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EVENING DULLETIN, HONOLULU, II. T., TUESDAY, JAN. 28, 1902,
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WSli, NICHOLS CO., LTD.
Two Stores In One.
Tho successful merchant
recognizes tho Importance
of business system. 'Ill In
Illustration shows tho sim
ple process of building o
stack of sections with
EXPANSION ! SYSTEM.
Many labor fining ilovlces
In this system which wo wlU
bo pleased to show and ex
plain to you whether you In
tend to buy or not. Remem
ber, we will bo pleased to
WHEN THEY BECOME SOILED
BRING THEM HERE
When your collars and cuffs becomo
too soiled to bo of uso send them to
us and wo will soon make them as
good as new. Wo also guarantee not
ti. wear them out In tho process of
cleaning that Is tho specialty of
This laundry has long had the rcpu
talton for being strictly first-class, and
It Is tho Intention of tho management
to maintain this standard at all costs,
a Single trial will convlnco you.
Sanitary Steam Laundry Co.,
Scientific opinion every
where ngrees that oxces
slo meat eating la not
only extravagant but posi
tively Injurious. Health,
happiness and tempera
ment largely depend on
the quality and charac
ter of no food,
our show window
this week we display tho
finest breakfast foods
Pettljohn's Breakfast Food,
Germea (In tins),
and many others.
Telephono for your fa
vorite. Wo have it. .:
Boston IMock, Port St.
Telephones 22, 24, 02.
II P. O. Doxv380. it
Visitors to our storo
will seo many hand
some pieces of furnl
turo this week. Some
thing that wo don't
expect to keep long,
on account of its great
beauty, Is a Golden
with glass Bhelvcs and
mirror In back. Ono
of tho prettiest pieces
of furniture In town.
Come and see it. : :
Hotel 8ti jet.
Will be open for Imnlnetis
on or iibout tlnnnnry 15.
J. M. WEBB,
aro a puro gluten biscuit es
pecially adapted for dyspep
tics and children. When we
say puio gluten that's exactly
what wo mean.
DR. JOHNSTON'S EDUCA
TORS aro not liko any other
biscuits. They nro superior to
any other kind, and besides
being a health biscuit they
aro crisp and delicious.
Come In tin boxes and sold
LEWIS & GO.
;. LEADING GROCEJHS. .:
240 Threo Telephones 240.
Is well adapted to this
climate becauso It is cool.
Our stock at present In
rocking chairs Is excellent
and we offer extra values.
These chairs aro shellaced
and will last three times
as long as ordinary wick
erware. If you have nev
er rocked in a wicker chair
you havo missed ono of
life's greatest comforts
and you can't afford to
miss it the chairs are so
cheap. ..-. .-. .-
PROGRESS - BLOCK
Advocates Are Heard
Washington, Jan. 17 The nd".an
tnges ot Uovernmcnt control of tho
projected l'aeitit cable were presented
today heforo tho Commerce Committee
of the House. Admiral Mradtord, who
has had clinrgo or tho cable sound
ings, General Grcely, head of the Slg
tint Sen Ice, who has devoted much
attention to the subject; Captain Rus
sell, who hns done much ot the cnhlo
work In tho Philippines, and Thomas
V Clark, lcc president of the West
ern Union Telegraph Company, were
among those present.
Clark said tne plan presented by tho
Commercial Cable Company contem
plated exclusive arrangements with
the lines In tho Kar East, the effect ot
which would be to restrict the buMuess
to this ono line, preventing competi
tion anil such advantages to the (lov
eminent nnd public ns would accrue
trom competition. Clark emphasized
tho prospective commciclal develop
ment of tho Orient, and American
trade In that quarter, and emphasized
mo prospective commercial Develop
ment of tho Orient, nnd American
trade hi that quarter, and emphasized
tho nllcged disadvantage that would
nccrue from any private control, which
would, he said, tte up the business for
an indefinite period and place the l'nr
Eastern links of tho cable system en
tirely under foreign contiol.
Oeneral drccly stated that about
10,000 miles of cablo and telegraph
were now under Government control.
Ho would faVor Government control of
tho Pacific project, and showed 'ie
extent to which foreign goernments
were extending tlicir control or cables.
One of the recent extensions was by
Germany on tho China coast, wlillo
franco and other countries were male
lug similar cable extensions. General
Greely said an American cable to the
Philippines would do much good In
Americanizing tho islands. He cited
Instances of tho current news appear
ing In thu Philippines coming bv for-
clgn cables, presenting tho affairs of
Germany and other countries, but not
mentioning the most Important deol
opments In tho United Stntcs.
