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EVBNINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, It. T.. SATURDAY, NOV. ft. 1001.
THERE'S NO, NICKNAilE to this Table
Linen Sale". It's Just a Plain Sale -Little
Price? Take the Place of Big Words.
72 Inh TABLE LINEN $1 pel ynnli Napkins to nintch. 2.:.n pr
dozen. Very handsome di'slgnte; "Klrur ile Us," "Polka Hot"
anil very pretty floral patterns.
GERMAN TABLE LINEN A ery pretty quality of Double Satis
Damask; $1.50 per yard Instead of I2.0U.
TABLE 8ET8, comprising One Tablecloth and One Dozen Nap-
Mna to match. Newest design; all sizes Tor ordinary or
TEA CLOTH Damask or I'mbroldered Irish l.lnen.
EXQUISITELY DELICATE OPERA GAPES AND BOAS
$12.00 TO $50,00.
Comprising nil the latest models, with nil of those new and dainty
touches In trimmings, linings collars, etc.. which mark ttni an
being thoroughly In touch with tliv present modes. They are tb"
richest nnd most delicate fmicles It Inn wit been our good for
tune to Import.
B. F. EHLERS & CO., FORT ST.
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:
SOLE AGEN rS.
nOW PAULINE NEUMANN
EARNED PRETTY TITLE
Verses By Mac Mac Vicars on
the Joyou3 Game at
Wrlflt A cor.y corner, n copy of one of
. - the new hooks and some one who
COUIQ lx capable of discussing It
tfx ''t s suggest the book, iciivbe
"C j mw, .nrd of these:
Kgf-f-Ap "ll'rl hud I," by Uatc-heller
"The Crisis." by Churchill
lllciuierliussett." by 1'ldgln
' A "Kim," by ltudnid Klplltig.
JsJ dKo'r Love or Crown, by Mrrb-
ST Wall, Nichols Co., Ltd.
sssss sssss ssssan ssssssssssssisssssssssssssssssssssss sss s i xtiaxti
When Yon Dream of
Yon Wake Up Hungry
Telephone 22, 24 or 92 about It,
Write P, O. cox 086 abou it.
ART SQUARE AND CENTER RUGS
You should set tbo beautiful assort
ment wo have Just rwelve-el of these
IJvery housf-keeper knows the value
or h Hug for" priferv Ing her huidwood
Hours nnd piutlng the nnlshlng touch
to ii well-furnished room.
Knowing this, wo would also have
her know thst this Is nn unusually
bcuiitllul ushoilini-ut, nnd tho prices
are nuay down.
We went ou to com" nnd sou (hem.
We receded ut the same time some
linndhoinci mahogany and golden oak
LIBRARY AND PARLOR TABLES.
These Tublcs are some of the swell-1-i.t
we have ever hunclled. and will
suit the most lastidlous taste.
J. HOPP & CO.,
The Leudlnji Furniture Dculera.
King and Bethel Sts.
Among the passengers returning In
tho Rteamer Alameda yesterday wm
Mlsn Pauline K. Neumann, niece of the
Into Paul Neumann, here on a visit to
her nunt. During the trip, the joung
lady was the life of the cabin and by
her kindness nnd courtesy, quite won
tho hearts of hrr fellow passengers.
She made one nf a party at the cap
tain's table and early In the oyngo
started a phllopena game, which lasted
throughout, the trip. Sometimes th
young lady won and sometimes she did
not. So Intense grew the Interest In
the game that Mac JlarVlckitrs. one of
thfi members ,of the Nelll Company.
who was n victim nf the game gnvo
vent to his feelings In black and white.
Mr. MaeVlcars nt first denied the soft
Impeachment when confronted with
th crses ns the author, but on reli
able authority It has been proven lie
yond doubt that lie Is the party respon
nlhle for them.
They are as follows under the ttl
nnd heading to wit;
"Yc Ballade of Ye Tournament of Ye
I sing not a story of days of old.
Nor of knights of high degree,
Ncr of high-born Dames of stately
And lofty couiiesle.
Hut of a modern maid with n flashing
And a smile most sweet to see,
Who vanquished Three of Six stout
In a Tournament on the pea.
7bu first to fall In this woeful strife.
And fall right mournfulllo.
I Was a bright, bright spark of twin-like
Yclept "IjjIhI Kennedle."
