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SUNDAY BULLETIN, HONOLULU, II. T., SUNDAY, APRIL 10, 1J02.
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Chain and Chaln'ess Wheels.
New Stock just arrived on Sierra.
B. O. HALL
BUTTER SUIT YUU?
Hag It got a moldy, back number,
need sort of smell that takes away
your nppetlto for that thick, juicy
steak you would havo otherwise on
CRYSTAL SPRING BUTTER
wo sell will pronto an appctlto not
take It nwny. Hotter than any spring
tonic madn. It Is pure, sweet and
freHli ns n daisy.
Metropolitan Meat Co., Ltd.
TELEPHONE MAIN 45
SHREVE & CO,, San Francisco
To facilitate trade with tho Hawaiian Islands, will deliver
all goods purcnascd or ordered of them, free of all charges
for transportation to Honolulu or returning samo to San
Francisco. Goods will be sent on selection to thoso know
ing the Arm, or who will furnish satisfactory references In
Jewelers, Gold and Silver Manufacturers,
Market tt Pout 8tn., B. P.
Illustrated CATALOGUE and prices furnished upon recolpt
of request. Wo havo tho largest manufactory of Jewelry
and Hllverwaro west of New York City, and are prepared to
furnish special doBlgns.
iiiiij5ui ! LK55-3
ri i in ..I . .rulmfl"
The Only Dandruff
of cheap imita
tions : : :
The bast for Shampoo.
A. Harrison Mill Co., Ltd.
l. White 1221 P. O. Box 55'
Sawing, Planing, Turning an'
Mill Wnrk In all Its tranches
Lumber - Kiln - Dryln .
a speclilty, and in large or smad
!- tw vowKg
& SON, Ltd:
QUIET WEDDING AT HILO.
Illlo. April 18. The wedding of C.
13. Hupal and Louise Pomeroy wan sol
emnized list Tuesday at the pnrsonago
of tho First Foreign church, tho cere
mony being performed by the Itev.
Mr. Cruzan. The only persons present
at tho pleasant moment of the casting
of ows were the members of the pas
tor's family. Immediately after the
wedding Mr. and M.s. Ilapnl dined at
the home nf his parents with a number
i of the relatives of the groum. Wednes
day morning they left to spend their
I honeymoon at tho mountain reildeico
of C. i:. Richardson.
. Arcnttsctt, Contractor, and Mull-lar
I W Heardslee.
' Oro W Pago
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BEARDSLEE dfc PAOF
ArchlteetH and Builder.
Offices. Elite building, Honolulu, T. H
dkplutiea ana Collet.; (estimates Is
it.h.rt ,n in'i Mnthe
HOFFMANN p. mtgi
Hoffman & Riley
c niBiAttt t-urnlttitl
P O. Boa
: red Harrison,
U M OEW . ...
Tel. Main 193.
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if AU, KINDS
Ueaiers id Lumber and Goal,
jn-n Ht.reet, Honolulu
M. H. UBRTELMAN'fl
IH - MOVUD
i 'i old stand. Entranc o
i. 'i -I Orders left at either sko
f t John Nott't store, Kla
-rlv prompt atn11nr
505, Corner nf Berrtanla Ave. and Punch
All Work Done By Hand,
Curtains, Lac Silk and Glove Cleaning
AltADIE ft CO.
sew np of Uuliu.
uDtfi J from duvernmtnt urvy tad (hrik
Mi 0111 At (Mint i ion t, Rllwiy t-nj f ihet
Vtlhl Kourrck THB MAP IS U INCHES
vith atiic rnlonrgt r4 n4t otjntinji, mk
nr very usfut w-l) m orramtn! M mi;
fHBr-eiO FTMV MARIS S'o uu Coplt MP
JAS T TAVIOR,
( ,k ,, JuJ4 nulliloe, Honolulu. T h
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DECKER, FERNANDES & GO.
Real Estate Agents.
Wn rIhii irmlu n specialty of enlarging
Office, mr Houth and King Streets
I' O Dm .121; 'Phono 252 Main.
Q. 11. Derrey's ofllco. 8 Campbell bid,
W. S. Withe will buy our surplus
horxrs at good prices.
A gold cuff button has been lost
Sec 1-ost column In New Today.
uuuitH A Mc 1 ighe are sole agents for
the celebrated 1. do 'lurk's California!
