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KVEN1NQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU, till T.,' MONDAY, NOV. It, 1901.
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THERE'S NO NICKNAHE to this Table
Linen Snle--lt's just a Plain Sale -Little
Prices Take the Place of Big Words.
72-lnh TABLE LINEN pfi yard; Napkins to match. $2.50 per
dozen. Very handsomt designs; "Flour lie Lis," "Polka Dot"
and very pretty floral patterns.
GERMAN TABLE LINEN A very pretty quality of Double Satin
Damask; 11.50 per yard Instead of $2.00.
TABLE SETS, comprising One Tablecloth and One Dozen Nap
kins to match. Newest designs; nil bIzoh for ordinary or
TEA CLOTH Damask or Embroidered Irish Linen.
EXQUISITELY DELICATE OPERA GAPES AND BOAS
$12,00 TO $50.00.
Comprising all the latest models, with all of those new and dainty
touches In trimmings; lining,- collars, etc., which mark them as
being thoroughly In touch with tllv present modest They are the
richest and most dellcato fancies It has ever 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 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:
MOTHER Mt FETE
, WAS ijk SUCCESS
The .Mother (loose fete given by the
Iadlcs'Gulld of the Second Congrega
tion of SJ. Andrew's Cathedral In the
drill shed Saturday afternoon was a
big success, notwithstanding the In
clement state of the weather. Them
must have been nearly n thousand peo
ple In attendance, showing th; popu
larity of the occasion. The total sum
of J 172.50 "was taken In at the booth
and about I'JOO more was taken at tliH
door. It li probable that the ladles
will And they hnc In th enclghbor-
hood ofi $500 to the good when all ex
penses have bten settled.
The decoration committee had very
little time to fit up the drill shed but
like a great many things on the spur
of the moment, the remit was more
than satisfactory. The booths were of
course the most attractive spots.
William Cattle. Jr., as King, had bin
counting house at the entrance nnd
each person who passed beyond th"
portals, contributed his mite. At tno
further end of the hall was the Queen.
Impersonated by Miss Maude Olllettft,
presiding over the cakes and candy
In front of the stage was a clocd
canvas booth In which Mrs. Mary Molt.
Braltli lllrd presided as the possessor
of second sight and an expert in
palmistry. Miss Irmgard Rehncfer as
the (Jileen of Hearts presided nt th"
booth near by In which articles In the
pattern of a hcait were exposed for
One of the attiactlons of the after
noon was the minuet, dunced by eight
little girls. The music was furnished
by Old King Cole (Dr. Anderson nnd
IiIh "fiddlers three" (11. L. Murx, Frank
Damon. Jr.. and William Love.)
Previous to the dancing of the
minuet, Merger's band, which played
from 3 to 5 o'clock, struck up a murch
and Old King Cole summoned the
Mother Goose characters for a grand
march, which was well executed. Tho
characters formed In double column
ttid, winding in nnd out among the
visitors, finally disappeared In the
Thn drill fched was crowded through
out the afternoon.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
A cozy corner, a ropy of one of
the new books and borne one who
Is capable of discussing It.
Let us suggest the book; maybe
ou havu heard of these:
"D'ri and I," by Ilatcheller.
"The Crisis," by Churchill.
"lllennerhassett," by Pidgin.
"Kim," by Rudyard Kipling.
"For Love or Crown, by March-amont.
Wall, Nichols Co., Ltd.
When Yon Dream of
Yon Wake Up Hungry
Telephone 22, 24 or 92 about It.
Write P. O. t-ox 086 about It.
In buying furulluru fiom us. We keep
the very best grade of goods and here,
as nowhere else, can you get a selee
' tlcn to bull you suit you In quality;
Milt you In price.
This week we mention from our Im
n i iibn stock:
WHITE ENAMELED AND SOLID
from 15 up to I2.
BEAUTIFUL OAK CHIFFONIERS,
From JS.75 Upuauls.
