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WVBNINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, M.
T., TUESDAY, NOV. 12, 1901.
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THERE'S NO NICKNAHE to this Table
Linen Sale It's Just a Plain Sale -Little
Prices Take the Place of Big Words,
72-lnh TABLE LINEN $1 per.yard: Napkins to match. $2.50 per
dozen. Very htidsone designs; "Kleur de Lis," "Polka Dot"
and very pretty fUraJ pattrras.
OERMAN TABLE LINEN A very pretty quality of Double Satin
Damask; fl.50 per yard Instead of 12.00)
TABLE 8ET8, tfOMprlslag One Tablecloth and One Dozen Nap
kins to match. Newest designs; all Slips for ordinary or
TEA CLOTH Damask or Embroidered Irish Linen.
EXQUISITELY DELICATE OPERA GAPES AND DOAS
$12,00 TO $50,00,
Comprising all the latest models, with all of those new and dainty
teuches In trimmings, linlngr, collars, etc., which mark them as
being thoroughly In touch with lift' present modes. They arc the
richest and most delicate fancies it has ever been our good for
tune to import.
B. F. EHLERS &
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, dome in and see the
CALIFORNIA FEED CO;
SOLE AGEN r 8.
Wn8l A cozy corner, a copy of one of
I - the new books and some one who
GOUIQ is capable of discussing it.
Kg Let us suggest the book; maybe
" j ou have heard of these:
foetter "IVil and I," by llatcheller.
"The Crisis." by Churchill.
"lilennerhassett," by l'ldgln.
A "Kim." by Kudyard Kipling.
t - ff "l'or ,'ovo or Crown, by March-
l;r Wall, Nichols Co., Ltd.
H-O Is the name of the purest and
npst wholesome line of foods manu
factured. They are principally break
fast preparations. The following Is a
list of them: .
Farina 15c pkg
Rolled Oata 20c pkg
Breakfast Crisps : 20c pkg
Bls-Kit Flour 20c pkg
Buckwheat Flour . ,25c & 40c pkg
Tapioca 15c pkg
Corn Starch ....15c, 2 pkgs 25c
Whn You Dream of H-O.
You Wake Up nungry.
H. May & Co.
Boston Block, Fort Street.
Tela. 22, 24, 92. P. O. box 386.
In buying furniture from us. We keep
the very best grade of goods and here,
as nowhere else, can you get a belet
tlon to suit you stilt you In quality;
suit you In price.
This week we mention from our lm
n ense stock:
WHITE ENAMELED AND 60LID
Irom 95 up to $12.
BEAUTIFUL OAK CHIFFONIERS,
From $8.75 Upwards.
Mahogany and Oak Library Tablet.
Secretary Oak Book Cases,
And an elegant new stock of
Hartshorn window (hades made to
J. HOPP & CO.,
The Leading Furniture Dealers.
King and Bethel Sts
,'p!' jHli'. jii -tfMD&li
CO., FORT ST.
That's a symptom of a run-down
crmlltlon that many peoplo havo at
this time of year. But 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 medlrtno
ns well as food. It bullus up the whole
system, restores loss of appetite, and
a wine glass before bedtime will pro
duce sound, refresnlng sleep. Royal
Malt Extract is the best that ripe bar
ley and careful brewing can produce,
so Insist on having It.
25c or $2.50 by Dozen.
PORT AND KINQ
M. Phillips & Co.
Wholesale Importers and Jobbers.
European and American Dry Goods.
Fort and Queen 8ts.
H. Hackfeid& Co., Ltd,
General Commission Agents:
Cor. Fort and Queen Streets, Honolulu,
THI8 SPACt RESERVED FOR
Do Yon Write Yonr Own Letters?
Save time (which Is
money) an J have
J. D. AVGRV,
Commerci.il Cnrrei- .
pondent, wilte tlinn
Tel. Main 7O. Over Hart oj Co's
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I RAT GUI!
BUSINESS MEN CONFER
WITH BOARD OF HEALTH
Proposition ,to Prepare the Wharfs
for Fumigating The Business
Community Asked for
There was a conference last night
between the committee on extermina
tion of rata appointed nearly a fort
night ago by the Board of Health, rep
resentatives of shipping houses and
government officials, those present be
ing: Dr. C. n. Cooper, member of the
Hoard of Health, who presided; Dr.
