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WHAT IS THE
BEST BICYCLE ?
Yenrs ago this was a debatable question; now ttic inwer
Is simple and universally the same It consists of the one word
There Is no wheel to equal the COLUMBIA CHAINLESS
In durability, ease and lool.s. Kitted with coaster brake, cmh
ion frame, choice of tires, pedals and gear, the wheel Is perfect.
$85 BUYS ONE
E. O. HALL & SON, Ltd;
EHLERS BLOCK, FORT STREET.
Treasury Department, Office of Com-,
mMoner of Internal rtecnuc.
Washington, P. C. April 10. 100.'
To Collectors nnd other Office! s of
Your attention Is called to the act
of Anril 12. 1902, entitled "An Act to
repeal war levenue taxation, ami ioi
All-or mil nnrpa." Which Is lirlilted be-
otter pin potest,
which Is printed be
j. w. Yiniuns,
An Act to Repeal War Revenue Taxa-
tlon, and for other Purposes. I sixty d.is after July 1st l'.io2; and
He, It enacted by the Senato and . ,aim H,a Pe nUiiuvd ,. ,ilaw
Hiuse of Representatives of the Unit ibid, paid Tor a less amount than ten
cd States of America In Congress ni (.ini-s. Il shall be the tint) or the
srmblcd. That section 1 of the Act en Commissioner of Internal Revenue
titled "An Act to piovldo wajs and m, ,u. approval of the Secretary ol
moans to meet war expenditures, and ,i, Tieasury, to mtopt such rules and
for othoi purposes.- nppioved June u (millions and to piescrlbe and fur
13th. ISM. as amended by the Act iif'mH, ut, blanks and forms as may hi
March 2d. 1901. entitled "An Act to ,u.rPaary to cuiry this section Inte
amend an Aet entitled "An Act to pro , ffrt-rt.
vide wa and means to meet war ex-, . T)at 4 of Ap
pcdltures and for other pi.rpo.es. , ,
,,u.e-.. .....v 4 o-. .-
mire uiuiuu iiivifiiuurt, m-. imu I
rtreuy. iiiriner nmeumMi ho as m
read as follows: i
Unntlun 1 Tliot tlw.r. ulinlT hn I
paid on all h"er. lager beer. ale. por
ter, and other similar fermented
liquor, brewed or nianufncttiH'd and
sold, or stored In warehouse, or to
moved for consumption or sale, with
in the United States, by whatevei
BMiie such liquors may be called. In
lieu of the tax now Imposed by law-, n
tax of one dollar for every barrel (ou
tlining not moie than thirty-one gal
lons: and nt a like rate for any othei
quantity or for any fractional part ol
a hatred, as authorized and defined by
, section 3131 of the Revised Statutes
f.f the United States- Provided. That
in Hen of or in addition to the present
requirements of law in that respect
all stamps use-d for denoting the tax
uron fermented liquors or other taxes
may. In the discretion of the Cotnmls
sloner of Internal Revenue', be cancel
id by perforations to be made in such
manner nnd form as the Commission
cr may. by regulations, prescribe."
Sec. l'. That section 'J of said Act
of June 13th. 1S9S, and all amend
ments thereof, aro hereby repealed.
Sec. 3. That section 3 or said Act
and amendments theie-of be amended
lo read as follows:
"Sec. 3. That upon tobacco and
snuff manufactured and sold or re
moved for consumption or lib, there
shall bo levied nnd collected, In lieu
of tho tax now Imposed by law, the
"On snuff, manufactured of tobacec
cr any substitute for tobacco, ground,
dry, damp, pickled, hcented. or other
iise, of all dosctlptlous, when pre
pared for use, u tax of C cents pel
round. Ami kiiuff-tlour, when sold, or
removed for use or consumption, shall
Le taxed as snuff, and shall lie put up
In packages and stamped in the same
wanner as snuff.
