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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, II. T WEDNnsn.W. NOV. C, 1001.
Four Inches nlrfo nnd regular
1 nold at Jl.no r yard, fur 75c.
The $1.21 Kind. 2 Indies wide.
REAL TORCHON LACES.
20c. Torehons lor 15e. yd.
2Sc. Torchons, 6 yds., $1.00.
12c. Torctions, 7c. per yd.
BACK SILK LACES.
Ten patterns to chooso from.
10c. to $1.21 Kinds for 25c. yd.
WHITE SILK LACES.
Ten patterns to rhooso from.
Itegulnr 10c. to 75c. kinds re
duced to 25c. per yd.
SALE OF TRIMMINGS
Hpaugleil Passementerie's, rcRiiIiirly sold nt 71c to $1.00, for 25c.
jiuav) jei i riminiiigH, 91 liinu, iur ouc. per yaru.
Fancy Chiffons, 10e. and 25c; Pleated Chiffons, nil
, nil colors, 25c.
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 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:
60LE AGEN I S.
IS BUT A PRINTED
FORM OF A
Our proposition to you, MUter
Customer, Is to compare our selec
tion of Holiday Hoods, lino for
line wllh those hold clsuwhcrc.
We lentn the decision to you.
Larger stock, larger stores, than
over lieforu. (Wo havo two now,
connected by a big arch door.)
Wall, Nichols Co., Ltd.
When You Dream of
Yon Wake Up Hungry
Telephone 22, 24 or 92 about It.
Write P. O. box j86 about It.
That's u symptom of a run-down
erudition that many people havo nt
this time of yeur. Hut don't report to
opiates. ou need a sytjem builder
something that will gtvo tone, vim
unil renewed strength.
fulfills a twofold duty; It's medicine
as well as food. It builuH up the whole
b stein, restores loss of appetite, and
n wine glass before bedtlmo will pro
duce sound, refreshing sleep. Itoyut
Malt Extract Is the best that rlpo bar
ley unil careful brewing can produce,
'.... 1....1-. .. i.n..i.... i
n.J uinini 1,11 Milting ,i.
25c or $2.50 by Dozen.
PORT AND KINd
ART SQUARE AND CENTER RUGS
You should see thn beautiful assort
ment we have Just lecelw-d of these
Kwry housekeeper Knows the value
of a Hug for preserving her hardwood
floors ami putting the nnlsblng touch
to h well-furnished room.
Knowing this, wo would also havo
her Know that this Is nu unusually
beautllul assortment, und th prices
are away down.
We went you to come and sen them.
We received at the same time some
huudnomo mahogany mid gulden oak
LIBRARY AND PARLOR TABLES,
Theaii Tables are somo of the swell
est v. have ever handled, and will
suit (lie most laMldlous taste.
J. HOPP & CO.,
The Lending Furniture Dealers,
King and Bethel 5ts
M. Phillips & Co.
Wholesale Importer! and Jobbers.
European and American Dry Goods.
Fort and Queen Sts.
rTTHackfeid & Co., Ltd.
General Commission Agents.
Cor. Fort and Queen Streets, Honolulu.
HIE RULER MEETING
MRS. WILCOX AND
Emmeluth Would Prevent a Rupture
Pleads for Combined Attion
Beckley Makes a
The Home Hulers executive commit
tee held a meeting last night for the
purpose of filling vacancies lu Its mem
bership caused by death and rcslgna
tlon and of attending to whatever clsn
might be brought up for consideration.
While the meeting was not very pro
lific as to results there was a phase
brought out that shows like straws,
which way the wind blows. There was
plenty of Hunt contained within the
breasts of some of the members pres
cnt but on only one occasion did II
show Itself, and that when the business
of the evening had been computed.
While It was expcited by many that
Inst night's meeting would define the
oaet positions of the two elements
that, In- mul a doubt, now exist within
the co nil ik s of the Home Hole party,
still, ns the discussion on various
points progressed. It could be seen thai
a truce had been declared and tn.it
each side was willing to call a halt In
the midst of things.
