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BUNDAY DULLETIN, HONOLULU, H. T.. SUNDAY, FED. 16, 1902.
WALL, NICHOLS CO., LTD.
Two Stores In One.
Wo aro safo In saying that a moro beautiful line of dining room
furnlturo was nover seen In Honolulu. They consist of round and
squaro tables of rich quarter si wed golden oak, tho round tables
measuring flvo feet across.
WILTON, AXMINISTER AND
an entirely new stock ot go itguous designs Just opened and will sell
rapidly. Como and get yours before tho prettiest ones aro selected.
J. HOPP & COMPANY
Lending Furniture Dealers.
CORNER KING AND BETHEL STS.
Tho last boat brought us a consign
ment of onions from New Zealand. At
this tlmo of year theso onions aro hard
and firm, whllo California onions aro
sprouting. It you aro fond of this veg
etable, thoy will prove a treat. Wo
NEW ZEALAND CHEESE
both In tins and open, and we received
Hvlth tno samo goods
put up In tins like salmon.
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H. MAY & GO.
THE LEADING GROCERS.
Telephones 22, 24, 92
Our Customers Like Our
Gurry Powder !
They arc satisfied that the
Ingredients used In Its
manufacture are the finest
obtainable and that you
will think so too when you
LEWIS & GO.
:. LEADING GROCER. .:
1O0O FORT STREET.
240 Three Telephones 240.
A HANDFUL OF GLASSES
. . not help your eyesight,
If you wear them all, unless your vis
Ion Iiob boen properly tested and tho
right lens fitted. That Is just where
tho skill of nn optician comes to your
nld. If I test your eyos you will bo
siiro of getting tho right glasses, and
will havo pleasuro and satisfaction In
K A. N. SANF0RD.
Doston Building, Fort 8treet
Over May tt Co.
The successful merchant
recognizes tho ltnportanco
ot business system. 'this
Illustration shows tho sim
ple process of building a
stack of sections with
EXPANSION : SYSTEM.
Many labor saving devices
In this system which wo wilt
bo pleased to show and ex
plain to you whether you In
tend to buy or not. Itetnem
bcr, we will bo pleased to
A Few of the Latest llooks:
"Llfo of Robert Louts Stevenson,"
vols, by Balfour.
"American Traits," by Umstcrbcrg.
"Labor: A Novel," by Zola.
"Hawthorno nnd Lavender," by V. E.
"Tho Daby: His Caro and Training,'
a book for mothers.
"Tho Debatable Land," by Arthur
Tho Velvet Glove," by Mcrrlman.
"Tho Portion of Labor,' by Mary C.
Tho Making of Jane," by 8. D. Elliott.
"Tho Century nook for Mothers."
Elegant Stationery In the New Shapes
and Tints for Polite Correspond-
ence Always at
Golden Rule Bazaar
ISO Hotel Street.
No More Dread
of the Dental Chair
TEETH EXTRACTED AND FILLED
ABSOLUTELY WITHOUT PAIN b
our late scientific method applied to the
gums. No sleep-producing agents 01
These are the only dental parlors It
Honolulu having PATENTED APPLI
ANCE3 and Ingredients to extract, fill
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 GRADUATED DENTISTS ol
from 12 to 20 years' experience, an
each department In chargo ot a Special
1st. Give us a. call, and you will fine
us to do exactly as we advertise. Wi
will tell you In advanco exactly wha
your work will cost by a FREE EX
Set Teeth gtlfll
Gold Crowns, . ..i .66.01
Gold Filling $10(
Silver Fillings 00
nv bfn... Uhlnra
Our nnuit) uiuuu nn. u durante
that your work will be of thn best.
New York Dental Parlors
Room 4, Elite Building, Hotel But
LADIES IN ATTENDANCE
Hours, 8 a. m. to 6 p. n.
Sundays. 9 a. m. to 12 m.
A manly sport for Manly Men.
Strictly first-class In every respect.
