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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, H. T MONDAY. OCTOBEIt 2S. 1P01.
E REMNANT SALE
BEaiNS FRIDAY, NOVEriBER 1st
J H Gigantic
5 L Remnant
I E Sale . . :
fv Bi Reduction Sa,e S
Sf , LACES,
' EMBROIDERIES J
AND TRIMMINGS 5
BEOINS FRIDAY, NOVE1UER st
4 B. R. EHLERS & CO., Fort St.
Coolness and Comfort in the
Fiercest Heat - of - Summer.
Is a dry mineral powder mKed with water onl.
It is being usd succesbfully all over the Island?.
1 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 COi
$T.50 Saved !
l' .. atY .L .1. '.
T.hei world famous We-bnter'a
lInatirl(lKi;il Hmtlonury, vvhlch for
merly retailed at $15 wit are now
hcIIIdk at $7.50. Mcntically t!it
name) In every veny.
Hawaiian Pineapples before) being
canned are ripened on the plants, In
order that the delicious flavor peculiar
to them alone, may ha preserved. Wo
have these pineapples In tins at "5u
per tin. Two kinds:
Suitable for Slier nets, etc.,
Ready to be served as a fruit, etc.
THEY ARE DELICIOUS.
H. MAY & GO,
B08TON BOCK, FORT 8T.
Tela. 22. 24, 92. P. O. box 386.
Wo mukii Hnrttchnrn Window
Shades in nil sU'-s. and any color uf
They aro the prettiest and best
wearing Shades to bu found anvwhenj
Ladles require many i haniiea of
clothlim; there Is n demand for spare
In which to put things uway. A Chif
fonier Is necessary In every home,
lend w have a stock of them that will
put a finish to the appearance of your
Hesldes the linniUorna
wlili li we aiheitlbCil last wee., we
have, a beautiful stock of
of the very prettiest designs, uud at
very low prices.
J. HOPP & CO.,
Tho Leading Furniture Dealers.
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Koud nlnno win not always
-make one strong. In thin ell-
mate the t.jstem needs a tonic.
somfthhiK tn tflu vim, vigor
and life. Tliere's more trrn.,
than -iwctr about "that tired
feeling." About ten out of ev-
ery ten have It. It's simply na-
ture craving for something It
doesn't get from ordltary food.
(Jood malt extracts are high-
ly recommended by physicians
for u run-down condition. Much
depends, however, whether you
get the real grain extract. Why
then trikw chances when you
can get the beet? That's
Hrewed from selected barley.
Every bottle full of strength-
giving nutriment. It's beneficial
elTitts will be felt at onco. It
will give j on vim, energy anil
restored strength .Insist on get-
ting R-O-Y-A-L and aciopt none
"Just us good.
PORT AND KINO
M. Phillips & Co.
Wholesale Importer, and Jobbers.
European and American Dry Goods.
Fort and Queen 8t.
H. Hackfeid& Co., Ltd.
General Commission Agents.
Cor. Fort and Queen 8treeU, Honolulu.
THIS 8PACe RE8ERVED FOR
J. D. AVERY,
General Reporting and Typewriting.
Second floor Elite llldg. Hotel St.
At office 9 to 5:45; Tel. Main 76.
At house evenings; Tel. Blue 2611.
1$ NOW ft 611
ANNA A. WIDEMANN
IS QUIETLY MARRIED
Young People Decided for Themselves
Although Parents Urged Them
to Wait-Honeymoon Trip
Oakland, Oct. 17. Miss Anna Add
held Wldcmnun, a beautiful Hawaiian
heiress, and Alfred llourne of San
Francisco, took their hearts In their
own hands today anil In spite of the
objections of relatives, were married,
"You told us to i boose," read the
telogram suit by the bride to her guar
dian, John I)n sett, nt the Hotel Sa
voy, San I'rniu Ism. "We have chos
en. Wo were married Ihls afternoon In
Tho wedding ceremony was perform
ed by the Ilev. Father Klcly In the par
sonage of St. Patrick s Catholic church
nt West Oakland. The only witnesses
weio Dr. liny Smith, n college chum of
the groom, and .Miss Agnes dishing.
Mr. Smith acted ns bct limn and Miss
Gushing ns bridesmaid.
