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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, H, T., THURSDAY, FED, 14, 1901.
1 A Grand Reduction Sale
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I FIRST TO ARRIVE !
For additional Shlpi Ing New see seventh pane
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1 SWEEPING 25 PER CENT REDUCTION SALE OF
j Millinery Gcotlo Trimmed lints
I Silk Shirt Wiilsts Ltice Ties
: Pour lu Hands Belts, Corsets, Ctc.
; These goods are .ill genuine bargalng, anj will prove themselves so on
H Invest gatlon. 1 liese goods mint be disposed of to make room for a hind-
it some new stock of Spring Goods
j The MISS 1Y1. E. KILLEAN CO., Ltd.
jl ARLINGTON ..LOCK. IIOTHL HTHBXT.
The "Zh'ALANDIA" brought us a shipment of
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Vifi..n I.11.U tie UenhiintM k
X ANTL-lAITHt WITILtirroco IN AN
UMM MODEL J
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no 4.. Honolulu. T II.
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New Yoik. F0I1 4. Ilov. John K"l
ler, socrctarj o the IllBht Hcv. Illshop
Surkcj pastor of Tilnlty Eplncopil
Church .Mission, In Arlington, N. J.,
ami chaplain of the First New Jersey
ri'Klim-nt ns shot nnil seriously
wouuiled liy Thomas 1), Darker In Ar
lington this niunilns.
The shooting Is Is said, was tho
result of a tllsrlosuro mailo liy liar
tho accusation mailo against liltn. Af
ter the shooting Darker surrendered
to the police and wan locked up
According to n story told by Darker
to eeoral friends nfter the shootlni?,
his v,lfo last night told him that tho
lllties fiom uhii'ii she had suffered
for nearly a. year was duo to an as
sault comniltteti at her homo by Ilev.
Mr. Keller, limine which Mrs. Darker
Darker has for many years been
In the employ of tho Commercial
Cable Compan. Ilev. Mr. Keller is
about .'IS ears of ngo and a native
JAPANCSli FIRC CLAIMS.
A meeting of the Japanese committee
on lire claims was held at the Japanese
Consulate last evening and Important
questions In connection with claims
It seems that the committee has run
up against a sn.tg. owing to tho fart,
that somo ono hundred men and wo
n'cn, In presenting their claims, ne
glected to state their present residing
places. In consequence of this over
sight, advertisements hae been order
cd plated In nil the Japanese papers,
calling upon all tho parties to appear
before the committee at the Consulate
Kin,? Bros, reg to announce
that they will not hold them
selves responsible for framing
and other orders not called for
within ihirtv days.
Parties interested are request
ed to call at once and arrange
KING BROS.' ART STORE,
120 Hotel St., Cor. Unio.i.
The eor populnr Rainier beer Is be
coming a household word and "will
you havo a glass of Seattle," Is mor
often heard than anything else. The
Criterion Saloon has the beer on tap cr
PACIFIC CARRIAGE CO.
Coiner Hotel and Union Sts,
Up-to-chite Hucks and
AT ALL HOURS.
HARRY DORSON, Manager. v
Mrs. A. L. King
Has removed to rort street, opposite the
Catholic Church, where the patronage of
her friends and former customers Is soil
Pantheon Shaving Parlor
Quarterly Meeting of the Union Feed
Comp.it.v, Ltd , will be held at the com
pany's off.ee, Judd building, ou FRIDAY,
the 15th Inst., at to o'clock a.m.
SOUTHARD HOFFMAN. JR.,
1 76j-2t Secretary.
PACKED ON FARM
fresh and Sweth -
New York Feb. I Washington Hunt
er, an old nml wealthy farmer of
RUcrslde, N J Is tlcatl from the tcr-l
rlblc Injuries Indicted upon him li
two murderous buiglars on Friday
night. Ho passed away estcrd.i' morn
ing, his mangletl hands In those of his
aged wife, who stood biokeu autl tot
tering nt his bedside. Hunter was 7."
