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EVENING BULLETIb, UOI.OLULU. H. T., FRIDAY, DEC. 27, 1901.
There Are Handsome
Things At Elhers &&
and RIGHT NOW la tho time for you to como and buy
them tho finest assortment of holiday gifts In Honolulu.
All tho newest and most attractlvo novelties that the in
genious manufacturers have turned out this season.
HANDSOME LEATHER GOOD8, EXQUISITE PERFUMES,
FANCY 80APS, TOILET CA8E8, MANICURE 8ET8,
TRAVELING CASE8, EBONY GOODS, 8ILVER MOUNT
ED NOVELTIES, ETC., ETC. Come and See Them.
ELHERS & CO., FORT ST.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Thcto was,an altercation in tho Or
(hciim restaurant last-evening. A ne
gio slapped a lady of the same color
and tho latter threw about every plate
or plecn of furniture that was near by,
tegardlcss of windows or Chinese wait
ers. No urrests weie made.
Of life's plenum es. plctuie-taklug Is
one of the hilghfest. jne opportunh
ties offered by the possessrt'Jii of an
l.nntman Kodak add to health, educa
tion and enjoyment. Tho Honolulu
Photo-Supply Company are selling
them at n discount of 20 per cent from
regular prices. '
A child's voice rang out In song from
tho Navy Pay ofilce In the Capitol
basement this forenoon. It was n
charming episode for the clerical forces
In adjacent Federal and Territorial
unices. Passing through the corridor
a reporter caught a glimpse In a mirror
of a little hoy whirling round In a re
C. A. Cnsh, head lineman of he
Mutual Telephone Company, has gen
eral charge of the plant until the com
pany secures a new superintendent.
Mr. Corcoran, who has Just retired
from the position and left for the
Coast, will look up hU ruccessor on
his arrival over. Mr. Cah has been
with tho company for thlitcen years.
The HONOLULU INVESTMENT CO., Ltd.
Office Jndd Building, Merchant St.
THE GREENWICH INSURANCE CO.
General Assets ?9,583.7Pi-94-
ii THE NEW ZEALAND INSURANCE CO.
AgcIllS Subscribed Capital $5,000,000.00.
POf 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. QBAR, President. EMriETT MAY, Secretary.
' THE NEW YEAR'S GALL
and other calls should bo made with a beautiful box of
Tho boxes alono are suMrlcntly beautiful to charm tho most
tasteful, but when filled with Gruenhagen's French , Mixed and
Chocolates, will delight the most fastidious.
Candy Department of
WALL, NICHOLS CO., LTD.
two' stores in one.
By buying youi
Figs, Dates, Nuts
Layer Raisiis, Etc.
H.MAY & GO,
Telephones 33. 34, 03
P. O. Box 380.
A HAPPY :,
Begin the new year well
by furnishing the home
with pretty Jiirnlture
It I one of the fuTictlons
of this store to make the
parlor, dining room, bed'
room and every part of the
house beautiful. :. :.
CALL AND 8DB U8.
DOPP S CO.,
Leading Furniture Dealers
Cor. King and Bethel Sts.
.Music Is ouo of tho most heavenly of
arts, and tho tones of our Wcstermayer
I'lauos do taku one quite away and
above this wretched old world and let
him have a glimpse 0f tho star world
You will like tho Wcstei mayer I'la
nos, and you'll not And It hard to buy.
Hoffschlaeger Co , Ltd.
King and Bethel 8ts.
NEW YEAR WELL
By having your photo
taken. My work Is
of the highest quality
J. J, Williams,
Take eleva'tor In Boston Bfock.
AN HOUR IN THE MORNING.
THE SAME HOUR EVERY MORNING
or afternoon, Riven to dictation, will
Keen your correspondence "cleaned
ui)." Try It n month.
