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EVENING DULLET1N, HONOLULU, H. T., MONDAY, Jan. 20, lf02.
The dainty boxes filled wltli freshest cliocojntes from
our store nre constantly growing In fnvor. If you would
hnve pure, fresh and delicious enndy, try
We serve ICES, COLD DIMNKS, UTC.
Candy Department ol
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 patronize the best laundry as It will nhvnjH
give you the most tor jour money. In this ense It Is
the most satisfaction and the least wear to your clothes.
You ni'o saving money as surely when you buy good
laundry work as In any other commodity.
Sanitary Steam Laundry Co.,
We wish you
New Year !
anil thank you for the pat
ronago oxtonded to ua dur
Ing the paBt joar. Our
Btock of GROCERIES for
1902 will be tbo completest
and freshest to bo lound In
Honolulu, and wo are sure
jou will find it to your ad
vantage 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
P. 0. Box 380.
Have you seen the beauti
ful stock of upholstered
leather lounges and easy
chairs we are now selling.
Thty are marvels of beauty
and comfort and the prices
are reasonable. :: ''
Come and see them.
HOPP & CO.,
Leading Furniture Dealers
Cor. King and Bethel Sts.
Hotel Sti -ct.
Will be open for business
on or about Jnnnnry If).
J. M. WEBB,
MADE BY TRUSTEES
High Aims and $10,000,000 to Work
With Notable List of Men
Who Will Direct Important
The New Housekeeper generally has
a to Ing time In selecting furniture
for the house.
It Is one of our specialties to make
this task a light one and we take prhle
In furnishing the parlor, dining room,
bed rooms, etc., tastelully and economically.
It Is nlwns filled with good
things to eat You'o necr
seen anj thing quite go tine
Ash the cleik to tell jou about
fume oiii'. romu all bllug the
NOT TO BUY,
BUT TO LOOK.
When you want
Coyne Furniture Co.
Washington Ian 9 Oltlclal an
nouncement was made- todav of the
board of tmsteos of the Carnegie In
stitution, which has bei-n Incorporated
bn under the flononiinn gift of An
drew Carnegie The only In Mention
ns to the fonn of the gift Is that It will
I- In "5 pel lent bonds This Is re
ferred to In n single sentmre as fol
lews "It Is the purpose of Mr. Car-
nglo to ttnnsfei $10.110 nun In 5 per
rent bonds to the board of trustee
for the purposes nboc mentioned
The nnnoiinicnicnt was made In the
form of n statement glcn out n
Charles 1) Wstlcott sicretaic of the
corporation. In neconlame with the
rxprcssed wish of Mi Carnegie. The
"In the development of his plans Mr.
Carnegie has consulted with a number
of gentlemen In il liferent pnits ot the
country, Including the heads of uuhur
titles nnil othci scientific Institutions,
nnd particularly with Abrom S Uuw
Itt Dr. Daniel C Oilman Dr. John 3.
Hillings, I)i Charles I) Walcott and
Carroll D Wright
The board of trustees elected b the
Incorporators to cairj out the purposo
rf the Institution ns Indicated arc
I Ex officio, the I'lesldent of the Unit
td States, tne rresieteni 01 me united
States Senate, the Speaker or the
House of Itepiesentathcs, the Secrc
tary of the Smithsonian Institution
the president of the National Acad
emy of Sciences, (lroer Clcelnnd,
Nw Jerse, John S Hillings, Now
erk, William N. Trow, l'ennsylva
nla Lyman J. Uago. Illinois, Daniel
iC Oilman, MarIand, John Hay, I)ls-
'lift of Columbia, Abram S Hewitt,
. New Jerscj , Henry I. Hlgglnson, Mas
sa-husetts, Henri nltclicoek Mis
M'lrl, Charles L Hutchinson Illinois,
Wllllnm Lindsay, Kentucky. Seth Low,
Sew Yolk Vane MncVcngh I'enn
lvanln, 1) O Mills, California, H
1 Wr Mitchell I'eniiKjUnnla W W
Morrow, Cnllfornln Elllm Hoot, New
I 'York John C Spoonei Wisconsin,
1 Andrew IJ White New-York, Edward
I) White LoulHl'inn Charles D Wnl
eitt Distill t of Columbia Carroll D
Wright. Dlstilet or Columbia
The boanl or trustees will meet tn
organize and ebct office is In the office
of Seuctni) of State Inntiary 11th
Carnegie s pin pose as stated by him
elf, In rt qui sting the ill Ions tiustees
lo become members of the board, Is ns
It Is pin posed to round 111 the 1 ity ol
Washington In the spirit or Washing
ton, nn Institution which with tlio co
operation of Institutions now or here
after established thoie or elsewhere
shall hi the blondest and most liberal
manner encourage Investigation re
search and disc o cry encourage the
application of knowledge to the lm
proement of mankind, protldo such
buildings laboiatories, books and ap
paratus as lna bo needed, anil affoid
Instruction of an adanceu character
to Btudcnts whenever and whereer
found, Inside or outside of schools,
properl qualHii-d to profit thereby
Among its alms are tlicso llrst
To Increase the officlencj hi the nn!
