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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, II. T., TIIUnSDAY, JAN. IS, 1902.
The dnlnty boxes filled with freshest chocolates from
our Htoro arc constnntly growing In fnvor. If you would
luive pure, fresh and delicious ciintly, 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 always pays to get
the best. This rule holds good In other things as well.
It pays to patronise the best laundry as It will nlvvnys
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 Go,,
We wish you
New Year !
and thank you for tlio pat
ronage extended to us dur
ing the past year. Our
Btock Of GROCERIES for
1902 will bo the completcst
and freshest to bo tound In
Honolulu, and we are sure
you will find It to your ad
vantage to buy from us.
Have you ever tried
HEINZ' PICKLES and PRE
SERVES? They nre simply
delicious. Try some. :o
. Fort Street.
Telephones 22, 24, 02
!. O. Box 380.
Have you seen the beauti
ful stock of upholstered
leather lounges anJ easy
chairs we are now selling.
They are marvels of beauty
and comfort and the prices
are reasonable. :: ::
Come and see them.
DOPP & CO.,
Leading Furniture Dealers
Cor. King and Bethel Sts.
Hotel Sti -et.
Will be open for business
on or about tlannnry IS.
J. M. WEBB,
It Ib always filled with good
things to eat. You've never
seen anything qulto so line.
Ask the clerk to tell ou about
Come one, come all, bring tho
NOT TO BUY,
BUT TO LOOK.
LEWIS & CO
1000 Fort St.
240 Three Telephones 240,
Tho New Housekeeper generally ens
a trying time In selecting furniture
for the house.
It Is one of our specialties to male?
this tttBk a light one and we take prHe
In furnishing the pnrlor, dining room,
bed rooms, etc, tastefully and eiorjom-Ically.
When you want
Coyne Furniture Go.
COMPANY WILL REDUCE
Manager Cross Makes Statement as
To Condition System Should
Be Working Soon Loan
The nnnual meeting of the share
holders and directors of the Intcr-lsl-nnd
Telegraph Co. was held yesterday
afternoon In the ofllce of V. J. Cios
Stangonwnld building. Thoe present
at tho nuetlng were. V. J. Cioss,
manager and pi evident, V. It. Eur
rlngton, serretor , C. .1. Hutching
treasurer; It. C. Drown. J. II. l'lsher.
Robert C'ntton and V. II. Iloogs Them
were 1071 shares out of the 2001) repie
tented. Treasurer Huuhlns made i
verbal report. salnj there was 4" In
the hank nud that this had ben garnl
sheed. Theic was an Indebtedness of
J'JO(K), Hobert Catton being the prin
cipal creditor. Tli'ie a $11,000 In
unpaid assessments which could pot
tin brought In. .none of the sharehold
ers being willing to pay a tent of the
money due. Kvrn those who had paid
their assessments regularly at first,
had joined the others.
Manager Cross stated that the sys
tem started on March 2. l9nl. and that
for three months afterward, It did not
pay expenses or Interest this being
tersely duo to the Inefficiency of the
operators. At the end of that time,
the system was working satisfactorily.
Just at about that time Marconi made
a demand for the balance due him
This not being forthcoming, he re
futed to supply any mote material
The tubes began to play out. The man
ager was unable to secure any more
the system begun to work poorly, and
on November 2J. there was a complete
Tho speaker sahl lie lift for the
Mainland In September to get w
tubes and make the repairs hlmdf
Me returned with some of the mater
ial and had made the tubes n'lbh Imvf
been found to work eatlfatmll.v. Now
there was no money to put the opera
tors back again
When the tubes were nent to th' Kin
ttons, the batteries were foun 1 to ho
very wrak. Treasurer llutiliiin pr i
uied new batteries here and forvv,itl
id them but many were Mill on the
ducks of the vnrlouv Inland. hri
bong no money to move them to the
stations. There was no fault In tho
system, whlrh bad been ilcmonstni'ltil
to work as promised, hut the rompnny
had been operating on shur .itilt'il
owing to the stockholders having fail
ed to-pay their assessments.