Mahofjany and Oak Library Tablts.
Secretary Oak Book Cases,
And an elegant new stock of
Hartshorn window shades made to
J. HOPP & CO.,
The Leading Furniture Deulcrs.
King and Bethel 5ts
As unity as 7 o'clock Saturday even
ing hundreds of people were clamoring
for tickets to the Opera House In oi
lier to weliome thn favorites of two
seasons ago. ntid when the cmtnln
went up mi the first net thetc was not
u vacant seat In the house; In tact.
some seals had been sold twice. The
orchestra having been put under the
ttuge, the orchestra pit nnd every
available space was filled with ''an
to aeeniiiinoiliiti- us many of the ion.
pany'i admirers as possible.
The audience (particularly the gal
lery) wen- anxious to give;, the. taniillar
faces a welcome, but were uncertain
when the opportunity -presented Itsolf.
This was due to the absence of thn
hcre-lcome entrance found In barn'
storming melodramas. There was, as
Ik always the case In Mr. Nclll's per
formances, u decided atmosphere of
refinement lu true appreciation of con
sistency, which, to say tbo least. Is a
delight to regular theatergoers.
The natural quietness and smooth,
oven Interpretation of Mr. N-lll'
pieces gives ample evidence that per
formers as well as the directing heads
reallre the lniMirtnucu of good clean..
"llarhaia l-iletchle: Is practically
n Ilarbarii show, ami Miss C'hanman.
the, trim artist that she. is, wa in et
nry respect capable of carrying the
burden of the perfnrmaiM -.
Mr, Nelll, us the Vunkcu enptitlu,
while he had tnmtmiutlvidy lltJ.- in
do that wuuld atiact the attention of
un auillenci', tlcrelves
That's a symptom of a run-down
erudition that many people havu at
this time of year. Hut don't resort to
opiates. ou need a system builder
something that will give tone, vim
and renewed strength.
fulfills a twofold duty; It's medicine
an well as food. It bullus up the wholo
system, restores loss of appetite, and
a wine glasB before bedtime will pro
duce sound, refreshing sleep. Iloyal
Malt Extract Is the best flint rlpei bar
ley and careful brewing inn product),
so Insist on having It.
25c or $2.50 by Dozen.
FORT AND KINO
M. Phillips & Co.
Wholesale Importers and Jobbers.
Q. H. Bcrrey's office, 33 Campbell bid.
None of the ynchta were out yester
day. Fine coral rock for filling. See ad.
In today's paper.
First class hot and cold baths at the
dllent Harbor Bbop.
Ewa stock sold for twenty four and
a quarter this morning.
Have your letters written by J. D.
Avery. Sec ad In this Issue.
, Tsutsul. a Japancs, has been arrest
ed on tht churge of embezzlement.
The steamer Hall lost an anchor and
lot of chnln while lying at Nawlllwlll
Unfurnished rooms to let corner
Hackfeld and Spencer streets. Be To
A six-room cottage on Funchbow
street Is offered for rent. Sec notlco
under To Let column.
Th ebark S. C. Allen offer a fast trip
of IS days from San Francisco urrUed
here this morning
A mosquito proof, nicely furnished
room In central (location is off( red for
rent under To Let column.
The dining party scheduled to go to
llnrber's I'olnt esterday was called off
on account of the Inclement weather.
The certificates of membership In Mr
Masters and 1'llofs Association are now
ready for distribution among the mem
bers. All the Island stvamers returning
from Kauai report extremely rough
weather anil n great denl of rain thein
Two new forty-ton locomotives for
(he Oaliu Railroad arc expected here In
a few weeks. They will ho of the com
Ilnurlion whiskey 6 jearg old, t3.50,
claret, 30 cents; sherry uud Tokay, 73
cents n gallon at Iloffscblacgcr Cn.'s,
The burkentlne Amelia lu sailing out
of the harbor lust week curried awtiy
one of the piles murklng the l?wu sld
uf the channel.
