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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, II. T.p WEDNESDAY, JAN. 8, 1002.
"IP I ONLY HAD AN
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THE NEW YEAR'S GALL
and other calls should bo made with a beautiful box ot
Tho boxes alono aro sulllclcntly beautiful to charm the 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,
An Old Saw
Sanitary Steam Laundry Co.,
Ring up Main 73 and our wagon will call for your work,
New Year !
and thank you for tho pat
ronago extended to us dur
ing tbo past year. Our
stock of GROCERIES for
1902 will bo tho complctost
and freshest to bo tound In
Honolulu, and wo aro Buro
you will find It to your ad
vantage to buy from us.
Havo you over tried
HEINZ PICKLES nnd PRE
SERVES? They nro simply
delicious. Try some. :o
H. MAY & GO.
Telephones 22, 24, 02
l. O. Box 380.
Have you seen the beauti
ful stock of upholstered
leather lounges and easy
chairs we ire now selling
They are marvels of beauty
and comfort and the prices
are reasonable. ::
Come and see them.
HOPP & CO.,
Leading Furniture Dealers
Cor. King and MhelSts.
I We wish yon MKH
ICE AUTOMOBILE I"
Ik n good description ot the collar
tlint comes home from theClilnewe
lutiniley. t I Wc do work Hint
pIciiHcs even the most turitlriloua
and your collnrs "111 not be bow
toothed, nor your culis nnd tdilrt
bosom spotted when we do your
work. t You enn't help being
pleimed if you wint good work,
tluit'rt the only kind we do. Try
uh once and you will become p
steady customer. s s I
Music Is one of the most heavenly of
arts, and the tones of our Wetterraayer
Pianos do take ono quite away and
above this wretched old world and let
him havo a glimpse of the star world
You will like the Wostcrmayer Fla
nos, and you'll not find It bard to buy.
Hoffsclilaeger Co , Ltd.
King and Bethel 8ts.
NEW YEAR WELL
By having your photo
taken. My work Is
ot the highest quality
and prices reasonable
J. J. Williams
Take elevator In Boston Block.
AN HOUR IN THE MORNING
THE SAME HOUR EVERY MORNING
or afternoon, given to dictation, will
keep jour correspondence "cleaned
up." Try It a month.
J. D. AVERY, Business Correspondent
Regularity) Certainty! Despatch!
Tel. Main 76. 05:45. Elite Oldg.
The Bulletin's special Industrial edi
tion can be obtained at this office or
I llf VI
Work beenn this mornlntr on the ex.!
-avatlons for the building II. E. Walty
the hanker Is going to erect In Kins'
street adjacent to the -Metropolitan ,
Co. 's premises. It Is to ho of brick with
stucco finish like tho Hall block, two
stories high with basement and having
a frontage of 75 feet on King street
with a depth of 70 feet. The site Is
leased by Mr. Wnlty direct from the
Austin estate heirs In lloston. There
will be three stores on tho ground floor
eacn unviug hi biiiiiu ui uusi-mi-u
while the second floor will bo devoted
to omce rooms. O. 0. Trnphagen Is tin
architect nnd F. J. Amweg, represent
ing the Hawaiian Construction Co.,
holds the building permit. It will bo
a comely If not stately edifice filling
another space where not long ago stood
one of the most ramshackle rows of
old Honolulu's business architecture
.MASTER BUILDERS' OFFICBR8.
At tho annual meeting of the Master
Iluilders' Association of Hawaii, held
yesterday, tho following olllccrs wore
elected: President, T. F. Osborne
manager of the Concrete Construction
Co., Ltd.; vlco president. W. T. Paty;
secretory, James F. l-angston of the
dim of McDonald & Laugston; treas
nier. V. P. Harry, manager of tho
Pacific Mill Co., Ltd.; audita.", Julius
Asch of J. A. Hopper Co.; executive
committee, I-. J. Amweg, manager ol
the Hawaiian Engineering & Con
sttuctlon Co.; F. W. Ileardslco of
Utatdslco & Page; J. II. Craig; Vic
tor Hoffman of tho firm of Hoffman ft
Hlley, and John Oudorklrk. Tho exec-
ntlvo committee yestcrdny elected V
W. IJcardsleo chairman nnd J. I
An amendment to tho constitution
was adopted by which "any orsou
having business dealings with master
builders" may becomo "special mem
btrs of the nssoclaii." That Is, tho
association will hereafter bo conduct
cl In the nature of a nulldcrs' Ex
change, similar to the exchanges In
Chicago, San Krnnclsco and other
Inrgn cities on the Mainland. All the
Iron, lumber, paint, tin, hardware,
brick and wnll paper men, nnd nil the
sub contractors, architects and trades
will bo brought In, nnd during the
noon hour there will no a 'change
whereby uny ono wishing to find con
tractors will get In touch with them
at tho association headauarters.
