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KVENINO nULLHTIN, HONOLULU, II. T., SATUItDAV, FED, 8, 1902.
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Tho successful merchant
recognize tho Importance
of business system. This
Illustration shows the sim
ple process of building a
stack of sections with
EXPANSION ! SYSTEM.
Many labor saving devices
In this system which we will
bo pleased to show and ex
plain to sou whether you In-
WALL, NICHOLS CO,, LTD. tTXlfiZ
Two Stores In One.
Wo bae never had a bitter
stock of furniture than at this
time, and It will please us to
have you come and see It. Not
to buy but to look. You can
buy next time.
TUn AnAnllAnt olllnaa fA aa .. M .. I .a t l n 1 A A1 A rArllAfC W I T1
prove interesting to tho housekeeper and our assortment of styles
J. HOPP & COMPANY
Lending Furniture Dcnlcrs.
Wo Know how to roast
coffee to a nicety and do It
4- everyday. Wo know how to -
4-4- blend cotTeo perfectly. If we
didn't wo woulil hire some
4-4- one who does.
"-4- We Know that our KONA 4-4-
4- COFFEE, roasted fresh ev. 4-4-
-4- cry morning and ground -t-t-
4- fresh as you get It, Is tho
lt-4- best to be obtained.
Jj Wo know that 30c tho 4-4-
pound for this coffee Is a 4-4-
4"4- very small price. 4-4
-t-f If you try It you'll say tho
f-f same. -t-t-
H. MAY & GO.
THE LEADING GROCERS.
Telephones 22, 24, 92
It brings home
Havana to you
a box of 100 of our pure Ha
vana cigars in tho houso
means that you have laid In
nbout fifty hours of BOlld en
joyment. Our choicest brands
LA BELLE ROSE
EL SACHEZ and HAYA
Have your wife order n box
when sho telephones for tho
LEWIS & GO.
:. LEAOINQ GROCERS. .:
240 Three Telephones 240.
THE GOLDEN RULE
WILL OPEN ITS DOORS FOR
BUSINESS ON THURSDAY,
JANUARY 30th, IN ITS NEW
QUARTERS, 156 HOTEL
STREET, OREGON BLDG.
We extend a cordial Invita
tion to our irlends and the
general public to visit us in
our New Home, which we in
tend to make the "Model Book
and Stationery Store" of the
city. A kindly welcomo will
be extended to all whether
purchasers or frlcndl) callers.
J. M. WEBB,
at bed rock prices
Among the men aboard the transport
Meade on his way hack to the Main
land Is U. Talbot who went out to Mi
nna as n soldier and later on went to
work for the "Freedom a dallj news
paper, Mr Tnihot Is the gentleman
who scored one of the biggest eoop
of tho ear by securing u cables! am
from General Chalice's hciiuiu.ii "is,
relating to a discharged soldier who
was held in detention and who wrs
about to be deported. In thl cable
gram, General Chalice chnractrrlrri
tho soldier .if a camp follower, a d
ferter and applied serral otlvr unde
sirable names. He was ordered be'iirc
tbft Hupreme Court of Mnnlli utidir a
writ of habeas corpus but the general
refused to permit the prisoner to i.;
prar and there was at once a conQIrt
between the civil and tnllltnr autlioil
ties which grew to gigantic propo--tlons.
The cablegram imblMied In tin
Freedom, was the Inst stnvv and the
E"neral wrote n scorching letter to Edl
tor Edwnrd K. O'llrlcn which was alio
published It might be men loin d, In
pliHsIng, that the illl authorities wire
sustained hj the authoiltlei- nt Wash
ington as against the generrl, .uid tho
discharged soldier was freed.
On account of the publlcr.t'on oi the
Utter of Geneial chaff cc to Editor
O'llrlen and his subsequent actions
regarding the nffalr, the ncrspaper
boys of Manila, banded togethci In n
prs club, decided to make O llrler.
feel their displeasure and he was .ill
imt ostracized In a heated ..igitnient
over the subject at the press
rooms O'llrlen was unable to put up a
strong enough light against .mother
newspaper man and was "laid eut
Mr. Talbot resigned fiom the papr
but was afterwards emplojed ng.iln
4" proof reader. Later on he left an 1,
aft-r a short time In the illy, decided
tc go back to his own country.
Mr Talbot sas the newspaper bud-n-ss
In Manila Is not vcrj llourlsliiiig.
