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j ; EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, H. T BATUHDAY, JAN. 23. 1902.
Two Stores In One.
, NICHOLS GO,, LTD,
WHEN THEY BECOME SOILED
BRING THEM HERE
When your collars and cuffs become
too soiled to bo of use send them to
us and we will soon mnko them as
good as new. We also guarantee not
to wear them out In tho process of
cleaning that Is the specialty of
This laundry has long had the rcptt
talton for being strictly first-class, and
It Is the Intention of tho management
to maintain this standard at all costs,
a Single trial will convlnco you.
We wish you
New Year !
and thank you far tho pat
ronago extended to us dur
ing the past year. Our
Btoclc of GROCERIES for
1002 will bo tho complctcst
and freshest to bo lound in
Honolulu, and wo aro sure
you will find It to your ad
vantage to buy from us.
Havo 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.
Visitors to our Btorc
will seo many hand
some pieces of furni
ture this week. Some
thing that wo don't
expect to keep Ipng.
on account of Its great
beauty Is a Oolden
with glass shelves and
mirror In back Ono
of tho prottlest pieces
of furniture In town.
Come and seo It : :
are a puie gluten biscuit es
pecially adapted for djspep
tics and children When wo
say pure gluten that's exactlj
what we meau.
DR. JOHNSTON'S EDUCA.
TORS aio not lllio an othci
blBcults They aro superior to
an othui kind, and besides
being a health biscuit they
ate crisp and delicious
Come iu tin boxes and sold
LEWIS & GO.
;. LEADING GROCERS. .:
240 Three Telephones 240.
The successful merchant
recognizes the Importance
of business system. 'Hits
Illustration shows tho sim
ple process of building a
stack of sections with
EXPANSION : SYSTEM.
Many labor salng devices
In this sjstcm which wo will
bo pleased to show and ex
plain to J on whether jou In
tend lo buy or not Hcmcm
bcr, wo wilt bo pleased to
see J on.
Hotel Sti .'et.
Will be open for business
on or nbout tlannnry IS.
J. M. WEBB,
Is well adapted to this
climate because It Is cool.
Our stock at present In
rocking chairs Is excellent
and wo offer extra values.
These chairs aro shellaced
and will last three times
ns long as ordinary wick
erware. If you havo nev
er rocked In a wicker chair
you have missed onu of
llfo's gicntest comforts
and you can't afford to
miss It tho chairs aio so
cheap. .-. .-. .-. .-. .-.
PROGRESS - BLOCK
The Keystone Watcb
Philadelphia, U.S. A.
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 your coriospnndenco "cleaned
up " Try It a month
J. D. AYERY, Business Correspondent
I Regularity! Certainty." Despatch!
Tel. Main 76. 95:45. Elite Dldn.
LAMPRE PUT THROUGH
Senate ComiltfO Testing Genuineness
of Proposal to Sell for $10,000
000 Clajm of Colombia
Washington, Jan 11 M Eilunrd
Lampre representing the Pnnnmn Ca
nal Company, appeared before tho Sen
ate Committee on Intcroceanlc CatiaN
today In obcdlenco to tho summons of
that committee to testify concerning
tl.e oner of ills compnny to sen its ,,,rgt snllmirnt of 190, wa r
propertj and franchises to the United I ,m8 nrrNcd t , L C(J(jl g
States M Jules lloucfvc of the Ireneli ,ui
Embassy also was present nt the hear-1 ' ..... . ,, , . . ,
i Th ,mi,,. un. h.i.i i.i.in.tl. ' ornlshcd cottage, contrnllv locnted, I
... ... , ,, .
closed doors, representatives of tit
press Doing excluded
M Lampro was questioned at great
length by the members of the commit'
tee He said his mission to the I'nlted
States had been to ascertain to whom
tho proposition for the sale of the Pa
nama property should be made Hav
ing Informed himself upon this point,
he had conferred with Admiral Walker,
chairman of the Isthmian Canal Com
mission, ns to tho form of tho offer.
