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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU. !!. T., MONDAY. NOV. 4. ISOt.
Kour Indus wltln nnd regular1
I) Hold at ll.'.O per yanl, for 75c.
The $1.25 kind. 2 Indies wide,
REAL TORCHON LACES.
2ic Torchons for 15c. yd.
25c. Tordions. 6 ydi., $1.00.
12Je Tordions, 7c. per yd.
Spanned PaiwementcrlPH. regularl) sold nt "Cc to $1.00, for 25c.
Ilea Jet trimmings, $1 kind, for 50c. per yard.
l'anc Chiffons, 10c. and 25c; Pleated Chiffons, all colors, 25c.
The Great Remnant Sale is Now On in Fall Swing.
B. F. EHLERS & CO.
Coolness and Comfort in the
Fiercest - Heat - of - Summer.
is a dry mineral powder mied with water only.
It Is being us"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
Mado on the Island of 1 Ian all and
receUcd by otery steamer.
A really flno creamer) butter ot
del lea to flavor, and preferable to
the imported article. The prior
H. MAY & GO.
BOSTON BOCK, FORT ST.
fel. 22, 24, 92. P. O. box 386.
ART SQUARE AND CENTER RUGS
You should ne the beautiful imoort
meut we haw Just rmUed of these
I3ery liousekeopei knows the Millie
of a Hub for preserving hi r hardwood
floors and putting the finishing tone li
to a well furnished room.
Knowing this, n wjiild also haw
her know that this Is an uiiusiull
heaiitltul asboitment, and the prlus
are auay down.
We went jou to tome and sio tin in.
We lettlwd at the same time some
handsome mahogan und golden oak
LIBRARY AND PARLOR TABLES.
'Ihesu Tables are homo of the swi II
est we have ever handltd. nnd will
suit the most fastidious taste.
J. HOPP & CO.,
The Lending Furniture Dealers,
King and Bethel 5ts
BACK SILK LACES.
Tin patterns to chooso from.
:.". to $1.25 kinds for 25c. yd.
WHITE SILK LACE8.
T ii patterns to choose from.
Kegular SOe. to 75c. kinds re
duced to 25c. per yd.
Our pniposlllmi in jou. Mister
Ciistnmi r Ih tn tumpare our selec
t Ion of llolldit) Coods, line for
line llh those wild elsewhere
We leai tin dei llon to you
Larger slm k lurger nton s, than
evei hefon I We hae two now,
loiimiiid b) a Lie; anh door.)
Wall, Nichols Co., Ltd.
rood alone win not always
make one strong. In this ell
mate the sjstem needs u tonic,
something to glo vim, lgor
and life There's moro truiu
than poetrj about "that tired
-ftellng " About ten out of ev-
eij ten hnw It. It's simply nn-
Hire ruliiK for something It
doesn't Kit from ordinary food.
(iood malt extraits are high-
1 rMommended by physicians
lor a run down londltlun. Much
depends, however, whether ou
Ki t the n al grain extract. Why
then take i ham es when you
1 an get the beet? That's
Ilrewed from selttted bnrley.
tiwry bottle full of strength
git lug nutriment It's benclklul
I'ffuts will be felt at onco. It
will give )nu lm. energy and
restored strength Insist on got-
ting R-O-Y-A-L and incept uono
'Just us good.
I'OHT AM) KINO
M. Phillips & Co.
Wholesale Importer! and Jobbers.
European and American Dry Goods.
Fort and Queen 8U.
H. Hackfeid& Co., Ltd.
General Commission Agents.
Cor. Fort and Queen Street, Honolulu.
THIS SPACt RESERVED FOR
J. D. AVERY,
General Reporting and Typewriting.
Second floor Elite lllds. Hotel St.
At office 9 to 6M5; Tel. Main 70.
At Lous" etenlngB; Tel. Blue 261.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
The steamer Hnnatel Is laid up In tho
stream for a while.
Hnpp & Co , leading furniture deal
ers for fine furniture, etc.
deo. Haffner, the Jeweler, hag re
moved to No. 1113, Masonic Temple.
William B. Moss has been appointed
a night Inspector on tho Customs force.
Miscellaneous claims are being
hiard by the Klre Claims Commission.
