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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, H. T., SATUItDAY. FEU 22, 1902.
WALL, NICHOLS CO,, LTD,
Two Stores In One.
Wo are. safo In saying that a moro beautiful line of dining room
furntturo was never seen In Honolulu. They consist of round and
square tables of rich quarters m ed golden oak, tho round tables
, measuring Dvo feet across.
WILTON, AXMINISTER AND
an entirely now stock of go iigeous designs Just opened and will sell
rapidly. Como and get yours before the prettiest ones aro selected.
J. HOPP & COMPANY
Lending Furniture Dealers.
CORNER KIIIO AND BETHEL SIS.
Tho last boat brought us a consign
ment of onions from Now Zealand. At
this tlmo of year theso onions aro hard
and Ann, whllo California onlonB aro
sprouting. It you arc fond of this veg
etable, they will provo a treat. Wo
NEW ZEALAND CHEESE
iboth In tins and open, and wo received
Tit b tne samo goods
put up In tins like salmon.
H. MAY & GO.
, TIIU LOADING GROCERS.
Telephones 22, 24, 92
Our Customers Like Our
Gurry Powder I
They are satisfied that the
Ingredients used In Its
manufacture are the finest
obtainable and that you
will think so too when you
LEWIS & GO.
:. LEADING GROCER8. .:
1060 FORT 8TREET.
240 Three Telephones 240.
Accuracy In correcting tho defect.
Accuracy In selecting thu proper
Accuracy In advice given
Accuracy In what we promise and
There Is no place whero accuracy
and skill are more at premium than
t.lth tho Optician, "Wo mako a search
ing examination and oxercisa the most
painstaking care In tho adjustment
of every pair of glasses wo sell.
A. N. SlNFORD,
' Manufacturing Optician.
Ooiton Building, Fort Street.
Over May 4. Co.
The successful merchant
recognizes tho Importance)
of business system. Thin
Illustration shows tho sim
ple process of building a
stack of sections with
EXPAN8ION ! 8YSTEM.
Many labor saving devices
In this system which wo will
bo ploased to show and ox
plain to you whether you In
tend to buy or not. Remem
ber, wo will be pleased to
A Few of tho Latest Books:
"Llfo of Robert Louis Stevenson," 2
vols, by Balfour.
"American Traits," by Umstcrbcrg.
"Lnbor: A Novel," by Zola, , , .
"Hawthorne and Lavender," by W, IJ.
"Tho Daby: Ills Care and Training,"
a book for mothers.
"Tho Debatable Land," by Arthur
"Tho Velvot Giovtf," by Merrlmnn.
"Tho Portion of Labor," by Mary E
"Tho Making of Jane," by S. II. Elliott.
"Tho Century Book for Mothers."
Elegant Stationery In the New Shapes
and Tints for Polite Correspond-
enee Always at
Golden Rule Bazaar
150 Motel Street.
No More Dread
of the Dental Chair
TEETH EXTRACTED AND FILLED
ABSOLUTELY WITHOUT PAIN by
our late scientific method applied to tht
gums. No sleep-producing agents ot
Theso are the only dental parlors U
Honolulu having PATENTED APPLI
ANCES nnd IngrcdlenU to extract, fill
and apply gold crowns and porcelain
crowns undcctccable fiom natural teeth
and warranted for ten years, WITH
OUT THE LEAST PAIN. All wort
dene by ORADUATED DENTISTS ot
from 12 to 20 years' experience, anr
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 cost ny a FREE EX
Set Teeth ROi
Gold Crowns S5.0t
Gold I'llllnUn 8I.O0
Silver Pilling SOt
Our name aiuutj will be a rfunrame
tbat your work will be or :hn Lett,
New York Deutal Parlors.
ttooin 4, Elite Building, Hotel cum
LADIES IN ATTENDANCE
Hours, 8 a. m. to 6 p. c
Sundays. 9 a m. to 12 ra.
Alakea St. ,
A manly spoit Air Manly Men.
Strictly first-class In every respect.
AN HOUR IN THE MORNING
THE 8AME HOUR EVERY MORNING
or afternoon, given to dictation, will
keep 5 our correspondence "clenned
up." Try It n month.
