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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU. II. T., TUKSDAY, APHIL IS, 1902.
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H " each 1
Fop two or three clnys we ore olferlnfj the nbove bfirgnlnF.
Wo will send price list find pictures of unythlng In our line
II you call or write.
COYNE FURNITURE CO., Ltd.
ProgreBB Block, Corner Fort nnd Heretnnlo 8ts.
THE CHICAGO $50.00
Tln Hawaiian Association Football
l.earue. held n meeting last night lu
1b rooms of the Scottish Thistle Club
to fnrther connldcr the plan of cede
T'fntlng the IltiNli of a most successful
reason by u smoking concert. Tut!
members present were unanimously In
favor of tin- project ,inil It wns arrang
ed that the conceit should be liehl (in
i-i.rt.iy, Mu S, 111 the Han Antonio Hall
m Vlncyanl stiect. tins festivities to
i cwTirnco at S p. in.
'rt'e following committees wcic ap
pended to carry out the airaugements
lor the entertainment, cik.1i of the
team which took part during the rea
son being represented by two men:
Hall Committee W. .MeWhlrtcr
(Hrmohilus), A. S, Guild (Hackfeld-
Dniei), and Chester Chamberlain
I'rtgrani Coiuuiltlrc Dusenber,
ftluikfcld-navlcs). t). w. Andrrpon
(Wanderers) nnd J, Sokes (Wander
HefrcHhment Committee Norman
K.iy (Honolulu) and J. ( McOlll
A H. Guild was appointed treasurer.
l'Jayera nnd suppoitcrs alike will
inntrlbuto to the pingrnm, which will
' of a musical character.
During the evening, tho challenge
' ip will ho presented to the Malic
Uiinai, the champlou team of this year.
T-I(ets for the entertainment will bo
11 and will he far wale In n few dns.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
New York, April 8 Sugar Haw,
weak, Fair lellnlng, 3c; centrifugal,
PC test, 31ic; molasses sugar, 211'. lie
fined was steady.
Air Geo. W rittli. with Slmpion & Miller. San rranclieo, Cal . 411 MoMKOtrery Si.
Say on March 16, ton. "Ae I laid I have rut the Chicago In tiw oM.l w'ktc I i; t
of ibt hlgh-trlced machines, an! I conr.fatulate you on the
S.l?A.M.t04 loP.M..rlrhSy the llde of Smllh'a.andthe Bar Lock machine- and tn e-rrlovtl KMim
ti..M m.rhl,,... ,.l I rnn,a,iilat Vft.l nn th. M
(f.ramond-liar Lock, and have run a Smith lor tears, but I would not tichanei The CUta.e fir any
It will told lit can ai.lnt any
roductlon of thli lit! t Seac-v 1 have ewn d a
them. Trim II does not need a drayman to carry It atound
Examine thl Typewriter at the loeal agency.
at a time payments".
WALL, NICHOLS CO
Machines told en ' little
f: ir"-, , A t-att ,?!ij(rffiww
Only a personal Inspection can glva
you an Idea of the valuo of theso cots.
They consist of seven pieces of the
I'.nefct wood beautifully finished, and
nre a bargain. Coino and seo tUaiii.
J. HOPP & COMPANY, J
LEADING FURNITURE DEALER8 '
Corner King and Bethel Streets 0
DISASTER AT GLASGOW
Glasgow, April 0. The cisu -tlty llttR
ft tho llnov I'nrK disaster, when u
number of persons were killed or In
jured by tho collapfdug of u spectators'
Ptand during the International football
game yesterday afternoon brtween Hn-l-land
and Hcotland, have bren complet
ed today. They eclipse all the reports
an J estimates of the casualties which
v.-ere current last night.
The disaster has resulted In the death
of twenty-one persons and the Injury of
250 Ne.irl -00 of the latter are so
oerlously hurt that thy were taken tu
Jnflrmailes for operation and treat
ment. One hundred and fifty of them
tlll remain In the Infirmaries. A large
proportion of the Injured hail llmlu
broken, bodies ci tubed and mangled.
and heads nnd faces Kiislud. feeral
more deaths will undoubtedly result
from the most critical casei. of frai lur
Today the luilimarlis woiu heslegcd
liy friends nnd ndatlics of the victims
of the disaster, and In .u trending stencs
were witnessed when the names of
tliose who died today wero posted out
Ido the buildings.
