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8UNDAY BULLETIN, HONOLULU, H. T., SUNDAY. FEBrtUARY 23, 1902.
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imZ1 EXPANSION : 8Y8TE
JlgSgigSSftggiaE Many labor saving devices
BBirfSffSKTO:??!! iwSSSgSF In this system which wo will
.Kii if wwi 111 i t?z t nlcased to show and ex
plain to you whether you In-
WW NiniMIQ P.d ITn tend to buy or not. Ilcmem
RLLj niunULO UUi, LIUi bcr, wo will bo pleased to
Two Stores In One. 8C0 7m-
Wo aro safo In saying that a more beautiful line of dining room
furnlturo was novcr seen in Honolulu. They consist of round and
square tables of rich quarter-sawed golden oak, tho round tnblcs
measuring five feet across.
WILTON, AXMINISTER AND
an entirely now stock of go .rgcoua designs Just opened and will sell
rapidly. Como and get yours bsforo the prettiest ones are selected.
J. HOPP & COMPANY
Lending Furniture Dcnlcra.
CORKER KING AND BETHEL SIS.
Tbo last boat brought us a conslgn
' ment of onions from New Zealand. At
this time of year theso onions are hard
and firm, whllo California onions aro
Bproutlng. If you are fond of this veg
etable, they will prove a treat. We
NEW ZEALAND CHEESE
both In tins and open, and we received
with tne Bamo goods
put up In tins Uko salmon.
H. MAY & GO.
Till! LEADING GROCERS.
Telephones 22, 24, 92
Our Customers Like Our
Gurry Powder !
They nre satisfied that the
Ingredients used In Its
manufacture are the tlnest
obtainable and that you
will think so too when you
LEWIS & GO.
:. LEADING GROCERS. .:
1060 FORT 8TREET.
240 .Three Telephones 240.
Accuracy in correcting tho defect.
Accuracy In selecting the proper
f i auicn.
Accuracy In advice given,
Accuracy In what we promise and
There Is no place where accuracy
and skill are more at premium than
with tho Optician. Wo mako a search
ing examination and exercise the most
painstaking caro In the adjustment
of every pair of glasses wo sell.
A. N. SANFORD
Boston Building, Fort Street
Over May & Co.
recognizes tho Importance
nf littlnnaa aclem 'I'hlu
Illustration shows tho elm
plo process of building a
stnek of sections with
A Few of the Latest Books:
"Llfo of Robert Louis Stevenson," 2
vols., by Bnlfour.
"American TraltB," by Umstcrberg.
"I.abor: A Novel," by Zola.
"Hawthorne and Lavender," by W. K.
"Tho Daby: His Care and Training,"
a book for mothers.
"Tho Debatable Land," by Arthur
Tho Velvet Glove," by Mcrrlman.
"Tho Portion of Labor," by Mary E.
"Tho Making of Jane," by S. B. Elliott.
"Tho 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 me Dental Chair
TEETH EXTRACTED AND FILLED
ABSOLUTELY WITHOUT PAIN by
our late scientific method'applled to the
gums. No sleep-producing agents or
Theso aro the only dental parlors in
Honolulu having PATENTED APPLI
ANOES and Ingredients to extract, fill
and apply gold crowns and porcelain
crowns undectecable fiom natural teeth
and warranted for ten years, WITH
OUT THE LEAST PAIN. All work
dene by GRADUATED DENTISTS of
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. We
will tell you In ndvanco exictly what
your work will cost nr a FREE EX
AMINATION. Set Teeth 85. OH
Gold Crowns $5.00
Gold Fllllnfin $1.00
Silver Fillings BOt
Our name alone will bu a guurante
that your work will be of the best.
New York Dental Parlors,
lloom 4, Elite Building, Hotel Strew
LADIES IN ATTENDANCE
Hours, 8 a. m. to 6 p. c
Sundays, 9 a. m. to 12 m.
A manly sport for Manly Mca.
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 DetpatchI
Tel. Main 78. 95:45. Elite Bldg.
luK lHifi Al
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Postage on the Bulletin's special In
dustrial edition Is three cents to all
parts of the 8tatec
Read "Wants" on page C.
Mrs. C. L. Wight Is hack from illlo.
A purse with watch and keys has
been lost. Sec Lost column.
Tho PEERLESS l'RKSEIUKa
PAINT Is n home manufacture.
P. II. Dankey of the Bulletin, return
ed from Hllo In the Klnau yesterday.
Gomes & McTlghc, successors to Ca
tnara & Co., liquor dealers, 03 King at.
Blank books of oil sorts, ledgers, etc.
manufactured by the Bulletin Publish
Tho weekly edition of the Evening
Bulletin gives a complete summary oi
the news of tho day.
