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KVENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, H. T., WEDNESDAY, FKD. 26, 1902.
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of business system. This
Illustration shows tho tlm
plo process of building a
stack of sections with
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tend to buy or not. Remem
ber, wo will bo pleased to
A beautiful assort
ment now on hand In
With such a. fine
stock to choose from
It will be easy to
innUe a selection
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Lending Furulturc Dealers.
CORNER KING AND DETHEL STS,
BIO MISS MEETING IN
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Dut those desiring the health
foods, as handled by the Ilono
lulu Sanitarium, can obtain them
at our store. Our stock in com
plete in this lino and wo note
tho following Sanitarium Foods
I ovv on hand:
WHOLE WHEAT 8TICKS
WHOLE WHEAT WAFERS
H. MAY & GO.
NEW BOOKS !
NEW BOOK LIST :
'Tho Rights of Man," by Dr. I.ymnn
ablcs for tho Talr," by Josephine
"Sir Hlchaid Colmady," by Maleli.
'Stephen Callnarl," by Julian Sturgl
"French Resolution nnl Religions"
(Reform), by Sloane.
"Schley nnd Santiago," by Graham
'Forna Gordjteff." by .Maxim Gorky
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They nrcButlsllcd that the
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:. LEADING GR0CEJ18. .:
1060 FORT STREET.
240 Three Telephones 240.
'niese arc only mrn of the new
booM, but we have seventy times
scen Jiint as good and as Intercstlnc
J. M. WEBB,
Bookseller and Stationer.
No More Dread
OFTHE nentttl Chair
TEETH EXTRACTED AND KILLED
ABSOLUTELY WITHOUT PAIN b)
our late scientific method applied to the
gums. No sleep-producing agents ot
These are the only dental parlors a
Honolulu having PATENTED APPLI
ANCES and Ingredients to extract, fill
and apply gold crowns and porcelain
crowns undectecable fiom natural teeth
and warranted for tin years, WITH
OUT THE LEAST PAIN. All work
dene by ORADUATED 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 advanio exactly what
your work will cost oy a FREE EX
Set Teeth 65 O0
Gold Crowns 80.00
Gold Pllllnft. $1.00
Silver Flllinge. BUc
Banquet Decided On Executive Com
mittee AppointedGreat En
thusiasm Shown at
There was a veri large attendanco
at the meeting of the Irishmen In the
drill biic.i1 last night ror the purpose ot
mnklng arrangements for the celebra
tion of St Patrick's day, which falls
on the 17th of i.ext month Col Mc
Carthy pi cabled nt the meeting and
many ot the prominent men of tho
city who claim Illsh descent were
thero to take part In the discussions.
Col McCarthy was made permanent
chairman later on nnd Mr Mrflonnglq
wnB chosen secretni
There were two propositions on
hand. One wob the Kiting or a ban
quet on the night of the da that all
Ireland cclcbintrs and the other was
to gle a grand ball tin- proceeds to
go toward the establishment of a fund
for the Indigent Irishmen of the Ter
rltory Tho former proposition was
adopted and an executive committee
of nine was appointed l tfie chair.
It was at S ocloc k that the cnaliman
railed the meeting to older He ex
plained the purposes for which tho
gathering had been called. The Illsh
colony here had increased greatl dur
ing the past few yeasr and the time
hnd arrived when Ireland's patron
saint should be lauded in a fitting mnu
Mtorney S F Chllllngwottli spoko
In favor of the organization of an
Irish society as nn outcome of the pro
posed celebration of St. Patrick s day.
He was In faor of a ball rather than
n banquet as thero would be proceeds
from this which could be used as a
nest egg to start tho fund he had
spoken of The organization would
hnvo no politics as a body except
Irish politics, which meant that all
Irishmen should keep together.
Thomas G. Dillon spoke In favor of
a bancpiet He put this In the form
of a motion, which rnrrled unanimous
ly. Tho chair then named the follow
ing executive committee Col. C. J.
McCnrthj, Charles McGonagle I. II.
