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WALL, NICHOLS CO., LTD.
Two Stores In One.
Wo nro safo In snylng that a moro beautiful line of dining room
furniture was nccr Been In Honolulu. They consist of round nn.l
squaro tables of rich qtiartor-B.iwcd golden oalt, tho round tables
measuring fire feet across.
WILTON, AXMINISTER AND
nn entirely new stock of gcotguous designs Just opened and will evil
rapidly. Come and get yours Iwforo tho prettiest ones arc selected.
J. HOPP & COMPANY
Lending Furniture Dcnlcrn.
CORNER KING AND BETHEL STS.
Wo know how to roast
coffee to a nicety ond do It -t-f
every day. Wo know now to tt
blend coffee perfectly. If wo -f-f
didn't wo would hlro some -f-f
one who does. -f-t-
Wo know thnt our KONA -f-t-
COFFEE, roasted fresh ov- -f-t-
ery morning and ground -tt-fresh
as you get It, Is tho
best to bo obtained. -t-t-
Wo know that 30c tho -ft
pound for this coffee Is a -t-f
very small price. -t-f
If you try It you'll Bay tho t
H. MAY & GO.
THE LEADING GR0CER6.
Telephones 22, 24, 92
It brings home
Havana to you
a Vox 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
LA BELLE ROSE
EL SAGHEZ and HAYA
Havo your wlfo order a box
when sho telephones for tho
LEWIS & GO.
:. LEADING GROCERS. .:
240 Three -Telephones 240.
No one likes to wear glasses but
wo wcie deprived of this artiticlul aid
to falling vision.
Tho next bCBt thing to NO rIqhs Ih
the satisfaction afforded by having the
Wo dcslro to mako a walking adver
tisement of oveiy person to whom wo
Bell glasses, and we endeavor to do It
by giving tno greatost caso und com
fort any glass can nftoru.
Wo havo tho adequate knnwledgo
and experience to enable uh to do this
A. N. Sanford,
Boston Building, Fort Street.
Tlio successful merchant
recognizes the Importance
o( business system. Thin
Illustration shows tho sim
ple process of building a
stack of sections with
EXPANSION ! 8Y8TEM.
Many labor saving devices
In this system which wo will
bo pleased to show and ex
plain to you whether you In
tend to buy or not. Remem
ber, wo will bo pleased to
THE GOLDEN RULE
WILL OPEN ITS DOOHS 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 tho
general public to lslt us In
our New Home, which wo In
tend to mako tho "Model Book
and Stationery Store" of tho
city. A kindly welcome will
bo extended to nil whether
purchasers or friendly callers.
J. M. WEBB,
No More Dread
of the Dental Chair
TEETH EXTRACTED AND FILLED
ABSOLUTELY WITHOUT PAIN bj
our late scientific method applied to th
gums. No sleep-producing agents oi
These are the only dental parlors In
Honolulu having PATENTED APPLI
ANCES and Ingredients to extract. All
and apply gold crowns and porcelain
crowns undectecable from natural tcetb
and warranted for ten years, WITH
OUT THE LEAST PAIN. All wort
deno by GRADUATED DENTISTS oi
from 12 to 20 years' experience, an-
each department In charge of a Special
1st. Give us a call, And you will find
us to do exactly as we advertise. Wc
will tell you In advanoo exactly what
your work will cost ny a FREE EX
Set Teeth 85.00
Gold Crownti 85.00
Gold Filling 81. OO
Hllver I'llllnjjtt SOc
.tn pi Aire
Our name aluno will bo a guarantee
that your work will be of tho best.
New York Dental Parlors,
Room 4, Elite Building, Hotel Strew
LADIKS IN ATTENDANCE
Hours, 8 a. m. to C p. c.
Sundays, 9 n. m. to 12 m.
A inniil sport foi .Manly Mij.
Strictly first-class In oveiy respect.
AN HOUR IN THE MORNING
THE 8AME HOUR EVERY MORNING
or afteinoon, given to dictation, will
keep your correspondence "cleaned
up." Try It a month.
