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SUNDAY DULLET1N, HONOLULU; II. T.. SUNDAY, FEI1RUARY 9, 1002.
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WALL, NICHOLS CO,, LTD,
Two Stores In One.
Tlio successful merchant
recognizes tho Importnnco
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
bo pleased to show and ex
plain to you whether you In
tend to buy or not. Remem
ber, wc will bo pleased to
LOCAL AND GENERAL
M r? ,,- r,f
We have never had a better
stock of furniture than at this
time, and It will plcaeo us to
have you coma and see It. Not
to buy but to look. You can
buy next time.
Tho excellent values wo aro offering In handsome rockers win
prove Interesting to tho housekeeper and our assortment of styles
J. HOPP & COMPANY
Lending Furulture Denlcrs.
f We know how to roast -f-f
f coffee to a nicety and do It -r-f
f f every day. Wo know how to
4 blend coffee perfectly. If we
- didn't we would hire somo
f one who docs.
-v We know that our KONA -f 4-
4- COFFEE, roastod fresh ov- 4-4-
4-4- ery morning and ground -t-f
4-4- fresh as you get It, Is tho 4-
at bed rock prices
4-4- best to be obtained. 44-
4- We know that 30c tho 4-4
4- pound for this coffeo Is a 4-4-
4-t- very small price. -f -f
If you try It you II Bay tho 4-4-
H. MAY & GO.
THE LEADING GR0CER8.
Telephones 22, 24, 92
It brings home
Havana to you
a Box of 100 of our puro Ha
vana cigars in tho houso
means that you havo laid in
about fifty hours of solid en
joyment. Our choicest brands
are . an
LA BELLE ROSE
EL SAGHEZ and HAYA
Havo your wlfo ordor a box
when she telephones for tho
LEWIS & GO.
:. LEADING GROCERS. .:
240 Three Telephones 240.
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Prices of complete bed-room sets
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 - - 40.0G
Coyne Furniture Go.
LIFE an.il WUEfK
New England Mutual Life Id
surance co. df boston.
Etna Fire Insurance Compan
0. BREWER & CO., LTD
Queen Street, Honolulu, T. H.
No one likes to wear glasses, but
wi' hhotihl be untoitunate Indeed If
n wen- dopilved of this artificial aid
to tailing vision.
Tho net bc8t thing tn NO glass Is
tho satisfaction uffoided by having tho
We doslre to mako a walMng adver
tisement of oveiy person to whom we
sell glasses, and we endeavor to do It
by gllng tue greatest cbbo mid com-
lort any eMbb can anoru.
Wo havo tho adequate Knowledge
and experience to euablo us to do this.
A. N. Sanford,
Boston Building, ' Fort Street.
Hawaiian Agricultural Co., Ook'
Sugar Plant. Co., Onomca Sugar Ct
Honomu Sugar Co., Walluku Sugar Cc
Makee Cugar Co., Haleakala Ranch Co
The Planters' Line of San Franctscc
Packet; Cbas, Berwer & Co.'s Line c
LIST OF OFFICERS.
C. M. Cooke, President; Geor
Bobertson, Manager; E. F, Blsho,
Treasurer and Secretary; Col. W. I
Allen, Auditor; P. C. Jones, II. Wi
terhouse and Geo. It. Carter, Director,
Postage on the Bulletin's special In
dustrial edition Is three cents to all
parts of the Statec
Q. II. Berrey's office, 8 Campbell bid.
Great matting sale at Paelfl Im
port Co. this week. See ad
Nicely furnished rooms, Popular
House, 1249 Fort St., J1.C0 per week up.
Gomes & McTlghc, sucvessurs to Ca-
mora & Co., liquor dealers. 95 King St.
Blank books of all sorts, ledgers, etc
manufactured by tho Bulletin Publish
Get your tickets early at Wall, Nich
ols Co. for the rendition of the Mes
siah next Friday.
Ilia vveesiy edition of tbe Evening
Bulletin gives a complete rummary of
the news of tho day.
Miss Ivy Richardson of 1 1 Ho arrived
In tbe Klnau tod.iy for n short trip,
Kir Is the guest of Mrs. Haalelca and
Don't forget Osmarlnos of the Cali
fornia Fruit Market vlieu you want
fruit and vegetables. He nlwnys has
on hand a fresu supply of both Califor
nia and Island fruits. Telephone Main
The Japanese Methodists of Lnhal
na havo Just completed the construc
tion of n church and parsonage there.
