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'-' "" EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU. It. T., THUIISDAV. JAN. 21.1901
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We Will Sell
For One Week Only
PURE SILK TAFFETAS
IN A LARGE VARIETY
Has Been Mastered
Now York, Jan. 15. A cubic to the
Sun from Paris sajs: M. Kmlllc Gail-
tier announces that the first step ha3
been made In the discovery of wlrcloja
telephony. He ascribes the dlseovory
to M. Malche. the French Inventor
whose xner!ir.Eiiti Oautter wl'nf'cd
In the forest of St. Germain Suncliy.
The transmitter im In a house on the
outskirts of the forest.
It was connected with earth In th
manner In which lightning roils n'o
connected Two Iron posts ninety
feet apart, connected with a conduc
Ink wire were planted In the ground
about 1000 ards distant. Voices nnd
other sounds at the transmitter wcro
clearl) heard at the ordlniry telephone
lecelver attached to oen of the posts
XI. Mnlche will not divulge the se
cret, but claims communication Is In a
straight Hue. not like the Marconi sjs-
tern of .v'rclcss telegraphy bv wave
current but bv circuit cunent virtu
ally enabling a given spot to be aimed
nt. If the reclvc Is not phced ceneth
In tho illiect'on given to the current
tlirro will be nn transmission and the
receivers on elthei side of the line of
transmission will not be affected
Remarkable Dlscovry That Cures This Danger
ous and Dlsllgurlng Disiase Without Palo,
Operation or Inconvenience.
TRIAL PACKAGE SENT TREE.
I)r John I' Halg, n well known Cin
cinnati phvslelan hns had man clous
Biueess with a rcmedv that ones (loltio
or Thick Neik. And owing to that fait
HAWAIIAN TOBACCO CO., Ltd.,
Comer .Merchant unci Nuunnu StH.,
iiIho HOT12L ST., oppuHltu Bethel.
1 .00 A Yard.
NOW IS YOUR OPPORTUNITY.
N. S. Sachs Dry Goods
A F11AM T,
Visitors are cordially invited U
call and inspect our gallery of life
size royal photos, from Kamehamehi
I. to date.
At tho Old Stand
On Fort Stroet ::
a New Lot of . . .
Key West and
Beaver Lunch- Rooms.
H. J. NOLTE.
HAWAII LAND CO.
Capital Stock - - - $100,000,
Capital, paid up, - $48,860
V. O. Acbt ..... ...President A Manngoi
M. K. NakulUft .. Vice President
J. Makalnai Treasurer
Enoch Johnson Secretary
Doo. L. Desha .Auditor
INTO ANOTHER AMBUSH
New York Jan ! A (aide to the
Sun from Pretoria pa) a In the re
cent fight between (lencrnl lliblngtou's
command nnd a liner forte tit ai Z.ind
fonteln, the Imperial Light Horse suf
fcied severely Having learned noth
ing by previous experiences, they nd
anceil In close formation up a hill
that had previously been scouted l
Hussars, who reported no sign of
burghciH The Hoera however, wcio
blng In the grass. They allowed tho
Hussars to pass without molestation,
reserving their fire until the Imperial
Light Horse were within fift) yards of
When the Urltlsh found that they had
ridden Into another ambush they dis
mounted nnd kept up n hot 111 0. Seeing
his men were losing henvlly Colonel
Bablngton ordered them to retire Sub
sequently the ognln advanced In ex
tended order nnd drove tile Uoers from
their positions nnd captured a good
part of their convoy. The colonel
rode nt the front of his men nnd stimu
lated them by his extrme bravery. Thf
lending squndron unstained several cas-ulatles.
fiyjp W f
,Mr LilllJn br . intir .uri .1 (1 iftri
ltr it, f a lor .1 nr
that most suffeicrs believe Coltre Is .n
unable Dr. Halg sends a free trill
package of his discover so thnt pi
tlciits mnv ti and know poiltlvel that
(loltro c 1111 bo cured nt home without
pnln danger oik ration or nn Incon
venience Send nur mine nnd nddrrn
to I)i lolm I' ilnlg MM (Hum llulll
Ing Ciiiiliinatl Ohio. V S A nnd he
will foivvniil tlie troitment pint uo
prepaid. Do not fall tn get this won
derful icmcd) In Komh.i) India. GO
000 patients In fiat Infected district
wire iitieil with this 8 line reined), and
wherever use I Its success hns been
Write at on-e send name nnd lil
ilrcfs todr-v and Dr Halg will be gla 1
to 6end ou n trial nckage of the rcmo
il free. Do not delay.