Hut, oh Horror! to write of what next
Though of Ilojal blood were they,
Two I'rlticclvU did our swvet maid
In this most dlx fill fray.
uau as they wei.-, then- wns worse to
In the guise of a ti listed frlcuit:
for the Cooper tout, with a honlblu
To the ground did tin.- maiiien semi
Hut up she 'lose undaunted quite.
With glittering, shlulng spenr:
And charged right homo at nil Actor
And downed him sheer uiid clear.
Now a mighty shout fiom the populace
(la- heart to the maiden brao;
And once again her lauce she set,
And faced a watery grave?
Tor tho last of all the foes uhu fought
Was a 1 'I rule, hold aud strung.
Whose deeds of blood in South-Six
Are told with mirth and song.
Hut little she carc-d what Ills riTord
Ah she set hi r lunev at rest
With a mighty tilt his blood she split,
And lowered the Captain's crest.
As he lay where he fell. In u heap,
And his blood on the deck was seen.
The crowd cried out with a lusty shout
"anes queen or the I'hyllopenc !
Bne-s yueen or the fhyllopenu!
"MAC TUB MIT.."
Sang a I'oet of obi. with golden voice.
iieeti: sous or .Men' and make jour
Of all who ciiiuh within our ken
Tho swe.te-t iif sweet Is P. 1-2. N.
M. T. M.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Oold open face watch. Heward. Scu
Secretary Cooper did not tome to
the Capitol today.
The Klrtnu had not been sighted up
to 1 o'clock this afternoon.
Special attention Is called to the
great book sale ad of the Ootden Hule
Hazaar on page 8 of this Issue,
Bourbon whiskey 6 years old, tXuO,
claret, 60 cents; sherry nnd Tokny, 73
cents n gallon at Hoffschlaegcr Co.'s,
Honolulu Photo Supply Co. lit sides
doing the best printing and developing
In the city for the least money; supply
amateur nnd professionals with all
A civil sen Ice examination will be
gin next Saturday morning at 9 o'clix.k
in the High School building on Emma
Htrcct, for clerks and carriers In tha
postal service. All application must h
in the hands of A. II. lngalls.
The Illshop of Honolulu will read
the second part of tho pMlornl letter
addressed by the tienenil Convention
to the American llrnncli of the Angli
can Communion ut the II o'clock sir
vice tomorrow morning nt ft. Andrew "u
The sthoonrr Alolin nrrlviM nt Kal
lua, Hawaii, on Wednesday utter ii trip'
of twenty-one iluvs fiom S.in Krun
flsco. She will discharge her cargo fori
mm pou. go to iiiminu nnu men1
rhino here. The vessel has cargo for j
(ill three places.
The Nelll management have arrang
ed to nrtomnioilate Alameda passen
gers at the pciformunce tonight by
giving them seats In tho space iisinill
allotted -to the musicians. There will
be nn overflowing house tit the theater
tonight, tain or uo rain.
There was no bidder for the Judicial
sale of. Maklkl street proiie rty In the
estate of Mnkanoe, notwithstanding!
the iillurlng statem.nt of Auctlomcr
Morgan, on expert nutohrlty that, by
cutting n 20-foot lane, the one nnd II
100 ncre tract would bring I'mwo for
The schooner Hcllpse nnlv.-d heie
Jesterday n ft el noon about .1 o'clock
from Lnhulnn nnd Hawaii pons. From
Lnluilnn tho vessel made tin- trip In
eight hours using her snlls nnd engine.
Captain Tovviiscnd ieioits rain nil over
the other islands and In many places
the weather was so thick that he c nulil
not see land. At Ktilialn It was mining
so hard that the mountains eoiild not
he seen. At Kiilluu nnd lihaliui much
rain hud fallen. The Ki-llpsp brought
a deck load of cattle, twenty cords of
tlrewiHid mill two hundred bags of cut-fee.
from 2 to 9 p. m.
