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KVENINQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU, If. T., I'lUDAY, FED. 28, 1902.
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The Hawaiian Souvenir Playing
THEY ARE HERE
Appropriate as prizes (or card names. Suitable as gifts to friends
and relatives In distant parM.
Knch rnrlf contains nf iiirco halftone Migrating! of the choir
(M view .f Uonoiulit, Jlllo ami the principal points or interest .n
tho Islands. Hack ik'slgn of Knmehameha Statue In co'ire Edges
In Gold. Double ona.nel purface. of the very best finish. Largo In
doxes make them suitable for nil card games Telescope cases stamp
cd In Gold Theso cards are manufactured by the United States Play
Ing Card Co, who hao spared no pains In making them the finest
scenic pack of cards ever published.
RETAIL PRICE $1.00 PER PACK.
t"iK;nd WALL, NICHOLS COMPANY, Ltd. iT.'.t
J. HOPP & COMPANY
Lending Furulturc Denleru.
CORNER KING AND BETHEL SIS.
But thoso desiring the health
foods, as handled by the llono
lulu Sanitarium, can obtain them
at our store. Our stock Is com
plete in this line and o note
the following Sanitarium Poods
l ow on hand-
WHOLE WHEAT STICKS
WHOLE WHEAT WAFERS
H. MAY & GO.
22 TELEPHONES 24
Our Customers Like Our
Curry Powder !
They nre satisfied tlint the
Ingredients used in Its
manufacture are the iinctit
obtainable unit that you
will think so toe when you
LEWIS & GO.
:. LEADING GROCERS. .:
1060 FORT STREET.
240 Three Telephones 240.
There is indh (duality about eye
glasses the same as dress, Not ei'ry
oho can bo fitted with tho Bamo clip
and spring, Eye-glasses should ho
uiado to lit the face "becomingly and
a small featured person ntteils a small
er lens than one with a broad face.
Wo fit each Individual, and take all
necessary caro without piling the
A. N. SANFORD,
Boston Building, Fort Street
Over May & Co.
I EElf IE SjMSSH
THEY ARE BEAUTIES
A bountiful assort
ment now on hand In
With such a fine
stock to choose from
It will be easy to
make a selection.
NEW BOOKS !
NEW BOOK LIST :
The Illglits of Man,' by Dr. Lymnn
.'ablcs for the fair," by Josephine
"Sir Illchard Calmady," by Malch.
'Stephen Callnarl," by Julian Sturgls
r'r,ench Reiolutlon and Heljglans"
tllcform), by Sloane. ( ,
"Schley and Spntlago," by Graham
'Forna Gordjceff," by Maxim Gorky.
'nicse are only seen of the new
books, but wo hae seventy times
scen Just as good nnd ns interesting
J. M. WEB,
UookHtllcr nnd Stationer.
No More Dread
of the Dental Chair
TEETH EXTRACTED AND FILLED
ABSOLUTELY WITHOUT PAIN bj
our late scientific method nrplled to tbt
gums. No sleep-producing agents oi
Theso are the only dental parlors ti
Honolulu having PATENTED APPLI
ANflES and Ingredients to extract, nil
and apply gold crowns and porcelalc
crowns undectecsble fiom natural teetl
and warranted for ten years, WITH
OUT THE LEAST PAIN. All wort
dene by OnADUATED DENTISTS ol
from 12 to 20 years' experience, an
each department In charge of a Special
1st Give us a call, and yoti will And
ub to do exactly as we advertise. W
will tell you in advance exactly what
your work will cost ay a FIIEB EX
8ct Teeth $5.01
Gold Crowns $5.00
Gold Fillings, 61.00
Silver Fillings 50
Our name alone will ue a guarantee
that your work will txJ'Of the best.
New York Deiital Parlors,
loom 4, Elite Building, Hotel Sum
LADIES IN ATTENDANCE
Hours, $ a. m. to C p. n.
Sundays, 9 a. m.,to 12 m.
If you cannot find him just look
in at the
LIE WILL.BE THERE
AN HOUR IN THE MORNING
THE 8AME HOUR EVERY MORNING
or afternoon, given to dictation, will
keep your correspondence "cleaned
up." Try it a month.
J. D. AYERY, Business Correspondent
Regularity! Certainty DeepatchI
Tel. Main 76. 9 6:45. Elite Bldg.
