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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, H. T.. FIUDAY, JANUARY, 10, 190i
5TTT)("tt HE HEEDED THE MONEY.
Tooh!" Raid Claudc-aley Cholmoncle-
Ity when he happened lo drop a quarter
throUKh a crock In the pier while walk,
Ine with the lovely Mlai Golden.
5Wfljj , are sure to please her most A ho
V-Jr-i' 51 n"e' w'"1 'heso choice candles will
ty "" charm even tho most fastidious
Cniuly Dcpnptment of
WALL, NICHOLS CO., LTD.
Two Stores tn One.
An Old Saw
Ring up Main 73 and our wagon will call for your work.
i ""-" rw
We wish you
New Year !
and thank you for tho pat
ronago extended to us dur
ing the past ear. Our
stock of GROCERIES for
1102 will bo tho completcst
and freshest to bo tound In
Honolulu, and wo nro sure
a..... mill tin., I. ... a rta nil.
antage tp buy from us
Have son ever tried
0 HEINZ' PICKLES and PRE.
8ERVE37 They ore simply
delicious. Try some 'o
H. MAY & CO,
Telephones 22, 24, 02
P. O. Box .'180. '
Hane you seen the be mti
fill stock ot upholstered
leather lounges and eas
chairs we ire now selling.
I hey are marv els of beiuty
and comfort anJ the prices
arc reasonable. : ::
Come iind.scc them.
HOPP & CO.,
Leading Furniture Dealers
Cor. King and Bethel Sts.
Hut on the evening of thr.i fimf flay
Clnudcsley Cholmondele) mleht have
been keen In the attitude here depleted
A Young Man's
the friendship of n dear sweet
"Sweets to tho sweet Is th
she mny be won, and
Ih u good description of the collar
that comes home from the Chinese
foundry, i i Wc do work tlint
pleiihcs even the most fnstldlous
und your collnrs will not be witv
toothed, nor jouircuIfs and shirt
bosom spotted when we do our
work, t t You cun't help being
plcnsed It jou vwint good work,
thtit's the only kind wc do. Try
us once mul you will become u
sternly customer. I I :
Hotel St. .ct.
Will he open for business
on or iibnut fnnniir. IS.
J. mi. WEBB,
Pound-Master's Notice of Estrays
Notice Is hereby given that the ani
mals described below have betn tm
pounded in Uo Government Pbund at
Malillil, Kona, Inland of Oahu, and
unless the pound fees nnd damages.
aro Booner satisfied will be sold '.it
tho date hereafter named according to
Jan 3, 1902 Wlmo maie branue-il LO
on the hip, right-hand ride, white
spotH on tho bark white marking
rrom roiehead to nose, two white
The above straYee) animal will bo
sold on Saturday. Jan 18 1902,
I' not calli'd for below the duto men
tioned. K. KEKEUNE.
200 1 3t round Master.
AN HOUR IN THE MORNINQ
THE SAME HOUR EVERY MORNING
or nfteinoon. given to dictation, will
keep jour correspondence "cleaned
up " Tr It n month.
J. D. AVERY, Business Correspondrnt
Retjularityl Certalntv I Despatch!
Tel. Main 76. 9 5M5. Elite Bldrj,
The Bulletin's special Industrial edi
tion can b" obtained at this office or
Ihv news-stands. PWc 5 cents.
iEfT HIE PRESIDENT
Washington Jan 1 President
Kooscvcltg first public reception was
attended more largely thun any New
Yea, 's ret t ptlon In a number of years.
In nit U100 persons tiled through tho
White House and shook hands with the
1'resldent. This is 4100 more than
President McKlnley received last veaf.
Mr Roosevelt, on being apprised tint
tho tiowd In line outside tho White
Houso was unusual! large. gae ordem
that tho gates should not bo closed
until tho last person desiring to do so
had had nn opportunity to pay his re
spects. The reception began promptly
at 11 o'clock, and It was 2-30 o'clock
beforo the last person In lino bad been
presented to the President and n quar
ter of an hour later before the recep
tion came to an end. The weather was
delightful, being clear nnd crisp, so
that no hardship was suffered bv the
throng that waited for hours before ad'
mission to th.i White House. Tho re
ception was In cery way successful,
the attendance cot only very large,
but the decorations beautiful, the o
rangcmcntB perfect and the President
In excellent spirits To each person 'ic
extended a cordial happy New Year,
nna Mrs Roosevelt was equally pleas
Ing to each of thoso who (lied nasi the
lino In the blue parlor, where the rest
of tho receiving party stood. Mis?
