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New Stock just arrived on Sierra.
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The greatest dirover for the d'mictlnn of tho f'rentost of pests
ANTS. Kills Umxi that rntne In nml I ceps others from coming. Every
li .usek.iper kIikuM have a -.ample b x to u , no dungcr from iiolson.
TRY A DOX. PRICE 25c.
HONOLULU DRUG STORE, agents.
or P. O. BOX 330.
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Washington Mai or Apill 1 Ith
President Roosevelt lias lor several
ears to come net at lest nil further
nxltntlon about Important political of-
Hoes In Hawaii liy lialiiK tlm follow-
UK, announcement made at the Wliltu
House toda). uRer n conference with
(lov. Dole and (leorgo Carter of llono-
"The President, nrter most rnrcful
Investigation, and hearing as many
men as possible, and hearing from oth-
ers. has come to the conclusion that
(5ov. Dole's tourso has been such as
lo warrant his contlmuu.ee as (luvcrn-
or of Hawaii, and entitle him to tho
...i-.,-t .....I Iien.tv cnm...t nf II.., ...I.
This lesiilt has been (oufldently ex
pccte.lfrom the beginning by tho
fllcncW of (lov. Dole, who believed that
Mr. personal explanation of affairs In
Hawaii would be amply suulclcnt to
set at rest come of the chaws that
lime been made. !iiv. Dole lias made)
a splendid Impresslonoii the 1'resldent.
He had n confeieuce Sunday night
with the Piesldent. and was with him
.., ......... m. 10 , ....... ,
r ,,; Vh..T.VHr; Vri;.L:i,.,re
J... ...... r. .. .....v.
vas with (lov. Dole each time
Oovernor Dole wns shown the offi
cial statement and expressed satisfne-
tlou that the Pies.deiit had spoken so
kindly of him. (lov. Dole Is going lo
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Iloston unit will not depart for Hono
Hll' for two weeks. Tie said that ho
had enjoyed his visit to Washington.
(incrnur Pule was asked if his
health would Intel fcic with his com
pleting his temi. which does not ex
pile until June. P.Mil. (iniernor Dolo
bnld that n y.-ai ugo he bioke down
ut.der ruerwoik and had to go to the
mouiitnlns for a vniatlon. The rest
did him good nnd his health Is now
GkhI. He saw no leason to believe
that anythltiR would luteilere wi.n
llnlshliiR his temi.
The unilerstniidliiR Is that the Pies.
Ideut'H conclusion us to (lov. Dolo
means that Heniy K. Cooper, svere
tery of the Teirltoiy, will not be dis
till bed. He will remain under (lov.
Dolo. Mr. Cooper Is mtlng (lovernor
In the nbsence of Oov. Dole. No olh
or changes of onscqucnce will be
made, and apparently the Hawaiian
situation Is solved lor n good while to
Manuel Pedro Fenelin has entered a
ense In the Circuit Court against Ho
nolulu Rapid Transit & Land Company.
Thu plaintiff claims d.inuiRcs of $10,
lilC.KO for the killing of his son, an In
fant aged llftecn yeats named Manuel
Pedro I'errclra. Ho alleges that on
November 12. 1001, car No. I belong
ing to the defendant while I milling
upon I. Illlui street, lit a speed of about
twenty miles an hour, although Its
barter permits a speed of not mom
than eight miles an hoiu within limits
Including the pluio stated, struck a
hone upon which said .Manuel Pedro
l-'enella wns riding nnd that by reason
of such collision the Xy was thrown
upon cue .hick '"'"' . u o. said
t.wiv'lnir ..fir !,, lif., .i-1.Ha Ivhir. n.n..
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i.i.u .. ntia ..... live! .1 ni.tc. B....y
moving car and so greatly Injured, ex
ternally and Internally, that he died
the same day from bucIi Injuries,
It Is declared that the plaintiff, by
rrnson of such wrongful death, icstilt-
Ing from the acts of negligence nnd'hn i ," i,xZ, .?'." "",' D1?"
