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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, II. T., TllfltHI.AV. OCT. .11, 1M1.
E REMNANT SALEJ
BEGINS FRIDAY, NOVEnBER 1st
" Gigantic 5
i E Sale . .'. :
I? Bl& Reduction Sale
S' EMBROIDERIES 2
BEQINS FRIDAY, NOVEriBER 1st
B. R. EHLERS Sr CO., Fort St.
Coolness and Comfort in the
Fiercest - Heat - of - Summer.
is a dry mineral powder mixed with water only.
It is being u$"d 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
Our UOi(ftlon to jou Mit
CiMoiiier. In to compart' our i-l'c
Hon or HnlMiiy (!roc lln- for
lln with tlllW sold lf,l--f
V lenvo tin1 ilec-Mon t ou.
l.ntKfr Htoi'k, Inrcer axr than
evir In-fore. (Vn have to row,
couiicitcd liy n I.Ik arch rtojr.)
Wall, Nichols Co., Ltd.
Made ou the Island or Hawaii anil
received by every steamer.
A, really line creamery liuttcr of
delicate flavor, und preferable to
the Imported article. The price
per p o u n l.
H. MAY & GO.
BOSTON BOCK, FORT ST.
relt. 22, 24, 92. P. Oi box 386.
rood alon' ui. not always
maUe one Mronir In thla ell-
mate the nvHtrm needs a tonic,
i-omethinK to Klve vim, m
ami life. There's more trm.i
than poetry about "that tired
fcellnc," .About ten out of ev.
ery ten have It It's tdinply na-
ture craving for rnmethlnR It
doesn't get frora ordinary food.
(,ood malt extracts are high-
ly recommended by physicians
for a run-down condition. Much
'- depends, however whether you
get the rial sraln xtraot. Why
then take chances when you
can get tin- best' That's
HAD UNEVENTFUL TRIP
OF ALMOST FIVE MONTHS
Bumped the Wharf in Coming !o
Dock As Fine a Ves
sel as Ever
The fine., big American ship Benja
min V. Packard, Captain Allen, of
Hath, Me., arrived off pdrt laRt even
ing too lato to enter, after n trip of.
137 dayB from Norfolk, Va., with 3000
tons of Pocahontas coal for the United
Htatcs Nnvy. Prom the time nf de
parture until the equator was crossed
lu the Pacific the Packard experienced
Unlit and baffling winds. At the time
tho equator was crossed the trades
wero met nnd with them tho vessel did
the only last travelling during the
whole voynce. Captain Allen was
surprised when he heard that his lino
shin wnH having reinsurance sold on
her. and did not think, considering tho
weather, that tiiere wns any need for
Ships with Virginia coal cargoes are
not looked upon ns good risks, how
over, as they are liable to have trouble
on account of tho likelihood of spoil
concerns combustion. Uclng a very
careful man, Citptnin Allen looked out
foi his cargo, and after lielng somo
tlm' out he began to tak tests for
heat In the coal. The Packard nan
steel mastH anil a man was let down
them with a thermometer to tnkc tem
peratures. In some places the coal
was found to have attained a heat of
from fin to 8 degrees, and this being
the ense the crew' was put to work
shoveling the cargo about to give It a
chance to cool. During most of tho
trip the sailors shoveled coal.
The Packard's trip was without spc
clnl Interest am. she arrived here look'
Ing an neat an a pin. No housewife
can take more pride in her home than
does captain Alien in ins snip, and al
though she has been nearly five
months nt sea she looks as If she had
been under cover most of the time.
Nothing Is out of place, the decks and
nouses snow me care that has been
taken of them and the men's quarters
and galley are models or cleanliness
and order. The vessel nos mom the
appearance of n man of-war than a
mercnant snip, nnd it is saro to say
that never before has a better kept
vessel entered this harbor.
In (limine to duck this mornliic the
Packnrd had sue headway ou that she
crashed Into the Pncll.e Mall dock and
took a big hlte out of tho wharf be
sides demolishing one end of the roof
of the shed there. Her anchors wero
let go and Instead of pnying out chain
there was nut enough siack given, nnd
her way was not stopped In time to
save a smash-up. Thu vessel was not
Injured hejond slight scratches and
a couple of hundred dollars will repair
tho damaKo to wharf and shed.
