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RVENINO BOLLWnM, HONOLULU, H. T MONDAY, NOV. 2S, 1901,
NOW'S THE TIME TO BUY
Ural liaml-mnilo I.nco Curtains at ri
diculously low prices tlicy comprise
IRISH POINT, SWISS BOBINETTE, NOTTINGHAM, ETC.
Positively tlic finest collection ever
offered to n wondering public.
Tho thriftiest women the bert
Judges will bo surprised how wo can
noli them at such little prices. We'll
tell you; wo know how to liny; wo pay
rash and get libera! discounts. Somo ,
of these Lace Cm tains wero Imported
before tho now tariff Imposed a high
NOTTINGHAM LACE CURTAINS from $1.23 per pair upward.
nn extra special value Is the $2.50 and $2.75 per pair kind for
$2.00 per pair. .
REAL IRISH POINT, $7.00 per pair, Instead of $!.00., te., rte.
BOBINETTE LACE CURTAINS, $10X10 per pair, Intttnd of
J1E.00. etc.. etc.
POINTE d'ESPRIT, with nifflcs. $4.25 per pair.
SWI8S LACE CURTAINS, dotted patterns, with ruffles. $1.50 per
MARIE ANTOINETTE PATTERNS, $20.00 per pair, Instead of
MADRA8 FOR CURTAINS, 25c and 35c per yard, lntnd of
50c and 75c. iA'j
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 (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:
THEY ARE HERB !
OUR 8IIOVV WINDOW
18 HULL OF Tlin.M. 't s
THE PRICE IS
h notice to creditors of the estate of
I), A. Rny appears In this Issue,
An experienced woman to do light
house-work. Sco . ant column.
Vniitihau and Ookatn plantations arc
through grinding for tho year.
Tho etcamcr Nippon Mam, from the
Orient, la expected here this afternoon.
The Manna Loa will bo In early In
the morning from Hawaii and Maul
A six-room cottage on King street
Is for rent. Sco To Lot column, on
The schooner V 11. Marston went
to tho channel whart this morning to
Tho transport Meade has a lot of ma
Chlnery ahonrd for a quarantine bU
lion at Manila.
V. It. Weaver has had his skiff stolen
from tho'llealanl boat house. The po
ll arc on n hunt for It.
Aboard the ship Itoanokc arc Mrs.
Moxon, wire of tho first officer, and
J. W. Kisko of New York, on a trip
fur lily health.
W. II. Thorne, late proprietor of the
shooting galtery.ts soon to open a pool
and Millard room on Queen ,lelov
H&ckfold's scow which went ashor
ft? Htlo Is a total wreck with the ex
ception tit the machinery and boiler
wblcli were saved.
Captain I'enhallow of the schooner
Alii'") Cooku was explaining to his
many friends tola morning where lie
brs boon lor tho last week.
It vun a decision by Judgo Kdlngs,
Hit Judgo Gear, which was reversed
by tho Supicmo Court In tho caso ot
Vine Sing Tal vs. Marlon M. t.unlng.
1" i;. King Is putting his cottages
ut (tottngo Orovo nnd King street In
t thoroughly sanitary condition. Sew
er connections and all modern im
provements are being made by Jan.
A little forto Rlcan girl who fell
nverhoard from the railroad wharf this
morning was rescued from drowning
by u gentleman standing near. Ho re
fused to give his name for publlca-t-oii.
A grocery wagon belonging to a
I'urtugueso was badly smashed in
front of Or. Hoffmann s house on Iter
i tnnla street at about 12 noon today.
Th- horse becoming frightened somo
tllftanco ilown tho road, ran away,
bumped tho wagon Into a coupll o(
hitching posts outsldo the residence)
mentioned nnu carried theso away.
Thi last post was too much of an ob-
ttnclti and the wagon and horse, parted
company. The horse kept on going.
NO one was injured.
In tho Police Court .this forenoon,
eleven natives. Chinamen and Japan
one were fined $10 and costs each on
tbe charge ot gambling. These people
pv.ero all rounded up Saturday night.
Another gang ot natives, white men
und Portuguese were to have been tried
tills forenoon but the prosecution ask-t-d
for further time and so the case
fiat, continued until tomorrow.
