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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, II. T.. WEDNESDAY, NOV. 13, 1901.
THERE'S NO NICkNAflE to this Table
Linen SaleIt's just a Plain Sale -Little
Prices Take the Place of Big Words.
72-lnh TABLE LINEN $1 per nrd; Napkins to match. 12.60 per
dozen. Very handsome tlcslfinH; "Flour de Lis," "Polka Rot"
and very pretty floral patterns...
GERMAN TABLE LINEN A very pretty quality of Double Sat Id
Damask; $1.50 per yard Instead or 2.00.
TABLE 8ET8, comprising One Tablecloth and One Doien Nap
kins to match. Newest designs; all sizes for ordinary or
TEA CLOTH Damask or Embroidered Irish Linen.
EXQUISITELY DELICATE OPERA CAPES AND BOAS
$12.00 TO $50,00.
Comprising all llio latest models, with all of those new and dainty
touches In trimmings, lining.', collars, etc.! which mark them at:
being thoroughly In touch with tiru present modes. They are the
richest nnd most delicate fancies It lias ever been our good for
tune to Import.
B. F. EHLERS &
Coolness and Comfort in the
Fiercest Heat - of - Summer.
ts a dry mineral powder mixed with water only.
It is being us"d successfully all over the Islands.
Estimates given for riny iron roofs, from a sugar
mill to a small shed. Satisfaction guaranteed.
For further particulars, come in and see the
CALIFORNIA FEED CO:
, H-O is the name of the purest and
most wholesome line of foods manu
factured. .They are principally break
fast preparations. The following is a
list of them:
Farina 15c pkg
Rolled Oats .20ejkg
Breakfast Crisps 20c pkg
Bls-Klt Flour 20c pkg
Buckwheat Flour ..25c & 40c pkg
Tapioca ..' 15c pkg
Corn 8tarch ...,15c, 2 pkgs 25c
When You Dream of H-O.
You Wake Up r.ungry.
H. May & Co.
Boston Block, Fort Street.
Tela. 22, 24, 92. P. O. box 386.
lri buying furniture froiu.its. We keep
tho very beBt grade of jroods and here,
as nowhere else, can you get a selec
tion to suit you suit you In quality;
suit ou in price, ;
This week we mention from our lm
n.enso stock: -
WHITE ENAMELED AND, SOLID
from $5 up to J12. ,
BEAUTIFUL OAK CHIFFONIERS,
From $8.76 Upwards.
Mahogany and Oak Library Tables.
Secretary Oak Book Cases,
And an olegant new stock of
Hartshorn window shades made to
J. HOPP & CO.,
Tho Leading Furniture Dealers.
King and Bethel 5ts
CO., FORT ST.
A cozy corner, n copy of one of
the new books and some one who
Is inpalile or discussing It.
Let us suggest the bookmaybe
ou have lieaul of these:
"I)'rl anil 1," by llatchcir
The Crisis," by Churchill,
llli'iinerlmssctt," by Pidgin.
"Klin," by Ktxlyard Kipling.
"For !.ove or Crow n, by Mnrch-nmont.
Wall, Nichok Co., Ltd.
That's a symptom of a run-down
crndltlon that many people' havo at
this time of year, lint 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 mediclno
ns well ns food. It bullus up tho whole
system, restores loss of appetite, and
a wine glass- before bedtime will pro
duce sound, refreshing sleep. Royal
Malt Extract Is the best that ripe bar
ley and rureful brewing lan produce,
so Insist on having It.
25c or $2.50 by Dozen.
FORT AND KINO
M. Phillips & Co.
Wholesale Importer and Jobbers.
European and American Dry Goods.
Fort and Queen St.
Hi HackfeitU Co., Ltd.
General Commission Agents.
Cor. Fort and Queen Streets, Honolulu.
THI8 SPACe RESERVED FOR
Do Yon Write Your Own Letters?
Save time (which is
money) an J have
J. D. AVERY,
ponJent, wrlle them
Tel. Main 76. Over Hart cV Co's
PORTUGUESE BOY MEETS
DEATHS ON CAR RAILS
Fatal Accident on Liliha Street Yes
terday Afternoon Motor
man in No Way to
A fatal accident on l.llllu near Judil
street yesterday afternoon at about
2:30 o'clock, rawed the first death
that has come about ns n result nf the
Installation of the Ilapld Transit Co.
system In the streets of Honolulu.
