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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU. II. T.. WEDNESDAY, MAY 7, 1)02
The world doth move; so do we.
True, wo were fired from the corner to which we are now
moving, bill wo novo got back Into fnvor anil will soon occupy our
handsome new building. Nev stock? Well everybody well knows
our former stock was pretty well disponed of. Everything en
tirely now, larger, better and greater variety of goods than ever
before. Watch us build our ilsplas In Interlot and In the win
dows anil eomo and sco us ai soon as we open.
E. O. HALL & SON, Ltd;
EHLERS BLOCK, PORT STREET.
FROM LOCAL RULING
The battle of the ilval street rail -
,mimnlp Is tie IlC earned to
,( . 1 ( Ollllmr... In.lnl-
Vaslilnstoii. Hatch & Sllllman todnj
lllid a petition in me supri-iuu wm
f.f the Territory for n writ of error to
the Supreme Court of (he United
.k f.. niir,n iIp.
States, upon the formers opinion dc-,
clillng an agreed submission. Hoth
tht petition and Chief JitstfV Frcar's
order aTiawIng the writ are printed be-
Ii. the Supreme Court of the Territory
lie fore Honorable Walter Francis
Frear. Chler Justice of said Su
The Honolulu Ilaplil Transit & Land
Company, a corporation. Plaintiff,
vs. The Hawaiian Tramways Com
pany. Limited, a corporation. De
fendant. Petition for Writ of Error from the Su
preme Court of the United States.
To the Honorable Walter Francis
Frear. Chief Justice of tne Su
preme Court of the Territory of
petitioner. The Hawaiian
Tramways Company. Limited, one of
the parties to the above entitled cause,
lespectfully represents and shows: i
1 That on the 2.'th day of April,
.'.. D. 1901. Judgment In the above en
tilled caiiHe wns entered by the Su
preme Court of the Teirltory of Ha
vull In favor of the above named cor
poration. The Honolulu Rapid Transit
A. Ijind Company, and against your pe
titioner the above named corporation,
The Hawaiian Tramways Company,
Limited, adjudging that your petition
er. The Hawaiian Tramways Company,
I Imlted. has not the right to lay a
double Hack along King street from
the WalMkl load to a point near tho
Government pumping stntlon at Kail
M. In the Dlstilct of Honolulu, Island
uf Oahu. Tenltory of Hawaii, that your
petitioner. The Hawaiian Tramways
Company. Limited, has not the right to
operate Its tramway by electricity and
that The Honolulu Itapld Transit &
Land Company, one of the parties to
the above entitled cause, has a right to
lii' a track on and over said King
Mreet and along the same for a great
er distance than 1700 feet.
2. That said Judgment rendered by
said Supreme Court of the Territory
of Hawaii on the said 23th day of
April, A. D. 1901. was rendered by tho
highest Court In which a decision
rmilfl l,p hnil 111 srilil muse In snld Ter-
ri'ory of Hawaii.
3. That said Judgment of said Su-'herewith presented,
preme Court of the Territory of Ha-' WHEREFORE, and because your
wail was a dual Judgment In said petitioner Is aggrieved by said Judg
miian I nient. It prays that a Writ of l.rror
4. That there was drawn In ones-
t'on upon the hearing of said cause In
said Supremo Court of the Territory
of Hawaii, the construction oi certain
nlntutes and laws of tho Kingdom and
Republic of Hawaii, re-enacted for the
Territory of Hawaii by the Congress
of the United States, namely. Act 31
of the Session Laws of 1884; Act 18 of
tho Session Laws of 1S80; AcMs 23 and
KB of the Session Laws of 1888, all ol
which said Acts were re-enacted by
tho Congress of the United States. In'
nnd by the Act of April 30lh, 1900. 31 '
Statutes nt Large, 158, entitled "An
Act to piovlilo a government for tho
Territory of Hawaii," that said stat
utes and laws were construed by tho
paid Supreme Court of the Territory
of Hawaii In rendering its said Judg
ment In said cause, and tne said judg
irent of said Supreme Court of said
Territory given upon Its construction
rf said statutes and laws, was against
certain rights, privileges nnd Immuni
ties specially set up and claimed by
voir petitioner under and by vlrtuo ol
bald statutes nnd laws.
