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WALL, NICHOLS CO., LTD,
Two Stores In One
Wo aro safo In Baying that a moro beautiful lino of dining room
furnlturo was nover seen In Honolulu. They consist of round and
squaro tables of rich quarter siwcd golden oak, tho round tnblcs
measuring flvo feet across.
WILTON, AXMINISTER AND
an entirely new stock of goiigaous designs Just opened and will sell
rapidly. Come and get yours beforo tho prettiest ones aro selected.
J. HOPP & COMPANY
Lending Furniture Dealers.
CORNER KING AND BETHEL STS.
Tho last boat brought us a consign
ment ot onions from Now Zealand. At
this tlmo ot year theso onions aro hard
and Arm, white California onions aro
sprouting. It you aro fond ot this veg
etable, they will provo a treat. Wo
NEW ZEALAND CHEESE
both In tins and open, and we received
with tne same goods
put up In tins llko salmon.
H. MAY & GO.
TUB LEADING GROCERS.
Telephones 22, 24, 92
Our Customers Like Our
Curry Powder !
They are satisfied that the
ingredients used In Its
manufacture arc the finest
obtainable and that you
will think so too when you
LEWIS & GO.
:. LEADING GROCEJ18. .:
1060 FORT STREET.
840 Three Telephones 240.
Accuracy In correcting the defect.
Accuracy In selecting tho proper
Accuracy In advice given
Accuracy In what wo promlso nnd
There Is no place whero accuracy
and skill are moro at premium than
.with tho Optician We mako a soarch
ing examination and exercise tho most
painstaking caro In tho adjustment
of every pair of glasses wo Bell.
A. N. SANFORD,
DoatoniOulldlng. Fort Street.
I EYE 5S3Sg
Tho successful merchant
recognizes tho Importance
of business system. 'Ibis
Illustration shows the sim
ple process of building a
stack ot sections with
EXPAN8ION : 8YSTEM.
Many labor saving devices
In this system which wo will
bo pleased to show and ox
plain to you whether you In
tend to buy or not, Hernem
bcr, wo will bo pleased to
A Few of the Latest Books:
"Life of Robert Louis Stevenson," 2
vols., by Balfour.
"American Traits," by Umstcrberg.
"Labor: A Novel," by Zola.
"Hawthorno and Lavender," by W. K.
"Tho Daby: His Caro and Training,"
a book' for mothers.
"Tho Dcbatablo Land," by Arthur
"Tho Velvet Glove," by Mcrrlman.
"The Portion of Labor," by Mary E.
"The Making of Jane," by S. D. Elliott.
"The Century Book for Mothers."
Elegant Stationery In the New Shapes
and Tints for Polite Correspond-
enee 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 tht
gums. No sleep-producing agents oi
These are the only dental parlors li
Honolulu having PATENTED APPLI
ANCES and Ingredients to extract, fll)
and apply gold crowns and porcelain
crowns undcctecablo from natural teett
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 charge of a Special
1st Give us a call, and you will find
us to do exactly as we advertise. W
will tell you In advance exactly what
your work will coat iy a FREE EX
Bet Teeth SSOi
Gold Crowns 65,01
Gold Fillings 61.00
Silver Fillings SO.
Our name uiouu wm u a guuranie
that your work will be of tho beau
New York Dental Parlors,
Room 4, Elite Building, Hotel gtree
LADIES IN ATTENDANCE
Hours, 8 a. m. to 6 p. n.
Sundays. 9 a. m. to 1 m.
A manly sport for Manly Me-).
Strictly first-class In every respect,
AN HOUR IN THE MORNING
THE 8AME HOUR EVERY MORNING
or afternoon, given to dictation, will,
keep your correspondence "cleaned
up." Try It a month.
J. D. AVERY, Business Correspondent
Regularity! Certainty Despatch!
' nhfyfrgvu MJV Jit If i'lfw1
CANNOT BE BLAMED
The falluro of the prosecution in a
couplo of cases In Judge Gear's court
jestcrdny afternoon to present com-
(MUliUH UlUrillg lltl'll'Ull UUU U1U UUHOW l
miont dismissal of tho cases, cannot '
bo lnlil at tho door of the Pollco De'
partment, as was learned today.
It seems that somo time ago Clerk
Henry Smith of tho Supremo Court
sent n request to Judge Wilcox that
nil complaints in cases to como before
tho Clicult Court ho sent In to him.
