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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, H. T., WEDNESDAY, NOV. 20, 1901.
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GREAT UNDER-PRICB SALE
Another o( those splendid offerings for which EIILEHS 6
CO.'S storo hns grown famous. Every week some specially 6t
tractive line of seasonable goods Is being sold at the most astonish
Ueglnnlng on MONDAY, the 18tli Inst., yon will have a grand
opportunity to buy Fine Kid Gloves at very low prices. For
Dent' Florentine Kid Gloves, 4-buttons, all shades and sizes,
per pair (1.00
Fine Kid Gloves, 2 and 3-clasp, all shades, per pair EOo
Used to be $1.00.
Fine Kid Gloves, 2 and 3-button, assorted (hades, per pair. .$1.00
Used to bo $1.25 and Il.GO.
And so on throughout our whole stock, which Is full of tho flti'Ht
makes of Women's Kid Gloves manufactured,
HANDSOME TAILOR-MADE COSTUMES AND SKIRTS
Thcro Is a bccomlngnetm of style and finish about these KOO'lrt
that cannot bo excelled. They were niado by tho most expert cut
ters, who gathered tho latest Ideas from tho fashion centers or tho
world. These costumes and skirts embody nil the finishing tonches
that bespeak tho high-class tallor-mndu garment.
Wo have them In serges, broadcloths, cheviots, meltons, etc.,
etc. The variety is so 'great that we would Just nk you to como
nnd see them and learn the prlceB, which are of too wide a range
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 us"d 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;
SOLE AGEN1 8.
AND lNTEKbSTlNG MEETING
Dr. McDonald Shows Some Excellent
Work on Plague Slides New
Members are Elected
The sixth monthly meeting or the
llftwullun Alurobcopical boneiy wait
ut'iu lust evening ui tnc unite ot Or.
bluggett. 'lucre was a lair attcuu
amu of the working uicmocrti utif
luucli Inleiesl wuh snowii. SQeru
Uuw meiiiuum were present, aim two
tuure new members, Dr. A. 11. carter
ui Alul.uo umt .Mr. Duuiey t.nilawortii,
Alter tue business of the society
was llnlsnuU lucre was au lnioriu.il
tiiiilbUum o( siloes, prepared by an
t trout Members, 'lliu uisctisoluu ami
luiervst oi the evening centered upon
u uuu series oi Bliuus, inauo Horn cut
Hires of plague bacilli, exhibited bl
ur. J. i. .ucuouoiu, uorerument bac
teriologist, 'tnese sliues include lioiu
typical and erratic or luvoimlon
lijnns. Ui-, McDonald gave lulorma-
Hun lroni his laboratory notes upun
tho conditions under wnlch the tul-
lures were made, pointing out tho po
culur conditions unuer wuicn tnu in
volutions terms appeared aud neces
sary for their production.
in tlio dlscussiou which followed
Mr. Johnstone pointed out that tho
piesent series o( plague slides, upon
which he highly coinpllmeutetl Ur
McDonald, was the llrst creditable
work he had Been done by an olllclal
nt tho Government since the plague
was ilrst Introduced berc. 'the opin
ions of others present followed this
line and were concluded by tho so
ciety requesting Ur. McDonald to ills
duplicates of the scries in the socie
ty b cabinet and to prepare for the
ucxt meeting a paper on his observa
tions upon tho culture of tho plague,
During tho evening refreshments
wcro served through t.io courtesy ot
Dr. Sloggctt, who announced that tht
next meeting cl the society would he
held on Tuesday evening, December
1 itli, at tho otllccs of Drs. Cooper and
McDonald, nt which time Dr. McDon
ald's paper on plaguo cultures would
he supplemented by a short discourse
nu tho Illumination of the microscope
with practical illustrations, by Mr.
Arthur Johnstone. The meeting ad
journed at lu o'clock.
A cozy corner, n copy of one of
the new books and some one who
is cnpablc of discussing It.
Let us suggest the book; maybe
you have heard of these.
'IVrl nnd I," by Uatcheller.
"Tho Crisis," by Churchill.
"Ulennerhasselt." by I'idgin.
"Kim," by Rudyard Kipling.
"For Love or Crown, by March-nmont.
