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nVBNINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, H. T., TUESDAY, JAN. If, 1502.
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SCENE AT NEW YORK'S BIQ HORSE SHOW.
Tlic dainty boxes tilled with trenliest chocolntcH from
our store nrc constantly growing In Invop. If you would
have pure, fresh and delicious candy, try
Vc serve ICES, COLD DRINKS, BTC.
Candy Department of
WALL, NICHOLS CO., LTD.
Two Stores In One
It Pays to Get the
No matter what you arc buying It always pays to net
the best. This rule holds good In other things an well.
It pays to patronlc the best laundry as It will alwas
give you the most for your money. In this case it Is
the most satisfaction and the least wear to your clothes.
You are saving money as surely when you buy good
laundry work as In any other commodity.
Sanitary Steam Laundry Co,,
We wish you
New Year !
and thank you for tbo pat
ronage extended to us dur
ing the past car. Our
stock of GROCERIES for
1902 will be tho complotest
and freshest to be louml In
Honolulu, and no aro suio
you .will find It to your ad
vantago to buy from us.
Have you ever tried
HEINZ' PICKLES and PRE
SERVES? They are simply
delicious. Try some. :o
H. MAY & GO,
Telephones 22. 24, 02
l. O. Box 380.
Hotel St. jet.
Will be open for business
on or about Jiinnnry 15.
Have you seen the beauti
ful stock of upholstered
leather lounges and easy
chairs we ire now 'elllng.
rhey are marv els of beauty
and comfort anJ the prices
are reasonable. . " "
Come and see them.
BOPP & CO.,
Leading Furniture Dealers
Cor. King and Bethel Sts.
J. M. WEBB,
POLICE BELIEVE ROSA
A MURDER'S VICTIM
LOCAL AND GENERAL
The Bulletin's special Industrial edi
tion can be obtained at this office or
the newsstands. Price 25 cents.
Body of Man Exhumed by Police List
Night-Autopsy Shows Suspicious
Wound on the
At nbiitu J o lo k vostoidny after
noon Uonuo, u Hawaiian hid, gnvo
ihi pultie authorities luiormatlim
wlili h li-il i.iuu to suspect that one
Iom nil Komi liad ioiiih to iiIm ileum
tnrough sonic mill meauo. lnvosltga-
iIuiih ui' maili' ami It was soon set-
tlnl mi that the boil) of ttiu man, bur
led that vor ilit'TiKj'jn 111 tho Catholic
t'tnii'i,'!) should bn exhumed. Per
liiiM-iou to itu tills wan obtnliiotl fiom
I'll in, 'in Hlnggott ur the Hoard ol
lit ill li. mill High Slii'ilrr lliovvn ami
Depuiv Sheriff Chlllingwurth. Willi
crufctli-H. wont to lliu cemetery.
Tin Imily vvns exhumed with (Mill
cull) mill taken to the morgue, where
an nutnpsv. purformt'il l) Dr. Muidoti
aid illsdosoil no uglj. pcriiliurlv simp
d wound out tho kit temple, whlili
in in tinti'il through the skull anil Inn,
lie lirnlli Tho IIchIi wound was not
lurgo hut tho bleak In the skull Inokoil
as li sumo Iron Instrument hail hevii
itiscitoil anil thou twisted around sev
oral times. Thoro vvero hail nth anil
hi ii!k"H all hut the hotly, lutlltnllng n
The evidence nf Keawe. loupleil
with tho nppouianco of tho body, wns
enough fur the police, and a coroner's
Jury vjas Hiimniiiiioil. The body was
viewed nnil the Impient wns set for
7.30 o'clock this evcnlwr
In the nienntlnie, suspicions having
rested on Oeorge ltosn, brotlier of tho
deceased, who lived with the latter at
the (inner of Vliioard nnil Punchbowl
streets, mi iltlic wife of the deceased,
these two people were apprehended by
the police, ami nrc now at the station-
house. The truth of the whole revolt
ing ix i unenco will come out at the
liKimst this evening.
