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EVENINQ BULLETIN. HONOLULU H. T.. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 30, 1902.
PERMEO FOUNTAIN PEN PILLS
lrS9i ziAf aS- Lfl
fjf WALL, NICHOLS
Thcro Is no other place In the world where a chiffonier Is
needed eo much as In Honjlulu. In this climate, where, ladles
rcqulro so many changes o: clothing, extra spaco Is In demand to
keep them, and no other pl:cc of furnlturo Is qulto so convenient
and beautiful as a chlffonlo . Our present Btock Is ery hand
some and tho prices nro lof
Wo also havo a complete stock of
Dining Room Tables
both round and squnro with chairs to match aud some very bend
somo Round Card Tables
Wo will be pleased at all times to show ou our stock.
J. HOPP & COMPANY,
LEADING PURNITURE DEALERS
Corner King onil Bethel Street
Hawaiian Iron Fence and Monumental Go.
H. E. HENDRICK, Prop.
TELEPHONE MAIN 287. 176-180 KING STREET.
Bulletin 75c per month.
To get n cup of real sood cof
fee you'll have to Btart back of
the actuul mftkffig that Is. to
tho roasting and grinding.
Is roasted fresh overy day and
ground as jou need It.
It Is pure old Kona coffco and
there Is none butter on earth;
clear and delicious. Costs only
30c the pound
H. MAY & CO.
The Popular Grocery.
according to the opinions
of physicians and food ex
perts, wo have a.-, tho best
of tho many breakfast
foods now on tho market.
There Is ono tbnt has bo
come tho most popular of
all foods simply bucauso
Its work nnd resultB tell
quickly and satisfactorily.
Come and we'll tell you
confidentially which will
suit you best.
LEWIS & GO.
tl ti Limited u II
10C0 FORT STREET.
240 Two Telephones 240.
Every user of a Fountain Pen should
have them. They aro convenient,
easily handled and always ready for
Plenty Good Gravy'
PAPER NOVELS received Ex, S. S.
"SIERRA" - 20c to 50c each
and now on nnle nt the
Golden Rule Bazaar
ISO HOTEL ST.
"TWO WAYS OF LOOKING AT IT"
Twelvo Inches Is tho average dis
tance at which perfect eyes see best
Holding book or paper differently
means eo strain means an error In
refraction or defcctlvo muscles
means grao barm sooner or later.
"A glai.a In tlmo saves" slightly
changed, but jou know tho Import, nnd
eyes aro moro Important than stitches.
A. N. SANFORD,
Boston Building, Fort Street
Over May & Co.
"ME IIP 11"
At the Orpheum tonight the Elleford
company will present one of their big
gest successes The American Olrl,
which Is from the pen of the well
known American author, II. Oratton
Oonnell). It Is In four acts and tho
scenes of the play are laid In America,
Engtaud and Scotland
The first act takes place at the
borne of Jasmine Curew at Decchdalt
In the Catsliltl mountains. Jasmin!
has been secretly married to Philip
Fairfax, who, being the youngest son
of a noble family has come to America
to earn his own living, assumed tho
name of Devon Jasmine is loved by
one Sampson Craft. Philip receives a
telegram from his brother to meet him
in New York. On his arrival he finds
bis brother very 111 and goes on to En
gland with him. While Philip Is on
(he ocean Craft proposes to Jasmine,
who refuses him Out of revenge
Craft, whose father holds a mortgage
on the Carew homestead, forecloses and
turns Jasmine and her mother out of
The second act opens at ihc home ot
Sir John Balfour, London. Jasmine
has found her way to England In hopes
of finding her husband She has a pic
turc left by Fairfax and tries to sell It
to Sir John. A celebrity of thcatiical
circles calls to see Colonel Uolter, an
American theatrical manager. She
turns out to be the hired girl, who
was in the emplojment of Mrs, Ca
rew. After she becomes famous she
takes Mrs. Carew along as her cbapcr-
The third act finds Jasmine in her
attic home. Her two children, Little
Lady and Prince Hoy, having sold
some papers at Sir John's, are sent
home by the kind-hearted baronet with
a lot of nourishing food and w Inc. The
children have a very prctt) scene set
ting the table for mamma's surprise
party Craft who has become a barris
ter discovers Jasmine's retreat, and
with the aid of Lady I)ercnt and her
daughter, Miss Laura, tries to take
Little Lad and Prlucc Hoj away, but
Is prevented by Twister and Colonel
The last act takes plare In Scotland,
whcie it Is (Uncovered that Philip Fair
fax Is the Count of Derwent owing to
the death of his brother., J ismlne and
her little ones are Invited to Derwent
castle and she meelH her husband Ex
planations follow nnd nil is set right.
