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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, H. T., THUnSDAY, FED. . 1901.
MfH l B m H . Mifc. WF t W . LB riBPljB fllHIHB Hf B 0G
We Will Sell
For One Week Only
PURE SILK TAFFETAS
IN A LARGE VARIETY
AT B M
Tells of His
FAVORS NEW BUILDINGS
FOR MAUI PUBLIC OFFICES
Believes In Maintenance of National
Guard Wants Wailuku School
Moved Away from Police Court
NOW IS YOUR OPPORTUNITY.
N. S. Sachs Dry Goods
J. J. WILLIAMS,
Visitors are cordially invited tc
call and inspect our gallery of life
size royal photos, from Kamehamehs
I. to date.
At tho Old Stand
On Fort Street ::
HAWAII LAND CO.
Capital Stock - - $100,000.
Capital, paid up, - - $48,860
a New Lot of . . .
Key West and
Beaver Lunch Rooms.
H. J. NOLTE.
G. A. GROTE
Merchant -:- Tailors
Cleaned and Repaired
FIRST CLASS WORK GlMRANTEfcL
Union St. nnr Hnti "-
W. O Aehl President A Managor
M. K. Nukulna Vice Presldont
J. Maknlnai Treasurer
Cnnch Johnson Socrotary
fieo. L. Debn Auditor
I10AKD OF DIRECTORS:
J. W. Blplkane.
The abovo Company will buy, lease,
or mil lan.l J In all iwrtii of the Hawaiian
Islands; and also h8 houses in the City
of Houolnlu fur rent. 1489-yl
W. C. ACHI & CO.
Brokers & Dealers
ET W will Bu or kfl Beu SiUUlr
ill parts of the group.
XT We will Bell Propertlea on Beaion
3FFICE. 10 West King Streei
Set of 5 maps, $2.00
so a: NTS EACH
On sale at office of . . .
TUB . . .
Real Estate Broker.
223 MERCHANT ST.
The following bicycles are now at the
Police Station and owners, cm have them
bv proving property and pavjng expenses
Tribune, No, 4750; Columbia, No. 8204;
uoiumDU, no. oils; nureuge, rvo. 24750;
Imperial, No. 14506. wifitf
Property In town and suburbs
and HOUSES TO LET.
T. R. MOSSMAN
Real Estate Agent
Searcher ol Title
Art Bmbroidery Tuught.
VeBSons In ART EMIJROIDnRY will
be glen by Mrs. H. H. Williams at tho
City Furniture Storo, Tort street
first Class stamping done
MHS. II. H. WILT JAMS.
A NEW LINE JUST RECEIVED.
Gold Filled Spectacle Frames
jubt the thing for this cllnnte.
H. G. BIART,
Wailuku. Feb. 12. Hon. S i:. Knlue,
Senator-elect from the Second Sena
torial District, la one of tho best mlu
entcd Hnwallans of tho old school, a
verj conservative man, nnd n man pos
sessing nn Iron will which rrqulriH the
oratory of n Gladstone to turn
With these qualities he will mnk
1. I .- , ... . I.. Il l,.ll,n tt
j llllllPe'll 11 JHiftl'l 111 me ill(n:i IIUIIOU ".
the coming Legislature of tho Territory
of llnwill and his ndvlce nnd counsel
In legislative matters will be much
sought by the other members of the
Senate Although Knlue wis elected
on the Independent ticket hla conser
vatism will make him a safe man In
the Senate. Ho does not favor the ex
treme measure tint are favored or
being advocated by tho other members
of his party He favors progress and
therefore, will not seek to undermine
the good work done by the present ad
ministration. Knlue has held public offices nn Maul
under the monarch and thoroughly
understands the needs of his constitu
ents He favors the establishment of
a new government brick building for
Wailuku, the same that Is proposed for
llllo, n building large enough to ac
commodate the bends of bureaus on
Maul. Ho realizes the liter Inadequate-
ness of the present Wailuku courthouse
for the prtscnt court business, nnd will
therefore work In the next Legislature
for nn appropriation for 11 new cotirt
houso for Wailuku to contnln ofTlces
for tho ilrcult Judge, clerk of circuit
court, sheriff and his deputj. post olTico
tax office, superintendent of water
works, road boird district magistrate,
besides comfortable quarters for tho
grand and trial Jurors At present
these officials nro quartered In wooden
buildings In different sections of the
Another Improvement the Senator Is
In favor of Is n largo burglar proof nnd '
flrenroof vault uhprn nil tlm rmirf I
records prulmte, law, equltj etc., will
! be safely stored, the present vault be
ing too smnll to be useful for tho pur
pose Intend) d The Senator has mndo
a peisonal Investigation of tluse mat
ters nnd feels that tho needs of Maul
should lie recognized Senator Knluo
Is also In favor of n new building for
a High school and fiinmmar school for
Wailuku The present kona storm has
done such havoc to tho present Wailuku
Union school building ns to render It
utterly unsifo for tho nccommod Ulon
of tho joiiths of this town The roof
Is In a bad stntc In fact the building
should be condemned, nnd that should
bo dono soon and not to wait until cost
ly accidents occur to tho lives of tho
little ones nnd tho te.nhcrs. Mr. Knluo
favors removing tho school grounds to
sonio other quarters away from thn
On several occasions when Jnpunetio
eases wcro being tried In tho court
house, the sights around tho court
houso hnvo been very Indecent and
vciy unfit for jouthn of tender irH
to behold. Such sights could not of
course have been permitted around tho
Honolulu police court with Its super
ior number of vigilant police, but Wai
luku Is nn ens) going town, and bare
legged Japanese attired In klniouiis do
not arouso tho same elegit 0 of nbhor
lemo In Wailuku us In Honolulu, for
kimonos arc but thn national garb of
tho lapancso nnd vvhntever sights nro
beatable In Hiroshima aro pnssiblo In
Mr Knlue ulso favors tho National
Ounrd of Hawaii and dois not believe
In abolishing It, ns Is being ngltnled by
the Honolulu members of tho legisla
ture He leallzes tho dangers that Wai
luku nnd vicinity will be In without tho
mllllar nnd Is theieforc hcarlllv In
accord with the administration In al
lowing the establishing of Compiu I
for Walluku's pinto tlmi nnd outsiders
It a veiy material and neeessari ad
junct to tho small Wnlluku police
foue Mr Knluo will thertfoio aBk
for an nppioprlntlon for n oimfoitablu
drill shed foi Co I in Wailuku for
tho money thus spent Is not misspent
lu any wise 'luuo aio other piogics
sivo ineasuies that Mr Kiilue will fu
tlui lu tho Senate1 and Maul, putting
Its confidence' In his nbllltv ns n kgls-
lalor, oNpicts great things of hi in for
Takf a rldo on the electric cars up
fr STOMACH i
A Healthy Stomach
makes pure blooj , vlgoro"s nerv es-a strong
body. Hntetter's Stomach Hitters
strengthens weak stomachs. An occasloml
dose w III keep the bowels active. Taken
regularly, It will cure lndl;etlon, constl
pitlon, dvspersh, biliousness, Inactive
liver or kldnevs, mahrla fever and ague.
