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KVENINQ BULLETIN. HONOLULU. U. T., TUESDAY, FED. 23, 1002.
WALL, NICHOLS GO,,
Two Stores In One.
J. HOPP & COMPANY
Lending Furutture Dcnlcrn.
CORNER KING AND BETHEL STS.
Tho laBt boat brought us a consign
ment of onions from New Zeatand. At
this tlmo of year these, onions are bard
and firm, whllo California onions aro
sprouting. If you aro fond of this veg
etable, they will prove n- treat. Wo
NEW ZEALAND CHEESE
both In Uiib and open, and wo recelvtd
with tne same goods
put up in tins llko salmon.
H. MAY & GO.
THE LEADING GROCERS.
Telephones 22, 24, 92
Our Customers Like Our
Curry Powder !
They arc satisfied that the
-Ingredients used In its
manufacture arc the finest
obtainable and that you
will think so tou when you
LEWIS & GO.
:. leading grocers. .:
1060 fort street.
240 Three Telephones 240.
Accuracy In correcting tho defect.
Accuracy In selecting tho proper
Accuracy In athleo glen.
Accuracy In what wo promise nnd
There lu no plate whero accuracy
and skill aro moro at premium than
with the Optician. Wo mako a search
ing examination and exercise tho most
painstaking euro In the adjustment
of oveiy pair of glasses to sell.
A. N. SANFORD
Boston Building. Fort Street.
Over May A. Co.
I EVES 5g j
Tlio successful merchant
recognizes the Importance
of business system. This
Illustration bIiows tho sim
ple process of building a
stack of sections with
EXPANSION : SYSTEM.
Many labor saving devices
In this system which we will
bo pleased to show and ex
plain to you whether you In
tend to buy or not. Remem
ber, we will be pleased to
A beautiful assort
ment now on hand In
With such a fin
stock to choose from
It will be easy to
make a selection
A Few of the Latest Dooks:
"Llfo of Robert Louis Stevenson," 2
vols., by Balfour.
"American Traits," by Umstcrberg.
"Labor: A Novel," by Zola.
"Ilawthorno and Lavender," by W. K.
"Tho Baby: Ills Care and Training,"
a book for mothers.
Tho Debatable Land," by Arthur
"Tho Velvet Glove," by Merriman.
"Tho Portion of Labor," by Mary E
"Tho Making of Jane," by S. D. Elliott.
"Tho Century Book for Mothers."
Elegant Stationery In the New Shapes
and Tints for Polite Correspond-
ence Always at
Golden Rule Bazaar
160 Hotel Street.
No More Dread
of the Dental Chair
TEETH EXTRACTED AND FILLED
ABSOLUTELY WITHOUT PAIN bj
our late scientific method applied to thi
gums. No sleep-producing agents oi
These are the only dental parlors li
Honolulu having PATENTED APPLI
ANCES and Ingredients to extract. 111
and apply gold crowns and porcelali
crowns undectecable ftom natural teetl
and warranted for tin years, WITH
OUT THE LEAST PAIN. All worl
dene by GRADUATED DENTISTS o
from 12 to 20 years' experience, an
each department In charge of a Special
1st. Olvo us a call, and you will flm
us to do exactly as we advertise, Wi
will tell you In advance exactly wha
your work will cost ay a FREE EX
Set Teeth S5.0
Gold Crowns $5.01
Gold Fillings 6I.OC
Silver Plllinfis SO.
Our namA alarm will r u miarAnt
that your work will be of tho beat.
New York Denial Parlors,
Room 4, Elite Building, Hotel Strew
LADIES IN ATTENDANCE
Hours, 8 n. m. to C p. c
Sundays. 9 a. m. to 12 m.
A manly sport for Manly Men
Strictly flrst-class In every respect.
AN HOUR IN THE MORNING
THE SAME HOUR EVERY MORNING
or afternoon, given to dictation, will
keep your correspondence "cleaned
up." Try It a month.