Judge Kstec has npHilntd William
S. Fleming the lleferee In llunluupti
for the Island of Oahd in pl.ne of
I'fank I!. Thompson, resigned.
The Im'id will play on board (he
transport Kllpatrlck this afternoon
beginning at 2:30 o'clock, and will play
until the. vessel stills, about I o'clock.
The schooner Kawallanl which start
"1 for the oilier side was (Oiupellid to
put buck this morning on account ol
the heavy wind nnd sc.i lu the chan
nel. A special meeting of the South Koun
Agricultitial Company has been called
lor nct Friday morning nt the of
fices of W. II. Castle, See announce-incut.
Manuel Sllvn, formerly foreman for!
tin- Honolulu Stock Yards Co., now oc
ciiphM the same position with the Ter
litory Stables Co. under Munagei
1 li'imii. ,
Honolulu Photo Supply Co, besides
doing the best printing and developing
In the city for the least money; 'supply
amateur and professionals with all
Thomas I. Dillon has been admitted
to practice law In all the courts of thf
Territory of Hnvvull. He comes duly
accredited as a practitioner of the Su
preme Court of California.
At 10:20 o'clock this forenoon,
Judge Wilcox declared a reoess of thi
Police Court for llfteen minutes to al
low time for Attorney Knulukou to
get buck from the Circuit Court.
Complaint Is mndu by the Island
captulns that the light no llaiber's
I'olnt Is not kept burning ns regularly
ns necessary. On several oeaslonsl
III'.- light has been out lor an honi at I
a time. i
The transport Kllpatnck will sail
lor Manila this afternoon. She did not
llnd It necesFnry to take any coal here
and only stopped to discharge about
from 2 to 9 p. m.
We will have, our new store ready
for Inspection and we want to sec ev
The store will be decorated with
ninny beautiful flowers kindly loaned
by Mr. S. K. Damon from his Monna
lua residence, among which are the
No shoes will be told, but all who
visit our opening will receive a ticket
entitling them to a chance for a pair
The lucky ones may have their
choice of any pair of shoes In our
DON'T FORGET TO COME.
M'INERNY SHOE STORE
J. H. FISHER
Stock and Boad Brokers.
FIRE ASSOCIATION, of PhlUdetphlv
WESTERN ASSURANCE CO, of T
BWj, Ml A
HONOLULU STOCK EXCMANGB
Honolulu, Novcmbe' o, tool
NAME OF STOCK
C. Brtwff atCnmcanv..
L.t). Km k. Co.. Hi
Ell i-HPTaiion v.o ....
HaBVit PUnutlonCo .
Unusual Low Prices Make Immense Selling
New thlna come in every steamer, and if you come in any
day thiswie'rf you will find lots of new, fresh styles, including
Tnllor-made Hoys' Suits, lu
Scotch tweed, worsted nnd blue
serges, of the very latest tilth.
ONE LINE OF
Hovs' lllue Cheviot Knee Punts, '
Dress Golf Skirts
sizes from five to fifteen years:
special price this week. 3.oo per
of a line of Hoys' all-wool
Scotch Tweed Suits; special this
week at fS.O'i per suit.
WHILE THE LOT LASTS
wo will sell a line of Hoys
Woisted all-wool Suits, the reg
ular price of which Is 15.00, for
we nie offering In the line of
llluo Serge Dress Suits, for
hoys. In all sizes. We guaran
tee satisfaction or money re
turned. OUR BLOUSE DRESS SUITS
are far better than can be
found anywhere else In the city,
and the prices cannot be dupli
cated. We Invite an inspection
of this department, and all oth
ers as well. '
I.Ike the above mentioned ar
ticles, you will find the'se goods
a genuine bargain, excellently
made, good fitting, serviceable.