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was forced to pay $210,50 for the funer-
al expenses of the said Infant, and that
by reason of tho same premises thn
piuintltT wns damaged In the fuitlior
sum of ten thousand dollars occasion-
ed by the deprivation of the society. m,ien D'ssell of the First Cavalry
comfort and fellowship of the said mln- W"s "'"'1 Ia8,t xm cv;n!nB ut
or nnd the loss to nlalfttltTof s-ild "" PalS0"aK "' the German Luther
or ami tno loss to pin mtirf or sale m Church on Kddy street to Miss Snr
mlnors services .luting the peilod o( ah uUson aml J wcre paaSnrr8
Russell & Wntson aie attorneys fur
YeBterday afternoon tho case ngalnRt
Manuel Castauhu and his son Frank,
for Illicit distilling, was given to the
Jury. At 9:45 p. m. n sealed verdict
wns returned, which C. M. White, fore-
man, Identtncd nt tho opening of tha
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United Stntes court this morning. Man-t7!ln mramry la scheduled to sail In
tiel Castanha was found guilty nsl!ht' transport for tho Philippines, nnd
charged, tho boy not guilty. At tho
closing of the case tho prosecution hud
abandoned Its effort ns ngalnst tho
young fellow. Judge Kstce nnnounccd
that sentence would be pronounced on
Monday morning and, thanking tho
Jurors for their close attention, excus
ed them for the term. Thero was no
other business before the court, which
accordingly adjourned for tho day,
THEY NEVER COME BACK I
An accident vv tilth resulted In (lie
t'l-ntli L suffocation of a nntlvo
tin name of Iloonolionoho anil I lie In-
Jm.v of another b the name of llnole
took placo at the (iovcrnment Hilar-
rle8 In Maklkl jchtcrday afternoon nt
ntoi't 3 o'clock. The two men were
engaged In the work of Retting sand
"l from n side hill. Iloonolionoho
"n stationed at tho mouth of n tun-
"'I that runs some distance Into the
hill and Haole was engaged In carting
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All of n sue 'Ion the bank above Hoo-
!' t,? c wa tttu ,le ""'
t-Utoly ltirlc-.l under Ions of black
",,,n', "?'Vi ! "? !Tr Z i"' ""'
' m '.. n" ,'',"',"( i ""J '' . "?
' "'' but his head lomnli.od
nl,"Vp. "'" mn88 nI"' "p "l,s "'"o to
I All tliA mni tt tn mini-M' u-nrn n r
(if II t ll.- IIIUIIJ "VM- "'I
once sot ti. wnrl.' alim-ellinr (I... niid
nway from the tunnel, but such masses "milled In her typcwritlr-ir of tho iloctt
had fnllen on the body of Hoonohono-1 mrnt. This Is what tho whole disc Is
ho that it was fully an hour before It
was reached. Tho man was dead when
found, but not n bone In his body was
found to bo broken. Ho was simply
smothered to death.
,,,,','.,, ,rf . T
'""'I'l Hint I'" wns suffering Intensely
When liaolo was exliuated It was
"V P? seeming to be 1 the region!
or the abdomen, no was taken to the.
Queen's Hospital by the patrol wagon
nml the body of the other nntle was
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slewed. Hie Innuest will be held
conveyru to tho mnrgiio. A coroner s ,
thli- euilng nt tho police station.
SCHOOL FAIR TODAY.
The fair by the government sdioob
on the Normal school grounds this af
ternoon and etnlng gives every prom
ise of being a most successful affair.
The band will be present during the
afternoon nnd In the evening some ol
the loinl musicians will Rive a roncert
Amnnt! tlin ,i. tnitii.ru u til l .. i n,ml ..
w ... ....... .. . .. n , , , t u. , n.'
lectlun by Mrs. Kuel. violin eoIo by ,
Miss Darter with accompaniment by
Prof Ingalls, selection on stilnged In
Rtruments by Miss Ilaiber. Mis. Phil
lips and Dr. Muraiics. Swiss bell i lim
ing by pupils of Knlulanl school, piano
solo by Mr, Powers aud vocal selections
by a doubl'j quartet of Hawaiian young
There will be a wand drill In the af
ternoon given by u class of girls under
the direction of Miss Adams, Instructor
in physical cultiiie. The llcigstroni
Music Lo. has loaned one of its con
cert gramophones for the purpose of
furnlbhlng music for the dilll.
