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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU. H.
MONDAY, DEC. 9,
Are Very Acceptable Holiday Gifts, nnd nlwaB In pood tasto
"whether given by a man or a woman; anil they lmo the advan
tage of being nupftil an well.
We have the finest' assort tr.ent to be found In the Hawaiian Isl
ands It Is absolutely complete.
If you will read this advertisement you nro sine to ftnd some
thing that will suit your purse and jour Ideas.
ff ""'s r"r H Ladles' Lawn Handker-
51k I I II I chief. Embroidered with Lace, or
tTJl jlllf Ihreo (3) Puro Linen Lawn Ladles'
T " Handkerchiefs, laco embroidered.
Ladles' Pure Irish Linen Handkerchiefs, with Initials In tho
corner; hemstitched; six in a box, for $1.75. Ladles' Pure Irish
Linen Handkerchiefs, with 'embroidered edges, n great variety to
chooso from; prices COc, 75c, $1, $1.25 to $1.60 each. Ladles' Initial
ed Linen Handkerchiefs, unlaundered, six In n package, for $1.
Children's Initialed Cotton Handkerchiefs, very suitable for Xmas
gifts, three In a box, for 23c. Men's Pure Irish Linen Handker
chiefs, hemstitched, 25c to COc each. Men's Pure Irish Linen
Lawn Handkerchiefs, hemstitched and Initialed, $2.75 per box of
six. Real Honlton and Batten burg Lace Handkerchiefs, band-made,
pilccs ranging as high as $12 each.
B. F. EHLERS & CO., FORT ST.
Huys one dozen Lace Embroidered Cot
ton Handkerchiefs; or one dozen Lawn
Handkerchiefs, Hemstitched and fan
cy striped edges.
The HONOLULU INVESTMENT CO., Ltd.
Office Judd Building, Merchant St.
THE GttEliXWICIl INSURANCE CO.
THE INS. COMPANY OF NORTH AMERICA.
THE NEW ZEALAND 1XSURAXCE CO.
Stitiscriljcil Capital $5,000,000.00.
THE WESTCHESTER FIRE 1XS. CO.
THE GERMAXIA LIFE IXSURAXCE CO.
THE CANTON MARINE INSURANCE OFFICE.
SulcrilH'l Capital $2,500,000.00.
PACIFIC SURETY COMPAXY.
The HONOLULU INVESTMENT CO., Ltd.
General Insurance, Real Estate and Financial Agents
QEAR, President. EMnETT .MAY, Secretary.
Ready at Last
After weeks of preparation our storo
Is ready for Inspection. Santa Clans
li hero to nsslHt and has placed his
Utter box In uur storo. Each and ev
ery little hoy and girl on tho Islands la
Invited to wrlto to him. A beautiful
doll Is orfered us a prUo to tha llttla
girl and a fine coaster wagon to the
IIUIo boy wilting tho most original let
ter. On Xmas Kvo they will bo opened
and prizes awarded by representative
from tho Honolulu press. Prizes on
exhibition in our windows. : : : :
WALL, NICHOLS CO., .LTD.
BUY YOUR 'XMAS
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BUY YOUR 'XMAS
BUY YOUR 'XMAS
If your carpets are
soiled we will
take them up,
clean them, and
relay them for you
at very little cost.
given on : : : : s
: ; : application.
HOPP & CO.,
Leading Furniture Dealers
Cor. King and Bethel Sts.
PACIFIC UNION OIL CO.
Located In the Famous Coallnga Oil
Fields of California.
Proven oil lands, completely sun
rounded by as rich oil-producing wellc
as thero aro in tho State, yielding from
50 to 250 barrels per day.
Contract prices for oil at tho Coal
lnga wells, 70 cents per barrel.
With twenty-live producing wells of
100 barrels each per day, you can
mako your own calculation as .to
Tbo oil Industry of California Is Ic
Its Infancy, yet many fortunes have
been mado by judicious and lucky in
vestments In oil stock. Many more
will be made In tho near future.
