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BVENINQ BULLBTIN. HONOLULU, H. T., THURSDAY, JUNE 6. 1901.
DON'l BUY YOUR FURNITURE ON
THE INSTALLMENT PLAN, .
BUT CALL AT THE
AND SAVE oy IT WILL PAY YOU TO
'"l BUY FOR CASH.
New Goods Received by Every Vessel
I.X L. Furniture Store
BERET ANIA ST., NEAR FORT.
f. 1 BO 315. S. W LEDERER,
, f We've another treat for you this week In new and
cleariable Wash Fabrics so good Indeed as to be out of the
ordinary. A large shipment of Fine Dimities and real
French Organdies the newest patterns, thought out since
the beginning of. the season. l
Also new and exclusive Ideas In Chiffon Veilings and
Ladies' Fancy Stocks and Ties.
Cper yard for New Dimities, 29 Inches wide, with
imitation lace Inset lion stripes. These goods are
very suitable for stylish shirt waists, 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
tancy stripes anu me new-
with black figures ;
REAL FRENCH ORGANDIES
per yard for real French Organdies imported all
the way from France by us. Thev are 33 inches
wide, and the paiterns are the Pnrisian ones.
Come and see something new and very handsome.
real French Organdy
bxqulsite cashmere pat-
v.inety for you to choose from.
per yard for another new,
that is 11 inches wide, bxcn
terns with a satin stripe running through.
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 poods 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. 'I hey are decidedly the mostdaitnty 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.,
SWELL HATS AND DRESSES
FOR JUNE Uth.
Very Latest In Novelties.
Hair Dressing, Manicuring,
Scalp Treatment and Sham
THE M. E. KILLEAN CO., LTD.
TheLight That NeverRiils
Another Large Shipment
of Angle Lamps.
"THE ANGLE LAMP"
THAT NEVER FAILS.
It stems almost IncnJ.tle that
ny lamp coulJ te gooJ enough 10
Uki the place of electricity on evn
terms, yet such Is the case lth the
angle lamp. All over the Islands
people are thrcwlns aay thrlrod
lamps and replacing them with this
lamp, not merely tccaj&e It costs
bout one-tenth as much to main
tain (cost Is no object to some pt-i-pte)
but, betlie b!ne Infinitely
cheaper, It Is more brilliant and
more reliable In the bargain Itl
revelation to every one who uses It,
and simply demvmtratcs that the
oldlashlond lamp was a barbar
ous contrivance. THE ANOLS LAMP
never smokes, smells or it Ives any
irouei. , iigntea ana riiincuisneo
as easily as eas. and Is the lia
(lent from tvery klandpolnt We
carry these lamps irom 91,80 up.
T. H. Davies & Co., Ltd.
r,E nT? F9,R, s,erlj Lubrlcatlns Olli. CLrlpliot, Allan Camsnt, Porttan4 Camant. Olant Powlar
nit.i i.bii uviiiiik, hkii. naievr biua v.'
t M1S d L
vm rw,vJ III
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The. Angle Uinp
,ALS0 OUtRA GOOD STOCK Of HAMONGL
New Home bewtnic Machines and Han-Amrlcin Hand
T1AI f-Rs, IM AoaiJturara r.l.nuiit. "-. ...... U..... C..11 it. -.4. n n r.
sleaii, Trunks. Vallsis, Mattings, Sales. Linoleums Powder and Caps, Gtneral Hardw.r and Plantation
71 1 1 A i IJJBSHftEV JfMU
ASPlf NDID TPNIC
Isjecommended to build up,
R CDnVulft.fetit -'(ni(thln tho
Weak and'OVer'iVOrlieri.anrt nrnriiire tmmrf
lMbe5hln8lie4asr "" ' i
FOR SALE EVERYWHERE
Grass Linens in AH Colors.
Sandal Wood Boxes. Pongee Silks
For Gentlemen's Suits and also In Hunter weights.
