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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU. If, T FRIDAY, NOV. 8, 1901.
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Four Inchon wldo nnd rr-gulap
ly sold nt $1.50 lier yard, for 75c.
The $1.2o kind, 2 Inches wide,
REAL TORCHON LACES.
20c. Torchons tor 15c. yd.
25c. Torchon?, 6 yds., $1.00.
12Jc. Torchons, 7c. per yd.
BACK SILK LACES.
Ten patterns to chooso from.
Sue. to $1.25 hinds for 25c. yd.
WHITE SILK LACES.
Ten patterns to chnoso from.
Regular COc. to 75c. kinds re
duced to 25c. per yd.
SALE OF TRIMMINGS
am Spangled Passementeries, regularly sold at 75c to $1.00, for 25c. am
Heavy Jot 'irlmmlngs, $1 kind, for 50e. per yard. 2
V Taney Chiffons, 10c. and 25c; Pleated Chiffons, all colors, 25c. 9
The Great Remnant Sale is Now On in Full Swing.
5 B. F. EHLERS & CO. 5
A POUT 8THUHT. A
Coolness and Comfort in the
Fiercest - Heat - of - Summer.
Is a dry mineral powder ml.ed with water only.
It Is being usil successfully all over the Islands.
Estimates glvyj for any Iron roofs, from a sugar
mill to a small shed. Satisfaction guaranteed.
For further particulars, come in and see the
CALIFORNIA FEED CO;
80LE AGEN fS.
A cozy ('oilier, n ropy of one of
the new hooks and nouns one who
Is rapalilc of dlsnisidiiK It.
Let Us xllKk'i'ft tin' hook, niabc
J nil have heard of there:
"D'rl and I." hy llatc heller.
"The CrlalH," hy Churchill.
'Meniierliasxett." ly Pidgin.
"Klin." hy Hmljard Kipling.
'Tor Liivi- or Crown, hy Mure-h-nniont.
Wall, Nichols Co.,Ltd.
TO THE H ARMV
London, Nov. 2. lord Kitchener has
reported to the War Ofllce a dlsanter to
the British near Ilethel, Eastern Trans-
viial, In which two gun were lost, sev.
era! oinccrs killed or wounded and
fifty-four men were killed mid 160
Following!! I the text of Lord Kitch
ener dispatch, dated Pretoria, No
"I hae Just heard of a severe at
tack made on the rear guard of Col
onel llenson'H column when about
twenty miles northwest of Ilethel, near
llroken Uingte. during a thick mist.
"The strength of the enemy Is re
ported to have been 1000. They rush
ed two guns' with the rear guard, Iml
It Is uncertain whether they were iib'.o
In tcmoe them.
"1 fear our casualties were heavy.
Colonel Benson was wounded, but not
seriously. A relieving column will
reach lilsi this morning."
Later Loid IKtchentr.telegraphpil as (limit street-
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Tho bark It. I. Itlthet Is expected
hero In a day or two.
Regular meeting of tlio Hoard of
Health this afternoon.
Auction sale of fruit and v cgctnblei.
See J. F. Morgan's column.
Wire purse containing small sum at
money found. See classified ads.
Stop at Mrs. Hnnna's new millinery
store on Kort street near Chaplain
The Orphcntn foreclosure sale Is scL
by order of Judge Clear, for Saturday,
Sam 1'nrker when nsked regarding
things In Washington said that lie did
not want to tnlk politics.
It la very doubtful If there will bo
any baseball games tomonuw on no
ci unt of the continued Inclement
llourhon whiskey G years old, J.l.r.O,
claret, CO cents; sherry and Tokay, 75
cents a gallon at Iloffschlaeger Co.'s,
Win. Tlinmnion ami bride wcro pas
sengers In the Alameda today, They
aro stopping nt the llvnshail home on
follows: "Colonel llnrton, who mnreh
cd fiom the constabulary line yester
day, reachiit lleiihon's iiilumn early
this morning (l-'rlday) unopposed. Hn
reports that C'otourl Ileiiaon died of Ilia
"The ot lu r easiinltleK are as follows!
Killed Colonel (lulness. Major F. I).
Miiriny. Captains M, W. Lindsay nml
I-'. T. 'Ihoruiild. Lieutenants 13. V. I.
Drunks and It. I'. Shepherd and Second
Lieutenant A. J. C'oilctt.
