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EVENING DULt,lYrj, HONOLULU, H. T., MONDAY, MAIlCtl 4, 1901.
Rain Gh u ties
IN URGE VARIETY
Black and galvanised, In any ength;
H Inch to !i Inch thick.
Dlston's make; a big supply on hind.
Palms and Oils
Manila and Sisal from H Inch to 6
Rice Plows and Breaking Plows.
Fort St., opposite Spreckcis Bank.
Pantheon Shaving Parlor
Singly or En Suite at
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Tlun uncoj ted roofs
If You Are In Doubt
Ask any of the following parties what they
think of r
H. May & Co.
Hustace & Co.
judge W. L. Wilcox
W. C. Pencock & Co.
Inter- sland S. N. Co.
J. F. Humburp, H H. & Co.
Hawaiian Carriage M'fn Co.
G. P. Dennison, OR.& L.Co
Chief J ti Hunt. Hon. F. Uupt.
And dozens of others. r
California Feed Co., Ltd. S
Sole Agents for U. S.
and it's possessions.
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UNITED STAB WIIUI
ADJOURNMENT TAKEN IN . ,
MEMORY OF W. A. UENSHALt:
Commissioner Will Take Testimony
in "Consuelo" Case--F. C. Han
dy New Deputy Clerk
Application for admission to, the
practice of law before the Supreme
Court was illed today, by E. S. Towt
formerly of North Kona.
Ily I.ylc A. Dickey, his attorney, A.
B, Forbes has discontinued tils suit
against Jas. W. Howell and 0. (1. Tra
Argument on the bill for Injunction
of the Walluku Sugar Company vs. the
Hawaiian Commercial and .Sugar Com
pnny occupied the morning In the Cir
cuit Court. Kinney, Ilallou & McClnn-
ahan represented the plaintiff and At
frrd S. Hartwell the defendant. Judg
ment was reserved.
Jury cases were resumed this after
noon. In the Federal Court this morning
the case of Ilobt. It. Hind ve. tho
brtgantlne Consuelo came up. Tho
court ordered that testimony In tho
case be taken before United States
Commissioner Robinson. The com
missioner will sit for this purposo
some time this week.
Attorney Paul Neumann moved that
the court adjourn out of respect to the
memory of W. A. Henshall, who was
a member of tho Federal oar and who
went down with the Illo de Janeiro.
Mr. Neumann paid a fine tribute to
Mr. Henshnll.lo'n brief speech, lte-
marko were also madi- by District At
torney J. C. linlrit. Judge Itee spoko
from tho bench as lollows:
"Thi court wishes to say that Mr.
Henshall tried a case In this court
Just' before he left. Ills dignity and
courtesy In court and his knowledge
of tho law gave fnltli of his deep sense
of .ils personal obligation to His ell-
n nts nnd to the court.
"The court wishes nt this time to
express Its deep regret at his untime
Judge Esteo then appointed a com
mittee consisting of Paul Neumann
Arthur A. Wilder and' Col. J. C. llnlrd
to draw up a minute to be recorded In
tho United States Court. This will ho
presented In tho morning at ten
o'clock. Courf then adjourned for tho
Jas. I). Avery, acting deputy clerk,
resigned this morning and r. C. Han
dy was sworn In. Mr. Handy arrived
on the Mnrlposa from California, irom
which place he came to assume tho
duties of this ofllce.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
The Illustration reflects the operation ol
building a stack of sections anj Indicates
the practical results of " E.panslon."
The busy man should not fail
to investigate this up-to-date
SOLE AGENTS FOR HAWAII.
V. H. Poulsen
- Sign and
AH Work Guaranteed.
OPP. KAWAIAHAO CHURCH
Henry May & (Jo.
Boston Block, Fort Street
24 Telepliones 22.
Just In per
S. S. "Zealanclla"
Fresli Eastern & Coctnil Oysters
Fresh Golden Gloss Bloaters,
Ked and White Cabbage,
Fresh Flnen Haildies,
Grenhagens' Chocolate Creams,
and o lot of other delicies too num
erous to mention.
COME AND ShO US.
Deliveries leave daily to Waiklki
and Palama. and the best of atten
Cold In the Back, that's all.
Maybe you've had It
and thought you were
' getting old.
A RED STAR
, will fix It all right.
Leave It on a week.
A crutch for lame backs.
