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H. T FRIDAY, HAT 3, 1M1. BVKNINQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU,
HAWAIIAN TOBACCO CO., Ltd.,
Corner Merchant nnd Nuunnu Stm.,
Sachs' Store News
IN CUBA'S DEALINGS
IN EXPORTS TO ISLANDS
WITH UNITED STATES!
iiIho MOTEL, ST., oppowlto Bothcl.
M OF MSI W
Little Prices !
To-day we advertise a list df everything that women
want nearly every day in the year. We just mention
them briefly. No long winded descriptions could make
them any better than they are the best for the price
quality considered, that can be bought anywhere in the city.
Vary neat, natty and atyllih.
Jutt tht thine tor LaJl.a'
bklrti. They are 4 Incnei
$1.00 per yard
New Cotton Flannelettes
In a (treat varl.ty of itrlfei
anl plaids. Very suitable tor
costumes jo Inches wide.
8 yards $1.00
White Cotton Dress Goods
with optn lace ttrlpci. Thy
Kratl v r? rmblt fine muslins.
t? Inches I it
15 yards $1.00
New Spring Lace Curtains
D' IRLANDE, ARABIAN NET.
It may seem like an oft-repeateJ tale to tell you that our Cur
tiln assortments are greater than ever, but that's the truth None
of the choice things have escape J us. Come and see the almost be
wildering maze of wlzirJ weaves gathered here lor your choosing.
$1.25 to $15 per pair.
N. S. Sachs Dry Goods Co.,
SHREVE & CO.,
"To facilitate trade wlth'the Hawaiian Islands, will deliver all goods 'erding with February, 1001 nmounted
purchased or ordered of them, free of all charges for transportation to.'0 $2000,586. as against $21,093,590 in
Honolulu, or returning same to San Francisco. Goods will be sentonJfKVoaiitoiM
select'.jn to those known to the firm, or who will furnish satisfactory in lsos. and $8,953,625 for a like period
references In San Francisco. i" tho nscai year isos.
Jewelers, Gold and Silverware Manufacturers,
Mnrkct & Post
Illustrated CATALOGUE and prices furnished upon receipt of request. We have i
the largest manufactory of Jewelry and Silverware west of New Yoik City, and are .
prepared to furnish special design.
'JlSOjCARfy CO0D SIOCKOF HANCINO..
, AGENTS FOX Sterling Lubrlcallnr Oils. ritrrhoi, Alun Ctminl, Portlanl Ctmtnt, dlanl Powtr
Ci . Dlcki Ualala U.lllng, Rocha Harbor Lima O Nt lluma Stwlng Machine! anl Pan-Anwlcan HanJ
DhAULRi IN Acalewart, Glasswart. Crky, Harnest. SajJIti anl Ltathan, Ruk. Brata Del
itcada, Trunks, Valltif, MattlnKf, Safes, Linoleums PowJerarl Caps, General Harlwar. anl Plantation
aVi 2.11 HaHR&i24fw. aVaaav
gfSthe'convalc'sccirt, strengthen the
FOR SALE EVERYWHERE
Grass Linens in All Colors.
6antlal Wood Boxes. Pongee Silks
For Gentlemen's Suits and also In lighter weights.
MERCHANT TAILOR, A large variety of cloths made up In the
GOO Kim, 1110 Nuuanu St.
fllactc drop-stltch stockings.
HermsJort s de, RUatranttei
fast. Selling this Meek Ji.oo
per Joien pairs or
20c per pair
White drop-Mitch stockings
ot tood quality, belling this
week at $. per doien pairs or
20c per pair
Marseilles and Honey Comb
patterns. Three quaiter and
$1.50 to $10.00
StH., 8. H.
Another Laree Shipment
of Angle Lamps.
"THE ANQLE LAMP"
THAT NEVER FAILS.
It fttemi almost tncrtilMt that
any lamp cout J be good enough o
tak- the place of electricity on even
Urmt. vet such It the case with the
Anoib lamp. All over thalilanJs
people are thro win e a way their o 4
lamp anj replacing them with tbti
lamp, not merely because It coats
about onetenth as much to main
tain (cost la no object to tone t
pit) but, bal4 bilng Infinitely
cneiper. h is more pniiuni
(lpcr. u IS Bior. piiiiiani a4
more reliable In the Largaln It Is a
oldfah)ontJ lamp was a barbar -
tmuble is lighiei anl exiintuishei
carry tnese lamps rrom i. so up.
