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EVENING BHLLETIV., HJt.OL.ULC, H. T. WEDNESDAY, DEC. 18, 1901.
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ELEGANT GOODS FOR
Wo hnvc Imported npitlnlly for thn
holiday season the most appropriate
novelties for Christmas and New
Years' gifts put shown In Honolulu.
Iltatitlful Toilet nnd Traveling Canes,
Handsome, I.enllier Goods, Exquisite
Perfumes, Klmny (loodg and a hundred
and one otlior articles that your friends
Will apprerlato as remembrances of
the closing year. Conic nnd poo thorn
whether you buy or not. 'We'll b glad
tu sco you. .: .: .: ,: : .:
- - - i'ORT BTRBET - - -
The HONOLULU INVESTMENT CO., Ltd.
Office Jadd Building, Merchant St.
THK GRKFA'WICH INSURANCE CO.
THK INS. COMPANY 01- NORTH AMERICA.
THE NEW ZEALAND INSURANCE CO.
SuWribetl Capital $5,000,000.00.
THE WESTCHESTER FIRE INS. CO.
THEGERMANIA LIFE INSURANCE C6.
THE CANTON .MARINE INSURANCE OFFICE.
Siilioriletl Capital $.2,500,000.00.
PACIFIC Sl'KETY COMPANY
v Assets $295,000.00.
The HONOLULU INVESTMENT CO., Ltd.
General Insurance, Real Estate and Financial Agents
A. V. OEAR, President. EMriETT MAY, Secretary.
A Gift that will be
Ono of our lieniltlfu) t a tidy boxes
filled v. Ith delicious Chocolutra and
lloii-bons. The boxes alone aro huIQ
clently lieniitlfiil tu charm tbo most
tasteful, but when tilled with our cau
dles will delight IbeiDoct ruvtldlous.
' 'gruenhagen's candies a specialty.
CANDY DEPARTMENT OP
WALL, NICHOLS CO., LTD.
TWO .STORES IN ONE.
By baying your
'XtniiH . Dinner
Figs, Dates, Nits
Layer Raisins, Etc.
H. MAY & GO.
Telephone S3, 4, O'-J
P. O. Box 380.
Washington. Dec. 10. The President
and Cabinet toduy discussed the Phil
ippine situation at length nnd reached
the unanimous conclusion that the
open door In the Philippines should ba
maintained as a matter of good faith
with other nations. Notwithstanding
the move being made by a number ot
LOCAL AND GENERAL
The Bulletin's special Industrial edi
tion can be obtained at this office or
the news-stands. Price 25 cents.
llnonis arc for rent on Alnkcn street,
gee To let column on page 8.
The Nippon Marti will sail for the
Orient this afternoon at f o'clock.
Salesman wanted. Sec. nd of the
Congressmen to securo discriminate Con-Dex. Mfg. Co. In the Want column,
advantages for American goods In thj u Is understood that George C.
Philippines, the Cabinet holds that the1 Stratemeycr has accepted a position In
United States cannot enact legislation I Mi,
of that kind without a gross breach 01
faith and consequent loss of prestige.
In view of Secretary Hay's broadly
disseminated declaration that the Phil
ippines should be ruled on tho open
door policy, giving nil nations the
Fame entry Into tho Island markets
that tho United States enjoyed, the
Cabinet holds that any legislation giv
ing the United States an advantag
would be In the highest degrco preju
dicial to American Interests elsewhere.
This would be especially damaging to
our Chinese commerce by renson of the
fart that the Philippines open door
was one of the leers used by Secretary
Hay In securing the assurances of tho
open door in China.
It is said on high authority that tho
interests of the United States as n
whole required that all nations should
hn treated alike In framing the new
tariff for the Philippines. Under tho
Taft Commission tariff, the United
States Is treated on the same basis as
other countries, nnd the Cabinet is
anxious to see Congress follow tho
snmo policy. Secretary Hay Is of the
opinion, it Is said, that the little ad
vantage that might bo secured for Am
erican goods In the Philippines by a
discriminating tariff, would be more
than offset by the loss of prestige wo
would sustain by falling to keep our
word, not counting the probable retal
latory mcasun in other places In the
Orient. In a word, the President nnd
Cabinet nre unanimous in tho ronclu
rlon that the open door must b main
tained In tlm Philippines. .
