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EVHN1NU BULibHTIh, JWI.ULiUliU, H. T., TUESDAY, DEC, 10, 1901
Are Very Acceptable Holiday Gift, ami alwaya In good tnsto
whether given liy a man or n woman; ami they hae the. advan
tage ot being useful nx well.
Wo have the finest assortment to lie found' In the Hawaiian lsl
anilB It la absolutely romplote.
If you will read this advertisement you are sure to find some
thing that will unit your purse and our Ideas.
ff . litis a one dozen Lace Embroidered Cot
l M ton Handkerchiefs) or one dozen Lawn
tfll Handkerchiefs, Hemstitched and fan
cy striped edges.
lltiys four (4) Ltdlet' Lawn Handker
chiefs, Embroidered with Lace, or
three (3) Pure Linen Lawn Ladles'
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, a great variety to
choose from; prices 6ile, 7Ee. $1, 11.25 to 1.50 each. Ladles' Initial
ed Linen Handkerchiefs, itnlaundercd, six In- a package, for $1.
Children's Initialed Cotton Handkerchiefs, very suitable for Xmas
gifts, three In a box, for 25c. Men's Pure Irish Linen Handker
chiefs, hemstitched. 25c to 00c each. Men's Pure Irish Linen
Lawn Handkerchiefs, hemstitched and Initialed, $2.75 per box of
six. Real Honlton and Batten burg Lace Handkerchiefs, hand-made.
iuin.3 ranging as nign as i- cacn.
B. F. EHLERS & CO., FORT ST.
The HONOLULU INVESTMENT CO., Ltd.
Office Judd Biildiig, Merchant St.
Tllli GREENWICH INSURANCE CO.
Assets $ i, 373-3 1 8-29-THE
INS. COMPANY OF NORTH AMERICA.
THE NEW ZEALAND INSURANCE CO.
Subscribed Capital $5,000,000.00.
THE WESTCHESTER FIRE INS. CO.
THE C.ERMANIA 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. QEAR, President. EMriETT MAY, Secretary.
CUTLERY GRINDING OUTFIT
Passengers Alight Suddenly- Scissors
, Man Thrown Down He Tried
to Drive In Front ofAd
' vancing Car.
1 The pcrambulatory plant on four
Wheels, carrying on cither side tho
sign, "Jos. Drown Sharpening. All
Kinds Toots," and being drawn by a
stout mule, came to grief a little be
fore 3 o'clock yesterday afternoon
Drown tried to drive his factory-across
King street at Alakea in front of a 'Ha
waiian Tramways Co. car drawn by a
pair of comparatively spirited horses.
Thero was a collision and a mlxup ot
kicking animals. Drown whs thrown
from his seat to the ground and his
mule knocked out of the shafts, the
bar of which was broken In half and
the whlfflctrce carried away. He had
n narrow escape the scissors grinder
from being kicked to pieces. The
driver of the car had a job to pacify his
beasts, which Dhingcd and reared furl
There was a goodly load of passen
gers, all of whom were quickly stand
ing on the curb watching the tangle
ment. None ot the animals got away
and Inttdo of five minutes, after a lit
tle necessary repair ot harness, the' car
was pursuing Its route to Walklkl.
Brown's outfit was dragged to the side
of the road In front of the Occidental
hotel. Brown complained of the mis
adventure, saying the car had plenty of
time to stop. Probably he was not
aware ot the fact that tho Hawaiian
Tramways Co.'s franchise gives Its
cars the right of way.
At all events, the sentiment of the
onlookers was that the driver, of the
cutlery repair shop was In the wrong
The reckless manner In which express
and delivery wagons traverse crossing
was remarked by several bystanders,
one of whom said there were morn
runawnys and mixups ot vehicles in
Honolulu than In San Francisco.
After weeks of preparation our storo
is ready for inspection. Santa Clans
Is hero to assist and has placed his
letter box in our store. Each and ev
ery little bay and girl on tho Islands la
Invited to write to him. A beautiful
doll Is offered as a prize to tho little
girl and a flno coaster wagon to tho
little boy wrltlug tho most original let
ter. On Xmas Evo thoy 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
. BUY YOUR 'XMAS
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AT MAY'S .
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PACIFIC UNION OIL CO.
Located In the Famous Coallnga Oil
Flslds of California.
Proven oil lands, completely sur
rounded by as rich oil-producing wells
as thero aro In tho State, yielding from
SO to 250 barrels 'par day.