Tho average, advance on original
sales of oil stock In twenty leading
companies .In California has been
from 11 to $108 per share.
OH lands have advanced from Il.Zt
to $1,000 and $2,000 per acre.
When tho Pacific Union Oil com
pany has a number of producing wells
on Its property, Its stock will have
the samo show ror even a greater aa
vanco, as somo oil stock has advanced
from $1 to $1,500 per share.
The Pacific Union Oil Company ni
no salaried officer?, and Is controlled
by well-known gentlemen of Integrity,
who will seo that the money derived
from tho sale of stock will bo legiti
mately applied to tbo development ot
For further Information, apply to J.
II. FISHEIl & CO.. Stock and Dopd
Brokers, and Hawaiian agents for the
sale ot a limited amount of Pacific
Union Oil Company stock. Stangen
wald building. Merchant Btrcot.
m m '
St. AiuIkiw wan taken nn tho patron
saint of Scotland because his cross
(the rniz lU'cusmita X) appeared In
tho sky to Ailinlus, King ot Scots, and
Hiingtis, King or tho lets, tho night
before their battle with Athclstane,
King of the Saxons, early In tho tenth
century (Achnliia died 919). The
Northern Kings vowed to adopt thv
ciobh us their emblem, and tho saint
as their patron If they won a victory.
Being victorious they kept their vows,
and worshiped at St. Andrew's shrine.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Pottage on the Bulletin's special In
dustrial edition Is three cents to all
parts of the Statei.
Mrs. V. II. Foster Is seriously ill at
her home, Maktkl street.
Furnished rooms for light house
keeping. Sec To Let column.
A list of the officers of the California
Club appears under New Today.
A modern house of six rooms Is tor
rent. See To Let column on pago 8.
Two housekeeping rooms on Matlock
avenue are for rent. Seo To Let col
umn on page 8.
Of 71 deaths In Honolulu In Novem
ber, 27 or about one-third were of chil
dren under five years of age.
The Coroner's Jury in tho case of tho
suicide ot Yong Nlng will meet at the
police station at 7:30 o'clock tomorrow
There will be a regular meeting ot
Pacific Lodge, No. 812, tonight. Elec
tion ot officers. See notice under New
The DrltlBh ship Euphrates will sail
on Thursday or Friday for Tacoma,
where she will load for Europo or
Captain Hamsellits ot the bark Evls-
ton Is anxiously awaiting tho coming
of tho Sierra tomorrow, as he expects
his wife and family of six little ones
St. Clement's chapel fair proved to be
tho success predicted In the llullctln.
Over $700 was realized. The Old Curl
osltle Shop gae universal delight and
Is to be kept open until tomorrow even
ing. When the Coptic was In Nagasaki
the transport Hancock was also there
having been to Manila to get another
load ot passengers. The army vessel
was to have sailed for San Francisco
direct on the 27th of November.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Walter Scuultz
(nee Miss Alice Kitchen ot this city),
will be In Honolulu In time for Christ
mas. They are now on their way from
New York, Miss Nellie Kitchen, sister
of Mrs. Schultz, will return homo at
the samo time.
The barkentlne Encore finished tak
ing ballast this morning and was mov
ed over to the Klnau wharf to make
room for the Evlston which will begin
discharging today. Tho Encoro will
get away tomorrow for tho Columbia
river for orders.
Commodore Freeman this morning
transferred his flag from the Claudlito
to tho Klnau. Capta.n Parker, of tho
former vessel. Is again In commnnd of
her, nnd Cnpt. Tom Clarke, who had
the Klnau ror a couplo of trips. Is
again on tho wharf attending to bis
Tho work of discharging tho Tarn-
pleo Is taking longer innn wns ex
pected, as tho drns cannot tnke th
freight nwny as fast as It is put nut
uu tho wliurr. Tho vessel will prob
ably bo cleaned nut by tomorrow, and
will fumlgntovnnd sail for Scattlu on
Wllllo Vlda returned In the Klnnu
Saturday nftcmoon nnd took n iiaca
out to the football game, just In Unix
to go Into tho Held with tho Honolums.
