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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU. If. T THURSDAY, OCT. 24, 1901.
E Men's Irish Linen Lawn
Finest qnnllly, hcm-ft Itched, Initial worked In A
H the corner, Imported illrrtt from Ireland. J
5oc each or $5 25 per dozen, Q
L' Men's Fine Pajamas
Made of n ery fine, soft-flnlili Madras. Uxitd- Q
lent goudn, well made,
w $2.01) per suit.
E Men's Balbriggan Undershirts
with short leeef. The quality is better than
you'tc lie'en nrcustomr-d to pay more for. Our w
R price In 9
S Sampson Suspenders for Boys
are constructed no that a' boy wvarlne; them tan- a
not become round-shouldered, They are cry
eomfortnhle, loo. All sizes from 4 to 14 jean. 9
Sflc nnl 75c per pair. J
J B. R. EHLERS Sr. 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 succes.sfu.lly all over the Islands.
Estimates given for any iron roofs, from n sugar
mill to a small shed. Satisfaction guaranteed.
For further particulars, come in and see the
CALIFORNIA FEEJ) CO;
Wall, Nichols Co., Ltd.
Hawaiian Pineapples before being
panned arc ripened on the plants, In
order that the delicious flavor peculiar
to them alone, may be preserved. We
bavo these pineapples In tins at 25e
per tin. Two kinds;
.Suitable for Shcructs, etc..
Ready to bo Hircd as a fruit, etc.
THEY ARE DELICIOUS.
H. MAY & CO.
BOSTON BOCK, FORT ST.
Tell. 22. 24, 92.
P. O. box 386.
We make ilaitshoru Window
Shades in all sUhh. and any color of
The are the pitttlt-M and best-
wearing Shades to bo found an where
Indies iLMulrn man i'Iiiiiikoh of
rlullilug; thuro is a demand for spucu
In which to put things away, A Chif
fonier Is necessary In eery home,
and wu have u stock of them Unit will
put u finish to the uppeiiiHiiyo of jour
llcsldes the hnndhome
which we advertised last weel, wo
bavo a beautiful stock of
of tbe very prettiest designs, mid at
very low prices.
J. HOPP & CO.,
The Leading Furniture Dealer.
KnUes for tbe boys. The roimli
and ready kind, wltb keen eilKes, Also
dainty littl two-hlade.4 ones for my
lady's writing WV-, Seizors, all
lies, and of the lamoii Stllleto binnd.
The eomiletenes of oir lines Is a
source of pride.
are over) where the souriea or tin
highest attainable hupplnehs, and tlie
greatest beauty of al Is that of the
healthy, hearty robust pen-on.
A Wineglass of
three times a day, at meals, with
perhaps one at bed-tliue. will cue sou
that bounding, joyous health unu" sweet
sleep that nature Intended ou to en
Joy. lleniemlier the name R-O-Y-A-L
M-A-L-T E-X-T-R-A C T ami do not
let vourseir be tempted to try another
f."1.!. !, ib.?f.JV.'i,r .. "I
talulng all tbe good qualities found In
this nutritious, strengthening, food
I-'OKT AISD KINO
M. Phillips & Co.
Wholesale Importers and Jobbers.
European and American Dry Goods.
Fort and Queen 8ts.
General Commission Agents.
Cor. Fort and Queen Streets, Honolulu.
THI8 SPACt RESERVED Fdn
J. D. AVERY,
General Reporting and lypewritlne.
Second floor Klite llldg.. Hotel SI.
At office 9 to 5MD: Tel. Main 76.
At bouse eveulcffs; Tel. Dlue 2611.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
The Mlknhala sails at C o'clock for
Hing up Main 361 for the Territorial
Hear-Admlral Caey and staff ars
guests at the Hawaiian hotel.
See Ja, V. Morgan's coll mn rn p!,
S for a sale of clothing and shoes,
Large hall in Wawly block, suttahto
for lodges for rent rfpe specified ads.
Deputy Sheriff Wright of Walmea,
Kauai, a brother of tho Treasurer, Is
In the city.
The Improvement now being mad
in the Officers' Club at tho bungalow,
will give the place a totally new ap
pearance, There will be an auction, sale ol
Billable residence Mtes on Willln
street. See .las P Morgan'B ad on
page 8, last columa,
What's worth doing Is worth doing
well. Take jour printing and develop
ing to the Honolulu Photo Supply Co
Dest work at lowest prices,
If matters ean h so arranged as to
have Judge Illckey sit In tho DIstrlit
Court Judge Wilcox will Miry proli
nbt go off on a vacation soon.