) ears old' and his wife was his Junior
by only "t few cars.
Although detectives are scouring the
surrounding country for the mmderers,
there Is little prospect of their nrrttt
In tho few conscious moments of tho
old man nfter tho assault ho was not
able to describe them, and his Ife saw
only their backs as they ran from the
Suspicion has been directed to
John Kcnugh as one of them. Keough
had been a tenant of Hunter's, nml had
threatened him on several licentious,
when the farmer refused to lend him
money. He moved from HIersldo
with lbs family about two ears ago,
but was seen loitering about the Hunt
er estnto on Friday morning. Slnie
then ho has again disappeared, and
thcro Is no trace of his whereabouts.
Canada Would Buy
Up Its Telegraph
New York. Feb. 4 A special to the
H'nIJ frnm Toronto. Ont.. vivs:
The Dominion Government Ins practi
cally tiU'n steps to purchase the telegraph
s steins of Cinidi. estend them enor
mmislv and operate them In connection
with the I'ostomce Departmen.
It is also niorosed to follow .i slmllir
course with the leleidinne, hut In the ci1
of the latter munlclp.i'itleslllhelUriseJ,
a In Gie.it Bntiln, to opente the system
within their own arei-. The iuestlnn of
the absolute control "f the Cm iJhn tele
graphic erlce lus icing reen Jlsii sspj,
but not until the present liberal govirn
nent unit Intu ottic Ins It been posslHe
to talk purchase. With a surplus running
from 5 j.ooo.ooo to J7,ooo.o-x3 for 103" and
njoi, and a prospect ot an equmy large
surplus for igsi and 1032, the plan stems
I he great desire of Cin.idl in statesmen
Is to ee cables owned by Great Britain
under the Atlantic and I'Uik joinej at
each ocean to wires oneJ bv the Domin
ion, cross'ng this umntry, nc thus prtc
tiially girdling the globe by a cable abso
lutely under Imperial control. I he busl
ness men of Canada are unanimously In
favor ot tne scnenu.
In pursuance to an Execution Issued out
of the Supreme Court of the lerritory of
Hawaii, on the 5th day of February, A D,
ii)oi, In re matter of Antonio de Co'ta,
plantlff, vs. W. C. Cumndngs, defendant,
I have, on this nth day of February, A.
D., ii)oi. levied upon, and shall expose for
sale at Public Auction, to the highest bid
der, at the Police Station, Kalakaua Hale,
In Honolulu, Island of Ohu, Territory of
Hawaii, at 12 o'clock noon of Saturday,
the 16th nay of March, A.D., 1901, all the
right, title and interest of the said W. C.
Cummlngs, defendent, In and to the fol
lowing described property, unless the
judgment, amounting to three hundred and
twenty-five and 4-lo dollars, Interest,
costs and my expenses are previously
All tint certain property dtscrlDed In
that certain mortgage dated October ifeth,
1891), made by W, C. Cummlngs and
John Moses Kea'ehato W. II. Cummlngs,
trustee, for ?45ooo, on which Jsooo.oo
has already been pjld, and duly recorded
In Liber 196, Page 397, and more particul
arly described as follows :
i. Land situate at Kapaakea, Honolulu,
Honolulu, Oahu, being a portion of L.C.
A. 1275, Apana 1, to Mookinl, and the
same premises that were convened to J.
M. Kealoha by deed of V . H, Cummlngs,
2. Land at Wa kanlnul, Walluku, Maul,
described In L.C.A. 3)30 to Lonohlwa,
containing an area c' 5i acres, and con-
vejed to the sal J W, C. Cummlngs, by
deeJ dated October 31st, t88i, and record
ed In Liber 72, page . . .
3. 7 Mules.
4. 8 Dump Carts, SadJIesand Harness.
5. 2 Wagons.
6. 1 Lot of Tools, Plows, Etc., Etc.
7. 2 Horses.
