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EVENING BULLETIN. HONOLULU. II. T., MONDAY, MAY 12, 1902.
I on me mit ii inu
Latest Creations in Chi
Hats and Embroidery Gaps
Wo haven't neglected tlifl children In our now Importations not
liy any means, but have just opened nn Immense assortment
or MUSLIN HATS nnd EMBROIDERY CAPS that aro just the right
thing for warm weather. AH the newest effects and colorings. White
Light Blue, Pink and Cardinal. Will set off the bright faces and pretty
cutis in flno shape.
Laco and embroidery trim
med. 75c and Upwards
SILK MULL HATS
In light blue, pink nnd cardinal.
Very dressy. Variety of prices
alt very tow.
Jjieo, Muslin nnd Silk Bonnets,
In great variety.
A splendid assortment In laco
nnd embroidery effects, In whlto
and delicate shades. Prices
A new assortment, all sizes, laca
nnd 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 arc none to compete with
line of sizes still In
Don't miss them this
to match exqulslto
New Silk Applique Trimming
In lancy stripes plaids and solid
colors, a full line of Satin liber
ty ribbons, In nil colors from
No, 5 Upwards
VERY LATEST IN BELTS
VERY 'CLOSELY CONTESTED
rOLO ON ISLAND ON MAUI
Imported Horse3 Used By Winters
Another Game Last Satur
dayPlayer Meets With
Wnlluku, May 10. The match game
of polo between picked teams from Ma
kawao and Walluku, played at Sunny
side, Pain, near .Maunaolu seminary,
last Saturday nftcmoon, May 3, was
won by the latter team. It rained con
siderably all .day and It was thought
that-thc game would not romc off. In
fact, ninny who had planned to wltncsa
the game gnve up the Idea. However,
New York, April 27. A cable to the
W friil from Vienna says: The Imperlnl
ccurt of Austria Is In a turmoil be
cause some years ago 1'rlnco Leopold
of Iscnburg fnlled to marry Constiolo
Vandcrbllt and thereby ncqulro enough
money to pay his father's debts. Tho
matter leaked out at tho trial of a suit
I fought by the estate or the lafe Law
; i r Umlauff against Archduko Francis
Sfilvator to recover $15,000 lent to
Prince Iscnburg undr his Imperial
It nppcnrs that the Isonburgs wera
ir.(rtgngcd up to their enrs when
)t-ung I'rlnco Leopold started for
America with borrowed money to at
t ick tho hearts of American heiresses,
lintubly that of Cnnsuelo VnriderbtU,
who wns singled out ns tho richest
the members from Walluku and pnim In the bunch. In order to pay
Spreckclsville went up In the drizzling :(R traveling expenses the elder
rain, for polo wos uppermost In their i,nco issnburg borrowed nearly Jt0,
minds, und neither rain nor thunder w) on Ma c8tatCB
and llBbtnliiR going to prevent ; glnor .
them In participating In tho great! .... ., ,
event, the first of a real series of match '' n ""ngnrlan gentleman named
games between Walluku and Mnknno.Umlnurf to loan him the J1S.O00 now
The make-up of the teams was as fol- sued for, but Umlauff Insisted upon a
lows: Igtiurontco by Iscnburg's Imperial rcla
Makawao 11. A. Baldwin, O. W. Wll- lives. This guarantee wns finally oh
bcr. S. H. Kalamaand L. von Tempsky.' tr)tlcJ from Archduko Krnncls Sahn-
Wulluku-F. Baldwin. J. Thompson, l()r a Ilcphow of tll0 i.flncess of Isen-
u7""u " ",' v , i' n" 'uurB- Francis. It appears, wroto Urn
The llrst two named were frm Camp,, ' . .. ... ., .. . .
i iuii ik n ic-ciur buuiiik lunu mai m.-,
U the Archduke, would repay the loan
THE FOSTER HOSE SUPPORTER
The only correct supporter; It Is a natural body brace, giving
rest and comfort to tho wearer. The belt of tho supporter exerts a
gentle pressure on tho sides of the waist making It round. It has no
metal parts to mar or tear tho corsets nnd Is In every respect a per
fect supporter. Ask to sco thorn. New goods nrc arriving by every
DRY GOODS COMPANY, LTD.
In Justice (o the Makawao team
win and Crook of the victorious team j henhurg did not, fur It was against
were old members of the Makawao u ,. old man's principle to pay any
body or anything.
