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' EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, II. T., FRIDAY, JAN. 31, 1902.
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WALL, NICHOLS CO,, LTD.
Two Stores In One.
The successful merchant
recognizes tho Importance
of business system. 'Ibis
Illustration shows tho sim
ple process of building a
stnrk of sections with
EXPANSION ! SYSTEM.
Many labor saving Ocvlces
In this system which we will
be pleased to show and ex
plain to you whether you In
tend to buy or not. Remem
ber, we will bo 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 un
the quality and charac
ter of me food.
In our show window
this week wo display the
finest breakfast foods
Pettljohn's Breakfast Food,
Germea (In tins),
and many others.
Tclephono for your fa
vorite. Wo have it. .:
H. MAY & GO.
Boston Ulock, Fort St.
Telephones S3, 24, 02.
ti P. O. Uox :i80. :i
Visitors to our store
will see many hand
some pieces of furni
ture this week. Some
thing that wo don't
expect to lcecp long,
on account of Its great
beauty, is a Golden
with glass shelves and
mirror In back. One
of the prettiest pieces
of furnituro In town.
Como and see It. :' :
are n pure gluten biscuit es
pecially adapted for dyspep
tics and children. When we
say pure gluten that's exactly
what wo mean.
DR. JOHNSTON'S EDUCA
TORS nro not like any other
biscuits. They aie supeiior to
any other kind, and besides
being a health biscuit they
nie ciisp and delicious.
Como In tin boxes and told
LEWIS & GO.
:. LEADING GROCERS. .:
240 Three Telephones 240.
THE GOLDEN RULE
WILL OPEN ITS DOORS FOR
BUSINESS ON THURSDAY,
JANUARY 30th, IN ITS NEW
QUARTERS, 156 HOTEL
STREET, OREGON BLDG.
We extend n cordial invitn
tton to our Irlends and the
general public to lsit us in
our New Home, which we In
tend to make the "Model Book
and Stationery Store" of the
city. A kindly welcome will
be extended to all whether
purchasers or friendly callers.
J. M. WEBB,
Is well adapted to this
climate because It is cool.
Our stock at present in
rocking chairs is excellent
and we offer extra values.
These chairs are shellaced
and will last three times
as long as ordinary wick-i-rwaie.
If you havo nev
er rocked In a wicker chair
ou lime missed one of
life's greatest comforts
and you can't afford to
miss It the chairs are bo
cheap -. .-. .-. .-
- UATPUCQ Ul
DURABLE AND ACCURATE
The Keystone Watch Case
(JO., ' TAK Kill l
America's Oldest and
Largest Watch Factory
lTir Htilo l
The Princinal .watch
Dealers In Hawaii
WYOMING MAN HAS
MANY FRIENDS HERE
J. D. Pratt is Good Shot and One
Time Made a Record Dr. Oal-
braith Has Captured Some
Editor i:enlng IltilMIn The Wy
oming people here lire obliged to ou
for publication of the Cheyenne dis
patch on best rllle shooting. It told
of the landing of a second world'r
championship by Peter lleigersen. Toi
twenty jcars It hns been Monti) main
tained by this unin's friends that hit
equal with either rifle or shot gun
could not be brought forward I'oi
ten jears he has been praMlcnll) de
parted from nit target and trap com
petitions held lu the Hock) Mountain
region. Ilesldes he Is a mighty hunter,
but not prodigal with cither powdei oi
ucad. He is a light chaigc man of full
nerve. Uergersen Is u line companion
able gentleman. Ho Is about 15 )ears
of age, die feet, ten Indies tall, weighs
180 pounds, hns the nppeaiance of be
ing, nnd Is, a man of grcnt phj ileal
BtrengOi. He uses tobacco, moderate!),
does not drink. Is een tempered and I
don't believe he hag cer had n quarrel
with anyone In his whole life. He Is In
every way a true sportsman, Ily occu
pation he is n gunsmith and high clat,
machinist. He has n store qnd a good
business. He Is a home man. In his
bo hood he was a seal hunter off the
oasts of Japan.
In the old days of the Chcjenne Gun
Club, Uergersen and John Schuneninii
(now county treasurer nt Cliejenne),
were tho best shots. They found lle
pigeons and glass balls easy and wero
uliout tie all tho time. . I'lually n
mutch was made between them for a
$300 purse to shoot at 23 English spat
rows each. They had the birds sent
from tho cuBt nnd fed up before Un
contest. The match was Hurlingham
rules, six ground traps. 30 nrds "ilse."
