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In this market. Recommended by the
as a system builder for children, nurs
ItC mothers and convalescents.
HARMONY LODGE, NO. 3, I. O. O. F.
Hnti every Monday evening at 7:S0
Ik Harmony Hall, King street.
H. McKECHNY, N. U.
E. R. HENDRY, Becretary.
All visiting brothers very cordially
MYSTIC LODGE NO. 2, K. of P.
Meets every Tuesday evening at 7: So
"lock In Kormouy Hall, King street,
flatting brothers cordially Invited lo
A. L. MORRIS, C. C.
A. E. MUUPHY, K. R. B.
OAHU LODGE, No. T, K. of P.
Meets every Friday evening at Har
mony Hall, King street, at 7:30. Mem
ken of Mystic Lodge, No. 2, and visit
tag brothers cordially Invited.
F. W. DUNN, O.O.
ED. C. ALDRICH,
K. of R. & S.
Wojig Hang Poy & Co
Between Smith and Maunakea.
Closing Out Sale of
and Kitchen Utensils
Choice Imported Toilet
and Dinner Sets
Kahikinoi Meat Market
FRUITS AND VEGETABLES
Tetania 8treet, Corner Alaksa,
'Phone Blue 2511.
ALSO AT TUB
MEAT 8TALL8 10 AND 20.
file Eiglish and Americas Goods
05 Hotel street, and
Hotel near Nuujnu
P.O. Box git.
TEL WHtTB g
AH PAT & CO.,
1258 Fort St. above Orpheum.
AH PAT, expert cutter, late foreman
7, D. Tregloan. 8ults latest styles and
good fit Cleaning and reoalrlng.
Gonsalves & Co.,
AND WINE MERCHANTS.
22? Queen St., Honolulu, H. I
General bookbinding, ruling, gilding,
embossing, maps, charts and artlsUe
printing at the EVENINO BULLETIN
DO YOU LOVE
pure, fresh, wholesome candy, made
by o first-class San Francisco candy
maker, an artist In his line, and told
at San I'ranclsco prices? Then let us
whisper In your car whero you van
got It made fresh ovcry day at tht
New England Bakery, on Hotel St.
You can't expect to buy Fresh Canly
at a hardware storo or clothing hoiigp;
It Is simply nn Impossibility. Twenty-
five Cents will buy you a pound of
Hether, Peanut, Cocoanut or Popcorn
Crt.ip or n pound of llcious Chew
Ire Taffy In Molasses, Strawberry, V
nllla and Lemon Flavors. Forty Cents
buys you a Pound of Assorted Dalr.ty
Filled Buttercups, for which you ice
charged $1.00 elsewhere, and Fifty
Cents will entitle you to a pound of
the Finest Hand-Made Chocolates we
hao In the st no
All our otlur Candles aro soil nt
the eatro Reduced Prices. Ladlol rue
Invito. to sample and Inspect our tan
dhs at the
NEW ENGLAND BAKERY
ot oil kIzcs and prices
In all parts of the city
Castle & Lansdale
REAL E3TATE AND INSUR
ANCE agents; invest-
&0&507 Stangenwald Building.
Telephone Main 70.
10 YEARS OLD
29 KING ST., NEAR BETHEL
BLURRING OF THE PRINT
oftentimes show tho need ot glasces
They are come of tho Indications of
defectlvo vision and should bo attend'
cd to at once.
Tou'll be surprised at tho comfort
a pair of glasses will afford If your
sight Ib In any way defective.
Scientific examination and proper
glasses properly adjusted Is what you
are guaranteed here.
A. N. SANFORD,
Boston Building, Fort OtreeL
Over May A Co.
Camara & Co
S. E. corner Queen and Alakea
WINES, BEERS and LIQUORS
NEW STOCK JUST OPENED COM
PRISING THE BEST BRANDS OF
ALL KINDS OF
FAMILY TRADE SOLICITED.
BUDVYEISER, RAINIER and PRIMO
P. 0. Box 664; Tel. Blue 492.
The BROOKLYN SALOON
twosn Merchant and Qums.