He then cnhled to hfs principals, the re
sult being that tho offer to sell for
110,000,000 had been mndc dlrcctlj from
Paris anil not by him He said, how
ever, that It was his understanding that
the proposal Included both the frnn
chlsos and the property of the Panama
company, but not the money In IU
treasury, of which there Is about 1C0,
M 1 .am pre was questioned especially
concerning tho title of the present Pa
nama company, several members of
the committee expressing doubt ns to
whether those now claiming ownership
had secured unquestionable title. Ho
replied that they had made their pur
rhaso through tho liquidator of the old
compnny and that the tiansfer was
regular. In response to other questions
ho said that In case the transaction
should be consummated the money
would he distributed among the mem
bers of the original companj ami thou"
of the present organization bj arbitra
tion He said the proffer had been
mado In gcod faith ami that the com
pany wna nblo to dellvei the goods.
In response to Inquiries M Lninprc
contended that the new compnii) had
a. perfect right to sell the propertj nnd
that to do so would not Infringe upon
the lights of any one
Renntor Morgan asked what the enr
pointlon hnd bien organized foi, ami
the witness replied that the purpose
wns to bulhl ncannl The Scnntor then
asked whether any attempt to sell the
cnnnl was not a proceeding In bid faith
M. Ijimpre maintained that it was not
Ho also said that tho American Pana
ma Canal Company had been organized
In New Jersey for tho purpose of dis
posing of tho property In this country
"As a matter of fact," said Morgan,
"jou appear to havo had the canal on
tho 1arg.iln counter ever since the
company was organized "
Tho witness protested to tho con
trary. He also mid that the old lotterj
scheme was still In existence The com
pany had abandoned nil idea of a sea
level ennnh The French luw, he said
could not prevent a transfer of the ca
nal to the I'nlted States as tho canal
companj was a perfectlj Independent
The fact was developed at the hear
ing that the bonded Indebtedness of the
old company was 300 000 000 francs,
ami also that since the new companj
had come Into control It had paid 12.
000,000 francs to the Colombian Gov
ernment for concessions. It wns also
shown that the lease from that Govern
ment wns for ninety-nine yenis, nnd
ut tho end of that time the property
would revert to Colombia.
M Lnnipre was questioned at length
about the Panama Railroad, but said
he knew little or nothing about Kb nf
fairs. M Douche was asked only whether
tho proposition to sell the canal for
J40.000.000 had been made w Ith the nu
thoilty of the French Government. He
replied In the negative, sajtng that
that Government hnd no connection
whatever with the transaction.
General bookbinding, ruling, gtldlnx
embossing, maps, charts and artlsth
printing at tho EVENINO UULLUTI'
TWO BAND CONCERTS.
'I he hand will play tho following se
lections at a concert in Emni.i Squaie
this afternoon, beginning nt I 20
n i lot k
M.ueli liillj-Ho Friedman
Oveituie- Ixilitlhi .. . . Kupp
llillnd- Pilgrims of the Night .
Dance The Aborigines Thlere
Wultz- Vienna Ilon-llons Struuss
The Star Spangled Banner.
The Sunilaj afternoon ciintert will
take pl.iin on the Capital grounds, be
ginning at .1 oclnck 'Die follow Ing
pioguun h.is been ni ranged:
The Old Hundred,
Inti addition Carmen .. nizet
Overture 'I he Flutist . Kllng
Suite-t'oiipc ,i (new) Dcllhis
Vac il Reliction l.a 'liav.itme
V. 1 ill
Ouiture- William Tell . Rnsslni
I'dllud Don t Do Cross Zellcr
mi (ilorl.t lith Mots Mozart
(hi Hallelujah Chorus 'thu. Mes
S-'il'itlou I he llelh of Iloliciiiilu.
'I ho Star Spmgled Manner,
Postags on the Bulletin's special In
dU3trlal edition Is three cents to all
partB nf the States.
Weekly edition or the Bulletin $1 a
LOCAL AND GENERAL
The Bulletin's special Industrial edi
tion can be obtained at this office or
the news stands. Price 25 cents. 1
The Roderick Dim has nrrlvcd in
You can supply jour wants by read
Ing pago li.
Advertising In the Dullctln jloIJa
largo returns. I
Talk Is cheap but good advertising'
eooii gains curreno
I'orty thousand shot gun shell just
received bj i: O Unit & Son I
Tho Klnnti from Hllo airlvcd hero
this afternoon about 1 o'clock I
Tho Kllpatrick should arrive bora
this evening from San Francisco '
Tho steamer Hawaii was loading at
Hukalau when tho Klnnu left Hllo
Nicely furnished rooms. Popular
House, 1249 Fort St., $1.60 per week up.