The actions of tit authorities at
lbrox Park In averting a panic by per
mitting the game to pror cod, while they
encouraged the Impression of tha
crowd within the Inclosuro that the ac
cident was not mi direful. Is no gen
erally commended. The Incongruity of
the yells of applause mingling with tin
groans of tbo struggling suffeieiu will
never be foi gotten by those who wit
ncEscd the scene at the tear of the ter
II. W. Voster, Jeweler. IBS Hotel St.
Miss Mary Alexander lcaes tor Maul
In tho Claudlne this afternoon.
Nicely furnished rooms, Popular
House, 1219 Kort St., $1.B0 per week up.
Treasurer W. 11. Wright and wife
wero p-isiiigeis lu the Kluaii today for
W. l- Drake, of tho V. S. Ittjtrmte
oUlce left lor Ilnwall In the Mnuiia l.o.t
Max Sehlemmer of Lnysan Island
fame returiiB with IiIb family to Kaua
today. II lank books of nil sorts, ledgers, etc.
manufactured by the Ilullctln Publish
Your amateur photographic work
will bo well dono If tal.cn to Honolulu
Photo Supply Co.
Mrs. Waller Hoffmann will sing nt
tho Y. W. C. A. song service on Thurs
day nt 12:30 p. m.
Tho ship Tails of Clyde, Captain
Mntson, sailed from S'iu I-'rnnclieti on
the "til Inst, for llllo.
W. T. Dilgham, curator of the l!er
nice IMiiahi lllshop Museum leaves foi
Kauai In the W. (1. Hall this afternoon.
A list of the newly elected ollUcr.e
of tho Inter-Island Steam XnWgatlou
appears under New Today on page
A MAN'S DOUBLE DECKER
HAS A "LANAI" EXTEN
SION SOLE - SELLS FOR
J. H. FISHER
Stock and Bond Brokers.
FIRE A880CIATION, of Ptilladtlphttv
WESTERN A88URANCE CO, af To
ronto. Offices Stangenwald Bids-
chant Street. Tel. lualn I6J.
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE
Honolulu, April t? loot
NAWL Ol S.TOCK
C. Brewer ftComeany
L.B. ICarr Co.. LU
ea Planfatlon Co
Ca Hal It
Pall ip 5 I
WE ARB IT'6 SOLE AOENT8
McINERNY SHOE STORE
f OOO W
S, Decker takes charge of W, W
Wright's business during his nhseiic-
from the city. See ad under New To
day. Iloiirbnn Whiskey", C yenrs old, $3.50;
Claret, CO cents; 8hcrry and Tokay, 75
cents a gallon nt Hoffsehlncger Co.V,
The bark IMwnrd May, Cnplaln Han
sen, was scheduled to sail for Makewel'
by way of this poit, from San 1'rau
elseo, on the JOth Inst.
what it means
to the housekeeper
In ordering canned frultB, Jel
lies, Jams, olives, etc., the
housekeeper may feel assured
that S. & W. aro tho highest
standard of excellenco In tho
We guarantee every can of
S. ct W. goods sold from our
store and havo yet to hear of a
dissatisfied customer. When or
dering nsk for tho S. & W.
Drand. Wo recommend It know
Ing It will please you and make
H. MAY & GO.
The Popular Grocery.
22 TELEPHONES 24
according to tho opinions
of physicians and food ex
perts, wo have all the best
of the many breakfast
foods now on the market.
There Is one that has bo
come tho mobt popular of
all foods simply because
Us work and results tell
quickly nnd satisfactorily.
Come and we'll tell you
confidentially which will
suit you best.
LEWIS & GO.
EAGLE BREAKFAST CHEESE
FRESH CEREALS, ETC
FORT STItEET, nlioc Bcretnnln
Ping pong has evidently come to
btay In Honolulu. Arrangements are
at present being made for the forming
of a ping pong league nnd maidens fair
will soon plug tin pong with tho young
men who Hud foothall mid baseball too
tiring for their muscle. It. A. Jordan
tho father of local cricket, Is also fa
thering the. plug pong game througli
Its present teuder stage of develop
ment. Ho nnd A. T. Mlb-s hae hulled
forth a challenge that they will pong
to a Jlnibh Messrs. A. L. Ahlo and
Young some night this week, the exnet
dato of which has. not ut jet been de
On tho same occasion there will
probably also be n game between the
Mlracs Jul dun, Mrs, Ahlo and anothei
lady, and other games.
