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KVENINO DULLETIN. UONOLULU.lt. T.. Wr.DNHSDAY, APItIL 23, 1903
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Chain and Ghalnless Wheels.
New Stock just arrived on Sierra.
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E. O. HALL
Socialist Riots of
Integrity of Ruling Power i
1 ' I
llmwla. pill II. Sc.rtciu-4 cmlllcts
Iwtwwn the noter ami the police. In
which over thirty persons wcie wound
pcl, Including women anil children, ot
I'Uireil here late last night In tin- lil
nit) of tin- Mulson lil People. Tlic llrst
en.-ouater tool; place In the Hue des
Minimis, where the mob pnltcil the
pollro with cobbles. Tim police thnti
charged bn) units, ami us u result thrru
ini'ii are scv.icly nnd sevcr.it others
slightly wounded. The mob then pro-.-.-vdml
to the Hue Stevens, In front of
th Malon tin People, where a still
jnorv serious conflict isuirreil. Ov.f
a hundred shots were llrttl from both
side. Women and ihlldrcn wcr
wounded here, ai'iik they, together with
the men Injured, were taken Into th
Malson dti i'euiile.
Toward midnight thu district ol
HrutM-U had the appearance of u tit)
In reolt. The rioters had torn up tb'i
street iar rails and elected a Hurt ol
barricade tu foitlfy their position at
lav Mjbon. . II)' strenuous iffoits thu
polite managed to dear the Hue Ste
vens, tut the Malson du Pcupl.- wen
left In puwmiun of the iloteiH.
Ilrusscls. April 12- The sitting of
the Chamber of Deputies yisterday was
characterized by loIent scenes. Tim
1'reinlcr, Couut de Na)er. leferrlng lu
the deplorable eents of yesterday.
said: "The appeal of the Socialists to
the population proves that It Is the'r
.., 1 1.
,,.... to v..,.. ..,..- .... .......r,, t.-iit .-..,. ....- ..... nc.s.t... s...u-
een after I'arllaniuit has pronoun, cd ,, m that the Iienartineiit of Justice
on the 1 .- Isciuii bill
,.,. I I I fl '
dethronement of power and the triumph
... mi ..I,.. itt,i rii.i r!.n i.r. ....... it Is ...-
soli.,1 that the debate on the ..-vision j"'" '-"'"""''atlon from the Attorney
bill shall occur, lu spite of the asser- ''ei.eral ..r any ot his assistants, bo
tlonn of the monsieur socialist.- to thu i-nnso they refuse to discuss hiich mat
iontr.tr) " l rs. but Information comes without
At Ibis point lu the Premier's speech 11 terwitlon nnd Is to be accepted as
loleni altercations, which nearly lvi.t,Ul.. what form the first public step
toiblows. arose between the Deputies ,r , i(.lmrt,n,.t llf .li,8l,(. w .,.
oflfii. opposing parties. Libera s and u , o ,,, ,,, f ,.
i!nn kill..- 1 ni'c.io.l In ttll'lflt tllUf llttx I
"uv,",,,lr -iifr.'l - '
iluded bctw.en lliem lor tm u. 1 ns.
of universal suffrage, and M. Demble-
blen, a Socialist, shouted "Wt art- be-
tra)i-d!" tern.-y of any one of tho cities which
At the close of the sitting the Social- ,.r,. ,.,.mni u)ulK r t, operation of
lit Deputies, shouting "Jesuit thief'" u, tnM g M(i, hnl t,in u
Mormed the Piesldent s tribunal. I liu ,
iibhtrs were th'-n summoni tlio pr.serci ..,,,.,
order and a violent sc.ne ensued, lui1""1 vann"t (utnMl t,l' lir'f
which bloWB wen- i-x. liangeil.
Ilrussels. Apill 13. The threatenlnis
aspect of a mob near the Malson till
People at II o'clock tonight caused the
police and gendarmes to charge It I
Five of the demonstrators were wound-
ii. One of tho Injured men will din.
