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EVENING BULLETIN. HONOLULU. H. T., THCItSDAY. APML 17, 1D0I.
Pop tno op thrcs clnyn wo ore offering tho above bnrjjnlns.
We will send price list and pictures of tiny thing In otip line
If you cnll op write.
COYNE FURNITURE CO., Ltd.
Progress niook, Corner Port nnd Ueretnnln 8ts.
Now published In book form with English translations. A
work of many montlM now accomplished, making the only
booh of Its Kind to b li.ul containing the choicest Songs
of Hawaii Nel. Kvorybody will want a copy Come early
beforo the supply la cvhauslccl.
i -"J-W-. I mj JiMryPi
Only a personal Inspection can glvo
you an Idea of the valuo of these cuts.
They consist of soen pieces of tho
fnest wood beautifully finished, and
are a bargain. Como and sco them.
J. HOPP & COMPANY,
LEADING FURNITURE DEALERS
Corner King anil Bethel Street
what it means
to the housekeeper
In ordering canned fruits, Jel
lies, Jams, olives, etc., the
housekeeper may feel assured
that S. & W. are the highest
standard of excellence In the
We guarantee every can of
S. & W. goods sold flora our
stoie and have yet to hear of u
dissatisfied customer. When or
dering aslt for the S. & W.
Brand. Wo recommend It know
ing It will pleaao you and make
H. MAY & CO.
The Popular Grocery.
22 TELEPHONES 24
according to the opinions
of physicians ami food ex
perts, wo have all tho best
of the many breakfast
foods now on tho market.
There Is oiio that has he
come tho most popular of
all foods simply because
its woik unil results tell
quickly and sntlsfuctoilly.
Come and wo'M tell you
confidentially which will
suit you best.
LEWIS & CO.
it ii Limited it
1060 FOIiT STREET.
240 Two Telephones- 240.
43 HAWAIIAN SONGS
CO., Ltd., Publishers
?fS3$3T DGUIUUIII OB B
EAGLE BREAKFAST CHEESE
FRESH CEREALS, ETC
PORT 8TISEET, nbovc Ueretnnln
NEW BOOKS !
NEW BOOK LIST :
The Bights of Man," by Ur. Lyman
ables for the Pali," by Josephine
Sir Itlchard Caluiady," by Maleh.
"Stephen Callnari," by Julian Sturgls.
Krcnch Revolution and Religions"
(Hiform), by Sluaiie.
'"Schley and Santiago," by Graham
"Tornn Gorily cuff," by Maxim Gorlty.
'inese aro only seven of the new
books, ant we lime seventy times
seven Just as good and us interesting.
J. M. WEBB,
Uonksellcr und 8tutloner.
tired innabout, marl now O It
Tlir sun ess of the Kllcforil compa
ny at 'ho Orphptim 'luring the past ton
perfoimanecu ha been mot pronounc
cd Thl l a success wbi'h Is most
honovth earned, because th' indlvdu
nl aetois have not only don their own
work well but the pieces In their repei
tolrc have been produced with n tlior
ouglmen which Is worthy cf tho
greatest commendation. Tho . tn&en.
his ot opinion of the patron jb that
the company la one of the bust which
has it appeared In Honolulu
Last night the company piesentcd
"The Hankers Daughter" It was all
around an encellent representation. It
was as tood a performance rf n, socle
" '' lffro?
ty iliiiuiH as has hicn ffc outside ot
the big New York companies The
play Is by IlrowiiMin Howaid and has
some eiy sliong situations. Mr Scott Tin re was no regular meeting of the
was ot his best as John Shcblow, n role, 't!. council this morning. A Mc-
which Is well adapted to 1.1- tyle of,'1"1 n",'nB T "; rr. '"
.. ,. , . . , ., the tonslileratlon of buslnesK that Act
a.tlng. Throughout he carries hlm-ni, (iovor,)r Coop(,r ,, ropor,r
self with iafe. Mr I annlng laid rsl.le afterward "was not sulllclenlly mat. ur-
the heroic and gao a touch of charm-, ed for publication." The Acting Gov-
tcr as Count I)e Cnragne a fiery
Kreni hman. Ti ne Iloardman i.urprls
cd his many admliers by his excellent
mulciing of the rolo of Harold Hut
ledge Mr. Watson, Mr. Wyman and
Clalie Washington furnished tho com
edy and did it well. Miss Towcm In
the ihlif female rolo of Llllinn West
brook, won the sympathy of the au
di, nee by the Intensity ot br acting.
