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SUNDAY ADVERTISER, MARCH 15, 1903.
o fin HnrcPcTOAMWAYs Vvll I
Sorfo Un horses, ikaaway will
render them ueelee3. Why
don't you cure them ? Per
haps joa have tried different
medicine?. But don't waste
get the medicine that
'will cure that's
ARABIAN CURATIVE SALVE
It will do it every time. Curea
eore backs, shoulders, rope
la your horse troubled with
papu ? This is one of the most
difficult diseases to stop.
There's only one cure known
in Honolulu that's Pupuline
and we are agents for it. It has
cured every horse so far and
will yours if you follow direc
tions. Try it. Sold at bath our
Hob run Drug Go.
EMr's Block. Fort Street.
Sachs' Block, Be retania and Fort.
Weeping eyes and aching head,
Smarting lids a tiery red.
Eyes so weak can barely see
Think you're on a nightly spree.
Can neither read, nor think, nor
Go to church, nor shop, nor show
Belief is in our hand above
A. N. Sanford,
Manufacturing Optician, Boston Build
ing, Fort htreet, Over Maj Do.
from an old house with an estab
Free delivery I
to all parts of the city and Waikiki.
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rfiTHftliflfltPfl IftllS WfltPr WATtrl
. Company, Ltd.
Telephone Main 71.
Works 601 Fort street.
CABLE ADDRESS "HALSTEAD
WiXlLAbd E. Ebow stock
" a. uotj ) Bond Exchange
Halstead & Co., Ltd
921 Fort Street
Stock and Bond Brokers
Snar share and other securitie
bought and sold cn the Honolulu and
San Francisco Stock ana Bona jxonange.
Wing Wo Chan-
Nuuanu between Merchant and
Importers and retail dealers In
FINE HAND CARVED EBONT
FURNITURE, HAND DECORATED
ufillNA WARE, PONGEE AND PINE
O. 23. Oollixn-s
Manufacturer of HARNESS and
8ADDLERY. Full line of Horse and
8Uble requisites. King near Fort
street. TeL Main 144. P. O. Box 507.
ms. E. PI. TAYLOR,
Calla Lilies, Roses
Honolulu Iron Works Co.
BOILERS. SUGAR MILLS. COOL
ERS. BRASS AND LEAD CASTINGS
and machinery of every description
made to order. Particular attention
paid to ship's blacksmithlng. Job work
coted on shortest notice.
Kahiklnul Meat Market
FRUITS AND VEGETABLES.
Bretanla Street, corner AVe.
I Phone Bin 2511
London Directors Approve and Call Meeting
of the Stockholders to Katity
Every point of difference between the
stockholders of the Rapid Transit Com
pany ami those or tne iramways com
pany has been reconciled, and all that
remains to bring Into the absolute con
trol of the former corporation all the
franthlses and trorerty of the latter.
is the ratification of the agreement
which has been made. This wi.l be
done on the part of the Rapid Transit
fomr.anv tr-Vhr.Mpra nt a mwi to
be held on Wednesday week, March 25,
and the meeting of the London stock
holders of the Tramways Company will
be held during the coming week for
the same purpose.
The cablegram announcing the agree
ment upon the terms of sale was re
ceived by ihe local company directors
on Friday, and at once the directors
were called together and the terms dis
cussed. The agreement is along the
lines at first formulated and there is
left no possible chance for any friction
in the completion of the deal by which
the transfer is to be accomplished. For
ENGLISH VERSION OF THE
COMING CHINESE DRAMA
Very great interest is being aroused in the play which is to be given at
the new Chinese theater next Wednesday evening, under the auspices of lead
ing Chinese merchants of the city, for the benefit of the Anglo-Chinese acad
emy. The play will be given in Chinese, and there will be interpretations on
the stage to render the speeches of the actors as made Into English, while
the best Chinese actors in the city have been cast for the several parts. The
play itself is a Chinese classic. It commemorates an event in Chinese history,
occurring in the reign of the Ciun dynasty, over fourteen hundred years ago.
The following synopsis of the play has been compiled for the benefit of those
in the audience who may be unable to understand the Chinese rendition:
Act I. Rebel leader preparing to rebel.
Act II. Mr. Fung, a millionaire, celebrates his birthday. Rebels loot his
mansion. Slay him. Fung's son, named Ching On, and his daughter, escape.
Rebels pursuing them.
Act III. See Ma Ping and See Ma Hoy, brothers, out on a hunting ex
cursion. They rescue Ching On and sister and take them home. Ching On
betroths his sister to See Ma Ping. See Ma Hoy's daughter betrothed to
Act IV. Rebel leader victorious.
Prime Minister lead troops and are
s-m K .
