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LADIES SHIRT WAISTS
EXCEPTIONAL VALUES OFFERED,
Here are the greatest shirt-waist
vrlucs wo have over displayed. They
represent all tbo now Ideas la shirt
waist making now materials, styles,
end colorings and a full lino of sizes
from 32 to 42.
Wo promlso that you will And this
stock of unusual excellence and tho
vnlucs alluringly attractive.
Early comers get flrBt selections
from tho stork. Many of tho waists
en display In our show window.
WHITE SHIRT WAI8T8
made of lino quality whlto lawn
trimmed with embroidery In
sertion, latest style sleeves,
WHITE SHIRT WAIST8
superior whlto lawn, trimmed
with three rows of Valencien
nes Lace Insertion, tucked back
WHITE 8HIRT WAIST8
good value, finely tucked joko
effect, trimmed with 2 rows of
flno embroidery Insertion, back
with cluster of tucks and open.
WHITE SHIRT WAISTS
extra quality, yoke effect of flno
tucks, trimmed with rows of
embroidery Insertion and clus
ter of 3 rows of licmmcdstKch
tucks, open front.
LINEN BATISTE WAISTS
extra sheer, front of hemmed
stitch tucks, cluster tuck back.
Tho very latest cut.
COLORED 8HIRT WAISTS
flno quality of zephyr, very pret
ty stripes, coloring absolutely
faBt; exceptionally good value
with collar and tie.
WHITE SHIRT WAISTS
extra flno quality lawn, cluster
of hcmmcdstltch tucks In front
with open work and cluster
tucks in back.
AT $2 50
WHITE SHIRT WAISTS
very artistically made; 4 rows
of flno embroidery insertion,
with cluster GT hcmmcdstltch
tucks between each row; back
with cluster tucks.
WHITE SHIRT WAISTS
perhaps the daintiest waist In
our stock, trimmed with Valen
ciennes laco insertions, sleeves
trimmed, back In cluster tucks.
WHITE SHIRT WAISTS
Ono of tho most nttractlvo
styles wo have handled; yoko of
very flno tucks, trimming; 3
rows of flno embroidery Inser
tion with plaits and cluster
tucks, plaited back.
DRY GOODS COMPANY, LTD.
We have Just rcclvcl a shipment
of GASOLINE and KEROSENE
FISHING TORCHES, absolutely
safe and cannot by blown out.
Asldo from being used fop fishing
purposes, they have proven to be
on excellent OUTSIDE LIGHT tor
plantation use. PRICE S2.2fi UP
Tlieo, H. Davies & Go,, Ltd. 3
jy Hardware Department. 4
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, Hqtcl Street.
General Merchandise, Dry Goods, Groceries.
Japanese Provisions, etc
SfAGOON BLOCK, MERCHANT hTREET.
!S02C 880 dZain. 2IR
Absolutely the Last Chance!
TO BUY WHATSOEVER YOU WANT AT FIGURES WAY BELOW COST
OUR ENTIRE STOCK
MUST BE CLEANED OUT BY MAY 7th, 1902,
GOO KIM, 1116 Nuuanu Street
f. o, uoi vd 1st. ii.
THE OLDEST CHi. B FIRM IN HONOLULU.
DUr la Flo Sllki o4 Grin LIdidi, Cfclnm and Jiptom Goodi of All Klici,
no-tit Nuuanu trtt
SCHOOL PAPER SHOWS
A GREAT IMPROVEMENT
Newsy Notes About People and Places
Young Bee Ranch Sur
veyed Into Ten Acre
The third number of the Kula Far
mer, dated April, has been received.
This little school paper, written and
printed by the teachers and pupils of
Kcalahou school, Kula, Maul, Is Im
proving with each number, and Is cer
tainly not the least of the educational
features of the school. The following
extracts have been made:
Good weather again.
The upper lands have all been plow
ed. Tho early corn Is now being cultivated.
April lias been a good month for tho
Normal Inspector Kelllnol was a visi
tor a few weeks ago.
Corn Is worth $1.25 a bag, potatoes
$1.75, and beans 13.50.
F. 0. Correla has been sick In bed
for several weeks past.
Pasture Is very good at present, and
the stock Is In good condition.
.Mr. Copp has repaired the roads all
thiough Kula. Our roads arc now In
good order for travel.
Mr. and Mrs. Copeland visited friends
In Wnlluku during the Easter holidays.
Wo hear that T. Goml hai closed th
Kula Japanese school and hag returned
to Japan to have his eyes treated.