8. 1 Set of Harness.
9. 1 Stable, situate on South St., Hono
CHARLES T. CHILLING WORTH,
Deputy Shrrlff, Territory of Hawaii.
Honolulu, Oahu. i76.(-reb 14,23.2,9,15
New Moon on the 1Mb. nt 4:15 p in.
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Weather Dnrean. I'unahou, Febmar
tl.-Teinpciuture Morning minimum,
(10; Mldd.i) iimxlninm. 72.
Darometer at 0 a. m. 2D.91. Itlslng but
I)o I'olnt Wt".
Humldlt at 9 a. m. SO per cent.
Diamond Head Signal Station, Fob
ruaiy II. Weather clear; wind SW.
WeJneaaV, Feb. n.
Iwalar.l, Giegory, from Hawaii
I liurdiv. Feb. 1 1.
Br stmr Copak, Batter, from San Fian
U S stmr Solace, W ns'ow, from Guam
Stmr l.elun, Benrett, from Molokil.
Fern Kureki, S.hon, from Kureka.
Wrdnesdiv, Feb. 13.
Stmr Walaleale, I'll, for Kauai port.
C-a S S Warrlmoj, I'hllllps for Van
Am ship S D Carleton, Amesbury, for
the sonn '.
Am sjir Mary b Foster, Thompson, for
S in Francisco w ith ugir.
1 iiursjay, 1 cd. 14
I' M S S Rio de Janeiro. Ward for ban
Am schr William, Oleen Rorvlk, for
the Sou.id In billast.
Gas chr Kcllpse, TownenJ for Ko-
TO SAIL THIS AFTERNOON.
Stmr James Makee, TulleR, for Kapaa
it 4 p in.
From Kukulhiele. per stmr IvviIanl.Feb
1 j W C Messen and 0 dfck passengers.
Weather along the Himakui coast Is re
ported tine by the Iwahni
Honokai mill is grinding nt the rate of
17CO bjgs a dav and Pacific .Mill about 550
bags In the same time.
The schooner .Muriel will begin loaJIng
sugar for San Francisco on Sa urdny.
The Solace from Manila and Guam Is
at the Navy dock.
The William Olesen, In ballast, sailed
for the Sound this morning.
The bark Mohican, Captiln Kelley, sails
for San Francisco on Saturday.
The tern Etneka with lumber from hu
rtUa artlveJ tills morning aftera trip of
The sJioauer Twilight will be soli bv
public nuUion on the 1MI1.
Ciptiin Mitchell of 1 he steamer Kiln
bnl Is here to take his examination f
A small hamm-r head shark w.iscauclit
and br light to the lishmarkrt this m ru
ing. It was aluiit eighteen Indies lung.
The ste uner lwalanl arrived vestcrdiv
afternoon from Hamikui. She had 5719
sacks f sugar lor F. A. Si.li.iefe- Co.
She reports the sjinoner Mini at P.iauhau
loaJ ug ugar un the 12th. I he vessel Ind
10,000 bags of sugar aboard then. Slit
will go to Hllo for pariigers and will
probably arrive here Friday.
SDH KIT HIS FINGER.
Eiblle Hull, nn employe of the Hono
lulu lion Winks, appeared In tho Po
lite Court this morning on tho cliaige
of ni.smilt and battery on his wife. Ho
admitted having slapped her but stated
that ho had been cxuapci tc! be) nml
He had gone home on tho night ot
the 1-th lust, uud 11 little later, his wlfo
had culeieil tho house, n llttlo tho
nurse for llqnoi. She refused to help
him get dinner and went to n neigh
bors house to get 111010 liquor. Upon
her return to the house elio was tlrunk.
Sho lay down on the bed and later on
attacked him. lie put out his hand to
piotect himself nnd sho lilt one nf his
flngeis. It was then that ho squeezed
her Jaw to make her let go. That was
all that happened.
