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KVBNINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU,1 H. T,, MONDAY, OCTOBER 21, lMt.
IT PAYS TO BUY FROM
EHLERS k Co.
Recauso you get full, value fo r jour money every time. "Honest
goods at honest prices" Is our motto. If you need any of the .
articles advertised, drop Into our store.
MEN'S IRISH LINEN LAWN HANDKERCHIEFS !
Imported by us direct from Ireland. They are fine quality, hem-
Btltched, and have Initials worked In the corner. Any I
Initial you wish. I
THE PRICE 18 Me EACH or fS.76 PER DOZEN. (
MEN'S PAJAMAS I
t Mado of fine, sgft-flnlsh Madras.
Bplendid finish. $2 per pair. '
with short sleeves, extra quality,
50c each. '
SAMPSON SUSPENDERS FOR BOYS !
Thcso suspenders are In great demand on the Mainland. Thy
"" are so constructed as to keep the boy from getting round
shouldered, and arc very comfortable.
ALL SIZES FROM 4 to 14 YEARS, 50c and 75c. '
B. R. BHLBRS & CO., Fort St. j
Coolness and Comfort in the
Fiercest Heat - of - Summer.
Is a dry mineral powder mixed with water only.
It is being usd successfully all over the Islands.
Estimates given for any iron roofs, from a sugar
mill to a small shed. Satisfaction guaranteed.
For further particulars, come in and see the
CALIFORNIA FEED CO;
ID Ml ADOPTS
THE nan PUN
Hllo, Oct. 18. Last Saturday Judge
Hapal made a ruling In a case npon a
showing and argument made by Attor
ney C. M. Lclllond, wb.ch materially
changes tho practice In the Police
Court. Hereafter criminals will be
confronted by a written caarge duly
sworn to and couched In acflnlte, un
ambiguous terms. Tho case In which
the question arose was that of Onn
tnoto, a Japanese, charged with aasault
and battery. The matter was heard
by Judge Itapal on three different
days. He first denlod ft motion to
dismiss for want of a complaint and
proper arrest. It was then contended
by counsel for the defendant that On
er an arrest Is made without a war
rant, the accused must bo confronted
at his trial by a written charge. Thl
the Court upheld.
The decision of this simple bat Im
portant point makes Hllo'fl Pollen
Court American in tbcory ana In prac
tice. It relegates to tho limbo of
easy-going methods In tbe prosocutlnn
of crime, the rtom of convicting
persons of all shades of rolndomeaoTa
upon the say-so of the pollco officer
who happens to make thn arrest, and
who Is Imbued nlth a professional de
sire to stick his man. The emergence
of ...Is right of nn accused person tn
ho confronted with a chargo over the
sworn signature of his acenser. Is an
other tardy recognition of lndlvldml
rights ui corded ag a matter o. fact Ir
American Inferior courts. Thn rnx,
onablcnc-ss of it Is at mice apparent
when It Is n niehibercil thnt In n
civil suit Involving oven a low flo'lar
a petition Is required declaratory of
the debt. It Is but elmplo .iintlcr thnt
requires at least ns much formalltv In
a rase IriAohlug a flnu and po"xlb'p
service on thu chain game as In n
suit for the recovery upon an 1. O,
Knhcs for the boys. The rough
and ready kind, with keen edges. Also
dainty little two-bladed ones for my
lady's writing disk. Scissors, all
sizes, and of the famous 8tllloto brand.
Tho completcneno of our lines Is a
source of pride.
HILO'S COTILLION CLUB.
Hllo, Oct 18. The social ovont or
this autumn season was the ball giv
en by the Hllo Cotillion cub at Bpreck
cis nail last Saturday evening. Tne
affair was splendidly planned. Tne
arrangements wero brilliantly carried
out and utery person present was oh
UwouK to tbe pausing hour. The lime
for homo-going came and all were
loth to depart. It was clearly the
most successful of the numerous hup
py cients that have come to pass un
iter the auspices of the club. Tbe pa
troncsses were Mrs. 1. Severance.
Mrs. J. A. Scott, Mrs. Cuos. Furneatix
and Mrs. P. I'cck. Tbe decorating
committee did some pretty work In
making the hall attrnctlvo Thu com
mltteo confuted of Messrs. J. C.
