, and I congratulate you on tht production of this little tcauty I hat e-wnerf
iumm,inj.cit lock, and nave run smith fur eart, hut I would not exchange Tht Lh'cai-t fir r
Machines sold en "little
them. Then It does not need a drayman to carry It around "
Examine this Typewriter at the local agency.
at a time payments".
WALL, NICHOLS CO.. LTD.
; Bedroom Sets
" . aiati " I i,aT-LiLM - -- -T-1
77 saaffl -ff-gl
Only a personal Inspection can giro
you an Idea of tlio value of theso tots.
They consist of seven pieces of tho
finest wood beautifully finished, and
are a bargain. Come and see tbaoi.
J. HOPP & COMPANY,
LEADING FURNITURE DEALERS
Corner King and Bethel 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 the
We guarantee every can of
S. & W. goods sold from our
store and have yet to hear of u
dissatisfied customer. When or
dering ask for the S. & W.
Urand. Wo recommend it know
ing it will please you and make
H. MAY & GO.
The Populnr Grocery.
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according to the opinions
of physicians and food ex
perts, we have all tho best
of tho many breakfast
foods now on the market.
There is ono that has bo
come tho most popular of
all foods simply becauso
Its work and results tell
quickly and satisfactorily.
Come and we'll tell you
confidentially which will
suit you best.
LEWIS & GO.
It it Limited II ll
1060 FORT STREET.
240 Two Telephones 240.
EAGLE BREAKFAST CHEESE
FRESH CEREALS, ETC
FORT 8TREET, uhove Ueretnnln
HI iHN M
Tho steamer Kcauhou arrived from
Kauai this morning at 9 o'clock with n
load of 31G0 bags of sugar from the
Kllatiea Sugar Company Purser Ha
put gives ttic following tejiort of the
trip. 'The W. 0. Hall was at Elcelc
discharging freight; the James Makcc
was at Knpna also discharging freight;
tho Nlihau was at Ahuklnl loading stt-
g,'r; she will leave for this port till
evening; the steamship Tnmplco vvnj
at Makitwcll discharging coal. She
will possibly ho through by Krlilny,
whereupon she will go to Eleeie wheru
sue will take a load of about 12,000
bags of sugar. The barkentlno W. 1).
Dint hunt Mnkawcll still waiting to
get loaded. Pleasant trip on the way
home with smooth seas nnd light
The landing at Knhtll Is full of
r.and nnd the boats tould hardly get In,
We had to carry the freight out of the
boats until wc got n small lighter to
go close up to tho wharf. There wns
about n foot of water at the landing.
Wo took 30 lings of sugar to the boat
when wc were loading but even with
this small load we couldn't get tho
boats to move. We then took only
twenty lings to the lo.id anil oven then
the boys bad to get Into the wnter to
push the boats along.
"As the title Btarted to rise the situ
ation Improved, and wc could take
forty bags to the boat. The sea was
pretty smooth at Kllatiea but the shnl-
low water caused the waves to break
ver the landing On the 9th the vv outli
er grew pictty tough and at times we
could only take ten bags to the boat
and wc got several boats swamped."
Tho following sugar Is reported at
Kauai ports ready for shipment: K. S.
M , ; V. K , 300; W . ; Mcll.. 21.
(WO; K. P.. 700; II M ; L. P., ;
JW S. Co., , nnd K. S. Co., 3300; mak
ing a total of 27.500 bags. No com
raunlcntlon could be had with Mnk.
. ud a. & it.
Old wnterfronturs, wharf rats, boat
toys, sailors, crimps. Custom House
ollkcis, pilots, inptulns. harbor mas
ters ami other habitues of the water
front were treated to a grnuino stir
prise this morning when the) nrrlved
on the lnter-lsland wharf.
The rumor ctcpt along the fiont but
was leeched with Incredulous ears
Those who went to Investigate hail to
acknowledge that the Incredible hud
happened tho lnter-lsland olllcn wns
being cleaned. Mess is. Kclley, Smith
ies, Harvey and tho other Inhabitant
of thesu palatini hulls were busily en
gaged In moving furniture., dusting
scrubbing, cleaning and demising the
Tlie hardest work, namely, the re
moving of encrusted layers of the
mother sod by tho aid of pickaxes, was
performed by Japanese.
