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EVENING BULLETIN. HONOLULU.lt. T., MONDAY. FEU. 10, 1902.
5-' ' iWi
WALL, NICHOLS CO., LTD.
Two Stores In One.
The excellent values we nro offering In handsomo rockers win
prove interesting to tlio housekeeper nnd our assortment of styles
J. HOPP & COMPANY
Lending Furniture Dealers.
f Wo know how to roast
f coffee to a nicety and do It -ft-
-f every day. Wo know how to -t- -t-
f -f blend coffee perfectly. If wo -f-f
., -- didn't wo would hire somo
-f-f ono who does. -ff
ff- Wo know that our KONA -ft
f-f COFFEE, roasted fresh ov- -f-f
, cry morning nnd ground -ff
, -f-f fresh as you get It, Is tho -f-f
1 "i-tf best to bo obtained. -f-f
f-f Wo know that 30c tho -f-f
f-f pound for this coffco Is a -ff-
f-f very small price. -f f
-f-f If you try It you'll say tho -f -f
-f same. -f-f
H. MAY & GO.
THE LEADING GROCERS.
Telephones 22, 24, 92
It brings home
Havana to you
a Pox of 100 of our puro Ha
vana cigars In the houso
means that you have laid in
about fifty hours of solid en
joyment. Our choicest brands
LA BELLE ROSE
EL SAGHEZ and HAYA
Havo your wlfo order n box
when Bho telephones for tho
LEWIS & GO.
:. LEADING GROCERS. .:
240 Three Telephones 2-10.
No ono lll.es to wiar glasses but
we should be numi innate Ind-'cd If
we were d"piivcd of tins nitlnc-ial aid
to lailing vision
Tho next best thing to NO glass is
tho batlalnctlon affoidcd b having the
Wo doslro to make a.wnlMns adver
tisement of every person to" whom wo
soil glasses, and wo endeavor to do It
by giving tno greatest enBe nnd com
fort any gluss can nftoru.
Wo have tho adequate knovvledgo
and experience to enable us to do this.
A. N. Sanford,
Boston Building, Fort Street.
The successful merchant
recognizes the Importance
of business system. Thla
Illustration shows the sim
ple process of building a
stack of sections with
EXPANSION : SY8TEM.
Many labor saving devices
In this system which wo will
bo pleased to show and ex
plain to you whether yaii In
tend to buy or not. Remem
ber, wo will be pleased to
Wo have never had a better
stock of furnlturo than nt this
time, and It will please us to
have you como and sec It. "Not
to buy but to look. You can
buy next time.
THE GOLDEN RULE
WILL OPEN ITS DOORS FOR
BUSINESS ON THURSDAY,
JANUARY 30th, IN ITS NEW
QUARTERS, 156 HOTEL
STREET, OREGON DLDG.
Wo extend a cordial lnvltn
tlou to our friends nnd tho
general public to visit us In
our New Home, which we In
tend to make the "Model Book
and Stationery Store" of tho
city. A kindly welcome will
bo extended to nil whether
purchasers or friendly callers.
J. M. WEBB,
No More Dread
of the rjental Chair
TEETH EXTRACTED AND FILLED
U1SOLUTELY WITHOUT PAIN bj
our late scientific method applied to the
pirns, No sleep-producing agents oi
These are the only dental parlors ir
Honolulu having PATENTED APPLI
ANCES and ingredients to extract, SI)
nd apply gold crowns and porcelain
crowns undcctecable from natural teeth
ind warranted for ten years, WITH
OUT THE LEAST PAIN. All work
lone by GRADUATED DENTISTS of
from 12 to 20 years' experience, an
each department In charge of a Special
1st Olvo us a call, and you will And
'is to do exactly as wo ndvertlse. We
will tell you In advance exactly what
four work will cost by a FREE EX
AMINATION. Set Teeth 65.00
Gold Crownn 85.00
Gold PIlllndH Sl.OO
Silver Filllnfta GOc
Our name alone will be a guarantee
(hat your work will be of tho best.
New York Dental Parlors
Room 4, Elite Building, Hotel Street
LADIES IN ATTENDANCE
Hours, 8 n, m. to G p. n.
Sundays. 9 n. m. to 12 m.
A manly sport for Mnnly Mo.
Stilrtly first-class In every respect.
AN HOUR IN THE MORNINQ
THE SAME HOUR EVERY MORNINQ
or afternoon. gun to dictation, will
keep your correspondence "cleaned
up." Try it a month.
