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ttVHNINO BULLBTIV,, BJi.OLULU, II. T SATUBDAY, DEC. 7, 1901.
Are Very Acceptable
whether given by a man or
Holiday Gifts, and always In good facte
an or n woman: nnd thev have the advan
tage of being useful as well. '
Wo have the finest assortment to be found In the Hawaiian Inl
andsIt Is absolutely complete.
If you will read this advertisement you aresure to find some
thing that will suit your purse and your Ideas.
Buys one dozen Lace Embroidered Cot
ton Handkerchiefs; or one dozen Lawn
Handkerchiefs, Hemstitched and fan
cy striped edges,
flt jfjfV Du'fl four M) Ladles' Lawn Handker
kw I chiefs, Embroidered with Lace, or
r I tlflf three (3) Puro Linen Lawn ladles'
T " " Handkerchiefs, lace embroidered.
Ladles' Pure Irish Linen Handkerchiefs, with Initials In tho
corner; homstltched; six in n box, for $1.75. Ladles' Pure Irish
Linen Handkerchiefs, with embroidered edges, a great variety to
choose from; prices 60c, 75c, $1, 11.25 to 11.50 each. Ladles' Initial
ed Linen Handkerchiefs, unlaundered, six in a package, for $1.
Children's Initialed Cotton Handkerchiefs, very sultablo for Xmas
gifts, three in a box, for 25c. Men's Pure Irish Linen Handker
chiefs, hemstitched, 25c to COc each. Men's Pure Irish Linen
Lawn Handkerchiefs, hemstitched and Initialed, J2.75 per box of
six. Real Honiton and Battenburg Lace Handkerchiefs, hand-made,
prices ranging as high as 12 each.
B. F. EHLERS & CO., FORT ST.
The HONOLULU INVESTMENT CO., Ltd.
Office Jadd Building, Merchant St.
The regular monthly meeting of the
Mothers and Teachers' Club was held
In tho I'unahou Preparatory school
yesterday afternoon. The hall wa'S
filled with mothers and teachers. Mltj
Cora Panabakcr was chairman. Tlui
meeting was opened with a vocal to
lection by Mies Ada Whitney. Tho
secretary read the report of tho special
committee recently appointed by the
club to Investigate the possibilities of
establishing public parks to be use)
as piny grounds for Ilia children of
tho city. Tho report was lb followi:
"We, the committee on play
grounds, feel that thoro Is urgent
r.ccd for the establishment of publlo
rluygrounds, and we recommend that
In addition to the lands alreadv l.et
r.fMl, that pby pounds bo establish'.1 1
at Kaakopui nnd In the vicinity ot
Knlu anl school, If i.ultable lands tan
(Signed.) "EDOAlJ WOOD,
"Chairman of Comml'tco on Play
Miss Alllo M. Felkcr, principal ol
the Knahumanu school, mado a plea In
fevor of playgrounds for the children.
D L. Van Dine, agricultural Instruc
tor In the Normal school, read a papcf
on gardening and Mrs. Shaw delivered
a short lecture on cooking. v
Tho next meeting ot the Club will
be held on January 10. TC02, Prof. N.
Thompson will speak on carpentering
and Mrs. Isabella Crelghton will read
a study on sewing.
THE GREENWICH INSURANCE CO.
Assets i, 373,3 1 8.29.
THE INS. COMPANY OF NORTH AMERICA.
NEW ZEALAND INSURANCE CO.
Subscribed Capital $5,000,000.00.
THE WESTCHESTER FIRE INS. CO.
THE GERMANIA LIFE INSURANCE CO.
THE CANTON MARINE INSURANCE OFFICE.
Subscribed Capital $2,500,000.00.
PACIFIC SURETY COMPANY.
The HONOLULU INVESTMENT CO., Ltd.
