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EVENING DULLETIS, BJi.OLULTJ. II. T. THURSDAY, DEC. 19, 1901.
ELEGANT GOODS FOR
Wc haw Impoited specially for the
holltlny sennon the most appropriate
r.ocltlp? for Christmas, anil Nov
ears' gifts ccr shown In Honolulu.
Bfautlfnl Toilet nml Trawling Cases.
Handsome Leather Goods, Exquisite
I'crfumcs, Ebony floods and a hundred
and one other articles that jour friends
will appreciate ns rememhranccs of
the closing car. Conio and see them
whither )ou buy or not. We'll be glad
to tee jou. : : : .: .: .:
B. F, EHLERS & GO.
... FORT STREET - - -
The HONOLULU INVESTMENT CO., Ltd.
Office Jndd Building, Merchant St.
THE GREENWICH INSURANCE CO.
-rut? tve rmitnvv ri? vriUTtt vmkci a
ueneral Acts 9.533.791.94.
11 THE NEW ZEALAND INSURANCE CO.
AgcDlS Subscribed Capital $5,000,000.00.
por THE WESTCHESTER FIRE INS. CO.
THE GERMANTA LIFE INSURANCE CO.
Assets $27-378,533 3".
THE CANTON MARINE INSURANCE OITICE.
Subcnbcd Capital $2,500,000.00.
PACIFIC SURETY COMPANY.
The HONOLULU INVESTMENT CO., Ltd.
General Insurance, Real Estate and Financial Agents
A. V. QGAR, President. EMnETT MAY, Secretary.
A Gift that will be
Ono nf our brnntlfiit candy boxes
fillid with delicious Chocolates and
Bon boiis. The boxes alone arc sufll
clently biautlful to 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 lilt) tn 01if
Figs, Dates, Nuts
Layer Raisins, Etc.
H. MAY & CO.
Telephone. 22, 21, tt
P. O. Box 380.
RUSSIA 18 MASS1NC
Tacoma. Wash Dec T Cnptnlu
Frnnils A Jacques of the fourteenth
yikh neglinent of India, now stationed
In China, an hod wstoulny en route
In London from Peking, where he lua
been stationed since the siege of the
ligations last iar. He snjs that while
there Is nothing nlarmlug In the prts
nt Oriental situation, Russia has
quietly nml gradually massed an Im
mense nrmy, (.(insert alUely estimated
ii 200,000 men In Manchuria and other
Chinese prot luces. Russian officials
and tioups have guarded their mote
trents with wicli tare that It Is linpos
i.lble to tell with any exactness Just
how many troops arc mobilized hi par
ticular sections. He sayslhat the Rus
xlan authorities In the Orient hate act
ed on the smallest possible pretenses
In locating companies, battalions nnd
Captain Jacques does not agree with
Senator Ilecrldgc that Russian sol
diers are of a passive and kindly dis
position. Ills obsignation goes to
Hhow thnt more acts of cruelty were
Indulged in by Russians than by' any
other soldiers In Peking. Ho bcllews
they committed many murders of dc
ftnsclesi Chlr.ee and made thcmscltes
unnecessarily dlsryticeable In numer
Washington, Dqc. 7. Joseph V.
Hnllcy Jr., tin- ll-yuar-old son of l.iu
junior Senator f 10111 Texas, former
leader of the House, somu time ago
dc eloped a strong partisan opposition
to his schoolmate. Archibald Itooso-
velt. son of the President. From par
tlsanshlp. based on dlwrgent political
views, personal antngonlsm sprang up,
Iloth lo attend ne Force School,
u public Institution
Young Joe tamo home fiom school
a few ilajs ago and iieuounied Aichl
liald ns "a bad boy.
"Do oti know what that Archibald
llooscwll docs?" lie Bald. "He tlghtR.
He wnnts to light etoi boy in sdiool
I thought I Ihmi il him sweat, too. I
inn against him going tluougli the
door toilu I did not mi an to do It
Hut do ou know what he did? He
doubled up his fist mid knocked 1110
down. 1 never did see Bitch a lighter."
NEGRO DESERTER KILLED
Manltn. Dec. S. Natlto si outs fiom
llaugnhon, pi mince of Nucta KUJn,
Into killed the .iincrlrnn negro. Di
tld Fagln. n deserter fiom the Twen
ty.foiuth Infantry tiolorcd). who for
iroie than two wars hah been lending
Filipinos against tno Aniericau tioops.