A leoeptlon will be tendered Hev, K.
8. Muchley imod wife at the Christian
church tonight All friends of tint
uliurch and congregation aro Invited.
Madame II' lie Cole, the famous con
tralto finger and Itlumund I'echotsch,
the voung violinist, were passengers
for San Knimlstu in tbe Alameda jet-
J. Mtiulz and Charles Ott, a l'ortii
Mits" and u Dutchman, were each lined
flW and tints In the Police Court thl
forenoon on the charge of selling liquor
v Ithniit n license
Vlggo Jdcohsen executeil in his mas
terlj Mle the engro-iHlnK of tho Su
preme Court i'ebolutlonb of coudolenie
that were forardd to Mm, McKlnlcy
lij n rei-ent mall.
II. U. Wright of the Public Works
il'iurltnent will have the drapery ol
mourning for President McKlnley re
moved by tomorrow morning under
orders from Governor Dole.
In the Police Court today, thre
inoie Porto Hlcani It. Sotu, Jose Mi
randa and P. Morales were each sen
ttneed to two months' Imprlsnument at
hard lnlior on the charge of viigrancy.
There i-eenih to btf no doubt that
Si eclnl Oflli'T (leorge 8'n will be the
next bailiff of the Supreme Court. Ills
I ii tltlon has lici n gennrully signed b
the nttonii'.Mi of the city Mr. Sen Is
einlii) ntly lltteil for the position.
Kdgar Williams, the negro who shot
Sing Kan, a Chlny-m laundryman. In
the arm yesterday, appeared In the
Police Court this forenoon on the
cIiuil'c of n-iault and battery. Ills
(use wax lUlitinued until tomorrow.
i A ClilnniiiHii wus taken to the bos
! pit nl at the tiiHin-hour today. He fell
'.ill. ..r ...... I n . ,. .... ..n U..1.....1
-it, i ii ur .,, ,niu vu .7.11111,1
stiett, mar tho Walknlmliilii bridge,
while engaged in euttltig uwiiy some
of the branch.!-. It it believed that
tbe Mior fellow U very dangerously in
The clerks at 'he police itatlon have
In en ver.v busy since -arly this morn
ing making out complaints and at
tending to numerous other matters in
(onneitlon with poplo culling In to
transact business. Todny'H work .so
fat has b.-t n the hardest experienced
In innii) davs.
1 It Is said that the Police Court nver
I at-es about l-'OO a day or something
like $4u,ino a year In fines and costs.
i ins is uuiiikhi io u u iuw esiiiiinii'
hut. In the minds of many people, it Is
'iillldeiit to warrant better Interpretn-
i Hon facilities In the Police Court.
I The ipu-ttlou of a successor to llep
lexeillntlve Kwallko of Hilo, lluwali,
will be the main topic of discussion
lilt the meitlng of the executive com-
Imlttee ut tlin Homo Hulo party this
evening The Homo HiilerH mean to
put up a muu fully competent to fullfll
I the duties of a Itglelator. They mil-
I lie that IIIIo Is one of tho most llu-
1 purtnnt districts of the Territory and
I will act accordingly.
In the Police Court lils morning.
Judge Wilcox, while spiking on Illicit
I tellers of liquor, made the remark that,
when his opinion on the granting ot
liquor licensee was asked far by th
, (ovei nment, he. replied: "Give every
, man a license w ho can pay for It." He
stall-it further that he could see no
reason why one man should be given
Ilct dm and the next out refused IL
1 line will b a meeting of the Hono
lulu liar As-oclatlon In the offlcis ot
Alexainler Ar Itilrtwin. Hc,-mirl floor nf
,,0 st.,ngenald building, at 8 o'clock
this evening, -n, committee whose
I ',1a,"u "' ' presentation ol
in.- ii-nuiiiiiuiin iu me j'resiiieni., re
questing the nmovnl of Judgo Humph
res, will piesent Its report.