5 Thai there was drawn In ijiies.
t!on upon the hearing of said cause In
(.old Supreme Court of said Territory
the construction of certain other nets
f the Kingdom and Republic of Ha
waii that were claimed by this peti
tioner to hnvo been re-enacted by the
Congress of tho United States, in and
by bald Act of April 30th, 1900, nnme
1y. Act 74 of the Session Laws of 1890,
and Act 21 of tho Session Laws ol
U9S; that said nets were also con
strued by said Supreme Court of the
Territory of Hawaii In tendering Its
judgment In the nbove entitled cnuso
nnd the deilslon
Court of tho said
of said Supremo
Territory of Hawaii
was against tho rlght3, privileges and
Immunities specially set up and claim
rd by your petitioner under said acts,
(i. That theio wns drawn In question
upon tho hearing of f.ald cause In raid
Supreme Court of said Teirltory thu
validity of an aulhoilty exercised un
ilcr tho United States of Amerlin,
namely, an authority exercised by tho
Minister of the Interior of the Repub
lic of Hawaii, being an oxecuttve off..
ccr appointed by tho President of tho
United States under nnd by virtue of
the Joint lesolutlon of July 7th, 1898,
30 Statutes lit Large, 760, entitled "A
jc Int resolution to provldo for annex
ing the Hawaiian Islands to the Unit
ed States," an tho 25th day of July, A.
D. 1899, consenting to and authorizing
)'inj petitioner, as It Is claimed by
your petitioner, to lay a double track
nn all of the public Btreets and roads
I In the Hawaiian Islands covered by
tilt franchise granted to your petition
er under and by virtue of the statutes
iiird laws heretofore referred to, pur
jsiiant to which said authority your pe
titioner was proceeding Immediately
luior to the rendering of said Judg-
litiftit. which said authority exercised
1 i.nder the United Slntes was consider-
Blip i-uic wu in u.y .tin
try of Hawaii, In rendering Its said
l"l ? W I1UWU11, 111 I C IIMl'l 111ft HB PIU
jml - Bmenti nn(, ,,, ,,.,, of Bnl(, Su.
)ncme Court 01 said Territory wns
against the validity of said authority.
.. that here was urawn in nues-
' l ii upon the hearing of said cause In
w( jllprem(, Cmlr, of 10 T,rrltoly
ol unwall the validity of a statute of
m,. Hepublle of Ilawnll. namely, the
validity of the Act of July "th. 1898,
ler.tltled "An Act to authorize and pro-
iile for the construction, maintenance
ariJ I)Crntlo OI n gtr(,ct railway or
railways. In tho District of Honolulu
Irnnd r Oaliu," being Act 09 of tho
Session Laws c,f 1898 of the Uepubllc
of Hawaii, on (he ground that the
same was repugnant to the Constitu
tion mid laws of the United States and
the said Supreme Court considered
the validity of the said statute
rcnuereu us ueeision ana jmimnuiu " u.
n IIM1IIK HIHI tuiioiuvi nit, umk mi duiiivj
Thnt certain rights nnd prll
leges were rlalmcil by your petitioner
by virtue ol an authority exercised
mirier the United States, namely, tho
alurvsald authority cxerilsed by tho
public of Hawaii, by virtue of his ap-
polntnient nnd the authority In him ,
.1 'nisii'r hi i in inii'rinr ui uiu lie- .
vested by the ("resilient or tlie uniieu
States, namely, the right and privi
lege of laying a double track on said
Klne street and operating your said
petitioner's stieet cars by nnd with
c'i'ctilr current, nnd sain ueeision 01
"' HaS:U was acalnst' the r.ghu' anf.
iK'vlli'Kes sneclallv set un and claim-
cd by your petitioner.