&cene j. 1 ne bee -Ma Drotners and Ching On join Imperial Army. See
Ma rescues Emperor. Ching On rescues second and third princes. See Ma
PIngr rescues Prime Minister. See Ma
adopted by second prince. See Ma Ping pensioned by Prime Minister.
Act V. See Ma Ping returns home. Brings family to reside at capital.
Half way enters inn. Ching On goes to inn to get married and third prince
accompanies him. See Ma Hoy's wife elopes with third prince. Ching On
pursues them. Fight at third Prince's house.
(At this stage of the play three Chinese boys, 7, 9 and 11 years old respec
tively, will perform some clever tumbling and somersault acts, which will
amuse the audience.)
Act VI. See Ma Hoy's father and mother enter third prince's mansion.
Discussion results in death to the mother and serious wounds to the father
at hands of third prince. Third Prince orders his soldiers to slay the Fung
and See Ma families. Ching On comes to the rescue. Ching On and See Ma
Ping disagree. Both break marriage engagements.
Act VII. See Ma joins his brother. See Ma Hoy (who was stationed
at Wa Shan). See Ma Hoy has revenge. Slays second and third princes.
Daughter of second prince leads army to the capitol and demands an expla
nation of why her father was slain. See Ma rescues Emperor. They flee to
Tung Kwan's camp of Imperial troops. Raise forces and Emperor reinstated.
Ching On, See Ma Ping and See Ma Hoy explain matters, and the broken
engagements are reunited.
NEW OFFICERS IN
The following changes in the National
Guard are made in an order from Col.
J. H. Sope:
General Orders No. 3.
1. The resignation of Captain R. P.
Meyers, Surgeon Second Battalion, 1st
Regiment, N. G. H.. is accepted, and
he is placed on the Retired List, as of
thte date. February ISth, 1903. in ac
cordance with Section 90, Civil Laws.
w. L. Moore to be Surgeon Second
Battalion, 1st Regiment, N. G. H.. with
the rank of Captain, from Feb. ISth,
1903. vice R. P. Myers.
3. M. M. Johnson to be Adjutant
First Battalion, 1st Regiment, N. G. H.,
with the rank of First Lieutenant, from
January 19th, 1903, vice B. H. Wright,
corrmlsslon expired. .
4. An election will be held in the
company room at the Drill Shed, on
Monday. March 23rd, 1903. at 7:30 p. m..
for the election of the following offi
cers: One Captain, Company "H." vice J.
A. Thompson Commission expired.
One First Lieutenant. Company "H,"
vice M. K. Nakuina. Commission ex
pired. One Second Lieutenant. Company
"II." vice M. C. Amana. Commission
Captain John Schaefer. Adjutant
First Regiment. N. G. H.. will preside
at the foregoing election.
By order of the Commander-in-Chief.
J. H. SOPER.
The Beekwith residence, furnished, at
Haiku. Maui, is offered for rent. See
some t'.rr.e the Ha r id Tran?it Company i
has bten i.i virtual control of the Tram- ;
way? lines, and as soon as the ratific-a- ! ()
tion of the deal entered into by Col. !
Davison and Treasurer Peck, represent
ing the two corporations, is made, the J (S)
deeds will be passed and the absolute
control will lie with the home company.
The stocK or tne Tramways uompanj
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nd th franf.hlM.s an(j realtv will
; be deeded over to the Rapid Transit
1 company. ine arrangements nae
reached such a stage that the business
agent of the Tramways Company has
been selected and as soon as the meet
ing of the stockholders is held there
will be no delay in accomplishing the
transfers, which will remove the En
glish corporation as a factor in the lo
cal transportation business, and place
all the lines of rails in the handd of
the one company.
The stockholders at their meeting
will not only ratify the deal for the
consolidation but will also make all
other arrangements which will insure'
the most perfect satisfaction of the
people with their method of handling
the transportation problems.
Emperor, second and third princes and
Hoy decorated by Emperor. Ching On
READ ALL OF THIS
You Never Know the Moment
Wben This Information
May Prove of Infin
(From the Sydney, N. S. W.. Herald.)
It Is worth considerable to any citi
zen of Honolulu to know the value and
use of a medicine, for it there is no
occasion to employ it, in the mean
time, frail humanity is subjected to so
many Influences and unforseen contin
gencies that the wisest are totally un
able to gauge the future. Know then
that Doan's Ointment will cure any
case of hemorrhoids, commonly known
as piles, or any' disease of the cuticle
or skin, generally termed eczema. One
application convinces a continuation
cures. Read this proof:
Mr. William Gilliver. of the well
known firm of Gilliver & Curtis, rail
way and general contractors, and
whose private address Is "Avoca,"
Bankstown, a suburb of Sydney, N. S.
