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KVEN1N0 nULLCTIN, HONOLULU, H. T.. WEDNESDAY, FEH. 6, 1902.
WALL, NICHOLS CO,, LTD.
Two Stores In One.
The successful merchant
recognizes the Importance
of business system. Thin
illustration shows tho sim
ple process of building a
stack of sections with
EXPANSION : SYSTEM.
Many labor saving devices
in this system which wo will
be pleased to show and ex
plain to you whether you in
tend to buy or not. Remem
ber, wo will be pleased to
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 extraagant but posi
tively Injurious. Health,
happiness and tempera
ment largely depend on
the quality and charac
ter of mo food.
In our show window
this week wo display the
finest breakfast foods
Pettljohn's Breakfast Food,
Germea (In tins),
and many others.
Telcphono for your fa
vorite. Wo have It. .:
Boston lllock, Port St.
Telephones 22, 24, 02.
II l. O. Box 380. II
It brings home
Havana to you
a box of 100 of our puro Ha
vana cigars in tho houso
means that you have laid in
about fifty hours of solid en
joyment. Our choicest brnnds
LA BELLE ROSE
EL SAGHEZ and HAYA
Have your wife order a box
when sho telephones for tho
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
8TREET, OREGON BLDG.
Wo extend a cordial invita
tion to our friends and the
general public to visit us In
our New Home, which we In
tend to mako tho "Model Book
and Stationery Store" of the
city. A kindly welcome will
be extended to all whether
purchasers or friendly callers.
J. M. WEBB,
No one likes to wear glasses, but
wc should bo unfortunate Indeed If
wo were deprived of this artificial aid
to falling vision,
The next best thing to NO glass Is
the satisfaction afforded by having the
We desire to make n walking adver
tlsoment of overy person to whom wo
soil glasses, and wo endeavor to do It
by giving tuo greatost caso and com
fort any glass can attorn.
Wo have tho adequato knowledge
and experience to enable us to do this.
A. N. Sanford,
Boston Building, Fort Street.
at bed rock prices
Prlcett of complete bed-room hcts
now in Htocb.
Pine Bed-room Sets, 7 pieces,
Elm set, 7 pieces - - 32,00
Ash set, 7 pieces - - 35,00
Oak set, 7 pieces - - 40.00
Coyne Furniture Go.
- UATPUCC Ul
DURABLE AND ACCURATE
The Keyitone Watch Case
Co., 1-SMM.ISHir. !&M
America's Oldest and
Largest Watch Factory
I'or miiIu by
The Principal watch
Dealers in Hawaii
AN HOUR IN THE MORNING
THE 8AME HOUR EVERY (MORNING
or afternoon, given to dictation, will
keep your correspondence "cleaned
up." Try It a month.
J. D. AVERY, Business Correspondent
Regularityl Certainty Despatch!
Tel. Main 76. 95:45. Elite Bldg.
DRILL SHED HAS BEEN
Ladic3 Have Been at Work All Day-
Hall Presents Gala Appearance
Promise of a Large
The decoration of tho drill slid H
rapidlj progressing so that bj tonight
the. hall will offer an aspect the beatitv
of which has seldom been seen befoi
The ladles of the decoration commit
teo hnvc exercised excellent taste In
their work having hail an ce not einlv
to what would be tho most beautiful
but also to what would be the coolest
and most comfortable furnishing. A
a consequence, a departure has been
made from the usual rtislam of hang
ing the walls of the hall Ihlckli with
flags and banners, as tills has bee
found to be rather heating Onlj com
paratively few Hags have been placed
on the walla
On the right hand side an cnoimou
German Imperial banner occupies th"
middle square. This flag belongs to
tho Herman consulate and was furnish
ed by .Mrs. II. A Isenberg. who Is tho
chairman of the decoration committee
On the opposite side an American, a
French and lings of other nations are
draped while a Hawaiian banner occu
pies the place of honor over the plat
form where Captain Merger and tho
band arc to be seated,
The principal decoration of the walli
consists of palm leaes, branches of
various trees and flowcis and som
very prettj effects have been brought
out by winding red blossoms among
the graceful branches of Immboo topi.