Rlilgway, K. I.. Winter, W. i Jones,
who worked under tho direction of
Mrs. tlldgnay. One end of tho hall
was completely bidden behind tho dra
piry of nn immense American flag
Thu niuslt Inns' corner wun tastelulh
attired In lings of Hawaii, Tho musk
nn the lust that bas been given at
any of the Cotillion parties. Great
palm limnetic relieved the wall space
Ditwoen the windows and ono sldo ol
thu hall vmik covered with a decoration
elieme or white drapery ornamented
with shields and rosettes of roses
Upon tables around mo room were
spread the rlcu array of favors, lnclud
ins sucn a iiri oi xancy articles an tn
give the appearance of a holiday fair
Over these tableB presided Mrs.
Haes. Mrs. Winter, Mrs. Auerbach.
Mrs. Ourney and Mrs. Lewis. Trip-tine.
Wall, Nichols Co., Ltd.
-And we or receiving by ov--ery
steamer and sailing ves--ael
abundant and fresh sup--pllea
-As well as tho usual staple
-lines. Our delivery system
-Is perfect and your order,
-whether telephoned or left
-personally, w 1 1 J receive
-prompt and accurato attention.
H. MAY & CO
BOSTON BOCK, FORT ST.
Tela. 22, 24, 92. P. O. box 386.
KINO EDWARD'S BIRTHDAY
The Right Thing
D cu-rywherc thu sources of the
highest attainable happiness, and the
greatest beauty of at. Is that of the
healthy, hearty, robust person.
A Wineglass of
three times a day, at meals, with
perhaps one at bed-time, will gtvo you
that bounding. Joyous health and sweet
sleep that nature Intended ou to en-Joy.
Ilemembur the name h-o-y-a-l
M-A-L-T E-X-T-R-A C T and do not
let yourself bo tempted to try another
claimed "Just as good," but get thu
beBt the kind made from barley, con
taining all the good qualities found In
this nutritious, strengthening, food
FORT AND KINO
Wholesale Importers and Jobber.
European and American Dry Goods
Fort and Queen Sts.
H, Hackfeid & Co., Ltd.
General Commission Agents.
Cor, Fort and Queen Street. Honolulu
Hllo, Oct. 18. The Hrltlshboru res
idents ol Hllo and Hawaii win name
ly obnerve tlui sixtieth blnnday oi
King lMuard VII, Saturday, November
i). Invitations bava been sent ou. ,ior
a dinner at the Hllo Hotel that even
mg. There will be pcoplo prunuiu
num Hamnkua nud Ohio, l'lio Umiu-r
is being cnanged by n rommltiuu con
slating nr Dr. C. a. Stow, lir. J. ,i.
Uraco mid It. L. Auerbach. Tnbro
will lie about thirty covers laid. Uni
HrltUh horn will bo present. Tho Cos
iiiopolitnn character of tno party as
null as the u&lersallty ot King Lil
ward's lealm Is shown by tho tan that
at the table will sit gentlemen Iroui
Ixjndon, from Scotland, Irom Ireland,
from New Zealand, from Nova Scotia
and from Hawaii. They wll be', per
sons all of whom were born snbtects
of thu llrltlsh ..mplre. Some have
tiansferred their allegiance to another
(lag, but all at the festal board will
toast tbe popular British King wlih
feelings of personal loyalty Justlflet.
by that monarch's well-known lov for
hie people. Tribune.
Maria Ilenlto appeared In tho Pollco
Court this forenoon on the charge of
lurceny In the second degree by steal
lug a lot of Jewelry from another worn
an In Kallhl some time during last
May. Tho ease will come up on Wed
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Tho Supremo Court will not resumo
Its sittings until Thursday.
Tho big Chlneso libel caso Is on In
tho t'ollco Court this afternoon.
The Coptic from San Frandsco was
sighted of Walmanalo at 1:30 p. m.
Oco. Halfner, the Jeweler, has re
moved to No. 1H8, Matomc Templo.
Nicely furnished rooms, Popular
ilouso, 1249 Fort St., $1X0 per week up
M. J. llorges publishes under New
Today a notice as to any ..cbts Incur
red In his name.
For thirty days, corns extracted for
twenty-five cent. Dr. Bogle, Arling
ton block, Hotel street, Outside calli
promptly attended to.
