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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, H. T., WEDNESDAY, JAN. J5, 1902
HIS NATURAL SURPRISE.
Quest "Why, look here' There's a fly swimming around In this beer'"
Tavern Keeper (amazed) "Well well' Now where do you suppose the lit
tle animal could learn that?"
The dainty hoxes filled with freshest chocolate from
our store nrc constantly iVrowInjl In fnvop. If you would
have pure( fresh and delicious enndy, try
We serve ICES, COLD DRINKS, ETC.
Candy Department of
WALL, NICHOLS CO., LTD.
Two Stores In One. .
It Pays to Get the
No matter what you arc buying It nlwnjs pns to ftct
the best. This rule holds good In other things as well.
It pays to patronize the best luundry as It will nlwnjs
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 !
nnd thank joii for the pat
ronago extended to us dur
ing tbo past J ear. Our
stock of GROCERIES for
1002 will be the completest
and freshest to be tound In
Honolulu, and wo aro sure
you will find It to jour ad
vantage to buy from us.
Have you over tried
HEINZ' PICKLES nnd PRE
SERVES7 They are simply
delicious. Try some. :o
H. MAY & GO.
Telephones 22, 24, 02
l. O. Box 380.
Hotel Sti jet.
Will be open for business
on or about tlannnry lf.
Hive you seen the beauti
ful stock of upholstered
leather loungs and easy
chairs we re now -.elling.
They are marvels of beauty
anJ comfort anJ the prices
are reasonable. :: :'
Come and sec them.
HOPP & CO.,
teadlng Furniture Dealers
J. M. WEBB,
i - Cramps
r All Dowel
T i In ure, "f" n ' I '"u " ' n,b i
There ONLY OME
Porry Drtvls .
Two e at i
I COOL AND COMJCiU I
It wns t rool nnd comical marauder
'hnt vlsllod the house or N I' llur
fn In the watches of lnit tilnht lie
,nt down nt n table nnd ate some ba
nanas, nlso used n nut crnekei on ii
jiloto of nuts Visiting n loom n
cent excepting for n bnrcnu lie ran
sacked the bureau but failed to find
money tbnt wns l)lng tinder n paper
Th fellow (an led off a ont belong
Inn to Mr Burgess hut left underneath
the house n coat seemingly Just n
giod nlso leaving behind n pall of
trousers with suspondeis Mr llurRcss
Is not uwaro nf losing nil) thing but
th" eoat In Its pockets were hooks
and papers of no value to nnjbnd) lint
the owner whlili tlio thler consider
nlely left plied In n bab carriage The
only disturbance Ml Burgess heard
wns the sound of the nut n acker but
before he investigated the cracksman
had taken his departure
LOCAL AND GENERAL
The Bulletin's special Industrial edi
tion can be obtained at this otfiee or
the newsstands. Price 25 cents.
IE MI Of
Mr nnd Mrs l)e Courcej Jones llo
in n largo apartment house on Division
street Mr Joucs Is a man ot some
menus nnd a good ncai ot common
en Mr Jones never know cxactl)
how ll wns that at baptism nls parents
had dubbed him lu (Jourcey lie sur
lerctl under the name because tpltclul
P'-oiil-j ntlmatcl that, since he had
jiatl u little mono), he was tijlng to
put nn aim, and that his right unu.u
mis jonu. une morning at the ureal
fast table Mrs Jones, Qltci roitlt)lng
uerli wlih a tun ot colTce urongei
thnn usual, siild swtull), Coiinoy,
Jem I want Jiti'j loi something pai
Dc Courcg) smiled llid ilseutlv lit
always did ' Verj well, mj uear, J ll
try to II. It. What do ou want it
Mrs Jones nibbled at the cornel ol
n Trench mil. i Know joull IniiKh,
Cource), she said, presmtl), bin I
v;nnl to get n coat oi arms, so we tan
bav It hanging oer our mantel and
painted on tlio door or our carriage
whui we get one. T..uu was the ntc
Let ninu, an llullan, culled here )os
terduy, and he said all the uo.it ram
llles lu Chicago were using coats ot
arms now, nad that he made n special
ty of looking them up and having them
drawn nnd emblazoned or people He
bnd n gicnt book tilled with the most
bcnutlful arms and tresis that joii
ever saw. It represented the wml
that ho had alreauy dune fur Chicago
families It was Just loved), and all
our swell North bldo nclghuors were
In it. There were the Ilurkes. the
Hmileys, the Stonehams, the Cotfrels
tlio Cutters nnd a lot more and I dont
sto wh we shouldn't have ours. Tbo
man had a lot about their rnmillus. too.