The following letter of thanks was
sent to United Stntes Marshal Henri) y
from -the Territorial committee of tl.o
llcpubllcau party jostorday:
Honolulu, T. II., Jan. 7. ID02.
Hon. Eugene It. Hendry, United States
Marshal for Hawaii, Honolulu.
Dear Sir: It gives me great pleasur,)
to In for in you that I am Instructed by
tho Republican Territorial Central
Committee of Hawaii "To Inform you
that the committee has accepted with
regret jour resignation as secretary
dated December 9th, 1901, nnd ordered
that jou be tendered a vote of thank
for jour active and zealous work oi
behalf of this Committee nnd the Re
publican party of this Territory dur
ing your Incumbency thereof from tho
original formation of tho party In this
Most sincerely yours,
J. D. AVERY.
Secretary pro tern
The steamer J. A. Cummins has been
moored ut the end of tho Pacific Mall
wharf where she will bo repaired ny
Soienson & Lylc. It is possible, that
sho will have to go In the dock and It
nil) probably be threo weeks before
she Is ngaln In commission. In the
meantime the steamer Mokolll Is to be
used In her place and Captain Searlo
will transfer his (lag to the old bo.-.t
Chicago. D.-c. 27. Cllnirlne between
life and death John Kelly, who Was
woiMiik on a stcenlo of the now Zlnn
Norwegian Lutheran Church ut North
Artesian and Potomac nvonues, hung
suspended In inld-alr for sovoral mln
tiles todny. having fallen from tho
blghoHt, pinnacle of the nrch. When
the scnfTold upon which Kelly was
standing ISO feet from t.io ground,
guo way. ho fell backward and slid
sixty feet down tho stoop roof. Mirac
ulously, as ho rounded tho cnos, his
fingers caught hold of tho eornleo. and
ho hung thero until rescued. As ho
hung suspended fur nbovo tho ground
a horror-stricken, rowd guthorcd bo
low nnd mattresses wero hurrledlv
brought from neighboring houses and
piled up to break tho forco of his fall.
Meanwhile tho steeple sinters with
whom Kelly had been working sum
moned courngo enougn to look down.
They saw that thero was yet a chanco
to savo tho man and no time was lost
In rendering assistance. While Kelly
dung to tho cornice with the grip of
iiispernuon mo men nt tho strvplo
nuicKiy got a rope nnd passed it to
Kelly, who grubbed It and held tliihth
till ho had been hnuled tip from his
pel nous position. When he was lnnd
ed on terra (Iron ho was almost pros
trated, his Angers wero bleeding and
his lips had been badly bitten In tho
severe struggle. Ho soon Oogan, to
breathe freely, however, and went to
Vuncjouwr, II. l. Dec. il. Tim
.fapaneso murder which occurred at
McKny'H logging camp, near Port
Moody, on Christmas night, presented
a new and sensational development
today. This Is tho death of Ikcba Ta
sr.buro. tho murderer hlmscll, which
oteurrod at the provincial jal. In this
city curly this morning. Tasabiiro
vat, one of those Hon with ropes by
the other Japanese to a tree. Ho wns
exposed to tun niry or the terrible galo
which raged during tho enrly huurr
of yesterday moinlng. nnd his death
was undoubtedly due to poKuie
When Provincial Constable Camp
hell n-ached the scene of the murder
vestetdri) nfteru ion he found Tuna
buro and two oilier .lupaneso tied to
tices. TuKitbmu had Inllen lo th
groiind from hIht weakness He wilt,
vet to the skin and chilled to the bono
hi the uxposme. The other .lupaneso
wiiu weie trussed up had not Hiilfeied
so .uveiilv nnd they eiimo through
UkIi i-xpei I. ne, but llttlu the worse In
health Whin T.isuIiiii-o'k hands were
tdeuMri be i oiilil not rise from tho
gi omul, and ConstpMe Campbell was
foieed to cirrv blip iliewi to the
shore, n distance of halt n mile. Ho
and thn other Japanese wero then
LOCAL AND GENERAL
The Bulletin's special Industrial edi
tion can be obtained at this office or
the newsstands. Price 25 cents.