There have been socrnl minor acci
dents but the one of esterday was the
first that resulted seriously. However,
the Itiiplil Transit Company has the
utlltfictlnn of knowing that the accl
dint u.is not caused through any care
:ettnrss on the nail of lis men hut
lather by menns of an unforeseen oc-
cnricuic- that was as sudden ns It wns
U)oml the control of anyone.
At the time mentioned car No. 4
started fioni Wyllle stieet nml" nroce"
eel on Ha way. to King. Just below 1..
Aiilo's place, the car itpproiiched
potty or three nn liorseliitrk. Th'y
wcie (Iconic Holt, a nathc by the
name of Kapenn and Manuel I'eter. it
I'uitliRiiese boy. They were koIub In
the same direction as the car.
The two men turned off to the l-f
of the track but the boy went to tl.c
opposite side of the road. When thf
cm una almost opposite the Portuguese
buy. the animal plunged and backed ill
rntly tiKiilnt the swiftly passing cnr.
falling against the fender with one le
under It. The boy pitched forw.trd
on the track nnd otraccount of thn el
v.itlon of the fender by means of the
oisrs.leg, the unfortunate Portu
guese p.isscd under Instead of belli;
l'fted from the. ground. The frnp!
wheel of the cnr pasted directly over
the body of the boy, killing him In
stantly. When the moloijnan. Cooke Sty
name, saw the actions of the lic-v.
ho put on the brakes nnd revrsed irv
current to prevent the accident but it
was nil oter so quickly that een hli
sr.ifdy action could not s:ie the but
The home on the other hand was pi-m
tltall uninjured nnd, upon tho eii
Itelnir stopped. It got up and ran ntvny.
The patrol wagon was sent for nr.d
men tteie sent out from the pottei
house of l he Itapld Transit Co. for tbo
purpose of rxli letting the body nf V
unfoituunte tlctlm. With the oatro!
w.igon. Deputy Sheriff Chilling toril.
appiHied. He v.rlit up to the nicilnr
nan of the car with tin- Inten'.l m ot
niacins: him under arrest but a minibii
of natltes who saw the iicciilcnt. mtno
un al the time nml said that the iiioioi
nun iih lu no way to bl.'mu. !! lll
done all that any man could mult r the
circumstances. The whole nct-lilerit
had been cniued by the bono nlil.li,.
was known to be a most fractious ani
mal. Deputy Sheriff Chllllngworlli f-lt
satisfied fiom this that the inu'cunitiii
wr.s not In the wrong In any way -tnd
the further he went with the l:i.-.i:lu.-.-tion,
the nioi e settled he became In
this 1. 1 Inlon. For this reason, tin .-o:i
templuM niiest for linestlgiuloii it us
Dra, Cooper and Herbert wvre seni
moneil to the scene of the accident I ut
thn poor toy was ln cjml all he'p
When his body was removed to Hie
morgue and nn examination liml liu:
made. It was found that Peters hid "l! stunner Kauai on the mailne rull
hecn frightfully mangled. Heslrtc ,wn' A new stem and lUanchlons urc
biulsi-H and cuts, his back, aims md I ll0lnK llllt '" :""1 lllu '"! will be
Uj,-s were broken. In addition to t!ici.ii,iud for "crtlce okI In about ten
injuries, his skull was fractuud. IliU ''- H- She will he followed mi the w.i)e
alone might hate caused the ileall- ot ! ' bIx other of the wooden steamers of
the boy and It is th belief of in mv
that death resulted before the body
of the boy was run over by tho front
wheel of tho car.
Upon nrrl'lng ut the police station,
the Deputy Sheriff summoned the fol
lowing Coroner's Jury, which tinted
the remains and then adjourned to
meet In the ofllco of the Deputy Sher
iff this etentng: Kugene Dutiiuchelle.
E. K. Mossman, Fred Smith. G. Ilocv
ers, C. Tobln and A. Lucas. Among
tho witnesses at the Inquest this even
ing will be thn following: George
Holt, Motormau Cooke. Conductor
Deun nnd a number of natltes who saw
tbe unfortunate occurrence.
Ah Chletf.. a lfi-yetr-old Chinese,
'oiitb, was arrested yeHtcMay on thu
.barge of tamancy. at the Instigation
of hit lather, who feared that if bet
were not arrested on this charge and
wanted by the District Magistrate to
quit his ovll wa. he would soon be
ai rested ou another and a more so
When the boy was ashed what he
libd to say for himself, he replied that
his father had told the truth when
ho said that he had nut done any work
lor the past two weeks. Previous to
that he had worked steadily. He de
sired a rest and therefore he took two
v.tcks off without asking his father.
