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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, H. T.. THUIcSDAY, MARCH 8, 1902.
t-;v -u. V aMi .! r.TT"7"""" T9W""T"""',iWt' V4i, The Hawaiian Souvenir Playing CARDS THEY ARE HERE Appropriate as prizes (or card games, ana relatives in distant parts. Each rarlc c ntalna flf'throo halftone engravings of the choir est view M Honolulu, llllo and the pilnclpal points of "Merest in tho Islands. Hack design of Kamchameha Statue In co'ors Edges In Gold. Doublo enamel surface, of the cry best finish. Large In dexes make them suitable or nil card games. Telescope cases stamp ed In Gold. Theso cards are manufactured by tho United States Vlay. Ing Card Co, who have spared no pains In making them the finest scenic pack of cards ecr published. RETAIL PRICE $1.00 PER PACK. Published and fop sale by WALL, NICHOLS Wilton, Smyrna Our showing of rugs Is more elegant thnn ever before and ou -w.111 not fall to find patterns and qualities to our entire satisfaction. Round Top Dining Tables Our stock of theso will most surely pfeaso ou and we hae chairs to match. Prices for everybody In accordance with the finish and woods. Enameled Iron Beds' None can show n larger or better stock and OUR PRICES CAN. NOT BE BEAT. Come and see before 1)0 Ing elsewhere. J. HOPP & COMPANY Leading Furniture Dealers. CORNER KING AND BETHEL STS. Sanitarium IsPau Hut those desiring tho health foods, as handled by tho Hono lulu Sanitarium, can obtain them at our store. Our stock Is com pleto In this line and we note tho following Sanitarium Foods tow on hand: QRANOSE FLAKES GRANOSE BISCUITS GRANUT CAROMEL CEREAL 'BROM08E MALTOL NUT BUTTER - ALMOND BUTTER NUTOLENE WHOLE WHEAT STICKS OATMEAL STICKS WHOLE WHEAT WAFERS GRAHAM 8TICKS GRANOLA, ETC. H. MAY & CO. 22-TELEPH0NES-24 Our Customers Like Our Gurry Powder I Why? They are satisfied that the Ingredients used In Its manufacture are the finest obtainable and that you will think so too when you use It. LEWIS & GO. :. LEADING GROCERS. .: 1060 FORT STREET. 240 Three Telephones 240. INDIVIDUALITY Thero is individuality about eje glasses tho same as dress. Not oery one can be fitted with the same clip and spring. Eye-glasses should be made to fit tho faco becomingly and a Bmall featured person needs a small cr lens than ono with a broad face Wo fit each Individual, and take all necessary care without piling tho price up. A. N. SANFORD, Manufacturing Optician, Dotton Building, Fort Street Over May & Co. THEY ARE REAUTIES Suitable as gifts to friends COMPANY, Lid, ITS and Axminster NEW BOOKS ! Golden Rule Bazaar's NEW BOOK LIST : "Tho Rights of Man," by Dr. Lyman Abbott, ables for tho Fair," by Josephine D. DaBkam. "Sir Richard Calmady," by Maleh. "Stephen Callnarl," by Julian Sturgls. "Kronen Revolution and Religions" (Reform), by Sloane. '"Schley and Santiago," by Graham (worth reading). "Forna Gordjecff," by Maxim Gorky. 'incsc nro only secn of the new boolts, but wo have seventy times Boen Just as good and as interesting. J. M. WEBB, Bookseller and Stationer. No More Dread ofthe Dental Chain TEETH EXTRACTED AND FILLED ABSOLUTELY WITHOUT PAIN bj our late scientific method applied to the gums. No sleep-producing agents oi cocaine. Theso are the only dental parlors In Honolulu having PATENTED APPLI ANCES and Ingredlentu to extract, fill and apply gold crownn and porcelain crowns undectecable from natural teetb and warranted for ten years, WITH OUT THE" LEAST PAIN. All wort dene by GRADUATED DENTISTS of from 12 to 20 years' experience, an each department In charge of a Special 1st. alvo us a, call, and you will And us to do exactly as we advertise. W will tell you In advance exactly what your work will cost oy a FREE EX AMINATION. Set Teeth 65.00 Gold Crowns $5.00 Gold Fillings $1.00 Sliver Fillings 50c NO PLATES Our name alone will be a guarantei I that your work will be o! the best, New York Deutal Parlors, Room 4, Elite Building, Hotel Street LADIES IN ATTENDANCE Hours, 8 n. m. to 6 p. n. Sundays, 9 a. m. to 12 m. If you cannot find him just look in at the Honolulu Bowling Parlors HE WILt BE THERE AN HOUR IN THE MORNING THE SAME HOUR EVERY MORNING or afternoon, given to dictation, will koep your correspondence "cleaned up." Try It a month. J. D. AYERY, Business Correspondent Reaularltvl Certainty Despatchl Tel. Main 76. 