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jHE YN&FJQ COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER, HONOLULU IUE2 J , 190a.
From tfce madding crowd they stand apart.
The maidens four and the work of Art;
Arid none might tell from sight alone ,
In which had Culture ripest grown
The Gotham Million fair to see.
The Philadelphia Pedigree.
The Boston Mind of azure hue,
Or the soulful Soul from Kalamazoo
For all loved Art In a seemly way.
With an earnest soul and a capital A.
Long they worshipped; but no one broke
The sacred stillness, until up spoke
The "Western one from the nameless place.
Who, blushing, said: "What a lovely vase."
Over three faces a. sad smile flew, -
The large demand for Vases has induced the Pacific Hardware Co. to
place on sale at their Bethel Street Department, an. invoice intended for the
Holidays: - :
Fine Cut Glass, Bohemian Glass, Florentine Faience, Majolica, etc., etc.,
in every variety of design and shape.
In the furniture line Ward
robes and Chiffoniers com
bined, with full length
French plate mirrors in the
doors. ' Also double door
wardrobes, with .full length
French plate mirrors in the
doors. While being useful,
these wardrobes are a hand
: some piece ef furniture, and
add to tb& appearance of any
well furnisbed house.- They
are of special construction,
and are ABSOLUTELY IN
Our stock of secretary
bookcases and library cases
was never as large as at
present. We have the li
brary bookcases In large and
email, with "one. two and
stands and chiffoniers just
the thing to fill In some un
Something neat and use
ful. By using one a short
time U will pay for itself.
A full line of LINOLEUM,
RUGS. MATTING and
I J. Hopp&Co. I
LEADING FURNITURE -f
....... DEALERS , 1
T Corner Kins and Bethel Sta.
Castle & Cooke
LIFE and FIRE
1 mmmrm . . 3 i. .. i
SEW ENGLAND MUTUAL
LIFE INSURANCE CO
MTVA FIRE INSURANCE CO
JL Cm JLaveBiia
Stock and Bond Broker.
Real Estate and Insurance.
403 Judd Building.
And they edged away from Kalamaaoo.
But Gotham's haughty soul was stirred . .
To crush the stranger, with one small word.
Deftly hiding reproof in praise, :
She cries: '"Tis. lnde-1 a lovely vaze!"
But brief her unworthy triumph, when
The lofty one from the house of Penn,
With a ronr't .r. .. ss of two grandpapas,
Exclaims: "It is quite a lovely vans!"
And glances round with an anxious thrill.
Awaiting the word of Beacon Hill.
But the Boston, maid-smi!es ecurteouslee.
And gently murmurs: "Oh, pardon met
I did not catch your remark, because
I was so entranced with that charming vaws!"
James Jeffrey Roche in Life.
STREET, ABOVE CASTLE & COOKE'S.
Cannot, possibly, be found exactly
alike in every particular.
Especially Is this true of defective
eyes eyes needing glasses. :
Even a different measurement in the
two eyes is quite common. One eye
may be perfect and the other short
sighted: or they may have different de
grees of the same defect, or a different
Is It any wonder then; you "have
never found a glass you could see
through?" Try us we'll find you a
glass If you need it; if not " we'll tell
k N. Sanford,
Boston Bulldlnar. Fort Street.
Over May & Co.
Castle & Cooke; Ltd.
, Commission AL rchants.
' SUGAR FACTORS.
The Ewa Plantation Oo,
The "Walalua Agricultural Co., it.
The Kohala Sugar Go.
The Walmea Sugar Mill Co
The Fulton Iron Work. 84. Lrfai
The Standard Oil Co. 5
The George ff. blake Steam Puray,
The New England Mutual Lite l
urance Co. of Boston.
The Aetna Fire Insurance O.
The Alliance Assurance Ce. of be
Will Make Your Clothes
Look Like New
IF TOU TAKE THEM TO TUX
Cleaning and Dyeing Works.
Fort St Opposite Star Block.
Tel. White 2S62.
103S Nuuanu Ave.
X trades cf lieht
gaods for the season.
White Duck, Light
Woolens, etc j
Yon get latest styles,'
a good tit and the j
prices are right. j
BONOLULU LODGE No. fl. B. P.
j. E., will meet In their new hail, on
kflUer and Beretania streets, every
By order of the E. R.
D. Lu CONKLING. Secretary.
r. M- BROOKS. E. R.
If in Bad Humor
DROP INTO THE
and chuck a few lignum vita ball mi
; and that card U shoddy,
oae yon should be
ashamed of: - '
. . WHAT IMPRESSION
do you leave behind?
