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EVENING BULLETIN. hJi.OLULC. It. T. MONDAY, DEC. 16, 1901.
ELEGANT GOODS FOR
Wo hato Imported specially for tho
holiday season tho most appropriate
( novelties .for ChrlBlmns nnd Now
Tears' gifts ever shown In Honolulu.
Henutlful Toilet mill Traveling Cases,
Handfcomo Leather Goods, Exqulslto
Perfumes, i:ony Goods and a hundred
and one other articles that your friends
will appreciate as remembrances of
tho closing year. Conio and bco them
whether you buy or not. Wo'll bo glad
to see you. .: .: .: .: .: .:'
B. F. EHLERS & CO.
- - - FORT 8TRGET - - -
The HONOLULU INVESTMENT CO., Ltd.
Office Jadd Building, Merchant St.
THE GREENWICH INSURANCE CO..
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.
, Assets $27.378.533-30-
THE CANTON MARINE INSURANCE OFFICE.
Subscribed Capital $2, 500,000.01;.
PACIFIC SURETY COMPANY.
The HONOLULU INVESTMENT CO., Ltd.
General Insurance, Real Estate and Financial Agents
A. V. QEAR, President. EMflETT MAY, Secretary.
WONDER AT DEPARTURE
Thought That He May Have Gone
To Minila Though Name i3
Not on Outgoing Passenger
Francis J. llerry, attorney at law
and promoter of tho Hawaiian Ceme
tery Association, has departcd'rom the
city fnr parts unknown accompanied by
his wife. It Is thought by some that
Horry went to China In the Doric while
others think he left for tho Coast.
For several months In connection
with his law practice, llerry has con
ducted a lodging placa In Helen's
Court, which was sold about threo
weeks before his departure. Numcr
our bills of tradesmen and other In-
rurred while tho lodging place was
running have not men nettled as yet
and thcro are nccountA, aggregating
several hundred dollars which wero
left unpaid. Several days before de
parting henco tierrry Bellied matters
In connection with tlio Hawaiian
Cemetery Association giving out at
that tlmo that ho was llablo to leave la
a short time for the Coast on busi
Just before leaving his wife purchas
ed about $75 worth of undcrelothlnij
and other furnishings nt one, of the dry
goods stores and took them to the
bouse without paying for them. Tho
firm selling the goods, however, heard
of tho Intended departure of the cou
ple and called for payment almost a
soon as the goods wero delivered. An
the collector would not be denied ad
mission, as was desired, by Mrs. llerry
I10 remained all day at the liouso and
finally saw Mr?, llerry who turned ovo
all of tho purchases except those
which were paid for. As Berry had
often talked of the opportunities In
Manila his acquaintances are Inclined
to think that he went there,, nailing
from hero In the Doric which sailed fo
tho Orient on the 10th.
A careful penibal of the IIMs of de
parting passengers falls to show the
name of llerry nud wife.
A Gift that will be
One of our beautiful candy boxes
filled with delicious ChotoiateH and
Bon-bons. The boxes ulono ur suffl
i.luitly beautiful tn charm the most
tasteful, but when filled with our can
dies will delight the most fastidious.
GRUENHAGEN'S CANDIES A SPECIALTY.
CANDY DEPARTMENT OF
WALL, NICHOLS CO., LTD.
TWO (STORES IN ONE. '
By buying your
Figs, Dates, Nuts
Layer Raisins, Etc.
1 BAND TO
H. MAY & CO.
' ISoHton Block,
Telephone S3, 4, 2
P. O. Box U80.
Captnlu Merger called on Governor
Dole at noon to arrange for tho trip
ol thn baud tn llllo, which was post
poned several months ago until thr
luttor part of tho year. Arrangements
wero not completed and tho confer
ence was deferred until 'i o'clock. Th(
bandmaster wants to lake two wocki-
foi the visit. To niako It merely for
I the loiiurt tilp nf tho Klnau would al
low of only two evenings nt llllo. Dy
tailing a. fortnight tho llllo people
would have a baud season of ten days.
It Is the Intention for the band to leave
Honolulu on the 30th ef the month and
give its llrnt concert In llllo on New
A sour disposition will lodge In toe
The Bulletin's special Industrial edl
tlon can be obtained at this office or
the news-stands. Price 25 cents.
