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I , MaXafgaEB RHTNFSS HlLUUIHII Hi lUllHIIUU The Bulleltn'k special Industrial edl.
F ' Mb M(?5e5!5! UUUIIll-UV . 0n can be obtained at thlt office or
MfBSKHn' in" i
WALL, NICHOLS CO., LTD.
Two Stores In One.
dining
Wo aro safo In saying that a moro beautiful line of dining room
furnlturo was never soon In Honolulu. They consist of round and
square tnblcs of rich quarter siwcd golden oak, tho round tobies
measuring flvo feet across.
WILTON, AXMINISTER AND
SMYRNA RUGS
an entirely now stock of go ,rguous doslgnB Just opened and will sell
rapidly. Como and got yours bsforo tho prettiest ones aro selected.
J. HOPP & COMPANY
Lending Furniture Dealers.
CORNER KING AND BETHEL STS,
New
Zealand
Table Dainties
Tho last boat brought us a consign
ment of onions from Now Zealand. At
this time of year theso onions aro hard
and firm, whllo California onions aro
Eproutlng. It you are fond of this veg
etable they will provo a treat. Wo
also have
NEW ZEALAND CHEESE
both In tins and open, and we received
with tne same goods
MULLET
put up In tins like salmon.
H. MAY & CO.
Tim LEADING GROCERS.
Telephones 22, 24, 92
Our Customers Like Our
Gurry Powder !
Why?
They are satisfied that the
Ingredients used In Its
manufacture arc the finest
obtatnablo and that you
will think so too when you
use It.
LEWIS & CO.
;. LEADING GROCERS. .:
1060 FORT STREET.
240 Three Telephones 240.
A HANDFUL OF GLASSES will
, . not help your eyesight,
If you wear them all. unless jour vis
Ion has been properly tested and the
right lens fitted. That Is Just where
the skill of an optician comes to your
aid. If I test your eyes you will bo
sure of getting the right glasses, and
will havo pleasure and satisfaction in
wearlug them.
A. N. SANFORD,
Manufacturing Optician.
Boston Building, Fort Street.
Over May &Co.
O ; EVENING BULLETIN, HOMOLULU.tl. T., TUESDAY,
1 JVy7 Imccciau at niiMAunn local and general
EXPANSION
The successful merchant
recognizes tho Importance
of business system. 'Ihls
Illustration shows tho sim
ple process of building a
stack of sections with
THE
ROCKWELL-WABA8H
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, we will be pleased to
sco you.
NEW BOOKS
and
stationery
A Few of tho Latest Hooks:
"Life of Robert Louis Stevenson," 2
vols, by Balfour.
"American Traits," by Umstcrberg.
"Labor: A Novel," by Zola.
"Hawthorno and La'vcnder," by W. E.
Hcnloy.
"Tho Daby: Ills Care and Training,
a book for mothers.
"Tho Debatable Land," by Arthur
Coulton.
"Tho Velvet Glove," by Merriman.
"Tho Portion of Labor," by Mary E.
WUklns.
"Tho Making of Jane," by S. B. Elliott.
"Tho Century Book for Mothers."
Elegant Stationery In the New Shapes
and Tints for Polite Correspond-
ence Always at
Golden Rule Bazaar
ISO Hotel Street.
No More Dread
the Dental Chair
TEETH EXTRACTED AND FILLED
ABSOLUTELY WITHOUT PAIN bj
our late sclentlQo method applied to the
gums. No sleep-producing agents 01
cocaine.
These are the only dental parlors it
Honolulu having PATENTED APPLI
ANCES and Ingredients to extract. All
and apply gold ciowns and porcelain
crowns undectecable from natural teetl
and wurranted for ten years, WITH
OUT THE LEAST PAIN. All wort
done by OIIADUATED DENTISTS ol
from 12 to 20 yenrs' experience, an
each department In charge of a Special
1st. Olvo us a call, and you will find
us to do exactly as we advertise. W
will tell you In advance exactly wha
your work will coat ov a FREE EX
AMINATION.
