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1jt KVENINU DULLKTIN, HONOLULU, It. T., THURSDAY, KEH. 6, 1902. J BUSINESS EXPANSION WAIL, NICHOLS CO., LTD. Two Stores In One. Tho successful merchant recognizes the importance o( business system. Thin Illustration shows tho sim ple process of building a stnek of sections with THE ROCKWELL-WAPASH EXPANSION : SYSTEM. Many labor saving devices In this sjBtcm which wo will bo pleased to show and ex plain to you whether you in tend to buy or not. Jlomem ber, wo will be pleased to SCO ou. NEW FURNITURE IDEAS Wo hae never had a belter stock of furniture than at this time, and It will pleato us to hnv o you como and sec it. Not to buy but to look. You can buy next ttnio. Tho excellent values wo are offering In handsome rockers win proo Interesting to tho housekeeper nnd our assortment of stles Is complete. J. HOPP & COMPANY Lending Furniture Dealers. For the Breakfast Table Scientific opinion every whore ngrces that oxecs bUo meat eating Is not only extravagant but posi tively injurious. Health, happiness and tempera ment largely depend on tho quality and charac ter of uio food. EAT riORE Cereal Foods LESS HEAT In our show window this week wo display the finest breakfast foods including Pettljohn's Breakfast Food, Germea (In tins), Cream Wheat, Quaker Oats, and many others. Telephone for your fa vorite. Wo have it. .: H, MAY & GO. Boston Block, Port St. Telephones 32, 24,02. It P. O. Box 380. II It brings home Havana to you a Box of 100 of our puro Ha vana cigars in tho house means that you havo laid in about fifty hours of solid en joyment. Our choicest brands are LA BELLE ROSE LA ESTANGIA EL SAGHEZ and HAYA Havo your wlfo order a box when sho telephones for tho grocorles. LEWIS & GO. :. LEAOINQ GROCERS. V. 240 Three Telephones 240. ready for business THE GOLDEN RULE BAZAAR WILL OPEN ITS DOORS FOR BUSINESS ON THURSDAY, JANUARY 30th, IN ITS NEW QUARTERS, 156 HOTEL STREET, OREGON BLDG. Wo extend a cordial invita tion to our friends and the general public to visit us in our New Home, which wo in tend to make the "Model Book and Stationery Store" of the city. A kindly weicomo will bo extended to all whether purchasers or friendly callers. J. M. WEBB, Proprietor. AH IK WAS FINALLY DECIDED ON AT BIQ MEETING Held iu Rooms of Master Builders Elite Building, Last Night-Membership lias Alieady Been Doubled. LOCAL AND GENERAL The Bulletin's special Industrial edi tion can be obtained at this office or the newsstands. Price 25 cents. New York, Jnn 29 Coffre -Spot lllfi, ijulet, No 7 Invoice 0 3 Ic mild quiet, Cordovn, 8 to 11 1 2c ruliire market closed steady net unchanged to 10 points lower Total sties 3(250 lings, Inducting: March 6 inc Mnv, R rr to 5G5c, July, B80r August 3. !0c; September, r, 05 to Or HlKIAIl Raw. firm fnlr refilling 3 3 lfic centrifugal. !ir, test 3 11 lr,( Molasses sugar, 2 15-lGr, refined wai-firm. The harkentlne Newsboy salK foi tin .... . ....... . r. .