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EVENING BULLETIN. HONOLULU. It. T.. FRIDAY, APRIL It, 1002.
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OOR CnCMMElt'8 DREIW.
COYNE FURNITURE CO., Ltd.
Progress Block, Corner Fort nntl Ueretnnln Sts.
THE CHICAGO $50.00
1 I i "iilij Tli'i"'irVWP "rlllllliliri '
Mr. Gi W Filch. with Simpson Je Miller San frani-lsco,
aays on marcn to. lotm, rti i said i nave put ni inicacro in me orke nere i at wrtx iron
I o A. M. to 4 !P. M . right by the slJe of Smith s, and the Bar Lock machines and tru erloyer isiistm
fshei attht capacity and superior quality of thl work of the fjo machine llwltlh,. J s i atalrt any
of 1M Mgh-prlcei machines, and I congratulate you on tha production of this little tact I haM own.,! a
Hammond-liar Lock, an4 have run a Smith for ears, but I would not exchange Tte Cr at. a lr an , I
them. Then it does not need a dravman to carry It around '
Examine this Typewriter at the local agency. Machines sold en "little
at a time payments".
Only a personal Inspection can give
you an Idea of tho value of theso sets.
They consist of seven pieces of tho
finest wood beautifully finished, and
are a bargain. Como nnd seo thaai.
J. HOPP &
LEADING FURNITURE DEALER8
Corner King and Bethel Strcettt
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 guaranteo every can of
S. & W. goods sold fiom our
storo and havo yet to hear of a
dissatisfied customer. When or
dering ask for the S. & W.
Brand. Wo recommend It know
ing It will please you and make
us f i lends.
H. MAY & GO.
The Popular Grocery.
22 TELEPHONES 24
according to tho opinions
of physicians nnd food ex
perts, we havo all tho best
of tho many breakfast
foods now on tho market.
There Is ono that has be
como the most popular of
all foods simply becauso
Its woik nnd results tell
quickly and satlsfactoilly.
Came and we'll tell you
confidentially which will
suit you best.
LEWIS & GO.
II it Limited it ti
1060 FORT STREET.
240Two Telephones 240.
done 'n the
tipholsteiy lln- o i
should come to n
Wo will make old
new nnil will malt
nny slzo couch'i
pillows, w 1 n dow
shades, etc., at (be
41) Montgomery St
NICHOLS CO., LTD.
EAGLE BREAKFAST CHEESE
FRESH CEREALS, ETC
FORT STREET, above Ueretnnln i
NEW BOOKS !
NEW BOOK LIST :
"The Rights of Man," by Dr. Lyman
r'ables for the Fair," by Josephlno
Sir Richard Calmady," by Maleh.
"Stephen Callnarl," by Julian Sturgls.
"French Revolution nnd Religions"
(Reform), by Sloane.
'"Scbloy and Santiago," by Graham
"Forna Gordyoclf," by Maxim Gorky.
'tocso nro only soven of tho now
bonks, out wo havo seventy times
soven Just as good nnd as lutcrestlng
J. M. WEBB,
Bookseller anil Stationer.
(Continued from page 1.)
mtrnr Judd to Joseph O Carter, ti no
te granting unto hint tho premise
known as "Sweet Home In trust to
IjoIi its a lesliletuc for Sjoll A. Curler,
vvlfc of It. A. 1', Carter ami for their
iliililren until they eitmu of uge, etc.
The court answers tho rcepiestB for In
structions to the follow Ins; effect.
It Is conceded that the truxteii
rj'-ii not resign n requested by S lill
A "nrter, anil theicfore he Is Instinct
il nut to resign.
i. Tho trustee should not convc the
property ns iccpiestcil, the price nnnieil
htiliC $18,000, unless r'nuctlcd to do ho
by Mrs. Il.nh. formerly widow of
Charles I, dirtcr and Inheriting his In
3, The tiust dlil not tnmlnnte on tho
'erolng of nge of the )oungest child.
4 It did not become the truitcc'ri
doty to tonvc.v the piopett) subject to
the life Intctest of Sibil A. Culler
The ease nioae out of an effort by
Geo. It Caiter to have Ills unile J. O.
