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EVENING DULLETIN, HONOLULU, II. T MONDAY, JAN. 13, 1302.
I Choice Candies I
The dolnty boxes Illicit with freshest chocolntes Jr-om
our atoro nre constnntly ftpowlnjj In invon. If you would
hnve pure, fresh nml delicious cnmly, try
We serve ICES. COLD DRINKS, UTC.
Cnnily Dcpnrtment of
WALL, NICHOLS CO., LTD.
Two Stores tn One.
An Old Saw
Sanitary Steam Laundry Co.,
Ring up Main 73 and our wagon will call for your work.
Beretnnln St., near cor. of Bmma
We wish you
New Year !
and thank you for the pat
ronago extended to ua dur
ing the past year. Our
Btock of GROCERIES for
1002 will be the complctcst
and frCBheat to bo tound In
Honolulu, and wo are sure
you will And It to your ad
vantage to buy from us.
Have you ever tried
HEINZ' PICKLE8 and PRE
SERVES? They are simply
delicious. Try some. :o
Telephones 22, 24, OS
P. O. Box 380.
Have you seen the beauti
ful stock of upholstered
leather lounges and easy
chairs we are now selling.
They are marvels of beauty
and comfort and the prices
are reasonable. :: ::
Como and see them.
HOPP & CO.,
Leading Furniture Dealers
Cor. King and Bethel Sis.
Is n good description of the collar
thntcomeshome front the Chinese
laundry, i I We do work tlmt
plenses even the most fastidious
and your collars will not be snw
toothed, nor your cuffs and shirt
bosom spotted when we do your
work, i i You cnn't help being
plcnscd it you wnnt good work,
that's the only kind wc do. Try
us once and you will become a
steady customer. t I I
For a Rood
place to buy WALL
PAPERS. You don't
need any telescope to
see that we have the
LINOLEUMS AND .
in this city.
Hotel Sti jet.
Will be open for business
on or about Jannnry IS.
J. M. WEBB,
II. C. Ct 8. COb NEW OFFICES,
Walluku, Jan. 11. The office of the
II, C. & S, Co. has been removed to
their new quarters at Camp 5. The
vault in the companj's new office is
the largest on Maul today, being al
most a third larger than tho Circuit
court vault. Tho brickwork was done
by Japanese masons. Machinists are
still busy with work putting In tho
machinery of the new Punnene mill
under tho supervision of Chief En
gineer J. N. S. Williams. The grounds
around tho mill as well as the mill
Itself, will be lighted with eleetilu
Telephone tho EVENING BULLE
TIN, Main 250, If ou havo books to be
made, printing to bo done, etc., etc.,
and wo will call. Wo havo men that
know their business far that purpose.
AN HOUR IN THE MORNING
THE SAME HOUR EVERY MORNING
or afternoon, given to dictation, will
keep your correspondenco "cleaned
up. ' Try it a month.
J. D. AVERY, Business Correspondent
Reciularlty! Certainty!; Despatch!
Tel. Main 76. 95:45. Elite Bldn.
NO PENALTY FOR
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hours after reporting, hut while the
ship was In Port Townscnd. her former
muster, Capt. Scwell. came aboard, and
removed all of the papers and effect
which ho had left aboard at Hongkong,
nftho time of his supersession by Capt.
Halstcd. After lonvlng l'ort Town
send, tho ship proceeded on her way to
rrecmantle, but between Port Town
"end and this port, she encountered
very hcay weather which caused her
to spring a leak and to be otherwise
damaged, making It dangerous tn pro
cced without proper repairs and com
pelling her to put Into this port in dis
tress. She entered this port In dis
tress on December 28th, 1001, and tha
master ihilj reported his arrh al to on,
filing at the same time, such papers as
he had, excepting the original crew
list Issued out o( the district of Hai
ti mo re, four eais ago On Decembe
2Sth 1001, Capt. Halstcd made and filed
his ".Marine Note of Protest." as re
quited by law (I' S it. 8 2S01). and on
December 31st 1001 filed with you,
vrrlllcd b) his oath a statement et
planatory of his failure to pioduce tha
original brew list of four years ago
Ho explained that he failed to produce
this list because he "could not find
such list aboard said vessel," and
speaking nf Capt Sew ell's visit to th
ship at I'ort Townscnd, he remarks
'JThe former master of this csscl
enme aboard and removed all of lit)
personal effects which he had left
aboard at Hongkong, and I belloc he
must havo taken the crew list by mis
take with other of his personal effect
This being the first American port put
Into, I had no occasion heretofore tn
look up tho crew list, presuming It tn
bo nmong my papers. It Is no fault o!