The athletic events will he u feature
of the afternoon's cntertiilnineiit. This
will bo under the dliectlon of Kied
Young, physical director of the Y. M.
C. A. He will be nssUtnl by John Per
rtidu of the Normal school. Prizes anil
medals will he given the huciessfm
(oinpelltois and the school scoilng the
highest niimbei of points will scenic n
There will be other attractions tnci
numerous to mention. The manage
ment wisn to iinnounce that children
, ot bB nilmtu,cl , tllp ,
. .v...,tfl tin
',ebs '" tompany of adults.
HEWS OF TRANSPORTS
Min hrnniv ann inrii in t i... '
" .." "-..:'" .""''"." ""-"" oner. ,
"'"" Ba"lne bt wcunesilay for Mu-'
nlla, carried a bride and groom,
though when thu troopship left port
tho fact was a societ known to only
" 'iii nnu menus ot tho
P'lucipais. Lieutenant KiiReno Van
lor .vianiia on the rfheiman.
San Francisco, April 17. Yesterday
morning tho transport Crook was
brought down from Mare Uland, pie
patatory to sailing on April 21st for
Manila. In addition to a cleaning nnd
painting of the bottom whilo In dry
dock nt Maro Island, only the most
repairs wero mndo to tho
which Is In llrst-class eondl-
:"" me seconu uattaiion or the Kiev-
Wl ...... -
thero may be a few saloon passengers.
Berlin, April 17. In order to en
crnrage rowing among tho students of
tho University or llerlln In the manner
of the sport In American nnd English
colleges, Emperor William will offer
what Is to be known ob tho "Emper
or's prize" for rowing contests bo-'.v.-en
undorKrnduatis of ho unlver
SUIT AQA1NST PARTNER
ACTS LIKE BOOMERANG
Day's Work of Supreme Court
Magoon Produces Important Evi
Appeal has been noted by Henry A.
1' Carter and Orate S. Carter, by their
Ruardian ad litem, Thomas Pitch, In
the case of J. O. drier, trustee, vs.
Sybil A. Carter ct al.. bill for direction,
from the decree and order of .fudge
Clear marie April l!i, wherein thu trus
tee was Instructed not to resign and not
to make n sale of pioporly without
Ihelr unanimous lonseut.
tinier Humphreys filed a decree yes-
tcrday afternoon In the caso of J. M.
Vlas vs. M. 0. Hllvn, bill fur account
ing, etc.. In which It has been ordeied
that the plaintiff's bill against defen
dant Is dismissed, nml that the plaintiff
take nothing. The defend nit Is em
powered to i ccovcr from the plaintiff
his rusts, and the plaintiff Is ordeied to
pay to Thomas I. Dillon, toniml3.iloiier,
n fee of $ino, $50 to Henry Huh, the
master and lecclvcr, together with nil
costs and ihnrgcs for steiiOrrrapher'b
transcript of testimony .
Smith & hen Is. attorneys for loin
than Shaw, giuirdlan-appcll int. Iriw
tiled u discontinuance in t!.- niftier rf
the giiaidlunshlp of Kvol.wi Nichols
lllilwell. a mlnur.
The appeal of Wm. HnvldKO, J, II.
Schnaek and II. A. Jucn iiom sentence
for assault In tho I'l'iu ('In nil Court
I was argued before the .iupretii" Cour
stiiilay. ,1. M. Davidson assisted
Deputy Attorney (Jcncral ("ethciirt In
the prosecution. Other c iscs submitted
were Territory vs. Ah Moon and .lease
Makalnal vs. flou Wnu Hay.
