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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. !.. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 20, igro.
There is only one place in town to
buy DRY GOODS, that is, IF YOU
WANT TO BUY THEM
We have just received,
Ex S. S. "Queen," : :
One Hundred and Ninety Six
Calicos, Ginghams, Per
cales, Dimities, Organdies,
Sateens, Ready - made
Sheets and Pillow Slips,
Towels, Sheetings, Pillow
Casings, Ribbons, Laces,
WE DEFY COMPETITION.
N. S. SACHS DRY
HAWAII LAND CO.
Capital, paid up,
W. O, Achl President A Manager
M. K. Nakulua,..- Vice President
J. Makalnal .Treasurer
Enoch Johnson Secretary
Goo. L. Desha Audltcr
BOARD OF DIRECTORS:
J. W. Blplkane,
The above Company will buy, lease,
or sell lanJj tu all parts of the Hawaiian
Islands; and also has bouses In the City
of Honolulu for rent. 1489-vl
W. C. ACHI & CO.
Brokers & Dealers
CT We will Bu or LelBeal Estate lr.
all parts oi the group.
Or We will Bell Properties on Reason
able Commission! 1
OFFICE. 10 WEST KING STREE1
Real Estate Broker,
223 MERCHANT ST.
Property In town and suburbs
and HOUSES TO LET.
T. R. IMOSSMAN
Real Estate Agent
Searcher of Titles
'I- ! II ' ! '' I1 $
Can satisfy your wants
if you mention them in its x
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GOODS CO., Ltd
II STOCK B
GOODS CO., Ltd
J. J. WILLIAMS,
Visitors are cordially Invited to
call and inspect our gallery of life
size royal photos, from Kamehamehi
I. to date.
At the Old Stand
On Fort Street
a New Lot of
Beaver Lunch Rooms
H. J. NOLTE.
P, O Box tji ItUni Correspond! net Solicited
FINKE & ASBAHR,
Cut and Growing Plants, Sprays, Bou'
Decorators for Weddings and Recep'
Floral Designs for Funerals a Specialty.
Next to Williams' Undertaking Parlors,
C. A. GROTE
Merchant -:- Tailors
Cleaned and Repaired
FIRST CUSS WORK GUARANTEED
Uiilon St. near Hotel ijou
Young St., bet. Alapal & Kaplolanl Sts.
Newly furnished rooms with board.
Also table board. Telephone H71 Blue.
Art Embroidery Taught.
Lessons In AIIT EMBnOIDEHV will
be given by Mrs. H. II. Williams at tha
City Furniture Store, Fort street.
First Class stamping done
MRS. H. H. WILLIAMS.
Maui Suffers Heavy Loss
From Wild Kona Storm
Water Pipes Washed Out
In the lao
LOSS ABOUT S10.O00
Taro and Rice Planters Suffer Heavily
Narrow Escape of Carl
Wailuku, .Maul, Nov. lu. Maul w.n
visited b one of tho scveiist stornu
for j oars this week.
Rain commenced to pour down In
torrents last Wednesday, ami during
that night and )cstetday It rained so
incessantly that all the rice patches an 1
taro patches belonging to natives and
Chinese on either side of lao stream
above and also below the Wallukj
sWcl bridge nie all Hooded with water
several feet deep.
Native huts and grnss huts have been
washed nway and many natives and
Chlncbo families hnvo been rendered
homeless It blew a regular Kona gale
on Wcdmsda night nnd nil day
Tliursdn). Mango trees, pear trees,
nlgarobas and other trees which havo
withstood previous storms were up
rooted. Tho lovely row of pine trees
in front of Judge Kalua's premises on
Mnln street was blown down nnd tho
fence Is now a mass of ruins.
Dr. W. 11. Uoote's office on Market
street was laid even with the ground
but not shattered nnd the dentist Is
still using It ns his olllce. The trees
knocked down by the storm are be
ing cut and carried away ns soon as tho
trees fall so as not to obstruct passage.
The fine bouganvllie cieeper In front
of the lllsmarck stables shared the
samo fato as other ornamental shrub
beries and It took a force of men nearly
half a day to clear the wny for tho
hncks to go In nnd out of the stnolo
The storm of one yenr ago was a
pin thing ns comfarod with the fierce
ness of this storm- and the kamanlnas
recall a storm of tbout the sime sever
lt nbout t -n ears ago, but ihi damage
to property done will e(cc'd Hint of
any previous stoiiu on record.
The storm cooled down n little on
Thursday afternoon but during the
night It Increased again until It nlmost
reached the severity of tho lato Galves
ton storm, with the exception of hu
extent of tho damage, for no human
lives havo been reported as lost, al
though there was a report that a Ja
panese baby was washed away last
night but that report could not bo verl
fled. Wiitei PIpcH DiimnCcel.