Nearly all of them are descended fiom
Charlemagne or Alfred the (Ircat or
somebod) else no said ho Cutters
gut their name because one of their
unrestors cut oft the heads of a bun
tired Turks and saved the life of Hlcli
ttrd the I. Ion Hearted And, Dl Ciiur
tty you know u eoat of arms nukes
one so dlstinKUlshcd.
I know Cutler. Mclinda said Mr.
Jones "Ills grandfather was a most
estimable tailor, who used to make m
Miners (ionics down In tno little towo
in the Chenango alley where 1 wns
i 'in Ilurke I know too. Ills auces
tors mnde gtue They had n rendering
Plant mat useii to smell to heaven nnd
beyond. I think of old man Uurkon
tlnee every hot night now when tlm
wind blows from the stock ards,
There's lot of tomfoolery about this
runt of arms business, my dear, and
as for the Joneses, wo never bad a
coat nf arms, and t don't bcucto jour
iiuiinn menu can uig ono up ror us
'Oh, es, he can, too He told mo
that tlm name Jones was orklnnllv
John, and that there 'nsn'l the slight
(tt doubt In the world but that the
family Is directly descended from John
Do Courccy smiled a bit grimly. "My
collection Is, Mellnua. that tbo Hap
list was a bachelor However, that's
& minor matter (Jet our coat of arms
if you want to, but don't oxpeit me
tither to sport It or giory In It " Then
Mr Jones filled out a check for IU0
bud gave It to his wlfo. It was a week
b foro" ho asked about the progress ot
the coat of arms
"Tho man hrnugnt a drawing of It
loduy," snld Mrs Jones. "It shows n
bent reed (the wind Is blowing, the
man said) a bit of honeycomb nnd n
Musshopper Ho snld It was authen
lie, and I'd llnd It In tho Scriptures,
which takes us back farther than nny
or tho others whoso coats ho has look.
"You're In grent luck, Mclinda.'
I Hid De Courccy. i.ial vou cot In a lit.
nn tain on the deal
Q. H. Derrey's ofllec, 8 Campbell bid.
A cottage l wanted Sec Want col
umn on page
Printing and developing at Honolulu
Photo Supply So
Tho schooner A 11 Johnson snlls
foi the Sound this aid moon
The band will play the Alameda
nuaj this nltemoon nt .1 o clock.
Mis Hermann l'otko lenvcs ror (lei
man) In the Alameda this nft moon
Nicely furnished rootni, Popular
House, 1H9 Kort St. 11.50 per v,cck up
TIip steamer Hmekn will -nil fur
fan Francisco via Kahulul llls alter
noon at I o clod;. .
hie weekly edition of the Kvenlnt
tlullctln gives a couiphle rummary ol
tbc news cf tho day.
The Piolestnnt episcopal (hiiich
chattel has been approved b ilu (!nv
cinment and duly signed
The schooner Aloha will call loi the
Sc mill this afternoon to load limber
for Hllo or probably this poit
Leo lomn S. Co , Ltd , 33 King street,
today sell their good Manila elgnrs
from $3 50 to $5 00 per hundred
After tomorrow there will bo ui ml
ilitloual in tier cent milled to the
water rates of dellncuent p-irtlix
llourbcm Whiskey, (i years old SJOO.
Claret, JO cents, Shcrrj nnd Ink.iv,T5
cents a gallon at llorfsclilaci r Co a
The bnrkolitlnc New -.bo and
schooner Golden Shore Horn tin I'olo
nles. nrilVdl this morning wlih lull
cargoes of coal.
T II Hunter, who wns thint officer
on the steamer Moana when mm wns
11 1st launched, has been promote! to
be chler olucer In her.
Delay In some of the machlnerj foi
the new schooner built b) the oung
boys will not permit of her Ik Ink
launched until tomunuw.
This being tho dull season In the
Colonies, the steamer Moana lelt Svd
ney with but seventy tons of cargo
and twenty-six passengers
A Mr Tarrant who expected to lc.iv
b) the Alnnied.t toda), died iitimpnt
edl) tills morning The Mnsoiil. fia
terultv attend to the burial
Peach nnd Apple Jack ibiamhi
fiom old Kcntuck). for Southerner
and others, nt tlio Km ore h.tloon
roithnest corner Nuuaiiu mil Hole)
Mr nnd Mrs Oecirge 11 Cnitii gave
a dinner at the llnwalliin Hun I llu
nuests weru nn follows Mt ii I Mis
II A Strong, Miss (J ray ami Mi u.id
Mis II (i. Strong.