T. Muiakauil and otliivi took b.ink
mitcy jiiocccdlngs iiRalnst K. T.ikera,
storekeeper In the .lu.ulloi b.illdlng,
I.eietanla and King itroel.i.
At the hearing of MuROon vs. Chin
Kec Onau ct al., before Ju.lire llohln
son. on. of the wltncc-ns was Miss Pe
few, a rourt stenographer. .She lad
forincily been impbyiM In Air. Ma
goon's olll "i and now testified tnat she
wiote the lease In rii"sllou fiom c'lc-
tutlon, n.ie' that the words 'per month '
appearing In u reitalii plac" In her
I .1 1
shorthand notes wero
about, the defendants alleging thai
thu lease says what .Mr. .Magi. u Intend
cil, and What had been agiee.' before It
was written, namely, th.it for Hie flret
two jears the lent shoal I be .it tho
nit rely- nominal rate stated
The baikentlne Coionado, Captnlu
Poller, was scheduled to sail from Sau
Pianrlscoon the 20th Inst, for Honolu
lu with passengt'ia nnd Renerul mcr
iliandlse. She nrilvcd ut the Coast on
I Hie luth lust, with 21,821 bans of sugar
, from this port.
The schooner II. c Wright, Captain
J Nielsen, was booked tcl ball fiom San
I Praticlsco on the lDth Inst for Mnliukn
i mi with passengers and scneral mcr-
I I hnndlse. She reaqhed the Coast from
Huna on the 7th Iript. vrlth K57i" bags
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The bark Kalulunl, Captain Dabcl,
was down to leave San Prunclsco for
this port on the 19th Inst, vvltff p.ibscn
gers and general merchandise. She ar
rived within the Golden Gate on the
Dth Instant from Honolulu with 41.113
bags of sugar.
Among the latest freights and chnr
teis the schooner Mary K. Poster. Cup
talu Thompson, Is posted. Sho is now
nt Port (iambic, vvheie she arrived
from this port on the isth Inst. Tho
j-Foster will bring lumber to Honolulu
and Is chartered by Kenton, Holmes v
Tho American-Hawaiian Commny si
iicignier Alaskan was scheduled to tall,
fiom San Francisco on the 20th Inst.1
for New Yotk by way of this port Sho
Is expected to urrlve hem .oiuonowl
night or the (list thing Monday moin-
MTEA.MHR8 PROM KAUAI.
The steameis !,"e All Hon and Jas
Mnkeo in lived eaily this iiioinliiK
vvltli loads of sugar from Kauai units.
The James Mnkce. Captain Tullett.
came lu (list nt fi:45 o'clock fiom Ann
hula with one deck passenger and 2fi03
bags of M. S. Co. sugnr. Purser Ly-
rnt icpoits tho Mtknhnla nt Mukavvc
The Km All Holt, Captain Greene,
ii'&ilo port nt 7:10 o'clock Willi throo
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n..ai ..,, ... iiuL-nn.-m i.u. 1'urser
Ilapal leports the W. a. Hall at liana.
muulii, loading sugar; tho Nllhau at
Koloa, loading, having over 4000 bags
inboard when tho Ko An Hon left. Tho
Nllhau was to lcavo for Hnnamaulu
Tho schooner Twilight wns at Ko
lo.,, still waiting for n tow to Honolu
lu At Hanamaulu tho sens were very
tough and there was an unusually
heavy swell. In tho channel, coming
home, choppy seas and strong north
east winds wero experienced. Tho
Ke Au Hon, whlio nt Kllauea, tried to
i ccovcr the cable used for handling
fulght, but was unsuccessful.
ALASKAN'S TRIAL TRIP.
San Francisco, April 19. At 8 o'f Irclt
this morning the American-Hawaiian
Company's large twin-screw freighter
Alaskan will leave tho Union Iron
Works for her trial trip, but Centaln
Banfleld does not expect to ro outslilo
tho harbor. The big steamer cl'aied
yesterday for New York via Honolulu,
nnd on account of unlookcd 'or delays
that havo occurred will be '.ent out on
her long trip ns boon as possible. The
Nevadan, a sister ship of tho Alaskan,
' new at New York about ready to sail
' . this coast .
p n ft i n. i m, p, m,
I I , I
Monday. fti j to t.i i it 8 4 9
Tueil) .. fi. I j 1 9 j 9 11 10 )4
Wednetdii a 4 1 1 9 1 9011 S
Ttwtidtv at 5 t8 1 I 4 16 io 10 tt i
Frt4v s $ xh 1 6 j of 1 40 a n.