IJcloie ho had been In tho gamo Ion1;,
ho throw his shoulder out or joint and
retired from tho Held. He Is now wear
ing his loft arm In a sling.
M. Sliunk was up before Judgo Wil
cox this forenoon on tho charge of
drunkenness. This time ho pleaded not
guilty and asked that his case go over
until tomorrow In order to glvo him
tlmo to summon his witnesses to his
aid. The motion wns granted.
Kate, wife ot shipping master Mc
Carthy, appeared In the Police Court
this forenoon on the charge ot drunk
enness. She did not deny tho charge
and was fined tho usual $2 and coats.
Judge Wilcox remarked in passluf,
that Kuto bad evidently been celf
bratlng the release of her husband
Kahahawal, a young Hawaiian, was
arrested Satuulay on tho charge ot lar
ceny in tho second degree. It is alleg
ed that he stole three stiver and one
gold watch. Ho appeared In the Police
Court this forenoon and waived exam
ination. Ho was accordingly commit
ted to the Circuit Court for trial. At
torney Kaulla has been retained by the
In tho Police Court this forenoon,
George Kahano, lliku (w.) and Carrln
Travis (w,), appeared before Judgo
Wilcox, on the charge of disturbing
tho quiet of the night. Knhano's case
was nollo prossed, the two women tcs
tllylng that mcy had been the only
noisy ones. In consideration of tho
fact that tho women had been in jail
slnco enrly Sunday morning, they
were allowed to go with a reprimand.
J. A. Mariner, who has been head
salesman with Wall, Nichols Co. for
same time, has severed his connection
with the firm to tnke a position with
P. A. Perry, the well known bookman.
Mr. Mariner's knowledge of books In
general nnd of local bookbuyers in
particular will make his very valuable
to Mr. Perry and success In his new
venture Is assured.
Copies of "Side Lights on Advertis
ing" for December, published by C. L.
Clement ot Hllo, Imvo arrived In Hono
lulu. Among the many excellent arti
cles are tho following: "a Credltnblo
Showing." a statement of tho imports
niul exports from the port of Hllo for
the period between 1895 and 1900, in
clusive; "Outdoor Display In Hawaii;"
"Advertising Haw-all Abroad;" and
many other Inteicstlng write-ups.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
The Bulletin's special Industrial edi
tion can be obtained at this office or
the news-stands. Price 25 cents.
TEL MAIN 6-t.
Mrs. If. H. Williams
Art Embroidery and Stamping.
Full line of Art Materials : :
Art Embroidery Taught : :
Love Building. Font Street
Governor Dole said: "It Is best to
bo particular about tho authenticity
Accuracy Is next In Importance. Ac
curate tuples are guaranteed whon
J. D, AVERY, Public Typewriter,
Tel. Main 16. Over Harts, Hotel St.
Bill Under Suspicion.
"Daietooted Hill" has been arrested
again on tho charge of robbery and hn
Is now at the police station nwatlng
Investigation with reference to the nib-
bery committed In II. May & Co.'s gro
cery store, tloston block, some tlmt
during Saturday night or Sunday
morning and took away in the neigh
borhood of $G. Deputy Sheriff Chill-Ingw-orth
said this morning that, while
he hud no absolute proof that Huopll
did the Job, still the geneial npicir
anio of tho grocery store boie the
mnrkn of Dill's general method of lin
ing business. Ilesldes that, as toon ns
he learned eaily Sunday morning tha
deed had been committed, ho sent nn
officer to Hill's place on Queen sticct.
Tho head 11! tho housu was not pres
ent but returned ut 5 a. m. with n badly
rut bund, which he claimed had been
done by home Japancso during a fight.
