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yzvav '"-,n,i rr.-jMt-.r.
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vkntno bullwtis, bji.olttlo, m. t., Thursday, dfx?. 12, ml
Buys one dozen Lace Embroidered Cot
ton Handkerchief; orono dozen lawn
Hnndkurchlofs, Hemstitched and fan
cy striped edges.
Ar. Very Acceptable Holiday Gift, and always In good tnslo
whether given by n man or a woman; and they havo tho advan
tage of being usorul as well.
Wo havo tho llnost assortment to bo found In tho Hawaiian Isl
ands It la absolutely complete.
If you will read this ndvpitlroment yon arc euro to find sonie
thing that will null your puree nnd your Ideas.
t't Vaf" Hiiys four (4) Ladlet' Lawn Handker-
t I II I chiefs, Embroidered with Lace, or
T9 1 a If If reo (3) I'uro l.lnen Lawn Ladlua' .
T " Handkerchiefs, laco embroidered.
Ladle' Pure Irish Linen Handkerchief, with Initials In tho
corner; hemstitched; bIx In a box. for $1.76. Ladle' Pure Irish
Linen Handkerchiefs, with embroidered edges, a great variety to
choose from; prlcos 60c, 7Sc, $1, $1.23 to $1.00 each. Ladles' Initial
ed Linen Handkerchief, unlnundcrcd, six in a package, for $1.
Children' Initialed Cotton Handkerchief, very aultablo for Xmas
gifts, three In a box, for 26c. Men' Pur Irish Linen Handker
chief, hemstitched, 25c to 60c each. Men' Pure Irish Linen
Lawn Handkerchiefs, hemstitched and initialed, $2.75 per box of
six. Real Honiton and Battenburg Lace Handkerchiefs, hand-made,
prices ranging as high ns $12 each.
B. F. EHLERS & CO., FORT ST.
mum in til
The two negro burglars. Hob Wil
liams and Hdgar Williams, alias Ed
gar Hickory, appeared before Julgo
Wilcox In tho Police Court this foro.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Weather Ilurcau, I'unahou, Decem
ber 12. Temperature Morning mini
mum, 67; Midday maximum, 75.
llaromctcr at 9 a. m, 29.07, Rising.
Dew rqlnt MF.
Humidity at 9 a. m. 62 per cent
Diamond Head Signal Station, Dc-
The HONOLULU INVESTMENT CO., Ltd,
Office Judd Building, Merchant St.
THI-: GREENWICH INSURANCE CO.
INS. COMPANY OF NORTH AMERICA.
THE NEW ZEALAND INSURANCE CO.
Subscribed Capital $5,000,000.00.
THE WESTCHESTER EIRE INS. CO.
Assets $3,005,01 5.30.
THE GERMANIA LIKE INSURANCE CO.
THE CANTON MARINE INSURANCE OFFICE.
Subscribed Capital $2,500,000.00.
PACIFIC SURETY COMPANY.
The HONOLULU INVESTMENT CO., Ltd.
General Insurance, Red Estate and Financial Agents
A. V. GEAR, President. EMIETT MAY, Secretory.
A Happy Christmas !
will be Inpptrr still when empithleJ by
a pretty present.
We have a holiday stock of FRAMED
PICTURES which are really btMutlful,
coiiiMIng of marine views, mountain
scenery and those pretty Illustrations from
real life, one of particular beauty rntitleJ
WHAT HIIALL I 8AV I
The whole stock is of a high grade at a low price, and h on exhibition
on the walls of our store. Come nnd hcc tlicm.
WALL, NICHOLS CO.," LTD.
TWO iSTORES IN ONE.
.U- ..1 . . I l .!! UIUIHUIIU IICUU
:.nJr"."'7ir.S"u ":''.-; I"! ber 12.-Weather clean wind fresh
.... "" -J u'ft ...i" .. - NE
lenng me jeweiry siure ui Air. narucr
on upper Fort street.