General Insurance, Real Estate and Financial Agents
A. V. OEAR, President. EMIETT MAY, Secretary.
Ready at Last
After weeks of preparation our storo
Is ready for inspection. Santa Claus
Is hero to assist and has placed his
letter box In our storo. Each and ev
ery llttlo boy and girl on tho Islands lu
Invited to write to him. A beautiful
doll la offered as a prlzo to tho little
girl and a fine coaster wagon to tho
llttlo boy writing tho most original let
ter. On Xmas Eve they will bo opened
and prizes awarded by representative!
from tho Honolulu press.' Prizes on
exhibition In our windows. : : : :
Praise for American Press.
Tho London Times has published a
long article dealing -with American
newspaper methods. Its author is now
supposed to be Moberly Bell, manager
of the Times. Evidently he Is Inclined
to poke a little fun at the means
sometimes employed by Interviewed
In order to make Interesting copy, yet.
In conclusion, he Is moved to say some
very agreeable things about American
Journalism. He finds that our press Is
Improving, nnd Is positive that It will
continue to Improve. Referring to the
leading newspaper men of tho United
States,- he says that "however mujli
one may differ from their standpoint
or deprecato their methods, it Is Im
possible to deny their quick Intelli
gence and breadth of view or tho thor
ough earnestness and uprightness of
purpose by which the conductors of
the press nre actuated." He asserts
too, that the American press can com
pare on equal terms with tho English
press "In Indepcndnsco and Incorrupt
ibility, financial, political, or social."
Any American who has taken tho
trouble to study the press of this coun
try has known nil along that, In spite
of the Influence of tho yellow Journal,
thi) American newspapers aim high
nn! icallze their ambition In a fair de
grt-e. It Is pleasant, however, to find
nn English Journalist of wldo reputo
acknowledging the merits of our news
papers. Worcester Spy,
WALL, NICHOLS CO., LTD.
BUY YOUR 'XMAS
BUY YOUR 'XMAS
BUY YOUR 'XMAS
PACIFIC UNION OIL CO.
Located in the Famous Coalings Oil
Fields of California.
Proven oil lands, completely sur
rounded by as rich oil-producing wells
as there are In tho State, yielding from
SO to 250 barrels per day.
Contract prices for oil at tho Coal-
inga wells, 70 cents per barrel.
With twenty-nvo producing wells of
100 barrels each per day, you can
make your own calculation as to
The oil Industry of California Is In
Us Infancy, yet many fortunes have
been made by judicious and lucky In
vestments In oil stock. Many more
will be made In the near future
The average advance on original
sales ot oil stock In twenty leading
companies In California has been
from $1 to $108 per share.
Oil lands have advanced from I1.2S
to $1,000 and $2,000 per acre.
When the Pacific Union Oil Com
pany has a number of producing wells
on Its property, Its stock will have
tho same show for even a greater ad
vance, as some oil stock has advanced
from $1 to $1,500 per share.
The Pacific union oil company nts
no salaried officer?, and is controlled
by well-known gentlemen of integrity,
who will see that the money derived
from the sale ot stock will bo legiti
mately applied to the development ol
For further information, appiy 10 J.
II. FISHER & CO.. Stock and Bond
Brokers, and Hawaiian agents for tho
salo of a limited amount ot Pacific
Union Oil Company stock. Stangen
wald building. Merchant street.
If your carpets are
soiled we will
take them up,
clean tliem, and
relay them for you
at very little cost.
given on : : : : :
: : : application.
flOPP & CO.,
Leading Furniture Dealers
Cor. King and EethelSts.
WHEN PA RODE THE GOAT.
Josh Wink In Ualttmore America.
The house Is full of arnica
And Mystery profound;
We do not daro to run about
Or mako tho slightest sound.
Wo leave the big piano sliut
And do not strlko a note:
Tim doctor's been here seven times
Since father rode the goat.
Ho Joined the lodge n week ago
Got In at 4 n. m
And sixteen brcthern brought -him
Though ho says ho brought them.
His wrist was sprained nnd one big rip
Had rent his Sunday coat
There must haye been a lUcly tlmo
When father rode tho goat.
