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auuuBn-tuntM'Mvixnni. tJ-wednesoay, jam." fr'i&o&lT
Ilcmoraber the necessity of Rending a gift to the friend
whom you overlooked at Christmas time. Iiemember also
that we have reduced our prices from 25 per cent to 50
per cent on Holiday Goods.
are sold at 10 cents each. You cannot get any other Pat
terns half as satisfactory ns they, becauso they embody
Ideas of style, fashion and general all-round satlsfactorlness
that no others possess. Remember tho small price, 10c each.
ELHERS & CO., FORT ST.
The HONOLULU INVESTMENT CO., Ltd.
Office Jndd Building, Merchant St.
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, Reil Estate and Financial Agents
A. V. QEAR, President. EMHETT MAY, Secretary.
THE NEW YEAR'S CALL
and other calls should bo made with a beautiful box of
The boxes alone aro sutllclcntly beautiful to charm the most
tasteful, but when filled with Gruenhagen's French Mixed and
Chocolates, -will delight tho most fastidious.
Candy Department of
WALL, NICHOLS CO., LTD.
TWO STORES IN ONE.
We wish you
New Year !
and thank you for the pat
ronago extended to us dur
ing tho past year. Our
Stock Of GROCERIES for
1902 will be tho completest
nnd freshest to be lound In
Honolulu, nnd we aro sure
you will find It to your ad
vantage to buy from us.
Havo you ever tried
HEINZ' PICKLES and PRE.
8ERVE87 Thoy are simply
delicious. Try Bome. :o
H. MAY & CO.
TclcphoncH 22, 2-, 02
I'. U. Mux unit.
rxgln the new year well
by furnlshlns the home
with pretty furniture
It Ms ore of the functions
of tills Store to make the
parlor, dining room, bed
room an J every part of the
house bciutiful. :. t.
CALL AND SUB US.
HOPP & CO.,
Leading Furniture Dealers
Cor. King and Bethel Sts.
A HAPPY :.
Reduction on t.ie most beautiful of
Chatelaine, and Shopping Gags; all
Leather Goods, new this season and
decidedly tho correct and suitable
things to give to tho ladles.
Reduction on tho most elegant of Ster
ling Silver Novelties, Manicure Sets,
Ncedlo Sets, etc., etc. Traveling and
Toilet Cases, Military Drushes, etc.
Music Is one of the most heavenly o
arts, nnd tho tones of our Westermayc
Pianos do take one quite away am
above this wretched old world and le
him hnvo a glimpse of the star worli
You will like tho Westermayer Pia
nos, and you'll not tlnd it bard to buy
iloffsclilaeger Co , Ltd
King and lletliel fits.
NEW YEAR WELL
By hnvlng your photo
taken. My work In
of the lilfilicut quality
nnd prtccH reasonable
J. J. Williams,
Take elevator In IWmton Block.
AN HOUR IN THJi MORNINQ
THE SAME HOUR EVERY MORNING
or afternoon, given to dictation, wljl
keep your correspondence "cleaned
up." Try it a month.
J. D. AYERY, Business Correspondent
Regularity! Certainty! Despatch!
Tel. Main 76. 95:45. Elite Blda,
The Bulletin's special Industrial edi
tion can be obtained at this cfflco or
! thi news-stands. Price 25 cents.
J m - I 11 I n
SHOWING OF LAST YEAR
IJIYLS KhMAKKAttLk HGUKEb
dace Sugar Lfadi by Large- Percent
age 'fieiutnduiu luciea-se lur
Ike Utcade -Ikod Slice
,110m Uuhu Fields.
Washington, Dec. 21. Sugar Ira
,)oris m.u 111U liiiucd i)init in lnu
..iLiiuui- year llill will uxieed ihosij
ji any preitdin year by annul ou
s.livbl) pUIIIlUd, ..nil inn KIM win uj
..reawr iinin any preceding year, ex
.opt U'J.1, wncn prices were untiiiuaiiy
111. inu to.ai importations 01 sugar
u tho year about 10 end will, uccord
ng to tho Treasury bureau ot mnas
us, nggrega.o t,ofU.UuU,u9u pounds
.nil will cost about MG,u)v,00u. 'i no
Jgbcsi record 01 BUgnr importation.,
n any preceding year were. In quan
uy, thoso or lsim. l,3Ul,irj,uis
pounds; wnllo In value the figures 01
.W3 roRJc tho Highest record, $123,
The estimate of tnc Bureau of Sta
Istlcs lor the calenuar year 1901 is
mscd upon actual Figures of importa
Ions Irom foreign countries lor ten
iionths ending vmu cctober, to which
.re added actual figures of sugar ship
jed lrom Hawaii o tho I'nttcd Stales.
