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:iWKrTS V, v p- , "tKVBNlNO BULLETIN, HONOLULU. It. T. SATim'tUY, MARCH 29, 1902. 1 - n lSf TV t ilfi1 I ' i iff1- r ' . ' i I '',; 'i'liL 1 Xf V W4A'if, 1902 CHAINLESS COLUMBIA BICYCLES The "COLUMBIA" of today has leached a state of perfection unequal cd In any other bicycle, and Its pop'l lnrlty Is ter Increasing. Light running uphill or on the leel, cushion frame, chotco of tires, saddle, pedals, etc. l'rlce $85.00 Large stock now on hand and we sell them for cash or on installments. E. O. HALL & SON, Ltd: EHLER8' BLOCK, 10UT STREET. BEAL'S and WALL PAPER are words synonymous to the Honolulu people and mean the very best at the lowest price I THE : ONLY ; SUNDAY : NEWSPAPER I If YOU want the news YOU want the truth YOU want good reading YOU want good writing READ THE SUNDAY- ULLETIN SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE Weather Bureau, l'imahoii. March 29. Temperature Morning minimum, 69; Midday maximum, 76. Barometer at 9 a, m. 29.95. Iregubr, Halnfall 0 28. Dew Point 70F. ) X Humidity at 9 a. m. 90 per cent. Diamond Head Signal Station, March 29. Weather cloudy; wind light N. ARRIVED. Saturday, March 29. Sir. Nllhati, Thompson, from Koloa with 5203 bags of sugar. . DEPARTED Saturday. March 29, T. K. K. Hongkong Slant, rilmcr, for San Francisco, at 10 a, m. Am. bkt. Archer, Calhoun, for San Francisco with sugar. SAlLINd TODAY. - U. a. A. T. Meado, Wilson, for Ma nila. Str. Knual, llruhn, for Hanamaulu, at 3 p, m. DUE TOMORROW. Str. Klnau, Freeman, from Illlo and way ports, Str. Claiullne-, Parker, from Maul ports. Str. W. 0. Hall, Thompson, from Kauai ports. PA8SENGEll3 ARRIVED. From the Orient, per T. K, K. Hong, kohg Marti, to stop oter in Honolulu S. Moilta, T. Nagahlsa. i y. w, w The first of Mrs. V G Roecrs' so rics of lectures on "The Environment or Dickens and Ills Works" will Ih held on Monday evening nt 8 o'clock In the Y W C. A. rooms. Tlio sub ject lor this lecture will bo "Scenes and CltcumstaucPR or His Early Lire.' On Thursday afternoon nt 5 p. in. Miss Catherine Cartwrlght will glu a leading In the Y W C A. rooms. Mis Cartwrlght will read various poems and prose selections. It Is un necessary to say that theso readings will be enjoyed, oh Miss Cartwrlght lias already established a namo hern ns a successful reader. The last lecture of Mrs. W. I Frear's course on Emerson will prob ably be held on Thursday afternoon nt 4 o'clock. Tho subject will be ''A Summary or Emerson's Teaching." Mrs. A. S. Parker has Just domteil a collection or good bookfl to the asso ciation. Atnong them are: "The Open Door," by Howard; "God's Fool," by Maartens. "A Noble Name." by Olu mer; "Shirley," by Hell; "Cheerful Words," by .McDonald; "The Holy Cross." by Eugene Field; "Develop ment of the English Nqrel." by CroK re; "A Truthful Woman In Southern California," by Sanburn; "Crawford." by Mrs Gaskell; "Celebrated Female Sovcieigns," "Christian Year," aud others. The association much appre ciates such donations of good new books, which are very much enjoyed b all the mnmbcrw Some of the Excellent Features in the Sunday Bulletin : Observations of a Fool Stories For and About Children Census Figures on Kissing , News of the Sporting World Death of Gen. Estey, the Great Organ Manufacturer The Little Crib ' Horse and Mule Meat Language of the Circus General Funston