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trTt' W MR IS SlflPWOINTELliGENCE TW TAI0REDSKIRTSTOFWUMEN uas. f: W&rWvrvH fc P' Nr COLUMBIA and CLEVELAND BICYCLES Chain and Chainless Wheels. , New Slock just arrived on Sierra, B. O. HALL & SON, Ltd; ANTS The greatest discovery for tho deglutition oi tln ereati'st iif pests ANTS. Kills those thnt corao In and le-op others frum coming. Kvory ti'iuseket per should have a sample bit to uo: no danger from polion. TRY A DOX. PRICE 25c. HONOLULU DRUG STORE, or P. O. DOX 330. TWO MILLION DOLLARS FOR McBRYDE CO. AUTHORIZED RESOLUTION (Continued from page 1.) v. nave been weighed lu llii' balance .iuii not round wanting. Ml In tlii ocutitry ri'iiii'tnlicr well the passage of ino MoKlnloy lilll (the free sugar net) m 1S91 nnd tin' shock It gnvc to the e-omraunlty and nil who with connect ed tlnanclally with uh In the Fulled Stntos. when we were confronted with free sugar In tin- United State our lily market. The general hellef win among tin' ablest thlnkcis we hae nut wo should not tiuder those condl tioiiH bo ntjle to get back an olil ilnllar ler n new line. "Tbo result was Unit I'eonotnlc moth e dr weie put III fiiue evetyw Iiito In these Isliuds imil tint next plantations tln existing here, which nre now among the small mien, not only held tin Ir onn hut nunc ul' them piild iron) ! In 10 per ci lit dividends. "I believe thai we Hhnll be ahlu In unit any conditions t lint may urine In the sugar world and he able to exist in cornpi tltlon with any other sugar producing eounliy. Bonding Resolution. Following tho lemnrhs of Mr. Dll llngltnm, the i evolution, as. follows, v.i.k udupted: Wbeie-ns, the Mellrydo Sugar Com pan, l.liulti'dr heretoforo, to wit. on 111" 1st d.'l oi July, V. II. IJinn, s.iii'd lintuli. to the amount of JTJO.oOm secur 'd lo di'i'd of Must ll poll (ertiiln piop tut of said lompany, which said ht,ds have Iiimmi sold and illsriosed of, nnd Whereas, since the date ol the Issu nrce of snld bonds, over Jl.-toO.nOO haf been Npeniled upon the property or u.ld Mellrjdn Sugar Company. I.lmlt ed lu permanent ItTipioicmciiTH. lor which mild siiiiih, as 'Well tut for othur out'.as. the (ompany lu now Indebted in Hie sum of (ToU.uuo upon upen ac count In excess of the amount scent cd b) Mild oilgimtl bunds, and Whereas, ailditlonul peimtiiiont Im PiovernentH to the propctty of tho company will ftoin tlniu to time be ru ijilied to be nude In file futuie as the ptopeity ol tho eoniptm Is developed, Ld Wli.renn, It In considered epeilleut hiiii necohsary In the Interests of said company that all of its prvyicut obligations. Including snld otlglnul bond Usui', be discharged and llepilda ten' or otheiwIhH iro tiled for, by n Hi w bond Issue Willi li will also pio lde lor rutin o outlays nml cxpendl- tu.es as herelnaliovii set loitli: now Iheteforo Im IT Itf-Solvcd, by the bloohholdi'is of tho flillryde Sugar Compmi). Limited, Tlmt the compiiiiy bp uiiiliuiUi'il to Ifieic.ifce Its bonded Tiulcbtoilncss to ti sum totnl or two million dollms ($:'. Uiii',000) for the pill pose of dlscharK Inn all cxIsthiK ohllKatluns of tho cimpany and to pioWdo for tho fur tlici defelopuunt of the propetty and business of the iiiiiipniiy us hetuln libuve roelted; and. be It filllher Hi-HOlted. That to effectunte tho )nmlwK the boatd of directors of tho company he ullthoiized to Issue niorl y.'lii' bonds to said amount of two mil lion dollars. In such denominations us they hhnll deem best, beatint; Interest at a rate not lo exceed i! per tent per hi, num. payable semi-utiniinlly, net above all deductions and