In the mli- of Mrs. Holcomb, MIhs Cum
mlngs Is appreciable, na Is Mr Hhnw
Dahy Ullian acsumed tho child rolo
of N'atlle with her accustom d ability.
Tonight will he tho final performuncH
of "Tho Banker's Daughter", tomor
row night, 'Tiertha, the Sewing Girl";
at the family matinee Saturduy "TIih
Octoioon' will be gnen.
The following committees weic up
pointed yisterday to arrango fur the
renptlon to he gtv-n to Bishop Nich
ols on Tu-fday next In the Cathedral
s, hool room They are to be regarded
as lomplite, but so far as It has been
possible to arrange them up to the
prestut, thiy will be as follows-
IteceptloD Prince nnd Princess Ka-
wananakna I'rlnce and Prlnccsn Ka
lanlanaole Mtg I'eabody, Mrs. Stella
Coi kett, and MIse Grace Kaoabl.
Decorations Mrs. George Smithies
fMrs James Robertson. Mrs. Jamry
Boyil and Mifs L. Ward.
Hefr.shments Miss Ladd, Mrs
Ilooth, Mrs II. Smith, Mrs. Pri-elli
Mrs. George Itobertson and Mrs. James
Music George Smithies, Miss K.
Ward K. P Hatfield,
Imitation Mrs. Evans, Mrs. Malupo
Scott, Mrs. Kla.
Lighting and Seating i:dmund Hart.
S. Meheula and D Kellett.
Introduction II Smith and K. Stiles.
I'shnii Lionel Hart nnd others.
This evening between 7 and 8 o'clock I
the iioquolH will start on a short crulso
to Ivaual She will have on board Ad
iniial .Meriy and will loiiHrqiiently fly
his tlag The purpose of tho cruise In
to have target practice while at sea.
The vessel Is equipped with two
I Hotihklss revolving minion and one
Colt s automatic. Tarrcta will be inailii
out of barrels as there aro no olllclal
targets on hand. Tho Iroquois will
first touch at Nawlllwlll whero shu Ii
cxpei ted to arrive tomorrow mornlnc. I
Prom this point she will prnh.hly !
taek a spin around the Island mid will '
return to Honolulu Monday morning or1
TMRUATEHD WIT 1 A KNIPE,
A Japanese who lives In the vicinity
of the placo where the Kuuiuakiiplll
church once stood, called at the police
sintlcm this forenoon and ail.nl that
.uiiianaKa, nnotin 1 .iiiiuutvt, lie ,11
rtfted at once. On the 15th lust, th-'
fellow had called at his house and.'
armed with a knife, had thrialciiecl tu
kill him If hte nude an attempt to ills I
turuli him In what he intended doing
He thereupon raiisaiked the linusn mid '
took away t'l oi ..Id hard e tuned mon !
Although a iii rant hi been Issuid'
for the arrest nf Miuiinnk.i It is tint
thnught that le will be ..istly cunxhf
Immedlnte'y nfmr Ibi robbery wiih
committee' M1111111al.il inn nwnv mil
ha", not bren smii f'nc - It Is though'
that 111! Is C,M'OI he'll lilt'i'i 11 In Mln e
of his frlee'i nr ""' he bus mine in
one of the other IshniU by means of
Hi OF IROQUOIS
Illnnl: books, of all sorts, ledgers, etc,
manufactured by tho Bulletin Publish
Your amateur photographic work
will be wtll done If token to Honolulu
Pholo Supply Co.
A nearly new Ilabiock runabout U
for sale by (I. II. McClellan. See I or
Sale column page i.
