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EVENINQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU, II. T., MONDAY, FEB. 17, 1902.
WALL, NICHOLS CO., LTD.
Two 8torcs In One.
Tho successful merchant
recognizes the Importance
o( business system. Thin
Illustration shows the sim
ple process of building a
stack of sections with
EXPANSION : 8Y8TEM.
Many labor saving devices
In thla.systom which we will
bo pleased to show and ex
plain to you whether you In
tend to buy or not. Remem
her, wo will bo pleased to
Wo are safo In saying that a rooro beautiful lino of dining room
furnlturo was nover scon In Honolulu. They consist of round and
square tables of rich quartor-s.iwed golden oak, tho round tnbles
measuring flvo feet across.
WILTON, AXMINISTER AND
an entirely now stock of go iTguous designs Just opened and will sell
rapidly. Como and get yours before the prottlcst ones nro selected.
J. HOPP & COMPANY
Leading Furutture Dealers.
CORNER KING AND BETHEL STS,
It lias been reserved for Prof E D,
Dolbcar to glvo the most striking sum
mary of tho world's progress In science
during tho century just closed. It Is
an ndmlrnblo Instancy of the multum
In parvo, and brings home the salient
points of tho century In a way that
volumes of learned disquisition would
Wo received 23 chcmlcnl elements:
we bequeath 80.
We received tho stairway; we be
queath the elevator.
Wo received tho gunpowder; we be
Wo received tho tnllow dip; we be
queath the tire light.
Wo received tho sailing ship; wo
bequcatn tho steamship.
We received tho sickle; we bequeath
Wo received ordinary light; icbo
queath tho Itocntgcn rays.
Wo received tho gahanlc battery;
wo bequeath tho dynamo.
Wo received the flintlock; wo be
queath automatic Maxims.
We received the Bcythu; we be
queath the mowing machine.
Wo received leather fire buckets;
wo bcaitcath tho steam fire engine.
Wo received tho hand printing
press; wo bequeath the wen cylinder
Wo received the hand loom: wo be
queath tho cotton and woolen factory.
Wo received the average duration of
life of 30 years; wo bequeath 40 yerfrs.
Wo received tho goose quill; w oe-
qcauth the fountain pen nnu typewrl;
WoW received tho weather unan
nounced; wo bequeath tho weather bu
Wo received unalienable pain; we
bequeath aseptics, chloroform, ether
Wo received wood and stono for
structures; wo bequeath twenty-stor
led steel buildings.
We received the beacon signal fire;
wo bequeath tho telephone and wire
We received tho painter's brush; wa
bequeath lithography, the camera and
The nineteenth century received
from Its predecessors tho horse; wo
bequeath the bicycle, tho locomotive
and the automobile.
Tho last boat brought us a consign
ment of onions fr6m, New Zealand. At
this time of year theto onions aro hard
and firm, whllo California onions aro
sprouting, If you aro fond of this veg
etable, they will prove a treat. Wo
also have '
' NEW ZEALAND CHEESE
both In tins and open, and We received
with, tno same goods '
put up In tins ltko salmon.
H. MAY& CO.
THE LEADING GROCERS.
Telephones 22, 24, 92
Our Customers Like Our
Curry Powder I
They are satisfied that the
Ingredients used In Its
manufacture are tho finest
obtainable nniT1 that you
will think so too when you
LEWIS & CO.
:. LEADING QR0CER8. ..
106O FORT STREET.
240 Three Telephones 240.
A Few of tho Latest Books:
"Llfo of Robert Louis Stevenson," 2
vols., by Dalfour.
"American Traits," by Um'stcrborg.
"Labor: A Novel," by Zola.
"Hawthorne and Lavender," by W. E.
"Tho Daby: His Care and Training,'
a book for mothers,
"Tho Debatable Land," by Arthur
"Tho Velvet Glove," by Jlerrlman.
"Tho Portion of Labor," by Mary E.
"Tho Mnklng of Jane." by 8. B. Elliott.
"The Century Book for Mothers."
Elegant Stationery In the New Shapes
and Tints for Polite Correspond-
ence Always at
Golden Rule Bazaar
ISO Hotel Street.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
The Bulletin's special Industrial edi
tion can be obtained at this office or
the news-stands. Price 25 cents.