taxes, which n ay bo levied or nssessed In the Ter ritory of Hawaii, said bonds to be payable nt such petiod or petlods ns the board of illrectins shull duteimlno. niiO nlherwlse to be In sudi lorm in the board of directors shall decide; and. bo It Uesolved lurther, That said board ii directors bet and they are lien by, authorized nnd directed fo secttro tho payment of fcilld bonds by the exei it Hon nnd delltety of u do(d of tiust to Midi trustee or trustees as the board of directors shall selett, comtIiik all tin) real and pciBonnl property now owned by this company or which It J THEY NEVER COMEBACK! USE ANTOLINE AGISTS. niH hen after acipilie. with such ov (I'ltlons mid reservations. If any. im tne tumid of directors shall ilecldu upon and otherwise tn Im hide In such I iiict ded such teims. provl sums and conditions as they shall deem best: mill, be it further Hcsolved. Thnt the board of direct ot s aforesaid be, mid they hereby tiro, ai'thorln-il to fell nnd dispose of the Kild bonds ns the same may be reqiilr 1 for the purposes nforesnld nnd to Allow nnd pay surh commission nnd rluiiKeH tor the plnelnK of such bond ns the shall see fit, said board of alt-, l'i tors beltii; expressly nuthorlred to c; isitheeate snld bonds or any part tlii ii of pending tl7i Rale of the Mima to m elite the panunt of liny obllpn lion in cibllnatlons whatsoever of the u"iui.iii. upon btuh termp nnd provt sli ns as the shull see fit; mid, lb It li ither Hi-solved. That said board of direct oh be aiithurlzed to defer payment of mid oi initial Issue of bonds or any P'irt thereof for such lenitth of time s the shall sen lit. provided they Keep nt least a like amount of the h".ds of the new Issue lu tiust to liquidate and dlsehnti!i said oilKluul bi'iuls so outstaudltiK- Mr, Kinney's Views. In piesi'titlni; the foregoing resolu tion, Mr. Kinney mnd the follow Im; jtntement I In behalf or the dim tots of the .Mi 'Ilrydo Sugar Co. 1 iP-sIre to'make the follow Iiik proposition for fiindlng tic debt of thu company. Tho treasurer's Matninent Just read shows that (lie (omp.tny will owe undir piesent ilan Jioii ood .it the end or this ear on open account. Tlil.H. with the original botul Issue now outstanding, would niaki: the totnl Indebtedness of th" ompany $l.l!50.om) at that date. We propose to meet this debt by a bond Issue of 2,. OOO.uOn, an amount siillit'lent In covir ill ohllgatlonb of the company up to the 1st of January of next car and leave a balanie of $3,10.0o0 for eontlti gencles and fuither development of the .ropert.v t'pon the 1st of January next It Is calculated the plantation will be it least self-supporting, or In othei words will pay running expuises and nil Interest charges out of current te '."'Ipts irom the sales of sugar. It Is MlgRoMt-il that the new issue b" liandled us follows: That $7fi0,0u0 worth of new bonds, or iiitne If con Vldeieil tidvlfable. be nwirvid to pa "fT the original bond Issue of ?T."0.n(iri, which Issue beiomes due and pa able In liillt. the cotiipati. howeviT, bavin;; the option to i all In and pay the same or any part thtrtof at an time after Jul I, l'.ior., So nun h of the balance or th new Issue (estimated nt $I.L'."0. llilii las inn be needed to mver ilm jlillgatlons of the ionian. up to th.' ilrst of next e,u will be sold; ponding vale tliiM- iKiiuU may. If noces-at, b" li.vpotheiaii d. The i nurse lieie suggested of setting isldo a certain amount of a Hew Issiu vf bonds to meet jilivmeut of an old Issue not .Ml due is unite common. While we have seven ytnrn. In whhli to pay off the original issue of bonds. It Is