10 these aro added estimates tor No
ember and December, both from lor
sign countries and Hawaii, and tor
tho full year from l'orto Rico, this
Jicthod of obtaining unwallan and
.'ono Rlcnn figures being necessary,
because commerco with thoso islandi
s no longer Included In tho statistics
of forulgn commerco of tho United
States. Thin shows an increase o,
ibout .10 per cent In sugar Importations
nto the dulled StateH In the decade,
ho figures for 1891 being 3,67,789,SS1
founds, thi actual iiicreaso In the
Jecadc thus being in round terms 1.
iou.000,000 pounds. Tho enormous
luantlty ran perhaps bo better reallz
3d when It Is stated that, accepting
he average carload at CO.U0O pounds
he sugar Importations of 1901 won..
)c auulclent to load 78,000 cars.
In addition to this cnornioiiH flgurt
f sugar Imported, tho sugar produe
Ion In tho United Ktntos tor the ji-nr
s presumably about GUO.000,000 pounds
his having been about tho annual uv
rago during recent years.
Of the sugar Imported Into tho Urllt
d Stated In 1901. more than l.utJO.OOO.
uu pounds, or Hilly ha per cent, lb
ano sugar from the tropics. Thu re
minder is mainly beet sugnr. chlcll)
rom Germany and Aiistrn-llungnry
n tho ten mouths ending with Octo
icr, importations of beet sugar
mounted to about SM.OOu.uuO pounds
if cano sinar Imported during the
'ear about 3') per cent comes from Cu
a. about IS per cent from tho Kin'
idles and tho remainder chiefly from
be West Indies nnd Central an!
:011th American corntrles.
The notorious bark Hesper which hitfc
tea tho scena of a great deal of hard
hip to Bailors and a tragedy or two,
'rrlved hero yesterday afternoon In
listress from the Sound bound for
"rcroantlo, Australia, with n cargo ot
From the time of her departure until
ft these Islands the bark was In con-
nun! gales and bad weather and in
'jo storms which she passed through
tin sprung a leak. Captain Soren-
on her new commander decided to
ut In hero for safety. As It was at
tost Impossible to keep the ship free
f water with tho pumps this course
'uh the only ono left to htm to finally
aeh his port of destination. The
'esper'a experience was abnut the
me ns that of tho Sowall which ar
'ved early thlo week.
Captain Sodcrgren tho former com
lander nnd part owner of tho Hesper
1 now here In Oahu prison serving a
ntencc for cruelty on tho high sea
nd Capt. Sorenson the present com
innder of the vessel Is very well
C. V. StlJGIiNT AtlRtl.
San Franelsco, Dec. 23. Jammed
ground on Mission lints, with two
igs pumping her hold lull of water tfl
ui-nch 11 stubborn tiro In thu cual Out
ornm her cargo, tno threo-mnstcd shl)
!. S. Sargent ended a disastrous vny
go last night, -lint she restH nbove
ntor at all is due to tho prompt ns
'stance, given by tho hnrltnr tug Gov
rnor Markhnm nnu vo.unteer nlds
rom tho Nnvy and transport service
.Iut nfternoou xistcnlny llro broke
)ut In tbc hold of tho Sargent. She
ns llng nt anchor oft I'cjbnm ntrro
vlmrf. with 2100 tons of coal aboard
valtlng to discharge, curgo. Her rruw
vas nshorn nnd thero woru nboard onlv
'aptiilu Mehlll.i. Second Mate White
nd Hoyd. tho watchman.
Tho vessel wus pumped full ot water
nt 11 thero was fear of sliiKinc her
'bo was then run ngroiinil 011 Mission
1r.ts and the fire fought until It was
TOBI.N PLAVRD WELL.
San Francisco, Dee, 2S. -1'misu.il In
1 n-tt (entered ou the piny at tho Call
'ornlu te-nnls lourta yehtcrday as the
old time champion nnd all around
athlete, Joseph S. Tnbln, v. as one of
'lu players to face thu nets after nil
absence of several years,
lie took part In u doubles with I)r.
