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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, H. T SATUIIDAY, JAN. 18, 1902
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The dnlnty boxes tilled with freshest chocolates from
our store nrc constantly growing 1i favor. If ou would
Itnvo pure, fresh and delicious cnnily, try
We serve ICE8, COLD DRINKS, ETC.
Candy Department of
WALL, NICHOLS CO., LTD,.
It Pays to Get the
No matter whnt ou arc buying It always pnjs to get
the best. This rule holds good In other things ns well.
It pays to pntronlc the best Inundry as It will nlvvnjH
give you the most for your money. In this case It Is
the most satisfaction and the lenst wear to your clothes.
You are saving inoncj ns surely when jou buy good
laundry work as In any other commodity.
Sanitary Steam Laundry Co;,
We wish you
New Year !
and thank J on for tho pat
ronage extended to us dur
Ing tho past cai. Our
stock of GROCERIES for
1902 will bo tbe cotnpletest
and freshest to be lound In
Honolulu, and we are mire
yqii will find It to otir ad'
'vantage to buy from us.
Have jou ever tried
HEINZ' PICKLES and PRE
SERVES? They nro simply
delicious. Try some. :o
H. MAY & GO.
P. O. Box 380.
Have j ou seen tht beauti
ful stock of upholstered
leather lounges and easy
chairs we are now selling.
They are marv els of beauty
and comfort and the prices
are reasonable. :: ::
Come and see them.
DOPP & CO.,
Leading Furniture Dealers
Cor. King and Bethel Sts.
It Is alwajs rilled with good
things to eat Youve neer
seen an thing quite so Ann
Aslt tho clerK to tell jou about
Come one. come nil bring the
NOT TO BUY,
BUT TO LOOK."
LEWIS & CO
1000 Fort 8t.
240Three Telephones 240.
Hotel Sti jet.
Will be open for business
on or about dxinnnry IS.
J. M. WEBB,
The New Housekeeper generally has
a ti)lng time In selecting furniture
for the house.
It Is one of our specialties to make
this task a light one and we take prlJo
In furnishing tho parlor, dining room,
bed rooms, etc , tastcfull) and econom
ically. When you want
Coyne Furniture Co.
The Keystone Watcb
America's Oldest and Largest Watch
For Sale by
THE PRINCIPAL WATCH DEALERS
AN HOUR IN THE MORNINQ
THE SAME HOUR EVERY MORNING
or afternoon given to dictation, will
keep our correspondence "elenned
up ' Try It a month.
J. D. AVERY, Business Correspondent
Regularity! Certainty' Despatch!
Tel. Main 76. 9 5; 45. Elite Bldg,
DR. WALTERS SUFFERS
VERY SEVERE INJURY
Falls From Horse and is Rendered
Unconscious Does His Duty
I)r I) St. (1 Walters met with a
very m rlous accident In in fen 11 inni
12 o'clock List night while on the way
from his office to the home- of V Wll
hilm, his purpose being to tell Mi
Smithies Mr Wllhelm s daughter, th It
her father had sustnlnecl an Injurj and
that he would soon arrive nt the house.
TV' doc tin mounted his horfc and
Marled ntu to the residence on Yoiinit
M't He hnd pawed Mlllei street on
U-rctunli and had almost ieaihtd
Punchbowl when bin home slipped anil
fell throwing the ililer to the ground.
A number of people soon collected
and It wns found tint the Iortnr wai
tint onne Ions. Aftei a shot 1 1 line a line !