Wall, Nichols Co., Ltd.
HO Is the name of tho 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 Oat 20c pkg
Breakfast Crispa .. :...20c pkg
BilKit Flour 20c pkg
Buckwheat Flour ..25cA40e pkg
Tapioca ISc pkg
Corn Starch ....15c, 2 pkgs 25c
When You Dream of H-O.
You Wake' Up nungry.
H. May & Co.
Boston Block, Fort Street.
Teli. 22, 24, 92. P. O. box 386.
If your Carpet are
soiled we will
t.lUe til em up,
clean them, ;md
relay them fur you
at very little cost.
given on : : : : :
: : : application.
HOPP & CO.,
LeadlnK Furniture Dealers
Cor. King and Bethel Sts.
After sickness, the strentth you hi
iniieh need will conic rapidly if you
lake ROYAL MALT EXTRACT witn
our iucuIh. It is JiiM tho ttinli
needed; takes right uold and huihlH
ynu up. It dncK not (16 this by nuy
mysterious nienns or ftronf tlrKt but
helps the stomach to geia food Hid
sends the nutriment through th blood.
It brlngH good appetite, perffjt U
gestlon and sound. n'Mful s!-?"p. It
Is brewed from selected ImrKy i.nd
hops, and contains all that is bft iu
IuHlttt on having the genuine RGjal
Male Extract, as ou will only !" Jix-
nppolnted In cheap brands of mult "
HUB PUCE 111
There was to be a hot time at the
election of the officers ,of the Healanl
ltoat Club this evening when the
(rlends ot the different candidates
meet to cast their ballots. For two
weeks past, politics have taken the
plaro of everything else In the mind
of the active members and a canvass of
all the club members has been made iu
their endeavors to get their candidates
With Jack Atkinson out of the run
ning It has been a toss up between
two men for the position of captain,
and the two candidates chosen to rep
resent the contending factions are K.
J. Church on the regular ticket and
James W. Lloyd on tho opposition
ticket. At the last minute the mem
hers ot the opposition' were informed
that their candldato for captain would
be compelled to retire from the candl
dacy on account of the time he has tn
glvo to business matters and so the
ticket Is left without a head, as the
only real fight Is for the captaincy.
Tho time being so short thcro Is hard
ly any possibility of selecting a man
to run against Church with any show
nf success and in nil probability he will
be elected by a very largo majority.
The other candidates for positions on
the board are: Walter Wall, president;
tjuy Gere, vice president; Chas. Mur
iay, treasurer; Dan Rencar, vice cap
tain; Merle Johnson, commodore; A.
Runha, vice commodore; D. L. Conk
ling, secretary; S. T. Walker, auditor.
These men were selected by both fac
tions who only differed as to tho cap
taincy. With tho withdrawal of Mr.
Lloyd fheir election which would have
been quite exciting will take place as
elections at the club usually do.
Price 25c; 2.50 by the Dutn
KING AND FORT.
TO LET Mtwatllto-prtKif rnom cm-
trolly located. Apply K. E. Milter,
rantheun Imruar bnop. 1W3 li
Wholesale Importers and Jobbers.
European and American Dry Goods.
Fort and Queen Sts.
H. Hackfeid& Co., Ltd.
General Commission Agents.
Cor. Fort and Queen Streets, Honolulu.
THIS SPACc. RESERVED FOR
FINISH THEIR EM
The Jesuit missionaries, Fathers
llourraan and Megcvcney after a long
nnd pleasant visit In the Islands de
parted for the Coast last evening In
the steamer Sierra. During their stay
hrro they havo been doing mission
work and were both pleased with what
they saw while here and the condition
of their church In the Islands.
While It is not probable that the
brothers who have Just completed n
tour of the Islands will return again
thcro will be others of tile faith com
ing here at regular .Intervals and
their efforts the Catholic church will
be put on a firmer footing than ever
in this Territory, A very large party
of friends of the reverend gentlemen
were at" the steamer to sec them away
litht evening and they were the reci
pients of many little tokens of regard
and esteem from the men and womon
among whom they have worked while
Do You Write Your Own Letters?