Sot Teeth SB Ot
Gold Crowns... 65.01
Gold Fllllnfis $1.00
Sliver Fillings 50i
HO PLATES
Our name mono win u. nuurantr
that your work will be of the best.
New York Dental Parlors.
Room 4, Elite Building, Hotel Street
LADIES IN ATTENDANCE
Hours, 8 a. m. to 6 p. c
8undays, 9 a. m. to 12 m.
Honolulu
Bowling
Parlors
METROPOLE BUILDING,
Alakea 8t.
nianlj sport for llnnly Mea.
Strictly first-dims In cvory respect.
AN HOUR IN THE MORNING
THE 8AME HOUR EVERY MORNING
or afternoon, given to dictation, will
keep your correspondence "cleaned
up." Try It a month.
Jr. 1VEDV niKtinAun nnrrinnnilinl
. V. AT EH I. ouatucsa wuwuuuucut
I Reaularltyl Certainty Despatchl
Tel. Main 76. 95:45. Elite Bldg.
I. Jt) tlHbfaftf tfeh
ntUUIh -VMMK5P4
MADAME BISHOP GIVES
IIONOLULUTTES A TREAT
She Knows How to Sing and Sings as
If She Knew IIow-Choru3
and Orchestra
Work.
If artistic singing means an appeal
to the heart and to the mind, nt once,
then Madame Oenevra Johnstonc
Ulshup Is an artistic singer of the first
magnitude. There need bo no attempt
hero to analyze the various qualtlcs
that go to mako up her splendid voice
for such matters hava all been dwelt
upon hundreds of times and, In truth,
they lime no effect on the verdict of
the pcoplo wlio hear the great oratorio
singer Sufllco It to say, she has the
best of ovcry quality combined In her
voice and sho can sing.
Behind the lady's wonderful mezzo
soprano olco In nn understanding
which gives each noto she sings Its
proper place and brings forth a Unifi
ed whole that cannot hut be eminently
satisfactory Coupled with this perfec
tion of singing Is n graclousness of
manner that at once puts those who
listen to her In a frame of mind fao..
able to what she has to Impart, thus
making them one with herself. All
theso uunlltlcs she showed during the
production of the Messiah at Oalui Col
lege last night.
Long before 8 o'clock, I'auahi hall
was crowded with the people of the
city who appreciate good music Those
who arrived at 7:45 found It necessary
to take Inferior seats In the two rooms
at the sides of tho hall
Shortly after tho hour announced
for the concert, the chorus and orches
tra were In their places and then tho
four soloists Madam Dlehop, Mist
Ethel Cameron, Mr. Mclchers and Mr
Miller appeared at tho front. As Ma
dame Bishop appeared, she was greet
cd with great npplauso.
Considering tho short time during
which Prof. Baltaseus has had to
train his chorus and the jouthfulncss
of tile major part thereof, the work
done was very creditable Of course,
there was the lack of that fullness of
voice which Is so necessary In oratorio
singing but nevertheless, tho singers
did well A chorus of seventy-five had
been announced but there were a bare
fifty on tho stage.
Tho alto and hiss soloists were not
as confidant as they might have been
hut they produced n good effect Loje
II. Miller, tho tenor, was by far tho
best of the amateur soloists.
No complaint can bo made about tho
work, of the orchestra- Prof. Ammo Is
tho kind of u leader to Inspire confi
dence and to pilot his willing musi
cians very cleverly through the most
difficult passages In the Messiah. The
Pastoral Symphony was done In a way
the orchestra can well bo proud of.
When this worship Impelling piece of
music "hail been completed, Madame
Bishop was nplauded with a will and
at tho conclusion, said to Prof. IJnllu
seyus' "I never henrd the Pastoral
Symphoii) done better, ft just put mo
In the right frame of mind to sing my
recitative that follows, 'There werj
shepherds abiding In tho field ' "
It Is not necessnrj to na much
more about Madame Wallop's singing.