The natlto stouts decapitated their
pilsoner. Tlie man's head, however,
was leiogiilzcd as that of Fagln. They
also seen rod his commission In tho
Insurgent army. Fagln had on one of
his lingers the class ring of Lteiiton
r.nt Frederick V. Allstaettcr of tho
engineers, who was cnptuied by Fili
pinos, supposedly under the conimnnd
nf Fagln himself. October 28. 19011.
Fngin has been reported killed (ill
A nillltaiy (ummlsslon has sentenc
ed tho Filipino (leneial. Isldnr Tories,
to lie hanged alter finding nun guilty
of ordering the asaanslnation of Cor
point Fiddlier of the Twelfth Infantry
nt Malolns, prntliKo nf nuliican, last
0( tuber -1 be si ntcntn of tho commu
nion has been dlsappiovi-d by Oeneral
Cliiiffec who llnds that tho rommls
4I1111 had leiisoiinble giounils to doubt
whether (ii.uer.il Tin res- pel ionnlly or
dered tho nwassllintlon of the Ameil
can witdivr. Cenernl Chaffee thliik.t
that the high laill; occupied lit Tiiiren
In the liiMiirgent army would li.ive
bei u BUllleleiit tn pievent such Ii 11 in II I
tar action on Ills part.
Music Is one of the most htnterily (if
aits, nnd the tones of nur West, rnn.yi r
Pianos do take one quite an:i uud
nbovu this wietehed old world ami 1' t
him have-a glimpse of the star wnrld
You will like tho Veslirnia.r Pia
nos, and jou II not tlnil It haul to buy
Hoffschlaeger Co , Ltd.
King and Bethel 8tH.
ATTEMPT AT SUICIDI'..
Willie Nott appeared In the Pollco
Court jestenlaj on the chargo of com
mon niilsaiue but his case, was nolle
pros'd. It appeals that tho joung man
bought a bottle of corrosive, sublimate
with the Intcutlou of committing mil
cide. A couple of ills friends reported
the mutter to the police uuthoiltles uud
Nott was phued In the police station
wheie a vv.itch over him could be kept.
Later on in the day he was released
und bis people mo now keeping a
watch over htm. Mr. Nott has been
drinking vtry heavily of late and tub
Is supposed to be tho cause of the fit
of dcspondciuy which led him to pur
iliase the poison with thu intention of
Jolng away with himself. At the ding
v-tore from vvhlih he purchased the
fetuff. It Is said that he made icpiesen-
tatlons that the poison wns meant for
the cure of pimples.
furniture not only m.iKc
a handsome precnt but .i
useful and accept ihle one
is well. We hive nnny
beautiful irtljr'' In tills
line too numerous to men
tlon he'e, which vr c'lt 1 1
eprcl illy fur the Iwlid if
trade. CU. AM) -bl
TlibSlOCk. : : : : :
BOPP & CO.,
Leading Furniture Dealers
Cor. King and Bethel Sts,
Your frienJ w III apprec
iate a OOOD PHOTO
GRAPH or- you fi '
A present, nnJ I vi I
make the picture a rimJ
me. CALL AND KLU
Dctvry Mnl.ew Denlnl,
Now Yoik, Dec 7. The World this
(iiatunla) moinlng puiillshes n ills
putch fioiii VYiishiiigiou sajlug thui
Admiral Dewey has denied the state
meuts published jcstenluy thut the
Sdiley Couit of Inquiry bad reached u
decision In the iase, ami thai Admiral
3chley hud been found guilt) on live
Pound-Master's Notice of Estrays
J. J. WILLIAMS,
Take elevator in Hnvon Hlovk.
Governor Dole said: "It lb b'-st to
be particular about the authenticity
Accuracy Is next In Importance Ac
curate topics aro guaranteed when
J. D AVERY, Public Typewriter
Tel. Main. 76. Over Hart's, Hotel St.
The Bulletin's special Industrial edl
tlon can be obtained at this other or
,k nv.tnri Prlr 7h rnts
Notice la hereby given that the anl
mils described below have been Im
pounded In t..e Government Pound at
llaklkl, Knna, Island of Oalui, aud
unless tho pound fees and damages
iro sooner satisfied will be sold -tl
ho date hereafter named according In
Dec. 13, Itlul 1 llmkskln mare, brand
eil C x .1 on thu light hind leg, white
stioko nil forehead.
Dec. 13, ItWl 1 Hot l in horse, undo
sirlbalili) brand, whlto stroke on
Dee. 14, I'jul 1 liny male, iindiw rib'
able biuiid, wliltu stiuku on foie
head, forefoot black,
Dec. II, lbui I Hoan horse, nude
su limbic biand, white stloi.e on
foiehead, both hlud feet white,
The above ntrnjed animals will ho
Kild on Sutuidav. December 28, 1901
If not cnlled for boforo tho date men
"(inL.tt Pound Master.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
The Bulletin's special Industrial edi
tion can be obtained at this office or
.he newsstands. Price 25 cents.