Cuittr, ousted fiom the trusteeship
and J. It flalt secrctai of the Hciwn
liRIi Investment Cunipanv, appointed In
his place, as well us to have tho old
homestead etilil without the consent of
Judge dear has icndriccl a decision
on tho petition of David Davton, trus
t and executor under tho will of John
MtColgan, for allowance of accounts,
the transfer of the trust estate and a
final discharge Daniel MiCorrlstou
nnd Hugh Mi Collision lesbluary lega
tees and devisees. In oidet to prevent a
sale of ccituln rial estate, paid tip)
trustee enough money to dlschaue all
liabilities and pay all legacies under
the will. Theic was a balance In the
b.-iuds of the trustee of i"fi$.92, unci his
i'.eounls nro approved. The trustee Is
.vathorlzed nnd Instructed to convey
over the entlro residuary estate. Incluib
jsi- tho Tort street and Judd ctrcct
P'opert). unto Daniel and Hugh Mc-Co.-rlston.
I'pon Ming bis receipts ol
payment of all claims mid legacies, the
U hUcs will be discharged.
The Kllefoiils hate c-augh' the Inwu
mastcrl) a pirfcumanie as au per
Km roiiM wish for lit the prlies now
I availing nt the Oipheum was "'I lie
Girl I la ft lielTliid .Me" The tlmci
Llajcrs of the Klleford company hy
their long association together have
shown tbemsehes capable of giving an
v SfUiH'nJ !' Vl !v -""
Castcrii Star, will give their Klrst n
intelligent und coriMt Interpretation! nlversnry Hall, which was postponed
of their dlffcient idles nnd the fctagej March 3L at Piogress Hull. Tuesdav
veilings arc gotten up with an Idea lo evening, April 15. 1902 fur the Mu
pleae the eye. honle Prnternlty and their famine-
Tonight, the comp.ins will give theh rickets l 00. admitting two pitMinr..
llrst piifoimanie of - he Woild" a (lnni Ing at 8 u clock
scenic prndiii (Ion inlcrspcrseil with til
brightest of spec Indie
Oik of the big Hums of the pi i I
the great iiifl Hi'lie wheie a ship
vvieikcd pan) nits out for water. In
this Nieno me the ruinous llms of I In"
pin) ' Will el water eveijwliiie nor
any chop to dilnk." The play will be
repeated nt the matinee Saturday and
ni night. .Mn 11 nc c prlies will In l!i
nnd .'" cents
THE lOOti Cl.Ult.
The inemT.eis of the 190J Club gave
n veiy enjoyable dance and entertain
went at Klks' Hall last evening, sev
eial new niemheis being ndmltled, Tho
proposed May Day picnic has been
ahauiluuiil, owing to the fuel that May
Day is not a legal holiday and It will
lie impossible for uianv of the member'!
of the e lull to attend on that account
A barge dunce has hi'cn arranged for a
neck fiom tiiiuiniow A Blunt busi
ness mi i Hug vv.is held nfler the chime
and cnleitalumint last evening The
club it poits most giatlfjiug progicss
mill b'lgllt piospeits fin n sue c euhftil
MAUNA LO AHHIVHS.
tin line i -Island Steam Navigation
Ciiiiipau.v'H M ami i .Manna l.oa, Cap
tain SlmiiHiin arilveil In poit fiom
Hawaii nnil Maul polls at r. ',j o'clock
this morning with a nuiniiei in eainn
. . . ... i
piisM'iigerH. r.S deck pashingris and tnd
follow lug fi eight 9'C:S sacks of sugar,
H2 bags nt cotfee 1.1". bags of tarn, 101
bundles of bananas, ii bales of tobaico,
30 kegs of biilTcl, 1 bundle of Iildts. J
I pigs. 1 horse, 30 In ml of cattle and 201
packages or silliuries I lie Minimi i.
docked at the Oieanlc wharf and Im
mediately proceeded to dlnhargn her
"ALICI1 IN WONDERLAND."
.Members of tho Hawaiian Woman's
Club aro working hard to mnko their
two performances of "Alice In Wonder
land" Saturday, a succi'ns In every way
The strain on the players to keep
thilr gravity when all aie In iiMtume,
Is considerable, but theli 1 arm nun H
In the matter of success will It is hop
ed, overbalance any Inclination ou
their part to laugh Time Is so seldom
nny excitement, especlall) for ehll
lieu that tlieie Is nalurall) a good
deal of iiilhiislaHin nmong the little
ones of the tit) ovi'i thU piiimlsed
Of lill epileptic palli'iits In I iiinlon
win,,' histories were carefully follow
ed up. !m pioved to be clesn mlnuls of
alcoholic pal cuts 11 pioportinn of 1, 1
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Head "Wants" on page C.
