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NOW'S THE TIME TO BUY
Ileal hand-made Lnee Curtains at ri
diculously low prices they compriBe
IRISH POINT; SWISS BOBINETTE, NOTTINGHAM, ETC.
Positively Hie flni-M. collection ever
olTcrcil to a minderlng public.
Tbe thriftiest women tli Ix-nt
JudgcK will lie surprised how e (.an
veil them at hiicIi little prices. We'll
tell you; we know how to huyj wo pay
cash anil 'get liberal discounts. Some
of these l.ai-0, Curtains were Imported
lieforo the new tariff imposed a high
NOTTINGHAM LACE CURTAINS from 1.25 per pair upward;
an extra special value le the $2.50 and $2.75 per pair hind for
$2.00 per pair.
REAL IRISH POINT, 7.00 per pair, Instead of $9.0n., etc., etc.
BOBINETTE LACE CURTAINS, $10X10 per pair, Instead of
$13.00. etc.. etc.
POINTE d'ESPRIT. with ruffles, $4.25 per pair.
SWISS LACE CURTAINS, dotted patterns, with ruffles, $1.50 per
MARIE ANTOINETTE PATTERNS, $20.00 per pair, Instead of
MADRAS FOR CURTAIN S, 25c and 35c per yard, Instead nf
60c and. 75c. ' 1 j
B. F, EHLERS &
Coolness and Comfort in the
Fiercest - Heat - of Summer.
Is a dry mineral powder mixed with water only.
It is being'usi 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 !
BUY THE BEST
I I I AT I I
TupkcjH and Chicken
Fat mi Tender
Choice Turkey Fm
Fresh Mlncc Meat
In Gla-ttand Tiny, Condensed and In Hulk
New Layer Ratftlrm
In Fancy Cartons
Almons Walnuts , Filbert' Pecan's
H. May & Co.
Boston Block, Fort Street.
Tela. 22. 24, 92. P. O. "box 388.
If your carpets are
soiled we will
take them up,
clean tliem, and
relay them for you
at very little cost.
given on : : : : :
: : : application.
HOPP & CO.,
Leading Furniture Dealers
Cor. King and Bethel Sis.
ii-'V-Jr4-, awi'.'j; C.I.Mtej dMKff',
CO., FORT ST.
OUR SHOW WINDOW
18 FULL OH TIIBM. I t
THE PRICE 18
AND THEY CAN BB
MAILED FOR 10 CT8.
NICHOLS CO., LTD.
WHYTE & MACKAY
W. C. Peacock & Co.,
A Smooth Scotch Whiskey
Drink No Other.
i TfcL. MAINJM.
Mrs. H.tL Williams
Art Embroidery and Stamping.
Full line of Art Materials : :
Art Embroidery Taught : :
Love Rulldlnt, Port Street
M. Phillips & Co.
Wholesale Importer and Jobbers.
European and American Dry Goods.
Fort and Queen 8tt.
H. Hackfeid& Co., Ltd.
General Commission Agents.
Cor. Fort and Queen Streeta, Honolulu.
THI8 8PACt RESERVED FOR
Governor Dale said: "It Is best to
Imi particular about the authenticity
Accuracy I net In Importance, Ac
curate copies jit- guaiuuti'i-d whon
J. I). AVERY, Public Typewriter.
Tel. Main 16. Over Harts, Hotel 8t.
HAD HEAVY GALES TO
BUCK FKOM YOKOHAMA
Brings Many Japanese Laborers and
Much Freight For
This Port Pas-
Tho T. K. K. Nippon Mam arrived
from the Orient this morning about 2
o'clock. She entered tho harbor soon
otter KiinilBc, and as United States
Quarantine OtHcer J. J. Klnyoun was
aboard or her there was no delay In
Keulug through quarantine. As
noon ns alio was at the whart the pas
sengers wanted to coino ashore, but
bad to watt for the Immigration com
missioner. Tho vessel has had a cry rough
trip from Yokohama and for the first
five days was In a very hard gale and
high sea which mado matters quite
uncomlortabte. Tho vessel was com
pelled to slow down scvoral times on
account of the head seas which camo
aboard over the bow nnd sides. One
monster wave climbed over the port
rail nnd smashed In Bcveral windows
nnd a door on that side on the main
deck. Not until wltbln a couple of
days from this port was good steam
ing weather met and then tho big ves
sel was pushed for all sho was worth
to make up Tor bit time. Tho Nippon
Maru brought ovor two hundrod Jap
anese laborers fir this port and thir
teen Chinese. Her freight Is a largo
one consisting of over twelve hundred
tons of general merchandise, the great
er portion of which is gunney sacks.