-...... inc pians ior organizing a iiuuacrs nounci on saiuruny. i i;xrnange in Honolulu nre proceeding jirg j.rBn1 iinrvej 3 rrj sick at satisfactorily At the regular monthly ,lcr IllUlll rcBia(.IUjC. tnnMltlfr nf Mid Mnatnt llltllilnra Acin.1 W II Coolldge left for he Mainland yesterday In the Irmgaid A furnished front room with barn Is for rent Set To Lot colirmn 12, C Macfarkme wns to have hep.i elation In the Elite building last night, tho executive cnmmlttcu reported fa vorablv on the ptopositlon The asso ciation Itself took up thu matter enthu siastically nnd ever) thing necessary t ti atnrf tint nvnlmnrrn vt.nn ilntin Itli the exception of a few details which marrlcu "' S-U1 1'1 today had to go oer tn o speclnl nieetlng to The yacht I..i 1'alomn will lie tin as bu held on the l.'tli Inst At that time, ured for her new sails this week the date cm which the Cluster Ilullders will bu 'at linnic to tluli business mends nnd mrinnlly op u the ex Nicely turtltdicd ooms Popular House, 1249 Kort St $1.60 rer week up A special birguln suit of mlxt l paints Is on at the I'.u (fit ILirdwaic Co. A list of the officers elei ted to serve change with Its dall 12 3n tn 1 JO pen slons. will he fixed This will prob ably be on the lth lust or thcro abnuts Thcio will have to lie some new fur niture and fixtures pill chased and In fcthllfwl. nmt flhnlllil tho nvnlimif-n tut?., tho rooms on which the association ' 1l"ln tl10 cnnilng jc.ir appear under hao an option, there will have to be J"" Today. done some touching up with paint, etc The llrltlsh crulM i I'hsii ton Is on her ' This nccessar) delay will give another way here from San I'latiolsto She U wick for enrollment purposes Nearly, looking for signs of the lost crulsir as man new applications nre expected ceindoi within that time as were passed upon last night, although the association more than doubled Its membership by electing new members lant evening The limit of 100 members for the In auguratlon of the exchange previous. Bourbon Whiskey, 4 years old, 2 50; Claret, 60 cents; Sherry and Tokay, 73 cents a gallon at Hoffsdilaeger Co's, King street. S. M Damon tins brought two suits ly set. seems ver likely to be realized against the Territory of Hawaii to es anil pcrlinps exceeded. tabllsh certain fishing rights In Knllhl Tho treasurer s monthly renort ' nmt Mnnnniim BED-ROOM SETS at bed rock prices GLA8S SATISFACTION. No ono likes to wear glasses, but wi should bo unfortunate Indeed if wo were deprived of this artificial aid to tailing vision Tho noxt best thing to NO glass Is the satisfaction afforded by having the ItlOHT glass Wo doslro to malco a walking adver tlsemont of every person to whom wo sell glasses, and wo endeavor to do It by giving tuo greatest ease and com fort any glass can aftoru. Wo have tho adequate knowledge and experience to enable us to do this A. N. Sanford, Manufacturing Optician. Boston Building, Fort Street. i 5 .jrff gjl&agaffii i?ySag Prlceti ot complete bed-room nctH now in Mock. Pine Bed-room Sets, 7 pieces, S22.50 Elm set, 7 pieces - - 32.00 Ash set, 7 pieces - - - 35,00 Oak set, 7 pieces - 40.00 Coyne Furniture Go. rorcK8 Block. showed n most satisfactory condition of the finances nnd tanc nf n bulldlnit tn bo erected nnd owned b the e chango wns renewed. There Is also a general feeling that soon nfter the ex change Is In .nil swing, steps will lm taken to Incorporate This will mean that tho new Rudders' Exchange will bo In full control nnd tho Master Builders, while maintaining their own organization. Just as the Master Plumbers and Master Pnlutets will relinquish the management of the exchange In view of this fnct tho Master I'lnmbeis ure discussing the aiMsalill Ity of giving up their rooms In the Ilostnn building nnd moving hag and