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EVENING DUU.ETIN, nONOLULTJ H. T., WEDNESDAY, MAY 81, 1902,
A PICTURE SALE
A Reduction o 25 per cent
8ee Our Window Display.
WALL, NICHOLS CO., Ltd.
S M I
HAWAII LECTURE AND
MUSIC WELL RECEIVED
Comment Following First Appearance
In FresnoHawaiian Citizens
Hawaiian Iron Fence and Monumental Go.
TELEPHONE MAIN 287.
176-180 KING STREET.
GET GOOD BTTTER?
If yoil don't, you had liiitt-r ronlldc )our troubles to us and let
us straighten them out. Our CggJggJfcU,
CRYSTAL SPRING BUTTBR
In everywhere conceded to be the beet. It Is pure, sweet nnri flesh,
and wo gunrnnteo it. Tlio best will spoil In this climate If ou allow
It to become soft, so It Is often your fnult and no other that your
butter Is bad. Wo also have WHITE CLOVER BUTTER at 35e.
CLEAR BROOK BUTTER at 35; and MRS. VON TEMPSKY'S ISL.
Telephone your order and we will deliver promptly. We send
our butter out In neat cardboarJ cartons which keep It from contact
with other food In tlio Ico chest.
Metropolitan Meat Co., Ltd.
TELEPHONE MAIN 45
A XTT THEY NEVER G0ME BACK!
All 1 USE ANTOLINE
The greatest discovery for the destruction of the createst of pests
ANT8. Kills thoso that como In and keeps others from coming. Every
housekeeper should havo a sample box to use; no danger from poison.
TRY A BOX. PRICE 25c.
HONOLULU DRUG STORE, agents.
or P. O. BOX 330.
Just arrived. Tlio potatoes will
provo a treat and the oiangcs
aro very excellent, full of Juice
and swecL Tho warm weather
makes Iced drinks qulto popular
and tho favorlto flavors aro
Welsh's Grape Juice
Telephono your orders and
don't forget our fresh candles.
H. MAY & GO.
Tho Popular Grocery.
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LEWIS & CO.
It Is no extravagant
statement for us to make
when wo say we can do
better furniture repairing
and uphoUterlng than you
can have done civs here.
Wo send old furniture
from our repair depart
ment looking like new
and our charges are mot
reasouable. Come and
FURNITURE GO,, Limited
1060 FORT STREET.
240 TWO TELEPHONES
Havo you seen It?
Did ou get a catalogue?
If ou haven t, come and see
us at once.
Tho"AL VISTA" uses a film,
loads and "unloads In daylight,
takes a picture of a scopo of
about 180 degrees, or more than
tho human eyo can see at one
time. In short. It's a woudci
A. L. Morris, who It taurine Cali
fornia with an Illustrated lecture on
Hawaii writes that h Ib meting with
ery good succtrs In bH venture. His
lectures are viry vn attended and
the music by "the cmlntit dub as well
as the pictures of Hawaii receive very
faxorable comment Mr l'atnn, who
was associated with Mr Morris has
been obliged to give up the work owing
to 111 health. Hi b.vl an attack ot
heart failure similar to that xpcrlcnc
cd while In Honolulu and was ordered
by his physicians to give up all active
work for n year.
On April 30 Mr Morrlb gave his lec
ture In Fiesno under the auspices ol
the Knights of Pythian. Tho Fresno
Republican critic writer, of tho enter
tainment an follow.
The Iloyal Hawaiian Ftxtct was
thunderously r civet! last night at tho
Marten opera hour at the concert giv
en under the auspice of wnwonn co.
No 1 Uniform Hank l Knights of
Pthlas. and Ir, Dunn, th- enterprls
Ins manager of tbt nte'tnlnmont, de
serves th tbar.l.i of the rommunlty
for prot ulng siirb a il.llghtful evening
for lovers of m.iM- Thtre was n good
liour-c, ami rne tb,u ui Intensely en
thusiasts The mush is liy Mings, gui
tars and lluta Tbt"- Is something
peculiarly feiiucm nnti i."t-imuuiK m
this plaintive mufic f- Ju Urn Isles of
the Southern S".ir Mii"t t-f It Is na
tive to the lshindr Hk dreamy ca
dences, and roft othlng sounds,
strike the far like the gentlo murmurs
from the wave cap-wed sands of a
tropical b.vh. bringing b.ick recol
lection of waving palms lissom forms
of dancing girls, sparkling eyes, nnd
the moonlit t-enes, nn the beach of
Walklkl the Ileautlful it nlr.ii recalls
sad memories of Ilmei t Louis Steven
son, au-1 his rail death In tho Samoan
Islands among the people h had learn
ed to love so well
It Is Irresistibly suggestive of rest
fulness. Indolence peace, contentment,
nianana and doloe far nlento, so strik
ingly characterl'tK of the coral atolls
of the Peellh Th tedurtlvo Influcnco
of the music, one who hns onco visited
there alone can appreilate nd which.
