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EVEN1NQ BULLETIN, HONQLULP, H. T WEDNESDAY, OCT. 30. 1&0I.
UI-dlNS FRIDAY, NOVEnBRR 1st
Big Reduction Sale
BEGINS FRIDAY, NOVEHBER l st
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;
IS BUT A PRINTED
FORM OF A'
Made on tlio Island or Hawaii and
received by every steamer.
A really line creamery butter of
delicate flavor, and preferable to
the Imported article. Tho price
pep p o ii n l.
H. MAY & GO.
BOSTON BOCK, FORT ST.
Tel. 22, 24, 92. P. O. box 386.
We nial.D iluitsliorn Window
Shades In all tdzes, and Any color of
They are tho picttlegt and best
wcarlnK Shades to be fouud anywhere
Ladle's require many chaiiKes of
clcithlnii; there Is u demand for Hpaco
In which to put things away. A Chif
fonier Is necessary In etve-iy home,
and we have a stock of them that will
put a finish to the appearance of jour
llesMes tho handsome
which we adveitlbPd last week, we
have a "beautiful stock of
of the very piettlest designs, ami at
very low prices.
J. HOPP & CO.,
Tho Leading Furniture Dealers.
Sale ... 5
& CO., Fort St.
Our tuni.iltliiii to ou Mlst.r
(.'UHtoinrr In In i-iimnate oiu .-Ie-llcin
or Holiday floods. Iln- f"
line with thorn- sole i'Iinvli'if.
Vi lini Hie decUInn to jou.
l.nrRM- Htm-li, larger stDitK thrn
eier iH'fuic. V hae two nw.
ciinnei-te-d liy n IiIr arc) loor )
Wall, Nichols Co., Ltd.
j Tood nlonc ni,. net nlwayp
make one stionn In tills ell-
mate the tystem needs a tonic,
somethlnK to rvi 1iu, lgor
and lire. TIhtm's more trui.i
than poetry about that tired
feelliiK." About ten out of ev-
ery ten ban- It. It's hlmply na-
tine navInK for somethlnR II
doesn't gut from ordinary food.
Good malt t-xtrnctR ara high-
ly recommended by physicians
for a run-down condition. Much
depends, Iionpwr. whether you
Ket tho real grain extract. Why
then take chancs when you
-can get the ben That's
Iliewcd from select ed barley.
: Every bottle full of strength
giving nutriment. It's benellclal
effects will be felt nt once. It
will glvo you vim energy and
restored strength. Insist on get-
ting R-o-Y-A-L and accept none
"Just as good.
PORT AND KINQ
M. Phillips & Co.
Wholesale Importers and Jobbers.
European and American Dry Goods.
Fort and Queen St..
H. HackfehU Co., Ltd.
General Commission Agents.
Cor. Fort and Queen Streets, Honolulu.
THIS SPACt RESERVED FOR
J. D. AVERY,
jeneral Reporting and Typewriting.
Second llwr Elite lilds.. Hotel St.
At office 9 to 5:45; Tel. Main 7G.
At house evenings; Tel. Illue 2Cil.
i m rain
REPORT OF MASTER
ON TRUSTEE'S ACCOUNT
Income of Lanai Ranch is Small on
Account of Not Receiving
the Wool Clip
W. (I. Ashley has filed a master' re
port on the first annual account of Da
vld Dayton, trustee of the estate of
tho Into W. M. Gibson, covering n
period from October 4, 1'JUO, to October
ii", 1901. Receipts amounted to $16,'
2C2.I9 and disbursements $9188.8.131.52. Of
I fin receipts $12,512.19 Is from the pro
bate court upon the resignation of the
"Tho expenditures arc large," sa8
'ho report, "ns compared with the sear
ly Income, but nre payments In full for
.ill outstanding accounts against the
sstate." Income of the Liiiinl ranch
yielded $2"."i0, which the master says
appears small but explains that return!
have not been received for shipments
of wool abroad properly belonging to
Ch.irgrs of $.".s;.l'0 for commission
aro found correct.
Tho Inventory shows fho valuation
of the estate as $73,000. the estate con
sisting of one undivided and unincum
bered third of the fee slmplo and lease
hold Inteiests on the Island of Lanal,
known ns the Iinal Itnncli, Including
a one-third Interest in all live stm-k
and other chattels thereon, rained nt
$70,000, . nml ii homestead situate at
Lahalna, Island of Maul, known as
Laulkelia, valued at llouo.