HOBRON DRUG CO.
Kln nnd Fort.
ITS SPONSOR APPEALS
FOR SPEEDY ACTION
Loss to the Nation by DelaysNot
Likely However That This
Measure Will be
PACIFIC CARRIAGE GO.
Comer Hotel and Union Sts,
Up-to-date Hacks and
AT ALL HOURS.
HARRY DOBSON, Manager.
Washington. D. C. Feb. 14. lirHiio
House of Kepresentatlvcs yesterday
lUprctcntatlve Corliss of Michigan,
made an earnest nppeal for considera
tion of the bill providing for laying u
submarine cable from tho Pacific coast
of the I'nlted States to Hawaii andHkc
Plilllpplnes. The cost of such a cable,
he stated, will not exceed $10,000,000.
nnd with It In operation we-could afford
to take that amount from' the army or
Mr. Curllss called aftentlon to the
fact that the hill as It passed tho Sen
ate nt the first session of this Congress
would have passed tho Ilouso and the
people of this country would now be
enjoying the benefits of the cnblo, had
It not been for the opposition of Chair
man Cannon of the Appropriations
Committee. Had tho bill passed wc
would now be saving at the rato of one
million dollurs annually In cnblo nnd
other communications with the Philip
pines, nnd our trade nnd commerce
would have advanced far moro than the
cost entailed In the construction of
such n cable.
Mr. Corliss In tho course of his re
marks presented a resolution ndopted
by the Manufacturers' Club of Philadel
phia endorsing the Corliss measure and
urging Congress to adopt It.
Friends of the cable bill aro appre
hensive that It will not bo reached at
this session of Congress, The aggre
gate annrnnrlatlons. should the river
and hnrbor. ship subsidy and utlmr
large measures become laws, will be wi
great that action upon many meritori
ous measures will bo deferred until n
J. A. UltlXKONS.
ltclltim nnd Sugar Duty.
Washington. Februnry 17. Count
Llcherveldo. the minister to the Unit.
ed Stntes from llclglum, snys his gov
ornment has nut taken any stops look
ing to retaliation against tho United
States because, of (he continued Impo
sition of countervailing duties on Hoi
glnn sugnr Imported Into tho United
. . .
Yesterday, a party of four, consist
ing of Senator Crabbo, h. T. Grant,
manager of tho Hawaiian Automobile
Co., and two ladles, were nut for a spin
In one of the attractive automobile!
which will shortly he In operation on
the streets of Honolulu.
Drop In to tho St, Germain.
A young man wanted. See Waul
A bunch of keys found. See Found
The Lehua sails on her regular route
at 5 o'clock today.
For strnlght or mixed drinks, go to
tho Panthton Saloon.
Where Is the Mint Saloon? On Nuu
nnu, opposite Chaplain Lane.
The W. O. Hall sails forltakawelt
this afternoon at 3 o'clock.
Fresh home-made pol every Tuesday
and Friday at Woman's Exchange.
The new schedule of water rates ap.
pears In th'o U); Authority colOmn.
WEST THE PAINTER, 90 Klng'St.
Prices reasonable, work guaranteed.
Camara & Co. can now be found on
Alakca street between King and Mer
chant. Miss McDonald's card soiree at Prog
ress ball takes place this eviulng, A
good time Is assured.
Choice things from the Art Depart
ment table covers, sofa pillows, de
nt the City of Paris, Hawaiian Hotel,
During my temporary absence from
this Territory Dr. Kobayasht will tako
charge of my practice. 1)11. K MOHL,
First class family and table board,
Queen Hotel Restaurant, Nuuanu
street. Hates reasonable. Special Sun
The schooner Muriel sails for San
Francisco tomorrow afternoon. She
has accommodations for ono or two
Deputy Attorney General Cathcait
leaves for Knual tomorrow to prosecuto
causes for tho Territory In tho Circuit
Court at Llhue beforo Judge Hardy.
George Holph, the secretary of tho
Hawaiian Commercial & Sugar Co., re
turned from Kauai In the Hanalel Sun
day. Ho will leave In the Mariposa to
Thcro Is to bo a big anti-saloon or
ganization meeting In the V, M. C. A.
tlthVuvcnlng. Dr. Chapman will make
an address. All those Interested urn
cordially Invited to attend.
