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'EVENINOULLETW. HONOLULU. II. T., MONDAY, APRIL 14. 1D02.
UNPACKING FOR A
This week wo are ready with an entire new shipment
of the prettiest goods ever dlspln)od In Honolulu. Another big ship
ment has arrived ami Is now ready for Inspection. Theso goods aro
all new and of the latest designs, colors, and finish.
Theso are the latest fabrics. Wo liavo them In black, cream and
WAIST PATTERN LENGTHS
IN NEW SILKS
Embroidered in Black
They are the very latest
Come mid see them, They aro
Silk striped and fnncy linen effects.
balmy In thtlr softness.
Tho first shipment of NEW 8HIRT WAISTS are to hand. They aro
right lo date and this year's lntngc.
There Is nn Immcnso assortment of ALL OVER LACES, EMBROID
ERIES and TUCKINQS In white, cream and black.
Tho largest and most arlcd assortment of APPLIQUE TRIM
MINGS and LACES ecr brought to the Islands Is ready for our pat
rons. The patterns aro exquisite In black, cream and white.
Our LADIES NECKWEAR depaitmcnt has been completely restock
ed with nil the latest. Home of the new things consist of laco collars,
bolero effects, escurlal collars In black and cream, new neck ruffs, ap
pllnuo lace collars Atnhlan effects, silk and muslin tics In dainty
shades and many other little dainties.
DRY GOODS COMPANY, LTD.
DON'T GO ON WORRYING
With Inferior or needlessly expensive Illumination In our homo.
There Is absolutely no occasion for It. Thousands of Housekeep
ers throughout the Islands hno removed this nnnojlng problem
entirely by acquainting themselves with tho Ideal perfect light for
tho home It Is ns brilliant ns gas or electricity, novor smokes,
smells or gives any trouble. Is lighted and extinguished ns easily
as gas, and burns but littlo kcioscno oil. Our catalog shows all
st vies fiom $1 &n up, and Is cent for the nsktng.
Theo. H. Davies & Co., Ltd.
MAUI MAKES PREPARATIONS
AND TO BE ENTERTAINED
Walluku, Apill 12. A rousing meet
ing of public spirited citizens of Wal
luku and vicinity was held In the Wal
luku courthouse last evening, tho ob
ject of which was to appoint commit
tees to raise money and likewise to see
that 1'rof Bcrger and tho Hawaiian
hand arc properly cared for and hous
ed during their brief visit on Maul next
0. II Robertson of tho Maul News
was called to the chair while Dr. W. It
Boote performed the functions of the
sccrctnr) Among those present were
representations from Wnlhee Kahulul
and even far off I'ala, the represents-
Pa ! Ra "u a Mt ra Pa M r Ra n Pa
the from I.nhnlna, Col. John Illchard
son having returned that same after
noon nfter making arrangements for
conveyance of the band to Lahnlnn.
The following vvcro appointed. O. 11.
Hobertson, P. Petermnn, N. W. Alull,
M. C. Ross and W. E. Dal.
The reception committee will con
sist of I.. SI. llaldvvln, Jas. N. K. Keola,
N. W. Alull, Cleo. lions and It. W. I'll
ler, the latter two also serving In the.
same capaclt) for tho Knights of IV
I'ala committee 13. C Linden), A
I'ernandcz Jr and W. O, Aiken
Walhce committee S E Knlelknu,
II SI Coke nnd J W. I. .Marshall
Outside of the citizens, Judge Kahm
and Co. 1, N. 0. II, Walluku, will sec
that the band will not go avvny hungry
The company may turn out to receive
The Itinerary of tho band Is ns fol
lows Wednesday morning. April 10
Kahulul: Wednesday afternoon. I'ala,
Wednesday evening, Walluku, Thtits-
d.i K of I' dedication, Prldny morn
ing Walhre, I'rldaj evening. Spieck
clsvlllc Tho band will boinl the Kl
nmt Hint evening for Lahnlnn An at
tempt will be made to change Wednes
dij evening to Sprcrkclsvllle and Trl-
da evening nt Walluku
.. .. .. ............ v ,- 1 0 "-
P4i ru P M n f ra Pa Pa Pa "4 Po Pji rn a " Pa Pti : p.5 p- "a s p 4
WAILUKU VOLUNTEERS DO
VERY QUICK WORK
Child Playing With Matches Started
Blaze Above Borba's Store
Shows the Need of Hydrauts
NATIVE BOYS ECLIPSE
EFfORT OF OPPONENTS
Walluku April 12 A small blaze In
the upper storj of Antono Ilorba's
store on Market street created quite a
stir in Walluku last Slonday afternoon.
