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KVBNINO DULLOTTH. HBNOUTUL It. T., SATURDAY. MAT IT, 1M8.
Latest Creations in Children's Muslin
Hats and Embroidery Caps
We haven't neglected tho children In our now Importations not
by nny means, but have Just opened an Immonso assortment
or MUSLIN HAT8 and EMBROIDERY CAP8 that aro Just tbo right
thing for vYarm weather. All the newest ctfects and colorings. White
Light Blue, I'lnk and Cardinal. Will set off tho bright faces and pretty
cutis In lino shapo. .
I.aco and embroidery trim
med. 75c and Upwards
SILK MULL HATS
In light blue, pink and cardinal.
Vory dressy. Variety of prices
all very low.
I.acc, Muslin and Silk Bonnets,
In great variety.
A splendid assortment In laco
and embroidery effects. In whlto
and dcllcato shades. Prices
A new assortment, all sizes, laco
and embroidery trimmed.
25c and Upwards
Our Immense selling of shirt
walBts all last week speaks for
their popularity, for style,
quality, finish and low prices
there aro nono to compete, with
Full line of sizes still In
stock. Don't miss tlicm this
In fancy stripes pialds and solid
colors, a full line of Satin liber
ty ribbons, In nil colors from
No, 5 Upwards
VERY LATEST IN BELTS
(From Trlday's First IMItlon )
The Portland Orcgonlan of April 11
publishes tho following:
A suit against lnnian, I'oulsen & Co.
for I1C2.721 damages was filed In tbo
State Circuit Court yesterday by tlio
Pacific Mill Company, of Honolulu, for
alleged breach of contract to ship Or
egon pine lumber to Honolulu.
Tho complaint recites mat tno ra-
clflc Mill Company was engaged In tho
business of selling lumber and build
ing material, and that Inmau, Poul
sen & Co., desiring to sell a largo
amount of lumber In the foreign mar
kets. sent a representative to Hawaii
wltn the result that tho Pacific Mill
Company. In August, 1901, Increnscd
Its capital stock from (12.000 to $50,
000, and also secured a lenso of cer
tain railroad land, and ngrved to buy
all oi its Oregon lumber from lnnian,
I'oulsen & Co., at tho lowest whole
sale current market prices provnlllng
on the Pacific Coast, In consideration j
of these things It is alleged that In-1
man, I'oulsen & Co. subscribed to 115.-1
000 stock lu the mill company, nnd it
was agreed that the defendant should
name one employe of tho plaintiff who
should hold tho office of secretary and
A prominent Montreal clergyman, the Itev. Jam I
II, Pit on, Kectnr St. Judw and lion. Canon of
Chrlft Church Cathedral, writes! "Permit me to
tend jrAn a few Unci to atrongljr recommend
Pmnr Darin Paim-Kilhr. I tint uavdltwlth
entipfactlnn for tlilrtj-(Ue year. It ! a prepara
tion fthUhdetem full public confidence."
a nure turn for
. Cramps, Ac
Two 8ltt 5C a-nd Wc.
I1i"r I onljr one l'uln-Klller, Porry Davis
THE H STEAMERS
New Silk Applique Trimming
THE FOSTER HOSE SUPPORTER
The only correct supporter; It Is a natural body brace, giving
rest and comfort to the wearer. Tho belt of tho supporter exerts a
gentlo pressure on tho sides of tho waist making It round. It has no
metal parts to mar or tear' tho evrscta and Is In every respect a per
fect supporter. Ask to seo thorn. New goods are arriving by every
DRY GOODS COMPANY, LTD.
(Prom Friday's First IMItlon )
Among the passengers who went
manager of the lumbering department, through In the Nippon Mam was M
at a salary not to exceed $150 per shtinshl who for three years has been
month. Inmnn, Poulsen & Cd. It Is the mnnagcr of tho Toyo Klson ICalslu
alleged, was to attend to Hie charter, cjo.'s branch In fian Kranclsco. He goc
Ing of nil vessels to carry the luinbci ,. ,..,. h.vl' ,,. ,, tllrn ,1T
fnom Portland to Honolulu. ',,, ..,.,, ", , ,.. ...