E. C, Cofcr, U. 3. Marine Hospital 8er
vlco; Superintendent J. II. Hoyd and
Assistant Superintendent Campbell, of
the Public Works Department; Fred,
Whitney, Oceanic Steamship Co.; Geo.
Dvnlson, superintendent Oahu Hallway
Co.; C. L. Wight, president Wlldcr's
Steamship Co.; John McLean, Inter
Island Strain Navigation Co.; Georgo
Ilobcrtson, Ilrener & Co.; Captain
Clarke, superintendent of Wlldcr's
wharves; J. F. Ilumburg, Ilackfcld &
Co.; George Davie, Theo. H. Davlcs
& Co.; J, A. Gilman, Castle & Cooke;
K.xecuthe OHlccr Pratt of the Hoard ol
Dr. Co'ver stated that the object of
tho meeting was to consider means for
fumigating the wharfs to destroy rats.
There was a campaign all over the
world to exterminate rats, as the little
animals ato regarded as the chief
agency In spreading bubonic plague. At!
the Hoard of Health had no money ap
propriated for the purpose. It looked in
tho business community for aid. It
was n matter of self-defense, to tho
commerce of the port. The Board In
tended to district the residence part of
town for the campaign, but tills meet
ing was confined to the waterfront
Mr. Campbell submitted an estimate
Hhowlng that it would rust 120,000 to
make the wharfs airtight for fumiga
tion. Dr. Cofer volunteered that the Fed
eral quarantine service would -perform
tho fumigation If the Territorial au
thorities furnished the material. In
answer to questions of buslnexs men
present, he stated the advantage It
would he to hae ships certified as
coming from clean wharfs, In the
event of pestilence visiting the port.
It would give the health authorities nt
ports where the vessels went confi
dence In Honolulu and sae n large de.
gree of trouble.
Different methods of protecting the
wharfs unci ridding them of rats weru
The matter was finally left to a
meeting of business men at Castle &
Cooke's this morning.
'There Is a small cross-eye. boy liv
ing In this city, who it ue doesn't lost
his life tnrough Just retribution, will
grow up to become a great financier,"
declared Jones. "For some tlm my
wife has possessed a yellow purp that
has no earthly excuse for living. But
sho thinks that he Is the finest dog In
the city, and spends most of her time
hngging him and kissing his dirty lit
tle nose. Finally the dog worship be
came so unbearable to me that I re
solved to end the nuisance. Chancing
tu meet a small croHS.cyed boy one
day, I Kald to him:
Sec here, boy, do sou want to earn
n dollar?" v
" 'Sure.' said he.
" 'Well, then,' said I, 'you go tip tn
my house, watch your chance and
steal the )ellow cur that you will find
banging around there. When you get
him, bring him down to my office and
gel your dollar.'
"Within two hours the boy was back
with the cur tied to a rope.
"What will 1 do with him. boss?
ho asked after I paid him.
"'I dont care. I snapped, 'drown
him If you want to.'
"That night I discovered my wife lu
tears, and I was Informed between
sobs that poor dear little Fido wan
missing. The next day she had aa
advertisement Inserted In all tho pa
pers oirertng 111) for his return. Tn
third day she met roe joyfully at tlm
door and announced that Fido had
"Where?" I asked, concealing a
'."A little boy brought him burl:.'
" 'What kind of a boy?' I ashcl bur
"'A small cr.ns-eyod bo. with lh
most honest face thb' 1 e;r saw on a
boy, I gave him $10. It being all I hud.
and told him If he would gn clown ml
Beo you that I Knew y..:i would be xUtl
tn add 3 to It.'
'But the boy dldn t show up. As a
matter of fact, t hadn't the slightest
idea he would. I wouldn't mind gltlng
him ir he would call. Detroit Flee
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M0ANA HOTEL GUESTS
The following is a list of guests
registered r.c Mona Hotel for the week
ending Nov. 11. -II. G. Turner, India;
Miss M. Cnstlgac. N. H. Blood. Mlsa F.
Hall, Mih. J. H. Waller. Mrs. .1. t.uc.is,
San Francisco: C. Shlbe, H. Swire,
lapan; H. D. Powles, I,. Brookeii, Bos
ton; J. Krlcson and w(f '. Chicago; Mrs.