AMD THEY CAN BB
MAILED FOR 10 CT6.
WALL, NICHOLS CO., LTD.
HO Is the name ot tho purest and
most wholesome line of loods manu
factured. They are principally break
fast preparations. The following in a
list of them:
Farina 15c pkg
Rolled Oats 20c pkg
Breakfast Crisps 20c pkg
Bit-Kit Flour 20c pkg
Buckwheat Flour . ,25c & 40c pkg
Tapioca 15c pkg
Corn Starch ....15c, 2 pkgs 25c
When You Dream af HO.
You Wake Up nungry.
H. May & Co.
Boston Block, Fort Street.
Telt. 22, 24, 92. P. O. box 386.
NEILL'8 PUNNIBST PLAY.
The funniest play In tht entire N!ll
series Is "Nlobe" which will be given
by Mr. Nell I nnd his fiuorlte company
tomorrow eienlng. It In really thu
story of Pygmalion nnd cil.Ua re
vised In Its most itmuxlng form and Is
from the pen of llnrry and Edward
l'aulton and described on the program
o& a "rantnstlc comedy in three acts."
Miss Ed the Chapman will bo seen
as Nlobe nnd Mr. Nilll as lMer Amos
Dunn. Tho scenes are laid at thu
home of the hitter In NVw York city.
The tast will be as follows:
Petri' Amos Dunn ....,..... Mr. Nelll
Cornelius GrlfPn .... Robt-ri Morris
Jefferson Tompl' .'.-ii.k MacVicars,
Phlneiis Innln s Huii'' Illoomquest
Parker Silox John W. Burton
Servant Scott Sntoa
Ntobo Kdytbe Chapman
Carollno Dunn Lucille Spinney
Hattln (Irimn Julia Dean
Helen (Irlflln Lillian Andrews
Madeline XI 'ton .... Louise Urownell
Ucatrke SIlox.Mary Elizabeth Forbes
EEFECT OF CONTRACT
ON LOCAL MARKET
Plenty of Taro on Molokai But Great
Difficulty Found in Making
TEL. MAIN 84.
Mps. H. H. Williams
Art Embroider)' and Stamping.
Full line of Art Materials : :
Art Embroidery Taught : :
Love Rullrilni). Fo" Street
If your carreN are
soiled v.e ulll
tnl(e them up,
clem them, .uiJ
rrljy them foryon
.it very little cost.
given on : : : : :
: : : application.
bopp & co.,
Leading Furniture Dealers
Cor. King and Bethel Sts.
M. Phillips & Co.
Wholesale 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 BPACt RESERVED FOR
Governor Dole said: "It Is best to
bo piutlcular nbout thu authenticity
Accuracy Is next In Iraportnnco. Ac
iiuato copies nnt guaranteed when
J. D. AVERY, Public Typewriter
Tel. Main 16. Over Harts, Hotel St.
Wailuku, Nov. 23. This week Judgo
Kalua began getting ready his first
shipment of hard palals for the leper
settlement. Six hundred 21-pound
bundles were ready at Kahului harbor
on Tuesday waiting for transportation
but the schooner walalua only arrived
this Saturday morning, and will leavo
tor Kalaupapa this afternoon. She has
been delayed by bad weather. It is not
known how long Wailuku will have
to supply the settlement with palals,
but one thing is certain, If this con
tinues, there will be a dearth of tarn
'in and around Wailuku and pot eaters
hero will bave to look to something
else for subsistence.
There Is at present hardly enough
taro to supply the Watkapu, Wailuku,
Walehu and Walhee natives. It costs
at present between $5 and $7 a month
for a family of two for poi alone, but
when this dralnago to tho settlement
continues, the evident result would be
to further Incrcaso tho pries of taro
which Is already too high.
The reason for this scarcity of tarn
on Maui Is that the natives, too lazy
to work, havo sold their best taro
lands to the plantation and are now
cither gentlemen of leisure or working
for the plantation at $18 per month.