P. That upon the hearing of said
cause certain rights, privileges and
Immunities were claimed by your pa-
,ttf.f,.i ,,n,l,.r onrtnln utnllltn nt tllo
fi'lted States, namely, the Act or April j ' ' " pilsoners. ho looked for all
30th. 1900. 31 Statutes at Largi'. 158. the world as If he had been through
entitled "An Act to provide a govern- il10 asylum rock crusher. Ills face
mint for the Territory of Hawaii." and ,ko , , ,h ,, b
thnt the decision of said Supreme
Couit of said Territory was against l"0"' or rnw meat
the said rights, privileges and imniu- Kuplho was asked later If he had
nllles so claimed by your petitioner. struck Hennessy nnd he replied In
10 That the decision and Judgment, h0 IU,Ba,ve, showing his swollen
of said Supreme Court of the Territory .. ..,. , .
of Haw-all. which said court Is and was n""'1 nn, nsklnB llow llc l '
1, highest court In which a decision ' '!1'l.v strike when the member wns In
tc nlel be had In said cause in saldis.ich a condition. The other officers
Territory of Hawaii, was adverse to ni. 110t know anything about the mat
your petitioner, and to the rights, title, I,, ,,, .,, , , .
(Hvlleges and Immunities specially l"1' b"t al.now ledge of Jims temper
set up and claimed by your petitioner. wlu-"n adly treated would seem to
nil of which appears In the record of i justify the conclusion that he did not
snld cause and all of which Is set out
la1 rror In the assignment of errors
Issue In Its behalf fmm tho Su-1
pi erne Court of the United Slates to
tl'p Supreme Court of the Tenltory
of Hawaii for the correction of tho
cvicirs complained of and that a trans
er'pt of the record, proceedings and
papers In said cause, duly authenticat
ed, may be sent up to the said Su
(Heme Court of the United States.
Honolulu, liny 5th. A. Ii. 1902.
THE HAWAIIAN TRAMWAYS COM
Ry W. II. PAIN,
Its Manager and Attorney-in-Fact.
Hutch & Sllllman, Holmes & Stan
In), its Attorneys,
In the Supreme Couit of the Territory
The Honolulu Itapld Transit & Land
Company, Plaintiff, vs. Tne Ha
waiian Tramways Company. Lim
Order Allowing Writ of Error from the
Supreme Court of the United
States and Approving Dond.
Desiring to give the petl(T6nf,r, Tho
Hawaiian Tramways Company, Limit
o'l. defendant above named, an oppor
tunity to have the decision and judg
ment of this court rendered In tho
nnovo entitled cause on tho 25th day
ol April, 1901. reviewed by tho Su
preme Court of the United Stntes, It
Is ordered that a writ of error bo ni
"wed from the said Supreme Court of
tho United Slates to the Supreme
Court of the Territory of Hawaii.
It Is further ordered that the bond
for costs In the penal sum of $2500
hr rewltli piesented he nnd It is hereby
approved. W. F. FREAR,
Chief Justice of the Territory of Ha
Dated this Cth day of May, A. D
Notice Is hereby given that R. E.
CONANT, ESQ., has this day been ap
pc luted a member of tho Koloa lload
Hoard, Island of Kauai, Territory of
Hawaii, vleu Moses Kaluna, resigned.
JAMES H. ROYD,
Superintendent of Public Works.
Department of I'uolle Works, May
!'' 1902' 2141-31
The Frederick Warde season opens
tomorrow (Thursday) night and prom
ise s to start In a blaze of glory. "Vlr-
ginlii8" Is the opening bill selected by
Mr. Warde, the cast of which will be
lrglnlus Mr. Fredk. Warde
lilllus Mr. llarry Johnslono
Mr. Chas. I). Herman
Dcnfatus Mr. Francis D. McGinn
,Numltorius...Mr. llarry M. O'Connor
Lucius Mr, TTauillton Coleman
, ,.rcus Mr. John T. Harris
Senilis Mr. John E. Hayne
Titus Mr. Hobert Watson
Onelus Mr. John Garret
A Soldier Mr. John Morrlssey
Virginia Msls Antoinette Ashton
Miss Virginia Drew TrcscoU
lmale Slave... Miss Allccn Ucrtello
Matrons, Soldiers, Llttors, Citizens,
Synopsus of Scenes, all of which Is
drought by Mr. Warde:
Act I The Home of V'frglnlus.
Act II The Same. Afterwards a
I'l.'.ce In Rome.
Act III The Forum In ftome.
Act IV Sunrise in the Alban Moun-
Act V The Forum In Ilome.
Act VI The Mammcrtlnc l'rlson.
