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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, It. T TUESDAY, NOV. 19, 1901.
GREAT UNDER-PRICB SALB
Another of those splendid offerings for which EIILERS &
CO.'S Btore has grown famous. Eery week some specially at
tractive line of seasonable goods Is being cold Rt the most nstonlrh
Beginning on .MONDAY, the ltltli Inst., ou will have a p'ntid
opportunity to buy Fine Kid Oloves nt ery low prion. Tor
Dent's Florentine Kid Olovei, 4-buttom, all tAadet and lt,
per pair , , . $1 00
Formerly $2 00.
Fine Kid Gloves, 2 and 3 clasp, all shades, per pair.... tOo
Used to be $1.00.
Fine Kid Gloves, 2 and 3 button, assorted shades, per pair $100
Used to be $1.25 nnd $1.50.
And so on throughout our whole stock, which Is full of the finest
makes of Women's Kid Gloves mnnufnctuied.
HANDSOME TAILOR-MADE COSTUMES AND SKIRTS
There Is a heconilngnesH of stvle and finish about thoo gooilit
that cannot bo excelled. They wcro made by the must Xpert Hit
ters, who gatheied the latest Ideas fiom tho fashion centers of tlui
world. These costumes and skirts embody all the finishing touches
that bespeak the high class tailor made garment.
Wo hac them In serges, broadcloths, cheviots meltons, lc.,
etc. The arlety Is so great that w would Just ask you to como
and seo thpm and learn the pi Ices, which are of too wide a ratgo
to be quoted.
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 uspd successfully all ova 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:
Will Wl WORK
AT THE FALL EXHIBITION
OF'KILOHANA ART LEAGUE
Good Attendance at First View for
Members Exhibition Remains
Open Two Weeks Day
Wtl&t A cozy comer, a iopy of nno of jj
- the new books and some one who I
COUICI is cnpalilu of dlsiuxulng It- 9
1-vfi Let us suggest the book, irmylx B
" j joii lnvo henid of tbi-te I
better "Url ","1 '" ,,y ,iuue,,'r'
The Crisis," by Churchill.
"lHennorliassett." b Pidgin
, . A "Klin," by Iluilyaiil Milling
m "For Lav e or Cruw n, bj .Mcrrh
IT Wall, Nichols Co., Ltd.
rch." . I
II O is tho name of the purest nnd
most wholesome lino of foods manu
factured. They are principally break
fast preparations. Tho following Is a
list of them:
Farina 15c pkg
Rolled Oats 20c pkg
Breakfast Crfsps 20c pkg
Bis-KIt Flour 20c pkg
Buckwheat Flour . ,25c & 40c pkg
Tapioca 15c pkg
Corn SUrch ...,15c, 2 pkgs 25c
When You Dream of HO.
You Wake Up nungry.
1 H. May & Co.
Boston Block, Fort Street.
A BOON TO PEOPLE: LIV
ING IN TROPICAL COUNTRIES.
No white people art nMlvtri of troi
lull louutilcs. .Many phjsiiiiiiiH claim
the tiopliH uiiMittable lor the wblto
race. Why? lletaiihc th cllmuto Is
enetvatlng. You get run down, thu
1ler he tomes Hluggltli, th Mood In
lni)o ei lulled, bolls ami Imi'l'iH urt.nk,
out, vou aro nervous and iftltoble, unci
a general feeling o: liHnt, out of
Putnam's Health Pills are made s
pi fully for this class of allrcwit They
waku up a sluggish liver, ttmy niuko
rich, red blood; they iy move tlurt lan
guid feeling and tone up tho vvholo
system. There Isn't to efct (jutwtlon
or their being the Wet tnulo pill In
tho world. 'If they don't bent fit you,
)our money back. Then fore, with
such ii KiiaranKe, hj lUlny tlin
t lent mint 7 tiet tin in today mid ro
itlo the hcix tit tin will lifiiud at
.PRICES 50c, 6 fcr 12.50.
Hobron Drug Co
KINO AND FORT
'Tels. 22, 24, 92.
P. O. box 386.
soiled w will
t Uv I Ii e m up,
ile in tht-ni, .in J
at ery little coit.
given on : : : . :
: : : .triplication.
nopp & co
Leading furniture Dealer
Cor. King and Bethel Sts.
M. Phillips & Co.
Wholes!. 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.
THIS SPACt RESERVED FOR
It was members' first lov of the fall
exhibition of tho Kllohana Art League
last night. There was a good attend
ance, tho art gallery In the Model block
being Just a degree less than uncom
fortably thronged. Among those pres
ent were Mrs. J. S. McOicw, Chief Jus
tin) Frcar and wife, Rev. Alex, Mack
intosh. Prof. If. Thompson, Prof. Ed
gar Wood and wife, I). Howard Hitch
ork and wife, Miss Soper, Mrs. (1. P.
Wilder. P. II. Dodge and wife, Mrs.
Helen Kclley, W. W. Hall, the Mlsse
Hell, L. Tcnney Peck and wife, A. F,
Judil, Wm. L. Whitney, n. A. Jordan,
wife and daughter, the Misses Fisher,
Captain Pond and wife, 1). I,. Marx,
W. C. Parke, .Miss Pnrkc. Mrs. Wal
brlilgc, C. A. Rhodes and 'wife, J3. A.
Mott-Smlth and wife, Frank Athcrton
and wife, C. H. Dickey, Mrs. Arthur
Alexander, Mrs. Heapy, Thco. Wores,
Mrs. Taj lor and daughter of Alameda,
Cat , Mrs. Fred. Cuter of Mana, Ha
waii, Mrs. Kinney nnd daughter, Mr,
.cnton. Miss Carrie Castle, Mrs. 1,111a
MarsharT,aMr. Ncwcomb and daughter,
Miss Adams, Mrs. Tabor and daugh
ters, Mr. Anderson, Mr. Illackman.
Tho catalogue of this exhibition con
tains ninety-three works and all In
painting. Variety lacking from tho
nusence of china painting, wood carv
Ing. pylography and sculpture Is large
ly compensated for In variety of sub
jects treated with the brush. Thcro U
(.lie piece of sculpture In tho clay mod
eling Btage, set up for public criticism
rattier than exhibition. This Is a por
trait bust of the late Princess Ilernlcc
1'aunhl Ulshop by Mr. Usborne. As tho
sculptor has only photographs to work
fiom and these varying In pose and ex
pression, ho wishes to obtain the opln
Ions of people who were acquainted
with the subject In life before com
pletlng tho work.
D. Howard Hitchcock easily main
tains the leadership he has held In the
Kllohana Art League from Its Instltu
tlon, both In quantity and quality of
the work ho has on view. Sunrise on
.Manna Kea, seen from Hllo, Is his
chief work on this occasion. It was
n topic of general admiration among
those present last night. There arc
scleral gems among his many smaller
pieces, among which Is to be particu
larly mentioned "Gathering Shells,"
showing a native 'boy engaged In that
occupation on the coral reef. Mr.
Hitchcock has two or mree remem
brances of the Volcano of Kllauca
when It was In eruption, adding to the
pictorial history of the phenomenon
invcrlng many years past which hc'ban
Miss A. M. Upjohn Is an acquisition
to the League, whose several works re
i clved nothing but highest praise from
ull beholders. Close by the chief en
trance to the gallery is her "Day
Dreams," showing a hooded maiden in
u reverie within a deeply shaded room.
"Children," although not rated so high
by the artist herself, seemed If any
thing to be more attractive to tho first
viewers. It shows thrco voungsters
grouped oddly in tho living room of a
humble abode a boy Beatcd on a table,
n. girl perched in a window overhead
and n baby standing by the table.
Theo. Wores enriches the exhibition
with many works, of local and foreign
subjects. Among others arc beautiful
pastoral scenes In England. Prob
ably the most striking composition It
that of a street In Ikao, Japan. This
Is characterized by fine drawing and
shading and a deltclotiBncss of color
tones, .whllo the Irregularity of arcM
teituro and a lofty mountain In tho
background have their plcturesqueness
thoroughly brought out.
Mrs. Helen Kelley's floral pieces aro
delightful as ever.
Mr. Dodge makes a departure from
bis favorito sea beaches of Hawaii by
showing somo foreign sketches. They
aro of excellent worth. "Dreams of
Uarly Night In Venice" represents a
scene, one of the artist's greatest de
lights on his recent travels.
K. A. Mott-Smlth takes the place of
Ms brother this time. A "Scene In
Holland" by him, though a small can
vas. Is ono of the best bits of painting
on the walls. The water, effects, the
cottago and the sedgy margin of nn
Intervale are well portrajed.
Mrs. C. Pond (wife of the commander
or the U, S. S. Iroquois) Is another new
contributor. Her slnglo piece, "Sun
set from Ala Moanu," arrested general
attention. It shows a pictty spot an
the beach boulevard leading to Wal-
klkl. The water wluiln the bight, tho
adjacent headland and tho ruin of an
old lookout station on the reef am
well drawn, wh.ie the light reflections
In the water are vivid. In the distance,
breaking Intd a cloudy horizon gleam
ing from the westering sun, dimly rises
tho Walanae mountains.