J. D. AVERY, Business Correspondent
Reaularltyl Certainty Desoatchl
I Tel. Main 76. 95:45. Elite Bldg
WfMiifii iiVX imbwM
Cunning, the magaclan and mind
reader, gave an Interesting and entire
ly satisfactory demonstration of his
great mind reading powers before a
large and curious crowd on King street
People began to nrrle as early ni
3 o'clock to witness the experiment
and l) the time of the arrhal of Cun
ning, the street wns all but blockaded.
Tho magician announced from his
carriage the nature of the test and that
It was given free to advertise his per
formance nt the Opera House tonight.
He then Invited the spectators to select
.1 committee of six citizens from the
crowd. The Judges chosen were John
Wise, W. II Dodds, H. Melth and W.
K England who received Instructions
from Cunning relative to the necessity
of concentrating their thoughts on tho
course and the place of concealment or
the article they were to hide. They
then drove off In quest of a sultablo
hiding place, while Cunning was blind
folded and conducted Into Willi, Nich
ols Co.'s store In charge of Chas Wil
son nnd T. Lcvlngston.
After driving over a zig-zag course
taking a route from King to Bethel
street, thence to Merchant, to Nuunnu.
to King, to Smith, to Hotel, to l'ort
ond down Kort to King street again,
the committee stopped, first selecting
the new Hall building as a place ot
concealment, but abandoning the Idea
for the Hobron Drug Co. Here thej
hid tho object, which was a large
pocket knife, In the cash register and
returned In the carriage to the start
On tho committee's return, Cunning,
still blindfolded, took his place, stand
ing, In the rear of the surry and calling
on the men to concentrate their
thoughts on the course, drove straight
through the crowd, deftly avoiding tho
numerous carriages and galloped the
horses exactly over the same course as
that previously)- taken by the commit
tee At tho corner of King nnd Tort
streets, he halted abruptly and spring
ing from tho carriage dragged tho
committee over their former route,
until he arrived at the Hobron Drug
Co. wheio ho soon found the knife
In so, successfully cnrrylng out his
promise, Cunning has gained the con
fidence of tho public nnd proved him
self to be a mind render of tho first
Tho committee wcro all enthusiastic
In his praise, each Individual member
professing nbsalute faith In tho test
and said that there was positively no
room for any communication.
To night Cunning will give ills regu
lar performance at the Hawaiian
Opera House and promises the best of
tho kind ever given In this city His
digital work Is pronounced by those
who saw it Saturday night to be su
perior to that of the best palmists and
bis blltlntd ball trick Is of the highest
The Elks are preparing for a pil
grimage to IIIIo to Instal there a lodge
of their order. The present arrange
ments arc that thev will start from
Honolulu In the Klnau nt March 11th,
remaining in IIIIo until tho return of
that steamer to port Some tlmo dur
ing the iutci Im, the lodge will be In
stalled Bpeclal arrangements are being
made for the tilp It Is uudei stood
that a targe number of Elks of tlin
city will get awn) fiom business for
a week and will make the trip to IIIIo.
Excursion rules will bo given those
who go and other satisfactory arrange
ments will bo made.
It Is understood that there Is al
ready being prepared In IIIIo n special
brew of Elks' milk which will be In
fine condition iion the arrival of the
Elks In the Crescent City It Is also
understood that there are several men
now on Molokai chasing a buck deer
which, In the absence of nn elk. will
tako n consphuoiis part In the Insula
tion of tho new lodge.
l)r C II Cooper, tho Exalted Ruler,
will, of tourse, be the principal figure
In tho trip of tho Elks to IIIIo
FEU TlOli 1 llll!
A (oupli of dnys ago the cabin boy
uf the ship Emily F Whitney, which
is nt present lying here, met with an
lctltltut vvhlih might ouslly hnvo In
lured seriously or even killed him.