J. D. AYERY, Business Correspondfnt
Regularity! Certainty' Despatch!
Tel. Main 76. 95:45. Elite Bldg,
K 101 SHE
TO CARRY SETTLERS
How Plan Will Be Worked to Create
Homes on Fertile Lands of the
Chicago, Feb. 1. Officials of the traf
fic department of the Southern Pacific,
Union Pacific and their allied lines nro
meeting here with a view to perfcctln;
tho largest colonization plan ever nt
tempted by Western roads.
It Is tho purpose of the men control
ling tho Hnrrlninti lines to provide oc
cupants for millions of ucres of fertile
and unoccupied lands In Southern Cali
fornia, Texits nnd Western Louisiana,
Th general plan will be to Bend Into
the middle nnd eastern States nnd pos
sibly Into some of the northwest States
fully 1000 Immigrant or colonization
agents, whose duty it "" 'io to In
duce Immigration to the territories
The officials who are arranging tlic
details of the plan mo J. C. Stubbs,
traffic director for the Hnrrlman lines;
General Passenger Agent Lomax of the
L'nlon Pacific; S. V. II. Morse, Assist
ant Traffic Manager of the Texas lines
of tho Southern Pacific, and II. Camp
bell, traffic manager for the Oregon
Ilnllfoad & Navigation Company.
In the Southwest." said Mr. Morse,
"we have over 3,000,000 acres of fer
tile land which would make good
homes for industrious people. We be
lieve that no section of tho United
States has n more brilliant future than
Texas nnd Western Louisiana, and wo
are convinced that nil thnt Is necessary
lc to let the public know what wc
It Is announced that within a short
time every one of the 1000 or more
agents will be at work throughout the
States cast of the Mississippi river.
From tlmo to time. Iiomescckcrs' ex
cursions will be run to tho territories
mentioned, nnd special Inducements
will bo offered to get the public to
vltlt the Southwest nnd Southern Cali
fornia. Owing to some erroneous statements
which have been made regarding the
condition of Dr. St G. Walters, Dr.
Georgo Herbert, the attending physl
clnn, mnkc8 the following statement to
relieve the minds of the many friends
of tho former:
"Dr. Walters Is rapidly recovering
his strength nnd Is convalescing from
the severe shock he sustained some
'He is at present nt Allen Herbert's
in Kalllil, taking n much needed rest.
Afttr a few weeks ho will probably go
nbroad for threo or four months. Dr.
Gnlbraith and myself both being of the
opinion that after traveling for that
length of time he will bo absolutely
restored to health nnd nTilc to rcsmnn
In tho meantime. Dr. F. II. Ilumph
iH who Is expected In the China due on
the llth Inst . will Immediately take
Dr. St. I) O. Wnltcis' hours In tho
PARTY OFJVCR FIFTY
Over flft people woie entertained nt
n home of Mr. nnd Mrs. Clarence
Mncfnrlaue on tho Peninsula Sunday.
Among the guests wcie Mr. and Mrs.
P N Lllleuthal and iiaity. Col. and
MrJ. George Mncfnrlano. Mr. Ilcndy
nnd party, Mr. ami Mis. Duttou and
Tho Llllenthnl part) and Pol. nnd
Mre George .Mnefailnne went down on
the morning train while the Ilcndy
party, of which Cnpt. .1. 1". Merry was
i member, went down In the Wnter-
Altch and the naval stntlon launch.
Mr. Miiefnrlnnu showed his guests
iijout the hubs In Ills kerosene
launch Julie nnd afterwards luncheon
wat. served on the lawn of the heautl
fid Peninsula resident'..
HE MUiTSOT CAUSE
On January 13. Una, A. S Humph-'i-ys,
First Judge of the Circuit Court,
on motion of Mnry J. noyt and (turret
s Strow la-nod an order commanding
J S. Wnlki i as administrator of thu
estate of J C Snow, to pay Into the
court and deliver to the ch rk of the
uiiirt nil sums of money then in his
huuds belonging to the estate men
tioned us well as all other property.
Including deeds and muniments of title
of real estate
It Is alleged that J. S Walker has
fulled to comply fully with the order
of tho mint and now another ordet
has Ik en Usueil. making It Incumbent
on Walker to appear bofoie Judge
Humpliicys on Wedutsday. I'ebrunr
12, nt !i-1.'; n'lloi k a. m., to show cause
why he should not l,e punish) d for con
tempt of court.