"On all chewing nnd smoking to
bncco, lino cut. cavendish, plug, oi
twist, cut or giunuluted of every dp
scilptton; on tobacco twisted by hand
or reduced Into a condition to be con
Mimed, or In any manner other than
the ordinary mode of drying and cur
Ing. prepared for sale or consumption
even If prepared without the use of
auy machine or Instrument, nnd with
out being piessed or sweetened, nnd
on all flne-cut shorts nnd refuse
ternps, clippings, cuttlugs, and sweep
ings of tobacco, a tax of u cents per
"That the Internal rovenuo tax on
cipan, or cigarettes weighing more
than three pounds per thousand shal',
bo three dollars per thousand; and
lax on cigars weighing not more than
three pounds per thousand shall be
IS cents per pound, nnd on cigarettes
weighing not more than three pounds
1 cr thousand and of a wholesalo value
or prlco of not more than two dollars
per thousand shall bo 18 cents pel
pound; and tho tax on cigarettes
weighing not moro than three pounde
per thousand and of a wholesale valua
e r price of moro than two dollarB per
thoutnnd shall bo thirty-six cents pet
pound; nnd all such cigars and clgnr
cttes weighing not moio than thrcu
pounds per thousand shall, for pur
poses of taxation, bo held and consld'
ired as weighing tureo pounds
"That In addition to the packager
of smoking tobacco and snuff now au
thorized by law thero shall bo pack
agon of ono nnd two-thirds ounces,
(wo ounces, two and ono-half ounces,
three ounces, threo and onu-tlilid
ouncps, and four ounces; nnd there
mny bo a package containing one
cm n co or smoking tobacco."
Sec. 4. That on all original and un
broken factory packages of smoking
and manufactured tobacco and snuff
innmifncttircis or dealers on
19u2, upon which there liar
leen paid a higher tax than that pio
tided for In the picicdtng section ol
this Ait. there, shall be nllowed u
diuuhnck or rebnte equal to the fill
amount of the dlflcionee between
hUC, ,Rher tax nnd the tax Imiiofed
i tliln Act. after making the propel i
nllimiltlro Ini ,11a, nuntu nn.l ,-l. ..,,.. '
allowance lor dlsiounts nnd rebatcr
luietolore nuthoilzed, but the same
La., not ai.pl; In any ease whe.e ihi I
,iann has not
been presented within I
s,.tli ,. T,mt ,.,,, ; t)( 1lu
,!n no 13lh, isas.
be amended t
'lend ns follows:
"Sec .". That until nppioprlatu
are prepaied and furnlshe-d.
the stamps heretofore ued to denote
he payment of the Internal leveiiiu
tux on fermented liquors, tobacco and
snuff may be stumped or Imprinted
with a suitable device to denote the
new- inte of tax. and shall bu affixed
to alt packages containing such nr
licles on which the tax Imposed by
thls Act Ik paid. And nny person hav
ing possession of unnfflxed stoning
licietoforc Issued for the payment of
the tax upon fermented liquors, tobae
10 and snuffs shall present the sami'
tu the collector of tho disTiId, whe
shall H'celve them nt the price pale'
for such stamps by the purchasers and
lohiie In lieu thereof new- or Impilnted
Blnmps at the rate provided by thli
Sec. 7. That section I of said Ac
ol March 2d. IflOl, and sections 0. 12
Ii, 20. 21. 22. 23. 24, 23. Schedule A
Schedule II, sections 27. 28 nnd 29 ol
tho Act of Junu 13th, 1S0S, and all
amendments of said bectlons anil
sc hediiles be, nnd the same aro here
1 .. repealed.
See. 8. That all taxes or duties Im
posed by section 1'J of tint Act ol
.Inn" 13th. 189S, nnd nincnctmcnu
tleieor. prior to the taking effect ol
this Act. shall be subject ns to Hen.
