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havo tlio advan-
Are Very Acceptable Holiday Gifts, and nlwnyB In
whether glvun by a man or a unman; and thoy hav
U1KC HI UBIHR US01U1 nS Wflli
We havo the finest assortment to ho found In the Hawaiian Isl
andsIt Is abRomtely complete.
If you will read this advertisement you are mire to find sorao
thing that will suit your puree and your Ideas.
Iluyg ono dozen Lace Embroidered Cot
ton Handkerchiefs; or ono dozen Lawn
Handkerchiefs, Hemstitched and fan
cy striped edges.
Muys four (4) Ladles' Lawn Handker
chiefs, Embroidered wltn Lace, or
thrco (3) Pure l.lncn Lawn 'Ladles'
Handkerchiefs, laco cnfbroldcrcd.
Ladles' Pure Irish Linen Handkerchiefs, with Initials In tho
corner; hemstitched; six In a box, for 1.76. Ladies' Pure Irish
Linen Handkerchiefs, with ombroldcrcd edges, n great variety to
chooso from; prices EOc, 75c. $1, $1.23 to 1. no each. Ladles' Initial
ed Linen Hanukcrchlefs, unlaundcrcd, bIx In a package, for fl.
Children's Initialed Cotton Handkerchiefs, very sultablo for Xmas
gifts, thrco In a box, for 26c. Men's Pure Irish Linen Handker
chiefs, hemstitched, 2Sc to Cue each. Men's Pure Irish Linen
Lawn Handkerchiefs, hemstitched and Initialed, $2.75 per box of
six. . Real Honlton and Battenburg Lace Handkerchiefs, hand-made,
prices ranging as high as $12 each.
B. F. EHLERS & CO., FORT ST.
The HONOLULU INVESTMENT CO., Ltd.
m 1 1 to juuu DuiiuinK, mertuani su
THE GREENWICH INSURANCE CO.
Assets $i,37J.3S-29- "
THE INS. COMPANY OF NORTH AMERICA.
THE 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.
Assets 295,000.00. ,
The HONOLULU INVESTMENT CO., Lid.
General Insurance, Real Estate and Financial Agents
A. V. GEAR, President. EMflETT MAY, Secretary.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
The tjermnn ship I.ltn Is being fumi
gated at the quarantine wharf.
ship Co., has gone to Maul on business.
The steamer Tamplco went to the
railroad wharf this morning to coal.
The steamer Kalulanl will sail Fri
day for Maul, Mulokal and Hawaii
Collector K. II. Stnckablo was busy
this morning setting up a new Fair
banks scale recently tcccUcd lor use
m tho Customs llouce.
It. U. Kl.dd of tne Star staff is anx
iously awaiting the arrhal of tho Sicr
ra tomorrow as his mother Is coming
in her to visit with her son.
Now that tho American laws havo
been extended 10 the I'nillpplncs It Is
morn thnn Ukciy that several of tho
customs house brokers at present here
will go to .Mnniia.
Ily the ruling of tho Supreme Court,
Uncle Sam will lose nbout twenty thou
sand dollars In duly on Manila cigars
now in storage 'In the" Custom Houao
Tho steamer Kalulanl, which arriv
ed IroiA Hawaii mm morning ,reports
.nnt tnero has becu another shower
of rnln along tho coast ot tnc parched
district. At Puako ono Inch and a
r.nlf of rain Is reported as having fall
en on Tuesday, and at Honokna nnd
Anwalhno a good deal nioro.
The Volcnno is again smoking very
The report of a huge squid having
been captured near tho sewer outfall
.nok many people anxious for a Bight
of tho monster to the scene ot tho re
puted capture. It was discovered on
arrival at the plnre whero tho squid
should have been that a Japanese fish
erman's net had becomo entangled Id
the piling and that tho endeavors of
tho men to get It clear led to the report
AND GENERAL' " 4 , J " FISHER 1
UVENINO BULLETIN, Hjt.OLULU, H. T., WEDNESDAY, DEC. 11, 1901
till! UT NIT
After week of preparation our store
Is ready for Inspection. Bantu Claus
Is hero to nsslst and has placed his
Icttur box-In our store Each nnd ev
er llttlo hoy and girl on tho Islands Is
Invited to wrlto to him. A beautiful
doll Is offered as a prlzo to the littlo
lilrl and a flnu coaster wagon to tho
littlo boy writing tho most original let
ter. On Xmas Evo they will bo opened
and prizes awarded by representative:!
from the Honolulu press. I'rlzcs on
exhibition In our windows. : : : :
WALL, NICHOLS CO., LTD.