10$ ANGELES IN
Los Angeles, Dee, !'. The greatest
sensation In local bunking circles since
the attempt tu rob the First National
Ilank by means of nn underground
tunnel, iiboiit four sears ago, was dis
closed today In the announcement of
Representatives nre wanted by a
New York firm. See Want column on
Gentleman or lady solicitor can se
cure good position by consulting speci
The steamer Mlkahnla arrived hern
this morning from Kauai after n very
Eastmun kodaks at twenty per cent
below list price at Honolulu Photo
The regular weekly Hoard of Health
meeting has been postponed until Fri
The weeKly edition ot the Evening
Uulletln gives a complete summary of
tho news of tho day.
There will be a regular meeting of
Court I.unalllo, A, 0. F at Its hall
The coasting license of the schooner
Mary K. Poster v,is renewed nt the
Customs House todav.
Notice of dissolution of partnership
between Henry C. Vldn and C. II. Grey
published in this Issue.
C. I-nl Young, guardian of I.iahla,
minor, In his final account exhibits re
ceipts of I3.'i7.7r and payments of 1337.
12. Ilourbon Whiskey, G years old. $3.60;
Qlaret, 50 cents; Sherry and Tokay, 7.1
cints a gallon at Huffschlacger Co.'g,
lc Toma & & Co., 33 King street,
can make you 11 cigar, any shape, for
ChrlMmas or New Year's, from 0110 to
any quantity, quality or price.
The American brig Galileo has been
m anted pel mission to go direct to
Punko, Maul, from San Francisco to
discharge freight for that place,
Wnter Ih helnir laid on tl1nr.Lllrn.-l4l
l... -1M.I.. ...til I.a irrnnll.- ni.nM.lnt.'
,iii,a. , ttin ,,, ,- ,v.,, i'i'i'mi-
cd by thine working there nnd tho
ships nlilih dlsihiirgc nt the wharf.
Tim funtini. ttfMl 11111 l.nnil nf f'nltnotni-
of Customs i:, It. Stacknbla has been
reduced to halt that amount and the
new bond furnished nmptcd by the
While the ltlthct was being hauled
to a Tennis Lover
The hlghcHt grade
of this Hhoc made.
tins cxtrn rubber
hoIch, to replace
the prcttent ones,
when worn out.
A New Tennis
McINERNY SHOE STORE
bank's funds. Fleishman, who was
popularly known as "Harry," had been
such n genial, wholesouled fellow, ot
such excellent prospects and good
stnndlng In the local business world
that locally tho new was received with
a gusp of amazement.
Music is one of tho most heavenly of
nrta, and thn tones of our Wcstermayer
Pianos do take ono quite away and
nbiiMi tint- wretched old world and let
hlnf hue u glimpse of tho star world
You will like tho Westermnyor Pia
nos, and you'll not find it bard to buy.
Hoifschlaeger Co., Ltd.
King and Bethel 6tn.
the sudden departure of Henry J,
Fleishman, cashier of the Farmers audi
Merchants' Ilank, for parts unknown, froni the stream this morning a Hue
with from $100,000 to $IG0,00O of tho that was holding her beramo fouled in
lt 1 I. fllll.lu PfnlAlitrtii altm , ! . a. ... - - a. a
I lie propeller 01 ind lug r ranees anu
It was cut by the mate of the salllnu
Under a recent ruling by the Depart
ment of Navigation vessels touching at
American ports from the Philippines
do not hne to pay the tonnage tax It
coming direct. In vase they stop at a
foreign port en route the tax must bt,
Wm. C. I.yon has opened up a new
enturc by the establishment of a book
agency handling the best standard
books, of which he makes an announce-1
liient on first page. Mr, I.yon Is here
to stay and his stock Is of an Excellence
to Insuro success.
The Wnknbayashl case on which Col
lector Stacknhle called for a ruling
from the United States District Attor
ney brings out tho fact that tho Pa-
clue surety Company wnlch was on
Wakuhnynshl'H bond Is doing a largo
buslnesK In furnishing custom house
bonds. The Pacific Suiety Company Is
now ran) Inp bond to the nmount of
United State Marshal 1:. It. Hendry
has resigned ns sccrctniy of tho Terri
torial and Central committees of the
Republican party and bag buggestcd J
D. Avery as his nuccesnor. Mr, Hen
dry's work us Marshal being so great,
ho was forced to take this step. Tho
resignation was handed lu on Decem
ber 9 but has not been acted on yet
since no meetings have been held.