The total cost was about J2000 ex-
cIurIvq of the land. The church will
be dedicated February 19 by ftev. O. L.
Pearson, Presiding Elder for this dls
At a meeting of the Catholic Ladles'
Aid Society yesterday afternoon n reso
lution was passed appointing a com
mittee whose functions will be to meet
strangers and introduce them to the
members of the society, thus giving
thni a feeling that they are among
C. A. Long has had assigned to him
the claims of various of the artists whu
have played at the Orpheum at vari
ous times from October to the present
time and Is now bringing suit against
the Orpheum Theater Co, for tho
amount which Is alleged to be flMM).
45. Hack drivers of the city have been
complaining nhnut the new hark II
censo Issued to the driver of hack No
68 a Chinaman. It Is Mated that tho
man does not speak English. As a mut
ter (if fait, this man has been drlvlu;
for thirty years and speaks both En
glish and Hawaiian.
Again tilde was an nlnence of a
quorum at Friday aftei noon h meeting
of tho Nablku Sugar Co. J. P. Cooke
Informed those present that M. S. Clrln
baum & C, had abandoned the propo
sition of buying the water license held
by the company. Thcie Is nothing to
do now but to uvvult a turn of the tide.
The first cotillion of the season will
be given Tuesday evening at l'rogresi
nan ny .Mrs. .Mary mum. i our new
figures will be given under the leader
ship of Miss Gertrude Hales and Lieu
tenant Hancock. The patrcnesseH nr
Mrs. S. B. Dole. Mm. F. M. Hatch,
Ml. F. M. Swanzy, Mrs. II. F. Dilling
ham, Mrs. H. M. Damon and Mrs. II. R,
When Willie Ciawford was called
upon to testify In the Police Couit yes
terday In the ruse of Kcavvelwl, he
aid. "Judge, we were alt drunk." The
latlvc was In Crawford's house when
to had trouble with a pollco ofllccr.
Tho latter got Knwelwl out on tho
itrcct and then urrested him. Judge
Vllcox gave the man tho benefit of a
loubt and discharged him.
There will lie a special meeting of
tho executive lommlttee of the Home
Rule party In Foster ball at 10 n'llork
his morning fur the purpose of dls
usslng the advisability of sending si
special commission on to Washington
to counteract George 11 Carter In his
supposed opposition to the appoint
ment of Hon Samuel Parker. The suf
frage qutstlon will also be taken up,
LOCAL AND GENERAL
The Bulletin's special Industrial edi
tion can be obtained at this office or
the news-stands. Price 25 cents.
Head "Wants" on page C.
The bark C. D. Bryant sailed for San
Francisco yesterday afternoon.
The marriage of Miss Kate l'aty to
Charles Weight will take place Feb
Shingles painted with PKUIM.RS?
PRESERVING PAINT will not warp
crack or decoy,
Meet me at tho Fountnln the popu
lar Ico cream and soda water resort;
Wall. Nichols Co., Ltd.
Messrs, C. J. Hutchlns. A. J. Low anil
C. 8. Hollow ay wero added to til elocal
herd of Elks Friday night.
Tho transport Thomas from Han
Francisco with two days' later news
should nrrlvc this morning
Bourbon Whiskey, fl years old. 53.&0;
Claret, CO cents; Sherry and Tokay, 76
cents a gallon at Hoffschlacgcr Co.'s.
Tho new Brownie camera nt i'J Is a
marvel; takes pictures -',i by 3U, has
two finders for vertical or horizontal
pictures. Remember the prion Is only
two dollars at Honolulu Photo Supply
S. T. Alexander will build a roar!
from the Schmidt place on Tantalus to
the top of Sugar Loaf mountain. An hi
tects arc now at work preparing plans
for n bungalow to be Imllt at the hit
The Myrtle-Hcalanl benefit peiforui
ancu In tho Orpheum Friday night
dtcw fortli quite a large attendance
The production of "A llottlme In
Hiackvlllo" by the Hogan company was
The band was short a large numbct
of members at the Orpheum Friday
night. The members declined to play
on their night oft. There were only
four men with Captain Berger when
the curtain went up.