How a man and wife can live on $18
a month at the present high rates of
pol and meat cannot be explained
satisfactorily, yet it is being done, nnd
with money to spare for swipes anil
It Is reported that a certain Indus,
trlous Hawaiian lady of Halawa, Molo
knl, has enough taro ot her own to
supply tho settlement for nearly two
months hut ns she has not made any
bid for the palals, her taro will havo
to rot In the patches unless she finds
A market at Honolulu for her product.
It Is a shame that such circumstance
exist, but such aro the facts. There
have already been two shipments of
COO palals each from Halawa and Wala
lua, Molokai, for the settlement, but
thero are so many taro planters at
thopo places that only tho most ener
getic or favored ones wero given
chances to ship palals so as to make
up the COO bundles required for one
Tho weather Is so bail at Molokai
ports now that It Is beyond question to
expect any of tho Molokai villages to
supply palnls for Bcveral months to
come, or until fair weather sets In
nbout next March. One thing Is cer
tain tho price of pol in Wailuku will
be so lilsh ns to put this staff of life
on the list of luxuries only to bo found
on the tables of the well-to-do, while
the commoners will have to use cltbo
rice, pntatos, bananas, or flour.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Sake tubs for sale; Fountain Saloon.
Position as engineer. See Want col
A Santa Claus surprise at 13. W. Jor
dan's. See ad.
Five lots for sale on Manoa road.
See ad on last page.
Tho Meado has seventy-thrco cabin
passengers for Manila.
Furnlturo of four room cottage for
sale. See For Sale column.
Mont. Col. Chas. D. Whipple, wltt
his wile, Is on the Meade en route to
Ulank books of all sorts, ledgers, etc.
manufactured by the IJullctlu Publish
Captain t). II. Slaughter and daugh
ter aro passengers in tho Meado fot
I'M ward M. Watson, attorney and
counselor nt law, publishes a card In
Several Navy people aro on tho
Meado. Among them aro Paymaster
Livingston Hunt, Assistant Paymaster
C. 11. O'Leary.
Miss Marjorlc Ido, daughter ot Phil
ippine Commissioner Ido Is a passenger
in the Meade for Manila.
The Royal I.awn Mower doesn't cut
much Ice but It Is n wonder on grass.
See K. 0. Hall & Son's ad.
Love's Ilakcry will dcTher Thanks
giving delicacies. Send In orders early.
Sec nd under New Today.
Hart & Co.'s famous Thanksgiving
pics will bo delivered to any part of
tho city. See ad under New Today.
SI. F. Prosscr, formerly deputy sher
iff of Knual, was a passenger from Na
wlllwlll In tho W. O. Hall Sunday.
Anyone wishing tickets for Satur
day's fair and luau may purchase them
from Mrs. A. E. Murphy, 627 Bern
Bourbon whiskey C years old, 13.00,
claret, GO cents; Bherry and Tokay, 75
cents a gallon at Hoffsrulaeger Co.'s,
Judge Humphreys has appointed
Alice Mctcalf trustee for her daughter,
Emma Mctcalf lkalka, widow, In placo
of the late Paul Neumann.
The body of tho late Frank Severln
was cremated at Slaullola yesterday, so
that the ashes might be sent home to
the fnmlly of the dead man.
Sirs. h. A. Coney Is visiting nt tho
homo of her son. Sheriff J. II, Coney,
nt Llhue, Kauai, where she will re
main for a couple of months or so.
M. A. Rcgo, ono of tho foremost citi
zens of Koloa, Knual, was a passcn
gcr from Kauai in ..to W. U. Hall Sun
uny morning, lie comes down on u
flying business trip.
Honolulu Photo Supply Co. besides
doing the best printing and developing
In tho city for the least money; supply
amateur and professionals with all
Friends having tickets for Satur
day's fair and mau will kindly turn
the money in as soon ns possible and lc
sure to return all unsold tickets on
Saturday morning at the Drill Shed.
Don't forget Camarlnos of the Call
fornta' Fruit Market when you wunt
fruit and vegetables. He always has
on-hand a fresh supply of both Callfor
nla and Island fruits. Telephone Main
The beautiful doll now being ills
placd at the store ot N. S. Sachs' Dry
Goods Co., Ltd., will be given to trie
most popular child. A voting ticket
will bo given with each cash purchase.