Q. II. Iicrrcy's ofllce, 8 Campbell bid
The steamer Lcliua salts this after
noon for Molokal ports.
Tho steamer Claudlne will co out
on her regular run tomorrow,
Tho steamer Solace will sail for San
Tranclsco this nfternoon at 3 o'clock
Gomes & McTlglie, successors to Ca
rrara & Co., liquor dealers, 95 King St.
Corns and Ingrowing nails removed
without pain by Dr. Iloglc, Arlington
There Is n big demand for seeds at
the Agriculture office. Iteccnt lots
from Washington nro growing well
The adjourned annual meeting of the
Klhel Plantation Co. wilt he held
Thursday. See notice uudei New To
day. Charles Moltcno, formerly of Mer
chant street, hns reopened his shaving
parlor on King street, opposite Young
Mrs. Albert Wilcox of l.thue, Kn
ual, gnve a children's dancing party
Saturday night In honor of her daugh
Bourbon Whiskey, 6 years old, 3 GO;
Claret, DO cents; Sherry nnd Tokay, 70
cents a gallon at Iloftschlaegcr Co.'s
The annual meeting of the' stock
holders of the Katiuku Plantation Co.
Is called for Friday. Sco notice under
Tho annual meeting of the stock
holders of the Hawaiian Sugar Co la
called for Friday. Sco notice under
Miss N. F. Haw ley, who returned bj
the Sierra yesterday, brings with her
rare and beautiful noveltlesj in the
Medical members of the Board ot
Health were before tho grand jury this
morning, Indicating an InqulsTnon Into
The mother and sister of C. D Luf
kin arrived In tho Sierra and will pro
cecd to Maul to visit him by ouo "I
In life practice game of polo between
the second nnd third teams Saturday
afternoon, the latter won by a score
of 4V4 goals to V, a goal.
The little tug Leslie Baldwin arriv
ed hero yesterday from Maul. She
will go on tho marlno railway as soon
Chief Emll Prltwltz of the North ob possible to be scraped and painted
VI una Feb. 7. Captain Grossman,
who rtaitcd today to walk down tho
Danube, from Llnz to' Vienna, a ills
tanco of 100 miles, with his newly
Invented walking shoes, hns covered
twenty miles of the distance. He Is
lowing his wife In a small boat.
No More Dread
x- -w wr)
TEETH EXTRACTED AND FILLED
ABSOLUTELY WITHOUT PAIN by
our late scientific method applied to thr
gums. No sleep-producing agents oi
These are the only dental parlors In
Honolulu having PATENTED APPLI
ANCES and Ingredients to extract, nil
and apply gold crowns and porcelain
crowns undectecablo from natural teeth
and warranted for ten years, WITH
OUT THE LEAST PAIN. All work
deno by GRADUATED DENTISTS ol
from 12 to 20, years' experience, an
each department charge ot a Special
1st. Give us a call, and you will find
us to do exactly as we advertise. We
will tell you In advance exactly what
your work will cost nf a FREE EX
AMINATION. Set Teeth SB 00
Gold Crowns S5.00
Gold Fillings $1.00
Silver Fillings 60c
German Lloyd steamship Kronprlnz
Wllhelm Is experimenting with a new
arrangement ftvhlch has been placed
In the ship for use in case of a col
lision. A small wheel abaft the pilot
house Is turned nnd Instantly hydrau
lic pressure closes twenty water-tight
Chaplain Thompson. U. S. N who
Is going home from the China station
In tho transport Solace, meets old
friends In Honolulu from a previous
visit. He Is a son of Bishop Thomp
son of Missouri.
Mr. McNaroara was the winner In tha
bulkhead doors In the lower part of bowling tourney of Saturdaj night, 111
the ship arfii making sixteen water- scores being 131, HO nnd IB", making
tight compartments. The fact that nil un avcrago or us. Webster a erased
the doors nre closed Is Inntantly shown
I 139 nnd Smith 128.
on nn electric dial, on which the num
bers of the doors and their location
nro printed Tho sixteen water-tight
rooms nre more than enough to llont
tha vessel lonscany part of her hull
Is punctured.' "TheT'cxperlmciSts "short
that no more than two minutes Is re
quired to render tho Kronprlnz Wll
There Is a story which comes from
Russia of tho banishment of the popu
lar novelist of the masses, Maxim
Gorky, from St. Petersburg to Nljnl
Novgorod. He took a ticket for Mos
row, but the government accomplished
Its end without giving him tho ad
vertisement of a scene by quietly un
coupling the carriage he was In and
attaching It to a special train, which
whirled him off to the Far Enst.
