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tfVKNINO BULLETIN, hJt.OLULTJ, II. T., MONDAY, DEC. 30, 1M1
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Ilemcmbcr tho necessity of sending a Rift to the frlends
whom you overlooked at Christmas time. Remember also
that wo have reduced our prices from 25 per cent to 50
por cent on Holiday floods.
Reduction on tile most beautiful of
Chatelaine and Shopping Dags; all
Leather Goods, new this season and
decidedly tho correct and suitable
things to give to the ladles.
Reduction on the most elegant of Ster
ling fillver Novelties, Manicure Sets,
Needle Sets, etc., etc. Traveling and
Toilet Cases, Military Brushes, etc.
NEW IDEA PATTERNS
are sold at 10 centsjeach. You cannot get any other Pat
terns half as satisfactory as they, because they embody
Ideas of style, fashion and general all-round satlsfactorlncss
that no others possess. Remember the small price, 10c each.
ELHERS & CO,, FORT ST.
The D0N0LULU INVESTMENT CO., Ltd.
Office Jidd Biitdiig, Merchait St.
THE GREENWICH INSURANCE CO.
Assets $ i, 373,3 1 8.29.
THE INS. COMPANY OF NORTH AMERICA.
Assets $9,583,791 .94.
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.
WILD UNITE MM
BISHOP WILLIS POSTS
NUTIlbS IN CATHEDRAL
Would Hand Orer One Congregation
No; Two, To Ntw Biiiwp
Ulshop Willis at yesterday's services
In bt. ntxliews C.iiuediai, notlucd tno
ii.cuibc.R ot both Darisliis frum the pill
pit and by written notices that all who
dcsltcu to come into tho union of tue
Cutluural and Second Congregation
parishes could do so by registering
tlicir names In tho Cathedral Keglstr)
book on or before January U, UOi.
ihese notices were placed In con
spicuous places on the cnuicdral'doors:
Tho Anglican Church In Hawaii,
having Its synod, held in tho city
of Honolulu, on tho second nnd follow
ing days of December, 1901, solemnly
promised allegiance to the constitution
and canons of the Protestant Episcopal
Church' In the United Slates of Am
erica, the said constitution will go
Into effect on January 1, 1902, and all
appointments mado by the Bishop of
Honolulu and licenses Issued by Mm
subject to tba order of tho Church cf
England wlil require, provi.lcil they
are in accordance with tho constitu
tion of the Protestant Episcopal
Church, to be renewed subject to u
declaration of assent to the book of
common prayer of the Protestant Epis
copal Church In tho United States, and
It not renewed within fifteen days af
ter the said first day of January, 1902,
will become null aud void.
Otven under our baud and seal this
twenty-seventh day of December, In
the year of our Ixrd 1901,
Ulshop of Honodlulu.
The HONOLULU INVESTMENT CO., Ltd.
General Insurance, Real Estate and Financial Agents
A. V. QEAR, President. EMflETT MAY, Secretary.
THE NEW YEAR'S GALL
I other calls should bo mado with a beautiful box
T!ir tue.i .
tasteful. b'ii vrb'
oi. ire sufficiently beautiful to charm the most
" n led with Gruenhagen's French Mixed and
t "flt the most fastidious.
, Candy Department of
NICHOLS CO LTD.
"WO STORES IN ONE.
By baying your
Figs, Dates, Nits
Layer Raisins, Etc. .
H, MAY & CO.
Telephones 92, 24, 02
P. O. Box 380.
Music Is one of the most heavenly o'
arts, and the tones of our Westermayci
Pianos do take one qulto away am'
abovo this wretched old world and )o
him have a glimpse of tho star work
You will like the Westermayer Pla
noB. and you'll not find it bard to buy
Hof fschlaeger Co , Ltd.
Kind and Bethel 8ts.
A HAPPY :.
Begin the new year well
bv furnishing the home J
with pretty furniture
It Is one of the functions
of this store to make the
parlor, dining room, bed
room and every part of the
house beautiful, :. -.
CALL AND 6BB U8.,
flOPP & CO.,
Leading Furniture Dealers
Cor. King udMielSts.
Election of wardens and vestrymen
for St, Andrew's Cathedral under the
new order. In effect January 1, 190!.,
All male communicants of the Angli
can Church In Hawaii, or of tho Pro
testatit Episcopal Church of the unit
ed States (not under the age of elijh
trcn years), who have been residents
In Hawaii tdnco July 1, 1901, or who
uhnll have registered' their names In
the registry book of tha cathedral war
dens on or before the 9th day of Jan
uary, 1902, will bo ontltled to vote at
the election of wardens and vestrymen
of Ht. Andrew's Cathedral for the en-
oulng year, to bn hold In the Cathedral
school room on Friday, the 10th day 0!