ft-rived anil n couple of business men
Just returning home helped tho
wounded man In Immediately this
was done I)r Walters recoveied liU
consciousness and with great effort
tried to ntr.ilghtn hlniKctf out Ho
v.!M soon able to tell how the accident
happened although he vj weakening
fit every moment Ills head was cut
Op n, one eje was swelled shut lend liU
newo was badly sci atfhed
!t wns Just here that the splendid
neivo of the doctor asserted Itself lin
told the two men who were taking him
wine that he hnd started out to Inform
Mr Willie Im's daughter that her fn
lr had met with an accident but
that he wns not hadlv hint and had
vn fled up He Intended to convey
t' ih message to the lad) The men
tried to dissuade him wit he would
The line lemon was told to drive to
h Wllhelm home t'pon arrival them
'.he doctor's head had fallen hick
jurist the curtain of the hack and hei
. In n Kcml-ionsdous state When
I' id thnt he was nt the Wllhelm home
V lirnred himself with n supreme of
fei't and when Mis Sinltliles citne out,
' ightened and knowing i.ot whit to
do he nddrekecl hei nnd dellveied hlj
Dr Walters was then t-iken to M
home ntul 1)1 Keibeit who hnd hern
heme f i am the Orpheiim but n short
time, was summoned The wound cm
tbe head was attended to nnd nil poR
-ible was done for the doctor
Dr Ileilieit vv in asked nt 11 ocloclc
this morning fm a statement us to the
exact condition of Hi Wultem nnd he
replied ns follow h Or W.ilteis Inn
lifctalned n verv giave couciisslon of
the brain and we will be veij ninlous
during tlie next twent-foiii hums ns
to the ultimate ichiilt We do not
know jet If there Ins been anj Injury
io inc.ur.un mimhrnne or to the brain
ttstlf and will onlj be able to tell as 1
'ay, during the next twentv-four hours
At present he Is getting iiong ns well
EH can no expeeteil He Is dozing and
vomiting In turns.
out gyp TRADE
Within tin last week the sklppeis
of tho big ships which fur several
years have been engaged In the Pugot
Sound coal trade with these Island!
have received now wnle.li makes Ihon
feel vcr) badlv It U to the effect that
they aro soon to be taken out of the
trade with their khlps and Instead of
biug In tho coasting business will be
sent wherever their charters call for
They are all on the berth for ports all
over tho world nnd uio son) the) will
havo to give up their pleasant rola
tions with the people of this cit) and
the other Islands.
The vessels Just now affected or
tht Charles i: l.oody. Captain Itag
musseri, the S I) Carleton Captain
Dad Amcsbur) and the ship Florence.
Tho Moody will leave hvie next week
for the Sound and will there load foi
tho Colonies, probabl) loading there
nnd returning to San Franc Isto The
Dorcnto has one more trip to make
to this port and will then be taken off
nnd the Cnrlelun will mnke two more
trips and then go into tht Australian
trade. Since the) have been coming
hero Captains Itasmussen and Amei
bury have made friends b) the score
ana me) elo not like the Idea of mnk
Ing tho long trips win re the) will bi
without seeing the Ir families foi man)
months nt a time.
The reason for the withdrawal of the
three big ships and several others in
tho trade is the coming of the oil
steamers una tlie complitlim of the
contract tor the Guiiuui) tons of coal
between the Itos)n compact) and the
Ouhu Hallwa) & Lund Cnmpan) This
will bo alt delivered in a short time
now, und the vessels which nnve been
carrying It will be through their work.
I.ce Toma S. Co , Ltd , 23 King street,
toelny sell their good Manila cigars
from J3 50 to $3 00 per hundred.
For account of whom it may concern
and to snHsf) n bill for care and cus
trj!) I will bell at in) salesroom, cor
ner Merchant nnd Alakea streets, at
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
TUESDAY, JANUARY 21, I902
DY ORDER TERRITORY STADLCS
I LIGHT STUDEBAKER DELIVERY
Can In si i n iuIoim io nib ut Tei
rltorj Stabltb King stieit
WILL E. FISHER,
LOCAL AND GENERAL
The Bulletin's speelal Industrial edl-1
tlon ean be obtained at this office or
the newsstands. Price 25 cents.
1 l'i p m Kluait 20 miles Unit
It V Spalding arrived fiom Kauai
A nice front room Is for tent See
Io I et column page
The schooner Chill chill has sailed
fiom Eleelc In ballast
Several riee-horscs are on tin ('lt
of Peking going to Yokohama
Purchaser for some pineapple plants
mn) be found b) consulting Want eol
The passengers of the Clt) in IV
king report n most pleasant tilp fiom
The steamer Knlulanl nrrlwd hero
from illlo this morning She btoiight
neither pnsse ngers nor mall.