Enstmnn kodaks at twenty per cent
below list price at Honolulu Photo
Supply Co. Host printing and detclon
ng work In tho city and at the lowest
Tho coroner's Inquest In tho case of
the Chinese boy kilted near .no City
mill on Saturday last, will not take
place until tomorrow. The body was
viewed Saturday afternoon and then
Iho Jury adjourned to tho time men'
Mr. and Mrs. Zcno K. My era hnvo re
turned to Honolulu after in absence
of ten years. Mr. Myers Is special
agent of tho Norwich Union Insurance
Co. and will remain hero ronie time to
superintend tho company's busluwa In
Dr. Nelson ot tho Alameda was the
guest of Mr. and Mrs. Rothwell on Tan
talus Sunday. Dr. Nelson wns very
much delighted with the place and In
tends doing a little talking to tourists
who come hero from the Mainland. He
says Tantalus can have him.
A bond In $13,000 has been filed on
the appeals of defendants In Thomas
Mltner Harrison vs. J. A. Magoon and
others, the Hagcy cure company case,
with J. A. Magoon as principal and
Fred Wendenberg as surety. Plain
tiff's bill ot costs In the same case U
Barney Joy, whom the morning pa
pers roasted for his work In ono of the
football games Saturday, states that he
did not kick anybody when ho was
down. He says ho kicked his opponent
when standing and because ho punched
him on the sldc'of the face and on his
A surprise party to Trot. W. IJ.
Pharpo was given at the home of th
nonular jottuz musician last ctcnlng
TIitc were forty rioplo present nnd a
most delightful etcnlng was socnt. Thf
n ent nas the birthday of Prof. Sharpe
who has arr'ved at tho thirtieth mile
stone In his life.
On the petition of Francis Keating,
tetters of administration hnve been
grunted to Cecil Brown on tho estnto
of the late William Keating, which
consists of land In Nuunnu valley valu
ed at $2500 nnd $500 In Bishop's bank
Tho bond Is $3000. Petitioner and nls
brother Hobcrt, last -card of In Arizo
na, ure the declared heirs.
There Is mUcH-.lndlgnutlon at the
police station over the recent attackt
on Barney Joy and his alleged un
sportsmanlike playing In the football
game between the Honolulu Atheltlc
Cluli and Hackfeid teams on Saturday
'nst. In other words, thero Is anothei
side to the story. A great uumbcr of
the members of the Honolulu .hletvc
Club who saw Saturday's game, stato
that thero was prutocatlon for Joy'r.
retaliation nnd that he nocr offered to
kick any member of tho Hackfeid tram
wl'l'o bo was down. Tho Honolulu
Athletic Club will adopt scmo line of
nr-t'on in regard to tho aualr at Its nest
INSPECT OR KIW.WAY.
Mr Ktdgway, tho new I tiiii'j ration
limrcctor who comics to assist Jo'.hu.t
11. Brown, was among thn arrivals In
tho Alnmedu Fnturdny. Mr. Hldgwny
will attend to tho Journal work of tho
Immigration odlco and will act for Mr.
Brown when the lutter Is not nolo to b
present at the office. Mr. lti "way Is u
brother of Collector Rldgway of lh
port of Hllo.
Bakersdeld, Cal., Aug. 19, 1001.
O. W. Cunningham, Esq, Pekia. III.
Bear Sir: In nnswer to jours of
the 12th, will say thnt I know person
ally Mr. J. B. Batz and Mr. Frank
Graham, and they are reliable men.
The Occidental Oil Company Is one
of the best In Sunset field.
II. A. fASTKO,
President Board of Supervisors,
Judd & Company, Ltd , ugebts.
That's what the lion bedstend is In
Honolulu. We have a very pretty as
sortment of them at the present time,
the prices of which aro low.
Some aro white enameled with brass
trimmings, making a handsome' pioco
ot furniture Those Iron beds linvo
many advantages oor others which
wo will be pleased to explain to you.
J. HOPP & CO.,
The Leading Furniture Dealers.
THI8 8PACt RE8ERVED FOR
J. D. AVERY,
Reporting and lypewrltlm
floor Elite Bids, Hotel St.
At office 9 to 6:45; Tol. Main 70. '
At house evenings; Tel. Blue 2611.
CLINCH - THE - 8UCCK88
of propcrltv, we positively know that
our new ftylw of FOOTWEAR will
all fv the most fcstrdlous f r the
t nap, M) le, stock and lioe making are
ns good as money can buy anywhere.
DROP IN AND BU CONVINCED.
IVHNERNY SHOE STORE
AGENTS l-Oli HANAN'8 HII0E8.
J. H. FISHER
Stock and Bond Brokers.
