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" EVENINd BULLETIN, HONOLULU H. T.. TUESDAY, APRIL 29, 1902.
PERMEO FOUNTAIN PEN PILLS
Thero Is no other place. In tho world whero a chiffonier Is
needed so much as In Homlulu. In this climate, where ladles
require bo many changes o ' clothing, extra Bpaco Is In demand to
keep them, and no other phec of furniture Is quite so convenient
nnd beautiful as a chlffonlo -. Our present stock Is very hand
somo and tho prices aro lovf
Wo also have a complete stock of
Dining Room Tables
both round and square with chairs to match aud somo very hand
somo Round Card Tables
Wo will bo pleased at all times to show you our stock.
J. HOPP & COMPANY,
LEADING FURNITURE DEALERS
Corner Kind nni1 Bethel Street
si ;., n i ' i . y i rc-x, U4?n rr, , it " . a
TSSSMT R- wm --J ,6BMX''W. .
ixvzrimms kt -e'lrsrFnnsjBst'aw vr'. rM'
Hawaiian Iron Fence and Monumental Go.
H. E. HEINDRICK, Prop.
TELEPHONE MAIN 287. 176-180 KINO STREET.
Bulletin 75c per month.
To get a cup of real good cof
fee jou'll liao to start back of
the actual making that Is. to
the roasting and grinding.
Is roasted fresh overy day and
ground as jou need It.
It Is puro old Kona coffee and
thero Is none better on earth;
clear and delicious. Costs only
30c the pound
H. MAY & GO.
The Populnr Grocery.
according to tho opinions
of physicians and food ex
perts, we luivo a'.i the best
of tho many breakfast
foods now on the market.
There Is one that has be
come the most popular of
all foods Blinply because
Its work nnd results tell
quickly and satisfactorily.
Come and we'll tell you
confidentially which will
suit you best.
LEWIS & GO.
it ii Limited it n
1060 FORT 8TREET.
240 Two Talephone240.
Every user of a Fountain Pen should
have them. They are convenient,
osilly handled and always ready (or
Plenty 'Good Gravy'
PAPER NOVELS received Ex. S. S.
"SIERRA" - 20c to 50c each
and now on sale nt the
Golden Rule Bazaar
150 HOTEL ST.
"TWO WAYS OF LOOKING AT IT"
Twelve Inches Is tho average dis
tance at which perfect ejes see best
Holding hook or paper differently
means oo. strain means an error In
relrnctlon or defcctlvo muscles
means grao harm sooner or later.
"A glued In tlmo saves" slightly
changed, hut jou know tho Import, nnd
eyes aro moro Important than studies.
A. N. SANFORD,
Boston Building, Fort Street
Over May i. Co.
l-.uJ.l .'-j.. I
A -Hi OF 111
In tho presentation of "A Flag of
Truce" at the Orpheum Inst night the
Ellefords gave a strong bill. Tho per:
fxmancc vns more than satisfactory.
Mr, Kllcford has gathered about him
self this season a company of players
who are artists In their several lines
and who glvo most finished perform
ances. ".The Flag of Truce" was admirably
produced. It Is n cleverly conceited
liiamn and Its action fairly bristles
with pathos and humor so character
telle of lire In old New England Tho
plot Is not exceedingly deep, but with
al It is fetching enough to claim the
undivided attention of any audience.
Messrs. Fanning and Scott as tho
brothers Tom and Jim gave a most
Artistic delineation Their curtntn
sccen in the third act Was a grand
piece of acting, nnd well merited the
curtain calls they received.
Herbert Shaw surprised his friends
with a pathetic portrajal ol Dad Hew
inf, which was fully up to (ho stand
ard set by the leaders Mr. Vmaii
In the heavy role of Wlllard Hilton
Miccecded In getting himself thoroiigli
Iv disliked Several of the ladles In
the audience were heard to remark.