Word comes thnt Captain Goodwin
of Alexnnder it Hatdwln Is making
good progiess with tbe new vvlinrf at
The stcjmei Koica-lt to have ,iii
trial trip on the 1st of Murrh the
Siberia will be read) for trial slim lv
ltourbon Whlskev, e years old. J1 "0
Cliret. 3U cents, Slierr) nnd Tokay 75
cents a gallon at lloffselilavger Co 's,
Captain Nichols of the Cramer Ha
waiian was former!) In ommniid nf
the ship A I Fuller now on" her wa'"
he re from Australia.
liver) member of the Amntcur Or
chestrn Is expected at the Opein House
this evening nt 7 15 o clock to take
part In the conceit for the lepeis
A tcjephono messnge from the II
helm home nt 1 o'clock todav stated
that Mr Wllhelm, who wns Injured
last night. Is resting comfortably
The stenmer Clt) of Peking will nail
for the Orient tomorrow morning nt
da) light She has 400 tons nf coal tn
take In and Is l)ing nt the N'uv) wharf
!o to the leper benefit concert in the
opera house this evening and hear tin)
fine music thnt Is to be presc iited The
nppurtunlt) Is cie thnt should nut be
Knmiiilmis who returned In the Cltv
of Peking this morning hm milhlnu
but words of praise for Captain .1 Tre
tnnlliP Smith As nlwuvs, lie made th
trip linme u ileasant cine in everv wa)
At tlie 9 l'i oclnck servlci of the
Second Congiegntiun or St Andiews
Suiidn) morning tlie choir will tender
n speelal piogrnui of music 'Hie ot
fertoi) will be devoted Io the choir
On I'Mdnv evening next the imi
ti-eh Ihlstle Club will cell brnle lin in
nhi'lKllj of the blith of Holier! Minn.
In n smoker In the club looms I'ii kiti
have hiin pi luted mid nrt being elr
Among the passengers liooKe d tn
nirlvu In the1 Ventura on tlie i'.'d are
I ('. Itothwcll nnd wife, I. It (Salt
and wire A N Campbell, W It Cas
tl-Ji C V I.eiiuers. (1 II Whlliie v
(1 D Clugett P S. Present! P.
Allen and rnthvi Ttt)loi
Miss Stella Love gave u 1i llglitful
c haling disli suiur at her liunii last
evening in honor of lin HiieutH the
Misses Jones, Church and Dennis
There wero quite a numbei of juiini;
people present nnd the evening na
very pleusantly spent.
Mr Alfred Lough, nn organist fiom
the old country nnd now- In Pasadena,
Cat wants to come here Io give red
tals. Now that the Kuumnkapil! or
gan Is no more there is no instrument
available, and Mr Ixmgli has so been
lntormed b) the outgoing mall
The steamer Albion at San Francis
co was chedulccl to sail fiiisdii) morn
Ing foi Manila vl.i Honolulu and Guam
to remain In the Philippine Inter-island
tiade The Albion made several tripe
here cnrr)lng goods foi the Honolulu
It bus Just 1 1 ten learned that while
Di Walters was attending to Mi Wil
1k 1 ni's Injuries someone cut the girth
of his saddle He tied it togetlui ns
best he. could and It was h) minus of
the breaking of the Inseeuic f.isttiiing
that Dr Walters was thrown from Ii'n
The Mnlle-Illma ami Intermediate f
will play a game of Indoor baseball In
the Y M C A gymnasium this even
Ing at the usual time All those Inter
ested aro cordially Invlled to attend.