Thn rnniinRt tins linen fnlthfiitlv mm.
piled with up to yesterday I
In order to show that the fault lies
up In the Judiciary building somo
where, It might ho stated that tho
two complaints bearing on tho cascr
that were thrown out of court cstcr
day were. Bent up to Clerk Henry
Smith nnd that his personal receipt
for tho same and others that went up
In tho same batch is now In tho pos
session ot the clerk of tho Pollen
This explanation Is mnde because
tho Pollco Department has been blam-1
cd moro than onco for faults that It
had nothing whalccr to do with. It
will bo rcmembeied that a short time
ago tho Pollco Department was blam
ed for certain Irregular complaints
that had been prepared by attorneys
of tho city who, by the law, are allow
ed to mako out their own complaints
11 tney seo nt to do so
n m is
Captain Glbbs, captain of the bark
Olympic, which Is at present In San
Kranclsco, will resign his position on
that vessel, as he has been appointed
agent of tho San Kranclsco Uoard of
Marine Underwriters for Pugct Sound
ports. The appointment Is to take ef
fect on March 1. Captain Evans, for
merly the first omccr of the bark
Kalulanl, will succeed Captain Glbbs
as master of tho Olympic. Evans has
been tlie first onlccr of tho Kalulanl
ever bIiko the. vessel was built.
Captain Glbbs has a large number
of friends In this port who will bo
glad to hear ot Ills good fortune. He
has been going to sea for over twenty
years nnd has been the master of the
Olympic ever since she bas built eight
Another change of captains will
tako place when the barkcutlno S. N,
Caatlo reaches San Francisco, wheru
sho is duo about this time. Captain
Nelson will resign his position as mas
ter of that vessel and will bo succeed
ed by II G. Morse, who has been
mate of tho Olympic for tho past year.
II. O. Morse Is a brother to Percy
Morse of this city.
It Is not often that a bankrupt es
tate pans out so well as has that of
Pang Hoy, a Chlncso storekeeper of
Fort street Tho assets yielded f'i,-1
430.20 and after a dividend or 98 per
cent was paid to tho creditors and
tho expenses of proceedings counted.
a bnlanco or J15 Is Icrt. W. S. Horn
ing, referee, this morning presented
before Judgo Estco a report on tho
accounts of W. W. Thayer, trustee,
who managed tho liquidation. A mo
tion to dischnrgo tho trustco on his fil
ing n check for tbe balance to cover
final costs vvoh continued till tomor
row morning This wns because
Judgu Estee required an nmended no
count (lied, which would glvo the
name nl the payee as well as tho ob
ject or payment corresponding to
each oucher Ho rematked that it
was a trust mntter and therefore ev
erything must be set down explicitly
The Young Men's Christian Associa
tion Invites men who hate live lungs,
healthy hearts and lung legs to don
their oldest clothes for an all-day cele
bration of Washington's Illrthdny on
tho 3000 ft. peak to the right of Nuu
nnu Pali. I'. J. Travens, who has ul
ready collected 1300 varieties of land
shells knows the mountain well and
also the haunts of tho wily snail, will
bo chief guide and Judge Dickey will
bo present also to tell tho party what
paths not to take. The start will bo
made vers promptly at 8 nnd the ruuto
will probably be up Pauoa valley go
ing and ner TnntnhiB returning
All the banks will be closed Wash
ington's lilrthdny, February 2J.
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HON. CHARLES EMORY SMITH.
With tbe li'liiiiufiit or 'IiiiiU-m Emm) Kmlth fliiin the Roosevelt tnliluu
tne postmaster geneial ii-tiiins t .iillvt- JiiiiiiiiiIImii Mr. Hinlth probibiy
finds more iiulin hiitlkfiu'tlnu In tllii tlnis bin imiier, the Philadelphia Pics
LOCAL AND GENERAL
The Bulletin's special Industrial edi
tion can be obtained at this office orl
the news stands. Price 25 cents.
(). It Ilerrey's office, 8 Campbell bid '
Dm Id Knhnleanhu Is now the uail '
I Iff to the Grand Jury.