J. D. AYERY, Business Correspondent
Regularity) Certainty Despatehl
Tel. Main 76, 95:45. Elite Bldg.
P. I iH IS IN
P A Jackson, a young man who ha
been doing business In tho city for
some time, was n passenger for Knii
In the Muunn l.oa yesterday He una
accompanied by Chester A Doyle of
the Police Department, who will keep
wntch on the )oung man until tertnlu
matters nro settled up In that dls'rlct
it seems that when Chester Doyle
camo from Knii some time ago he
brought with him a warrant for tho
arrest or Jackson on a serious charge.
It was stated In the warrant thnt hn
had taken oidcrs for clothes, received
n deposit of monej and never sent tun
clothes to the party concerned Tho
warrant was signed by Juice Kaltml-
The matter was rcnorted to Hlah
Sheriff Drown nnd an Investigation
was Immediately bet on foot Mr,
Brown, from the appearance of things
saw that there was the possibility of
n civil Instead of a criminal suit pus
siDiy involved nnd decided to make
This vvns the reason for the sending
of Jackson to Kail yesterday. He was
told to seo the party concerned In the
swearing out ot tho warrant for his
arrest nnd to make some arrangement
If possible by which a criminal suit
might lio prevented The warrant has
not yet been served, but In case tho
party who Bwore out tho warrant re
fuses to havo aim ng to do with tho
thing, Jackson will be arrested and his
rase will como up In Judge Wnlpul
Some time ago. Jackson made n trln
throughout the island of Hawaii and
It Is stated that at tuat tlmo he took
n largo number of orders for suits of
clothes, collecting $10 on each order.
Nothing was done until recently when
ono of tho parties concerned concltid
cd to push a case against JackBon,
Tho American and European plans
of eating havo been Introduced to Ho
nolulu by George Lvcurgus of the
Union Orlll Tor Bomo tlmo 'It has
been noticed by Mine Hunt I.vcumis
that many people coming Info tho res
taurant did not enro to eat all of tho
things on the bill of fare which has
ulvvays been a well selected and sump
moits one The meal was a fifty cent
ono nnd so the proprietor of tho res
taurunt deel led thnt hereafter patrons
ol tho place should be ihargul onlj
lor wuat tney eat
This plan Is now In effect and In
the lower dining hall which has been
greatly enlarged and entirely renovat
ed, thu European plan of servinc
meals Is now In order Upstairs tho
rates havo not been changed In the
now dining hall downstairs, which up
to the present tlmo has been rather
small accommodation Is now made to
attend to tho wants of sevent) flvo
people. Another departure Is the es
tabllshmcnt of a neat Utile rlgat stand
at which will bo sold the finest
brands ami best assortment of cigars
and elgaiuttcs In the city. The new
short order bill of fato arranged Is as
THE UNION GRILL.
Conducted on both tho
American nnd European i Inns.
HONOLULU. T. II.
GEORGE LYCUHGUS, Trop'r
EUROPEAN SHORT ORDERS.
Breakfast Mush or Hot Cakes,
with Coffee it .25
Breakfast Mush or Hot Cakes
If served with a meat order... .15
Stiawbeirles nnd Crennt . .. 23
Stewed Fruit 2;
Liver nnd Bacon 23
Broiled Kidneys 2i
Chicken Tninnles 25
Raw ... . $ 10
Enncv . . .... . . .!,o
Oyster Loaves St 00
Dolled two J .23
Fried two 30
Scrambled two 21!
Poached, two ,,, 35
i mitt Omelette , ,25
Spanish Omelette; .50
Hnni and Eggs 40
i-orlv S .40
Lamb . 50
Chopi with two Eggs . .. .50
1'inln with Eggs 50
Tenderloin with Eggs .. . . 90
All r'toit ordeis include bread and
buttet potatoes nnd coffee
Eitiopenn plan dining loom down
"tnlrs tui rlrnn plan dining room
Contractor McKce who has thargo
of the iwuk of the innstriirtlnn of the
extension of the Rapid Transit line to
Wulklkl stall d this morning that ho
expeett d to see the tars running over
tho extension In time weeks' time,
The vvmk Is piogitsslng vcij rapidly.