Judgo Wilcox explained to the de
fendants that it was not necessary for
them tn plead as tnc cane was one
that was out of his jurisdiction. They
could waive examination and take
their chances with a Jury In tho Cir
cuit Court Notwithstanding this, Dob
Williams pleaded guilty to Implica
tion In the burglary plot and Hickory
pleaded guilty to straight burglary.
Tho next matter for the considera
tion of Judge Wilcox was the amount
uf bait. He stated that the case was
a, very serious one. The penalty was
Ufa Imprisonment or bny number of
years. Tho amount ol Jewelry taken
was worth about J2oU0. He would
therefore set the ball at that sum.
Hob Williams looked at the Judgo
for a second or two and then, turning
on bis heel with a smile on his face,
said: "Ob, h , Judge, I might as
well go 'way back nnd sit down.' "
Warner, the Jeweler whose trunk
was taken from his store on Monday
night last by tho two negroes and ono
other, was at the police station this
morning to Identfy his goods. The
trunk was brought out of the room In
which all articles are kept, and open
ed. Mr. Warner placed tne value at
$500 but when Sheriff Drown asked him
it ho would take that amount for th
Jewelry, ha replied In tne negative.
There were all kinds of rings, gold
watch chains, oroorhea, pins and
precious stones, worth all the way
from 2500 to $3000.
Sheriff Drown asked tho Jeweler If
be always kept his Jewelry In a trunk
and the latter replied In the affirma
tive. The sheriff then remarked tin,
he must certainly placo more confi
dence In humanity than tho ordinary
run of people. Tho Jeweler replied that
lie started In business with a cardboard
box. In this contalne: be kept all his
stnek. As the biiil.ii-& grew, he need
h trunk and had for thirteen yrm pur
ri.pd tho same (.r.r.rite. He had tctr
bMCiors and had -.iltvnvs been ablo to
Jiold Ms propit o hnd found that
t burfilar w.11 mIwhjb a veiy gci.d
iWi'l.lnp rnnre wns mid and Wfiifr
i.'Siit-tl n reoill for the Jewelry. H
was not noticed t'ut he said ai. rhl.M;
about a reward for the services of tho
police. While this wai not In iiuy way
bintni at, still an r. knowlcdgenicr.t 0!
the work .lone wm nt leaft cxpc-teJ.
It In not probabl" Ih'it the other i-iim's
r.iMinut Williams i.r.-l Hickory will bo
BUY YOUR 'XMAS
BUY YOUR 'XMAS
6VVAM FOR STEAMBR.
New York, Nov. 30. Michael Stoska
wanted to rail this morning on tho
Holland line steamship nhyndam for
his homo In Itottcrdam. Ho started
for the company's pier In Hobokcn on
tho ferry boat Hamburg. In mid
stream his heart Jumped up In hid
mouth when hr beheld tho big ship
sailing swiftly down tho river.
StoHka with a cry clambered over the
Kiiurd rail and dived Into the Icy wa
ter and quickly btruck out tn the direc
tion of the fast disappearing steamship
and struggled mightily to overtake her.
Ho kept bravely on for Ave minutes,
and then, convinced that his Job was
Impossible, ho gladly accepted tho aid
of a life preserver. Ho was hauled
back on deck, shivering and exhausted,
III Hobokcn they took him to St.
Mary's Hospital, where tho physicians
said the plunge might cost the man
"I'd havo made that boat," he saldi
"If It hadn't been so cold."
111 int. WAIVES
BUY YOUR 'XMAS
Furniture not only makes
a handsome preent but a
useful and accept ible one
as well. We have many
beautiful articles In this
line b)o numrrous to men
tion here, which we not In
especially fur the holiday
trade. CALL AND SEU
TIIU STOCK. : : i i i
HOPP & CO.,
Leading Furniture Dealers
Cor. King and Bethel Sts,
The mauka side of tho show window
of the store of Frnnk Krucger, the Jew
eler, nt tho corner of .Merchant and
Fort streets, was smashed lait night
or early this morning by some portnn
or persons who thought that !ioy
illicit get a big haul, having seen the
display made during tho day, Tho
curtulus wcro down and so of course,
they did not kr.cw Just what llitj
w uld find.
