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bvbnwo niLurrm, honololu, h. t., wednmday, junb t, 1101.
Riot at Iron Work.
London, May 22. A dispatch front
St. Petersburg dated May 21st aaysl
The strikers at Obuchoff Iron Works,
at Alexandrorskl, In this vicinity, had
a collision with tho authorities yester
day. Some 3500 rioters stoned the po
lice, Injuring twelve of them. The po
lice were reinforced by soldiers, who
flred'three volleys, killing two men and
wounding seven. One hundred and
twelve persons were arrested. t
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The Bulletin, 75 cents per month.
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We've another treat for you this week In new and
cleanable Wash Fabrics so good Indeed as to be out of the
ordinary. "A large shipment of Fine Dimities and real
French Organdies thenewest patterns, thought out since
the beginning of the season. nj
Alsoiqew and exclusive Ideas In Chiffon Veilings and
Ladies' Fancy Stocks andTles.
Cper yard for New Dimities, 29 inches wide, with
imitation lace insertion stripes. These goods are
very suitable for stylish shirtwaists, and come In
a great variety of beautiful summery colorings.
Cper yard for extra fine Dimities, 31 inches wide ;
black ground with white figures : white ground
with biacK tigures ; lancy stripes anu me new
REAL' FRENCH ORGANDIES
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Cper yara lor real rrcnui wrganuies mipuncu m
the way from France by us. Thev are 33 inches
wide, and tne patterns are tne mrisian ones.
Come and see something new and very handsome.
Cper yaru tor anoiiier new,tit,ii ricuui wi;miuy
that is 31 Inches wide. Exquisite cashmere pat
terns witn a satin stripe running tnrougn. a great
variety for you to choose from.
NEW CHIFFON VEILINGS
The last steamer brought us our new
Chiffon Veilings, and what a collection
we have of them a most elaborate
selection of these popular goods In
black and white :::::::
NEW STOCKS AND TIES FOR LADIES
It's a long time since we had anything we've been prouder to
show than these new Stocks and Ties in Wash Silks, Mull and
Grass Linen. 1 hey are decidedly the most daitnty and delicate
conceits we've seen for many a day, and the beauty of them
is they'll wash. Lavender, pink and blue border trimmings.
Wash Silks 75c each
Grass Linen 75c "
Mull...., 35c "
N. S. Sachs Dry Goods Co.,
SINK 1 810
WATER WORKS DEPARTMENT
IS ALMOST ANNIHILATED!
Prendergast Would Have But Three
Pilots-Action on Several Items
is Deferred for Further
Considerable work was done on the
salary bill yesterday by the House.
Several Items In the bill were refer
red to a special committee composed
of Prendergast, Dickey and Emmeluth.
Considerable time was spent over
tho pilots. Prendergast stated that
three pilots would be sufficient, as It
was only at times that the shipping
Aylctt said that nineteen ships had
entered tho harbor during tho last four
days. That was onlv an Instance of
how hard tho pilots had to work.
Emmcluth stated that the pilots had
earned over $90,000 for the govern
ment during the last year. To do away
with such a groat source ct Income was
After considerable talk, the motion
was defeated. Attempts to lower their
salaries also failed.
I The salaries which were. Inserted In
the bill yesterday were ns follows:
I Clerk In Water Works Dnrcnu. $3000;
First Assistant Clerk. SIS0O; Reservoir
Keepers, $2040; Plumber and Assistant,
$2640; Tap Inspector. $1800; Shipping
Tenders. $3000; Pay Roll of High Lift
Pump, $1000; Second Engineers, $6000;
Market Keeper, $1200; Assistant Mar
ket Keeper, $720; Superintendent of
Walluku and Kahiilul Water Works,
$1200; same of Hllo Water Works
,$1800; same of Laupahoehoo 'Water
Works, $40; same of Kolon Water
Works, $50; same of Lahalna Water
Pay Roll Government Buildings,
$4944; Keeper of Mausoleum and
Orounds, $780; Pay Roll of Fire De
partment for Honolulu, $72,280; Stew
ard. Watchman and Engineer for Hllo,
$800; four Pilots, $19,200.
