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BVENINO BULLETIN. BJV.OLULU, H. T.. WEDNESDAY, DEC. 4, 1901.
9F,J$?nrvZ",T";v' "T,-,f W'
taking out ot tacks, etc., if
you nave rugs on your floofs. we are now showing
a very handsome collection of these very desirable
floor coverings at very reasonable pi ices. Come and
inspect them, you are sure to be pleased.
Smyrna Rujr, 4x7, Price $10.03
" 6x9, " 20.0)
" 7xio'S, 30 0)
Wilton Rujts, 9x12, " 45.00
Axmlnster Rugs, ::::::
: : : : 84xto4, Price 27.00
and a host of others too numerous to
mtntion. We also have a splendid
selection of Axmlnster Foot Stools.
Positively the finest lot of Tap
PAVTIPRC estry "ortleres ever Imported to M 4 n C7
rUA llCIt J Honolulu. Newest designs of VJ W rJJI
rare b auty as handsome a collection to choose from evi r sein
Great Lace Curtain Sale Still Continues. If you haven't
lookid over these curtains, do so at once; there are some
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 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
1 1 AT 1 1 t
Turkeys and Chicken
Fat and Tender
Choice Turkey Flga
Dcllclou.ly Stutfcd Dates
Fresh Mince Meat
In Glass and Tins; Condensed and In Hulk
New Layer Ratstns
In Fancy Cartons
; and Creams
' lAlmons Walnuts Filberts Pecans
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 them, and
relay them for you
at very little cost.
given on : : : : !
: : : application.
IIOl'P & CO.,
Leading rurnlture Dealers
Cor. Kiogand Bethel Sts.
are preferable to carpets or
matting as floor covering
because they can be easily
lifted and cleaned. If you
want to have a dance in
your home, there is no
After works of preparation our storo
is ready for Inspection. Bnnta Clans
Is hero to assist and hns placed his
letter hot In our store. Each nnd ov
ry llttln boy and girl nn tho Islands la
Invltid to wrlto to him. A beautiful
doll Is offered ns n prlzo to tbo llttlo
girl and a flno toaster wagon to tho
little boy writing tho most original let
ter. On Xmns Hvo they will bo opened
nnd prizes awarded by rcprcscntatlvoi
from tho Honolulu press. 1'rizcH on
exhibition In our windows. : : : :
WHYTE & MACKAY
W. C. Peacock & Co.,
A Smooth Scotch Whiskey
Drink No Other.
TEL MAIN 64.
Mrs. H. H. Williams
Art Embroidery and Stamping,
Full line of Art Materials : :
Art Embroidery Tautht : :
Love Building, Port Street
M. Phillips & Co.
Wholesale Importers and Jobbers.
European and American Dry Goods.
Fort and Queen 8tt.
H. HackfekU Co., Ltd,
Qeaeral Commission Agents.
Cor. Fort and Queen Street, Honolulu.
THI8 SPACt RESERVED FOR
Governor Dole said: "It Is best to
bo particular about tho authenticity
Accurucy Is next In Importance Ac
rurntu coptus 1110 guaranteed when
J. D. AVERY, Public Typewriter.
Tel. Main 18. Over Harts, Hotel 81
Allan Herbert., tho expert wlio raailn
a special visit to tlio lunn at tho re
quuai 01 iho ijotreruuiciu, was on tho
Bland lor tno greater part ot tho alter
noon In tho heuernl Uouri yesterday,
lio placed n value of tweniy-flvo dol
lars an aero u(,on tno Kualiua island
ttact, nml inougiit tho cane land on
tno mainland was worth about $100 an
acre, fiuy dollars an uuo was a
talr valuation lor tho larld taken no
u whole. Ho s.ild t.lcio was, but one
well on tho land, and tbo water In It
was Hllghily brackish. Tho witness
declined to placo u vnluo upon thu
lands of Dr. McQrcw, tho Ewa plantn
Hon or Fords Island, stating that hf
was unablo to do Justlco to hlmselt In
making bucIi nn estimate. He said lit
had only been to tho shoro of Kurd's
Island, and at that time ho was one
cuplcd with the ladles and with lunch
no paid no attention to tho condition
of tho land there, though ho was undo:
tho Impression that It was rocky.