He received n bayonet thrust In lb
back. Sixteen arrests were made.
This big casualty list for 11 compara
tfW'ly Insignificant eucounler is taken
as evidence that the gendarmes ate .lib
pt.net) to handle the groups without
Tho liiiigmnaster adopted most vig
orous measures during the evening.
The whole civic guard was moblllcd
and the squares and stints In the vici
nity of Hie .Malum du Pcuple were oc
cupied b 2.V11J of the "cot is elllc,
Tim dlsorderl) elenieut nvpenreil t-owed
tonight as 11 result of the repiesslon ot
hist evening, and there were only 11
few tilulng dctnoustrntluiis These
weie Immediate!) supiesbed by (barges
of the gendarmes. None of the lattel
were Injured. j
Uttc this evening a group of ilotersi
insulted nnd Jeered at a cordon of the
civic guard In the Hue Hnllcbes., where
upon u bod) of Kcndaimcs was sent out
and caught thu disturbers ami badly
mauled tbem. Hut that this disturbance
was uot serious Is shown by the cir
cumstances that none of the men ar
rested currlt d weapons, A sample, how
ever, of what the worst tlass of rloteis
carried In the way of arms was levcul-
tl when 11 young man who had been
mrusUsl at another point was scinched.
A knife, a polgnanl, a fork and a rtA
olver were found In his pockets.
The police closet! the Mnlson du Pen
pie this evening, unci no one was al
lowed In the building. It was said to
night that thu cenlinl committee of the
Young Socialist (lunrcl. fearing that
the pollen will beat ell the vailous olllcci.
of the organization, have yi tiered thu
t'lilws and Hhnllup okllyg()Rv
I01.1I lommlttce to bum their nchlvef
Ilruisels, April 15.- In conseiiueuc 0
of thu disorders the pupils of several
common schools have been dismissed
nnd the premises utilized as barruckv
for the tioops.
All the factories and mines lit Mor
Innwtlz, Valare and Mnbllle have been
SotlalUt disturbances occuired last
& SON, Ltd:
night id Natnur. A mob stoned the
police, who charged with drawn swords.
Subsecpic ntl) a force of gendarme)
scattered the rioters.
The strike In steadily .-Mending I"
both this tit) and Its suburbs, .sped
all) at Molcnlieek, where a number of
large f.iilorleN h.ie stopped wink.
The military and police have adopt
ed moie stringent measures to preserve
The burgomaster has i)fued the
Hoc lallsts' request to he allowed to
follow their own devlc. s In bur) lug thu
Socialists killed during Saturday's
rlcitn. Orders 1i.im been Issued for tlio
pioccsslou to be held nl 6 o'clock in
tut; morning, without b-tmls or funeral
emblems. Otherwise, the Interment
must be carried out at night.
It Is estimated that the strikers In
the Chnrlcrol districts now number
Mt.Ooa. Them are (rrqunit parades
there, but the town Is generally peace
ful, in accordnuie with the advice ol
the strike leaders.
Against Beef Trust
Wnshlngton, April I2.-O11 authorl.
,' of a member of the Interstate Com
1111 ree Ciimih.lsslou Tho Call coire
1 1. ...1 . .1 .. .......
bus been men lug against tin. beef
I tu st. It Is useless to attempt to get
,1 , .., th.. l.l,. f 1.111
1 i' ii it' 1 wwii vii"" rmij' t 1. ui uill ti
..i.,..,,,,... T,..K ,,... ,., I.
r"t oniuuietl. nils mil) come,
tliiough the Dnlted States Dlslrl. I At-
BRITISH STEAMED HE
Loudon. Apill 12.-I'hu lliltlsh
hleanier Kluomus Castle, homeward
bt'iiud from the Cape 0, (lood Hope,
villi 350 passengers on boatd. strand
ed off llrightstone. Isle o, Wight, at
" o'clock this morning, .lie sea Is
calm, but tlio vessel's position Is
The attempts made dining tho day
to lloat the Ktnonius Castle lulled.
