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UNPACKING FOR A
This vock wo aro ready with an entire now shipment
nf the prettiest goods cer displayed In Honolulu. Another big ship
ment hag arrived nnu Is now ready for Inspection. These goods aro
all new and of tho latest designs, colors, and finish.
These are tho latest fabrics
Wo hnvo them In black, cream and
WAIST PATTERN LENGTHS
IN NEW SILKS
Bishop Nichols Speaks
To Native flawaiians
Embroidered in Black
They are the very latest
Illshop Nichols addresses himself as
follows to the Hnvvalians who have
been associated with the Anglican
church In Hawaii:
Missionary District of Honolulu, St.
Andrew's Cnthedral, Honolulu, T,
11., April 12, 1902
To nil llnwallans who have been as
sociated with the Anglican Church
Mj Dear I'rlcnds With a cathedral
whlth Is a memorial of one King Ka
mchatucha IV, the cornerstone of
which was laid bj another King, Ka
mehamcha V, the propertj of which
was Increased by Queen lemma's gifts,
at the font of which Princes and Prin
cesses hae been baptized and at the
altar of which the) liae knelt some of
jour best and most trcasuicd tradi
tions arc built Into the walla nf St An
drew s, which bears Its ver) namo
from the death of Knmehameha IV, on
St Andrew '8 day, Nov ember 30. 18C3.
The foil i stalls of the cathedral canons
happily bear the natUc names, lolaul
I'oonialUcIaul, Kalcleonalanl and Kalil
Interested here In providing the scr
vices of our Prajer Hook which was
afterwards translated in jour own
tongue by Kamchumcha IV, v th i
preface from his own pen, and tiat
another association of ni) diocese1 n
California with the Hawaiian jplu
was the pi l liege of one of the hur hue
of the diocese. Trinity chtiieh tfan
l'rnnclsco, to have within Its wn'h and
to have their rector minister th last
rites before the remains wire brought
back to the Islands, over King K ila
knua at the time of his death In San
Francisco, In January, 1891.and Prime;
Kawananakoa and Kalanlanaole hnv
both attended our St. Matthew's school,
San Mateo, California And Tuesday
evening, the 22d, I hope to hae tin
pleasure of personally meeting as man
ns (an come to a reception for vvlilih
n committee Is making arrangement i(
to be mode definitely announced l.itei .
It would add to that pleasure If all Hi-1
wallans who have from time to tl-nu,
been Identified In any vvnj with tin"
American church would make the en-'
d :u or to conic, and all Hawaiian will
I MILWAUKEE BEER I
I Fred Miller Brewing Co. Milwaukee. I
FOR THE HOME
there Is no other light so convenient and satisfactory as the Incan
descent electric lamp NO DI9 AGREEABLE ODORS; NO SMOKE
OR DIRT. Alvvajs ready for uso wltn a soft steady and brilliant light.
Let us gIo ou figures on wiring jour house and it ou desire we
can furnish jou with tho new " H Y LO " LAMP, o o o o o o o
HAWAIIAN ELECTRIC GO., Ltd
King 8trcet. Telephone 300
Hoffschlaeger Co., Ltd.
King Street, near Bethel.
Silk striped and fancy linen affects. Come and see them. They aro
balmy In their Bottness.
Tho first shipment of NEW 8HIRT WAISTS arc to hand. They aro
right Co dato and this jear's vintage.
There Is an Immense assortment of ALL OVER LACES, EMDROID
ERIES and TUCKINOS In white, cream and black.
Tho largest and most arled assortment of APPLIQUE TRIM
MINGS and LACES over brought to the Islands Is ready for our pat
ions. The patterns aro exquisite In black, cream and white.
