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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU. II. T.. TUESDAY. NOV. S, 1901.
5-. irrrr hi iui
Hour Inchon wide, and regular
ly solcl at $l.r0 per yard, for 75c.
Tliu $1.20 kind, 2 Inches wide.
for i 75c.
REAL TORCHON LACE8.
20c. Torchons lor 15c. yd.
25c. Torchons, 6 yds., $1.00.
12jr. Torchons, 7c. per yd.
BACK SILK LACES.
Ten patterns to cliooao from.
COc. to $1.25 kinds for 25c. yd.
WHITE SILK LACES.
Tell patterns to chooso from.
Regular 60c. to 7Gc. kinds re
duced to ...25c. per yd.
SALE OF TRIMMINGS
Spangled Passementeries, regularly sold at 7!c to $1.00, for 25c.
Heavy Jot 'trimmings, $1 kind, for 50c. per yard.
Kancy Chiffons, 10c. and 25eJ Pleated Chiffons, all colors, 25c.
The Great Remnant Sale is Now On in Fnll 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 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;
. SOLE AGEN I S.
IS BUT A PRINTED
FORM OF A
Our proposition to yon, Mister
Cuttomer, Is to compuro our hcloc
tlon of Holiday Goodi, lino for
lino with those sold ulsowhero.
Wo lenv.i tlio decision to you.
larger stock, lrtfger stores, than
over liefore, (Wo havo two now,
connected by a big arch door.)
Wall, Nichols Co.,Ltd.
THE BEACH AT PEARL
HARBOR WILL IMPROVE
New Summer Residence Site is to
be Rapidly Developed
Fine Bathing and
I'uuloa is to have a car lino Install
ed In a cry short time which will be
In operation within six weeks. The
material for the line arrived here lu
the Claudlne on Sunday and will bo
phlpped to I'catl llnrltor this week In
the schooner Koli Hoy, which has
bten chartered to do the work.
All along the beach at Htulon, res
idence. lotH hnvu been laid out to tbo
number of over tlueo hundred, of
which nluut one bundled and forty
nro right on the beach, while Uio uth-
cjij. in u behind these on u Kplemlld
boulevard one hundred feet wide. Thu
ugcntN having the ttale (it the laml In
linud have made allowance- for tliubu
pmchniceiH who feel that they cnnuot
rJfoid a Im right on the beach but will
bo sutlsllrd with a place back from
tiiu water line, by reserving bench luti
vhlch will be Kept from xalo go that
the lehlclcntu of each block of six lotH
ol the bouleard will have a hallnc.ru
bathing-place- right on tne beach.
The Kite Ik or the name charm tor an
the beach at WalklM and only needs
development to make It as beautiful
In every renpect. Where Walklkl Is
but halt an hour from town, with lots
held at regular city prices and wa
beyond the reach of any ordinary In
come, the lots at I'uuloa are easy of
access at the present time, within an
Hour Willi a horny and buggy, and will
soon be brought into closer touch
with town by the O. It. & I.. Co..
which will run a spur line from I'uu
loa station to the land opposite tlio
lets. Arrangements for this and ,i
regular lurry ncioss the channel are
now belli? made and will booh be nr
(cmpllshrd lacts. As soon as thu
Hum line Is Installed building will lie
commenced by' several purchasers of
lets on the beach, l'rospects of get
ting good water are said to be fine and
n well is now being sunk on the land.
Within a few weeks It will be known
positively whut kind of water N to be
hud anil arrangements will bo made
for laying It on the property.
Walter H. Dillingham, who Is hand
ling the property for the trustees of
the Dow sett IXale, Is meeting with a
gieat deal of success In Interesting
people lu tru new summer home site.
I'licl thus fur has had promises of many
Intending purchasers, while several ac
tual buyers have ulready taken over
When Yon Dream of
Yon Wake Up Hungry
Telephone 22, 24 or 92 about It.
Write P. O. box 86 about It..
You ! !