T. H. Davics & Co., Ltd.
Is. recommended to build no?
Figures for Hawaii tannot be Obtained
-Increase to Cuba Porto Rico
and Philippines Reaches
Washington. D. C, April 9. Exports
from the United States to Porto lltco
nnd the Philippines continue to grow.
To Cuba thero Is no perceptible In
crease in 1901 compared with 1900. To
Hawaii the exports nro no longer re
corded because of the refusal of ox
porters to continue their stntcmcqU
since the annexation of Hawaii and Its
establishment as a customs district ot
tho United States. The latest figures
of the Treasury llureau of Statistics
show that the exports ftom tho United
Estates to Porto Rico In the eight
months ending with February. 1901,
were $4,295,953, against J2.210.721 In the
corresponding months of tho preceding
fiscal year, fl.326.CG3 In tho correspond
ing period ending with February, 1S99,
and $1,200,067 In tho corresponding pe
riod ending with February, 1S98. To
tho Philippines our exports In tho clgh
months ending with February. '1901
were 12,767,881, against $1,701,403 lit
the corresponding period of the pro (
ceding fiscal year, $117,021 In tho same
period of tho fiscal year 1S99, and $69.
235 In the same period ending with
To Cuba our exports for the eight
months ending with February of tho
present year were $17,236,752, ngnlntt
$17,172,472 In the corresponding period
of the preceding year, $10,142,949 In tho
eight months ending with February,
1899. and $7,689,323 In tho same period
ending with February, 1898.
To the Hawaiian Islands tho exports
cannot, as already Indicated, ho meas
ured for tho present fiscal year but
thero Is every reason to believe that
the are Increasing ns nro thoso to
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rorto Rico and tho Philippines. In theJJ'"'"nn rel on misapprehension.
elRht months ending with February,
1900, they Increased 50 per cent over
tho corresponding period of tho preced.
Ing flscnl year, and now that commerce
between tho Islands and the United
States Is absolutely untestrlcted It Is
not unreasonable to assume that tho
figures have materially Increased. The
total exports to Cuba. Porto Rico and
tho PhtllnnlnpR In the rlcht months
Could tho figures of our exports to
Hawaii In the present fiscal year be In
cluded It Is probable that tho total ex
ports from tho United States to the
'our Islands or groups of Islands would
amount to $30,0000,000 In tho eight
months under consideration, agnlnst
$30,000,000 In tho corcrspondlng months
of the nscnl year 1900, $17,000,000 for
th0 Bame ncrl0(1 of 189!)- mmoo.ooo for
$10,000,000 for the samo period of tho
flscnl year 1896. Thus tho exports to
theso Islands have trebled since Feb
ruary, 1S9S, hnvo doubled since, isua
and have Increased 23 per cent In tho
past year: though to Cuba there has
been In tho past year 'no material In-
Cuba's Importers sem I?s favornlily
disposed towards the markets of tha
United States at tho latest accounts
than In the nrecedlne year. Tho latest
. - ---... -
report of the Insular Donrd of tho war
Department, which Is In charco of the
. Cuban statistics. COVCfS tho nlnfl
I months ending with September. 10Q0.
, tn that period CubVs Imports were
IB3.108.702. nnd of thai sum $24,323,
639, or 40 per cent cmo from tho Unit
cd States, nnd $21,359,239 from Europe;
while In tho correnpondlnR months of
tho precedlnK year Cuba's total Import
were $3t,C30,747, of which $28,094,030.
or 5 per cent came from tho United
EtatcB, nnd $19,481,060 from Europe
The following table shows tho ex
ports from tho United States to Cuba,
I'orto lllco nnd tho Thlllpplno Islands
In tho elsht months endlnR with Teb
ruary In each year from 1896 to 1901:
Eight menlhs Faporls from ft rnltel ittes to
Febiuary Jollars lolla-s Jnllars
ilS90 r..423,189 1,454.417 82.833
1897 C.491,777 1,309,297 89,011
1898 7,089,323 1,200.067 09.235
1899 10,112.919 1.326,063 117,021
J900 17,172,172 J.219,721 1,701.403
1901 17,236,752 4,2U3,933 2,767.881
J. A. nnECKONS.
main? LUH imi,iiihh.u iniiMini.
Clnrili In Expected.