Tba registry book will be open for
denatures everv cvcnlne In the cath
cdral school room from Monday, I)e-
ccmtiur 30, lQl, to Tliursuay, January
'), 1902, from 7:30 to 9 p. m., Inclusive
excepting Tuesday, December 30, Wed
nesday, January 1, and Sunday, Janu
(Signed.) ALFFRED WILLIS,
VICAR V. II. KITCAT,
Bishop Willis mado the announce
ncnt at tho morning services of his
congregation. It was hU deslro to ef
'ect a harmonious union of the two
'ongrcgatlons In order that he might
,urn over a united church to the blah
I to succeed him. During tha services
if the Second Congregation an hour
later, Rev. Alex. Mackintosh slated
hat he had received a letter from
lishnp Willis which "attacked the
'itallty of the congregation." I If
.vould therefore call a meeting of the
ongrrgatlon for 7:30 o'clock Momlaj
ivrnlng to consider the matter.
In tbc afternoon, there was a meet
ng of the church wardens of the Sep
md Congregation with Mr. Mackintosh.
The wardens, Messrs. W. It. Castle,
r., and T. Cllve Davles reported the
ccclpt of a letter from Bishop Wlllli
Hating that an election of wardens
'or the Cathedral would bo held Frl
lay, January 10, 1902, at which time
je hoped the Second Congregation
tould be willing to Join with the
Cathedral congregation, making oni
'ongregatlon only. It was also asked
'.hat word be sent to all Protestant
ommunlcnnts with the request that
hey register their names before Jan
lary 9, 1902, which would give them a
ight to vote at the meeting.
The meeting of the Second Congrega
'Ion tonight promises to be full of lu
'crest ns tha HccnteH of tha varloui
nlnlstcrs now pcrfoimlng their ilullet
'indcr the Bishop's authority from th
Church of England, Is Involved.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
The Bulletin's special Industrial edi
tion can be obtained at this office or
the news-stands. Price 25 cents.
Mlts Wlddlflcld Is back from Kauai.
Printing mid developing at Honolulu
Photo Supply So.
Corner lot In Kalmukl truct. Seu
For Halo column. I
Lodge I.c Progrcs holds Its regular!
monthly meeting tonight.
A. A. Mcntano has tho seasons
latest crritlons In fine millinery,
Tho steamer Maul will sail lor Ha
waii ports on Thursday nt 6 p. in.
A centrally located cottage Is for
rent. Sco To Ict column on page 8.
Tlicro will bo no session of the
Slock Exchnngo on New Year's Day.
liuiuui At .ilcl'lgne, Biiu ! lu Ca
intra & Co. liquor deulers. OS King St.
The bark Katulanl aml'barkentlno
W. II. Dlmond will sail tor Snu Frati'
Wong Hhum has discontinued hi
suit lor replevin against High Shvrln
Arthur M. Drown.
Ilia weeHiy tuition ot the Kveniug
lullelln gives a complete ruminary of
be news ot ihn day.
Meet me at tho Fountain the popu
.ar Ice cream and soda water resort;
Wall, Nichols Co., Ltd. y
Well located 6-room cottage at Ma
klkl for salo or rent. Sco Uco. 1). Mc
Clellan & Co.'s ad on first jisse
Leo Toma & Co., Ltd., 33 King street,
today sell their good Manila cigars
from $3.50 to $5.00 por hundred.
Bourbon Whiskey, C years old, $3.50;
Claret. 60 cents; Sherry nnd Tokay, 75
iienta a gallon at lloffschlaegcr Co.'s
E. E. Paxton and Albort Itaas are
among thoso booked to arrive hero
In tho Sonoma tomorrow lrom Ban
The Arlon Ocrman Society will give
its first entertainment, musical and
literary at Elks' Hall, Thursday even
ing, January 2.
The steamer Ventura, dun to arrive
from tho Colonies tomorrow, wilt be
(iven tho quickest posslbln dispatch.
nmnlnlng here but a short'tlmo.
Among the arrivals from Maul porta
in the Claudlno Saturday were the fol
lowing: Mrs. George Weight, II. C.
Harrow, O. Mason and F. W. Becklcy.
