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EV15NIN0 nULLBTJN, HONOLULU. H. T.. HllDAY, AIniL IS, 1902
Fop two or tlircs clny we nre offering the above Imrjjnlnn.
We will send price lint and pictures of iitiytlilnfl In our line
II you eall or write.
COYNE FURNITURE CO., Ltd.
Progress Block, Corner Fort anil Ueretunta 6tn.
Now publlBliptl In book form with Engliih translations. A
work of many raontlu now accomplished, making the only
book of Itfl kind to b had containing the choicest Songs
of Hawaii Nel. Everybody will wnnt n copy. Come early
before the supply Is exhausted.
Air J E5Sg
Only n personal Inspection can giro
yon au Idea of tho value of these sets.
They consist of seven pieces of thu
fltipfct wood beautifully finished, nnd
are n bargain. Coma and sea tlwni.
J. HOPP & COMPANY,
LOADING FURNITURE DEALERS
Corner King anil Bethel Street
what it means
to the housekeeper
In ordering canned fruits, jel
lies, jams, olhes, etc., the
housekeeper may feel assured
that 8. & V. ore tho hlghebt
standard of excellence In the
Wo guarantee every can of
S. & W. goods sold from our
st,oro and havo yet to hear of a
dissatisfied customer. When or
dering ask for tho 8. & W.
Brand. Wo recommend It know
ing It will pleaso you and make
H. MAY & CO,
The Popular Grocery.
22 TELEPHONES 24-
according to the opinions
of phjslclans and food ex
perts, wo have all the best
of the many breakfast
foods now on the market.
There is one that hns be
come the most popular of
all foods simply because,
its work and results tell
quickly and tutUfactorlly.
Come and We'll tell you
confidentially which will
suit you best.
LEWIS & CO.
It ll Limited ii ii
1060 FORT STREET.
240 Two Telephones 240.
43 HAWAIIAN SONGS
CO., Ltd., Publishers
EAGLE BREAKFAST CHEESE
FRESH CEREALS, ETC
FORT 8TREET, above Beretnnlu
NEW BOOKS !
NEW BOOK LIST :
"Tho nights of .Man," by Mr. Lyman
rubles for the Full," by Josephine
-Sir Wchard Calmudy," by Maleh.
"Stephen Calluail," by Julian SturgU.
l-'reuch Revolution and Uelfgbns"
(lleform), by Sloane.
'"Schley and Santiago," by Graham
"Fonm Guidjceff," by MaMm Gorky.
jfleso are only sex en of the new
books, out we have seventy times
seven Just ns good and as Intetestlng.
J. M. WEBB,
Bookseller and Stationer.
TO HE HELD AT HOME
OF F. J. LOWREY MAY 3
Full List of Ladies Who Will Have
Charge of Eatcrt linmentSpecial
The annual Inwn party or thu
Glcancn. which Is to l t"li' on thu
grounds of t J. l.owre' turner of
Lunnlllo nnd Victoria MfM't, Satur
day, Mav 3. will be th fust Klnco thu
reorganization of the o icty, when
the diiect management h riven Into
the hands of the voiing"' numbers.
Owing ft the nbDr? el the presi
dent. Mrs. (;. II tier.1 the . iitertnln
ment will be In chaig el Mri II. II
Williams, and any elonat i i" for the
various booths may b' !ft at her
resldene-e, corner of Itlenaiiii and Her
The vnrlou. booths will u m charge
of the following ladle;-.
Hawaiian Hootb Ml itnlu Shaw,
assisted Uv .Miss i:isa I'mnon, Miss
Gladys Klsher. Mim Tl.Ien Johnson
and Mls Helen l.owrej'.
Famy Woik Miss Mr.r(im-t Klsh
r assisted by Mrs Tfee Richards,
Mrs. W. L. Moor.-. Mlt Beln. Homer.
Mies Ma-ule Pnty Mies Fimly Winter.
Miss May Krasher and Mr Wlllard
I'unahou Ilooth MIjs Blt,) Amwcg,
MIr bene Kieher. Mlffc Il'-llr Ashley
and Miss Margaret l'e1-ron
Lemonade .Miss Ruth 'stelncr, as
sisted b Ill's .Mary AniirtMin, Miss
Mnrgaiet Cooke, MIm WtoCee Cheek
and Mths Laura JlleW.
