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WALL, NICHOLS GO,, LTD.
Two Stores In One.
Wo are safo In saying that a more beautiful line ot dining room
furnlturo was necr seen In Honolulu. They consist of round nnil'
squaro tables of rich quarter s.iwcd golden oak, tho round tables
measuring fivo feet across.
WILTON, AXMINISTER AND
an entirely new stock ot gctguous designs Just opened and will sell
rapidly. Come, and get yours before the prettiest ones aro selected.
J. HOPP & COMPANY
Lending Purulturc Dealers.
CORNER KING AND BETHEL STS.
The last boat brought us n consign
ment of onions from New Zealand. At
this time of year these onions aro hard
nnd firm, v.hllo California onions nro
sprouting. If you aro fond of this veg
etable, they villi provo a treat. Wo
NEW ZEALAND CHEESE
y both In tins and open, and we rcceUcil
with tne same goods
put up In tins like salmon.
H. MAY & GO.
THE LEADING GROCERS.
Telephones 22, 24, 92
Our Customers Like Our
Curry Powder !
They arctiatittfleil Mint the
Ingredients used In its
niiinufiicture lire the finest
obtainable and that you
will think ho too when you
LEWIS & GO.
:. LEADING GROCEJtS. .:
1060 FORT STREET.
240 Threo Telephones 240.
HANDFUL OF GLASSES will
, , not help your eyesight,
ou weal them nil unless niii ls
bn bus been propel 1 tested and the
Islit lens flit ml That Is Just where
be skill "f an optician comes to your
id If I test jour ejis jou will be
uie of getting the right glasses nnd
Mil have plenum e anil riatlsinttlon In
A. N. SANFORD
Boston Building, Fort Street.
Over May A Co.
Tho successful merchant
recognizes tho importance
ot business system. Thl
Illustration shows the sim
ple process ot building a
stack ot sections with
EXPANSION ! 8Y3TEM.
Many labor saving devices
In this system which we 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
8TREET, OREGON BLDO.
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 mako tho "Model Book
and Stationery Store" of tho
city. A kindly wolcomo will
bo extended to all whether
purchasers or friendly callers.
J, M. WEBB,
No More Dread
opthe Dental Chair
TEETH EXTRACTED AND FILLED
ABSOLUTELY WITHOUT PAIN by
our late scientific method applied to the
gums. No sleep-producing agents or
These aro the only dedal parlors Ir
Honolulu having PATENTED APl'LI
ANCES and Ingredients to extract, fib
and apply gold crowns and porcelalr
crowns undcctccable from natural teetl
and warranted for ten years, WITH
OUT THE LEAST PAIN. All wort
dene by GRADUATED DENTISTS o:
from 12 to 20 years' experience, an
each department In cliargo ot a Special
1st. Give us a call, and you will nnd
us to do exactly as we advertise. W
will tell you In ndvnnco exactly wbal
your work will cost by a FREE EX
Set Teeth SR Ot
Gold Crowns 65.01
Gold I-illlnHK SI.UC
Silver Plllinfia BUi
Our name alone will tie a guarantee
that your work will be of tho best.
New York Dental Parlors
Room 4, Elite Building, Hotel Slroe
LADIES IN ATTENDANCE
Hours, 8 n, m. to G p. c
Bundays, h in to 12 m.
A manlj spoil for Manly .Me.).
Strictly first class In every respett
"HiiiflylMiL J S ' l Liu
AN HOUR IN THC MORNING
THE 8AME HOUR EVERY NiORNINC
or afternoon, given to dictation, will
keep jour roireBpondenco "cleaned
ip " Try It a month.
J. D. AYERY, Business Correspondent
Regularity! Certainty' Desnatch!
Tel. Main 76, 9r-5:45. Elite Dldn.
