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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, II. T., THURSDAY, JAN. 23, 1902.
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WALL, NICHOLS CO,, LTD.
Two Stores In One.
The success ill merchant
lerognlzcs the Importance
of business system. '1 hid
IHiiHtrntlon shows the sim
ple proeeos of building a
stack of sections with
EXPANSION : SYSTEM.
Many labor saWtiK delccs
In this syBlom which we will
bo pleased to show and ex
plain to j on whether you In
tend to Imv or not. Remem
ber, we will be pleased to
WHEN THEY BECOME SOILED
BRING THEM HERE
When your collars and cuffs become
too soiled to be of use send them to
us nnd we will soon make them ns
good ns new We also guarantee not
to wear them out In the process of
cleaning that Is the specialty of
This laundry has long had the repil
talton for being strictly first class, and
It Is the Intention of the management
to maintain this stnndard at all costs,
a Single trial will convince ou.
Sanitary Steam Laundry Go,,
We wish you
New Year !
and thank ou for the pat
ronago extended to us diir
Ing the past year. Our
Block of GROCERIES for
1902 will be the completcst
and freshest to be lound In
Honolulu, and we are sure
you will find It to our ad
jutage 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. O. Box 380.
Have you seen the beauti
ful stock of upholstered
leather lounges and easy
chairs we are now selling.
They are marvels of beauty
and comfort and the prices
are reasonable. " "
Come nnd nee them.
HOPP & CO.,
Leading Furniture Dealers
Cor. King and Bethel Sts.
Hotel Sti jet.
Will be open fop business
on op nbout diinnury IG.
J. M, WEBB,
WIDOW OF DR. HOFFMAN
PASiES GENTLY AWA1
Eighty-Three Years Old And Resi
dent of Honolulu For Half a
A vmerable and kindly personage, 't
famlllnt figure lu Honolulu for more
than half a rentuiy, depaitcd ftom life
tbls morning This was Mrs. Maria
Hoffman relict of the late I)r Hdwnrd
HofTman, who had attained the age of
eights-three .veil's. She was a natiw
of the State of Maine a tplcnl New
England lad) of the olden time, and
had lleil In Honolulu for above fifty
years At hei own leanest the re
mains of Mrs Hoffman will be cre
mated ami the funeral will take plm
frm her late residence in Wjlllc slice
on Sunday afternoon at 3 30 oeloiU.
Mrs Hoffman lcaes two nieces one
being Miss Uiirliatik librarian of the
Honolulu l.lbran nnd Reading Room
Association, and the other Mis on
Graeemejei n lrslitent of Itlln The
cause of death was simply old age
New York Jan II Richard Croker
announced his retirement from the
formal leadership of Tammany Hall
this afternoon. 1 he announeument
was made at the meeting of the exec
utlve committee, at which the plun of
organization for the year 1902 was
agreed upon Lewis Nixon was chos
n Croker's successor as chairman ol
the finance committee. This position,
by long usage carries with It the lead
ershlp of the organization
In announcing the name of Nixon
for the chairmanship of the finance
cmmlttie George M Van lloeson
president of the general committee
"aid that the step una taken at the
rnlio of Cmkei himself Crokei
Vweer. did not express himself tin
II all the business before the meeting
had been trammeled when ho lose
End nddiessoii the chair There was
distinct iiimiip of expeetniicv in the
' wiled loom ns he did so He spoke
in Ills hnbltunl quiet manner but sue h
f htlllness prevailed that eei word
h' uttered was deaily heard by nil
His tune was couersntlennl but thou
was something like a tienioi In his
vc Ice. and lie walked back nnd forth
across the room In n way not finitely
fnmlllnr to those who hne often hoard
In pan he said that ie appointment
of Nixon to the chalimanshlp or the
finance committee hnd his lull ap
pronl nnd he hoped that Nixon
would receUe the snine consideration
and good will that had been extended
SfcVBN IV, NOT SEVEN.