Tatber James visited the school a
short time ngo. He gave us an Inter
esting talk about good mannerB and
presented us with a dozen useful hymn
Wong lng. a former Kcalahou school
boy paid us a visit last week. He has
been attending Mills Institute, Hono
lulu. We often hear from E. S. Capellas,
who taught In this school for several
years. He Is now. principal at llakn
Inn. Hawaii, and reports a large and
Interesting school there.
A part of tho Young lice ranch has
been surveyed Into ten-acre lots, which
are soon to be olfered for sale.
Wo hear that Home fieonlp nr. rnmlne
bark to Kula from Nahlku. because
the plantation there has been given up.
Since the preceding news notes
were printed wc have had a severe
northeast wind, which broke down
some of the com, whipped sonic Into
pieces nnd killed much more, seriously
damaging the crop.
Our school Is divided Into two parti
for singing. The primary and half tho
Intermediate btudy Tonic Sol-fa with
Mrs. Copeland. The rest of the school
study the staff with the principal. Each
division learns one new song each
On Thursday afternoon all the girls
In the primary roam, and the small
boys sew In the intermediate room.
The larger boys work In the shops and
about the grounds.
The Danger From Fire.
John Palo, a pupil, wrote about a
trip Into tl)e mountains which aptly
shows the necessity of great care In
building camp fires. He described a
gulch, nnd then said:
It was a beautiful place. The uluha
nnd ferns were so thick that we could
hardly walk through. While we were
walking along we saw some green ba
nanas. We went and cut off the bana
nas and built a lire. We roasted tho
bananas on the (ire. We waited there
till the bananas were all cooked and
then we nte them. Hy and by wo
started back to Lahalnaluna.
While e were on our way home. 1
think about a mile ami a half from tho
place where we built our lire, wc saw
tho flames of the lire were very high.
The fire was burning in the bushes,
but wc could not leturn because we
were very hungry. We were much sur
prised that ashes of the flic got Into
the bushes, because the bushes were
far from the fire.
When wo reached Lahalnaluna our
principal advised us to go up to Hn
lona again and quench tliu lire. So.
about 2 o'clock that night we started
for Hnlona to quench tho fire. Wo
reached Hnlona at 4 o'clock In tho
morning. After wc quenched the flro
no returned to Lahalnaluna. We were
veiy glad that the fire did no damage,
The panlnl or cactus Is a very im
portant plant. It begins to bear the
pears In July and keeps bearing for
seven months, mo leaves are very
prickly on tho outside but the Insldi)
Is very boft and fleshy. The pears arc
red and have many seeds In them.
They arc very sweet. At Kula wo have
two kinds of cactus, the led and th
white. Thero Is very much red cactus
and fewer white ones.
Where the panlnl grows people raise
swine. I'lgs and entile ure very fond
of the panlnl. unbroken horses that
cat panlnl will never drink water In
their lives, and they uro always fat
Cactus gives shade and food for tho
animals. When the cactus Is dry It Is
chopped In pieces to burn for wood.
The panlnl Is very useful In many
ways to tho peoplo of Kula Allen
y j' '', m
j A Saf o and Sara Oars for
qCramps Cough Drulsos
uiarrncsa uoids DUrrta
Sprains nnd Strains.
Gives Irutant relief.
Two iUn, tsc, ind soe.
Onlront Tito KUler, Parry Dovls'.
I ABOUT ROWING IN THE
i JULY FOURTH RAECS
g Lukewarmness on Part of Crews is
Annstrtmt-.MiittVr Wi ha
Pill PAIN BUSY
HE FILES THREE
Chinese Society Controversy Awaits
Return of Treasurer Wright
Kidwell vs. Godfrey Ans
Judge Gear continued the case of tliu
United Chinese Society oltlccrs until
the return of Territorial Treasurer
Wright from Hawaii.
Alfred W. Carter has filed a bond In
the sum of $150,000 as guardian of the
estate of Annie T. K. I'arkcr, a minor.
His sureties arc E. A. Mott-Smlth and
E. II. Wodchousc. Tho bond was ap
proved by Judge Humphreys.
David Dayton was busy at the Cir
cuit Court ofllcc yesterday. Ho filed a
bond In $7000 as administrator of the
estate of A. B. Scrlmgeour, deceased,
his sureties being Cecil Drown nnd E.