Mr. Krueger had taken the precau
tion to put away In the safe the most
valuable watches and other articles
which ho hnd dlsplajcd In tho window
during tho day. He left about eighteen
silver watch cases mid ubout the same
number of norku In tho nlndow. Tho
thieves, when they bad broken the
wlnduw with n small Iron bar, took
only tho rases, worth about $50. The
most valuable parts, tho works', wcro
There Is no clue tn the person or per
sona who committed the robbery but
tho pollro have suspicions as to the
Identity of tho man who did the Job.
The bar of Iron with which the win
dow was broken, Iva found near the
scene of the robbery and this is now In
tho poKsepMnn of tho police.
That the robbery wub committed af
ter 11:30 o'clock last night Is certain
for at that hour Lieut. I'ohaku was
standing on tho corner, after having
gone the rounds. Everything about
thu place wait all right then. The per
fcun or persona who did the Job must
have been clone by at tho time, for it is
calculated from facts known to thn
police department, that the window
vim smashed, before the midnight hour.
The Bulletin's special Industrial edi
tion can be obtained at this office or
the newa-stands. Price 25 cents.
Sugar 33ic. .
Q. II. Derrey'a office, 8 Campbell bid.
Christmas photographs at J. J, Wil
V, W. Heanlnlce and wife am back
from tho States.
Printing and developing at Honolulu
Photo Supply So.
W. O. Atwatcr after a short business
trip to the Coast, Is back.
The Hoard of Health meets this af
ternoon nt the usual time.
Tho best photo mailing cnvclopo at
Honolulu Photo Supply Co.
A few Christmas suggestions from
Holllster Drug Co. published In tbli
Mrs. n. K, Dillingham was a passcn
gcr from San Prancltco In the Sierra
W. D. Alexander nftcr a short trip to
the States was a returning passenger
In tho Sierra.
W. I. Madeira, assistant postmaster
and brldo arrived In the Sierra from
tho Coast this morning.
Physicians report the grip as again
prevalent. P. C. Jones Is ono citizen
laid up with the malady,
A now carriage wilt be an acceptable.
Christmas present for your wife. Sec
Clias. F. Hcrrlek Carriage Co.
Mrs. K. A. Kldd mother of R. D. Kldd
of tho Star, arrived from San Fran
cisco In the Sierra this morning.
F, D. Damon of the Dank of Hawaii
after n pleasant vacation spent 011 tho
Mainland returned in the Sierra this
Dourbon Whiskey, 6 years old, $3.50;
Claret, B0 cents; Sherry a'nd Tokay, 75
rents a gallon nt Hoffschlacgvr Co.'a.
II. K, Mccmano has been uppolntvd
by Treasurer Wright an agent to grant
marriage licenses, for thu dUtrlct of
Uwn nnd Wnlanae.
Hon. A. Fcrnandes, Miss Adelaldu
FcrnandcR nnd Mrs. Hobcrt Darker Jr.,
returned from Salt I.ako City in the
Sierra this morning.
I.lcut. Hugh Hodman, U. S. N., who
comes to tuke charge of the Iroquois
arrived In the Sierra this morning ac
companied by his wife.
Governor Dole has received photo
sraphs of designs fur a McKluley stn
tuu from Mr. Schmltt, a well known
oculptor on the Mainland.
I.te Toma & & Co., 33 King t-treet,
can make you a cigar, any Bhape, for
Christmas or New Year's, from one to
any quantity, quality or price.
The executive committee of the
Home Itule Republican party meets
tonight at 7:30 o'clock. It Is under
stood that tho permanent nanio of the
party will again be t.cn up for con
"Darcfooted Dill" has been released
from tho poiico station, no proofs hav
ing been secured of his complicity In
tho May grocery store robbriy. Dill
lays he is through with stoullng and
aiguilles his Intention of gc't'ng on the
I'olice force. If possible.
