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evening bulletin, Honolulu, ii. t.. Monday, feu 21, 1902.
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NICHOLS GO,, LTD.
Two Stores !n One,
The aticccssful merchant
recognizes tho Importance
of business system. 'Ibis
Illustration shows the sim
ple process of building a
stack of sections with
EXPANSION : SYSTEM.
Many labor saving devices
la this system which v,o will
be pleased to show and ex
plain to you whether you In
tend to buy or not. Remem
ber, ve will be pleased to
A beautiful assortment now on hand in highly polished
: oak op :.
With such a flno stock to choose from It will ho easy to make
J. HOPP & COMPANY
Lending Furulturc Dealers.
CORNER KING AND BETHEL SIS.
Tho last boat brought us n consign
ment of onions from New Zealand. At
this tlmo of year these, onions aro hard
and firm, whllo California onions aro
sprouting. If you are fond of this veg
etable, they will prow u treat. Wo
NEW ZEALAND CHEESE
both In tins and open, and we received
with tno samo goods
put up In tins like salmon.
H. MAY & GO.
THE LEADING GROCERS.
Telephones 22, 24, 92
Our Customers Like Our
Curry Powder !
They nrcHiitltifleil thot the
Ingrcdlcnto used In Ittt
manufacture are the ilncHt
obtainable and that you
will think ho too when you
LEWIS & GO.
:. LEADING GROCEflS. .:
1060 FORT STREET.
240 .Three Telephones 240.
I EVE SiySj
Accuracy In correcting tho defect
Accuracy In selecting the propel
Accuracy In advice given
Accuracy In what we piomlso and
There- Is no placo vvhero accuracy
anil skill aro moiej at premium than
with tho Optician Wo make a search
ing examination and exercise the most
painstaking euro In tho adjustment
of ovcry pair of glasses we belt
A Tow of the Latest Books:
"I.lfo of Robert Louis Stevenson," 2
vols., by Balfour.
"American Traits," by Umstcrberg
"Labor: A Novel," by Zola.
"Hawthorne and Lavender," by W. K
"Tho Ilahy: Ills Caro nnd Training,"
a book for mothers.
"Tho Debatable Land," by Arthur
"Tho Velvet Glove," by Merrlmnn.
"Tho Portion of Labor," by JInry C.
"Tho Making of Jane." by S. B. Klllott
"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.
No More Dread
of the Dental Chair
TEETH EXTRACTED AND FILLED
ABSOLUTELY WITHOUT PAIN by
our late scientific method applied to the
gums. No sleep-producing agents or
Theso are the only dental parlors In
Honolulu having PATENTED APPLI
ANCES and ingredient!! 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 wort
done 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. We
n III tell you in advamo exactly what
your work will C06t nv a FREE EX
Set Teeth 65 OU
Gold Crowns 85.00
Gold Filling SI.OO
Silver Fillings 50c
Our name alone will be a guarante.
that your work will be of the best.
New York Dental Parlors,
ttoom 4, Elite Building, Hotel Street
LADIES IN ATTENDANCE
Hours, 8 a. m. to C p. m.
Sundays, 9 a m. to 12 m.
A. N. SANFORD
Ooston Building, Fort Street.
Over May & Co.
A manly sport for Manly Mei
Strictly first class In every respect.
AN HOUR IN THE MORNING
THE 8AME HOUR EVERY IviORNING
or afternoon, given to dictation, will
keep your correspondence "cleaned
up" Try It a month.
J. D. AYERY, Business Correspondent
Regularity! Certainty Deipatchl
Tel. Main 76. 95:45. Elite Bldg.
PICE HENRY IDE
Wnshlnatnn I'elj 13 The Asso
elated I'r'ss todn received from au
tin title sources a statement reganllnB
the report tlint Prince Ileni) had writ
ten n lettet of apologv to Admlrnl
Di'we) The Information which fol
Ions was not received fiom Admlrnl
Devvoy himself, hut from nn Intlnuto
friend of his and can he absolutely
The Admltal has recentlv lecelvcd
a letter from n member or the United
States Embassy at Berlin In which
the writer gave n resiiim- of n con
vfTrntlnn he had had with 1'iliicc
ncnry of Prussia at the tllnnei given
tne intter by Ambassador White prior
to the Prince's departure for Ameilca
In this conversation the l'rlnre re
ferring to his hnvltig hoped to letiiin
from the East via San Kranelsto nftur
his services In the Chlm snuadion,
but having been obliged to hasten
homo via Suez on account or his
mother s Illness In tils usual rniiclid
mnnner nnd agreeing with a lemark
(hut the piescut was n miirli moic op
portune time fm his visit said.