You pay you don't care;
yes, but you should care.
You cannot afford to
be careless about the kind
of card you use; it doea
make a" difference, wheth
er you believe it or not.
Besides, there's no ex
cuse for using the wrong
kind; as the right kind,
barring the first cost of
the engraving costs no
more than the wrong. We
have two presses con-
stantly going, doing
nothing but-turning out
the RIGHT kind of card,
the kind that will not be
You will have no rear
son to be ashamed or
fear criticism fif your
v cards are made by us.
Fine Assortment of ISLAND
VIEWS. Send for list.
- irst Class Work Guaranteed
Corner Fort and Hotel Streets.
Clear and Tobacco,
Chinese and Japanese Tas,
Vases, CamphorwooS Trunk
silks and satins
Of ALL KINDS.
tlt-tlJ Nuuanm I tree
! I. f. Ill,
- . . GIVE MUSICALE
Excellent Showing Made by Mem
bers of Mrs. Yrndley's
A pleasing musical exhibition by the
pupils of Mrs. J. Y. Yarndley's classes
was given yesterday' afternoon in the
Y. M. C. A. hall. All of the little boys
and girls who appeared upon the plat
form acquitted themselves with credit
and In sconce Instances cleverness in the
rendition of the selection brought out
generous applause. The attendance of
parents and friends was quite large.
The musicians were the youngest pu-
piis studying under Mrs. Yarndley and
naturally the musical selections for
piano and voice were of the simplest
kind. The children seemed perfectly at
home at the piano, both in solos and
in duets with their instructor. The
program, which was quite long, was as
Children songs Chas. McCurrle
a. -6 and 9" .
b. "Wouldn't Think"
c. "A Hint" ..........
Misses Camille Raas, Jessie Kennedy,
Libby Peck. Marjorie Leadingham
and the Misses Halstead.
a. "Morning Prayer" .. Enckhausen
b. "We Two Together" Landon
c. Etude ("Our Favorite") .. Lebert
Miss Muriel Halstead and Mrs. J. W.
Picnic Dance Spindler
Miss Libby Peck.
Voice, "Hush. Little One!". Bevignani
Mihs Helen Desha.
Duets . Lebert
a. Etude ("Syncopation")
' b. Etude ("Brooklet's Song") ..
Miss Lucia Halstead and Mrs. J. W.
a. "First Waltz of the Star Per
former" . . Gurlitt
b. "Bicycle Ride" Schultz
Master Albert Lucas.
a. "Barn Dance"
Trio with Miss Lucia Halstead and
Mrs. J. W. Yarndley.
. b. "The Two Singers" Landon
Miss Muriel Halstead.
Song, "Young King Cole"
, Chas. McCurrie
Master Albert Lucas.
a. Etude. ("Swift Fingers") ..Lebert
,b, '. Etude ("Murmuring Stream-
Miss Libby Peck.
a. "Doll's Lullaby" Ascher
b. "Left Hand Melody" .... Landon
Miss Lucia Halstead.
Duet. Etude ("Andante Pastorale")
. , Lebert
Master Albert Lucas and Mrs. J. W,
"Priere du Matin" (Melodie). Streabog
Miss Camille Raas. '
Mlsa Emily Davis.
"Fairy Polka" Spindler
' Master Stanley Kennedy.
a. "Family Party" (Polonaise)..
b. "Golden Stars" (Valse) ..Streabog
Miss. Camille Raas.
Reading. "On Hearing a Little Mu
sic-Box" . .'. Leigh Hunt
Miss Grace leadingham.
Piano' Obligato. -Miss Marjorie Lead
- , ingham ("Pavan" Sharpe).
Miss Jessie Kennedy.
. a. "Margaietha's Cradle Song".
b. "Birds in the Night" Barnby
c. "Thou'rt Like unto a Flower"
. Mrs. J. W. Yarndley
Miss Helen Desha.
"In Rank and File" Lange
Mister Stanley Kennedy.
- a. "Dance of the Marionettes"..
b. "Tyrolienne" Meyer
- Miss Emily Davis-.
Children's Song, "Grandpa's Danc
ing Lesson" Chas. McCurrie
Misses Jessie Kennedy, Camille Raas,
Lucia Halstead. Muriel Hal
stead and Hazel Halstead.
"Doll's Dream" Oesten
Miss Jessie Kennedy.
Iut, "Spanish Dance"" (Bolero) ..
Moszowski, Op. 12, No.
Primo. Miss Grace Leadingham.