mine that I am unable to produce tho
proper crew list " Attached to thl
statement Is a portion of what evi
dently were shipping articles, signed by
Cnpt. Scnell on Jan. 4th, 1S08, ap
parently at tho port of Baltimore: and
whllo this portion Is incomplete and
fragmentary, yet It Is all that Capt
Halstcd can procure or prodtico, and
tends, In some degreo, to Illustrate hi
good faith and lawful Intent In tlm
In addition to the foregoing, Cnpt.
Halstcd submits all the papers of tho
ship, pertinent to this subject matter
which came Into his possession since
he Joined the ship as master at Hong
kong, and it must I think, be 'con
ceded, that Cnpt Halstcd has done all
In his power to comply with his legal
Independent! of this, however. I
havo the honor to ndlse joii that. In
my opinion, the Acts of Congress re
quiring a mastor to produce Ills crew
list, whether that Issued at the port of
Baltimore, or at "the port from which
tho vessel orlglnnlly sailed," bine no
application to n rase similar to the
present (?!) Stats I. C88; IT S. It S
2631 et seq . Id., tltlo 53. Ch S; Dcsty
Ship, L Aclin sec 121, Harrison .1M
Vose, SO U 8. (9 How) 372; Marriott
vs. Drune, Id. 032; Waring vs. Mobile
75 U. S. (8 Wall.) 120; Tho cargo of
the Lady Essex, 39 Ted. Itcp. 707; The
Javlrcna 07 Id. 1G5; The Coqultlan
77 Id. 701 ; Keck vs. U S. 172 V S. 172
U, S. 404) In my opinion, no penalty
fchould be Imposed
J. J. DUNNE.
Assistant and Acting I'. S. Attorney
u w m n
Lam lp. tho rich Chlneso merchant
who a few davs ago was arrested on the
chnrgc nl assault and battery on his
wife, I.uin Shee. at tho samo tlmo as a
suit for divorce was filed against him
In tho Circuit Court, appeared In the
Police Court this forenoon.
Attorney F M. Ilrooks who had been
retained by Lum Slice, addressed the
court briefly, stating that the com
plaining witness had asked that the
case bo discontinued. A reconciliation
had been effected and Lam Yip and his
wife wero living together again.
Mr Drooks went on to say that Lum
Shee had Insisted on a warrant and he
had ssslsted her in this.
Tho reconciliation coments again two
of the largest Chinese fortunes In the
Hmimi Hqunre Mimic
Tho band -will play the following ho
le ctlons at a concert In Emma Square
this evening, beginning nt 7:30 o'clock'
Overture Tho Iload to Glory.... Kllng
Miserere II Trov atoro Verdi
"Kcnilnlsctntts of Uosslni" ..Godfrey
(a) Ko Aloha Inlkl .Mai.
(b) Na Molukama..
Miss I. Kelllaa.
(c) He Iuoa no Watplo.
(d) Kant Halll Pol ka Lehua..
Mrs. N. Alapal.
Cornet Solo Lizzie Polka ..Harfmau
Mr. Charles Krcutcr.
Selection Tho Messenger Boy ....
Sextet Klorodora (by request). Stuart
Polka Htlo Bay Bergcr
The Star Spangled Banner.
Tho muslenl tlrtlo of tho Kllohnnu
Art League will glvo a muslcnlc on
Monday ev ruing, Jnnuary 20, at x
o'clock at tho homo of Mis. 8. N. Cas
tie. I'imhonua, Mauoa.
(W It'l Ml
AIJ.cn fclettrli ' Hell'
-s penvirv l ku ir intc-d
" all the curative ppiper
ties of the cspniulve btlis now snlJ h
do tn'S ind druggists. It gives a ve v
trong currrnt ol electrltltv inJ i-r.illv
regulated. Itmini to Miiicp-cJeolhir-,. t n
be hid from the unJer.i,meJ imlv , "
agents, no JRount, Clrculirfree. A IJrr.
