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EVENINO DULLETIN, HONOLULU, If. T.. THURSDAY, JAN. 30. 1902.
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WALL, NICHOLS GO,, LTD,
Two Stores In One.
The successful merchnnt
recognizes tho Important
of business system. This
Illustration shows the sim
ple process of building a
stark of sections with
EXPANSION ! SYSTEM.
Many labor saving devices
In this system which we will
bo pleased to show and ex
plain to you whether you In
tend to buy or not. Reniera
Iter, wo will be pleased to
Don't Overlook the
We are equipped with all the modern
facilities to do good laundry woik and excell
ence is our strong suit. You will find our
work the same, week after week, and that the
If you are one of those wide-awake
citizens who desire the best for your honest
money, then 'phone us to call for your wash.
SANITARY STEAM LAUNDRY
TELEPHONE MAIN 73.
Scientific opinion every
where agrees that exces
sive meat eating Is not
only extravagant but posi
tively Injurious. Health,
happiness and tempera
ment largely depend on
tho quality and charac
ter of mo food.
In our Bhow window
this week wo display tho
finest breakfast foods
Pettljohn's Breakfast Food,
Germea (In tins),
and many others.
Telcphono for your fa
vorite. Wo havo It. .:
H. MAY & GO.
Boston Block, Fort St.
Telephone 22, 21, 02.
it P. O. Box 380. it
Visitors to our storo
will seo many hand
Bomo 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 shelves and
mirror In back. One
of tho prettiest pieces
of furnlturo In town.
Como and sco It. : :
THE GOLDEN RULE
WILL OPEN ITS DOORS FOR
BUSINESS ON THURSDAY,
JANUARY 30th, IN ITS NEW
QUARTERS, 156 HOTEL
STREET, OREGON BLDG.
Wo extend a cordial Invita
tion to our Irlends and tho
general public to visit us In
our New Home, which we In
tend to make the "Model Bcok
and Stationery Store" of tho
city. A kindly wclcomo will
bo extended to all whether
purchasers or friendly callers.
J. M. WEBB,
uro a pure 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 are not llko any other
biscuits. They nro superior to
any other kind, and besides
being a health biscuit they
nro cil3p and delicious.
Came In tin boxes and sold
LEWIS & GO.
:. LEADING GROCERS. .:
840 Threo Telephones 240.
Is well ndaptcd to this
climate becauso It Is cool.
Our stock at present In
rocking chairs Is excellent
and we offer extra values.
These chairs are shellaced
and will last threo times
as long as ordinary wick
crvvare. If you havo nev
er rocked In a wicker chair
you have missed ono of
life's greatest comiorts
and you can't affprd to
miss ltt-thc chairs aro so
cheap. .-. .-. .-
PROGRESS - BLOCK
ON MOTH YESTERDAY
Ship Decorated in Flags and Bunl-
ting Officers Entertain Their
Guests Well Dancing to .
The officers of the French .cntlsoi
1'rotet wcte tho hosts at a very de
lightful social function aboard ship
yesterday nlternoon. The day lielna
u good one, tho attendance was largo
and the olltcers gave the guests a
tlmo they will long cherMi anions
their most pleasant recollections.
The cruiser wns dressed In flag!
and bunting and everything on th'
decks and below was In shipshape con
dltlon. The olllecrs In their dresi
uniforms completed n very plctur
esmie scene. Prom 3 to IS o clock
tho hours set for tho reception, Urn
ship's launches anil boats were busy
carrvlug tho guests back and forth..
The deck or the I'rotet alt wai
covered with an nwnlng made up ol
tho flags of all nations. There wai
a special display made of the small
arms and blnnk shells, the name of the
orulser being spelled In the latter at
n place on the midships section. The
rails jxyio covered with bunting and
every wneie there was a snow of brlgln
Tho guests were received at th
boat landing by one of the ofllcers of
tho ship, Another officer received the
guests nt the head of tho gangway.