J. D. AVERY, Business Correspondent
FROM GOVERNOR'S COUNCIL
Semi-oicial Statement from the Com
panyThe Question But Inform
ally Submitted to the
"The Rapid Transit Company has
not made application for the approval
of Its plans for construction of. a line
ftom Alexander street to Walklki road
and out that thoroughfare to Walklki,
as was stated erroneously In the after
noon papers of jesterday. The fact!
arc entliely nt ,iilancc. The proper
ty owners hmc all signed the petition
and the government has nppioved the
extension from Wilder avenue through
Alexander street, Hcretanla street and
MiCiilly street nnd the extension ol
the same, to the Walklki road, reach
ing It at n point opposite the house 0
"Many property owners along tho old
Walklki roatl, now the Kalla rnad.-are
desirous that the Rapid Transit line
shall run through that way on the
routo to the pari. This plan would
take the line down from tho point at
which It strikes tho WalHlkl road and
along the Kalla road until It reaches
tho ronil running from a point oppo
site the residence of J. F. Rrown.
which tho line would follow, return
ing to tho main Walklki road at what
Is 'known as the nishop switch on thn
"Tho residents of Walklki beyond
the hotels and out to Kaplolanl park
object to tho detour of 2000 feet from
the direct lino out the new Walklki
road, which would result 'from the ill
vergenco to the old road. They, are
urging the board that the line .shall
be run direct along the new road to
the park. No decision has been made
as to which line shall be followed and
no application hag been mare for
privilege of constructions to the
Executive Council. All that has been
dune Is to consult tho government to
iscertnln Its views In the matter since,
'10m the standpoint of tho company,
t Is to bo tho greatest good to the
"The announcement that tho Rapid
Transit hns madn application to go up
Vint Rticet Is Incorrect. Tho only ap
illcatlon which has been made In
nnncctlon with the Alnke.i street line
i that alter It shall have reached a
mint on I'unclibowl street opposite the
imposed Junction of that street with
he Intended extension of Kuaklnl
iticct. that it be allowed to run along
Kuaklnl street nnd thence up Nuuanu,
instead of being compelled to continue
along Punchbowl to Pauoa valley."
The foregoing article. Impugning the
accuracy of the nftcrnnon papers, ap
pears In today's Advcitlser and was
evidently dictated by the Rapid Tran
sit Company. Most likely It Is straight
goods, yet tho afternoon papers are In'
nocent of cither caielcssness or mis
What the Hullctin published yester
day was precisely what was given to
Its rlpniter by the pilvnte secretary ot
the Governor, lie said that two par
tics" bad protested against the Wat
klkl route previously submitted by the
company, but claimed that It would
be Improper at thnt stage to give tin
nnmes. On this nccuslon no other re
porter was present.
What the Hullctin published soma
ilnya before about "going up Kort
sticct" was Just what Private Secre
tary Haueg divulged to tho reporters ol
this paper and tho Star.
L. A. Thurston, president of the
Rapid TmnBlt Compijny, was asked It
the stat I tent In the Advertiser worn
correct. Ho answered in tho aftlrma,
ttt'Ci DBl' n. tin I. n .1 biiihIIa.I .1... ,..?
...V, (JMtUtt XV MttU OlII'iHIVU U1U JUf)r
nintion. Further, Mr. Thurston htated
that iHjwa relative to tho Rupld Tran
sit Company's affairs given nut to th
press from tho Governor's Council wai.
invariably Inaccurate. Ho .had re
qiU'ttetl tho Advertiser reporter, nt the
Capitol to Inquire or hlmrelt or some
of Hie directors regarding any truiisM
tlfns of the company with thn (lovern
merit beforo publishing a report there
on. As n matter of fact. .Mr. Thurs
ton said, the WaiMM route pioposl
Hon was only submitted InroimnHv tn
tho (iowmor mi that it might be talk-
on over linroro definite plans wero per
Regularity! Certainty! Despatch!
Tel. Main 76. 9 5:45. Elite Bldg,
The Bulletin's special Industrial edl
tlon can be obtained at this office or
thi news-stands. Price 25 cents.
8end the weekly edition of the Bui
letln to your friends. Only $1 a year,
Dr. Plerce'a Elef
trie Body Battery
Away with Drue I Invai
tlgau. SnJ lor "Book
tt No. " A4iretl t
PIUKCB VJLUCTKIC CO.