Tb-ie are three dallies The Aim rlcnn.
IVeednm and The Times all of which 1"" ln Illa I1'0"'-
LOCAL AND GENERAL
The Bulletin's special Industrial edi
tion can be obtained at this office or
the news-stands. Price 25 cents.
A seven room cottage Is foi rent Se
To Let roluinn.
An oMicr In Moslem building In for'
lent. See To Let column
The Bteamir Keaiihou snlls for Ki ,
Inuea this aiternoou nt I o loi I,
rrenuent rain showeis aie icpnrted
along the llamaliua coast b the No
A nollie to Intituling pisirngei" bj
the S S Sonoma appears unilir New
A great sale of Oriental rug begini
on Monday at Whittle & Marsh s
Don't miss It
The captain and crew of the wretk
ed schooner Wainlua returned from
Kauai In thu Keau.iou this morning.
Tho structural Iron frameworks
which are to support the roof of the
Young building aro being put In now
Watch tnuionow mornings papei
for the great unnoitnteincnt of sab ol
ladles' dress goods nt Hiu lis Ilrv (loud
Chnilc (llrdlei has luintnl Ills met
c;ui tile commission business In the
.luild building, rear of (i'lir Linking I
Bourbon Whiskey, 6 years old. (3 50; '
Claret, 50 cents; Hherry and Tokay, 73
cents a gallon at Hoffschlacgor Co.'s, I
Among tn Mende's passengcis re
turning to the Coast are several
school teachers who went out ln hei '
!lililT'loy f01""1 t,ml ""' climate there did
uui UKll'r null (Ill-Ill.
On account of tho rough weather
along the Hawaii coast the steamet
Hawaiian was Retained at Hllo wult
lug for Pepeeheo sugni. Nelthei thu
steamer Knltilanl nor Hawaii could
There was trouble aboard the An
drew Welch this morning when It
enmo tlmo to sail. Tho second mate
was very drunk and the sailors refused
to go to sea with him. He was taken
nshore nnd Incited up and another man
are doing fairly well. The firs naniril,
c.f which C O Zlegenfuss Is tin ellfor.
It- by far the best of the tlii'ce. Mr.
Ziegenfuss has the faculfy of gettli.g
th" military news from the vol Ions
hu.dquarters and as such mattcie .tic
all important In the Philippines and In
fait the only news matter that Is lead
with Interest, the American Is nj
The Critic Is the onl weel.lj not
in existence. New one iii.il.e an rp
pearancc above the soil fur a month or
two wilt down nnd are fluj'll' bl.iv n
.' A, I-ong. the attorney, has hi ought
fcult against i:. C Macfarlane. Harry
Armltage, W II, Cornwell, W, Lucas,
D Kawanauakoa, J C. Coheu nnd M.
I'MUIps of tho Orpheiim Theater Co.
for tho recovery of $2180.13 alleged to
be due artists who have appeared at
the. Orpheum from time to time during
the past three or four months, under
contract. A bill setting forth the exact
amounts due each one of the artists
lonicrned for salary and traveling ex
penses, Is nttaehed to the papers Tin
plaintiff sets forth thtrt the claims of
tho several parties have been assigned
to him They with the dates of their
contracts are as follow.
Ott. 17- Lottlu Lewis and I. 12 Che
nault Oct 221111 Trust uiul Irene Trus
ty Nov. 1 Geo Jones.
Nov. 13 John Clulstlan, Davis and
Nov. 20 Muriel Itlngcold.
Nov. 21 A. II. and O. II. Carter,
Daisy Evans, Krnest llogan, Desserla
1'l.ito. Ella Williams , Henry WUe,
Kate Milton and .Mamie Harris.
Nov. 21- Law i cm e Deus uiul Win.
Dec. 13 Wm Sherrah, Win. John
bon P It. Ilrooks, W. II. Spent cr, M.
E. Sherrah, I.tiura Moss and I'l'tcr
Prices of complete bed-room tcttt
now In htocb.
Pine Bed-room Sets, 7 pieces,
Elm set, 7 pieces - - 32.00
Ash set, 7 pieces - - - 35.00
Oak set, 7 pieces - - 40.00
Coyne Furniture Go.
- IMATPUCQ Wl
"WE WERB ALL DRUNK."
