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KVENINO BULLETIN, HJl.OLULU, H. T., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1901.
NOW'S THE TIME TO BUY
Ileal hind-made Lace Curtains at ri
diculously low prices they comprise
IRISH POINT, SWISS BOBINETTE, NOTTINGHAM, ETC.
Positively the finest collection ever
offered to a wondering public.
The thriftiest women the best
Judges will be surprised how we can
sell them at such little prices. We'll
tell you; we know how to buy; we pay
cash and get liberal discounts. Some
of these Lare Curtains were Imported
before the new tailff Imposed a high
NOTTINGHAM LACE CURTAINS from $1.25 per pair upward;
an extra special value Is the $2.59 and $2.75 per pair kind for
92.00 per pair.
REAL IRI8H POINT, $7.00 per pair, Instead of 19.00.. etc.. etc.
BOBINETTE LACE CURTAINS, $10X10 per pair, Instead of
$15.00. etc., etc.
POINTE d'ESPRIT, with ruffles, $4.25 per pair.
SWISS LACE CURTAIN8, dotted patterns, with ruffle, $1.50 per
MARIEANTOINETTE PATTERNS, $20.00 per pair, Instead of
MADRAS' FOR CURTAINS, 25c and 35c per yard, Instead of
GOc and 7.V.
B. F. EHLERS &
Coolness and Comfort in the
Fiercest - Heat - of - Summer.
is a dry mineral powder mixed with water only. .
It is being uvd 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:
WALL, NICHOLS CO., LTD.
BUY THE BEST
i i i AT t t i
Turkeys and Chickens
Fat and Tender
Choice Turkey Fig
Detlclounly Stuffed Date.
Fresh Mince Meat
In Gl and Tins; Condensed an J In Bulk
New Layer Ral.lntt
In Fancy Cartons
Almoin Walnuts Filbert" Pecans
H. May & Co.
Boston Block, Fort 8trcet.
Tola. 22, 24, 92. P. O. box 386.
If your carpets are
soiled we will
take them up.
clean them, and
relay them for you
at very little cost.
given on : : : : :
: : : application.
HOPP & CO.,
Leading Furniture Dealers
Cor. King and Bethel Sts.
CO., FORT ST.
Alii-i- weeks of preparation our storo
lb ready for Inspection. Santa Claus
U here to assist and has placed his
ktter liux In our store. Kach and
ery little boy and girl on the Islnndi. in
lnllid to write to him. A uucctlful
doll Is offered as n prize to the. littlo
Klrl ami a fine coaster wagon to tlio
little boy writing the most original let
ter. On Xnins Evo they will be opened
uml prizes awaided by representatives
rrum tlie Honolulu press. I'ru-a on
exhibition In our windows, : : . ,
WHYTE & MACKAY
W. C. Peacock & Co.,
A Smooth Scotch Whiskey
Drink No Other.
TEL. MAIN 84.
MpIb. H. H. Williams
Art Embroidery and Stamping.
Full line of Art Materials : :
Art Embroidery Taught : :
Love Rulldlnft, Fort Street
M. Phillips & Co.
Wholtuls Importer and Jobbers.
European and American Dry Goods.
Fort and Quten Sts.
H. HackfeitU Co., Ltd.
General Commission Agents.
Cor. Fort and Queen Streets, Honolulu.
THIS SPACfc RE8ERVED FOR
Governor Dole said: "It Is best to
bo particular about tliu authenticity
Accuracy Ih next In Importance), Ac
turatu copies tint guaranteed when
J. D. AVERY, Public Typewriter
Tel. Main 16. Over Harts, Hotel St.
wi.l! the wnne. nf seamen on the
Coast and especially In San Francisco.
arc nt prcsenrlowcr than at.any tlmo'
for several years there Is a probability
that In Honolulu, where tho supply of
men Is a little short the wages will be
put up to $50 a month. Thero Is trou-j
bio on lust now between Turk &Ijewla.
and tho captain ofthe Denj.F.I'ackard.
lie anii)eu u nun iitw nuii.il laiuv
from the Roanoke. Tho men were
purposely paid oft by the captain of tho
latter vessel bo that they could ship
on the other vessel. Their clothes were
put aboard but a short tlmo when they
all left. It Is claimed that they re
fused to go mates with the balanco
of the crew who are negroes. Tho men
shipped through n firm other than
I.owls & Turk.
