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nVENINa BULLETIN, HONOLULU, If. T., FIUDAY, JANt'AUY 18., 1901.
VANDERB1LT WBDDING PLANS.
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We Will Sell
For One Week Only
PURE SILK TAFFETAS
WO W EVIl
SHALL IT BE REGULATED
OR ATTEMPT TO PROHIBIT IT
Religious and Medical Men Give Their
Views-General Sentiment To
IN A LARGE VARIETY
1 .00 A Yard.
NOW IS YOUR OPPORTUNITY.
N. S. Sachs Dry Goods
J . J. WILLIAMS,
Visitors are cordially Invited to
call and Inspect our gallery of life
Eize royal photos, from Kamehameh
I. to date.
At the Old Stand
On Fort Street ::
a New Lot of . . .
Key West and
Beaver Lunch Rooms.
H. J. NOLTE.
P.O. Box 75s Island Correspondence Solicited.
FINKE & ASBAHR,
Have removed from Mrs. Williams'
Undertaking Prrlors to the CORNER
OF CHAPLAIN LANE, opposite the
Catholic Mission, Fort St., and would
be pleased to meet their old customers.
0. A. GROTE
Merchant -:- Tailors
Cleaned and Repaired
FIRST CLASS WORK GUARANTEbt
Union St. near Hotel nou
of 5 mops, $2.00
60 CENTS EACH
On sale at office of , . ,
THE . . .
HAWAII LAND CO.
Capital, paid up,
W. 0. AchI ....Preaidont fc Manager
M. K. Nakulm VIco President
J. Makalnai .Treasurer
Enoch JoluiKon Secretary
0o. L. Oeslu Auditor
BOAKD OF DIRECTORS:
J. W. Blplkane.
The above Company will buy, loase,
or soil lanJj In all parts ot the Hawaiian
Islands; and also his housoi In the City
ot Honolulu for rent. U89-yl
W. C. ACHI &"C0.
Brokers & Dealers
tr We will Bn or Ull Bi SiUtein
ill parts oi the group.
tW We will Sell Fropertle on BeaaoD
ible Oommlflilona t
OFFICE. 10 West King Street
San Francisco, Jan. 8. Tho social
evil was tho theme ot discussion bctote
tho Municipal I.Caff.ic at the rooms
of tho Chamber of Commerce last even
ing. Ilev. V. V. ClampMt, Henry C.
Klskc, Kev. William Under, Dr. M
Nutt, Isador Jacobs, Paul A. Vencellus
and C. K. Alpera addressed those who
responded to tho Invitation to be pres
ent. The c r.sensus of oplonlon of tho
speakers was that tho evil should bo
segregated and placed under medlrnl
nnd police supervision.
Dr. McNutt believed In treating the
evil In n bro-sl mil open way. Ho
thought the cll would have to be
tolerated but that It should bo restlrct
ed to circumscribed districts In the city,
and that the male companions of tie
women should he suppressed.
Dr. Clampett believed that great mor
al waves were deficient In common
sense nnd said on this theme that tho
work of Dr. Parkhurst In New York
had done more lmim thnn good, lie
believed that tho evil should be concen
trated to one spot In the city and there
Dr. Flske said that If tho evil were
simply a social evil It could he more
easily bo dealt with, hut It was nlso 0
moral and physical evil. He thought
thcro was but ono right way to deitl
with the question. If the evil could
be prohibited In nine-tenths of the city
nnd segregated to one part It could be
prohibited In tho whole city. Ho advo
cated the arrest and Imprisonment In
a reformatory of every woman plying
her Illicit trade. He believed that every
atttempt at prohibition should be ac
companied by an attempt at rescue of
the woman from the life she was lead
ing. Tho whole sad crime ot the church
and the ages was the abandonment of
Vencellus told of the segregation plan
of Paris and how It worked there. He
believed It to bo a good plan which
was tho result of years of study on the
subject. The cntlro regulation was
for tho purpose of saving the physical
health of the nation.
Dr. Rader said he did not think there
was nn adequate solution of the prob
lem In the whole world. Ho thought
tho evil should be looked upon as a
runawny horse. "We can't stop It."
said he, "hut can guide It." Ho be
lieved the remedy lay In strong public
opinion, segregation nnd the strict en
forcement of existing laws.
Newport, R. 1 Jan. 4. Preparations
for the Vnndcrhllt-French wedding are
progressing rapidly. Tho work at
"Harbor View" has been practically
completed, nnd is now ready for the
florists and decorators.
Mrs. French has had the west plaZ7d
Inclosed to be used as a smoking room,
and several stoves have been placet
around to make It habitable. The work
ot setting small fir trees out on tho
lawn has been completed, and, with
their pretty groupings, make a plc
turesquo spot. Mrs. French sent to
Maine for the trees, purchasing a large
tract of timber land to get them. Be
ing set out In the frozen ground thej
probably will not root, and next spring
Mrs. French will hnve to replace them.