charge, collection and otherwise, tc
the piovlslons of section 3u of sali
Act of June Uth. 1S9S. and amend
ments thereof, which are hereby con
tinued In force, ns follows:
"Sec. 30. That the- tax oi duty
afoiesaid shall bo duo ami puviible Ir
one enr after the dettti of the tcBta
tor and shall be n lien and charge up
on the pioperty of every pot son whe
n.nj die as aloresald for twenty )ears
ot until the same shall, v. '.thin that po
ilotl. be lully paid to and dlschaigei'
by the United States; nnd evety ex
ec litor, administrator, or ti listen hav
lilt. In charge or trust any legacy oi
distributive shuie. at aloresald. shall
give uotlci' thereof. In writing, to the
collector or deputy collector of the
c'.lhtikt -Aliere the deceased ginntor
oi Imrgalnt'i last resided within Ihlr
t daB niter he shall have taken
chin go or such trust, and every exec
utor, administrator or trustee, before
payment and distribution to the lega
tees, or any parties entitled to benefl
ciul Interest therein, shnll pay to the
collector or deputy collector of tliu dis
trict of which the deceased person was
a resident, or In which tho property
was located In case of nonresidents,
the amount of such legacy or distribu
tive share, together with tho amount
of duty which lias accrued, or shall
aectuo, thereon, verified by his oath
or affirmation to ho atlmlnistercd and
certified thereon by Homo muglstrnte
cr officer having lawful power to ad
minister such oaths, In such form and
manner as may bo prescribed by the
Commissioner of Internal Ttovenuo
which schedule, list or stntement shall
contain tho names of each and every
person ontltled to any beneficial Inler
est theieln, together with tho clear
value of such Interest, the" uiipllcato
or which schedule, Hbt or statement
BI n" uo ,,v '''" Immediately deliver
". i"l 'ho tax tlieieon paid to sucl
I collcetoi , nnd upon such payment and
delivery or sucli schedule, list o
Htatoment snld collector or deputy col
lector shall grant to such person pay
I S such duty or tax a receipt or ro
celpts for tho snmo In duplicate,
which thall bo prepared as hcrclnaft
er provided. Such receipt or receipts
duly signed and delivered by such col'
lector or doputy collector shall be
sufficient evidence to cntltlo such ox
ecutor, administrator or trustee to bt
treillted and allowed Mich payment by
every tribunal which, by the laws of
any State or Territory, Is, or may be,
empowered to decide upon nnd settle
the accounts ol executors nnd admin
istrators. And In caso such executor
administrator, or trustee shall refuse
rr neglect to pay the .aforetjild duty
or tax to tho collector or deputy col
lector, as aforesaid, within tho tlmo
heielnbefcire provided, or shall neg
led or refuse to deliver to said collect
or or deputy collector tho duplicate of
the schedule list, or statement of such
legacies, property or personal estate
under oath, as aforesaid, or shall neg
lect or refuse to deliver the schedule,
list or statement of such legacies,
property or personal estate, undei
oath, as aforesaid, or shall cTcllver tc
said, collector or deputy collector a
felse schedule or statement of such
Ugacles, property or personal estate,
or gles the names and relationship of
the pci sons entitled to beneficial In
terests therein untruly, or shnll not
truly and correctly set forth and statf
therein the clear value of such bene
rlclal Interest, or whero no admlnln
tintlon upon such property or person
ul estntn shall lime been granted or
allowed under existing laws, the rol
lector or deputy collector shall make
out such lists and vnluatlon as'ln oth
er cases of negect or refusal, and
shall assess tho duty thereon; and
tho collector shall commence appro
pi late proceedings before any comt
cf the United States, In the namo ol
tho United States, against such per
son or persons nH may have the act
iial or constructive custody or posses
slon of such piopetty or peisonal es
tate, or any part thereof, and shal
subject suih pioperty or personal es
tate, or any portion of tho same, tc
be sold upon the Judgment or decree
ct such mini, nnd fiom tho proceeds
ol such sale tho amount of such tnx
or duly, together with all costs am
of every description to be
allowed b) such court, shall bo firs
"f aB,I11l,,c ,?la,"t"' " ?ny ''"'i'
'" """ "' .-"- ' "
vmiil, II' I'C I Ml HI lltlUVl 1LB UIIVIUUI
to such person or poisons as shall cs
tabllsh title to tho same. The deei
or deeds, or any oroper conveyance ol
such property or personal estate, or
any portion thereof, so sold undei
such Judgment or decree, executed
by the oflrer lawfully charged with
carding the samu Into effect, shall
vest In the purchaser thereof all the
title of the delinquent to the proper!)
