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ttVENINO BULLETIN, hOa.OLULU, H. T., THURSDAY, DEC. 6, 1901.
taking out of tacks, etc., if
you have rugs on your floots. We are now showing
a very handsome collection of these very desirable
floor coverings at very reasonable prices. Come and
inspect them, you are sure to be pleased.
Smyrna Rugs, 4x7, Price $10.00
" 6x9, " 20.00
" 7xio, " 30 00
Wilton Rugs, qi2, " 45.00
Axmlnster Rugs, ::::::
: : : : Stfxioyi, Price 27.00
and a host of others too numerous to
mtntion. We also have n splendid
selection of Axml.ister Foot Stools.
1 Positively the finest lot of Tap-
PORTIPRC "try "ortleies ever imported to H 4A C7
a UnilLHJ Honolulu. Newest designs of V l" V
rare b auty as handsome a collection to choose from ev r se.'n
Great Lace Curtain Sale Still Continues. If you haven't
lookd over these curtains, do so at once; there arc some
B. F. EHLERS & CO., FORT ST.
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 for any iron roofs, from a sugar
mill to a smalt shed. Satisfaction guaranteed.
For further particulars, come in and see the
CALIFORNIA FEED CO;
WALL, NICHOLS CO., LTD.
BUY YOUR 'XMAS
BUY YOUR 'XMAS
ti ii I 1 1
BUY YOUR 'XMAS
If your carpets are
soiled we will
take them up.
clean them, and
relay them foryou
at very little cost.
given on : : : i !
: : : application.
BOPP & CO.,
Leading Furniture Dealers
Cor. Riogand Betbel Sts.
are preferable to carpets or
matting as floor covering
because they can be easily
lifted and cleaned. If you
want to have a dance In
your home, there is no
After wi'fliH ot preparation our storo
Is ready for inspection. Santa Clans
U hero to nssist and hns placed his
letter box In nur storo. Kach and ev
ery Ilttlo boy mid girl on tho Islands lu
InUted to wrilo to him. A beautiful
doll is offered im n prlzo to tho llttl.i
Kirl and a II 110 (ouster wagon to tho
l(ttl boy writing tho most original let
ter. On Xinax lCo they will bo opened
and prizes awaidud by representative 1
from tho Honolulu press. I'rizcs on
exhibition In our windows. : : : :
WHYTE & HACKAY
W. C. Peacock & Co.,
A Smooth Scotch Whiskey
Drink No Other.
TEL MAIN 64.
Mra. ft. tl. Williams
Art Embroidery and Stamping.
Full line of Art Materials : :
Art Embroidery Taught : :
Love Rull(llnt, Fort Streev
M. Phillips & Co.
Wholesale Importere and Jobbers.
European and American Dry Goods.
Fort and Queen Sts.
H. Hackfeid& Co., Ltd.
General Commission Agents.
Cor. Fort and Queen 8treeta, Honolulu.
THIS 6PACt RESERVED FOR
Governor Dote said: "It Is best to
bo particular about the authenticity
Accuracy Is next In Importnnro. Ac
curate copies nro guaranteed when
J. D. AVERY, Public Typewriter.
Tel. Main 1,
Over Harts, Hotel 8t.
II IH PROTESTS
Kmll Ney, tho descendant of the fa
mous Marshal of Trance appeared In
the Police Court this forcnonn on thn
charge of drunkenness. The defendant
at first pleaded guilty but later, during
the course of his lung argument bcforn
Judge Wilcox, he ndmlttcd having tak
en quite n good deal of wine.
Key said that he had been hounded
by the pollen and that tbero was hard
ly a day some ono of the papers did
not say something detrimental to him.
tie was not nwaro ho was n nulsanco
to the community and had nlway
found himself In a position to take cars
of himself. !
This done, Key stnrtcd In on tho estate of Annie Nukunul, deceased, Is
pollc officer who arrested him and said published In this Issue,
that he hn3 beaten and kicked him Mccl lllC nl tho Koimtaln-the popu
both on tho occasion of the arrest las lar co crcam nnJ goda w(llcr rcBorl.
night and In tho pollco station yard Wnl, Nchoig Co- Ult.
previous to his appearance in court. . , . ,,. . , , .
Certainly tho omcer must know who ho , Tll, n,Ic"t Christmas present I. 1 ..
was. He was tho bailiff In the Circuit f Mnlla cigars. Lee loma & Co
Court and he should not have been " 33 K1"S " Un
treated In mich n discourteous manner, Bourbon whlskty 6 years old, J3.60,
Jitdgo Wilcox tried to shut Mr. Ney claret, fU cents; sherry and Tokay, 75
off hut It was no good. He begnn 00 cents a gallon at Horfsehlaeger Co.'s,
hl citizenship and ended with howthey King street.
treat a person "n the Mainland when
be has Imbibed a tittle too much fire
water. A man wns never arrested un
til ho had mode himself a nuisance.