on Moral Courage American Women at King Edward's Coronation The City and Country Mile The Latest News Mrs, Ed, A, Williams Honolulu Undertaking Parlors 1120 FORT STREET BLACK FRONT. FIRST-CLASS SERVICE - - Ol'FICE OPEN DAY AND NIGHT. Pine caskets, shrouds and robes of every description. Flrst-clnss Ombalmer from S. F, LADIES IN ATTENDANCE. TEL. MAIN 179. GRAND SPRING OPENING A. A. MONTANO announces the "8PRING OPENING" of tho LATEST MILLINERY. New and exquisite do s.gns In bats and bonnets. A fine new stock of Ladles', Misses' and Infants' Muslin Underwear now on hand. A. A. MONTANO Millinery and Dressmaking House, Hotel St. near Fort. M. Phillips & Co. Wholesale Importers and Jobbers European and American Dry Goods. Fort and Queen 8U H. HackfekU Co., Ltd General Commission Agents. Cor. Fort and Queen Streets, Honolulu T W II (Ml DECIDED Th Supreme Court, by Chief Jui tlce I'rear lias decided the caso of Mary Sla Keanu s. Kaohl nnd.otli ers. reversing the judgment for plain tiff tendered by .Indue Kaluo. Knncv l.ua for plaintiff; Whiting and Hum nr icieiiuani. mo law points estab lished are "A delse of 'all that piece mid par cel of land' cairies the fee, "An ixnrpRHtnn flint thn ,1ml,,.. tB to bo her dower without any personal property uui huh is much more than U she tool( her dower or all my estate" does not shnw nnv IntunHnn !,... ,.- demise was to be for lite only." Jiwge Terry is nuthor of a decision of the Supreme Court. recr8lng a Judso's decreo in tho ITrst Circuit, which dismissed the bill In equity of John Kldwell vs. KrnnU Godfrey on th ground that the camtilnlnnnt ha.t - lemedy at law. Tho Supreme Court Bnds that equity has Jurisdiction and remands the lause to the Circuit Judge. A motion to ( quash execution In Vin cent & Uelstr's. Woiik Shlu King h.is been denied. Dan II. Case, guardian of the Laza rus minors, shows by his final ec count receipts of 3t,07.70 and pay ments of ;an. J. M. DowBett has been appointed ancillary administrator or the estato of Ilebecca Montgomery under 10,0(W bond. In, the Kuplhea dUorce case, the de fendant Is ordered to pay libelant's attorney ree of H'O and teiuporary ali mony of $25. Hatch & SlUiman for plaintiff moo to sit for hearing Dillingham vs. Wa hlawa Sugar Company. Tho caso of I'uhlltapa Malahia Oue rgro. a minor, s. Tranlc Pahla and LI wal (Jiierero lsdlsnilssod. THE STORM ON KAUAI. The heavy, ralna of the past week on Kauai have done a good deal of damage. Several landslides near Kl lauea are reported and some of the Makee Sugar Co.'s railroad tracks were washed away. The big reservoir nt Kealla' planta tion, Kauai, broke on Thursday last doing a good deal of damage to houses in the iclnlty. Ko lives were lost , rnimn Hquore Concert. The band will play the following se lections at a conurt In Cmma Squaro this artcmoon, beginning at 1-.10 o'clock: March, "Easter" Hawes Overture, "Tancredf . .. noulnl Selection, "Juruwilem" Verdi Aria, "Siege of Corinth" ... Ilosslul Blti, "Olory of Dijon" ... Andies March, "Thou Alt My Guiding StnrV Wight "The Star-Spangled nannor." EASTER ANOTHER DAY NEARER' " Some folks are born procrastlnators. Neither advice nor entreaty proes availing; they won't anticipate and constitutional last mln utcrs, therefore, must bo content with pot-luck depicted assortments, liut you are not In that category, arc you? You want to make selec tions under