The Mallc-Illmas and Honolulu)
played nn exciting game of association
football on the Maklkl grounds Sat
urday afternoon, the former winning
by n score of 2 to 1.
Club was taken to Pearl Harb'or thin
morning by tho Kncna. One ot the
new debris scows was also towed down
by the samo boat.
Dnmlngos Fcrrclra was found guilty
of criminal Intercourse by the lury be
fore Judge Gear at noon today. Ho
was sentenced to eighteen months' Im
prisonment at hard labor.
Thoso having business with the Ha
wallan Renlty and Maturity Company
Limited, will transact sani.t as 'isunl
at room 4, Mclntyro building. I-. 11
lltirncttc, secretary and director
Tho coroner's Inquest In the enso r
thn dentil under tieruliar clrc'lim
M Mainard. the French sculptor, inn stances of tho Juiianese on thn Bench
Just completed at Paris the model of n mad Saturday will take place In the
stntuo of Marsh.il Rochambcnu, to br'tifflru of the Deputy Sheriff, police sta
presented to the illy of Washington as, Hon, this alternoon
Our nuiau uuu win u. a rfuttrunto.
that your work will be of thn beau
New York Deiital Parlors,
Itoom 4, Elite Building, Hotel BUeei
LADIES IN ATTENDANCF
Hours, 8 a. m. to 6 p. n.
Sundays. 9 a. m. to 12 m.
a companion to the statue of Lnfay
ette The work of casting the bronze
will begin this week, nnd It Is hoped
that the finished statue will be ready
to send to the United States next April,
The- annual meeting of the stck
holders of the Walanae Company, Lim
ited, will bo held at tho offlco or J. .M.
Dowsett. Merchant Siren, nn Mon
day, 114 1 li Inst., at 10 o'cl.uli it. in.
J. M. DOWSETT.
Honolulu, T. 11.. Feb 17. 190.'.
KAHUKU PLANTATION COMPANY
The annual meeting of the Stock
holders or the Kalmkii Plantation Co
Is called for Friday. February 2Sth,
1902, at 2 p m., at tho ollli es of Men
si. Alexander A. Baldwin. Limited,
Stnngeuwnld Building, Honolulu.
W II. CASTLE JR.
Socii'tnrj Knliul.ll Plantation Co,
Honolulu. I'oliruaiy 17th. 1902.
It's up to you
A HANDFUL OF GLASSES wlll.BowIing
. , not help your eyesight 'Payors
ir you wear thorn all. unless your vis
Ion ha3 been properly teBted and the
right Ions fitted. That Is Just whero
tho skill of an optician comes to your
aid. If I test your eyes you will bo
suro of getting tho right glasses, nnd
will have ploasuro and satisfaction In
A, N. SANFORD,
Doston Building, Fort Street.
Over May & Co.
A manly sport for Manly Mea.
Strictly first-class In every respect.
AN HOUR IN THE-MOnNINQ
THE SAME HOUR EVERY MORNING
or afternoon, given to dictation, will
keep your correspondence "cleaned
up." Try It a month.
J. D. AVERY, Business Correspondmt
Regularity) Certainty' Despatch!
Tel. Main 76. 9 5',45. Elite Bldg
KIHEI STOCKHOLDERS' ADJOURN
ED ANNUAL MEETING.
Tho adj jurned annual meeting of
tho Stockholders of Klhel Plantation
Company, pursuant to adjournment.
will ho held on Thurhdaj. Feiji.iniy
27th, at - p. m., at tho mom ahovo the
olllceH or Ca3tlu & Cooke, Limited, Honolulu.
At this meeting, In rddltlon In muni
Judge Wm T. Robinson took tho
oath of ofllcc. as Third Judge of the
First Judicial Circuit, before Chief
Jiistkn Frear thla morning. Ho
promptly mado nn order appointing
Melville T. Slmontun as his clerk.