versifies nnd othei Institutions of
learning thioughout the cnuntr b
utilizing and adding to t lie It existing
facilities nnd by aiding teachers In the
various Institutions for experlmcntnl
nnd other work In these Institutions as
far as may be advisable
Second To dlseocr the execution
nl man In every depnilment of stud
wnencvci nun wherever found nnd
enable him b) (lnnneinl alii to make
the work for which lie bccius designed
nis lire won;
Third To promote original research
paying great attention thereto, ns be
Ing 0110 of the chief purposes of this
Fourth To Ineieaso facilities for
Fifth To enable such students ns
may find Washington the best nolnl
for their special studies to aall them
selves of such advantages as ma) bo
open to them In the museums, libra
rles, laboratories, observatories me
tcoiological, piscatorial and forostrj
schools and kindred institutions of the
sen oral departments of the Oovern
Sixth To Insuio the prompt publl
cation nnd distribution of the results
of scientific Investigation a held con
ildcred to bo hlghl) Important
These and kindred objects nin be
attained by. providing the necessniy
apparatus for experimental work b
employing nblo teachers from tbo va
rious institutions In Washington or
elsewhere and by ennbllng men fitted
for special work to devote themselves
to It, through snlailes fellowships or
scholaishlps, or through salaries with
or without pensions in old age 01
through aid In other forms to such
men to eontluno tin li special work at
Beats of learning throughout the
LOCAL AND GENERAL
The Bulletin's special Industrial edl
Hon can be obtained at this office or
the newsstands. Price 25 cents.
The Bteamer Callfornlan arrived lu
New York on the 7th Inst
Card of tunnies of 'Mrs lonti Ilrjant
nppears under Ni w Todn
I'rltz Wllhelm Is getting along very
well at his home on Young street
Itenrv Wnterhoue &. Co desire toj
call oir attention to theli nd on pig"
Commodore Hobroii made the run
tn Habblt Island .vesterdav In the
The bark Gerard C Tobey sailed for
Pan l'ranelsco about noon with a full
loid of sugar.
Captain Prlcl of the steamer CI1I111
paid several calls 011 old friends here
Judge liuniplirevs overruled the de
mmrer of Mar.v Hose to lliej i&mplalnt
of Ilenrj Smith
I he .iiinuiil meeting of the I'nilflj
Club wilt be hetil I'eliruar) LM See
heitUc under New Tod.iv.
A lirge crowd of ft lends siw Cap
tain Did Amesburv and the good ship
S I) Cnileton nw.iv this morning
IMiiilind torrlo Is re-covering from
his teeent Indisposition He was out
lor a 1 lite with his wife HiIr forenoon
Uulletln advertising has the- advau
tage of being the cheapest loini of nd
vertlslng as welt ns the best In II01111
The i;iks Illg llenent will lake
place at the Orpheiini tomorrow after
noon at 2 o'clock See ad under New
Uourbon Whiskey, 6 years old S3 GO,
Claret, 60 cents, Shcrrj and 'lokay, "5,
cents a gallon at Huffschlacger Co 's, ,
John Itodrlgucs and Miss Marj Ol
mos were married In the Cnthollc Ca
thedral at f o'clock Saturdii) after
noon. Father Clement officiating.
George Hosa, charged with the iniir
dcr of his brother hns been commit
ted to the Circuit Court for trial Ilo
l( being represented by Attorney A.
