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EVENING BUIXEm. fJ.OLULtJ. H. T., TUESDAY, DEC. 21 1901.
There N Are Handsome
Things At Elhers'
and RIGHT NOW Is tho tlmo for you to como and buy
them tho finest assortment of holiday gifts In Honolulu.
All tho newest and most attractive novelties that the In
genious manufacturers have turned out 'this season.
HANDSOME LEATHER GOODS, EXQUISITE PERFUMES,
FANCY 80APS, TOILET CASE3, MANICURE SETS,
TRAVELING CA8E8, EBONY GOODS, SILVER MOUNT
ED NOVELTIES, ETC., ETC. Come and See Them.
ELHERS & CO., FORT ST.
That's the Stuff!
I The BEER of the day.
Bottled at the Brewery.
I Fred Milter Brewing Co. Milwaukee.
The HONOLULU INVESTMENT CO., Ltd.
Office Judd Building, Merchant St.
THE GREENWICH INSURANCE CO.
-rtir? ttc rnMD.IMV nrj MnDTH AMTTRTr A
leneral Assets $9,583,791.94.
I , THE NEW ZEALAND INSURANCE CO.
AgcBIS Subscribed Capital $5,000,000.00.
por THE WESTCHESTER FIRE INS. CO.
THE GERMANIA LIFE INSURANCE CO.
THE CANTON MARINE INSURANCE OFFICE.
Subscribed Capital $2,500,000.00.
PACIFIC SURETY COMPANY.
' Assets $295,000.00.
The HONOLULU INVESTMENT CO., Ltd.
General Insurance, Real Estate and Financial Agents
A. V. QEAR, President. EittfiETT MAY, Secretary.
Hoffschlaeger Co., Ltd.
King Street, near Bethel.
PREVENTED RUNAWAY ON
A FORT STREET CORNER
Horse Pulled Reins Through Dr.
Wood's Hands Sheriff Brown
Pulled and Horse Kicked
Toys at Auction
Unpa3'!:!f1 "pnnrtunlty of buying
Christmas toi at your own
ry tl. 1 .
H if ire
;.o valuable to car-
.. .. disposed of re-
-ind luetday even-
'o jan will sacrifice
WALL, NICHOLS CO., LTD.
TWO STORES IN ONE.
el IhBwbi i asYsnNaaBkaH
H I I L-v ibbbbbbbbb.
By buying your
Figs,' Dates, Nuts
Layer Raisins, Etc.
H. MAY & GO.
Telephones 22, 24,
P. O. Box 380.
What might have been a serious
runaway was averted this morning by
.110 strong arm ot High ftnorift llrrmn.
rii. and Dr. Wood were riding up Fort
jireet between S and 9 o clock. They
jaw a Itiipld Transit car standing on
Hnre! r.trecr nt the Kwn corner 01
on. Dr. Wood was at Hist disposed
1 stun niul nllow the car to go on, bin
.lii're was plenty of time, and so ha
drove on. The horso loosen ni uie
,nr and passed over the trail? without
eru switching hid tall.
Evidently lie must have seen the
roily or his action In not taking rrlght,
for, when nbout ten feet or so uejnnd
tho trncks, he made a Jump uml a tun,
and tho lclns. wet with tho riownpom
of inln. wont tliiotiKh Dr. W.iiiin
nuds like a fishing Urn- with n Wig"
siziil liont at the other end.
Sheriff Iliov.u Old not euro to be nr
lOHted for furious and heedless dilv
lnK. so he reached out In front of l)r
Wood's hands and drew tho horse up
against the whlffletree. The horso did
not llho tho rubbing sensation and
began to send his hoofs about the
hnnds of the Doctor and tho Slietlff
In very rupld succession. Being u lit
tle ovorzcalous in tno exercise, tno
animal Ulehcd one too high and a leg
was caught over tho wniffletreo.
There wns a throo-lcggcti race ror u
short distance, with a big handicap.
and then the animal was stopped just
as hu was nbout to Inseit his head
Into a passing hack. When the Doctor
looked nt thu Sheriff, and vlco versa,
each man laughed. Tho horse, tho
kit ks and the mud hnd made a faithful
register oil the (ounteuniieus and
clolhi-ri of thu two men.
Tho set ond iiinnwny of tho morning
wan on King street ,nt nliout 111 o'clock
A Jnpanosu having tied his htrso In
fiont of the Wall. Nichols store, went
to do a llttlo shopping. Tho criuh ol
people frightened hlui and he pulled
away Irom his iimmiiIi:i;s and slatted
out King stiiet. Ho turned up Milium
kia. 1 an Into u cart (ontninliiK u Chl-
r.iiiiian, dumped tho MoiiitoIIjii Into
the iiiiid mid (oiitluiicd mull ho ur
nved at lleiclanla street. Tho last
seen of the horse wns as ho was gal
loping past Central Union Church.