Mrs. Ilrune Is the daughter of the
lato Herman A. Wldem.inn, who g
a millionaire sugar plnnftr ntul who
served as .Minister of the Interior un
der Queen Lllluokalanl. Tho oudk
bride, who has a tld fortune In her
own right, left the stands about two
carn ago to live with iclatlvcg In this
city and San Fraud sen. H was. here
sho met voung nrune, who was then
a student at the State t'nlvcrsltv nnd a
prominent member of tho Sigma' Nu
fraternity. It was a rase of love at
first sight mid In n short time their
engagement was announced.
Strenuous objections tn the marriage
enmo from both sides of the house,
principal!) on account of the youth of
tho young people. Mlbs Wldemann'a
relatives dlil their utmost to break off
tho match and the services of her guar
dian, John Dowsttt. were enlisted. She
was steadfast In her devotion, how cur,
and nt 10 ii'iloik this morning young
Hrtiue and Xllss -Wldeniiinn lift her
homo on Filbert street, saving that
they would take liinrhcon nt it restau
rant. The proceeded to the loial
truln, where the) were met b) Mr
Smith and .Miss dishing. The ninrli t
spent flio afternoon In San l'r.inilacu
trjlng to set lire u special dlspciu-ntloii
from Arthhlhhop Itlurdnn for the mat
rlage, young Ilrune not being n Cnth
ollc. 1hc were flnall) siiiiessful and
returned tn On k la nil. win re the icre-
inony wus performed by the Hev, IV
Although the relatives of the nung
people pliud ever) obstuile In the way
to prevent the marriage, Mr. and Mrs.
tlruno txpeit n ruoiu Illation tomor
row. Ilrune Is the son of I)r. A. K
tlruno of San Krumluiu.
Tho new I) murrled couple, surround
ed Jiy a ntimbir of friends, were seen
at their apartments In the Tuurulne
Hotel this evening.
"Yes," said Mrs. Ilrune, "we wire
married this afternoon In the faee of
the objeitluns of m relutlves and my
guardian, Mr. Dowsett. My guardian
has objeited all along to my engage
ment to Mr. Ilrune and has done even
thing to keep us upart. He re'ientlv
sent mo to Honolulu nnd upon my re
turn a few weiks ago I wus sent down
to Del Monte. Lust night Mr. Dowsed
told mo that i must either bunk off
lh! engagement or do iiwaj with hla
servlics us guardian. I ehose the -latter.
Wo came tu Oakland this after
noon and were married. For the pres
ent we will live in Sun rrunclseo, al
though we contemplate it IJuropean
tour In the mar future."
Mr. Ilrune was very reluctant when
auestinne-d about his marriage.
"We havoTjeen engaged some time.'
said, "but did not dielde to get mar
ried until this afternoon. My wife's
guardian has been trjlng to make trou
ble between us, and so we detlded It
was better to get married and finish
the thing up. We will probably go to
Kurope for u few months and then for
the pcaieful shades of the palm grove-)
A San KruueUeu paper of Oi tuber
11, contains the following lu Us so
ciety lolumus relative to the marriage
of William Thompson of this elty with
Miss Maud ll.ilcli of San 1-iuuilbco;
"St. John's Episcopal ihurcli wus tba
scene last Wtiluesdu) evening of the
wedding uf Miss Maud llaleh of till
cltj and Mr. William Thompson (if
Honolulu. Ke. John Hemphill pet
formrd the ceremtiuv ut U:0 oMikU.
No Imitation's wire Issued tor .the
wedding, lining to the recent deatli of
Urn mother of the bride, however,
about 200 friends were priseut to otter
their iiingrutultitluus. '
An liifinmul reception wus In Id In
(he i bun b parlors, and It wus follow til
bj a dinner ut the California Hotel,
at which oiil) near relatives of the
bride and groom wire present. Mr, and
Mrs. Thompson will leave today for a
two weeks' visit to the Yosemlte Val
ley uud expect to reach their future
home lu Honolulu ubout the middle nf
David 1 laughs, head uf the govern
ment nursery, who arrived home In the
Klnuu from Illlo Saturday, reports
very favorably on the forests In I'unn,
Olaa and illlo. He states that he went
to the Volcano and then mound lluka
lau way. Tho forests are lu excellent
eondltlun. The most Interesting thin,;
noted was the growth of thousands
of ohla trees lu the How of IS 10. The
new trees lu l'unu are coming up In
fine shape anil It looks us if that dls
trlet would be amply supplied with
trees for many veurs to come, slum
tho places wherii the forests lire grow
ing the thickest arc In spots which
cannot be cultivated.