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ZJZZtZ ipZ Z ZjZ Z Z ZZ Z
BUY YOUR 'XMAS
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BUY YOUR 'XMAS
' AT MAY'S
BUY YOUR 'XMAS
Furniture not only nial
a hnndome prcent but a
useful and accept tble one
aj well. We have many
beautllul artlcl.-s In this
line too numerous to men
tion herev h(Cll we cot o
especially for the holiday
trade. CALL AM) Shli
THE STOCK :
IIOPP & CO.,
Leading Furniture Dealers
Ccr. King and Bethel Sts.
Dirt Is tho boon of the poultry
man, filth his bane.
Feeding milk will aid materially In
Milk mixed with ground feed serves
both for moisture and nutriment.
Fowls that havo a free run rarely
lay thin-shelled eggs.
Ground bono Is ono of tho best forms
of giving limn when needed.
Fowls that becomo the prey of lice
become weak and sickly.
One of tlin best remedies for roup In
Its first stnges'ls warmth.
When the fowls are closely confined
throw a lot of chaff on the floor for
them .to scratch over,
A small quantity of Unseed meal
given with tho morning feed will be
found an ndvantage.
The pollen arc again taking up tho
'Curttrw 1-aw" and arresting children
juder Otteen yours of ago lound on
.no streets niter 9 o'clocit at, night,
and bclore 4 in tho morning, wlinoat
.no presenco at their stdo of some
Them were two separato batches ol
Doys beturo Judgn Wncox In tno police
.curt this lorenoon. in tno first there
.vcro. six, nnd tho second, lour. The
arrests werq all Inadc last night by
arlous olncers on duty on King. Fort,
Uurctanln and Hotel streets.
Judge Wilcox mghlcncd the burs a
.Ittlo with viBlonH ot tho rciorm school
and then lectured tho parents who
.vero In tho room for their 'careless
jess. Among other things, he said:
"It Is nut bo much tho fault ot the
joys as It Is tho parents. This morn
.ng I saw u number of fond mothert
.ilsslug, hugging nnd feeding wjti.
candy their erring sous who were In
ha pnllro station ynrd until thoy really
bought they were heroes. Thoy havo
.'hlldren nnd let them run around liko
i flock of wild gnats. Tho parents,
.nstead of tho children, should bo
ipanlted." Finally, the boys were rep
rimanded and allowed to go.
Tho full list of tint boys arrested
last night Ih as follows: Alex Robin
3oii. llobert Crowell, Oeorgo Craw ell,
John Cook, John Niiudnu, W. Ellen
jerg. Chris Umlg, Manuet Pctitann.
Plka Kamakau and Mimond Kekona.
Tlmnion Squnrc 1uhIc,
The band will play the following se
lections at n concert In Thomas Square
tlilo evening, beginning at 7:30 o'clock:
Overture Semlrnmldc ., Itotsfnl
Duet Nuimn , flcllliil
Selection I.u Trnvlata ' Vlrl
tn) Malkal Wnlplo.
(10 Maul no ke Ol,
Miss I. Kclllaa,
(il) l'lll Aoao.
Mrs. N. Alapal.
Cornet Solo Remembrance of Li
beral I , i Casey
Mr. Charles Kreutcr.
"Reminiscences of Offenbach.. ConruJI
Walts The Source Waldteufel
Polka Red and Illack Coot
The Star Spangled Ilnnncr.
A prudent man will not butt his head
against a stone wail for tho pleasuro
of exhibiting his strength.
Music is ono of tho most.heavenly of
arts, and tiro tones of our V(stcrmayer
.Pianos do tako ono quite away and
abovo this wretched old world ijml let
him havo a glimpse of tho star world
You will llko tho Westermayrr l'la,
noa, and you'll not tlnd It hard to buy.