THE MIR oOil
The Oceanic steamer Sonoma, flvo
dais and twenty hours iruu San
l-'ruwlncn, in lived alongside Hit
Oceanic wharf shoitly 'beioi i iiotui
loda. She lelt San Francisco live
hours late and for the first Hi ty six
uours epenenced very rough weather
ami high winds. After that the weath
cr moderated, mid the vessel made u
good run to port, hne brings many
passengers tor this city uud has imui
jiassengers tbrouga lor Pago I'ngo and
Among the tcirough passengeis at
Cominnmler 1J. F. Tllley, I'. S. X.
Itovemor of Tutiilla, with his wife,
Nicholas J. Weaver Is also on his vvav
Last evening the passengers enjoyed
a concert given In the llrst cabin, al
which the following program was ren
1. overture. Hawaiian Airs ...'...'."
2. Solo, Dear Ilenit ... Mrs. uilgour
S. Descriptive hong. The J.ittlo
Hero Itev. Mr.rAult
4. Soprano Solo, Ave Maria (flou-
nod) Mrs. Ward
5. Song, The bleeping Camp
Iter. Father Alnsworth
6. Hvcltatlon, The Last Hymn ....
Mrs. A. Fo3
7. Song. The Quaker... Mr. Lindsay
S. Song. For All eternity
Iter. Mr. Aull
9. Verse, Lines Written In Memory
of King Kalakaua
('apt. Van Oferendorp
10. Vocal Solo, Sing, Sweet Mini ..
' Mrs. Kllgour
11. Song. S,eectcd Mrs. Wnn
12. Comic Song. Itorv O'.uorn ....
Iter. Father Alnsworth
Miss l.owrie. l-rof. Ilerger
The Sonoma biought several lliou
sand llsli lor Hawaiian waters, whlcl.
came In n largo lion tank. They will
bo kept .hero until they attain hal
their glow th. and then will be liberal
cd to tlnd homes for themselves Ir
these waters. The lish are black bast
and are splendid eating.
The Sonoma win sail for the Colo
nles this evening at fi o'clock.
Will 11 II IE
Suu Fianclsco, Oct. 21. According to
thu announcement ruude yesterday by
Mrs. Hubert Wutson of this city, K. 0
Mucfurl.inn of Honolulu, who Is known
as the most genial of hosts nnd com
panions to the clubmen and society
folk of S.iii Fruuclsco, Is to marry thai
lady's charming daughter, Miss Flor
ence I. llalllugcr. The announcement
of the betrothal was bent to the Chron
icle b Mis. Wutson In the follow In?
"Mrs. Itobeit Wutson announces the
"ngugement of her daughter, Miss
Floieme I, Hulllnger. to Edward C.
Mucfarlaue. Miss Uulllngcr Is a daugh
ter of the late Frank J. Halllngcr, a
well-known Journalist of this city. Mr
Macfurhino Is a prominent buslncsii
man of Honolulu. Tho dato of the
wedding bus not jot been set."
Miss Hulllnger Is u graduate of the
'Jlrls' High School and is popular
imong a largo circle of friends In Mis
sion society. She has alwayH been con
sidered u beauty and Is credited with
helug one of the prettiest of the girls
whose homes ure In that section of the
Miss Hulllnger whs not at the homo
nf her mother, Mrs. Watson, last even
ing, being out of town for n few days,
'jnd Mrs. Wutson was unwilling to add.
any further iletulls to her formal an
nouncement of her daughter's engage
ment. Colonel (leorgo Mucfnrlano, brother
of K. C. Macfarlano. was seen nt the
California Hotel luBt evening, but did
not wish to discuss his brother's nf-
fairs. Ho would neither affirm nor
deny any knowledge of tho engage
mrnt, hut suggested that It would lie
well before making the annouiurmcn
to secure his brother's consent lo lis
publication. He said lie hail heard
rumors of the betrothal while Mist
Dalllnger was In Honolulu, but did not
believe In giving crcdenro to men
gossip In matter of this sort.
m JIM PE01
LOCAL AND GENERAL
There was nothing doing .it t'licuit
Court thnmbers today.
Wm. Vldn Has been nppolutoJ an of
fleer of the Police Court.
Mrs. C. S-. Desky was Improved Id
health nt latest accounts.
The regulnr meeting of the Board of
Health Is due nt 3 o'clock.
Chris Juhnsen's new boat will be
ready for trial on Sunday next.