There was a story In an ccnlng pa
per about the shipment of km to the
Coast In the S N Castle. It Is stated
that thcie are seeu tons of the wood
to be taken nnd that this will be male
Into furniture, calabashes and other
As u matter of fact, the Castle will
take In the nelghboihood of sewnty
tonu of the wood which Is being sent
by the Illshop Estate to Minnesota for
the manufacture of show cases for the
annex to the Iternlce P.iuahl Illshop
m list. urn at Kninehnmehj the wood
was brought from Njpoopoo Kona
Kit u ami some of the logs weigh lu the
neighborhood of eight tons
It Is always tilled with good
things to eat Yome neer
seen anything ciulte so fine.
Ask the clerk to tell you about
The New Housekeeper generally has
a trying time In selecting furniture
for the house.
It is one of our specialties to make
this task a light ono and we tnke pride
In furnishing the parlor, dining room,
bed rooms, etc , tnstefully and econom
When you want
Coyne Furniture Go,
llawnlliin Hotel MuhIc.
The band will play the fullowing se
lections at a conceit on the grounds of
the Hawaiian hotel this evening, begin
ning at T M o clock:
Overtuie The llrldc .
Fantasia The Yeomanry
. .. Squire
Come one come oil bring the
NOT TO BUY.
BUT TO LOOK.
LEWIS & CO
1000 Fort St.
840 Three Telephones 240.
The Keystone Watcb
Philadelphia, U.S. A.
America's Oldest and Largest Watch
For Sale by
THE PRINCIPAL WATCH DEALERS
Hcmlnlsccmes of Ilalfe
(b) The Giay and the Blue,
Miss I Kelllaa.
(e) M'uie Louise,
Mrs N Alapal.
scotch Selection Robert turns ..
Scotch Selection The Duke of I'lfe
Waltz A Sumniei Evening Wnldteufcl
Medley Old Acquaintance Maylaud
The Star Spangled Ilanner.
NATION MAKES AMJI Mill: UAH)
Toneku Kan, Jan 1 1 Mis. Nation
tried to cntei a Joint lu this city today
m a hatchet expedition' but wn rie
pulsed by tho owners Shu pioiulsci
that she would leturn at n time when
they weie not expecting hei and make
short work of their establishment She
AiiB armed with hi r lainniiH Halt hot.
Mrs Nation lt still under $.!imiii
bonds lo keep uic pence which would
he lorfelted If she went out to another
LOCAL AND GENERAL
The Bulletin's special Industrial edi
tion can be obtained at this office or
the news stands. Price 25 cents.
San I'rnnelsio Jan 15 Sugai
Haw. nominal weak Fair refining
2c, centilfugnl, 9fi test, 3c .molas
ses sugar 2V Refined wns dull
You cm supply your wants by read
ing page f.
Printing nnd developing nt Honolulu
Photo Supply So.
A line old fishloncd koa table See
I'm Sale column.
A meeting of Klhel stockholders Is
called. Head New Today.
The Bteamer Iwnlanl tnltos mall and
pissengers Tor Kolon this nfternoou
The Patent Ideal kid Oxford shoe at
$1 50 Is a winner Manufacture! s Shoe
The Trench cruiser Protct wns tn
hnco left San I'ranclsco for this pent
out he li'ith Inst I
Ladles hosiery of the best values
now being sold by the N. S 8achs l)i
Goods Co at unusually low prices
The Bteamer Ilnnnlci Is expected I
back fiom Knhulul this afternoon in
time for Captain Green to taku nut the
I wain ill.
Ilourbon Whiskey, C years old, (3 DO,
Claret 30 cents, Sherry nnd Tokay, "j
'rnts a gallon nt HotTscliluegcr Co s,
King street. ,
T W Nottingham nnd I.. E Ilceln
ol the Globe Navigation Company at ,
rived from Kauai In tho steamer lux
Makco this morning.