Table claret and other wines are
sold by domes & McTIghe llipior
di'ulcrs.N. King street. Tel, Main 110
Ilouruon Whiskey, o iur old. 3.Gu,
Claret, CO cents! Sherry and Tokny 75
cents a, gallon at Hotfschhngtr Co.'s
Mary II. Atchcrlcy by her atiorney
L)lc A. Dickey, bus entered a demur
rer to tho amended complaint of Ku
plnlanl Estate. The suit lnuile prop
erty at Queen and Punchbowl strcctn
and chew here In Honolulu
This morning meetings of the Wiillu
ku Sugar Co., the Ouonn-a Sugar Co
I and the Hawaiian Agileulturnl Co
were held In the office of the agents
i lirewerAico. II wus elirieled to
tend tho contract for the imIc of sugu
to the Aemlrean Sugar He Ilium, torn
pany for two years.
Titer, will Lc u meeting of Company
A. N. G II., this evening at the drill
shed The purpose of the meeting Is
to nominate officers fot the coming1
)car Captain Harry Ktemnn the)
present popular lomrnandu of Com-'
puny A who Is finishing IiIh third t.rml
will probably be re-elected i
Ah lino and Ah Sing were arretnii
this morning by DitectUe Knapa ti '
the ihargc of having die fa tickets m I
their possession. It would stem from ;
the apparatus Kaapa succcedul In eip '
turlng that the men are full ledgeii
bankerH. Their caius will conic up in
the IVillcc Court tomorrow forennon
J T Il Holt has filed an appal on
points of law from the Dlslrli-t to tin
Supreme Court for Antonc Martin, sen
tenet it to six months' Imprisonment at
hard labor for common nuisance 1 he
offense consisted In Indiccnt exposure
and on the trial defendant admitted
h.nlng pleaded guilty once before to a
ernor even d.cllmd to give nut the sub
Jut unit, r cnnvldciatlon.
Prof. W. T. Urlgham, curator or tin
Hernlcc P.iuabl lllshop Museum. Is now
on Kauai. The other day he went to
Wahlawa and theie had a look at the
old Mcllrydo collection of Hawaiian
curios which he had not sent for thlity
clght yiurs. The collection has bun
very much enlarged since that time and
Is now one of tho most valuable In the
Joe Murriner, who was formerly con
nected with the Wall, N'lchols Co, b. re
und who was very popular umoug the
younger people of the city, writes from
Seattle to the effect that he Is perma
nently located there tnd that he Is do
lng very well. He state that Seattle
l "filthy with prospirlty" nnd that or
this account he cannot get a good lo
cality for his business.
Among the tbmiigh passingeis In
the Sonoma Is George Duunet. the
head of the firm oi Henderson & Mac
farlane, the general agents fur New
Zealand uf the Oceanic Steamship Co
Ml. Punnet Is on his way tn San Prim
Cisco, where he will confer with John
I) Spreckels regarding the renewal of
the mmpany's mall lontractH und olli
er mutters pertaining to the company
Chnrlcs It. r'ralcr of the Plnnti r Ad
vertlslng Agency, n turned from Kiium
this morning nfter a mot pleataut lili
spent in various places on the Oanh n
Isle. Ho reports that the CIiIiumi tin
planters suffered vny much by tin re.
cent heavy storm and that about hall
of their crops In the little valleys that
abound on the ihlaud weic dcstioy.-i
by the rushing down of the waters ft mil
the higher levels. The plantcix arc
now hard nt work tiylng to stralghtci
up what crops remain.
ONLV Till: PINALS LIJPT.
11 is probable that the finals In the
l'acllk' Tenuis Club tournament for the
Alexander cup will be played oil to
morrow between Willie lloth and A. I.
Iliiiik. These nro the men who wont
j nut III the siml-tluali, played on the
(ciurts at Palace Sipuue yesterday uf-
1 he Hi st mutch was between Hotli
and Atheitnu. It was generally inn-
"'''"I by all who have followed tin
i en in,, niuii nes ot tin- pii'scut inuina
iiu m that lloth would win oxer Atlur
'mi und the forecast was coireit The
playing ut 111 ft in this match was null
ei slow but as it piogii'ssci! theie was
mine splilt until at the very Hid theie
was as line leuuin us anyone vwiubl taie
In s.e, 'Hie scuie wus ns fouonx
:.-7, 7-r., ti-1.
i '111. seennd liliitt'll of the ulleruoun
was between Dillingham nnd Ilro.-k It
thought that Dllllugham would
!' the wliiin-r a Hit. playe i has always
sluud well In the fionl rank of the hist
IM)ih of Hi ul'.llic Tennis Club.
i - Ilow. er, llro. I, h.is been doing some
haul work of l.iie .i ml bis foun showed
up In grctt shape yesti iriny. All of th
games were hntly loulrstetl but It inuld
bo seen from the t.ut that Ilrock would
win. l'lie sc'orc wan 0-1, 0-3.