(Icorgla Inn. dismounted fioui his
horse und called to the landlord, who
was lounging on the' veranda:
"Wrinkled ostlci, gilm and thin,
Hue Is custom comouu wa.
Take my hrutc uiul had him In
Stnrr his libs with mouldy hay!"
"Ef you sny thnt su in." snlii tho
luuOlonl. ' I'll htm.-n ou side tho head
with this hk-koiy Tluirs a' nigger
hole to lo-ik nfier the unisex"
'Mj good man." explained the tin-
velei "I inenut no nffi use1
I was cmly
minting 'I enn.Mj.m io son
iiiinvHiir excluliiod tlm
an tell mm Iteild so Kclth-
e, lit hi inn jini kin make u stable buy
c' on ' Atlanta Constitution.
Get your orders In for the sneclal
Industrial edition. The eccond edition
' nc' ready for distribution. Price
LOCAL AND GENERAL
The Bulletin's special Industrial edi
tion can be obtained at this office or
the news-stands. Price 25 cents.
San Francisco, Jan. 31. Sugai
Raw, steady; fair refining. 3 S-ICo;
centrlfugnl, OG test. 3 ll-10c, molasses
sugar, 2 15-16c; refined, steady;
crushed, C.23c; powdeicd, 183c, granu
Many new goods received at Cojiu
Furniture Co. See ad.
Sealed tenders for steam coal nr
asked for. See Ily Authority.
David Dayton has been admitted to
practice law in the District courts of
A list of the newly elected offlceis of
tho Llhuo Ice & Etectllc Power Co.
appears under New Today.
Dourbon Whiskey, fj years old. $3.50;
Claret, BO cents; Sherry and Tokay. 75
cents a gallon nt Hoffschlaegcr Co.'s,
The Quintet Club Is to pln during
dinner at the Hawaiian Hotel tonigli'
After dinner there will be dancing on
tho lanal from 8:30 till U.ilU.
A tired boarding-house keeper can
nmi rest nnd profit by accepting the
roumlng-houso proposition offered by
Henry Walcrhousu & Co. In this paper
at top of pngo 2.
Tho name of W. J. Coelho was omit
ted In the Sunday llullctln In loimei
tlon with the Republican mass mooting
In the drill shed .Saturday night Mr
Coelho, as lntcrptett;r, did his woik
The second of the scries of Emerson
lectures by Mrs. V. F. Frenr will tuke
plnce on Friday nt 1 p. m. The subject
treated will be "Emerson's Pinse" with
".Man In Relation to Nature" as the
Mr. Thornhlll, II. D. M.'s Consul to
Toklo. entertnlncd nt dinner nt the
Moann Hotel Saturday evening. Ills
guests wcro II. I). 51. 's Consul Hoar"
nnd Miss Hoarc, Hon. A. S. CIcKhorn
Mr. nnd Mrs. W. F. Allen, Mi and
Mrs. F. M. Swanzy and Mr. and M .
A. Q. Hawes.
J. Rodgers, a young Frenchman who
got Into trouble with a soldier from
the transport Monde out in Kalllil Sat
urday night, was fined $ and costs in
the Police Court this forenoon on the
charge of nllrny. When the patrol
wagon arrived on the seme, the two
men were still fighting.
Russell & Watson. nttomoH fur
Mnry J. Hojt and Oarrett S. Htrow.
heirs of the lato J. C. Strow hnve
moved for nn order to J. S. Walker,
administrator, to bhow- cause why li
should not bo adjudged guilty of con
tempt of court for disobcylug tin- or
der of Court to render Into court tin-
money nnd property of thu estate
Tho annual meeting of the American
Messenger Service, Ltd., was held to
day In the office of the company The
reports of tho various officers were
read, showing that the compan has
had a very prosperous jear. The)
wero-so encouraging that It was derid
ed to enlarge the present nope of the
business In many ways. There will
thus be at once Installed a large num.
her of additional call boxes
The following officers wcie re-elected
to serve for the ensuing ear Eilg.ii
Hcurlqucs, president; Lorrln Andrew
vice president: F. J. Cross, k i i.-tnr) ('
II. Rnmsn), treasurer, and T J KIiik
A vote of thanks was tendered Kdgai
flcnrlqticH, tho retiring manager, foi
the sound condition In whlih he leave
tho affairs of the ciunpan. Frank ('
Enos, who Is agent of Wells, l'.irgn &
Co.'s Express Is located in the same
bulldlng.has been appointed the new
Upon the Coast
Uy the mall brought by the transport
Thomas It appears thnt since the ac
tion of the Commltteo of Ways nnd
Means on tno sugar matters befon.