Hoffschlaeger Co , Ltd.
King ond IJethel ts.
MUNHEY BUYS ANOTHER.
New York, Nov. 10. Thu salo ortho
controlling Interest In tho Now York
Dally News by Mrs. Ilcnjnniln Wood
in I-rank A. Munsey, wns announced
today. Thu prleo was not given. Mun
sey is the publisher ot magazines at
111 Fifth awimx unci 141 East 'twenty
tilth stieet. lie leeeutly purchnHod
the Washington Times. Mrs, Wood,
after tho death of her hU3bund, took
chaigo of tho Nuwh nnd turned Col.
William L. II row 11 out of tho man
agement or tho uowspaper. For years
dining Mr. Wood's lilctlmo Drown
owned between one-third and one
fouith of thu Khnrex ot stock. Tho
Ni'W-j this owning contnlucd no an
nouncement of thu chiuigo of owner
ship or policy
Governor Dole said: "It Is best to
bo particular about thu -authenticity
Accuracy la next In Importaneo. Ac
curate copies nru guaranteed when
J. D AVERY, Public Typewi Iter
Tel. Main It. Over Harts, Hotel St.
Irony of Fate arid Love Letters.
I wrolo her letters dally.
With lovo In every hnu;
1 wrotn of all tho glory
I'd win when shn was mine;
I wroto to praise her beauty.
My every thought. Indeed,
1 tried to put on paper
For h.er nlonu to read.
Shu gathered up my letters,
All nil of them she took
And sought und found n printer,
Who put them In a bonk;
Kilo published them and called them
"Lovo I.ettcrn of a Fool,"
And sold a million copies
lleforo JIo types were cool.
The Bulletin's special Industrial edi
tion can be obtained at this office or
the news-stands. Price 25 cents.
Mrs. McWnyne has returned to her
home In Kona.
The best photo mailing envelope at
Honolulu Photo Supply Co.
A largQ cool room Is for rent on
Ilcrctanla street. Read Wants.
The little yacht Rose has been sold
by the Roths to Christian Conrad.
Mrs. Wadsnorth, who lives at Ingle
side, on Vineyard street, Is voy 111.
Uomes & McTlghe, succetsurs to Ca
oiara & Co., liquor dealers. )i King st.
Ulanl; books of all sorts, ledgers, etc
manufactured by the Llullctlu Publish
There were only two arrests this
forenoon n Chinaman and a native
hoy for Investigation.
You should put your valuables Into
a safe, burglars aro galore. Call on
llolfechtaeger Co., Ltd.
Meet me nt tho Fountain the popu
lar Ice cream and soda water resort;
Wall, Nichols Co., Ltd.
An auction sale of hay and bran will
be held by James F. Morgan-at 12 noon
on Friday. Set notice clsewliPie.
Food Commissioner Shorey's report
for November will be rend nt the regu
lar meeting of the Hoard of Health.
A number of the natives who return'
cd from thu Uuffalo exposition recent
ly. have obtained Dosltlons In the city.
There will be an election of officers
of Co. A, N. fl. II., held tomorrow even
ing at tho Drill Shed. See New Today,
Twenty eases of newly arrived
Saucrhrunncn will be sold at auction
by J. F. Morgan at noon on Friday
Lee Toma & Co., Ltd., 33 King street,
Is open evenings until 9 o'clock, they
will sell you choice cigars for llttll
Annual meeting of the stockholders
of the First Nntlonnl Hank ot Hawaii
will be held on Tuesday, Jan. 14. Sec
Judd & Co., 307 Stangenwald bulla
Ir.g, have the agency for a number ot
oil companies. Sec For Snlc column on
llourbon Whiskey, C years otd, $3.50;
Claret, tJO ccntB; Sherry nnd Tokay, 76
cents a gallon nt Hoffschlaeger Co.'s
Nothing has been done nt Washing
ton about nprolntlng nn additional
deputy of tho Collector of IntcrnnI
Rcvcnuo for Hawaii.