MAJORITY PUT OVER
UNTIL LATER DATES
ART SQUARE AND CENTER RUGS
You should see the beautiful assort
ment we havo Just received of these
Every housekeeper knows the valuo
of a Hug for preserving her hardwood
floors and putting thu nntshtng touch
to a Vell-lurnlshed room.
Knowing this. we. would also have
her know that this Is an unusually
beuiitlful assoitment, and the prices
are away down.
Wo went you to coino, and seo them.
Wo received at the knnin tlmo some
handsomo mahogany mid golden oak
LIBRARY AND PARLOR TABLES,
Thesp Tables aro some of the swoll
est wo havo ever handled, ami will
suit thu most fastidious taste.
J. HOPP & CO.,
The Leading Furniture Dealers.
King and Bethel 5ts
Food nlono wit. not always
mako one strong. In this ell-
mato tho system needs a tonic,
something to glvo vim, vigor
and Ilfo. There's morn truui
than poetry about "that tired
feeling." About ten out of ev-
ery ten havo it. It's simply no-
ture craving for something It
doesn't get from ordinary food.
Good malt extracts aro high-
ly recommended by physicians
for a run-down condition. Much
depends, however, whether you
get tho real grain extract. Why
then take chances when you
can get tho best? That's
Itrewed from selected barley.
Every bottlo full of strength
giving nutriment. It's beneficial
- effects will bu felt at onco. It
will glvo you vim. energy and
restored strength. Insist on got-
ting R-O-Y-A-L and accopt nono
"Just as good."
FORT AND KINO
M. Phillips & Co.
Wholesale Importer and Jobbers.
European and American Dry Goods.
Fort and Queen Sti.
H. HackfeicU Co., Ltd.
General Commission Agents.
Cor. Fort and Queen Street!, Honolulu.
THIS SPACt RESERVED FOR
Work Blocked By Lack of Interpreters
Women Caught in Russian
Frank's Place Kekipi
'Theie weie a large number of van.
lu ti.e Police i.nuil this Ion-noun, but
Uio niajouty oi them were bcl lot
Kaiunlutui and thiee others appear
eil on Hie cndige ol asniiil aim bal
let y oil Kahnlekuuwila. who, as it re
sult ot the attack. Is now under a phi-
bulan's laie. Tne eases oi tlio latter
vvtie nolle piosd. Kanialauu pleaded
uiliy, said in assault was unpiovol;-
id and was given a month's Imprison
ment at hard labor.
'I he loses of three Chinamen,
elmiged with an assault on Olllcer Ah
On, had their cases continued uutll
Young .Mm Mersherg appeared on
tin charge ot gross cheat. The train
ii)s company Is tne complaining
witness. This case was nlso couttn
Annie Ilaniun-.ea and Kalua, who
vic-io caught in Russian Frank's placn
uu King street Saurduy night, and
v.ho pleach d guilty to a certain cliurgo
yesteiday, had seutence suspended
leu- lull teen months. Tho Deputy
biieilK explained that, when the laid
was made, the two men concerned es
Louise, n l'orlo Iticuu caught at the
tnnle place at the same tlmo, said shu
miis not guilty of being a common pro
Unite. Her case was put over until
John C'ulli'thnn, the man who several
mouths iiRo tried to sell rings to
Chester Doyle, and who was also
kicked cilf the what I ut NhvvIIIwIII by
tlio She i In' of Kauai, appealed again
In the I'ollco Court todaj. At the re
quest of tho prosecution, his case was
iciuilniied until moved on. Judge Wil
tcx tcniarked to the defendant that,
while he was undoubtedly anxious to
ship on some vessel, no one anxious
to tHke him had yet been discovered.
The work of the I'ollce Court wai
again blocked today by tho lack of In
ttrpieters, and Judge Wilcox repeated
what ho bus sulci beforo on the subject.