AN HOUR IN THE MORNING
THE 8AME HOUR EVERY CORNING
or afternoon, given to dictation, will
koop your correspondent "cleaned
up." Try It a month.
J. D. AVERY, Business Correspondent
Regularity! Certainty Despatchl
Tel. Main 76. 96:45. Elite Dldg.
"lfoflgl m Uli'CT
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Pottage on the Bulletin's special In
dustrial edition Is three cents to all
parts ot the 8tatec
Read "Wants" on page 6.
Buttcrlck patterns at Mrs. Hnnnac,
Union street, Oregon block.
Nicely furnished rooms, Popular
House, 1219 Fort St., $1.60 per week up.
BUnk books of all sorts, ledgers, etc,
manufactured by tho Bulletin Publish
Tho Honolulu Athcltlc Club has ap
points a committee to nrrnngo for tho
coming Held day
Over two hundred Japanese Immi
grants nrrhec! here In tho steamer Pe
ru from the Orient.
Tho weekly edition of tho Evening
Bulletin gives a complete summary of
the news of tho day.
Meet mo at tho Fountain tho popu
lar Ice cream nnd soda water resort;
Wall, Nichols Co., Ltd.
Marston Campbell departed for San
Francisco In tho steamer Peru ester
day afternoon. He will return shortly.
Jose Pinto da Sllvn, n Portuguese and the Klnau from' lilto arc duo this
sugar planter from Kaunt, died In this morning
comt,.attr'"'y ra0rnlnB fr0'n St0maC"i Chnrl;s M1,cn- '"' of Mer
cuuipiuiiu. chant street, has rcononpd Ills ntmilnn-
mo anu-saioon League lias decided
to tniee up tno right against the Prlmo
beer licenses In caso the saloon men
fall to do bo.
Tho Holllstcr Drug Co. aro agents
for the cclcbrntcd 4711 colognes, soaps,
nnd toilet preparations. The can
On Pcbruary 22 tho Y. SI. C. A. will
have a land shell gathering picnic to
Konaluanul, tho point on the right
hand side of the Pall.
Tho .Ministerial Union will meet I
.Monday at 10 a. m. Rev. S. E. Bishop
win iicllor nn nddress. Subject: "The
Hawaiian Revival of 1838.
The leak In the bow of the bark Al
den Besse was discovered jesterday
and fixed. A fastening bolt had eaten
away nnd caused the trouble
II. W. Brcckons, tho recently ap
pointed United States District Attor
ney, leaves San Francisco for this
port on the ICth Inst, arriving on the
Pacific Import Co extend theli sale'
of matting for another week as tho
whole stock has not yet been disposed
or. Tucfcc mattings nre cblng sold at
Tho War Cry shown that Honolulu
is tno second town, In tho first grade,
In the list or cities arranged according t,, 1laco on tllc Pacific Stall wharf,
to tho number of papers sold by tho mailc acant by tho death of tho lato
different corps. I Archie Gllflllan, arrived hero In tho
Dr. and Mrs V II Humphrls who1 J'""' " ,"' Q88,,mo hla duUw t0"
have been away from Honolulu for amorrow raornln8.
long time, returned In the China yes-
tcrdny. Dr. Humphrls tonics to. takn
me piuco or Dr. waiters.
Don't forget Camarlnos of the Call-
tornlt irult Market when jo'u want
fruit nnd vegetables. Ho olwajs has
on hand a fresh supply of both Califor
nia nnd Island fruits. Telephono Slain
Tho first tournament of tho Hono
lulu Bowling Association was success.
fully finished last night, MncNamnm '
wlnnlnir thn nrlie. will, n l, n... ..,
. ...... .. ...... ..i, in
Thc stenmer Maul
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to go on tho marine rallwnj for In
spection nnd r era I ik.
