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EVENINO mnXETIN, IIONOLUUJ, T. II., THURSDAY, SEPT. 23, 1902.
TRANSCENDENT ARC LAMPS ON METROPOLITAN PLAN
PROM BOO TO 1SOO C. P.
Consumes ordinary KEROSENE OIL; th brightest,
cheapest light known to science.
LAMP8 RENTED by the month, wcok or day, and for special
Mantles of all descriptions on hand.
Sole Agents for the Underwood Fire Extinguishers
suitable for stores and residences; a child can handle them, and
are always ready for action.
EPWORTH ACETYLENE GA8 GENERATORS, LAMPS, Etc
Also agents for the COLUMBIA TALKING MACHINE.
For further particulars Inquire- of
WASHINGTON LIGHT CO.,
C. W. MACFARLANH, Monaer
we have just opened a
new line of the most up-to-date
TEN VARIETIES TO
Of the Dost Make.
A Fine Assortment.
B Wall, Nichols Co., Ltd. 3
We enrry the
largest stock In
the city and lead
with 400 sales
during the past
Before you buy
LINCOLN BLOCK, KING STREET, NEAR ALAKEA
11. B. HCNDRICK, Proprietor
Albert V. Gear, President
Emmett May, Secretary.
THE HONOLULU INVESTMENT CO., LTD.
CapKal Stock, 100,000.00
GENERAL IN8URANCE, REAL ESTATE
AND FINANCIAL AGENT8
Judd Building, Merchant Street Side,
HONOLULU, H. T
nacked in the gardens where
grown, in leadfoil, air light,
half pound and one pound pack
ages. The tea has a delicate,
refined flavor you'll appreciate.
It's the taste that grows on you.
That's why the sales of our
"LAKE" brand tea hive increas
ed so rapidly.
Lewis & Co. m
40 TWO TELEPHONES 240
1060 FORT STREET.
Wo are now paying especial atten
tion to catering to Family Parties, Re
ceptions, Weddings, etc., and the suc
cess that has attended our efforts to
please, together with our reputation
for serving the best that the market
.ffcrds, Is a sufficient guarantee that
we will give you perfect satisfaction.
We have the finest display of the
bitter grade of BAKERY GOODS and
fine CHOCOLATES and BON BON8
eVer put on exhibit here; we also can
ry HUYLER'8 CANDIES and LOW
NEY'S CHOCOLA'i E8 and BON BONS
THE ELITE IciTcBEAM PARLORS
SACHS' DRY GOODS STORE
LATEST STYLES IN ALL LINES AT
LOWEST PRICES CROWDS
ATTEND OPENING LA8T
LOCAL AND GENERAL
An Immense crowd of people was In
attendance last night to witness tlio
brilliant opening of Sachs' Dry Goods
Company's new store on the corner
of Ucretnnla and Kort streets. The
opening was advertised to take place
I n.. , I t . , i ... .! BinilU, tUHUUVI .MUlllll, .lUglllk
at i 30 o clock, hut long beforo that', .... ., ,.. , 0..
time the sidewalk was crowded with ' . .'., ... '
.. , . .. A ; ,, . and August Nunes,
those anxious for the first glimpse of i . .
the great variety of new Importations' for booh, none acnustry ai low
on display Inside. prices ine Kinu uiii win nui Kiu
Eight large and spacious windows lruuul ";rHruB-iiuu u wp-w
Geo. Harrison; money to loan
The place to get pure Kona coftec is
at C. J. Day's grocery.
Auction sale of furniture at Mor
gan's, Friday, Sept. 26. at 10 a. m.
IF YOU WANT TO VOTE IN NO
VEMBER, YOU MUST REGISTER.
Nicely furnished rooms. Popular
House, 1249 Fort St, S1.60 per week up.
Notice of the appointment of lfenry
K. Cooper to tho position of Treasurer
Alfonso Abreu, a young Portuguese,
was fined $100 for selling liquor with
out a license, In the Police Court thl
Judge Kstce naturalized the follow
ing persons this morning: Captain
Paul Smith, Manuel Martin, August
WHERE TO BUY
May & Co. havo a fresh stock
J nut received. Including
j. Chocolate Creams
Just a tciophono message and
wo Uollver them to any part of
H. MAY & GO.
TUB POPULAR GROCERY
22 TELEPHONES 24
brilliantly lighted and trimmed In tho
most artistic manner, by a man whom
Mr. Sachs brought from tho Coast es
pecially for this purpose, was what
first greeted each visitor, and exclama
tions of admiration were heard on alt
sides regarding their beauty.