antlctpatid that lu much less time, perhaps within u cur, the old Issue win be out or tho way. The bonds In excess of requirements for this cur. will lie held lu reserve tr ue disposed of us may be lluall) decided by the company. Ily the end of thu venr, under piesent plans, It Is calcu lated the company will bu on a basis to manufacture 15,000 tons ccouoml tull and will h.ivu completed a large pot Hon of tho permanent Improve ments iioiessury to expand consider ably beund that output. Tho fixed policy of the directors, however, evin at the ex-pens of ro ImillUK uxpanslnu, is to ictnln as utiung it ii servo lu bonds as possible against contingencies, until the plan tation Is on u dividend paying basis, alio to create and maintain a reserve fund. EXTIilNSION Ul' 8THEUT8 Supeilntfiulont of Public Works James II. Uoyd rejoices In the acmilsl tlou of land by the government for the extension of streets out I'unahou way. Wilder avenue and Dole and Alexan der sttec-ts ate to be exteuded to Met lalf streit, according to the whemo. Metcnlf bttcct runs dlngonally athwart ihe streets named, skirling tho rice Iklds and leatiliig toward Senvlcw. APPRAISERS DECISION IS IMPORTANT TO TKAYfcLERs Gifts Intended for Friends Cannot be Passed as Personal Baggage Field QIasses and Cameras. An Interesting decision was handed down March 31 by the Hoard of Classi fication of the I'nlted States General Appraisers In the protest of J. McDon ald Peacock. The ntiestlou at Issue wns as lo whether prrseuts brought Into this country In passengers' baggage were exempt Irom duty under paragraph 697, of the tariff net of 1S97. Judge Henderson M. Somervllle, In an opinion concurred lu by (lvner.il Appraisers Klschor and Howell, denies Mr. I'oacork's contention, nnd holds that presents Intended for friends aro dutiable. This decision will probably affect all classes of travelers, although it Is possible) nn appeal may be taken to the United Stntes Circuit Court, and the matter kept lu tltlgntlon for u lou;, tlm. Tho appellant lu this case protested ! "against the payment of duties" on cer tain articles contained in his peisunal baggage, w blcli ho concedes In the pro test, aud In Mlorg to the Hoard, were Intended for Christmas presents to tils friends. I'cacock arrived on thci steamer Liicnnla on Dec. 8, 10(10, mid Ills baggage on Dec, M on the La Ure lagne This delay, however, helnij caused by the fjlluio or u I'ronch rail vvii to forward the baggage lu tli.:e for the l.ucatila, ami, through no fault o: the protestant. Is no detriment lu his rights. "There Is no utllrinatlvo rt-ijuesi for relief In the piotest, ami no paragraph Ik named ns supplying a cla-sslniatlou more appropriate than that adopted by the collector. Hut If we construe this protest to have the precision ieipilrd by law and rcfi r It In jiaiiig.'upli W of the Tarlrf Ait or IKK": and ir It be ruitlier conceded that the tialnre or thu articles would otherwise entitle them to rreu entr ; we nre of opinion that no construction can be given to para graph 097 which would extend Its bene fits to articles for distribution us ptos I'Uts, "The body of tho paragraph Is limit ed to such mi tides as 'are in the usu of arriving passengers, nnd. by Its e pri'ss terms, 'shall not bo. held to npplj to merchandise or articles Intended ; r other persons or lor sule.' Hut, under doctrine or I lilted States vs. One Pearl ' Xiiklace (III. IVel. Hop.. Ifil), thei prlvlli'gos or ri tnniliif,- residents of thu j tnltcil states, with ii'spe-ct lo personal' baggage, must be bought exclusively lu ' the ptovlso, which reads, mi far six per-1 