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EVBNINO BULLETIN. HONOLULU. H. T., 1'IUDAY, AI'Illl, IG, 1002.
PERMEO FOUNTAIN PEN PILLS
i&&?y . ...
There Ib no other ptaco hi the world where n chiffonier Is
needed so much as In Honolulu. In this climate, where ladles
require so many changes of clothing, extra spaco Is In demand to
keep them, nnd no other piece of furniture Is quite so convenient
and beautiful ns a chiffonier. Our present stock Is very hnnd
Homo nnd tho prices ro lotf
Wo also havo a complete stock of
Dining Room Tables
both round nnd squnro with chairs to mntch and some very hand
some Round Card Tables
Wo will be pleased at all times to show you our stock. "
J. HOPP & COMPANY,
LEADING FURNITURE DEALERS
Corner King nnd Bethel Street
Hawaiian Iron Fence
TELEPHONE MAIN 287.
In our maukn window wo are
displaying a line of canned
goods irom Wellmuu, Peck &
Co., S. K, which wo guaruntco
to bo Urst-class In every respect.
Telephone ordors delivered
Snow Flake Salmon
Snow Flake Lunch Oysters
Snow Flake Sugar Corn
Melrose Daby Tooth Corn
Melrose Sugar Corn
Melrose Snow White Asparagus
Melrose Lunch Smyrna Figs
Melrose Lemon Cling Peaches
Melrose Yellow Crawford
Peaches (extra quality).
H. MAY & GO.
Tho Popular Grocery.
according to the opinions
of physicians nnd food cx
perts, wo hBVO all tho best
of tho many breakfast
foods now on tho market.
Thero Is one that has be
come tho most popular of
all foods Blmply because
Its work and results tell
quickly and satisfactorily.
Come and we'll tell you
confidentially which will
ult you best.
LEWIS & GO.
II ti Limited li ii
1060 FORT STREET. '
240 Two Telephones 440.
livery User of n fountain Pen should
have them. They nro convenient,
orflly handled nnil always ready for
and Monumental Go.
176-180 KING STREET.
EAGLE BREAKFAST CHEESE
FRESH CEREALS, ETC
PORT STREET, above IScrctanln
Plenty 'Good Gravy'
PAPER NOVELS received Ex. S. S.
"SIERRA" - 20c to 50o each
and now on nnle at tho
Golden Rule Bazaar
ISO HOTEL ST.
III Bl- UN
PORTO KICAN PLANTERS
DESIRE HIS SERVICES
Received an Offer of $20,000 Per
Annum to Manage Big Sugar
Estate Is Making Investigations.
W. J. Lowrle, forme- manaK'T ol
liwa and Sprcckelsvlll plantations Is,
If reports to the effect are-true, now In
Porto Itlco looking Into an offer which
was recently made and which was the
cause of his departure for New York
some three months ago.
It Is understood on good authority
that Mr. Lowrle received from a planta
tion In I'orto ltlco an offer of K'0.000
n year to undertake th- management of
ii ast estate. He wut Immediate!)
upon the receipt of th letter contain-
Ilng the ofTer.
J. S. McCundlcss who left for the
Mainland In n tecent -tamcr Is ulru
on his way to I'orto RUo bis Intention
I being to Inquire Into the sugar sltun
j tlon there.
I Mrs. Lowrle was "phoned to today
but she stated that sh ))d not believe
j she ought to pay anj'bmE about her
TOW TO HONOLULU
Awaiting a tow to Honolulu, the bat
teied sehuoner Tttillubt of the Leahl
Navigation Company ting kcrt nlloj'
by the lumber that i- in her, Is still
I Ijlng at anchor oil Koiou, Kauai. Tin
I ttcanier Walaleale arrived In port this
j morning at S o'clock from Anahola nud
. lepoits the damaged ncboouer as nboe.
The Walaleale. Captain I'lltr..
brougbl .1445 bags of 11 8. Co. sugar
from Kauai. I'urter Paul Stlel irports
the V. (5. Hall loading KUgar at Aim
klnl, the Nllhau loading at itolou and
thu Ki'auhou finishing discharging at
Captain (!rne out with Ihn.
Ke.iuhou on her Inn trip. Ho went to
Ind the cables un tr discharge nnd
lo.id freight at Kllnun. For nearly a
e;ir these cables have been lying at
i the bottom of "7ie little hay. Tim
Walaleale reports that the efforts In
this direction hae for proved un
tj.idchKfiil ami that the purser of the
Keauhou sa TTiat tin vessel will
probably have to go to rome otliei
port to load sugar, as there Is a bca
swell running at "ilsmui
The bark W 11 I'liut sailed from
Kauai on Tlnirada morning for Sal'
KrnnrlKio with 110.200 bags of sugar.