when one has bten thoroughly Inocu
lated with Its noruoub delights, finds It
almost Impossible to eradicate. It r
Bald that one who has once lived there
for any considerable tlmo Is content
nowhere else. This music Is delightful
for It lulls its hearer In fortgetfulncss
of the past and tho future, and leaves
him with an eye sILgle to tho present
There are no gnat voices In the sex
tet and uo grat Instrumentalists, but
the group as a whole, the harmony and
lilt make up for this, and tho audlcnco
neer tires of It, and conttantly clam
ors for more.
As part of the performance, a lecture.
Illustrated with stereoptlcon views. Is
given The history and resources of
the Islands aro lutereitlngly portrayed.
Visits nre made to Mauna Lou, Hono
lulu, the rle and sugar flelds and fac
tories, and man other things of Inter
est. The iniui-rt will bo repeated, nnd
those ho enjoy music nnd arc inter
ested in the Islands should attend, lor
no where t an one get so well un under
standing of them without n visit, as by
an atten.lan e at this concert.
annuo 'is Ha
Mist, H-rtha Meyer of Moloknl, who
has been spending a couplo ot months
at the home of Mr. nnd Mia. William
Mutch In Kallhl, returns homo In tho
Lehun this afternoon, much to tho re
gret of her numeious friends here. Ily
wa of giving the lady a good bend off,
ibout thirty of her friends collected at
the Mult h homo early last evening.
taking along with them Ernest Knal's
mandolin and guitar club.
Under most criminally ralso pie
tenses. Mies Mover was Inveigled to
the home of Mr. and Mrs. John I.ucas
on tht I'lalns, for dinner, and upon hor
return home to tho Mutch homo nt
about b 30 o'clock, sho had with her
her host and hostess. How this hap
pened, no ono know.
Upon ai rival at tho Mutch homo,
Miss Meyer asked Mr. and Mrs. I.ucas
to come In with her. The house was
very dark, but sho know tho folks were
Suddenly, every electric lamp In th
house cast forth a brilliant light, music
came wafting along from Bomo hidden
nook on tho lanyl nnd somo thirty
young peoplo suddenly canio trooping
up from all directions.
The surprise was cnmplcto and tho
young lady In whoso honor hor friends
had collected was completely taken
aback. Howovcr, she rocoered (illicit
ly and gnvo evcryono n hearty wet
eome. Then came inbro music nnd
then dancing until a Into hour. Thn
nffnlr was a complete-success In every
LOCAL AND GENERAL
II. W. Foster, Jeweler, 158 Hotel SL
Gentlemen, refresh yourselves at tho
First National Saloon.
Nicely furnished rooms. Popular
House, 1249 Fort St., 11,50 per week up.
King up Illue 571 it you want to hae
work done on the graves by Decoration
A sail boat and gasoline launch are
offered for sale. See Morgan s column
on page 8.
W. O. Atwater's line residence U of
fered for rent. See II. Wateihousc &
Co 'a ad on page 2.
Some of the Fire Claims Commission
ers arc making a record of athousand
signatures to awards each working day.
Ilourbon Whiskey, b years old, 13.60;
Claret, 60 cents; Sherry and Tokay, 75
cents a gallon at Iloflscbtaeger Co.'s,
Headache and earache are often caus
Cd by had eyes. A. N. Sanford, the
optician, has something to tell you
about It In another column.
The sate of the Italian Swiss Colony's
wines has Increased from a few thou
sand to over a quarter of a million
gallons a ear In this Territory.
Evidence of a runaway appeared In
tho wreck of hack No. 209, telephone
851. lying nearly all forenoon at Itich
ards and King agalust the cuib of the
former street. It was gloomllj watched
for a while by n group of Japanese.
In the Police Court toda. Tho. Na
hlwa, charged with assault with a wea
pon on n Kamehameha school girl had
his Case nolle pros'd. Pang Chnng.
charged with common nuisance by al
iening his cesspool to overflow, was
lined $10 nnd coits.
K. C. ltowc has started business at
K0 King street In the Territory build
ing and will be pleased to see all his old
patrons. The finest of paint work and
paper hanging only will be dono and
Mr. Uowe's past reputation In the work
will be lived up to.
