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EVENING BULLETIN, BJl.OLULU, H. T., TUESDAY, DEC. 31, 1901.
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Remember the necessity of sending a gift to the friend
whom you overlooked nt Christmas time. llcmemuer also
that we have reduced our prices from 23 per 'cent to 50
per cent on Holiday Quods.
Reduction on t.io most beautiful of
Chatelaine and Shopping Bags; all
Leather Goods, new this season and
decidedly tho correct and suitable
things to glvo to the ladles.
Reduction on the most elegant of Ster
ling Silver Novelties, Manicure Sets.
Needle Sets, etc.. etc. Traveling and
Toilet Cases, Military Brushes, etc.
NEW IDEA PATTERNS
ore sold at 10 cents each. You cannot get any other Pat
terns halt as satisfactory as they, becauso they embody
Ideas of style, fashion and general all-round satlsfactorincss
that no others possess. Remember tho small price, 10c each.
ELHERS & CO., FORT ST.
The HONOLULU INVESTMENT CO., Ltd.
Office Mi Building, Merchant St.
THE GREENWICH INSURANCE CO.
THE INS. COMPANY OF NORTH AMERICA.
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. QfiAR, President.
EMriETT MAY, Secretary.
THE NEW YEAR'S GALL
and other calls should be made Tilth a beautiful box of
Tho boxes alone are sufficiently beautiful to charm the riokt
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.
We wish you
New Year !
and thank you for the pat
ronage extended to us dur
ing the past year. Our
stock of GROCERIES for
1902 will be the completeBt
and freshest to be found In
Honolulu, and we are sure
you will find It to your ad
vantage to buy from us.
Have you ever tried
HEINZ' PICKLES and PRE
SERVES? They are simply
delicious. Try some. :o
H. MAY & CO.
Telephone 22. 34, 02
P. O. Box 380.
Begin the new year well
by furnishing the home
with pretty furniture
It Is one of the functions
of this store to make the
parlor, dining room, bel
room and every part of the
house beautiful. :. :.
CALL AND 8BB U8.
HOPP & CO.,
Leading Furniture Dealers
Oor. King and Bethel 8ts.
frt I I k
NEW TOWBOAT A
WILL ENTER FIELD
Within a short tlmo there will bn
a now towboat running in and out of
Honolulu for tho accommodation of
the nmall sailing vessels and scons In
Mnnager Pain of the Tramways
Company ,la at the head of tho new
company and associated with him aro
Engineer llcrt Wheeler, Captain I.
Ilray and Dtirant. the launch man. Tho
old launch Tnlula. which was former
ly owned bv the Maunalcl bugar Com
pany and formerly ran In tho place of
tho new tug Leslie Ilnldwln, is now In
tho hands of the merhnnlcs and being
fitted to do tho work on tho bay and
off port. New towing bits havo been
Installed and tuo vessel received a
thorough and general overhauling to
bo In readiness for tho Inspectors
when thoy arrive. At the present time
she has no llcensfl ft a towboat for
Honolulu harbor, but !t Is thought
there will bo no illfllctilty in obtain
ing ono for her. (id she had ono at Ka-
hulul. She wilt be In command of
Captain I. Ilray, with Knglncer Wheel
er In charge of the machinery. A bid
will bo mado for nil tho work now
handled by the gasolene launches as
for as towing goes, and the old bont
In new bands will, lie mado to earn her
living Instead of llng In rotten row.
oj she has been doing for sovernl
THE "WHEN" POEM8.
When searching press or magazine
To catch n moment's bliss.
You're Biire to find some poem there
WHICH rends about like this:
"When Mabel Trips Across the
"When Molllu Mounts Her Wheel."
"When Susie Bints Herself to Play,'
"Wlieu Stella Starts to Squeal."
"When Cello Comes Upon the Stage,'
"When Helen Hns a IJeau,"
"When Sophia Skates Upon tho Ice,'
"When Hnlllc Starts to Sew."
"When Mother Makes a Johnncnkc,"
-wncn rouy I'ours me lea.
"When Hither Shawn Ills Stubby
"When Susie Smiles nt Me."