Candy .Miss Mndre MtCauilless, as
elsted by Mm Alice Utoti. Miss Mar
iiaret Shaw. .Miss Nora Ftmreon nnd
.Mips Julia Damon.
Ilaudlterehiefs Mlis V,.Jt Damon
assisted by Miss Kunio- I utt, Mlsi
Inez Cmlerwood. .Miss Hi tn Hadden.
Miss Vlda MrCartn-, Mi" Jloieme
Smith and Mlts Jessie Shun
A special entertainment for
dien will bu arranged by Mitu
totte Hall. The follow iiit villi
.ait R.nny C'atton, Lfomtliy
Doris Girdlei-, Kloren'e Tcw't",
Harrison Lmerne MtrfliiJI, Eclyn
Nleholls Josephine Piatt. l'ila I'rnlt,
Louise NleholN Marfa' l.iaw, and
Kathe Inc Pmlth
id iii h
Sasake, it iy Impertinent Japan
.'sp, was the defendant in tho Police.
Comt todn) In two caM m usuiult
and batltry. "in the llrtt ol thesn liu
was charged with beatluf n JapanciiH
woman, lone by name, with a wooden
shoe. In tho second ease he was
eharg.d with attempting to chew off
the fingers of another Japanese, Shi-
odn bj name. The whole troublu was
he rt-u)t ul drunkenn.SK on the part
: the d fuidant.
It eir,s that tho thito Jai:iliesj
and a number of others went out to a
moonlight pii nle last nU-lit. Tim In-
iluinn- uf the lays of (Le moon and
the sae that vat talo'n along caused
tne people at the party to get Into a
-omewhat befuddled condition.
The husband ot lone went bom
without his wife and in thu 1'oller
Court todaj was unable to gle tlu
leaon for to doing, lone then wut
home and later on came Tom Sasaki.
The latter broke into Ione's room nnd
stinclt her with a shoe. She tailed
for aKt istam e and Shlioda, the hus
band, went to her. Ho grappled with
the invader but got his hand very
Kasafce put on a very bnu front
In the tuft case and objected tu thu
tine of J; and costs. When he. was
i ailed up on the second case, ho chnr.g
cd his tune somewhat and said lie
was so drunk that ho reully could not
tell what he did so. Another line of
V ngd io-ts was Imposed.
Judge Wilcox han worn a verj wlso
loo i thiciuiihout the trial of the Jap
an- rfiid when tho two cases had
ben dispuM-d of ho explained that ho
had had a few of the echoes of tho
Jnpcne'e moonlight pUnle himself, as
he lled lose to tho plare where tho
festivities weie carried on.
When he woko tuls morning and
weni out into the J anl he found that
his Japanese ynrdboy had gone tu
sleep on the bench when the tide was
luw. In thu meantime the tide had
risen and the fellow was In Immlmnt
peril of being drowned. It took tint
concerted effort of all the people nil
the place to drag the Jnpaucsu to a
plate of safety. He nns fiiht becom
ing convinced that moonlight picnics
were not conducive In Hie wcllnro of
All mem'-jers of imwiill Vnelit Club
who wbh to go to l'turl Harbor will
be taken down In n launch which will
be nt the Healanl Iloat Club at 2 p m
lomoriow Ihoso who IhIi to g" l:ttc I
an take the train, git off at the Pun
Ion Mati'in siid nllt down ii Puultu
and a boat will conn ovir from liie
lub to m -et them. Membeis Hliould
br'ng blankets and pillow h
Veekly edition of tho Bulletin $1 3
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Residence nt lfiC-' Nuuanu nvmue for
tent. Hce ud under new lilny
Desirable unfurnished rooms near
postnillce for rent. Sec ad under New-
lour amateur photographic work
wilt be well done It taken to Honolulu
Photo Supply Co.
Reward will he paid for tin return to
this office of a lady's gra broadcloth
cape, lined with gray silk.
Table claret and other wines are
sold by Clonics & McTlgkc llquot
denlcrs.N, Klngbticct. Til. Main 140.
