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KVENINO BULLETIN, BJt.OLULU, . T THURSDAY,
There Are Handsome
Things At Elhers' S S
and RIGHT NOW la tho time for you to como nnd buy'
thorn tho finest assortment of holiday gifts In Honolulu.
All tho nowest and most attractive novelties that tho In
genious manufacturers have turned out this season.
HANDSOME LEATHER GOODS, EXQUISITE PERFUMES,
FANCY 80APS, TOILET CASE8, MANICURE 8ET8,
TRAVELING CASES, EBONY GOODS, SILVER MOUNT
ED NOVELTIE8, ETC., ETC. Come and See Them.
ELHERS & GO., FORT ST.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
The HONOLULU INVESTMENT CO., Ltd.
Office Jadd Building, Merchant SI.
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.
THE CANTON MARINE INSURANCE OFFICE.
Subscribed Capital $2,500,000.00.
PACIFIC SURETY COMPANY.
The HONOLULU INVESTMENT CO., Ltd.
General Insurance, Real Estate and Financial Agents
A. V. QEAR, President. .EMriGTT MAY, Secretary.
THE NEW YEAR'S GALL
I other calls should ho made with a beautiful box
Tho boxes alono are sulllclently beautiful to charm tho most
tasteful, but when filled with Grucnhagen's French Mixed and
Chocolates, will delight tho most fastidious.
Candy Department of
WALL, NICHOLS CO., LTD.
TWO STORES IN ONE.
The Bulletin's special Industrial edl,
tlon can be obtained at this office or'
the news-stands. Price 25 cents, I
5-mrll furnished cottage lo let. Sec
II, T. Marsh returned In the Peru
Tlm flti.ntnoi tvntltlnnl bfillu frit fin.
wall r rli this afternoon. '
Ootids & McTlghe, successors to Ca-
mara A: Co., liquor dealers, Si King st,
All tho vessels In tho harbor had ;
their sails hung out to dry this morn, 1
There will bo a moonlight concert b
the band at the ltnwallnn hotel till"
he Rteamcr Noenu which was delay
ed stilling on Tuesday Balled this morn
ing for Hawaii ports.
The schooner Itonunpn after a very
rough trip nrrhed this morning 23
days fiom I'ort Ludlow.
Tho big clamshell dredger for tho
Pearl Ilnrbor work arrived 011 tho
George Curtis this morning.
There was a merry Christmas cele
bration aboard tho stcumcr Peru on
the way hero from Ban Francisco.
There will bo an auction sale oti
horses and carriages Saturday. Sec'
J.is. I'. Morgan's column on pag" S.
Tho Sunday school of the Methodist,
Episcopal church will have a Christina
concert and tree tonight at 7 o'clock. I
There will he a meeting 01 tho Hoard
of Health this afternoon, for tho solo
purpose of awarding contracts for sup
piles. The schooners Luzon and Kosnmond,
which sailed yesterday morning, worn
In sight beating oft shoro all day yes
tnrday. Bourbon Whiskey, C years old, $3.50;
Claret, CO cents; Sherry and Tokay, 75
cents a gallon at Hoffschlacger C'o.'u,
Cecil Drown reports 5.G1 Inches of
rain nt his home In Kaplolaul park
during tho twenty-four hours from
Tuesday to Wednesday afternoon.
Jean Sabute, under commltnl for de
taining mall matter, was released onj
l.'OO ball on Christmas Eve. Geo. IV
Cattle nnd IM. Towso went lib sureties.
The Ailon will glvts Its first concert I
and entertainment In the Ullis" Hall
the evening of January 20. Admission
for gentlemen will bo 1 for ladles
There lias been a delay In tho pall
lug of tho Hteani'T Kuix-Ka, SI10 was
to be dispatched from Seattle on the
I'Oth Inst. She Is expected hero about
the llrst of tho year.
The tug Cleii got n hawser foul of
her propeller on Tuesday afternoon.
j und had to bo towed to port by the
1 Tearless. She was out again Hit
gullly, making the statement that hei morning nnd towed the schooner Ho-
lust did It for fun. lie meant no harm l,,"l" '" i'"1 noruor.
The Government's Case Opened
Territory's Answer to Complaint
of John h Estate
Notice of Lien.