Now Captain Allen Is looking for
men and declares that ho will And
sailors without the aid of the shipping
masters. The latter claim that the
Packard will not be fable to sail tin
less they put the crew aboard and that
rather than sec a crew go aboard they
will play In wVh tho Sailors' Union
and Jump the price to what tho Union
wants to charge. Under theso circum
stances with $50 a month In sight ths
men on all the ships would be liable, to
leave them and this will mean a tl
up of all the vessels now hero.
As both Captain Allen and the ship
ping masters aro standing firm there
Is likely to be something doing on tbt
front before long. Allen Is known as
a man who does not tako much non
sense and tho shipping masters at
present seem to have corralled all the
sailors In port. Under the present
circumstances the vagrancy law will
begin operating along tho waterfront
In a short time. The police have thclf
eyes on many of the- sailors who have
been doing nothing for a long time
and very soon will begin dragging
them In to explain how they are mak
lnw .lint llvtni '
The Masters and Pilots' Association
Is preparing for a grand Christmas
Fully n hundred Chlneso wcro under
the moot tree of the "Third House"
on. the Capitol grounds at tho noon
recess of the Klre Claims Commission.
Tho Navy transport Solace sailed
for (luam and Manila yesterday morn'
Ing at 10 o'clock, alio was assisted
out of tho dock by tho Fearless.
Tho bark Santiago and barkcntlno
Archer wero taken to tho channel
wharf this morning to be smoked. As
soon as ready the Santiago will leave
for San Krunclsco In ballast.
Tho steamer Maul Is, billed to sail
for Hawaii ports, Including llllo, to
morrow at noon She will have a full
load of freight. Included In her cargo
Is some of tho machinery for tho now
mill at 1'uako.
Harry Whitney accompanied Curtis
I'. luukea on n shooting foray from
Wlaalua yesterday, returning early Tn
the afternoon with a goodly bag of
pheasants and plover.
. Tho transport Meade was tho only
vessel In tho harbor that was regular
ly decorated yesterday. Aboard thero
was a sumptuous Thanksgiving din
ner Berved, at which many townles
wcro present and enjoyed tho hospi
tality of the ship's people.
Two men wero left over by the So
lace. One nt least, did not Intend to
depart on that transport. He was ar
rested by the pollco hut, after being
taken aboard, he ngain deserted and
was seen at a luau last night.
Apuu, a Chinese boy, was arrested
this forenoon on the chargo of dis
obedience to parents. Ho remained
away from homo for five weeks. This
was tho only arrest recorded at the
receiving station up to 12 noon.
J. Ilatchclor. Inspector of Licenses,
on his tour of Oahu nail visited up till
yesterday, Iaea. Walpahu, Kwa, l'cari
City and Waialua. This morning he
was 'going to Kaiiuku, whence ho
would proxced to Lalo and tho other
villages on the Koolau sldo.
Among tho thanksgiving guests at
Halelwa Hotel were Mr. and Mrs.
Thos. O. Thrum, Mtss Thrum, Walter
M. Glffurd. Miss Jennie Glffard, Mr.
and Mrs. J. . Tucker, mt. and Mrs.
John Rfflnger and children. Mr. and
Mrs. II. O. Mlddlcdltch, Mrs. Fred.
Waldron of Volcano House. Messrs.
Uatchelor, Rowland and I.llllo.
Under the guiding hand of Manager
Lake tho Royal Hawaiian hotel placed
before Kb guests one of the most com
plete Thanksgiving dinners ever got
ten up In the history of tho hotel. The
dining room and adjoining lanal was
artistically decorated with ferns and
potted plants, miniature table lights,
etc., the whole presenting a vcrltabl
bower of beauty; The menu was an
elegant affair In gold and whlto and
It was eagerly sought for as a souvenir.
Fully ISO persons partook of dinner
which had been most elegantly pro
pared and served by Jules Harda, who
has a reputation as a chef extending
over a series of years.
A SOCIAL HIGHWAYMAN
The Nelll company will present "A
Social Highwayman" at tho Opera
Houso this evening. Mr. NcllI will be
seen as Courtlco Jeffrey, a young man
moving In the best society, who takes
ndvnntage of his position by robbing
his friends and acquaintances. H
finally falls In lovo with a charming
girl and repents, but admits his guilt
when It Is Uncus n to him that his
friend, Gorton Ilailoy, Is accused of
his theft. The conclusion of tho play
comes with Jeff ray's death.