"When (irandnia Winds Her Dull 'of
"When Patience Packs Her Trunk,"
vvne-n Hnmm spinH ills Ilrand Nt!v
"When I'ather Slays n .j.unk."
"When Hrra Kuts I'm With a Fork."
"When Charlotte Chews Her (liint, '
"Whin tlcrtrudc Strikes Her Oollllng
"When ltaby Sinks Ills Thuml,."
'Whin Itnchol Hakes tnc Meadow
'"When Hits) Mumps Her Crown."
'When Wllllo Wears ills Touser
"When Hiulien Comes tn Town."
And ho It goes from da) to da).
No matter which you read.
The dnll) press or magazine.
"When" poems take the lend.
l.UI)i:WIO In Honolulu. December
31. 11)01. to the wife of II. K. l.uje
nig, n daughter.
Music Is ono of the most heavenly of
arts, and tho tones of our Wcstcrmayer
Pianos do take ono quite away and
above this wretched old world and let
him have a glimpse of the star world
You will llko tho Westermayer Pia
nos, and joti'll not And It hard to buy.
Hof fschlaeger Co , Ltd.
King and Bethel 6t.
NEW YEAR WELL
By having your photo
tnken. My work Ih
of the highest quality
and prices reasonable
J. J. Williams,
Take elevator tn Boston Block.
AN HOUR IN THE MORNING
THE 8AME HOUR EVERY MORNING
or afternoon, given to dictation, will
keep your correspondence "cleaned
up. Try It a month.
J. D. AVERY, Business Correspondent
Regularity! Certainty I Despatch I
Tel. Main 76. 95:45. Elite Bldrj.
Autiiniiililllst Say. I want this mask
changed. It doesn't tnver my face
enough. Clerk lint It's the regular
thing. Autnmoblllst Can t help that.
apt tn recognize me.
M0 .RUPTURE CURED
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UQNITIC TMSt tfi " rWI I4N IIA1T1SC&
LOCAL AND GENERAL
The Bulletin's special Industrial edl.
tlon can be obtained at this office or
the newsstands. Price 25 cents.
Notice of sheriff's sale published in
Printing and developing at Honolulu
Photo Supply So.
A notice relative to the estato Ah
Kama appears In this issue.
The ntenmer Wnlnlt nli will nnll fnr
Kaunl ports ou Thuisday, taking ex
J. M. Webb is moving Ills Golden
Ilulc llaznar to the Uregon Hoik In
The schooner Joseph Ituns, from
Portland, after a trip of twenty-five
days, arrlvcu this morning.
A special meeting of t,e etockliolit
ers of tho Oahu Sugar Co. Is inllcd foi
January 31, See notice under New To
day. Ilourbon Whiskey, C jcars old, V CO;
Claret, CO cents; Sherry and Tokay, 73
cents a gallon at Hoffschlaeger Co.'s,
In tho Police Court this forenoon,
Qulgley, charged with vagrancy, was
sentenced to two months' Imprison
tucnt nt hard labor.
Auction salo of fine pianos Friday
morning at 10 a. m. at Jas. I'. Morgan's
auction rooms; also auction sale of
Kmmcluth & Co., I-til.V has appealed
from nonsuiting by District Judge
Dlikcy of Its action for ISO debt'
against I). 1'. White.
ur, AUgur repuriB iuhi nujut-unu tn
tered his place on llcrctanla street Sat
urday night and scattering things
about considerably. No money was
The Methodist Episcopal church and
Sunday school will give a reception to
all members and friends at the parson
ago tomorrow afternoon, from 2 to 1
Itcv. V. It. Kltcat has given notice
that on and after Sunday, January
19, 1902, the prayer book of the Pro
testant Episcopal Church of America
will bo used at St. Andrew's Cathe
dral. A Japanese Jumped the wrong way
off nu electric car near the corner ol
Hotel and t'ort streets yesterday whllj
It wns still In motion. The result wa
n broken arm and several bad bruises
Ihc man wns sent to tho hospital,
Tho following new hooks have been
added to tho library of the Y. M. C. A .