W. O. Walkerrifawull; .1 II. Ferguson,
P. FergusoriTTSnglandv C. N. Cluike.
11. .!. . Nelson. S. S. JWemedn; V.
lllce and " 'fe, City; Opt. G, P. Ah'-in
,.nd wife, Mrs. L. A, Ml IN. Mrs. H H.
.McCoy, Mrs. T. C. Woo.lhury n-.il
child. Manila; Miss JulM C'l rr. Illinois;
('has. Sandhal, Rlchprt Vurr, J. I!
Ilyinc and wife, Sa,i i-ranclsco; Ml-
.lulla Dean. Miss Spinney, Washing
ton; Miss .1. Louise Ilrownell, Wash
Ingtun; A. It Cuntia, L. It. A. liar,
C, J. Hiitchlns, C. C. Kakln, V I
Woodbrldge, F M, .Brooks, F. 11.
I.uiickn. It. C. A. Peterson, K. A. It.
Koos. G. O. Fuller. W. O. Wulker, V.
H, Soper. J. S. Walker, City; J. I).
Southard, Berkeley; Miss M. B. Thom
as, Salyt I.uko City; J. I.. Rockwell,
V, W. 1), Mel.fii, C. II. Tcaff. C. J. A.
Doyle, A. A. Wilder. W. P. Whitley, W.
Doyle, Miss n. Weight. II. Wilder, A.
Ill on 11. 1,1, Whitney.
Q. H. Darrey'g bfflce, 33 Campbell bid
German girl to do house work. See
The bark R. P. Rlthct Is now" 17 days
out from San Francisco.
Tha schooner Nokomls sailed for the
Sound In ballast this morning.
Nicely furnished rooms, Popular
House, 1249 Fort St., $1.50 per week up.
The American will sail from here for
the Sound the latter part of this week.
Big new stock of hardware received
by K, O. Hall & Son. Sec ad on last
Seeing Is believing Lowers aV
Cooke's wall paper Is tinequaled In
price and quality.
Room and board can be had on Here
tanla street. Sec Room and Board
column on page 8.
M. D. Monsarrat, the curve) or, left
for Maul in the Klnau today. He will
return on Saturday,
In the Pcllce Court this forenoon S.
Tsutstil, charged with embezzlement.
had his rase nolle pros'd.
The heavy winds and rains of the
past week have considerably damaged
the rice crop In the vicinity of Hono
tillull. Superintendent of Public Works J.
II. Boyd and his nsslstant, Marston
Campbell, left for Hawaii In the Klnau
Deal's wall paper will make the In
terior of your home beautiful at a
small cost with their new wall papers.
Captain Slater of the Charmer re
ports very calm nnd very stormy
weather at Intervals ou the trip from
Bourbon whiskey 6 years old, J.1.50;
claret, 50 cents; sherry and Tokay, 75
cents' a gallon at Hoffschlaegcr Co.'s,
1 Captain Tom Clarke will take the
steamer Klnau this trip. Captain Free
man will leave the cnncl In 1 1 1 lo for n
two weeks' vacation.
On his return from tho Kan district
of Hawaii, Superintendent of Public
Works James II. Boyd wid tnaku a
similar trip 10 Kauai.
When you dream of "H-O" break1
fust preparations you wake up buu
giy. Read May & Co.'s ad column 1,
page 5 for the list with prices.
The steamer Strathgylc which sailed
from Hongkong on October 4th for this
port and San Diego was not tn Iiae
left Yokohama until the 14th Inst.
W. O. Atwater goes to San Francisco
In the Alameda tomorrow, to return
with Mrs. Atwater who Is now lsltlng
A position as stenographer by a
thoroughly competent joung lady with
exceptionally complimentary letters ol
recommendation is wanted. Sec Waut
column on page 8.
The H0011I11 I.aliul Society will hold
Its regular monthly meeting tomorrow
morning at 10 a. m. at the Kaplolanl
Maternity Home. All members are
requested to attend.
Alexandria Fernandes has brought
suit against Manuel Fernandes on t lie
grounds of abuse and failure to sup
port. The libelee Is represented by At
torney J. M. Yias.
Honolulu Photo Supply Co. besides
doing the best printing and developing
In the city for the least money; supply
amateur and professionals with all
Both the Klnau and Claud Inr had
full cargoes this trip. The Claudlne
has a lot of machinery for the new
plantation at llnelo and the Klnau a
large' shipment for llllo consisting of
fertilizer and cement.