Refreshments were served In tho
dining saloon of tho commodore and
when the dancing began, sailors
dressed In spotless white, handed
ai omul cakes, wines, Ices and Band
Captain Tlorger was on hand with
tho band and furnished music for the
dancing which was. as on all occa
sions of tho kind, the principal feat
ure of the afternoon. During the In
tervnls between the dancing, the lad
soloists sang Hawaiian airs. These
met with such a hearty reception at
the hands of the I'mich olllcers that
Captain Ilarnnud toasted the singers
and their songs. While the dancing
wns In progress tho ladles were dee'
orated with ribbons of the ship tied
about their arms. Captain tlaruaud
was assisted by Consul Vlzzavoua In
the reception of tho guests.
Among those present were Mr. and
Mrs. S. M. D.iinoii. Dr. and Mrs. J. S.
Mrdrow. Mr. and Mrs. V. M. Svvatuy.
Mr. and Mrs. Albert ltaas. 11. 11. M.'j
Consul W. It. Hoare anil Miss Hoare
Mr and Mri I-'. A.'Schnefer. Mrs.
Mott-Smlth llird. Dr. and Mrs. Talor
Mr. nnd Mrs. (llffard, Mr. and Mrs. W.
M. (irnhnin. Mis. Ilassou. Mr. nml
Mrs J O. Carter. Mr. and Mrs. Wr.i
I-nnz, Mrs. Lansing, Mr. nnd Mis.
H hod on Mr. mid Mrs. Iloyd. Dr. nnd
Mrs. Alvarez. Dr. and Mrs. Mellon
nld. Dr nnd Mrs. Ilurgoss. Mr. and
Mrs A M. llrown. Judge and Mrs.
Antnno Perry, Mrs. Cunhn. Mrs. Jos
Lucns. Miss Damon, tho Mlsse Walk
er, tho Mlsres Mncfnrlane, Miss I)av
son, Miss 1-ntillne Neumann, the
Misses Carter, Miss Mary Ellznhoth
Lewis, tho .Misses Marshall, Miss
Cunhn, the Misses Artnlc, officers ol
tho IJ. H. H. Mohican, representatives
of tho United States Army nnd Navv
Mons. Vltalls, J. Tarn MeOrew. F.
Klebnhn. (Jeorgo Potter. Mr. Dorzln
James Melnerny nnd a largo numbet
SPIiCIAL IN .MAGAZINE,
Two of the greatest magazines In the
wen Id have made tho management of
the Evening Iliilletln a special r.ite
which It takes pleasure In piesentlng
The Woman's Home Companion If
the greatest of the magazines Intended
for the home lor fntlier. for innluei
for therhlldren. It has seeiity-!lve to
one bundled beautiful illustrations in
each Issue, three to eight complete sto
ries by famous writers, niagnirinmt
icproductlons of great palntlng.s a spe
cial department for children, depart
ments tor different matters of the
home-life, and many pages especially
for women. It Is n beautiful magazine
nttractlvc. Interesting.- entertaining,
helpful. Three hundred nnd fifty thou
sand homes iccele It every month.
The Cosmopolitan Is without a peer
among the magazines of general sun
Ject matter It has morp enterprise
than any other: It secures and print!
morn new nir' original articles It
has a splendid fiction department. It
Is finely Illustrated. I.Ike tho Wo
man's Home Companion, It finds a
place In nearly four bundled thousand
Fend all subscriptions to this office.
We are the sole agents for this offer,
nnd subscriptions must come to us The
oner Is ninile by us to give leadeis of
our paper the best that Is to be had.
This unparalleled offer will hold
good for sImj iln)R only, get your or
ders In early m us not to miss this op
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 pnge C.
Printing nnd developing nt Honolulu
Photo Supply So.
There was no meeting of the rxei u
the council this morning.
rurnlshed looms for light house
keeping. See To Let column.
Nicely furnished rooms, Popular
House, 1219 Fort St., Jl.M per nek up.
domes & McTlglie, successors to Cu
mar.i & Co., liquor dealers. 01 rClng st.
A'laige furnished room with use ol
kitchen Is for rent. Sec To Lit col
umn. The Woman's Exchange linn removed
from Port street to the Arlington
block, Hotel street.