A. N Sanford's ad will Interest th iw
who ars liouhlcd with thalr ejee
The 1'nltrd States collier Alcxnnihr
Is discharging her cargo of coal nt Na-
nl wharf No. 1,
Attornei J M. Vlas carries his
right hand In n sling owing to a n
ere Inflk tlon of eczema.
mere was uancing on mc innai oi
the Hawaiian hotel last evening
native quintet club furnished the mu
The Hospntal Flower Sot'et wi.I
hold Its annual meeting In the p.itloit
ot the V. M. C A. FrU-vv ufternoi n al
The Wnlkikl Inn Is now under Hie
management of W. Ucswlck nnd pre
cents unsurpassed surf bathing nnd
Hourbon Whiskey, 6 years old, $3 GO;
Claret, 50 cents; Sherry nnd Tol.a), 73
cents a gallon at Hoftachlaegvr Co 's.
A boken wheel derailed an electric
car on the Lunalllo switch )cstir'nv
afternoon, causing n blockade that tied
the service up most of an hour
Fred L. Wnldron, who Is now en
gaged in the commission and broker
ago business on his own account Is lo
cated In room 3 Spreckcls building.
The engagement ot Miss Watt sister
of Dr II C. Watt of Llhuo, Kami, to
William Fisher, cashier and head book
keeper of the Llhuo plantation, Is an
nounced. The bark Ccjlon, which has been
thoroughly repaired, caulked and put
In general good shape, will sail for
I.aysan island on Tuesday ot the com
The bark Mohican is I) Ing alongside
the Mauna t.oa at the Intcr-Ulaml
wharf taking sugar from the steamer.
Sho will tako 3051 bags and will prob
ably go to tho Wilder wharf later to
take sugar from tho Claudlnc.
lien Hnaheo and llccky Houglitail
ing nppearcd in the Police Court this
forenoon on the charge of adulter)
They were represented by Attornejs
Gill nnd Knulln and the case went over
until tomorrow morning
The masquerade ball of the German
Arlon Club In tho Elks' hall last e cu
ing proved a great success About half
of the people present were In masks
Tho music was furnished by the Ellis
quintet cluli and the light fantastic
kept the people busy until the vvco
Ah War and N'lslilyama, the China
man and Japaneso charged with rob
bery In the first degree, appeared In (ha
Police Court this forenoon. They
were represented by Attornejs Chill
Inguorth and Knlukoit who waived
examination for their clients. Tho
two men were committed to the Clr
cult Court for trial.
The Japanese that Ml) a Is supposed
to havo cut up pretty badly, is still in
tho Queen's Hospital and Is by na
means out of danger. In consequence
of tills fact, tho case of Mlya which
rumo up tor trial in the Pollco Court
this forenoon, was put over for a week,
since tho Grand Jury will bo unablo to
do anything until the complaining wit
ness Is able to appear before them
KtlLL BOY IN TISOUIILIl.
Among the defendants In the Pollro
Court this morning wns the very
smallest Chinese bell boy lit tho hotel,
Ah Kan by name Ho was charged
with larceny In tho second degree by
stealing $10. the property of a Mr
Smith, one of the guests of tho Hawa
iian hotel, on l'cbri.iry 19. Attornoy
A. G M. Robertson appeared for tho
defense nnd waited examination for
his client. Ah Kan was accordingly
(ommltted to tho Circuit Court for
trial. His rase will come up beforo
the Grand Jury for Investigation.
TO-DAY'8 CRICKET MATCH.
Tho cricket match between the
Phaeton eleven and the local team will
take place this afternoon nt 1:30
o'clock on the Maklki grounds. The
following plajers will probably con
stltute the Honolulu team: A, R. Hat
field, A. Pllannla, R. A. Jordan, Percy
Morse, R. Anderson, L, Illnckman, J,
rrnlr T H Mr-fllll V IT Kttpnt flan.
I tnln Kelly nnd S. Ilenrdmore.
for - one - week - beginning
MONDAY, FEB. 17TH
hemstitched and with tucking,
regular price, 75c
Sale price 60c
lace embroidered, very good ma
terial, regular price, 7Cc
Sale price 48c
All tho above goods dlsppla)ed In our show windows nnd
prices plainly marked.
Whllo tho prices of theso mattings aro far below what they
havo over bocn offered at before, wo havo not yet disposed of tho
wbolo stock, as Is our Intention, so extend tho salo for another
week. You can't afford to miss this sale, the mattings arc at actual
FANCY MATTING, flvo different patterns, heavy weigh',
at tho cxtromcly 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 nnd colors, at $10.50 per roll. Special
prices will bo mado on lots of flvo rolls or more.
PACIFIC IMPORT COMPANY,
CLINTON J. HUTCHINS,
MclNERNY BLOCK. PORT ST.
Is Bpcnt In bed nnd why not
have tnat third comfortable?