V. K Cunningham. Jno. tohatftr
Mr, Warde's Farewell
Tomorrow night Mr. Wardo and his
splendid organization, who have been
delighting Honolulu theater goers for
tho past fortnight, say farewell. The
performance Is a notable one, and ono
IMUl UIIKI11 IU UU lUIIfc IVUICIIIUCIVUi 11
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Is a composlto bill, the full and official
program being as follows:
"A Midsummer Nlght'a
Capt. II. Bcrgcr and Orchestra.
2. Address, "Shakespeare and the
Players".... Mr. Walter 0. Smith
3. Tableau With selection from tho
creatures ot Shakespeare's fancy
Song, "I Know a Dank"
Jacques, "As You Like It"
Othello, "Othello" .... Mr. Herman
Hamlet, "Hamlel"...Mr. Johnstono
Brutus, "Julius Caesar"
Mcrcutlo, "Romeo and Juliet" . . .
Touchstone. "As You Like It" . . .
. Falstaff, "Henry IV"
King Henry, "Henry V"
Macbeth, "Macbeth" ,.
Richard. "Richard III"
Mr. Harris "-""' "" ir. Mcuinnj
Antony and Cleopatra" I ?,,? CUrl ""j MArr'?Cy
im JIortla " MIM Artton
Lear, "King Lear"
...... .... ..... Mr. Watson
Cordelia, "King Lear" ----
wueen rvuincrine, "uenry vili".
Other characters by auxiliaries.
Instrumental and Vocal Selection,
Miss J. Kelllaa and Mrs. N. Alapal.
Chorus and Orchestra.
Friday evening, Mrs. R. R. Weir
gavo a delightful progressive whist
party In honor of her brother, Mr.
Wm. Randall, of Now York, at her res
idence, 319 Vineyard street. The houss
was beautifully decorated with malic,
red and pink carnations and marguer
ites. Refreshments consisting ot Ice
cream and cake, coffeo v and fruit
punch wero served during tho evening.
Lady's first prize was won by Mrs
H. II. Williams; consolation, Mrs.
Moore. Gentleman's first prize, Mr.
Chas. S. Richardson; consolation,
Mr. Wm. Young.
Those present included: Mr. and
Mrs. Henri Dergcr, Mrs. Robert N.
Willing, Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Reynolds,
Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Rice, Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Hudson, Mr. and Mrs. Joa
Cohen, Mr. and Mcs. Chaw Chilling
worth, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Crane, Mr.
and Mrs. Chas. Jennings, Mr. and
Mrs. Zeavo, Mrs. l'cters, Mrs. Fra
zlcr, Mrs. SaraTi Gcrtz, Mrs. John Car-
dea, jTrs. II. H. Williams. Misses Ella
Dayton, Virginia Drew Trcscott, C.
Carlson, Mary Chllllngworth, Deverlll,
Florence Handy, Ncllson, Eva Bos
well, Jessie Frazler, Kato WooJard,
Messrs. Wm. Randall, A. W. Keoch,
Traltel, Clinton Owon, G. R. Gray, W.
Young, Clifton Tracy, Chas. 8. Rich
ardson, David Thrum, Waggoner, S.
Lovey, J. Levey, Mllverton, Flood, W.
S. Webster, Ed. Dckum, James Dick
On Monday morning H. O. Dray w...
nnon In thla oltv n flahmnruot whlnh'
""" - - - ----
Is to bo carried out on the latest and
Mnn, Himln.n nlnn Y. ...lit nAA.in., . It A
most modern plan. It wilt occupy tho
two lowest stalls In tho Klshmarket
and will be furnished with a telephone,
as Mr. Dray Intends to mako a spe
cialty of supplying the hotels and de
livering at private houses.
Tor his supply of fish Mr. Dray has
mailo a contract with a man who con -
ducts fishing In tho Pearl HarCor wa.
tors with a gasoline launch thirty-five
feet long. Mr. Dray Is an expert, in tho
., f . .! ..
nBn.nB uub.ucbb, wu.cu uo UBS Iollow.
cd for tho past thirty years. He has
been engaged In this business on va-
rlous coasts, fishing from tho large
Atlantic banks 'and along the Atlantlo
rnnnf ilnwn In Vlnrlrln. Frnm thrn
ho went to the Alaskan waters, whero
ho was extensively engaged In this,
uubiuub iiuui tu mo utrivui iu iuviuii
PRETTY HILO WEDDING.