Tho woman admitted everything and
Judgti Wilcox tent the pair off with a
wauling to the woman to stay at homo
ami attend to household duties.
Mile Record llrolicn.
Chicago, Feb. 1. Eugcno Illlss. n
freshman dlhtanco runner nt tho Uni
versity of Chicago yesterday broko tho
Indoor iceord for tho varsity track In
tho 111 1 lo run, doing tho dlstnnro In
4 17 li-5. Tho former leuird was
4 18 3-r, and was held by It. D. Smith.
Dillletln Publishing Co, employs men of
expei tenet) ami artlttlc skill In the Job
depaitmtnt That's why wo nie turn
ing out tho best Job work In town.
THE FAST SAILING
N. P. CAULSniN, iMfiHter.
Will take a Limited Number of
Sailing about the end of next week
for S.m Francisco.
For particulars apply to .
Hind Rolph & Co.,
Cornel Fort and Merchant Sts.
TLL MAIN Il8. HONOLULU, TLB.
ST! ADY sronK Tne nn hivlmr "itny yff
- t xper mc In UfRp who eIrVntM. nJ In
oftUe f lure cnnirictofrJi'rn frtflMon of nv
WnJ. tlet of r (trmces AJJre$ "tic." Bult
WANTTD An txpflncei dry cools ilfmm
XAN1FI A poJ strnne iirjry horp, UUni
vv brci lmr rre frrei pply to Dr Sloi
Priicret Work it-iw
WANTLD-A jonnjr Amfrlcan to Jtle bkcf
wacnn New TncUni Raker. t?6a-tf
BOY WANTED lotf-vnthe jewelry tuliw II
W F ttr Motel St. irfcMw
IXANTCO RELIARLC MAS TO REPRESFNT
an t Mib hel hou on U' liooJ position
to fight PArt
Aiifrii P. O. Llox j3-,
1 ANTID TwnpnoJ ftmpoillofi at once, Aprlv
VV Mini ffhef, tf H'9-U
ttMNTHi Ymng man In a
native p efefri-i aJJ,e.. '
whole.lle h Mile,
'A thl office 8-iw
WANT 1 1) Your plumbtnc to in,
p'umtvr All wotlt guaranteed
tuQut-m St n.ar Atal M
ty a pract'cal
J H. iMIer
WANTtD-WATCIItSto repair by eeler ell)
yearaexptrlenr.. G D1LIZ. at Nuuanil St
YOl'Nti MAS, slenoeratlier and tvrewrlter. at
once Adlresf'A S" Hulletln Office1
THE OWL LUNCH
AM) OYSTrK ROOM
1 Ut.ten cred
tlie stiell only Trv hit
lam.ms Ham and I ?r anJwicnet and (.otlee uor
Nuuanuand Hve' tritl WM tUCAS Proprietor
OLD PAPERS TO rXCIIiNUf (or clean Cot
tfn Uapt Anppiv at Hnlll OttVe rVj-tl
TO HEM Two nely lutnla'ied roon. lth boird,
prlv t'e lamll) Aprly Cunlit ptaci, t-t Vln
ardandPv,r t "i-iw
TO L. T-Ofin
I POOH 11,
Ofire hh iiefdw,b lnfcrnle
aooon urn , Mfchiri Sr
I urnKliei room n
roomr VtntyirA't rFfNuiM'ti
UOU IcENT-One Urge room
piOPrRTY AT WAIALl'A TOR LEASE-rout
Iota at VV latui, ju.t nppo.ll. W ala ua Hole). 100
xyoi, are otter J lor lease a nir.lv or aa a wtrle. Tor
pirtliulart arrly to Mn. L Kekaanlau Prat- icSt
Pun hrol St iT..-,m
TO LLT Cnttaee 01 k'lnau S' beturen I'llknl and
Keiumoku 7 ro mi Including kltihen and bath
room, lo.miri occupied b A T. Brock W.nt $41
p r month Apply 10 C K Collin. King itreet reir
TO WENT Fum'-thed room. GarJen Lane Enquire
Mn McConncl. off Union rareet, No. o Harden
FOR SALE rnrr.Hy Inr.. and aurrev, Ifore sound
ard ..le Surrey In tirktilatscondit en Ad
reaa'liK ' Nullum Office itoo-U
TOR SALE-ntdroom .! and Kt chen Tabte. al
I mo.tmw $,) Apply thl. office, " S (. " ..-II
nESIDLMX I'ROI'EIITY l()l SALU
V Lo atlon the test. In Nuuanu Valle, corner ot
JuJd anl llliha stree'a Miefa Suhr premise- con
hl.i n of jb jut tour lire, of and com red with beau
tiful la. n me. an tlant. A o . .pk-edld residence
l.totei.-. rm Irte barn .1 d servint. uuartcrs.