J. D. AVERY, Business Correspondent
Regularity! Certainty' Despatchl
Tel. Main 76. 95:45. Elite Bldg.
JflHnjjfl WV lit lilt' wr
TWO SIDES INSTRUCTED
TO MAKE SHOW OF FORCE
No News Has Come From Scene of
Trouble Yet Windup of
The Rapid Transit nml Pain's Tram
ways sjstem have again locked horn
and all on account of the leasehold to a
piece of property In the McCully tract
over which the Rapid Tianslt Co.
wnnts a right of way.
Evcrv thing wns In readiness to begin
laying the roadway for the extension
this afternoon nt 1 o'clock but lnvvjers
and workmen were mixed up in the
matter and the police were notified to
be on hand to look out for the pence.
It appears that when the former
owners of the Mt Cully tract turned
over their Interests to George II. Pails
and others they did so with the under
standing thnt It wns free from Incum
brance. This being the case, tho pres
ent owners of the land gave tho Rapid
Transit line n right of way through,
th property and the work of laying
tho road wns nbout to begin. A Chi
nese holder of n piece of propel ty. In
cluded In the tract, who formerly held
It under a lease from the McCully fa
mily, wns notified that his property
was In line with tho light of vvu)
granted. Hnvlng n leaso, the China
man decided to sell It and It was ac
quired by W, H. Pnln, who refuses to
allow the road to tun ncross his lease
hold. ' Attorney Ilrooks who Is handling tho
case of the Chinese lesseo of tho prop
erty In dispute, gavo his men orders to
resist In case there should be any at
tempt nt Invasion. The Rapid Transit
people also had orders to use force
No news of any encounter has yet como
to town nnd. when telephoned to. Mr.
Brooks said he did not believe the troit
bl would take place today
ALL IS NOW READY FOR
FIRST GAME SATURDAY
Three Teams in League Maile-llimas
and Punahous To Play Initial
The dlicctors of the Junior Assocla
tlcn Football League have arranged
three teams from the names sent In by
boys who wanted to Join. Thp team
which play under the names of Wan
derers, Mnll-Itlmns nnd Piiniilious,
have been arranged us follows
Wanfleiers (lo.il. Klngsley, baks.
H. Nott and nallvntlne; forwards. DIcL
Bailey, J Nott and Aiterbacli,
Malle lllmas Goal. Ludwlgsen;
liacks, Eillrh anil II Nott, forwards.
Oaljorne. II Il.iilcj and V Dodge.
Piinnhnus -Go.il. (Sllnmn, b.uks. Ma
goon and Iklcr. forwnids Duwsett,
Andrews and S. Dodge
The captains of tlio teams will lie,
for the Wawli icis, Aiii'rb.ieh, for tho
Malic lllmas. Osborne and for tin.
Punuhoim Dow sett Tin1 teams will
be coaehcel 1 incmticis of the sailor
teams ns follows J. Stokes for tli
Wundeiers. It Alideisnn fur the Malic
Tllmas and I. Ill.ukiiian for the Puna
hous. The hois will plav In suits of the va
rious eolens of the teams those of th"
Vandeiers being red nnd while, thu
lliiile-lllmas, green and white nnd the
Punahous blue and white.
The 111 st game will be bitween tho
MalU-Illman nnd Hi Piin.iliiiiis and
will be pl.ijcd this ( (lining Saturday af
ternoon, .Immediately befoie thn senior
At 2 l.'i the Ct ami Jurj earne Into
court and C 8 Desk, fin email, hanele'il
a bate h of indictments and another
document up to the hem Ti.
Judge Gun oi tiered the Indictment.!
placed on mm lit tile until ii'turns of
kumnmiih wile made There was nisei
a repojt of a ease Investlgateil, the
Judge huh! which should also be held
(Oiifldeutlal feu the present
He iiimpliiuentcil the grund Jurois
on their hard work and legietted that
pending n change in the law, mj many
business men should have their time
occupied with ccmpaiutlvc! trivial
cnsi Also hi' lnfoimed them that
owing to lep.ilis about to be made' In
the Jiidlil.il liiillillng aiiaiigements
weie being made to have them nceeim
modnteil aftn tenia) In the old thione
room of the executive building
W II (Viilniiiol Mnisliiill has will
teu fiom Manlln that tlilngj l.i.ie lot k
bioght and iioinlkln,( He h.i nl.iii'i
piihltlou on the htuff of tin- merin n.