"Ilou ilit n know diit 1 iluu stole
ii viittnliinlljuii Mistuh Hrnvvii?"
iliieiiiil Inch Bph, liirioccntly. "He
cause I found wheiu vou bud left the
llmls ri'pllt-d Mr. Ilmwn. "Lor" blis
inie' ir shoiel) didn't expec' mo tub
nit ileni too, did yo' MiKtnli Hrown?"'
I - Coliimlius I Ohloj Statu Journal.
John Uull, "Ut
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Furnished rooms to lei at 1050 tilth,
The steamer Kuullant may arrive
from IIIIo today.
See Hopp's no ad toda; ot Interest
to all houi-ekeepers.
Nicely furnished rooms, Popular
House, 1249 Fort St.. $1.00 per week up.
I'uriilture of four room cottage to
let with privilege of renting the hous.
See specified ads.
The weekly edition of the Evening
Dullctln gives a complete summary of
the news ot the day.
The fine of tho ship Marlon Chili ott
was paid tinder protest and the vessel
cleared from IIIIo In the regular way.
David Lawrence & Co., Ltd., are now
having their first annual clearance sale
and nro selling good cigars for little
H. A. Mott-Smlth's boat the Olo will
be put In the water tomorrow. She
lias had n thorough overhauling and
Is In fine trim.
Killers & Co.'s nd at top of page fi
Is of special Interest to men. How
would vou like u suit of fine soft finish
Madras piijnmns for (2?
The hark Albert will sail this lift
ternoon for San Francisco with 700
tons of sugar, ". tons of coffee, u0 tons
nf salt and T0 tons of empty barrels.
Attorncv General Dole's wihom
buck to the Hoard of Health Included
,i beart-shapeil lei of white i.irnntlo'ia
tltd with riiibon to tho buck of Ml
Kastman kodaks nt twenty per cent
below list price at Honolulu Photo
Supply Co. Hest printing nnd develop
tng work in the city and at the lowest
The (Jueen street entrance to (Irln
baum & Co. Is closed while repairs me
being made to the Interior of the store.
The prisent tntranie Is on Knahumanu
A slxtfeu ton roller being loaded up-
one one of llustace h Co.'s dru.vs at the
railroad wharf yesterday fell and
smashed the body of the drn very
Don't forget Cnmarluos ot the Cali
fornia Fruit Market when vou want
fruit and vegetables. Ho alwave has
on hand a fresh supply ot both Califor
nia and Island fruits. Telephone Main
Judge (liar has ordered the sale ul
the Orphtum under foreclosure on Sat
urday November Hi. An effort Is be
ing made in the miantlme to save the
propert) b making ciiuneitlous with
tbe Sun Pram Isco Orpheiim,
The Territorial Grand Jlirv iistcr-
dii) afternoon presented n true bill of
Indlitmint agiilnst Albert Grelck for
Ian en in the second degree. He is
charged with the theft of three kegjj
ol bier from the Honolulu brewery,'
where he Is employed.
Miss Crelghton. sister of Attorney
Charles Crelghton of this city, Is the
proua postbtur "I a piece, or one ol i
the ribbons tied uronnd the neck nf.
the champagne bottle that was used to
ihrlaten the battleship Wisconsin
Those who remember the event will,
recall the. fait that Wisconsin people
were offering as high as $30 for bits of ,
the ribbon hardly large enough u,
make the inlor distinguishable.
A. Grelck, the assistant brewer at'
the Honolulu Hrcwerv Co., appealed In
the Polite Court thin forenoon on thu
charge of Inn en) In the second de
gree. Deputy Sheriff Chllllugworth ex
plained that the difendiint had iilreudv .
Ik en Indicted by tbe Oram! Jury. On
this showing, the iuxc wus nolle prosd
und Grelck went back Into the tustodr
nf the High Sheriff. Kilter he went
nut with his attorney, P. M. Ilrooks.
NEW 80CHL OltGAMZATION. I
'Die California Club. Ltd.. Is tbr
name of a new soilal organization inr
vhlih articles of Incorporation vverel
csked from Treasurer Wright yesltr
The purposes of the new association,
as outlined In the charter, are "for
mutual intercourse nnd good fellow
ship, and to provide soclul. literary and
athletic umusiments for tbe entertain.
Uicnt of Its members nnd guists."
The Incorporators are C. Hi Drown,
president; W. J, England, treasurer
W, A. Hardy, secretary! II. Klenniw
and Churles Marsh.