Ebon llolilen, Alien of Old Vlniennctt.
Crlltinden, Uvery luih a King. The
Man from Glengarry. The Octopus,
Nome Stories. Fighting for the Km
plre. The Times and Young Men, Thu
Mnl.lng of Armenia.
Tho Ilnpld Trnnili Company hasj
nut nn n unw rnr with mrtteted sentfl
running longitudinally. It wns made!
In St. Louis. With sliding windows
nnd shades It Is n romfortnblo weather
car, although most people will prefer
the cars with crosswise seats whero
they enn "see the horse."
Thu engagement of Miss Alice Woods
of Oahu College and Henry Lull, Is
announced; also the engagement of
Mls Crozler, formerly matron of th
college nnd Frank Ilarwlck, the pres
ent superintendent of the groinds. It
might be mentioned thnt Mr. Lull was
formerly a teacher at Punahou.
The British ship longdate. 151 da)S
from London arrived this morning
with 2100 Tons of cargo most of which
U for the Hawaiian Fertlllicr Co.
From Honolulu the longdate will go to
Sun Francisco to disihargo a largo
rnrgo of liquor. Captain Jos Hunter in
command of the !.angdalo Is accom
panied by his wife.
SHOE FOR A
The hlfthcftt grade
of this shoe made,
lias extra rubber
soles, to replace
the present ones,
when worn out.
A New Tennis
Oxford d &
McINERNY SHOE STORE
sale of white goods
NEW YEAR GREETINGS.
Coroner's Jury Says
It Was Carelessness
The Bulletin's special Industrial edl
tlon can be obtained at this office or
thi newt-stand. Price 25 cents.
This Jur) finds that one Charles Ah
Fal came to his death at Honolulu,
Island of Oahu. Territory of Hawaii,
on the 28th day of December, A. 1).
t'JOl, from un electric sliock received
from u switch In the store of K. A.
Mclmrny, In raid Honolulu, connecting
tho wires In said store with the wlren
of the lluwullan Klectrlc Light Com
pany, while wild Churles Ah Ful was In
the act of turning on the current.
And It the neiexxary precautions had
bet n used by the Hawaiian Klectrlo
Light Company It' Is the belief of thf
Jury that the ald Charles Ah Fal
would not have so met ills death.
And In view of the expert testimony
of electricians uddiK cd In the case, this
jury belicvcH that the wins of the Ha
wallvi Klectrlc Light Company nro In
a condition diingeioiiH to property and
life, owing tn Impirfeit wiring and lack
of necessary attention.
Therefore, this Jury recommends
that the Superintendent of Public
Works appoint a competent' Inspector
to Inspect nfi electric wlrH In tho ell)
of Honolulu, with tho power to con
demn nnd tn perform all other such
acts nn In the premises may si em meet.
CHAS, F. CHILLINHWOUTH,
CIIA8. II. WH.SON,
JOHN II. WISH,
It. C. GKKU.
This finding of the Coronir's, Jury
tulllrn precisely with the feeling about
town )isterday as to thu careless wir
ing und the placing of dangerous
kw itches In Important places nnd fur
ther than that, it follows the course
suggested by the Ilulletln that of hav
ing nn Inspeitor appointed to Inspect
from time tn time, all the wires in uso
lu tho city. The Jury came to thj
realization )esterday from testimony
given by expert witnesses that there Is
something In the tluctrlr wiring and
all pertaining thereto In tho city of
Honolulu, that has advanced some
I stages beyond absolute frebbness.
Tho Cnroner'B Jur) In the case of the
death of Ooo Fal or Ah Fal as he was
commonly known, met In tho office ol
Deputy Sheriff Chllllngworth at the
polho stutlnn jesterday aticrnoon and
did not reach a decision until a late
hour lust night. There was a deter
mlnatlon to place the blarao In the mat
ter awl, although expressed In mild
language, the Jury ha certainly given
the carelissnrss of the Hawaiian Klec
trlc Co. the credit of Ah Fal's death
The principal question beforo the )ury
was: "Had tho wires of the Hawaiian
Klectrlc Co., entering the storo of Mr
Incrny & Co, and carrying a high
voltage of electric fluid, been subjected
to necessary precautions, would Char
les Ah Fal have lost his life Saturday
Dr. Cooper testified that tho deceased
had a disordered heart. This had been
Known by tho post mortem examination
of tho body. He was" contradicted In
this by B. A. Mrluerny, who said that
the young clerk had alwn)s been In
the very best of health during the eigh
teen months he. had worked in the
store. Never had he shown a single
sign of weakness of heart.
