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KVBNINO BULLETOs, BO..OLULU It. T., TUESDAY. DECEMBER 3, 1901.
NOW'8 THE TIME TO BUY
Real hand made I.aco 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 youj we know how to buy; we pay
cash and get liberal discounts. Some
of these Lace Curtains were Imported
beforo the new tariff Imposed a high
er duty. -4
NOTTINGHAM LACE CURTAIN8 from $1.25 per pair upward;
an 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 $9.00., etc.. etc.
BOBINETTE LACE CURTAINS, $10.00 per pair, instead of
$15.00, etc., etc. '
POINTE dE8PRIT, with ruffles. $4.25 per pair.
8WI88 LACE CURTAINS, dotted patterns, with ruffles, $1.50 per
MAr"E ANTOINETTE PATTERNS, $20.00 per pair, Instead of
MADRAS FOR CURTAINS, 25c and 35c per yard, Instead of
60c and 75c.
B. F. EHLERS &
Coolness and Comfort in the
Fiercest - Heat - of Summer.
Is a dry mineral powder mixed with water only.
It is being usd 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 AT 1 t t
Turkeys and Chicken
Fat and Tender
Choice Turkey FIh
Oellcloualy Stuffed Dotes
Fresh Mince Meat
In Glas and Tins; Condensed and In Bulk
New Layer Raisins
In Fancy Cartons
H. May & Co.
Boston Block, Fort Street.
Tels. 22, 24, 92. P. O. box 386.
If your carpets are
soiled we will
take them up,
clean them, and
rehy them for you
at very little cost.
given on : : : : :
: : : application.
HOPP & CO.,
Leading Furniture Dealers
Cor. King and Bethel Sts.
CO., FORT ST.
After weeks of pn paratlon our sloro
1st rt-adj for Inspection. Santa Claim
Is hero to assist and has placed hlu
litter ikix in our store. j:ach and ov
fry little hoy and girl on tho Islands iu
liivlti-d to write to him. A beautiful
doll Is offered as n prizo to tho llttlo
Klrl and n line master wngon to tho
little buy writing thn most original let
ter. On Xmas Eve1 they will bo opened
and prizes uw aided by representatives
from the Honolulu press. Prized on
exhibition in our windows. : : : :
WHYTE & MACKAY
W. C. Peacock & Co.,
A Smooth Scotch Whiskey
Drink No Other.
TEL MAIN 84.
Mrs. H. H. Williams
Art Embroidery and Stamping,
Full line of Art Materials : :
Art Embroidery Taught : :
Love Building, Fort Street
M. Phillips & Co.
Wholesale Importers and Jobbers.
European and American Dry Goods.
Fort and Queen 8t.
H. Hackfeid& Co., Ltd.
General Commission Agents.
Cor. Fort and Queen Streets, Honolulu,
THIS SPACt RESERVED FOR
Governor Dole said: "It Is host to
lin particular about tho authenticity
Accuracy is next In Importance. Ac
fiiinto c (lilies an guaranteed when
J. D. AVERY, Public Typewriter.
Tel. Main 16. Over Harts, Hotel St.
NATIVES RETURNING FROM
EAST ESCAPE DISASIERS
Four or Five Accidents Ahead on
Road to San Francisco-Last
One Was Near
A kahuna or something llkn that
mart have been watchlne ov the des
tinies of the fourteen natives who re
ti.ruto from Uuffalo Lv t"n China on
Saturday last for then cro no Icbs
than five accidents just ahead of them
on their trip from Buffalo to Son Fran
cisco. The first one of these accidents oc
curred between Pe'rolt and Chicago,
about fifty miles cut from the latter
place. A freight train vn smashed
but there was no luj'm to life or limb,
Tbo first night out from Chlcaga.
another freight train was wrecked at
Hartford. Six cars .vere derailed and
the smashup was a bad one. It ap
pears that the engineer, mistaking a
tree at tho side of a curve for an on
coming engine or an obstruction of
some kind, Jumped off without slowing
down. On striking the cune nt the
rate It was going, tho engine and can
jumped the track.
The third of the accidents happened
near the Needles In Arizona when two
fast express trains collided and twen
ty people were killed. Only two coaches
were saed from the wreck. Only train
omployes were killed. Not a single
passenger was hurt beyond sevcra
When near the Mojave desert, two
rasscnger trains coming around differ
ent curves, spied each other Just In
time for the engineers to avert an
awful calamity. When the two trains
were stopped, the engines were almost
touching each other
Uetween Stockton and San Francisco
a freight train was derailed immcdl
utely In front of the train that was
currying the Hawallanu into the lattor
Captain llcrger has received the fol
lowing letter of thanks from pcopln
who have appreciated the cltorts of
tho hand and bandmaster;
Quartermaster's Department, I'. S. A.
