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THE CHICAGO $50.00
VISIBLE
WRITING
f. Geo. W, Filch. ollhSllllDlon&Mlll.r. San Francisco. Cal . its Mnntenirerv St.
Sjvi en March to, tgoo, "At I tall I have put tht Chicago In t offlc where It It it wotk from
8 jo A. M. to 4.jo I. M., right ty tht tide of Smith's, and the Bar Lock machine anl my employer li aston
ished at Iht capacity and tuperlt-r quality cf tht work of tbt Iw machine It will hot J lit own against any
el tht high-priced machines, and I cmgralulate you on tht Production of tht lilt t beauty I have owntd a
Hammond-Liar Lock, and have run a SmiUflcf jer, lot I Would not exchange Tht t,t.!czo lor any el
u m. , ncn ii uocb nos neeu a arayman 10 carry n arouna t
Examine this TvneWriter at the local
t a time payment".
WALL,
3222?
ir s:a ,i -jt
Only a personal Inspection can give
you an Idea of the value of theso sets.
They consist of seven pieces of the
finest wood beautifully finished, arid
are a bargain. Come and see them.
J. HOPP & COMPANY,
LEADING FURNITURE DEALERS
Corner King and Bethel Streets
s&w
what it means '
to the housekeeper
In ordering canned fruits,, jel
lies. Jams, olives, ec, the
Jiotisekocper may feel assured
that S. & W. are the highest
standard of excellence In the
market.
We guarantee every can of
S. Si W. goods sold from our
store and have yet to hear of a
dissatisfied customer. Wen,.or;
derlng ask for the S. & Vf.
Brand. We recommend It know
ing It will please you and make
us friends.
H. MAY & GO,
LIMITED.
Tito. Popular Grocery.
22 TELEPHONES 24
BREAKFAST
FOODS
according to the opinions
of physicians and food ex
perts, haye all the Best
of the many breakfast
foods now on.' Ine. market.
There Is one that has be
come the most popular of
all foods simply because
Its work and results jtelj
quickly and satisfactorily.
Come and we'll tell you
confidentially which will
suit you best.
LEWIS & CO.
li it Limited ii li
106O FORT 8TREET.
240 Two Telephones 240.
INDIVIDUALITY
There Is Individuality about eye
glasses the same as dress. Not overy
one can be fitted with" the same clip
and spring. Eye-glasses should be
made to 'fit the face becomingly and
a small featured person needs a small
er lens than one with a broad face.
Wo fit each Individual, and take all
necessary care without piling the
price up. . A
A. N. SANFORD,
Manufacturing Optician.
Boston Dulldlng, Fort Street
Over May & Co.
I EVE Jilg?S I
STANDARD
KEY BOARD
aoenev.
Machines sold on "little
NICHOLS CO., LTD.
Fine
Hardwood
Bedroom Sets
at S32.00
handsome
quarter-sawed
oak
sideboards
A sideboard wilt be an acqui
sition to any household; In short
It Is almost Indispensable now
adays. We havoi a slock of great va
riety In styles and prices and of
the quality you have long been
looking for.
Coyne Furniture
COMPANY, LTD.
PROQRE8S BLOCK.
NEW BOOKS !
Golden
Rule
Bazaar's
NEWJlOdr.LISTi
"The lllghta of Man," by Dr. Lyman
Abbott.
nbles for the Fair," by Josephine,
D. Daskam.
"Sir Illchard Calmady," by Malch,.
"Stephen Callnarl," by Julian Sturgls.
"French Itevolutlon and Itcllgtons"
(Itcform), by Sloane.
'"Schloy and GantlaRo," by Graham
(worth reading).
"Forna Qordyeeff," by Maxim Gorky.
'ineso nro only seven of the new
books, but wo have seventy times
seven Just as good and as Interesting.
J. M. WEBB,
Bookseller and Stationer.
BEGIN THE '
NEW YEAR WEI,k?
By having your photo
taken. My work lit
of the highest quality
and prices reasonable
J. J. Williams,
Toko elevator In Boston Block.
AN HOUR IN THE MORNING
THET SAME HOUR EVERY IUORNINQ
or afternoon, given to dictation, will
keep your correspondence "cleaned
up." Try IrTa month.