When the gang of men now nt work
on the extension quit work this after
noon tht re will be about a thousand
feet of the road done By next week,
there will be u dilveway from Here
taula stret t to the Walklkl road and In
two weeks' time tiuck la)lng will he
The men aie now' at woilt in thnt
pnrt of the road which runs thiough
thn disputed terrItor When the
plaie was first stunk Attorney
llrookK who leptesents the party
elulmlug u lumc on the land, served a
not lee th.it tlieie should be no work
done tfic re ill Kplte of this the gang
nf nun was tet nt work and nothing
further has been raid about the mat
ter Theio hns bien no leslstance
whatever uud there will ho nolle The
Rapid rrnnslt piople will go on with
the wotk and thin later mi tin re will
bo a suit lu eouit.
Blank hooks nf all description de
tinned and mndo at tho i.VENINU
BULLETIN'S Job Offlc.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
The Bulletin's speelal Industrial edi
tion can be obtained at this office or
the newsstands. Price 25 cents.
The Klnau was telephoned twenty
mites east at 1 o'clock
This being Washington's Illrtlulay
there was no session of the Builders'
The Austrian tramp steamer Mar-
cerltn. salted nt nn pirli hutir tlila '
morning for Manila via Nagasaki,
Miss Kuth Karr of Hoquani, Wnsh
Ington, Is visiting with Mrs II. L
Kerr on Pacific Heights for a few
Bourbon Whiskey, 6 years old, $3 50;
Claret, 50 cents; Sherry and Tokay, 75
cents a gallon nt Horfschlacgcr Co's,
There will bo no change in the hours
of service at the German Lutheran
church tomorrow Sunday school at 10
it m , service at 11 a m.
Mrs B. P. Dillingham entertained
as her guests at Mokiilci tho past
week, Mrs M E Knott, Mrs H M.
Damon ,' vV C Wcedon and Mrs
II. J. Warren,
Jose Marin Ortcz has been Indicted
liy the Grand Jury on the charge of
larceny In the second degree and a
bench warrant for the man's arrest his
been Issued by Judge Gear.
Prince, tho better of th' two horses
that mako up tho day team nf the ,in
trol wagon, has been lai I ill) for an
operation on otto of the legs nnd n '
new horse has been brought Into .
icqtiisltlnn by High Sheriff Blown
Klmt Polanl, native was brought up
from Koolaupoko on tho other side
of this Island this furenoou and was'
Immediately sent over to Oahu Jail I
11a hn. Imnn an.,.,nm1 In slv .nnn.lu '
V "HO WtV... DVNIVIIIVII IU OIA MIUlllllO
hard labor on tho charge of vagrancy
There was no one up at tho Y M
f A. today Nearly nil of those who
arc about the building nil Saturdays
havo gone on the tramp to Kouahiil
mil, tho highest point In thn mouii
tains that separate this I om the oth
cr sldu of tho Island.
The Malle-HImn bnll In Progress hall
last night was very much of a success
Dancing lasted until long after mid
night. The walls of the room were
prettily decorated, tho musicians' stngo
being draped with American, Hawaiian
nnd British flags
An nt home of tho Kllohana Art
I.enguo Ik arranged for next Satur,:;,
evening, when Miss Mary Elizabeth
Lewis will glvo a talk on "Spenser
the Poet Painter." During tho oven
Ing music will aleo be rendered by
Mis. AiiiiIb Montague Turner and Dr.
Arthur Maxson Smith.
Cunning, tho magician, gives his first
performance at the Opera House to
night The Indications point to n good
big house to witness the Initial enter
tainment The magician will give his
second sliow on next Tuesday. Popu
lar prices will prevail, 50i, ".V and
SI 00 No higher.
A party composed of the following
are nt tho Hnlclwa Hotel, Walalua, to
day Misses Warren, Misses Angus,
Mr. Charles Tealto .Miss Graco. Mr
Geo. Angus. Mr. Fred Angus, Mr and
Mrs. F. Church, Misses Gerard, Cnpt.