There will be no services of the Sec
ond Congregation of St. Andrew's
Cathedral today. No advices have yet
been received from the Mainland but
they nre confidently expected by thr
steamer of the lltli lust,
Hawallans on the other side of tills
Island arc against Wilcox's leper bill
and do nut hesitate to say ko Wcrc
petltlons against the bill to be sent
down there would surely be a whole
sale signing of t lie name.
The Hawaiian singers returning fioir.
Washington and who were at Kunsan
City on January 2.1. stale that u num
ber of tho Buffalo society ladles havt
learned the hula kill and hula ol.ip.i In
all Its mjstcrious twists and twirls
The Noeau arrived from llainakua
yesterday morning with reports of ex
tremcly rough wcuthcr along the Ha-
niaKua coasi ami particularly at nouo
kaa and Kukulhacle. On this account
only a very little sugar was brought
Miyo, the Japnncse charged with as
sault upon Nlkamura with u wcnpoi
appeared In the Police Court yesterday
ills case was continued until Wednes
day owing to tho fact tint the com
plaining witness is still In the lios
pltal as a result of his wounds.
The Walklkl Inn will open todaj
with William Besvvlck as manager
The genial "Billy" promises nn ex
cellent dinner for the hungry, suet
only as Steward Johnson is capablo of
putting up. Everything Is nrrangec'
for the comfoit and entertainment of
George Kala, one of the natives wli(
went visiting various Chinese of thi
city yesterday, was fined llfi and roit.-
in the Pollco Court ycstcrdn.v on tip
! charge of assault and battery on Him.
Cluing. Kala went Into UiIh man.
' house, was given a glass of vvhlske)
' and. ou drinking It, lie seized the deml
John and was making off with It whci
tho Chinaman called a halt Kali,
struck his host ami was uccordlngl,v
(i TO IDE till
DURABLE AND ACCURATE
The Ktyttone ?lch Case
Co., .---TCBMSIIHI I8ij
America's Oldest and
Largest Watch Factory
I'or miiIu by
The Principal watch
Dealers In Hawaii
AN HOUR IN THE MORNING
THE SAME HOUR EVERY MORNING
or nfternonn, given to dictation, will
keep your correspondence "cleaned
up." Try It a month.
J. D. AVERY, Business Correspondent
Regularity! Certainty' Despatch!
Tel. Main 76. 96145. Elite Dldg
Messis. i'atcin and Morris, the jounK
men wlin aie soon to leave fur the
Coast on a lecturing tour, have just
dulslieil packing up their large trunk
full of Hawaiian curios which arc tu bo
.-xhllilteil at various places on the
Mainland wheie the lecturers happen
to stop. These were shown to a few
frUinild u till tin Implied fn fllll lit tlld
roomi of the young men In the Call-
foinja hotel, Rinraa sticet, on Thurs
II) fur tin' must inteiestlng, unit by
Messis. Moirls and I'atcin considered
the most valuable, uillile In the col
lection Is ii wliale Imiih' upon which
has been curved louglil) a succession
of. figures which would seem to bo rep
lcsentatlvu of it hlbturlc battle beetle.
No one hits let been able to fathom
the mystery of the carving U Is
Ha 111 that there Is only one more curio
of the kind In existence ami that this
is at tlic Hutio baths in San Francis
co. The one now i possession of
Missrs Morris and I'aton was obtain
ed from Mrs Liming who In tuin re
(elved it from Horace Ciablie
Another Intel ihtluK curio Is a large
tupa of several dlltereiit mlors which
dates bail; tu 1SI0. The art of maklmt
this Kind of tnpj bus died out so that
the cut io Is Just so much mote valua
ble It Is hlghb prized.
The minion ball which fornix! th"
top of the foremast of the Kulmtloa Is
aim among the lolleitlon of curios.
The Kalmiloa was the (lint, last and
onlv man-of-war which the Hawaiian
j.u oi mm lit ever owiiimI and Mr .Monl
Intends to dwi II somewhat at length on
Its hlstoiy in his ltTtures '.luce It i
a tuple both Inteicstlug und iimiisliig.
Among the other onion whlili the
joiing men have collected tire the fol
low Ilia. Slill and bean lels tapax
pcacui-k ' Ii Is. Biuitll pieces of tap.l
calabashes of mini) kinds old kirn
calabash with net stone Idol, tap.i
sticks, kukiil nut necklaces. npccliiicns
of coral, musqulto nets, put pounders
war clubs, native pillows und hats.