Tho new government six Inch water
pipes at the first, second, nnd third
crossings, lao stream, havo been ear-
lied away and Wailuku residents nro
now won) lug whether there's enough
apptoprlatlon left to icpnlr the dim-
ago and connect the mains again. The
rescivotr nt tho head of lao valley Is
full hut Mr. Hal, tho superintendent
sa8 that only holds suppl for tin to
dns. Tho $300 pier built by Jas T.
Tn lor, the engineer, nt the second
crossing, has been washed away.
Wiililcjer'H CIohc Sluivc.
Carl Ynldc)cr, tho engineer In
chargo of the new tunnel at Ino vnlloy
for tho Wailuku Sugar Co, was In dan
ger of his life last night. At 3 o'clock
this morning a telephone message tame
from him that his quartets at Mr.
Lamb's place, Ino valley, were entirely
surrounded by a Ilcico torrent of vvu-
ttr mndl rushing down lao stie.im
Deputy Sheriff A. N, !ln)selden and
David Crowell nnd n largo fuicoofpri.s
oners went to his rehcue nt 4 o clock
nnd found Mr. Wnldeer In a very great
ptllkla, for water was rushing down
thiough tho lower story about five feet
deep carrying logs of wood and other
debris along In Its mad rush. Wal
deyer was in tho upper story and all
around him and beneath him was
mad freshet. Tho house, however, was
solid nnd stood tho test all right, an I
a llttlo whllo later, tho vvnters sub-
sided and Mr. Waldetr was extrlcat -
ed from his periotts position.
I MmBm H AMS
Ftinilllen Flooded Out.
Scleral houses below tho Wnlluku
steel brldgo wore flooded last night and
the Inmates lind a llely time moving
out In their night clothts to friends'
houses. The extent of the damage dono
to the growing crops of rice, tarn,
bananas niul potatoes Is estimated up
In the thousands. The natives nnd
Chinese nro the heaviest sufferers nn 1
they ee " tta' h0tt l,lc co",a "
tecompensed for their loss Several
times the Ino stream rose until It al
most reached the loner edge of th"
Wnlluku steel bridge, but the bridge
Is still standing facing the terrible
storm while It rages at Its highest. The
concrete work on the makal side has
been parti washed awa but tho
bridge Is not In danger of giving In,
The Sprcckels' ditch nnd also the
flumes of the Wnlluku Sugar Co man
ka of the mill were washed away last
Kahulul Is Hooded with water nbout
five feet deep. The railroad track I
all under water nnd It Is not known
.vet whether any portion of It Is carried
Natives from Kuh district report
great damage done to crops of torn
nnd potatoes The road from Ktil.t to
Knhulul Is considerably damaged.
Tclrplione l.lncH Down.
The Maul Telephone Comp iny Is alsj
among the big sufferers In this ri n
storm The lines to Lnhalna nnd Ma
ktwao have been damaged and no com
munications can be got with those
places J. de Ilego of the l.ihnlna bus
line, came from Ijihalna esterdav ni d
changed hoi sea at the pall road. II
reports the pall road In prett fair con
dition but the telephone lima nrc bad
ly damnged The Walkapu section of
the Wailuku plantation Is also badly
dnmaged nnd Manager C. II Wells nnd
head lunn Thos. Cummlngs nro out
with n large fope of men to repair
damages as far as could bo done.
Large sections of cane field nt Walkapu
are uestroc1. Minngir Wells savs
that the damage done b.v the storm to
property of the Wnlluku Sugar Com
pany will reach about $10,000. At this
writing, 3 p. in., It Is still niglng In
Wailuku but the Kona gale has sub
sided a Utile, but It may come up again
luring the night. The extent of the
damago to Wailuku ami Walkapu prop
erty alone It Is estimated will reach
The heaviest sufferers nro those sit
uated In tho valley on both sides of
the lao strenm, and It Is here for miles
that property Is considerably damage 1
Wailuku proper, being built upon in
elevated countr does not faro tho
same fatens those In the valley, and the
mil) damago done In Wailuku proper
Is to the ttces and n few houses havo
the shingles blown off, but these houses
have been niedlng shingles for the Inst
five ears, so In somo cases It spares
tho owners tho trouble of emplolng
labor to remove the old dilapidated
shingles for new ones. The new bull 1
lug of tho Maul Drug Co., Ltd., at the
comer of Main and High streets, was
nlfcn damaged n little, the foundation
giving way In some places but Mr.
