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tiVENINO BULLETO-.. fvM.OLULU. II. T., FRIDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1901.
are preferable to carpels 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
taking out of tacks, etc., if
you have rugs on your floois. We are now showing
a very handsome collection of these very desirable
floor coverings at very reasonable prices. Come and
inspect them, you are sure to be pleased.
Smyrna Hugs, 4x7, Price $10.03
" 6x9, " 20.0
714X10, " 30 03
Wilton Rugs, 9x12, " 45.U0
Axmlnster Rugs, ::::::
: : : : 8xio4, Price 27.00
and a host of others too numerous 10
tmntlon. "Wo also have a splendid
selection of Axmi.ister Foot Stools.
1 Positively the finest lot of Tap- . .
PflfRTlPIK estry uortieies ever Imported to t2 A $7
lirnilLIIJ Honolulu. Newest drsijns of V" W $
rare b auty as handsome a collection to choose from evir sejn
a rent Lace Curtain Sale Still Continues. If you haven't
looked over these curtains, do so at once;'' there arc.' some
B. F. EHLERS & CO., FORT ST.
The HONOLULU INVESTMENT CO., Ltd.
Office Jaid Biildlng, Merchant St.
THK GREENWICH INSURANCE CO.
rtii.- imc rrvMiiA vv ru. vrvu-rii aaii.-tji a
1111. mj. wjiuwi jr nwixni ji.iiimwi.
General Asts $9,583.")'-94-
. . THE NEW ZEALAND INSURANCE CO.
AgCDlS Subscribed Capital $5,000,000.00.
f0y THE WESTCHESTER FIRE INS. CO.
THEC.ERMANIA LIFE INSURANCE CO.
CANTON MARINE INSURANCE OFFICE.
Subscribed Capital $2,500,000.00.
PACIFIC SURETY COMPANY.
Till-: HONOLULU INVESTMENT CO., LTD. '
General Insurance, Reil Estate and Financial Agents
A. V. dEAR, President.
EAiriETT MAY, Secretary.
Ready at Last
ERRONEOUS DATES GIVEN
'OF KAUMAKAPILI CHURCH
King Kalakaua's Famous Advocacy
of Twin Steeple3 Church Re
presented Too Old aud
Furoishing3 Too New.
Two local papers have gitcn very
erroneous history of Knumakaplll
church now being razed on nccount of
Us having been wrecked by fire.
One untrue statement is that the
church was erected In the sixties. This
Is shown to be absurd by the correct
Information In tho sumo article, to
the effect that King Kalaknun orlglnat
cd the Idea of tho twin steeples. Knla
katm was not king In tlio sixties. Thn
basement of the church was all that
was occupied until the mlddlo of the
eighties. It was used for regular diets
of worship, for Sunday school, for
church fairs (In which 1'rlnccss Llll-
uokalnnl was prominent) and for elec
tion campaign meetings. '
The steeples were completed In ISSj.
and It was about that year that Klnf
Kalakaua made his epeech justifying
the double steepllng by analogy of two
eyes, two ears, etc., of the human body.
Another error In the report In ques
tion, copied by one paper from another,
U that tho organ was dedicated and
the main body of tho church renovated
In 1899. It wns scvcrul years previous
that tho chief auditorium was dedi
cated, being furnished with modern
opera house chairs, and the Inaugura
tion of the organ, also the chime ol
hells, long nntcdntrd the year men
tioned. For years before the church
was destroyed Wruy Taylor gave pe
riodical organ recitals there and play
ed In each new year upon tho chimes.