95:45. Elite Bldg. BlHsn Kbk3lJ . "tuUb:,WKR r LI LLL! LARSEN'S EXPERIENCE WITH A LIVE WIRE Shook Like a Sheet In a Calm- Could Not Let Go Handle Bars of His Bicycle. William Larscn, head of the Union Express Company, is today thanlclug his lucky stars that he Is still In the land of the lllng. Had an electric current on Merchant street been a littlo stronger and the circumstances moro fat Arable.', there would surely hnvo been a coroners Inquest today Mr. Larscn tells' the following stoiy of his unpleasant experience jesterda) afternoon. "I went home from work after 5 o'clock )estcrda afternoon In my brake and on mv waj passed tho Ma goon block on Mui chant stieet I no tlceil a largo crowd of people at the place and also noticed that thero were a couple of electric wires on the ground, dlrect! In my path. Tho crowd cried out (o me to take care at tho wires were 'llc.' I took no no tlco whatever of what thc Bald and continued on mj wa home Nothing happened to mo. "A littlo later on I returned to town on my bicycle, tnking the same streets Upon arriving near the Magoou block I noticed that there was still a large crowd nt tho place. There was a big puddle in the street and between that and tho telephone post thero was only about three feet of road whoro 1 could sifcly pass. As It happened the wlics In question lay right In my path, I heard tho crowd snout as I made for the place, but did not pay any nttcn' Itlon to what they said. "Uuddonly, I felt msclf deprived of jail power of locomotion and I wns I shaking like a sheet In a calm. I could 'not Id go of my handlebars and wni In a terrible predicament. I had pros nee of m'ntl enough left to detach one kr my feet from the pedal and this i member striking the ground, the clor- me current was not so strong How ever. I wns still shaking 1 moved my nanus on the metal pait ot thiuiandle bars and then put my other foot on tho ground People standing near then rime to my assistance with pieces of wood and removed the live wire Trom my pedal whole it had taught js I was riding along 1 tell you, I naa glad to be fiee again" sifip Pill Wray Taj lor. Commissioner of Ag riculture, went up Nuuanu valley )es terday nrtcmoon to see what damage had been done by tho storm He was very much surprised to find that there had been no damage whatever and that the trees at tho nursery were In llrst-rato condition. There had been a great deal of rain and everything was.iooKiiiR in the pink or condition. Mr. Taylor went on un to tho Pall and arrived there, Just In ,tlmo to Bee an accident. A Jnpaneso had coma up tho Pall road and heroic reaching tho turn where the wind is the strongest, ho detached his horse and undertook to take the wagon around himself. A gust of wind came along with hurrl cano force and, blowing the wagon against tho lOcks, smashed It very badly. A native was coming up the Pall road just at tho time the accident occurred and it frightened him so that ho turned back and went home Mr Taylor is thinking of going up Tnntahiit this nfternoon to seo If any damage has been done to the forests by the recent rains and wind. I KID IN HONOLULU San rranclseo. Feb 27 Mrs. Julia S Held, widow of Eugeno Field, Is making a short visit in Alameda with tno family of Henry K. Field, cousin of tho Western poet. Sho is en routii to Honolulu ror a pleasure trip and sails tomorrow Slnco the death ot her husband Mrs. Field has been liv ing with her family In Chicago. Tho mairiago of her eldest daughter and the absence of tho other children nt school gives her the opportunity for travel She sails this afternoon for tho Islands In company with a party of Chicago friends, and will spend about three months In tho South Seas. Sho leaves her two eldest sons