Our LADIES NECKWEAR department has been completely restock
ed with all tho latest. Somo of tho new things consist of laco collars,
bolero effects, cscurlal collars In black and cream, new neck ruffs, ap
plique lace collars Arabian effects, silk and muslin tics In dainty
shades and many other Ilttlo dainties.
lanl, two of them having been named , be welcome
since the American Jurisdiction began. VC arc told that during th
I need not mention Queen Emma's pci-
sonal good works as a communicant,
or the going out of so many girls from
thet Prior) ami of bojs from the lolaul
College of the worshippers within the
cathedral nave and the choristers In
the cathedral choir, or the several
beautiful memorial windows to I law a
Hans who have been taken to their
rest, Including one to the pathetic life
nnd death of the title "I'rlnre of Ha
waii ' to recall to ou how the cathe
j pars of the reign of Kamehameua I.
he had with him n deslte to Ic-itti
more of that Supreme Iking ' Tii oil"
true (Jod. the Creator und IttiW of tn
Universe" of whom Vancouver finii.
England had told him Hut the ' to.tt ti
er of the tine religion," for whom
Vancouver asked King (leoige bed not
come, nnd the Plrst Knmchjni-dii had
to leave It for his rojnl suicstnr, Kn
mehameha IV, and tho good Qui en
Wants United States
To Help the Boers
Washington, March 31. Iteprcsenta
tlve Sulzer of New fork toda Intro
diiccd In the House the following res
"That we sjmpathlzc with the heroic,
Iloers In their struggle to maintain
their liberty and Independence, and
protest In the name of liumanlt.v and
civilization against the continuation
Emma to foster the work of the
dral walls have had and arc having the chinch How they did this In their
fondest absoclatlons with join late pcrsoml Interest, their baptism, 'hell
nnd vnitt- tintlvn tonmic. Mt,nmntiiti timl. nltm r thn lftiU
In ccmlHB to bring to jou all cordial Communion, as when after an aJcldont, I "fr " 1'Rn1r1 Vi""rT,'I.tl!,,,.nT"iVi
greetings from the Ame.lcan church.l.hc King and Queen being 'hrov,,. out ifn" cs? or" the Unli d Stal be
let me first express to jou In the name i of their carriage, they had an espicl i. ,nR romnlUo(i to the principle of arbl
of our presiding Ulshop, our I applness celebration of the Holy Communion nt'lratiou for tl0 settlement of Interna
in nnuing mm tnrougn eiic lauors oi ; six o clock the next muminr -and It tinnal disputes, the President Is here
those who have been here tie cathe-g n happj coincidence that this Is tho
Ural chinch does tnncl roi ro much I ery hour of tin celebration in Hawaii
that Is precious to ou as a people Tho I once u month nt St Andiew's Cutho
American church rejoices that It can dral the King explaining "when
take up laclal assoclatlonn clustering liave iccelved signal mere let, there In
so closely around the central church uo higher form bj which we can cx
not to say other entireties of the new press our gratitude than the sacrifice
mlsslonarj district. As nn earnest of praise nnd thanksgiving" Wc le
thal It does so the two new canons member how the King sometimes uMttl
stalls, alrcadj referred to, have hj the as la reader how Que,i Emma poi
merliau church been named nftet soiiall) Interested herself In dlstilct
by respoetfullj requested to urge upon
the Government of Great Urltaln tho
wisdom of operating this nolle) foi
the purpose of stopping the awful
atrocities now going on In South Afrt
en ami that the 1'iesldent Is hereby
directed to maintain n strict neutral
lt between the contending forces and
prevent the shipment of contraband
goods fiom ports of tin' L'nlted States
to aid the British soldiers in South
Afilcn and respectful!) Inform tho
DRY GOODS COMPANY, LTD.
KnleleonalHUl and Kiilulanl, and In visiting societies nnd In forming guilds I British Government that ir tho war in
using the proper!) ever) endeavor will ' of Hawaiian communlctnes nnd hov. South Afiica Is continued It must be
be made to maintain the services and both found happiness In t Hiding spoil- eondue ted In accord-ince with the rules
church life of the Hawaiian people rum for Hawaiian child en I his iip-
I with the greatest possible emclcuc) for peats to the American church unci I nm
all. To this end I trust that all the I honing to have one or more of jour
cathedral stnlls ma) be mo'c full) en-j into chosen later to be trained lu our
Chicago April 1. A special featuro
of tl o.ettlon of today was the icHt
of the public pultc on the referendum
applied to the affairs of tho people.
