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EVENINQ DULLETIN, HONOLULU, H. T MONDAY, JAN. 27, 1902.
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WALL, NICHOLS GO., LTD.
Two Stores In One.
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WHEN THEY BECOME SOILED
BRING THEM HERE
When your collars and tuffs becomo
too soiled to bo of uso send them to
us and wo will soon malio them as
good as new. Wo also guarantee not
to Tycar them out In the process of
cleaning that Is the specialty of
This laundry has long had tho repu
tation for being strictly first-class, and
It Is the intention of tho management
to maintain this standard at all costs,
a Blnglo trial will convlnco you.
Scientific opinion every
where agrees that execs-,
slvo meat eating Is not
only extravagant but posi
tively Injurious. Health,
happiness and tempera
ment largely depend on
the quality nnd charac
ter of iiio food.
In our show window
this week wo display tho
finest breakfast foods
Pettljohn's Breakfast Food,
Cermea (In tins),
nnd many others.
Telophono for your fa
orlte. Wo have It. .:
Boston Block, Port 6t.
Telephones 32, 24, 02.
ti P. O. Box 380. tl
Visitors to our storo
will seo many hand
some pieces of furni
ture this week. Some
thing that wo don't
expect to keep long,
on account of Its great
beauty, Is a Golden
with glass shelves ami
mirror In back. Ono
of tho prottlest pieces
of furnlturo In town.
Come and seo It. : :
ore a niuo gluten biscuit es
pecially adapted for dyspep
tics aud children. When wo
say pure gluten that's exactly
what wo mean.
DR. JOHNSTON'S EDUCA
TORS are not llko any other
biscuits. They aro superior to
any other kind, nnd besides
being a health biscuit they
nic crisp and delicious.
Como In tin boxes and sold
LEWIS & GO.
;, LEADING GROCERS. .:
240 Three Telephones 240.
Tlio successful merchant
recognizes the Importance
of business system. 'lhU
tllustrntlun shows tlio slra
t)li process of building a
stack of sections with
EXPANSION : SYSTEM.
Many labor saving devices
In this systtm which wo will
bo pleased to show and ex
plain to you whether you In
tend to buy or not. Remem
ber, wo will bo pleased to
Hotel Sti jet.
Will he open for business
on or filiout tlnnnnry IS.
J. M. WEBB,
is well adapted to this
cllmato because it Is cool.
Our stock at present in
rocking chairs Is excellent
and wo offer cxtrn values.
These chairs aro shellaced
and will last threo times
as long as ordinary wick
cm are. If you have nev
er rocked In a wicker chair
you havo missed ono of
life's greatest comforts
and ou can't afford to
miss It the chairs are so
cheap. .-. .-. .-. .-. .-.
PROGRESS - BLOCK
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 nfternoon, given to dictation, will
keep your correspondence "cleaned
up." Try It a month.
J. D. AVERY, Business Correspondent
Regularity! Certainty1 Despatch!
Tel. Main 76. 95:45. Elite Bldg.
WHAT CONFERENCE HAS
FLAMED FOR 30TI1
Americans, Uawaiians, 'Portuguese,
Japanese and Chinese (o Take
Tart Business Men's
Meeting at 4.
The large Anti-Saloon League con
fcrence of temperance workers will
tnke place on Thursday, January 30
and has not been postponed till the fitli
os n morning paper erroneously glos
It. The program for the day will be a
At 10 a in. there will be a meeting at
Y M. C. A. hall, Thco. Hlchards pre
siding. This meeting Is for the pur
rose of hearing the following reports
from the field
1 Y V. C. T. U Mis. Dr. Whitney
2. Chinese I)r. See
5. Japanese K. Knmuro
4 Portugese Itev. A. V. Soars
R. Hawallans .... Itev. O I'. Emerson
At 11 n. m. "Principle and Objects of
the Anti-Saloon League"
...-. Itev. V. H. Itlce. Supt
At 11 30 n. m. "Practical Lints of
Work" ..- I.orrln Andrews
At 4 p. m. n business men's meeting
will be held In the Assembly Hall mei
Castle & Cooke's offices. Hon. P. J,
Lonroy presiding. The following nd
riresses will be delivered
The Purpose of the Government..
Cloicrnor S. II. Dole
Prison Statistics and Experiences. .
There wilt be n general assembly at
7:30 p. m. In tho Y. St. C A. hall, su
pcrlntendent of the Anti-Saloon
League Rev. W. II. Wee, presldlng.At
this meeting Hon. W. II. Castle will
deliver an address on the subject: "Tho
Saloon from n Legal Standpoint."
