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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU. 11. T.. FRIDAY, OCTOIIKK 25, 1901.
E Men's Irish Linen Lawn
Finest finality. Iiotn-stltrlied, Initial worfn-d in A
H the corner. Inipoited tlln ct from IrHnurl
5oc each or $5 75 per dozen. m
L Men's Fine Pajamas J
Mndp of n very fine eoft-rlnl'.h. Madras Krnl A
lent KooflH, well nmilc. 7
w $2.01) per suit.
E Men's Balbriggan Undershirts
with short sleeves. The iiuallty IsMictter than 2
you've been accustomed to pay more for Our w
Rprlco Is 0
5Pc each. 0
S Sampson Suspenders for Boys J
are ennstiiietotl ho that n boy wearing them tan- a
not become niund-shouldercd The) are er J
romfoitnlile. tiVj, .Ml sizes from I to 14 year W
J 5()c and 75c per pair. J
B. R. EHLERS & CO., Rort St.
Coolness and Comfort in the
Fiercest - Heat - of - Summer.
ba dry mineral powder ml.xed with water only.
It is being used 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:
$7,50 Saved !
The woilil.fnmiitiH Webfter's
Unabridged DiHtlonary, which for
merl)" retailed at $15 we are now
selling at $7.50. Identically the
same In ever wny.
ll.','r,r)r - l - r
Hawaiian Pineapples before being
canned are ripened on the plants. In
order that the delicious flavor peculiar
to them alone, may be preserved. We
' have these pineapples In tins at 25c
per tin. Two kinds:
Suitable for Shcroets,
Ready to be served as a fruit, etc.
THEY ARE- DELICIOUS.
H. MAY & GO.
BOSTON BOCK, FORT ST.
Telt. 22, 24, 92. P. O. box 386.
Wo make Hartshorn Window
Shades In all sizes, ami any color of
They are the prettiest and" best
wearing Shades to be found nn)wbeiu
I n,1l..a w,iiil,i t,,anv f'liittitri.a tt
clotlilnif! thnrn Id n ilcmiiriil for Htiiit-i, '
in which to put things away. A Chif
fonier is necessary In every home,
and wo have a stock of them that will
put a finish to tho appcaiamo of your
llesides the handsome
which we advertised Inst week, we
have a beautiful stock of
of tho very prettiest designs, and at
very low prices.
J. HOPP Sr CO.,
The Lending Furniture Dealers.
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Pood alone wh. not alwi.yt
make one strong In thir- cli
mate the r-itetii mcj a tonic
hiiiih thing to give vitu. vigor
and life. There'h more trm.i
than poet i y about that tired
feeling," About ten out nf -v-
ery ten have It. ItV Mmply i.n
ture oravlng for soon thing .t
doesn't get from oidlnary fowl
(lool malt extracts are high
ly recommended b phslcians
for a run-down condition. Muca
depends, however, whether yoa
get the real grain extract. Wny
then take chances when you
can get the best? Thai's
1 1 reived from selected bnrbj
Kvery bottle full or strength
' giving nutriment. It's bent tleial
effects will be felt at once. It
will elve vou vim energy nnd
restored strength, lnt-in on get
ting R-O-Y-A-L and accept uoui
'juac a goon,
PORT AND KINO
M. Phillips & Co.
Wholesale Importers and Jobber.
European and American Dry Goods.
Fort and Queen 8ti.
H. HackfeitU Co., Ltd.
General Commission Agents.
Cor. Fort and Queen Streets, Honolulu.
THIS SPACc: RESERVED FOR
J. D. AVERY,
General Reporting and Typewriting.
Second floor Kllto Illds.. Hotel St.
At office 9 to 5:4G; Tel. Main 76.
At house evenings Tel. Blue 2011.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
11 vs. Mtlo was (still on before. JihIbu
Otar this forenoon
Gomes & McTlghc, successors to Ca
mara & Co., liquor dealers. 93 King St.