The ofllee of the P13ERLI3SS I'ltK-l
SBIIV1NU PAINT CO. Is 17 Koit
Tho first National at 74 N. King
street makes specialty of mixed
llluuk books of all sorts, ledgers, etc.
manufactured by the llullctln Publish
Young man wIhIich position In oOlce.
Handy with tpewrlter. Sen bis nd
under New Today.
The Pacllle Imjiort Co, has smashed
nil previous tccordt In their sale of
hosiery this week. See ad.
Miss Pope and the faculty of Kame-
hamehn Sfhool for (llrls will glvo au
ni home" next Saturday nttcrnoon.
Invitations nns out for tho coming
nut party of Miss tllrfard Krlday even
ing next. A special lannl is bo.n
elected for the dancing.
The Drownla camera No. 2 Is a mar
el, takes a sharp, clean picture anu
costs only 2.'.0. Call and Bit them ut
Honolulu Photo Supply Co.
Mlb3 Jenny Z. Smith of Lincoln, Neb..
It cnjdjlng n arntlun In Hawaii. She
Is In llllo. accompanying her brother,
J. U. Smith of the Hawaii Experiment
Tor the convenience of business men
at the Hawaiian Hotel and tourists
needing the RerWces nf n stenographer
Miss Pearl Noble has opened an ofllco
In the hotel,
Treasurer of the Territory V. II.
Wright accompanied by Mrs. Wright,
Is In Illlo tor a vacation of :i fortnight
They will spend most of their time at
the Volcano House.
Don t forget Cnmarinoa of tho Call
fornlt Fruit Market when you want
fruit nnd vegetables. He nlways has
on hand a fresh supply of both Califor
nia and Island fruits. Telephone Mnln
Uoo Kim Kul, oue of the two vice
consuls attached to the suite of Yang
Wei Pin of the Chinese Imperial eon
Hitlate. contemplates retiring from
business nfter thirty )earu experience
as a merchant In Honolulu
Captain Mosher of the steamer Ko
nuliou yesterday morning saed the
lUeg of two shipwrecked Japanese
Qihenutn who wern clinging to a
swamped boat off llarber's Point. Yo
gi and Aokl arc the names of the Ja
panese. Mrs. V. O. Smith gac a tea on KrU
day afternoon on Pacific Heights, In
honor of Miss Uooudall. Twenty youug
ladles tnoed tho cool air and en
chanting views. Refreshments were
served In tho lower tea Iioufp, which
was decorated with flags and flowers.
N. S. Sachs Dry floods Co. takes con
siderable plcnsuro and n pardonable
amount of pride in calling attention to
tht'li uew stork of white goods. A
perusal of their advertisement In this
Issue will Inform you of the newest
effects nnd show prices of unusual
economy considering the merit of tl)4
The memheis of the hulks' gymnas
tic class of tho Y. W. C. A. nnd tho
physical dhector Invite all ladles In
terested in KjmuautliH to be ptescnted
at the Y. M. C. A. gymnasium on
Tuesday, Apill 21', between 9:15 nnd
10:30 a. m. Tho regular class work
will bu taken up followed by n gamu
of basketball bewtecu two' picked
A plan Is on foot to erect memor
ials lu Kawalatuo church to those.
Hawaiian and haole, who had part In
laying the foundations of Christianity
and civilization In these Islands. As
at present In mind these memorials are
to be memorial ttblets on the walls or
memorial windows. The piesent plan
is to hold a Hawaiian hookupu soma
time lu the fall or this year,
Mr. and Mrs. W. Orven last night
gave a progr.sslve whist party In hon
or of Miss C. Abrahamson of Oakland
Cal. Thoso present went Mr, nnd Mrs,
W. Orctn. Mr. and Mrs. S. Ehrllch.
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Kngland, Mr. nnd
Mrs. C. 12. Mooic, Mr. and Mrs. Chas.
England, MUs C. Abrahamson, Miss
It. dreen, Lieut, II. New nylon, Mr.
Madden. T. II. Dunne. A. Newhouso nnd
U. S. Levy. After tho games singing
iiml dancing were enjoyed, the evening
concluding with n supper.
I CURIOUS CRINKLES J!
Ily LANAI LOUNGER.