MOUNTAIN VlbW MAN
ON PRESENT SITUATION
Lauds Work of Circuit Judge in
Washington Thinks Natives
Should Fall In
A letter from 1 J. Rjan of Mountain
View, Olnn, under of Jnnuarj 30. bear
ing on the political situation In the
Territory, was recehed In the last
Klnnu hj n gentleman In (own. I'ol
lowlng are a few extracts taken there
from: 'I note what jou say about getting
certain support for Judge Little. I
cannot tonceUo of any reason why
they (tho Haunllans) should hesitate
to fall In line. If they ever hud a
fritntl who did more for them at a cri
tical time, I would like to know who
be Is. Thej did not send him to
Washington nnd what he did was be
muse he thought It was fair and right,
pot for reward or hope of reward.
He was opposed by Hartwell, W. O
Smith, Armstrong nnd n hint of others
who Infested Washington, seeking to
hae some restriction put upon the Ha
waiian vote, nnd although he wanted
to ho appointed ns one of the Judges,
be did not knock under to that gang
when lighting was likely to knock
I do not know that all the Hawallans
ran appreciate the situation ns they
hao not bad an opportunltj to be
come familiar with polities from n na
tional standpoint but it required n
good deal of pluck and manhood for
Little, single handed and alone, to at
tack the Cullom Commission and tho
horde of lobbyists sent to Washington,
especially when President Mcltlnley
did not want too much of n row made
at that time nnd when Little was
teeklng np appointment. Other men-1
woul.l nave kept silent under the ilr-l
enmstances. even It the natives were
discriminated against I
'His manly light at Wiiklilngtnn Is'
the reason why I stand by him for
(iovernor nnd for no other teason
whatever When a man proves faith
ful to the best Interests of the common
peoplo at a time nnd under circum
Rtnni.es that clearlj showed he was not
doing so through any selflsh motive
but. on the other band, showed that
hi nut his own private Interests aside
to accomplish the greatest good for the t
grciuesi iiuiuucr, men i uiiuk wie
common people should uso common
fceiiso by trying to place such a man
In n linalllnn ulu.ro lii pnn ilo morn
good for them.
"Tlir ntHer. ft nmninnr (u iinl nil
respectable. In my opinion, ns tint of
Judge of tho Circuit Court. Uvery
one has a kkk at tho (Iovernor nnd
especially nt the (iovernor of the Ter
ritory. The salary Is not (nough more
to makn iin practical difference. I
would feel that .1 was asking some
sacrifice lu asking Little to reBlgn ns
I...1.. I.. I. a II. n ..,11. A ttt fin. nvnnM I
' . i i .sworn out by Nerney, the night clerk
am satisn.il that Dole would prove to s.ii,.,,r ,,.- LrW .
be a better (Iovernor If It mis not for
the gnng of tut-throats behind him
which he has not the louinge to dis
band. HATS AM) IIOUSEH.
The leituie bj 12. A. P Now .'nib.
the an Illicit, In the hall of Urn Y W.
C A jesteidnj afternoon was vit
Will attended. The leeturei spoke on
Mats nnil nouses, onowlni; llu- tela
tloiishlp between tho hcadg.'iv il vn
rlous people dot li ancient and mod
cm. nnd tbeii habitations and puhll
buildings Tbeie weie forty iaige mi ;
ured llliistiatlons. designed by Mr ;
Nowtnmh. which were used hj tnu
speul.er in bis leitiire The slmllnrltj .