It Is charged that tho Portland com-1 'J'0 Vrnlimt of tho company. Mr.
pany neglected to perform Its part of ,sh"nf ' a ulth ,,lm s"cral "
'the contract, and It became necessary ant u'"8 lor lll ncw steamers wmcu
i for Krnmot May, president of tho a- tho company contemplates having
cine Mlu Company, to come to San num. vvnen Been uy a nuiictin repor-
Francisco, wbore an Interview wns bad tcr Just ueroro tnc Nippon iert, n
wini Johan I'oulsen. on October 28, gave the following Information on the
1901, wno. It Is. snnl, promised Mr. 'subject:
May to carry out the contract, and vn Inipml to linvn two or nosslbli
ennrtcred and Bent two vessels load- thrcc ncw b0iUg ot ,,, a,P8t nn,i ueM
ed' with lumber to Honolulu. Deforo
pattern. We have asked for bids from
.... i , VnZi, nrm8 ' JaPan- Iceland and America
at that port. It Is averred hat lnmnn, ' , ' , , ..,.. ,,,,
I'oulsen & Co. repudiated tno contract, " ,
reiused to let the Pacific Mill Com-, from various concerns,
pany have t..e lumber, and Instead1 "As "e I'1" not receded nil the
disposed of It otherwise. . bids, we expect wo arc not able to tell
The company asserts that becanso where we will place our order. Th
of Its failure to receive lumber, which steamers nro to be 12.000 tons nplcr
could hae been sold at n Inrge profit, or twice the size of tho Nippon Maru
It sustained damages to thu extent or, which Is 0000 tons. Tho ncw boati
On account of a lease mniie by tho
Oahu Hallway & Land Company,
which It hnd to break, and losses bus- i
will ke built on the same lines as those
at present In tho servlco but will hae
a speed of 19 knots, while the Nippon
LUIl 1IJBBI-B DUB- . .. , ,- , .
tallied by the tncrenso of the capital i ",,, . , , ,,,, ,,
...i, f-... nnM uun .,ih. "When completed, these boaU will
damages aie figured out. " ltaiph H. hc tno nnest "earners In the Pacific,
-unlway appears as attorney for tho They will trael on tbo name run ns the
Pacific Mill Company. I Nippon now does, to San Francisco la
"Although It Is Impossible to tell Just
how soon tho Bhlp ynrds will be able
to turn out the boats, wo expect to
have them ready In n couplo of cars."
I fishing lightsl
2lL We Imvo JuHt rcclved a Hhlpmcnt
E ot GASOLINE and KEROSENE 3
FISHING TORCHES, absolutely 3
safe nnd cannot by blown out.
2 Aside from being used fop f ishtnji
L. purposes, they have proven to be S
an excellent OUTSIDE LIGHT fop -J
Z plantation use. PRICE $12-25 Ul 3
I Tlieo, H. Davies & Co., Ltd. 3
Hardware Department. -
Death a Mystery
Chicago. May 4. Potter Palmer, for
nearly half a century one of Chicago s
most prominent business men, died to
night at his residence on Lnko Shorn
drive. The exact causo of Mr. Palm
er's death has not yet been determin
ed. Hn hnd been suffering for seveial
weeks from a nervous disorder, but as
be was able to be about the houso his
condition was not thought to bo so
rlous. When he retired last night he v ns
feeling, If nnj thing, better than lor
several days. During tho night, how
ever, ho seemed to lose nil his energy,
nnd tills morning wns unable to Icavo
his room. Ho gradually grew weaker
during tho day and nt 5:40 o'clock 'his
evening ho suffered a suuden colTnpfu
from which ho expired Tho physi
cians who were attending Mr. Palmer
aro nt n loss as to the ultimate cause
of his death, as apparent!) he had no
01 gaulc troubles.
, S. SHIMAMOTO
General Merchandise Dry Goods, Groceries.
Japanese Provisions, etc
MAQOON BLOCK, MERCHANT hTREET.
