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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU. H. T., SATURDAY, NOV. 23, 1901.
GREAT UNDER-PRICB SALE
Anothor of those Bplendlrt offerings for which RIILKRS A.
CO. 8 nt,ore has grown fnmo'is. Kvury week nome specially at
tractive line of scasonabla goods Is being sold nt the mort atoulsh
Ueglnnlngon MONDAY, the 18th" Inst., on will hnvp n grand
opportunity to buy Klne Kid Oluves nt ry low prlc'H. For
Dent's Florentine Kid Gloves, 4-buttone, all shades and slses,
per pair $1.00
Fine Kid Olovei, 2 and 3-clasp, all ihadet, per pair K)o
Used to be $1.00.
Fine Kid Gloves, 2 and 3-button, aitorted shades, per pair. $1.00
Used to be $1.25 and $1.50.
And so on throughoiitrour whole stork, which In full of tho flnoHt
mnkes of Women' Kid aiavtM nmiiufncturcd.
HANDSOME TAILOR-MADE COSTUMES AND SKIRTS
There Is a lieromlngnettH of stylo mid finish about the) goods
that cannot bo excelled. Thuy were made by th moHt expert cut
tent, who gathered tho latest Ideas from tho fashion centers of tin'
world. These costumes and sklrtH embody nil the finishing touehex
that bespeak the high-class tailor made gaiment.
We have them In serges, hiondcloths, cheviots, meltons, etc.,,
etc. The variety Is so' groat thnt we would Just ask you to come
and see them and lenni tho prices, which are of too wide a rango
to be quoted.
B. F. EHLERS &. CD., FORT ST.
The schooner Aloha went outilde In
tlte'nnchoruge this morning.
Tho schooner Rosamond w lit sail for
Ban Francisco on Wednesday next.
Dr. Wnllcr Hoffman and wife -n 111
return from the Coast on the 29th.
W W. Cross of Cross Oros., of this
rlty, arrhed In the Moaun this morn
The bark Kalulnnl, 1$ das from Run
Fritnclsco, arrived here this afternoon
after a pleasant trip.
Andrew Drown ami wife rcttlrned
from Vancouver In the Moana after a
plfasatn trip to the States and Canada.
The steamer Klnati salted from La
tiiilua at 9 o'clock this morning, Shi
will arrlc here this afternoon between
3 and 4,
A 1'orto Hlcan youth arrested yester
day In company with a woman of hlj
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Sake tubs for Bale; Fountain Saloon.
The Moana sails at 9 o'clock this
Fresh groceries and Kahlklnul meaU
at C. Q. Yce Hopp & Co.
Mrs. Annlo Tinker and seven chli I
dren returned to this city in tho Mo
ana, iilank books of all sorts, ledgers, etc.
nanufnetured by the Uullctln Publish-
Whitney & Marsh will keep open
store on Saturday evenings until nftcr
the holidays. I
Uullctln readers And the .steamer
time table on upper left hand corner of
first page a great convenience, i
Deal's wall paper store has just re
ceived a large new stock of wall pa-
i pers. New Ideas, new designs. i
I The Hawaiian Electric Co. has some-1
country, and charged with vagrancy, llllnS interesting to say about mean
wuh sentenced to two months on the i descent lights In their ad today.,
ref by Judge Wilcox this morning. I The New England Dakcry has a good
There is talk of n foolhall team be-1 "J tor people who expect to feel tur
Ing formed by the captains In port to key hungry on Thanksgiving Day.
pluy ugalnst tho freight cleiks. Cap- Rourbon whiskey 6 years old, J3.G0,
on mc nail oi tno imuet w-iu P cap- clarc, 30 .... .,.. and Tok --
Coolness and Comfort in the
Fiercest Heat - of - Summer.
Is a dry mineral powder mixed with water only.
It Is being usd successfully alt over the Islands.
Estimates piven (or 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 AGEN 8.
THEY ARE HERB !
tulu of the "Skippers and Jack Stcll
hit! vMI captain the Wharf Rati.
On Wednesday night the Moana
passed a strange passenger steamer
without finding out what boat It was.
