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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU. It. T.. SATURDAY, OCT. 26, 1901.
Men's Irish Linen Lawn
finest quality, licin-tlleli-i, Initials worked In
tho corner. Imported direct from Ireland.
5oc each or $5 75 per dozen.
Men's Fine Pajamas
Made of a 'ry flue. soft-llnlsh Madras. Ilxrnl
lent goods, well made.
$2.00 per suit.
Men's Balbriggan Undershirts
with short sleeve's. The quality In hotter than
you've hcen ae-customed to ja more for. Our
Sampson Suspenders for Boys
are constructed bo that a hoy wearing them can
not become niiind-Blionhlered, They are veVy
comfortable, too. All sizes from 4 to II yearn.
50c and 75c per pair.
B. R. EHLERS
Coolness and Comfort in the
Fiercest - Heat - of - Summer.
Is a dry mineral powder mixed with water only.
It Is being us"d successfully all over the lilands.
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;
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K It! I,!
The wiMld'famoiiK Webster
Umiliildgcd Dihtlcmniy. which for
merly retailed lit $15 we are now
Helling at $7.50. Identically the
Hume In every way.
Hawaiian Pineapples hefnro being
canned are? ripened on the plants, In
order that the delicious Urn or peculiar
to them alone, may bo preserved. We
bavo tneso pineapples In tins at 23e:
per tin. Two kinds:
Suitable for Sheruets, etc.,
Heady to ho sened as a fruit, etc.
THEY ARE DELICIOUS.
H. MAY & GO.
BOSTON BOCK, FORT ST.
Tel. 22. 24, 92. PO. box 386,
We make llurtiiborn Window
Shades lu all sizes, and any lolor of
They nro the prettiest and best
wearing Shades to In- toiind auyvhero
Ladles require many chnncen of
clothing; there Is a demand for spacu
in which to put things nway. A Chlf
i fonler Is necessary In every home,
and we. hao a stock of them that will
put a finish to the uppeiiiiim-o of jour
Ilcsides the handsome
, CENTER RUGS
I which wo adertlsed last week, we
have) a beautiful block of
of tho tcry piettlesl designs, mid at
, very low prices.
J. HOPP & CO.,
The Leading Furniture Dculeru.
S: CO., Fort St.
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- PimhI iilone win not nlttnys
make one strotm. In this ill-
-- mute th- H)htem iicccIh n tonic.
KomcthlriK to rIvu lm, lpir
and life. Theie's more trillii
than poetry aliottt "that tired
feeling." About ten out of ev.
tj ten hHe It. It's simply na-
Hire craving for something II
doesn't get from' ordinary food.
flood mall extracts are high-
ly recommended by physicians
for a run-down condition. Much
depends, however, whether yon
get the real grain extract. Why
then take chances when )ou
can get the best? That's
llrewnl from selected haile).
Ku-ry bottle full of strength-
giilng nutriment. It's benelldal
effects will be felt at once. It
will give sou lm. energy ami
restored Mrength. Insist on get-
ting R-O-Y-A-L and accept nono
"Jiit us good.
Hobron Drug Co
I'ORT AND KINO
M. Phillips & Co.
Wholesale Importer and Jobbers.
European and American Dry Goods.
Fort and Queen 8tt.
H. Hackfeid&' Co., Ltd.
General Commission Agents.
Cor. Fort and Queen Streets, Honolulu.
THI8 SPACt RESERVED FOR
J. D. AVERY,
General Reporting ard Typewriting,
Second floor Kllte Illdg., Hotel St.
At offlco 9 to 3:40; Tel. Main 76.
At bouse evenings; Tel. Blue 2011,
TO BE PLAYED ON THE
MAKIKI GROUNDS TODAY
First at 1 O'clock and Second to Be
gin Immediately After
The Winter llieball Is-asne held
it very Important meeting last night In
the iiatinl place for tho consideration
of nrluus matters In connection with
the games to be held this afternoon.
