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EVENING 'BULLETIN, HONOLULU, If. T., THUn8DAY, NOV. 21, 1901.
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GREAT UNDER-PRICE SALE
Another of thoso splendid offerings for which EIILKRS ft.
CO.'B storo has grown famous. Every week some specially ut
tractivo lino of seasonable goods Is being sold at the tnort astonlBh
Beginning on MONDAY, tho 18tli Inst., ou will have a grand
opportunity to buy Flno Kid OUives at very low prices. For
Dent' Florentine Kid Gloves, 4-buttoni, all shades and tlzec,
per pair .. $1.00
Fine Kid Gloves, 2 and 3-claip, all shades, per pair EOo
Used to be $1.00.
Fine Kid Gloves, 2 and 3-button, assorted shades, per pair. .(1.00
Used to bo $1.23 and $1.50.
And so on throughout our whole stock, which Is full of tho finest
mnkes of Women's Kid Gloves manufactured.
HANDSOME TAILOR-MADE COSTUMES AND SKIRTS
Thero Is a boeomlngnosg of stylo and finish About thoso gooilH
that cannot bo excelled. Thoy woro mado by the most expert cut
tent, who gathered the latest Menu from tho fashion centers of thn
world. Theso costumes nnd skirts embody all tho finishing touched
that bespeak the high-class tailor mado garment.
Wo have them In serges, broadcloths, cheviots, meltons, etc.,
etc. Tho variety Is so groat that wo would Just ask you to coma
and see them nnd lcnrd tho prices, which ato of too wldo u 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 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, come in and see the
CALIFORNIA FEED CO:
HE ADVOCATES CLOSER
RELATIONS WITH CUBA
Believes Political and Economical
Situation Demands ItSpeech
Before Middlesex Club
THEY ARE HERB !
OUH RIIOW WINDOW
18 FULL OH THBM. t t
THE PRICE 1C
AND THEY CAN BE
MAILED FOR 10 CTS.
WALL, NICHOLS CO., LTD.
HO Is tho name, of the purest nnd
most wholesome line of foods manu
factured. They nre principally break
fast preparations. The following Is a
list of them:
Farina 15c pkg
Rolled Oats 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
When You Dream of H-O.
You Wake Up nungry.
H. May & Co.
Boston Block, Fort Street.
Tels. 22, 24, 92. P. O. box 386.
If ynur carpets are
soiled we will
lake them up,
clean them, and
relay them for.ymi
at very little cost.
Etlm itesof work
rIvcii on '. : : i :
; : ; application.
HOPP S CO.,
Leading Furniture Dealers
Cor. King and Bethel Sts.
After AU-knciu, the strwitfii you k
iniH'li need will emne rapidly If you
take ROYAL MALT EXTRACT with
your mt-uls. It is Just th tunic
needed; takes right uuld nnd hulldu
you up. It does not do thlti by uuy
mysterious menus or etiong UruKK but
helps the stonmeh to K-ht food imd
sends tho nutriment through tho blood.
if brings good appetite, perfect ill-
KCMtlon and bound, restful Hlwp It
Is hreweil from wlwtwi hurley und
hops, and contain all tlu.t In bTt In
Iloston, Nov. 9. An exceptionally
large number of tho members of tho
Middlesex Club attended the dinner of
the, club nt Youngs Hotel this niter
noon, tho gathering Including many
of tho .Massachusetts delegation in
Congress, Htato nnd national olllcers
and prominent Hepub.icnns. Senator
I.odgu was the principal speaker. Ma
strongly urged reciprocity with other
countries along the lines mentioned In
1'iesldent Alcilnieys lluitnlo speech
j ml tho upbuilding ol tho Navy.
Senator Lodge began his address
.with a brief allusion to the recent elec
tions, and then delivered an eloquent
eulogy upon tho late l'resldent McKlu
ley. lie mado n lengthy argument lor
general reciprocity In our commercial
"To this subject, ho said. "It la
certain that most anxious consider.!
tlon will be given oy President House
velt and by Congress at me ensuing
Bcsslon. Whether It wili be deemed
best to put this policy into execution
by means of somo general legislation
equivalent to a reciprocal arrange
ment with nil the nations of the earth,
nr by a scries of separate treaties. It
Is as yet too early to say.