The hccno was a pathetic one
Frightened pet spiders, centipedes,
cockroaches, lizards, scorpions nnd
mice scurried over the walls arid over
tho floor, fleeing fiom their happy
homes which had been bunded down
to them undisturbed through countless
The olllie cut with Korrow belie Id the
cleaning of the safe In which she lias
littcioil nnd KUtossfully raised the nu
mcious bloods of kittens which huvo
supplied the company h Hoot with
ships cuts foi the pan ton joins. The
eoiiow and uno of old vvHitherbeaton
watcrfinnt loungeiM wns pitiful to be
hold and while the oldest Inhabitants
In vain nuked theii memoiles to t end
led when the ntllio had been cleaned
last the) wire ununlfuous In condemn
ing tho heedless march of pi-ogicus
which from day to d.i Is depriving
them of the old and dear associations
of the past
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Read "Wants" on page 0.
II. W. Poster, Jeweler, 158 Hotel St.
Remember the Shrlners' picnic Sat
urtlny nt Muannlua.
There will not be a meeting of tho
Hoard of Health this afternoon.
ORPHEUM TONIGHT Delaseo's
Great Play, "THE GIRL I LEFT DE-
The band will begin to play for the
Parker reception at 8 o'clock sharp
Gomes & McTlglio, the liquor deal
ers, deliver orders to any part of tho
city free. Tel. Main HO.
The Punahou track team which will
enter the field dny sports Saturday has
been training at the Peninsula during
the last few clas.
Public exhibition of Theodore Wores
paintings Is now on at the nit rooms of
tlie Pacific Ilnrdvvnre Co. dally from U
a. m. until I p. m.
Tomorrow evening tho baud will
stnrt from tho Opera Home at 7
o'clock, for the Republican ratification
parade niound town.
Ever) body should remember ti,e
Sbrlnors' picnic Saturday next at Mo
nnnltia. An excellent time Is promis
ed everyone who attends.
Tho Ilrownlo camera No. 2 Is n mar
vol, takes a sharp, clean picture unci
costs only $2.50. Call and sec them nt
Honolulu Pholo Supply Co.
Call on P i:. R. Strauch. 32 Camp
hell block, .lit! l'ort street, anil pick out
jour lot and have your house built by
paying him (15 per month. See his ad
under New Today.
Complaint Is made by native steve
dores that only Portuguese are doing
work on the transport Sheridan, the
claim being made that these men are
not nttacked very 'often by smallpox
Theer are likewise complaints nil over
town about nllovvlng tho officers of the
transport to come asliuic and sending
the mall through the postofficc without
first fumigating It.
The ttig-of-wnr tournament com
mences April 20, Eight tenuis have en
teied, Including Public Works. P.iclllc
Hardware Compnii). All American
'Loiigshutcmru. Portuguese and Afri
can teams, dins. Costa Is captain ot
the Garbage nggiegntlon, Captain
mm of the All Americans; W. J
.MtiKsmnti of the 'Longshoicmcn. nnd
Sliluo) llojd of the Africans. A plat
form has been erected in Aula ware
house, nnd lights have been put In. The
platform Is 100 foot long unci is i.ilsul
four foot from the gioiind. The first
prize will bo )200 and the second $u,
The tournament will be conducted un
der the auspices uf the Honolulu Athle
YOUNG CHRISTIAN RALLY
Tho Kpworth League ot tho Metho
dist church, the Young People's Society
of thn Christian clinic li and tho Cou
tral ITnlon, Knwnlnhao, Kntimukupill,
Ktillhl. Kwn, Puiiloa. Chinese, Japan
ese and Poitugucso Christian Kntlcavor
societies, also the Kuwulnliao and Ja
panese Clulstl.in Kndc.ivor Junior So
cieties, comprising the Voung People's
I'lilon of Honolulu, will hold a union
meeting nt the Central Union church
nn Tuesday evening, April 22. nt 7.30
o'clock Rev W. M. Klnc.ild will mnko
the aililless of tho evening.
