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EVENING DULLBTrh, tUi OMJLU, II. T., TUESDAY, JAN. 7, 1902.
HIE Mill! 10 BE
J. H. FISHER
ROYAL WORCESTER CORSETS
DOUBLE VE WAISTS ::
ODDS AND ENDS in Ladies' Muslin
Underwear also reduced very low.
Come and see our new stock of
BATHING SUITS AND TRIMMINGS
ELHERS & CO., FORT ST.
THE NEW YEAR'S CALL
' and other calls should bo made with a beautiful box ot
The boxes alone are suinclently 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.
An Old Saw
Sanitary Steam Laundry Co.,
Ring up Main 73 and our wagon will call for your work
We wish you
New Year !
and thanlc you for the pat
ronago extended to us dat
ing the past year. Our
stock of GROCERIES for
1902 will be tho completest
and freshest to bo tound In
Honolulu, and we are suic
you will find It to your ad
vantage to buy from us.
Have you ever tried
HEINZ' PICKLES and PRE
8ERVES? They aro Blmply
delicious. Try some. .o
H. MAY & CO.
Telephones 22, 24, 02
l. O. Box aso.
Hive sou seen the beauti
ful stock of upholstered
leather lounge and easy
chairs we ire now sellliiK
and comfort and the prices
are reasonable. :: ::
Come and sec them.
BOPP & CO.,
Leading Furniture Dealers
Cor. King and Bethel Sts,
TO BE SOLD
Is (i good description of the collar
thnt comer) home from the Chinese
Inunilry. t i Wc do work that
pIciiKes even the most foKtlillouw
nnd your collnro will notlicsrnv
toothed, nor your cut fs nnd nhlrt
bottom spotted when we do your
work, t t ou enn't help being
plcnscd If joii want good work,
tlintVt the onlj kind we do. Tr
us once nnd j on will become a
sternly customer. t :
Music Is one of the most heavenly of
arts, and the tones of our Westermayer
Pianos do take one quite awny and
above this wretched old world and let
him havr a glimpse of the star world
You will like tho Westermaycr Pia
nos, and jou'll not find it hard to buy.
Hoffschlaeger Co , Ltd.
King and Bethel Sts.
NEW YEAR WELL
By having our photo
token. .My wnrk Is
of the highest quullty
nnd prices rcnsonnblc
J. J. Williams,
Tnkc clevittor In Boston Block.
AN HOUR IN THE MORNING
THE SAME HOUR EVERY MORNING
or afternoon given to dictation, will
keep )om eorifspondenco "cleaned
up ' Ti) It n month
J. D. AVERY, Business Correspondent
Regulaiityl Certalntyl Despatch!
Tel. Main 76. 95i45. Elite Bldfj.
The Bulletin's special Industrial edl
tlon can be obtained at this office or
thi news stands. Price 25 cents.
It Is understood that executive offi
cer C II Hcjnolds of the Board of
Health has purchased the schooner
Mohlkana and u II 1 fit her with a gaso
line engine 'She will be nut In tho
cnrrrylng trade for the settlement on 1
Molokal. The schooner has been'
thoroughly repaired nnd will soon bo
as good as new All her planking has
been renewed and her decks caulked.