Pleld repaired the dimngo In short or
The old town clock on tho Knahu
manu clan h tower Is damaged by the
storm for It stopped twice esteulav
nnd toda) It Is still In the same conn
Wnlluku, Nov. 17. Tho storm has
now (tinted and the weather Is begin
ning t clear up. Ihcio was ver lit
tle rain last night and toda there was
hardly any rain nor wind to Bpenlt of
The damage to tho Wailuku Sugar Co.
at tho Walkapu section alone Is esti
mated at about $10,0u0, thero being over
100 net is of cnnei either wnshed out
or tovered with mud and incts from
the Walkapu hills Tho Wnlluku sec
tion situated In lao valley Is also eon
sliler.ihl damaged tho tunnel of tho
Wailuku Sugar Company In lao valle)
Is damaged for a distance of sever tl
bundled feet nnd It will take Mr. Wal
do or and his men some time to repair
tho damago sustained to tho tunnel.
Tho Walt hit section Is also damnged
while tho Wnlhto section tinder held
lima Wm. G. Ogg Is damaged but very
little. Tho extent of the damago to th3
Wailuku plantation Including tho Wnl
kapu and Wailuku sections will
alamutint to over (20.000.
I Two natives arrtved this morning
from I'lttpnlakua and they report tho
gieat damago done to property in that
i vklnltj Tho roads were In n ver Im I
stato they saj The Honolulu mall
per Mntina l.oa last night has not
I reached Wailuku et the Walkapu road
between Wnlluku and Maalaea being1
still Impassable, for hacks. An efTo-t
J will however be made to get the mall
A native camo Into Wnlluku this af
ternoon from Knhakuloa and reports
that place as sharing the storm but no
damage dono to property nor to taro
patches, only the Kahn kuloa road Is In
a ver) bad condition
Plans to Reduce
War Stamp Tax
Washington, Nov 9 Steps will be
liken nt onee b the Kepuiillna' o, th
House to icdu e; 'i vvai 'a te Ch or
man l'a)ne. after consulting President
McKlnley todai In rrpar.I to legisla
tion which will .14 "inxiricii'd this win
ter, announced that he would call a
meotliK of 'he Wiy and Minns Com
mittee .0 meet 'U St 1 witt Sfl'ii. (0
map out .1 Irglsla e K'gi.im for he
coming fcesslon wll'i ji.it culnr atten
tion to the repeal of, portions of tho
war revenue net. Those who had hoped
to sec at least half of the taxes rt-
moved will be disappointed as It Is
contemplated that taxes to the amourt
of only $2i),OuOM0O will be removed.
the henv) expenditures attendant upon
the campaign lu the Philippines not
permitting a further reduction
The problem ns to what taxes sha'I
be removed Is a perplexing one but It
has ahead been determined In n gen
eral way that those which nre moet
troublesome to the people, such ns tho
1 tamp taxes, will be removed Hist This
liob.ibl means that the stamps upon
iheiks preipiletnr) medicines deedi,
moitg.iges lulu rltnlieea for charitable
nnil benevolent purposes and stamps
1 pon telegrams w III be abolished
WHEN LEFT TO! HEIR
OWN WAYS OF LIFE
Easily Stirred Up by h rational
Reports on the
Washington, Nov. 10 Major Gen
eral MacArthur commanding the army
In the Philippines and .Military Gover
nor of the Islands since Ma) 5. 190a,
has submitted his teport to tho War
Department. A tonslderablu portion of
the report relate-s to e'vents vvhlcli tool;
place previous to the elate when he ns-stune-d
eommaud and he puhllshe'8 somo
of the tot respondent e and prodama
tlons of the Filipinos obtained before
that time He refers to ih.. clmiiL-n m
Agtilnaldo's plans In abandoning his
orni organization nnd starting n
guerilla warfare. The conditions of
thu country have afforded advantages
for mieh a policy, ho sas ns they have
enabled the insurgents to appear and
disappear at their convenience At
...... .!... .I.. 1. II
wiiu nine uiej uiu nuiuii'lB uitu iiuiliu-.
dlatel after niv within tho lines In tho'
nttltudo of jicaceablo natives. A wUo-
ly scatteie-d formation of Filipinos
quick! followed the guerilla warfare
wnii n icel to n coriesponiiing uissemin-
ntlon of American t.oops, the.o being,
53 mllltniy stations lu tho 111 chlpedago1
November 1, ISiO and 413 Bt itlons Sep-1
ttmber 1, 1900. This resulted In n large
number of minor affairs man of whlth
did not assume the dignity of a regul ir
toinhnt, though the casualties between
tho elates stated vveio 2GS Amerlinns
killed, T.'O wounded nnd -ir captures!
