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BEST BICYCLE ?
Years ago this was a debatable question; now the answer
Is slmplo and universally tho same. It consists of the one word
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TRY A BOX. PRICE 25c. '
HONOLULU DRUG STORE, agents.
or P. O. BOX 330.
OF m MIS
San Francisco, April 22. The Impos
sible hns happened again and the long-ago-glven-up-for-lobt
Olivier de Cllsson Is safe after all. Sh
arrived at this port last night, 300 days
from Cardiff. Eighty per cent reinsur
ance has been paid on her, and within
a very few days she would have been
officially posted as missing.
Her voyage has been eventful as well
lengthy. She left Cardiff 301 days ago
with a cargo of coal for this port. Sim
put Into Cayenne August 5 on account
of a mutiny among the crew. The trou.
blc was adjusted and on September 3
she resumed her voyage. Since then
nohtlng has been heard from her.
Since leaving Cayenne three of the
cren died of scurvy. Eight of the crew
are btlll afflicted with the disease.
OFF TO HIT VESSEL
Among the passengers departing for
San Francisco In the Alameda this af
ternoon Is Captain Hosehlll vvho goes to
the Coast to secure a suitable schooner
to go to Marcus Island. W. C. Pea
cock, vvho is one of those Interested In
the enterprise. Is also booked In the
After Becurlng a schooner and mak
ing other necessary arrangements. Cap
tain Kosehlll will bring the vessel to
Honolulu, where she will be fitted out
and manned for the voyage to Marcus.
The Marcus Island Guano Company
has not yet decided whether Captain
Kosehlll Is to make his headquarters on
the Island or whether he Is to command
the vessel which Is to make trips be
tween this port and the guano Island.
This matter will be settled after tho
schooner arrives here.
There is Just tho possibility that Cap
tain Janes, better known ou the water
front as "Stlckeen" of Alaskan gold
, field fame, may accompany Captain
Hosehlll to Marcus Island. Captain
RosehlU's many fi lends In Honolulu
are wishing him all kinds of luck In 'se
curing a suitable schooner for tho
On Tuesday next at 3 p. m., tho
first session of a new pyrography class
will be held In the rooms of the Y. V.
C. A. This claBS which will meet ev
er Tuesday or possibly on every
Tuesday and 'Friday, will be In charge
or Miss Edith King, u sister of Miss
Nettle King, whose work on china, of
which there has recently been an ex
hibition In tho Pacific Hardware Com
pany's rooms. Is well known In this
Miss Edith King arrived in these
Islands about seven weeks ago anil
Intends to mako her permanent resi
dence here. Hho comes from San
Francisco, where her work Is well
known to the cIosscb In pyrryraphy,
water colore, staining wood anil leath
er and appllquo work. Some of her
work has alieady been seen In this
c'ty, aa she sent a number of pieces
over hero last Christmas, which were
exhlbltediat the Pacific Hardware.
(Continued rrom page 1.)
Saturday and Monday by the members
of the lodgo and the Temple will be
transformed into a perfect bower of
Only Masons and their families will
lie present at Die anniversary .
However generous tho maid.
You may be certain that
When EaBter Sunday comes around
She will not pass the hat.
"I have a feeling that the devil Is
present In this meeting today," said
"Amen!" cried nn old brother from
a far corner. "You'vo got him In close
quarters. Lock the doofs and glvo him
where ho came from." Atlanta Constitution.
THEY NEVER GOME BACK!
Yee Hop, the Chinese butcher who
does business at tho corner of Here-
tanla and Alakea streets, appeared In
the Police Court this forenoon on tho
charge of common nuisance. He was
I represented by Judge Stanley while the
side of the government was attended
.to by Deputy Sheriff Chllllngworth.
Yee Hop was charged with having a
J cesspool on his I'auoa place which for
a long time, has been sending Its foul
, contents into the I'auoa stream to the.
menace of the public health. He was
warned several times by Sanitary OftV
rer Tracy but Yee Hop persisted In
putting the authorities off. He was
Anally arrested and Immediately this
was done, he ran to the Public Works
t Department and had the cesspool
I pumped out.