She has given Honolulu n tn.U tlmt I
very seldom to be had hue In her
work Ubt night she showed her mas
tery over the difficult work of oratorio
singing One thing she did that tho
writer luis never hi fore hi en nn ora
torio soloist do In the dimuilt parts
of tli c choruses, slit Joined In with thu
other singers to swell the volume nnd
sho did It with such an easy grnce that
no one was cognizant of the fait that
nnythlng unusual was going on Pci
hap8 the best thing Madame Bishop
did was her conclusion of 'them that
sleep" In tho air nf "I know that my
Redeemer llvctli."
Honolulu lovers of mimic will b glad
to learn that Madame Bishop Intends
to sing In the opera house one night
this week, under the management of
Wm I) Adams of the Bergstrom Mu
fclc Co, The oxnet date will be given
out tomoriovv.
If.... ...... ... 1, I 1-..I T Kn.. .. ....
..mu... .. .. V. rvu u-.,...p .,-
China today uIvoh details of the re-
ent attack on a British simmer by
Hiliuse mu lu.-ers Chlnm. soldiers.
20ft Iii number. Hied on tho steumcr
anklngon the West river .wounding
the chaplain of the British flagship
Glorj and slightly Injuring another of-
fleer Tho shooting took plaie nt mid
day on .lunuarj nth. when no trouble
w. m.., ....... ...... ..-,i...... ....,.,.
fair was npoittd to Hongkong by
Hev i; .1 Hard), million diapluiu
at tlu' Ity and hu said the soldiers
concerned, though native troops, wcru
mutlniorH 'l.io two wounded men
arc Uov Charles K. I, Cowan, thn
chnpluln, nnd an unknown Kmopian
rustnms nlllcir. whose iianio Hardy
was un.iblo to obtuln, and vvbp had his
leg grazed
The NunKIng met tin' gunboats
Sandpiper and. Hobln. nnd reported
wimc ..... cKc.rreu. luoiiouiii pro -
reeded nt onco to uvea tlgnt,.. and
Cowan was taken to Hongkong on h
S'1'1 TJ-, ,!S'T .!l ""., r:'", SS
...,... . ..... .v.v .w. .... ..., ...
not brow any further light upon the
,l" or "" niiitlneeri).
"
ANOTHBR INDIA PAftllNH.
London, !V!i fi Prom Cnliutla the
cniitspondent of tho Daily Mall In n
iUHp.it li nnH them Is little) doubt that
India Is threatened with nnotlior se
ven, fninlnci This Is the more lo bo
dreaded lncaiiiie the urea nffected In
practlciillv the Hiime Hint mis. In en
riivagid during the past two venrs.
Mm li clepeiidH upon tlin riilnfnll during
,n"' """"'K foilnlght umtliiuus tho
, orri-aponilunt. as n largo petition of
the spring irop is still capable of be
ing saved.
the news standi. Price Z5 cents.
Q. H. Berrey's office, 8 Campbell bid
A small locket has been lost See
Lost column. I
J. K. Nnhalo of Kail camo 1 thu'
Mauna Loa today,
C. II. Wells leaves for Maul In tin
Claudlne this afternoon '
Corns and Ingrowing nails removed'
wunoui pain uy ur. uogic, Arlington
block.
The bark Allien Besse sails for San
Francisco this nftornoon with a load
of sugar.
An Important notice to Intending
passengers per the Alameda appears
under New Todny.
Charles Moltcno. formerly of Mer
chant streot, has reopened his shaving
parlor on King street, opposlto young
building.
Bourbon Whiskey, 6 years old, 13 30,
Claret, CO cents; Sherry nnd Toknv 75
cents a gallon at Hoffschlacgcr Co s
King Street
Services over tho body of the Int.
Dr George Saul will ho held at tho
homo of Mrs Weir, 319 South mo
yard street, at 10 n. in. Sundaj u xt.