Keprcscntatlve John Emme-ltith
struck this kcjnote when he said be
foic the assembled committee that ho
did not believe In precipitate action;
that the adoption of the name "He
publican Home Hule" was something
that could not be done by the execu
tive committee since such a course was
nn nrrogntlon to themselves of the
right of the people to say what the
party should be, that the platform ol
the party had been established bv th
convention of delegates fiom all over
the Islands; that that convention had
piescrlbcd the name "Independent
Home Hule" mid that that name should
stand until anothir like convention ot
lUlcgatcs should see fit to make a
Mr. Kmmrlutli went fiirHher and said
that tin" Independent Home Hule p.ntj
had Ik en organized for the attainment
of certain ends nnd that, since then
had not yet been complite success In
the attainment of those ends, the party
should seek to hold together until it
hail accomplished what It set out to do.
No one could mistake the trend of
.Mr. Eniini'liith's remarks. They slm
ply meant the preservation of the old
status of the party with an attempt to
hotter the conditions within its own
ranks. This Is the ground taken by
many who have scanned the political
horizon for some time past and who
feel with the natives that there arn
certain ends yet to be obtained which
must be done by tho Independent
Home Itulu party nnd that party alone
A split up at this time would mean
disaster. This very point accounts for
Senator Kalaiiokalanl's stand In re
fusing to step down and out from the
leadership of the party, although he
Is willing to do even that If ho ran
satisfy himself that such action would
redound to the benefit of the party.
Representative Beckley. who Is
known to be one of the earnest nnd
conscientious workers on behalf of a
moru aggressive policy, did not s.vy
.uiich at last night's meeting but he
took flu- stand that the platform
should be changed. Further he charg
ed that the platform had not been llv
I'd up to by thu Home Hule members of
he Legislature and particularly by the
members or the Senate.
After .Mr. I'mmeluth's words of
warning, (leorge Mnrkham took tho
Iloor and attacked, with no attempt nt
a disguise of Ids feellugK, the work
of tho party leaders at the recent ses
sions of the Legislature, Tho Senn
'ors and Representatives had not
lived up to tho platform to tho uphold
ing of tho principles of which they
had pledged themselves. The sneak-
iv went further and said that the
Home Rule legislators had proven
either failures or dishonest men. Then
u- branched forth on tho chango of
the name ot the. party, characterizing
the action us an underhanded piece ol
business. Mr. . .arkham madu refer
ence to Mrs. Wilcox's paper, "Tho
Home Hule Hepubllcan." This arous
d the ire of Mrs. Wilcox, who, Imme
diately upon the adjournment of thu
me-i-tliig. unswered the previous speak
er In anciy words, complete her re
murks with the btutvment Hint the
name "Home Itulu Republican" had
been adopted by n convention of the
central committee upon tho return of
her husband fiom Washington.
The matter of thu endorsement of a
part paper was brougnt up for dlscin
'Ion but. the atmospheiu being charg
ed with all manner of invisible explo
-ivi-s, It whs thought better to post
pone itiiiMdeiutlon until tomorrov
night, when thuic will be. u big meet-
ng of the I'M-euilve i-otmiiltteo.
Another piece of business transact
d nt the meeting wns the appoint
ment of the following to places on tho
executive conimltteo; I'rlneo Cupid
Kalanlnuuole, Carlos Long, Moses K,
Nakulmi, Louis Kuhlzuum und Kullopu,
Senator Kulauokulunl presided at tho
meeting, but, fur u time, ho was ns
listed by Vice Chairman James K.
Knulla. J. K. Nakookoo took down
the minutes of the meeting.
THIS SPACc RESERVED FOR
J. D. AVERY,
General Reporting and Typewriting.
Hecond floor Kllto lllilg.. Hotel St.
At office to G:4Cj Tol. Main 76.
At kousr evenings; Tol. blue. 26il.
In the suit of ejectment of C. K. C.
Rooke vs. J. O. Young the following
agreement for no further proceedings
has been filed by J. Alfred Magoeu for
ilaintlrr and Alfred W. Carter for de
fendant" "It Is hereby agreed between
the parties In the above entitled cause
that neither party will proceed further
therein, the plalnilff having conveyed
the property claimed by him to ths
defendant, who hns taken the same, the
p.utlch thereby compromising all fur
ther controversy in the matter." Judge
Humphreys closes thu Incident with
this order on the face of the paper;
"Let tills usreement be tiled and noted
on the minutes of the court." Tho
properly In question was a triangular
lot on the west side of l.lllhu street,
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Stop nt Mrs. Hnnna'g new millinery
store on Tort street near Chaplain'
Representative Fred llcckley Willi
leave for Molokal tomorrow. He will J
ho gone a week or so.