3 .O- DBosc 886 OCgLirL 210
Do Vou Suffer from lumbago, rheu
mntism or swollen muscles? If no.
procuro nt onco n bottlo of PAIN
KILLER and follow the printed direc
tions. Tho relief Is Instantaneous as
well as lasting. No necessity to suffer
when a remedy such ns Paln-Klller la
to be had. Sixty years of sucess speak
for Itself. Avoid substitutes, there l.i
btu ono Paln-Klller, Perry Davis'.
Prlco 23c. nnd GOc.
The Prlnco of Wales' prlvato study
nt Snndrlnghnm Is ono of tho smallest
looms In tho palate, and Is lighted only
hy a single window.
The following program lias been ar-
ranged for the piano recital by Mrs.
Loye Holmes Miller at Pmihonun, Ma.
noa Mondny'evenlns, May 19:
1. Ileethoen, Sonnta Op. "3
Allegro con brio; Adaglp, Allegretto
2. Goetze Still as tho Night
Mrs. Howard and Mr. Miller.
3. (a) Luudbtrg Song
(b) Chnmlnndo Sller King
(a) Preludo Op. 2S, No. 23.
(b) Impiomptu. Op. 29.
(e) Etude. Op. 25. No. 9.
(d) Etude. Op. 25, Io. 7.
5. Dudley fluck... Creole Lover's Song
.... Pleurez! Mes Vcux (Lo Cld)
Hondo Cnprlccloso, Op. 14
Mrs. Mlllor will hh assisted by Mrs.
George Howard, Miss Charity Joy Cros
son, I.oyo Holmes Miller nnd Mrs. Wil
liam Whltrey (accompanist).
Wall paper was first made In Ger
many about 1SC0.
(From Friday's First Edition )
Captain Samuel Johnson Is certainly
as successful nt entertaining as he Is at
drilling his prize, company This fact
he clearly demonstrated at a luau giv
en by him and his company In the drill
shed last night in celebration of tbt
victory won by them In the prize drill
of Saturday last out of which they
came with tho splendid record of S3
points. There were present besides tho
members of the company, the oulccrs of
tho other companies and the olllccrs of
the regiment Itself, besides a few out
side Invited guests Included among
whom were Col. J. II. lloyd, Superin
tendent of Public Works; W W. Har
ris, rcprcscntnthc-elect of the Repub
lican party from the Fourth District,
nnd Senator Clarence Crabbc who Is a
great enthusiast on military matters.
The maukn end of the drill shed was
very tastefully decorated for tho occa
sion, ferns and lings being almost en
tirely used About the walls Acre fes
toons of ferns nnd heie and there w"io
Hags and pennants Ihencit up the o!H
mass of green. Screening tho banquet
portion of the hall fiom tho other wax
a curtain of flags, prominent among
whiih were the American .itid Hawa
The clowning .ntuc of the decora
tions wns the cup which was won liv
Co. F on Saturday last. This was set
up at about six feet from tho floor
directly in front of what used to bo th
stage of the drill shed, and In front of
It was a bunch of camatlauj and an
illuminated card showing tho percent
ages made by Co. F for the past threo
years. Ilehlnd the cup was n largo
picture of the company taken on th
steps of the Capitol building.
It was about 8:15 o'clock when tha
military men and their guests sat down
to a sumptuous Hawaiian feast prepar
ed b) Hnwallans and Bet In very at
tractive stlo. There was overjthlng
that n Hawaiian usually has on his ta
ble when he Is giving n particularly
aw ell luau. There were live tables In
all. The head table was occupied by
Captain Johnson nnd the omrers of tha
regiment and the companies thereof i
together with the other invited guests
already mentioned. The three tnblcs
riming fiom this anil the tablo occupy-1
Ing tho same relative position opposite .
were occupied by the members of the!
victorious rompnn). I
Included among those nt tho head
table were tho following: Captain'
Johnson, Superintendent of Public
Works J. 11. Iloyd. Senator Crnbbe,
Ileprescntntlvo-clect W. W. Harris. Col.
J. Walter Jones, .Major Zlegler, Major
Camara, Captain Campbell, Captain
Gustavc Rose, Captain Riley, Captain
Nahora Hlpa, Captain Schivfcr, Cap
tain Marston Campbell, Captain James
Thompson. Lieut. A. L. Mo.ne Llrut.
