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EVENINO BULLETIS, BJi.OLCLTJ.H. T., MONDAY, DEC. S3, 1901.
There Are Handsome
Things At Elhers' SS
and RIGHT NOW lit the time fur you to come nntl buy
thorn tho finest assortment nf holiday gifts In Honolulu.
All tho newest and most 'attractive novelties that tho In
genious nmnufncturoM linve turned out this season.
HANDSOME LEATHER QOOD8, EXQUISITE PERFUMES,
FANCY 80APS, TOILET CA8E8, MANICURE 8ETS,
TRAVELING CA8E8, EBONV GOODS, 8ILVER MOUNT
ED NOVELTIES, ETC., ETC. Come and See Them.
ELHERS & CO., FORT ST.
Jnred Smith In nn interview
the Hawaii llcrnld enjfv
"1 think It n great mistake to put
all of jour eggs In one basket; In oili
er words, I consider It a detriment to Wall, Nichols Co
a Territory or state to nave ono in- Honolulu built carriages
LOCAL AND GENERAL
The Bulletin' special Industrial edi
tion can be obtained at this office or
the news-stands. Price 25 cents.
The HONOLULU INVESTMENT CO., Ltd.
Office Jndd Building, Merchant St.
THE GREENWICH INSURANCE CO.
THE INS. COMPANY OF NORTH AMERICA.
NEW ZEALAND INSURANCE CO.
Subscribed Capital $5,000,000.00.
THE WESTCHESTER FIRE INS. CO.
THE GERMANIA LIFE INSURANCE CO.
CANTON M RINE INSURANCE OFFICE.
Subscribed Capital $2,500,000.00.
PACIFIC SURETY COMPANY.
dustry dumnlato as sugar docs In Ha
wall. 1 favor diversified Industries,
and 1 mil plumed to note that tho su
gar men here with whom I hnvo talk
ed are not so radical on the subject as
those on Oaliu; they alt, seem to desire
an,-" extension of territory devoted to
agriculture whcie commodities other
than sugar w 111 be produced. That part
of President Roosevelt's message re
ferring to Chinese nnd the land laws,
1 believe, will have such an effect upon
Congress that tho laws v. Ill be chang
ed so that Hawaii may soon bo con
sidered a white man's country. In
'jsAustralla the laws have been so chang
es mat me iiuik or taoor on sugar es
tates must be done by white people,
and they do ever thing but hoe. Theic
tUey uso machinery In the field nnd the
white man performs the work. 1 be
lieve that In time the same appliances
could be put Into use here, nnd the
work done nt less expense by whites
than Is now done by Asiatics. No ono
can truthfully say that the Asiatic Is
n more profitable customer to the
white tradesman than would be one of
his own color. The nearest approach
to the while man Is tho Porto KIcan;
he bujs manufactures of tho Anglo-
Saxon and he spends all of his money
where he earns It."
The HONOLULU INVESTMENT CO., Ltd.
General Insurance, Real Estate and Financial Agents
A. V. QOAR, President. EMriETT MAY, Secretary.
Toys e.t Auction
rtunlty of buying Chrlttmas toj
Unparalleled opportunity of buying
Chrlttmas toys at your own
We are overstocked with toys. Our room Is too valuable to car
ry them over another season. Every toy must be disposed of re-
gardlesa of coat before Christmas. Th(s Monday and luesday even
ing, beginning at 7:30 o'clock, Mr.- Jas. F. Morgan will sacrifice
' the entire stock. Everybody come.
WALL, NICHOLS CO., LTD.
TWO 5T0RES IN ONE.
Tom Morrlssecy, tho keeper of the
beer saloon on Militant street, states
that on Saturday night at 12 o'ctnclt
he, and two others were up In one of
the up-tovvn restaurants getting a late
supper and that there were many mis
statements In one of the morning pa
pers regnfdlng his wheieabouts after II
o'clock. Exactly at that time, he clos
ed tho door of his place and, together
with his assistant, went up town. No
one tiled to rob him and no one
peeped In nt the windows while he was
inside. He did not roam about In the
saloon (diluting his money or doing
anything uf the kind He closed up
promptly and went home. Mr. Morris
jcy Is Inclined to believe that comeoue
jut up a job on thu police.
Seen this morning, Mr. Morrlsscy
sald: "Shortly before closing time, 11
hack drove around the buck wuy of the
U. il. lienor's olllce, 8 Campbell bid.
(Ireat miction sale of toys tonight nt
Sec classified ads,
A young man Is wanted
column on page 8,
Any amount of money to loan. Room
10, Mclntvrc block
An Eastman folding kodak has been
lost. See Wants column.
