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F.VENINU BULLETIN, HONOLULU. II. T TUESDAY, TKI). 1, 1902
VJavfrU Wrt rt- I ItVlCT 1--J
WALL, NICHOLS GO,, LTD,
Two StorcH 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
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 uio food,
In our show window
this week wo display tho
finest breakfast foods
Pettljohn's Breakfast Food,
Cermea (in tins),
and many others.
Tclophono for your fa
vorite. Wo have it. .:
IloHton ISIocIc, Port St.
Telephone S, 24, Oii.
tl P. O. Box 380. It
It brings home
Havana to you
a Vox of 100 of our pure Ha
vana cigars In tho houso
means that you havo laid In
about fifty hours of solid en
joyment. Our choicest brands
LA BELLE ROSE
EL SACHEZ and HAYA
Havo your wife order n box
when Blio telephones for tho
LEWIS & GO.
:. LEADING GROCERS. .:
240 Three Telephones 240.
No one likes to wear glasses, hut
lie should he unfoi Innate indeed It
we woio deprived of tills artificial aid
to tnlllng lslon.
The next best thing to NO glass Is
tho satisfaction afforded hi linving the
We desire to make a walking adver
tisement of every person to whom we
sell glasses, and wo endeavor to do it
by giving tne greatest ease and com
lort any glass can nftoru.
Wo have tho adequate knowledge
nnd experience to enablo us to do this.
A. N. Sanford,
Boston Building, Fort Street.
The successful merchant
recognizes the Importance
of business system. This
lllii8trntlon shows the sim
ple process of building a
stack of sections with
EXPANSION ! SYSTEM.
Many labor saving devices
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, wo will bo pleased to
at bed rock prices
Prices of complete bed-room set
now in Htock.
Pine Bed-room Sets, 7 pieces,
Elm set, 7 pieces
Ash set, 7 pieces
Oak set, 7 pieces
Coyne Furniture Co.
DURABLE AND ACCURATE
The Keyitor.e Watch Csw
America's Oldest ant
Largest watch Factor)
Put Mftlu tl
The Principal watch
ueaiers in nawan
AN HOUR IN THE MORNING
THE SAME HOUR EVERY IViORNING
or nfternoon, given to dictation, wlh
keep your correspondence cleaned
up." Try It a mouth.
J. D. AVERY, Business Correspondem
Regularity) Certainty' Oeipatchl
Tel. Main 76. 9 5;45. Elite Bldg
JAPANESE MAY DIE.
Wutunabc. tin- Japanese whr. wn to
h.idly rut up In a drunken brawl at r.
place on lleretanla sheet, near lllvei
on Sunday last. Is still In :i eiy ; re
tnrlous state at tlie Queen s Hoi-iiltal
and may yet die. He Is tut about the
face, neck, arms, bunds and body.
Only one Japanese, JHyn by name is
being held at the police station on the
charge of assaulting Wntuncue, nl
though It Is contended by the friend
of the wounded man that there wer
at least three men who did the cutting.
The wounded man is a great big
fellow and is known throughout the
Japanese colony for ills skill and prow
ess In wrestling. Had there onlv been
Mlya to contend with, he would have
undoubtedly come oft without n
scratch. However. It If ttntec! by
friends of the wounded man that three
men attacked him with hnlw Mule
he was down.
Hid tiling Pined.
Tlie big gang of I'acIlU Mall wh.irf
gamblcis caught Satuiday appeared
In tlie Police Couit tills forenoon With
the exception of thicc unlives, all tbo
lemalnder pleaded gtilltj and ere
each fined $.1, without costs The gam
Is ono the police have been trjing to
break up for a long time and it is prob
able that the I'aclllc Mall wharf will
now bo free from gamblers for some
tlmo to come. Detective Kuapa wan
the officers who led the gijuad of raid
Ail''. j. f uU.uatonfly5j
boys' kkne i!
COMMITTEE MEETS AND
I'LANS FOR BIG MEET
Invitations Have Been Sent to Va
rious Athletic Organizations to
Attend a Conference to
Tho othletlr committee of tlif Itojs'
Drlgade met last night nt the home of
Tiieodoie Richards anil as a result nil
tbo athletic organizations of Honolulu
will be aked to Join lu a general atli
kllc meet to be decided on later The
Invitations to tin- school athletic or
ganization and the ctt niganlzatlons
are being sent out todn). In throe In
vltatlons the tcn.uet Is made that each
organization appoint n delegate to at
tend a general conference nt which
time the date of the meet will be do
ld"d on ami the program of events ar
ranged. The committee which met
Inst night consists of the following:
W W HnirK ('. Tracy, M A t'heek
and K II Clark. Tluo fom men nie
well known as supporters and workers
is behalf of good dean spoit.
