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WALL, NICHOLS 00.
Two Stores In One.
Don't Overlook the
We are equipped with all the modern
facilities to do good laundry work 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
slvo meat eating Is not
only extravagant but posi
tively Injurious, llenltli,
happiness and tempera
ment largely depend on
tho quality and charac
ter of mo food.
In our show window
this week we display the
finest breakfast foods
Pettljohn's Breakfast Food,
Germea (In tins),
and many others.
Tclephono for your fa
vorite. Wo havo It. .:
Boston Block, Fort St.
Telephone 22, 24, 02.
tt P. O. Box 880. It
are a puro gluten biscuit es
pecially ndaptcd for dyspep
tics and children. When we
say puro gluten that's exactly
what we mean.
DR. JOHNSTON'S EDUCA
TORS nro not llko any other
biscuits. They are superior to
any other kind, nnd besides
being a health biscuit they
aro crisp and delicious.
Conic In tin boxes and sold
LEWIS & GO.
:. LEADING GROCERS. .:
240 Three Telephones 240.
faLK8 UA8BBALL TEAM.
There is a movement on foot among
tho Kilts to organizo n batcball team,
the players of which are to bo selected
from the membcra of the lodge. If
such a team Is formed, It will be en
teied with tho others for tho coming
leaguo games. There are quite a num.
ber of good baseball players among the
Clks, such as Harry Wilder, Willie
Wilder. "Sony" Cunlia, Al Moore, F. 3,
Woodbridgo and otheis, and although
ssveiul of these are associated with
different athletic clubs and have pla ul
in tho teaniB of these clubs before, It
is hoped that they will baud together
In the Elks' baseball herd and form st
team which will be a formidable oppo
nent In tho coming contests.
An Injunction wns granted the Kn
plolanl Estate, Ltd., by Judge Hu'mph
lejs this afternoon, reatinlnlng Mnr
Atcherlcy from further proceedings In
the ojectment Biilt which was enteied
snmo time ago against the Kaplolnnl
Estate, the land in question Is a part
of that portion of Kakaako at the cor
ner of Punchbowl nnd Queen streets
which Is known as Honuakaha.
Tlio successful merchant
recognizes the Importance
of business system, 'this
Illustration shows the sim
ple process of building a
stack of sections with
EXPANSION ! SYSTEM.
Many labor saving devices
In this system which wo will
bo pleased to show and ex
plain to you whether you In
tend to buy or not. Remem
ber, wo will be pleased to
see J on.
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 friends nnd the
general public to visit 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 nil whether
put chasers or friendly callers.
J. M. WEBB,
at bed rock prices
Prices oJ complete bed-room sett
now In Htock.
Pine Bed-room Sets, 7 pieces,
Elm set, 7 pieces
Ash set, 7 pieces -
Oak set, 7 pieces
Coyne Furniture Go.
." IIIITfUCC "I
DURABLE AND ACCURATE
The Keystone Watch Cue
Co., M H IMII It lS
America's Oldest and
Largest Watch Factory
ip for miiIo h.
A? Tho Prlnnlnal walnh
Dealers in Hawaii
AN HOUR IN THE MORNING
THE SAME HOUR EVERY MORNING
or afternoon, given to dictation will
keep your correspondence "cleaned
up." Try It n month.
J. D. AYERY, Business Correspondent
Regularity! Certainty." Decpatchl
Tel. Main 76, 9-5:45. Elite Uldg.
OF ST. ANDREWS AND
Prohibiting Entrance of the Second
CongregationMeeting of Vestry
Last Night in Priory
lllshop Willis hns locked the doors of
St. Andrew's Cathedral and gone oil on
ft trip to lluv.nll. Ills Instructions are
to completely shut out the Second Con
gregation from worship within the
cathedral nnd these aie being can led
nut to the letter b his subordinates.
As a testilt, the lllshop Is getting him
self verj much disliked.
When members of the Sscond Con
gregation went to the ihurih List
ccvnlng for the purpose of holding a
vestiv meeting. What confionted them
was a series of locked doors nnd so
they went over to the Suudaj school
rooms In the prluij buildings Tula
too was closed and locked and the
Chinaman who takes care of the
grounds and has always remuliioJ
about the place on meeting nights, was
nowhere to be seen.