Save time (which
money) an J have
J. D. AVERY,
nonJent, write them
IT'l. Main 76. Over Hart fc Co's
Mndlson, Wis.. Nov. S, W, I.. Me
delra, Assistant Postmaster at Hono
lulu, arrived hero yesterday to claim
u Madison bride. Next 'ihursday bo
will bo united In marriage to Miss
Jesslo Woodard. the daughter of I.es
ter Woodward, and they will leave nt
unco for Hawaii. Thoy met at Santa
Cruz, Cal where Miss Woodard has
passed several winters with her fam
ily. A brother of the bridegroom will
come from Boston to act as best man.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
The schooner Concord arrived front
Hawaii yesterday afternoon. ,
Tho Federal court opened this morn
ing only to adjourn until Friday,
Sugar Raw, quiet; fair . roflnlng,
3 1.2c; centrifugal, 9S test, 3 3-4 a.
I'rlncc Cupid's race boat which was
expected to arrive in the Sierra did not
Auction ot Hawaiian bred pacer
Kninalle. See Jas. F, Morgan's col
A horse and carriage sale will take
place tomorrow. See, Jas. F. Morgan's
Notice is given of dissolution of part
nership of Suiter & Wnlty. Sec under
Auction sale of billiard and pool ta
bles, also fine library, Sco Jas. F.
Judge W. 1.. Stanley left for a trip
to Europe in tho Sierra. He will Ijp
gone several months.
The rooms formerly occupied by the
Oahu Athletic Club arc being converted
into living apartments.
Furniture for six room cottage Is for
sale; also privilege of renting, cheap,
See For Sale column on page 8.
Uourbon whiskey G years old, $3.50,
claret, 60 cents; sherry and Tokay, 73
cents a gallon at Hoffschlacger Co.'s,
King street. .
.Llets of even money nro being mado
that the Punahou Athletic football
team will beat the Malle Illmas by at
least ten points.
Mrs, Jared G. Smith accompanied hy
her son nnd Mrs. Julia Werner, her
mother, arrived In the Sierra ftom the
Whitney & Marsh have greatly en
larged the" facilities of their dressmak
ing establishment by taking rooms lu
the Boston building.
Miss I'. Tlusscl, who has been visit
ing here for several months left fur
the Coast last evening. She will spend
t'te winter In California.
The female deer brought here from
Molokai for tho deer park on Pacific
Heights Is dead. Another one will be
brought here to take her place.
There will be a meeting of tho ladle)
In charge of booths ut the coining luau
and fair tomorrow morning ut 10
o'clock at the Catholic Sisters..
Purs r Frlcl ui tho Mlkahala re
ports 3500 bags of K. 9. M. and
1100 bags Mcllrydo sugar remaining
on Kauai ready for shipment.
Real estate agents report many, in
quiries for Kntllii and Palama lots
(luce the electric road began Its build
tng operations through those districts.
The Mlowcra which arrived this
morning had a clean bill of health,
The cubc ot plague at Urlsbane report
ed by the Moana was tho last on
W. H. Coney, ot tho Bulletin staff.
left for Kauai iu the v. a. trail last
evening. He will visit his brother,
Sheriff J. H. Coney, while on the Gat
Tho schooner R. W. Uartlett was
towed to sea this morning by the
Fearless. Tliti vesacl will go to the
Sound in ballast, and there load litm
her for this port. "
Tennessee negroes who havo shaken
the red soil of tho Hawaiian sugar
plantations oft their feet will give a
cake walk show at St. Antonio hall on
Honolulu Photo Supply Co, besides
doing the best printing and developing
in the city for the least money; supply
amateur and professionals with all
A meeting of the directors ot tho Ha
waii Yacht Club will bo held tomorrow
to take up matters ot Interest to the
club and pass upon the names of ap
pllcunts for membership.
Included In the freight brought by
the Inter-Island steamer Mlkahala ar
riving from Kauai ports yeBterda)
morning fvas 4000 bags of K. S. M.
and 1100 bags of V. K. sugars, and
37 packages ot sundries.
The wharf Injunction suit in the
United States District Court went ovet
yesterday afternoon until Monday,
owing to the absence ot Superintendent
of Public Works J. H. Doyd, one of tut
The bouse warming party of the
EJks will take placo this evening at
tho new home on Beretanln street. A
One program has been arrsngeu aid
the ladles accompanied by member
will bo made welcome.
