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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, II. T., TIIUItSDAY, TEIl 13, 1902
EKA ft vE4Stel
WALL, NICHOLS GO,, LTD
Two Stores In One.
Wo arc safo In sajlng that a more beautiful lino of dining room
furnlturo was never seen In Honolulu They consist of round and
snuaro tables of rich quarters.! wed golden oak, tho round tables
measuring ftvo feet across.
WILTON, AXMINISTER AND
nn entirely new stock of goitguous designs Just opened and will sell
rapidly. Come and get jours before tho prettiest ones nro selected
J. HOPP & COMPANY
Lending Furniture Dealers.
CORNER KING AMD BETHEL SIS.
The last boat brought us a consign
ment of onions from New Zealand At
this time of ear these onions arc hard
nnd firm, while California onions arc
sprouting. If you are fond of this veg
clable, the) will proo n treat. We
NEW ZEALAND CHEESE
both In tins and open, and wc received
with tno same goods
put up In tins like salmon.
H, MAY & GO.
THE LEADING GROCERS.
Telephones 22, 24, 92
It brings home
Havana to you
a Box 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
Have jour wlfo order a box
when slio telephones for tho
LEWIS & GO.
:. LEADING GROCERS. .:
240 Three Telephones 240.
No one likes to wear glasses, hut
we should bo unfortunate Indeed If
wc were deprived of this ortlhiial old
to failing vision.
Tho next best thing to NO glass Is
tho satisfaction afforded by halng tho
Wo desire to make a walking adver
tisement of every person to whom wo
eelt glasses, and wo endenvor to do It
by glvlug tno greatest case and torn
fort any glass can afioru.
Wo havo tho adequate knowledgo
and oxpeilenco to enable us to do this
A. N. Sanford,
Boston Building, Fort Street.
Tlio successful merchant
recognizes the. Importance,
of btislncsi Bystem. 'IhlD
Illustration allows tho sim
ple process of building a
stack of sections with
EXPANSION : 8YSTEM.
Many labor saving devices
In this 8) stem which wo will
bo pleased to show and ex
plain to you whether you In
tend to buy or not. Ilemcm
bcr, wo will bo pleased to
sco you. .
THE GOLDEN RULE
WILL OPEN ITS DOORS FOR
DUSINESS ON THURSDAY,
JANUARY 30th, IN ITS NEW
QUARTERS, 156 HOTEL
STREET, OREGON BLDQ.
Wo extend n cordial Invita
tion to our friends nnd tho
general public to leit 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 all whether
purchasers or friendly callers.
J. M. WEBB,
No More Dread
of the Dental Chair
TEETH EXTRACTED AND FILLED
ABSOLUTELY WITHOUT PAIN by
our late scientific method applied to the
gums. No sleep-producing agentB or
These are the only dental parlors In
Honolulu having PATENTED APPLI
ANCES and ingredients to extract, Oil
and apply gold crowns and porcelain
crowns undectecable from natural teeth
and warranted for ten years, WITH
OUT THE LEAST PAIN. All work
deno by GRADUATED DENTISTS of
from 12 to 20 years' experience, an
each department In charge of a Special
1st. Give us a, call, and ou will find
us to do exactly as we advertise. We
will tell you In advance exactly what
your work will cost ny a FREE EX
Set Teeth R5 00
Gold CrownH 65.00
Gold Filling 81.00
Silver Fillings : 50c
Our name alono will be a guarantee
that your work will be of this beet.
New York Dental Parlors,
Room 4, Elite Building, Hotel tiireei
LADIE3 IN ATTENDANCE
Hours, 8 a. m. to C p. n.
Sundays. 9 a m to Yi m.
A manly spoit lor Mnnly .Mm.
Strictly first-class In every respett
AN HOUR IN THE MORNING
.THE SAME HOUR EVERY MORNING
or afternoon given to dictation, will
keep )our correspondence "cleaned
up ' Try It a month.
J. D. AVERY, Business Correspondent
Regularity) Certainty' Despatchl
Tel. Main 76. 95:45. Elite Dldg.
t HI vaiHkbhT h.
