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EVENING DULLETIN, HONOLULU, H. T., MONDAY, NOV. 18, 1901.
GREAT UNDER-PRICB SALE
Another of those splendid offerings for which RULERS t
CO.'S store hns grown famous. Every week some specially (it
trnctho line of seasonable goods Is being Bold at the most astonish
Beginning on MONDAY, the l$th Inst., )ou will hae a grand
opportunity to buy Fine Kid Gloves at very low prliis. For
Dent's Florentine Kid Gloves, 4 buttons, all shades and sizes,
per pair $1.00
Formerly $2 00.
Fine Kid Gloves, 2 and 3 clasp, all shades, per pair COo
UBed to bo $1.00.
Fine Kid Gloves, 2 and 3 button, assorted shades, per pair.. $100
Used to bo $1.25 and $1.50.
And so on throughout our whole stock, which Is full of the finest
makes of Women's Kid Oloves manufactured.
HANDSOME TAILOR-MADE COSTUMES AND SKIRTS
There Is a hecomlngncsH of style and finish about these goods
that cannot be excelled. They wcro made by tho most expirt cut
ters, who gathered the lntcst Ideas from the faBhlnn (inters of thn
world. These costumes and sklrta embody all the finishing toiahes
that bespeak the high class tailor made garment.
We have them in serges, broadcloths, cheviots, tmltons, itc,
etc. Tho variety Is so gttat thnt wo would just ask on to como
and sco them and learn the pikes, vvhlili are of too wide a rang,
to bo quoted.
B. F. EHLERS &
Coolness and Comfort in the
Fiercest - Heat - of - Summer.
Is a df y mineral powder mixed with water only.
It is being usr-d successfully nil 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:
II O Is the name of the purest nnd
most wholesome line of foods manu
factured. They arc. principally break
fast preparations. The following Is n
list of them:
Farina 15c pkg
Rolled Oat! 20c pkg
Breakfast Crisps 20c pkg
Bit-Kit Flour 20c pkg
Buckwheat Flour . .25c & 40c pkg
Tapioca 15c pkg
Corn Starch ....15c, 2 pkg 25c
When You Dream of H-O.
You Wake Up hungry.
H. May & Co.
Boston Block, Fort Street.
Tels. 22, 24, 92.
P. O. box 386
If nurcrprt irr
soiled we will
tikr them up,
clem them. inJ
reliy them lor 011
.it very little cost.
given on : : : .
: : .ipplUitiuii
HOPP & CO.,
1 eadlng Furniture Dealers
Cor. King and Bethel Sts.
CO., FORT ST.
A cozy corner, n cnp of one of
the new books and some one who
Is capable of dlsuisulng tt.
Lit us HUggcst the book; inahe
ou have heard of these:
"l)'rl nnd I," by Batchdler.
"Tho Crisis," by Churchill.
"Illennorliassett," by Pidgin.
"Kim," by Itudnrd Kipling.
"For I.ovo or Crown, bj March-amont.
Wall, Nichols Co., Ltd.
A BOON TO PEOPLE LIV
ING IN TROPICAL COUNTRIES.
No white people arc nntivis of troi-
luil countries. Many phvslilniiK ilalm
tho tropliB uiiKUltnhle for tho whlto
ruto. Why? llnnum the climate !h
enervating. You get run down tho
llvur beiomcK sluggish, tho blood is
Impoverished, boils nnd plmplfs brtak
out, )ou are nervous and Irritable, nnd
a ginerol ri cling or tiling out l
Putnam's Health Pills are innile ih
pi chilly for this clatu of allim nt. They
wal.e up a Hlugglsh livtr; they mako
run, red blood; the rimovu that lan
guid futllng nnd tone up the whiih
H.vMein. Thero Isn't the Unst ijik sllon
or their being the best tonic pill In
tho world. If tiny don't bum fit )ni
uur money back. Tlnrefore, with
Hiuli a gunrantie, why delaj tho
tiiatmiut? Get thtm today nnd re-
celvo tho bmetlt they will afford at
PRICES 50c, 6 for $2.50.