The capital stock of the club is $2500,
divided In shares of $10 each, earh of
the five incoiporators holding fifty
shurcs. The life of the corporation U '
limited to fifty years, and the iHpllul:
may be lucreaseil to $10,000.
liukcrsfleld, Cal Aug. 17, Urn I.
Tribune Printing Co.. Pokln, III.
Gentlemen: Coni'ernlng the Occi
dental Oil Company. It is situated in
the Sunset District and Is In all re
speits a reliable inmpany.
The El Key Is a suh company nf
ine ucciui'iitai. ineir liniiiings are
In pioven territory and the, compauv
Is O. K. Very tiulv vours.
Proprietor Dally Callfornlan.
JUDD v4 COMPANY, LTD., Agents.
ON THE ROCK.
now, Tommyl" Cleveland Plain Dealsr.
DROP IN AND Hli CONVINCHD.
IflNERNY SHOE STORE
AOENTH NOR IIANAN'8 8IIOII8.
SECOND WEEK OF GRAND
Great Success has attended our DIG SALE and
everyone who purchased from us has been pleased
with the bargains we offer. This week we have
added many new inducements, and the prices will
astonish you. Not being In the high-rent belt we
can sell cheaper than our down-town competitors and
make the same profits.
New Attractions Added !
Figured Sllknllnc, IO ctH
I..irge vnrlttv of f ittcrns In .ill dr
tlrablc shades. Sure to plc.ie.
PcpciiIc Wriippci-H We arc
uttering an excellent line of tlioe
Wr.ipprrs; alo suint in u nitc hv n,
nt jjtcatlv reduced prices.
Apt DcnlmK, Vi l-2c An un
usual low price for artistically ligurrd
LiuIIch' 8wIhh Ribbed Vc'HtH
12 l-2c -Light warm wc.ithrr
vests, with or without Mave, 51.40
per dozens wortli 5:oo.
Cloning Out 8olc In Hti'nw
cut prices regardless of cost in order
an absolute clearance ol this stok.
Boy'H and GIpIh' 8truw HntH
AIo Ladles' Sailor Straw Hats, only
2oc iJotted Dimities reduceJ to toe
20C Imported Madras iz'tc
25c and xc Importtd Chev lots 6'K
25c Figured Dress Sateens 15c
25c Cotlou and Wwl Challles t6',c
20c Pinl: Dimltlc, white dots wtJ(.
8nlc of Mcn'ti Hosiery und Undcrvvcop- I-irge shipment
jusl received direct from manufacturers and will be sold at special price,
l-'indout what sle he wears nnd cita bo he needs them.
Pacific Import Co., Ltd.
PROGRESS BLOCK, FORT ST.
CLINTON J. HUTCMIINS,
MclNERNY BLOCK. PORT ST.
BETTER DIVIDENDS THAN
SUGAR STOCKS EVER PAIDi
This Ih what tho
Is kIvIdr its tUBtonjiTB when
they buy anything In
STATIONERY, 8CH00L SUP
PLIES AND BLANK BOOKS.
20 cent Papeterles cut to 10c
25 cent Papeterles cut to i;c
50 cent Papeterles cut to 35c
50 cent Tinted Papetles cut to
More goods for less money than
was ever sold in these Islands
316 Fort St.
Dlank books of all sorts, ledgers, etc
manufactured by tho Bullet II Publish.
CLINCH - THE - 8UCCII88
of prefperity, we posltlv fly know that
our new Myles of FOOTWEAH will
satisfy tlie mo-'t feiteJIous frr the
ouap, style, stock and ;hoe making arc
m KoJ a mone caq buy anywhere.
8hlrt Wnlstrt We . ire offering
thl week gre.it inducement In
l.ijlcs' Shrrtwaist. In order to iloe
nut our prr-ent stock. You need
them buy them while cheap.
WiihIi Mntcplal -Every InJv
who visited our store I ist week wa
surprised at the great rejiictlom In
Every jsrd on sule I of thl sea
son's iinlcrlaN, ,inJ every pat)cni Is
nf the most bisty design.