DAYS GROW LONGER.
Music Is one of the most heavenly of
arts, and the tones of our Westermayer
Pianos do talio one quite away and
above this wretched old world and lot
Jilmjiavo a glimpse of the slur world
You will like the Westormayer Pia
nos, and you'll no( find it hard to buy.
Hoffschlaeger Co , Ltd.
King nnil IScthcl Sts.
Furniture not only makes
a handsome present but a
useful and acceptable one
as well. We have many
beautiful articles In this
line too numerous to men
tion here, which we got 1 1
especially for the hollJay
trade. CALL AND SEE
TUG STOCK. : : i : ;
HOPP & CO.,
Leading Furniture Dealers
Cor. King and Bethel Sts,
Your friends will apprec
iate a GOOD PHOTO
GRAPH OP YOU for
. a present, and I will
make the picture a pooj
one. CALL AND SEE
J". J. WILLIAMS,
Take elevator n Bo.sson 'Block.
Chicago. Dec. 11. Sixty mlllloa
years hence, uccoidlng to Sir llobort
ll.ill, u famous astronomer, tho day
will be about twlco as long as It Is now,
or, In other words, It will tuke tho
cm 111 appioxlmutely forty-eight hours
to revolve on Its axis, Instead of twca
ty-four. This Is based upon tho theory
that 1111 equal number of yenrs ago the
day wns only halt as long as It Is now
Sir Itobert Hall gave a lecture In
Studebaker Hall tonight under tho dl
ri-ctlou of tho University of Chicago
Lecture Association, taking for bis
subject "Tlmo and Tide." Ho began
with a btory dealing with a period
earlier than history earlier than life
telling of the chunges which time
und tide hno wrought and tho manner
In which the tides wetc Increasing the
length of tho day. Ho dcscilbed the
chasms on tho moon, presenting views
of the satellite, and gave an explana
tion of tho rotibtnucy of that planet.
In conclusion, Sir Robert paid n high
tribute to American astronomers, de
claring they lead the world today In
LOCAL AND GENERAL
The Bulletin's special Industrial edi
tion can be obtained at this office or
the news-stands. Price 25 cents.
Htm r. Mlknhala, Gregory, from Ka
uai. Htmr. Nllhau, "liiompaon, from Kauai.
Chicken ranch wanted. See classl
The Ilullclln will not be published 011
All tho Territorial coiuts ato closed
this afternoon, ,
Tho present rnln Is general all over
tho Island of Oahu.
Storo 011 Hotel street to )t. See To
Let column ou page 8.
Plenty of rain has fallen on Kauai
during the past week.
The Christmas number of the Para
dise or the Pacific Is o'lt.
The prisoners and guards at Oahu
jail will all Join In a feast ut tho
neninrd & Co.'s Ulcus will not open
trnlght on nerouiit of tho weather. II
at nil possible they will open tomor
row. Pipfessor Lyons of tho Weather Hu
uau'states that there Is no prosper!
whatever of thu present weather let
Bourbon Whiskey, G Mars old, J3.50;
Claret, CO cents; Sherry and Tokay, 7."i
cents a gallon at llofffchlaegcr Co.s,
The band wns supiioseil to go about
the city serenading tonight but the
Piescut weather will not permit such
The Mtkahnla repot ts Hie following
sugar on Kauai: K. S. M., Goo; V.
K.. 1000; Diamond W , 3ju; 11 il.,
2100: L. P.. 10U0.
lloxcs of Manila cigars for Chrlslmas !
will be sold by Lee Toma & Co., 33
King street at a discount ot from ten
to twenty-flvo per cent.
The special car for the St. Andrew's
Cathedral early morning serWte will
leave the Alcxnnder street terminus of
the Rapid Transit lino nt R o'clock.
Juan Rivera, a Portn Rlean boy.
was sent over to the Reform School
on pleading guilty to the charge of
vagrancy In the Police Court this fore
Tho contract for vupplylng drugs
and medical supplies to Goveinmoit
physicians has been let lo Itcnsnu,
Smith & Co. There were two other
Hlaeli sand wns laid on the pilnrlpal
cioislncjs t lila morning and drivers
took the usual cine to stop their
norses athwart them so as to foieo
walkers Into the deep mud.