tho Filipino losses during the situe
time being 3,227 killed. G!) wounded
and 2.SCI raptuied General MacAi
thur ea8 the extenslvo distribution of
ttnois has strained the soldiers of the
nrmy to the full limit of tudttrante Ho
sa8 the apparent) desultor work lias
demanded more of discipline nnd ns
much of valor as was required during
the period of regular operations ngaluet
concentrated Held forces of Insurrec
tionists. General MacArthur speakB In
tho highest terms of the service ren
dered b the troops amid nil labors nnd
"Tho Filipinos," sn)s General Mac
Arthur, "ate not a wnrllke or ferocious
people. Left to themselves a largo
number of them would gladly accept
American supremacy which they aio
grndiiall) coming to understand means
Individual liberty and absolute secur
ity In their lives and property They
havo been maddened, however, the past
llvo tnrs, by rhttorlcal sophistry, and
stimulants applied to national pride,
until powoi of discriminating in mat
lets of public route) n or private Inter
est, has been nlmost entire! suspend
ed As n substitute for nil other con
siderations tho ptople seem to bo ac
tual d b tho Idea that In all doubtful
mutieib of politics or war, men are
ni'tir tight than when going with
tiuli own kith mid kin, regardless of
11u iimdltlnnB he says, has raised
dUlbultles and obstructions in pitch!-eatlon.
AKtPts, Brokers and Mitt.
H. P. BALDWIN President
J. B. CASTLfc tst Vice-President
V. M. ALLXASDLR ...2nd VIce-PreslJent
J. P. COOKL Treasure-
W. O. SMITH Secretary and Audltot
Sugar Factors and
Hawaiian Commercial & Sugar Co,
Olai Sugar Co.
Haiku Sugir Co.
Pala Plantation Company.
Nihlku Sugar Company.
Kihel Plantation Co.
Hawaii Sugit Co,
Kahulul Ralhoad Company.
The California and Oriental S. S.
V.G. Irwin &8
Western Sugar Ileflnery Co., of lu
Ilablwln Locomotive Works, at
1 ml...lcli , I'cnti.. V. S. A.
Newell fnhtisal Mill to. (Natlotul
Cnne Shtcelder)' New York, U. S A.
N. Ohlandt & Co.'s Chrmlcal KertlU-
Alex. Cross &. Sons, high grade Fi
tlllzeis for Cane nnd Coffee.
Iteeds Steam Pipo Covering.
also opKint roit SALD
IMrnlllnc Jalnt Co s 1'. & I). PalnU
nnd Papers, Lutol and Llui4
Oils raw and boiled
Indtirlne (a tuld-water point),
white nnd colors.
Kilter Tress Cloths, Cement, Mat
CASTLE & COOKE
Tt e PUnlal' Co
Tb Wilalua Atilcultival C , L 4,i
Tbt KotiaU Suf ar Co
Tba W1I1111 Sui till C.
TfcalCciloa Agricultural Co.
Tlia Fulton Iron Workt, St, loila, Ml.
Iba Sutliti Oil Co.
Tba Co F UlabaSlaaa Puaai.
Walton a Cantrirutala
Tha Naw Enctan i Llfa Inauraica Co, al loi
TnaraaFlralni Co. ol Hanlarl,
Tba Altlanca Aaauranca Cn of Leaiaa.
Hm. G. Irwin & Co.
Wm, O. Irw In., President and MtnacM
Clnus Snreckcla Vice Irftrlt
W. M. aiffard ..Second Vice President.
I '' nunejr jr. .... Ircns. and Be.
Geo. J. Itosa Audita
iOINTS OP TBI
. . ., cjmn a if arrTTi nnlxti t
'UKANIU STEAMBUIP OOMPtr'
OF HAN FHANOIHCO. PAX
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. mp0pteP8 Ond
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QUEBN ST., - HONOLULU.
The Lancashire Insurance Co,
The Bjlolse Insurance Co,
Union Gas Erglne Co.
Domestic Sevv Ing Macb na, Bt
BBWEf( CG., Mft).f
Quaan alra.l. Honolulu H I
Hawaiian AttkUti.ul Co;any, Anarlcaa. MtM
Corrranv, Ookala Sufai Plant, Co , Oooaiia Virl
Co Honomu Suiar C .Wailuku Sutai Co . MaliH
Sugar Co , llalaakala Karen Co., MoTobal Raaibi
Plantar a Llna San ft ) .. co I'aclrat baa Irm
ft Co.'a Llna of boaus Packat.
LIST OF OFFICKRH
C, M, Cooko, Presldonti Oeorje
Heibertsoii, MittiHgur ; K. F. Illslop
Troasurer and Secretary j Col. W.
Allen, Audit ir; P. C. Jones, H, Wstar
liotiMo, Geo. It. Cattor, Directors.
la.ntrtl Manager ol
rbi KqaUable Life Assnrinci Socittr
n th United Btatei for the UawallM
" VSfwhant strut. Hoc
M. PHILLIPS A CO..
Wholesale Importers and Jobber!
Snropein md American Dry 10041
Kot and Qneen Utrteti,
K. HAOKFELD Jt OO., Lid
F.HEHAL COMMISSION ABLETS.
.or.l'ort and Qneen Utreeis houolai I
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