Tako a ride on tho Pacific Heights
Electric Hallway and enjoy the un
surpassed view of ocean, mountain and
valley. Honolulu looks Its best from
Pacific Heights. Round trip 10 cents.
Among tho arrivals at the Hawa
iian hotel Is Robert Clarence Newell
who accompanies Madame Antolnetto
Trcbcllt, tho famous cantatrlcc. on a
year's tour through tho Colonies, as
Tho brlgnntlne J. D. Sprcckels from
Guam arrived this morning and an
chored outside. Sho called for provi
sions and to get any orders that might
bo awaiting her. Sho goes to Hllo to
Camarlnos receives for his refrigera
tors all the California fruits nf the sea
son by every cold storage steamer. Ik
always has on hand a stock of fresh
lpplcs, gropes, oranges, etc. Send your
orders by phone, No. Main 378.
If you w.int to buy a first class, guai
anteed camera for one quarter less than
you would have to pay for the sanio
artlclo In New York city, drop In to
the HONOLULU PHOTO SUPPLY CO.
and ask to sec their reduced stock.
C. T. Rodgcrs, secretary of the De
partment of Public Instruction, gives
notice that tho school throughout the
Territory will close for the Easter va
cation on Thursday, April I, and reopen
for the next term on Monday, April ir.
See ad In today's paper.
News of the Rio disaster was sent to
Maul by wireless telegraphy early Sat
urday morning. On Sunday Editor
Robertson of the Maul News telegraph
ed requesting more details as to Uiom
who went down with tho ship. Tho
desired Information was promptly for
warded, thus making Maul acquainted
with tho moro Important details of tho
Yesterday, tho Walklkl boulevard
Ewa of Makee Island was lined with
single and double turnouts of every de
scription, wlille Makeo Island nnd tho
various watering places which line tho
shore, wero extensively patronized. Tho
Tenltorlal band Instead of playing at
tho Capitol grounds, gavo a concert nt
Mnkce Island, which helped to swell tho
WE WILL HAVE OPEN
TO-MORROW, a complete new line of Ladies'
Dancing 81lppere, catchy, snappy styles.
The "GEM "-a patent kid slipper, with VELVET
trimmings, something distinctly new.
The "MADONNIS" a seamless sandal, a new
novelty, a purely French sMe.
An endless variety of one, two and three strap slippers.
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE
Honolulu, March At l90U
NAME OF STOCK
C. Brftter & Compr.y. .
Ew Plintitlon Co. ....
H mo lUnt.itlon Co. .
Hwlln Agricultural Co
ntwiiun iom amiuo,
hUwallin 5ugir Co ..
Honornu Surir Co ...
Horokai Sugar Co...,.
Ha'ku Sugar Co ...
Kanumi Plantation (,o
KihH Plant Co..Lti.l
Kliahutu Sugar Co
Koto Sugar Co
Kona Sutar Co. at
" ' r-J up
Nahlku Sug Co. LtJ at
uiru sugar uo ,
Onoma Sugar Co. ....
Ookala Sugar Plan, Co
OIji SuCo.LU, viupj
Olowalu Corrrany ..
Paauhau Su, Plan. Co
Pacific Sugar Mill.. ..
Pala Plantation Co ..
Pcpfkeo Sugar Co . . .
WaUlua Agr. Co., a.
Walluku Sugar Co.. .
W aim anal o Sugar Co
Walmt Mill Co
WlMrStimhtB Co .
IntffllnJ Steam N.Co
Hawaiian Lltctrie Co
Hon. Swam LaunJry
ru & & -,-a m-ma-r v -tj -r- -r- v -n? -ra a --
W. & M., Ltd.
5 -Z? ii Vf -?3 ? & 1? -fU dl sti -fll i! V ,if -i"l; 1"
SEMI-ANNUAL REMNANT SALE
THIS WEEK, FEB. 25MARCH 2
Remnant Week never occurs but twice a year here.
Never make Remnant Week till we're ready then we do it
forcefully. As carefully as we do any other part of our business.
Measure up every remnant and dress length Silks to Calicoes,
Laces, Lawns, Batistes, Organdies, Cambrics, Ginghams, Sheetings,
Shirtings, Ribbons to Linings nothru but what's carefully meas
ured yards and price on each in plain figures so you can prac
tlcally wait on yourself
The 1900 year's business in this store amounted to many thous
ands more tnan In any year before. Hence, more remnants and as
to price, this Remnant Sale the first of the new century we pro
pose to make the greatest and most important ever seen in this city.