He'a resting on the couch today
And practicing his Blgns
The hailing signal, working grip'
And other monkeyshlnes;
He mutters passwords 'neath bll
And other things he'll quote
They surely had an evening's work
When faUicr rode tho goat.
He has a gorgeous uniform,
All gold and red and blue,
A hat with plumes and yellow braid
And golden badges, too.
But, somohow, when we mention It,
He wears a look so grim,
We wonder If he rode the goat
Or If the goat rode him.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
The Bulletin's special Industrial edi
tion can be obtained at this office or
the news-stands. Price 25 cents.
Tho Federal Grand Jury Is In ses
Go out to the fair at St. Clement's for
all manner of good things.
The Merchants' Association meets
at 2 o'clock for iho purposo of trans
acting important business.
Theo. F. Lansing has been appoint
ed agent for the Trustees of Gear,
Lansing & Co. Vov. G, 1901.
Bourbon whiskey 6 years old,, $3.50;
claret, 50 cents; sherry and Tokay, 75
cents a gallon at Holfschlaeger Co.'s,
C. K. At was tho only bidder for
tho license to sell awa on tho Island
ot Oaliu. He got it for $1001, or ono
dollar above tho upset price.
There will be an auction sale ol
tobacco at 10 o'clock a, m. on Tuesday,
also Bale ot furniture and tailor goods,
Sec Jas. F. Morgan's column.
Fine linen handkerchiefs are adver
tised by Ehters & Co. (or holiday gifts,
Real hand-made "Honiton" and "Bat
tenburg" as high as $12 each.
Postmaster Oat says there was no
authority given from the Post Offict
for the statement that the transport
Egbert Is duo to arrive today.
Thero will bo a Christmas tree at
the Castlo kindergarten on tho night
before Christmas. It will bo a very
Jelly event. The presents are already
The agent of Wells, Fargo & Co.'s
Express requests that packages for tho
S. S. Sonoma, Dec. 10, be brought to
the. office before Monday noon. See ad
on front page.
An Ideal Christmas gift would be a
kodak. The Honolulu Photo Supply
Co. has a fine assortment of ; all kinds
of kodaks and cameras and Invite you
to their store to see them.
Don't forget Camarlnos of the Call
fornla Fruit Market when you want
fruit and vegetables. He always has
on hand a fresh supply of both Califor
nia and Island fruits. Tekphono Main
A car of the Rapid Transit Co. will
leave the power house nt 3 o'clock this
afternoon and will go out to the Ferti
lizer works In Kallhl. This will be
the first attempt over the latest exten
sion of the line.
The weekly Rlblo class of tho Young
Women's Christian Association will
be beldxon Sunday afternoon nt 3:30
at Theo. Richards' house, corner of
Klnau nnd Kaplolanl streets. All mem
bers are cordially invited.
'Thoughts from a Master Thinker,"
Is the subject of the address nt the
V. M. C. A. meeting tomorrow nfter
noon nl 4 o'clock. T. J. Penflcld of Ka,
mchameha school Is the speaker. Miss
Edith M. Rogers will sing and W. U
Fletcher will bo at tho piano.
Do not forget the football game this
afternoon between tho Honolulu
Athletic Club nnd Artillery teams on
tho campus nt Oaliu College. Play
hcgtns at 3:30 o'clock Bharp. The
Honolulus are tho favorites nt present
but, as In last Saturday's game, tho
soldiers may have another surprise on
Senator W. C. Achi met with a pain
ful accident near Kamchamelm school
lust night. Ho was running to catch a
Rapid Transit car and fell Into an
excavation closo to the side of the
track. He was found by Officer Willi.
At first. It was thought that Mr. Acht
had broken his leg but this proved to
bo a mistake. Hotvcvcr, tho tendons
of the leg were badly sprained. Officer
Wills took Mr. Achi to his home.
(0 a Teniis Lover
The highest (trade
of this shoe made,
litis extra rubber
soles, to replace
the present ones,
when worn out.
