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MVENINU DULLKTIN, HONOLULU, II. T., FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1802.
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WALL, NICHOLS CO., LTD.
Two Stores In One.
The successful merchant
recognize the Importance
o( business system. This
Illustration shows tho sim
ple rirocess of building a
stnrl; of soetlons 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, we will be pleased to
yb-Sir f" Wo '",ve nevcr nfld a DCt'cr
I . I M ffl lf stock of furnltuie than at this
If ' "Ti i - I Ja y II time, and It will please us to
s4 1 f xj nnvo 'ou come and 6ee It. Not
JeJ VI JV t0 ''y but to look. You can
Tho excellent values we nro offering In handsome rockers win
prove Interesting to tho housekeeper and our assortment of styles
J. HOPP & COMPANY
Lending Furniture Dcnlci'ts.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
The Bulletin' special Industrial edl
tlon can be obtained at this office or
the news-stands. Price 25 cents.
I'urc bred poultiy at amtloti tomor
low Sec ,1ns. F. Morgan's rolumn
Auction sale of hay and lulled lnrlo
tomorrow by ,Ias. r. Morgan.
The round Master's notice of
eitrayn npepars unilcr New Today
A chance for tlioo fleshing n goo'
homestead Is mhertlsnl nndci Nee
Today. Collector SiacKnble rooched mail)
calls from Chinese muichaiits this
Tho American ship A. .1. Puller In
I1.IW tilt flftV.filirtit .Int.. fi.il. Ui-il.mii
against a couple of Poito Itleans who f0I. tn .,ort
tiavel about during the hours of the .
ocaicu icniiers ior water pipe anil
valves Is requested. Sec notice undei
MUST BEWARE OF A
I'OHTO KICAN PAIR
Who Prowl About During Day Time
S. F. Chilliugworth Tells of
Ills Experience Yesterday
FVopIe of the city aio warned
day In search of plunder. One Is a
vnmnn, who diesses ery respectably,
whllo tho other Is a tall man. The
former docs ti.e work while the latter
remains on the outside to Keep watch
and to give wnrnlng In rase theie Is
any danger of discovery S. F. (
llngworth, who lives at the corner ol
The annual meeting of the Knhiiliil
Railroad Co. Is called for the 13th See j
notice under New Today.
Work on the llealanl ways Is nearlv ,
School and Nuuaiiu streets, told tho I 'cimpleted and the road will be ren.l
following story nbout the couple to a
n il. tin repoitor today
1 arrived home nt n little before
4 o'clock yestciday nfteinnnn and went
Into the house by the front door. I
aw that my boys were out In the back
yard, and, taking the paper, went out
through my daughter's loom and sat
for boatR early next week
Cotton Ilrothors' big dioelgir Is on
the marine railway being put In coti-
dltlon for the haibor dredging
A Japanese laborer was Instiintlv i
klled nt I'aliala Mill on Hawaii Wi d
ncsdny by the lulling of a chimney
There1 Is n movement on foot
clown In one corner of the lannl. This ,,,., n,,,,,,.,,.,, .,, . , ...
j.ltc Is shaded b trees and n Japan- , nmoimt of om, , ,, ,
ete screen and no one enn s.-e a P-r-1 ,,,,,, tR. (c.1)t ()f (lll, (01.poni
son from tho street.
't was a pleasant afternoon and I
".at soon dozing. Suddenly 1 noticed
the t-hadow of a rocking chair near the
fron door move, and I Instinctively
turnd my head. I saw a I'orto Rlcan
with her hand on the casing of the
door, just In tho net of sneaking Into
th- front room. I called to her and
slit tihrunk back. I heard her say
tomtthlng, and then asked again what
fh'' wanted. She leplled that she
wlth"d to know the tlmo of the day. I
did not think anything wns wrong and
told her the time. Then It all flashed
(o mo that I saw tho woman and man
standing looking Into the Dickey place
at 1 went home.