"I hate that man" No bottei cnnipll
r.icnt could have been paid Mr W'j
man. Miss May I'owcrs looked pretty and
wore her persecutions with much
grace of manner Ilaby Lillian mndo
u good spoilt boy; Miss Cuminlngs a
good Irishwoman, and Lucas a good
toll to Watson's excellent performance)
of tho light comedy rolo of Harry
Tonight the snmo bill, "A Flag of
Truce" Is rciommondei! to the pit and
gallery alike llie piny Is full of good
ntnured sentiment such as the gnl
Icrles loo nnd cery ono knows that
the galleries have a fine critical taste
In the ny of sentiment nnd comedy
alike Tomorrow night, "The Amtrl
ton Girl "
L. D Brawn, better known nt pres
ent as the 'Kalwikl Olant," is In town
from Hllo near which city he resides.
Hi own, who has a moro than local
name us a boxer. Is now Issuing n chal
lenge to box any man In theso Islands,
the eent to take place in Hllo, how-
cer, as the challenger does not fancy
this city for boxing exhibitions.
Brown is G feet 2k Indus In height
and weighs 225 pounds He Is well put
up nnd has done somo creditable work
on the Mainland, where he among oth
ers, defeated Dunny Cowan nnd Mlko
Queenan. Ho ntso defeated Jack
Smith of Salt Lake City in un eight
I'cto Kernrd he fought to a draw
and In 18 be stood up ngnlnst Sulli
van for four rounds ip Lcndvlllc.
llrown Is prepared to meet nny loral
boxer in Hllo and holies that satisfac
tory arrangements can lu made lln
hopes that a contest can be urrunged
for to take place In a few weeks.
A STORY OFJUJMAN L0YE
In the range of tho drama there Is
no piny that appeals to thoroughly
rnd completely to all clnsses of the
ater-goers as Jas Sheridan Knowlcs'
tragedy of "Vlrglnlus. ' I'uro In tone,
lofty In conception, noblo In sentiment,
'. runs the cntiru gamut of our better
rtture, touching the tendurcst cords
'if the human heart, arousing tho high
ect sense or patriotism, with tho
bu ndest sympathy of our fellow men,
and admiration for heroic self sacri
fice. Though cast In tho early dajs or
Home, before tho udeut of Christian
ity, the talo Is as simple as a domestic
story of today, and tho ncnlum. thu
tunic, nnd tho toga of am lent times
might be exchanged for tho modern
costume of tho present day without
losing Its effttt; hence the hoirot of
Its success. No simple talc of human
live, with Its sorrows nnd Its Jojs, n
dcmestlc picture of humble life, with
lis sunshine and Its shadow, tho one
Intensified by contrast with thn other,
a tong that has been sung by poets
liom tho creation of tho world, and
that Is cer now, a melody that towir
falls upon tho ear but It groWB more
beaiittful as tlmo rolls on. Huch Is tlm
story of "Vlrglnlus," so nbly rendered
by Frederick Wnrcle. and such aro tho
plas Hint honor nnd uphold our staae.
sustaining the drnpia as a factor In
our civilization, uplifting the people
by their Influence, and shedding lustro
en the men who, by nature, tempera
ment and ability aro canablo of ade
quately representing llicni Mr.
wnruo presents "ylrglnlus" Thurs
day May 8 Tho season sale Is pro-Fi-sslng
at Wall, Nichols Company.
SUPREME COURT DECIDES
Washington, April 21 Tho United
States Supreme Court today granted
leato to tho State of" Washington to
llle mi original bill for mi injiinctlna
uguliist the (Heat Northern Itullwuy
c-o me niorinern I'aclllc Company and
the Northern Secuiltlcs Conipaii) In uc
cordunce with the petition of that Stute
recentl) filed in this court
The opinion lu the e.ibc was d
Ihuc.l li Clilci Justice I'iiIIm uhu
stated that tho court hud alwavs exei
clscd the utmost caio in Its tuoi ceilings
In original custH and that the pietcm
decision to giant nip to lllo was In
tended to he cntlrel without prejudice
to elthci puity ul interest .
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MEjeaxOn! SARAiocAt A W lr t-sGSUi
.LOCAL AND GENERAL
New YorkAprll 19. Sugar nw.
firm, fair refining, 2 29-32c; centrifu
gal. 96 test, 3 13-.12c; molasses sugar,
2 3-16c, refined, firm.