K. Ulshop. He filed an Inventory of
the estate of John Uryalit, deceased,
showing a valuation of 13218.40. Mr,
Dayton also filed for record an In
denture between himself as trustee ol
the estate of J. McColgan, deceased,
and Krnncls Hopcrt Gulstan, Ulshop ol
In the suit for foreclosure of mort
gage brought by John Kidwell against
Frank Godfrey, the defendant has filed
an answer In which lie alleges that a
ceitaln deed was obtained by plalntla
from Kmmn Ikalka, nn Inmate of th
leper settlement, without consideration.
There Is a Josslbltlty that there will
bo no llealanl crews In tho 4th of July
races at Pearl Harbor unless somo
definite arrangements arc made at the
meeting to bo held this evening at tbo
The efforts of the captain and row
ing committee so far have met with
little or no response from the members,
who seem to be hanging oft and wait
ing for the last minute to begin work.
This being the case, the committee
will stop work until the meeting this
evening at which time tho general
opinion of tho members of tho club
will be learned and it will bo decided
whether or not to enter crews for tbo
Tho opinion is expressed that It
would be much to the best Interest of
the club to save the great expenso and
worry by not training than In keeping
at work In the manner which has pre
vailed so far.
The meeting tonight will decide defi
nitely what the Healanls will do.
WIM HII! Ill
GAPE 10 t
London, April 25. An arrangement
ban been signed at Ilrusscls provid
ing for carrying the Cape to Cairo
lallwny via Victoria Kails and Katan
ga to Lake Kassall. Thenco thero
will bo n waterway along tho river
l.ualaba to Stanleyville; thenco tnc
railway will proceed to Lake Albert
is'yanxa; and thenco a waterway to
the Nile, German territory being
John Em'mcluth has rccelvfrl the con
tract for constructing the l.aliulna wa
ter works system In Its entirety. Hit
bids for building the reservoir and lay
ing the pipes amounted to $7360.73,
making tho lowest aggregate In tin
bunch. The highest bid was 112.761.
Tho entire cost of the Lahalnn water
works will be about 1C,000, which In
cludes tho cost of the pipe and other
materials. There will be a capacity ol
500,000 gallons, with a reservoir capa
city of 250,000 gallons. There arc be
tween 500 and COO consumeis In Lahal
nn and tho department considers tin
works will be ample for supplying tin
town for years to come.
Calcutta Is to be Improved by driving
wide, open thoroughfares through the
slums of the city, at a cost of nearly
two millions sterling.
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tTCKV!i Choice oisoudsmer.uoidi'iatt
trtjvfci,lwif Atiewftnd.ay)Un 5cndStemp
I'rrtiy IMere of Hold llatM Jen dry. WrileAl oiiro.
Acme uaott uo o 3. Atnewue. H.iarcnnn.u.s
St. Petersburg, April 25. Bocu-
r rents found In tho possession of Hoi
Ki'liannet. the murderer of M. SlplngU'
Inc. Minister of the Interior, shows
Mint M. Poblcdonostzvff's nssasslnn
linn was simultaneously Intended.
SI. l'obledonostzeff Is Procurator of
tbo Holy Synod of ltrftsla. Ho was tu
tor to the Tzar Alexander 111., nnd nft
cr the accession of Alexander was np
lolnted to tho office ho now holds. Ills
Influenco with his Imperial master In
creased, and he beenmo his most Intl
ri.ito adviser. Ho also exercises a
great Influenco over tho present Tsar.
M. l'obledonostzeff Is opposed to all
liberal reforms, nnd holds tho opinion
Hint slnco men want to be governed,
autocracy Is tho only really suitable
form of government. Ills llfo has been
r-nrc than onco attempted.
TERROR JN FINLAND
St. Petersburg, April 21. A reign of
terror prevails In Finland and emi
gration Is greatly Increasing.
BLOW FOR LIUBItTY.
l.oii(l(in, April 21. Sir. Wyndham,
CMcf Secretary for Ireland, speaking
at Ilrlghtnn, r-ald the Government. In
reviving in certain pnrts of Ireland
the Crimes Act were striking a blow
GEO, A, MARTIN, Tailor Boston Building,
From tho Iteports of tho dealers In
this city, we think no proprietary
medicine has a larger sale than PAIN
KII.I.KIt. Its valuable properties as a
speedy cure for pain ran not fall to be
ifcnerally appreciated. In enso of acci
dent, or sudden attack of dysentery,
Ilarrhoea, cholera morbus. Montreal
Star. Avoid substitutes, there Is but
one Pain-Killer, Perry Davis. Price
25c. aud 50c.