Pilot Macaulay Is quite sick at his
Whitney & Marsh have nn Interest
ing nd In this Issue.
Good things to eat at New England
Dakcry. See their nd.
Members of the Federal Grand Jury
expect to finish their work this week.
Nicely furnlohed rooms, Popular
House, 1249 Fort St., $1.60 per week up.
Grand doll sale and sale ot handker
chiefs at Pacific Import Co. this week.
Blank books of all sorts, ledgers, etc
manufactured by the Bulletin Publish
The schooner Defender passed Port
't'ownsend on her way to Hllo, on No
Lee Toma & Co., Ltd., 33 King street,
Is open evenings until 9. o'clock, they
will sell you choice cigars for llttli
John Fernandez, deputy sheriff oi
I'.wn, Is In the city today on buslnesv
Ho reports everything very quiet down
his way. ''
Bourbon whiskey C years old, $3.50;
claret, 50 cents; sherry and Tokay, 75
cents a gallon at Hoffsehlaeger Co.'s,
King street. ,
The new quarantine doctor had a
little experience with some southcrl)
weather yesterday when he boarded
the Mary E. Foster.
The battleship Wisconsin Is con
sidered by the Island skippers to be In
a dangerous position In case a kona
storm should come up suddenly.
The brig Consuclo was expected at
Hllo at any time when tho Klnau left
there. The Consuclo left Eureka for
the Rainy City on November 20.
The funeral of the late Hugh Mc
Millan will be held today at 1 p. m., a
tho hall of the Marine Engineers' As
sociation. All members arc requested
to be present
Itcv. W. Smith, father of George W.
Smith of the firm of Benson, Smith &
Co., is here for nn extended visit. It
has been many years since father and
son havo met.
The McKlnley Memorial Executive
committee of nine met Saturday after
noon In the, Hank of Hawaii. Tho list
of subcommittees to carry out the
work mis completed.
An Ideal Christmas gift would bo a
kodnk. Tho Honolulu Photo Supply
Co. 1ms n fine assortment of nil kinds
of kodaks nnd cameras and Unite you
to their storo to see them. ,
Don't forget Cnmarinos of tho Cali
fornia Fruit Market when you want
fruit and vegetables. Ho always has
on hand a fresh supply of both Califor
nia and Island fruits. Telephone Main
Some man entered tho Knmclumeha
Girls' School shoitly after midnight
Srturdny, leaving hls'coat behind. He
took very little nwny with 'him. "The
matter Is now In the hands of the po
Excelsior Lodge, I. O. O. F., will give
a social in the lodgo hall tomorrow
evening in commemoration of tho fifty
fifth anniversary of the founding of tint
lodge. Thcro will bo a literary 'and
The contract for removing the Myr-
tlo Club boat house has been awarded
the Hawaiian Dredging Co. Tho new
house location Is anout luO feet below
the Channel wharf and 150 feet nwny
from tho sea wall.
ilcpalra to tho steamer Kaena arn
going on rapidly at tho old flshmarket
wharf under the supervision of Cap
tain Lane. One of tho vessel's masts
has been removed nnd a part of her up
per deck will bo done away with.
Tho Boilermakers' Uiilon held a
smoking concert In San Antonio hall
last night In honor of a number of tho
members of the organization who nro
soon to leave for the Coast. There
were a number of very well rendered
vocal selections by local amateurs. '
The schooners Luzon and F. S. Bed
field which arrived here Saturday both
experienced the same weather reported
by the captain of the steamer TamRlco.
On the trip down whllo near the coast
the Redfleld was In collision with the
brig W, G. Irwin but little damage
was done cither vessel.
Linton L. Torbert, brother of James
L. Torbert of tho Pacific Hardware
Co. and Mrs. J. W. Pratt, wife of the
tax collector, died Friday night at the
Honolulu Sanitarium after an Illness
of only a few hours. Tho funeral took
place from Central Union church at 1
o'clock yesterday afternoon.