Compared with compounds furnished
tho provision market by Chicago meat
Wills, according to Food Commissioner
Shorey, the most mysterious boarding
house hash of humoroub lltcratuic U
an open book of dlctutlcs,
The bill may tome to mean exclu
sion from the legislative halls In Wash
ington for many who hae to do with
It, an well ns from our coasts for thu
Of two rival conccrnH lu Honolulu, 1
know of a lot af business one of Hum
captured, wh(n no p.ullullty was felt,
simply because thu captor bad stuck
Its telephone number under the noeo
of almost (vcrybudy In town. Oh, ad
vertising does pay. Ho let jour tele
phone number always stare at the reud
ers of the llullctln and the whole town
While the health officials arc keep-'
Ing microscopes set for tho detection of
microbes, the community at large
ought to have clubs out for the mos
quitoes 1 ho Invls b'c cattle may be n j
kind. Tho visible i ests are ever-pres-
ent misery to tho healthy as well as
Head "Wants" on page 6.
II. W. Foster. Jeweler. 158 Hotel SL
Nicely furnished rooms, Popular
louse. 1249 Port K.. S1.R0 per week up.
The Healanl Yacht and Hoat Club
enrsmen hnvo already begun work tor
the fall races.
Japanese Consul Mlkl Salto return
ed yesterdny by tbo Klnau from the
Your amateur photographic work
will bo well done If taken to Honolulu
Photo Supply Co.
The weekly edition of the Evening
llullctln gives a complete summary o(
the news of the day.
The tug Iroquois, Captain Hodman,
teturned from a cruise off Knual nt
1:10 o'clock this morning.
Tnulo claret and other wines are
sold by Homes & McTlglio, Uquoi
dcalers.N. King street. Tel, Main 140.
'Castman pocket folding kodaks all
sizes, for sale at Honolulu Photo Sup
ply Co. at 20 per cent below regular
The Y. M. C. A. will hold its second
Indoor athletic contest In tho gymna
sium on Thursday evening of next
A native boy by the namo of Ike. sap
rrwly escaped serious Injury by a fall
from tho Young building dny before
liuurLxin Whiskey, t years old, J3.B0,
Claret, 50 cents; Sherry and Tokay, 75
cents a gallon nt UotfBChlaegcr Co.s
Trunk, Kerrulra, assistant hnck In
sreclor, nnd n Chlneso bicyclist had
a collision on Nutiauu between King
I i.nd Merchant streets yesterday.
I The Ministerial Union meets nt 10:10
' ii do It tomorrow mornln; to hear u
1 tr.lk on "Present Conditions in Japan,"
"V Huv. Thomas T. Alexander, who
! hat jurt come from a long atuy in that
Capt. AVm. Matson of the Malsnn
Shipping Company, that has Just In
augurated n steamship lino botween
Illlo and San Francisco, arrived yes
terday on tho Klnau.
Within the present month formci
J idgo K. W. Ilarnard of I.aupahoohoe
has received from tho Territorial gov
ernment tho office of School Agent for
tho District of North Illlo and a liquor
d rler's license.
In thr Pohco Court vetcrd-i" M:i-
inmiho, charged with ro'iliery in tin
I'.ii-t degree, had his taso cor.tliiurd
until tomorrow. K. M. tJroi'ca up
poire-l on the bide of tho prciwuliiTj
while Frank Thompson rent denied
I'ho committee on Invitation for tho
Hawaiian reception to Dlshop Nichols
rirtlrc-s to make It known that no writ
tin Invitation will bo Issued. People,
i re requested to take tho public notice
as personal to themselves. Tho recep
t'on will bo on Tuesday In tbo Calho-
ral school room at 8 o'clock.
Tho (Hobo Navigation Company has
K.teu tip tho contract which they hud
with thu Makeo Sugar Company for
handling this company's sugar. The
ntU which tho company runs by rend
ing Its big steamers into Anaholn
vhero they might get Into a very dan
mtour position In ense of stormy
i, (other Is believed to bu tho cause.
The Francis Murphy Dramatic Club
gave Its usunt successful and pleasing
Saturday evening enteitalnment yes
terdny. at Murphy Hull, M. K. Nakul
na executed marvels of melody on the
lolln; Miss Hcheurmami.Ti oung lady
of twelve Hammers, gave a splendid
mandolin solo nnd rrof. Krnest Kaal
di lighted all with his work on tho
guitar. A large and appreciative
crowd was present and the program
was applauded from beginning to (nd.