(1 M Itobertson
Iho Llterar Circle of the Klloliann
Art League will give an at home oa
Satin da) evening lanuai 2.. nt 8
0 clock at the League looms, l'rogress
The new freight steamer Mnskiin Is
expected to be lead) for her liiHldcn
trip In March She will b" cnniui.iuil
cd by Captain llmlleld formerlv of
I he li- will be a meeting of ladle- In
terested In the i:o a i:.ir tnllnnim at
the residence of Mis II , Is. 11 lie ru I
Puilllhoil at .1 11 m rrldnv next Inm.
ganl70 and niiolnt eomniltties Tor the
.Murdl (Iras bill.
This Is the evening for the musk lie
at the home of Mis S N Castle I'uu
honua Manoj, to be given b the Mu
sical Circle of the Kllobnna Art
League Special electric ears will run
fiom I'un 1I1011
Judge L'htce appointed A W. .lucid
Of Honolulu, Andrew Cox of Wulalu 1
And C T Clemens of Honolulu up
pralsers to nppralse the real and per
sonal propertj of Leong Dat Tee
An alarm of tire was tinned In fiom
the corner of Hotel nnd t'nlon Mrccts
nt 2 30 this morning The lire brigade
turned nut but Its stivlccs were not
iccpilrcd A gasoline tank In a les
ta 11 ni nl bad exidoiltd fiom a Kulern
brought too neat It
Two lliiuor-sefilng licenses made up
results of the Kxeeutlve Council meet
Illg this moruliig. II. C lljlvirsnn
hlicceeded to the di ah 1 s license hit!)
etrto held 1 I) K11I11 at llun.ipcpe Kn
It Jl M. llruiiioh light vvluo und beer
license at l.aupalioehoe, Hawaii
A sideudld piogum was given at
tlie conceit lu the Opera House Stat
ure!.! evening but the attendance was
not ns large as was antic lp He cl on ac
count of other uttiactlous 'I he music
was delightful the oufhful perform
ers doing remarkabl) well In both solo
and choir work.
Is worth a hundred groans at any time
ii n p-ili ot HANAN'S EMPER 9
LEWIS & CO
1000 Port St.
840 Three Telephones 240.
The Keystone Watcb
America's Oldest and Largest Watch
For Sale by
THE PRINCIPAL WATCH DEALERS
AN HOUR IN THE MORNING
THE SAME HOUR EVERY MORNING
or afternoon, given to dictation, will
keep our correspondence "cleaned
up " Try It a month
J. D. AYERY, Business Correspondent
Regularity) Certainty' Despatch)
Tel. Main 76. 9 5:45. Elite Dldg.
Winn I) Clt Yib sir, Chicago bill
a great future befoie It
I'bll A Delpli) If It has been ad
vancing at as rapid a rate as some ot
Its citizens claim one would nntiiiully
suppose that it bad got Its future be.
hind It b this time Leslie's Wecklj
For account of whom it may concern
and to satlsf u bill for caut nnd eus
tcd I will sell nt m salesmom, eor
ner Merchant and AlaKea btree ts nt
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
TUESDAY, JANUARY 21, 1902
The Moana Hotel is becoming more
popular oer da both with the peo
pie of the elt) nnd with those passing
through on various steamers to the
Oilent, the Colonies 01 to the Main
land The Suinlav night dinners urn
nuvv beeoiuing famous and Manager
Allen repents that last night llieici
were over fort) extra dinners served
to people of the city nnd btinngers
I he .Moana Quintet Club wus lu at
A Caro a business man from San
rriinelseo and n persona! Iriend of Mi.
Allen gave a. elluuei to twelve or the.'
vaiiilcvlllo c ompanv now perfonnlngat
(he Orpin urn I he table vvas decorat
ed In )cllow with a liberal sprinkling
ol maidenhair tuns I.leetilc llgliti
lila; eel an linpoilaiit pint in the dec
C J lluuhlnu gave n dlnnci to eight
of his lilemlH. Tho table was decorat
ed In pink The inndelabras vveic of
that coioi and as lu tin can' or the
Clilo 1 lime i c lee trie lights enhanced
the beaut) ol the tabic
I hi Clks Qiiiirle I i-eie naele el Mr ano
Mrs Mien unit spent n ver pleasant
evening lit the hotel Theie vvas an
informal niuslenle In the p.irloi nnd
tin n reliCHliineiils vvue served
I LIGHT STUDEBAKER DELIVERY
Can be net) pi. violin to i-ale nt Ter
rltor) Stubh -, King street
WILL E, FISHER,
ORS" nnd von II hav tin bioel i I
f. How that dm sn t : - .