van very striking, the designs being I
nrranged in pairs, one to show thu
hat and the manner of wearing, and
thc othei to show the utile of ttchltuc
ture based upon It. Mrs. II. C llrown,
secretary of tho association, exposed
thu various designs as thc lecturer ar
rived at them In the touise or bis ro
Missis Dceky and Pintt nie still
vvoiklug on the plans for the Tantalus
extension ot the Pacific Ililghts elec
trii railway. They havu lint with a
great dial of eniourngement fiom tho
iiwuciH of pinperty along the proposed
line of the inilway. The i initial tor
hiiH nlat.id out the Ililix , elites DOS
slble nltei having made a nip thiough
the Pa una and Tantalus seitlons nnd
tbesi have bt en shown the owueis of
hind The beat or the thrie seems
to In tin one which will skill the sum
mit or Tantalus. Just above the muse
The regular niontblj meeting or in
Klndergiuten Assotlatioii took nl.it u
i Ills Toienooii In the mount ot the V
W C A llejond the Killing of vn
i Ions li ports, no business was uanb
ailed 1'iesent nt the meeting weiu
Mrs Hjde. Mrs. I' M Swanzj. Mis
It Wood, .irs S M Damon. Mis.
W P l'rear, Mis Thin ItldiariN
Mrs John Mi Donald Mis Olivei C.n
erson. Mrs Titus Conn Mrs O (ill
lie K. Mrs W R. Castle. Mis W C.
Wet'don, Miss Guild, Miss I'l-antes
I.auienle nnd oOieru.
MC'LHLLAN 111 this ill J. I'eb II.
11102 to tlio wife of (iioiEe II, Ml
Clellau a roil
A IKi or Hit mwlv tin i. u ollli i is of
the Wnoi'lutvn Iiuii ( ii . ppi ii-. up
1' l V iv lllllrt
LOCAL AND GENERAL
The Bulletin's special Industrial edi
tion can be obtained at this office or
the newsstands. Price 25 cents.
Q II Uerrej's olllce. S Campbell bid
Young man wants work of nnj kind
New cottage Is for rent See c l.issi
Por electrical Information see V. T
prerler s nd
See New Todaj for mortgagee s no
tlce of foreclosure and sale
A mortgagee's notice of forei losine
and sato appears In this Issue
A notice of dissolution of partmr
tblp appears under Now Todaj
Tho steam roller Is operating on tbu
King street side of Capitol Square
Corns and Ingrowing nails removed
without pain bj Dr. Ilogle. Arlington
A probate notlic relative to the es
tate of Rebecca Montgonierj appeals
In this Issue.
Deeds, Nabiku stoi k certllicate ami
an Insurance pollcj have been lost.
See classified ads
A handful of glasses will not help
jour ejeslght. See A N Sanford a
nd and consult 111 in ns to u lint to do
llourbon Whiskey, 0 years old, (3 50;
Claret, 50 cents; Sherry and Tokaj-. T."
cents n gallon nt Iloffschlacgtr Co 's
Co) ne Furniture Co his the larg
est assortment of Iron liiilslcnds cc
carried In Honolulu and ai prices in
I suit. Sec ad.
Louis Marks, a subject of (lermnny.
was naturalized h Judge Estee In tho
Federal Court this morning Ills spun
sors were Marshal 15. It llendrj nnd
J. Alfred Mngoon.
It was decided this morning hj Pro
fessor llallasejus or Oahu College that
It tho Sierra was not telephone bj 12
noon, the production of the .Messiah
would bo postponed until Monday
There will be two prizes glen at the
farmer's ball tomorrow evening, for
tho most original farmer's costume.
No masks will bo worn. A speilnl ear
will be In waiting until midnight
Tickets nt the door $1.00.
GRAND JURY FINDS NOT
ONE WHIT OF EVIDENCE
Attorney Gill Says He Can Prove
, , , ..