J. D. AYERY, Business Correspondent
Regularity! Certainty Despatchl
Tel. Main 76, 95:45.' Elite Dldj.
EVENINQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
, Itead "Wants" on page 0.
H. W. Foster, Jeweler, IBS Hotel St.
House of six moms, paritry, etc., for
rent. See ad page 8.
Judge Wilcox was In his place again
In the Police Court this morning.
Eastman pocket folding kodaks all
sites, for sale at Honolulu I'hoto Sup
ply Co. at 20 per cent below regular
price. ,
Bourbon Whiskey, 6 years old, $3.50;
Claret, BO cents; Sherry and Tokay, 75
cents a gallon At Hotfachlaeger Co.'s,
King street.
The case of Sidney Jackson, charged
with larceny In the second degree, has
been transferred to the Second from
the First District Court.
Mrs. Cole, of San Francisco, who
has been visiting Mrs. Weacr of I.u
nalllo Home, returns to the Mainland
In tho Alameda next Wednesday .
The names of tho officers elected
for tho ensulng"year by tho Hawaiian
Knglnccrlng and Construction Compa
ny, Limited, appear on page 8 of this
Issue.
The Lanlahlaht Jlub which was to
hava given a masqtierado ball on tho
night of April 20 has postponed this
event until the night of .May 10, since
the Foresters nre to celebrate their an
niversary In the San Antonio hall at
the former time.
Acting Oovcrnor Cooper will go to
Hllo by the next Klnatt. His Intention
Is to Inustlgato certain laud matters
on tho Dig Island. There arc qttlto a
number of homestead application.!
which have been held up until a per
sonal Inspection can bo made.
Complaint Is msdc of the condition
of Young street between I'llkol and
Kecaumoku. Hesldenls of tbo blocks
In question state, that carriage Instead
of taking, tho road drive on the sfde
walks, much to the damage of the same
and further complaint Is made that
residents of King anil llerctanla
streets whose back yards front on
Young street use that thoroughfare tor
a dumping ground for refuse, old tin
cans, the sweepings of the yaids and
stables.
A recent Associated I'ress dispatch of
March 12 from Tacoma gives n very fa
vorable report from tho operations of
the Montezuma Mining Company and
the Washington Cooperative Mining
Company of which It. A. Jordan Is the
local agent. The companies arc Joint
ly opening up the largest coal mines In
Washington at Fnlrfax. "During the
past week they hae struck a new ten
foot coal vein on the COO-foot level.
These tompanlcs control tho vein for
three 'fnllcs, giving 25.000,000 tons of
coal that can be taken out through
water level tunnels."
Tho Hawaiian KvnngcllrAI Associa
tion of Oalni Is nt present holding Its
meetings In this city for the purposo of
tho enrollment of members, organizing
and attending to other business. The
association met this morning in Ka
maukaplll chapel. Jlev. ,Katca of the
wnlanao church was elected chairman
nnd Itcv. Kaillil of Kallhl church was
elected secretary. The rest of the time
of the meeting was taken up with the
reading of reports from the pastors ot
all the churches on this Island,
This afternoon the second session
will be held at the Theological Semi ,
nary, on Punchbowl street and tomor
row's meeting will continue pith both
forenoon and afternoon sessions, to be
held at the sumo place. Tho last men
tinned sessions of tho meeting will he
largely taken up by speeches by the
various members of tho association.
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MIKAHALA FR0M KAUAI
The steamer Mlkahala, Captain I'c
dcrscn, arrlted at 4 o'clock this morn
ing from Koloa and other Kauai ports
with several passengers and 3200 bags
of G. & It. sugar for II, Waterhotiso ft
Co.
Tho Mlkahala reports the James Ma
kee at Kapaa discharging fi eight. The
Kcauliou was a( Ilananianhi, weather
bound. The Kauai was at Nau 111 will
discharging coal.
I'urser Frlel reports tho bark W. II.
Flint arrived at Mukawelt on March 30
11 days from San Francisco.
Tho ship Emily F. Whitney wns at
Makawclf. She had 31,000 bugs of su
gar aboard and expected to leave for
San Francisco tomorrow.
