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KVBNINO BULLETTS, BJ..OLULTJ, H. T., SATURDAY, NOV. 30, 1501.
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a 1 JSP
NOW'S THE TIME TO BUY
Real hand-made I.aco Curtains at ri
diculously low prlceB they comprise
IRISH POINT, SWISS BOBINETTE, NOTTINGHAM, ETC.
Positively 'the finest collection ever
ottered 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 Lace Curtains were Imported
before the new tariff Imposed a high
NOTTINGHAM LACE CURTAINS from $1.25 per pair upward;
an extra special valuo Is the J2.50 and $2.75 per pair kind for
$2.00 per pair. , .
REAL IRISH POINT. 7.00 ner oalr. Instead of $9.00.. etc.. etc.
BOBINETTE LACE CURT AIMS, $10.00 per pair, Instead of
115.00. etc.. etc.
POINTE d'E3PRIT,-wlth HI
8WI8S LACE CURTAINS,
MARIE ANTOINETTE PA
MADRAS FOR CURTAIN
60c and 75c.
flies, $4.25 per pair.
dotted patterns, with ruffles, $1.50 per
TTERNS, $20.00 per pair, Instead of
8, 25c and 35c per yard, Instead of
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 used 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:
Ready at Last
ITS CLAIM FOR ACTION
Dalzell of Pennsylvania and Roberts
of Massachuaetts Offer Strong
Opposing Arguments to
Washington, Nov. 18. The Presi
dent's time today was largely taken
up In tho discussion of reciprocity.
Senator Cullom oi Illinois and Hcpre
Bentatlvo Dalzell of Pennsylvania had
something to say to him on that sub
ject, and a delegation of agricultural
Implement manufacturers, consisting
of James Doorlng of Chicago, A. 11.
Farquhar of York, Pa., and V. V.
Darker of New York, who aro hero to
attend the reciprocity convention
which meets tomorrow, presented a
memorial strongly urging that somo
thing ho done.
The delegation told the President
thnt In Its opinion tho tlmo for action
had come. Reciprocity had been talk
ed and preached about for years, and
unless a decisive step was taken now
which would dffect tno whole subject.
It might as well bo abandoned. Tho
members of tho delegation said they
had no particular Interest In nny of
tho treaties, but thought, taken alto
gether, that tho French treaty more
neurly represented tho best possibili
ties In the' way of reciprocity, and thnt
If It could be ratlncd a distinct victory
would be won.
Senator Cullom, after his Interview
with the President, talked in tho same
vein. His attitude is considered ay
important and as actually settled that
he will be at the head of tho Foreign
Dalzell. who talked with the Presi
dent for almost half an hour, 1b hostile
to all tno reciprocity.
"Tho only reciprocity I favor," said
he, "is reciprocity on tho basis of non
competing articles. The '20 per cent
cut on textile fabrics In tho French
treaty would destroy tho textile Indus
tries of Pennsylvania. While thero Is
just now much talk of reciprocity. In
my opinion nomine will bo done dim
lug the coming session of Congress."
Representative Roberts of Mnssn
chusctts, another of tnc President's
callers today, said thero was a strong
land, "iiut, said he. "we do not want
the sort of reciprocity that will open
our markets to lorelgn competitors
sentiment for reciprocity In New Eng
and give us nothing In return."
Mr. Huberts said that the leather
mcu of tho country were organized to
secure the removal oi tho duties on
After weeks of preparation our store
Is rendy for inspection. Santa Claus
Is here to assist and has placed blB
letter box In our store. Each and ev
ery little boy and girl on the Islands In
Invited to write to him. A beautiful
loll Is ottered as a prize to the llttlo
girl und a fine coaster wagon to tho
little boy writing the most original Iel
ter. On Xmns Eve they will be owned
and prizes awarded by representatives
from tno Honolulu press. Prizes on
exhibition in our windows. : : :
WALL, NICHOLS CO., LTD.
BUY THE BEST
t t l AT t t l
Turkeys and Chickens
Fat and Tender
Choice Turkey Fl
Dcllclously 8tutfed Dates
Fresh Mince Meat
In Glas and Tins; Condensed an J In Bulk
New Layer Raisins
In Fancy Cartons
Almons Walnuts Filberts Pecans
H. May & Co.
Boston Block, Fort Street.