Mil II I Ian leading p.i'i i and ihe o'!M .1
eiig.ui of the (Inn mini nt tlnie
The Colonel m Snphlsti.v. "I'll tnhe
n little of the tailli' -out of the I II I v(4
blaiK bottle ' said Coloni I Sliluell,
loiiflilellllally " m taking tills rm u
cold" he llUdi'il sill mole (onll.lin
'Hut em haven t .iu enS !
that Hut an mine e of pit . u
in worth a pound e,l eiin-
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY
Tako Laxative llromo Quinine Tablets.
All druggists refund tho money If II
falls to euro. is. W. Grove's signature
Is on each box. 26 cents.
EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, H. T.r TUHSDAY, PER 11, 1902.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
The Bulletin's special Industrial edl
lion can be obtained at this office cr
the news-stands. Price 25 cents.
Damaged hay at auction by Jas I"
There arc now flft-nlne bos at thu
William Auld Is quite sick at his Pa
L. A. Thurston departed foi I -v. all
In the Klnnu today.
The band will play nt the Moanu ho
tel Thursday evening.
Stock of millinery goods nt nuetlon.
See Jas. l- Morgan's column.
Mrs. Hnnnn has located In the new
Oregon block on Union street.
A notice regarding sale of promissory
note nppenrs under New Today.
Jns. I-' Morgan will sell furniture,
rugs, etc. nt auction Wedncsda).
Nicely furnished rooms, Popular
House, 1249 Fort St., $1.60 per week up
Lode le Progres will hold a siieriai
meeting tonight. Work In tho HrM de
Phil. II. Dnnkey left fpr a trip to llllo
today. Ho will be gone a couple of
Rules nnd requirements for nrrlnl
circuits for electric wires appears In
An auction sale of Saiierhruuncn will
tnke place the 1.1th See Jas. 1 Moi
A cockatoo and cage will bo t-old nt
auction Weelnesdnj. Sec Jus. 1' Mor
The steamer Noenu sailing this af
ternoon will tako slxtv Japanese l.ilioi
crs to Mnhukonn.
Q. II. Herrey has gone to Hawaii o-i
business. He will establish agencies
on the Dig Island.
inspector Ilnssnn lias hud ,i lr.r.p
made showing the fire and police' alarm
boxes of Honolulu.
A list of the newly elected officers of
the Socleduilo Portuguc7,i do Santonlo
Ilenellccnte de Hawaii appears under
Bourbon Whiskey, G years old. $3 CO;
Claret, 60 cents; Sherry and Tokay, 76
cents a gallon at Hoffschlacgcr Co.'s,
Judge (lllbert P Little who finished
the business which brought him to tliM
cltj sooner than he expected, left for
home In the Klnnu today
A boj was taken from the reform
reboot this morning as a witness In tho
ease of the three bojs charged wltu
stalling tos f i om Jorelau'B store on
The steamer Klnau got away prompt
ly at noon today but was detained In
the stream waiting for a lini'.v of Ja
panese laborers from Quarantine wh'i
nro for the other Islands
The Llltcnthal party, In charge of
Col. U, W. Mnifnrlane salleel for tho
Volcano today. On their account the
vessel will leave Hllo a day Jato and
arrive back here on Sundaj next.