V. lil.C A. ANMVEISHAIiY.
Th. thlrty-lnlrd nnnlveisury of the
Ine.il Y, M. C A. will be celebrated on
1 Mondiv c 'lng it s o'clink.ln the Y
I M. (' A. h Ming The speiikeis uf the
.iv.nlnu will lie I II Albeilnn, the
new president of tin ansoWntlcm: T
jrihci D.evleH, the icllrlng pieldrnt
1 utld lllshnp Nli hols, Afler tin Hpceihcs
I eie will be icpoiis by the iiiuinl
neiritarj, Itenri V llrnwii I'ln kIi oj 1
lire, tcir l'r' el Yuiiiik 11111I lln 1 hni' nn II I
of the odih'utloutil inmtnlii.i' IMgn'
The Am item On In Mia will le 1 j '-
til mid will lemlti fnvi'i.il si lc. Minis
ftcr Hip meeting the h.nki l.uii v j
Hiiu will Im opened with a game 111 hi
we ate ofu-rluK you cTiinot dupilcite
Extra w I Je 'Urts nnJe from gonJ
muslin, i rows tucking, j Imli Tor
chon I ta'with J Inch mser- I nn
FULL WIDTH SKIRTS
I nude from KonJ ntullni well lin-
Mied, tiickrd and J Inch lace OC
! On'alc lU0
PACIFIC IMPORT COM'Y
MODEL BLOCK. PORT 8TKIIUT.
Honest dental work
at honest prices
The New York D ntnl Parlors aro (
uniliT new management and urn turn
lng out the iK-ht kind of dental work i
known tn the prof, sslon nt the- lowest I
pries ever knov n In Honolulu.
Hath depnrtmi nt In charge of n Bpo
ilallst und mir opirnloiM inn gradimtc
dentists uf the best-reengnired schools
in the V 8 or the world. i
Wn hiiM) n larger stall than any nth
.r d. ntul oltlev In the city ; wn have
the best plate workers, irown nnd
bridge specialists, nml In fact nil
branches 01 di ntlstry as piaetlced by
us are strictly up tn ilnle
We can save vnu money nn your den
ml work We will I'll ymi ' advunce
exactly whnl your nrl will tost by
i Ircc ixiimlnniion
SET TEETH .
All our Instruments nre thoroughly
sterilised before use
New York Dental Parlors i
ituoiu 4, blue iiuildiliK, iiotei sues
LADIKS IN ATTKNDANCF
Hours, 8 a. m. to G p. n. '
bunduys. 9 a. m. to 1 u.. '
AN HOUR IN THE MORNING
fHE 8AME HOUR EVERY MORNING
ir afternoon, given to dictation, will
Keep your correspondence, "cleaned ,
up." Try It n mouth. 1
.1. D. AVERY, Business Correspondent I
Regularity) Certainty Detpatchl
Tl. Main 76 B:45. Elite Bldfl '
Vnu 111 11 iMa-r w,ih 111 1I11111I1
I1.1t win. 1 bat lot 9 !
Why In lieni il Hint the mill
ls' r onh lulled piisnnally fin I.usler
iniiilliiitlcms nn thoe whom he didn't
sen In chinch Town Tuples.
K"tiiM -h iiL'i'yfiif'
We arc not afraid of
publicity . that what wo
want we nre after It
Ijtst week. Wo aihcrtlseil
our COLUMBIA 3.5Q OX
FORDS, and hnTo bad n
good salo on them
Today we want to show
jou our new "MODERN"
PATENT CALF OXFORD
The most dressy
ished Oxford, at
price ever shown
llilwk we ulll hoMa pi
I il vile of
SlYlhS if .skirt t'lmniej
w ith emVoldcrv anj ih
Liccs. All our underwear is
maJe In sanlt.irv factories, by
w lilte I ibor. Our prices for tills
uecU on skirts you will (in J the
lowest tint high craJc, well
sale In this town. The bargains
agtln. We mention some of our
All our 2.00, 2.25 and 3.00
Skirts Are Record Breakers.