The I allot held these propositions
For ovvnemhlp b) the elt) of Chi
cago of all atleet rallrouls within tho
eoiporate limits of Raid elty
l'oi ownership h) tho elt) of Chi
cago of gas and elcctilc lighting plants,
Mid plants to furnish light heat and
power for public and private use.
Ko the uomlnutlun of ull candi
dates foi elt) ofllces by direct vote of
the voteis at the prlmar) idee Huns tn
be held foi that purpose '
All the propositions cnirled b) a
Weekly edition of the Bulletin $1 a
Ideals aro all right, but facts and flg
ures nro more rcllablo and satisfactory.
It Is a fact that our optical work Is
giving entire satisfaction
It's a fact that wo havo no com
plaints, no "kickers", no dissatisfied
Our Ideals of tho optical business
aro high; our prices low; our work
A. N. SANFOBD,
Boiton Building, Fort Street
Over May & Co.
dowed and all who can. of those who
have been worshippers, or In any wn)
connected with the cathedral, the pri
ory or college, will rally aiound tin
church so that under American aus
pices Its opportunities und agencies for
the laec. ma) all the more realize the
legend of thn old shield of tho diocese
"He Lanaklla ma ko Kea" an e-spe-clally
fitting motto for this Eastertide
It Is pleasant for me to recall thn
fact that my predecessor In 'he diocese
of California, the Illght Itevrcud Doc
tor Kip. vvns one of the first nf ttion.i
Chiinh Dlvinlt) School In ".I'.lfnrnta
for the work of the niluUMy nmong
their people I am sure It will appeal
to )ou to use the service md npostcllc
means of grace In the church to oulld
up true and high chancier with the
help of Jesus Christ nnd to realize how
In Christ Jesus our Heavenly l'nthir
' hath made of one Mood til nations ot
men for to dwell on all the face if till
caitli ' I am )ours very sincerely,
WILLIAM P N'lt'HOI,
Illshop-ln-charge of the MWuorii
District of Honolulu
Beaver Lunch Rooms
Pont St., bet. Queen and Merchant
Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
Everything flrst-class. Complcto line
Key West and Domestic Cigars alwayi
H, J. HOLTE, - Proprietor.
FOR BRIGHT'S DISEASE
MRS. L. S. MESICK, Sole Agent
30 School Street, Honolulu.
H. Hackfeidjs Co., Ltd.
General Commission Agents.
Cor. Fort and Queen Street. Honolulu
C. Brewer & Co., Ltd.
Queen Street. Honolulu, T.
Hawaiian Agricultural Co, Ookala
Sugar Plant, Co , Onomea Sugar Co ,
Honomu Sugar Co , Walluku Sugar Co.
Makeo Sugar Co.Halcakala Hanch Co.
Tho Planters' I.lno of San Tranclsco
Packets, Chas. Tlrovvcr & Co.'s I.lno of
list or orFiccns:
C. M. Cooko, President; George
Itobertson, Manager; 13. 1 nishop
Treasurer and Secretary; Col. W. 1
Allen. Auditor: P. C. Jones. II. Wn-
tornouso and Geo. It. Carter, Directors.
WILL NOT COMPROMISE
Notice Served on Senator Piatt By
Democrats and By Lead
ot civilized vvarfaie and the provisions
ngrec d to ami adnptc d b) the Geneva
convention and The Hague ire-ace ion
v cation '
All sizes In quarter sawed oak and beautifully finished.
Large stock of
Extension Dining Tables.
Axminster and Smyrna Rugs.
Tapestry and Chenille Portieres.
Folding chairs to let for any occasion, nnd tho very best uphols
tering done. Elegant lino of furnliuro In nil departments.
PORTER FURNITURE CO., LTD.
Fisher Itlock, opp. Love Bid., Port Ktreet.