Italn squalls and bnvy swells pre
tall on the vsindnard side of Kauai.
Head Hinds and seas were oxpcrlcucfil
by the WaUleale In the rhannel com
LET HOM DROP.
To a group of reporters Just outside
Mayor Low's otnee the other day he
told the following story to illustrate
the point of an argument that he had
Just been having with sin fnlluentlal
culler but failed to advise his listen
era ns to w hat tho point was.
At a Western seminary where the
jnung ladles had arranged an evening
i ntcrtnlnment some jearB ago It wn3
nrriinged that some of their young men
friends would be lifted up into the ilor
miton windows b meanK of a basket
with n rope utt.ulud to It.
A vigilant piofegsor discovered the
basket, slipped Into it nnd gave the slg-
mil to hoist. Ills head finally appeared
plane the windon sill, nnd he was
i recognized. The profissor heard one
1 frantic scream of terror In unison from
I a dozen (harming pupils, and then
"What happened?" demanded Mr.
Ixiw 's listeners, eagerly
"They let go of the lope."
JONES In this city, April 25, 1902. to
the wife of J. Walte' Jones, a daugh
ter In inse of a cold wave warning 100,.
0(n teleginms are often distributed
within a few hours, and tho Weather
I'lireau claims that in ono Instant t
J'MuO.'iiifi worth of property was sav-
Rrtrj evening during tho week oxcept
THE FIRE PATROL
A FLAG0F TRUCE
O'pheum Popular Prices 25c. 50c, 75c
MATINEE PltlCES 15c and 25c.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Head "Wants" on page 6.
Q. II. Uerrcy's oOlco. 8 Campbell bid.
Col. J. V. Jones fs around telling
that It Is u girl.
Gomes & McTlghe are sole agents for
tho celebrated 1. do Turk's California
Blank books of all sorts, ledgers, etc.
manufactured by tho Bulletin Publish
It Is said that the people of I.lhiie
(Kauai) are nhoul to form n monthlj
The weekly edition of tbo Evening
Bulletin gives a, complete summary of
tbo news of tho day.
The McKlnley Memorial committee
goes out to Pnwna this afternoon tu
Inspect land for the proposed park.
The annual meeting of the Honolulu
Investment Co. will be held t Itn
office, Juitd building, at 4 o'clock this
Bourbon Whiskey, 6 years old, $3.a0;
Claret, CO cents; Sherry and Tokay, 75
cents a gallon at Hoffscblacgcr Co.'s,
The tug-of-wnr tournament will be
gin In the Anln warehouse tomorrow
night. Klnborate preparations are be
ing made for the event.
Those desiring Prlnni Uncle liter In
bottles should telephone their order
Immediately to the llrewerj-. us the
supply Is nearly exhausted.
Don't forget Camarlnos of the Call
fornlt Prult Market when you want
fruit and vegetables. He always has
on hand a fresh supply of both Califor
nia and Island frullo Telephone Main
Pearl City hotel Is reopened under
u. e management of J, W. Chapman,
the wefl-known caterer. Its manj nil
vantages to town folks for rest am'
recreation arc set forth In u curd iln.
The Supreme Court jesterdnj iittir
noon heard the Kiilna Kapuklul guar
dianship matter, un appeal from tho
dissolution of the trust by Judge l.lttle,
while sitting ns substitute in tin I'lrst
T.c bark Louisiana. Captain Hal
crow, sailed for l'uget Sound In ballast
this morning, being towed out by the
Fearless about 11 urlncfc. She m
iheil here on the !Uli Instant with coal
The Puradlse of the Pni-tfli- for April
Is nut in good shape notwithstanding
the difficulties of the oillro where lldi
tor Ijingtnn prints It. Its halftone Il
lustrations ale diversified In subJrrU
and aitlstlc In treatment.
There was nothing much done in thu
Police Court this forenoon. There
were seven .enses of drunkenness nnd
one of common nuisance. The former
were all lined the usual amount anu
the latter went over to another date
The Advertiser came nut this morn
ing with the name of Louis Marki
among the list of drunks who were m
tested Inst night. The nnmo wus Iiiils
Marts ns plain us day on the record or
the receiving station and the I'oMce
Court calendar this morning. The fel
low Is u Portuguese.