In school In Chicago, and two other chll dien in a school In Mnrland. This Is her ttrst visit to tho Coast; when Eu gene Field wns heie In 18114, (ho year before his death, he came alone M.J Field is known to tho admirers of the most nrlglnnl and best loved ol all Western w liters ns tho heroine of his Impetuous eaily wooing, tho keep ei of tho family purse upon which ho made such leekless assaults, and the Insplrer of some of his best and sweetest verse She was, before her '""!i,la,! i.B8 J,""a 8,,tl't'rl!U1 Com- .VI ,? " .': .ZS. " , i" "" old, and when he was still littlo moro than a boy This was Just beforo ho started on his famoua bIx months' tour of Europe Upon his leturn ho mar ried her. in spite of strong objections made upon tho scoro of her youth and his own Impi ov Idem e AKCIIITECT8 FILE PLANS. Arh'i ts of the city aro beginning to tile copies or their plans with the Builder1.' Exchange ' for tho contonl eneo u? tho sub continctors and oth ni who ml, lit he Interested In them. Of rouuo the main contrartors hate their own copies, but by Ming oxtrn ones a great deal of time will be Bav wd. for tho sub contractors can bo figuring on them whllo tho main con trattore themseUes aro preparing their "Igurcs. Thero nro fifteen cities rnntnlnlng moro than M.ooo negtocs with a total population of 700 000, Klvo of thesn eltles exceed . .1)00, namely, Washing ton, with 80,702; llalllmoro. with 70, 259, Now Orleans, with 77,7U. Phila delphia, with C2,6U; and Now York, with CO.COC. mm LOCAL AND GENERAL The Bulletin's special Industrial edi tion can be obtained at this offiee or the newsstands. Pries 25 cents. New York, Tel). 27. Hiiini Raw, Aim fair refining, 3 1 8c, rentrlfu gal If, test. 3 B8c. Molasses sugar ! 7 Sc Refined, dull. Read "Wants" on page C. W W Hither has gone to Kauai. Meal's for new designs In wall paper Q. II. Ilcrrey's offlcc, 8 Campbell bid. Major Purdy has returned to llllo. Gomes & McTigbe, successors to Ca rrnra & Co , liquor dealers, 95 King St. Iron bedsteads nrc being sold at a sacrifice nt Coyne furniture Co. Prices will astonish ou . The weekly edition of tbe Evening Ilullctln gives a complete summary of tho news of tho day. llourbon Whiskey, 0 years old, f.3 50; Claret, 50 cents; Sherry and Tokay, 75 cents a gallon at lloffschlaegcr Co 's, King street Regular monthly meeting of the Young Pcoplo's Society will bo held this evening at 1625 Mahlkl street, W. G Hall's residence. 1 he funeral of Sister Teresa took I lace from the Catholic Cathedral this morning Tho remains were Interred In the cemetery on King street. Malic lllma members who wish to make a position on the field day team should bo present at Archie Robert son's place, Nuuanu avenue.' tomorrow afternoon nt 0 o'clock. On nccount of a slight accident to Deputy Attorney General Cathcart, Mr Matthowman has been appointed by tho Attorney Genoral to present criminal matters before the Grand Jury. W. W. Goodale, manager of the Walalua Agricultural Company, is ov er as a witness in tho Pearl Harbor case. He saB the storm has been heavy at Walalua, but doing not a great deal of damage. The rain will benefit tho crops nnd the pumps nru not working. The work on the Walklkl extension of the Rapid Transit tracks has been temporarily suspended on nccount of the very bad weather prevailing. The men vil not work nnd the ground being In a very soggy condition. It Is porha.n well that operations have been stopped. Theri was a very short session of the Police Court this forenoon, there being l-i. t a few unimportant cases to attend to. I'lve Chinese one Hawaii an nnd one Japanese were fined $10 nnd coils each on the charge of gam bling niu1 other cases weru continued until a luter date. The Hvadcs arrived in port nt about noon She had a very rough voag meeting first southerly and later on northerly gales. Tho decks were awash almost nil the time. She brings about 5000 tons of freight, some for this port and some for Kahulul After discharg ing she will tnke some sugar and will then proceed to Kahulul where she