Rev. Keklpl, charged with a serious
offense, appeared In court toduy. The
aso was continued until tomorrow,
nnd the defendant was toll, to beware
how ho molested further tho woman In
There U a rumor that the young
King or Italy, the young Czar of It us
Rla and the aged Emperor of Austria
Hungary rc to have a meeting for
the consideration of the slate of
things in tbo Dalkans thnt is to say,
to name the disturbing and dangerous
point, llulgarla. The Ilulgarlan Gov
crumi nt Is iinmidstlnnably In need ot
consideration, and possibly of some
thing stronger. Hartford Courant.
J. D. AVERY,
General Reporting and Typewriting,
Second floor Elite Hlds.. Hotel St.
At gfflce 9 to 6:43; Tel. Main 76.
At Lous? evenings; Tel. Dlue 26'. 1.
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LOCAL AND GENERAL
Four fine lots nte for sale. Sec Kor
Sale column on page 8.
Stop at Mrs. Hanna's new millinery
store on Fort street near Chaplain
The weather at Ilonokaa has been
pretty dry again during the past
There was a very large crowd nt the
band concert at Emma Square yester
Flfty-flvo shares of Kwa stock sold
on the exchange this morning for $24..
371-4 a fhare..
V. II. Moss was appointed as an In
spector ytsterday on the force at the
The yacht run to Hanauma Hay will
be discussed atva meeting to be held
rome evening this week.
The Klnan for IIIIo and way ports
sailed at noon today with many pas
sengers and a lot of freight.
The schooner yII. C. Wright 19 days
from nurcl.ii arrived here this morning
with n large load of lumber.
.!. P. Cooke and V. II. Hooks leave
for Nahlku In the Claudlne this after-!
noon on a' tour of Inspection,
Paul Muhkndorf of Allen & Robin
son, underwent nn operation Sunday,
He Is getting along very nicely.
When you dream of H-o. you vvaks
tip hungry. Telephone 22, 21 or 92
about It, or write P. O. llox 3SG, Hono
lulu. The brlgantlne Tanner with lumber
nrrlvcd from the north coast this
morning after nn uneventful trip of 27
Don r linn whiskey G years old, $3.50;
claret, 30 cents; sherry and Tokay, 73
cents a gallon at Hoffschlacger Co.'s,
Tlio steamer Muuna I.oa arrived from
Kona and Kim ports this morning
early. She reports a good trip with
plenty of rain.
The Jury trying Antonio Kodrtgues
In the Federal Court for a violation of
the ndmunds Art went out about 10:30
ami has nut yet returned a verdict.
Three red and white pigeons belong
ing to Prince Kalanlauaole have stray
ed away and a reward Is offered for
their return. Seo I.ott column ou page
Today Is Ouy I-'avvkes Day. It Is tho
anniversary of tno nttempt to elevate'
the Kngllsh peerage which was frus-l
trated In time to save much gunpow
der. Peach and Apple .lark (brandy),
fiom old Kentucky, for Southerners
and others, nt the, Hncoic Saloon, I
northwest corner Niiuumt and Hotel '
Prince David KnwananaKoa will ho,
one of the nicmbcis of the fishing party i
out beyond Diamond Head Sunday.;
He and n number of friends will go out :
In the yacht Vl-kc,
llnnolnlti Dtwiln Uiifinli. tr naieta'
doing the best printing nnd developing
In the city for tho lenst money; supply
amateur and professionals 'with all
Mclnerny's shoe store will bo ready
for opening on Monday. Twelve pairs
of shoes will be given away to visitors.
The. lucky ones may have their cholc
Of any shoes In the house.
Purser Willie Slmcrson of the steam
er Mauna Lou is suffering with a bad
ly sprained toe. While ashore In Kona
he slipped on n rock and badly wrench
ed the great toe of his left foot.
Don't forget Camarlnos of the Cali
fornia Fruit Market when ou want
fruit and vegetables. He always has
on hand a fresh supply of both Califor
nia and Island fruits. Telephone Main
W. Woltrrs' sorrel filly Alleen. which
raced In the native bred classes last
June, run away yesterday and cut th
tendon of both hind legs, The animal
Is now useless for racing or polo pur
Application for local beer licenses
received at Treasurer's olllio Nov. E:
John Mitchell, location. In a building
situated on the mauka side of Ilcre
tanla street extension, near the foot
or KHinollllll Hill.