1 he pussnngc-is have been tiausferiecl
in Southampton uud the vessels tar
1 1 is being light, led.
Send the weekly edition of the Bul
letin to your friends. Only $1 a year.
Pel haps you uaven't a mu
sic cabinet, or if you havo one,
It tloesn't suit. Wo would
'like Io seo you it such Is the
jSnme folks have music racks
and stand tiiclr music on
edge, which soon has It lu a
dilapidated condition. Our
cabinets aro the best for
keeping music In older and
In oak or mahogany, ficini
$7.50 upward, to match furnl
tin. oi piano.
ProgrcRS Block, Port St.
Of nil the sportsmen who nro at
pit sent gaining health and strength
by field evrclse, the golfers nro prob
ebly the ones who have kept most out
'if the public e)e. Despite tho seem
ing obllUun, however, tho Honolulu
(loir Club Is nt present In tlio midst of
n touiuament tlio first round of which
(was iciently flnlshcct and the second
Is now being pin) oil.
The result of the first inunil was ns
... ti . II film ....... I fl.,11.1
iiiiiciwh; r.. mwi .. -.... ,. ..u
i :',0) I up nnd 3 to play. I), ltoss (12)
btat .1. Cockbtmi (2.1), .1 up and 2 to
.lay. I). Melntyre bent W. W. Thayer
ly default and Dr. Nichols won Ills
gnme against 1'rlnte Cupid byMefntilt.
The second round, now being ptny
nl consists of the following matches:
I. ltoss s. l. ltoss.
II. Mclht)re . Dr. A. I. Nlcbolfc.
It. Anderson vs. A. W. T. llottomley.
W. M. (HITard s, II. Olffanl.
Til, It. .lamleson vs. A. Watson.
II. II. Sinclair s. N. hay.
1). W. Andirson s. J. C. Mi dill.
W. M. lluchnnan vs. A. (larcle.
Secrnl games of ttttn round hnvo
already been played. All tho gnmes
must be plajed on or before May 3.
i fijl GftSE
A eiy Inteiestlng llieouie tnx CIISO
came up in limit at llunalel. Knual.
lh( Other ilny. before .ludgu Kaklun.
'I he defendant was Mr lllrkmyre, who
utently Inherited n large diiiii ot
money from n relatle lu Scotland.
The defendant did not make any In
icinin tax return ntul was inlled to
at count for his failure" to do so. In
the court he statetl that previous tu
the taking elfeit of the Income tnx
Itw he had no Income nbalecr. A
sl.int time ngo ho Inherited a largo
sum of money, but us this was foreign
Income he did not believe It iultl bo
t.txetl by the local authorities.
Judge Kaktna asked lllrkmyro how
much money ho bad spent since thu
li'come tax went Into effect nnd how
imuh money ho had Invested out of
Lis inheritance. lllrkmyro answered
litul the Judge calculated that accord
irg to the sum mentioned, the Income
of the defendant was about !1200. 1 to
tl'crcloro decided Hint he should hi
tnxctl for that amount, nnd so tho do
fiiiduut wns made to pay (21 Into the
colTcrs of the (lOM'iument.
Mr. lllrkmyre lins appealed his cum?.
Mr. and Mrs. II. l.llngstou Kerr
are sending out Invitations to a lecep-
tlon to be gien at their home, Pill-
aI .nPfll. iidBhu. on the evening ot
n-.. ........ ....... . 1 in
iiHTiiii;. .uu v, 1 in- nirjuiiHi nit
be In honor of the marriage 01' Miss
It. Keir and James S. Ml-
NEW - TO-DAY
CARD OF THANKS.