The sale of seats has been iinusual
lj large, the entire house being al
ii ady sold out. Of course there are a ;
number of disappointed people, who
p,-..verblally procrastinate, and will bo
unable to attend the opening perform-
nnce. The management desires to no
tify people who have laid aside tick
ets that they will not be held by Wall,
'lchols Co. nfter 12 o'clock tomorrow.
There nre orders In now for nearly 100
suits that cannot be filled from the
s'mpl6 fact that there are none left.
BIT OFFICER'S FINGER
Hennessy, a big man who, when ha
Imbibes too freely nnd Is gathered In
the police, Imnrlably shows light,
3 arrested again last evening. Ha
was In n very advanced stage of Into.v
Irttlon nnd the police officers who
mode the arrest had their hands full
Letting the man to the police station
' l'" arrival there, he was turned over
lo the tender enro of Jim Kiiplhe, the'
j; native officer who was made turn-
liej some time ago.
Hennessy showed light as soon ns
h" had got as far as (he door leading
to the yard below. He caught hold of
ih. lmtiVf tnrnknv nnd would
j "' ' ?"" o tle that
'followed. Hennessy took one of Dig
Jim's lingers between his teeth
lit clear to tho hone.
This morning when Hennessy
Ipeaied In the Police Court with
the handle his prisoner verv centlv nfter
be had had his flngei bitten.
Hennessy was asked what had been
done and he. too, refused to say any
thing. repl)lng to the questions asked
that the whole thing was his fault and
that he got what he deserved.
WILL SPEAK TO Kl G.
Ilrown, the pasBenger from the Col
onics who had thu encounter here
v !th the Custom Housu officers some
months ngo, about whom there were
all manner of stories of mesmerism
ano "goo-goo ces" and who declared
he would lay beforo all British author
ities his treatment by thu Custom
IIouso officers, Is again in town, fie
siys ho Is going to England to view
the coronation and that while there
ho will speak to KinlTSiTward himself
about his having been refused a land
ing by the Custom House officials. "I
v. Ill mako them sotry lor what they
fllci,-" said Drown.
Read the Bulletin. W per year.
S. S. VENTURA, MAY 6,
Next express steamer to the Coast
Wells, Fargo & Co, Express
TEL. MAIN 1S9.
Masonic Temple, with Amerlcjh
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Tho undersigned having been duly
upiiolntcd Administrator of the EMnto
of A. II. Scrlmegour. Into of Honolulu.
Hand of Oahu, deceased, notice Is
hereby given io all persons to present
tieir claims against said Estate, duly
authenticated, whether secured by
nicrtgage or otherwise, to the under
Mgued at his oilicc, 137 Merchant St.,
Honolulu aforesaid, within six months
fiom tho date of this notice, or tney
will bo forover barred,
137 Merchant St., Administrator of the
Estate of A. R. Scrlmegour, De
ceased. Dated, Honolulu, May 7, 1902.
2141 May 7, 14, 28; Juno 4.
vVednesday, May 7,
O. S. S. Ventura, llnyvvnrd, fmm
Sidney (April 22), Auckland (April
2i'.( and I'ago I'ago (April Ci), with
69 tons of cargo for Honolulu and 290
tons In transit; C passengers for Ho
nolulu and 208 In transit; docked nt
channel wharf at 1 a, m.; sails foi
San Francisco at 3 p. m. today.
Stmr. Mlkahala, Greene, from ivo-
loa, at 4:45 a. m with 4809 bags of
Stmr. Walaleale, Plltz, from Anaho
la, at CIO a. m., with 341G bags of
Tuesday, May 0.
Stmr. Klnau, FreemaD, for Hllo and
way ports, at S p. tn.
Stmr. Claudlne, Parker, for ' Maul
port, nt 6 p. m.
Stmr. W. O. Hall, S. Thompson, for
Ki.ual ports, at S p. a.
Stmr. Nllhau, W. Thompson, for
Ilnnamautii, Koloa, Walmen and Aim
klnl, at 5 p. m. a
Schr. Chas. Levi Woodbury, HarrK
for Hllo, at 5 p. m.
Stmr, Manna I.oa, 8lmerson, for La-
halna. Maalaea, Kona and Kau ports,
nt 3 p. m.
O. S. S. Ventura, Hayward, for San
Francisco, from the channel wharf, at
" p m.; ordinary mall rinses at 2 p.m,
Stmr. Iwalanl, Gregory, for Kllauea,
at 5 p. m.
