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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, If. T., TL'KdtJAY, OCT01IKK 29. 1901
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BHO.INS FRHMN, NOVEHIJER 1st
Sale . , .
Big Reduction Sale
BEdlNS FRIDAY, NOVEflBKR jst
ilSS B" R EHLERS
Coolness and Comfort in the
Fiercest Heat - of Summer.
Is a dry mineral powder mixed with water only.
It is being usd 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 !
rS '. -.-i '
k is ,: v
Tin- worM-famous We-listcr's
UnnbrhlKcel UiKtlonary, which for
merly I el n I led at $15 wee nrei'now
selling at $7.50. Iile-ntk-ally the
bamu In vvcrj way.
Made on the IrlnnJ of Hawaii ami
received by every steamer.
A really fine creamery butter of
delicate flavor, and preferable to
the Imported article. The prke
H. MAY & GO.
BOSTON BOCK, FORT ST.
Tell. 22, 24, 92. P. O. box 386.
We mnKo Hartshorn Wlndoq
Shades In all hIzck, and uuy color of
Thoy nro th prettiest and lit-r.t-wcarlnt;
Shades to bo found anywhere
1 .ml lea require many rliaoKen of
(UjIIiIuk; there Is il demand for ijci
In which to put tblmjR away. A Chif
fonier Is necessary In over) home,
and c have a Mock of them that will
put a finish to the appearance of your
Besides the handsome
which wo advertised last vveel;, wo
have a beautiful stock of
of the very prettiest designs, and at
very low prices.
J. HOPP r CO.,
The Leading Furniture Dealers.
& CO., Fort St.
i : t
: !l" !c
; .' !r
Food alone win not always
iiiako one strong. In this ell
mate the bstem needs a tonic,
somfthliiK to kIvu vlra, vlKur
and life. There's inoro trul.i
than poetry about "that tlrod
leelhiK." About ten out of cv-
cry ten have It. It's simply na-
ture crnvlng for somethlnR II
doesn't net fiom ordlnnry food.
1- flood malt extracts are high
ly recommended by physicians
for a run-down condition. Much
dt fiends, houeU'r, whether you
set the real (train extract. Why
then tnke chances when yon
can Ret the best? That's
Iliewed from teleeted tarley.
Kvery bottle mil of micngth-
giving nutriment It's, beneficial
effects will be felt nt cJncu. It
-will give ou Iiii. ,-nersy and
restored strength. Insist on got-
Hug R-O-Y-A-L nnd accept nono
"Just as good.
POUT AND KINO
M. Phillips & Co.
Wholesale Importers and Jobbers.
European and American Dry Goods.
Fort and Queen 8ts.
H. HackfeicU Co., Ltd,
General Commission Agents.
Cor. Fort and Queen Street, Honolulu.
THIS SPACe RESERVED FOR
J. D. AVERY,
jcneral Reporting and typewriting.
Second floor Klite Did?.. Hotel St.
At office 9 to E:45; Tel.'Maln 76.
At house evenings; Tel. Bluo 2611.
Ullo.-Oct. 2-r.. W. V. Drake. c1IvIb!-ii:
deptiiy In the orflce of the Uul'cetof
of Intcinnl Hevenue, Is in lillo this
week making his rejsular rrmml In the
Interest of the revenues of the United
States. He came through the Koliab
and Itamakua districts last wenu and
win uu in nun nuu vicinity tor ,u
least two more weeks. Speakli: uf
the affairs of liquor dealers la till
illKtrlct, Mr. Druid! commended th
methods of the wholesalers, saylnp
that he found everything all right n
all of these establishment. Taking
tho district ns a whole, from I.nuui
hoehoa down, he said there vveio n
Eooel many denlers lmvljt business
with tho department who would havo
to square themselves to avoid trouble.
In this connection Mr. Drake observed
that these dealers would And an ex
perience In the Federal Court a totally
different affair from one in the District
Through Kohnln nnd Hamnktiu Mr.
Drake) found most of the people who
had business with the Hevenue De
partment in good shape. The end of
tin) fiscal year with this department Is
July 1 nnd nil special tnxes are due at
that time, no matter what the date ol
tho previous payment ma"y have been
Tho penalty tor a failure to pay the
ax during the month of July Is CO
per cent of the tnc, nnd Mr. Dinke If
finding a good many f.d-per-tetiters ou
Mr, Drake says that the leieinimen
datlon of Collector Chamberlain that
there be two districts made ot the Ha
waiian Territory has been nppiou-d
y the Itevenuo Agent for the West
tii Division, but hns not been npted
upon "yet at TwishlnKlon. If the ad
ditional district is made, the Islands of
jaini, hnual and .v.oloknl will com
pose District No. 1. Hawaii and Muul
District No. 2. Tribune.
