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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, H. T., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1901.
GREAT UNDER-PRICB SALE
Another of those splendid oftorlngs for which El ILEUS &
CO.'S store hng grown famous. Eorj week, Bom s'.lnlly at
tractive line of seasonable goods is being sold at the most astonish
Huglnnlng on MONDAY, the 18lli Inst., oii will have a grand
opportunity to buy Kino Kid (llos nt wry Ion prlos. For
Dent's Florentine Kid Qlovet, 4-buttons, all shades and sizes,
per pair $1.00
Fine Kid Gloves, 2 and 3 clasp, all shades, per pair 50c
Used to be $1.00.
Fine Kid Gloves, 2 and 3-button, assorted shades, per pair. .$1.00
Used to ho (1.25 nnd I1.G0.
And so on throughout our wholu stork, which Is full of the finest
makes ot Women's Kid Gloves manufactured.
HANDSOME TAILOR-MADE COSTUMES AND SKIRTS
There Is n bcromliiRncus of sole nnd finish about these goods
that ennnut be excelled. They wero mnilo by the most expert cut'
ters. who withered the latest Ideas from the fnshlon centers of the
world. These (ostutneu and skirts embody all the finishing touches
that bespak tho high class tailor mnrto garment.
Wo hnve them In serges, ImmdtlotliH, cbclots, meltons, etc.,
etc. The variety Is so great that we would Just ask you to cotno
and see them and Irani tho pilces, which nro of too !d a range
to bo 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 usil 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:
THEY ARE HERE !
OUR SHOW WINDOW
18 PULL OF TIIBM. i t
the: price i
AND THEY CAN BB
.MAILED FOR 10 CT8.
WALL, NICHOLS CO., LTD.
HO is the name of tho purest nud
most wholesome line ot looils manu
factured. They are principally break
fast preparations. The following Is a
list of them;
Farina 15c pkg
Rolled Oats 20c pkg
Breakfast Crisps 20c pkg
Bis-Kit Flour 20c pkg
Buckwheat Flour ..25c & 40c pkg
Tapioca , .15c pkg
Corn Starch ...,15c, 2 pkgs 25c
When You Dream of HO.
You Wake Up nungry.
H. May & Co.
Boston Block, Fort Street.
Tela. 22, 24, 92. P. O. box 388.
If our carpets are
soiled we will
take til em up,
ilein them, anJ
relay them for iou
at ery little cost.
Klven on : : : : :
: : : application.
BOPP & CO.,
Leading Furniture Dealers
Cor. King and Bethel Sis.
Aftrr Mrkm hm, th MrnKtti you so
much need will iiimi rapidly It you
take ROYAL MALT EXTRACT with
jour nieiils. It Is Junt (Iiu tonic
nt'cilcil; takes right iiuld anil build t
5 on up. it ilot-s not do this by tiuy
mjhUrloim nivalis or Mroni; drugi but
help tho stomnch to .gvM. (kk1 ami
Hi'iiils the nutriment through th blood.
It brings good ap)xtite, rrf-ot di
gestion anil souud, ri-slful hIihji It
lb brcKc-il from wire lid liurly unci
hops, and contains all thfct lb t'-ct in
Insist mi hating tint gt-nniiij Royal
Man Extract, ns jou will only bo ills-
nppnlnted In ihtap brands ot uiuU,,x-tiuits.
Price 25c; $2.50 by the Dbirn.
KING AND FORT.
M. Phillips & Co.
Wholesale Importers and Jobbers.
European and American Dry Goods.
Fort and Queen 8ts.
H. Hackfeidjfc Co., Ltd.
General Commission Agents.
Cor. Fort and Queen Streets. Honolulu.
THIS 8PACC RE8ERVED FOR
The Board of Education
PETITION FOR PRIVATE
SCHOOL IS RETURNED
Assignments of Teachers in Various
Schools--Request to Chicago
for Two Normal School
Thero was n meeting of tho Board
ot Education this morning, a quorum
being composed of Superintendent A
T. Atkinson, Mrs. V. W. Hall, .Mrs. II.
V. Jordan nnd A. U. Wood.
Action was taken on the report of
tho leathers' committee, adopting all
ol its recommendations.