Contract prices for oil at the Coal
lnga wells, 70 cents per barrel.
With twenty-five producing wells of
100 barrels each per day, you can
make your own calculation as to
The oil Industry ot California Is to
Its Infancy, yet many fortunes have
been made by Judicious and lucky In
vestments, In oil stock. Many more
will bemade In tho near -future.
Tbeaverage 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 91.26
to 11,000 and fZ.OOO per acre.
When tho Pacific Union Oil Com
pany has a number ot producing wells
on Its property. Its stock will have
the same show for even a greater ad
vance, as some oil stock has advanced
from II to 11,500 per share.
The Pacific Union Oil Company nu
no salaried ofllcerr, and Is controlled
by well-known gentlemen of Integrity,
who will see that the money derived
from the sale of stock will bo legiti
mately applied to the development ot
For further Information, apply to J.
H. FISHEll & CO.. Stock and Bond
Brokers, and Hawaiian agents for the
salo of a limited amount ot Pacific
Union Oil Compnny stock. Stangen
wald building, Merchant street.
San Francisco, Nov. 20. Robert
W. Wilcox, Hawaiian Delegate to Con'
Kress, arrived here from Honolulu yes
tcrday, en route to Washington, D. C,
nml is a guest at tho Occidental. Dele
gate Wilcox is the bearer of resolu
tions adopted by a mass meeting held
In Honolulu under the auspices of"the
Home Tlulc Republicans, favoring Con
giesslonal action that will prevent tho
further Immigration of Asiatics to the
Islands. The meeting Instructed Wil
cox to work for the re-enactment ot the
Chinese exclusion act, and denounced
Secretary of the Territory Cooper for
having asked In his report as Acting
Governor, filed at Washington, that
more Chinese be allowed to enter Ha
villi. The Home Utile resolution de
clines that while 00 per cent of tho
Asiatics that arc In tho country camn
from the Orient to be plantation labor
er, less than 35 per cent of them aro
melt now, the rest being ongaged In
coripcting with the whites and Hawa
iian ns mechanics and merchants..
hue Instructed by his party to
work for the re-enactment of tho ex
elusion Ian 8, Wilcox said last evening
Hint he had declined to Inform his con
stituents before leaving Honolulu
what attitude he would assume In tho
Chinese exclusion controversy. As thf)
re-enactment of tho exclusion law l
tital to the welfare of the native labor
Ing clatses In the Islands, however, It
Is believed in Honolulu that 'he will
be found In the ranks'of those who are
fighting for the continued exclusion of
the Chinese when he reaches Washing'
Eptuklng of former Queen Lllluoka
lanl's crown lands claim. Wilcox said
he thought Congress was disposed to
ileal generously with the royal lady.
and that it might with Borne persua
sion, offer her $250,000 In settlement of
her demands. He thought she would
give the Government a quit-claim to
tne lands In dispute for this amount
Furnltu'e not only nukts
a handsome preent but a
useful and acceptable one
as well. We have many
beautiful articles In tills
line too numerous to men
tion here, which we cot In
esntfclally for the hollJ.iy
trade. CALL AND Sfcli
TUB STOCK. : : : : :,,
HOPP & CO.,
Leading Furniture Dealers
Cor. King and Bethel Sis.
Postage on the Bulletin's special in
dustrial edition Is three cents to all
parts of the States.
UoooIiIh Iroi Works.
Improved and modern SUOAR MA'
CHINERY of every capacity and de
scrlptlon made to order. Boiler work
nd RIVETED PIPES for Irrigation
purposes a specialty. Particular atten
tion said to JOB WORK, and repalri
Axwutert at shortest notice.
TEL MAIN 04.
Mrs. H. H. Williams
Art Embroidery and Stamping,
Full line of Art Materials : :
Art Embroidery Taught : :
Love RulltllnO. Fort Street
LOCAL AND GENERAL
The Bulletin's special Industrial edi
tion can be obtained at this office or
the news-stands. Price 25 cents.
Notice ot the removal ot J. A. Has
singer appears under New Today.
Two lots In Kaplolanl tract aro for
sale. Sec For Sale column on page 8.
The schooner Helena arrived at San
Fianclsco on Nov, 20, 15 days from
Honolulu, with 250Q bags of sugar.
The barkentine S. O. Wilder sailed
from San Francisco on Nov. 27 for
Honolulu with a large general cargo.