Pierce. Mr. Roth, Miss Roth, Mrs.
Chas. Wilder, Miss Irmgard bchacfer.
MIsb Lilian Bacon, Mr Mnua Wido
mann and others,
Tho American ship Mary I. Citshlng
arrived this noon after a trip of six
ly-seven days from Newcastle with
a cargo ot coal She was towed in
nnd moored In tho stream by tho
IVarlcbs. Her skipper taptnln Me
Nc 111. Is n kamnalnn In this port nnd
has many friends here Ho was for
merly mnster of the Inrkenllno Wll
der mid of tho bnikcntlnn Planter m
whleii vesseds he very often visited
'I he grentei portion of the business
houses of tho city were closed today In
honor of the birthday of Washington
About tho only places ot business that
kept open until tho noon hour were
the hardware stores. Thcio lire a
great many hunters going down the
road today and the places were kept
open largely on nccount ot these men
In order that they mlghl not ho dis
appointed in getting their ammuni
tion, YACHTS I II CIIUloE
Today the jaclitsmen started on
their fourth cruise There were a
great niimbei of jnehts starting as the
holiday gave the owners and erews
leisure There will bo cruising In the
lochs, e.'.owder, entertainment li the
club houbc ami a flag raising which
will tuko plate tit 1 p m.
The (Had j a, Mary I., Hawaii, Dcw
ev Marlon. Skip, Pirate, Kahuna, Ab
bey M . Vl-Kc, Princess. Wlklwlkl
Mallhlnl, Mjrtle Kutimiinn, Cunnr)
and the launch Watervsltch will all
start fiom here At I'tarl Harbor they
will be met b) La Pnlonia. Hlhlmanii
Dahlia. Hermit, Opllsar, Kaikat and
the launches Maunnwal and Jule.
AN OIL YARN.
Anent the excitement of speculation
iu oio Texas oil fields, Gcorgo MeRca,
who Is at tho tValdorf-Astoria tolls
of the dlucoinfltu'o of a speculator
Ironi St Louis, who wnnted to drive
a cloho bargain. Tho St Loulsan se
ll cted a well for purchase, and It was
offtied him for J 1 5,000. Ho demur
red at the price, and finally ono of tho
officials of tho company selling the
"I'll tell ou what I'll do If you
will pay 10 rrnts a barrel for all tho I
oil produced there for thirty days you
can havo tho well."
"Agried," said the ninn from St
1 outs and he signed an agreement
Tho well pindiiced 10 000 barrels
dally foi the noxt thirty days costing
the St Louis speculator S30,UbO Now
Tin extensive authority of parents '
under the Chinese laws Is well
known. A Chinaman of fort) years
A hose aged mother flogged him mer
claj. shed tears In tbo compnii) of ono
of his friends
"Why do you weep?" ho was asked
"Alas, things am not as they used
to be," answered tho devoted son
"The poor woman's arm grows feebler
every' duy!" Sporting Times.
for - one - week - beginning
MONDAY, FEB. 17TH
hemstitched nnd with tucking,
regular price, 75c
Sale price 60c
lace embroidered, vcrv good ma
terlnl, regular price, 75c
Sale price 48c
All tho abovo goods dispplaved In our
prices plainly marked
Another Week oi
Whllo tho prices of theso mattlngB nro far below what they
havo cvor been offered at before, wo have not yet disposed ot tho
whole stock, as Is our Intention, so extend tho sale for another
week. You can't afford to miss this sale, tho mattings aro at actual
FANCY MATTING, five different patterns henvy weigh',
at tho oxtrcmoly low prlco or $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 ot five rolls or more
PACIFIC IMPORT COMPANY,
CLIINTOIN J. HUTCl-IirN.S,
ta . II MijTn Jmy
AlcINERTMY BL.OCIC. PORT ST.
Is spent In bed nnd why not
hnvo mat third comfortablo?
Iron bedsteads nro cool; that
means a good deal towards com
fort and for this climate are
the only ones to use.