GETS MD ttHSHK
At the meeting of the exccilthc com
mlttee or tho Homo Itule Itcpuhllian
party last night Mrs Robert Wilcox
came In for n roasting by several nf
tho members, the renson being her
recent action with regard to tho Gov
ernorship matter In connection with
this matter the following resolutions
were read nnd adopted
Whereas, It has transpired dining
tho paRt few weeks that irresponsible
persons hne pledged tho support of
tho Home Itule Republican party to
persons and measures In advance of
nctton by tho paity as a whole, or li
this executive committee, and,
Whereas, such action places this
party In n false light before tho doct
orate of this Tcrrltor nnd tho author
ities nt Washington, therefore be It
Itesolved, That the executive com
mlttee of tho Homo Itule Hcpubllcan
party does repudiate and denounce
nny statements for or In ropres"ntn'
tlon of tho policy of the party that do
not conform with the platform bf tho
party, or with tho announced pollc of
this uxccutlve committee, anil be It
Itesolved That wo repudiate the
statements In tho public press that the
Home Itule Hcpubllcan party will en
dorso H. K Cooper, Sam Parker, Or
nny other candldato outside of our own
nominee ns Governor foi this Tcrrl
tory; and bo It further
Itesolved, That a copy of this reso
lutlon bo given tho dally papers nt
Honolulu for publication nnd that n
copv be forwarded to the Delegate nt
Washington, and the President of the
Upon resolution the chairman of the
exerullvo committee will appoint n
committee which will draft a bill and
petition, to he sent on to Congress.
nafdns that the United States nppro
prlate money for the pament of the
ow ards of tho flro claims court.
The list game of the Y M C A
Indoor baseball scries will bo played
lu tho gymnasium tomonow night nt
7.30 o'clock Tho gnmo which Is to
he plaed between the Business Men
and tho Evening Class team will ile-
eido the championship Ihe teams
ttand even, each having won two
games and lost one '1 he Hue up w ill
be as follows
nusluosH Miu Evening Class
Geo Wnterhouse . . . Jim Gorman
Prank Athnrton .. Mark Johuston
I'rcd Burger Carl Tnj lor
John Waterhouse ... E M. Cheatham
A T. Brock Claicmu Gin In
K B Clarke W. I" Dunn
C. II Cooke W C Crook
As will bo seen from tho above line
up tho Evening Class team Is plating
one man and tho Business Men two
men short. Umpires will bo Charles
A. Elstou and Prod Young. Scorer.
0. P. Card.
The first round of the Y Jl. C A.
handbnll tournament will he finished
this week and the second round will
begin next week. The plnerH who
have entered have been very slow in
plajtug off their matches and ns vot
several games remain to be played.
It is probabln that sonio ot these will
bo played either this afternoon or to
morrow, while possibly some will not
bo played nt all
Tho following ganis of the first
round nre jet to he plaved A M
Keoho vs A Y Shou, W C Crook
vs. Carl Tnlor, it J Allen v Frank
parting nnd Herman Mleth vs. Thos.
Cunning plnjcd to a good sized
houso nt the Orphcum last night and
his performance was first class.
After giving the regulai program
consisting of sleight of hand, digital
und magic, Cunning entertained tho
audience by nn exhibition in hypno
tism He secured some very good sub
jects from the nudlcuce and caused
them to perform antics of so comical
a nature as to keep ever) body in a
continuous uproar of laughter.
Fancies If horse racing, bathing,
fighting, etc-, took possession of the
subjects nnd their minds were con
trolled nt will bo tho magician, mind
remit r nnd hypontlst One young man
was put Into the rigid or cataleptic
Mate and with body suspended hori
zontally, an Immense stone was brok
en on It by blows from a litnvy sledge
To conclude tho performance. Cun
ning caused a buy to go Into n hjpno
tlc sleep for a period of twenty-four
hours Tho sleeper, who Is on exhibi
tion In the show window of E. O. Hall
& Son, has drawn a big crowd through
out the day As Saturday night nt the
Orphcum Is taken up by a boxing exhi
bition, tonight and Monday nights will
bo the last opportunjtles of seeing this
W. W. Harris, the c halrman of the
Boys' Brigade athletic committee, hai
received u letter from Camp McKIn
ley In answer to a note wrltt'JU by him,
In which the men stationed at the
camp were Invited to participate in the
events of thn coming Held day. In tho
letter which Mr Hnrrls received, It li
stated that during the last few dayi
an athletic association has been form
ed by tho soldiers In tho camp and
they now ask the rithlctln committee
to send them particulars concerning
the field clay events In order that they
can put In training thelV aVnllahU
DOYLP. IN KAU.
Nanlehu Knu Feb 26. Mr. Doylo
Is ngaln with us and wo expect to hear
something drop There Is suro to b
something done when ho puts In an
appearance on tho stago.
mm to (he
LOCAL AND GENERAL
The Bulletin's special Industrial edi
tion can be obtained at this office of
the newsstands. Price 25 cents.
A laih rolumbla bhjclc Is for sale
.-c-r i m emir column .
The steamer Kauai salts for Kauai
this artcrnoon to load sugar. ,
Nicely furnished rooms. Popular
House, 1219 Port St., $1.50 per week up. I
domes & McTlgbo, successors to Ca
rrara & Co , liquor dealers, 95 King St.