It ssns soted to Bend a letter to
Miss Habcr in Chicago, requesting her
to find two teachers Tor the Normal
School to suciecd Mrs. Mcrrll and
Miss Kgan, resigned. Miss Uabcr
enmo Into communication with the
lloaid through a slslt sho paid to Ho
nolulu some juars ago.
Miss Ethel Wolf st as transferred
from Walanao to Pohukalna School,
Miss Sophia Uccrman was appointed
assistant at Walanae.
Miss Adcllna Franca was appointed
additional teacher at Watpahu, Oahu.
Mrs. Nlshwltz was appointed assist
ant to Miss Dos Ilclg at Nahtku.
The appointments of Miss Cnalmors
and Mr. Deacon as additional teachers
lu tbo Pohakupuka School, mado by
Mr, Baldwin, traveling instructor, wore
Miss Karquhar was appointed to tho
Miss Lvdla Macy si as mado assist
ant In tho Hnkalau Scnool.
It was voted to recommend the dis
missal of Christian Anurows of Na
A petition In the Haunlati language
wus recclscd from residents of Ifo
uuunau. South Kona. asking that
Christian Andrews bo allowed to open
a prisato school, Svhlcu they desired
their children to attend.
Tho translation accompanying this
pctlton, certified by Mr. Andrews him
self, was deemed by tho Board to be
It wab therefore soted that tho rotl
linn be returned to Miss Paris, thn
hihool agent, for Investigation and
Governor Dole said: "It is bowl to
bo pnitti'iilai about tlm authenticity
Accural y Is next In lmportaiim. Ac
curate copies lire gimrfciiK wl when
J. D AVERY, Public Typewriter.
Tel. Main 16. Over Harts, Hotel 8t.
i if ri
LADIES OF THE CHURCH
ENRICH THEIR SOCIETY
Everything Beautifully Arranged and
Well Carried Out Large
Attendance Afternoon and
Tho fair held by the ladies of tho
M'thodlst Church at Haalelca Lawk,
yesterday afternoon and evening turn
ed out right prosperously. Decora
tions, which were visible from pass
ing electric cars, wero beautiful In
ritylo and elaborate. Hags, stream
on), Japaneso lanterns and tbo floral
dressing of many while and green
booths mado an attrctlve scene. A
rattling good business was dona at
the booths. One would think Hono
lulu peoplo were a chronically hungry
lot by tne llsely patronage bestowed
on. the coffee and sandwich stand, a
ueautllully arranged plate halt con
t ealed in a bower of palm leaves and
banana plants. Mr. Clara l'clrlo,
Alls. II. Lamson and Mrs. John Dry
ant presided over the collations that
wero served ut tho little round tables
in this department, while the visitors
inclined to a less sulisintlal qullty ot
refreshments, chatted oser the Ice
cream tables In another corner of the
grounds, presided over oy Mrs. E. C.
ijmtth, Mrs. L. A. Ilergwell, Miss
Woodward and Mrs. Mcrvechnla. 'lue
Ico cream tables were prettily decor
ated with flowers and ferns and the
young lolks tound hero a delightful op
portunity tor soiiauiuty.
Mrs. D. 1-'. Nicbolsou catered to tho
Juvenile uppetllu with a tnnlcu assort
ment of tally, peanut candy, burnt al
monds, etc., and gathered a liberal har
vest ot nickels.
A pretty table was that of an as
soiiuient ot Japanese tea cups and
saucers for sale. Tea was also serv
ed here iu the Japaneso manner. Mrs.
ri. N, Kerns and Mrs. MarK Johnston
had charge ot this ucpartmeut.
Tho half-moon shaped booth foi
fancy articles and plain sewing ills
played a wide variety ot useful and
ornamental stock. Mrs. A. Coyne,
Mrs. I-'lnlcy, Mrs. K. Clarke and Mrs.
Abernathy did a rushiug business In
i.nlcknacKs at this stand.
At a booth, which boro the sign
Rummage," Mrs. U. 1.. Pearson, Mrs.
W. 1', Thomas and Mrs. Halcomb pre
sided over a collections or odds and
ends that went llko not cakes, tho sis
iters seeming to find at this place ex
uitly what they wanted, and the
"rummuge prices ottered fetching
Mrs. Hlvcnburg had chnrgu of a table
nmdu alluringly attractive with an as
sortment of home baited pies, cakes,
doughnuts, salads, etc., and snub kept
busy tlng up packages for homo con
A curio booth o Hawaiian and Sa
mpan articles was In charge of Mr
C. I), Stone, nnd Miss Hartley, who
disposed of their wares rapidly.