U. S. Marshal E. It. Hendry left In
the steamer Mauna I.oa to execute pa
pers In the FuJItanl bankruptcy case at
Honokaa. In his absence the Mar
shal's office Is under the efficient man
ngement of Chief Office Deputy Handy
A. II. Irving who has been ropre
sentlng the Interests ot tho I'urnrtuo
Paint Co. in this city, sailed for San
Francisco In the Sierra to spend the
winter. While on "the Coast Mr. lrv
tng will bo married and return here in
The Klnau, sailing for Ililo and
way ports at noon today, took a mini-,
ber of returning sugar planters who
hud been In attendance at the annual
convention of tho Hawaiian Sugar
Planters' Association. Tho Klnuit bad
her full complement ot trclgiit for
tho Dig Islanu,
One of the handsomest stallions ov
er shipped irom San r'ranclsco arrived
nore on tnc vemura lor nw .i-ui-and.
llo Is one of tuo most perfect
animals ever bred In Kentucky. Ho
has nil the attributes ot a perrect road
horse, and for that purpose ho was
purchased. To get him to Now Zeal
and will cost his proscnt owner over
IliiOO, but 01 en with tout assessment
ho will be deemed cheap In tne Colo
nics. There was but a Bhort session ot the
Police Court this morning ns tho cal
endar was not a lengthy one. Ten
Chinese arrested for gambling had
their cases nollo pros'd for want of
cldence. Punahele and Kaupcua who
drovo their drays faster than u walk
were reprimanded nnd discharged. The
case of furious nnd heedless driving
against W. S. Withers was dismissed
a ho proved that ha was in no way
guilty of the offense. W. II. Pflueger
who rode his bicycle, without a light
was reprimanded nnd tho case against
him dismissed. Ah Cluing up on a
charge of forgery had his case set for
Wo aro now in shape nnd prepared
to meet our customers. -
Our Immense stock ot new styles aro
Tho Indies' Manlsli nnd tho men's
College lasts are In tho height ot pop
ularity, and seem to sell themselves.
Next week wo shall Itemize, somo
of these, so thnt you might know how
one, up to date', should bo dressed.
IVICINERNY SHOE STORE
NOW OPEN AND ON SALE.
THE PACIFIC IMPORT COMPANY MAKES ITS FIRST HOLI
Those who antlctpato buying holiday gifts should prepare
to tako advantage of tho excellent collection now being opened
by tho Pacific Import Company. It will be n wlso thing to como
and sco this beautiful stock now and make, your selections, be
cause tho prettiest ones will bo bought immediately. Tho cur
tain is now drawn on the exhibition, and wo hope to seo you.
Toys for Boys
Toys for Girls
Toys for Babies
Too many Articles to quote prices.
Everything Marked in kluin Figures.
FULL LINE OF TOV8, Including t
Tool Clients, DoIIh, Go-Carts. Doll
CnrrlnjicB, Wagons, Comes, Boots,
Picture Books, Garden Tools,
Blocks. Stoves, Kitchen .Utensils,
Animal Arks Mecliunlcal Toys,
Hose Carts, Hook ond Ladder and
HUNDREDS OF OTHERS.
The above Is a very Inadequate Hsf from the Immense impor
tation of Toys we havo made this season, which Includes tho very
latest American and European Ideas. Especially good Is our
stock of Mechanical Toys and Games, nnd tho excellent varie
J. H. FISHER
Stock and Bond Brokers.
FIRE ASSOCIATION, of Phlladalphlv
WESTERN A8SURANCE CO, of Toronto.
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE
Honolulu, November 16, loot
NAME OF STOCK
C. Br.w.r A Comr-lnv i eoo.c,
US "cMDO.Co.l't.1 6om
L. H.Kerr & Co.. LU.. toco c
Gi Pl.nmlonCo ..
Hawaiian buc.r (.0 ...
Ilonoiru Sutaf Co ..
'(onoka Sugar Co ...
Kanuku Plantation Co
Klahulu Sura. Co..
Kolna SuKar Co. .. .
0hu buear Co, .
riomta Sugar Co....