Tho little schooner Three Brothers,
which left hero last week to take palal
to the lA'per Settlement from Kaliulul,
was forced to put back to that place
on account ot tho high seas which
have prevailed along the coast of Maul
The W. C. T. U. meeting will bo
held on Tuesday, February 18th, at
2:31) In the Central Union Church rnr-
lor. Tho meeting to be a memorial
service for Frances K. Wlllnrd, w'm
died February 17, 1S98. til are hi
Mrs. Gullck, mother of the late Ma
jor C. T. Gullck, .-.ttulnfd the ninety
ninth year of her age on Saturday. Tim
venerable lady Is In good post-esslon t
her faculties and her piospccU are fa
vorablc for roundlnc the cen'ury o j
her years. ,
Tomqrrow (Tuesday) evening, tho
Hawaiian Dramatic Society will glo
their first production In the Opera
Houso when a largo audlcnca unilnubt-1
edly will greet them and accord them,
the reception that such an excellently
prepared program deserves Tho box
plan Is open at Wall, Nichols.
MALIAN AIND 1118 WIFE.
II. C. Mallan, ono of tho Hawaiian
mall carriers, was arrested this morn
ing on the charge of using threatening
lamruace. Ills rnsn will romo un for
business, tho pioposltlcn tor it Bond trial In tho Pollco Court tomorrow
Issue w)'l he further considered
i,. A. ;iiuutviu,,
Secretnry Klhel Plantation Co,
Honolulu, February 17tb. 1902.
HAWAIIAN SUGAR COMPANY.
llv milor of the Dire 'oih. Hio an
nual meeting of the HtocM.oldui-i ii.
tho Hawaiian Sugar Coinpan ih called
lor Friday, February 28th. 1902. it 10
a. m at thu oflleos of M 'Mil-. Aluxnn
der & llaldwln. Limited. 3Uin,(i'liwiill
At this meeting. Ill ad lit -n '. 1 us mi
business, tho proposition . r ,i iSoud
Isfeiie will lie furthur (oni ii-ipi1
V. L, HOPPER.
Hetielniy llnwallun Huge- Cn,
Honolulu, IVbiuary 17th, 190.1.
Mallan and his wife hnvo had n
great deal of troubla of late. Some,
weeks ago, ho was arrested on tht
charge of assault and battery on las
wife. A reconciliation was attempt
ed by Judge Wilcox, hut it did not
work, and In u few days there was a
suit for dlvorco entered by Mrs. Ma
Han. Thu two have been living apart
slnco that time and now It Is nllegcd
that Mallnn has threatened his wife
with bodily Injury.
Thu young Queen of Holland. like
the late Queen VUtoiln nbsolutcl) re
fuses to sign ail) paper whlrh sho docs
not understand If she enn not mako
out the mennlng of It herself she sends
for the minister from whose depart
ment It cornea or some other competent
official and asks him to explain It to
J IH IT ON
We'vo got the shoes that
wear that glvo comfort A
have stylo and finish
Every pair has HANAN'S J
nanio stamped on them You a
can't afford to hold off any Q
longer, ... ., . . 9
Glvo us ono reason why 2
you shouldn't have n pair, A
and wo'll produce forty to $
show why you should. 9
J. H. FISHER
Stock and Bond Brokers.
FIRE A880CIATION, of Phllidefphll,
WE8TERN A8SURANCE CO, of Tfw
Offices Stanaenwild llda, Ms
HONOLULU 6TOCK EXCMANGD
Honolulu, I'ebtuary 17, loo
NAME OF STOCK ' ftfj, ' ?!
MclNERNY SHOE STORE :
for - one - week - beginning
MONDAY, FEB. 17TH
hemstitched and with tucking;
regular price, 73c
Sale price 60c
lace embroidered, very good ma
terlal, regular price, 70c
Sale price 48c
Anchor Brand Sheets
Single bed sheets, plain 72x90
at 85c each.
Single bed sheets, hemstitched,
Double bed, plain, 90x90 at 90c.
Double bed, hemstitched at $1.
Pillow Gases, Anchor Brand
Plain, 30x13, nt 20c each.
Hemstitched, 30x15, at 30c each.
All the abovo goods dlspplayed In our show windows and
prices plainly marked.