tlneni, as follows; " Tiovlilod: That lu case of resident ' of the I'liltcd Stntes returning from) abroad nil wearing apparel ami other personal effests taken by them out of I the I'nlted States to ton-luii I'ountilei' blind be- admitted five of duty I but no more than one bundled dot-1 lais lu value of nrtlclos purcliaseil abroad by such ii-sldenls of the I'nlted States shall hi' admitted fri'o of duty! upon their ii turn," I "'Wearing appaiel ami other per sonal effects' was construed by the Hoard lu re Wyninn to I'mbrsce the or dlnnrj baggage of passengeis. Hut thu iioci'pti'd definitions of 'baggage' con fine the term 'tu that which Is per sonal to the passenger and canli'd foi his use or convi'iilonce.' and exclude those tilings Intinded "for larger or ulterior purpose's.' As thus staled. Its moaning will not jdmli pix-M'iits In tended for other pi imus, and the courts have' mi held. OIIioiwIm'. as was said I one case, 'It would bo almost Impos sible to lay down uti.v rule of llmlta Hon, either as to ejuuullly or value.' "The pri'clso epnstlyn, however. Is whither the teiin 'articles purchased .ihio.ed,' lu the last clause of tho piovl-i so, has any blonder miaulni.' limn thu phrase Just discussed. Wi' think not i No dliTori'Ut coustiiii'tloii unild be glv-1 en It without I'xomptlim' mi meri'haii-i dli-o I'liuiuerattd in the- tariff act. lethu value of Jinn, vvhi'ti hioiight bj letl-! ih ills. Such a it-Mill Is repugnant to the luti ul of the' paragraph us a whole, vvhli h wns ibarl framed Tor the audi iil hot I'Oiupellcd b) the langu.iuo If wij lippl) the eloi'tiine of niisc Itttr il soclls. 'I Ills view alms at it eonsti notion "which will carry out the i-plilt nil I lull ul or the entire piovisloii id die statute, and, while It lompoits with tie ciiilltiai.v hiihlts or passengers and Ira velois, will not oiMii the door fo, fraud." 'The protest Is ovei ruled and the ml lee ttir's declblon assessing duly under vat luus paragraphs is ntllinicd." The Hoard handed down another di clslon iclatlug to thedr personal Ihik gage of iMbseiigers which Is along the line's of the Peacock mllng. Chailos II. Wymnn linpoiled for an uiiuamed party lleld-glasses and a camera, both nt which, were assessed for duty, although claimed to be ftee. The Hoard In sus taining tho claims laid down the fed lowing rule: "Paragraph t,'J7 of the Dingle tariff Is i-onstmed to evempt fiom duty binli i wealing apparel and other personal effects as would b Included lu the term ' 'baggage' according to Judicial dellnl- I Hon. "A ll.llr of field td.isscs nml n i-nnii tit being proper articles er baggage-, anil held to be 'persuunl e'ffvcts' within the ' meaning of snhl paragraph. Pc-rsunul effects or a resident or the' I'nlli'd btates, loft lu a foreign country bj their owner through accident, mid for-1 warded shortly nfter his return are en titled to five entry on unlv.il." P. A. IDas', for many years a liuslol emplo)n or II, llnckfeld & Co., Ltd., In very poorly at Santn Il.ubara, C.U., whither he rcsoited In search of health some time ago, Ills wife and family nre in Honolulu, TIDE3. FW f! t- OH t? p - a - DAY. iJLlllI P- a m.la n. p, m. I u 111 I 4 9 !J 1 7P q u 10 t futtlty ... ..... ' Ml WeditalJir 4 Ll t M 9 4t IS Ibundiy . . ... l4 ?4t 6 it 4 rft to to 9 Ol 10 40 1-rlJir is bAturday ? 