The Malle-Illmas are tho champions
so far but tho Intermediate), Intend to
give them n good tussle this evening
An occurrence the other night lias
made the oDlclnls at the head of the po
Hie department see the danger of cvei
i ounti mincing by non-iuterteicnee, tho
rnrrjlng of revolvers about the streets
b) parties not aiithoilzcel to do so. It
will go hard with an) one that is found
carr)lng a concealed weapon of nuv
Two white sailors arrested )CHteida)
b) Olllcer Hurr) Flint appeared lu th.i
Police Court this forenoon on I he
charge of vngnim) The) plcadel
.ullt)' but iifterwaids explained that
the) had onl) been lu pint ulinut n d i)
and a half I'mlci the clieuiustnmci
'he cases were allowed to go over until
Tuisd.ij ncxt In order to make liiveKtl
gallons and try to get the men on some
ship leaving this por
Manuel Morales, one of the Porto Ill
cans who was arrcMtd e.uly lu tin
week on the charge of vnrani) and
together with a lot nf otheis on Ala
l.eu street, etimu up for tilal lu the
Police Court this forenoon
It will bo remcmbeied that when
the case first came up Morales told
the police he hail been working stiadily
lu a cigar factor) '1 he police si nl up
to the jd iue where the fellow said li
w is working and the same dav them
arrived at the polite station a bttn
from the minis rmplci)ci casing tha'
.Mm, ih s hud been winking there foi u
Iiuik time and that lie was winking on
the dav of his nriest.
When Miuales appealed In fore fudfc '
Wlluix this fon hoi n tho lattu ic
mai kid that he did not bcllrvi the
HUH iiiiild be held on the iliiuge ol vn
uriiniv lie had mid tin mull nlioui
his lieuu citiiplo)! d slid time romnliu d
nothing but to let him go Thereupon
the prosecution asked thnt n nolle
piosiejul be cnteied This wns giant
til and Morales went flee nflei several
"EVERY DAY A
YOU WILL FIND
January Ribbon Sale
ALMOST A MILE or rich and ilalnt) fail') silk riblioiiH widths
N'os 40 t" and sft in Si ite n plaids stilpi and large chicks new
est sprliis, t .niMnatioiiv in uioi nnd shade All fn -h nnd rich
2 i nnd 1m per )iml and 3 yards
ll rid cms dl-phiv d In our hbovv
ANOTHER LOT No Ift all slllc
ribbon, 'iiMi ardi. in taffcla plain eil
ols 15c per yard while tin lot lusts
PACIFIC IMPORT COMPANY, ".
lr(rcHrt Block, Port Street.
CLINTON J. HUTCH IIVS,
McIINERNY BLOCK. PORT ST.
No More Dread
of the tental Chair
TEETH EXTIlACTEn AND FILLED
AI1SOLUTELY WITHOUT PAIN bj
our lato Helen tide method applied to tht
gurna. No Elccp-produclng agenti 01
ThcBfl are tho only dental parlors In
Honolulu having PATENTER APPLI
ANCES and Ingredient to extract, fill
and apply gold rrowng and porcelain
crowns undeetecable from natural teetb
and warranted for ten years, WITH
OUT THE LEAST PAIN. All wort
dono by OIIADUATED DENTISTS o
from 12 to 20 years' experience, am
each department In ehurge nf a Special
lot, (live us a call, anil you will One
ns to do exactly as we advertise. W
will tell you In advamo exnetly whs
your worlt will cost nv a KHEB EX
Set Teeth $5 00
Cold Crowns . . ! Oli
Gold Filling SlOO
Silver FIIIIiih . .. fiOc
Our name alone win ce a guuruntr
that J our work will lie of the ntl
New York Dental Parlors.
Room 4, Elite llulldlng, Hotel Strtv'
LADIEvS IN ATTENDANCE
lliuirs 8 a ni to ft p 1.1
Hnmlnja '. a m to U m.
Is worth a hundred groans at any time
Won tt p-ili .1 HANAN S EMPER
ORS ' nnd vein II I aw tl m i t
It How that tlni n i
t have )it tn fii d tin fn-t pan ni
HANAN'S SHOES that Im- n it iJwii
perfect comfort end ail-iH' ti in
We don t tin d tn ndvi 1 1 - Mi in
the v advi rtlse tie mm lv -
i nn the sob at. lit t tld
high grade liin
MclNERNY SHOE STORE I
We announce the arrival of pretllc st
novelties lu l'.W- wash mateii.ils iiud
A large stock of ladles' ganuliio tnll
oimado GOLF SHIRTS, In grey nnd
black, alt wool materials. Thcho
sklrtB.aro so beautiful as to crento si
largo sale nnd aro 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.