II. W. Voster, Jeweler, 15S Hotel St.
.1 llrnrlnn. s ai rived b the Mautii
Honolulu Hock lleer at the l'auth'-on
totnouow. Tr.v It.
Don't forget the Shrlners' picnic nt
Kurnlshcil room In private famllj for
rent. See ad page 8.
l'lrcworks on Pacific Heights Satur
day night, April 12th.
Prlrnci Hock nt the rnntheon tomor
row morning. Don't miss It.
Sifters llonavcntura and Anlrlll
came In the .Muuna l.oa today.
There will be a meeting at the fins
pel tent this evening at 7: la o'clork.
Police alarm box keys were given out
lo citizens today by Otllcer Van (He
bcn. Your amateur photographic work
will be well done If taken to Honolulu
Photo Supply Co.
Petition for letters of administration
on the estate of Plla Manuahl, drcc-nx
ed, appeals on pago S.
domes & McTlghe, tho llfiuor deal
ers, deliver orders to any part of the
city free. Tel. Main 1 10.
Dr. Wall ami Mrs. W. A. Wall and
child were among the passenger! fiom
Kona In the Mauna l.oa todaj
Ucpresentntlvc W II. Hoogs has con
sented to lend the Republican pnride
this evening as grand marshal.
The tug i:ieu towed Die little Isluu'l
ti hooncr Ka Moi to sen this morning
The schooner Is bound for Paaullo
There will be a special stockholder!
meeting of the Mellrjdc Sugar Co
Ltd . on April 23. See ad on page s.
Judge i:tee has the admliall) libel
cai-e of the schooner Prank V Howe
under advisement, and will give n deel
Ion next week.
The Ilruwnlo camera No. 2 Is a mar
vel, takes n sharp, clean picture a.na
costs only $2.00. Call nnd see them nt
Honolulu Photo Supply Co.
llerplclde Is the only real ilandiuft
Uestrojer nnd hair grower In this mar
ket. It kills the gel in. others do not.
Ilew.ire of the others. Itolllstci Drug
There will he a meeting of the tuii
poFccl Young Mens Social Club In
Piogress Hall Pridav evening, April
lat 7 30 o'clock to take fuither steps
with regard to oiganlmtluu
There will he another of the popular
dances at tho Hawaiian hotel this
evening A lyiluti't dub will furnish
the music The dame tonight will be
In honor of the olllcers of the Sheridan.
' The tug Kearless towed the American
ship Nokomls to sea nbout 9 o'clock
this morning. The Nokomls sails in
I ballast for the Sound. She in rived In
this port from 0ster llaibor with coal
on the 2d Inst. Captain Hunson Is tier
I Mrs S. Kubey returned fiom a pbus-
nnt trip to the Malnhimf In the Ala
I niedii last week. Mr. and Mrs Kubey
have taken the residence of Captain
Soulo In Lunalllo street and are at
. home to their friends on the first
Thursday of each month.
Leahl Chapter, No 2. Order of tlui
K it the Kail unlive .harg'd mill Ibe
lniiidir of Wong Kill, the Chiuihe llsli
eiu.aii, and iiliout whom the pollie hciu
mid on the Island of Hawaii have been
Having nil manner of trouble was
I roiight to Honolulu In the Manna l.o.i
today In ch irge of n police oltlcer.
Ills trial was completed u feu days
figii and ho. was seiitenccd to live ears
tmprlsonmeut at hard labor on tho
i harge of mrnshiiigbter In the third dc
Sire. The Jupanesc charged with the mur
der of a countrjinnn at Punuluii during
a drunken light, came up for trial be-
on i he Circuit Court In Knu Just as
the Manna l.oa left for this port. The
crdht will probabl) urrlvo hero by
the uet Manila l.oa
V w York Mnreh .9 - The fend be
twn'ii the Mate mil nnd Slaby-Arco
Yv'lii'lcHS Telegraph) Companies, bus
become I he subject of inlurnutlnunl
liplomatie ecintioveiK), ai cording to
. -- '
,l(, (( r coneBponilent of the Her
u Tln l.i'miuii (leive inmeiit lina. It
tinted, Heut an nfflclal protest to the
Hi 1, m, 1 dm eminent against the mvth
uds of the Maieonl Company nnd the
bo.veiitt Instltuti'il ngnlnsl ships equip
ped with the Sluliy-Ario apparatus
' In refusal of tho Mure mil opeintors
lo ri'cellii nr transmit iiiCHKiiirett sent
ficiii tho Slaby-Aren transmitters and!
