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SUNDAY BULLETIN. HONOLULU. H. T., SUNDAY. MAY 11. 102.
Latest Creations in Children's Muslin
Hats and Embroidery Caps
Wo haven't neglected the children In our now lmporUtlonB not
by any means, but have Just opened an Immense assortment
or MUSLIN HATS and EMBROIDERY CAP8 that are Just the right
thtug for warm weather. All the newest effects and colorings. While
Light Blue, Pink and Cardinal will set off the bright faces nnd prettv
cutis In line shape.
Lace and embroidery trim
med. 75c and Upwards
SILK MULL HATS
In light blue, pink and cardinal.
Yory dressy. Variety of price's
all very low.
Lace, Muslin nnd Silk Bonnets,
In great variety.
A splendid assortment In lata
and embroidery effects, in whlto
and dcllcato shados. Prlcci
A new assortment, alt sizes, lace
and embroidery trimmed.
25c and Upwards
Our immense selling of shirt
waists all last week speaks for
their popularity, for style,
quality, finish and low prices
there are nono to compete with
Full lino of bIzcs still In
stock. Don't miss them this
In lancy stripes pialds and solid
colors, a full line of Satin liber
ty rlbbonB. In all colors from
New Silk Applique Trimming VERY LATEST IN BELTS
THE FOSTER HOSE SUPPORTER
The only correct supporter; ft Is a natural body brace, giving
rest and comfort to the wearer Iho belt of the supporter exerts a
gentle pressure on the sides of the waist making It round. It has no
metal parts to mar or tear tho corsets and Is In every respect a per
fect supporter. Ask to sco tboni. New goods are arrlUng by every
DRY GOOD 8 COMPANY. LTD.
DON'T GO ON WORRYING
With Inferior or needlessly expensive Illumination In jour homo.
There Is absolutely no occasion for It. Thousands of housokoop
ers throughout the Islands have removed this annoylns problem
entirely by acquainting themselves with the Ideal perfect light for
the home. It is as brilliant as gas or electricity, never smokes,
smells or gives any trouble. Is lighted and extinguished as easily
as gas, and burns but Uttlo kerosene oil. Our catalog shews all .
styles from $1.80 up, and Is sent for the asking.
Theo. H. Davies & Co., Ltd.
.Japanese Provisions, etc.
MAQOON BLOCK, MEROHANT hTREET.
, O- IB02C 886 IsJLoJLxi.
Ellefords Give Excellent Scenic
EFFECTS IN THE "NUTMEG MATCH."
Good Comedy Play for Last Week
Tho Ellefords played "A Nutmeg
Match" last night at the Orphcum to a
crowded house. Tho play Is tho best
comedy drama yet gUen by this ex
cellent company, nnd every climax
vnn received with profuse applause.
All the principals had parts In
which they shdwed to adantage.
Little Watson, tho comedian, was
simply Immense, his ovcry appearance
P'oduclng a good hearty laugh. Tho
scenic display was faultncss and tbo
practical plledrlvcr true to life. The
Bccnes where the hero is placed un
der the descending hammer and w
SCENE FROM "MY WIFE'S BABY."
n i cued In the nick of time by CltuWs s'Uvcly be the Tast week of the Ellc-
ras most realistic nnd received four folds. On Tuesday and Wednesday
curtains. n standard comedy, "My Wife's Haby"
On Monday evening the sajne hill v. Hi be Riven. On Thursday, Friday
All' be presented. This week will po' efli? Saturday matinee, "Mttle Lord
oooooo o o-o-ooo-oooc-ooo o oooooo
roiintleroy." with Daby Lillian In tho
title role. On Saturday evening "New
Vi rk. Day nnd Night. At the Safir
day mnllnee a souvenir program will
le given to every one attending.
Following are the late arrivals at the
Miss Fox utrangoways, England; I.
Krafts, Manila; F J Frank, Chicago;
(leo. W. Bcccner, Wntertonn, N. Y.;
v.". J Ahem, Melbourne; THr. and Mrs.
B I' Andrncs, Sydney; Ml. and Mrs.