The Capitols releavd ilnonan and
Mana on account of their failure tb
show up for practice. Andert-on Itlch
nrds was Mibtltuted as one of tho men
and the hame of A1 Mooro wnc suggest,
ed iii the other on. The tam was giv
en until 12 noon today to make nr
jiiugcincntr. If possible, with Moore
If during that time he consents to
play, he will be allowed on the team.
Th-re will be a meeting of the League
on the Mul.lM grounds Just previous to
the first game of hasehall.
It was reported after tho Inst meet
ing of flm League that Mqoro lmcl been
released but this a as a mistake, due
to the fad that this player's name wax
not on the M. '
It wa4 repoited that Gorman would
catch for the Custom Homo team to
An, he having recovered from his re
The Police put In Charles Davis as
a new man on the team. Each tram Is
allowed thirteen men and tho Police
h.ne been short three men for some
time. This was the reason for tho ap
plnttnent of aDWi.
It was voted that the first game to
day bo between the R. O. Hall and
Capitol teams, play to begin at 1
o'clock. It was further voted that the I
second game bo between the Custom I
lf.illMt. rtnA Df.Tl.iai fff'.tm, nt ... In tAnln '
...,.-v ..... , OKI. ,'....Et '. J wit,.,,
Immediately after the first game.
The Capitol, Custom House and Po
lite teams were represented at the
meeting but no K. O. Hall mn put In
Two game, of basnball on the Ma
klkl tecf-ratlon grounds this afternoon.
I'lrst .it 1 o'elo. k between tho follow
S. Chllllngworth Wlllkokl
The second game will ho played Im
mediately at the conclutlon of the
first g.iaie, between the following
Kuiulun ....'. Chllllngworth
Wilder ii. Jlossman
Tucker A. Mossman
"ers C. DaMi
Montreal Oct. 10.. Many leading
houses In this c'.ty aro following the
Uad of merchant of llrockvUle In
forbidding their employes to play foot
bnll. Tin y argue that this sport takes
tit. too much of tho time of, their em
I1ooh. and also that they ary, so fre
quently Injured and compelled to lie
III! tor retialrt. that It tertnilulv Inter.
I'eles with hm-lucss.
' IN8URGENTK DEFBATbD.
Colon. Oct. lrt. Tho situation on the
lsttimus nf I'liiinnin. lu iine)if,,i..,l
News has been received hero that the
(luvciumtut furces ilefi;ited the In-
Sliruents recentlv fit PiiTinntun Lrllllii..
b huge number. Paiiouenio Is now In
mi' lianilh or the (lovernment. The
l!oM'iuiiii.uf loss In tlm engagement
was tuny Miiecl and wounded, uniony
the latter being Colonel Nut la. Ily u
li-i-i-nt decree, nil Impiiit duties In thlv
ili'iartliieiit were doubled, ad valorem
diillis now being 20 per cent. All
lluuiir duties hiivi also been doubled
ijulte a fleet of Milling vessclB are
i-)itf-tt'd, to arrive hero within a day
ui two. The Carrollton Is twenty-nine
days from Taconia, the Helene twen
ly days from San IVanclsco. From
tin Atlantic the American ship IleuJ
i . riichuru ami iieiman snip i.lta ure
due, while M-w-ru schooiieru and uttt
ui vessels from Pacific Coast port
uiii eAineiea ui any unie.
9m mmnoentratatl Droam
IB1JJM I IIm Hmi U..II.I.. T
ANEMIA, P00RNE8S OF BLOOI
mis ur aLOun.
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I bj Uu Lc.dlni rhrUtlu
I Of ftll CotinlriM
I HttntUktt TMl aur SMI
uwi mot Uftltpau.
Dn mm UUikm lit Tmli
Coa brlnf a bus
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LOCAL AND GENERAL
Nice new cottage on (Harden Lane for
rent. Apply to .las. F. .Morgan.
"Lob Wetrock has been appointed
beat boy for the Customs House.
Lewellyn (lay and Miss Jennie Jen
kins will be married this evening.
The barkcutlnc 8. N. Castle sailed
for San Francisco this afternoon.
Don't fall to read the Sunday Ilc
publtcan. It will he n great paper.