MERCHANT TAILOR, A lare variety of clpttis made up In the
1116 Nuuanu St.
His Miscroscope Fixed
Upon All Things
BAD POI DOES NOT
ELUDE HIS EAGLE EYE
Report of Work Done the Past
Month Proves Him to be
.a Busy Public
Professor Shorcy's leport to tho
Hoard of Health yesterday was nn ex
haustive and Interesting document. He
reported having found milk hclow the
standard from dairies as follows: I-o-pes,
Tanakl, n. Nnbrlgn, V. Souza. Tn
vares Nakatnnl, J. Silvn and Kawa
moto. Sixty-eight sampks of milk tested
proved to he up to standard.
Speaking of tho E. Market case, pros
ecuted In court, the report says:
In this cnee I recommend suspension
of sentence as tho original complaint
sworn to was faulty, nnd to provo tho
chnrgo It was necessary to bring Into
court a witness for whom it would havo
been a hardship to bo present. If guilty
of the otfenso again within six months,
tho defendant can bo fined for the first
otfenso and has no appeal.
The caso against M. Abrcu, who was
fined $50 In tho District Court In Janu
ary, 1900 was appealed to the Supremo
Court and a decision given during tho
month. The caso against tho defend
lint was discharged on account of a flaw
In tho complaint. There have been
during tho last two years twenty-six
cases tor milk adulteration brought be
fore tho District Court, In each of
which said flaw In tho complaint ex
Isted, so that the process of finding out
tho proper method, of proceduro
through the courts seems somewhat
Four samples of Jam havo been ex
nmlned which were made with genuine
fruit and cano sugar. One sample, of
currant Jam Alvarado Packing Com
pany, California, Bold by Shun Ling &
Co., King street was found to be made.
One sample of shredded cocoanut was
examined and found to contain no for
eign substance, except a small quan
tity of sugar.
Six samples of extract of vanilla were
oxamined and ono found to bo artifi
cial. Silver Medal Vanilla Compound,
Hoyt's Medlctno Company, New York,
bought from Wo Sing, Fort street,
mado from vanillin nnd coumarln, col
ored with caramel, contains no extract
of vanilla beans.
Two samples of canned roast chicken
on examination were tumid to contain
nothing suspicious. In this connection
It may bo said that young veal some
times finds Its way to tho market under
the name of chicken.
Partial analyses wero mado of tho
following brands of condensed milk:
Pearl, Sunnyslde, Eaglo Brand, Winner
nrnnd, Rose Drand, Milkmaid Drand,
Of these brands, Pearl, bought from
the Triangle store, Is, without question,
made from skimmed milk. Winner Is
it cheaper grade mado by tho same com
pany which manufactures the Eagle;
nnd Roso is a cheaper grado made by
tho same company as Milkmaid. These
aro mado cither from partially skim
med or an inferior grado of milk. Hose,
Milkmaid and Sunnysldo aro warranted
to bo made from unskimmed milk; tho
others from "puro milk,"
One sample of butter, sold at 35 cents
per pound, was found to bo genuine.
Ono sample of oleomargarine was
fognd to havo been sold properly label
led as required by law.
Ono Bample of "tinned butter" was
found to bo genuine butter; but tho enn
In which the butter was contained was
found to havo a false or raised bottom,
tfio bottom being raised half nn Inch
nhovo tho lower edge of tho can, so
that whllo tho can appeared to hold n
pound, In reality It held only eleven
and a hnlf ounces. At first glanco It
might appear that the term adultera
tion could hardly be applied to tho
container, but since, tho law says that
food shall be considered adulterated
"If by nny means It Is mado to appear
better or of greater valuo than It real
ly Is" (Act 34, Session Laws I8DS, Sec.
3b-C), I think tho term can bo rightly
applied to the caso of a container with
u 'raised or falsa bottom.
Tho butter In question was labelled
"Cold Brook Creamery Preserved But
ter, C. K. Whitney, Solo Agents, S. F."
This butter was found In tho Trlanglo
nnd Maklkl stores.
Two samples of Japancso fecr medi
cine wero examined. Ono contained
thalllno sulphate, already reported; tho
other, obtained In Honolulu, contained
benzanllldo, a harmless synthetic.
