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DVENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU. H. T MONDAY, AVML J.4.M902,
WITH IDE niFire
Beginning on their second week this
evening, the Kllcfords will present
Dion Houcleault's great piny entitle!
"Tho Octoroon or I.lto In toulslana."
Tho piece has n veiy strong plot and l
For two or three days we nre offering the nbove bnrjJnlriB.
Wc will send price lint and pictures of anything In our line
If you call or write.
COYNE FURNITURE CO., Ltd.
I'rogregB Illocle, Corner Fort and Ueretanla 8t8.
THE CHICAGO $50.00
Mr. G4. W ritth, with Simpson & Miller, San Francisco, Cil , 411 Monteorrry St.
Siv on Mrch t6, 1700, "A I tild I haw put the CtiUago In tne office hit It It t wnk from
l.j A. m. to 4 jo P. M fltht by Hie IJe of Srallh's.andiheDar Lock machines and rrv errploytr luittnn
Uhei at til capacity and auperlor quality of the work gf the Jjo machine It will huld it on ay nt any
of the hlen-prlcei machines, ani I coneratulate you on the reduction ol this l'tt'e beauty. I h.i? rwn d a
rfjTnmond'Uur Lock, and have run a Smith fur ears, b.t I would not exchance The Ihfciro fcr any tf
Machines sold on "little
them Then It does not need a draj man to carry It around
Examine this Typewriter at the local agency
at a time payments
WALL, NICHOLS CO., LTD.
'".m.m i' "! '.tffti
W"rJV a? ?25g$
lull of comedy llaliy Lillian and Little
Dyclyn who appear no plccanlnlcs, will,
with MIpr Ada Lucas, picscnt new
and pleasing specialties.
On Wednesday and Thursday. Uron
son Howard's Ideal society comedy
drama "The Ranker's Daughter" will
lie clvcti with tin- entire tonipnny In
Trlday and Saturday the successful
popular play depleting life In New York
nnil Texan, entitled "ISertha" or "A
Man of the People." Iiy Milton Noble,
7111 bo presented. This plce will hn
mterentlng to all.
At the m.illnee Saturday "The Octo
roon" will bn repeated. Ue sum and
let the little ones sec llaby Lillian and
Llttlo Evelyn as the plu-annlny twins.
Only n personal Inspection can give
you im Idea of tho value of theso sets.
They consist of seven pieces of tne
fined wood beautifully finished, and
arc a bargain. Come and seo them.
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., tho
housekeeper may feel assured
that S. & W. aro tho highest
standard of excellenco In tho
We guaranteo every can of
S. & W. goods sold from our
stoie and have 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
H. MAY & GO.
Tho Popular Grocery.
EAGLE BREAKFAST CHEESE
FRESH CEREALS, ETC
FORT STREET, nbove lleretonla
London, April 4. The will of Cecil
Rhodes proldcs for the establishment
Of colonial scholarships, as previously
announced, and two American scholar
tblps to each of the preent States and
Territories of the Vnlted States. The
will of Ithodes alrei provides for flvn
scholarships for students of Herman
hlrth nt Ovford to be nominated by
Emperor William and commenting on
!n- bequest. Ithodes -n n codicil tele
graphed from South Africa said: 'For
r, pood understanding between Kn
gland, Qcrmany nnd the I'nltrd States
will secure the pence of the world,
and educational relations form tho
All the Rhodes scholarships, Ameri
can, colonial and (Senium, are nt Ox
ford. Rhodes' will Is a remarkable and
voluminous document of more thau
3C00 words. Even this Is not the eutim
will, as the executors only gac out the
portions which they consider to be of
public Interest. There Is a codicil at
tached on the day of the deceased's last
departure from England, ami another
tatded from Cape Town leaves .C 1000
yearly to keep up the spot In the Ma
toppo Hills wheio his remains ate to
ho burled. The will further directs
that a railroad extension be made Into
the Matoppo 1 tills, so that vlsltois may
go there at the week end to inspect tho
"majesty and glory of their surround
inrs." Ithodes explicitly says he is to be bu
rl d in an aperture rut In the solid
reck, surmounted by a brass tablet
bearing tho words:
"Here He the remains of Cecil John
No one rise Is to be burled thcic who
has not deserved well of his (ountry.