In the corners prctt arrangements of
potted plants and llovvcis have been
made. Overhead long rows of flags
have been suspended from corner tu
corner. The floor committee visited
the hall this morning to make arrange
monts for the preparation of the Moor
In order that It may be In good shape
for tlie dancing tonight.
Theic will bo no grand march at the
opening of the ball The dancing will
commence at 8 o'clock. Onlj the main
entrance to the drill shed will be used
us the Miller street entrain e I no
I)r Grossman has been chosen aj
floor manager. Fred Angus. John So
rer, Frank Armstrong. Lionel Halt
S. Allen Walker and C. Arthur Mack
intosh will be the ushers It is re
quested that while the guests are as
sembling In the hall an Informal
promenade bo Indulged In for a half
hour before the first vvnllj: in niile
that the viu tons costumes mu he seen
IN HIS ATTITUDE ON
THE SALOON QUESTION
Government Should Be Ashamed of
Its Connection With Saloon
Under the caption, "(Jo eminent nud
the Saloons " The 1'rlend edited b
Rev. S. E. lllshop publishes the fol
Wo grcatl) ii'grct to criticize ad
versely the attitude taken by Gov em
or Dole towuids the liquor trallle, bo
cause wo thoroughly know him to be
both an enlightened and conscientious
official. Hut his long familiarity In
dealing with the business seems to
bavo rendered him In pome degree In
sensible to Its actual turpitude. Wu
refer to his expression which we heard
him use. "I am not ashamed to say
the Government Is in the business, and
responsible to a large extent."
It seems to us that this Is not the
attitude which the Government can
prupeily occupy towards n trallle in
Intoxicants which Is devoted tn
tempting the purchasers. It may pos
sibly he the duty of tho Government
to conduct dispensaries, where no In
ducenients, temptutlons or solicita
tions aro made to puiehaseiH. Hut not
so with saloons The proper attitude
of the Government In Hint of n restrict
lng and discouraging agency toward
that which Is eil and destructive to
mm loty. but which i. io law forbids It
to supplies The iiioue) deilved from
tho licenses should he legarded as In
tho natuie of a fine going toward
meeting the Immense police and pi Is
on expenditure consequent on the evil
The Go eminent should not In any
bonne he in the saloon business, and
should he ashamed to be thought so
It should be hostile to It. It Is u
shameful business, and a deep dlsgrac I
to all who participate in it. because It
Is devoted to turning men Into drunk
ards, and thus destiovlng them lu
bod) and soul
I N l.lllen..ial, the visiting picsl
dent uf the Anglo California Hank,
made an extensive visit to tno Oahn
Railway & Land Company's property
lu 1'alanm jestcrday He wns accoin
panied by Huperlnteudeiit Dcnlson and
i:. i:. Puxton of the Dillingham Com
panj Mr I.llk nth.il wux shown tliu
machine shops, the wharves, ware
houses and freight carriers. Mr. I.lll
cnthal was especially Interested in tin
methods of handling freight espiv
dally sugar, unci made a thorough In
spectlon of the methods employed bj
the company lu tho use of enrrlois. i tc
Ho was well satisfied with nil he saw
and expressed ills unstinted appiovul
Tlie Mlniiobotu Hoard of t'ontiol ro
centlv bought two tons of i-huwliig to
bacco mid half a ton of smuklng tobac
co for the ImimteB of the statu Institutions.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
The Bulletin's special Industrial edi
tion can be obtained at this office or
the news stands. Price 25 cents.
Q. II. Herrey's ortlce, 8 Campbell bid.
The schooner Honolptt Is loading
sugnr nt Electa
The bark W. II. Flint It at Mal.n
well loading sugar.
The Hoard of Health meets this af
ternoon nt 3 o'clock.