The Idea of the committee of the
Hoys' Ilrlitade Is to lime a b' field day
la which all the school and town nth
let ic organizations aie expec ted to par
ti' Ipate. The proposition Is to raise
money foi n large athletic field In tho
tenter of the city and within easy
nath of everyone This Is a most wor
thy object and should meet with the
hearty support of eery good citizen.
Good healthful exercise goes ham! I'l
hand with education and that Is what
the Hoys' Ilrlgadc mnnageis are trying
tc Institute. The Illshop Kstnte has
deeded fle acies of land Ju,t oft Vine
yard street, on the Wnlkikl side of
N'luanu stieain, for an athletic Held for
1 1 hi llcs' Ilrlgnde.
The athletic committee has about de
cided to piopose at the confeience In
the neighborhood of fourteen standard
iithlttlf events geueially adopted for
t'lg meets elsewheie. At Jiesent, the
MoutiiW lire not available for Ufce ns
thf nre unginded. With the money
lr( m the athletic meet, the Held can
bf put In pood shape.
The committee bus met with encour
jf,i.ictit from the teprosentntlve busl-
nsh men of the city In the shape of
medals for the dlffeient events nnd the
ommlllee feci satisfied In making the
-tfitement thut the medals will be
worth the effort of any athlete expect
tng to take pait In the big event.
It Is the opinion of some tli.it th-
comlng loufeieiwe may result In ths
formation of an .ltliletlc aoi Intton to
look after athletic matteis generally
in tlie same wa as the iobIhj nso
'lation Includes all mitutlc events in Its
WE 0FFI6ER8 IN
I KillI WITH Id
It was at about 10 o'clock last night
hat a message was sent to the pu
Ice station fiom the0. It. & I,, depot
lint two white men Had been found
m n box car lu the railway yards Of
flceiH Nalpo and Miileliner weie nt
ince despatc bed to tho scene In the
patiol wagon, 'i.iey wore tnken to the
plate designated by the watchman, tlie
iiatrol vvngou being left some distance
Tho olllcers found the men asleep
u the (tir and told them to get tip.
Smith, the smaller one of the two,
:cit out of ..if car, but tile big fellow,
unknown to the police, kept holding
back, pretending to fix his clothes.
Smith was parleying with the offi
ce rs and made an attempt to get
l.vuy from .Muleltnur. I lie big fellow
v.ho was being watched by Nnlpo slid
Jenly grappled with that olllcer aud
failed to Smith to do something to
:et nway .Muleltner arcw a revolver
tin Smith wilted, although on the way
o the patrol wagon, later on, he mad
i determined effort to get away
In the meantime Nalpo was having
t hard time with tlie big man, It was
i continual wrestling match nnd. hnv
ng neither club nor revolver, he was
lanturnppeil. Suddenly tho fellow
irobii nnd started off on a run. Nalpo
liter him. 'ihc old night watchman
eveled his tevolver. hut the escaping
nan Knocked it out of his baud and
'cept on going until ho was lost in the
larl.ness. Ho left his hat behind nnd
Miiieltner snjs lie would recognize the
fellow weie lie to see him again
Smith, a most sullen-looking chap
was nrrnlgned before Judge Wilcox In
he Police Court this forenoon nnd war
;iven two month Imprisonment nt
hard labor on the ehargo of vagrancy
It Is thought by some of the pollen
'hat tlie men know something about
he recent lobbeiles safil to havo been
committed by two white men.
At Ynrmouth. England the Town
Council emplo)H n band, ceitulu
months of the eui-: to nla twice ckillv
'n Wellington tiiuilens, wheie u charge
31 a penny a neaci is mane or .iiimls
blon The receipts duilug the teieiii
seapou weie fia.GUu.
Of Inieiest to him "Did j on notice
Miss Sharp, that uu idiot has been rc-
stoicd to his light mind b a elevah
surgeon?" "Yes. Mr. Kliitlerby, I no
tlced the item and was just going to
nil our attention to it " -Clovelanc!