The llanaii shoe Is a shoe of Instant
favor Mclnernj's shoe store sole
Eo glarses should he carefully se
lected and fitted by n inpablo optician
Sec A. N. Sanford's ad In this Issue
nice & Perkins guaranteo to do bet
tcr developing and printing for ami
tcur photographers than )ou inn get
Bourbon Whiskey, C jears old, $3 GO;
Claret, 60 cents; Sherry nnd Tokny, 75
cents a gallon at Hoffschlaegcr Co 'h
The adjourned annual meeting of
the stockholders of the Pioneer Mill
Company will be held Match 4th bee
Mr nnd Mrs Robert CIpuiIviiuIiik of
North Dakota am occupying the John
Cnssld) residence nt Walklkl, Mr.
Clenilcnnlng Is one of the leading busi
ness men of his State, and Is spending
tho winter enjoying the climate of Ha
waii. After nn uneventful vo)ngc of hov
enty nine dnjs from Sidney, the Amcr
lean ship A J. Fuller. Captain Has
kclt, arrived In port early this morn
ing with n cargo of coal, being towed
In by the I earless and dropping her
anchors lu the stream.
At tho afternoon session of the Klhel
stockholders jestcrda) tho following
were elected offlcers for the ensuing
jear: II. P. Baldwin, president, David
Kawananakoa, vice president I, A
Thurston, secretur). J. P. Cooke,
treasurer; J. II. Sopcr, auditor
Every member of tho Fuuith District
Committee of the ltcpubltcnn party Is
uieil lo be present nt tho meeting to
Le held In Hopubllcnn hcadnunrtcrs.
l.iuo nuiKiing, at 3 3D o'clock this aft
crnoun for the purpose of considering
tho matter of a candidate from the
district to run for tho seal In the
Legislature left vncnnt by the death of
Archibald ailflllaii Tho pirty plat
form will nlso bo taken up for consld
irnti)i ns certain chnnges have been
Professor Koehelo who leaves soon
for the Mainland intends to be nvvny
from tho Territory about six months,
and during that whole time the re will
bo no one here to continue the good
work which tho Government entomol
oglrt has started. When nsked about
this matter yesterday. Professor Koc
hele said he was very sorry this would
have to ho the case Ho would feci
very much more satisfied If there were
someone hero to do tho work while hH
was away In Mexico, ns there wero
continually questions of grent moment
coming In from vnrlous parts of the
islands which should be gWcn atten
The concert to bo given In the Y
MCA tonight will be n musical treat
of rare excellence. '1 no artists nre
Miss loin E Barber, vlollnlsiu. Mist
Castle, plaulsto, Mrs. W I... Whitney
planlsto, Mrs C B. Cooper, soprano,
Mr Chas Elston, tenor, Mrs Agitha
'lheso selections will be given
1 Beethoven, Sonato Mil, Op .10
Violin and Plana
Tempo dl Mcnuetto
Mlrfs Barber and Mrs. Kelley.
2 DeKoven, "For This . . ..Sonc
4 a D'Aurla, "Hevcrle"
b. Eberliardt, "Koboldtanz"
e. Neruda, "Berceuse Slavo"
6. a Kotoltl, Augusto, "Alone"
b von hlelltz, A., "Dreams"
0 Wagner, "Feucrzaubor," from Dlo
7. DetTerlot. 1st Couerto (Mllitalre)
This "Uoverle" was written for
Miss Barber by Signer Francesco
There wilt bo a t,uiuo of polo In Ka
plolinl Park tomorrow afternoon at
tho usual time. The Itcds, Blues anil
u third team which has been picked
from the third and fourth teams, will
Lluy, tho Itcds playing tho first two
periods with the third team and the
Ulucs tho other two periods with the
third. The Itcds and Blues will not
meet bcfoio Match 10. Theso are thu
teams that will play tomorrow.
Iteds. Potter 1, Shingle 2, Dllllng-
ham 3 and Atkinson back.
Blues Judd 1, Hancock 2, Angus 3
nnd Dolo back.
Third Team Carter 1. WatcrhoiiBa
2 Dickey 3 and Copp back.
HAWAIIAN PLAYING CARDS
There is a beautiful display of Ha
wallan playing cards., in one of the
show windows of Well, Nichols Co.
The cards arc ornamented by n superb
set of Island views of a very tasty se
lection, bringing In tho choicest bits
of scenery on the different islands ns
well as the principal buildings and
plates ot Interest In Honolulu.
A happy conception is the selection
of past Hawaiian rulers ns kings and
queens and the whole character of the
cards, half tone work and printing In
cluded Is of tho highest order There
are fifty-two different views which
give a splendid Idea of typical Hawa
iian scenes Thn cards are of the best
material and will undoubtedly prove
favorites fur local plaeis as well as
valuablo presents to send abroad.