A lantern was ptocttrod and for tome
little time, the Second Congieg.ttluii
sat on the benches outside the prior
and discussed the situation. However,
there wns no suggestion of force being
used. Among those In attendance
were: Rev. and Mrs. Alex. Mackin
tosh, Miss von Holt, T. Cllvo Davlcs,
George Davlcs. Mr. Jordan, W. II. Cas
tlo Jr., John Emnger, E. (J, Keen and
C. A. Mackintosh.
Sister Ueatrlco shortly appeared en
the scene and offered the uso of her
drawing room which wns gladly ac
cepted. The proceedings of the meet
ing which followed cannot be learned
How cut, It Is understood that thr
lllshop's last notice was discussed and
It was decided not to attempt court
proceedings, nlthough such a step had
been In contemplation during the day.
A resolution was passed that tin
Second Congtegatlon remain quiescent
until a reply Is tccelvcd fmm the pic
siding lllshop of the American Eplseo
pal cliiiich to tho icqucst foi Itifoinin-
lion reiently sent forward
Pastor rclmy of the I.utheian
church, Rev II II IMrker of Kiiwala
hao, llev John I'sborne of St Clem
ent's nnd Ho. W. M. Kiiuald of Cen
tral I'lilon dim oh have all ofleied the
use of their respective places of wor
ship to Itev Alex .MurKintofth and the
Second Congregation, thus showing
the trend of the m'ntlment of the uther
churches of the clt. The Clks hall
has also been offered A vote of thanks
wns all the ministers and the Elks
trustees rcielved nt the meeting last
LUSITANA SOCIETY HAS
FINISHED ITS QUARREL
At Meeting Last Night Old Officers
Were Ordered to Turn Over
Society's Aflairs to New
Men. The Lusltniin Socletj's troubles arc
at an end and uow there seems to be u
disposition to set aside all 111 feeling
pugendcicd bj the lecent elections and
the clashes of factious nnd to take up
the work ngulu for the gojd of all. If
factional strife Is still In the hearts ol
some of the Portuguese, It Is not being
made manifest and better Judgment
seem to prevail.
A meeting of the society presided
over by J. M. Vivas, was held In the
Lusltnnn hall last evening. At that
time there was almost a unanimous
vote to the effect that the old officers
be oidered to turn over the affairs ol
tho em let to the new men.
There was at first a very decided op
position by the old officers to any such
ictlon. They actually refused to do
is the society bid them. Later on,
they reconsidered this determination
iml. stating that It was not their In
entloii to light nnj longer gracefully
acceded to tho demands of the over
Included In the motion Just men
tioned wns n call for a meeting to be
held In the hall this evening for the
purpose of installing the new ollhers
If. nt that time. It Is found that a
couple of the trustees who have- ox
pressed their Intention of resigning are
Rtltl of the same mind, then
will be another meeting on Monday
night next for the puipnso of electing
men to take their places.
On Thui sday evening, between fi and
7 o'clock, a thief euteied tho ollleo ol
ho Consolidated Sodn Works Compa
ny, nt the corner of Fort and Allen
itieets, He rilled the dinwers hut
found nothing. Tho thief evidently
entereil tile iiuiltllng tlilough the sky
light ns It was found to havo been
opened The safe was untouched, but
avery other place that money might
we been placed was lansacked.
I It Ur.
AUtn I.I trie "H-lt
peiwirv K guirantccd
.ill ttit- Liiritive nroiwr-
tlri nt the e!iiiMe hells now sol J by
Jo t irs .ind druiTEisK It gi es .i very
Mroiie (.iirrent ot elfitrlcltv and Is c.illv
regul itej. liMinJ to supersede others. Can
re ma limn tne uiwrsisned only; nn
icciits, nnilKount., Ircularfree. Address
Pierce UlcctrUCo , io6 I'ost St., S n
l'ranc$co. sent iree to Hawaii tor (Sil.OO
nVENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, A. T.. SATURDAY, FEU. 1, 1902.
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 pago C
C 11 Ora hna returned from Knual
l). II. Uerrcy'g ofllcc, 8 Campbell bid.
furnished looms, with or without
bontd. See To Let column. I
Creditors' notice In the estate of II i
(5 U'nrt nppenrs under New raj.
