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EVENING BULLETIN. HONOLULU H. T.. MONDAY, APIUL 28. 1902. PERMEO FOUNTAIN PEN PILLS GIVE YOUR FOUNTAIN PBN A PILL. Every user of a Fountain Pen should have them. They aro convenient, osilly handled and always ready or use. TRY THEM. 'J;WALL, NICHOLS CO., Ltd., A6. am r , - ... - -,.. ,. - .-- -- .- --- - SS OAK CHIFFONIERS : There Is no other place In the world where a chiffonier Is needed so much as In Honolulu. In this climate, whero ladles Q require bo many changes of clothing, extra spaco Is In demand to a keep them, and no other phec of furnlturo Is qulto so convenient and beautiful as a chiffonier. Our present stock Is very band- some and the prices aro low W Wo also hate a complete stock of 0 Dining Room Tables both round and square with chairs to match and some very hand- 9 somo Round Card Tables We will bo pleased at all times to Bhovv you our stock. Q J. HOPP & COMPANY, LEADING FURNITURE DEALERS a Corner Kind ond Uetlicl Streets Q II WEEK'S HITS Judging from the list of plays offered to the patrons of the Orphctim, the Kllcford company lias held three ot their strongest plnn for this neck. To night "A Klsg of Truce." as good a play as was ever written, will be pre sented It Is by Wm. Ilansnorth, au thor of 'The Ensign," and other no- r'irj-n-jTii-iir w -CT-nr"j .:-' it. i- ,,,rr'i-i KssiwKffiSPKi "WgZal . SftSsSM&V'' $' iM lff,l ,,,,, v Wrifl ffi'tf, W. table successes. Every character In the play has an equal chance for recogni tion. Special scenery will be used and a number of specialties Introduced Wednesday nnd Thursday evenings the Kllcfords will give "The American alrl," Friday and Saturdaj "The Hunger." At the family matinee "nttirilay af ternoon Ilaby Lillian and Little Evclvn will hold a reception on the Orplicuiu I stage, to which those in the matlnei who desire, will be given an opportun tty to meet tho little ones personally. hk BiBlis LOCAL AMI GENERAL H. W. Foiter, Jeweler, IBS Hotel St. The remnant sale at Whltnej 4 Marshes Is on this week,, A sliver plated veterinary Instru ment has been lost. See Lost column on page S Your amateur photographic work will be veil done If taken to Honolulu Photo Supply Co. A card of thanks from the bereaved family of the late James K. Kaulla ap pears on page 8. The weekly edition of the Evening Dulletln gives a complete summary of the news ot the day. If jou would have u really good cup of coffee telephone to May & Co. for their Old Kona Coffee. The names of the newly elected offi cers of the Oregon Uulldlng Co. appear oo page 8 under New Today, A fine gold fob and enameled charm was last Saturday evening. Reward tor return See ad under New Today The phaeton of Dr. Howard Humph rts was demolished lis an electric car on Llllba street Saturday morning. Table claret and other wines" are sold by Gomes & McTlghc. liquor rtcalers.N King street. Tel. Main 110 There will be a meeting of the stock holders ot the Star Soda Works to-i morrow at 10 a. ni. See ad under New Today. , Bourbon Whiskey, 6 years old, J3 50; j Claret, 50 cents; Sherry and Tokay, 73 cents a gallon at Hoffscblaeger Co.'s, King street. SI. T. Simonton, clerk to Circuit Judge Robinson, Is drawing grand and trial Jury panels of eighteen men eacn I fiotu lists of fifty each for the Mas term , When H St. Dow went down Satur-1 rtaj afternoon In his lacht anchored! near the lighthouse he found that somo' one had cut jwoj and curried off his main shut i In the Police Court this forenoon , Luni Hong nnd Yorg 1'lng, two viola tors ot Hoard ot Health regulations weie lined 510 und costs eacn on Hit charge of common nuisance. j R C. Drown, secrttar) of the Orlcu-1 A HIT! a genuine hit An uptodato Ilia ich cr at an upto-dato price, $4.50 Invested In this shoo will bring jou more returns In comfort and satisfac tion than twice that amount spent In oth er ways. This Bleu chcr Is built on mad cm, progrcsslvo lines nnd Is a fitter and a winner In every re spect " " " " " J. H. FISHER a Company, Sleek and Bond Brokers. AGENTS FOn FIFtE ASSOCIATION, of Philadelphia, WESTERN AS8URANCE CO, af Tf ronto. Offices Btangenwald Bldf, M j chant Street. Tel. Main lit. I HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE Honolulu, April 28, 1901 MclNERNY SHOE STORE Hawaiian Iron Fence and Monumental Co. 4 TELEPHONE H. E. HENDRICK, Prop. MAIN 287. 