The defendant got somewhat mixed
on the witness stand. Among other
startling announcements, he said the
( esspool had not filled up for a whole
1 year and that It had not been pumped
! out during that time until yesterday.
However, within twenty-four, it had
filled up again. The prosecution could
not have secured any better testimony.
Yee Hop was fined $23 and costs. An
appeal was noted.
Washington, April 21. Captain Jos
1) Coghlan was today appointed Heat
Admiral by President Roosevelt.
(.i-ptaln Coghlan was only a few
Jujs ago pardoned by the President
for t letter he wrote to a superior of.
fl("r early in his naval career, by
v.hlcli he lost eleven numbers In his
Ernde. As one of the captains with
Hevcy at Manila, Coghlan made up a
part ol the lost ground, '.ml on account
of conspicuously meritorious service
1-fesldcnt Itoosevelt removed tho re
maining barriers to his becoming a
Rear Admiral Immediately.
Crphlan Is a naval officer of about
forty yeare' experience, and has been
(list'ngulshed for his ability and brav
t'ry. He has been unfortunate several
tlmca In Incurring the displeasure ot
thf department, beginning with the
letter "which caused the loss of eleven
numbers to him. The comment which
hla-riltlclsms of the attitude of tho
irmans nt the time of the battle of
Mai.lla bay and the famous "Hoch der
Knlser" song, which roused Emperor
William's wrath against him, are still
fn sh In the public mind. In Justice
to Coghlan, however, 11 Is to be said
that l.e was considerably misrepre
sented In these Incident.).
Ccghlan was burn in Kentucky In
1S45. Ho graduated from Annapolis
Just befoie the Civil vVar. and, enter
ing the Rebellion as an Ensign, serv
er1 with distinction In the Federal na
vy. Since then he has been engaged
In i wide vail.-ty of duties at home
M STORE FOR
San Francisco, April 23. That tho
eyes of the great financiers and mer
chant princes of the Eastern States
are longingly turned toward tho op
portunities offered by San Francisco
loi profitable Investment Is onco
more demonstrated by tho determina
tion of John Wanamaker to open an
establishment In this city that will ri
val his magnificent Philadelphia and
New York stores.
Wanamaker has already signed tho
Icaso for the basement and first tvvn
floors of tho new and Imposing build
Ing which Is being erected by J. C.
Flood on the slto whore onco stood
the Ualdvvin Hotel, nt tho corner ol
Market and Powell streets.
"I can't understand," Bald Erapcrot
William, as ho perused his. brother's
note book. "Uetwctn New York and
Chlcaco Voil hnvn iinteil ilnivn'nnthtna
but commas. What aro the commas?"
"Short stops!" chuckled Prlnco Hen
ry. Washington Star.
Julia Ward Howe, author of "The
Rattle Hymn of tho Republic," has
been honored with a diploma from the
Dante Society of Rome.
Washington, April 23. ny order of
the President. General Funston has
been directed to cease further discus
sion of public questions .
The President has telegraphed Gen
eral Funston not to speak at the Mid
dlesex banquet In tloston.
Denver, Colo., April 23. To a rep
resentative of the Associated Press
General Funston said, with reference
to the statement from Washington that
the President had directed him fFuns
ton) to cease further discussion of pub
lic questions, that he had not as yet
received and suih order from Washing
ton. Continuing the conversation tho
General said that In future his public
utterances would be free of any refer
ence to the Philippines, Intimating that
the published reports of his speeches
were as a rule full ot misstatement
and very badly garbled.
mm mi for
Finally cricket has awakened from
Its slumbers, the time for the first game
has been set and on Saturday afternoon
at 2:30 o'clock, the Maklkl grounds
will again be enlivened by the presence
of cricket flannels .
For some time cricket talk has been
In the air In the. local cricket circles.