Will finish. It Is expected that she will have hero Sunday night. . IN MBMORY OF UAIRD. At the annual reunion of tho bodies of A. A S R. held recently in tho alley of Cheyenne, of Wyoming, tho program printed for that occasion contained an claborato memorial pago dedicated to the mem ory of the late United States District Attorney J. C. Ilalrel Tho page, which was beautifully finished with an artls tic border, boro the following Inscrip tion. JOHN CALVIN IUIRD DIED NOVEMBER 7, 1901 Gone In tho long procession Thnt passes away to tho night Oono' cs, forever nnd ever Gono for life's region of light Out from the shadow of suffering Drifting across tho dark main Into the brighter future Out from tho gloom of tho pain The same program has local Interest also for the reason that In r Is a fine halftone picture of Major Trank Wll lis Foote, who will be remombercd by many who knew him when ho stned hero In 1898 whllo in command of tho First Wyoming Ilattallon. wnlch was then on Its way to tho Philippines. Ml AUK ill 5E1 The barkentlne W. II. Dlmond ar rived this noon from San Tranclsco nf tcr a ery stormy vojagc She left I'cbruary 9 and battled with stormy boutherly gales until she wns In lut 218 N and long. 13J 27W, after 22 days of fighting strong winds nnd heavy sens, which continually swept her decks, During the o)tigo ono of tho crew, n negro, assaulted another seaman and had to be put In Irons. 1'iiBt mate llaumgabtcn has reported It In tho ship's log book ns follows: "I.nt. 2J lieg 38 N, long 1 1 deg 41 W nt 1 o clock p in fccainnn Charles A Richardson tame running, tnwnrds the Ice box grabbing the took s large knife Ho ran back townids the tore castle Bhnutlng "Come on ou dago .' I will give jou nil the knife you mo looking for I Jumptd on hliu and took the knife fiom him. telling him to keip (julet Ho grabbed an Iron belaying pin and tried to hit his watch mate with It again Orders were given foi the fellows to retire Two of them obejed hut Hlchnidsnn Insisted that he wanted lo fight again Seeing that he would not kttp quiet the captain gave orders lo put him In Irons Upon In vestigating how the row started eea men C Whlgton. Salvador and Otto Witt rhaigcd him with a vcrj seilous ntfciuilt ' THEY LIKE THE SONOMA. The follow ing self explanatory let tei as itci'lved fiom threo passen geis of the OKB Konomu this morn lug We tin tindei signed passengers In the S S Sonomn. desire to oxprtss oiii tliuiil.s foi the courteous tieatment we liae leeched nt tho hands of tho ,irrir. ih nml crow nf that steamer 'llin ' t.. ...... .ill (tin ...MM l.n .l.mlr...l nn ) UK nun ,,,, ,, ,,..,... ifu vti,,v, ami the conking was excellent. V. MOIKIAN, i im:ti:hsi:w iIJ 1' HAHDWK'K HanaN Remarkable merit for long Wo carry these in gentlemen agents .... ...MclNERNY CLINTON J. HUTCH1NS, INSURANCE. JSMS. LIFB fl) FIRE JHPTUBIW3I FM"tA wsjpsy "v ill L jirtO-V VAHtM7m McINERrSY BLOCK. FORT ST. ORPHJBUM TO-NIGHT LAST APPEARANCE GUNNING THE MAGICIAN MIND READER, HYPNOTIST HUMORIST, IN AN ENTER TAINMENi OF MIRTH, MAGIC, MYSTERY AND IL LUSIONS, ASSISTED BY MADAME ALONE. Warren the voung Mormon Wizard, King of the Handcuffs and a company of Clever Performers. An Entertainment to Please' All. Clean, Wholesome and Enjoyable, Reserved seats now on Bale Grand Song Recital Under the direction of W. D. ADAMS. MME. GENEVRA JOHNSTONE-, BISHOP iisststed by Miss Carrie Castle, - Pianist Mr. J. H. Ammo, - Violinist Mrs, W. L, Whitney, Accomp'st HAWAIIAN OPERA HOUSE MONDAY, MARCH 10th, at 8 p.m. Reserved Scots SI. Gnllcry B0e Tickets for snlc nt Weill, Nichols Co. OperaHouse SATURDAY EVENING, MARCH 15th i Grand Production of n scries ot Interesting Incidents. Ancient Hawaiian History adapted for tho stage by the HAWAII PONOI DRAMATIC COMPANY to bo presented In English by Native Hawaiian.. A Melodrama In two acts, entitled. The Lady of The Twilight New Scenes New Costumes Now Soncs A musical Interlude by tho company. I Landing of Lono and His Death' Characters by tho Company. Realistic Sceneries hao been spe i dally