Tho schooner Ilob Hoy returned to
;ou this morning from .Pearl rlvcf
with a cargo of sand. Slio sailed on
iamrdny and mado n very fast rounc
'ine bark o. 1). llryant arrived here
,hls morning niter n trip of thlrteci,
itj-B lrom ban Francisco. Homo rougn
vi"i"'r hut favorable winds were en
NEW YEAR WELL
By having your photo
taken. My work Is
of the highest quality
' nnd prices rentionohlc
J. J, Williams,
Take elevator In Boston Block.
AN HOUR. IN THE MORNING
THE 8AME HOUR EVERY niORNING
or afternoon, given to dictation, will
keep .your correspondence "cleaned
up." Try it a monin.
J. D. AVERY, Business Correspondent
Regularity! Certalntyl Despatchl
Tel. Main 76. 95:45. Elite Bldg
3AIlTLETT-OUHNnY At St, An
drew's Cathedral, Honolulu, Decern'
ber 28, by tho Rev. Alex. Mackintosh
Mr. Charles Gartlcld llartlett and
Miss Ethel Pearl Ourney. '
"Hullo, ltlll, old chap, outer rruodl
I thought as 'ow you was right for a
:iirlslmas dinner at the bexponso o)
.he country," exclaimed a rough dla
noud to an acquaintance who bad Just
men released from durance vlln
'Ain't It bloomln' 'ard luck?" was the
tnswer. "'Zactly throe weeks before,
.'brlHtmaa even,' I Baytt to myself, 'I
mist ranlce pvrvlslon for what folkf
all the festivity teuton.' 80 I Vnultr
1 covu in 'opes of gcttlu' a month. The
)cak as I wor 'ad afore- reads mo a
cctitr', an', as he said, tempered Jua
Ice with mercy by glvin' mo thrm
eeks; ao, In rourso, 1 gets out last
-light. Ain't It aggrawatln' when r
ove hexpoctcd a good dinner lu
Vod7" Spare Momenu.
Evidently Mr. Bryan Is no longer a
'avorlto son ot Nebraska, Pblladel
Tha Bulletin's special Industrial dl
tlon can be obtained at this office 01
thv ntws-stands. Price 25 cents.
for TZ OQLUkK
TimM ill 4 r imit 111 .
atttx'ir 1utit fur Hit
luutil jitih. 1 nt-t 11
tfnuoimf II W. mnm:
Uy M romtort in ILvrui
tha will! IntrvfltrallP
nvwi.1" dlTlwr mil mrontih.n n-.ia.un;wa
arm r.liH tc ounip and thli wttk r.lISS
ins TINS Sfr wMiUIUM4C
ttiiwii nnd Apple Jack (brandy),
'rum old Kentucky, for Southerners
md others, at tho Encore Saloon
lurthwcBt corner Nuuauu and Hotel
James N. K. Koola has reslgnco
.hu oltlcu of clnrk of the Second Jud
ml Circuit, liaul, because llnvlng'bceti
M'noln'ed ax assessor ho canno
hold two oOcm.
Word comes that tho French crulsei
t'rotet will arrive hero and uiako 1
visit about tlm third week In January
Jho will then sail for tho South Seas
wheru her ofllcera and crew had surl.
1 uicny time a year ago.
V. W. Carter, manager ot the Parkct
ranch In Walmca, Hawaii, mot with a
bad accident 'Friday. His team rai
away and Mr. Carter In Jumping to
invo lilmHclr, sustained sovernl severe
The Jury In the Honolulu Plantation
Company caso went down to Pear
larbor today. They left by train, at
) o'clock, and wer met by a wagon, in
which the trip over the plantation is
The meeting In the V. M. C. A. Bun
lay afternoon was very well attended
3cv. O. P. Emerson delivered on.ad
Jress on "Christ's Introductions." Mrs.
gatha Kellcy of Portland, Ore., sang
for the young men.
Another one of the large cocnanut
trees at the Watklkl Annex fell ovel
the other day and stretched Itself ovci
the main driveway, smashing the 'two
fences, tub tree is tue mini one tnai
haa fallen this year.
A feature of the service nt tho Chris
tian church last evening was an orl
zlnul Christmas anthem by Prof. E.
,Cook, tho organist and choir leader.
tlrs. ,11. V. Morgan and Mrs. Agatna
Xeeley took tho fcolo parts.