Alice Roosevelt was conspicuous
among those assisting at the reccp'
Hon A part j of her oung glil
friends, by Invitation, nlso participated
in tho function.
GETS M0RI TROOPS
Iondou, Jan. 1. Newspaper corre
spondent in Pretoria continue to send
warnings of tho need (f moro rein
forcements. Lord Kitchener Is turn
ing the artillerymen who hnvo becomo
disengaged by reason ot tho return
homo or Jhe heavy giiDH Into threo
corps of mounted infantry, each 150
lnclencnilnnt nrrnnntu nt thn linn.
imiicK on unionei i irmnn s camp on
December 21th add llttto to the official
Btory of tho occurrence, except that
General dn Wpt'n fnwn nf .Kim ,...t
as at Majuba, removed their boots!
cnmucei trie prccipico without noise,
nnd completely surprised tho sleeping
lirltlsli camp. The terrible struggle
lasted barely half an hour. Threo
more flrltlsh officers hn o died from
wounds received In this engagement,
mnklng all told nine olD -ers killed
The Government nrhnr.in trv ft,,, ant
tlcmeut or land In tin Orniy) icr
colon Is already In op-ration Nearly
(lrteen men, mostly tirreeiplred jco
men. hnvo settled thex; with the as
SiStanro of the Onvern-i-snl rnn&tlutl,,..
of loans of farming Irrrlements.
Pnsadenj, Jan 1 Mighty Is Mich!
gan' Stanford has gone down to de
leat bv the convlndn.? u.nrp nf tn i, n
Michigan lias completed Its wonderful
season by vanquishing eleven great
football teams nnd making a total of
530 points to their opponents' nothing
Stanford was vanquished, but not nil
millated, as the figures would Indicate
I'oitlio first twenty minutes of nine
Stanford showed to advantage. Twin.
.uicuigan wns repelled Id Stanford ter
ritory, and then Stanford crossed Hit
field and twice tried placo kicks it
Michigan's goal, both from luat ultli:
In the forty-flve-vard line, missing .ho
ur one unu having the second blocked
for a double fumble, losing twcnty-tl.a
Washington. Jan. 2 Sennlnr rut
lorn, chairman of the Committee on
Poiclgii Hclatluns, Is beginning to agl
tate the matter or reclproclt tlcatles
though he holds this p.acc and speaks
v.lth some author!!), the real leader ol
tho Foreign Itelatloim Commltteo Is
Senator Lodge upon whom California
depends to preserve it fiom tho Jn
malcau and Trench treaties. Senator
Culloni admits that tho cnminlll,.,, U
divided on tho question ot reclproclt,
and he does not assume that tho Sen
ate will ratiry any of the treaties. aII
no uoes is to say ho will try to bring
thn matter nn and have tho tri-atlim
either ratified or rejected. Culloni is
an advocate or reciprocity, and says
no in ucting in into wun a conversation
held with President MeKlnley.
Senntoi Culloni says: 'Only a short
tlmo before President McKluloy left
Canton to go first to Cleveland and
then to liuiralo I visited him and
talked with him on this very question
Asking whether he tuoughi wu ought
to revise tho tariff ,n tho usual way
or euro out some Kind of reciprocity
oi commercial treaty sstem, he sain
by all means wc ongljt not to revise
tho tariff this )enr. but ought to adopt
mo uiui-r man as lar ns wo could do
so lonslstentiy I have thought tor a
jenr or two that if we do not tako tip
uii- uiiiii ior mo puiposo or revision
tn tho lobular way wo ought to do
tomethlng iu the wnv ot securing com
uiHiclal tiestles looklnvc to n modlflca
Hon of tho tnrirt in p-irtlciilar enses
"I am in favor of general reciproc
ity In suili a wa as not to tuterieie
with the geenral nrlneluto nf nrnien
Hon I think It would hi a great mis
fortune t,i the country for us to tako
up tho tariff for geneial revision this
-nr. It would startle our business in
teiests and mniiitfnctiir.tra unM imui
tato to gofoiward wun their work In
viow or tne uncertainty that would ex
1st, nnd wo would find ourselves ln
V. divert In tlOUble. L . WB can arrnm
pllsh the desired ends by means of rec
iprocity nnuconunercial treaties with
out seriously disturbing the business
Interests of tho count! I expect to
bi-o borne union iukcu soon after Con
The health of our solilleu stutlomd
In Cuba and Porto Klto Is even betle
than In canifs In ibo Pulled States.
