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HVCNINO nULLETIN, HONOLULU, H. T., MONDAY. rEtmUAIlY 4, 1901
B.;11 Bfc V
We Will Sell
For One Week Only
PURE SHI TAFFETAS
IN A LARGE VARIETY
1 .00 A Yard.
NOW IS YOUR OPPORTUNITY.
N. S. Sachs
Visitors are cordially invited tc
.call and inspect our gallery of life
size royal photos, from Kamehamehi
I. to date.
At tho Old Stand
On Fort Street ::
a New Lot of
Beaver Lunch Rooms
H. J. NOLTE.
P. O. Box ts liland 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 GlMRANTEbL
II. ilnn St. near Hotel i
Set of 5 maps
HAWAII LAND CO.
Capital Stock - - $100,000.
Capital, paid up, - $48,860
W. O. Achl President it Manager
M. K. Nakuln&... Vice PrcMdent
J. Makalnul .Treasurer
Enoch Johnson Secretary
Dao. T.. DeHhii Auditor
BOARD OF DIRECTORS:
J. W. Blplkane,
The above Company will buy, loase,
or sell Ian Jj In all parts of tbo Hawaiian
Islands; anil also baa house In the City
of Honolulu for rent. 1489-yl
W. C. ACHI & CO.
Brokers & Dealers
IT We will Bu or beil Beat SaUtels
ill part of the group .
, or We will Bell Properties on Beuoo
ibla Communions t
OFFICE. 10 WEST KINO STREET
Real Estate Broker.
223 MERCHANT ST.
Property In town and suburbs
and HOUSES TO LET.
T. R. MOSSMAN
Real Estate Agent
Searcher of Title
A NEW LINE JUST KECE1VED.
Gold Filled Spectacle Frames
Just the thing for this climate.
H. G. BIART,
IEWELER, ioio FORT ST.
MEETING AT CONSULATE
IN KAPALAHA SATURDAY
Britishers Will Do Honor to Their
Dead Queen In Kawaiahao
Church Next Sun
day. A meeting of Britishers was held at
tho British Consulate In Kapalanm
Saturday afternoon for tho purpose of
making arrangements for a fitting com
memoration of tho death of Victoria.
Queen of England and Ireland and Em
press of India. Mr. Hoare made a
short speech on the object of the meet
ing. W. O. Irwin was chosen chair
man and 7. 'Iain Walker secretary.
A Icttc. written on behalf of the
Territory if Hawaii by Governor Dole,
was read. Among other things, tho
Governor stated that tho Hags upon
the various government buildings hnd
been placed nt half-mast out of respect
to tho memory of England's dead
Queen; and further, that the Kxccuthe
wished to express his willingness to
make further expression of sympathy
If special memorial services should he
decided on by llrlt-h residents of the
A committee consisting of the fol
lowing, wns nppolntcd to arrange for
memorial services: V. G. Irwin, Rob
ert Cntton. Georgo S. Harris, Robert
Jordan, Georgo P. Mavles, Norman
Kay. T. Rain Walker and Tom May.
Thcso men represent tho British resi
dents generally, the Sons of St. George
and tho Scottish Thistle Club.
Tho following set of resolutions was
mlopted and a copy was sent to the
Marquis of Lansdownc by the Sierra:
"It having pleased the Almighty. In
Ills over-ruling providence to take
from this life Her Majesty Victoria, of
tho United Kingdom of Great Britain
and Ireland. Queen, Defender of the
Faith. Empress of India;
"Resolved, That we desire to express
our heartfelt sorrow at tho loss of tho
beloved Queen and our deep sympathy
with tho members of the royal family
In tho great bereavement they have
"As Empress, Queen, wlfo and moth
er. In all relations, Indeed, of her life,
whether In tho sunshlno of prosperity
or In tho shadow of heavy trials, sho
showed herself a good, kind, noble
hearted, Christian woman, and one
who was always In touch and sympathy
with her people, tenderly solicitous for
their welfaro and endearing herself to
them by her high womanly devotion In
an unsurpassed degree, anil nt the
bbiuo tlmo winning tho deep respect
and esteem of other peoples through
out the civilized world.