Hobron Drug Co
KING AND FORT.
M. Phillips & Co.
Wholesale Importers and Jobbers.
European and American Dry Goods.
Fort and Queen Sts.
General Commission Agents.
Cor. Fort and Queen Streets, Honolulu.
THI8 SPACt RESERVED FOR
Do You Write Your Own Letters?
Sive time (which I-,
money) .inJ h .1 v e
J. D. AVERY,
pondent, v rite llicni
1 el. Mil 7G. Over Hart S. Co's
Tim pollco wero after tho gamblers
of the city on Saturday night and Hun-
day The result wag a largo number
of arrests, the greatest number of thosn
cunccrncd being natives.
O'lo gang was caught In Ah Lo's
gambling establishment at the comer
of Quoen and South streets Saturday
night and among those gathered In was
th proprietor of the placo himself and
Win. Hoop!!, commonly known ns
"Barefooted Hill." Thcro were eight
In nil. Hoopli and Ah I.oy pleaded not
gillty and their cases went to trial. I
Hoopli fought his own case. He
Mill ho did not deny that he had beep
present nt the gambling game prcvlou.
to tho time of the arrival of the police!
but ho would deny that he was any-
w)iro In sight of the game when the
pollco did arrive. Hennd Ah I.oy worn
fined $12 and cents while tho others
vero fined $10 ami costs. Judge Wit-
ox asked tho prosecuting officer why,
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Jm did not have Ah Loy arrested on
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house and Mr. Chllllngworth replied
that he ntended to do so. Ah Lov had
been running tho house since his part-1
ner, Gforge Sumney, was sent ocr to
In another gambling case, there were
thirteen concerned. These people wcro
caught In an empty lot at tho end of
Jtotinllo lane In knpalama by Deputy
Sin riff Chllllngworth on Surety nfter-
noon Four of the men pleaded not
Kullty. Hen Castlno, one of the men,
who pleaded guilty was used ns a wit-
uw, and he testified thnt two of the
men wero really not present. Tho
r.cn of these were nolle pros'd. Tho
1 Hi,", LnU llll'H III' I! 1UIIIIII KllliJ. II' I" I
V. ". I
withstanding the fact that the wife of
fhfitB tf tin tltltiilhAv Brtt.l t li nt Ihh t
tan.1 had been In her room with her
throughout tho time the game was In
progress However, there was one time
wtin ho "went out tp get some water.
Judge Wilcox lemarked that this was
proluilily tho tlmo when he got mixed
up In the game. All the gamblers wcro
fJm.il $10 and costs.
Editor Kvening nullctln: Under the
utiovo caption the bilious reporter of
the Advertiser iilrs his Bpltu against
tliu Nelll companv'g rendition of "Un
der Two Flags" on Saturday night,
"flic Clods" whom he derldts havo
launched the greatest actors of tbn
world on careers of fame. Their er
dhtv on acting while not abounding In
the ktcn "drawing room" anal) sis of
the Advertiser mnn have been sufll
cicntly dUcilmlnatlng to win popular
endorBemint. No actor ever trod the
boards who disdained their applause.
But tho enthusiasm was not confined
to the gallery. A cultured nudlcnce
downstairs, not foreseeing tho wither
ing and scathing denunciations of the
morning journal, had the questionable
taeto to applaud as well. There may
or may not have been misfit actors but
there Is no doubt about a misfit critic,
'In the depraved intelligence of the
auditors "the base running" exits In
tho first act seemed natural enough nt
the time though It is now apparent that
Mr Nelll should have advanicd to tho
footlights and requested tho audience
to excuse him as circumstances over
which ho had no control demanded, etc.