E. W. JORDAN
: 18 STILL HOLDING :
BIG DISCOUNT SALE
IN ALL DEPARTMENTS
iiHjou will find on enquiry
im:ici:s cut to clcau
J. H. FISHER
Slock and Bond Brokers.
FIRE ASSOCIATION, of Philadelphia
WE8TERN A88URANCE CO, of Toronto.
Offices Stangenwald Bldg M
HONOLULU (STOCK liXCHANGD
Honi.luli , hnua-v is, tool
NHE OF STOCK plfl'!l -?' IV1
C Brewf cVComr n
NS SachiDO ColM
L R Kerr & Co LtJ
E Plinatlon Co
i eno wx
t 000 tvn
HtwAllinCom &Su Co
Hawaiian Sojtar Co
Himnw ucr Co
Honokaa Suar Co
i Haiku Sufir Co I
' Kahukj Plantation Co '
Klht Plant Co LtJ
l Klatiulu SuRif Co
i Koloa Sucar Co
I 0huSurar Co
(rvionwl Sugar Co
Jikala Suar I'lin Co
too t ,-
Olaa Su Co LtJ , at'
OlaaSiT., Lti pj up I
Paauhau Su Plan Co
Pacific Suctr Mm
Pal Plantation Co
Pcpeekeo Surar Co
Plonwr Mill Co
Plonr Mill Co Aim
waiaiua Aer Co
Walluku Suear Co
Walraanalo Socar Co
Walenca Mill Co
laallan b'cirlc Co
Hon Rarli T t LaniCo
Oahu Rv & Land Co
Paoplt t Ic St H f rCo
Flrtt National Rank
FlrMA S (lank AT Co
Hawaiian (jov t'ptrcent1
HlloR R Co bptrcnt
Hon Hapil rrni
ri P'aniat n e pr cnt
Ojh PrVlfn n r
f, OOO OOO
Oatiij Plantation 6 p c
Olaa Plantation ft p c '
w l III l Af ebl t c
SLNATK LUhS RADICAL.
WnHhliifitnn .Inn fnl -iiiMin
uhrifiHil rtntii the Mniti i- tint the
riiiiippiiif tmirr bin ntu u am-n.1. -i
i OH tn IPilllrc till Iut on irtlrl- $
upon wtihh ipoit ilut In lAi ! i0
I lint tin tiitnt iinifimt hilii will 1. .t i.d
ti ati 1 than the IHnuU- tarld it !
ni w Kin 1 1 mm me innn mil as pre
yt nti'il h th IlmiK in not tnwriMl
b tin AilmlnlMrntton thotich nuMn
lll'l 4 III tils lliilluit 1 luti Ih. 1 i..t.il
frn It Im1I(h1 Chntrnian Pintu f tl.c
WnjH ami Mtaim ('omniltt hmt Imn
Insjiinil in drawlni; tip it a main f at
tin n Si nator LoiIri still hoMh that
a (lttt niilalint to tin- Dlnplt tatifr
uiuxi in- uiipoBi'u, oui n-rtain oin r up
piihllinn Si natorH me 1m Urn d ' Vt
on to th rf ointnt ndatlon ol tin Phil
Ipplin ('onuniHwlon and n iln th. tar
UT J 1 01 " pr rt-ut
WIL.LARD n BROWN.
W. A. LOVE.
Halstead & Co:,
ON SUGAR SECURITIES.
921 Fort Street.
Stock and Bond Exchincje.
STOCK ANDJOND BROKER.
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE.
Ortlcrs for the purchase or sale of
stocks and lionets carefuly and prompt
ly executed I-oans neKotlated
Office Room 401, 4th floor, Stangen
wald Bldg. Postotflce box 390; Tele
phone Main 331.
Judd & Co., Ltd.
307 8tnnjVenvvnlcl Uutldlnft.
P. O. Uox 007. Tel. Main 228