We curry only makes from the
most reliable maniifuctuicrs,
and know their worth
HtwillinAcikulmrttCo t,o,v loo
HtwallmCoM ScSuCo. ff.ltf.fso; loo
lUwallin Suer Co .. t,c.M,ooo oo,
Honotnu Susar Co . i lo,ou( too
HonokiSuRr Co .. . fn,ooo oo;
Haiku Sueor Co ... soon loo
Kahuku I'lanution lo )oo,onoi
Klhall'lartCo..lli. . t.oo,jo
KltahuTu suirar V.0 ito.'vw.
Koloa Suicar Co .. yx,eou too1
Kona Suicar Co.. at 1oomo i-wii
wcury.lt 3tl lo.,LJ.as I r.otf.w
' p4 up i i l.6jo.ono
naruu buc io. lij at r ,
O.riu Sugar Co- . I f Cuf, loot tr,
I nomf a vgtt Co itoao,xa o riH
Ojkala Sugar Plan Co. 900.000 fu.
1 1,.. C, .. 1.1 a. I HA. HMI an!
CJIaa S0C0 LU.I-! up) 1 !"' ah
Olowatu Company... ijo.oooi tao
Paauhau Su. Plan. Co s 00000 yy
Pacific Sucar Mill I 5oo.oto.ioo.
r,i. riaui.iiu,, .u ....
Peftkeo Scrar Co .
Plonwr Mill Co
PlMUtr Mill Co. Aim
waialut Acr. Co
s I i,oi7,y ao
1 , l,6y3,9no to
I , I ao
p. ...... ..1 u.
The very Infest cuts are go
ing at from JH.r.O to t(.S0. and
we have them In all shades, In
cluding dink grays, black and
medium shades of green.
Great Towel Sale
The coed reliable thing that
every housekeeper wants In
her outfit, nt gleatly reduced
prices. One week only. ONrS
IIUNimi.il AND SIXTY 1)07.
KS TUJtKISIl TOWU1.S.
Direct ImiKirtutlon from the
looms. They are the well-known
Star and Crescent Towels, ami
prices are given below:
I-arge sized bleached Turkish
Towels, full weight, I1.C3 per
KXTIIA IIKAVY Ilath Tow
els, with fancy holders, reduc
ed from J 1.00 to $3.50 per doz.
line uc oflYr an unURiial Imr
Kiiln. V? retliH-' th'H hvuvy
Towt'lH. with fnnry bonlvnt,
from Jfi.O'f ptr ilozrn to 14.50.
WalmAHAlo Sue. Co
("Uf'UtjnJ Sum N.Col
Ulln EWtrlcCo .
Mutual 1f If chon Co ..
OahullvtV Lani Co .
Ptoplt'llo h. H't'cCo
FlrM Natirnal Bank . ,
111!.. Ll tt "- t......
iiiu ti w .vi w ixn'ni.i
Hilu K. H.Co, tptt cil!
non. fifii ir4ruil.
fcwa P'aniat n 6 fr cent
Oahu I'lanlalion 6 p C
Olaa PUnutti.n 6 p c.
Walalua Acrktil.opc .
4,SOO,OOoj l0rJ jtj
5t,oot ios IM
Sales :. Ku. H'I23.
f. Uwn. JI.'.'5.
r. kua. j:i.:5.
V.ILLAHI) E. BROWN,
llinn li,, ,.. Iv. ..I fix- iiiuLlin, nu .......I.
utitof tho material place.! In his linnds !?.lty "10l"-ul"l poiinds. of supplies lor
ny tin- author.
The balance of the
European and American Dry Goods.
Fort and Queen 8ts.
H. Hackfeid& Co., Ltd.
General Commission Agents.
Cor. Fort ana" Queen Streets, Honolulu,
THIS SPACc RESERVED FOR
General Reporting and 1 ypewrltlnrj,
Second floor Ellto Dlds.. Hotel St.
At office ) to G:4C; Tel. Main 70.
