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tldlous beef epicures. Oh, tho Julio' Dest spring tonic known
While ordering remember wo atho agents for that delicious
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ANTS. Kills tboso that como In and Iceps others from coming. Every
housekeeper should havo a sample box to use; no danger from poison.
TRY A BOX. PRICE 25e.
HONOLULU DRUG STORE, aghnts.
or P. O. BOX 330.
Lovers of that delicious am
her colored tea of excellent fla
vor should try our
Wo mix It ourselves from on
old rcclpo and havo heard noth
ing hut pralso from thoso who
uso It. ,
65 cents the pound.
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according to tho opinions
of physicians and food ex
perts, wo havo all tho best
of the many breakfast
foods now on tho market.
There Is one that has be
come the most popular of
all foods simply because
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quickly and satisfactorily.
Come and vva'll tell you
confidentially which will
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Golden Rule Bazaar
156 Hotel Street
Tho man of sense Is ho who best
preserves thoso faculties with which
Nnturo has endowed him.
Ho may "hato to wear glasses," but
sentiment Is not sense.
OlaascB aro not always an evidence
pf weak eyes, but rather of strong In
Men and women of strength, both
mental and physical, wear them for
the "preservation of nervo forco and
vitality, as much as for tho hotter.
ment of vision.
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oston Building, Fort 8treot
Over May & Co.
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'JULIUS CAESAR" TONIGHT
It will lo a source of pleasure to the
students of Shakespeare, to loarn that
the distinguished tragedian rredcrick
Warde, will present thai sublime tiaclr
play, "Julius Caesar" tonight at tin
Opera House. It wan first published In
1G23, hut the date In which Shakes
peare Is ruppoi-cd to have wrltlci. It,
appears to be In doubt. It has lison
variously stated by Shakespearean
w liters According to Malonc. it could
net have appeared before lf07. Though
It must have been acted before 1C03
Knight (one of the leading authorities)
believes It to be one of the latest works
of Shakespeare while Cralk conies to ' ' ,r -w - JO" wo'," euargrn
the conclusion that It "can hardl lelth assault and battery on J. Pachu
assigned to a later date than tho jear eo, was discharged.
1C07. but there Is nothing to proc jjlss Nelllo McLennan was n through
that It may not bo of considerably pn,9enger from San rranclso In the
eailler date." White Infers from tho sn0nia, bound for her home In Tonga
stle that It was probably brought out wucrc irr father, formerly of Hono
between 1C05 and K.08. (Jervlnus do- ,, u roynl court ,nj.8can. The
cldes that It was composed before 1003.o,m(S inJy i,aa Bronn nt0 handsome
about the same time as "Hamlet;" unit BUll stately-looking womanhood.
headd,ihauhl8ls"connrmednotonly Cmrt hg foIpnoon
by the frequent external refcrenies to' , , . ,, ,,, ... . ,.
Caesar' which we find In ll.un- K"bcrl T'- Kolllaa wns commuted to
let- but still more by the inner rcla- "10 clrcult c,,,lrl "' l,le """ of lar
tlons of the two plass." More recently ceny In tho second degree. ThonatUo
(In his folio edition of Shakespeare,
18ti) Halllwell has shown that It wua
written 'In or before the year 1G01."
IIunecr, be this as it may, there Is no
question but that Shakespeare appears!
to have derived his materials for thU
play, from Sir Thomas North's version
of Plutarch's Lives (translated from
the Trench by Amyot) llrst published
In ir.TK. from tho best authorities It Is
stated that ho followed this Bourcc
closely, not only In the main Incidents,
but often In the minutest details of the
action. Gervinus In writing of "Ju
lius Caesar." said In part: "the fidelity
of Shnkespearo to his source Justifies
us In saying that he has but copied the
historical text. It Is at the same tlmn
wonderful with what bidden and al
most undlscernlble pocr he has cpn-
cried the text Into a drama, and triad a
one of tlii most cffectlvo plays possible.
Nowhere else has Shakcspeuro execut
ed his task with such simple skill,
combining his dependence on history
with the greatest freedom of a poetla
plan, and making the truest history, at
once the freest drama."