Specific facts In corroboration have
been obtained from Mr, Tnylor. The
organ wns dedicated on April 7, 18S3,
A few days previously Mr. Taylor play
ed the Instrument before King Kala
kaua. The organ was Installed before
tho seating accommodation was pro
vided. Mr. Taylor has two relics of tho or
gan In his possession, which Is purely
by accident. A few days before tho fira
he had removed two goldon trumpets
from the Instrument for repairs, and
these articles the fire 'left In his handH
Alter weeks of preparation our store
Is ready fur inspection. Santa Clans
is hero to nstdst and has placed his
It tter box in our tttoro. Each and ov
cry lllllo boy and girl on tho Islands It'
Invited torltu to. him. A, beautiful
doll Is eitfcrod oh a 'jirlzo to the little
girl and a line coaster wagon to the
llttlu boy writing tho most original let
ter. On Xmas Kvu they will bo opened
and prizes awnrded by representatives
from tho Honolulu press. 1'rucR on
exhibition in our windows. : : : :
WALL, NICHOLS CO., LTD.
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AT MAY'S .
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Found Royalty Like Other People,
I Sydney Is chuckling over the ntorj
' l" till. t tr rtf n . I.....Mllnn .nl I . In, n
who, being much Interested In such
Institutions, wns InvlUd with her litis
hand and party tn visit ono of tho big
London hospitals, miys a London cor
lcspondcut. They wero nlso UBkcd by
their fiieiids a gentleman great In
shipping circles to meet tho Princess
L'hrfHtlnn. On arrival at tho hospital
tuci wire or tho politician taw a lady
or distillled proportions, whom she un
derstood to bit tho matron. Sho spoke
very giaclnusly to her of tlio flno place
she mnnnged. Thu supposed matron
asked If tho Australian lady would
bring her hutbnml introduce, him, nt'
sue wouia uo so delimited to meet an
Australian minister of tho crown. Very
graciously me, request was accedtd to,
Kir uasli Illunk being presented te
ine matron or tins nno hospital."
On leaving the Institution tho null-
tleian's wlfo remarked to tho shipping
"It Is u wonder wo l)nvo not met tho
1'rineeHS Chrlstlun; I seo n carriage
at tho gate with tho servants In royal
"Yini'vu not only teen her royal high
ness, but you'vo talked to ner for halt
an hour, and presented your hiiHband
to her," mlil tho shipping man wltr
mi amused smile.
If your carpets are
soiled we will
take them up.
clean them, anj
relay them fir you
at verv little cost.
given on : : 1: s
: ; : application.
HOPP & CO.,
Leading Furniture Deilers
Crr.Kingand Bethel Sts.
TEL MAIN 04.
Art Embroidery and Stamping.
Full line of Art Materials : :
Art Embroidery Taught : :
Love RuilrlinO, Fort StreeJ
M. Phillips & Co.
Wholesale Importers and Jobbers.
European and American Dry Goods.
Fort and Queen Sts.
H. Hackfeidft Co., Ltd.
General Commission Agents.
Cor. Fort and Queen Streets, Honolulu.
THIS SPACE. RESERVED FOR
Governor Dole said: "It Is best to
he p.it titular about tho authenticity
Accuracy Is next In Importance, Ac
curate copies nro guaranteed when
J. D AVERY, Public Typewriter.
Tel. Main 16. Over Harts, Hotel 8t.
An attempt Is being made to get up
collegiate football game for Chrlst
jias Day. The Honolulu Athletic
Club is anxious to have the I'unahou's
play them on that day but the latter
cam does not look favorably on tho
proposition and there Is no hope from
that direction. If n gamo could bo ar
ranged between these two teams, (hero
Is no doubt whatever that there would
bn'thc largest attendance that has ever
Jccn seen nt any game during the pres
If It Is learned definitely that lh
Punnhou team will not play, nn at-'
.cinpt will ho made to get the Malic
Mimas to buck up against tho Ilonn
lulus. These two teums would make
t very Interesting contest
The object of thu promoters of tho
proposition Is to get enough money In
the hands of the football league to paj
tho remainder of tho cxpEnt.es of the
season, wlilc.li are considerable. Al
though quite n large sum has been tak
en In at tho games during tho season,
the money Is not sulllcleut to pay all
Ibo debts that havo been incurred.
