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EVENING nULLETIN, HONOLULU. H. T.. MONDAY. Al'IUT, 25. 1802
TAN KID GLOVE
only 50 cents
Our regular $1.25 and (1.50 four-button gloves, somo trimmed
with heavy black stitching and scmo with self-colored stitching. A
full lino of sizes from 5 3-4 to 7 1-4, only EOc per pair.
Reason for Redaction
The gloves belong to our rescrvo stock and wo havo Just discov
ered the damp weather has slightly spotted them not enough to
Injuro them In wear or looks only In price. What wo loso Is your
gain. Tho early-comers will of course havo first choice, and at tho
nbovo prlco tho stock will lo qu.ckly disposed of. Como early.
LADIES' RIBBED UNDERWEAR
A complete assortment In ml sizes and of every description Just
opened Noto prices below:
Whlto or unbleached, low
neck, short sleeves 2 for
B Ribbed Vests
Low neck, Bhort slcovcs, trim
med, In whlto, light blua C
and pink ,J
White, extra quality, full tn
assortment of sizes .... fcUU
quality, threo different
in nil bIzps ... OCp
A line selection to choose from,
full lino of Sllkollncs, Art Den
ims, Art TIcKfng, Etc.
High or low neck, extra fine
quality, laco trimmed Qc.
KNIT CORSET COVERS
Laco trimmed, very fine, pnn
No othtr stock in tho city to
equal our lino of Laces, Trim
mings, All-Overs, Etc.
We are always pleased to show
Fine Wash Fabrics
New arrivals by every steacicr In this department keeps It the
best In Honolulu. Wo nro showing now the latest novelties and tho
stock Ib moro coinplcto than ever before. Includes: Dimities, Da
tlttes, Linen Tissue, Pineapple Batiste, Silk-Mixed Zephyrs Tolle de
Sole, Silk-Mixed O'rgandles, Sllk-Ptrlped Grenadettes, Cotton Alpacas,
QUITE IMPORTANT is our line of
DOTTED AND EMBROIDERED SWISS
They nro tho very latest of,tcts, and tho whlto embroidered In
black Is very swell, choice patterns, but only a limited assortment.
Dotted Swisses In white, light blue, pink, cardinal, lemon, black and
DON'T G'O ON WORRYING
With Inferior or needlessly expensive Illumination In jour home.
Tlicro Is absolutely no occasion for It. Thousands of housekeep
ers throughout tho Islands have removed this annoying problem
entirely by acquainting themselves with tho ideal perfect light for
tho homo. It Is as brilliant as gas or electricity, never smokes,
smells or gives any trouble. Is lighted and extinguished as easily
as gas, and burns but llttlo kcroseno oil. Our catalog sbns all
styles from (1.80 up, and Is sent for the asking.
Theo. H. Davies & Co., Ltd.
11)1 HUB MBlflUBI BIB HE Ml II Mil
ATE GBEEN MANGOES
WITH FATAL RESULT
Was Very Popular la Wailuku
Leaves Wife At Spreckelsville
Buried By Odd
Wailuku, April 26. Gustnvus Hutch
inson, barber of the Maul hotel and
popularly known In Wailuku as "Gits"
died at his home on Vineyard
last Saturday eenlng, April
Manila. April 2. lnero Is a Blight
Increaso In the number of cholera
rases. Up to dato thcro havo been
IIS cases and nlncty-threo deaths.
Ho era I of tho deaths havo occurred
on board ships In the harbor.
The Filipinos and tno Chinese con
teal In the fields tlioso of their coun
ttjmen who fall victims, nnd desert
their dead Di tho houses. Hundreds
tf them, panlc-stlckcn nnd In Ignor
arco of tho sanitary and medical
intnsures tnken to stamp out tho epl
tlinTe, continue to escape Into tho
I provinces In spite of tho rigorous
street q, r.rnntlno restrictions oi tho Board
19. fi,f Health.