In the eate ot thirteen lots of sugar
bags In which the Hoard ot General
Appraisers of the port of New York
sustained the appraisement made by
the Custom House at this port, tho
Treasury Department, In view of the
peculiar circumstances connected with
each case, tins Instructed the Collector
of Cusiomc to assess the regular duty
on the rc-nppralscd value ti' the met
chandlsc In question. He Is also to
waive the addition ot Venal charges
amounting to tjlO.CKJ.IS which were
levied under section 32 of the net of
July 21, ls97. plodding n penult) for
Tills derision ends a case which lias
boon ponding for some time and In
which scvcinl prominent llrms ot this
ill wcte Interested to the extent of a
couple of thousand doll.us apiece. In
rev oral easts.
The dcclslou, which is ox.utl.v lik
the ice oinmi ndullon of the local ul
lector, finishes tlie case In a most satis
NEW BOOKS !
NEW BOOK LIST :
"Tho Rights of Man," by Dr. Lyman
tables for the rait," by Josephine
-Sir Richard Calmady," by Mulch.
"Stephen Calinnrl," by Julian Sturgls,
"i-'iench Revolution and Religions"
(Refoim), by Sloane.
'"Schley and Santiago," by Graham
"Korna Gordyceff," by Maxim Gorky.
'inese nro only seven of tho new
books, out wo have seventy times
seven Just ns good and as interesting.
J. M. WEBB,
Uookttoller and Stationer.
BISHOP WATER SCHEME
Arthur 8. Tuttlo, C. V. , loft In the
Alameda estorday, with his memo
raiida of survey of the Wnlplo watei
development icsoiircvs. Ho perform
ed the wolk for both the Iternlco P
llluluip Estate and Museum ttusts,
which own the lands ol Wnlplo, Island
of Hawaii, whoso wntci resources It
Is" proposed to develop, Mr. Tuttle
will complete his maps nnd plans at
his homo In lliiiokljn, N. Y. Tho Illsh
up water scheme Is a rival of the two
other ptopeisltltms lately under consid
eration of tho Toirltorlnl tiovernmont,
but now awaiting their Into in Wash
ington, where, on ut count ot Involving
nubile lauds, they must II nd cloteimlua
A MAN'S DOUBLE DECKER
HAS A "LAHAI" EXTEN
SION SOLE - SELLS FOR
WE ARE IT'S SOLE AGENTS
McINERNY SHOE STORE
WHITE SHIRT WAISTS
NEW ARRIVALS ON THE ALAMEDA.
"Gibson" styles in shirt waists, tho
newest Ideas In open front as well as
open back waists, they nro excellent
fitting, beautifully finished and a low
ncss of prices not to bo found elsewhere.
SPECIAL HOSIERY SALE
Ladles' lllack llcrmsdorf Hoso, open
work In I.ace patterns and Lisle Hose.
25c. per pair. Remember they nro
Hermsdorf ami we have only ono enso
of 50 dozen pairs.
LADIES' DRESS SKIRTS
Entirely new importation nnd tho
first of this season In Whlto Pique,
Duck, Linen, Crash, Coverts and other
materials. All new effects nnd very
Another new addition to our slock
In this depuitment Special values
this week. 25c.
LACES AND EMBROIDERIES
New washable Galon trimmings In
endless variety of patterns and latest
effect's. NOW OPEN and on display
the newest novelties In Silk Galons ns
well as l.neos ever In wash dress ma
Tho best Imitation of Silk for drap
eries In pretty patterns, only ono case.
Special at 12 1-2c. yd.
Pacific Import Co,,
Model lilock, Fort Street
REGATTA BOY'S WASH
for tho 1902 Summer sea
son. Entirely new stock
Just opened. Mothers
should sco theso suits at
nnco ns tho assortment is
now complcto and tho
"Regatta Urand" has no
equal In style, quality and
fit. Prices aro extremely
low considering tho goods
nnd money cheerfully re
turned whero thoy prove
Ill.OUSi: HI ITS for boys
age from 2 to 1 cars.