Mrs. Willis, Miss A. II. Parke anl
I.au Shcong, among steadfast contri
butors to former exhibits, aiqult them
belves crcdltnbly again.
S. II. Smith shows n portrait of merl
toilous quality. May Mott-Smlth lllrd
and Miss Allco II. Tabor arc among
other contributors whose works re
ceived much praise fiom the assem
bly. The present exhibition will continue
open day and evening until December
U, from 8 to E nnd 7 to . It Is 'veil
worth visiting by lovcis and patrons
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Mrs. H. R. Stackablc Is quite sick.
The real thing In wall papers at
Horse, wagon nnd harness for sale.
See Tor Sale column.
Two lilcjclcs have been found. Seo
Found column on page 8.
'lite tegular meeting of the Board of
llrnllh vlll he held tomorrow attor
roon. A meeting of the Hoard of IMuca
tlon 13 probable tho latter part of Ui
A regular meeting of Foresters will
be held this evening. Seo notice on
A luau and fair will be held at the
drill shed Nov. 30. Seo notice under
Tho little steamer Kacna has been
purchased by Contractors Clarko it
Henry for $1000.
'l lie salo of sixty shares of Kwn at
twentj-foirr was reported on tho Stocu
Exchange, this morning.
The brig Tanner will sail out of thu
harbor this attcrnoan. She Is bound
lor the Sound In ballast.
Uourbon xvhlskty G jcars old, S3 SO,
claret, CO cenr sherry and Tokay, 75
cents a gallon at Hoffschlacger Co.'s,
The new schooner C. L. Woodburv
was hauled to tho end of tho laumua
wharf today to bo prepared for her
first Island trip.
Tho new dredger being built' bj
Clark & Henry Is to be christened thu
Pearl Harbor. Shu will bo rcudy for
launching In about tbreu weeks.
High Sheriff Drown acted as proso
cutlnc officer In the Police Couit this
'fcienoon. Mi. Chllllngworth being
busy with matters in tho Circuit Court,
II, A. Weiss, head sugar boiler at
Walalua mill, will leave on tho steamer
Sierra for a vacation to ihe Mainland,
returning about the first of the new
The steamer Klnau went to the rail
road wharf this morning to tako
about eighty tons of Irclgnt for Hllo.
Tho freight was brought nero b tho
Honolulu Pholo Supply Co. besides
doing the best printing and developing
In the city for the least money; supply
amateur and professionals with all
A special meeting of the Mjrtle
lloat Club win be Hold at thu boat
house tomorrow (Weducsda)) evening
foi tho purpose of considering mat
ters In connection with tho new boat
house and site. Uvcry member Is re
quested to be present.
Mrs. Mary Nu Illanu Orcgson has
brought suit against Thos. II. flregsou
un tho grounds of refusal to support
and extremo cruelty. Tho libolteo
states In her complaint that, at one
time, her husband threatened to shoot
Many of tho vessels from tho Coast
now here havo crows composed ol
Chileans. It is great fun to hear the
otneers of .the vessel talking, spinlsu
Do You Write Yonr Own Letters?
Sive tlnii- Khlch K
money) .in j have
J. D. AVERY,
Coinnirrcl 0 '-owes-ponJent,
Tel. Main iC Over Hart &Co's
ongues to the men, who, as
a rule, besides being unable to under
stand English, aro very stunld.
The meeting of tho directors of the
Wlldcr's Steamship company will be
held this afternoon If a quorum can
bo got together. Tho planters' meat-
ing )eslciuay afternoon caused the
postponement for twenty-four hours of
tno meeting caned tor at mat time,
Ulseslo Frobocso has brought suit
foi separation against (His. Fred. Hen'
ry Froboese on tho ground of ex'
tieme crnelty. Tlfo complainant states
that her husband at one time struck
and beat her In the face and breast
and that on several other occasions
hi was brutal and abusive.
The following cases were disport!
of In the Police Court this forenoon;
Kalcwu, ufault and battery, $10 and
costs; Frunk Correa, selling adulterat
ed milk, $25 and costs; K. Oto, mall
dons injury, committed to the Circuit
Court for trial; Takahashl, cruelty In
animals, $20 and costs.
In the report published In the
Bulletin yesterday in connection with
the meeting of tho Planters' Associa
tion the name of J, T. Crawley appear
ed as director of tho Association ex
periment station. It should nave stat
ed that he Is superintendent of the
Hawaiian Fertilizer Co.