Nicely furnished rooms, Popular
House, 1219 Fort St., fl.CO per week up.
The Walaleale, arriving tomorrow,
will have 3000 bags of.Mellrydo sugar.
Comes & McTlghc, successors to (!a
mara & Co., liquor dealers. 95 King St.
The steamer Meteor got nway for
Seattle yesterday afternoon about S
Komcl soda refreshes and Invigor
ates. Carbonated by Consolidated So
da Works. .
Notice is given tmiler New Today
that Tnn You has purchased the Lung
Tal Jen Cn.'s slore.
Report of the condition of the First
National Hank of Hawaii nt Honolulu
Is published in this Issue.
The Healanl Club will give one of
their enjmnblc dances on Friday even
ing ncC lit the club house.
If the stores required for tho battle
Bhtp Wisconsin nre all aboard by this
alternoon she will sail for Pago Pago.
Lovejoy & Co. by their attorneys,
lloherlsnti & Wilder, have discon
tinued their suit ngnlnst Wulklkl
I leach Co.
Tho wedding of Llewellyn (lay nnd
Miss Jenkins will tnko place In St.
Andrew's Cathedral tills evening. The
Itev. V. 11. Klttat will perform tho I
(iforgo rt. Carter, guardian of Henry
A. P. and flrace Carter, minors, has
tiled a bond In $100,000 with P. C. Jones '
and 1. 1). Tcnney ns sureties.
Jonathan Shaw, guardian, answers
the petition of FacIjii II. Nichols, sub
mitting to the court's Interpretation of
the will of Jonathan F.uclld llldwell,
which he quotes In repaid to her.
In the Police Court t.us forenoon,
Joseph llarate, an old offender, was
smtenced to six months' imprison
ment at hard labor on the charge of
vagrancy. Defendant pleaded guilty.
Kinney, llallou & MiClauabaii for
defendant give notice nf motion to va
cate older of foreclosure on the peti
tion of Chas. S, Desky ngalnst the Or
Christian Conradt Is considering the
purchase of a Hue new )ncht of the
Gladys type. It Is probable that
within six months several new boats
will make their appearance nmong
the licet of pleasure emit.
Don't forget Camarlnos of tho Cali
fornia 1'iillt Market when you want
fruit nnd vegetables. Ho always has
on band a frctdi supply of both Califor
nia and Island fruits. Telephone Main
Mrs. F. C. Hetters by her attorney, T.
McCants Stewart, has appealed to the
Supreme Court from Judgo (lear'4
Judgment against her In favbr of J.
I'. Morgan on an auction sate "bill for
Several hundred Japanese, laborers
were released from Quarantine Island
this morning and took their wajs to
the many Japanese boaidlng houses In
town. .Most of the immigrants were
dtessed In brand new- European cus
A native who calls himself Knmeha
nicha appeared In tho Police Court
this forenoon on the charge of vagran
cy. Had he used this name lu the
time when the great Hawaiian con
queror lived his head, would havo'heeu
'I he ball of Crelck, the late assistant
brewer of the Honolulu Biewery Co,
who trbd to get nway In tho Slrene
tsterday. was raised fiom r00 tn
$1000 by Judge (it ar )esterday. No one
has offend to put up the money.
The Tax Appeal court has concluded
Kg labors lu relation to the Income tax.
Yesterday as the last day tinder the
law upon which appeals could bo
heard, but as all matters hud been dis
posed of, no session was held last
Preparations are lu progress for the
first regular excursion of Honolulu
Harbor, No. Si, Masters' And Pilots'
Association. It is possible that a
trip around this Island will be arrang
ed for In one of the larger Island
Holiday season Is drawing near and
we are fully equipped w Itli a new stock
of mouldings for picture framing, wo
would like to hue your work now as
we ure better prepared to do good work
than when the rush conies. Honolulu
Photo Suppl) Co.
PuperK have been tiled by Dr. O. K.
Cofer for the removal of the action of
ejectment biciiight against him by (1,
II. Mcliellan from the Circuit Court
tu the Unite il States District Court.