Nothing was seen of the Mlonera or
Sierra, but the Doric w-as pasted ami
The ship George Curtis spoke tho
hark ltollsnood on Nov. 3d In lafw 30
(leg. U mln N. Ion. 136 dcg. 50 W. and
supplied her with Hour and fruit. Tho
Holiswood was at that time 02 days
rt tun china for Callao.
The German Bakery, situated In
I'nrt street, closed Its doors day be
furo yesterday. Bankruptcy proceed
Ingri will probably be taken regarding
tin) concern within a few dayB. Cus
tomers who bought bread tickets nr
out and Injured.
There was a disturbance at the Or
pheum Cafe last evening because of
the refusal of n white man to drink
wltli a negro. Some fisticuffs were In
dulged in and the police arrested ona
of the disturbers who failed to appear
in the Police Cour.t this morning. His
kill was forfeited.
The great book sale at the Golden
liulo Uazaar still continues to draw
cruwds of book lovers. The 20 per cent
induction In pi Ice of all the latest
works makos It a substantial reason
why the llazaar Is doing the book busi
ness of the city. They .have Just put
on Hale the handsomest line of Hawa
iian calendars In the city price SO
cents a gallon at itoftsrhlacgcr Co.'s,
King street. ,
J. Alfrald I.nlug, who wns with Dr.
OUR SHOW WINDOW
IH FULL OH THBM. t t
T II 12 PRICE I
AND THEY CAN BE
.MAILED FOR 10 CT6.
WALL, NICHOLS. CO., LTD.
UO Is the name of the purot and
most w holebome lino of foods manu
factured. They are principally break
fast preparations. The following ! n
list of them:
Farina 15c pkg
Rolled Oats 20c pkg
Breakfast Crisps 20c pkg
Bis-Kit Flour ,....20c pkg
Buckwheat Flour ..25c A. 40c pkg
Tapioca 15c pkg
Corn Starch ....15c, 2 pkg 25c
When Vou Dream of H-O.
You Wake Up nungry.
H. May & Co.
Tels. 22, 24. 92.
P. O. box 386.
If your carpet are
soil? J vc will
tike them up.
clem them. .inJ
relay them for you
at very little fort.
given on : s : :
: i : application.
ROPP & CO.,
Leading I-'urnltute l)e.iler
Cor. King and Bethel Sts.
The Hawaiian llimft will r-ml" tlm
following eomert ir(iKrhin i.1 Mukeo
lsluiid tomorrow iift"iriioj nt 3
"The Old Hundred."
Overture Kuymoud Thomas
KiintuHln Hearts mid llnwi-rt. rnhaui
Onlnil Selection Old J'olkB at
lit Home r . I IUIht-y
Vtx-iil Scleitlou-Alloiiemlfin OM.llMfi!
Clrund Selection-!) Trovr.tot-' vrill
Hiillitd A Dream ., . Hurtled
Select loii-l'optitnr Airs ...ritinuiUerl
Ovciture Kra Dluwilo Alitor
Tlic- Star Spnai'l'-O llaunrr
New Linotype Record Made.
Cripple Creek. Co!., Nov U. Hai
ry Waring, operator of. a Mf-rgfiithale.r
machine In tho iifllur of tli" TinvK-Cltl-zcn.
established n riconl, Fitting
3403 lines, I'liiml to S 4"( lnn, In
eight liours. The rnmhliin wan sjioed-
i'il to eighty-lour rcvulutlinih per nin-tito.
TfcL. MAIN 64.
Mrs. H. H; Williams
Art Embroider)' and Stamping.
Full line of An Materials : :
Art EmbrolJery Taught :
Love RulldlnO. Fort Rtrec
THE ROYAL BOX
' It Is a great muny years since the
play of "Kean" wds a popular one
with the stars. Tho-orlglnal Is by Du
iiuiH,' but It has been adopted Into all
the Kuropeun languages and It has
bteu for n long time, and still Is t fa
torlte In the Italian repertolie. The
elder Salvlnl and Ilossl used to play it,
A few years hack Charles Coghlan re
vised It and put In Into more modern
dialogue, and acted It under the name
of "Tlie Royal Uox." Mr. James Neill
bought the exclusive western rights to
thu great play and will present It here
during the coming Neill engagement.