8d the balance of the cast should
have waited for the tramcars. It Is
unfortunate that Mr. Nelll did not tan
morn but his splendid Interpretation
nl tho character which bo personated
atoned somen hut (or tho di feet In com
Tho critic flrBt deplores the dispar
ity between Oulda's novel and tho dra
matization of It nnd then proceed to
wore Miss Chapman for adhering In
phius to the novellbt's exact text. Most
of uk have not committed "Under Two
Flags" to tncruor) and therefore can
not posltluly say whether th actress
wub following the play or tho novel
We only know that she gavo a faithful
ami dramatic rendition of her part la
"volco and business" which, whlln
falling with Insensibility upon thu
I lute "drawing room" man, jet thrill
id all her admiring hearers.
There Is imo portion of the critic's
1 cutting which we much approve that
w.ih the amateurish acting of thnt con
founded horse. However, as the an!
inal'H name Is not on tho program, wo
pr sume he Is not a member of tb
Nelll tompnuy, nnd was borrowed for
ti occasion only.
CLAKKNCE M. WHITE.
KAUAI H"" 'Ml ADt,
When Land Coi.icilbsloncr R. S.
linyil wan on Kauul l.ibt week ho mado
a thorough Inspection of (Sovorument
lands thero and, ns tt result, ho will
nmlio uomo Important retommench
tloim to the Council. Ho favors tho
cxilmngo of land with thu Mcllryda
HiJLir L'nmnanv at Kalaheo. which tn
t ludoH some 4000 acuta. Tho Mcllrydo
I11111I Ib In Koloa. If tho exchange Is
irndn Mr. llod proposes to open up
tho latter tract for homesteads. Mr.
linvd also nronoses to onen mi n
thousand ucres of land nt n'aloll, on
lh windward sldo of tho Island.
AN IDEAL. IIUtilSAND.
"An Ideal Hushiud" Is a brilliant
play, as witty and epigrammatic as any
of Wilde's other plctes, and with much
morn genuine and serious dramatic
Value. Thcro Is a great deal of true
and valuable philosophy worked In
paradoxical dialogue nnd spoken out In
practical and sympathetic spec lies
Mr Nelll and companv will present It
at the Opera House tomorrow evening.
Tho "swagger" atmosphere of the so
clity It depicts Is ehaimlng and the
flish and suggestion of thu spirit of II
No man can toll whether ho la rich
o- poor by turning to his ledger. It Is
the heart that makes a man rich, lie
il rich or poor according to what ln
In, not according to what ho has
I.OWKIK At Spreckelsvlllc, Maul, No
vcniber 17, 1901, to tho wlfo of Wal
tcr A. Lowrie, a daughter.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
George Lvcurgus Is back from tlllo.
Sake tubs for sale; Fountain Siloon.
Marshal Hendry will leavo for Ha
waii In the Klnau tomorrow,
A small article of Jewelry hns been
found. Sec Found column on page k.
A position ns assistant bookkeeper
wuotcd. See Want column on page 8.
Tho Inrk Annie Johnson got away
for San Francisco cstcrday In ballast.
IJlank books of all sorts, ledgers, itc.
manufactured by tbb Uulletln Publish-
Tho Young People's Union will meet
t tho Methodist Church at 7:30 this
a regular meeting of the Ragles will
i,e held No. 20th. Sco notice under
,. c)m , ,,, nggn,lH ,,
lntlcr) lMlha hls rUi wn8 8Cnt
0cr to jail for ten ilnjs.
n01lru'0 whlskty G cars old, $1K0,
clarct 60 centg. sllcrr) aI1,i Toknyt 75
ccntg Kallon al Hoffschlacger Co.'s,
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There being no room at the present
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time nt any of tho downtown wharfs.