THIRTEEN 2 CENT STAMPS
FOR A CENT AND QUARTER
Hawaiian Dollars Sell For Foity-Five
and Fifty-Five Cents Each
The Jo) fill Joshei Is abroit' In the
town this wick niul dm In,; the lust
few dn)s has had a deal of fun at the
expense of the irediilous metnbeii of
the commonwealth whom he lotuul hid
time to listen to his song
It Is not generally known tint Ha
waiian dollais of the good Kin kali
kaua inn he bought at the oinki for
forty-live nnd lift) -five eints each, but
nevertheless tills Is so nnd knowing
this the Jo) fill Joxher has had fun A
the pieces pass at pir several of tho
thrifty ones along the waterfront got
to figuring out how the) could buy
dollars for fort)-five and llft)-ilve cents
each and pass them at pni thus netting
a considerable little gain
Postmaster Oat and Captain Camp
bell were talking the matter nr tills
morning In the Wllder's ship eli mdla-y
office when Oscar Lewis, tin uilpplng
master made his appearance Scenting
nn opportunlt) to make an lioneii pen
ny without hard work he begged to be
put wise to the gome." When the
truth dawned upon him he Jumped at
the chance, remarking that ho knew
two firms In San Francisco who vv ulil
take the money at par If lhe weie net
rt "on" to tho slump The next teen
of Lewis ha was out with a gnnj of
tailors carrying money sacks, and was
on his wnv to the banks to liu) nil tl.n
Hawaiian dollars In sight nt the rate
quoted hlni by Campbell and Oat.
Meeting his partner, Frank Turk
outside Spreckcls' Hank. Lew Is let him
In on the scheme to make a fortune
Turk gazed on Lewis for a few sec
onds and then handed him a bunch of
air that would hive cooled a piece of
lie The burden of his talk was that
Low Is was a fit subject foi the nut tm-
tory and tint he was a driveling Idiot
and should go way up on a hill nnd
stand on his head to get Ills brain put
In pla.e again Lewis was out for the
stuff, however, nnd thought Turk was
tnlng to divert his attention to some
thing elbe so he could bet In and "cop
out the dough" Then Tuik fearing
for his partner's reason tried to
humoi him nnd finally asked him to
add fort) -five nnd fifty-five cents to
gether and find If the sum total wai
not what dollars were a1wa)s sold at
The men with the mono saiks wero
dismissed nnd Lewis went and bought
a brace, for himself and partner.
When someone told 0 II Ilericy
that It was possible to buy thirteen two
cent stamps nt the PoUoffkc
for one cent and a Quarter he went
right around to see Postmester Oat
about It. Oat told him that tho report
was true and did not seem surprised
as the stamps havo nlwa)s sold at tin
priie Ilcrrc) Immediately put down
five cents and nsked for flfl)-two two
cent stamps and was then told be was
shy nine-nine cents of the cost prlie
That although thirteen two tents
stamps were sold for one cent and a
quart) r five cents was not enough to
piy for fift)-two twos
ii was men CNpiaiyeti lo mm ina.
one tern anu a nuiinur miiuumiu ui
twcn()-sl tents and wlicn lie worked
it out on a piece of papir he found
that the statement was .omit lie
kit muttering sonutliiiig about
Tin. (ommunlt) along Queen and
town Foit streets wuo staitlol the
othti moiulng b) the iiiritut report
that S 11 Rose of the Wlldei s Stiam
ship Co was willing to pa) $11 fir IOTP
nickels A onng man fiom il Hack
fclii H Co was soon on the spot with
nltk.l of the lolnagQ of 1000 and want
ed Rose to take It for the price quoted
Rose Mild he was willing to take It at
the prlre If the joung man would
bring along the other 1S9D nickels ne
icssary to make up the I'JOO A lirgt
ban el of Snuerhrunncn was suit
around to Rose's home as u bribe to
keep hi m fiom telling about the trans
nttlon hut somehow ur other It leaked
finis during the dull times duth the
jovtitl Joshei abide III the land an I
growetli fat on the laughs caused by
tin effoits of the credulous to get
soul, tiling for notliins
The mat. Ins of tho V M C A hurl
bull tournament ale slowl) In lug pla
ed off cwlcidav two games wt.u
plaud lu twee n Inhiihtou and 1))Slii,
tlie fiuiner winning them both u t lie
1-S In the Hist itnil 21 lu
(fin .u. nn. t.umn 'I'l.lu iiiiDi ;.. rif-Li
This leavci tht P"-n
ent II, of .ompiting ,,.). for .h,!!";,,,"-",1; "
tt'ilillil KHlllil ill iiuiii ii K.iiii -i nn lui-
lows .1 O Hart Johnston, 01 if Out,
William Ken A Dim kinan niu A.