Nicely funlr.hed rooms, Popular I
House, 1243 Port St.. $1.50 per week up. I
Gomes & McTIgho, suieessurs to Ca-'
mara & Co.. liquor dealers. 03 Clng St. ,
Wntch for Hoffselilneger feCi anil
In tomorrow's Issuu It will t'ltcrcst
Credltois' Ndtlcc In the eslnte of
James Hydo Pratt appeals under New ,
Notice calling special meetl ig of
the Pacific l.odgo No dS2, A 1' &
A M.. appears under New Todr.y '
Young Ilrothcrs will run a launch
tinm the boat landing to tho Trench
ship Protet tomorrow. I nre 23 cents,' I
Ilourbon Whiskey. 'I years old, $3.30;
Claret. CO cents; Sherry nnd Tokay, 75
cents a gallon at Hoffschlaegcr Co.'s,
Deputy Sheriff Annrew Cox mine
up from Walalim this morning to nt
tend to sonio matters of business. He
returns by the afternoon train. j
A quarterly meeting of the Pacific
Hardware Com) nuy was held yester
ilay afternoon nt .'! o'clock Reports
woio read and ordinary business trans
During polo prncilcn at hnplotanl
park yesterday afternoon, there was a
collision between High Sheriff Drown
and C. S. Dole, resulting in both play
ers being thrown, fortunately, nelth
er ono was hurt.
Thero was n goodly attendance nt
the Lunalllo Home luau vesterday aft
ernoon. The hand plavcd during the
festivities. Desldcs, quite n lot of city
people thero were some strangers In
tho city at tho luau
Walter Wcedertr will speak tomorrow
morning nt 11 o'clock In tho Christian
Church on Alakea street He will de
liver an nddress on "I'no Chrlstlnn Nn
ttonnl Convention In Minneapolis to
which ho was a delegate
The social by the debating club of
Knwalahao, given In the basement nl
the church last evening, turned out to
be n very successful affair The en
tertainment wns greatly enjoved by u
laigo number of people
There will be a meeting of the Ilono
lulu Athletic Club nt headquarters on
the evening of Kclimnr) 5 for the pur
pose of electing tiustccs 12crj mem
ber Is requested to keep tills meeting In
The schooner Charles r.evl Wood
bury arrived In port yesterday nftet
i inn oi iniiiy-six flours irom lino
She brought a load of wood which
wk discharged on tho irmgnrd wharf
and Is now taking on a lo.ul of gencr
al merchandise. Khe will probably
sail ror llllo on Tiiesila) of tho com'
Pin Ber Knae of tho steamer Is'llliau
leports that lino weather wns cxperl
enced whllo the steamer was dlsehare
lug at Piinnhiu. When slio lelt Ilonn
npo. however, it wns commencing to
blow n gnlc. Honunpo was cleaned
out. II A. Co, started to grind on
January 31 No communication could
be had with llonol.ua and Kukiilhncle
II! Kill! ROAD
The PnclOc Heights Klcetrlc Itnll
way. which had to dis nntinv tun
ning the ram Friday morning owing
to the burning out of the field colls
In the generator nnd which had lo be
sent to the Coiit-t for repilrs, will he
In full operation by tliiH evening and
better prepared than over to handle
Its large passenger trnllle on Sunday
tomorrow, nod nt all times hereafter.
This very fortunnto turn of nffnlrs
has been made possible through the
asslstanco and courtesy of Manager
Pain of tho Trnmways Company, who
on learning of the circumstances and
realizing tho grent Inconvenlenro that
would follow the stopping of tho enrr
lor n period covering the time neccs
nnry to make repairs, ns a personal fn
vor to Mr. Dcsky, Immediately placco.
Ids now jno k. W. genorntor at his
stivlec, which, being of much greater
electrical elllelency tnnu tho ono In
lire, will enable tho company to put
on a regular 20 mlnuto schedule nnd
give a more rapid and satisfactory sur
vleo in every vvny.
Tho work of taking down tno old re
placing It with tho now generator liar
been curled on under tho personnl
direction of Superintendent JfeKee
with tho greatest possible dispatch
The residents of tlm Heights were but
little Inconvenienced by the stopping
of tno cars, the company having plae
ed carriages upon tho driveway to con
vey them to and from their residences
at tegular Intervals, this being tho on
ly Interference with tho regular tinvel
during the yenr anil a half tho road
has been In operation.
A eertuln minister nn the North
Side, desiring to combine work and ex
ercise, ordered a load of old-fashioned
four-foot coidwood from the denier, re
marking at the time that he deslicd It
that length that ho might have needed
exercise, In sawing and splitting It Af
ter he hud left, tho dealer could not
icslst n mild Joko. When the clergy
man went out in his hack jaid thai
evening to take his first gymnustlcs he
discovered In addition to the wood of
ordinary dimensions, thieo enormous,
knotty gnarly svenmore pieces, aeioss
each of which wns painted- 'This Is for
nxeriiko. IndlunHpollH News.
n ele lib line between Provldenie
and Won ester, piciposcs to eovei tin
lUtame ut a speed of -11 miles all hour
The time hi't in lived when the Knglisl
ctisiom should he adopted and no gradi
iiosHlngs permitted All new lallmadu
Htinni and elec trie, should he built il.