Mrs. 1). .1. Fett.-r wishes to .-Mend
lu henttfelt thanks lor the kindness
luring her late bereavement,
All Irishmen and Irish deseend.-nts
ii Hawaii arc recpiested to meet nt
Waverly Hall Sunday morning, 11rll
27th, at 1U o'clock, to ditlde on honit-l
lorm of permanent organization,
(.barter list will close nt that time.
C. J. McCAllTHY.
Chairman St. Patrick's Day Com.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
The uiidcrUgncd having I u duly
appointed Administrator of the Estate "-"''' "-"'i-u to n number of chinch
ti' John Ilryant. late of Honolulu. 1st- ""'" '" ""' "V '' ",,,,'t Illshop Nlch-
...in ..? li!n I ,l,.iiu..il nolle,. U tl. o!- Ut tllO D.lVlfS IVSilll'tlCI' Oil FllllnV
I) given to all persons to pit-sent '
tl.lr claims against said Estate, duly
m Ihcntlt al.-d, whether seemed b)
moitgiigo or otherwise, to the under
slened at Ills office, 137 Men hunt St..
Honolulu nroiesaltl, within six months
from the date of this notice, or they
vlll be forever burred.
I'll Merchant St.. Administrator of the
Estate of John Ilrjaut. Deccnscil.
Dated, Honolulu, April 23, 1902.
2129 April 23, 30; .May 7, 14, 21.
IN Till: DISTRICT COUUT OF THE
UNITED STATES FOR THE
DISTRICT OF HAWAII.
the Matter of Austin Publishing
Company, Limited, Bankrupt.
To the creditors or Austin Publish
I ni; Company. Limited, lu the Island
ot Oaliu, nml district aforesaid, a
Notice Is hereby given that on tho'
21st tluv of Alirll. 1902. the said Alls-1 1
tin Publishing Company, I. unite
duly adjudged bankrupt; and thut the
livjt MVLitli... r.f I.. 1ttA.,n ..111 l,.t((JII tllO Itrinttt if Tntctooo tl... ....!..-'
"inv iiii- tiiiff ui nn l irtlllUID Mill Ii"
laid at my office, 33A South King!
btreet, Ju Honolulu, on the 3d day of
May, A. D. 1902, at !l o'clock In the
fort noon, ut which time tho said cred
itors may attend, provo their claims.
n point u trustee, exnmliui tho bank
rupt, uud transact such other business
ar. may properly eomo beforo said
rr.ci.tlng. WM. S. FLEMING,
lliferco In Bankruptcy.
Honolulu, April 23, 1002.
DAY. $35 3N?3P2
1 g if 1
pun. m. m. p. m,
HoOdtr ftj 1HI,t f 4 8 44 9 !'
TutiJiy ti' 5 I t 1 M II IO 4
I ' I
Wtntilr ji tii9 Ml iinlti)
Thulllly ., ii dll 4 la to II IT
FilJy t; 5 i.ti ol io 4o'.l m.
Saturday it, 6 id .1. t 41 it " 11
Sunday ..,.. ti flu .61 6 40114'', 1
Monday iS 1 10 1,! I II a 1 11 u
Tides from the United States Coast
nnd tjcodctlc. Survey Tables.
Weather llureau, I'unr.liou, April 2H.
Temperature Morning minimum,
TO; Midday maximum, 77.
Ilarometer at 9 a. ra. 30.13. Steady.
ltnlnfall 0 0).
Dew Point fitt'.
Humidity nt 9 a. in. M per cent.
Diamond Head Signal Station, April
23. Weather cloudy; wind fresh NP.
Wednesday, April 23.
Str. Walnlenle, I'llts, from Anahola.
at ."i:10 a. m.. with MOO bags of sugar.
Str. Mlkahuln, Gregory, from Koloa,
at 5: 13 a . m., with 1900 bags of sugar,
S mules, '!'. bundles hides, K goat sk Inl
and 3,i packages sundries.
Am. bk S. C. Allen. Johnson. Willi
sugar for S.in '"lunelsco.
Str. I.ehiu, Nnopatn, for Jlolokal
IHirts, at , p, 111.