The grounds are briefly that defen
dant Is tin ottlcer of the United States
(iovernment nnd the propert) Involved
lu possession thereof for the iihcs of its
Marine Hospital Service.
One of the new features In connection
with Sunday school work Is the Horns
Department. This Institution Is to
enable those persons who, on account
of age, sickness, distance, nr home clu
ties are prevented from Joining the
main school, tn become Identified with
the work. It Is the purpose of the
Home Department to furnish Its mem
hers with Sunday school literature and
to give them all the privileges of tho
regular members. It requires nothing
more of those enrolled than a hair
hour's fulthfiil btudy of the lesson
hoinci time during the week unit n re
port on the same ouch a quaiter.
A letter addressed to the Home De
partment of the Sunday school, Rox
100, enclosing )our numo and address
will enroll you as a member.
KpnnlnnlH cm Food.
Madrid, Oct, Hi. Advices received
hero from Itlo .Muni, n Spanish posses
slon on the West Coast of Alrlea, say
that the cannibals who recently cap
tured seven Spanish murines, haw
eaten the prisoners,
IN SHOES IT IS SOMETIMES DIF
FICULT TO MAKE THE DISTINC
TION, UNLESS YOU BUY OURS;
THEN YOU KNOW THEY ARE AS REPRESENTED. OUR NAME
ON A SHOE IS A GUARANTEE OF AL.. ITS VISIBLE AND IN
IVNNERNY SHOE STORE
AGENTS FOR IIANAN'S SHOES.
SECOND WEEK OF GRAND
Great Success has attended our BIG 8ALE and
everyone who purchased from ut has been pleased
with the bargains we offer. This week we have
added many new inducements, and the prices will
astonish you. Not being tn the high-rent belt we
can sell cheaper than our down-town competitors and
make the same profits.
New Attractions Added !
Figured Slikollnc, 10 cttt
Large variety of patterns lu all de
sirable -diaJes. Sure to please.
Pcrcnlc WpuppcPH We are
nfferiug an excellent line of tliee
Wrappers; alvi some In wnltelawn,
at greatly reduccJ prices.
Apt DenlniK, la l-Sc An tin
iwi.il low price for artistically ligurtJ
LtiellcH Km Ihh P.llibccl VcHtH
lit l-Uc Light warm weather
vests, with nr without staves, Ji. 40
per dozen; worth 52:00.
Clotting Out Sjile In Strnw Huts In this department we have
cut prices regarJIcss of cost In order to make the price so low as to insure
an absolute clearance ol this, stock.
lloy'M nnd GIpIh StPaw HntH that were 75c and 50c, all go.at nr.
Also LiJIes' Sailor Straw Hats, only "
ioc Dotted Dimities reduced to toe
20c ImpnrteJ .Madras .I2c
25c and 20c Imported Cheviots i6!ic
25d-'iKurcd Drrvs Sateens 15c
25c Cotton and Wool Ch.illles td'ic
20. Pink Dimities, white dots I2,',c
Snlc f ,lcn's HoHlcpy nnd Unclcpweiip Large shipment
just received direct from manufacturers and will besnlJ at special prices.
Find out w hit se he w cars and get .1 bos he neeJvthem.
Pacific Import Co., Ltd.
PROGRESS BLOCK, FORT ST.
CLINTON J. HUTCHIINS,
McINERNV BLOCK. PORT ST.
934 FORT ST.
SEE 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
OUnk books or all sorts, ledgers, etc.
manufactured by the llnllella Publish
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TO DISCRIMINATE IN BUYING
YOUR SHOES IS TO KNOW THE
SUPERIOR FROM THE INFERIOR.
Shirt WtilHtft We are offering
this week great inducements in
hJIc-s' Shirtwaist', In orJrr to clove
out our present stock. You need
them buy them w hile cheap.
WiihIi Miitcpiiilx -Every l.iJy
who visited our store list week wa
surprised at the great reductions In
Every y-rd cm sale is of this sea
son's nnterlals, and every pattern Is
01 the must tasty design.