There arc several cabin passengers
who will lay over here for tho next
nteamer, while Mr. and Mrs. N. B.
Sachs return to the city after a trip
through the Orient.
Of tho through passengers for. San
franclsco are Dr. J. J. Klnyoun of
tne United States Quarantine Service,
who has been on a tour of inspection
of the United States stations In thn
Orient and inquiring Into tho manner
oi mc uiuneao nnd Japanese systems
of quarantine. Captain V. V. Dain
tier or the English army Is of the
lloyal KnglnenrB' Corps and on his
way home on leave. J. K. Carpenter
Is a mining man who lias been lately
ll tho Kast Indies. V. II. rilliinilnn
lh fiom Hollo, where since tho Amer
ican occupation of the Philippines ho
nas acieu as postmaster. Hu Is on
tils way home on a vacation. Ocorge
K. Dietrich Is the gecnrnl agent of
the Calltornlan Orental Steamship
Company, who has been on a
business trip In China and Japan.
Charles Heymanu Is tho representative
nf a French 'commercial society who
nas ueen in tno orient studying tho
commercial situation with a view to
uxpandltiK tho commercial relations
between his country and China nnd
Japan. J. lkeda and K. Kiimc ore
Japanese postal officials on tholr way
to tho States and Europe to make u
siuuy or tno illnercnt postal systems.
M. Klrkwood, an Knglish lawyer, is
ono of tho, nclvlnora of tho Japanese
flovcrnment. Ho Is going to London.
In tho steerage for San Francisco
nro about three hundred Orientals, of
whom ninety are Japanese on their
way to Mexico. Lately arrangements
bavo been made with the Japanese
Government to havo a great many
Japaneso sent to tho southern republic
ns laborers as the dlttlculty of getting
Chinese there Is too great.
The Nippon Maru will sail for thn
Coast at midnight or possibly a little
WYOMING OIL. FIELDS.
Mr. Arthur Livingstone, a descend
ant of the great explorer, wno arrived
recently from the Mainland, on tho
steamer Ventura, and Is now a guest
at the lloyal Hawaiian Hotel, brings
glowing accounts or tho oil fields ro
cently discovered In Western Wyom
ing, near Ogdcn. Utnh. He Bays thut
the quality of oil Is what tho Stand
ard Company has been hunting for the
worldo vcr. This gentleman visited
the field about ono month ago and
found that the Piedmont Oil Company
of Spring Volley was In full operation
and down over 3U0 feet In a self-supporting
formation, which required but
very little casing. He also states that
tho above named company Is ono of
tho most representative In the Held
nnd mado up of thoroughly reliable
business men. Tho secretary-treasurer
Is Mr. Iloy Ives of Ogden, Utah,
and a moro sterling young man would
bo hard to find. Mr. Llvlngstono Is a
keen observer and takes great plea
lire In meeting young men of such
worth. His mother, who left hero ro
cently for Australia, will meet him
next spring in Now York. The gen
tleman sails on tho Alamed.a for San
Francisco December 4th. The many
friends that ho has mado In this city
will miss him very much, but remem
her with pleasure the many pleasant
hours spent In his company, and trust
a more extended visit will be given
when he returns next year.
Curtain to Rise at Nine Thursday
So many requests Have been received
by the management from local society
leaders who aro irtso great patrons of
the Nelll company's performances to
have the curtain rung up nt 9 o'clock
on Thanksgiving night, that It has
been acceded to. Thursday evening,
therefore,' the performance of Harri
son drey Flsk and Chas. Kline's great
melodrama, "The District Attorney"
will not commence uutll 9 o'clock. The
play had a very long and successful
run when It was first produced In New
York. Harrison Grey Flsk, one of the
authors Is also the editor of tho Now
York Dramatic Mirror.
Iokepa Hnlli, a native from Hllo, and
his wife, figured again. In tho Police
Court today. Halll was arrestod last
night on the charge of assault and
battery on his wife, ihls forenoon
the two had n war of words, am!
