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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, H. T., WEDNESDAY, FEB. 19, 1902.
WALL, NICHOLS CO,, LTD,
Two Stores In One.
Tho successful merchant
recognizes tho Importance)
of business system. Thin
Illustration shows tho sim
ple process of building a
stack of sections with
EXPANSION : SYSTEM.
Many labor saving devices
In this system which wo will
be pleased to show and ex
plain to you whether you In
tend to buy or not. Remem
ber, we will bo pleased to
Madame Qcncvra-Jolinstono Ulahof
met with an accident yesterday after
noon which resulted In the breaking of
her right arm at the elbow, and which
will make It necessary for her to be
confined to her room for some days to
come. Tho break Is a serious one and
Is giving tho patient no end of suffer
ing. She spent a very bad night at
the Hawaiian hotel but today she Is
Madame Bishop, after tier success of
tho previous evening nt Oahu College,
was about on the streets early yester
day enjoying the sights about tho city.
In tho course of her trip she called In
nt the Bcrgstrotn Music Co. to confer
with V. D. Adams with rcfcrcnco to
a concert which it was proposed sho
should give , Borne time during tho
Having completed this business, Ma
dame Bishop, a lady who was accom
panying her, and Mr. Adams, walked
down fort street on their way to tho
LOCAL AND GENERAL
The Bulletin's special Industrial edi
tion can be obtained at this office or
the news-stands. Price 25 cents.
Walter Wright Is here from ICaual
Q. II. Beirey'g onico, 8 Campbell bid.
Major Wood of the Salvation Army
left for Knual yesterday,
A first-class baker and pastry cook
is wanted. See Want column.
A nicely furnished room down Town
Is for lent. Sco To l.ct column.
Gomes & McTlghc, successors to Cn
rcarn & Co., liquor dealers, 95 King St.
The Union Express Co. checks bng
gnge at your rceldence. Cnll up Meln
Corns and Ingrowing nails removed
without pnln by Dr. Bogle, Arlington
A first-class housekeeper familiar
with hotel work Is wanted. Sco Wnnt
No poultry raiser snoulrt do without
Pratt's Poultry Food. Call nt K. O. '
Hall & Son for a package. I
Kaclcnulu. n native boy. was this .
forenoon sentenced by Judge Wilcox
I It's up to you
Hawaiian hotel. As they passed the 1 to ono year In tho Reform School,
little curio store on the Ena side, Ma-1 The road department Is cutting
dame Bishop slipped on the uneven I down tho grndo of Nuuanu avenue, at
& f off
lfc IN IT ON
Wo've got the shoes that
wear, that glvo comfort,
have style and finish,
Every pair hns HANAN'S
name stamped on them. You
can't afford to hold oft any
Olvo us ono reason why
you shouldn't havo a pair,
and we'll produce forty to
show why you should. , .
Wo are safo In saying that a moro beautiful line of dining room
furniture was novor seen In Honolulu. They cons at of round and
square tablos of rich quarter-sawed golden oak, tho round tables
measuring flvo feet across.
WILTON, AXMINISTER AND
an entirely now stock of go .igoous designs Just opened and will sell
rapidly. Come and get yours beforo tho prettiest ones are selected.
J. HOPP & COMPANY
Lending Furutturc Dealers.
CORNER KING AND BETHEL STS,
The last boat brought us a consign
ment of onions from Now Zealand. At
thlB time of year theso onions aro bard
and firm, whilo California onions aro
sprouting. If you aro fond of this veg
etable, they will provo a treat. We
A Few of tho Latest Books:
NEW ZEALAND CHEESE
both In tins and open, and we received
with tno same goods
put up In tins like salmon.
H. MAY & CO.
THE LEADING GROCERS.
Telephones 22, 24, 92
"Life of Bobcrt Louis Stevenson,"
vols., by Balfour.
"American Trnlts," by Umsterberg,
"Labor: A Novel," by Zola.
"Hawthorno and Lavender," by W. E.