Sumner Hardy as a purlin r and In'au
excellent game won a well earned vlc
'ory ftom G. K. Whitney nnd Harold
Crowefl. Althntigh ho had not plaed
til fast company for many seasons tho
veteran exponent of tho racket showed
up surprisingly well ut the line points
of the game and was iibnut as clever as
ever In passing and playing fium the
back of the court In general.
$10 RUPTURE GURM
. yf" a. tar TCN DOLLARS
M'l -I 1 r . I It alt , H
J tl i 1 tit. Ui -r
(i till i nt if l . r mi
r". lur-1 rtli - v.-
v. f-j. pr",(
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IUnlttu. ! nivlnir fnU tnf' r
Wf IrtirtVI t i U'i k'Hltllttl. t (I II Klilff
UbNITIC Tll'u m t""'lJt'.ifinar1nwi
LOCAL AND GENERAL
The Dulletln's special Industrial edi
tion can be obtained at this office or
the newsstands. Price 25 cents.
Printing and dc eloping at Honolulu
Photo Supply 80.
There wero no many serenading par
tics out last night.
The employes of the Hawaiian Elec
tric Co. are having a luau up on thu
Patina road today,
Uuiirhun Wnianey, C years old, $3.00;
Claret. 5i eenis, Skeiry and Tokay, T
ints a gallon at HoUscblnegcr Co.'a
Are you going to build 11 house th's
spring? If so, get a bid from us for
lumber, glass, paints, etc. Lewcrs &
Tho Gulden Hulo Bazaar has re
moved to Oregon building on Hotel
street and will bo ready for business
on or about Jan. 15.
Miss Lizzie Crozlcc nnS Frank liar
wick were married Inst evening by Hov.
11. II. Parker ot Kawalahao at th
homo of Charles Crozlcr, Pllkol street
Tho engagement of Miss Ethel Keep
ers of Sacramento, Cal., to Louis
Abrams, cashier an dbookkecper ot the
Hawaiian Trust & Investment Co., Is
There wero comparatively few cases
nt drunkenness registered at tho.po
lice station from yesterday afternoon
until noon today. For tho same period
of time during Christmas, tho numbet
was ovrr twlco aa Jarge.
Princess Kulunlanaolo gave a luau at
the homo of tbo Princes David Kawa
nannkoa and Jonah Kalanlanaolc,
Walklkl, last evening. In honor ot the
anniversary of the birth ot the late
Queen Dowager Knplolanl.
A. Duchannn, who has figured In the
Police Court a number of times be
fore, was arrested at about midnight
last night on the charge of common
nuisance. He Is alleged to have let
off a bunch of firecrackers In tho
Wray Taylor, who was up on Tan
talus tho other day, reports that sev
eral ot the largist eucalyptus trees
had been blown over by the recent
strong wlndd. It la his opinion that the
extreme saturation of tho soil by the
heavy downpours was the prime cnut,e
nfthe uprooting of the trees.
Fred Angus gave a hay ride to a
number of guests last evening. Sup
per was served nt Camp McKlnley. Mr
Angus' guests wero as follows: Mrs
Warren, Miss Marcla Warren, Miss
Lillian Uacon, MISj Angus, Miss J.
Angus, Miss Grace. Dr. McAdory, Lieut.
Hancock and a number of others.
Susan Kahlllna has brought suit foi
divorce against Senator I. H. Kahlllna
Tho charges against tho member from
Kauai border on tho sensational. Mrs
Kahlllna charges her husband wltl
violence, tho use ot Insulting language
assault with a wound ns a result
thrcnts to take her life and the sqaun
derlng of JDO&0 of her own private
money during the past three yenrr
Senator and Mrs. Kahlllna are living
In the city.
A largo rongrtgatlon saw th oK
vear out at the Catholic Cathedral las'
nfgbt. Tho services wero of n ver
Impressive nature. The lllshop o'
I'anopolis led In tbo expiation servicer,
for the sins committed during the pas
vear. Tho ornnmpnts for this scrvlcr
were violet as a mark of penanco nnc"
sorrow. At tho conclusion of thcs
services, the color was changed to goli
and n solemn Te Dmim end Thanks
giving scrvli'o wera sung for tho next
yenr. The iholr, under the direction o
Father Valentin was In attendance.