William L. Fraice. superintendent
of the Govern mint electric station and
C. A. He Cue, Insisted that, on several
occasions they had found the wires of
the Hawaiian Klectrlc Co. lu bad con
dltlon. In some Instances they were a
menace to public safety. F. J. Cross
said the switch In Mclnerny's store was
not often used except In places where
Its workings wero perfectly well
known. Other electrical experts who
gave testimony were: II. A. Allen and
Bupt. Hudson of the Klectrlc Co. di
nted having done an) thing to the wires
after the accident. They were all
right and no repairs were necessary.
The switch was a safe one and was
K. A. Mclnerny told thwstory of the
tragedy und T. Qunng Yen, a brother
of the deceased, suld his relative wat
a full-blooded Chinaman. Wm. Carey,
lineman and Inspector of the electrle
company said that he had found noth
ing wrong with the wrleis.
We will begin tho New Year with tho greatest low-price
sale of white goods ever held lu this city Salo begins at 9 a. m.
Thursday morning. Jnnuaiy 2d, 1902. Ilnrgalns offered such ns
will prove a great money-saving opportunity to )ou. .: ,: .: .:
BULLETIN OF GOODS
Laces, Victoria Lawn, Lin
Lawn, Genuine Irish Lin-'
en Lawn, Grass Linens,
Handkerchief Linen Lawn,
Table Linen, 400 White
Bed Quilts, S0O Sheets
ready made in all sizes
and qualities. X Vl Vi ti
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' White Orest
es In all size. ft
Goods will he on display In
our windows and about tho store
by Saturday, and ever) thing
will be marked in plain figures
so that )ou may eomo and look
about und Judge for )ourself the
extraordinarily low prices. .
20,000 yards of
Pillow Case Lace
In nil widths will be sold at act
ual half price.
at prices that will ato. ' k ou
THURSDAY, JANUARY 2, AT 9 A M, IS THE
I i! BI6 DAYi Si Si
PACIFIC IMPORT COMPANY, ".
Progress Block, Port Street.
CL1INTOIN J. MUTCHIINS,
J. H. FISHER
Stock and BondjBrokers.
FIRE ASSOCIATION, of PhlladtlphlV
WE8TERN AS8URANCE CO, of TV
Offices Stangenwald Bldg., M
'HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE
Honolulu, December )i, loo:
If.ooorwo n tiV
I,OUO,000 IOr( 99 tTl
, 1,000,000 )l H f .
t 000,000 to to ,,
. joo,ooo loo - , ie
300,000 to M tV
i&ooon iae K a-FJ?
joe.eou tool. im .- .' V J
j.joo.000 to 6H... JL
1600,000 lY ir .V'-
t ,000.009 to V V
500,000 to IV... v
865,000 to .
f 500.000 to 11H
150,0m lOO . If fJL
JOOOvOOO fo T
fM.000 100 . ir
1 50.000 too in
t 1)0 OOP loo fl
500 000 too . 41K
4,500,000 loo S
700,000 100 ( (
tft,ooo 100 tjy ,..
15000 100 ..-
500 OOO tOOJ ItM .
500000 loo 6$
500,000 too-, , fC
5O.OOO 10 4lfe
t Io.odo to .
MwioaA tan L.
nun, ) tern
NVMf 0 STOCK SjfjBj'f?! B"'
C. Bnwtf k Cowriny i .amju
N "i S,CM P C, CV 11 M.OW1
I B. Kmi k Co,, LU 1 too.0.0
e, PltnlatlM, Cn
niwinin ttm ac -iu c.4
Hlalln Sosir Co. ..