These beautiful window displays
were but a reflection of tho greater
display of goods within, and they wcro
without doubt the most attractive ever
seen In Honolulu. For the moment
one could not but feel that ho waa
I looking In the window of a largo East
Especially attractive was tho show
ing of Imported millinery, of pattern
bats, bonnets and novelties. A great
quantity of ribbon was used in this
dlapla), woven In lattice form, and
malic lels were draped from tho top.
The window contained ono of the now
wax figures, bclougtng to tho new
btore, drcsHed in an exquisite ready
made gown of ImportcU materials, ami
the whole effect was exceedingly beau
When the doors opened at the ap
pointed hour tho Quintet Club struck
up an entrancing Hawaiian melody
and tlio numerous clerks conducted
the visitors through all departments,
presenting each with a souvenir con
sisting of perfumery and cashmeru
The stock of the Sachs' Dry Goods
Company Is entirely new and In most
lines Is In greater variety than any
where else in town.
The interior tilsplays show many Pa
risian gowns. Including elegant lacu
dresses and new embroidered linen
.tresses, nil imported and handsomely
nude if the most delicate materials.
he turif st showing In the city of real
luce and real lacu collars, silk shirt
waists In all sizes and colors and the
latest novelties In the lino of silks.
The; stock of new gauzes for oVcntng
Acar Is especially handsome; also the
ace Jackets and lace boleros.
A new departure of tho Sachs' Dry
joods Company Is tho lino of ladles'
.'eady-to-woar tailor-made suits and
allor-made skirts, both of woolen ran-
erlals and of pique.
The children's department Is also
a ell stocked and every article for chll-
Iron's wear from head to foot, with
he exception of shoes, is found In
treat and luxurious variety.
In the millinery department great In
ercst was shown In the new pattern
lats, wh'lch are to be found only at
3uchs and the whole effect of the
nllllnery display wns ono which Is
.uro to attract ninny buyers and will
nalie that dcparttmlyit especially pop
liar. The dressmaking department Is also
in the lower floor ami I under the
Management of Mrs. Mellls, who is
Veil known to the fashionable set of
Mr. Sachs expresses himself as lie
UK highly pleased with the opening
md believes that everyono who visited
he htore last. night carried away a
cry faorabto impression.
It Is the Intention of the firm to
ualntaln the very highest standard
if exiellenco In every department and
nake the store an attractive and prof-
table place to trade, lly carrying a
Ine of goods superior to any In town
ind In greater variety, and by making
prices as low as possible, this Is as-tureil,
Our Ladles' Kld-laced Hoot at
$3.00, the greatest value, the
greatest style, the greatest com
fort, combined. Into $3.00 boot.
We are offering this boot on its
merits, and have cut the margin
of profit In half, to Immediately
Introduce the boot.
Date Expert Dentists In Arlington
block, 215 Hotel street, off Union, do
Marshal Hendry has a warrant for
the arrest of Asasht, whoso nkolehao
still was seized at Walmanalo hy Depu
ty Sheriff Ohllllngworth, the caso hav
ing been turned over to the Federal
'There will bca meeting of the Terri
torial Central committee of the Re
publican party In headquarters at 7:30
o'clock. There will bo very important
business to transact and every member
Is oxpeoted to be present.
Wm. C. Lyon opens his new bAil;
and stationery store Friday of IM
week, Sept. 26th. The now promises
were formerly occupied by the llmio
lulu Photo Supply Co. Vne best bo.il.s
In the laud wjll be exhibited.
The funeral of the late Fred. W. Mc
Chesney will bo held from his resi
dence, corner Wilder avenue and Ke
waio stieets at 3 p. m. tomorrow (Fri
day.) llev. J. P. Erdman will officiate.
Interment in Xiiunnu valley cemetery.
The grounds of W. M. GKtnrd have
been tendered the Y. W. C. A. for the
match of basketball to tnko place on
Friday afternoon under Its nusplces.
The ladles of the teams participating
will entertain a few InUtcd guests who
are specially interested In athletics.
When other dentists fall try the Now
York Dental Parlois.
baa removal to tho
Arlington Block, Hotel Street.
In the store formerly occupied by
II. W. Foster.
Motor Carriage and Machine
REPAIR AND BUILD
ALL KINDS OP : :
Safe Work of All Kinds.
Utc, Ktc, Repaired
UNION STREET, near HoUI.