- Puce l.ntlonH Polnon,
My attention has recently been called
to the matter of face lotions containing
corrosive, sublimate; but so far I havo
been ablo to examlno only one of tho
many preparations of this kind on tho
Mrs. Harrison's Face Bleach, pre
pared by Mrs. Nettle Harrison, San
I Francisco, was found to contain nlno
grains of corrosive sublimate per fluid
ounce, Tho sale of such preparations
without a "poison" label is a matter, I
think, demanding some attention.
Brewery Grain and Cows.
I have had many Inquiries relative to
the possible Injury resulting from feed
ing dairy cows with "brewery grain."
I am at present Investigating the mat-!
ter, and can only say that my opinion
Is that when such grain Is fed under
conditions no Injurious results need bo
Many complaints hao been mado
during the month of "ropy" or "vis
cous" milk. This Is really a milk dis
ease nnd not the result of adulteration.
The cause of this disease has been thor
oughly studied in Europe by Lister,
Duclaux, Hueppe, Locftler and other
bacteriologists, and has been found to
be caused by n number of closely re
lated species of bacteria, which find
their waylnto tho milk In various
ways, preventing tho ordinary souring
of the milk and rendering It scous,
so that In some cases it can be drawn
out Into long threads. It Is generally
difficult to dctennlno the origin of this
disease In nny given case, but generally
Its presence may be taken ns an Indica
tion of n lack of cleanliness on tho part
of tho dairymen. Milk of this kind has
so far been traced to but two dairies.
I know of no case where milk of this
kind has been found to be actually In
With Pot Makers.
During the month I hrc visited five
pol shops other than those visited last
month and found similar conditions to
those reported then. White, no doubt,
the sanitary condition cf the Chinese
pol shops Is better than was the rule
In the past, I think tho grrattst fault
to be found with the pol mado In these,
places Is tho result of tlio uncleanly
conditions under which It Is made. Iu
some cases diseased taro was found,
and tho proprietors were warned to be
more careful In the future.
I havo at various limes hoard com
plaints that Chinese pol makers were In
the habit of adding something to tho
pol to Increase Its volume, hut I havo
examined many pol shops aud many
samples of pol without securing nny
evidence of this being the case.
I havo during tnc month spent six
days in court, mid, In consequence, all
of tho work planned for the month has
not been completed, thero being n large
number of samples on hand, of which
a partial examination only has been
CUBAN RADICALS WAX
WARM OVER CONVENTION
Acceptance of Piatt Amemdment Highly
Satisfactory to Business Interests
People Disposed to Accept
Result With Favor.
FINST0N WRITES HAPPILY
New York, May 29. A special to tho
Sun from Washington says: General
Funston writes from San Isldro, Lu
zon, the following letter to n personal
friend: "Prophecies mcile before elec
tion that tho reelection of McKlnley
would bo the death blow of this bandit
Insurrection aro being realized to nn
extent that no ono would hno ventur
ed to predict three months ago. The
Filipinos of all tho central nnd must
populous provinces of Luzon, Including
Manila, liac funned a political party
known as the I'artldo Federal, whose
platform Is peace, under American
"Tho nWcmcnt hns spread like a
prairie, fire through half a dozen prov
inces, and has completely changed the
attitude, of tho people from one of
timid acquiescence In the demands of
tho Insurgent chiefs to ono of open
friendliness for the Americans, and a
dcslro to acthely combat those still
In arms who have claimed to represent
the Filipino people."
New York, May 30. A dispatch to
tho Tribune from Havana says:
Acquiescence In the will of the ma
jority Is dominant, but the contention's
acceptance of the Piatt amendment has
been quickly followed by pleas for
harmony. The minority of the rabid
Radicals were bitter against the sup
porters of the amendment, but their
bitterness finds little popular support.
especially when It has been shown that
the majority of those who voted In the
afllrmatlve were of tho class of revo
lutionists who did some fighting.
General lacrct's bellicose telegram
about "death nnd Independence" Is
ridiculed, nnd he Is ndvlsed that It li
better to live and to make the most
possible out of life.
As nn offset to tho violent messages,
General Manduley, ono of the Santiago
delegates, who voted against tho
amendment, telegraphed to his con
stituents that tho country should re
spect the nctlon of the convention and
should strive for peace and good order.