Mr. Cross, rontlnulng. said h would
turn back his promoter's sto ' in or
dcr that paid-up stock could be given
to tho stockholders for what they had
paid in. He also suggested that tlit
proposition of reducing the cupltil
otocK rrom 1100,000 to .0,OOu or 4G0.'
000, bo adopted.
W. II. Hoogs said he faored tho re
ductlon of capital. There'had been too
many "peanut stockholders" In tb
company when It started. These had
rtally blocked the successful opera
tion of the s)tcm, since they positive
ly reruseu to meet the nrxsment
Agreed upon. The same had Imvii tru
or the Nahlku plantation. He had
faith In the entire wireless telegraph
proposition, and lie was anxlnm to sic
tho system operntlng onie more
it was stated py Treasiiiu' C J.
Hutchlns nt the meeting that Uie sys
tern Had cost JZf.OQu. and that theic
was now J9.000 In debts to be uiusldir.
d. On the new basis of reducing tho
capitalization. Issuing paid-up stock tn
assessable stockholders, and nnrKct
irig the remaining stock, there would
i a surplus after paying the debts.
wnicn would give the company n
The election of officers r 'suited at
follows: President. Y. J. Cross; vlco
prtsment. v. W. Hall; sccrutnry V.
It Farrlngton; treasurer, Clinton J.
Hutchlns; auditor. It. C. Hrown. These
olfiiers and the following nam- I form
tlio new directorate: C. A. Do Cew, J
A. Magoon, i:, O. White an 1 V. II
On motion of C. J. Hutchlm. th.dl-
nctors derided to nuthoilze thr- dlrte.
tore to negotiate n loan to cover ad
vances which may he obtained nnd to
fturt the system again,
The Keystone Watcb
America's Oldest and Larfjett Watch
For Sale by
THE PRINCIPAL WATCH DEALEfiS
HDD III AIKUU HURT.
Eddie Alkue. a ounij Hnwnllan hoy.
waH run over and seilnusly Injured nt
the coimr of Fort and Queen streets
thiy morning. He was riding n blcycln
und one of the government dump carts
and his wheel collided The Injured
Vwl was ctirrlf il Ipto the store of tho
Washington Miuuntlle Co. and the
patrol wagon sent for. Ho was taken
to the Que i) s Ho-pltal where ho re
telved yni-dldil ntteml.tme. One of his
legs was biiiken ami hi wus otherwise
AN HOUR IN THE MORNING
THE 8AME HOUR EVERY MORNING
or afternoon, flven to dictation, will
keep your eoresponduuiu ''cleaned
up." Try It a month.
J. D. AVERY, Business Correspondent
Regularity! Certainty' Despatch!
Tel. Main 76. 95:45. Elite Bldg.
Exposure tn Wei. dampness am! cold
Invarlubly results in a sudden chill
which If not attended to Immediately
will causi a cold By mixing n tea
spoonful of I'errj DivIh' PAIN-KILL-EH
In half n glass of warm water or
milk, tho whole Rvsiem will be hea'ed
and the danger of cold avoided. Avoid
substitutes, there Is bit one l'aln-Kill-er.
Perry DavU'. Prlie ijt nud 50e.
Send the weekly edition of the Dul
Ictln ta your friends Only SI a year.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
The Bulletin's special Industrial edi
tion can be obtained at this office or
the news-stands. Price 25 cents.
Q. II. Uerrey's ofllce, 8 Campbell bid.
Printing nnd developing at Honolulu
Photo Supply So.
A big dls'ount salo Is on nt i: V.
Jordan s. Hie nd.
The schooner Houolpu will go fu,m
here to Mode to load sugar.
i:. Ilccbe went to Kuhului In the
steamer Eureka last evening.
Tho Urlllsh ship Langdnlo will sail
for San I'ranclsco this nfternoon.
Private Instructions In shorthand enn
be had by consulting Want rolumn on
The mnn who wears Hnnimn succs
has the laugh on tho fellow who
The pile driver has finished work on
the coffer dam back of the llealaul
The locomobiles for the Mnann Ho
tel are experted In tho steamer Ha
waii, to arrive today.