Tho Federal trial Jury Is excused un
til 10 o'clock Friday morning.
Public land notice for homestead
leases nppcars under New Today.
Auction sale of sundries tomorrow at
10 a. in. See J. F. Morgan's column.
A seamstress Is wanted at room N'n.
8, Iloston building. Sec Wat.t column
on page S,
Commodoro Weaver of yacht N'oima
fame, Is a tluough passenger In Hi
Sonoma lor Sidney.
Jas. F. Morgan will hold an auction
sale of di-y goods and notions tomor
row. See nil on page 8.
Wivk of planting Is going on nt On
kala and I'nniihnu. At the former place
five Inches of rain has fallen.
There will be an auction of the leasn
tor poitlou of the Ahupuaa of I.ualuv
lei. See notice under New Today.
Lewis & Co, lecelved a large ship
ment of lie house ;odo oil tlie Soli')
ma tid.iy. See ml In H't issnuo.
tj. II. Ilerrcy will give n smoker to
his gentleman friends nt hi. rcsldeiue
I'llliol nnd Matlock fatrccts on I lie
evening of November n.
The Hobion Drug Co. Is making a
run on Coke's Dandruff Cine. Samples
itre to bo given nwny Fliday and Sat
urday. See nil In this Issue.
At 10 o'clock tho Jury In the plumb
ing case had not returned, and after
somo routine business Judge Hstec or
dered recess till further notice.
Mrs. -Mary Under, mother of W. II.
Ooctz of the Advertiser mechanical
stalT, arrived In tho Sonoma this morn
!uf on a visit to her son nnd his wife.
During the absence of Abraham Fer
nandez from tho Territory, N. Fernan
dez will act for him under full povvci
of attorney. Sec notice under New To
day. There Is reason to think tho plumb
crs who lost their ensu this inoinin
will carry nn appeal right thiougli 1 1
ho Fedeial Supremo Court II necv
Tho Honolulu Athletic Club loolball
cam Is having a very haul time. 'I lie
aoys are now shy boih hnlfbaeUa at. 1
Jiere teems to be no lift in the
Judge Dlcl.ey has been bro.icheU
about taking charge or ilia-- Pollen
i 'uurt work for a short tlim but hu
lues not look favorably on the piopu
sitlon. Peach nnd Apple Jark (brandy),
.'mm old Kentucky, for Southerners
iiiil others, at the Hncorc Saloon,
northwest lorner Nuuanu and Hotel
.1. J. Dunne, Abslstant District At
torney, formally piescnted tho com
mission of Hugene 11. Hendry as Unit
;d States Marshal before Judge Hstce
Judge Kstce this morning ordered
that all poisons under Indlctpicnt or
ronds must be presented or appear In
-he United States District Cotilt at 10
a'clock tomoiiow morning.
Somo enterprising hunters have senl
to Moloknl for some California mouu
tain ipiall which they Intend .to lei
loose on the other side of this Island.
There art no quail on this Island.
Dr. 11. Vincrrt .Mil, ray left 'in tlo
Hongkong Marif for Shanghai where
ie goes for an Ind'-fliilte stay In con
ic-jtlon with tho new life Insurant
ompany lu which he Is largely Inter
ested. A Japanese vendor of flowers who
lives near tho Poepoo home on Kua
lnl stieet, has succeeded lu raising
'lirysauthemums as lnigu as tbohc
iien on tho Coast. Ho Is meeting with
i leady sale of tho plants on the
Captain II. F. Tllley, who is so soon
to be cotirtmnrtlaled In Samoa, Is a
through passenger In the Sonoma. He
will arrlvn at Tutulla a few days pre
vious to tho Soluco which will carry
.'he members of tho naval court.
It Is very probable that, on tho re
urn of Judge Fitfpr from the. Mala
Mid, George Sen will Lc mm'o bailiff
)f the Supreme Court. He has thn
acklng of nearly the whole liar Asso
Intlon. Furthermore, Mr. Sea has no
Geo, Frecland, manager of tho Pio
neer Hotel Co. at Lahalna, Is In the
city and Is stopping nt tho New lira
on Fort, He Is here for the purpose of
tiurchaslng supplies and furniture for
tho hotel and will return to lahalna
Holiday season Is drawing near and
wo are fully equipped with a new stock
if mouldings for plctuie framing, we
.vould like to have your work now'as
wo ure better prepared to do good work
than when the rush comes, Honolulu
Photo Supply Co.