Pierce Electric Co . 206 I'nst St.. S n
Francisco. Sent frft to li iw .ill for Sfi 00
LOCAL AND GENERAL
The Bulletin's special Industrial edi
tion can be obtained at this office or
the newsstands. Price 25 cents.
John Hind of Kohala Is here
(J. II. Ilerrcy's office, 8 Campbell bid.
Printing and developing at Honolulu
Photo Supply So.
Hartford bicycle, toaster brake, Seo
Tor Salo column.
The schooner Adn will bo In from
windward ports this afternoon
Nicely furnlched rooms, Popular
House, 1219 Kort St., $1.50 rcr week up.
Ladles' black cloth capo, is adver
tised for under Lost column In this Is
sue. Tho Hawaiian hand will play u tun
to Mr. Tethers at tho hotel tomorrow
Tho" milt of the Honolulu plantation
began grinding the second crop this
Itie weekly edition of the Evening
Bulletin gives a complete rummary of
;ho news of tho diy.
Bourbon Whiskey, i! years old, $3 50,
Claict, 50 cents, Sherry and Tokny, 75
cents n gallon at lloftschlacgcr Co's
Manager John Hind of KohaU and
manager uf Huwl mill reports the
voting plant enne of the district look
ing at Its best
Alt day tomorrow there will bo at
Morgan's auction rooms an cihlhltloi'
Turkish rugs. Sco announcement In
Tho steamer Etirchn will not get
away for Kiihului until tomorrow or
maybe tho day after. Somo repairs am
being mndo to tier stern.
There will bo a continuation, Into
tomorrow, of the sale nt auction of P
A. Perry's books. Seo Jas. 1 Mor
gan's voltimn on page 8.
The gasoline hoist aboard the
schooner Eclipse wilt lme n tussle
with a 13 ton boiler tomorrow. The
boiler is for tho Kona augnr Company.
Tho regular quarterly meeting of
tho Young Women's Christian Asso
elation will bo held nt 7-30 o'lloel;
this evening In the Association .rooms,
Joseph S. Emerson has flutshed Bur-
v eying the hulcatias breaking Into tho
slto for tho industrial School nt Wula
lee, Oaliu. Ho will liao tho cnttro
survey completed In about two weeks.
While nil this talk about moro light.!
In various parts of tho city Is being
indulged In It might bo suggested that
It would bo a good plan to put In a
light at tho second bridge on King
street where nn old natlvo was run
Into by a street-car and badly hurt the
A Chlncbe barber has made his ap
pcarancc on tho I unit lately He goei
nbout from one vessel to anothci mid
shaves the men during tlm lunch hour,
Ills trade Is Increasing dally and his
tiistomera nro beginning to look for
his nulvnl. Tho fact that ho tomes to
ilio ship saves tho men a trip uptown
aud do they like to nalronlzo tho man
a uniicu meeting or tlio women c
Guild and the Brotherhood of St. An
throw Onlld of the Second Congrcgn
tlnn of St. Andrew's Cathedral will
take plate on Wednesday ov cuing
Jnnuary 15. at tho school room In the
Cathedral grounds. An address on
Oullds and their works will be given
by tho Itov. Sidney Hooker or Mon
tana. Mrs. Hooker will also speak or
tho Women's Auxiliaries. All church
members nnd those Interested nro In
Captain Plltz of tho American
schooner Hubert Suarles was. a pak.
senger from Kauai In tho sttn,uicr Ml
l.ahala yesterday. The vessel 1ms been
at tho Kauai port several weeks wnlt
Ing for n ihautc to unload but has not
been able tn do so. Whllo sho hai
been thero tho vessel has pulled so or
her moorings that tno buoys nro all
nut of place and sho will have to put
them back In position again To makn
arrangements for tills Is what brought
inpinin j'iiiz ncrc
Among the arrivals In tho steamor
Kinau last aturdav was T. li. Unwell
who has been representing tho Pacific
Union Oil Company of Coallnga oil
district, Fresno county, California, on
mo isianus or Hawaii and Maul for tb
past six weeks.
Mr. Howell reports tho salo of a
largo amount of stock set asldo for do
velopment purposes, nnd will roturn
to tho field of his oporatluns on Hawaii
by tho Klnnu Tuesday.