"Resolved, That Ills Britannic Ma
jesty's Consul bo requested to forward
tho foregoing lesolutlon to tho Marquis
Although thcro has not yet been any
decision as to tho place where the mem
orial services are to bo held, It Is al
most settled that Kawaiahao, tho old
native church, will bo chosen. In fact,
tho committee has already Been Rev. II.
It. Parker about this very matter and
ho has gladly given his consent. Next
Sunday will be tho tlmo for tho ser
Chean labor means cheap work. Tho
Bulletin Publishing Co. employs men nf
experience nnd artistic skill In tho Job
department. That's why wo oro turn
ing out tho best Job work In town.
nVIJH It's no experiment
BKVi when you on g?".' Cyrus Noble Whiskey. iH
rliLJLrH Leave experimenting to others. Buy goods, H
J f I m yu rnow arc H
Hf7 Sy3 livB For seventy years we have been trying to pro-1
Bkj kr i . mtf I ,(lucc tne Dcst P0SSID,C article for the least
Ktfj s OlJC JfH possible price. H
iiiV UIt'icl MwH nc PUD'C rlnovv favorably! H
Wm "'SJm It holds the good trade. LH
BL- WJvh 1 " cos'5 no more 'rtan' 0Ier S000' whiskey mbI
ffifWHivyTTOJaH " 's Purc ant' '' ILbLR
BSuBllliPiB " !s distillcd from the best selcctedgrain. HflB
siSffiiiH ' w'ns on mcri' a'nc, mHHI
SINGLE TAXERS MEET
The single taxcrs held a meeting nt
Poster hall last Saturday night. What
tho crowd lacked In numbers, It made
up In enthusiasm and sincerity.
John Emmeluth was chosen to pre
stdo and L. D. Tlmmons was made
secretary. Chapters were read from
Henry George's works and tho chair
man made an opening statement of
somo length. He went over the tax
system In vogue now In the Islands nnd
pointed out the defects according to his
He pointed out that In 1899 In this
Territory thcro wns paid In taxes on
personal property $1,400,000, on real
estate $700,000, In licenses $350,000, or
a total of $2400.000. Tho single tax
system would remove all tax from In
dustries nnd Improvements, throwing
the burden upon the owners of unim
proved real property. Mr. Emmeluth
holds that tho single tnx would force
the owners of unoccupied tracts to Im
prove them or sell out to persons who
would do so. The speaker thought the
system could he put In operation to
morrow without disarranging business
nnd believes that equitable taxation
would Increase the revenues 300 per
I.. I). Tlmmons mado a short speech,
when tho subject wns taken up by tho
SYBIL WILL HI1TUI5N.
New York, Jan. 10 A cable tn the
Journal from Pails, says: Sybil San
derson returns to the operatic stage
malting her (Irs. appearance since he?
breakdown, next week. She said to
day: "I signed n contract today for
a concert tour of the chief Continental
cities. The tour begins with Buchnrcst.
Vienna, Budapest. Berlin, Athens. Con
stantinople nnd St. Petersburg. Then
I return to my first love, the Opera
Comlque, Paris, wbero I sing Masse
"I am no longer stout. Electrical
treatment nnd douches hnve made mo
slender, hut 1 nm ns enthusiastic as
when a girl. My voice Is as nlwnys.
.My motive for returning to the stage
Is boredom w Ith everything else."
BHYAN WILL TRAVEL.
Omaha. Jan. 23. W. J. Bryan will
f.0011 start for Europe. It Is his purpose
to call upon President Kruger. but the
ultimate object Is n tour of the Contln
cut. He may visit all the British Isles
nnd especlnlly Ireland. The success of
his newspaper, tho Commoner, hai
been so great at tbo outset that he feels
warranted In going nnroad In quest of
material for a series of letters for his
new paper. In the course of his travels,
It Is said to be his Intention to treat
on Imperialism as ho rinds It nnd to
muko a special Btudy of colonial de
pendencies. The exact date of Mr. Bryan's depir
tore Is not given, hut will likely be In
the early spring.