Hllo, Mny 23. At tho First Foreign
church Wednesday evening, In tho
presence of over one hundred guests.
Rev. J. A, Cruzan spoko the words of
the pretty Episcopalian marriage-ritual
wMnli mirln Hlnrannn nnhlh.nn nt 1 nn n
Island, N. Y., and Miss Hazel Simpson
Lewis, of this Cty. husband and wife
Tho wedding was as pretty a one in all
Its details as was ever seen In Hllo.
Read "WantB" on page 6.
1. The Balcony Scene
From "Horaeo and Juliet"
Juliet ...Miss Antlnetto Aahton
Romeo ... Mr. Hamilton Coleman
, . . , rti .
2. Sol oquy (Duke of Gloster)
from "Richard HI"
Richard Mr. Wardo
from "Merchant of Vcnlco"
Portia Miss May Wardo
Ncrl8sa Miss Dcrtello
4. The Quarrel Sccno
Brutus ... Mr. Chas. D. Herman
Casslus .... Mr. Harry Johnstono
G. Dialogue, from "Hamlet"
1st Gravo Digger Mr. Hyncs
2d Gravo Digger Mr. Harris
6. Selection from "Macbeth"
.. Miss Virginia Drew Tresrott
Macbeth.. Mr. Francis D. McGinn
Servant .....( Mr. Robert WatBon
A Few Words of Farewell
i. Mr. Wardo
Overture. "Festival" Flotow
1lr' ""es,The Trial Scene from "The Merchant
shylock Mr. Wnrdo
Antonio Mr. O'Connos
Hassanlo Mr. Herman
Gratlano Mr. Johnstono
'Rnlnnfn Hf n.ia
""nio , Mr. Barton
I ."? "A'!.' .-; MlBB UorlC"
"Aloha Oc" and "Tho Star Spangled
Banner," by Captain Berger and or-
This bill will bo a dramatic treat of
treats, and n fitting flnalo of tho most
successful dramatic season on record
Jicre. In honor of tho event Wall
Nichols Company will Issue a superb
'souvenir program of tho occasion
printed In Nllo green Ink on tinted
heavy paper, and worth keeping by
those Interested In such matters.
Mr. Wardo and his company salt on
Tuesday next by the Sierra for San
I Francisco. Ho has traveled far and
Closely Contested Sport
Enlivened by Young
.IN TWO SCHOOLS
Events Gamely Contested From Start
to Finish Great Enthusiasm
Among the Big and
- . .
One hundred and seventy-six people
witnessed tho sports nt Kaplolanl park
yesterday afternoon between tho boys
of Punahou Preparatory school and
Honolulu High school. This number
Included the participants, Judges and
active partisans of both teams. Tho
day was anything but pleasant as dust
nnu rain irequcnuy intcrreroa, nut tho
events wero spirited and gamely con-
tested from start to finish.
tuo ume maae uy me umo icnows,
over measured distances speaks well
for the future of athletics In Hono
lulu. There were no disturbances of
any kind or fisticuffs to mar the pleas
ures of the day, and tho lads in their
treatment ot ono another and In pro
tests showed a spirit which might well
he imitated by their older brothers in
.-. . . . .. .. .
nmie ot existence,
all elbows and
. knees, to mere Infants no bigger than
' hllltttta. It... mnnli tnttm n .. .1 ...1.1. nil
"tiMureo uvh umku laoim uuu nuu Ull
the gameness and dash of trained ath
letes. Before tho games started both sides
leu connuent or winning onu so cioso
wero mo iwu leiuus iuai it wus not
until tho finish ot the relay that tho vlc-
tory was won. It gavo the High School
, 64 2-3 points to 43 1-3 tor the Punahou
' team- The announcement of tho score
cau,s,ei1 much cheering and one little
raa,d1e,n "l0"1 P""ahu who,bad bou,s"'
ft Ba"y decorated horn along to toot
wag , d8apponte(i in not having
6n onportunltv of giving vent to her
The events, winners, times and dls-
tances were as follows:
One mile rim Kerr (P.), Nott (II.
fl' lH' 1,me' B mm "
"roTe" Vault-Lemon JI), Desha and
T h e Dr.