allliliri Ii..i00dllon or furtht-r ri'lnl.r.
ptl ' HAWAIIAN IRUhl & INVI ST
Ml N T ( (.. I.I I). Iilepbone, 184 4glolt
I UOt s
1 n Dur
. LOT r ht in tun onlyltSj.
10 King St.
um sr 1 IOT Wllt.it ira.t tli lioue lot U x
II 1 . nl 1 o&o, terms eas-.. I H Hi rnette ,.
LTOM VALIi OR LTASI A dilllns ho.se col
I ta?e and lot, centrillv lo'a i-d, within five blfsks
of th p t ,rh e tot T Mil suilabl. f. r l.ut trs or
lltntlsts Hi - and dut-Hiii ir tor j buslne.. Ii.i
li.id Ri t S u. per month rp'y to ItTAW LsN
SINO Si CO ,.-
KOR SALK-FI irlda I'eaih Tree, and Coco. Wed-
I Jellaia Apply S VV JORDAN
llli-ll ir I rt St
OfV YEAR IhVSI Chinatown, ren'al only $10 a
vl monts I' H llur elte, w rClni- St
HOD' t AND TWO LOTS-k'ilulanl Tract, only
fi.ioo l II lljrnete, to King St
.UK -LL-une ea n a'4-4 and 6 hnr.e rer
I MI1T (k WIISSklUOSLSI OILLSOISLS. (nol
Iniulteof Jr-MMLLUTH, t.iJlngSt
FOR SAL A f.w Imported milch cows Apply to
j. m. vivas ";,,
X'lC bH Cent clear In .nn Is the "COIOMFL'
lo Ih had at the Mjrlle Clear Stoi
rt neit fa Or
lhum All kinds
' vnla C gir pc'n.iv
FOH SALL fw. Fntnlturof rni me4 cottjje
near torvj, ulthprlvlttrce f rentlnp eotMct,
WILLIAM SAVlDfiE & CO.
w6 trchjnt St.
Lracfhotd on Qutrn s'rect
1 Wfirlc. 9 a iin tfk run.
I neir Honolulu Iron Wfirks.
Sr ten J 14 Wrelitmtt Location
Apply to WILLIAM SAV1D0E, & CO .
o6 Merchant trct
t O.ST Crl nf I'vrolt No. wn. In fa. or of M
- I- Glupman, JtteJ I eb f, gat, Jul. MrJrr
r it-ate ipj i ninop inj uv. uatiK.
" Name on Every Piece."
FOR SAID BV
iskei Ion Mi at E
C l)AKt S Adver
tising agency, 64 and 63 Mercliants Lathange, San
hrancisc Lalltornia,whrecuntracts for adv.ltlsini;
can t.madti tor It
I 5. O. HALL & SON, Ltd.,
I Hall Building, Corner Fort and King Streets.
- MH - M' - 4 - M'! -
las. F. Morgan
H 05 Queen Htret
" SCHOONER TWILIGHT "
.Monday. February 18, 1001,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At my Salesroom, 65 Queen St.. I will sell
at I'uDllc Auction tor account ot whom
It may concern the
Captain C. Cettthen, Master,
175 tons register as she now lies
at anchor in Honolulu Harbor,
together with nil her sails, gear,
boats and furniture.