However, coil a In facts are admitted
by nil (liorge ltosn had n quarrel
a 'th his brother last Katui ila
night nnd early Sunday mornliiK At
about 0 a in. .Suuda), Mis. Rosa, who
nnil ili'imrtoil Katuril.iv night when the
liouhle between the two brothers lie
Kau, letinuod to the house. Her hui-
band was I) lug mi tho floor ol his loom
with a pillow saturated with blood un
der I'Ih bond She went nna amlt.
and ut II o'clock tho k.iiiii' morning a
dot tor was soul lor ll.i this time the
man was rintlilng at the mouth
l)r Alvan-r arrived nnd gave Iho
doooiiHoil mi ItiJ, ctlnn of strychnine
He llugoiod along until 'J 30 o' lot I,
yestonlnv morning und illt d. The dot
tor gave nhohollKm as the tuuo of
duith A burial permit was soiuroil
and bctwoou 3 nnd 3 3D o'clock In
the alteiuoon the remains weie Inter
red In tho Catholic eometorv.
Captain I'arkcr made a Bearch of
iho piomlxoM liccaimc tho son hnil said
ho saw (loorgo Itohh stilke his father
In the loom was round n nutty knife
Tho pillow tnse upon which tho di-
ceiihou iimi lain had been washed, hut
the stain wore still thcie
Tills moinliig fuithcr seauh was
made and n largo carpeiiter'H rompnss
waB found concealed In a crack In a
nenrh) feme On this appear marks
that, upon examination, will ury pioh
ably show blood stains. T.io police nie
Inclined to bolloe that this Is tho In
strument that mado the peculiar
wound In tho head. i
Tho two Hosa brothers haxo had
freiiuont tiouhlo for yenrH past Jo
seph's wife Is aliened to haw been the
cuiiso of the bail feelings.
They had Just been Introduced, and,
as she looked Into bis thoughtful blue
eyes, the young girl felt that she had
at last met a man of high Ideals.
"Are you Interested In the elevation
of tho masses, Mr. McSmudge?" she
asked, after she had worked up to tho
subject by easy conversational stages.
"Intensely, Mies Gushlngton," he
answered. "I have dedicated my life
tothls great work. I am Just now In
teresting myself In circulating a
pamphlet on tho subject, which I shall
be pleased to send you."
"How lovely!" she murmured fihe
Knew that she had at last found Ik
nut this world Is full of bitter dis
appointments, and it was a hard Jolt ta
Kthel Gusblngton's finer scuslbllltlos
when a few days later bhe received
utli the compliments of John Wesley
McSmudge, a catalogue of passenger
elevators for which he was agent Half
All cud) there are 2i,7 cases entered
on the calcnditr foi tho Kebruurv
term or the I'lisl I'luult Couit, being,
cilmlnal, 2i, civil Jur). lllil. Jury wnlv
cd, Tl; and dlvone. 1M. Theiu will bw
man) ciiM-it udded befoie the calendar
In the foretlosuio case of Samuel C.
Allen vs. Thomas It. Lucas ct ul tin;
dt fondants by tho.li nttorucyt,. Klnno),
Ilaltou H .McClanahan. hac llled a dc
muiioi alleging that the complaint le
amhlgiioiiK, unintelligible uud uncer
tain. Munda) 1'ebiuuiv 17. Is set for heur
lug the petition of I'alkal for probatu
ut the will or J. V. Kcalnkatt.
Judge Iliimphrevs has made an or
del allow lug LoiiUa Kaaloa, guaidlan
ol her two minor chlldien. to expend
J&fin roi their supiort and ediiontlon
Judge 1 1 ii m oh re) s has made mi ur
der lilioctlng ,1. S Walker, nilmlnlntiu-
toi or the estate of J. U. btruw, tl
cciihod, to pu) and deliver Into touit
all mone)s and prnpcit) of the Cbtate
llcnr.v Mmltli, by his attorue)K. An
drew a. I'eters & Autlrudo, has llled a
motion to uinejul Mh bill to cancel a
ilocd against Mar) S Itoso, widow,
and Kaviifiud II Dole, (iovoruoi of tho
Tcirltor) of Hawaii.
Kaplohuil i:Hluto Vb. A S Clcgliuili
vvbh befoio tho Huprenu Court this
In the United Stutos District Couit
this morning, Mr Ulgclow, ol counsel
foi the Hinhop Instate, Intimated that
thiie was somo objection to tho order
or tho Court last Saturday putting tho
United States lu possession of tho laud
(cndomnid lu the suit aguiust that de
fendant Judge Hstco consented to
hear more or the mutter tomorrow,
Kraiu Chilstlan Wllholm Hiichholtz
a subject uf licrmuuy, nab admitted
to I'nitoil States citizenship.
Accounts ol .Maishal Himdry. Clerk
Muirne and Horoieo riemlng woio ap
inovitl b) Judge Hslee.