Several prominent Filipinos havo
CHANGE OF OFFICERS
AND THE MANAGEMENT
Liquor License Will be Given Up
and Drug Store With Soft Drinks
Started in Lower
Wailuku. April 20. A meeting of the
stockholders of the Maul hotel was
held last Saturday evening, April 11
In uttornej (leu. lions s cilTlce. The
follow lug o (Ik era nnd board of direc
tors vvero elected at tho meeting H
W. Killer, president, J. I.. Coke, vice
He had been buffering for about eight onnnlzed dlstilct offices hero for tho1 ,,'.i,i..,., ' i, i- t.',ii.m ...r.nrl.
dajsliutat nostage was his condition I)lirp0(10 ()f nuIotiK ,le fcars of their c. D. Lufkln, tieasuier, nnd Carl Wnl
consldcrcd tcrloiis In fact two dajs I , Bprea,llng knowledge dejer, auditor.
before he died ho was around his quar-, precautions. On Wtdncsdav morning when Hon
tcrs at the hotel Intending to open up VccLlfco hM made a prompt re-1"- !' UaldvMu, one of the heaviest
business, but his friends prevailed upon , ocn- -"inee has mnile a prompt re , rcttmiP.l from ltnnnliitu
him to close up shop as he did not look s.onse to the request of Acting Gov-1 " "l TllT
ci nor Wright for tho cooperation of lic(, and Ml,88rg CokC IufMtl an(J
nuny surgeons In supervising tEo pro- Wahlejcr tmdered their resignations
vinclal boards of health and rcgulat- Di. Dlnegan of Klhel was ilected vice
Int, sanltnry affairs, anil has assigned president, while Mr. Lufkln accepted
n numher of nrmy mcdlcnl officers to the onlcc of nudltor. II. n. Wcllcr was
DRY GOODS COMPANY, LTD.
well enough to do any work,
That wus the last seen of him around
town, nnd the surprise came on Satur
day evening when the sad report was
rapidly spread around that "Gus" was
Deceased came from Montgomery,
Alabama, two years ago with a batch
of colored people to work in the Hawa
iian Commercial & Sugar Co 's cane
Melds. I'indlng that the work was not
so alluring as was pictured to him nnd nrtlves
nip comraues uy me leerumng agents, i
he turned his attention to the barber '
business, and lie was considered quite1
an ndppt in the tonsorlal art. He mnde i
quite a living In his new vocation, nnd
was Just building up his busluiss as i
well as his circle of friends when death
claimed him two score jcars nnd ten.
The cause of his untimely death is
laid to Ous's fondness for green man
goes, Since the opening of the mango
season deceased was known to con
tils work. They will also establish I "toted treasurer. .Manager F Peter
ilrlnntlnn rnmn, tnr rlinlrm tmllontK ' man resigned and Mis. Qeorgo II.
detention camps for cholera patients
ai d suspects. Tho Americans here
Imvo no fear of tho disease. Tho
scare Is confined altogether to tho
Wailuku, April 20. A. T. Slender,
aged about CO years, met with a rather
painful accident last Saturday after
noon. Ho was putting up Humes be
longing to the Wailuku Sugar Com
pany, nnd somehow he mndo a mis-
sunie as high as ten green mangoes per step and fell qulto n distance to the
day. nnd he used to acquaint Ills I ground below. When picked up, bis
friends how he relished mangoes In left arm was found to bo broken In
that state. 'three places. He was Immediately re-
Helnit of a somewhat strong const!- I moved to the Malulanl hospital, Wul-
i Robertson, late manager of the Wind
I sor hotel nnd likewise business man
ager of the Maui News, has been made
manager of the Maul hotel.
It Is the Intention of the new man
ager nnd It is also the wish of the ma
jority of stockholders to give up thn
hotel liquor license, and In its stead
to carry out the original idea of run
ning a drug store In conjunction with
In fact, It was the dream of Infinite
wealth from receipts of sales of drugs
and drinks at soda fountains that
tempted many to take shares of thn
Maul Drug Co,, Ltd., so Hint the ori
ginal Idea will now bo carried out no
matter even If It will necessitate the
shareholders going into their pockets
for further assessments to keep up tho
limning expenses of tho hotel.
A Paultless Light
for the Home
There is only one anil that is the incandescent.
Alvvavs ready for ttc with a soft, brilliant and
stead) light. Does not smoke or smell. Adds the fin
ishing touch to the wcll-fnrnishcd home and gives
comfort wherever used.
