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EVENING BULLBTIN, HONOLULU, II. T THURSDAY. NOV. 14, 1MI.
I I orc!jr.
THERB'5 NO NICKNAHB to this Table
Linen Sale It's just a Plain Sale -Little
Price Take the Place of Big Words.
72-inh TABLE LINEN $1 per yard; Napkins to match. $2.80 per
dozen. Very handsome designs; "Jlcur de Lis," "Polka Dot"
and very pretty floral patterns.
GERMAN TABLE LINEN A very pretty quality of Double Satin
Damask; 11.60 per yard Instead of 12.00.
TABLE SETS, comprising One Tablecloth and One Dozen Nap
kins to match.. Newest designs; all sizes for ordinary or
TEA CLOTH Damask or Embroidered Irish Linen.
EXQUISITELY DELICATE OPERA CAPES AND BOAS
$12.00 TO $50.00.
Comprising all 'the latest models, with all of those new and dainty
'touches. In trimmings, IInlngr, collarK'.letc;, which mark' them as
being 'thoroughly In touch with th present 'modes. They are the
richest and most delicate fancies' It has ever been our good for
tune to Import.
B. F. EHLERS & CO., FORT ST.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Coolness and Comfort in the
Fiercest Heat - of - Summer.
is a dry mineral powder mixed with water only,
it is being usd successfully all over the Islands.
Estimates given (or any Iron roofs, from a sugar
mill to a small shed. Satisfaction guaranteed.
For further particulars, come in and see the
CALIFORNIA FEED CO:
A cozy corner, a copy of one of
the new books and Home one who
Is cnpable of discussing it.
Let us suggest the book; maybe
joti hnve hoard of these:
"IVrl urnl I," by Hstehellcr.
' "The Crisis." by Churchill.
"Ulennerna&sett," by Pidgin.
"Kim," by Rudynrd hipling.
"Kor Love or Crown, by March-ainont.
Wall, Nichols Co., Ltd.
HO is the name of the purest and
rookt wholesome line offoods manu
factured." Thfcyre principally break
fast preparations, Thu following Is a
list of them:
Farina 15c pkg
Rolled Oats 20c pkg
Breakfast Crisps 20c pkg
Bls-Kit Flour 20c pkg
Buckwhtat Flour ..25c A. 40s pkg
Tapioca 15c pkg
Corn Starch ....15c, 2 pkgs 25c
When You Dream of HO.
You Wako Up nu'ngry.
H. May & Co.
Boston Block, Fort Street.
Tels. 22, 24, 92. P. O. box 386.
In buying furniture from us.. Wo kccip
the very best grade of goodH and here,
' as nowhere else, can you get a belec
tlon to suit you BUlt you in quality;
suit you in price. '
This week wu mention from our lin
n enso stock;
WHITE ENAMELED AND SOLID
fiom J lip to $12.
BEAUTIFUL OAK CHIFFONIERS,
From $8.75 Upwards.
Mahogany and Oak Library Tables.
Secretary Oak Book Cases,
And an elegant new stock of
Hartshorn window shades made to
That's a sjmntom of a rundown
condition that many people bavo at
this time of year. Hut don't resort to
opiates. ou need 6 sytitem builier
something tlmt will glc tone, vim
and renewed fctrengtb.
fulfills a twofold duty; It's medicine
an well as food. It bullus up the whole
system, restores loss of appetite, and
n wlno kIbhu before bedtime will pro
duce found, refreshing Hleep. Royal
Malt Extract is the best that ripe bar
ley and rnroful brewing can produce
so Insist on having It.
25c or $2.50 by Dozen.
Hobron Dr u Co
Hole Agents. '
PORT AND KINO
Wholesale Importers and Jobbers.
European and American Dry Goods.
Fort and Queen Sts.
There may be no meeting of
Board of Health this afternoon.
The schooner Ada after a very rougl
trip from Kauai, arrived this morning.
The Jury trying Klkl for man
slaughter went out Just before noon
Auction sate of furniture and vege
tables tomorrow at 10 a. m. See Jan.
r. Morgan's column.
One dollar Isn't a large sum of mon
ey, yet It will buy one of the. popular
Biownlc cameras at Honolulu Photo
There will be a meeting of the Young
People's Union of Honolulu at the
Methodist church on Monday evening
Ollwa Kane, on appeal from convic
tion of heedlessly driving a tramcar,
was released by Judge Humphreys on
Capitol Square Is being treated to
fresh macadam, which will do away
with the abomlnablo miro In front of
the Ooera House.