"Tho Baby: His Caro and Training,"
a book lor mothers.
'Tho Debatablo Land," by Arthur
"Tho Velvet Olovc," by Mcrrlman.
"Tho Portion of Labor," by Mary E.
"The Mnklng of Jane." by S. 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.
place that has already been a menaco
to hundreds of people. She tried to
catch herself with her right foot, but
her ankle twisted and she wns thrown
with her whole weight on her right
arm. Her companions rushed to her
assistance ns they saw her fall but they
were too late. The damage had been
dono and tho right arm was badly
broken. Madame Bishop wns taken to
bcr rooms at the Hawaiian hotel and
physicians wcro summoned, Dr. Henry
W. Howard has charge of the case.
It might bo stated here that the
Jumping off placo which has been In
oxlstcnco on the sidewalk mentioned
for a long time past, is one of the most
dangerous places in tho city and has
been the cause of many a had fall, al
though until yesterday, no ono had
been seriously Injured. People who do
business In tho immediate vicinity
state that hardly a day passes that
someone docs not stumble and fall.
The pice is particularly dangerous at
Now that someone has been badly
hurt and there Is' a possibility of a
damage suit against the government,
something may be done to remedy the
evil. It would take but n few dollars
to fix up this dangerous place in the
sidewalk and it Is a mystery' to many
that the matter has not been attended
J to before.
On account of tho accident yesterday.
Madame Bishop will be forced to
change her plans but certain It Is thnt
she will give Honolulu the pleasure of
again hearing her voice before she
leaves for tho Mainland, It Is neces
sary for her to depart on the sti'amer
of March 4 as she has made engage'
ments on the Mainland which wilt nv
quire her to be present there as soon
after the date mentioned us pos?lblc.
Our Customers Like Our
Curry Powder !
They ore satisfied that the
Ingredients used In Its
manufacture ore the tlnest
obtainable and that you
will think so too when you
Hid, IDE HI
LEWIS & CO.
t. LEADING GROCER8. .:
1060 r"ORT STREET.
240 Three Telephones 240.
No More Dread
of the Dental Chair
TEETH EXTRACTED AND FILLED
ABSOLUTELY WITHOUT PAIN by
our lato scientific method applied to tht
gums. No sleep-producing agents oi
Thesa nra ihe only dental parlors lr
Honolulu hnvlne PATENTED APPLI
ANCES and Ingredients to extract, fill
and apply gold crowns and porcelain
crowns undectecable from natural teeth
and warranted for ten years, WITH
OUT THE LEAST PAIN. All worX
dene by OUADUATED 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. Wt
will tell you In advance eiactly what
your work will cost ny a FHEE EX
R. Teeth $0,00
Gold Crowns SG.OO
Gold Fllllnjjs ei.00
Sliver Fillings ou.
Cunning, the magician and his com
pany came in the Sierra Sunday, and
are comfortably housed at the Hawa
iian Hotel, resting up. Cunning is
booked to play at the Opera House n
limited number of performance, nnd
will glvo his first entertainment on
Saturday, Feb. 22.
Cunning Is making n tour al the
world, going from here to New Z-al
and, nnd from there to Australia. He
comes here recommended by tho lead
ing critics throughout thc United
States as one of tho cleverest prestldl
gltatcurs on the American stage. While
ho Is not perhaps ns old as some In the
profession nor yet In enrs ns Bomc of
tho others doing the same class of
work, yet It seems that already he Is
spoken of being the only man who tills
the place left vacant by the great Her
mann. Special scenery and furniture aro
carried to dress the stage for the first
act to represent the "Magical Palace.
The realization of the most extrava
gant dreams of the Arabian Nights.
No expense has been spareu by inc
management to make this a very en
chanting stage picture. For the htogo
furniture, the finest of plushes, velvets
and heavy cold bullion fringe have
been used for decorations nnd trim
mlngs. The lithographs put out by
Cunning arc certainly the finest ever
HeBervcd seats will bo on sale at
Wall, Nichols and popular prlcts will
-fc '.U aW l
Beretanla street, by n foot and a half.