Ofllcer Hubhrl, who made tho ar
rest, stated that ho had found Ncy on
Nuuanu street between 11 and 12
o'clock last night and that tho latter,
In attempting to get across the street,
had hugged n telephone pole In order
to support himself. Tho prosecuting
officer asked the policeman what would
have happened had Ney not found the
post and the answer was that ho would
Rurcly have tumbled Into tho street.
That ended the testimony and tho de
fendant was fined 12 and costs.
Prince David Kawananakna com
pletely fooled all his friends who hap
pened to be down on the Oceanic wharf
yesterday afternoon to witness the de
parture of the Alameda for the Coast.
It had been whispered about that ha
was expecting to go with Hon. Samuel
Parker nnd n great many friends worn
prepared with lets und flowers to give
the Prince a fine send-off. In response
to repeated questions, he nnsnercd that
be bad no intention of leaving nnd so
bis neck and hat went unadorned.
Only one or two of his most Intimntn
friends having been let In on the fact
that ho was going to thn Coast, his
secret was safo and he kept tip his
simulation until nfler the steamer had
got well away from tho wharf. Then
ho appeared for Just an instnnt on the
deck of the steamer. He had Intended
going all the while hut did not care to
huvo people In gmeral know of it until
he was safe nnd away. What his mis
sion is cannot he learned from his
friends. Hoecr, it Is believed that
ho Is going pn to Washington nffrr
having spent n short time In Ran Fran
Cincinnati, Nov. 17. William Bran
oon, who for nearly a decude has suf
fered ostracism from the American
turf, has been reinstated at Latonla.
Tho offense which made Ilrnnnou an
outcast wns the supposed "rlnglug In"
or thn noted old horse Tanner under
tho unmo of I'nlk Iludgct at Latoula,
on which ho cleaned up something like
$30,000. llrnnnon tiulncd tho horso on
tho plko outsldo of Latonla, and no
body knew unythlng about him until
after tha coup. Polk Iladget opened
at 40 to 1, und was backed down to 8
to fi. Jockey Keith had tho mount,
and tried to make n close finish, but
the horse got his head and finished
away In front,
Drnnuoii ncer claimed tho purse.
Ho cashed his tickets and walked tho
horse to a stable In this city, and that
night the animal wag hidden behind
some freight In a baggage car, painted
to prevent recognition by tho officials,
and shipped direct to Jersey City, Tht
tiail grew so hot that he had scarcely
reached the stable there when ho was
taken out and shipped to Hopklnsvllle,
Tenn. Tha horse Is dead, also the
jockey who rode him. Judge Perkins
said he thought Urannon had suffered
punishment enough, and gave hlmre
Instatement In the nature of a pardon.
TRUANTS IN COURT.
There were two truant In tho Police
Court (his forenoon. The flFst one
called up was a Portuguese boy, Antone
Rosa by name. When asked what he
had to say to tho charge that he had
been absent from school for seventeen
days, he replied that he hnd been fish
Ing down at the wharves. Judgo Wll
cox told tho boy he did not care to
send him over to the reform school
for the first offense. There had been a
great many better people than himself
who had dono the same filing In their
younger days. Antone promised he
nould go back to school and IiIh moth
er was told to take the boy home,
The second truant was Ah Foo, n
Chinese lud. When aBked what ho had
to say, tho little fellow replied that
he did not ;et smart soon enough to
please him. Hcsirii-s that , ho often
found that ho was too tired to attend
school. The father of tho boy was
asked to tell his story. In reply, he
uld ha had once before had his son
arrested on the charge of truancy. The
hoy hnd not minded him but had gone
off from time to tlmo with a lot of
hoodlums and he thought It high time
bo should bo restrained, Tho boy was
sent over to tho reform school tor six
King Edward's order that nt hla
coronation Identical honors shall be
paid to presidents and crowned heads
'h the onn great rent In tho fabric ol
medlaovallsm which ho purposes to
exhibit to a gaping twentieth centurj
world. New York World.
Postage on the Bulletin's special In
dustrial edition Is tnroe cents to all
I parts ot the States.
NK MID DEPARTS
LOCAL AND GENERAL
The Bulletin's special Industrial edi
tion can be obtained at this office or
the newsstands. Price 25 cents.