General Greely stated that diirlnir
the Spanish-American war it beenmo
necessary for him to sccuro control of
tho Haytlcn cablo for thirty days at
KUihi a day. in tlmo or war, ho said,
It was Impossible to observe due so
ciecy when cablo lines were tindci
foreign control, Ho had discussed the
subject with President McKlnley, who
was favorable to "an American cable
under American control In peace and
Admiral Ilrndford was favorable to
having tho cablo laid, operated nnd
controlled by tho Government, not. for
commercial considerations, but as n
niinl nnd mllltnry necessity. He said
the Ilrltlsh navy hnd great advantages
ocr other navies because of being
linked by cable with all InBiilar pos
sessions. If there was a war with
Great IJrltaln tomorrow, Admiral
Ilradford said, It would bo Impossible
for us to communlcnto by cnble with
Admiral Ilradford said tho Navy De
partment had made all soundings, had
found a practicable route, which was
nil ready for the Government to begin
operations on. It Btnrted from Monto
rcy, Cnl., which ho considered a better
point than San Francisco. Ho did nol
recommend a cablo of American make,
as tho industry waB not developed
here, and It was essential to get the
best tho world produced.
MAILE8 WANT A GAME.
The Mallo lllma Clubmen nre trying
hard to work up an interest In basket
ball but bo far without much success
Tho Alnlles hao won the champion
ship dining thu two years past and nru
anxious to hao n try nt It again, but
their negotiations ,or n match with
the other athletic clubs of this city,
such nB the Honolulu Athletic Clut
and the Punnhou people, have bo fai
not been met with any marked enthii
Blasm. The Y. SI. C. A. peoplo nro to
take up basket-ball very soon and it is
unpen mat this organization will got
up a team before the baseball season
begins, so that at least ono inatcli tan
bo played with the Malles.
The Malle-lllma team nt present con
slsts of William Wright. George Lucas,
John Clarke. Ucnnlo Clarke, Hobort
P. King nnd Eugene Allen. Not Willi
standing the dull prospects, this team
will begin practicing Immediately, In
order to be In readiness for any gnm
which prebents Itself.
Washington. Jan. 20. Having failed
cftcr two yeais' strife In subduing thu
insurrection In llntangns province,
which llt-s Just south or Manila, and
having satisfied hlmscir that lenient
Ueatmcnt of the InsurgentB Is product-
ne or no goon results, tiencial J.
Franklin Hell, the military eommnndei
In that province, has determined ou
me prosecution or the war In the most
lgorous nnd determined fashion. Ills
plun Involves lecoucentrntluu In n
modified foim. tho application of mar
tial law In all directions anil the un
sparing pursuit and punishment of tho
natives who act ns spies and traitors
to thu United Stntcs. All this appeals
flom a long report to tho War Depait
mem Just published.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
The Bulletin's special Industrial edi
tion can be obtained at this office or
the news-stands. Price 25 cents.
New York, Jan. 20. Sugar Ilnw,
steady; fair refining, 27c, centrifugal,
!(i test, 3c; molapses sugar. 2V'. re
Head "Wants" on page G.
James V. Morgan Is under
IFOR MEN I
DURVULS AND ACCURATE
The Keystone Watch Case
Co., hSTABI 11,11 n I
America's Oldest and
Largest Watch Factory
Th3 Principal watch
Dealers in Hawaii
Atma Colon, J nt. all Poilo lllean boy
nnibtiil recentlj ou the ihnige of tru
ancy, npi eared lor Dial In tho Police
Conn this fui-.jnoon. It was found that
the boy In without u rather or a moth
ei and bus uo place ho enn all his
home. Judgo Wilcox t-entencud the boy
to n term of five years In the reform
fi-hool. which Is ically the greatest
kindness tlint could be bestowed upon
him He will, upon being i cleaned, bo
lit for something.
If you do not receive a bottle of rl
ilerberr) wine occasionally, ns a pies
cut 5011 have no frlcndB who aro teal
Iv old-fnshlonul Ate bison Globe.
Ohm paid up stock wns sold this
morning at $14 n share.
Tickets for tho Calico Hall ate being
sold by tho ladles today.
Wlillo I). King left for a trip to
Illlo in tho Klnnu today.
llurglars entered tho offices of Dr
C. II. Cooper on Sunday night.
W. II. Cornwcll arrived fiom Maul
In tho Mnuna I.oa this morning.