Tim officers ot the National Guard
met Inst evening and talked over the
coming prize drill nnd other matters ol
Interest to tho guardsmen.
Leo Toma & & Co., 33 King street.
can make you n cigar, any shape, for
Christmas or New Year's, from one to
any quantity, quality or price.
Rev. W. Ault. who wns here In at
tendance nt the veesions of the Angli
can Synod, returned to his home In
Maul by tho Mauna Lna yesterday.
Sachs & Co. have, by their doll con
test, drawn tho attention of the pub
lic to their complete stock. Sco ad In
this Issue for stnndlng of contestants.
Turkish rugs nlll be said by James
F. Morgan at his salesroom on Thurtt
day, December 19, at 10 a. m., a' good
chnnre for desirable Christmas, gifts
Sco new ad.
On Friday, December 13, at 12 o'clock
Janus F. Morgan will sell at auction n
KfrgD quantity of furniture and general
merchandise. Seo his new announce
An earnest effort Is being made by
the Fire Claims Commission to close
out the remainder of tho cases this
week, Chlneso claimants still hold the
Jus, F. Morgan will hold a sale of
elegant palms, ferns and plants at his
salesrooms on Thursday- December 19.
at 10 a. m. Tho collection will be on
view the day before the sale. See new
A n4w .boat for. a local'party Is belni
built' here which it Is thougnt will
outsail any other now Jiere. She will
be ot the' same type as the Wlklwlkl
which has proved to be so very successful.-
The native who pointed out Edgar
Hickory, the negro burglar, to Uarccy
Joy at Kallbl yesterday, was given
$25 on the spot by Deputy Sheriff
Chlllingworth. The lucky man at once
runic to town apd purchased a lot ot
clothes for hlmscir and his family.
In the Police Court this forenoon,
Tal Sung was sentenced to thrco
months' Imprisonment nt hard labor on
tho charge of vagrancy. The defen
dant stated that ho had done no work
for about two mouths but that ho had
been supported by his friends. Tal
Sung Is an old offender.
The trnmcnrs out Kallhl way are In
a great plllkln. Last evening one rat
stood on the switch outolde J K, Kan-
lla's ptnro for fully twenty minutes
andnotn soul got on. Tho Rapid
Transit ears had dono all tho bust
nets. About tho only passengers who
now tako the tramrirs are the onts
who como from Wnlklkl.
J. H. FISHER
Stock and Bond Brokers.
Today shu lives In splendor,
Her lovo Is mlno no mora;
Today shu lets hor sorvanto
Itcpulso mo at tho door;
With lofty scorn shu passes ,
Thu corner whero 1 6tanu
They snv a duko is Lomlng
To claim her heart and uand.
Postage on the Dulletln's special In
dustrial edltlbn N three cents to all
parts of the States
grtXitft A New. tennis
to a Tenuis torn Oxford
Tho hlrjhcHt grade Vmu
of txln hIioc made; QDf
Has extra rubber K
sole, to replace ii9r
the present ones, TtfT
when worn out. wJL.
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.
Allthe little clrls like dolls, and we have
had lots of experience in handling the kind
that pleases them, so ou can come to our
store feeling perfectly sure that you will get
the right kuid.
We have dressed dolls, undressed dnl's,
jointed dolls, kid doljs, stuffed dolls, sleepinc
dolls, speaking do Is, crving dolls, doll of all
sizes, dolls that say Mama.
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.
I L 1
Ad E NTS FOR
FIRE ASSOCIATION, of PhllsdslphlV -ttt
WE8TERN ASSURANCE CO, of Tl j9
Offices Stanoenwald Bldfl, Ml: A
chant street. .-
HONOLULU STOCK liXCMANOH l
Honolulu. December it, loot
NAME OF STOCK 'jjfl'jj ? Bll Art i
, Bfwr ftCompin. em.ee loo 4M
US chDG.Co,l'1. 6o,m too oo '
lt!. Km Co., LtJ.. ,00.00 v.... s
SUGAR. " $
!! PlinUtlop Co ooo,ono to fl4
HawttUnArrkulttrilCo i.ooo,ouo too ifo
HiftlUnCom&SuCo. 1,111,7)0 oo J
HallinSu(irCo ... I '.ooono )o 11
Honomu Sugar Co .-. Mo,ooo too ij, .