ROYAL PARTY AT SMH
Uooncvlllo Mo May 29. The Lau
rlnc, a fourteen-ton freight boat plying.
between Iloonevllle and Rocheport, on
tho Missouri river, Is a complete wreck,
having been blown to atoms by explo
sives stored on board. Ilert Crlpc
(white) of Osceola, Mo., and Steve Wil
son (colored) of Oenlson, Texas, who
were employed on the boat and who
have been missing since the explosion,
are thought to have been kilted. Con
siderable damago to adjoining property
resulted from the explosion, which was
felt for miles. The lots Is heavy, but
cannot be given at present.
The steamer was the property of the
Rocheport Ferry and Packet Company,
and was about ready to leave for the
works, below town, when the accident
occurred. Captain Fred Farrls was In
charge. Ho and the otner employes.
with the two exceptions noted, escaped.
Tho Lnurlno was propelled by a gaso
line engine and when a match was ap
plied to tho generator the gasollno ex
ploded. The captain and employes of
the boat Immediately vacated. The fire
spread rapidly to the supply tanks.
filled with gasoline, and a second ex
In the rear end of the vessel was
stored 2100 tons of dynamite, about 100
kegs of powder, eight cases of fuso and
1.000 detonating caps. When all this
exploded tho "taurine was' blown to
atoms and many thousands of dollars
of property In the city was destroyed.
The ferry-boat Joseph I. Stephens,
lying B00"ynrds above the scene of tho
disaster, was badly damaged, the wood
work of the upper deck and pilot-house
being torn Into kindling wood. All
escaped from the ferry. The damage
to the ferry Is cstlmat'd at $1,500.
Three residences belonging to .lps.
Sherrcr. Mrs. Sally II. Johnson and
Charles Dunkls about 600 yards from
the disaster were wrecked, at a loss of
several hundred dollars. Fifteen plate-
glass windows In business houses on
Main street, a half-mllo away, were
broken, and nearly all of tho windows
and glass doors for a njlle surrounding
the accident were smashed by the con
SWELL HATS AND DRESSES
FOR JUNE 11th.
Very Latest In Novelties.
Hair Dressing. Manicuring,
Scalp Treatment and Sham
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s fctexK irfJrJ III
The Angle LAmp
lALS0 CARINA GOOD STOCK OF, IMMUNOL.
Another Large Shipment
1 01 Angle Lamps.
"THE ANGLE LAMP"
. THAT NEVER FAILS.
It tm alBott IncriJtUt that
any lanp couU t Rood enough to
laku the place ol electricity on evn
terms, yet auch It the case lth the
an a lb lamp. All over the Islandi
people are ihrowlaa
lamp and replacing them with this
lamp, not merely Dccaute ft coeti
about one-tenth at much to main
tain (cost li no object to tome p
pie) but, beIJ bilnr; Infinitely
cheaper, It li more brilliant and
more rellabte lathe targaln It la a
revelation to every one whouMilt,
and aim ply demonstrates that the
old'faihlontd lamp was a barbar
ous contrivance. THB ANOLB LAMP
never smokes, smells or elves any
trouble It lighted and extinguished
at easily at cas, and It the Idea
light (n m every standpoint. We
carry these lamps from Si ,80 up.
T. H. Davies & Co., Ltd.
Sydney, N. 8. W.. May 27.-The Brit
Ish steamer Ophlr, having on board the
Duke and Duchess cf Cornwall and
York, arrived here at It o'clock this
morning. She was joined outside the
harbor by a squadron of seven Govern
ment vessels, conveying the Premier,
Sir William I.yne, the Ministers and
Federal officials. As tho squadron en
tered tho roadstcd, the Ophlr leading,
the Russian cruiser Gromoboy, from
the Athol light anchorage, fired a royal
salute. Tho Ilrltlsh cruisers responded
hoisting the Russian Mug. The harbor
was crowded with shipping and excur
Manila, Ma 28. The Philippine
Commission has begun the discussion
of the bill to reorganize the courts.