Yesterday morning two Rapid Tran
sit cars collided at the Hotel street
switch near the brldgo crossing over
Nuuanu stream. It appears that the
outgoing car going down grade, missed
connections with tho switch nnd, meet
ing tho car coming tho other way, was
unable to get on tho other track In
time. The damage wag slight. The
cur fenders were pretty badly shattered.
The Pirn Claims Commission has
Mill some odds mid ends of business to
dispatch before hibernating for sixty
dns us decided. At yesterday's scdon
the Japanese consul plumped in n batch
of nearly thirteen hundred ruses of
claimants of that nationality who have
left tho country. Theso so-called ab
f eiite claims will not be considered
until after vacation and the return of
Chairman F. W, Macfuilunc.
Joyful 'Xmas News
SALE OF : :
ONE QUARTER CIIOIMMil) OPI
A chance to buy the little ones
prcHentH nt a very low figure.
San Francisco, Dec. 9. General
Manager II. P. Sehwerln of tho Pa
rifle Mall Company Is expected to re
turn early next week from tho Kant,
bringing Information concerning tin
Korea, tho new steamship of thn Mall
Company a line, which Is to ply be
tween this port and Hongkong. It Ih
reported that tho big Rtenmcr cannot
reacli here before next April. Instead
ot coming around from Newport News
by way of tho Straits of Mugellau. an
expected by tho general public, tho
Korea Is tu tuko on as many pnssen
gers nH may be available and nmKn the
tilp to this port by way or tho Jledl
tvirancan uud China and Japan. Cap
tain Seabury. who will command the
Korea, will nut leuvo here until after
the arrival of General Manager
Furniture not only nul
a h-indsome rreent but .1
ueful and acceptable one
m wcll We have nuny
beautiful artlclM in this
line too numerous to men
tion here, which we got 1 1
especblly for the IwllJ iy
trade. CAIX AND Sl:h
.Till! STOCK, V ! : : :
HOPP & CO.,
Leading Furniture Dejlers
Cor. King and Bethel Sis.
Your frlenJs will apprec
iate a GOOD PHOTO
GRAPH OP YOU for
a present, and I will
make the picture a rooJ
one. CALL AND BEE
J. J. WILLIAMS,
lake elevator in Husion Hlnck.
Governor Dole said: "It Is best to
ho particular about tho authenticity
Accuracy Ih nc-xt In Importance, Ac
curate copies are guaranteed when
J. D AVGRY, Public Typewriter.
Tel. Main. 76. Over Hart'., Hotel 8t.
Washington, Dec. L.-When the
Senate went Into executive hcsslnn to
day tbo new Hay-Paiinccfoto Isthmian
Canal treaty was Immediately taken
up, Seuator Culberson spoko briefly
In criticism of It and was followed by
Senator Ilacon, who mado a somewhat
extended argument against it. Sena
tor Ilacon criticized the treaty as tin
American aud bald that it contained
many of tho objectionable features ot
tho original agreement wnllo it was
entirely unsafeguarded. as tho old
treaty had been, by the Senate amend
ments. He said, however, that hn would not
obstruct tbo ratification ot tho new
New York, Dee, 11, From Shanghai
the correspondent of tho London
Times nnd New lork Times benris a
I dispatch to tho eft ret that thu French
JU!7llllUVm uua i-uiii,-iii'u uiu iiubd
ipf tho Legion of Honor on Wung Chi
'Chun, Governor of Nuan Whel, and
that tho throne has sanctioned tho ac-
ceptnnru of tbo cross by Fang. Wing
was tho umnesu envoy to Russia in
1S94. Ho was recently denounced by
tho censors and removed from otlice
for some cause which was not mado
public. It Is said, however, that bu
offense consisted of repeating In prl
vato letters, supposed to uo conuuen
tlal. communications of a member nf
the Grand Council, to the effect that
the recent reform edicts wt-ru not In
tended to bo carried out, but were Is
sued only to mislead tho foreign powers.
The native press docs not believe
in thu good faith 01 toe edict prescrib
ing thu system of examinations of
KradunteH of Western scientific ro.
leges. There Is no evidence of any in
tention to establish such colleges.
