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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., THURSDAY, DEC. to, 1900.
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and CASH REGISTERS. All work Guaranteed.
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That's thelnitial Payment
When you buy furniture of us on
the installment plan, $10.00 paid
down arid $10.00 per month will
furnish your home.
Quality here is as high as our
terms are easy and prices low.
COYNE FURNITURE COMPANY'
Real Oriental Embroidery
Is n sure Rift for a titsteful friend. Our stock contains
' table coven, center pieces, doilies, etc.
' v Yon will find all kinds of toys here, i
Would appreciate the gift of an
v Electric Iron
n lb. .$. $4.00
0 lb. . 4.50
7Va lb. . ,:i . . . . JA. 5.00
0 lb. ,....., -,6.00
The Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.
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Flagg, His Affinity,1
Tlie San Luis Obispo Tribune of
Doc 3 li:is tlio follow Iiir to sn III
regard to Emliert M. Drown, well
known in Honolulu:
"Could sou grow fond of n. nfco
i voting lilomlc
If J on loved sweet brunette?"
Ask Hint question of Enibort M.
Drown of Santa Cru7. He Is worried
hbout the situation just now nml Ih
011 bla way lionic to tho seaside town
tc face the law and an Irate wife nt
the same time.
At an e.irlj hour yesterday morn
ing Deputy Sheriff Charles J. Tailor
inn) 1'ollceiniui Itunsnker took Drown
l.tnl it seventeen jear old affinity of
his from u south-bound train. They
were armed with tickets to San
Dleco and It was n (tight such ns ho
often occurs when nflirtltlcs heiome
The Sheriff's aiuec was nntirieil
by the S.intn Cruz ofllrers to keep a
lookout for IJmbert M. Drown and
the oiiiik Klrl, named Miss Ora
KlngB, 11 winsome young damo who
hail left her homo, ono of the well
known families of S.intn Cruz.
The officers hoarded the tlnln here
Mill soon located tho wayward pair
pud extorted them down town to the
loiinty Jail, where they waited ad
lces being sent to their homes.
Drown tins n wife and several
children In Santa Cruz. He Is a
rtnl estate agent and notary public
of that place, and up to this time
has nlwns borne a good reputation.
An nfllnity came between lilm and
his duly wedded wife, and ho
thought It would be better to flee
with her. In Santa Cruz It would
bo better "weie the other dear
charmer away." So Diown and Miss
Tlagg slipped quletl out of the sea
side town with tickets for San
Diego. They did not go far. Their
Journey came to an end at San Luis
Obispo, and they got free lodging In
the county Jail.
Yesterday afternoon Sheriff Traf
ton of Santa Cruz county arrived
and took Drown and Miss Klagg
back to Santa Cruz on the next
Mr. Klagg accompanied Sheriff
Trafton to this city and when he
espied Drown at the depot ho made
an effort then and there to take out
his wrath upon the man who had
brought sadness to his home. Sher
iff Trafton Interfered nnd the party
boarded the train for the homeward
Journe). it Is a pity that Mr. Klagg
did not have the chance to tan
Drown's hide good and plenty.
The girl Is u pretty oung miss of
only seventeen summers. She Is now
sorry Hint she took the Btep she did,
and when she gets home she may he
forgiven by her Irato parents. As
for Drown the advices from Santa
Cruz 'are to the effect that he will
get all the law will allow him. And
ho deserves It.
SURVEY JF KAUAI
Llhue, Dec. 11. A. Knudsen and Mr.
Martin of the Kcdural Topographical
Survey arrived from Honolulu Wed
nesday morning on the Klnau unci
went up to the mountains on tho same
day to Inspect the flow of the head
waters of the upper litlnt'i:!.;j .f iho
Wulmea valley, for tho purpose of
making complete topographical maps
of Iho whole Island.
The first part of next week they will
mako visits to the Hunalel and Hans
pepo vallejK, nnd after they finish
thono they will go to Hawaii and Maul,
to make similar tours, of Inspection.
They nro earning out the plan of
Reogrnphor Marshall, made on his re
cent visit to tho Islands.
Tho next step will bo to make a
thuioiigh survey of the whole Tenl
tory and put in moamtiluc gauget to
find the oact flow of the water In tho
mountains of tho Territory, which Int.
tur work has been going on for tho
gi enter part of this jear.
Mr. Martin Is In charge of tho nc
tl" workjpofplsraplilcal survey and
water development In tho Tenltory.
