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KVBNINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU. If. T.. HATl'IWAY. NOV. 2. 1P01.
Knur Inchon wldo and regular
ly sold at $1,150 per ard, for 75c.
The $1.25 kind, 2 Inches wide,
REAL TORCHON LACE8.
2ilc. Torchons for 15c. yd.
25r. Tore honri, 6 ydt., $1.00.
12Je Torchons, 7c. per yd.
Spanned Passementeries, regularly sold at 7Bc to $1.00, for 25c.
Heavy Jot trimmings, $1 Kind, for 50c. per yard.
Fancy Chiffon, tOc and 23c; Pleated Chiffons, all colors, 25e.
The Great Remnant Sale is Now On in Full Swing.
B. F. EHLERS & CO.
Coolness and Comfort in the
Fiercest - Heat - of - Summer.
Is a dry mineral powder mixed with water only.
It Is being uswd 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 the Inland of Hawaii and
received by uvery steamer.
A really fine creamery butter of
dellrato flaor, and preferable to
the Imported article. The price
H. MAY & GO.
BOSTON BOCK, FORT ST.
fell. 22, 24, 92. P. O. box 386.
We make Hartnhoru Window
Shades in all sIzob, aud any color of
They are tho prettiest and best
wearing Shades to be found anywhere
Ladles require many changes of
clothing; there is a demand for spaco
in which to put things away. A Chif
fonier is necessary In every home,
and wo have a stock of them that will
put n finish to tho appearance of jour
Uesldeg tho handsome
which wo advertised Hast weok, wo
bate a beautiful stock of
of the very prettiest deBlgns, and at
very low prices.
J. HOPP & CO.,
The Leading Furniture Dealers.
BACK 8ILK LACE8.
Ten pattern to cliooso from.
50e. to $1 2S kinds for 25c. yd.
WHITE SILK LACES.
Ten patterns to cliooso from,
lingular 60c. to 7Gc kinds ro
dueud to 25c. per yd.
Our proportion to jou. Mister
Customer. Ih to tompurn our Hriec
llon of llolfdii) floods, Una for
line Villi thoso Hold i Iwwliuro.
V leave tin! declHlon to you.
Larger Mock, larger stores, than
i-r In fore. (V) hao two now,
ronni'i ted by a big arth door.)
Wall, Nichols Co., Ltd.
Food alone wl. not nhvava
niiil.e one strong. In this ell-
mate the system needs a tonic,
something to give lm, vigor
nnd life. There's moro truui
than poetry about "that tired
feeling." About ten out of ov-
eiy ten lime it. It's simply un-
tuio craving for something it
doesn't get from ordinary food.
1 (lood mult extracts are high-
1) recommended by physicians
for a ruiwiown condition. Much
depends, however, whether jou
get the real grain extract. Why
then take chances when )ou
ran get the best? That's
Browed fiom selected barley.
Every bottle full of strength
giving nutriment. It's beneficial
effects will bo felt at once. It
will give jou vim, energy and
restored strength Insist on get-
ting R-O-Y-A-L and accept none
"Just us good."
Hobron Drug Co
PORT AND KINQ
M. Phillips & Co.
Wholesale Importers and Jobbers.
European and American Dry Goods.
Fort and Queen 8ts.
Oackfeid & Co., Ltd.
General Commission Agenls.
Cor. Fort and Queen Streets, Honolulu,
THI8 8PACt RESERVED FOR
J. D. AVERY,
General Reporting and Typewriting
Second floor Elite Uldg., Hotel St,
At office 9 to G:4G; Tel. Main 70.
At house evenings; Tel. Blue 26.1,
: Neill Season j
Mr. Nelll nnd his fine dramatic com
pany will spend their annual vacation
In Honolulu this season as it did two
seasons ago, beginning n brief engage
ment nt the Hawaiian Opera House
next Saturday evening. This will
doubtless prove the most brilliant dra
matic season this city has ever had
the pleasure of cnjolng and local
frihlon will have an opportunity ol
witnessing that which Is (he latest and
best now successful In the way of dra
ma. For the season of twelve perform
ances, twelve different plus will be
presented nnd each Is a model of tho
highest form of the phi) Wright's nrl.