The play Is full of strong situations
and laughable climaxes During tho
progress of the piece spool titles will he
Introduced b different members of the
The rrguUr sale of scats for tho
Frederick Wordc season commences to
moriow morning at Wall, Nichols Co,
and promises to be the largest of any
dramatic entertainment given In Hono
lulu In ears Mr Warde Opens his en
gagement ou Thursday, Maj 8, in "Vlr
The Uomcn tragedy of "Vlrglnlus"
was written by the famous English au
thor, James Sheridan Knoules, and
was original!) produced at the Covent
Garden Theater. London, In May, 1820.
The first representative of the charac
ter of Vlrglnlus was the gicat English
tragedian, V C. Macrcady, to whom
the author acknowledged his indebted
ness for his assistance) in the produc
tion of tho play The men who have
made Vlrglnlus famous In this country
have been Thomas Altborpe Cooper
originally and In the order named
Edwin Forrest John McCullough and
Frederick Waicle Tho litter gentle
man was leading support to McCul
lough the noblest Roman of them all,
plajlng "Iclllus fur several jeius to
McCullough's Vlrglnlus Mr. Warila
has placd the pait of "Vlrglnlus" up
wards of luuo times This grand old
play it Is salii mves to hiing out tho
full acting strength of Mr Wurde's
m of w nmn
It has been definitely decided that
there will be only five companies In the
coming competitive drill of the Nation
al Uuard of Haw-all The) Hie A, II,
13, F and G companies all of which aro
now drilling nightly In order to pre
pare themselves fully for the gieut
event which Is to take place on the af
ternoon of tho 10th Inst .
As the standard of mllltar) efllclcncy
is alvva)s helped by tin no prize drills
tne bo)s hope that their icupettlve em
ploveiH will be kind enough to let them
go on the afternoon of the 10th, In ol
der that the) may take part lu the Im
On Sunda) lakt Captain Itlloj of Co
IJ took his men up into Manoa viiltf)
lor an outing nnd, while marching
about gave them extended order and
tegular drill A few rounds ot blank
caitrldges were flr-d. Tho bo)s had
a line time and aro anxious to get some
more work of tho kind.
BROWN'8 LONG VOYAGE.
After n long passage of 82 do)s from
Newcastle with a load of coal tho Am
erican hark llu ilti Urown, Captain
Asplund, arrived In port it 4 o'clock
yesterday afternoon docking at the
Allen street wharf Head winds and
calms delnjed the vcst,el und tho island
of Hawaii was sighted over a week ago.
She tame In with the starboanl arm of
her malioard in n sllug. It snapped In
a sudden squall and had to be spliced.
A new iirtl will probabl) be secured
here Her cargo consists uf 1130 ton
of coal for tho Hawaiian Electric Ceim
paii) The lurk l'uitoJus wits sighted
toward the end of the vuiigo, arriving
here on Sunda) last From here the
Hi own will go to tho Sound In ballast
Captain Asplund is aeiotnpinlcd bj his
wife and chlldicii.
J A Magonn'4 suit to break a lease
given l) him to eeitnlu Chinese was
runner aired In Judge- Itubliisnni
court tills morning Tuuru was a livo
I) passago over tho ttiiv,itlon of un
amended answer to tho complaint.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
H. W. roster, Jeweler, 158 Hotel St.
Hon Robert Hltt has been renomi
nated for Congress, f '
Ladles' fine tucking and steam pleat
ing b) .Mrs Stone, 1017 Dethel st.
