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KVENINO DDLLETIN HONOLULU, H.-T., THURSDAY, rail. 27, 1902.
WALL, NICHOLS CO., LTD.
Two Stores In One.
The successful merchant
recognizes the Importances
of business system. Thin
Illustration shows the sim
ple process of building a
stnek of sections with
EXPANSION : 8Y8TEM.
Many labor saving devices
In this system which wo will
be 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 la
With such a fine
stock to choose from
it will be easy to
make n selection.
J. HOPP & COMPANY
Lending Purulttire DcnlcrH.
. CORNER KING AND BETHEL STS.
MRS. KAIIANO FOUND
DEAD ON VERANDAH
Ta'k of Possible Foul Play at Honu-
apo Kauai Makes Good Trip
But thoso desiring the health
foods, as handled by the Hono
lulu Sanitarium, can obtain them
at our store. Our stork Is com
plcto In this line and we note
llio following Sanitarium roods
I ow on hand:
WHOLE WHEAT STICKS
WHOLE WHEAT WAFERS
H. MAY & GO,
22 TELEPHONES 24
NEW BOOKS !
NEW BOOK LIST :
"The nights of Jinn," by Dr. Limm
,''nbles for the Fair, ' by Josephmr
"Sir Richard Calmady," by Maleh.
"Stephen CnllnnrL" by Julian Sturglu.
'Kronen Revolution nnd Itcllgljus"
(Reform), by Sloane.
"Schley and Santiago," by Graham
Korna (.ordjeeff," by Maxim Goky.
'niese are only seven of the ww
books, but wu hae n-vtnty times
seven just ns good nnd ns lntertrtlug
llooksellcr nnd Stationer.
Our Customers Like Our
Gurry Powder !
They nrcuatisf led thnt the
Ingredient. used In ItK
iiiunufiicturc nre the finest
obtainable nnd that you
will think ho tot. when you
LEWIS & GO.
:, LEADING GROCERS. .:
1060 FORT STREET.
240 -Three Telephones 240.
Egg s 3
Accuracy In correcting the defect.
Accuracy In selecting the proper
Accuracy In ndWeo given.
Accuracy In what wo pi amino and
Tliaro Is no placo whero accuracy
and skill nio more at premium than
with tho Optician, We make a search
ing examination nnd exercise tho most
painstaking caro In tho adjustment
ot every pair of gtasses wo bell.
A. N. SANFORD,
Boston Building, Tort Street.
Over May & Co.
No More Dread
of the Dental Chair
TEETH EXTRACTED AND FILLEL
ABSOLUTELY WITHOUT PAIN b
our late scientific method arplled to thi
gums. No sleep-producing agents o
Thcso are the only dental parlors li
Honolulu having PATENTED APPL1
ANCES and Ingredients to extract, fill
and apply gold crowns and porcelalL
crowns undcctecable fiom natural teeth
and warranted for Tin years, WITH.
OUT THE LEAST PAIN. All wort
dene by GRADUATED DENTISTS ol
from 12 to 20 years' experience, an'
each department In charge of a Special
1st. Olvo us a call, and you will And
us to do exactly ns we advertise. Wt
will tell you In advani-o exactly whm
your work will cost ny a FREE EX
Set Teeth SBOl
Gold Crowns 65.01
Gold FIIIInfiH $1.00
Sliver Fillings BOt
jn PI ATM
n '-' IK
Our name alone will be a guarantee
that your work will be of tho best.
New York Dental Parlors
Room 4, Elite Building, Hotel Stree
LADIES IN ATTENDANCP
Hours, 8 a. m. to C p. n.
8undavs, 9 a, m. to 12 ro.
Bringing, the news of a rather sud
den nnd mjsterious death at llonuapo,
Hawaii, the lnter-lsland Steam Nal
gallon Company' steamer Kauai. Cap
tain llruhn, nrrhcil In port at 6
o'clock this morning from Kullun
Purser William Clark reports that
on Sunday morning Inst Mrn Knhnuo
was found dead on the cranda of her
house nt Honunpo.
When the Knuji left llonuapo tho
cause of her death had not been as
certained. A Coroner's Jurj had been
summoned but had not arrUril nt i
It Is xald that there had 1 ecu a luau
at the Kuhauo home the previous even
ing, when numoimis friends of the de
ceased were present celebrating Wash
ington's1 birthday. Tho guests depart
ed to their arlous homes early Sunday
morning. It was some hour after
wnrdsi that the body ot Mis. Knliunu
There was a rumor nfloat. Just be
fore the Kutial left Honunpo that there
had been foul day, but this report
eould not be crlflcd.