Invitations nrc out for a reception
at the home of Mrs. Sanford I). Dole,
Emma street, from 3 to 0, February
Chas. Furncnux. W. K. Andrews, E.
I). Baldwin nnd J. V. smith. Hllo, ami
W. O. Taylor, Maul, arc registered at
the Royal Hawaiian Hotel.
An evening shorthand speed class
begins at tho High School on March
1st. Applications for membership will
he received there by F. J. Armstrong
between S nnd 6 p. m.
Judge Humphreys has appointed Lau
Ng as administrator of the estate of
Lau Sun Mcc under 12500 bond. The
estate Is valued at $1500, a fire claim
for (2245.75 being put down at (500.
Jose Maria Ortez has been Indicted
by the Grand Jury on the charge ot
larceny In the second degree and a
bench warrant for the man's arrest
was Issued ycBtcrday by Judge Gear.
Don't forget Cnmarlnos of the Call
fornlt Fruit Market when you want
fruit and vegetables. He always has
on hand a fresh supply of both Califor
nia and Island fruits. Telephone Main
Funeral services for the late Miss
Mary Desha will he held today at 3
o'clock, at the residence of Geo. I.
Desha, I'alama. Friends and acquain
tances are respectfully Invited to at
tend. Yesterday George Sea, former court
officer for the police department, was
nppolnted Supreme Court bailiff by
Chief Justice Frcar end also bailiff to
the Third Circuit Judge by Judge Rob
inson. At the twelfth annual meeting ot
tho Hospital Flower Association held
Friday afternoon the following officer.)
were elected: President, Mis. Jordan;
vice-president, Mrs. A, F. Judil; secre
tary, Mrs. Arthur Wall, treasurer,
Miss von Holt; auditor, i:. W. Jordan.
Wm. Myers, while well-borer who
was married to n native woman, com
mitted suicide In his room, Anla lane,
between 3:30 and t o'clock Friday af
ternoon. Previous to this, he shot
twice at his wlfo and once at himself.
Klml Polanl, native, was brought up
from Koolaupoko on the other Ride ot ,
this island yesterday forenoon and
was Immediately sent over to Oahu
Jail. He has been sentenced to six
months hard labor on the charge oi
Among the arrivals from Hllo ami
way ports In the Klnau yesterday were
A. W. Richardson, Dr. A. II. Clark, E
A. II. Ross, St. C. Savrcs, W. Nnlllnui
Jr., Q. II. llerrey. It. W. Atkinson. II.
F. Lyman, John Hind, II. A. Allen and
Tho divorce case against Senator I.
11. Kahlllna was set fur vestcrday,
Judge Hiimphicvs foregoing the holi
day so as not to disappoint the parties.
As tho witnesses have not arrived from
Kauai, however, tho case went over
Messrs. l'atou and Morris, the two
young men who are soon to leave for
the Mainland on n lecturing tour ot
the principle cities, will give nn exhi
bition of Ave hundred splendid Hawa
iian views in the Orphcum Tuesday
evening, February 25. Popular prices
will prevail. The box office will be
open Tuesday morning so that reserv
ed seats may be obtained.
The members of the Honolulu Ath
letic Club Interested in the scheme ot
nn international tug-of-war contest,
have applied for permission to have
the event In the large warehouse where
tho Aalu Bchool is now held. T. P.
Cummins anil C. K Chllllngworth
visited tho warehouse yesterday. Tho
place Is badly ventilated but arrange
ments to remedy this defect will be
made. The dato of the affulr has not
yet been announced.
Contractor McKec who lias chargo
of the work on the Rapid Transit ex
tension from King street through to
WallilKl. states that when the men quit
work yesterday, n thousand feet of the
roadway had been completed. He ex
pects that by next week, there will be
a driveway through to Walklkl and
that In two weeks' time, actual work
on tho hiving of traces will be started.
In six weeks, tho curs shuulil be run
ning oer tho extension.
The cleaning up of all unemployed
Porto Rlcans In tho city and sending
them to the plantations of Hawaii and
Maul has been the means of ridding
the city of an unpleasant clement
Every man, woman or child who now
comes here from the plantations down
the road Is closely watched by the po
lice. The consequence is that all the
Porta Rlcans now In the city are em
ployed. Batches have been sent away
from hero every Tuesday for several
weeks past and the work has been so
thorough that there will be none to
send next Tuesday.
A well-known novelist had become
thoroughly tired of being Interviewed
for the press, and decided to "choke
off" the next man who dared to ply
him with questions.
"What was the highest price ever
paid you for a story?" asked the last
"Three hundred thousand pounds!"
hcpllcd tho man of books. "And It
.was paid mn for only three words,
"How do you mean?" Inquired the
puzzled young man.
. " 'I lovo yon' wcro the words. I told
thorn to the lady wno Is now my wife."