Dr. Cof.-r, superintendent of tho
I'nlted States Marino Hospital son lee,
Iprethiir with Collector of Customs
htatkable. United States District At
totney Bn-ckons, Mr. Ollison of the
Hospital Ken Ice, Dr. C. 1), Cooper, Col.
Chamberlain, lllshop Nichols, Itev. Mr
Mackintosh and Dr. .Mcflrow, went
drwti to Pearl Hnrbor yostuiday in the
launch Waterwltch on otdclal business
'ii connection with thu United States
Marine Hospital Ken Ice.
iJiwyer (showing gcntlo visitor
round the courthouse) There's Judg)
Whctstono In there holding chambers.
Visitor What case Is ho trying?
Lawyer I think It's a enntesj. of the
will of a rich native by the namo of
Visitor How Interesting. And Is
that Kulakula Inside of that llttht
The weekly edition of the Evening
Bulletin Is the larrjett and best pub
lished In the Territory. Sixteen and
twenty pages. $1 a year.
1000 shades MUST be Bold at once
from 25c up.
SHADES AT HALF-PRIOE.
f.0c shades reduced to 2Cc.
"Co shades reduced to 35c.
$1.S0 shades reducod to 7Sc.
L S. Mathews,
710 Fort Street, Orpheura Illock.
has removed to tho
Arl!(lElOI1 BlOCKi HOiBl SuBBI.
ii itie store tnrmorlv occupied by
H. W Foster.
The Palace Grill
DICK DALY, Proprietor.
HONOLULU, APRIL 30, I0O9
TABLE D'HOTE DINNER
Crtm.-'i Tyrtls c'nnwnitii Mi'.Jnu.e
Broit-d flua, n la Miltrr il'ILHd
KaJMii QurcnOlltn Cu "" Tout
SweclUci i Saute In I'surt
Smill I'ortttlioim? of Veil
M nil ft nun nicv
0niilftCo' Mft1itnt ltate
Btlme Hrvf au u
J(.ut!t?l Tutke, Ciatilnrtx Sm p
I'nf;!isti Plum PuJJitiK, llanl an! luxi-ty uc
VsToi't?tl L iUm Swh Cliee Rjlntu Nut
ColI- ( afc Noir Tea ( -.1 Tei
Dinner from R to 8 7ft cents
HONOLULU, APRIL '20, 1903
Contra mo( Rtrtei nl n k i (.itJtt
R.kfJ RikL CmI, IiVIji itfl
llotlovl (J tic ken, Hollimlafoc Siuc
Ctjtxolste CiL-am 1'nUet. Set
I'llnl llraltiili WltKiIci (mi
ff ji.1 TurVt), ulth Cruw nr Siu.e
P.iMil SllU,lnol It'i-t
Linn U?i tMrry New Cfti-'i C(Hn
VnIi K Cream Mirr (
AvvttcJ I'rpiKli i'lJcs
An i it in nJ St In CIutsc tints In 1 KnMi"
Crtlre lea am! Milk
IpP i Italian a t imi?"
Saturday. April 1).
U s FUh Commission S S Alba
tronn. Thomas, from cruise off Kjual.
Str Klnau, Freeman, from Hilo and
Sunday. April iO.
tf S tug Iroquois, Rudmin. from
crulne- off Kauai, nt 1-10 a. ui
Satin day. tH !'
U H A T. Grant. Cnnky, for Sr
Praaciico, at G p. m.
Ctr klnau. Freeman, foi Illlo and
Laupiboeboe with laborers at 1 p in.
WILOER'3 STEAMER KINAU.
Wdd'r'i steamer Klnau. Captain
Krecuiiu docked about 1 JO o'rloil;
jesterdiy itternoon fiom Hllo and way
port, with a large passenger lint and
cou ,ni";sule freight. Slip hailed agalu
at t ''.loclv for liup.ihoehoe.llllo and
other porU with 150 Japanese laliotera
for various sugar plantations Shu
will return to Honolulu In time to go
out iin hi-r regular iuu ou Moud.iv.
Owing to tho fact that repairs aie
belli t iuj'Ib to the wharf at Illlo the
Kla ui did not doek when .she was
there -ju the recent trip.
It f expected that the Klnau will
lejt Honolulu for San I'raucUco lu
ahuiiC ). month.
"fill:"'" Wagner, who lu, been with
the eoglnfwrlng department of the Wll
der'rf S 3 Co. for mauy years, has
been traunferred from second assistant
of th Klniu to chief engineer of the
Haw id He has seen service ou the
Kin in, Ietene and Maul
Arm fl, Apill 14 Chas L Wood
bury, Harris, 4S houis from Honolu
lu; general meichaudUe.
