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KVENINQ BULLBTO-.. HJi.OLUfrP, H. T.. SATURDAY, DEO. 21, 1901. , '
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There Are Handsome
Things .At Elhers' S
and RIGHT NOW In tho tlmo for you to romp and buy
them ttao finest assortment of holiday Rifts In Honolulu.
All tho nowcRt and most attractive novelties that tho In
genious manufacturers have turned out this season.
HAND80ME LEATHER QOOD8, EXQUISITE PERFUMES,
FANCY 80APS, TOILET CA8E8, MANICURE 8ETS,
TRAVELINQ CASES, EBONY GOODS, SILVER MOUNT
ED NOVELTIES, ETC., ETC. Come and See Them.
ELHERS & CO., FORT ST.
W i Af ents
"nils beautiful custom, handed down from the ancients, has lost
none of Its lustre. On the other hand, It has grown In favor in the
Held for choosing broadened. The great Mirlety of suitnhle presents
that each section of our store now shows will mitke the mutU'i of se
lection cry Aim pic.
In our windows wo aro "hewing a beautiful assortment of col
ored pictures, tho prions of wht.'h aro plainly marKed. They will
make vlcgant and suitable Christinas, gifts.
WALL, NICHOLS CO., LTD.
., TWO STORES IN ONE.
By buying your
Figs, Dates, Nuts
Layer Raislis, Etc.
H. MAY & GO.
Telephones 22, 24, 0!i
P. O. Box 380.
The HONOLULU INVESTMENT CO., Ltd.
Office Jidd Building, Merchant St.
THE GREENWICH INSURANCE CO.
THE INS. COMPANY OF NORTH AMERICA.
Assets $9.583791 -94-.
THE NEW ZEALAND INSURANCE CO.
SuWribril Capital $5 ,000,000.00.
THE WESTCHESTER FIRE INS. CO.
THE GER.MANIA LIKE INSURANCE CO.
CANTON MARINE INSURANCE .OFFICE.
Sti.icrileil Capital $2,500,000.00.
PACIFIC SURETY COMPANY.
The HONOLULU INVESTMENT CO., Ltd.
General Insurance, Rest Estate and Financial Agents
A. V. QEAR, President. EMflETT AtAY, Secretary.
MANOA AND PALOLO
Article's of Association aro Filed
to Fill Up Bad Town Lands
and Make Roads and
Articles of Incorporation have been
filed In the ofllco of the Trcnsurer for
"Tho Manoa ami I'alolo Constructlot.
Company, Limited," by Norman W.
Orliwold, George 1. Denlson, Charlcp
P. Orlmwooil, William E. Skinner and
Clinton J. liutehlns. The enterprise for
which the company Is formed has been
fully described in the Bulletin. Ai
stated In the articles the objects aro to
transport earth, rock and other mater-
LOCAL AND GENERAL
The Bulletin's special Industrial edi
tion can be obtained at this office or
the news-stands. Price 25 cents.
lul to fill, srade and Improo swamps "ec. 28
KAOLKS meet on Sunday, Dec. 22 at
10 ... m.
The Alameda will sail Tuesday af
ternoon. Cottago of six rooms to lot. Son
Position by a young man. Sou
Printing uud developing at Honolulu
rhoto Supply So.
II. May & Co.'a store will bo closed
oil day Christmas Day.
For Christmas and New Year cheer
try Pantheon O. P. S. whiskey.
A special meeting of tho stockhold
ets of'Oahu Sugar Co., Dec. 28.
Lewis & Co, have received a ship
ment of Christmas trees per Alameda.
A special meeting of stockholders o
Koloa Sugar Co. will be held Sattirda)
and other low lands, to construct roads,
boulevards, embankments, bridges,
walls and other works, to construct
and operate a rallrrad from Palolo nnd
Manoa valleys to nny wharf or wharfs
and to any point In Honolulu, to run
trains by electricity, .steam and other
motive power. The usual real estate
and financing privileges arc taken.
Tho capital stock Is $10,000 In 400
shares nt $100 each, with the prlvllcg"
of Increasing It 'to $200,000, nnd the
term is fifty years. Each Incorporator
subscribes for $1000 of the capital,
while 125,000 comes to Mr, Orlswold
on his assignment of a contract with
13. F. Dillingham for rights In the lnnd.
The officers elected are: Norman W.