T. II. Davli-H & Co. have binught suit
agalnBt K. Taketa and N. Tnketa fm
the recovery of $721.18 nllcged-tn he
due for goods furnished nt viiilous
times. The papers were served on the
former yesterday at his plnco on Ilere
tanla street. The other man Is at
Aleu nnd the papers will lie served op
Ntll IN TO ol
The bark Nuuanii, Captain Josselyu
which made Hie trip from New WirU
covering over 1.1,000 miles. In 112 days
arriving here nu the ISth Instant, will
be ready to siuMitnce about the mlddlf
of next week for Kahulul. She I.
uiplillj completing the discharge of her
general cargo and will loiiimiuie to
uke on sugar In a day or two. Th
Nuuanii will gti horn here with t;,i
tons of sugar In her hold, taking on the
balance of her sugar caigo nt Kahulul
She will leave Kahulul with nhout 1700
tons of sugar, over 27,000 bags, for New
Captain Josselyn Is still In possession
of the crew which worked the veshel
from artiuud the Horn. The crew is so
well pleased with the Nuuanii that
each man has entered into an agree.
inent with the captain to stay by tin
vessel and discharge her, and lo go out
with her again to New York. They
will huvo a big pay day coming when
they reach New Yors! again.
G0E8 TO MARCUS IHLANP.
Assistant Harbormaster Itodtdilll
has handed In Ills resignation to ak
elfict tomorrow, as ho leaves lor the
Coast In tho Alameda ucxt weeh to
secure a schooner and lit out au ex
pulltlon to go to Marcus Island, In the
North Pacific, discovered by Mm
The captain is backed by Honolulu
men. Hu will load guano at Marcus
and It Is expected that bo will provo
very successful In his venture, ns Mar
ens Island is snld to be very rich In
grano. Captain Itoselilll has resided
in these Islands since 1877 and has
been assistant harbormaster at this
port for the last ten months. He Is
very populur on the front nnd his
many friends wish him all manner of
AMen KIs t-u "II. If
' rwn.'rv 's coir iiitccj
.ill tilt -ur.it ve nroiwr
ties of the eMWii'ivc bell-, n pw ,oM bv
JOvtors and drugf, V It gives ,ieiy
Ntronc LUrrpnt of clfitrhrilv uiii i e.i-ily
rcRulateJ. Huuud to super-Jc olhrrs. Can
I be had from the un JertiKtieJ onlv s no
acents; no discount. Circular free. Address
lep!e Ulectrlc Co . 206 J0:t St.. San
I Frat.tlsco. Sent tree to Hawaii lor $5.00
It he Dr. &
(With SUS- 3&J;
I to lKseS Vlv'
New Novelties Just Opened
Twenty-eight cases of Wash Materials Just np neil. Goods alt
read for Inspection nnd every holy Invited to see them. You will
find tho prlcis low. the values tLo best nnd the patterns the very lat
est. Come early
Klegant line of gingham dresses,
sizes 2 In i; cars, Just opened;
special bargain this week
Misses' Sailor Dresses
latest cuts now on display.
All former records of low prices
will be broken this week on ho
siery. Wo have a direct impor
tation from Germany Just nrrlv
ed. They lire thu celebrated
Hermsdorf dye ladles' Illack
Hose, In open work patterns.
No more than six pairs will be
sold to each customer.
Ladles' black lisle hnse, lace
patterns, per pair
Tho latest. Just opened, 40-lnch
material per jard 16 1-2c.
Another nrrtviil ol the cclcbm
Pacific Import Co., Ltd.
Honest dental work
at honest prices
The Now York Dcntnl Parlors are
under now management and are turn
Ins out tho best kind of dental work
known to tho profession at tbo lowest
prices ever knorn in Honolulu.
Each department in chargo of a spe
cialist and our operators aro graduAto
dentists of tho best-recognlrcd schools
in tho li. S. or the world.
Wo havo n larger stair than any oth
er dental office In the city; wo havo
the best plate workers, crown and
bridge specialists, nnd In fnrt nil
branches of dentistry as practiced by
us aro strictly up to date.
We can save you money on your dcn
tnl work. Wo will tell you In advance
exactly what your work will cost by
a freo examination.
SET TEETH .00
GOLD CROWNS $5.00
QOLS rILLITJGS $1.00
SILVER FILLINGS 50c
All our Instruments are thoroughly
sterilized before use.
New York Dental Parlors,
lioom t, Kiue uuiming. Motel HUtxn
LADIES IN ATTENDANCE
Hours, 8 a, m. to 6 p. m.
Sundays, 9 a. ra. to U ti..