41 II II Sunda ill .Monday el 1 l I MO 6 40 It 4 I n p. m J 41 a 1 l I! Tides from tho United Htatcs Coast and Ocodetlc Survey Tables. Tho tides nt Kahulul ana IIIlo occur about nu hour earlier than nt Ho nolulu. Hawaiian Standard Time Is lOh 30m slower than Orcen wclh tlmo, being :..at of tho meridian of 1S7.30. Tno tlmo whlstlo ..owfl nt 1:30 Pirn., whlcn Is the same as Greenwich, un Om. xa .BineqaJBIv! oq ni pajBDOi osujo aiqdBjaojpiH "8 'n om J qanojci n an dall manors ot intorest to ocean ruatij pan II' osspnoj neg jo; Jod enmincrce. SIH1 moil 2utB9 osrfo.v jo sjoiBaivT Jtoq.1 jcij ponimuiecu 8 ojAqw 'oHuuio U01VA1HI oi BJoSaxp 'Biq3i .1llpjtl3 oi pouir)qo oq noD ao)euuoja isajtiT 'PIJO.vx oq) jo RnO50Jp pan RVinqa jo dins oi-'pluioa '03JDU3 jo 031 tU'iO'ia Wenthtr Hiirr.au, Puunhou, April 25. Ti'inpTatiire Morning minimum, e.s; Mlddiiy majclmniii, 7C. Hal otuoter at Si a. m. 30.0S Stead Jtalufall O.nx. Dew Point 571'. Iluinldlt at & a. in. 50 per cent. Diamond Head Signal Station. April l1.. Wentlur dear; wind flesh NK. AUIIIVKI). l-'rlday. April 25. Sir. Wal.ih'.ile. Pllt. from Aunhola, at S a. in., with 3145 bags or sugar. Sir. Noeau, Pi'derson, from Honokua, nt in: 15 a. m.. with 1033 bags of sugar. nCPAHTED. Prlda, April 2J. Str. Manna I.o.t, Slmersou, for Ha waii and Maul ports, at l:3ej p. m. Am. Iik. Ujiilslana, Halcrow. ror Pu gct sound In ballast, at 11 n. m. rASHUN'dKHS DKPAUTKD. For Kauai ports, per str. Mlknhnla, April 21 W. A. H.-ildwIn, (1. Sherman. Miss Ah Chuck. K. Kawnmnto. Dr. Sandow and wife, O. MAtwood, Mr. Omsted. I'lora Kaul. Tor Hawaii and Maul ports, per sir Manila l.o.i. April 25 Itov. K. W. Thwlng. Mrs. S. K. Nalmoa and child, Mrs. .1. M. Koomoa. 1'red Clark. John II. Wilson, Cecil Hrown. II. Morten- son, Kahue Makaltial, Fred K. Maklno, II. A. Ualdwln. wife nnd ililld, II. Ilawxhiir.st Jr r. V.. I line. Miss rtreen well Gi'o Clark and wife Mrs. W . Wall and child. .1 J Hi-Nit. i:. J. Lord. 11. A. Iseiilierg Mlssc .Moss man. Miss Ethel Damon will have charge of the lefreshmonts at the Cleaners' lawn patty, with the following emiuy ladles to iissljt her: Jane Wynne, Abblo Dow. Agues I. vie itoK.ihu,': vViit. limn. Nln.i Cr.ilg Eawii Craig and Itutlj Whitney. riilluwliig will be the wnltii'sses: I. Ilia Voger, Minnie Schmidt, Mabel .vii'.vniiri'ws, Justine Ale( lamtliaii, Oiace l-o.ullhgham, Florence Hall, Margoi duller. Annie Dow ami Veiy Damon. lUDGIi CLARK MAliltlHD. Judge Oorgi' Clark find MNs Doiu Mossmau were mnriled at St. Cle tui'lit's Chapel by the Hcv. John I'm boine last night. A leoeptlun wits held at the home of the bride's filth ei All red 11. .Vlossuiau, Kmtnii street, wide h wns large! iiltende-d by leln II es mid I'rieiiils of the eoulraolliig paiths. The eoiiple leu In the slimm er .Manila Lna this nlte'rnoon for their heme at Kallua Mr. Clan. Is district i:,.ie,lstrnlc at Hint glowing town and a bailing stockman mid colfi'i- planter ol the district. Ills bride Is the iddusl di'iigbii i of Mr Moshtuau alicidy liioiitloiii il, line of Honolulu s vcleruil bi.slui sh men. WOMhiVS GUILD. 'I he Woman's Guild of Si. Aiuliew s Cathedral will meet Moiul.i, April 2v ft Hie ii'slduiicc of Mi I a I'll vrui Holt, .ludd slieet. Hlshop Nichols will ad'diebi the Guild ul ! o clock. It Is requested that tin nu mbc I's be punctual, as the Hfsluip has other I'ligagi'iiu'iils later In the af tot noon. "TWO WAYS OF LOOKING AT IT" Moth wtong Twelve Inrhi-s Is the avirago dls tllttee at whleh pi-H'eit its see best and easiest. Holding book or paper dltlc rcntly nietins e;ve t-trnln menus nn error In lefrai'tlon or dif.etlvo' inuselos nn tins giuve- harm sooner or later. "A glass in time mvch" -slightly ehangi'd, but im know the Import, and i')ia are more Important than btltches. A. N. SANFORD, Manufacturing Optician. Boston Building, Fort Street Over May & Co, iSSIllBtBSSSSllllSSMSSSSlillBSIJISJSJ Threo seasons ago wo began to bcllevo that wo could please wom en, by procuring for them ready-mado summer skirts, which would have nil the chtcness, all the style, all the lit ana all the quality, of nktrts which were made by exptiislvo dressmakers, and the making of which cost almost as much as tho making ot cloth or silk dress skirts. That, wo were right Is proven by tho way our skirt business has mown. Every season, more won en have bought our skirts. . What's the result? Just this. With every season wo make In creased efforts to provide choicer styles and an ampler stock and In buying largely wo buy well. Quantity Is a great factor It) the reducing of prices The skirts whlcn we show this week are of a higher grade lhan nny wo have ever before offered. Thoy were gathered from tho salesrooms of Now York's foremost makers only a few from each henco whll the styles are all sure to ho right beyond a doubt, they are nil different, nnd you are sure of not meeting other, skirts Just Ilko yours on cevry corner. Tunc hints of them; WHITE PIQUE with I rows French Insertion, S Inches apatt and 3-Inch tucks In spaces $6.00 WHITE PIQUE wide flounc- and 8 rows of Hamburg bands ....$6.00 WHITE PIQUE very wide Insertion, running In V effectH ' $1.50 jWHITE PIQUE 1 French embroidered bands la Grecian patterns $4.50 '.WHITE PIQUE I wldii llounce with extra flare I mid 3 rows op-Mi work trimming ! $4.50 I WHITE PIQUE i 4 rows of Insertion running tram top to bottom $3.50 WHITNEY & MARSH, Limited WANTS For Wont Column See Page Six WANTED. TO LET. FOR SALE. NEW - TO-DAY Pearl City. Hotel A plnco tor town pcoplo to lay off lor a low da)- Furnished rooni3, first-class meals, di nclng pavilion nice picnic grounds, jnln) stabling for horses. Convenient for a country outing. J. W. CHAPMAN, Manager. I 1131-Sm IN THE CIRCUIT COUlcT OF THE I'lint t". I remit Ta&rHtnrv ef ttnu'fitl At '(htimbera. In Probate. In the Matter of the Estate, of D. H. Smith, late of n.ileet.e flat... IWnnn,1 Tl, !.. Oahu Deceased, tltlon nnd Accounts of Cecil Hrown, ' .VilmtntKlrnl.ir nf thu TCntntn nt the I mill II. Tl Smith ii-lininln hn !ml:n libi.i Ma nc.-,tnt i, ovnmlnn.l nn,i i -.. ...... ni .- .. llel'H-" IU, UUII 111UI U 1111UI UlUl-l li j it iide of distribution of the property I i ntiintntne Iti hlu tinnrln in thn nnr. jsons th.-reto entitled, and discharging li'm frrem nil ynrther rnunnnalhllltv nn I - - -.,,.-..-.... Isiieh Administrator having this day I be c n filed. It N Ordered thnt Monday. i the 2d eln of June, A. D. 1902. at 10 I o c lock n, m at the Court Room of i the said Court In the Judiciary build I Ing. nt Honolulu. Oahu, be and the mini- hereby In appointed as the time 1 1. ml place for hearing said Petition 'mid Acconntn, and that all persons In teiested may then and there appear biiel show cause, If any they have, wny Hie same, should not be granted. 1 Honolulu, April 21, 1902. 11 the Court I A G. KAULTJKOU i Clerk. Administrator in Person. 2121 April 25; May 2. 9, Hi. HAWAIIAN MAY 8 to 26, OPERA HOUSE 1902 i! lirif SfaMm of tint tlTit RI)JVe41jlli i itiuit aciur Mr rfrmaiKts ul lluiiululu !( the ;,!i fJ Frederick Warde .(nil ins (JUtiiiuishnl tjnianlzatlon who ill t'f'ot (he (u'limiiiy ilasit ainj li ik s,j, irenti nrittjire Thursday Night, May 8, VIRGINIUS. Saturdiy Matinee, May 10, THE MOUNTEBANK. Saturdiy Night, May 10, JULIUS CAE8AR. Tuesday Night, May 13, KING LEAR. Thursday Night, May 15, OTHELLO. Saturday Matinee, May 17, MERCHANT OF VENICE. Saturday Night, May 17, RICHELIEU. i! J! 7 I'e kr tini lor other if,rmam-cs veill l .Ih' .urn mined '. Complete Scenic productions, Armor, Costumes, Etc., Special I ly Brought for Each Play. Scale of Prices Entire Lower" 'j Floor, $1.50; Family Circle, $1; ', Loges, $10; Boxes, $15. 