"ubwuvH or on tiestles
Ilk haul Croker didn't u-ciive a veiy
satisfying New Vein's gift from Jus
tice Scott, on the deelalon of the board
of elections that Belmont is the regu
lar cnndldato for Congicss lint Mr
Croker saya lin will pocket the gift for
the snlto of regularity. Iluffalo News.
s iVn Safisfifin
S A 4 2
Sk "' a A a Yes and nlwnw minim: 9
L n GftA
K. i''nz& hack for more that K th, a
CvtV V $ "
9 iv , tcf?1 ppeiteuce or nil who wni w
one week of
Interesting because they mean thnt you can get most of tho
goods mentioned tit this ndveitlseiuent at about half their regular
selling price nnd others far below- half.
Tho month of January is essentially n bargain month on ne
count of the reaction nfter the holiday trade. Wo nro In a position
to offer greater Inducements than any competitor on in count of be
ing out of the high rent belt We Intend to make this sale a hum
mcr nnd tho liargalus offeied here cannot be duplicated an j whore
ctso In tho city.
LADIES' SHIRT WAISTS
Bargains have often been of
fered In Shirtwaists, hut uover
before such a bargain ns we nre
going to orfer this week This
will make nil other shlttwnlst
bargains "look like thirty cents.
The waists nre mostly tho eele
brntcil "Derby llrand," and no
matter what the former price
was ou can tale your pick of
nil our Ladles Colored Waists
50 cents each
If thin doesn't sell nil our Col
ored Waists we miss our guess
TOWEL PRICES CHOPPED
CO Dozen Huck Towels at
90c per doz.
10 Dozen Wlilto Turkish Towels
$1.65 per doz.
Now wo nte going to make an
offer on White Shirtwaists.
ALL HATS THIS WEEK AT HALF PRICE.
PACIFIC IMPORT COMPANY, "
ProjlrcHH Utoclc. Port Street.
GLIINTOIN J. MUTCHIINS,
FIRE -Jfe. W MARINE
McIIVERISV block:. PORT ST.
No More Dread
of the Dental Chair
TEETH EXTRACTED AND FILLET)
VDSOLUTELY WITHOUT PAIN U)
mr late scientific method applied to th
turns. No Bleep-producing agents ot
These aro the only dental parlors lc
Honolulu having PATENTED APPLI
ANCES and Ingredients to extract, 01!
ind apply gold crowns and porcelain
Towns undectecable from natural teetb
ind warranted for ten years, WITH
JUT THE LEAST PAIN. All work
Jono by GRADUATED DENTISTS of
from 12 to 20 years' experience, an'
sack department In charge of a Special
.st Olve us a call, and you will find
is to do exactly as we advertise. W
vlll tell you In advanco exnetly whit
our work will cost by a FREE EX
Hot Teeth SBOO
Jold Crnwntt $5.00
Gold iMIIIndR $1-00
Our name nlone will oe u gunrante
'hat your work will be of tint beat.
New York Denial Parlors
twin 4, Elite Uutldlng, Hotel 8lre'
i T.ADIRR IN .TTKNT)ANCK
Hours, 8 n. m. to 6 p. tn,
J Sundays, 9 a. m. to 12 m.
i. at iviajnb
NtlJIIl.. k SWUTKIkim
" MHQ. i
Lots of other makes nre
said to be as good Inn not
JiiKt the Fame We have vet
to find n dissatisfied pur
chaser of a pair of ihi J.isi
lv ec lebrateo shcn
SHOP STORF Z
Ladies' While Shirt Waists
Regular Jl Waists, sizes TC
3G, 3S, 40, cut tu .. I Ol;
Itegular 1 1 Waists sizes J nr
32, 34. 3G and 3S. cut to OliZJ
ltegula)- (j Wnlsts sizes n nn
3'.' 31 3C nnd 3b cut to i.UU
Clearing Up Sale of
Navy IJluo Percale Wrap
pers, were ll.SO.Snlo prico
Percale Wrappers (light
and dark shades) $1 73.
Percale Wrappers (most
ly light shades) 2.
Sale price ...
Percale Wrappers (dark
colors) $2. Sale price
All our $2.50 Wrappers
on sate at
E. W. JORDAN
I IN STILL HOLDING I
BIG DISCOUNT SALE
IN ALL DEPARTMENTS
iih you will find on enquiry
PRICU8 CUT TO CLUAP.