176-180 KINQ STREET. Bulletin 75c per month. Alexander & Baldwin's tug Leslie held win arrived early today from Ka huiul to go on tho dry dock for a gen eral overhauling. Sho wnnted to go on tho marine railway when bIio was here Inst, but the steamers Slaul and I A. Cummins were ahead of her and tno could not watt her turn. The Baldwin brought tho remains of Jack Cushlngham, who was chief engineer at the Pain plantation, and .ho was formerly foreman at tho Ho nnlulu Iron Works. Sir. Cushlngham died yesterday morning from djscn- tery. The wife of the deceased accom panied the remains to this city. The funeral takes place this afternoon at 3 o'clock from the undertaking par lors of II. II. Williams. The remains will be Interred In tho family plot in the Slaklkl cemetery. A cup of good coffee To get a cup of real good cof fee you'll have to start back of the actual making that Is. to the roasting and grinding. May's , Kona Coffee Is roasted fresh every day and ground as )ou need It. It Is pure old Konn coffee and there Is nono belter on earth; clear and delicious. Costs only 30c the pound H. MAY & CO. LtMITED. Tho Populur Grocery. 22 TELEPHONES 24- Plenty 'Good Gravy' CHEAP , BOOKS NEW.. BOOKS OVER.. 1200 PAPER NOVELS received Ex. S, S. "SIERRA" - 20c to 50c each and now on snlc at tho Golden Rule Bazaar ISO HOTEL ST. BREAKFAST FOODS according to tho opinions of pbjslclans and food ex perts, we have all tho best ot tho many breakfast foods now on the market. Trere Is one that has be come the most popular ot all foods simply because Its work nnd results tell quickly and satisfactorily. Come and we'll tell you confidentially which .will suit you best. LEWIS & GO. ji it Limited 11 u 1060 Forvr street. 240 Two Telephone-. 240. DEATH OF J Hill Washington, April 2. Tho War De pnitmcnt Is advised of the death at Manila, April 2, of l'lrst Lieut Ilprt H Merchant. Klglith Infantrj of disen teiy and liver abscess, lie was bore In Sllchlgan and was promoted from the ranks In 1S97. Mis. Slerchantl was here severa months ago as a guest at tho Hawaiian hotel and while visiting In Honolulu was entertained frequently li sottety people. She left In a transport to Join her husband In Slanlla. Sirs. Mer chant Is a niece of Gen, Chaffee The body ot the late Lieut. Merchant was supposed to leave Slanlla In tlirf transport Sheridan on the loth Inst. nccompanlcd by the bereaved widow. As the transport V HI make this port be foie proceeding to San Francisco, it has been requested that notice of tlw fact be published In the Bulletin In or der that the friends of tho widow will call on the lady when sho arrives her" and attempt to In some measure soften the sorrow of her present Journey, Something over $500 was realized from the Normal school fait Satuiday afternoon and evening. "TWO WAYS OF LOOKING AT IT" Both wrong. Twelve Inches Is tho averago dis tance at which perfect eves see best and easiest. Holding book or paper differently meuns eve strain means an error In refraction or defectlvo muscles means gravo harm Eooner or later. "A glasa In tlmo saves" slightly changed, hut you know tho Import, and eves are moro Important than stitches. A. N. SANFORD, Manufacturing Optician, Boston Building, Fort Street Over May & Co, ORPHEUM Every evening during the week except Sunday. Elleford's Big Company TO-NIGHT A FLAG OF TRUCE WEDM1SDAY AND TIIURSDW THE AMERICAN GIRL FRIDAY and 8ATURDAY THE PLUNGER MATINuE SATURDAY AFTERNOON tal Life Insurance Company, leaves In the China for an extended business trip to Shanghai and Hongkong He will icturn the early part of July. Hadifeld &. Co ale moving their Hllo planing mill machinery from Its present quarters on Front street to tho former location ndjolning the main warehouses and lumber yaicK Frank Peters of the Canadian Pa cllic Ilallroad Is expected In Honolulu hj an early steamer Sir. Vetera Is one of the best authorities on trans portation In Canada. The big trees outside the curb on King street near Alakeu arc being re moved Beautiful though they were, the trees obstructed tralllc besides be ing a perpetual