An evening temperance meeting will
also ho held nt the Japanese church at
which these speakers will be heard:
Itev W I). Western elt and T. Komuro.
At the Chinese church there will nlso
be a meeting nt which Goo Kim. W
Kwal Pong. Ho Ton nnd Itev. Wong
Shung will he the speakers.
At the Portuguese church. Itev A. V.
Soares will speak during the evening
and nt the evening meeting In Kawala
hao church, Itev IL II. Parker and W.
Lono will speak. This meting will be
presided over by Moses K. Nakulna.
a ihv mm
There was consternation In the vicin
ity 'of Dr. Hoffman's ofllrc, Dcrctnnl.i
street, near Klchaids, yesterday after
noon. The monkey which tho doctor
lias had for a long time and which has
been housed Just back of the dllilnq
room window, made ono final break foi
liberty and succeeded In getting away.
The monker had a erudce niralnst
someone In tho Ilarnes place near by
and mado for that place as soon as he
got loose. Mis. Ilarnes was at home
and tho monkey unceremoniously en
tered the room In which she was. Ik
wasted no time In useless argument
hut. springing nt tho lady, bit her In
tho arm. Mrs. Ilarnes called for hell
and tho Japanese boy responded.
In the meantime, the monkey having
appealed his wrath, went Into the
kitchen to find something to appease
his hunger The Japanese hoy closed
the door quickly nnd then, entering the
room, advanced bravely on the enemj
who was now crouched for a spring
Tho boy made a quick grab, caught the
monkey by the throat nnd it was nil
over. He was returned to his box and
chained up again.
Want Capt. Saffery
for Maui Sheriff
Walluku, Jan 23. Sheriff L. M
Baldwin of Maul Is sending this week
to headquarters at Honolulu, a record
mendatlon for the promotion of Cap
tain Wm. I:. Salter) of the Walluku po
llco foiie to succeed retiring Deputj
Sheriff Alfred X. Ha) eoletcn. Sheriff
naldwln Is quite satisfied with Mr. Saf
frey's work us laptaln of police both nt
Lahalna mid Walluku. and the sherlfl
Is to be tummended In his endeavor to
piomote worthy olllcluls. There are
seveial applicants for the iifllcc, some
capable und some who only euro for
the baldly without regard to elllclency
Captain Saffery Is a jong Hawaiian
and u graduate of Lnhainaluna Semi
nal, and has been connected with tlio
Maul police feme for a number of
veaw Ills excellent services In the
past should be u strong recommenda
tton In his favor.
WAUDUN'8 SON DIBS.
William Henry", the 13-yenrcdd
adopted son of William llonr;. :hi
wu len or tin- Tunuoiiai prison, uiej
jesterday afurnoon nl'ir about a
week's Illness He wis fil en with i
severe attack of acute peiltonllls. Dr
Wood attended the boy, lull stale that
from the Hist there was uuy little
hope foi the- bo), os his caso was nij
acute PMtiday an opeintlon was
peifoiim-d but It failed to produce nil)
bpoiI effect the liov (blug shortly aft
truants The builal took place toduy
pari) this morning the body was taker
over the Pall to .Mr. Henry's placet nt
Knntohe when Interment took place
BANKRl PTC v MATT! It.
Wade Wuimi Tlinver tiustce of the
etiat" of V T Aiuann bankrupt. Iin
petitioned the Flint CUcult (Joint toi
an older to tnl.i- AmSnn's tcstlmonv
befoie lie Ifiivt's lor Cliinn In the
steamer (.n lie. In n suit Imiught bv
petitioner In the fourth Clicult Court
against A. Lldgnte of Paaullo to ro
cover an alleged prefeienco In fraud
of the bankruptcy law of 1S9S,
LOCAL AND GENERAL
The Bulletin's special Industrial edi
tion can be obtained at this office or
the newsstands. Price 25 cents.
Head "Wants" on page C.
A bookkeeper Is wanted See Help
Wanted column I
The Btoamor Maul will sail for 11a
ninktia ports tomorrow.
A masquerade hall will be given at
livra pavilion Kebiuary l.'ith. I
Tim Bteamer W. O. Hall will go out
on her regular run tomorrow. i
Klhel stock sold nt $11 n share this
morning on the Stock Exchange. ,
Oet your periodicals bound at tho
EVENINO JIULLKTIN'S nindory. I
Tho now mast for the La Paloma
will bo stepped some dn) thlj wok i
Nicely furnished rooms, Popular .