Soon after docking Contain Allen
wns visited by several old friends
among the captains now here. Cap
:nln Mosher of tho steamer Ko Au
llnu. at one time mato with him. was
the first to call; then Captain Curtis
or the Starbuck and Captain Drew nt
tho Andrew Welch, Captain Harry
Evans. Captain Kenny and others
shook hands with him. Ha is accom
panied by his wife and two sons, mains
on the vessel.
Captain Allen reports having had
trouble in getting a crow at New
lork. so at Norfolk he shinned n rrnu
of negroes and two Hawallans, Kclll
nio anu Kama, nnd no says tho entire
crow gave thu best satisfaction. As
tno snip was being warped to the
wharf this morning tho crew nt the
windless hang nt their work, and their
voices ringing together In a slmnlo dlt
ty attracted ninny to tho whan to list
Captain Allen Is ono of tho old hi lino'
skippers and n man of long experience
in tho sen. He and a good crew never
havo any trouble, but a crow that It
not anxious to attend to business finds
tlm captain a hard man to get along
with, lly the bad men ho has had to
ileal with in his time ho has been
christened "Tiger" Allen and is gen
crally known around tho world by that
name. He does not tike going to sea
as well now as In former years, and
says If he did not have to follow the
lire of a sailor he would got back Into
the wilderness where salt water costs
ten dollars a gallon.
Hi owed from n-lccttd barley,
Kvery bottle full of strength
giving nutriment It's bencflciul
effects will be flt at once. It
will glvp jou vim, energy and
restored strength Insist ou get-
ting R-O-Y-A-L ami accept none
"Just as good.
liobron Dr ug Co
PORT A.NI3 rCINQ
We make Hartshorn Window
Shades In all sizes, and auy color of
Thev are tho prettiest and best-
wearing Bbndea to be found nnywhem
Ladles ic-qulre many changes of
clothing; there Is a demand for space
In which to put things away. A Chif
fonier Is necessary In every home,
and we hnve a Htock of them that will
put a ilnlsh to the appearance of your
Besides the handsome)
which wo advertised lust week, wo
have a beautiful stock of
of the very prettiest designs, nnd at
very low prices.
J. HOPP & CO.,
The Leading Furniture Dealers,
M. Phillips & Co.
Wholesle Importers and Jobber.
European and American Dry Goods.
Fort and Queen 8tt.
Oackfeid& Co., Ltd.
General Commission Agents.
Cor. Fort and Queen Streets, Honolulu.
i row 1111
The McKlnley memorial committee
held a meeting at the Dank of Ha
waii yesterday afternoon nnd formally
organized. Governor Dole was elected
permanent chulrman, C. M. Cooke,
treasurer, und J. A, McCandless, sec
retary. The meeting was attended by
nil the members of the committeo ex
cepting Messrs. Schacfcr and Ilothwcll
and Prince David. The latter has not
consented to serve on the committee
ns the chairman was unable to hoc him.
A committee conslstlng-Df Hev. W.
D. Westervelt and T. Cllve,T)uvles was
appointed ou a design tor a certificate
or an engraved receipt, to be given to
nil subscribers to the fund.
The committee has begun the prep
aration of u list of names, which will
be subdivided among the members of
the lurgej- committee to canvass for
iiibsrrlptions. The next meeting will
be held in the same place tomorrow
THIS SPACt RESERVED FOR
J. D. AVERY,
General Reporting and Typewriting,
Second floor Kllte Illdg, Hotel St.
At office 9 to 6:45; Ttl. Main 70,
TWO SILVER CUPS.
At house evenings; Tel. Blue 26il. bears his name.
Mr. Mackenzie, the IIJIo horse owner
and race truck enthusiast who return
ed from the Coast In the Sonoma yes
terday, brought with him two splendid
race trophies to he offcrej In tho next
races in the Rainy City. .They ure now
on show In Mclncrny's window at the
corner of Fort and Merchant streets.
The first Is a fine silver punchbowl
and ladle with tho Inscription: "Hllo
Huco Truck Cup, ono mllo running
race, to he won twico by same owner,"
The second Is a very tall, artistical
ly made cup with tho inscription: "13.
N, Holmes Cup, for best mile, Hotting
or pacing race, to be won twice by
fame owner, Hllo, Hawaii."