.1, J. Dunne, Acting United States At'
torney, opened to tho Jury this morn
ing In the condemnation suit against
the leasehuld Interest of the Honolulu
Plantation Company at Pearl Harbor
for nnvnl station purposes.
Captain White, civil engineer of the
Navy, was tho first witness, his cvl
denco being of a formnl nature to de
scribe the condemned property.
J, V. Piatt, Tax Assessor for Ouliu,
was tho next witness. He presented the
tax return of tho defendant. An ob
jection was offered by Hatch & SMI
man, argument on which went over to
tho afternoon session.
Although tho mn!n door to th
clerk's office of the Territorial courts
was closed this morning, a few attor
neys came In tho back way and filed
Attorney General Dolo filed an ans
wer for the Territory to the complaint
of th John II Estate. Not being In
formed of tho facts, the defendant de
nies that the plaintiff owns tho land
or tha fisheries In question.
Tho Hawaiian Electric Company filed
a notice of mechanic's and material
men's linns against J. T. Schneider,
lessee of premises on tho cast side of
Fort, between School nnd Vineyard
streets, for $31.10 on an electric wir
SHOE FOR A
The hlglicHt grade
of thlH shoe made.
Has cxtPii rubber
soIch, to replace
the present oncn,
when worn out.
A New Tennis
J. H. FISHBR
Stock and Bond. Brokers.
FIRE ASSOCIATION, of Philadelphia
WESTERN ASSURANCE CO, of Toronto.
McINERNY SHOE STORE
OK LYING OK TRAGK
Manuel Joe. a Portuguese boy. vn
this forenoon sentenced by Judge Wll-
cox to six months III the reform school.
.Manuel Is the young man who, on Mon
day night hist, lay down on the tracks
or the ltapld Transit Co., dlrertly lit
front of an 'approaching iar, making It
necessary for the motormnn to shut off
the current nnd put on the brakes lit
quickly as possllilo.
Tho defendant, on being asked what
he had to say about the matter, pleaded j Tearless
By buying your
Figs, Dates, Nnts
Layer Raisins, Etc.
whatever. Manuel's next six montlu
will be spent in n place where dally he
will be able to sec the place where ho
threw himself on the truck for It wus
Just In fiont of the reform school
where the nrrest was mado.
John Joe. another of the boys arrest
ed at tho same place by Officer Aknu
.Monday night, was reprimanded, John
confessed to throning stones at tho
trolleys of passing ltapld Transit ears.
sale of white goods
NEW YEAR GREETINGS.
We it 111 begin tho New Year with tho greatest low-pilco
sale or white goods ever held In this city. Sale begins at 9 a. m.
Thursduy morning, Januniy 2d, 1902. Ilaigalus offered such as
will piotc a great monuy-sav.ng oppoitunlty to you, .: .: .: .:
H. MAY & CO.
Telephones 33. 34, 03
P. O. Box 380.
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 In
especially for the holiday
trade. CALL AND SHU
THE stock, i i : : :
HOPP & CO.,
Leading Furniture Dealer
Cor. King and Bethel Sts,
Music ls'ono of the most heavenly of
arts, and the tones of our Wcstermnyer
Pianos do tako one qulto away and
abovo this wretched old world and let
him havo a glimpse of the star world
You will like the Westcrmayer Pia
nos, and you'll not And It hard to buy.
Hof fschlaeger Co , Ltd.
Kln and Bethel St.
;; top 'Xitias
louruienos win apprec
iate a GOOD PHOTO
GRAPH OF YOU for
a present, anJ 1 will
make the picture a gooj
one. CALL AND 8CU
J. J. WILLIAMS,
Take elevator In Bosson Block.
Washington, Dec 17. Charles Km
ory Smith of Phllailelpluu has tender
ed to flit; President his foimal resigna
tion as Postmaster (icncral, to tako
tftect inrly noxt mouth, nnd Hour)
f I'.iynt1 ol Wisconsin, vico chairman
of the Itepubllenu National Commit
tee, has niteptcd tho tender or tiio of
lice, to wlili li lie will bo Humiliated I lit
incrllntely after tho holiday iciest,
Hmltli has agreed to remain until Jan
u.tr) loth If necessary, but will return
Immediately thiMt-aftcr to Philadelphia.
to resunio tho editorship of the Phila
This rhnngu in tho Cabinet was for
mally announced at today's m-ssltm of
tlm Cnlilnet. All tho members of tho
Cabinet expressed their profound re
gret, und tho President paid a very
impiossivu trlbutu to tho services und
personality or tho retiring member ot
his official family. Ho said that ho
had sought to pursuada Mr. Smith to
alter his determination and to remain
in tho Cabinet, but without success,
ami 110 nail finally ncrepted Mr.