Orlswold, president; Georgo P. Denl
ron, vice president; Clinton J. Ilutcn
Ins, secretary; Garret P. Gray, auditor,
Tho barkentiuc Quickstep arrived at
Freight Is being received by tlio
Claudinc and Klnnu today.
Tho bark Albert iust her main top
gallant )ard on tno trip down. It way
spliced and leplacod.
A gasoline launch for Clark k Hen
ry, to bo used at Pearl 1th or, urilved
in tho Tnbcy yesterday.
Two Unlveislty of California boys.
Frank Hutch and Hugh Iliiwl, 111 rlv
pd from tho Coast In the Tobuy yes
Tho ship S. D. Carlcton. using tl.fi
new codn 01 siguals, spelled her nniitf.
-"it lu full when abreast of Diamond
Head this morning.
Consldcrablo trouble has been caus
ed tho stevedores nf late by the mis
phlevousncss of some party who at
night goes ubout and steals parts nf
'he donkey engines used 011 tho ihlpr
during the day,
Tho usual Saturday evening enter-
nlnment by the Murphy Club will be
held at the club rooms, corner Nuuanu
ind Ileretanla streets, at 8 0 clock. AI
xrt O. Henshaw will give special
itrreoptlcon views of the plaguo fires
vlilch swept away part of the town and
jurned down Kaumakaplll church.
Doth Messrs. Geo. Hoots and F. G
v'ojch, the club vocalists, will sing
new songs. An instrumental trio will
h given by Mis. Noyes, Mrs. Chubb
ind Mr. Nakuliui nnd a paper on tern
if ranee will be read by Mr. Mattox,
ind also other attractions. A quartet
las piomlsoil to be on hand If possible.
ci) body w oleoma.
A gospel tempeinnce pr.ilso service
V 1 1 1 be held at thu club rooms Sunda)
m-ulng nt 7 no o'clock. Speclnl inti-lie
Music is anti of tho most heavenly of
arts, nnd tho tones of our Wostermnyer
Pianos do take ono quite away and
above thlB wretched old world and let
him havo a glimpse of tho star woild
You will llko tho Westormayer Pia
nos, and you'll not find it hard to buy.
Hoftschlaeger Co., Ltd.
Kind and Bethel 8tn.
Pumlture not only makes
a handjome present but a
Bieful and accepUble one
a well. We have many
beautiful articles In this
line toi numerous to men
tlu here, which we got 1 1
especially for the holiday
trade. CALL AND SEU
thu stock. : ; : : :
HOPP & CO.,
Leading Furniture Dealers
Cor. King and Bethel Sts.
Your friends will apprec
iate a GOOD PHOTO
GRAPH OF YOU for
a present, anJ I will
make the picture a good
one. CALL AND SEE
J. J.. WILLIAMS,
Take elevator In Roivm Block.
.MAY B'JY RANCH.
Colonel W. II. Cornwall Is thinking
of going Into a stock ranch in Cali
fornia near Sacramento. While on
.lie Coast ho took nn option on u line
place of ono bundled and sixty acres
and Ik now considering the advisable
it) of making the purchase Recently
in San Francisco no bought three
thoroughly cd mares all In foal by
Crcsendo, and they havo been sent to
Sacinmcnto to winter. Gartallne, the
famous mnre, was biought hero In tho
Claudlmi this morning, and Is tn tu'
shipped to tho Coast. In thu Alameda
Mr. Wecdon Rcturnx.
Wultrr 0. Wecdon has returned
homo looking remarkably well from
his tour across the continent. Ho de
livered lectuies on lluwall, Illustrated
by stcieoptlion. at tho Putt-American
tixposltlou and iniiny other places
with much popular luieptance. Ml.
Weedon found great encouragement in
Now Y01K for tho slwil fibre Industry
In which he Is Intel ostod hen1, and
thinks that with tho machinery being
pnxurod It will not be second to sugar
WILL FIND ALAMEDA.
When thu Alameda arrived from
San Francisco yesterday sho brought
a Chinese in tho steerage. Ha went
nshoto with tho other passengers and
on this account the immigration offi
cials arc after the steamer people, it
seems, even though tho Chlnosn canw
from nn American port, ho must show
his registration papers .befoiu he is
entitled to land hero, and ns ho land
ed without tho permission of tbo
Treasury officials, tno steamer is to 00
fined unless tho man is recovered and
proves his right to laud.
OLD RESIDENT DI1AD.