House, 1249 Fort St., ll.EQ per wek up.
Gomes & McTlghc, successors to Ca-
mora & Co.. liquor dealers. 95 King at.
The Mnuna Loa, from Hawaii and
Maul ports, will arrive tomorrow morn
The Crozler cano loading machine
wltl be given a tilal at En a plantation
The weekly edition of the Evening
Bulletin gives a complete Fummary of
the news of tho day.
Meet me nt the fountain the popu
lar Ice cream and soda water resort,
Wall, Nichols Co., Ltd.
Notice of the Oahu Sugar Co Ltd,
as to the closing of the kick k books,
appears under New Todny
Leo Toma & Co., Ltd., 33 King street,
today sell their good Manila cigars
fiom $3.50 to $5.00 per hundred.
Tho flags of all tho foreign consul
ates wcro (llspla)cd today in honor of
the birthday of Empcior Wllhclm II
Chas. L. Ileal has JtiBt received a
patent paper trimmer and will trim
wall paper for all customers who wish.
. Mrs. Slmerson, wlfo of l'lttscr'WI)
Ho Slmerson of the Mauai Loa, who
has been quite sick. Is now Improving
The salo of a couple of hundred
shares of Mcllrydc stock at $5 was
reported on the Stock Exchange this
Uourbon Whiskey, 6 years old, $3 60;
Claret, GO cents; Sherry and Tokay, 75
cents n gallon at lloffschtacgcr Co.'s,
Tor the benefit of the live nnd Ear
Infirmary, a. Calico Masquerade Hall
will bo held at the Drllt Shed. Wednes
day, IV'bruary fi
Captain Greene of the Iwnlanl will
take tho steamer James Mnkce to Kn
pan this afternoon, as Captain Tullett
is away on the Iwalaul.
Prcmo cameras are the best'plate ca
nicr.i made, have flue double lens mi
tomatlt shutter and film attachment.
Honolulu Photo Supply Co , agents.
Lodge le Progres holds Its regular
monthly meeting tonight. Business of
Importance will le biouglit up and n
full attendance of members Is request
ed There Is tnlk of a mntch raeo bo
tween tho new flyer Columbia nnd the
M)rtIo and Princess. A welt known
yachtsman Is quoted ns sn)lng ho Is
willing to put up a trophy to bo racpd
Tho transport Kllpatrfrk from Snn
Francisco for Manila, arrived In port
at 1 o'clock Saturday afternoon. She
continued on her way Sunday after
noon. There was no meeting of tlu Ileio
tnnla Tennis Club Saturday. The mat
tcr of Increasing the membership limit
win uo leu ior m regular mommy
The new schooner Ilrolhers was out
for a trial spin under her hills y,s
(.erclay. She went well unci showed
considerable speed without the aU ol
In tho game of baseball between the
Custom House and Mohican teams Su
iirdn) afternoon, the foimci won li) a
score of 11 to 1 Theie no chain '
for a rctui n game.
About tvvcnty-flvo soldiers from
Camp McKinloy, who have just re
ccntly been discharged, will leave
for tho Mainland In the Alameda on
tho 5th of tho coming month.
Referring to an article In the Sunday
Bulletin regarding tho overcrowded
schools and tho consequent worry on
the part of tho superintendent, Mr. At
klnson said this morning: "1 am do
Ing no worrying whatever."
J. W. Klcster, Custom House In
spector, who has been 111 for four or
flvo weeks. Is about on the streets
again, although nimble to resume hit
duties. He Is qulto weak yet but wilt
probably bo ready for business In a
Among the passengers from Mnui
In the steamer Claudlne )et,torday
wero W. J. Lovvrle, wife and family,
Mrs. Walter A. Lowrlo and child, A.
T. It. Jackson, John I). Holt, Mrs
It. V. Illckcrton ami son, and W. II.
Crozler and wife.
Edmund Norrlc, editor of the Indn
pendent, who has been so ill of late
leaves for Mima, Hawaii, in the Kl
nau tomorrow. lie expects the bra(
lug climate at the Parker ranch to
build him up and render Mm able to
get down to work ugnlu In a short
On Thuisday lant, the directors of
tho Polo Club disciiHStil the Intel -1M-aml
tournament pioposltlon. It was
derided to appoint a committee to
choose a first and Be. ond team of play
ers of the Oah uCluh The games will
ninlully come off In March.