Concerning the criticisms of the non
nppolntraent of native judges, Ide said
the Commission, followed its Instruc
tions to the effect that other things
being equal, Filipinos should recclvo
tho appointments; but the Filipinos
had proved lncompete.it from the out
set Nntlvo speakers welcomed the
Anglo-Saxon judicial procedure. All
the Important American judges wcro
averse to the provisions making Span
ish tho language to bo used In tho
mrs. Mckinley stands
the trip very well
President Pleased With Result in
Cuba-Old Friends Turn Out to
Greet Returning Presiden
Fort Wayne, Ind.. May 29. Tho
Presidential train reached here at 8
a in. today. .Mrs. McKlnley had a
comfortable night and is looking tor
ward with pleasure to seeing her rela
tives at Canton this afternoon.
The President and the members of
tho Cabinet are much gratified at the
action of the Constitutional Convention
In accepting the Piatt amendment.
Cuba's acceptance of our terms, how
ever, will not change her status for the
present. She must hold an election and
establish a Government, and Congress
will ccntually be allowed to take the
final action which will release her from
the military control of the United
A stop of five minutes was made at
Fort Wayne, and the President shook
hands with several hundred people.
Van Wert, Ohio, was scheduled as the
Ada. Ohio, May 29. There were big
crowds at all the stations after the
Presidential train crossed the line Into
Ohio. At Lima. Ohio, several thousand
people thronged the depot. The train
stopped only three minutes, but in that
tlmo the President greeted n number of
his old friends and shook hands with
many of the school children, who had
been given a holiday In his honor.
Upper Sandusky, Ohio, May 29. Sec
retary Cortclyou this morning Issued
the following official statement con
cerning Mrs. McKtnley's condition:
"Dr. Rixey reports that Mrs. McKln
ley continues to Improve and had a
CUBANS tWT THE
.AT THB i
HAWAIIAN TOBACCO CO., Ltd.,
Corner Merchant unci Nuunnu St.,
ttlMO HOTEL, ST.. oppowlto Botha)!.
cd for a week. Judge Arenctto sug
gested an amendment to tho effect that
American judges must speak Spanish.
was crowuea wim snipping anu excur- " muiKu i" " uu " mo
slon craft, nnd tho shores wero lined courts for a period of five years, but
with thousands of spectators. The sun .the Commission desires to nvold lncon
shone Intermittently. When tho Ophlr Ivenlenco to tho lawyers. Tho discus
came to anchor she was boarded by tho slon of tho court bill has been adjourn
Governor General, the Earl of Hope
toun. Governor General of the Com
monwealth; Sir Frederick Darlcy,
Lieutenant Governor of New South
Wales, and the Russian Admiral.
Tho Duko and Duchess landed nt 2
o'clock and wero greeted by enthusi
astic crowds. The decorations were
magnll'cent, and a brilliant military es
cort awaited tho landing of the Dukt
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New York, May 25. James R
Keeno's Conroy, the first 3-year-old to
win tho Brooklyn Handicap, came
homo a winner over tho Gravesend race
track with the Juicy odds of 4 to 1
against it. Herbert finished second,
with Standing In third position. Tho
favorite, Uanlstar, was back In tho
ruck, unable to get up to his speed In
tho heavy going.
From early morning, It ihad been
raining, with clearing spells which
promised fair weather by tho time tho
great race was run. In spite of tho
threatening weather, there was a large
crowd at the track. Fully 15,000 people,
watched tho strugglo In the rain. At
4:15 o'clock, when the bugle called the
handicapped horses to the post, tho
track was like, a quagmire, nanlstar
was a sustained favorite all the time.
with Conroy Installed In the second
place, nnd Standing and Herbert well
back, Tho contestants wcro applauded
when they came from tho stables.