It wus the first fire In Walluku for n
long time. The (lie was first discover
ed In n bed room directly above tho
store. A little two-year-old girl was
left alone In tho room, nnd noticing
the absence of the adult members of
the family, she began pla)lng with
matches blng around within her ens)
reach. Tho netting was first set on lire
and then the bed caught.
When one of the older daughters of
Sir llorba came up to the room, she
hastily snatched the bab) awn) and
then gave the nljim. In n vvr) few
minutes the little room In which the
tire was raging, was complctcl) packed
with men with buckets of water Tho
room was so packed that there was
hardl) space for those Inside to move
about Another large force of volun
teer firemen climbed the mof nnd be
gan tearing awry tho shingles, and
through the apertures thus made a
stream of water from an Inch hose was
pln)ed successfully on the fire In lest
than halt an hour the flic was put out.
The onl) damage done was tho burn
In j of netting bedstead nnd wall paper
The room was completely drenched.
It was fortunate for Walluku that
Made 63 Out of Possible 106 Points
-Punahou Next With 23
Y. M. 0. A. Brought
The field day of the Hojs' Ilrlgade
Saturday Is conceded by all to have
been the most successful event of the
kind ever held In Honolulu or In tho
Islands an) where. It was carried out
with a vim that has very seldom been
equalled nnd tho various events that
composed the program were taken pait
In by the best athletes of the city tak
en from the various educational insti
tutions nnd athletic oiganlzatlons and
who with a very few exceptions, wen
In the very pink of condition.
There was a large number of penpls
pieseut. The grandstand was crowded
and there wtro many people In car
riage's, on blc)cles, horseback and foot
the band was piesent and from a posi
tion nl the makal end of the grand
stand, furnished live!) airs throughout
The central position In tho grand
stand was occupied lij Princess Kawa
nannkoa who awarded the prlzo cup al
FOUR TEAM LEAGUE
WILL BE ORGANIZED
Maui Athletic Association Holds Well
Attended Meeting Captains
Named Chose the Teams
Polo at Kahului.
Walluku. April 12 A meeting of
the Maul Athletic Association was held
In the Walluku courthouse lust Slon
ila) evening Theie was a pictty fair
After receiving committee icports,
the meeting derided to organize regular
baseball clubs nnd to give scheduled
games for the basebal season at Well
The following were chosen captains
to pick up their own teams tleoigc II
Cummlugs, Wnlkapu. I. It. Crook,
Walluku. .loaquln Carrl.i Morning
Stars tl 11. Henderson, Spreckclsvlllc
Those Interistid In polo will of course,
phi) their games at Kahulul ever) Sut
I'leld Judges Lieut Jones, A Jmlcl.
Atic Lewis Jr
Announur C V Schermerhoru.
Although ttlfl was the possible num
ber of points there vveie onl) 103 ni-
tual points made, this being due to tin)
tllO Conclusion Of the events nnd CnVplfWI lli-il Mia En,nm1 mfin In Itin 1"IY
lels to the various victors In the track 'jards hurdle rare, Tinkle of the Ar
and field events. With her were Mrs
Sanford II Dole. Mies Adams, Sllsj
Anita Chostal. Sllss Campbell, SIlsj
Irene Dlcksun and Silts Itoo Cunlu.