1 Ida si ems to piove that life In tho
West Indies Is not extitt hazardous fat
pcisous uaied In more northern lutl-
tudit, The iial ailment arising fipm
iroiiuu lesinence is an luvinrlulc la.l
mts- Philadelphia llccmd.
It lb i, ot tin- fault of dear old Santa
C'l.tiii that them sie so inuii) eupnois
In rhrls.muii blockings, Tho cood
eatut would If glad If every bit of
coppti lu evei) eliiniucy corner '.vote
pure gold without alloy. Hcv, York
LOCAL AND GENERAL
The Bulletin's special Industrial edi
tion can be obtained at this office or
tho news stands. Price 25 cents.
CJ. 11. llerrcy'8 office, S Campbell bid.
Printing and developing at Honolulu
Photo Supply So.
Defendant's bill ot costs in Iljrnc v
Orpbeum Is $53.27.
Gomes ic McTlgho, successors to Ca
in ara & Co., liquor dealera. 95 King at.
General Wnrficld of the C'allfon.M
hotel was a passenger in tho Alameda
An auction sale of ha nnd bran nil!
take placo Saturday. See Jas. K Mor
Jns. P. Morgan will sell horses at
miction on Saturda). Sac ad In col
urn n on page 8.
Tho weekly edition ot the Evening
Bulletin gives a complete rummary of
thn news of tho day.
There will be an Installation of o Ul
cers of O ihu Lodge. K. of P., tonight nt
8 o'clock. Sec notice under New To
Tomorrow- evening, Kills' Hawaiian
Quintet Club will play nt the hotel
during dlnucr and fur tho nftOruoou
The Supreme Court is hearing C A.
Drown vs. J. I). Sprockets et nl., appest
of plaintiff from t,ie Fourth Circuit
Uourbon Whiskey, t! years old, $3 SO;
Claret, 60 cents; Sherry and Tokay, TS
cents a gallon at Huffschlaegcr Co.'s,
"Hlectrlclty is Life" say the most
eminent medical authorities. Hawa
Man Hlcctrlc Co has soma Home .Medi
cal batteries at 0. See ad.
Mrs. Kanchomauolo was taken tc
tho police station this forenoon, It be
Ing suspected that sho Is Insane. J)r
Kmcrson was busy making an uxaml
nation this afternoon.
Don't forget (.'nrtmrlnos ot the Cali
fornia Fruit Market when you want
fruit and vegetables. Ho always his
on hand a fresh supply ot both Califor
nia and Island frulu. Telephone Main
L. L McCamltess by his attorney,
Cecil Drown, answering Kalialcpuna's
complaint In action to quiet tltt-i,
claims to have held posscosion for
more than the statutory limit ot ten
Not vcr much was done at tie
muting of the Hawaiian Orphanage
and Industrial School Association s
tetday afternoon The bulk ot the
business was put over until three week J
J liitchelor, Inspector of llcmscs,
will inuke an official tour of Maul net
week, which ma) be extended to 11a
v.ull before he returns. The Inspec
tor's office Is now lu the Trc.itiurj de
partment at tho Capitol.
George It. Curler, timtcv. It by order
of Judge Humphrc) given UhVei ti
ruurtg'irgc tho .void trust property nt
lletel and Nuunnu streets for "300 to
pay for Improvements on tho pro) rty
at Uerctanla und Umma streets.
Jose, n Porto Hlcnn suspected of
having broken Into tho soda water
store of John Kntaukou n few nights
ago, was arrested yesterday nftei
noon. Ills case is now being looked
Into and will probably come up fur
triul In tho Police Court tomorrow.
Judge Humphr') appointed I' W
MeChcfiiey udmlaliitrit"r cf tl.o citato
of Annto Mukanul, deceased, under IJr0
bond. Also, Hllzabctli Knwahun i
guardian of thrio cider minor children,
and A. S. Cleghorn guardian of thii
voungest child of deceased
The petition of Louisa Kaalo-i, guar
dian of her two minor children for
leave to pa) tho wards K00 each out nf
money from tho Government for lard
eoudrmni-d. as presented Sy T Mt
Cnnts Stewart as attorney and taken
under adWs.rieit i.j- Judge Ilnnipli
Among the arrivals" from San I'ran
rUco In the Alameda today wcro thn
following: S. T. Alexnndc;, W. M.