"Died of his wounds Captain Eyto
Lord Kitchener then gives tho names
of thltteeu other ollUers who. wero
wounded, most of them seriously, and
then uniiounccH that lifty-four nun-
lommlHitloned utile ors ijnd men weie
hilled ami IiiO wounded, adding tliot
four of the latter have slnro died of
When You Dream of
Yon Wake Up Hungry
Telephone 22, 24 or 92 about it.
Write P. O. uox j86 about It.
ART SQUARE AND CENTER RUGS
You should bco tho beautiful assort
ment we ltau Just received of these
Every housekeeper knows tho value,
of a Hug Tor preserving her hardwood
floors and putting tho nnlshlng touch
to a well-furnished room.
Knowing this, wo would also have
her know that this Is an unusually
beautiful assortment, ntid tho prices
are away down.
Wo went you to oomo nnd see them.
Wo received nt tho snmo tlmn somo
liandbomo mahogany and goldeu oal;
LIBRARY AND PARLOR TABLES,
Theso Tables are some of tho swell
est wo havo ever handled, and will
suit tho most fastidious taste.
J. HOPP & CO.,
The Leading Furniture Dealers.
King and Bethel Sts,
convictions he has olten i-xiiesst-d on
me general subject of the necessity of
inning- some legal way to restrain tho
glowing power of Industrial eomblna-
That's a symptom of a run-down
erudition that many peoplo havo at
this time of year. Hut don't resort to
opiates. Vim need a system builder
something that will givo tone, vim
and renewed strength.
fulfills a twofold duty; It's medicine
as well as food. It bulluii up tho whole
system, restores loss of appetite, anij
n wine glass heforo bedtime will pro
duce sound, refreshing sleep. Royal
Mnlt Extract is the best that rlpo bar
ley und careful browing can produce,
so Insist on liming If.
25c or $2.50 by Dozen.
, FORT AND KINQ
M. Phillips & Co.
Wholesale Importers and Jobbers.
European and American Dry Goods.
Fort and Queen 8tl.
H. HackfeitU Co., Ltd.
General Commission Agents.
Cor. Fort and Queen Streets, Honolulu.
THIS SPACt RESERVED FOR
J. D. AVERY,
General Reporting and Typewriting.
Second floor Elite Hldg.. Hotel St.
At ofllce to 6:4Gi Tel. Main 76.
At kous? evenings; Tel. Blue 2611.
Captain John Itnss was expensed for
the rest of the term in the I'edeial
court on acrount of his health. The
Juror Is 74 je.irs old,
.1. II. Atherton. I-'. M. Snanzy nnd
W. (). Smith l-lt Han Francisco lor
.N't w Yoik on tho day the Ahiuud.i sall
id from S.m Francisco.
Ocorge Parker wns this moralus
flued u nnd costs by Judge WIlcoV
In the Police Coitit on thu charge ol
nssault and battery on Ah Sing.
The Capitol 'team has teconsldered
Its Intention of withdrawing Hum thu
Winter League nml wilt play out thu
tcmalning games on thu seuedulu.
During the past lortulght or so n
great many spoilsmen of the city havo
t.'.kcn out hunting licenses. There
seems to be absolutely no Intention to
tvnde the law.
The Artillery and Punahoii Athletic
Chili football tennis will play on thu
campus nt Oaliu College tomouow aft
ernoon. This w.. be the llrst gamu
01 the season.
Wall. Nichols Co. suggest a number
nf popular books for cadets In their
New York. Oct. .1I.-A special to I """ rl.,s " ,rI " w'my: "le aisn can
the Sun from Wn.hlngton says: It .3 I K"a n""""i ""? new nrcn uoor-
tr.e opinion or some of tho lulliicntlal i "
Senatuis and lteiiesrntntlves with a gentleman returning In the Ala
whom President l(ooseelt has (oiiBUlt-1 niedn Is authority for tho statement
ed lately that the most rnuTinl. or. ut that there will be no continuation in
least, the most outspoken portion o!;thi nutomoblles In this city by the lo.
bis message will be the paragraph on en! competiy.
tllists This does not mean that Hojs- Tm.r W(.r(. nny (,Rhl ,aBOS oll ,ll0
uelt Intetiils to rcrntnnunil i rastle i..h.... . ,....,.. .i.,.. .