The weekly edition of the Evening
Bulletin gives a complete ruuimary of
the news of tho day.
The stenmer Maul will sail on Sat
urday at noon for Hawaii poits She
Is taking freight today.
On Tuesday. January 21. W R l'lsh
er has an nurtlon sale, notbe of which
appears under New Todaj
Leo Toma & Co., Ltd., 33 King street,
today sell their good Manila cigars
from $3.r.O to $5.00 per hundred.
The band concert arranged for th.i
Mcana Hotel this evening has been
riost poned till tomorrow (I'rldav) even'
Captain Uchrens of the (lerm.in ship
Agnes reports the death on l(e ember
23 of the mate. The man was burled at
The schooner I.ovl Woodlmr arriv
ed from Hawaii ports this morning.
Sho wns towed Into port by the Wn
tcrwltch. Uourbon Whiskey, 6 years old. $3.50;
Claret, 50 cents; Sherry and Tokay. 75
cents a gallon at Hoffsihlacger t'o.'y
Tho men hunt who Is eonli inplallng
tho purchase of show-cases cm livturop
should consult Chns. I.. Heal See ml
W. K. C. Iliissun, govcrnim in Inspec
tor of electric wiles. Is prep.iiiiig forma
to systematic the vvors of in ofll
vvlili h Is a .new ore.
The steamer Mnul arrived ilil- morn
lug fiom Hawaii ports. Sin i- loading
today for Hamakua. Paaiilinu OoUala.
Kiiualau and Ijitipiilioehue.
Tin postponed business im uug ami
social of tho Young Peopli Sin let)'
of the Christ Ian Chiinb will Or liolil
in the church building tills wuing
Pencil and Applo Jin k I brandy I.
f I om old Kentucky, for Southerners
and others, at tho Kmoie Saloon,
I'oithwcst corner Nuuanii and Hotel
Secretary Cooper has everybody
sawing wood for his hand hfaok or Hn
wall. Clerlt .Mating Is making up n lis!
of naturalizations In the federal Conn
a his share.
The plan to build n two rtnry freight
building on the Inter-Inland wharf has
been abandoned for I he present for
lack of funds.
C. Hollo wns served with n pennl
summons yesterday, charging him
with assault nnd battery on Hoc Wa.
Tho caso will come up In the Police
Tho band will play at the luiiu ol
Mrs. Hobert Wilcox tonlgnt, so the
etneort that was scheduled ror th,
Moanu Hotel has been put off until to
Tho stenmer Nllhnu arilved fiom
Kolou this morning. She reports Hue
wiumcr on tne (iurdeu isle anil cross
Ing tho channel. Her cargo consists
of C200 bags of sugar.
II. W. Hollltis, trawling ngeut lor
the Examiner. Is cnnvnsBlng the Ter
rltory for subscribers, to tho vveekl.v
edition. Sonic beautiful art prizes are
being given to new subscribers.
Purser Phillips of the steamer Maul
reports thnt P.ipaalo.i will begin grlntl
ing about tliu 20th Inst., Pnnhau on
February 15th and Onkala and Kukal
au about the lt of March.
Tho railroad company's dredger is
on tho marine railway being rccatilked
nnd coppered. It has been rented for
several months by Cotton Ilrothers,
who will use It In dredging tho Dlshop
Aslu Drown vs. Andrew Ilannlstei
was argued nnd submitted before the
Supreme Court yesterday afternoon, ll
Is an appeal from the verdict of a Jnrj
allowing damages for breach of prom
George W. Hayselden has entered an
action for $5000 damages against the
Hawalaii Trumwajs Co., for Injury to
himself, his horse and harness from
driving over a mound of earth left by
defendant on King strret.