Alexander, A. J. Campbell, Mr. and
Mrs. IJ. A. Douthltt, O. W. 11 lid, r0
G. W. and Jlrs. MncfarTaiic-. C. J. Mi
Carthy. K. K. Paxton, A. Itaju aud ().
A benefit concert will bo given by the
Kamehamchj Alumni Association in
the Hawaiian Opera Houso on Satur
day evening, January 18. Half tho
proceeds will bo devoted to I ovldliik
comforts for lepers ar'Kttlaui,wpurhe
Asboelatlon will bo usslsteel by tho Kn
mehameha Manual and (Kris' schools
A team of horses belonging to Alex.
Ibc-nhcrg nnd attached to n surrey, t o
ciuiiu frlghte-ucrt at u passing Btrcet ear
on Port strict at about I 30 o'clock to
day and backed up on the sldowalk out
side of tho Hawaiian Investment nil 1
Trust Co, Mrs Isenberg was in the
carriage nt the time Tho driver suc
ceeded In keeping control of tho horse
nnd soon hud them on the street ugaln
No damage was done.
Prof. Alexander Chnmbe rlatn of
Clark University proposes that the
English languago bo rempdclcd, but
no pioiessors can ever remodel it. l)a
the lontmry, It Is being gradually hut
continuously remodeled b) thoso who
use It, despite the efforts of the pro
fessors to prescribe for It fixed rulei
and principles, Louisville Courier
Having predicted that tho prices of
rurm piodute would go down to Al
most nothing If bllver was not rPHtnrcd
to freo colnnge. Mr. llr)an might try to
get even b) telling consumers that It
is the gold standard that compels Hum
to pa) Hie present high prices for fain
produce Ilccheatt-r Deuiociat nnd
Cliollv- f tliluk I niti) change rue
mind MU Iarblc-bi-ait lenriieslLi I -1
would ll I i,-ie )0'i -lu ti;i
Ni.AVvl , "Wtjulc Men
i (t ftV
T l,liri..'4 I Ice
teitv i i&ftr,c BoUj tinttery
C?i1fit irrnntr -wiv w uirioit' live
l.fl CI It I PCTflli ill
iyasaf::The J. &M. 'Lacker'
SkJflJ3- g n fine French stock, of smooth surface,
Ljiii A no chipping, no sc-uttlng. Tho onl)
3Jw black leather that, can bo worn 3C5
f sifi da)s In a )enr without Injury to tho
4L JB fect llle highest grado shoe made in
'SLflW the United States. .:
I::::::::,:; Mclnerny Shoe Store
"EVERY DAY A
YOU WILL FIND
ALMOST A MILE of rich nnd
January Ribbon Sale
Nos. 40, CO nnd 80, In Scotch plulds snipes nnd large checks, new
est spring combinations of colors nnd similes All fresh and rich
-'"ic nnd 30c per )ard and 3 yards
All ribbons dlspla)'d In our show
ANOTHER LOT. No 40. nil sill,
ribbon, 500 nrds tn tntfetn. plain col
ors. 15c per yard while tho lot lasls
PACIFIC IMPORT COMPANY,
ProjlrcHH Block, Fort Street.
CLINTON J. HUTCH1NS,
i&- Jr & X
McllNERlW BLOCK. PORT ST.
No More Dread
TEKTH KXTIIACTED AND HLLBl
ADSOLUTELY WITHOUT PAIN b;
our late scientific method applied to tb.
gums. No sleep-producInK agents 01
These are the only dental parlors II
Honolulu having PATENTED APrLl
ANCLS and ingredients to extract. All
and apply gold crowns and porcelain
crowns undectecablo from natural teetb
and warranted for ten years, WITH
OUT THE LEAST PAIN. All work
Jone by OUADUATED DENTISTS ot
from 12 to 20 years' experience, aud
each department In chnrgo of a Special
1st. Give us a call, and you will fine1
us to do exactly as we advertise. We
will tell you In advanco exactly what
your work will cost ny a TRUE EX
Set Teeth -. SR.OO
Gold Crowns .Sft.00
Cold Flllinivit SI.OO
Silver lJllllnjs (IOc
'v I IV I I -A
i.ii.i.i. . &. .v-ik. irrj 7.
Our name aluno wilt ne a guarnntn
aat your work will bo of tho beit.
New York Dental Parlors,
doom 4, Lllto llulldlng, Hotel StreC
I.AllIKS IN XTI'KNDANCK.
Hours 8 n m to 0 p n.