Ring us up or call for estimates on wiring your
HAWAIIAN ELECTRIC CO,, Ltd.
King Street. Telephone 300
THE TRANSCENDENT ARC LIGHT
BOO C. P.
Consumes nothing but ordinary Kerosene
Oil. The best light known to sclcnco and
(ho cheapest Havo received tho Highest
Awards at tho I'an American Exposition.
Suitable for storo and halls, and are In us
In good many of our prominent stores
throughout the city, such as Wall, Nichols
Co, Honolulu Drug Co., Hollister Drug Co.,
Mclnerny Shoo Store, Kllto Ice Cream Par
lors, Hawaiian Hotel and outers too numer
ous to mention. Wo nlso Iiavo tho tamo
Arc Lamp to burn T2 hours, which Is suit
ablo for lamps to bo placed In jnrds as n
protection ngnlnst night prowlers. Our
lamps nro In uso throughout all tho planta
tions. For further particulars Inqulro of
WASHINGTON LIGHT CO, C. W, Macfarlane, M'gr
tutlon his friends did not become
alarmed at his craze for the green
fruit although they knew of Its fatal
The funeral took place from the fa
mily residence last Sunday afternoon,
the services being conducted under the
auspices of the local lodge of Odd Tel-1
lows n new older which had Just re
ceived Its charter. Among Its members I
are some of Maul's most prominent i
Hnwalluns. Itev. J. Nun. prelate of i
I the order, read the ritual at the grave
Several hymns were sung by the mem
bers nnd then the remains veie laid to
rest Gus Hutchinson leaves n wife'
nt Spreckelsville and a father ami
mother nt Montgomery Ala.
PER S. S, "ALAMEDA"
New Line Golf Shirts
very latest In the market.
SILK AND GRAPE SHIRTS. PONGEE
SILK FOR SUITS, direct from the Orient.
BIG LINE OF KIMONAS. -
Robinson Block. Hotel Street.
General Merchandise. Dry Goods, Groceries.
Japanese Provisions, etc
MAQOON BLOOK, MEROIIAKT UTREET.
P3 . 0- Boss 880 ILvgaln. 2lfl
luku, where Br. Weddlck, tho govern
ment phjslclan, attended to his wotinda
and made the Injured man as comfort
able us possible under tho circum
stances. What makes Mr. Stcnder's accident
more snd Is the fact that there arc .1
half dozen joting ones dependent on
him for care and support, for Mr. Slen
der lost his vvlfo nearly ono year ngo
However, tho little ones nro lccclvlnr,
piopcr laic und attention while Sten
dcr Is nt tho hospital ,
1 IS mm
I Wailuku, April 20. W K. Hal. tho
1 new commander of Company 1, l'lrst
I ItPRlmvnt. X O II havliiB been ram-
I missioned as captain of said company,
was sworn in by Cnptalii C. II. Cot
1 troll. Inspector of Drill, etc., at the
'regular drill last Wednesday evening.
I Second Lieutenant X. W. Alult was
also sworn In.
Captain Kcola, the retiring comman
der, turned over the coinpnny to Cap
tain Dal that evening. After n special
Washington, April 15. Alderman
James C. Patterson of Chicago called
on President Roosevelt today for tho
p irpose of renewing tho Invitation of , meeting during which tho expenses of
the Lincoln Club that tho President Co ''s 1"1' " '" """!. amounting to
a guest of honor nt a banquet In
Chicago. Patterson Is president of
tho club. When the Invitation origin
ally was given to the President ho
had similar requests from the Mar
quette and Hamilton clubs, nnd he ro-
pl-ed It would Tie Impossible to ma?o
three trips to Chicago, and suggested
the clubs combine and unite In n
joint invitation. This has practically
I ten done, and Patterson hoped the
Picsldent vvouTd stop In Chicago on
his return from his contemplated
Western trip. Owing to the uncor-
$119 35, was read and approved, light
refreshments were served to tho men
In honor of Captain Hal's assuming
contiol of the company, and all wished
Hint under his command, the company
would Increase In iincleney as well as
There are some Slmplo Remedies In
dlspcnsablo In any family. Among
these, th cexperlence of ears assuics
us, should be recorded I'AIN-KILLUU.