C. J. DAY & CO.--GROCERIES
Nccelrt No Crenm
o Needs No Sugar
122 KING STREET
o next to Bulletin Office
PHONE MAIN 119
DELEGATE TO BE SENT
TO ENGLAND AND SPAIN
Pope Overrules Objections Made By
Radicals on Account of Incidents
of the Reign of King
M. Phillips & Co.
Wholesale Importers and Jobber.
European and American Dry Goods
Fort and Queen 8t.
Fred. L. Waldron
P 0 Box 553; Te) Dluo 791; Room
3. Snrecke's nulldrLg.
P. H. Burnette
Real Estate and Conveyancing, Insur
ance and Collection, Notary Public.
Room 4, Mclntyre Building.
THEY NEVER GOME BACK I
Tho greatest discovery for tho do
structlon of tho greatest of posts
Kills thoso that como In and keeps
others from coming.
nvery housekeeper should havo a
sample box to uso; no danger from
poison. TRY A BOX. PRICE 25e.
HONOLULU DRUG STORE,
or P. 0. Box 330.
If youhave ttvm your ffil luve tlm ty jcqulrfi
bii titbit It l nnt ru-ctmry to Ihj te ture4 hy
corns ingrowing rutW bunions thl Ha ns etc
They may te cunJiht U your leel may be bn ken
o( their ba4 tublls You will be surrrlteJ not only
hiw much more easily n4 comtorUbl ouwill wilk
but with Iiom much more vigor ani forct ou will b
ablt to think ani act in all our business or social
Cal ani mi me about (Mi or ten J m word ani I
will call on you
Dr. W. R. Bogle,
Union Street above Hotel.
Confuluclon il office Irei
Washington April 4 The Tost to
morrow will sn Senator l'latt of
Connecticut, chairman of the Senate
Committee on Culm, jesterday lecelv
ed two notifications
One from the Democratic side was
to tho elfect that the minority piopos
ed to fight reciprocity at ever) stage
and had formed a compact organlza I
tlou for that purpose
Tho eillici etc me from a prominent
Itepuhliean, who stated that at tho
piopei time ho would offer tin amciiu
me lit to the It 1 11 declaring that leel
procitj should he coutingeut upon tho
agreement hy thu Cuhan Government
to n treaty with tho United States em
bodying the text ot the rlatt amend
nit nt tho Senator putting his state
uiciit on thu ground that ho feared the
Cubans, after they had formed a gov
eminent, would attempt to nullify the
l'latt amendment. Iloth notifications
vvctc the beginning of the fight that
is to be made, In tho Senate against i
tho enactment of thu moasuro
Sonutur l'latt suggested that If led
proclt was not to be eno)ee1 b Cuba
until a treat) had been signed aud
ratified, It would postpone until next
winter the promised icllet foi tho Isl
oppose $7,ooo,oto iiuiluin;.
Now York, March' 25. A special to
tho Sun from Washington sn)a Tho
plans of the Senate Committee on
t u t Buildings and Orounds for tho
erection of a S7,UOO,000 building for
tho Accommodation of thn Statu Do
partment Department of Justice and
exceutlvu lorco of thu WMlo House
have been ovci turned by nn intlina
Hon from 1'iesldent Roosevelt that he
dooB nut favor placing tho executive
offices In the i a no building with tho
other departments Tho project Is
also disapproved by tho Park Commis
sion which recently propnreci olaho
rato plans lor tho Improvement nf thu
elt Tho slto for tho committee's
building wus a sciuaro north of tho
Home, April S In splto of opposition
of Cardinal Hampollu, the Papal Sec
letary of Stute, the l'ope Ins decided
to send important special missions,
both to thu coronation of King IMwarl
and the festivities In Spain iitteniUiil
upon tho enthroning of King Alfonso
The cardinal's opposition to the scud
Ing of tho mUslou to I'ngtand was has
ed on the fact that tho llrltlsh 1'urllu
ment did not change the autUCitholh
formula of the nrtisxlon oath, and
Mgr Merr) Del Val, whom the I'outlf
designed to be chief of the missions,
openly refused to go while the present
wording of the oith Is maintained
Nevertheless, the mission will be nent
and probably will nrrlvo In Loudon n
few hours after tho religious ceremony
this will bo a lepctltlon of the diplo
matic mane uie carried out at tho coro
nation of Czar Nicholas II at Moscow
! Tho ciucstlon of the ndvlsablllt) of
the Papal mission to Spain wus due to
the compromises effected b) tho Queen
Itegcnt In nominating tho Spinlsh Am
bassador to tho Vatlran ns her reprc
scutntlvc at the Pope's Jubilee. Under
en (Unary circumstances u rojul prince
would have been appointed, but he)
would havo been obliged to also go to
tho Qulrlnal, thus treating a situation
full uf unpleasant possibilities III.