Interference with elec tric wires. The United States Fish Commission Btc.mer Albatross, Captain Thomas. If it port nt an early hour thU morning foi a cruise otf the Tslands of Molokal and Slaul. Shu will bo gone, several iln) a. The Qlobo Navigation Company's fieighter Eureka was scheduled to Ball from Seattle on tho 21th Instant for Honolulu with general cargo. She Ic expected hero about the 5th of next nonth. At this port sho will load a full cargo of sugar for San Francisco The bark Nuuanu has about com p1' ted discharging her general enrgo Irom New York. Tomorrow sue will rrcve to the railway wharf to tnKo on sugar She will take on about lOrt tf.ns of sugar here and then proceed j (r Kaluiltil She will leave here about Saturday From Kahulul she will sail for New York with 170Tj tons of sugar j The Sons of St (Jeorge wjll give a social and dance In the San Antonio Hnll. Vlnejard street at 8 o'clock this evening This Is the first dance given for some time and the tickets for It ari going at a great rate. The social this cvenlngSs bound to be a great success Tickets may be obtained from the com mittee In charge consisting of F. II. C. Seymour. Geo. S. Harris C. A, .Mack intosh, W C Iloe or at Thrum's book store. There was an attendance of five or six hundred people at the first contests of the tug-of-war tournament In tho Aula warehouse Saturday night. Thu Pacific Hardware Co.'s team pulled tha Portuguese over the line In twent- four minutes. The weight of the for mer was 1233 pounds and that of the Portuguese 1114 pounds In the con test between the Longshoremen and Kanl Ke Ails, the latter won In fifteen minutes Chalmers Graham, A. (J. SI Uobertion and C. II. WlUon were the Judges INDUCEMENTS EXTRAORDINARY The following aro no n'dlnurj offerings as In somo instances wo have reduced tho prices on staple gooiTs over one-half. In every case tho opportunity ot saving money Is exceptional and should be taken advantage of by bujers with tho slightest economical propensities. Salo begins Monday morning, April 28th, NAME OF STOCK MERCANTILE. C. Brvf fcConptny, NS S.chlDO.Co.L'l LB. Km ft Co., LI J.. SUGAR. Cwt Ptindllon Ca . . . . Htvcllio ArrlcolturtlCo n.miiiiLom a:Mito Htwatlin Sufir Co .... Hononu Suftr Co ,. HonokiaSufir Co.... Haiku Sot' Co .... Kabuku Plantation Co I KIMIPIant.Co.Ltd,.. I Klpahulu Surar Co.... i Koloa Surar Co . ,. McBrydaSuCo.,Ld. O.hu Sgrar Co . ,. CHrnta Sucar Co Otkala Surar Plan. Co lOIaaSu Co. til , aa) I OlaaSuCo Ltl plupf 1 Olowalu CAfnr.nv Paauhau Su Plan Co Pacific Surar Mill Pala Plant! 'Ion Co PapetkM Si e.r Co .. Plonttr Mill Co Plonnr Mill Co Aims Walalua Arm Co WallukuSurarCo . WalmanaloSurar Co Walnaa Mill Co MISCELLANEOUS Wilder Staamihlo Co Inttr-lslanJ Steam N Co Hawaiian tiftric Co Hon Rarli T A L Co Mutual Ttlerhona Co Oarm Rv&L Co reorie t let st K I e Co BANKS First National Hank Flnt ASUank&TCo nosn; Hawaiian Gov a eer cent Hllo RR Co i percent nen Kapu irantu Ewa Plantat n 6 per rent O.hu R ft L Co per c Oahu Plantation 6 r c Olaa Plantation p. c naiaiua Affricul op c TAFFETA SILK SALE 350 j ards of assorted shades Taffeta Silk, our regular 1.10 and 1 00 quality On sate this w eek at 50 cents KID GLOVE SALE Any lady desiring Kid Gloves, the latest with clasp fastenings. In White. Illack or Tan shndes, heavy stitching on back, all en tirely new stock and In perfect condition, should not miss this opportunity. VICTOR GLOVES at Ktgular price $1.50. 95 cents LADIES' FANCY NECKWEAR Beautiful assortment on tale this week at exactly one half price. PURSES Flno Leather Purses at our own prices, all In excellent con dition. Wo are closing them out at a loss. LADIES' MUSLIN UNDERWEAR Bargains offered this week In every line Como and see them. BARGAINS IN TOWELS Just 100 doz superb Cotton I luck Towels. Slzo 18x34 In. this week at 75c a dozen READY MADE SHEETS Excellent Cotton material. Anchor llrand ready for use, size 90x90, regular price. 90c. C0u on salo this week nt 65cents HANDKERCHIEF BARGAINS 30 doz. Ladles' Handker chiefs, embroidered corners. This week at 5 cents FANBY BORDER Handkerchiefs Cj doz. on salo this week at.. CarltatlS J i-.iai. s- t.eoo,onc eo, s. liltMSo 8 000.000 TSO. $00,000 509,000 l.0!0. 