FIRE ASSOCIATION, of Philadelphia.
WESTERN ASSURANCE CO, of To
ronto. Offices 8Unoenwald Bldfl., Mf
I chant street.
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE
Honolulu, Oct'ber Jt, fool
SECOND WEEK OF GRAND
Great Success ha attended our BIG 8ALE and
everyone who purchased from us ha been pleas id
with the bargains wo offer. Thl week we have
added many new inducement, and the price will
astonish you. Not being In the high-rent belt we
can sell cheaper than our down-town competitor and
make the same profits.
New Attractions Added !
Hljjurctl tillkollnc, 10 ctn
targe vnrle'y ot patterns in all de
t r.il'le sli.iJts Sure tu pi a-w.
Pcrciile Wrnbpcrs We .ire
o erlng an excellent line of tlice
Wrapper; .lis i vinie in v Ite Uv, n,
at greatly rrJiiceJ price.
Art DcnlntH, IS l-Sc An in
ikuiI low price for arlMkally frgurjd
LnilleH'RwlHH Ribbed VcntH
la l-'Jc Light warm weather
est, with or ulthoit st.es,fi.;o
per don; worth 2.oo.
Clotting Out 8nle tn Stfiiw
cut prices reg.irJIess of cost In orJer
an absolute ciear.ince ol this stock.
Boy'M and Girl' Straw HntHth.it were 75c and joc,all goat or.
Also tadles'Sil lor Straw Hats only - 601'
Shirt WntdtH -We are off erhg
this tve'le greit ml icemtnls in
h lies' shirtwaist , In ord-r to clos;
out nur preent stock. You necJ
tliem buy them w hile cheap.
WjihIi Mntcrluls Every lady
who vlslteJ our store last week wa
surprised at the great (eductions In
Eserv yrd on site Is of th's sea
son's materials, and every puterr. Is
of tile most tasty design.
We Invite epecUI Inspection of
HntM In this department we have
to make the price so tow as to Insure
NME OF STOCK '"J ?j Bil Altai
f . rntfv J&atr IW .,, 4IJ
HS th.DO.Co.l'1. te.'oo 100
L.R.K.rr ft Co,, LtJ .. too o K
Eat Pluiiitlon Co i 000.000 to tj ijV
Hint. t .nr.tMnCn .. I,ooo oo
HtwtllanAtnculhirtlCo i.ono.too 100 t&i y
H .imftSuCo. f,lt.f)4 too.,
HallanSurrCo .... loooooo "
n ., h i(,l Co .... Tto.ao 1 lo ...
Hoflntta.Sittr Co..,.. toso,mc .0 to ,,,,.
Ht'liuSucir Co looooo 100 ., ,. to
Kaluiku Plantation Co,, toooo .... 15
. t.o I tj. .... i.eieoT 90
Klahulu Sugar Co i(o.om tor.... .,,,,
KoioaMJX.fU) (.oo lor,.... IH
If .iiff .r Co. a . VV,oo too., ... , .,,,
MctWja u Co .tJ.aa t ifOtT, . ... IX
" M Pdupl 'CJOOM o
pd Lp I ... .....
0.t)uSu,eaf Co, i.&oo.oni too .tiM
t)Mt -uiratun le,o tj ,,,,.
okala Sugat Plan Co u, ... ,,..
I aa Su Co , LU., ai 1 W. i, ...
Jaa SuLoLU. r J up I Mooo . 1 ....
O ttwalu Coirrany noor. on
Pi.xhau Su. Plan Co iotau v
PaeISc Sujar Mi I Joopo too
Pita Ptantai'oo Co .... TVe too f)j
Hrlto Smrar Co tjojo. too ....
Ponaar MlMCo,. tivoo too.... 90
Plonwr WIIICo. Ae 5oo 100. M
Walatua Af Co , noooo. 100 ,
Walluku Sural Co.... T00.00 too
Walmanalo Sural Co . "itw too XT-
Walro.a Mill Co .. Itfoo. too
tVI dar Stiam.Wp Co foo,ooc too 00
l-lt.ltiands4 mN.Co ioo,oor too . ,. 90
.laallan t'ri tc C11 . ayioo too
Hon. Rapid T ft andC jotn 100 !