The first cup will be offered by Mr,
Mackenzie himself, while tho second
will bo offered by Mr. Holmes, head of
the big business house In Hllo that
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Q. II. Ilcrrey's office, 33 Campbell bid.
The Heatanl boys nre making great
preparations for their dance.
Pour room cottage on Aloha luni-
hell block. Sre Kor Kent column,
Premises on Port street in Cump.
bell blvook. See Kor Kent column.
Stop at Mrs. Hanna's new millinery
.tore on Port street near Chaplain
The weekly edition of the Evening I
Uulletln gives a complete summary of
the news o! tho day.
Joe H.imo.i, J truant, was this fore-
lunn iciitentej to n year' In the refnrra
school by Judge Wilcox.
II. V. Murray, M, D.. publishes under
New Today authority for collecting and
pavment of all accounts,
.las. Nott Jr. has removed from Here-
tanla street nenr Ilmnia to Ilirotutilii.
opposite Alnkea in the Auld building.
Mele Nakapuahl Manuel has brought
suit for dlvorca against Peter Manuel,
She chnrgrs non-support nnd adultery.
Dr. A. N, Stanford Is prepared to take
rare of jour. eyes. Sea nd in this Issue
regarding the benefits of nn early visit.
Ah San, diirgcd with keeping n
gambling house, wns fined (-!,' and
costs In the Police Court this fore
noon. David Lawrence & Co., Ltd., arc now
having their first annual clearance sail
and arc selling good cigars fur little
The cusp nf Chun Yee, charged with
libel, came up for trial in the Police
Court this forenoon but wns contli.ucd
until November 0.
A large consignment nf fiudwelher
and Premium Pale Deer to II. Ilailt
fcld & Co, Is being unloaded from tne
scbr. Helene. See ad.
Mcelroy, charged with vagrancy,
was this morning sentenced to two
months' imprisonment at hard labor
and to pay the costs of court.
Peach and Apple Jack (brjudy),
from old Kentucky, for Southerners
and others, at the Kncore Saloon,
northwest corner Niiuanu nnd Hotel
Commissioner of Agriculture and
Foirsiry Wrny Taylor nnd David
HnugliH will go up to the government
fr.icsts lu Niiuanu valley this evenipg
on n trip of Investigation.
Thered will bo an Important meeting
of the Hoard of Supervlsois of the Free
Kindergarten and Children's Aid As
sociation Held on rriuny morning u
the V. M, C. A. parlor at 9:30 o'clock.
Don't forget Camarlnos of the Cali
fornia Krult Market when you want
fruit nnd vegetables. He always has
m hand a fresh supply of both Califor
nia and Island fruits. Telephone Main
After a few cases had been dispose!
of in the Police Court today, Deputy
Sheriff Chllllngworth was colled away
to the Federal Court. The remainder
nf the cases were then put over until
The Hawaiian News Company has
received the November number of
Munsey's mngazlne. This is a par
ticular!) interesting number having
special articles on McKlnley, Koogc
velt. Piatt and Croker.
The November term of Circuit Court
will begin next Monday morning nnd
Judge Humphreys will hold his first
session of court since his return. The
docket is heavy, because of the large
number of criminal cases.
Captain Merger ,nnd his band will
give n concert at tho Hawaiian Hotel
tomorrow evening the first perform
ance by the bund nftcr Its vacation
Tho program will be prepared In time
for publication In tomorrow's Uulletln
Holiday season Is drawing nenr nnd
we are fully equipped with a new stock
of mouldings for picture framing, wo
would like to have your work now as
w,c are better prepared to do good work
than when the rush conies, Honolulu
Photo Supply Co.
The steamer Hongkong Maru, from
the Orient, arrived off the harboi
shortly afternoon today. She has a
large cargo, some ma?- and nboat u
hundred Japanese laborers fur this
port. The vessel docked at tha quut
nntlne wharf and will sail for San
Ficnclsco tomorrow morning.
The Navy transport Solaco sailed for
Pago Pago today at 1 o'clock. Trcn
was a. large crowd at tho wharf to sre
her away. Captain Merry was given a
great send off by his many trlonN
here, and many of tho visiting officers
wero tho recipients of fine floral offer
ings. Tho Solace goes direct to Pago
Pngo from hero.