Judge Wilcox finally told the two to
go homo and begin llfo anew. liefer
ring to their previous appearance he
lm o him In a slmllnr case mid his up
parent success at patching up the
quaiicl, hu said hu did not think lit"
lould run u lepalr shop.
The Hunolulii Athletic Club players
expect to win (ho football game with
tho I'unuhciu team on Thursday. They
believe that tho changes In the per
sonnel of tho team and tho excellent
practiced that they have been having,
wanunt them In this belief.
BNINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU. H. T TUESDAY, NOV. 2G, 1901.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Sake tubs for sale; Fountain Saloon.
Two six room houses. Sec To Let
Two drift-class barbers. See Want
Selected Highland nhlsky at V. C.
Peacock & Co.
ltoom and board In private family.
Sec Want column.
May & Co. will be closed all dny on
Furnished room on Vineyard street.
Sec To Let column.
A notice to Incorporated companies
appears In this Issue.
Thanksgiving Day turkeys at the
Metropolitan Meat Co.
Dr. J. J. Klnyoun will be the guest of
Dr.,Cofer while In town.
The steamer Klnau sailed for Hllo
promptly at noon today.
The bark S. C. Allen sailed for San
Francisco this afternoon at 1 o'clock.
Dlank books of all sorts, ledgers, etc
manufactured by the Bulletin Publish
A danco will he given this evening
by the employes of Kwa plantation at
their pavilion. 4
Kau correspondents, wslting by the
Mnuna l.oa today, report plenty or rain
In that district. ,
A boy of sixteen years or oer Ii
wanted In a clothing store. See Want
column on page 8.
Surgeon, 12. M. Dlackwcll. formerly
of tho supply ship Abarcnda, Is now
stationed at this port.
Samuel Parker will leave for Wash
ington again in the steamer Alameda
on Wednesday of next week.
W. A. Kinney, assistant engineer
of Kwa plantation, leaves for Kauai to
day on a vacation of two weeks.
Purser C. Lacy doodrlch of the Nip
pon Maru has been Buffering from
dysentery for the greater part of the
Bourbon whiskey 6 years old, 13.50;
claret, 60 cents; sherry and Tokay, 75
cents a gallon at Hoffarhlacgcr Co.'s,
, Mr. Hedemann. manager of the Ho
nolulu Iron Works, leaves this after
noon on a business trip to tho Ko
kaha plantation, on haual,
" . E. Pdxton of tho IJ. F. Dillingham
Company lert today fori Oiaa planta
tion. Tho new and complete mill will
shortly be grinding cane from Olaa's
Honolulu Photo Supply "Co. besides
doing the best printing and developing
In the city for tho least money; supply
amateur and professionals with all
Iluy your Thanksgiving turkeys
rrom H. Mny & Co., Boston block
Christmas delicacies fresh mince
meat, new layer raisins, stuffed dates.
Turkey figs, etc., at May's.
Tho injunction suit of Oahu Hallway
& Land Company against Superintend
ent of Public Works Boyd and Cottou
Brothers Company camo up again In
tho Federal Court at 1 o'clock, t
Tho Jury in tho Bishop Kutnte con
demnation suit wcro excused at noon
rrom attendance In the court room un
til 2 p. m. tomorrow. They will ac
company the court to Pearl Harbor nt
9 o'clock In tho morning.
Don't forget Camarlnos of the Cali
fornia Fruit Market when you want
fruit and vegetables. He always has
on hand a fresh supply of both Califor
nia and Island fruits. Telephone Main
Among tho passengers arriving lit
tho Mauna Loa this morning from Ha
waii and Maul ports were W. F.
Drake, J. II. Boyd, Marston Campbell,
V -C. Achl, Ilcv. S. II, Davis and Knt
Tho band played aboard the trans
port Mcado this morning. Tho music
was greatly enjoyed -by the peopl
aboard tho transport' and on tbe So
lace which lays across the dock of the
Those wishing reliable horses, ex
perienced drivers, new rigs, fair prices
and courteous treatment should call at
tho Territory Stables. Their telephone
number is Main 35. They deliver and
call for rigs free of charge.
The battleship Wisconsin, which will
arrive here from Samoa next week,
wllLome into the harbor and moor In
the ravy slip. The Wisconsin will be
the first of Uncle Sam's modern bat
tleships to come Into the bay.