tl,e ""man ship I.lta Is In the stream
""""" " """
'rll alol)C Navigation Co-'a steamer
Tamplco will be here on or about tho
"U 'nsi. me oinco 01 me ngenc is now
hi "10 Brewer block,
"What to See nnd How to Sec It In
Honolulu" la the name of n neat guldo
for tourists compiled nnd published by
Fred. J. Scott. It Is from the Uulletln
lno GiK Ci,an Co, pr0,mrcd to
attcnii to our wantg n hardware, fur-
ntllrCi Ra8awarc, carriage goods and
MnlaT) plumbing. Sec ad under New
n.L .. I , 1.4
There waft n nntlrenliln nenrr IV of
electric cars awaiting the patrons of
'ho ,fo1olln1.' KnT.n..Sal"!:ll.,''
provision other than the regular cars
Honolulu Photo Supply Co besides
dolnB tlle btsl Printing nnd developing
In the city for the least money; sunplj
amateur and professionals with alt
The Quintet Club will play and
sing during the progress ol tho din
ner nt the Hawaiian Hotel this oven
Ing. Afterwards thcro will bo n
dance on tho Iannis and thu bojs will
furnish music for that occasion also.
Don't lorget Camariiios ot thu Cui
fornla Fruit Market when ou wain
fruit and vegetables. He alwajs bar
on band a fresh supply of both Callfor
nla and Island fruits. Telephone Main
Tho first of a sorlcB of regular
monthly meetings of tlio Hawaiian Ml
eioscoplcal Society will bo held tumor
low evening nt tho olllco 01 Dr. Slog
M'tt. An Invitation Ib oxtended to ull
Interested to bo present promptly at
8 p. m.
'lhc ship llenjamln P. I'ackard Is
through discharging at tho navy wharf,
She will await orders from tho Coast.
It Is possible that Instead of going to
tho Sound shu may be ordered to go to
Chllo for nitrates.
'those wishing reliable horses, ex
pericnetd drivers, new rigs, fair prlcct
and courteous treatment should call a
the Territory Stables. Their tulephom
number Is Main 35. They dcllvir uue
call for rigs free ot charge.
Melc Akoni by her attornc)s, Hob
crtson & Wilder, mows to vacate Judg
ment and set aside execution entered
against her at the suit ot J. M. Vivas,
She claims she was given no notice of
appeal from the District Court and
tint bIic owes Vlvns nothing for sr
vices. j ho Archer had fair weather until
sighting the Islands when she met the
Minio strong and baffling winds which
have buffeted the other vessels lately
arriving here from thu Coast. She
lust ono sail and some of the others
wero split. Her cargo Is a general one
and she has a full load.
Captain Try and tho schooner Aloha
arrived hero yesterday from Kaana
l all. She sailed from San Francisco
last month for Kailua, Hawaii aud ar
rived thero after a twenty-one day
trip. Discharging her cargo for that
port she sailed for Kaanapall and then
came here to discharge somo small
freight and loud sugar.
William Kahanu was arrested yes
terday on tho thargu ot malicious In
Jury. Ho nppcared In the I'ollco Court
this forenoon, waived examination and
wan committed to thu Circuit Court
for trial. It Is alleged thnt Kahanu
took nut ono of thu carriages belong
Ing to the Club Stables Company and
kept It out nil night, returning It next
duy, much the worso for wear.
The barkcntlne Archer arrived from
Sun Kranclscn yesterday after n rather
slow trip considering tint sho left on
the same day as tho Santiago which
made the run In eleven dnvs. Captain
Calhoun who hns been out of tho ves
sel returned In her thin tlmo and Is
glud to once again sco Honolulu, 1'or
tcveral months he has been unwell
but Ib now agiln In good health.
Tho German Bhlp I.lta, Captain
Harms, arrived here from Hamburg
yesterday after n vojnge of 133 dajs.
Nothing unusual haprcned on thu voy
age. Tho veiuel was fifteen days In
rounding Capo Horn and during that
time experienced the only bad weath
er of the w hole trip. The Uta brought
three passengers for this port nnd has
a large cargo for II. Haekfeld & Co.