The old man was brought belorc
Judge Wilcox und naked to make a
statement. I In replied that be wished
the Judge to find some work for his
boy In order that he might he kept
out of mischief. The Judge replied
that that would be tho easiest thing
111 the world. A number of the a:so
dates 'of the ilefeudnnt had already
been glten work by him. Ilowetcr.
bo did not wish to send Hie hoy liter
to Jail. On the promise of Ah Chew
that he would go home mid In1 a good
boy, he was allowed 10 go with a rep
rimand. I.onl Itoherts has a strange antipa
thy 10 rats. He c.innot bear them
about him, ind It Ih salil that once
while dining out he declared there vii
a cat In the loom and nearly fainted.
V search retea'.'d the fact that .1
sininxe nit had, Indeed, pit Into tho manufnetured by 111 LhUlellf, Publish
iilaiv und una under thu tiihle, jlng Co.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Q. It. Berrcy's ofllco, 33 Campbell bid.'
No meeting of the Hoard of Health
There were no salca of stock on the
exchange this morning.'.
The band will play the slcamer Ala
nidi away this afternoon.
Nicely furnished rooms, l'opulnr
House, 1249 Fort St., $1,50 per week up.
Merchandise claims were before the
File Claims Commission this morning.
The next mall from the Const will b
hy'the Doric sailing from here on the
The s.lenmer flaellc Is due here from
Fan Francisco tomorrow. She muy
nnhe this afternoon.
There will be an auction sale of fur
niture on the 14th. 'Sec Jas. F. Mor
gan's column on pago S.
Mr. S Koyama has resigned the
management of Iwakaml & Co. See
notice under New Today.
It Is not jet known when the battle
ship Wisconsin -and the transport So
iree will return from Tutitlta,
Frank Iliown had n good night and
Is better today. Ii'Ib hoped he will
soon 1) ablo to attend to business.
lloiirbon whiskey G jears old, $3..ri0,
clant. 50 cents; sherry and Tokny, 75
cents n gallon at Hoffschlaeger Co.'s,
An ice plant ror l.lliuc, Kauai, ar
ihcd In the American. l la being in
stalled by tlrlmwood & Richardson foi
W. II. Klco and others.
A meeting of the Hooulu l.aluti So
ciety was held at the Maternity Home
on lleretnnla street this morning.
Nothing but routine business wits
The Hawaiian Quartet will pln dur
ing tho dinner hour nt the .Moaua Ho
tel Thursday, nnd Sunday nights. There
will be a ion.eert there by the band a
week from tonight.
At 10 o'clock today Judge Wilcox
arnounced n recess ot the Police Court
as both the Deputy Sheriff and the
clerk had been subpoenaed to appear
In the Federal Court.
Honolulu l'hoto Supply Co, besides
doing the best printing and dcteloplng
In the city for the least money; supply
amntciir jand professionals with all
"The night has a thousand e)es." the
Al Vtita camera but one which takes
In eei thing within the radius of n
balf cliclf. Call and see them at Hono
lulu Photo Supply Co.
Th w Catholic Chapel at Will
MM It, to bi deilicnted Sunday alter
noon. Fur this reason mid ut tint re
quest or the Catholic; Illshop. the baud
will not play on MnKoe Island but on
I lie grounds of the Capitol.
When Queen Mlluoknlaui left lyr the
Ccast In the China Sunday she look
along a collection of songs composed
by herself mid some of her people who
lao long since died. These she will
hate printed In either Huston or New
Herbert Young leaves for the Coast
In the Alameda this afternoon to seo
to the t'oiiHtructlon of it new gasoline
tngine and other business in connec
tion with the tun boat business at thlr
The pressure In front of thv tax
nlllre counter Inereases as the 15th Inst,
approaches, after which day the 10 per
rent penalty on delinquent tribute will
take effect. Owing to the Income tux
the record "for collections Is going to
be bi oken.
The baud will play tho Alniiieda of!
Ibis alternooii. There will bo mf con
cert tomoriiiw evening, out on Friday
the bund will play as ii.iu.d cm I lie
giouiulb ot the Hawaiian Hotel. The
concert Sunday will In- on tin
kiciiiiicIh of the Capitol.
Extensive repairs lire being made to
"c Island Meet.