Iron bedsteads nro cool; that
means a good deal towards com
fortand for this illmntu nro
the only ones to .nsi-, f ,
Our stock' Just now Is tlm laig
est evor enrried by any one
house on tho Islands, nnd the,
assortment Is compute
White Enamel Iron Beds
either plain or with brass trim
mlngs, nnd man) colored ones In
I'rlccs from $4.50 upward.
We've got the shoes that
wear that give comfort
have st)lo nnd finish.
Every pnlr has HANAN'S
nnmo stamped on them. You
can't nfford to hold off any
Glvo us ono reason why
you shouldn't havo a pair,
and we'll produce forty to
show why you should
Anchor Brand Sheets
Single bed sheets, plain 72x90
at 85c each.
Single bed sheets, hemstitched,
Doublo bed, plain, 90x90 nt 90c.
Double bed, hemstitched at $1.
Pillow Cases, Anchor Brand
Plain, 3Gx15, nt 20c each.
Hemstitched, 3Gx45, at 30c each.
J. H. FISHER
Stock and Bond Brokers.
FIRE: ASSOCIATION, of Philadelphia
WESTERN ASSURANCE CO, of To
ronto. Offices Stangenwald Btdg., Mo
HONOLULU STOCK BXCIIANGD
Honolulu, February 20. I002
NME OF STOCK JjjJ ?i BlllUtfcWt
C Brtwtr ftCotntin i,oo4.0"C
NS SacMDG Co.LM 60,000
L.U, Km & Co., Ul 100,000 , jc
w PUnlitlon Co '
Hawatltn AfTlcultur ICo
Hawaiian Com &Su Co
Hawaiian Suear Co
Honomu Sugar Co
Haiku Sugar Co
Kahuku Plantation Co
Klhal PlantCo Lti,
Klfahulu Sugar Co .
Koto a Sugar Co
0hu Sugar Co. .
I 100,000 to
1 ,000,000 1
K 5o I
inood au gar 1.0
Ookala Sugar Plan Co
Olaa Su Co. Lti . ail
OlaaSuCo ltJ r-luf f
PaauhauSu Plan Co
, Pacific bugar Mill
Pala Plantation Co
rrkeo Sugar C ....
Plonrrr Mil? ( 0
PlonrtrMlll Co At
Walalua Agn Co
Wiimti Mill Co
WlIJr St amthiB Cn
Intrr-Ulani SttamN Co
Hawaiian LiMttk (.n
Hon Parti T Mf-i
Mutual Trlrphone Co
People' let Pi Ht z Co
Dri National Hank
Hawaiian iiov t tf r cent
Hilo W H Co orerceni
Hon MarlJ Transit
bwa Ptantat n 6 rrr rent
(janu kslu r-er c
Oahu Plantation b rc
Olaa Plantation 6 p, c
Walatua Agrlcul 6 p c
Snlis ion i:vvn $22.50
Another Dead Sea.
Tin- now dead sen discovered by Dr.
Seven lledln. In Tibet seems entitle!
lo rnnlt nmonB the KeoKrnpblcnl won
OerH ( tin- world It Is described an
enormous In extent, but so shallow
Hint to nnvlimte It ono must wado half
a mile to renrli the boat, nnd must
drag tho boat half a mile beforo It can
be floated with n load. Hut the most
remnrknble characteristic Is tho nl
most incredible nmount of salt, nnd
tho boat nnd nnrs nro as whlto as
chalk, even the dress of the rowen
soon becomes whitened, while drops
of the water sprinkled upon a dry sur
face leave globules like candle drip-
Pneumatic postal tubes mako slow
proKress In this country. In London
theni arc clghty-ono pneumatic tubes
for tho despatch of postal packets, and
their aggrcgato length Ib thirty-four
WILLARD E. DROWN.
W. A. LOVE. J
TOANK HALSTEAD. !
Halstead & Co;;
ON 8UQAR 8ECURITIE.
921 Fort Street.
8tock and Bond Exchange.
STOCK AND BOND BROKER.
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE
Orders for tho purchaso or sale ot
itocks and bonds carcfuly and prompt
ly executed. Loans negotiated,
Office Room 401, 4th floor, Stangen
wald Bldg. Postofflce box 390; Tele
phone Main 331,
E. W. JORDAN
I 18 6TILL HOLDING I
big - discount
sale - in - all
nsyou will tlnd on enquiry
PRICES CUT TO CLEAR