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CLEVELAND CHAIN WHEELS Just
ItuA duo with choice of TIm Saddle,
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Has It got a moldy, back number,
aged port of smell that taken away
our uppi'tite for that thick, Juicy
Monk you would hao otherwise en-
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l.il It nwny Hcttrr than any spring
tunic made It is pure1, sweet and
ip'hh n a dnlsy
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Court Gases Under Anti-Trust Law
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Wten Dickie Kneads the Dough
The Day School Loesn't Keep.
Willie Baker's Internal Pang.
The Last of the Fairies.
When I Was a Little Boy
Dolly Gets One On Papa.
The Tip System,
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Approved Methods of Courtship.
Illustrations, Church News,
Big Little Lord Fauntleroy.
Tool That Almost Talks.
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IIALF-WI r I I.D AlOANALLU
Johnson n soldici irom tin- trans
port CJrnnt, appeare-d In tho Police
Court thlr. forenoon on tho chnigo of i
assault nnd battery on Mnanalun, the
half-witted Hawaiian who Ih ho well
known about the streets of Honolulu,
au'd who was recently relcaHeil fioti)
Iho Inuano Alutu Thu uirest wan
inado by Officer AKuu at an eatly houi
Tbo soldier stntcd that ho tll.l not
know what he Imil done, it wax pott
slide that he had Ml ink the imtlvo.
Thu polite iifflter slntc d that the sol
illor had ik en Moaualuii on Nuuaiiii
stieet ami, going up to lilin, had struck
him without the Ihihk pioviHntluu
Judge Wllum explained that ho
know tif Hi" n puinllon of thu hull wit
led boy ami iitil i cerlnlu cliciim
iimcm wlili h thu fellow was himself
wry liable In htltiK about, would not
lilaruo iiu)iiiie for sulking IiIiii. The
juoner plaio for him win In Hie Insane
upylum. Ho ti(H vtr sorry Hint lie
hud ever hum rulcamd fiiiiu that
j.Iuro. Tint ilefvtuliihl wim tluieiuport
Jim Juilrl bulldlhi; t,lmalor wn clns
ft (lila iioniliiK wllli a bhek bgnl'icil
rurd Nlladidl, witrnlnx pcoplo ogalnti
ftn il4fji MtOjJi,
1 1 liilh nil!
An Apprentice Boy
I'uit Toi.liHtnd, Aptll 1 - After .1
I.'tnpeituuii3 tonKe, UuiIiik which Khe
lost an apiirentice boy by fallliiK o r
board and at the csplratlon of which
Hhe found that her aluable i barter
Inul been 'canceled, the Hiltltdi idilp
Whlti'ilebuin, Captain llaitlett, uiriv
ml here toda), l"l duyn Irom Table
Day The Whlttlleliiirn milled from
7alile Hay on Noiuuhcr 2S itnd eery
tiling went will until Ddeiuber U',
when ChurloH OlUer Hardy, nn up
pn utlie ami the ls-yeur-oid ion of n
we.ilihy I:iii;1IkIi I'Hinlly ienlillnK at
Yorlmhlie, fill from tTie foui)iinl Into
inu hi. a Tlioie wan n moderate bicnrv
and Hie Kia"aH lOiupHralnely calm
The ihlp wnu put iibout ami u boat
Inneiod, but rum lie wuu imiioKHllile
Tor Hoveral ilnyu If-foru the in i blent
a laiKu liumbur of nllmtroHH hud been
HtlliK "Her the veiiMel A a hooii an
Manly mnuli Hie wulu the lilnli ut
taclii'd Mm mid tAinud bin duilli. He
win uu evpuit kwliuiiier and only n
few iilniten Llupnud u(i r bn utruili
Hid wilier before u llfeligul wag mi Iho
pot. bill ho lint) gouu 10 tbo bolloni,
Masts of BigWindjammers
Scrape This Harbor's
ARTHUR AND EDWARD
SEWALL NOrY IN PORI
Ths Acme Also Here--One of SevaU's
Fleet Was First To Eater
It seldom happeiiH that lister ships
bcurliiB the names of brothers tlo up
within hall of each otlnr In this port.
The Kreat "Iccl fouimatid wind
Jammers Kdnard unit Arthur Sen all,
tdxtcr hl3, as like an two strands In
ll rope, named after the Sewall broth
ers, nre inoorid alongside Honolulu
wliuiWK, while still another usscl of
thu Bimiii HhlppliiK concern the Acme,
spreads her gemrous luiBtli alone nn
othei bunili of illcs.