Mis Tothls -fiond heavens Johnl
You're not going to dinner In thai
Mi Todds Yes mv dear The land
Indy told me last night that she was
going to tall on me to c.uve the tur
lio - Judge,
Telephone tho r.VKNINO I1UM.K
TIN, Main 25C, If )ou havo books to bo
made, printing to ho done, etc., etc.,
and wo will call. Wo havo mon that
know their bUBlnes for that nnrnnsn
AN HOUR IN THE MORNING
THE SAME HOUR EVERY MORNING
or nfteruoon given to dictation, will
keep jour correspondence "cleaned
up " Tr) It n month.
J. D. AVERY, Business Conespondent
Regularity! Certainty1 Despatch!
TVI Mln 7 O t. - -
Q. 11. Herrey's oflke 8 Campbell bid.
Printing and developing at Honolulu
Photo Supply So.
The iiliooner Kannle Adelo will sail
for tin Coast on Thursday
Spoclul salp of ladles' gloves at N'
S Sat li See advertisement.
The ilj s i). Carleton will probably
sail foi the Sound on Saturday.
A noilro rclattvo to tho estate ol
J V Ki-alakaa nppears In this Issue
Nlccl) furnished rooms. Popular
House. 1240 Kort St. Jl BO per weik UP
A llrst class bather Is wanted b) 11
Jeffs. See nil. Ill Want column, pane X.
Hobert ftv croft, after a visit In town,
departed for Hawaii In the Klnnu to
da). Mrs r O Ucweastle wah n depart
ing iiasseugor In the Klnau this mom
lug l.liense Insppctor.1. llati holoi lcnvi .
foi Maul lu tho Claudlnc this afti r
Attorno) fleorgc Hnns will return to
Wnlliiku this afternoon In the .Maul
The sailing of the steamir tturrka
for Kahiiliil has been postponed until
The Kliiail with man) passengers
for Maul and Hawaii ports sallui at
Seveial hundred tons of supplitH fur
the tialnlng ship Mohican hive arrived
ut this pott.
P. I). Kellctt Sr. Is t'onllncl ( ,
house with severe cold ami fever, since
Tho steamer Moana from the Colo
nles duo tomorrow may arrive here
Tho American ship A. J. Fuller Is
now out thirty-four da)s from Sydney
for this port.
Tho Hobron Drug Compan) Is nd
ertlBing nn cfTectlve rat poison See
nil on page 8.
II. P. Ilaltlwln, H. A. .Uahlwln and S
T Alexander nrc booked for the Clau
dlnc this evening,
do to Lewis & Co's gioniv tint
hnve Iho clerk tell )oii ahum thusi
pin money pickles.
T ho weekly edition of the Hvenlu
Dultctln gives a complete summary o
tho news of tho day.
A probate notice in tho maili r of the
ostalo or Sing W'nl alias Lull Sun Moi.
appears in this issue.
'I ho schooner Mol Wahlne due lo sail
foi P.iaitllo this afternoon m,i he de
la) oil until tomorrow-.
JanioH A. IMnnlstor makes tin- shoe
fm swell dressers See .Mainline tur
ei'rt Shoo Company ad.
A now fence for the Nsiv.il Station If
to he built. Contractor Campbell lias
bet ii awarded the woik.
The Amerlcnn bark Stai of llengal
arrived from Newcastle this morntnp
after n trip of sixty da)g.
Manager C. Hedemann of 'he Mono
lulu Iron Works will sail for Maul in
the Claudlnc this afternoon.
Leo Tomn & Co , Ltd., 33 King street,
today sell their good Manila cigars
from 3.30 to to 00 per hundred.
The work of the contractors build
ing the retaining wall- for the new
Dlshop wharf Is progressing rapid!).
C K. Stlllman has been mado a
clerk of the District Court He has
been nt IiIh duties for a couple of days
Ilourbon Whiskey, li ears old, $31,0,
Claret. GO cents; Sherry and Tokay, "'
tints n gallon ut Hoffschlaeger Co.'s
lly the arrival of the next Pacific
Mall steamer from San Francisco tlie
wharf used by the company will have
been made rat proof.