Phone Blue 721. P. O. box 111.
J. W. 8CHOENING. Manager.
The English cotton manufacturers,
who have for mi long a tlmo depended
on tho United states lor meir raw
material, liavi- inlsed a guarantee fund
of 250,OUO for tho purposo of proniot.-
ug tho cultivation of cotton within the
Fred. L. Waldron
n n n, kks, I'd nine til: Rm MANAGER INSURANCE DEP'TMT
, Bprecke'i Bulldrug.
Weekly edition of the Bulletin, (1 a
The B F. DILLINGHAM GO,, Ltd.
General Agent for Hawaii
Atlas .Assurance Company of London
Phoenix Assurance Co. of London.
New York Underwriters' Agency.
Providence Washington Insurance Co
Phoenix Insurance Co, of Brooklyn.
I Office 4th floor, Stangenwald bldg.
WIT FISH HI
KAUAI WATERS WERE
SWARMING WITH FISU
WAIMEA NATIVES MAKE A REC
ORD STORY OF EXTREME
Tlio steamer Walalealo arrived from
Kauai this morning at 7:20 o'clock.
Purser Wright reports the following
sugar left at Kauai ports ready for
shipment: K. S. M., 1,000; M. A. K.
2,254; (1. & It., 4,430; making a total
of 8,200 bags.
The steamer Kc An Hon arrived
fiom Kauai at fi:05 this morning with
80 hags rice, 22 bundles hides and 3
Purser Devcrlll reports that the
Kteumer Nllhau was at Ahuklnl dis
charging coal. 'She will leave today
for Honolulu. Tho W. fl. Hall was at
Kcdcia esterday, discharging freight,
Sbo is expected to bo lit llleelo at I
p. in. Smooth wan and light north
east winds crossing the channel on
outward trip. Choppy seas and strong
northeast winds on Inward trip.
The officers of tho steamer Wulale
ilo bring reports of some enormous
hauls of llsh which havo been lately
niado at Kauai, It Ih especially at
Wiilmea that tho fishing has been plen
tiful, no less than about Sd.doo llsh be
ing caught a day sloeo Friday of last
week. Yesterday, when the steamer
was lying at Walmea, schools of these
llsh, hahalalu. wero swarming all ovei
tho place. As tho steamer was lylni.
In tho wuy the natlu flshermen could
not uso their net to its full udvantage
but could only operate on onu come,
of the Hwarm. Yet they managed to
catih fish enough to fill eighty largo
nlckur basketH. Tho officers on the
iteamer bought onu of theso baskets
and found that It contained seven
On tho way homo tho steamer met
Aiit'h. u school of kawakawu off Koloa
Point aH had never been seen before
tiy anyone on hoard. For u space of
iliotit two or thieo acres tho water
aus perfectly white with theso tlsh. so
hat ill a distance It looked like a largo
putch of foam.
Purser Di-verlll of tho Ko All Hon
also brings news of a largo haul of
ilHh In Hunalel, whero Mr. Illrkmyro
i few days ago si-cured over 4,000 mill-,i-t
in one haul In tho Hannlel rl-.
Purser Hupai brings a story of a
ilei-ii ol almost Incri-dlblo brutality on
ho part of a Portugueso lad at Wal
jea. This fellow was driving a cou
ple of fmo mules belonging to Mr. Hof
saard down to tho lauding, when the
amies, for somu reason, named anil
.efusuil Jo move, Tho, fellow then tied
hem up to a fenco imd, picking up a
,argu rink, thruw it with all liU force
it the mules, Tho rock bit the leg of
ano of them, breaking It above the
lock, 'No further particulars could be
Golden Rule Bazaar
ISO HOTEL 8TRI1BT
NEW and DAINTY LINE of
STATIONERY JUST OPENED UP
Roxboro" rapeterle New
Shape; Dresden Blue 25c Box
"Itoxboro" Papctcrle New
Shapo; Lotus, llond 25c Box
"Old Amsterdam" NewSbape
(Tho usual prices of this
grade of goods, COc.)
"Thespian" High Grade Pa-
pctcrlc 20c Bo
"KvangellnO"' Papeterle...15c Box
Al llond Note and Letter
Tablets Ruled or Plain.... 20c
Parchment llond Tablets,
White and Dresden Blue. .20c
Parchment llond Letter Tab
lets, White and Dresden
Colonial llond Note Tablets.. 15e
Hoyal English Dond Note Tab
: ..The Latest Published :::
: Books of Fiction Recelv :.:
: ed by Every Local '.::
: steamer. Stop In and-:!