At St. Andrew's Cathedral, Sunday
uornlng, tha Rev. V. II. Kltcat gava
notice that from on and after Sunday,
'unitary 19, 1902, tho prayerbook of the
Protestant Episcopal Church of Am
irlca will be used In that church.
aptaln Slmeruon ot tho steamei
launn I-oa will remain liere.thls wenl
vbllo his steamer Is on tho ways. The
mrser of tho Manna oa mid l)l lis
llstauts will go out In the Hall lu place
)f tbo regular force who will bavo u
ii-ll-enriii'd vacation ashoro.
Of life's pleasures, picture-taking Ir
no of tho brightest, 'ine opiwrtunl
los' offered by the possustlon of 1111
Eastman Kodak odd to Health, educa
Inn and enjoyment. Tbo Honolulu
c'hoto-Bupply Company cru selling
hem at a discount ot 20 per cent front
Tho Princess, Prlnco Cupid's now
beat. Is expected hero In tho Ventura
cinorrow. sou was put In a raco In
.ho Colonics and It la expected thai
jho will brlux a cup up with her. Local
achtsmcu nro anxiously awaiting her
irrlval and aro worrying over what
;lasB she wilt go In.
A crowd of excursionists -ami thr
Territorial Band departed for llllo In
he Klnau this morning. A One time
s oxpciitilil aud all preiiaratlons bavt
it en madb.at llllo for the arcominoda
Ion of tho visitors. - As the vessel
mlled away from tho wharf thc band
llayed many farewell tuneB. Among
ho paskengorH for tho races wai
Prince Cupid, who will act as a Judge.
The Australian shells of the lloalan'
Club aro being thoroughly overhaulcC
it tho clubhouse by J. T. WlllyHmtslg
nha for many yoars was In chargo o.
he bouts or out or tun largo Aiixtrn
Kan rowlug clubs. Tho lapntreal
loats will bo put In first-class condl
ton and nisdo ns much allkn as pos
iblt. The shell purchased from the
Olympic Club of San Francisco will bf
-emodeled and mado miner. 1110 r
pairs being made to the old boats and
be purchRMi of two now onea will pu
'he club In splendid shape for practice
SHOE FOR A
The hl(Jhct (Jrndc
of thU ulioo mnile.
lint extra rubber
hoIch, to replace
the present ones,
when worn out.
A New Tennis
J. H. FISHER
Stock aid Bond.Brolers.
FIRE ASSOCIATION, ef Philadelphia
WESTERN A88URANCE CO, of T
ronto. Offices Stangenwald Bldg, Mo
HONOLULU STOCK HXCIIANOB
Honolulu, December )o, loot
McINERNY SHOE STORE
sale of white goods
NEW YEAR GREETINGS.
We will begin tho New Year with the greatest low-prlco
sale ot whltu goods ever held In this cly. Bale begins at 9 a. m.
Thursday morning, January 2d, 1902. bargains offered such as
will prove a great money-saving opportunity to you. : ,: .: :
BULLETIN OF GOODS
Laces, 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. f tt l &
Pillow Cases plain and
hemstitched; 20,000 yards
of Pillow Case Lace in all.
widths, White Piques,
Fancy White Goods, White
Blankets, Turkish Towels,
Llnsn Towels, Ladles'
Muslin Underwear, Chil
dren' Hats and Bonnets,
Children's White Dress
es In all size. Hf XT ft
Goods will bo on display In
our windows and about tho store
by Saturday, and everything'
will be marked In plain figures
so that you may como and look
about and Judge for yourself the
extraordinarily low prices. .
NAME OF STOCK pjfj'jj -?! BUI 4ltel
, Brw.r a-Coflirint. i,.-. loo1 tf
S ttl DO.Co.fi 6oo loo v
LB. Km Co., LU., mmo y a
wt Pltntitton Co ... 1.000.000 . . . tH
tiwiiiinAsTlcuimriiO i.ooo.ouo ill
UHnCom SiSuCo f.ti.tv
Htvitlin Suctr Co ... t,ooo,coo w fo
.onomu Sucir Co .. tvmco tco. ly
HoftohttSuKtf Co.... tooooo o t ....
HikaSo(ftrCo ..... yio.000 itoj
ilthuliil Pl.ntttlnn Co. to-oc Ui
ln.lpl.nl Co. .111. ... l.oo. v
CI.hula Suc.r Co. 160,0a lot irt
ColooSuftrCo x,co loc i6
HfRryJ.SuCoLJ. ., ..oo. S
O.fcu Sugar Co- . fcOoo.001 im .
'Viobws SacarCo iooa a
0kH Sutir Pt.o. Co m.00 w
OI So. Co.. til., HI Ul.on
OImS ' 0.L1S. rJ up ( isoo-oa iS
Ulovtlu Coaponr i)o,oo ot
Paouluia 5u. Plan. Co. f.000.00 ...