We were all drunk," said Willie
Crawford this forenoon when he was
called upon to testily In the l'ullce
Court In the (use of Kcanelul, charged
Tho native defendant said ho was not
drunk and tluit OflUcr Muleltner kick
id hi in, caused hln at rest und then
banded him over to OIIHcr vuu (lleseu.
They were all lit Willie. Cruvvfoid'a
house i i't mating the Chinese New
Judge WUi ox. In summing up th'
rase, said "Well. I'll tell im. 'Ihede
Itndant was drunk on prlvuto pieml
sh und the oIIIcith took him out In the
street and then 111 rested him. I will
give him the benefit of a doubt uul
discharge him "
Ilulletln No. 1, Hawaiian Agricultu
ral Experiment Station. Is being dis
tributed from Director Jared (1
Smith's olllce. The subject Is Chit k
ens and Their DlMnses In Hawaii." ami
the ntitlHir, T I'. Sedgwick, agricul
turist attached to this station
Mlya, the Japanese charged with as
sault upon Niikamura wilh a wiapou
appeare"d In the l'ullce Court this fori
noon. f I In i.iki. wiih flint lntt,.il .in.11
Wediiesda owing to the fart that the
inmplalnlng witness Is still In the hos
pital us a result of his wounds. I
S T All-Minder will build n road'
from the Schmidt place on Tantalus to
the top of Sugar Loaf mountain An hl
tcets ure now at work preparing plans
for a bungalow to be built nt the lat
ter place This looks us If Mr Alex
ander has abandoned his plan of
building a new Tantalus road.
Yesterday afternoon n party eon
slstlng or Mr. aid Mrs. I'. 1, Llllen
thai nnd ladles of their party, .Mr. Lan
giiman. General Wnrflcld. -Mi Steven
sou and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Maefar
lane, escorted by Mr l'uxton, Mr. Den
Ison and Colonel Macfarlnne. returned
from a two das trip which has been
spi nt visiting the plantations nlong
the railroad line.
No ono likes to wear glasses, but
we should bo iintortuuate Indeed It
we were deprived of this artlnclal old
to lolling vision
The next best thing to NO glass Is
the satisfaction afforded b having the
Wo deslro to make n walking ndver
Uement of every person to whom we
sell glasses, and wo endeavor to do it
by giving tuo greatest ease and com
fort any glass can nftoiu.
Wo havo the adequate knowledge
and experience to enable us to do this
A. N. Sanford,
Boston Building, Fort Street.
DURABLE AND ACCURATE
The Keytone Watch Case
Co., .rviti imim iMi
America's Oldest and
Largest Watch Factory
l7or miiIu by
The Principal watch
Dealers in Hawaii
AN HOUR IN THE MORNING
THE 8AME HOUR EVERY MORNING
or afternoon, given to dictation, will
keep our correspondence "cleaned
up." Try It a month.
J. D. AYERY, Business Correspondent
Regularity! Certainty Despatch!
Tel. Main 76. 9 5:45. Elite Bldg,
T. Horltu appeured In the I'ollee
Court (his forenoon on the charge of
violating Hoard of Hialth regulations.
Ho had been given some two weeks tu
remed certain nuisances at his plae
In Knllhl but had not completed theip
to the satisfaction of the Inspeitor of
sanitation Attorne) ilrooks asked
that Ills i Ileal be given furtliei tlm
and Judgu Wlhox readll granted a
week's time, salng thu while that he
did not see wh the Inspeetoi found It
netcbsat to go two miles out of . liu
cit to uose out u uul!liui when theie
weie t-Hvernl right within euisy re:ub of
the police station He could point
them uut at an time the Ilo.ud of
The steamer Noenu airlvul here thli
. ornlng with hardly an sugar aboard
This small targo was on ai count of tin
tirrlbl rough weather met with at llo
i.okaa and Kukulliuele Al the form
ei place there was near! an nuddenl
i.nd by the greatest good management
the death of several sailors and the loss
of a boat was averted.