The Kamehamehn bo)s won the da)
by an overwhelming number of points
their total being more than those of
this flic was ai rested b) the alertness ull the other teams put together It Is
of the volunteer citizens foi had the. n great pit) the Honolulu Athletic Club
fire been allowed to get bc)ond con-' team could not have taken part. It
trol, .Market street would have been seems certain that the result would
i educed to a pile of ashes, and the en- have been different although It Is con
tiro absence of h)drnnts would have ceded h) nil that the K.tmehnmcha
l.ugcl) contributed towards that Incvl- bo)s would have won the day In mi)
London March 29 Vbstnliilng
from eating meat during Lent Is quite
Following weie the
Y. SI C A 2.
Following is a summary of the vie
tiller) team, met with a slight accident
Just ns he wus starting out which plac
ed 1)1 in bors de combat.
The relay race was the most exciting
event of the day, Akana of Kamchamc
ha making one of tho most splendid
finishes that has ever been witnessed
licie liefore. Akunn Is a Hawaiian bo)
from liana. Maul, nnd his native town
may well be proud of til m During the
a ft i moon he took three firsts nnd nil
these In running events
Seven Island n cords vveie smashed
hi the events of Snturd.-i) afternoon.
score showing the Improvement In athletics
' In the ill) during the past few ; c.im,
PER S, S, "ALAMEDA"
New Line Golf Shirts
very latest In the market.
SILK AND GRAPE SHIRTS. PONGEE
SILK FOR SUITS, direct from tho Orient.
BIG LINE OF KIMONAS. - -
Robinson Block, Hotel Street.
General Merchandise) Diy Goods, Groceries.
Japanese Provisions, etc
MAGOON BLOOKy MERCHANT STREET.
2? . O- Borsc 886 nain 2lfl
P o cos m
THE OLDEST CHi. SE FIRM IN HONOLULU.
Dtt ri to Flo Silks tal Onti Llntai. Chlotu tnfl Japum Good ol All Kls4i
io-it Nauinu itrtat
TWO WEEKS MORE OF BIG SALE
At the store of Goo Kim, 1116 Nuuanu Btreet Tho finest of Orient
al silks and linens, consisting of dress goods and embroidered handker
chiefs 32 Inches squnro and tablo cavers 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
bulletin Ik per month.
trrtlm mif ct fnatilnn In T ntninn Ttilu
nppnmitl). Is due moie to the high tor8 nf ""' ,,n ""(1 tl,Ur 8U)r,'H '" tl10
prices of fish than to n decline In re- parlous events
llglous reeling There has never been ' 100-jnnl dish I'list. Aknni (K.);
so mniiv special icllglous services and second, I'.i (K ), third, Hopkins (SI.
they hnve nevei been so largely nt-, I.), time, 10 4-5, Island record, 10
tended nnd never was thcro a Lent Half-mile run Klrst.
or n Holy Week In which the butchers tecond. Kabul! (K.)
were busier. Owing to the Btormy (i i. nmp n
Severe Defeat for
weather which prevailed during the
month of Slaich, tho fishermen were
unable to send full supplies of fish,
hence tho scarcity and high prices of,
tho usual I.enton food. Apit from
trade reasons, society's attitude has
piobably something to do with I.on ,
don's consumption of food, for the res
taurants weio nightly crowded
throughout Lent with non abstaining
notables, while the number of social
dinners enormously exceeded those, of ,
the former regime.
Only ns regauls marriages has l.on
don's told time obseivnncc of Lent re
mained None of nil) Importance has
occurred. The io)al family did nntj
Join In the gajcty this week, but King
IMwnrd was tho guest at a dinner giv
en during tho week by SInjor General
Winnipeg, April 3 The overwhelm
lug lively of the prohibitionists by
the defeat of the Liquor Act Is the sole
Iliown (I'l:,10!''1 ' Manitoba toihi) The liquor
third, Anderson "cu furnlslnd man) thousands of dol-
Islnud record, lars to enrr) the vote and the pnihlbl-
2 OS tinnlsis were linpclissl) divided lu
120-).ird hurdle Plrst, Sillier tl'.); "-' !" uf tlie city where most of the
time. 17 4-fi; Island iccord. 10',. foreign settlers lived, beer llowed like
Sillu run Plrst. Slnnls (A ); second, water fiom iii)sterlous taps In vacant
Clark (SI. I); llurns. (P.), time, S 10
2-5, Island record, .V 13.