Judge George I) Gear nrrUeil In the
Venturn after a nentlun trip to S.in
rrnnclsco He will resume, work on'
the bench tomorrow morning
The Hawaiian Tramways Company
by Its manager W II Pain, has died
n general denial to the complaint lor
damages of Geoige Hnyselilcn
John Degi eaves, hy his attorney T
McCants Stewart, has filed a motion
for n bill of particulars from John
Stephenson, who sued him for (joiiiii
on nccount of supporting Mrs Do
Tho band will give n conceit on Hie,
grounds of the Hawaiian hotel tills
evening, beginning at 7 30 oeloik
Captain Ilergcr has arranged n imi
tleulnrly good program
It hns been reported that the lie w
steamers of the Pacific Mali Compiny
are to be fitted with a iew lo uur)
Ing targe bodies of troops inimi
I'nlllornla nnd the Orient. ,
The mimes of two of the ync IiIh Ii ivti
been changed by their new ovvnii
Sonny Cunlin bus rc-christccd Mm
Shamiork III the Kahuna and tlni.
ll.Ui foiirndt has re-lutiud the ltnse,
On account of the slowness ol the
delivery of sugar for the Hawaiian and
Ilyndes, the vessels will not get away
on time Tho Hyadcs will sail next
Saturday and the Hawaiian on Tl urn
day of next week.
Sugar on Knunl ready for shipment
when tho Mnkeo left there wns as lol
lows K. S M, 4500 Diamond V
inn. Mellryde 12,tuo. Mnkep. Con
K. P. 1000, M. 8. Co 1D.2II I. P
ll.Uil. G & It.. 2000.
Aylctt II. Cotton Jr, a young Amor
lean lawyer, was lately elided May.
or of Hollo, Phlllpplno Islands, defeat
ing tho nntlve candldnto by a large
vole Cotton Is a native of California
ami a graduate! of tho Leland Stan
ford Jr University.
The steamship companies In Knn
Frunclseo carrying Chinese from the.
Orient have been notified by thci
Treasury Department that they must
furnish a $"un bond for every Cliluc.nu
being kept In cl tontion while hid
light to land is being decided.
During his present trip Ynnlmun will
stop forty dnys nt New Zealand and
two months In Australia taking views
Krom the Colonies he go to Mnnlln
Yokohama nnd Hongkong Colombo,
Calcutta and through the Suez to Lu
lope, and then tu the I'nlled State.
Mel v In Vnulman, tho well known
photoginplier and landscape urtlst
who made n reputation tor himself
while hero by his splendid work, was
n through passenger In the Ventura
Ho and his wife are on a tour of the
world and ho Is going ns fur ns the
Colonies In the Interests of the Ocean
Ic StcaniBhlp Company, for whom he
will take pictures which will be used
In advertising their lines of travel.
Tho many pictures he took while hero
have been given largo circulation In
tho United States and Europe hy the
company which Is making ready to
boom the Island trip far tourists.
AN HOUR IN THE MORNING
THE SAME HOUR EVERY MORNING
or afternoon given to dictation, will
keep your correspondence "cleaned
up " Try It n month.
J. D. AYERY, Business Correspondent
Tel. Main 76. 9 5i45.
I'-IRC O.N IIRITIHII.
Hongkong Inn If I he lliltlsh
stcnuicr Manning 1iIoiikIiik to the
ileingl nng Canton and Mae.io Steam
Ceil Company Limited of Hongkong
ias been tired on by I'hlnesei soldiers
'n the Tain Chnu channel West river
The chaplain of the Hillisu llagshlp
'lory Itev Charles 12 I. (.own MA
vviio was on boaid, wns bcvcicly
The three Japanese anested jester
lay In eonuccuon with the dangerous
blasting operations on King street
near the Metropolitan Meal Market
appeared in the Police Court this foie
noon on the charge ot common mil
same The prosecution asked that
two of ilie men be discharged on the
tiounil that they did not do any of the
blastlug hut only bored the holes for
The" attention of the m ot.ee utlon wns
hen turned to Mnilmoto the man who
mil eharge of file blasting opciutlous
lie pleaded guilty and uinde the
statement that he mid been doing this
.hid ol work lor a long time without
any mishaps He did not know how
he accident of yestciday could hae
'i lie- piobteutlon stated Hint tho Jnp
iii'ie had let off one blast which had
hiokeu some of the glnss nbout the
unrkct building r Waller went out
mil told tho men to be mole enrcful
v'erv soon nfterwnids came tho explo
Ion which threw heavy rocks all meir
'he top of the building
Judge Wilcox decided that It was a
aso of common nuisance In the set
mil deureei ami iiiund the defendnnt
tJ5 and costs
Glasgow Ian li -In alilli Ip.itlem ol
tin duties on law sugar and In view
of the possibility of a c o'liile i vailing
duty on foielgu u Hind sugai. tho
Clyde Crushed hug ir mm kit opened
excitedly today In n tew minutes
eveivthing offeied was sold at three
peine .iilviiiiie over yesterday's pilies
making an inhume of six pence since
MMF t( H"'
Is worth a hundred groans at any time
Wear a pair of HANAN'S "EMPER
ORS" and you II haio the laugh on Hi
fellow thtttdoesnt ! ! ! !
