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BVENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, 11. T,, MONDAY, JANUARY 28, 1001.
We Will Sell
For One Week Only
PURE SILK TAFFETAS
IN A LARGE VARIETY
PREMIER BARTON STATES
HIS FUTURE POLICY
Protective Tariff for Revenue Abso
lutely Necessary-Labor Legislation-Trans-Continental
1 .00 A Yard.
NOW IS YOUR OPPORTUNITY.
N. S. Sachs Dry Goods
Sydney. N. S. V Jan. 17. Edmund
Barton, Premier of the Australian
Commonwealth, began the federal elec
tion campaign at Mnttlnml this eenlng
with nn address beforo a public meet
ing, at which several Ministers wens
present. Ills speech disclosed the poli
cy of the Federal Ministry.
Tho Federal elections, Uarton said,
would be held at the earliest posslblo
date, nnd n decision taken regarding
the new Federal capital. In his opin
ion, Parliament could not be success
fully carried on either at Melbourne or
Sydney, na Its deliberations ought to
be removed froir. surrounding provin
He expressed tho opinion that the
commonwealth would ncqulro the rail
ways ut an early date and he said that
whether the debts of tho several states
should be taken ocr bcfoie the rait-,
wajs was a matter now engaging the
attention of the Treasurer.
Discussing fiscal questions, Hartnn
obscned that when a uniform tariff
was Imposed the commonwealth would
have tho exclusive power of Imposing
nld, Mrs. T. W. Hobron. Mrs. Robert1
Lew erB, Mrs. C. F. Pond, Mrs. Thomas
May, Mrs. M. Phillips, Mrs. II. Lewis,
Mrs. K. A. Jordan.
To secure prlies Mrs. Wlddlfleld,
Mrs. M. M. Scott.
Decorations Mrs. C, A. ElBton,
Misses Bcott, Misses Paty, Miss Juliet
King, Miss Elslo Robertson, Mrs. J.
Robertson, Mrs. Metvln Vanntman, Er
nest Parker and Robert Mist.
Refreshments Mrs. A. Fuller, Mrs.
C. H. Cooper, Mrs. S. Edward Damon,
Mrs. T. R. King, Mrs. J. II. Soper.
Mrs. Annls Montagqe Turner, Mrs. Ed
gar Halstcad, Mrs. John Rothwell,
Miss Harriet Lewcrs.
Drlllshed Mrs. E. D. Tenncy. Mrs.
J. S. Walker.
Tickets Mrs. A. C. Howes, Miss Jes
sie Kaufniann, Mrs. Frances M. Hatch,
Mrs. S. M. Damon, Mrs. Mary Wlddl
fleld. Mrs. 0. P. Wilder. Mrs. Slaker.
Mrs. E. D. Tenney, Mrs. J. T. McDon
ald. Mrs. F. M. Swnnzy. Mrs. A. Isen
berg. Mrs. L Frecth, Mrs. Mary Gunn,
Mrs. M. Phillips..
BES 1 .Jls.CIuARS
HAWAIIAN TOBACCO CO., Ltd.,
Corner Merchant and Nuuonu Stm.,
alao HOTEL ST., opposite Bethel.
HAWAIIAN BOY ABROAD.
The Ilrldgeport, Conn., Dally Stand
nrd of December 29 has the following
Item In Its society column:
"The Hon. nnd Mrs. Oeorgo II. Som
crs announce the engagement of their
daughter. Mls3 Jennie Spall Somcrs. to
Mr. William Thomna Rawlins of Ho
nolulu. H. 1 "
Tho young man named Is tho son of
Mr. nnd Mrs. Thomas Rnwllns and was
born and bred In Honolulu. A few
years ago he gradur-ted billllantly from
Oalni college. F.o-n his knlckcrbockcr
days Wllllr. a3 hid Mends here like to
customs nnd cxclso duties, nnd that call him yet, was an exemplary and
therefore It would be necessary to pre-'man. n,i Enthusiastic In nthletls
serve for tho separate states tho power ' . h, con,i..ct mi ,iemeanor were
nlways gcntlmanly. This coming sum
mer Mr. Rawlins will graduate from
rHAT More Suitable 'Xmas Present
than one of those Handsome "UP TO
DATE" Electric Piano or Reading
Lamps. We have a Complete and Hand
some Line of
J, . J. WILLIAMS,
Visitors are cordially Invited to
call and inspect our gallery of life
size royal photos, from Kamehamehs
I. to date.
At the Old Stand
On Fort Street ::
a New Lot of
Beaver Lunch Rooms.