"I know ou Amctlcnns feel very
sore about nffnlis In the East, and I
do not blame jou I mjself made n
mistake which I see Is now being c
plaited b the English pi ess to uente
a prejudice hen nt Hongkong, at
c dinner on the Deiitsehland itho
Prince's llagslilp In the East), Com
inodoio Dewej was present and was
tno senior oHkei , tlieie wete two Bus
Plans, dome English and officers of
other nationalities which I cannot ro
call.) when I pioposed the health of
first, the Czar of Ilussln then others
nnd last of all that of the President
ot the United States. Dewey was of
tended, as 1 learned the next da), and
t realized I had made a great mistake.
I immediately went on board tho
Olympla and saw Dewey who accept
ed my apology most graciously."
The Prince added that he was well
awnre thnt mistakes had been matin
on their part, but that his relations
with Admlrnl Dewey had always been
of the most ngteeahte mid pleasant
character He sent his highest ro
hards to the Admlinl and expressed
his slntcie hope of seeing him dining
Ms visit to America
Boers Are Warming
Gen. Kitchener Again
London I'eh in A iport lece!ed
today rrnm l.oicl Kltchenei nt Preto
ria shows last week to hne been tho
liveliest week with the heaviest losses
on both sides, for several mouths past.
Lord Kitchener gives the lloei i annui
ties n tolnl of t.'J killed. 17 surretideied
anil S7I taken prlsoneis The lliltlsh
captured 4Su rllles. one pompom nnd
tho usual grist of munitions and live
Tho most serious lliltlsh loss during
tho week was the capture of sixty don
key wagons rnmoyed by Hill tumps
At a point thirty miles from Beaufort
West, Cope Colony, the enemy Bwept
down on the donkey wagons nnd cut
up the convoy before assistance ar
rived They were able to remove only
twelve of the wagons nnd burned the
rest In this engagement the British
lost two officers nnd seven men killed
and one officer and forty seven men
wounded whllo the Boers lost twenty,
lour killed and foity five wounded
The Boers also rushed u iletnchment
of inn men of Colonel Doran's column
the night of reliruniy .Id when tho
British lost three otllters nnd seven
men killed anil seventeen men wound
LOCAL AND GENERAL
The Bulletin's tpeelal Industrial edi
tion can be obtained at this office or
the news stands. Price 25 eents.
.1 P Cooke Ins returned from Maul
W II Coinwell Is back In town
A furnished cottage Is wanted Se
Hon II p llildwln nnd w'lfc nrrivid
fiom Maul In the Claildlno Sunday
The stol, hooks of the Oaliu Sugar
Co will be i losed to transfeis fiom
Kebruarv L't.th to March 1st.
Caesar (line la vagrancy, and Ah
Kin, larceny In the. second degree were
both nrrested by Detective Kaapa to
A list of oftlifrs elected and business
transacted at the meeting of the Unit
ed Chinese Sotltty appears unilei New
1 oil ay
A new line of kid gloves has Just
hem received ami opened at Jordan
Gloves In white and black and new
The names of tho officers elected it
tne annual election of trustees of tho
Chinese United Society appears unib r
Bourbon Whiskey, 0 years old $3 jo,
Claret, CO cents, Sherry nud Toknv 7'
rents a gallon at HotTschlacgcr t'o
New Illusions nnd entirely new fea
tures will he presented by Cunniilnll
nnd Mudnme Alone nt the Opeia Home
Directors of the Hnwalliiu Sugar
Company began a meeting at Alexan
der & Baldwin's this morning and ud
Jouined till tomorrow
On Thursday next nt the resilient i
of C J Roberts, 12SC Beretaula street
Morgan will sell by auction, household
furniture and bric-a-brac
In the Police Court today the case
of J W Hull, charged with rape wa
again continued until tomorrow The
matter Is still pending befme the
Wm Carey has sworn out a w.nr.int
for the nrrest of his binthcr Thomas
Carey, on the charge of assault with .t
weapon obviously nnd Imminently
dangerous to lifo to wit, a knife
The Scottish Amateur Atliletii k
socl.itlon meets tonight In the rooms of
the Scottish Thistle Club foi tin pur
pose of discussing and acting ou uni
ons mutters of Interest to the club
Among the arrivals fiom Maul potts
In the Cl.iiidlnc- Sunday wcic the fol
lowing Miss llnrtwell. A A Ilrsiy
tner. Thus Cummliigs, W A Mi Kay
1 W Crlmwood, N. OmsKd, It W
riller, W. Ilerlowltz anil I. IlarcMt.iu
sen Mlto Tokonagn. n Kumolllllll hipun
ese, was arrestctl this forenoon ol
Berctanla street on the charge of
cruelty to animals Ho was tlilvlnt,
behind a heavy iurt a very diminutive
gray horse that could hardly struggle
along and that hail a had sore on the
right hand side.