Ilcrgersen dropped his 2.' birds straight
without letting one get far fiom tho
traps. The difference with Schuueman
was that his 25th sparrow was chal
lenged as falling out of boundx. As
owners' dogs weie bringing In the dead
ones, tlieio was no "exact upot ' testi
mony available and tho two friends de
clared nil bets off. Merge i pen latei
became ccn better at clay pigeons
thun ho was nt lUe birds.
Uergcisen has always been a better
shot than Dr. Carver (alto of Chc
enne) or Col. Cody. He has beaten
lludd's best records r..ny times With
the six-shooter (old "navy") he found
his master only In .May. Talbot a War
trooper or dragoon resident of Chey
enne. Uergerscn does not care for
fancy or trick shooting but has neer
been told of n rifle feat he could not
perform. Ills pet rifles nic the old
Sharp's made ocr by himself. Target,
Standard American. Ills shot guns aio
high grade ones, choke-bored by him
self. I hnc seen him at thq.tmpn all
day with n shot gun that made n "pat
tern" not to exceed 'ten Inches In di
ameter. Most of his rifle shooting Is
with rather ordinary sights. Mr. J. O.
Pratt, with Ilruco Waring & Co.. shot
In the club with Bergerien for many
years nnd wak, better than good with
the shot gun.
Just n little yarn on Mr. Pratt. In
his early das at the bar he had his
rooms adjoining the oIIIcch. Not much
ahead of one winter dawn he was dis
turbed by dogs fighting In the street
liaising n window he sent out a charge
of bird shot to lUipcrso the beasts. The
act was a lolatlon of n city ordinance
Policeman "Hob" Ingnlls, now chief
!ncstlgntcd nbout fcecond drink time.
The shot had struck a framo building
"Hob" stuck tooth picks In the holes
and the tooth picks pointed to the
guilty mnn's window. Mr. Pratt cheer
Men of the Hudson Hay, Mackinaw,
Northwest nnd Southwest companies
hunted In Wyoming. Capt. Uonnevllln
and 1'rcmont hunted there. So did
I.clws and Clarke. Col. Plekett, men
tioned In Scton-Thompson's bear book.
Is killing bear thero yet. Mcrrfam
Ciook, Brooke, Miles, King have hunt
ed thcie. The living Carroll of Car
roltowu I met out hunting there. Dr.
W. J. Galbralth now of Honolulu, has
hunted there with Judge- Dundcy and
other big killers, Charles E. Illdeug-
berg, n Creedmoro man with a half
bushel of medals, Is a hunter thero jet.
The best gamo places thero now are
the mountains and plains south and
east of the Yellow stono National Park
and the mountains In tho Southwestern
corner of tho Stato All the thuUe
gamo abounds plentifully. Thero are
said to bo ocn u few buffalo on Hed
Desert, north of the Union Pacific
lallwny. ED. T.
Never Gave It a Thought.
ITlM l4nthftl-lt a uilmtilv nlcuinil in
ou to think that you could suppoit
ill UUUttlUlT piUIIlTl).
Young Cheeker 1 nsoure jou, sir
au h n thought never entuied iny mind
Charles II. Allen of Massachusetts,
who has been spoken of In rumor as
the probable successor of Secictary
Long, was Assistant Secretary of the
Navy after Itooseelt, during thn
Spanish war and subsequently became
(ioternor of Porto Hlco.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
The Bulletin's special Industrial edi
tion can be obtained at this otflee or
the newsstands. Price 25 cents.
Head 'Wants" on page C
A i banning cottage Is for rent
To Lit column.
Nicely furnished rooms, Popular
House, 1219 Fort St., $1.60 per week up
OomeB & Mcrigbc, successors to Ca-,
mora & Co., liquor dealeri. 95 Klngst
James A Hanltor dress Oxfonl hi
Maniif.n turns' Shoe Co an the icWl
shoes for men.
Judge Iltiniphrcja wilt he.u i i 1
cases on Tuesday next In theli.onln
on the iiilendar,
The C. I. Ilcrrlck Carriage Co ba
the sttellest lino of carriages, etc Ini
the eltj See nd.