Illanl, books of all description de
signed and made at the 1.1VKNINO
BULLETIN'S Job Office.
LOCAL kW GENERAL
Q. H. Borrey's office, 33 Campbell bid.
The Klka will have no meeting to
night. A whltcwasher Is wanted. Sec Want
column on page 8.
Lodge I.e I'rogres holds a stated
meeting this evening.
Notice of Onhii Sugar Co , Ltd. ap
pears under New Today.
The Andrew Welch will get away
for San Francisco nbout Friday.
Tho America Mam from San Fran
cisco should nrrlvc here tomorrow.
Assessment notlco of I'ionecr Mill
Co., Ltd. appears' under New Today.
A Mother Ooosc party will be given
by the St. Andrew's Guild on Nov. 9.
Gomes & McTlghe, successors to Ca
marn. & Co., liquor dealers. 93 King st.
Tho battleship Wisconsin sailed for
Pago I'ogo o nSaturday afternoon nt 1
The rase of Dr. H, H. Window cam
up ngaln In the Police Court this fore
noon but wns further continued until
In the football game between tho
Hnrkfihl nnd Punahnu Athletic Club
teams on the Oahti College campus Sat
urday nfte moon last, the latter won by
n score of 22 to 0.
Don't forget Camarlnn. of the Cali
fornia Fruit Market when )ou wart
fruit and vegetables. He aluavs has
on hand a fiesh supply of both Califor
nia and Island fruits, 'telephone Main
Hubert Carlisle formerly nt tho An-i
chor saloon came to town In tho Clau
dine jeslerday from tihalna. Ho Is
now associated with John Itlchardsoti
of Uihalna In the liquor business at
Kev. J. J. Keklpl of llamnkunpoko
lias been arrested on the charge of
Bilultery. Ills rase came up In the
Police Court this forenoon nnd was
continued until tomorrow. J. L. Knu
lukou lins been retained ns his attor
ney Holiday icason Is drawing near nnd
we are fully equipped with n new stock
of mouldings for picture framing, wo
would like to have vour work now ns
we are better prepared to do good work
than when the rush comes. Honolulu
Photo Supply Co.
Quite u licet of sailing vessels made
port here from the Coast Saturday at
tirnoon and vcMonlay. They all mndo
lung trips and report extremely calm
weather until within a day or two of
this pint when fresh winds were mcl
which brought them along.
Wm. Iloopll, n native, was sentenc
ed to fifteen das" Imprisonment nt
bard labor hv Judge Wilcox in tho
Pollie Court this forenoon on the
charge of assault and battery on hU
mother-ln-lnw. The woman has a
very much swolhn rvo ns a result of
the blow given by Iloopll.
Mr. nnd Mrs. S. K. Ka-nc gave a very
plensnnt reception Siturday ufternoe'in
to Itev. Mi. Louo. the new pastor of
Ivaiimnkaplll church. Mrs. Lono and
Itev. nnd Mrs. II. K. Poepoe. The Ka
ne home wns beautifully decoratd
with Hawaiian flags, lion era nnd
greens fresh from the mountains.
A. MrCnllum, n sailor man, appear
ed In the- Police Court this forenoon on
the i barge of vagrancy during n week
or so past. The defendant denied the
allegation, stating that he had arrived
lu the Aornngl Saturday. On this
showing, the ruse was continued until
tomorrow for the purpose of further
I.nulnna, unlike the night blooming
ciieus, dots not Inspire very many
people to pottle utterances but If n
tiul) beautiful sight Is desired, one can
biivii it h) driving along Hie I'nntalun
load on the lower levels. The Ian
tana Is now In full bloom and beauti
ful viirlitliH ma) be seen at the plan,
mentioned. In u few weeks, tho How
em will have disappeared nnd the Ian
tana will then thrust Itself forth again
In all Its offending ugliness.
The bark Olvmplc has caught up to
the si boom r Rosamond ngaln In San
Francisco. The bark arrived In San
Kriimh-tn on the 20th lifter a trip of
11 days from this port. ,As tiro strike
Ik now over it Is possible that tne
vessels will leave San Francisco within
a day or two of each other and this
being the case the long race between
the twuvessels will probably bo taken
up again. .