'lly wife arrived at that moment
and I pointed out the woman, who
wan hurrying over to the man on the
Bourbon Whiskey, r. years old, J.1.G0;
Claret. 50 cents; Sherry and Tokay, 73
cents a gallon at Hoffsclilacgcr Co.'s,
Contractor McKec said at noon h
would begin work on the Walklkl ex-'
tension of the Rapid Transit system to
morrow. The annual meeting of the stockhold
ers of Alexander & Ilahlwln will be
held the lStli Inst. Sec notice under
The bnrk Alden Hesse will sail for
tho Coast tomorrow. The C 1). llry
nut will probably get nway on Sundny
Tim steamer Nippon Mnru, which
Wo know how to roast
coffee to a nicety and do It
every day. We know how to
blend coffee perfectly. If wo
didn't we would hire some
one who docs.
f -f We know that our KONA
it COFFEE, loastcd fresh ov
1 1 cry morning and ground
I f fresh as you get It, Is tho
ir-f best to be obtained.
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TT VU miuw CI1UL uul inu t
pound for this colfeo Is a -
- very small price. -
If you try it you'll say tho
-f-f same. -t
H. MAY & GO.
THE LEADING GR0CER6.
Telephones 22, 24, 92
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 trlends and the
general public to visit us In
our New Home, which we In
tend to make tho "Model Book
and Stationery Store" of tho
city. A kindly welcome will
be extended to all whether
puicliascrs or friendly callers.
J. M. WEBB,
ih.,r ,i,i r ii, ..,i i... ihiiinvra irom mo uncut tins alter
't -.f giving chase when the two """ will sail for the Const tomorrow
jumped aboaid a enr and went toward !""!n",1K, a'"mt ,0 clocK '"' nmhK n
ttwn. Theie Is no doubt whatevci In, mn...
my mind that the I'oito It I calm an
Pic of thieves.'
It brings home
Havana to you
a Vox of 100 of our puro Ha
vana cigars In tho houso
means hat you have laid In
about fifty hours of solid en
joyment. Our choicest brands
LA BELLE ROSE
EL SACHEZ and IIAYA
Havo your wlfo order n box
when Bho telephones for tho
LEWIS & GO.
:. LEADING GROCERS. .:
240 Three Telephones 240.
at bed rock prices
p 8 - IfeSsry! v-m3HH
Prices of complete bed-room hc
now In Htock.
Pine Bed-room Sets, 7 pieces,
Elm set, 7 pieces - - 32.00
Ash set, 7 pieces - - - 35.00
Oak set, 7 pieces - - 40.00
l B 7iaft TiHtv
C il ZSlMBBHw'
il 1 MOIV DUE HI
omo time ago Judge Lyle A I)Uke
?-ond District Magistrate of llonolu
lulu, had occasion to try an atsuinpslt
a-e of W. C. Aehl s. T. V l'ollk.ipu
John Kanul. Win. lvaleihula. J. Keau
D. W. Kamalilkuiie and II. II. Kcku.i
p.utncrs doing business under the linn
name of "Ka I.oea ICalalalna." a natUr
newtpaper. Mr. Acht won his suit and
en execution was Issued fur officers tir.
levy first on the Joint personal pioper
ty of three of the above named defen
dants and. if n siilllclent amount could
not bo found, then upon the several
personal property of tho same defen
dants, except that of 11. V. Kekua.
The Judgment was returned wholly
unsatisfied for the reason that no Joint
or several personal property belonging
to the defendants could be found In the
Judge Dickey has now ord'-red the
officers to levy first on the Joint leal
property of the defendants and If sulll-
Icnt can not he found, then upon tin
nvernl real property of the defendants
txrrpt that of II. W. Kekiui. gllng
thirty days' notice, of the sate of the
same The total amount or the Judg
ment Is $-'!!. SO.
It tin ns out that all the property ol
tho several defendants was mortgaged
to W It. Castle for 270 on April Mil.
1S97, so the olllecrs luno run ngainst
un additional snag.
Mrs. .Mary Dillingham I'rear gave the
flint of her series of Kmerson lecturei
In the looms of the Y. W. C jester
day afternoon. There wns a large and
nppieclatlvc audience present.
The II. S. S Solace is expected here
fiom (ilium about the Zuth of this
month. Captain Wiuslow will be re
lieved of the command of the vessel
mi her arrival at San I-'ianilsco.
The steamer Maiiun I.oa orrlved
fiom Komi nnd Kail this morning aft
er a rather rough trip. .Nothing of In
tereht Is reported by Purser Willie Si
nieison. Among tho passengeia nr
llvlug In the big steamer were J. Cock
burn, L. T. (irant nnd wire. W. W.