South is Aroused
Over Color Line
Washington, Ou. 17,- l'usldent
ltoosevelt shocked bis recently ac
quired Southern friends nnd ndmlrers
uy enteftainlng at dinner last evening
iJooker T. Washington, the colored
nend of Tiiskogee Institute. Southern
pen generally feel thnt the President
should not. In the face ot his ucclara-1
Ions ol irlendllnesM toward their sic
tloh, hnve thus p.lrly shown suilr
aiarl.nl (ourtesy to n colored man.
There Is but nno similar lntaucp
within recollection when )'rsons or
olnred blood dined nt the White
limine. That was when Queen l.lllu
.iknlnn! visited this country to uslsi.
the proposed nnnexntlou of the Ha
waiian Islands anil was entertained
iX dinner hylrcnldiit Cleveland. For
ner J'reslclenls retrained I him glvlnc
llnner Invltnttons to such negro lead
areas Frederic", Douglas, D. K. Ilnice
D. 1). Illllott, II. II. Splnehbnck nnd
iSlshop Tinner. These rind' other
prominent members of the coloted
race. occupying ofllclal positions were
invited to public leceptlons nt the
White House nnd nlunys went with,
out exciting comment.
What effect the dining of Hooker T.
Washington by President Rousevi-lt
will have iiion his Southern policy Is
unccrtnln, but it is nredicted thnt It
will drive from him some of his tiew i
allies. When the Southern delegation
tailed upon him a few days ago In
connection with a Federal uppolntment
30 took oecnslou to remark that "the
color of a mans sidn should not oper
ate to his advantage or disadvantage
in an appointment or a removal fiom
office." Piesldent ..oosevolt appar
ently Intends to apply the same nile
at his dinner table.
Dispatches iecelvvi. here from the
.ltlutli tonlgiii show that theie Is gleat
'xcltement among the President's new
o I It ka I fi lends over the lact that he
ad u black man to dinner. Southern
mumbers of Congiess who are here
altlclzo the Piesldent, but no one will
permit the use- of bis name In ounce-
Ion with these criticisms. One ol
hem, n llcprcsentatlvc fiom Louis
Innn, said that this dinner Incident
would undo. all the good the Piesldent
had accomplished in appointing former
Governor Junes I'nlttd States Judge
(MI If III KONA
llllo. Oct. 2.".. Carl Smith returned
Tuesday from Kohala, coming over
land, Last week Mr. Smith was en
gaged In the trial of civil cases In the
AOhnla court. The case ol Nettle L.
Scott vs. Nuhale wuu tiled for the
.wentletb time nnd resulted In n ver
dict for the defendant. The ease was
rirst tried In 18UI and has been tried
over ami over uu various points twen
ty times, two or three of which wri
In the Supreme Court. Tho nlaliitln
originally naked lor 2nfi damages for
uiegrii injury lo crop oy the delend
ant't, cattle. Tiie costs on both sides
have piled up to n prodigious tlguiu.
The case ol Kola vs. Pala for dam
ages, on account of deiendautV Inter
erencu with uu nnelent water rigb'
was decided In iiivor of tin- plaintiff,
ilamages of $lfW and costs vvers
In the c-nse of Mis. Vowell vs. J. L.
Coeiper, replevin on twenty bead u'
tattle, and damages, the plaintiff won.
Tbuso enttlu were a picseiit to .Mrs.
Yovvell and wero sold to Coeiper ny
Mr. Yowtll, her husband, who claim
ed that anything coming Into u wlfn'r
oossesslou after marriage belonged to
the husband. Kegurdlens of this claim,
the wife recovered her cuttle and ji
A criminal case came up from K'nu
on uppeul In which the n-cord wak
made In the Huwullau language. On
motion of tho defendant!) couusel, the
cusO was dismissed on the ground that
there was nothing befoiu the Cciuit
The Organic: Act requiring court rec
ords to be made In Kngllsh whs the
basis uf the; motion.
The three Japanese who testilled
against Ueama, charged with embez
zlement, were bound over to the
(Irani! Jurv ou tile churgu of perjury
One gave bull and two went to Jail to
await tiie convening of the flraiul
Jur six mouths heucu. Trlbuuu.
(!co. Ilaffuer, the Jeweler, has re
moved to No. 1112. Masonic Temple.
Aay whli DruKVl Invek
tlEalc. Sn4 for "Hook
Uo. " AJJctbl
PIRHCU VLUCTKIC CO.