Saturday 1 1 6 a6 .? j 44 11 tt o 4
Sunaat a? t t' .6 6 4-3 11 4V. 1
I 'p. ID
Monday it 8 00 t,i 1 4) J ) u IS
Tides from the United Stales Coast
and Oeodetic Survey Tables.
Tho tides at Knhulul anu Hllo occur
ubotit on hour earlier .ban at Ho
nolulu. Hawaiian Standard Tlmo Is 1Gb 30m
slower thnn Ureen wclh time, being
u.at of the meridian or 157.30. Tho
time whlstlo ..ows at 1:.10 p. m., wblca
Is tho same as Greenwich. Uu 0m.
Saturday, April 2fi.
O. S. S. Alameda, Hertluuin, from
Sail Pram Isto, April 19, 2 p. 111., docked
ut Oceanic wharf at 7:30 a. m.
Str. Keauhoii, Greene, fiom Hnna
maulii. nt 7'10 n. m., with 3000 bags ot
Uigur for II Hackfeld & Co.
Str. James JIakee, Tullett. from Ann
hola. at ii l. a. in., with 2(109 hags ol
M. S. Co. sugar.
Am. 1I.. Kdwnr.l May. nnnson. li.
ilajs fiom Sun Fianelseo, at 11 a. in.
Stmr. Klnnu. Freeman, riom Hllo
and way ports, 2o miles olf nt noon:
lu miles off nt 1 p. in.; docks shortly
alter 2 o'clock.
SAILING ON MONDAY.
Str. lwalnul. for Hnnam.iuhi and Ki
Much, at ". p. m.
Str. Noenii. for Lnhalna, Kaannpall,
Kukiilhnele and Houokaa, at 9 n. in.
From llniininniilu. per str. Keaiihnu,
April 20 IMwarcl Short, Mrs, ltohcson,
W. (1. Hyman.
From San Francisco, per O. S. S. j
.uamceia, April j .virs, i., ,nurews,
child nnd maid. C. It. Drown, Mrs.
11 low n and child, C. Candy. Mrs. M. J.
Carroll, A. W. Carter, J. U. Castle, .las.
Dlzncy, .Mrs. W. S. Kills. Mrs. K, M.
Fnirar, Miss 1). F.irrar, F. H. Grace, I
U. W. 11. King. Mrs. King. Geo. Mc- j
Lend. Mis. M. K. Orvls, A. J. llosen-'
thai. (1. F. Sihloetelborg, W. M. Tern-1
pleton. M. D. Vanvnlles, F. H. Werth-
muller, C. W. Splcro.
ART LCAGUH "AT HOME."
The I'.lternry Circle of the Kllohanq
Ait League will be ut home Tuesday
April 29. In the Art League looms.
Progress block. Mrs. Oliver P. ICmcr
son will give an Informal talk on "A
Few Weeks Spent In Greece." It l
hoped that a small loan collection ot
Guek casts and photographs may lm
Tea will be served by Mrs I'clinruc,
Mis Swnnzv Mm Klnm.v nml VII..
The last of the at homes given by the
Kllohana Art League will take jliue
on I'llday. May lii. at 3:30 p. m, A talk
will be given by .Miss Clalie I'eeke -ii
Tho weekly edition of tho Evening
Ilulletln gives a complcto summary ot
tho news of tho day.
Evtrv ovenlncr dllllnir ,!.. u-enl. nvr-Anl
Big Company ;
THE FIRE PATROL!