Washington, Feb 11 Tlie Ameri
can Beet Sugai Association, by Its
president, Henry T Oxnartl has sub
mitted to the House CommlttcCion
Wnys and Means a petition urging that
a committee be sent to Cuba fur tho
pill pose of obtaining by actual Inquiry
on the gioiind find by examination of
tho accounts of the Cuban sugar fac
toilcs, the facts In regard to the Cuban
Btigar Industry Tho petition suggests
that the Investigations of the special
committee will be facilitated l( the
committee he authorized to Invite a
icpresentatlve of the American Beet
Sugai Association, of tho Cuban plan
tcis untl of the American Cane Grow
ers Association to accompany tho
committee to Culm untl to cross-examine
witnesses 'I he petition states that
while General Wood In his letter to
tho Senators and llepiesentativcs ask
ing concessions for Culm, says the cost
of producing sugar In the Island Is 2
rents a pound experts hive testified
that It Is from Pi to H, cents, anil
that the Cubans are now making a
tmall profit on their produtt
Priterson N J, Feb 9 A great (lie
hwept through Patterson today, anil
In its desolate wake are the embers
and ashes of property valued at $10,
000,000. It burned Kb way through
the business section of the city, and
claimed as Its own a majority of tho
finest structures devoted to commer
cial, civic, education and religious use,
as well as scores of houses There
was hut small tribute of life and Injury
to the conflagration, hut hundred-)
were left homeless and thousands
without employment. A relief move
ment for the cnie of those unsheltered
ami unprovided for has already been
organized, ami Mayor John Hindi
ellrfu said tonight that I'aterson would
bo able to care for her own without
appealing to the charity of other com
munities ami States The great manu
fnrtuilng plants of the place are safe
and tho community temporarily daz
ed by the calamity, has already com
menced the work of reorganization
Fino Jolt Punting at tho Bul
LEVI P. MORTON'S GIFT
New York, Feb It The munifi
cence of former Governor Lovl P Mor
ton's marriage settlement upon lili
daughter Helen, who rercntly married
Paul Louis Marie Areliamhaiilt Count
ele Tnlleyrand-Perlgord, was partly
made public today through a friendly
suit In the Supremo Court to reform
tho trust deeds.
The first of these made in 1SDU
transferred too shares of Morton Trust
Company stock in trust to that com
pany for his daughter who Is to havr
the Income for life and the right to
dispose of the principal on lit r death
Tho trust Is fieo fiom the control ot
By u second tiust deed the Miirton
building at llfi Nassau street Is con
veyed to the Morion Trust Cemipany
In trust for tho Countess, who h.to
have the, fnenrm for lite, with the re
version of the Incomo to the Count for
life or until ho married again, ttn
Countess to huve the right to dispose
of the principal. Tho action being
entirely friendly, the Count In answer
asked that Judgment be given ni favor
of his father-in-law, which was ac
The property covered by the trus
deeds Is worth about $1,000,000 .
Tlflls, Russian Trans-Caucasia. Feb.
15 Two bodies of victims of the
earthquake which destroyed the town
of Shamaka, hail been recovered up tti
last evening It nppears certain that
several hundred bodies aro burled In
tho fissures nnd debris caused by the
shocks The quakes rontiniio nt in
tervals and the work of excavating In
search of the victims proceeds with
difficulty Among the dead aro many
women, who, at the time of tho prin
cipal shock, were congregated In tho
various bath houses
LOWER DUTY FOR PILIPINOH
Washington, Feb. 11. Senator For
aker of Ohio has offered an amend
ment to tho Philippine hill providing.
that tho rato of duty on Philippine
products coming into tho United
States shall bo 2.1 per cent of tho
Dlngloy rates Tho eommlttco bill
provided for n 75 per cent rate.
DUFPLRIN 18 DEAD.
London, Feb IS The Marquis of
Dufferln former Governor General ot
Canada and ex-Viceroy of India, is
London. Feb IS Tho Government
hns decided to appoint a royal com
mission to Intiulro into tno question or
Vinegar eiuets may he e leaned In
putting crushed egg shells and a little
warm soapy water In them Shnke
well, then rlnso In elenr watei and
turn upside down to drain
SHOULD BE CONSIDERED WITH
The piiipnr fitting of ones foot Is a
incut Important matter nnd, apart from
the experience that thirty years has
given us HANAN S. SONS havo given
their whole attention to the building of
serviceable stylish and easy shoes
Look at their trt mentions success
nnd you will si e why we art. their
ng- nls ....