The Socialists nro determined to
forco the Minister of Justice to nn
I fishing lights 1
We have Just reclveil a shipment
ol GASOLINE nnd KEROSENE
FISHING TORCHES, nbsolutely
Hate nnd cannot by blown out.
Attlde from being used for fishing
purposes) they huvc proven to bo
nn excellent OUTSIDE LIGHT tor
plantation use. PRICE $225 UP
HONOLULU IRON WORKS
SENDING LARGE ORDER
Material for Gamewell Alarm System
Probable Expectation of Or
ders for Sugar Mills
Honolulu Is going to tnke a hand In
tho gamo of commerce with the Phil
ippines, which Is facilitated by the di
rect communications Inaugurated by
the trans-Pacific lines. The Honolulu
Iron Works will ship by the Nippon
Marti on Krlday next between thirty
and forty tons of manufactured ma
terial to Manila. It Is the pole brack
ets and llttlngs of the (latnewoll lire
and police telegraph alarm sjstem fur
the capital of the Philippine Islands.
The Hansen ell people found they could
do as well with the Honolulu estab
lishment us with any Mainland con
cern, besides saving distance of trans
Most probably after Mr. Hedcmann
returns from bis tour around the world,
Including a look Into the sugar Indus
try of tho Philippines, tho Honolulu
Iron Works will play an Important
part In supplying modern sugar house
machinery to our Oriental possessions.
I - '
We are selling new
BLECTRIC FANS at $15.00
They mnko warm wcath er bearable and are worth their
weight In gold. Wo havo a conn Irt- line of both desk and celling
fans. Nothing llko comfort Buy one now.
HAWAIIAN ELECTRIC CO., Ltd.
Klnft Htrcct. Telephone 300
team whose names aic still on the roll
of honor of that club.
The game was started at 1:30 o'clock
nn.l ,1... .nln lulllh ll H ll llfiM ffllllnt?
Intermltently, all day. cleaied olT uml , ' " ' complaint of tho defrauded
... ., i,n,ir ,.t,,i iinir. thp nlnvcrs on flinlly In public, and If there wns a
either side played one of the best and' conspiracy between tho imperial Arch
fastest games ever seen on Maul. Thc.duKo nnd the helrcss-huntlng bankrupt
Walluku team was supplied with cdu- .punccllng to fleece n conlMIng man
rated polo poulcs. recently imporicu inl C0DSI,rcy wm i,nve to he laid
from tne coast tor i-raiiK uaiuw.u. .... . , i)iir(, A yletmtL g on pt0(, , ex.
It was due to this and aha to the dash , ,0 f R , m mt ,fip
:""".nj:f,Lb.'..t W""""K Mm' thnthuUallsts will bring about such nn
Tl.o Mnlmwnn team did cood team ""Ine of Imperial sollc linen as nov-
work nnd were trcally niildauilcd for.cr before was flaunted In tho brcezs
tho fine fight they put up to prevent of public opinion.
Walluku from earning goals.
I). C. Lindsay was both umpire and
timekeeper. There were but few spec- A I I IIVK I V 11 F (S
tators present to witness the game. uww 1AM L. LL11L1U
owing to the wet weather. Mrs. Frank ., . . . ,,,,, ,,
Haldwln of Spreckelsvllle, was among New rk- AP"" -hen Mrs
those present, nnd It Is claimed that Katlicrlne Hallou's victoria came up
her presence had something to do with fifth avenue, yesterday Mrs. lljllnu,
tho victory won by Walluku. I w,o Is a wealthy young woman, stop-
Tlin scorn was Walluku. 3: Mnka-I.., ..... . .... ..... ... ., ..
wao, 2. Auother game between tho
same teams will be plnycd on the same
grounds- next Saturday afternoon.
Next week, the game will he played at
E BATES E
I IN NEW I
the Knhiiliil grounds.
At a practice gamo of polo at Wells'
park, Walluku, Thursday afternoon
L. It. Crook had the misfortune of hav
ing Ills right arm below the elbow
struck by a mnlltt wielded by W. II.
Cornwell Jr. Luckily, no bone wns
broken, but tho uccldcnt will prevent
Mr, Crook from participating In today's
game, a fact which Is greatly to be de
plored, for he Is one of the most dash
ing players on the Walluku team.