Theie was n large, crowd at tin
Quarantine wharf this moiuliig to see
ttie stonmcr Moana away Mini) peo
pie well known lu this cltj were de
parting passengers In her.
The following cases were disposed
m In the Police Court this ion noon
Juau Sautiugo, vagrancy three
months' Imm Imminent at liar I labor.
Joacpiln Souza, heedless rldil.g f-i anil
Mrs Hubert Wilcox will glie n bl;
lunu at her homo on the i lopes ol
Punchbowl tomorrow evening In honoi
of the birthday of her son There
will he n large number of Home Itulers
pieseut nnd It Is understood that there
will bo some speech making.
Supremo Chancellor Ogden II 1'elli
crs of tho Knights of l'jthlas was en
tertnlned nt dinner nt the Hawaiian
Hotel last evening. Later, the band
pla)ed on tbc urounds In honor of him
self nnd Mrs. I'el Iters Ihe Iannis ol
the hotel were filled mid the music ol
the band was enjucil b hundreds til
An attempt will be made (o bav
the ship llenjaiulii Sewnli get awn)
Tor rreemnntle, Australia, this alter
noon At the- present time theio lb
some trouble with the crew who tie
elnri' Hint the vessel Is short of pro
visions and In no condition to sail The
repairs made to her however, nn
vcr satlsfactorv to the Insurers nnd
the action of the snllors Is looked upon
ns only to be expected from them
The following arrests were made to
day Ah Sang, lnrcenj In the second
degree; Jnan Tralvorn and Alfrelrn
Troncha. vagrancy. These two Porln
Hlcnns Aero hanging about the police
station this morning and, when asked
what they wero doing there, replied
that they wero waiting to hear how
the eases of the Porto Itlcnns already
arrested would come out. Tho men
wero then tnken below. Their cases
will come up tomorrow.
Mcllndn was In teais,
"My dear," said l)e Couicey, "never
mind tho hundred dollais. As I was
coming homo tonight 1 overheard
Ilurko talking to his coachman
'James,' ho said, 'take the carriage
'round to Chrome, tho painter. Tell
him to take thlB crest ofT the panel
and put a monogram In Its place'"
Kduard II. Clark In Chicago rtecord
(Continued from page 1 )
It takes a polish as
bright as the sun.
tl. & M. stands for
I .lohriHton &,Murpli
The J, & M. 'Lacker'
a fin lienlisto'k of smooth surface
nn chipping no s tilling The onb
black leather that inn lm worn 36"
davs In n venr without Injure to tho
feet The highest gintb choc made In
tho fnl'ed states .: .- .- .: .: .:
Mclnerny Shoe Store
"EVERY DAY A BARGAIN DAY"
YOU WILL FIND
January Ribbon Sale
ALMOST A MILE Ol rt
Not- fo Go and So In S ot
est sp-'ng . Tiblnatli.ni- i '"
nn ' Ialnt fnn j -Ilk rlbbcuix widths
Ida I stripes nnd large clucks new
i- and shades AH f p xli and rich
-' u 1 3"i pn Mird and 3 yards
All ilbbons displaced In our show
ANOTHER LOT. No 10 nil silk
ribbon .''"i ,v arils In tnffi'ta plain col
ors 15c per yard while tin- lot lasts
Or J 2
We announce the arrival of prettiest
novelties lu 1U02 wash materials and
A huge stock of ladles' gauulno tnil
oimade GOLF SHIRTS, In gre nn I
black, all wool mnterluls. Theso
skirts are so hcautirul as to create a
large sale and arc good values, Don t
rail to see them
One case only of the best
AMERICAN DRESS GINGHAMS
latest spring patterns offered thla
week nt 10c the yard.
PACIFIC IMPORT COMPANY,
Progress tllock, Port Street.
CLIINTON J. HUTCH IINS,
J. H. FISHER
Stock and Bond Brokers.
FIRE ASSOCIATION, of Philadelphia
WE8TERN A8SURANCE CO, of T
HONOLULU HTOCK UXCIIANGD
Hon lulu, l.inuarv 1 5, 1002
NVME or STOCK
Ci:ttal J I n,,,
Pllor o- U1"
Rr.wM ACotrrimr HMml tr
M S Sifti,0 0 Co ft i to,ml loo
l o ikirr u c.e , lu i c4,i
cwl I'lintlt or (.A tnniAn
HtwIUn Suear Co
,lonomj sueir Co
Hnnrkaa Sueur C,
Hilku Suicir Co
Kahuku Plantation Co
KIUI Plant Co 111
tCI(.ahulu Suf ar Co .