SH05 :: STORE
PACIFIC IMPORT COMPANY, Ltd.
ait a reflet Hon of the benti'v ilt.it win will find within the slor
This weel, thev ni radiant In th linnilsomt st of new goods all
plalnlv marked and at pint- that dery competition
Among the New Arrivals
will be found many unusually attractive goods Including
Fine Victoria Lawns
10 Inches wide
Per piece 75 cents
for ladles and gentlemen s shirt
tugs excellent pattern latest
novelties lu designs
12 1-2 cents per yard
l'nst colors over 10(1 patterns
fresh nntl new, at
6 14 cents per yard
Ladles' ribbed Jersey vests,
2 tor 25 cents
$1.40 per dozen
White Muslin Short Chemises
35 cents each or 3 for $1,00.
PACIFIC IMPORT COMPANY, "
Model Hlock, Port Htrcet.
CUHNTOIN J. HUTCHIIN.S,
. If ftltlN JV
FIRE V.J. "!f MARINE
McIISERIW BLOCK. PORT ST.
HONOLULU 6T0CK BXCIIANGD
Honolulu, February 24, Iqoi
NAME OF STOCK
C fltcwpr ft Company
IIS SuhiDfi CoL-1
I B Km fc Co , LU
Hawaiian Com ASuCo
Hawaiian Sueaf Co
Honotnu Sugar Co
Honckaa Sugar Co
Ha'lcu Sugar Co
Kanuku Plantation Co
KIVI Plant Co Iti
Klahulu Sugar Co . .
Koloa Sugar Co
O'hti Sugar Co .
OoVala Sugar Plan Co I
OlaaSu Co Ltl a I '
OlaaSu C. 1 I tj pjun J
Olowalu C .mpanv
Paauhau S11 ('Ian Co
I'acltK Sugar Vt,i
Pala t'lan'ati ,n Co
Pfrwkc , Suger Co
I'loncfr Will c 1
I'lonrrr Villi C Aw,
Walalua Agrt C
Walmanal (Sugar Co
Walme4 Mnl Co
VVIIJrr ShMnuhtt, r
Intrr-ttlanJ Steam N Cn
Hawaiian Llectrlc Co
Hon Harli T tc L Co
Mutual Tlrph nr Co
Oaho Kv Si I Co
I'eopl 1 lit St U T g Co
r cm National Hank
llrl AS Han& TCo
Hawaiian C,nv 1 rrr cnt
Hlla UVC11 n pr rnt
Hon Haroi Transit
Lwa I'lanlat n6tr cent
()ahu M1LI.., f l I
Oahu llantatlon trt
Otaa Plantation 6 p. c
vraiama tgricul ope
1 50 0001
asoooo. 100 I ot'j
1)0 000 10 ,
a 000 ono loo 90
150 tno too , ...
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Sales Mi Olaa assessable ' 51 21
Olaa asse ssable K 00
I'AVOIt NICARAGUA ROUTE.
Washington Vb t'. Prof Lottie
M llaupt of the Isthmian Canal Com
mission testified before the Senate
Committee etn Interoceanle Canals to
day 1 inn 1 rnltiB the engineering feat
ures cciiinc'ttfd with the eonBtruetlon
or a canal across the Isthmus of Pan
ama He unit! that, while the proposed
ranamn canal Is miieli shorter than
the Nicaragua the total distance to lit
toveretl by vessels in making the voy
nge sav from New York to San Fran
etsio would In murli greater bv the
forme r than hv the Intter rotiti- ll
also said that lit nppri-bt ndi-d ninth
limit ulty In constructing tin big dam
at Ilohlo on the Panama line Another
point made by him as favoraMi to Urn
Nicaragua route was that the haibors
at tin two ends of that unite utile) bo
much mure econoinleallv maintained
thiill could those at the ends of tho
WILLARD E. DHOWN.
W. A. LOVK. ,
FRANK HALSTEAD. t
Halstead & Co:;
ON SUGAR SECURITIES,
92 1 Fort Street.
Stock and Pond Exchange.
STOCK AND BOND BROKER,
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE.
Orders for tho purchase or tale, ot
stocks nnd bonds carefuly and prompt
ly executed. Loans negotiated
Office Room 401, 4th floor, 8tangen
wald Bldg. Pottoffice box 390: Tele
phone Main 331.
J. H. FISHER
Stock and Bond Broke, s.
FIRE ASSOCIATION, of Phllsdalphll.
WE8TERN A88URANCE CO, of T
Offices Stangenwald Bldg, Mo
Tho Christian missionaries In Japan
Is spent In bed nnd why not
have tnal third comfortable?
Iron bedsteads aro cool, that
means a good deal towards com
fort and for this climate are
the only onos to use.
Our stock Just now Is tho larg
est over carried by any one
house on the Islands, nnd the
assortment Is complete
White Enamel Iron Beds
either plain or with brass trim
mings, and many colored ones In
Prices from $4.50 upward.
1 E. W. Jordan's