Governor Dole said: "It Is bust to
be particular about the authenticity
Accuracy Is noxt In Importance. Ac
curate copies are guaranteed when
J. D AVERY, Public Typewriter
Tel. Main. 76. Over Hart's, Hotel St.
The Bulletin's special Industrial edi
tion can be obtained at this office or
! the news-stands. Price 25 cents.
James Amlcison, nno of tno oldcrt
residents of Muul, died at tbo Pala
Hospltul on Wednesday last. Ho vvai
foi many yoais postmaster at .Mnl.u-
wnu and was a Noble In tho Leglsla-
turo or 1 WO. Tno news of his .loath , , ,,, t imlvo,
came In 11 letter to Homy Smith, re- ,V, ,..,,... Tnn, ,,
cfivc.i tins morning.
A special meeting of stockholders
of Pioneer Mill Co. will be held Mon
day, Dec. 30. ,
The steamers Klnau and Claudinc re
turned from Maul and Hawaii pnrtt
early this morning.
Lodgo Ic Progres will hold n special
meeting on Monday night for the In
stallation of officers.
Honolulu Photo Supply Company
will bo open till 10 o'clock Monday
and Tuesday evenings.
Commissioner Wray Taylor and En
tomologtst Kocbcle visited Samuel M.
Damon's place at Moanalua yesterday.
llourbon Whiskey, C years old, $3.60;
Claret, 50 cents; Sherry nnd Tokay, Vi
cents a gallon at Hoffschlacgcr Co.'s,
In the Police Court this forenoon,
Hello was sentenced to three months'
imprisonment at hard labor on tho
chargo of vagrancy.
Boxes of Manila cigars for Christmas
will behold by Leo Toma & Co., 33
King street at n discount of from ten
to twenty-five per cent.
The Incognitos and KtlohnnnB will
play n gamo of Intercollegiate football
on the campus at Oahu College this ai
ternoon, beginning nt 3 o'clock.
The Association Football league
game this afternoon will bo between
the Wanderers nnd Honolulus. riny
begins nt 4: IS o'clock on the Mnklki
The final practice of St. Clement's
choir for Christmas music will be held
at tho chapel on Monday at 7:30 p. tu.
It Is particularly requested that all
members ho present.
Dr. A. N. Sinclair haB been appointed
Deputy Supremo Chancellor of tho
Knights of Pythias for tho Hawnllan
Islands. This Is the highest office of
tho order In this district.
Christmas exercises were held In the
nrscniuty hall of tho Knlulanl school
yesterday. Tho program was a good
one, at the close of which Santn Clan?
paid a visit to the school.
Tho bark Gerard C. Tobey which ar
rived late yesterday afternoon had a
very rough trip from San Frnnclsco.
During the oyage a heavy squnll car
ried away some of her canvas.
Tho Elcu and Fearless raced again
this morning for the S. D. Carleton
which was reported off Koko Head.
Tho Hlcu got to her first but the Fear
less having a contract with her got tho
Treasurer W. II. Wright who was
expected homo In the W. G. Hall, did
not return. He may be buck In ilm
Keauhou fioni Klccle tonioirow morn
ing or In the Mlkuhala Tuesday morn
Tho Hornets mid Artillerymen will
play polo In Kupiolanl park this af
ternoon, beginning at 3:30 o'clock. Dr
MeAdory has resigned fiom the Ar
tillery team and his place will ba taken
hy George Angus of the Business Men'
Tho bark Albert airlved from San
Francisco this morning after a run oi
IS days. Soma had weather was ex
perienced on tho vo)ugo but the ves
sel was fortunate In missing the re
markably heavy weather which beset
Yiimamoto, 11 Japanese cook living In
Maklkl, near tho old baseball tract,
was held up by thiee men Wednesday
evening ut about S o'clock nt tho cor
U(r of I'likoi nnd Klnau streets, and
r. lleve.l of his watch and $20. The Ja
puucsu thinks tho men wore Porto
The sihoonor reported yesterday af
ternoon and thought to he the Novelty
pioved to be tho Itobert Searlos from
Newcastle. Captain Plltz her com
tiiiin.ler Is u brother of tho skipper of
tho Inter-Inland steamer Walalealo.
The Scailos anchored outside and will
go to Kleolo to discharge her coal.
