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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU. Hi T., SATURDAY, MARCH 29, i&02. 1 ,$ A, T 1 Ik -T- 'f' W V 'yVi t 1 c THE CHICAGO $50.00 VISIBLE WRITING Mr. Oo. W, Fitch. wliti Slnrion tt Allll.r. San rranclico, Cat., 411 Monteoirrry St. Sari on March t6. lew, "A, I 11 Id I hav rut th. Chicago In In ofllce ohere It it at work from 8.wA.M.t04 jo P. M. right ty th tide 0, Smith's and the Bar Lock machines anj my imploer Is astorr lined at Ins capacity and superior quality of thi otk of the Sw machine ll will hold Its on aealnit any of the high-priced machlres, and I congratulate you on the production nf this t.ttle heaUy. I have owntd a Hammond-Oar Lock, and havejjin a smith for years, tt I would not exchange The Chicago for any of them. Then It does not need a drayman to carry, It around '' Examine this Typewriter at the locaj agency. Machines sold on "little at a time payments". WALL. NICHOLS CO;, LTD. (SEEKS m- )XJGrfijMij n 1 iiiin infl Only a personal Inspection can give you an idea of the value of these sets. They consist ,of evn pieces of the finest wood beautifully finished, and are a bargain. Come and bco them. J. HOPP & COMPANY, LEADING FURNITURE DEALERS Corner King and Bethel Streets choice candies sent to your home Why not order a" box of Saro- dI'b fine .candles when telephon ing for the groceries? The Ala meda has Just brought us, the most delicious FRESH CHOCOLATE CREAMS and vi FRENCH CREAMS We sell them In i-lb, 1 ano 2-Ib boxen. Remember, Just a telephone messnge 'will bring them to your door. H. MAY & CO, LIMITED. Tho Popular Grocery. 22 TELEPHONES 24 BREAKFAST FOODS according to the opinions of physicians and food ex perts, we have all the.bcst of tho many breakfast foods now on the market. Thero is one that has be come the most popular of oil foods simply because Its work and results tell quickly and satisfactorily. Come and we'll tell you confidentially which will suit you best. LEWIS & CO. tl it Limited 11 11 1060 FORT STREET. 240 Two Telephones 240. INDIVIDUALITY There Is individuality 'about eye glasses the name as dress. Not oeiy ono can bo fitted with the samo clip end spring. Eye-glasses should bo mado to fit, the face becomlugly and a small featured person needs a small er lens than one with a broad face. We at each Individual, and tal.o nil necessary care nithcut piling the price up. A. .N. SANFORD Manufacturing Optician. f Boston' Building, Fort Street Over May & Co. mm STANDARD KEY BOARD iftni9t fin Hardwood Bedroom Sets at $32.00 ROPE PORTIERES Wo arc having qulto a sate of rope portieres. These aro a, new Importation and aro In very beautiful colorings. Prices aro very low. Extension Dining Tables Large stock in handsomely finished quarter-sawed oak. chairs to match. Our furniture stock at the present time Is very complcto In every department. Como and see us. Coyne Furniture COMPANY, LTD. PROGRESS BLOCK. NEW BOOKS ! Golden Rule Bazaar's NEW BOOK LIST : "Tho Rights of Man," by Dr. Lyman Abbott. tables for the Fair," by Josephine D. Dasfiam. Sir Richard Calmady," by Maleh. "Stephen Callnarl," by Julian Sturgls. "Kronen Revolution and Religions" (Reform), by Sloane. "'Schley and Santiago,'' by Graham (worth reading). - "Korna Gordyeelt," b"y Maxim Gorky. '1 ilnflo nrn nnlv unvnn nf frhn nnw hnnlfR. hllf Wit hnvn Rnvr.ntv fltnn. seven Just as good and as Interesting. J. M- WEBB, Bookseller nnil Stationer. BEGIN THE v . NEW YEAR WELL tjy having your photo taken, My work Is ol the lilghettt quality and prtcearcnsonuble J. J. Williams, Take elevator In Itoston Hlock. AN HOUR IN THE MORNINQ THE SAME HOUR EVERY fwORNINQ or afternoon, given to dictation, vlll keep your correspondence "cleaned up." Try It a month. J. D. AVERY, Business Correspondent Regularity! Tel. Main 76. Certainty 9 