The vvtekly edition of the livening
Uulletln gives a complete Fummary of
the news of tho day.
I.ee Toma & Co., Ltd., 33 King street,
today sell their good Manila cigars
from fn.CO to (5.00 per hundred.
Uourbon Whiskey, 0 years old. (3.50,
Claret. 50 cents; Sherry nnd -Tokay, 73
cents a gallon at Hoffschtacgcr Co.'s,
Attorneys nre anxiously n milting Su
preme Court decisions from the late
term. Nothing but tax appeals hava
lome out yet.
The concert by the C.itholb Mission i
band In honor of the cruiser Piotet i
annoiimcii or this evening, Is post
poned Until Sunda afternoon, when
the whole town will be welcome
The meeting of stockholders of Klhel
Plantation Company to consider a bond
Issue, advertised for tomorrow, will bo
adjourned to another day. This Is be
cause the reports and form of bond are
not ready for submission.
The Voting People's Society of Chris
t Ian Endeavor of Central 1,'nlon Church
will give a soclnl at the church tomor
row (Friday) evening. An cnJonhl"
time Is anticipated, and n hearty Invita
tion Is extended to evcr.vbody to b
There was n meeting of die ren(riil
committee of the Republican party last
night nt which two applications for
positions under the government were
considered. Nothing regarding these
will be given nut for publication until
later on. j
The funeinl of the late William U
tluchiiuuu took place from the resi
dence! jesterday iifternoon The bod)
was followed to the train by u huge
number of relatives und friends The
pall-beaiers were brother Mahons In
terment took place at Pearl Clt.
The regular weekly mretlng of the
executive comlmttcc rf the Home Hulo
party will be held In hc.ulciunrters, Fos
ter hall, this evening. Matters In con
nection with the party organization
will be discussed and tho new rulcj
considered and probably adopted.
A new featme of the voluminous
cirtcndnr for the February term Is an
Index of cases. Clerk Thompson yes
terday Bummed up the calendar's con
tents ns follows: Criminal. It! rases,
civil Jury, 203: Jury wnlvfd civil, 28,
divorce and separation, 30; total. 2S9
Besides, theio will bo about 30 appeal
to bo entered from the District courts
also whatever criminal huslnet,s tlm
grand Inquest may yield In the form
I'uiser Lugnn of the James Makee
reports that on the morning of her iir
lival the steamer laid moorings nt
llunnmniilu. In discharging and load
ing freight, the new wharf and rhuti
at thut place were used with sure ess
the bags coming down the chute at the
tale of 1800 bags an hour. The
schooner Itobcrt Seniles was at
Elcele. She will leave for Sail Fran
cisco tomorrow nt noon. The schoon
er Patagonia was at Makawcll dis
The five masted schooner W. II.
Mnrston, Captain Curtis, arrived from
San Francisco this forenoon after an
uneventful trip of 22 days. During the
whole voyage only light winds were
experienced. The Murston has two
passengers, Mrs. Drew and Mrs. Les
lie. Tho vessel's hold Is only hall
tilled and her cargo Is only nbout 1000
tons of general merchandise. She
brings on deck n fine horse for Mr.
Tenney. The Marston Is at present
lying nt tho limgaid wharf whero she
IFOR MEN I
- lUHTPUCv? wl
DURABLE AND ACCUKATE
The Keystone Watch Or
Co., I MAIH IMM I' IS.
tTn-3. ArnMiri.vs irtrfst and
S ' "$ I afirpst Vatnh Fantnrv
and Is Fine
THIS 18 O.NLV TISUU OP A IIANAN SL'OIT.
Sf No better shoe, tluin tlilrt, Iiiik even come
2 to the light of (Uiy. tt it ti li It
8 IT MAKES FRIENDS FOR US
IT MAKES BUSINESS FOR US
IT MAKES MONEY FOR US
nnd we lire It hoIc njtcntH.