Tho hearts of tho shore boatmen
were mado sad yesterday when It was
announced that tho Wisconsin was In
quarantine and would not receive
visitors. Many townles had set their
hearts on a trip to the big fighting ma
chine and they us well as tho boatmen
who saw many shekels In sight, wer
The gamo of Indoor baseball between
tho Evening Class and Malle-IIImn
teams In the Y, M. C. A. gvmnnstum
Saturday was won by the latte, the
scurc standing 21 to 13 In favor of tha
Malles. Hot, fast playing characteriz
ed tho game. The time taken .to play
tha game was the shortest on record.
Thero will be a socond practice game
next Saturday evening.
Itapld Transit car No. 26 w.tr the
first to go over tho Kalihi extension
Saturday afternoon. Manager Hallen-
tyno nnd a number of tho director
wcro In tho car. The road was opened
to tho public yesterday and, until
Wednesday, transfers to the Kulllit ex
tension cars will bo given from the
main line. After that date through
cars will run continually.
Referring to a story In tho Republi
can about n man who went to Mis, J,U
berk with n tali) about Knowing tho
paity who mado nvvay with her hijf
band, Deputy Sheiiff Chllllugwurlll
said this foiennou tlmt tlicro win
nothing In tho matter worth tho trou
ble to tiuco up. This knocks lu thti
head another nne,of tho numerous sto
ries that have been published the pant
week or so.
to a Tennis Lover
The ItlfVltcKt grade
ot this .hoc made,
linn extra rubber
Holes, to replace
the present ones,
when worn out.
A New Tennis
McINERNY SHOE STORE
We wmt to have just as many people
crowd Into our store as possible, and as an
extra inducement this week are going to sell
dolls at an unusually low figure.
All the little girls like dolls, and we have
had lots of experience in handling the kind
that pleases them, so you can come to our
store feeling perfectly sure that you will get
the right kind.
We have dressed dolls, undressed dolls,
jointed dolls, kid dolls, stuffed dolls, sleepinc
dolls, speaking do'ls, crving dolls, dolls of all
s,zes,.dolls that say riama.
Prlces-lOc to $5.00.
One of our special features this week will be the sale of
500 Dressed Dolls at 25 cents each.'
CO.MU AND 8EE THEM ALL.
SALE OF HANDKERCHIEFS
8PHCIAL VALUES OFFBKED.
Last week in our general advertisement wc spoke of some
handkerchiefs just received from the manufacturers, direct
from Switzerland; the excellence of these goads and the ex
cieJIngly low prices have caused a gre-t demand for thtm.
We are selling these handkerchiefs at a creat b.-main those
in greatest demand are the 25c ones; we have some at 5c and
some at 10c which are selling well also ; then, too, we have
finer grades running up as high as S5.coe.1ch. THE 25c
HANDKERCHIEFS we have ma'e our leader and have over
150 patterns to select from, some trimmed with embroidery
and some with lace. In order to sell these beautiful goods so
cheap we were obliged to buy an oxtia large quantity, and
expect the price to be su h an inducement that we will supply
the town with handkerchiefs for some time to come. Come and
see them. We have one window lilUd vvith different kinds.
PACIFIC IMPORT COMPANY, "
Progress Block, Fort Street.
CLINTON J. HUTCHINS,
J. H. FISHER
Stock and Bond Brokers.
FIRE ASSOCIATION, of Phlladelphlv
WESTERN A88URANCE CO, of Tfh
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE
Honolulu, December 9, tool
NAME OF STOCK J.'fA'i I?
C. Brtvtr k Company..! l,ooa.&-c
N S 5ctlDG.G,l1. fc,eoo
L.B.Ktrr Co L(4.. I oo,om
h. Ptintitlnn Co .
Mtwiiian iiom.at su 1.0.
SAwilltn Sufif to .
onotnu Sugar Co
HortAka Sugar Co..
naiRU sugar k,o
ganuKu riamauon 1.01
Klntl Plant Co ,Ui....