, , , ., ,....,. . . i .,in- viinik i iiii'iMiai mm lutvnuuii,
legislation ugalnst Industilnl eomblua- ,T... f lhl.. ,.r ,tl,LH. q-hls i
tltns. but lather that hu l.-gards the . 8nmllest calendar that Judge Wil
ttust question genera ly as one Ihat ll(lx ,, lni, t ,,,a, ,, fur 8omc
foreshadows trouble In the future If tjnR.
not wisely bundled and iluit Congress! . . , ,.,.,, ,,
ought to deal with It carefully, but In A1""1I,1, ,H1,U" ,)f 'lu'1C,'lraK"."T'
Itn own way. While h.-may lune no ? ,I.I,"",I' ?"y.K.: "'" l , NU""1"
tpeoinr recominendutlou to make with Wot Vehicle mp;inys works taus
reitnnl I., lb.. l.t,l ,.i .,., i,i loss of $Ii0.iiiio. Twenty-two nu-
law that should be missed. If anv. ,1,.. ' Uunob !. from Honolulu lor repair
President wilt miik.. elciir the ,r,. 1 " destroyed.
I lie iseiiis, Willi n full company nnd
tons of scenery am here. They open
nt the Opera House tomorrow opening.
They expett to visit Honolulu nguln
during September or October of next
year on their wny to Australia.
There will be at least lifted! in the
fh-hlng party out In tho direction of
Diamond Head on Sunday. Ten or
the number will go in tho launch W'a
terwltch and the remainder will go In
Prince David Kawananakoa's launch
(Inventor Dole paid a visit of Inspec
tion to the bars of the Mnana Hotel
and Wnlklkl Inn, for purposes of In
formation with regard to the pending
application of Mr. Freeland for u hotel
lliiunr license ut IjiIi.'iIiki.
Henry Smith has leeeived a somcnlr
report of the lecent conferetue of the
Protestant Episcopal Chilldi of the
I'lilted Slates held at S.ui l-'raticlsco
Among the Illustrations Is a group por-
ttalt of the Anglican Synod of Hawaii,
The Public WorkB Department Is
certainly doing good work In thu city
today. At the crossings on tliu
stieets In the business part of tin-
city, black sand Is being sprlnklud,
making It possible for pedestituns to
ci ims without t-ovuiluE their shoes
Judge Wilcox sat at 11 o'clock In the
Police Court today for the express
purpose of hearing the case of young
J. Mersberg, charged with gross cheat.
The matter hating been adjusted ami
tably on thu outside, the case was nolle
uros'il and Mersberg and his attorney,
Chas. Crelghton, wint nway happy.
Preparations are being made to. hold
the Mother (loose party under cover,
should It rain. Definite Information re
puting the place where the party will
be held will appear In the morning
papers. The party will positively take
plne whether It rains or not, so look
nt the morning papers and And out
Among tin- urrhals In thu Alamedn
today wns Secretary ot' the Territory
Henry 13. Cooper. When reen bv h
Hulk-tin reporter he said hu had noth
ing of Inteiest to give out. He had his
teport of tho Territory's utfalrs with
him, but he had been requested by tho
.Secretary of State not to give out any
tinny In regard to this until it had
been made public in Washington.
Knkal appeared In the Police Couit
this forenoon on thu charge of ussault
nnd battery on his wlfo, When thu
matter was thtashed out, It was found
that there had becu a family quarrel
bttween thu two, Tho wife refused to
get the husband's dinner, there were
words, the wife jdeked up it broom and
went at her husband, there wiih retal
iation, and then caniu the arrest. Kn
kal was reprimanded nnd discharged.
Tomorrow evening on the lanal of
the Huwalhin hotel a luuii will be giv
en by James Nelll In honor of the
blrthdny of his niece; Miss Mary Eliza
beth Forbes. It cannot begin until
11 '30 p. in, .on account of the atten
tion of the Nellts being held at tho
theater. All Nelll performances st the
thtatrr will begin ptomptly at
Hopu and I). Kinncv two natives,
were arrested yesterday alternnon on
the chnrge of assault and battery on
a Chinese peddler. Their eases came
up for trial In tho Pollen Court today
but were continued over until tomor
low. The defendants slnto that tho
Chinaman In question went through.
Ilopu's plate In Nlolopa and trampled
down somo of the native's flowers. Ho
wns told to straighten up thu Mowers
but ho did not heed. Onu word led to
another until tlnallv the Chlnnmnn
UBed his bnsket stick on the native,
Then camo a tussle and Klnnoy Joined
In, seeking to stop further hostilities.
IHE iTBMBl M.
l'nrls. Nov. 2. Tho dispatch of Ad
miral Calllard's squadron from Tou
leu to Turkish waters bas already had
ll' effect. The Frencli Foreign Ofllcu
today received a telegram from M.
llupst. Councillor of the French lega
tion nt Constantinople, announcing
that the Sultan yesterday sent him a
message accepting all the French
tlalms. liiclu'dliig the Loremlo claim.