410-)iird dash l'lrst, Sclinrsch,
(K ), second, A. Marealllno (l ); third,
Slnloho (K.); time, .51; leland record,
220-)iird dash l'lrst. Akana (K.):
second, l'.i (K); third. Hopkins (SI.
I.), time, -23 2-5; Island record, :23
220-)nrd liurdlo l'lrst, Hohlnson
(I ), second, Pn (K ), third, Kealoha
(K ), time, 2S 1-3, Island record. 2D.
Itelay race Kam team, time, 3 4
The piohlbillonlsts allege today that
"plugging" won the da), but the) con
cede! that their inuso received n knock
out blow. 'I lie uujorlt) against tho
Act, airuidlng to the litest returns.
Is about C0U0. rieiuhiiicii and .Men
noultes, almost to a man voted against
the vnfoiccmeiit of the Ait
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King Street. Telephone 300
All sizes In quarter sawed oak nnd beautifully finished.
Largo stock of
Extension Dining Tables.
Axminster and Smyrna Rugs.
Tapestry and Chenille Portieres.
Folding chairs to let for any occasion and tho very best uphols
tering done. Klcgant lino of fundi lire In all departments.
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Fisher Mock, opp. Love Bill., Fort Street.
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o Needs No Sugar
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o next to Bulletin OINco
I PHONE MAIN 119
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Suitable for store and halls, and nio in usu
In good many of our prominent Btorei
throughout the city, such ns Wall, Nichols
Co., Honolulu Ding Co.. Ilolllstcr Drug Co,
Slclncrny Shoe Store, Hllto Ico Cream Par
lors, Hawaiian Hotel nnd otners too numer
ous to mention We also liave the tnmo
Are Lamp to burn 12 hours which Is suit
able for lamps to be placed In yards ns n
piotectlon agnlust night prowlers. Our
lamps are In use throughout all tho planta
tions I'or further particulars Inquire of
WASHINGTON LIGHT CO. C. W. Macfarlane, M'gr
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P. O. BOX 834. TEL. MAIN 7:
All classes of Engineering Work solicited; Examinations, Surreys and JU
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Plans and Specifications and Estimates Prepared, and Construction Supsrla
nded, In all branches of Engineering Work; Contracts solicited for Rail
-oada, Electric and Steam; Tunnels, Drldges, Buildings, Highways, Fount
ions, Plert, Wharves, etc.
Spoclal attention given to Examinations, Valuations, and Reports aJ
ropertlej for Investment purposes.
FREDERICK J. AMWEQ, M. AM. Soc O. .,
Engineer and Manager.
W. R. CASTLE JR.. Secretary and Treasurer.
the most billllnnt events of tho l.on
Queen Alexandra who Is at present
at Copenhagen, nnd who until lately
nmn, pneril fni .ttnla la nnu n il.itrt. '
Flsbei Paget nnd Slis Paget. Another1 Island record, 3 U. Akana finished for
American woman. .Mrs Adair, gave a the Kninehamchas.
cotillon Man h 23th, which was nno ol, i.nn.i B,10t nut Klrst. ItlchariH
(K.l, second Kniiuc (K.); third, Evva
llko (V); distance. 42 ft. 2'A in.; Isl
and record, At ft S In.
High Jump l'lrst, Hardee (K.), sec
tec, of bildge whist Sho wns so dealr- "''" ""PPer U ), linru locum u- 1.
mis of becoming on expert that she distance. 5 ft. C'i In , Island record,
paid a tutor to teneli her and acquired 5 feet 0 In.
I'OLO AND UAKIiUALL.