Albert Knne. a member of tho nlrycli
patrol of the police force, rcturnj-di
from n vncntlon tr'lp to Molok.il by tho
Charles Moltcno, formerly of Mer
chant street, has reopened bis shalng,
parlor on King street, opposite Young
M. T. Slmonlon took the oath a a
deputy clerk of the Judiciary Depart I
ment beforo Chief Justice Krcar this
Bourbon Whiskey, C years old, $3.Srt:
Claret, GO cents; Sherry nnd Tokny, 7."
cents a gallon at Hoffschlacgcr Co,'
King street. i
Meteorologist C. J. Lyons reports n
temperature of G3 degrees this morn
Ing, being but ono point above tho
The bark Kate Davenport will prnb
ably sail for tho .Sound In ballast to
morrow. From there she will go to
the Alaska salmon fisheries.
Tho crier had It all to himself In tho
Federal Court this morning, calling nil
men to draw near and then Inviting
them to come again tomorrow j
Pat Mci.nnc, manager of the Kolna '
Sugar Company of Kauai, arrived In
tho Mlk.ihnln .nls morning. He Is
hero on buBlnesB of the company.
News was received by tho last
steamer that Miss Edna Bonner, who
spent several months In the Islands
for her health, died In San Francisco
Q. Gomes carried off his naturali
zation papers all right yesterday aft
ernoon, henco may be considered a
subject of tender treatment by the
Among the departures for ICiimI
ports In the W. O. Ilnll yesterday neie
the following: II. G. Huyscl'lrn, .1.
Batchclor, C. A. Gay, W. C. (Ireg nnd
I. P. Dlas.
Ah'Chong was convicted -oMareenV
second degree, for stealing $80 from
I. mn Ah Kook, and Judge Gear sen
fenced him to bo Imprisoned at hard
labor four months.
Judgo Humphreys hns signed a de
cree of divorce In the case of William
K. Kino ngalnst Ellen Kino, tho
ground being tho wife's desertion of
husband for three years.
Nearly all tho Important cases In
the Police Court this forenoon were
continued until later dates and the
consequence was that the session did
not last longer than fifteen minutes.
Thomas It. Lucas, by IiIb attorney.
Geo. A. Davis, has filed exceptions to
tho overruling by Judgo Humphrey
of tho demurrer of himself aud othcrK
to tho complaint In foreclosure nt S.
Nlshlyama and Ah Wa appeared In
tho I'ollco Court this forenoon ou two
chnrges of robbery In tho first ilegreo.
Tho cases went over until tomorrow
in order to allow1 tho prosecution tlmo
to look fully Into tho matter.
Henry Do Filos, having secured tho
contract from tho Public Works De
partment, will tomorrow oegln th
erection of the Inter-Island wharf
shed. It will ho a structuro ninety
feet long by seventy feet wide.
Bertha F, Hough has brought suit
against Luther W. Hough for absolute
divorce. 8ho charges that slnco oe
tdicr of 1900 her husband has failed
to Biipport her. Thoy were married
in 1892 and havo throo children.
MclNERNY SHOE STORE
J. H. RISHER
Stock and Bond Brokers.
FIRE A880CIATION, of Phllldelphtv
WESTERN A88URANCE CO, of To
HONOLULU STOCK BXCIIANGB
Honr.lulu, February iq, tool
NAME OF STOCK
C Briwr AComrtnv.
l.H, Km fc Co., Ltd..
S . Plantation Co ....
Hawaiian (.on fie Ml 1.0,
Hawaiian Sugar Co . ..
HnnAmu Snrir Co ...
Honokaa Sugar Co .
Ha'ku sugar 1.0
Kiluiku Plantation Co
Klnal Plant to.. LIS, .
Klianu1a Surar Co ...
Kolia hurar Co . . .