Ho said that he considered reciproc
ity with Cuba as first ami most Impor
tant, for political as well as economi
cal reasons. Ho then briefly discus
tit the reciprocity treaties now pend
ing In tho Senate and concluded this
portion of his remarks oy saying:
"Last, wo conic to tho treaty with
France, which Is more Important eco
nomically than all the other treaties
put together. I should iuC to see a
treaty mado with France, it Is a
country with which I fain would
strengthen our good relations. 1 re
gard such a treaty as politically and
economically desirable In a very hlgn
in conclusion ho advocated legisla
tion which would put the American
merciiant marine on an equality with
that of other countries and the build
Ing of a navy. He said: "Ino whole
country, 1 think, favors the building
or an Isthmian canal. I .believe,
tiom what llttlo I know, that we shall
have a treaty with Kngland nt the
coming session whlcn will remove,
Honorably for both nations, whatever
obstacles now exist to the building or
mo canal in tho Clayton-nulwcr trea
ty. If such a treaty is submitted to
us by tho President, thero is no mora
picsslng duty than its immediate rati
fication, to bo followed at onco by tliu
passage of the canal bill.
"Thero Is another condition that Is
essential to the commerce and Indus
trial development of tho United States,
which In the last llvo years has enter
ed Into new epoch, and that Is tho
malntenunco of pence. There Is no
new nation tu tbo world to which
peace Is so Important as it Is to the
United States In order to secure ample
rcope for the grcnt progress wo aro
making. Wo aro In good relations now
wltn all tho world, and It will be, I
am sure, tho effort of President Koosr-
volt, as It was of President McKlnlcy.
to maintain these good relations.
Thero is only 'one point ot danger, and
(o assuro peace wo must protect our
selves In that direction. Firmly, but
quietly, tho Monroe doctrine must bo
rigidly upheld, 'ihe cntranco ot nny
great European power into the Ameb
ian hemisphere, either by the acquisi
tion of territory or tho establishment
of forts and naval stations, would be
tho Instant menace of tho peace wo
pro so anxious to maintain.
"Tho best Insurance and tho best
guarantee of peaco Is possession or a
navy so strong that no nation or tho
world would bo tempted to attack us.
Complete preparation Is tho surest
protection against war, and war Is
what we wish to avoid, not only moral
ly hut economically, In every honor'
LOCAL AND GENERAL
The condition of Timothy D. Murray
Is critical. I I
Mrs. James Campbell and daughters
are In San Francisco.
In future all mall steamers will go' to
the Channel wharf to dock.
In the Want columns today appears a
notice lelatlvo to desk room.
Tho ship Tlllle E. Starbuck will sail
for San Francisco on Saturday.
Mrs. A. It. Cunhn and family will. re
tttr nto Honolulu In tho near future.
The work bf making the railroad
wharfs rat poof is going on rjpldly.
Ihe street railway case comes up
again tomorrow In tho federal Court.
There was no business to make a
session ot the Oocrnor's council this
rive shares of Ookala stock worn
sold on tho Stock Kxchangp yesterday
afternoon at $9 a share.
There will be n Hook Social ghen at
the Christian church this evening by
the Young People s Society.
Tho flag on tho Judiciary building Is
nt halfmast out of respect to tho mem
ory of District Attorney llalrd.
Mrs. Allan Herbert nnd Mrs, Dr.
Wnlters were among the passengers
returning from tho Coast yesterday.
Chlncso merchandise claims contin
ue before the Firo Claims Commis
sion. Nothing unusual came up to
day. The news of tho death of John Dar
ker Ulackburn. an uncle of Mrs. J.
Mort Oat of this city, at lliiams
town, Australia, was received yester
day. Miss Nellie Kitchen who hns been
absent from this city for several years
returned In the Ventura from the Coast
Ilourhon whiskey C years old, $3.G0;
claret, SO cents; sherry and Tokay, 75
cents a gallon .at Hoftschlacger Co.'s,
Tho body of W. Moyers was brought
to Honolulu in the Ventura yesterday.
It was shipped to his relatives in the
I.ehua last evening.