The Sow alls are big ships ami carry
hea) laifom 'the bewails nre big
men mid tarrj heavy bank accounts.
'1 lie sUtir MiIjh and biothci shlplii;
men are known the world mouud.
The Aithur Sow all nrrhed from Ja
pan In ballast the other day, as did
also the Acme. Thu lMward Sewall
has Kiuccd the harbor since Mai eh li
ana" Is now tnkliiR on suutir at the rail
wa wlinif for New York.
One of the great Hewnll ships, tho
Kukinc M. 1'helps, wns the Hist ia
set to drop In r anchors in this port af
ter the llnwnlbn Islands became u Tcr
litorj of the United States .She was
the llrst ei-bcl to mtir at the Tenl
lorlal niitoiu houtc.
The dimensions nnd iiiopnitions of
Hie Krsklne M. 1'belpx, the Arthur
Sewall and the Kdwnrd Sow all am
.about the same the dluunce being
1 There Is no piettler slKht thaii a
gioup of windjammers, barks, tclioon
irj and other cksoIh In a harbor such
I as th it of Honolulu, espielnll when
esKols like the Hewals are moored
alongside the whams, their towcilm;
miihts sirapliiK the sky and tholr gieat
hulls ocrshadowliiK the lauding
'lhe follonlug dlincnsloim .ue those
of the i:isklue M i'hclps. the .llnicu
hloiis of the Hewalls lining practically
the same' l.'iigtb ocr all, D.!o fict,
meaHiiillig l until, ?,I'J fed. bie.idth, tl
fut 1 liu Iks, ilipth, 15 frit 0 inihis
Qions tonnage, ::oou tons, (anylng cu
pjill P,UU Ions weight The masts
fm sujailiir In htreiiKtli to tliOMi of
other iMiillug shels. merngc about
L'OU fict In height fiom keilson. 'I lie)
arc ,J Imlii), In illamiter at the diek
and St, inches at the heel The lower
jnids me 'll feet, lower topsail, S"
fict l Im lies, uppei topsail TS fell,
topgallant i.i fict, loyal J5 fen, and
skjhall yanls It, fci I. The bowsprit,
also of ht 1 1 Is OS feet In length.
Kaih ihlp his tin oo decks and tour
luteins two uf thu lattir bilng 12xlC
fut and the h iiuliilui; two S1 feet.
The foruaid deik liousi Is P.1S
feit. In the foiuard seillon Is the fore
i.istle, the sitllois' home, with twenty
bunks Sk lights aboe gle good
light and Mutilation lie- lest of the
foiward house Is ileolu to the galley
donkey engine loom and mal bunkei
of muii tons (iipadly .
In the midship house, :M',lt fut, is
the turpi ntoi's simp extending uirosj
the house and sl moms foi thn pelt
"I'he rlliui Srwnll nnd tin IMward
Sewall, like the Phelps. hac most com
modious i.iblns aft. Hie hoiui-i of their
captains and ofuicig mid the uiptains
families whin they choose to tiawl
with thn sklppcis.
In eiich (ssel the i.iblns are ox
cellently llghti d by skylights. In tho
forward cabin Is tbo dining saloon mid
nfc the main saloon, tastefully Unlad
ed In white Thn captain's npaitment,
ofllicrs' Btntoiooms, steward's p.intrj
bath moms and lavaloilos are adjoin
ing the saloons
A spiral stairway buds to n dimt
house, llxli; fict, on tho ipiniltr deck,
with numerous ports iiffoidlng plenty
of light and eulllutlon. Hire are two
bunks for passengers Aft of t chart
houe Is the wheel house, 10x14 fc(t.
The arlous housm of thn ship are
composed of lion with wood finish
Ibe ship is supplied with all modern
ImpioHinents. InOudlug steam pumps
nun none for washing decks. A steam
winch, two portable cranes nnd steam
cupslun nroforwaid and two hand cap
stans aft The bulwarks of the ship
are "fctlffined" mery four feet with
round lion two and one-half luches In
Captain Graham is master of tho
Ersklne M I'hclps; (lafloney Is master
of the Aithur Bewail; Quick is tho
skipper of the lMward Sewall and I.aw
temu Is commander of the Acme The
Arthur Sewall, tho i:dwnrd Sewall and
the Acme me the largest and finest
ships In the haibor 'I he tin re ure ca
pable of earning our a eiuurltr of n
million bags of sugar, u big lot of sugar
fill thrie etscls.