designed nnd painted for both productions "" I HART & CO., (LIMITED) (HE ELITE ICE CREAM PARLORS Fine Ice Creams and Water lest, Chocolate and Confection. i The Flne.t Resort In the City. Try our "Elite" Oyster Coektalls. A Shoe o! Instant Favor A Shoe ot Quality A Shoe for Men A Shoe for Women Exclusive In Style service nnd easy Utlng nnd ladleB' st)lc3. -vo nro sole SHOE STORE... AX m MARINE Iron bedsteads BELOW COST PRICES WILL ASTONI3H YOU. Thto II. Davits & Co's en tiro stock of Iron beds has been sold to us nt a sacrifice. Wo hao them nil dlsplajed with prices plainly marked Come and see tlieiu Coyne Furniture COMPANY, LTD, PROGRESS DLOCK. M. Phillips & Co. Wholesila Importers and Jobbers. European and American Dry Goods. Fort and Quesn 8L. H. HackfekU Co., Ltd. General Commission Agents. Cor. Fort and Queen Btreeta, Honolulu Send the weekly edition of the Bul letin to your friends. Only $1 a year. f JCX A '' KID Q LOVE NaSaP'aBlSv ; In White, Black and : Colors : at E. W. Jf. H. FISHBR Ss Company. Stock and Bond Brokers. AQENT8 FOR FIRE ASSOCIATION, of Philadelphia WE8TERN ASSURANCE CO, of Tfr rontot Office Stangenwatd chant street Bldg., MM HONOLULU tt'IOCK BXCMANG0 Honolulu,. March 6, loot NAME OF STOCK I pjfp 7 Bill Afitf MERCANTILE , C. Brwr ft Company t ooo ex loo im NS SichiDOCofl 6o,ooq f L.U. Ktrr AtCo,. Lt4 aooooo K 4H SUGAR Ewa PUnUtton Co j 000,000 o t' tt HiwatlioAffrlcuthirilCo 1,000,000 100 .. ir HawitlinCom ftSu Co t)it7jo too .. 4 Hawaiian Sugar Co 1 000 eoo ao 4 j HonomuSutarCo ?joooo too. itj Honokaa Sugar Co a 000,000 o it. Haiku Sugar Co , 1 500,000, too ...... tfo Kabuku Plantation Co 500,000 o 1 4 4 Kthcl Plant Co ,LU, . ,1,090000 50 it tlH Klpahutu Sugar Co 1600001 10a .. loo KoloaSugarCo . ' yx,oooj too ,,,. 115 McBryltSuCo.Ld. . 3 00,000 o j'J .. .. 0b Sugar Co , 1 j, 600000 too ..,.. Onomca Sugar Co .... 1,000000 o jj .. .. Ookal Sugar Plan Co I 900,000 to . .. 9 Olaa So Co.Ltf . ail Kjooo to s1 OliaSuCo UJ p-iupf a 500,000 to tj O1oalti Company 150000 too .. lis Paauhau Su, Plan Co j 000,000 50 11 Pacific Sugar Mill 500,000 too ... ti Pala Plantation Co tjoooo too ...... it) Per-fkcnSugir Co tjoooo 100 iro PlonwMltICo flt$ooor too to Plonm Mill Co Aiw 500000 too j Walalua Agri Co 4,500000 100 jt , .... WallukuSugarCo . roo,ooo 100. ... 345 WalmaniloSugar Co 1 5 1,000 too i$y Walmea Mill Co .. ttj.ow too MISCELLANEOUS Wll4rStmhlpCo l00 lt0 Intf r-Itlan J Steam N Co tooooo too .. ti Hawaiian tlKtrle Co w , Hon HarlJT &L Co ijom 100 ... q Mutual TtlerhonCo ., I9 OahuRv&lCo f2-S , !""S People s Ice & K f c Co 150000 too BANKS Tint National Bank First AS Bank &T Co " "" !!!.!!","!" BONDS Hawaiian (jov 5 per cent HiIoRkCo 6percent te Hon RaplJ Transit .. too Ewa Ptantat n 6 per cent Oahu U & L Co per c 104 Oahu Plantation 6pc . . Olaa Plantation 6 p, c .... Walalua Agrkul 6p c Sales 20 Hwa, 523.50; 5 Eua, 523.50. run 1902 cluu. Arrangements arc well under way 1 01 tlie masquerade halt to lie ghcii b the 1902 Cluli In the Kilts Hall, nn the eenlnR of March 13th. The committee In charge ulll mako thilr final report nt the regular week ly social this ecnlng It Is the plan (,f the club to Rhe each member flio tl'KitH for distribution among their li lends making the affair an in na tional one At this evening's meeting thoro will be election and Installation of offlceis for tho next three months. On account of this election all mem bers are esp"clally urged to be pres ent Card plajing nnd dancing will bo interspersed with the builness during the evening WILLAIID E. nrtOWN. W. A. LOVE. FRANK HALSTEAD. HalsM&Co:; 8TOCK AND BOND BROKERS. MONEY ADVANCED ON SUGAR SECURITIES. 921 Fort Street. Members Honolulu Stock and Bond Exchange. Albert Raas FINANCIAL AGENT. STOCK AND BOND BROKER, MEMBER OF HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANQE. Orders for tho purchase r sale ot stocks and bonds carcfuly and prompt ly executed. Loans negotiated Office Room 401, 4th floor, Stana.n wald Bldg. Postoffice box StO) Tele phone Main 331, . Ni -m 'H JORDAN i M