For ChrNtmas and Now Year cheer
try Pantheon 0. P. S. whiskey.
Uluc jacket was found on Saturday
the bench. See Found column,
Hob 1 on Drug Co. offer many deslr-
nblc gifts. See tho nd on last page.
Iteward offered by the Wilder S."S
Co. Nothc appears under New Today,
Thu schooner II. I), Hendlxten ar
rived today, 4S days from Poit Make
ley. There will be n special meeting of the
Klkj tonight. Initiation will be the
No word has been received from
Archie Ollflllan anil his frlinds arc
Dow becoming anxious.
Ilourbon Vhlskcy, C jcars old, $3.60!
Claret. CO cents; Sherry und Tokay, 73
cents a gallon at Hoffschlaegcr Co.'s,
King street. "
Doxes of Manila cigars for Christmas
will be sold by I,ee Toma & Co., 33
King street at a discount of from ten
to twenty-flvo per cent.
The final account of the Hawaiian
Trust Co., administrator of the estate
nf the lato Alexander Chlsholm, shows
a balance of )I5.SI due the administra
tor. Doth tho Fearless and Elcu were out
after vessels this morning. A ship, n
barkentlno und two four-masted
schooners were reported oft Koko
Little Miss Alma Ferguson, nged
two nud n half sears won thv doll
given by the Sachs Dry floods Co.,
The manager, Mr. Finger, wished her a
Two splendid red polled bulls a'rrlvid
In the bark Albert for Paul Uenberg,
They will bo exhibited nt tho corral
of tho Honolulu Stork yards before
being Kent to tho country,
The Christmas evrcUcs of the Chi
nese Mission schools will be held to
morrow evening at the Chinese church.
Port street, beginning nt IS p. m. All
frlcndsjrif the Mission are tonllally In-
tnlrinn niwl ktiilmpil umlilonll. I WfHlt
out and urrlved where the hack was N10'1 t0 be I'rcscnt-
By buying your
Figs, Dates, Nuts
layer Raisins, Etc.
H. MAY & GO.
TclephoncH 22, 34, 02
P. O. Box 380.
Just In time to' see n nntlvc roll .1
jrunkeu companion up ugnlnst my
jlacc and put his bat over his face.
'I told the nntlvc to remove his com
panion f 10111 thu place as 1 did not wunt
inyono saving he had gone Into 111
saloon nnd been robbed. The -fellow
was not Inclined to do as 1 said, so 1
'nslstcd and told the man I would soon
help hi in and his friend to another
place. The native saw I meant busi
ness, so he helped his drunken corn
union to hl( feet and putting him into
the hack, went away.
"It was not long before I heard the
patrol wngou coming and, going out,
ound that the drunken native was
'ylng in the middle of the street, not
'nr from the saloon. He was taken to
he police station.
"I am of the opinion that the poor
'ellow was robbed by bis companion
lo Is a haid-worklng carpenter nink
tig 13.C0 11 day and wns paid oft on
Pumiture not only makes
a handsome present but a
seful and acceptable one
as well. We have many
beautiful articles In this
line too numerous to men
tion here, which we got 1 1
espetlally'for the holiday
trade. CAUL AND .SKI:
THE STOCK, : ; : : :
ROPP & CO.,
Leading Furniture Dealers
Cor. King and Bethel Ste
Music is oue of tho most heavenly of
arts und tlm tones of our Westormayor
Pianos do take orm quite away and
above this urutrhed old world and let
htm havn u glimpse of tbn star world
of dreams. o
You will Ilka tfio Westermaycr Pia
nos, and you'll not find It hard to buy.
Hof fschlaeger Co , Ltd.
King and Bethel 6tH.
Your friends will apprec
iate a GOOD PHOTO
GRAPH 01' YOU for
a pre-ent, and I will
make the picture a good
one. CAH. AND SEE
J. J. WILLIAMS,
Take elevator in Hosson Hlock.
AN HOUR IN THE MORNING
THE 8AME HOUR EVERY NtORNINQ
or nftornoon, given to dictation, will
keep your correspondence "cleaned
up." Try It a mouth.
J. D. AVERY, Business Correspondent
Regularity! Certainty! Despatch)
Tel. Main 76. 9 6:46. Elite Dldg,
The Bulletin's sneclal Industrial edl-
Ition can be obtained at this office or
thi news-stands. Price 25 cents.