C. M. Cooke, foreman of the Grand
Jury, Informed Judge Robinson that
they would have had their work Com
pleted but for somo new cases pre
sented by the Attorney General. Poisl-
bly they would make a final report this
afternoon. The Judge gave them their
own time for concluding their labors.
In the foreclosure suit of Gustne
Kunst ngalnst W. II. Pain and Kllsc
S. V. Neumann, the latter defendant by
her attorneys, Hatch & Sllllman, lus
entered a demurrer. As executrix of
tho late Paul Neumann, she shous.that
no claim In the matter at Issue was pre
sented to her within the statutory
Nine Chinamen wcro arrested last
night by Deputy Sheriff Chllllngwortb
nnd others on the charge of gambling.
There was not enough evidence against
tho men so tho cases were nolle pros'd.
Wm. Amau, charged with truancy, was
sentenced to one year In tho reform
school by Judge Wilcox In the Pollcs
Court today .
David Kanewunu! was removed from
the hospital to his homo toda. -Tbo
patrol wagon was sent up for him but
tho doctors would not allow this con
veyance to be used so the yoiir.i; man
was carried in a stretcher by Ms
friends. Kanewnnul Is very 111 Indtcd
and the chances aro very much against
Judgo Humphreys Iiub authorized W.
O. Smith, guardian of Margaret U.
Hitchcock, a minor, to transmit the
balance In hand, as shown by his last
approved account, to tho Judgo of the
Superior Court In San Francisco, order
ing also that on filing the acknowledge
ment of tho San Francisco Judge Mr.
Smith be discharged. The last Inven
tory showed property In the guardian's
hands amounting In aluo to J2873.S9
made up of securities nnd cash .
sandals The Old Roman,
The New English Novelty.
Tho greatest merit posssoslng ncv
city yet Introduced. Your child Is
barefoot, and yet protected. The foot
remains free, cool, and Bhapely, de
velops no corns, no ugly Joints, and the
child Is happy. We bate but a few of
theso left, and aro dally expecting
more. You mglht as well buy theo
now, because their merit will force
you to buy them In tho end.
J. H. FISHER
Slock and Bond Brokers.
FIRE ASSOCIATION, of Phlladtlphl
WE8TERN ASSURANCE CO, tf Xfr
Offices Stangenwald lldf Mr
chant StrecL Tel. Main 1M.
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANO.E
Honolulu, May 21, 1902
NAME OF STOCK
C. Brtwtf ft Conptny.
ft PUnUtton Co ...
Htwiltan SugirCo .
Honomu Sur' Co ..
HUtra SuttrCo ,,,,
Kthuku Plantation Co
Ktpthottf Sujar Co
Kolta Surar Co . ...
0bu Sural Co . ....
Onomaa Sugar Co
Ookala Surar Plan. Co
Olaa Su. Co., Ltl , ail
OlaaSuCo LU pdupf
Paauhau 5u, rUn Co
Pacific Suear Mill
I'fpttlteo Si pf Co
Pinner Milt Cn.
Walatua Arm Co.. .
WHEN IT GOMES TO VEHICLES
there is nothing like a
Wlm, Mill Co. .
Wilier Strinxtiln Co
Inter-UUnJ Steam N C01
Hawaiian Lleclrlc Co
Hon H.rlJ T. t L. Co
Oatitl Ky & L. Co
Hawaiian Gov 3 rtr ctnt
Hon RirU Transit . .
Ewa Plantat n 6 rtr cent
uanu knllo rr c
Oahu Plantation 6 r c
Olaa Plantation 6 p, c
Walalua Atrlcul. o p 1
I04S . ..
1 BOYS' Bit
The little Duke of I.elnstcr, now 15
years of age, who Is premier Duke,
Marquis and Karl ot Ireland, with a
rent roll of J270.000 a year, has been
sent on a long sea 0aga to Australia
and back for his health. Ills mother
was one of the most beautiful women
In Oreat ilrltaln. She died of consump
tion sown years ago.
C C .Ocorgcson. of Sitka, special
agent of the Department of Agricul
ture In charge of Alaska, says that
Territory can support a population of
Honest dental work
at honest prices
Read the Bulletin. 11 per year.
Tho lower classes of tho Japanese
employ lurdly any other material than
paper for Hit If clothing. Whom wages
are exceedingly low cloth Is un Impos
llannna bread Is now on sain In some
places. It Is mado of bananas dried
nnd ground Into flour, and Is considered
twenty-five times as nutritive as ordi
nary white bread mado of wheat.