SMS. Despatchl I Elite Dldn. LOCAL AND GENERAL II. W. Foster, Jeweler, 158 Hole! St. Notlco of a llbol on tho American tchooner Frand W. Howe appear un i'cr New ""odny. Dunbar & Gotmlvea aro greeting their friends at the First National, 71 N. King street. The New I'nglaml Bakery Is opening a fine line of Caster egt,s and candles for the children. The weekly edition of the Evening Bulletin gives a complete summary of tho news of tho day. Two cottages on School street are offered for rent reasonably. See To Let column on page S. Nuuanu Chapter, No, 1. Hose Croix, will hold an Faster service In the Ma sonic Temple at 10 o'clock Sunday fore noon, F.astman pocket folding kodaks all sizes, for sale at Honolulu Photo Sup ply Co. at 20 per cent below regular price. Bourbon Whiskey, 6 years old, $3.50; Claret, CO cents; Sherry aud Tokay, 75 cents a gallon at Hoffschhcgcr Co.'s, King street. The regular annual meeting nml election of K. Peck & Co. took place yesterday. For. list of olllcers sec New Today, page 8, T. Cllvo DaWes will be the speaker nt the I o'clock service at the Y. M. C. A. tomorrow afternoon. The subject has not as yet been given out. Tho Hawaiian Women's Club will have a special meeting at Mrs, W. F. Frcar's residence, Punahou, nt 3 o'clock Monday afternoon next. The United States risk Commission steamer Albatross, Captain Thomas, returned to port yesterday afternoon about S o'clock, after a short cruise. P. Damson Kellett Jr. and Attorney Robinson of the Ilobeit Grieve Pub lishing Company lmo formed n law partnership with offices In the MagooD building. On April SO the sheriff will sell by auction all the right, title and Interest of II. Kawatc In n stock of general merchandise. See Under By Authority on page 8 In the Pollco Court this forenoon Will K. Fisher, charged with falling to pay his auction licence fee, had his case nolle pros'd, the defendant having mado a settlement. Out of respect to the memory of their late brother, M. Loulsson, tho lie b,cka havo postponed their entertain ment to havo been given this evening to Monday evening. The barkentlno Airlicr, Captain Cal houn, sailed for San Francisco this morning with a load of sugar. She was Jn port two weeks, arriving here from San Francisco with a general cargo on tho luth Instant. The big time prepared by the Offi cers' Club takes place, this evening. AH arrangements hnto been mado. and tho officers' ami their guests expect to have a fine time In the club rooms on the Capitol grounds tonight. The members of Pacific Ilebokah Lodge are notified that they will ba present at tho funeral of tho late M. Loulsron to take place from Mntonlc Templo tomorrow. Tlmo of funeral will appear In tomorrow's issue. W. K. Vlckery Is much pleased with the patronage accorded his art exhibi tion now open. During tho past week many of those Interested in nrt hav spent many pleasant moments In the gallery In the Mclntyre block, which In open dally to the public. Leonora Toires and Ollva Hlvcra, charged with formication, had their cases nolle prot'd In the Pollco Court today. J. C. Singleton and Allra Del gatlii (w), under the same charge, were found guilty and seuteuctd to pay a fine of VIZ and costs each. Will 13. Fisher's auction license busi ness bus been rettled to the cntlio tat ihfuctlnn of tho nuthoiltlcs as It was expected to be. Mr. Fisher Is to bo foil ml nt his old stand as usual, ready to auctlun anything from a inlltoad to a paper nf pins and get the highest pos sible prices. The formal transfer of the Hawaiian Cplsropal church from the Jurisdiction of the Dngllsh to the Amcrlruu church will take place Tuesday morning at 10 o'clock. The services will be very sim ple. Bishop Nichols will assume sovereignty on behalf of tho American House of Bishops. Captain MoQuame of the British ship Ellon A, Head, which arrived hoio from