The hoy was lu tlin bamt of sleeping
In the 'twieu decks to avoid tho mo3
lultiH'H, nnil on the night of the ntcl
dent desi ended ns usual down tho
ladder leading to the 'tween ducks
At the bottom of tho ladder Is a
aanii, and tho boy thinking that It
was covered as usuiil, stepped back
light Into the hatch, which bad been
left uncovered thiough somo neglect,
lie fill down backwards, dropping
twenty feet Luckily, ho struck tho
lower deck beam, which broke tho
foice of his fall Tho boy wns stunned
and received somo severe lie nines, but
almost miraculously escaped serious
Injury. No one on board had seen or
heard tho boy fall, so when ho recov
ered consciousness ho managed to
crawl up through tho fore hatch him
self Ho was taken to the hospital to
have his bruises attended to.
ALGliROHA TORN CAR.
The driver fui II A Uvubuig had
mi unpleasant experience while driv
ing near tint Isenburg resldeuto jej
(unlay alteration It Was nt'cess iry
tor him to puss u large algeruba treo
on the side that had a number of
brum lies extending out Into tho stieet
Ah he did this, one of the lurgm
brunt his caught him lu the cur and
Inlllttt'd a ver bad wound The ililv
it found It necessary to call on a phy
iilcinn so palnlul was the Injuiy It Is
a well known fact that tho thoins ot
die ulgcrolia aru uulto poisonous, and
this fact was undoubtedly tho came
of so much pain.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
The Bulletin's special Industrial edi
tion can be obtained at this office or
the newsstands. Price 25 cents.
(J H. Ilerrey's office, 8 Campbell hid.
Mlsi h) Richardson hns returned
The steamer Maul is on tho marino
railway being overhauled.
A position Is wnntcd by traveling
salesman See Want column.
On Friday nt noon, there will he a
song servhe In the Y. W. C. A. rooms.
A notice to creditors of the estntc
of Robert It Hind appears under New
T. Cllve Davles and Geo. P. Davles
were passengers for IIIIo In the Klnau
Dr. M. li. Grossman's office will bo
closed until March 20th. Seo notice
under Now Today,
Tho stock books of tho Oahu Rail
way and Land Company aro closed to
transfers until the 28th Inst.
Judge Knklnn. the venerable na
live magistrate of tho District of Ha
nalcl Knuul, Is in the city on a short
Captain Freeman did not tnke tin
Klnau to IIIIo today He will stay In
town this trip. Captain Clark tool,
Irishmen will be Interested In the
imctlng at the drill shed tonight ftu
the purpose of celebrating St I'.it
Bourbon Whiskey, C vcars old. fZ 50;
Claret, DO cents; Sherry nnd Tokny, 7i
cents a gallon at Hoffschlaegcr Co 's
The machinery for tho Pearl Har
bor dredger which lias been under
going repairs at the Iron works, will
be taken down to Pearl Harbor this
Miss J. Hnrtwell. Mrs. W. .1. Low-
rle, N. Omsted, II A. Wldcmann and
Dr. C. A. Peterson aro booked ' to
Icavo for Maul ports in the Claudlno
The six natives arrested for fishing
with giant powder In Kakaako all
pleaded not guilty In tho Police Court
todny. Their cases will be taken up
today or tomorrow.
Tho police here aro looking for III
rata Shlkozo, a Japanese of IIIIo who
Is charged with obtaining In tho
neighborhood of $tntl under false pr
(elites. It Is supposed that he has
come to Honolulu
The annual meeting of the Oali.i
Railway nnd Land Company will bo
held In Assembly Hall, over Castle &
Cooke'B ofTke, on 1'ilday next, at 1 Ij
)). m Amendments to charter and b)
laws will be considered.
The caso of J W. Hall came up
ngaln In the Police Court this morn
ing. It wns stated by the prosecu
tion that the Grand Jury Intended
handing In its,rcport on the case nt 1(1
o'clock. At 2 p m no report line jet
been handed In.
A shark fishing party to Barber's
Point is bc,lng planned b) a number
of well known local sportsmen. One
of the launches In the harbor will be
used and the )Oiing men are tr)lng to
get the owners to say. "No shark, no
Geo. W. It. King of the Audit ofllce
and his wlfo will leave for the Coast
In the Alameda, to remain away until
the latter part of April. Their somo
tlmo contemplated trip hns been has
tened h) news In last mall of the death
of Mrs King's mother.