Aldtn Elrrtrlc "Belt'
pensorv !s guaranteed
all the wuratlve proper
','" f. ,,nePtf1nl bel,frn,ZJ li
regulated. Bound to supersede others. Can
, be had from the undersigned only, n
uc liau nuns lilt uuuciaiiicu uuiy i lie
arents: no discount. Circular free. Addre!
Pierce Electric Co , 206 Post St., Sa 1
Frr.dco. Sent free to Hawaii for 80.00
wldo and In many lands, but ho says
his trip hero will always linger In his
memory as ono of the plcasantcst In
every way In all his experience.
Tho good wishes of this community
aro but voiced Tn saying that th peo
ple hope It will not bo many months
before Mr. Wardo returns hero. It
has been "Vcnl! Vldll Vlcll" In every
way. Ho has come, has seen, has con
quered. A pleasant thing occurred to
Mr. Wardo a few years ago. After
playing an engagement In Adrian,
Mich., somo unknown and anonymous
admirer sent him tho following trib
ute: To Frederick Warde.
Oh, thou who lovest Shakespeare, and
Well tho meaning of his plays, and
Playcth them so well that others, too,
Understand, we offer thee (his tribute
To thy worth:
Thou art no common man. Tho
Blood that courseth through thy veins
Tho fountain of thy thought, Is taint
Not with passions unsubdued; nor
Thy hand that It should sin. Wero
AH like thee, and cared mora for tho
Man than for the glory they may win,
Much thls wrl(1 ould-be Improvcd-
8oonor rcnch tnat hs" tato Jehovah
.. it .,..i.ii
lMnR mayc8t ,,, dwo Bmong
lTho son8 of Men. pIcaBanl bo tIiy
To nnrt'fm- iiinrti h ti,i inn,.
For tho truth and right, tho highest
Rest In art. And when thoil cuffist to
Tho end of life, and lild'st farewell lo
Friends, may peace attend thy parting
As angels gather 'round thy bed to
Thy spirit safely to Its home above.
En Det (H. S.) lied for second. No
third. Height 8 feet 10 In.
Fifty yards dash First heat tie be
tween Lucas (II. S.) and Ho Sing (P.)
Wilcox third. Time, 7 seconds. Second
heat for place. Ho Sin first, Lucas sec
ond. Time, 6 1-5 seconds.
Two hundred and twenty yards dash
Lucas (H. S.), Wilcox (P.), Kal Ting
01. S.) Time, 24 4-5 seconds.
Running Jilgh Jump Desha (II. 8.),
Ho Sin (P.). Akl (II. 8.), Lemon (P.).
Center (II. S.), tie for third". Height 4
feet 10 Inches.
Eight hundred and eighty yards dash
Oliver. (P.), McCorrlston (H. S.),
Schnack (P.). Time, 2 mln. 27 1-5
Shoo put Akl (II. S.), Tnl Chon (P.),
Desha (II. S.). Distance, 34 feet 4
One Hundred yards dash Lucas (II.
8.) Ho Sin (P.), Kal Ting (II. S.).
Time, 11 seconds.
Running broad Jump Ho Sin (P.),
Wilcox (P.). En Det (II. S.). Distance.
17 feet 3 Inches.
Four hundred and forty yards dash
Desha (H. S.), McCorrlston (II. S.),
Vltaro, (H. S.). Time, 1 minute :0 2-5
' Standing broad Jump Akl (II. 8.),
I Clarke (II. 8.), Ho Sin (P.). Distance,
IS feet 11 Inches.