'Hie regular meeting of Hawaiian
Aerie of Eagles will be held this even
ing nt 7:30 sharp. Sec notice.
No use talking, the best place to buy
wall papers, linoleums, etc., Is nt
Deal's, llcretanla street, uet to cornet
Uourhon whiskey 6 years old, 13.50;
claret, SO cents; sherry and Tokay, 75
cents a gallon at Hoffschlacgcr Co.'s,
Yong Tnl, charged with having clip
fa tickets In possession, was fined (15
and costs by Judge Wilcox In the Po
lice Court today.
Tho band will play at the Hawaiian
hotel Friday night Instead of Thurs
day on account of the arrival of the
Alameda on the former day.
Teach and Apple Jack (brandy),
from old Kentucky, for Southerners
ami others, nt the Encore Saloon,
northwest corner Nuuanii and Hotel
Mrs. Eliza Macfarlunc who on Inst
Saturday sustained such n serious nccl-1
dent. Is testing very easily and theie
are signs of an Improvement In her
Alonzo Kuhln. one of the oldest and
best known of the native printers of
the city, died this morning nt 12-30
o'clock. The funeral will take place
Oldcon West, who suffered a strok
of apoplexy Monday, rclaped Into un
consciousness jcstcnlay and it Is now
feared by his friends that the em I
Don't forget Camarlnos of the Cali
fornia Fruit Market when you want
fruit nnd vegetables, lie always has
on hand a fresh supply of both Califor
nia and Island fruits. Telephone Main
Post Oillce Inspector J. U. Linn, who
has Just returned from nu olllclal tour
of the Ulg Island, states that the car
rlcrs there are now familiar with their
mutes ami that the post oltins are get
tllng along well.
Mnnuel Pcrr.v and Hob Levy, two
hackmen of the city, have been ar
lesttel on the i barge of liblilnous soil
i.ltatlon. Their cases came up In thu
I'otlcu Court today but vveie continued
river until a Inter date.
Thcrcta Alu Knlcl pclltluiis to bo ap
pointed guardian of her minor son,
Joshua David Kokl Jr.. who owns a
New York Life policy for $2500, lion-cn
and cattle valued at 25W and real es
tate at Wulmcn, Hawaii, at JlUuO.
Mrs. J. II. Coney of Knuiil will leave
for the Coast In the China Saturday
for the purpose of visiting her old
home in Columbus, Ohio. Sh will be
gone about three months. Her sister,
Miss Sadie Ke'lly, will accompany her.
Deputy Attorney Rencrals Cathenrt,
Dunne and Douthltt, High Sheriff
Drown. Deputy Sheriff Cblllingwortb
and John Ken, have presented a cut
glass punchbowl with a silver ladle, to
Mr. and Mri. E. P. Dole as a wedding
In the equity case of Frank C. Uer
telmann and Henry O. Ilcrteluiann vs.
Francis M. Drooks ct al., for perform
ance of an agreement to lend plaintiff
$5000, a demurrer has been entered by
Kllauea Sugar Co., one of tho defen
dants, represented by Hutch & Sllll
mau. The barks C. D. Ilrynnt and Mohican
arrived this morning. The Ilrynnt Is
from San I'lanelsco while the Mohican
conies from Oyster Harbor with a car
go of coal. Iloth H'Si-els made long
trips nnd hail good weather. The Ilry
nnt wns 20 days on the run while thn
Mohican made the trip In 21 days.
Louise, the pretty little Porto Rlrnn
girl who has been In custody at tho
police station for somo days past on
thn charge of being a common prosti
tute, had her case nolle pros'd lu the
Police Court this forenoon. It is un
derstood that she Is to appear ugalnst
a certain hackman who Is charged with
The steamer Alameda which will ar
rive here on the 9th Inst, will bring tin
Army engineers who will go to Pearl
Harbor to look over the work to he
clone there. The party will consist of
Major Illrklinc, Colonel Hcuer und
Lleutenuut Colonel Davis. They will
remain here but a few- days returning
to tho Coast again In the Alameda
when she leaves on the 13th
The harkentlne Amelia sailed for tho
Sound this morning. Thn vessel did
not take a tug hut made her way out of
the haihor under sail. As the wind
was very Uilky the vessel got Into sev
ernl ticklish positions before she got
to the lighthouse, Thehn she met n
squall which put her lu line shape to
kuc the bay ami she made good time
with most of her salln set to the h.ir.