Thomas I'ltcli has filed an ntncndi 0
complaint foi rntnk Godfrey ngiilust I
John Kldwclt, action to quiet title I
If on r store light Is unsatisfactory
the Hawaiian Electric- Co has a good
lemed) In their new enclosed an lamp
Til meeting of the Hawaiian I'.lcctrl
Compnnj which was to lunc taken
place today was ndojiirnetl until I eb
mar) 20. J
liourbnn Whiskey, 0 years old. $3 50,
Claret, 50 cents; Sherr and Tokay 75
cents a gallon at Horfaclilaegcr Co.'s,
Sophie II. Pratt was appointee! exec a
tilx under the will of James Ihde!
Pratt b) Judge Humphrcjx. No bonili
The Herman ship Agnes Is being
fumigated today. She wiTI sail for San
Francisco with G000 baricU of cement
either tomorrow or Sunthi) morning
In the Police Court this forenoo",
I'.illle and Keluoknhlklna, charged
with adulter, were found guilt and
sentenced each to pa) a line of $"50 and
I.o'uls Marks has taken the innuago
meiit of the Unnltnry tcnm Laundry
Co., Ltd., nnd requests statements of
all outstanding nc counts bo Bent him
as soon ns possible, heo nonce under
Tho quarter, meeting of the I'.icltk
Hardware Company which was to hiin
been held this morning, has been post
pone cluntll this afternoon on account
of vnrlotts other meetings set for thn
There will be a social and enter
tainment b) the debating soi let) of
Kaawlabao In the basement of tho
chinch this evening. A flue llternr)
and musical program lias been arrang
ed Hefiesbments will be xencd.
Tho steamer J. A. Cummins nrrttctl
(unit Walmanalo jcslcrclaj afternoon
at nbout 4 o'clock with a cargo of
about llu tons of rice, padd) ami sugar.
She buirledly discharged this and went
out again for ICoolau thlb mornlug
nt about 10 o clock.
When the American - Hawaiian
steamer Hawaiian left port this morn
lug for Philadelphia la Kaanapall,
llllo, Coronel and San Lucia, she had
ns a passenger, A. J. Isenberg. who la
taking a trip to Lahnln.u He expcxU
to return to this city on Sunday
Among the departures for Maul and
Hawaii Ports In tho Manna Loa todaj
were the following: Mr. and Mrs. W
II. Crozlei, II. K. .Mac furl.tne, Mi and
Mis. It. Hawxhurst, Jr., E. A It Has,
W. Aitlt. lllshon Willis, Mr und Mrs
L T. Grant and Dr. A. It, How at.
There wero over two hundred t. Illi
cit t-n present on tho grounds of Kawal
ulinti clinch yesterda) forenoon to lis
ten to the conceit by the hand. glcu
for their special benefit. It was the
llrst arrangement that the nmtart
should ho In Thomas Square but Ku
wiilabao being so much mote cotncnl
cut foi nil concerned, the place wjs
The Wilder steamer Helenc. whltTf
Iiiih been I) lug Idle In the luirbor for a
long time, has been cleaned on tho ma
rine rallwii) and is now lying nt the
Wilder wharf where she Is being fuml
gated. She will piobably tako thc
Maul's route when that steamer comes
In, thu Maul taking tho route of the
Clnudlne, which will probably be laid
up for repairs.
Sunday services at Central Union
church, will be held as follows: At 11
a. m., Itev. Win. M. Klncald will
preach, subject: "Tho Christ-Method
of Hvaiigellzlng a Community." 7:30
P. m.. subject: "Whosoeor Will." At
C.30 p. m., Christian Hndeavnr meet
lug, subject: "Christian Hndotnor
Day (Twenty-flrst Hlrthdii)). Leaders
Miss Duff and Miss W)ser.
AN HOUR IN THE MORNING
THE SAME HOUR EVERY MORNING
or afternoon. gUen to dictation will
keep your correspondence "cleaned
up." Try It a month.
J. D. AYERY, Business Correspondent
Regularity! Certainty' Despatch I
Tel. Main 76. 9 5MS. Elite Bldrj.