Tlieo, H. Drivies & Co., Ltd. 3
llurdwnro Department. -
General Merchandise. Dty Goods, Groceries
Japanese Provisions, etc
MAGOON BLOCK, MERCHANT STREET.
, O. 3303C 880 ZMTsiira.
Absolutely the Last Chance!
BUY WHATSOEVER YOU WANT AT FIGURES WAY BELOW COST
OUR nNTIRE STOCK
MUST BE CLEANED OUT BY MAY 7lh, 1902,
GOO KIM, 1116 Nuuanu Street
ped und sent the footman to the curb
Tho footman pointed nut a man and
the police grabbed him, hustled him
Into a rail and locked him up. Tii.i
prisoner Is Kiedcrlck ('. Zlmmermnn,
who describes himself ns an Inventor.
Ho admitted that he had written more
than COO love leters to Mm. Ilallou. He
hays he fell In love with her In the
street, seeing her drlxe by.
Mrs. Dallou says he has been nnnoy
Ing her for two years by writing let
tcis. sending flowers and candy, and
later by calling at her home and In
sisting on seeing her. She believes
that he Is mad, and she was afraid he
might shoot her. alio diuvc to the sta
tion after the arrest and told Captain
Dclaney Hint one of Zimmerman's let
ters spoke of things at his homo which
he was going to send her through tlin
malls. She feared he might mean an
Infernal machine. Detectives went to
Zimmerman's olllce nnd there took mt-
New York, April 27. Illancbc Hates
closed last night ono of the most ro
n'urkable inns ever scored by a thcat
liial slur In New York. Last exen
lug's performance brought her total
appearances In "Under Two Flags" to
Sou. nnd there was an ovation from
tin large audiunco nnd from all tho
numbers of tho company when tho
c:. I tain fell on the Dual act.
Miss Hates never played with great-
ur delicacy or stronger effect than
lust night, and as nil her assoclatu
players seemed to fail readily Into thu
spirit of tho event, tho performance
was In many ways, perhaps thu most
remarkable she has yet given as Cle
David Ilelascn wns present, but could
not bo prevailed upon to mnko a
speech. When he was asked concern
ing tho future plans for his star, he re
plied that Miss Hates would not again
bo seen In (Tils city until lieT appear
ance In a new play ho Is now writing
for her. lie added tdnt tho production
of the now play would tako placo at
tin llelasco Theater Republic, follow
ing Mrs. Lesllo Carter In "Du Harry."
vhlcli attraction will open the new
tt.eatcr early In September. Miss
Pates and her company will go on the
road for four weeks, after which Be-l.-yco's
star will rest for tho summer.
kffjlfi. c F Xgm
THE TRANSCENDENT ARC LIGHT
r.oo c. i.
Consumes nothing but ordinary Kerosene
Oil. The best light known to sclcnco and
tho cheapest. Havo received tho Highest
Awards nt the Pan-American Exposition.
Suitable for storo and halls, and arc In us
in good many of our prominent stores
throughout the city, such as Wall, Nichols
Co., Honolulu Drug Co., Holllster Drug Co.,
Mclnerny Shoo Storo, Kllto Ico Cream Par
lors, Hawaiian Hotel and otners too numer
ous to mention. Wo also have tho same
Arc Lamp to burn 12 hours, which Is suit
able for lamps to bo placed In yardB as a
protection against night prowlers. Our
lamps are In uso throughout nil tho planta
tions. Kor further particulars Inquire of
WASHINGTON LIGHT CO. C. W. Macfarlane, M'gr
There Is no Family Medicine so fa
vorably known ns PAIN-KILLHIl. Kor
sixty years It has been used by Mis
sionaries In all parts of the world, not
only to counteract the climatic In
fluences on their families, but for the
cure of nil diseases of the bowels, and
substitutesthere Is but one I'nin-KIU-1 Mion "' Ills crrpc,B' wIlldl wlU bc ox'
er, Perry Davis': Price 25c nnd COc. amlncd tomorrow.
Porter Furniture Co.
First-class FURNITURE o! all descrip
tions. Upholstering Department un
equalled in the City, Now located in the
Port Street, opp. Love Building.
PORTER FURNITURE CO., LTD.
V. O. UOl WJ. TIL. .1
THE OLDEST Clli. SSB FIRM IN HONOLULU.