Honolulu, II. I., Dec. 2. 1901.
Captain II. Ilorger, Leader Hawaiian
Hand, Honolulu, II. I,
Sir: Ah commanding oflUcr of tho
Second Ilntiilllon, Twenty -eighth Unit
cd States Infantry, anil In hchalC of
my o Ulcers nnd quartermaster ot tho
U. S. A. T. Hosetrans, ullov nio to ex
press my appreciation of your courte
sies extended to us this day.
O. II. ROACH,
Major, 2Sth U. S. Infantry, Command
ing 2d Ilattallon.
1641 Anapunl St.,
Honolulu, II. I.
Thanksgiving Day. 1901.
To Captain Merger, Honolulu. II. I.
Dear Trlend: Allow mo to express)
to J m tho thanks of tho patrons,
teachers nnd pupils of tho K.iahumanu
school for being present nt our flag-
raising yesterday. Your music was, n
urtial, good, and It was n real treat to
all who wero fortunate enough to bo
Captain Ilergir Is known as the most
popular man In town. I wonder If It
Is because he knows how to make thn
children happy! Certainly, they all
love him, and thcio was great rejoic
ing when they heard the band was
coming to piny for us.
Thanking you and the band Iiovb for
your valuable) assistance.
AU.IE M. EEI.KER.
Principal Knahiimanu School.
With tonight's performance of "Thu
Jilt" Mr. Nelll and his company will
bay good-bye to Honolulu In a profes
sional nay, for tomorrow tho entire or
ganisation will sail for California on
tho Alameda. Not a single patron that
has visited tho Opera House during
tho present fNelll engagement will be
found that will not note tho departure
uf tho Ncllls with sincere regret. Both
in a professional and social way thel
stay In Honolulu has been a memui
ohlu triumph nnd they depart with n
chorus of "Alohas." bon conge, pros
perlty and a speedy return to us, who
liavo lonio to regard them almost as
part or our citizenship. Mr. Nelll and
his wife are oven talking of bulug u
homo hero that, should they ever have
n chanco to roit between searonr,
they can gut away from the Hash ot
the footlights, the clash of tho cym
Imls, tho discomfort of "make-up, and
legain health and stiength amidst the
balmy breezes nnd rare moonlight in
n modern Edeu.
It Is to the artistic temperaments
that such places as Honolulu and Sa
moa appeal most. A place where tho
tiuo artist can commune with nature
In nil her splendor, away from the
rattle and hang of railroad trains, tho
Incesjunt clanging of noou, street car
and locomotive bells, which people in
tho theatrical profession nro over
burdened with In their constant trav
eling. While 'The Jilt" has been present
ed hero beforo during the present sen
vou. it In a most delightful ami Intel
eutlng play, and tlieiu is one scene In
It tho race truck bceno that fairly
takes one off their feet. Doubtless
other companies will bo nttrnited to
Honolulu upon hearing the enthusl
asm wllli which tho Nelll company
members are loaded, nnd whlih they
will doubtless distribute In large
iltinntlties when they get back to tho
States, but companies may come and
coiiipatileu ma) go; tlieio Is "mil)
Magazines bound by tho EVENIN
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Wado Thaier was a pisscnger In
the Klnau for Lnhalna today.
The band concert In Emma Square
last evening was very well attended.
II. Lose will leave for the Coast
again In the Alnmeda to Join his fa
mily. The Y. SI. C. A, Is nlrcady making
preparations for thcreguiar Christmas
Henry Wnterhouse left for tho lllg
Island nccompanled by his sqn this
Tho mill at Llnuo plantation began
grinding for tho season on Thursday
ol last week.
Several large tanks were hauled to
tho Klnau wharf this morning lor
The names of newly elected officer-,
of the Koloa Sugar Co , Ltd. appear
under New Today. ,
A position In an ollce Iswantcluya
young man familiar with typewriting.
Sec Want column on page S.
The nicest Christmas present Is u
box of Manila cigars. Lee Toma & Co.
No. 33 King street, sells them.
The steamer Mlkahala, returning
from Kauai tomorrow, will bring n big
lot of sugar for the Hosamond.