Baby's shoes shuuld he carefully se
lected and eery attention glcn tu
having them n perfect fit. Manufac
turers' Shoe Co. have liOOO pairs of
Laird & Shober's shoes for children
und assure you of careful fitting.
II. D. Thlnkleld has resigned his po
sition as assistant bookkeeper of the
Bwa Plantation Co. to enter Into the
employ of Benson, Smith b Co. D. G.
May. formerly bookkeeper of the Kn
publican, has been selected us bis suc
cessor. While at San l.ucfa. four Coal pass
ers working on the steamer American
were killed by falling down a hatch
and having coal thrown In upon them.
The)' were all natives of (he place. An
Investigation placed the blame on the
fort-man from shore.
The Oahu College football team Is
finding It very difficult to arrange for
any games with other teams. In de
spair, they have challenged the loser of
lust Saturday's game so that theie ma)
ho a game with the soldiers next Sat
urday. The college team Is Very light
averaging not oer 135 pounds.
The work of removing the dredger
from the new marine ways at the rail
road wharf Is going on and It Is hoped
that the big scow will be afloat this
Afternoon. The way were found not
strong enough for the three hundred
ton machine nnd will have to be prac
tically rebuilt before they can be again
ut,ed with safety. j. '
In the Police Court this forenoon All
Yong was fined $10 and costs on the
charge of having no light on his hack.
He was arrested In Aala lane Sunday
night by Officer Harry Copp. The Chi
naman left his carriage In the lane
from 9 p. m. to 1:30 o'clock In the
morning while he was up In a house
near by enjoying himself.
The announcement In this morning's
Advertiser that Freight Clerk Knell of
the Claudlne was to be married to a
young lady of Maul on Sunday next Is
denied by the gentleman In question
who Is already provided with u w.lfe
and son. The statement In the morn
lug puper was without authority and
entirely untrue and Impossible under
The anxiety for the transport Mc
l.ellan Ik Increasing at thl4 port where
she should have arrived last week. Ac
cording to the San Francisco Guide
she was scheduled to stop here, Nons
of the etvr-N on the way from th
Orient hate seen anything of her and
up to last accounts nothing has been
heard of her since she sailed from Ma.
nlla on October 17th.
We havo the pleasure of thanking
the large numbers of people Who visit
ed our opening, and hope to see them
often. Hero are the lncky lumbers
that won the shoes. Is yours here?
4753 475S 277 910 3M3
4298 412 1170 2t1 3115
Unusual Low Prices Make Inmense Selling
New things come In every steamer, and If you come In any
day this week you will find lots of new, fresh styles, including
Tallor-mado Boys' Suits, In
Scotch tweed, worsted and blue
serges, of the ery latest cuts.
ONE LINE OF
Do)s Blue Cheviot Knee Pants,
sizes from (lie to fifteen years;
special price this woek. xlI.OO per
of a line of Hoys' all-wool
Scotch Tweed Suits; special this
week at $3.00 per suit.
WHILE THE LOT LA8TS
wu will sell a lino of Boys'
Worsted all-wool Suits, the reg
ular price of which Is $r.00, for
we are offering In the lino of
Blue Serge Dress Suits, for
boys, In alt sizes. We guaran
tee satisfaction or money re
turned. OUR BLOUSE DRE88 SUITS
are tar better than can lio
found nnywhere else In the city
and the prices cannot be dupli
cated. Wu Invite an Inspection
of this department, and all oth
ers as well.
Like the abote mentioned ar
ticles, you will find these goods
a genulnn bargain, excellently
made, good fitting, serviceable.
We carry only makes from tho
most reliable manufacturers,
and know their worth.
PACIFIC IMPORT CO., Ltd.
ProgreHH Block, Fort Street.
CLINTON J. HUTCHINS,
H Jaw JV V V
FIRE XaJfr JZr MARINE
MclNBRNY BLOCK. PORT ST.
No More Dread
of the Dental Chair
TEETH EXTRACTED AND F1LI.EI
ABSOLUTELY WITHOUT PAIN br
our late scientific method applied to, tbt
Kuma. No Bleep-producing agenta 01
cocaine. ' "
These are the only dentat parlora It
Honolulu having PATENTED APPLI
ANCES and Ingredients to extract, fill
and apply gold crowns and porcelain
crowns undcctecable from natural teett
and warranted for ten rears, WITH
OUT THE LEAST PAIN. All wort
dono by GIUDUATED DENTISTS of
from 12 to 20 rears' experience, and
each department In charge of a Special
ist Olvo us a call, and you will And
is to do exactly as we advertise, Wc
aIll tell you In advam'O exactly what
rour work will cost by a FREE EX
Set Teeth S5 00
Oold Crowns 9S.O0
Gold Filling) $1.00
Sliver Fillings 60c
Our name alone will be a guarante.
that your work will be of the best.