We Invite especial Inspection of
HotH In this dvp.irtmeiit we have
tu make the price so low as to inurc
that were 7ji uiJ ;oc, all go at
200 pieces of striped nnd tiRiired
Lawns and Dlmltle, instead ot 20,
l6Sc and tu.all ro at- lev
llelfat Dimities reduced from 25c
ind ice tt - 1 5c
20c English Dimities at i6'ic
COMMENCING MONDAY, OCTOBER 21st
I nfftr tht tlauilbimct floods -
Krnbroldi rnd Silk Chiffon
ruliWHil from H.50 to 3.50,a yard
Hiutiroldf n ii Silk Chiffon
mini Hi from 9.00 to 6.50 a yard
IMncli wlili. Sutlu Strlned Silk (laiirn
n iIiicmI from 1.50 to 1.00 a yard rviluivil from 3.50 to 2.50 a yar
HluKl' width Clifnlllii Spot Silk (Imic llllilion Ohlh'on
ri'ilim-il fiom 1.25 to 1.00 a yard ri-iliiri-il fiom 2.50 to 2J00 a yarc
Kmbroldi r.'il Silk Net Culnrvil Silk (lri'imaiim
rriluieil frmii 1,50 to 1.00 a yard red in-vd from 1.00 to .75 a yarti
hllt I han huit u tiplendiil wi-nl' kiiIo of SILKS AND SATINS, I lu
tund to lontlniio tho sale nt the roilULi-d prlcrs, hiixlni; OVER 200 DIFFER
ENT STYLES, PATTERNS and COLORS to nffi-r im. At
MO. 10 HTORH.
J. H. FISHER
Stock and Bold Brokers.
FIRE ASSOCIATION, of Philadelphia.
WESTERN ASSURANCECO., of To
ronto. Offices Stangenwald Bfdg., Mor
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE
Honolulu. October 24, foxr
NAME OF STOCK 4 Jfj'jJ ?' Bl
Ewa Plantation G ....
Ham oa I'lantatfonCo
Hawaiian Agricultural Co
Hawaiian Com & Su Co,
Hawaiian Sugar Co ...
Honotnu burir Co . .
Haiku Sugar Co ..... .
Kahuku Plantation Co, '
Klhel Plant Co .LU,. .
Klanulu Sugar Co.,
Koloa Sutar Co ....
tCnnt Surar Co..
' rl lb
0hu Sjgar Co ,
O-iomaa Sugar Co
fokala Swir Plan Co
l. Jo 0001
!aa u. Co . Ul . at I
aa Su Co Ltd. pi up
Olowalu Company ,
Pi a una u Su. Plan. Co
Pacific Sugar Mil! .
Pala Plartatlwn Co ..
Pereek Sugar Co ..
Plonf Mill Co .
Plot ear Mill Co M '
Walalua Agr. Co .
Walmanalo Sugar Co
Wl dr Steamihlp Co i
Mir-lkJaniSif 101 N.Cot
.Urallan DectrlcCo .
Hon. RapU T.& LandCo
Mutual Ttltphon Co ..
Oahu Ry 4 Land Co. I
Ptopla'a Ice R'l g Co,
Flrt National Bank .. I
First A. S Bank&T.Co ,
Hawaiian G'r jptrctnt ,
Hllo U H r.6pwctnt ,
HiloP. R.Cn.oprrcent ,
Ion. Napll Transit..... ,
Ewa Pi ant j t n 6 rf rami
) 00,000, tOOi..
f ,000,000, 100.
Oahu R A Land Co. pre
ianu nanTauon ope
vvaiaiua ngncui. op c
V.ILLAHD E. BrtOWN,
fialstead & Co.,
Money Advanced '
on Sugai Securities
407 Fwt Street.
Stock and Bond Exchange.
Stock and Bond Broker
Member of Honolulu Stock Eichugt
Orders lor the purchase or sale of stoclci
ana bon Js carefully and promptly execute!.
Ground Floor, Judd Bulldlnc.
Potofhce Box 300. Telephone iGf.
3 Lot. In Kapahulu Tract.
Lot In MeCully Tract.
Houie and Lot on Beretania Street.
3 Cottages and Lota on King Stretf
near Government Nursery.
Large lot In Puunul tract, Nuuanc
Lot In Manoa valley, 100 yarda Irwr
Rapid Transit Line.
For particulars and prices apply (
JUDD & COMPANY, LTD.
HOT Htanjjcnwnld Bulldlnft.
and : : : :
er Hhimn, hh follow :
' Sat In Apilliin
Piifft'il Silk Mull
1.00 to .75 a yja(
6.50 to 5.00 a yam'