GAGU AND TUB PLAGUE.
BOARD OF DIRECTORS:
J. W. Blplkaue.
Tho above Company will buy, lease,
or noil lanJj lu all parts of the Hawaiian
Islands; and also hs housei in the City
of Honolulu for rent. U89-yl
P. O. Box rs IllanJ Corresponitnct SotlcRf 1.
FINRE & ASBAHR,
, FLORISTS ...
Have removed from Mrs. Williams'
Undertaking Pirlors to the CORNER
OP CHAPLAIN LANE, opposite the
Catholic Mission, Fort St., and woulJ
be pleased to meet their olj customers.
G. A. GROTE
Merchant :- Tailors
Cleaned and Repaired
FIRST CLASS WORK - GUARANTEEL
Union St. near Hotel mo.
W. C. ACHI & CO.
Brokers & Dealers
tW We will Boy or Utlt Bern SiUte It
til parts of the gronp.
tar We will Bell Properties on Heuon
tble Commits lo nil
OFFICE. 10 WEST KING STREET
rHAT More Suitable mas Present
than one of those Handsome "UP TO
IMTi:" Electric Piano or Readme
Lamps. We have a Complete and Hand
some Line of
The Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.
Off ce anJ Salesroom,
Alakea St., Makai of Merchant St.
I'. O. BOX 144. "PIIOM " 300.
Real Estate Broker.
223 MERCHANT ST.
Set of 5 maps, $2.00
BO CENTS EACH
On sale at office of . . .
THE . . .
Property In town anJ suburbs
and HOUSES TO LET.
T. R. MOSSMAN
Real Estate Agent
Searcher ol Title .
ind other Rings, Watches, Brace
its, Pins, and an extensive variety
J J olry.
VJL. Q-. BIAJEML,
401V4 FOUT STREET.
Sacraminto. Cal Jan S Governor
Gage Kent Ills annual iikshko to tho
Legislature toila). In It lie nilvocntts
economy In the nilmlnlstrntlon o( utato
affatis, and devotes conslikialile space
to the bubonic plague m.iio of last
spring The governor s.ijs
'Intimations vvero thrown out In the
niuiitlis of Match and April lai tl.at
thu ilrc.iiltul hulionlc plague existed In
the Chinese quarter of San I'ranclsco.
Secret consultation nnd alleged Investi
gations vver had b said clt olllclals,
lu conjunction with tho said federal
quatantlne ofllcer. ami the result of
such ulleged Investigations was that
tho surgeon general of the United
marine hospital service was Informed
lij some of these llt-advUcd persons
that the terrible plague was epidemic
In the clt of Snn I'rnnclseo. Hereto
fore cultures nnd slides containing
genuine plague bacilli were Imported
Into tho State, nnd such cu'tuus and
slides vvero carried by certain phjsl-
clans nnd others In their packets while
Idlng In ears and stopping at hotels
nnd other public places"
After telling how ho personnlU In
vestigated tho subject, the governor
"I llnnllj became convinced bejond
doubt that tin bubonic plague did not
exist nnd had not existed, notwith
standing tho ulaimlug reports to the
'lho governor details sonio entail
ments made upon poisons said to have
been Infected with plague nnd el.ilms
that In no caso was the disease shown
to exist Retelling to L'hlni so i
duslgn tho governor sivs
hail boo neugnged to ill ift a charter
experlenco In tho past, and In view of
their permanent sea coast position
with respect to tho ports of tho Orient
Imn reason to dread the Immigration
of Chlneso and Japanese laboitis Into
this State n fenr Justb founded and
shared b thnso Ameilcnn workmen
of other States, It Is essential theie
foie, thnt American labor should bo
protected against competing with Mon
golian labor Our tariff laws, while
protecting tho products of labor, re
quire ns a supplement the exclusion of
Chlneso nnd Inpancso labnicrs."
I'OIITO MOAN CASE.