O'hu Sural Co.. .
(i-wnta Sugar Co
SANITARIUM TO CLOSE
Our name uiouo win tn guarantee
that your work will be of tho boat.
New York Dental Parlors,
(loom 4, Elite Building, Hotel Street
LADIES IN ATTENDANCE
Hours, 8 a. m. to 6 p. n.
Sundays. 9 a. m. to 12 m.
A HANDFUL OF GLASSES Will
. . not help your eyesight,
If you woar them all, unless your vis
ion has been properly tested and the
right Ions fitted. That Is Just where
tho skill of an optician comes to your
aid. U I test your eyes you will bo
euro of gettlg the right glasses, and
will have pleasure and satisfaction In
A. N. SANFORD,
Boston Building, Fort Strett.
Ovr May & Co.
A manly sport for Manly Men.
Strictly first-class In every reBpect.
AN HOUR IN THE MORNING
THE SAME HOUR EVERY IWORNINQ
or afternoon, given to dictation, will
koep your correspondence "cleaned
up." Try It a month.
J. D. AYERY, Business Correspondent
Regularltyl Certainty' Despatehl
Tel. Main 76. '9 8:46. Elite Bldfl.
It has been decided by the hoard of
management on the Mainland to close
up the Sanitarium work now golne on
In Honolulu. March 1st, under Ihe
name The Honolulu Sanitarium. It
has been impossible to get sufficient
cnpnule professional help to catry on
the work hs fully nnd completely as
has always been desirable. Thero hive
been so many calls for 8anltnrl:im
work In larger fields thnt It wns
thought best to supply those fields"
Then, too, constant rumnis of huliri;
c plague and the usual dread o,f a
tropical climate have deterred many
Capable persons from connecting with
the work here. The plan has run
from the first to havo a goert corps of
capable professional workers In "a
moderate slsed and well equipped sani
tarium on a good elevation, where all
tho linos of our work could he carried
on as Is done on the Mainland, This
may be done In the future when uiort
confidence Is established In the future
of the Islands, In the Stalls.
I wish to thank nil the friends nnd
patrons of our Institution In behalf of
the board for their Interest and assist
ance In the work.
L. P. CLKVELAND. M. I).
MACMILLAN-HArOHS-lu this city.
Feb. 19. 1902. at the home nf Ilev. W
J. W Hall appeared. In tho Pollco
Court this forenoon on tho charge nt
adultery, which was Immediately nolle
prosd. and tho moro serious chargo
of rape preferred. It is understood
that (fin ball will bo placed very hlgb.
Purser Krlcl of tho steamer MlUa
hnla reports tho following sugar left
at Kauai ports ready for shipment i
K. S. M.. BOO; U. K.. 3il0; M. A. K .
10,530: 0. & It.. lOOOr Mcll.. 13.1C0;
K. I' . 2E0O; L. P., B000: K. 8., 2G00.
and II. M., 3100; making a total ot
The ship Helen Brewer will prob-.
ably finish taking sugar soon and
luavp this port either Thursday or Frl
day. She will go from here to llllo.
where she will take on board tho rest
of the load, proceeding thence to
New York. Lewis & Turk are ship
ping a crw of fifteen men in tho Hel
Mr. Wyman has severed his connec
tion with the Pacific Club and a great
ninny of his friends aro under the Im
prrsslon that no Is now employed V
Wnlklkl, which Is a mistake. Mr. Wy.
mnn will not be responaluP- for any
agreements that hp has made for tu
Pacific,, Club after the 18th of Vohru
nry. Mr. Wyman will undoubtedly lo
cale permanently in uonoiuiu.