We hnve et to find tie- first pur r
HANAN 3 SHOES Hint bin lid c n
perfect comfort nnd sntisfuetl ,n
We don t need to ndvertl- tie tn
the) neheitlHP tliemu l,v :
Hi' ob age n' ioi tin
MclNERNY SHOE STORE
Advertisements Changed Mondays.
Exceptional and extraoidlnaiv offerings In UNDERWEAR which
Is sure to prove of gient Inteeit to ladles The goods haw Just
nrrlved and ale absolutely fr sb nnd new A case In which
GOODS WEAR ANO PRICES TALK
liven nrtlelc offerccl 111 this sale l of the I'm.
from the best cotton enmbri unci nniuxool.
si vb an 1 m 1 1.
Cambric Skirts at SI, 25
with four lows ol tin King .' Inch
Iukc i tlotiH anil ' lm lies oi ti uiig
e xe client Tore lion hue
Cambric SI ut with 3 lows of
I mil at ton Haiti uburg hire Inser
tlon 1 1 J Inches wide bottom
trimmed with r. nub Hnttenbcrg
Ladies' Gowns at 50c and 65c
Hxtra values offered 111 gowns
Gamoric Skirts at $1,50
with two rows of tucking 112
lilt h Insertions 2 1-2 Inch Tor
chon lace, 21 skirts no cliipll
Ladies' Skirts at 65c
with one ruffle and one row of
Cambric Skirts at $2,50
totii lows ol 'huh Ion hen In
sci t Ion ami " inch eac at hot
torn excellent value
Embroidered Skirts at SI, 75
tlneo lows of hemstitched tuck
ing I, tin h etiibroldeiv floiini e
l'l Inch dlliet lufflc
i:cry Wrapper In the housi will be sold nt hnlf price
nib led bargains iiont miss them
Cambric Skirts at $2,00
estin value, two lows of tuck
Ing three rows of Torchon in
section 1 1 2 inches wide hot
torn trimmed with 2 Inch laic
Ladies' Embroidered Skirts 1. 50
six rows of tucking 6 Inches em
broidered edging IS Inches dust
ruffle Nothing to equal this
Skirt at the price $1 in
CLEARING SALE OF
PACIFIC IMPORT COMPANY,
ProgrcHH Itlock, Port Street.
CLINTON J. HUTCH INS,
J. H. FISHER
Stock and Bond Brokers.
FIRE ASSOCIATION, of Philadelphia
WESTERN A88URANCE CO, of Toronto.
HONOLULU STOCK HXCIIAMGD
Hone lub , hnuare 20, I002
NME Of STOCK
CeiplHl : -
Rfefwer iV Comrin '
NS S.ch.uei Cofi J
L, t Mir Oct w bu 1
fcw V in 1 1 Hon Co i oo
HawalunAerkulturilOt i onn.wn too
HtwallinCotn AtSuCo 1)11950 tc
MtwAiiin uer -o
Honomu Sueir Cn
Mi'ku Sucar Co
Kahuku Plantation Co
Klhl Plant Co ltd
Kleyanulu Si Kf Co
Koloa SU2r Co
0nu Supar Co ,
Oakala Suear Plan Co
Ulaa Su Co LtJ ail
OlowalJ Com r any
Paauhau Su Plan Co
Pacific Sugar Mill
fau nantation Lo
Pt?tko Suear Co
Pioneer Mill Co
Pioneer Milt Co Aim
Walalua Agr Co ,
Walinanalo Sugar Co
Wlma MIUCo .
Wl der Ste amihlp Co
Intrr-IklandStoam N Co
4aallan F'ectrlc Co
Hon Rani! T ft LanlCo
Mutual Ttlephon Co
Oahu Ry & Land Co
People b let fit R(f Co!
Flnt National Bank
FlfMA S Bank 81 T Col
Hawaiian Gov j'percent
Hllo H U fji b rrrmnt
Hon Napll Trnklt
twa piantal n 6 r-er rant
Oahu R & L Co rr c
Oahu Plantation 'pc
Olaa Plantation 6 p, c
WaUlua ArtIcuI 6p C
t 000 000
a onoooo to,
1 OM OOQ 5j
I 60f OOO IOO.