We lmo yet to find the first pair of
HANAN'S SHOES Hint has hot given
perfect comfort nnd sitisfaetlon :
We don't need to ndvrtlsp them,
they advertise tlieinsilvi i !
We are the sole ng nt for this
high grade shoe : : : :
MclNERNY SHOE STORE
Advertisements Changed Mondays.
I2xceptlonaI nnd extraordinary offerings In UNDERWEAR which
Is sure to piove of gii-nt Interest lo ladles The goods have Just
arrived and are absolutely fr -hIi and new A enso In which
GOODS WEAR AND PRICES TALK
I2i rv article offered In this sab Is of the 1 n2 styles nnd made
from the be st cotton cumin I nnd wnlusock
Cambric Skirts at SI. 25
with fum lows or tueklllK 2 inch
Insertions and J inches ol strong
excellent Toiehon lace
Cnmbrlc Sklit with 3 rows of
Imitation llattenhurg lace Inser
tlon 1 1 2 Inches wide bottom
Dimmed with .! inch llattenberg
Ladies' Gowns at 50c and 65c
I2xtra aliies offered In gowns
Camoric Skirts at $1.50
with two rows of tucking, 1 1-2-Inch
Insertions 2 1 2 Inch Tor
chon lace, 24 skirts, no dupll
Cambric Skirts at S2.50
four rowH of liiuli 'I on lion In
sertlon, and llneh incc nt hot
loin excellent value
Embroidered Skirts at SI.75
three rows of hemstitched tuck
Ing, 0 Inch embroiders limine e
1.1 Inch dust ruffle
Cambric Skirts at S2.00
extra nllle, two rows of tuck
Ing three rows of Torchon In
sertlon, 112 Inches wide, bot
loin trimmed with 2 Inch lace
Ladies' Embroidered Skirts 1. 50
six rows of tucking fi Inches em
broldereel edging, It Inches dust
rufflo. Nothing to equal this
Skirt nt tho price tl SO
CLEARING SALE OF
with one ruffle nnd ono row of
I2cry Wrapper In the house will be sold nt half price Vnpnr
nlleled bargains .jont miss Ihem
PACIFIC IMPORT COMPANY,
ProjlrcKH Block. Port Street.
CLINTON J. HUTCHIINS,
J. H. FISHER
Stock and Bond Brokers.
FIRC ASSOCIATION, of Philadelphia
WESTERN ASSURANCE CO, of T
HONOLULU 8T0CK liXCIIANGfi
Hon lulu, JlTMJVS 21, IC2
NAME Or STOCK
C. Brfwtr ft Company
NS CicMDG Co.LM
L D Km & Co , Ltd
Kwi PlinUtlon Co I j ox m '
HiwilUnAfrlcuiiiirjtCo t 000,0m
-UwiHinCom &Su Co 111750 100
Honormi Sucr Co
li'Vu SujJir Co
ICahuku l'ljnitlon Co
Klhct PUtiLCo til.