Honokn Sugir Co Itona.000 to ,. , '
ltalkl Sugir Co ... J v,ono 100 too ,
Kahuku Plantation Co. I yx.ouft to tiV ,.
KllitlPtant.Co.ltl, .. I 1.050010 y It . . '
Kl,anulu Sugar Co. I tfo.m toe 10)
Koloa Sutar Co.. .... ' vxn too ,6 -
M(Bry4rbuCo..LJ. ,. ).' ",-x- t 1
0hu Surar (.0 Htoo,ono too r ioiH n
rhomca Sugar Co i,ooo.oor m ... t4H
O-tkala Sugar Plan, Co ueow to j2H
OlaaSu. Co., LU ail tt.ar, r tM I 1
OlaaSif o.Lt4, pi upl 1100,000 m 11..,. I
UlowalaCooiBanr,.,., tfo.000 -oo ..... I ,
Paauhau Su. Plan. Co 4w.oon I
Paclfle Sugar Mm .. jooooo t- .. tto I , -
Pala Plantation Co... ro,ooo too too I
PapMkfO Sugar Co... W.000 too 1,1 I ,
PlonMrMIIICo... 1150.000 too ,
Plonatr Mill Co. Ami sooono 100 , ;
Walalua Agr. Co.. .v.ooo too 51 60 I
Walluku Surar Co.... Too,oo loo ,
Wamanalo Sugal Co nt.ooo too tjj ,'.
WaliMt Mill Co . ... m.ooo too -f
Wl in Stt amtklp Co. . juo.ooo too 10 2
ntirlttanJ Staam N.Co 500,000 too .. So 1?
faallan E'trtc Co... oi,ooo too no 1
Hon. Ratio T.tl I anjC. ijo.ooo too a)H 1
Mutual Ttltphon Co .. ityme to.. ., 1
OahnRy II Land Co... ,.000,000 too at fl
Paopla'a let k R'l'C Co 1 50.000 too im
BANKS. ' J
Flrd National Bank m
FUtA.S Hir.kkT.C- 100 I .,.
BONDS. I i
Hawaiian Gov s per can .... ... I 9
HlloR. R. Co. oparctnl '100 I ;
Hon. kapll Tranall ,5 I 'M
E ptantal'n S par can , ..,,. I m,
OahuRIi UndCo.pr , I W
Oahu Plantation A p .,, I m
Olaa Plantation 6 p c. ..?, 1 ,V
Walalua Agrlcul. t p c jj
Sales in Klliel. 10; 10 Klhcl, $10; S
10 Klhcl. $10; 10 Klhcl, $10; 10 Klliol, M
; V) Klhcl. $10; 20 Klhcl. IIP.
SALE OF HANDKERCHIEFS
SPECIAL VALUE8 OFFERED. .,
Last week in our general advertiiem" nt we spoke Of some
handkerchiefs just recrived trom the manufacturers direct
from Switzerltn.l; the excellence of these go ds and the ex.
c eJnjtly low prias have caused a gre t d.-mand for tht-m.
We are selling these handkerchiefs at a preat bar ain those
in greatest demand are the 25c ones; we have some at 5c anil
some a 10: which are selling well also ; then, too, we have
finer cradt-s running up as high as $5.00 each. THE 25c
HANDKERCHIEFS we have ma e our leader and have over
1 50 patterns to select from, some trimmed with embro'dery
nnd some with lace. In or. er to sell the.se beautiful goods so
cheap we were obliged to buy an oxt a large quantity and
expct the price to b' su h an inducement that we will supply
tlif town wl'h h.tndkerchlcfs lor some time to come. Come and
see them. W: have one window fill d with different kinds.
PACIFIC IMPORT COMPANY, "
Progress Block, Fort Street.
Building Cope to Cairo Tclrrnph.