We Invite especial Inspection of
2oo pieces of striped nnd figured
Lawns an J Dimities, InsteiJ of 20c,
iG'icanJ 15c, all Ro.-it.. 10c
Helfast Dimities reJuceJ from 25c
anJ 20c to i;c
2sc English Dimities at tG'ic
COMMENCING MONDAY, OCTOBER 21st
I offer tho Handsomest Goods
Embroidered Silk Chiffon
reduced from $4.50 to 3.50 a yard
9.00 to 6.50 a yard
41 Inch will.- Satin Striped Silk Oauzo
reduced from 1.50 to 1.00 a yard
Slntlo width Chenllli. Spot Silk fiauzo
reduced from 1.25 to 1.00 a yard
Kmli-olclered Silk Not
r.'cluccd from 1.50 to 1.00 a yard
Whilst 1 huvo tin II n ntilmwll.t
tend to rontlimn tho t,alo at tlm reduced prices, liavlnc OVER 200 DIFFER
ENT STYLES, PATTERNS and COLORS to offer jou. At
E. W. Jordan
J. H. FISHER
Stock and Bond Brokers.
FIRE ASSOCIATION, of Philadelphia.
WESTERN ASSURANCE CO, of Toronto.
HONOLULU STOCK liXCHANGE
Honolulu, October 2C1, Igoi
NAME OF STOCK ( Sjflftl j
r Bffwf ACompiny. i ,nti,vx
US CtchD(i.Cn,LM i fr,r
L.II. Krr & Co.. Ltd.. t,
Ew Plinfttlon Co
Himnj PltntatlonCo .
HwHan Com h Su Co
Hawillan Sujir Co ..
Moromu Sugar Co .
Honokii Sugtr Co
Ht'ku Suer Co
Kittuku t'uniatlnn Co
Klhvtl'lanlCo. LU, .
Klthulu bujtr Co...
Koloa u(tr Co .. .
Koria Sujfir Co.. it
0hu Sucat Co , . '
Oiom Sugar Co
Ookila Suir Plan Co
raaSu.Co.. LtJ., ar
Paiuhau Su. Plan. Co
Pacific Suar Mill. ...
Pala PUntalfon Co ...
Ptpffkto Suear Co
PlonetrMlll Co .
PlonpfrMllICo, Alvet f
Walalua Art. Co,
Walluku Surar Co....
Walmarulo Surar Co
Wl df r Slumvhlp Co
Mutual Tclcnhon tin .
Oahu Ry A LanJ Co..
rtopit ict at KMU'
Flrit National Bank .. .
Hawaiian Urv f prccm
Hllok. R. Co. b percent .
H1I0 P. R.Co. ftp'Cent1
Ion. KaplJ Trnlt.. ....
ewariantatn 6 percent .
Oahu R(k LanJ Co. pre .
Oinu Plantation 6pc '.
Olia Plantatton 6 p c.
naiaiua ACT1CU1. O p C . .
S.ib-s 2S Wnliiliui. $',0.
V.ILLARIJ E. IWOWN.
Halstead & Co.,
on Sugui Securities
407 Fort Street.
Stock and Bond Exchange.
Stock and Bond Broker
Member of Honolulu Stock Eicbangi
Orders lor the purchase or sale cf stocks
ana bonJs carefully and promptly executtd.
Ground Floor, JudJ Building.
Postoflice Box joo. Telephone 169.
3 Lot. In Kapihulu Tract
Lot In McCully Tract.
Home and Lot on Bcretanla Street.
3 Cottages and Lota on King 8tretl
near Government Nursery.
Large lot In Puunui tract, Neiuanu
Lot in Manoa valley, 100 yards from
Rapid Transit Line.
For particulars and prlcti apply to
JUDD & COMPANY, LTD.
307 Standenwold Building.
and : : : :
ovor shown, no fnttnur.,
' reduced from 1.00 to
.75 a yarrt
5.00 a yard
2.50 a yard
2.00 a yard
reduced from 6.50 to
Puffed Silk Mull
reduced from 3.50 to
reduced from 2.50 to
Colored Silk Orenaulno
reduced from 1.00 to
75 a yard
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