As the stenmer Klnau left tho
whurf this noon, her forwurd hawser
which bait not been cast loose, slid
denly snapped near tho vessels side
ami the rope spun with ninth velocity
down tho wharf, sending the hyxtand
is scampering out of the wn No
one wns bit.
Among the departures for illlo and
way ports In the Klnau twin) wore.
II O Iliinford, A G Corren Mr.
nnd Mrs Geo K lllchurdstiii, Rev W.
II Rlee, 1hos Cumnilngs W A linr
dy. John Hind, A V. Peters. C 13
Guest, Dr J. II Raymond. V C
Peacock and J G. Rothwell
IN FIT TO FINISH
Kallko and Hao nro two native wo
men who nrc rivals for the affections
of a mnn. Tho troublo between tho
two hns been going on for somo tlmo
nnd Inst night It en mo to a head In
the shnpo ot a free fight In which
both contestants were badly battered
and lino had to be removed to tlin
rollro station In tho patrol wagon so
bad were her Injuries The two np
pearcd in the Police Couit this fore
noon nnd, pleading guilty to tho charge
of affray, wcro fined $.' and costs each.
Judgo Wilcox, In attempting to find
a cause for tho fight between two wo
men snld there wero In Honolulu two
main causes for fights of the kind Ona
wns Jealousy about n man nnd thn
other was cho fa. From the looks of
things ha Judged that tho former
must llnvo been tho cause of the un
pleasantness. Both the women ans
wered that tho Judge was correct In
Hao nearly had her o)o gouged out,
tho lower lid being badly torn The
other woman looked ns If someone had
taken n pair of blucksmlth's tongs anil
tweaked her noso with them.
THE FOURTH DISTRICT
Yesteidny Chairman lloil of the
rourlh District commlttie of the Re
publican party recelvtd ti roimminUn
tlon from the chnlimnn of tin leu I
torlal committee illreetlng the District
rommlfteo to get togrthei and nomi
nate a mnn to 1)11 the vat am v In the
House of RepiesentntlMs taimd h
the death of A I' Olinilan
Pursuant to this ordti Clinlimnn
riO)d today Instructed tho secrttni) to
call a meeting of the l'otuth Dlktilit
committee In tho Republic .in head-
l quarters for Thursday afternoon at
j 3:30 o'clock.
CHE TO IT
are a reflection of the benutv that sou will find within the store
This week they aro radiant In the handsomest of new goods all
plnlnl) marked and at prlres that del) 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
ings. excellent pattern, latest
novelties in designs.
12 1-2 cents per yard
35 cents each
CLINTON J. HUTCHINS,
b"Hlt"IN (I L ji?
li II 00 fit
McINERNY BL.OCIC. PORT ST.
Is spent In lied and why not
hnvo tnat third comfortable?
Iron bedsteads aro tool, that
means n good deal towartls com
fort and for this climate nro
tho only ones to tiso
Our stock Just now Is tho larg
est vwi tnrrled by any ono
house on the Islands, and the
nshiirtmt nt lb totnpleto
White Enamel Iron Beds
iltliiT pin i ii ot with brass trim
mliiKs and m.tn tolored ones in
I'rlii'H 1 1 urn $4.50 upward.
SHOULD BE CONSIDERED WITH
Tho proper fitting of one's foot Is a
mot Important matter, and, apart from
the experience that thirty yearsMias
given us, HAN AN & SONS have given
their whole attention to tho building of
serviceable, stylish and easy shoes
Look at their tremendous success
nnd otl will see why we are their
SHOE :: STORE
Fast colors over 100 patterns
fresh nnd new at
6 14 cents per yard
Iaidles' ribbed Jersey vests;
2 for 25 cents
$1.40 per dozen
or 3 for $1,00,
I E. W.
J. H. FISHER
Stock and Bond Brokers.