I h r I jr.
(VV Itll MIS'
AI.I.II I IMrU "Help
pensotv is gu ir.intc-ej
all tile aiutue nroorr-
t'c-s ,,t tin- espimivr h-lls now sold bv
Jo tors and JroKgists. It give, .tvery
-t run k current ol electric Hv ,inj is ei'llv
regulated. H'n.iiJ to supersede others. Can
be had from the undrrsignej onlv ; no
acents; no ijcmmt. Circular free. Address
Pierce KlcctrU Co , 206 I'ost St., San
Pranclsco. Sent free to Hawaii for &H.00
ISStW BELT f'
LOCAL AND GENERAL
The Bulletin's special Industrial edl-
tlon can be obtained at this office or
the news-stands. Price 25 cents.
Q. II. Hcrrey's office, S Campbell bid. '
Notice Is called to the special m.iitv
zinc offer appearing In this Issue
I.nst night's wind mnde tlie tile-
phones play I leak music In houses ,
Nicely furnished rooms, Popular
House. 1213 Fort St.. $1.60 per week up
Notice to the Indies selling lb kit'
for the Calico ball appears illicit t N'i vv
A now fence dividing' the ()c ennlc
from the Allen street uhnrf, has l n
Notice of tho election Of olllcets of
the Pacific Milt Co., Ltd. appears limb r
No evldcueu was taken lu Hie Wndi ,
trial this morning, the Jury being e
eiiscd until 2 p. m.
Collector of Customs I. 11. Htnck-
nble, who has been III of late. In now '
regaining his lieah.i.
It. It. lleig. inanngtr of M S. fliln
I'aiim i Co, Ltd. wns exiuml fiom
the trial Jury for tho term. '
Do jou need a now lawn mowi i V.
O. Hall & Son have Jtiit received ,i new '
stock of the veiy best make I
Leo Toma & Co., Ltd., 33 King street,
today sell their good Manila cigars
fiom $.1.50 to $5.00 per hundred.
Tne work on tno Mattnn Lna wharf
lias neon completed and shows great
Improvement over tlie old Inndiim'
The retnlniug wall for the slip ol iho
Illshop Kstnte lias been completed and
dredging will begin In n few ilnvn j
I'Tres on the Capitol grounds fnrm
this morning suggested n new c lear
Ing. Potatoes glow well in burnt land. I
Company II, National Guard of Ha '
wall, wilt have drill tonight nnd nil
members nro reciuested to bo present
Trees In the Capitol grounds which
Interfered wlin the electric wires along
King street were trimmed this motn
Subscription to the iiullctln Wo
man's Home Companion, and Cosmo
politan, special offer appeals In tills Is
Bourbon Whiskey, 0 years old, $3.50;
Claret, 50 cents; Sherry and Tokny, 75
cents a gallon at Hoffschlacger Co.'u,
A. N. Sanfonl. optician. Iloxton
building, has complete facllltlc- foi
making and repairing ghisnes Si e ml
in this Issue.
Charles Mnlteno. formerlj of .Mei -
chatii stieet, has u opened his shaving
pallors on King btrect, opposite the
The itergstrom Music Company lins
a siunboaicl In the .icitul htreet stoiri
(if 111., Ynlttli? Iillllilinir fiettltu- ffirtli
that it will occupy the premises.
Clarence M. White Is doing nicely,
after having uiidcigune an operation,
at tlie Queen's Hospital. It Is ex
pected lie will be out again In about
Ono of the members of Hognn's mln
strel company Is Just now hclnti
watched by tlie police. Mr. Hcignn ne
cusch him of stealing a $:." Panama
hat trnm him.
The bJtkcntlno Irmgard. Captain
Schmidt, will sail for San I'TniuUio
on Wednesday, Feb. 5 at 1 p in. Pur
freight or passage apply to I'. A
Sthaefer & Co., Agents.
Tlie big German ship Agnes sailed
for the Coast thh morning. She hui
been dcla)cd for several da.vs trim
ming cargo of which there are loijn
tons for San i'Tanclsiu.
In the else of KnploTanl Hstate vs
Kunccilie Itauch tlie plaintiff, ami In
that of Harrison vs. Magoon and oth
era the defendants, have until Mmc.h 1
to flic bills of exceptions.