IFF WITH THE 01D
N Willi IDE (ill'
When Honolulu really mnkrs. up lt
mind to be nnls) It finds no troubli
whatever In hi lug so. Uiht night, )'
tnoro properly, last night and thli
morning, was one of the times when l
wanted to bo noisy. Just at tlio mid
night hour, tho bars across every nve
nno of cHc.ipo of noise wero torn dowi
and for fully flftein minutes the new
venr was treated to a hearty welcome.
Thero wero small whistles and bi
ones, small bells and big ones, fire
crackers and bombs. Revolvers and
shotguns, wen- filed rcganllchs of pub
lie safety until small dogs nnd large
ones crept to the remotest reresses un
der houses nnd rats gave up their mid
night cntftrwnullng in despair.
Penplo paraded tho streets blowing
horiih and shouting nut a happy New
Vear to all whom they happened t
meet. In many homes, people stood up
nud drank tho health of the new yenr
the while expressing to each other
tin tr wishes for a happy nnd prosper
Honolulu wus like one big happy fu
nilly all muting regretful mental
glance,! hack ns at an old relatlvo pass
ing away nnd yet glad to welcome n
new one , with romliig In with su
ninny promises of prosperity and hap-
TODAY'S POO III AM..
.Scotland nud the "Itist of thu
World" played a game of association
footliaTI on the Maklkl groundrt this
forenoon. The play wns exciting and
very close. The latter team won by n
score of 3 to 2. Following were tin
teams: Scotland McvVhli'ler, Kay, Ooudl
nnd 1-Tddes; halt-bad, k. Drown, Cralk
r.nil Guild; backs, McGIll nud It. An
ihrhon; goal, Cockburn.
llefct of lhft World Goal, P rn
berg; full-backs, Ilenrdmnie ami So
prr; hnlf-bai-ks. Parish, titokca nud
John Aiideisnn: fonvnrds, Morse
Illai'khuin, Waterhouse, llijor ami
Chnnn'nii Ih Demi.
Concord, Miih-i., Dec. '.'It. William
Eller C'hannlng, jioct and css.ijUt
died today, aged S3 yenrs. lie left
copious imiuuarript', from which se
lections will bo mudu for publication
vsinEfmptfFvTfflHMiuBl-t fCTi liVyiJiKjBiiHHwaiiiiS
Sl!0: FOR A
The htjvlicHt (Vrmlc
ot thtti hIioc iniide.
Ilni extra rubber
hoIch, to replace
the prcitcnt ones,
when Morn out.
McINERNY SHOE STORE
sale of white goods
Wo will begin tho New Year with tho greatest low .price
Bale of white goods over held in this city. Bale begins at 9 a. m.
Thursday morning. January 2d, 1902. Ilargalns offered such ns
will provo a great money sav.ng 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 X
Pillow Cases plain and
hemstitched; 20,000 yards
of Pillow Case Lace in all
widths, Whlto Piques,
Fancy White Goods, White
Blankets, Turkish Towels,
Linen Towels, 'Ladies'
Muslin Underwear, Chil
dren's Hats and Bonnets,
Children's Whits Dress
es In all sizes. f Mf tt
.: .: BIG
PACIFIC IMPORT COMPANY, "
Progrctva Illock, Port Street.
CLIINTOIN J- MUTCM1INS,
fYlcINERNY BLOCK. PORT ST.
No More Dread
of Dental Chair
TEETH EXTRACTED AND FILLED
VDSOLUTELV WITHOUT PAIN b)
ur Into scientific method applied to tbt
turns. No sleep-producing agents o
These aro the only dental parlors li
Innolulu having PATENTED APPLI
NCES and Ingredients to extract, fll
ind apply gold crowns and porcclali
rownsitndecteeable from natural teetl
ind warranted for ten years, WITH
JUT THE LEAST PAIN. All wort
lone by OUADUATED DENTlSTd ol
,'rom 12 to 20 years' experience, anc
tach department in charge of a Special
sL 01 vi) us u call, and you will fine
is to do exactly bb we advertise, W
vll! tell you In udvunco exactly wha
our work will cost by a FREE EX
Set Teeth ..,..,., SB 00
old Crown $R.OU
Sold IMIIInCh IM.OO
Silver PllllnilH ROc
Our ninie nlouK will tit a guarantc
that your work will be of tbn best
New York Dental Parlors.
doom 4. Elite Dtilldlng, Hotel Sine
I. Anil's IN ATTVNriANCK
llniirH, S u m. to d p m.