Holiness was much dlsplenfeed ut this
step nnd decided to bo represented at
King Alfonso's majority festivities hy
the Pupal Nuncio at Madrid. Tho mat
ter was smoothed over howevei, and
It Is now understood that Span will
send u (! ramie, with an Impoitnnt teti
line to MH'cl ill) Invite tho Pope to send
u lepiisentatlve who piohahl) will be
Caidinnl Vunnute 111 or Cardlnil (lie
tonl, both forme I Nuncios nt Maelild
lug the objection of the owners Just
vthnt tho eummlttee will do with thu
bill will bo detei mined nl its meeting
next week The cost of tho bulldlnK Is
coiihldeieel too great for but two do-
Would Unite Ail
Louisville K) March 3D The "Al
lied Part)," whoso purpose Is to
"unite nil reform forces agnlnst plu
tocrney " will meet In national eonven
t Ion here on April 22d. Allied parties
to he repicscnted nro the Socialist,
I'nlon i.nhor ami the Union Iteformcrs
ot Ohio, thu Public- Ow net ship part)
of St Louis, the Mutual pnit) neentl)
lorniid In Ohio and the Union Chris
The convention Is the outgiowth of
the prcllmltiar) conference of reform
elements held III Kansas Cit) last Sep
tembe i The name 'Allleel Part)' se
lected then was only temporary nnd
the Louisville convention Is to choose
a permanent name and effect a norma
ncut organization The platform will
invite "ull citizens who favoi political
lie lion Independent of the old parties'
National Chalimnu J A Parker
h.i)k that "nil delegates will attend
Tho advance guard has alread) arriv
ed Among those who are expected
to be hero are J 8 Te Her and (1 S
I'errls ol Illinois former United States
Senator William V Allen of Nebrns
ka Ii (la) lord Wilshlre formerly of
California. John lire Identical who was
Populist candidate for (iovernor of
Kansas last Sear. Dr Joseph i: Cham
bene of St. Louis known ns "tho I'a
ther of Populism ami Harry C
'Ihompson, candidate for Governor of
Ohio on the Socialist ticket
THE TRANSCENDENT ARC LIGHT
roo c. p.
Consumes nothing hut ordinary Kerosene
Oil. The best light known to science nnd
tho cheapest. Havo received tho Highest
Awards at tho Pan-American Exposition.
Suitable for store and halls, and nro In uso
In good many of our prominent stores
throughout tho city, such ns Wall, Nichols
Co, Honolulu Drug Co, Holllster Drug Co,
Meluerny Shoo Store, Kllto Ico Cream Par
lors, Hawaiian Hotel and otners too numer
ous to mention. Wo also liavo the same
Are Lamp to burn 12 hours, which Is suit
able for lamps to bo placed In )ards as a
protection against night prowlers. Our
lamps aie in uso throughout all the planta
tions For further particulars Inquire of
WASHINGTON LIGHT GO, C, W. Macfarlane, M'gr
BEET SUGAR MEETING
New York, Apill 2 The merlean
licet Sugar Compati) , vv hie h has u capi
tal slock of y 000 000 p-eferred and
Jt.r. 000,000 common, hebl Its annual
meeting ami elect Ion of dliectors In
Jerse) City jesterday The fol'oulng
were elected directors W 1 Oxnard,
James (! Oxninl, Diimont Clarke
(Icorgu Foster Peabod), IMwin M.