The Bulletin, 75 cents per month.
ltemurkable merit for long
Wo carry these in g. nMeni"n
are a reflection of tho beauty that jou wilt find within tho store
I his week they nre radiant in tho handsomest of now goods all
lalnly marked and at prices that defy competition
Among the New Arrivals
will bo found many unusually attractive goods. Including.
Fine Victoria Lawns
10 inches wide.
Per piece 75 cents
for ladles nnd gentlemen's shirt
ings; excellent pattern; latest
novelties In designs.
12 1-2 cents per yard
35 cents each
PACIFIC IMPORT COMPANY,
CLINTON J. MUTCHIIN.S,
FIRE ,,Jk 2f MARINE
h . ,j nu, Man
VlcirNBRINY block:. FORT ST.
Tho cntlro stock of Iron bed
steads carried by Thco. II Pa
vies &. Co tins been sold to in
nt far bolow their wholesalo cost
on account of Davles' lack of
facilities for handling theso
This stork combined with our
own (which was tho largest on
tho Islands) makes us over
crowded, so wo will hold a spe
cial salo for two weekB, begin
nlng March lBt, In order to re
ditto fin stock
Prices will astonish you.
A Shoe oi Instant Favor
A Shoe of Quality
A Shoe for Men
A Shoe for Women
Exclusive in Style
service nnd ens fitting
and ladles st)le we are sol
Fast colors: over 100 patterns,
fresh and now, nt
6 14 cents per yard
ladles' ribbed Jersey vests,
2 (or 25 cents
$1.40 per dozen
or 3 for $1.00.
In White, Black
and : Colors : at
J. H. FISHER
Slock and Bond Brokers,
FIRC ASSOCIATION, of Philadelphia
WESTERN ASSURANCE CO, of To
Offices Stangenwatd Bldg, Mf
HONOLULU STOCK BXC1IANGE7
Honolulu, ehrupry 28, I002
NMt OF STOCK
" Brewer At Company
NS StttifDO Co.L'l
L b. Ktrr & Co,. Hi
Ew Plantation Co .
Hawaiian Sugar Co
Honomj Sugar Co
Honolrai Sugar Co
HalkJ Surar Co
Kafiuku Plantation Co
Klj-ahutj Sugar Co
Koloa Sugar Co
MdlrylaSuCo Ll I
0hu Surar Co, j
Ookala Surar J'ljn Co.
Olaa Su Co ItJ ml
OlatSuCo LtJ rJup
I'aauhau Su Han Co
Pacific Sugar Mill
Pa la Plantarl n Co
Pffffkru Sug r Co
Plotter Mill Co
Plnnr Mill Co At
I a 5,000
Waiaiui Agri Co
Wilmra Mill Co
VltJr Stemhlr Co
Inter-UUni tfamN Co
Hawaiian hitctrtc Co
Hon Rarli T ft L Co
Mutual Tttrrhnne Co
People's Ice & R t c Co
Tlrt National lank
Hawaiian Gov 1 rer cent
H1I0R RCo 6 per cent
Hon KjplJ Tranill
Twa PI tntat n 6 per cent
uanu k l m per c
Oahu Plantation, ope
Olaa Plantallono p, c
Walalua Agrkul ftp c
8nlPB 5il Olna ngflossililo. J5 75
VVIIV KNOX WAS A.NOIIV.
Attorney Clcnernl Knox wlillo prar
llrlriR In I'lttxliurR n one nf the
lnmlcht l,iwcr In AniPrU.i A few
jonrs ngo lip wan much put out lio
rnusc lie linil to nrrppt n !'( of r,0 -000
A friend met lilm an Ik was le,i
InK the omcp Knox waa Bwparlnc
mail "Whnt'n II nil about this time'"
nfkeil tlip frlcml. "I liaxc been knock
eil out of n trip to IvRjpt. Mr folks
nnnteil mo to make an argument In a
into ami I told them I could not bo
lierp Tliey told me to fix my price,
anil I nfilil J.'O.OOO. thtnktnR that would
put tliem out nf the notion. It did
not Tliej took mo up and my plans
nr nil ups t ' -t-Kanean Clt Journal.,
Tonne We'll liao to send some one
to break tho ncH crndually to tils
llroHiie Stuttorton's Just tho man.
Ho stammers 1011 know I'liiladci-
I'll la I'rcsa
WlLLAItD E. DROWN.
W. A. LOVfi. 1
Balstead & Co.;
ON 8UGAR SECURITIES.
921 Fort Street.
Stock and Dond Exchange.
STOCK AND BOND BROKER,
HONOLULU 8TOCK EXCHANGE.
Orders for tho purchaso or ia!o ot
stocks and bondH carefuly and prompt,
ly executed. Loans negotiated
Office Room 401, 4th floor, SUngen
wald Bldg. Postoffice box 390; Tele
phone Main 331.
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