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KVENINO BULLETIN. HONOLULC. H. T., TUESDAY. OCTOBER 2. 1901.
IT PAYS TO BUY FROM
EHLERS k Co.
.Decauso you get full value fo r your Money every time. "Honest ,
I goods at honest prices"' Is our motto. It 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-
) stitched, and havo Initials worked In the corner. Any
k Initial you wjsti. '
a THE PRICE 18 50c EACH or 45.76 PER DOZEN.
k MEN'S PAJAMA8
Made of fine, soft-finish Madras. I
f , Splendid finish. $2 per pair.
v MEN'8 BALLBRIQQAN
with short sleeves, extra quality, "
t 50c each. t
SAMPSON SUSPENDERS FOR BOYS
These' suspenders are In great demand on the Mainland. They
Are so constructed as to keep the boy from getting round
shouldered, and are very comfortable.
ALL SIZES FROM 4 to 14 YEARS, 50c and 75c.
! B. R. EHLERS & CO., Fort St.
Coolness and Comfort' in the
Fiercest Heat - of Summer.
is a dry mineral powder mixed with water only.
It Is being u$"d 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:
, 60LE AGENTS.
WHAT JAPANESE NURSES .
ONTHE PLAINS ARE DOING
Children Taken to Boarding Houst
Instead of to Shady Lanes
and Paths A
It has been said by tnanj people In
this Asiatic Infested city that Japan-
I esc women make the best nurses lor
their children. Such may bo the fujt
but there are other facts that han
come to light recently that may chano
this opinion somewhat. Japanese wo
men kept within plain view are no
doubt very good nursci) but Jnpancso
women allowed to troll at Will . avu
the Japanese tendency to "lloch" and
flock they will.
Mothers of very young children 'cart
on the Plains would do well to have a
watch kept on their Japanese women
servants when they send iliem forth In
the afternoon to give their babies an
"nlrlng." It has been ascertained thai.
when these women go out In the after
noon, they clo'not "tote" the little tnes
entrusted to their care to the nearnv
shady walks anil lanes that children
enjoy so much, but to a big Japanese
boarding house hack of tho new cot
tnges Vjt Ileretanla street, near I'liknl
Here the Japanese women and men
who have nothing to do. Hook to talk
over their troubles and perhaps dls
cuss the wages they are not fnf
Kond mothers who entrust their
children to the tender care of Japan
ese nurses should be very careful for,
a Japanese boarding house is no fit
place for small children. Japanese men
and women loll around In euBy attitude
and allow the children to stroll about
at will within a high board fence. They
smoke and chat while the darlings of
many a mother's fond heart Invest!
gate what there is to investigate. Two
or three hours of the afternoon are
thus spent by the women who are sup
posed to be quietly walking about on
the streets or plucking the flowers that
do not abound in the near by valleys.
A lady who lives very" close to this
Japanese boarding hnnseh has mad?
the discovery and h'er faurJIxln I
has asked the Bulletin to call thi
attention of tho parents concerned to
the state of affairs as It now eilsts.
LOCAL AND (itNERAL
Knives for the boy. The rough
and ready kind, frith kjeeivedges. Also
dainty little two-blalcKones for my
lady's writing desk. Scissors, alM
Izes. and of the famous Stllleto brand.
'The completeness of our lines Is a
source of pride. """
Wall, Nichols Co., Ltd.
-And we are receiving by ev--ery
steamer and sailing ves--eel
abundant and fresh sup--pllea
Repairs to tho schooner Ada
Hawaiian Lodge moots tonight for
svork In tho third degrco.
Piano taught by experienced teacher.
See Special Noire column on page 8.
Bernard & Co. circus, entire Changs
cf program. co their ad In this Issue.
Nicely furnished rooms, 1'upuiar
louse, 1249 Kort St.. Jl.f.C per week up.
Part of a stem on Bcrctanla street Is
for rent. Sco To Let column on page 8.
W. O. Smith Is booked to sail In
tho Alameda lor Washington, tomor
J. B. Atherlon and wlfo leave by tho
MiTieda lor Han Francisco and tne
'ilieo. H. Davlcs & Co. advertlso
Carey's Magnes.a Flexible Cement
Tho United States (Irand Jury has
adjourned until Thursday morning at
19 o clock.