MONDAY, AND TUESDAY (('
A FLAG OF TRUCE !;
WEDN1J8DAY AND TIIURSDAVl
THE AMERICAN GIRL
O pheum Popular Prices 25c, 50c, 75c
MATINKE PIUCES 16c and 25c.
"TWO WAYS OF LOOKING AT IT"
Twelvo Inches Is the avcrago
innon nt .hu .,..... .. ......
-v "' """-" I'""-" -'"
Holding book or paper dlfferentjy
means eve strain means an error In
retraction or dcfectlvo muscles
meariB gravo harm sooner or later.
"A Rlass In tlmo saves" slightly
changed, but you know tho Import, and
eyes nro moro important than stitches.
A. N. SANFORD,
Msnufac .ring Optician.
Roston Ouilclli' Fort treet
Uv a Co.
TAILORED SKIRTS FOR WOMEN
Three seasons ago we began to believe that we could please- rvom.
on, by procuring for them rendy made summer skirts, which would
havo nil the chlcncss, all the style, nil the fit ana nil the quality, of
skirls which wero made by expensive dressmakers, nnd tho making
of which, cost almost ns much as the making of cloth or silk dress
That we were right Is proven by the way our skirt business tins
grown. Rvery season, mora wott en liavo bought our skirts.
What's the result? Just this. With every season wc mnko in
creased efforts to provide choicer styles and an ampler stock and In
buying largely wc buy well, QuntUty Is a great factor In the reducing
Tho skirts whlcn we show this week are of a higher grade thnn
any we have ever before offered. They wero gathered from tho
salesrooms of New York's foremost mnkcrs only a few from each
henco while the styles ore all sure to be right beyond n doubt, they
lire all different, and you arc sure of not meeting other skirts Just
llko yours on eevry corner. Tuisc hints of them:
with 4 rows French, Insertion,
k Inches apart and 3-Inch tucks
In spaces $6.00
wide flounce and S rows of
Hamburg bands $6.00
very wldo insertion, running In
V effects JL50
French embroidered bands In
Grecian patterns $4.50
wldo flounce with extra flare
nnd 3 rows open work trimming
4 rows of Insertion running
from top to bottom $3.00
WHITNEY & MARSH, Limited
Por Wont Column Jsce Page Six
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WANTED Position ns housekeeper
or nny place of trust, by middle-
aged widow, references. Address
Mrs, C. Mc , this office. 2132-2w
GENTLEMAN wishes light, airy room
In private family no further thnn
20 minutes walk from postofllce.
Address Kng. Ilulletln office.
TO LET Pleasant, airy rooms, 1 100
Punchbowl St also cottage 2 rooms
for housekeeping. Terms reason
ilble. Call alter J p. in. 2132-lw
LOST Warrant No. 3031. Jany. IE,
1902 on Incidental Civil and Crlml-
"al '"pense. $o.oO. John McLnln.
NEW - TO-DAY
OAHU SUGAR COMPANY, LTD.
The stock books of this Company
vlll be closed to transfers from Mon
day. April 28th. to Thursday. May 1st,
Po2. both inclusive.
H. A. ISENDEIIO,
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III'- MAY 8 to 26, 1902
luiol Smoii n( is MTfnnnirK-t wily
nnd first upfMMramv ;in Uuiinlulu of the
tiniiit nt uutir Mr
atxt lilt (.IlfctiiiLriiKlitfil iriM filiation, u lui
nil) iirrivn( the lollmwhi: iuth and I
Thursday Night, May 8,
Saturday Matinee, May 10,
Saturday Night, May 10,
Tuesday Night, May 13,
Thursday Night, May 15,
Saturday Matinee, May 17,
MERCHANT OF VENICE.
Saturday Night, May 17,
rriam ..r utlitr pvrformaiHcs v.llllw
Complete 8cenlc productions,
Armor, Costume Etc., Special
ly Brought for Each Play.
Scale of Prices Entire Lower
Floor, $1.50; Family Circle, $1;
Loges, $10; Doxes, $15.
Season Sale Now Open at
Wall, Nichols Co. Regular Sale
of Seats May 1st.