Tho Bhlp Marlon Cbllcott cleared at
San Francisco on Nov. 27, for Itllo,
with a cargo of general merchandise.
Bourbon whiskey 6 years old, $3.50,
claret, 60 cents; sherry and Tokay, 75
cents a gallon at Holfsrhlacgcr Co.'s,
High Sheriff Brown was the prosej
cutlng officer In tho Police Court till!
forenoon owing to the absence nf his
deputy on Important business In Kail
The big American ship Reuce, 5!
days from Sydney, arrived this morn
ing. Captain Whetmorc Is accompani'
ed by his wife and reports a very pleas
In tfio Police Court this forenoon,
Oyama, a Japanese, was fined $50 tot
careless blasting In connection with
excavations for one of the new build
ings of tho city.
Two more Porto Rlcans were arrest
ed yesterday on the chargo of vagran
cy. They appeared In the Police Court
this forenoon but their cases were con
tinued until a later date.
Lisa lokewe Koholokal has brought
suit for divorce against lokewe Ktfho-
lokal on the charge ot non-support and
cruelty. 8hc asks to be given the cus
tody of her six minor children.
Manual Rosa, tho 'Portuguese boy
who escaped from the reform school
about a month ago and was recaptur
ed ycslerday, was this morning sen
tenced by Judge Wilcox to two months
more In the same institution, this sen
tence to take place at the expiration of
Tho Portuguese Literary Club wai
formed on Saturday night last 'In San
Antonio ball. J. M, Vlias, L. C. Model
rns and otberB, made, speeches. The
following officers were elected: Honor
ary President, Scnor Antonio de Sousa
Canavarro. Consul General for Ptrtu
gal; president, Louis R. Mcdclros;
.Ice presodent, M. T. Furtado; secre
tary, A. V. Castro. "
Bob Williams, tho man arrests, !r.-
night In connection with the Warner
Jewelry store robbery. Is well known to
those business men who are In the
hnblt of getting their shoes polished al
the stand near the Hawaiian News
Co.'s store on Merchant street. Up tu
Saturday last he was an employe
there. He Is a very light colored negro
who invariably kept bis mouth closet
when spoken to.
S. M. Damon, It. K. Walty and S. K.
Damon, doing business under the firm
namo of Bishop & Co., have brought
suit against Harry U Evans and K.
MatBiimoto for the recovery of $1000
with Interest at 9 per cent per annum
which the defendants obtained on Oc
tober 2, for two montns, on a prom
issory note. The complaint states that
the noto Is due and that payment has
been demanded and refused.
Lenn K. Adams has brought suit for
dlvorco agalnbt Howard W. A,dams on
the chargo of non-support. She saju
that she be given tho custody of her
month-old child. Tho couple were
married In January of the present year
but of late, the wife has been living
with her slstois and other relatives.
She uus formerly a Miss Hart of Kau
ai und was married to Mr, Adams whllo
ho was purstr of one ot tho I liter-lsl-and
At a meeting of the United Chines
Societies, Saturday evening, it was do
elded to protest to Minister Wu Tlug
Fang at Washington against the ces
sion of tho district ot Heong San to the
Portuguese Oovernment. A memorial
Is also to be sent to the Imperial Oov
ernment at Peking. ' the meeting was
presided over by Wong Leong, presi
dent of the Bow Wong Will. There
were a half a dozen speakers, some of
whom offered to return to China to
help save their natlte land from I'or
Canavarro, ConBtil General for Portu-
WILSON TALKS ON HI
Washington. Nov. 25. In his annual
report for tho Department of Agricul
ture. Secretary Wilson rotors in lln.
wait as follows:
During tho yenr a station hai been
established in Hawaii. Among the
first work at this station was tho plant
ing of taio, with the special object of
Muilvinic tlm diseases seriously affect
ing that crop.
Probably 50 per cont of the working
population in theso IslandB depend on
toro for their dally food. and. owing
to theso diseases and the attendant
deterioration of tho crop, thu iirlco of
tnro has increased 500 per cent In tho
Inst decade. Homo other diseases 'of
fruits and vegetables call for study,
and poultry experiments havo boen
Inaugurated with a view to Increasing
tho Bupply of poultry. It is reported
that live chickens sell In Honolulu at
$15 a'dozon and eggs at 40 to 50 cents
a dozen. Hogs bring .rom 10 to 17
cvuts'a pound on tho noof, and experi
ments havo been undertaken In tho
feeding of swine with vailous tubers
FRENCH SUGAR CONDITIO
Governor Dole said: "It Is best to
bo p-irtlcula about tho authenticity
Accuracy Is next In Importance Ac
curate) loiilon nre KUAinntoed when
J. D AVERV, PubJIcTypewilter
Tel. Main 16. Over Harts, Hotel 8t.