The schooner Susie I'liimmer sailed
from Maknwell yesterday
Nicely furnished rooms, Popular
House. 1219 Port St. 11.50 per wek up
Sugar on Kauai nt the .....erent plan
tatlons totals 07,589 bags ready for
Judge Estco today granted addition
al five dajs for the tiling of briefs In
the beer license case.
The German ship Marie Haekfeld
made the trip from tno Horn to till J
poit In thirty live days.
The schooneiH Twilight nnd Allen
Kimball were discharging ut Knloa
when tue Mlkahnla loft.
The Mllcahala, from Knual. arrived
bote this morning with tsuu bags ot
sugni for the C. D. Hrjant.
The Hobrou Drug To offer to the
public something that will luteu'st
ou. See their ad In tills If sun
The now wharf ninuka of the mil
toad wharfs will be finished nnd ready
for occuiuncy about the end of tn
John Anderson nnd M. Gulnvlnhci
two sailors, were arresteil today nt
about 1 p, in. on a warrant for assault,
Hourbon Whiskey, years old, $3.60;
Claret, 50 cents; Sherry nnd Tokay, 75
cents a gallon at Hoffschlaegcr Co.'s,
Aklma was fined J.'O and costs In the
Police Court today on the charge of
having die fa tickets In possession
The man Is an old offender.
I.ee Toma & Co . Mil.. 33 King strete.
have received a second lot of "Isabella"
cigars. Good and cheap Five cents
will give you n good smoke.
The Norwegian ship Prince Uiuls Is
ready for sea but on account of the se.
Hems Illness of the mnte the captain
will not Ball until the sick man Is bet.
Mrs. John i:na Is entertaining Geti
cial Wnrlield, Mr. .dnhoncy and Mr.
and Mrs. Stephenson nnd several local
people at her Manon home this niter-
In the Police ("outr today M. Telxlcrn
and J. Santos, two Portuguese charged
with larceny In the second degree, were
committed to the Circuit Court foi
.luilgo Humphreys Is trying the
(Joining & Hutzkc vs. I.ee Chit, as
sumpsit, with a Jury this afternoon.
Sol Mahelona vs l.ukc Kiilolou, quiet
ing title, will be next In order.
The Home Ilule resolution relating
to the alleged employ incut of Asiatic
labor by representatives of the I'nlted
States Government goes forth In th
Alameda to Washington this ufternoon
The new Hrownlo camera nt $2 Is n
marvel; takes pictures L'li by 3',. has
two finders for vertical or horizontal
pictures. Itemenibcr the price Is only-
two dollars at Honolulu Photo Supply
Co. Pang Hoy. bankrupt, has yielded a
98 per tent dividend to creditors, ac
cording to tlie report of W. W Thayer,
trustee, lllcd In the l'edcral court this
morning Judge Estee referred the re
port to W S Fleming, trustee
On the wny from Europe the Ger
man ship' Marie Haekfeld spoke and
provisioned the llrltlsh bark Karl
Granville, from I.obos do Afuelra foi
Client. The bark arrived at her destl
tuition on Doe-ember 31st after a very
There was a runaway of a big bay
horse attached to a light rig on Port
street yesterday afternoon The horse
came around Queen street and was on
a dead galop outside Lowers & Cooke's
when he slipped and fell. Officer Toma
Abey who happened to be near at the
time, rushed up nnd stopped the hors-)
from going farther The outfit was
taken to the police station where the
owner called later on.
Vtf, - .
Ye and n'n.n 'omlt.p
bark for moi. that i- tb
experfrnir ri all ulm wear
Hanan's Shoes I
Lots of ot In r make nro
said to be n good bn' not 9
Just the sanii haw vet a
tn find a di-attI-nid p ir 9
dinner of a pair of tin- ju- .m.
1" c I. 1)1 at"! stir. 9
MclNERNY SHOE STORE
Advertisements Changed Mondays.