620 M'-ktt St.. b. P.
. OAlvt .
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Q. II, flcrrey'g office, .13 Campbell bid
Phaeton wit!) new rubber tires. fen
lor Hurl column.
A purse has been found See Found
column on pugn s,
The schooner Kcllpie from Kona
ports Is due this evening.
Domes & McTlghc, successors to Ca
mnra & Co., liquor dealers. 95 King St.
Administrator's notice of the estate
of Kalana Knhale under New Today.
A great amount of freight delayed
the salting of the Manna I.o.i until nf
ttr 1 o'clock today.
The steamer Klnau with tniin pas
sengers Including the members of the
Ilarnnrd Circus Co. left at noon
A new ll.ig for dipt. (lo. Murray
who will take the llrltlih ship Kinross
at Ijihalna was sent to him In the
Captnln Merry, cmnmatiiliiiit of the
Naval Station here, exports to lie hark
In Honolulu during the early part nf
The ndjouri -A annual meeting of thn
stockholders nf Makanel! Corfie Co.,
Ltd. will be held Nov. l.'l. See untie
under New Today.
.1. P. Cooke, W. 11. Hoiks. f II. I.uN
kin. F, W, Damon and P. Cockctt are
among the passengers hooked to leave
this evening in t lie Claudlno
Win. Thompson of Then, II. Dnvles
& Co., writes to n friend In the city
that he and Ills bride will be In Hono
lulu nn the Ktrumer of November 0.
The ejectment suit of II Kstato vs.
Mele, nfter several days' trial, ended In
a mistrial last night. The Jury could
not ngrre. At midnight the special
The new Joint si-hi'ilule for I!"i2"rif
Sailing dates of the I'. M. H. S. Co., T.
h.'K., nnd O. O. K. S. Co Is nut and
irady for distribution at the unices nf
II. Hackfchl .. Co.
Attorney Thompson moved for a
nonsuit In llrown vs. Davidson ut at.,
the plumbers' case, this morning after
plaintiff had rested. Judge Kstei- de
nied the motion after It had been ar
gued ut length. i
The police ollleers lUtall-d to tbe
Lew em home last evening, did excel
lent work. Thev kept the inirlagis
"","K '""' Pr'nted blockaibs by
hacks anil other vehicles. Hack In
ipcctor Sam Mai-.v was In charge In
the Leweis yard.
Holiday ensim Is drawing near and
we aie fully iqulinied with a new stock
of mouldings for picture framing, wo
wcttld like to have jour work now iib
we lire bettir pre-jnreil to do good work
than when tho rush conies, Honolulu
Photo Supply Co.
' Fighting lltili" Fviiii", Hear diiilr
nl. Is In lug extensively entertained by
.be Nav) men statluued herer 'Proml
nciu among his ciitHrtnlmTS Is Caut.
Merry who has seen service with Ilenr
Admiral Kvnns and who was w minded
badly at the same time.
Kplsccipnlluns of the city are of the
opinion that no ore among the local
Episcopal clcrg) will be miim-d lllshop
for the rcirltory of Hawaii. The tire
vailing" Impression se-cms to lw that an
American lllshop who has seen long
service on the Mainland will be sent
There was u small blaze on" the sec
end Hour of a Chinese store on l.lllha.
near King stre-et. at about :t oVloc Ic Ibis
morning. The department was called
out but the flumes were extinguished
by people on the premises before' the.
iniviil of the lire laddies, The ilainag(
vviiB veiy slight.
At the meeting of tliy ltfpubllcan
Territorial Committee: yesterday after.
.noon. -I. I' Cooke Introduci'il a lemlu-
foil toll tli e t that a petition he scut
to Congiess, calling for a n-apportlon-rue-lit
of members of the Senate. It was
finally wltliitiawu before jn. aitlou
(ould be taken. t
There will lie a "Mother (Incise" lawn
pinty by the ladles of the guild of thd
Second Congregation of St. Andrew's
congregation nt the home of Dr. and
Mrs. John S. Mi drew, corner of Luna-
Illo and lliickfclil streets, November 9.
There will be u great number (if very
Interc sting features.
One- of lie wlies of the Hnwailau
ICIic trie Co. dropped across a telephone
tvirci in rrout of the Metropolitan Meat
t'o.'s market last evening. Naturally
there was u gre-at deal of excitement.