Itlcyclc on Young street
1 hero was no meeting of the Exec
utho Council this morning.
ijtu, iiuiinti, iliu juneicr, has re
mmed lu (No. 1U3, Masonic Temple.
Chinese clalmn arc ntlll engaging
tho audition ot mo Lire Claims Com
'ino town has been vcrv quiet to
day. Not a Blnglo arrest was made up
to the noon hour.
1-robatc notice In the matter of tho
Corns and ingrown toenails success
fully treated by Dr. lloglc, chiropodist.
Arlington block, Hotel strtct. Outside
calls promptly attended to.
Tho Supremo Court adjourned for
tho day at 12 o'clock out ot respect
to tne memory of Johnson NIcIccub,
the llllo attorney who cue last mgnt.
(luy Livingston bns been appointed
sole agent In this Territory for II. A.
Heppncr & Co. of San Francisco, man
ufacturers of structural Iron and iron
Work on tho Kcwnlo district sowers
Is progressing under Vincent & llclscr,
contractors. It Is rai..er slow on ac
count of n great deal of pumping and
will tnko four or flvo months to com
An Ideal Christmas gift would be a
kodak. Thn Honolulu Photo Supply
Co. hag a fine assortment of all kind
of kodaks and cameras nnd Invite you
to their store to sec them.
George Hubbcl, one of the members
of tho polico force, who returned re
cently Irom a acntlou, has been put
on as a foot-policeman. I10 was lor
n'trly day clerk t the receiving sin
tlou. which place una been taken by
Special umcer Mckinnou.
The Honolulu Investment Company
has milled an cxtensUe Insurnnco busi
ness to Its nlready strong sources of In
come. I ho Investment Company now
teprcsents lending life nnd fire Insur
unco companies of tho world.
No arrests have yet been made lu
connection' with the possible murder
of Hermann l.ubccK. Too pollco nru
Unding tho problem a very knotty one.
They are working on what slight
clows they have obtained but nae nut
met with any success whatever.
Ily direction of the Superintendent
of Public Works, tho oince of I ho Keg
istry of Ciinwyaiiti'H is about to uc
tnoroughly renovated, U has not hnd
an meriiutillug lor many )c.irs ami Is
Icul. lleslilcs nnvlng tne walls talsn-
mined the ntlke will liruo new furni
ture nnd a new arrangement ot mini
J.J. Arrnll nns hi ought suit for dl
roreo against niillhcrminn J. Arrnll
on tho charge of desertion. Petitioner
slates that he has reason to believe
his wife has been leading a dlsrcpu
table Ufa nnd that sho nau been con
8tn.ntty In the company of disreputable
women. He asks that .n bo given tne
custody of the child. J. M. Vlvns has
been retained by ...ci ..Delimit.
Tho steamer Kauai, which has been
on the marine inllwuy for several
weeks cumo off yesterday and her place
Aiis taken h- the steamers Kiieim and
Iveauhnu. The former vessel has been
In the water for over two jears nnd
there was a wonderful mnrlno growth
on her bottom. She will bo ready for
service on the Pearl Harbor bar In
about a week.
Thn Porto ltlcnu who was so badlv
cut In a fight with a countryman In
Nuuanu valley the other uny Is still
living, although hn Is in a critical con
dition at tho hospital. Tho cut In his
side, made by the razor of his assail
ant, measures fully eight inches, and
It la very deep. Tho man who com
mitted, tho assault Is being held at the
polico station to await tno recovery
or otherwise of tho man III tho hospi
Walahao appeared In the Polico
Court this forenoon on tho chnrgo ot
assault and battery on his wife, Kelll
kahlklna.by name. Judgo Wilcox suc
ceeded in patching up the quarrel and
sent the young people homo. 'The de
fendant let tho cat out of the bag
when he stated that his wife had taken
a host ot relatives to the bouso.and
planked them down on him. Ho'Vas
a hard-working man and had all ho
could do to support himself, his wlfo
and bis child without being siddlrd
with a lot of relatives.
Win, Hoopll was one of the natives
who appeared before Judgo WIIcqx
this forenoon on tho charge of drunk
enness. Ho was a sight to behold. The
whole left side of his face looked as If
It bad been sent through a threshing
machine. Wm. Hoopll is better known
fo tho polico as "llarcfootcd 11111" and
this Ib the first time on record that hn
Iibb appeared In the Polite Court on
tho charge named. However, ho has
been there numerous times on the
shargo of larceny,
What Is Age?
Upon ono occasion, when Sir Mount
lttmrt Grant Duff wns In tho company
if tha distinguished physician, tho late
ilr Andrew Clark, their talk turned
ipon old ago. Asked to define, nge,
3lr MountBtuart took rcfugse In the
nnventlon view by which a woman Is
ho "n sho looks and tho man the agg
"Well enough for society." comment
ea Sir Andrew, "hut what Is ago?"