Dnnlstar In tho lead. Five times did
tho stnrter try .to get them away, and
ns many times did thoy decline to get
off In good order. Tho sixth time,
however, the horses got oft to an even
Ssl -1 tail ) ---.. UHi '
" If you don't wiut uhiilcey to get the best of you, you mutt get
the belt of wbUkey."
" 1 do lady, but when a fellou's only got a nickel he can't buy
W. C. Peacock & Co., Ltd,, ZZt..
Office 'Phone, 390.
Works 'Phone, 389
Save YOUr Wife Many Steps by Installing
A House Telephone fron
Emperor Led Troops
Derlln. Jlay 29. Emperor William
at tho annual review today of the bri
gade, of guards pn tho Tcmpelhof Held,
put the troops through a series of
movements. Then at the head of the
color company he led the brigade
through tho city. His Majesty was ac
companied by a brlllant entourage In
cluding General Rennet and other
French officers here. Subsequently tho
Emperor lunched with the officers.
Flowers In the Sea.
Santa Crui, Col.. May 25. On Dec
oration Day flowers will bo thrown In
tho bay her to honor the memory of
tho soldiers and sailors who perished
during tho Civil War. This ceremony
has never been performed before, and It
It believed that It will bo Imitated at
Washington May 29. Secretary Root
has received a cablegram from General
Wood at Havana briefly confirming
tho press report of tho adoption of the
report 'of the Committee on Relations
with tho United States, accepting In
behalf of the contention the terms of
the Flatt amendment. It is understood
that, without undertaking materially
to change the langungo of the Piatt
amendment, the contention by the ad
dition of reports of Interviews with
Secretary Root and otherwise, has
placed upon tho amendment Itself a
construction that will, require tery
Secretary Root liac been In dally
communication by cable with General
Wood and Is acquainted with tho pro
ceedings of the delegates and the ne
gotiations which led up to yesterday'!
General Wood. In turn, has acquaint
ed the constitutional delegates with the'
Secretary's vlens In answer to their ef
forts to placo a construction upon the
Flatt amendment. Hcnco the weight
of opinion Inclines to tho belief that,
even as It stands, the convention's ac
tion yesterday will not bo disapproved
from Washington. It U suggested by
the officials that there, Is no occasion at
present for the Washington Govern
ment to take action upon this matter
either by accepting or rejecting the
I Yob will never
part with it.
In tho l'ollco Court )csterday, Frank
Fisher was sentenced to sixty days' Im
prisonment at hard labor on tho chargu
of assault and battery on a woman
known as Emma Claudlnc. It enmo out
In tho evidence, that the defendant be
coming Intoxicated Saturday night,
went to the home of tho woman In Iwl-
let and, fulling to gain admission, broke
In the door and then rtruck tho plain.
tiff In tho face. Some soldiers who
happened to bo In the vicinity nt tho
time, responded to tho cries of tho wo
man and beat Fisher's face into an un
Grass Linens in All Colors.
Sandal Wood Boxes. Pongee Sllke
For Gentlemen's Suits and also In lighter weights.
IY1BRCHANT TAILOR, A large variety of cloths made up In the
1SXX, 1116 Nuuanu St.
PROBING MANILA FRAUD.
Manila, May 29, Commissary Ser
geant 'Henry Wilson has been sen
tenced to three years' Imprisonment In
Blllbld Prison for stealing supplies,
Tho trial of Harold II. l'ltt, munager
of Evans & Co,, charged with Improper.
ly purchasing Government stores, has
Tho courtmnrtlal of Lieutenant Rich
ard H. Tonnley for alleged participa
tion in tho commissary frauds nt Ma
nila began at Cavlte today.
W. W. Hall was among tho Klnau
passengers bound for Hllo to nttend
,tho Hawaiian Evangelical Association
Rheumatism has been cured In n
multitude of rases during the paRt slx'y
years by l'AIN-KIM.ER. This potent
remedy rubbed vigorously In nnd
nround the suffering parts, will relieve
all stiffness, rcduco tho swelling, and
kill all pain. Tho most stubborn'cnseH
yield to this treatment when persevere 1
In. Avoid substitutes, merg is mil nr.a
Paln-Klller, Terry Davis', 25c ani COc.