oi personal estate sold under and bv
v lituc of such Judgment or decree
and shnll release every other portloii
ol such property or personal estate
fiom the lien or charge thereon crcat
ed by this Act. And every person oi
persons who shall have In his ponses
slon c hnrge, or custody nny record
die or paper containing, or supposed
lo contain, any Information concern
Ing such property or personal estate
an afoiesaid, passing from nny person
who may die, as aforesaid, shall ex
blblt the same at the request of tlm
collector or deputy collector of the
dlstilct. and to uny law ofTlcer of the
United States, In tho perrormanco o
Ids duty under this Act, bis deputy oi
afent, who mny desire to examine the
same. And It any such person, hav
ing In his possession, charge or cus
tody any such lecords, files or papers
shall lefnse or neglect to exhibit the
same uu request, as aforesaid, he shall
forfeit and pay tho sum of five hun
died dollars: Provided, Tint in alt le
gat controvei8les whero such deed o
title shiiU' be the subject of Judlcln
Investigation, the recital In said deei
shall be prima taelo evidence of iti
truth, and that the requirements of
the law had been compiled with by
the offlceis of the Government: And
provided filither. That In case of will
till neglect, refusal or false statement
by such executor, administrator or
tiustee. as aforesaid, he shall be lia
ble to a penalty of not exceeding one
thousand dollars, to be recovered
with costs of suit. Any tax paid tin
del the piovlslons ot section 2D and 3'
shnll be deducted fiom tho particular
legacy or distributive share on ac
couut of which tho samu is charged.
Sec. fli That section 33 of said Act
of June 13th, 1S98, and the amend
(rents thereof, he amended so as tc
irad as follows
"Sec. 33. That for the purposes o
this Act. the words 'mixed Hour' shall
Le taken and construed to mean the
Icod product resulting from the grind
Ing or mixing together of whent, o.
wheat Hour, as the pilnelpal ciinstitu
cut In quantity, with any other gialii.
ui the pioduct of an) other grain, in
other material, except such ma'erlal
and not tho pioduct of any grain, a1
la commonly used for baking pur
poses? Provided, That when the prod
net resulting from the grinding or mix
ing together of wheat flour with an)
othor grain, or the product of nny
other grain, of which wheat or wheat
flour Is not the principal constlluint
nt. specified In the foregoing defini
tion, Is Intended for sale, or Is sold,
oi offered for sale as wheat flour,
such product shall ho held to be mixed
flour within the meaning of this Act."
Sec, 10. That section 50 of the
Act of Juno 13th, 1898, be repealed, to
take effect January 1st, 1903.
Sec. 11. That this Act, except as
otherwise specially provided for In
tho preceding section, shall take ef
fect July let, 1902.
Approved, Apill 12, 1902.
Our Soda Water
Clnfjcr Ale, Crcum Soda,
Strawberry, Orange Cider,
Kola, Dlrch Beer, Root Beer,
Apple Cider, Kornel,
' Sareaparllla and Iron.
Delivered promptly nnyvvhero
nnd o.irywheio In the city.
Telephone Main 71.
Works CO! Fort St.
Soda Water Voiks Co,, Ltd,
Weather Iluieau, Punahou, May 1.
T mpernture Morning minimum,
CS; Midday maximum, 78,
llarometer at 9 a. m, 30.04. Rising.
Hew Point 63F.
Humidity at 9 a. m. 60 per cent.
Diamond Head Signal Station, May
1. Weather cloudy; wind light NE.
WedneHpy, April 30.
Stmr. Jllkahala, Gregory, from Ka
uai ports, with 3900 bags sugar and 3S
Thursday, May 1,
Stmr. Lehua, Napala, from Molokal
imd Maul ports.
Stmr. Iwalanl, Oreene. from liana-
maulii, st r, a. m., with 4i2U hags of
Wednesday, April 30.