Someone dropped a word about cricket,
another picked it up and the rapidly
approaching 1st of May, which from
time Immemorial has been the date for
the opening of the cricket season, stir
red up the enthusiasts so that when tho
veteran captain "Stonewall" Jordan Is
sued the call for the clans to gather on
Saturday, word was sent from players
In all corners ot the city that they
would be ready on the field Saturday at
Among the players who will turn out
this season and who will appear on the
field on Saturday are the following: It
A. Jordan, captain; II. L. Herbert, Rob
ert Anderson, L. A. C. Parish, Leopold
Ularkman, Percy Morse, Archie Guild,
Q. C. McGill, Thos. Gill, von de Hyde,
J. W. Waldron, H. McKay Harrison,
Rev. V. H. Kltcat, J. I.. Uutt, S. Heard
more, A. R. Hatfield, J, Cockburn, D.
W. Anderson, J. W. Harvey, A, F.
Miles, A. Pllanata, F. II. O. Seymour,
M. Mclntyre, D. Mclntyre, Fred. Young,
M. Jumlesun, Prlnco David, Ahlo and
probably several others who have nut
been communicated with yet.
Vlggo Jarobsen, who in past seasons
has been kept the scores, will render
his valuable services In this line this
On tho field Saturday arrangements
are to be made for the annual meeting
of the league when arrangements nrc to
be made for the coming season.
No teams have yet been picked to
play this coming Saturday but Captain
Jordan Intends to choose a committee
which will pick two teams from the
list ot players.
The following Is a corrected list ot
officers and directors of the llullders &
Traders' Exchange elected last week;
President, A. Gartley, manager Ha
waiian Electric Co.
First Vice President, W. W. Hall,
president E. O. Hall & Son, Ltd.
Second Vice President. F. W. Hoards-
lee. of Reardslee & Page.
Treasurer. Robert Cation, nresident
Catton. Nell Co.
Directors to servo until January.
J. H. Craig, Master llullders' Asso
ciation. W. W. Harris, vice president Levers
L. E. Plnkham. treasurer and man-
nger Pacific Hardware Co.
G. F. Hush, manager sales depart
ment. Honolulu Iron Works .
A. Harrison, president A. Harrison
Directors to serve until January,
F. J .Amweg; manager Hawaiian En
glneerlng & Construction Co.
T. F. Osborne, manairer Concrete
Construction Co., Ltd.
James Noll Jr., Master Plumbers' As
C. A .Lowls, Master Painters.
Guy Owens, .Master Electricians.
President Gartley bus called u meet
ing of the board for Frldnv ovenlni? ni
7:45 for nurnoses of aienni7iitlnn n,,,i
for the transaction of any other busi
ness that may be brought up. He has
also announced the following standing
Membership J. H. Craig, James Nott
Jr., C. A. Lewis, Guy Owens and A.
Rooms A. Harrison, F. J, Amweg,
J. H. Craig, James Notl Jr. and Guy
Arbitration T, F. Osborn, C. ft.
Lewis, L. E. Plnkham, O. F. Rush and
A, Harrison .
Finance L. E. Plnkham, F. J, Am
weg. T. F. Osborn, J. H. Crafg and W.
Legislative P. J .Amweg, W. W.
Harris, Jas. Nott Jr., L. E. Plnkham
and Q. F. Rush.
HA8EUALL SEASOV TICKBTH.
The management of the Rasehall
Li-ague Is getting out an elaborate
Siason ticket which Is good for all the
tvventy-tlirei! days, or fortv-flvo
gumes ot tho coming Benson. Thcso, i
ns well ns tho tickets for tho single
gamo on Saturday, will bo for salo
Filday morning by tho offlcors of tho
league tho managers or tho various
ttams composing tho Icagu'o and at
the Orphoum box olflco. Tho prlco for
a season ticket Is 3. Tickets for sin
gle days, on each of which two games
will be played, will bo 25 cents.
Read the Bulletin. $1 per year.
5 mJ -I
Hotlir ' Ml J ' S t ):
II II I
TlHtJljr t ! l 9 to J It
VfttBtttty )0 9 si i 4 to ' t)
I ii C4 l j'n 41 $ eo.
. .ii ii t j.
I c! t.4 oe( ill
I 41 jl.tj 0 s I ot
I II 1,1 I 41 4J
Last quarter of the moon on the
30th at 12:2$ p. m.
Tides from the United States Coast
and Geodetic Survey Tables.