The one mllo relay race was a very
line event and closelv contested liv
, each team of couriers until -the last
quarter where Desha of tho High
School made a-runaway sprint for tho
last eighth, winning from Ho Sin by
twenty-five yards. Tho teams wero of
four runnors each, tho first quarter
started with Lucas (H. S.) and Oliver
(P.) at the second quarter the HlKh
School runner, Vltaro, had a lead of
about three years which Conant of
Punahou could not overcome.
The relative positions of tho runners
had not changed and Kal Ting (H. S.)
started off with the Eamo distance to
his credit, Wilcox of Punahou mad
a very game run of the third quarter
and caught his ontionont at lh flnlnh
' ITl' 2 " f'"tC(1r.h0nlJ
I s ..".. a uo Xllfiu c
runner had lots of strength at the
eighth started a terrific sprint which
landed him a winner and his team vic
torious In 4 minutes and 16 seconds.
The officials having In charge the
field arid track events were II, C,
i Plerco, nalph Itaymond, J,
man and D. L. Conkllng
IMPROVE FORT STRttT
The movement to secure tho paving
ot Fort Btreet throughout the business
center, initiated by the Honolulu Mer
chants' Association, is meeting with
general favor. This has lopg been the
premier retail business thoroughfare of
naturally and equitably to be placed In
the van of metropolitan progress. Once
Fort 'street Is mado to assume a com
pletely modern aspect, tile citizens ol
Honolulu will assuredly not rest con
tent until tho cntlra business quarter,
at the lenst, shall bavo a perfect sys
tem ot durable and cleanable street.
Under municipal government the pace
of progress would doubtlessly ho-maintained
until tho residence sections also
had avenues and 'streets worthy tho
capital of this owalthy Territory .
Don't forget Camarlnos of tho Call
fornlt Fruit Market when you want
fruit and vegetables. He always haa
on band a fresh supply of both Califor
nia and Island trulls Telephone Main
ALL THAT THE
Order a trial cose from the brewery, you need It to
.refresh and tone up ydur system.
THE ITALIAN SWISS COLONY
AT A8TI, 60N0MA COUNTY, CALIFORNIA.
THE LARGEST VINEYARD IN THE WORLD.
These wines havo taken tho gold medals and received the highest
awards at all tho recent
and are now noted tho world over (or tholr purity and excellence of Qual
ity. Trade and families supplied by tho following Jobbers: v
WALTER8-WALDRON CO, LTD.
GON8ALVES & CO.
GOME3 & McTIGHE.
JOS. HARTMAN & CO. , "
8. I. SHAW & CO.
CAMARA & CO.
WHITE RIBBON REMEDY
CAN Bl OIVCN IN QUSt OP WATER. TEA CD COFFIB
WITHOUT PATIENT'S KNOWUDOB.
While Ribbon RmJy will curt or destroy M
dlxawJ rrtlt lor alcoholic ttloiulims, fiih
Vtt patient It a confirmed Inebriate, "a tlppUr."
social drinker or drunkard Impoitlblt for anyona
U have an appetite for alcoholic llouo'l alter Ming;
White Ribbon Remedy.
INDORSED BY MtMBtRl X)P W. C. T U.
Mn A M. TownsenJ. Secretary of the Women'a
Christian Temperance Union; writes i " I have testsd
White Ribbon Remedy on very obstlnatt drunkards,
and the cures luvt been many. In many cases toe
Remedy was riven secretly. I cheerfully recommend
and Indorse white Ribbon Remedy. Members of our
Union are delighted to And a practical and economical
reatmentto aid us In our temperance woik "
Druggists everywhere, or by mall, St per box.
Trial package free by writing or calling on Mrs. F.
C. MOORE. Co. Sup. Press W.CfU, Ventura,
Cat Sold In Honolulu by Hollister Drag Co., Ltd.,
Leonard Makes Bis
flilo Balloon Trip
Hllo, May 23. After ten days' fum
ing over adverse air currents and re
peated disappointments because ,ot ac
cidents while Inflating his air ship,
Prof, Leonard, the aeronaut, came out
the victor last Saturday morning. At
9 o'clock n. m., just when the moun
tain breeze was giving right ot way to
(he gentle puffs from the ocean Leon
ard left the earth and made an artistic
Jump across the city ot Hllo.