Deborah, n native! woman who help
ed to mako tho night hideous for somo
peoplo Saturday night, and who was
warned several times uy thu pollco to
stop making n nolso, appeared in tho
I'ollco Court this forenoon on tho
thai go ot disturbing tho quiet ot tho
night. Defendant said sho was drunk
and was about to say something clso
when tho Judge said, "1'lvo dollars and
costs," thus cutting off further debate.
T. J. Qulnn appeared In tho I'ollco
Coin t this forenoon on tho charge ot
leaving his horso untied In tho street.
It seems that Qulnn was "on tho lead '
on his stand and wont over to hnvo
his shoes pol'shed. Ho asked tho man
In tho next hack to keep an eju on his
horso, but tho pollco arrived nt an un
expected moment, and so tho hack
man got Into trouble. Judge Wilcox
remarked thut ho would havo to lm
peso a flno Just as ho had been doing
In tho caso ot tho Japanese and Chi-ne-so.
Tho lowest amount was $1 and
"nuts. This sum was named as tho
IfiNERNY SHOE STORE
Unusual Low Prices Make Immense Selling
New things come In every Me.tmer, anil if you come In any
day this vvtek you will find lots of new, fresh styles, Including
Tailor mado Ilos Suits. In
Scotch tweed, worsted nnd bluo
serges, of tho very latest cuts.
ONE LINE OF
Ilojs' llluo Cheviot Kneo Pants,
sizes from flvo to fifteen enrs;
special price this wch, x3 00 per
of n line of Ilovs' nil wool
Scotch Tweed Suits; special this
week at 3 00 per suit.
WHILE THE LOT LASTS
wo will bcII n line of HoyB'
Worsted all wool Suits, tho reg
ular prlco ot which Is $5.00, for
wo aro offering In tho line of
llluo Sorgo Dress Suits, for
bo)H, In nit sizes. Wo guaran
tee satisfaction or money re
turned. OUR BLOU8E DRESS SUIT8
nro far better than can be
found any where clso in tho city,
and tho prices cannot ho dupli
cated. Wo Invito an Inspection
of this department, and all oth
ers as well.
I.lko tho above mcnllone d ar
ticles, ou will And theso goods
a gcuulno bargain, excellently
tnitlc good fitting, serviceable.
Wo carry only makes from tho
most reliable manufacturers,
ami know their worth.
PACIFIC IMPORT CO., Ltd.
ProfVrcHH lllnck. Font Street.
CLINTON J. HUTCMIISS,
MclNERNY BLOCK. PORT ST.
No More Dread
onHE Dental Chair
TEI5TI1 EXTItACTnn AND F1LI.CI
ABSOLUTELY WITHOUT PAIN b)
our lato sell ntlflc method miplled to thi
gums. No slcep-produclaK agents 01
Tliieo are the only dental parlors li
Honolulu hnvlng PATKNT1H3 API'LI
ANC1CS and Insrcdlents to extract, fill
anil apply gold crowns and porcelain
crowns undectccable from natural teetb
nn.I warranted for ten years. WITH
OUT TUB LCAST PAIN. All wort
done by artADUATKn DENTISTS ol
from 12 to 20 years' experience, and
each department In charge of a Special
1st. Ulvo us a call, And you will tlnd
us to do exactly ns wo advertise. V
will tell ou In adtnmo exnetly what
your work will coit uy a KHEE EX
Set Teeth B OO
I'.nlil Cruw 11 H 6(1.00
Cold PllllniiH 4.IOO
Silver PIlllnCB out
Our name alono will be a guarantee
that your work will be of the best.
New York Dental Parlors.
Room 4, Elite Building. Hotel Street
LADIES IN ATTENDANCE.
Wo nro now In shape and prepared
tn meet our customers.
Our Immense stock of new stiles nro
Tho Indies' .Mnnlsh nnd tho men's
College lasts are In the height of pop
ularity, nnd seem to sell themschci.
Next week wo shall Itcmlzo soma
of these, so thnt od might know how
one up to date, should bo dressed.