The bb; Chinese libel case Is being
arsued In the Pollen Court this ater
poon Dliuik books of all sorts, ledgers, etc.
manufactured by the Dullctln Publish
The totnl judgment for plaintiff In
the line fence cnio, Sllvn vs. Sourn,
Is f 3.W 20.
Lnrg" new stock of wuro, suitable
foi weddlni; nnd holiday presents, just
rt'lilved by Pnclflc Hunlwiiro Co.
The Hed Mens ball, postponed finiii
September !C, will take placo Octo
ber 3i. Pee notice under New To
day David Lawrence & Co., Ltd., aro now
having their first annual clearance sale
and are selling good cigars for little
Th fj-rtnnn .h.n Hlrunn nnd Am..f.
lean ship Horeuc.) suile.l for the
Sound this morning lloth big vessels
vvtrj.' in ballast .
Wham worth doing Is worth Uolnil ,
well Take your printing nnd develop
ing to the Honolulu Photo Supply Co
BesC work at lowest prices.
C.T Amana'B pUltloii for dlicburgo
frDin (.hnkninlev will Im heard i,v
Judrfe IMee on N6vm!iT 18. The
rjntikriipt'H place of business Is Piiaii'
. . ... v : - i
,Tt dr. W Kalna of Wullukii has
mti9'd tin- Heard of Heftltn that his
nrr-i hmitnieiti yi pniui miner me new
roMrne! will reucli Muloltnl on No-venih)-.
' .liiiK'- Kiiliiu will supply
tn i"per it.ttleni ul with palal lor a
The Muslin I.ch cargo bioughl tn
day in-mded 0133 micKb sugar. oil
ti. 'ks coffee, 212 sacks taro, -11 faekt
t'.a, 27 ai-H own, 129 bundles bananas,
24 kegs buiter, 1 bale tnlmcco, 1 bun
dle hides, 14 plgu, 27 head cattle nnd
2') pneknp'S sillldrlif.
Holiday wison is drawing near nnd
we are fully (-quipped with :i new stock
of tnnuldlags for picture framing, we
VtO'iid like to b.ive your work now as
if are r-tt-r prepared to do good work
Una A'fiTj the ruih nies. Honolulu
Photo Supply Co.
"'wo butohr bnyu of tho Metropoli
tan Mht Company bud u fistic encoun
t-r In the .-aipty lot ta:k of tho market
jesfr.lay One of tho fellows got a
I'Uin. in the -ye and immediately wel.t
fo: a lJt) llyst.ui1rn prevmted hlia
fiom -ifl'jj- It ami Mlnpptii further he-tilitl-h
John .Hoarlg in-. ,i Portuguese hoy,
w,ik H-nteiHeti to :i year'M imprison
niHiit iu the Kefurni rchool by Judge
Wl.ox in the Poli4-o Court till:) foie
:ioun -imttie tharge of stealing n stiver
wat 'i from one 'louit-s hy name. D-f-nju:u
K-lgar VilllaniM, the tiegio who occl
dntiill shot a C'hlnere l.iuudryman In
a !riop on lower HIcbMrtl-t street a
npM ir days ngo. uniiiand In the
f'oli.-u I'ourt this foniiiroii. A nollo
proiiil was entered, the prosecution
rXtil.ilMnp that the ilefeinlant bad been
fojMl !r" from blatnu.
Lem Yok was captured by Officer
liariiey Joy lust night, it belug thought
that the man was Insane. Ho Is being
kept In .iisto-ly until such time as an
examination can he niadn. The Chi
num.tu as found at the corner of Knit
and y. r -bunt streets and was acting In
n decldnilly Insane iii.iuner.