With the aid of s gasoline engine tha
old schooner may bo able to get sornu
where besides on tho rocks She made
one successful trip from Kahtilul to
this port under Ball and since that time
whenever she has started to go any
where she has always ended on soma
of the beaches along the coast One
mcmornblo trip she made was when
she started for Knhulul last winter
and ended up on the reef at Wnlanac,
this Island after almost causing tho
death of her owner nnd crew through
thirst nnd starvation Another time
she Btnrted for the Maul port and af
tcr ucating up and down ore this port
for a couple of dn)s she was sent out
after and brought Into tho harbor
leaking badl nnd with her sails blown
She was suhicquently fixed up nnd
used to enrrj sand between Pearl Har
bor nnd tills place. As her charterers
knew tho proclivity she had for going
sldcwajs and backwards and In circles
and every way hut frontwnvs the) did
not trust her out with her sails nlono
but towed her to the loading place nnd
back ngaln Tor several months she
has laid half submerged off the old
Under the new power It Is thought
possible to get her to go straight and
make Bomo headway Since the loss of
thn schooner Norma last ear her place
as queen of the hoodoo fleet has been
taken by the Mohlkana with much
Bright and eaily jesterda) morning
the woik of getting read) for tho
building of the new- slip and whnrf at
Kakaako was begun nnd todu) prep
nratlons will bo commented for mov
ing tho Mvrtle bout house nnd the
small house formerly occupied b tho
Hcalnnl float Club mnuku of Its pres
As a result of the Improvements be
ing made the Hcalnuls will hnvc to
move their approach to the club and
run It nut alongside of tho walk to the
pilot house Within a short time tli
old familiar appearance of thnt portion
of the Irirlior now- occupied bj tho
boat houses nnd mailne lallwny will
have undergone a complete change and
with tho building ot the wharf nnd
dredging of the Blip tho otherwise rpulet
locality will be teeming with life
All the Mjrtle boats have been mov
ed from the house and stored In tho
wareroom of the Union I'eed Co. The
piles for the new foundation maknl of
the Quarantine wharf arc all In place
and nothing now remains hut for the
house to be moved This will be a hlg
undertaking as It Is to be floated to
tho new location on barges, as the pilot
house was several je.irs ngo.
CHANGE IN THE MAP.
Hllo Juu 2 Harold Cruzan, who
has been engaged survolng lllshop
istate lauds In Walplo vulle), Ib home
for the holl,la)s Mr Cumin reports
that uccnrdlng to tho suivey made b)
Mr Tuttle the vallc) extends three
miles further inland than Is Indicated
on any map previously made Tho
falls which to all appearances were at
tho hind of tho vnlle are a consider
able distance nwn and on u ridge dix
tluct from those which form the north
and south walls Ihe valley skirts
around this rldgo for a distance of sev
eral miles, gradually narrowing In
width to about 150 jards. At the ex
treme cud there Is another falls, about
ISO feet high from top to base. In
tending ou cither side of the narrow
strip of water, and at an elevation ot
500 feet, aro cliffs, the water hnvlng
seemingly cut Its way through the lava
during tho centuries It has courbed to
ward tho sea
The vallcj at the exticmp end is
about 2500 feet elevation, the soil Is
rich but above the falls that has led so
many surveyors into error, tln.ro Is
absolutely no sign of tho place having
been occupied by human beings In
tho vicinity of the second falls several
oil pits were found where, It Is said,
tho old llawnlinns formerl) niado oil
from kulcnl nuts The new land added
to tho lllshop estate holding l) tills
new survey Is not particularly valunblo
evin for cane. The vegetation Is ex
rcedlngly dtiiHO nnd tho sunlight never
penitrates that part of the valley for
moro than three hours a day Tho at,
senro of game of an) sort was partial
larl) noticeable by members of the
Biirvey coips Herald
A live who fell In front of tho barbel
bhop In tho Occidental Hotel at
about G 30 o'clock last evening, cutis
Ing great excitement In ami about the
hostelry One man went to tho tclo
phono to notify tho electric company
and ri'cclved a sovero sliotk A no
llconiun was suit from the station
house and ho kept watch In tho neigh
lorhood of tho who until tho oleetrl
clan arrived and made tho necPhsarv
rcpilrs In the oxrltcmeut beforo the
arrival of the police) It Is n wonder ni
one was killed
At ti school In Kent an Inspeitoi
v as examining a laji of children In
I uiltliinetlc when the inspcilui Ubl.i il
l tho lollov lug quoitltm "N'nw John
Mipi')ri i i:m e. )uu iwn riiuiiiit line
nuo'h'M kind irlend gu '0 ou nn
nmit Iu' many von Id ou hnv. ''
lolin l"oin sir Inscietor Wo mv
h iv two nnd nno don't inal.e four
John (qui ,)) IMoisn sli I v. ro
one old lop em id 'on at I'.i.e. Hpirc
'Ihe Bulletin 75 cents pt month.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
The Bulletin's special Industrial edl
lion can be obtained at .this office or
the news stands. Price 25 cents.