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We "are showing the largest line-'of FURNITURE and FURNITURE
NbVELTIES ever brought to' Honolulu for a Christmas season;
Make your Christmas gift to friends or relatives something which will combine both beauty and utility. This result
can be attained b v purchasing furniture.
Every item in a furniture store would make a R:od Christmas itt.
We show the largest and best line of Koods in the islands.
J, Hopp & Co., 185 King Street
CLOSING OUT SALE
Everything at a Sacrifice
LIQUORS, TOILET ARTICLES, NICKEL PLATED WARE, GLASSWARE, CROCKERY, AGATE
WARE, CIGARS, WINES AND CHAMPAGNE.ETC, ETC.
LEWIS & CO., Ltd.
This is great weather for a Crip to
The meals are fine.
White River Flour
C. 7. DAY and LEWIS & CO.
GEO. A. MARTIN,
Business Suit fcr $25.
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Weekly Bulletin, $1 Year
When pu want' photographs that
nro ical llkanesses pose for your pic
ture at the M. K .Henry Oallery oa
Hotol Btreet opposite the Art Theater,
Knlurgement work done. Also print
ing and developing.
Chicago capftallHts are behind a
FORT DEN ITEIQS
Kort Do Itusu) U busy In prepara
tion for the Christmas holldus, a,r-
rangements'for which havo been un
der way for the past nfteen dnys,
On nccount or the strenuous work
upon which the engineer troopH havo
been engaged since their arrival on
the Island, lr has been planned to
give them all tho enjoyment that Is
possible during the holidays. New
iron bedsteads, which weie raelvpii
on tlio trnnspoit Logan, have been
placed In all the tents nnd nriangc-
nienls made with the quartermaster
department to bring all the baggage
cf the detachments In from the Meld.
Tickets for all the leading theatern
and other attractions in Honolulu
have been arranged for nnd n
Bplendld time In every respect pro-
pared for the mcmbefs pf the engl
peers who will vllt the camp from
the survey detachments. '
Since the arrival of tho engineers
at Honolulu the amount of locnl pur
chases made by them has been very
large, nnd before their dcpuitiiio
will extend Into many thousands or
dollars. A few of the Items will be
of Interest to tho citizens of Honolu
lu und the Inland of Oalni generally.
Shipments aof freight to the five sut
vey detachments at various points
throughout the Island are made
every day on the Oahu llallrond &
Land Company's trains. An nvorago
of fifty tickets) aie purchased month
ly for tho men going to und from
these detachments, while as a rulo
ut least 500 street car tickets nto
used n month by these troops. Most
of the construction supplies used,
not only by the engineers In camp,
Lut also In the bulldlnsof tho forti
fications ut Kort De Jtusa' aro pur
chased from local merchants.
The entertainment which has
been arranged for tho evening of
Dec. 23 Is uipldly assuming large
proportions. Klrst Seiegant Arthur
Spencer has completed the necessary
arrangements for the appearance of
the Hawaiian National band for the
evening uud with the test talent
irom tue states which aie uow In
Houolulu. The members of the com
pany will give n musical comedy,
with vuudevillu numbers nnd musl-
Private 1'ieil ltnss.it nnd Leo .1.
Ituddy, the civilian bliiLksmlth of
tho post, will leave camp today, by
authciilty of special tordcrs from
beadciuaiteis Fort Do Itiissy, for a
trip to the detiiLlimems ut Lellehuu
and I'curl City. While there they
will shoo nil tho animals so that
thuy will ho In condition for work
upon tho leturu of the deluchments
lic.m'thls cn;np after the holldajs.
These men will hu back to this, camp
on Dec. ''i, l'llvate Hammond has
Lcen placed on duty as musician In
tho place of Musician McKlrny, who
has been sent to tlio hospltn'.
A laigo number of tho engineers
wcio nt thn Xloclc ut the sailing ot
tho tinnsport Logan yesterday In
cider to bid furewell to the formei
members of Company A, Klrst Dat
tnllon of Knglneers, who nio now
Willi the second cavalry. These men
l-avo been vlslttus at thu Kort Do
Hussy tump whllo the transport was
In uud liuvo left many friends be
hind. AM of them stated that Ho
nolulu was tho best pluco they have
Mildleieil In. but that the twenty
pei cent nnd dnublo tlmo for service
In the Islands was what induced
t ln-iii theie.