KlUhutu Sugar Co
Coloa Suiir Co
fltl.ii Citva f
"norrfa sugaf do
Ookiia Surar Plan O
Olaa S-J Co I ft al
tlal I'J r-lup.
aju a Su I'Un (.
at s kar Mill
a I'iant4(l m t.
vk ti(f r C
n r Milt (
rt f Mill Co A
Wai.t' ia Aiti Co
a I kiSjkifC 1
Ua Titnal t Siiijar C 1
Wiihm Mill Co
MIS( ILLAMO IS
Vilr Si. JmhiDr
Inlet IUnJ StamN Co
n un 1 trvtrlr Co
H n Wjp.J T ft L Co
M nual Tflrrhan Co
Oahi U ft 1 Co
IV .fie s v ft H t k Co
lirst Sal n lljnk
I iri AS Hanxft T( o
HawalUn it iv f fer trnt
llild U U Co per tent
lion Hjp j irantt
I J I'Untjt n 1 frr m
O.ttm U ft L ( rm
Oihu 1 lantati n f p
Olaa Plantation 6 p. c
VvaUlba Agrlcul 6 p c
1 000,030 M
I Cio.ono JOi
) 600,000 loo
I on our
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PIJOTP.8T U.VCtli TOM'S CAUIN.
I-exlngton K , Jan 11 Lexington
Cli.i J1 i 1 lilted DuiiKhte'is of the Con
(eclirnej. hue se;it n written petltlou
tuChnrles II Sciilt innnnKer nt the
l.cxtngleili opera house asking t Tint
tin iln I nili mini Cnhln lie not
ilnjecl ngnln nt the opera house The
Kiwi ns rcnsein that the- lust elllzens
iiml iM mmiiies lliliiK In ami about
the i lt wire ouee shle owners ns n
In rilai;1' not of their on ehooslng.
that the Inrhleuts of Tnele Toms
Cabin nre- not t ple.nl of glne llfo
lu the South, hut of Isolnteu cases,
that (he proline tlon of the pin) anil
Its lieiug njeitlael with blooelhnimils
ami plettircH of nu olil ni-Krii In (hiilus
nun a time' owner with whip In hand
Kie a Inlte Idea of the times to th
ihlltlrcu of the city.
wiLLAnn r. imowK.
W. A I.OVK.
Halstead & Co;;
ON SUGAR SECURITIES.
921 Fort Street.
Stock and Bond Exchange.
jVlclNERNY BLOCK. PORT ST.
STOCK AND BOND BROKER.
HONOLULU STOCK CXCHANGK.
Orders for the purehase or sole of
slocks nnd homls earefuly ami prompt
ly executed 1-oans negotiated
Office Room 401, 4th floor, Stangen
wald Bldg. Poatoffice box 390; Tele
phone Main 331.
Judd & Co., Ltd.
307 Stunftcnwald UulldlnjJ.
P. O. IIox 007. Tel. Mnln 328
The Bulletin, 75 cents per month.
Home'. CU Jnn IJ In n collision
which occinuil bilweein a pnsHcuctei
anil n IiiIkIiI IiiiIii on i.n Southuiii
Unlluav nt nu' mih hom this inoin
IllC IH'IM llllIK Htjtleill IWI'lll inlhs
north nl Home' Mine I llllnu N'oiillen
the slntei won ImJukiI her nceotn
I Milst i: Itotniilne SlmuiiiUH sustain
ed a bruised liuml nn c nitlni-or was
Killed Hnd lliri'c other eniilnes ot the
lonil f' Injun il Mine Nordlcn was
I In own from he i hid to the flooi ami
her shnuldei liartly hiulsul nnd the
inuscleH of lier nccK weie btinlui.il
No More Dread
the Dental Chair
TKETII EXTRACTED AND KILLEL
MISOI.UTELY WITHOUT PAIN bj
mr lato scientific method applied to the
?ums. No sleep-producing ngenta oi
These nre the only dental parlors In
Honolulu having PATENTED APPLI
ANCES and ingredlentB to extract All
and annlv gold crowns and porcelalo
rowns undectecahlo from natural teetb
ind warrantee! for ten years, Willi
DUT THE LEAST PAIN. Alt wor.
lone by CIIIADUATED DENTISTS of
from 12 to 20 years' experience, an
mch department In charge of a Special
1st, Give us a call, and you will find
us to do exactly as we advertise. W
till tell you In adaneo exactly what
our work will cost ny a FKEE EX
Set Teeth S 00
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that your work win be of tb best.
New York Dental Parlors
loom 4, Elite Building, Hotel Sire
LADIES IN ATTENDANCE
Hours 8 a m to 0 p n
Sundaji, 9 a in to I'.' tu,