J. l- Hnckfcld leaves for Klpahulu
in the Btcamcr Maul this evening.
Magazine street Is receiving needed
attention from the road repairers.
Get your periodicals bound at the
EVENING IIULLETIN'S Ulndery.
Nicely furnished rooms, Popular
House, 1249 Fort St., 11.60 icr week up.
Gomes & McTlghe, successors to Ca
mera & Co., liquor dealer. 95 King St.
Household furnltuic at auction
Thursday. Sec Jas. V. Morgan's col
umn. An auction sale of hay and i oiled
barley by Jas. l Morgan Thursday.
The steamer Etlhu Thompson which
was five days overdue at Seattle has
Thu weekly edition of the Evening
liulletln gives a coinplste summary of
tho news ot tho day.
Allan Dunn Is at work on nn en
graving for tho certificate of stock fot
tho Hawaii Yacht Club.
Meet mo at the Fountain tho popu
lar Ico cream and soda water resort;
Wall, Nichols Co., Ltd.
Tho steamer Klnnu got away
promptly nt noon today. She had tew
passengers lor tho other Islands.
Some useful and neat cigar cutters
vvcro given to tho guests nt tho Hack
fold reception yesterday as souvenirs.
Notice or shcilft's sale In ro Enter
prise Mill Co. vs. J. Wallace and I,. M.
McKcigiic appears under New Today.
The date of the game of association
football for the bcnctlt of tho McKlnley
memorial fund hns not yet been de
llourbon Whiskey, C years old, $3.60;
Claret, SO cents; Sherry and Tokay, 75
cents a gallon at Hoffschtacgcr Co.'s,
For tho benefit of the Eye and Ear
Infirmary, a Calico Masquerade Hall
will be held at tho Drill Shed, Wednes
day, February 5.
Thoro was an exchange of mllB be
tween tho officers of tho Mohican nnd
Protet this morning at which salutes
were fired by both ships.
Some new trucks of n most modern
stylo have mado their appearance on
tho Pacific Mall wharf, where they are
used for carrying light cargo.
Captain Joseph Ellsworth who com
manded tho defenders Puritan and
Mayflower In the yacht races against
the English challengers Is dead.
Prcmo cameras aro tho best plate ca
mera made; have lino double lens, au
tomatic shutter and film attachment.
Honolulu Photo Supply Co., agents.
Tho gov eminent Inspectors of hulls
nnd boilers havo secured offices In the
Stangenwnld building where they will
iimaln until their work here Is finish
Six Porto Hlcans will gn away In the
Mnul this afternoon for the planta
tlons on Hawaii. They havo been
given work by T. II. Davles & Co. anil
uio nmung those who applied at the
ponce station tor rood somo tlmo ago
Eva I). Pall has brought suit for di
vorce against Frank S. Pall. Ltbcleo
charges defendant with cruelty and tho
use of vulgar, obscene and threatening
Innguage toward her. V. M, Hrooks Is
tho libelee's attorney.
In the Police Court today. Attorney
Ng Mon Wnr succeeded In getting olt
seven or eight Chinamen urrested Sun
day on the charge of gambling. Mr.
Mon War has had great success slnre
he started In to practice a short time
The cup to be presented to tho win
ning team In tho association football
league series of games has arrived
from the Const. It Is now In the show
window of Frank Krucger's Jewelry
store, corner of Fort and Merchant
Bids were opened recently for tn
new home Frank Atheiton Is to build
in tho College Hills tract. They were
as follows McDonald & I.angston,
JS.C3C, Craig, S'J.DTS; Knight, $S.78C,
Ilnnlson Mill. $8,000; Patj, S.S55,
llcrshaw. p. 2 17; Savory, $8,300.
The tbrte Japanese arrested recent
ly In a dlstlllciy, nppenred ror trial In
tho 1'olli.e t'nmt this tuir-noon Ta
ni.u ii nnd Noguta had their cases nolle
pios'il but Omotn, tho head man and
ivvncd or tho okokhao dlstlllciy, was
bcnt'tiicd to three months' impilson
imnt nt hard labor and to pay u fine
of $100 and costs.
AN HOUR IN THE MORNING
THE 8AME HOUR EVERY NiORNING
or afternoon, given to dictation, will
keep your correspondence "cleaned
up." Try It a month.
J. D. AVERY, Business Correspondent
Regularity! Certainty' Despatch!