The attraction for the great actors
Vho have presented It lies In the wide
run go of Its opportunities. The pro
logue, or first act, gives the actor his
chance as the line gentleman; the sec
ond net has n scene which has been
amended to admit of n new diatribe on
the stage. This speech made quite a
sensation when tho piece was first
brought out. It is supposed tn apply
to the stage of nearly n hundred years
ago. It Is a very sweeping charge
against the Immorality of tho profes
sion In those days. The third act of
fers the opportunity for comedy, with
the hero among his boon companions.
The fourth act has a Jealous scene with
tho Countess and the Irlnce of Wales,
tho bilcony scene of "Romeo and Ju
liet" abruptly brought to an end by
an outburst of jealous rage leveled at
the Prince of Wales In the royal box
This Is the act all the great actors prid
ed themselves on, and worked up to.
Th play Is as effective today as It ever
was as given by tho Neill Company
Iiiih made a great sensation every
where. Mr. Neill has made a tremen
dous success In enacting the hero, who
Ik Clarence In this version, and
achieves a highly satisfactory result,
showing great dramatic force and get
ting out of himself most successfully.
Ho Is the center of the performance.
"Tho Roynl Dox" will be presented
at tho Opera House this evening.
Livingstone un his African exploring
trip, was a passenger In the Moana
Dr. T. It. Mclnnes, lato Lieutenant
Governor of Drltlsh Columbia. Is n
through passenger In the steamer Mo
ana for the Colonics.
Ah JIol was fined thirty dollars for
having cho fa tickets in his posses
sion this morning. Ills companion
All Lit, was discharged.
1'ctc Larson, who stole a pair o!
shoes and ottered them for sale at a
Chinese store, was sent to the reef for
three months tills morning.
Captain Chris Johnson h at work
en the stranded schooner At'lie Moi
us Ho hopes to get her off the beach
and havo her hero noxt wool..'
Slmamoto and Uscado, two Japan
ese who battii-ed each other with their
Arts, wcro this morning fined ftvo
dollars each by tho 1'ollco Magistrate.
Charles Mokohu. who amused him
self yesterday by beating a native
woman, will havo a rest for ten day
on the reef to think over his brutality
Honolulu Photo Supply Co. besides
lolng the best printing and developing
in the city for the least money; supply
amateur and professionals with atl
Money will talk Henry Waterhoilse
A Co, have some fine new houses nt
cut rate prices. Intending buyers
should consult them. Also houses to
rent. Sec our ad last page, column 3v
Don't forget Camarlnos of the Cali
fornia Fruit Market when you want
fruit and vegetables. He always has
3n hand a fresh supply of both Califor
nia and Island fruits. Telephone Main
378. . '
Captain Carey has his three daugh
ters with him this trlD. Thiv aru
returning from tho North, where they
went to bo present at tho wedding of
Miss Carey to Dan Caliaghan of Stiu
Tho ballast war Is still on.- This
morning tho prlco was dropped to
forty cents a ton and the Japs aro hust
ling to meet tno cut. What tho out
come of the matter will ho remains
to bo seen.
An attempt to burglarlzo tho office
nt Castlo & Conko was mado last nvnn
Ing. Tho parties concerned in tho ft'
M. Phillips & Co.
Wholesale Importers and Jobbers.
Eurppcan and American Dry Goods.
Fort and Queen 8ts.
H. HackfeitU Co., Ltd.
General Commission Agents.
Cor. Fort and Queen Streets, Honolulu.
tempt were frightened away,
had a chance to do
overw before they
If you've fallen out with your best
girl and wanUto squaro matters, pre
sent her with a box of a'ruenhagen?
chocolates from, Wall. Nichols' store.
U that don't fix things, nothing will.
A. K. Krnncn has appealed to the
Circuit Court from Judgment In favor
of J. M. Vivas for 159,40 by Second
District Magistrate Lylc A. Dickey,
putting up n bond for costs with M, O,
Sllva as surety.