Washington, Dec. -C Hon. Isndor
.ayncr und M. A. Teaguc, counsel tor
ifilr Admiral Schley before tho Court
f Inquiry, are holding a eonsultutlon
vlth their dli'iit today for tho purpose
if outlining their futute course of ac
lon. Admiral Dewey, president of
he court, today asked for a statement
a to the extent to which he endorsed
bo findings of the majority of the
ourt. "I have not a word to say," ho
cplled, "not a word."
Since the Court of Influlry reudered
Is verdict, Hear Admiral Schley has
ecelved a large number of letters and
clcgutms, all containing expressions
( confidence and esteem and offers of
isslstance. To unswur there personally
vpuld be u work of such magnitude
'bat tnc Admiral has addressed the
following letter to the Associated
Prefas which he askB to be published:
"Washington, Dec. 1(!. To tlm As-
locluted Press: I beg to exprcs
hrough the medium of the Associated
res iny gratitude nnd heartfelt
Ihankji for tho kind words and evi
dences of Intere-st In my welfare which
I have received from all parts of the
United States. The magnitude of the
'orrespondencu renders II Impossible
for mu to personally acknowledge tho
lame and I therefore take this means
if expressing my appreciation to one
"Very truly jours,
"W1NFIELD SCOTT SCHLEY,
"Hear Admlrul, U. S.N.
BOTHA WAH WOUNDED.
Durban, Dec. 15. A dispatch rcct'lv
id hero from Nknndhla. Zululand, dat
id December Cth, and delayed in trail
ill by the censor, tells of a lerent ac
Ion near Luneburg, Transvaal, In
which Commandant Iouis Ilotha was
ihot through the left leg bolow the
kneo. Ho only escaped Hy crawling
luto tlm ljusli. UIh followers say they
do not know where Ilotha is now. The
dispatch adds that tho llritlsh look
A twohorsu rig owned y the Club
StablcB Company, ran nwuy on Mer
chant street this noon, collided with a
street car at tno Hackfeld coiner and
was.badlv smashed. Tho horses wein
stopped beforo further dumago was
donei. There was no ono In the rig
at the time of thu smash-up.
A senior Myrtle, an enthusiast on
football, and a polo player, Is being
congratulated today on his engage
meat with a young lady of tho city.
The police department has"'! ecelved
notice to look out for emhezrh r
Fleishman, the cashier of tho Farm
ris' and Merchants' National Hank ol
I os Angeles. Oil., who recently de
camped with 1100,000. A reward of
fJOOO Is offered for tbe'rctui'n of both
man and money to the jurisdiction of
the California courts. A reward ol
$2500 will be paid for, the arrest of
In the Police Court this fuienocin. Ah
In pleaded guilty to the charge of
gambling and was fined K'O and costs
August Tavnsli, n Poituguese hack
man. charged with heedless driving
was sentenced to pay a fine of l-J and
costs, tiam Klney, ehaiged with us
snult and buttery on Annie K. Kealll
was fined $1! nnd costs and Wm. Meyer
charged with assault and battery on
his w Ifc, hnd his cahe'nollc pros'd.
Ah Leong appeared In the police
Court this forenoon on the charge o'
Iaiceny In the second degree. He win
ill rested nt the Instance nf .Maiingcl
Lake of the Huwallan hotel who claims
that tho man stolu twenty-five cents'
worth of sugar from the hostelry
Wheu called up for trial, thu defen
dant stated that he did not feel very
wel. He would Ilka his (Use to go
over until tomorrow. As it was his
first appearance, the continuance was
Tho Salvation Army people are ar
ranging a flno program for Christmas
night for the special benefit of the
sailors In port. The Aimy appeals to
Honolulu people for donations of cash
or goods, Candy, fruit, nuts, books,
etc.. will bn very thankfully received.
Contributions may bo left at the Army
hall or u postal card addressed to P.
O, box S18, will bn sufficient. All con
tributions should be In not,later than
Tuesday noon so that, In ease there is
a lack of any special things, they can
bo made up In time.
There was n special Christmas ser
vleo at the hall of the Muiphy flu):
last evening. IWv. V. D. Westervell
led. Prof. Merger plaved the piano and
led tlm singing, after the singing a
number of hymns and prujer. Mr. Wen
tervclt -preached tho seinion'of tin
evening from the text. "Thanks be to
Uod for Ills Unspeakable flltts," lllus
tratlng his theme with stereoptlcon
views. P. V. Hlder sang the "Ninety
and Nine." with stereoptlcon Illustra
tions. Tho meeting closed wl(h the
signing of plcdgta by three pcisons.