Como and sco them.
J. H. FISHER
Stock and Bond Brokers
FIRE ASSOCIATION, of PH'dlsMA
WE8TERN A8SURANCE CO, f Zt
Offlcet Stangenwald Bld, Ml
chant Street. Tel. Aula 3(1.
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANQE
Honolulu. April to, iocs
MMr or stock I ijfj"''.! d.j Uivti
C. Brewer ft Company ' i.eoo,onci loo
US SicMDCJ. Co.tM I e,ooc; loot
L.u. Kerr a to,. Ul , cmooc 9c
Ewt Plantation Co ... '
Hawaiian Atlcultwra iCo
HawallanCoat AiSu Co i
Hawaiian Sugar Co .
Hononu Sugar Co .
Honokea Sugar Co
Hatkvl Sugar Co
Kahuku Plantation Co
Klriel Plant Co 111.
Kliahutu Sugar Co ...
Koloa Sugar Co . .
CVtm Sugar Co , ,
Oiomea Suparco. .
Ookala Sugar Plan Co
rv. Cm r ( .. ..1
UlaaSciCo ItJ rJupf
Paauhau Su Plan Co
Pacific Sugar Mill
I'aia Plantj ion Co
Pepeekeo Si gar Co ... i
Pioneer Mill Co i
Pioneer Mill Co Mw
Walalua Ago Co .a
Walrnea Mid Co
Wilier Slean.hlp Co I
Inter-ftlanJ Steam N Col
tf.w.ll.n f I-I-..I.- f"i
Hon Nar-14 T & t Ci I
Mutual Telerhone Co
Oahu H.SLC. .
People'a Ice & K I g Co
riril National Hank .
Hawaiian (ov rer cent
Hon KapU Trantlt I
Lwa Plantat n 6 per cent
Oahu k & L Co per c
Oahu Plantation 6pc .
Olaa Plantation 6 p. c '
Walalua Agrlcvil 6 a, e
Sales-Hot wce.ii Iloaids. MOO O R.
& I. Co bonds. Jl'M.75: looo O. IL fc
I, Co bonds. $tiil7.". I"U Kahuku.
123 "it 10 3o n. m. Session- 1000 Ha
waiian Government 5 per cent bonds,
STOCK ANDJOND BROKER.
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE.
Orders for the purchase or ilia ol
slocks nnd bonds carefuly and prompt
ly executed. Loans negotiated
Office Room 401, 4th floor, SUngtv
wald Bldg. Poatotflce box 3W; Tele
phone Main 331.
No More Dread
of the Dental Chair
Louisville Ky Maich 29. The race
for Cniigicics In the Tenth ellsliltt Is
being enlivened this jeui by Miss .Mary
llurkhnit, who Is a candidate on the
Miss Ilurkluit Is a icsldcnt of Lome
Wolf (utility, the daughter of a wealthy
lumberman, with (100.000 In her own
name She U the first candidate In the
field, and Is making a houac-to-liouse
t anvils. Lone Wolf Is n mountain
county, as Is much of her district, but
she is undaunted by the almost truck
less forests and tho mountains, going
over most ot the district on hoiaeback.
A meeting of tho Ilullders' Exchango
wns held at 1 p. m. tod:". There wero
about twenty-ilvi' members present.
W. W. Hall was made temporary chair
man anil J. I) Avery, tcmpiiiniy seere
taiy. Tho following committee was
appointed to draw up a constitution
nnd make plans for permanent organi
zation L. E. PiukTlam (chalimnu),
V. W. Ileai dsloo. W. W. I fart Is, A.
Hartley and T. McCants Slowutt. 'flic
Kxchnngu adjourned to some dato
within a foitiiight the tuiuo to be set
by the chairman
At noon Mi Dunne was In the midst
uf his e losing argument lui the plain
tiffs in tho ndmlralty llbul against the
schooner 1'iank W. Howe befoie Judga
THE AMME CONCERT
The piogrnm for tun Amnio concert
In the Oporu House Satuiday evening
win runts the stntf niont that thosci
who love good music will be assured
of a treat If thoy attend.