Tl,c Ia(,,"e Mn" wl"lrf ls bclnR mnj9
Papaeloa mill has shut down for n
couple of weeks.
Printing ami developing at Honolulu
Photo Supply So.
gold watch has been found. Kej
round column on page 8.
n(1,mlj sheriff Andrew Cox of Wn!a-
..... . ... . ..... ,nilnv on ,SCS3.
Oomes & McTIghc. siiccecsors to Ca
mara & Co., liquor dealers. 93 King st.
Manager Pat McLano of Koloj re
turned to Kauai In tho Mlkahala last
Chief Engineer Ilort Wheeler is 111
chnrgo of tho englno room of the tu?
E, E. Paxton and Albtrt Haas are
expected from San Krnnclsco In the
Tho weekly edition ,of the Evening
Bulletin gives a complete rummary of
tbo news of tho day.
OeorEO Scott, formerly assistant en
glnecr. Jins been promoted to be ihl'
of tho tug Fearless.
Broker Harry Armltnry Is In town
again niter several oays ai nomo uu
der tho doctor's care.
Tho regular weekly meeting of tho
Board of Health will lio Held tills ait
ernoon at the usual time.
At tho Koloa Sugar Company's meet
Ing this morning the sugar contract
wns extended for two years
Tho steamer Maul arrived this morn
ing from l.aiipnhoehoo with Ofil bags
of sugkr. which wns all that was read)
Bourbon Whiskey, 6 years old, 3C0;
Claret, CO cents; Sherry nnd Tokay. "5
tents a gallon at Hoffscblaegcr Co.'g
Hudolnli L. Aucrbach of W. C Pea
ccck & Co.'s 1 1 Do branch Is spending
a week In town and exchanging i in
itial meetings with Ills many old
f i lends.
On New Year's day theto was a cele
bration nnd lunit at Koloa which wai
followed In tho evening by u pleasant
dance In the courthouse.
So Yong. a niitUo ot China ami citi
zen of tho United States 12 jc.irs of
tigc, hn. V'tltlimed for n lliense to
prnctlco law In the District courts
The bnrkentlno S. O. Wilder Is com
pleting her cargo nt the Llkclike wharf
She will sail for San Krniulscii tak.m;
novcral passengers tomorrow ut noon.
A new plensuro boat built by Con
tractor MacKcuzIc ls soon to be put di
the water. From all netounts she Is
to be as fast as tho fastest and bui',1
on new lines.
A reception will be given the Su
preme Chancellor Commander of tUe
Knights of Pythias order In Progiess
Hall Thursday evening. See notice un
der New Today.
Charles David, forliierly manager o(
tho Wnlalua Beach hotel, has gone to
Walmia, twclvo miles beyond, to lle
He Is raising chickens and plautlng
lime and orange trees.
Tho IwnlnnI reports the following
sugar on Kauai: K. S. M.. 500, V. It,
COO; Mak., G300; C. & It.. 400: Mc
Brilc, 11.294; It P.. 1100; II. M IfcUJ.
L. P., 2200. Total, 27.CS6.
The Hall will go out In plate of the
Muuna Loa aguln on Friday as tho re
pairs to tho larger steamer will not Iv
completed In time for her to take uu
the running on schedulo time.
At a business meeting of Compau
G, National (iunril of Hawaii held In
.lie ilrlllshed last evening, tho follow
ing olllccrs wero elected. (Jus Hose
captain; S. K. Kauialopill, tirst lieu
tenant, and Daniel KullUo. secunu lieu
A sci nnd Biirvcy of the bark Ilesper
vas belli this afternoon at 2 o'clock.
Her deck loud is all off nnd sho has
risen several feet out of tho water
making It easier for an examination to
A sneak thief entered Hackfeld's new
building this morning and stole a
watch from tho vest of ono ot the
workmen. TTio man was seen and
recognized and Captain llobcrt Parker
started on a search for hlmj
Mauao Umauma has brought suit
against Stephen Umauma for absolute
divorce, claiming that her husband has
committed adultery and that this statu
of affairs bus been going on for a year
or so, T. McCants Stewart for the
Thero was a report abroad laid
night that Dr. Anderson's plaeo on
Alakca street had been entered but
Investigation proved the rumor to be
groundless. Suspicious .noises were
heard In ono of the buildings nt the
nar of tho doctor's ofllco. special
police ollleer lnadu a Bearch but found
The steamer Lehua arrived from Mo
lokal last evening. Purser Jarrett re
ports that It was too rough at Kaula
papa to discharge and so the lumber
for that place was brought back to
port. Sho brought no passengers and
but two packages of sundries as
Lam Yip, ono of tho best-known Cld
ntso merchunlu In tho city, was up in
tho Pollco Court this forenoon on thu
chnrgo of nssault and battery on bis
wife. Attorney (Jlillllugwortn appear
ed for tho defendant and tho enso was
continued until Friday. Mrs. l.nu Yin
barges her husliatul wltn mo gravest
kind ot cruelty.