Honomu Suj-ir Co .
Honokai Sucir Co ..
HiVuSuicrCo . ..
Katiuku plinutlon Co
Kll-ihutu Surir Co ...
Koto, Suetr Co . ...
O'bu Sugar Co , , ,
rv-ionta Sueaf Co ....
Ookala Suiar Plan Co
OlaaSu. Co.LtJ .ail
Olaa Su Co.LU. pi op J
Lfiowaiu corpany. ...
PaaohauSu Plan. Co ,
PicineSuftr Mm.. ,,
Pala Planutlon Co ...
PapMkco Suear Co .
Walalua Air. Co . .
Watnanalo burar Co
Wslnti Mill Co
Wl ar Stf atnihle Co .
fattr-lftln4 Sttan N Co
rtao-atlan E'actrlc On
Mutsal Talapbon Co ..
Oahu Rv Si Land Co .
paopla'i let A: R ff Co
Flrrt National Bank....
Hawaiian Gov s'ptrcanl
Hllo R. R. Co. ptrcinl
noa. napij iransii
Evn Plantal n 6 nr
Oahu R (k L Co. r' t
Oahu Plantation t. r. C
Olaa Plantation 6 p.
Walalua Asrlcvl tp e
Hales 5 W.lalua. ISC.
Tho liarl.cntlne- Dlnioml and hart:
Knlulanl. vtliuh lonvo for Haji I'rnn
Cisco todny, will ho tho last of the
sugar flout ti get away from the Isl
ands this year. The Olympic, which
went to Kaanapall last wcuk, was sup
posed to have gotten away Monday.
Tho sugar in all tho other tcsboIs hern
lil be taxed as on hand on January
1, muz. i no tax on tue .cargoes In
tho thron vessels leaving aro saved
to thn agents, ns tho sugar will b
out of the country by midnight tonight.
WILLAUD K. DROWN.
W. A. LOVE.
Halstead & Go:;
ON SUGAR SECURITIES.
921 Fort Street.
Stock and Bond Exchange.
Stock and Bond Broker
Member of Honolnla Stock Izcktfji
Orders tor the purchase or sale of stocks
ina bonds wrefully and promptly ejeicutst.
Ground Floor, Judd Building.
Hostoffice Box 300, Tekphona
McINBRlNV BLOCK. PORT ST.
Judd & Co., Ltd.
307 8tnnfienwnld Bulldln.
P. O. Box OCT. Tel. Mala 8M
No More Dread
of the Dental Chair
TEETH EXTRACTED AND FILLED
ABSOLUTELY WITHOUT PAIN by
our late scientific method applied to the
gums. No sleep-producing agonU 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 teeth
and warranted for ten years, WITH
OUT THE LEAST PAIN. All work
done by GRADUATED DENTISTS of
from 12 to 20 years' 'experience, and
each department In charge of a Special
ist Olve us a call, and you will find
ui to do exactly as we advertise. We
wilt tell you in advance exactly what
your work will cost ny a FREE EX
AMINATION. Set Teeth tB.OO
Gold Filling 9I.OO
Kllvcr Filling SOc
A-. b Tll
Our name alone will be a guarantee
that your work will be of thn beat
New York Dental Parlors,
Room 4, Elite Building, Hotel Btrer
LADIKfl IN ATTBNDANCM.
Hours, 8 a. m. to C p. m.
Bundas, 9 a. m. U 12 m.
HAS NEV GAMES
Wo havo on exhibition and for salo tho very latest novelties
from Santa Claus' workrooms Games that nu havo scon advortis
od In tho leading magaxinos and periodicals. Games for young peo
ple; games for old people; game for everybody. Hern aro somo ot
tho names of new ones.
La Lutte Bagatelle
Burrows Balletto Boards i
Wo have all the old games, as well, and also many pretty toys.
For year our toy department has been a most popular Institu
tion and thu stock Is In too great a variety to speak of separately
here. There Is only ono way to And out what we bavo. You aro !
vltecl to call and seo tivor) thing.
OUR TOY DEPARTMENT we warrant will not be disappoint.
E. W. JORDAN'S
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