The athletic commltteo of tho Boys'
llrlgade, consisting of A. M. Cheek. A
II. Clark and W. W. Harris, together
with thu ccneral -committee of tho
same organization, of which J. D. Wal
dron, Moses K. N'nkiilua and II. C.
rierco are tho members, aro nt pics
out making arrangements for a Hoys'
llrlgade Held day and competitive drill
w lilch Is to tn!,o place on Trlduy, May
.10. Dei oration Day.
Tho drill and field oents will toko
place at KaplolanI Turk. Tlio drill will
bo beltl in tho uioinlug. the companies
f 1 0111 tTio Kaknakt), Punchbowl, Palama
and Kiiuluwela Clubs competing for
tho prize, a beautiful silk banner which
wns mado by tho Hawaiian Women's
Alter tho drill, lunch will bo nonet!
to tho hoys nnd In tho afternoon the
Held events will tnko place.
The club which makes tho largest
number of points will be given tho silk
banner as a prize. This banner, wnlch
has been competed for In previous
years, Is nt present in possession of
tho Palama club. This club will bo to-
Infori-eil by the boys from the Kallhl
club, who will not enter as a club.
On tho other hand, the Kakaako club
boys aro undt rstood to bo casting cov
etous eyes on the banner and it Is ex
pected that tho nvents will bo mado
Interesting by tho keen rivalry between
tho two clubs.
On the evening of May 31, the prize
bannors will bo formally presentod to
the winning clubs, tho ceremony ink
ing place In tlio cluli loom In Palama.
PioWoiih to tho prize drill, there will
he 11 brigade tlrlli on Thuisdaj evening
at about 7:30 o'clock. Tlio boy will
moet at their respective clubs, whero
they will form nnd npri-ar lit Union
Square to go through brigade drill.
Major Wilson commanding.
On this net anion thu captains will
tnlio lists for tho field day and the
tickets for tho same. Tho cnptalns
aro to hand In the list of entries glv
lug the names Hut! tho events on May
Dr. Charles A. Eaton, pastor of the
Cleveland church which Ilockcfeller at
tends when there, has decided on a
campaign of stmt preaching to rouse
tho Cleveland people, who, ho says,
nre sadly lethargic regarding religious
Tho Now York Dcntn! Parlors are """
under new management ana aro turn- Miss Mine Angell has discovered a
ing out tho best kind ot dental work new violet on Orange Mountain, N. J.
known to tho nrofesslon at tho lowest she sent nlants to the Smithsonian In-
prices over knovn in Honolulu. stltute, and the curator has named th
Each department in enargo 01 a spe- K11-i viol Ancellan.
.... . . ,..i'
clailsl antl our operators aro giuuimiu 1
dentists of tho best-recognized schools
In tbo U. S. or the world.
Wo havo a larger stall than any oth
er dentnl office In tho city: wo have
tho best plato workers, crown and
bridge specialists, and In fact all
branches ot dentistry as practiced by
us aro strictly up to date.
Wo can save you money on your den
tnl work. Wo will tell you In advance
oxactly what your work will cost by
a free examination.
SET TEETH 5.00
GOLD CROWNS $5.00
GOLD FILLrNGS $1.00
SILVER FILLINGS 50c
STOCK AND BOND BROKER.
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE.
Orders for tbo purchase or Ml ot
stocks and bonds carefuly and promt
ly executed. Loans negotiated
Office Room 401, 4th floor, 8Unar
wild Bldg. Postoffice box 300; Tl
phone Main 331.
V Ml t hLaW'tl ta.
A. C. LOVEKIN,
STOCK AND BOND BROKER,
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE.
403 Judd Building:.
Halstead & Co., Ltd
MONIIY ADVANCIJD ON (SUGAR
921 Fort Street
TEL. MAIN 133.
Fred. L. Waldron
P. O. Box 553; To) Dluo 781; Roon
3, SpreckeU Bulldog.
P. H. Burnette
79 Merchant Street.
Campbell Dlrck. Ground Floor.
Real Estate and Conveyancing, Insur
ance and Collection, Notary Public.
All our Instruments uro thoroughly
sterilized before use.
New York Dental Parlors,
Room 4, Elite Building, Hotel Street
LADIK3 IN ATTENDANCE
Hours, 8 a. m. to 6 p. m.
Sundays, 9 a. m. to iz n
THE LAST HOOK
CURTAIN WEEK AT
FRANK R. STOCKTON
NO. 10 STOUU
Golden Rule Bazaar
156 Hotel Street
300 PAIRS CURTAINS
from 50 cents a pair up.
The bent collection In tlio city nnd much
lower thnn uhuiiI prices, for
ONE WEEK ONLY.
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