I iw ih nis- Ji
, Id Hi i" - y?v
Allen Hedric "Hilt"
pcn-c)t is ginr.mtc-fj
all the uiratli,- nrmw
Hi f lh- ciainilvc bii'-. now ilj h
Jo tins inJ druggists. It gies a erv
-trout, c ,i (crut ui eltc.tric.ltv and ise-HIt,
ifRiil.cttcJ Hoi i J to supersede; others. Can
be had rmn the uini'rslKiied nnlx : uci
incuts'; net II. count. Llrctil ir free, AdJros
Plri'oe Clcctric Co . zo6 Post St., S n
I'randsco. Sent free to Hawaii for SS.OO
SHAKESPEARE AND HIS WORKS.
Married, murdered, misquoted,
And volubly Noted
Tho product of Hat on,
And prefaced with comment,
Ily men of no moment
Curtailed ami collated.
Sold, sold and resold,
Hound, bound, bound again,
i.tth edges aud tops of gold
Or sprinkled or pialn.
The Pouiuh In vellum.
lho Dramas in cloth.
And together thoy sell 'em
Or separate, or both.
Hccltcd and acted,
And hollowed and spouted.
J)y amateurs shouted,
And edited, edited
Hy old or new men,
And frequently credited
With some acumen
Hh)med, Bonnct-ed, ode el
In Imma tuto verse
With eulogy loaded,
Or Just the lexorse
And parodied too
nsa)cd and Bi-lected
Kor some ones llevlew
Til mined, twisted 1 1 allnhct, d
To suit eierj tongue
Pi lined, cut, exput gated
IA gilt for tho ounjf
And turned inlo pi one
And read? (loudness knows'
The Mexican Herald thinks thai
bIH or may komu day get cheap emotirih
I, to plato wnishlps with.
Yes and alwin- cnnmiu'
bark for mote thai Is ih
experfeiiec of all who wmr
snid to b a cmmI lut not
Just the satin i- Imin m i
to find n (llatisni cl pur
chaser or a pill nt tliK m i
l c lc liiateu slu
MclNERNY SHOE STORE
Advertisements Changed Mondays.
one week of
Interesting because they mean that you can get most of tho
goods mentioned In this ndiertlsement nt about halt their regular
selling price and others fnr below half
Tho month of January Is essentlallv a bargain month on nc
count of the tcnctlon niter the holiday trade Wo nrc in ti position
to offer greater inducements than any competitor on account of be
ing out of the high rent belt We Intend to make this sate n hum
mer nnd the bargnlns offered here cannot bo duplicated nniwhcro
else In the city.
LADIES' SHIRT WAISTS
Bargains haio often been of
fered In Shirtwaists, but never
before such n bargain as we are
going to offer this week This
will make nit other shlitwalst
bargains "look llko thirty cents.
The waists are mostly tho cele
brated "Derby Hrand," and no
matter what the foi mer price
was. ou can take your pick of
nil our Ladles' Colored Waists
50 cents each
If this doesn't sell all our Col
ored Waists wc miss our guess
TOWEL PRICES CHOPPED
GO Dozen Huck Towets at
90c per doz.
40 Dozen Whlto Turkish Towels
$1.65 per doz.
Now we are going to make nn
offer on White Shirtwaists.
Ladies' White Shirt Waists
x ci on
32, 34. 30 and 38. cut to Oh 10
Hegulnr $.' Waists, sizes f) nn
32, 31. 3G and 38. cut to liUU
Regular Jt Waists,
36, 3S, 40, cut to
Regular $1 Waists. s!7ch
Clearing Up Sale of
Navy Hlue Percale Wrap
pors, wero J 1. 50. Sato price
Percale Wrappers (light
nnd dark shades) $1.73.
Percalo Wrappers (most
ly light shades) :.
Percalo Wrappers (dark
colors) $2. Sale price
All our $2 50 Wrappers
on sate nt
ALL HATS THIS WEEK AT HALF PRICE,
PACIFIC IMPORT COMPANY, "
Progress Ulock, Port Street.
CLINTON J. HUTCHIINS,
w" . II ni1M ,B
FIRE Jt AH!fr MARINE
McINERlNY BLOCK. FORT ST.
J. H. FISHER
Stock and Bond Brokers.