The crew of the Tllllo K. Starbuck
went on a strike this morning. Tho
bark was lying at tho railroad wharf
discharging sugar. Captain Curtis
saw ono of tho mon pulling away j
comfortably at a. pipe, and. as it la
against American shipping regulation
for men to smoke during working
hours, he ordered tho fellow off the
' " - snin. i nt man and nts comrauun. woo
M. Klncald. David Houghs to Marynro unon men. raised objections and
Macmtllan, daughter of 'Dr. Thomas finally left thu ship In a bunch. Thero
Macmlllan of Walanae. No cards. I worn fourteen In all who quit work.
for - one - week - beginning
MONDAY, FEB. 17TH
hemstitched nnd with tucking;
regular price, 75c
Sale price 60c
lace embroidered ; very good ma
tcrlal; regular price, 7Cc
Sale price 48c
Anchor Brand Sheets
Slnglo bed sheets, plain 72x90
nt 85c each.
81nglo bed sheets, hemstitched,
Double bed, plain, 90x90 at 90c.
Double bed, hemstitched nt $1.
Pillow Cases, Anchor Brand
I'laln, 3Cx45, nt 20c each.
Hemstitched, 3Gx45, at 30c each.
All the nbovo goods dlspplayed
prices plainly marked.
in our show windows and
Another Week of
While the prices of these mattings aro far below what they
havo ever been offered at before, wo havo not yet disposed of tho
whole Btock, as Is our Intention, no extend tho salo for another
week. You can't afford to miss this sale, tho 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 All linen woof, fancy patterns of tho newest designs. A
largo variety of patterns and colors, at $10.50 per roll. Special
prices will bo made on lots of flvu rolls or more.
IO1t Surr Pln Co
Inia. C (m lit .!
loUaSuCa LlJ fAtipf
I'jauhdu Su, I'lin Co
I I'iCllic SumrMlll.
Il'ili Plinij.lonCo .
I Pf prekco Sugar Co
I'ionwr Allll Co
MMonwr.Mlll Co. Aikb.
wiuiua Agtt Co..
WalmtM Mill Co
WfMff SttamOile Cn
Intrr-NUnJ Steam N Co
Mawa an tllf c Co
Hon. Hajli T&LCo
Mutual Ttlfrhone Co
Pccrlt's let & R'f Co
nr.l National Hank .
Hawaiian Gov rtr cnt
llllo HR Co 6rrcnt
Hon Papli Transit ...
Cwa Plantat'n 6 rcr rent
uanu KA.LU rr c
Oahu Plan (at Ion 6pc
Olaa Plantation 6 p. c
waiaiua Agncui. op c
I t 00,000
I 1)0,000 100
T 50,0001 too
T $0,0001 100
Hales 2000 Walalua bonds, 1101;
TS Walalua. (55. 35 Walalua, toS; 25
Hawaiian Stignr. 127; 25 Walalua, $55:
15 Walalua. $55. 17 Oahu, $90: 100
i;wn. $22.50. 25 Kahuku. $21.50.
PACIFIC IMPORT COMPANY,
Model Illoclc, Port Street.
CLINTON J. HUTCHIIN.S,
Subscribe for the
$1.00 PER YEAR
WILLAIID E. DKOWN.
W. A. LOVD.
Halstead & Co.;
ON SUGAR SECURITIES,
921 Fort Street.
Stock and Dond Exchange.
McIISBRNY BLOCK. PORT ST.
STOCK AND BOND BROKER.
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANQR.
Orders (or tho purchase or sale ot
stocks and bonds caretuly and prompt
ly executed. Loans negotiated
Office Room 401, 4th floor, 8tingen-
twald Biag. fosioince dox jvu, tele
phone Main 331.
Is spent In bed and why not
have tnat third comfortable?
Iron bedsteads arc cool; that
means a good deal towards com
fortand for this climate are
the only ones to uso.
Our stock Just now Is tbo larg
est evor carried by any ono
houso on the Islands, and the
assortment la complete.
White Enamel Iron Beds
either plain or with brass trim
mlngs, and many colored ones In
Prices from $4.50 upward.
E. W. JORDAN
l 18 STILL HOLDING t
nig - discount
sale - in - all
nsyou will find on enquiry
PRICES CUT TO CLEAR
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