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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, II. T.. THURSDAY, NOV. 7, 1901
Tour Indies nidi1 nnd regular
ly sold nt $1.50 per janl, for 75c.
The 1.25 kind, 2 Inches wide,
for . . ,. 75c.
REAL TORCHON LACES.
20c. Torchons tor 15c. yd. '
25c. Torchons', 6 yds., $1.00.
12Jc. Torchons, 7c. per yd.
Spangled I'nsKementorles, regulnily wild nt 75c to U.00, for 25e.
Heavy Jet trimmings, $1 kind, for 50c per yard.
Fancy Chiffons, 10e. and 25c; l'lented Chiffons, 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 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 IS.
IS BUT A PRINTED
FORM OF A
When You Dream of
Yon Wake Up Hungry
Telephone 22, 24 or 92 about It.
Write P. O. t.ox 086 about It.
ART SQUARE AND CENTER RUGS
You should see tho beautiful assoit
ment we have Just received of these
livery housekeeper knows tho value
of a nils for preserving her hardwood
(loom and putting the tlntshlng touch
to a well furnished room.
Knowing this, wo would also have
her know that this Is an uiiusinlly
benutlfiil assortment, nnd tho prices
mo away down.
We went you to como and seo them.
We iccelved at tho samo time som)
liundsoiuu mahogany and golden oak
LIBRARY AND PARLOR TABLES.
These Tables nro somo of tho hvvoII
est wu have over handled, and will
suit tho most fastidious taste,
J. HOPP & CO.,
Tho Lending Furniture Dculeitt.
King and Bethel Sts,
BACK 8ILK LACES..
Ten patterns to chonso from.
50c. to $1.25 kinds for 25c. yd.
WHITE SILK LACES.
Ten pnttcrni to chooao from.
Regular DOc. to "5c. kinds re
duced to ...... ..25c. per yd.
Our proposition to J on, Mister
Customer. Is to compare our selec
tion of Holiday Coods, lino for
lllii' with those hold elsewhere.
Wo lene the decision to ou.
Larger stock, larger stores, than
over before. (Wo hao two now,
connected by n big arch door.)
Wall, Nichols Co.,Ltd.
That's a symptom of n rundown
erudition that many people have nt
ithls time of year. Hut don't rosort to
opiates. I on need a system builder
something that will glvo tone, vim
nnd reucwed Htlcngtii.
fulfills a twofold duty; It's medicine
ns well us food. It bulliis up tho whole
sjstem. i estorcs loss of annetitc. nnd
a wine glass befoie bedtlmo will pio-
iluco sound, reireshlng sleep. Itojnl
Malt Extrac t is the best that ripe bar
ley und careful brow Ins can produce.
so Insist on having If.
25c or $2.50 by Dozen.
PORT AND KINQ
M. Phillips & Co.
Wholesale Importer and Jobbers.
European and American Dry Goods.
Fort and Queen Sta.
H. Hackfeid & Co., Ltd.
General Commission Agents.
Cor. Fort and Queen Streeta, Honolulu.
TH'S 8PACc RESERVED FOR
J. D. AVERY,
leneral Reporting and Typewriting.
Second floor Ellto Iilds.. Hotel St
At nmc' to l:45; Tel Mln 7
At kouif evenings; Tel. Blue 2611.
CONSIDERING NEW PLAN
Deal on With Panama Railroad for
Freight Taffic Benefi-
ciil to Both Corx-
San rranclseo, Oct. 25. A trnfflc ni
rnngenunt that would appear to be a
good thing for both parties Is rcporttd
to bo under consideration by the American-Hawaiian
nnd the l'annmn llallroad Company.
Since the Inauguration of the line A
)cnr ago the Amcrlian-llnwHllan enm
tnny's steamers on the route connect
ing New York with this rort and Ho
nolulu hac been running through thej
Straits of Magellan, calling nt no In
tcrimdlute ports of the line except to
io.il, nnd by reason of the 16ng voyage.