The repertoire will Include nil of tho
plnjs that Mr. Nelll presented so sue
cessfully during tho recent engage
ment of twenty weeks In San Nrnnclsco
where this fine attraction succeeded In
brrnlliig all records for big flniticial
1 he Nelll company Is the oldest and
nicft famous nrgnnlmtlons of Its kind
that tours the states and present a
repertoire of playn that are the lieV. 'n
roii'onipnrancous stage events. Among
the authors of the Nelll plays f.ro
Ctyde riteh, nov m counted tho srott-
l 1! mg American dramatist; Henry
Aithur Jones, .igustlii Daly, I.ouUj
N. I'.irkcr and .Mm my Carson, Hurl I
rnn tircy Ilske, Oscar Wilde, pmii
rtouolcaiilt Charles Coghlnn and Mary )
The plavs to be picscnted lurltiiitij
"Barbara rrletchle" "The Lotteiy ol
Love," "Hoscmnr) rhc Case of Ho
Lclllous Susan," "Under Two Flags."
"An Ideal Husband." "Nancy nnd Co."
"The Jilt." "The Rojal Box." "Nlobe."
"The District Attomcv." and 'A Sn-
clal Hlghwajm.in." Think of It!1
Twelve different plnjs In twelve differ
ent performances. It Is doubtful If
there Is nnother company In the world
that could duplicate this record es
pecially plavs of the high class that aw
In Mr. Nclll's repcrtonc.
There Is at present on the stage et
the Opera House one car lead of tpcclal
scenery and there wl'l be another ar
rive when the Netlls get here next Fri
day. They left San Francisco In tun
Alameda today. The company Is prac
tically the same as It has been for
What will probably rankus the oust
rronounced success of the present dra
matic season Is the beautiful drama
of thu war, 'Barbara Frletchls" as
picscnted by James Nelll and his re
trial kable company. The piece no' only
lecelvcd the wnimest approval of Hie
residential nnrty In San Francisco
when first pioduced by Mr. Nelll at
that time but It was also witnessed,
dining Its run tl-ce by the flovmors
t'f fnce Statei ap I their staff u'ft ir.
1,1 Itu O.tlitlino. itmnunli.m n n .
,,l .... .It'll. IK,,, ,l,,IIIJ-i,ll-, 1- (III,.
i!ir powerful, stlnlng sltuatloiiH p'mv
td n fascination that San Frrnr-n,
tlienter goers fouii I impossible tn ic
fist n,id thousands were turned nay
unable to gain unieHtance.
Cuiimenrlng nex' winter, "Barbaia
rrletchle" will be revived Aiin.lgc
ments have Just hi en completed where
by Mr. Nelll and the Nelll Company
expect to leave for n tour of the Orient
at the conclusion of next season. This
will constitute the longest and most
extensive Journey ever attempted by a
dn.matlc oiganlzatlon and will em
brace Honolulu. Manila, Hongkong.
Yokohama, Toklo, New- Zealand nnd an
Indefinite season In Australia. Tor
this reason It has been deemed ndvlsn
hie to neecde to tho demands of the
theater going public for a special tour
to wltni'kM "Ilarbarj rrletsche,"
Marshal Hendry Is arranging for th'!
shipment of the remains of the latr
Dmlel A. Ray on the transport Kllpnt
rick, due here from San Francisco next
week The body will be carried tc
Manila and perhaps to New York
However It Is expected that San Fran-
elf i (i will be (he landing place. The
body will bo taken to Springfield III.,
where Intel merit will tnkc place It Is
veiy probable that Mnrshnl Hendry
will be made the administrator here In
ndir that certain mnncy due the de
based on salatj may be collected nnd
forwmded to the proper parses.
Rev Win. Moirls Klniald will pre.it h
at the morning tcivlcc In Central
Union church: subject, "The Mother
Love of Cod," The leceptlon of new
members will take place and the Com
munion will be observed, At 7:30 Iter
I. P. Erdmun will preach, subject "The
Secret of Victory." At G:30 the eon
bcc ration meeting of the Chilstlun En
ileavor Society will be held.