Pcoplt's let fit K't g Co
Flrit National Rink
FlrnA.S. Bank &T. Co
Hawaiian Gov. 5 ft r cent
H1I0K. R, Co. 6 percent
Hon. KapU Trtnsl!.. ..
Ewa Plantat'n 6 per cent
uahu H & LanJ Co. pre
Oahu Plantation 6 pc
Olaa Plantation Ape.
1 5 1,000
SALES-10 C. Ilrewer & Co., 4Mojv
15 Haw'n Sugar, I42.50; $co Haw'n Govt.
C, f ico 00; 20 Kwa, $28.00; 100 Ewa,
$28.co; uo Ewa. 528.00! 100 Ewa, J2S 00;
10 -iaw'n SuKjf, 542.50; )5 Ookala, 5t8.oo;
50 Olaa I'd, 51 5 oo;20.McHryde A.5S.37,
55 Klhcl A, 5toos; 100 Olaa Pd, 5l5.oo;
wOUalM. 5n.oo; 50 Olaa A, 5.75; 5
Haw'n Sugir, 542.53; 50 Olaa PJ. 515.00;
50 ulaa A; J4.7?.
1 hose who don't know how our sales are conducted will be vi
paid to come in this week.
WHITNEY & MARSH, LTD.,
1045 FORT ST.
: , , ,
me uunn sectional book-case
and the Famous Gunn Desks
Tlacfro Tw0 Car'oa,Is
iCMiS Just Received
Book Cases s
The Coyne Furniture Co.,
V. 0. 110X621. PROGRESS BLOCK. PHONE. 971
deceived Per Bktne. "WRBSTLBR"
A CARLOAD OF THE CELEBRATED
manufactured by the FRED. MACEY DESK CO., Grand Rapids.
Michigan, consisting ot
FLAT TOP. V
Chairs. Sectional Bookcases, Cabinets, Btc.
For Sale at SAN FRANCISCO PRICKS by
H. HACKFELD & CO., Ltd.
ExcIuhIvc DciilcrH, lluwiillon Territory
WILLARD U. RAOWN,
Halstead & Co;;
on Sugar Securities.
407 Fort Street,
Stock and Bond Exchaoge.
Arrived Feb. 23: Am. schr. Mary
DoJk, Olsen. lumber; thlrlv davj from
Uenattures-Peb. 2t: R. R. H nd. He 111
lncen, Port Townwnd.
r-eb. 21; Honoiru. Olen. Port Town-
l-tb. 25: Lurllne. bhaube. San Fran;
Expected Sclir. Honolulu, from New
schr. Melna Nelson. Irom ban Franc s-
S. S. Centennial, from Honolulu.
Departure sFeb. 27: Am. schr. O M.
KcIIorc. C. Iverson, master; )7J tons,
cleared far Maliukona for sugar. Am, bk.
Martha Davis, A McAlman, mister; 770
tons, cleared for San Francisco, with full
cargo of sugar and two passengers, F W
isoswortn anj wile.
Vessels In Port Schr. Jennie Wand. bk.
Annie Johnson and shlo Falls of Clyde.
Arrived Feb. 22: Bk. Annie Johnson,
A. P. Nelson, master; filteen days from
San Francisco. She broughr eight pa
sengers and a full cargo of general mer-
-$(ionsult WANTS in To-dav's Bulletin i:
Purser Beckley of the K'nau reportslthe
following sugar awaiting shipment onjthe
big Hand: WalakeJ. Occo; H. P. S.M.,
1,800; Walnaku, 1.500; Onomtj, 10,003;
Pereekeo. 11,000; Honornu. 8.142; Hakv
l.iu, 8,eoo; Luupahoehoe, 1,500; Ookala,
t.ooc; Kukalau, 4.cog; llamakua, 6,090;
Paauhau, 6,500; Honokaa, 6,000; Kukul
Ine.le, 1,000; Punaluu, 9,200, Honuapo,
7,000. r'tal 92,842. '
Fifth Annual Clearance Sale
COMMENCING MARCH 4th
FOR ONE WEEK.
We will offer 10,000 yards of Silks and Satins,
many at less than half price. Prices from
10 cents a yard up.
E. W. JORDAN'S,
NO. 10 FORT STREET.