'I Season Sale Now Open at ij Wall, Nichols Co. Regular Sale of Seats May 1st. Scats gnl. rest hy Mall nr Trlqihoneull I- Uld tittup in itic order teculved, but item will bo heM utter Ma t. it ; WHITE PIQUE 3 flounces and tucks, very full; the skirt of tho season $3.50 WHITE PIQUE plain, full skirt with liberal llaro $2.50 PLAIN LINEN color naCuraT, 3 rows ecru open work bands $6.00 PLAIN LINEN natural color, very full, with 2 wide flounces $5.00 SOMETHING NEW Mercerized Linen, colors ox blood, blue, brown, and natur al, trimmed with S while linen folds, stitched $3.50 GLACK FRENCH 3ERQE with whlto hair lined stripe, 3 raws of bias folds; stitched and , wife flaring flounces $5.00 SY AUTHORITY NOTICE. Ala Moana road, between Kerosene Walk nnd Sheridan street, will bo closed to traffic from and alter Friday, ll c 25th day of April, 1902, until fur ther notice. Dy order ot Superintend ent of Public Works. C. D. DWIOHT. Acting Hoad Supervisor, Honolulu. 2130-Ct NOTICE. Notice Is hereby given that 11. D, Sr.lKK, ESQ.. has this day been ap po.ntcd First Assistant Harbor Mas tci for tho Port of Honolulu, vlco A, V. MAHX, ESQ., resigned. JAS. 11. HO YD, Superintendent ot Public Works. Department of Public Works, April 13, 1902. 2129-3t Honolulu, April 23, 1902. On and after May Isl, 1902, the tils ,,"uutlo"t p,an,R' ,,e,tc" 'm the Gov r At Viiiuiai.ii TJMr nliinnl Mrlll hn l""-..e. 4,u..,. .... .e.,.., ... '" ult" "' "' "' ""' ""'" """ nciays ana nonunys, between tno hours of 9 a, m. and 12 m and 1 and n m' No plants will be given out ubloss an order Is presented, to be ob- trlned at the office In the basement of the Capitol building. WHAlf TAYLOR. Commissioner of Agriculture and For CSlr. J w 2129-3t music cabinets Perhaps you haven't a mu sic cabinet, or If you have one. it doesn't suit. Wo would like to sec you If such Is the case. Some folli-j hnvo music racks and stand thojr music on edge, which soon has It In a dilapidated condition. Our cabinets nre tho best for keeping music In order and preserv Ing it. In oak or mahogany, from $7.50 upward, to match furni ture or piano. COYNE i FURNITURE Ppoftreim Block, Font 6t. WINDOW SHADES 1000 shades MUST be sold at once from 25c up. SHADES AT HALF-PRICE, 50c shades reduced to 25c. 75c shades reduced to 35c. $1.50 shades reduced to 75c. Ji L. S. Mathews, W 710 Fort Street, Orphoum Block. INFORMATION WANTEO I); Ot Samuel Taylor, born In Lough i! Iliicklaud, County Down, Ireland. Lust j'l hcaid ot December 23, 18U8, then lu jfj Honolulu as scpietary to tho Govern or. Intoi niatiou of mm or any i da tives In these Ulands sent to his biother. It. Taylor. 14 Hilton Place, City Iload, Hradford, Yorks, England, will be greatly to tho pecuniary ad vantage or him or them. Anyone in terested may communicate with D. Logan, Bulletin office, Honolulu. 2130-31; w-lt MORGAN Auctioneer and Broker 65 Queen St. Office To Let. Largo front office In Love building. A line office; rent $15 month. Apply to Jas. F. Morgan, 05 QUEEN STRUCT. FORJRMSNT , COTTAGE on Emma Square, 3 ;bed- -rooms, parlor, dining room, pantry, yiqp kitchen and bath. Meat $40 A.pcf month. Apply to Jas. F. Morgan,;65 Queen street. " jf.. "? FOR RENT TWO STORY HOUSE In the Mc- Carthy tract, Ucrctanla street, be- ( tween Pllkol nnd Kccaumoku streets. J JAS. F. MORGAN. AUCTIONEER. JAS. F. MORGAN Auctioneer and Broker 65 Queen St 'I j 'Mtm im$MM ' wi W ". NT" fj..W, . mmmiMkmmtmd A?