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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU,!!. T., WEDNESDAY, FEU. 12, 1902.
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WALL, NICHOLS CO,,
Two Stores In One.
Wo aro safo In saying that a more beautiful line of dining roam
furnlturo was never seen In Honolulu. They consist of round ami
square tables of rich qiiartcr-s.nvvcd golden oak, tho round tallies
measuring flvo feet across.
WILTON, AXMINISTER AND
an entirely now stock of goiiguous designs Just opened and will sell
rapidly. Come and get yours before tho prettiest ones arc selected.
J. HOPP & COMPANY
Lending Purulturc Denlert.
CORNER KING AND BETHEL STS,
f-f Wo know how to roast -f-f
f coffco to a nicety and do It
4-f every day. Wo know how to -f
H- blend coffco perfectly. If wo -t-f
-f-f didn't wo would hire sorao -ff
f-f ono who docs. -ff
H- Wo know that our KONA -ff
f-f COFFEE, roasted fresh ev- -ff
'ff cry morning and ground -ff
-f fresh as you got It, Is tho -f-f
best to bo obtained. -f f
,-f-f Wo know that 30c tho ff
, -f-f pound for this coffco Is a -t-f
W very small price. -ff
f-f If you try It you'll say tho -f f
f-f same. -f-f
H. MAY & GO.
THE LEADING GROCERS.
Telephones 22, 24, 92
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 SAGHEZ and HAYA
Havo your wife order a box
when she. telephones for tho
LEWIS & GO.
:. LEADING GROCERS. .:
240 Three Telephones 240.
No ono likes to wear glasses, but
we should bo unfortunato Indeed If
we were deprived of this nrtlnclal aid
to failing vision.
Tho next best thing to NO glass Is
the satisfaction afforded by having the
Wo doslre to mako a walking adver
tisement of evory person to whom wo
sell glasses, and wo endeavor to do It
by giving tno grcatost caso and com
fort any glass can aftoru.
Wo havo tho adequate knowledge
and experience to enable us to do this,
A. N. Sanford,
Doston Building, Fort Street.
Tho successful merchant
recognizes tho Importance
of business Bystem. Thin
Illustration shows tho sim
ple process of building a
stack of sections with
EXPANSION : 8Y8TEM.
Many labor saving devices
In tbls system which wo will
bo pleased to show and ex
plain to you whether you In
tend to buy or not. Remem
ber, wo will bo pleased to
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 imita
tion to our friends and tho
general public to visit us in
our New Home, which wo in
tend to make tho "Model Book
and Stationery Store" of tho
city. A kindly welcome will
bo extended to all whether
purchasers or friendly callers.
J. M. WEBB,
No More Dread
of the Dental Chair
TEETH EXTRACTED AND FILLED
ABSOLUTELY WITHOUT PAIN bj
our late scientific method applied to tht
gums. No sleep-producing agents oi
These are the only dental parlors Is
Honolulu having PATENTED APPLI
ANCES and ingredients to extract. All
and apply gold crowns and porcelain
crowns undcctecable from natural teetl
and warranted for ten years, WITH
OUT THE LEAST PAIN. All wort
dene by CHIADUATED DENTISTS ol
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. W
will tell you In advaui-0 exactly what
your work will cost by a FHEE EX
Set Teeth SB.00
Gold Crowns SS.OO
Gold Filling $1.00
Silver Fillings SOc
1 Rt-m.. UMfcHSS
Our name ulone will ira a guarantee
that your work will be of tho beat.
New York Dental Parlors,
Room 4, Elite Building, Hotel Street
LADIES IN ATTENDANCE.
Hours, 8 a. m. to 6 p. n.
Sundays, 9 a. m, to 1- m.
A manly sport for Mnnly Men.
Strictly first-class In every reBpect.
AN HOUR IN THE MORNING
THE SAME HOUR EVERY (HORNING
or afternoon, given to dictation, will
keep your correspondence "cleaned
up." Try it a month.