Friends aro invited
Tho Garden Islo o. Hanamnutu hi
ual. for February. Is out. It coniuins
a vast amount of Interesting n -,
written In Engllsii and Japanese, Th
latter is Intensely interesting.-
Tho waterfrontera aro looking w iii
ranch Indignation at tho way tho Dm
Ish cruiser Phaeton Is emptying cm
largo loads of ashes Into tho harhoi
which Is, ns everyone knows, shallow
cuough already.
Another match of tho first scries of
tho Y. M. C. A. handball tournament
was played yesterday between Paul
I'errelra and Luther Evans. Perrclra
won wlht 21 points to Evans' 7 In tjie
first game and 21 to 11 In tho second
There w!ll bo a meeting nf tho polo
association this afternoon for tho pur
pose of considering tho matter of a
game to swell tho McKlnley memorial
fund nnd other matters of Importance
Tho meeting will take place at tho
usual place at 1 o'clock.
Tho bark Mohican will go over to
the Inter-Island wharf tomorrow morn
Ing to take on board about 1000 bags
of sugar. This will be tho first part
of the vessel's load and Captain Kollj
expects to enjoy life hero for about
a month before ho can get nway
Among tho denatures for Maui and
Hawaii ports in tho Klnnii today vveie
tho follovvlugl Ilev. G L Poarson
Uov. and Mrs. W D Westervelt, Mrs
W O Walker, Robert Purdy, R Hind
A C Wall, 8. P Mablc, St. O. Say
res, II. A. Allen and J. G. I tap p.
J Mersbcrg Jr. was arrested yes
tcrday on tho charge of larceny In tho
second degreo. Ho was caught with
the cushion and curtains to tho buggy
of Dr. Cooper's which so mysteriously
disappeared from a place In tho Me
Cully tract the other night and was
found down town early the next morn
ing. Tho Epworth League of the Meth
odist church will give a book social at
the home of the pastor this evening.
Ever one Is requested to donato a book
suitable for the Sunday school library
Tho oung ladles will Impersonate
books and will bo drawn from the
circulating library by the gentlemen.
A FAMOUS HPtAR
Win n Captain Parker of the police
forco was last on the other side of the
Island, ho succeeded in purchasing
frum an old native one of the war
spears or Kcanlanl, n chief of this Isl
and who lived In tho days beforo Kn
nichnmeha and after whom was named
the Pun o Keanlant where a famous
battle was fought and where tho Ha
waiian chief onco more demonstrated
his superiority over nil others Cap
tuln Parker has had man) offers to
buy this famous the but he will not
part with It. Ho Is now getting tho
history of the spear in form so that
ho may have 'It written out and pre
served.
Victoria. II. a. Kch. 6. Major Hay
word of this rlty has iccelvcd n let
ter from Budapest. Hungary, dated
January 17th. In which tho writer, hav
ing nail of thu company formed hero
to search for trcasuru on Cocoa Isl
anil, offers to dispose) of descriptive
notes and a plan of location of the
bulled treasure for $10,000 nnd 1 per
cent of tho amount recovered. Hu
vv rites
"An old frli nd of my lato father
lllllll lit lunnlV v.mc. n.r.. n .. nl.l l-.ii
r- .".j .o 1..1. u,. w,. ...ik
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, lortall, Iaro () ,;,,, hru I
,.,, .,,,, m , Ul0 Atlan
uvmi i.i.ih, wi,..,. i n... n,... i,ir
, nineteenth cc'ntury. Mpinlsh and
tlltr plrnU.B ,,,, ,,,,,,, , ,
, ,,,., c . 5 nnn .,.,
-p u.it. iu . i,i..i.i., ....... . '
, Kt ,,,,, ,)Ilt 8l.cmH v,.ry ,,,,
in tnrilist as til noiKesM nn the Meint
ul the plratci boot).
. .
OHIc'nl HHiiRMlniitecl
Holla, Tub 0. Jl. Knmtlehefa, the
Minister of I'ulle l.iKlrurltur u.is
ahsabstnatcd today In his t-tnly bv a
.Mai edor.laii, who prteitdc-l that ho
wanted to present a petition
1 The nssasHln subsequently commit
ltd sulclda by shooting himself.