The schooner Rosamond was at
Flccle with 8,000 bugs of sugar aboard
and expected to sail for tho Coast to
day. Heavy rains still continue to full on
Kauai. The Mlkahala experienced
smooth seas and northeast winds
crossing the channel. '
OKPilEUM OPENING.
Tho Kllcford company Is booked to
nppcur at tho Orphctim, Saturday
evening next, April 5, This excellent
organization ot dramatic players will
remain with us for secrul weeks anil
during their stay promlio to product
a repertoire of popular eastern sue
cesses by famous play writers.
For the opening, Mr. Hates, the man
ager In advance, has selected a comedy
melodrama, "Th Man of Mystery." by
Mark Swan, author of "Ilrowu's In
Town' "Whose Daby Arc You?" nnd
other notable successes. The author
claims. It was written for laughing pur
poses'' solely with an occasional thrill
thrown In to work up a curtain climax.
It Is a play sure to pleaso all classes
from the pit to the gallery it Is n hit.
Several members of the troupe will In
troduce appropriate specialties. It Is
tho intention of the management to
change the bill every other night. "A
Man of Mystery" will run until Wed
nesdayon that evening David llclas
co's famous pljy "The Girl I Left He
hind .Me." will be pienentcd It deals
wHh the Indian uplifting In Montana
Ii early da. special scenery will be
used In this ptoduitlon. The cast Is n
lurge ono calling for every member of
tho company.
l'opular Orpheum prices of 25, 50 ami
75 cents will pienll. Scats will be
placed on sale Thursday at 2 p. m.
H. T., WEDNESDAY, APRIL 2. 1902,
tDO YOU REALIZE
That in buying a genuine Hand
Welt man's shoo that you get ex
ceptional value?
Do You Realize
That unless the HANAN SHOE
was and Is all It is represented,
that It would never have gained
tho tamo It has7
Do You Realize
That you nro wasting your money
and losing lots of comfort buying
shofs that arc claimed to bo Just
as good as the "HANAN"?
Drop around and try a. pair on;
we don't have to say a word; tho
shoes sell themselves.
Jtlclnerny Shoe Store
KiATION IS
WATERFRONTERS GLAD
OF ITS ABOLISUMENT
All Vessels Arriving After April
First Can Leave Port
Again Without Being
Fumigated.
Since yesterday, vessels arriving
here will not find It necessary to un
dergo fumigation before leaving again
for San Francisco or elsewhere.
llcretnforo cssols havu for somo
tlmo bccii moving over to tho Quaran
tine wharf to be pumped full of Bill-
phur fumes before leaving port. All
this has"becn declared off by tho quar
nntlnc department and skippers put
ting In hero now will not have to both
er about fumigation.
Those vessels which arrived hero
heforo the 1st of April will hnvo to
submit to tho fumigation. Tho S. C.
Allen will be fumigated tomorrow
morning and other vessels will follow
until all ihoso which put Into port bo
fjrc April 1st have had a tasto of the
fumes.
Dr. Cofcr. head of the quaianttno
service here, gave notice ot tho now
oadltlun of things yesterday. Tltcru
It mucli, Joy among all Interested In
shipping, for the fumigation Idea waj
never ery popular and wna rcspon
eiblo for more trouble and languagQ
than was comfortably endured.
Vessels now In port, which arrived
pil',r to April 1st. aro as follows: Ship
A. J. Fuller, from Sydney: ship Kllen
A.' Head," from Manila: bark Gerard C
Tohey. from San Francisco; schoonci
Fmnk W. Howe, from Mauritius;
schooner Alice Cooke, from Fort Gam
ilv schooner Olga, from Newcastle;
ship Edward Sewall, from Oyster Har
bor; barkcntlno Kllkltat, from I'ort
Ludlow; steamship Oregonlnn. from
San Francisco; bark S. C. Allen, from
Sah Franclsto; anil ship S. 1). Carlo
ton, from Taioma. After theso ves
lets have been fumigated tho plant on
the quarantine wharf will enjoy a rest
for an Indefinite period.