We will huve our new store ready , J
for Inspection and we want to see ev- W
erybody there. "
The store will be- decorated with f V
many bi-aiitlful flowers kindly loaned tJ
by Mr. S. U. Damon from his Moana- Wk
lua residence, umong which are the
rare Ore hlds. C V
No shoes will be told, but all who ; tM
visit our opening will receive- n ticket ' wk
entitling them to n tbnnce for a pair
of shoes. f
Tin- lucky ouch may have thelr K
chule-e of un pair mX shoes In out W V
DON'T FORGET MONOAY. x
WWM SHOE STORE
That's a svinptom ot a runtdown
rndltlon that many t-onIei havo at
this tlmo of onr. Hut don't report to
opiates. ou need a system hulldor
something that will give tone, vim
and renewed strength.
fulfills u twofold dut It's medicine
ns well as food. It bulliif up the whole
rv stein, restores loss of appetite, and
a wine glass jiefoiH bedtime will pro
duce' sound, refreshing sleep. Iloyal
Malt Extract Is .the best that rlpo bar
ley and careful hrcwliiir i-ali uroducc.
so Insist on having It.
25c or S2.0D by Dczen.
I-ORT AND KINO
M. Phillips & Co.
Wholesale Importer! and Jobbers.
European and American Dry Goods.
Fort and Queen Sti.
H. Hackfeid& Co., Ltd.
Oeaeral Commission Agenls.
Cor. Fort and Queen Streets, Honolulu.
Therei will be no baseball game tills
afternoou on account of (he liu lenient
weather. A meeting of the Winter
I-engui! was to huve he-en helil last
evening but only two members turned
up, so nothing was done. It lookit very
much as If tliero would m no mors
hnsehall games this seuon. The Cus
tom House team has won enough
guinea to assure the liovs of the im,.
I'sesulon of the cup and there doe not
seem to be much object In continuing
the seuson further. Hud the protest ot
the Capitol team been allowed, the
story would have been different. Tha
standing of the teams Is as follows:
Custom House .... il n 100
Hall & Son : I
THIS SPACe RESERVED FOR
EVERY MY IITED
Mclnem'ri eh-gunt new shoo store
will he open for public Inspection nu
Monday from L' to 9, and everj thing
that good tiihtt- and palnstaklnu will
accomplish has been dono to make this
opening one to he remembered by ev
in many respects this occasion will
be a notable one. The store has been
designed Hiul fitted up In the most
modern manner, uo expense having
been spai.d to secure the comfort oi
the buyer and the opportunity to dis
play the laige- stock that bus b-en se
cured. General lute-rest has be-en centered
the last few elays on tho show win
dows which, while yet iindiosscd with
goods, have- shown with their elaborate
background, promises of future visions
ihat will tempt mnny topiirchnse such
partlcularl) dniuty footwear, ltuldf
the semlclredl.ir ofllc", the tasteful fit
ting, unobtrusive hut ample, gives
some ldu of tile vntb-d character of
the unusually ltirge stock earre-d by
To make- the upenlug lomniemoni-tlve-
the- firm invite everjbody aud
Will sell no good".
The general attractiveness of Mm
store- will he- enhanced by a bc-utiful
display of flowers kindly limned by
Mr. S. K. Damon fuun his MihmiIim
residence, while samples of the; more
fascinating sllpp,-rs and hattliitn will
he temptingly illspla)ed In special
spots, and tlm whole rorp nf assistants
will devote ihclr ttttvutlou to display
ing their wares to everybody with
neve-r a word said about selling tln-ni,
a rather unusual bltustlon which will
thoroughly advertise the toro.
In addition, twelve pairs of -shoes
are- to be givn away. Tickets will be
given to eveiyhodv who enters the ee-
tuliilsiiment, ami at '. p. in., there will
lie a drawing .when the fortunate pos
siwors of the winning numbers will
have their nanus announced, coupleu
with an Invitation to step down to the
more unit see t an) thing they wunt
fiom the stock. This lileu should
pniVH a i-eiiliaily popular Innovation.
J. L. AVERY,
General Reporting and Typewriting,
Second floor Ullte Hlds.. Hotel St,
At office 1 to &:; Tel. Main 76.
At Lousv evenings; Tel. Illue 2t)jl,
KING IIDWAIJD'H UlItTIIDAY.
This Is King hdwaidV hlithduy.