Notwithstanding the publication re
cently of several edicts to that effect,
it Is not believed that tbo court intends
soon to return to Porting.
The Bulletin's special Industrial edi
I Hon can be obtained at this office or
line news-lianas, mce 23 ccni.
We have got a larger stock of tos than wo can sell this jear
and miiBt dispose of them at n sacrifice; so wo place the cntlro
stock on sale at a discount of :5 per cent on purchases of above
II. Kvcry articlo is marked In plain figures and any toy marked
$1 will bo sold for 75 cents, nnd f0 cent toys for 10 cents, nnd at
the same ratu all through the stock.
Our toy stock is tho finest and most complete in tho city and
Includes MECHANICAL TOY8, DRUMS, WAGONS, GO-CARTS,
ALL GOODS DELIVERED FREE TO ANY PART OF TOWN.
We have bought too large a stock for this 'season and arc oblig
ed to make this sacrifice so ab not to carry It over to next year.
Safe Begins Monday, December loth.
Sale Closes Saturday, Decembr 21st.
Store open every night until 0.15 o'clock
PACIFIC IMPORT COMPANY, "
Prorc8H Block, Fort Street.
CLINTON J. MUTCH INS,
J. H. FISHER
Stock and Bond Jrokers.
FIRE ASSOCIATION, of Philadelphia
WESTERN ASSURANCE CO, of Tin
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGB
Honolulu, December lb, loot
NAME OF STOCK pifd'"J ? BU AM
C. Brmr tkCnmrtny. i,ano,on to, im
N.S fiChiDCi.Co.l-l. 6o,coo loc IM
L.B.K.rr fc Co., LU.. ko,o y ,'
tw Plantation Co ,..1.000.000 X. )'! tit
HBWaltanAi-rkulnjfalCt1 1.000,000 too it,
f awallin Com ftSuCo 1 i.tli.ffo! loo
Hawaiian Sural Co.. a.ooo.ooo1 ' It
Honomtl Sural Co . TSo,ooo too HH
HonokaaSuf;ar,Co.... ononoj oc
Haiku Sural Co . ,00,000 loo .. .. m
Kihuku Plantation Co, )oo,ono k t4i
Klh.1 Plant CO..LI4 t.ow.oxA y
KtahuloSuralCo.... 100,000,101 i,
Koloa Sural Co xn toe to,
'Hiy4aSilCo..U. tj.oo,ooe H ...
Obu Suiii Co , , ifcon.ooo too i?l, nt
Clom.a SuralCo 1,000,000 00 JH .
0kata Sural Plan. Co 400.000 ao os
OliaSu. Co., LU., a, I Mj.oool ao iM )
OlaaSuCo.Lli.pl up J 1 soo.ooo
Olowllu Company.. ... IJo.ooo toe ,, ,
Paauhau Su. Plan. Co. ,,000.000 ,c
Pacise Sural Mm ,00000 too ,.
Pali Plantation Co ... ' so.oo too
Ptptkto Surir Co ... fio.0001 100 .... i
Plonl MIIICo f.ijo.oon too ...... 00
Plonttl Mill Co. AtMt ,00000 loo ,,
Walatua Act. Co , .,oo.ono loo 56 no
Walluku Sural Co.,., Too." too
Walninato Suril Co 1 t,i.ooo too to,
Walm.aMllICo !)." 100
Wl dT Sttanthlp Co. . am.000 too t
l"tti-ltlandSMan N.Ce ,00,000 too. ., r,
,1aallan L'kmk Co., ,01,000 too n,
Hon, Rapll T. landC, ,)o.ooo too, ,,
Mutual Tttcplion Co ,, 119,0,0 10
OatuRyll LanJCo.. ,,000.000 loo ,
Paoplaa lea ft K'l't Ct 11,000 100
Flirt National Bank
Flr.tA.S BinkftT.O to
Hawaiian (iov , rrl can 1
Hllo H, R, Co. s rm li
Hon. fcapll n.ntlt.. 10,
Ewa piantal'n 6 pal c nt
Oahu 1 A: L Co ri c i?. .,
oatnl Plantation Ar e ...,.., ,,f lot
Olaa plantation 0 r. c '
Waljlua AtllCkl ope ,.