Ho thought that tho Bishop Eiintf
lands condemned by tho Government
wcro tho poorest In tho district, but
wlui proper care and fertilization su
gar, corn or grape crops might bo rais
ed upon pari 01 It. Mr. Herbert pro
fessed ignorance of what ninoun: ot
Riigar could bo raised on this In id It
It was eulthnted, and said ho pre
ferred not to make estimates on piob
abilities. Ho expressed his lnabl'ijv
to answer nearly every question put
to hi in by Mr. Kinney until finally that
gentleman asked angrily:
"What business hnvo you here
swearing away, tho rights ot tho Dish
op Estate, If )ou don't know anything
about this Ipnd? You aro hero as an
judge Estoe refused to allow the
question, nnd criticised It as not prop
er to be put to tho witness. Tho court
held that Mr;. Herbert was not swear
ing away anyone's rights nnd such a
question was clearly Improper. Mr.
Kinney contended that tho question
was proper upon cross-examination,
but the court ordered it stricken from
Tho examination of Mr. Herbert was
completed before the evening adjourn
ment. HIGH PRICED LBTTCR8.
New York, Nov. 22. A special to
the Sun from Iloston says: Auto
graphs ot revolutionary ofllcers, mem'
bora of old Congresses, foreign rulers
and American and English authors,
from the collection of the lato Freder
ick V. French, wero sold nt nurtlon
today. The letters all sold well, twenty-throe
of them bringing nn aggregate
price of I3S9.7S. The highest prlco paid
was for n remarkably fine letter ot
William Whipple of New Hninpshlrc,
signer of the Declaration of Indepen
dence, written from Philadelphia on
Juno 23, 1770. This was bought by a
New ork dealer for $31. Another
unique document, an agreement with
King Philip, wns sold to a Iloston col
lector for 30.
AGUINALDO NO HIIRO.
New York, Nov. 2t. A special to the
Sun from Washington says: Instruc
tions havo been given Chaffco to op
pose nny attempt made to secure Acul
naldo's release on n writ of habeas
corpus. Secrctnry Root Is determined
to nip In tho hud nny aspirations Agul-
nalrto mny havo to appear heforo Con
gress ns n hero, and directed Chaffeo
to continue lo hold him prisoner and to
deny his request to bo permitted to
come to the United States. Tho reason
for this action Is found in tho recsnt
activity of the Filipino insurgents, nnd
ho fear that nny attention shown
Agulnaldo will canto him to be regard
ed ns n hero among his followers In the
Islands nnd stimulate tliem tn renew
FROM MOKCOW TO PUKING.
New Yoik, Nov. 17. A special to
the Times from Washington says:
Among the President's visitors yester
day was Hcne Ncgclmackers of Paris,
assistant general manager ot tho Euro-
pean Sleeping Car Company. Ho Is In
America to arrange, a contract for thf
building of sleeping rnrs lo run on the
Russian railroad from Moscow to Port
Arthur. Ills reason for having this
done In America Is that cars can be
built more quickly hero than else
where. They are to be shipped to Mos
cow In aectlons nnd put together there.
Negelmnckers said that In a very
short time the traveler will bo able to
go from Moscow to Peking In about a
fortnight without changing cars.
Eventually the trip will be cut down
to twelve days.
FATHER GARLAND WEDS.
Lacrosse. Wis.. Nov. 18. Richard II.
dnrland, uged 70, father ot Hamlin
Garland, the fnmous novelist, and one
of the pioneers of lacrosse county, and
Mrs. Mary l Holies, widow of a West
Salem merchant, aged C2, wero quietly
married ut the home ot tho bride nt S
o'clock this afternoon. Rev. W. Drown
of thn Cnngregatlouallst church per
formed tho ceremony. Tho wedding
was purely private, none but tho wit
nesses being Invited. A wedding sup
per was served at tho homo of tho
groom. Tho aged couple will reside
upon the old Garland homestead At
Names of New Colors.
Orchldec soft toned magenta.
Phloxlne dark dahlia red.
Coroucon deep green.
Tolstoi another dark green.
Paon bird's egg blue.
Napoleon rich blue.
Keirallle dote grty.
Delft a palo purple not a blue.
Mulot light gray with a bulsh tlngo
Java, Murron, Moullon, llodore, Au
tommc, Ruclno and Othello a few ot
tho new browns.
IleriRiilino 11 tender pink.
Ilaltlquc nr blue, lighter than Rus
Mjosotls blue, very light, but a
ijhade darker than "sky,"
Ilrahlme dull orunge.
Lobelia lilac L'Art do la .Mode.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
n. K. Illshop has gono to Lnhnlnn.
Tho Alameda will sail for tho Coast
at 3 o'clock sharp. I
E. K. l'axton left for the Coast in
the Peru yesterday.
