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N. S. SACHS DRY
There is only one place in town to
buy DRY GOODS, that is, IF YOU
WANT TO BUY THEM RIGHT, "
We have just received,
Ex S. S. "Queen," : s
One Hundred and Ninety Six
I NEW DRY
Calicos, Gin&hams, Per
Sateens, Ready - made
Sheets and Pillow Slips,
Towels, Sheetings, Pillow
Casings, Ribbons, Laces,
Embroideries, All overs,
WE DEFY (Mill, II 8TIKK IH COME,
A SINGLE YARD Ott ARTICLE AT IESS THAW WHOLESALE.
N. S. SACHS DRY GOODS CO., Ltd
HAWAII LAND CO.
Capital Stock - - - $100,000.
Capital, paid up, - $48,860
W. 0. Achl President & Manager
M. K. Nakuins, .... VIos President
J. Mklnl .Treasurer
Enoch Johnson Secretary
Goo. L. Desha .Auditor
BOARD OF DIRECTORS:
J. W. Blplkane.
The above Company will buy, leaae,
or sell lanij In all parts of the Hawaiian
Islands; and also has houses In the City
of Honolulu for rent. 1 489-vl
W. C. ACHI & CO.
Brokers k Dealers
XT We will Bn or bail Beal Estate Is
all parti ot the group.
tr We will Bell Propertlat on Beaaon.
OFFICE. 10 West Kmo Street
Real Estate Broker.
223 MERCHANT ST.
Property In town and suburbs
and HOUSES TO LET.
T. R. MOBSMAN
Real Estate Agent
Searcher of Titles . .
'' 1 llJUMMaa
; ; Can satisfy your wants t
! ! if you mention them in its
;i WANT COLUMNS!
GOODS CO., Ltd
J. J. WILLIAMS,
Visitors are cordially Invited to
call and Inspect our gallery of life
size royal photos, from Kamehameh
I. to date.
At the Old Stand
On Fort Street ::
. Just Received
a New Lot of . .
Key West and
Beaver Lunch Rooms.
H. J. NOLTR
We MEET the
y off m
m y off
UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE.
WALL, NICHOLS CO., Ltd.
P.O. Boitj Island Correspondence Solicited.
FINKE & ASBAHR,
Have removed from Mrs. Williams'
Undertaking Parlors to the CORNER
OF CHAPLAIN LANE, opposite the
Catholic Mission, Fort St., and would
be pleased to meet their old customers.
. G. A. GROTE
Merchant -:- Tailors
Cleaned and Repaired
FIRST CLASS WORK GUARANTEED
Union St. near Hotel isog
THE EVENING BULLETIN! HONOLULU,
M 1ID TO
SHIIU) fHI WEAK
The Honolulu Protective
League Is Fully
ITS RANGE OF ACTION
CANVASSED IN MEETING
Poor Gilbert Islanders Have Their De
plorable Case Brought Up by
Rev. 0. H. Gulick and
Promoters of the Honolulu Protectlvo
League met to perfect organization at
Y. M. C. A. hall yesterday afternoon.
At their preliminary meeting a fort
night prcvlouB they had adopted a
constitution and bylaws. Now, when
an amendment was thus early desired
In the laws, with reference to the elec
tion of officers, the qucBtlon was raised
as to how the Instrument could bo
amended without the notice prescribed
by Itself for such purpose. The meet
ing got over tho difficulty, or rather
cut thrgugh It.
The Men Thoso present weie
Taking Rev. O. L. Pearson and
Part h. .E. Coleman, tempor
ary chairman and secretary respective
ly; Revs. 0. II. Qullck, W. M. Klncald,
Hamilton Lee, W. D. Wcstervelt, T.
Okiimura and A. E. Cory: W. A. Bo
wen, V. C. Weedon, Dr. O. Waldo Bur
gess. Major Wood of the Salvation
Army, Dr. Mltamura, E. A. G. Miller, A.
W. Pearson, D. L. Naone, A. F. Cooke,
II. A. Parmelce. S. M. Johnson, J. M.
Moore, Mr. Templeton Sr. and one of
two Japanese 'gentlemen besides tho30
Minutes of the preliminary meeting
wore read, but the reading of the con
stitution and bylaws thereat adopted
Knotty Mr- Gulick (or a com
Polntu mlttee reported twenty
Come Up names from which to se
lect fifteen directors. Then ensue 1
some line parliamentary practice.