Commodore Clarence Macfarlane Is
considering the advisability of turning
the ichooner yacht La Paloma Into a
yiiwl. It is thought that under the
new rig the vessel will give much bet
ter satisfaction than she has as a
Tho Walalua Agricultural Company
la constructing flumes to supply the
California colonists at Wahlawa with
water from tho Kaala mountains. Al
ready the works are approaching the
colony. A short time will see the
Among the through passengers In
tho Nippon Maru, now in port from
tho Orient, are Mr. and Mrs. F. II.
Kingman of Lob Angeles. Mr. King
man Is a leading Southern California
dealer in Japaneso curioB, and is ro
turning homo from a five months' pur
chasing and sightseeing trip to tba
land of chrysanthemums.
The freight of tho steamer Mauna
Loa arriving this morning was a very
large one. Her main deck forward
looked very much like a, farmyard A
on It were many crates of domestic
poultry, sheep, cowb and pigs, beside a
dug or two. Her freight list was as
follows: Sfi02 Backs sugar, 640 sacks
coffee, S13 sacks taro, 33 sacks tea, 1C1
bundles bananas, 33 kegs butter, 13
bills hides, 30 pigs, 143 ehcep, 30 head
lattlo and 3G3 pkgs sundries.
Wru. C. Lyou has opened n general
hook supply office In Honolulu with
oHIces lu the Judd building. Mr. Lynn
In n young man of excellent character
and ptogresslvo Ideas who arrived hero
recently from Berkeley. Cat. His husl
ness connection with the leading pub
lishing houses of tho Mainland enable
him to furnish books of all hlids to
Honolulu customers at very satisfac
tory figures. Books of reference,
fiction, professional, historical, In fact
of nil kinds that come from tho Ameri
can book press aro offered by him to
the public at practically New York
MERNY SHOE STORE
7 cts per yd.
Immense lot of the Very Latest Designs in French Flannel
ettes Just placed on sale. We made an unusually good buy when
wu bought this lot, which consists of live cages of 130. differ
ent styles and talii; this chance, of offering you a big bargain.
Tho goods are as perfect as any wo havo ever seen. Ex
amino every yard as closely as you please. Buy only when thor
oughly coinlnced that you arc getting more than your money's
Wo show over sixty different stripes alone, nnd havo tiny
checks, large checks, Scotch plaids, patterns in dark, medium
and light Bhades; plain shades In cream, white, pink, grey, bluo
These Flannelettes will make handsome waists, wrappers, ki
monos, holokus, house dresses and children's garments.
THREE QlALITIES at. 7c, He, 12 1-Zc per yard.
Ladles' black Sateen underskirts, all In latest effects, from
$1 to $2.75.
SOME NEW GOODS
Blch novelties In LADIES' NECKWEAR, LADIES' FANCY
HOSIERY, Including Lisle Hose, black, white and tan.
The cry Jatest effects In polka dots.
PACIFIC IMPORT COMPANY, "
Progress Block, Fort Street.
CLIINTOIN J. HUTCI-niNS,
llPWINt Ii L W
McINERINY BLOCIC. PORT ST.
No More Dread
of the Dental Chair
TBBTIl EXTRACTED AND FILLBL
ABSOLUTELY WITHOUT PAIN b)
jur late scientific method applied to tbi
turns. No sleep-producing atenta 01
These are the only dental parlors ii
Honolulu having PATENTED APPL1
ANCE3 and Ingredients to extract. All
and apply gold crowns and porcelain
crowns undectecable from natural teetb
tnd warranted for ten years, WITH
OUT THE LEAST PAIN. All wort
done by ORADUATED DENTISTS ol
from It to 20 years' experience, am
each department In charge of a Special
ist Give us a call, and you will flm
iia to do exactly as we advertise. W
will toll you in advance exactly wba
our work will cost uy a FREE EX
rtct Teeth RR OO
fiold Crowns, ,...il $8.00
Gold Fillings Kl O
Silver FIHIngs 50c
!C3 '.U Vi
Our nnmn alnne will be n eiinmiit
that your work will b nf tho hoai
New Ynrk Dental Parlors,
Inmn I Fllto nulldliie Hot-
I.AWrS IN ("n-PVim
$'e nro now in shapo and prepared
to meet our customers.