Oahti stock Is scarce on the market
at the present price,
Tho macadamizing of Capitol Square
is nearly completed.
It Is no secret that Deal has tho best
wall paper at the least money.
Allan Walcott has moved Into tho
Hull cottage on Nuuauu street.
A notice of a commissioner's sale
of real estate appears In this Issue.
A probate notlco In the matter of thn
estato of II. P, Meyer appears tn this
A. Porto Rlcan was arrested at
about 1:30 o'clock on tbo charge or
Henry Smith, trustee, s. Hnmakua
Mill Co. Is being he.ud by tho Su
Peterson, one of the witnesses In tho
Lubcck matter shipped to Kauai In
the Hall last night.
Work on tho Lewcis & Conkn block
Is being carried on at night by tn
old of electric light.
Thero will be n meeting ot tho di
rectors of tho Mnlto Illma Club this
evening at 7:30 o'clock.
Tho nicest Christmas present Is u
box of Manila cigars. Lee Toma & Co
No. 33 King street, sells them.
The regular meeting of the Frater
nal Order of Eagles will bo held to
night. See notlco under New Today.
On Friday, Dec. Cth, at 12 o'clock
noon, Jas. F. Morgan will sell at auc
tion a number of thoroughbred fowls.
The watering cart was conspicuous
by Its absence along tho front this
morning while tho wind was at Its
The strong trade wind which began
early this morning will probably bring
some of the ovcrducs from the Coa&t
In this week.
Bourbon whiskey 6 years old, $3. CO;
claret, 60 cents; sherry and Tokay, 75
cents a gallon at Hoftschlacgcr Co.'s,
Mr. Richardson of Urlmnood A
Richardson, tho engineers, was a pas
senger for Llhuc, Kauai, la tho W. U.
Hall yesterday afternoon. -
Young Bros, aro running launches to
the Wisconsin and many people are
mailing themselves ot tho opportunity
ot taking a look at tho big vessel.
W. George Ashley left for Kauai in
tho W. O. Hall yesterday. Ho will
spend several days on tho Garden Isln
nnd will Indulge In a llttlo hunting
As the battleship Wisconsin will not
come In the harbor Young Bros,
launches will Icavo Queen street wharf
every halt hour between 1 and 5 p. m.
In tho Police Court this forenoon Ah
Chew, tho Chinaman charged with
embezzlement, waived examination
and wns committed to thu Circuit
Court for trial. ,
Thn pcaplo at tho Queen's Hospltnl
reported at 1:45 o'clock that tbo Porto
Rlrnn so badly cut In a tight In Null'
nnu valley yesterday afternoon. Is get'
ting along as well ns can bo expected
Heforo Judge Kstce guvo his decision
on thu street railway controcrsy this
ammlng, Mr. McClannlmn obtained
an order of court to tax the stenogra
pher's transcript of evidence 'as part
of tho costs.
Honolulu Photo Supply Co.bcsltlcs
doing the best printing and developing
In tbo city for tho least money; supply
amateur nnd professionals with all
Mrs. Severln, tho lady whoso hus
band died u few dayH ago nnd whoso
body was cremated, leaves for San
l'runclsco In tho Alameda this after
noon. Shu Is taking tho ashes of hur
husband nloug with her.
Tho flvo Portuguese, charged with
malicious Injury, appeared In thn Pn
lieu Court this foronoon. Attorney VI
vns appearing for the prosecution and
Attorney Strauss for tho defense. At
tho request of tho latter, tho case was
continued until Saturday next.
The prosecution having failed to es
tablish the property of tho brewery
company In the beer alleged to have
been stolen, the jury In quick time
rendered a verdict finding Albert
Orelck not guilty of larceny In the
The announcement In one of the
morning papers that there will be an
other meeting of the Territorial! Com
mitten of tho Republican party Is en
tirely without foundation. Tho next
meeting will be held on tho night ol
the first Monday In January of next
year and not before that time. t "
Tho cases of K. H. Loucks and Jos
eph Hartmann wero nolle pros'd yes
terday. The former was charged with
heedless driving and was flnedvl25 In
tho lower court. Hartmann was charg
ed with violation of tho liquor laws
nnd was fined $250 by Judge Wilcox
Tho teachers of the city Interested In
naturo study and agricultural Invest!.