Nearly a thousand persons slsitcd
the fair during the afternoon nnd us en
lug, and the financial results were
most gratifying to the ladles who had
worked most assiduously to produce
tho best possible results,
Tho proceeds of tho fair will go Into
the treasury ot the Ladies' Society of
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Sake tubs for sale; Fountain Saloon.
Thero were no sales on tiio Stock
Exchange this morning.
Work was resumed on the I'all road
it Judd street this morning.
E. S. Olll of the Honolulu Ilepubli
can Is quite ill at his home.
llitf schooner Eclipse sails for Kona
and Kati ports this nitcrnoon.
Music during the dinner hour at the
Moana hotel tomorrow evening.
Nicely furnished rooms, 1'opular
House, 1219 Fort St.. J 1.50 per week up.
The schooners Aloha and II. C
Wright went to tho channel wharf to
day. Uldnk books of all sorts, ledgers, etc.
manufactured by tho Bulletin Publish
A fine library of va.uabto books will
bo sold at auction. Sco Jas. F. Mor
Tho roads In tho upper Nuuanu val
ley need water badly ns tbey arc cos--rrcd
Tho bark C. D. Dryant Is anchored
outside svnitlng for her crew. Shu
will sail this afternoon.
Tho steamer Klnau will not return
to port until late tomorrow csenlug
or early Sunday morning.
Thc-Moann, from the Sound. Is duo
to nrrise tomorrow end Is looked for
this afternoon or cscnlng.
Mrs. Ena and Mrs. Tcnney will haso
Oilman's 40-foot ten for the Ice cream
son Ice at the Consent fair.
The Kltohana Art League's exhibi
tion lu the Model block, Fort street, is
open es cry day and csenlng.
Cood progress In arrangements for
the Consent fair wns made at tho meet
ing of the ladles this morning.
Scscral riding and drtslng parties
enjoyed the moonlight nt the beach
mid up Nuuanu s alley last cscnlng.
Preparations arc actlscly In progress
for the Hawaii Yacht Club's cruise and
shark hunt tomorrow and Sunday.
Tho ship Tllllo ti. Siarbuck will go
outsldo and nnchor this afternoon. She
will get away for tho Coast tomorrow.
The bark Mohican Instead of wait
Ing hero for a full load ot sugar, will
take about 4U0 tons and go to San
Bourbon whiskey 6 years old, $3.50,
claret, 50 cents; sherry and Tokay, 75
cents a gallon at Hoffschlaegcr Co.'s,
Tho Wllle street rock crusher will
be put In operation within a very few
da) s. The Nuuanu street crusher is
to bo rcmoscd.
Work of laying lines for the piles to
bo drlscn for the foundation of thn
Myrtlo boat house makal of the Chan
nel wharf began today.
A special lanal Is to bo built for the
foreign tables at tho consent fair,
which will bo under tho management
nt Mrs. John A. Hasslnger.
Thero will he n grand excursion to
Hllo when tho Klks go there to start
a lodge, which will bo after tho dlspcn
sutlon from the (1. V. It. arrives.
No orders for tho sailing of the ship
UenJ. V. Packard have yet been r
celved. Tho vessel lajs at Navy
s.'l.ff No 1 and Is nil ready to depart
Between chicken thieves nnd a new
disease- which has made Its appear
vnce In Nuuanu s alley lately, many
poultry jarda have been almost depop
Honolulu Photo Supply Co. besides
doing the best printing nnd developing
In tho city for tho least money; supply
amateur and professionals with all
Don't forget Camarlnos of the Cali
fornia Fruit Market when you want
fruit and vegetables. He always has
on hand ft fresh supply of both Califor
nia and Island fruits. Telephone Main
Miss Klenor P. Phllllpi has rcstgnssj
ns stenographer at the Customs House,
iier place will be flllrd by tho appoint
ment ot Miss Frances C. McTlgue the
only eligible on the civil service list
The steamer Hongkong Mam was
reported off Koko Head at 1:15 this af
ternoon. She sailed from San Fran
cisco on the 16th and made the run
to port In 5 days 22 hours.