It will cure voti. See that a Prlvnte
llcveiiue 8 tn 111 1 covers the neck of the
It has no
HAWAIIAN TOBACCO CO., Ltd.,
Corner McrchcinL Jincl Nuuunu t.,
iiImo HOTIiL ST., opponlto Uutliol.
Ofiice 'Phone, 390
. Works 'Phone, 3S9,
SaYe YOlir Wife Many Steps by Installing
A House Telephone from
You will noer
part with it.
Upstairs to Kitchen,
House to Servants' Quarters,
House to Stable, Etc.
x price well,
We will install two 'phones tompltte tinder a guarantee at
ou c iimot niioru to De uiiiioui mem.
The Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.,
Chamber of Commerce
Hears Irwin's Report
At a mc tlrt, 1 f the Clnmher of Com
mcrto vcstcri'.i a icport from W G
Irwin on tin l'arls Imposition last
summer was le elved nnd placed on
file. Mr. Irwin as commissioner, stales
that he was accorded every privilege
nnd shown ninn favors bj the direc
torate. Ho referrol also to tho distri
bution of pamphlets sent him l thn
Chamber of Commerce There was no
doubt In his mind that the distribu
tion of this reading matter would result
In great good to tho Isl mils
The matter of Hawaii being repre
sented at the l'an-Amcrlcnn Imposition
at HiifTalo this siasou was brought up
for discussion but was deferred until
another mretlng The members of tho
Chamber of Commerce wish first to
learn the wishes of the Territorial offi
cials lu the matter. J. II Atherton
was of tho opinion thlt Wm Hnj wood,
now In Washington representing thn
Planters' Association, would be n good
man to represent Hawaii should it be
decided to send an exhibit.
The claims of the quarantine com
mittee. orginl7ed nmong the merclnnts
during the plague, came up for dis
cussion. A communication from Castle"
& Cooko was read, asking to be reim
bursed In the sum of $7,tlJ1, advanced
to tho committee nt that time. It was
finally decided that tho Chamber of
Commerce Instruct tho committee to
roufer with the government regirdlng
tho reimbursement and endeavor tn
havo tho amount Included lu tho np
proprlatlon bill. Adjournment was
Camara & Co. can now ho found on
Alakca street between King and Mer
A Smiling face
kind-of-reaoon? will 'build .
Its an ideal tonic.and .
Bevenga It aids aigost'ion
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Another Large Shipment
of Angle Lamps.
"THE ANGLE LAMP"
THAT NLrM TAILS
It wm alns,t lnt.ti bl that
anyliTpc uM b K-Ki rnnuth lo
Ilk t p1aco elrcltklti -o en
lftm t uh li thect ! h lh
AMitK la nc All otrthUhni
tfoplt arrih cwlnc V lhlrotJ
Urnr an4 rrpUflng tiwm lth this
limp n"t irrrrlv t-fcaj It com
-iNiut nn tenth much lo main
lain (cmt I fl't 'ibJHt to om p i
pl) but biU- bln lntinlly
chfaprr ll l tn rr brlllljnt and
morerrllat-le In the largaln It l a
rtvdatlon t twty one who uwi It
a-J ftltrrty JemtntraV that tht
oil lavhlni4 limp wa 1 barbar
ous contrivance, the anoii lamp
nir nn Vis mell r elr any
rouble ts HthirJ anJ eitinculkhti
p ?alU as e nJ tth IJtl
llBhtlr m iry latjpolnt We
carry th lairpsi from $i 80 up
T. II. Daics S Co., Ltd.
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C11 Dlckt llt'.M UclllniE Hoclw lUtt-or Llrn. C Ntw llom. lnj Vlithlrt. nt I'm Ara-ikan IlinJ
Serine; Maclilnit . . . , n .
Ill M.hRS IN AcalfWiie fiUiwir CtCKKtry lljrnm Sa54UanJ L.4lh" Hut- HriM llfl
HlJ, Trunkl Vallm Vtiltlngi, Siln Llnilfumi l'uJkr onj t af Knal HaiJw.r anJ I'lanlalion
fimt s --v
h r j w j .
The Angle Laiup
ALSojAimyACoon siock of iiamguio..
' STAND AJJDIIAHD LAMPS
Bulletin 75c. per month.
the best in
l'aclllc Heights. Turo 6 cents.
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W. C. PEACOCK & CO., LTD