Whllo on Hawaii Mr. Howell mndi
an extended visit among tho planta
lions lying between Puna and Mahu
kona. nnd wns paitlcularly Improssoc'
with tho appearance of tho voting
plant tano In tho Hainakua nnd Ko
hala districts In passing from one
plantation to another, ono could hard
ly boliovo that tno two dlstricu men
tloncd had been visited by a drouth, as
the entire region as tar na tho ejo can
seo presents n perfect sea or green
tolor of the rapidly growing cane.
At the Onomea nlnntniinn tl,n ,nn..
Is looking well, and tho crop for tho
senson of 100J will bo tno largest In
tho history of tho property.
Tho successful starting of tho now
Olaa mill nnd tho results so far oh
tnlned fiom tho enno btlng ground, fnr
oxceeds tho most sanguine expecta
tions of oven Mnnaccr MeSinrUnr.
iaho u an in all, tho peoplo on tho
Island of Hawaii havo but littlo to
Within n very fow weeks Hllo will
be connected with tho Mainland by dl
rett steamer service nnd altogether
tho outlook for that city and tho Island
of Hawaii Is oxtromoly bright.
POItTO RICAN 1 O .1AIL.
Jose Miranda, a Porto lliinn sut,
pected of taking money, silver minimi
and other articles of aluo fiom tlm
soda-water btaud of John Kalaiikon. at
tho corner of Wjlllo nnd l.llllm stieets.
iij'ju-un'u 111 me i-iimu conn mis ion
liiHin ou the thargo or vagrancy When
Int. rpietir MatCatilay was ihIIuI im
10 trnm,lato what was being h.ild tlio
itef.iul.iiit waved him nwa invlng
',l' no likn tills man tnlk " Ho nnd
MaiCaulay had evidently tut.l d.ullngH
hiiort Tlio Poito Itlcnn ntlmltt.nl ink
', 1 itiln thing) awny froiq tliu soda
wnter Htnnd but claimed that Ju- .11,1 11
lictniiiio Kulaukoa rerused to pay him
his wall's When nsked whs he took
a pair of trousers from Kimono I)u
vaut Hello's houso ho replied that they
had been given him. Defendant was
sentenced to throo monthH' Imnrlsnn.
vment at hard labor.
Iff a? ihfsVn! The J, & M, 'Lacker'
Jjw'gC-'if a fine French, stock, of sniooth surface,
Kj5tt A no chipping, no seufllng. Tho only
"VJRy black leather that enn bo worn 305
4ft m&ft l,aJa '" a ycnr without injury to tho
y jKM feet, Tho highest grndo shoe mada in
ngnW tho United States. .:
i::r::r Mclnerny Shoe Store
"EVERY DAY A
YOU WILL FIND
January Ribbon Sale
ALMOST A MILE of ru h nnd dainty fnncy silk ribbons widths
Nos. 40. CO and SO In Si t. '1 plaids stripes and largo checks, now
est spring combinations of colors nnd shades. All fresh nnd rich
PACIFIC IMPORT COMPANY, "-
Progrcas Illocic, Fort Street.
CLINTON J. HUTCHINS,
AlcirNERfNY BLOCK, PORT ST.
No More Dread
of the Dental Chair
Tnimi extracted and killed
ADSOLUTELY WITHOUT PAIN b)
our Into scientific method applied to the
gums. No sleep-producing agents 01
Tin sir are the only dental parlors Ic
Honolulu having PATENTED APPLI
A.NCKS nnd Ingredients to extract, fill
and apply gold crowns and porcelain
crowns undecteeablo from natural teeth
and warranted for ten years, WITH
OUT THE LEAST PAIN. All wort
done by OltADUATED DENTISTS ol
from 12 to 20 years' experience, and
?ach department In charge of a Special
1st Give ua a call, and you will One
us to do exactly as we advertise, W
will tell you in advamo exnetly what
vour work will cost ny a FREE EX
Set Teeth $5 00
Gold CrowiiH,, , $K,00
Gold Pilling 1M.OO
Hllver IMIIIndH BOc
I St... 1 nl 1... ....-..-
that jour work iU bo of tbo Ut
New York Dental Parlors,
(loom 4, Elfto nulldlng. Hotel Sireei
IAD1ES IN ATTENnANCK1
Hours. S a m to C p. in.
guuda), 'J a in to 12 in.
f Autjf f III W
BARGAIN DAY" I
2',t and 30c per jnrd and 3 yards
All ribbons displayed In our show
ANOTHER LOT. No 40. nil silk
ribbon GOO ards, in taffeta, plain (ol
nrs 15c per yard white the lot lasts
We announce the arrival of prettiest
novelties In 1902 wash materials dud
A largo stock of ladles' ganulno tail
nrmado GOLF 8HIRTS, In grey anj
black; all wool materials. Thc&o
skirts aro so beautiful as to create ,1
largo salo nnd nro good values. Dont
falj to seo them,
One case only of tho best
AMERICAN DRESS GINGHAMS
latest spring patterns offered this
week at 10c the yard.