A gume on Christmas Day Is just
what would stilt the people of Honolulu
who, after the pleasant exchanges of
the morning have been completed, usu
ally cast about for somctnlng to do 01
somewhere to go on that day. A foot
ball game would just top off the da)
In fine style. '
ONLY TIIREB CA8BH.
There were only three cases In tho
Police Court this forenoon nnd Jttdgo
Wilcox sat less than tlvo minutes on
The first rase was that of Akakn, n
Chinaman, nnd one of tho oldest back-
men In the city. Ho was charged with
leaving his hack tied in front of nno
of the saloons of. tho city. When tli"
barkmiin appeared before Judge Wil
cox, he explained that a passenger
whom he happened to have, went Inter
the saloon nnd remained quite n whllo
lie did not want to stand nut In front
of 11 tnlaon very niui'li longer, so he
tied up his horse nml went Into tell
his passenger that It was time tn go.
During tho very Blunt tlmo that ho wun
In the saloon, a police oClrcr arrived
nn the scene and took his back to the
police station. On tbn haekman prom
ising that ho would not repent thn of
fense, hu was r'lowcd to go without
The second rase was that of th
Porto ltlc.in, Juan Lugo, mentioned in
yesterdaj's paper ns having been nr
rcBted on tho charge of vagrancy. Tho
prcserutlng officer explained that thn
man Irtil actually worked nun day dur
ing tlio month anil that therefore he
would have to ask that 11 notlo proiiqiil
he granted. The 1'qrto Khnn win
Tho third case wes that of a Japan
eke, Tomiiiign by name, who wns ar
retted last night on the charge of
being found standing nt 11 plaeo other
than the appointed stand. Tho prose
cuting o nicer Mated that tho arrest
had been made under a misappi'dica
sIonv Tim defendant bud been forced
wjtli others of his stand to tnko up nn
ntber place, on account of the clnso
proximity of the piovlous stand to tho
tiacks of the llapld Transit Co. A
nolle present w.ia entered nnd tho man
allowed to go.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
'The Bulletin's special Industrial edi
tion can be obtained at this office or
the news-stands. Price 25 cents.
There have been nn arrests In the
Luhcck case yet.
Hapld Transit stock sold for (9t.n0
a slinra this morning.
Tho work of making tho Oceanic
wharf rnt proof is going on rapidly.
Tho It. I'. Klthct was taking sugar
from tho Manna Loa this morning.
W. A, Wall, tho surveyor, returned
from Hawaii In tho Mauna Loa this
Two cottages centrally located to let,
I also a large furnished house. Sec Class
Auction sale of surrey, pony cart,
horso and harness. Seo Jns. F. Mor
Engineer Scott formerly of the Inter
Island Co, will leave for the Ctiast
with his family next week.
Tho bnrkentlnc Encore will be rendy
to take ballast tomorrow. She hns
undo a very fast Job of discharging.
Intending rasscngcrs by steamer So
noma leaving Honolulu for the Coast on
Dec. 10, plenso read notice on last page.
The big far nt the rectory of Bt.
Clement's Chapel tomorrow afternoon
and evening should not bo forgotten.
Christian Carl Tuck, a subject of
Germany, was made n citizen of the
United States by Judge Esteo this
llourbon whiskey C years old, $3.50 f
claret, 60 cents; sherry and Tokay, 75
cents a gallon at Hoffsehlaegcr Co.'s,
Mr. Van Dine, agricultural Instruc
tor In the Normal School, took hlsj
class through the Territorial Nursery
In King street this morning.
The withdrawal of the protest of the 1
Honolulu Athletic Club leaves the
I'uiiahoiiH the pennnnt winners In the
football contests of the present season.
The agent of Wells. Kargo & Co.'
Express requests that packages for tho
S. S. Sonom-., Dec. 10, bo brought tn
the office before Monday noon. See nil
on front page.