SubiM nas for tho Plumbers' Trtisl
Kline have Iimmi Issued from the tlnlt
ed Stati-H Dlhtrirt Coiitt, at the In
stance of tho plalntirf, 0. II. Drown,
to i3 W qulim, K. ix. Hath. 11.
turns, J N. Sharer, O. Sellers. T.
r. Davidson, Jns. Nott. Jr.. Patrick
U'Donnell unci John Welsh, who be
sides helug dfeiidanlK aro wanted us
Mr and Airs Heuuessoy Taylor, ol-
oreil p. e.'e who neently lame Irom
'spreekelsvlllii, created a lot of fun In
tht) Polite Court this forenoon. Tay
lor was charged with desertion." Ills
wife's facial expressions combined
ftlth her undoubted tolor wero as good
us a circus There was a reconcilia
tion and Heimi-sscy Taylor and his
wife went outhido to split up the ilf
teen cents which the former had in his
pocket Th wife, j;ot tvivtblrds.
Apclogy (or Contempt.
On obo occasion a Junior counsel,
oii their lordhhlps giving Judgment
ntjulntt bis client, exclaimed that ho
was surprised at their decision, This
was, 'onstrued Into u contempt of
court and tho young barrister! wds
ordered to attend at tno bar the next
piorElut rearful of tho eonseuuences,
be eousulted his friend, John Scott
lUft'-WRnl Lord Kldnn), who told
him to be perfect!) r.t r'nse, for he
would apidoglze tor him in n way that
would i.vert any unpleasant result.
Acco-i.rigly, when tim namu of tho
dellnju"iit was culled, Kcott rose and
(ool!) addressed the Judges. "1 am
very sorry, my lords, !e) said, "that
my y otitic truud has ho far forgotten
hlmulf lh to treat yur lordships with
fllsresjiect, bo Is etiemely penitent,
and you will kindly nscrlbo his iiuin
tentioual Insult to bis Ignorance. You
must at once tb.it 11 did originate
In tbi.t He said ho was surprised at
tbj decision of your lordships. Now,
It he had not been iguoiant of what
takes place In this couit every day
hail he known you but halt so long as
hLve he would not ho surprised ut
D)th:ng you did." tlreen Dag.
EQitor Your uurratlvo Is too bald.
Author Very well, 1 will Introduce
hi'tne halr-ralstliE iueldems. Tltlllts.
Fiu J Job Printing tbo Bui--Uu
"llt-r scornful elanee tut throush Win
llkt u knife."
LOCAL AND GENERAL
All Nations (except Carrie) drlnlc
Mnrnenle and Urban xnfes at I!, O.
Ilnll & Son, Absolutely fire proof.
Nicely furnished rooms, Popular
House, 1249 Fort St.. $1.50 per week up.
Judgement Is entered In J. M. Vlvns
s. Mele AkonI for plaintiff In the sum
of $ I4.tr..
.Maria HosIro petitions that she bo
nppolnted guardian of her three minor
Notice to passengers Intending to
leave by S. S. Ventura published on
last page today.
The weekly edition of the Evening
Bulletin gives a complete summary of
the news cf the day.
There will be a regular convention
of Oahu l)dge, No. 1, K, of P. this!
ovenlng. See notice under New Today,
The Orntorlo Society will meet this
evening at 8 o'clock in Pauahl Hall,
tti .i ,,.. .- .
"" ""'"rs " ranii-nuy lequesieu
,0 '"-' Present.
The Elks are to present Marshal
E. It. Hendry with a fine marshal's
""". " ' ntiw uewg maim uy
a locnl Jeweler.
The members of the choir of the Sec
ond Congregation of St. Andrew'!
"V" '"" .u, .
nntl place this evening.
There are letters at the llulletln
ollke in answer to Want ads. Advei-
Users are renucstid to call for same..
See lop of Want column on page 8 for
In Central Union church Sunday
evening at 7:.10 o'clock, Hev, Win.
Morris Klncald will preach on the sub
Ject: "Decision, Its Relation to Char
acter." The thrtc months "Id child of Mr.
nnd Mrs. Krnest Kaneuf died nt I.aahl
na jesterday of pneumonia, The body
was brought here In the Mauna Ltu
A list nf uncalled for letters. In ans
wer to Wnrlt mis in the ICvenlng llul
letln appearn nt the lop of the Want
column on page 8. Advertisers aic re
quested to call for same.