The daiigeioiis wire fell on the curb In
a damp place mid was finally cut by
line men. Police uttlei-rs guarded til
place In order thnt no one might be
.Mail) people ale taking adviintagle
Of the liiaiieh linn of the Rapid Transit
company up Manou vullej. Yester.dny
the ear was crowd) i! n neiic-h trip. For
some unexplained teuton the inolor
tiiaii anil conductor wire left ou duty
without ridlef from e.crl.v morning un
Ml near!) (i o'clock. In the luai-lug
air of the vii I If) their appetites wile
gleatl) lllllirilYld and when tint were
'relieved the) relished their sup'pers.
P0lU' IIBAI.TII COOD.
London, Oct, :'n. A illripalch to the
Dull) News from Home sb)h: lucpilry
at the Vutlcuu regarding the reiterat
ed rcjHirtri tnnt the Pope Is serlnusly
ill elicited mi assurance that they wero
absolutely untrue, Dr. Lappuul, the
Pope's ph)htclnn, visited the Vatlcun
oi: Sunday morning, the first time
blnee- FridH), The Piqie old not r
eelve him, sending him message hcj
was quite will and too bus) to tee him.
Dr. laipponl wice re-iii-sted to cull ou
I'uesdny. It Is stated that when the
Pope was informed of the rumors that
am current he saiu:
"I' suppose tin re Is again a scarcity
of sensational news; but have yet
much work to do."
'I he Home i-orrcspeiudciit of the
Chronicle says he Is IniornieU by a
high official at the Vatican thai ill
though the I 'ope is not exactly ill he
u.is been In railing hvaltn lor the past
low months. Hit Is so easll) tatlgued
.iiilt he Moos nut i ell-biuto muss except
uu tare occasions, and he walks In the
Vatican garden much seldumer than
was his wont. He Is able to continue
giving uiidb'uces, .i. vlsltoi.i until e
that his face has Inst Its vlvuclty and
his memory Is Ichh tenacious. ICficct
Ivo direction of nlTalrs has passed com
plete!) Into the hands of Cardinal Itaiu
polla, Papal Secretary oi Stato.
will take place the latter part of this
week. We will let you know the day
The store, will be open from 2 to 9
ocloek p. m. on the Opening Day, so
that everybody may come and see us
and we want to see all the school chil
dren. Just think, among the other
thlnss we are going to do It to
GIVE AWAY FREE
Twelve Pairs of Shoes.
All you have to do It to
Opening and we will fjlve
which may win a pair
shoes. No shoes w,n be
M'lBERNY SHOE STORE
H I AST
Liberal patronage has marked our efforts to make our BIG'
SALE a success nnd we cxpccl n la rue number of hovers this
Here are tome of the Oargalnt we ate offering, which will
give .von an Idea of the rate ol lecliictlon. Itememhcr that thl.i
sale Is In nil departments of our big stole, nnd that we haven't
the spice to Itemize nil our llheinl prices.
Figured Sllkollne. 10 cL Pat
terns in all desirable shinies.
Percale Wrappert An excellent
lino of these Wrnppers; nlso some
In white lawn, ut greatly lediiced
Art Denlrrs, 12 1-2e An tin
'usually low pi lee for aitlstlcall)
Wash Materlalt Al great reduc
tion. Ladle' Swltt Ribbed Vettt
12 1-2c With or without sleeves,
Jl.in per dozen,
i 8hlrt Waists We nre eiffcilng
this week gnat Indue ements III, la
dles' Shirt Walstii. You need
them; buy them while cheap.
Wath Materlalt at si "at leduc
tloiiH. Kveiy ard ou sale Is of this
season's materials, mid every pat
tern Is of the most tasty design.
Closing Out Silo In Straw Hatt 111 this department wo
have cut prices regal diets of cost III order to make the price so
low as to Insure nn ubsulti t clearance of tills stock.
Boyt' and Girls' Straw Hatt that were "fie nnd 'ie, all go at
25c. A I o laidles' Sailor S tlaw Hats, only 25c.
Pillow Covers with hacks, at 50c.
STAMPED LINEN GOODS
Plain ami hemstitched, at lowest prh e.
Linen Tidlet stamped 6 In. $.60 doz.
Linen Tidies stamped 9 In. 1.00 doz. t '
Linen Tldiet itamped 12 in. 1.50 doz.
All other sires In tidies tray cloth, e enter prices, scarfs, etc-
Pacific Import Co., Ltd.,
PROGRESS BLOCK, FORT ST.
CLINTON J- HUTCHINS,
c?'.'.'"' J o. -M
FIRE aJv "f MARINE
MclNERNY BLOCK. FORT ST.