Clarence '.Macrailane with his vvifj
irilved lu tho Sonoma this morning.
Ho denies that ho had to walk to San
Francisco after tho yacht races and
alllrms that tho last raco fixed him all
right. Mr. Macfarlnne went caBt tn
seo tho Shamrock lift the cup.
Kugeno Dovaiichelle. who hm m
lato been making tho majority of or-
rescs on me ennrgo or selling liquet
without a license, arrested a native
woman last night on the samo charge
Slneo his first batch ot arrests, ho has
succeeded In making a very fow, bo
cause tho Illicit sellers aro m tho toilc
Ab Wnl. a Chinaman, was urrcsted
In Kapalnma by Deputy Sheriff Chill.
Ingwoith last night. He was scntod at
a tabic making out some die fa tickets
when the sheriff Jumped In the door
Although tho Chinaman pleaded not
sullty. he had absolutely no dcfcnsH
uerontiant was found guilty and ten
tenecd to pay a lino of $13 nml costs.
Dr. Pierce's Clec
Aiy wlthrirtusl Invei-
til...... k.nl ... Mil.. ..I.
i 11 tn " At.!,. a
PICHCl! KLCCTUIC CO,
620 M'-k.t 31,, S, p.
That's what will happen when we open
our big new store. No shoes will be
EVERY MAN, WOMAN AND CHILD
who visits our opening will receive
n ticket entitling them to a chain u
for n pair of shoes.
The lucky ones may hnve' their
choice of any pair of shoes In our
DT 1 I HIV -- t v
M'lWERNY SHOE STORE
LAST WEEK OF GRAND
Liberal patronage has markt-d our efforts to mnkt our BIG
SALE a success anil we expect u large number of buyers thin
Here are some of the Bargains we nre offering, which will
give ou nn Idea of thu rate ol reduction, ltcmember that this
sulo Is In nil departments of our big store, and Hint we haven't
the spato to Itemize all our liberal prices.
Flnurcd Sllkollne. 10 ets Pat
terns in nil desirable shades.
Percale Wrappers An vxii-llent
line of these Wrappers; also some
ill white lawn, at greatly reduced
Art Denims, 12 1-2c An un
usually low prlco for artistically
Wash Materials At grent reduc
tion. Ladies' Swiss Ribbed Vests
12 1-2c Willi or without sleeves,
$1,111 per dozen.
Shirt Waists Wo nre offering
this week great inducements In la
dles' Shirt Waists. You need
them; buy them while cheap.
Wash Materials at gr'Mt i dilu
tions. Kvery yard on sale Is of this
season's materials, ami every pat
tern is of the most tasty design.
Closing Out bale In Straw Hats In this depailmint wo
have cut prices rcgnrdlcss of cost In order to make the prlco so
low as to Insure an absolute clearance of this stock.
Boys' and Girls' Straw Hats that were 7Se and .'(. nil go at
25c. Also Ladles' Sailor Straw Hats, only 25c.
Pillow Covers with backs, at 50c.
STAMPED LINEN GOOD8
Plain nnd hemstitched, nt lowest price's.
Linen Tidies stamped 6 in. $.C0 doz.
Linen Tidies stamped 9 In. 1.00 doz.
Linen Tidies stamped 12 In. 1.50 doz.
All other Bizes In tldlos. tray doth, center prices, scntfs, etc.
Pacific Import Co., Ltd.
PROGRESS BLOCK, FORT ST.
CLINTON J. HUTCHINS,
Phi(IpMS (i l W
h. is. 1 ou JF
MclINERrNV BLOCK. PORT ST.
934 FORT ST.
SEE AD. IN THIS SPACE SATUR.
OAY, NOVEMBER 2D. THIS WILL
)AVE MANY DOLLARS TO ALL
WHO BUY BOOKS, STATIONERY,
3LANK BOOKS.'TOYS AND SCHOOL
J. M. WEBB
Blank books of all sorts, ledgers, etc.
nanufnetured by the llullelltv Publish.
s3rf itlPtv A
COMMENCING MONDAY, OCTOBER 21st
l offer tho tinndBomest Goods over
Embroidered Silk fhlrrnn
reduced from $4.50 to $3.50 a yard
Embroidered SHU Chiffon
reduced from 9.00 to 6.50 a yard
41-Inch wldo Hiilln Striped Sill; Gauio
reuiu-eii rrnm 1.50 to 1.00 a yard
Single width- Chenille Spot Silk Onuzo
reuiiceii ironi 1.Z5 to 1.00 a yard
Embroidered Silk Net
reduced from 1,50 to 1.00 a yard
WhltRt I linvn Itml n anl.,ll.l
mn,i i .:,: . . ,.v: ; "' r :: "'.