Smith's reasons as decisive.
Henry C. Puyuo Is one of tho incut
widely Known and active llepublleani
In the comitiv. Ho has been a Nntlon.
al Committeeman from Wisconsin for
over twenty years, nnd In tho last two
campaigns hus been In chaigu of tho
r.gnt in tlio Western States.
I'nyuo was born in Massachusetts
In 1i:i. Ilelused admission to tha
Union Army because of his dlmlnutlvo
blutuiv, ho moved to Mllwaul.eo when
hu was SO years old. He soon dlsnluy-
rd his organizing nbtllty In polities,
ami lormed tho Young Men's liiubll-
run luiiio or .tiiiwauiiee. Later tie was
elected chairman of tho State Central
Committee, nml In 1SK0 hu was put on
tho National Commltteo.
BULLETIN OF GOODS
Laces, Victoria Lawn, Lin
Lawn, Genuine Irish Lin
en Lawn, Grass Linens.
Handkerchief Linen Lawn,
Table Linen, 400 White
E)ed Quilts, 500 Sheets
ready made In all sizes
and qualities. VI 'i ti fi
Pillow Cases plain and
hemstitched; 20,000 yards
of Pillow Case Lace in all
widths. White Piques,
Fancy White Goods, White
Blankets, Turkish Towels.
Linen Towels, Ladles'
Muslin Underwear, Chil
dren's Hats and Bonnets,
Children's White Dress
es In all sizes. i'J VI US ft
Coods will be on display In
our windows and about the storo
by Sutmd.i. and everything
will bu marked In plain figures
so tliut you may eomo ami look
uliout nnd Judgo fur yourself tho
cMtaoiillnarily low piltes. . .
HONOLULU STOCK HXCHANGB
Honolulu, Deember 26, loot
NAME OF STOCK
I Cir'tal iJ-r
C Bffw.f ACotrctnv I emjert' 100!
N S StliD(l Co.L-1 &3,coo! nl
L.U. Ktrr (It Co,, LtJ t-.-o y-
few Plinf.tlon Co .... t.ono
HtwAltinAzrlculturilCo i.oooyn' v
Hlwillin Sue.r Co
Monoo-u MiE" -o
HonohASdtiar Co ..
HA'ko Sugir Co .,
Kahbhii Plintatlon Co
Kllltl Plant Co .Lll,
Kli'thuld Susar Co ...
Koloa Sugar Co.... .
0bu Sugar Co, .
Ookala Sugar Plan. Co.,
Olia Su. Co.. Lll , a 1 '
Paaohatj Su. Plan. Co .
PadSc Susar Mil
Pala Plantation Co.....
PtpwMco sugar (.0 .
Pioneer Mill Co. Asses
Wtlmaniio Susir Co
W.m Mill Co
Wl der SteimthlD Co.
Ittrltlin4 StMm N.Coj oo,ooo
1aitltn C'ectrlc Co , soo.oool
non. Kir id l.ft LanJCi
Mututl Telerhon Co...
Oahu Rvt Uni Co..
ttepia net Kltv-o
riri national DnRij
HawttlinGov 5 per cent
HUok. R. Co. 6 percent
Hon. kadi TrnIL...
tfw piantat'n 6 per cent
UJnU K tN LUli T'
0hu I'ljnutlun 6 p c
Olaa Plantation 6 p. c
WaMloa Acrlcul. 6 p c
yxaoow loo. 1
t,oo,ooc! to i
,WM,oooj lao 9)
J65.0001 ao jM!
I oo,ono 90,
5,ooo.oc joj. ..
a. 1.000 ioo 1
la),ooo igav.. .
Thu United States authorllles ar-t
still awaiting aihlccs regarding tho Im
provements contemplated nt the quar
antine station. At present there are no
Immigrants at the Kallhl camp.