Tho Sewall fleet of sailing essels Is
one of the laigest, If not the largest
ill the world
Allliui Sewall. late nimiljoi of (he
Inn of Aithur Sewull & Co, entcieil
the iinplu of his father's III m, Clark
t Sewall when liss than 20 years of
ago ami a little latei, In isni foimul
i tiiitnerslilp wltli his dder brother
IMward, under Ibn name of U. h A
tewnll, taking thn business of thu old
Inn of Clink k Kouall
in jHiiunn, USS, the Iwo brothers
launcliiil tholr flnl ship. Holyhead, of
"i"ii tons burden, a Imge ship In thn
t t m p m
Monday ., ,,
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3 If 8 u
Kiist ipiurtor of the moon on tho Uth
nt 7.rt; p. m
Tides from the United States Coast
and Geodetic Survey 'tables.
Tho tides at Kahulul unci llllo occur
about an hour earlier than at Ho
nolulu. Hawaiian Standard Time is 10b 30m
slower than Green wclh time, being
.t of tho meridian or 1S7.30. loo
time, whistle own at 1:'0 p. m whlcd
Is tho same an Greenwlcn. uu Urn.
Masters of vessel? sailing Irom thin
nort for San Francisco Will find thcrj
a branch of tho IT. 8. Iljdrographlc
Ofilco located n tho Morchants' Ijx
change, where Is maintained for their
benefit free of charge, complete sets
of charts and dliectlons of tho world.
Latest Information can bo obtained re
garding lights, dingers to navigation
an dnll matters of Interest to ocean
Weather Dure an Puliation, April IS
Tcmpernturo Morning minimum,
71; Midday maximum, .0
linromeWr at 9 a m 30 15. Steady
Rainfall 0 00.
Dew Point filF.
Humidity at 9 a m CI per cent.
Diamond Head Signal Station. April
18. Weather cry clcai. wind light N.
Thursday. April 17,
Str. W. a. Hall S. Thompson, fiom
llananiaulii with ."I::", hags of sugar,
t 10:..', p. m
Prlclay. April IS.
Schr. Maksuutoff, 14 dajs from Sail
rrnnclsco, bound for Manila.
Am. bk. Nuiianu. JossiI)n, 112 dnj
fiom New York with gineml merihuu
dlse; at Irmgurd wharf.
Ihursda). Apill IS.
I'. S. Tug Iroquois. Hodman, for
cruise, at 7 p m
O. 8. S. Sonoma, Van Otew ndorp for
San PranclBco. at fi p in
Str Kauai, llrulin for Kiinmipall, at
. p m.
Str. Mlkahala, Ur.gory. for Kauai
pints, at I, p. in
Str. Maul, Ileum tt for Hawaii pints,
st a p, m
Schr. Twilight Kine for wlndwnid
Kauai ports, ul . p tn.
Schr, Mnlhln. fur Koolau ports, at 5
Str. V. (i. Hall. S. Thompson, for
Kauai ports, at 'i p in.
Mr. Pclxoto, lodge keeper at Glrnrd
College, pild.k himself on his liTilninto
knowledge of Iho regulations of the In
stitution. Thu other da) a bright-looking
young hoodlum or sumo sevin
vcirs of age, carrying a telescope bag
with a (IgmcttH jauntily pulsed In his
month, intered the lodgo
"Sa, I Wltlit to (ome to tills
ueliool," said the visitor
"Yn I ctii'i coino hi'ie If on ii.rk-'
thnt thlnir," iiiisweiid !'. ixoto
"Well, I'll thiow It awnv," was the
!t your father living"' ask. d the
"'Comse be Is," said the boy.
"Wo don't admit pupils whose lath
ers are not dead, only oiphans"
'die' ' was the H spouse "Tin ll tn
get in I've got to kill the oh) man.
Dat's lough"'-Philadelphia Tlnn s
And Every Evening This Week Except
FAMILY MATINEE SATURDAY
BERTHA, THE SEWING GIRL.
by ftpcclul request
Mntlnce PrlccH, IK nnd V3 cents
Seats Now on Sale.
MONDAY - FAUST,
Jrpheum Popular Prices 25c, tOc, 75c
Do you want to let) good all
Drink - Komel
Aie j on warm and thirsty''
Drink - Komel
It sets tho system right
Komel Is concentrated Grape
1 "i nil -Hygienic, Non-Alcoholic.
Soda Water Works Co., Ltd,
Bold Agi'iits .or T, 11.
Works Mil Fort 81.
"iileplionu Main 71.
p m In
Have you seen this stock of waists ?