There Is an exhibition of superb
Island views, beautifully colored, at
the Honolulu Photo Supply Co. which
should prove of special interest to gift
sci'kers. They consist of punoiatnlc
photographs taken on Hawaii, Kauai.
Ouhu nnd other Islands. The prices of
unfranicd prints urc 12 each. Soma
framed In elegant heavy gold mould
Ings from I7.r.0 to $10 und othors In
passo partout at JL'.RO. They will mnk
to a Tennis Lover
The highest ftrnclc
of thin shoe mnilc.
Ilns extra rubber
hoIch, to replace
the prcttent onen,
when worn out.
A New Tennis
McINERNY SHOE STORE
Valuable Christmas suggestions to those who have not already
mado their purchases and suggestions equally as valuable to buvers
of fine goods. This week we will again put on sale n large lino
of lino Handkerchiefs.
These handkerchiefs are of extra
value and wc bought them In iiumenso
quantity; by so doing wo wero able
to get nn unusually low price, and of
fei them lo J 011 ut wonderfully low
The most popular selling nie tho
ifiC ones. Wo hnvu them at 5c, 10c,
15c, 20c and extra values up at high
as $5.00 each.
THE 25c HANDKERCHIEFS
nro our leaders and wo havo over 140
patterns to choosa from, somo trim
med with embroidery and some with
lnce. A window filled with different
varieties on exhibition.
J. H. FISHER
Stock and Bond.Brokers.
FIRE ASSOCIATION, of Phlladelphlv
WESTERN A8SURANCE CO, of To
HONOLULU 8T0CK EXCHANGE
Honolulu, Member :), 1901 ,
N.VME OF STOCK prfdJil? BM
C. Brt wf At Ccmpin i,oooA .!
NS SMtllDO.Cn.fl 600. l !
L.B. Kerr & Co.. LU , too.o 1 V J
PUntitlon Co ... iJ.oco,ik t )4 i
HtwtllanArrlculmrtlO i.oooaot lot t,
HwilunCcjm&SuCo t.ln.Tjo lor
HwllnS'jr Co ... t.oodnx n u
Honotnu Sujir Co ... JSo.cec lot. t)M
Monokat Suear Co . aooo.ooc " le ....
Haiku bueir Co soo.ooc oo ..... ta
Kahuku Plantation Co ).oof ao aaV
Kltiail'laneCo.ltJ, ... ' i.ojoooc r '
Klpahulu Sugar Co... i6o.cnp loc 143
Koloa Suiar Co Yxm too t,
HcBryJaSuCo..U. , ). H
O-buSurar Co . .. . i.6op,ok too oj io
Ol;ma SucarCo .000,001 o ti
Ookala Surar Plan. Co J. ,0
Olla Su. Co., Lt4 , at I M 000 ao )M ,
OlaaSuCo.Ltd.pJup) 1500.000 ao
Olowalu Company,.... ijo.too 100, ... t
Paauhau Su. Plan. Co i 000.00. 50
Pacllc Sugar Mill 50000c! 100 1.
Pala Plantation Co.... tjo.oot 100 100
Ptpttkto Sugar Co... Tjo,ooo loo i,
Plonwr Mill Co a,ijo,oor 100 .
Plontar Mill Co. Aimi 5000001 loo.. 4)
Walalua Agr. Co . . 4.500.001 1 100 . to
Walluku Sugar Co too,oot''too
Walaianalo Sugar Co . aja.oot loo 15s ......
Walmca Mill Co I.ooo too
Wl 4w Staamihlp Co . 500,000 100 100
fatn-ttlanil Sttam N Co 500,000 too at
1aallan b'ectrk Co... 503,000 too. .......
Hon. Rapid T.st laniCo 50.00c too. ... 95
Mutual Ttlepnon Co .. ng.oo.
Oahu Ry It Lanl Co. . . a. 000.000 too) 05
Paoplaa Itt K'l'g Co 150000 100
Flrtl National Bank
FlMtA.S BankkT.Ct 09
Hawaiian Gov 5 par can' ....... v.,. .... ...