HAWAII LAND CO.
Capital Stock - $100,000.
Capital, paid up, - $48,860
of direct taxation, as there must be no
direct taxation by the commonwealth,
nvn.nl urwlnr vnrv trront tirpHSlirp.
"Frco trndo under the constitution '" Yn,f l'00'. nni hls " ,1c'
would bo practically Impossible." cou- sire, chiming In with that of his pa
tlnued the Premier, "becauso n eryj rents, Is to take up the practice of his
largo customs revenue la requlslte,tut profession at home. Ills new friends In
our policy will bo protectlvo and not New England arc pulling him to stay
prohibitive. First of nil. the tariff triat country, but It Is to be hopcJ
ought to be considerate of oxlstlng In- Ms honlc lnml wit not losa B0 hopeful
iiustrics. HO mr as mo prciereiumi
duty on British goods Is concerned we
shall be glad to reciprocate where pos
sible, but this Is a question requiring
very serious consideration.
Outlining tho projected legislation
Darton said It Included n bill for tho
conciliation ,and arbitration of labor
disputes, n bill to exclude tho Asiatic
races, a bill to establish woman suf-
The Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.
Office, an J Salesroom,
Alakea St., Makai of Merchant St.
p. O. BOX 144. "PHONE" 100.
Ttiere isttealth indicated hii
A Smiling h'i
Beverage r aids diction.
F CV V YM
W. O, Achl President it Munsgor
M. K. Nkuln... Vice President
J. M.kaln.1 .Treasurer
Enoch Johnson Secretary
Geo. L. Desha Auditor
BOARD OF DIRECTORS:
J. W. Blplkane.
A Lltcropy Tea.
Tho entertainment Saturday nfter
noon at the Kllohnna Art Leaguo
rooms, given under tho nusplces of tho
I.ltcrnry Circle, was a splendid suc
cess. The rooms were prettily decorat-
frage nnd a bill for tho construction ofcd by Mrs. Rothucll. Tho main fea-
n transcontinental railway, wnicn, ne turo or tho program was nn instructive
lfcturo on tho life nnd works of Sid
ney Lanier by Jlrs. W. F. Krear.
A number of excellent musical num
bers wero rendered.
At tho conclusion of tho program,
tea wns sened under tho supervision
of Miss Charlotto Hall. In serving the
refreshments. Miss Hall was assisted
by Mrs. T. It. Walker, Mrs. George
argued, would bo of great value from
tho point of vlow of defenso .
DE WET WITH 7,000
London, Jnn. 17. Tho Important ro
port received from Johannesburg that
General Do Wet has crossed tho Vaal
and Joined forces with tho Transmit navCBi MrB Jnmcs n castle, Mrs. He.
coromumios, u iruo. ,..uu. ,u., ... , , j, A M SmUn.
the concentration of 7000 Iloera, with ' .. i. ,. nnnrni
i ... , i... i.i, ,...,i, Tho affair was under the general
There Is a rumor current In Cine Town management of Mrs. W. M. Graham.
I that several Doer leaders aio urging an I
attack upon the mines. It has long
been understood! that Qcnoml De Wit
has been anxious to Join the Invaders
In Cape Colony .and this rumor may
bo spread to cover an attempt to break
H. J. NOLTE.
The above Company will buy, 1mm,
or soil UnJj In all parts of the Hawaiian
Islands; and also ha houses in tho City
of Honolulu for rent; M89-yl
w. c. ACHra co.
Brokers & Dealers
Honolulu Tobacco Co., Ltd.
Corner of Fort and Hotel Streets.
Ju At Arrived ex. Zeulondla!
.ALARGU STOCK OP.
Owl Club Cigars,
Celebrated Hotel Brunswick Cigars.
AWARDrD GOLD MLDAL, PARIS EXPOSITION, 1900.
What-Run Down ?
Holiday Mouth nnd
Hard Work Did It.
EASY TO MEND WITH
SCHILLER'S MALT EXTRACT.
P.O. Box 7! hltni Correspondence Solicited.
FINRE & 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 GUARANTEE!.
Union St. near Hotel tri
til puts 01 the group.