Str. Mlkahnla, nresory, for Kleelo
llanapepe. .Makawell, Wnlmen nnd Ke
kaba. at S p. m.
Am. bk. Ceylon. Wilier, for Ijiysan
SA1I.INO ON KHIDAY.
Str. Mauna l.oa, Slmcrsou. for Ha
waii and Maui ports, nt noon.
l'rom Kauai, per str, Mikahnla,
April 2.1-W. Schnaff, S. E. Lucas, L.
K. Pearson, Mrs. Todd, Mrs. Mnhalama
and 21 dock. .
lu Mi-lni-rny'i corner window Is a
wt uvlug of silk from cocuons raised
by Miss Kate Atherton nt the home
f her paieuts, Ml. nnd Mrs. Jos n.
Atherton, King street. It consists of
n leel wound ofl of less than 300 co
rdons. There Is enough thread tl 1
tri.ke about a yard of silk. I
Mr. Imnnlshl. president nnd mana
Hi of tho Honolulu branch of the
"lokohama Specie flank, has examin
ed the venting nnd pronounced It first 1
The sample will be sent tn Japan j
I." the hands of a returning mission-!
t-ry from the Suites, who will pass
thiough Honolulu within a few weeks.
nnd there made into silk cloth for the
purpose of havlniTh thorough estimate
of the possibilities, of Hawaiian silk.
C. M. Cooke, president of the Haul;
of Hawaii jud of the Chamber of
Ci mmerce.s taking a great Interest
ttlong with tho Atheitons In this Initial
experiment. Ho is going to nsk II. M.
I Whitney, editor of tho Planters'
Monthly, to agitate the matter of bilk
isislng as a subsidiary ludustiy on
Miss Atherton this afternoon gavo u
nn inti-retttlng an-
count of the vailous stages of culture
f- 'lu the egg to the reel of silk, her
li'.ther Joining In the Interview.
"""'"""IB "u. en Issuetl by T.
"l1"'' Ht s olk. Tho object ofs'1,"t h'"P: Akau, third basei ulana,
i he in. t ling will be the discussion of
P'l-ns rnr tho founding of n local Si'tt -
null's Instltuto on the pattern of
those whlih uio to bo found In nlmint
it iy s.apoit town of any impoitntii-e.
1h se places, which are open to all
r.cEpun. olTlcers nml men alike, pio-lr,
l(!e all manner of wholesomo .-nter-1
ininment for the roaming tars, nnd
oliui do a greut ntnnunt of good by
k'-eplng Jack awny from evil lesorts.
The Institution of this kind in Sun
Friinclsco Is nn eminently successful
'no and. ns u consequence, nny sun-l-t-stlons
which Illshop Nichols can
nnU on the subject will be of the
guntcst vnlue. The Seamen's Insti
tutes all over the world coopeiate In
a Inige measure, nnd as Illshop Nlcli
ols promises tho support of tho Snn
I'innt-Isco Institution Uls nld In this
point will lie very valunble. '
This noon, Henry Wuterhouse sent
- ' Ui A, Monoii Rmltb of Onhu Col-
d AUH-I ' l-jljer In which he. In belmli of
d, was!"' McMnley Memoilal KiinU foi..
tnlttec. nsked that Dr. Smith l.ilug be
I nunmn ihv jiuiiicf-
kMhb the Dnseball League the use.