Our Immenso stock of new styles are
'The ladles' Manlsh and the men's
College lasts aro in tho height of pop
ularity, and seem to sell themselves.
Next week wo shall Itemize some
of these, so that you might know how
one, up to date, Bhould bo dressed.
A Santa Claws
- - IN 8 11 APE OF - -
J& BIG -DISCOUNT
- SS ON - ALL - TOYS
s-AcL, BOUGHT FROM MB TO
.' rJiK THBIOth OF DECEMBER
I JUST OPIlNlJI) a larKe tock
of gooJs ordered before Inten
tion of altering front of store.
All mu.t be cle.ireJ out : ; :
E. W. JORDAN'S
J. H. FISHER
Stock and Bond Brokers.
FIRE ASSOCIATION, of Philadelphia.
WE8TERN A83URANCE CO, of T
Offices Stangenwald Bldf, Mr
HONOLULU STOCK BXCHANGfl
Honolulu, November 26, loot
KAME OF STOCK Sjfj"' J BI4
nrwr ftCompinv.. ono,oc iw 4t
MS "cMDU.C.0,1-1. to.roo loo ... in
L.B. Ktrr ft Co,, UJ.. 100,00 fe
feva Plinlatlon Co 4,000,000 n uV
HawttlinAcflculturatCo 1,000,000 100 a8o
Hawaiian Com at Su Co. f.jit.fso 100
Hawaiian Surar Co ,000,000 ao wH i
Honomu Sufir Co .... tt,ooo too tp lH
Honokaa Sugar Co .... tooo,ooo ao 11
Halktt Sugar Co ... vo.ooo too ..... boo
Kahuhu Plantation Co. 100.000 o ti .
KlrIPIanl.lo..Ltl t.ow.ouo 50 0); 11
Klpanulu Sugar Co, 160,000 tot to,
Koloa Sugar Co )oc,ooo too 179
McBrydabuCo.,LJ. ,ti,oot ao 6 to
0nu &uar l, . fcoap,ooo too ot 9!
'toma Sugar Co t,ooo,ono ao ajH
Ookala Sugar Plan, Co 100,000 a? 9 14
OlaaSu. Co., LU., ail Us,ooo ao a aM
OaaS 0.L1J, pd up 1 1 500,000 ao ti
Olowalu Company. ;, 1)0,000 100 no
Paauhau Su. Plan. Co. l.ooo,(xn 50 . ... .....
Pacldt Sugar Mill ooooo loo
Pata Plantation Co rso.000 ton o
Paptakao Sugar Co .,.. To.ooo ton if,
PlonaarMMICo.... 1150.000 1 00
Plontar Mill Co. Atua 500.000 100 4j
Walalua Agf. Co . . .500,000 too 55 60
Walluku Surar Co Too.ooc too
Walraanalo Sugar Co.. )t.ooo t. 1)5
Waltota Mill Co 15.000 too.. ri
WldarSttamhlpCo... 500.000 too ...
Hwlalana Saan N.Co 500.000 toe (a
.Uwallaa E'actrlcCo... .03,000 too
Hoa. Rapid T. Lan4Co 150,000 too too
Mutual Talaphon Co... 1.9,000 10 9 10
Oahu Rr Una Co... 1,000,000 too 95
Paoela'l lu at R'l'l Co 150,000 too
Flrat National Rank no
FltttA.S Bank It T. Co )M
HawallanGotr 5 par cant 97
Hllo R. R. Co. 0 ptrcant iod
Hoo. hapIS Trantlt 100
fcwa ptantal'n 6 par cant
Uahu R at Land Co. pr c ; io
Oahu Plantation 6 p c tat
Olaa Plantation 6 p c ,',
Walalua Agrlcul.t pc
WILLAIID E. BROWN.
W. A. LOVL
Halstead & Co.,
ON SUGAR SECURITIES.
921 Fort Street.
8tock and Bond Exchange.
Stock and Bond Broker
Member of Honolulu Stock Exelung.
Orders lor the purchase or sale of stock
ana bonds carefully and promptly executed,
Ground Floor, Judd Building.
Postoffice Box 390. Telephone iC.
Judd & Co., Ltd.
80T Stanftcnwald Building.
P. O. Box 087. Tel. Main SS8
Subscribers to the BULLETIN
not receiving their papers promptly
will confer a favor by notifying the
Bimincss Oilico; Telephone 250.
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