Stmr. Walaleale. Plltz, for -Anahola
nt 5 p. in.
C.-A. S. S. Mlow era,, Hemming, from
Sydney. Urlsbane and Suva,
O. S. H. Sonoma, Van Otercndorp,
from San Francisco.
For Hllo and way ports, per stmr.
Klnau, May 0. Mrs. Jack6on nnd throe
children, L, C. Lyman and wife, C.
KaUer, L. M. Whltehouso. Palmer
woods, C. Streckenwald, F. W. Tay
lor. O. W. Carr. Mrs. William Lid
gate, "Denver" Ed. Smith nnd wife,
W. F. Drake, Rev. 1). Kaal. Mrs. In
lean. For Maul ports, per stmr. Claudlne,
May C F. A. Potter and wife, .Mrs.
J. I). Holt Jr. and child. Miss Hart
veil, W. T. Robinson. A. N. Kcpol
kai. For Knual ports, per stmr. W. O.
Hall. May C E. P. Janes, M. K.
T'tusser and wife, Mr. Fisher, II. Ha
inano, Wong Cliong, T. L. Zeller nnd
w'fe and two children; B. K. Boyden,
K. Nellson, L. E. Wilcox, J. P.
From Kauai. pr stmr. Mlkahala,
Mny 7. Mr. and Mrs. Ah Ko, C. 1).
ICnmpnso. Dr. W. J. Goodhue. M. S.
I?i pente, Mr. Johnson, Mr. Kaufman
mid 3S deck.
From Sydney, Auckland nnd Pago
, P.igo, per O. S. S. Ventura, Mny 7.
For Honolulu From Sydney: Mrs. F.
jC. Peirlman, Ignai Goldeburg; from
Pago Pago: Miss M. A. Werilli, John
, W. Hamilton. Miss Lilly Foster, I. M.
..Mr. Malum. In transit from Sydney
W. Moss. S. Mnlouf, William Kldd,
, Jno. Peek, Chas. Selden, ChaB. Thomp
son, Major General i.ord Donne and
Keivant Col. John Hothnm and ser
mit. Col. J. L. limit. Captain Ulysses
Ccir nnd servant, Alan Anderson, T.
II. Buckley, Miss Inez Bensussan,
Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Cadell. Miss Hll
Ici.i Cadell, F Croaker, Mr. anfl Mrs.
Ill E. Cohen, James Duncan. W.' L.
I Harwell. Miss E. C. Harwell, Miss L.
I'nrwell, Wm. Fletcher. W. E. Fisher,
Adam Forsyth, R. W. Fenton, Hamil
ton E. Gordon, Mrs. M. Gunther, Miss
jh. Galhigham, S. P. Hogg, Mr. und
I M- P. F. Hart and Infant. Mr. and
Mi. Stanley, Mr. and Mrs. G. John
son, Peter Kleems, Mr. and Mrs. J.
L.i vhr, Miss F. E. Lewis, Miss A. L.
Di'lmer, It. Morrison, Malcolm Mc
Lean, Miss M. C. Mngarey, C. S.
Pnnnell, Mr. and Mrs. U. Rlance and
cr(ld, H. Russell. T. Rathborne, Mrs.
!,. Ross Reld, Mr. and Mrs. A. R. G.
Sasse, Mies L. It. Skene. Rudolph
Schneider, G. II. Short, Mr. niul Mrs.
H. J, Somerset and Infant, W.
Straughan, Mrs. M. Thompson, Miss
E. V. Urldge. F. Wlttenoom, Austin
Bigg, a. B. Chapman. C. Elynskl, E.
r'sher. A. Brown, Mr. and Mrs. O. E.
Blackman, J. M. Caldwell, Mr. and
Mrs. W. Fehr and child, E. II. Frank
lin, J. Mulquecny, Mr. and Mrs. R.
MeKenile, M. C. McDermott. J. W.
Kell, Mr. and Mrs, H. Selllck, Tatrlck
Gready. E. Jensen, J. II. Lawrence,
E Mehner, O. Gocher, Mr. and Mrs.
C. K. Gocher nnd five children, A, I
Gorman, Mr. and Mrs. J. Hodgens
und child, W. H. Rlano. D. Taylor,!