9chr. I.ady, Mokl. for Koolau porta.
Schr. Malolo, for Koolau ports.
S. S. Alameda, llerrlman, for San
Am. bk. Edward May, Hanson, for
Thursday, May 1.
U. 9 A. T. Crook, Wnlcott, for Ma
t.lla. at 5-30 a. m.
Am. bkt. Planter, Chase, for San
Francisco, at IS a, in.
Stmr. l.ehua, Napala, for Maul and
.Mololat ports, at S p. m.
Htwr. Mlkahala. Gregory, for Eleole,
Mnttawcll, Walmoa nnd Keltalm, for
Kotos, pasteugers onl; nt C p. m.
Stni. Kauai. Drulin, for I'linalitu
and rahnln. at 5 p. m.
Stn r James Makee, Tiillett, for Ka
ina, ut I i. in.
Stn i. Maul. Bennett, for Paauhnu
Kuka an Ooknla Loupnhoehoo an
I'apa. l.iu ut ii p. m.
A i banning reception was given last
Ti:cs lay afternoon at Knllona. Wal
MM. by .Mis. Marie Klolse Williams.
.irs. If A. Castle-Coleman nnd Mrs
I'cnjimln Lodge ilnr.x to meet Dr
nnd .Mrs. Albeit B. Clark, who have
just lately returned to these Islnnds
and who Intend to make their perma
ti"nt lesldenfe here.
Tl" presentation took place In the
hallway lending through the
, the ladles giving the reception
.itri'iluclng the guests to Dr. nnd
Mis Clark, assisted b) .Mrs. Hawes
and Mr. George Castle.
Passing through the hall the guests
reac 'led the garden facing the sea
wheie the beautiful beach scenery
coul I be comfortably enjoyed In the
gentle cool breeze which wafted In
On the lawn, numerous tables wer
placed on which Ice cream and lemon
ndo were served by young girls.
Society turned out In full force and
dr.ilng the hours from 4 till C:30, din
ing which the reception lasted, the
house and garden were well filled with
' ieo)le who came to greet the guestf
(IIIoE FJH Kf
Judge Ge-or began a hearing of the
controveisy over the ofllccfs of the
t'nlted Chinese Society this morning
At noon recess opposing counsel weio
given time to produce authorities on a
point of law. Mr Mllverton of Hatch
& Hllllman represented the Al or How
Wcug administration, and K M. Ilrooks
anil I.orrln Andrews tho Wong Kwal
or Chinese royalist administration. Tli"
latier Is the defendant party and raised
the point that the action ought to have
been brought by the Attorney Genera
In th name of the Territory or Ha
The Evening Bulletin,
75 cents per
WANTED l)y young man,
hs either bookkeeper or ster.ogra
(plic-r; experience and best of refer
xperlenee and best of refer-
luces Address II. N, this office.
FOh SALE Pacheco's Dandruff Kill
(i a reliable remedy for baldness
mid thin or falling hair. At Union
FOR SALE Ten fine lots at Puunul,
above Wylllo St. Apply to Fiank
S. Dodge, "7 Merchant St.
FOR RENT Cottage, 7 roomB, end of
tram line. Wnlklkl; improvements
Apply Occidental Ila'rber Shop.
TO LET HouBe containing 4 bed
rooms, parlor, pantry, kitchen, pat
ent water closet, Llllha St., near
School, inquire of JOB. 'FR.IAS, No.
722 Port St. 2130-lw
FOR RENT A cozy little cottage fur
nished for housekeeping. Apply 1331
Ktnau St. nr Alapal, 2130-lw
OST Green cnirlngo ro'i'o with Inl
, tlala "J. I". " In rentor mu rounded
' by wieath of yellow, on King St..
between Hlehards and John Knr.'s
home, Waiklkl. Finder will please
return Mime to this office. 2130 tf
'03T Between Kaalawnt and Kaplo
lanl Park, small black pup; answers
to "Tip". Howard by leaving at
Dr. Huddy's, Mclntyro Illdg.