Mutual Taltphon Co ,, nq,m. to I
Oahu Rv ft Land Co . 1,000001 too,,,. oijd
PaopL i let ft R Tu Co 1)0,001 too
Flrtl Natloeal Bank m
FlritA.S flankft T.Cn i,
H.waMant y t pr can , ,,
HlloR R (o.opftc.nt oa
H1I0K M.Cu. or"tl mo
Ion. fcapll r,.nlt
Eva Plamal'n p cm
nanutlftUndLo.pl 1. lo.K
Oahu Plan allon p c 01K
O Plantat on 6 p
ttalilua A(tl.ul. 6pc oaV
Sales 10 Onhu. $120.
20C Dotted Dimities reJuceJ to toe
joe Imported Midras ... !2jc
ijc.-iiiJ 20c Imported Cheviots 16'Ac
J5C PlKured Dress Sateens 15c
25c Cotton and Wool Challies iCjic
20. I'ink Dimities, while dots tzlic
203 pieces of striped nnd figured
Liw.isanJ Dimities, instead of 20c,
i6icnnJ isc. all Roat. 10c
Belfast Dimities reduce.! from 2c
and 20c to - 15c
23C English Dimities at t6c
Snte of iMcn'M Honlcry nnd Underwcur targe shipment
just receltel direct from m-iiiuf.ict rrr and will be sold at special pries.
PlnJout unit size lie weirs and et n box lie neeJstliem.
Pacific Import Co., Ltd.
PROGRESS BLOCK, FORT ST.
ML LWIIIWIIjail LJIML.U. J HKWit UJMWJTfl
CLI1NTOIN J. MUTCHIiNS,
m . .A'rC fcSV
L-ClPlNt l Jv.. W
V s H iOt'V Jff
Tj"- ' ,gr
V.ILLAKD . BriOWN,
Halstead & Co:;
on Sugai Securities
407 Fort Street.
Stock and ffind Exchange.
Stock and Bond Broker
Member of Honolulu Stock Exchtnge
Orders lor the purchase or sa'e of tcki
anu ond c irelully and prumrtly cAiCuUd.
Lojiis ncKOllat. d,
Ground Floor, Judd Hulldlnir,
Postoflice Box 300. I elephona 169.
iVIclIVBWIW BLOCK. PORT ST.
3 Let In Kapahulu Tract
Lot In McCully l net.
House and Lot on Beretanla Strt.
3 Cottage and Lota on King Street
near Oovernment Nuratry. ,
Large lot In Puunul tract, Nuuanu
Lot In Manoa valley, 100 yard from
Rapid Tramit Line.
For particular and price apply t
JUDD & COMPANY, LTD.
30T StnnHenwold Building.
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Unclu Bm: "I'oUc lilm tn ttio pacl.otbook, frencliyl Ti.ut'a wlicro lib heart
l," lllumapolla Journal.
BETTER DIVIDENDS THAN
SUGAR 8TOCKS EVER PAIDl
This Is what the
in Kiting us customer whin
they buy anything tn
STATIONERY, SCHOOL SUP
, PLIES AND BLANK BOOK8.
20 cent I'areter'es cut to 10c
2 J cent Papettrles cut to 15c
50 cent Papeteres cut to jsc
socenj Tinted Papelle cut to
More good for let money than
was ever sold In these Islands
816 Fort St.
Blank honks of all sorts, lodgers, rte,
manufactured by the llullella. Publish
and : : : :
COMMENCING MONDAY, OCTOBER 21st
I offer tho liandaotneBt Oooda ever shown, aa follows:
Kmbrolderwl 811k Chiffon
reduced from $4.50 to W.50 a yard
Kmbroldorcd Silk Chiffon
rr-ducd from 9X0 to 630 a yard
4 Much wide Batln Btrlped Bilk Oauzo Puffed Silk Mull
reduced from 1.5J to 1X0 a yard reduced from 3.50 to
Single width Chenlllo Spot Silk Gauzo Itlliliun Chltion
remiceii rrom 1.Z5 to l.oo a yard leduced from 2.50 to
Kinbrolilerid Silk Not Colored Silk Oronauino
reduced from 1.50 to 1.00 a yard reduced from 1,00 to
Whilst I hiiwi had a splendid weok'g shlo of SILKtJ AND SATINS, I In
tend to rontlnuu tho salu at tho reduced prices, having OVER 200 DIFFER
ENT STYLES, PATTERNS and COLORS to offer J ou At
E. W. Jordan
8atln Applinuo '
reduced from 8 50 to
.75 a yard
5X0 a yard
2.50 a yard
2X0 a yard
.75 a yard
NO. 10 STORD.