Amos Tuck will not attend the wel
ding, his physician not allowing him
to leave Paris.
The housekeeper for Mrs. C. Van
derbllt has arrived, and "The Break
ers" Is now ready for their coming nn
Alfred flwynne Vnndcrbllt will she
a bachelor dinner In New York tomor
row, nnd, therefore, will not reach
Newport until he comes with his moth
er on Tuesday. Miss French will give
her bride's dinner on Saturday evening
of next week.
HAWAIIAN TOBACCO CO., Ltd.,
Cornet Merchant nnd Nuuunu Sts.,
ulso HOTEL ST., opposite Bethel.
Throat Sore? Thero's no telling wlnt
a sore throat will do If you give It
"right of way." l'nr"rtaln remedies of
ten cause dangerous delay. Make n cure
sure with PAIN-KIM.i:R. known for
half n century ns n specific for soroi
throat, croup, coughs, nnd nil kindred
troubles. hecr It by you for nn emer
gency. It never falls. Avoid substitutes,
there Is btu one Pnln-Killer, Perry Da
vis. Price 25c nnd 60c.
Real Estate Broker.
223 MERCHANT ST.
Property In town and suburbs
and HOUSES TO LET.
T. R. MOSSMAN
Real Estate Agent
Searcher 0! Title . .
xnd other Rings, Watches, Brae
Vts, Pins, and an extensive variety
404U FOOT STREET.
RACER IMP RETIRED.
UMllicouie, a, Jnn. 7. It will no
doubt ho a source of great disappoint
ment to many admire! s or tle famous
little racing mare Imp to lenrn that tho
ulnek whhlwlnd will not he seen on the
turf next season. ,fUncle" Dan Harnnas
only camo to this decision after a long
and serious deliberation.
Imp will not be retired because alio
Is slower than In former seasons, but
becauso she has already gained such
n world-wide reputation through her
many victories that It Is Impossible to
get her a place In races without han
dicapping her with heavy riders to
such an extent that It renders her suc
cess dlfflqiilt If not tmposslblo.
After consulting with his many
friends, "Uncle' Dan has decided to
retire the mare, and she will bo kept
on a farm where sho will be bred to
some famous stalllqn., Just which stal
lion It will bo has not yet been decided
upon, but the probabilities are that It
will bo Imported Top Gallant or Kingston.
IN THE CISC IT COURT, FIRST C!R UIT,
Tirrltoryof Hawaii At chanr's. In p-ofrat. In
the matter nftrmeiatt of Wlllta Menu, lit of
Honolulu decea. Petition having ten filed ty
Koltkawlfeo said Initiate, praying that tel tr ol
administration upon sail estate te lssud to K'o eka
Notice Is hrnb-' nlven that PilJav, theittdaynf
February A n q t, at to o'clock a m , In the Ju JI
clary Uulldlnp, Honolulu lsa:polrt4 the time and
i or neanng sau pfi uon, wnen ana wnrrc an renoni
concernei mav aipear anj ihow rauie, If any they
have, whv tali pttltlu 1 houli not b erantei.
rionoiuiu. uecemrtr win. 1900
By in Court,
iTi)-Dec8,, 11.18 Clerk.
IS THE CIRCUIT COURT. ! IRST CIRCUIT.
Territory of MaaM In rrobate, at chambers In the
matter u the tf iti of J a me DoiJ, late of Honolulu,
Oahu, JecetseJ he petttloi and account of the
executor anJ eicurlx of the lh of saU drcea.i,
wherein thev ak thv their accounts be examined and
rrrofj, ana nai a nnai oruer re maje 01 aivn
button of the property lemalnin? In their hands to the
persons ihtretu entltleJ, and discharging them from
all further responsible) as such executor and execu
trlc hating thsday been filed. It Is ordered, that
Monday, the iSt day of February, A D oot, at ten
o'clock am, il chambers. In the Court House at
Honolulu, be and he ami hereby Is appointed as the
time and p'ace for hearing tali pe'ftlon and icnunts,
and that all rersons Interested may then and there
appear and show cause. If any they have, why the
same should not be granted
Dated Honolulu, January 10, tiptt
By the Ccurt,
J. A. lilOMPSON.
DAVIS & GLAR, Clerk.
Attorneys tor the Executor.
T)i-Jin it, i i
RUSSIANS TO EMIGRATE.