J. K. Matiloa. Lieut. Kckaullke, Lieut.
Leslie and Fiazeo
After about three-quarters of an hour
at tho table, the specclunaklng began
nnd there was a How of woids in a
strain complimentary to Co. F. Among
thoso who spoke were .Mcasn. Iloyd
and Harris. Col. Jones, Major Zlrclcr.
Major Camara, Captain Campbell, Cap
tain Rose, Captain Hlpa, Captain John
son, Captain Thompson nnd Captain
The luau bioko up nt about 10 oVlock
ever) ono present voting Captain Sam
uel Johnson nnd the memliirs of his
company the very best of hos's.
Tho pleasuro of the cvuli'g was
heightened by the present e of tho Mo-
nna quintet rlub which plnved and
sang Hawaiian music during the prog
ress of the luau.
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HOWTO PLAY PING-PONG
MURPHY CLUII PROGRAM.
The Murphy Club presents tho fol
lowing program for Its concert In tho
club headquarters, Ileretanla and Nifu
ami streets, this evening:
Piano Solo, Miss Taylor.
"Sacree's Troubles,' sketch drama
tized by Ward Seymour. Mrs. Dindt.
Instrumental Solo, Mrs. Lowell Ku
Song. Master Hlggins.
Mandolin Solo. Miss Schurmann.
"Over n Ilarrel" (slctch), Ward,
Seymour and Dolllnger Ilrotliers.
Solo, Hawaiian Quartet.
Tho public Is Invited.
who hasnt nn electric fan
this kind of weather. Why
melt and say "Whew! Isn't It
hot"! when you can have an
unlimited fiumbtr of coolest
zephyrs that blow for $15
n-ndy to cool at any time?
That's the prlco of our elec
tric fans. Don't put off being
HAWAIIAN ELECTRIC CO., Ltd.
Kind Street. Telephone 1100
THE TRANSCENDENT ARC LIGHT
OOO C. I.
Consumes nothing but ordinary Kerosene
Oil. The best light known to sclcnco and
tho cheapest. Have received tho Highest
Awards at tho Pan-American Exposition.
Suitable for storo and halls, and aro In use
In good many ot our prominent stores
throughout tho city, such as Wall, Nichols
Co, Honolulu Drug Co., Holllster Drug Co.,
Mclncrny Shoo Store, Ellto Ico Cream Par
tors, Hawaiian Hotel and otners loo numer
ous to mention. Wo also liavo tbo came
Arc Lamp to burn 12 hours, which Is suit
nblo for lamps to bo placed In yards as a
protection against night prowlers. Our
lamps nro In uso throughout all tho planta
tions. For further particulars Inqulro of
WASHINGTON LIGHT CO, C, W. Macfarlane, M'gr
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, 509, 510 STANGENWALD BUILDING.
P. O. BOX 834. TEL. MAIN 7f
AU classes ot Engineering Worlc solicited; Examinations, Surreys ana K
eorti made for any class ot Waterworks, Steam and Uloctrlo ConstructlOBj
Plans and Specifications and Estimates Prepared, and Construction Suprim.
tended, In all branches of Engineering Work; Contracts solicited for Rail
roads, Electric and Steam; Tunnels, Bridges, Buildings, Highways, Fousaa
Uons, Piers, Wharves, etc
Special attention given to Examinations, Valuations, and Report al
Properties for Investment purposes.
FRKDERICK J. AMWEO, M. AM. Boa a ,
Engineer and Hanaisr.
W. R. CASTLE JR., Secretary and Treasurer.
Absolutely the Last Chance!
BUY WHATSOEVER YOU'WANT AT FIGURES WAY BELOW COST
OUR ENTIRE STOCK
MUST BE GLEANED OUT BY MAY 7th, 1902.
GOO KIM, 1116 Nuuanu Street
P. O. BOI MJ. TSI.
yXrTJSTGc S7"0 OK3CJSSL3r
THE OLDEST CHi. SE FIRM IN HONOLULU.