baggage Into the exchange rooms, inoro than half of the members having already Joined the new nshotlatlon The Lchua nfter a very rough trip nrrlved here last evening Sh sails this afternoon for windward Moloknl and Maul ports. There will he a mtetlng of the direc tors of the Hawaii Ynclil Club held this afternoon ut the olllre of P U Weaver Jr , at I o clock. I.cc Toma & Co , Ltd 31 King strete have recilved n second lot of Isabella ilgurs Good nnd cheap ITvc tenU w III gle j on a good smoke The meeting of the stoi kholtlers of the ITrst National Dank will take plaic on March 8th next The purpose of tlio meeting Is for the election of olilicis for the ensuing year Ned Mnrfnrlano nnd Miss ITorcnro This matter will come up at the nieol-1 I llalllnger are to be married in San ing to bo held rrlda). I 1 innclsio today. After a short trip tn During the evening communications i California, Mr Mnuarlauc ami his were read Indicating the best of feel .bride will return to Honolulu, here to lug between the association nnd the settle men emplojed by the members T McCnnts Htownit, whose valuable ser vices In drafting a constitution ami bylaws which received the most care ful sciutluy of the late Colonel Ilalrd United States Dlstilct Attomej, and wero highly lompumonted by him In writing, wns reelected attcrnci for tho current eai. The llulletln came In for a coinpll mentnry vote for the many courtcsleit extended LABOR AGAINST CHINESI Washington. Ian 30 The hearings on Chinese exclusion were continued Tlle ,Iomc ,lIcrH HCCII1 m,)U.,nan ga, The new Urownlo camera at $2 Is n tnnivel, takes pictures 2' h 3'i. has two finders for vtrtluil'or horizontal pictures. Hi member the ptlco Is onl two dollars at Honolulu Photo Supply Co. Mnry C Mallan hns brought suit for dlvorto against K C. Mallan. She innntlmiM mpn Mpiinrntn rnnou nf no Vault and battery on her. Mallan Is nl Icged to bo the owner of property worth In the neighborhood of $2U.l)0U Judged from the comments heard on all sides today regarding the possl Ulllty of Hon. Samuel Parker helm; nppolnted (lovernor, the natives nru very much elated over the prospect today before the House Committee on luflcd. Foreign Affairs II It Puller In be half of the Iliothrrhood of Itullwav Ktnplovcx spoke In favoi of strlit ex clusion He Mild the objection to the Chlni se fiiim the labor standpoint wits that the) come Into competition with Amcrlian workmen, the Chlnise hav There will be a meeting of the Mothers' nnd Teachers' Club In the Punahou Preparatory Sc hool on Krl day. I'ebrnary 7 nt 3 in Subject "Self Iti'llniite nnd Seir Control Mrs Arthur Mavson Smith will be the speaker tP WATPUCQ Ul Ing sue It habits of cheap living that In the matter of the pioceedlng they work foi wages which ic'speit , brought hv W A llnll to remove (Jeo. able American workmen could not nr- " Carter ns guardian Attorney Davis ford to take Andrew Kiirsiith of the . 