Ihu Poite also telegraphed to thu
Flench Minister of Foielgn Affairs, M.
Del Casse. Informing him that thu Lo
leiido claim had been settled and Hint
the Sultan had signed nu trade accent-
lug thu tlguru fixed hy France foi tho
payment of the claim.
Washington, Nov. 1. The liandH uf
the elongated antique timeplecu which
stands against the wall occupied by
the Schley court of Inquiry pointed to
12:45 o'clock today while Judge Advo
cate Lemly announced that hu had no
more witnesses to call und Mr. Kay tier
said that no witnesses would be sum
muned ou behalf of Admiral Schley In
sur-rebuttul. Kor u moment It appear'
ed as If the uuw famuus case wan
about to reach a sudden tonrluslou.
Hut this delusion was soon dissipated
by the announcement on thu part of
Ccptaln Lemly that he might ask to bu
allowed to bring In onu mom witness
on Monduy. and also a statement fr l
iwyner inai .vinurni w-niey iiiiiishii
would desire to let urn to the stand on
Monduy to correct errors in his evl-
dilice ns oluflally reported.
AN INSURANCE DECISION'
Washington, Ott. 2s.- Only one de
cision was rendered III the llnltcd
States Supreme Court tiiday. It wan
the case of Fred A. McMusters. admin
istrator of F. E. Me.Masteis, formerly
a resident of thu State of lona. The
caEC Involved the question of wheth
er an Insurance policy goes Into ef
fect on the date of the application for
It or when tho policy Is delivered. In
this Instant e the application was made
on December 12. 1S93, and the policy
was delivered December 26, 18H3, when
the premium was paid,.
Provision was made for grace of a
month in the matter of payment of the
second premium. McMasters died Jan
uary 18, 1691, blx days after the ex
piration uf the month of grace. If it
was to be computed from December
12th, or eight days before Its explru
Hon, computing it from the 2Cth of
December, the anulvcisary of the de
livery of the premium. The Supreme
Court decided that tho grace began
only ufler the delivery of the premium,
thus holding the policy to bo good.
The opinion of the Circuit Court of
Appeals for the Eighth circuit wa& reversed.
Marks on the kitchen wall, which
havo been modo by careless hands In
striking matches, will disappear If
rubbed with the cut surface of n lemon
then with a cloth dipped In whiting.
Wash tho surface with warm soap and
water, and quickly wipe with a clean
cloth wrung from clear water.
from 2 to 9 p. m.
We will have our now store ready F
, for inspection and we want to see ev- yV
Tho store will be decorated with P
many beautiful flowers kindly loaned M
by Mr. S. E. Damon from his Moana-
lua residence, among which nro tho
rare Orchids. f
No shoes will be sold, but all who F
visit our opening will receive n ticket W
entitling them tq a chance for a pair
of shoes. P
The lucky ones may have their
choice of any pair of shoes In our w V
DON'T FORGET MONDAY.
fflNERNY SHOE STORE
Our buyer In New- York purchased
from one of the largest Hoys' Clothing
Manufacturers, who nro retiring from
business, nn Immense stock of Hoys'
Knee Suits, sizes from T to IS years,
and Hoys' Suits with long trousers, sizes
If. to IS years.
This slot 1. consists nf all wool goods
III Cheviots. Scotch Tweeds, Worsted
and IIIiih All Wool Serges.
We have ijsu of theso suits selling at
LESS THAN REGULAR VALUE.
750 PAIRS OF
BOY'S WHITE DUCK KNEE PANTS .
SPECIAL SALE PRICE 35c.
During this week wo will place on sale at 25 per cent less than
6000 YARDS OF EMBROIDERIES AND INSERTIONS.
This stock consists of the latest designs, and every plero Is
marked In plain figures.
This week we aro showing some of the handsomest cushion
covers, with backs, ever seen In Honolulu. Just this ono week
tho prices will be lowered to 45 cents each; then will rlso to their
IN OUR LACE DEPARTMENT,
v'on will find the daintiest and choicest creations, and tho se
lection Is very, large. Whether you como to us llrst or last we can
fill your order In this line.
THE NEILL SEASON is about to open nml wc enh fit you
out with (lloves, Handkerchiefs. Fine Dress Materials. Etc.
Pacific Import Co., Ltd.
ProgrcHH lllock, Port Street.
CLINTON J. HUTCHINS,
J. H.FISHER 4t cV-
Slock and Bond Brokers. "ty
AGENTS FOR V " . '
FIRE ASSOCIATION, of Phllsdelpht V
WESTERN ASSURANCE CO, of T(.