New York Dental Parlors,
Room 4, Elite Building, Hotel Street
LADIES IN ATTENDANCE.
1 Dress Golf Skirts
1 The very latest cuts arc go-
i Ing at from Jti.f.O to 11.50. and
we havo them In all shades, lm
eluding dark grays, black und
medium shades of giccn.
I Great Towel Sale
The good reliable thing that
cery housekeeper wants In
her outfit, at greatly reduced
prices. One week only. ONE
IIUNDRKD AND SIXTY DOZ
KN TURKISH TOWKi.S.
Direct Importation from tho
looms. They are the well-known
Star and Crescent Towels, and
prices are gtven below;
Large sized blenched Turkish
j ToHr, full wrlnlit, $1 KS per
KXTItA HEAVY Bath Tow
els, with fancy bordeis, reduc
ed from $4.00 to $3.50 per doz.
Hero we offer tin unusual bar
gain. We reduce thesn heavy
Towels, with fancy borders,
from $i.00 per doren to $1.50.
E. W. Jordan
Ih alwuyx well to the front In f
NO. 10 8TORE n(. Raadt. at Kalr Prices. '
FORT STREET the "u,r' m,,,'t Kfi,p 'n ne w"n
other stores In frontage to the
VflS ""' flowrnment may auk me to
fl" mow bark, which will lengen the
ins 8'z'' of n,y ature, and I must rc-
H2 (luc" m' I'nrai'iiKo Stock to at
', leuKl one-half. I therefore Intend
GIVE ALL OF MY CUSTOMERS
the opportunity to buy kooiIs nt
necer heard of here. Come he
fore yon buy elsewhere and you
will hay my prices are ull right.
J. H. FISHER
Stock and Bond Brokers.
FIRE ASSOCIATION, of PhlUd.lphlv
WE8TERN ASSURANCE CO, of Tc
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE
Honolulu, November 12, 1901
N.VMI OF STOCK Cu'ul jj j g,4
C.' Brtmr ft Cetn.
L.B. Ktrr ft C. 114..
R fl.nt.tlan C.
l,aae,ai. too .
niwuits (. an u.
Honomu Sutar C. ,..,
Hopokaa Sat af Ca
Ha'ku SurarCa. .......
Kahwku Piaauil.s Ca,.
Kl.akulu Svtar Ca
Koloa Sutar Ca
O'hu Sugar Com ,.,
Oikala Sutar plao. C.
O aa Su. Co , LU., aa
OlaaSuCs.LK.aa' up I
Paautiau Su. Flaa. Ca. ,
Pacific Surar Mill
PaU Plantation Co
Pteaakto Sutar Ca ,,,.
Plantar Mill C
Ptontor Mill Ca. Aims.
Wa a ua Atr. La .
WaUuku Snaar Ca...
Walnanalo Sutar Ca
Wl 4tr StcaBiktaCo..
f Jt.OOOl 100
l-tt-ltind Sham N.Ca
Oahu Nv ft Lant Ca..
raoria a lea re 1 c ca
Flrat National Bank.
Hut A. 5 Bank T. Co
Hawaiian Gov ar ctnt
Hllo K. R. Co. a tarcanl
Hon. fcarli rraaili
Ewa PUntat'n a rtr cant
Oatiu R ft Lan4 Co, r c
uanu t'lantatwn ape
Olaa Plantation a c.
V.ILLAHD E. BrtOWN,
Halstead & Co.;
on Sugai Securities
407 Fort Street.
Slock and Bond Exchange.
Slock and Bond Broker
Member of Honolulu Stock -Ezcfaangi
Orders for the purchase or sale of stodci
ana bondscarefully and promptly txecutaj,
Ground Floor, Judd Bulldlnr.
Postoffice Box 300. Telephon. 16a
Judd & Co., Ltd.
30T Stanaenwald Bulldlrtft.
P. O. Box 6flT. Tel. Main 938
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