Tho first and second nets, which oc
cur In tho apartments of Courtlco Jof.
fray, nrrnrd aimilo opportunity for uli
gant scenery, furnishings and cos
tumes, nnd tho gowns worn by .MUh
Kil tho Chapman mid the ladles o.
tho NcllI company nro marvels of the
tlrcHsinul.Ing art. Tno third act oc
curs In an nitlst'a studio, whurn tho
nnlqtuni'ss and orlglnalltv of Interior
dei (nations nro charmingly displayed,
Tliu loiutli act. whom the most dm
nuitle scones of tint play tako )ihrn, Is
In tho country homo of Mis. Munyoii
I'ylo. Tho ttngo furnlsliliigs will lw
put In place this evening In view of
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Sake tubs for sate; Fountain Saloon.
A Sterling bicycle has been stolen.
Sec page 8.
An auction .sale, of new safes will ba
at Morgan's Tuesday,
Auction sale of furniture Tuesday.
Sco Jas. F. Morgan's column.
Jas. F. Morgan will sell books ana
billiard tables at auction Tuesday,
a special meeting of Eagles will bo
held Sunday. Sec notice under New
'Hotte, am, narnpB8 nt mlctlon Sal.
un,ay Sco Ja8 F Morgan's column
on nace o
There will be an auction sale of fur
niture Monday. Sco Jas. F. Morgan's
column on page 8.
Sample loaves of bread given away
free by tho New England Uakery. Seo
their ad In this lssud.
Meet me at the Fountain the popu
lar Ico cream and soda water resort;
Wall, Nichols Co., Ltd.
The stock books of the Oahu Sugat
Co, will bo closed to transfers from
Nov. 2Sth to Dec. 1st Sco ad.
Onlnr? to n invent cnlil Mrs A. It.
Otis was unable to sing at the union
i nanssgiving services yesicruay.
From today tne Flsbmarket will bo
closed at 5:30 o'clock p. m. on week
days and 9 o'clock a. m. on Sunday.
Dourbon whiskey 6 years old, $3.50;
claret, SO cents; sherry and Tokay, 75
cents a gallon It Hoffschlaeger Co.'s,
Louis Reynolds, purser of the Hel-
ene. Is enjoying a well earned vacation
Ho will probably make a trip to Maul
for a couple of weeks.
Tho big Kakaako Japancso assault
caso In which eight men are charged
with beating a native boy. s on In the
Police Court this afternoon.
Thore will be a meeting of the Hoard
rt Health at the regular time this af
ternoon for tho purpose, of discussing
the lwllel slaughter houso problem.
Peach and Apple Jack (brandy),
from old Kentucky, for Southerners
and others, at the Encoro Saloon,
northwest corner Nuuanu and Hotel
The Gladys and several of the (mail
er boats wcro out yesterday. As thn
wind was from the south and very
light, tho boats did not do any remark
Tho Y. M. C. A. has taken large
packages of good reading matter to tho
transport Itosecrnns, but 400 soldiers
with a long voyago ahead would b
gtad of more.
1 A llnirri n npnmln.nl m.r.hnnl
" ."" - " " v. .........
ftom Koloa has been In tho city for
tho past few days laying In a supply of
holiday goods. He leaves tonight In
Tho neighborhood of tho Navy docks
Is very busy theso days. Tho two
transports are coaling and tho big
ship Koanokc Is discharging her cargo
with a double force.
Honolulu'Photo Supply Co. tiesldcs
doing the best printing and developing
In the city for the least money: supplv
amateur and professionals with alt
If anyone Is looking for trouble to
day, he can get it easily by asking any
of tho members of tho Honolulu Ath
letic Club football team how the garni
was yesterday afternoon.
Don't forget Camarlnos of tho Call
fornla Fruit Market when you w.im
fruit and vegetables. He always hah
on hand a fresh supply of both Califor
nia and Island fruits. Telephone Main
Attention Is called to tho fact that
steerage passengers on the Alameda
lenving her on December 4th must see
to It that transportation matters arc
attended to by 5 o'clock Monday after
noon. A runaway Rapid Transit car on
I'ensacola street yesterday frightened
many of tho passengers. Ono man
Jumped off nnd was badly rolled. Ho
was not Injured asldo from a row
In the Polce Court thta forenoon,
fourteen Chinese gamblers were fined
$10 and costs on tho charge of gamb
ling. Ono of tho gang had his case
nolle pros'd because he testified for the
"The drink problem in tho twen
tieth century" Is tho subject of the
meeting In Y, M. C. A. hall Sunday af
ternoon. Tho address will bo delivered
by W. D. Elkin, chaplain of tho Ka
Tho last steamers carrying express
to the Mainland In flme for delivery
before Christmas leave here Dec. 4
and 10. Those desiring to remember
friends nnd relatives will do well to
keep this fact In mind and consult the
Wells, Fargo Co. agent. Sco ad on
In the Police Court this forenoon, D
Esplnda was fined $5 and costs on the
charge of heedless driving yesterday
Ah See and Ackermann, two mora
hackmen, were lined (wlca that amount
on the same chargo. The police art
keeping a sharp lookout for tho vio
lators of the hack regulations. Any
infractions will meet with summary
There was no meeting of the execu
tive committee of the Homo Rule par
ty last night on account of tho day
being given up by Honolulu people to
tho celebration of Thanksgiving. There
has been no meeting for two weeks so
that tho session on next Thursday
night will be brimful of business. It
Is understood that the Home Rulers
have quite a. number of Important sub
jects to consider.