St. Petersburg, Jan. C Tho Moloka
nen, a sect numbering 40,000, whoso
founders removed In 1810 from various
parts of Russia to tho Caucasus and
whoso deelgatcs have Just brought
glowing reports 'from tho Doukhobors,
or Russian Quakers, In Canada, con
template emigrating to Ameilcn. Tho
Beet secured stato lands In the Caucasus
almost rent freo, but recently tho Rus
sian Government announced that tho
rents would ho Increased threefold or
fourfold. Now the Molokanens are pe
titioning the Government to restore tho
former rentals or to permit emigration.
Miss Innocence Did their friendship
end In mnrrlago?
Mr, Wiley Yes; but they renewed It
after their divorce Smart Set.
r HAT Atore Suitable 'Xmas Present
than one of those Handsome "UP TO
DATE" lilectric Piano or Readme
Lamps. We have a Complete and Hand
some Line of
The Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.
Office and Salesroom,
Alakea St., Makai of Merchant St.
P. O. IIOX 144- "I'HONL" )oo.
There i health indicated fv
A MlllllliJi f ACE
Itean ideal tonic, and .
Beverage. t aids digestion.
rf&EiSM! L K&3a
Honolulu tobacco Co.,
Corner of Fort and Hotel Streets.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Notice Is hereby g sent) all creditors having claims
agahstth esiate or J. J Stewart, dtceasrJ t pre
sent the sam duly authenticated and lth proper
voucher, at the "flics of the aiminlstrator, F E.
Thompson, In the Magoon b lldlng, H nolulu, Oahu
Territory of Hawaii, within six (6) months from the
date hereof, or they will be fortver barred
FRANK F THOMPSON.
Administrator of the estateof J J Stewart deccated.
Dated at Honolulu, Oahu tn tnd day of January,
igt ittT-Jan i,i,.t.q i i,ia 6 i8,et,tt.i 8
Mortgagee's Notice of Fore
closure. IN ACCORDANCE with the provi
sions of a certain mong ige made by Julia
Kauneataul iw) and Lukela Kaalmauu, of
Punaluu. Koolautoa, Oahu, to W. H.
Castle, Trustee of Honolulu. Oahu, dated
February 19 1897, recorded liber 174, page
389, notice Is herebv given thit the mort
gagee Intends to foreclose the same for
condition broken, to wit : non-payment of
Interest when due. Notice Is likewise given
that after the expiration o' three weeks
from the date of this notice, the property
conveyed by said mortgage will be adver
tised for sale at public auction at the auc
tion rooms of Jas. F, Atargan, In Honolulu,
on Saturday, the gth day of February,
1901, at 12 0 cio.k noon 01 saiu uav.
Furthe- particulars can be had of P. L.
Dated Honolulu, January 11, 1001.
W. R. CASTLE. Trustee.
The premises covered bv said morteige
consist of: (1) L.C.A., 4155 to Kawal at
Walono, Koolauloa, Oahu, 44-100 acre;
(2) L.C.A., 275 R P., 3I2 to Namohila
at Walalee. Koolauloa, 06-100 acre ; (3)
L.C.A.. l8o3 to Lalpo at Paumalu, Koo-
lauioa, 75-100 jcre ; (4) L.C.A., 3880 to
t'uKaloneau at sild faumaiu, ss-ioaaeres
(;) L.C.A., 43C9 to Kaahamoi at said
Paumilu, 2 O-io acres j (6) L.C. A , 4381
to Kalialku at said Paumalu. 67-100 acre ;
(7) L C.A., 4347 to Kualwa at Slid Wal
ono, 1 44-100 acres; (8) R.P., C705 1..C.A.
5808 to Klamana at Punaluu, 5 aces ; (0)
Home lot conveyed to Lukela Mortgigor
by deed of Keawl, his mother, recorded In
liber 122, page 35O ; (10) L.C.A , 4437 to
Kalwl at Puheemlkl, Koolauloa, 3J5 acre;
(11) L.C.A., 3724 to Maiahl at said Pu
heemlkl, 13-100 acre; (t2) R.P., 3051 (Gr)
to Kaalmalu et at at said Puheemlkl, 45
38-100 acres ; (13) L.C.A., 4372 to Kalul
ahl at said Walono, 2 20-100 acres ; (14)
L.C.A. , 4352 to Koo at said Walono, 67
ico acres; U5) L.C.A., 3878, R.P., 7359 to
Puuwaawaa at said Walono, 2 58-100
acres ; (16) L.C.A., 3717 R.P., 6578 to
Maude at said Walono, 2 62-100 acres ;
(17) L.C.A., 5243 R. P.. 4850 to Kalkilna
at said Walono. 1 30-100 acres ; (18) L.C.
A., 4353 R.P., 3922 to Kawal at ld Wal
ono, 2 71-100 acres, 3 apanas; 19 L.C.A.,
8662 land at Kaaleo, 703 3 airana.
Jut Arrived ex. Zenlandln !
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Celebrated Hotel Brunswick Cigars,
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