Honolulu Photo Supply Co. besides
doing the best printing and developing
In the city for the least money; supply
amateur and professionals with all
There will be a young people's meet
ing In tho basement ' of Knwnlahao
church on Friday evening at which tha
question of debate will he: "Is Imml
gratlon llcneflctal to the Native Ha
The members of the Doston Concert
Company, consisting of U. Wolthcrs,
the llclglan violinist, Lillian Norma,
mezzo soprano, and Cyrus II. Newton,
humorous impersonator. Lillian Nor
ma comes direct from Liverpool; stop
ping over In San Francisco one week
They are guests at tho Hawaiian.
Wall, Nichols Co, nave Just Issued a
beautiful calendar; ono that Is really
beautiful. It Is very artistically gotten
up and on nccount ot the superb views
ot Honolulu and vicinity will, make a
most interesting souvenir to send awny
to friends, as well as something to keep
for yourselves. The price Is low for so
flno an article. It Is ono dollar.
The waterfront laborers nnder tha
guidance nnd tuition ot "Shanks"
Mossman will hold a meeting at tho
drill shed this evening to discuss the
problem of the encroachment of
Orientals In the fields of labor so long
occupied exclusively by the natives and
Portugueso laborer's. At tho meeting
the advisability of making a political
party out of tho organization will bo
discussed. Circulars .announcing the
meeting were being distributed thli
Insist on having tho gtmuliio Royal
Mate Extract, as you will only bo dis
appointed In cheap brand of mult ex-
1 1 acts.
25c; $2.50 by the Dcaen.
KING AND FORT.
M. Phillips & Co.
Wholesale Importer! and Jobbers.
European and American Dry Goods.
Fort and Queen Sts.
H. Hackfeid& Co., Ltd.
General Commission -Agents.
Cor. Fort and Queen Streets, Honolulu,
Tomorrow evening at 8 o'clock the
Oahu College Department of Music,
C A. Ballaseyus, director, will give a
concert In Pauahl Assembly Hall. All
mends or the college anu lovers or mu
sic will be welcome. No admission feo
Is charged. The following Is tho pro
gram: 1. Overture. Magic Flute Mozart
Misses aertruda Drown. Dagmar
Sorenson, Sarah Lyman and Eve
2. Chorus, The Voyagers Faure
3. Violin, Andante Dancla
Miss Florence Hall.
4. 'ocal. Song of Mlgnon..., Thomas
Miss Sarah Lyman.
5. Piano. Mazurka op. 54 Oodard
Miss Gertrudo Brown.
6. Chorus, Ebb and r'low.i.. ,, ...
7. Two Plnnos, Second Symphony. .
Misses Drown, Sorenson, Lyman
8. Vocal, In Spring Gounod
Miss Florence Hill.
9. Piano, Nocturne op. 9, No. 2
Miss Sarah Lyman.
10. Violin, Une Fete au College
Ml. Joseph Decker.
11. Piano Duet, Mnrcla Fantnstlea..
Miss Dagmar Sorenson and Mr,
12. Chorus, Dridal Chorus from "Tho
Accompanist, Miss Gertrudo Drown.
NANCY AND COMPANY TONIGHT
"Nancy & Co." will be the play glv'.
en this evening at tho Opera House by
Mr. Nelll and his company. It Is one
of tho most famous farces ever pro
scnted at Daly's theater, New York,
and ran with tho greatest success at
that playhouse for s very long time.
It Is a companion play to "Tho Lottery
of Love," nnd those who enjoyed tha
latter as given by Mr, Nell) hero Nov,
12 will doubtless bo equally pleased
'with "Nancy & Co." Tomorrow evon
Ing Dion Douclcault's famous racing
drama, "The Jilt" will bo presented
with the full strength of the Nelll com
pany and on Saturday night "The Roy
al Ilox" will be the play. Nelll's fare
well week will be next week. The
performance this evening will com
mence at 8 o'clock.
THIS. SPACt RESERVED FOR
Governor Dole said: "It Is btst to
bo particular about tho authenticity
Accuracy Is next In Importance. Ac
curate copies are guurantftd when
J. D AVERY, Public Typewriter.
Tel, Main 16. Over Harts, Hotel St
PAY OF INTERPRETERS.