A live whalo GO feet long has been
driven ashore at Juan les Hub, near
Antilles, an unprecedented occurrence
on that part of the Mediterranean
C0M- Ii lUi
AN ENGLISH IDEA OF IRISH CONDITIONS.
It Is announced that becauw of the disturbed condition of affairs In
Ireland the proposed visit of King Kdwnrtl to the (frun Isle this spring
will ho abandoned. It Is nllcgcd that "moonlighting" mid other forms of
InwIcHsneHH nro prevalent In hcvcrnl districts. This picture, from the
London Illustrated News, Is supposed to show n group of Irish outlaws
waiting fur the uppearaiice of a hated land agent and presents the popular
English iiollini of tho manner In which the men of Cork, Kllduro and other,
counties are behaving.
The Light That Failed
WAS NOT FROM AN
INCANDESCENT ELECTRIC LAMP
Tho Incandescent lamp Is always ready (or uso and does nol
requlro refilling, cleaning, trimming of wicks, etc. Hag no dis
agreeable odor and docs not smoke or heat up the rooms. A touch
to tho button turns on a soft, steady light and gives additional
comfort wherever used. No modern homo complete without It.
ning us up or call for estimates on wiring your house.
HAWAIIAN ELECTRIC CO., Ltd.
King Street. Telephone 300
THE TRANSCENDENT ARC LIGHT
COO C. P.
Consumes nothing but ordinary Kerosene
Oil. The best light known to Bclcnce and
tho cheapest. Haro received the Highest
Awards at the Pan-American Exposition.
Suitable for stora and halls, and are In ui
In good many of our prominent stores
throughout the city, such ae Wall, Nichols
Co., Honolulu Drug Co.. Holllster Drug Co.,
Mclnerny Shoe Store, Elite Ice Cream Par
lors, Hawaiian Hotel and otners too numer
ous to mention. Wo also Tiaro the same
Arc Lamp to burn 12 hours, which Is suit
able for lamps to bo placed lu yards as a
protection against night prowlers. Our
lamps are In uso throughout all the planta
tions. For further particulars Inquire of
WASHINGTON LIGHT CO. 0. W. Macfarlan'e, M'gr
All sizes In quarter-sawed oak and beautifully finished.
Largo stock of
Extension Dining Tables.
Axminster and Smyrna Rugs.
Tapestry and Chenille Portieres.
Folding chairs to let for any occasion, nnd the very best uphols
tering done. Elegant lino of furniiuro In all departments.
PORTER FURNITURE CO., LTD.
I-Ulier Block, opp. Love Bid., Fort Htreet.
Hawaiian Engineering and Construction Co.
ROOMS soS, 509, 510 STANGENWALD BUILDING.
P. O. BOX 834. TEL. MAIN 7f
All cluses of Engineering Work solicited; Examination!, Surrey and .
sorts made for any class of Waterworks, Steam and Electric Constructloai
Plant and Specifications and Estimates Prepared, and Construction Suprla
tended, In all branches of Engineering Work; Contractu solicited for Rail
roads, Electric and Steam; Tunnels, Bridges, Buildings, Highways, Fcran4a
ttona, Piers. Wharves, etc.
Special attention given to Examinations, Valuations, and Report! al
Properties for Investment purposes.
FltEDEIUCK J. AMWEQ, M. AH. Boc 0. .,
Engineer and HAnafer.
W, R. CASTLE JR., Secretary and Treasurer.
SHREVE & CO., San Francisco
To facilitate trade with tbo Hawaiian Islands, will uelivor
all goods purchased or ordered of them, free of all charge!
for transportation to Honolulu or returning same to San
Francisco. Goods will be sont on selection to those know
ing the firm, or who will furnish satisfactory reference! In
Jewelers, Gold and Silver Manufacturers,
Market & Post 8t., 6. P.
Illustrated CATALOQUE and prices furnished upon receipt
of request. Wo have tho largest manufactory of Jewelry
and Silverware west of New York City, nnd are prepared to
furnlBh special designs.
NEW GOODS IN ALL LINES
OF THE GROCERY TRADE
PER S. S. ALAMEDA : :
SALTERS' GROCERY STORE
Fort Htreet. nbnvc Itcretnnln.
L De Turk's Table Wines
Justly known to bo 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. GIJAIt, PrcHldent.
UMMBTT MAY, Secretary.
The Honolulu Investment Co., Ltd.
Insure your Lite, Property, Household Goods or Mercluindlso
In the bent (intl strongest cumtinlr, iih represented by
The Honloulu Investment Co,, Ltd,, Merchant St,. Judd Building