Dec, C F. Chillliigwortli Gu Living
stone V F I mine Thomas G Dil
lon, J A Hughes nnd James C
A question as to the people eligible
to sit about the banquet board was
asked and Col. McCnrth answered
that all born In Ireland or of Irish
descendants of the Irish, people with
Irish sympathies, nnd men who had
married Irish women nntiiinllzcd
Irishmen could laud St Patrick's
memor together at the banquet
After the big meeting there was n
gathering together of the cxeeutlvn
committee nnd a nub committee con
slating of the following was chosen to
make arrangements for the banquet
C. F Chllllngworth. T G Dillon and
Guy Livingstone. Tho central com
mlttec nlso Mention that all Irishmen
and Irish sympathizers who wish to
nttend the banquet, will give their
names to Secretary MrGoungle at
Ilcnson i Smith's Btore before next
Among those present nt tho meeting
were Thomas G Dillon, Father O'Neil
Father Valentine. L II Dee James
C Qulnn S F Cnllliugwoith C F
Chllllngworth. T O Carroll. Guy Liv
ingstone J A 11) inn Crook II Rno
ney It I)al. T Morrlsse. M Scul
ly I J Hiigh.-H J A Hugh.". O.
Hughes, Conwny G Knvanaiigh. L
D Tlmmons P lclncin J J Car
roll. A Moore, Jack Lucas J J Mc
Donald J II Gorman T McTlghe
McCrtndv T Keden M Tooney R
McGownn V M Cuuninglinm, Shnne
A E Miiruhv T Mhuiihv Duka
McNIchols (1 II Hughes
LOCAL AND GENERAL
The Bulletin's special Industrial edi
tion can be obtained at this office or
the news stands. Price 25 cents.
New York Feb 15 Sugar Raw
stead) fair refining, 3'4c, centrifugal
00 test 3Bc mohsses sugar. 2'fce Re
fined stendj, No C, 1.20c; No 7, 4 10c
No 8 3'JOe. No 9, 3 8'c, No. 10 3 SOc
No 11. 3 75c, No 12. 3 80c; No 11,
3 7V No II, 3 8"c. standard A. HSc,
coiifectloneis' A. 4 ."He, mold A, S 10c;
rut loaf 25i . crushed, ".25c, powder
ed, I S5c, granulated, 4.75c; cubes, 5c
Furniture for salo cheap See For
C K. Hull of Kauai arrived In town
The Hoard of Health wilt meet this
afternoon nt 3 o'clock.
There will be a meeting of the Fran
cis Murphy Club tonight. Sco New To
The Golden Kulo Uazanr Is advertis
ing an Interesting list of new books In
A notice to the creditors of the es-
tnte of La u Sun Meo appears under
A suite of rooms over the Washing
ton Mercantile Co Is offered for rent
Sec To Let column.
Ihe attention of intending steerage
passengers per S 8 Alnmcd.i Is called
to a notice on page 7.
Captain tltrger has arranged n fine
program for the band conceit at the
Moana hotel this evening.
The annual meeting of the stock
holders of the Pioneer Mill Co Is call
ed for tho 2Slh Sco New Todav
Prof A. Koebele. it Is now nettled,
will leave on his tour to Mexico and
South Ameilra In the steamer Clt ul
Peking on March 12.
llourbon Whiskey, G years old, (3 SO;
Claret, 50 cents; Sherry and Tokay, 73
cents a gallon at 'HofTschlacgcr Co.'s,
T C Mcdiilre has appealed from
Judgment against him. nt the suit of
tho Hawaiian Cairlago Company, by
District Magistrate Ljlo A Dickey for
The action of the Merc bants' Asso
ciation nnd its Influence on the satii
t.ir situation In Honolulu will h
dealt with by l)r Sioggett nt this af
ternoon's Hoard of Health inVctlug
""iliislness men who trusted .1 W.
Lake and supplied material foi the
Kallhl picnic of last Saturdnv no
beginning to l.i in complaints nt the
police station Among the items In a
lumber bill for $100. "
Purser Hapal of the Keiuhou re
ports tho following sugar left at Kn
iml ports ready for shipment K. H
M 200; V K 500; V , Mak . 17.
too, 0. & It. 1J0. Mcll. 15OH0. K
P.. 7000, II. M, ti3UU. S I' ."Tool; oud
iv 8 C, 7000, making a total of 02,
(o I bags.