I1' I. Waldron, who has ictlncl from
Ihc paitneishlp funneily existing be
tween himself and W. WoKeis, lias le-
sumed n general lommlKSloii business
In olllces In tlie Sprecktls building.
lu the suit of Cheo Kit vs. Leo Lung
lor $1000 damages for assault, Judgu
Humphreys sustained tho demurrer
nnd allowed tne plaintiff leave to file
an amended complaint on or before the
Demurrer was overruled by Judge
Humphreys lu the suit of Chnrles K.
ruwt for $12,tot) against Komi Sugar
Company, nnd defendant given ten
Jays to answer. The suit was 'brought
or Inst February term.
Tlie appeal of" plaintiff In tlie case
Of Lovejoy & Co. Vs. Wnlkikl lleach
Co. has been discontinued before
Judge Humphreys. Plaintiff lost it
suit for a balance of $01 on account
before District Magistrate Dickey.
Captain Nicholson of the steamer
Hcleuu has been through the hands of
the Inspectors of Hulls and Ilnllets
and has been grunted n ceitlllcalM ot
unlimited tonnage for sail and to 2m
tons lu steam vessels on an ocean
The new Brownie camera lit t'l Is n
narvel; takes pictures !Vi by 3,i. lui
wn lludeiu fir vertical or licit izoiital
.ilctuies. Iteuieuibcr the piho Is oul)
wo dollarb at Honolulu Photo Suppl)
netween 7 and S o'cloik last night,
someone eiiteled the pervunts' qunrteis
nu the premises of II. A Jaeger, near
the coiner of King and Punchbowl
stiects, and stole $10 In cash, together
with some Jewelry.
An Pol, the Chinaman who wns
caugnt lu n Japanese store last night
wiiue lu the act of dipping Into tlie till,
wus this morning given six months
Imprisonment h judge Wilcox in th
I'ollee Coiiu this forenoon on tho
charge of vagrancy.
T. 11. Lnhllahl. jouug Hawaiian died
at Pearl City last night after a long
siege of consumption. For a year he
stayed with llaiiy Meemano. messcn
ijer In the Governor's olllce. and then
obtained a home with another Mend
for the last of his das
The IIi'V l)r IMward Wvei'H ,lalc
will be hO je.us old on ThuiaJ iv pill
.1. Plans have boon begun to remains..
flttlni:l the day with a cclcbiailnu lu
tluuiil in Its chunii ti r
l)r Paul Gamier the i-n-mli stalls
tic Ian, S11.VH Jiiveulli irimlnallt) i
relatively iin rinsing, ami he attiibiitis
tlie evil to alcoholic neiedlty.
llunipe has He reigning Princes
wliu are over SO jenrs old and nlng
others who are more than 70.
IN TAFFETA SILKS
Not a permanent reductlm but merel for one wei k to keep
tin stock moving All our $1 and SV Tnffeln Silks Ibis week lit
Out SI 10 qualities of PauVtu
in "old nt 7'ie.
We nu- oflerlng tno rolls m tin finest
fanc.v CbliicMe nnd Japanese Mattings
hoitv.v nuallt.v. handsome designs, spe
cial at $! " per roll or An Minis
BLANKETS DIRECT FROM THE MILL
Nights nre chill) now aud good,
warm blankets are 11 comfort unci a
necessity We have on display In the
store lim pairs or lux I blankets sell
lug this week $1 per pair
EXTRA WIDE MOSQUITO NETTING
One hundred Inches wide nt $3.5o
Exceptional values offered. Nos 10
mid Co nll-sllk ribbon nt -.c yard
SALE OF GINGHAMS
One case of checked glngnnins for
children's wear. 5c per yard.
EMBROIDERIES AND INSERTIONS
Large new stock of embroideries
with insertion to match. Just opened
We have them In all widths at ic
0 1 Ue. lite lL'le luo anil lfii per vtinl
NEW DRY GOODS
Pnpllllou In prott) designs and
choice vniletv of shndo also now inn
t.-ilals of Cnglish maimrnitiiK suit
obk for golf shirt-
CLIINTOIN J. HUTCHIIN.S,
McIlNERiNY BLOCK, PORT ST.