Secretary Cooper and Wrny Taylor
went up tn tho government nursery In
Nuuanu valley yesterday. After In
ipectlng tho excellent work of Porta
tcr David Hauglis In tho propagation
af Indigenous tree seeds, the oOlclals
went up to tho Pall. At the gnp. iho
wind was blowing with hurricane
Music is ono of tha most luavonly of
arts, and tho tones of our Westurmaycr
nbovo this wrutched old world and let
him have a glimpso of. tho star world
You will like tho Wcstermnjer Pia
nos, nnd you'll not And It hard to buy.
Hoffschlaeger Co , Ltd.
King nnd Retlicl St.
At 11 o'rlocl: last night thu Jury
In ought In n verdict finding Den Una
man guilty of manslaughter In the
third degree. A recommendation tn
mercw not wrltln 'r. 1 allow,'! tn
mercy not written lu was allowed to
be added when spoken by tho lorcman
Mr. Kauliikou gavo notice of motion
lor a now trial on the usual grounds,
which was set for hearing on Saturday
morning, pending which st'iitcnco was
suspended. The maximum limit Is five
years ut hard labor for tho offense
found, fliisman was tried on Indict
ment for murder in the first degree.
The eletrophonesj or telephones con
nected with theaters and music halls
etc., which were Installed In Loudon
ttpvornl vpnm mn havn neenrrilnp tn
Pianos do lake ono qulm away and tno Kcctrcal World, proved very sue
ccssful. So much bo, In fact, that the
company has recently been able to
greatly reduce Its rate, and to branch
out on a moro extensive scale. The
new rates aro exceedingly modest, be
ing less thau four rents a day, for
which sum the family ran enjoy an un
limited amount of music, speeches and
other entertainment, Dy tho use of a
loud-speaking receiver It Is posilblo
by turning a switch, to enable every
Governor Dole said: "it l bst to 0'10 In tho room to hear the Instru
bo particular about thu authenticity met distinctly. The company has Itu
of papers." I apparatus ronnccted with tho Orand
Accuracy Is next In Importance. Ac- Opera house, leading amusement halls
curatti copies aro guuranieeu wnen und churches
J. D AVERY, Public Typew Iter.
Tel. Main 16. Over Harts, Hotel St.
Postarjo on the Bulletin's special In
dustrial edition I' three cents to all
, parts of the States
New York, Dec. 6. A new Dlble, au
thorized by tho late general conven
tion in San Francisco, to be rend In all
llpltcopal churches In the United
Stater has been In process of compila
tion by the commltteo on marginal
readings which has sat at the Uplsco-
ual general seminary In this city sine a
lust Tuesday, and will conclude its
work tomorrow, says tho Times..
It wjf stated that an English Arm
has iii'dcrtaken the publication of till
Dlblc without oxper.se to the comrilt
tec. Vhls new Diblo is to consist of
tne ttxt an drcidortngs of the Klnis
Jnniej vt-jslon. tne '.'Cmlerlngs of tho
fingllsh u vision :. ml the rendering of
tlio Kt nt Amorlc.-u revision.
The renderings of tho Kptsenna)
commission are ordered to be printed
In an appendix for preservation. The
late convention, while It printed tho
scholarship of Its commission, did not
placo their work upon tno same level
as that of rcvisors who had lncludd
lay scholnrs and who had spent many
tore y'earj ut tho work, besides far
longer In numbers. Tho new Dlble In
sures tho very latest renderrngs, al
though the reading of them is permis
sive only, not obligatory.
During the past few weeks England
has been visited by an extraordinary
Immigration. This has been the ar
rival of some thousands of French
monks and mini, who are to take up
their homes In the old English monas
teries, Tho reason for this sudden
exodus from France Is that the French
Government has lately passed a strin
gent law affecting the religious orders
for tho purpose of checking the grow
'ng power of the church, nnd moro es
pecially tho Jesuits. Much Interest has
been taken In London In this Incom
'ng, and the ports on the south coast
-ommunlcatlng with France have been
iloiely watched. Thcro is a political
significance underlying tho move which
'ms been variously commented on. Tho
Icstilts and tha Pnsslonlsts nra some
thing more than religious orders, and
n Trance, nt Icn3t, havo been power
'til ngrnts of political piopaganda. It
's suggested that tho powers of thesa
lrders by no means cease In tho trans
Wanting, and that England Instead of
France will henceforward be the center
if tho most rcmnrknblo agentB of In
'.rlguc In the world.