"Suppose you define it," suggested
"It seems to me," replied Sir An.
drew, "that age begins when wo ceaso
to bo ablo to adapt ourselves to thn
changes In our environment. A man
who cannot do this Is already aged,
whatever tho sum of his 5 cars."
"That reminds me," said Sir Mount,
vtuart, "of a Btory told of n caller upon
Cardinal Newman during U(Revero ill
lets. 'Ho Is very III.' the observer
luld; 'neveitheless. I don't think ho In
;o!ng to die. Ho has a great deal nt
l.ulln read to him, and ho Is made al.
nighty cross by tho fnlsu quantities!'"
"That Is deep sea Bounding." Sir An
diew remarked. -Youth's Companion.
NTINERNY SHOE STORE
These columns present a list of goods of unusual value nnd
the prices arc far below thoso of other houses, for the reason that
In buying such an Immense stock our New York Buyer has made
a great deal, and being out of tho high-rent belt wo can offer
better Inducements than our down-town competitors.
The prices are not the only consideration; you will find tho
stock complete, and we tccl euro that there Is not another storo
In town that presents such a Dnu assortment.
This department Includes tho
best American and Curopcan
Mcchnnlcal Toys, Animal Arks,
Fire Cl'glucs, Hose, Carts, Toy
Wagons, IlulldlnR II locks.
Games of alt kinds; In short,
Toys of every description.
Useful articles which will
mnku handsome presents for
either ladies or gentlemen, and
submit tho following list to
List of Articles.
Toilet Sets, Hand Painted
Necktie Iloxes, Hand Painted
Handkerchief Boxes, Work
boxes, Hand Painted Collar und
Cuff Iloxes. Manicure Sets, Jew
el Boxes, Photo Cnses. Smokers'
Sets, Shaving Sets, Albums.
Aro also Included In this depart
ment, and wo have just receiv
ed a fine assortment by tho Ala
meda. Tho fact is wo received
more than wo actually need, so
In order to dispose of them all
wo will sell them at a discount
of 25 per cent.
They aro fine Umbrellas at
the original prices, nnd with the
discount nro a great bnrgaln.
Largo assortment ot handles
to choose from.
PACIFIC IMPORT COMPANY, "
PpoftrewB lllock. Fort Street.
CLINTON J. HUTCHINS,
MclNBRNY BLOCK. PORT ST.
No More Dread
of the Dental Chair
TEETH EXTRACTED AND FILLEL
ABSOLUTELY WITHOUT PAIN b)
our late scientific method applied to tht
gums. No sleep-producing agents 01
These are the only dental parlors U
Honolulu having PATENTED APPLI
ANCES and Ingredients to extract. Ill
and apply gold crowns and porcclalL
crowns undectecable from natural teetl
and warranted for ten years, WITH
OUT THE LEA8T PAIN. All worl
dono by OIIADUATED DENTISTS ol
from 12 to 20 years' experience, and
each department In churgo of a Special
1st Qlve us a call, and you will And
ub to do exactly as wo advertise. w
will tell you In advance exactly whai
your work will cost oy a FREE EX
Set Teeth SB 00
Gold Crowns SS.00
Gold FllllnCH eiOO
Nllver Fillings 80c
Our name alone will be a guarantee
that your work will be of the best.
New York Dental Parlors.
Room 4, Elite Building, Hotel Street
LADIES IN ATTENDANCE.
Wo arc now In shapo nnd prepared
to meet our customers.
Our Immense stock of new styles aro
Tho ladles' Manlsh nnd tho men's
Collego lasts aro In tbo height of pop
ularity, and seem to sell themselves.
Next week wo shall Itcmlzo somo
of these, so thnt you might know how
one, up to date, should bo dressed.
AND OPAL WARE.
This Is something now this
year, and Includes many cholco
Such articles mako pretty
presents. Wo have a specialty
largo assortment. J'Hccb from
25c to $5.
Wo hnvo Imported direct from
Switzerland, tho very latest
production of Handkcrchlcls.
nnd aro proud of tho assort
ment wo can now show you. Wo
hnvo Handkerchiefs ot tho
finest linen, hemstitched or em
broidered, both for ladles nnd
for gentlemen, besides a stock
of Lace Handkerchiefs. We
would like everbody Interested
In this department to come and
see the Embroidered Handker
chiefs wo oiler at 25c.
We have tho very prettiest
ones. In all sizes; prices from
10c to $5.