Inat UtnerS are tP.0 liUllty
I PartiM P.nco Vnr
' IOIUCS UaSB Jl
Jean II. Sabatc. the young Trendi
man who has done work on various
newspapers of the city, was reicntlj
nrrested on the charge of larceny In the
setond degree In connection with tho
! dlKappearunie of certain nrthles fioin
the Hawaiian hotel. The warrant wati
tbu same plate, was also verj muih In
terested In the Issuance of the wai
The arrest was made several dajs
ago and the inse came up In the I'o
Ike Court but was inutlniied in orde'
to allow the (I rami Jiuj time to In
vestlgate 'I lie (iraud Jury did lnvtstl'
' gate and found that time wis nut one
bit of evident" to substantiate the
chaige This was uimniunliutcd tr
,,0kp 8tat0I1 llllcI wlu,n t,0 ,ie
1 .,...,... -,..,,, for ,rla, , thc ,.,
Hie Court tills forenoon, the piose
cutlng ollhei nskud that n nolle prose
qui be entered He stated the findings
of the Jury The motion was granted
and Sabatc was freed.
At this point In the pinceedlngs
Attorney I:. S 0111. who appeared for
tho defendant, addressed thc lourt.
Raj Ing that he believed the process ol
the court had been imposed upon 111
the arrest of Mr Sabate He went still
further and said that he believed flrm
Ij stealing had been going on in tho
Hawaiian hotel and that he was ready
to bring proof bcfoic the lourt to the
enVit that men unmet ted with tho Un
til were the gulltj parties
Judge Wilcox said he did not know
All) thing about tbis. All he had to do
was to trj cases that came before him
In proper form Howevei. he believed
the defendant had a good (.ice for dam
ages. Naturally Ml Sabate Is verj angry
over tho uitinn taken by tho Hawaiian
hotel clerk and h.uher and he dnm
not mi an to sit down and do nothing
m oU(Ji (0. mitt
P. W llanktj aitoinc; foi Mi
Cbesney A. Sous tliib morning tiled a
petition usklng for tie upiiriutiin.nt of
H rei elver for tlio Kona Sugar Co
The suit in equltj was brouglit b)
the imrciinlllc firm whtih has beui
ttitiug ns tho local agent of the planta
tion, to recover the sum of $180 000 ad
vanced by MiC'hesncj for tho account
of tlio plantation. The petition Is in
the nature of a frit mil) salt, biouglit
foi the purpose of having a receiver
appointed to take over the business ol
the plantation and tairj It tbiougii ti
As ripoited sevciul iIiijb ago, S, M
Damon has In en clionen h) the laigei
number of shauholdcis of the pliutn
tlon as tbu best mall to ait as ret elver
for the sugar tnmpaiij anil an elfoii
will lie uiadi to huve him appointed, ai
be has i indented to ait and to fiiither
tin tluaiitiul toiidltluii of the uiiii
tiOiMiitu Dole vtsterda.v slgm .1 all
tin di i ils for tile Tantalus lols wblib
Mi'i in dispute a tpilt tlaiin died foi
his inn 1 1 st 111 tlie lots bavlnv been
6m in i'.l finm W R. Castle and slgiiul
It's up to
rm IN IT ON
Wo havo decided to elenr out our entire stock of matting even
nt a big loss. A look nt the goods and n comparison of prices with
the same qualities of matting elsewhere will convince jou of tin
genuineness ot this sale.
I'ive different patterns, heavy weight, nt thc extremely low price of
$6.50 per poll of 40 yards
All linen woof, fancy patterns of the newest designs. A large varl
cty ot patterns and colors,
at $10.50 per roll
Special prices will be inailt on lots of five rolls or more
ii iiiiiiiii !! 1 1 Ti"w irm - .-..
PACIFIC IMPORT COMPANY,
Model Itlock, Port Street.
CLINTON J. HUTCHINS,
TEN?' I 3" J?
VlcINERrSY block:. FORT ST.
Is bix'iit ill lied nnil why not
hale tnat thlid t unirortalile''
lion bedsteads am tool, that
means a Ktiml ileal towards com
fort-and tin this cllmatu are
the iml ones to use
Out btot U Just now Is the hut;
est eM I muled b any one
house on tlie Islands iiuil the
nssoitnielit Is itunplfte
White Enamel Iron Beds
eltliti plain iii vnili hnihH trim
tuni'K ami in ui i nl n 1 1 urn h iu
IMUth iitJin A bO upward.