JihUi Knlua Is here from Maul,
Kobe rt Mc Wayne Is hero from Konn
Oeorge Weight and son are hero
Fred lliitMioltz arrived In the Hull
Position Is open for n oung girl
Bee Want column.
Jacob Cocrpor returned from Konn
in me vv (i. nail tins morning
The schooner Ada is expected fiom
windward Kauai ports today or toniiir
Julian Grecnwcll and Miss A (Ik en
well arrived Iroin Hawaii in the Hall
The U S S. Iroquois U again an
chored In her old position In Navil
Ihe schooner Robert Lowers It be
ing scraped and painted at Allen strcal
Ihe Noenu mils this afternoon fui
Knantipall, Lubitlnn, Honokaa ami Ku
kulhaetc. The (losslp, the new weekly paper.
will make Its bow to the public on Sat
W W (loodale, manager of the
Walalua Agricultural Compaii) Is In
the ilt) toda).
Normal Inspector bum Kelllnol r
turned fiom n tour of Inspection in the
Hull this morning.
Ihe weekly edition ot the Evening
Bulletin gives a complete rummary of
the news ot the day.
Louis Kcnnke nnd Inspector Can of
the postofllio returned from Hawaii it?
the Hall this morning.
Miss Margaret i nomas has hem np
pointed Bteiiogrnpher In the iillki of
the Collector of Customs.
Win K Kino has brought suit
against Ellen Kino for absolute di
vorcc on various charges.
Iu tho Police Court toda) I? Chris
tiansen vvns fined t! nnd costs on the
cliaigc of using profane language.
Furnished housekeeping rooms it?
for rent at COB Cottage Walk Helitol
street Sec To Let eolumnon page $
There will be a meeting of Ihe di
rectors of tho Hawaii Yacht Club this
afternoon at tho office of P. L Weave,
All Important meeting of the Malic
Illmas Chili will be held this evening
at their club rooms on Kaahtinianii
Ilaii) Copp of the mounted pntiol Iv
able to practice polo again He is i
covering rapidly Horn his vir kcm.ii.
1) cut eje.
Bourbon Whiskey, t! years old $J 50,
Ulatct, 50 tents; Sticir) and Tokii) 7
enls a gallon at Hoffschlaeger Co s
Snslkl, Hie Japanese murdeicr ami
sW witnesses from Kau weie biouglil
Here in tho W. (1 Hall this inuiiilut.
iOi safe keeping.
A lino new wluilchout for the pllote
was recilved Horn the Coast In the
Andrew WUih hist week. It will sour
je put In commission,
Ihe steamer W. U Hull leportc
vor) lough weather crossing the chnn
tic! At Kau there hud been a little
lain, but the Honokaa distilct Is still
The cargo of the schooner Mulolo
ivhlch wiih in (illusion with tho attain
cr J A Cummins Inst evening. Is be
ing trtuisfericd to tha schooner Tvvi
The steamei Nillinti, which anhcu
rom Na io ioo this uiotuing, brtitigh
a heavy diekloid of ohla logs for the
Bishop Museum Sonic of tho pieces
weigh nearly seven tons
Theie have been no dues )ot tf
the Klnau mail robber) m)ster) Nelth
cr have tho uollce succeeded In get
ting nil) lukllng of the pi i sons who
jtolo the Hamuli fare box
Captain Hasmussen ot the Churlcn
i: Moody Is iclcbiiitlug his hiitlula)
this afternoon no and a part) oi
irlends are having a lunch aboard the
ig vessel lit the railway v. half
V dui) loaded wltu stone biok
lowu at the new I. ewers &. Cooke
nilldlng Just before noon, obstructing
be narrow right of way that building
operations on both sides leave m
that part of King street.