Dress Golf Skirts
Iho very latest cuts nro go
ing ut from (C GO to $1.50, and
we havo them In all shades. In
cluding dirk grn)s, black and
medium shades of green.
Great Towel Sale
Tho good rellahlo thing thnt
every housekeeper wants In
her outfit, nt greatly reduced
prices. Ono week only. ONI2
HUNDIli:!) AND SIXTY DOZ
KN TUIIKISH TOWCi.S.
Direct Importation from tho
looms. They nro tho well known
Star and Crescent Towels, nnd
prices nro given below:
Ijirgo sized bleached Turkish
Towels, full weight, $1.CS per
KXTItA HEAVY Bath Tow
els, with fancy borders, reduc
ed from It 00 tn $3 CO per doz.
Hero wo offer an unusual bar
gain. Wo reduco theso heavy
Towels, with fancy borders,
from (C 00 per dozen to tt 50.
E, W Jordan
Is nlwajs well to tho front In c-'u-NO.
10 STORE uino aoods nt Pair PrlccB.
FORT STREET ,ho ,,,ore nu"t Kccp ln llne wl,h
other stores In fronta&o to tho 1
"" "" """ street
-CS l'"! C!o eminent mny nslt mo to
VlEw?" raoo bacl., which will lessen tho
"$gL 8''0 f my store, nnd I must re-
R3( dllcu my Immcnso Stock to at
J1 least ono hair. I therefore Intend
GIVE ALL OF MY CUSTOMERS
the opportunity to buy goods at
nocr heard of here. Como bo ,
fore, jou buy elsowhcro and you
I will say my prices aro all right.
J. H. FISHER
Stock and Dond Brokers.
FIRE ASSOCIATION, of Philadelphia
WESTERN ASSURANCE CO., of T
HONOLULU HTOCK EXCHANGE
Honolulu, November i0, loot
MME OF STOCK
SF.,U i? Bid
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US tchD(j Co.LM
Lit Kttt Si Co., LtJ
F PUntiflon Co .
Mbnomu Sugir Co
Ha ku Suer Co
Kahuku I'lintitlon Co
Klpahulu Suirir Co .
, MhryJbuCo U
, OikaU ueir Plan Co
'OiiSo Co, LtJ at I
to owalu Cotrpany. ...
raaunau aa run io
Pacific ucar Mill.
Pa la Plantat on Co
Vtfttkto burar Co
Ploncir Mill Co
Plonttr MI'I Co A
Walalua Ajr Co ,
VaHuku Sugar Co
Walmanalo husai Co
Wl dr StmiMD Co
fmUlaiJ bfeim N Co
faailan L'ectt lc Co
Hon RarU T & LanJCo
Peoplt Ut h K e C'o
First National Batik
FlMtA.S Bank At T. Co
Hawaiian (tor 5 percent
HltoR R. Co.bretcenf
non Napu irtntu
em P'antat nfirtr cam
Oahu R h LinJ Co pre
wanu n a mat) on ope
Olaa Plantation 6 n .
Walalua Aerkul 6pc .
Sales 10 Wnlmatmlo. Sll',0: SO Olaa.
assc-ssnlilo, J2j 50 Olaa. assessable, J2.
V.ILLAHD E. BrtOWN,
Halstead & Co.;
on Sugai Securities
407 Fort Street.
Slock and Bond Exchange.
Stock and Bond Broker
Member of Honolulu Stock Exchange
Orders for the purchase or sale of stoc'u
ana bonds carefully and promptly .wciLd.
Ground Floor, Judd Building.
PostorTue Box 300. I elcphoo, itVj.
Judd & Co., Ltd.
!t07 8tuneimulcJ Building.
I. O. ISox 007. Tct. Mnin 328
Sulwciiliera to tl.o HULLKTIN
not rtccivtng their iukts promptly
ill ioiifi'1' a ftnor by notifying tho
Hi'finoM Otlii'c; Td)hotie 2ri0.