The e-argo was being discharged
when suddenly the storm which had
been reported by all the Incoming
Me'amers broke and one boat filled w Ith
goods was washed within a few feet of
the rocks. Luckily It did not strike
but the freight It contained was built
damaged by the water. The boat was
got alongside tho steamer nnd then
coming In contact with the sides of the
vessel was damaged badly. '
When tho crew were, looking out Tor
tho Bnfety of tho cargo bout the head
moorings parted and the steamer was
at the mercy of the waves for Just n
minute. Captain I'edersen got her un
der way Immediately and she put to
sea earning the buoy of the parted
mooring with her. She was put Into
Wnlplo gulch uiul lay thire wether
bound for several iIiijh I'lnally get
ting out and the weather moderating,
she got rid of the remainder of her
freight and returned to the city
While the Noeati was llng at Wal-
plo the Klnau passed Those aboard
the big steamer ure reported to have
'been having n most exciting time us
she) was rolling In a most teirlble man
ner her decks full of water most of the
time Sho would rise wny out of the
water and then bury and every tlnm
she would eomo up ngnlu the wale
taken nboard would shoot out of her
hawse pipes In great streams
Coming home in the Hawaii chan
lii-l. the Nop, in had some very bad
weather with a sharp easterl swell
fter Maui was passed the weathel
modcriittd and the trip to port was a
WE MAKE STRONG
BUT WE BACK THEM UP
- ild a Hi ni'iidim- hit o.
HANAN'S SHOES In tl"
last ear, and ever on nt
them has given perfnt sat
We can't offer nnv mor
oi nil less, we eau nnlv
sa. to those unfortunates
that have not ct bought a
pall, that they have n It. nt
MclNERNY SHOE STORE :
Advertisements Changed Mondays.
IN TAFFETA SILKS
Not a permanent reduction but merely for one week to keep
the stock moving All our $1 and S.'e Tnltetn Silks this week nt
C5e Our $1 10 (jualltles of Taffeta Including Changeable Silks will
be sold at 7"c.
We are offering Ion rolls in the finest
fain Chinese and Japanese Mattings,
heav t-unllt handsome designs, spe
cial at jii .",0 per roll of 40 yards.
BLANKETS DIRECT FROM THE MILL
Nights are chilly now nnd good,
warm blankets nie n comfort und u
necessity Wo have on display In tho
store 100 pairs of 10x1 blankets sell
ing this week ?1 per pair.
EXTRA WIDE MOSQUITO NETTING
One bundled Inches wide, nt $3.50
I'ceptlonnl values offered. Nos. 40
and Cu all-silk ribbon at "5c yard.
SALE OF GINGHAMS
One case of checked glngnams for
children's wenr, 5c per ynrd.
EMBROIDERIES AND INSERTIONS
Large new stock of embroideries
with insertion to mnteh, Just opened.
Wo have them In all widths at Glc,
G l-3c, 10c 121c, lac and 16 per ard.
NEW DRY GOODS
I'aplllimi In pretty designs and
choice vnriet of shades, also now mu
terlals of Ilngllsh manufacture suit
uble fur golf shlits
PACIFIC IMPORT COMPANY,
PpojJreBB Block. Port Street.
CLIINTOIN J. HUTCHIIN.S,
V xOrtfS) '"""I
MlirnNt (I . f
J. H. FISHER
Slock and Bond Brokers.
FIRE ASSOCIATION, of Phllidelphlv
WE8TERN ASSURANCE CO, of Tl
Offices Stannenwald Bldg.. M
HONOLULU STOCK IIXCIIANGD
Honi.lulu, I cl'ruarv S, Iqos
NAME Or STOCK Sjri"i,?'
C. Br.wM Si Compltiv loo.ec' i
N ft MCMUli 1.0, L-1 60,000, 100
I. u. Kerr si io lu 94,0-41 y
Et PlAntatlon Co
HiwillnCom SiSu Co
Hwtln Sue. Co
nonomu Micr (-0
Httku Sue. Co
Kn,ku runtation 1.0
Klltiulu Sujif Co
Koi?a Sugar Co
0hu Su;ar Co ,
OoVala Surar Plan Co
(llaa Su Co LtJ . a. I
eiiaaSie... Ltj rJur f
(Hii.tlij L mran
Paauh.ii Su Plan C
I'a. itar Mill
I'aia I'laiilih in C
Ivrwkf Suk"' c i .
I' .nw vim e
I'lnnwr Vliil Co a.w.
Wa alua Ann e o
WaltukuSuirar C ,
Walmani Sni,ar I
Waitnea .Vliil Co
WllJar Sltamhlo Co
. ..... - . .-
ini.r-l.unj !,.mn 1.0.