Secondo, Mrs. J. W. Yarndley.
He Telia the Public What Congress
Will Do Next Time.
D tlegate Wilcox, who returned on the
Zfalandia. held a reception at his
Punc hbowl home yesterday for some of
his friends. Wilcox was much improv
ed by the sea voyage, but seems glad
to be at home again. He afreets to be
pleased with his work in Washingtin.
He thinks it certain that the bill pro
viding for a Senatorial Investigating
commission will pass, and that Burton
i f Kansas, Foster of WaphinRtrf an 1
Blackburn of Kentucky are likely to
compose it. Th ? first t re Rc-j ubii
cans. Wilcox bi-lieves -that the Kohala
ditch bill will brt-omc a lnv at the next
session, but. has no hope for the meas
ure at this one. Unless the next Legis
lature takes care of the Tramways, the
delegate says that Congress will pass
the bill introduced by him at tnelr
next session. He bflieves also that the
the claims bill will become a law un
less "on cress man Cannon of Illinois
st'ts his foot down on it. Wilcox ex
pects to return to Washington :n No-
inber ami hopes to be re-elected.
Had Heart Disease.
Keami, the Hawaiian woman, whose
body was found on the beach at Wai-
kikl opposite Pualeilani, probably came
to her death by heart disease, and the
coroner's jury which sat on the case
at noon yesterday, returned a verdict
in accordance with the testimony. The
verdict was as follows:
"That the said Keanu (w) came to
her death at Waikiki. in the district of
Honolulu. Island of Oahu. on the 30th
day of June. A. D. 1902. from fatty de
generation of the heart.
"Chas. OhilUngworth. Coroner; Wm.
Pavidge. Isaac Cockett. F. W. Wed,
E. P. Sullivan. R. B. Kidd, W. W. Cai
lyle." . .
The Fourth of July will be generally
observed as a holiday along the water
Honolulu, July l.t, 1302.
TENDERS FOR .PURCHASE OF
HIDES AND TALLOW.
Tenders for purchase of hides and
taliovv belongir g to the Board of Health
for the period of six months ending
December 31, 1902, will be received at
the ofiloe of the Board until 12 o'clock
noon, Wednesday, July 2, 1902.
The tenoer must be for the price pr
pound for hldea and tallow delivered on
the wharf at Honolulu on wt lghts ap
proved by agents of the Board of
Health. Payments required in U. S.
gold coin Immediately after delivery.
The Board does not bind itself to ac
cept the lowest or any bid.
H. C. SLOGGETT.
President Board of Health.
PROPOSALS FOR' BEEF CATTLE.
Proposals will be received at the office
of the Board of Health up to 12 o'clock
noon, Wednesday, July 2, 1&02, for sup
plying the Leper Settlement. Molokal,
with beef cattle for a period of six
months from July 1st, 1902, to Decem
ber Slst, 1902, under the following con
1. The contractor to supply fat beef
cattle to weigh not less than 300 pounds
net, when dressed. In lots averaging
about ninety head per month, more or
less, as may be specified by the Super
intendent. 2. The contractor must specify
whether he shall deliver the cattle (1)
at the Leper Settlement, or (2) f. o. b.
steamer, or (3) 'at the landing specified
by the contractor.
Hides, tallow and offal to be, the
property of the Board.
me bid must be lor the pnee per
pound dressed weight or per head.
The Board does not bind itself to ac
cept the lowest or any proposal.
II. C. SLOGGETT.
6210 President Board of Health.
In accordance w ith Section 1 of Chap
ter XXVI of the laws of 1880: All per
sons holding water privileges or those
paying water rates are hereby notified
that the water rates for the term end
ing Dec. 31. 1902, will be due and pay
able at the office of the Honolulu Water
Works on the 1st day of July, 1902.
All such rates remaining unpaid for
fifteen days after they are due will be
subject to an additional 10 per cent.
All privileges upon which rates re
main unpaid August 15, 1902 (thirty
days after becoming delinquent), are
liable to suspension without further no
tice. Rates are payable at the offloj? of
the Water Works, in the. basement of
the capitol building. '
6200 Supt. Honolulu Water Works.
THE REGULAR MEETING OF Ho
nolulu Aeria No. 140. F. O. E.. will be
held this (Wednesday) evening, July 2,
at St. Antonio Hail, at 7:"0 o'clock.