rirst-Class Sergeant Albert Fish
er of thn Tioapltal rorps stationed nt
Fort Do Itussy hns been ordored by
hendqunrtuiH, Department of Caliroi
nla. to the caynlry camp at Leilehua
for permanent station. Sergeant
Klulu'i- luis been nt Foit De Hussy
sincu tho c. uui wus first opened, and
l li. with niii'li icgret thnt his mnny
iileiiiU hear of his order fen depart-
compaii) In hiilld u $250,000 motor Lal Poeiames. A large seating ca
siccilway for that place undoi tliu ll'at-lty has been nirnnged, nnd It Is
guidance, of David Deecioft, chairman I61""-'"1 t,lat many vlsltois from
of tho Ti clinical Committee of tho Chi- Honolulu and other military
PROBABLE HEAD OF
TO MAKE FULL15ST
TEST OF WIRELESS
DOSTON. December 5. The scout
ciulser Salem, which, wffh the lllr
mlngham, Is equipped wlt'lV'tlio'most'
elaborate wireless outllt L0r Niln.mi
aboard an American war vessel, to
day sailed fiom tho CharJestown1
Navy Ynid on n cruise of thousand.!
of miles thiough tioplciil seas anil
Arctic Ico Hots for a thoiough and
complete toil or wlielobs telegraphy
uuder all conditions. Tho Dliinlng
Jiam Is expected to follow boon.
Tho testa will oxtend over four
months nnd the bin-i lili iiiiu ,n
sr ., t "c"''" sll
HOW NORTH POLE
LOOKED TO PEARY
It was Theodore N. Vail, presldont
of the Aipeiluin Telephone & Telo
Binph Conipaiij, who announced tho
now billion dollar nieicer or tho tel
ephone unci tclegiaph companies ot
the couutiy, and It Is believed that
ho will head tho big combination
when all tho details of tho mcrgei
nio completed. Mr. Vail has been
In tho telephone and telegraph bus-'
In ci-a nearly nil of his life. Ono of
his uncles was the principal backer
or Morfcc, tho Inventor or tho tele
Einph as now operated. Mr. Vail
Is a uatlce or Ohio nnd In his boy
hood lived on a farm In Ion a.
After making his way, pannlloss,
thtcequarteiH mound the globe to San
1'iaiiclnco on a wager, Alphono Vergon-
fnnltiiu imn lint n i rri hinlr tli i .-
fru uh ml In i , 4- tuMj iiii w hu .aw. mi; oatiio -- -- - "i. vut uuy itu m
1U HUIIUIIIK 11 III! rflCelVmir IllRHntroq tnnt inilrtaa ilw, IVonl. A .Unun.lH Utllln rnnitllimlfv vnii ..... I.......
ui least looo miles under all omll-nt Washington can May tho hand or M to ndvcrtlso."
nous mid 3000 miles uudoi- favorablo Iho limnlKintlon nuthorltlos of tho M t
conditions. - i,, -t: tt it ti it it ti tt tt tt i .. .. .. u
Mr. I'cury, of North Pole fame
gavo a very- Interesting lecture re
cently, regnidlng conditions ns he
found them "wuy up North." During
his tall; ho gnvo much ciedlt to the
inemhors ot his party. In describ
ing his reelings when, as ho said,
ho had reached the goal of his am
bition, Comninnder l'enry declared
that the conditions wore very com
monplace, und that they wee the
came ns they had been experiencing
for dus berore. There were no new
unusual sensutlons for the eye or ear
to detect, except only that tfie sun
moved parallel with the horizon. "It
was n feeling," declared Commander
I'eary, "that at last after twenty
thri'o jears In which 1 had thrown all
of my mental nnd physical energy,
moio oi, less of perscinnl sacrifice,
and thnt In spite of every financial
and other difficulties, 1 had made
good to mvself. my friends and the
fjng of my country."
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tt lhat sho wasn't appreciated. "Be tt -tt
that hen over there," said the tt
tt duck; "she has not laid as manv tt
tt eg,;s as I have, nor as big, but tt
tt i.ho has books written about her tt
tt and verses composed In her bon-'tt
tt or, while nobody Is saylhg n word tt
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tt tho wlso old tooster that was tt
tt standing nuar, "that you don't tell tt
tt the publlo what you have dono. tt
tt You lay an egg' ami waddle oft tt
tt without saying a word, but thut'tt
tt hlBter or mine never luys one tt
tt without lotting oveijouo In tho tt
m iicigiiuoiuood know about It. tt
tt "If you want to cut nnv ir i tt
cago Motor Club,
will be present that ovonlng,
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