The steamer Noiau, which arrived
Horn Haiuakua this moruiUb, reports
erriblo weather there. Heports of a
big washout wero wrought by tho olll
vers of the steamei, but what the par
iculars wero they did not know.
W. S. Hicks pleaded not guilt. In
the Polleo Court yesterday to the
charge of adultory. tho woman plead
d guilty. Today Hicks was dlschurg
cd and tho woman, Antonio Colon b)
name, was reprimanded and dlscharg
J. Mokuohnl t'ocpoo has just Issued
In Hawuilau thu translation of tho
Constitution of tho United States ccr
mill parts of Blackstone, and vailoiu
lelcttlons from vnrlous important law
vorks. Mr. Pocpue mis lieeu a long
time at this work and bus succeeded
iu making a most schoiuil) translation
In thu l'ollco Court this foienoon
hreu natives pleaded guilty to the
charge of gambling and weiu Until flu
ind costs tuth A Japanese bo) who
ns arrested at the time pliuded not
guilt) nnd tiled to mnko Judgo Wilcox
.ellevo nil manner ! Impossible.
things The consequence was that he
nas fined $15 and costs
Ulukon Bray, a native woman, aged
about 32 years of nge was today com
mltted to tho Insane Asylum by Judge
Wilcox nftcr examination b) Dr. ilmei
son, Mrs Bray Is fiom Molokal, and
tho excesslvo uso of alcohol Is given
as the reason for Insanity. Alter a
season at the Institution, it Is prett)
certain that Mrs Bray will succeed la
obtaining her release.
Tho now Jnpancso Methodist KplHto
ml Church nt Alea war dedicated Kun
day afternoon by llov Geo. L Peat
son assisted b) Hov T Takahashl
ho pastor, ami llev isomuro lucre
was n good sized utlenunnco and the
ni vices wero Interesting I no bun
day school, composed ot about thirty
Million ?nng n number of h)mns
vbleh hnd hem taught them b) Ml i
Takuhashi. wile of tin oistoi
The Kamehnnielia Alumni asocln
Inn Is just now making grevt prtpi
ivtlon lot lit benefit comert to in
Iven In the Opora House on the own
ng ol tlnluidny Jiinuii) IK 'I In nnui
v will go pmly Into tho tiensiii) m
ihe issm lotion, lint this will bo n d
in nduinto llnvilinn buv s nnd islrls In
ie Ksmohnmeli'i s iiociIh or Kswala
,iiniRcmlnniv A pirl will 1W0 r'o i i
liu lcier sell lenient at hnliup.pa in
in mi n tlm n em st of an alumnm
Mm unccrt will be well woith ait ml
lad The J. & M. 'Lacker'
Slw'PJ t n flno French stock, of smooth surface.
lLTX A n" chipping, no scuffing Tho only
"njjjjff black leather that can bo worn 3C5
jBU & ('n8 '" i car without Injury to tho
2 B feet The highest grade shoo mnilo In
iBLnW ,Ik' I'nltol States .:
i:,",:,: Mclnerny Shoe Store
sale of white goods
Such extraordinary bargains ns we aro now offering keep this
store In tho front ns n great "Money Snvlng House"
Tho following bargains aro tho most Interesting news In. the
paper, and wo expect to seo hundreds of ladles taking advantage of
tin so remarkable reductions
Marked for this
Sale as follows:
LOT A 13d )nids, 3 Inch, 8 1 3i
LOT 11 -72 ) arils, 1-2 Inch, 35c
LOT O 210 ynrds 2 Inch, CJc
LOT I)- 'JO )nrds Inch, file,
very fine Into.