Someone had mentioned an amend
ment to the constitution relative to the
composition of ,the executive agreed
as being necessary.
Mr. Klncald objected to any busi
ness until all participating had signed
the constitution and paid their annual
dues of ono dollar each.
The chairman held that as such sign
ing would practically adopt tho consti
tution, the desired amendment could
not then be adopted for two weeks and
so organization would be delayed that
Messrs. Weedon, Coohc and Bowen
made, 'remarks, and ultimately tho
signing took place.
Mr. Klncald then moved the adoption
of the constitution with Its proposed
amendment, to which Mr. Gulick raised
the objection that the signing of tho
constitution timing ratified Its adoji
tlon It could not now be amended ex
cept under Its own provision f..r
Choir The chair sustained the
1 urncd objection pro forma to
Down let tho meeting decide
tho point, and by a vote of 9 to 7 the
meeting refused to sustain the chair.
Then tho motion to adopt the constitu
tion with the amendment, neither of
which was read to the meeting, carried
Next came the election of fifteen di
rectors, from among whom tho omcis
were to be chosen. A ruling was want
ed on tho quu.Ion of tho eligibility of
those upon the committee's submitted
list who had not yet signed the consti
tution and paid the fee. The chiir
ruled that, according to the carlli r
Judgment of the meeting, such were .lot
members of the League.
Mr, Qullck said there, was nothing
in the constitution declaring that tho
directors must be members, but, as
they all had promised to Bcrve if elect
ed, undoubtedly they would become
Mr. Klncald thought they wero eligi
ble, on condition that they became
members forthwith, and the chair
thereupon modified Its ruling with this
Fifteen Messrs. Cory, Johnston
Director and Pearson were ap
Chosen pointed tellers and a bal
lot resulted In the following choice:
For three years Rev, W. M. Kincnid,
Rev. 0. L. Pearson, Major Geo. Wood,
Jos. P. Cooke and Theo. 1). Richards.
Kor two years W. A. Bowen, Ro,
A. E. Cory, H.-E. Coleman, Rev. W. D.
Wcstervelt and Lorrin Andrews.
Kor one year Rev. Vr K., Azblll,
Dan. H. Case'D. L. Naonf,, Rey, T,
Okumura ami lleirry Waterhouso."
Officers were elected, viz.: W, A. Bo
wen, president ; Rev. O. L. Pearson,
vice president; Dan. I. Case secretary;
"Jos, P. Cooke, treasurer.'
Lcuguc'tt nev' W. M. Klncald,
laltlul wlillo the tellers wero
Action countlug totes, reportoJ
on the case of the Chinese girl Ah Ho,
II. I., Tt'ESDAY, DECEMBER
HAWAIIAN TOBACCO CO., Ltd.,
Corner Alurchunt find Nuunnu Sta.,
ilo HOTEL. ST., oppoMlte Bethel.
tWS BRAND IS SIMPLY i
m the oajs earn m
mar au ona
STEAMED. THE MASTlliG,
CKKS ft PSCUUAH
K5 wwfeopSy SAN KANCISCO.CAl.
for whose maintenance In slavery a
Chinese couple are being prosecuted In
the Federal court. Mr. McClcllan and
himself had become responsible for her
maintenance at Kawalahao Seminary,
which would cost but $35 until next
September. The League ought to have
a salaried officer to act as legal guar
dlan for such proteges. He had been
Informed by the Federal officers that
the national law could reach the can.es
of women held In bondage for Immoral
purposes. To an offer by Mr. Weedon
to be one of three to pay Ah Ho'rmaln
tenance, the speaker said It would have
a better moral effect If the Leaguo as
sumed all such expenses of courso
anybody could make a donation to the
League. Later it was nnnounccd that
donations had been received.
It was voted, on motion of Mr. Wcel
on, seconded by Mr. Wcstervelt. that
tho League nssumo this obligation.