Koloa Sugar Co
O.eiu Suar Co ,
Ookala Suear Plan Co
OlaaSu Co Ltd, ail
Paauhau Su Plan Co
Pacific Smar Mill
Pali Plantation Co
Pepaakeo Supar Co
Pioneer Mill Co Aih
Walalua Ajr, Co ,
Walluku Surar Co
WalmanalD Su;ar Co
Walma Mill Co .
irVl drr Stcamthln Cn
IMcr-Uland Steam N Co
iaanan t'ectrlc Co
Hon Rapid T & UniCo
mutual itlaphon Co
Oahu Rv A Land Co
P.optt lei at R I ( Co
Flrat National Rank
Flf.tA S llankttT.Co
Hawaiian Got i rercant
Hllo R R Co (.percent
Hon kadi Tr.ntll
I a P'anratn 6 per cent
u.nu tt ct t. Ln r, r
Oahu Plantation (i p c
uiaa ' anra infc r. e
Waialua Atr cut 6 p c
1 ttt.Tsol 100 ..
tooOAoo' a ll'j
733.0O0 too ijcj
twrtfim ao 10 ,,..
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n,no to t)l laU
I ocOtOn,) SO to
ICO.W lot lotVC
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) oo,ocoi 13 ol
l.botvoo loo 0 olii
I 000,000 to tl ,,,
vyvrol ao IH qU
, tCjni1 to 41 i
1 t $00,000 to It 14
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$ OnoOOO )0
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Ornic iattii To ten pounds of
grape h tillnn sl pounils nf sugar IIoll
the grupis rub pulp throtigh a wlra
slce ?ittitn to the kettle add sugar,
one table xpoeiiifiil of e Inmiiuon. nil
spbe ami linen When cool put Into
tumblers n ml tmer with mHted paraf
A OchkI Itdlsh for (lame or Hoist
Meats Chop togethei two pouiuU of
(Iks six pounils of alined rhubarb,
two whole lemons .Add cloves, alt
spire ami elnnnmon to suit the taste.
Cook slowl two anil a half hours, l'ut
In .ans or Jell) glasses
v WILI.ARD n. BKOWN.
W. A. I-OVn.
Halstead & Goi;
ON SUGAR SECURITIES.
921 Fort Street.
Stock and Bond Exchange.
the morning paper f No? Well, then
uste n to this;
" The current number of tho 'Swell
fl.t' contains six pages of reproduc
tions of tho coats of nrniB or well
known Chicago rnmlllos Tho pictures
wero taken from a series oi colored
prints prepared by Oluseppo Maca
roni, nn Italian i-ermisston to repro
duce! the rents of arms was not obtain
cil because the editor of tho 'Swell Set
cllU not think that nnj person could
eupyngni nnniuer persons eoat
tin yesterday three Imllfs of the city
realizing the fact thnt theie are somn
deserving 1'orto Itlcnns, started out on
a tour Into the slums of the city to in
vestlgato They lounil Just what the)
expected Thero weie many l'orto ill
ip.u families lu actual distress Tin
men could not get Work, and tlio pdot
women and ciilldren were going him
gry nnd without eloihes sulllclcnt to I
i over thorn duccntlv
These ladles did not go to im e Imrl
iiible institution but started out on
their own hook got together what thej
rculd from their own homes saw their
neighbors and friends and visited some
of tlio stores In the tltv Tho result
Hnvo joii seen was that thoy obtained a lot nt mate
iyicINERNY BLOCK, PORT ST.
Stock and Bond Broke"
Member of Honolulu Stock Eiclungi
Orders for the purchase or sale of stocki
and bonds carefully and promptly txicuttj.
Ground Floor, Judd Bulldlnr.
Postoffice Box 300, Telephone 169
Judd & Co., Ltd.
307 6tnnfVenvvnld IlulldlnjJ.