I.ulz. of which tin. Inst two won hv It
fault as thi'li oppontnts were not able
to mitt them There r.msln fiv
matches which will be placd off dur
ing tills week The) are A N Ktohn
vs A Asue. W (' Ciook Ji. vs C Tay
lor It J Allen vs 1'iank Larllug, Ilur
iiiiin Mietli vs Thomas Dolau and lorn
Evans vs S B Lulled,
Up to 10 o'tlo.k twin) tin e was
only one niiest down in tin ruolvln;
stitiou clerks retold litis was Pan
ulil Wnlanue, ihargtd uuli lii"ii) in
the second diree H 'nilvin Kaaju
made tin arrest
Ah Put the ( liiiwiiiiitn of the li.un
ways Co t aught in Hi' sand niiirku
near l.uimlllo Home ) vi" jh appeal
ed In tht Piill.H Court toil ty llhi.i.1
vvinl over to Febrii.iiv IS
He iihtd lo noik with his might,
But lies fnigiltlug how.
He Kildom lifts a hand today,
lio takes his cue and 'luwu hie pay
lit selves ills touuti) now.
Chlmgo ltttoid lltiald
LOCAL AND GENERAL
The Bulletin's special Industrial edl
tlon can be obtained at this office or
the newsstands. Price 25 cents.
Q II llerrcj's ufllce, S Campbell bid
I'urnlturc for sate at Qucca Hotel
8fo tlaslned ads.
The Cotton Itroi dredger Is at work
deepening the harbor off tho end of
the inllrond wharf , j
A now boat shid to aceomniudito
tho privnte boats of members) has been '
built alongside of the Heatanl Hon)
The annual meeting of stockholdrs
of the Haiku Sugar Co will be hold on
.Monday, leb. 21. Fee notlio on last
Ilourbon Whiskey, fi jears old. 3 fin.
Claret, HO cents, Sherry nnd Tokn "l
cents n gallon at Hoffsthtacgcr Co a j
Julius Asrhc leaves by steamer thl
afternoon for Walmon, Kntnil whti.
he will spend n wctlenrntd va.ntlini
of n couple of wicks v lilting his son -fmnllv.
California tlr onions nro sprouting
now nnd arc sold but those fond of th
vegetable will find good, firm onions at
May . Co . Just ncelvid from New
Zealand See nd
Tho flagpole for the Hawaii Yi.ht
Club will bo taken to I'uuloa touinr j
low bj the Kncna The Hag rnhlng
will tnkc plate on tlio afternoon or
In the Police Court this forenoon,
Mahomed Khan, nn East Indian plead-1
cd guilt) to the charge of drunkenness !
anil was fined 2 and costs. The ar-
icst was made last night.
A. C Mahone, formerly In tin- cm
ploy or T II. Davlcs S. Co, luives foi
Kuunl In tho steamer Mlkalial.i this
evening to tnno charge, of the .Metro
polltan Co 's storo at Waimen
Regular monthl meeting of the Tree
Kindergarten nnd Children s Aid At-so
elation will he held on Friday Feb
14 at !) 30 a m In the rooms of the
Y. W C A , Iloston building
Mar) Isabel Harrub has brought n
suit for divorce against Ernest L. liar
rub The plaintiff claims that her hus
band has been guilty of adulter) and
names the house of Roonc) In Kcvvulu,
as the specific placo.
Alice Mc tralf, us trustco for Emma
Met(jlf and Frank Godfrey us trust, o
for rhonias .Mcttalf. have brought bult
against Emma K Nakulna to cjulct
title In the matter of certain laud hold-
lugs in Manoa vallc).
U .1 Wnllcr went to Kalllil ludnv to
luspt.t the water resourrcs of the pio
Jccted new slaughter houses of tilt
Metropolitan Mi.it Co. The building
contra, t has not jot been awarded,
but the bids are In hand.
There will bo two prizes glviu at tin
farmers ball tomorrow evening, for
tho niott original farmer's lostumo
No masks will bo worn A uncilal iur
will be In waiting until midnight.
Tickets at tho door $1.00.
Salto n Japinosc was arched es
terdny for going about the j'lreiu with
out HUfllrltnt clothing. In the Polled
Court today, defendant iloidsu gulltv
and was reprimanded and dlwi.ri'M
Judge Wilcox warning tho man U
dress properly In tho futur'.
i'iottllg , a completo list of tho
mt mlit ra nt the Ilulldors Exthnnge I
Honolulu compiled nnd bit lu their re
speitivo pla.es b) J I). Aver)
tar) of the Mast, r lluild. rs AuioiU
An lilti.lH nnd Civil Engineers- Ml
, ""(ll'r "ll8 htadlug will bo mado tun
' linn v uii'i iiimx
Awnings L'nshmnn & Nelson
HlailtsmitliH lltnr) Wright and
W W Wright.
lliitkmakeis Honolulu Clay Ci.