piling up the cNpenses of the company
to nn extent that required unusually
good innnagenHut In order to ptova
I'ndcr the arrangement said to bo
itndci negotiation the six large steam
cis of the Amerlcnn-Ilawallnn line will
Boon he piling no further anulh than
Panama, three running between this:
port Honolulu nnd Panama, the others
between the Isthmus and New York
with the Pnn.tma Railroad company
doing all the overland business
brought to Its eighty-mile road by the
gicat ocean carriers. This will Include,
the handling of Hawaiian sugar, for
the transportation of which the Amer-Ican-llnvvailan
company has valuable
Contracts. The cnrrrylng of this sugni
Is of Itself such a big Item that It form
ed one of the principal reasons In the
first place for the organization of the
Amcrlcan-IInvvnllnn Steamship Com
pany composed tnilnly of New York
and San Francisco capitalists nnd Ho
nolulu planters. Thousands of tons ot
the product nre controlled by the
ttockholdcis themselves, not to men
lion the large quantities secured ns
fielght from Honolulu firm.
The compact between tho two com
pnnlis would naturally icsult In Hi"
Panama Hallroad company lalng off
Its line of steamers that has been ply
I ni, between this city and the Uthmui
since the Unfile arrangement with the
Pacific Mall company cplrcd a yea"
or more ago. All of Its business could
ho easily looked after by the Anicrl
can-Hawaiian company, and the l'ana
inn people would bo Kept busy hand
tins the new business that would How
In nt both ends of the rnllioad. Tho
arrangement, It Is pointed out, would
lie equally profitable to both compan
Vs. One of the principal oflliers nnd
stockholders of the Amerlenn-IInvva-)!nii
company Is authority for tho
statement that such nn arrangement Is
under consideration. -
The big meeting of the executive
committee of tho Hume Utile party will
take place this evening nt the usual
t'me and plaie. It Is expected that
there will be a ery large nttcndanu1
at the nie ting, sinin the objects ate
of such an Important nature.
The first niattci will ho the Instal
lation ot the flvo new members of the
executive committee appointed at the
meeting held on Tuesday night last
The second mattei will be the con
sideration of the change In the name
of the native party from "Indepen
dent Home Hule" to "Home rule Re
public nn." Huth sides of the contin
vcrsy will be well represented at the
meeting anil ,iciy waim discussion
may be expected.
William McCarthy, the shipping
mnstcr, was convicted ot assault and
battery on Ills wife bcfoio Judge Hum
phreys yesterday afternoon. Deputy
Attorney fieneral Cathcart prosecuted,
and J. I.. Knuliiknu defended him. Il
was sentenced by Judge Iliimphic)s to
thirty days at haul labor. The Jim
consisted of fieo.-W. Harrison, Isaiah
limy, David Notley, Cleo. Dudolt, Jr.
John Ilaiismanii, Jonah K. Inahlla
Joseph Klchaids. Geo. K, Knla, Her
mann Levy, Geo W. Mnc, Jacob l.ai.
do and James M. Sims.
Tlin LOTTERY OH LOVR "
On Tuesday evening of tho Nelll sea
ton there will be given one of the most
delightful nnd successful comcdlet
over presented at Daly's famous the
ater In New York In "The Lottery pi
Love" that was adapted by the late
Augustln Daly from n French hource
nnd has for its theme the mother-In
law question. A piototype of the fa
mous Kansas Joint smasher, Cm rle Na
tion, Is shown In the play and Is Im
personated by Miss Lillian Andrews of
the Nelll company.
The central character of the coined)
Is a young man who obtains a divorce
ftom his first wife on account ot her
very erratic mother, only to llml tha'
after he has married a second time
that his new father-in-law tins gone
and mauled his first wife, thereby glv
Ing him two mothers-in-law Instead of
one. The many complications ate
highly nmuslng In ever) particular.
The comedy wns recently plajed
with tremendous success by .Mr. Nelll
In San Francisco.
'HrV, tor TEN DOLLARS.
IhuMMilttUimv Unrti inn
tHllifir imiiltumr Jur IUU
mull iirue. rmtrl In
venlluiioi tin ue. Mtur
ilyMiiliomtuit i triii
tu ml, Ntioitlil mkhUh
turn it nil Iiithii:iIp '
nooktriff. I" (Wins full InftiniiHliuii iiH.llttt.hiiiiMMll
tie W nn wlrt ? Muiimninl th ntvt, till nr ml lrr
U01ITIC TIHIf (.''wiiuwfi.mnutl.M
" ' I ! r E aSN. ','
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Sugar 3 13-lCc.
The steamer J. A. Cummins nrilvcd
from Koolau ports this morning.