JudKO Gear Is still hcarlne tho lury
(rial of Kaplolanl r.atnto vs. 1'cck tc
Position as stenographer and type
writer wan.ed by young lady. 8oo
Tho Jiieamer Klnuu sailed this aft
crnoonVhortly afier 2 o clock tor Hilo
and way ports. j
Nlcoiy turn. shed rooms, centrally lo
cated, with all modern Improvement!
to let at El Prcmcro, USD Alakca street
Tho big Chinese, libel caao was com
pleted In tho Polled Court y.steraay
afternoon and argument will lane place
A stojkoh.deis' meeting Is called for
Thutsday by tho secretary of he Ter
ritory MaDlcs Co., I..-. bee notice
under New Today.
A Portuguese! and Japaneso were
arrested this forenoon lor taking sand
from a placo on tho beach below tho
ward premises, known as Ktikuluaoo.
bastuiuu kuuaks at twenty, per' cent
below list price at Honolulu Photo
.Supply Co. Best printing and develop
ing 'work In the city and at the lowest
Oehrlng & Ilutzke vs. W. M. Camp
bell and Minion has been nlsconlln
ued. It waB an appeal Irom Honolulu
Uis.rlct Court, on J.mgment of. XKU.lt.
tor plalntllf. ;
I.eo Tong by his attorney, J. T.
Do Bolt, has withdrawn nis appeal
from judgment in tho Honolulu Dis
trict Court In favor of II. It Hitch
cock for $je.40.
Tho many friends of James 1). Gor
man nro glad to sec M-i about an the
directs again after an Innem of a week
or ho. He was able to gut up for the.
ilrst tlmo on. Saturday last.
Gcorgu Falrchlld, manager of the
plantation at Rcalla, Kiiunl, mid Mrs.
Falrchlld, wul leuve for the Mainland
In the Ala-iuda tomorrow. They In
tend to ba gone lor same little tlmo.
Plaintiff's appeal from Honolulu
. , . ,, ,i .,,. , t, ' uiBirici wourx, in mo caso oi Anionic
tend to protect the Interest, of the , , v Manue, oomos ,lonerlro
regularly licensed saloons. In the city. nag UPen discontinued. It was a Judg-
Deputy Sheriff Chllllngworth has start- ment for 3.nG cos.a of court when
ed out on a crusade against tho Illicit plaintiff was nor. t '.ted in proceedings
The police authorities certainly In-
are everywhere. 'the sources of tho
highest attainable happiness, ami the
greatest beauty of al. Is that of the
healthy, hearty, robuBt person.
A Wineglass of
threo times a day, at meals, with
perhaps one at bed-time, will give you
that bounding, joyous health and sweet
sleep that nature Intended you to en
joy, Hemember the name R-O-Y-A-L
M-A-L-T E.X-T,R.A C T and do not
let yourself be tempted to try another
, . , claimed "Just as good." but get the
-A well as the usual staple best the kind made from barley, con
taining all the good qualities round In
this nutritious, strengthening, food-
FORT AND KINO
MePhiliips & Co.
Wholesale Importers and Jobbers.
European and American Dry Goods.
Fort and Queen Sts.
-lines.. Our delivory system
-Is perfect and your order,
-whether "telephoned or left
-personally, will receive
-prompt and accurate attention.
H. MAY & CO
B08TON BOCK;' FORT 8T.
Tela. 22, 24, 92. P. O. box 38.
The Right Thing
sellers of. liquor in and about the" dis
reputable parts of tbe city that gives
promise of immediate success. Last
nlgbt, he and a number of officers
started out on a trip about tbe city and
succeeded In making eight arrests of
men charged with selling liquor with
out a license. Four of the number arc
Portuguese,' two Spaniards, one native
and one Dutch. All the defendants ap
peared In the Police Court this fore
noon. Their cases have heen continued
to later dates. ,
Deputy Sheriff Chllllngworth had &
narrow escape from it Spaniard's knife
while raiding one of the piuces refer
red to latt night. One of tno men in
the Spanish boarding hotiso In what
used to be Chaplain lane, made a lungo
nt lilm as lie was nbouto-urrest him.
Chllllngworth used his knowledge cf
boxing to good advantage and. In place
of Btrlklng him In the breaBt with the
knife, tho Spaniard burled t-o weapon
in the door, cutting the llttlo fingej ..
his right hand very badly. Then there
were two quick blowB one when
Chllllngworth caught the Spaniard un
der tbe chin with an upper cut and we
second when the Spaniard struck ti.e
At this point, the officers "were oblig
ed to beat a hasty retreat wiih their
captive for the partition was suddenly
broken down, and a perfect nest of
Spaniards swarmed In to the rescue.