While there Is In-lni: no offli ial celebra
Hon of the event, the Ilrltish rcsldcuiu
are celebrating It quietly In their owu
homes and drinking the health of thell
'I he season of Hawaiian Intercol
legiate football will be opeiie today
by the piinaliou Athletic und Artillery
teams. Tlmo .1:30 and place.jpiiniihou
lampus. Only representatives of the
pit-ss, captains of teams and iittliers ol
the game will be allowed Inside tho
lines, (ie-orge CurPr and W. II. Hub
bttt will act as umpires and referee.
respei'tlvely. Linemen and timekeep
ers will b" chosen Just before the gume
on the grounds. An admission fee of
twenty-five cents will be churged to
Following is thu schedule of games
to he played during the present season:
November 8- I'unuhous vs. Artillery
November 1 ti II. a. c. vs. Malle
November M -Mallei Illmas vs. Pq.
November i'S II. A. ('. vs. Punahou
November .".ft Muilu lllmatt vs. Ar
December 7 II. A, C, vs. Artillery.
DEWEY'S BIG TASK.
Washington, Nov. 'J. Admiral Dew
ey culled on "President Koosevelt today
but did not discuss with him the
Schlej court of Inquiry exce-pt to tell
the President that the public sessions
or me court wiiuhl be concluded in a
"When wo begin to sift the- testi
mony," said tin- Admiral, "our leal
work will begin. I told Secretarv
Long when he- asked mo to become
iircsldent of the court, thut I would
ruther go through another battle in
Muulla Hay. The hardest part of thu
work will be wading through the mac
of testimony ami reaching our conclu
sions. I have two able associates,
however, and real lie that we are on
triul before tho country, as well as
Admiral Schley, two abler, better
Die ii could not huve been se-cure-d than
Admirals Ilenham und Ilamsay."
Admiral Dewey sutd that the iourt
probably would take up each para
graph of the precept and render such
in opinion as may be culled for. lit
Old nut Know that this wuuld be dunu,
as ho hud not discussed thu ease with
his iissoclatue, but It had occurred to
him thut this would be n good plan
He felt, ho said, thut thu Amcilcan
people would want the court's reasons
in iletull und were entitled to know
Parson (ioodiuun Hoys! Hoys! Am
)ou not ashamed to be playing hall
on the Sabbath; Catc her Y-Yes, sir!
Hut ilev won't let us kids onter d
Our Iiiij.t In New York purchased
from one of the largest Hovs Clothing
Mutiufiic tin eis, wlio nre retiring from
business, nu Immense stock of llovs"
Knee Suits, slyes from 5 to 1." cnrs.
nnd llovs' Suits with long trouseTs "Ires
1.", to IS jeurs.
This stoi k consists of till wind goods
III Cheviots, Scotch Twieds. Worste-d
nnd Hllic All Wool Serges
We huve- e'.yi of these- suit selling at
LESS THAr REGULAR VALUE.
7541 PAIRS OP
BOY'S WHITE DUCK KNEE PANTS
SPECIAL SALE PRICE 35c.
During this we.-e.-l. wn will place on snlt- at S5 i c cut less than
5000 YARD8 OF EMBROIDERIES AND INSERTIONS.
This stocjt consists of tho lotest designs, and ever) piece Is
marked in plain figure.
This week w-are showing some of the- hundsomest cushion
covers, with banks, ever se-cn In Honolulu. Just this one week
tho prices will be low ored to 45 cents each; then will rise-in ihclr
IN OUR LACE DEPARTMENT.
Vou will find the daintiest and choicest creiilloiis, ami III.' si
lectlou is very large. Whether )oit come to us Mr-it or last we can
fill your order In this Hue.
THE NEILL SEASON Is about to open und wo can fit ou
out with (.loves, Handkerchiefs, Kino Dress Materials, Kte.
Pacific Import Co., Ltd.
ProrcHH Block. Fort Street.
CLINTON J. HUTCHINS,
kMtMmt I V. f
J. H. FISHER
Stock and Bond Brokers.
FIRE ASSOCIATION, of Phlladelphtv
WESTERN ASSURANCE CO, of Tl-ronto.
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGB
Honnlulii, Nov ember o, loot
NAME OF STOCK
C. Brtwtr k Comeiny. .
Lit. Km tt Co., Ltl .
Cwt Ptintt1on Co !..r
1 ...t..s". '
HllinAfTlcu!turlCo i.etoo too
Htlln Suear Co .... t.ooo,eoo o
Hunomu Sueir Co .... Tjo.ww' 100
HonokuSucir Co. .. 1000,000 to)
Haiku Sutar Co ..... joo.ooo1 too;
Kahuku Plantation Co. soo,ooo
KltlPlnt.Co.,Lti 1,010,000 50
KlKthuluSurarCo.... too.000 too
Koloi Sut.tr Co ..... joe.oou too
Kona Suff Co., i joe.ooo" 100
McHryit bu to..LJ.ai 1 1 ,0 it, 510
pi up J i,so,o!
raf to, i.txm.oort looi
?tu rar l-o 1 .ono.ocn
Ookala Suear Plan. Co. jo,o
Olaa Su. Co . Ui.. as 1 lj.