Contain Wynmn. so long in com
mand of the steamer Noenu. has left
tho employ of tho Inter-Island Steam
ship Company and his place for the
present Is taken by Captain I'edersen
of tho Hnnnlcl.
Tho gasoline schooner ICdlpno put
hack to port Tuesday afternoon lr.tu
with tin; loss of her Jib and foresail
canted away In a squall off Mtitolu'I.
She departed again this morning on
her lrgukir trip.
Theic will be a meeting of the execu
tive committee of the Homo Utile party
this evening at the usual time and
place. Tho most Impoitant matter to
hu considered will bo tho coming rati
flcntlon nuetlng early In January.
The balk Olympic In tow if i'io
fearless will Ic.no for Knatiapali this
afternoon to rmuplrto tier cargo of su
far m.i' nr-t nwny from tho Maui P'irts
brfoir tho llrtt of the year. Tills 's
l.clrig done lo fuve the cargo finiu 1 1
ntloii under llti'vuilan law.
The ship George Curtis nfter a ttlp of
fifteen das from San Kraiu-sio ai
rlted this monlpg. I'Ue days utter
having the Co.t'at the vessel was half
way hcie nnd limi line tiip. Then she
tiiinunlercd tlm bad weather whlen
hr.s prevailed for the past two weeln
and was dela)eil therobv.
There will be a special meeting of tho
Hawaii Yacht Club at tho ofllco uf l.
L.. Weaver. Jr., Merchant street, oppo
site the roHtoltlce, nt 7:30 p. in, Mon
day, Dee. SO. The business of tlm
meeting will lie tho Incorporating n(
Die chili und of buying u elubhotiHti
site, A full attendance Is requested.
A hiicxman returning from a placo
mak.il of lien Inula street, near I'llkol,
shortly after midnight of Chrlstmni
day, was called to fiom out of the dark
ness by some man, Thu plaee was very
iiiitk nun, noi winning in gei inui an ar . -
kind of tumble, be whipped up lilv OF THE Ueflt&l Vilflir
norso ami inaile for tuuu us quickly an
possible. It Is his lii-llef that tho man
was n hlhnaman.
20,000 yards of
Pillow Case Lace
In nil widths will be sold at act
ual half price.
at prices that will asto.
New luitnlf;rtitlon Law Proposed.
Washington. Dec. 18. A new Immi
gration hill, which Is tho joint produc
tion of Senator 1'enroso and Commis
sioner tletiernl l'uwderly, has beeu In-
trtxltKiMl In the Senate by rrje. Tho
hill provides for nil educational test,
nnd In addition to the present system
of domestic Inspection of Immigrants
authorizes the appointment of Inspect
ors at the principal foreign Krts from
which Immigrants vail, with instruc
tions to exert Isp special kerutiuy of
tho pollcc records of Immigrants, with
the view of excluding nnnrchlsts. Tint
bill also provides fur tho deportatlou
or alien who prove to bo anarchists.
THURSDAY, JANUARY 2, AT 9 A., M. IS THE
BIG DAY. :. :.
PACIFIC IMPORT COMPANY, ".
ProjJrcsH Illuck, Fort Street.
wiu.aud n. brown.
W. A. LOVK.
FTtANK HAI.STEAD. ,
Halstead & Co;;
ON 8UQAR SECURITIES.
921 Fort Street.
Stock and Bond Exchange.
CLIINTOIN J. HUTCM11NS,
W JC Klar
a if dr
Stock and Bond Broker
Member of Honolulu Stock Eichangi
Orders for the purchase or sale of stocks
ana bonds carefully and promptly txscuUd.
Ground Floor, JudJ Building.
Postoffice Box 300. Telephone 169
VlcIlNERlNV BLOCK. FORT ST.
Judd & Co., Ltd.
807 Stangenwald Building.
P. O. Box 007. Tel. Main 886
No More Dread
AN HOUR IN THE MORNING
THE 8AME HOUR EVERY MORNING
or nftornoon, given to dictation, will
keep your correspondence "cleaned
up." Try It a month.
J. D. AVERY, Business Correspondent
Regularity! Certalntyl Despatchl
Tel. Main 76. 95:45. Elite Bldg.