Iluiirbnn Whiskey, t jeaia old, I3.6U,
Claret, Bu cents; 8hcrry and Tokay, 75
cents a gallon nt Hoffschlncgcr Co.'s
The regular weekly hop al the Havwt
Han Hotel will take ptnee this evening.
The transport passengers have been in
vited and a pleasant evening is assur
BIks whoso cards have cxplied
should hava them renewed Immediate
ly. Iho first opportunlt) will be to
night nt the regular meeting of the
Judge Itoblnson appolntid t'harlc
V. Murray administrator of Urn evtati
of his late father, T. D. Mun.iy. mulct
$2500 bond. Mr. I'eterson appeal cd foi
August Drelcr when seen tnd.iv by it
llultetln reporter regarding his posl-
blo candidacy In the coming fall olee
Hon, said: "I urn all through with tun
ning for the Legislature."
i:nim.i S. Douglas, admlnlrtriitiK of
thu estate of Catherine I'.. Ilalclndor.
has filed an Inventory showing mil
property, $"373.20; person piopi'rty.
$li;S3.4!); total, JDOGMfl. Ilesldes ilieie
are two Icascu with shoit uueplied
terms to run.
An nppilcatlnti for iimimimctit of me
charter uf the Oahu Kallua) A. Land
Company has been filed with the Treas
urer of the Territory. It I.-, tn Iiim rt i
provision giving tho corporation power
to hold shares In any other corpora
tion, also to hold shnrcs of Its own
At the request of Itev. W. M Kiucald,
rtev. W. II. Illco is eonduc,llm; the ser
vices In the Oospcl tent on fort street
tlilii week. .Mr. ltlce's sermons are be
ing Illustrated by stercoptlcnn views
and ure very successful, mail) of the
soldiers from the transport attending
The regulnr meeting of the V w, C.
A. gymnasium class will not be held
tomorrow but in its plme there will
be an open class In the g) niiinsliiin on
Tuesday morning at flitl oilock The
regular exercises will be fnlluwul by a
basketball game. All ladlcti are Invit
ed to attend.
Attorney fieucral Dole, answering
the complaint of Kaplol.tiil Kstato In
uti action to establish llshlng rights,
quotes the Organic AlI relating to the
subject and formiillj deulrs the nlltg
tlons of complainant, whlih means
simply that the complalniint imit
prove Its rights In court.
Judge Oenr overruled the objection:
of Henry Smith, guardian of thu l-aa-rim
minors, und oidercd tluit the rent
of the property sold In the case of the
Lazarus estate, collected since the first
of October, 1001, be paid to the pur
chasers John P. Howler, Dr. John S.
Mtfirow ami Hoffnchlaegcr Cimip.ui.
Ltd. Holmes & Stanley npptnicd fm
the purchasers; HiiskcI & Watson und
Andrews; Peters & Andradt for othei
parttin to the suit.
As In th ceases of several other busi
ness und professional null-who have
departed of Into for the .Mainland. tli
departure of K. M. Hutch In the Sono
ma has glveu rise to the rumor that tiitf
Intention was to proceed to Washing
ton for the purpose of Inking u hand In
the political situation. A Iliillttln ic
porter learned from Mr. Hatch's onU
this morning Unit the dcpaiturc of the
attorney had no political MriiIIIciiiuv
whatever. It was true Ills Intcntlnr
was to go to Wushfngtou but hs bust,
ncss pertained tao (lie sirfulis of tho O
It. & L. Co. unci mitlilng i Isc
Tonight the Klleford lomp.wiy step
Into comedy nielodraiiiu again. "Ihe
Linker's Daughter" did two good
nights, e-loslng last night to a well
pleas, d audience. "Ilcrtha the Sewhu
Olrl" will be bill tonight und tomor
row evrnlng. It Is a nonuliir idav. full
of comedy, bright ellalogue unit good
climaxes, me story Is a simple one
and Miuwi. dink and blight nldi'H of
the life- of the poor idiop glils ol .s, ,
York wheihc IIvch are being giouml mil
In the Hwcjt bhuim of Hie gre-it in 1 1 1 1
liollH Muggle Itjde.-, a fewlug .-111
and her hroiher .link, a tyidr.il k,Hii
i,iu ami uarl Hiilkci. hhiuvIhk ,. , dl
e' .1 man of the in o,de. nie tin ,, it.