A Van Nooedlcr, London; K. Math
ens, China; N. Ilnrwood, Locmlnster,
Mass.; II., A. Miilllken, Fremont,
Neb.; a. Jl. MacKenzle. (Ilasgow;
Chns. A. Collcn nnd wife. Vaterbury:
Mr. nnd Miss Loulson. New Zealand;
J. C. Loclnson. New Zealand; Mrs.
C. I. Huntion, Miss Thayer, New
Ymk; K. O. Stcadman, Hongkong;
Kir. and Mrs. A. Abld. Misses Abld,
Cullompton; A. J. McCord, Manila;
Mr Meyer, Mr. Illlsb. Mr. lloscnfeld,
Mr Haskell, Mr. Hobblns, O. F
i ohloetcnrK, oft Nippon Maru; Car-
lies Canry, off Nippon Maru; A. .1
Rosenthal. Chicago; C. N. 8plero, that the first three acts of "King
Son 1'innclsco; T. ltlchard, Robinson, Liar" aio Shukespcate's great master
lion.; C. S. Kunpaff. Grey S. Hep- , leCcs In the logic of passion; that
'GREAT PRODUCTION BY
I FREDERICK WARDE
Shakespeare's Master-pieces in the
. Logic of Passion Will Be Very
Handsomely Prcduced in
The revivals of the old time classi
cal plays, this season, by the distin
guished tragedian Frederick Warde,
,iHs been meeting with the greatest
H'lttrHs. Prominent in his lepertolre Is
that grand Shnltcspcaicau drama.
"King Lear." It has been Justly said
mm i son
The May meeting of the Huckeje
Club will bo held at the residence nt
Dr C Lll Oarvln, 1544 Kmma street,
next to Governor Dolo's residence, to
morrow evening. May 12 .
At the last meeting of the lluckeyc
Club It was decided that the May meet
ing should be commemorative of tho
life nnd character of General I' S.
Grant, the greatest son of Ohio. Grunt's
birthday anniversary falls on April 27,
so the committee In charge announces
that short talks or addresses will be
made as follows:
"Grant, the Man nnd Stntesman,"
Itev. W. II. Hlcc; "Grant, tho Soldier."
Edwin S. Gill; "Personal Reminiscen
ces of Grant," Cnpt. U. S. G. White ol
tho Navy and Representative Dickey,
"Grant's Tour of the World," Dr. W.
Music will be furnished by Mis. M. I..
Whitney, who will render a piano solo,
nnd by Mrs. Fred Sackwltz, recently
fiom Cleveland, Ohio, who will render
one or two vocal solos.
with, U S, N.; F. Mclchers, Ksfclst,
G-rnmny; Robert A. Scott, Scotland,
Aithur Turner, Knglnnd; II. II. Rob
liu.on, Liverpool; P. W. Dmndslt. Ed
g.u Cockell. London Mrs. Win. F. Her
in. Miss Herrtn and maid,
Merrill, blaster Hcrrln, Mrs,
Van Cllef, San Francisco; Wm, II. Da
vie Oakltrml; Mr. and Mrs. II. S. God
frey, Now York; Geo. D. Gear, Hono
lulu; J. W. Dougherty, New York; A.
they contain tho highest examples,
not only of the lone of Individual pas
uion, but of Its dramatic vlclbsltudcs
nnd striking effects arising from thu
inherent circumstances nud charnct-
Mlss A. t.rs 0f the persons speaking. One sees
II A. flu. lih mill Mtiw iif tin. fi-nllnrr. ltd
rouses and foverlsh starts, Its Impa
tient u of opposition, its accumulating
force when It has time to recollect It
self, the manner In which It avails It'
W. Mosselmans, Tho llagun; -Jerome st,f of c,cry ,)asgnB woril or Ke8ture(
General Merchandise. Di-y Goods, Groceries'
A'axandre, New York; Capt. John P
IMInes. U. S. A.I Mr. nnd Mrs. T. A.
Shu Jr.. Chicago; Geo. W. Nevlllo
and wife, Geo. Chalmers, Walmannlo;
(.ic. Glob. Nawiliwlll; K. W. Johnson,
H. Nussch, London; Mr. nnd Mrs. T.
II. Lovvrcy, Now Zealand; Mr. and
Mis. J. E. TT.
Surrey; Miss A,
Richmond, Surrey; Miss Inex Ilcnsu
sin, Sydney, Australia; S, W. Crock
er. Australia; II. A. Gordon, William
riitcher, 8ydney, Australia; Ilcryl Ca
iHll. Miss H. K. Cadell, W. T. Ca
ncll, New England; Mr. and Mrs, II.
I. Somerset, Australia; J. R. Rltson,
Mr. and Mrs. Rltson, Miss Rltson,
N'cwcaBtlo, Ssq.. England; Jas. R. Dell,
S. M. Morris, Everett, Wash.; Mr. and
Mrs. W. M. Abernnthy. Miss C. Abcr
iiathy, Kansas City; h. Homer Hodge,
Sun Francisco; N. D. Hodge, Now
MI PRACJISE UIIIII
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BUY WHATSOEVER YOU WANT AT FIGURES WAY BELOW COST
our HNTinn biock
MUST BE CLEANED OUT BY MAY 7th, 1902.