J. D. AVERY, Business Correspondent
Regularity) Certainty Dematchl
Tel. Main 76. 95:45. Elite Bldg,
FROM LEGISLATORS OF
THE ISLAND OF HAWAII
They Enumerate Dole's Short Comings
And Ask That He Be Removed
Judge Little Named as
Tho following petition has been sent
to tho President at Washington asking
him to remove Oocrnor Dole and np
point ailbert i Little, Governor of
To the President. White House, Wash
ington. D. C.
Sir: Wo the undersigned senators
and representatives of (lie Territory
of Hawaii respectfully Invite your at
tention to the manifest and utter in
competency of Sanford II. Dole. Gov
ernor of the Territory of Hawaii His
conduct toward tho Legislature has
been Insulting. He lias flippantly mndo
charges against the Legislature. A
grand Jury has carefull Investigated
them, and found them to be baseless
He has tetania! by every means at
hit commnnd the progressive clement
of our citizens from working for the
general well being of the Territory Ho
fills over nine-tenths of the places in
the Territorial service, either person
ally or through the various boards
which lie himself appoints. Ho has
surrounded himself ns a ronsequonce,
by men who nro absolutely un-American,
unpatriotic nnd out of sympathy
with the Constitution and laws of the
We, therefore, respectfully suggest
that the good of the Republican party,
and of the public servlco In this Ter
ritory, ns well as the best Interests of
nil our citizens demand Ills Immediate,
removal, and that the Hon. Gilbert F.
Little, now the Circuit Judge of the
Fourth Circuit of this Territory, bo
appointed to succeed him. Judge Lit
tle will cement the warring factions
Inasmuch ns be has the confidence and
respect of alt classes of our citizens.
Is a thorough Amerlonu nnd Is loyal to
the Constitution nnd the Flag
JOHN T. IJllOWN.
Senator Fourth District.
JAMES I). LEWIS.
Representative Fourth District.
W.M U. NA1LI.MA Sit.,
Representative Fourth Dlstiiit.
B BOOH AM
The Mallo-Illmns nnd tho Honolulu
Association fontbull teams aro at pros-
ent practicing for tho gamo which will
bo played on tho Maklkl grounds Sat
urday afternoon. Tho Honolulus feat
thoy will bo seriously hampered by
tho loss of two of their best men.
namely, McMlchacl and Sopcr. Mc
Michael, the halfback, Is at presenl
confined to his bed by Illness nnd So
por, who Is tho best fullback In the
team, Is sulTcrlng from an Injured an
kle. Tho Injury of tho latter took
plaro during last Saturdaj's gamo.
Ho received a heavy kick which shat
tered bis guard and lamed his nnklo
Ho tried to play In veslerdny after
noon's practice gamo but hud to give
It up. It Is teared that ho will not be
In shape by Saturday. Tim teams will
probably be lined up on Samdav at
Andrew s Fenwlck
Oleason n. Anderson
M. Anderson J. Anderson
Class .' I-ansilalo
Tho first gamo of the Junior Asso
elation Football League will bo played
on Saturda afternoon before tho Sen
lor game, Tho contest will bo between
tho Mallo-Illmns and the Punnhous
with the following line-up:
. . Oilman
Andrew i i
DESERTED HI MEADE
F Hotter, a deseiter from the tians
poit Meade, mndo his appearance In
the Pollen Court this forenoon on d'O subject to be given tomorrow (Thurs
charge of vagrancy. He pleaded not I day) evening In tho Y. 51. C. A. hall
guilt and the case went over until to- at, 8 o'clock by Edward M. Orlfflth. ex-
monow In order to give the police time
Iletter nppearcd at the police station
Inst night and begged that he lie given
a lodging for the night and something
to eat. He was In very bad circum
stances and had no place to go for n
meul or for n bed The fellow was
Immediately locked up as It has been
the habit at tho police station to keep
In detention an ono who makes a
break of the kind.