Tho steamer Mlkahala will sail for
Kauai this afternoon nt A o'clock.
Tho lumber schooner Magglo C. Uu
arrived from Mendocino this morning.
Several Klllplnos nre ltho steer
ago of the Peking on their way home.
The 1'ollnids nre to play nn in
pagenient In San Francisco at tlio
Tho bark Mohican docked this aft
ernoon nt the 1'ort sttect whnif to
V. F. Fernnndez entertained n few
of his friends nt luncheon this noon,
In honor of his 23d birthday.
On October 29th the rat" of rein
Biirance on tho American ship llenj.
1'. Pncknrd was quoted at IT, per cent.
Tho schooner U. W. Rartlctt from
San Francisco with n general cargo
arrived this morning after nn unevent
llourbun whiskey C jears old, $3 50,
claret, JO cents, sherry and Tokay, 73
cents n gallon nt Hoffschlacger Co.'s,
Mrs. Raymond C. Drown came In th
Peking mid Is no v. with Mr. llrown'a
patents. Mr. nnd Mrs. Joshua K
on Mnklkl sticct.
A Japanese Interpreter nt n salary
of four dollnis per day when he it
employed has been provided for tho
Collector of Customs,
Sleward Hert Johnson of the City
ill Peking expects to be piomoted to
one of the big new steamers of the
Pat I lie Mall Company.
A San Francisco correspondent
writes that Hounkna Jumped from $10
to $12 during the week previous to thr
depaiture of the City of Peking.
The steamer Alameda did not mnkr
any better time to Snn Francisco thin
she did coming here She was sl
days and eighteen hours on the run
Honolulu Photo Supply Co. besides
doing the best printing and developing
In the city for the least money; supply
amateur and professionals with all
Don't forget Camarlnos of tho Cali
fornia Fruit Market when joti want
fruit nnd vegetables. He always has
on liand a fresh supply of both Califor
nia nnd Island fruits. Telephone Main
It Is teamed that Melba tho famous
oi em singer, will pas through Ho
nolulu nn her vvav to her home In Mel
bourne some time In the coming jear
and that she will play one night nt the
The steamer Hawaii, sailing this
afternoon, will take a crew foi the
nnrkentlne Jane I, Stanford, now nt
Knaunpnll. Tho Mauna l.oa, lcnvi
tomorrow, will lake a crew for the
liarkentlne Jus. I,. Tuft. Tim men
were shipped by Lewis & Turk.
A coirespondent writing from San
Francisco on the dato of the deput liuu
of the Ult) of Peking from that place
stntis that Hon. Samuel Parker and his
secretary. It. C. A. Peterson, had Just
arrived back from Washington and
would 'Undoubtedly return to Honolulu
In the Alameda.
When tho City of Peking sailed from
San Frnnclsin, II, J. Nolle was at the
Occidental hotel, having Just returneej
from a trip to Carlsbad Springs, in
(icrmnny. t (e wns very much Improv
ed In health and expected to be back
In Honolulu during tho latter part of
the present month.
OT OF PEK I'd HERE
The Pacific Mall steamer CJty of I'e
e,lng nrrivcil hen last night soon aftei
midnight and wns anchored off port
tntli early this morning when she vvnt
given prnctliiie and pei nilttcd lo inter
the haihor from quarantine. She had
i pleasant trip fmm Kan Fraiirlseo and
made n fair tllp but not us fast as was
expected of her as she was clean off the
dock. The vcAel brought n very large
mall, many passengers nnd a good deal
of freight for this port and will sail
for the Orient tomtiirovv morning at f
Captain Smith reports that arrange
ments have been made to give Captain
Seabury of tho China the new htenmci
lately launched by the Pnclllc Mall Co
and he will leave foi (he east on the nr
rival of tho'Chlim In San Francisco.
Captain Smith will be given the coin
mnnd of the other new steamer when
ho Is ready nnd It Is reported that
Captain Frlel formerly of the ste.imet
I'd ii will be piomoted to the rommifnd
of tho China Among tho passengers
arriving In the Peking fur this port irjt
Chief Justice and Mrs, W F Fiear, r
A. Schaefci und family .Mate McDon1
tlel nf the Sea King, and the Aitny
rloird of Knglnci'is consisting of Ma-
lot W I! Illrklielmer und Colunc'Is
V .11. Huci und C. L. II. Davis.
LAROR LAW TIMAL.