GOO KIM, 1116 Nuuanu Street
Y O. BOX ws al '
THE OLDEST CHi. 'BE FIRM IN HONOLULU.
DmImi li FlM Silk nd Out I Llont. ChlntM and JipitMi Good, ol All Kill.
,ia-l Nuu.nu Of I
Jtii haute to icpcl insinuation, tho al
ternate contraction and dilation of the
fctil, and all the "dazzling funco ol
controversy" In this moral combat
Vth poisoned weapons aimed at tho
heart, where each wound Is fatal.
Id this play that which ucEravateu tho
Spencer. Richmond, fcpnlu of syn,,,atiiy , auditor, and
M. Spencer and maid, of uncontrollable anciilsh In tho swol.
ten heart of "Lear," Is the petrifying
Indifference, the cold, calculating, ob
uurnto selfishness of his daughters.
His keen passions seem whetted on
fielr stony hearts. The contrast would
lo too painful, the shock too great,
lut for tho Intervention of tho fool,
whoso well-timed levity comes In to
break the continuity of feeling when
It can no lnnvr i)0 borne, and to bring
lute piny ugaln the flbrxs of tho heart
Just us they are growing rigid from
overstrained excitement. Tho linn
No cricket game came off on the Ma
kll.l grounds yesterday afternoon ow
ing to the fact that most of the cricket
ers weio absent. The game had not
been advertised and as a consequence
most of the wlcldcrs of tho willow did
not know It until too late.
Tho few who were upon the scene
brought out the net nud Indulged In n
title practice, each man taking ten
minutes at the wicket. The playing
was very ordinary with the exception
o( Hob Anderson who continually rlt
the balls far and wide. The following
were present on the field. McGlll, S
Glass. II, Glass, A. Guild, R. Anderson,
S. Ucardmore. O. dimming. T. Ahlo.
Muyull and A. T Miles.
sSbsSss i l
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j:v 8'. y&
We are selling new
vlrpr "-"-' ''
ELECTRIC FANS at $15.00
They mako warm weather bearable and are worth their
weight In gold. Wo havo a coinrlcto line of both desk and celling
fans. Nothing HUo comfort Huy one now
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King Street. Telephone a 90
THE TRANSCENDENT ARC LIGHT
BOO C. P.
Consumes nothing but ordinary Kerosene
Oil. Tho best light known to sclcnco and
tho cheapest. Havo received the Highest
Awards at tho Pan-American Exposition.
Suitable for store- and halls, and are In ubh
In good many of our prominent stores
throughout the city, such as Wall, Nichols
Co., Honolulu Drug Co., Holllstcr Drug Co.,
Mclnerny Sboo Store, Kllto Ice Cream Par
lors, Hawaiian Hotel and otners too numer
ous to mention. Wo also novo the tame
Arc Lamp to burn 12 hours, which Is suit
able for lamps to bo placed In ynrds as a
protection against night prowlers. Our
lamps are In use throughout all tbo planta
For further particulars Inquire of
WASHINGTON LIGHT GO. G. W, Macfarlane, M'gr
Two tennis games wcro played yes
terday afternoon. In tho first match
W. II. Roth (P.) defeated Dr. II. Hick-
ncll by the scores of t-3, C-2. In the
second match of tho semi-finals C. A.
Ulston (II.) defeated A. M. Nowcll (11.)
C-2, fi-0. Llston game wnB an exhibi
tion of perfect tennis; his accurate
pluclng making him Invincible
The finals will bo played on Monday,
C. A. Ulston (H.) playing W. II. Itotb
Porter Furniture Co.
first-class FURNITURE of all descrip
tions. Upholstering Department un
equalled in the City. Now located in the
Fort Street-, opp. Love Building.
PORTER FURNITURE CO., LTD.
Hawaiian Engineering and Construction Go.
ROOMS 508, 500. 510 STANGENWALD BtilLDINO.
P. O. BOX 834. TEL. MAIN it
All classes of Engineering Work solicited; Examinations, Surreys and JU
pcrU made for any class of Waterworks, steam and Electric Constructions
Plans and Specifications and Estimates Prepared, and Construction Supirta
tended, In all branches of Engineering Work; Contracts sollcltod for Rail,
roads. Electric and Steam; Tunnels, Bridges, Buildings, Highways, TounAa
tlons. Piers. Wharves, etc.