or the O.ilm College gioumis for the
league gnmes. Mr. Wateiuouso lu his
letter shows how this peimlsslon will
"' n great assistance to both tho Me
morial Fund nnd to local sports, and
teinmnientls that tho permission bo
No less than IS5 species of bulter
flies nro found In Mexico and Central
TAILORED SKIRTS FOR WOMEN
Three seasons ngo wo began to believe that we could please wom
en, by procuring for them read) mndo summer skirts, which would
havo nil the ciitcncss, all the style, nil the fit ami nil the quality, of
skirts which wero made by expeiishe dressmakers, nnd tho making
of which coat almost as much as the making of cloth or silk dress
That we were right Is proven by tho way our skirt business has
grown. Every senson, moro won en havo bought our skirts,
What's the result? Just this. With every season wo mako In
creased efforts to provide cholcv styles and an ampler slock and In
buying largely we buy well. Quantity Is a great factor In tho reducing
The skirts whlcn wo show this wce.1; aro "ot a. higher grade than
any wp hao ever before offered. They wero gathered from tho
salesrooms of New York's foremost makers only a few from each
hence while tho styles aro all sure to be right beyond a doubt, they
nro all different, and you arc Bine of not meeting other skirts Just
like yours on cevry corner. Tfutc hints of them:
with 4 rows French Insertion,
8 Inches apart and 3-Inch tucks
I In spaces y $6.00
wldu flouno: and 8 rovrt, of
Hamburg band) $6.00
M'ry wide Insertion, running in
V effects $4.50
Trench embroidered bands in
(1 redan patterns $4.50
wldo flounce with extra flare
nnd 3 rows open work trimming
4 rows of Insertion running
Irani top to bottom $3.50,
WHITNEY & MARSH, Limited
WANTS BY AUTHORITY
For Want Column Ste Page Six NOTICE.
TO LET. Notice Is hereby given that It. D.
("OR RENT Furnished rooms en sulto
with privilege of light housekeeping,
at the Island Hotel, 714 Fort St.
ltooms 25c, SOc, 75c, $1 per night.
TO LET You know that Pacheco's
Dandruff Killer is a marvellous
quick relief for itching scalps, ono
application allays the awful Itching.
At I'nlon Barber Shop.
TO LET Good room, two beds, with
board; on ear line; Biiltabto for two
)oung men Terms reasonable. Ad
dress Z. this office. 2129-lw
FOR SALE Cheap, a 30-room lodging
house, good location, electric lights
unci baths, pwuer has other busi
ness; can give easy terms. Address
P. () box 222. 2123-tf
Honolulu. April 23, mi.
On nnd nfter May ist, J902, the tlls
tiibutlon of nlants. etc.. from the Clni-
unment Nursery. King street, will bo
in oory day of tho week, except Sat-i-i.la)
s nnd holidays, between the
hours of 9 a. m. and 12 in., and t and
4 p in. No plants will bo given out
unless nn order Is presented, to bo ob
ti'lr.etl nt the office In the basement of
the Capitol building.
Wit AlT TAYLOIt.
Commissioner of Agrlculturo and For
Tin- Malle-Ilima baseball team will
play tho Artillery team In Kaplolanl
1'i.ik on Saturday at 3:30 p. m. Tho
line-up ot the teams will probably bo
Mnllu-llimas Kllcy, catcher; Geo.
Clark, pitcher. Willis, first base; Carl
l.'ylor, second bnse; H. WfHTanis,
M' ft ""'"Ii Tobln, center field; Ilush,
1 't,lt ll,,(l-
I Aitllleiy Lieut. Jones, catcher;
i "" WM- I'Hflicr; Lcney, first base;
j mlth. second base; Hick, third base;
I'l"1, "'''"' 8,1"rt 8ton; Bonnctt, left
l,,: ""Ulilll. center Held; Llout. Npvv
'"" rlRul nM
mornth.nVC"lDS DulIotln' " cenls Dor
"TWO WAYS OF LOOKING AT IT"
T-Ai'lln lnpluA In Hio nvornun dla.
,,, nt w,,ch fect BC0 bc8t
Holding book or paper differently
.ll.'n.tu ,,v.) ktmln .mtinnn nn n.m. In
,.,ri.ar,on or uefoctlvo musclcs-
means giuve harm sooner or later.
"A glass In tlnio Bavcs" slightly
changed, but you know tho Import, and
eyes are moro Important than stitches.