Tell. 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.
BOPP & CO.,
Leading Furniture Dealers
Cor. King and Bethel Sts.
WHYTE & MACKAY
I aa . ! II i t
W. C. Peacock & Co.,
A Smooth Scotch Whiskey
Drink No Other.
TEL MAIN 64.
Mps. H. H. Williams
Art Embroidery and Stamping.
Full line of Art Materials : :
Art Embroidery Taught : :
Love Building, Fort Street
M. Phillips & Co.
Wholesale Importer, and Jobber.
European snd American Dry Goods.
Fort and Queen St..
H. Hackfeid & Co., Ltd.
General Commission Agents.
Cor. Fort and Queen Street., Honolulu.
THI8 SPACe. RESERVED FOR
Governor Dole .aid: "It Is beat to
be particular nbout the authenticity
Accuracy Is next In Importance. Ac
curato copies are guaranteed when
J. D. AVERY, Public Typewriter.
Tel. Main 16. Over Hart., Hotel St.
M WAS I
There was but n medium house Ia8t
night to bco "A Social Highwayman
played by the Nelll company. It Is
a dramatization by Mary r'. Stonu of
the story by Elizabeth Phlpps Train
In Llpplncott's nlagnnnc. The com
pany did It excellent jiutlce. Every
member of tho following cast seemed
to exhibit his and her best quality to
the extent of their respective roles:
fourtico Jntlray Mr. Nelll
Jenkins Hanby Robert Morns
Carolus Despard John W. Durton
Gordon Key Frank MacVlciirs
Livingston Rcmscn Scott Seaton
Oeorgo Haftlctt Gilbert Gardner
Morton nancy.... Gcorgo llloomqncst
Elinor Ilurnham Julia Dean
Duchess of Clayborongh
Mary Elizabeth Korbcs
Mrs. Miinyon Pylo.... Lucille Snlnnev
Scnora Leila Caprices
Dora Ijl Fargo Louise Ilrownell
.Mrs. Donne Lillian Andrews
Mr! Nelll as tho refined villain in
the titular rolo had an able serond
In Mr. Morris a partner In tho "pro
fession," whllo Miss Forbes gave a
brilliant representation of tho adven
turess these forming a triangular sit
nation at tho focus of tho plot of In
There was an abundance of thrill
in tho action, first at tho description
of himself as of a third party by Jar
fray to tho group of familiar spirits
whereof he was at oneo tho entertain
er and tho lion, secondly at the spirit
ualistic seanco In Despard's Btudlo
and lastly a quick succession of sen
sations beginning with the unjust no
rusatlon of Harley and ending with
janrays tragic death by a falling arch
or pediment Immediately after ho had
pobly confessed his criminality when
his devoted servant Hanby would
bavo sacrificed Harley by falsehood as
n scapegoat to savo his master. In
the denouement Professor Uerger's or
chestra acquitted itself grandly with
the music. The orchestra did Its parr
well throughout tho evening.
Detween the second and third acts
tb'u seeno was changed In view of the
audience from a drawing-room to an
artist's studio. This performance was
almost as entertaining bb an act of
tho play. The change required was
a radical one. but the manager had his
rorps so well drilled that It was ef
fected without a particle of confusion.
OLMOS In Honolulu, November 29.
1901. to tho wlfo of Manuet Olmog,
Mr. and Mrs. James Nelll gave a
dinner party at the Hawaiian hotel af
ter tho performance at the Opera
Houso last night. The Ewa lanal was
used for the occasion. The table was
decorated with red carnations. After
the dinner, the piano was moved to the
lanal and then began the fun of danc
Ing. Tho guests were as follows: Dr.
anil Mrs. Cooper, Miss Ilertha Den
Taylor, J. Tarn McOrew, A. L. C. At
kinson, Lieut. Hancock, Dr. McAdory.
M. P. I'rosser, Capt. Herrlman, Rout.
Shingle, Mr. and Mrs. Lake, Julia Dean
Miss Forbes, Miss Spinney, Miss
Ilrownell, Edwin Nelll, Robt. Most
and Mrs. Mayhall.
Thero will bo a special sermon
preached nt St Andrew's Cathedral by
Rov. Cnnon A .It of Wnllukii Sunday
morning. In tho ovenlng thero will be
a snnclnl sermon by Rov. Dr. Woy.
mouth of Luhnlnn'. Special offerings'
will bo.mndo for tno benefit of the
Diocesan Hoard of Missions.