At Lous evenings; Tel. lllue 2GU.
cast wcie un in
their former standard and acted their
several parts with the finish and neat
ness that Is one of the characteristic):
of the Nelll organization.
There is no ildubt In anybody's mind
who baw Saturday night's bill that
the company will give us perfoim
uuces equal to or even better than dur
ing their last visit. The Nellls are
deservedly fuvorltes In Honolulu nnd
their seasons heiu can hardly be any
thing but successful.
SCHOOLS IN OLAA
llllo, Nov. 7.- -School Inspector
(Jhas. Ilnldwlu, visited the Mne Mile
School on l'rlilay Inst, nnd wus much
pleased with his visit. Under direc
tion of Mr. Ward, the principal, thu
children are being drilled lor a Christ
mns lestlvul. There are to be regular
closing exercises, consisting or sing
ing and recitations. In which Dome oi
tho teal-hem may nsstl. After this,
u huge Christmas tien is to bet dis
closed, which, through the gunuiustty
oi Mrs. V. It. McStoeker, Is to be lad
en with good things, and a gut for
ouch child. It will In- a great day for
Ui'mo little urchins, .v. ss O'ltourko
has been appointed one of the assist
ants at Olaa school. Some Amcrlniu
tings, the gift of Tbomast I'oM. (1, A.
K. were received hy the school agent
at Olaa some time ago, but us theru
was no money with which to ulacu
them In position, they have not yet
H-cii the liicht ol day, except as an
ornament In the school rooms. The
pupils of tho Tuelvu Mllu School
(mostly Hawaiian) are iciehltu
their flit lessoiirj In patilotlsiu. uud
want very much to see their ling In
nluco, ami to this end 't Is proposi-d
Jiat an eiiteitnlnuieiil ho given In the
ntnr future to seeurci money for Mag
polo mid halyiirdii, mid tbeu theie will
be a giaud llag-rulslim.--Tilbunu.
It Is not eccinoiii to turn down the
vvlrl; of n coal oil lump. If it dim light
lb deslrr-d It Is best t( place the lamp
lu omitlii r room, or shade It. When
turned do". n the oil fcci's Hie ulck
fatter iliah It U i oiimiii'i'iI. and a dlb
UBTCcaBle oilor resullb. There Is a
grcuter liability if oxploMciu when a
lump Is tinned down tlnii whin It Is
burning fuel). When the lUlit Is ex
llnf-.ulshcd turn the wick below the lop
of the tulile; when lighted mill ui
rrai'.'ilij. thn the nil will not work
ip the wick and run over, nor the
hlmiuy break fi urn too sudden exjian-aIon,--Tliu
PACIFIC IMPORT CO., Ltd.
ProgrcHH Itlock, Hort Street.
the iuartcrmaster ubthls station.
Tho matter of putting un $5(mhj foi
the lnuiortntlon of t.-litiiiH ni-turri
from China will bo settled on Kridav '
next. It Is iiiulerstood that a stock
company has been formed and that
the nioney will Im forthcoming on
Thirteen .lap.inesu, caught lu a house
lu Iwllci Saturday night playing at n
dice giimo known as "Jo-han," pleaded
guilty tn the charge of gambling In the
l'ollco Court this forenoon and were
Pncil tlrt ami costs eacti
In the I'ollce Court this forenoon
ihe case of Ho Kit, charged with ns
fault and Kitt'ery, was transferred tn
Judge Dlckej's court, Judge Wilcox
st iting that he hud already pafwd s'n-
fence on the very same case.
lMuIn S. (1111, editor of the Jt.pnl.ll
can, was udmltted tn practice law In
the Federal courts of this Territory by
IIIMirit liutaiai tlilai iixjirfi 1 n if rtti mnlli.u
ni-ipi ' nir. vi iinrii viii iiii'ltwil m , m
or IVdeuil Attorney Dunne based un ol- IHE UCHtOI Wilfllf
the favorable report of n committee of!
examination. TKr.TIl EXTUACTEr) AND riM.El.