Is advertised for In tho Want column
... ,.,ip i,
Meet mo at the Fountain tho popu
lar lee cream and soda water resort,
Wall, Nichols Co , Ltd.
The band will play Iu Etnm.i Squarn
this nfteruoon nnd on the Capitol
grounds Sunday afternoon.
Hitting and Kaiitukou for plaintiffs
nie moving for an order of default In
the case of Crow dcr vs Ilrjant
Leo Tonm & Co , Ltd., 33 King street,
(bdny sell their good Manila cigars
from 3 CO to Jo 00 per hundred.
On account of tho sudden Illness at
Pastor Felmj', no service will be held
nt the German church tomorrow
Uourbon Whiskey, 6 years old, $3 CO;
Claret, 50 cents; Sherry and Tokay, 75
cents a gallon at Hoftscblacgcr Co.'s,
Captain Macombcf of the whaling
hark John . Wlnthrop will go aboard
his vessel this afternoon nnd sail for
the Japan Sea.
Invitations from the German Consul
to tho officers of tho French cruiser
Protet to bo present at tho reception
at tho Consulate on Monday, hnve
Premo cameras are the best plate ca
mera made, have lino double lens, au
tomatic shutter and film attachment.
Honolulu Photo Supply Cu , ngents.
For the benefit of the Kje mid Far
Inflrmarj. a C.illeo .Masquerade Hall
will bo held at the Drill Shed Wednes
day, February 5
Whltuej t Marsh aro offering all
wool French challlcs of VM1 d sign.
Ever) woman kuows how scrvlccnlilu
they are for house, empire gowns or
The Hobniii Drug Company havo
put n now rat poison on tho market
that Is very effective Rats Must Go
I . tnc name of it nnd a CUcent pack
ago will destroy hundreds af rats
Dowels' Merchant Pntiol and Contl
Uentlal Agency has just Issued a card
on tho back of which nro tho various
alarm signals of the city. IL Is a very
linndy thing to enrry In one's pocket
Tho schooner Robert Lew era depart
ed far the Sound this morning In tow
of the Fearless. Captain Underwood
wns accompanied by his wife and
There will be a meeting of the Lusl
tnna Society tomorrow afternoon far
the purpose of settling tho election ilia
puto which has so stlrted tho Portu
W II, Castle reports the temperature
at his residence as CO degiets nt li
a clock this morning At 9 o'clock last
night it was 01. which he regards as
very cool for that hour.
Andrew Drown shares the hirthdaj
of his Illustrious countryman Robert
Hums this being his own natal daj
He is reielvlng the glad baud from his
many friends and neighbors
Tho steamer Noeau arrived from
Hnmnkiia this morning with n full load
of sugar for tho steamer Hawaiian
Purser Christian reports dry weather
along tho llnmnkim and Knu districts
Hough seas wero experienced.
Commissioner Wray Taylor Is active
ly engaged In sorting out tho largo sup
1 ly of seeds forwarded from Washing
ton by Delegate Wilcox Packets will
bo distributed through the malls under
tho Delegate's frank
Tho funeral of tho late Thomns 13.
Krouse took place from the undertnk
In gparlors of II 11 Williams, Fort
street, yesterday afternoon There
wns a largo number of tho friends of
the de censed In attendance.
Mr. Sedgwick, nsslstant director of
the Federal experiment Station ,C J
Austin, Territorial gardener, Mr Cross
of Ivnmehameha school and Mr van
Dyne of the Normal school have gone
to Wall Ian a to uttend the Farmers'
Between li nnd 7 o'clock last night
the Chinese dilver of hack 1IU report
eel ul the polico station that his horse
nnd lig had been stolen fiom tho cor
ner of MnunnKca nnd Ileretnnia
streets. 'Iho police made n senrch
last night but were unable to lacntr
the propertj it will prahnbly be
Receipts at Hie Water Works ofllee
flam the 1st to the 13th of this month
weie about JJO0O more than those of
t.ie caricsponcllng p ilod latt vear hut
this Is no criterion of the degree af
expansion Manj If not mrst af the
crated holders of privileges havo no1
yet paid their rate'
The hull of the La Paloinn, Clarence
Macfailnnes jacht, was towed up from
Pearl HarLor jestcrdnj by the tug I i
lulu. Tie new mast and tigging for
the converted eiulhcr aio about ready
ta be put In and within a couple of
wicks the sloop La Palnnin will l
rejdj for the othei lljers of In i i pr-n
As coon as she Is fln'shcd I Ink I .'