The death of Mrs. Kahnnn came ni
a great shock to her relntles and
The Kaunl left Kallua at 10-23
o'clock jesterdny morning, bringing
the following passengers for Honolulu:
.iT. R Jackson, E. W. Van Senden,
Geo II. Robertson and Trod Wunden
lerg. The Knii.il went Immediately on her
arrival to the enttlo wharf to ills
rhnigc thirty hend. She brought 5102
bags of sugar. The entile nre (Unsign
ed to Mr (Ircenwell.
The Minimi l.o.i wus nt Honunpa
when the Kauai left K.ilr weather h
reported nl all Kau and Kona ports.
No Migar remains for shipment nt
Honunpo or I'unnluu
Tht audleiue at the Orplieum lust
night nus falrlj good blie.l nnd iulti
entliiisliistli Ciitiiilug was In excel
lent form and performed his woik In a
manner showing both grate jnd frnul
llarit) with the mnglc art.
In the net of Warren, tin' )oung
Mormon wizard, Nigel Jackson pre
sented a pair t obsolete hindlrons for
the purpose of "sticking" the perform
or. lie was miuh chngilued, however,
when W.irien remoed them with us
much ense ns n cuffn of a later pattern.
Wnrren then submitted to having
Irons put on his wrists and ankles tho
Irons belonging to local police officers
and bending oter had his wrists bound
to hit nukliH by Jackson's special
cuffs. He fieed lilniielf fioin ull three
pairs In about two minutes
Tonight, In addition to his regular
entertainment. Cunning will gle a
hypnotic exhibition In which he will
pnss needles through the llpi and
cheeks of subjects without paining
tin ni His will hypnotize a body Into
the third oi (iitnloptlc btnte nnd sus
pending It In u horlzon'.ul position
will luwo a Mi ting man lireak n live
hundred pound link on It h blows
fiom a licnv) sledge linnnner After
ward llio subjeit will 1)0 riiuowd to a
downtown show window and lemnlii
on exhibition In a hynnotli state all
LOCAL AND GENERAL
The Dulletln's special Industrial edi
tion can be obtained at this office or
the newsstands. Price 25 cents.
Nhely furnished ' rooms, Popular
Home, 1210 Kort St., $1.00 per neck up.
Mr nnd Mrs John Eua dlt not get
owa for Kauai ycsterdayruftcrnooii.
The nre leaving today.
Those Interested In the cstnto of the
Inte William Mcr should rend the pro
bate notice In today's Issue.
Captain "lull" Kieemnn of the Kl
nan receded today a full license n
master of cssels of 2300 tons, on any
Ilourbon Whiskey, C years old, $3 00;
Claret, CO cents; Sherry and Tokay, 73
cents a gallon at HoffschlnegertUo.'s,
Kewnlo Is now- given up to rats, In
stead of fishes, the dry lime now exist
ing In that locality, enables the ro
dents to travel dry footed to, and oe
inpj the man) Mirnnt dwellings In
All members of the fourth District
committee of the Republican party aro
usked to keep In mind the meeting In
headquarters nt .1 HO o elock tomorrow
afternoon ns business of gient Import
ance Is to be transacted.
The committee In charge of the ar
rangements for the celebration of St
Patrick's day Is nlrcady at work. It Is
undci stood from one of the members
thnt the banquet will be one of the,
grandest affairs ccr glen In Hono i
In the Police Court this forenoon J
W. Hall, charged with rape, had his
ense nolle pros'd by Judge Wilcox, tho
prosecution having explained thnt the
defendant had been Indicted by tho
Grand Jury. Hall was sent li.uk Into
The auction sale this morning nt
the residence of Mr. Robeits. on Merc
'tnnla street, conducted by assistant
Schtmmoihurn for auctioneer Morgan
resulted In very good prices being ob
tained. A large gathering of the fair
sex wns present.
There will be n meeting of the execu
te o committee of the Home Rule Re
publican party In headquarters, this
evening. There nre several matters to
be brought up. The nomination of a
man to run for the Legislature In the
place of A V Gllnllan. deceased, will
not be touched on This will bo the
principal subject for discussion nt the
regular meeting next week
Dcardslcc & Pnge the architects, nre
moving from their old location In the
Arlington bloc k to new nnd i ommo
dlous ulllces In the Elite building Tho
firm, which Is one of the oldest lu
town, has found thnt the necessity for
more loom wns n great ono nnd sotho
chnngc wns made. The new olllies
consist of a thoroughly equipped
draughting loom, business oilier nnd
AND LIQUOR LAW
(Continued from pazo 1.1 i
"itfiHnftjj irjjy u uitfy
If you cannot find him just look
In at the
HE WILL BE T1IEHE
AN HOUR IN THE MORNING
THE 8AME HOUR EVERY MORNING
or afternoon, given to dictation, will
keep jour correspondence "cleaned
up." Try It a month.
J. D. AVERY, Business Correspondent
Regularity! Certainty Despatch!