Those wishing rollnhlo horses, ex
perienced drivers, now rigs, fair prices
and courteous treatment should call at
the Territory Stables. Their telephone
number Is Main 33. They deliver and
call for rigs free of charge.
The cose of Dr. H. . Wluslow,
ihurged with ussault and battery, ram
up for trial In the Police Court today
but was continued until moved on at
the request of the prosecution. Or
Wlnslow Is still very III nt the hospi
tal. Dr. Alfred Wall Is another that de
nies the allegation about the removal
of the gates from a certain Wilder ave
nue residence. He says he does not
llkf to be 'licensed, of the Joke. Charlls
Prnzler also denies the same allega
Holiday icnson Is drawing net.. and
vvr aio fully equipped with a new stock
of mouldings for plctuic framing, vvo
would like to hnvo vour work now us
we are better prepared to do good work
than when the rush comes. Honolulu
Photo Supply Co.
The steamer Mauna I.ou arriving this
morning fiom Hawaii ports brought
the following cargo: 7919 sacks sugar.
79 sks coffee, 431 sks tnro, 29 sks awa,
208 bills bananas, 31 kegs butter. 32
sks c. beans, 28 bills hides, f pigs. '-,
head cattle und 202 pkgs sundries.
A careless driver ran over a man at
nmmn Square Inst oveulng. A mounted
policeman yelled lo the driver of uii)
vehicle to stop and then turned about
to sympathize with tho man who had
been run over, telling him that the
driver should havo at least stopped to
tee If he had done nuy damage.
V. S. Harris, the coloied man who
flourished u icvolvcr In ono of the
down town saloons Saturday night, ap
peared for trial In the Police Court to
day The pio-icciitlon '.asked for a
nolle prosequi. It having been learned
that the icvolvcr which got llairjs
Into tiouble was not loaded when be
showed the weapon In the saloon,
from 2 to 9 p. m.
Wo will have our new store open fur In
spactlon nnd we want to see everybody
No -shoes will be told, hut all who visit
our opening will receive a ticket entitling
them to a chance for a pair of bIioos.
The lucky ones may have tnelr choice
of any pair of shoes ,n our piace.
3fe n MISS
ftflNERNY SHOE STORE
The devil Is not as bad as he U
painted. lie has u warm ipot tor us
Our buyer In Now York purchased
from one of the largest 1 leys' Clothing
Manufacturers, who aro retiring from
business, nn Immense stock of Hoys'
Kneo Suits, sizes from ft to 13 years,
and Hoys' Suits with long trousers, Sizes
13 to 18 J ears.
This stock consists of all wool goods
In Cheviots, Scotch Tweeds. Worsted
ami Illuo All Wool Serges.
Wo have BSD of thesu suits selling nt
THAN REGULAR VALUE.
750 PAIRS OF
BOY'S WHITE DUCK KNEE PANTS
SPECIAL SALE PRICE 35c.
During this week we will placo on sale at 23 per cent Icbs than
5000 YARDS OF EMBROIDERIES AND INSERTIONS.
This stock consists of tho latest designs, and over' piece Is
marked In plain figures.
This week wo aro showing sonio of tho handsomest cushion
covers, with backs, ever sewn In Honolulu. Just this one week
tho prices will bo lowoied to 45 cents each; then will rise to their
IN OUR LACE DEPARTMENT.
'ou will And the daintiest qnd choicest creations, and the se
lection Is very large. Whether you come to us first or last we can
fill your order In this line.
THE NEILL SEASON Is about to open nnd we can fit you
out with Kloves, Handkerchiefs, Fine Dress Materials, Etc.
Pacific Import Co., Ltd.
ProjVr-cHH Block, Port Street.
CLIISTOIN J. MUTCHIiNS,
J. H. FISHER
Stock and Bond Brokers.
FIRE ASSOCIATION, of Phlladelphfv
WESTERN A8SURANCE CO, of Toronto.