Rear Admiral Prank
was Bcrond In command to Dewey at
mo uuuio or .Manna Bay Is a through
passenger In tho steamer China tin his
way to tho Oilcnt to relieve Rear Ad-
mlral Kcmpf as Junior commander of
tho Asiatic- squadron. i
WOOD'S ?m FOR CUBA
Washington, Kth. 3. A circular let
ter has been received by members of
thc Senate from Genera! Wood, Mill
tary Governor of Cuba, urging eonccs
slons on Cuban sugar tomlng Into tho
United Stntes. It Is dated Havana,
January 30th. General Woods says.
"I Invito your most earnest attention
nnd consideration to tho oionumlc con
dltlons which threaten to bring ruin
to her principal IndustrlcH, sugar and
tobacco, unless prompt ami efficient
reller Is given. With tbo ruin of her
two principal industries wo must give
up nil hopo of a stable government,
for unless Cuba ran sell her products
at a reasonable profit It Im obvluua
that their cultivation must cense,
bringing Idleness ami lmngei to hei
"We. havo established a icasonbly
efficient government In Cuba, with all
tho numerous adjuncts which pel tain
to a stable, civilized administration
such ns schools, courts, sanitation,
nubile works, etc. The outlay for tho
maintenance, of these necessary ad
Juncts to tho (Io eminent Is necessa
rily large and thu rovenues therefor
arc cleiivcd principally from materials
purchased In exchange) for sugai and
obnccci. Tin so great IndustrlwH are
now In a most ciltlral condition, tr
peelally sugar, which Is being sold at
a price less than tho cost or prndtic
Mou The planter must grind his cane
even at a moderate loss, for IiIh entire
fortune) Is In thu fields unci Is liable
to bo swept awuy by flro cy dcterlor
ito from tho effietB of thn elements."
Alter giving figures concerning the
cost of production, etc.. General Wood
sas that n reduction of 3.1 1-3 percent
will glvo nn nverngo profit of 48 nnts
on curb 300 pounds of sugar produced
and that sue h reduction fliuuld bn thu
minimum Ho further snjB "Each
day of delay In giving relief is danger
ous When onto the clash tomes re
lief will bu of llttlo value except to tli
speculator who may gather up the,
winks hem, tun people or the coun
try, who have virtually reconstructed
't In three eara, will bo mined, nml
ie slinll havo to stop mid reoccupj
tho country, or continue) In occupation
ml do over netaln the wcuk which we
have spent thousands of lives and
much treasure In doing up to date.
The situation demands relief nnd It
vliiiulel he Immediate nnd llhornl "
Blank books ot all description do
tlgncd and niaelo at tho EVENING
BULLETIN'S Jnl Office.
tor'L'.Op m Thelnvltatlonsworo'.,,
The Bulletin's special Industrial edi
tion car) be obtained at this office or
the newsstands. Price 25 cents.
(. II. Bcrrey's office, 8 Campbell bid.
A first class helper Is w anted. See
A black cloth capo lias been lost
Sen Lost column
A notice to masters and plumbers
appears In this Issue.
Some very old tapa and calabashes
for sale. See Want column.
Ihe yacht Hawaii wll be out with a
party today If tho wind Is fair.
Senor Canavarro, Portuguese Chargo
d'Affalrcs, Is expected by the Sierra.
Watch for Sachs Dry Ooods Co 's an
nouncement of now spring goods this
Corns ami Ingrowing nails removed
without pain by Dr. Bogle, Arlington
A masquerade ball Is to bo given by
thn Arlon society. See ad under New
The steamer W G. Hall from Kauai,
panor on King street, opposite Young
Bourbon Whiskey, C years old, $3 50:
Claret, CO cents; Sherry nnd Tokay, 73
cents n gallon at Hoffschlaegcr Co.'s
KIro destro)cd the foro jnrd of the
American ship Cnrrolton yesterday
when sho was discharging at the rail
O, C. Scott, tho raotnrman who was
arrested for conducting his car In u
heedless manner, was found not guilty
nml discharged In Judge Wilcox's court
Tho studding is In place dividing
Chief Justlco Krcnr's chamber In two,
ns part of the alterations In .the Judi
ciary building. Judge Gear's room Is
Invested by tho workmen,
Mrs. W. Porter Bojd leaves tomor
row In tho China with Sir. nnd Sirs.