Then you have bought. You couldn't resist this
great atray of charming new styles, unless your waist
wants were filled for all time to come. To those of
you who have not invested we say visit our base
ment salesroom : you'll buy or we miss our guess.
What of these few?
Zophyr shirt waist, fancy
"trlp"d soft cuffs, open front ot
open bJirl., colors pink, blue and
navy a bautlful waist Sizes
32 to tl) Price $2.00
Mreerlzed shirt wal9ts,
latest sleeves and cuffs, open
back, front either rows or
French insertion, colors striped,
pink, blue, lavender Alt sizes.
Price . $2.25
WHITNEY & M
For Want Column Sec Page six
WANTED Do you want to get rid ol
jour diadruft' Tt Pacheco's Dan
druff Kt!'r It Ireeps the scalp In a
health, r ndltlon At I nlon Barber
FOR RENT That commodious icsl
dence it '362 Niiuamt Ave , modern
conveninoies and sanitary plumb
ing Ap.itj tn C H Dii key 39 King
St 2125 tf
FOR REIN7 erv (Unliable unfurnish
ed room-. ". private lions, bciuti
fill loca'ifu wlibjn two minutes
walk ot iibstoffice. Address Ilo
file. P o 2125 t;
LOST V Ui'les gray broadcloth
cupe, li" wl with gia sill. Hewmd
for ret tu to Uulletln office
21 23-1 w
NEW - TO-DAY
All mecibeis of II T O T No Blfi
nre rcurftnted to be present at the
inciting tin evening nt Hlkj Halt and
have their Mrds lenewed.
nyordn V M DIIOOKS Hit.
I) I. CON'CI.ISw Secietaiy
IN THE ''Htcrri COiMl OK lllH
i irst Clriul'. Teirltoij of Hawaii In
Probate ti the Matti r of the lis
inte of tro-ils Louls&on late ol Hnnii
lulu, Oahu deceasid The Last Will
vnd 1ist3taut of saTtl Deceased, lia
ln biuu iireinted to said Court, to
pother with a petition tor the Piobate
tiicriof. and foi the issuance of I .it
lets Testitnentai to Mis Teresa
Luulsson GartenTierg. Samuel Da
mem nnd Abtahnm Lincoln I.oulssoi
having beec filed, notice Is hereby
given that 1'ONDAY. the 2CTH DAY
OP M Y, liv. at in o'cloeu n in , in
the Judiciary building Honolulu,
Is appoints the time and place for
proving said Wilt and hentmg said up
plication, when nnd wneie any person
Intended mi) appeal and show catiB"
If imy uiey have, wti) the pr.icr of
alil petition should not be granted.
Honolulu, April 18, 1902
J. A THOMPSON.
Holmes Stanle). attorney d for pn
212.' April IS, 23. May !.
in Tin: cincuiT couk., kihst
Clieult. Territory of Hawaii At Cham
ncis. In Probate. In the matter of the
Kstate of David W Lowe, late of A'ea
Oahu, deceased On Heading and I'il
lug the Petition and Accounts ot the
idnilulsttutor of the estate of said de
ceased, wherein he asks that tils nc
count be examined and approved, and
bat n final order lie maue of dlstrlbu
Hon of tho property lemalulng In uis
hands to tho persons thereto entitled,
and (live barging him from all furthei
responsibility us such administrator
It Is ordered that Monday the 20th day
of May. A D. 190J at 10 o'clock a. m .
it Zu rouit room oi the said com t at
Honolulu, Island of Oahu bo and the
ann hereby Is appointed as the lime
tnil pf.ue for hi arlng said Petition and
U'lounlH, and that all peisous inten st
ed mav then nniltheienppcarand show
ciiiisi, It any they liuvo. why lhe sumi
ihniild'not be granteu, and may pre
sent evidence bb tn who aro entitled
'o thu said properly
Honolulu. April Hi, 100.'.
Hy the Court:
2I2S April 18. S3, Mnj !, 9.
White Lawn, , , , 1.75
White I.awn shirt waists,
embroidered and tucked front,
open back, soft collar nnd cuffs.
Sizes 32 to 40, Prlco. . $1.75
White Lawn, , . , 2,50
Sheer wlilto lawn shirt
waist, hemstitched, open back,
lace Inserted and hemstitched
front, fancy sleeves. Sizes 32 to
40 Prlco $2.50
- VRSH, Limked
' PUBLIC LANDS NOTICE.