HAS NEW GAMES
We havo on exhibition and for salo the very latest novelties
from Santa Clans' workrooms (lames that )ou havo seen advortia
od In tho leading magazines aud periodicals. Games for young peo
plo; games for old peoplo; games for ever) body. Hero aro somo of
pe names of new ones.
Burrows Balletto Boards
Wo havo all the old games ns well and also many pretty toys.
For jeara our toj deparuumt has been a most popular institu
tion nnd tho stock is In too gnnt a variety to speak of separately
bore. Thero Is mil) one way to llnd out what wc have. You aro In
vited to call and tee everything
OUR TOY DEPARTMENT vc warrant will not be disappointing.
E. W. JORDAN'S
J. H. FISHER
Stock and Bond Brokers.
FIRE ASSOCIATION, of Phllade'?W.
WE8TERN ASSURANCE CO, tf To
ronto. Offices Stangenwald Bids tef
HONOLULU HTOCK UXCMANCU
Hon, lulu, Jinuaryi), loo:
NVME OP STOCK pJfJ"opj?' mil'tW
Z. Brwf VCotttDifiT
MS SlcblDO Cofl I &,
L B. Ktrf ti Co., UJ I 100.9.0
. Pl.nlAtton LA ... foooood
Hiwillin Com & Su Co f.t't lit
Hwllin Sueur Co
nonoimj "UKf Co
Kthoku PUntatlnn Co
Klahulu Susar Co
Xoloa Sugar to
O.hu Sucai t ,
Ookalt Sutar Plan Co
OlaaSu Co. Ll J, ail
Olaa Su Co.Lti, t J up
Paauhau Su Plan Co
Pacific Sugar Mill
Pala Plantation Co
Prpttkc 0 Suear Co
Plonur Mill Co
Plonnr Mill Co Aiwt
Walatua Arr Co
I oo onol
Walluku Surar Co
Walnanalo Surar Co
I Walnna Mill Co ..
ATI lit St.lmiMn Co
a.aiian L'rcirtc o
Hoo RaplJ T & titlJCo
Wuttial Ttltphon Co
Oabu Rr & Lan4 Co
Paoplt lea ft: It I g Co
Flril National Bank ,
FUMA S BinkftiT.Co
Hawaiian Cjov ) parcrot
Hllo R R Co. parcant
Hon. I'ali r,nl,.
C.a r a itat n 6 par rant
wanu r L Ln pr c
Oahii Itantatlon 4 p c
Claa plantation 6 p. c
""'.l. KIKVI Opt
In Hie I'olhc Court Oila forenoon.
Rtgorln O.inla. t I'orto Illcnn, charge
with l.irrenj In the second degree as
well as vngranev had both cases nolU
pros'il Unr ffl a room was searched x,
fi' das ago and stolen goods were
round there It turned out that ths
articles had hi en stolen by his formsc
room-mate now serving sentence at
Oaliu Jail Jose Mlrandi, charged with
larcenj In the second degree, was com
mitted to the Circuit Court for trlit
Ah Yok and Ah Kee. cho fa bankrrt.
were each fined $23 and cost.
The steamers James Makee and MI
kahila both from Kauai arrived ye
tenia j .
WILIaAM) E. DHOWN.
W. A. I.OVB.
FIIANK HALSTEAD. ,
Halstead & Co;;
ON SUGAR SECURITIES.
921 Fort Street.
Stock and Bond Exchange.
Stock and Bond Broker
Member of Honolulu Stock Kicfeitm
Orders for the purchase or sate of stacks
ana bonds carefully and promptly sjuaiUl.
Ground Floor, Judd UulUInc
Postoftice Box 300. Telepbon rj
Judd & Co., Ltd.
307 Btongcnvvnld Uulldlnjj.
P. O. Uox 007. Tel. Main S2S
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