A I'orto ltltan prisoner escaped from
(he chain gang while, on Its way back
to Oatiu Jail cstcrdiiy afternoon. lie
tore his nbhciue was noted, he wuf
he) mid the reach of the guaids. CuurdF
were sent out nnd after a search of
several hours, he was located lu Nuu
anu valley The man Is seivlng two
months on the charge of vagrancy.
Or. Pierce's Klec
trie Itody lint tcr
tlgite, SnJ (or "Book
Itt ro " A4drei
:- PIRKCBLCCTRIC CO.
Vs 20 M'kel At.. S. P.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Henry Roth Is on Kauai hunting.
Kwn stock sold for $24 GO this morn
ing. Head tho ad of New HngUnd Ilnkorr
Cottage for rent by V. n. It. Strauch.
See classified ads.
The sale of 1000 0. It. & L. Co. bonds
at 10IV4 took place this morning,
Komel the popular drink Is made
b the Consolidated Soda Works Co.
Stop at Mrs. Hanna's new millinery
store on Fort street near Chaplain
I'nglneer Scott has left the Fearless
nnd been succeeded by Ilarr) Hay
wnrd. The Junior members of the V. it. C.
A. visited the lllshop Museum this
Tho steamer Hawaii nrrlved from
Maul and Moloknl ports early this
A special meeting of the F.aghs will
be held tomorrow. See notice under
Four and n half Inches of rain felt
nt Kllauea. Knual, Thursday evening
In one hour.
The schooner Ada has been charter
ed to W. tl. Irwin & Co. by the Oahu
A large lint bottom boat Is being ton
structed cm, Queen street for use on the
coast of Knual.
'I he Klnnu passed .MoloKnl light till"
morning about 11 30. She will be In j
about 2 o'clock. j
Tho weekly edition of the livening
Bulletin gives a complete summary of
the news of the day.
A two story house, wltli nil modtrn
Improvements Is ottered for lease. Ste
To Let column on page 8.
Yeoman Mrfieltlgan of the IroquoU
Is weighing the cargo of the Packard
as It comes out of the vessel.
Fish Inspector Hermit was busy this
mrirnlng piepnrlng rare specimens of
fish for shipment to the Coast.
Detective Knnpa caught ten Chinese
gamblers last night while out on n
still hunt with some of his men
Chris .Iohii8cn's new nont, the Wlkl
wlkl, was put In the water this morn
ing and will be out for n trial spin this
Kodaks nt 20 per cent below list price
nt Honolulu l'hoto Supply Co. The
"A I Vlsln" camera Is n wonder. Corns
and sen It.
Ilourbon whiskey 11 .vrnrs old, $1.r0,
claret. 50 tents; sherrv nnd Tokay, 78
centB a gallon at Horfschlaegfr Co.'s,
During the absence of Captain Merry
Lieutenant Commander I'ond of the
V S. S. Iroquois ts commandant nt the
The fence around the naval station Is
now complete. On the grounds of
the station earth and loam are being
spread for n grass plot.
Peach and Apple Jack (brandy),
from old Kentucky, for Southerners
and others, at the Encore Saloon
northwest corner Nuuanu and Hotel
In the neighborhood of two hundred
oung people enjojed a dance at the
Hcalanl Yacht and Hoat Club house
last night. A quintet club furnished
At the meeting of the Kindergarten
Association In the Y. M. C. A. yester
day, reports from all the different
branches of kindergarten work all over
the city, were read.
Some of the horses of the Stotl;
Yards Co. were sold by Auctioneer
Morgan this morning. There were but
few bidders but good prices wire ou
tntned for the animals.
The annual meeting of the llama
Han Territorial Medical Socictv will b
held tonight nt the office of W. 13. Tay
lor", at it-'M, It Is hoped alt membeis
and other physicians will be present.