Ah Chew has been arrested on, th
charge of embezzlement. Ills case has
been continued until tomorrow.
The transport Hosccrans. lor Ma
nila, nnd tho steamer l'eni, for San
Francisco, will sail this afternoon at
llourbon whiskey C years old, 13 CO;
claret, SO cents; sherry nnd Tokay, 73
cents a gallon at Hoftarblacger Co.'s,
King street. '
Mr. Von Damm of II. Hackfcld &
Co. will sail for Kauai in the Hall this
evening, where bo will spend a vaca
tion of threo weeks.
After all preparations were mado for
tho Wisconsin to come Into tho harbor
It was decided late yesterday that tt
would be better for her to remain out
side. ' A fair-way buoy has been placed on
the bar at Pearl Ilarnor by the con
tractors. It Is In lino with the old mi.
and dip in tho mountain so long used
Honolulu Photo Supply Co. besides
doing the best printing and developing
In the city tor the least money; supply
amateur and professionals with alt
Elizabeth C. Orecnwell vs. M. fl.
Sllva, from the Island of Hawaii, was
beluie tho Supieme Court this morn
ing. It Involves n verdict by nine
Jurors since annexation.
1 lie Moana quartet uf native sing
ers will furnish music during tbo illn
ner nt the Moana hotel this evening
from G to 8. On Friday next, the band
will give a concert nt the hotel.
The matter of Chinese and Hawaii
an hack-drivers soliciting llttlo girts
to rldo in their hacks has been report
ed to the police by a gentleman wno
thinks a stop should bo put to tbo
Judge Estcc announced this morn
ing that ho would give a decision In
the Injunction suit ot the Hawaiian
Trnmwnvs Company against tho Hono
lulu Uiipld Transit &.Lund Company
tomorrow morning- ""
Complaint Is made that tho con
nectlng enrs of tho itnpld Irnnslt sys
te mat tho intersection of King nnd
l.lllha streets are not nlwnvs on tlmo
and that passengers have often tn
wait, as the car bound to town duet
not wnlt for tho Kalilit car In enso U
Is a fow seconds late.
George Godfrey, arrested on the
charge of purloining sumo of the tojs
from the dry goods store of E. W. Jor
dan on Fort street, uppenrcd for Trial
Iu the Police Court this forenoon. H
waived examination nnd wns commit
ted to tho Circuit Court for trial.
Jnied Smith, director ot tho United
States Agricultural Experiment ma
lion, went to Hawaii In tho Klnau to
day In connection with matters con
cerning coffee in tho Ilamal.ua dl
trlct, tarn, fruit unci vegetables. Ine
trip comes us thu result of a telegram
from Washington. Mr. Smith will be
awny about ten day.
Tho following urrests were made to
day up to 1:30 p. m.: Alnkl, for being
found with his hack standing nt a place
other than the appointed stand; T. Mu-
chado, M. a. Pedro and J. Muchado,
malicious Injury; Manuel Gomes, ar
sault and battery and Manuel Sllva
nnd Lcltao alias M, Costa, malicious
L, L. McCandless has brought a
suit In ejectment against tho Honolulu
Plantation Company. Tho land In
question is at Kapaloa, Walawa, Ewa,
this Island, and nil those premises sit
uate at Mananaflii, Ewa. this Islands.
Tho plaintiff claims theso lands. In
fee stmplo and tho right of Immediate
possession to tho damage of plaintiff
In the sum of $150. Ilobortson &
Wilder for the plaintiff.
Miss Wong Kong, n graduate of Ka-
mehameha School for Girls and of tho
Normal School of this city, met with
a serious accident at Walhce, Maul, a
week ago Sunday. Slio went out for a
horseback ride, on returning, stop
ped over In tho yard to pick a rose.
Her horse shied and sho was thrown
to the ground, landing on the back of
her head. At last accounts, sho wai
still In bed.
The students of Onhu College, their
parents and friends, who went to Wai
alua on yesterday's excursion train
had a fine time. After a flno spread
at the Halelwa Hotel, tho members
went Into tho main room, whoro an
inipiomptu concert was given. Danc
ing nnd boating enmo next. At 3:.1u
o'clock tho tinln returned to tho cltv.
boventy-flvo of tho younger students
ut tho college made tho ascent of Tan
talus Instead of going on thu picnic
At last night's meeting, Hawaiian
Lodge, No. 21. I'. d A. M.. elected the
following linkers' I'rccl Whitney,
master; A J. Derby senior warden,
Abrnm Lewis Jr., Junior warden; Rob
rt Cation, treasurer, John A, Hassln
ger, secretary. Tho board of trustees
emprises tho following- r. A. Schaef
cr, John II Super, E I, Spalding, A. S.