Rev. 0. II. Oullck who went to Kauai
In the W. a. Hall Tuesday last, re
turned In tho same steamer Sunday
morning. While on tho Garden Isle,
Mr. Qullck held meetings with the
Japanese In the Interests ot Christian
ity. Tho directors of the Francis Murphy
Club will hold a business meeting this
evening at tho usual time. Tho club
intends to open an employment agency
as soon as the rooms are In shape. Tho
regular temperance meeting will be
held tomorrow evening at the usual
A large number of turkeys for
Thanksgiving were sent up from Kauai
by tbo W. 0. Hall Sunday as tho sup
ply In the city seems to have been .ex
hausted. The turkeys are from W. II.
Ulce ot Kauai who had a big drive on
Wednesday last and got in somo ot the
finest birds in the market.
The laBt speech of President Mc
Ktnley, with extracts from previous
speeches regarding tho Philadelphia
Commercial Museum, has been printed
for private circulation by that body,
J. Q. Spencer, secretary of tho Hono-
luluChamber of Commerce, has re
ceived copies for distribution.
The Punch and Judy show to bo
held at Saturday's fair and luau will
bo one ot tho most nttractlvo stalls.
The children will be moro than pleas
ed. Arthur Knight will Impersonate
Punch and Judy whllo Guy Livingston
will entice the crowd to enter. Mies
C. F. Herrlck Is In chnrgo of the stall
assisted by Sirs. J. F. Slorgan.
Lionel Hart had his snoulder dislo
cated In n wrestling bout on tbo top of
Tantalus Sunday morning. Ho anil a
number of friends spent Saturday
nlKh't on tho mountain nnd, In tho
morning, they all started out to test
their strength In various ways. Hart
and a companion engaged In a wiest
ling match and Hart failed to get tho
The chicken thieves nre nbout again.
They Invariably niako their appear
anre or, moro properly speaking, their
dleappcnrance, ns Christmas draws
nlijb. Pnuoa valley In tho vicinity of
thu Atkinson home, has been tho scene
of the recent depredations. Tho police
It. vo been notlllcd but '" "iuvo not
succeeded In locating any of tho
tli. eves so far.
There were a largo number of pcoplo
on Tantalus yesterday afternoon. Thu
road was In excellent condition from
top to bottom. Not a slg ot tho recent
heavy rains was apparent. In fact It
was rather dry up there. It was no
ticed that Jared Smith has begun
the planting of lime trees on tho ter
raced portion of tho government ex
periment station reservation. About
ono hundred trees have already 'been
Wo aro now in shape and prepared
to meet our customers.
Our Immense Block of now styles aro
The ladles' Slanlsh nnd tho men's
Collego lasts aro in the height ot pop
ularity, nnd scorn to sell themselves.
Next week wo shall ltcmlzo somo
of these, so that you might know how
one, up to date, should bo dressed.
MERNY SHOE STORE
T: cts per yd.
Immense lot of tho Very Latest Designs in French Flannel,
ettes Just placed, on sale. Wc mudu nn unusually good buy when
wo bought this Jot, which consists ot five cases of 130 differ
ent styles and take this chance of offering )ou a big bargain.
Tho goods are as perfect as any wo have over seen. Ex
amine every yard ns closely as you please. Uuy only when thor
oughly convinced that jou nre getting moro than your money's
We show over sixty different stripes alono, and havo tiny
checks, large checks, Scotch plaids, patterns In dark, medium
nnd light shades; plain shades in cream, white, pink, grey, blue
Theso Flannelettes will make handsome waists, wrappers, ki
monos, holokus, house dresses and children's garments.
THREE QUALITIES at 7c, lCc, 12 l-2c per yard.
$1 to $2.76.
black Sateen underskirts, all In latest effects, from
SOME NEW GOODS
Rich novelties In LADIES' NECKWEAR, LADIES' FANCY
HOSIERY, Including Lislo Hose, black, whlto and tan.
Tho very latest effects In polka dots.
PACIFIC IMPORT COMPANY, "
ProgrcM Block, Fort Street.
CLINTON J. HUTCHINS,
J. H. FISHER
Slock and Bond Brokers.
FIRE ASSOCIATION, of Philadelphia
WESTERN ASSURANCE CO, of T(-ronto.