Congress, Hawaiian securities have
takon n great Jump In Snu Francisco.
According to tho last quotations of
tho San Francisco Stock und llnud Ex
change the following quotations wore
tho closing ones: liana bid - 1-S nsk
4 1-2; II. C. & S. 3g.SU bid 15 nsl..
llnnnUn 12 hid: Hutch. 15 hid, 15.2
asked; Walalea S.50 bid. In 50 asked,
Mnk. 2t;.5n bid, 27.25 nsked. Ononua
25 bid. 25.25 asked; Panuhnu 12 hid
Two days previously tho i losing
quotations wcro: Ilnna 2.3 1-2 hid.
II. C. & S. Co. 35 hid. 10 nsled. Ho.
nokna 10.50 bid. 11 nsked; Hutch. 11
bid; Klhiuca, same; Ononua 21 bid
25 nsked; Male. 25.CU bid. Jii asked.
Paauhau 10.50 bid.
Tho last sales loported on the board
nro Onomea 25.25, Panuhnu 12, I Unity
kan 12, Hutchinson 15 Mnhawclt
2G.37 1 2.
HANDBALL AT Y. H. C. A.
Of tho Y. M. C. A. handball series
of .intcli games only two have been
played off during the past week Two
games took place between William Ln
rue nnd Will Kerr, the latter winning
both. Tho llrst score wns 21 to 1 1 nnd
the soeonil 21 to 7. In tho game be
tween Joo Dolllngor nnd Olul Oss, tin
Inttor won by a scoto of 21 to 14.
The followlm; additional entries
have been made during the past we '
Mark Johnson, who will pln nvqlust
(ieorgo Dyson, and W. A. Dunn nunnsi
Dan Vnellcr. 11. 8. Plot ion who hm
nlsn entered bin nnnie. will tiitu .i
i i)ye, ns thero Is no one to plus nua.ini
I mm All the matclicH will hnve in
bo plnje-d off during tho pr mi nt vm
Provldonio, u. I. Jan. 3 ' Kt'cii
groHsmuu Charles Spragun nl Mass
ihutultu died nt a baulturiuui heie to
Send the weekly edition ot the Bui-
vlctln to your friends. Only Jl a year.
WE MAKE STRONG
I BUT WE BACK THEM UP
m w?-i . c-"v;i
Wo have decided to clear out
nt a big loss. A look nt the goods
tile name qualities or matting
genuineness of this sale
Five different patterns heavy weight, nt the extremely low price of
$6.50 pep roll of 40 yards
All linen woof, fancy patterns of the newest designs. A Urge vari
ety of patterns and colors,
at $10.50 per roll
Special prices will he made on IoIb of live rolls or more
PACIFIC IMPORT COMPANY,
CLINTON J. HUTCH INS,
A I f X
chin SfcS( SiJ
xrrrHt ff 3r- J?
jVlcINERIVV BLOCK, PORT ST.
New goods In every line luive
Just been opened by us Among
them nre some ver) handsome
pieces of furniture. Wc war
rant our Roods ami will deliver
Highly Mulshed In either oaK
or mahogany large vnilctj or
designs nnd pllies.
The dining room is but pooilv
furnished without u China clos
et. They nre a necessity for
keeping the tlnliil) ware safn
Wo have n new stock of
haudbomc- Dak ('Insets nt low
in lies also u Well sell ctt'll stock
Kverjbiul invited tu loeik
about the stun-
sold a tremendous lot of
HANAN'S SHOES III til"
last J ear, and evet) one of
them has given perfect sat
isfaction. Wo can't offer nny mote
or nny less; vvc can only
say, to thoso unfortunates
thnt have not yet bought n
pair, that the have a treat
our entire stoeU of mnttini: oven
nnd n comparison of prices with
elsewliere will convince you of the
J. H. FISHER
Stock and Bond Brokers.