the most favorablo conditions, We oxpect big crowds this week. Wo shall havo in sale 13 tons of Fresh Easter Merchandise No occasion to repeat the stock arguments against late buying. You'o heard them tcstd them many times. Will jou profit by experience! i WHITNEY & MARSH, LTD CLOSED FRIDAY AFTERNOON. OPEN SATURDAY FVENINO UNTIL NINE O'CLOCK. WANTS For Want Column See Page Six "TO LET. TO LET Cottages off School St.. nr. Kuuanu. $15 and $10. I. n. R. Stinuch, 32 Campbell block, 310 I-'ort St. 2108-1 in NICELY furnished rooms, centrally lo cated, mosquito proof; gentlemen only, reasonable. 1321 Fort St. 2108-lw NEW - TO-DAY iSTEW TO-DAY POSTPONEMENT. The entertainment to have been giv en this Saturday ovenlng by Pacific Rehekah Lodgo No. 1, I. 0.0, F., hus been postponed until Monday ovenlng next on account of the death of Drotb- Her M, LoutBson, Hy order Committee. 2108 NEW - TO-DAY FUNERAL NOTICE. The members of Pacific Hcbekah Lodge No. 1. 1. O. 0. F.. will attend the funeral of brother M. Loulsson to be held fiom Masonic Temple tomorrow, Sunday, Time of funeral will be given later. By order ai.ici: mcholson, N.a. 210S2t i ELECTION OF OFFICERS. At the regulaf annual' kneeling of E. Peck & Co. Ltd.. bold on Friday, .March 28th. 11102, the fallowing officers nnd dhectors wire duly elected for the ensuing year: E. Peck.. .President and Manager W. VVolters Vice President C. C. Conradt ... . Secretary and Treasurer N. E. Gedge Auditor The aboe Officers, together with C. J. Campbell, constitute the Hoard of Directors. C. C. CONnADT, Secretary K IVck & Co.. Ltd. Honolulu, March 29th, 1902. 2108-lw BY AUTHORITY MORTGAGEE'S NOTICE OF FORE CLOSURE AND SALE. In nccordauic with a power of salo contained In n certain mortgage made by I). P. Zablan, of Honolulu, Island or Onhu, Territory of Hawaii, to the Pioneer Uullding and Loan Association or Hawaii, dated February 2Sth, 1839, and recorded at the Heglsfei1 Office. Onhu, In liber 192 on pages 19 to 181, notice is hereby given that the said mortgagee Intends to foreclose said mortgage for condition broken, to wit, non-pa ment of principal, Interest, as sessments and premiums when din; and upon said foreclosing will sell it public auction at the auction rooms of James F. Morgan, on Queen street, Ho nolulu aforesaid, on Monday, the 21st day or April, 1902, at 12 o'clock noou of said day, the premises described in said mortgage, namely: All that certain parcel of land situ ate at Knllhl. Honolulu aforesaid, bounded as follows. Beginning at tho eastern corner of these lots nt the West angle of Kame hameha IV Road, makal of the Kallhl Church, nnd thence running N. 30" 35' W. along Kamehamoha IV ucad 101 J feot, thence; S. 53 4iVW. 118 fen along Gus Cor- ilea' lots; them e S 3G 00' ii 100 foot; thence N. 53 10' D. along Kamehnmcha IV lload 108 feet to place of beginning; Containing an area of nbnut 0.20 acre. and being n poitlon of the land de scribed in Itojnl Patent 354C, L. C. A. 10498, roinesal to said mortgagor by deed of Lnu Chong dated. April y, Httf!, unci recordid In paid office in libel 138 on pages 428 and 429. pioNnnn uuilding and loan as sociation OF HAWAII, ny -Its attorney: A. O. M. ROBERTSON. Dated Honolulu. March 28, 1902. 2107 March 29; April 5, 12. 