The Police mid Custom House base
ball teams will play on the Maklkl
giounds at I o'clock tomorrow after
noon. Immediately nt the conclusion
!' J1!1" ?" ih K. O. Hall and Cap
Itol teams will try conclusions,
Don't forget Cnmarlnos of the Cali
fornia Krult Market when you w.mt
fruit nnd vegetables. He always has
on hand n fresh supply of both Califor
nia and Island fruits. Telephone Main
Detcctlvts Kiiiiim and Chun I'oon
v.ere called before the Tcilcra! (irand
Jur) this forenoon ami, for that rea
son, a number of cases In the Police
I'ourt In which they are Interested,
were continued to later dates.
The claim of Osaki, a large Japan
ese merchant was considered by the
fire uiaims commission this morning.
It Is several thousand dollars. The
claimant's goods suffered from shift
ing and fumigation, a large quantity
llnully being overtaken by the great
It seems Incredible, but in these da) a
of progress, anything Is possible, nnd
the world famous Webster's l.'nahrldg
l Dictionary has been reissued at
one-half the former price. Wall, Nich
ols Co., U1. have them on display to
C. 11. t-'alier. manager of the llllo
branch of Tbvo. II, Davles k Co.. will
leave for Han Kranclsco In about a
foi might's time to become purchasing
agtnt for his company at that plum.
It. I l.lllle, who has held the position
for some time, will return to Honolulu
The football game arranged for neit
Saturday between Oahu College and
the Malle-lllmn Athletic Club's sec
ond elevtn has been declared off, The
llackfeld and Pmuthou Atbl-tlc Cltu
teams may pluy a practice fame tint
this Is doubtful. The Malle-lllmas and
Artillery trams will play a practice
Better Chinese Rivera.
The Improvement of Chinese rivers
Is made the subject of a note address
ed by the dean of tile diplomatic corps
to the Chinese plenipotentiaries, ask
ing the financial co-operation of the
Chinese government In tne Improve
mem nt tne ivino ami vvnangpoo riv
ers, and their acceptance of regula
tions concerning the Whangpoo Itlvcr
Conservancy Hoard. The Pelho work
rommenced In 18118 has been recently
rcsumen, ami i ninu is asaen io pieuge
llselr to an annual payment to this
board of fin.onn haikwan taels, one
hnikwan tnel being equivalent to 71. i
cts. gold. The Whangpoo Conservan
cy Hoard Is to consist of members rep
resenting the Chinese government nnd
the torelgners engaged In the ship
ping trade of Shanghai. The total
estimated sum to be expended is 4G0,
odd taels during the first twenty years;
this sum Is to be equally divided be
tween China and the foreign Interests.
To Advnncc Irrigation.
A bureau of agricultural engineer
lug has been suggested by Mr. F, K.
Warren, linked Htntes Senator from
Wyoming, In a letter to the Hecretary
Of Agriculture. Tho bureau would
have charge of both the irrigation and
road Inquiry Investigations now being
carried on by the United mates De
partment of Agriculture. In addition
It would study such questions as tho
reclamation of swamp lands, the pro
lection of hillside farms from erosion,
and the best types of agricultural ma
cblnery. Kuglneerlng News.
"Still holding his head high In the air,
Gilbert Vnrnsour strode haughtily
from the room."
DROP IN AND BE CONVINCED.
If INERNY SHOE STORE
AGCNT8 TOR IIANAN'H 8II0L8.
SECOND WEEK OF GRAND
Great Success hat attended our BIO SALE and
, everyone who purchased from ut hat been pleated
with the bargalni we offer. Thlt week we have
added many new inducementt, and the prices will
attonlth you. Not being in the high-rent belt we
can tell cheaper than our down-town competitors and
make the tame profit.
New Attractions Added !
FlfVtircd 8ilkoltnc, IO ctK
Large variety of patterns In all de
jir.ible sli.iJe- Sure to plt.i-.e.