April 15 Ilk. Santiago. IngalU, IS
days from San Francisco, with geuerai
merctijudiae consigned to Matson Na
vigation Co. I'assenger HIchard A.
The; Woodbury made the tilp to Ho
nolulu In 29 hours on her last trip
ThM h-ats her former record by oue
day for round trip.
CHARTERS TOR HILO.
Am. chr. Ilcrtlo Minor, turcica.
Am hk. Maltha DatU, San Fran
Cisco. Am. srhr. W. F. Wltzeiiuuii, Port
VKSSF.LS IN PORT.
Am. bk. Amy Turner, Warlaud.
Am S. S. Enterprise, Miller.
Am. schr, Otllllo Fjord, Roach.
Illlo, April 18. Mr. nnd Mrs, John
A. Scott, accompanied their guests,
Capt. and Mrs. Win. Matson, I.urllne
Matbon, Capt. Fiederlek Miller of tho
steamer Enterprise, Mrs. Motrlson
Miss C-ainpliell, Mlsb Margiierlto Scott,
went up Tuesday morning by tho Hlln
Railroad to tho Volcano Hoiue, return
ing by train Wednesday evening. They
report a moat delightful trip and a teiy
pleasant .stay at the hostelry made fa
mous by Manager Wnldron.
Tho Klnau, returning from Hawaii
nnd Maui ports curly yestciday after
noon, reports the following sugar on
HnwaU- Walakea. 3700; Hawaii Mill
Co., 7b'i); Hllo S. Co., G000; Onomea
S. Co., 13,000; I'creekco S. Co., 3500;
Honomu S. Co., 11,000; Haltalau p. Co..
3000; Laupahoehoo S. Co., 4000; Ku
kulau, 800; Hamakua, 3000; Paauhau,
r.'i70; Honokna, &00; Pacific S. M,
Nil; Punaluu, 6800; Honoapu, 1800.
Hawaiian Opera House
May 8 to 26, 1902
A brief Season of 12 perfornunces only and first appearances In
Honolulu of tho eminent actor,
MR. FREDERICK WARDE
and his distinguished organization, who will present the following
classic and Shakespearean repertoire:
Thursday Night, May 8.
Saturday Matinee, May 10
Saturday Night, May 19.
Tuesday Night, May 13.
Tfiursday Night, May 15.
Saturday Matinee, May 17.
Merchant of Venice
N. II. Mr. Wardo nnd his Company sail for Son Francisco Tuea- 'j
day, May 27th I!
Complete Scenic Productions, Armour, Costumes, Etc., Specially !'
Drought for Each Play. l!
9CALC OF PRICES. j!
Entire Lower Floor, $1.50; Family Circle, $1.00; Loges, $10.00; i'j
Doxes, $';00. Ji-
Subscription Salo OpiH Ap 11 23th nt Wall, Nichols Co. Regular !:
Sale of Seats May 1st. l'.
',' Seats ordered by mall or tclephono will bo laid aside In the orde- V
j' received, but nono will bo held after May 1. (,!
BRIGHT'S DISEASE AND DIABETES
Two months ago an "Old Schoo. '
physician of San Francisco, who en
joys a large practice calluJ at our o.
tee with his wife. Ho was barely able
lo bo out. He could harliy willc, bU
voice was halting and 'hero wvic
narked evidences of uracn'o p-lkon-Ing.
Ho was so far along wi.li Hrlghl'
Disease that a crisis was Imminent. In
fact he expected convulsions nnd a
fL.i.i ending at any mouicr,., mid t'i!
mi;- day he called discus:)! tho a'l
lsabltity of cremation wlt'i hli !fn
He was so posithe that nothing could
bo done for him that he on!) came la
vlcaso his wife.
Although almost In extremis vo ti.ld
him wo thought ho could recover 11a
wanted to know about tho cost. V.'
trld him there would bo nun' If upon
recovery Ho would admit It in J sav
what did It. This gate him confidence
end he went nt It In earnest, in two
weeks no cent for more, admitting that
It had taken hold. Two weeks Inlet
the same leport. and two weeks ''i iru
after he called nt our ofllco. Dn'a ha
end his wifo wcro tho happiest peo
ple we havo seen for many a day. Ha
Is getting well, and on tho first lny
of April resumed his practice. Ho rer-n-lts
us to u-fer to hi in, nnd If any
I hyslclau suffering similarly will call
'vi will make him the samo offer ind
t..U 111 in tip and introduce him to tho
convalescing physician for a personal
Medical works agree that Drlght's
I)!easo and Diabetes aro Incurable,
but 87 per cent aie positively recover
ing under the Fulton Compounds.