hum ii Hint nnatliir lain brim n I i
Palonia and the (iladjs will take plan
li. an who has had ta da wlili i ilu
'iinN en (be Coast througb unm ,,,
wltli tlin polln department., of vmiI h ,
Of the iltles there stated to li Hull. I n
'epaiter this iiiaiuing llnl In I
ei agnized soire of the i iiakh In tc n
!u his opinion a gienl ninnv e, il.o
neiit linlil dps mid bniglniliM In
Mm committed bj these men iilihnuiji
Viui.illj laid at the dc.ai af the I'orto
rtlians whom ho licliovus to he nfinld
if doing anything greater In denrei
Ntlian ptttj thieving
THIS 18 O.NLY TI4UU OF A HAINAN SHOE.
No better hIioc, tluin thin, Ikih cvcp come
to the light of ila.v. it it n n u
IT MAKES FRIENDS FOR US
IT MAKES BUSINESS FOR US
IT MAKES MONEY FOR US
nnd we arc Its Hale aejeiitn.
Exceptional and extraordinary offerings In UNDERWEAR which
Is sure to prove of great Interest to Indies The goods hnvo Just
arrived and are aboolutelj fresh and new. A case In which
GOODS WEAR AND PRICES TALK
Hverj article offered in this sale Is of the IJft'J stjles and made
from the best cotton cambrli and wnlnsock
Cambric Skirts at $1.25
with four rows af tin king 2 Inch
Insertions and 3 Inches of strong
excellent Torchon lace
Cnmbile Skilt with 3 rows of
Imitation llattenbiirg lace Inser
tlon 113 Inches wide 'icittom
trimmed with 3 inch llatteuberg
Ladies' Gowns at 50c and 65c
Hxtrn values offered In gowns
Gamorlc Skirts at $1.50
with two rows of tucking, 1 1-2-Inch
Insertions 2 1 2 Inch Tor
chon lace, 21 skirts, no dupli
cates Ladies' Skirts
with one ruffle and ono row of
Hvery Wrapper In the house will be sold nt half price,
allcled bargains .Jon't miss them
vicirvereivY block, fort st.
No More Dread
oFTHb Dental Chair
TKGTH r.XTIlACTEn AND FILLED
A11SOLUTULY WITHOUT I'AIN bj
our latQ Bclentlllc mcthol applied to the
turns. No sleep-producing agents oi
There arc the" only dental parlors Id
Honolulu having PATENTED Al'PLI
ANCBS and Ingredients to extract. CU
and apply gold crowns and porcelain
crow ns undectecable from natural teeth
end warranted for ten years, WITH
OUT THE LEAST PAIN. All wort
done by (IIIAI)UATKD DENTISTS of
from 12 to 20 years' experience, an
each department In charge of a Special
1st. fllvo us a call and you will find
is to do exactly ns wo ndvertlsc. We
will tell ou In ndvanio exactly what
your work will cost liy a FItEE EX
Set Teeth $R 00
'Gold Crowns 85 0(1
Gold Plllltigft . . . l 00
silver IMIIIiiiVh fiOc
Dm nituiii Hiuuu kiii ., ii Kuaruntr.
that uur work will be of tb uent
New York Denial Parlors.
Room 4, Elite Uulldlbh, Hotel Straut
LAIMi:S IN WTRNDANCF
Hours, 8 a m. to C p n.
Bundii)8, It u m to 12 m.
and Is Fine
Cambric Skirts at $2.50
four rows of 3 Inch Torchon In
sertlon, and 3 Inch lnee at bot
torn, excellent value
Embroidered Skirls at $1.75
three rows of hemstitched tuck
Ing C Inch embroidery flounce,
13 Inch dust ruffle
Cambric Skirts at $2.00
extra value, two rows of tuck
ing, three rows of Torchon In
sertion, 112 Inches wide, bot
tom trimmed with 2 Inch lace
Ladies' Embroidered Skirts 1. 50
six rows of tucking. C Inches em
broidered edging. 13 inches dust
ruffle. Nothing to equal this
Skirt at tho price. $1 CO.