Election of Worthy Chaplain and one
O. W. ANDERSON.
A DIVIDEND IS DUE AND PAY
abl to the stockholders of the Inter
Isliind Steam Navigation Company,
Ltd., at the ofilce of the company
Queen street, on Wednesday, July 2,
1X)2. The stock-books will be closed to
transfers from the 2nd to the 4th Inst.
Honolulu, July 1, 1902.
THE HOLDERS OF TICKETS
hemiriir the nnmliprs clvell below art
entitled to prizes, the choice commenc
ing with the lowest number:
If tickets are not presented within
thirty days, the same win be void.
6210 W. W. DIMOND & CO., LTD.
Cathoiic iene.lent Union of
TUB REGULAR MEETING OF
the Catholic Benevolent Union of Ha
waii will be held this (Wednesday) ev
ening at the Union Hall, Catholic Mis
sion grounds. All members are request
ed to be present.
r. D. CREEDON.
no Recording Secretary.
KILAUE.V VMMM HOUSE
NOTICE OF STOCKHOLDERS'
BY ORDER OF JOHN ENA, VICE
President of the Kilauea Volcano
House Company. Limited, I hereby
give notice that there will be a special
meeting of the stockholders of the said
Kilauea Volcano House Company, Lim
ited, at the office of the Inter-Is!and
Steam Navigation Company, In Hono
lulu, Territory of Hawaii, at 10 o'clock
a. m. on Monday. July 14. 1902.
The business to be considered will bp
th consideration of reports, election of
oilicers and such other business a may
be laid before th meeting.
T. W. HOBRON,
Secretary, Kilauea Volcano House
Honolulu, June 30, 1902. 6209
DISSOLUTION OF COPARTNER
SHIP. THE PARTNERSHIP HEBETO
fore existing between I. II. Lewis, J.
D. Holt Jr. and C. H. Brown, in the
Maile Saloon. ha. b-n dNsolved by
mutual consent, Mr. C. H. Brown hav
ing withdrawn. The busings will In
future conducted by D. 11. Lewis
ar:d J. T. Holt Jr.
(Signed) D. H. LEWIS.
(Signed) 62-r9 J. D. HOLT.
HIT! DEM) NOTICF.
THE GERMAN PAVINGS AND
1iAN SOCIETY, 628 California street.
For thfl half-year ending with June
30, l??. a dividend has been declared
at the rate of thr- () pr cent rr an
num on all deposit, free of taxes, pay
able on and after Tuesday. July 1, 1902.
Thos. Q. Thnim'g
Imp r i n t 8 1 a n d a
For Q uallty
Society Note Paper
We r ibowltif quite so
extended line of tiaod
ome note paper with
enrtlopea to match, ale
trlea of watch ws a
your Inapectioa. EnT
lag and printing dose at
hort notice. Write for
aamplee tad pricea.
Thos. G. Thrum,
Box 305. HONOLULU.
New Book Bulletin
Golden Rule Bazaar
"If I Were King," by Justin McCarthy.
"The Strollers-," by F. L K- a. l.anu
"The Dark o the Moon." by 8. .
"The Lovely Mrs. Fetnberton," by Flor
The Fifth String:." by John Fblllp
"Tb Methods of Lady TTalderhunrt."
by Mrs, Burnett.
"Double Jlarrel Detectlre Story," by
"The- Mattery of the Pacific," by A. 1L
"A House Party." cdite4 by I-l Lal-
. eester Wnr4.
"Dorotty Ternon of lladdon nail by
The , Womaa TYho Dared." by I X
"A Roman Mystery." kr Richard B-
"Th FigbtiBg- Biahop," by II. M. Hop
Uhy. "The Captain ' of - th urey uona
Traop," by Hamlin Garland.
"Tbf Maria Wheel," by John Strang;
The Kentons." by W. D. Howell.
"Naked Truths, etc.," by Minna Thom
There are only a FEW of the LAT
EST ROOKS received ex S. S. Sierra.
Bo for tbe Mountains or
VACATION IS HERE
i .i- -
We furnish GROCERY
For two perBons camping- 'tea
days; or. for three peraonaj
camping- ten days; or, for four
persons camping- one week; or
for fouf persons camping tn
020 00 '
LEWIS & CO.
840-Two Telephone 2--0
10M FOHT STREET.
Fire Alarm Boxes
If yon ere using a Lewera
& Cooke Diary, call at
their ofilce for corrected
list of Fire Alarm Boxes
to ta!;e place of the old
Lewers & Gooke
HAWAIIAN ENGINEERING AND
Room- 508-510 Htarg'-.iwcM Uldg.
ENGINEERS AHO COTCilCIDHS.
Vh:c? Meln 50.