No More Dread
of the Dental Chair
TEETH EXTRACTED AND FILLED
VRSOLUTELY WITHOUT PAIN bj
mr late scientific method applied to tht
urns. No sleep-producing agents ot
These nre the only d:nUl parlors Id
tlonolulu having PATENTED AI'PLI
VNCES and ingredients to extract, fill
ind apply gold crowns and porcelain
rowns undectecable from natural teetb
ind warranted for ten years, WITH
OUT THE LEAST PAIN. All work
lone by GRADUATED DENTISTS ot
from 12 to 20 years' experience, an
mch department In charge of a Special
cat. Give us a call, and you will find
is to do exactly as we advertise. Wt
will tell you In advance exactly what
your work will cost by a FREE EX
Set Teeth 6K.O0
Gold CrownH SB. 00
Oold FIlllnJtH SI.OO
Silver Pilling SOc
Our name uiuuu ui ui a ttuurantr
chat your work will be of the best.
New York Dental Parlors
loom 4, Elite Dutldlng, Hotel Strew
I ATMW IN ifPNTMNCF
Hours. 3 a. m. to C p. m.
Hundaya. 9 a. m. to 12 m.
Yes and nlwn nunc V
ha- k fur n.'in tl .
i nh if"ti' ' m all w I", w ar
I.oti of nt hi r tnal - ore
said to hi an good but not 9
Just the same c bav yet a
to fltnl a illssiitWfli d pur 0
chaser of a pair of t lii- just m
ol' brilloel lc
Itu liulliig Chnngenbli Silks will
E, W. JORDAN
I IS STILL HOLDING I
BIG DISCOUNT SALE
IN ALL DEPARTMENTS
imjiiu will Unci n enquiry
IM1ICH8 CUT TO CLUAIJ
J. H. FISHER
Stock and Bond Brokers.
FIRE ASSOCIATION, of Philadelphia
WESTERN ASSURANCE CO,
Offices Stangenwald Bldj, Mtt
HONOLULU HTOCK UXCIIANGB
Honcluli., I'eruarv 4, 1002
NAMF OF STOCK
Stfiup I? "','
C. Brwfr A Concern
NS SachiDO do.fl ,
L.B. Kerr Sc Co., LU
Ewi PlintttloP Co ...
If twallan Aencut-uratCo
HlwtlunCom Ac Su Co
Mtwillan Sujtar Co
Itonomu Suerar Co
Hiikcl SuKr Co
Ktliultu I'lintjtlon Co
Klvahulu Suetr Co
KoIom Sue ar Co
0tiu Sctear Co , .
Ookala Suear Plan Co
Olaa Su Co III . ill
OlnaSuCo LU r-Jur .
1 MhwhIci Cnispanc
Pjuliau Su Plan C .
I'a Itu Suirar .Mill
Paia Plantation Co
IVrlcc' Suit'T Ch . j
Plonrrl Villi Cm
I'lunrrf Mill C Av:
Walilua Ac-ti c, I
v eiukuuear c-'i
Wa.mca .Ml. I Co
WllJr Stramhlo Co
Intrr-Slani Steam N Co
llavcaiian I Irttrlc Co
Hon WajrU T c L Ci
Mutual Tclerhone Co
Oahu Rv & L Co
Prorlr Ice l K I e Co
I Iim National llmk
Hawaiian c,ov i rr cent
HtloRRCo d per cent
Hon Rapid lranOt
I a Planul n 6 frr rent
canu k n i. co rer t
Oahu Plantation 6 f c
Olaa Plantation 6 p. c
n aiaiua cencul ip c
My 111 st Is in vvh,
Hut not in do
My second Is In blue
Hut not lu pink
.My third is In sigh.
Hut not In trouble.
My fotiitli Is In two,
Hut not in one.
My lirth Is In man.
Hut not In beast.
My sixth Is In Iron.
Hut not in steel.
My seventh Is in now.
Hut not in old.
My eighth Is lu In.
Hut not In out.
My ninth Is in stnr.
Hut not in moon.
My tenth Is In tree. 1
Hut not in shrub
.My elovn..i is In evo, ;
Hut not In morn.
.My twolcih is In run, ',
Hut not In walk.
And all (iirm together a '
Church of which we talk.
The evening nulletln. 75 cents per
wiLLAnn k nnowN.
W. A. LOVE.
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 of
stocks and bonds enrefuly and prompt
ly executed. Loans negotiated
Office Room 401, 4th floor, Stangen
wald Bldg. Poitoffice box 390; Tele
phone Main 331.