The Bulletin's special Industrial edi
tion can be obtained at this office or
thi news-stands. Price 25 cents.
WHITE Mi BEATEN
A whlto mini wun ery badly beaten
In the PortUKuei.0 heer saloon at tho
corner of Klniiu nnd Punchbowl streets
lust nlRht. His assailants were a num
ber of Portuguese who had been cole
brutliiB Christmas nnd the pollen arc
now out after the men, who were mem
bers of the jjang of twenty or more.
Tho white man and tho PorlURiieso
had been drinking steadily and were
ery niueii tho worse for wear when an
ateument arose, Tho white man stuck
to his sldo of the proposition und thu
Portuguese stuck to thclis. Then
enmo a whirlwind of blows nn.i tii
foimer lay unconscious on the floor of
tho saloon, cut and bruised about the
heud und bodv
Thero was u kooiI slicd cloud at the
Navy wharf to sen the Hancock away
yesterday. The Mitdlcr hand 11 hoard
played many linn airs and tho hiusle
was enjoyed by thoso who heard It
As tlm pilot was uliout to leave the
.hlp outside ho was called back and
lind a small boy put aboard who had
stowed away In San rrnnclsco, been
put ashoro here and stowed away
sualn. Tho little fellow was taken
In i-hnrKo by a Keiitloman ashore who
will look out for him.
WILDER CO.'H HANDBOOK.
The Wlhlei gli-amshlp Co. h.is Just
Ikhui'iI a hirst- niiinbt r of small hand
books gMiiK Information about thu
Territory and particularly about the
TEKTII EXTRACTED AND FILLED
ABSOLUTELY WITHOUT PAIN -t
our late scientific method applied to thr
gums. No sleep-producing agents 01
These are the only dental parlors li
Honolulu having PATENTED APPLI
ANCES and Ingredients to extract, 01!
and apply 'gold crowns and porcelain
crowns undectecable from natural teeth
and warranted for ten years, WITH
OUT THE LEAST PAIN. All wori
done by GRADUATED DENTISTS ol
from 12 to 20 years' experience, and
each department In charge of a Special
ist Give u a call, and you will And
us to do exactly aa we advertise. W
will tell you In advanco exactly what
your work will cost Dy a FREE EXAMINATION.
Set Teeth SR.00
Islandof Hawaii. alwaK Interesting to;giih,l Kino
tourists. The hand-book Is ; particular-1 Sl(::::::-.-
II- IIPKI1-III- 1 Willi VIM' lilt- IHI-'ll " hl- I
liig Intruding tourists to tlm Islunds
nn Idea of what Is to bu seen and, In
"If I stand on my head tho blood
all rushes to my head, doesn't It?"
No one ventured to contradict him
"Now." ho rontlnued. trlmphnntly!
"when I stand on my feet why doesn't
tho blood all rush Into my lent?"
"Ileeause." replied Hostetter SIcOln-
nls, "your feel aro not empty." Tid.
this resptct. Iliiriice J. Ciaft, who com
piled the Information coutiiliud, has
sucieeiled n'liiarl.ably well. Ten thou
sand of the publications have been or
.dt red prlnltd and a large number of
copies will go foith by the City ol
Peking toiuoirow lo various steamship
and railroad ngenelfs und hotels on
The Evening nulletln,
75 centB per
NO DANGER Al NEW
YORK DENTAL PAR
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STRUMENT 18 THOR
AND EVERY NAPKIN
Our name alone will be a guarantn
that your work wilt be of the best.
New York Deutal Parlors.
Room 4. Elite Building, Hotel 8treei
LADIES IN ATTENDANCE.
HAS NEW GAMES
Wo havo on exhibition and for Balo the very latest novelties
from Santa Claus' workrooms Games that you havo seen advertlB
cd In tho leading magaxlnes and periodicals. Games for young peo
ple; games for old people; games for everybody. Hero arc some ot
tho names of new ones.
Burrows Balletto Boards
We havo all thu old games, as well.
Kor years our toy department has been a most popular institu
tion and tho stock Is In too great a variety to speak of separately
here. Thero Is only ono way to find out what we have. You are In
vited to call and sec everything.
and also many pretty toys. 3bBI
OUR TOY DEPARTMENT we warrant will not be disappointing. " ')H
E. W. JORDAN'S 1
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