A New Tennis
J. H. FISHER
Stock and Bond Brokers.
FIRE ASSOCIATION, of Philadelphia,
WESTERN A8SURANSE CO, of Tt
Offices Stangenwald Bids Mo
HONOLULU STOCK BXCHANOB
Honolulu, December 7, toot
NAME OF STOCK
I ri P
McINERNY SHOE STORE
BOOK AND WATER COLOR
Men who do not hesitate to make
promises aro most likely not to hesi
tate to break them.
orSllvcrore. No worlliltti ticket.
fttiri we mall Inatructlonii, tortlmonl-j
aluftmlpctul fill m ft Kouteclr a
rrettr Piece of (toldllatrdJewvIrr, WrlteHonce.
Ac nn Book Co Box 38. JUrmlHt. N. Carolina U ft
Invention of Shoes.
Sandals were most common among
the Orientals. As they were mere soles
soles of wood or leather fastened to the
foot with strings, they were no protec
tion from the dust; henco arose th
hospitable practlro of washing tho visi
tor's feet a practice so much insisted
upon by public opinion, that If any
ono passing out of a house bent the
dust from his feet It showed that they
had not been washed, and left on the
houso tho reproach of hospitality,
winch was the deepest jif all dishonor,
Tlio Greeks nnd Romans added tho
moccasin or huskln to tho sandal
the former was worn by tragic actors.
I lie shoo makes quite a feature In En
gllsh history. In the tlmo of Richard I,
says Stow, "began tho detestable use
of piked shoos, the toes being tied up
to tho knee with chains of silver or
gilt." Edward IV., says tho same his
torlan, ordained "that no man wearo
shoos or boots having toes nasslnir
two Inches long; no peaks of boots or
shoots to pass that length on palne of
cursing by the clerglc."
TEL MAIN 64.
Mrs. H. H. Williams
Art Embroidery and Stamping.
Full line of Art Materials i :
Art Embroidery Taught ; :
Love Rulldlnt. Port Street
Governor Dole said: "It is best to
bo particular about tho authenticity
Accuracy Is noxt In Importance Ac
curnto coplos aro guaranteed when
J, D. AVERY, Public Typewriter.
Tel. Main 16. Over Harts, Hotel St.
I'. A. Terry begs to announce an
exhibit nnd salo ot standard, holiday
and unusual books In single volumes
and sets, Including many choice exam
ples ot tho binders' art, among others
tho work of tho celebrated Zahncsdorf
us well as Riviere, Tout, and Dudly
Cockcrlll of London, and Alfred Mat
thew, Dartlett, Root, Wamock and
other custom binders ot this country
being worthy of particular mention
also illustrated books ot every de
scription, among tho many being a
number Illumined in water colors, en
tirely by band. Mr, Perry also has. a
flno collection of original water color
paintings (many of them framed ready
for hanging), among tho well known
artists whose work Is represented be
ing Edmund II. Osthaus, who, since
Landeers' death, Is considered to bo the
world's greatest dog painter, Marie
Osthaus Griffith, whose landscapes and
wood scenes am In great demand on
the Eastern coast, Ralph Fletcher
Seymour, whose dainty books nnd
booklets, Illustrated by hlmBvlf, are
tho Bensatlon of the East, 8. R. Chaffee
the tree and water painter, Clms. M.
Mussel, tho cowboy artist, whoso work
Is In such demand that It is sold be
fore It Is commenced, E. 8. Paxson, the
grent Indian delineator, who paints
equally well In oil and water, Ilesslo M.
Dunster, whoso work In wnter color Is
now very hard to secure, owing to her
departuro Into the field of mlnlnturo
portrait painting, Ruth Adams Turner,
tho figure painter and book Illumina
tor; Helen DeLnnge, U D. Moro and
others, nnd respectfully Invites inspec
tion. The Bccond story of tho new Col
llns building on King street, opposite
tho well known establishment of Wall,
Nichols Co., has been secured and ex
hibit will begin on Monday. No goods
will be sold or reserved on first dny.