The Vheioy of India, iluilug bis re
cent visit to lliirmah, threw a vciy
wet blanket upon certain speculative
schemes for the establishment of rail
way connections between Itnugouu ami
India and linngonu and China, lie
pointed nut that the parts of tho Vun
nnu to which access could be coined by
i all from the Shan Mates me not
tliote vvhlch It would bo fdvej tngeous
to tap. New Haven lleglstei.
In the nnnie of the American people
vvc ncicpt the Knipeior of flei ninny's
Ameilinn s.ieht, now building Ne
lOI- Mlllu h
yJi? Thn Prlndnal ui.itr-h
. n -r..v iiu I til u uu iiuiwii
&S,?ZMr n..l.: I- H. ...!.
UUdldlS III lU'Wclll
AN HOUR IN THE MORNING
THE 8AME HOUR EVERY MORNING
or nftrnoon. given to dictation will
keep vour toricspondenco "e'eancd'
up." Try It a month.
J. D. AYEKY, Business Correspondent
Regularity) Certainty; Despatch!
Tel. Main 76. 95:45. Elite Bldg.
i ft&MwMh S20'00
Ih Ur. .. lk-'i KliitrU- "Rclf
(v Ml, -.U-- t peinnrv i" UU.cr.intreJ
I-..--., -y'v an ine curative proper-
' es u! tlie CM'-inslve Ivli now sold hv
J i lors nl JiUKitl!'- It gives a very
-fonv. currctt of elfitricitv nnd iseu'ily
refill ite,l. H a.n J tg siipereje others. Can
he IiiiJ ficiui the unurrslinird nnlv: no
icrr.ts: nodUcount. ' Ircular free. AJ jress
lltrce Illcctrle C . soO lVt St., S n
Prandscg. Sent free to llawnll for (53.00
MclNERNY SHOE STORE
AdvertisemQnts Changed Mondays.
one week of
Interesting because they mean that you can get most of tho
goods mentioned In this advertisement nt about half their regular
selling price and others far below half.
Tho mouth of January Is essentially a bargain month on ne
count of tho reaction after the holiday trade. We nro In a position
to offer greater Inducements tbnn any competitor on account of be
Ing out of tho high rent belt. Wo Intend to make this snle a hum
mer nnd the bargains off red here cannot be duplicated anywhere
else In the city.
LADIES' SHIRT WAISTS
Bargains have often been of
fered In Shirtwaists, but never
before bucIi n bargain as we are
going to, offer this week. This
will make nil other shlttwnlst
bargains "look llko thirty cents.
The waists aio mostly tho cele
brated "Derby llrand." nnd no
matter what the former price
wns. you can take your pick of
all our Ladles' Colored Waists
50 cents each
If this doesn't sell nil our Col
ored Waists we miss our guess
TOWEL PRICES CHOPPED
CO Dozen Unci; Towels at
90c per doz,
40 Dozen Whlto Turkish Towels
$1.65 per doz.
Now we nre going to make an
offer on White Shirtwaists.
Ladies' White Shirtwaists
Hcgular $1 Waists, sizes ic.
30, 3S, 40, cut to (Ob
Regular $1 Waists, sizes cM r)C
32, 34. 3G and 38, cut to Oh I J
Regular $5 Waists, sizes Q ftn
32,31 3d and 38. cut to &iUU
Clearing Up Sale ot
J. H. FISHER
Slock and Bond Brokers.
FIRE ASSOCIATION, of Philadelphia
WESTERN A83URANCE CO, of Tfr
Offices Stangenwald Bldfl., Hi?