1 . H. Thomas, J. B. 'Trcmbl. Trom '
AucklanU Thos. Mourane, Wm. Pal
n.er, B. Symon. J, B. Stanton, M.
Sweeney, F. Armstrong", W. P. Brown,
W. dimming, J. B. Drlnkwatcr, Al
I red Grey. R. K. Brown, Wm. Barr, G.
Cnnfetorphlne, Mr. nnd Mrs. C. Callag
lirn und three children, Miss M. Clark,
P. Talljanilch, C. II. West, Henry
Wills, II. J. Wright, Simon UJdur, E.
a. Hone, P. Jerkovlch. R. Kashuovlch,
Thomas Lee, W. L. Mnlonoy, Jo's.
Cbumbers, J. A. Craft, Mr. nnd Mrs.
J. II. Fiethey and child, J. R. Flan,
S. II. Home, C. 11. Heywood. N. C.
Hi llesen, Miss C. I) Kirk. Miss M.
M. Lnrsh, T. B. Pearson, Mr. and
Mrs. J. 'Slate and Ave children. Miss
E. Mate, Mr. njid Mrs. A. MeLachlan,
Mrs. M. Multmnn, Miss Annie Mult
num. T'lss Clnia Multmnn. Mr and
Vrs. D. Robertson, Mr. and Mrs. C.
Itawson, Mr. nnd Mrs. T. de Schryver,
V,'. W. Shaw, H. II. Street. Mr. and
Mrs. W. II. Tlsdnll, Mr. and Mrs. J.
Waller, Mr. and MrB. U. A. Rltson,
W. & M., Ltd, W. & M.,
THIS WEEK we offer you a roupto of dozen very beautiful Jackets and
gtwns of silk and satin, which have tome to us as samples of thj skill of
n famous New York ladles' tailor. Being samples, they arc, of course, espe
cially well made that's human nature.
We don't Intend to carry the line. Wo haven't room. We must do one
of two things, either send back these samples fir sell them at actual cost.
S ,all we send them back? It's up to jou.
1 CREAM SILK JACKET with Normandy lace Insertion,
trlmmeil with' black velvet rlbboi $15.00
1 PINK CHINA SILK HOUSE JACKET, with lace ap
pllquo trimming 10.00
1 BLUE CHINA SILK HOUSE JACKET with Venlsoln.
1 PINK CHINA SILK JACKETwIth applique trimming.. 9.00
1 RINK CHINA SILK EMPIRE GOWN trimmed with ap-
pltquand ribbon 15.00
1 BLUE CHINA SILK EMPIRE GOWN trimmed with
Normandy laco 15.00
1 PINK and WHITE SILK STRIPED CHALLIE EMPIRE
GOWN trimmed with black velvet ribbon 12.50
1 BLUE and WHITE 8ILK STRIPED CHALLIE EMPIRE
GOWN with applique trimming 12.50
1 BLUE FOULARD DRESS with laco applique 25.00
1 BLACK TAFFETA SILK SKIRT 15.00
r WHITE LAWN DRESS trimmed with Valenciennes
laro and ribbon and with tucked yoke 12.50
1 WHITE POINT d'ESPRIT DRESS, tucked waistband
skirt trimmed with white satin ribbon 25.00
1 WHITE POINT d'ESPRIT DRESS trimmed with ruf
fles and edged with whlto satin, ribbon, nllover laco
yoke . 25.00
J. R. Rltson Mis Grace Rltson, Mr..
and Mrs J E H Spencer, child and yj
mnld; C A Wilkinson, Mr. and Mrs. Jj
A. F Young. Mr., and Mrs. A. Athas, !)j
Miss Elhle Athas, J. M. Brlgham, C. Ji
ll. Crump Mr. and Mrs. E. II. ClagevV
r.nu two children. Master C. A. Clage. (
Miss Mary V Clage, Miss Mary Price, j.
L. P Chapman, George Gow, Jas. II. SI
Gunson. Otto Harms, Miss J. E. Hen- sj
son, Rev Father Hegarty, u. jonn- ;,
non. Mr and Mis. F. II. Lowry, Mrs. J
I . Leary. Masters D. and E. I.eary
From Pago Pago C. M. Smith.