Builders Hardware Eminclutli &
Co. E O Hall & Son, II A Hepn
ner & Co, Lewers & Cooko. Pacific.
Hardware) Co, Whitman . Co., and
Wilder & Co.
Building Materials II. A. Hoppnor
& Co, Lowers & Cooko. E O. Hall &
Son, Wilder A Co, Hawaiian trading
Co , Ltd , and Concrtto Construction
I)rn)lng Contractors Hustnco &
Co , People's Express &. I'raj Co., and
Union ExpresB Co.
Ele.trlc.it Contrnttors Hawaiian
Elictri. Co, Oceanic Gas &. Electric
Co and Guy Owens
Foundries Catton, Ntlll & Co nnd
Honolulu1 Iron WorkB
I.lmo and Cement California Feed
Co T 11 Davics & Co, und Lewers
Lumber All. n &. Kolilusou I.twors
6. Cooko and Wilder & Co
Marble and (Intuitu Palolo latnd
luipiovement Co nnd Hawaiian Mon
uniintnl A. Iron Fenio Co
Master Builders F. W. Roardslee
II F Bertleman, John Bowler Camp
0"" ''"". " togsw.n ton
cnl" t-oiiHiruciion t;.i , i.ui., j n
Co, Ltd, Fred Hnrrlson, Huwalian
Englnterlng & Construction Co Hoff
man ii Riley J A. Hopper, T H
Kern, Lucas Brothers McDonnld &
Lnitgston John Ouderklrk, Pacific Mill
Co. Ltd William T Paty F II Red
ward, M L Smith and F. J. Wllhelm
Master Painters V II Poillsen
Constant Sterling, Stanley Stevenson
C A Lewis, W'm Palkull and II Mt
Mnsttr Plumbers J. S Hallo), E
It Bath, Eniinoluth . Co.. W J
Englnnd, Gehriug Ic Butzkc, Hawaiian
Supply Co, James Nott Jr, E W
Qulnn nnd J N. Shnfcr & Co.
Plumbing Supplies Honolulu Iron
Woihs anil Hawaiian Supply Co
Paints. Oils and Glass .J O Hah
i. Son Lowers Cooko Pnilfie Hard
wire Co, Wilder & Co nnd II Me
Pinning Mills A Hnirlson Mill Co
Hoppnrs Pinning Mill Linns Brothers
nnd Pa. in. Mill Co
(JiuurleH Palolo Land & Improve
Sind lluslaic fi Co, Union F
Slit tt lion Work Cnhrl nn x llulzko
and Honolulu hhopt Motil Works
tinsmiths Honolulu Shot t Mo'nl
Wall Papor Liwvts ft Cooka II
Mi Koehnlu und Wilder & Co
WE MAKE STRONG "
BUT WE BACK THEM UP
W S.hK mt tiX.'ii
We havo decided to char out our mtlre stork of matting oven
at a. big loss A look at the goods and n comparison of prices with
the same qualities of matting elsivvlurc will tonvlnio )ou of the
genuineness of this salt
Five different patterns heav) weight at the extreme!) low prlct of
$6.50 per roll of 40 yards
All linen woof, fancj patterns of the newest designs A largo varl
cty of patterns nnd colors,
at $10.50 per roll
Special prices will be mad. on lots of five rolls or more
PACIFIC IMPORT COMPANY,
CLIINTOIN J. HUTCH IIN.S,
HPMIl PHNC II Jff
iVlclNERISV BLOCK. PORT ST.
Now goods In every line have
Just been opened by us Among
them are some very handsome
pUccs of furniture Wo war
rant our gootls and will deliver
Highly finished In cither oak
or mahogany, largo variety of
designs and prlecs.
The dining room Is hut poorly
furnished without a China rlos
ct They aro n necessity for
keeping tho dalntj ware safo
Wo havo u new stock of
hnndsome Oak Closets nt low
prices, also a well sulci ted sto.k
l2ver)liod iiivilttl to lnok
about tlie stun'
sold n tremendmi'- lot of
HANAN'S SHOES In tin
last )ear, and ovct) one of
them has given perfect sat
isfaction. Wo isn't offer nny more
or any less; wo inn onlj
sn, to thoso unfoitunates
that havo not )ct bougnt u
pair, that tin) havt a trtat
J. H. FISHER
Slock and Bond Brokers.