The new Ilrownle camera at 12 Is n
marvel; takes pictures 2'.l by 3',. has
two lltnlenj fur vertical or horizontal
pictures. Remember the prlco is only
two dollars at Honolulu Photo Supply
The provost guard from tie tians
oit Thomas was parading th s'nets
'.est night after stragglers lh guard
was seen as late as 12 mliliifelu out in
tl.e vicinity of the government Innlii
Trouble was experienced In gettliu
the Cotton Urns elreelger off the marine
iiillway ji'sterday afternoon This
morning It was successful! launched
and taken up the bay to be got read)
The transput! Thomas sails this af
ternoon feu (itiam and Manila nt a
n'i'leiek She was .serenaded thU
illuming l the Terrltorlil hand ;md
the passe ngi'rs und truops giejtlv en-
Jnjeel the music.
A largo telephone pole reaching al
moht to the top of the new Hull liiillil
lng, corner Kort und King streets, wan
put Into place beside the building on
the Kort street slelo this morning. A
large trowel watched the work.
The steamer I.ehua was detained
jestenl.i) as she was In the hands nt
the bteamboat Inspectors. She was
pusseil and leaves on her regular rn
this afternoon at 6 o'clock. Ilesldra
the formei lio.it the Klnau, Kaliilanl
and Hawaii all steaineis of tho Wilder
Stianishlp Co have heen Inspeitcdnnd
passed by the olllciaU
The marine wnjs of tho llealunl boat
house aie now In perfect condition, and
read) to take up all the large ).iihts
The rails have been ballasted with
locks fur the'lr entire length and Im
provements tei the ear will soon be
tnnde Thej aie now lu condition to
ti.ke up an m tit except the La l'alo
nin whleli Is toei broad to be iiLcummo
ilatcel Some one took Dr. Coop, r hoi ,i
nnd liugg) from the llollowav li'ime in
Pawan last night The' rlh v.is found
hy a police ollleer at tho eorni-r jf King
anil Nuiianu strut nt about I oeloik
this niornlug Someone evle'.ntl)
wate bed the eloctor an he we'll into the
llolloway bouse', untie el the hoi he took
a ihle and then turned Ihe animal
loose to roam at will.
The gasoline launches of the Yciing
llintbeis tun now almost noUeless Tb"
exhausts which formerly wero conduct
ei tlirough the roof of the house have
been changed so thnt the exhaust I ik'e
plnie In the water astern of the boats
I'he change- In u vciy welcome one to
Ihiihi' who have to use the boats a
gie.it ileal and time Is now but little
iintlsi' nnd no n leu whatevei
Arrange meiith aie uiideiwa) for a
holing match between "Denvei IM
Smith and lllllv Woods, to tiiKo place
nliout Mareli 25th the time when
Woods should he Inn k hcie again in
'hi' .Meade When that tinnspint was
In ii Woods di'ilaii'il his wllllngm km
to box Smith Hoth nn n Intend to
go Into training liiiine.ll.itel
A boxing etiteilnlniiU'iit Is being
planncil for Mutch 1st at whlih time
l.eui gnew and Jliuiii) Fox ma) spar
Weekly edition of the Bulletin $1
WE MAKE STRONG
Wo have decided to dear out our entire stock oi matting even
nt a big loss. A look at the goods nnd n comparison of prices with
the same qualities of matting elsewhere will convince ou of the
genuineness of this sale
Klvo different patterns, heavy weight nt the extrcmel) low price or
$6.50 per roll of 40 yards
All linen woof, fancy patterns of the newest designs A largo vnrl
ety of patterns and colors,
at $10.50 per roll
Special pilces will be made on lots of five rolls or more
PACIFIC IMPORT COMPANY,
CLINTON J. HUTCHIN.S,
jar V? tif i'v
Jfec X 7
1 f I &
iVlcirSERIVV BLOCrC. FORT ST.
New gooelit in i'er line hno
Just heen opened by us Among
them nro uonin eri linnilBotne
pieces of ftiriilture Wc war-
rant our guceln ami MU eleller
lllghl) lltilnhed In either einU
or mahoguny. large arle.ty of
denlgna anil pikes
The ellnlng room Is but poorly
fiirnlslied without a China clos
et Tliey ure n necesslt) fur
lei'eplng the dainty ware safe
and i'Ii an
We linte a new stock of
hnndsiinie OaU Closets nt low
prlee-s also 11 well seli'i'ted HtneK
i;rrl)mh iiniti'il to lmil.
iitiinit the store'
BACK THEM UP
sold a tremendous lot of
HANAN'S SHOES In the
last ear, and every on" of
them has given perfect sat
isfaction. Wo can't ofTcr any more
or any less; wo can only
say, to thoso unfortunates
that havo not yet bought a
pair, that they have n treat
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J. H. FISHER
Stock and Bond Brokers.