934 FORT ST.
SEE AD. IN THIS SPACE SATUR
DAY, NOVEMBER 2D. THI8 WILL
SAVE MANY DOLLARS TO ALL
WHO BUY BOOKS, STATIONERY,
LANK BOOKS, TOYS AND SCHOOL
J. M. WEBB
Blank hooks of all sorts, lodgers, etc
manufactured by the Ilullelliv Publish,
come to the
you a ticket
of fine new
COMMENCING MONDAY, OCTOBER 21st
roffc't; tho ilHndnome.Bt Oemilri over t-heiAii, in follown
KintinililiTiM iMlk Chiffon
ii-iiiit-i-ii iruiji av,,9u o 9j.m a yard
llinhiiilclc-rc-il Sill. I'lilffon
rccluiid frnin 9 00 to 6.50 a yard
4llni'h vvlih Sullii rftrliiccl Silk lliiuzo
rviliii-iil finiii 1.50 to 1.00 a yard
riltiKln wlcllh Chi'iilllo Hiut Hill, CIhiixo
ri'iiuevei riiiui 1.25 to 1.00 a yard
IIiiiliiuliliTcMl Kilt, Net
re-ilUL'e-il from 1.50-to
1.00 a yard
WllllHt I lllll li llllll a blllulllllll
Itnil tu I'lintiniiu tin bulo ut tho riiliii-od iirlco. hiivinK OVER 200 DIFFER
ENT STYLES, PATTERN8 and COLORS tu oflVr )oti. At
E. W. Jordan
NO. 10 KTOItli.
J. H. FISHER
Slock and Bond Brokers.
FIRE ASSOCIATION, of Philadelphia.
iVESTERN ASSURANCE CO, of Toronto.
HONOLULU STOCK tiXCIIANGE
Honolulu, Octobers), jo
N.VMK OF STOCK ' S".";! Its!
C. tlrr tk Cnmr.nv
US .chDO.Cofl 1
L.II. Ktir i Co., LU-. I
Ewl Pl.nlailon Co '
Iflmcta I'lint.llonCo .
It iwallin Lcm Si Su Co.
Htwilun Suj.f Co
Honoiru Suzar Co . .
tlonokaa Sugar Co .. .
Ha'mi sua;ar Co .....
Kanulei planlallon Co
KIIki plant Co Ltl,
Kleahulu Sj(tai Co
Koloa Sugar Co ,
Kin Sugar Co.. ai I
Mf llr,J.Sn fn I .,..,
ti up ) !
ra t'p J
O.hu Sueal Co , .
t-i3na SugarCo . . i
OmiU Sugar Plan Co
Oia .Su. Co., Lll , ail
Olaa StiCoLii. pi up , i
i ruunsu u ,-ian, 1.0 !
Pacific Sugar All I.. ..
,-aia t-.aniaiion vj . ..
Plontrr Mill Co
I'lonrrr Mill Co. Aim '
Walluku Sugar Co.. ...
W.lmdnal.1 Vn.n &n
Waluwa Mill Cv
Wl Jar Sttamthlp Co .
.faa-al'an l-u.,i r.
Hon. Hapll T.& lanJCol
Mutual rtlrphon Co .
Oahu Ry A. LanJ Co 1 ,
H.opla'a In h H Ig Co'
, .. BANKS. I
Flrat National Bank ..
FI'MA.S Hanks: T. Col.
HawallanU'iv s par cam..
HllO It. ft. Tn. htarr.,1
H1I0P. R,Co.tp,rcant '
non. Kapia anll . ., .
ta llanlAl n ft r.r r.n.l
OihuK Land Co pre '.
Ildhu Pla.f.llnn A n f I
wi,i r-i.niaiinn B,t.
V.ILLAKD E. nrlOW.V,
Halstead & Go;,
on Sugai Securities
407 Fort Street.
Stock and Bond Exchange.
Stock and Bond Broker
Member of Honolulu Stock Exchange
Orders lor the purchase or sale of sUxici
ana bonds carefully-and promptly cxecultJ.
Ground Floor, Judd BuflJInt.
Postofhce Box 393. Telephone 160.
IN REAL ESTATE, NET
TING THE PURCHASER
12" per annum, It of
JUDD & COMPANY, LTD.
a07 Stanficnwnld HulldlnjJ.
and : : : :
rcilui-i d from 1.00 to
.75 a yard
5.00 a yar
20 a yard
2.00 a yard
tvdtircil from 6.50 to
I'nffi'd SIIK Mull
ri'ilucvil frcim 3.50 to
ix-iliiciM from 2.50 to
lOoleifOil rillk (Iri'iiaillnf
rvtluciM from 1.00 to
,75 a yacf
VVt-uk'H Mill! alf SILKS AND RAT I MR I I.,