Theannual meeting of the Pacific
Hardware Co., Ltd., was held this foro
lioon and officers for tho ensuing year
vi re elected. Bee ad In today's paper.
The -schooner Walalua recently pur
chared by K. O. Carrera for the Molo
kal trade returned from that Island
thin mornlug and In trying to make tho
lighthouse went ashore on the Ewa
side cf the channel about half way In.
She will be gotten off this afternoon.
The James Makee from Anabola ar
rived this morning. Bbo reports the
inugQCFi Kind or, wcaincr in crossing
the channel Mid all along the coast of
the Oat dm Ulo. There has been
great deal of rain and much tlmo was
lost waiting tor a chance to discharge
W. W. Campbell of Kobe, a through
passengpr In the Oat-lIc for the Orient,
was formerly Commodore of the Yoko
hama Yacht Club. He was the designer
of the yacht Malolo now the property
ijf Albert. Wntrrhousc. While In the
city he will be entertained by Mr. Wv
Antone Haraboza, who appealed
from the District Court on conviction
of malicious Injury, .changed his plea
before Judge Humphreys to guilty and
was sentenced to pay a fine of one cent
without costs. His offense conslstod
in running off. with Sever Eugene Luc
ia's horse for a lark.
The regular weekly meeting of the
different committees In c burse of tho
fair and luau for the benefit of the
Catholic Sisters will be held at the
club rooms In the Mission grounds to
morrow evening at 10 o'clock. All la
dies invested are cordially asked tc
Tho heavy rain and change of the
utmospbero during the hours of th
night plujri-d havoc with the system of
those susceptible to colds. There ar
many walklng.the Rtreet today with
silk handcrkcrchlcfn about' their necks
or other kinds of handerkerchlefs con
Ktantly at their noses.
The htcamer Nilhau from Punaluu
arrived this morning. The weather on
Hawaii has been exceedingly rough
unci at times work had to be suspend
ed At Punaluu a boat load of sugat
was lost. The Mauna Loa waa mot
there. She wis to go to Kallua for a
load of cattle and is expected Ucr
early In the morning as usual.
There was n meeting of the Planters'
Association this forenoon. When It
was sought to find what the business
if the meeting had been, the answer
came back very quickly that tho trus
tees had met in executlta session.
However, It has been learned that the
session hud to do primarily with rats.
The house of S. W. Shaw on South
street was entered last night by bur
glars. An amount of money was stol
en from one of tho pockets of Mr.
Shaw's tioiisei-H. Ilesldes this, the un
feeling robber took Mr. Shaw's shoes
iii'd Btockings and the gold 8octaelen
of Mrs. Bliaw. The whole steal
amounts to about $35.
U Ws been reported at the .police
station that on Monday night last
rubber entered tho ofilces of the Ha
waiian Hardware Co. on Kott street
and blew up a safo there. It secmB that
the person or personB bod mlstuken
one of the safes for sale as tho one bo
lunging to the office and had directed
M bis efforts toward getting into IL
When lie found out his mistukn he was
evidently too disgusted to continue his
march after gold, so he packed up hi
toola and left the place, a sadder but
much wiser man.
. 'A'-. .L HOPP fv CO..
The Leading Furniture Dealers.
K,ng and Bethel Sts
H. Hackfeid& Co., Ltd.
General Cennissioi' Agents;1
Cor. Fort and Queen Streets, Honolulu.
THIS SPACt RESERVED
Do Yon Write Your Own Letters?
S.ivc time (which i
niwirv) ;uU hnvc
J. D. AVERY,
pwijellt. wrllr thtm
Tel. VUIn 76. Over lint & Cu't
Tho play to be given this ovenlng
ui iuq upera House liy Mr. Nelll and
the Nolll company will bo "Itosomnry. '
written iy Louis N. Parker and Mur
ray Carson. The play Is a minunUe
one In four nets and the story Is a
pretty tale of love. "Ilnveiiiury" was
flrM. produced by John Dniw nt the
Lyceum Theater, now York, where It
ran an entire season. This evening
Mr. Ncill will bo seen as Blr Jasper
Tnorndyke, and Miss Dean as Dorothy
Orulcksbank. the performance will
Mtninence at 8 o'clock.