Handsomely dressed Dolls In
silks and satins, etc.
Largo Dolls arescd In tho
vcrv latest Btylcs of dresses.
Undresed Kid Dolls, Jointed
Dolls. Hag Dolls and Doll Dons.
All kinds of Dolls.
f &IT' Wll
A Santa Claus
- - IN SHAPE OP - -
2 ON -ALL -TOYS
JVf BOUGHT FROM MB TO
-rTlE). TUB 10th OF DCCEMBER
of goojs ordered before Intcn-
j tlmt ot altering front of store.
All miibt be cleared out : ; :
E. W. JORDAN'S
J. H. FISHER
Stuck and Bond Brokers.
FIRE ASSOCIATION, of Phlladelphtv
WESTERN A88URANCE CO, of T
Offices Stangenwald Bldg., Ml t
HONOLULU KTOCK HXCHANGB
Hnpnliilh December 5. loot
KVME OF STOCK '.JJJ 'ii ' DIJ ',k,
C. Rr..r Si Cnmranv ,tmy 'oo 4M
M S l ctu t O Co.t'l. Co, 100
L H. Ken 6 Co., LU t.i o
ri Pltn'itlop Cn .. womo to utf
HawillinAffflcutruMlCo t,mo,cuo too tvs
H"inrnm&SuCo !,1lt,T inn...,
Haoilun Surir Co ... tono,o r t'
Monomu Si.pif Co to.w too itft
MonnfciaSiie' Co . a 000.000 ao it .
Ha'ku Suirar Co ... ywooo 100 ... too
katitikii Plinuilon Co (oo,or ti
Klfrll'UnlCo. Ill, 1010000 y o.
KtiaholiiSotar Co xto.oa tot 101
KoloSuirCo wcom, tor.... 1(5
MrntvJiuCo..LJ. !. ao ...
O'tw Jul C.. ,000.000 too 91
f10!fl usaf Co .. ,oro.w 10 ...
Otkala Suar Plan Co wvn, o I). ,,,...
OUa S11. Co . Lli , at ' a.onn c
OlaaS CoLU. rlr 1 ono k
Oowalu Company ... tjoooo 'on ... u
Plat hauSu. Plan Co n.w as.
racintf suirai Mill... 1000m too. ato
fall Plantation Co .. too 100
Opulceo Sueaf Co . m"" tor,... ttj
Plonwf MIIICo.. aio.oCT- too
Plonnr Mill Co. Aiki jooono tir , . 41
Walalua Ap. Co , joo.000 l J)
WalloltuSurarCo... ?oo.toe i.
Wjlmanalo Sucat Co Ma.ooo 1 M)
Waloiti Mill Co tai.ooo toe
9fi or Steamahlp Co too 000 too too
ll-lalini Strain N.Co aooooo too So
tfaoatlan t'tcttlc Co )m,ooo too ,,
Hon. Rapid T ft I andO 150,000 too
Mutual Talarhon Co . u ra ic
Oahu Ry ft Lano Co . ,.000,000 too of
Ptoplt't let ft RTt O ,yi,ooo toe ,,,.
Flrat National Balt ... ..
FIxtA.S BankftT.C ico
Hawaiian Goo pal can .... ,,. m.mm. ..
HlloH R Co. or"n too
Hun. a apll rrtnilt.. too
E ptantal n 6 paf car .... ....
Oahu Plantation 6 p c tol
Olaa Plantation p c.
Walalua Actkul. p c
At Kottlngdcan, on tbo Sussex coast,
near Brighton, where Kudyard Kip
Ing lives. It Is said that Mrs. Kipling
I Is tho absolute ruler of the fire-eating
( poet nnd everything appertaining to
I him; that he goes to his study and
'docs his day's work to his better half's
satisfaction before nny recreation Is
allowed him. Kipling announces him
self a temperance! advocate. "I used to
take a glass regularly," he says, "un
til onn day, going along the streets ot
Manchester, I saw two flftccn-year-old
girls reel out of a public house, stag
ger across the pavement and fall Into
tho gutter. From thnt time I have
been a total abstainer. So are all my
WILLAUD H. DROWN.
w. a. lovi:.
Halstead & Co;;
ON SUGAR SECURITIES.
921 Fort Street.
Stock and Bond Exchange.
Stock and Bond Broker
Member of Honolulu Stock Ezchingi
Orders for the purchase or sale of stocks
aim ponds carefully and promptly txscuttd.
Ground Floor, Judd Bulldlnf.
Fostofhce Box 390. I elephona '69.
Judd & Co., Ltd.
SOT Stangenwald Building.
P. O. Box 007. Tel. Main 888