PIANO TAUGHT by graduate Lelpslc'
Conservatory; $5 month; Bpecinl at
tention to adAlt beginners. AddresB
"Music," Bulletin ofllce. 21S5-lm
mm a Kiiit
W. & HI., Ltd, W & M..
The Collins Cigar Co
CARLOAD OF SMOKE
CARLOAD OF I.OOO.OOQ STOGIES
(SHIPPED TO DAVID LAW
RENCE & CO., LTD.
WONDERFUL' INCREASE IN
STOGIE FOREIGN TRADE
The CollliiJ. Clgir Co. will score an-1 Polynesian nnd the Vankeo meet at
other triumph In the way of large I this breathing place of oceanic traffic
shipments of stores when they ship In the fraternal fellowship of trade,
today 1,000.000 stogies to David Law- Yel Tnr as It Is It only serves as an
lence & Co. Limited, at Honolulu In llnellcaHon of the wonderful enterprise
the tar-oft Territory of Hawaii. They'' the- Collins Cigar Company. "Hlc
will ship fn one order to this firm shipment of 1,000.000 stogies atone
COo.iiiiu Country' Pride Cheroots, 200. time to one firm doing business In a
(ion Seal of Pittsburg. luO.000 Some- t"y thousands of miles from our own
thing Hetter Stogies, 10W.00O Pittsburg 1 '"lid shows the vast reach of thlr
.x&tlonal nnd 100.000 Saw Logs; male- sr"' comilany, and the wldo expanse
Ing 1.000.000 btogles In all. being ono cf tenltory thoy cover. Uiil this ship
of the largest single shipments of sto '"f"' ls ony Prt a small part ol
gles ever made to one tlrm. 1
Tli.. ntireess of ehn. Arm of David
Luwrcnce & Co.. Ltd., the members of!lnS marts of South America. Central
vhlch wero formerly from the United i America. Japan. Australia, tho British
States, shows what Yankeo pluck nnd
energy can accomplish when It has a
liee scope for the exercise of Its un
hurpasscd businoM talents. They aro
hustlers, thtlr methods are character
ized by tho boldness of enterprise, and
the fearlessness of business courage;
they are modem mid up to date, and
the utter obsonre of somnolence In the
management ot their rapidly incteas-
ing business Is shown by the tart that
they havo a wholesale and retail tradosi3C-lt
ar wide as the Pacific The extent of I
tl-clr trado Justifies tum In ordering
a loiind million of Btosle nt ono time I
thus enabling tha Collins Cigar Co., of I
Pittsburg, to take part. Indirectly In
thf rnilln nf their IntliiHtrv. their en I
eigy and th"lr great business capac
II. J. Kane Is aMorlitod with David
Liivvrenco & Co.. Ltd nnd no small
i share of tho crodlt of their great sue
I cess Is Out to his efforts. Ho Was for
' luerly connected with the Collins CI
Uar Co. as Its Pacific Coist ropiesent
iatlve, nnd no doubt the knowledge ac
milted of the business methods anil
the skill ot management in vogue vvltl
the local compjny. togother with hlr
'oh,, nli-aslnc: address
pi rsonallty, h.ive largely contributed
tu the marvelous increase of their bus
Iness. This shipment will be Inadec
at Thirty-third street and Liberty
rlttshurg, In Chicago, Milwaukee S.
St. Paul car No. f.0,401. Its Itinerary
will be ns follow a Over Baltimoie
Chlo It. It. to Chicago, via Chicago
Milwaukee & St Paul H R. to Omaha,
Neb., thence via Union Pacific It. It
te Ogden, Utah, theuco via Southern
Pacific It. II. (formerly Central Pad
flc) over tho'crest ot the Sierra No
vadas Into the beautiful sunny valleys
o' the Golden State and finally landed
al the wharves in San Francisco,
tl ence by ocean steamer ot the Ocean
icSteamshlp Co. lines far across the
Pacific's broad 'expanse to their des
This Is the third largo shipment of
t-togleH made by this company to Ho
nolulu, hut It Is tho only instance b
ll.ls or any other company oT a hlp
ment of a whole carload of stbgtci
reross thltt continent. II marks a
mighty stride In advanco ot past ship
ments. It not only show tho ramlfica
tlons of trado In this kind of a smoke
but stamps the Collins Cigar Co. a
the leudcr of tho world, In their Un
in establishing foreign markets for the
product of their local factories
The spaco occupied By this ship
trept In tho steamer will bo 18,000 cu
blc feet; It contains 100 cases and re
quired 1000 feet of lumber and 12C
pounds of nails for Yhn shipping cases
Cue-half mllo of wlro and ono quartet
mile of tvvlno wero used In the securo
packing of these stogies. The amount
of riiw tobacco necessary to make 1.