Mr, Perry has with him several very
rare and valuable hand made books
that aro not for sale.
It It Is true that Miss Ilobhouse, the
lady who reported tho horrors of the
Ilrltlnh detention camps, has been de-porl-.d
from South Africa, tho fact Vvlll
glo confirmation to nil she baa said,
and establish n Mieng suspicion that
wor.ii) if mains to iu tcld, and that she
has been lanUlnil for fear shu will tell
It. IMillddc'plil.1 Ledger.
The real uldcawnko young man will
mako it a point to get tho proper
amount ct sleep,
The light annoys tho man who wants
The Bulletin's special Industrial edi
tion can be obtained at this office or
the news-stands. Price 25 cents.
Pottage on the Bulletin's special In
dustrial edition Is three cents to all
parts of the States,
&!9 RUPTURE CURED
r4vjsmi: wnif.r tiwimmiirtj mr nut
1 f mult inve. I IttiU.l in
I Hy vi Mum uf iliM.nf hur
t.v. .1 1 j' iivitiiilitiiiildtt la Meruit
AirjT.TTr'fl t""?t turnt. NotuHhl- wt ft-
J t-JLTZr orlouotittoruhun. MitoM
Vi n the woil iivrtlfjii
naollriffa. 1" plYUitf full Infortunium ii..iliH.limiirMI
It1rnnri4i)li'. kiiimiiKtHtili ailvt. J allfiril lrt
uomiie TBJis ca " "k '" ft ruimca
These columns present a list ot goods of unusual value and
tho prices are far below those of other houses, for the reason that
In buying such an Immcnso stock our New York Buyer has mado
a great deal, and being out of tho high-rent belt wo can otter
better Inducements than our down-town competitors.
The prices arc not tho only consideration; you will And tho
stock complete, and wo feel euro that thero Is not another storo
In town that presents such a flno assortment.
This department Includes tho
best American and European
Mechanical Toys, Animal Arks,
Flro Engines, Hose, Carts, Toy
Wagons, llulldlng II 1 o c k s,
Onmes of all kinds; In short,
Toys of every description.
Useful articles which will
mako hnndsomo presents for
cither ladles or gentlemen, nnd
submit tho following list to
List of Articles.
Toilet Sets, Hand Painted
Necktlo Uoxes, Hand Painted
Handkerchief Boxes, Work
boxes, Hand Painted Collar and
Cull Iloxos, Manlcuro SetB, Jew
el Uoxes, Photo Cases, Smokers'
Sets, Shaving Sets, Albums.
Are also Included In this depart
ment, nnd 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 them at a discount
of 25 per cent.
Thoy aro flno Umbrellas at
tho original prices, and with tho
discount nro a great bargain.
I-argo assortment ot handles
to chooso from.
AND OPAL WARE.
This Is something new this
year, and Includes many cholco
Such articles mako pretty
presents. Wo havo a spcclany
largo assortment, l'rlces from
25c to 5.
Wo havo Imported direct from
Switzerland, tho very latest
production of Handkerchiefs,
and aro proud of tho assort
ment we enn now show you. Wo
havo Handkerchiefs ot tho
finest linen, hemstitched or em
broidered, both for ladles and
for gentlemen, besides a stock
of Laco Handkerchiefs. Wo
would llko everybody Interested
In this department to como and
see tho Embroidered Handker
chiefs wo otter at 25c.
We have tho very prettiest
ones, in all sizes; prices from
10c to $5.
Handsomely dressed Dolls In
silks nnd satins, etc.
1-nrgo Dolls drescd In tho
very latest styles of dresses.
Undrcscd Kid Dolls, Jointed
Dolls, Rag Dolls and Doll Dons.
All kinds of Dolls.
C. 8rtwr ACometnv..
LB. Km Co,, LU.,
twt PUntitlon Co .M'
Htwillin aufif t-o ...
Honoom Sugar Co .
rUiku Suetr Co
Kthuku Plant-lfon Co
Klpthutu Sugar Co...