Fnr Sun Fr.lnel-,efl. ner O. S. S. Vcn- l't
"- - . i'I
turn, Mi) ". Bishop Mi hols, .Miss
Nlchulh Mrs T X. Kay and child,
Rev. O Tompkins and wife. J F
rlorgan Dr and Mis. Hodghis, Misses
S). nnd . Macquarile, George W.
fcreni'iT mil wlf. Mrs. F. R. Wlnslow
X'lss M Prune, John A. Buck. A
Morrison at.il wile. Capt. Matron
nod daughter Mli-s Campbell. J. F.
Ccffey C F Helm, wife and dauglv
ter; T. E Hudson John Stewart, W. 'Jj.
O. Smith R E. Wattlngford, J. N. A
Wnttlngford A. O. Ilenjnuilu. Miss
Mao Landegon A. E. Soheldlcker and J
w'fe. M D Vauvelles, J.J. Sullivan, Jl
K. J Cotton W. It. Davles, C. A. (
lleibert Frederick Holmeck. J. Mur- !,'
ray. Mm Emma Westrop". Mrs. S.
Jr.nes, Mif N'lstwltz and child. F.
Hanson, wif and child; 3. A. Butter
field, Mrs J I Murphy A. J West
nipo ami wif- P D. Day. Edward
Brown, Edward C Anslean. Miss A.
BuidUon tm children.
For Want Column See Page Six
WANT IT" Tnat ilaik, rich color
your bait uW to have? Easy
enough i'v Par hero's Dandruff
Killer At ! nlin Raiber Shop.
COTTAGE TO RENT Corner Klnau
nnd Peafiiola Sts. Inrpilre of Wm.
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21 11-21 '
("OR SALE I
now, wib b
this oXti i
;0i phaeton, almoit
II for $190. Enqulie
NEW - TO-DAY
A speciil meeting of tho mouthers
of the Healani Yacht und lloat Club
will be at'll at fiie club house this
evening, May 7th, 1!U2, at 7:30 o'clock.
Important biisluebs; consideration
of lockeru, Improvements to building
and rowtun C. C. RHODES.
AH PAT & CO.,
1236 Fort St,. above Orpheum.
MERC HA NT TAILORS.
AH PAT eipiTt ruttijf, lat'e foreman
J. D. Treghiau, Suits latest styles and
Good fit. Cleaning and repairing.
Jas. T. Taylor
CIVIL ANO HYDRAULIC ENGINEER
3Qn Judd Building.
Telephone Main 294.
1000 shailHH MUST bo sold at once
from 25c up.
SHADES AT HALF-PRICE,
50c shades reduced to 25c.
75c shades reduced to 35c.
$1.50 Bhade.-, reduced to 75c.
L S. Mathews,
710 Fort Street, Orpheum Block.
Ltd, W. & M Ltd.
The Remnant Sale continues another
week. The bargains are by no means
all gone yet.
MAY 8 to 26, 1902
The Great Dramatic Event
A brief season of 12 perform
ances only and first appear
ances tn Honolulu of the eml
nent actor, Mr.
i Frederick Warde
and his distinguished organlza
tlon, who will present the fol
Thursday MAY 8 Night
Saturday MAY 10 Matinee
Satutdny MAY 10 Night
Tuesday MAY 13 Night
Thursday MAY 15 Night
Program for other Krltirtiiaitce wil
1 tlnl aiHmumed Curtain, nllit at
hptu ltiatp. Carriages ma) 1 uidcrnl
ut in su
Complete Stenic Production, armour,
costume, etc , iK-ciallv brouclii yr eiuh
play AhoMr nnle orlglnat nuppnrt
IhiC enmpftti), inrtiutiw; Mnvs Charle
1) Herman, Hirr JMmsinno llarr C,
Martoti, I'rancls I) MtCimi, John V.
ll)Me, Mlhc Autiouette Ashton Virginia
Drew Trt-K-ott, Ma Warde, Alleen Her
telle. antl 15 other
SfAI.i; Ol' PRtCIIS Kntlte lower
floor, Ji 50, I'anitlv Circle, except I rot it
Ut, $1 on Kotes, f looo, Bovei, J1500.