The tides at Kaliulul anu Hllo occur
about an hour earlier iban at Ho
nolulu. Weather Uurcau, Punahou, April 29.
Temperature Morning minimum
C8; Midday maximum, 79 .
Barometer at 9 a. m. 30.01. Rising.
Rainfall 0.00 .
Dew Point -2F.
Humidity at 9 a. m, C4 per cent.
Tuesday, April 29.
P. M. S. S. China. Frlele. from Sac
Franrlico (April 23, 1 p. m.); docked
nt 4 m. at P. M. wharf.
Am. bk. Haydn Drown, Asplund, 82
days irom Newcastle, wltu" coal; at
4 p. m.
Wednesday, April 30.
A.-li S. S. Alaskan, Uanfleld, 9 days
from Pan Francisco, at 2 p. m .
Str. Mlkahala, Gregory, from 'Koloa,
at 4:41 a. m., with 3900 bags of sugar.
Str. WaUIcale, Plltz, from Anahola,
at C:2i a. m., with 3400 bags of sugar.
Tuesday, April 29.
Stmr. Claudlne, Parker, for Maul
ports, at 5 p. m.
Stmr I.ehua, Naopala, for Mololtal
ports, at 5 p. m.
Stmr. W. O. Hall, S. Thompson, for
Kauai ports, at b p. m,
Stmr Niihau, W. Thompson, for
Eleele nnd Hanapepe, at 5 p. ra.
Schr Ada, Nelson, for Hanalei ant'
Knlthlwal, at 5 p. ra.
Schr Kavvailanl, Moses, for wind
ward Oahu ports, at 4 p. m.
Gas. schr. Eclipse. Townsend, fol
Hawaii and Maul ports, at 5 p, in.
Wednesday, April 30.
P. M S. 8. China. Frlele, for thu
Orient, at 2 p. m.
O. S S. Alameda. Harrlman. foi
San Francisco, with mall nnd passen
gers, from Oceanic wharf, at 4 o'clock.
From Koloa. per str. Mlkahala, April
30 Miss Anna Rlackstadt, A. E. Todd,
Dr. Wilkinson, Tan Kal. Mrs. Ham See,
J. J. Sllvo, Rlshop ot Panopolls and 29
From San Francisco, per P. M. S. S.
Chlnn, April 29. For Honolulu John
Harrett, A. Rlom, E. L. CoIlInB, W.
P. Davis, II. S. Godrrey. Mrs. it. 8.
Godfrey, Miss E, A. Halstead, Theo
dore Hardee, Mrs. W. F. llcrrln, son
and maid; Miss K. Herrln, MIbs A.
Hirrin. E. P. O'Rrlen, J. A. Palmer,
Mrs. J. A. Pajmer, Mrs. II. Peters,
M. T. Prosser, Mrs. M. F. Prosser,
F. J. Settelee, F. W. Teylor, Mrs. P.
Van Cllef, Captain M. R. Walters, O,
P; Wilder. For Yokohama Mrs. C.
A Hamilton, Mrs. Livingston Hunt,
son and governess; Miss A. Luetcb
ford. A. V, Mosselman, K. Okura, S.
Otsulta. E. Yoshitake. For Nagasaki
Jerome Alexandre. For Shanghai
Rev. C. G. McDanlel and wife, Mrs.
A. P. Lowrle. For Hongkong P. H.
llrundult, Edgar Cockell, M. H. Cog
geshall, J. M. Dohcrty, Miss M. F.
Durphy. H. Londoner, 11. H. Robin
son, Rev. W. A. Sharp, Mrs. W. A.
Sharp and two children. T. A. Shaw.
Mrs. T. A. Shaw, Louis Tarlas. Stop
overs for Honolulu Mrs. C. A. Ham
ilton, Louis Tartas and Miss A Lu
For ihe Orient, per P. M. S. S. Chi
nu, April 30. Mis A. Rates, .Miss E.
Fox-Strangwavs, Arthur Lewis, Jas
For .Maul ports, per stmr. Claudlne.
Apill .'9. Mrs. S. E. llalley, G. H.