Dutton nnd Miss Dutton for a short
,r'D to JaPa" The Duttons will con-
untie tneir tour around the world.
Chief ofllccr Sandborg formerly nt
tno ' ' s- S' Snn Dlas- ,B now first
mccr ' tnc China. Two jenrs ago
" wns ,n l" "'" uc Janeiro and, Uur
lug the lato war. was In the transport
II. L. Relly. the now man to take
Thn Pacific SInll steamer Korea,
which It was supposed would como
hero from tho East by way of tho
Hue canal and China, will load at New
York for San Pranclsco and como
through tho Straits of Slagcllan,
William J. Robinson received his
commission as Third Judge of the Cir
cuit Court of the First Judicial Cir
cuit yesterday morning. He has se
lected for his clerk SI. T. Slmcrson.
formcrlv of thc Hubert Orlcvo Publish-
The .Master Builders' Association Is
sending out invitations for tho Inau
guration of the Builders' Exchungo
mi i inn r in iiinr nn ni liiih ( .
the. Ellta building on tho 19th Inst nt
tomcly engraved by W Beakbane,
-Muro wreckage from tho 111 fnted
b,00P ( war Condor has been picked
"!' ng me nortnern coast It Is now
thought that, unless somo of her men
"pr" Illc,,,,' "")' by n passing vessel,
"'ey w,'re u" drowned nnd the eauso
"f "ir loss will remain a mystery foi
Thc notice had a verv nnlet limn
yesterday evening and up to 1 o'clock
this morning. There were mi pined
r.loro serious than drunks nrrrxfeii pv.
teptlng ten Chinese caught by the
ilnniilit tiulfY n T lln mt.
f-l'Mvj Pitciiii , J mill. i Ht'BO men
were piuyinR mnwn. Tiiey were all
released on furnishing a cash bond
Thc American shin Hmllv v. Whit
ney arrived from San Francisco yes
terday nitcrnoon. uaptain Urlgman
renorts that hf) hnil n verv cmml n.ia.
8JK0 until Ihursdav when hn mot
southerly and westerly winds which
nuvo prevailed nore. un Friday he
was hove to nearlv nil lnv Irvlnr- in
hold on to tho position ho was In. In
tno nignt tno wind turned and f ivored
him so that soon after daylight he wns
In the Molokal channel. Tho Whltnc)
made thc run to port In nineteen dnjs.
Choyenno. Wjo, Feb. 4. Tho dis
covery has been mniio that overy law
enacted In tno last Legislature, which
met a year ago, Is Invalid for (ho rea
son that thu bills wero not read and
recorded properly In tho Lower House.
The effect of this discovery will bo
fnr reaching, unless an extra session
of tho Legislature Is tailed at onco
nnd tho mistakes rectified.
Among tho laws passed was an ap
portionment act. Several counties 111
thu State charged that they got the
worst of tho apportionment, nnd they
will now make a fight for their rights.
Another act held to bo Invalid Is the
Jury law. Upwards of 100 men havo
been sent to tho penitentiary by Juries
orgauUed under tho new law slid
theso convicts ran now demand their
liberty on tho ground that their cou
vlctlon wan Illegal. A law licensing
gambling was also enacted, to take
uffect February 22d, but this Is helel
to bu Invalid, nnd gnmbllng rooms will
continue to do business Thu matter
will bo referred to tho Supreme Court
for an opinion, but In all probability
tho tangle tan oniy he straightened
out by un extra session Governor
Rlehnrcls is now In South Ameilcn, and
an extra session rannot be rail' d until
Ills return, Maj 1st
The Humor of the Fierce Old Man.
Tho young man lii'sltntcd lie didn't
llku the look In the ey s of Hie fierce
old man He bad Just asked him for
his daughter and was nervous!) await
Ing his answer.