The Public Works department is
preparing tho slto of projected new
stables for tho load division at Kakaa
ko. When tho buildings nre impleted
and occupied, the ground on which tho
phi stables are situated, close to the
Judiciary building vard, will be d
voted to public park purposes.
John Keiiwc, a driver in the employ
of tho I'lilon Express Co., stopped
what might have been a serious run
away on King street this morning. A
hoi so attached to a vehicle belonglrg
to T. 11. Davles & Co. bolted and lied
he not Ken caught might have done f.
lot of dumngc,
tUrnct tlcnkln of Molokal, who has
been taking care of A, W. Carter's
home during his absence. Intends re
turning home soon. However, an oper
atlon for appendicitis may be neccs
sary. In that event, he will bo In Ho
nolulu for some time. Mr. Rcnkln
states that, when he returns to Molo
kal, a party of hunters utter deer will
go along with him.
Plans havo been prepared and sub
mitted to Superintendent Iloyd of the
Department of Public Works for tb
Improvement of Maklkl ccmeteiy, Tho
plans call for a high concrete wall ex
tending from Prospect street to a point
opposite Dr, Wood's residence, and the
remainder of the cemetery Is to bo en
closed In a high picket fence. Ten
ders for these Impiovements will be
ns keel In a few days.
A PRO LAMA
lllsWuiLM11!!!') ' 1'x
That's what will happen when we open
our big iJW store. No shoes will be
EVERY MAN, WOMAN AND CHILD
who visits our opening will receive
ii ticket entitling them to a chance
for n pair of shoes.
Tho lucky ones may hnve their
choice of nny pair of shoes In our
M'lNERNY SHOE STORE
LAST WEEK OF GRAND
Liberal patronage has marked our efforts to make our BIG
8ALE a success and we expect n Inrgo number lit buyers this
Here are some of the Bargains we are offering, which will
give )ou nn Idea of the rate nt reduction. Itemember thnt this
solo Is In nil departments of our big store, ami that we haven't
the space to Itemlzo all our liberal prices.
Figured Sllkollne, 10 cts Pat
terns In all desirable shades.
Percale Wrappers An excellent
line of these Wrappers; also somo
In white lawn, at greatly reduced
Art Denims, 12 1-2e An un
usually low prlcu for artistically
Wash Materials At great reduc
tion. Ladles' Swiss Ribbed Vests
12 1-2c With or without sleeves,
91.10 per dozen.
Shirt Waists We nre offering
this week great Inducements In la
dles' Shirt Wulsts. You need
them; buy them while cheap.
Wash Materials lit gr-.it reduc
tions. Every )ard on sale Is of this
season's materluls. and every pat
tern Is of the most tasty design.
Closing Out Bile In Straw Hats In this department we
havo cut prices regardless of cost In order to make the price so
low as to Insure an absolute clearance' of this stock.
Boys' and Girls' Straw Hats that were 75e and 60c, nil go at
25c. Also Ladles' Sailor Straw lints, only 25c.
Pillow Covers with backs, at 50c.
STAMPED LINEN GOODS
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, trny cloth, center prices, benrfs, etc.
Pacific Import Co., Ltd.
PROGRESS BLOCK, FORT ST.
CLIINTOIN J. HUTCHIINS,
J. H. FISHER
Slock and Bond Brokers.
FIRE ASSOCIATION, of Philadelphia.
WESTERN ASSURANCE CO, of Toronto.
I chant street.
HONOLULU HTOCK BXCHANGB
Honolulu, October Ji, loot
NVME OF STOCK $IfjnJ ? BI4 A
C Rrcw.r t Comran i ono.trc loo ...... 411
N S clctllDCJ.Co 11 (0,000 loo
L.tl. Krr Se Co,, Ltl i 100.00 y if
Cwi PUnlitlon Co ... .ono.mo o ff.I, lltf
Himna t'linl.tlonCo lf.ooo loo
HawillinAgTlculturilCol 1000.010 too ffe
Hawaiian Com ft Su Co i,u 100.
Hawaiian Sdzar Co 1000,00.. tj
tlonomu Sueaf Co 7Jo,ono loo . ...
Honnkaa Sub:" Co lonono lo
Haiku Sugar Co .. 900,0001 loo
Kahutiu Plantation Co joonn vo 1) i;
Klh.1 Plant Co .Lti, l.ououo so, . ..