Keiitilar &i!col tickets now oh.ii at Wall,
Nit hid Co No Seal field after 11 o'cloik
ofthela ol the performance unlet paid
for h thtttlme
Every evening during the week except
THE FUNNIEST YEJ
A ROARING COMEDY DRAMA.
NEW YORK DAY BY DAY,
THURSDAY and FRIDAY
DR. JEKYLUND MR. HYDE
6ATURDAY MATINBCand NIGHT
A NUTMEG MATCH
O'pheum Popular Prices 25c, 50c, 75o
MATINEE PRICES 15c and 25c.
Sealed Tenders will be received by
the Superintendent of Public Works
until 12 in. of Satutday, June 1st. 1902,
for furnishing the Depaitment of Pub
lic Works with 250 p. ,e.
Specifications on file in office of Su
peilntendent of Public Works.
ThoSuperlntcndent reserves tha
vii'ht to leject any or all bids.
JAMES II. BOYD,
Superintendent of Public WorkB.
The latest concerning Mr. Bryan In
the announcement that he will be fu
sion candidate for the Governor of Ne
braska. It Is a zeio day when Mr. Dry
ail's name does not appear upon some
portion of the political olio.
Auction Sale of
On THURSDAY, MAY 8,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A, M.
At my salesroom, C5 Queen street, I
will sell at Public Auction
A Newhall Squaro l'lano, In very.
Jas- F. Morgan.
On THURSDAY, MAY 8,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.
At my salesroom. 65 Queen street, I
will sell at Public Auction a very largo
quantity of the following goods, most
of which are absolutely new and guar
anteed to be In good order:
Undershirts, Ovcrshlrts, Stationery,
Rubber Combs, etc.,
Assorted Canned Meats, Fruits,
Starch, Soap and other Groceries,
wow Crockery, New Washboards,
New Kitchen Tables, New Rugs,
New Plctuies, Beds, Bureaus,
Washstands, Dining Tables,
Ico Boxes, Rockers, Chairs, Matting,
Sewing Machine, Wardrobe,
Nets. Wire Cots,
Towels, Bed Spreads, Pillow Slips,
Napkins and Tablecloths.
Also a few WATCHES and CLOCKS
In perfect ordr.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
STOCK OF GOODS
On SATURDAY, MAY Will,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M
At my salesroom, Co Queen street, I
will sell at Public Auction tho follow
Ii? stock of goods:
Assorted Canned I'mlts nnd Meats,
Dried Apples, Deans, Codfish,
Ilolled Oats, Laid Oil, Cornstarch,
Vlnesar. Paper Dai?3, Brooms,
Store Scales, Ice llox, Counters,
Tables. Dough Mixing Trough,
JAS. F. MORGAN.
Wagons and Horses
On SATURDAY, MAY lOM,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At my salesroom, 05 Queen street, I
will sell at Public Auction
Two Bakery Wagons,
Ono Express Wngon
And Two Horses.
I have for Bale n. quantity of Saner
b'unncn In good order. Sold in quan
tities to suit.
Jas. F. Morgan,
03 QUEEN STREET.
FOR SALE ! !
HERE ARE BARGAINS
FIRST I offer nt Prlvato Sale,
premises on Bcratanla street, adjoin
ing residenco of C, Hustaco Esq.; 130
feet on Ucretanla street, 171 feet
deep; prlco $9000; one-half caBli, bal
ance on mortgage 7 1-2 per cent.
SECOND Premises' 259 Klnau St.,
nt present occupied by Mr. A. Lucas,
i-ropcrty has a frontage on Klnau St.
(.(,115 feet and a depth of 112 feet.
Dwelling comprlseB'three Bedrooms,
Parlor, Dining room. Kitchen, Dath,
laigo Carriage IIouso. Prlco $4500,
Terms, ono-half cash; balanoe, on
mortgago at 7 1-2 per cent net. Tho lot
has a right of way ontranco to Dero
THIRD Premises on Klnau St. ad
joining lot 2. Frontago on Klnau St.
106 feet, depth 121 feet.
Hoomy dwelling on the lot. Prlco I
$1000. One-half cash, balance on '
moitgagi) at 7 1-2 per cent net. Has
rlKht of way to Derctanla St.
Further particulars of
JAS. F. MORGAN.
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