Ilonils of the .Moan a Hotel Companj
to the amount of $104,000 have bee-D
Issued and subset Ibed Tho deed of
1 1 list made to the Hawaiian Trust
company lias been signed and delivered
-j ml the securities are now on tho mar
kct. This issue Is made for the pur
yoso of muklng Improvements. The
first of these will be the erection of
wo new cottages, pluns for which
have been made"..
The five masted schooner W. M
Marston arrived from San Francisco
Mils morning with a very largo cargo
'if hay anil grain and some machinery
She has a tremendous deck cargo of
hay which Is housed In with wood
Tho vessel had extreme!) fine weather
on the run down which she mado In
Id days. Her crew are not very good
sailors being nearly all of them Chil
eans who were shipped in place of a
union crew In Snn Francisco.
iO-r RUPTURE CURhD
. for ILH UULLJiHO.
ttllLrir Aiiliuinfg tor Mil
iiuill 1-f it t. rititttl hi
triitliiiiof ttu le inn
ityit'ftnmitorl it f l. ni.
Hi win! Inlli,'iil
ll.aiclo. tM gtrlnir mil trfi.ntiMiuii i.-.il.-it.i oil
it on rw pint . MniiftiillliUn M Hirrnnrr4
UK(TIC TIVS! CB " "'"' "'"I SAI JUIC1UA
from 2 to 9 p. m.
We will hnve our new store open for In
spection nnd we want to Bee everybody
No shoes will be sold, hut nil who visit
our opening will receive a ticket entitling
them to n rhnucc for a pair of shoi-s.
The lucky ones may have tne-lr choice
of any pair of shoes ,n our p,ace.
-Si " "HO
M'lNERNY SHOE STORE
Our buyer In New York purchased
from one of the Inrgest Hoys' Clothing
Mnnuliicturers. who nre retiring from
business, nil Immense slock of Hoys'
Knee Suits, sizes I lorn .' to 15 years,
mid Hoys' Suits with long trousers, sizes
15 to IS years.
This slock consists of all wool goods
In Cheviots, Scute li Tweeds. Worsted
and llluo All Wool Serges.
We have fiSO of these suits selling nl
LESS THAN REGULAR VALUE.
750 PAIRS OF
BOY'S WHITE DUCK KNEE PANTS
SPECIAL SALE PRICE 35c.
During this weuk we will place on sale at 25 per cent less tliaU
5000 YARDS OF EMBROIDERIES AND INSERTIONS.
This stock consists of the latest designs, nnd every piece Is
marked in plain figure.
This week we are s bowing somo of tho handsomest cushion
covers, with backs, ever seon In Honolulu. Just this one week
tho prices will be low-oied to 45 cents each; then will rise-to their
IN OUR LACE DEPARTMENT.
Von will find tho daintiest nnd choicest creations, und the se
lection Is very large. Whether you come to us tlrst or last we can
fill your order In this line.
THE NEILL SEASON Is about to open nnd we can lit you
out with (lloves, Haudkurchlufs. Fine Dress Materials, Ktr.
Pacific Import Co., Ltd.
ProripeMs lllock, I'ort Street.
CLIINTOIN J. HUTCHIISS,
J. H. FISHER
Stock and Bond Brokers.
FIRE ASSOCIATION of Philadelphia
WESTERN ASSURANCE CO, of Tc
HONOLULU 8T0CK EXCHANGE
Honnluln. November t igoi
NAME OF STOCK S'iH?! Bl
C. nrwf A Com?ifi i.ori,r ion
N S SiehDG.Co,lM v t,
L.U. Ktrr k Co., Lti . , too.o t V
Ew PUntitton Co .. ..
HtwaiUnCom A Su Co
Hllin Sufttr Co
Monomu Sugar Co
Ht'ku Sueir Co
Kaiuku I'Untatlnn Co
Kivatiutu Suffir C ..