Percnle Wrapper! We are.
ofterinj; an eeellcnt line of the-e
Wrappers; nls-i vime In vvnite lawn,
at greatly reduceJ prices.
Art Denims, 'i l-Uc An un
usual low price for artistically figurtJ
LiuIIch' 8 wIhr Ribbed VcHtu
12 l-2c Light warm weather
vests, with or without staves, $1.40
per dozen-, worth $2:00.
Clotting Out Sale In 8trnw
cut prices regardless of cost In order
an absolute clearance ol this stock.
Boy's und Gli-lts" 8truw Hutu that were 75c an J 50c, all goat OCr
Also Ladles' Sailor Straw Hats, only 0"
20c DotteJ Dimities reJuced to 10c
20c Imported MaJras 12,'ic
25c nn J 20c ImporteJ Cheviots 0fic
25c Figured Dress Sateens 15c
25c Cotton anj Wool Challles ifijjc
20v Pink Dimities, white Jots 12J1C
8nlc of Men's Hosiery nnd Underwear Lirge shipment
lust received direct from manufacturers and will be sold at special prices.
Hind out w hilt size lie w ears an J get .1 bo he neeJs them.
Pacific Import Co., Ltd.
PROGRESS BLOCK, FORT ST.
CLIINTOIN J. HUTCHIINS,
McINERISY BLOCK. PORT ST.
934 PORT ST.
8EE AD. IN -THIS SPACE SATUR
DAY, NOVEMBER 2D. THIS WILL
SAVE MANY DOLLARS TO ALL
WHO BUY BOOKS, STATIONERY,
BLANK BOOKS, TOYS AND SCHOOL
J. M. WEBB
Blank books of all sorts, ledgers, etc.
manufactured by the Uullcllb Publish,
CLINCH - Till! - 8UCCUS8
of prtKperity, vv e poMtlv ely know that
our new style of FOOTWIiAU will
itlfy the most festedlou fer the
sn.ip, style, stock anj shoe maklnc are
as good as money can buy anywhere.
8hlrt WnlstH-We are offering
tills week great inducements In
ladies' Shirtwaist!, In order to close
out our present stock. You need
them buy them while cheap.
WiikH MntcrlnlB Every lady
who visited our store list week vv.i
surprised at the great reductions In
Every yard on side Is of this sea
son's materials, and every pattern is
of the must tasty design.
We invite especial Inspection of
HiitH In this department we have
to make the price so low as to insure
200 pieces of striped nnj figured
Lawns an J Dimities, Instead of 20c,
l6,'icanJ 15c, all goat. 10c
Belfast Dimities reduced from 25c
and 20c to 15c
20c English Dimities at 16MC
COMMENCING MONDAY, OCTOBER 21st
I oRer the Handsomest Goods
Embroidered Silk Chiffon
reduced from S4.50 to $3.50 a yard
Embroidered 811k Chiffon
reduced from 9.00 to 6.50 a yard
41-Inch wide Satin Striped Silk Oamo
reduced from 1.50 to 1.00 a yard
Slncle width Chenlllo Spot Silk Oaiuo
reduced from 1.25 to 1.00 a yard
Embroidered Silk Net
i reduced from 1.50 to
1.00 a yard
Whilst I have had a snlcndld
tend to continue the salo at tho reduced prices, having OVER 200 DIFFER.
ENT STYLES, PATTERNS and COLORS to offer you. At
E. W. Jordan
NO. IO 6T0RB.
J. H. FISHER
Stock and Bond Brokers.
FIRE ASSOCIATION, of Philadelphia.
WESTERN A9SURANCE CO, of To
ronto. Offlcet Stangenwald
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE
Honolulu, October 25, loot
K.ME OF STOCK pjf," ? Bid Atan4
C. Brewfr A Company ' t.ooo,ex "! HI
NS .achDO.Co,l't b,ra loo
L.H. K.rt It Co,, UJ . 1 100,0.0 c ,j
Ewa Plantation Co .... s.ra.onoi n ti, tV(
Hanna Plantation Co . ITS.000 loo
HawallanAzrlculturalCo) 1,000,000 too
Hawaiian Com ft So Co. i,i,T)o too
Hawaiian Sugar Co ... t.ooo.ooo to tH )
Honomu Sugar Co .... t $0,000; too tt
Honokaa Sugar Co... tooo,ooo 10 it
Haiku Sugar Co .... tx.ooo loo. .. (00
Kahuku Plantation Co joono ro . .. t,
IClti.1 Plant Co..Ltl l.ou.000 jo t ....