, Mn5 or Low seems to havo mado ur
, ni)W nonr(1 ,)f KlllIcatnn fronl th'0
bcst mnU.rlo, nt ,,, romman(li an(. B0
l .- one ran J,K0 u. foro-l men,
)0r(t repri,8,,nt n nn emlnmt way the
....HgLtd citizenship of Now York
A K1,m, lnt ,,,,. ,ir'thl, mvmbcfH ot
the
old hoaids are appointed to the
Hew onu to give It the lunefit of ox
Ipeilcnce and fnnillliult) with tho
school systems of the different hor
ouglis Now York Mall and i:press.
Ill this matter of pi-nnlon-i It is tho
urgent duty of Congress to to sur
round tho pension ofllco with tho pro
tection of effective laws that, nobody
who Is not entitled to n pension shnll
be nble to get one The anv eminent
bbnuld be generous to thu deserving,
but must not allow Its genoroslty to
bo taken ndvantngo nf by tho unde
serving Chltugo Tribune.
FEn. 18, 1902.
It's up to
MclNERNY
Rsa
S fSllNlTON
INDUCEMENTS
for - one - week - beginning
MONDAY, FEB. 17TH
Misses' Skirts
hemstitched and with tucking,
regular price, 75c
Sale price GOc
Misses' Skirts
lace embroidered, very good ma
terial, regular price, 75c
Sale price 48c
AH tho above goods dlspplajed iu our show windows and
prices plainly marked
Another Week of
MATTING SALE
Whllo tho prices of theso mattings arc far below what they
havo over been offorcd at before,
whole stock, as Is our intention,
week. You can't afford to miss
cost.
FANCY MATTING, five different patterns, heavy weigh',
at tho oxtromcly low prlco of $6.50 per roll of 40 yards. A FINER
LOT All linen woof, fancy patterns of the newest designs A
largo variety of patterns and colors, at $10.50 per roll. 8peclal
prices will be mado on lots of five rolls or more
PACIFIC IMPORT COMPANY,
Model Block.
CLIINTOIV J. HUTCHINS,
INSURANCE.
LIFB
m
B . li nuTn USy
FIRE XJfr ' T MARINE
MclNERNY BLOCK. PORT ST.
ONE
THIRD
OF YOUR
LIFE
Is spent In bed and why not
havo tnat third comfortable?
Iron bedsteads aro cool; that
means n good deal towards com
fortand for this climate aro
the only ones to uso.
Our stock Just now Is tho larg
est over carried by any ono
house on tho Islands, and tho
assortment Is complete.
White Enamel Iron Beds
cither plain or with brnss trim
inlngs, nnd roan colored ones In
stock,
l'rlces from $4.50 upward.
Coyne Furniture
COMPANY, LTD.
PROQRE8S BLOCK.
yon
to decide
Wo've got the shoes that
wear, that give comfort
have stylo and finish
Hvery pair has HANAN'S
name stamped on them You
can't afford to hold off anj
longer.
Olvo us one reason why
jou shouldn't hnvo a pair
and wo'll produce forty to
show why jou should
shoe store
Anchor Brand Sheets
Single bed sheets, plain 72x00
nt 85c each.
Single bed BhcctB hemstitched,
at 90c.
Double bed, plain. 00x90 at 90c.
Double bed, hemstitched at $1.
Pillow Gases, Anchor Brand
Plain, 3Cxl5, nt 20c each.
Hemstitched, 30x15, at 30c each.
we have not jet disposed of tho
so oxtend tho salo for another
this sale the mattings are at actual
Fort Street.
AX
w
Qt
J. H. FISHER
& Company.
Stock and Bond Brokers.
AQENT8 FOR
FIRE ASSOCIATION, of Phlladelphtv
WE8TERN ASSURANCE CO, of T
ronto.
Offices 8tangenwald Bids. M
chant street.
HONOLULU STOCK UXC1IANGP
Honolulu, February 18, loci
NVME OF STOCK
Cirlul
Pi I J up
BUI
MERCANTILE.