Pacific hucar Mill foooa lac ti
Pais Plaouilon Co.... iv" "
PiDMktoSurarCo.... to.o in ... m
PionoM Mill Co ..jo."' its ... It
PlonMt Mill Co. A(M 5".c 4H
Walalua Aff. Co , , ..' tl
Walluku Sutar Co too.oo 10
Walaaulo Sutai Co . !." 'II
Walona Mill Co 15.00 ur
ISff SlaaathlpCn.., soo,oa u loo
ltM-Ula4 Sttaai N.Co jo.o in f
.laoailan E'KirlcCo.,. io,eo 100 , ... til
Hoo.Bi.l4T taoJCo isoj ic
Morul Ttltphon Co tnw 10 ......
OUoRy Un4Co... ,oao.oo la 01H
Pooylo't In at R'l'c Co ijo.m i
Flrtl Natioaal Bank ,.
HawallanOoy $ oof com ,n, ,
Hllo R. R Co. 0 pmont
Hu. all fianalt. 10a
tata Papat'ii 6prf com ,'. ,
Oahu K A L Co. rr-c
oahu Planulloa 6 r c Ml
Olaa P..n.ailun 6 p. c
WaiaJ.a Allied, op c I
MARRY ARMITAGE HICK.
Broker Arraltage Is very sick and
will bo confined to his room for about
a week. Several weeks ago ho had a
fall and cut his leg. The treatment
provided for the injured limb did not
dn the good It was supposed and In
stead of remaining homo he tried to
come down town too soon. As a result
he will have to remain at home now
for quite a while as It is thought blood
poisoning may set In unless great
care Is 1 ken ot the Injured limb.
20,000 yards of
Pillow Case Lacs'
' In all widths will be sold at act
ual half price.
at prices that will asto.
THURSDAY, JANUARY 2, AT 9 A., M. IS THE
.: .; BI6DAY. :. :.
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Progress Block. Fort Street.
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ON 8UOAR SECURITIES.
921 Fort Street.
Stock and Bond Exchange.
CLIINTOIN J. MUTCHI1NS,
sbbIV 19 if QjA fw
Stock and Bond Broker
Member of Honolalo Stock Bickum
Orders tor he purchase or sale of stock
ana tends carefully and promptly executed,
Ground Floor, Judd Building,
Postoffice Box 300. Telephone i6f
McINERNY BLOCK, PORT-ST.
dudd & Co., Ltd.
80T Stangenwald Building.
P. O. Box 067. Tel. Mala SSS
No More Dread
of the Dental Chair
TEETH EXTRACTED AND FILLEL
IBSOLUTKLY WITHOUT PAIN b
iur late scientific method applied to thi
turns. No sleep-producing agent 01
These are the only dental parlor It
rlonolulu having PATENTED APPLI
VNCES and Ingredient to extract, fill
ind apply, gold crown and porcelalL
:rowns undectecable' from natural teetL
md warranted for ten year, WITH-
MIT THU T.BABT PAIN. All WOri
lone by QRADUATED DENTISTS ol
(rom 12 to 20 year1 experience, and
tach department In charge ot a Special.
L Olre us a call,' and you will And
11 to do exactly a we advertise. We
vlll tell you In advance exactly what
our work wtll cost by a KREB EX
VMINATION. Set Teeth S8.0S
Sold Fllllnfta 9I.OO
silver Fllllnga 50e
ca! REd" nl
Our name alone will be a guarantee
bat your work will be of the best
tew York Deutal Parlors,
loom 4, Elite Building, Hotel Street
LADim IN ATTKNTIANCB.
Hours, 8 a. m. to 6 p. m.
Sundays, 9 a. m. to 12 m.
HAS NEW GAMES
We have on exhibition and for sale the very latest novelties
from Santa Claus' workrooms. (James that you have seen advertls.
ed In tho leading magatlncs and periodicals. Games for young peo
pie; games for old people; game for everybody. Hero are some ol
the name of new ones.
La Lutte Bagatelle
Burrows Balletto Boards
We have all the old games, a well, and also many pretty toys.
Kor years our tpy department haa been a. most popular institu
tion and tho stock Is In too gr.-at a variety to speak of separately
here. There Is only ono way U And out what we have. You are In
vited to call and see everything. '
OUR TOY DEPARTMENT we warrant will not be dleappetMlng.
E. W. JORDAN'S