EH ARE CLOSED
The entries for the bowling tourna
ment which will begin on Monday
closed last evening at the alley on
Alakca street. Tho tournament will
be very exciting as many good roll
ers have entered and the trials during
the week mid the finals on Saturdii)
evening will prove Interesting to the
ninny friends of tho contestants The
following have entered: Messis. C It
Peck, Webster, 11. Armltugo, Nichols
Cooper, J. M. Johnson, F. Armstrong.
Wade Atmstrong, E. and F. Halstead
W. and II. Wilder, F. Seymour. Story
D. A. McNuinara, Win. (lilt. W P
Boyd, John 0. Walker, Will E, Fisher
M. Hose, II. P. Uoth. lllgbby. F. A. Put
ter, C. II. W; Norton, It. W. Shingle
riinrles Elaton. Carl Taylor, W. F
Dunn. W. C. nnd 1). A. Crook, J. M.
Hlggs, 8. K. Marlh, I'. Llaliman, E. II.
Paris, E. O. White, H. dies. W A
Blown, W. II. Babbitt. B. (J. Holt. A.
A. Young, Itogers. It. O. Yardley, J
nlier anil II. C. Carter.
"Mamma," said a llttlo S-ycar-oiil.
blue eyed, chubliy-faeed boy tho other
day, after a fciw moments' serious cog
itation "mnmmn, suppose you was a
little boy and I vvns jini."
.Mamma (who has Just declined giv
ing tlic young gentleman any more Jam
an enkeu): "Well?"
"I'd let you havo plenty of cnl.es.
mamma, and I'd ask papa for money
to buy fruit with a pound's worth.
I "And if I was n Utile hoy, sap.
iniumnia, "I wouldn't fiown and bo
naughty and kick the chairs when my
mamma told mo siu coiiu.u c give mo
more Jam nnd enke than was good for
"Ah' but )ou can't be n llttlo boy.
said the jniiugster. who iustinctlvuly
telt that this was a heavy dig In Iuf
Infantile sides, and )ou can't climb
up to heaven to lie made over ngaln.
can you, 'eauso ladles can't climb?"
Mamma was silent, and moro cakes
was the result. bpare Moments.
WE MAKE STRONG
BUT WE BACK THEM UP
w rj n ysj
"W " .J
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sold a tromendoiii lot or
HANAN'S SHOES In Wv
last )car, and ever) one of
them hns given perfect sat
isfaction. We can't Oder nn) more
or any less; we can only
(J say, to tlioso unfortunates
Swl thot havo not yet bought a
i pair, that the have a trmt
: MclNERNY SHOE STORE
Q 1.0 C
We have decided to clear out our entire stock of matting even
nt a big loss A look at the goods and n comparison of prices with
the same qualities of matting elsewheie will convince )ou of the
genuineness of this sale.
Five diffeient patterns heavy weight at the extremely low price of
$6.50 per roll of 40 yards
a finer lot
All linen woof, fancy patterns of the newest designs A large varl
et) of patterns and colois,
at $10.50 per roll
Special prices will be made on lots of live1 rolls or more
PACIFIC IMPORT COMPANY, ".
Model Block, Fort Street.
CLIINTOrN J. HUTCHIIN.S,
wtli-HNt If JF
J. H. FISHER
& Com puny.
Stock and Bond Brokers.
FIRE ASSOCIATION, of Philadelphia
WESTERN A8SURANCE CO, of Tv
Offices Stangenwald Bid a- M7
HONOLULU 8T0CK HXCHANGH
Hon.. lulu, February 8, Iqo2
NAME OF STOCK
C. Drtwrr A Company
L.D. Kerr & Co., Ltd..
fwi PuntttlonCo ...
Hawaiian Com tVSu Co
Hawaiian Sugar Co . .
Honomu Sugar Co .
Honokaa Sugar Co .
Haiku Sugar Co ...
Kahuku Plantation Co
Klnti Plant Co ,UJ. . .
tCIahulj Sugar Co
Kotna Sutar Co .
0bu Sugar i-o,
fnoniea Sugar Co ....
Ookala Sugar Plan. Co
Olaa Su. Co.. ttj . ail
OIjjSuC. Lti pJup
Paautidu Su Pun Co
Paclfn Sugar Mill
Pa la Plantation C
Pffcekfo Sun r C
Ploncvr .Mill Co
Ilontrr AlHI Co As.
Watalua Asrt ( a . .