The Home Itulcrs arc proving them
selves consistent In tho matter of pro
testing against tho employment of
Asiatic labor on any of tho public
works of the Territory. The fight Is
not confined to tho representatives of
tho Federal Government here as will
bo seen by the recent determination of
the Home Rule party
There has been somo very quiet In
vestigation going on with the result
that, at the meeting ot tho executive!
committee of till' Home Rule party, to
be held tomorrow night, there will be
Introduced a resolution protesting
against the employment of Asiatics un
der the public works department of th
It Is stated by the Home Itulcrs that
contracts have been given out lately tn
men who employ Japanese to do their
work. One of the natives Interested In
the matter of bringing In the resolu
tion pertaining thereto was asked this
morning how tho public woiks depart
ment could possibly know what la
boreis would be employed by various
contractois to whom contracts were
nwarded. This answer camo as quick
as a Hash
"The Superintendent of Public
Works should make a stipulation in all
advertisements for bids that no Asia
tic labor shall be employed In doing
"This thing Is getting too serious for
us to overlook any longer. The Asia
tics are simply taking the bread right
out of our mouths. They work at
everything now unil It is n very hard
thing for n native to get a Job Just
look at the way things ure tolng on
down along the water front
"If we get no protection from the
government, what are wo to do It Is
bad enough to have the work of pil
vute parlies done by Asiatics hut when
It comes tu substituting Asiatics for
American citizens on tho public works
then It Is Indeed time to mil a halt."
IN TAFFETA SILKS
Not n permanent reduction hut merely for one week to keen
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mi- ii iihjiuik ;u our l nun .,p iniTetn silks this wu-k nt
Guc Oui $1 1" qualities of Talletn Including Changeable Slll.s will
be sold at Tc.
We tin offe ring 1011 lolls oi the line st
famv Chinese- nnd Japanese Mattings
heavv qualltv handsome designs, spi
cial nt i. ",o per roll or 10 yards
BLANKETS DIRECT FROM THE MILL
Nights nro chilly now nnd good
wnuu blankets nre n comfort nnd a
necessity. We have on display In Huston-
ion pairs of 10l blankets sell
lng this week $1 per pair.
EXTRA WIDE MOSQUITO NETTING
One hundred Inches wide ot $3 Co
, . RIBBONS, RIBBONS
nueptlonnl v allien offered Nos to
nnd t.o nil silk ribbon at 2oc yard.
SALE OF GINGHAMS
One case of checked gingnnnis for
children's wear 5c per yard.
EMBROIDERIES AND INSERTIONS
I-irgo new stock of embroideries
with Insertion to match, just opened.
We have them In all widths at GJe.
C l-3c, luc 12Jc, loc nnil lGj per yard
NEW DRY GOODS
Papiltlun In pretty designs and
choice vuilety of shades, nlso new ma
terlals of English maiiufnctuic suit
able for golf shirts
PACIFIC IMPORT COMPANY, "
ProgrcHH ltloclc, Port Street.
CLINTON J. HUTCHIINS,
FIRE XfeJfr f MARINE
AlcINERIVV BLOCK. PORT ST.
J. H. FISHER
Slock and Bond Brokers.
FIRE ASSOCIATION, of Phlladelohli.
WESTERN A88URANCE CO, of Tf
Offices Stangenwald Blda, Mo
HONOLULU STOCK KXCIIANGH
Honolulu, frtTinrv 4, I002
NAME Or STOCK
kg?: ? bu A.h.
C. Ortircr Ac Compinv
N S Sch D O Co.t'l
L U. Km & Co.. LU 1
1 DfanlktlAM f
Hiwiliin Sitfrir Co .
Honomu Suer Co .
Honokia ugr Co
Haiku Sugir Co
Kthukij I'lintitlnn Co
Klhfll'UM Co Ltd.
Kfvthulu Suffir Co
Koloa Sugar Co
O'hu Surir Co ,
Oiomt Sugar Co
DnVala Ciiob tla " .