A number of local plng-pongers hau
been Invited to attend the utvnt and
also a number bf people who ain tak
ing an Interest lu the game and who
promise to develop into plng-pongers
In the future. The eient will be of
more than usual Interest as this will
probably bo the Initial step touards
tho formation of it ping-pong nssocla
linn, oue of the thing most needed at
pnscnt In this city tu make 11 entirely
1060 FORT 8TREET.
SMO Two Telephont 240.
NEW BOOKS !
NEW BOOK LIST :
"Tho lllghts of Man," by Dr. Lyman
r'nhles for the Fal," by Josephine
Sir HIcbard Calmndy," by Mnleh.
"Stephen Callnnrl," by Julian Htnrgls.
'French Revolution and Ileliglons"
(Heform). by Sloane.
"'Schley and Santiago," by (Inihani
'Forna Oordyeeff," by Maxim Oorky.
Uneso nre only sevin of tho now
books, out we have seventy times
seven Just as good nnd as Interesting
J. M. WEBB,
Uoolmeller and Stationer.
NATIVE BOY WANTED.
lloolaul, a young Hawaiian boy, Is
wanted by tho police. He was arrested
the other day on the charge of mali
cious injury, he having destrocd some
of the pioperty of u Japanese who
swoio tu tho wariunt for his arrest.
'Hie case was called In the Police Couit
but neither tho boy nor the Jupaucso
tinned up. The police hue learneu
that tho defendant went to the JaMU
oro and paid hlm $1.50 to pay for tun
damage whUh he had done The Ja
panese nictpted tho money and told
th' hoy that he would nttend to the
aintter of getting his cae.,ilropped In
the Polite Court. The hoy evidently
believed what uus told him hut the Ja-iuih-.c
did not cany out his part ol
RICH STRIKE IN MONTANA.
Virginia City, Mont.. April 7. Ono
of the richest gold sttikes In tho Stain
hai hern Hindu In tho Kearsarge mine
nt Summit. The vein Is over a foot
In width. It Is reported to ho almost
pure gold. The property Is owned by
CharliH Millard, son of United States
Senator .Millard of Nebraska.
Kv. ry Day Affoul.i New Proofs of tho
P-eiillar elTiiits of PAIN-KII.l.Kll. In
iis-'S whero it disordered condition of
c slniiiiu-h, llur nnd bowels is com
ijln"d with great debility, nervous
weakness, mid Inlense melancholy, Is
li'e is nre iiiiiM lienefli till and wonder
imI It should lie kept hy overy family.
A wd substitutes, there Is hut ono
1'aln Killer, Pen- I)ul8 Price 25c and
Thompson uf Kamcbamcha
school will give a lectuic lu the Y. W.I
C. A Oil. mining Thursda afternoon
at 5 o'clock. Her subject will bv.
' Mattel s Peitalnlng tu Health."
It. W. Cotidon lcntcs for Maul In the
Claudlne thlj evening. He leaves I).
II, Scott hi charge of the patrol until
his return. Any matters that dn not
reiulro his Immediate action will be re
ported to the High Sheriff or Deputy.
The legiilar monthly business meet
ing of the Young People's Society of
the Christian church will be held on
Thursda) evening, April 1", at the resl
dHice of Mr. and .Mrs. W. I.. Hopper,
cornel' of Kccnimiiikti mid DouiluU
News has reached this Ity from
Manila that Dr. Wlnslow, tho former
Government physieloii of Koolau, who
left hern some tlnid ngo. Is at prvsunl
lu that city, where he Is holding f.
sood Government position.
Wong Slug, a Chinaman, was fluifl
1U mid int Is lu the rol lie Court this
founoon on the charge of heedless
driving. It appears that the China
man diotc Into a hack of a Japanese,
causing some slight Injuries to the lac
Among the lusseugtrs who dcpall
i'd In the Kluaii for Hawaii this noun
wus Jured Smith of the United States
Agricultural Hxpeilmeiil Station who
goes to llllo to organize u f.nmeis' In
stitute for the big Island. He will bu
nbucnt for about two weeks.
The case of ,J (. Axlell, ihnrgul
with ciiihcrrtf input, cuuio up for trial
In the Police Court this forenoon. A
nolle inMfHl was enteiul us the
prosecution was not lu po.'si'iiiloii of a
ulllclcnt iiuiiiuut of evidence to wai
r ant proteedlng with the case
Among the passi'iigeis for Hawaii
uud Maul lu thu Milium l.on this after
noon was L. K. Ueeho. Honolulu agent
for the Globe Nnvlgatlou Company,
who goes to Piiunliiii on it business
trip In connection with bin eomiiany.