'1 lie ease of W. M Campbell, chnrg
"d. with the violation of the Fulled
tntcs labor law In the construction of
t building upon the naval reservation
vas ealled up In the Fulled States
'ourt jesterday afternoon, Campbell
ngcther with his suh-rontraitor, Ohtn
vas Indicted by the Federal (Irnnd
fury for the piesent term nnd the.
rial of the former Is being held scp
irately nt his request.
The following Jury was empanelei'
mil svvorir D. H. Whitman, W, K.
Skinner. Stanley Stephenson. R. E.
.oekwood, W J. Illckey, W C. Hollln
tend, K. II, Purler. John Ross, T. W,
Inbion, John D. Holt, F. (!. Smith. A.
Another VechiinlcV I ten.
The Westein Iron Woiks tins (lied In
lie ("Ire ult Couit n meelianlc's lien
ignlnst Victor Hoffman and tho llauo
tilu Drew Ing and Malting Company
'he plaintiff i latins $12.tM for ma
eilal furnished In the construction of
ho brown) buildings, J T Do flolt
s tliu ntturnc) for the Western lion
The Evening fiulletln, 73 centa per
from 2 to 9 p. m.
We will have our new store open for In
spection nnd we want to see evcrybod)
No shoes will be sold, but nil who visit
our opening will receive a tlckit entitling
them to a chance for a pair ot shoos.
The lucky ones mny have their choice
of nuy pair of shoes .11 our peace.
fe n MISS
I M'lNERNY SHOE STORE
750 PAIRS OF
BOY'S WHITE DUCK KNEE PANTS
SPECIAL SALE PRICE 35c.
During this week wo will place on sale at 'J."i per eent less than
SOOO YARDS OF EMBROIDERIES AND INSERTIONS.
This stock consists of the latest designs, and every piece Is
marked In plain figures.
This week wo are showing some of the handsomest cushion
covers, with backs, ever seen In Honolulu. Just this ono week
the prices will be lowered to 45 centa each; then will rise to their
IN OUR LACE DEPARTMENT.
Y"oti will find the daintiest nnd choicest creations, and the se
lection Is very large. Whether )ou come to us first or Inst wu can
(111 your order lu this line.
THE NEILL SEASON Is about to open and wo can fit Jon
out with li loves, Handkerchiefs,
I Pacific Import Co., Ltd.
Progress Itlock, I'upt Street, t
CLIINTOIN J. HUTCHI1NS,
-m . - uawuii
Kl id. If niX' Jw
: Jl t imW
No More. Dread
or tie Dental Chair
TEITTH KXTUACTKn AND TILLEl
AUSOLUTHLY WITHOUT PAIN b)
our lato scientific method applied to tbr
gums. No sleep-producing agents 01
Thcso are the only dental parlors It
Honolulu having PATENTED APPLI
ANCG3 and Ingredients to extract, 111'
and apply gold crowns and porcelali
crowns unJectccablo from natural tcetl
and warranted for ten years, WITH
OUT THR LRABT PAIN. All worl
done by GRADUATED DENTISTS o
from 12 to 20 years' experience, and
?ach department In charge, ot a Special.
1st Olvo us a call, And you will find
us to do exactly as we advertise. W
will tell you In advanco exactly what
your work will cost Dy a FREE EX
8et Teeth 88 00
Gold Crowns $8.00
Gold FllllnUii 91.00
Silver Fillings 00c
Our name alono will be a gunrantei
that your work will bo of tbo best.
New York Dental Parlors,
Room 4. Elite Building, Hotel Slretr
LADIES IN ATTENDANCB.
mmimV ' ll km Y III iW
II ' 'v'Ur a- I
Our till) er In New Yoik purchased
from one of the largest Hojh' Clothing
Manufacturers, who uro retiring from
business nn Immense stock of Ho,vb'
Knee Suits, sizes from ". to 15 ears,
nnd Hoys' Suits with long ti misers, sizes
15 to 18 yenrs.
This stock consists of nil wool goodH
In Cheviots, Scotch Twei-ds, Worsted
and Illue All Wool Serges.
We have Gift of these suits selling nt
LESS THAN REGULAR VALUE.
line Dress Materials, Kte.
(-.JtOtVUJIWB 0'JU mm
f 5 ..L
NO. 10 STORE
J. H. FISHER
Stock and Bond Brokers.