GRAND WINDOW DISPLAY
Each Garment Marked
in Plain Figures
P. H. Burnette
Real Estate and Conveyancing, Insur
ance and Collection, Notary Public.
Room 4, Mclntyre Building.
All Lovers of the Sport
are reqiicstid to register their
Htate or Ti-rrltory at the
Honolulu Bowling Parlors
300 PAIRS CURTAINS
from 50 cents a pair up,
The best collection In the city nml much
lower than imtuil prtccH for
ONE WEEK ONLY.
J. H. FISHER
Slock and Bond Brokers.
FIRE ASSOCIATION, of Philadelphia.
WESTERN ASSURANCE CO, of T
Ofllces Otanflenwild Bldf H-
chant StrcoL Tel. wain 3U,
HONOLULU STOCK GXCHANQE
Honolulu, April 17, tejot
NAME Of STOCK fj,j"'r ttf Dll Alct4
r Rrtwtr AConptny .,, loo 49,
K S SictuDO.Co.l't 69jo. to v
L B. Km at Co., Ill tooo, v
Bwa PUnltl'on Co . . .coi,ore tK f.ST
HtvillinAtrtculmrilCo (.cne.ooo iro m
MtwillinCom &Sq Co t,ttl l0 ISi 10
Hlwatlin Surif Co iox,ot n f) n
Hnnonti actr Co .. fo.aro o I Itf
Mofiokat Sugir Co onox m I .1
HlUnl Suer Co , oo,oro loo I lS
Klhuku PlinUtlon Co )nono 9 tSI .. ..
VlSclPUncCo ,LlJ, i,sun ., tf
K'plSulu Sufl'Co )6o,om toe . f tCA
McBryltSuCo.Ll l,a.oM n ' H
0l Stitt U k0nrir lao or vlH
Osotnta SurtrCo ,. aui,oat to 11 ,. .,
OikU Slcii Plin Co to,oor fe I 0
OluS' ri.lii, . 1 i,a m t'-' 1h
O..Vu Co LJ TiVf lavxe to .) . ,
Olowntu Coirr.ny to.oio .00 ...... t
pi.uh.u Su ftin Co or,eto so .., ,,,..
P.cltic Suc.r Mill laoaro .00 tta
Pnj MtntjiMi Co w,ao' trc .
Pffrfkro Si r r Co K, ,.. ito
P,ifr Mil' e.o ttfowt- ha ,,,,
I'innrrrMHI Co AM ynOM .a ,
WtUlu. Apfl Co , .,soo,oro toe it
WiltukoSuffir Co Too,orv toe .
W'4lcniniloSurar Co s.ce in tfv .,,.
Walirro MI1IC0 ttc (ra I., ,,.
WllJr Stf lmhlB Co . mo 000 loo. I ol
httr-MislM.M.KC SS " t.'
Ill.illin fctKitlc Co Soooo Z ' ,,
Muni.iT.irrhoCo ,,,. ,0 ...
Pirk let & R 'I 't Co ,, ,, ' '
Fine National PinV
Hawaiian Gov t rer tarn ,. .
Mllo R R Co arrrernl m
Hon HarU Transit
Fwa I'lamat n 0 r ca nt teatj ,
Oahu kMCi ire ,... loal.
Oahu Plantation pc J
Olaa llanlallon a p, c J,
Walalua AtrKU if I ! I 101K
Sales- 10 hwa. 2.
STOCK ANDJOND BROKER.
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANQL
Orders for tho purchase or tola oi
itocka and bonds carefuly and prompt
ly executed. LoanB negotiated.
Office Room 441, 4th floor, SUngen--vald
Oldg. Pottofflce box 390; TU
jhone Main 331.
Halstead & Co., Ltd
MONEY ADVANCIID ON SUGAR
921 Fort Street
TEL. MAIN 133.
A. C. LOVEKIN,
STOCK AND BOND BROKER,
REAL ESTATE JHD INSURANCE.
403 Judd Building:.
Fred. L. Waldron
P. O. Box CSS; TcJ Blue 791; Room
3, Spreckn's llulldlcg.