Furniture not only makes
a handsome present but a
useful and acceptable one
as well. We have many
lrautlful cuticles In this
line too numerous to men
tion here, which we Rot 1 1
especially for the IxillJ-iv
tradr.' CALL AND Sfcl;
THE stock. : : : : :
BOPP & CO.,
Leading Furniture Dealers
Cor. King and Bethel 8b
M. (!. Slha. Clins. Cn Ightoir and
llx otheri, wiki wen- urrested HriUu
lay 1 ! the clmrf-.c of UMiUtill ud 1
.ery, sworn to by J. M. I.emos. ni
jsarctl In the Polite Court thin fore
loon. When tho case was IJist tailed.
Attorney Hitting, who, with A. O. Cor
.ea. nnneareil fur the defense. Hhked
nat the east- li lontlnucil until live
ir.lnuti'S in order to allow him tlmo to
get word to Clias. Crelghton. who was
erced to be present nt the Ciit'tiil
Court. This was granted.,
In about fifteen minutes tho ense was
again called and Deputy ttnerirt Chll
llngwnrth asked that he be granted a
continuance of a day. since ho had not
oatl nn opportunity to primtro him
self, It having been his liuprcrclon
that Attorney llussc-1 woulJ appear for
nittlng Jumped up In nn CM-lted
manner and objected to nn stub pit?
cecdlug. The defendant wem all In
couit anil tho east- shnul I go on. He
was taken completely by surmise
when Mr. Chllllngworth nro&n nud an
nounced very tpiletly: "All right, wt?
will proceed ul once. I im ready now.
Wo will try one ease at 1 tlii.n. M.
a. Hllvn's Is the flint." JiiiIm Vilto
then suld: "Call Mr. Crelglitim's name.
If bu Is not present, let his ball bo
orfelted. V will take tin one cniie
at it tlinii."
Mr. Crt'lglitiin's name was called nnil
Judge Wilcox was Just on the puln
ot declaring his ball foiTelti'd, when
'lilting nroxo agalu and. in a different
tone, said ho wns willing the case
should go over unt.l tomorrow or any
other time suitable tn the prosecution
i'Iic case wns tbtreupou set fur tomorrow.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
The Bulletin's special Industrial edi
tion can be obtained at this office or
the news-stands. Price 25 cents.
Printing nnd dceloplng at Honolulu
Photo Supply So.
Four new songs will be given at this
evening's band concert.
I'astmnn kodaks at twenty per cent
below list prlco at Honolulu Photo
Mnnnger, B K. Dull of Kckahn plan
tation. Kami!, arrhed In the W.,0.
Hall on Sunday.
Exhibition of raro and beautiful or
chids at Mclncrny's shoo store today
Thero will bo roll call of the mem
bcrs of Cchtrnl Union Church on Wed
The Mlgnon Club win meet at the
risldenco of Mrs, Montague-Turner on
The Merchants' Parcel Delivery Co.
Is open evenings until 10 p. m. See
their nd on first page.
There will be a tllscusblon of the
Sugar Question In tomorrow morning's
Issue of tho Honolulu Republican.
It Is rumored that tho Ulshop K.Lato
will appeal from the verdict of the
Federal Jury In the condemnation Bitlt.
Hourbon Whiskey, C years old, $3.00;
Claret. 50 cents; Sherry nnd Tokuy, 7S
cents n gallon at Hoffschlaeger Co.'s.
"The Missing Link" was the subject
of an interesting talk by Major Wood
or the Salvation Army In tbo Y. M. C.
A. yesterday afternoon.
Tho steamer Claudine towed the
hthooner II. C. Wright out of liana
on Friday. She was loaded with nil
gar for San Francisco.
I-ec Toma ft & Co., 33 King street,
can make you a cigar, any shupe, fur
Christmas or New Year's, from one to
any quantity, quality or prlco.
Desirable rooms can be nail at Hel
en's Court, a new private hotel back of
the Elite building. Sec Itoom and
Hoard column on page 8.
reach and Apple .lark (brandy),
from old Kentucky, for Southerners
and others, nt the Kncoro Saloon,
northwest comer Xuuauti and Hotel
There u ill be a meeting of the stork
holders of the Austin Publishing Co.