Iliilkluy Kalman Haus, Janus 0 Ham
ilton Itobert Oxnard und James A
The annuil financial statement sub
mitted to the stockholders vvns is fol
lows Sugar produced, 77 93.,000
pounds totul credits campaign, $1
021,017, total cost of opeiatloiiH ii
(.07 0.' I, gross profits, (SM.O'ife, cost of
maintenance, J3ij.',710, profits of cam
paign as shown by last statements.
JIOl 307 Deduction for general ct
pciihes and Interest. ?22'i 000 leaving
available for dividends, 1 220,007.
J. De Turk's Table Wines
Justly known to bo tho CHOICEST
CALIFORNIA PRODUCT. A largo
supply of the different varieties just
H. HACKFELD & CO., LTD.
SOLE AGENTS AND GENERAL DISTRIBUTORS
THE HAWAIIAN TERRITORY.
Hawaiian Engineering and Gonstrnction Co.
ROOMS 508, 509, 510 STANGENWALD BUILDING.
P. O. BOX 834. TEL. MAIN 71
AU classes ot Engineering Work solicited; Examinations, Surreys and Re
ports made tor any class ot Waterworks, Steam and Blectrlo Conetmctlom;
Plans and Specifications and Estimates Prepared, and Construction 8upri
tended, In all branches o( Engineering Work; Con t met a solicited for Rail
roads, Electric and Steaia; Tunnels, Bridges, Buildings, Highways, Founda
tions, Piers, Wharves, etc
Special attention given to Examinations, Valuations, and Report U
Propertied for investment purposes,
FREDERICK J. AMWEO, M. AM. Boc C. .,
Engineer and Manaisr.
W. R. OASTI.R JR . Secretary and Treasurer
CONVICTS TO MAKB 8L'UR.
state, war and Nftvy bin e ng. on
which nro Bltualed many old historical partment.
residences and tho commltteo recent-
I) ordered n favorable repoit on a Tho Evening Bulletin, 75 cents re r
bill for theli ncenilsitlon, notwlthstniid month.
Houston Tex, April 2 (Jovcinor
Sii)ors and tho I'enltrntlarj lloinl
have- reached u decision on the matter
of the erection of 11 sugar mill on the
State farm In Brazoria count), which
Is cultivated b) touvletH I ho propo
sition udoptcd provides foi the e.rei
lion or a Kin-ton mill to cost J.'e.S noo
unci to bo completed b) Oetobei 1' The
State has 2000 acres In cane on the
farm this Jciir, and wilt build 11 itill
road from the site of the proposed mill
to tho Biareis ilvci in ordei to ho lu
11 position to take advantage of water
tl asportation In moving the crop
HART & CO-,
ME ELITE ICE CREAM PARLORS
Fine leo Creams and Water lois.
Chocolate and Confections.
Tho Finest Resort In the City.
Try our "Elite" Oyster Cocktails.
Weekly edition of the Bulletin $1 a
New Mop ol Oahu.
k,otpitd from Government Surveys and Chirtt,
Mr of tutfir PUntcttionr Hiilwayi, ani Other
Heiutle Sourcci THB map is )8is iNCHrs,
with rtitil' coloring! and neat mounting mak
In a very uuful a well a ornamental wall map
THU PBICB Ot THB MAP 1$ $10 00 CoplCt (at
ht otialiMd from
JAS T TAYLOR,
P OlUoifog o4JuJi ftulUInr Hnotulut T. M
01 IMWAHAN NcTWS C.O , LTD
DECKER, FERNANDES & GO,
Real Estate Agents.
Wo also mako a specialty of enlarging
Office, cor. South and Kins Streets.
P. O. Bqx 321; "Phono 252 Main.
The best the markets
nrford served ind guests
havo full view ot tho Bca
from tho dining room. . .
L. H. DEE, Proprietor.
W. Betwlck, Manager.
Take the car to Walklkl.
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