An election has been ordered In Co
II. N G 11 , for next Tuesday evening
to elect n captain lu place of T II
Murray, deceased. Captain nnd Ad
jutant John Schnefcr wilt piesldc
First Lieutenant James A Thompson
has the claim by promotion to the po
Captain J. I. Dovcy of Seattle gavo
a dinner In tho private dining room at
tho Moana hotel last evening. The
table was decorated In ennop) style,
red carnations being the flowers used
There was a special menu prepaied
for the dinner and all hnndj had 4 Una
time Tho captain's guests were C'etll
Ilronu W G Cooper, Andrew Uruwu
Accuracy In correcting tho defect.
Accuracy In selecting tho proper
Accuracy In advlco given
Accuracy lu what wo piomise and
Thero Is no place where accuracy
and skill aro moio at picmlum than
with the Optician We mnko a search
ing examination ami oxerclso tho most
painstaking caro in tho adjustment
of ovory pair of glasses wo bell.
IHfi'XS iw "fv i iff
Our name nloutj will te a guarante.
that your work will bo of tho best.
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Room 4, Elito Building, Hotel Street
LADIES IN ATTENDANCE
I lours, 8 a. m. to G p. n.
Sundays, 9 a m. to 12 m.
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Over May & Co.
manly sport for Manly Mca.
Strictly first-class In every respect.
AN HOUR IN THE MORNING
THE 8AME HOUR EVERY MORNINQ
or aftemoon, given to dictation, will
keep your correspondence "cleaned
up." Try It n month.
J. D. AYERY, Business Correspondent
Regularity! Certainty Despatch I
Tel. Main 70. 95:45. Elite Bldg,
Cunning, the magician, proved him
self to be nn artist of the highest order
In n performance nt tho Hawaii in
Opera limine hist night nflil his audi
ence was very llbeiul and enthus'us
tie In Its applause.
Cunning's own great digital nnd
pnlmlug wns augmented b) the mni
vcIouh performance of Wnrren, the
joiing Mormon Wizard nnd the mcntcii
telcpathj of Madam Alone
The entertainment was oncned by a
production of four solid billiard balls
lu a mvBterlous manner by Cuniiiiu,
and wns followed bj coin nnd cord
manipulation of tho highest order.
The audience was much amused when
the mngiclnn took from W. W. Halls
lint a suit of doll's underg.irment-c
sovei.il fruit cans and a quantity ol
laiei, etc On reluming tuo luu 10
Mi Hull a largo rabbit wus found
One of tho gi cutest tricks perfoimcd
was when n hid) nbfcbUuut xc-.itci! on .1
swing nnd raised about six feet from
the stngo dlsappeaicd when Cunning
Hied nt her with a revolver and almost
Iniiucdiutd) reappeared lu a trunk
near the front of the stage
In the spiritual bcanrc, Wan en was
placed In n curtained cabinet and a
committee consisting of Frank Dave),
and Otto Hermit enclosed n rope In a
bag nnd secured the opening with
string and sealing wax, no that they
would recognize the knot again. Cun
ning tossed this within the cabinet
and it was Instuntlv thrown back
empty tho committee identifying It as
tbe same bag and the knot being In
tnet. On drawing buck the curtain,
Wniren was found bound seeurelj to
the clnlr. nnd while so bound gave a
most Interesting unci unusual enter
tainment, concluding It b freeing
himself In an lnciediiloiisl short time
f hi in the two palis of linndculfj be
longing to local police oniceis who
fastened them on.
Tonight Cunning will perform nt
the Oiphoum His performance Is de
ceiving of most libeial pationnge
Send the weekly edition of the Bui
flHUS INTO STREET
Dill Splcer a stone mason lu the eit
ploy of tho Lucas IJros , was arrested
shortly after 10 o'clock lant night bj
Deputy Sheriff Chllllngworth nnd ho li
now at the police station awaiting In
cstlgntlon by the police uuthorltlcp.