In the Pollco Court the defendant
said that he had seen Lieut. Hancock
lit Camp McKlnlej and that ollleer had
consented to enlist him In the ranks of
(he Ai tiller men now stationed In Ho
nolulu If this cannot be m ranged,
lictter Is likely to get two or three
months in Oahu Jail
When the Chumbei of Commciee.
meets next month W C Wfcdcni will
appear and report on his lecture tout
of the Mainland Among other things,
he will give his Ideas us to the feualbl-
lltj of the Chamber of Commeiio do
lug moro In the line of learning on the
LOCAL AND GENERAL
The Bulletin's special Industrial edi
tion can be obtained at this office or
the newsstands. Price 25 cents.
Q It. rterrej's odlcc, 8 Campbell bid
Lease of taro bind nt miction Satur
day See Jas F. Morgan's column
Cholee ferns nnd palms nt otirtlon
Friday Seo Jos F Morgan b column
Nlcelj furnished rooms, Popular
House, 1219 Fort St., $1.50 per week up.
Valuable leaso of land will be sold
at auction Saturday by Jas. F. Morgan
A driving horse and phatcton will bo
sold nt auction by Jas, F. Morgan Sat
urday. Tho schooner Honolpo was to sail
from Eleelc today with 10,000 bags of
The steamer Mikahala arrived from
Kauai this morning with 2)00 bags of
K. S. M. sugar.
J. Mort Oat has moved Into his new
Lome on the corner of t'llkol street and
Ilourbon Whiskey, C jears old. $3 "0;
C'latet, 50 cents,. Sherry and Tokay, 71
cents a gallon at HolTschhegcr Co s
The bark W. 11 Flint at Makawell
when tho Mikahala left was loaded and
leady to sail She has 19.900 bags of
The dredging outfit of Heal & Tib
bets, the contractors who have been
doing harbor work nt Pago Pago, is
going to Son Fronrlsco In tho Sonoma.
S. Ehrllch, manager of the Pacini
Import Co., left for the Coast In tli"
Sonoma today. Howll!!m manj nov
elties In the dry goods line while on the
Octirge R. Carter departed for Wash
ington In the Sonoma today The largo
delegation of good citizens and sub
stantial men of affairs was lacking at
the wharf, to sec him off
II. L. Finney, formerly manager of
tho Ilullctln, Is now engaged on thn
business end of the Tnconin News Af
ter leaving Honolulu some cars ago
be spent some time In tho Klondike
The new Ilrownlc camera nt $2 Is a
marvel; tnkes pictures 2', li 3 has
two finders for vertical or horizontal
pictures. Itemcmber the pi Ice Is only
two dollars at Honolulu Photo Supply
Tho Mellrjde Estate through Its at
torney, W. A. Kinney, has brought suit
against the Territory of Hawaii to es
tablish certain fishing rights nt Wa
hlawal, Lawal and Knlahco on the Isl
and of Kauai.
Tho llttlo schooner Tho llrothcn
started off for Maul and Molokal last
evening to enter Into the paial trade
between ports on Maul nnd tho Settle
ment. She will bo back here about tho
end of the week.
The annual meeting of the members
of tho Myrtle IJoat Club will be held
on Wednesday evening, February 12.
at 7 30 o'clock In the rooms of the Ha
waiian Trust Co. Fort street Everj
member Is requested to be present
There was a special meeting of the
Wnlalua Agricultural Company held
this morning at 10 o'clock at Castle &
Cooke's office. Ucond the adoption o(
certain by-laws, for which purpose the
meeting was called, no business was
Treasurer Wright mado tho state
ment today that the Territory would
not hnve to borrow any moncj for six
months nt the present pro lata How
ever, the showing of 60 per cent for
salaries Is bail enough, even without
the borrow lug of money.
The box plan foi the Hawaiian Drn
malic Soclct's production Is now open
at Wall. Nichols The rehearsals ar
proving hlghlj successful nnd an even
Inq; of some merit may be expected
with reason, which will undoubted!) be
gieeted with a large house.
A buoy marking the center of the
harbor has hi en placed In the bay on
tho Inter-Island wharf. This buoy
will art as a guide for tho dredger
which will deepen the harbor mauka of
a line drawn from tho buoy to the ma
kal end of the railroad wharf.