At about G o'clock yesterday after
noon the team of horses of a tram
ways 'bus on King street, near the
corner of Fort, got looso and started
on a run for Kalihl with the whiffle
tree and chains dangling behind. Lieu
tenant Leslie of tho Mounted Patrol
who happened to bo netr at tho time,
started after tho animals. Before
they had gono half a block ho had
cuiiKht n with them and had brought
them to a standstill.
Ncllo, a Japanese, was this moraine
sentenced to one month's Imprison
ment at hard labor on tho charge of
assault and battery on Ah OL Tho
Chinaman said that tho Japanese had
attacked him without provocation and
that lit) had struck him In tno fan,
with one of his wooden shoes. The.
dt-lendant refused to say anything In
XAt own defense. Ho Bald ho 'was
diunk and did not know what ho wns
doing. It Is possible that ho may
have struck tho Japanese,
Tanal.a, a Japnneso. appeared In
tho Pollco Court this forenoon, on
tho rhnrgo of carrying a dondly wcap
on. Mo stated that he was drunk nt
the time of his arrest and that ho did
not know what ho was doing. Captain
Kanac, who mado tho arrest, stated
that ho found tho Japanese wandering
about tha streets. Oho fellow was
rt ally drunk but ho carried a rovolver
stinpped to a belt about his, waist,
Judgo Wilcox sentenced tho fellow to
one month's Imprisonment at hard labor.
Tho l'lks are making great prepaia
Ions for the ladles' reception nnd
housowarmlne; to bo given tomoirow
nvenlng nt their now hall, corner of
Miller and Beretanla streets. A flue
piogram has been proparo, by the
committee having charge of the ar
rangements, and a raro good time Is
piomlsed. The program will be of a
(Horary and musical nature.
FACTS WORTH KNOWING.
To remove Ink stains from carpet-
burn tho carpet.
Light Is essential to health also to
the owners of gas stock, ,
To rejuvenate ancient butter turn It
over to tho soap grease man.
If vou would never have tainted fish.
order nothing but salt pork.
If shutters aro removed during the
nftcrnoon they will not slam at night.
A splendid thing for mosquitoes Is a
fat man who Isn't troubled with Insom
nia, Never deposit hot ashes In a wooden
vessel. Ask the Government to lend
ou nn Ironclad,
Never ubo kcroseno to kindle a fire.
A load of kindling wood Is much
cheaper than a funeral.
To prevent preserves from molding
place them on the top shelf of a
I closet on dglve the key to a small boy.
Wo aro now In shapo and prepared
to meet our customers.
Our Immense stock of new Btvlcs nro
The ladles' Manlsh nnd the men's
College lasts nro In tho height of pop
ularity, and seem to sell themselves.
Next week wo shall Itemize somo
of these, so that 5 on might know how
one, up to date, should ho dressed.
fINERNY SHOE STORE
NOW OPEN AND ON SALE
THE PACIFIC IMPORT COMPANY MAKES ITS FIRST HOLI
Those who nntlclpato buying holiday gifts should prepare
to take advantnge of tho excellent collection now .being opened
by tho Pnclllc Import Company, It will bo a wise thing to come
nnd seo this beautiful stock now and mako your selections, he
causo tho prettlst ones will bo bought Immediately, Tho cur
tain Is now drawn on tho exhibition, and wo hope to see vou.
Toys for Boys
rs for Girls
s for Babies
Too many Articles to titiote prices.
Everything Marked in Main Figures.
FULL. LINK OF TOYS, Including:
Tool Clients, DoIIh, Go-CartH, Doll
CiirrlafVcH.WfifionHi GnmcM, Doatn.
Picture Books, Garden Tools,
Blocks, Btovcs, Kitchen Utensils,
Animal Arks Mechanical Toys,
, Hose Carts, Hook and Ladder and
HUNDREDS OF OTHERS.
Tho above is a very Inidcquato list from thu Immense Impor
tation of Toys wo havo made this season, which Includes tho very
latest American and Kuropcan Ideas. Especially good Is our
stock of Mechanical Toys and Games, and tho excellent varlc-
X'MAS TREE ORNAMENTS
USEFUL ARTICLES FOR CHRI8TMAS PRESENTS.
No ono should afford to miss seeing these goods. Among
them aro somo of the prettiest novelties nnd useful articles over
seen here. The following Is but a few mentions from tho big
Ruby Ware and Opal Ware, Hand-Painted Celluloid Boxes,
Collar and Cuff Boxes, Toilet Sett,. Manicure Boxes, Jewel Boxes,
Photo Cases, 8mokera' 8ets, Shaving Sets, Necktie and Glove
Boxes, Handkerchief and Work-Boxes.
nnii'T CRDRCT That our prices are an Important factor
UUn I rUnUtl and that it'ls no trouble to show goods.