HgiiiiH 'mil thch inanv iieli-ntuii - I,,.,'
Up the Intel, kt tllllJUKhii il ll! nm
ntH Kip lulilc nlll he g.vrn In i,,
I. Ill ill I. lit i I've 'mi mi i niln !
giand funillv nriilnei' vi II br i'imii In
morrow ulieriieon on vvlibh n , ,i ion
'The Octoioon' vvlll he iie,iuil
GOOD df TOIHT
tml-hed unJcrvvcar ever was p'.iceJ on
we are otfcrlnK jou tannot duplicate
great values :
E.tra wide skirts maJe from good
muslin, 2 rows tucking, Inch I or
chon Lave with J Invh inser- I Cfl
FULL WIDTH SKIRTS
nuJefrom gooJ muslin, well tin
Ished, linked and j Inch lace QC I
On sale ,,J I
PACIFIC IMPORT COM'Y
MODEL HLOCK. PORT KTRUIIT.
Honest dental work
at honest prices
The Now York Dental Parlors are ,
under new management and urn turn '
Ing out the best kind of dental work
known to tho profession nt tho lowest
prlci-H ever knorn In Honolulu.
Kacb department In charge ot a Bpo-1
cliillst nnd our operators are graduato
dcntlsta of tho best-recognized sihools '
In thu U. 8. or the world. ,
Wei havo n lurger stall I han any oth-'
er dental offlco In the city; wo have,
iho best plate) workers, crown and,
bridge specialists, nnd In fact all
branches of dentistry aB practiced b) .
us are strictly up to datei '
Wei can save you money on your de'n I
tal work We will toll jou In advance '
-xactly what your work will cost by
i I roe examination
SET TEETH . ..
GOLD CROWNS .
All our Instruments are thoroughl)
Kterlllred belore use.
Ni'pw Vnrt llriifnl Pnrlnrc
itooru 1, Elite lliiildlng, Hotel strcx
UvIIIKfl N ATT15NDANCV i
Hours, 8 a. m. to G p. rj.
Bundayu, 9 a m. to 1" iu.
AN HOUR IN THE MORNING
THE SAME HOUR EVERY CORNING ;
or afternoon, given to dictation, will
keep vour currcpouduncei "cleaned
up." Try It a month.
J. D. AVERY, Business Coritspondcnt
Regularity! Certalnty.1 Despatch!
rl Main 76 'I -fi:4fi b'llte Dldij
V i .ei i- i , i m ii, .i ma t i ti tu,
'ii,l I'll ii.ni in i, s . mi in,. hiii, lo
I 1,1 1' ttoi I ti M 1 t. lulu ,,, I h
K, n I v, i I i n i'l ln iK tic huiii-'
"t ti", .i i i.llv u- u i uri liifitt.iiu
I . Mini I', lllliph. Iililhlt i oil
In iml ,i,il, iiiiiiii join km c ' uue
-j 'iU VV Al
We are not afraid of
pnbllclty; that's what wo
want wo nro after It
Iist wi-ok, wo advertised
our COLUMBIA $3.50 OX
FORDS, ruid have bsd n
g'Hid sale on them
Today wo wnnt to show
joit our new "MODERN"
PATENT CALF OXFORD
The most drcss pol
ished Oxford, nt thin
price ever shown
m i mno
This week we will hold a spt
lal site if
OC Sm.bSol skirts t'immcj
"vvit b rtntuiilijerv, ind wab
I .lie. All nm tinJctvvcir is
ni.iJe in sinitnry factories by
vv hite lalmr. Our prices for tills
vvl. on skirts you will find tile
lowest tint high RraJe, well
sale In this town. The hirgiln
aR dn We moitlon vune of mit
All our 2,00, 2.25 and 3,00
Skirts Are Rscord Breakers,
GRAND WINDOW DISPLAY
Each Garment Marked
in Plain Figures
P. H. Burnette
Real Estate and Conveyancing, Iniur
ance and Collection, Notary Public,
Room 4, Mclntyre Building.