W., has written the fololwlng unso
licited letter, which we herewith pub
lish in full:
Messrs. Foster. McClellan Co., 76 Pitt
St.. Sydney, N. S. W.. February 14.
Dear Sirs: In Justice to you and
suffering humanity I write to say that
I -suffered from itching piles for 22
years. I tried many doctors and pretty
well all kinds of patent medicines, but
got relief for a short time only. See
ing your Ointment advertised, I bought
a pot and did not use more than one
half of it, not six months ago, and I
am perfectly cured. You may use this
as you wish.
Doan's ointment is sold by all deal
ers at 50 cents per box or will be
mailed on receipt of price by the Hol
lister Drug Co., Honolulu, agents for
the Hawaiian Islands. , j
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Cllkic Timnrv inuirwni.
..iiu iuuuk AKcn.icv.iuKn kocucD rROM STUCCO: A CORNER
un tne removal of- the stucco
Ofn t il rv m & Ha uf If if tit. nv
ieirijuuce an example in detail.
Today is the third Sunday in Lent.
Rev. W. M. Kincaid will preach his
last sermon at the Central Union
church as he expects to leave on the
Korea for a trip to Egypt. His sub
ject will be, in the morning. "The Secret
Place of the Most High;" in the even
ing, "The Home of Bethany."
Bishop Ilestarick will pleach his third
Lenten sermon in the series on the
principles of the Christian Religion.
At the Methodist Church in the morn
ing Rev. G. L. Pearson will preach on
"The- Influence of Revealed Truth Upon
Man." At 6:30 p. m., Epworth League,
A Young Christian's Pleasures," Fred
Young leader. At 7:30 p. m., a Young
People's Service, address by William
G. Alexander of San Jose, Cal. "Sub
ject: "The Advantages of Religious Ex
perience and Service A Business Man's
Rev. E. S. Muckley's sermon thin
Evening at the Christian Church will
be: "Returning Home." Raymond
Brown will sing.
Elder D. A. Anderson will preach in
the evening at the Reorganized Church
of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints.
Subject: "Conviction or Conversion
At the Roman Catholic Cathedral
there will be low masses at 6 and t,
children's mass with .English sermon
at 9 o'clock and high mass with sermon
at 10:30. Rosary with native instruc
tion at 2 and solemn vespers and bene
diction at 7. Thet will be the usual
services at the other Catholic churches.
Other religious bodies holding ser
vices at tne usual nours are tne i.
Clement's Church on Wilder avenue;
Chinese Church, Fort above Beretania;
Japanese Congregational, Kukui street:
Japanese M. E. Church, near St. Louis
College: Kaumakapiii Church, King
and Achi lane; Kawaiahao Church,
King and Punchbowl; Maklkl Chapel.
Japanese, Kinau street; Mormon
Church, Punchbowl street; Portuguese
Protestant jfriurch, Punchbowl and Mil
ler; Seventh Day Adventist, Printer's
lane; Bishop Memorial Chapel, Kame
hameha Schools: Buddhist Temple,
Fort lane: Christian Science Associa
tion. Alakea street; Peniel Mission.
Irwin block; Salvation Army. King and
Nuuanu streets; Sloan Mission, Kawai
ahao street and Ward avenue.
AT .THE OLD STYLE 'PHONE.
(With apologies to Whittier.)
Maud Muller. on a summers day.
Called. "Number, please V to earn ner
Before her, numbers, printed small.
Fell down when any one would call.
The Judge took down his office 'phone,
And made to Maud his w isht-s known.
Said he, "I'll ask you just once more.
Said Maud, as mild as summer seas.
"What number did you ask for, please'.'"
Said he: "I told you twice, before.
?aid Maud, and you could hear her
Just hold the 'phone a little while."
A weary interval ensued.
The wires hummed an interlude.
And broken bits of talk came o"er
The 'phone, and made the waiter sore.
The wishbone-shaped receiver hook
He seized upon and wildly shook.
Till Maudie's voice he heard once more,
"What number are you waiting for?"
The Judge responded with a roar,
Serenely Maud made answer then,
"That line is busy; call again."
The Judge had business late that day.
And so he merely walked away.
But as he walked, he shook his head,
And this is what he sadly said:
"Of all the bad words of tongue or
The d dest are, 'Busy; call again.' "
facing which has
disfigured the house
.L,m. - iure was revealed. It included the
ORDER OF PROCESSION
For the Funeral of the late
PRINCE ALUKKT Kl'M'IAKEA.
Funeral obsequies of the late Prince
Albert K. Kunuiukca will take place
from the Capitol building on Sunday
13th inst.. at 1:30 o'clock.
f Procession will be as fol-
High Sheriff and Police.