Dctttri ID Ho Sllhi fttri Grut Llneai. CblatM and JipDM Ooodi of All Kli4i
iot N nil nil ttftrt
GEO, A. MARTIN, Tailor Boston Building,
A careful examination of tho world's history of athletic sports falls to
show any game with a recoid Biich as has heen mado hy ping-pong. Intro
duced Into tho country only four months ngo, It has hy phenomi nal hounds
forced Its way to the front rank, und today It Is tho most popular sport In
dulged In, Its simple rules and Inexpensive apparatus placo It within tha
reach of tho masses, and moro ping-pong sets aro now sold than haseball
bats, golf clubs, or tennis rackets.
Ping-pong was first plajed In nngland twenty years ago, and although II
has been known under several names, It lias been nothing mom noi less than
table tennis throughout. In tho earlier part of 1902 the namo ping-pong wni
awarded to tho game, and this appeals to have been tho signal for Its success,
Within n few months It made tho whole country Its adherent, und frum that
time Its popularity has never waned
Sliortly before last Christmas ping-pong wns Introduced Into this country,
nnd Us success can now best bo cstlinnted by Its now converts, who nro fre
quently forced to wait seveial clays before they can obtain sets, the demand
being gienter than tho supply.
Ping-pong Is plated on a wooden table, two feet six Inches from tho floor
Tbo top Is ruled out similar to a tennis court, tho dimensions being Length
of t.iblo, nlno feet; breadth, five feet; height of net, sW and thieo-ciuaitor
Inches; distance from touit lino to net, thlrty-ono Inches, dibtanco to end of
table, tvventv-thito Inches, width of court line, ono fourth of nn Inch,
bicadtb of bolder lino around tablo edgo, nnu Inch. Although thoso figures
nro used In till tournament games, It Is not necessary lo uso such a large
surface, and an Inteiestlng gumo can bo plajed on an ordinal y dlnlng-ioom
table. Should there bo any compunctions about marking the polished top,
the dlUlrulty may bo overcomo by stretching a piece of whlto tape for the
lines nnd fastening It with drawing pins In the underneath surface,
It Is better for tho tablo top to be without coveting as n llvellei game
Hound tor Honolulu.
Tho barkcntlno Archer, Captain Cal
hound, was scheduled to sail for this
port from San Trancisco on tho 13th
Tho Amerlcnn-Hnvvallan steamship
Hjades, Captain flarllch, sails today
from San I'ranclsco for this port nnd
Tho barkcntlno Irmgaid, Captain
Schmidt, wns booked to sail from San
I'rahclsco for Honolulu on tho 10th
L De Turk's Table Wines
justly known to bo tho CHOJCEST
CALIFORNIA PRODUCT. A largo
supply of tho different varieties. Just
H. HACfcFELD & CO., LTD.
80LE AGENT8 AND GENERAL DISTRIBUTORS
THE HAWAIIAN TERRITORY.
The Bulletin. ?5 cents nfr month.
The Dr. M
I (with sus- 3&J
AMm Ulrrtnc "Belt
pensorv ' cuiranteed
possess vir all tnc- uirative proper
ties of the expensive belts im'v sold by
do tors and mizt. ". it Rives a very
lions? cu-rcnt of el-rtrkitv lnd Is eillv
regulated. Bun 1 to supervile others. Can
be lnd from the un ler-hneJ only I no
ncents; no llMiiiint, Ir.ul ir free. Address
"lerce n.-etnlc Cm . iof Post St., S in
Pri 'i tn-.fi, Iia ill tiriiiK.no
FELS NAPTHA SOAP
WASHES CLOTHES WITHOUT RUBBING
REMOVES ALL GREASE AND PAINT STAINS
SALTERS' GROCERY STORE
Honolulu, II T, May 10, 1902.
ltecolved from EMMET7 MAY, draft for Plfteen Hundred Dollars on
tho GERMANIA LIFE INS. CO. OF NEW YORK, amount assured by Policy
.No. 2080D3 on tho life of William Moyer, deceased
$1000. (Signed,) CI'.CII. HUOWN,
Administrator Estate of Wm. Meyer.
The GERMANIA pnys their death claims promptly; oven In rnso of sui
cide alter tbo policy tins been In force ono year. It will bo remembered that
Win. Meyer shot himself recently.
l3AAH3'l"r MAY, Munngcr.
Germanla Life Ins. Co., Judd Building.