Kit anulu Sugar Co .... 160,000 Ioq i.
Koloa Sugar Co I jotau 100
ICona Sugar Co.. at. joc.000 100
MBryltSuCo.,Ld.ail i.oit.soo' . .. I
eJ up I t,650,ono to......
' pltpj to
O.hu Sugar Co , J.oor,ooo 100 10c no
Onomta SugarCo. .. 1,000,000 00 a)
CVkata Sugar Plan Co joo,ooo to u
JlaaSu. Co.. LM ail !l.oon' to tH
laa SuCo Lti.piupj a 500m to
OlowalQ Cotrrany ... iso.ooo too
Paauhau Su. Plan. Co onc,oooi jo
Pacific Sugar Mill . .. ynooo, too ih
Pala Plantation Co .. . ?jo.oool 100. ,i(
Prptfkeo Sugar Co Tjo,ooo loo
Plonttr Mill Co . . f t5o.ow too 9,
Plon.tr Mill Co, Mt 300000 1001
Waialua Agr.Co, 4,oo.odo' loo j,
Walluku Sugar Co ... 1 Too,oool 100
Walmanalo Sugar Co . tjt.ooo' 100 tjt
Walm.a Mill Co , uj.ooo; 100!
Wl dr Steamthlp Co I coo,ooo' 100!
1-ttr-UtanJSlncnN.Co 100,000! looi. ..,' U
.lawallan Lltctrlc Co . t)o,aoo' loo'
Hon. RapM T tandCo to,ooo' too1 l
Mutual Ttltphon Co .. 119,010 to) I
Oahu Ryot Lani Co.. t.ooo.owo' too m
P.opl.a let ft Rig Co 0.000 its ,.
Flrit National Bank ...I no
FIlllA.S BinkfcT.Co to VI
BONDS. " "
Hawaiian Gt v a par cant aA
HlloR R. Co. t ptrctnt I. . ...
H1I0 P. R.Co.tpnctnt
ton. Hapll Trsnall
Ewa Plantat'n 6 per cent tto
O.hu ft Un J Co. pre r4l;
Oaiu Plantation 6 p c
Olaa Plantation 6 p c
Waialua Agrlcul, 6 p c oii
Siili-s- I11O Hvvn, J2."; in Wiilmnnalo,
lfiltfi'i. L'.' Ohm, assfhsahlf, J2..17J.
V.ILLAHI) E. BROWN,
Halstead & Co.,
on Sugat Securities
407 Fort Street.
Stock and Bond Exchange.
Stock and Bond Broker
Member of Honolulu Stock Eichingi
Orders tor the purchase or sale of stocks
ana bonds artfully and promptly executed.
Ground Floor, Judd Building.
Postoffice Box 300. Telephone tea.
3 Lots In Kapahulu Tract.
Lot In McCully Tract.
House and Lot on Btrotanla Street.
3 Cottages and Lota on King Street
near Government Nursery.
Large lot in Puunul tract, Nuuanu
Lot In Manoa valley, 100 yards from
Rapid Transit Line.
For particulars and prices apply to
JUDD & COMPANY, LTD.
307 Stangenwald Building.
and : : : :
ever shown, us follows:
reduced from 1.00 to
reduced from 6.50 to
.75 a yard
5.00 a yard
2-50 a yam
2.00 a yard
Puffed Silk Mull
I reduced from 3.50 to
reduced from 2.50 to
Colored Silk Grenadlno
reduced from 1.00 to
.75 a yard
week's sale of SILKS and ratinr i in.