M'-ket St., S. P
LOCAL AND GENERAL
The Bulletin's special Industrial edi
tion can be obtained at this office or
the newsstands. Price 25 cents.
Hoy wanted In office. See classified
Printing ami developing at Honolulu
Photo Supply So.
Rev. and Mrs. K. M. Thwlng and
Child are In tho city.
Deal has a flno stock of wall papers,
etc. , telling nt low figures.
J. H. Agasslz of Cotton Bros., re
turned In the Mauna I.oa today.
.Sale of unclaimed freight on Mon
day, Dec. 30, by Jas. F. Morgan.
Begin tho new year well by having
your photo taken at J. J. Williams.
The French cruiser I.c Protc't will
arrive nt this port about January IS.
Comes & McTlgbc, .successors to Ca
mara & Co., liquor dealers. 95 King st.
Underwriter's sale of furniture, Mon
day, Dec. 30 at .las. F, Morgan's auction
Tho Eureka wa supposed to havo
sailed from Seattle for this port on the
The Olympic was towed over to
Kaanapall by the Fearless yesterday
Good family horse with phaeton Is
for sale. Horse Is good under saddle,
Captain Peterson of (he Ilannlol
has taken temporary command of the
Captnln Cutler of tho Kllkltat re
ports that his cabin was twlco flooded
while off Molokal.
The weekly edition of the Evening
Bulletin gives a complete summary of
the newi ot the day.
It Is one ot the functions ot Hopp &
Co. to mako the home beautiful with
The bark Andrew Welch, Captain
Drew, sailed from San Francisco on
the 19th for Honolulu.
Meet mo nt tho Fountain the popu
lar Ice cream and soda water resort;
Wall. Nichols Co.. Ltd.
Mrs. Chas. Pederscn, wife of Captain
Pcdcrsen of the Intcr-Isl.iud Co., Is
hack from n visit on Hawaii.
l.eo Tom.1 & Co., Ltd., 33 King street,
today kcII their good Manila cigars
f i om $3.50 to $3.00 per hundred.
The O I.uso will nut he published to
morrow but will ome out New Year'n
liny with n special holiday edition.
The ship Mary I.. Ciishlng sailed
fiom Newcastle December 17, bound
for this port with a cargo of coal.
J. I.. Coke, tho Walliiku attorney, ar
rived by the Mnuna I.oa this morning
(or a short business trip to this city
Bourbon Whiskey, 6 years old, $3.S0j
Claret. SO cents; Sherry nnd Tokay, 73
cents a gallon at Hoffschlneger Co. 'a
Auction sale of fruit and potatoes li y
Jas. F. Morgan at 12 o'clock Monday.
A notice regarding sewer rates up
pears In this issue.
Aboard tho Peru were nineteen Chi
nese rejected by 'the Immigration au
thorities In Saq Francisco. They an.
on their way back to China.
Peach and Apple Jack (branly),
from old Kentucky, for Southerners
and others, nt the Kncore Saloon,
northwest corner Nuuanu and Hotel
Roy Chamberlain, Collector of In
ternal Heenue, has not yet beard any
thing f i "in Washington regarding bis
application for the assistance of an
Among the nnlvals from Hawaii and
Maul purls in the Mauna I.oa this
morning wero thu following Miss M,
Scnrle. . J.. Kmury, John Richardson
and Miss F. J. Scott.
Tlio Klnnu will Unvo Honolulu for
11. lo and wny pint 'u December 20.
and letiirn iii'i.nlay o.'lcinoon of .Ian
nary I. The fare for the round trip on
this occasion will ho only $K
Tho choir of tho Second Congrega
tion 'of St. Andrew's Cathedral will o
peat tlu C'hr'flmas m'Hi.' at the Sun
'day morning service, nt 0: IS o'lloik.
All members must he ,ie&cu:.
Wray Taylor, Commissioner of Agit
culture, accompanied Mr. Griffith, the
forestry expert of the Federal Agricul
tural Department, on a visit to the
Nuanii nureserles this morning,
U. M. Martin appeared In the Police
Court this forenoon on tho charge of
ossault and battery nn Peter llorclm.