Wi v got tin sb i, thai
wear that giw innilin'
have stvh and llni-h
Hvery pair ha" HANAN'S
name stamped on tlmm Yn i
can t afford to hold ofr nnv
(live us oni renon wbv
jou shouldn't bnvi a pan
and well prodim finti to
show why Jim should
SHOE STORE I
J. H. FISHER
Slock and Bond Brokers.
FIRE ASSOCIATION, of Philadelphia
WESTERN A8SURANCE CO, of Tl.
Omce Stangenwald Bldg Mr
HONOLULU STOCK liXCHANCD
Honolulu, rrhruarv 13, IQ02
NAME OF STOCK , g.gW j
C flrfwcr Cfffisnv
NS Sachs DO Co.tM
L B. Km & Co., LtJ
Cwi Plinlailor Co ..
HtwallanCnm ft Su Co
HtwaHan Sugat Co
Horinnu Sugar Co
Ha'Wu Sugar Co
Kahuku PUntailAn Co
Kihfl Plant Co LU.
Klpahuiu Sugar Co . .
Kloa Sucar Co
0hu Sugar Co , .
Ortala Sutar Plan Co
Olia Su Co LU , 11I
omsuc-i iu 1 Jupf
(II m ilu t Hpii int
Pajuhjti S 1 Han Cn
I'. h Sugar Mill
Pata PUnrnhm Co
IVfiiUt Sugr Co
Pi ntr Mm ( .
PlorMr Mill Ci At
WUIia Agn l... .
Waiminaio ii;ir Co
WltJfr Sifamhlc Cn
Initr-NianJ tramN Co
00 OOO 100
HawafUn I kttrk Co
Hon Rarli T k I Co
Mutual THrrhon Co
Olh iW.eVl Co
gOO Ono IOO
IV. rie s K At R I e Co
r.rt Natlunal Hank
HawaHan inv) tcr cnt
Mtlo H K Co pft cM
Hon RapiJ Transit j
Lwa IMjniit n rr cent
Oahu I'ljtiutiim 6 p c
Olaa Plantation t f,t
waiaiua Agraui ope
If jou w lull to enrn 11 mmi rennet t.
Ills bent linmnKe 111 n htulii'Kt Iom
don't tllit Tliere In n w-lekeii little
maxim 'Hi' kihuI nml on will lie
lotul Il h nut true Nnj. the life
InllK lulu IIiiokh Is usualh renened fur
the Mill Mm Mill 1I11111 e ultli lier
tnlK to lier frlol Willi her, hut thev
ilon t niiiro her Man in nil nlmor
innlly unfair person He wishes when
he marries to lie u woman's llrst anil
last line, anil ohJettK to tnKc to 111 m-
Ktir expel lent etl nffettlons Ilia past'
Who was It kiiIiI that with n man Ills
first loe was iiliviiys his last, nml Ills
hist nlw,is his first" or "A woman's
niiihltloii should he to he n man's last
low ami nut his llrst''" Until woman
Is luth peiuli lit of man. not In theory
only, hut in fact. In this matter ns in
others, there will lie, no true eiualll
bctwuii man ami woman. Woman's
Tho evening nullctlo. 75 cents per
WILLATID n. UIIOWN.
W. A. LOVI2.
Halstead & Go;;
ON 8UCAR SECURITIES.
921 Fort Street.
Stock and Dond Exchange.
STOCK AffD BOND BROKER,
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE
Orders for the purchase or sale ot
stocks ami hoiitls enrefulv nnil nmmnt.
ly executed. Loans negotiated
Office Room 401, 4th floor, Stangen
wald Bldg. Postotficc box 390; Tele
phone Main 331.
E, W, JORDAN
I 18 STILI. MOLDING
big - discount
sale - in - all
iih mi ill ilml on entitling'
PUICUS CUT TO CI.UAI!
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