Tel. Main 76. 95145. Elite Dldg.
. Mir Dr. T. IJci
and Is Fine
THIS IS ONLY TllUIi OP A IIANAN 8E0E. Zj
No better kIidc, than this, linn ever come !5
to the light of diiy. it n u u ti
IT MAKES FRIENDS FOR US
IT MAKES BUSINESS FOR US .
IT MAKES MONEY FOR US I
fb nnd we tire Its note iigcnttt. A
MclNERNY SHOE STORE
Advertisements Changed Mondays.
one week of
Interesting because they mean that you can get most of the
goods mentioned In this advertisement at about half their regular
selling price nnd others far below half,
Tho montli of January is essentially a bargain month on ac
count of the lenctlon after the holiday trade. We aro In a position
to offer greater Inducements than any competitor on account of be
ing out of the high lent belt Wo Intend to make this sale n hum
mer nnd the bargains offered hero cannot bo duplicated anywhere
else in the city.
LADIES' SHIRT WAISTS
Bargains havo often been of
fered hi Shirtwaists, but never
beforo'such n bargain as we aro
going to offer this week. This
will mako all other shlttwaist
bargains "look like thhty cents,
Tho waists aie mostly tho cele
lirateil "Derby llraml," and no
matter what the former price
was. ou can take your pick of
all our I.ndles Colored Waists
50 cents each
If tills doesn't sell all our Col
oreil Waists wo miss our guess
TOWEL PRICES CHOPPED
GO Dozen I luck Towels at
90c per doz.
40 Dozen White Turkish Towels
$1.65 per doz.
Now we ate going to mako an
offer on White Shirtwaists.
Ladies' While Shirt Waists
Itcgular $1 Waists, sizes ir.
3G, 3S, 40, cut to. .. . (0b
Regular $4 Waists, sizes Qt nr
32, 34, 3G and 38, cut to OliZJ
Ilegular $5 Waists, sizes Q nn
3'J. 31. 3G and 38. cut to ZiUU
Clearing Up Sale of
Navy lllue Percale Wrap
pers, wero $1.50. Salo price
Percnlo Wrappers (light
and dark shades) $1 7C.
Pcrcalo Wrappers (most
ly light shades) $2.
Pcrcalo Wrappers (dark
colors) $2. Salo prlco
All our $2.50 Wrappers
ou salo at
ALL HATS THIS WEEK AT HALF PRICE.
PACIFIC IMPORT COMPANY,
Progress ISIock, Fort Street.
CLIINTOIN J. HUTCHIINS,
J. H. FISHER
Stock and Bond Brokers.
FIRE ASSOCIATION, of Philadelphia
WESTERN ASSURANCE CO, of Tfr
HONOLULU 6T0CK BXCIIANGQ
Hom.Mii, January 28, 1902
NAME OH STOCK
C. Rrewtr ft Comrinv
LB. Krr & Co,, Ltj .
tvi Plant Allen Co
Hawil1n l,rjm a Mi i.o
Hiwitlan Sue" Co
Honotnu Sugar Co
Honokia Sugar Co
HUku Sugar Co
Katiuku Plantation Co
Klpahulu Sugar Co . .
Koloa Sugar Co
0hu Sugar Co
Onotnca Sugar Co
Oakala Sugar Plan Co
OlaaSu Co lit
OlaabuCo Li J rJ"P
Olnwnlu (. orrram
I'aautiau Su I'ljn Co
Pat iiu Sugar Mill
I'jia Plantation d
PejHflvM Sug.r C .
Plonerr Mill l.o
Plorwr Mill Co Av
Walalua Agri Co..
Wahnfii Mlil Co
WilJf Sttamthltt (.n
Inter-flanJ Steam N Co
Hawaiian I Wtrlc Co
Hon RarU T. & L Co
Mutual T1rhnn Cn
Oahu Pv rV L Co
Peor!tftlc& Rl g Co
rlrt National Hank
1 Ifit AS IiJn&TCo
Hawaiian dov 5 ?rr cent
HltoR RO bftrcrnt
Hon RapU Transit
1 wa Plantat n fa rr rnt
uinu k L lii prr 1
uanti rianiatton ope
Olaa Plantation 6 p. c
Walalua Agrlcul ftp c
1. 30,000 1
300 000 1
II . .
SatcH 1." Olaa, paid up, $14.