Ilruner and wife, II II. Gehr Hisljop
Willis. Fied. Wnterhoiike and J. S.
A Japanese hack running awny
caused a great deal of excitement
nlong Kort street at the noon hour to
day. The frightened horse ran down
Tort street, turned Into Allen towards
the Oceanic dock, nnd then turned out
again and ran to the Inter-Inland
wharf. He was stopped near the
Wilder wharf and Ills owner soon np
peared to claim tho rig. He will have
a doctor's bill to pay, Ikiwovit, for In
turning out of Port street to the Ks
pinnacle, the horse ran oer and badly
injured a womau.
Coyne Furniture Go.
The Island steameis In port all oh
fcrved konohl today as their stcwaids
hclng Chinese, wanted to show their
appreciation of the others of the ves
sels and men on the wharves. Aboaid
all the Inter-Island steamers theio
wne feasts extriioidlnury and espe
cially Is this so of the Mlkahala, whose!
ttewaid Charley Afook had a spicad
whl. li did him proud.
Most of the ollh-ers of the other boat
wne Afoolc s guests and teeral out
shlcis wne bidden to partuke of tin
good things. Theie was roast turke.
chlikcn nnd duck, pork and loast beef
crauberiy same and iiiliue and njiple
pic and tlie feaht was' done Justlie to
Captain (liegoiy presided at tho head
of the table while Chief Cleik Guy Kel
ley looked after the wants of those sit
ting helow the salt.
The Home Rulers met ns usual last
oeiilng. 'I lie principal Item of busl
uesH was the adoption of n resolution
asking (!oernor Dole to see to It
there are no more Asiatics employed
on tlie public works. This resolution
will he forwarded to the Governor In
morrow. Tills proposed action has al
leady been chronicled In the llulletln.
The letter from Delegate Wilcox,
published In this pnper yesterday, was
read nt the meeting.
A committee consisting of tho fol
lowing wns appointed to consider a
party platform: I'rlneo Jonah Kalanl
anaole. Senator D. Knlaiiokatanl, Jus.
Qulnn. Solomon Melieula ami Senator
The proposed cntral committee of
eleven members was xlitually killed
at last night s meeting, I'rlneo Jonah
Knlaulanaole, the chaliman, protest
ing that the affairs of the party could
he best can led on by the executive
committee. He wns dead against the
formation of nny other select com
mittee to do the party work.
No one likes to wear glasses, but
we should bo unfortunate indeed If
we were depilved of this artificial aid
to fulling islon.
Tho next best thing to NO glass Is
the satisfaction afforded by having tho
We desire to make a walking adver
tisement of every person to whom we
sell glasses, and wo endenvor to do It
by giving tue greatest easo and com
fort nny glass can nftom.
Wo havo tho adequate knowledge
and experience to enable us to do this
A. N. Sanford,
Boston Building, Fort Street.
DURABLE AND ACCURATE
The Keystone Watch Case
Co., .-iMHMMIHi IhVl
America's Oldest and
Largest Watch Factory
l7or miiIu ly
The Principal watch
Dealers In Hawaii
It Is n matter of i egret to Mr. Mott,
who Htaitod the Student Y. M. C. A. at
Oahu College and Kamohnmclm
School, nnd to the best eitbeus ns
well, that the school organizations
hnc leased to show signs of lite.
This being the case, the Y. M. C. A.
will not leave the observance of the
day to the schools nnd churches alone,
but will hold a t o'i lex k service Sun
dny for nil men In geneinl but students
lu particular, special lmitntlons hav
ing been sent to the nbovo montlnncij.
hihcHils The subject of the principal
nddiiKS by III A. M. Smith. Is. "Why
Should u Studi lit Hi- n Christian''" Mr.
I.uj. II .Miller will sing,
AN HOUR IN THE MORNING
THE SAME HOUR EVERY MORNING
or afternoon, given to dictation, will
keep your correspondence "cleaned
up" Try It a month.
Strut Jns Mukee, lor Kmiul polls,
at 4 p 111 . Allen stleet whnil.
Slmr Miknhula Gregory. Inr .Ma
Kaweli Walmia an Kekaha. at ' p. in.
Par .iwjj fiom civilisation gesture-
I.. I.. .,llt ...,. .it It. A.,u.nll,i
t wt i-n, Ti II J i' uiiih1""' n mm vainiii ill ,,ttnin.iii.