Public slr Cke made a stiij-
Money gcstlon about the To.--Wnnted
which Mr. Klncald approved, najlag
thnt legislation ought to bo had provid
ing for the care of waifs and unfortun
ates rescued by the League. Answering
Sir. Wcstervelt he Bald tho money pen
alties for violations of Federal laws
went Into the United States treasury.
The enforcement of these laws had
crushed out Italian slavery In the
The chairman ""related Information
given him by a citizen regarding native
girls yet In their teens, who were ap
parently under tho control of hackmen
and might bo seen at night getting
meals In restaurants that could be
Most Mr- Oullck, remarking
Wcetched that the Leaguo would
Colony not lack for work,
brought up the case of the colony of
Gilbert Islanders. Their miserable
camp occupied since tho plague would
soon be broken up. What were they
going to do? They were brought hare
by the planters twelve or fourteen
years ago. After the expiration of
their first contracts some wero sent
home, according to the original stlpul i
tlon, In a vessel chartered for tho pur
pose. Others rcshtpped on tho plan
tations nnd served their second term,
afterward finding a precarious living al
Honolulu. Here they wero now In pov
erty and halt-starved. He asked Mr,
Bingham If they would not starve to
death at home, their cocoanuts being
all gone, and Mr. Bingham replied that
they would starve happier at homo
Mr. Weedon having had charge of the
food supplies for tho destitute during
plague quarantine testified that tliejo
Gilbert Islanders were of all others tho
most miserably conditioned.
Mr. Miller asked would they work If
they could get work and Instanced the
case of people accepting charity In San
Francisco In soup kitchen times.
Mr. Gulick presumed that these Gil
bert Islanders had the same traits of
character as the rest of humanity.
At this point tho tellers wero ready
SOCIAL SCIENCE CLUB.
Tho regular meeting of tho Social
Science Club was held at the home (if
Mr. nnd Mrs. Theo, Richards last even
tng with I'rof, W. M. Scott In tho
chair. Tho constitution of the society
was read by Secretary Richards at the
request of tho chairman. The treas
urer's report showed a flourishing
stato of affulrs. It was decided to hold
tho next meeting at the home of Rev
W. M. Klncald, the time set being Jan
The following officers were elected
Rev. W. M. Klncald, president; Theo.
Richards, secretary and treasurer. Pres
Ident Smith and J. P. Cooke were elect
ed members, the secretary having an
.nounced that there wero five vacancies
In the membership.
.The subject of tne evening was
"Wireless Telegraphy" nnd Fred J.
Cross was" to have read a paper. Un
fortunately bo was taken 111 and was
compelled to return home. L. T. Grant
of tho Automobile Company was pras
ent nnd tolunteored to glto any Infor-
matltin ho could. Mr. Grant gne a
very good explanation of the sjstem
and its practical woi kings,
Regulations Regarding the Interment of
toe Dead In the District ol Honolulu.
Whereas, that there having been no
p'ace prepared for the burial of the dead as
required by law at the expiration of the
period set, October 1st, tooo, and an exten
sion of time having been granted for such
special burial permit until cemeteries as
prescribed by law should be available, and
now that such feasible arrangements are
an accompllsaed fact, therefore,
Resolved, that no permit for Interments
shall be granted within the city limits
except to those already possessing burial
This regulation shall go Into effect from
f nJ after the 1st day of January. A. U.,
C. B. WOOD,
President Boud of Health.
Honolulu, Nov. 7, looo. i6oz-6w
75 and 79 King Streei
TELEPHONE MO 31.
HOW It the time to get leak a
Breakages seen to, ana :
Roofs Put In Ordf
By competent workta V
Fop the Plumbing
On that new home that yon an
about to bnild or the alteration
yon are intending to make 01
your property. Gall and tee ni
and get an estimate.
JAS, NOTT, Jr
Practical Tinsmith and Flnmbei
Shop: Berelanla street, i doors ei
of Punchbowl. Phone 844.
Hour 7 . m. to S p. m.
Jobbing promptly attended to.
W.H.Bait H W. litre.