Don't forget Camarlnos of the Cali
fornia Fruit Market when you wain
fruit nnd vegetables. He always has
on hand a fresh supply of both Califor
nia and Island fruits. Telephone Main
Clinton J. Hiitehlns of the I'aclgc
Mutual Insurance Company Is author
It) for the statement that his compan)
Intends erecting a tlS.000 building In
Honolulu, making this its Pacific head
quarters. In shifting the IlenJ F, I'acknrd es
terday from the Pacific Mall to Navy
whaif Harbormaster Marks fell over
board. He was rescued ufter quite an
evtltlng lime between the ship's side
nnd the wharf.
Nocll Murklc the dairyman, has been
sued by his wife for dlvorte. She
charges cruelty so heinous as to dilve
her from home. Representing his In
come to bo about 37."j a month, Mrs.
Maiklo pinys for suitable alimony,
tills being All Souls !).!, hundreds
of friends nnd relatives tf deceased
pel tons whose bodies' have been Inter
red In the Catholic teme Icry uio out
at that place today, decorating the
guivts of tilth lamented departed.
Holiday season is drawing near and
we aie fully equipped with a new stock
f mouldings foi picture framing, wc
would like to have your work now as
ne arc better prepared to do good work
than when the rush comes. Honolulu
Photo Supply Co.
E, S Muckley, pastor, will pi each at
the Christian church at 11 a. m. on
'The Charity of the flospel," and at
7:3,0 p. m. on "A New View of Self,"
Illble school at 0:43 u. in. Young
People's meeting at G:3u p. m, Stian
ejers coidlull) weltomed to all ser
vices. The Mt Klnley Memorial Committee.
ixeciitlve, has adopted a design for re
ceipt to contributors It will have a
itirtralt of the murdeied President nnd
i view of Mnunn I.oa, and carry the
tlgnntuics of (iiiveriior Dole as chair
man and Charles M Cooke ua treis
At a mietiiig of the Catholic Ladles'
leucvolcnt Society vebterduy for the
mrposo of tnuferiliig on matters In
oiincclion with the big Iujci and fair
lie ladles leportcd guuets In every di
rection Donation liuvc been sent In
from alt directions. About l-'.'O Is
tush has already uceu received.
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 recelvo
n ticket entitling them to a chance
for a pair of shoes.
The lucky ones may have their
choice of any pair of shoes In our
M'lNERNY SHOE STORE
LAST WEEK OF GRAND
Liberal pitronage has marked our t-ffoits to make our BIG
SALE n success and wu expect n large number of liujcrs this
Here are some of the Bargains wo nro offering, which will
glve jou nn Idea of tho rate ol reduction. Itemember that this
sale Is In all departments oi our big store1, and that wc haven't
the bp.icc to Itemize all our liberal prices.
Figured Sllkollne, 10 ets Pat
terns In nil desirable shades.
Percale Wrappers An excellent
lino of these Wrappers; nlso some
In white lawn, nt grcnll reduced
Art Denlrrs, 12 1-2c An un
usually low prleo for artistically
Wash Materials At grent reduc
tion. Ladles' Swiss Ribbed Vests
12 1-2c With or without sleeves,
t.4ii per dozen.
8hlrt Waists Wo ore ottering
this week grent Inducements In la
dles' Shirt Waists. You need
them; buy them while cheap.
Wash Materials ut grat reduc
tions. Every ard on sale is of this
season's materials, and every pat
tern Is of the most tasty design.
Closing Out Sale In Straw Hats tn this department wo
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 Girl' Straw Hata that were 75c and SOe, all go at
25c. Also Ladles' Sailor Straw Hats, only 25c.
Pillow Covers with backs, at 50c.
8TAMPEO LINEN GOOOS
Plain and hemstitched, at lowest prlce-s.
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 tldltrs. tray e loth, center prices, tcarfs, etc.
Pacific Import Co., Ltd.
PROGRESS BLOCK, FORT ST.
CLINTON J. HUTCHIIMS,
I' JTIjjLL . I
m utNO I,M
McllNERlNV BLOCK. PORT ST.