Hllo R. R. Co. 0 pment
Hon. fcapll Trantll
Eva P'antaln 6pcrcant
Ojhu M h L Co pr. c
Oahu Plantatlot 0 p c ' lat
Olaa Plantation 6 p. c 1 ...
WaUlua AglkU. p C I
SALE OF HOSIbBY
Special nines offered In Ladies' Misses, Children and Gentle
men's hosier', all imported (-specially for the holiday season. They
come one-half dozen to tho box and at tho lowest prices.
Have you seen our Ladles fast-black, openwork Lace Hose?
Special this weok at 40c per pair.
1902 SHIRT WAISTS
Wo announce the arrival of 1902 Ladles' Shirtwaists. Thesu am
samples, no two alike. Conic nnd seo tho great change In styles and
make jour selection.
Kino lino of Sill; Umbrellas for ladles and 'gentlemen, new
stjlo handles. Special this weok $1.00.
San Kranrl&eo . Dec. 15. A diver
walked on the dpek of tho wrecked
ferryboat San Ilafncl, jesterday, and
positively established the location of
the sunken vessel Tho bunt lies In
such position mid depth that the
wreckers arc confident she can 1m
Local Inspectors Holies and Ilulger
of the United States Steamboat Inspec
tion Service closed their Inspection
yesterday, and found both Captain Mc-
Kenzic nnd Captain Trlbblo guilty of
neglect of rules of tho Government.
Captain McKlnzle's license was revok
ed and Captain Trlbblc was suspended,
for thirty days.
PACIFIC IMPORT COMPANY, "
ProfircsM Ulock, Fort Street.
WILLARD E. BROWN.
W. A. LOVE. ,
FRANK IIALSTBAD. ' (
Halstead & Co.;
ON SUOAR SECURITIES.
921 Fort Street.
Stock and Bond Exchange.
CLIINTOIN J. HUTCHIINS,
m r a ,(" l"u'cif
fcfHiliF"iNt jl Vv M:
Stock and Bond Broker
Member of Honolulu Stock fcchwgi
Orders for the purchase or sale of stocks
ana bonds carefully and promptly executaj,
Ground Floor, Judd Bulldlnj.
Postoffice Box 300. relepboat i(f
McItNERINY BLOCK. FORT ST.
Judd & C6., Ltd.
807 8tnnjenwald Building.
P. O. Box 007.
Tel. Main SU
No More Dread
of the Dental Chair
TEETH EXTRACTED AND FILLED
ABSOLUTELY WITHOUT PAIN b)
3u r lato scientific method applied to the
sums. No sleep-producing agents oi
These are tho only dental parlors In
Honolulu havlnar PATENTED APPLI
ANCES and Ingredients to extract, nil
and apply gold crowns and porcelain
crowns undectecablo from natural teetb
and warranted for ten years, WITH
OUT THE LEAST PAIN. All work
done by GRADUATED DENTISTS of
from 12 to 20 years' experience, and
each department In charge of a Special
1st (Jive us a call, and you will And
us to do exactly as we advertise. W
will tell jou In advanco exactly wbai
your work' will cost ny a KREE EX
Set Teeth ,
Gold Fllllnda ..
BEST EVER PUBLISHED
The Industrial edition of tho Hono
lulu Hulletln Jubt received Is limine
tlonably the best special Usui) of a
new simper ever gotten out In the Islands.
The Evening Hulletln, 75 cents per
NO DANGER A'l NEW
YORK DENTAL PAR
LOR8, FOR EVERY IN
STRUMENT 18 THOR.
AND .EVERY NAPKIN
Our name alone will be a guarantee
that your work will be of tbe best
New York Dental Parlors.
n a t?itA n..iMi ifAtAt' at-avsk
IWUiU t MW uuiiuiuB, wu.v utiovi i
LADIES IN ATTENDANCE. I
HAS NEW GAMES
Wo have on exhibition and for sale tho very latest novelties
from Santa Clans'- workrooms Games that you have seen advertii
cd in tho leading magazines and periodicals. Games for young peo
ple; games for old iieoplo; gamen for everybody. Hero are somo of
thu names of new ones.
La Lutte Bagatelle
Burrows Balletto Boards
Wo have all tho old games, ate well, and also many pretty toys.
Por years our toy department has been a most popular Institu
tion nud the stock Is In too great a variety to Bpeak of separately
here. There Is only one way to tlnd out what we have. You are In
vited to cull and wi everything.
OUR TOY DEPARTMENT we warrant will not be disappointing.
E. W. JORDAN'S