Bli CH1TY Will
h S. T .
For maoy years, the members ot the
alumni of Kamehameha school bava
been In the habit of doing something
for the relief ot Huh alius In need of
help. The events have usually taken
the form ot concerts given at intervals
04 about u year. Another of these con
certs which, by tno nay, promises to
be the best yet, will be given in the
gymnasium at Kamehameha 011 'the
evening of January 17, 1902. It has
not been decided Just what admission
fee will be charged but, at all events,
tho prlui will be modcruto and will In
clude transportation by Rapid Transit
cars both ways.
Mention of the following will bo
enough to give tho public ussuranre
that the concert will bo excellent: Ka
walhau Club, Kamehameha Girls'
School Chorus, Alumni fllee Club,
Young Hawailans' Institute chorus and
Ernest Kaal's guitar and mandolin
organization. Thero will be one or two
choruses by the combined forces of the
ubovn clubs. Besides musical select
tloss by these musical organizations,
there will bo n number of the old-tlmn
oils by Bomo of the most famous chan
ters of the day. Neaily all tho music
will be Hawaiian airs. The school
band will play on the school grounds
. . :.-. : .:
Paris, Doc. 1. Tho Internal revenue iWp B "alr nol,r PMvioiw to tno ton
report bIiows that tho beet sugar .pro-, c,rt- ,
ductlon for the month of October this I The committee in charge of the eon
venr Is practically tho Bamo as for!rert Is as follows: Chus. K. King.
1P00, hut the deliveries for eonsumo
lon havo fallen citt from GO.OOO.OOO
klloernms to 13 000,000 kilograms. The
customs roturns Indicate that colonial
sugaia aro Inrcoly replacing home
groiMi sugar. Tho outlook for homo
growers ami nmnulncturcrs Is not as
good as last year.
Tho best photo mtilllni; envelopo at
Honolulu PIioOd Supply Co.
, L ' - i-
Abraham KauluUou, David Kuuewanul
and Jas. Hakuole.
Sfiiin A New Tennis
to 1 Twiii um Oxford dt e
S Steamer Oxford
The highest grade sUjkA
of this alioe mndc. "!DP
linn extra rubber fff
oIchi to repine J&jU
the present ones, wtT
when worn out. 9W9L.
McINERNY SHOE STORE
We wint 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 tike dolls, and wc 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, sleeplnc
dolls, speaking do'ls, crvlng dolls, dolls of all
sizes, dolls that say Dama,
Prlces-lOc to $5.00.
One of our special features this week will be the sale of
500 Dressed Dolls at 25 cents each.
COMB AND SEE THEM ALL.
SALE OF HANDKERCHIEFS
SPECIAL VALVES OFFERED.
Last week" In our general advertisement we spoke of some
handkerchiefs just received from the manufacturers, direct
from Swltzerlind; the excellence of these goods and the ex
ctedtngly low prices have caused a gre t demand for them.
Wc are selling these handkerchiefs at a ereat bargain those
in greatest demand nre the 25c ones; we have some at 5c and
some a' 10c which reselling well also ; then, too, we have
finer grades running up as high as 5.00 each. THE 25c
HANDKERCHIEFS we have ma 'e out leader and have over
1 50 patterns to select from, some trimmed with embro'dery
and some with lace. In orCer to sell these beautiful goods so
cheap we were obliged to buy an cxt' a large quantity, and
expsct the price to be mi h an inducement that we will supply
the town with handkerchiefs for some time to come. Come and
see them. We have one window filled with different kinds.
PACIFIC IMPORT COMPANY, ".
Progress Block, Fort 8treet.
J. H. FISHER
Stock and Bond Brokers.
AGENTS FOR ""
FIRE ASSOCIATION, of Philadelphia
WESTERN AS8URANCE CO, f To
Office! Stangenwald Bldg Mr
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE
Honolulu, December to, loot
KAME OF STOCK ?Jf4
C. Brtwt r ft Company .
NS Stent OO.Co.lM.