They are the fag end of the list.
The schooner l.lzile Vance In dis
charging at Irmgard wharf and the
ship Kmlly I'. Whitney Is at Brewer's
wharf putting out her cargo.
i'each nnd Apple Jack (brandy),
from old Kentucky, for Southerners
and others, nt the Encore Saloon,
northwest comer Nuuanu and Hotel
The steamer Hawaii sailing for Mo
lokal ports tomorrow ma take freight
for windward ports. If she does the
steamer I.chua leaving the end of tho
week will take windward freight.
Don't forget Camarlnos of the Cali
fornia Fruit Market when you wjiu
fruit and vegetables. He alwats has
on hand n fresh supply of both Califor
nia and Island fruits. Telephone Mnln
Holiday season Is drawing nesr nnd
we nre full) equipped with a new Btoclt
of moiildlngi for picture framing, we
would like to have jour work now as
we arc better prepared to do good work
than when the rush comes. Honolulu
I'linto Supplj Co.
Hllo Oct. 25. I.nrgb through the
Interest moused by tho Bulletin in
ba'sehall, Hllo has decided to put one
o two teams In tho field. The organiz
ers are meeting with success ns far
ns the people's good-will goes. In '3D
Hllo had twenty three local games
nnd then brought the Stars up to fin
ish the season, and now the town has
more players than before. I he grounds
are the best In the Islands and now
all the bos have to do Is to work up
the Interest. The Hllo Trlbuno Is as
vlstlng the good work.
EVIDENCES OF PROGRESS
ARE ON EVERY HAND
Social and Educational Gatherings
Keep Things Lively Two
New Hotels and Other
Ijihalnn. Nov. 2. Prince- Charming
has at last discovered the Sleeping
Beaut, nnd the somnolent repose nt
dear, lazy tjihalnn has been rudely In
terrupted by the noise of busy hammer
and buz7lng saw.
New buildings are springing up like
toadstools after a rain, and the county
seat Is awakening tn a sense of Its own
Importance nnd getting ready for Its
new dlgn..y. Mayor Matt McCann has
nearly completed his handsome new
hotel on Main street, nnd the Pioneer
Hotel on the water front looms up Im
pnslngl), Inviting seaworn and seasick
passengers from Island steamers to
seat of shndy quiet rest on Its spacious
verandahs upstairs, whence ii miigol
flcent panoramic view of the lnlnnd
sea, hounded by the Islands of Maul,
Kahiinlawe, l.nnal and Molokal, tan be
Society Is also waking up. On I'rl
da) evening Mrs. K. II. Hnjselden gave
n delightful dlnntr part) In honor of
her husband, Hon, 1'. II. Huvsehlen
who celebrated the 'stienth miniver
sar of his life. Covirs were laid for
twelve, those Invlttd being Mr. and
Mis. II. Dickenson, Mr. und Mrs. V. II
HatHclilen Mr. und Mrs .. M. Vitle
si n. Dr. nnd Mrs. Chas. Davison. Mlhse:
Hndle), Barker und Ha)selden. und
Freil Hajselden Jr. Aftir discussing
and lining ample Justice to an elabor
ate mi an, card tables were arranged
and a very Jollj time was had until
It p. in., whin Ire iream and take were
On the same evening, the llterar)
circle of l.nlialnu and l.uliulnultina
tcachirs ami friends was held In the
government school rooms nt I.almlnn
Seh it readings from Shnkespi-ure was
the program for the evening, which
was succtssfull) carried out. It Is the
Inteiitluu to make these gatherings
semi-monthly und the) will doubtless
piuve litiiilklul In promoting soclublll
tj us well us uterarv aspirations.
The rutin visit of Superintendent of
Pilblk Works Boyd nnd his suave as
sistant Cumpbell, was n source of genu
ine pliasiire tn the residents und citi
zens of l.ihnlna. who were given an
opportuiiltv of airing t lit lr grltvaiues
n it 1 1 making suggestions on various
tmitttra of public mid loiiil Interest
stub us roads, water works, etc , and
were particular!) happ) to receive as
surunces that: "Water, wutir, water"
would soon In- evcrjwhere, In sufficient
quantities to drink nnd even wash In
supplied In b-lnch plpis at government
The dlHtlngulslu d visitors were nor
ullowed to forget the requirements of
the Inner muu, being enteitalned Fri
day night after the public meeting had
udjourned, at u dainty little pol supper
given lu their honor by Judge Kuhuu
lello and served In his usual happy
style. On Suturday evening, an elah
orate und delightful luau wuu given In
Col, John Illchurdson in honor of till
birthday ot his eldest daughter. Miss
Row enti Hlchurdson. ut which Messrs
llojrt. Campbell unit Judge John W.