OfiO.000 btogles Is 17,000 pounds, and
tsi.rnu Idea of the enormous yearly out
put of tho Collins Ctgar Co. can be
1'ud when wo learn that It required
only five days for them to get this ship
ment on Its way from tho raw tobae-
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,
co In their storerooms, to the manufac
tured stogies, packed, corded, cased
and wired dcllvcied nt the cars.
It Is a far reach from Pittsburg to
Honolulu, located as It Is far out upon
the bosom of tho great Pacific ocean
about as far from tho shores ot Cali
fornia as those shores aro from Pitts
burg. It is close to C000 miles from Pitts
burg to this beautiful semi-tropical
city of Undo Sam's nestling on the
stoics ot a fine harbor In the Island
of Oahu. Here In this Island metrop
olis Is n strange condition n medley
of races. Hero longitude becomes con
fut Ing. Here tho East and tho West
kiss and make up, tho West melts In
to the Orient nnd the Kast breaths
the atmosphere ot tnc Occident. The
wily Mongolian and tho Ilrlton, the
it.ntlvo Hawaiian aim tho Teuton, the
" oir g-aiuic ousiness. ine products
of ' '" factories nre sold In tho lead
"'" -" nu,uVO mm
Africa, as well as in every Jobbing
town of tlia United States.
The regular meeting ot Geo. W. De
Long Post, No, 45, G. A. n Is post
poned on account ot tho May Day and
McKlnlcy Memorial entertainment to
,e guCn at tho Opera House.
DO NOT DELAY
ho purchase of a house lot In tho
fir est suburb ot Honolulu.
The lemalnlng lots In KAIMUKI
TRACT are now "icing sold on the In
stallment plan. ,
$20 rash upon signing agreement
nnd $10 per month until fully paid.
lots 75x200 and lCDxlGO.
Gear, Lansing & Co
Every evening during tho week except
Tho Great Success
The American Girl
With Iview Specialties.
FRIDAY and 8ATURDAY
MATINEE 8ATURDAY AFTERNOON
Dy Request. -
THE AMERICAN GIRL
Orpheum Popular Prices 25c, 50c, 75c
MATINEi: PIUCES 15c and 25c.
65 Queen St.
On Today, Tomorrow and Saturday,
May 1st, 2d and 3d, at 10 o'clock a. m.
and 2 o'clock p. m. on each day
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO.,
Corner Merchant and fort streets, Hi
entire .assortment or tho works of nrt
MR. THEODORE W0RE3
lit bo disposed or at Public Sate.
All reserve prices have been remov
Cd. except on a very few of tho larger
rnd rarer pictures, on which Iho limits
hove been lowered.
Mlt. W01li:9 has an c&tnbllshrd
reputation in these Islands as an ar
tist of rare Bkill, and tho salo should
tlicrcforo havo a largo attendance.
Pictures on view on thrco dayd pre
Office To Let.
Large front offlco In Lovo building.
A fine office; rent ?15 month.
Jas. F. Morgan,
05 QUEEN STREET.
COTTAGE on Cmma Square, 3 bed
rooms, parlor, dining room, pantry,
kitchen and bath. Kent J 10 per
month. Apply to Jas. F. Morgan, 65
TWO STORY HOUSE In the Mc
Carthy tract, Dorctanla stroot, be
tween Pllkol and ICccaumoku streets.
JAS. F. MORGAN.
65 Queen St
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