LB. Km k Co., 111..
. Plantation Co ...
ntwtiitn t.otn 01 3u 1.0
Ktwtlltn Soft Co ....
Haiku Surar Co ......
Kthukn PUMitlon Co..
Klpttlulu SuRtf Co.
Kolot Su.tr Co .....
ftioBttt Suctr Co
Ookiit Miitr nan. io
Olat So. Co.. lid., 11 1
OlttSuCo.Ltd.r4 up I
Pttuntu Su. Pitn. Co
Pacific Sur.r Mill
Pali Pttnttllon Co
Ptpttkeo Sur.r Co ....
P!onr Mill Co
plon.tr Mill Co. Aims
Wllalut Aff. Co ,
Wtlluku Suftr Co
Wftlrtuato Srjttr Co . .
Wtlt Mill Co
If I d.r Stttnthlo Co. .
Ilttt'ltltr.4 SlMB N.Cs
.t?tl in titefr le l-o. . .
nunifti Ttitenutj -o.i
Othu Rv ft Land Co
roopw s let) tl tf, 1 1 -o
Flnf Nitloall Binai.
Pint A. S BtnkftT.O
Hivtlltjt Qov . Br em
Hllo R. R. Co. ptrCMlt
non. Mtpta irwtii
Eva ptaniai'a 6 ptr ctn
Oinu R ft Ltn4 Co. pr
Din PUMitlon p e
Olat Pliotatloa 6 p c.
Wtltlua Anient. 6 p c .
ty Bid I .
London. Nov. 30. Tho St. Pctcrt-
biirK correspondent of tlio Timra ca
bin that the Liar has conferred ths
oruer of St. Aloxandrlo-Newaky In
brllllantH on Marquis Ito, tho Japaness
statesman. TIiIh order Is tho second
highest in the list of Kusslan decorations.
It Is rumored that utissla and China
have broken off their negotiations con
crrnlnK Manchuria, In ronRcquence ot
Jnpan a objections thereto. Tho Times
corrusiiondent adds he believes this
rumor to be based on accurate Infor
WILLARD E. DROWN.
W. A. LOVE.
Halstead & Co.,
MONEY ADVANCED ,
ON 8UGAR SECURITIES.
921 Fort Street.
Stock and Bond Exchange.
CLIINTOIN J. HUTCHI1NS,
McINERINV BLOCK, PORT ST.
Stock andjond Broker
Member of Honolulu Stock ixckip
Orders lor the purchase or sale of stock
ana bonds carefully and promptly execute!.
Ground Floor, Judd Building.
Hostoffice Box 300. ' Telepbona roa,
Judd & Co., Ltd.
SOT Stangenwald Building.
P. O. Box 007. Tol. Main 8S8
No More Dread
of the Dental Chair
TEETH EXTRACTED AND FILLED
ABSOLUTELY WITHOUT PAIN b)
our late scientific method applied to the
gums. No sleep-producing agents 01
These are the only dental parlors It,
Honolulu having PATENTED AITL1
ANCES and Ingredients to extract. All
and apply gold crowns and porcelain
crowns undectecable from natural teetb
and warranted for ten years, -WITHOUT
THE LEAST PAIN. All wort
done by ORADUATED DENTISTS ol
from 12 to 20 years' experience, and
each denartment In charse of a Snoclal
1st Olre "us a call, and you will find
usvto do exactly as we advertise. We
will tell you In advaneo exactly wnat
vour work will cost lv a FREE EX
So IVnth SR.OO
Gold Crowns $5.00
Gold finings si.uu
Hllver finings ouc
l.Mtc Sudor Mnrkct.
New York, Dec. 3, SiiRnr Raw,
firm, l'alr refining, 3',Jc; centrifugal,
SMi teat, Sc; molasses sugar, 3c. He-
fined, firm. Crushed, B.tOc; powdered,
C.OOc; gtamitated, 4.90c,
Our name alono will be a guarante.
that your work will be of the best.
New York Dental Parlors
Room 4, Elite Rulldlng, Hotel Street
LADIES IN ATTENDANCE
- - IN SHAPE OF - - '
ON -ALL TOYS
BOUGHT FROM MB TO
TUB 10th OP DECEMBER
JUST OPENED alarsesjock
of Kni,Js orJercJ before Intcn
Hon of altcrltiK front 0 store.
AH mut be cleared out : t .t
E. W. JORDAN'S