He pleaded not guilty to tho charge and
the case went over until tomorrow
Tho largest shipment nt packages
that hag ever como to Honolulu In a
Steamer from the Coast, arrived In thn
Alameda on her Inst trip. Thesv pack
ages were consigned to Wells, Fargo &
Co. Kxpress. ,
The City of Peking from the Orient
was confidently expected In bright anil
early this morning. She should bo
along at any moment. Her delay has
undoubtedly been caused by the recent
, Miss J. Valentino Spltzcr, a teacher
In the Normal school here and now
spending her vacation In Chicago, has
become engaged to Charles T, Lewis, a
civil engineer of that city. The mar
riage will take place In April. '
Keuwe (w) has brought suit for dl
vorco against Win. '., II. Olepnu on
the ground of non-support. The II
Delimit stutes In the complaint that shu
has lled with her parents since 1897
Arhl & Johnson for the liuellant.
Central Union church, 11 a, m. Rev.
Wm. Morris Klncald will preach,' sub
Ject. "The Enigma of l.lfo;" 7:30 p. m...
subject: "Tim Blank Page of the New
Yen What Shall Wo Wrlto On It."
0:30 p. m. Christian Endeavor ser
lice; subject: "Niimbeilng our Days."
I.e.l by Rev. Win. M. Klncald.
Col. Thomas Fitch istelved by a late
mull u iihcful und cohlly remembrance
Mm wnlr of his rrlcudtdilp with thi
lately deieahed Phil Armour, tho mill,
tl-mllllonalie ot Clilcai;o. The gift,
f I om a lelutltii of the deceased. Is n
pair of cuff buttons, finely cut Intaglios,
artistically set In guld. Col. Fitch
prli-es them highly especially for tho
remeiubiaiices they mint.
5K a I A New Tennis
TENNIS PLAYER Oxford
." 3 a Steamer Oxford
The hlglieHt grade , 3klf
of this shoe in ml c. g"Br ..
Hub extra rubber t WV?
soles, to replace & jU
the prenent ones, mtlT
when worn out. wW9L.
McINERNY SHOE STORE
sale of white pods
NEW YEAR GREETINGS.
We will begin tho New Year with tho greatest low-price
snlc of white goods ever held In this city. Salu begins at 9 a. m,
Thursday morning, Januaiy 2d. I'ai2. Bargains offered such as
will prove a great money-saving oppoilunlty to you. ,; ,: ,:,.:
BULLETIN OF GOODS
Lacet, Victoria Lawn, Lin
Lawn, Genuine Irish Lin
en Lawn, Grass Linens,
Handkerchief Linen Lawn,
Table Linen, 400 White
Bed Quilts, 500 Sheets
ready made In all sizes
and qualities. Vi VI VI Vi
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' Hats and Bonnets,
Children'! White Dress
es In all size. Vi Vi Vi Vi
(ioods will be on display in
our windows and about the store
by Saturday, and over) thing
will bo marked In 'plain figures
so that you may (onu- and look
itlinut and Jiulg'o for yourself the
cvtiaordlnnrlty low prices. . .
20,000 yards of
Pillow Case Lace
In nil widths will bo sold at act
ua! half price.
at prices that will asl(. '"' vou.
THURSDAY, JANUARY 2, AT 9 A M, IS THE
.: .:. BIG DAY. :. :.
PACIFIC IMPORT COMPANY, "
Progress lllock, Fort Street.
CLINTON J. MUTCMIINS,
J. H. FISHER
Slock and Bondjirokers.
FIRE ASSOCIATION, of Philadelphia
WESTERN A8SURANCE CO, Of To-
Offices Stangenwild Bldg, Mo
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGB
Honolulu, Dumber 27, lost
NAME OF STOCK fjf ?( BI4
C. Rr.wrr kCfHTJiny l..y ltx
H S SictllDO.Co t't to too 100
L.B. Km Si Co,, LU . ' M,x l:
ewt Plantation Co ... '
Hawaiian Com fcSuCo.
Hawaiian Sugar Co ..
Honomu Sugar Co
Honokaa Sugar Co. . . .
Haku Sugar Co ...
Kanuku Plantation Co
KlhIPIanLCo..Lti. .. .