Tho use of tho Singer In millions of
homes shows tho unprecedented suc
cess of theso Ideal sewing machines.
It Is convincing proof that tho Singer
excels In all kinds of family sewing
and art needle work. All our sewing
machines aro of tho best construction,
beautifully decorated, and aro mounted
on selected woods In finely finished
cabinets of artistic design. 11. Her
gcrsen, agent, 16H Ilothel street, P. O.
Upstairs to Kitchen,
House to Servants' Quarters;
House to Stable, Etc.
We will install two 'phones complete under a guarantee at a price- -well,
you cannot afford to be without them.
The Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.,
Hawaiian Engineering and Construction Co;
ROOMS 508, 509,
P. O. BOX 834.
510 STANGENWALD BUILDING.
TEL. MAIN 70
All classes of Engineering Work solicited; Examinations, Suneyo and Re
Iiorts made for any class of Waterworks, Steam and Electric Construction;
Plans and Specifications nnd Estimates Prepared, and Construction Superin
tended, In all brandies of Engineering Work; Contracts solicited for Rail-.,
roadH, Electric and Steam; Tunnels, Bridges, Ilulldtngs, Hlghwnys, Founds
tlons Pers, Wharves, etc. 0
Special attention given to Examinations, Valuations, and Reports of
Properties for Investment purposes.
FREDERICK J. AMWEO, M. AM. Soc. C. B.,
Engineer and Manager.
W. R. CASTLE JR.. CocrotAry nnd Treasurer.
Spanish War Clalmn.
Washington, May 29. Fifteen claims
were filed today with the Spanish
Claims Commission on behalf of the
survivors of tho Maine disaster nnd
tho families of tho victims. The ag-
giegato of damages asked Is $270,000,
the sum tor Injuries to each of three
survivors being placed at 110,000, and
that for each of twelve families of
those who perished at $20,000.
MIIc'h Secretary Dead.
Washington,. Mny 23. Lieutenant
Colonel Francis Mlchler, military sec
retary to Lieutenant General Miles,
died nt his residence In this city at an
early hour today. Ho was n graduate
of West Point, being appointed from
Pennsylvania In ItCO.
Cape Town, Mny 29. Two hundred
Boers liavo surrendered ut Palachwc,
llcchuanaland, and forty-two wagon-
loads of men, women and children Uao
surrendered at Fort Tull, Rhodesia,
SAYE YOUR PHOTOS.
The process of bindine pic
tures under glass is made so
simple by the' introduction of
the Gummed Binding Paper
that anyone can do it
It will afford a pleasant even
ing's occupation and save your
photos from ruin, to get what
you require at KING BROS,
and do the work your elt.
Full stock in any shade.
HENRY ST. GOA.
EDWARD POLUTI .
Members Stock and Bond Exektng.
AND DEALERS IN
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REM ESTATE AND
W. H. THONE. Proprietor.
402 JUDD BUILDING
Stock and Bond Broker
Mrator ol Hawilki Stock tickugo.
Molnerny Block, Fort Street.
A. J. OAMPBRLL,
rUouk and Bond Brokoi
Muiotc ol too Hooolalo Slock Riootfo.
Offlee Quean atroel, oppoojlfi TJnloi
The ever popular Rainier beer li be
coming a household word and "will
you baTe n glf.os of Beattle," la mora
often heard than anything else. The
Criterion Saloon ha the beer on Up or
Open to tfie Public
MEALS AT ALL HOURS FROM 6:10
A. M.TO II P. M. EUROPEAN PLAN.
a New Lot of . . ,-
Key West and
Beaver Lunch Rooms.
R. J. NOLTE.
(Fomimr ihb tAOit)
OYSTER AND CHOP HOUSE.
OPEN NIGHT AND DAY,
biiiy lUNoauiN, Proprlotor,
HOTEL STREET, nur Nuu.nu, ntit door lo PoMy
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