19. SHERIFF'S SALE NOTICE. Under and by virtue of a certain Execution issuid by Lylc A. Dickey, Second District Magistrate, of Hnno lulu. Island of Oahu, Territory of Ha wall, on the 19th day of March, A. D. 1902, In re matter of Washington Mer cantile Company, Limited, vs. II. Ka wate, I hue, on this 22d day of March, A. D. 1902, levied upon and shall ex pose for sale at public auction, to the highest bidders, at the Police Station, Kalakaua Hale, In said Honolulu, at 12 o'clock noon of Wednesday, tho 30th day or April. A.-D. 1902. all tho right, title and Interest of the said II. Kawato In and to the following de scribed property, unless the Judgment amouiitlug to Nluety-thieo and C8-100 Dollais. Interest!-, costs nhd my ex peiibes nru previously paid; Geneial merchandise, consisting of wearing apparel, Japanese cloth, Jap anese shoes and slippers, hats and taps, kitchen utensils, crockery and earthenware, pioWstons, tojs, picture rraniCH. shoe brushes, lumps nnd oth er goods. One counter scale and weights, one safe and show case. CHA8. F. CHILLINGWOnTH. Deputy Sheilff Territory or Hawaii. Honolulu, Onhu, March 22, 1902, 210E-51 UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED STATES, For the Territory of Hawaii. Whereas, a libel was filed In the DU trlct Comt or the United States for the Territory or Hawaii, on the 27th day of March, A. D. 1902, by David Halt and Edward Woods . The Amer ican Schooner "Frank W. Hqwe," tackle, etc., and freight and S. D. At kinson. Master thereof, In an action ilvll and maritime to recover wages and damages; i Now, Therefore, In pursuance of the , monition, and under the sea! of De Court to Jtie directed and delivered, I do hereby give public notice to all per- sonb claiming the said American Schooner "Frank W. Howe." tackla, etc., and freight, or In any manner In terested therein, that they be and an- pear before the said DiGtrlct Courtto be held at the City of Honolulu, on lllday, the 4th da of April. A. D, 1902 at 10 o'clock In ve iorenoon of that day, provided the same shall be a day of Jurisdiction; otherwise on the next day of Jurisdiction thereafter, then and there to interpose their clalniB and to make their allegations in that behalf. Dated the 27th day 6f March, A. U. 1902. E. It HENDRY. U. S, Marshal. Kobt. W. Breckons and J. J. Dunne, I'roctors for Llbellants. 2108 March 29. 31; April 1. Opera House TO-NIGHT Grand Production of Ancient Hawaiian 8tory adapted for the Htngc by tho HAWAII PONOI DRAMATIC COMPANY to be presented In English by Native Hawallans. A Melodrama In two acts. entitled: The Lady of the Twilight Now Scenes New Costumes New Songs A musical Interlude by tho company. Landing of Lono and His Death Characters by tho Company. Tickets on sale at Wall. Nllliolo Cc Popular prices. Beaver Lunch Rooms Port St., bet. Queen and Merchnnt Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner Served. Evei-y thing first-class. Cotnpleto line Key West and Domestic Cigars alwayi on hand. H. J. NOLTE, - Proprietor, PIONEER HOTEL 1 LAHAINA . Everythino New. Good Table. Nlr Bedrooms. Sample Room for Commer cial Travelers. Opposite Landing. Una lew, cool nnd comfortable. Terms moderate. G. FREELAND, JAS. F. , MORGAN Auctioneer and Broker 65 Queen St. if K -' . A A r ' ."S,v, -.4 ' r THIS SPACE RESERVED FOR J AS, P. MORGAN. m t ' ?1 o rL t ' ,y K-1 t "X ' s y -v t fjfOi '! .ST-v s. t:t- : ' i -". JAS. F. MORGAN Auctioneer and Broker .,W-f-- Manager 65 Q.Xieeil St mm'mmmmtim'p l'i nmiiwwummmtt T"