Wiiiliikii, April 12 Theie will bo a
polo game nt Kahulul this afternoon
bituccn teams fiom Kahulul and Wal
luku Siindii) afternoon, lovers of
baseball will witness an Inteiestlng
game hitvvten a picked nine from tho
SI A A s and the Morning Stars.
Spoiling Interest Is not lucking In Wal
luku these ihi)s, and the fiitme promi
ses great games between the lucnl
such prollclency that her playing nt
Lord rarquhai's 10) al party w-as much
commented upon Her SInJesty paid
her losses out of a littlo gold puisc
hung to her waist. King Edward has
long been 1111 expert brldgo whist ria)
nr. but tho Queen's conversion causes
YOKOHAMA IIOUSU TAX.
Yokohama, Slarch 23 Tho author
itlcs heio have aroused tho resentment
nf Die fnrelirn reHldents liv selzlnir
propeitles of those vvlio rcfuio to pay 'otts'
the liouso tu. Tlicj nave seized mon
e of tho Hongkong nnd Shanghai
Ilnnk and the Chartered Hank of In
dia Tiidn) they seized money and
piopert) nt Jnidlnc, Slnthcson & fo.'s
and nt otbei places of business, and nt
residences Tho officials refuse to ne
cept piivment of tho tax under protest.
The legations are receiving numer
ous complaints from foreigners of tho
treatment tho lattei have been sub
Pole vault-l'lrst, Hardee (K.h sec
ond, Kuiilukau IP); thlid. Kaai (K);
distance, 10 ft 11 lu ; Island leeoid,
10 ft. 0 in.
llioad Jump l'lrst, Pa IK ), second,
Bailey, (P.), third l)o)cr (M. I.); dis
tance, 10 ft, 4U In., Island record, 20
feet 11 In.
12-pound hammer throw l'lrst,
Richards (K,); second, Hcncnr (P.);
third, Dole (P), distance, 120 ft. I'j
In ; Island record, 103 ft. 3 In
The olllclols of the meet were as fol-
COOD MAUNAOLU CONCHUT.
W11II11U11, April 12 ino concert giv
en nt .Matinaolu Bemliuiy. Pala, last
evening was quite large!) attended
The cntertalnniint consisted of singing
nnd piano solos li the school glils.
1 1 hose who attended the exercises were
well lepald for their tiouble for tho
singing of the girls was all that could
bo desired The reielpts netted very
I handsomely and will gu tnvvnids the
Sloro Work than Play "Does sho
play whist'" "No Sho makes tho
woist work of It )ou over siw "Phil
Athletic Committee Clifton J. Tra
cy, Sliirlnn A. Check, W W Hauls, E.
Captains Kiimeliameha. U. Lemou;
Aitlller), Lieut Behr, Y. SI C. A, I".
Young, Piinnhnu, W. Williamson,
Slullu lllnia, P. Benson.
Hefcrcei 1'. Young.
Slarshnl-C V Cbllllngivorth.
Cleric nf Course J. L, lorbcrt.
Starter W. II Babbitt.
Scorer I) L. Conlclliig.
'Ilmekcepers I'. J. Ki tiger, A. Wft
tcrhouso, II. SI. A)res.
Judges at 1'lnUh Llout. Behr, P
Slorsc, David W. Auderson.
PETITION I'Oll MIJ8 MAYIilttCK.
New Yolk Airll 4 Women of the
Knv Yoik Legislative League will. It
Is iiiinniiiiiid, Hind n memiiikil tu King
IMvviird pra)ing that on the occasion
of his cuiuimtltm lie will paidoii Sirs
riorcuce Ma) In It K. The) lute their
petition, nut on the theur) of her In
noience, but on the giouud that she
alrcad) bus suffcied sullh lentl) fur nil)
crime she ma) have committed
Your amateur photographic work
will ho well done If taken to Honolulu
Photo Supply Co.
J. De Turk's Table Wines
Justly known to bo tho CHOICEST
CALIFORNIA PRODUCT. A largo
supply of tho different varieties Just
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Chocolate and Confections.
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New Map of Oahu.
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Tho best tho markets
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from tho dining room. . .
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