The damage to the ship Uoanoke by
fire Is much greater than was nt first
thought. Several thousand dollars will
lie required to put the vrssel In condi
tion to go to sea.
An Ideal Christmas gift would be a
ItodHk. The Honolulu Photo Supply
Co. hns a fine nssortment of all kinds
of kodaks and cameras nnd Invito you
to their store to nco them.
The football game between tho Ar
tillery and Honolulu Athletic Club
teams en the campus nt O.iliti College
tomorrow afternoon nt 3:30 o'clock,
will bo the Inst of the season.
Jarcd Smith, director of the United
States Agricultural Experiment Sta
tion, is not expected back from tho
Island of Hawaii until a week from to
morrow. He Is there on n tour of ob
Tho regular monthly meeting of the
Mothers and Teachers' Club takes
place nt the Punahou Preparatory
school on Herefnnln street Ht .1 o'clock
this afternoon. All those. Interqsteil
aro cordially invited to attend.
Among the arrivals from Hawaii and
Maul ports In tho Mauna Loa this
morning wero the following: Frnnk
Orecnwell, Mrs. McQueen and flvi
children, K. Todd. A. Todd, W. A.
Drown, W. A. Allen, W. W. Hoyd, J.
Hognn, J. McQueen, Mrs. Walters and
Kclllholoknl, n nathe, Is at tho po
lice station awaiting Investigation by
the police authorities for running over
n Japanese hoy with his dray on Queen
street, shortly nftcr 11 o'clock this
forenoon. The victim of the accident
Is very badly Injured, particularly
iibout tho head. Ho has been taken to
the Queen's hospital for treatment.
A moitlng of tho stockholders of the
Territory Stnbles Co, was held yester
day afternoon. Kesolutlons offcctlni;
certain business ventures and tho fu
ture policy of tho company wero ra
ed.t The exact nnturo of these will
not be given out yet. Tho meeting
was harmonious In every respect nnd
showed rtint the two factions which
enme to nn open rupture n little whllo
ngo, have de-elded to combine forces
and work for the good of tho company.
John Andrado. tho former manager, In
now working nt tho stables ns assist
ant mnnager, nnd everything Is going
along In fine style,
Postage on the "Bulletin's special In-
Jnu&trlal edition is t'rirce cents to nil
parts or the States
The Bulletin, 75 conta car month.
The llulgnrlans aro tho eriuals In
modern civilization of any nation of
eastern Kurope. Bays tho Huston
1'rnnscrlpt. They nro not savages as
"omn of tho most excited of nnr mn.
plo seem to imagine. They aic a
tnrlstlan roll:, whoso good will l
ward Americans In general and Ana.i
enii missionaries In pirtlrular h-ts
beer too often displayed to leave
room for any doubt 01 Us vxlvti.i'o
Ah hough tho Ureek. Church Is the
luminal rcugicn or iiuigarla, Many
imiKiirinu puoue men nro graituatej ot
nr bnvo been students nt Itohore lini
lege, at Constantinople, nn institution
ullillnted with our missionary enter-pr-WH.
Indeed, llulgaiia's polit.'efcl
ird social development baa been In
mi 1 mall degree st' r.ulaWil by tin
culture) spread by our mlsilonniy ef
fort. There is not' tho nllg.itoa.
gioiind for tho many blurs and sneers
at llulgarlu which havo appeared in
tht American press sluco Mlsj mono
nas taken captive, it may bo added
hat tlio Bulgarians have what many
It Isn't surprising to hear that Mark
llniinu requested nil tho MeKlnley doc
tors to send their hills to him, and th.t
he would pay them out of his gwn
pocket. It Is not thought llnely that
his request will bo complied with, but
It la very like Mr. Hanna, just the
same. Moston Herald,
19 --RUPTURE CIMD
war ter tut.LJiKlf.