Tho Kuhu home cry close l the
School street bridge on the Ewa ma
kal side was almost washed away by
the heavy ruins of Monday and oven
now, the house Is In Imminent danger
of being toppled over and sent down In
to the stream by tho water which con
tinues: to flow upon tho premises.
Tho people of tho locality mentioned
and the Kuhu family In particular, feel
that this matter la one which the Pub
lic Works Department should look Intu
Immediately. Water has always flowed
upon the premises at n great rate
whenever there has happened to ho u
rain but Monday's downpour caused
a perfect stream of great proportions
to How through, carrying away a large
quantity of the earth and loosening the
supports upon which the hotiso stands, j
What' has caused this state ot affairs
Is not quite clear but tho Impression
prevail among residents of the lo-1
-allty mentioned that the cuhcrt at'
I.lllha street Ir very probably out of or
ler, Tho ct-HHutlou of tho rain yestcr
lay had no effect whutoier on tho
Uream flowing through tho Kuhu ,
premltx-s.
QUICK DISCHARGE.
The bark B. C. Allen, Captain John
son, which nrrhed from San Fran
cisco with n general cargo on March
28, has already discharged at the Inn
gard wharf and moved over to tho
Channel wharf to be fumigated before
loading stigur for San Francisco. The
Allen Is receiving quick despatch and
will probably sail the first tblng next
week.
At 1 o'clock this afternoon the tug
Fearless moved tho Allen from the
I nn gard to tho Channel wharf. Fumi
gation ot tho vessel will bo started to
morrow morning. A whole day will
be occupied at the quarantine wharf
whep tho Allen will probably move ta
tho rltllway wharf and iccelvo her su
gar.
Negus Mcnellk of Abyssinia. Is
building telephone lines between III
capital and the Italian settlement In I
Erjthrta. Italy fiiiulohes the who
and Menellk tho poles. Any one caught
cutting wires will have his hand cut
off and his property (onflscutcd to pay
for the damage.
Weekly edition of the Bulletin SI a
year '.
No More Dread
of tub Dental Chair
TEETH EXTRACTED AND FILLED
ABSOLUTELY WITHOUT PAIN by
our late scientific method applied to the
gums. No sleep-producing agents or
cocaine.
These are the only dental parlors In
Honolulu having PATENTED APPLI
ANCES and Ingredients to extract, nil
and apply gold crowns and porcelain
crowns undectecable fiom natural tooth
and warranted for ton years, WITH
OUT THE LEAST PAIN. All work
dono by GRADUATED DENTISTS of
from 12 to 20 years' experience, anr
! each department In charge of a Special
1 1st Give us a call, and you will find
us to do exactly as we advertise. We
will tell you In advance exactly what
'your work will cost by a FREE EX.
l AMINATION.
Set Teeth ...$5.00
Gold Crowns SB.00
Gold Fillings 8I.OO
, Silver Fillings 80o
NO PLATES
Our name alone will be a guarantee
that your work will be ot the best.
Now York Deutal Parlors,
Room 4, Elite Building, Hotel Street
LADIES IN ATTENDANCE
Hours, 8 a. m. to 6 p. a.
Sundays, a a. m. to 12 u..
awanan
ardwa
e
Co., Ltd
816 Fort Street,
Honolulu, T. H.
Agents For
Havlland Waro
Victor Safo & Lock Co.
Ideal Ready Mixed
Paints.
Pansy Stoves.
Improved Stono Filters.
And tho Steel Aormotor.
i
curtains
CURTAIN WEEK AT
aEanaaHaaHtMaBBiaiiiiHataaaMaaBaHBHaKaBaaaiaij
E.W.Jordan's
NO. 10
300 PAIRS CURTAINS
from 50 cents a pair up.
The best collection In the city and rnttcli
lower than uhuoI prlccn tor
ONE WEEK ONLY.
Commencing Mon. 17th
r";
J. H. FISHER
5b Company,
Stock arid Bond Broken
AGENTS FOR
FIRE ASSOCIATION, of Phllidtlphl.