Theer Is a probability that a fine
large warehouse will be, erected on the
corner of River and Queen streets.
This will bo to accommodate the
freight from the vessels discharging at
tho now wharf.
Tho Alameda and Sononin on Dec.
4th and 15th will be the only steamers
carrying express to the Coast beforo
Christmas. Ship your t packages by
Wells. Fargo & Co. ExpVess. See no
tice In this Issue
Tho bark Mohican was opened this
morning after having been fumigated.
Captain Keltcy, Dr. Wilson nnd two
sailors made a careful search of tho
scsscl and found but one rat who had
Risen up tho ghost as a result ot tho
A line library of saluablo books will
be sold at Morgan's auction room, (Hi
Queen Htrtet, tomorrow at 10 o'clock.
In tho list are threo volumes of Tne
Friend, including dates from 1851 tr
1878, Also complete ilres of tho Bul
letin and Star for tho year 1893.
Tho workmen building the coffer
dam at the Inter-Island wharf are hav
ing a vory hard time with tho water,
which is seeping in nearly as fast ai
It can be pumped out. At high tide
work has to stop, as thn pumps can
pot make any headway over tho flow
Lc La ii, a joung Chinese, wus up bo
lore Judge Wilcox this morning charg
ed by a sailor with using vulgar lan
guage and telling him to do impossible
things which were not ut ull nice. The
Chinese defended himself In u very
masterly manner and tho Court fined
him $3 and costs. The defendant not
ed nn appeal which was allowed.
Captain Gregory and his crew ot the
Mlknhaln had an exciting time with u
load of pigs which had secured deck
passage to Kauai, on tho fast nnd com
modious liner jesterday nttornoon
Tho biggest pig In tho lot got assay us
ho svas tieing put u hoard and being a
vicious brute he charged on several
members of tho trow. Captain Qregory
securing u heaving line lassoed the
poiker and utter a hard tusslo It svas
put aboard the steamer.
Magazines bound by the EVENINt
Wo nro nosv In shape and prepared
to meet our customers.
Our Immense stock of nosv stjlcs nro
Tho ladles' Manlsh nnd tho men's
College lasts nro In tho height of pop
ularity, and seem to Bell themselves.
Next week wo shall Itcmlzo some
of these, so that ou might knosv how
one, up to date, should bo dressed.
MNERNY SHOE STORE
NOW OPEN AND ON SALE
THE PACIFIC IMPORT COMPANY MAKE8 IT8 FIR8T HOLI
Thoso who anticipate buying holiday gifts should prepare
to tako advantage of tho excellent collection now being opened
by tho Pacific Import Company. It will be a wlso thing to como
nnd sco this beautiful stock now and mnko your selections, be
caiiBO the prettiest ones will ho bought Immediately. Tho cur
tain Is now drawn on the exhibition, and wo hopo to see )ou.
Toys for Boys
rs for Girls
's for Babies
Too m.iny Articles to quote prices.
bverythlng Marked in Plain Figures.
FULL LINB OF TOYS, Including I
Tool Chests, Dolls, Gn-Capts, Doll
CtirrlagcH,Wnong, Games, Boats,
Picture Hooks, Garden Tools,
Blocks, Stoves, Kitchen Utensils,
Animal Arks Mechanical Toys,
Hose Carts, Hook and Ladder and
The above Is a sery Intdequato list from the Immense Impor
tation of To)s wo base made this season, which Includes tho scry
latest American and European Ideas. Especially good Is our
stock of Mechanical Toys and Games, and tho excellent varlo-
X'MAS TREE ORNAMENTS
USEFUL ARTICLES FOR CHRI8TMAS PRESENT8.
No ono should afford to miss seeing theso goods. Among
thorn nro some of the prettiest novelties and useful articles eser
seen here. Tho following la but a few mentions from the big
Ware and Opal Ware, Hand-Painted Celluloid Boxes,
Collar and Cuff Boxes, Toilet Sets, Manicure Boxes, Jewel Boxes,
Photo Cases. 8mokers' Sett, Shaving Sets, Necktie and Glove
Boxes, Handkerchief and Work-Boxes.
nnil'T CflUfiCT Tl,l,t oup prices are art Important factor
UUPJ I rUnULl and that It is no trouble to show goods.