Mr. Llewi lljn (in) uud Miss Mario
Jenkins were married In St. Andrew'a
Cathedral Saturdu) evening at S
n'i loi k, there being In attendance some
two hundred or more friends of the
young temple. Wra Taylor played
"The Vnli e that Breathed Oe'r Kden"
as the bildnl party marched up the
aisle, u, ,, Tu) lor was bist man and
Miss i:a Jinklns. sister of the bride,
was mald-of-bonoi. Vivian Illchuul
sun wus groomsman and Miss Kdith
Gay. slstei uf the groom, was brides
nuhl. Aiinmpaiiyltig tho bride and
groom wus J, ('. Jenkins, father uf the
bride, who gave the young ludy uwuy.
The i en mini) was performed by Ilev,
V. II. Kite at. "O Promise Mu" was
plawd during the marriage ceremony.
As the bridal part) marched Into the
vestrj, the wedding march from
"Lohengrin" wus plajt-d on the organ.
MANY WILL RETURN.
A greut many well kuown people arc
cxputeil from Snu Francisco In the
Sonoma due to iirrlte here on the 30th
Inst. Of those coming are A. W. Car
ter uud wife, Mrs. J. O. Carter and
daughters, Clarence W. Mucfurlane unil
wife. Miss Kitchen, Mrs. It. Ilalsteud,
Miss A II, taiiklnnd. Dr. It. W. Aniler
sou. A A. Young, Miss J. A. Young.
Kilgur HnlsteHd, A. Oartlcy. J. Mc
Chesne), J. It, Fulton. W. L. Hoppei,
Cupt. Henry Merger, W. J. Lowrle unit
fatiill), Ilev, J. IJsliornu and wife, J
M DoHsctt, Hon A. S. Iliimphre)s,
wire nnd e mill, uv w Ault, v. J
Hutihliis mid Bishop Wlllli.
"I've noticed," sulci the obsetvnilt
girl, "that the big men urn the mott
ilomonsttatlve lu theli love mailing,"
"Perhups,' lemuikecl the wise girl "but
ulter all, girl should never judge u
lover b) his sighs."
THE BIG SHOE
I -J neaily ready for opening to tho
We have been planning many
months to make this store a perfect
one mid aro sure you will think we
have accomplished this when )ou
WATCH THIS SPACE EVERY DAY.
It will have something to say of Inter
est to every man, woman and child
who wear shoes.
Keep your eye on ut; tomethlng't
tjolng to happen.
IWINERNY SHOE STORE
Liberal patronage has marked our efforts to make our BIO
SALE a success and we ex pect n large number of biivers this
Here are some of the Bargains we nre offering, which will
give you nn Idea of the iat o ol reduction. He member that this
sale Is In nil departments o f our big store, nnd that we haven't
the space to Itemize nil on i liberal prices.
Figured Silkoline, 10 cts Pat
terns In nil desirable! shades.
Percale Wrappers An exec Mint
line of these Wrappers; also some
In white lawn, nt greatly reduced
Art Denims, 12 1-2c An un
usually low price for nrtlstlenll)
Wash Materials At great reduc
tion. Ladles' Swltt Ribbed Vests
12 1-2c With or without sleeves,
$1.10 per dozen,
Shirt Waists We are offering
this week great Inducements In la
dles' Shirt Waists. You nied
them; buy them while cheap.
Wash Materials at gr-ut I educ
tions. Kvery ard on sale Is of this
season's materials, and every pat
tern Is of the most tasty design.
Clotlnc Out S.ilo In Straw Hats In this department we
have cut prices regardless of cost lu order tn make the prlvu
low as to Insure an absolute clearance of this stock.
Boys' and Girls' Straw Hat that were 7&c and r,0c, all go nt
25c. Also Ladles' Sailor Straw Hats, only 25c.
Pillow- Covers with backs, at 50c.
8TAMPED LINEN GOOD8
Plain and hemstitched, nt lowest prices.
Linen Tidies stamped 6 In. $.60 doz.
Linen Tidies stamped 9 in. 1.00 doz.
Linen Tidies stamped 12 In. 1.50 doz.
All other sizes In tidies, tiny cloth, tenter prices, scurfs, etc.
ParifiV Itnnnrt Cn MA
U M UVI11V 111V1 t WV, JUllM
PROGRESS BLOCK, FORT ST.