V'iH. nitlyllUOD WtV SMIJ . MI.PLtlUU
Cornwall Btatlons, Is the cause.
As previously reported, the German I
navy department has framed n bill
which will bu presented to Parllunient I
Immediately nfler Easter tho purpose ,
Of which Is to glvo the Government
authority to control vvludess telegrn
phy ami iniike uniform rales The Em
peror also Is taking n hand in the
light Tlieie is 110 Intention here ol
iufiliiKing iipnu tlie lights of the Mar
coni Ccimpnn), but It Is assorted Unit
the various governments must Inko
cciiitiol of wlrtdesH telegraphle rum
iiniuliatlon to as to maUe common
lawn and be able til glvo lonillllonal
loncesslolis which will oblko the' 'lar
colli as well us the ShibyAnn nnd
Hie othei cciuipetlni; lompanlis to take
eac h olhei's message's without ,11m ilin
Inatlon, The Ev tilling Iliilletln,
75 cents per
i . , .
IT AC MAMCIAILCUTPD
A MAN'S DOUBLE DECKER
HAS A "LANAI" EXTEN
SION SOLE - SELLS FOR
WE ARR IT'S
McINERNY SHOE STORE
SPECIAL HOSIERY SALE
Ladles IllncL Hermsdorf Hose open
work in Lace patterns nnd Lisle Hose.
I 25e. per pair Remember they nro
I Hermsdorf and wo have oul on. enso
of ,Vi dozen pairs
LADIES' DRESS SKIRTS
Kntliely new Importation and tho
first of this season in White Pique,
Duck. Linen, Crash, Coverts nnd other
materials. All now effects and v. cry
Another new addition to our stock
In this department Special values
this week. 25c.
LACES AND EMBROIDERIES
New washable Galon trimmings In
endless arlety of patterns nnd latest
effects. NOW OPEN and on display
tho newest novelties In Silk Galons as
well as Laces ever In wash dress ma
The best Imitation of Silk for drap
eries In pretty patterns, only ono case.
Special at 12 1-2c. yd.
Pacific Import Co.,
Model illock, Port Street
No More Dread
of the Dental Chair
TEETH EXTRACTED AND FILLEL
ABSOLUTELY WITHOUT PAIN b)
our late scientific method applied to the
gums. No sleep-producing agents 01
These are tho only dental parlors Ii
Honolulu having PATENTED APPLI
ANCKS nnd ingredients to extract. Ill
and apply gold crownB and porcelnlt
crowns undcctecable from natural teou
and warranted for ten years, WITH
OUT THE LEAST PAIN All worl
dono by GRADUATED DKNT1STS 01
from 12 to 20 years' experience, an
each department In charge of a Special
1st. Glvo us a call, and you will fine
us to do exactly as wti advertlso. Wi
will tell you In ndvnii etnrtly wha I
your work will coat r a FREE EX
Set Teeth SB.OO ,
Gold PllllnUH SI.OO'
bllver Flllln) SOc
Our name alono will be u guarsnte,
work will be of the best.
NOW YOfli Ddltal PaTlOfS,
Room 4, Elite Building, Hotel Stree
LADIES IN ATTENDANCK
Hours, 8 a. m. to 6 p. tn.
Sundays, 9 a. in. to 12 u..
FOR BRIGHT'S DISEASE
MRS. L, S, MESICK, Sole Agenl
30 School Street, Honolulu.
AN HOUR IN THE MORNINQ
THE 8AME HOUR EVERY MORNING
or afternoon, given to dictation, will
keep your correspondence "cleaned
up " Try It a mouth.
J. D. AVERY, Business Correspondent
Regularity! Certainty; Despatchl
Tel. Main 76. 05:45. Elite Bldg.
L a) v- wKBOd .tek
WHITE SHIRT WAISTS
NEW ARRIVALS ON TIIIJ ALAMUDA.
"Gibson" stjlcs In shirt waists, tho
newest Ideas In open front as well na
open back waists, they aro excellent
titling beautifully finished and a low
ness of prices not to bo found else
Vt -T wV .