The Bulletin's special Industrial edi
tion can be obtained at this office or
the news-stands. Prlee 25 cents.
E. D. Baldwin arrhcrf by the Klnau.
Q. II. Berrcy's ortlcc, 8 Campbell bid.
P. P. nnd S. P. Woods are here from
Major W. A. Purdy nrrlvcd from Hl
lo in the Klnau yesterday.
Mrs. Hnnna has located In the new
Oregon block on UnlonUtrcct.
Nicely furnished rooms, Popular
House, 1219 ;ort St., $1.00 per week up.
Corns and Ingrowing nails removed
without pain by Dr. Bogle, Arlington
Shares In the Washington Mercan
tile Co. are wanted to purihaso. See
A special meeting of the Chamber of
Commerce will he held tomorrow af
ternoon at 2 o'clock.
Meet mo at tho Fountain tho popu
lar Ice cream and soda water resort;
Wall, Nichols Co., Ltd.
Just for a few days a snap In or
gandy muslins, 35 nnd 40 rent values.
nt 20 and 25 cents at Sachs' Dry Goods
Charles Moltcno, formerly of Mer
chant Btrcct, has reopened his Bhnving
parlor on King street, opposito Young
Emhroldtrlos nnd Insertions, 30. 35
and 10 cents value, at 25 cents per
ard while on display, at 8achs' Dry
Bourbon Whiskey, 6 years old, $3.60;
Claret, 50 cents; Sherry and Tokny, 75
cents a gallon at Hoffschlacgcr Co.'s
Mothers nrc happy when their ba
bies smile, and they will do so when
put Into one of Hoffschlaegei Co.'s new
W. O. Irwin & Co.. agents ot the
Oceanic Steamship Co., have Issued an
Important notice to intending steer
age passengers per S. S. Alameda.
See page 7.
Patriotic services In Central I'nlon
church this evening. GoMmor Dole
and Judge Estec will deliver addresses.
A flue program of music has been ar
ranged. For the complete program see
the church news In another column
A large number of Invitations have
been Issued by Mrs. William Lowers
Hopper for an nfternoon reception at
her home, corner Kceaumoku and l)o
mlnts streets, fiom 3 to 0 February 27.
to meet Mrs. T. II. Hauiia and Mrs. M.
There was no game of baseball yes
terday between tho High School and
St. l.ouls College teams, the former
having sustained n sevcro case ot
"cold feet" after ncceptlng tho chal
lenge from the St. Louis College team
for a game to take place at the time
Captain Janes who arrived here
here some months ngo, celebrated his
i3d birthday yesterday. The cap
tain was a frequent visitor here in the
old days and numbers among Mn
friends such old kamaalnus as Cnptuln
Cluney, John E. Bush und "Bill' Wil
liams, tho keeper or thu lighthouse.
The police officer. ore back In their
old quarters on tho second tloor of the
police station building. The rooms
have been fitted with new lockers,
everything has been painted and car
pet lines the Moor. While theso Im
provements were going on. tho police
occupied the hall ways of the Jail he
low. Warrants nro out for tho arrest of
Robert A. Cunningham nnd Elmer
Trout, two Camp McKInley soldiers
who deserted on thu 9th nnd loth I nut.,
respectively. It Is thought that the
men huvo left Honolulu ami are now
bound either to tho Philippines or to
the Mainland In some transport of
A slight accident put Clarke & Hen
ry's new dredger at Pearl Harbor out
of commission for a little while Fri
day afternoon. The dredger was work
ing when one of the lines got ufoul of
the drum, the result being that one. of
the piston rods was broken. The dam
ago will be repaired Immediately and
tho dredger will probably be In work
Ing order very soon.
Early yesterday afternoon, six na
tives were arrested by Officer Jim Ku
pthc for fishing with giant powder at a
place near the sewer outfall. The la
formation, was taken to the police sta
lion by one of tho men of the sewer
pumping plant and Kuplhe wus Immc
dlately sent out. Ho had a little tus
sle lu making the arrest ot the six
men but bo stuck by his Job and soon
had the whole lot corrnlcd.
Tho Gamewell police nlarm system
has been all but completed In the city.
The wires havo all been put up and
the wires tnnn run to tho pollco sta
tion aro now In their proper places.
All that remains g tho Inalrllntlnn of
the new desk, which should urrlvr In
thu Alameda. As soon as this Is put
In place, thu wires will ho roniiuctt'd
up and the system will Lien ho In
working order. Two wecl.f will prob
ably see the now system In working or
der In tho city.
Between 5 and 6 o'clock Friday nf
ternoon, the tug Fearless had her
mainmast so badly bent nnd Injured
bat It was necessary to saw It off.