FIRE ASSOCIATION, of Philadelphia
WE6TERN A88URANCE CO, of To
ronto. Offices Stanaenvatd Blda- Mo
HONOLULU STOCK BXCHANGH
Honolulu, I'ebruarv io, I1502
NAME OF STOCK ' JjgJ i J Bt4I OfcH
MERCANTILE. I I
C. Pfwr ft Comttny. t,ooo,ox' ! 400
N.S SacMDO Co.LM bo.w too tm
L.B. Ktrr ft Co,, Ltl.. I oo,oj je 4
Cwi Plantation Co . $torrttno to t t)V
HawalUnAgTlculturilCo i.ooo.ooo too a70
Hawaiian Com. &Su Co t,it,T5oj 100 ,,,
tlawallan SujtirCo ... 1 t .ono.oco to. . t?
Honomu SuRar Co . tja.ooo) loot tiH
H inekaa Sugar Co a ono.ooo so'
Haiku Sucir Co $or.ora too) m
Kahuku Plantation Co 300,000 o n
Klhtl Ptant Co .Ltd, . 1,050.000 90 it
KU ahutu Sugar Co ... 160,000 toot IC9
Koloa SuearCo jocm, too .
McRry4SuCo..Ll. ,J.ioo,nl tc1 s "
0hu buear Coy t.too.ece top 90 u
(Homca SujirCo .,.. 1,000,00c ae tt tt
Ookala Suear Plan Co 1 on,t tr i;
Ofaa Su. Co LtJ , ai I t6y,ano r- I
OijjSu Cm LtJ pJup t I a $00,000! ao nj
filMlu( .mran t$o,ocoi 10c ... U9
Paauhau Su Plan Co 000,000 jc ,
Pat tin Suar .Mill joo.oroi too ... tl4
Pan Plantatt n Co J T59,ooo too
Prrk 1 Siir C'l .. IJO.ooo toe tr9
Pittrerr Mill u 1 ijo.onn! loo 80
Pl'inrrr .Mill Cu Aw jooooo too e.
Walaina Act. Ci ... 4.joo,ooo too ;i
Wai itkuSutfarCo roo.ooo' too ,9
Waimanal'iSufjar C tja,ooo' too 155 ,,,,,,
Wimta Milt Co .... taj.ooo too
WllJrr Stfamtip Co . .-. . ...
Inltr-MMiStumNCo SC ' "i.
Ilswallan LlKlfk (. 5 lt "".'..
Hon. K.rlJ THU ' "
Mutual Tflfrh. Co !'' " ' " . '
OahuHv&I.C.i . .1." ''
l-eorl.'. I & K I E Co '' ;
TlrM Nallonal Ijnlc
IllJt ASUan& TCo
Hawaiian tiov s r'ectnt
Hon Uifll Ttan.lt 100
1 .1 I'lantal n ( f.r rem too
Oahu 1 ft I f . pre c c.
Oahu IManlallon bpi tet
Olaa l'lanlatlon6 p. c
Walalua Asrlcul bf c I ioi
;;;;;; ; '.""""'""i ;
Kt Paul. Minn , I'eli. I A movement
Is on foot hUli niaj result In lin-
portnnt modifications to the "I'oitaRo
stninp' trnns-e-ontlnentnl rates, vvlilcli
were tlie subjeit of u ilcrliieil protest
from Jobbers of the Mldille West sev
eral years ngo. Sevrrnl Western lines
hnve njjreeil Jointly to reeiuest the suh-
tltutlon of graileil tariffs for these
rotes nt the eoinliiK session of the
transcontinental freight bureau.
L'mler the nicscnt scheilule many
classes of nrtirles nre carried from
New York to Chicago ami common
points nml the Missouri river at rates
precisely the same ns those from Xew
York to S.in Francisco .and Pacific
Coast points, ltates to Interior points
In Pacific territory, on the other hand,
uic higher than the rates from New
York through to the opposite coast. It
was Inillcnted today that one of the
most Important of the Northern coast
lines will mpport any movement to
substitute a graded b.iBls.
WILLARD E. DROWN.
w. a. i-ovi:.
Halstead & do;;
ON SUGAR SECURITIES.
921 Fort Street.
Stock and Bond Exchange.
STOCK AND BOND BROKER,
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE.
Orders for the purehaso or sale of
stocks nnd bonds carofuly nnd prompt
ly executed. Loans negotiated
Office Room 401, 4th floor, Stangen
wald Bldg. Postofflce box 390; Tele
phone Main 331.
E. W. JORDAN
I IS STILL MOLDING I
big - discount
sale - in - all
nt you will find on cniuliy
iiii:i:s cut to cluai: