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TUB BVENIriO BULLETIN! HONOLULU, H. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER ar, tro
N. S. SAGHS DRY
There is only
buy DRY GOODS, that is, IF YOU
WANT TO BUY THEM RIGHT,
We have just received,
Ex S. S. "Queen," s s
One Hundred and Ninety Six
X 4hm44m4h4..h -
Calicos, Ginghams, Per
cales, Dimities, Organdies,
Sateens, Ready - made
Sheets and Pillovy Slips,
Towels, Sheetings, Pillow
Casings, Rfbbons, Laces,
WE DEFY (1PCTIIII OUR ST0(K IS COMPLETE,
A SIPidLE YARD OR ARTICLE AT LESS THAN WHOLESALE.
N. S. SACHS DRY GOODS CO., Ltd
HAWAII LAND CO.
Capital Stock - - - $100,000.
Capital, paid up, $48,860
WSC. Achl ....President A Manager
M. K. Nakuln&... Vice President
J. Makalnai Treaaurer
Enoch Johnson Secretary
Geo. L; Desha Auditor
BOARD OF DIRECTORS:
J. W. Blplkane.
The above Company will buy, lease,
or sell lands In all parts of the Hawaiian
Islands; and also has bouses in the City
of Houolnlu for rent. 1489-vl
W. C. ACHI.& CO.
Brokers & Dealers
17 We will Bn or,LWiBal Estate Id
all parts 01 tbe gronp
tf We will Bell
01 ins group.
We will Bell Properties on Beaton-
OFFICE. 10 West King Street
Real Estate Broker.
223 MERCHANT ST.-
Property In town and suburbs
and HOUSES TO LET.
T. R. MOSSMAN
Real Estate Agent
Searcher ol Titles . .
Merchant street. .
Can satisfy your wants J
I if yon mention them in Its
I WANT COLUMNS!
GOODS CO., Ltd
one place in town to
- H - - - H - ;
Visitors are cordially invited to
call and Inspect our gallery of life
size royal photos, from Kamehamehe
I. to date.
At tbe Old Stand
On Fort Street ::
a New Lot of
Beaver Lunch Rooms.
H. J. NOLTE.
P. O. Bo 7J Mini Correspondence Solicited1
FINKE & ASBAHR,
Cut and Growing Plants, Sprays, Bou
Decorators for Weddings and Recep
tions. Floral Designs for Funerals a Specialty.
Next to Williams' Undertaking Parlors.
C. A. GROTE
Merchant -:- Tailors
Cleaned and Repaired
FIRST ) CLASS WORK GUARANTEEt
Union St. near Hotel ijoo
Young St bet. Alapal & Kaplolanl Sts.
Newly furnished rooms with board,
Also table board. Telephone wi Blue.
Art Bmbroldery Taught.
Lessons In ART EMBROIDERY will
be given by Mrs. II. II. Williams at the
City Furnlturo Store, Fort street.
First Class stamping done,
MRS. II. II. WILLIAMS.
PLANS I li
Thanksgiving Day Will
See Some Very Warm
MEETING AT HAWAIIAN
HOTEL WAS ENTHUSIASTIC
Mr. Almy Presents Driving Associa
tion With Three Handsome Silver
Cups Vote of ThanksRaces,
There was a large attendance at the
meeting of the Honolulu Driving As
sociation In the Hawaiian hotel last
evening. Chas. Uelllna was In the
chair. Among those present were the
following: JI, H. Dlggs, deorgo An
drews, Decker, Prince Dalil, Capt.
Soule, Henry Vlcrra, 0. McDonald,
George Merrill, Ous Schumann, J.
Wright, Dr. Clapham, Scth Nichols, C.
H. Judd, C. Uelllna, Jack Gibson, Dr.
Monsarrnt, James Qulnn, J. II. Almy.
Tom King, It. Ballentyno, Archie Young
and P. Jaegar.
There was a lively discussion on sev
eral points regarding the cholco of 4
committee to arrange for the Thanks
giving Day races but the suggestions
did not seem to meet with the views of
the majority. On motion of Dr. Clap
ham, the prclously arranged program
was laid aside and the following sub
stituted: Three minute class, trotting and pac
ing, best two heats In three.
Two forty class, trotting and pacing,
best (wo heats In thiee.
Free for all, trotting and pacing, best
two heats In three.
Hawaiian bred, trottftig and pacing,
best two heats In three.
Team race, one mile, owners to
Ono and one-quarter miles, running.
Odo mile, running. . ,
Six furlongs, running.
One-half mile, running.
Ono mile, running, Hawaiian breds.
FIvo furlongs, Hawaiian breds. '
Three-eighths mile pony race, under
14 M hands.
The following purses, aggregating
ll.GOO wcro arranged for:
Three mlnuto class, 1100.
Two-forty cIobs, $100.
Hawaiian bred, harness, $100.
Freo for nil, $300.
Team race, $100.
One and one-quarter nillo dash, $150
first, $25 Bccond.
Ono mile dash, $123 first, $25 second
Six furlongs dash, $100 first, $25 sec
ond. One-half milo dash, $100 first, $25
O110 mile, Hawaiian bred, $100 first,
$25 second. .
Five furlongs, Hawaiian bred, $100
first, $25 second.
Pony race, $50 first, $25 second.
Mr. Almy, manager of the WalklU
Inn, presented tho association wlti
threo handsomo silver cups to be ap
piled to races to bo decided on by a
committee of tho association. Mr. Aim;
stated that theso wero a Joint present
from Mr. Pascal and himself. A vote
of thankB was unanimously passed.
Tho races on Thanksgiving Day will
begin at 10 a. m. sharp. The freo list
will bo entirely suspended and the
entranco feo will bo one dollar with
half prlco for children. It has been
decided to chargo $2 apiece for quarter
stretch badges. Members of the asso
ciation will each bo given one. No ex
tra charge will bo made for the admis
sion of vehicles on the grounds.
Entries will closo at 8 o'clock next
Thursday evening In tho; basement of
tho Hawaiian hotel. This la tho time
To Cure a
AT ALL DRUGGIST. PRICE I0 AND 2&t THL2M Silt
MTU n. KHIQ tlMfi.MiUVi.TU( in
Iwjll give $100
harmful subiUiwM 1
my headache wafers.
fet for tho final meeting when the val
ue of tho purses to be awarded will be
fettled for good.
A committee on purses, consisting of
Prince David Kanananakoa, W, II.
Cornwclt (chairman), and Archie
Young, was appointed by the chair.
Tho officers of the day will be as fol
lows: Judges Captain Soule, O. McDon
ald, Dr. Shaw.
Starter Dr. Monsarrat.
Timekeepers Messrs. Kruger and
Saddling Paddock Dr. Clapham.
Clerk of the Course M. It. Dlggs.
Clerk of the Scales Al Moore.
WAS SURVEY MADE?
Vancouver, U. C, Nov. 12. Deanc,
the Canadian Government Surveyor,
who was commissioned bytho Govern
ment to locate the stakes defining tho
boundary line lnthe Mount IJaker dis
trict for 100 miles from Sumatr, Wash.,
toward the coast", and thus settle all
disputes, makes the remarkable state
ment to the Government that he could
not find stakes anywhere to denote that
a survey of the boundary had ever bc.-u
This bears out the theories told li
old-timers In Yale district to the effect
that when the Joint International sur
cy commltteo was sent to define the
boundary It was appalled nt the high
mountains, deep cliffs and dense for
ests fringing the forty-ninth pari lei,
and agreed to report the survey ns hat
ing been made without actually mak
ing it. Consequently no one knows to
day where the boundary lino Is, and
hence the wild rumors and guesses pub
lished In the press regarding tho dis
puted territory .
Deanc has further reported officially
that In his opinion all the mines of the
district were In Canadian territory, ami
every Inch of the disputed territory
leading Into the mines from Clillllwtftk,
where? Canadian goods wcro seized for
duty, is Canadian territory. This, how
ever. Is an opinion based on theor;,
and not demonstrated by actual survey
work; The report further states that
there Is notracc In the forest to do
note the course of a survey party, anl
no trace of a survey having been made.
Advices come from Chllllwack today
that tho Canadian Minister of Agricul
ture has sent word to the farmers In
the Mount linker district that negotia
tions nre In progress with tho Wash
ington Government to tho end that n
Joint International survey commis
sion may definitely define tho boundary
line from Sumas to the coast as soon
as the snow Is off .tho ground.
HENRY YILLARD DEAD ,
New York, Nov. 12. Henry Vlllard,
the financier, died early this morning
nt his summer home, Thornwood Park,
near Dobbs Ferry. Tho cause of death
was apoplexy, from which ho had been
a sufferer for several weeks. A wctk
ago ho contracted n severe cold, which
hastened the end. Vlllard had been
unconscious nearly nil tho time bIiko
Henry Vlllard was born Hclnrlch
Hllgard, In Speycr, llhenlsh Bavaria,
on April 11, 1835. His great uncle,
Theodore (father of Julius Hllgar.'.,
who became superintendent of the Unit
ed Stafes Coast Survey), led a migra
tion of tho family connections to Belle
ville, 111., In 1835. Ills father, Gustuv,
was In tho Judicial servico of tho Ba
varian Gocrnmcnt and ended Judge
of the Supreme Court at Munich.
Young Hllgard was educated at
schools In Zwelbrucken, Phnlsbourg
and Spejcr, but In October, 1853,, broke
off his university studies and set out
for the United States, Intending to Join
tho colony of his relatlvcs'nt Belleville.
His father's opposition to this step
made him borrow tho surname of a
French schoolmate nt Phalsbourg, and
ho became Henry Vlllard .
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY.
Take Laxathe Bromo Quinine Tablets.
All druggists refund tho money It It
falls to cure. I'. W. Grove's signature
Is on each box. 25 cents.
Sent to Leaders
At a meeting of tho Executive Com
mittee held Tuesday, the following
resolution was passed and Secretary
Hendry and sent out In the Coast mall'
Itesolved, by tho Executive Commit
tee of tho Territorial Committee of tho
Republican Party of the Territory of
Hawaii. That wo heartily rejoice at
the re-election of President McKlnlcy,
and that wo hereby extend to him our
sincere congratulations and our beit
wishes for his continued health and
success In his administration of the af
fairs of the Nation,
Resolved, That while recognizing the
many factors and forces, which con
tributed to tho Republican victory, yet
this committee regard as the most Im
portant of them all Senator Hanna, and
Vice President-elect Ilooscvelt tho
cool, unerring Judgment of the one, an 1
the strong hold which the other his
upon hearts of tho American people,
because of his courage ns a soldier and
his Incorruptibility as a statesman.
Itesolved, That a copy of this resolu
tion conveying the congratulations of
this committee be sent to the President,
the Vice President-elect and SenaDr
Washington, Nov, 12. The United
States Supremo Court postponed tho
argument In what are known as tho
Porto Kteo and Phlllpplno cases until
December 17th. Tho postponement
was mado at the instance of Attorney
General Griggs and tho object Is to
have other cases Involving cognato
questions now pending In tho United
States Circuit courts argued before the
Supremo Court together with these two
cases. In their broader significance
theso cases Involve the question wheth
er Porto Mlco nnd the Philippines nro
pari 01 me uniicu states anil are as
such entitled to free commercial Inter
course with It.
Announcement was made that the
tribunal would take n recess of a fort
night from next Monday.
Chief Justice Fuller today announc
ed tho refusal of the Uulted States Su
premo Court to review tho proceed
ings of tho Provisional Court establish
ed by Governor General Davis In Porto
Itlco In tho case of Joso Juan VIcIal
and others by which they were ousted
from the municipal offices of the town
of Ouaymas In that Island. Tho re
fusal was based on tho ground that the
Court Is not empowered to review tho
proceedings of 11 mllltaty tribunal by
PARIS EXPOSITION CLOSED
Paris, Nov. 12. Tho booming of a
cannon from the first story of tho Eiffel
tower tonight announced that tho ex
position of 1900 had ceased to exist. 11
elided In a blaze of Illumination, the
final evening being celebrated by u
night fete. The attendance, however,
was smull, visitors being kept away
by a cold, drizzling rainfall.
Tho wisdom of tho authorities in
refusing to prolong tho exposition fur
ther, ns was warmly urged In many
quarters a little time ago, was vindi
cated by on examination today of the
buildings. Many wcro found to bo In a
lamentable condition, even the official
structures lacking much of tho original
stucco and paint, while several forcl,n
pavilions, chiefly of plaster construc
tion, demonstrate tho flimsy character
of tho work that Is unequal to battling
with autumn winds and humidity, to
sny nothing of winter storms, Tho
Idea of their permanent retention Is
Official statistics show that tho ex
position was n gigantic success from
tho point of attendance, which wus
double that of tho exposition of IS;.!),
when 25,121,975 persons passed through
tho gates. When tho gates of tho ex
position of 1900 closed this evening
more than 50,000,000 persons had past
ed through. The British and Belgians
headed tho list In 1889 In point of num
bers, but this year tho Germans wero
first and the Belgians second, with tho
British 'behind. The Americans also
formed a very noticeable contingent.