Hawaiian Lin trie Co
linn Rami T A L Co
Mutual f rlrrlionv Co
Oahu Hvsi L Co
reurte Ice R I c Co
Flral National Hank
HrM AS liana & Tto
tlawallan l.ov f rar cent'
Hito R M Co e rr nt
Hon RarJ Transit
bta Ptantal n r rr cent!
uanu k n L 1. " prr c
Oahu Plantation t r c
Olaa Plantation 6 r. e
Walatua AerKul ore
Note-The snli- of 70 II. n. T S. I
Co nt Sj reported eMterda shotllil
be "(HI . I. Co. $o
rrom llllo nn wn hHs. per stmr
Klnau I'lliiiuiiv s - I' Pcik W II
U.ivls Cap! (leu II Whittle Carl
T I.i Inn ih ,iih ( nrl T. I.ehuers
Miss I. Clink W A. Johnson. MIm
lv) nh hanlsim. W II Corbln. .Miss
K Kellt'V P S Holt. it. II. Spots
wood I (', Snow, P Carter. Perry
I'h re e It Klusiiinn and wife. JuiIkd
Cllheit K l.lttle. (leurge Itoss. .Mrs
I" Knniiix Miss It. Halle, K. le
lo J S JuncriniH It. J. Kealan'.a,
W Adaihl. (1. .Matsubaashl, U.
lladdak I) l.yeiirgus, J Miiloni. A.
C CumplK'U 111 II It Ueid. Dr. K11
knl and servant J II Clanre. I,. T.
I.ntiBon, .1 S Kn) K. A. Frazer,
.Miss Al. I'ope Aiih. Cornier, 1). Olass.
V Wokonina. Dr. J. II. itiiyniond,
wife chilil and nurse, .Miss N. Cum-
mlngs. Col. W II Cornwell. fleorge
B. Cutter W 11 .Mist. wife, child
ami maid, .Mrs. Koll and daughter, I).
It v Ida and !- deck passengers
The Evening Dulletla, 75 cents per
WII.LATID E. BROWN.
W. A. LOVE. )
FRANK HALSTEAD. t
Halstead & Go;;
ON SUGAR SECURITIES
921 Fort Street.
Stock and Bond Exchange,
STOCK AND BOND BROKER.
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANQC
Orders for tho purchase or sale ot
Btocks and bonds carefuly and prompt
ly executed. Loans negotiated
Office Room 401, 4th floor, 8Unaert
wald Bldg. Postoffice box 390; Tele
phone Main 331.
The La I'alomu was taken to Pi nil
Cltv esteii'n Then wns n heavy
swell outside, hut with her high must
she ne fined tu be stlffur than bofou.
Read the Governor's views on the
situation to appear in the Sunday
PORTI1H 1-URNITUItU CO.
The I'ortcr I'tirniture Co. having
given up their lease In tho Wavcrley
block, have moved Into the new Klsher
building on Tort street, while waiting
for their handsome store In the .Sachs
building to be enmpleted
In finding temporary quarters In the
1'lsher building, the furniture company
has been fortunate as tho building Is
handsomely finished nnd has plimv nt
room on the first und second lions tu
muke convenient talis rooris
The upholster) deparliui nt It- run
nlng In good order as before and lia
not been moved.
No More Dread
of the Dental Chair
TEETH EXTRACTED AND FILLED
ABSOLUTELY WITHOUT PAIN h)
our late scientific method applied to the
gums. No sleep-producing agents or
These are the only dental parlors ln
Honolulu having PATENTED APPLI
ANCES and ingredients to extract. HI)
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 ORADUATED DENTISTS o'
from 12 to 20 years' experience, an
each department In charge of a Speclnl
1st. Give us a call, and you will Dm
us tn do exactly as we advertise. W
will tell you In ndvance exactly whu
your work will cost dv a FREE EX
Ket Teeth 65.00
Gold Crownri 65.00
Gold Pllllnfift 6I.O0
Hllver Pllllnfts 50c
Read the Governor's views on the
situation to appear In the Sunday
(. Mj vlHksbLf4 tj-sW
E, W. JORDAN
I IS STILL HOLDING t
big - discount
sale - in - all
us you will find on crutili.v
PRICES CUT TO CLUAR
Our name alone will be a guarantee
that your work will be of thn best.
New York Dental Parlors,
Room 4, Elite Uulldlng, Hotel Street
IJvDIKS IN ATTENDANCE
Houis, 8 a. m. to C p. n,
Sundays, 9 a. m. to 12 m.