'his morning filed a discontinuance Seamen's Tnloii S.in rrunclsco Kim, i wlileh ousts the Jurisdiction of Judge the extent of Cl.ln.se labor on the i.aJ ""niphrevs rurthcr proceedings will elfle Coast, shoulng that the practl- h" ,nl" '" a, f"w,ln , , cully monopolized the labor field Int,'11,,11!! Court this forenoon, the salmon canning lndiitr and wero ,M ,C 0" "'""ho nned J10 and ... ... .. i .i . costs on the charge of assault nnd bat competing wit. American labor In. on Mnmic, a8tana. In 10 caB(. tlgarmnklng. tailoring, laboring au.l , or Kl, An(IPrlon the Altn sailor charg man) other brunt lies eii wltn aii8a.. nni battery on It. Da He said the Chinese worker In these! uy, the latter got n caso of "cold cases actepted wages so much lower feet" and declined to press the taBO than the white men that the former se-, Defendant was allowed to go. cured the work Theie will he a meeting of tho Ho- Mi ruisuth said the labor organl-, nolulu Athletic Club tomorrow (Krl zatlons would not be satisfied with duj ) night fin the elettlon of nfllicM any bill which did not protect Anieri-1 to serve during the ensuing e.ir and can woikmeii from Chinese coming also to consider the memheVslilp appli cations of a lii7fii or more voting mi n These applications arc coming Iu tit the inte of six or seven a week Ceorgi' A Dnvls said this foieuoon that when (leorge It Curler called on him Tor Information regarding his tel .gram fiom Hon Samuel I'nikei ho ...i.i i.i... i. .. ,i.. i. .i .i. Postmastei I Moit Ont has be. n ad '.' .,"".'. "'" "' " vIs.m1 that the transport Thomas wus ' '"' " i-... ....... . to sail on IMiruary 1 lor Manila .all I "r, J""1 'lln,",f. hetretarv The letter lug at Honolulu Her schedule tlme,,,,h Mr ;': r"" ' I'nrK. r In Is elgh..,la,s so that she may be o """".Jf.?" . t..l.l "j 'T pec ted here Sunday nfternoou , ., v .,..... ............ The Hongkong Maui brought l&Q1"" 'J8 .'"''" '' "'"'l K " " bags or mail It was 7 o'clock last ba" ' ""ll'Bl night before It leatlie.l the iiostolllce I The Hongkong Maui brought scveial but the distributing staff had tho Jet- passengers who will la over here for ters all out before 10 o'clock a short time In tho stccrugc which Oeorge W Can superintendent of i was almost unoccupied were thlrti transportation, Informed a llulletln Chlncbc who are being sent back liomi. from the Philippines, as well ns from China. POSTOFFICF BUSINESS WATCHES N DURABLE AND ACCURATE The Ktytone Vitch Cue Co., lTAHl.lll!-n ISM Phllidelphli.UA. America's Oldest and Largest Watch Factory I 'fir hiiIu by The Principal watch Dealers in Hawaii AN HOUR IN THE MORNING THE SAME HOUR EVERY NiORNING or afternoon, given to dictation, will keep our correspondence "cleaned up." Try It a month. J. D. AVERY, Business Correspondent Regularity! Certainty Despatch! Tel. Main 76. 95:45. Elite Dldg Y3r- s A tl Va Vk A Ik e V ,&p Satisfied i an I al a - 'omlni- 9 The James Makee will sail thl a'-1 tcrnoon for Hntiamaiilii at " oiloik I bai k fur mm that i th i xp. if-nr of a'l whn winr thr Hanan's Shoes Lots of othr muVe- nre said to bn ns good but not Just the sani' ban j t to find n tllssitlsfl.q pur chaser of n pili m this hi t 1 r. 1. tn a i Mi J. H. FISHER & Company, Stock and Bond Brokers. AGENTS FOR FIRE ASSOCIATION, of Philadelphia WE8TERN ASSURANCE CO, of To ronto. Offices 8tangenwald Blda, M chant street. HONOLULU HTOCK HXCHANCB Horn lulu, Pehruirv G, tcjca NVME OF STOCK I Sjfj'J' !?? BU MclNERNY SHOE STORE Advertisements Changed Mondays. great reductions IN TAFFETA SILKS Not a permanent reduction hut merel) for one week to kcp the btocl, moving All our U tiiul 83 Tuffetn SIII.b this week al Oje Oui $1 in qinlltlis of Taff'tu luettiiling Chang, able Silks will be sold at Tic. MATTING SALE W. ni- offi ring inn rolls oi the fini st fnnrv 1'hltn hi mid Jsp.tnexe Muttliig. heaw 1 1 i .) 