CLEARING SALE OF
E. W. JORDAN
t IK STILL IIOLDINO i
BIG DISCOUNT SALE
IN ALL DEPARTMENTS
net you will f nil oncniiilry
PRICUS CUT TO CLHAIi
J. H. FISHER
Stock and Bond Brokers.
FIRE ASSOCIATION, of Philadelphia
WESTERN ASSURANCE CO., of Tfr
HONOLULU 6TOCK HXCHANGD
Horn lulu, Januirv 25, I0C2
NAME OF STOCK 9jfj"il7 B,J "
C Rwfr St Company t om,-f loo 415
N S SichiDG Co.LM 6o,rar too 91
L U. Kerr & Co . LtJ too,o-e K
Bwt PUntttton Co . . j ,000 mc o t) ijM
HiwallJnAfrfKultnrilCe t, ono or 00 ?
HtwiHanCom & Su Co j t,ji ?! ,Qr
Hawaiian Sugar Co t orw ero o t t3
Monomu Sugar Co I 7So. xt n i
Honokaa Sugar Co tooo.oce 10 ic
Haiku Sugar Co coooeo too .. tr
Kahuku Plantation Co 500,0:0 tjH n
Kihf PlartCo Ltd 1 oyvxo 50 ti .,
Kltahu!uSugrCo . . ito.ot 10c iotW
I Koloa SuarCo yxol too 16
' (McHrvdthuCo Li I ) luoorx o 6
0hu Sujar Co. i6ooorioo 4tH
Onointa Sugar Co 1 ooo.oce ao ti
Ookala Suar Plan Co 500 or ao
Olaa Su Co. LtJ ait Mj.onc to 1 6
OliaSiTo LtJ rJupf t$oonoo to I)
Oh t (Iti tofrranv tjooco too ... to
PaauhauSu Plan C ,mow: 50 ..
Pa 1 Sugar Mill joono 100 , 119
Pjia Plantjtl nC tjoooo too iy
Prrrrki Sue r C 1 tsoooo loe .... iti
Plorrtr Mill ti t tjo.oon lot , ... to
Pi nwr Mill C o Awe 500000 too 61
Walalna Agn C itjoo,ooo too j"i y
a lukuSuir Cu r 000 loo
WatmanaloSugr C tjt.ooo loo ijtJJ ... ,
Naim4 Mill Co . 115000 100
IntT ManJStfamSCn joo 000 100 57K '"
Hawatlan t Wtrlc C s00000 l0
M.n KarlJT h L Co S00" ,0
Mutual Ttlerhon Co tso.000 100
Oahu Hv AL Co ! ...
Pe .pl . Ice & R I e Co t.000,000 100
RANKS ,500W, ,0
I irt Natl nal HanV
I irt ASUan&1io
Hawaiian (iov 1 prr tent . .
HihiRRCo (rrcmt 100
Hriti RapU Tramlt ico
I wa PUntat n per crnt
Oahu y & L Co r" c
Oahu Plantatlun 6pc lot
Olaa Plantation 6 p. c . ,
Wafalua Agrlcbl 6p c ii
Sales 10 Onlm $D:, 15 Oahu. $93,
lo Onlm $"j 20 Oahti. t'jr., 'j Oahu,
$'t. 1, Onlm $93
WILLARD K DROWN.
W. A lovi:
Halstead & Co.,
ON SUGAR SECURITIES.
921 Fort Street.
Stock and Bond Exchange.
STOCK AND BOND BROKER,
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE.
Onpr feir tho inirrhnao or snlo of
MntkH nml lionilx c.infiil nml prompt
1 e.'e.'inttil. I.oann neKotlatcel
Office Room 401, 4th floor, Stangen
wald Bldg. Poitoffice box 390; Tele
phone Main 331.
Judd & Co., Ltd.
307 Stnngcnwnltl Building.
l O. Box 007. Tel. Mnln 228
If ou hao Soro Throat Tjln-Klllcr
will cure It If on hae a cough or
colli, I'nln-Klller will e-nel It If oa
hno crnmpa or diarrhoea, Taln-Klllcr
will relieve It If jou cut, burn or
bruise jourself, I'aln-Klller will stop
the pain. In short, a bottle of I'aln
Klller on cur illicit will save ou pain,
time nnd money Avoid substitutes
there Is but one I'aln-Klller. Perry Da
8 I'rlco 2oc and EOc.
Get your order in for the special
Industrial edition. The second edition
la now ready for distribution. Price
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