'riiiininU lu im Uf 11 1 mill
alllw.r uttiiiKtiiif 1 or iiiii
Hiiiill irit), l itHlrM hi
f liltoii if tlrtl Ut. Hi ur
ty nml 1 oinforl t hr rup-
i-i - -1 iiirni, 11 ttnuiiTd mi vr
C -.itv7 orlntlunilorulKin, llili-t-i
! ltK-5i II,. unl! IiivIk-I
"ItoollrlKo.! Klvlrui full InfiTiitalum nMitl.uiiiittsil
itrlT nn i-!) ? Mtimi- him) tli'f it tvl I nl or urt.lrt
uuitic Tiun u "iwhi"u.uiiriAi.mca
Wo nro now In shape andt prepared
to meet our customers. "" "
Our Immense stock of now styles aro
Tho ladles' Manlsh and tho men's
College 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.
J. H. FISHER
Stock ui Bond Brokers.
FIRE ASSOCIATION, of Phllsdelphlv
WESTERN ASSURANCE CO. of T(
HONOLULU HTOCK HXCHANCH
Honolulu. December G, loot
" " " I -
! IflNERNY SHOE STORE
These columns present a list of goods of unusual value and
tho prices nro far below thoso of other houses, for tho reason that
In buying such nn Immcnso stock our New fork Buyer has mado
n great deal, and being out of tho high-rent belt wo can offer
better Inducements than our down-town competitors.
The prices nro not the only consideration; you will find the
Btock complete, and wo teel sure that thcro Is not another store
In town that presents such a fine assortment.
This department Includes tho
best Amerlcnn and Kuropean
Mechanical Toys, Animal Arks,
Klro Kngtnes, Hose, Cnrts, Toy
Wagons, llulldlng I) I o c 1; n,
Games of all kinds; In short,
Toys of every description.
Useful articles which wilt
mako handsome presents for
either ladles or gentlemen, and
submit tho following list to
List of Articles.
Toilet Sots, Hand Painted
Necktlo Uoxcs, Hand Painted
Haudkerchlef tloxcs, Work
boxes. Hand Painted Collar aud
Cuff Uoxcs. Manicure Bets, Jew
el Iloxcs. Photo Cases. Smokers'
Sets, Shaving 'Sets, Albums.
Aro also includod tn this depart
ment, and wo havo just receiv
ed a flno nssortment by tho Ala
meda. Tho fact is wo received
moro than wo actually need, so
In order to dlsposo' of them all
wo will sell them at a discount
of 25 per cent.
Thoy nro flno Umbrellas at
tho original prices, and with thu
discount aro a great bargain.
I Largo assortment of handles
to choose from.
AND OPAL WARE.
This Is something new this
year, and Includes many cholco
Such articles mako pretty
presents. Wo havo a spcciany
largo assortment, rrlccs from
25c to $5.
Wo havo Imported direct from
Switzerland, tho very latest
production of Handkerchiefs,
nnd aro proud of tho assort
ment wo can now show you. Wo
havo Handkerchiefs ot tho
finest linen, hemstitched or em
broidered, both for ladles nnd
for gentlemen, besides a stock
of Laco Handkerchiefs. Wo
would llko everybody Interested
In this department to come and
seo the Embroidered Handker
chiefs wo oner at 25c.
Wo havo tho very prettiest
ones. In nil sizes; prices from
10c to $5.
' Handsomclv dressed Dolls In
silks nnd satins, etc.
Largo Dolls arcscil In tho
verv latest styles of dresses.
Undrescd Kid Dolls, Jotntod
Dolls. Hag Dolls and Doll Dons.
All kinds of Dolls.
C, flrnACon..n .
LU. Km ft Co.. Lti..
a Plantation fa ..
Hiwillin SupitCo ...
Ha'ku Suar Co ...,
; Kattuhu Plantation Co,
, Koloa Suar Co
0hu SvJr Co .
okiia Susar plan. Co
Olaa r LU., at
PaauhauSu. Plan. Co..
Paclf c Sucar Mil
Pa la Plantation Co....