Madame Small's social at Elk Hall
A salesman for the other Islands Is
wanted See ad under New Toda)
Now- Is the last chance to buy goodi
away below cost at (loo Kim's closing
The reception to Dr. and Mrs, Albert
Clark of Chicago takes place this af
ternoon. An administrator's notice to creditor)
In re T, D. Murray estate appears un
der New Today.
I'rlncess Kawanannkoa will receive
at her home, I'ualellanl, this afternoon
at the usual time. "
The weekly edition of the Evening
Dullctln gives a complete summary "of
the news of tho day.
Makanul Aseu has petitioned for ad
ministration of the CBtate of O. II La
hilahl, late of Ewa deceased.
Solomon Kauai has entered nn action
to establish Usher) rights under the
provisions of the Organic Act.
There were only uc cases on the
Police Court calendar so that the ses
slon Listed but a crv few mfnutes
Table claret and other wines arc
sold by Gomes & McTlghe, llquot
dcnlers.N. King street. Tel. Main 140
Bourbon Whiskey, 6 years old, 3 60;
Claret, CO cents; Sherry and Tokay, 75
cents a gallon nt Hoffscblacger Co.'s,
A commission has Issued to Wm. F
Humphrc), San Francisco, to take tes
tlmony relative to probate of the will
of the late M. I.oulsson.
Captain Parker of the police foice
returned to the city jesterday altei a
few das' vacation nt bis country place
nt Kahaluu, Koolaulua.
Commissioner Wrny Tnjlor sen:
large supplies of panlcum grass seed to
the ranches un tho Island of Hawaii
by the steamer Klnau today.
Every boy and girl Is Invited to call
nt the Honolulu Photo Supply Co foi
little book of pictures taken with the
Uronnlc camera. Ilio Brownie costs
only M for No 1 and $2 for No. 2.
The meeting of the stockholders of
the Star Soda Works which was called
for 10 o'clock this morning, was ad
Journcd till Tuesday of next week at
tho same hour, as there was not a quo
Henry Wnterhouse, treasurer of tho
Fourth District committee of the Re
publican party, has sent In his resig
nation to the secrctnrj on nccount of
his Intended departure by the Alameda
for Englund tomorrow
Notices of a special stockholder
meeting and rcgularlj called meeting
of l be Honolulu Rapid Transit & Land
Co. to be held respectively on the. ?th
and Sth of May next appear under New
Today on page 8.
Among the departures for Hllo and
way ports in the Klnau today were the
following: T. It, Key worth, John T.
Ilakcr, I). Conway, L. C. I.) man, Mrs.
C. 11. Cooper, F. J, Amncg and Mr.
and Mrs. Frank Woods.
By a score of 7814 to 134 California
defeated Stanford on the Palo Alto
campus April 19 In the tenth annual
intcr-colleglate field day. Three Coast
Intercollegiate records were broken,
twd were tied nnd two new ones wcr
Geo. A, Davit concluded his speech
for plaintiffs In the Knmnlo Sugar Co
case this forenoon and T MeCants
Stewart on the sume side had Just got
under wh bi'fore recess Mr ll.inkej
for defendants will have tho closing
word It Is doubtful If argument will
be concluded toda)
Tho tug-of-wnr tourmnient will b-
continued lit tho Anla warehouse thu
evening. The Hist pull will be between
the Portuguese aud All-Americans ami
tho second between tho I'iiMIp u'nrlm
and Lumber Yard team Both pulls
Hiould bo very Interesting The Hono
lulu Athletic Club band will furnish
Frank Grace, who left this city five
)oars ago to look for something to do
on tho Coast is a visitor In the city at
the home or his mother Frank, since
his departure from Honolulu, has madi
rupld strides In business and Is now a
trusted emplojc of one or the blggcsl
business houses In San Francisco
Longing for u visit to his peqple he
applied for a live weeks' vacation and
was readily granted It
Some of the )oung men who were out
on tho Puuahnii baseball giounds -tenia)
af lei noon Indulging in prattle,
in anticipation of the games of the
coming season, report that the diamond
Ib In ver) bad condltlnu and that unless
It Is fixed up there will ho bomo ver
faulty pin) lug during the Reason. The
recent uiins huve undoubtedly clono
tho damage and the grounds are so
rough that It Is almost Impossible to
judgo a ball correctly This, In a meas
ure explains the very bad plajlng In
tho game there last Saturday after
noon. Harry Evans leaves for San Fran
cisco tomorrow In the Alameda H
expects to be gone about four mouth
during which time he will go hack to
tho old countr) to attend to some mat
ters of business. There was a story
around that Hurry Intended leaving
Hawaii for good but this morning, In
an Interview, he said "I want to make
my home In no other rountiv than Ha
wall. I have been here sixteen jears
arjd have found It plenty good enough
for mn When I went awa) on tn) last
trip I had only been gouo about a
month when I began to get homesick
und hankered after the slums of Ha
Young l.ad) A frlnd of mine Is p.