Waime.1 .MiilCo ....
WlUff Stfamhio Co
ntrrl1anj Stm N Co
liavalun L Ik trie Co .,
Hon. Karfi TfcLCo
Mutual trlrrhone Co
OahuRvAil C .
Vtvft let H fc.Cu
rirtt Nllonjt Hjnb . .
-irt A S Uin fc T Co
Hawaiian fiov per rent
Milo K H Co per cent
Hon NapiJ Transit .
I wi ptantat n 6 prr cent
Oahu HftLOi per c
Oahu PUntatlin f p r .
Olaa Plantation 6 p, c
Waialuj Agricul bp c
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Note--Tlic sale of 70 It. It. T. & I..
t'o nt S5 reported cstcnlay should
be 7 O. It. ii I.. Co. $S.-..
Inmle uuil Will Hall nt-ie liullillni:
iiillromls und riinnlnt; trulns nil over
the liouv Klnnll.v their mother nion
In her wrath and i educed the mllenge,
literal I clestrojlni; the tmek ever
vvhcie except In the mnlu hall. After a
while Will Hull pot un oiit-of-dati
cheek hook tli.it his father hud given
him to pl.iy with, wrote long nnd
earnestly at his little desk, and ap
peared Id the parlor with a hroad Rrln.
"Willi, how nhout It?" Inquired thu
Kiiest of the afternoon. "I hear that
nil rnllnuils have been called In." "Not
on onr life." said tho hoy, a vigorous,
rentonliii; eli;ht-)eur-olil. "I Just gavu
mamma a check for J 10.00, nn' sho
says we can hulld railroads on tha
roof. In the hanement, on the beds ami
anywhere else wc want Io." Tho fa
ther, a hanker, nnd the cuest, a bank
er, looked at each other and smlleci,
and the tlimmlit In the mind of ecali
was, "Whut will the next generation
Le and do?" New York Prefs.
WILLAIcD K. DnOWN.
W. A. LOVK.
FRANK HALSTEAD. i
Halstead & Co.',
ON SUGAR SECURITIES.
921 Fort Street.
Stock and Bond Exchange.
STOCK AND BOND BROKER.
McINERlNV BLOCK. PORT ST.
HONOLULU 8TOCK EXCHANGE.
Orders for tho purchase or salo of
stocks and bonds carefuly nnd prompt
ly executed. Loans negotiated
Office Room 401, 4th floor, SUngen
wild Btdg. Postoffice box 390; Tele
phone Main 331.
No More Dread
of the ental Chair
TEETH EXTRACTED AND FILLED
UISOLUTELY WITHOUT PAIN bj
mr late scientific method applied to Jbf
nian, No sleep-producing agents oi
Tneso aro tho only dental parlors Id
Ionolulu having PATENTED APPL1
INCUS and Ingredients to extract, OU
did apply gold crowns nnd porcelain
rowns undectecahle from natural teeth
ml wnrranted for ten years, WITH
LIT THE LEAST PAIN. All work
one by OUADUATED DENTISTS o'
lorn 12 to 20 years' experience, an
uch department In churge of a Special
st. Olvo us a call, and you will find
is to do exactly as we advertise. Wt
111 tell you In udranro exactly what
our work will cost ti- n FREE EX
iet Teeth S5.00
.old Crowns S5.00
iold IMIIIniiH 61.00
-liver PilllngH 50c
8end the weekly edition of the Bui
'Ictln to your friends. Only $1 a year.
Our name niouii win ik u Kuurantr.
mt your work will be of the best,
lew York Dental Parlors,
oom 4, Kllto IliillcllUK. Hotel Strt-et '
LADIES IN ATTENDANCIf I
Hours, S u. in. to C p. ra,
Sundays, 9 a. tn. to 12 m.
COTTON READY FOR SHIPMENT AT A MISSISSIPPI LEVEE
AHIiiiiikIi th' I -' of Hie mllcui 'i"i' of l'i w ,ik .i lurul weeks age, the
bales me still ll 'U clown the M i i-1 m-1 1 c 1 1 i In New (lileiiui. Ililc Is a tM0i.ll
levee scene Mum u . a Ntt-aiiilxiat liilidlm.' I lie lit.ii'il up icillciii hales have
been carted In tnnu neighboring plantation' mid will oun be stowed Mtvay
ou bonrd u steiitiii'i fur the down Hut Journey.