The Notenlber Paradise of the Pa.
rifle Is a beauty. Its frontispiece Is a
picture of cocoanut trees and natlie
village. Other illustrations are of a
Chinese duck ranch, pounding pot and
tree ferns mid wild hauiillHS. Tho let
terpress Is of varied high Interest and
well adapted to attract attention
LOTTERY OF LOVE
"The Lottery of l.ove" at the Opera!
House last eenlng was bright and
tnappy from start to finish. There1
was not a dull moment In the perform'
ance. As tho play progressed com pli
cations anise, the solution of whlcli
could .not be seen, owing to the
brightness and snap. ..iidlcrous situa
tions followed 111 such runld siic-eesslnn
that nil the audience had to do win I
wait and laugh. The lines were spark-1
ling with wit and humor and evoked.
r.n end of amusement,
Mr. NHII. ns the miich-innrrled man,
was mure than nmuslpg in his doubles
hud gate a neat, llulshed performance
throughout. Miss Andrews showed
raro taste and humor as the mother-in-law;
In fact, her interpretation ol
the part caused It to stand out like u
Miss Chnpman, Mr, Morris and Mr.
MaeVlckers, with smaller parts, worn
b no means otersbadowed by their
more fortunatu colleagues when an op
portunity presented Itself. These
three n'rtlbts handle roles entrusted to
tbem loo cleterly to bo covered up by
Mr. Ilurton. as tho up-to-date widow
er, gavu a faultless rendition of the
character and was derldedly the best
wr.rk he baa clone In Honolulu. There
vcio endless opportunities to exug
erate unci by hi doing lull artlstlcally
bilt.Mr. Ilurton, throiKhout the piece,
kept'wlthlu the- limits of the character
anil scored u decided success.
The remainder of the cast played
their purls with such neatuchit that It
una almost Impossible to class them
Daly's comedies nrn always bright
rnd witty and doubtless "Nancy k
Co." will draw another large aiidlcnco.
Tl.eio should be no hesitancy on the
pi.rt of Honolulu thcnlcr-goera in at
Itndlng Mr. Nelll's performances, aa
he has given siillleleut evidence of lilt
judgment and ability.
illank books of all porta. lutlKora. etc
We have the pleasure of thanking
the large numbers of people who t lull
ed our'opeulng, and hnpo to sec them
often. Here arc! the lucky numbers
that won the shoes. Is )ours here?
4753 4750 277 910 3903
4298 482 1670 2810 3915
NHNERNY SHOE STORE
Unusual Low Prices
New ttiinz! come in every
day this vi ek you will find lots
Tailor-made Ilojs' Suits, In
Scotch tweed, worsted and blue
serges, of the M'ry latest cuts.
ONE LINE OF
Hoys lllue Choi lot Knee Pants,
sires from lite to fifteen jeirs;
special price this week, .1.00 per
of n lino' of Hoys' all-wool
Scorch Tweed Suits; special this
week ut f.1.00 per suit.
WHILE THE LOT LASTS
wo will sell a line of Hoys'
Win sled all-wool Suits, the reg
ular price of which Is $3.00, for
we nie offering In the line of
lllue Serge Dress Suits, for
bo)K, lu nil sizes, We guaran
tee satisfaction or money re
turned. OUR BLOUSE DRE3S SUITS
are far belter than can be
found anywhere else In the city,
und the prices cannot be dupli
cated. Wo hit lie an Inspection
of this department, nnd all oth
ers iih well.
I.lkii the nbote mentioned ar
ticles, )ou will Hud these goods
a genuine bargain, excellently
made, good titling, sert Ice.ible.
We carry only makes from tho
most reliable manufacturer!", 1
and know their worth. 1
PACIFIC IMPORT CO., Ltd,
Prolines Itlcick, Fort Street.
CLIINTOIV J. HUTCHIINS,
MclNERISV BLOCK. PORT ST.
No More Dread
or thf Dental Chair
TERTIl EXTRACTED AND FH.l.Et
AHSOI.UTKL.V WITHOUT PAIN b)
our Into ficlentlflc method applied to thf
gurnn. No Hlcep-produclng agents 01
Theso nro the only dentnl parlorn It
Hotrnliilu havins PATKNTBI) APPLI
ANCES nnd inttredlents to eitract. All
and apply gold crowns and porrclalc
crowns undmerablo from natural tretl
and warntntect for ten ywrs, with
OUT THE l.KAST PAIN. All wort
done by OltADUATED DENTISTd of
from 12 to 2J years' experience, tot
ach department In char of a Special
1st Olto ui a call, And you will fine
in to do PKitetly as we advertlfe, W
will tell you in advaneo eractly what
your work wjll cost Dy a HIKE! KX
Set Teeth CS 00
Gold FllllnCH SI OO
Hllver Hilling 50c
Our nnum nlono will bo a euarante
that your work will bo of the best.