.1 ,. nh. .i ,..- ....lAUSOI.UTKI.V WITHOUT l'AIN DJ
CLIINTOIN J. HUTCH IINS,
Halstead & Co.;
I Stock and
on Sugai Securities
407 Fort Street.
Stock and Bond Exchange.
Stock and Bond Broker
Member of Honolulu Stock Eichingi
OrJers tur the purdux or sale ol stock"
and bonds carefully anj promptly execute.
Ground Fluor, JudJ Bulldlne.
Postomce Box 390. Telephoot iSa
MclNERISY BLOCK. PORT ST.
For Sale !
Valuable business propert) on Kott
strict, opposite Kukul, and north Jt
the Yoscmlti' building; 47 feet frocV
ngo by depth of Dei icet.
Apply to i
JUDD & COMPANY, LTLV
U07 Ktnnjvcnwold Bulldlnft.
No Mope Dread
Coast vesterduy at noon. Two ladles
tvhn hnil remained nthorn longer than
whs necei.sary nearly lost the vessel.
She hail begun to move from the wharf
but the gangway was put up for them
fn go aboard.
The iiiunteur fishermen who expectcM
Id do things nut beyond Diamond Head
vesterday with their lods and revli.
were compelled to rIvh up their trip
on account of the stale of the wenthf r.
However, thiUrlp will be made ns soon
as the clouds blow over
llroker Harry Armllage narrowly es
enped a bad accident on Saturday
evening. On King street his horse
billed and hulled Into ono of the tram
curs. The buggy was badly damnged
ttuil Mr. Aimltuge was thrown out.
being bruised eoiisldeinldy. The tram
enr was uninjured.
The new rales for the tr.uispoitn
tlou of rnlght which tho Inter Island
Co. will put Into effect on Dim ember
1st urn now rciulv fur those who ship
over the line, i:iept that there hill
hem a ralfc of about 1ft per cent 011 t!i"
old rales nothing Was given out for
puhlliiiilnn at Hie olllcc of the coin
"Was llobnng'h mairlnge a suc.ess?"
"I hnidly think so. I hc.iid him eay
the other day that be would ncvc'i gn
in the penile ntlary fnr bigamy,"
our late scientific method applied to th
ejtims. No sleep.produclni agents 0'
These aro the only dental parlors II
Hoholtilu having PATENTED AI'PU
ANCRS and Ingredients to extract, fll'
ind apply gold crowns and porcclali
crowns nndectecable from natural tectl
and vvurranted for ten years, WITH
OUT THE LEAST PAIN. All wort
lono by OHADUATED DENTISTS of
rom 12 to 20 years' "experience, anf
ach department In charge of a Special
1st, Olve us a call, and you will fine'
is to do exactly as we advertise. Wt
will tell )ou In advance exactly wha
roiir work will cost oy a FREE EX
Het Teeth S500
Gold CreivvnH $5.00
Gold PIIIInilH 61 O0
Silver PtllliifVH f.Oc
n r -i
Our name alone villi be a gnarant
hut jour work will be of the hest.
New York Dental Parlors,
loom i. i:ilte nulldluR. Hotel Strocl
LADIES IN ATTENDANCE.
E. W. Jordan
Is always well to the front In f.-n-NO.
10 STORIi UI1(, (j(KKiM , Kulr Prices,
FORT STREET tm' H,or' m,i8t kei ia ,ia o
other stores In frontage to the
SI . 'ni' "'overnment may ask met to
VfflfR mmu lia,,' I'lch will esen the
Mf ! of m store, and 1 munt re-
R duce my Immense Stock to at
-x' liast one-half. I therefore lauud
GIVC ALL OF MY CU3TOMERS
tho opportunity to buy goods at
never heard of here. Come be
' fori' j 011 buy elsowhero nnd you
will my my pi Ices ire all right.