WE8TERN ASSURANCE CO, sf T
ronto. '
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Omces Stanjenwald lldg, M" 4
chant Street. Tel. Main 363. 5
HONOLULU STOCK BXCHANQE
Honolulu, April a, iyi;
NAME OF STOCK ;"'., ? Dll lAiW
MERCANTILE. i
C. Drawer StCnnpany.. i.ooo.one toe .t,
MS SactiaDCi.Co.L'l ' o,ooo loo i,
LB. Km St Co., Hi.. , m) c '
SUGAR.
Ewa Plantation Co ..... a.ooo.ooo ao ,! tt
HawallanAtrtcutturalCo 1,000,000 too! , ,, it
HawallanCora.StSuCo a.ita.rso loo
HawaltaaSuearCo .... a.ooo.ooo ao . ... tr
tlonomu Sugar Co .... 750,000 too,. ,. tij
Honokaa Sugar Co aooo,ooo tr
Haiku Sugar Co . ... 900.000 tool . il-tt
Katiuku Plantation Co. 300,000 ao ju, .,
Kltitl Plant Co ,tM, . . l.oji.ooo so . n!t
Ktpahulu Sugar Co .... too.ooo too. .. u
Koloa Sugar Co .. . x,ooo too ...... ijit,
McBrydaSuCo.,LJ.. ,ao,ooo ao 5K .
O'ttu Sugar Co , ... 1,000,000 too 01 ),H
Olomta SogarCo, .... t,ooj,ooo 00 at
Ookala Sugar Plan. Co I Jo,ooo ao ....I 9
OlaaSo. Co., LU., at) M1.000 ao ) ..
OlaaSuCo Lti i-iupf ' tso,ooo xl i-iJ i)H
Olowalu Company ' tjo.ooo 10a ... tit
Paauhau Su, Plan. Co oo,aoo $ ..
Pacific Sugar Mill. ... 300.000 10a
Pala Ptanta'lon Co . . tso,oot lac 1!
I'efetkeo Sigir Co ... TK,ooo 100 ,-,
llon r Mill Co a,to,ooo too ., jj
Plonr Mill Co. Atstl. 300,000 roo
Walatua Agrl Co 4,500,000 100 6t ,. .
WallukuSugarCo 700,000 too ii
WalmanaloSugar Co a5,ooo too 15, ,,.,,,
Walmta MI1IC0 115,000 too
MISCELLANEOUS.
Wilier Steamship Co . uw om too . i.
hter-Mand Steam N Co SS!o. aft .V.
Hawaiian Electric Co JS " i ',"
Hon H.pii t. & 1. Co j"- ::;; .. n.
p.'oWk.&RTgc, ' is::.::: ..
BANKS.
First National Dank....
rirstASBank&TCo ',,""' "
BONDS. ' i
Hawaiian Gov 3 per cent .,,,,
II1I0 RR Co. ipercent tto
Hon Kapll Transit ot
Ewa Plantat n 6percent ..... .... lootl . ...
Oahu R & L Co. pet c il'i
Oahu Plantation ope ,....!
Olaa Plantation 6 p.c ..,'
Walalua Agtlcul. e p. c I
Mrs. Alfred Harniswortli, w-fe of the
Iomlon publisher, has made a sensa
tion In Paris b appearing In a mot
noel automobile coat, made of tho
hldo of a perfectly white edit trimmed
with sable tails and hatliu: a l.irc-t
collar which can lie turned up and but
toned io as to leave only I'.rVxeT and
the tip of her nose exposed. 'iStit
Tho new method of cultivating to
bacco In Connecticut by enclosing the
fields entirely within cheesecloth cov
ering costs $250 an acre, but the to
bacco thus raised sells tor more than
twlco as much per pound as that
grown outside.
Albert Raas
FINANCIAL AGENT,
STOCK AND BOND BROKER.
MEMBER OF
HONOLULU 8TOCK EXCHANGE.'
Orders for tho purchase or sale ol
stocks and bonds, carefuly and prompt
ly executed. Loans negotiated......
Office Doom 401. 4th floor. (Manners.
wild Dldg. Posfofflce box 390; Tele
phone Main 331.
Halstead & Co., Ltd
Stock and
Bond Brokers
MONEY ADVANCDD ON 8UGAS
, SECURITIES.
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921 Fort Street
TEL. MAIN 133.
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