Cleghorn, W. I' Allen
Harmony Lodge, No. 3, I. O. O P.,
nt a meeting last coning elected the
following olllcerc tor tho ensuing
year: 11. McKcehnlo. Noble Grand,
E. L Cutting, Vice Noble Grand; E.
11, Hendry, Secretary; J. Alfred Ma
fINERNY SHOE STORE
These columns present a list of goods of unusual value and
the prices arc far below those of other houses, for tho reason thnt
in buying such an lmmcnso stock our New York Htiycr has mado
a great deal, and being out of tho high rent belt wo can offer
better Inducements than our down town competitors.
The prices arc not tho only consideration; J on will And the
stock complete, and wo feel sure that there Is not another storo
in town that presents such a flno assortment.
This department includes the
best American and European
Mechanical Tojb, Animal Arks,
lire Euglncs. Hose, Carts. Toy
Wagons, Ilulldlng II I o c k h,
Games of ail kinds; in short,
Tojs of every description,
Useful articles which will
mako handsome presents for
either ladles or gentlemen, nnd
submit tho following list to
List of Articles.
Toilet Sets. Hand Pnlnted
Necktie Ilexes, Hand Painted
Handkerchief Doxos. Work
boxes, Hand Painted Collar and
Cuff Iloxcs. Manicure Sets, Jew
el Doxcs, Photo Cases. Smokers'
Sets, Shaving Sets, Albums.
Aro also Included In tills depart
ment, and wo havo just receiv
ed a fine assortment by tho Ala
meda. Tho fact Is wo received
more than wo actually need, so
In order to dispose of them all
wo will sell them nt a discount
of 25 per cent.
They aro flno Umbrellas at
tho original prices, and with tho
discount aro a great bargain.
I-nrgo assortment of handles
to choose from.
PACIFIC IMPORT COMPANY, "
ProjJreHH Block, Fort Street.
CLIINTOIN J. HUTCH IIVS,
v yF J
krMllM'INI II .. VV. f
MclNBRlNY BLOCK. PORT ST.
No More Dread
of the Dental Chair
TEETH EXTRACTED AND PILLED
ABSOLUTELY WITHOUT PAIN bj
our late scientific method applied to the
gums. No sleep-producing agents 01
Thcso are tho only dental parlors lt
Honolulu having PATENTED APPLI
ANCES and Ingredients to extract, fill
and apply gold crowns and porcelain
crowns undectecable from natural teetb'
and warranted for ten yoars, WITH
OUT THE LEAST PAIN. All wori
done by GRADUATED DENTISTS of
from 12 to 20 years' experience, and
each department In charge ot a Special
IsL Qlve us a call, and you will fine
us to do exactly as we advertise. Wi
will tell you In ndvamo exactly what
your work will cost uy a FREE EX
Set Teeth $5 00
Cold HllllnilK 81 00
nllver Fllllnn OOc.
Our name alone will bo a guarantn
that your work will be of thn best.
New York Dental Parlors.
Room 4, Elite. Ilulldlng. Hotel Strtx"
LADIES IN ATTENDANCE
Wo are now In shapo nnd prepared
to meet our customers.
Our lmmcnso stock of new stj les arc
Tho ladles' Manlsh and tho men's
Collego lasts aro In the height ot pop
ularity, and seem to Bell themselves.
Next week wo shall Itemize somo
of these, so that you might know- how
one, up to date, should bo dressed.
AND OPAL vVARE.
This Is something new this
year, nnd includes many cholco
Such articles make pretty
presents. Wo havo a spcclany
largo assortment. Prices from
25c to $5.
Wo have Imported direct from
Switzerland, the very latest
production -of Hnndkcrchlets.
and are proud of tho assort
ment wo ran now show you. Wo
havo Handkerchiefs of tho
finest linen, hemstitched or em
broidered, both for ladles nnd
for gentlemen, besides a Btock
of Lnco Handkerchiefs. Wo
would like everybody interested
In this department to como nnd
seo tho Embroidered Handker
chiefs wo oner at 25c.
Wo havo tho very prettiest
ones, in nil sizes; prices from
10c to $5.
Handsomely dressed Dolls In
silks nnd satins, etc.
Largo Dolls uresed in the
vcrv latest styles of dresses.