Ol.l Su Co. LtJ .ail
OiuSiCo IU pJur (I
Ol mhIu Com ram I
I'jauhiu u I'lan Co ,
I'au I'lanutmn C
rer- uEr C 1 .. I
1 in, r inn
i'lnn. 1 M.ll I ., A
WaUliu Afrt C
Wjimjml Sue it C
Wnmi Mill Co
itJer Stamhlp Co
irmr-jsianj tjtn r Co
llaujiiln I Ia-1. m.
Hon KylJ T fc L. Co
Mutual TTfhin I'r.
Ojhu Hi & l Co
t"r' Ur fc K I c Co
Ifst Nationjl Hank
Ir.l AS Eijnk & Tco
Hawaiian C,.iv 1 ret cnt
II1I0 M K Cu brwtfiil,.
Hon Hi-i4 lianMl
I Wat t'ljvrfat n t is-r ,.'
CM.uk cV H , rr. I.
Kuhu IMiniition p c l
Ota Plantation 6 p, c
Walatua Apfkul 6 p c u
1 60.01 n
1,000 000 1
l J t, 000
YOUNG IDEAS IN BOSTON.
A teae her hml In n renillng to her
Miting iiuiilln an ueiount of a man
who I111J llviil for Home' enrs ii)nn
the trontle-r When the story wns rp-Iiroiliiie-cl
h the ihllil to her surprhd
It re nl thnt h. Ilvfil for some )ears
"on his Iiont ear."
Anothci teacher renil that n gentle
nintt hail occtipicM for some time a
fine eouutrj seat ' Upon iisMng tlm
ihlhlren vvliat was meant hy n "eoun
tr sent." n el.-nd sllenee rclEneil till
otii' little fellow saiil he thought lie
hnevv. anil tn the Inquiry of the teach
er replied. "A milking stool!"
Still uuothi 1 hail liei-n leading to her
pupils about the rain One, being nsl
eil to write n little stor about th
rain, niter ilfi taring his Inablllt) to do
so. produced the following- "What
eloes the rain say to the eltistt 'I am
on to you nlul our name Is mud.'"
It hsK b.eu found that perhaps the
main reason why tuberculosis advance
to rapldl) at Hongkong Is that In moit
cases It Is .implicated with malaria
WILLARD E. BUOWN.
W. A. LOVn. !
FRANK HALSTEAD. i
Halstead & Go;;
ON SUGAR SECURITIES.
921 Fort Street.
Stock and Bond Exchange.
STOCK AND BOND BROKER,
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE.
Orders for the purchase or salo ot
slocks and bonds carcfuly and prompt
ly executed. Loans negotiated..,.).
Office Room 401, 4th floor, SUngen
wald Bldg. Postoffice box 390; Tele
phone Main 331,
No More Dread
of the Dental Chair
TEETH EXTRACTED AND FILLED
ABSOLUTELY WITHOUT PAIN bj
our late scientific method applied to the
gums. No Bleep-producing agents or
These are tho only dental parlors to
Honolulu having PATENTED APPLI
ANCES and Ingredients to extract. All
and apply gold crowns and porcelain
crowns undeclecable from natural teeth
and warranted for ten years, WITH
OUT THE LEA8T PAIN. All work
done by ORADUATED DENTISTS of
from 12 to 20 years' experience, an
each department In charge of a Special
1st Give us a call, and you will find
us to do exactly as we advertise. We
will tell you In advanco exactly what
your work will cost by a FREE EX
8ct Teeth S5.00
Gold Filling $I.OO
Silver rilllnfiH 50c
Our name alone will be a guarantee
that your work will be of the best.
New York Denial Parlors,
Room 4, Elite Building, Hotel Street
LADIES IN ATTENDANCE
I lours, 8 a, m. to C p. o.
Sundays, 9 a. m. to IS m.
E. W, JORDAN
l 18 STILL HOLDING
big - discount
sale - in - all
uk you will find on enquiry
PRICES CUT TO CLEAR