Indeed, they wcro Immeasurably more
numerous than at the previous exposi
tion. The record paying day this year
brought out more than 000,000 visitors,
as compared with a nmaxlmum of 335,
377 In 1SS9.
Porto Rico UepuhllcnnH
San Juan, Porto Itlco, Nov. 7. It
la natln.ntn.1 l.n. "( rtftft T1......1.1I .
( .a i.0,,iuii.-u mui IU.VVU JlVJIUUlliaUl
otcd at tho election yesterday for a
Commissioner to Congress and mem
bers of tho House of Delegates. Not
more than 200 Federals voted. Ths
election was exceedingly orderly. Thcro
nro no reports of disturbances. Com
munkatlou with the Interior Is slow.
Mrs Van Veering Do you know Mia
Mrs Jew Manderliig Like a book.
Meets, Brokers and Jebbtrt.
J. B. CASTLE... tst Vice-President
W. M. ALEAM)IP...in,1 VI.PMt
J. P. COOKE Treasure
W. O. SMITH Secretary and Auditor.
Sugar Factors and
Hawaiian Commercial & Sugar Co.
Olaa Sugar Co.
Haiku Sugar Co.
Pala Plantation Company.
Nahlku Sugar Company.
Klhel Plantation Co.
Hawaiian Sugat Co.
Kahulul Railroad Company.
The California and Oriental S. S. &,
W. G. Irwin & Go.
Western Sugar Refinery Co., of 8U
Baldwin Locomotive Works, M
Philadelphia, Pcnn.. U. S. A.
Newell I'nlvprjfil'MUi r rviin.,.i
Cone Shredder), New York. U. S. A.
. umanui t uo.'s Chemical Fertili
zers. Alex. Cross & Sons, high grade FH
tlllzcrs for Cano and Coffee.
Heed's Steam Plpo Covering.
ALSO OFFER FOR SALE
Parafflne Faint Co.'s P. & B. PalnU
and Papers; Lucol and Lint
Oils, raw and boiled.
Indurlno (a cold-water paint), v,
white nnd colors.
Filter Press Cloths, Cement, Lis
CASTLE & COOKE,
Tho Bwi Plantotl a Co.
Tbe W.l.lo. Afrlculivol Co., L i.l
Th Kobilt Sujar Co
Tto Wmii arir till Co.
Tu Kolot Aplcoliinol Co,
Tbo Fulton Iron Woiko, St lost. Mo,
Too Sttaluo' Oil Co.
Tbo Oto. F, Bltko Sloaa Putt.
-TM Now Entlind Lllo loioruco Co, ol lot
5 .? f"l '" c- Horrtoil, aosa
Tbo AIIUko AtlUf oaco Co of Loof M.
Wm. G. Irwin & Co.
Wm. G. Irwin. .President and MtsaiM
vsinun oprecKcis vice Presides!.
W. M. Olffard ..Second Vice President
II. M. WhltnPV Jr. Trnai anA flu
Geo. J, Ross Audit'
laaxTs or thb
I0SAMI0 STEAMSHIP COMPAHl
OF BAN FRANOIBOO. CAI
TheYonHamm-ToiuE Go J.H
QUEBN ST., HONOLULU.
The Lancashire Insurance Co.
The Balolse Insurance Co.
Union Gas Engine Co.
Domestic Sewing Macb nt, Bts.
BlEWEl 00., MB.,
Qutto tr.t, Honolulu U.l
IUilln ArtlmlhiFol Colour. AmMkM tctai
Comp.nv, Otutto Suztr I'lini. Co., Onomto
Co,, tlononu buzor Co , Wiiiuku bueai Co., Mum
Sucir Co . Ililj.kiU Hu-ch Co.. Molokal H.:
Pliatei'i Lino Sn Fr Uko I'kM not. Br wm
k Co.'t Lino ol Bottwn f-ickiu
LIST OF OFFICERS
O. M. Cooke, President; George
Robertsou, Manager 1 K. F. lllstop
Trossuror and Secretary; Col. W. M,
Allen, Audit ir; P. C. Jones, H. WUr
house, Geo. R. Carter, Directors.
Lunersl Manager ot
i'o Equitable Life Assurance Socittv
Of Dm United Btatei for the LUwtUa
Ottteai Momhsjit stfMt.'Hor
M. PHILLIPS k GO.,
Wholesale Importer! and Jobbwt
iaroptan and American Dry ioa
to t and Qnten Btietts.
H. HAOKPELD & OO., LW
4EKEBAL COMMISSION AGFITJ,
Cor. Fort and QneenHlrt.li HeaoUtl
I Wo employ tho same dressmaker.
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