TO OUT BIO OP MOSQUITOI18
Wnshlngtou. Consul Plumncher. at
Mararulbo, has written to the State !'
partment. giving n remedy ngnlnst
musqlutoes. He says:
'It consists In planting tho castor oil
plant (Rlclnus communis, or l'alma
Christl) around the house nnd.premi
bcb. In cold and temperate climates
the castor oil plant grows to a height
of four or five feet; In these countrl'8
It becomes n tall trco and Is perennial.
It seems that the smell of the plant Is
disagreeable to mosquitoes nnd other
1 Insects, nnd It Is nn acknowledged fict
I that where these plants grow few mos.
I quitoes arc found. My personal ex
perience bears this out.'"
HAWAIIAN TOBACCO CO., Ltd.,
Corner Merchant nncj Nuunnu &tn.,
ciImo HOTEL ST., opposite Bethel.
There is health indicated by
n jiiiiiiii mix
with- a- Stomach-trouble
Utnrt.nf. w serin. ... .11. k.i'.frl
...lit. vi-i bujwii; wiii'iunu
1 r'a'LQc'u uuri'
us an Ideal tonic, and .
TheLrght Tliat Neverlbife
3LV vv4Va'Ln I !
The Angle Laiup
ALSOjCAimyAGOOn STOCK of hanging..
STAND AH0 HAHD LAMPS
AGENTS TOR Stt-il ng lubricating Oils, Clarlrhos. Altrn Cenunt, I'ortlanJ Cement Olant I'owJer
O. , I Icks Halata lulling, Rovhe Harbor time t... New Home bewlng Machines anl I'an-Amtrlcan HanJ
Dl ALLKh IN Al ale wire dlastware. Croc
steads, Trunks, Vat Ik, Watting, bates, Linoleums
J. F. MORGAN, C lilcOWN, P. IIUSTACL, C. II. ATIILRTON, W. II. IIOOGS,
President Vice President Secretary Auditor Treas, and Manacrr
HUSTACB & CO., Ltd., Q""St.
Firewood, Stove. Steam and Blacksmith Coal,
Also White and Black Sand.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
TELEPHONE, MAIN 205. SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO DKAYING
Bulletin 75c. per month.
WHAT 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
The Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.
Office and Salesroom,
Alakea St., Makai of Merchant St.
P. O. BOX 144. "P1I9NE" JOO.
kkkkkkkkkVbra .vri jryjj .liiLLLH
Another Large Shipment
of Angle Lamps.
"THE ANGLE LAMP"
THAT NCVCtt TAILS.
It iffini almost Incredible that
any limp could be goJ enough to
talc the place ol electricity n even
term, yet Mich it ,he case rh the
Aviir LAMi. All otr the Islands
f'cnplt arc thrmlng aay their o'J
imp and replacing them with this
Imp, nut merely tecau" It costi
about one tenth a much to main
tain (rent Is no object to some peo
pie) tut, bld Mnc infinitely
cheaper. It Is mere brilliant anJ
more reliable In the larealn. Il U a
revelation In everyone whoise,tlt.
and tin ply Jemmtraie that the
uld-fathtunid lamp was a barbar
ous contrivance, tut AM.lr- lamp
never smuttes, smells or civet any
trouble. iliRtiU'J anieitincutsheJ
as easily as k, an J is the IJnl
light trim ewry itanipnlnl We
carry these lamps from J i Bo up,
T. II. DaWcs & Co., Lid.
kef v ll.irn. J-lle anl tu!hf Hue flrata. IU4.
l'oJer and Caps, General Hardware and Plantation
50 CENTS EACH
On sa(e at office of . . .
THE . . .
W. O. PEACOCK Sz CO., Ltd., SI8.