gaged to a man nnd now he rcfures in
marr) her What would )ou idvlbn
her to do?
Old Law) or Is the innn wealthy?
Young l-idy No, ho hnsn t u shl,
Old l.nvv)or Then I'd advise her to
write him a nlco letter of thanks.
Tho following aro no n'dlnar) offerings as In somo Instances wc
have reduced the prices on staple gooJs over one-half In every case
the opportunity of saving money Is exceptional and should bo taken
ndvantngc of by bii)ers with the slightest economical propensities.
Salo begins Monday morning, April 231h.
TAFFETA SILK SALE
35'J Arils of assorted shades
Taffeta Silk our regular 1 1')
and 1 00 quality. On salo this
w eek at
KID GLOVE SALE
Any lady desiring Kid Gloves,
the latest with clasp fastenings,
lu White Black or Tan shades
heav) stitching on back, all en
tirely new stock nnd In perfect
condition should not miss this
VICTOR GLOVES nt ..
Kcgular price $1.50,
LADIES' FANCY NECKWEAR
Beautiful assortment on talo
this week at exactly one-half
Fine Leather I'urses at your
own prices, all In excellent con
dition. Wo aro closing them
out at a loss
LADIES' MUSLIN UNDERWEAR
Bargains offered this wcok In
every line Come and see them
Pacific Import Co., Ltd,
Honest dental work
Tho New- York Dental Parlors are
under ndw- management and aro turn
ing out the best kind of dental work
known to tho profession at -the lowest
prices over knorm In Honolulu.
Rach dopartrrit-nt In charge of a spe
cialist and our operators aro graduate
dentists of tho best recognized schools
In tho b. 8. or tho world.
We havo a larger stale than nny oth
er dentnl office In tho city; wo havri
tho best plato workers, crown and
brldgo specialists, and In fact all
branches of dentistry as practiced by
us arc strictly up to date.
Wo can save )ou money on your den
tal work. We wilt tell you In advance
exactly what jour work will cost by
a freo examination.
SET TEETH 5 00
GOLD CROWNS , J5.00
GOLD FILLfNGlS J1.00
8ILVER KILLINGS 60s
All our Instruments aro thoroughly
sterilized before use.
New York Deiital Parlors,
Icoom 4, Kltte Uulidlug, Hotel Uiren
LADIES IN ATTENDANCE
Hours, 8 a. m. to 6 p. n.
Sundays, 9 a. m. to 12 u..
Manila April 20. Tho United
.Slates I'hlllpplno Commission ha.s
paused n law authorizing muulclp.ill
tits to appropriate funds foi combat
ing epidemic dlseasos.