: and look over the Llsl :::
: of New Books. ,::
Have you seen It?
Did you get a catalogue?
It you hacn't conio and see
us at once.
The "AL VISTA" uses a film,
loads and unloads in daylight,
takes a plcturo of a scope of
about 180 degrees, or more than
the humnn eye can see at one
time. In short, It's a wonder
HONOLULU MOCK EXCHANdB
fK..ioiulu, SEPTEMBER aj, tool.
NAME OF STOCK
C. Briwtr fcCoBBtny.
LB.KinftCe,. 1. 14..
Ni PltatitlM Ctt ....
Hrwdiaa At icatnralCo
Htwtlttn 5uir Co ...
Hoaonu Sacr Co ..i
Haiku Su(ir Co ,
Cakulni plantatloo Co
Klbol Plant Co.Lli...
Koloa Sutar Co.......
C.tl Sua If Coy
r nan. i.
. Lli., aal
ltJ.pl tit J
Ookaia Suiar Plan. Co.
Paauhau Su, Plan Co,
Pacific Sotar Mill, ..
Pala Planta-lonCo ...
epetkfo St l-if Co ...
aalatua Arrt Co
WallokuSuFar Co. . . .,
Walmta Mill Co
t imrr owininip o . i
(nttr-liUM Suan N Co
Htw tan tlfKtrtc C
Hon. Rapid T. ft L. Co.
Mutual Taltrtioec Co..
Oatrn Ry at L Co
Havallan Gov 5 tr "it
Hon RaplJ Transit ...
Ewa Plant I'm 6 M' Cnt
uinu HSLLA Mf ,
una pianutioo p, c.
Walalua Arr'cul. op.C
Kahuku 6 per cent.. !
1 . i
Sales 1,000 Walalua bonds, $100.
Anti do, It given the Antollno
treatment Greatest success
attends use ol this newly dis
covered ant extormlnator. It
tho pests use it once they nev
er do again.
Id the pantry Antollno Is
Invaluable as It is not a poison
but has the desired result
Deputy Sheriff Chllllngwortb and
Officers Rcncar and McDunlc returned
yesterday afternoon from Koolaupoko
nfter a hard but successful raid on an
okolehao still. The party left Hono
lulu at 2 a. m. Wednesday on horse
back and made quick time over the
pall. On the other side, the deputy's
horse bei-nmc lame and only slow prog
ress was made until Walmanalo wai
reached. Hero the officers tied their
horses In u cane field and climbed up
the sleep mountain side to the place
where they knew the still was.
Aftir a hard climb a small grass
house was found almost hidden from
sight in u small gully A Japanese
named Asahl was found In the hut and
placed under nrrest. The odlcers had
a hard time lotatlng tnc sun. It was
found at last and with It H very large
ninouln of tl root from which tha
liquor Is manufactured. A bottlo of
okolebun and somo of the tl root waa
taken along as evidence. The deputy
was especially careful to take some tl
root back lu order to disprove tho
statement mado by an Internal Ileve-.
nuc official the other day, that no moro
okolehao is made from tl root
After resting a few hours tho odlcen
returned to town taking with them
their prisoner and the evidence. Aa
they as well as their animals were tired
they traveled slowly and reached
town at 2: CO p. m.
The rase of Asahl was up In the I'o
lire Court this morning but was con
Never had so beautiful a stock
as wo have now.
Ilandsnmo beds, white enam
eled with brass trimmings and
all s lii'H.
Come and see them.
Sold for cash or on Installments.
FURNITURE CO., Limited
Finest bottled beer sold
In Honolulu. Pure and
palalabic. Has all tho
tonic properties and the
delightful flavor of the
Buckwheat J f"
iind Coffee VSU
PALACE GRILL, Bethel St
A. 0. WALL, D.D.S.
0. E. WALL, D.D.S.
jot Building, Fort BtreeL
Hours. to 4. Telephone Mso Ml
Halstead & Co., Ltd
MONEY ADVANCDD ON SUGAfc
921 Fort Street
TEL. MAIN 133.
Family Orders Solicited.
GOMES & McTIGHE
03 and 1)5 Ktn Street
Phone Main MO
We have Hold a large num
ber of Plnjt-Pon etrt, but
still have a very choice
HHHortmcnt on Bale. We
have a complete Htock of
Fine Job Printing at the Bulletin office.
No. 10 Htore, Port Street