Captain Merger ami the members of
tho Gowrnmcnt band left for Ijihaliia.
Maul, In the Klnail today. They will
piny In the pilnelpal towns on Maul
uud wTIl be back on Sunday. The Loyn
played a number of selcittons as tho
Klnau was about to depart.
Among the departines for llllo and
wny ports In the Klnau today were the
rcilliiivlni" Hpv. IV II. MiiiIm'H. Mrs.
1(1 II. fleie. H. 1 Low- Wm. A. ltlllll-
say, High Sheriff und Mrs. Drown, II
S. Griggs, Gen W. IlulHt-liIc.it, Captain
II. Ilcrger, H. P. Mable nnd Mis. Krauk
Papers In the suit of M. W. MiChts
ney & Sous vs. Mm Kona Sugar Co. uud
the Kliht Aiiierliau Savings & Tenst
Co. of Hawaii, Ltd.. for a lien mid tho
appointment of a receiver, have utih
c d from Hawaii and are now lu the pod
chbIoii of the police uuthoiltli'S. The
ami will i nme up befoin Judge lMlnf-'J,
l.eiihl Cnnpter. No. 2, Order of tlo
Kithtern Stur, will gle their 1'lrst All
nlversnry Hall, which was postponed
March 31, at Progress Hall, Tutsdav
evening, April 15, 1002; for the Ma
soiile Kraternlty and their families.
Tickets Jl.Ort, admitting two persoiiH.
ihuirlng ut 1 o'floek. Tickets cull ho
had at H nson, Smith ic Co., or of ail
of tho nicnihers.
Admiral Knbley ('. Kvans, who was
a passenger ou his way In tho Gaelic
to take charge of the United Slatet
squadron In Asiatic waters, has been
orrt nil day long with Admiral Merry
and Col. Samuel Paiker. He and hl
party, among tho members of which
aro a number of ladles, aro about see
ing tho various points of Interest.
Among the passengers for Kona In
the M.imiil I.na this noon was Cecil
HiTwii who goes tn lit tend to snmn
matters of business. Tiler-) were ril
mois curiiut that hu Intciic'rd to gn to
the Volcano and thn Puna district for
the purioye of n'lt inline to sonio ina
lers lu cniinect'on with Mio mineral
water scheme of which he 's ono of tho
1 promoters However, tr Pi-own hlm
self s'nles Ihnt he 's not tolng on nnv
such lav. Ho will be u tlieKona dls-
i trlct dm lug his absence .
II.WHiiBUniuu'iciiei'V ' ' itws, 1
Hawaiian Com ft So Cfl I e.tti.eiol IOM
ii. .: - .- ' i
i Hawaiian aurar eo
Honokaa Surer Co
Haiku Sii(ar Co ....
ruiuku Plinlallon Co
Klpahulu Sotar Co. .
Koloa Surer Co
Chu Suai Co
Ookala Surer Plan Cc
Olia Sj. Co . Lid .
Jlaa!uCo Lid flue
. Paauhau Su. Plan Co
I Pacific Surer Mill. ..
Pala Plant! Ion Co .
Pereekeo Si u r Co
l Pluneer Atlll Co .
1 Pioneer .Mill Co Atkee
Walalua Ann Co
Till wei-K we will hoi J. a fpec
l.il sile of
OC S I YLES of skirts trimmed
" with embralJery mj wash
1 ,icr. All our unJetwcir i
made in sanitary factories by
white labor. Our rrl fr tll,s
week on skirts you will find the
lowest tint hlRh Viv, well
liiiihcJuiuWtf.i'evcrw.isrl.iceJon s.ile In tills town. The bargains
we are ofie-itiR vnu cannot dupilcitc aRtln. Wc mention some of our
grc.it v alue :
Etra w Me sUlrts made frum good
muslin. 2 rows tucking, ) Inch lor
clmn U.-e with l Inch laser- CO
Walmea Mill Co
Wilder SlramhlD Co
Hawaiian I l.tltlc Co
Hon Harld T. k I Co
Oatiu Ky&L Co
Mutual telerhone Co
Pcorle's Ice ft H I'e Col
First National Pank .
first AS Ban ftTCo
Hawaiian (iov a rer cent
llllo RU Co 6 per rent
Hon Rarld Transit .
twa I'lanutn orercert .
a eso.oon tee
Qih.i U ft L Co per c
lahu I'lanlatlen arc
Olaa I'lantatlun 6 r. c. I
walalua Aglicul ope
The bark Olympic, Captain Kvnns.
arrived nt San I'ihiicIsio nn thu 7th Inst
front Honolulu after n fair trip of H
days The schooner II. C. Wright, Cap
tain Nellsen, 21 days from liana,
reached San Francisco on the same day.