Kaluu ot Wulluku, us welt us most of
the representative people of Lahalnu
nnd a Jolly crowd of passengers and
officers of the Claudlne, were present
and enjojed a most plcusmit evening.
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LOCAL AND GENERAL
Don't fall to read Whitney & Marsh's
ad on last page.
Prince Jonah Kalanlaniole wns nt
Walalua over Sunday.
New wall papers at Beal's, Every
body Invited to see the stock.
A fine shower of rain (ell In the Ewa
nnd Walanao districts last night.
Stop at Mrs. Hanna's new millinery
(tore on Fort street near Chaplain
Clare Farrell De Cew has filed her
oath as stenographer lu the First Cir
Notice for sealed tenders, Depart
ment of Public Works, appears under
Probate notice in the matter nt the
estate of Mana P. Slender is published
In this Issue.
In the southerly and westerly weath
H c8torday the schooner It. C. Slade
had n hard time making nn offlng.
The band plajed this morning nt tlt
Japanese consulate, In honor ot the
birthday of the Emperor of .lupin
Bourbon whiskey 0 jears old, J3 30,
ilarct, 50 cents: sherry nnd Tokay, 7S
cents a gallon nt Hoffschlaeger Co 's
Deputy Sheriff Andrew Cox of Wal
nlun came up on litMncss lu the
morning train. He will return home
tbls evening. i
Nohoanu wns this forenoon senteni I
cd fifteen dajs' Imprisonment at hard
labor on the charge of assault mid
batter) on his father
In the Police Court this forenoon,
I.cvl wns lined $' nnd llkuua fin on
the charge of adulter). Both parties
arc South Sea Islanders.
Closing nut auction sale of horses,
mules and carriages belonging to Ho
nolulu Stock Ynrds Co. Morula), No
vember 11th by Jas. F. Morgan.
The band will play nt the Moana ho
tel Tuesday evening. In Thomas Square
Wednesday evening. and on the
grounds of the Hawaiian hotel T hum
The ship Emll) r Whltnc) after a
trip of 15 cla)s from Kan Francisco ar
rived yesterday nfternoon. She brings
a large cargo of general merchandise
from the Const.
There will be a meeting of the; foot
ball clubs this evening at the Honolulu
Atlilctic uiuu looms at 7.3U On clock.
.Matters of greut Interest to the snort
will be discussed
Walalun people report that the mon
goose have bicame so plentiful and
bold as to venture as far as the sea
shore at night, robbing rooMs and do
ing other damage.
Tho regular meeting of the boird of
directors of the Francis Murph) Tem
perance Club will be held this evening
at 7:30 o'clock. Every member Is ex
pec ted to be present.
The Shamrock III was the only
) in lit to leave the harbor )csterday.
tn the afternoon. Sonny Ciinhn, Prince
David and Lionel Hart took n spin
around the bell buoy.
The Mallo Illmas will enter a team
(n the association football league. A
meeting will be held at tuo Thistle
Club this evening to discuss th mat
ter of teams for the association.
Nothing denote was done at the
meeting of the First Hebrew congre
gation In Progress Hall Sunday after
noon. The matter of a burying ground
was discussed but nothing definite was
Mr. and Mrs George Paris. Holier!
W. Shingle and bis mother, accom
panied by friends, formed n part) that
made the ascent of Tantalus around tu
II. W. Schmidt's place Maluhla, Sun
On Saturil ly Marshal Hcnilr) was
presented with n handsome gold bulge
by the Elks' Club, of which he Is a
prominent member The presentation
was made by F E Thompson nnd I
Those wishing rcllahlo horses, ex
lerlenced drivers, new rigs, fair price
and courteous treatment should call nt
tho Territory Stables Their telephone
number is Mnln 35. They deliver and
nil for rigs free of charge.