Tor both Internal and external appli
cations we havo found It of great val
ue, especially can we recommend It for
colds, rheumatism, or fresh wounds
md bruises. Christian Era. Avoid sub
Baltimore. Mil., April 2. Mrs. Itob
eit (larrctt, widow of the former Pres
Idtut of the Ilaltlmoro nntl Ohio Hall-
Had Company, nnd a leader of Haiti
more society, was married at noon to
day In Ginco Protestant Episcopal
Church, Park nvenuo nnd Monument
street, to Dr. Henry Ilarton Jncobs,
ly the Itev. Arthur Chilton Powell,
rector of the church. No ono witness
oi tho ceremony except n few of tho
relatives of tho bride, numbering, all
ton, a bout fourteen persons. Thero
vcic no attendants.
Tho marriage license gavo tho ago
of tho bridegroom as 45 and that of
thn brldo ns 47 yenrs. Tho bride had
been n widow slnco July 29. lotfC,
when her husbam, son of tho lato
Jcnn W. Carrett, died, after an Illness
of over two years. Ho was 49 )cars
livery effort had boon mado by the
contracting parties todny to keep their
Intentions n secret, nnd thero had not
been n whisper In "society touching
upon tho wedding or even tho engage
ment of tho couple. Dr. Jacob's at
tentions to Mrs. Gnrrctt during the
last season hnvo been mirkcd, but ns
he was her attending phjulclnn, no
ore thought that his lslfs nnd caro
for her comfort nnd welfnro upon tho
occasion of Ihelr public meetings
vuro duo to other than tlio soUcitudo
expected of a en rein I practitioner.
All sizes In quarter-sawed oak and beautifully finished.
Largo stock of
Extension Dining Tables.
Axminster and Smyrna Rugs.
Tapestry and Chenille Portieres.
Folding chnlrs to let for any occasion, nnd tho very best uphols
tering done. Elegant lino of furnliuro In nil departments.
PORTER FURNITURE) CO., LTD.
Fisher Block, opp. Love Did., Port Street.
tnmty ns to tho adjournment of the stltutes, thero Is but ono Paln-KIHr,
present session of Congress the Wen- l'trry '-Price 25c. and 50c.
nil trip mny be abandoned until nftcr
tho slnirt session of Congress next
No person In Hussln is allowed to
marry inoro than five times, and no
person over SO Is permitted to marry.
TWO WEEKS MORE OF BIG SALE
At the store of Goo Kim, 1116 Nuuanu street. The finest of Orient
al silks and linens, consisting of dress goods and embroidered handker
chiefs 32 Inches square and tablo covers 3G and 41 Inchos square. Ladles
and gentlomen's furnishing goods and underwear; duck suits, bath robes;
romnants of grass llnon, figured silks and other goods,
GOO KIM, 1116 Nuuanu Street
P. O. Box mi. T1-
V57"irJ"C3r XWO GJESlj&JST
THE OLDEST CHi. BE FIRM IN HONOLULU.
DttUrt la Flo Silks ted Grin Uoiot. ChloiM tod Japtott Ooodi of All Ctidi.
ia-i Nuuanu itrMt
GEO. A, MARTIN, Tailor Boston Building.
Hawaiian Engineering and Constrnction Co.
ROOMS 508, 500, 510 STANGENWALD BUILDING.
P. O. BOX 834. TEL. MAIN 7f
All classes of Engineering Work solicited; Examinations, Surreys and K
pcrts made for any class of Waterworks Steam and Electric Constnictlomj
Plans and Specifications and Estimates Prepared, and Construction Suprla
tended, In all branches of Engineering Work; Contracts solicited for Rail
roads, Electric and Steam; Tunnels, Bridges, Buildings, Highways, Founda
tions, Piers, Wharves, etc.
Special attention given to Examinations, Valuations, and Reports a
Properties tor tnvestm'nt purposes.
FREDERICK J. AMWEO, M. AM. Boc O. B.,
Engineer and Manner.
W. R. CASTLE JR.. Secretary nnd Treasurir.
I C. J. DAY & CO.-GROCERIBSi
30NEY ISLAND'S "LOOP THE LOOP," WHICH IS TO BE
TAKEN TO LONDON.