Paul, (1. E. Murray. Mrs. H. N. Ly.
man, J. S Ralston, .Mrs. J. dishing
ham and son. Father Stephen. Mrs. B.
K. Holsteln nnd child, Charles H. LI
nnholii Henry Copp, 8. V Palmer, II
Howell. Rev. J. K. losepa.wlfe and
three 'hlldren; .Mrs. L. Jos'hua and
For Kauai ports, per stmr. W. G.
Hall, prll 29. J. Hogg and friend
Miss .Mary Rice. G. F. Winter. J. J.
Sulllun, Dr. Goodhue, Mrs. A. Per
relrn, Mrs. II. K. Anahu, W. A. Urown
For San Francisco, 'per O. S. S.
Alameda, sailing this atternoon at 4
o'clocl, John Burgess, Mrs. Scrlpps,
Miss Scrlpps, Mrs, J, J. Nott and
daughter. II. A. Allen, wife and child;
Mrs. E. Field. Miss Hawley, Mary
iieniiani, J. R. Schroder, H. A. Wido
mann, W. Pierson, W. 3. Words
worth, MIsb Sargent, Miss Goodnll, Ed
wlr, Goodall and wife. Miss Berry, Mist
Martlu Berry, Harry Evans and son,
Captain Win. Ott. A. W. S. Cochran,
H.J. Croft, A. M. Scott, T. W. Car
tcr and wife. C. V. Grlmwood ant
wife, Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Wilcox, II.
Wateriiouse. J. H. Love. Mrs. F.
Love an dtwo Hoogs children: Mlei
Butkl.-. W. C Peneock and wife,
Miss Peacock, W. "Wldomnnn. Captain
Johnson, Mrs. Dr. KTchols and twe
chlldii-n. Mth. c. J. Tititchlns Ynni
(laugher, E. R. Dart. J. L. Rosin, W
F. Iluit and wile. O. E. Moorn am
wife. Mrs. II. Evans and child, J. F.
I lac kf -Id, Miss Landegon, Co). Cham
borlalu nnd wife.' Mrs. Randall, Mist
HartUch, M. 8. (Irinbaum and wife
Miss :iary Alexander. Miss (1. Cooke,
Miss ilcLpan, Miss E. Sturgeon, Col
Spalding, A. Weill, M. C. Pacheco
Jas. Hutchinson, II. II. Scovllle, Mr
and Mrff. F. O. Maltland, A. F. Brown
Robert A. Scott.
W. & M Ltd. I W. &
NEW GOODS IN ALL LINES
OF THE GROCERY TRADE
PER S. S. ALAMEDA : :
SALTERS' GROCERY STORE
Fort Street, above Beretanta.
PIANO TAUGHT by graduate Lelpslc
Conservatory. $5 month; special at
tention to adult beginners. Address
"Music," Bulletin office. 2133-lm
Sealed Tenders will bo received by
the Superintendent of Public Works
until 12 m. of Tuesday May 20th. 19U2.
foi. laying G-lnch. 8-Inch nnd 10-Inch
water pipe In Walanuenue and Front
Specifications on file in office of Su
perintendent of Pulillc Works, Hono
lulu; also In office of E. E. Richards,
Agent Public Works. Hllo. The Su
perintendent reserves the right to re
ject any or all bldd
JAMES H. BOYD.
Superintendent of Public Works.
Gomes & McTigfie
All the finest liquors In stock
at our place. Telephone orders
Goriies & McTiglie
PIONE MAIN 140.
wall paper !
The prettiest and swellest of
moderately priced wall papers.
Very handsomo with applique
We havo every shade under
the sun lu Ingrain Papers, and
all the now Art Kouveaus.
Gveryouti luvlted to seo-tho
LEWERS & COOKE,
AN HOUR IN THE MORNING
THE 8AME HOUR EVERY (viORNINQ
or afternoon, given to dictation, will
keep your corrospondonc "cleaned
up." Try It a month.
i. D. AVERY, Business Correspondent
Reaularltyl Certainty Desoatchl
I fictm!ilNlilJ whiskies,
fetotru ruj , wine;
Tel. Main 76. 95:45. Elite Dldj.