The annual mooting of the stock
holders of the Honolulu At Hawaiian
I 'a per Compan) will bo held on tho
Pith See notice' under Now Totla)
The tegular steamers for Island ports
have on time this afternoon, J The
Claudlnc gocb to Maul ports and tho
Mlkahala on the Hall's route to Kauai
Peach and Apple Jack (brandy),
fiom old Kentucky, for Southerner
and othcis, at the Uncoro Saloon,
t.orthwest corner Nuuami and Hotel
The annual meeting of tho Inter
Inland Telegraph Co., Ltd. Is called for
tomoirow afternoon at 4 o'clock In the
office- of V .1. Cross, Stangcnwald
George L)curgus sa)S the Intention
Is to erect a business block, two stor
ies and llrepiuof, on the llllo lot ho
bought nt auction of the government
)OHtonhiy for $15,000.
There Is a run on Iho gun stores
People aro buying rovolvoiH with
whli li to piotect themselves and rob
hois may Hud a warm reception await
ing them In locnllttes vvhtio the) least
A boatman with a boatload of stores
for the ship Henjainln Scvvall was cap
Kind lu tho ha) )esterday and most
of the stores so liaillj damaged that
the) had to bo replaced at the cxiensc
of the unlucky waterman.
Among the passengers departing If
the K I nan today wcro A. W Pearten
and wife, Misses Lucy and Maud
Woods, John Hind, Oeo. W. Hind,
Paul Jarrett and wife, U A. Thurston,
Miss Kate Kelly and John Uuylp.
Tho Japancso Government through
Consul General Mlkl Salto has tender
ed Its thanks to the Wilder Steamship
Co. for their efforts In having the lives
of seveial Japanese fishermen several
weeks ago at Hakalaii, during the rs
Captain Hugci. who letuiued fiom
llllo vvilh the band last Satuiilay,
slates that v. lion lie goes to the (Jlloou
Clt) ngnin he will be suio to take mi
uvorooai ear muffs and thick gloves
along with him. While pin) Ing ouo
evening, lie ver) uejrl) frojic. the moi
i in) having dioppi d to li- degiees At
another time, ho was plu)lug on the
back laual in the hotel when n pnrlli
ularlv cool seih'H of zcph)ts came
waiting down from Maunn Kea Hi
plavod the piano loi a Utile while and
was thou (on oil to put bis fingers on
an ductile Ugjil globe to take out thu
hwie ih ! The J. & M, 'Lacker'
j-T i a tine Preni h slot k of smooth surface,
"-jfe-6, I " t'1'ltlnR n" " ulhng The only
"JjJjJWLy blatk leather that can be worn 303
f fiy-tS myH '" n cnr "I"'""' Injury to tho
ffi jJBlP f,'ct Tlp 1,Kl0Bl'Krn(1e shoo mado In
yLJnW the I'nltcd States .:
," ";t ;- Mclnerny Shoe Store
.loliimton f.'.Miirpliy 1
"EVERY DAY A BARGAIN DAY"
YOU WILL FIND
January Ribbon Sale
ALMOST A MILE of rich and ilalnt) fiini) silk ribbon- widths
Nov 40. CO and 80 lu Sccitth plaids stripes uud large chicks new
est spring combinations ol colors and shades All frci-h and rich
21e and 30c per )iud an'l 3 yards
All ribbons disphi)oil In our tlmn
ANOTHER LOT. No 4ft all llk
ribbon, r.'io )ards In taffeta, plain e d
ors 15c per yard while tho lot last
We announce tho arrival of prettiest
novelties lu 1902 wash materials and
A large stock of ladles' giinuine tail
'oi made GOLF SHIRTS, In grey anl
black; all wool materials These
skirts are so beautiful as to create a
large sale and are good valtiob Don t
fail to see them.
One case only of the best
AMERICAN DRESS GINGHAMS
latest spring patterns offered thi
week at 10c the yard.
PACIFIC IMPORT COMPANY,
ProgrcHU Block, Port Street.
CLINTON J. HUTCHIINS,
fHlljrWNt J l JF
Kb i. 1 ftuii, JV
FIRE ,XhSWfcl ""2? MARINE
McIlNERNY BLOCK, PORT ST.
J. H. FISHER
Stock and Bond Brokers.
FIRE ASSOCIATION, of Phlladelphlv
WESTERN ASSURANCE CO, of T
Offices Stangenwald Dldg., M
HONOLULU 810CK HXCI1AN0B
Hon. luh , It vnrv 14, looz
N.VMC OF STOCK
I ft,.. Jb ( . a A ..A
M S atiiOr Col'I km no
L U Ktrr & Co LU AMbO-o jc
! Punlallor Co
Hlwallan Clip At Su Co
HcwillAl Su;ar Co
Honontu Suej, Co
Itilku Sueir Co
Kjniiku Punlitlon Co
KTthcl I'lint Co in
K0I04 Sue ir Co
O.htl Strt Co ,
Ookl buear Plan Co
Olaa Su Co . LU . at I
OlaaSuCo.LM. pi up (
Paauhau Su. Plan Co
Pala Plantation Co
Ptpetkro Suear Co
Pioneer Mill Co . .