Another Week of
While the prices of these mattings nre far below what they
have ever been offered at before, wo have not yet disposed of the
whole stock, as Is our Intention, so extend the sale, for another
week. You can't afford to miss this Bale, the mattings aro at actual
FANCY MATTING, flvo different patterns, heavy weigh,
nt the extremely low prlco of $6.50 per roll of 40 yards. A FINER
LOT AH linen woof, fancy patterns of the newest designs. A
largo variety of patterns and colors, at $10.50 per roll. Special
prices will bo mado on lots of flvo rolls or more
C. Bttmt A: Company '
NS SithtDO Co.l-l .
L.B. Kirr t Co., Hi . '
Bwa PUnuilon Co ...J
Hawaiian Com St Su Co
Hawaiian Sucar Co . '
Honomu Sugar Co
Honokaa Sugar Co
Haiku Sugar Co . . I
Kahuku Plantation Co
Klrwl Plant Co .ltd,
Klfahulu Sugar Co ...
Kolna Sugar Co
I aTath.a Cb ft A
x-uw jiir Uj
inom Migtrco. ,.
vroicaia auear run, uo
OUaSu Co.. Ltd .)
OUaSuCo US ritipr
Paiaiii.au Su Plan G
I'acuK hugar .Mill
Pa la Plantation Cn
Pretwn Sur Co ..
Plonwr Mill Co Ase
Wjljlua Acri Co . .
Walmfa Mm Co
WMJm Stf jnufifP Cn
lntrr-ltlani Strarti N Cn
Hawaiian LWtrlc Co
Hon KipM T t L Co
Mutual Ttlrrhnn Cn
Oahu Kv& L Co
People Iff i R I c Co
rirtl National Hank
rirt ASUirwA TCo
Hawaiian Gov s percent
HiloKRCo A per tent
Hon Map 14 Transit .
twa Plantat n 6 rer cent
uanu kkllo per c
Oahu Plantation op e ,
Ola Plantation 6 p, C
Walalua AR.kiit 6 p c
60,000 1 too
I too.ooo1 ao
I 130,000 100
3 000,000 JO'
V 30,000 too.
t J0 cool too
300 000; too
Too, 000 1 too
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A lending medical college has for
several weeks been experimenting with
an emualmlng fluid which has great
rOKSlhllltlrH It Is asserted that this
dlsiovcr) Ih superior to the embalm
ing preparation used b) the Kgsptlans
fur while the Infusion will prcscrvu
the subject for all time, humanlv
speaklng. as did that of the anclcnte.
It prevents the. shriveling up that was
Inseparable from the l'gyptlan em
balming, nnd It does not call for thn
(waths and bandages In which all
Egyptian mummies were encased. Tno
principal experiment up to this tlmo
has been upon the body of a dog, which
was treated thirty days ago. Today It
looks as natural as In life. It Is rigid,
but In n perfectly natural pose. There
is no trace of odor about II, nor Is thcro
any other visible symptom of decay.
Tests of the Huld have been made by
the demonstrator of anatomy at the
Memphis college, nnd he Ms so well
convinced of Its practical utility that
he will use It for the preservation of
PACIFIC IMPORT COMPANY,
W1LLARD n. BROWN.
W. A. LOVE.
Halstead & Co;;
Model Block, Fort Street.
CLINTON J. HUTCHIN.S,
mnM.LirFiNC 11 MP
FIRE .Jfr MARINE
MclNERNY BLOCK. PORT ST.
ON SUGAR SECURITIES.
921 Fort Street.
8tock and Bond Exchange.
STOCK AND BOND BROKER.
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE.
Orders for tho purchaso or sale ot
stocks and bonds carefuly and prompt,
ly executed. Loans negotiated
Office Room 401, 4th floor, Stangsn
wald Bldg. Postotfice box 390; Tele
phone Main 331,
is spent In bed and why not
hnvo tnnt third comfortable?
Iron bedsteads are cool; that
means a good deal towards com
fortand for this climate aro
tho only ones to use.
Our Block Just now Is tho larg
est ever rarrledftby any ono
houso on the Islands, and tho
assortment is complete
White Enamel Iron Beds
either plain or with brass trim
mlngs, nnd ninny colored ones In
I'rlccs from $1.50 upward.
E. W. JORDAN
t IS STILL HOLDING I
big - discount
sale - in - all
nn you will find on enquiry
PRICES CUT TO CLEAIt
& tt -
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