Your amateur photographic worK
will be well done If taken to Honolulu
Photo Supply Co.
The weekly edition of the Evening
Bulletin gives a complete summary of
the news of the day.
Judge Estee this morning remitted
the fine for absence recorded against
John Emmeiuth, Juryman.
Bishop Nichols of tho American
Episcopal Church called on Acting
Governor Cooper by appointment this
Bourbon Whiskey, ft years old, JJ SO;
Claret, 50 cents; Sherry and Tokay, 75
cents a gallon at Hoffschlaeger Co.'s.
The Merchants' Parcel Delivery will
give jour package special attention at
the time )ou desire, bte ad under lliisl
ness Director) on page 6 .
W, II lliovvn for several jenrs In
the employ of Alexander & Bilduln,
left for Knual last evening to un
charge of the books at Kllauea planta
Willie preliminaries for WalkIM
road widening have progressed beau
1. fully, there arc not funds in thl
Treastir) to carry out tho Improve
A handsome streamer advertising
the Ma) Day entertainment for the
benefit of the McKlnley Memorial
Fund was suspended In front of the
Orera House this morning.
Yesterday afternoon tho Scottish
Thistle Club moved from its old place
in the Love building to tho I'logiess
block, where it will occupy largci
and more commodious quarters
Those who witnessed tho rehearnnl
of the May Day entertainment ) ester
da) were charmed with tho perform
onces nnd predict a great evenings
cnJo)mcnt for patrons tomorrow evm
Director Jnicd O Smith of the Fed
eral Experiment Station has received
lrvltatlons to several recent festlvl
ties In the East. One was n dlnnei o
the Social Science Association of New
Work ot transforming Judge Hum-
phre)8' former chambers Into a third
courtroom is progressing. The plat
forms for the bench, clerk's elesk anil
Jur) box arc laid. There will be little
space for spectators
The Supreme Court was not in ses
sion today. In a few da) the new
c-rop of decisions will doultlcss begin
to appear. Public Interest Is keen
regarding the Smith contempt and tho
Kanialo promotion cases.
Superintendent of Public Works
Bcyd ald tills morning that the eml)
result of tho As)lum rock crusher dis
russlon lately revived was that the
Fifth District could not have Its need
id street Improvements for the pres
m:. Charles T. Murray, administrator ol
the estate of his lato father, Timothy
E .Murray, has filed an Inventory do
daring that the only property In the
estate is a policy for J2500 In tin
Provident Savings, Lite Assurance As
soclatlon ot New York.
Manager Pat Oleason of the Honolu
lu Athletic Club has made arrange
ments for the Catholic Mission band to
play at the tug-of-war contest In the
Anla warehouse tomorrow night On
baturday evening the Honolulu Athlc
tie Club band will do tho work
To the tourist photography affords
a never ending source of enjoj me nt lj
record with accuracj the events ami
scenes of Ills tour Is a pleasure never to
be forgotten. Honolulu Photo Suppl)
Co loans Kodaks and prints und devel
ops pictures on vor) short notice
Tho goods from the storo of Ku
wate, a Japanese of Kallhl, which wcro
seized a short time ago under a writ
of execution, wcro sold nt auction at
the police station nt noon today and
netted something over a hundred dol
lars. The safe was tho only article
that w.s not sold . ,
A letter from ono of the musicians
with. the A. L. Morris show of Hawa
iian scenes nnd curios, received by tho
China today, states thut they were al
Vallejo on April 22 and that the) ex
pected to leave for Santa Kosu the next
da From there they were to go hack
to Sail Francisco and then to Fresno.
Their plans after showing at that placo
hud not )et been decided on. At some
Of the smaller towns there were eiovvd
ed bonus and It was thdught that in
the future a lot of money would be
made with the venture
Y. H. C. AREVIEW
I The report number of the Y M C v,
1 Review has Just been Issued. It forms
unusually interesting reading, contain
ing ns It does exhaustive reports of the
work done by tho association during
the past ) ear .