Yesterday, from Pacific Heights the
schooner Itoburt Lower), ship Clmrlin
11. Moody and the whaling burk John
Wlnthrop could bo plainly seen way
'o tho westward. They sailed from
here on Saturday and thu icmnikabl)
light, balTlIng wind has kept them
within sight of land since tha tlt c.
Thcje was a meeting of the Tcchnlc-1
Agricultural Society Saturdii) night In
the I'ooil Commissioner' solflcc, Kit-
pualwa building Jarcd O. Smith pre
sided and with him were present
Mcssis Duncan Owen Shore) and I'
II. Austin '1 hero was nn Intcrestln,:
dlt-cmslon on tho geneial agrlcultuiu!
iCionnes of Hawaii.
'lhe United States Inspi.tois of hulls
and boilers, Messrs (Jreoge II Whltn')
mill Cnil I". Lrhners nuomjmiiM I)'
their clerk (Scorge I), Clasgctt arr.veil
In the Kllpatrlck from San Fi ancl.se o
They will begin their work Immediate
ly and will prolubl) have tho oincc
fcumerly occupied by them In the Cun
tom House at the corner cf Allen and
THIS IS OfvLY TI4UU
gj. No better hIioc, tliitn
g. to the I Ifili t of dny.
D IT MAKES FRIENDS FOR US
IT MAKES BUSINESS FOR US
ca nnd vc arc
one week of
Interesting because they mean that you can get most of the
goods mentioned In this advertisement nt about halt theli tegular
selling pi lee unci eitheis far below half
The month of Jaiiunr) Is essentially a bargain month on nc
couut of the reaction nftei the holiday trnele We are In a position
to offer greater Inducements than any competitor on ni count of be
ing out of the high n nt belt We Intend to make this t.ale n hum
mcr and the bargains offered here ennnot be duplicated nnvwlieie
else In the city
LADIES' SHIRT WAISTS
llargalns have often been of
feied In Shirtwaists but never
before such a bargain ns we on
going to offer this week. This
will make all other shlitw-alst
bnigalns look like thirty cents.
The waists are mostly the cede
hratcd "Derby lirand " and no
matter what the former price
was )ou can take )our pick of
nil our Ladles' Coloicd Waists
50 cents each
If this doesn't sell nil our Col
oreel Waists wc miss our guess
TOWEL PRICES CHOPPED
GO Dozen Huck Towels at
90c per doz.
10 Dozen White Turkish TowelB
$1.65 per doz.
Now we arc going to make nn
offer on White Shirtwaists.
ALL HATS THIS WEEK AT HALF PRICE,
PACIFIC IMPORT COMPANY, ".
Progress Block, Port Street.
CLIISTOIV J. HUTCH IINS,
test y ,
l& Ijgjf' wi K
wtirwm (( v Mr
McINERISV BLOCK. FORT ST.
No More Dread
of me Dental Chair
tpp.tii pxTiiArvrm and fillel
ABSOLUTELY WITHOUT PAIN lij
our lato scientific method applied to me
euins. No sleep-producing agenis oi
These are the only dental parlors IB
Honolulu having PATENTED APPLI
ANCES and Ingredients to extract, nil
end apply gold crowns and porcelain
rowns undectecable from natural teeth
ind warranted for ten years, WITH
OUT THE LEAST PAIN. All wori
lono by OIIADUATED DENTISTS ol
rom 12 to 20 years' cxperlenco, an
acb department In charge of a Special
tt Give us a call, and you will find
is to do exactly as we advertise. W
IU toll you In advamo exactly whal
our work will cost ny a FltEE EX
Het Teeth $5.00
old Crowns $5.00
Gold PllllnfiH tol.UO
silver PIIUngH SOc
Uur IIUUIU aiuuc nui ue. u (juurautt
nat your work wtll be of thn bcit.
New York Dental Parlors
.ooru 4, Elltu Hulldlng, Hotel Blrwi"
LAOIRH IN ATTENDANCE
Hours, 8 a. ro. to C p. ro.
Sundays, 9 a. m. to 12 m.
kii a,iBsr ii
and Is Fine
OP A IIANAN SKOC.
this, litis ever come
tt ti it it ii
IT MAKES MONEY FOR US J
Its Hole tiguntH. g
Ladies' White Shirt Waists
Hegular $1 Walsls, sizes 7Cn
3U. 3S. 4(1, cut to IUU
Hegular $1 Waists sires (Jl nr
32. 31. 30 aud 38 cut to OlilO
Hegular $. Waists sizes
32. 31 It', anil 38 cut to
Clearing Up Sale of
Nav) IJlue Percale Wrap
pers, were J 1.5(1. Sale price
I'crealo Wrappers (light
and dark shades) $1 TS.