Sai unlm-il tiy Mall or Telephone u III
U- laid utlil? in lite enter melted, but
lK.nu Mill lie hel.l nicer May I.
-a lmiietin is -
i Castle Loo an-
Tho Hague, April 19.'
oi mis uioininR irom
, it,-, nr. wm,iminn !,..
a fairly ciulet night; that tho dlscasn
(typhoid fever) Is following Its nor
mal course, and that no complications
have supervened, although Her Mnj
esly's strength Is diminishing slightly
In proportion to tho duration of her
Tho afternoon bulletin Issued from
Cnstlo Loo read: "During tho rtny
there has been nothing special to nolo
In tho rourso tnken by tho Queen's
Illness. Her Majesty sleeps at Inter-
vnis ami remains fully conscious,"
Qeneral bookbinding, ruling, gliding,
embossing, maps, charts and artistic
printing at the EVENINO nilLLKT'1
3 flounces and tucks, very full;
tho skirt of the season $3.50
WHITE PIQUE '
plain, full skirt with liberal
color nafTTraT, 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 S white linen
folds, stitched 13.50
GLACK FRENCH SERGE
! with whlto hair lined stripe, 3
rows of bins folds, stitched and
wife flaring llounccs $5.00
Ala Moann road, between Kcroseno
Walk and Sheridan street, will be
, ,..,. '.,,.
c'0,'c'1 10 trarrlc frora nn(1 nt" Friday,
He 25th day of April, 1902, until fun
thtr notice. By order of Superintend-
t cnt of Tubllc Works.
C. D. DWIOIIT,
Acting Itoad Supervisor, Honolulu.
Notice Is hereby given that R. II.
SF.1KK, ESQ., has this day been ap
pointed First Assistant Harbor Mas
tti for the Port of Honolulu, vice A.
F. MAUN, ' ESQ., resigned.
JA8. H. UOYD,
Superintendent of Public Works.
Department of Public Works, Apill
13, 1902. 2129-31
Honolulu, April 23, 1902.
On nnd after May 1st, 1902, tho dis
tribution of plants, etc., from tho Gov
ernment Nursery, King street, will bo
f n every day of tho week, except Sat
1'iclays and holidays, between tho
hours of 9 n. m. and 12 m., and 1 nnd
4 p m. No plants will bo given out
unless an order Is presented, to be ob
telnccl nt tho office In tho basement of
the Cuplto! building.
Commissioner of Agriculture nm! For
Perhaps you haven't a mu
sic cnblnet, or If yon havo ono.
It doesn't suit. Wo would
llko to seo you If such Is tho
Some folks havo music racks
and slain! their music on
edge, which soon has It In a
dilapidated condition. Our
cabinets nro tho best for
keeping mimic In order nnd
In oak or mahogany, from
$7.60 upward, to match furni
ture or piano.
Progress Itlocb, Port St.
VI I II UU IB
1000 shades MUST be sold .nt once
from 25c up,
SHADES AT HALF-PRIOE.
Mc shades reduced to 25c.
75c shades reduced to 35c.
$1.50 shades reduced to 75c.
L S. Mathews,
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c.v ..... octi-v-i, uri'ucum uiocK,
Pearl City Hotef
A place for town peoplo to lay off
lor a few days.
Furnished rooms, first-rlnss menlx
dancng pavilion, nice picnic grounds,
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a,so BtabllK 'r ''orses.
Convenient for a country outing.
85 Queen St,
Office To Let.
Largo front offlco In I.ovo building.
A flno office; rent $15 month.
Jas. F. Morgan,
05 QUEEN 8TRHET.
COTTAGE on Emma Square, 3 bed
rooms, parlor, dining room, pantry,
kitchen and bath. Rent $l) per
month. Apply to Jas. F. Morgun, C5'
FOR RENT (
TWO . STORY HOUSE In the Mc
Carthy tract, Reretanla street, be
tween Pilkol and Keeaumoku streets.
JAS. F. MORGAN.
65 Qt&eesa Ste
t .ijfc ni-iw 41. i.