Nigel Jackson has clven un bis no
sltlon as n special officer nt Kealla,
Kauai, nmi is hack: ngnln,ln tho cltv.
Ho Is thinking of leaving soon for
San Francisco to enter Into business.
H I U
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Edmund Horo of Walalua Is In town.
Sister Ilonavcntura his gone to Ha
waii. The James Makec returned from Kn-
pnn this morning.
Paul Jarrett was a passenger In the
Mauna Loa today.
Dr. McMillan of Walannc was in
town this morning.
The Elks had a big celebration after
the meeting last night.
John II. Hakcr returned to Maul In
the Mauna Loa today.
The W. G. Hall will be in from Kauai
ports tomorrow morning.
The boys of the reform school had a
fine turkey dinner on Thanksgiving
Doth the steamers Maul and Mauna
Loa took largo malls for the big Island
Tho Supreme Court will sit on
Monday. Hllo cases will have prece
dence. Mrs. N. E. W. Todd was a passcngci
for Koloa In the Mlkahala yesterday
Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Fcnnell of Puna-
luu, Kau, returned home In the Mauna
Tho next regular mall from th
CoaBt will be by the Doric due here oq
Tho Ilrltlsh bark Antlopc arrived nt
Neah Day on the 20th after a fast trip
up from Kahulul.
Miss Hen II. Taylor, a school teacher
Df Kau, returned to that district In
the Mauna Loa today.
Dc.lrnblo rooms in Cottago Walk.
Vineyard street, arc for rent. ' Se9 Tu
Let column on page 8,
The Hogans visited the German ship
Llta yesterday and wcro entertained
aboard by CapUIn Harms.
Tho nicest Christmas present is u
box of Manila cigars. Lee Toma & Co.
No. 33 King street, sells them,
Tho Territorial committee of tho Re
publican party will meet in headquar
ters Monday evening at 7:31) o'clock.
Bourbon whiskey C years old, 3.D0;
claret, 60 cents; sherry and Tokay, 75
cents a gallon at Hoffsrhlaegcr Co.'s,
According to a late San Francisco
paper the revenue cutler Dear Is ex.
ported to sail for the Islands In the
C. V, Kcenan of tho Hobron Drug
Co. and P. S. Peachy leave today In
the schooner Mohican far a vacation
trip to San Francisco.
The Wnlnlcale for Koloa, Elcclc anj
Au.ihnl.i, Kapaa and Kllauca. will both
Hanapepe und the James Makec for
rail a" 4 o'clock Satmday afternoon.
Tho clergy of tho Anglican Church
throughout tho Islands aro now gnth
eied in Honolulu for tho purposo oi
attending tho Synod, which meets on
Peach nnd Apple Jack (brandy),
from old Kentucky, for Southerners
nnd others, nt the Encore Saloon,
northwest corner Nuuapu and Hotel
Honolulu Ixcal Carpenters' Union
No. 1 announces In todays Issue tlit
regular meeting for Thursday even
ing of next week. Duslncss of Impor
tance affecting tho trado will h
The transport Meade sailed for Ma
nila this morning. She was very deep
laden anil It took great care to get her
away from the dock and pointed out
The Hoard of Health passed a vote
of thanks to tho Republican for Us
efforts In raising subscriptions for the
thanksgiving dinner of the Insane
Andrew Moore, the former successful
manager of tho Piiauhau plantation on
the Is land of Hawaii, has arrived In
New York city from England en routo
to Sail Francisco.
Hugh McMillan, an old resident of
Honolulu, Is in the Queen's Hospital
Ho has sustained an operation for In
ternal nbsccss and his condition is
Honolulu Photo Supply Co, besides
doing the best printing and developing
In the city for the least money; supply
amateur and professionals with all
Gomes & McTlghe, liquor dealers,
aro early In the field with a most at
tractive calendar for their patrons.
This popular liquor house never hai
anything but the best.
Any member of the Healanl Yacht
and Doat Club wishing seats at the
Myrtle benefit on Monday night can
obtain the same from Frank Wood
bridge or P. J. Church.