Manila In- dlstiess on tho 4th Inst., expects to send his two daughters home to Boston by way of San Fran cisco early In May. Tho young ladles have been with their father aboard ship slnco tho Itead left Boston. ; A special meeting of the stockhold ers of the Oaliu Hallway' & Land Com pany was held yesterday to consider a pioposltlon to repeal tho old by-laws and to adopt new ones. The new by bins which were carefully discussed at tho nuniial meeting of the company a couple of weeks ngo. They were adopted and the old ones repealed, No other business was transacted. As there was not a quorum piesent nothing was done at the meeting of tho Honolulu Athletic Club called last night to decide upon which course tlio club should take-with regard (o the Boys' lirigade field day, which . was postponed till Saturday next on ac count of the weather. The general sentiment among the members of the club Is for entering a team for the meet and it Is probable that this will be decided upon at the meeting nf the :lub tonight. 80LDIBR8 INVITIiD. In tho Y. M. C. A. hall at 4 o'clock Sunday, President T Cllvo I)ales will speak ami Mrs. A J. Baseman will provide special music Soldiers from tho Meado have a special Invltati in All men welcome iKwlfet V4JK7 A Mtm'lWj JUKM jtMtal ? fDO YOU REALIZE That In buying a genuine Hand Welt man's shoo that you get ex ceptional value? Do You Realize That unless tho HANAN SHOE was and Is nil It is represented, that It would nover have gained the famo it has? Do You Realize That you aro wasting your money and losing lots of comfort bu)lng shoes that aro claimed to bo Just as good as tho "HANAN"? Drop around and try a pair on; wo don't havo to saj a word, tho shoes sell themselves. Mclnerny Shoe Store IDE TURK'S I WINES. . . Wo know you will enjoy these wines. They are the very choicest, aro pure and of tho vlntngo of 1895. Some of the varieties arc: CABEHNET ZINFANDEL XXX CLARET -3AUTERNES -HAUT SAUTERNES -BURGUNDY -RIESLING -CHATEAU YQUEM Wo want your order. Free delivery. Comes & McTighe Telephone Main II1). 1 r4V4-4-4--T-4-4-4-4-4-4-4-4-4-m44 Special Sunday Dinner Tho best- the markets ajford served tnd gucsti -.nvo full view of tho sea from the dining 100m. . . INN L. H. DEE, Proprietor. W. Beswlck, Manager. Take the car to Walklkl. W. K. VICKERY, of tho firm of Vlckery, At kins and Torrey, of San Francisco, Is now In Ho noluli) with some fine wa ter colors which nro tin exhibition In ROOM 11, MelNTYRE BUILDING. In engravings, etchings anil photogravures will bo found many suitable wed ding gifts nt prices rang ing from $in upwards: X good selection of Cop ley Sepia Prints, prices from i2 to JO, arc also In collection. try Jkomel Tho pure Jutci(of .the' California Grape Fruit carbonated by us. ' Delicious refreshing and health ful. Delivered at 30 cents the dozen In the city limits. TELEPHONE MAIN 71. Soda Water Works Co,, Ltd, Belief to Cub.i ought not to bo grant oil In a gi ii'lKlng uplrlt, or In a way to put our govrn.'ueiit In the position of domumllng nif.ro thnn It gives In u hard buignln with n suffering depend in I'lrhaps a 'Jn or cent reduction on tlu- aiic'r nml tolmcco duties la hot tor thnn nntlilint. Iut that Is about alt that an ln nld for It II Is far from Waikiki jgi-iu-'oiis or (ousldeiHte Now Voik ' Mall nml Kpresa, No More Dread of the Dental Chair TEETH EXTHACTED AND FILLED ABSOLUTELY WITHOUT PAIN by our late scientific method applied to th gums. No sleep-producing agents or cocaine. These aro the only dental parlors In Honolulu having PATENTED APPLI ANCES and Ingredients to extract, fill and apply gold crowns and porcelain crowns undcctecable from natural teeth and warranted for ten years, WITH OUT THE LEAST PAIN. All worl dono by GRADUATED DENTISTS o from 12 to 20 years' experience, an each department In chargo of a Special IsU Olvc us a call, and you "will flnt us to do exactly as we advertise. W will tell you In advanco exactly whn your work will cost nr a FREE EX AMINATION. Set Teeth SG.Ot Gold Crowns 65. 