Now York, Dec. 1. A dispatch from
Ilvrlln tn the London Times nnd New
York Times pays tho soinl-ofQcml or
Kans announce that the Capo to Cairo
line of tho African Transcontinental
Telegraph Company has been con
Btriiccd ns fnr na lllsmarckburR. Togo
IUUU. Jl IO IlllUUUl'tl uuiiiiuit'iy iu cuu
ncct the German Kast African lino
with It nt UJIJI, Central Atrlca.
Maga'tncs bound by tho EVENING
WII.I.AniJ E. BtlOWN.
W. A. LOVE. '
Halstead & Co.;
ON SUGAR SECURITIES.
921 Fort Street.
Stock And Bond Exchange.
CLIINTOIN J. HUTCHIINS,
ltmNt (I Jv Af
Stock and Bond Broker
Member of Honolulu Stock Exckugi
Orders for the purchase or sale of stocks
ana bonds carefully and promptly exscutsd.
1 Loans negotiated.
Ground Floor.-Judd BuJIdlnt
HostofSce Box 390. Telephoos i4
MclISERISV BLOCK. PORT ST.
Judd & Co., Ltd.
307 8tnnjicnwald Building.
P. O. Box 007. Tel. Main 288
Olaa Ih practically without n gov
ernment physician nsnln. Dr. C. XL
Ulakp applied tor leavn of absence,
saying Br, N. rtimel wnB rrady to art
as his substitute. The Beard of Health
consented, but it appears Dr. Illaku
left his post without waltlns fpr Dr.
UiiBsel to toko charKe. There Ih n
probability that the llonnl will at thh
wcok'R mrctinR. today or tomorrow,
nprolnt Dr. Ilusscl ns the regular phy
sician for Oliu ,
Waller Brccn, a bricklayer, nttempt
eiriila llfo In room 13 of the Alohn
hoiiHf, Fort street, early last evening.
Ho wus found by so-ne roipanlors
who) on account of tho actions of the
man fcr II 0 rnst two nr three dnj-H
cusrected that snmcth'ngt was wrong
Wlirn il'senircreil, Iliccn was lylni on
the flor; of'h'a rcom wltn n cut In h's
ntoK, irndo by n rusty pocket knlfs,
Kvlilrnl'y, Ilrern's norvo hid filled
him wl'cn ho lia-l on-n mtdo the Inst
rlrn. Tho man wn lukcii tn thn lies
rl!al. Unlrsn b'ned rnU-'n'ni bhbuM
Tn err Is human especially when wi ret In the man s'apds every char.co 0'
mo tho sinners. . recovery.
No More Dread
f he Dental Chair
TEETH EXTRACTED And FILLED
VIISOLUTELY WITHOUT' PAIN b)
iur late scientific method applied to tin
(ami, No sleep-producing agents 01
These am tho only dental parlors II
Honolulu hnvlwr PATENTED.Al'PLl
ANCES nnd Ingredients to extract, fill
tnd apply gold crowns and porcelali
crowns unJectecablo from natural teetl
and warranted for ten years, WITH
OUT THE LEAST PAIN. All wort
iono by GRADUATED DENTISTS ol
from 12 tov20 years' experience, anri
each department In charge nt a Special
ist Give us a call, and you will find
us to do exactly as we advertise. W
will tell you tn advance exactly what
vour work will cost !y a FREE EX
AMINATION. Set Teeth fl OO
Cold CrownH, S5.00
Gold Filling SIOO
-liver Filling! 60c
WO ftATES rtflrU
'iirYTT... i .-),
Wl'Y I ..1" ' I VI HfiLiK
(lur nnma nlonu will br guirnntr
'tut vour work will he of thn best.
New Ynrk Dental Parlors
'tiMim t Kllte nullrtlliK. Hotel Blrcf
1 APIRH IN ATTENDANCE
A Santa Claus
- - IN SIIAPEjOF - -
ON -ALL -TOYS
BOUGHT FROM MB TO
TUB 10th OF DECEMBER
JUST OPEN HD:i Urge stock
of good ordered before Inten
tion ot altering front of store.
All must be clc.ireJ out : ; :
B. W. JORDAN'S
iti.,vitadtMitt- 'mK. -jtauJmih iifyiiMiitt.
. iiatiA, 'J&Jlt&HaX, Jik&aiUiitilbtiL&$t