Tel. Main 76. 95:45. Elite Dldfj
K. C Mnllnu In a name very well
known In pollen circles on account of
the frequent arrests of the joung man
on charges of assault and battery nnd
the use of threatening language. II"
was. particular set on beating bin
wife and the result Iiiih been that the
latter has Instituted divorce proceed
ings. Recently Mnllun was nircetrd on the
elnrrge of threatening his father-In-law
with bodily lnjiiry He wns arrest
ed hut wus Inter on released ns It wus
learned by the police- authorities that
ho intended l living the country. Tho
case was set for toil.i) and when the
name was called by the piosecutlng
olllcer, no ono responded Tho nttornnv
for the defendant stated that the
oung man had already left the coun
try on one of the barks plying between
Honolulu nnd Sun I-'rnnclsto and that
ho was well on the wn) toward the
lntter place. On this showing a nolle
prostqul was entered,
Mallan waa fonueily a mall carrier.
He has quite a lot of valuable real es
tate In his name.
ties for almost any position that can
be taken relative to them; but.l think
the weight of authority sustains tho
Ver respectfully ours,
E. P. DOLE.
At the iminc II today Chas. .1 Mi -Carth)
was granted an extension ot
time to ivmuvo tho Criterion saloon
from Port sticet, at his new plnee Is
The amendment to the l-ihalna Ice
Conipnnv's i barter ah end) reported
i; I) Baldwin, government land
ugent nt llllo. was present to explain
applications for clearing the finest nt
An application of the Honolulu Hap
Id Transit & Iaind Company to put a
switch tu Alnkeii stret. between Hero-
tnnln and Hotel streets, and have the
Hawaiian Tram was Company shift
Uh track there to make room 'or the
alteration, wns not pnitlculnrly fa
voied by the meeting beenusn It would
end to encumber the btreet excessively.
The mutter wax referred to the Attor
ney General for an opinion
INVITUD MAOUIU 1SISII01.
At a meeting of the Kllohana Art
League held Tuesday, It wag decided
to send a letter to Madame Gcnevra
Jnhnstono-Illshnii offering her the use
of their hall In the Progress block ul
any time that she might wish to give
a concert. She will not be charged u
cent for the hall should she deslro to
take advantage of the opportunity of
fered and she will be allowed to
charge what admission she deems best.
Mndumo lllshop received the letter yes
terday. A second Invitation of the same na
ture has been received from Professor
Ilallnseyiis of Oaliu College What
the lady will do has nut yet been de
cided on Certain it Is. however, that
if sho sings at nil lu tho city It wilt bo
lit tho Opera House. After that, If
she Is able, she may anept the veiy
MID IT WAS 100
rl II) I SCHOOL
Solomon P.uker, one of the puplU
of the P.iiiim school, appeared In the
Police ('unit this forenoon on the
lharge of truancy He pleaded guilty,
g.i)lDg thnt he hud found the distance
from his house lu the valley to tin
schocilhouse. too far to walk. This
wns the reason for Ills not having at
tended school A letter from the prin
cipal wns to tin- effect thnt the bo)
hud not been to school sluio the Oth
of November Judge Wilcox mudo no
comment whatever on tho school
tencber who would allow a boy to re
main nwny for all thnt time without
leportlug the mntter nt an earlier
The mother of the boj was In the
court room anil whin asked to make
a statement, she said she had believed
all tho while that her son was going to
school. He would leave tho house every
day in time to make the school house
at calling In time She had found tho
boy Incorrigible and recommended thnt
he be sent to the reform school This
recommendation was adopted by Judge
Wilcox nnd Parker was sent over for u
WANTS 1118 KIINT.
Manoel li, Sllverla has brought suit
In the ('lie nit Couit ugnlust L Ahla
for the icc.cn cry of (illii7'J(l alleged to
bo due for rent and taxis on a certain
piece of land which the plaintiff
claims to huvc rented lo the defen
dant in 1S.SS uud IMiO Plaintiff states
Mud offer of the Kllohana Art Lengua that elurlng thut whole time there has
for u conceit in the afternoon, thus not been paid the ri'nt thut was ngrnil
nffordlng a chance to those who might on when the premises In question were
find It Impossible to attend a concert let Itubertsnn &. Wilder (or tin- plain
In the evening. tiff.
SHOULD 111! CONSIDHKUI) WITIIOLT IMtUJIJDICi:
1 he proper lit tlntl of onc'n foot Ik ti inoHt Import
tint mutter, and, npnrt from the experience thut
thirty jciith hnu ijlveii uh, IIANAN O SONS have
given their whole attention to the bulltllng of
Hcrvlcenblc, Mtyllsli unci cnny xhocs. Look tit
their tremcncleniH huccckm nnd you will hcc why
we arc their njJcntH. I i t t I
...MclNERNY SHOE STORE...