All Lovers of the Sport
nre- requested to register their
Btati' or Territory at the'
Honolulu Bowling Parlors
300 PAIRS CURTAINS
from 50 cents a pall up,
The bent collection In tliu city nnd much
Iiivvcp llillll llrilllll iirlcctt fur
ONI'. WLEK ONLY.
J. H. FISHER
Slock and Bond Brokers.
FIRE ASSOCIATION, of Philadelphia.
WESTERN ASSURANCE CO, if To
ronto. Office Stangenwild Bldf M
chant Street Tel. Mats Ztl.
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANaE
tlnnolutu, April 16, 1902
NAM I Ol vrorK fwtf I? WJ Al
C Rrwf ACiM-MPifiv. tm,tr l rn
HSthiOO.U.LM. 60,000 v
L.B. Kfrr A Co., Lti . toeorc
f PlantaitonCo ... n.ooo.ooo o tjM a;
HtwtllinArrlrulfurttCo t .00000 tn
HiilltnOtn fcSa Co. ttt,jy '...
HiwAittn Sufir Co . ..It 00000 i rt
Hpnono tueif C ....I Tar ifj
MofirkatSufir Co .. ooo.oro e it
Haiku 5urr Co . , foo.one ' tfl
KafiuVu CunUMon Co I )oo,ono sr tiM
If th1 Plnt Co lii, . t 1,090,400 $o io it
C'ahulu Scf Co .. tPo,ow oc . k
I Kolo Sortr Co I tot.oro no
I McBryJfbuCo ,Li ,ton,oc to f
0n Surar to iftoc.ooo 100 99 nly$
Onomi SdirCo ,1,000,001 tu Pt ,.
I 0kiU Surir Pun Co . ae,ux o 4
Olt "i n.,iM , .) M, 00c to $' jH
j OlnSu Co Hi Ti.p t $00,000 fa i V
Olouftlu Corrrr 1 50,0c o ioo tj
l'tuhuSu t'ltn Co ooo,cco 90 ,,,,,
Ptclfic Su(tr Milt jooeto 100 ... ft
Pilt lltntaSnn Ca Tfo.oto 10 , t
Pf rWv S c f Co tj.1 loo ja
PloiHff Mm Co 10,000 loo too
Pifnrtf Mill Cfl Ai jmood 100 ,. ,
WiUtut Arti Co I i.joo.ouo too tj ,,.,
WaiiuKu; icjrtfi , too.occ 100 ..... j
VlmtniloSujir Co !. 1f
Wtlmtt Mill Co itj.oco too .. i ieo
WHJtrStcjtftihlrCo I ,,0000 100 .. I ot
rier-UtjnJSlnNCo JS S 'J "
1 .v'.iTu v.Co " i
Munwl TlffhM Co fp ,
OihuRvM C 1 Jo 00a 100 . ..-
People' l & k f C Co JS'S too ;..
rusl Naiiniul Bint
Pint ASBin &TCe , ,
HtwaiiinGov j rerctnt
HiIoKKCo r" cent too
Hon Ut i Trtislt ' .
C PUnuin Aftrcenf ititf
OihU U I Cm fstf ( (,,,i f4
Othy lUnUt1Pi ore J
Otaa PUnutlcn6 p, c J.
WtlalM Agrkut 6 c ..... totH
STOCK AND BOND BROKER.
HONOLULU 6T0CK EXCHANGE.
Orders for the purchase or nle ol
stocks and bonds carcfuly and prompt
ly executed. I.oans negotiated.
Office Room 401, 4th floor, 8Ungtn
wald Dldg. Pottoffice box 390; Tele
phone Main 331.
Halstead & Co., Ltd
MONIiY AOVANCnD ON SUGAR
921 Fort Street
TEL. MAIN 133.
A. C. LOVEKIN,
STOCK AND BOND BROKER,
REAL ESTATE JHD INSURANCE.
403 v) li eld Building:.
Fred. L. Waldron
I'. O. Iloi 533; Tc) Illuo 781; Room
3. Sprrcka nulldlv.g.