NS SlchcDO Co.ll
LB. Ktrt (V Co.. Lll I
400
60,000
00.00c
SUGAR
E ft inUtlon Co
HiwtHinAffTlculttralCo
1,000,000
.iwinnv.oin oou Co
Htwiltin Sueir Co
Honomu Sugir Co
Hoftokaa Sugar Co
Haiku Sutar Co
Kahuku Plantation Co
Mit.fto
T 5000
500,000
joooo
"J
KIWI Plant Co 111,
Kl.ihulu Sutar Co . .
Koloa Sugar Co
M.'BrvaSuCo,U
O'hu Sugar Cck. .
Owcnta suearCo.
LOU,
I60OOO
)oc,orcl
I oo,oot
too
11
J. 600,000'
tJOinfie
Oikala Sutar Plan Co
OlaaSu Co. Ltd . ail
OlaaSuCo LU pJur
B?
f (00,000'
Paauruu Su Plan Co
Pacific Suiar .Villi
Pall 1'lanutloaj Co
IVpwkfo Sug.r Co ...
f'Jonrer Vim Co
159000
500.000
T $0,000
lh
ata
r
tra
M
I! ' J
US
lit
. l(o
J To
... no
750,000
f t JO 000
1'lone.r Atlll fto liu.
Waljluj Agri fo
WallukuSuear Co
WalmanaloSuf;ar Co
500 000
4,500.000
T00,00t
S.
Itj 000
MISCELLANLOtS
Wilirr Sttimihln fn
tnttrUn.j Steam N Co
500000!
500,000
500,000
niwinan Litctrit ti
Hon Rartd T & L Co
Mutual Trlfrhon Co
Oahu UvSiL Cn
3.
19
People' Ice At R I e Co
f 000,000
lW.'
BANKS
Flfit National tlar
Tlrt ASIiantVTi.o
fin St)
Hawaiian (jov rer cent
HiloKKCo 6ftrcrnt
Hon UapJ Transit
fcwa I'tantat n 6 percent
Oahu Plantation Arc
Olaa Plantation 6 p, C
Walalua AcrlcU 6 p c
METHODIST HAVOKS CIIINIlHli.
WashlnRton I'cb fi Rev S. I..
U.ildvvln orrrctnrj of tho Mlsslonar)
KociPt) of tbc Mctliodlst l'ulscopal
rliurcli was heard by tho House Com
mittee on I'orelcn Affairs toda In op
position to I lie .Mltchrll-Kahn bill for
Chinese exclusion He took tho posi
tion th.it general restrictions on Imml
Krants should govern nil nationalities
alike nnd that discrimination against
thn Chinese iilone was not to the pub
lic Interest.
I'rcsldcnt Gompers of the American
I'cclerutlon of Iibor continued his
statement In support of tho bill. Up
exhibited fac-simllex of tho Instruc
tions sent by the Cblncso to tholr
friends in China, pointing out tho v. ay
to get Into this country. Gompcr
also stated that Maxwell Ilvarts of
New York, who advocated an extension
of tbc Geary law, had attacked that
law In the United States Supremn
Court, and that tbc contention of Its
Invalidity was still before tho court".
The hearing continues tomorrow
WILLAHD E. BROWN.
W. A. LOVE.
FltANK 1IALSTEAD.
Halstead & Go.;
STOCK AND
BOND BROKERS.
MONEY ADVANCED
ON 8UQAR SECURITIES.
921 Fort Street.
Members Honolulu
8tock and Bond Exchange.
Albert Raas .
FINANCIAL AGENT.
STOCK AND BOND BROKER.
MEMBER OF
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE
Orders for tho purchase or salo ot
stocks nnd bonds carofuly and prompt
ly executed. Loans negotiated
Office Room 401, 4th floor, Stingen
wald Bldg. Postoffiee box 330; Tele
phone Main 331.
E. W. JORDAN I
t 18 STILL HOLDING
big - discount I
sale - in - all
departments :
objou will Jlnd on enquiry $
PRICKS CUT TO CLEAR
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