FIRE ASSOCIATION, of Phlladelphlv
WESTERN ASSURANCE CO, of To
HONOLULU STOCK liXCHANGn
Horn lulu, Januar-jt, lijei
NAME Or STOCK gjfj j Bid
C Brctw.r A. Comrinv i,c3nn,c-c
H S Sichil) O Co, ft ' eooo,
L II. Ktrr V Co., LtJ ti,o e
flccva tlf olatlr.lt f n
HawallinCim &Su Co '
Htwaliin Sactr Co
Honomu uctr Co
Hi'ku Sutf Co
Klhuku 1'UMcttlnn Co
Kthel Plant Co It,
Klv-ahulo Sugar Co .
nolo ?uear 1,0
iOhu Sujai C i ,
Oohala Sucar Plan Co
Olia Su Co Lti i!
H St, t .1 I ri.tun '
ri . iiu t-iir-im
Pa mlian i Plan C
Pa.-n. Viicjf Mill
I am Plant iti n C
Pi.m-r Mill r . 1..,. I
l allnbii'siiL'ar (
Wciiirunii 1S1 t-ar ( .t
Walrnti .Ml I Co
WllJrr Mramthlp C
Inter IsMnJ tem N Co
Hon Utrii T & L Co
Alutiui l icfrnonr Co
People kc ft K I ff Co
rim National Itjnk
I lrt AS Dan eft TC
Hawaiian iov rrr rent
HiloKHC ft rr tent
Hon Ufi Transit
1 ui I'lantal n A t-r nt
I Unit IVft I I ,i rur f
Oihu JManiatlttn ftpi
(Ji nantationo t, c
Walilua Agrkul bp.c
Dhlclciicls I'ny.ihto Today C. Ursw-
r cfe Co 1 ;-r n-nt: 12n, 1 per cent:
KaluiMi. 1 per cent: Oahn. 1-2 pir
ti-nt Wnlinnnnlo. 2 per cent; Ilnwall
ai i:icctrli Conipany. 1 2 per cent.
"I think I owe- jou n cn'l " said Mrs.
"Iltnll ' ' H'pllod thn dortor'H wife.
cuttlnsh ' Onl IIiIm mornliiK mr
husband wan riniarKltiK that imr him-
hand im him half a dozen Mult.
The- innrHhv crrinnil of thn Ganci
dtlui ttltli ltn niamcrs of ccrtatlon.
dcraliiK iindcr a tropical sun, Is (ha
natlM Inline or ttic cholera. In th.it
pontile ntial tc'cicm tho cholera nnt
plitRiK arc found eery yenr and all
the year round
WILLAItD n. DHOWN.
W. A. LOVE. 1
Halstead & Coi,
ON SUGAR SECURITIES
921 Fort Street.
Stock and Bond Exchanrje.
STOCK AND BOND BROKER.
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE
Oritnrn fnr tliA mirr1inan nc soIa nf
stocks and honds carefuly and prompt
ly executed, l.oans negotiated
Office Room 401, 4th floor, Stangen
wald Bldrj. Pottoffice box 390; Tele
phone Main 331.
PrldlPF BUILDING LOT F0R
In Knlihl; U ncrex. Aiiroecl title.
I'rlce inodcratv. Apply to
JUDD i. COMPANY, LIMITED.
No More Dread
of the Dental Chair
TEP.TII KXTItACTEn AND KILLED
AUSOLUTEL.Y WITHOUT PAIN bj
our lato scientific method applied to the
gums. No sleep-producing agents or
These are the only dental parlors In
Honolulu having PATENTED APPLI
ANCES and Ingredients to extract, All
and apply gold crowns and porcelain
crowns undectecable from natural teeth
and warranted for ten years, WITH
OUT THE LEAST PAIN. AH work
done by (JUADUATED DENTISTS 01
from 12 to 20 years' experience, an
each department In churge of a Special
1st. Olve us a call, and you will fine
us to do exactly as we advertise. W
will tell you In advaneo exactly wha
your work will cost oy a FREE EX
Set Teeth 65 OC
Cold CrowiiH 65.00
Gold IUIIImHh $1.00
Kllver Pllllnr8 SOc
Our 11 nine itiuntc win u- u rfuurante
that jour work will be of tu,i Deut
New York Deilfal Parlors
loom 4, Elite Ilulldlng, Hotel Slreo
LADIK.S IN ATPKNIUNCK
Hours. S n m. to 0 p tu.
3unda)8, 'J a. m to 12 m.
E. W. JORDAN
1 IK STILL HOLDING t
BIG DISCOUNT SALE
IN ALL DEPARTMENTS
oh you will Ilml on enquiry
PRICES CUT TO CLEAU
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