Kolot Sugar Co
K iii $uTt Co . at
McHryif.Su Co ,U n
NaMkuSjcCo Lti mi
I Oshu Surar Co.
I (ionia SuearCo
CI kala Supar I'lin Co
OlaaS'J Co. LtJ '
raaunau mi nan -o
Pacific Sugar Mill
Pala Plantation Co
Pipeekto Sugar Co .
Plonet r Mill Co
Plnnm Mill Co Ami
Walalua Ar. Co,
WalluVu Sugar Co
Wa I in a ruin Sugar Co
Walmta Mill Co ..
Wl itr Steamship Co
lttrl'anJSMim N Co
1iallan Hrctrtc Co
Oahu Ry At Lani Co
ftopit icc at k I i-o
Pint National Rank
FlrtA.S Bank T. Co
HawallanGnv rf r fm
Hilo U H Co. 6rfnt
Hito W M.Co. 6cr cent
H n. kapll frntit
t4 r'antat n 6 tff ctnt
Oahu UA LanlCo. pc
Othu Plantation 6 p c
Otai Plantation e pc.
Walatda AcrftuI 4 pc
t ft. (Virt lOO1
?(0 n I'M
t Oiwj.ooo 1
I.oto nn 5
rt ur3 I30
IJ0 3U0 IOO
500 rtOO l9o
f i59,orjr li
)30 OM lOO
JOO wj loo
S.ilis 2.. Olaa. assessalile, Jl.sf 1 2,
r." Ol.iu asse-ssalile f I .Si 1 2: 2.r Olaa.
11.1I1I. ill an; 2.i Ola.i assessalile. 12.
2.", Ol.iu assessable. (2: r.n Olaa. as
sesMihle 2: 2,r, Olaa. tiHse-ssalile, $2,
(ll.ri iissessaiilH, $2
V.ILLAHI) E. DROWN,
Halstead & Co.,
on Suga. Securities
407 Fort Street.
Stock and Bond Exchange.
Stock and Bond Broker
Member of Honolulu Stock Eicbangi
Orders lor the purchase or sale of stock
ana lion Jj carefully and promptly executid.
Ground Floor, Judd Bulldlnc.
Postoffice Box )oo. Telephone S
MclNERISV BLOCK. PORT ST.
Fop Sale !
Valuable liuslnesH pniperty u 11 Kort
street. iipKislte KnUiil, anil north of
the Yosemlte hullilinK, IT feet front
nue by ilepth of !H in-i.
JUDD & COMPANY, LTD,
30T Stnnftcnwiild UullellniJ.
No More Dread
f the Dental Chair
TEETH EXTKACTET) AND FH.I.EI.
II1SOI.UTEI.Y WITHOUT TAIN b
iur lato sclentltlc methoil applied to tin
;unis. No slecp-prodiicInK agents 0
Theso arc tho only dental parlors It
lonolulu having PATENTED APPU
VNCES and Ingredients to extract, fll
ind apply gold crowns and porcelaU
rowns undectecablo from natural te-etl
ind warranted for ten years, WITH
)UT THE LEAST PAIN. All wort
lone by OHADUATED DENTISTS 0:
'rom 12 to 20 years' experience, ane1
-acb department In churge ot a Spe-clal
st Give us a call, And you will fine
is to do exactly as wo advertise. Wi
lll tell you In advance exactly wbs
your work will cost cy a FREE EX
Set Teeth $H.O0
Hold Crowns WK.00
Gold Filling) SI OO
Kllver FllllnHs BOc
Our name alnno will be a guarants
that your work will be of tbo best.
New York Dental Parlors,
Iloom 4. Elite Dulldlng, Hotel 8treet
LADIES IN ATTENDANCE.
E. W. Jordan
NO. 10 STOKII
Is nlwas well to the front In pn
nine (ionils at I-'alr Prices.
tho storo must keep In line with
other stores In frontage to the
tho Roernment may ask me to
mne back, which will lessen the
size of my Btnre, and I must re
duce my Immense Stork to at
least one hair. I therefore Intend
GIVE ALL OF MY CUSTOMERS
the opportunity to buy geiods at
newr hennl of lieie. C'omu lie.'
forn )ou buy elsewhere anil you
will say my prle-es are all right.