Sntuidn). Sre notice under New To
day. The fourteen natives nnd 0110 Portu
guese arrested Krltlav and Saturda)
on the chnrgc of rngniuey, all hud
tlietr caeca nolle urufctl. In the Police
Court this forenoon.
A native bnd one of the front wlicclt
of his buggy taken off by 11 Ilapld Tran
sit car opposite the Kllte building on
Hotel street, tdiortly befora 7 o'cloel
Hlegant novelties fnr ChrlMmaH
gifts nre being shown by Killers & Co,
Fort street. Henutlful toilet and trn
Tcllng enscs, handsome leather goods
exquisite perfumes, toapx, cte.
A Japanese mixed up with the cow
catcher of car lb of the ltnpld Transit
lino on Saturday evening and but for
the prompt action of tho mntorman
would have been killed. As It was
he was not badly hurt.
While unloading mnchlncry at Huelc
tln steamer Claudine parted her sterr
line and hud to put to sea. It n
vrry rough there and most of the ni
chinery had been landed.
One of the crow of the steamer Maul
vus Willed in tho surf at Papaloa las'
wielc, Ho started to swim to 11 buo
and was enrrled to the beach by a lilr
wago and thcro dashed to death In
sight of his comrades, who were 11 n
aide tn assist him.
At about 10 o'clock last night r
hackman raw two Portn ltlcnn va
V ants trjlug the gate ut the ParKei
risideme on King street. They walk
'Ml away and later on lm met there
lgaln outside the same plate. The;
"lire evidently looking around for h
rhtce to sleep. If thoy run up pgnlns
lie Jupanesc who are living on thr
place. It Is very probable that they did
very llttlo resting there.
r v- fa 1 f i fMM
TAVAS GOI1H FREb.
J. Tu vim, the Portuguese who, u few
nights since, shot his wife In tho leg
with a revolver nnd who, with the lat
ter claimed that the whole thing wnf
an accident, appeared for trial In th
Police Court this forenoon 011 the
charge of assault nnd battery wlAi a
v tnpon. At the Instance of the prose
cution, a nolle prohHtiuI was entered.
Thme who were In tho neighborhood
of the home near the MtCillly tract
on the night of the shooting, hino felt
right along as If Micro were moio un
derneath tho whole thing thnn had
come to tho surface. However, there
lins been no offer on the part of the
vrouiuh'd woman tn prosecute tier hus
band so theie Is an nd to the case.
Music Is one of the most heavenly of
arts, and tlm tones of our Westormayer
Pianos ln ttike one qulto away and
above this wielehed old world and let
him have a glimpse of the star world
You will liko tho Wt'sterrnaycr Pin
nob nnil you'll not find It hard to buy.
Hoffschlaeger Co , Ltd.
King ami Bctlic' 8tn.
tlmtuii rCqunrc Mimic
The bund will pluy tho following so
lutions at u conceit In ICinnu Square
this (veiling, btgluntog nt 7:110 o'clock;
Overture ltii)mnud TlinmaJ
M'lerert II Trovatore Verdi
Uriintl Selection Lucia .... Donizetti
Four new Amcrlean Sengs
fa) Marie I.oulac (Itubcnfrld.)
(Ii) l.ora (Kelser.)
Miss I. Kclliaa.
(e) Adeline (Fairfield.)
(d) The Grey and tho lllue (Tam-tcn.)
,Mrs. N. Alapal.
Corntt Solo Alie Where Art Thou
Mr. Charles Kreutcr.
(by tequebt) Ashcr
AVall7. Artist Life Slnmei
Sextet Fiorodoi a (by reqncbt)
SclectloD-y'The ("rat krrjiick ...Mncklu
The Star Hpanglett ll.innrr.
Honolulu Harbor No. 54, Masten
and Pilots' Association, met at a ban
quet at the Union Grill last evening.
All the membeiH of the organization
n port and somo Invited guests wero
present at the feast nnd a most pleas
ant time was had.
speeches and a song or two and tho
tlmo wns bp" ""nil tho weu sum
hcurrf In merriment,
Among those piescnt were: S. W
S'oithy, 0. H. Hroknw, J, S. Greene
f r rnol' flpnro C Ttert'tov T
K. Clarke, Gcnrgo 11. Piltz. Chaplain
A. Paiker, J. ..oslier. A. Tullett.
'V. llow. A. I.. Tjiln. Willis llnwo.