All out 2,00, 2,25 and 3,00
Skirts Ate Record Breakers.
FULL WIDTH SKIRTS
maJc from gooJ mir-lln, well tin
WieJ, tiukcJ and hull l.tcc I OC
On sale ,,t0
GRAND WINDOW DISPLAY
Each Garment Marked
in Plain Figures
STOCK AND BOND BROKER.
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE.
Orders for tho purchase or sal. ot
Btocks and bonds carefuly and prompt
ly executed. Loans negotiated
Office Room 401, 4th floor, Staitflen-
wald Dldg. Postofflce box 390; Tale-
phone Main 331,
PACIFIC IMPORT COifY
I MODEL IILOCK
Ilcnlcln, Apill 7.-During the storm
last night the steamer Zealandla. which
wus used as a Government transport,
hut for several months past has oetn
anchored In tho strait between this city
' and Martinez, dragged her anchor and
drifted against the wharf nt the Agrl
Honest dental work
at honest prices
The New York Denial Parlors nro
,..i,i.,f ii. ,w tiiniiain'mont and aro turn-
lint- out ih.t best kind of dental work cultural Works, where slm ran aground
'- . . . 9 I Ml 111., IflUlkUt I MI A -. ..- ..lwlm ll.A
known lo tne pron'ssiou m t """ Tin crew goi up sieaiu, iiuu, im mo
prlres ever linnv n in iionoiuni. ul( ot ,), ,,8U tide mis morning, auc
Eiieb depiirtuiint In ehnrge of n spo-1 c,.cii,.(1 n R,.tting loose and made safe-i-lnllst
und our operators are Rrl0 u- uut t ,, ,,aiinel again,
ilentlsts of thn best-recognlred schools
I.. .1... it w I II at uiirin .... .
hi in., w. o. "-,.. ,. ... veekly edition of the Dulletln si a
Vl HUM' II llirRIT Mini mi"' '" "'"
er dental office In the city; wo hno,year
the best plate workers', crown nnd
bridge specialists, and In fact nil
hi finches of dentistry us practiced by
us aro strictly up to date. .
Wo can snve you money on our den-1
...t ...Pt w.. uiti ti.ll von lii ndvnnce
cnetly what your work will cost by
a free examination.
Halstead & Co., Ltd
MONEY ADVANCED ON SUGAR
921 Fort Street
TEL. MAIN 133.
A. C. LOVEKIN.
STOCK AND BOND BROKER,
REAL ESTATEJND INSURANCE.
403 Judd Building.
GOLD CROWN8 ,.
iffil 1 1 if 1 ,Vlle7
1 ijfliKEr wr vpiaJijy
All our Instruments nre thoroughly
sterllUed before use.
New York Deiital Parlors
loom 4, Kllte Uuilding, Hotel aueo
LADDC3 IN ATTF.NDANCF
Hours, S a. tu. to 6 p. a.
Snndnys. 9 a. m. to IS u.
CURTAIN WEEK AT
a.N HOUR IN THE MORNINQ
rHE 8AME HOUR EVERY HORNING
or afternoon, given to dictation, will
Keep your correspondence "cleaned
up." Try It a month.
J. D. AVERY, Business Correspondent
Regularity! Certainty; Despatch!
Tel. Main 78. 0 :4B. Elite Blrig
MtvCB Nakulna Is ut present working
on n trunslatlun Into English of till
hook. "Pnkn a me Ku-a I'uKuu." which
undo Its appiH'MUce a tounlo of weeks
mo. This hook, which treats uf the
Mfe of BOtno body u ivunts of Ke.tvve
'liilamul. the King of llavvail. his csnn
lal Interest as It contains the mimes
if thn winds of all the different lu-
cull! Its on theso Islands,
NO. 10 KTOIill
300 PAIRS CURTAINS
from 50 cents a pair up,
The bcHt collection In the city mill much
lower tluin ukiiiiI price, for
ONE WEEK ONLY.
Ccniiiieiiciiip: Mon. ITIli