Judge Humphreys mado an order to
day, fixing tbo salaries of Charles L.
Hopkins and John E. Bush, Hawaiian
interpreters, at $1800 each per annum,
payablo In equal monthly portions,
that bf Hopkins from July 1 und that
of Bush from November 1. Tho clerk
is ordered to certify the order under
the seal of tho court to tho Auditor
of the. Territory.
LODGING II0U8B FIRE.
A Are at tho Aloha House did con
siderable damage last evening. It was
during tho rehearsal of tho minstrel
troupo at the Orpheum that tho lire
was discovered, and aiMnany of thn
troupers were guests nt tho house, tho
rehearsal at tho show-house broke up
In a hurry so that the actors could
rcscuo their belongings.
Tllli NOLTE8 RI'.TLIJN.
II, J, Nolle, the Nestor of Honolulu's
caterers to the Inner mau, and his
daughter, Miss Frederlkn Nolto, re
turned In tho steamer Sierra from a
visit of several months in Oornuiny,
where Mr. Nolle went to take tho
benefit of some of the healing springs
of tho Fatherland. Mr. Nolto returns
much Improved and is cordially wel
comed especially by kamnalnas, Miss
Nolto's hosts of friends will he de
lighted to sea her pleasant face again
and hopeful nho may speedily resume
her high position In local art circles
both mtiBlc and painting.
KAUNA GUTTING RiADY.
Captain Lane, formerly In command
of tho steamer Maul was this morning
put in command of the little steamer
Kacna which will ho used for the work
of towing scows for tho dredger In
Pearl Harbor bar. Tho llttlo boat Is
having a general overhauling at the old
IT WAH A CIKL.
Captain Mcl'hall of tho hark R. P.
Illthct Is being congratulated by his
friends. Letters arriving yesterday
from the Coast apprised him of thn
fact that he Is a proud papa. It Is a
Wo nre now In shape and prepared
to meet our customers.
Our Immenso stock of new styles nro
Tho ladles' Mnnlsh nnd tho men's
Collcgo lasts nro In tho height of pop
ularity, and seem to sell themselves.
Next week wo shall Itemize somo
of these, so that you might knowhow
one, up to date, should bo dressed.
! MINEflNY SHOE STORE
NOW OPEN AND ON SALE
THE PACIFIC IMPORT COMPANY MAKES ITS FIRST HOLI-
Thoso who anticipate buying holiday gifts should prepare
to take advantngo ot the excellent collection now being opened
by tho Pacific Import Company. It will be n wlscthlng to como
and sco this beautiful stock now and make your selections, bo
cause the prettiest ones will bo bought Immediately. Tho cur
tain is now drawn on the exhibition, and wo hope to sco you.
Toys for Boys
'S for Girls
'& for Bjbies
Too many Articles to quote prices.
Everything Marked in Main Figures.
FULL. LINU OF TOYS, Including!
Tool Client's, Dolls, Gn-Carttt, Doll
CnrplojJcs.WnftonB, Gnmes, BnntH.
Picture Hooka, Gnrdcn Tools.
Blocks, Stoves, Kitchen UtcntillH,
Animal Arks Mechanical Toys,
Hose Carts, Hook nnd Ladder and
HUNDREDS OF OTHERS.
The abovo Is a very Inadequate list from tho Immense Impor
tation of Toys wo have mado this season, which Includes tha very
latest American and European Ideas. Especially good Is our
stock of Mechanical Toys and Games, and tho excellent varic-
X'MAS TREE ORNAMENTS
U3EFUL ARTICLE8 FOR CHRISTMAS PRESENTS.
No ono should afford to miss seeing theso goods. Among
them aro somo of tho prettiest novelties nnd useful articles ever
seen hero. Tho following ts 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, Smokers' Sets, Shaving Sets, Necktie and Glove
Boxes, Handkerchief and Work-Boxes. ,
nnM'T CflDfiCTTnnt our prices arc an Important factor
UUI1 I rUnUCI and that It Is no trouble to show goods.
PACIFIC IMPORT CO., Ltd.
Progress Block, Fort Street.