1110ns the i-nmuiitliiii nttriH'tlmis In London will be n replica of New
Villi. 'h giciit wiikIiIi1 uiiiUM'iiK lit icsoit. Coiioj iKliiud It Is to be a sieute
!! 1 dm lion nnd will be Iruilul III Lull's Court The glddj "loop the
nip" the old uli 11I11111' hotel the fniiilllnr mush mid diiuiu hulls, will nil
c umivptiiiilnl to llu u'lil nt the Ihigllnli iiu'tnipnllH, mid Londoners will
m 1111 0. pin iiit.lt v to iiiiium- tlieniKelvcH uflir the fiihliliui of .Sew Vorl.crs
1 llu- in.t ti 11 nt. rut 1. 1 iiiiiii mil mill,!' his iippcnriiiiii' at tlie Kurt's Cuurt
i, (. . . i vli llu. 'bnrLiix" fin tin' sIiiiuh lime been xi'litleil from
imv IhIiiH'I iim'iiiIii in nt I be cuift. cspi'i lit I nttpiitlnn having liicu
1 1 i.i 1 i!.( M'lviiife ul l!iuf With the llios. plouuillKid luwtl ill.llect.
How King Lear
Looked As a Boy
A good Btory Is told ol John Ma
r.u.ro, tho veteran Montuna manager,
who Is known to every theatrical per
son who has ever visited that Silver
State, ns a Jovial, whole souled prince
of good fellow 8, and a wag of tho Ilrst
A fow jears ago Magulro was man
aMng tho Grnnd Opera limine In Ilutte
City. Tno well known trngedlnn
Trtderlck Wnrdo was duo to nppcar
there In "King Lear." Mr. Wardo'B
ndvanco agent put In his customary
advent of a week ahead nt his attrac
tion, and after transacting his routine
business with Mr. Magulre, was about
'o depart for tho next pluco where
Mr Wardo was booked, when Mn
gt'lro asked him for a cut of "King
Lear" Tho agent said that ho had
rono explaining thnt In a recent ho
tel fire his cut trunk had been cremat
ed and that ho did not havo a single
cut ot "King Lear" left.
Notning daunted by this stnto nf af-fr-irs
Magulro sal'd: "I must hnvo n
tut of somo kind for thnt long nrtlclo
on King Lenr' In Sunday's paper."
"Como to think of It," replied tho
agent "I have Just ono cut In my hotel
Uimk, but that's Wardo ns Hamlet.'
Go and get It nnd I will do tho
I' Ft Mngulro said, scrlotiBly It duly
appeared In tho Sunday paper, und
Mi Wnrdo's consternation may bo Im
agined when ho saw It, for It rrad:
"King Lear When n Uoy I
The ever popular llulncr Deer Is Just
as ninth a favorite as ever. It Is on
draught at th' New Criterion Saloon
ns it was at the old The longer It Is
used the better II Is liked
Needs No Crenm
NeedM No Hugnr
122 KING STREET
next to Bulletin Otllco
PHONE MAIN 119
SKREVE & CO., San Francisco
To facilitate trndo with the Hawaiian Islands, will uellver
all goods purchased or order cd of them, free, of all charges
for transportation to Ilonolu lu or returning samo to Ban
Francisco. Goods will be se nt on selection to thoso know
ing the firm, or who will fur nlsb satisfactory references In
Jewelers, Gold and Silver Manufacturers,
Market & Post 6ts., 8. F.
Illustrated CATALOGUE and prices furnished upon receipt
of request. Wo havo tho largest manufactory of Jewelry
and Silverware west of New York City, nnd are prepared to
furnish special designs.
I. De Turk's Table Wines
Justly known to ho tho CHOICEST
CALIFORNIA PRODUCT. A largo
supply of tho different varieties Just
H. HACKFELD & CO., LTD.
SOLE AGENTS AND GENERAL DISTRIBUTORS FOR
THE HAWAIIAN TERRITORY.
A. V. GIIAIJ, PrctiUlcnt.
EMMBTT MAY, Secretary.
The Honolulu Investment Go., Ltd,
Insure your Lite, Property, Household Goods or Merchandise
In tho best nnd Htrongest companies, us represented by
The llonloulu Investment Co., Ltd., Merchant St., Judd Building
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