PACIFIC IMPORT CO., Ltd.
Progress Block, Fort Street.
CLINTON J. HUTCHINS,
"ZM IS 17 ki
fClNt II i f
BBL 13b I OUT MF
MclNERINV BLOCK, PORT ST.
J. H. FISHER
Stock and Bond Brokers.
FIRE ASSOCIATION, of Philadelphia
WESTERN ASSURANCE CO, of Tf
Offices Stannnwald Blda- Mc
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE
Honolulu, November m, igoi
NAME OF STOCK
C nrrwrr AComrinv
MS tachiDO Co.M
Cwa Plantation Co ...
riawtianL.om a mi uo
Hawaiian Sugar Co
Honumu Sucr Co
Honokaa Sugar Co
Haiku Sugar Co ,
Kahuku Plantation Co
Klhtl Plant Co .Lli,
Klahutu Sugar Co .
Kolna Sugar Co ...
0nu Surar Co
Dkala Sugar Plan, Co
OfiaSu Co, UJ. Ml
OaaS f olit.pl vpf
Olowalu Conpapy .
Paaunau u. Plan. Co
Pacific Sugar Mm
Hula Plantation Co
Ptfttkeo Sugar Co
r nntr n 1.0
Plonfff Mill Co Aim
Waialuj Agr. Co,
Walluku Sugar Co. .
Wtlmanalo Sugai Co
Walnta Mill Co
Wl dr SfeamiMn Cn.
Jttr-UlanJ StiimN Co
iaaltan b'trlc Co
Hon Rapid T & UndCo
muiuai ttitcnoni.o ,
Oahu Rv at LanJ Co
ropi ict a k 1 g (-0
Ftnl National Banfc
Hawaiian Gov 5 per cent
HlIoR. R. Co. 6 percent
Hon haplj TMn.lt...
fc PUntat n 6 per cent
vinu k 01 una 1.0 pr c
uanu nantation ope
Olaa Plantation Ant.
Waltlua Agtlcu1.6pt .
a 000 ooo
WIM.ARU H. IIROWN.
w. a. i.ovn.
Halstead & Co.,
ON SUGAR SECURITIES.
921 Fort Street
Stock nd Bond Exchinpe.
Stock and Bond Broker
Member of Honolulu Stock Exchtngi
Orders for the purchase or sale of stocki
ana honds carefully and promptly executed
Ground Floor, Judd Building.
Postoffice Box oo. telephone i6
Judd & Co., Ltd.
307 8tangcnwald Butldtn.
P. O. Box OOT. Tel. Main S
This Is a nllce sauce to serto with
chicken, partridge or quail. Roll th
uhtto stalks of celery until tender, pass
through a sieve and mix with enough
cream to make a thick sauce, seasoa
with salt and white pepper and sen
No More Dread
of the Dental Chair
TEETH EXTRACTED AND FILLED
ABSOLUTELY WITHOUT PAIN t
our late scientific method applied to tht
gums. No sleep-producing agents 01
These are the only dental parlors II
Honolulu having PATENTED APPLI
ANCES and Ingredients to extract, fill
and apply gold crowns and porcelain
crowns undectecable from natural teeth
and warranted for ten years, WITH
OUT THE LEAST PAIN. All work
done by GRADUATED DENTISTS of
from 12 to 20 years' experience, and
each department In charge of a Special.
Ut, Glvo us a call, and you will find
us to do exactly as wo advertise. We
will tell you In advam-o exactly what
your work will cost ay a FREE EX
Set Teeth $5.00
Gold Filling 8I.O0
Silver Filling 50c
Our name alone will be a guarantf
that your work will bo ot the best.
New York Dental Parlors
Room 4, Elite Building, Hotel Street
LADIES IN ATTENDANCE.
Ex Wx Jordan
NO. 10 STORE
Is always well to tho front Id psn- J
ulno Goods at Fair Prices.
the store must keep In line with
other stores in frontage to the
tho Government may ask me to
move hack, which will lessen the
size of my store, and I must ro
duco my Immenso Stock to at
least ono half. I therefore Intend
GIVE ALL OF MY CUSTOMERS
tho opportunity to buy goods at
never heard of here. Como bo
foro you buy elsowhcro and you
will say my prices aro all right.