LOT 13218 )ords 1 Inch, 5c net
LOT l' 118 )nrds, 1 Inch, 6Jc
LOT (! 72 )ards ljlnch, fijc,
LOT ll 72 ) arils, J-lncli, 25c dz
LOT HX 72 ) arils, 1-2 Inch, 10c
LOT IX 118 )ards, .2 1-2 Inch.
7 1 2c yard
LOT Iv 118 )ards, 3 S Inch, 25c
LOT L C80 )ards, 2 Inch, 10c;
LOT Jt 760 jards, Much, 5c
LOT N 510 )iirds, 3 1 Inch, 5e
LOT O 318 )ards, 1 Inch, 5c
LOT P 1000 nrds, 1-2 Inch, 15c
LOT Q 830 ) arils, 1 Inch, 5c:
Ono lot, consisting of ISO
pieces, from 35c to $1 a dozen
PACIFIC IMPORT COMPANY,
Progress Block, Port Street.
CLINTON J. HUTCHIINS,
JVlcINERrSY BLOCK. PORT ST.
No More Dread
v the Dental Chair
Ti:i:rn kxtracthd and filled
lUSOLUTELY WITHOUT PAIN b)
itir into scientific method applied to the
gums. No sleep-producing agents or
These are the only dental parlors lb
Honolulu having PATRNTEU APPLI
ANCES nnd Ingredients to extract. All
and apply gold crowns and porcelain
crowns undectecablo from natural teeth
ind warranted for ten years, WITH
OUT Tlin LKAST PAIN. All work
lone by OUADUATEO DENTISTS ol
from 12 to 20 years' experience, and
lach department In charge nt a Special
1st. Give us a call, and you will find
us to do exactly as we advertise W
will tell you In advanco exactly what
vottr work will cost ny a KHUK KX
Set Teeth 65.00
fiold Crownn 65.00
Cold PllllntlK SI.OO
Silver PllllngH 50c
Our mime 11 lone win be a gutrnnte.
that )our work will be of thn best.
New York Denial Parlors,
Uoom I, Elite Uulldliig Hotel Siee
1 AHIKS IN AT'KNnA.NCK
1 lloui s Sam to Ij p ni
Hund tys 'J a ni to 12 m
Now Is tho proper time to buy
IhnhroldcrloH, in fact any tlmo
whin )ou can get 50 per cent
reduction Is n goon time to buy
and that's what we are doing
selling these goods at Just half
One Lot 43 Pieces Embroidery.
No two pieces alike In pattern,
In width from 2 to 4 Inches,
good firm edges, onl) 6 1-tc per
excellent pntterns, well made,
at a great bargain, 8 1-3c.
flriMit vnrlcty of patterns, from
2 to 5 Inches wide, extra vol
lies at 10c yard.
i:tru quality 12 1-2c yard.
A largo stock oi wider I3m
broideries ranging In prlco from
15c to 3c; consists of n great
variety of patterns
INSERTIONS to match all
POINT RUSSE LACE.
Small lot of Point Ilusxe Iacc H
(wash laces). In excellent nnt m
terns, nt a reduction of 50 per
ciiit. I3ver) piece marked with
20,000 Yards Pillow Case Lace.
In nil widths, will be sold at act
ual half prlco
HAS NEW GAMES
Wo hnve on exhibition nnd for sale the very latest novelties
from Santa Claus' workrooms Games that )ou have seen advertls
cd In the leading magazines and periodicals Gaines for young peo
ple, games for old people; games for over) body. Hero are somo ol
the names of new ones.
Burrows Balletto Boards
We have all tho old games, as well, Sind also many prett) to)B.
Tor )"ars nui to) department has boon a moat popular institu
tion and the Mock It, Iu too gnat a variety to speak of sop-irately
lieu There Is onl) ono wn) to Hnd out what wo have. You aro In
vited to mil and see ever) thing
OUR TOY DEPARTMENT we warrant will not be disappointing.
E. W. JORDAN'S
TORT SI RRHT
Stock and Bond Brokers.