There wni a Christmas entertain
ment nt tho Kallhl detention enmp last
m enlng, under the direction of Isaac
Sherwood. There weiu In tho neigh-
mirhuod of three hundred persons
Tho following eases were dispose 1
or In the Police Court this forenoon:
John Drown, assault nml battery 011
Kia, nolle nrosd.: I'nea. larieny In
tl.r second dogrei, uTtnmttlcd to the
Circuit Court for tilnl.
W. 11. Wright. Treasurer of Ha
well, returned In tho Mlknhala from
Knual this morning. He visited Llhiie
and Walmea, his trip having been ou
private busluess. Mr. Wilght snys tho
st'gar cane is looking fine 011 Knual.
Manuel and John, tho two Portu
Gueso hoys arrested Inst, night by Offl
rer Akau for intcrfeilng'wlth Ihe Rap
Id Transit Company tracks, are still
In Jail. Their rases will romu up
Thursday. In (he menntlnio thu police
will make n thorough Investigation.
From Knual Mirts, per stmr. Mlkn
hala. December HI. W. Wright, 11.
A. Jaeger, Alexander. C. Weborn, W
I'. Johnstone. N. A. Itmen, II. Kit
l;un. Mr-r. Illork. Munito, Miss C.
Kinkled, Mlsn Danford, M. Akoua
Miss i:. K. Phillips. I' Meller, and
Calls were iniele to nilous stoics ol
tho cltj b 11 lliillellu reporter -this
n,oinlng and the story came from uv
r-vy dlitctlon that, notwithstanding
hard times und the weather, liuclneHi
Is as good as It lia.i over been during
a holiday sasiui for the past six 5 earr
All Government buildings will he
closed ut noon of eery day foi tin
week beginning with Chilstmns D.i)
mid ending with NVw Yeur'H Day. The
older 11 k sent forth )y Governor D0I1
npplies to nil bianeheH ot thu Tern
toilal Government. The order cine
not lefi'-r to Chrisluius ami New
Vuir'n Days which nru Ici;nl holiday,
Ah Leong, the Chinese einploje of
Ihe Hawaiian Hotel who was arrested
Sunday on the 1 barge of stealing twen
ty live tents' worth of sugar Irom the
I'lteheu uf that hostelry, appeared Ir
Ihe Police Court for lllul tills fore
i.oon. A nolle prosequi wns. entered,
ihe piOM'tutlcm explaining that .Mill,
uper Ijike of the hotel did not cure to
prosecute the defendant, he being it
1 001- man with 11 large lumlly In uup
puil. It wan enough that he should
lore his Job.
' - ,
AN HOUR IN THE MORNING
THE SAME HOUR EVERY fiiORNING
or afternoon, given to dictation, will
keep your correspondence "cleaned
up." Try It a month.
J. D. AVEI1Y, Business Correspondent
Regularity! Certainty! Despatch!
Tel. Main 76. 9 5M5. Elite Bldg,
The Bulletin's special Industrial edi
tion can be obtained at this office or
Ih 1 news-stands. Price 25 cents.
A wilier In Science reviews the re,
cent Issuo of "who 8 Who In Ameri
ca" In the light of the distribution of
lelelulty through tho Untied States.
Tho book contains ll.fiSl nnmes chos
en out of the 80.0o0.nnu Inhabitants of
the country. Of these 11,137 reside
In the United States, tho rest In forty-
soen foreign countries. Now ork
Statu In credited with 2.849; Massa
chusetts with 10W; Ihe District of Co
lumbia with SS9; Pennsylvania with
&80; Illinois with 701; Ohio with ::':
New Jersey with 311; California with
291; Connecticut with ?GG; Missouri
with 222; Maryland with 20.1. All oth
er States have less Minn 200 eaih. Of
tho ll.riSl persons hlographcd Sill
case.i give returns Hint inn hu usefully
classllied as to education. Of these
577.1 are college men and 1S10 aro col
lego graduates: 80S had a common
school training only; 2S2 were prhnto-
ly educiited. a.id 31 were scir-tuught
Tho summary Is distinctly in favor of
high educutlon. und they roveul tho
country's unparalleled element o
stieugth In the possibility of eminence
open to thuso whoso training was at
tained In tho public schools alone.
Cumden, N. J.. Dee. II. United
Stnlts Senator W. J. Sc,will Is lying In
a ciltlcnt condition nt Ms home to
night. Though the General's friends
urc endeavoring to keep up courage,
tliero. Is nn air of gloom among them
Unit lu a foreboding of thu worst. Sen
ator Scwell's private secretary admit
ted that the Senator was much worse,
buL further than that ho declined to
nuike any stntemi lit. A close friend of
General Sew ell's said tho Scnntor was
so weak Inst night and early this morn
ing that he failed to icrognlzc tho
members of his family, but tonight be
hud rallied nnd wns mora himself,
"lie Is a very sick man," ho suld.