OlaaSuCo.Lti.rJUDi t jca.ono
Olowilu Cotrrany,.,,, 130,0001 100
Paauhau bu. Plan. Co j.too.onoi
Pacific Sugar Mui jto.coo ioo
Pala Plantation Co tso,ooo 1001
Ptpttkeo Surar Co
rionftrn v-o ......
Pioneer Mill Co, Aim.
Walalua Art. Co .
Walnet Mill Co
Walnanalo Sue ar Co
ratnxa Mill Co
W der Stramihtp Co
l"ter-Hlani S itn N.Co
Urallan t'txiflcCo .
Mutual itttphonCo ,
Oahu Ry ft Lanl Co
rtopie ice k 11 uo
First National Bank . . .
FI'MA.S Bank&T.Co .
HawallanGov percent .
Hilo k, R. Co.bptrcft .
Hon. Napll Trntlt... ,
!: P'antat'n 6 per cent ,
UthuRfc Land Co. pre .
Dihu Plantation 6pc .
Olaa Plan'atlon 6 p c. .
Walaliu Arlcul.ipc .
joo ono1 loo
it 3,000 ' lOO
300,000 tooi. .
f 30,000 too
30,000, too 8
t ,000,000 too
V.ULAKD E. DSOWN,
Halstead & Co.,
on Sugai Securities
407 Fort Street.
Stock and Bond Exchange,
Stock and Bond Broker
Member of Honolulu Stock Exchange
OrJerj for the purchase or sale of stocks
ana bonJs carefully and promptly executed,
Ground Floor, Judd BullJInj.
Pos'.otTice Box too. Telephone 16a.
MclNERNY BLOCK. FORT ST.
For Sale !
Valnalilx hiiolu.-Kii property on Kort
stri'i-l. uppoKlti- Kukul. and north of
the- VoKeniltP IiiiIIiIIuk; t. fc-ct front
BKO Ii) de'pth of '. lee't.
JUDD & COMPANY, LTD.
30T Stangenwald Bulldlnft.
No More Dread
the Dental Chair
TEETH EXTRACTED AND FILLEL
ABSOLUTELY WITHOUT PAIN bj
ur lato scientific mvthoil applleM to th
urns. No sleep-producing agents 01
These aro the only dental parlors It
Honolulu having PATENTED APPLI
ANCES and Ingredients to extract. All
md apply gold crowns and porcelain
crowns undectccablo from natural teett
ind warranted for ten years, WITH
OUT THE LEAST PAIN. All work
done by GRADUATED DENTISTS of
from 12 to 20 years' experience, and
each department In charge of a Special
ist. Giro us a call, and. you will And
us to do exactly as we advertise. We
will tell you In advance exactly what
your work will cost by a FREE EX
AMINATION. Set Teeth....- tS.OO
Gold Crowns S5.00
Gold Fllllnftn ,...H.OO
Silver Fillings) SOc
E. W, Jordan
Why Is the letter "I" tlko u alf'.i
iiill? Because tt in the end of veal,
Our name alono will bo a guarantc
that your wqrk will be of tho best.
New York Dental Parlors,
Room 4. Elite Building, Hotel Street
LADIES IN ATTENDANCE.
NO. IO KTOHi:
In ulna) w.- to the- front In f n
nine' UoihIh at lltlr Prlet'H.
tho Htiiro uniht Keep In lliif with
other ttori'f In frontiiKo tu the
the (iiiverniiK-nt tuay ithk mo lo
move liHi-k. hli'h-vl U'i.tn the
vmIi. of iy Ktnre. anil I must rt
dine my lmtneni-e Slock to at
least eine-lmlf. I lli.Trfnrc liiteml
GIVE ALL OF MY CUSTOMERS
the iipimrtimli) In buy kcioiIh at
never lie.inl uf heie. Como lie
foro )ou litiv eUowhere nnil you
will nay my prime are nil ilht.
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