A burgNr aroused tho neighborhood
of Thomas Square last ovcnlng. He
gained entrance to tho residence i-r
W. E. Sharp, hut wag frightened
r.way. He went into tho yard and wnt.
chased by Mr. Sharp, but eluded kU
The police force under command of
Captain Robert Parker wus Inspected
by Attorney General Dole this morn
Ing in the yard at the station. The
officers and men were complimented on
their Bpldndld appearance.
The weeky lllble class of tho Y. W
C. A. will lie held tomorrow afternoon
at 3:30 o'clock at the house of Mrs. J.
R. Atherton. King street. Mr. Dan
croft will not bo able to conduct the
class, as stated in the morning papers,
but W. IV Krear has kindly consented
I to take his place. All members of the
Association are dirdlally Invited to at'
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THIS SPACc RE8ERVED FOR
Governor Dole ssid: "It Ik best to
ho pailltuhir ahuii! thi authenticity
of pilpUB." s
Arriline) Is next in imiiortuiiru. Ac-
fiiiiiti' toph'h lire gimriinti't'd wliu'n
J. I) AVERY, Public Typewriter.
Tel. Main 16. Over Haru, Hotel 8t.
iiEthcWAfc- j tvTePeWW tir X
0 WMPlBa"' T j.. v " m
Wo are now in shnpo and picpared
tn meet our customers.
Our Immense stock of new Btylcs aro
selling easily. n,
Tho ladles' Manlsh and the men's
College lasts aro In tho height of pop
ularity, and Beem to sell themselves.
Next week wo shnll Itcmlzo soma
of these, so that you might know how
one. up to date, should bu dressed.
IMNERNY SHOE STORE
NOW OPEN AND ON SALE
THE PACIFIC IMPORT COMPANY MAKE8 ITS FIRST HOLI
Those who anticipate buying holiday gifts should prepare
to take advantage of the excellent collection now being opened
by tho Pacific Import Company. It will be a wlso thing io come
and bco this beautiful stock now and make your selections, be
cause the prettiest ones will bo bought Immediately. Tho cur
tain is now drawn on the exhibition, and wo hopo to see you.
Toys fop Boys
Toys for Girls
Toys for Babies
Too many Articles to quote prices.
Everything Marked in Main Figures.
FULL LIND OF TOY8, Including i
Tool Clients, DoIIh, Go-CartH, Doll
CnrrlpjJ.es, WndonM, GumcH, BonjH,
Picture Hooks,' Gnrtlen Too In, '
Blocks, Stoves, Kitchen Utensils,
Animal Arks Mechantciil Toys,
Hose Corts, Hook and Ladder and
HUNDREDS OF OTHER8.
The abovo Is a very Inadequate list from the Immense Impor
tation of Toys wu havo made this season, which includes tho very
latest American and European Ideas. Especially good Is our
stock of Mechanical Toys and (lames, and thu excellent varle-
X'MAS TREE ORNAMENTS
USEFUL ARTICLES FOR CHRI8TMA8 PRESENTS.
No one should afford to miss seeing these goods. Among
them aro somo of tho prettiest novelties and useful articles over
seen here. Tho following Ih but a few mentions from tho big
Ruby Ware and Opal Ware, Hand-Painted Celluloid Boxes,
Collar and Cuff Boxes, Toilet Sets, Manicure Boxes, Jewel Boxes,
Photo Cases, 8mokars' Seta, Shaving 8ets, Necktie and Otove
Boxes, Handkerchief and Work-Boxes.
finil'T CflnnCTThnt our prices are an Important factor
UUH I lUnULl and that it Is no trouble to show goods.
PACIFIC IMPORT CO., Ltd.
Progress Block, Fort Street.
CLINTON J- HUTCHINS,
'. H. FISHER
Stock and Bond Brokers.
FIRE ASSOCIATION, of Phllldtlphlt
WE8TERN ASSURANCE CO, of Tt
HONOLULU 8TOCK .EXCHANGE
Honolulu, November 2), igoi
NAME OH STOCK
C RffWrr V Cnfnpjn.