Offices Stangenwafd Bldfl, MtP
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE
Honolulu, November 7, loot
NAME OF STOCK
C. Br.wtr A Comriny
N S ichiDO.Co,ft
L.H.Knr St Co., LU..
Vm Pl.nf.ttnf, Co ...
Hawaiian Lorn & Su Co
Hawaiian Sugar Co ..
Honomu Sugar Co . .
HonokaaSugar Co ...
Ha'ku Sugar Co . .
Kahuku plantation Co
Klti.1 Plant e.o..ltJ,.. .
Klh-anulu Sugar Co ..,
atoloa Sugar Co .. ..
Kntia Surar Co.. at.
Mcffr) 4 Su Co..LJ,aa (
' Fl LP I
O.hu Sugar Co ,
fnomta Sugar Co
Ojkala Sugar Plan Co.
UaaSu Co.LU.. aal
Oil SuCo.LtJ, rJup
O.owaluComrany . ..
Paauhau Su. Plan. Co
Pacirc Sugar M'li
Pala Plantation Co ...
Pp'k" Sugar Co
Plon.tr Mill Co
Plonr.r Mill Co AlMl
Walalua Agr, Co,
Walluku Sugar Co...
Walmanalo Sugar Co
Wl in StcanuhlD Co
ltrrllana Swim N.Co
1aallan Utcirlc Co .
Hon. KiflJTSc tanJCo
Mutual t.ttthon Co
Oahu Rv Si Lani Co
raopit a let a K r g e.0
Flnt National Bank
Hawaiian Gov a Mr r.n'
Hllo l( R,Co.6ptTm
H1I0R. R.Co. oprrctn
Hjn. r-arlSTnnitt . .
fawa plant.! n 6 rcr cr.t
uanu K fli Lani Co. pre
imu riantalion ope
Olaa Plantation 6 PC.
Walalua Azrkul o I c
fl 000,0 x)
t 050,0 JO1
Snh'H - s Olaa, HrnoiKnbl'. 2
v;illapd e. down,
Halstead & Co.;
on Sugai Securities
407 Fort Street.
Stock and Bond Exchange.
Stock and Bond Broker
Member of Honolulu Stock Eichangi
OrJers lor the purchase or sale of stockt
ana bonJs carefully and promptly executed,
Loans negotiated. ,
Ground Floor, Judd Building.
Postoffice Box 193. Telephone 169
AlelNERlNV BLOCK. FORT ST.
For Sale !
Vnlualilc Inmlnesa property on Fori
Htreet, opposite KuUul. anil north of
tho Yoaemlto hiillillnR; 47 fee't front
nso hy ilt-pth of 90 it-e't.
Apply to '
JUDD & COMPANY, LTD.
307 Stangcnwnld IJulttllnjJ.
No More Dread
of the Dental Chair
TEKTII EXTHACTED AND FILLED
ABSOLUTELY WITHOUT PAIN b
our lato scientific methoil applied to the
gums. No sleep-producing agents 01
Theso ore the only dental parlors Iii
Honolulu having PATENTED APPLI
ANCES and Ingredients to extract, All
and apply gold crowns and porcelalo
crowns undectccable from natural teetb
and warranted for ten years, WITH
OUT THE LEAST PAIN. All work
done by GRADUATED DENTISTS ot
from 12 to 20 years' experience, and
each department In charge of a Special
ist Qlve us a call, and you will find
us to do exactly as we advertise. We
will tell you Inadvam-o exactly what
your work will' cost oy a FREE EX
AMINATION.1 Het Teeth S5.00
Gold Crowns SS.OU
Gold FIIMnfir CI.OO
Silver Fllllnga 50c
Our name alone will bo a guarantee
that your work will be of the best.
New York Dental Parlors,
Room 4. Elite Building, Hotel Hire"
LADIES IN ATTENDANCE.
Ex W. Jordan
NO. 10 HTORU
Ib nlvvnjs well to the front In pn
uluc Goods at l'alr Prices.
tho storo must keep In line with
other stores In frontage to tho
tho Government may ask mo to
move hack, which will lessen the
size of my store, and I must re
duce my Immense Stock to at
least one-half. I therefore Intend
GIVE ALL OF MY CUSTOMERS
the opportunity to buy goods at
never heard of hero. Como he
foro you buy elsewhere and you
will say my prices aro all right.
. i. uiiAuAat.. touUaV. Uk 'L