The tug had gone alongside the Phae
ton to put aboard a supply of water
when a heavy swell came along, heel
ing her over. One of the Phaeton's
davits caught In the forestay and tht
mast was pulled far forward and bent
and damaged in such a way as to make
It useless for further work.
"I can't help thlnkln'," said old
Farmer Broadhead, trifle sarcasti
cally, "that If he was guilty of all the
outtln's up that havo been laid to htm '
under tho general hoadln' of 'Jcffor-'
snnlan simplicity,' the late Thomas
Jefferson was not merely simple, as
charged, but downright Idiotic!"
I "Dead Broke." !
.a he broke?"
"I guess so. Ho said If air was 5
rrvn'B a barrel ho'd suffocate," In
ate a reflection of the beauty that J oil will find within the store
This week they aro radiant lu the handsomest ol now goods nil
plainly marked and nt prices thnt dely competition
Among the New Arrivals
will bo found many unusually attractive goods. Including
Fine Victoria Lawns
1ft Inches wide
Per piece 75 cents
for ladles and gentlemen's shirt
ings, excellent pattern, lutest
novelties in designs
12 1-2 cents per yard
35 cents each
CLIINTOIN J. HUTCHIIN.S,
M X f X
McINERNY BLOCK, JPORT ST.
is spont In bed and why not
havo tnat third comfortablo?
Iron bedsteads aro cool; that
means a good deal towards com
fortand for this climate aro
the only ones to use.
Our stock Just now Is the larg
est ever carried by any one
house on the Islands, and tho
assortment Is complete
While Enamel Iron Beds
either plain or with brass trim
mings, and many colored ones In
l'rlccs from $4.50 upward.
SHOULD BE CONSIDERED WITH
The proper fitting of one's foot Is a
most Important matter, and, apart from
the experience that thirty years has
given us, HANAN & SON8 havo given
their whole attention to the building of
serviceable, stylish and easy bIiocs. .
Look at their tremendous success
and you will see why we nrc their
SHOE :: STORE
Fnst colors: over 100 patterns
fresh nnd Hew at
6 14 cents per yard
ladles' ribbed Jersey tests,
2 for 25 cents
$1,40 per dozen
or 3 for SI, 00.
. "Say, Mr. Taller, don't you
i down?" Boston Herald.
The hall of the Murph Club aj
crowded to tho doors last night, many
being obliged to stnnd throughout tin
performance. Tho entertainment was
opened by n piano solo by Mrs. nn.ma
M. Nakulnn. wlfo of the president of
the club. , t
The rhnmplon thread-chewing
match between two men was a comi
cal sight. The faces and grlmacn
made weio very funny Indeed, and tn"
way their mouths worked to got a r.'i
cent piece suspended In tho inlddb
would discount n windmill.
Thoip wns much trouble presented
In the sketch entitled "Troubles In Mr
Johnson's Law Office," which would
make a lawyer quit legal prnctlee.
The burlesque on hypnotism wis n
HUrre-m. the different subjects belni!
made to sing nnd play, while another
performed tricks with" a cigarette, b
throwing It up. kicking it up and
catching It In his Nmouth. Another
was made to dance, nnd still another
was made to perform tricks with tho
lamp, which were marvelous. The
subject placed a lighted kerosn
lamp on IiIb forehead nnd after lying
down to sleep raised hlmxelf up again
without dropping the lamp All of tho
performers were generously applaud
ed for their efforts. Tho hall Is open
every day from 9 n. m. to 10 p. m.
Kverybody Is welcome. There will ho
n special song service nt the hall thin
evening, to which all nre cordially In
Tho meeting of the directors of tho
club will bo held on Monday evening
no4tlon with cold lunchetaolnshrdlii
at 8 o'clock
JOHN III: FItins KSQ has this day
boon nppolnted a member of tho Din
trlct Itimd Hoard for the Dlstiii t or
ttwn nnd Wnlanao. Island of Oahu
Territory of Hawaii, vice A. Kauhl
resigned. JAS. II. BOYD.
Superintendent of Public Works
Department of Public Works. Feb
runry 21 ltii2. ;o7S 3t
WILLABD E. BBOWN.
W. A. LOVE.
Halstead & Co.,
ON SUGAR SECURITIES.
921 Fort Street.
Stock and Bond Exchange.
FINANCIAL AGENT. .
STOCK AND BOND BROKER.
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE.
Orders for the ntirehiuto nr uiln nt
stocks and bonds carefuly and prompt.
ly cxccuicu. j-oans negotiated
Office Room 401, 4th floor, SUngen
watd Bldg. Postofflce box 390; Tele
phone Main 331.
J. H. FISHER
Stock and Bond Brokers.
FIRE ASSOCIATION, of Philadelphia
WESTERN A88URANCE CO, of Tfr
OF THE DAY.
think I had better have this suit cut