(Common forms of Kidney Complaint
offer but short resistance.) Price $1.00
for the Ilrlght's Disease and $1.50 for
the Diabetic Compound. Jno. J. Ful
ton Co. San li anclsco, solo compound
ers. MRS. L. S. MESICK,
."0 S. School street, Honolulu, solo
agent for tho Hawaiian Islands.
Island dealers supplied from Hono
lulu. Do you want to feel good all
Drink - Komel
Aro you warm and thirsty?
Drink - Komel
It sets tho system right.
Komel Is concentrated Orapo
Fruit Hygienic, Non-Alcoholic.
Soda Water Works Co., Ltd,
Solo Agents or T. H.
Works C01 Fort SL
Tclophono Main 71.
IN LATEST FABRICS
AND HAT TRIMMINGS
SPRING MILLINERY '
The most artistic of workmanship at
most reasonable prices,
A. A. MONTANO
'he old Sewing Machine Agent, is Bttll
In business at 942 BETHEL STREET,
Stock on Hand Standard, Domes
tic. National, Seamstress, New Home,
Household, Expert and Vlntfex.
Call and see. Try and buy.
Saturday Night, May 17.
Tuesday Night, May 20.
Tho Lion's Mouth
Thursday Night, May 22.
Dttmon and Fythla
Saturday Matinee, May 24.
Will Be Announced Later
Saturday Night, May 24.
Will Be Announced Later
Monday Night, May 26.
Special Farewell Program to be
For Want Column Ste Page Six
ANTED lly joung man. clerical
position, of any kind, first-class Isl
nnd refciences. 11. R, this office.
WANTED Position In ofllco by young
man. handy with type-writer. Has
machine. Address O. II., this olfico.
VANTED Portuguese git I, ago 10 to
19, house woilt. Address R, Hullo--'"-
WANTED Pupils. Mme. P. Lam
bert, tho fashionable. French dress
maker from Paris, will open a
school for joung ladles desirous of
learning the art, teaching n system
I entirely her own. Parlors, 306 Uos
ton llldg. 2120 lw
FOR SALE 1 Lodge & Shlploy pawer
lathe, 1 drill press, 1 pp0 cutter,
cutu up to six Inches; all now ma
chines, now on hand In Honolulu;
nlso one steam launch. W. II. Pain,
FOR SALE Two 3-year-old giado
Jcrsoy cows Just calved; good milk
ers and gentle, glWng ten to twelvo
quarts a day each of rich milk. Ap
ply to California Feed Co, 2120-tf
CO LET Cultago on Vuncirbowl SI.;
modern lmpioements. Apply to A.
O. Cunha, 2d liouso above Mormon
Church. Floor tuntted. 212C-lra
LOST Cuff button of Kukul nut with
gold strap. "Aloha" eugraved upon
It. Reward If returned to this ofllco.
IOLANI QUINTET 13. P. Hatfield,
Mgr. Music for nil occasions. E. K.
Kaal'B studio; Tel. M. 231.
NEW - TO-DAY
Tho adjourned annual meeting of
tho stocl. holders of Tho Honolulu In
tstmont Company. Limited, will bo
held on Friday, the 25th day of April.
A. D. 1902. at 4 o'clock n. m nt ihi.
offlco of tho company, Judd building.
Honolulu. H. T April 18th, 1902.
E126-r-ApiIl 19, 20, 24.
NOTICE TO MASTER8 AND PILOT8
Business of Importance.
Thero will bo a regular meeting of
Honolulu Harbor No. 04 A. A. of M.
& P. nt Harmony Hall this Sunday
evening, April 20, 1902, nt 7 o'clink p.
m. All sojourning brethren are cor
dially Invited to attend by order.
OEOROE II. PI1.TZ, C. C.
HART & CO.,
HIE ELITE ICE CREAM PARLOUS
Fine Ice Creams and Water lots,
hocolate and Confections.
The Finest Resort In tho City.
Try our "Elite" Oyster Cocktails,