The man who attempted to knife
Chllllngworth was once before arrest'
cd'by that vigilant officer.
NO AMERICAN CARDINALS.
New York, Oct. 12. A cable tT
tbe Tribune, from Rome says: He
cently spedul efforts wore mode In
nave, Archbishop Ireland of St. Paul
created a raidinal. Immediately In
fluences adverse to Archbishop Ire
land started a moerneiit In favo- of
Archbishop Elder of Cincinnati. Ilu
ports from the United Stiatew indicate
t hn t dec-lslrp notion birPopo I.eo N
peeled at the consistory to bo held Jn
Home, October Hth.
At the Vatican today y(mr rorrr
(.pointful was informed that tho nnvt
ronxlslory will be held about Christ
mns and that It Ik not probable any
now cardinals will be appointed then
ruithormore, It was stated with great
Sosltiveness that while Cardinal Gib
ons lives there will bo no other
American Cardinal, at least so lony
as Leo XIII Is Pope.
Tbnt'B wbat the Iron bedstead Is In
Honolulu. We have a very pretty as
sortment of thorn at tbe present time,
the prices of which aro low.
Some are white enameled with brass
trimmings, making aJiandBomo piece
of furniture. These Iron beds have
many advantages over otberB which
we will be pleased to explain to you.
J. HOPP & CO.,
The Leading Furniture Dealers.
H. HackfeiM Co., Ltd.
Qeieral Commission Agents.
Cor. Fort and Queen Streets, Honolulu.
THI8 SPACt 'RESERVED FOR
J. D. AVERY,
Gentral Reporting and lypewritlng.
Second floor Elite Bide- Hotel St.
At office 9 to 5:45; Tel. Mam 76.
At bouse evenings; Tel. Blue 2611.
A meeting of the Ministerial Union
was held in the parlors of Central
Union (hurch yesterday. Rev.. John
P. Krdman presided and J. W. Wal
dron ncted In the capacity of secretary.
Rev. W. II. Hlce read n paper on tho
life and work of the Rev, Charles G.
Finney, piesldent of Oberlln College,
who was one of the greatest American
ewingollHts unit with Whom.Mr. Rico
had a long personal acquaintance. Rev,
fl. I.. Pearson briefly outlined the work
of the Methodist conference In San
Kiunclsii), which he attended. Nothing
of Importance was done at the meeting.
to oust a tenant irom land.
Seven Portuguese hoodlums have
been arrested on the chargo of assault
and battery on a Japanese, Hayashl jy
name, and nis wife. It Is alleged that
they threw stones at the Asiatics. The
cases will come up In the Pollco Court
All members of .the Hawaii Yacnt
Club are requested to send word or
notify commodore ilobron whether or
not they will attend tho luau to be
held at Puuloa on Saturday evening
Provision .will bo made, for'only those
signifying their Intention to bo pros
cnt, up to Thursday evening.
'1 lie new bond of F. it. rttuckabe.
Collector of Customs, was executed In
tho office of the clerk of the Unlteu
States District Court tills morning. It
s for J.iJ.UOt) instead Oi J10U.U0U lk
originally, the President having de
cided thut tho amount was excessive.
In the Police Court this forenoon,
Knklno, a native, was sentenced ta
ten duys' imprisonment at hard lahol
on thcTchurge of assault and battery on
his wife. It was brought out durln,;
the trial that the fellow had no. done
a Mtroke of work for four months and
that he had been supported by his wife
and relatives. tJ
there were sixty-nine cases on the
Police Court calendar this morning and
the attendance' at the regular session
was the largest seen in many miyi. An
attorney who practiced In Chicago at
one time, made tho remark that no
never saw as largo an attendance at a
session of a court of tho Kind In .ie
Moanaltia, thesllly native boy who
has been In the'eustody of tho police
far some time past, huu heen commit
ted tu the Insane nsylun by Judge Wl!'
cox. Dr. Kmerson mnde a complete
examination and states in h.s evidenco
thut the buy Is absolutely without any
Idea of right and wrong, la unable tu
take care at hlmseii nnd U it menace to
Tho cas of- Dr, II. K. WIns'ow,
rliurged with ussault and batteiy on
All Kawal Amu at walahole, Koolau
(Mu lulnnil. rnmn mi fnr trtnl In ".