PtfttonSift Co ...
Plonrtr nlll Co. Aim
Wtlalua Arr. Co . .
Wallnlrtl Surar Co ....
Walnanalo Surar Co .
Wl dr SttafnihlB Co.
l"ttrHlan J Siaam N.Co!
.1i.M,n t-ifttriCCo ,.!
Hon. Rapid T.k I an JO
Mutual itoenonLo ,
Oijj tV Ik LanJ Co
Ptopia Kt Kir i-oi
Flrit National Dik
Hawaiian Gov t prcn
Hllo H. K. Co. 6 percent
nn. naru irnin.. .
fca PUnnt'n ft tr rn
Uahu U ft Land Co. r' c
uanu fian-auon ope
uiaa naniation epc.
Sale H. RJJ: L. Co.. fijj.5o.
PACIFIC IMPORT COMPANY, "o
Pro(JrcH ISIock. Fort Street.
Mgr Rlnaldlnl, the Papal Nuncio at
Madrid, Is probably tho only Roman
Catholic prelate or divine who can
boast of having had a full-fledged king
to nttend him as server at mass. While
passing through San Sebastian the
other day on his way to home he was
asked by the Queen Regent to cele
brate mnss on tho following morning
In tho rhapcl of the royal castle. When
he made his appearance as requested to
offlclnto he found young King Alfonso
ready tn act as his server, and It waa
apparent from the readiness with
which the royal lad fulfilled his duties
during the mass that It was not the
first time that he had officiated In that
WILLARD K. BROWN.
W. A. LOVE.
Halstead & Co.;
ON SUGAR SECURITIES.
921 Fort Street,
Stock and Bond Exchange.
CLINTON J. HUTCHINS,
f(r,Mt (J " Jf
is. 11 gu Jff
Stock and Bond Broker
Member of Honolulu Stock Eichingi
Orders lor the purchase or sale of stocks
ano bonds carefully and promptly exwuttd.
Ground Floor, Judd Building.
Fostoffice Box joo. lelephon. 169.
MclINBRNV BLOCK, FORT ST.
Judd & Co., Ltd.
307 Stnndcnwuld Building.
P. O. Box 007. Tel. Mnln 328
No More Dread
FtHb Dental Chair
TEnTH HXTIIACTE!) AND K1LLKI
VUSOLUTELY WITHOUT FAIN b
mr Into scientific rriuibol applied to th
urns. No sleep-producing agents o
Tbcso are the only dental parlors I'
llonolulu hnvlng I'ATKNTi:!) Al'l'Ll
ANCES and Ingredients to extract, tl
ind apply gold riowns and porcelali
Towns undcvtecablo from natural teei
till wun anted for ten yeurs, WITH
JUT THE LEAST PAIN All wor.
lone by OUAflUATEn OENHSTd o
;rom 12 to 20 years' experience. 11111
jcti department In charge nr u Special
at. Ulvo us a call, and you will lim
is to do exactly us we indvertlne. W.
vlll toll you In admin o eMictly wlni
vour work will eost iiv a FREE EX
Set Teeth .... nn
liolel CrnwiiH K5.0I
llolil I'lMitCH '"
llvee I'l liniiH A".
Our name nlone will t, b iiiuhhi.
thnt your work will he nf the ipi
New Y(irk Dental Parlor?
Room 4, Elite luUdlnc, Hotel Rlrpe
I.AI1IES IN ATTPNOANfP
A Santa Claus
- - IN 8IIAPU OP - -
ON -ALL -TOYS
BOUGHT FROM Mn TO
TIIH lOtli OP DCCIlAtltlMt
JUST OPEN 111) a large Mock
of good ordered before Inten
tl ii ot altering front of store.
All must be cleared out : t :
B. W. JORDAN'S
uWtrtV -.. vi ti
j.. $L u y i:k. c . jjj.,-si&kk&t& .aw. ztiL-zkb