SLm A New Tennis
to a Tennis lover Oxford e j
The highest grade Mi
of thin shoe made. SEm
llns extra rubber jK
oolcs, to rcplnce JLP
the present ones, Wtw
when worn out. 9WWL. I
McINERNY SHOE STORE
We w'tnt to have just as many people
crowd into our store as possible, and as an
extra inducement this week are going to sell
dolls nt an unusually low figure.
All the little clrls like dolls, and we have
had lots of experience in handling the kind
that pleascrthem. so you can come to our
store feeling perfectly sure that you will get
the right kind.
We luve dressed dolls, undressed dol's,
jointed dolls, kid dolls, stuffed dolls, sleepinc
dolls, speaking dots, crving dolls, dolls of all
sizes, dolls that say Mama.
Prlccs-lOc to $5.00.
One of our special features this week will be the sale of
500 Dressed Dolls at 25 cents each.
COMK AND 8CE THEM ALL.
SALE OF HANDKERCHIEFS
SPECIAL VALUES OFFERED.
Last week In our general adverlbenv nt we spoke of some
handkerchiefs just 'received troni the manufactures. direct
from Switzerhnd; the excellence of these go ds and the ex
c eJinjsly low prices have caused a gre t demand for them.
We are selling these handkerchiefs at a preat bar.ain those
in greatest demand are the 25c ones; we have some at 5c and
some a' 10; which are selling well also r then, too, we have
finer craries running up as high as $5.00 each. THE 25c
HANDKERCHIEFS we have mace out leader and have over
150 patterns to select from, some trimmed with embro'dery
and some with lace. In orcer to sell these beautiful goods so
cheap we were obliged to buy an oxt a large quantity, and
exp;ct the price to bt su li an inducement that we will supply
the town with handkerchiefs lor some time to come. Come and
see them. We have one window lill-d with different kinds.
PACIFIC IMPORT COMPANY, "
Progress Block. Fort Street.
CLINTON J. HUTCHINS,
J. H. FISHER
Stock and Bond Brokers.
FIRE ASSOCIATION, of Phlladslphlv
WESTERN ASSURANCE CO, of Tl
Offices Stangenwald Bldg, Mo
HONOLULU STOCK BXCHANCH
Honolulu, December 11, loot
1UME OF STOCK SjfJ'J, J Bid Ktk4
". Bftwtr IbComeinv. t.eeo.or n M j
NS cMOO.Co,l'l. o,re " ,.. io I
LB.k'm kCs LU.. km ..,) (
Bw Plantation Co ... .,. 4
HaoallanAgrlcultufatCr t,oos,u tto
Hawaiian Com Ik Su Co .)it.t .
Hawaiian Stifar Co ... .ooo,ck ao it
Honomu Susar Co .. ftot " t)lH'
Monokaa Sugar Co.... cno.or
Ha'k-u Sugar Co .. foo.ot o
Kahuku Plantation Co. ioojv n u)i
Klhtl Plant Co .ltd ow,oi t ' .