The regular woekly meeting of the
executive committee ol tho Homo llulo
pnrty has been postpmed on necouui
of tho Wilcox luau and will bo held to
morrow night Instead. Party reor
conization mutters wil come up for
Tho big conrert by the Kamehnmeha
Alumni Association III thn opera house
Saturday night should not be forgot
ten. All excellent program has been
arranged. The music will ho of n very
high order. Itemember that tho money
will go toward the leper settlement at
On Tuesday night u ifiie old koa
calabash was presented lo Supreme
Chancellor and Mrs, Ogdcn II. l'ethers
Upon the hnudsomo souvenir was n sil
ver plate in the shape of n triangle of
the P)thlan order, with the Inscrip
tion: "Honolulu, H, T PJ02. K. of P."
Inside the calabash wus n 15-foot Ha
waiian (lug, It having been learned b
the Hawalnln I'Mhliuis, (hat Mr anil
Mrs Pothers aie making a rnllci tlnn
It vo i li
1-al lu - I ! n n
mm njivi im na
Tv ir iv t1 in - ii il
nf tlWr tiJ hl i .
tiw rtm'i -n i r ri-itv 4fiJ
Th PiicaKi'iiKiit of Mlhs llfllo Walk
rr K K W Klfhahn, was nniiounri'.)
Hsifrihi (tnlli ifiiinu DKinK' nrc piv
v r -n fort v u svill K j i i i i.... . i..i,.. .. ii..
DA r r ahtcur i jlnciurwc4l wl """ "' "'" ""'ira m m
r 4 i itti
. 'i r . nuitfj hv
n- n di HUifi. fit,
i 'i' mi' te brt.k r
"if ' t t rrle1 r-1 nl
niri in' l tniiwll vo'k
C) in J nit aNjijt ' m r ir 4 f.i orJ JTii I
wllki'i i v i
mi. w, u. uooi.h,
18 Arlington Building.
Hotsl St. near Fort,
ConsiiimtloQ a. ofllLt: frew.
Is worth a hundred groans at any lime
Wmi n pair of HANAN'S "EMPER
ORS" ami von'll have tin Isncii 'H ih
f How that doesn't ! : ! ! A
We hnve )et to find the first pair of 9
HANAN'S SHOE8 thnt has not given w
perfect tomfort nnd satisfaction : a
We don't need to advertise them. 0
tin v advertise tlienisilvr-H ! :
We nie the Mile ngi ti's for thlh
high grade shoe : ; : :
MclNERNY SHOE STORE
EVERY DAY A BARGAIN DAY"
YOU WILL FIND
January Ribbon Sale
ALMOST A MILE of rich and dainty fancy silk ribbons widths
Nos. 40, CO nnd SO. In Scotch plaids stripes nnd large cheeks new-
est spring combinations of . mors nnd shades All fri'hli nnd rich
2" nnd Sor per yard and 3 yards
Alt ribbons displayed In our show
ANOTHER LOT. No. 40, nil silk
ribbon, SOU ards, in taffeta, plain col
ors. 15c per yard while the lot lusts
We announce tho arrival of prettiest
novelties in IDOL wash materials nud
A large stock of ladles' ganuinc (nil
ounndo GOLF SHIRTS, In grey and
black; all wool materials, Thcbe
skirts are so beautiful as to creato si
large sale and are good values. Don't
fall to see them.
One case only of the best,
AMERICAN DRESS GINGHAMS
latest spring patterns offered thl3
week at 10c the yard.
PACIFIC IMPORT COMPANY,
ProjiretiH Itlocle, Port Street.
CLINTON J. HUTCHIINS,
LwtoF"" U .. J
MclNERINV BLOCK. PORT ST.
J. H. FISHElR
Stock and Bond Brokers.
FIRE ASSOCIATION, of Philadelphia
WESTERN ASSURANCE CO, of Toronto.
HONOLULU BTOCK HXCIIANCD
Horn lull., I.inu.iry tf, looi
Cpim i!-l ,
M.VMF OF STOCK
C Brwff ftComrjn
KS ithiOfi Cb.L'I
I D. Km Si Co.. Hi
E Plp,itloo Co n.rm.
Hiwal'snATIculrtirilCo i,no,ouo too.
wtiin(.(,ni st au Co f.ju.Tso
nonomu ueir Co
Ha'ku SiiRjir Co
Kinuku t'untillon Co
IC ,huld Suk,Co
0nn Su?a, Co .