Police Court today. Attorney Andrade
stated that hla associate, l.nrp.1 ml
diews, had found It irapoiislblo to at
tend on account of work In, the Circuit
Court. As he was to try tho ense, he
would ask that there he a continuance
until Friday. Tnl request was grunt
ed. All tho cases In the Police Court th s
forenoon which have been awaiting a
report from the Grand Jury, were con
tinued until Friday. Tho Grand Jury
has notified tho High She'll! that Its
report on the cases will be made on
Thursday. This action la undoubtedly
the outcome of a remark made in the
Police Court yesterday by Judge Wil
cox that he would not hear nnv com
mital cases until the Grand Jury should
be heard from.
The Louisville Courier-Journal says
a New-Jersey, minister elaJuis to bn
able to cast the devil out of women.
Unless he wlBhes to maso the world
a very uninteresting place, be will re
frain from exercising bis power.
The precious woods and rubber trees
of our, new possessors in the Orient
mo of 'incalculable value, says an ex-
rort Just back from Manila. Not roue'i
Ih known about tropical trees sclentifl
cully. In u general way all woods of a
cortuln rolor or texture rass as ma
hogany or teak or some other well
'mown wood. There are single trees In
tbiKlsIandB which arc worth $10,000
and all vav'ctles of blgh grade woods
CLINCH - TIIH - 8UCCE88
of properltv, we positively know that
our new styles of FOOTWEAR will
sotl-fy the most fcstcdlous f r the
snap, style, stock and hoc maklng'are
as good as money can buy anywhere.
DROP IN AND BE CONVINCBD.
MINERNY SHOE STORE
AGENTS FOR IIANAN'8 8IIOE8.
J. H. FISHER
Stock and Bond Urokers.
' AGENTS FOR
''IRE ASSOCIATION, of Philadelphia.
WESTERN ASSURANCE CO, of To
ronto. ttnmm AI.Hfl.nui.M Sliln Sf.
SECOND WEEK OF GRAND
Great Success has attended our BIG SALE and
everyone who purchased from us has been pleased
with the bargains wo offer. This week we have t
added many new Inducements! and tne prices will t
astonish you. Not Lelng In the high-rent, belt we
can sell cheaper than our down-town competitors and
make the same profits.
New Attractions Added !
Figured Sllkollnc, 10 ct
Lirge varie'y o' pattern In all de-
rable shades Sure to pi .isr.
Percale WrnpperH We are
o cring an exejlltnt line of these
Wrappers; .ils some In w Ite lawn,
at greatly reduced price.
Art Dcnlnm, lit I -2c An tin
usual low nrlce for artistically figured
Lndlcn' RvvIhr Ribbed Vents
IS l-ac Light warm Wiather
vest-, with or wi(ho..t staves, $t.,o
per docn; w orth 2:co.
Shirt WnlHtB-We are off jrl 'g
this week gfe.t inj cements In
l.idlrs' Shirtwaist , In orJer to close
out nur present stock. You need
them buy them while cheap.
Wnsh MpterlnlM Kverv lady
who vlsliej our store last week wn
surprlsrj at tlie great leductloiis in
Every yjrd on sale Is of th's'sca
son's materials, and evecy pattern Is
oi tne most lis y uesign
We Invite especljl Inspection of
Closing Out 8nle In 8trnw Hats In this department. wc have
cut prices regarJIess of cost In order to make the price so low as to Insure
an absolute clenrame ol this stock. ,
Boy's and Girls' Straw Hats that were 75c and 50c. all goat OCn
Also Ladles' Sailor Straw Hats, only -. ...
20c Dotted Dimities reJuced to 10c
20c Imported Madras .. 7'Ac
25c. 'in d 20c Imported Cheviots iGJjC
25c PlEured Dress Sateens .... 15c
25c Cotton and Wool Challles l6"Jc
20. Pink Dimities, white dots ?Ac
203 pieces of striped nnd figured
Law is ant Dlmltiei. InsteaJ of 2ac,
ifiHcanl ifc, all goat. 10c
Belfast Dlmltiei reJuceJ from 25c
and 20c to t;c
2ac English Dimities at i6;c
Sole of Men's Hosiery nnd Underwear Large shipment
just receive I direct from manufacturer and will be sol J at special pries.
Hind out what size he weirs and wet a box he neeJs them.