The number begins with a report of
the thlrtv -third nniilw.ror, r., nf n, .,
soclatlon which uaa relcbratcil on Mon
day or lust week. This Includes a Iit
Of all the rnmnifttoftb ufhiAi. A .
- .m niillll 441 V iU
serve during Xc coming ear. This Is
iuiiowcu oy tne report of the general
secretary. Henry C. Brown, In which a
unei skcicii is given of tho hlstor) o
the association for the past jear Phy
sical Director Fred. Young reports on
tho ph)slcal department, W. I) Han
croft, chairman of the devotional com
mittee, rtpoits on the work done b
this committee ami Edgnrd Wood
chnliman of the educational commit
tee describes the educational woik
The Review e loses with a set of In
tcicstlng statistics for the )i.n Villi
liwj anil a report of tbe tieiisurei ('has
H Athcrlim this shows the u.elpts
of the asioelatlon to have been JT590 -10
of which the laigest amount vva de
rived from subscriptions nnd iiiimbei
ship fees The expenses eonic within
iihcnit $i) of this umotint, the chief
Items being sulailes, wages, repalis and
Tho following arc no cdlnr) offerings as In somo Instances wo
have reduced tho prices on stnplo good's over one-half In every case
the opportunity of saving money Is exceptional nnd should be taken
advantage of by bii)ers with tho slightest economical propensities.
Sale begins Monday morning, April 28lh.
TAFFETA SILK SALE
3S0 )ards of nssortcd shades
TatTeta Silk, our regular 1 10
and 1 00 quality. On salo this
w cek at
KID GLOVE SALE
Any lady desiring Kid Gloves,
the latest with clasp fastenings.
In White. Ulack or Tan shades,
heavy Btltchlng on hack, all en
tirely new stock nnd In pel feet
condition, should not miss this
VICTOR GLOVES nt
Regular price $1.50.
LADIES' FANCY NECKWEAR
Ilcaiitlful assortment on talo
this week at exactly one half
Flno Leather Purses at your
own prices, all in excellent con
dition. Wo nro closing them
out nt a loss.
LADIES' MUSLIN UNDERWEAR
Ilargalns offered this week In
every lino. Cnmo and sco them.
Pacific Import Go., Ltd.
Honest dental work
Tho New York Dental Parlors are
under new management and nro turn
ing out the best kind ot dental work
known to the profession at the lowest
prices ever knor'n in Honolulu.
Hack department In chargo of a spe
cialist and our operators aro graduate
dentists of the best-rccognlzed schools
In tho U. S. or tho world.
We havo a larger staff than any oth
er dental offlco In tho city; wo have
tho best plate workers, crown nnd
brldgo specialists, and In fart all
branches of dentistry as practiced by
us aro strictly up to dato.
Wo can savo you money on your den
tal work. We will tell you In advance
exnctly what )Oiir work will cost by
a frco examination.
SET TEETH $5.00
GOLD CR0WN8 $5.00
GOLO FILLINGS $1.00
SILVER FILLINGS 50c
All our Instruments aro thoroughly
sterilized beforo use.
New York Deiital Parlors,
Room 4, Elite Building, Hotel Stri
LADIJta IN ATTKNDANCK
Hours, 8 a. m. to 6 p. n,
Sundays, 3 a. m. to 12 u,.
If VOU have thm Viur (Ml ln lm lv ai-nnlrwi
bad habit It It not nernt'rv tu he lu turrJ by
frn. Inerowlnir nails bonlo-i chilMa m tu
1 lw may f curf J .that it v r tetl may r X tvVtn
ol their baJtuMH V u ti Ir ni'rrHeJ nut only
how murhm -re eaillv rd i mturt.H yn h I Ma k
b-jt wlt'i how much mora viiui ai4 t tc jou l I ba
jtl ti think anJart m all ut hutlneka or nxUI
Lai n-l mi m afuut ill if -e J mr wnri anJ 1
i I call un ou
Dr. W. k tJogle,
Union Street above Hotel.