M., Ltd. W. & M., Ltd. .
Short Lengths of
Silks, Ribbons, Linings, Calicoes,
Ginghams, Linens, White Goods
Laces and Embroideries,
at prices representing not 1-2 of cost.
MAY 8 to 26, I902
A Mef Seaftou of t iwforniaiict only
ami firtt appearance tin lluuululu o! the
eminent actor Mr
and his distintiuMicH nrcanlxalion, ulto
will present the lultuwliig ilauk and
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,
Pi-oarnm for other performances w 111 I
Complete Scenic productions,
Armor, Costumes, Etc., Special
ly Brought for Each Play.
Scale of Prices Entire Lower
Floor, $1.50; Family Circle, $1;
Loges, $10; Boxes, $15.
Season Sale Now Open at
Wall, Nichols Co. Regular Sale
of Seats May 1st.
Seat urde red tiv Mall or Telephone Mill
he laid aside In the order rvt-ehed, hut
none uill he held after May I
nvery evening during the week except
Tho Great Success
The American Girl
With Now Specialties.
FRIDAY and SATURDAY
MATINEE SATURDAY AFTERNOON
THE AMERICAN GIRL
O-pheura Popular Prices 25c, 50c, 75c
aiatineu I'UICKS 15c and 25c.
ProtcHt of the Cobden Club.
London, April 21. Tho Cobden Club
has Issued a manifesto, signed by
Lord Wolby, vigorously protesting
against tho Imposition of the corn du
tics. The manifesto sets forth that
such Imposition would Inaugurate a
policy of protection and undo tho
great work of Peel and Gladstone It
urges that tho proposals bo contested
at every step.
65 Queen St.
ON THURSDAY, -MAY I
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.
At my salesroom, 6G Queen street, I
will sell at Public Auction, the follow,
lng guns, all In good condition:
1 22 cnl. Winchester.
1 30-40 cal. Winchester.
1 32-40 cal. Winchester. :
1 45-70 cal. Winchester.
1 32 S. & W. Revolver. "
1 38 S. & W. Revolver.
1 Guitar. j
' ' r
JAS. F. MORGAN, I
GRAND AUCTION SALE
On THURSDAY, MAY I,
AT 111 O'CLOCK A. M,
At my salesroom, G5 Queen street, I
will sell 'at Public Auction, a very
l.irgo quantity of fresh canned gror
eiles. In the very best of good order,
Canned Corned Beef,
Frankfurter Sausage, Deviled Ham,
Salmon In tins, Pork Sausage,
Corn Starch, Laundry Starch,
Tried Qrecn Pens, Sugar Peas,
Laundry Soap. Canned Oysters,
Jams, Jellies, Tnblo Pears,
Table Peaches, Tnblo Apricots,
Tablo Grapes, Tablo Pineapples and
We guarantco these goods and tho
talc should be attended.
JAS. F. MORGAN.
On Thursday, Friday and Saturday,
May 1st, 2d and 3d, at 10, o'clock a. m.
and 2 o'clock p. m. on eich day
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO.,
Corner Merchant and Fort streets, tha
entire assortment of tho works of nrt
MR. THEODORE WORES
111 bo disposed of at Public Sale.
All reserve prices havo been romov
oil. oxcept on a vory fow of tho larger
rnd rarer pictures, on which Ihe limits
liovo been lowered.
MR. WORKS has an established
reputation In thcso Islands as an ar
tist of raro skill, nnd tho sale should
thereore havo a largo attendance.
Pictures on view on thrco days pre
Jos. F. Morgan,
Office To Let.
Largo front offlco In Lovo building.
A flno offlco; rent 15 month.
Joh. F. Morgan,
05 QUEEN 8TRBHT.
COTTAGE on Emma Squaro, 3 bed
rooms, parlor, dining room, pantry,
kitchen and bath. Ront 140 per
month. Apply to Jas. F, Morgan, 65
TWO 8TORY HOUSE In the Mc
Carthy tract, Derotanla street, be
tween Pllkol and Koeaumoku streets.
JAS. F. MORGAN.
65 Queep St