Ookala Suta, Plan Co
Olaa Su Co , Lli , ai i
Paauhau Su. Plan Co
PaclSe Sugar Mill
Pala Plantation Co ..
Prpaf kco Sutar Co
Pioneer Mill Co
Pioneer Mill Co Alter, , 500 ooo1 ,no
Walalua Arr. Co , ' 4.100.000 ton
io onoj too
Walmea Mill Co .
l der Steamihlp Co
(Man Eieorlc I
Hon, Hatla T.Si tanJCo
Mutual Telerhon Co ..
Oanu Rr A Land Co.
Peopla'a lea R'l'r Co
Flrit National Bank...
FlrMA. S Bank&T.Co
Hawaiian Oor s'percent
tlio R. R Co. 6 percent
Hon Wjpll rramlt...
I .a plantat n A re, eent
Oanu R &UC.i pr c
Oatiu Plantation A p c
Olaa Plantation 6 p, c
- .Mi Agrum 6 p c
i'lir blc chip Tlllle Stniburk which
attived lifii vesterday from San Fran
list 0 has Just enough cargo aboard for
balhi'U (ipi.iln Curtis ho Is ai-coni-panted
li his u!f nnd tlaiighter on
this hip repoits thut freight was scnrcil
In K.111 Pram ist-o when he was lo.nl
iim nnd he wns able to get but about
sevi'ii bundled tons. The rut made In
rates, by the new steamers and tho
fact that both the Ilavvnlan and Hyndes
weie about to load are given as ono
of the causes for the slump in freight.
Thr- Curtis will remain here and await
a cargo of sugar She will not go
around the Horn this trip but maybe
later will make th Kastern voyage.
WILLATID E. IinOWN.
W. A. LOVK. J
Salstead & Co.;
ON SUGAR SECURITIES.
921 Fort Street.
Stock and Bond Exchange.
STOCK ANDJOND BROKER.
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE.
Orders for the purchaso or sale of
stocks and bonds cnrefuly and prompt
ly executed. Ians negotiated
Office Room 401, 4th floor, Stangen
wald Dldfl. Pottoffice box 390; Tele
phone Main 331.
Judd & Co., Ltd.
307 6tnncnw,ilcl Hulldlnf;.
P. O. Uox 007. Tel. .Main 228
cltv Miss Vh1I, r Is n daugliter of th
late John Wallter and .Vr Klelulin Is
land of tli" shipping dci iitment of II
HiMkfchLA: Co., Ltd.
Vckly edition 01 tho Oulletln $1 a
No More Dread
of the Dental Chair
TEETH EXTIlACTEn AND KILLED
ABSOLUTELY WITHOUT PAIN b)
our Into scientific method applied to thr
gums. No sleep-producing agents 01
These are tho only dental parlors It
Honolulu having PATENTED APPLI
ANCES nnd Ingredients to extract, fill
and apply gold crowns and porcelain
crowns undcctecablo from natural teeth
md warranted for ten years, WITH
OUT THE LEAST PAIN. All wort
.lone by OIIADUATED DENTISTS ol
from 12 to 20 years' experience, anc
ach department In charge of a Special
1st Give us a call, and you will flno
as to do oxactly as wo advertise Wt
Mil tell you In advanoo exactly wha1
our work will cost ny n FIIEE EX
Set Teeth SB Of,
aolii CrownH $.1,011
Cold FllllngH $1.00
Mlver I'llllnrto nth
tin PLATES ftT?U
t!ft. . 1...1 X I....LA
Our numb uiune win ot a uuruule
.hat your work will be of tun Uut.
New York Dental Parlors,
lloom 4, Elite Ilulldiug, Hotel otre
LA01K8 IN ATTRNDANCP
Hours. 8 a, m. to C p. ni.
Sundnys, 'J u. tu. to 12 m.
E. W. JORDAN
1 IS STILL HOLDING 1
BIG DISCOUNT SALE
IN ALL DEPARTMENTS
iih you vv III f (nil on enquiry
PRICUS CUT TO CI.UAH