P. O. Box 007. Tel. Mnln 228
It. .htricxi nollofnntnlno -It l etitlto ' !!.""? . .Mr Mnfaronl tlireateneil silltl
.. ..... . ior inn ingenient or copyright, nml ihe
11 common thing when two citizens ((1,or ot Sh(, Sot J,tyt(l;i with 1".
meet on the street for n conviTsitlon ' Italian vesterdaj lor lluuii, It seems
like the following to tnke place 'Wdlthnt one person cannot copvrlght nn
what do ou know'" "Not a thing, other pti sou's coat ol nrms but these
What do vou know'" "Not n thing imrtleulni coats of nrms eio Mr Ma.
nellefontnlno (0) Examiner icuiohIh own pilvate prcipeit II In
le'iiien ciie-in, mew (iiein ami eop
ilghtt'il them und it Is untlerslonil thnt
AN HOUR IN THE MORNING
THE 8AMC HOUR EVERY MORNING
or afternoon, given to dictation, will
keep vour correspondence '"cleaned
up," Try It a month,
J. D. AVERY, Business Correspondent
Regularity! Certainty Despatch!
Tel. Main 76, 95:45, Elite Bldg.
ho was paid 111)0 eueh for the use of
them by many of 0111 best I Millies,
who had crnl) such claims to them nt
the Italian clinso to allow '
"Mellmln " tiild Mr Jones 'heie is
a list or the Clilengo families whine
coats nt arms anneured ln the 'Sucll
I Set ' Ale ou not Sony thnt the mini
I shaken b tho wind Is not emblazoned
alongside of tho swuul of Saincen
No More Dread
of the Dental Chair
TKHTII nXTHACTU) AND FILLED
ABSOLUTELY WITHOUT PAIN bj
an r late scientific method applied to the
gums. No sleep-producing agents or
Tneeo are the only dental parlors 1l
Honolulu having PATENTED APPLI
ANCES and Ingredients to extract. Oil
and apply gold crowns and porcelain
crowns undectecable from natural tsetb
and warranted for ten years, WITH
OUT THE LEAST PAIN. All wori
fono by GRADUATED DENTISTS o
from 12 to 20 years' experience, anC
each department In charge ot a Special
1st Give us a call, and you will tint
us to do exactly as we advertise. We
will tell you In advance exactly what
your work will cost ny a FREE EX
Set Teeth 65 OO
(.old Crowns 63.00
1 hit im-i'iuiK 1 unit JI liirt tl till lllitl lit' "HI , r-l.l IIIIIIA iei nn
then suggest the appointment ... nn I .' ' .'' ft? $
nxent In the clt loiepmi wlihref. 1 er 1 iiiinftn oue
t'lici id rttno Kit mis iit'siiiug 11111111 1111
I W I.nl.e uhi) Is lull ii'sti'il In nb 1
mining wink loi tin I'm to lib am- mi Id
Ibis moinlug 'Uvnivihlng should In
tli, lie It) get the l'liiln Hlr.iiiK nut ol tin
cllv Tliev tame lnui to woik on the
plantations nml the ic the) slimml go
I Imvn nihlHi'd nil I have seen in leave 1
the tit) anil nevii It turn lit te 'I l.ls '
Is not the plat fin tli m nnd Hit 1,111 j
nut make a living lu lluuoli ' 1
rial and started out on a torn ul dlstrl
billion. These ladles have decided
that they will not stop their efforts lu
behalf of the deserving I'm to Itlcnns
until work call be found fen them on
At tho meeting of tho planters to
morrow the matin of letters or dis
charges will bo (onslilered nml some
effort will be made lu relieve ."' sll
nation It Is umlei stood that l)r Al
varez has been uskeil to be present 11'
tile meeting tumeiiinw 11ml that be will
TOWBE- At Honolulu, II I Inutility
13, 11I0J to tho wllo ol Ucl Tovvt.O
Our namo alone will be a u.irirlt
that )our work will bo of tho best
New York Dental Parlors,
lloora 4, Elite Building, Hotel Hirer
LADIES IN ATTENDANCE
limns U m In r, o tn
HAS NEW GAMES
Wo havo on exhibition and for sale the very latest novelties
from Santa Claus' workrooms GamcB that )ou have seen advertls
cd In tho leading magazines and periodicals Games for young peo
pie; games for old peoplo; games for ever) body. Hero aro Bomo ot
tho names of new ones.v
Burrows Balletto Boards
Wo havo all tho old games, as well, and also many pretty toys.
For )cnrs our toy department has been a most popular instttu
tlini nml the stock Is In too great a variety to speak of separately
hero Thoro Is only one wny to find out what wo havo. Vou aro In
vited to call and bee over) thing.
OUR TOY DEPARTMENT we warrant will not be disappointing.
B. W. JORDAN'S