Washington Jnn S Argument was
begun In the 1'nlteil States Supremo
Court tndav In the I'orto Rlcnn custom
case now before that court. The five
consolidated cases were taken up nnd
I' It. Coudert spoke In behalf of tbn
plaintiffs against the government In
the case known ns the Do Lima case.
Mr Coudert devoted considerable
time to showing that I'orto Rico Is not
a "foreign countrj. ns that term is
used In the !)lnglc law. under which
the tariff on the I'orto Rico sugar Im
ported Into the United States In No-
ember. Hil, was Imposed In this case
He tontended that b the Paris treat)
I'orto Rico had come completely under
the sovereigns and dominion of tho
United States a geographical part of
what Mai shall had called tho "Ameri
can Emplio" He nrgued that the
clauie In the Paris treaty leaving tho
determination of tho civil rights and
political status of nil native Inhabi
tants to Congress was "merely decla
ratory of the power given In the con
stitution to withhold present franchises
nnd to establish civil government nnd
enact municipal lnw In nil places where
no state government exists"
Mr. Coudert had not concluded when
court ndjourneil for the day Ho will bo
followed In the order named by Paul
Fuller. J C. Chanej and II M Ward
for the Importers Formei Secretary
Cat lisle will close for them, but not
until after Attorney General Griggs
and Solicitor General Richards bavo
spoken for the government
The government's representatives
will not be heard before Thursday.
Tticrc faliMllh indicated
a smium r.itt
Its an ideal tame and ,
Beverage t aids difjojric
il fcU imTTIi lit 1 1 iifM
Honolulu Tobacco Co., Ltd.
Corner of Fort and Hotel Streets.
Just Arrived ex. Zenlnndla !
.ALAKGL STOCK Or.
Owl Club Cigars,
Celebrated Hotel Brunswick Cigars,
AWANDI D GOLD .Ml DAL, PAWS 1 M'OSITION, looo.
WhatRun Down ?
3 Hollcliiy iioura anil
m MtirU Work D1U It.
M EASV TO MEND WITH
SCHILLER'S MALT EXTRACT.
gl A MALT THAT'S ALL MALT.
M '-'5c Itottle SU.fSO a Doen.
HONOLULU DRUG COMPANY,
. A. H. Otis. Von Holt Block. Kine Street. 0. A. Bierback ,i
A Good RcaHon.
A Would j ou start on n Journey on
II No, Indeed.
A Why nre people ri superstitious
II I'm not superstitious. I'm pild
on Satiirda. Answers,
THE EVENING BULLETIN
r THL OLUIST HAWAIIAN DAILY PAI'LK
A KU.MDI.I. tail AOVlBTIStRS kt k i5 , v v
That Hacking Cough Is n sourco of
nuuovnncc to jouisclf nnd others an
well as of distress Ilv taking n tea-
spoonful of PAIN-KII.I.HR In half u
glass of warin watci or milk ever hour
or two, )ou will bo smprised to find
how quickly tho cough will disappear
Insist upon getting the genuine Sold
In two sizes Price -o and .'Of Av ild
substitutes, tin 10 Is but one l'aln-Klll-ci,
Pery Davis' .
IfcMl i iwYSIa WFM from which thc world rcnowncd ctus I
wL ygj?l l, fH, W'l iffm Noble whisKey is distilled.
HEW V I iW'i Nothing but the finest grade of corn or I
HK! A vnf'SmL No exPen$c i$ si,arcd m ,,s dl$llllAtion- I
vBmrm k llfiw' )(l$u Thal is why il ha$ becn lhc lcader a" over I
liUw fll it' J$vl$mm 'c worId for ovcr scven'y ycars' I
wim vHj I iwJiWpQu " i$ six years in svood bcforc bo,tlins' I
mSm Twfm Uis purc and honcst' I
Blm f:f IAlliS!lVtlBK A .i.il aid In Hittcslion. I
Hi XWM Wirk " J m
rja vMf l'i -f-SisS An ideal appetizer. ,
MMWiff jffflTiinr1wiiiiirTTrTJ )Wiri1 ni
rino Job Trlntlng at
W. C. PEACOCK & CO., LTD , Sole Agents.
KvVW.1- w-fa.. frff)iitnifr utol)&tt,misii JkJmi!mm xMkM Mi$&ki