Tim Kllohana Art League's exhibi
tion In the rooms In tho Progress
block closes tonight. The exhibition
Is open to the public during the day
and from 7 to 9 o'clock In the evening
Passengers for San Francisco In the
Alameda arc notified that they must
have their tickets by Monday after
noon, December 2d. The steamer sails
for San Francisco on Wednesday after
noon at 4. o'clock.
The bark Mohican was ready to sail
for San Francisco this forenoon but
Captain Kelly told his passengers that
he would not go until there was somo
alps of wind. The vtssel will prob
ably sail this nftcnoon.
Harry Webb, freight clerk for tho
O. S. S. Co., was about on tho Oceania
wharf this morning all toggrej out In
a new uniform, the cap of which had
upon It tho Insignia of his office. Mr.
Webb has been the envy of the wholo
katcrfront all day long.
The OcrnnJc wharf Is to be bulk
headed. As soon as tho Alameda Balls
for San Francisco work of making tlin
big dock rut proof will begin under
the supervision of Superintendent
Campbell. It Is thought that the work
will bo finished for the reception of
tho next through boat of tho Ocennle
The Punahou football team will
probably not play any moro games,
durluti tho present season, An nt
tnmpt Is being madfa by tho Honolulu
Athletic Club boys to get n gnma with
tho PunnhoiiB just to show thnm that
they can play ball with a full team,
Howover, It Is not thought that the
PunahoiiH will accept any proposition
of this Mnd.
Wo aro now In shapo and prepared
to meet our customers.
Our Immense stock of new Btyles aro
The Indies' Manlsh and tho men's
Collcgo lasts aro In tho height of pop
ularity, and seem to sell themselves.
Next week wo shall Itemize somo
of these, so that you might know how
one, up to date, should bo dressed.
M1NERNY SHOE STORE
T cts per yd.
Immenso lot oi tho Very Latest Design, in French Flannel
ette. Just placed on Bale. We mndo an unusually good buy when
we bought this lot, which consists of flvo cases of 130 differ
ent styles and tnl.o thlo chauco of offering you a big bargain.
The goods arc as perfect as any wo havo ever Been. Ex
amine every yard as closely ns you please. Buy only when thor
oughly convinced that you arc getting moro than your money's
Wc show over sixty different stripes alone, and havo tiny
checks, largo checks, Scotch plaids, patterns In dark, medium
and light shades; plain shades In cream, white, pink, grey, bluo
These Flannelettes will roako handsome waists, wrappers, Ul
monoB, holokus, bouse dresses and children's garments.
THREE QUALITIES at 7c, 10c, 12 l-2c per yard.
J. H. FISHER
Stock and Bond Brokers.
FIRE ASSOCIATION, of Phll.d.lphlV
WESTERN A88URANCE.CO, of To
LadicB black Sateen underskirts, all In latest effects, from
1 to 2.75.
SOME NEW GOODS
Rich novelties In LADIES' NECKWEAR, LADIES' FANCY
HOSIERY, including Llslo Hose, black, whlto and tan.
Tho very latest effects In polka dots.
PACIFIC IMPORT COMPANY, "
Progress Block, Fort Street.
Alnbama Adopts Constitution.
Montgomery, Ala., Nov. 2LOovcr-
nor Jenks today issued a proclamation
announcing the ratification of tho new
constitution by 20,701 votes, and de
claring that the new Instrument shall
become effective Thanksgiving day.
CLIINTOIN J. HUTCHI1NS,
WILLARD E. DROWN.
W. A. LOVE.
Halstead & Co:;
ON SUOAR SECURITIES.
921 Fort Street.
Stock and Bond Exchange.
McINBRlW BLOCK. PORT ST.
Stock and Bond Broker
Member of Honolulu Stock Exehingi
Orders for the purchase or sale of stock,
ana bonds carefully and promptly xcuUd,
Ground Floor, Judd Building.
Pojtoffice Box 300. Ttlephoo. it.
Judd & Co., Ltd.
80T Stanftenwald Bulldlaft.
P. O. Box COT. Tel. Main 888
No More Dread
of the Dental Chair
TEETH EXTRACTED AND FILLED
ABSOLUTELY WITHOUT PAIN by
our late scientific method applied to the
gums. No sleep-producing agents 01
These are the only dental parlor, to
Honolulu having PATENTED APPLI
ANCES and Ingredient, to extract. All
and apply gold crowns and porcelain
crowns undectecable from natural teeth
and warranted for ten years, WITH
OUT THE LEAST PAIN. All wort
tone by GRADUATED DENTISTS ol
from 12 to 20 years' experience, and
each department In charge of a Special.