"and though, while there Is life tliero
Is hope, we nie prepared for the worst."
Captain Joyre Sewell, his son, said
to a tepnrter tonight that bis father
was very weak, but the family had no
apprehension that he would not live
through the night,
At 1:15 n, m (Sunday) Senator Sew
ell was reported to he sinking rapidly,
and his ph)sh'lans said (he end was
ncur Hu Is unconscious (he greatei
part of the time.
The Evening nultetln
75 cents per
Dr. Plerce'n Elec
Awy wllli Drucvt Invrt
ileiit, s.nJ t r "Uook
1.1 Nu. ." AJJre .,
PIUKCI! H.I!CTKIC CO.
M'-kst SI.. S. P
to a Tennis Lover
The liliVlicHt lVrndc
of thlfi hIioc iiiikIc.
Hu cxtrn rubber
boIch. to replace
the present ouch,
when worn out.
A New Tennis
J. H. FISHER
Stock and BondBrokers.
FIRE ASSOCIATION, of Philadelphia
WESTERN ASSURANCE CO, of T(s
Offices Stangenwald Bldg-, M"v
HONOLULU STOCK BXCHANGH
McINERNY SHOE STORE
Yaluahla Christmas suegcstloiis to those who have not already
mado their purchases and suggestions equally as valuable to litiycra
of lino goods. This week wc will again put on sale a large line
of flno Handkerchiefs.
These handkerchiefs arc of extra
value and wc bought them In Immense
quantity; by so doing wo were nhlc
to get an uniiHiinlty low price, nnd of
fer them to you nt wonderfully low
The most popular selling nre the
oe ones. We have them at 5c, 10c,
15c, 20c and extra values up as high
as $5.00 each.
THE 25c HANDKERCHIEFS
are our lenders and we have over 110
patterns to choosu from, some trim
med with embroidery nnd somo with
lace. A window lilted with different
varieties ou exhibition.
SALE OF HOSIERY
Special values offered In LadtCB Misses, Children and Gentle
men's hosier-, all Imported especially for tho holiday season. They
come one-half dozen to tho box and at tho lowest prices.
Have you seen our Ladles fast-black, openwork I.aco Hose?
Special this neck at 40c per pair.
1902 SHIRT WAISTS
We announce tho arrival of 1902 Ladles' Shirtwaists. These arc
samples, no two alike. Come and sco thu great change In styles and
make your selection.
Fine line of Sill; Umbrollas for Indies and gentlemen, new
Btylo handles. Special this week $1.00.
Honolulu, tX-cember 24, tool
SAME or STOCK 1 ftf,",' i? Bll tl
I kaij vip j 5
C. hr.wt f A. Comptn. 1 oos.e'H 4i
IIS S.icMIHi.Co.l't &3,K ik 10
LU. Xitr fc Co., Ltl . ' ,00,0 o v
Pwa PUrli-.ion Co .... 1 j.000.000 ,14 tih
HinallinAcTlculturaiCo t,Mo.c too 6 trs
flawillanCom &SuCo. i.li.,jo' too..... . .
Hawaiian Sueir Co .. t,ooo,on t 14
Honomu Sugar Co .. Tlo.noo, too) ijiH
HonokaaSug.r Co. ... ttnejum , ic
Haiku SuffarCo , ... iocom, id ... iw
ktabuku Plantation Co v.hi e l)K a.1.
KlhIPIanl.Co..Ud l.ato.oml y, K
Ktahtilii Suffar Co... ico,qi; lor tsj
Koloa Suar Co Vor,ooui 105 ... ito
McHtyJ.SU Co.. LJ. ..ool 10 K
O-btt Soaar COj . , i.wo.ooo 100 01 ui'i
Ononca SuearCo iro,ooo' to
Dobala Surar Plan. Co o.i
OlaaSu. Co., LU., ail H1.000 k jVj. ...
Olaa Su Co.Lt J. p4 up a ao,oa : ' 1
Oloalil Company, ,,, ijo."" '. ... taa
Paaubau Su. Plan. Co . ma.ry y
Paclnc Sugar Mill ' 540000,100 ia
Pala Plantation Co 1 ,so,ono ico tt
PtCMkroStirarCo.... ,to.ol tool ,j
Ploiwar Mill Co I f ..jo.cn., loo It
Plonwr Mill Co. Alltl , So.oool loo . ..