The vessel has lately been
supplied with a new suit of
sails', running gear and pumps.
TERMS OF SALE Cash in
U. S. Gold Coin.
Jas. F. Morgan,
I offer for s lie at the residence of MR.
C. STERLING, on the Corner of
Pcnsacola St. and Wilder Ave.
Property lias a frontage of 100 feet on
Pensa ola street, 26? on Wilder and Thurs
ton avenues, and 260011 dividing line.
DWELLING HOUSE contains veran
da room, spacious verandas, double par
lors, 2 large bedrooms, large ..bathroom
w Ith porcelain tub, etc., dining room, kit
FINE LARGE HOT HOUSE, stalls for
4 hors:s, carnage hoUse, seivants' quarters
GROUNDS nicely planted and com
mand a good view.
1 ELMS and further information at my
oltice, 05 yueen street.
Jas, F. Morgan,
FRED J. CROSS,
electro Hydraulic Power Trnnbmlaslon
KEPORTS AND ESTIMATES
FURNISHED. , . .
With Catton-Noll Co., Queen itreet.
Oltleo next to Pot.aico. 1221
A. Harrison Mill Co.
ESTIMAUS riRMSIIlD ON ALL KISUS OF
Brick and Stone Vork
Manufacturers of Doors, Sashes and
Frames, Blirds, Mouldings, Brackets, and
All Kinds of Wood Work. Finish Turning
KAWAIAHAO ST., KCWALO,
Tel. White 1221. P. O. Box 552.
800 Judd Block... Tele. 688.
Honolulu Iron Works Cc
Improved and modern SUOAR MA
OHINKUY of every capacity and de
scription made to order. Holler work,
und RIVICTCD PIPES Jor lrrigatlo
purposes a specialty. Particular atten
tion paid to JOB WORK, and repairs
executed nt tborteit notlc.
Cons'antly on Hand
Metropolitan Meat Go
Keeps Conatantly on Hand.
MILLER & LUX'S Prime Beef. Mutton
Pork and Veal. The Standard .Meats cf
the Coast. Nothlne better to be had. W
are Sole Agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
FISH Salmon, Halibut, Trout, Sturgeon
Sole, Smelt, Shid, Carp, Rock Cod, Sea
Bass, Craw fish, Crabs, Etc.
POULTRY AND GA VIE Turkeys.Oeese,
Chickens, Quail, Canvas Back, Mallard,
Teal, Sprig, Brant, Belgian Hare, Etc.
svunirptv VU.-ATC Him. 1)1- :,,,
ages, fresh every dav. tongues, Clipped
Deei, nic Also aweei ureaa, urains,
Calves' Liver, Tripe, Calves' Feet and
BUTTLR, Eggs, Cheese, Pickles, Chow
chow, Sauer Kraut. Appl-s, Pears, Grapes
Potatces, Onions, Cabbage. A full supply
of Fruits and Vegetables.
OYSTERS Fancy, large or smal', In
shell or cans.
Hardly a thing that you could wish for
but what Is to be had at our market.
ji f 1 n
Telephone Mdin 219.-
9 1 I
While putting new fixtures in
your bath-room, at least
Design nnd prices on appli
Lewers & Cooke,
STOCK and BOND BROKERS
LI INSURANCE AGENTS
Careful Attention given to
AND MERCHANT STS
DON'T BUY YOUR FURNITURE ON
THE INSTALLMENT PLAN,
BUT CALL AT THE
AND SAVia-ftV'' IT WILL PAY YOU TO
' ' BUY TOR CASH.
New Goods Received by Every Vessel
I.X L. Furniture Store
BEREl ANIA ST., NEAR FORT.
P. O. B0. 535. S. V. LLDIRLR,
a's fciv.w , M..1iw-'Vj.w.:
Ml I sib-