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE
Honolulu. Oct ber 22, loci
NME OF STOCK
f. Rrr A Cftmeinv .
L.H. Kn fc Co., Ltd..
Honotnu Sugir Co .
ncnoki buztr io
Hi'ku SuKr Co ..j.
ktrtuKu Plantation Co.
Klkahutu Suxar Co.
Koioa Autar 1.0
K ina Suirar Co.. at....
NiMku Sog Co. LU ai
' Oil UD
0nu Suear Co .
r ukaU Sugar Plan. O.
iaa aa. t.u , lij.. as
Jlaa Su Co LU. dJ uo I
Paauhau Su. Plan. Co
Pacific Suaf Mtl
Pala Plantation Co....
rtprckeo ui:ar (.0 u.
l'lon-f a III Co. AtMf
Waialua Aicr. Co.,
Wallultu Sugar Co ... .
Walmca Mill Co . ...
.raatlan t'Kt.icCo .
Mutual lalcphon Co ..
Ptopla'a let R'I'k C
Flrit National Bank
FlntA.S Bank r.C
HtwaMant. v I par can
Hllo K R to. 6 rtrc n
11.10 k ".u. ofvrtcfi
In. -apll li.nsll ,
E 'a Plantat'n A i rn
Oau P h Land Co. or
OiM Planallnn tpc
t.laa Planiat on 6 rt c.
wauiua Ajri.ul. 6pc
Cipt-al x 01M
Mlv j? Bl4
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teoi.oa ar tc
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Pacific Import Co., Ltd.
PROGRESSLOOK, FORT ST.
d-llNTOIN J. MUTCH11NS,
V.ILLAH1) B. BROW.N,
Halstead & Co.,
' Money Advanced
on Sugai Securities
407 Fort Street.
Stockand B ma Exchange-
M af .'tffP'v tf "!&
'fcr fr-T v Jf
Stock and Bond Eroke?"
Mimber of Bonoluk S'.ock EichiDgi
OrJers lor the purcrase or sa'e cf stocks '
anctt'ond carefully and promptly executsd.
Ground Floor, Judd Bulldlnf.
Poitoffice Box 300. I elcphoM t6V
MclNeRNV BLOCK. RORy ST.
3 Lots In Kspshulu Track
Lot In McCully 'I raet
House and Lot on Btratanla Straat.
3 Cottages and Lota on King Straat
near Government Nuraery.
Large lot in Puunui tract, Nuuany
Lot in Manoa valley, 100 yarda from
Rapid Transit Line.
For particulars and prlcea apply ta
JUDD & COMPANY, LTD. s
SOT Btiingcnwald Building.
BETTER DIVIDENDS THAN
SUGAR STOCKS EVER PAID)
This Is what the
Is giving us customers when
they buy anything In
STATIONERY, 8CHOOL SUP
PLIES AND BLANK BOOK8.
2oc-nt Pareteres cut to 10c
,25 cert Parett'rles cut to 15c
So cent Papeteres cut to jjc
SOiei t Tinted Pa(.e.les cut to
More goods for less money than
was ever sold In these Islands
316 Fort St.
and : : : :
COMMENCING MONDAY, OCTOBER 21st
I offer the Handsomest floods etof shnun. h rnltnam.
Embroidered 311k Chiffon B1..1 Crepe "
reduced from liO to 13.50 a yard j reduced from 10 to
Embroidered Silk Chiffon Satin Applique
reduced from 9.00 to 0 50 a yard reduced from S SO to
44-Inch yldo Satin Striped Silk (lauio I'uffed Silk Mull
reduced frora 1.5J to 10 a yard reduced from 3.50 to
Blnclo width Chenille Bpot SilK Oaiuo lllhbon Chllfon
rt.-11111.uu inim lua 10 1.0Q a yard reduced from 2.50 to
Embroidered Silk Net Colored 811k aronnunio
reduced from 1.50 to 1.00 a vard reduced from ieo t
.75 a yart
50 a yart
2.50 a yard
2X0 a yard
Blank books of all sorts, ledgers, etc
...f,ctured by the Bullella Publish-UfC
1.00 a yard reilucd from 1.C0 to .75 a vard
Whilst I have had a splondld wook's salo of 8tLKt) AND SATINS, I In
tend to continue tho salo nt tho reduced prices, having OVER 200 DIFFER
ENT ST. LES, PATTERN8 and COLORS to offer you. At
E. W. Jordan
NO. 10 STORK.
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