'am" Khnino. H. H, A. Banneit,
It. It. Dornn, Carl Wlchort, J. W.
fook. K. H. Parser. A. 'nillett. J. 11.
Starle, W. G. nennell. V. Hennett. J.
'V. McAllister, Wm. Mitchell. M. Inoss,
"he". ivdrst'n, J. K. Clark and J.
Governor Dole said: "It Is best to
be particular nbnut thu authenticity
li-nraey Is next In. Importance. Ac-
uratt roplm ant guaiuntcod when
.1. I) AVERY, Public Typewriter
Tel, Main. 76. Over Hart's, Hotel 8t.
At niitin yesterday, a well developed
foot 11 k was found in the KakauUo ditch
at about noon by Manuel Hums( who
wits on his way from the fewer pump
Mullen tu his home. The nuthorltlei
,wcie summoned and the hotly was re
moved. Ihein wits absolutely no clue.
This makes the third affair of the kind
In a wtek's time.
to a Tennis Lover
The hlghcKt frnde
ot thltt ahoc mnde.
Una cxtrit rubber
hoIch, to rcplnce
the prcHent onctt,
when worn out.
A New Tennis
McINERNY SHOE STORE
Joyful 'Xmas News
SALE OF : :
O.NE QUAUTUIt CHOPPED OFI:
A cliunce tn buy the little tincn
lireHcntt ut n very low flfturc.
Wo have got n larger stock ot toys than we tnu sell this year
and mutt dispose of them at 11 sacrifice; so we placo the entire
stock ou sale al a discount of 25 ptr cent nn purchases of above
$1. Every aitlclu is marked In plain figures and any toy marked
II will be t.ol'1 for "5 cents, and (!0 cent toys for 10 cents, and at
the same rate alt through tho stock.
Our toy stock Is the finest nnd most complete In tho city and
includes MECHANICAL TOYS, DRUMS, WAGONS, CO-CARTS,
ALL COODS DELIVERED FREE TO ANY PART OF TOWN.
Wo have bought too large a stock for this season nnd am oblig
ed to make this sacrifice so as not to tarry ii over to next car.
Sale Begins Monday, December litn.
Sale Closes Saturday, Decembr 21st.
Ktorc open every night until O in o'clock
PACIFIC IMPORT COMPANY, "
ProrcH Block, Fort 8trcet.
CLINTON J. MUTCHIISS,
m ii'8'toW "NMip
kpiliiN (I v Mf
J. H. FISHER
Stock and Bond Brokers.
FIRE ASSOCIATION, of Phlladelphlv
WESTERN A8SURANCE CO, of To
Offices Stangenwale) Blda, Mo
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGB
Honnluh:, Uember tG, loot
NAME OP STOCK
s!K"i -S bu
C. Brwtt ACo-flPin.
LB. Km k Co., Ltl..
fA DlBl.flA A
niwiinnvom nou 1.0
Hawaiian Suzr Co.,,
Honotnu Suer Co .. '
Hon oh a a Sugtt Co...
Haiku Surar Co ...... I
Kahuku plantation Co. '
Klvatmlu Sugar Co.,,.
Koloa Su$ar Co. ....
O'hu Surar Co ,
Uthala Surar Plan. Co
OliaSu. Co., Ltd., ai I
Paauhau Su. Plan. Co,.
Pacific Sugar Mill
PaU Plantation Co
Ptpetkto Sunr Co ....
Plontcr Mill Co
Plonter Mill Co. Asms
Walaiua Acr. Co., .
Walluku Surar Co
Walnanato Surar Co
1-ttfHlanJ SMan N.C
I a oat Ian E'ctrlc Co..,
Hon. Rapid T.fcUndCo
lutuai Tiitphon Co...
OahuRyfc Und Co...
Pooptt't lea 4 R'it Co
Rrtt National Bank...
Hawaiian Gov t rcreant
HlloR, R. Co. 6 rfCtntl
nen. papii iransn 1
t P'antat'n 6 per ctnt,
3ahu Plantation 6 p c
Jlaa Plantatlnn 6 n e.
Valatua Aciku!.6pc i
l ,0)0,000 1
1 50,000 1
tlio rnntnta rliortm nrp ankcd to b
prt-font n only thoo ba hee will bs
mlmlttt'tl In tho elnRliiR society. Mrt.