"Tho Case of Rebellious Susan," tho
brilliant comedy by Henry Arthur
Jones, with its serious prnhlems coa
tealed under bushels of gay dialogue,
will bo acted tomorrow nv ulng by
,.r., j anion Nelll and bis famous dra
tuattc company that' 'stands first In
tho ranks of high-class organizations
that visit this city. Mr. Nelll Is said
to be seen at bis best In the role of
the calm, wlso and cynical undo, who
In his unostentatious way manipulates
all of the other charscturs. Owing to
the fact that thlu greatest play from
the pen of one of tho world a greatest
(ml most successful playwrights has
nuvor.been seen In this city will give
u crispuess anl a newness to tlio com
edy here. Mr. NelU's delightful organ
l?tition is said to pi event tho piny with
nil tho seriousness that underline the
comedy elements; tho tragic-comedy
of tho mnrrliigo problem nro -ully np
preclnteil by each member.
Tho star hlniBolf Is said to net tho
part of hir Richard Kato with remark
ublo poise nnd case, preserving the
wisdom and benevolent cynicism that
makes the chaructor both unique and
Bake tubs for sale; Fountain Saloon.
A cottage la wanted. Bee Want col
umn on page .
White servant wanted for general
housework. See Specified ads.
Blank books of all sorts, ledgers, etc,
manufactured by the Bulletin Publish
Pair of tortoise shell opera glasses
lost In front of Opera House. Bee Lost
David Lawrence 4c Co., Ltd., are now
having their first annual clearance sale
and arc selling good cigars for llttls
George Hopper, a native of Schenec
tady, N. Y aged 2, died at the Queen'
hospital on Tuesday of valvular heart
The regular weekly rehearsal of the
Philharmonic Society of Honolulu will
be held this evening In Pauahl hall, at
One hundred and ten lota have been
sold at. College Hills In the past eight
months. The purchase price amounts
Bourbon whiskey 6 years old, $3.60;
claret, 50 cents; sherry and Tokay, 75
cents a gallon kt Hoffschlaeger Co.'s,
A correct time table relative to the
movements of Coast steamers Is pub
lished In the upper left band corner
of the front page of this paper.
Honolulu Photo 'Supply Co. besides
doing the b-st printing and developing
In the city for the least money; supply
amateur and professionals with all
Don't forget Camarlnos of the Cali
fornia Fruit Market when you want
fruit and vegetables. He always has
on hand a fresh supply of both Califor
nia and Island fruits. Telephone Mato
An up-to-date night school wilt be
opened in the turen Kintna building
next Monday night. This, school has
the approbation of Honolulu's leading
educators and will be In charge of a
college man of fourteen years' experience.
Tonight Is the time when the lloruu
Rulers expect to make a fight, 0110 nldn
for tbu retention of the name "Inde
pendent Home Rule" and the other
side for the change as suggested by
ueiegam Wilcox to the name of "lit'
publican Home Rule.
(it-orge. K. Hoardman vs. fireman's
I'und Insurance Company was heurd
by the Supreme Court yesterday after
noon, enter Justice I-roar being dis
qualified on account of bis father's. In
terest In defendant. Cecil Brown of the
bar sat as substitute Justice.
Ktkl'a trial for manslaughter In the
Circuit Court was not completed yes
terday. The case for the prosecution
is that the defendant, killed llombay
beating and kicking .m while both
were confined in the same cell at the
police station for drunkenness.
Anonc having wearing apparel for
nun, women or children that Is of no
further use to them, arc asked to leave,
the same at the offices of E. O. Hall ft
Son on Fort street. A request for
clothes has come from the leper settle
ment at Moloksl for second hand cloth'
Ing, shoes, etc.
The Dcpartmtnt of Agriculture and
Forestry received' a. letter from Wash'
Ington today in which Information re
garding tbe growth of the Egyptian
clover In the Islauds Is asked for.
Wray Taylor woa seen this morulng
and hn,stated tbnt he could make very
gooa report or the plant
Articles of association were filed yes
terday by the Hanupepe Bukery, Ltd.,
with it capital stock of J2500. Tho
office of this association Is at H.ina
.H'lio, Kiiuiil. and the corporation Is
limited to ten years. The stockholders
are Norman Orclg, B. II. Hoya, J. A.