Kttahutti Sugar Co. ibow ot lot
KoloaSurarCo Vxxo a - 6)
M(BrylaSuCo.,Ll. !.. '
0hu Sutat l-o , . i.ooc.0. tot or Mttf
Onontta SuearCo 1,000.01- ,
Ookala Sujtar Plan. Co y. .0
Olaa So. Co.. Ltl.. at I H$.or tH
OlaaSiCo.LU.pliiDl ISOO.O" i)M
OlowaluCorrany..,.. tso.01 " lo
Paauh.u Su. Plan. Co .ooe,n y
Pacific Sutar Mill jooji. 10 .. no ,
Pala Plantation Co. ... tjo.o 10 too J
Ptpokto Sutar Co.... tso.00. m 1
Plonttr Mill Co o.e o I
Plonaar Mill Co. Alttt 5ovi " J
Walalua Art. Co., i.joo.ou to SI to 9
Walluku Surar Co ?oo,oc
Walaaulo Sucat Co . )." ' .,
WalnxaMillCo i!.o" " tf M
WldtrStaanthlpCo.., 500.00c lot loo M
Mir-ltludStfanN.Co 500,00c tor if
,tilan E'Ktrlc Co . o,ooc too 150
Hoa.RarldT.k taniCr 1)0.000 too .... 9
Mutual Taltpbon Co i,ou to jQ
Oabu Ry 4: Land Co. . a.oooax too ( f
Pooolt'l let k RTf Co 150.001 tot 'a
Flrat Natloaal Bank M
Frr.tA, S BankkT.C' 9
Hawaiian (Jov 5 otr con ....,,. . ........ . M
HlloR. R. Co. oparcant too
Hon. kapll rranilt ' -S
Ew ptantat'n 6 par can ..,,..';.,, ,
Oartu R k LandCo.prc M
Oattu Plantation 6 p c .
Olaa Plantation 6 p c M
Walalua Acrkul. e p c I
Bairn B2 Hriit Nntlonnfuankrillof "
SO II. It. T. & I.. Co, $90; 10 Oahu, -sM
Sir IUnry Irvlng'a prodlgalltr ts
war.l Lrrvants vna well lllmtratod a
few ji'.iro ago. r-licn he waa at Bluff
I'olnt, Lclio Champlatn. Ho gavo tha
tlrlvcr of tho brejk, which dally rin to
An Sable Chasm, $S0 in two weeks, nr.4
feed the other servants with llko rock
lorsiHfs. The guests of the hotel arcw
vry Indignant, because there watt no
Getting nlong with tho employes, who
almost literally fought among them
selves to minister to tho needs of tba
Kiigllth actor and sadly neglocto'd the
rest of tho gni'utg.
WILLAUD E.. BROWN.
W. A. LOVE.
Halstead & Co.,
ON 8UQAR SECURITIES.
921 Fort Street.
Stock and Bond Exchange.
Stock and Bond Broker
Member of Honolulu Stock Eicbingi
Orders for the purchase or sale of stock
ana bonds carefully and promptly txacutad.
Ground Floor, Judd Bulldlnc.
Hostoffice Box 390. Telephone 169
McINBRlNY BLOCK. PORT ST.
Judd & Co., Ltd.
307 etnnftcnwold Bulldjntl.
P. O. Box OCT. Tel. Main 288
No More Dread
of the Dental Chair
TEETH EXTRACTED AND FILLED
VBSOLUTELY WITHOUT l'AIN b
lur lato scientific method applied to tb
ums. No sleop-produclng agents 01
These are the only dental parlors It
Honolulu having PATENTED API'LI
ANCES and Ingredients to extract, 01)
ind anply gold crowns and porcelain
.Towns undectecable from natural teott
ind warranted for ten years, WITH
OUT THE LEAST PAIN. All work
lone by ORADUATED DENTISTS of
from 12 to 20 years' expcrlouce, and
tach department In charge of a Special
ist Olve us a call,' And you will find
'is to do exactly as we advertise. We
jrlll tell you In advance exactly what
your work will cost ny a FREE EX
8ct Teeth ,5 00
Gold Crowns $8.00
Gold Filling. 0I.OO
Silver Fillings BOc
Our nnme nloue will be a, gimrnnte
'hnt your work will be of the host.
New York Dental Parlors.
loom 4. Ellto Building. Hotel Slrerl
LATHES IN ATTENDANCE
A Santa Glaus
- - IN BIIAPE OF - -
fs ON -ALL -TOYS
JV I BOUGHT FROM MB TO
-f gEb THBIOth OF DECEMBER
JUT OPENliD a Inrce stock
of KonJs orJcred before Intcn
tl'.n of .tlterinK front of store.
All must be cleared out : s :
E. W. JORDAN'S
M-ik.! . .UV
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