Offices to let In Collins block. See
Printing and developing at Honolulu
Photo Supply So.
Pine California wines nt (Jonsnhis
.L'o at bed rock prices
A store full of suitable Christmas
Rifts at Wall. Nichols Co.
Tho legistered mall for tho Main
lend closes at G o'clock tonight.
The Innlanl sails this afternoon for
Maul nnd Hawaii ports at u o'clock.
The Christmas tree entertainment at
Knwalahao will take place tomorrow
The gasoline schooner Malolo tow
ed the schooner Twilight to sea this
Hastman kodaks at twenty per cent
below list price at Honolulu Photo
The Fire Claims Commission this
morning adjourned for n recess not to
exceed sixty ilu s.
Willie llnpal. after n long vacation,
has resumed his work at the olllco of
tin Inter-Island Company.
Ilourbon Whiskey, 6 jeats old. $3 SO;
Claret, 50 cents; Sherry nnd Tokay, "'
cents a gallon at Hoffschlaeger Co.'s,
Olllcer KeKnlakal. who has for f.
trng time been actlug ns a special
olllcer on the police foice. Is now till,
turnkey at tnc Oaliu Jail.
There will bo another meeting of tho
Homo Rule executive committee nt tho
usual time an J place this evening for
the consideration of many important
Tho members of tho Punahoii foot
ball team will bo given a big banquet
at the Moana Hotel tomorrow even
log by way of celebrating the victories
of the season.
The executive committee of the Mo
Kinlcy Memorial Association will meet
at 2 p. m tomorrow In the ofllcc of
C. M. Cooke, president of the Hank
The golfers of the city will meet In
the hall of the Scottish 'thistle Club
on Ilcthel street nt ".Id odoek this
evening. Kvary member Is lequested
to be present.
At thu meetings o? the stockholders
ol llonokna aud Pacific Sugar, held
tbl. morning. It wns decided to extend
the sugar contracts wltn the Cistern
reflneis for two ears.
Mr. U.illeiitiH manager or the Rap
ii Transit Company, was personally
lu (barge of thu cars that look thu
Kanichainclia students to Judd street
fium tho schools this morning
Ou Sunday morning, Illshop Willis
will hold n confliniailou service In St
Andrew's Cathedial at !:30 o'clock,
'lime will be n dozen candidates pru-
(Uted by llov. Alex .Muckllllusli.
Pacific Heights will have thu privi
lege of n band (nnccrt.for the first
time on Saturday afternoon, when the
government band will play fiom 3 tu
The Oaliu committee for the McKln
ley memorial will meet nt I o'clock to
morrow afternoon In the olllcc of II
Wiiterhouse . Co. A full attendance
Andrew Sajevvlch, charged with
larceny In thu second degree, was this
loicuoon committed tu tho Ciuult
Court for trial, '1 his man Is suspect
ed of having stolen leather fiom the
The tafce of Henry Shnvv, charged
ultb carrying a deadly weapon, vvaJ
nolle pnisd. in the Police Couit this
fpicnoou, It having been lenined thai
tbu levolvcr which the delendunt Had
111 his possession, wns not loaded.
Mr. Kenned) has resigned nH buul
ncss manager nt the itubeit (Irlevo
Publishing Company and his pliiu bus
been taken by Mr Robinson, who
leaves tho repoitmlal hlalf ol the He
I ubllcin tn nrceit the new position.
A tcnipninr) singe bus been elected
hi Central Union t lunch lectuiu loom
foi the Christmas resin al of tnu
Sunday school on Monday evening It
nverlapH the permanent platform In
dimension), mid is about n loot hlghci.
lu tho Pollco Court this forenoon.
Chris Fisher and M.xKrniilch, cliarg
id with lai(c:iy in Hie second degree,
wtiu (ominlttud to thu Circuit Court
lor trial. The two men are suspedid
uf ha vlni; stolen thliteeu chickens
fio'ii a place nt Diamond Head.