Managua, Dee. 9. Dr. Ferdinand
Sniuher, Nlcnragtian Minister of For
eign Affairs, nnd William U Merry,
United States Minister to Nicaragua,
signed n trenty todny by which Nltn
ragua agrees to lease a largo section.
of Nlearuguan territory, six miles wide.
which intitules the route or tbo Nltn
rngtian canal, to thu United States,
w , w
Printing and developing at Honolulu
Photo Supply So.
WILLARD E. DROWN.
W. A. LOVE.
Halstead & Co.,
ON SUGAR SECURITIES.
921 Fort Street.
Stock and Bond Exchange.
Stock andBond Broker
Member of Honolulu Stock Eichingt
Orders lor the purchase or sale of stock!
ana bonds carefully and promptly rxcutl,
Ground Floor, Judd Building.
Fostofflce Box )oo. Telephone '4
McINERNY BLOCK. PORT ST.
Judd & Co., Ltd.
S07 Stangcnwald Building.
P. O. Box 607. Tel. Mala S
Tatouia, Wash., Dec, 8. Tho latest
Intrigue at Seoul bus resulted In the
overthrow of tho Cabinet headed by
Major General Pok. He was ousted
ft om office whlto absent In Japan for
thu supposed purpose of attending th
r'-ctnt Japanese army maneuvers. A
soon us he departed from Seoul reports
were current that he would arrange
while away for the complete overthrow
of tho llusslnn-Frencli party In Corea.
Alarmed nt this prospect, I.I Younglk.
lender of the Russian party, contrived
to effect Pok's Immediate downfall.
Pok is to bu succeeded, nctordlng to
report, by I.I, now Corel's representa
tive at St, Petersburg. Minister of
Agriculture Kwnn wus nmpng other
Cabinet officers dismissed.
Seoul dispatches recc-Ued nt Tnklo
The order to libelee to show cause stated that an effort will be mado to
completely neutralize, Japan's Influence
In Coiea. Pok had recently consented
why hn should not be committed for
contempt. In tho divorce case of Vlr
glnln tie Sa vo. Francisco de 8a, was
discharged by Judge Humphreys. Tin
man showed that ho had not adequate
employment to pay the alimony of 3
a week, also that his wife hud deserted
him without cause,
to gtanting Japan n large, concession
near Mazampo, and ho favored remov
ing thu veto on Corean grain exporta
tion, ns requested by Japan.
He will shortly return to Seoul and
I take up the fight,
No More Dread
of the Dental Chair
TEETH EXTRACTED AND FILLED
ABSOLUTELY WITHOUT PAIN b
our late scientific method applied to the
sums. No sleep-producing agents oi
These are the only dental parlors Is
Honolulu having PATENTED APPLI
ANCES and Ingredients to extract, fill
and apply gold crowns fchd porcelslo
crowns undectecnble from'nstural teetl
ind warranted for ten years, WITH
OUT THE LEA8T PAIN. All wort
lone by GRADUATED DENTISTS ol
from 12 to 20 years' experience, and
ach department In charge ot a Special
at Give us a call, and you will Snd
is to do exactly as we advertise. We
will tell you In advance exactly what
our work will cost oy a FREE EX
AMINATION. Set Teeth S5 00
Gold Crowns B.OJ
Gold Flllln.ii. 91.00
Silver FlMinfta 60c
NO DANGER A1 NEW
YORK DENTAL PAR
LORS, FOR EVERY IN
STRUMENT IS THOR
AND EVERY NAPKIN
Our name alono will be a guarantee
that your work will be of the best.
New York Dental Parlors,
Room 4, Elite Building. HotH Street
LADIES IN ATTENDANCE.
HAS NEW GAMES
We have on exhibition and for sale tho very latest novelties
from Santa Claus' workrooms Games that you have Been advertls
ed In tho leading magazines and periodicals. Oames for, young peo
ple; games for old people; games for everybody. Hern are some of
tho names of new ones. ,
Burrows Balletto Boards
We havo all the old games, as well, and also many pretty toys.
For years our toy departnunt has been a most popular Institu
tion and the stock Is In too great a variety to speak of itoparatoly
hero. There Is only one way to find out what wo hne. You aro In
vited to call nnd seo everything.
OUR TOY DEPARTMENT we warrant will not be disappointing.
E. W. JORDAN'S
, Jb H. JVi
- OfcU-taCj. till. .JX.
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