It tnjhave th tn vour fert hair timtlv aruuirrJ
b4 liablt" It li not nr.ery tn br lo-turcJ by
c rR-, InifrntAlni; mils tunloD. tfil blatpk. tic
liiiv may Nf cure4-iliat u tur fret may t bnkt n
nt thrr piJ hiblti ou H be urrnrJ, rot ml)
how mint, more C4llv anJ cumtortiMt .fuwlll walk.
but wiiri h iv inuih mure lg(r jnj forte vu tvlll b
' tNe to ttitnk an 4 at. I tn all yuiir Uninit ir kxUI
Cai anJ t me about thi, or ic-ni me wprd jnJ t
Dr. W. R. BoIe,
Union Street above Hotel,
Con&ultatlon at office tit.
We are not afraid of
publicity; that's what wo
want we are after It
Last week, wo advertised
our COLUMBIA $3.50 OX
FORDS, and have bad a
good sale on them.
Today we want to show
ou our new "MODERN"
PATENT CALF OXFORD
The most dressy pol
ished Oxford, nt this
price ever shown.
ni ak king
Doy's Wash Waists
Motlivr'ri Friend brand new
shipment on sale this weok ....
1UU pes. Hnlr Itlhboii nil silk,
Nn. 60 All Silk Fancy Ribbon
Htrlrtl new arrivals, no odds
nnd ends This week per yard
All silk Bntln UUilum, No. ',
Alt silk Satin Itlbbon Nn. 7
All silk Bntln Itlbbon No. 9
All silk Satin Itlbbon No. 12
12 1-2c yd.
All silk Satin Itlbbon No. 1
All silk .Satin Itlbbon No. 'ii
Kvery shade and color.
ted Rcitattn Hny'tt Wattli 8ult
A. C. LOVEKIN.
STOCK AND BOND BROKER.
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE.
403 Judd Building.
Fred. U Waldron
P. O. Dox 653; TcJ Dluo 791; Hood
3, Sprecke's DutldlLg.
300 PAIRS CURTAINS
from 50 cents a pair up,
The beHt collection In tho city mid much
lower Hunt imiuil prlccn for
ONU WEEK ONLY.
J. H. FISHER
Stock and Bond Brokers.
FIRE A880CIATION, of PhllidslpM
WE3TERN A8QURANCE CO, f T
Offices Stangenwitd Bldf, Ut
chant Street. Tel. main Ml
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE
Honolulu, April 2, tool
NAME or STOCK
; I'm er
C. Brtwtr OtConpanv. j
LB. rt k Co., tu..
twi Piintttton Co . . (
Hiwitlin Com.ft Su Co
Htwillin Surtr Co . 1
Honoma Sujir Co ...
HonokttSurir Co .
1 Hum Sot" Co .
I Kiolra Plintatlon Co
Kltrtl Plant Co .Lll.
Klbihulu Sarar Co ...
Koloa Sugar Co
O.hu Surar Co
CHoraaa Sugar Co
Ookala Sugar Plan. Co
OlaaSu. Co.. L(J . aal
Ol.aSuCo, Lll rJupf
PaHuhauSu I'Un Co
CaclfK Mjffjr Mill. .
P.iU Vmi ton C . .
PepftkfoSi erCo . .
I'lnrwtrMlll Co ,. i
iMonffrMlll Co Aiwt ,
WjliluA Azn Co.... ,
U'jlmjnitoSusir Co ,
Walfnri Mill Co . .
InttMvlini Slfjm N.Co
niwiMin Lirctric Co
Hon. RpIJT &LCn
Mutual Ttlrrhnnr Co
Oahu kv&L. Cn. ...
Pcortc't Ice & U't c Co
Tlrsl Natlonil Flanlc....
Hawaiian dov j ftt ctnt
Htlo R H Co 6 frf cent
Hon Rarli Tranlt ..
fca Planut n 6 rr Cent
Oahu flanutlon r c .
Olaa Plantation r t.
Walalua AcfUul. 6 p. c
Sales:!') Klhel. ,10.50; r, Klhel.
JlO.r.O. ::. Olaa. paid up, $13; SO
Oi.i.i. palil up (13, .".0 Olaa. paid up.
U3: i',i Olaa, assessable, $:., v f)n.
STOCK AND BOND BROKER.
HONOLULU 8TOCK EXCHANQB.
Orders for the ourcbaso or &! ol
stockB and bonds carefuly and prompt
ly executed. Loans negotiated
Office Room 401, 4th floor, BUnrjen-
wald Dldfl. Postofflcs box 3M; TU
ohone Main 331.
Halstead & Co., Ltd
MONEY ADVANCED ON BUGAH
921 Fort Street
TEU MAIN 133.
AN HOUR IN THE MORNINQ
THE SAME HOUR EVERY MORNINQ
or afternoon, given to dictation, will
keep your correspondence "cleaned
ip." Try It a month.
J. D. AYERY, Business Correspondent
Regularity! Certainty Despatch!
rel. Main 76. 96:45. Elite Dtdg.
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