thodes bequeaths all his landed
property near llulawyo and Salisbury,
both In Matabilchmd. to trusties
mhum ho directs to cultivate the land
for tho InMriK tlmi of the people ot
Ilhodesin. Ills celebrated country
placo near Cap- Town Ithodes leaves
as a residence for the "IMIine Minister
of tho federal f!o eminent of South
Africa," with CUuO )car!y for its
LOCAL AND GENERAL
New York, April 1. Sugar Raw,
weak; fair refining, 3 3-32e; centrifu
gal, 86 test, 3 19-32e; molasses sugar,
2 27-32e. Refined was steady.
II. W. Kostcr, Jeweler, 1B8 Hotel SL
Mrs. V. A. Kinney Is back from
Nicely furnished rooms, Popular
House, 1219 Fort St, $1.S0 per wcclt up.
flomrs & McT!ghere sole agents for
tho celebrated I. dc Turk's California
The names of the newly elected oin
ccrs of the Hawaiian Really & Matur
Ity Co. appear on pago S of this Issue,
Judge Robinson has Albert K. Na
u Mil's suit against Hakalau Planta
tion Co. under advisement on demur
Kastmnn pocket folding kodaks nil
sizes, for sale, nt Honolulu l'hoto Sup
ply Co. at 20 per cent below regular
Dourbon Whiskey, C years old, $3.50;
Claret, 00 cents; Sherry and Tokay, 75
cents a gallon at Hodschlncgcr Co.'s,
Why pay a commission; J. W. Hall
will tune jour piano for $2.30. Former
ly with tho Ilergstrom Music Co, Ad
dres P. O. Ilox 173.
The 1. I. S. N. Co. will pay a divi
dend of Ha per cent on Its capital
stock tomorrow. This was decided
upon nt a meeting held this morning.
Tho trnnspoit Sherman Is scheduled
to sail from San Francisco on the fitb
Inst, for Manila, via this port. Tin
Kllpatrlck was to lime sailed on th
2th, last Saturday.
The (llobe Navigation Company s
freighter Uurekn arrived at San 1'iaii
clsco on the Mil Inst., thirteen dny
from Kuliulul. Her sugar Is being dta I
charged ant Crockett.
The Hoard of Health held a special!
meeting this morning to talk oer cer
tain matters. There wob nothing gl
en out for publication, as the icgulai
meeting will be held on Wtdncsdaj
Tapa cushion covers at fifteen cents
each nie being offered by the Coyne
Furniture Co. for a leader for two or
three days. The goods me well worth
ten times the amount hut aie being
ask to see
according to tho opinions
of physlclanB and food ex
perts, we have all tho best
f the ronny breakfast
foods now on the market.
There Is one that has be
come the most popular ot
oil 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 ii Limited ll li
1060 FORT STREET.
240 Two Telephone 240.
A MAN'S DOUBLE DECKER
HAS A "LANAI" EXTEN
SION SOLE - SELLS FOR
J. H. FISHER
Stock and Bond Broka-s.
FIRE ASSOCIATION, of PWUdtlpsla.
WESTERN ASSURANCE CO, tf To
ronto. Offices Stanjenwsld IMf. M
chant Street. Tel. btola. Id.
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANQE
Honolulu, April (4. 's
NAVE oi stone
I pud vr
WE ARE IT'S 80LE AGENTS
McINERNY SHOE STORE
C. Bnwtr ACtnpifi,.
L.B. Km Co., Ltd...
Bt Planiitton Co ....
Htwillin Cen.fr Su Co.