Koloa Sugar Co
O.tia Sural Co, ..
Ookata Sugar Plan. Co
Olaa Su. Co.. LU., at I
Olaa SuCo.LU.pl up J
Paaubau Su. Plan. Co
Pacific Sugar Mill
Pals Plantation Co..,,
Papoakco Sugar Co ...
plonr Mill Co
Plontar Mill Co. Aim
Walalua Agr. Co., ,
Walluku Surar Co....
Walraanalo Sugar Co .
Walawa Mill Co
M-itr-itiana ataam n.uo
Hon. Rapid T.ftUndCc
Mutual Taltpnon Co...
OabuRyk Land Co..
Ptopla'a lea ft Rig Co
Flial National Bank..
Hawaiian Gov a par taw
Hllo R. R. Co. o parcint
non. Mapia iraniit...
Eva. Ptantat'n 6 rr can-
uanu naniation ope
Olaa Plantation p c.
Walalua Agilcul. e p e
... I 104
Russell Sage appeared at the morn
ing service of the Dutch Reformed
church, Klfth avenue and Forty-second
street, not long ago In a new suit ot
clothes. Eery one who sat behind him
discovered It was new and also that
It was a ready-made suit by the largo
tag giving the waist measure, fastened
to the coat so that It wns In evldcncd
Just nboc tho back ot the pew. Mrs.
Sage early discovered it and communi
cated the fact to her husband. First he
angled for It over his shoulder then
ho tried to reach It from below. Tlio
members of the congregation were be
coming quite Interested In his quest
when, during tlio singing of a. hymn,
ho gave a sweep up with his arm and
raptured It and put it In a pocket.
. - , 1 1.. ... 1, .1.
PACIFIC IMPORT COMPANY, ".
Projircst Block. Fort (Street.
WILLARD E. DROWN.
W. A. LOVE.
Halstead & Co:;
ON SUGAR SECURITIES.
921 Fort Street.
Stock and Bond Exchange.
CLIINTOIN J. HUTCHI1NS,
Stock and Bond Broker
Member of Honolulu Stock Kicluon
Orders for the purchase or sale of stocks
and bonds carefully and promptly executed.
Ground Floor, Judd Building.
Postoffice Box )oo. Telephone 16a.
McINERlNY BLOCK. PORT ST.
Judd & Co., Ltd.
807 8tancnwald Building.
P. O. Box 007. Tel. Main S8S
No More Dread
op the Dental Chair
TEETH EXTRACTED AND FILLED
ABSOLUTELY WITHOUT TAIN b)
our late scientific method applied to tht
gums. No sleep-producing agents ot
These aro the only dental parlors It
Honolulu having PATENTED APPLI
ANCES and Ingredients to extract, nil
nn,l .nnlv rfnlri r.rflwm and uorcelatL
crowns undcctccablo from natural teeth
and warranted for ten years, WITH
OUT THE LEAST PAIN. All wort
done by ORADUATED DENTISTS ol
from 12 to 20 years' experience, anc
each department In charge of a Special
ist Give us a, call, And you will find
us to do exactly as wo advertise. W
will toll you In ndvaneo exactly what
your work will cost ny a FREE EX
Set Teeth $5 00
Gold Crowns SA.00
Gold Fillings IOO
Hllver rulings out
A Santa Claus
Our name alone will be a guurantei
that your work will bo of the beet
New York Denial Parlors.
nooni 4. Elite llulldlng, lintel Siren'
LADIES IN ATTENTUNW
- - IN SHAPE OP - - J
BIG DISCOUNT J
$& ON -ALL -TOYS
f- L, BOUGHT FROM MB TO JW
,'E TUB 10th OF DECEMBER ljH
JUST OPENED a large stock ijH
of rooJ ordered before Jntcn- H
tlnn of altering front of store. 9
All must be cle.ired out ; ; : I .iEI
r w r w .-v w-v . 4 m.Y fc iiol
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