HONOLULU STOCK l-XCHA.NGB
Hnm.lulii, Jmuarv p, io:s
N.VMEOFSTOCX j pifj up ; Bl1 ,'',,
C. Browrf AComclnv. i.erocyc lc it
N.S SichiDO.Co.LM do,roo i-. r
L.B. Krr&Co LlJ.. too.cno J l
Ew PlinUtlon Co J.cro.ooo M .. tl'v
HiwilUnAgrlcuttuutCo 1.000.000 too . ... fTi
tliwciiUnConi &Su Co. f,it,fjo too
HawallinSugJf Co .... t,ooo,0GO to fK
Honomu Sui-ccr Co ... TS0.000I 100 n
HonokaiSucfAr Co . f 000,00 to
Ht'ku Suctr Co J00.000I l l(
Klhuku Plinltllon Co joo,ono to a,1
Klhtll'larlCo LlJ. ..'i.oto.oco
Klvttiulu Suttr Co . . i 160,000 loo ic,'
KoloaSuetrCo . . )oc,oco too t
McUrylSuCo..LJ ,,oo t)
0hu Self ar Co , t,ooo,ooc too 9
O-iotrta SuearCo i.ooo,om 00 tt ....
Ookala Sural Plan Co. noo,oco to j
Olia Su Co.. Lll at I ttf.ao to sK
OIj4sci Co 1J 1 J u I I a soo,ovo to 1)...
Olovt.cll ( nnriru , IJO.OOO too ... lit
Pjauhviij v plan C. j 1,000,000 jo
Pa, Hi, Sciyat Vpll ' 500.000 too. .. fis
I'a a IManctcuin C T)o.ooo too
IVrk ue ' C" . 750.000 too iti
I'cnm Mill C, t tjo,oor too f-
Plon-r Mill C A-k ooooo too 6
WalclcaActc Co .. . a,soo,ooo too. ..
VV'ailitkciSii.jf 1, Too,Qoc too
WalmanaloVccar d ast.000 too
Wcomfj MlcICo .... Its,ooo too
MISC1 LUNCOl S.
VIIJr SlMoivhlp Co 500,000100 no
Inwr-ltlanJ MeaijtN Co -co0 ,, ... ...
acajUn 1 iKlrlc C. 500.000100...';. toj
Hon l;fUT.l,U JJIO00 ,,
Mutual Irlrphone Co ,,0.000 10
c.huHfcit.o . t,;o too :.:::: .
Ptorlo Ice IV R I t Co I5000o ICO
rircl National Hank .
I Ittl A S Hank fc T Co ,..,' .... ,.,,,. .....
Hawaiian (inv 5 ftf ctnt -.
I m I'lanui n 6frr cent
OitiuKULLi, rr "'
Ojhu I'lantatcin opt tei
Olaa l'lanlallon6 p.C
Walatu Attltul t r. c t'c
tt !!!!!!!'.!!!!!!!!!! !'".!'.!!...
TRY THIS TRICK.
Navy Ditto Percale Wrap'
pers, were $1.50. Sale price
Porcnlo Wrappers (light
and dark shades) $1 73.
Percale Wrappers (most
ly light shades) $2.
Percale Winppers (dark
colors) $2. Sale price
All our $2 50 Wrappers
on salo at
Then- is n good deal of fun. hut
more for tnu oiiIiuikcis than for thos
who try to do It. In the following
Several persons can take part In tho
game, and each must stand on till
light root, hold his left foot Ix-hlnd
Ills liaik with his rlgnt hand, taut
grnsp his right ear with .,1s leu hand
When nil the playeis aie In tilts posi
tion ii newspaper or some other ohjeit.
which Is nhout six Inches In height.
Is placed on the ground nnd each play
er Is to hop toward It and do his ut
most to catch it In his teeth nnd rnlso
It to his own height Those who suc
ceed are linlled ns the winners, nnd
those whci do not unreport have til pay
Thnt it Is not easy to do this trick
any one who tries It for tno nrst tlmn
will very quickly discover. N"ew
ALL HATS THIS WEEK AT HALF PRICE.
PACIFIC IMPORT COMPANY,
ProrcHH Mock, Tort Street.