HMlian 5a tr Co ....
Kibuku Plantation Co
K1 VI Plant Co Ltd,..
Kltt-hula Sugar Co
Koloa MfarGo . . .
iVcBrydtSuCo.,14. . .
On. "uj ai Co . .
Pnomea SaearCo. ...
OokalaSuEtr Plan. Co
Oil 5. Co.. ltd
NEW BOOKS !
NEW BOOK LIST :
"The Rights of .Man," by Br. Lyman
cables for tho Pal!," by Josephine
"Sir Richard Calmady," by Malch.
"Stephen Callnnrl," by Julian Sturgls.
"f'rench Revolution and Religions"
(Reform), by Sloane.
'"Schley and Santiago," by Graham
"Forna Gordyeeff," b Maxim Gorky.
'mese are only teven of tho now
books, out we hae seventy times
seven Just as good and as Interesting,
J. M. WEBB,
Bookseller nnd Stationer.
HW fM HIE COAST
The American-Hawaiian Steamsnlp
Company's chartered freighter llyades,
Captain Garlick, arrived in port at 11
o'clock this morning from Pan l-'ran-
(Jcco, having sailed out of the Golden
Gate on April S, In the morning, mak
lug the run to port in a little less than
'i lie ilyailcs brought C2 bags of mull.
Her f I eight Includes 2000 tons for this
port and 700 tons for Kahulul. She Is
docked at the company's wharf at the
!2wa end of tho hurbor and will Imme
diately commence discharging.
The llyades has a new purser. J. i:
dratca, formerly of the I'liclllc .Mall
Steamship Company, now has charge of
tho papers and valuubles aboard the big
freighter. This Is (!raes' first Islt
to tho l'nruiMso of thti 1'aclllc and lie Is
already very imali In love with Hono
lulu. "Graves Is u most popular man
on the Coast and Is Justly famed for
his geniality and Industiy.
A pleasant trlr was i-xpri Inued b.
the llyades, except for a little rough
weather during the first two cla s al
Just before tho llyades sailed from
Krandsi)o, W. L. Smith, tnc seconc'
mate, was stilcktn with heart failure
and was removed to the .Marine Hospi
tal. Another utile cr was shipped In 111
CJuuitei master Kearney of the Ocel
dental & Oriental steamship Gaelic
due from San Francisco tonight or the
lirst thing In the mninlng, was held ir
and robbed In San I'rnnclsco on til" 2d
lust., at the Second street bildge. Iiy
thiee men. He was lellcvcd of $.".. and
u sliver watch.
The nnnuil meeting of the stock
holders tf the Inler-Islaud Steam Na
vigation Company, which was ad
journed until the same time tomorrow
morning, that the stockholders might
have time to look over the proposed
new by-laws of the company. Olllcers
for the ensuing year will be elected to
morrow. The company will declare a
dividend of one and a half per cent
I. Dauson Kellett Jr. has rendered a
master's report on the second annual
account of Helen A. Holt, administra
tis of the estate of Janus R, Holt, de
ceased. He ireommends n sill change
of $f0 on commissions. The liabilities
of the cstuti- hue been reduced fioin
JHtiR..i:i to $s:i2t.G'J by the payment of
two claims. The estate Ih Invcultuled
at over $.12,000 In value.
Although all icrclpts fiom the Held
day sports of the Hoys' Ilrlgade at Ka
piolaul Park Satuiday nfteinoon hnv
not all been tinned In. It Is llgured that
the amount of money over and above
nil expenses In connect Inn with th,'
sports will amount to about $.'!00
While this Is a neat little sum. II Is not ;
SUlllcleut for the puipose that the tlelu
day was ai'rongcil and phllniithioph ;
Cltl7cns will be looked to for funds to
rarry on the good work of eHublishliii;
nil athletic Held for the Hoys' llilgade
Purser Ferguson of the steamer V
(1. Hull which anlved from Kauai yes
teiday nioinln, re-potts that lllack
stailt's butcher shop at Waliuea wus
desttoyed by 111 on Friday night anil
that Udward W. Horner, who was
asle-cp In the house nt the time', was
burned to death. The unfortunate man
was a butcher employed by llhickstadt.