FIRE ASSOCIATION, of Philadelphia
WESTERN A88URANCE CO, of Tr
Omces Stangenwald Btdgn Mt?
HONOLULU STOCK UXCIIANGL1
Horn lulu, Tehruary 12, 1002
NAME OF STOCK pjf"pl? BUIAHhI
C flriwr Ar Crrnrinv i coo ex "o im
NSSKhDOCoLM 6o,eoo t t
LB. Km & Co,, LtJ tooo-v V o
Ei Plantation Co tocoaco i .
HtwiltanAerkulturilCo, t aoo, loo tn
MiwallanCofti AtSu Co t.jit ?ji tool ....
Hawaiian Sugar Co It 000.000 o. i) ?
Honomii Sucar Co ftooro i"l n-'i
Monnkaa Su?ar Co tom.oco tn 11
Haiku Sugar Co joo eoo 100 1,
Kahuku (MantJtlon Co joo.ooo sni 11 . .,
Klhef Plant Co U4 toomo 90' nH
Kt(.ahutu Sugar Co . 100,000 tor' )M
tColoa Sujjar Co yxiro' , m
McBrydtbuCo LJ pwm n1 1 '
0hu Sugar Co, i,(p,ouo ton 9)i,
thomri Sugar Co iigoooon. to
Ookala Sugar Plan Co1 jooor! to vt
Olaa Su Co LtJ ait !6j,or ; 6
0 ii "u Ci Ltl f J up ( 1 -jooouo o
01 w tlu t tmt r 1)0000 too .. n'j
PanthiiiSu plan C joooorol 50
Pf d Sugar Mill s00-"1
Paia Plarttxtion Cn fjo.oooj too
Pri-rrkro Sugr Cu , fjo,oool too tr?
Pi firir Mill ( ( ttjopmj too. ... $,
Pi .riwr Mill Co Aio 5000m too
Waljlua Agri Co 43-10000 too i ,
WaHiikuSinjrCn yooooc tow
Wilm trial Nuj;ir Co ij,ooo loo 13J ,,t ,
ttalmfa Mi I Co 115000 100
WllJffStfam-hlpCn ., .,-
Inter-tlnj StrimN Co 5,, '" 1, ,t0
llaai.an LWtrk C SSS ' ..,
Hon HyJT&LCo ... !
Mutual Trlrrh-on Co t Mg) I0
Oahu Hv At L Co . " , lfto v M
iopitiicf&Rieco n;s !.;: . ;
ririt Saliinjl (lark
rirt AS Bank & 1 Co
Hawaiian (i s ftr cmt ...
Hit. RkC. prrcrnt
H n HapJ Ttntt
I wa Plantal n a rr cent ico
Oaha U fi 1 1 fit k 104
Ojtyi Piani it n f . ... t-ji
Olaa Plantation t p, c .
Waia ua Agn ul fcj c 101
IDE (ill II
Tin M anui l.i ll ill wliltli iinlv.U
litre from Hi' Ixliintl of Moloknl List
tvilllllg tXMilinml tlio liiKt klntl nt
vvi.itlur during lur trip In tnmini;
flown tlie t luinnel jestenlaj nfternoon
(ill Kaniulo tlie little schooner Tlie
Drotlitrs was lursetl colli); uIouk nt n
crcnt r.ite with a strong vvlml att ami
tlie water ns smooth as a mill poml.
The little vessel lett here about 3 30
jester.l.i) moi littiR uinl nl 1 30 jester
l.i' aft. moon luul gone nljniil slxt)-t-lx
mil. I Ills In eonsltlcrt.il n kooiI
ierforman e although tho wind anil
sea was all In Iter favor Sho will take
a look In nt the landing at the Settle
ment and then ko to Knhnlnl to load
palal for the lepers.
WILLAUD E. DROWN.
W. A. LOVE.
Halstead & Go;;
ON SUGAR SECURITIES.
921 Fort Street.
Stock and Bond Exchange.
STOCK AND BOND BROKER.
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE.
Orders for tlio purchaso or islo ot
stocks anil bonds carefuly nnd prompt
ly executed. Loans negotiated
Office Room 401, 4th floor, Stangen
wald Dldg. Postoffice box 390; Tele-
Iphone Main 331.
E. W.JORDAN s
I IS KTILL HOLDING t
big - discount
sale - in - all
nn tin will Ilntl on enquiry
IMtlCCS CUT TO CLEAR