Lawyer Kuiilukou has secured the
ictcaso of the four disreputable Iwilel
Poito nican women ftom Jail. A no
tlie of appeal has been filed nnd thu
requisite bond put up. Tho women
went from tho polke station to Mr.
Kauluknu's office whcio all matters
pertaining to tho appeal were fixed up.
A fight over fare took place yoster
day afternoon nt the Quarantine wliarl
between a passenger In the stenmel
America Mam and the driver of a
nnelc. The passenger Invited tho driv
er to get off the hack and settle the
dispute with his fists which tho driver
did, much to tbo discomfort of the
stranger, who was badly beaten.
Tho last three du)s of the run very
pleasant weather was had mid tho pas
sengers who wero compelled to stay
In.lnoiB most of the time the first part
of the tiln cainu 011 deck und greatly
enjoyed themselves. Tho steamer bar
u very huge inrgo for this port and
brought 11 big m.ill. Tno Olympic
football team which was expected In
to a Tennis Lover
The highcHt tirade
of thl shoe made.
Hub extra rubber
soIch, to replace
the prcHcnt oncH,
when worn out.
A New Tennis
McINERNY SHOE STORE
Valuable Christmas suggestions to those who have not already
madu their purchases and suggestions equally as valuable! to buyers
of flnu goods. This week wo will again put on snlo a largo lino
of fine Handkerchiefs.
Those handkerchiefs nro of extra
valu.i nnd wo bought them In Immense
quantity; by so doing wo woio able
to got an unusually low price, and of
fer thorn to , you at wonderfully low
Tho most papular selling aro the
Z5c ones. Wo havo them nt 5c, 10c,
15c, 20c and extra values up as high
as $5.00 each.
THE 25c HANDKERCHIEFS
nro our loaders and wo hnvc over 110
patterns to chooso from, somu trim
med with embroidery and Bonio with
lace. A window filled with different
varieties on exhibition.
SALE OF HOSIERY
Special values offered In Ladles' Misses, Children and Gentle
men's hosiery, all Imported especially for thu holiday season. They
come one-half dozen to tho box and at tho lowcht prices.
Have you soon our I-adles fast-blank, openwork Lacu Hose?
Special this week at 40c per pair.
1902 SHIRT WAISTS
We announce the arrival of 1902 Ladies' Shirtwaists. These aro
samples, no two alike. Come and see the great change in styles and
mako your selection.
Fine lino of Silk Umbrellas for ladies and gentlemen, now
stylo handles. Special this week $1.00.
PACIFIC IMPORT COMPANY, "
Profircsti Block. Fort Street.
GLIINTOrN J. HUTCHIINS,
J. H. FISHER
Stock and Bond.Brokers.
FIRE ASSOCIATION, of Philadelphia
WESTERN ASSURANCE CO, of T(k
Offices Stanaenwald Blda, Mf
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE
Honolulu, December 2t, lool
W.IU 0UK. W. . .
DokiU Sujtn Pun. Co
OUlSu. Co.. 111., til
umsu.-o.uj.ra up I
Olowilu Company... , , .
Patuhau Su. Plan. Co
Pacific Socar Mill
Pala Plantation Co
Ptpefkeo Surar Co . . . .
Plonm Mill Co
pionMt Mill Co. Ami
Walalua A(r. Co , .
Walluku Surar Co
Walnanalo Surar Co .
Walata Mill Co
Wl itr Sttamthls Cn .
.lairaltan t-'ctrlc Co..
Mutual Talaphon Co,
Oahu Rv k Land Co
Paopla't let RT( Co
Flrat National Bank
flr.tA.S Bank T. Co
Hawaiian Gov s par cant
HlloR. R.Co. 6rccnt
Hon. Napli Transit
Pl.ntal n A . hi
Oahu l & L C,i. rr. c I
oaliu Plantation r- f c
Olaa Plantations p. c
WaUlua Aerlcul. or c
N.MF OF STOCK Vr,P."11 t?
C Rrarwor Ik LnmPinv. 1 i.mi.tyv
NS SacMDO.Co.IM 6o,jo
L.B. Kerr Co., LtJ I oo.o o
fat PtiniAlInn Co .... t 000.
nawauin loik mj lo t.jn.Tjo
Hiwttltn Surar Co . . . t.ooo.ooo.
Honomu Sujir Co m. Tiomo
HonokiaiSuear Co.. iooojooI
Hiku Sorr Co ... 300,000
Kafmku lnii1on Co joo.ooo!