Walatua Aft. Co., . ..j-e.oool 10c si
Walluku Sujar Co I no.ooc lot,
Walmanato Surar Co . ajt.ooo iw it)
Walto.a Mill Co Iaj.000 ico
Wl cl.r Steamship Co.. ' too,ooo too lo
rnttr-Hland Staara N.Co toooo too c$
.latvallan b'KtrlcCo.. cixooo 100. ..1. tal
Hon. RapU T.fc t.nJCol 1V.000 100
Mutual Talapnon Co. I tig,tu9 10
Oabil Ry at Un4 Co. . ,.000,000 too 91X
Paopla't In It RTr Co 150,000 100
Flrat National Bank... na
FlrMA.S.BanbftT.Co.., . too
Hawatlanfjov 5 par cm , , ......
HlloR, R. Co. 6 r'Cnl! tc.
Hon. Sapli franalt ,., i
ta-a ptantat'n 6 par cent ,
Oaku H St I Co. rr. C
oahu Pljnuilon 6 p. c i toi
Olaa Plantation 6 p. c ,
WaUlua Ajrkul 6 p. e
The answer of the Knmalo Sugar Co,
to the (Oinplalnt ot tho Hawaiian
Hardware Co. Is a dciilulf every al
legation. K. M. Hatch, T. McCnnti
Stevvnrt, George A. Davis, J. Alfred Ma
goon and T. I. Dillon nre the attorneys
for tho defendant.
Mrs. Kelllmnhlal Illart petitions for
letters of administration on the estate
of her late husband, Henry Gimtavn
Ulnrt, to be lastie dto C. it. Hemenway.
The estate is valued nt $1500 consisting
of a Jewelry business and the heirs nru
the wltlow and six children,
PACIFIC IMPORT COMPANY, t
WILLARD E. BROWN.
W. A. LOVn.
FRANK HALSTEAD. I
Halstead & Co.;
ON SUGAR SECURITIES.
921 Fort Street.
Stock and Bond Exchange.
ProjJrcHH lllock. Port Street.
CLINTON J. HUTCHINS,
H,crKiNt a j W
LW is. Ir oint JKF
Stock and Bond Broker
Member of Honolulu Stock Exebangt
Orders lor the purchase or sale of stocks
ana bonds carefully and promptly txtcuttcl.
Ground Floor, Judd Building.
Postoffice Box 390. Teltphont r6a
McIINERNY BLOCK. PORT ST.
Judd & Co., Ltd.
S07 Stangenwald Building.
P. O. Box 007. Tel. Main SS8
No More Dread
of the Dental Chair
TERTH T.XTRACTED AND FILLED
ABSOLUTELY WITHOUT PAIN b
our Into scientific method applied to tut
guuis. No Bleep-producing agents oi
Tliesu aro tho only dental parlors It
Honolulu having PATENTED APPLI
ANCES and Ingredients to extract. Cll
and apply gold crowns and porcelalt
crowns undecterablo from natural teetb
and warranted for ten years, WITH
OUT THE LEAST PAIN. All wori
done by OHADUATED DENTISTS ol
from 12 to 20 years' experience, anc
each department In chargo of a Special
1st. Give us a call, and you will tine
us to do exactly as we advertise. W
will tell you In advance exactly wbni
your work will cost ny a FREE EX
AMINATION. Set Teeth SHOO
Gold Crowns $5.00
Cold Filling. 91.00
Silver Pllllnfin BOc
NO DANGER AT NEW
YORK DENTAL PAR
LOR8, FOR EVERY IN
STRUMENT IS THOR
AND EVERY NAPKIN
Our namo alone will be a guarantet
that your 'work will be of the besL
New York Dental . Parlors.
Room 4, Elite Building, Hotel Street
LADIES IN ATTENDANCE.
HAS NEW GAMES
Wo havo on exhibition and for snlo tho very latest novelties
from Santa Clous' workrooms GnmcH that you have seen advertls
ed In tho leading magazines and periodicals. Games for young peo
plo; games for old people; game for everybody. Here are some of
tno names of now ones.
La Lutte Bagatelle v
Burrows Balletto Boards
Wo have all the old games, as well, and also many pretty toys.
For years our toy department has been a most popular Institu
tion nnd tho stock Is In too great a variety to speak of separately
here. Tliero Is only ono way to find out what we have. You aro in
vited to call and see everything.
OUR TOY DEPARTMENT we warrant will not be disappointing.
E. W. JORDAN'S
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