PACIFIC . IMPORT CO., Ltd.
Progress Block, Fort Street.
CLIINTOJN J- HUTffiHINS,
wifll"IMt Ii ..Vc M
L? L swifts
J. H. FISHER
Stock and Bond Brokers.
FIRE ASSOCIATION, of Philadelphia
WESTERN ASSURANCE CO, of T
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE
Honolulu, November l3, loot
NAMt OF STOCK CJ,
C Bre.r atCowfifly
HS ctittC Co.1'1
L U. Km 8c Co , L1 .
Fm PI.nl.1lAn Co ..
niwiuin com m j .o
Htwtlltn Sug.r Co .
Honomu SuRir Co
Honokia Sugar Co ,..
Haku buft-ar Co ,.
Katiuku Plantation Co
Klhil Plant Co Ltd,
Kliahulu Sugar Co
Kolna Sugar Co ...,
0hu Sugar Co .
Oikata Sucar Plan Co
OlaaSu Co.LtJ., att
lOaaSuCoLtJ, p4upj I
I Uiowllu Company ,
Paauhau bu. t'lan, (.0 ,
Pacific bugar Mill '
,'ala Plantation Co . j
Hrrt.kto Sugar Co .
I'u.ntrr Mill Co I
IMun.tr Mill Co AlMl '
Walalui Agr. Co . . I
Walluku Sugar Co ... i
walroanaio bugai 1.0 . I
Walio.a Mill Co
irVld.rSlnmiMpCo . I
m-llana3laam n 1.0
.la-a Ian fc'ectrle Co
Hon. k.pl4 T It LanJCo
Mutual Ttlephon Co ..
Oahu Itv Si Lani Co
r'topit t ICt B K I K -0
Flnt National Bank ..
HIM A. 5 B.nkftT.Ct
Hawaiian Gov tear cent
Hllo K. R. Co. 0 rrcn!
non. atapu irtnut ....
ka P'antat n 6 wr can
CJahu R A Land Co fn
Oahu Plantation 6 p c
Utaa Plantation 6 p c
waiaiua Agricul. ope
I eoo vx
1 JO, cor
t JO 00c
Sales to Kwa, 21.
V.ILLARU E. BROWN,
Halstead & Co.,
on Sugai Securities ,
407 Fort Street.
Slock and Bond Exchange. '
Stock and Bond Broker
Member of Honolulu Stock Iichinji
Orders (or the purchase or sale of stocks
ana bonds carefully and promptly sztcutsd.
Ground Floor, Judd Bulldtnc
Postoftke Box 390, Telephotn -rCf,
Judd & Co., Ltd.
307 6tanjicnwald Building.
P. O. Box OOT. Tel. Main S8
McllNERNV BLOCK. PORT ST.
Subscribers to tho BULLETIN
not receiving their papers promptly
will confer a favor by notifying tho
Bxsinctw Office; Telephone 250.
No More Dread
of the Dental Chair
TEETH EXTRACTED AND FILLED
ABSOLUTELY WITHOUT PAIN bj
our late scientific method applied to thr
gums. No sleep-producing agents 01
These are the only dental parlon In
Honolulu having PATENTED APPLI
ANCES and Ingredients to extract, fill
and apply gold crowns and porcelain
crowns undectecable from natural teetb
and warrantod for ten years, WITH
OUT THE LEA8T PAIN, All wort
done by OIIADUATED DENTISTS o!
from 12 to 20 years' experience, and
each department 1n charge of a Special
1st, Qlvo us a call, And you will And
us to do exactly as we advertise. W
will tell you in advamo exactly what
your work will cost oy a FREE EX
Bet Teeth SB OO
Gold Crowns S5.00
Gold l:llllnH $1.00
rillver FllllnrVH O0c
aW(4Jr 1, L Till M
Our name alono will be a guaranty
that your work will be of tbe best.
New York Dental Parlors.
Room 4, Elite Building, Hotel Street
LADIES IN ATTENDANCB.
Ex Wx Jordan
NO. 10 STORE
Is always well to tho front In gen
uine Goods at Fair Prices.
the storo must keep In line with
other stores In frontage to the
tho (lovernment may aBk mo to '
movo back, which will lessen the
slio of my store, and I must re
duce my Immcnso 8tock to at
least one half. I therefore Intend
GIVE ALL OF MY CUSTOMERS
tho opportunity to buy goods at
nover heard of hero, Como W
foro )on buy clsovvhoro and you
will say my prices aro all right.
.-, .Vi(ii8 jlv!r$