Tho at lists uro nil well known In
mimical c Irclos of tlie city. Among
them are Mrs. AunlH Montague Tur
ner, Miss Cnrilo Castle and Mrs. C. 11.
Special uites have been made to
theV schools and n special Invitation
has been sent to Lodge Lev Progrcs
From thn present Indications there
will ho a crowded house.
TEETH EXTRACTED AND FILLED
ABSOLUTELY WITHOUT PAIN bj
our late scientific method applied to the
gums. No sleep-producing agents oi
These are the only dental parlors It j
Honolulu having PATENTED APPLI j
ANCES and Ingredients to extract, fill I
and apply gold crownit and porcelain
crowns undectccablo from natural teeth
and warranted for ten years, WITH
OUT THE LEAST PAIN. AH work
done by GRADUATED DENTISTS ol
from 12 to 20 years' experience, an
each department In cbtirgo ot a Special
1st, Give us a call, and you will find
us to do exactly as we advertise. Wt
will tell you In ndvan.-o exactly what I
your work will cost ar & FREE EX
Set Teeth 85.00 ,
Gold Crown $5.00 I
Gold PllllnHH $1.00
Silver PllllnH OOc i
II ou hut thfir. our fert hue sim.ly ACejulrt-
iJ hutrlts It l not ruYtttiry to be ioiturr4t
corns, ncrnv'ln; nilN bunluns dill Mains etc
Tlwy my be curtitht ii your feet nuy h frrolttn
of thtlr ti hiMtt. You will he kurrrlwJ not only
how much more fly n4 comfoiuMt you will wilk,
but with how much mort vigor ini force ou will be
able to think anJ act In all yoir buklness or ocUI
Call an J . mt about this, or teni me worj ni I
will call on y u.
Dr. W. R. Bole,
Union Street above Hotel.
Conultatlon at office free
Halstead & Co., Ltd
MONEY ADVANCED ON SUGAR
921 Fort Street
TEL. MAIN 133.
A. C. LOVEKIN,
STOCK AND BOND BROKER,
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE.
4Q3 Judd Building.
General bookbinding, ruling, gtldlnc
prjibosslng, maps, charts and artlstte
printing nt tho EVEN1NO UULLET1N
The Shrlners with their wives and
families and Invited guests with their
wives nnd families will make a pil
grimage to Monnnlu.i golf Held on Sat
uiday for tho purpose of piciilclug. All
airungeineiits for a Jolly da) have boon
made and nothing hut hail woutbci
can make tho outing an; tiling hut a
giout biii i ess ns nil the Shriller cw nt.-i
Tho pllgilmS will leave I own In lh.
eb-ctilu cuis and nt tho end of tho line
will find conveyances awaiting them to
tal;e them the test of tho w,i.
A long lope for the pilgrims has hoeu
provided unci by holding on they will
all an he ami be returned safely.
jjJJJfc "'.ll V Al
CURTAIN WEEK AT
Our name alone will be a guarantee
that your work will be of the best, ,
Now York Dental Parlors, I
Room 4, Elite Building, Hotel Street
LADIES IN ATTENDANCE '
Hours, 8 a. m. to C p. m. i
Sundays, 9 a. m. to 12 u..
E. W. Jordan's
NO. 10 8T0R11
FOR DRICHT'S DISEASE
MRS, L, S, MESICK, Sole Agent
30 School Street, Honolulu,
AN HOUR IN THE MORNING
THE 8AME HOUR EVERY f-ORNINQ
or afternoon, given to dictation, will
keep your correspondence "cleaned
up." Try It a mouth.
J. D. AVERY, Business Correspondent
Reoularltyl Certainty Despatch)
Tel. Main 76. 9 5:45. Elite Bldg.
300 PAIRS CURTAINS
from 50 cents a pair up,
The licHt collection In the city unci much
lower than usuuil prlcen for
ONE WEEK ONLY.
Commencing Mon. 17th