Percale Wrappers (most
ly light shades) 3.
Percale Wrappers (dark
colors) J- Sale price
All our $:: 50 Wrappers
on salo nt
E. W. JORDAN
i IS STILL HOLDING I
BIG DISCOUNT SALE
IN ALL DEPARTMENTS
iihj'ou will find on cmiulny
PRICIi8 CUT TO CLIiAU
J. H. FISHER
Slock and Bond Brokers.
FIRE ASSOCIATION, of Philadelphia
WESTERN ASSURANCE CO, of To
ronto. Offices Stangenwatd Bldg., Mt
HONOLULU KTOCK liXCKANGB
Hon lulu January 2", igca
NAME OF STOCK
f Drawer ACompinv
N S SacMDO Co LM
L.tl. Ktrr & Co., UJ.
Ew Puliation Co
I 1 om,iyc IM 4))
6000' too fo
oa- V 4)
S,ooo.ono i tj!fc ffK
1,000,000' iori . .. a?a
t.ltfl.fsot '00 , . ....
ff,ooo,ooo ao tS ti
tloco. too 115
GU,Cro ffO It
5,eoai oo iw
5000, to xi uM
, l.ojo.oto' 50 io'i II
I lto,ox toe IClH
. )xtOno' lOo tM
(, 100 91 H
. i,ouauol n t
Ki.ww to JSi 6
f joo.otjo o it'i 14
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,ooc,ora3 50 i.
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7jo,ort too ..... lt
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1 1 J0,onr too ... 84
$00004 too 65
4,$tn,ooo t sj j?H
tjf.ooo tco Ij7ji
500000 too jtK KO
50O,oan ico . ... Ji
300,000 tco JjS .
t,ooo,ooo too 90
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m iwinan i-om n 3u uo
Hawaiian Sucar Co
Honomu Sugar Co .
HonokaaSuear Co .
H'ku Sugar Co
Kahuku Plantation Co
Klhel PlantCo .Ltd, .
Klvihulu Supar Co .
Kolot Suear Co . .
i 0hu Suir Cp .
t OoVata sujear Plan Co
wna aj io m , as i
OlJlSu Li 1 1 J i J up f
.Jio 'iu nnipan
Paauha i Su Plan Co
PaiM Stijar Mill
Pau Plantation Cm
IVfcekrn Ntijt r Ci
Plorttrr AMI C i Aw
Waialua Akrn ( -WaitukuSiicarLii
almanal s itar Co
Walmt.i Mill Co ....
Wilder Stumthtn f
Intrr-KlanJ Steam S Co
Hawaiian Llntrh Co .
Hon RartJ THU
Mutual fe le rhone Co
Oahu Wi Xt L Ln
People a Ice & rt t k Co
IrM National flank
llrxt ASHjr AT( o
Hawaiian dv 9 ftt cent
JMo k R Co f.fff cent
11011 Kiru irann
I i Plantat n t re "
UJIHI KLli pf 1
Oahu P'jnutl. n ftpt
Olaa Plantation 6 c
Watalua ArtkvI 6 p C
13 McHoilo, $5; GO Mel
., MJ McUriIe, $5, 14 lvhci.
6UGAU ON KAUAI.
Tho stiamrr Walaloalc nrrUetl from
K1u1.1l puitx vrstcnhiy morning with a
full liul t,l HiiKar Purser Clark re
Kitt fin1 weatlur on the Garden Ufo
ond Biuorith sous troHHlnR the channel
on thr i home The report of sugar
ready foi slilptuont at Kauai ports Is n
follows K S M. S00; V. K, 1100:
Diamond V Ron Mak . 73S0; O. & R..
2S00 McHmlo II TSO; II, M . 2500; .U
S (' 1t 400 K S Co . 1700.
The Bulletin, 75 cents per month.
WILLARD H. DIIOWN.
W. A. LOVK.
Halstead & Go;,
ON SUGAR SECURITIES.
921 Fort Street.
Stock and Bond Exchange.
STOCK AND BOND BROKER,
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE.
Orders for tlio nurclmso or salo ot
stocKs and lionels carcfuly and prompt
ly cxvcuicu. Loans negotiated
Office Room 401, 4th floor, Stangen
wald Bldg. Poitofflce box 390; Tele
phone Main 331.
Judd & Co., Ltd.
307 Sttingcrmald Building.
P. O. Box 007. Tel. Mnln 228