A "pea and shell" game man made
bis appearance on the front yestcrda)
He was a remarkably clever manlpu
lator of tho shells and cleaned out a
gang of crap shooters in short order.
The gamblers went up against the
new game and were well tk'cccd.
John Callahan, whose case has been
biought up In the Police Court ncarl)
every day for a week or moro past, np
penred In court again this morning
An attemnt tins been made to get the
fellow away on a sailing vessel, but bo
fni there has been but little success
ilung thnt line
King Kul.ikmm's hlitluln) falls on
the 15th Inst Pi luces David Knwnnn
niikiM and Cupid Kal.inl.in.iolc will
celebrate the event In fitting style.
There will be the usual rate of mlnla
ture ) lie Ms lu the hnrbor and In the
evening there wlfl be a big luau,
'Hie schooner l.lzzle Vanie ftom San
Francisco with a l.iruc enrxn of buv
-train lumber and bricks arrived yes
terday The vessel reports heavy fogs
?oon after leaving Pan Franc Isio mid
some rough westerl) rather after the
fogs lifted She wjs I'J (la) a on the
A new Ice plant Is now being Instnll
ed at Malumnlu In the l.lhiie District
of Kauai and the output from that
place will bo much larger from now on.
It will be remembered that recently,
'ho capital stock of the Ice company
vas Increased, allowing of ver) much
The Japanese of the plantations at
Walalua. Walaunc, Ewa, Oahu and Ho
nolulu plantations celebrated )istcrduv
the birthday of the Emperor of Japan
Tho quarters were appropriately decor
ated and the flag of Japan was seen to
float everywhere At Walalua there
was a big feast given b) Japanese resi
dents of tho place.
There was an iufoimal meeting of
he Francis Murph) I'eniptrnnce- Club
n the new quarters In Fnimn Hall Sal
iirdn) night. It was at tnat time fie
lded to dedicate the ne w meeting place
in TiicmIu) night, Novembei .1 The
opening eomert will be held on the
'ullowlug Suturdii) night An admis
sion fee of twcnt)-llve tents will be
I SHOES FREE I $0
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
a ticket entitling them to n chance
for a pair of shoes.
The lucky ones may have- their
choice of any pair of shoes in our
W'INERNY SHOE STORE
750 PAIRS OF
BOY'S WHITE DUCK KNEE PANTS
SPECIAL SALE PRICE 35c.
During this week we will place on sale at 25 per cent less than
5000 YARDS OF EMBROIDERIES AND INSERTIONS.
This stock consists of the latest designs, and (-ver)- piece Is
marked In plain figures.
This week we are showing some of the handsomest, cushion
covers, with backs, ever seen In Honolulu. Just this one week
the prices will be lowered to 45 centa each; then will rise tn their
IN OUR LACE DEPARTMENT.
i'oii will Hnd the daintiest and choicest creations, and the- se
lection is very large. Whether you come to us first or last we can
fill your order lu this line.
THE NEILL SEASON Is nboiil tn open und we can tit )ou
out with Olovcs, Handkerchiefs. Fine Dress Materials, Ete.
Pacific Import Co., Ltd.
PrnjVpcHH ISIock, Fort Street.
CLIINTOIN J. HUTCH 1INS,
BW . II nuTN Br
iYiclNERISY BLOCK. PORT ST.
No More Dread
ihe Dental Chair
tei:th nxTnAcmn and fili.el
AnSOI.UTEtaY WITHOUT PAIN bj
)nr Into Hclentlflc method applied tn th
(urns. No sleep-producing agents 01
Theso are the only dental parlors it
Honolulu having PATENTED APPL1
NCES and Ingredients to extract, fll
and apply gold crowns and porcelalL
crowns undectecnblo from natural teetl
and warranted for ten years, WITH
OUT TUB LEAST PAIN. All wori
tone by anAnUATKn DENTISTS ot
from 12 to 20 years' experience, and
-acb department In charge of a Special
1st Ohe us a call, and you will flnc1
us to do exactly as we advertise. W
will tell you In advanio exactly wha1
your work will cost by a THEE EX
Set Teeth SB 00
Gold Crowns S5.00
Gold Filling! $100
(Silver Filling SOc
Our name alone will be a Riiarnnt
that your work will be of the best.