Kl,ariulu Sugar Co i(o,oor 10c
Koloa Sugar Co yK,orx.i ton. ... .. ,.
Kona Sugar Co at vc.ot ijo
McHr)4SuCo,t4 aai 1 itt.wjo) to)
pi up t 1,650.00.
NaMku Sjg Co ttJ at I 1 fo
' t Jurl 1
O.ttu Sugar Co , j.6wooo 100 QJ io
P-ioma SugarCo . 1,00000. r ,.,
0)kala Sugar Plan Co toooirl to
UaaSu. Co.LU.atl tejnn to ifi 1
OlaaSuCoLrJ pJtip) 1 100.000 to
Olowalu Company . Ijten, roo ... ..
Paauhau Su. Plan. Co 5.nou,9or jo
Pacific Sugar Mill ' $ooouo loo
Pala Plamat'on Co . : . loo
Ptprtkeo Sugar Co ?jo.ooo loo .... . , .
Plontcr Mill Co ' t 150.00 too
Plontrr Mill Co. AlMl I 500000 loo ,t
Walalua Agr. Co , a, 500,000' 190 4M ;iH
Walluku Sugar Co ... roo,ooc 100
Walmanaln Sugar Co .51,000 too
Wlltnta Mill Co . .. tt).oo loo ...
Wl dtr Sttamthlp Co 500,000 loo 05
l-lre-lt'anJSim N Col too 00; 100. ... So
.Italian EttctncCo ' 150000 too
Hon.RapllTatlanJCol 150.000 too . iX
Mutual Ttltpnon Co tjo.ouo 10
Oahu Ky & LanJ Co , ,.000000 100
Ptopla'a let ft K ft C01 150000 too
FlrH National Bank 1
FltMA.S Banks: T.Col ,
HawallanGrv 5 ptrctm . ,
Hllo R, R. Co. 0 pwctnt tM
H1I0 k. R.Co 6prctn
Hon. kapll Trtntlt. ..
fca P'antat n 6 ptr ctnt 101U . ....
Oitiu Plan-atlon Spc . ..
Olaa Plantation 6 p c
Walalua Agrlcul pc , tot
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V.ILLA1U) g. HtcOWN,
Halstead & Co,,
on Sugai Securities
407 Fort Street.
Stock and Bond Exchange.
Stock and Bond Broker
Member of Honolulu Stock Exchangi
Orders tor the purchase or sale of stocks
ana bonds carefully and promptly executsj.
Ground Floor, Judd Bulldlnc.
Postoffice Box 390. telephone 169,
McINERISV BLOCK, PORT ST.
IN REAL ESTATE, NET- f
TING THE PURCHASER
12" per annum, It of
JUDD & COMPANY, LTD.
307 Stunjjcnwnld Building,
"r. Pierce's Elcc"
Away w'tli Drugs I Invtt
tlMlt S.nJ tor "Book
lit o. " Alittil
ERCI! !LBCTRIC CO.
620 M'-ktl 31., S, P.
834 FORT 8T.
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
and : : : :
COMMENCING MONDAY, OCTOBER 21st
I offer tho Handsomest Ooods ovor shown, as follows:
L'mhroldered Silk Chiffon
reduced from $4.50 to $3.50 a yard
Kmhroldorcd Silk Chiffon
reduced from 9.00 to 6.50 a yard
44 Inch wide Satin Striped Silk Gauzo
reduced from 1.S0 to 1.00 a yard
Slnglo width Chenlllo Spot Silk Gauzo
reeluied from 1,25 to 1.00 a yard
Kmliroldered Silk Not
reduci'il from 1.50 to 1.00 a yard
reduced from 1.00 to .75 a yard
reduced from 6.50 to 5.00 a yard
ruffed Silk Mull
reduced from 3.50 to 2.50 a yard
reduced from 2.50 to 2.00 a yard
Colored Silk Grqnaulno
reduced from 1.00 to
.75 a yard
Blank books or all sorts, lodgers, etc.
manufactured by, tho Bulled Publish
Whilst I have had n splendid weok's salo of SILKS AND SATIN8, I In.
tend to continue tho salo at tho redured prices, having OVER 200 DIFFER
ENT STYLES, PATTERN8 and COLORS to offer ou. At
E. W. Jordan
NO. 10 HTORIi.
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