Mrs. Afong. who returned recently
from the Coast, brought with her a
fine Christmas tree which she had tak
en to bei plate In Wnlklkl. This will
be the center of a Christmas enter
tainment for her grandchildren tomor
W. W. .Dliuoud says about the new
nrc light now being Installed by the
Hawaiian Kleitric Co.; "I cannot say
too much In pialse of these lights, they
give a soft, puictintlng and event) dis
tributed light and nru the lust light
1 have ever si en "
There will be need for a great mnnv
hacks nt tl.i channel whurl this nftei
lu hiii to iUMimntodatit the passengers
limn the America Mam. The load is
p a frlgh il condition from the lain
jisterday and walking without much
dtiinnge to shoes und clothing Is al
Work wnH begun this morning In
stalling the boiler and engines of tho
hieani scow pioneer at thu end of thu
QtiLiaiitluo wuuif. Mc-Cabe, Hamilton
& Iteiiny are putting tno mac tuner;
aboard and a laige gang of men wns
Ol wink this morning rigging shears
lor the lifting of the heuv) weight.
The boiler weighs ten tons and tho en
gine about as much.
This Is Christmas time and, as
usual, chicken thieves are agulu
abroad In the land. Chicken coops
bhoiild he locked and a number of good
natch dogs placed on the outside. In
addition to this, tho owueis of fowlt
should stay up all night and sleep dur
ing the day. The thieves uro very per
Drew a Cnrlcnture nt Kitchener
London, Dee 7, A letter Just recelv
ed fiom an olllcer In South Africa sa)s
that a siihaltern drew a caricature of
Loid Kitehenul as Rip Van Winkle
leading n lenti-narlan soldier up to a
kopje, A staff otlliei showed It to
Kitchener nml thu chief gave one ol
111 glim smiles and said. "It's an uglv
prophecy, but If necessury wo will
hung cm heie until we uie Hint age.
Our duty Is In win, and we will "
When a thistle gets a move nn Itself
nothing but mischief Is to be expected
to a Tennis Lover
The highest grade
of thin hIioc innclc.
Hns etrii rubber
hoIch, to replace
the present ones,
when worn out.
A New Tennis
McINERNY SHOE STORE
Joyful 'Xmas News
SALE OF : :
u,ii. M ONE QUARTER CIIOIMMil) OI'P
Tm&XW THE PRICES.
YJ SJ A chance to buy the little ones
jtCtf presents lit a Very low figure.
We have got a larger stock of tn)s than we can sell this )car
uud must dispose of them at a sacrlllce; so wo place the entire
stock on bale at a discount of 5 per cent on pure buses nf nhnvn
fl. Every article is marked In plain flgurcH nml any toy marked
1 will be sold for 7J cents, and B0 centtci)B for 40 cents, and at
the same rate all through the stock.
Our toy stock la the finest and most complete In tho city and
Includes MECHANICAL TOYS, DRUMS, WAGONS, GO-CARTS,
ALL GOODS DELIVERED FREE TO ANY PART OF TOWN.
We have bought too largo a stock for this season and are oblig
ed to maku this sacrlllce so an not to carry it over to next ear.
Sale Begins Monday, December I6th.
Sale Closes Saturday, Decembr 21st.
Store open every night until 0. IB o'clock
PACIFIC IMPORT COMPANY, "
Progress Mock, Fort Street.
CLINTON J. HUTCHINS,
iaw -m u w- -. . -.
"f win " i ","tTC
.(li"mt II .v.. &
J. H. FISHER
Stock and Bond.Brokers.
FIRE ASSOCIATION, of PhlltdetphH.
WESTERN ASSURANCE CO, tf To
Offices Stangenwald Bldfl, K
HONOLULU STOCK KXCHANOB
Honiluli., I emlxr 19. Hat
NAME OF STOCK
C nr..r A CotPDin. I nn v
NS iCfuDO Cot'l 6., 000
L.B. Kr ft Co,. Lu i
wm PlintAtlon Co ... toqocno
HiwtllinCom SuCo , i.i.?)u
Hawaiian bucar Co
Honomu ugar Co .
Hoiiokaa Sugar Co .
Haiku Surar Co .. ,
Katiuku planlatlon C
KltMl Plant Co .Ki, .
Kli.ahulu Surar Co..
Koloa Surar Co 1 )x.kw
MBlvJaSuCo..Ld. ' I oo.ooci
O'bu Sural Co, . . lk.ooo
(nonra ucarCo. 1 1.
Ookala Surar Plan. Co
Olia !u Co , LIJ , ai
lilowiiu v.omriiiy ,
Paauhau Su. Plan Co
Pacific Sutar Mill
Pala Plantation Co ..
Ptprrkeo Sucar Co
Plonrrr Mill Co Aimi
W.lalua Ap. Co ,
WallukTi Surar Co ...
Walmanato Sural Co
Waists Mill Co
Wl itr StiamiMo Co .
intar-lalandStMni N Co
.laaatlan Eitrlc Co ,
... tu . f
vanw ij .. Mn, w.
rtopit I ICO K If CO
First National Bank...