FIRE ASSOCIATION, of Philadelphia
WESTERN A88URANCE CO, of T
HONOLULU 8TOCK UXCIIANG0
Honcluli ( I ebruary 25, 1002
NAME OF STOCK Jifiup ? Bl A,k,
C. Brwr A Crtmrint t ooo.cy too im
H S SacfiiD Ci Co LM 60,000 100 i
L.B. Ktrr & Co,, LtJ too.ooo jc , .,
Bwt Plantation Co . 19000,000 "4
HawallinAgrlculturalCo 1.000,000 too . . tr
Hawaiian Com At Su Co 1,111,750 too....
Hawaiian Sufar Co 1000.000 t?
Honomu Sueir Co ?jo(ooo too nj
Honokaa Sugar Co 1 000,000
Haiku Sugar Co $00000 100 ... tto
Kahuku Plantation Co jao, 10 1 4
Kthtl Plant Co LtJ, 1050.010 $0 uS ti)i
Kipahutu Sugar Co . j 160,000' toe . . im
Koloa Sugar Co I joc,ouol toe ... it
MeBrvdtSuCo Li 1 100,000 1 to 0
0hu Sugar Co, ,6oo.oooj too o ...
(,notna Sugar Co 1,000,000 o j n
Ookala Sugar Plan Co 500 oco to .
Olaa Su Co. LtJ , at) Wj.ooo to 5M it
OtaaSuCn LtJ piup ( 1 300,0c to iH
Olowald Corrrany 150000 loo 155
Paauhau Su Plan C j 5000,000 50 mW . ..
Pacific Sugar Milt 500000 too tis
Pala Plantation C 750.000 too io?
Pefwkeo 5ugr Co 153,000 too. its
Plonwr Mill Co 1150,000 too 6ji 1
Pionrtr Milt Ci A 500000 too t
Walalua Agn Co 4,500,000 100 51 t
WaitukuSugarCn roo.ooc too .... mH
Waimjnalouar Co 151,000 too 160
Walmt4 Mul Co 115,000 too
WllJff Steamship Co I00 ., lt0
nttr-UlanJ Stm uN Co Joooootoo. . m
Kfi'lffiArift. bs!S:.:: d
oWWe00 .as "
p.ori. i & k 1 z co ; z : :::. ....!
ritvl Nallnnal llanV
Hut A S Uan K T Co
Hawaiian (ijv i ftr crnt
tlilo R H Co I rrf tnt .at
Hon Har-IJ Trantft ia
twa I'lantat n 6 rrr cent t . .
Oahu k h L C o prr r t.,. ..
Oahu I'lantatlon ft p c
Olaa Plantation 6 p. c
Walalua Acncul ope
VI)lk tin Murray funt'ral nroco-
Klon ttim on Ita wn to tlio cemetery
lu Kimnuii jobtcrilny afternoon, it
aa met b n BntiK of prisoners march-
liif Imcit to Ualitt Jail The ulilto 1'ina
In charKC asKcJ one of the ImrKs to
tlrop tail. In order to allow him anil
tin prinonerH to set throtiRh. Tlili
a ilonv ami the luna crossed tlirjtiKh
Ilelilnd hi in wns n natln lima nnd
when he saw what his superior officer
had done he halted on tho other slilo
and tominaniled the prisoners to do
likewise Thus It was that the whlto
luna was separated from lilu chargei
until the procession had passed liy 1 1
did not attempt to cross hack attain.
Another gamo of tho-Y. M.-C. A.
handball tournament has been plaed,
the match being between U. S. Muck
ley and K M Gilt. Mucklcy won both
pnnioH, the scores being 21-18, 11-15.
WlLLAItD E. DROWN.
W. A. LOVE.
FltANK HALSTEAD. '
Halstead & Co;;
ON SUGAR SECURITIES.
921 Fort Street.
Stock and Bond Exchange.
STOCK AND BOND BROKER.
HONOLULU 8TOCK EXCHANGE.
Orders for tho purchase or salo ot
stocks nnd bonds carefuly and prompt
ly executed. LoanB negotiated
Office Room 401, 4th floor, Stangen
wald Bldg. Postoffice box 390; Tele
phone Main 331.
! GLOVES !
..i.. Black and