HONOLULU 6TOCK KXCHANGB
Honolulu, November 25, loo I
fOME Of STOCK
- nttwtt flrtomtarm 1 ora.cc
NS SKhiDQ.Co.LM I 6o,
LB. Kerr &t Co,, LU I oo.o e
Ew Plindtlon Co
naaiiin.om u uo t,)i.?o
Mtnomu Migr .o . ..
Haku Sugir Co ...
Kihuktt I'unUtlon Co
KifAhulu Su(rr Co ..
K'lina Sugar Co. ..
0hu Such Co , ,
Pnotnea Sugar Co, ..
O'kata Suear Plan, Co
OlaaSu, Co.. LtJ., at I
OatS o.LtJ, Mup
(Jlowalu Company .,,
Paautiau Ju. lUn. Co
Pala Plantation Co
1 Pt pko Suear Co .
Plonm Mill Co. Asms
Watilua Arr. Co.
Wailuku Suear Co
iu rat Co .
Wl aF famMn Ta
J"ttfltUnd Stoim N.Co
Jaffal I an E'tctrlcCo ..
Hon. Rapid T ft UMCo
Mutual Taltehon Co...
Oaiiu Ry k. Land Co.,.
rtopit tic k ri u
Flrit National Bank .
HMtA.S Bank It T. Co
Hawaiian Gov $per ctnt
Hllo R, R. Co. 6 prcflt
non. wapi irniu..
Ev Parttat n 6 pr cam
0hu R ft Und Co. pre
uanu riamano ope
Otaa Plantation ler.
Walalua Afrlcul.tpc .
WII.LAIID E. IHIOWN.
W. A. LOVK.
Halstead & Co.,
ON 8UQAR SECURITIES.
921 Fort Street;
Stock and Bond Exchangt.
Stock and Bond Broke'
Member of Honolulu Stock Exchange
Orders for the purchase or sale of stoclo
ana bonds carefully and promptly Mtcutsd
Ground Floor, Judd Bulldlnf.
Postoffic Box 390. Telephone l6t
MclNBRNY BLOCK. PORT ST.
Judd & Co., Ltd.
SOT Stangenwald Building.
P. O. Box 60T. Tel. Main 888
Tho house to which William Mo
KlrJcy was born has been purchased
by thu Duckeyo Leather Company, and
will bo used as an office by tho com
pany. It will bo moved three mile
Irom Its present location In Nilcs. In
tho campaign of 189G part of the houso
as torn down and mado Into cam
paign canes. Since that time the
building has been used as a storeroom.
No More Dread
of the Dental Chair
TEKTH EXTRACTED AND FILLED
ABSOLUTELY WITHOUT PAIN b)
our late scientific method applied to thi
gums. No sleep-producing agents 01
These are the only dental parlor lc
Honolulu having PATENTED APPLI
ANCE3 and Ingredients to extract, flli
and apply gold crowns and porcelain
crowns undectecable from natural teetl
and warranted for ten years, WITH
OUT THE LEA8T PAIN. Alt work
done by dBADUATED DENTISTS ot
from 12 to 20 years' experience, and
each department in charge of a Special
ist Give us a call, and you will find
ub to do exactly as we advertise. We
will tell you In advanco exactly what
your work will cost by a FREE EX
AMINATION. Hot Teeth CS.OO
Oold Crown 85.00
Gold FlIllnfiH I.O0
Hllver Fillings BOc
Our name nlone will be a guarantee
that your work will be of the best.
New York Dental Parlors,
Room 4. Elite Building. Hotel Street
LADIES IN ATTENDANCE
E. W Jordan
Is always well to tho front In ren
NO. 10 STORE Uno aoodl ,t Kar prcel.
FORT STREET the ,toro must kep ln Ilne wlth
other stores In frontage to the
JmS. "10 Government may ask mo to
VHJR& movo back, which will lessen the
$b slzo of my store, and I must ro-
WiX duco my Immenso Stock to at
least one-half. I therefore Intend
GIVE ALL OF MY CUSTOMERS
tho opportunity to buy goods nt
never heard of hero. Como bo
foro you buy clsowhero and you
will say my prices aro nil right.
irf A Wlil ',mM, Skfr ft,