It's up to
for - one - week - beginning
MONDAY, FEB. 17TH
hemstitched aud with tucking,
regular price, 7Gc
Sale price 60c
lace embroidered, er) good ma
terial, regular price, 75c
Sale price 48c
All tho nbovo goods dlspplnyed In our show windows nnd
prices plainly marked
While tho prices of theso mattings aro fnr below what they
havo ever been offered nt beforo, wo have not yet disposed of tho
wholo stock, as Is our Intention, so extend tho sale for another
week. You can't afford to miss this sale, tbo mattings nre at actual
FANCY MATTING, five different patterns, hea) weight,
at tho extremely low prlco of $6.50 per roll of 40 yards. A FINER
LOT All linen woof, fancy patterns or tho newest designs. A
largo variety of patterns and colors, at $10.50 per roll. Special
prices wilt bu inadu on lots of five rolls or more
CLIINTOIN J. HUTCHIIN.S,
Jlt -3 fl la' If
MclNERNY BLOCK. PORT ST.
Is Bpent In bed and why not
havo tnat third comfortabloT
Iron bedsteads nro cool; that
means a good deal towards cam
fort nnd for this climate aro
tho only ones to use.
Our stock Just now Is tho larg
est over carried by any pnu
house on tbo Islands, and tho
assortment Is. complete
White Enamel Iron Beds
either plain or with brass trim
mlngs, and many colored one a in
l'rlcca from "$4.50 upward.
to decide I
Wo'vo got the shoes that a
wear, that give comfort, A
havo stylo and finish
Every pair has HANAN'S
name stamped on them You
can't nfford to hold off nny
Glvo us ono reason why
)ou shouldn't have a pair,
and wu'll produce forty to
show why you should
Anchor Brand Sheets
Single bed sheets, plain 72x90
at 85c each.
Single bed sheets hemstitched
Double bed, plain, OOxflO at 90c.
Double bed, hemstitched nt $1,
Pillow Cases, Anchor Brand
Plain, 36xlS, at 20c each.
Hemstitched, 30x13, at 30c each.
BALLOON TRIP BEATS EXPRES8
Vienna. Tub, C In accordance with
a sclcntlflc plan several simultaneous
balloon OBccnslons wero made today
from various nuropenu capitals Thrco
nsccnslons wcru ninda from here, ono
being undertaken by Archduke Leo
pold, who for years has studied and
practiced aeronautics. Ho used his
new balloon, tho Meteor Ho was ac
companlcd b his wife, tho Archdiich
ess llhinche, who Is a daughter of Don
Cnrlot, and who has previously mndo
four balloon trips. They wero not ac
companlcd by a professional aeronaut,
their only attendant being an laoxperl
cm i.l aliliMle camp
The Meteor started at 9 o'clock In
tin' morning in a violent and cold
wind Thu vojago was uneventful,
and four and n half hours later tho
lthdtike and thc Archduchess landed
with perfect snfrtj near nrcslau. 200
miles from here This nmo Journey
In an express trnin occupied nbout
eight bonne Tin maximum altltudo
attained bv the Archduke was 10,000
llaruti. Ho sou ate going upon the
stage' i:ptHt to hernnio a great ac
toi one of theses ilas, I suppose?
IIovwh-r.Mit nothing I want to
Icai in, to write as th do upon the
Btncje when the havo a letter to write.
Jlinlnl' Hlcnngiapliy In nothing to It.
J. H. FISHER
Stock and Bond Brokers.
FIRE ASSOCIATION, of Philadelphia
WESTERN ASSURANCE CO, of Tt
Offices Stangenwald Bldg, Me
HONOLULU STOCK BXCHANGD
Honi.luln, february 15. 1002
NME OF STOCK
N S CicMDO Co.ft
L B. K.rr b Co,, Lid .
C. Plntilfon Co ...
reiwiiiinuom sou Co
Htwillin 5uer Co .