gallon, met in the High School last
evening and discussed the ways of thu
carpenter bco and ants. Special Agrl
cultural Inspector Van Dlno of the
Honolulu hchools, presided nt tho meet
ing. Mrs. Tnvns, the woman shot by her
husband the other night nt their home
on King street, near tho McCully tract,
Is getting along very well. She Is not
at the hospital but Is still at her own
home. It Is not known yet whether the
shot wns fired accidentally or other
Knolulo Kahulu, a native woman
bns filed papers In equity against her
three grandchildren, Julia, Clara and
Mary Loo, asking for a partition of
certain lands In Pauoa allcy, a part
of which she claims sbo owns In fee
simple She wishes to havo the court
award her her undivided Interest In
Santiago Frnntana and Toma Tohe,
two Porto Rlcans, Indulged in a fight
yesterday which resulted seriously for
thu latter. It Is said that Santiago
pulled a razor nnd began to carve hli
antagonist In tho side. After tho cut'
ting wns dono, tho rnzor wns thrown
away. ,A man who saw tho trouble,
prevented Santiago from escaping and
telephoned for the police. Tho wound
ed man wns taken to tho hospltnl and
tho other wns locked up. Toma Toll
Is In a critical condition.
MCINERNY SHOE STORE
These columns present a list of goods of unusual valuo and
tho prices aro far below those of other houses, for tho reason that
In buying such nn Immenso stock our Now York Buyer has mado
a great deal, and being out of tho high-rent belt wo can offer
better Inducements than our down-town competitors.
Tho prices aro not the only consideration; you will find tho
stock complete, and wo fool suro that thero is not another ttoro
In town that presents such a flno assortment.
This department includes tho
best American and European
Mechanical Toys, Animal Arks,
Fire Engines, Hose, Carts, Toy
Wagons. Building Blocks,
Games of all kinds; In short,
Toys of every description.
Useful articles which wilt
mako handsomo presents for
cither ladles 'or gentlemen, nnd
submit tho following list to
List of Article.
Toilet Sots, Hand Painted
Nccktlo Boxes, Hand Painted
Handkerchief Boxob, Work
boxes. Hand Painted Collar nnd
Cuff Boxes. Manlcuro Sets, Jew
el Boxes. Photo Cases. Smokers'
Sets, Shaving Sets, Albums.
Aro also Included In this depart
ment, and wo havo just receiv
ed a flno assortment by tho Ala
meda. Tlio fact Is wo received
moro than wo actually need, so
In order to dispose of them all
wo will sell thorn at a discount
of 25 per cent.
Thoy nro flno Umbrellas at
tho original prices, and with tho
discount nro a great bargain.
Iirgo assortment of handles
to chooso from.
PACIFIC IMPORT COMPANY,
ProftrcHH Block, Fort Street.
CLIINTOIN J. HUTCH11NS,
fJjtHt I v ff
MolNERNY BLOCK. PORT ST.
No More Dread
of the Dental Chair
TEBTH EXTRACTED AND F1LLK1
ABSOLUTELY WITHOUT PAIN bj
ur lato scientific method applied to thi
turns. No sleep-producing agents 01
These are the only dental parlors li
Honolulu having PATENTED APPLI
ANCE3 and Ingredients to extract. M
and apply gold crowns and porcelalL
crowns undectecable from natural teetl
nd warranted for ten years, WITH
OUT THE LEAST PAIN. All wort
Jono by ORADUATED DENTISTS ot
from 12 to 20 years' experience, anc
ach department in charge of a Special
1st Glvo us a call, and you will fine
us to do exactly as wo advertise. W
will tell you In advance exactly wha
four work will cost oy a FREE EX
Set Teeth MOi
Cold Crowntt 6S.OI
Gold Filling 61 00
Mlver FllllnfiH fio.
Our name alone will bo a guarantr
that your work will bo of the best.
New York Dental Parlors.
Room 4, Elite Building, Hotel Street
LADIES IN ATTENDANCE.
Wo nro now In shapo and prepared
to meet our customors.
Our Immenso stock of now Btjlcs aro
Tho ladles' Manlsh and tho men's
Collego lasts aro in tho height of pop
ularity, and seem to sell themselves.
Next week wo shall Itemize soma
of these, so that you might know how
one, up to date, should bo dressed.
AND OPAL .VARE.
This la something new this
year, and Includes many choice
Such articles mako pretty
presents. Wo havo a specialty
Inrgo assortment. 1'rlccs from
25c to $5.
Wo havo Imported direct from
Switzerland, tho very latest
production of HandkcrchlctH,
and aro proud of tho assort
ment wo can now show you. Wo
have Handkerchiefs of tho
finest linen, hemstitched or em
broidered, both for ladles and
for gentlemen, besides a stock
of Laca Handkerchiefs. We
would llko everybody Interested
In this department to como and
sco tho Embroidered Handker
chiefs wo oucr at 25c.