CLINTON J- HUTCHINS,
iiW . If riUTn m
MclNERNY BLOCK, PORT ST.
934 FORT ST.
SEE AD. IN THIS SPACE SATUR
DAY, NOVEMBER 2D. THIS W.LL
8AVE 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 Bulletin Publish
COMMENCING MONDAY, OCTOBER Zlst
I offer tho Handsomest Goods over
Embrnlilcroil Hllk nhlfTnn
reduced from 14.50 to $3.50 a yard
Embroidered Silk Chiffon
rcutieecl from 9.00 to 6 50 a yard
44 Inch velclet Satin Striped Sill. Gauze
iciiuLc'ii irum i.ou 10 1.00 a yard
Slnfilo width Cbenllln Spot SHI; Gauze
re-iiiice-u rrom i.za to 1.00 a yard
Embroidered Silk Net
rodijecMl from 1.50 to 1.00 a yard
Whilst I hllVA hill n nntnmll.l wnnl
T"'' J "'Hr"t;t ... rHue.d prices, havnB OVER Zoi DIFFER-
-... . . . -, , ., , , t.,,1,0 .nu cuLuna 10 onei von,
E. W. Jordan
NO. 10 8TOP.B.
J. H. FISHER
Stock and Bond Brokers.
FIRE ASSOCIATION, of Philadelphia.
WESTERN ASSURANCE CO, of Toronto.
Offices Stangenwald Bldg, Me
HONOLULU STOCK tiXCHANGC
Honolulu. October 3( t&x
MME OF STOCK
. Hrewrr ft Ornpiny i nn tt!
LH.krrr&Co,. LU iooo
twi cunution Co ... J coo mo
Ha mm I'UntttlonCo , ifno' too
HawatlanAfrrlculturilCo I ooo,om too
Hawaiian Lorn &Su Co a jimjo too
Hawaiian ivjir rj .,
Honomu t(tr Co
Honokaa Smzar Co
KlfMi riant Ca Ltd
Koloa Suaar Co
Kona upir (In .
-3 rro) loo!
t e onol 90
VCOTtt) lOol ,
( 63e,n t.
. t loL
,tcr onn loo
ohu Suijar Co ,
(iomta Sugar Co
rkaU Supar Plan Co
1 ooo.txw n
jlaa SuCo Lid, pi up r $n,nn
P.juriiu 5j I'l.n do
Pacific Sufir Mill.
Pali I'l.nuilon Co ...
Wpwkfo Sue.r Co
Plon.tr Mill Co .
I'lon.r Mill Co Aims
Wutui Ajtr Co .
W.iluku Sugar Co . .
vValmanalo Sciai Co
S rue ecj. $cl
t tlA oun lool
4 S,,090 lJ
n .1111,1 mm ..o .
V dr St.antnlp Co
,laallan tlffrlr Cn '
Hon MaplJ T It lanJCol ,.,,,
Mutual f.l.phon Co .. ' ,,
O.hu Dw J. I ..I -. F
P.opl. let c K It Co
First National Bank ..
First A. S UinWScT.Co
H1I0 P ,Co trtrrnnl
Ion haril Transit
Fa Planiat'n 6 p.rcnit1
tiinu Plantation 6 pc
Claa Plantation 6 or. ,
Wal.tua Asrlcul pc '
Hiih-s :' Wnlalim. T.O, S Wnlalii.t,
V.ILLARU E. BreOWN,
fialstead & Go:,
on Sugai Securitiei
407 Fort Street.
Stock and Bond Exchange.
Stock and Bond Broker
Member of Honolulu Stock Exdiugs
OrJe-rs lor the purchase or sale of itockt
anQ bonds carefully anj promptly enecutsii.
Loans negotiated. '
Ground Floor, Judd Bulldlnc.
Postoflice Box 300. Telephon. ro.
IN REAL E8TATE. NET
TING THE PURCHASEH
12" per annum, li of
JUDO & COMPANY, LTD.
30T StnnUcnwuld Building.
and : : : :
shown, as follows:
reduced from 1.00 to .7$ a yarsl
reduced from 6 SO to 5.00 a yattf
Puffed Silk Mull
reduced from 3.50 to 2.50 a yartf
reduced from 2.50 to 2.00 a yarsl
Colored Silk Grenniltno
eauceei rrom 1.00 to .75 a varl
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