Honotnu Socir Co
KihuVu IMinutlon Co
KllxIPIinCCo It J..
Koto. Sutir Ca
O'tiii bucir Co ,
Ooliala Surir Plan Co
i . .11
OI11S1 Co LU r up f
Ulaa Mi 1 o in
I'aauhau Su Plan Co
Pacific Sugar Mill
I'ala Plantation Co
IVratkfo Sup f Co
Ploriftf Mill Co
PlonrrrMlll Co Ar
Walalua Am Co
Walmea Mill Co
WllJVr St.atnMn fit
Intrr-ttlani SlfamN Co
tlawalian twtrlc Co
Hon HarlJ T & L Co
Mutual Teirrhrin. Co
I'eoplt'a Ice tic H t s Co
Flrn National Hank
I Iral A S Han. & T Co
Hawaiian tiov t far rani
llilo U K Co o itr ctnt
Hon MaiIJ Tianll
Fwa IMantat n 6 rrr cant
uanu k L Co r t c
tjahu Plantation epe
Olaa Plantation 6 r, c
waiaiua Ainctti ope
SAI.K 20 Oahu, ?e?.
A Case of Smoke.
When a young minister of high
church tendencies was called to pre
side over a congregation that abhorred
ritualism and wns a stlcKler for tho
simplest of services, ho called on
Illshop Potter to nsk whnt would bu
the result If ho went in for ritualism
just a bit.
'Suppose- I should burn a pastille or
two during tbo service; what do you
think would happen, Dlshop, for I dear
ly wish to try tho experiment?"
"Your congregation would be In
censed, your vestrymen would fume,
nnd ou would go out In smoke,'
quickly replied tho Ulshop.
Get vaur rtrtiprm In fn thm .Ml-i
.-. ... .v. ,,w auwia,
Industrial edition. Th a.ronrf .iat.
Is now ready for distribution. Dri,-.
WILLAIID E. DnOWN.
W. A. LOVE.
Halstead & Co;;
ON SUGAR SECURITIES.
921 Fort Street.
8tock and Pond Exchange.
STOCK AND BOND BROKER.
HONOLULU 8TOCK EXCHANGE.
Orders fnr thn mirrhmn . aula
Stocks ami homln rnntfnlv nn.1 nmmnfr.
ly executed. Loans negotiated
Office Room 401, 4th floor. Stannen.
watd Dldg. Poitofflce box 390; Tele
phone Main 331.
BROOKLYN BRIDGE MUST BE
Now York, Tcb. tl. Ilrldgei Commis
sioner I.cndenthal, who has been seek
ing a remedy for tho congestion of
traflle on tho Drooklyn bridge, soys
tho only udcciuntu solution of tho pro!)
lem Is tho reconstruction of tho cntlro
superstructure of tho bridge. "The
brhlge Is strong enough," said ho, "but
ns It is now constructed ran never
meet tho demands which nro nnd will
be put upon It. There Is only ono
thing to do just ns soon as tho new
Kast river bridges aro finished, com
mence to rebuild tho cntlro super
structure. ThlB will bo a gigantic
task. Involving tho expenditure of ov
eral million dollars, but it Is absolute
ly necessary. Tho towers, cables nnd
i anchorages need not bo disturbed."
Tbo Commissioner's nlan calls for
Ilia rebuilding of thu superstructure
nnd tho subttitiitlon of two rows of
trneks ono nbovo tho other, as called
for by tho plans for tho East river
bridges now In proeesB of erection.
j With Mnrennl's assurance that com-
I H..ll . .. Ill 1 . ...
'iiiuiiiui iiii'i,buk'b hi uo transmuted
Boon by wireless telegraphy, what be
.comes ot tho lobby sclicmo to soil to
I li rt flninntmnnt lt. tn .. 1. t .. .
,.. ..w,,,iiv-Mi. ,i,u iiuuvuiau nun
wires of a telegraph company which
will not bo of any use when Marconi's
system Is In worklug order for busi
ness? Police! New York Press.
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