CLINTON J. HUTCHINS,
AMERICAN COAL SUPREME
The Industrial sunremaey of the
United States Is helng Increased In
niunv of the nroducts of mine, forest
.nut vvoikshop, sas 1". H Savvard, In
the Knglucerlng .Magazine, nun in
none more earnestly than tn the mat
ter of roal. This will, no tlniilit. In
handled In many ol the foreign porlf
Uy Kngllsh houses, nhendy estahllsh
Mil lor so ninny years, and having nl'
the facilities for doing hiuiness In the
Continental nnd other ports, nnd thlt
will ulvo the opportunity foi the ton-
Kervnilon of Ilrltlsh coal, which Is
iirodiited nt greater eoat than Ameil
can liecausi) oc the depths to which p
Is now neeesiary to extend tno work
ings and tho greater cost of Inhor per
ton, tin io belli? lit tn- other than nuin
uiil liihor employed In the extraction
of tho coal at Ilrltlsh pits. On the
contrary, a largo tonnage In the unit
ed States Is mined hy machinery. The
great Increase In mnciiineinilieii
pioduct In the United States I. ., 1'
per cent In tlm last live years Is the
host evidence obtainable of the eco
nomic advantages theiehy secured In
mlsliig coal, nnd thoro Is no doubt
that Ilrltlsh collieries would deilve
inul benefit by following the Amen
can ex'imple In the moie general adop
lion or o.il getting by electric or by1
(omjiressed-nlr-Urlven machine. Tin
uui. tin" oi mechanical coll mtteis cm
phi' i ' In the 1 ult.' I Kingdom during
1!" vv 'h' onh 311. O' which 24u wete
dihin In iiiinpre-.. d hlr and 71 hy
Hlecitl, itv. the iiiantl' ol coal tn oli
mired nntountltr: only to 3 :t 1 .' '
tons while In Hie b'tuipln ms coal dlx
trlits of the I'nlted States there wen'
'CT nitchnnlcal nitteib imed nt 10I
llerlew employing above Kin.uuO pel
sons, 'rl'lcll vlelded an mitptit pf about
lolMIO.I'UO gioss tons. II is this cut
ting by machinery that unablns tin
Amerleap producer to put Ills coal on
cms In I'eiiiiiylvaniu nt 05 cents n ton.
nud In West Virginia, at SO cents n
WILLATID E. BROWN.
W. A. LOVE.
Halstead & Co.;
ON SUGAR SECURITIES.
921 Fort Street.
Stock and Bond Exchange.
STOCK ANDJOND BROKER.
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGR.
McirSERNV BLOCK. FORT ST.
Orders for the purchase or salo of
stocks und bonds curefuly and prompt
ly executed. Loans negotiated
Office Room 401, 4th floor, Stangen
wald Bldg. Poitotflce box 390; Tele
phone Main 331.
Judd & Co., Ltd.
a07 Stnngcnvvald Uulld!n.
P. O. Itox 007. Tel. Main 228
No More Dread
of the Dental Chair
TEETH EXTRACTED AND FILLED
ABSOLUTELY WITHOl'T TAIN hj
our lato scientific methoj appllfd to th(
gums. No sleep-producing agents oi
Tbete are the only dental parlors It
Honolulu hnvlng PATENTED APrLI
ANCES and Ingredients to extract, fill
and apply gold crowns and porcelalti
crowns undectecablo from natural teeth
and warranted for ten years, WITH
OUT THE LEAST PAIN. All work
done by GRADUATED DENTISTS ol
from 12 to I years' experience, an
each department In charge of a Special
1st. Olvo us a call, tnd you will fine
us to do exactly as wo advertise. Wi
will tell you In advanoo exactly w!ir'
your work will cost ny a FREE EX
fict Teeth S3 OC
(3old Crown S.VOO
Gold Pllllniih fel.OO
Silver 1-lllliiilH RO
E. W. JORDAN
I IS STILL HOLDING t
BIG DISCOUNT SALE
IN ALL DEPARTMENTS
ns you will find on cnctili'y
PltlCP.8 CUT TO CLLAU
Our ii uu' alum win it u umiranth
(hut your woik vs HI bv of tu ooat.
New York Dental Parlors
Room 4, Elite Ilulldlng, Hotel 8lrw'
LADIES IN ATTENUANCF
lloiira, S a. m. to C p. ci.
Sundays, 9 a, m. to II.' ra.
tMi'j. iihJu .W&&4.1