Ho started at tho brink of the ocean
taking chances against a morning gust
from the mountains carrying him sea
ward. The sea was loyal and sent her
gentlest zephyr to carry the aeronaut
inland. The ascent was almost in a
perpendicular line. It was made so
quickly that the spectators scarcely
realized what had happened before
Leonard, hanging head downward from
tho trapeze bar let go his parachute
and started earthward like a plum
met. He tnmc down In easy stages
landing In a ravine in the Wainaku
cane fields. Tribune.
IvTETvrORIAL DAY AT HILO.
Hllo, May 23. Some of tho veterans
of the Civil War met on Saturday event.
lng to decide upon the observance of
Memorial Day In Hllo this year. An
executive committee was appointed,
consisting of tho following persons:
Miss Elvira Richardson, J. U. Smith,
Itev. S. L. Desha, Capt, Lake, Mrs,
Wlllard Terry. This committee has ar
ranged for memorial exercises, May 30,
In Halll church.
A. C. McKenney will be the Grand
Marshal and have full charge ot tho
parade. Itev, C. W. Hill will give the
Hllo, May 23. Ray Bros dispensed
to a few fortunate friends the first ot
the week some choice samples of
peaches grown on the Forrest tract at
Kaumana, The frlut bears an excellent
flavor and Is prolific In yield. The va
riety is a peculiar Importation from
Australia and I. E. Hay believes It to
be just the peach tor thla country. Ho
SlVSaiT. - careful af
tentlon, veny satisfactory results may
be obtained. Tribune,
Kltauca Is sending forth volumes of
smoko and clouds of steam. The sight
is a very interesting ono and pcoplo
expect that tho volcano will orifpt be
This was tho report brought yester
day In the steamer Klnau, which ar
rived from Hllo and way ports at 11
o'clock In tho morning.
Dourbon Whiskey, 6 years old, 13.50;
Claret, 60 cents; Sherry and Tokay, 75
cents a gallon at Hoffschlaeger Co.'s,
Finest bottled beer sold In
Honolulu. Puro and palatable.
Has all tho tonic properties and
the delightful flavor of tho best
Family Orders Solicited.
Gomes & McTigfae
S3 and 3 King 8t
Phone Main 140.
NO FLAT BOTTLES
At the Dinner Table
A Diluter for Wine
STILL wines are made spark
ling when mixed with " " "
white rock water
They are, in this way, given a
seat and life, unequaled except
by the best champagne. The
diner out or the gentleman who
must entertain much at his club,
will do well to note that the ta
ble will be supplied with this
water. It is given a prominent
place on tho wine list ot the
most exclusive clubs In America,
and has been hono'red by Presi
dential approval when served at
the Inaugural Ball Danquet In
Washington, The palate ot epi
cures Is gratified to the utmost
by WHITE ROCK WATER.
W. C, Peacock & Co., Ltd.
Our Soda Water
GINGER ALE,. CREAM 60DA,
KOMBL, .ROOT BEER, Dtc,
. Is sweetened by the use of pure
cane sugar. We use no cheap
substitute, ONE REA80N
WHY OUR BBVERAGE8
ARETIIB BEST AND THU
Prompt delivery anywhere and
everywhere in the city and Wal
klkl. Consolidated Soda Waterworks
Telephone Main 71.
Works 601 Fort 8treet.
Wo aro now paying especial atten
tion to catering to Family Parties, Re
ceptions, Weddings, etc., and the sue
crss that has attended our efforts to
please, together with our reputation
for serving tho best that tho market
affords. Is a sufficient guarantee that
wo will give- you perfect satisfaction.
Wo hayo tho finest dlaptay of ' tho
h.Hter grade of BAKERY GOODS and
fine CHOCOLATES and DON DONS
oer put on exhibit here; wo also car
ry HUYLER'S CANDIES and LOW
NEY'8 CHOCOLA 1 E3 and BON DONS
THE ELITE ICHJrEAM PARLORS
Tho weekly edition of the EvenlnQ
Bulletin Is the largest and best pub
lished In the Territory. 8lxteen and
twenty pages. $1 a year.
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