Mr. Warde will enact his famous cre
ation. Marc Anthony, which Charles D.
Herman plays Ilrutus, ami Harry
Johnstone, Casslus. These nre the
strong parts of the play, and It Is
doubtful If these characters hao ever
been better played at anv time. Mr,
Warde brings a magnificent scenic rro
ductlon, especially goten up for this
classic revival. "The MountebunL" Is
being played at the matinee today.
Oswego N. Y May 1. The wages o(
230 emplojes or tho New York Cen
tral shops In this city, hac been ad
vanced ten to forty cents per day. Tho
monthly salaries of tho operators, sta
tion agents and yard clerks of the
Home. Watrrtown & Ogdensburg dlI
slons have been advanced J5 to $10,
according to the length of rcrvlce and
A NUTMEG MATCH
Tonight at tho Orphoum tho Ello
ords will present a.jnthcr of William
MnworthH plays, "A Nutmeg Match.
Tho play has been beforii tho public
for the past ten jenrs Hid has made
abundance of money for I'.s author. It
Ik on tho farco comely i rdcr with Just
e'loimh of pnthos J ml sensation to
make the plot Interesting. Tho en
lire company havo parts to their Ilk
Ini". Next week will positively be tho
lrn of this popular company's engage
nirnt in Honolulu.
A series of inter-scholastic gamcj
has been arranged to be played as fol
lows: May 1C High School vs. I'unahou.
May 23 Kamehamehas vs. Punahou.
May 30 High School vs. Kamehnmo
At the end of these ganic3 the l.n
leading teams will play a scries of befet
two In three gardes to decide the Inter
scholastic championship .
MR. LOWDEN'S TOUR.
Office of Hvenlns Bulletin, Honolulu,
Ilear Sir' Kindly forward our
Bulletin to London, England, caro
Hongkong and Shanghai Hank
Your rapcr has followed us through
Jap"an. rillllpplues, Australia and Chi
In ono week we sail for London and
hope to find our old friend Tho Hullo,
tin, awaiting us there.
Hongkong .China. April 13. 1902
Thins from the United States Coast
and Geodetic Survey Tables.
Read the Bulletin. $1 per year.
Sealed pioposals for fire hose appears
on page 8.
Lady servant wanted. Sec ad under
Mr anOfrs. C. II. Jennlng nre back
Gentlemen, refresh ourselves at tho
I'll st National Saloon.
Fred J. Cross was licensed today to
practice law In the district courts.
Mrs. C. H. Cooper returned In tho
Kinau to'day after a short visit at Ulu
Alt cricketers are requested to ho In
the Maklkl field for cricket this nfter
(icon at 2:30 p. m.
Gomes & McTlghc, tho liquor deal
ers, deliver orders to any part of the
city free. Tel. Main 140.
High Sheriff A. M. Brown and Mrs.
frown wcro anions the passengers
tiorn Hllo In tho Klnau today.
Bourbon Whiskey, 6 jears old, $3.50;
Claret, 50 cents; Sherry and Tokay, 73
cents a gallon at Ilnrfscbtacgcr Co.'s,
King street. -
The ship Arthur Sownll Is anchored
outside the harbor, preparatory to sail
Ing for New Yin's with oDOO tons of
h'lgar. She Is waiting for a secnnit
mate and one or two sailors.
Willie I'orr"st was arrested again
jestcrday on tne cVforgo of larceny hi
the second degree. His case has been
war caught by Captain Mowers of tho1
Merchants' Patrol after very careful
iletectlvo work. I
The contrail for the ercctloil of oIL
tanks at Iwllcl has been let to the
Honolulu Iron Works and the work Is
expected to be caraplctH by September.
(I. II linker has been appointed agent
for the Pacific Oil and Tianspoitatlon
Company, and will superintend the
work. Tho tanks will bo of 2.V000 ami
35,000 barrels capjcltly lespecttvely,
and tho cost of erection will be about
$15,000. Oil will be supplied not only to
the plantations lit n also to the Oceanic
steamers when they am equipped with
machinery for tho use of oil as fuel.