J. D. AVERY, BUSlIieSS UorrespOIiaent Some of the tribes possess un excellent
TWO .IAPANUKE HURT.
Two Japanese working on n shed on
nuaklkl stleet, near Nmianii were hurt
tills morning by the falling of the
striii tine upon them One of the men
wns terj badly Injured about tho buck
The other also sustained Injuries nbout
the hack but of not nearly us serious
a nature as his partner. The patrol
wagon went up to the place nnd the
Injured men were taken fo their homo
on Heretnnlii street Just below the
WHAT'S IN A NAME?
While the apiarists were holding
their onventlon at the Plymouth
Church of this city recently. It wat
found necessary to hung out the sign,
"Heekeepers Convention." so as to
direct those Interested in attending.
Two young ladles happened to pas.i
that way during tne day und espied
"Why. what a funny niinie lor a con
tention." remarked the elder of tho
two "I wonder If It's a Inane h of the
Rosy Decs' Society. '
"Oh, I don't think so." replied tho
other In the knnw-lt-ull tone ol tolce.
"I guess It's a convention of tho
Women's Sewing llees "
Lawyoi Do you know nnything
about this man's prltnte life?
Witness -No. sir.
"Hut haven't you been associated
with him In business? '
"Not In the way you mean I was
oue of the directors In the bunk ot
IReaularltyl Certainty Despatchl 1 ,011'' tlmt '" l'',"st "" efficient as llm which nc was teller,
Tel. Main 76. 9 S:45. Elite Bldg. 'spoken languages. I'ress.
w i v
Yes. and always roming
back for more ; that is th'
ctperfence of all who wear w
Lots of othf-r makes are a
said to bo ai good but nt A
Jut the sani". We hae vet a
to find n dlsxatlsfird p'ir- A
chaser of n pair of II n Jim mx.
1 relebrateu shm A
MclNERNY SHOE STORE
Advertisements Changed Mondays.
IN TAFFETA SILKS
Not a permanent reductlin but merely for one week to keep
the stock moving All our $t nnd J Taffeta Silks this week at
C3c Our $110 qualities of TnfT'ta including Changeable Silks will
be sold at T-'c.
We ore offering Uu lolls oi the finest
fancy C'hiuese and Japanese Mattings.
Iioaty qualltv handsome designs, spe
cial at ji; ."li per loll of o yards.
BLANKETS DIRECT FROM THE MILL
Nights are chilly now nnd good,
warm blankets an n comfort nnd n
necessity. We hate oti display In the
store loo pairs of 10x1 blankets sell
ing this week $1 per pair.
EXTRA WIDE MOSQUITO HETTING
One hundred In. lies wide', nt 53.10
Kxceptlonal values offeied. Nos. to
and Co all-silk ribbon at 21c yard.
SALE OF GINGHAMS
One case of checked glngnams 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 0c,
C loc, luc I2jc. loc ami 1C per yard.
NEW DRY GOODS
T'apllllnn In pretty designs nnd
choice variety of shades, also new ma
terials of Kngllsh manufacture suit
aide for golf shirts
PACIFIC IMPORT COMPANY, '
ProetrcHH lllock, Popt Street.
CLINTON J. MUTCHIIN.S,
iM iftr AT
fc I9h II DJ JB
J. H. FISHER
Stock and Bond Brokers.
FIRE ASSOCIATION, of Phlladelph!.
WESTERN A88URANCE CO", of Tf
Offices Stangenwald Bldg, Wol
1 ' J. i53
HONOLULU STOCK liXCIIANCB
NAME OF STOCK c 5'f4"Jl
If Bll Attn
o.... c.-.... i . .
M S Sich D O Co,L1 60.TW two
L li. Kerr At Co.. Hi , i 104,00
fi Plfmtlofi Co I
HiwiIltnCom ASu Co
Hawaiian Sugar Co
Honomu Sugar Co
Monokaa Suear Co
Haiku Sucar Co
Kahuku Piamatlnn Co
Kliahu' 1 S,yf ir Cu
ICo'tn Sugar Co
0hu Sugar Co,
OnoiTfi Sugar Cfi
OoVala Surar Plan Co 1
Olaa Su Co Lii . at 1 '
fi'uSi lu rJ'i .