ContulUtlun noli t -
An up-todate Blciru
cr at an upto-date
price; $4.50 Invested
In this shoo will bring
you more returns In
comfort nnd satisfac
tion than twice that
amount spent in oth
er wn)s. This Bleu
cher Is built on mod
ern, progressive line
and Is a fitter and a
winner In every re
spect, ' " "
BARGAINS IN TOWELS
Just 100 doz superb Cotton
Huck Towels. Size 18x31 In.
this week at
75c a dozen
READY MADE SHEETS
Excellent Cotton material,
Anchor llrand ready for use '
size 90x90, regular price Me.
BOO on sale this week at .. ..
HANDKERCHIEF BARGAINS !
30 doz. Ladles' Handker
chiefs, embroidered corners. i
This week at
5 cents '
FANBY BORDER Handkerchiefs
CD doz. on sale this week at..
50c a dozen
BLUE SEAL VASELINE
This week, per bottlo
Sale of Hosiery will be ex
tended to this week, same ex
trcmcly low prices prevailing
as during last week
Fred. L. Waldron
P. O. Box 553; TcJ Blue 791; Room
3, HDrcckn's Ilulldlug.
P. H. Burnette
Real Estate and Conveyancing, lnsur
ance and Collection, Notary Public
Room 10, Mclntyre Dullding.
300 PAIRS CURTAINS
from 50 cents a pair up.
The licHt collection In the city nnd much
lower tliuii uhuiiI pricct. for
ONli WliKK ONLY,"
J. H. FISHBR
Stock and Bond Brokers.
j AQENT8 FOR
FIRE ASSOCIATION, of Philadelphia
WESTERN ASSURANCE CO, f X
! Offices Stanoenwald Bldf, M
, chant Street. Tel. Main 361.
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANO.E
I Honolulu, April 30, 1001
NAME OF STOCK
C. Brtwtr ft Conpinjr .
n a 9tcni u u. co.L-i
L B. Int ft Co,, LM
1 HivillanSttttrCo ..
I Honomu urar Co ,
Kahuku Plantation Co
Klpahutu Sufir Co .
Koloa Surtr Co
0h Sunt Co 1.
Ookala Surar Plan Co
tOlaaSu Co.LtJ .at)
OlaaSuCo Lti Mupf
1 Olnwatu Company
raaunau og run .
Pacific Sugar Mill
Ptkfr Si (Mr Co
Plonetr Mill Co
Pfonm Mill Co Asms
Walilua Atrri .
J ootxono '
WjIoim Mill Co
IntM-UtanJ Steam S Co!
Hawaiian tittinc t-o
Hon ParlJ T Jbl. C
Mutual f Iff hone Co
Oahu Rv ft L Co
reopit ice a k t z Co
ririt National Bank
Hawaiian Got $ rer cent
Mito H H Co 0 per cent
Hon Rarll Tranlt
Ewa Plant j t n 6 rr rntl
uanu k ac i. ( per c
Oahu Plantation 6 p. t
Otaa Plantation 6 p,
Walatua Agrlcul 6p c
Sale -Hetween Hoards. 0 Klhcl
4in;i r Klhcl nO.SO. IS Olaa. as
seisable. II SO; 10 Olaa, asse-ssible
2o. C Kwa, $21, aU Mcl!r)ek. ). CO
Hawaiian Commercial, J3S
Dividends C Ilrevver & Co . 1 pet
cf nt: Hvvn, 1 per cent Knbuku 1 pet
cent; Oahu. 1 2 per cent, TValmanalo
per cent, Olovvalu 12 per cent,
Onomen (In San l'ranclsooi 1 pet
cent Hawaiian L"lectrlo Compati) 12
STOOK ANDJOND BROKER.
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE.
Orders for the purchase or salt ot
stocks and bonds carefuly and prompt
ly executed. Loans negotiated
Office Room 401, 4th floor, Stsnssrv
wald Dldg. Postofflce box 380; Tsls-
phone Main 331.
Halstead & Go., Ltd
MONEY ADVANCHD ON SUGAR
921 Fort Street
TEL. MAIN 133.
A. C. LOVEKIN,
'STOCK AND BOND BROKER,
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE.
403 Judd Building.
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