CLINTON J. HUTCHIINS,
J. H. FISHER
Stock and Bond Brokers
FIRE ASSOCIATION, of Philadelphia
WESTERN ASSURANCE CO.,
HONOLULU STOCK UXCHANGB
Honolulu. November 2tf igot
NAME OF STOCK
Rrtwtr A Comrinv..
Ml. Kerr & Co., LU..
tw Plartitlon Co ....
Hiiun uom a su t.o
Htwiiun Sucir Co ....
nonomu urit 1.0 ...
HoncktaSufAf Co .. .
lU'ku butr Co
Kriuku Plantation Co
Kolo Suear t-o
0(iu Sui(r Co , . ,
0Vu Sugar Plan. Co.
OnSu. Co., U3 asl
Oibwalu Company. t.
Pjiuhau Su. I'tjn. Co
Pacific Sugar Mil
iala Plantation Co....
PtprekfO burir Co ...
Pioneer Mill Co
Piomrer Mill Co Aims
Walatua Agr. Co,
Willuku Suffar Co
Walmanalo Sueai Co
Wl dr SttamshlD Co. .
iaalan tpctti to .
Hon.parlJ T.& UnjCo
Mutual Tfltr-hon Co ..
Oahu Uv ft LanJ Co..
Ptoplt'a let ft H I'e Co
Ftfftt National Bank
HawallanGov t oar tt m
HlloR. R. Co. 6 rmtm
non. arii rrvntit
fc4 ptantat'n 6 rar cam
uanu k a Lana (.0. f r 1
uanu naniation ope
Olaa Plantation 6 dc.
Watalua Atkul.6pc .
Capital J BM
1 ,000,000 1
I Si "".'.'.
VILLARD E. BrtOWN,
Halstead & Co;,
on Sugai Securities
407 Fort Street.
Stock and Bond Exchange.
Stock and Bond Broker
Member of Honolulu Stock Exchtagi
Orders for the purchase or sale of ttodci
ana bonds carefully and promptly execute.
. Loans negotiated.
Ground Floor, Judd Butldlnc.
Postofnce Box 300. relephom rtf .
MclINERISY BLOCK. PORT ST.
Judd & Co., Ltd.
307 Stan&cnwald Bulldli4.
P. O. Box 007. Tel. Main SSS
Llttlo 4-yvar-old Mabel, romlng lata
thu room ony day and finding the baby
wltn ono end of a door-key In bis
mouth, unclaimed: "Baby, take thai
key right out of your mouth, or tha
first thing you know you will hare
tho lockjaw." Glaagow Ttmci.
The Evening nulletln. 76 cents per
No More Dread
of the Dental Chair
TEETH EXTRACTED AND KIL1.EI
ABSOLUTELY WITHOUT PAIN h.
our lato'eclentldc method applied to th
gums. No sleep-producing agents 01
These are tbo only dental parlors It
Honolulu having PATENTED APPLI
ANCES and Ingredients to extract, fill
and apply gold crowns and porcelalb
crowns undectecable from natural teetl
and warranted for ten" years, WITH
OUT THE LEAST PAIN. All worl
done by QHADUATED DENTlSTd ol
from 12 to 20 years' experience, and
each department In charge of a Special
1st Give us a call. And you will find
us to do exactly as wo advertise, W
will tell you In advanoo exactly whai
your work will cost Dy a KRKB EX
Hot Teeth RR till
Gold Crowns :.()()
Gold PllllnU SI. (10
Kllvcr FllllnfiH 5i)c
Our name alone will be a guaranty
that your work will bo of tho host
New York Dental Parlors
Room 4, Ellto Building, Hotel Sir'
LADIES IN ATTENDANCE
E. W. Jordan
Is always well to the front In ren
NO. 10 8TORE UD0 Qo0(jg at j,.ar prCC8
FORT STREET tho Btor mu,,t kcp n oe
other stores In frontago to the
wji tlls Government may 'ask mo to
Vfflw movo t,ack' which will lessen the
"JtV fA 8,l of my atoro, and I must re-
Q2 duco m' Immenso Stock to at
'' least, ono-hnlr, I tlicreforo Intend
GIVE ALL OF MY CUSTOMERS
tho opportunity to buy goods at
novcr hoard of hero. Como bo
foro you buy elsewhere and you
will say my prices aro all right.
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