Messrs. Harry Jucn, J, H. Schnack
and Wm. Snvldgo are looking for mor?
trouble with Kamnkee and tho people
who arc backing her, In tho mattct of
the piece of property near the McCully
tinct which Mr. Schnack claims ha
owns. The natives say that, notwith
standing their having been turned
down In tho I'olko Court, they still
Intend to go back and take possession
of tho property. Probably when they
go again to tliu plai'e, thero will bo n
large number of them. On Friday last,
Mr. Jucn stuwl oft a crowd of soernl
natlvcB, headed by Kamakeo's attor
ney. Ho was on tho fronj lanal of Ilia
hoiiko urtned with a club. Tho crowd
looked at him n little while, saw he
meant business and wulked off, prom
ising to return at an early date.
:::::::s settled :
a a QCv e nrc now m snaP nn' prepared a
swt nlec' our CU8,omcri'-
L Pp T Our lramcnso stock of now stylos nro J
CeSS'?' selling easily. w
J mmmm The ladles' Manlsh and the men's 2
College lasts aro In tho height of pop- w
9 ularlty, and seem to sell themselves. w
J Next week wo' shall Itemize somo w
W of these, bo that you might know how W
)) one, up to date, should bo dressed, Q
I MGINERNY SHOE STORE :
t cts per yd.
Immense lot of tho Very Latest Designs In French Flannel
ettes Just placed on sale. Wo mada an unusually good buy when
we bought this lot, which consists of Oro cases of 130 differ
ent styles nnd, tako this chanto of offering you a big bargain.
Tho goods arc as perfect as any wo havo over seen. Kx
amino every yard as closely as you please. Uuy only when thor
oughly convinced that you arc getting more than your money's
Wo show over sixty different stripes nlone, and hnvo tiny
checks, largo checks. Scotch plaids, patterns In dark, medium
nnd light shades; plain shades In cream, white, pink, grey, bluo
Then; Flannelettes will make handsomo waists, wrappers, ki
monos, bolokus, houso dresses and children's garments.
THIEE QUALITIES at 7c, lie, 12 l-2c per yard.
Ladies' black Sateen undcrsklrto, all In latest effects, from
SOME NEW GOODS
.Rich novelties In LADIES' NECKWEAR, LADIES' FANCY
HOSIERY, Including Lislo Hose, black, white and tan.
The very latest effects In polka dots.
PACIFIC IMPORT COMPANY, "
ProfiresH Block, Fort Street.
CLIINTOIN J. HUTCMIINS,
y"" ii inn h,..
McIINERIMY BLOCK. PORT ST.
No More Dread
ofthe Dental Chair
TEETH EXTRACTED AND FILLED
ABSOLUTELY WITHOUT PAIN bj
our late scientific method applied to thr
gums. No sleep-producing agents 01
These are the only dental parlors .It'
Honolulu having PATENTED APPL1
ANCES and Ingredients to extract, fill
aud apply gold crowns and porcelalL
crowns undectecable from natural teett
and warranted for ten years, WITH
OUT THE LEAST PAHJJ. All wort
done by OUADUATED DENTISTS 01
from 12 to 20 years' experience, am
each department In charge nf a Special
1st, Oive us a call, and you will flnt
us to do exactly as we advertise. Wi
will tell you in advam-o exactly whs
your ork will cost nv a FREE EX
Set Teeth SB 0
Gold Crowns Srl.Ot
Gold rilllnc...., l(0
HRver Filling. no,
Our name, nlone will U n eiiiirxt'i'
that your work will b of tho tir'
New York Dental Parlor:
Room t Elite rtiilMlne: ltfi-1
LAPIES IN iTTpwni""'
A Santa Claus
- - IN SHAPE OF - -
-Jt BIG -DISCOUNT
3S ON -ALL -TOYS
J f BOUGHT FROM MB TO
rE THBIOth OF DECEMBER
JUST OPUNIin a large htock
of, goods ordered before Inteif
tlon of altering front of store.