, 1 aooflao
' ,$OCD 100
) noo,ooo! $0
390 ODO IOO
I fl tJO,oon too!
. 4 )oo 000 too
I T00.00C loo
too 000 too
en h Jonrne-j us nliont 23 1-D
sililinih ilu) s Journo was about
nn KmkIIsIi mile
c ulill V.119 nejrl) JJ lm tie-s
liiincl bieiieltli It eepj3l to :
tliiKers breadth Is equal tn altout
A shekel of allrr vens ccpial to about
slie-ki 1 of gold was $S
A Intent of alhcr wus Ji3 30
A tnle-nt ot khIcI wus I3 &frt.
A fiulliliiK was 3 rents
A piece of sllccr or n Jie-nn as 13
A niltc nas less than a epurtcr of a
An ciilrili or liath contained T Kal
Ions aim S pints Christian World.
WILLARD E BROWN.
W. A. LOVE
Halstead & Goi,
ON SUGAR SECURITIES.
921 Fort Street.
Stock and Bond Exchange.
STOCK AND BOND BROKER.
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE.
Orders' for the purchase or sale of
stocks nnd bonds carcfuly and prompt
ly executed Loans negotiated
Office Room 401, 4th floor, SUngen
wald Bldg. Postofllce box 390; Tele
phone Main 311.
MclNERNY BLOCK. FORT ST.
Judd & Co., Ltd.
307 Stangenwald Uulldtng.
P. O. IIox 007. Tel. Main 3SS
Seattle Wash Ian t The' liusi
ness pin lion of Itnnip.ut Clt AlusKn,
was swept l) fin- dnrliiR the enrlv
part ol Noveinliir iiienrellni, to nd
leeH broiiKht toelnc b tin He Miner
Dolphin The full extent or the lire- Is
not Known lint conn nntlw e&tlinates
lil.li e the toss nt J.IH Out, So lai as
1 nciftii no live s were lost .
The 111 i htm ted nt ri o c lock In the I
i xeniiiK In tin iiiihlnlllc e niillcllni; lioin I
n clefi-etlM tine A IiIkIi wind i an lull
the tin lues to ne lijiliorlni; IiiiIIiIIiiks
Tin elii,le town tinned out in lii;lit
tin flic Cunt e!,llleolt was pperl ,
flic, I In s iiIiik water fioin the u '
keni and this linils tn the hi lief 1 1 ill r '
more buildings than wen lnilmliil Ir '
lb business si i tlon were lost.
No More Dread
of the Dental Chair
TEETH EXTRACTED AND FILLED
AIISOLUTELY WITHOUT PAIN bj
our late scientific method applied to the
gums. No sleep-producing agents oi
Theso are tho only dental parlors In
Honolulu having PATENTED APPLI
ANCES and Ingredients to extract. OH
ind apply gold crowns and porcelain
:ron ns undectccablo from natural tectb
md warranted for ten years', WITH
OUT THE LEAST PAIN. All wort
lone by OHADUATED DENTISTS ot
from 1!! to 20 years' experience, and
acb department In charge of a Special
1st, OIo us a call, .end )ou will find
us to do exactly as we advertise, W
will tell you In advamo exactly wha
your work will cost ny a FIIEB EX
8ct Teeth SROO
Gold IMIIInfiH 6IO0
Silver HlllnijH RO.
Befit Su?n3Lf, -
Our nuuio niuno win i.e. a guarantee
tbat your work will be of tbn best.
E. W. JORDAN
I IK STILL HOLDING I
BIG DISCOUNT SALE
IN ALL DEPARTMENTS
im i mi lll find on enquiry
PRICLS CUT TO CLKAIt
She I've lust bfen liailiii), Win
ter In P.iriielih, In Tiilkire-liiti Ittiuf
eiuhantliiRle he wrltisof tin enlm NftW (rc Upllfnl PfirlilfC
,v,, m us .. MCUCIU,
doom i. Elite nulldlng, Hotel Stree'
hiipplniSH of iniirrled locis'
He ls he Ih h bacheloi ou Know
i ADIKS IN ATTENDANCE
Hours 8 a m to G p m
Sundajs, 9 a m to 12 m.