Wo havo tho very prettiest
ones. In nit sizes; prices from
10c to $5.
Handsomclv dressed Dolls In
silks and satins, etc.
I-argo Dolls arcscd In tho
verv latest styles of dresses.
Undrcsed Kid Dolls. Jointed
Dolls. Rag Dolls and Doll Dons.
All kinds of Dolls.
E. W. JORDAN'S
J. H. FISHER
Stock and Bond Brokers.
FIRE ASSOCIATION, of Philadelphia
WESTERN ASSURANCE CO, of Tl
HONOLULU STOCK KXCHANGB
Honolulu. December 4, 1WI
NME OF STOCK C,',fi frS BH
C. flriwfr a-Compny., lonocr .. .so
N S ccM DO.Co.tM. 6o.roo loo ios
LB. Km Co., LU.. M0.00
ewi pum.tton Co .... .ooo,ooo m
HtwtllinAKTkulturiICo t,ooo.ouo 100 t?s
HiwlHinCom S1S0C0. f.lit.tio loo
H.willanSuKirCo .... fooo.cn m j t
Honoffiu SuK.r Co .. . TS0.000 too tjtX
Monokia Sueur Co 1 000.000 m t
H.'ku Sue" Co po.ooo too .... too
Kthuku PlinuUnn Co yxijm m .
ICIIwl Plint CO..IU l.oo.ouo o V, a0V
Klvahulii Sugar Co, 160.000 toe iof
Koloa Sutar Co wcon. tor it
MfbiydbuCo..LJ. ... I.'oo.on' to 6
O'ttu Sur.f lu .. t,or,ooo loo o too
n-iom.a SuRirCo i,ooo,x
Ookilt SutM PUB. Co oo. 10 m
OlM Sl. Co.. Lll., I !.ono m M
oms 'oUJ.rJupi 1500100 m
Ulowalu Company...... t$o.ooo 100 ... no
Paauhau Su. Plan. Lo, 1.000w v
Pacific Sugar Milt $00000 too..,. ,o
Pala Plantation Co .... 150.000 too too
Papwkfn Sugar Co.... ty.o too tj
Plott.tr Mill Co ttjo.000 loo go
Plonw Mill Co. Altai 500000 too... 45
Walalua Agr. Co.. . ..500,000 too 55
Walluku Sugar Co 100,00c 100
Walmanalo Sural Co.. ist.ooo 100
W.ln.a Mill Co . ..... 115.000 loo
Wl der Sttamtnlp Co.. 500.000 too too
iNir-ltlani Statro N.Co 500.000 100 St
Haffallan E'tctrlcCo... 501.009 100
Hon. Rapid T.St I an4Co 150,000 100 9, 100
Mutual Tilfphon Co... 119.000 10 ....
OahuRyai Land Co... 1,000,000 lot 15
Ptcpl.'l let RTf Co 150,000 too
Flrtl National Bank
HawaltanGov sptrctnt H(Hm
Hllo R. R. Co. 6 ptrctnl 100
Hon. Iapll ritntlt 94
Eva ptantat'n 6 par ctnt
Oahu Rft Land Co. pre
Oahu Plantation 6 p c , tat
Olaa Plantations pc.
" Hales 3 II. R7Tr&'LTCo790;
C 11. It, T. & I.. Co.. 192.60.
To signalize tho homecoming of Ma
ritime W11, who will reach Washington
from China heforo the end ot tho
month, Minister Wu Ting Fang will
givo an elaborate ohlncse fnncy dress
hall at the legation. At the ball thrco
Chinese belles, who will accompany
Madame Wu, will make their debut In
Washington society. Tho coming so
clal season nt the legation will be un
usually gay. Minister and Madame
Wu will glvo many entertainments la
honor of their young guests. Minister
Wu will go to San Francisco to meot
his wife nnd escort her across the con
tinent. WILLAItD E. DROWN.
W. A. LOVE.
Halstead & Co:;
ON 8UQAR 8ECURITIE8.
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 axtcutsd,
Ground Floor, Judd Building.
Postoffice Box 390. Telephona 169.
Judd & Co., Ltd.
807 etanjjcnwnld Building.
P. O. Box 007. Tel. Main 898
- - IN SHAPE OF - -
ON -ALL -TOYS
BOUGHT FROM MB TO
TUB 10th OF DECEMBER
of good orJered before Inten
tion of altering front of store.
All must be cleared out : :