Palmer. T. Kumutsu, F. J. Swadllng
find M. j. May,
At 9: 15 o'clock today Deputy Sher
iff Chllllugwortli was again subpoena
ed to appear before tho Federal Court
and so it was necessary to coutlnue
the. Police Court canes that bad not
het-n finished up to that time. This
makes the third day that Mr. Chilling
worth has been.'ca.llediupjn tbe,dlreo-'
tlon of tbe Government building.
There will bu a meeting of the Ho
nolulu Association Football Club In
tbe headquarters of tho Scottish This
tle Club at 8 o'clock tonight. Kvery
member Is requested to be present, as
matters of great interest will he dis
cussed. Thu at'Hociatlon men will prac
tlcu on thu drill Bhed grounds this
afternoon at tbu usual time, weather
The Mailo Illma club Is keeping up
Its enthusiasm In football In great
shape. After tbe boys', bad indulged
In their regular piftct!e! ytnlay all
ernoon and after! they bBd1 finished
dinner, they gathered again at thcli
headquarters and had a fino time. Biv
(Ides play, they. Indulged In a little
worlc. At about 9 o'clock, a footbal
was brought out and signals were r-
neurseii by tno team members.
J. Lino Kamoku appeared in the t'o
lice Court this rorcnuon on thrcu
charges of selling liquor without a li
cense. Attorney Kaulukou appeared
for the defendant, and at his request
tbe case was continued until tomor
row. Lino's case has been positioned
1 vers I times, and it was thought that
It would go to trial this forenoon. It
seems that yeBtcrday the dufeudaut
changed attorneys and so, of course,
tbu new man' was entitled to one con
W. N. Dunn appeared In the Police
Court this forenoon on the charge of
assault and battery on a Chinaman.
Ah Kwal by name. The defecdaut
pleaded guilty, stating that he had
struck the Chinaman In self-defense.
Judge Wilcox snld that such a state
ment nmounted to a plea of not guilty
Biid thereupon set the case tor tomor
row. The Chinaman hit by Dunn Is
very badly bruised about the head and
both eyes, jihow a tendency to close
without much further provocation.
A fine new two story building Is Just
being completed on Ilcrutanla street,
adjoining tbu Progress block. II. L.
Kerr Is the architect, and tho build
ing Is for Trunk Hiistuce, Tho ground
Moor contains two largo stores nnd two
epncloiiH warehouses at tho back, to
which a ten-foot lane louds irom Chnp
Ir.ln limn. Tho npperstnry contains
sixteen hrgo ronma sultivblo for of
flees or for -lodging purposes. Tho
Wc have the pleasure of thanking
the largo numbers of pcoplo who visit
ed our opening, and hopo to seo tbcm
often. Here are, tbe lucky numbers
that won the shoes. Is'yours beret
4T&3 4750 277 10 3903
42M 42 1(70 2810 3915
IVI'INERNY SHOE STORE
Unusual Low Prices Make Immense Selling
New thtnes come in every steamef, and If you come In any
day this week you will find tots of new, fresh styles, including
Tailor-made Boys' Suits, In
Scotch tweed, worsted and blue
serges, of the very latest cuts.
ONE LINE OF
Boys' Blue Cheviot Knee Pants.
sites from Uvu to fifteen years; '
special price this wek, X3.00 per
of a lino of Boys' all-wool
Scotch Tweed Suits; special this
week at (3.00 per suit.
WHILE THE LOT LASTS
wu will sell a line of Boys'
Worsted all-wool Suits, the reg
ular prlcu of which is $3.00, for
wu am offering In tho line of
vlllue Hergu Dresa Suits, for
.boys, in all sites. We guaran
tee satisfaction or money re
turned. OUR BLOUSE DRESS SUITS
are far better than ran be
found anywhere else In the city,
and the prices cannot be dupli
cated. Wu Invito an inspection
of this department, nnd all oth
ers as well.
Like the abovu mentioned ar
ticles,, you will find these goods
a genuine bargain, 'excellently
made, good fitting, serviceable.
We curry only makes from tho
most reliable manufacturers,
nnd know their worth.
Dress Golf Skirts
The very latest cuts are go
ing at from tC.50 to I.50, and
we have them In all shades, in
cluding dark grays, black and
medium shades of green.
Great Towel Sale
The good reliable thing that
every housekeeper wants In
her outfit, nt greatly reduced
prices. One week only. ONB
HUNDRKD AND SIXTY DOZ
EN TURKISH TOWKuS.