Fli.tA. S Bank ft T. Co
Hawaiian Gov 3 ft cam
Hllo R. R.Co.orrictnt
Hon. wanli ri.nilt
Ew piantat nIM ctnt
vianu K 1. en rr. c
tianu i-unijtion b r c
(llaa Plantation 6 o. c
Walalua Acrlcul op t
I OC4 , VOj It
719,000. leO t
009,000 S K
900 OX)! IOC ,.,. fO
9M,orn we iiV
1,9(0,000 JCj M tl
tio.aoo lot! 1st
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loo .. 0
1 505. two 90 f
' joo.ooa o 11 .. ,,
l)OtOOO Ifj . 14
$000,000 yi ,,.
50OOOO lOO IK
TJ0.0D0 loo....... 171
f 150,000' tool v
J toot, 4
1,500 000 too $ 60
I i)t,ooo lool 151 ..M
115,000 100? . ... .,...,
500000! too to
500000' loo 6t
90OO 100 ... tOf
f 59.000 100, .. 91
t, 000,000 too' .... n
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A PM28IICNT6 YACHT.
Ni'v York Doc 1 Tho conTprteC
rrnlr MnM(Mr botiKlit from the
OK'tcn i8tnti ilurltiK the war wlth.
Hpnln wrnt to the ilr ilucK nt llnw
1;i Nny Vanl today to iiuiUtro n
li:i!rn An cfTort U to he mndo tn lme
ConprtHH nuthorlc tho flttlim out of
tho ( ruUor fr tho iuo of PrvithleuL
ItooHoolt Tho uilclnal cost of thi
ndit wax inoro than a million ilollrxrv
The (;oernmont paid $2ti5.VOt for It.
lint tho amount was later lotttrntMl hj
Mru. (lOtdet. The 08el 1a flnely ap
pointed and IB rquul to any aclit In
New York water.
No ma Iter how heavy the inUt, to
feuu Keeps right ou worktriR at IU
WMM-AUD E. BROWN.
W. A. LOVE.
Halstead & Co:;
ON SUGAR SECURITIES.
921 Fort Street.
Stock and Bond Exchange.
McINERNY BLOCK. FORT ST.
Stock and Bond Broker
Member of Honolulu Stock Exchuff
Order tor the purcht or sale ofto;fci
ana bonds carefully and promptly txKuta4.
Ground Floor, Judd Bulldlnc.
Postoffice Box 390. Telephone '
Judd & Co., Ltd.
307 Stanjjenwald Building.
P. O. Box 007. Tel. Main SSf
f the Dental Chair
TERTH EXTHACTnn AND FILLED
ABSOLUTELY WITHOUT PAIN bj
our late scientific method applied to the
turns. No Bleep-producing agent ot
These are the ouljr dental parlori U
Honolulu having PATENTED APPLI
ANCES and Ingredients to extract, fill
and apply gold crowns and porcelain
:rnnns undectecablc from natural teetL
ind warranted for ten yoars, WITH
OUT THE LEAST PAIN. Alt wori
lone by OITADUATED DENTISTS ol
from 12 to 20 years' experience, and
;ach department In charge n( a Special
1st Olve us a call, and you will find
is to do exactly as we advertise. Wc
will tell you In advance exactly what
rotir ork will cost ny a FKEB KX
Set Teeth SHOO
Gold Crown SB.OO
Cold Filling. I.OO
Miver i-iiiin(, , owe
NO DANGER A"l NEW
YORK DENTAL PAR
LORS, FOR EVERY IN
STRUMENT IS THOR
AND EVERY NAPKIN
Our mime alone will be a guarantei
'bat your work will be of the best
New York Dental Parlors,
loom 4, Elite Uulldlng, Hotel Street
LADIES IN ATTENDANCE.
HAS NEW GAMES
Wo huo on oxiilliltlon and for sale the wry latest novelties
from Santa Claim' workrooms' (ianua that ou haw si-eu advvrtls
cd In tho leaillni; magazines and periodical. Games (or jouhr peo
ple; games for old people; KaniiM for oer)bod). Here are some of
tho names of now ones.
Burrows Balletto Boards
Wo hno all Ill" old games, as well, and alxii iiinn pretty tis.
I'nr inrH nur toy department has heen n inoct popular Instlto
tloii nml the MniL is In too groat a Mirlety to spenk uf epartely
hero, Thcro is only ono way tn II nil nut what wo haw. You are In
ltcil to cull nml see owr thing.
OUR TOY DEPARTMENT we warrant will not be disappointing.
E. W. JORDAN'S