1st Give us" a call, And you will find
ub to do exactly a. we advertise. Wc
will tell you In advance exactly wbal
your work will cost oy a FREE EX'
Set Teeth SS.OO
Gold Crowns 85)00
Gold Fillings $l.O0
Silver Fillings SOc
Our name nlone will be a guaranty
that your work will bo ot the best
New York Dental Parlors,
Room 4, Elite nulldlng. Hotel Street
LADIES IN ATTENDANCE.
A Santa Claus
Surprise ' ' 1
- - IN SHAPE OF - -
. BIG DISCOUNT
" ON -ALL -TOYS
JVf BOUGHT FROM MB TO
- C TUB 10th OF DECEMBER
J U8T OPENIltt a large stock
of goojs orJered before Interc
' tlon of altering front of store.
All must be cleared out : :
B. W. JORDAN'S
Offices Stangenwald Bldg., MO
HONOLULU STOCK BXCHANGB
Honolulu, November p, igol :
NAME OF STOCK gfl J Bit AH
C. Brw sCompiny.. t.ono,on t 4M I
M.S ShDG.Co,lM. 60,000 loo I
LB.Ktrrft Co., Ltl.. , y i
e PUnmlon Co .... j.000.000 ill. nW
Ha.altinAtTtculturtlCo i,wo,ooo too rtj n$
HtwalianCom.SiSu Co. t.ilf.tso too ... (
HawallanSatar Co .... t,ooo,ooo o )i
Honomu SuRif Co .... TI0.000 too iJtH
Honokaa Sue' Co...,. sooo,ooo ao if .....
Hatku Sugar Co ..., )oo.ooo too ao.
Kahuku Plantation Co $00,000 oo a,H
KlhelPlantCo..MJ 1,010,000 30 10 11
Klpahulu Sugar Co.,, 160,000 loo tof
Koloa Suaar Co yx,oou too .. 161
McDrydaSuCo..Ld. ,9o,ooo ao 4 y a
O'tiu Sural Co , . i,boc,ooo 100 os ..,
Oiomca SutaiCo 1,000,000 ao . ......
Ookala Suear Plan. Co. 900.000 ao o
Olaa Su. Co.. LU at I Wt,ooo ao I4
OUaSjfo.lia, Huff ijoo.coo ao
OlowaluCovpany...... 110.009 100 ,. i,.
PaauhauSu. Plan. Co.. 5.000.000 so
Pacific Surar Mill joo.ooo 100..,, a
PaU Plantation Co tjo,ooo too j
Ptpwkw Surar Co .... tjo.000 too 1,1
Pioneer MIIICo a.,5o.ooo too oa
Plooaar Mill Co. Aaua jooooo too ,j
Walalua Arr. Co , . a.soo,ooo too j)
Walluku Surar Co too.ooo 100
Walnanalo Surar Co .. !." too in ie(
Walma Mill Co 1,3,000100 I
Wld,rSt,am,MpCo.. 900.000 100 to. i
lital -lilana Steam N.Co joo,ooo 100 fa ;
.fa.allan Electric Co... o9.ooo too I
Hos. Raoll T.fe LanlCo ijo.ooo 100.. e,K !
Mutual Telephon Co... 1,0.000 to 0 0.H i
Oahu Ry ft Land Co... 0,000,000 too ot f
People, Ice fc Rtt Co ijo.ooo too (
Fliat National Bank .
FlMtA.S HinkotT.Co ,M
HawallanGov j'percmi a, ,
HlloR.R. Co. 6 percent too
Hob. Mapll Tianilt to.
Oahu Rax LandCo.prc ,,, iof
Oatiu Plantation 0 p c 101
Olaa Plantation 6 p c. ,,,, '
Walalua Acrlcul.tpc j
Sales 125 En a. $24. ',
Dividends C. Ilrcwcr & Co., 2 per
cent: Ewn, 1 per cent; Walmanalo, 3
per cent: Kahuku, 1 per cent; Oahu, 1
2 per cent. j
11 u m.' 'iijii.
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