On Saturday May 21th, 1902, nt 12
o'clock noon, at tho front entrance of
the Jtidlclnry tlulldlng, will be sold at
Public Auction, the leases ot the foi
lowing UacU of Government land:
1 That portion of the land of Kn
hel In Kohaln, Hawaii, beginning in
the vicinity of the Government road to
llonolpo and extending mauka to the
new road from Kohala to Walmea con
mining nn area of 155 octcs, a little
more oi less
Term I'lve jears fiom November
I'pset Ilentnl $900 pel annum pay
aide semiannually In advance.
2 That pot tlnn or the land of Ka
hel In Kohnla, Hawaii, between the
Government nnil to llonolpo and tho
sen containing nn men of fcC acres, a
little nioie or less
Term I'lve veais fiom November
lSlh 1 !(.!.
Upset llentnl $100 pel annum pay
able semiannually In advnnce
3 That portion of tbo land of Oplhl
pan, In Kohala. I la-Call, more partlcu
tally described In Govcinment Lease
No 4 TO. containing mi area of 449
ncies, a little more or less.
Teira I'lve years.
I'pset llentnl $314 per nnniim pay
able semi nniiuall) In advance.
l'or any nddltlonal area of said Intnl.
eultivntid In ennu, the Lessee will be
charged the sum of $2 pel acre pir
4 that poitlon of tho land of Uu
klan In Kohnla. Hawaii, more paitlcu
lail) de?nlboil in Goveinment Lease
No. 427, containing an niea of 3S0
neics a lltth moie oi less.
Term I'lvo )eais
I'pset lie ntal $.'CB pci annum, pa)
able semiannually in advance.
I'oi any nddltlonal aiea of said
laud cultivated In cane, the Lessee
will be chaiged the sum ol $2 per acre
l'oi Tuither partlculais nppl) nt the
Public Lands Office. Honolulu
HDWAiiT) S. IIOYD
Commissioner of Public LandB.
Public Lands OITIce, April 17, 3902,
Nolle e is heieby given that CHAS
I! DWIOHT ESQ has been appointed
Ilcmil Supervisor for the District ol
ICona Island of Oahu, Territory ol
Hawnll commission dntlng fiom May
1st. 1902. JAMES H. IIOYD,
Superintendent of Public Works.
Depaitment Public Works, April ltt
190.' 2123 31
JOHN M EZHIIA ESQ has this day
been appointed a member of the DIs
tilft Itoad Hoard for tho bistilct of
l.wa and Wnlauae, Island of Oahu,
Territory of Hawaii, vice 0. W. Nn
waal.0,1, resigned JaS II. HOYD,
Superintendent Public Works.
Department Public Works, April 15,
Will lie received by tho Superintend.
e ut of Public Works until 1 p, m. of
Monday, May 5th, 1902, for tho Con
struction of Ileservolr, Screen and
Stone Chamber, etc , for Lahalna Wa
Plans and specifications on file in
nlTlen of Superintendent of Public
iho Siipoilnlendent reserves tho
ilgli. to i eject any and nil bids.
JAM lid II IIOYD,
Superintendent of Public Works
When James Wlillromb Illley nnd
"Hill" Nve traveled together giving n'
joint eiileitaliiuieut, tho humorist had
great fun with the poet Once. In In
Hodiiilng Itlluy mid blmsolf tn mi an
dlence Nyct remarked "I will nppear
first, mid spe-ik until I get tired, then
Hi lllloy will sueeeed mo nnd rend
fiiiiu his own woiku until you el
65 Queen St.
On WEDNESDAY, Apiil 23rd,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.
At my snlesioom, G5 Queen street, I
will sell at Public Auction, to close' a
9 "SCHWAB" SAFES
Largo and Small Sized.
To be sold at any price.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
Hy ordei of the assignee of the Es
tate of YHl WO, I will sell nt Public
Auction at m) siilesiooni 01 Queen
On FRIDAY, April 25,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M,
All Hie Stock of Goods fiom their Ltoio
nt llcrctanln stieet iiimi Anla lane. "
.Tailors' Goods, Coats and Pants,
Jas F. Y1oran.
Office To Let.
I.aigu fiont office In Love building
A flno office, rent $15 month.
Jas. F. Morgan,
OS QUEUN STItniiT.
COTTAGE on Emma Square, 3 bed
looms, pailor, dining room, pantry,
kitchen and bath Kent JI0 per
mouth. Apply to Jas. V. Morgan, C5
TWO . STORY HOUSE in tho Mc
Carthy tract, Derctanla street, be
tweeu Plikol and Keeautnoku streets.
JAS. F. MORGAN.
85 Queen St