OikaU Swat Plan. Co
Ofaa Su. Co., LU., a I
OfaaSuCo.LM. pa up
I'aaunau !tu. Plan. Co
Pacific Surar Mill
PaU Plantation Co ..
Ppk o Sugar Co . .
I'lonrt r Mill Co ..
Plonrtr Mill Co. Aimi
Walalua Agr. Co.,
Walmanalo Sugai Co
Walm.a Mill Co
Wl dr St.anuhlD Co
I'ltr-liUni Sltam N.Co
faarailan L'rcttlc bo .
Mutual Talt phon Co .
Oahu Rv Lani Co.
Ptopla'a let ft Kit Co
Flral National Bank .
Hawaiian Gov sPrcn
HlloR. R. Co. 6 p.rt.n'
non. apii iran.ii..
Ew. PUntat'n 6 txf rtn
Oahu R ft Land Co. pr.
Oahu Plantation 6 p c
uiaa Plantation ope.
Walalua Agrlcul. 6pc .
USEFUL ARTICLE8 FOR CHRI8TMA8 PRE8ENT3.
No one should afford to miss Hcolng these goods. Among
them aro bodiq of tho prettiest novelties and useful articles ever
seen here. The following is but a few mentions from tho big
Ruby Ware and Opal Ware, Hand-Painted Celluloid Boxes,
Collar and Cuff Soxes, Toilet 8ets, Manicure Boxes, Jewel Boxes,
Photo Cases, Smokers' Sets, Shaving Sets, Necktie and Glove
Boxes, Handkerchief and Work-Boxes.
nntl'T CllDfiCT'rri(lt oup Prices ore an Important factor
UUI1 I rUilUul and that It Is no trouble to show goodft.
f 5X,CK at
PACIFIC IMPORT CO., Ltd.
Progress Block, Fort Street.
WILLARD E. BROWN,
Halstead & Co,,
on Sugai Securities
407 Fort Street.
Stock and Bond Exchange.
Stock and Bond Broker
CLINTON J. HUTCHINS,
Member of Honolulu Stock Eichingi
Orders for the purchase or sale of stock,
ana bonds carefully and promptly txcutt4.
Ground Floor, Judd Building.
Postoffice Box 390. Telephoa 169.
McllNERlNY BLOCK. PORT ST.
Judd & Co., Ltd,
307 Stangcnwnld Birfldrnft.
P. O. Box 667. Tel. Main 3ilS
H0RSB8 FROM RU88IA.
London, Nov. 7. A St. Petersburg
official gazette states that Russia is
supplying twenty thousand horses (or
South Africa, , 1 ijj
No More Dread
of me Dental Chair
TRF.TH RXTnACTEI) AND FILLED
ABSOLUTELY WITHOUT PAIN bj
our late scientific method applied to the
gums, no sieep-proaucing agents 01
Tlionn a the only dontal narlors lli
Honolulu having PATENTED APPLI
ANPRS unit Ineredlcnts to extract, fill
and apply gold crowns and porcelain
crowns unaeciecaoio irom immrui u-em
and warranted for ten yoars. WITH
OUT THE LEAST PAIN. All wori
done by GRADUATED DENTISTS ol
from 12 to 20 years' experience, ann
each department In charge of a Special
lat nivn in a. rail, and you will And
us to do exactly ns wo advertise. Wt
will tell you In ndvaneo exactly wnai
your work will cost uy n FREE EX
8et Teeth 6R.00
Gold Crowns 60.00
Gold FllllniiH.... SI OO
Kllver rulings 50c
Ex W. Jordan
Our name alone will be a guarantee
that your work will be of tho best.
New York Dental Parlors.
Room 4, Elite Building, Hotel Street
LADIES IN ATTENDANCE
NO. 10 STORE
Is always well to the front In gen
ulna Ooods at Fair Prices.
the store must keep In line with
other stores In frontage to tbo
tho Government may nsk me to
move back, which will lessen the
alio of my store, and I must re
duce my Immcnso Stock to nt
least ono half. I therefore Intend
GIVE ALL OF MY CUSTOMERS
tho opportunity to buy goods nt
never henrd of hero. Come bo
fore you buy elsowhoro and you
will sny my prices are all right.
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