Honolulu Sheet Metil Works
Galvanlrtd Iron Skylights and Veatllatsn
Conductor Pips and GutUr Wort
tUbtrd. Stmt, M. Quota u4 Mm chut. BmoIw.
aarjobbltt troactly ttM44 tt.-SSS
Tel. White HI. P.O. Box art
0. H. Brown,
Is now open for business at Terrltorv
Stables. King street.
fcstlmates made on everything In the
Phone, Main 48.
The World Register
Keeps the Cash while you are busy,
Try one o
On Marble and Granite
WORK. . .
Fences and Lawn
Haw'D Iron Fence and MommeDtal Ci
Ml K1p Rtrnet
IO0M HO. 10, SFRECKKLfl BLOOR
, Plantation Work a NpctrUlty.
i,t llo'ti sum, II. I
Kipt.Ctltbiitwi Ult, Nitlvo llttt, Huti Skmt,
Ntlhtu M.ll, I ont, Slt.Hl, btt4l. Lie . Hom.maJt
fo, contuntly vn tuna. TLltHlOM. tM
aijents, Erohrs and Jobben.
ALEXANDER & BALDWINS
J. B. CASTLE ist Vice-President
W, ,M. ALEXANDfcH...-ind Vice-President
J. P. COOKE Treasure
W. O. SMITH Secretary and Audltot
Sugar Factors and
Hawaiian Commercial & Sugar Ce.
Olaa Sugar Co.
Haiku Sugar Co.
Pala Plantatloi Company.
Nahlku Sugar Company.
Klhel Plantation Co.
Hawaiian Sugat Co.
Kahulul Railroad Company.
The California aid Orkatal S. S. C.
Western Sugar Refinery Co., ot M
Baldwin Locomotive Works, tsl
Philadelphia, l'enn.. U. 8. A.
Newell ITnlvnrfin! Mitt fn m.ilMd
Cano 8hredder), New York.U. S. A.
n. unianui & uos uncralcal FertUV
Alex. Cross & Sons, high grade a
tlllzers for Cane and Coffee.
Reed's Steam Pine Pnverlnr
ALSO OFFER KOR SALE
i'aramne Faint Co.'s P. & B. Palais)
and Papers; Lucol and LIneeei
Oils, raw and boiled.
Indurlne (a cold-water paint), ss
white and colors.
Filter Press Cloths, Cement, LIsm
CASTLE & COOKB,
T tn PluUU'4 Co.
Jh W.l.lii. Afrktltntl C., Li.:
Tb. Wiluu Sorir till C:
n Koloa AfrktiTttiMl C.
TU Fultoa lion Works. St loUt, M.
T. Suta.rd Oil Co. -
Tkt Ooo. F, Blibo Slots Puoo.
Wsotoa Caotrlfuf olt
J!' ft" Flr! ' Co- .
Tip Allltoco Atmroaco Co ot Lomtooj,
Wm. G. Irwin & Co.
Wm. 0. Irwin.. President and Manage)
Claus Spreckels Vice Pretldeak
w. M. Glffard ..Second Vice Presides!,
H. M. Whitney Jr. .... Treat, and Sea.
Geo. J. Ross Audits
aanrrt o hi
1UIAMI0 STIAHSHIP OOMPAm
OF 8AM FRAN0I8OO. OAL.
QUEDN ST., - HONOLULU.
The Lancashire Insurance Co.
The Baloise Insurance Co.
Union Gas Engine Co.
Domestic Sewing Macb nt, Ht.
bewbi ce., Lira.,
Quota itroot. Honolul U.I
PUntot't Lint Son Fr liKoP.cktt
B l. t L10I 01 UOPtjO Ptckota
LIST OF OFFICERfl
0. M. Cooke, President; George ,
Robertaou, Manager) E. F. Blsao
Treasurer and Secretary; Col. W. .
Allen, Audit ir; P. 0. Jones, H. WaitVi
house, Geo. R. Carter, Directors.
(Mntral Manager oi
Tb IqoiUbli Lift Assqmdn 8oitf
0 the Called Bute lot Uw Bawl
Onus i Mttehant street Hot-
M. PHILLIPS 4 CO.,
WhoUude ImpoiUrf Mid JobUn
, 10 t and Qnoon Btrselt.
H.HAOKFELD & CO., Ltd
Oor.Forl and Queen Utreels ilbiicia I