'.Tn 'ii riTittiiirfiwialmiirBwii liliiii 1 i AiMitlHrriJiriliiii"- -ml iJltvWatWiaiirLaliiirT.i f
J. H. FISHER
Slock and Bond Brokers.
FIRE ASSOCIATION, of Philadelphia
WESTERN ASSURANCE CO, of To
Offices Stanaenwald Blda., Mn
HONOLULU 6TOCK I2XCIIANCB
Honi.lulu, Jinuary ;i, qz
NAME OF STOCK I pffl'jj f ?' B,i '"
C. Bftwr CoiTPn . eoo.fys' ii o$
N S SlctllDO Cn.l't 6o,M loo if,
L R. Km U Co., Ul . tx.a y at
Ewa Pttnlntlnn Co . ,ooo,ono tlVf tjS
MftwitUnArrtctiln'nlCo i,cx,cto to? . . n
Hwat!inCoiM 8cSu Co t.Jif.TSOl oo
Hiwtlun Sucir Co i t.oooool to it
Honomu SuRir Co ts.oc o ..
HonoViicSuRir Co imwn to ifl ..
Hi'ku Suer Co I $oo,oro loo to
Kihitku PUnlAtlon Co ln.n.x, o t.lf tt.
KtlKl Plant Co 111. Mm1 jo nV, ...
K'.ihiilu Safit Co . . i6o,ow tut M
Kulna Suar Co )oco' im .)
McHrydbuCo.,Ld , voo.ooc to 3
0hu Surar Co , s.ei,ooo too
Onomea Suzaf Co . i.co,ooo to ....
Ookala Suj;ar Plan. Co ' jao.o.'O a a
Olaa Su Co tM ai I &6$.oro ao 5 A
OU.SuCo LtJ fJupt t soo.coo to l
OIomhIu Comran 150,00,. too ,,. t4a
I'aauhaii Su plan Cn 5oou.onn 30
I'ailti "ucar Mill jooouo loo ., ft
Pala Plantation Ci 950.000 t ,
l',pftk.iSu('tti T3o,of' 110 ...... it.
Plnnovr Villi C 11 t jo,'xv too go
Plonwr Vlill Cn A. .a 500 000 loo
Walalna Akii C i a,snn,ooo too j) SU
VVa lukuSuLar Cn tos.ono loo
Walmanal isobar Co t)f,ono loo ijj ,,.,,,
Watmaa Vtlil Co lt),ono loo
WllJfr Sitam.lilp Co ooou .00 tia
lot,, M.njSl,mNCo ! " . '".
Ilavtallan Llntrh Co l ,Z " ,,
Hon Warn T & L Co S "" ."
V u tual telrrhim. Co ,',
Oalm H & L Co .0S000 too . il;. o
l'e.,-lf lir V R I c Co ',', 100 ;.
Tlrst National Hank
I itM A S llanli fc T Co
Hawaiian Cnv 3 par cent
IMo R k C 1 ft rr cent too
Holt Rarl.1 Transit tea
I a I'lantat n 1 r rant
Oahn R ft 1 1 ,. r,r t ltK
Oaltu P'antaiiiin (pt te.
Olaa Plantation 6 c.c
Walalua Aerkbl 6r tit
Tin Dole nteptniii of osterdny nft
ernotni Is di hi ribeil b society ladles
present ns having been one of tho
puttlest functions or the kind given
in Honolulu lor ninny seasons Mrs.
llnwes .Mrs Mott Smith Ilird. Miss
Nellie tVhlte Miss Annie I'arkc and
the MIkm'm Adams received with Mr.
Dole At the ten tables. Mrs. V. J.
Low rev and Mrs. (Seorge II. Carter
presided The Misses Mucfarlanp. tho
Misses Itartwell nnd Miss Mnrlon
Scott nsslsted in serving tho .refresh
ments. (old Is the tiett conductor of heat.
but stands seiuinTas a conductor ol
electrltltv Copper Is tho best con
ductor of electricity, nut stands fourth
ns conductor of heat.
WILLARD E. HUOWN.
V. A. lovi:.
Halstead & Co;;
ON SUGAR SECURITIES.
921 Fort Street
Stock and Bond Exchange.
STOCK AND BOND BROKER.
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE.
Orders for the purchase or sale ot
stocks and bonds earefuly and prompt
ly executed. Loans negotiated
Office Room 401, 4th floor, Stansen
wald Dido. Pottoffice box 390; Tele
phone Main 331,
BUILDING LOT FOR
Ill Knllhl; 11 acies. Approved title.
Prlco moderate. Apply to
JUDD &. COMPANY, LIMITED.
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