New York Dental Parlors,
loom K. Elite Building. Hotel Strr
LADIKS IN ATTENDANCE
J&Jiw flMift j fflf
Our lui)ir In New- York pun based
from nni- of tin- largest Dii)h' Clothing
.Maiiufaitiireis, who nre- n tiling from
business, an Immense sloe k of Bo)S'
Knee Suits, slzi s from 5 to 15 )cars
and Bn)s' Suits with lung trousers size
15 to IS )tnrs.
1 his stock consists of all wend goods
In Cheviots, Scotch Tweeds. Worsted
and Blue All Wool Serges
We- have I'.sD of these suits selling nt
LESS THAN REGULAR VALUE.
NO. 10 8T0RE
E. W. Jordan I
HMcfi'i- iti nnnLiTinrn
J. H. FISHER
Slock and Bond Brokers.
FIRE ASSOCIATION, of Philadelphia.
WESTERN AS3URANCE CO, of To
ronto. Offices Stangenwald Bldg., Mar
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE
Honolulu, November :, igoi
NME OF STOCK
C. Brtwcr ft Cotnp.n 'lonovx
MS hDJ Gift 6o,eoo
L B. Krr k Co.. Lu too go
Ewa Plantation Co j oto noo
Hinni Plantation Co m oso
HawallanAtrlcuttufalCo l ooo ouoi
Hawaiian Com &Su Co t 111 fjo1
Hawaiian Sucar Co . a ooo ooo
Honomu Sugar Co fjoooo
Honokaa Sugar Co ... t ooo ooo
Ha'ku bugar Co , joo ooo
gahuku plantation Co joono
gllnl PlantCo .111. i l ojo ooo
Kiiahulu Sugar Co 1600m
Koloa Sugar Co . . I )oc,ouu
Ken. Sugar Co . at ! joc,ooo
MctlrjatSuCo.Li at If 1,017. $00
ikuSaeCo Lt J it t
ti up 1 1 1 C50.0
Ohu Surii Co ,
O tula Suef t'Un Co
Su Co LtJ ill .
Oii SuCoLtJ pi up J J
Piauhiu Su I'lin Co
Piclfic SugT Mil
I Pilt PUntitlon Co
5 to ooo
Ktpetkto Migir -o
Wililui Aft Co,
I joo onoj
Walmirulo Sujir Co
waine mm .o
Wl dr Sttimtnl? Co
i.ailin tire trie Co
Hon Kiel T & LanJCol
f 50 oool
Mutuil ttlrphon Co I
CUhu Ry & UnJ Co
t 000 ono
rtopi 1 ki s K l f Co
First Nation! HanW
HawaHinGov t Dr ctnt
niio k h, u. 0 prrceni;.
Htlo K k.Co 6pr tent
Hn I'ipjl Trtniit
fc P'antit n 6 err cam
Uartu U & Lanl Co pr c ,
t)iiy Plantation 6 p c
Olaa Plantation 6 p c.
Walalua Acrlcul p c '
V.ILLAKD E. MOWN,
Halstead & Co.,
on Sugai Securities
407 Fort Street.
Stock and Bond Exchange.
Stock and Bond Broker
Member of Honolulu Stock Exchingi
Orders tor the purchase or site of stock
ana Ponds carefully and promptly executed.
GrounJ Floor, Judd Building.
Pobtofhie Box 390, Telephone 169
IN REAL E3TATE, NET- ,
TING THE PURCHASER
12" per annum, la of
JUDD & COMPANY, LTD.
307 Stfinficnwuld Building.
lii nlwujH well tn the front In p-n
ulnii Oiioils ut h"ulr Prices.
tin- stun mum loi'p In linn with
nthi-r Mtim-H In frontage to thu
tlu- timummint may auk me to
mcio back, which will lebsen the
slzo of m Ktore, uml I must re
duce) in) Immense Stock tu at
least one half. I therefore intend
GIVE ALL OF MY CUSTOMERS
the oppoitunlty tn bti goods at
neu-r hoard of her- Come be
fore) )ou lxi elewlicre and jou
will say m prkeii nie all riitht.