PACIFIC IMPORT COMPANY, Ltd.
nre a relleetlou of the beauty that you will find within the store
TIiIh week they nre radiant In the handsomest of new goods nil
plainly marked and nt prices that defy competition
Among the New Arrivals
will bo found many unusual 1 attractive goods. Including
Fine Victoria Lawns
10 Inches wide.
Per piece 75 cents
for ladles nnd gentlemen's shirt
ings; excellent pattern, latest
novelties In designs,
12 1-2 cents per yard
l'nst colors over 1U0 patterns,
fresh and new, nt
6 1-4 cents per yard
Ladles' ribbed Jersey vests,
2 for 25 cents
$1.40 per dozen
J. H. FISHER
Stock and Bond BrokciL
FIRE ASSOCIATION, of Philadelphia
WESTERN ASSURANCE CO of Tt
HONOLULU HTOCK HXCIIANGP
Honolulu, Pehruary 27, !t:2
NAME OF STOCK pjj, J !-7 Bill Atkl
MERCANTILE. ' i
C flftwtf t Cnmoinv ' i.ari.w'
H S SichsDG Co.LM . 60,00a,
L.U. Ktff flt tO LU . ' iw,o
Bl PUMillon Co ...
Htwtliin Com & Su Co I
HiHn SoerCo . .
Honomu uctr Co
Knunu ruruiitm o
KH thulu Sukm Co . .
(Colo Sugar Co
Or.k.1 Sunr Plan Co
Oil Su. Co.. LU .ail
UlaaSuCo Lti Nup?
Ol o alii Cofrrjni i
Pjauftau Su, f'lan Co
I 'id h. SuerMill
PjIj Mintif.n C-.
iVpeflwn Sitr Co
Pl.mfrr MM' (
IMonoer Mill Co Ar
Waialua Agn Co ...
niimrj 1111 -o .
Intrr-UtanJ Steam N Co
Hawaiian I Irctrlc Co
Hon Uajii THO
Mutual Trtrrhone Co
Oahu PtfrV 1. Co
People 1 Ice K I e to
Tlrkt National Hank
Hawaiian Oov j r" cnt
Hilo H H Co 6 ptr crnt
Hon HaptJ Transit
Ewa Plantat n 6 ptr cent
Uami K S L Lr fc?ff
Oahu Plantatitm Of c
Olaa Plantation 6 p. c
Walalua Acrlcul 6p c
1 500000 1001 , tea
500,000' too1 -5
500,000 too I 145
150,000 100 I ,l ,
I )V.oo 10 1
t,ooo,ooo 100 .... ft
Sabs-J.I Walalua '.2.M
NATIVH8 r.o vaae.
White Muslin Short Chemises
35 cents each or 3 for $1,00.
PACIFIC IMPORT COMPANY,- "
.Model Uloclc, Port Street.
CLINTON J. HUTCHINS,
.M.tii"HiHe li v C
I'lnelmK.i nnd Iliillmoku ai t
miuiir llnnnll.-ilt bos ho jpiieared lu
the I'edhc Court this forenoon on tho
(.barge of lurceny It seems that the)
were (aught iuuouk tome alceroba
trees near the eorner of Illwr and
N'uiianii streets examining the rontcnti
of a trunk. They were arrested by
Dejiuty Sheriff ChllllUKWorth asked
that n nolle prosequi be enteie-d for
tho reason that the trunk hail been
taken to the place where the oung
men were found by some other part).
The defendants hiiel ihuiued upon It
but had nothing whatper to do with
taking It there. ,
Jilelge Wilcox In granting the mo
tion of the prosecution told the oung
men that hail they been found taking
nn thing from the trunk they might
have gotten Into trouble. One might
find J.'O on the street but that would
not make the monej his.
WILLAItD E. DROWN.
W. A. LOVK. I
ON SUGAR SECURITIES.
921 Fort Street.
Stock and Bond Exchange.
jyicINERrNV BLOCK. PORT ST.
STOCK AND BOND BROKER.
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE.
Orders for tho purchase or sale ot
stocks and bonds carcfuly and prompt.
ly executed. Loans negotiated
Office Room'401, 4th floor, Stingen
wald Bldg. Postoffice box 390; Tele,
phone Main 331.
Is spent In bed and why not
have tnnt third comfortable?
Iron bedsteads aro cool; that
means a good deal towards com
fort nnd for this ellmato aro
tho only ones to use.
Our stock just now Is tho larg
est ever carrltxl by any ono
houso on the Islands, and the
assortment Is complete.
White Enamel Iron Beds
either plain or with brass trim
mlngH, nnd many colored ones In
I'rlecs fiom $4.50 upward.
In White, Black
and : Colors: at
E. W. JORDAN
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