Deceased leaves a son In Honolulu, S.
I,. Ilnruer, a dilver in the employ ot
the Consolidated Soda Water Worki
7 - r '.f II
5-t 1L It l
O bwitlu Corrranv
Pnuhau So, Plan C
Olaa Su Co Ltd f d up I I joo.ooo
Pacific Sugar Mill, . . yao.acl
rata riantj-ion v. 750,0c n
Pfkeo Si t C I ty.
monttr mmi 1.0 1 t30.ac.cj
rionftr Mill uo An 300
Wlua Atri Co ... la,joe,tocH
Walmra Mill Co
Hawaiian Lirctric Co
riitsweelt vewlll holJ a spti
Inl sate of
with embroidery and wnh
l..iie. All our unJcrwe.ir
made In sanitary factories by
white labor. Our prices for this
weeK on Alrts you will hud the
loweNt that IiIrIi j-raJe, well
imMieJ underwear ever w.i pl.icej on sale In thi town. I he bargains
we are offetlng vmi cannot duplicate agiln. We mention some of our
lion. Rirld T & L. C.
O.hn Krd l-C.
Pc.plt't liKI C.
Flr.l Kitlnnil fti.U...
First AS lUx&TC
tlawilUntfOv t rtrc.ot
Hon Hr t Trjnsll .. .
Cwi Planlil'n t r.r cnt'
O.hu I'Unuikn ipe
Olaa Plantation p, e
waiaiua aiocbi. ope
Alfred W Cutter, guardian ot the
property of Annie T K. Parker, a min
or, b hi attorneys. Robertson ft Wll
iler. has appeale-d from the order of
Judg, Humphreys disallowing his in
vestment In Mcllryde Suhar Co. Ixnds
Extra wide skirts tnaJe from good
miKlln. s rows tucking, ) Inch Tor
clion Lace with j inch inser- I nn
FULL WIDTH SKIRTS
m.iJc from Rood inulln, well hn
NheJ, t iJd and J hull lace I OC
All our 2,00, 2.25 and 3.00
Skirts Are Record Breakers.
GRAND WINDOW DISPLAY
Each Garment Marked
in Plain Figures
STOCK AND BOND BROKER.
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE.
Orders for the purchaso or uia el
stocks and bonds carefuly and prompt
ly executed. Loans negotiated
Office Room 401, 4th floor, 8tintjo-
wald Dldfl. Poitofflce box 390; Tele
phone Main 331.
PACIFIC IMPORT COIYI'Y
MODEL 1SLOCK. PORT STRllET.
Honest deiltal WOrk First Anniversary Ball
at honest prices
The New York Dental rarlors are
under new management nnd arc turn
Ing out the' best Mud eif dental work.
Known to the profession at the lowest I
pi Ices ever known In Honolulu.
K.ich department In charge of a spc
elallst and our npcintom are grailuato
dentists eif the. best-recognlie'il schools
In the' l'. H. or the world.
We have a largiT stalf than any oth
er dental olflie tu tho city; wo havo
the best plate- workers, crown and
FEDERAL TERM OPENS !:r' -':. i"..'
I us are strictly up to date.
I We can snve you money on your den
tal work. We will tell you 111 ueivnncu
F. O. B.
Will be (5len In Progress Hall on
AT 8:30 O'CLOCK.
Tickets In bn bad from memre.
Halstead & Co., Ltd
MONEY ADVANCED ON SUGAR
921 Fort Street
TEL. MAIN 133.
A. C. LOVEKIN,
STOCK AND BOND BROKER,
REAL ESTATE JND INSURANCE.
403 Judd Building.
(Continued fiom nngi 1.)