Our stock Just now Is tho larg
est ever carried by any one
houso on tho Islands, and thu
assortment Is complete.
White Enamel Iron Beds
tlther plain or with brass trim
mings, nnd many colored ones In
Prices from $4.50 upward.
SHOULD BE CONSIDERED WITH
The proper fitting of ones foot Is a
most Important matter, and, apart from
the experience that thirty years has
given us, HANAN & SONS havo given
their whole nttcntlon to the building of
serviceable, stvllsh mid casv shoes
Look at their tremendous success
nnd ou will see vli we nn fhclr
SHOE :: STORE
Anchor Brand Sheets
Single bed Bhccts, plain 72x90
at 85c each.
Slnglo bed sheets, hemstitched,
Double bed, plain, 90x90 at 90c.
Double bed, hemstitched at $1.
Pillow Gases, Anchor Brand
Plain, 36x15, nt 20c each.
Hemstitched, 30x15, at 30c each.
show windows and
J. H. FISHER
Stock and Bond Brokers.
FIRE ASSOCIATION, of Phlladelphlv
WESTERN A88URANCE CO, of To
Offices 8tangenwald Bldg., Mo
TUSSLE WITH A TELEPHONE.
"Number, please' ' The dulcet
tones of the Invincible 'hello' girl
Itllled the query Into the waiting enr
of the wag nt the other el I of thn Ir
"Olvo mo two pairs ef t'Pi, ' enmo
"Do ou think you're plnvlng draw
poker' ' Interrogated tho girl at
"Certainly not," was the reply I'm
cnlling u telephone number Kindly ct
me have four ones.
"I'm afraid I don t understand," said
the operator "Cant oit make your
' I'm doing the best 1 know how Can
j ou ronnrct me with one ono, one.
"(luess vou'vo got the wrong nt.m
ber, try again "
"No I haven't; It's In tho bo,' .
Maybe you specify It ns eleven, elov
"Say do you think thl3 Is n poller
shop What 'number are you rail
'I m trying to tell you See If ynu
can give me ono hundred eleven,
'No 1 nnt " came tho shnrp rents
"I have no tlmo to waste. If you can
not be more explicit you had bettor
send a telegram '
"Why do you have such nonsenslcnl
numbers In your old book if you can't
understand them?" argued the caller.
"Here It Is as plain ns day four oues
"On you menu one. one. double ono.
Why dldn t you say so? I'll connect
'Don t bother I Just wnnted to dls
tover how ynu railed for that strnngo
collection of figures (Joodhyc
THEY WERE ALL CHRISTIANS.
Among the stories treasured by tint
people of the Hnst Sldo. New York
li one about tin late Dwlght 1. Moodv
who once conducted a revival meeting
ot the Allen Street Methodist Church
At the close of nn unusually elo
quent talk Moody said to his on
dlemc Now how many people here
Instantly there was a mighty stir
and every man woman and child In
tin crow lt il house Jumped to his or
her hit k
Moody was visibly Impressed nnd
paid In tones of greatest satisfaction
In nil my thirty flvo years' experience
I have never seen such a showing"
t the i lose nf the- meeting the
pastor or the rhuri h took Moody aside
nnd said I say Mr Moody, you
don't want to be too pleased over thnt
showing Down here there are only
Jews nnd Christians, and tho pcoplo
wanted you to understand there wasn't
a Jew among them "
"What caused Crnnksmlth to at
"Oh, he was beaten by himself at a
game of solitaire " February Smart
WILLARD K. DROWN.
W. A. LOVE.
Halstead & Co.;
ON SUGAR SECURITIES.
921 Fort Street
Stock and Bond Exchange.
STOCK AND BOND BROKER,
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE.
Orders for the purehaso or sale ot
BtockH find linncln rnrnfulv ntwf nmmnl.
ly executed. Loans negotiated
Office Room 401, 4th floor, SUnaen.
wald Bldg. Postoffice box 380; Tele
phone Main 331.
E. W, JORDAN
t IS STILL IIOLDHNG t
big - discount
sale - in - all
nit you will Unci on enquiry
PRICES CUT TO CLEAR