A. N. SANFORD,
Boston Building. Fort PtreeL
Over May & Co.
3 flounces and tucks, very full:
tho skirt ot the season $3.50
plain, full skirt with liberal
color natuT57, 3 rows ecru open
work bands $6.00
natural color, very full, with 2
wldo flounces $5.00
Mercerized Linen, colors ox
blood, blue, brown, and natur
al, trimmed with 5 white linen
folds, stitched $3.50
GLACK FRENCH 8ERGE
with whlto hair lined stripe, 3
rows of bias folds, stitched and
wife flaring flounces $5.00
SLIKE, E3Q., has this day been np
pf'inted First Assistant Harbor Mas
tu for tho Port of Honolulu, vice A.
1. MAltX, ESQ., resigned.
JAS. II. DOYD,
Superintendent of Public Works.
Department of Public Works, April
LJ, 1902. 2129-3t
Notice Is hereby given that the fol
It,wng changes and additions havo
been mndo In the Rules and Itegula
tlons and Rates ot Fare governing li
censed vehicles In the district of Ho
iiclulu, to take effect from and after
May I, 1902:
Hack Stand Abolished.
mj. 3. Hnlcnl side of DcrctiiLla
stieet, oast side ot Nuuanu street.
Additional Hack Stands.
No. 24. Situate on the Ewa side of
U&lon street, mnuka of Hotel.
No. 25. Situate Ewa side of AlaUea
stieet, between Halckauwiin and Al
len streets, opposlto Flshmarket.
Change of Rules.
16th. To and from any point be
tween Punnhou street and Kamollilli
Church to Walklltl bridge, on the cast;
nud mauka along Wilder avenue to
Mctcnlf street. In a direct line to Ka-r.-ollllll
Church. On tho west to tho
k "lehnnicha fork road on King street.
11 cinui aiong iNuuanu street to uia
piimlscs of the Hawaiian Clay Com
pany, and across Wilder street, in
cluding tho Puunul tract, not to ex
ceed three miles. For ono passenger,
ono dollar; for two passengers, one
dollar and a half.
Where not othcrwlso provided, to
or from any point within the radius ot
ono mile, 25 cents.
When Ordered Specially for Kaplolanl
One or two passengers, each way. $1.15
Three passengers, each way 2.25
21th. If any licensed vchlclo Bhnll
le found standing in any place but on
the appointed stand, the driver shall
1 1 liable to arrest by any police offl-
cer, unless said driver shall bo under
engagement or have permission from
a police officer.
JAS. II. IIOYD.
Supeiintendent of Public Works.
Department of Puullc Works. Hono
lt.lu, April 21, 19u2. 2123-31
Aui' ntlnulng every evening d'rlng
mo weou except aunuay
THE GREAT MORAL DRAMA
TEN NIGHTS U BAR ROOM
FRIDAY and SATURDAY
f O phcum Popular Prices 25c, 50c, 75c
1 1 iitlnco Prices I5c and 25c.
General bookbinding, ruling, gliding,
'embossing, maps, charts and artistic
printing at tho EVENINO BULLETIr
and Broker V
65 Queen St.
Hy order of tho asslgnco of the Es
tate ot YEU WO, I will sell at Public
Auction nt my salesroom, C5 Queen e
On FRIDAY, April 25,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M,
All the Stock of Goods from their etore
at Uerctanta street near Aaln lane.
..Tailors' Goods, Coats and Pants,
Jas. F. Morgan.
Office To Let.
Large front office In Love building.
A flno office; rent $15 month.
Jas. F. Morgan,
05 QUEEN 8TRHET.
COTTACe on Emma Square, 3 bed
rooms, parlor, dining room, pantry,
kitchen nnd bath. Kent $40 per
month. Apply to Jas. F. Morgan, 65
TWO . STORY HOUSE in the Mc
Carthy tract, Berctania street, be
tween Pllkol and Keeaumoku Btreets.
JAS. F. MORGAN.
65 Queen St
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