I tutfi i s I'lan ! ,
Paufti v nr Win '
f'dlj I'lar '1 1 nC t
IVr"1" S 1 r ,
I'll nr Mill t
I'lorxHi M-M C Am
WaMI'ia Ai n f . .
Wi lukuiarr ,
W man 1 Silk4r (
Wa t4 .M 1U.0
Wilier St4mritp Co
inttr-iunj "Tfam r t-o
Hawaiian I ti.trl. Cm
Hon Karii T & L C.
Mutual frlirhntM Cn
Oahu U A I Co
l'orl h R K tg Co
first N'jtliinjl Mint
llrst ASHantCcV TCo
Hawaiian f 1 iv rrr rnl
H1I0P kCu f rrrrrnf1
Hun Papii TrjnM
idi 1'ianMt n per cent
Oaht) U ft 1 1 per .
Oahu llmji n 1 pi
Olaa Plantation 6 f, c
WaUlui Ap iul tp c
T fO,ooa I no
f tjo.ooo lew
4, 500,000 j too
1 3 1,000 j
ALL BUT THE GRASS.
I'ntM mImi owns those' iarli
Wi- do, ni) noli." nilloel the' lltlln
I111) 8 Inllii'i. ' wi". till' wnili Al
tuirt of the ipode. .laini'S. wo hnvr .
right tn e-imsiiii uursi'lvoii the onnor
It Ib 11 glurlims foatun- of our form uT
gove-rnini'iit. un lioy. ho coiitlnueel,
lil ce- Kindling "that the- people nrf
iiliseiliito All pioporly rlglitu arc
Imikpi! oil Hull i-ullse.'Ut. All title: thiln
reuue- from tlnm. nnd will filially Tn
ort to thi'in Tin- will of tno people
In tho tmprotiii law lloro In this loir
ly pari, wo h.iM- a right to oomo nmi
re-Ht Wo aio em enir own noil. To
liii'iithe thlK iuro air. my hoy, to ttrot!
at will thiough thi-HO niagnlfliont"
"Hollo, thoio' ' Hhoiitocl a harsh, ra
iiorloux oil e- "Cot off that grars, t)U
yor. or I'll run yor In."
It wns tho mjIcc of the imllccmaa.
"Como off tho grass, James," sW
tho fnthor moohly. "it Is tho people's
parh. hut tho grans holongs to the
count) oounoll." Chicugo JournI
The Bulletin' special Industrial edi
tion can be obtained at this office ot
the news-stands. Price 25 cents.
WILLATID K. nilOWN".
W. A. LOVU. '
Halstead & Co.;
ON SUGAR 8ECURITIEC.
921 Fort Street.
Stock and Bond Exchanges
MclNERNY BLOCK:. PORT ST.
STOCK AND BOND BROKER,
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE.
Orders for tho purchase or sale of.
stocks and boiidH carcfuly and prompt
ly executed. Loans negotiated......
OKice Room 401, 4th floor, SUngee.
wald Bldg. Postoffice box 390; Tett
phone Main 331.
No More Dread
of the Dental Chair
TnBTII EXTRACTED AND FILLED
ABSOLUTELY WITHOUT PAIN bj
our Into scientific method applied to the
gums. No sleep-producing agents oi
Theso are the only dental parlors lr
Honolulu having PATENTED APPLI
ANCES and Ingredients to extract. All
and apply gold crowns and porcelain
crowns undectecahle from natural teetb
and warranted for ten years, WITH
OUT THE LEAST PAIN. All work
done by GRADUATED DENTISTS ol
from 12 to 20 years' experience, an'
each department In charge of a Special
1st. Give us a call, and you will And
uu to do exactly as we advertise. Wn
will tell you In advanoo exactly what
your work will cost ny a FREE EX
Set Teeth 85.00
Gold CrowriH 85.00
Gold Pllllnga 8I.O0
Silver Fillings 50c
U mii t aiiHBbw a 4W
uur nume ulune will t a guarantee
that your work will be of the boat.
New York Dental Parlors,
Room 4, Ellto Building, Hotel Streel
LADIES IN ATTENDANCE
Hours, 8n. m. to C p. n.
Sundays, 9 a. m. to 12 m.
E. W, JORDAN
l 18 STILL HOLDING I
big - discount
sale - in - all
iiHj'iiu will Ilnilon cniulrj'
PRICUS CUT TO CLEAIi