No More Dread
viHE Dental Chair
TEETH EXTIMCTHn AND TILLEl
BSOLUTELY WITHOl'T PAIN b
nir lato scientific nietlinj applied to tb
(urns. No sleep-producing agents 0
These are the only dental parlors li
Ionnlulu having .PATENTED APi'Ll
VNCHS and ingredients to extract, til
ind apply gold crowns and porcelali
rowns unJcctccable from natural teetl
nd warranted for ten years, WITH
UT THE LEAST PAIN. All wor!
lono by GRADUATED DENT13TS o
rora 12 to 20 years' experience, ant
ach department In charge of a Special
st Give us a call, and you will fln
is to do exactly as we advertise. W
vlll tell you In advance exactly whs
'our work will cost oy a FREE EX
tot Teeth B Of
old Crown 85.01
old rilllnUs tl.Of
Silver Flllln(iH O0t
Our name alone wltl be a guarante
'bat your work will bo of the best.
ew York Dental Parlors.
Itoom 4, Elite nulldlng, Hotel Street
LADIES IN ATTENDANCK.
NO. 10 8TORI
ii'ti i 'riittnm0MtURiiilii
J. H. FISHER
Stock and Bond Brokers.
FIRE ASSOCIATION, of Philadelphia.
WESTERN ASSURANCE CO, of Toronto,
Offices Stangenwald Bldg,
HONOLULU STOCK UXCHANGB
Honolulu, November 2, loot
KVME OF STOCK
C. Brtwff ftComranv t om,x
N S act! D G Co.l't 60,000
LU. Km Co.. Ul .00,0 -e
Pm Pi nf ft M Cn
Hi mot PJinut'onCo
Htwaalitn Com & Su Co
Hawaiian Sugar Co . ,
Honomu Sugar Co .
nortnkaa augar io
KahuVu Plantation Co
Kihi Plant Co Lti,
Kit ahulii Surar Co (
Koloa Sugar Co
Kona Surar Co at
MtHtvif SuCo Ll.it
NaMkuSJcCo Lti at
' pi up
unu surar -o ,
Oikal Suear Plan Co
On Su Co. Lti ail
Oiowalu Cotrf any
Paauhau Su Plan Co
Pacific Sugar Mlt
Pala Plantation Co .
Prpfrkeo uear Co
Pioneer MM Co i
Plonerr Mill Cn Ams '
Walalua At?r Co .
Waltuku Sugar Co
Walmanalo Surai Co
Walmta Mill Co ...
Wl der Sttamt. 1,1 Co ;
l-lifU'anJSin N Coj
1aallan I 'tctrlc Co
Hon RirliT ft laniCol
Mutual TtlfBhon Co i
Oahu Uy it Land Co
Peoptc t let & H I k Co
Ftnt National Bank '
FlttA,S Hinkfic T.Co
Hilok U Co. ft r-rfcint;
H1I0K. k.Co 6prrccnt
Hn kapU Trnlt I
t P'antat n 6 rer cent!
Oahu U & Lani Co. pre
Oihu Plan'atlon 6pc '
Clai Plantation 6 D C.
Walalua Ajtlcul 4pc
Kales."-. lJwa. 524.02 1-2; 5 Kvvn.
i2inii; inau O. It. &. L. Co. bonds.
V.ILLARD C. BROWN,
Halstead & Co.,
on Sugai Securities
407 Fort Street.
Stock and Bond Exchange.
Stock and Bond Broker
Member of Honolulu Stock Exchugi
Order tor tlie purchase or vile of stock!
ana tonds carefully and promptly executed.,
Ground Floor, Judd Bulldinc
Postomce Box 390. Telephone 169
IN REAL ESTATE, NET-
TINO THE PURCHASER
12" per annum, la of
JUDD & COMPANY, LTD.
307 Htnngcnwuld BullcllnjJ.
Is aluajs we-ll to tho front In pn
iiIiih tieHitls at Fair l'rice-s.
the store must kepp in llnee with
other stfire-s in frontutree to th
the- (icivcrnnitnt ma) ask mo tn
men ! back, which will lessen tho
size, of m store, and I must ro
dm ci m Immenso Stock to at
least tino half. I therefore' Intend
GIVE ALL OF MY CUSTOMERS
the opportunltv to buy goods at
never heard of biro. Como be
fore ou b'ly risen hero and )ou
vll! say mv prices are all right.