1M.0O9 JOC.OOO I .00.000 ) 600.000 1.000,000 joo too MJ.' a joo,ooo I jo, 5000,000 500.000 TSO, tso.oool a a 50. 500 000 4,500,000 700,000 asa,oco tes.000 500 000 500,000 04O.I I5i a 00U.000I 150,000 Bll iK it loo 150 15 ltl 5 OS l 05 101 li Albert Raas FINANCIAL AGENT. STOCK AND BOND BROKER. MEMBER Or HONOLULU 8T0CK EXCHANGE. Orders for tho purchase or salt ot stocks and bonds carcfuly and prompt ly executed. Loans negotiated Office Room 401, 4th floor. SUngsn- wald Bldg. Postoffice box 390; Tal phone Main 331. 50c a dozen BLUE SEAL VASELINE This week, per bottle 5 cents HOSIERY Sato ot Hosiery will bo ex tended to tills week, same ex tremely low prices prevailing as during last week Pacific import Co., Ltd. MODHL BLOCK, FORT ST. LOST TWO HO ITS. Two of the steamer Walalcale's bouts "wero lost at Anahola while tho vessel was there on her last trip. They were carried by the swell up on tin beach. One of the steamer's men narrowly escaped drowning by tho capsizing of one of the boats. BISHOP WILLIS ON MAUI. Wallukii, April 28. Bishop Willis ar rived In Walluku trom Hawaii last evening and will preach at the Church of the Good Shepherd tomorrow (Sun day) morning Itev. Canon Ault will conduct the services. Honest dental work at lionest jices Tho New York Dental Parlors are under now management and aro turn ing out tho best kind ot dentat work known to tho profession at tho lowest prices over Knorm In Honolulu. Each department In charge of a spe cialist and our operators t " graduate dentists of tho bcst-rerognized schools In tho L. S. or tho world. We havo n larger stall than any oth er dentnl office In the city; wo have tho best plato workers, crown and bridge specialists, and In fart alt branches of dentistry as practiced by us aro strictly up to date Wo can savo 5011 money on jour den tal work. Wo will tell ou In advance exactly what jour work will cost by a freo examination. SET TEETH 00 GOLD CROWNS $5.00 GOLS FILLING'S $1.00 SILVER FILLINGS 50c HO PWTES : "gREn Alt our instruments aro thoroughly sterilized before use. New York Dental Parlors, itoom 4, Elite Uulldlng-, Hotel tJUeei LADIKS IN ATTKNDANC1 Hours, 8 a. m. to 6 p. n. Sundays. 9 a. m. to 12 tu. tal! JHafiaM afei VaVkirjvnfjjJtSM I h Ur ' AlJtn A $20.00 BELT for S5.00 Fred. L. Waldron BROKER AND COMMISSION MERCHAN1. P. O. Box 653: TeJ Blue 791: Room 3. SoreckeU BulldlLg. P. H. Burnette Real Estate and Conveyancing, Insur anee and Collection, Notary Public. Halstead & Co., Ltd Stock and Bond Brokers MONEY ADVANCED ON SUGAR SECURITIES. 921 Fort Street TEL. MAIN 133. A. C. LOVEKIN. STOCK AND BOND BROKER, REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE. 403 Judd Building:. Room 10, Mclntyre Building. M Slenklewlcz, tho Polish novelist, writes In a Paris journal that the Boers may think themselves lucky to be van quished by the British, who will treat them well. If they had been so un fortunate as to fall into the hands ot Prussia they would sharo tho fate of the Inhabitants of Prussian Poland. curtains CURTAIN WEEK AT a E. W.Jordan's O'pheum Popular Prices 25c, 60e, MATlNKi: PUICUS 15c and 25c. 75c blort-u "Belt (v i tit n 3iJ; Pe'" irv s KuaralitccJ to povsess vti all tin erttlve proper ti" of tlif oieiv-lve bel n n ivv sold by In tnr- md drui'f, ' It rvm a very trout; current of electrkih anil Is easily rcjnlateJ. Hound to upcr-Je others. Can b hid frnm the unJc-rlir.neJ only; mi aKeMtS iwili-.ctn.nt. (..Ircul.ir fitc. Address "I'l-cc lllcctrlc Co . 206 Pot St.. San i-r 11 ,.icn. Scent tree to Ihw jII fur $5.00 Itev W H. Illco of the Antl-Salooa League has leidved uothe from itev 1 Mi L'rii'un of llilo thut the League & wink in thut llj bits lietn ver 1,111 ' iist-ful A shuit time ago the l.rjMin stilt nitltlui.g to Hllo til be Mmh d b 'iiAldiiitK of the cli In older la fun 1 ti all the Usuauie of 11 full tnlnun II- mine foi whli b application had been ni.idi Mi. C'rtiznn writes that tlicj. petitions hid lieing signed by a Urge Miinliei of people, no km than newntj tunics huvlim bet 11 bccnicd ou u peti tion after oue slncle morning service. NO. 10 6T0P.I1 300 PAIRS CURTAINS from 50 cents a pair up. The ItcHt collection In tho city nnd much lower tliini tiKunl prices for , one wm; ONLY. . vi II' ste iiAl'