Special attention given to examinations, Valuations, and Report a)
Properties for Investment purposes.
FREDERICK J. AMWEO, M. AM. Soc. 0. ..
Engineer and Manaitr.
W. R. CASTLE JR., Secretary and Trwumrer.
V.-,rk; Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Toms, Hong Blinton 8 Kad t0 takc rctlIB0 ,n tn8
I org; n. Haloid Low, China; J. C. hnf.tomCi halfscrlous comments of
ller.tz, Pasadenn; Urael Putnam and ,, Tho charBCter wna nlao
wllo, Now York; Cora A. Morse. San g,0lCB(10 ornnment of the barbarous
Francisco; Mrs. M. II. Braden. New tlmlB , wllch nlon(J thc traBlc
York; Mrs. V. Ollcrest, Hamilton, O.; Br(,unjwork Qt tno 8tory colld uo lald,
Mrs. II. J. Westcott. .child and maid. ,mg ,,,, Ba,, of shai(cspearo'i
GEO. A. MARTIN, Tailor Boston Building.
Mrs. A. J. Carr, Richmond, Ind.; N.
I'rahln, P, Schraedcr, San FrnncUco;
Domlnlgus Shnocptf, San Frnnclsco;
I. H. C. Bond, Auckland; S. 0. But
Inr Wood, Sydnoy; W. II. Slacck,
Hull. England; Captain S. Hood, Na
Ul; T.. C. Randall.
Tennis on Hawaii.
Illlo, My 8. In tho tennis gamo ho
tv.cen Hnkalau and HUo, held Sntur
iay afternoon at Reed's Island court,
Iltrry nnd J. Orey beat E. C. Mcllor
ond C. K. Hydo. 7-6, G 3.
plays that 'Macbeth" Is tho most rap
Id, "Hamlet" the slowest In movement,
while "King Lear" combined length
with rapidity, lllio the hurrlcano and
tho whirlpool, nbsorblng while It ad
vances. It begins aa a stormy day In
hummer, with brightness; but that
biightncss is lurid, and anticipate!
"King Lear" was first produced by
Shakespeare In K07. nnd In all this
tuno It lias remained In a class by It
self. Mr. Wardo's revival of this grand
rid classle Is timely,
Dr. Holland III.
May 8. Dr. Holland of Puna
las been nulto 111 In tho HUo Hospi
tal, but has recovered so as to leave
loi his home today, Dr, Held has been
looking after thu Puna practice of Dr.
Handsome silver watches havo been
presented by Prlnco and Princess Al
bert of Belgium to the parents of nil
the babies born In Brussels on thc same
day as their son, tho Uttlo Prince Leo
SHBEVE & CO., San Francisco
To facilitate trade with the Hawaiian Islands, will bellvor
all goods purchased or ordered of them, freo of all charges
for transportation to Honolulu or returning same to Sao
Francisco. Goods will bo sont on selection to those know
ing tho firm, or who will furnish satisfactory references In
Jewelers, Gold and Silver Manufacturers,
Market & Post 8t., 8. P.
Illustrated CATALOGUE nnd prices furnished upon receipt
1 of request. Wo have tho largest manufactory of Jewelry
nnd Silverware west of New York City, and are prepared to
furnish special designs.
Your amateur photographic work
will bo well done If taken to Honolulu
Photo Supply Co.
tin other strong characters of "King
It far outshines Lear" nro In good hnnds, Mr. Wardu
In tho ladles' doubles Mrs. Ross and our best modorn works. It is not a nnd his company will bo seen In "King
Mrs. Patton bested Mtb. Elliot and one part piny by any means, nor Is Lear" on Tuesday next at tho Opera
Mrs, Ilartcls; score 6 2, 6-4, A return the sentiment and chararterlzatlon House. On Thursda "Othello'' will
gimo will probably bo plnyed at Haka- satrlllced to mako some silly sensn- b" tho bill; on Saturday matinee "Tho
I111 noxt Wednesday afternoon. Her- lion possible. Whllo Mr. War'jo Is Merchant of Venice," nnd on Saturday
aid I scon at his best In tho tltlo role, all niEht "Richelieu."
I. De Turk's Table Wines
Justly known to bo tho CHOICEST
CALIFORNIA PRODUCT. A largo
supply of tho different varieties Just
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THE HAWAIIAN TERRITORY.
A. V. GUAR, President.
EMMETT MAY, Hccrctary.
The Honolulu Investment Co., Ltd.
Innure your Life, Property, Household Goodn or Merchandtso
In tho licHt nnd HtrongcHt compnnlrn, oh rcprcttcntcd by
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