Inspector In charge fjeorgo Kelstcr
resumed his duties nt the Custom
House this morning nfter an absence of
about six weeks. During that time ho
was seriously 111 with fever and nearly
died. He has now regained his health
and feels better than he lias In years.
The upper corners of tho front page
of the Ilullctln nre greatly appreciated
by readers. Tho left hand corner gives
correctly tho movements of steamers
to and from the Coast, vvhllo tho right
hand corner contains advertising say
ings which could be perfectly applied
by many business houses.
This Is Ash Wednesday. In St.
Clement's chapel, there was Lltuny at
" 30 ""e'ock this morning nnd Holy
Communion nt 10.30 o'lock. Evensong
IH Mo l'laco at 7 30 o'clock this
evening mere win bo two seivlcci
dall) thioughout Lent nt 7 u m and
5 p m. excepting on Wednesdn and
Filda) when evensong will be nt 7 3d
Those Interested In forestrv should
not full to uttend tho I eel ore on that
pert forester It Is free to all Ily kind
permission of Principal I)ke of the
Kamehameha schools, tho glee club of
Hint Institution will render vocal num
bers under direction of Prof King.
The Y M C A tins recolved quite n
number of donations In the line of
' reading matter for the soldiers on tho
transport Three largo cart loads were
! taken down yesterday. This was eon-
trlbiitc.il by Willi. Nichols & Co tho
Hawaiian News Co and mini prlvatn
Individuals. Tho soldiers asked Sec
retary II. O Hi own of the Y M C A
for Ntatlonaiy In order that the could
write letters on their way to Manila
, The mil for this was niilcklv jiiawcml
. by the Hawaiian & Honolulu Paper Co
which cionaleil a large qt.antltv of writ -
lug paper and also t,cvcii dozen pemlb
und 500 envelopes The Hnwnlliin
News Co gave) GOO envelopes Mother
Castle donated u huge number of How.
1DII1 TAKEN W. OF
W - rs and tracts.
WE MAKE STRONG
Wo havo 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 elsewhere will convince ou of the
genuineness of this sale.
Five different patterns, bcav weight at the cxtrcmel low price of
$6.50 per roll of 40 yards
All linen woof, fancy patterns of the newest designs. A Inrgc vari
ety of patterns and colors,
at $10.50 per roll
Special pi Ices will be mnde on lots of five rolls or more
PACIFIC IMPORT COMPANY, "
Mode! Illock, Fort Street.
CLINTON J. HUTCHirV.S,
W. 13. it QUTH Jgf
McIINERNY BLOCK, PORT ST.
New goods In every line have
Just been opened by us. Among
them are boiiio very handsomo
pieces of furnlturo. Wo wnr
rnnt our goodB nnd will deliver
Highly Mulshed In either oak
or mahogany, largo variety of
designs and prices.
The dining room is but poorly
furnished without a China clos
et They aro a necessity for
keeping the dainty ware bafo
We have a new slock of
handsome Oak Closets at low
prices, also a well selected stock
Everybod I in It eel to look
uliiiiit the stole,
BACK THEM UP ?
sold a tlcmenelous lot of
HANAN'S SHOES in the
last )ear, and evory one ot
them has given perfect sat
isfaction. Wo can't offer any more
or any less; wo can onl
say, to tboso unfortunates
that havo not ct bought a
pair, that the havo a treat
J. H. FISHER
Stock and Bond Brokers.
FinE ASSOCIATION, of PhlltdelpWu
WESTERN ASSURANCE CO, t( T.