Christian church. Alakea street, near
King. E. 8. Muckly, pastor, 1214 IW1
der avenue. Tho subject of morning
sermon Is "Tho Churih, Preacrvntlvo
and Llfc-glUng Influence In th
World," This Is tho second of the sc
rles on "The Sermon on the Mount.'
May series of Sunday evening Gospel
addresses at 7:30 p. m. on "The Condi
tions of Success." MI43 Iota Harbor will
play a violin solo agln at the sen Ice.
Ulble school at 9:43 a, m.; Junior so
ciety at 3:30 p, m.; Senior society at
6:30 p. m. A cordial Invitation Is ex
tended to all to attend any of these
DANISH loir. oAlE
I il KEF RATIFIED
Copenhagen. May I -'I he secret ses
sion of the I.indsthlng today wjs not
productUe of definite action, regarding
tho Danish Wcht India Islands tieaty,
but a vote was taken at the cUhmi 01
the sitting, indicated a determination
on the part of tho majority 10 postpone
ratification of the treaty till after a
plebiscite of the Islands had been tak
en, Tho vote means tho rejection ui
the proposal of the Folksthlng anjl ne
cessitates u conference.
The discussion is engendering an la
tenso partisan feeling In all circles
which Is vigorously used to keep ,'-th
sides firm Tho Opposition hope a 10
hold together long enough to force the
rejection of the treaty but the faith
of leading pro-sulers In Its ratlllc.ulou
s still strong
Tho cricketers were stricken with
some consternation this morning w hen
they heard that 'llob" Audi 1 son, their
rl.olco for captain of tho lenguo, will
1 inbnbly resign from this position, as
he does not think ho will bu ablo lo
ret away fiom his woik on Satuiday
ullcrnoon sufficiently early to attend
the games. Hob, who Is a bookkeeper
in n locnl tlrm, Is an enthusiastic clck'
e tor and the decided choice of his fel
low cricketers for captain.
Raid a prominent cricketer this
morning: "It Beoms a pity that work
on an afternoon which by all rights
ought to ho a half holiday, should pro
vent Mr. Anderson from taking tiio
lost of honor offered him. Tho prin
cipals of tho firm In which he Is cm
poyed aro In fnvor of a half holiday
Saturdays, but they do not wish to
tloso business for tho afternoon unless
ihc other firms do so. 1-nst year thero
wt,r a movement on foot to havo n half
holiday on Satuiday In order to give
the clerks a (banco to Indulgo In sport.
An agreement to this effect was reach
ed and larrled out for a while, but
was boon broken In snmo eases by tho
my firms which had seemed to bo
tlin Btatmcbest Mippoitcis of the
William A. I'eirlnn, delegate of the
New York Iron Moulders' Union and
Civil Servlco Commissioner, saa mem
bers of tho Union with gray hair have
been compelled to dc their hair to ob
Is what every customer receives who wears a pair
of our "11 A VAN" CORONA COLT OXFORDS.
This men's new ilress Oxford is the latest creation
in an up-to-date dress shoe, full of snap, full of stlc,
full of comfort.
The stock and stlc of these arc purely "Italian"'
and are proving good, easy setters.
WHEN IT GOMES TO VEHICLES
there is nothing like a
Honest dental work
at honest prices
Tho Now York Dcntnl Parlors are
under new management and nre turn
ing out tho best kind of dental work
known to tho profession at tho lowest
prices over Lnorn In Honolulu.
Hach department In charge of a spe
cialist and our operatejrs uro graduate
dentists of tho best-recognized schools
In tho U. S. or tho world.
Wo havo a larger stafT than nny oth
er dcntnl oftlco In tho city; wo have
tho Ik-sI plato workers, crown and
brldgo specialists, ami In fart all
branches of dentistry as practiced by
us aio strictly up to dato.
Wo can savo you money on jour den-
tnl work. Wo will tell you In advance
exactly what your work will lost by
a frco examination.
SET TEETH $5.00
GOLD CROWNS $5.00
GOLD FILLINGS J1.00
SILVER FILLINGS 60c
All our Instruments aio thoroughly
steiillzed before uso.
New York Dental Parlors,
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