'the c hull 1,1 situation shows no lm
piovemeut Thero has been a tntnl of
CSS cnncs iiiul 300 cle tills In Manila
nnd SFi2 c linen and 602 dentils lu tho
in nv luces, I
Miss Lniiilcgon, who has been spend
ing some weeks at thu Hawaiian hotel,
leuves for the Mnlnlnnd In tho Alameda
An up-to date Ulo trh
er at an upto-date
price $4.50 Invested
In this shoe will bring
you more returns in
comfort and satisfac
tion than twice that
amount spent In oth
er wa)s. This Blea
cher Is built on md
crn progressive lines
and Is a fitter and a
winner In every re
spect. " " " " "
BARGAINS IN TOWELS
Just 100 dot superb Cotton
Huck Toweh Size 18x31 In.
this week at
75c a dozen i
READY MADE SHEETS '
Kxcellent Cotton material. .
Anchor Brand, ready for use,
slio 90x90 regular price 90c.
C0u on sale this week at
. .1') loz Ladles' Handker
chiefs embroidered corners.
This week at ....
' 5 cents
FANBY BORDER Handkerchiefs
GZ doz. on sale this week at..
50c a dozen
BLUE SEAL VASELINE
This week, per bottle
Sale of Hosiery will be ex
tended to this wcok, snmo e-x- i
tremely low prices prevailing
as during last week
Fred. L. Waldron
P. O. Box 653; TeJ Bluo 791; Room
3. Spreckn's BulldlLg.
P. H. Rurnette
Real Estate and Conveyanclrg, Insur
ance and Collection, Notary Public.
Room 10, Mclntyre Building.
300 PAIRS CURTAINS
from 50 cenls a pair up,
The bent collection In the city nnd much
lower than uhuiiI price foi
ONH WEUK ONLY.
J. H. FISHER
Slock sad Bond Brokers.
FIRE ASSOCIATION, of Philadelphia
WE8TERN AS8URANCE CO, f T
Offices SUngenwild Bld, M
chant StrceL Tel. Main Ji.
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANQE
Honolulu, April 29, iooj
Ullic rK cm- I CtrltAj
..ni.,.. w. Jtj. r,.., .
. -1- ..p
C. Brlwtr A Cnmttny
LB. Kta Co,, LU .
Bwt Plantation Co ...
mwantn com auco
Hawaiian sugar Co .
Honoaw Sugar Co .
Honokaa Sugar Co .
, Haiku Sugar Co
Kahuku Plantation Co
Ktpahulu Sugar Co ..,
, Koloa Sugar Co
O.bu Sdrar Co j
-jokala sugar Flan. Co
OlaaSu Co, Ltd , ail
OlaaSuCo LU piuo 1
Paauhau Su (Man Co
Pacific Sugar Mill
Pala Ptanta Ion Co
Prpko Si g.r Co ..
Pioneer Mill Co
Pioneer Mill Co Aiwi
Walalua Agri Co
Walmea Mill Co
Wilier Steam.hln r.
1 jo 000
, too 000'
Inter-Island St. am N C01
Hawaiian LWtrtc Co
Hon Rarld T & L Co
Mutual Trlerhnne Co
Oahu MvXr L C.n
Peorlt Ice fc R I g Co
First National Hank
Hawaiian (,av t rer cent
II1I0 RR Co 6 rer cent!
rion Kapu transit
Lwa Plantat n 6 per cent
want, k w L, co rer c
Oahu Plantation ope
Olaa Plantatloio p, e
Walalua Agrlcul op c
STOCK AND BOND BROKER,
HONOLULU 8T0CK EXCHANGE
Orders for tho purchase or sal oi
stocks and bonds carcfuly and prompt
ly executed. Loans negotiated
Office Room 401, 4th floor, 8tngrv
wsld Bldg. Postofflce box 390; T It
phono Main 331.
Halstead & Co., Ltd
MONEY ADVANCBD ON SUGAR
921 Fort Street
TEL. MAIN 133.
A. C. LOVEKIN,
STOCK AND BOND BROKER,
REAL ESTATEJND INSURANCE.
403 Judd Building:.
MITCIIi:i.L In this city. April 29,
1902, Jessie, the oldest daughter of
William Mitchell, mato or the Mlka
hala, nged 9 )ears, 10 months,
I'linernl from Collins house, school
street at 4 p. m Wednesday. Interment
at Niiuanu remoter) .
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