Tho following ensos wore disposed
or In the Police Court today: Ah
NRee. vagrancy, three months' Impris
nnment at hard labor; Chas, Iiaslop
nssault and battery on M. O. Leluiau
dismissed; Clung Ah Foon (w). ile.or
ilon, dismissed, a reconciliation havlnt
been effected: Ho Kit, rape, nolle
Purser Willie Hapal of tho steamer
Iwalnnl reports Hint Ooml n Japanese
laborer at Kekaka met with on :ic I
dent at tlmt plaio on Monday. lf nai
on a freight train nnd got Ills right
foot caught between two cars, lie wis
tnkin to Wnlmea and the Injured foot
amputated nt tho hospital
"It's mighty Iiarid to Jedge by up
neatuiurfc," said I in lo Eben. "When
von tees a mm wlf n new suit o
Moth's jou nebher Hn toll whether
he's got n whole lot o' money or
whether he's Jcs' done spent II nil "
ft yj;!if y Vyw
mTl The J. & M. 'Lacker'
Vw'SS?-' a fine French stock, of smooth surface.
KT A no chipping, no sculling. Tho only
JjHJWb black leather that can he worn 3C3
4fe (C days In a year without Injury to tho
t B feet. The highest-grade shoo niado In
ybJfiW tlc I'nlted States. .:
i:i;r;:; Mclnerny Shoe Store
"EVERY DAY A BARGAIN DAY"
YOU WILL FIND
January Ribbon Sale
ALMOST A MILE of rich nuri daitit fancy silk ribbons, widths
Nos. 40. 00 and 80. In Scotcli plaids stripes and large cheeks, new-
est spring coiubinntlons of onus
PACIFIC IMPORT COMPANY,
Progress Block, Fort Street.
CLINTON J. HUTCHIINS,
McIINERIW BLOCIC. PORT ST.
No More Dread
jfthe Dental Chair
TEETH EXTRACTED AND FILLED
ABSOLUTELY WITHOUT PAIN bj
uir late scientific method applied to th'
turns. No sleep-producing agents 01
These are tbo only dental parlors Ii
Honolulu having PATENTED APl'LI
NCES and Ingredients to extract, All
md apply gold rrowns and porcelain
rowns undectecnblo from natural tectb
tnd warranted for ten years, WITH-
H'T THE LEAST PAIN. All wort
lone by OllADUATED DENHSTS 01
'rom 13 to 20 years' experience, anc
nch department In charge of a Special
1st. Give us a call, and you will And
us to do exactly as we advertise. Wi
will tell you In advance exactly what
your work will cost ny a FREE EX
Set Teeth SB.00
Colli Crowns 65.00
(iol.l PHUniS SI. 00
Silver I'llllnfiH 50c
Our tiinn, ..I . w 1, i u airiiin
tti.'ll J'i.1 W',11 W tP l 111 tt. iJlht
New York Denial Parlors
loom t VAiv Ivu.M.i.r;, llulcl tjirct
ISM 1 1Y 1, iVf-Liv
and shailos All fresh ami rich.
L'.'e and .10e per ,ird and 3 yards
All ribbons displaed In our show
ANOTHER LOT. No 40. nil silk
ribbon, 500 jnrdK. In tnffeta, plain col
ins. 15c per yard while the lot lasts
We announce the arrival of prettiest
novelties In 1002 wash materials and
A huge stock of ladles' ganulne tail
in made GOLFSHIRTS, In grey an.1
black; nil wool materials. These
skirts aro so beautiful as to create ,i
large sale and aro good values. Don t
fall to sec them.
One case only of tho best
AMERICAN DRESS GINGHAMS
latest spring patterns offered thl.i
week nt 10c the yard.
HAS NEW GAMES
Wo havo on exhibition nnd for sale the very latest novelties
from Bantu Clans' workrooms names that you have seen advcrtls
od In tho leading magazines nnd periodicals. Games for young peo
ple; games for old peoplo; games for everybody. Hero aro some ot
tbo names of now ones.
La Lutte Bagatelle
Burrows Balletto Boards
Wo have nil tho old games, as well, and nlso many pretty toys.
For cars our toy department has been ,1 mot popular institu
tion nnd the stock Is In too great 11 variety to speak of separately
here. Theie Is only ono wuy to filial out what wo have. You aro lu
vlted td cull nnd sou o or thing.
OUR TOY DEPARTMENT we warrant will not be disappointing.
B. W. JORDAN'S
J. H. FISHER
Slock and Bond Brokers.
FIRE ASSOCIATION, of Philadelphia
WESTERN A8SURANCE CO, of To
ronto. Offices Stangenwald Oldg., Mt
HONOLULU KTOCK L'XCHANCU
Hon.-lulu, January 8, tool
NME OF STOCK ftfJ, ? BU. Art
C. Brtw,r AComi-inn i.ooo.or too tt$
N S SchtDO.Co,l,i fo,ooo
L.ll. Krr 4 Co LU.. o.o-o S
t, PHrlitlin Co .. s.ox.w to iV W
HtwallinAgrkultufilCol i.ooouo to, i,
HtwillinCom &SuCo ' ,).i.7V 0
HiwAlltn Sue' Co . i.ono,ooo o t
Honomu Su2r Co Ttcooo loo i,
Honrk4Suzir Co . i ono.cart o lo ..
H'ku Sunar Co too,ouol loo tic
Kihuku IMinlillon Co tcoMKl so it mm.
KllwIPUnlCo.lll, . l.o;o.oto y l
Klvhulu Sufttr Co . . ifto.onni loo icM
Koloo Sueor Co . .. locoui ice if.
McBrydoSuCo..Li .v.nccl vo 64
0tiu Supor Co . j bop.Mnt too v olH
Onoffici SueirCo .. i l.oro,ouo .
Ookili 5uer Pun Co yn.oon o I),
Olia Su Co., lid . ill Mj.o to 4, ...
Olaa SuC.o.Llil. piup) IVI to ., .. ,,
Olowalg Coirpany .... l)o,oou loo ... tio
Paautiau Su. Plan Co J.ono.oun so
PaclheSuEarMlll. )non too .. ,M
Pala Planiatlon Co , 7Jo,oon too tftj
VtfttMto Supar Co .. . 750.000I too ,n
Plonetr Mill Co . .. a.ojo.oot,' too. ... I,
Pioneer Mill Co, Aims sooooo, too 45
Walalua Ajr. Co.. e.joo.ooo too j)
WallukuSujarCo.... Joo.t. im
Walnanalo Suear Co ijt.ooo 100 m
Watmea Mill Co lts,ooo loo
WlderSleamthlp Co . 500.000 too tno
Inter-lslanJ Steam N.Co 303,000 too 6iH
fa.allan t'eclrlc Co . 300.000 too
Hon. Rapid T At LaniCo 030,000 too . ... 41S
Mutual Tetephon Co . . tj9,nuo to
Oahu Ry A Land Co t.ooo.ooo too gi
People! lea ft H't't Co 130,000 too
Flrit National Bank
HawallanGov 3 per cent ,,
HlloR R Co.tpetcent
Hon, kapld Tranall ,,,., toe
Ea P'antal'n 6 per cent ,
Oahu U It I Co pr c
Oaliu Plantation 6 p c
Olaa Plantation 6 p. c '
Watalua Acrnul (p e
All eminent psychologist of Tou
lease has examined M. llerthelot with
A view to a. count for the genius of tho
Mini whom the world has Just bcu
honoring He declares that heredity
Was grrntlv helped In M llertl.elot's
rase by pathological conditions. When
Derthi-lot was the jears old he had
marsh feer. which reacted upon his
ncrwii8 s)8tcm. Two jears later hn
struck his forehead against a mill
stone, depressing the cranium nnd Irri
tating the frontal lobes. M. llerthelot
told the Toulouse mnn that he had
made his greatest chemical iliscovri lt
WILLARD U. nitOWN.
W. A. LOVE.
Halstead & Co.;
ON 8UQAR SECURITIES.
921 Fort Street.
Stock and Bond Exchange.
Stock and Bond Broker
Member of Honolulu Stock Eichaogi
Orders lor the purchase or sale of sttcki
ana bonds carefully and promptly txtailti.
(j round Floor, Judd BullcKnc.
Fostoftice Box 300. Telephons rtjo
Judd & Co., Ltd.
307 Stniijienwnld Building.
P. O. Box 007. Tel. .'Miitn 228
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