An attempt tins been mado to ball tho
man out but tho police hnvo not et
given their consent to tills,
It wns at about 10 o'clock last nigh'
thnt Splcer went Into the Club Stn
bleg und without nsklng permission,
went to tho telephone and rang up the
police stntlon nsklng tho clerk to send
an oinccr to tho placo nt once When
asked what tho trouble wns, Splrcr
answered "That Is none of our
d d business" Tho telephono vva
hung up by tho police station clerk
and later on when Deput) Sheriff
Chllllngworth uppeaicd, ho wns made
ac-ciuulntut with the facts He Imme
diately went up to the Club Stables
and found thnt Splcer had left Ho
hud been In Mime tumble nt tho Or
pheuin siloon and vv anted ,an officer to
irrcHt Ilackmnn licckfnun on the
ehurgo ot drunkenness .
Deputi Sheriff Chllllngworth went
on up to tho Orpheum and had been In
front for n very short time when he
saw u man Btlck his head from tho
window of n room on tho scrnnd storv
of tho Star block and lira llvo tlmej
Into the street He rushed up and
found Bplcer In tho room Tho fellow
had no time to show fight foi tho arms
ot tho deputy sheriff went around him
very quickly. He wns mont Insolent
nnd refused to give nn Information
vvhntover. Asked about tho firing ol
tho shots Into tho street, ho icplUd
that ho was shooting at a cat that 1 ail
given him somu trouble He refun- d to
glvo his nnmo but later on It was ob
tained. It was lonrned liv the police Ihat
Splcer and I'.eikninn had had ticmlilu
'n I ho Orpheum saloon c.lrlv In the
ovonlug nnd thai tho founoi, nourish
us a rovolvor, hud tlm atoned lo shout
'tecuman Kerry wan In the nabxin at
tho time and ho giabbc-d tho revolvir,
inking it away fiom Splcer I-atei on,
ho givo It hack to him. When tne
Deputy Sheriff c utcied the room the
i-l nvv was reloading Ills revolve r l no '
police uro of tho opinion that Splcer
was not shooting at n cat but at a
niiiuuii argot. It is a gloat wondei
' i-nn v is hit hi tho bullets lioin j
Snlcer'B rovolvor. for the shots were,
SHOULD BE CONSIDERED WITH
The proper fitting of one's foot Is a
most Important matter, and, apart from
the cxperienco that thirty years has
given us, HANAN & SONS hnvo given
their whole attention to the building ot
serviceable, stjllsh nnd easy shoes....
Look nt their tremendous bucccss
nnd ou wilt see why wo arc their
SHOB :: STORE
PACIFIC IMPORT COMPANY, Ltd.
are a leflertlon or the beauty lli.it ou will find within th- store
ThlH week tlie nie radiant In the hnndsomest of new goods nil
plalnl marl -it and at prbs thnt defy competition
Among the New Arrivals
wilt be found many unusually attractive goods Including
Fine Victoria Lawns
10 Indus wide
Per piece 75 cents
for Indies and gentlemen s shirt
Ings, excellent pattern, latest
novelties In designs
12 1-2 cents per yard
Fast colors over 100 patterns
freBh nnd new nt
6 14 cents per yard
Ladles' ribbed Jersey vests,
2 for 25 cents
SI. 40 per dozen
White Muslin Short Chemises
35 cents each or 3 tor $1,00.
inn ii i mi 'i mnrrrn iiniiisirsTiriTrinTiTTTiiriBnrT-
PACIFIC IMPORT COMPANY, ..
Model lHock, Fort Street.
CLINTON J. HUTC.-IIN.S,
' ni- ax
XT .Y Vx
&,J&tai 'V1-' """"vjr
C'.(jwi'. (J ,H Jf
J. H. FISHER
Stock and Bond Brokers.
FIRE ASSOCIATION, of PhlladelphU,
WE8TERN A88URANCE CO, cf Tt
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE
HonUuh-, February 20, 1901
NAME OF STOCK Jjfj "J p BUI Art.!
C, Br. wet Ac Company ..onocc
N S SacMDCi Co.tM 6o,w loo ti'-t
L.U. Kerr (k Co., Ltd tooooe V . ..
Pwi Pl.rl.llon Co .. j 000 cm ' ..