Ilorlln, April 25. Tho Lokal
Anzelgcr's correspondent cabling from
Cheng Ting, near Pao-tlne-fu, says:
"Tho German and Frinch expedition
Is approaching tho front of tho Chi
nese nrmy, which Is nppaiently 23,000
strong, und well Intrenched In their
positions. Tho flcrmans marched over
difficult mountnln passes to tho gnto
of tho great wall nt Nleug Twl Kan
The enemy appears Indisposed to offer
reslstanco nnd Its retreat behind the
great wall Is expected."
r until uv
Or. Pierce's lilec
Away wlthDruRSl lnes
tlKite. Sen! lor "Uouk
let tto. " AJJress
- l'liiwci' ;li:cidh; co..
'A" 630 Mrkt St., S. I'. -
President Schumann Reviews Situa
tion and Influences Bearing
on Piatt Amendment.
Ithaca, N. V. April 23. Presi
dent J. G. Schurmann spoko last night
before tho students of Cornell Uni
versity In Library Hall on tho Cuban
situation. Ills recent return from tho
Island, whero he spent two weeks, en
abled him to make tho subject ono of
particular. Interest. After a review of
the general condition of the people,
ho touched directly upon the live ques
tion of the Cuban opposition to tho
Piatt amendment. Ho said In part:
"It Is tho revolutionary army and
Its supporters who nro represented in
tho constitutional convention. That
body Is more radical than tho Cuban
pcoplo as a whole. If It hesitates to
adopt tho Piatt amendment, tho pco
plo who own property on tho Island
would not. Thoy feel that tho Piatt
amendment Is Indispensable to tho
pen co and protection of the Island and
tho prosperity of Its people. Still I
think that great consideration should
lie shown for the men who won Cuban
independence nntl, after nil. tho con.
"tltutlonnl convention Is tho only or
ganized body authorized to express
Cuban sentiment and opinion. I had
tho honor week before last of confer
ring with two large delegations from
tho tonvcntlon, in which were In
cluded nil of tho members of tho com
mittee now at Washington. Their
complaint was three-fold, first they
objected to tho manner In which tho
Piatt amendment wa forced upon
them! second, tlicv criticized it ns a
llmltntlon of the sovereign rights of
Cuba; thirdly, they deprecated tho
omission of a clausi providing for.
freer commercial relations between
Cuba and tho United States. The
first oblectlon, which Is a matter of
form rather than of substnncc. Is now
Irremediable nnd wo need not discuss
Its merits. I believe tho second oil
whlrh President MrKlnlev will In nil
probability be nblo to removo In n
eonferenco with tho committee, for
tho Plntt amendment, whlln contlnu-
InK tho historical po'lcv of thr United
States toward Cuba, may bo fnlrly de
scribed ns a guarantee of tho Inde
pendence of Cnba nnd the formulation
of tho means necessary to protect
It both agnlntt forelfm Invasion and
domestic disorder. Tho third nh
lectlon will. In tnv Judgment, nrovo
the hardest to overcome.
lint tho convention Is not In a wav
of success when they propose n lower
duty on sunnr ns a nuld pro quo for
their acreptanco of tho Plntt amend
ment, which Is qultn as advantageous
to Cuba as to the United Stntes. Let
them, on tho contrary, ncecnt tho
Plntt amendment, which, In substance.
Is Imllspcnsnblo to Cuba ns It Is ex
pedient for tho United Stntes nnd
then let them nppea' tho (Treat
heart of tho AmCnCnn Vieoplo to fur
nish n mnrkct, with proper protection
for homo Industries, to tho exports
of their nelRhborlnR sister republic,
which hns suffered untold ngonlcs In
Its strtiKglcs for freedom nnd whoso
prosperltv Is bound up with tho pros
perity of tho United Stntes, and I
believe they will win their case.
"Tho Cuban problem Is nt tho bot
tom an economic and a flnanclnl one.
And tho United States has tho con
trol of It In Its hnnds. Tliore nro two
measures bv tho enactment of which
ConRrcss mlRht win tho heart of Culm.
One Is tho reduction of tho duty on
sugar. The other Is a lonn at n low
rnto of Interest of somo $13,000,000
for tho payment of soldiers honorably
illschnrRcd from tho Cubnn nrmles.
Would not both In tho long run bo In
vestments for us?
"Neither In Cuba nor In tho United
Plntes do tho people deslro nnnoxa
tlon nt present. T.et us aid tho Cu
bans to set up their own republic.