Direct Importation from the
looms. They are thu well-known
Star and Crescent Towels, and
prices are given below:
Large sized bleached Turkish
Towels, full weight, ll.VS per
KXTRA HEAVY Bath Tow
els, with fancy borders, reduc
ed from 11.00 to 13.50 pcruloz.
Hero wc offer an unusual bar
gain. Wu reduce these heavy
Towels, with fancy bordera,
from lii.OO per dozen to (4.50.
J. H. FISHER
Stock aid Bud Brrtcn.
PIRE ASSOCIATION, of PtvllaeHtfMti
WESTERN ASSURANCE CO, f To
HONOLULU STOCK BXCHANGB
Honolulu, November 14. 1901
KAMI OF STOCK
C. ftrtvtf ft CMny,
LB. Kmt k C LU..
noaoffu ufr -o ...
Hosoku Sufir C....
sattumi eunution t.o.
Klptiuhi SutM C,
gotat Sufir C.......
0buSuir Com ..
OikiUSurM CUB. Ca
(Jus Su. Co.. Lie.,
O.owtlu Ccwraoy.. ..
Patuluu Su. Pits. Co
PjU plMMMon Co,...
Ptftttfcea Sugar Ce ...
plwxt Mill Ca. Atwt
WiUIvm Art- Ce..
Wallulm Sugar C ....
Walnasato Sural Co
Walou MM Co
Wl 4w Slaaaililp Co. .
tttr-lt'an4 Skum N.O
Mufual TttopHun Co ..
PMf M't ! K I f (.,
Flrat National Bank...
nno h. K. 10. ft ftfeen
fevo Plantat'n ft Mff tan
Oitvu Plantation ft c
uiaa nantatioftj e p c.
Walalua Agtkul. ft p c
PACIFIC IMPORT CO., Ltd.
ProgrcHH Block, Fort Street.
V.'ILURD E. BftOWN,
Halstead & Co;;
on Sugai Securities
407 Fort Street.
Slock and Bond Exchange.
Stock and Bond Broker
CLIINTOM J. HUTCH11NS,
BpnC'"" it vr r
MclNERNY BLOCK. PORT ST.
Member of Honolulu Stock Exchingi
Orders tor the purchase or sale of stocks
ana bonds carefully and promptly execuUi,
f"trnnn.l PlA.f. tAA H,,rDft
Postofiice Box 390. Tefepbocr ids.
Judd & Co., Ltd,
807 Stangcnwajld Building.
P. O. Box 687. Tel. Main 8118
All mtrlt erases tho moment we per
form an act for the sake of Its cos
scqiiincts. Truly In this rorwet "w
have our rev.nrd." Wilb-lin on Humboldt.
No More Dread
of the Dental Chair
TEETH EXTRACTED AND FILLED
AIISOMJTKLY WITHOUT I'AIN bj
jur l&to Hclcntlflc method applied to th
lu'm'a. No eleop-produclng uenU 01
Thi'sr 11 ro tbe ouly dental parlon In
Honolulu having PATENTED APPLI
ANCES and Ingredients to extract. All
ind apply gold crowns and porcelain
crowns undeetccable, from natural teeth
and warranted for ten yearn, WITH'
OUT THE LEAST PAIN. All wori.
done by OHADOATKD DENTISTS of
from i: to 20 years' experience, and
each department In cburgo of a Special
ist. Give us a call, And you will, find
us to do exactly as we advertise. W
will tell you In advance exactly what
your work will cost oy a FUEE KX
Set Teeth $SOO
dold Crown StYOO
Gold FllllnHa 91 OO
Silver Fillings 80c
ImlldliiK will ln coinialoipu nnd ready
Tor pontp-incy liy tho lirst of the
n 1 mm .
Our nniiifi nlono will ho a guarnnt
thtit your work be of the best.
New York Dental Parlors.
rioom t. Elite nulldlng. Hotel Htroe
LADIKd IN ATTENDANCE.
Ex W. Jordan
NO. 10 STORE
1h aUaya well to the front In r.n
ulne ClooJe at Fair Prices.
the store must keep In line with
other stores In frontage to tbe
I 'the Oowrnment may ask me to
move hark, which will lettsen the
slio cf my ntori and I must re
duce tny ImmeniM Stock to at
loant pnehslf. therefore Intend
GIVE ALL OF MY CUSTOMERS
tho opportunity to buy goods at
never heard of hern. Come b
foro you buy vlsuwhere and .you
will tny my prleea aro nil right.
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