Offices Stangenwald Bldg-i
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE
Honolulu, November ?, loot
NAME OF STOCK I ftf
N S 5ichDa,Co,tl ! fo.eoo too
L.II.KtrrfcCo LU.. I too.o o V
Ewa PlintnlonCo ....
Himtii PlintAtlonCo .
Htwjliin Sufif Co ...
Honotnu Sugar Co . .
HfnoVSu(tr Co , .
Katiuku Punt it l-m Co
KlhtUMintCo 111. .
Klihula Suit Co .
IColo Sumf Co
Kotu Suiir Co.. .
Ojkita Sugar Pi in. Co.
OUi Si.Co.LU.. Jl
PilTi4u So. Pun. Co '
Pacific Suif Mill.. .
Pila Plantation Co ....
Pt petkeo buzar Co . '
Pioneer Mill Co .. . -1
Ploreer Mill Co. Asms
Wiiilua Ast.Co .
WallukuSurar Co .. .
Walmanato Sural Co
MlSCr LLANEOUS. '
Wider Steamship Co
.lasllan fciectrlcCo .
Hon. Rapid T.& LaniCot
Mutual telechon Co . '
Oanu Ry ft Land Co i
KtOplf I ICt K If lo
First National Bank .. ;
Hawaltinfjnv ) per cent)
Hllok. R. Co.6percr.t,
Hun. Hpl1 rrtnslt..
fca P'antat'n 6 per cent!
Oahu ft h Land Co. pr c,
Oahu Plantation 6 p c
Olaa Plantation 6 p c.
WalaluA Asrlcul 6 p c t
ShIih . Kwa. J-l.o 7 1-, -0 Kwa,
$2l.:t7 1-2; 2. Ka. $21.37 12; C Kwa.
WILLARD E. BtOWNt
Halstead & Go;,
on Sugai Securities
407 Fort Street.
Stock and Bond Exchange.
Stock and Bond Broker
Member of Honolulu Stock Excbtngi
Orders lor the purchase or sale of stock!
ana bonds carefully and promptly execut.l.
Ground Floor, Judd Building.
Postoffice Box 300. Telephone 169.
FIRE X.J r MARINE
MclNERNY BLOCK. PORT ST.
IN REAL ESTATE, NET
TING THE PURCHASER
12 per annum, la of
JUDD & COMPANY, LTD.
307 Ktnnijcnwulcl Building.
No More Dread
omhb Dental Chair
TERTH UXTRACTUD AND FIl.I.Kli
AIIS0MJTKI.Y WITHOl'T PAIN b)
our lata scientific uiethod applied to the
gums. No sleep-produilns agents 01
These aro the only dental parlors It
Honolulu having I'ATKNTKD APPLI
ANCES and Ingredients to extract, fill
and apply gold crowns and porcelain
crowns unJectccable from natural tectt
and wurranted for ten years, WITH
OUT THE LEAST PAIN. All wori
done by ORADUATED DENTISTS ot
from 12 to 20 years' experience, and
each department In charge ot a Special
ist, dive us call, and you will find
us to do exactly as we advertise. We
will tell you In advanco exactly what
your work will cost by a FREE EX
AMINATION. Set Teeth $S00
Gold Crowns 6H.00
Gold HllllnHn $1.00
Kllver Fillings 50c
WMflyJjttlMI ml 1 li'1-AjAr
Our nnmo alone will be a guarnntr.
that your work will be of the best.
New York Dental Parlors,
Room 4. Elite Building, Hotel Street
LADIES IN ATTENDANCE.
E. W. Jordan
NO. 10 STORE
Is nhvays welt to thu front in gen
uine Goods nt l'alr Prices.
tho store must keep in line with
other stores In frontage to tho
tho Government may ask me to
move bark, which will lessen tho
slzo of my store, and I must re
duce my Immense Stock to at
least one-half. I therefore Intend
GIVE ALL OF MY CUSTOMERS
the opportunity to buy goods at
never heard of hete. Come be
fore you buy elsewhere and you
will ay my prices are all right.
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