REGATTA BOY'S WASH
for tho 1002 Summer Bca
son. Kntlrcly new stock
Just opened. Mothers
should seo these suits at
once as tho assortment Is
now eomplcto nnd tho
"Regatta llrnnd" has no
equal In Rtjle quality and
fit. Prices nro extremely
low considering tho goods
and money cheerfully re
turned whero they provo
l unsatisfactory RUSSIAN
llLOl'SH Sl'ITS for bos.
age fiom 2 to I years
Como und seo them
If ouhiv. thie Mur tot h m y ar iulrrj
bil hMi li is not mftiry tu b t xturtJ by
c rn tnjr lnjr ntii tunlin, ctilibU'm etc
Tt roy b curti-that It your (mi may be troktn
f their ba J ha Mil, ou Ill tx turrrls J not only
how much more raOly mi contomblt ou will walk,
but wilh huw much m tt tr ani lmt u will b
able lo think ani ait In all your builnni nr xlal
Call an! e m about this, or fnJ me wor J anj I
wilt t-all on ou
,11 p. VV . K. O0216
Union Street above Hotel,
Consultation at office free
300 PAIRS CURTAINS
from 50 cents a pair up,
The best collection In the city und much,
lower than usual prices for
QNK WEEK ONLY.
Commencins: Mon, 17th
J. H. FISHER
Slock and Bond Brokers.
FIRE ASSOCIATION, of Phltatftlphte,
WESTERN A88URANCE CO, ef T
Offices Stangenwatd Bldj, M
chant Street. Tel. Aisln 3(1.
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE
Hnolulu, " prit ii, io2
NAME Or TO. K I ft ? Bia Al
C. Brewer A Company t.coscv to& .
t1SSsctisDGCo.fi .,,ooc tog ,,
L D. Karr (c Co., It J too ore Jc ...
fcwa Plantation Co . . 1.000,000 sc r.; ssVf
IfawaltanAgrlculturalCci t.ono,ooo too . trs
Hawaiian Com Ac Su Co i.iis.tjoI loo l ....
Hawaiian Sugar Co ' t.ooa.om so. ...
Honomu Sutar Co iia&c too .. .. stt
Honolcaa Sugar Co tono.onof so it
ffalkj Sugar Co sooouo' loo. its
Tahulcu Plantation Co sooooo, a tV( ?r
Kttitl Plant Co 111. i.ou,ou 50 lo'i is
Kltahuta Sugar Co . .6o,ocjn loc -ys
Koloa Sugar Co . )oc,oco loo tjo
McBryJaSuCo.U U soo.oc so c y
O.&uSugar Co , i,6oo,roo too 90,,,,,
Onomca SugarCo .. t.ooo.coo to si ... ..
Ookata Sugar Plan Co 500,000 so .
OlaaSo Co.. Lu.asl Us.000 to s. .
OlaauCri LtJ pJup I a 500.000 fa II ii'X
OlOM'atu Cotnran) .50.000 too
Paaunau u I'lan Co f,ooe,oor) so
Parlfu Sugar Mill 5000c loo .,
Pala Planla ion C" r;o,oco loo .
l'erke Ni rr Co .. T5f,x4 loo .to
Plonrrr Mill C' I f,t50,ooo loo ,a
Pioneer Milt Co Ar, 500000 leu
Walatua Aeri C 4,500,010 too 6a . .,,
Wallul.uSugarCn too,oro too. ... .
WalmanaloSufar Co act,ooo loo ,.
Walmea MI1IC0 .... lajoo too iom
Wilier Steamship Co tojjioo too . .. or
ier-lana Steam N Co $ J , .
Hawaiian Lleclrlc Co Jooooo loo 100
Hon MarljT & L Co iii'voo loo '.'..' .
Oatiu R I Co ,,, ,00 so
People s Ice c R I g Co ,, loo,
First National Hank
Hrst ASHankdcTCo ' """ "
Hawaiian CJov s per cent .,,,,,
Hilo R R Co (.percent
Hon Rap'J Transit . ...
Ewa Plantar n fe per cent tat. ...
Oahu t'lantjti. n e. pc
Olaa Plantation 6 p, c
Walatua Agrlcul 6p c .oti
lb twee n Hoards 20i i:uo.
If' a 111 Session 5 Klhcl. (II
STOCK ANDJOND BROKER.
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE.
Orders for tho purchase or tJe ol
stocks and bonds carcfuly and prompt
ly executed. Loans negotiated.
Office Room 401, 4th floor, Stangen
wald Oldg. Postoffice box 390; Tele
phone Main 331.
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.
Genernl bookbinding, ruling. irlMinr.
embossing, maps, charts and siUitio
printing nt tbo EVENING DULLETIN
-' M. .MSatmH