New York Dental Parlors,
Room 4, Elite Ilulldln. Hotel Strt
LAUIKd IN ATTENDANCE.
Make Immense Selling
amer, and if you come In any
f new, fresh styles, including
Dress Golf Skirts
The ciy latest cuts nre go
ing at from $i!.fU to $1.50, and
we hate them In all shades, in
eluding dark grays, black and
medium shades of green.
Great Towel Sale
The good reliable thing that
etery housekeeper wants In
her outfit, at greatly reduced
prices. One week only. ONB
HUNDIti:!) AND SIXTY DOZ
KN Tl'HKISH TOWKi.S.
Direct Importation from the
looms. They nre the well known
Star and Crescent Towels, und
prices nie given below:
Ijirge sired bleached Turkish
Towels, lull weight, $l.t.f per
KXTltA HHAVV Hath Tow
els, with fancy horde s, reduc
ed from l.0i.i to Ja.50 per doz.
Here we offer nn unusual bar
gain. We reduce these heavy
Towels, with fancy borders,
fioni Jcl.OO per doren to fl.tiO.
NO. 10 8T0RE
i-i 11 nui o
J. H. FISHER
Stock and Bond Brokers.
FIRE ASSOCIATION, of Phlladtlphlv
WESTERN ASSURANCE CO, of T(
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE
Honolulu, November ti, toot
NAME OF STOCK I pjfj"j
C. Brwr ACotnftnv..' t.oeo.o'-c
L.H. Km ft Co.. LI4..
t Pl.nt.llon Co ...
Havalit i Sugar Co ....
Oonomu xicar t.o
Monok.aSucar Co 1
lla'ku Suitat Co .
Kahuku Plantation Co.
KlSIPIan(.CollJ. .. I
Klkhulu Sutfif Co
K.tln. Sua ar Co
0hu Suaf Co . 1
Itomta Sugar Co i
0)kalaSci(tar Pun, Co.
) aa SM Co.. LU . I
jUlaa SuC,o,Ltd, fd up 1
I Olowalu Company. . . '
Paauhau Su. Plan. Co .
, Pacific S'iir Mill . . ,
Pala ri.nl.ll.Hi Co . .
Pt;ckro Sugar Co .
plonw Mill Co . . . .j 1
P!onr Mill Co. Atxs i
Watatua Agr.Co., ,
Walluku Sugar Co.. .
Wafmanalo Sugar Co '
Walror. Mill Co
Wl in Slf amthlp Co
I'ttf-lftiaridSnain N CO)
Uallan L'tctrlcCo.. 1
Hon. H.rldTSc l.nJCn
muruai icicrnont.0 .
O.hu Hv tt L.ni Co.
Ptolilt'l let, ft R'l'g Co
Flrtt National Uaik
FI'MA.S Dink ft T. Co
Hawaiian Gov t rtr crnl
H1I0K. R. Co. rM
Hon. Sapl Tramil
I: pianfat'n 6 nt cent
Oalu Rft Land Co. pre
u.nu naniaiion ope
WaUIua AgrUul, ope
V.ILLAHD E. BrcOWN,
Halstead & So.;
on Sugai Securities
407 Fort Street.
Slock and Bond Exchange.
Stock and Bond Broker
Member of Honolulu Stock Eichngi
Orders tor the purchase or s.tle of stock)
ana tond carefully and promrtly execute,
Ground Floor, Judd Bulldinj.
Po5toftice Box 390. Telephone 6
Judd & Co., Ltd.
30T Btanficnwald Building.
P. O. Box 06T. Tel. Main SilH
AH merit cafes the moment no per
form mi nit for the nuke of lu ron
wqui'iictii. Truly In this respect "w.
have our ri'ttnrd." Wllhclm von Hum
Is ultviiyn well to tho front In fn
ulno GoodB nt Vnlr Prices.
the store must keep la line with
other stores in frontage to the
tho Government may ask me to
move back, which will lessen th
Blze of my slore, and I niUBt re
duce my Immense Stock to at
lenit one-huir. I therefore Intend
GIVE ALL-OF MY CUSTOMERS
thu opportunity to buy Roods at
nmer heard of here. Come btv
foro j 011 buy elsewhere nnd you
will wiy niy prices are all riRht,
. ACt. a2l. , 1