TI10 little yauil Mnlihlnl did Burnt
nrmlintloK In tin- linrlior yesterday dur
ItiR tlie noon hour Hhe wns helns
railed li (ine ol the l.yle lioyx nnd In
n very strong pull of wind turned
mnr A linnl frnm the Xlnhlrnn ttnn
I promptly nt tlie side of the capsized
noai ami lonnRS inuncn aito camo m
her HFslHtnnee. She was righted nnd
taken liaek to her moorings. Her only
occupant was neither seared nor hut.
but ery wet. Hod the boat had her
rcgulnr crew aboard for ballast, sha
would not have turned oer. but In tht)
6lron wind she hnd not sufficient stif
fening to keep her from spilling.
WIU.ARD K. DROWN.
W. A. LOVE.
Halstead & Co.;
ON SUGAR SECURITIES.
921 Fort Street,
Stock and Bond Exchange.
STOCK AND BOND BROKER.
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGK.
Orders for the purchase or sale ot
stocks and bonds carefuly and prompt
ly executed. Loans negotiated
Office Room 401, 4th floor, Stangen
wald Bldg. Poitofflce box 390; Tele
phone Main 331.
McINERISY BLOCK. PORT ST.
Judd & Co., Ltd.
307 Staniicnwnld Building.
P. O. Box 007. Tel. Main SS8
I lu Jr.
I KtrU Belt'
p- i's ii" iv xu.ir.iitrel
in trie vur.nive proper-
lies of the eptn Ive bclu nmv wlj by
do tors .inj druci(lt. It KfS a ve'v
Irons currrnt bf elt-ctrliltv .inJLsenlly
recul.i'e 1. UunJ to upt-r-;Je others. Cm
be hi. I from the underpinned only; no
acentisi nudKount, -lrcuhrfree. Addrejs
I'lercc Electric Cm , jofi hxt St.. Sn
Francisco. Sent free to Hawaii for $5.00
The Rardcn IbIo has Just mado ita
nppearanco. It Is n monthl) publica
tion gotten up by Jupaueso of. liana
niaiilu. Kauai, and printed in tho city.
The first part Is in English." but tho lat
tor nnd tho major part Is entirely In
Japanese, rrom tho Inrgo umount ol
Japanese adveitlsements In the ncv.
publication, It would look ery much
ns if It had coniu to stay.
Kupa Knhelo mauna. John Akat,
James Weeks, Kuhuila and Polaiiola,
joiing natles tliargrd with vagramv
were this morning In tho I'ollin Court
K ntcm cil to thicn months' Imi'rlson
ment at haid labor, cvh. The yiiung
men are wlwif rats who wf-ic lemitly
priebtid by Detective Kajia tor nti.il
Ins goods from a Jiipaiu-se pcddli r
An auction was held today l Col
Will 1'isher on the preinls.es of Mrs
W. II. WllklUMin! uliS King htreet, op
poslto Kawalahau Chinch. Thn turni
tuie of thu lioubci Itself and thn ad
Joining cottages tne being sold, nlfo a
hrgo nnmbur of plants, among which
weie palms and somo magnificent fUh
tall feins. A goodly crowd attotided
tho sale and tho goods wero quickly
disposed of ut fair prices.
No More Dread
TEETH EXTRACTED AND FILLEl'
ABSOLUTELY WITHOUT PAIN bj
our lato scientific method applied to th'
Rums. No Bleep-producing agents oi
These are tho only dental parlors It
Honolulu having PATENTED APPLI
ANCES nnd Ingredients to oxtract, fill
and opply gold crowns and porceUlo
crown umiectecablo from natural teeth
and warranted for ten years, WITH
OUT THE LEAST PAIN. All nor
done by GRADUATED DENTISTS ot
from 12 to 20 years experience, nn
each department In charge o( a Special
1st, Olvo us a call, and you win nno
us to do exactly as we advertise. W
will tell yo'i In advnmo exactly what
vour work will cost ny a FUEB EX
Kot Teeth SHOO
Hold Crownn SR.00
Hold IMIIInUK 81.00
silver I'llllngM rOc
Out UitUiH utuuc .. . a tiumuo
that your work will bo ot ih b..
iew York Dental Parlors,
Mm- liuimiiih, Hotel ritrivi-
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Hours, 8 a. m. to 0 p. c.
Sundays, 9 a. m. to 12 m.
E. W. JORDAN
s IB STILL HOLDING I
BIG DISCOUNT SALE
IN ALL DEPARTMENTS
iiHyou will (Ind on enquiry
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