L.H. Ktrr & Co., Ltd
E Plantation Co . ..
H iwiMin Lorn 8t Su Co
H iwilun Surir Co ..
Hunomu Sucir Co
H'jnokatSugAr Co . .-
H.rvu Suffir Co
IKihuku i'Tintition Co
Ohi,lm.Co. ltd. ,.
KoloaSdtarCo . .
I riomta SujtarCo. ,
O'kJl Sugf I'Un, Co
oiuSu.co.. Lt:.. nt
O owiltl Corxrtnv.
PitunauSu. I'Un. Co
Pacific bucif Mfl
Pata Plantation Co .,.
Prpttkto Sugar Co
Plontff Mill Co
Pioneer Mill Co. Ann
Waiafua Art- Co.
Waltuku Surar Co
WalmanaloSitcat Co .
Wl dtr SttamihiB Co..
I'ttf-liland Sfcim N.Co
laallan t'tr(c Co.. J
Hon. ftaefdT.fr LandCo
Mutual Trltpnon Co ,
Oabu Rv ft Land Co
nopia ikiik if 1.0
Flrat National Haik
Hawaiian Gov jptrctnt
HlloR. R. Co.6Brrcnt
run. napu irnil...
e fan tat n 6 er crni
OahuR & Lanj Co.prc
anu naniation ope
Olaa Plantation 6 p c.
Walalua AtTkul.6 pc
1. 000,000 j loo
I t tjo.
WILLAKU K. IIKOWK.
W. A. LOVK.
Halstead & Co.,
ON SUGAR SECURITIES.
921 Fort Street
8tock and Bond Exchange.
Stock and Bond Broker
Member of Honolulu Stock Ixehangi
OrJers for the purchase or sale of stocks
ana bonds artfully and promptly xcut4.
Ground Floor, Judd Building.
Postoffice Box 390. Telephone i8.
McINBRNY BLOCK. PORT ST.
Judd & Co., Ltd.
807 Stangenwald Building.
P. O. Box 68T. Tel. Main 9X8
"Did you tp him oft to the police!"
asked the burglar.
"Sure," answered the confidence
"He's a non-union safe blower"
No More Dread
of me Dental Chair
TEETH EXTRACTED AND FILLEL
AUSOLUTELY WITHOUT PAIN b)
our late scientific method applied to tht
gums. No sleep-producing agents ol
These are the only dental parlors t
Honolulu having PATENTED APPLl
ANCES and ingredients to extract. Ill)
and apply gold crowns and porcelalt
crowns undeciecable from natural teett
and wurranted lor ten yeara, WITH
OUT THE LEAST PAIN. All wort
lone by dKADUATED DENTISTS ol
from 12 to 20 years' experience, anc
each department In churge of a Special
lt. fllve us a call. anl you will flnr
is to do exactly as wo advertise. Wt
will tell you In ndvnm-o exactly whai
your work will cost ny a FHEE EX
8c t Teeth SHOO
Cold CrownH bS.OU
Gold HllllnCK Sl.00
Sliver I'llllngti SOc
L ; i WmZ
Rev. L. M. Hartley, who will address the special Anti-Saloon Meeting
(Central Union Church tomorrow night on ''The Situation In These Islands
and How to Meet It."
Our name nlone will be a guarantee
that your work will bo of the best.
New York Dental Parlors.
(loom 4, Elite Dulldlng. Hotel Street
LADIES IN ATTENDANCE
E. Ws Jordan
NO, 10 STORE
Is always well to tho front in pen
ulne Goods at Fair Prices.
the store must keep In line with
other stores In frontage to the
tho Government may ask me to
movo back, which will lesson the
slzo of my store, and I must re
duco my Immense Stock to at
least onu-lmlf. I therefore Intend
GIVE ALL OF MY CUSTOMERS
tho opportunity to buy rcxkIb at
nevor heard of hero. Come, be
fore you buy elsowhoro and you
will say my prices aro all right.
4fo UtfU " "A