First Reghiieut. N. G. H.
fit. Louis College.
Young Men's Institute.
Kamc hanieha School.
Alumni Kamehameha School.
Marshal and Aides.
Commanding N. G. H. and Staff.
Pro Vicar Libert.
Mrs. Kunuiakea, widow of the late
Prince, and Mrs. Grace Kahooalii.
Mrs. Malulani Plianaia and Mrs. Keo
Mrs. Kaoanaeha and Mr. Kahooalii.
Prince and Princess D. Kawananakoa.
Prince and Princess J. Kalanianaole.
Mrs. Peleull Anvalu and Mrs. Theresa
Misses Taylor and Miss Kekauanohi.
Miss Lucy K. Peabody and Mrs. P.
Mrs. Elizabeth Booth and Mrs. Lucy K.
Mrs. Kahaawelani Kahea and Mrs.
Nahaolelua and Mrs: Kckal
Mr. and Mrs. Willie Simonson.
Mrs. Kahakuhaakoi and Mrs. Maluhi
Mrs. E. S. Boyd and Miss K. Kamal
opili. George Rooke.
Governor and Staff.
Secretary of Territory and Chief Jus
tice. President and Vice-President of Senate.
Speaker of the House of Representa
tives and Vice-Speaker.
Justices Supreme Court.
Heads of Territorial Departments.
Officers, U. S. Army and Navy.
Members of Senate and House of Rep
resentatives. Consular Corps.
lit. Rev. Bishop Restarick.
Hon. John Cummins.
Mrs. Julia Afong and Mrs. M. Montano.
Mrs. Kamaka Stiilman, etc.
Members of Committees.
The procession will form at i p. m.
on King street. The line of procession
preceding the catafalque will be form
ed on the mauka side of King street
with right resting on Alakea street. AH
who follow will form in Waikiki en
trance to Capitol grounds.
The procession will proceed along
King street to Alakea. thence by Ala
kea and Emma streets to Vineyard;
Vineyard street to Nuuanu; thence to
the Royal Mausoleum.
All attending the funeral in carriages
are respectfully requested to furnish
cards to their coachmen in order that
positions may be assigned.
The procession will be under the di
HOUSE AT STRATFORD-ON-AVON.
since the beirinni
very fine storey-posts, of which
rection of the Marshal. Major J. W.
Pratt, f the Governor's staff.
ALEXANDER G. HAWKS.
Secretary to th Governor.
Executive Chamber, March 14th. 1WX
HEADQIV RTERS FIRST REGI
MENT, NATIONAL GUARD Of
Honolulu. Hawaii. March 14. l?if:l.
General Orders No. 14.
1. In compliance with Genera Or
ders No. 4, dated General Headquar
ters, March 13th. 1903, Companies "K."
"F," "G," "H," will assemble under
arms at the Drill Shed, on Saturday.
March 14, 1903, at 4 o'clock p. m., to
act as an escort to the remains of th
late Prince Albert Kunuiakea, from his
residence in Pa lama to the Capitol.
Lieut.-Colonel Ziegler will command
2. Companies "E," "F," "G" and
"11" will each furnish a detail of two
sergeants, two corporals and nlxteen
privates, to act as a guard of the re
mains at the Capitol, from Saturday.
March 14th, 1903, at 6 p. m. to Sunday.
March 15th, 1903, at 1 p. m.
Officer of the Day Captain L. J. Na
Officer of the Guard Captain Gus
3. The First Regiment will assemble
under arms at the Drill Shed, on Sun
day, March 15th, 1903, at 12 o'clock
noon, for the purpose of acting as a
funeral escort, to the remains of the
late Prince Albert Kunuiakea, from the
Capitol to the Mausoleum.
4. Field and Staff will parade mount
5. Uniform: Mounted Officers Fati
gue, blue trousers and gloves. Line
Officers Fatigue, white trousers, leg
gings and gloves.
By order of Col. Jones.
(Signed) JOHN SCHAEFER.
Captain and Adjutant
of 909 Market street, San Francisco.
Full particulars later.
CHAS. F. HERHK'K CARRIAGE CO..
A MEETING OF THE STOCK
holders of the Charles F. Herrick Car
riage Co., Ltd., will be held at the Com
pany's office, on Merchant street, Wed
nesday afternoon, March 18th, 1903, for
the purpose of arranging ways and
means to meet the maturing financial
obligations of the Company, and to de
termine the future policy of the busi
ness. By order of the President.
C. F. HERRICK.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
Morton H. Mack has no right or au
thority to represent Howell's Hawaiian
Tours, or any publication issued in con
HOWELL'S HAWAIIAN TOURS.
Publisher "The Tourist" and "Hawaii."
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