Peking, April 4. The negotiations
concerning the .Miinchurlan treaty bo
tvveen China and Russia have been eon
eluded. The terms of the treuty ire
understood to be satisfactory to the
United Btatcu, Great llrltaln and Japan
. . .. i "
self anil tin li tin' H'liiiiuitii'r or me ' VIltv whut jour
gland Jury, lie then ilillveii-d his fr nmluallon
'barge to the ni. v. 'SET -rEETH
Hi side's ailvlie on their general elu 'qoLD CROWNS
ties us grand Julius, In whldi he told qOLC FTLCTTJiiS
them the' tould deal alone with of-' 6ILVER FILLINGS
fc-USCH agiilusl laws of the Culled
States, Judge Estee called attention to
two special subjects fur their Invi'stl-
gallon. One of thete was the ellstllhi-1
tiou of lliiuor icintriiiy to the Internal
Revenue statutes. The other was the I
matter eif offenses on the high se-as i
They should have In mind that the '! I ,
of an American vcsul was In law pre
sumed to he American territory.
Judget Estee also Informed them ll
would ho their duty to luv litigate anv
alleged violations of the postal law
brought to their ulteiitloii by the Dis
work will e-ost by
lVi jEaSCIL1 -
POXIIALL KEENE INJURBU.
London, Apt II I. roxliull Keeue. the
American spoilsman, was riding with
the hounds, niur Ilorough Hill, Mel
ton Mowbiny, today, when his horse
fell at the Hint fence and rolled over
him. Mr Keene. who was iinionsclous
for it considerable time,, lecuvcrcd sulll
ihntly to be reiuiived to Dalby Hall,
tne home of tho muster of the fox
Bulletin. Tfe ner month.
WILL BUiCEED IMWOfilllV.
Washington, April I. Krang Sar
gent, president of the locomotive 1'lte
uicu, saw the I'li-sldent today and wiej
tendered the position of Commissioner
General of Immlgiiition. Sargeut uc
epttd the olfer. but he told the l'resl
lent that It would be necessary fur him
tu close up his liuslni'ss uffalrs ueforo
e could lake charge of the ulllcc. Tho
President Inciimid him he could havo
ill the time ho wanted. Meantime he
4 to familiarize himself with his new
duties It Is understood mat the rcaig
i.itlons of Mcsi'is. I'owdcily and Mc
.weeney lmvo liecti reiiusted Joseph
li.Munuy will siu'ecid the lutui, and
nseph Williams will be uiimcil soon to
eiicceed Commissioner of Immigration
l'"ltch ut New York,
All our Instruments are thoroughly
Btcrllle el before use.
New York Dental Parlors
Room 4, Kllto Uulldlng, Hotel tJtreei
LADIES IN ATTENDANCE
Hours, 8 a. m. to 6 p. n.
Suudays, 9 a. m. to li It..
CURTAIN WEEK AT
HAILORK ARE 8CARE.
San rianclscei, April 1. Six vessels
laden with freight for foreign ports me
now lying at anchor In the stream
uuiibel to will lieiiiusp of the scurcltj of
sallois. The vessels are the ship Ro
banc, bark llajard. ship Tlllle Star
buck, llciilarlg. Salvatore Clampl and
the Driimmulr. The vessels have been
unable to senile crews and will piwj.
lily lie compelled to leuialn iu port fur
some time. Ilecnuse Cinilulu Scott (if
the Itohane attempted to hcc'iiic non
union sallois the shipping niastera have
leflised to ship nun on bii.iid Ills ves
sel unless hi' pays them n hnivy luinus.
Tin' captain ieislsls In holding out
NO. 10 STORE
against their ilciiiaiuln
nllhniit a crew
and his ship Is
300 PAIRS CURTAINS
from 50 cents a pair up,
Tho bent collection In the city unci much
lower tliiin usual prices for
ONE WEEK O N L Y.
Commencing Mon. 17th