1 1 1 haiidsome designs sie c in I at ?ii '" pi r loll of in viiuls. BLANKETS DIRECT FROM THE MILL Nights ar. chlllv now unci good, warm blankets nre a comfort and ti neeessltv We have on display In the store Inn pairs of 10x4 blankets sell Ing this week $1 per pair EXTRA WIDE MOSQUITO NETTING One hundred Inches wide at $3 Jo " "RIBBONS, RIBBONS Exceptional v allien offered Nos to nnd bu nil silk ribbon at "oc ard SALE OF GINGHAMS One case of checked glnguams for children s wear. Sc per ard. EMBROIDERIES AND INSERTIONS I.arge new- stock of embroideries with Insertion to mntch, Just opened We hnve them In all widths at 0c, C l-3c, 10c 12c loc anil 1CJ per ard. NEW DRY GOODS Papilllon in putt doAiRnn ami choice nU(t of nlind'H nlso now ma tcrlals of KiirIIaIi niaiinfacturo ult nblo for polf Hhlrt MERCANTILE j C Brwr A Comrinv NS Sachs DO Co LM L U Krr & Co . Llj SUGAR I Cwi PtinUilon Co HiwjtUn AKrlCulhiralCo Hwltan Com ti Su Co Hialin Suptf Co Honomu Sugar Co Hon Ah j a Sugar Co Ha'ku Suitar Co ICafiukj Miantailon Co Klbl Plant Co IU Klfahulii Syfjir Co Koini uir (.0 McBrvdtSuCo Ld 0iu Sorat Co , (nftfnfa Sucar Co Ookala Suear Plan Co niaa Sn cn in ) niuv f li pup. f I v 1U rn I nitjiu I Ian Pat i uar M II Pi a I awati n C I'i mt t Mill Pionrrr Mill (.1 As Wjljtjj Akn ( n WjiluhuStiirar Cf Ma manitoSni'af C 1 Ws mj M tICo M1SL1 LLAMOl S WilJff St.jmh(pC lmtrtlanj StramN Col HiNjilan I WtrK Co I Hon RarU T M Co Mutual irit-)-ninr i,n Oahu U St I u Petc Ice ft H I c Co HASKS First Van nal Itjnk llfst ASUmnMLo !tOMS Haa ijin (k v f er cent HiloU UQ. ' rer cent H n Mar'J Transit Ia Plant it i rer ent Oain Httlt frt 1 Oib 1 P antati n t ri Olaa Plantation 6 ?, c Walalua Atricul tp C 1 ooor too JWOj m t moov ton' f OOO OOO 9 TJO no Iflo t 000.0m $00,000 loo! oono t.ojo.onoi JO 160,000 lOCWr ( 600,000 l loo! I 000,000 Wj.ono n t JOS OTJO J IJOm too 000,0001 JO 300.000 JW.onol too t jo.oool too t IJOOP IOO' joooo too' J voo.ooo loo, TOO.ooc too 151,000 IOC llt.OOO 100 JOO OOO 100 300 000 loo JOO I ajo.i 1)9 ono f 000,000 ISO I too is 10 til Its All Glucose Plants to be Consolidated N. w irk Inn .ri rnnsiilld.it Ion nf nil Hi. gliiiMM planth In tin- loiintrv Is on the tnpli. ileMplli all ollli In) mid Hi'inlonii Inl di-iilnls which h.iv. been innde While the bIzm nf the cap Ital of the ii'-n company has not rt been settled It will npproxliuntclv Iih capitalized foi JSn.niiii.urtij of stork, of which Jin nun nun win he common and J.1n 11110 orm pri'feneil The charter will be tski 11 out 111 New Jersey The cnuipanlpx which will be taken over nr" iiinli-rKtiMid to be the National Rlnrch t'onipniiv thv Ciinrles l'opc (ilmciKi- Muiiiifaitiiilug Compati the Illinois Siicai lit fining C'ompnii) ami the (lluicise Sugai llellnlng Company The deal has be-c n promoted by C II. MatthlesKeii president of the latter corporation, wlileh ncms most anx ious to effect the merger One of tho otllci-iK of the National Starch Com pniiv acknowledged these points to- 1I11) PACIFIC IMPORT COMPANY, ProjircBH Ulock. Fort Street. CLIINTON J. MUTCMIIN.S, INSURANC 13. LIFE ft ivporter that the Honolulu postolllcu makes up for each outgoing mall In ashiuted lots, the mutter for distribu tion upon ISO to 1100 carrier routes In Sun Francisco, Ilcsldts, separate pac kages ure done up fur half n dozi n or more of the largo business houses of Han iTniielscn hnvlng a largo Ho from the Mainland as the) were cap tured near the bonier line of Mexico and could fchow no papers entitling them to resilience In tho States On account of the Chinese New Year there ure few Ciltstluls traveling Just nt the present time Tl'ie Miiru sailed for the n. - 11 h mr AX m WILLARD n. DIIOWN. W. A LOVC. 1 FRANK HALSTEAD. Halstead & Go;; SfOCK AND BONO BROKERS. MONEY ADVANCED ON SUGAR SECURITIES. 