FIRE ASSOCIATION, of Phlladelphlt,
WESTERN ASSURANCE CO, of T
Offices Stanaenwald Blda- Mt
HONOLULU 6T0CK BXCIIANGH
Hom.tulu. t ebruary il, 1902
NAME OF STOCK olfl
C. Drfr h Com pan
NS SithiDO Co, 11
L B. Ktrr k Co.. Lti
Cwi Plant it Ion Co ...
Hawaiian Art IcultufilCt
Hawaiian Com & Su Co
Hawaiian Suear Co .
Honomu Susjar Co
Monokaa sugar o
Haiku Surar Co
KahuVu Plantation Co
Kliahulu Sugar Co
atoloa Sutar Co
0hg Surar Co ,
(nooifi Sugar Co
Ookala Surar Plan Co
Olaa Su Co. LtJ . ail
1 imjw 1 an'
K 5.000 to
OlaaSuCn Lti fJupl
I'aaunau Su Plan Cr
Puih Sugar Mill
Paia PlanMimn Cn
J, OoO.OOO 1 9
Pionpcr Mill t m
I'lonoff Mill Co A .
t tJO.Ooni too
WalJlua Agri Co
Walmanai .Sujr Co
Waimfj Mlil Co
WllJrr SiMmhln fn
tntrr-hianj StfamN Co
Hawaiian L.trlr Co
Hon RarU T At L Co
Mutual Ttlrf hone Co
Profit a Kc & R I g Co
liri National Hank
Itw AS Bank &T Co
Hawaiian Cv rtt crnt
Ililo K RU Arrcrnt
iidii ki u irann
I wa Plantat n ( rrr rrnt
Oahu U ft I C u prr c
Oahu Pljniatlon 6 p c
Olai Plantation 6 ?,c
Waialua Agricul 6p c
I. V. Ilii'lii' .ment nf the' Clnbe Nfl-
iKutlein Cn with ('upt-iin V C U.-nny
ntnl n turpi of nurc)ors left for Ann
IiiiI.i in the Kteamer lual.uil lust een
Iiik Willie tlieri' tliej will mnlce ar
rntiKemeiita foi moorltiKB for the
ettniiierH which will t.ike the MAhre
KiiK.tr Co 11 crop ellrett to H.in Prat.-
The Valentine boclal of the V. W.
(' A ulilch Ik u illntlnctly Imitation.!'
affair niul tn which nnc-thlret of the
memlieni eif tho iiBMielatlon liae been
IliNltcel Ih tile' Hccoml of tlio foi Ice kd
cl.ilfi The linltatliniB t it are quite)
ti unique nffalr. being written on .1
heart of reel paper with a silt eelso with
the follow ItiK wording "The Y. W. C.
A. at home, Valentine's Day. Ilrlng a
nlentlne. If onl n line Also an .
rort of eoinc mrt (a man If joii can),
8p m Alicm'"
WILLAHD n. DUOWN.
W. A. LOVE.
FIIANK HALSTEAD. i
flalstead & Go;;
ON SUGAR SECURITIES
921 Fort Street.
8tock and Bond Exchange.
STOCK AND BOND BROKER,
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGR.
Onlera for the pnrclinse or Halo of
BtockB unil lionels earefiily anil prompt
ly oxccuteel. Loans negotiated
Office Room 401, 4th floor, Stanoen-
wald Bldg. Pottoffice box 390; Tele
phone Main 331.
E. W. JORDAN
18 STILL IIOLDINti 1
big - discount
sale - in - all
an uu w III Unci cm enquiry
IMMCIJ8 CUT TO CI.UAII
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