ENT RTVIPB " PAXT"iS' "' '
. -. , .,, ,,u,w anu WLUUaillliniTJ'OII, t
E. W. Jorda
NO. 10 8T0RK,
J. H. FISHER
Slock and Bond Brokers.
FIRE ASSOCIATION, of Philadelphia.
WESTERN ASSURANCE CO, of To
ronto. . . ...... w...u.....,M M.uy., ..,-
I ehant sir!.
HONOLULU 8T0CK liXCHANGE
Honolulu, October jo, looi
NAME Or STOCK Sjf,"J
C Rrwrr AComrjny. I t mo.x
N S ScJM D (i. Co.LM iM.roo, too
L.H. Kerr St Co,, Hi.. ' r.o y
El rianf1lrpCo .... , $.ammn
Hatrm I'UnuttonCo i?t,io
Hilln (.on & Su Co, t,)i,it4
ninin uear (.o . . ' t.uno tm
H .nomu St-gir Co 7so,oro '
flmnht& gar Co iootooq
Haku buicar Co .om i
Katiuku Plantation Co tM,om
Kirtt Plant Co ,Lti, . two-.
Kljahulu Sugar Co to.w,1
K'lo Sugar Co jrx.txw
Kona Sugar Co . at vcm
McbryJcSuCo ,Lj,a i ,011, wo
" " ' p4 up i.ftyj. jo
' pitpf 1
UhU Su(ir Co , ,6nn,yn loo )lK
noiPM UJtrCO . . 1,tnnir to) f)
VH1I1 3Lgir I'lin Kjb 04,u-j
Olaa Su. Co.. Lti., 1 l t6,mn
Ola a SuCo.LfJ, pi up t jcon
Otowalu Corflpanjr ., . rto,on
Paauhau Su. Plan, Co j.ow.,ok
Pacific SurarMili., ., jooorul
PaU P.antatlon Co . t jo.o!
Hekeo Swear Co .. tjo.ooo' t
Pioneer Mill Co , t.f jo,ow two
Pioneer .Mill Co Aims 500 on1 loo
Walalua Afr. Co , 4,100,000! tv
Walluku Suirar Co ' . I tan
Walnanalo Susar Co tjt.onoi t
t uirsi ,'ini bu -. . ivav ivo
lMff.lkl.ni Sla im NTni
.l.Mn fc'tctneCo .
Mutuil rlrfion 10 . .
'J.hu Ry 4 L.nl Co
I'.orl.'t lei ft H 1 -j Co
Flttl N.lloml Bmk ..
m-m.s iitnkSi r.Co
H.will. ol.iv icrcrnl
hiioh. h e:o. 0 r"ctni .
H1I0P, H, Co. 0 rr c.ntl
Hon.l-.rll Ti.nill i.
tw. P'.nl.l n & , eni
CliluRsi UnlCo.rrc !
w. iv, ri.n'inon o p c 1.
Oil 1 Plin'itlon6DC.
Wllu4 Ajrikul ( f e . .
V.ILLAHI) E. IlttOW.V.
Halstead & Co;,
on SuRai Securities
407 Fort Street.
Stock and Bond Exchange.
Stock and Bond Broker
Member of Honolulu Stock Exchanga
Orders lor the purchase or sale of tcrt
ana ron J carefully and promptly executsd.
Ground Floor, Judd Bulldlnt
Postoflice Box oo. lelephons 6.
IN REAL ESTATE. NET-
TING. THE PURCHASER ,
12" per annum, Is of
JUDD & COMPANY, LTD.
a07 Ktiinftcnvvnld Building.
and : : : :
shown, as follows:
1.00 to .75 yaral
Purfed Silk Mull
6.50 to 540 a yarsl
reduced from 3.50 to
reduced from 2.50 to
Colored Silk Orenadlnc
2.50 a yari
2.00 a yirsl
reduced from 1.00 to
.75 a ytri
..,..n ..-,- - .. ... ... . '
"." on-r43 .n? satins,
"? L '"!: "'S OVER 200 PI
75 SI &
I" V rL
;-uo ft i
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