Plonear Mill Co Aim
Walatua A(r. Co ,
Walluku Sural Co...
Walmanato Suffar Co
Waltr. a Mill Co ....
l d.r Slum, Mr, Co
'"Ccr-litani Steam N Co
iaanan t'ectilc Co
Hon R.rlJ T & UndCo
vlutual Ttlf phon Co .
Qahu Ry Lao J Co
Ptopta 1 lt 81 K (' Co
Fltil National Dank ..
FUMA.S Bank T. Co
Hawaiian Oov s'ptr ctnl
HltO R R Co. 6 r.reent
Hon. hapll Tltnill
It, P'anlaln 6 r.e r.n,
Oahu R & L O, rr c
Oahu Plantation 6 p. c
Olaa Plantation 6 p. c
waiaiiia tsnci.1 ope
i cos te too'
t.llt o ,t
, 0O0.0OO1 oi
t ona ooa to'
too tno loo
I otr .w, JO
i ,to ooe to
I i;o,oool ,ao
500 000 ,00
1 - tio
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Siiloi Mi II It T & L Co. J90.
:!() Kliii-I tin 'pi Wnlahia IfiC. 3.',
Oiiumta U"! in lltiiinmii in
I)el,iv In the Tientmrnt of bronchitis,
uliiili KMierull) begins with a ohlll. hM
fevi'ilsh nttniks and a foiling of ex
haustion, dot plops Inii) verj serious
fompllc.itloii I'AIN-KII.M.It taken in
hot water, as woll as rubbing the ehest
with It tloar, will speedily euro A vol I
substitutes, there Is btu on l'.iln-Killer.
Perry Davis l'rive 2Jc. and f.Ot
Suliifiilip for the WKKKI.Y
nri.I.KTJX, only $1 por onnntii.
WILLARD n. DROWN.
W. A. LOVE. ,
Halstead & Co;;
ON SUGAR SECURITIES.
921 Fort Street.
Stock and Bond Exchange.
Stock and Bond Broker
Member of Honolulu Stock Exch.ngi
Orders lor the purchase or sale of stocks
and bonds carefully and promptly txscuUd,
Ground Floor, JuJd Dulldlnt.
Postofnce Box 390, Telephone 169
Judd & Co., Ltd.
307 Btnngcnwiild IJulldlnU.
P. O. Box (JOT. Tel. Mnln 228
No More Dread
of the Dental Chair
TEETH EXTRACTED AND KII.LBI
ABSOLUTELY WITHOUT PAIN b
our late scientific method applied to tht
gums. No sleep-producing agents 01
These aro tho only dental parlors lii
Honolulu having PATENTED Al'PLI
ANCES and Ingredients to extract, fill
and apply gold crowns and porcelain
crowns undectecablo from natural teetb
and warranted for ten yoars, WITH
OUT THE LEAST PAIN All wort
done by GRADUATED DENTISTS ol
from 12 to 20 years' experience, and
each department In charge of a Special
1st Olre us a call, and you will flni
us to do exactly as wo advertise. Wi
will tell you In advance exactly whai
your work will cost by a FREE KX
Sot Teeth SB. 00
Gold PllllnUtt $1.00
Hllver PilllnfiH 0c
msFuqMAI VJ rl'si T-'f fT- Jf ltnr
Send the weekly edition of the Bui-
Our name alone- will be a Ki"rHtit,
that your work will bo of the best
New York Dental Parlors,
Room 4, Kill" nulldiug, lluttl Strt
HAS NEW GAMES
We have on exhibition and for sale the very latest novelties
from Santa Claus' workrooms Garnet) that you bavo seen advertis
cd In tho leading magazines and periodicals. Damon for young peo
plo; games for old people, games for ever body. Hero are some ot
the names of new ones.
Burrows Balletto Boards
Wo have all the old games, as well, and also many pretty toys.
Por cars our toy department has been a most popular institu
tion and tho stock Is In too great a variety to speak of separately
hero. Thoro Is only one wny to find out what we have. You are In
Utod to call and seo over thing.
OUR TOY DEPARTMENT we warrant will not be disappointing.
E. W. JORDAN'S
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