FIRE ASSOCIATION, of Phlladelphtv
WESTERN ASSURANCE CO.
Offices Stangenwald Bldg., Mer
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE
Honnlulu, November 7, loot
NAME OF STOCK j 5j'J ? Bll A.k.l
C Rrtwff ft Oitnttry tenooc loo.
N S VilhlDOUL-l 6o,tM w loo
L.tl. Km t Co., Ill . IO0.O1O V .. 4o
Ew punii-lon Co .... J tte.000 10 iH
Hmna PUn-tltonCo !?$. too
HiwillinAztlcvl-urilCo 1 wwo ttn
HillnCtm tcSgCo l,n,!J), IM
MftlunSu?r Co tooo.coo i) i
Monomu Sueif Co 7500001 t 1)0
H mofcii Sugar Co tow,ooo n 11 . .
Hi ku 5citir Co I ywooo s too
Kihuku Purution Co & t
Klhil Plant Lo lei, loyiooo 30 9H
KliilAiltiSuf.rCo . ico,or. oc 101
Koloi Sunt Co . is-.oou xi .. t
KonlbUisrCo il l.coo
M:I)i)lbuCo ,U i ' im.tio j . ...
(li pitCQ,OOj tJ ,
NiMI.ii Sus Co Ltl i 1
' rJupJ . . ..r ...
O.liu Sutll Co . .Scr.OM1 too 05 itl!(
rnf SujitCo iiwo t4 ., .
OokiiiSuir I'lin Col .. k
Olll Set Co , LU , I I ooo l i
OIllSciCoLtJ plupl Jo,o' to ll .
OlooilaCrrrrin . ' ljo.o too ... i
PiuhiuSu l'ln Co .5000.0J0I p....
Piclfic Sujit Ml'l jtuooo 100 .. , .
Pill llinttt on Co . TS0.000 im tif
Pepukto Suflt Co ' ?So.ooc loo
PioiwtrMUICo . itjiono n . ... ,
Plonw Mill Co All , 5000. la
Wililul Ajt Co. l,joo.ooo lor
wniuka Sueir Co I To.onc i
Wilminilo Sgii Co . 'l't 'c "I"
WllmoMIIICo ... Iijouo ijc
Wl dr Strlmit p Co I sv.ooo loo c-o .
IUr.UliniSoim N CoJ sooono too. ,. I
.flillin tltrlc Co ijo,oan 10c
Hon RirlJT & linlCo tso.ono 10c Stje
Mutdll Tlphon Co l3,nn IC
Oihu Hy A: Lin 1 Co 1 ,ano,ooo loo ... ot
Peoplt's let & It I e Co) 159,000 toe
Flfit Nillnml Birk I
FIIA b HmkT.Co
HiwillinCi, v s r" ctm ,,,,,
Hllol! P Co.ercint,
II1I0 t K,Co 6rcrnl
Urn I-if 1 1 Tnnll
t P'imiln 6r"nll totU ....
Uitiu R& LinlCo rr cl ioi). ....
Oi'iu IMin-itlon 6pc
OI11 IMintitlon 6 p c. ' ,.
Wililui Asrltul 6pc ,,
V.ILLAWl) fi. DicOWN,
Halstead & So.;
on Sugai Securities
407 Fort Street.
Stock and Bond Exchange.
Stock and Bond Broker
Member of Honolulu Stock Excfcaniu
OrJers lor the purchase or vile of stock!
ana tond carefully and promptly e;ut J
Ground Floor, JuJd BulMInR.
Postoffice Box joo. I elephont i(5
For Sale !
Valuable biihlnt-SH property on Port
street, opposite Kiikul, and north of
the Yosemlto hiilldlng; 47 feet front
age b) elepth of Si! leet.
JUDO & COMPANY, LTD.
307 Btnngcnwnld HulldlnH.
la nlvva)s well to the front In fii
ulno floods 'at Kulr Prices.
tho storo must keep In line with
other Aores In frontage, to tho
the Government may ask mo to
movo back, which will lessen the
size of m store, and I must re
duce my Immense Stock to at'
least ouo half. I therefore Intend
GIVE ALL OF MY CUSTOMERS
the opportunity to buy goods nt
never heard of hero. Come be
foto j on buy cUcuhcrc nnd)ou
will say my pi Ices aro all right.
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