Offices Stanoenwald Bids- Me'
HONOLULU STOCK HXCIIANG5
Honolulu, February 12, lyn
NAME OF STOCK plfi'jj j BUI Iim
C. Dr.wrr A Coirecartv ' i.roe.cr o m
N S 5chDO Co.l'l to too. loo
L B, Kirr Sc Co,, Ltl 100.000 Jt
Ew Plintillon Co .. s.ooo'.ooo m fli . ,m
HawatltnAgflcultuMlCo t.ooo.000! 100 ., .. Bw
IliwilUnCom ft Su Co , t.ltt.rto ic
Hawaiian Sugar Co t.ooo.ooo o f j
Honomu Sugar Co TSo.ono loo irrW
Honokaa Sugar Co 1000,000' 90 ,c ,
Ha'ku Sugar Co joo.oool loo im
Kahuku l'lanlatle,n Co 900,000! 10 1, ....
Klhrl Plant Co lTJ. i.ojo.no s& i.
Klianulu Sugar Co .. ieo.ooo.loc UM
Koloa Sugar Co jot.oool too ft
McIlryiibuCo Xi 1 aooool ao V IS
O.nu Sural Co 1 1,(00,000' 100 . ,
(v-iomca Sugar Co ' i.oro.ooo ao . ...
Ookala Sugar Plan Co 1 vn.000 iU
Olaa Su Co 111 at I fei.nuol to
niaa e I ej rl ., M 1 Joo,ooo' M
en u-iul rnn ijoooc loo ... ttrV
I'aaiiha i i rlan C .ooo.oro Jo
Pi. Ii Suar Vltll 500 odo loo . ... ,1,
I'ala I'laniat n C TS0.000 100 4
IVrrrkt StigrCn .. 7SO,ooc loo ""tv
Plonefr Vlllt C ei 1 tjo oor- loo...... ft
Pioneer Mill Co A 500 000 loo ......
Wjlalui Agri Co 4,500,000 100 f,
VVallukiiSugar C.i Too,oor loo yr
VValmanal ,Sucjar Cn aja,ooo 100 15,4 ,,,f?,
VValmta Mill Co . laj.000 loo
WilJe-r Siramshlp Co .,,
lla.allan I Wirle Co ??" YZ
Hon RarU T & L Co '' ' - '"
Mutual T.le-rhoew Co !' '" "
p.ori . i . k 1 s co 'S Z ;;: . .."
Tlrtl National Hank
tlrM ASIIanafcTCo "
Hawaiian c,v 1 rr crnl ,. . . .,
Hon Harli Transit toa
La I'ljnlal n 6rcr cnl tea
Oaliu W ft L C o i-.r
Oahu I'lanlatitin n p c wvt
Olaa Plantation 6 p. c
Waiatua Agncul 6r C &ct
Sabs- Ml Millnde, 15.
V M.C.A. MATTERS.
Tciiniiiiow afternoon at " o'elmlt K.
I' Newcoinli the arc hltert, will dcllTt
a lee lure on Architectural Forms" at
the Y V I' A rooms All Melius, oft
non-nieml"rs of the association. re
luv licit to nttcnel this lecture which It
to he Illustrated with a number if.
original drawings by the lecturer.
Mrs W F Frear's lecture on Kme-i-son
will take place at the Y. V. C X.
rooms on Friday at I p. m.
Tickets for Miss loin limber's bene
fit concert which Is to be held at the Y.
M F A hall on the IStli of this monllr,
nro now foi sale at tho Y V. C. A.
The prloe lor seats Is CO rents.
It Is nn eas matter to determine tlr
power of n woman's will by cnmparlnx
the size of her shoes with the size o
her feet Chicago News.
WILLARD n. BROWN.
W. A. LOVE. f
FRANK HALSTEAD. (
Halstead & Co;;
ON 8UGAR 8ECURITIEI.
921 Fort Street.
Stock and Bond Exchange.
FINANCIAL AGENT. .
STOCK AND BOND BROKER.
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE.
Orders for the purchase or tale c
stocks nnd bonds carcfuly and prompt
ly executed. Loans negotiated. ...
Office Room 401, 4th floor, 8Unjc?
wald Bldg. Postofflce box 390; Tele
phone Main 331.
E, W, JORDAN
t IS STILL HOLDING I
big - discount
sale - in - all
oh you will find on enquiry
PRICES CUT TO CLUAIt
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