SuudnK, 9 u. di lo 12 m
dnlnt) fancy silk ribbons widths
We announce the arrival ot prettiest
iiiiveltle-s In P.i02 wash materials and
A largo stoc k of ladles' ganulne fall
en mado GOLF SHIRTS, In grey an I
black, nil wool materials. These
skirts are so beautiful us to create a
largo sale and nre good values. Don t
fall tn seo them
One case only or the best
AMERICAN DRESS GINGHAMS
latest spring patterns offered this
week nt 10c the yard.
HAS NEW GAMES
Wc bavo on exhibition nnd for sale the very latest novelties
from Santa Clans' workrooms (latins that )cm novo Been niHcrtls
cd in the leading magazines nnd periodicals. Games for young peo
ple; games for old people, games for everjbodj Here are soma of
the names of new- ones.
Burrows Balletto Boards
Wu bavo all the old game, ns wU and also many pretty toys
Tor vcnr our toy depurtiu.nl lias been a most ropuliu lustltu
Hon and the stock ts in too ureal n variety to speak of separately
heit- There is emlv one way to fliul nut wliut we have You nro In
v It oil to mil and wi, even thing
OUR TOY DEPARTMENT wc warrant will not be disappointing.
. B. W. JORDAN'S
J. H. FISHER
Stock and Bond Brokers.
FIRE ASSOCIATION, of Philadelphia
WESTERN ASSURANCE CO, of Tr
Offices Starigenwald B'dg., Mo
HONOLULU HTOCK BXCIIANGD
Honolulu, Jinuar to, !qc2
NAME OF STOCK
Capital 2- Ri
Paliup fj BIJl
I ceoox loo
$ 000,000 ? tiU
i,eoo,jr loo tCu
) 950 too ... I
9,000,600 to tr
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C. Rrtr h Compinv
NS vct)iDG Co.L'1
LB Krr & Co., Lti
twi PUntitton Co
niwiiTinLon aou uo
Hiwilltn Suer Co ..
Mbnomu Sueir Co .
Honoku Sufir Co.. .
HUku Sugar Co
Kahuku Hdniitlon Co
Ktt-thulu SufirCo .
Koln Surr Co
Onotnfi Sujt r Co
Ookila Sueir Plan Co
Olaa Su Co Ltd , at t
Piauhau Su Plan Co
Pala lliniailon Co
Pfpttkeo Surar Co
Ptonttr Mill Co
Pioneer Mill Co Aim
Waltuku Suear Co
Walmanalo Surar Co
Walme a Mill Co . .
Wl df Stfitnihln Ct
iMtr-lilanlStram N Co
iaaiun t'ctric to
Hon Rapid T&lan4Ce
Mutual it erhon Ca
Oahu RvA Ln4 fit
ftopit a lt fit K r tc
First National Bank
HawAllanOov 5 percent
HlloR R Co. 6rrcenl
Hon Hj-IJ Trnlt
E Planlil n ftrrrni
vinu kkli.0 ft c
oahu Plantation 6 p c
Oiia Plantation 6 p. r
WaUlua Agrkbl tpc
A1AI1QUIS ITO HONORtD.
uKohamn. 1ov 20 A liwinn ts.t
ginin reportH that Murquls Itu wan
JJHU--U hi UUIlltT uy int'ir MftJORtlOU
the KtnB nml Queen of Kuelund nt thu
Hi nl Palari Minimi. r iiiivnylii nn 1
Mt TkiuiiKI participated MnrqtilH Ito
""' riiu'iuimni u nv ITCniliT, (lit
.';ii.iir itir lorcipti AiTnira, and th
irr8lil nt or tho Chamber of Commerce
Al till Intlpr frmttttitinn Momnk Tin
dilhorcd n vpooch roncurnlue trado.
Hi Ik helnj; warmly welcomed In Ion
th ti nt pipfent Marquis Ito will leave
I.'iiRlnnd In the middle of January next
nnd nrrhe nt home h the end of Feb
WILLARD K. DROWN.
W. A. LOVE.
Halstead & Co.;
ON SUGAR SECURITIES
921 Fort Street.
Stock and Bond Exchange.
Stock andBond Broker
Member of Honolulu Stock Eichangi
Orders tor the purchase or sale of stocks
ana bonds carefully and promptly txicutsd.
Ground Floor, JudJ Building.
Hctoftice Box 390, Telephone. 160
Judd & Co., Ltd.
307 etiinjjenwnld Uulldlnfi.
P. O. llox 007. Tel. Mnln 3S8
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