Undresed Kid Dolls, Jointed
Dolls, Hng Dolls and Doll Dons.
All kinds of Dolls.
A Santa Claus
Surprise T j
- - IN SHAPE OP - -
J BIG DISCOUNT
25 ON -ALL -TOYS
JVI BOUGHT FROM MB TO
-sk THU 10th Ols DECIZAiBCR
JUST OPEMID.1 large stock
of good ordered before Inten-
tl n of altering front of store.
All must he cleircj out : ; :
B. W. JORDAN'S j
J. H. FISHER
Stock and Bond Brokers.
FIRE ASSOCIATION, of Phlladelphlv
WE8TERN ASSURANCE CO, of Tl
Offices Stangenwsld Bldg., Mo
HONOLULU BTOCK EXCMANGH
Honolulu, December I, 1901
NAME OF STOCK I JjfJ'JJ ' jj BI4 AHM
C. Bftwtf ftCompin 1 mo ore too t
KS MhiDO.Co,l'l c,ooo 100 fjs
L.B. Ktrr k Co,, Ltd . km. V
ewsPlMiMlonCo..,. s . , M
HlUnAETleultura,(-0 (.ott'Ooo loo t4s
HiwillnComSiiCo t.ilt.TJo loo .... ...
HllnSujrCo.... t.000.000 ! 11
Honoinil Surir Co .... o.ooo loo tiiVf
Honokia Sujir Co 000,000 n ....
H'kuSurr Co ...... jooooo loo an
Kttniku PUnuilon Co. joo.000 10 nvt
KlhlPInlCo.llJ 1,050000 jo 10
Klpttmtu Sujf Co. llio.ooi lot io)
Koln Suir Co .oou IM
McBryJt bu Co ,U. . . I oo.ow to 7
0liu Suctl Co i, . 1 600,000 loo 01H in
n-iorotiSutilCo 1,000,000 tH
OokU Siiril Plin Co .00.000 10
CJI.iSu Co.LIJ ,ll 801100 ,
OliaSiCoLll. pdupf tjoo,ooo io
Olowtlil Coo-p.ny .... Ijoooo 100 .. IH
PiiuMu Su Pun Co foocoon vo
P.clncSutuMlll .... 100 . 10
Pita Planmlon Co . TS0.000 loo
PffMlico Suen Co Ijoooo 100 ... it
Pioneer Mill Co... ttjooor loo.,.. ,o
Plonear Mill Co Aim joo 000 100 . , 4
Walilua Agr. Co , y.ooo loo i! e
WallukuSuearCo.... T00.001 loo
Walnanalo Sutai Co Ii.ooo 100 .. 160
Walnea Mill Co . .. its.000100
Wl dt r Sttamihtp Co too 000 100 10a
littr-liland Stoan N Co 500.000 100 .. So
Waallan Etcctiic Co . so,ooo too
Hon. Rapid T ft landCo 150.000 too 100
Mutual Teftphon Co .. i9w to ...
Oabu Ry ft Land Co . tooo.000 100 95
Paopla's lea ft R ft Co 150.000 too
Flnt National Bank ,
FUMA.S BankftT.Co taa
Hawaiian Cov 1 par cam .
HllaK. R.Co. eparctnt too
Hon. Hapli Tiamll Ptoo
Ewa P'antat n 6 par cant
Oahu R ft Land Co.prc to$
Oahu Plantation p c 101
Olaa Plantation 6 p c
Walalua Aftlcul. p c
New York. Nov. 23. Says the Lon
don correspondent of tho Tribunal
Those In thu wny of seeing Lord Salis
bury descrlbo him as aging rapidly
and displaying llttlo interest in public
affairs. His heart Ib not in his work.
Ho searches In an nbsent-minded wny
for the point of least rcsltanco and
avoids as far as posslhlo political disturbance-
Oct your periodicals bound at tho
EVENINQ DULLETIN'B Dlndcrr.
WILLAED E. DROWN.
W. A. LOVE.
Halstead & Co:;
ON 8UGAR SECURITIES.
921 Fort Street
Stock and Bond Exchange.
Stock and Bond Broker
Member of Honolulu Stock Exchangi
Orders for the purchase or sale of stocks
ana bonds carefully and promptly necuUd.
Ground Floor, Judd Bultdlnf.
Postofnce Box 390. Telephoni 189,
Judd & Co., Ltd.
30T Sttingcnwald Building.
P. O. Box 007. Tel. Main 888