HawillAnAtrtcutturalCo . .000.000 100
Hawal'anCom &Su Co Ml.,y tool .. .a
Hawaiian Sugar Co 1 000.000 to at
Honomu Sugar Co so,ooo .00 . its
Honokaa Sugar Co tooo.ooo o it
Haiku Sugar Co 500,000 101 . . ;3
K.huku Plantation Co 1 jocooo ti 1. t4
Klhtl Plant Co, 111, . o;o,eoo jo 11 11S
Kltabutu Sugar Co . . 160,000 too . too
Koloa Sugar Co y,ooo too
McnrvdaSuCo ,L1 1 oo,c to 9
O.lu Sugar Co, ,.600,000! too ....1
O-ion.a SugirCo i.onoooo ao . I
Ookala Suj-ar Plan Co ymoro r
Olaa Su Co LtJ.ait s6,,oco ao ,! ji,
OlaaSu Co LtJ rJur asoooro as t.V, ijt,
OluMalu Company tj9.oro too .jj
Paauhau Su, Plan Co ono,otej so
Pacific Sugar Mill 5000CO loo
Pala Plantjrlon Co rjo,ooo .00 .
Prken Sugar Co fso.000 109... ,..
Plonw Villi c . atsov Ino o tt
Pioneer Mill C A.e 30s rro too i
Walalua Agri Co a.oo,ooo too ..tf jl
VVallukuSugarCn oo,ooc 100 1..H
WalmjnalMSugar Co ib.ooo too ljrif
Walm.j Mill 10 . laj 000 too ,
Wlli.r Sl,am,Mp Co ,00000 loo . .to
Intrr-UlanJ Slcam N Co .oqoqo .00 ..
Ha.allan LWlrlc Co ,,;, 100 ,
Hon RaMJT h L Co ,50000 loo . 11'
Mutual talffhon. Co lww t0 . ...
People lc & K I It Co IJOooo .00
Hill National Hank
Flral A S Bank & T Co "...,..
BONDS ' " ,
Hawaiian Ciov f re cent
H1I0RKC0 6rercem '"
Hon RaplJ Tran.il t
Lwa Plantain 6 re cent
Oahu Rft t Co per c te. . .
Oahu Plantation 6pc
Olaa Plantation 6 p, c
Walalua Agrlml Ipc
Sales -loo Onomen. $23
A, I. Co Imiids $lul
1500 O 11.
CHANGE INAUGKATIC1N OATH.
Washington Fib 11 Senntoi Hoar
from the Senate Committee on Privi
leges and Flections, todn) repotted
favornbl) the amendment to the Con
stitution Introduced l himself i hang
ing the il.ij for the Innugurntlon of tho
(resident of the United States from
March 1th to tho last Thursd.i In
April Tho resolution provides that
the change shall taKo effect In 1903,
and extends the term of President
llodt-evcll from March 4th to that date.
The resolution also provides that here-
ufti r the terms of Scnntors and mem
bers of tilt House of Representative!!
shall begin on the last Tliursdaj ot
April Instead ot March fth. as at present
Send the weekly edition of the Bul
letin to your friends. Only $1 a year.
WILLARD E. nilOWN.
W. A. LOVK.
Halstead & Go;;
ON SUGAR SECURITIES.
921 Fort Street.
Stock and Bond Exchange.
iYlcIiNER-VV BLOCK. FORT ST.
STOCK AND BOND BROKER.
HONOLULU 8TOCK EXCHANGE.
Orders for tho purchase or sale ot
stockB nnd bonds carctuly and prompt
ly executed. Loans negotiated
Office Room 401, 4th floor, Stangen
wald Bldg. Postofflce box 390; Tele
phone Main 331.
Ictln to your friends. Only 1 a year. .md U rmtly ,lnlo thu stteot.
is spent In bed and why not
have'tnat third comfortable?
Iron bedsteads aro cool; that
means a good deal towards com
fort nnd for this cllmato aro
tho only ones to use.
Our stocl? Just now is tho larg
est ever carried by any ono
houso on tho Ulnnds, and tho
assortment Is complete.
White Enamel Iron Beds
either plain or with brass trim
mings nnd innn) colored ones In
I'rltes from $4.50 upward.
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