FIRE ASSOCIATION, of Philadelphia
WESTERN A8SURANCE CO, of T
Offices Stangenwald Bldfl, M7
HONOLULU STOCK UXCIIANGD
Horn lulu, Januiry 7, looi
KVME OI-STOCK gjlW I j( BI4 1 A.ki
C Brewer A Cotrrinv iow too 4.1
H S .ch.Dl, Co L'l 60,000 too a
Lll Ktrr & Co Lt4 flooono je 41
Ewi Plantation Co 1 000109 ao aV
Hawaiian AgrlculfuralCo imnn .00 fy
Hawaiian Com fVSu Co tltffjo loo... ,
Hawaiian Sugar Co a 000.000 . .. rf
Honomu Sugar Co fsoooo too i,
tlonokaa Sugar Co iron, ao to ..
Ha'ku Sugar Co 500000 too . . .s,
Kahuku Plantation Co 5000001 to t.Vf
Kltitl Plant Co LtJ l.otoooo jo oV
Kljahulu Sugar Co ,60000 too )CaH
JCotoa Sugar Co x,oou' too. .., .e
McBrydaSuCo ,L4 1 oo,ooo to 6V(
Otriu Sugar Co , J 00c 000 too t
Oiomta Sugar Co t 000000 to ...,,,
Ookala Sugar Plan Co 500 tne to B ..A..
OlaaSu Co.LtJ, ail 8650m1 to . , ,.
OJaaSuCo.UJ, pd up tsooono to tis ..
Olowatu Company ijooooj loo . 149
Paauhau Su. Plan Co S ouo.000 jo
Pacific Sugar Milt $00000. too , att
Pala Plantation Co ttoooo 100 ... a,
Paptkeo Sugar Co T30.000I too ... ttc
PlonaerMIIICo ... ttjoor no .. a,
Ploner Mill Co Alio $00000 too s
Walalua Agr. Co , 4 $00 000 loo $ ,,,,
Walluku Sugar Co . 700.000 100
Walnanato Sugar Co aji.000 .00 155
Walmca Mill Co J 000 too
Wl dr Steamship Co 500000 too too
lM.rltan4 Steam N Co 500000 too 60
Hawaiian t'ectrK Co 500000 too. .. .
Hon RaplJ T & LandCo a$o,coo too q4
Mutual Telephon Co ijoouo to ....
Oahu Ry & Land Co t 000,000 100 . . o.S
Ptoplt a lea At R I g Co 150000 too
Flrat National Bank
HawaltanGov $ per cent , ..
Hllo k R Co 0 percent too
Hon tiapli Tran.lt im
Ewa PUntat n 6 per cent
OahuR tLCofi c
oahu Plantation 6 p c ..,
Olaa Plantation c p, c , ,,,
Watalua Agrltcl 6p c
Double Headed. ,
Samuel Peck farmer of Hush roun
t) Indiana and his son IMwnrd, whlli
plowing In a Held recentl), captured .1
double-headed snake The nptlle vvns
perfect ill nverv wuv with tho exeen.
tlon of the hinds which were Joined
fnrkllke I3nen had two e)rs and each
v.nt, provided with a mouth
'I hear Miur club Is going to glva
nn entertainment Do you think It
will be a 81100088'" 'Sure to be.
Wove arinngcd It so thnt every mem
bei 1h cbnirmnn of nt least ono com
mittee - Philadelphia Press
WILLARD n IIHOWN.
W. A. I.OVI3.
Halstead & Co,,
ON SUGAR SECURITIES.
921 Fort Street.
Stock and Dond Exchange.
Stock and Bond Broker
Member of Honolulu Stock Eichwgi
Orders tor the purchase or sale of stocki
ana bonds carefully and promptly exscuttd.
Ground Floor, Judd Bulldlnj.
Postoffice Box 390. Telephone) "So
Judd & Co., Ltd.
307 6tnncnwalcl Building.
P. O. Box COT. Tel. Mnln US8