Klpahulu Sugar Co. ...
Koloa Sugar Co
O.tlu Sugar Co . .
Ookala Surar Plan. Co
Olaa Su. Co., Ul., ai I
Otowalu Company.. ..,.
paaunau au. nan. to,
Pacific Surar Mill
Pala Plantation Co....
Ppcko Sugar Co ...
Plonm Mill Co
PlonMr Mill Co, Aim,
Walalua Agr. Co , ,
Walluku Sural Co....
Walmanalo Sugar Co ..
Walm.a Mill Co ,
Wl dtr SttatnihlB Co..
Ixttr-lilant Slaim N.Co
Hon. Rapid T.fclanJCo
Mutual laiaenon to...
OanuRvti Land Co..
roopia a ico K K If to
Flrat National Bank
Flr.tA.S Bank AT. Co
Hawaiian Gov f par ctnt
HlloR. R. Co. oparcinl
Hoa. kapll Trantlt
E ptantat'n 6 oar ctnt
uanu k at Land to. pr t
Oahu Plantation 6 p c
Olaa Plantation 60c
Walalua Agrlcul.e pc .
Blthop Whipple Was Answered.
Karly In his career as a missionary
to tho Indians tho late Ulsliop Whip-
plo had journeyed into the Indian
country to preneli a sermon to the as
bomlilcd Chlmiouas In Chief Good
Tliundet's Ullage, llishop Whlpplo
had ulth him the costly Rurmcnts ot
Ills office, which bo wore on such oc
casions, and It became necessary to
leave them unKardeil in tho chief's
tupec. It seems that tuo llishop had
his doubts at that time as to the Inhe
rent honesty of the neraga Indian.
Ucfom leavliiK he asked, turning to
"Chief, do you think it will be safa
to leavo them bero7"
"Never fear, llishop," was tho re
ply, "thero Isn't n white man wllhlu
three miles of here."
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WILLARD E. BROWN.
W. A. LOVE.
Halstead & Co,,
ON SUGAR SECURITIES.
921 Fort Street.
Stock and Bond Exchange.
Stock and Bond Broker
Member of Honolulu Stock Ixchingi
Orders for the purchase or sale of stocks
ana bonds carefully and promptly executed.
Loans negotiated. '
Ground Floor, Judd Building.
Hostoffice Box 390, Telephone tflf.
McINERlNV BLOCK. FORT ST.
Judd & Co., Ltd.
SOT etangenwald Building.
P. O. Box 007. Tel. Main SS8
No More Dread
of the Dental Chair
TRUTH EXTRACTED AND FILLED
ABSOLUTELY WITHOUT PAIN bj
our lato scientific method applied to the
gums. No sleep-prouucing agents 01
These are the only dental parlors II
Honolulu having PATENTED APPLI
ANCE3 and ingredients to extract. Oil
nnit nntilv cntil crowns and Dorcclaln
crowns undcctecablo from natural teotb
and warranted for ten years, WITH
OUT THE LEAST PAIN. All wori
done by GRADUATED DENTISTS ol
from 12 to 20 years' experience, and
each department in charge of a Special
ist. Give us a call, and you will find
us to do exactly as we advertise. We
will tell you In advance exactly what
your work will cost oy a FREE EX
Set Teeth SB.00
Gold Fllllnftt $IO0
Hllver Filling....'. ..( no
Our name nlone will lit a guaranty
that yoiir work will bo of tho best
New York Dental Parlors
Room 4, Elite nullding, Hotel 8lr
LADIES IN ATTENDANCE
- - IN SHAPE OF - -
ON -ALL -TOYS
BOUGHT FROM MB TO
TUB 10th OF DECEMBER
JU8T OPENIH) a hrge stock
of gooJ$ orJereJ before liitcn
tl n of altering front of store.
All must be cleareJ out : : :
h thn 0
& All mi
B. W. JORDAN'S
&r kiteinn''. rfwao