SunduyH, 9 u. m. to 12 m.
B. JB. I ! kBBsfr Ate
A New Tennis
Goods will he on display In
our windows and abnut tho storu
by Saturday, and everything
will bo marked iu plain figures
so that you may come and look
about and Judgo for vourulf the
extraordinarily low- prices. .
20,000 yards of
Pillow Case Lacs
In nil widths will be sold at act
ual half price.
at prices that will auto.
2, AT 9 A M. IS THE
DAY. :. :.
HAS NEW GAMES
Wo havo on exhibition and for sale tho very latest novelties
from Santa CIuus' workrooms Games that you havo seen odvortls
cd in tho lending magaxlnes and periodicals. Gamcu for young pea
pit; games for old people; ganiori for everybody. Here aro some ot
the names of new ones.
Burrows Balletto Boards
Wo havo nil tbo old games, as well, and also many pretty toys.
For jears our toy dupnrtnitnt has been a most popular institu
tion and tho stock Is In too gr-nt a variety to speak ot separately
here. Thero la only ono way ta find out what we havo. You aro In
vited to call uud see everything,
OUR TOY DEPARTMENT we Warrant will not be disappointing.
B. W. JORDAN'S
J. H. FISHER
Stock and Bondjirokcrs.
FlflE ASSOCIATION, of Phlladelphlv
WESTERN A88URANCE CO, ef T
Jt J. VALENTINE DEAD.'
Oakland, Dec. 21 John J. Valentine,
president of the Wells-Kargo Kxprcss-
Company, died at his homo at 1:36
o'clock this morning. Last night Dc
CJuy Llllcncrantz notified tho Immedi
ate members of the family mat the pi-
tlent could not last more thnn twenty
four hours. He was surruunJcd by
members of his family when death
John J. Valentine wns born at Howl
ing Orcen. Ky., on November 12, IS 10.
He received a common school educa
tion, and began his career ns a business
man In lS54,-wlth the ngents for Car
ter Thomas & Company's stagn line,
since which tlmo ho has been almost
continuously In the express business.
Boon after he entered the employ of
this firm the construction ot railroads
was commenced In Kentucky, nnd upon
their completion he became Identified
with tho Adams Kxpre-s Company,
continuing in Its servlco until IS6L
when he resigned. Soon afterward he
came to California, where he was ap
pointed Joint agent for tho Wella, Far
go A Co.'s Express, tho I'loneor Stag
and California State Telegraph com
panies at Strawberry Valley In Kl Do
Thence he wns transferred to Vir
ginia, Nov., as agent for the Overland
Mall and tho Pioneer Stage compank-,
finally becoming superintendent ot th
latter corporation. A few years later
he wns appointed superintendent of
Wells. Fargo & Co.'u Express, and aa
tho Interests of that corporation ex
panded ho was summoned to New York
nnd appointed general superintendent,
with headquarters at the metropolis.
In 1869. About a year later, however,
tbo headquarters of the company wera
transferred to this city, since which
time he has n sided In California. In
1SR2 he was elected a director and tle
president of the company, and soon af
terward he wns created general man
age.". Washlnirion. Dec. "i. Captain Hen
Jiniln V. Tlllev, who wna reeertly re
lieved as (lovornor of t.ie Islond ot
Tiituiln Samoa, npd ban been on wall
ing ordert since his acqul'taj of tho
charges lodeed against hltn. has bcec
ordered to duty at tho Marc Island
Perd the weekly edition of the But
Ictln to your friends. Only $1 a year.
WILLAKD K. nrtOWN.
W. A. LOVE.
FIUNK HALBTEAI). JI
Halstead & Co.,
ON 8U0AR SECURITIEC.
921 Fort Street.
8tock and Bond Exchange.
Stock and Bond Broker
Member of Honolulu Stock EiclniiRt
Orders tor the purcn or Mie ut n.kx
ana bonds carefully and promptly extcutti.
Ground Floor, Judd Uulldlnc v
Fostofhce Box joo. I elephon
Judd & Co., Ltd
307 Stnnjjenwuld llulldlnft.
P. O. llox OCT. Tel. Mnln 228