. ' All must be irle.ireJ out s ; :
F. W. JORDAN'S
: : :
J. H. FISHER
Stock and Bond Brokers.
FIRE ASSOCIATION, of PhllidslphlV
WESTERN A8SURANCE CO, of T
Offices Stangenwald Bldg., MM
HONOLULU 8TOCK KXCHANGB
Honolulu, November ig, loot
NAME OF STOCK Sjf ? BU t
Brewer St Cointiny.. ooo.er e m
H S SldlDO.Co,tM. 69,000 o 10.
LB. Km Co., Ltd.. too.oo r
. Hinlillon Co . . 1 .000,000 " wV
H.wilUnAplculturaICo 1.000,0m 100 ) .
HawtlunCom StSuCo. Mi,ry oo .
Hawtll.nSuctrCo .. 1,000,000 o flH ,t
Honomu Sueir Co .... fso.000 loo tt)(
Hofiok.a Sugar Co tooo.ooo to 1. .
Haiku Sugar Co .... yv,ooo loo ... ton
Kab.ku Plantation Co.. 500,000 r t
Klhal Plant C0..I1I 1.010,000 p t)i 11
Klfatiulu Sugar Co 160.000 toe ,.
Koloa Sugar Co )oc,ooo too .
MrRryo'tStlCo..L4. . ,..x k 6 1
C"hu Su,rat Co. . i.(o,ooo 100 s
P-wmra Sugar Co 1.000,000 i ...
Ookala Sugar Plan. Co oo,oao .?
Olaa Su. Co.. Ltd.. a I Mt.000 ao i!i ....
OaaS 1 o,Ltd, rd up I ijoo,ooo k 1
UlowaluCon-canr noooo 'oo 11.
Paautiau Su. Plan. Co . 1.000,001 to ....
Patlrlc Sugar Mill joooo too in
Pal Plantation Co.... jo.ooo too tva
Prpnkao Sugar Co .. t5o.0 !
Plonttr Mill Co i.t$o.o 100.... o.
Plon.tr Mill Co. Aimi joo.000 10c ,1
Waialua Agr. Co joo,ooo 100 to
Walluku Sugar Co 700.00c 100
Walmanalo Sugar Co . aja,ooo too 1)1 ....
Walmaa Mill Co 111.000 oo . ..
MISCELLANEOUS. ' ')
Wl dtr Stcamahlp Co... on.ooo 100 tm
totir-litand Suam N.Co 300.000 too ...... to m
r1aallan E'Ktrlc Co... (03.000 100 8),
Hoa. Rapid T.lt LondCo 150,000 too too
Mutual T.lipnon Co... 19,000 10 0.
Oahu Ry h Land Cou . 1,00000 too n
Paopla'a lea ft RTi Co to,ooo too ....
Rrtt National Bark . j
FlntA.S BiakfcT.Co mo .!
Hawaiian Gov j par cm or j
Hlloft. R. Co.6prnnt too if
Hon. aiapld Transit mo .
Ewo piantat'n 6prcant k
Oahu Rfc Land Co. pre rof
Oahu Plantation 6 p c 101 A
Olaa Plantation 6 p e t ft
Waialua Agrlcul. 6 p c 3t
PETERSON In this city. November a
28, 1901, to Mr. and Mrs. Nick I'eter- J
ton, a son. ' 1
KALAMA In this city, November 27, M
1901, to the wlfo of T. S. Kalama, a ,9
daughter, . 3
SIEOKNEll In this city. November
26, 1901, nt tho Queen's Hospital, ot
heart disease, Ixiwls Slegener, lata
mate of tho gasollno schooner
Eclipse, aged 54 years.
W1LLARD B. BROWN.
fialstead & Co.,
ON SUGAR SECURITIES.
921 Fort Street
8toek and Bond Exchange.
Stock and Bond Broker $
Member of Honolulu Stock Szehuir
Orders tor the purchase or sale of docks
ana bonds carefully and promptly axscutsd.
Ground Floor, Judd BulMlng.
Postoffice Box 390. Telephone rta,
dudd & Co., Ltd.
80T Stangenwald Building.
P. O. Box 007. Tel. Main 888