0( Cold 1'IIIInHn $1.00 Silver Fillings 60 HO PLATES u'REn Our name alone trill be a guarantee that your work will be of tho best. Njw York Dental Parlors, Room 4, Elite Building, Hotel Street LADIES IN ATTENDANCE Hours. 8 a. m. to 6 p. n. Sundays, 9 a. m. to 12 in. Hawaiian ardwa e Co., Ltd 816 Fort Street, Honolulu. T. H. Agents For Hnvlland Waro Victor Safo & Lock Co. Ideal Heady Mixed Taints. Pansy Stoves. Impmvcd Stono Filters, And tho Steel Acrmotor. mklLim fefJC-ERMOTOR I curtains CURTAIN (TS) y E. W. Jordan's .. NO. 10 300 PAIRS CURTAINS from 50 cents a pair up, Tho bent collection In tho city anil much lower than imunl prlccn foi- ONK WliRK ONLY. liMn.ianMjnjiBimvi "mm' "-rnr-i Commencing Mon, !7tli J. H. FISHER & Company, Stock andBond Drokas. 1 AQENT8 FOR FIRE ASSOCIATION, of Phllidolphtl. WESTERN ASSURANCE CO, of T4 ronto. Offices 8tangenwild Rldg Me diant Street. Tel. Main 351. HONOLULU STOCK OXCHANOE Honolulu. .March 2g, 1932 NA.ME Of STOCK pjfj'ip'l? B" Aki MERCANTILE. C. Rrtwrr & Company. i,ooo,&c tao 4 N.S SitbiDO.Co.lM. 60,000 ' 4 LB. Kerr Ic Co,, LU.. toooto r SUGAR $ Pw PUntatton Co ..... j.eno.ooo to ... u HtfullinAjtrlculturilCo 1,000.010 too ... t6ih HtwitltnCom.&Stt Co. fjtt.rjo too ,.,. Hi1!inSuzr Co .... t.ooo.cwo to tt Honomu Sujr Co .... fjono 100 . ,, im Honokta Sugar Co tono, to,. .f ittf Hiiku Sugar Co ...... 300,000 lorn ...... ICabuku Plantation Co joo.ooo n' IClbfl Plant Co .LtJ i.ojo.ooo 5 tt . Klr-ariutti Suear Co 160,000 im .. I t Koloa Sjftr Co yx.ov, , I lis MtRry4SuCo.,U.. .. j, too, 000 to jH 0bd Surir Co. ..... 1,000,000 too ' Pncm SugarCo l.ooo.oon to 11 ,, ., Ookala Sugar Plan. Co 500,000 t 3'i Olaa Su. Co., Ltd.. tt H5.oon ta . i; OlaaSu Co, LU fdup J t joo,oou tc ijH Ototmlu Company ijo.ow too ijj Pjauhau Su, I'lan Co 5,000,000 jo Pacific Suffar Mill. soo.000 Mc 119 PaU Plantation Co fjo.ooo loo PrpftkeoSt jur Co ... iyfix too ...... , Pioneer Mill Co. ,. t,tjc-,ooo 100 8a Pioneer Mill Co. Aiwa 300,000 too Walatua Agrt Co 4,340,004 too jj'i ,,.,,, WallukuSiiearCo . ... 700,000 too... ,,, Walntanalo Sugar Ct tjt.ooo too i Walme Mill Co itj.000 100 MISCELLANEOUS. Wilier Steamship Co ,. 9MiW l00 IOT nttr-Man4 Steam N.Co TZooo too .! 61 Hon. RaplJT.otLCo ,000 100 ,. " UII.IIKVKL,UI... t.0O0,OO0, 100.. .. OO Peop't't let & RTe Co , 000 100 BANKS. Pint National lank. .. FlrttASRank&TCo "J' " BONOS. Hawaiian iov per cent .... IMoR KCo. 6 per cent Hon RaplJ Transit ,. Ewa Plamat'n 6 per cent Oihu R & LCo per c fti Oahu Plantation 6pc Olaa Plantation 6 p, e Walalua AgrlcU. 6 p. c THE FIRBT NATIONAL. The Kirst National Saloon, one of tho prettiest nml best appointed In thin city will be opened tonight at 7 o'clock by Messrs. Dunbar and Oonsnlves. J The First National Is situated In tho ' new Mcmloncn hlock. No. 74. North King street and doubtless will prove .1 stopping place for many of tho thirsty ones on their nay to and from the trains. The new placo is handsomely fitted with a beautiful bar. the fixture nf which wore made In San Francisco and aro of superior design and work manship. From i until 9 o'clock this evening I Dunbar & (lonsalves will keep open I house. On Monday tho First National will be open for business, Albert Raas FINANCIAL AGENT. STOCK AND BOND BROKER. MEMBER OF HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE. Orders for tho purchase or sale oi stocks and bonds carefuly and prompt ly executed. Loans negotiated - Office Room 401, 4th floor, Stangeo wald Bldg. Postofflce box 390; Tele phone Main 331. Halstead & Co., Ltd Stock and Bond Brokers MONEY AOVANCHD ON SUGAR 8ECURITIB8. 921 Fort Street TEL. MAIN 133. WEEK AT BTdUll i5- ;. OP . bJ- ",r