With tho establishment of a republic
under tho guarantees of tho Piatt
amendment, with a consequent Influx
of rnpltnl which Is now Rroatly need
ed, nnd with n mnrket for sugar In
tho United Stntes, thn Island ot Cuba
would become ono of tho richest nnd
happiest communities In tho world."
RU68IA ACTIVE AGAIN.
London, April 23. According to a
dispatch from St. PetersburR to tho
Pally Mall, official Information has
been received that renewed military
uctlvlly Is beRlnnlne In Manchuria.
Chinese troops nro strongly Intrenched
at three points near Moukden. They
aro armed with good Mauser rlllcs and
have thirty Krupp Runs. To tho east
ward ot Moukden thero aru 12,000 men
under tho chief Iloxcr, General Lutnnt.
To the northwest, near Kulo, thero are
0000 Chinese under tho former Gover
nor of Moukden. To the enstward, In
Mongolia and near tho In-Shnn moun
tain, thero aro 9000 moro under the
Chinese General Schu.
Tho use o( tho Singer in millions ot
homes shows tho unprecedented suc
cess of these Ideal sowing machines.
It Is convincing proof thnt tho Singer
excels In nil kinds of family sowing
and art necdlo work. All our sowing
machines nro of tho best construction,
beautifully decorated, and nro mounted
on selected woods In finely finished
cabinets of artistic design. , Her
gciscn, agent, lGVii Bethel stieet, 1'. O,
Poi 1C5. '
Talk of a Kuropcan alliance ngulnst
tho United States Is laughed ut bv
Office 'Phone, 390
Save YOlir Wife Many Steps by Installing
A House Telephone from
You will never
part with it.
We will Install two 'phones complete under a j; laranlee at a price well,
you cannot afford to be without them.
The Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.,
F'il ' ' '
1 -gz MR
1 nitil 1 1 it
"If you don't uaut whiskey to
the bst of whiskey."
"I do lady, but when a fellow's
W. C. Peacock &
From April 1st
to April 30th
W. H. THONE, Proprietor.
Driiu . 1st ik . oj in'. ia ts i
i uo . ut, fiu , uu, piu , oiu, yv.
Open 'to the Public
MEALS AT ALL HOURS FROM 6:30
A. M. TO 1 1 P. At. EUROPEAN PLAN.
a New Lot of . . .
Key West and
Beaver Lunch Kooms
H. .1. NOLTE
(rORRCLY TUB EAOIE)
OYSTIiK AND CHOP MOUSE.
OPEN NIGHT AND DAY.
nilir LUNCGRet Prorrletor.
HOTEL STREET, near Nmianu, nasi Joor la Vllly
Ryan's-"Lncote" 1818- m
Art Embroidery Taught.
Ussons In ART EMnitOIDEKY will
ue given by Mrs. II. II. Williams at thr
City Furniture Store, Fort street
?Irat Class stamping dons.
MRS. H. U. WIL1 JAMit
Honolulu Iron Workt.
Improved and nodern HUOAK Ma
OlHNEItY of every capacity and rtt
scrlption rnndn to order. Holler wort
and 1UVKTKI) PIPES for Irrlg&tloi
purposes a specialty. Particular atton
tlon paid to JOll WORK, and r.nM
executed nt iborteit notira
.ffl vfflrt .
Works 'Phone, 389,
Upstairs to Kitchen,
House to Servants' Quarters,
House to Stable, Etc.
get the best of you, you must get
only got a nickel he can't buy
Co., Ltd',, ;,..
W. C. ACHI & CO.
Brokers & Dealers
REAL JST ATE
tW We will Hoy or bei item r slate Id
a11 puts of tha gioap,
OT We will 8ellPioieitleaonlliKiB
1FFICE. 10 VEST KIHO STHEET
Real Estate Broker
223 MERCHANT ST.
Property In town and suburbs
and HOUSES TO LET.
T. R. MOSSMAN
Real Estate Agent
Searcher ot Title
FRED J. CROSS,
CnnmiltlnK nd Hurortntondlnc
Hloctro-ilydmullc Power TnuihmliodoD
KKPORT8 AND 13TIMATIM
With Catton-Noll Uo Queen itreot.
OtQoe noil to Poi.:noo. 1SJI
A. Harrison Mill Co.-
tSTIHATtS f UBMSHtl) ON All klMlS OF
Brick and Stone Work
Manufacturers of Doors, Sashes and
Frames, Bllrds, Mouldings, Brackets, and
All Kinds of Wood Work. Hlnlsh Turning
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