.1. T. McDonniil it ml MUs I'lorcnoo IU
Varrow nre fn tlinrge.
I'rcKlilvnt Iloo-ctlt villi not liar
tlorkvil lioises attiiiit"! to his carrla.o
The lircshlont lies Lml cxporlpno.
i'IioiirIi to know what constitutes beau
ty In n horro when he seen It. Chicago
WILLAIID n. DKOWN.
W. A. LOVE. '
Halstead & Co.,
ON 8UQAR SECURITIES.
921 Fort Street.
Stock and Bond Exchange.
Stock and Bond Broker
Member of Honolulu Stock Exchangi
Orders (or the purchase or sale of ttocki
ana bonds carefully and promptly uncuUf.
Ground Floor, Judd Bulldlnf.
Postoffice Box 390, lelephom t
MclNBRNV BLOCK, PORT ST.
Judd & Co., Ltd.
307 8tancnvnld Building.
P. O. Box 007. Tel. Main ttS
THE NEW HliRVICH.
Tho local sen loo of the American
Hawaiian HH'amuhlp Compnnr, be
tween San FranclHtti anil the Hawaii'
in Inland, will commnnrn with tho
ilnnntchinK ot tho steamship Hyatlea.
RCOO tona capacity, from Ban Franc!
ro for Honolulu anil Kahiilnl, nlionl
Tunuurv 4th. 1902. Itnlo of frcluht will
bo on thit ImBlH of 3.50 per ton net for
mcrchanillKti, no primai;e or wharfnirn
l bn chnrnt'd. Thla hteamcr wm
1-au San Franclnt-o about tho mime
tlato inbnMilv until fuHlu-r nolle"
uKr. Wllllanm, Dlmond & Co., 202
MBrfcet Htrpet, ar thn company f
agents In San KiancUco.
No cue la Ji'atlfleil In iiflnc bIIHh In
lila ambition for uoclal clcvatloii.
Milk Ih tho moat Micccsaful rtmedy'
for tho blattiiiR of calve
The duller the day the brighter ap
peal a the liliu'urnss,
SteppInK Btnnes to success are always
hnrd and often rotigu.
Folku at tho bottom should remem
ber there aro clouds on tho mountain
top they know nothing about.
No More Dread
" Dental Chair
TKBTH UXTRACTKn AND FILLKD
VUSOLUTKI.Y WITHOUT VAIN bj
uir lattt aelentiilc method applied to tu
ium. No ulecp.prnduclng agents 01
These are tfce only drnta! parlors In
Honolulu having PATKNTEI1 APPLI
ANCKS and Ingredients to extract. Oil
tnd apply gold crowns and porcelain
crnwnH undecterahlo from natural teeth
ind warranted for ten yeara, WITH
OUT THK I-KA8T PAIN. All work
lone by OIIADUATKO DKNTI8T8 ol
from 15 to 20 yearn' experience, and
cwh Mepartment In rharge of a Special
ist. Olve iib a call, And you will And
nn tn do eiactlv ati we atlvertlBe. We
will tell yon In atlvan.o j-xattly whai
your work will cost nv a KIUIK KX
Bet Teeth Sft.00
rHu rMkuiM,i fin. OO
Gold HllllniiK 61.00
silver ruling owe
Our namo alono will be a gnarnntei
that your work will bo ot the best.
New York Dental Parlors.
Itoom 4, Klltfl nulldlng. Hotel Street
LADIK3 IN ATTENDANCB.
HAS NEW GAMES
We havo on exhibition nnd for knlo tlio rry latest noveltlea
from Santa Clans' workrooms. Came that you liavn seen advortla
cd In tho 'leading magazlnea nnd periodicals, flames for young peo
ple; games for old peoploj garner for everybody. Hero aro somo of
tho names of new ouch.
Burrows Balletto Boards
Wo hawi all tho old games, as well, and also many prott toys.
Kor years our toy department has been it most jxiptilur Institu
tion and the stock Is In too groat a arlcty to speak of separately
hurt'. Thcro Is only one way to flnil,out what wo hae. You lire In
vited to call and sett ovt'rythlng.
OUR TOY DEPARTMENT we warrant will not be disappointing.
E. W. JORDAN'S