Klhell'MM lo.lh.m. 1.050
Kliatiulu Surir Co.... . 160
u '. . r-Z T -- .
ROioa Auear jo yxjjow
McBrvdbuCo..Li t i.oo,ooc'
1 jo, 000 J
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Bales- IK i:n. 123.75
SET FIRE TO PALACE
Ixiiiclc.n. Doe. 14. A dispatch from
SlintiKlinl piibllnlir.l this morning la
tin- Standard rays that on tho occa
blon uf tlie lilrtlulay of the Dowager
i;nipii'ns or jiiinn, Norcmbur 3Utb.
spnii1 nii'nihern of n Bi-cret society
fired tli.1 Imperial palace at Kal Feng
I'll. Two LMilIdlngH -were iruttud bo
f.nu the Are wax extinguished.
It la believed that this attempt, the
dUpatch cays. Is tho real explanation
uf the tleslro of Yung Lu, gencrallssl
mc of the Chinese army that tho court
miQll nn-steu to reKlng.
W1LLARD E. DUOWN.
W. A. LOVE. I
Halstead & Co.,
STOCK AND I.
BOND BROKERS. ' .
ON 8UQAR SECURITIES.
921 Fort Street.
Stock and Bond Exchange.
Stock and Bond Broker
Member of Honolulu Stock Exchingi
Orders lor the purchase or sale of stocks
ana bonds carefully and promptly (xtcuttd.
Ground Floor, Judd Building.
PostoHice Box 390. Telephont '69
JVlcIlNERlNY BLOCK. PORT ST.
Judd & Co., Ltd.
807 Btnngcnwald Building.
P. O. Box GOT.
Tel. Main SIS
.natoB HHiBn. uonn'
Choice of Solid Silver, Oulil Plate
orSllvcrore. Noi.itrllil.i-. Ilikr-tit.
aintwf inalUnntrticllAtiM, tt'htltunnl
aUanilketnl ffllF hn I. huiiv.lllr a
Pretty IMece of (old i'lnte il .lrwt Iry, rite itt orn-e.
axmoBaoaCo Baa3B.ahaHla.N Carolloa U S m
I'liclc" Tom Ciimmliii Ik out agnln
011 the BtiettH after several weeks under
1 tho doi'ttir's rare. It will ho remember
oil that he was run Into hy a runaway
hoibo ut the corner of Fort nud Hotel
' streets and finite badly hurt. At llrst.
I It was not thought that ho would r
coer, but his splendid physical con
I rlltlun tnino to his aid Just at the right
No More Dread
of the Dental Chair
TEETH EXTRACTED AND FILLED
ABSOLUTELY WITHOUT PAIN b)
our lato scientific method applied to tht
gums. No sleep-producing agents 01
These are the only dental parlors It
Honolulu having PATENTED APPLI
ANCES and Ingredients to extract. Ill)
and apply 'sold crowns and porcelain
crowns undectecabie from natural teem
and warranted for ten years, WITH
OUT THE LEAST PAIN, All wort
done by GRADUATED DENTISTS ol
from 12 to 20 rears' experience, ana
each department in charge of a Special
ist Glvo us a call, and you will nna
us to do exactly as we advertise. W
will tell you In advanco exactly what
your work will cost ny a FREE EXAMINATION.
Set Teeth $5.00
Gold Crowns $5.00
Gold Filling SI.OO
Silver Fillings OOc
NO DANGER AI NEW
YORK DENTAL PAR
LORS! FOR EVERY IN
8TRUMENT IS THOR
AND EVERY NAPKIN
Our name alone will be a guarante
that your work will be of the best
New York Dental Parlors.
Room 4, Elite Building, Hotel Street
LADIES IN ATTENDANCE
HAS NEW GAMES
Wo havo op exhibition an I for sale thu very latest novelties
from Santa Claus' workrooms Games that you have seen advertls
ed in tho leading magazines and periodicals. Games for young peo
ple; games for old people; games for everybody. Hero are some of
the names of now ones,
Burrows Balletto Boards
Wo have all tho old games, as well, and also many pretty toys.
For years our toy department has been n most popular Institu
tion and tho stock Is In too great a variety to speak of separately
hero. Thero Is only ono way to And out what wo hau. You are in
vited to call and seo everything.
OUR TOY DEPARTMENT we warrant will not be disappointing.
E. W. JORDAN'S
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