CT Me will Bell P
We will Bn or LtU Btoi ZiUte li
ProperUei on Bmod-
JFFICE. 10 WEST KING STREET
Real Estate Broker.
223 MERCHANT ST.
Property In town and suburbs
and HOUSES TO LET.
Set of 5 maps, $2.00
60 CENTS EACH
On sale at office of . . .
THE . . .
T. R. MOSSMAN
Real Estate Agent
Searcher ol Title
ind other Rings, Watches, Brace
its, Pins, and an extensive varlet
HI. &. BIAE1,
404 FORT STREET.
Typhoid from ChlneHC Truck.
Vnncotucr, II. Cy Jan. 17. Dr. pn
gun, tho medical health Inipector for
Iirltlsh Columbia, has lnvoatlfinted tho
cause, of the picvalcnco of tvnhold ff
vcr In certain sections of llritlsu Co
lumbia, nnd In nn official lennrt Inti
mates that the germs of thu ducase arc
Introduced Into households by the Chi
nese market gardener. He not led that
In every household where typhoid
germs had claimed n vlqtlm quantities
of Chinese vcgctnblcs had been con
sumed. He then visited tho Chinese
market gardens and found them cess
pools of fllth.
All tho gardeners kept plga and tho
offnl was allowed to ll around for an
Indefinite) tlmo. As celery was not cook
ed, he considered tlint the, roost danger
luv In that vegetable lli Ht'itn.l .ball
tho senses of of smey nud sight of n
white man could not enrturo lor a ions
tlmo the state of things In thoso pesti
lential Chinese rrnrket gardeiw. Ilr.
Pagan' statement has been tho meam
of establishing a boycott against Hie
lnnumernblo Chlneso who peddlo vege
tables In the province.
MARD1 GRAB COMMITTEES.
Following Is n complote list of com
mittees In charge of tho Mardl Qras
Carnival to take place In the drill shed
on the night of February 19.
Executlvo Committee Mrs. W. M.
tlrnhnm, Mrs. C. R. Cooper, Mrs. S.
IMwurd Damon, Mrs. A. Isenberg. Mrs.
C A, Elston. Mrs. O. P. Wilder, Mrs.
K D, Tenney,
The list of patronesses Is na follows:
Mrs. S. M. Damon. Mrs. Oerrlt I. Wil
der, Mrs. Wilder, Mrs. I'nul Isenberg.
$r., Mrs. James B. Cnstlo, Mrs. Allan
Whlto, Mrs. Annls Montnguo Turner,
Mrs. Mary Wlddlfleld, Mrs. T. Rain
Walker. Jlrs. J. S, Walker, Mrs. F. A.
Sohaefer. Mrs. 11. V. Dillingham, Mrs.
Harold Mott-Smlth, Mrs. John M. Dow-
sttt, Mrs. James O. Spencer, Mrs. Oeo.
Herbert, Mrs. E. A. Jordan, Mis. Wal
ter Hoffmann, Mrs. Alatnu T, Atkin
son, Mrs. Slaker, MrB. Arthur Ilrown,
Mrs. A. C. llawes, Mrs. Francis SI.
Hutch, MrB. M. M, Ksteo, Mrs. Paul
Neumann, Mrs. Jonathan T. McDon-
AUmlrnl Ci ey Stnrtti Went Soon
Philadelphia. Jan. 17. Immediately
upon bolng relieved of the command of
I.cnguo Island Navy Yard next Sat
urday, Admiral Casey, with his wife
nnd family, will proceed to San Diego, I
where ho will meet Admlrnl Knntz
nnd nBsiimo chargo of tho Pacific stn
tlon with the battleship Iowa as flait-ship.
A MALT THAT'S ALL MALT.
25c Kottlc $2.(50 n Dozen.
HONOLULU DRUG COMPANY,
, A. H. Otis. Yon Holt Block. King Street. .0. A. Bierback ,
So Many cl'ople nro Exposed to rain,
cold and storms, that It Is necessary
that they should havo something to
counteract tho effects. A mixture of a
teaspoonful of PAIN-K1M.ER In wnter
sweetened, will stimulate tho system '
ami ward oft any possibility of cold. It
has been used for Blxty years all over
tho world, and millions testify to Its
sterling worth. There Is but one Paln
Klller. Perry Davis'. Prlco 23c. and 60c.
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