Datitri la Fin SlIi and Gran Lttmi. CttloiM and Jipaeou Qocdt ot Alt Klola.
io-tit Nuuanu trat
GEO. A. MARTIN, Tailor Boston Building.
vMimWM. &&' ' '' 'mtWmM&mM
WMk ffllll&ll. J " JM&ffi$m
MR. ROBERT FITZSIMM0NS.
Some humorist has suggested that u new iiil'lmt position be imitcil, thai
of M'lTt'tnry of physical culture-, nnd Hint the linn. Knlieit rit.xliuuniUH I"'
nsLi'd to ittc-ept the portfolio. KHz is Just now prcpmlug to inret .hum
Jeffries 111 (i twenty round nrguini'iit. during which be will trj to legaln tin
bcuj weltllt cbnmploiLsliIp. The match uccuis Mil) t." In Kan I'mia-li-cu.
H II IS READY
10 (Ml IT
Pretoria, May I. Boer meetings
continue to be held, chlctly In tho
Tn.nsnal, to receive the leaders' ex
planations of '. Ilrltlsh terms. It Is
understood that the heated discus
sions which have occurred, havo usu
ally shown tho majority to he In fa-
in of pcaco.
It Is said that about 200 Doer delo-
gsti i will attend tho conference to hn
Id at Tereenlgen, Transvaal colony,
on May loth, and that nil sections of
tic burghers will bo UioroughTyropru-
mp tod there. It Is expected that a
oto l.y ballot will be tnken at this con
II Is reported that Oenernl Ho Wet
Inn frankly declared tho Ilrltlsh terms
to bo reasonable, and that It Is advls
I id. to accept them, whllo Oenernl Ho-1-iity
Is said to bo ready to abldu by
the decision of tho majority.
REMOVE J1EAT TAX
New York. April 27. Tho Central
IVdeinted I'nlon today adopted reso
lutions calling upon tho American l-'ed-cratlon
of Labor to nsslst 111 uiglng
Congress to remove the tax on foreign
meats until such time us the price of
domestic meats Is educed. The icsolu
thins In p,nt follow:
' Itcsohed. That the Cential I-'cdernt
cd t'nlon of fiieatcr New York and
vicinity n!,!) tho assistance of the Am
eilmn rederatlnn of Labor 111 bringing
piessure to bear on Congic-bs to ikciiih
pllsh the passage of u bill withdrawing
the taxes from foreign meals, nnd thus
compel the beef trust to lower tho
prices of Its incuts, thereby putting an
end to the suflerlng, ruin and misery
now being caused by the beef trust'
Hawaiian Engineering and Constrnction Co.
ROOMS 508, 509, 510 STANGENWALD BUILDING.
P. O. BOX 834. TEL. MAIN r
All classes of Engineering Work solid tod; Examinations, Surreys ant X.
(orti made for any class of Waterworks Steam and Electric Constructlom;
Plans and Specifications and Estimates Prepared, and Construction Suptrim
ndod, In all branches of Engineering Work; Contracts solicited for Rail-.
oads. Electric and Steara; Tunnels, Bridges, Buildlnirs, Highways Founda
tions, Piers, Wharves, etc. '
Special attention given to Examinations, Valuations, and Report )
Properties for investment purposes.
FHEDEIUCK J. AMWEO, M. AM, Boa O. &,
Engineer and Hanattr.
W. It. CASTLE JR., Secretary and Treasurer.
SHREVE & CO., San Francisco
To facilltato trade with the Hawaiian Islands, will uellrer
all goods purchased or ordered of thorn, freo of all charges
for transportation to Honolulu or returning samo to San
Francisco. Goods will be sont on selection to thoso know
Ing tho firm, or who will furutsh satisfactory references In
Jewelers, Gold and Silver Manufacturers,
Market & Pont StH., 8. P.
Illustrated CATALOGUE nnd prices furnished upon receipt
ot request. We have the largest manufactory of Jewelry
and Silvcrwnro west of New York City, and aro prepared to
furnish special designs.
Your amateur photographic work
will bo well done If taken to Honolulu
Photo Supply Co.
I. 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
THE HAWAIIAN TERRITORY.
A. V. GI5AIJ, PrcHlclent. EMMETT MAY, Hccrctury.
The Honolulu Investment Co., Ltd.
InHure your Lite, Property, HouhcIioIcI Goods or Mcrclinndlno
In the hcHt nnd Htrongcttt coinpnnlcH, ntt represented by
The llonloulu Investment Co., Ltd., Merchant St.. Judd Building