Klpahutu Sugar Co. ....
KrtlAa S-jar Co
O.fcu Sural (.0 , 1.
Pnomta Sugar Co i.
Ookala Sugar Flan. Co
OlaaSu. Co.. Ltl., at I
Olaa Su Co.Lti.
Cllowalu Conranv. ...
Paautiau Su. Plan. Co
PacISc Sugar Mill
Pals Plantation Co..,.
PtHtkco Sugar Co ,.
PIMM, Mill CO....
PlMiMr Mill Co. Altai
Walalua Agr. Co ,
Walluku Sugar Co
Walnanalo Sugar Co
Walnaa Milt Co
Wl Att Stt amthle Co. .
Hoa. Rapid T.fclanlCo
Oahu Rv f. Lanl Ca
rtoeia ica at Kii t-o
Flrtt National Bank....
FlfMA.S Bank T. Co
Hawaiian Gov s'rcrctnt
Hllo R. R. Co. 6 ptrcant
Hon. wapli Titntlt.. ..
Ewa PUnfat'n 6 tf cant
uanu k l t.o pr. c
Olaa 1'iantatlun 6 p. r
Walalua Agrlcih t p c
The Editor's Mistake.
I'll paste this I el low once." he said,
(Ho was tho wily editor)
I'll swat him fore nnd aft. by Jove'"
(the other was the creditor)
'I'll rip him up tho bach." lie vald.
(He Krabbed his trenchant pen)
rl'II 8 pare nn lutld epithet."
(He crabbed some paper then)
'I'll swat him mid I'll paste him,"
(Hut ho show nl such lecUless hasto
That when bo reached out for tho Inle
(Ills pen stuck In the paste )
m , m
Weekly edition of the Bulletin 1 a
WILI.AUD E. DROWN.
W. A. LOVK.
Halstead & Co;;
ON SUGAR SECURITIES.
921 Fort Street.
Stock and Bond Exchange.
Stock and Bond Broker
Member of Honolulu Stock Eichingt
Orders for the purchase or sale of stocks
ana bonds carefully and promptly executed.
Ground Floor. Judd Bulldlnr.
Hostoffice Box )oo. Telephone 169
MclNERISY BLOCK. PORT ST.
Judd & Co., Ltd.
307 6tanenwald Building.
P. O. Box 007. Tel. Main 388
No More Dread
of thb Dental Chair
TEETH EXTRACTED AND FILLED
DSOLUTELY WITHOUT PAIN b)
jur lato scientific method applied to tht
turns. No sleep-producing agenti 01
These are the only dental parlors In
Honolulu having PATENTED APPLI
ANCES and Ingredients to extract, fill
and apply gold crowns and porcelain
crowns undectecable from natural teetb
and warranted for ten yean, WITH
OUT THE LEAST PAIN. All work
done by GRADUATED DENTISTS ol
from 12 to 20 years' experience, and
each department In charge of a, Special
ist Give, us a call, and you will find
ua to do exactly aa ne advertise. We
will tell you In advance exactly what
your work will cost oy a FREE EX
AMINATION. Set Teeth S5.00
Gold Crown. SB.00
Gold Filling 91.00
Silver Fllllnfta SOe
Our name alone will be a guarantee
that your work will be of the best.
New York Dental Parlors.
Room 4, Elite Building, Hotel Street
LADIES IN ATTENDANCE.
. Hours. 8 a. 111. to G p. m.
Bundays, U a. 111. to 12 m.
HAS NEW GAMES
Wo havo on exhibition an 1 for sale tho very latest novelties
from Santa Clans' workrooms Games that you have seen advertls
ed In the leading magazines and periodicals. Games for young peo
pie; games for old people; games for everybody. Here are some ot
the names of new ones.
Burrows Balletto Boards
Wo havo all tho old games, as well, and also many pretty toys.
For years our toy department has been a most popular Institu
tion aiul tho stock Is In too great a arlety to spealt of separately
hero. There Is only one way to find out what e have. You are In
vited to call and se everything.
OUR TOY DEPARTMENT we warrant will not be disappointing.
E. W. JORDAN'S
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