921 Fort Street. Members Honolulu Stock and Bond Exchange. FIRE ijpr MARINE MclNERNY BLOCK, FORT ST. Albert Raas FINANCIAL AGENT. STOCK AND BOND BROKER, MEMBER OF HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE. Orders for the purchase, or sale ot stocks nnd bonds curefuly and prompt ly executed. Loans negotiated Office Room 401, 4th floor, Stangen wald Bldg. Pottoffice box 390; Tele phone Main 331. nolulu correspondence AImi, mull Orient toda) ut noon for the principal cities i:ust Is segre I T10 steamer Hoiigkong Mnru with gated n pniHliiH so that they may 200 ba , ma nrrlu,(, frt)m 10 connect with the oei land train within1 c, .clllclllll. nft.rno.in aft. r a thlrt minutes after the ntrlval of llio. , , ,clllg"w ,aU(r""m """ a steamer passage from San ! rancli-cn Mr fair is proud of the condition of ' "" U,B '""' "" was hoc scneuiiiiu the postal service at Honolulu No i tu "rl'lsi! lltri' upf"rn todaj but on .11 when- else Iu tho United States ho, "Mlnt '" lllu llirKe amount nf mull she mentions as nil Instance of postal en- had Captain I'llmer derided that he ti ling to public convenience- lime, has would lit In i run lis she wis and get In i the public the opportunity of doing bete last night Instead of todnv The ' No More Dread of the Dental Chair TRUTH EXTRACTED AND FILLED AnSOLUTKLY WITHOUT PAIN bj our late scientific method applied to the gums. No sleep-producing agents or cocaine. These are the only dental parlors In Honolulu having PATENTED APPLI ANCES and Ingredients to extract, fill and apply gold crowns and porcelain crowns undectecable from natural teeth and warranted for ten years, WITH OUT THE LEAST PAIN. All work done by OIIADUATED DENTISTS ol from 12 to 20 years' experience, an each department In charge ot a Special 1st. Glvo us a call, and you will find us to do exactly as we advertise. Wt will tell you In advance exactly whal your work will cost by a FREE EX AMINATION. Set Teeth 65.00 Gold Crowns SB. OO Gold PllllnCs 81.00 Silver PllllndH SOc UQ PLATES biihlnc ss at the pnttolllce until mid night "Did )ouug lilac khtonii n tr) .k rate'' b.ild tine Iauir to niiothci, "No' wus the repl, "hut hu's tiled to tri one oi two' Pittsburg Chroii-IcU'-Telegniph Milium Alameda p.itscd tie Inconiiii fap.inchc boat off port anil an effnit wns made b Captain I'llmer tn put fconic Sail Kinuclbio papers aboard the di'piirtlng Ktiainei but she was going too fust a clip for the pilot boat to cuteh her and so she went off with- Unit getting the lato news. I. AKWito? "tuUftt-NMM Our name alone win lb u guarantr. 1 that your work will be of ths best New York Dental Parlors, Uoora 4, Elite nulldltig, Hotel Street LADIES IN ATTENDANCP Hours 8 a m to C p n Hundavs, 9 a in to 12 in. E. W. JORDAN l 18 STILL HOLDING big - discount sale - in - all departments titijou will find oncniiiir PRICES CUT TO CLEAR ) J &i., ntev,r i .vi ,.HJkM'k , u W J 14f. -l.- J I A 4111ft-