Ho condemned agitation and an
nounced that ho should co-operate with
the majority In making an effective ac
ceptance of tho American conditions.
Others of the minority made similar
statements nnd protested ngnlnst ultra
radicals criticising the majority, when
tho control ersy had been mero differ
ence of opinion.
The Spanish press voices Its relief at
tho end of the uncertainty, but makes
little, further comment.
Mendez Capote, tho presiding ofllcer,
conferred with General Wood on tho
future work of the convention nnd was
told that tho American authorities
would like to have tho making of an
flection law expedited as rapidly ns
possible, since It Is tho policy of tho
Administration to encourage the enrly
formation of n Cuban Government.
Tho Committee on Phraseology,
which performed a similar work on
the Constitution proper, will review
the language of tho appendix, and Its
report will then he formally ratified
by tho convention and transmitted ta
Commercial circles express great sat
isfaction at tho outcome. Tho Mer
chants' Union, which includes the lend
ers In tho commerce In tho entire Isl
and, hns held a meeting and has taken
steps to urgo upon the delegates th
Importance of Intimate commercial re
lations with tho United States, follow
ing the termination of tho political uncertainty.
HAWAIIAN TOBACCO CO., Ltd.,
Corner Merchant nnd Nuuanu Stm.,
alsso HOTEL. ST.. opposite Bethel.
Office 'Phone, 390
Works 'Phone, 389
SaVe YOlIf Wife Many Steps by Install,!
A House Telephone from
Yon will never
part with it.
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 Go.
ROOMS 508, 509, 510 STANGI-NWALD BUILDING.
P. O. BOX 834, TEL. MAIN 70
All classes of KnRlnccrlnK Work solicited; examinations. Surveys and Re
ports mado for nny class of Waterworks, Steam nnd Electric Construction;
llan3 nnd Specltlcatlons and Estimates Prepared, and Construction Superin
tended, In nil hrnnchea of Engineering Work; Contracts solicited for nail
roads. Electric and Steam; Tunnels, Bridges, Ilulldlngs, Highway, Founda
tions, Piers, Wharves, etc.
Special attention ghen to Examinations, Valuations, nnd Reports of
Properties for investment purposes.
FREDERICK J. AMWEO. Sf. AXt. Soc. C. B.,'
Engineer and Manager.
W, R. CASTLE JR., Secretary and Treasurer.
FINANCE PEACB TREATY.
New York, May 30. reace hns heen
patched up between the Hill-Morgan
combination, according to tho World,
and tho Harrlman-Kiihn-Loeb syndi
cate In the strugglo for the control of
the Northern Pacific Road. Tho friend
liest feeling now exists, and nn agree
ment hns practically been reached
which will prevent nny renewal of the
Tho amlcahlo understanding was
brought about through tho friendly of
fices of Ocorgo Gould nnd William K.
Kacli side has ceased talking about
its respective holdings In Northern Pa
cific stock. It Is said that tho Union
Pacific Railroad owns over $9,000,000
In securities of the Northern Pacific.
James J. HIM. president of the Great
Northern, Is In the city. He has been
Iu cunfcrcnco with representatives of
tho Northern Pacific and Union Pnclflo
ever slnco his nrrlvnl. He refuses to
say nnythlng for publication, either In
regard to Northern Pacific affairs or
the conflict with tho Union Pacific Interests.
SAVE YOUR PHOTOS.
The process of binding pic
tures under glass is made so
simple by the introduction o.
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 yourelt.
rull stock in any shade.
MlnlHter to Persln.
Washington. May 23. Herbert W.
Ilowden of New York waB today ap
pointed envoy extraordinary nnd min
ister plenipotentiary to Persia. Mr.
Rowcn was Minister resident and Con
sul General at Teheran.
Throat Sore? There's no telling what
n sore throat will do If you glvo It
"right of way." Uncertain remedies of
ten canso dangerous delay. Mako a cure
suro with PAIN-KIU.ER, known for
half a century as n specific for sor.j
throat, croup, coughs, nnd nil kindred
troubles. Keep It by you for nn emer
gency. It never fulls. Avoid substitutes,
there Is btu ono Paln-Klller, Perry Da
vis. Price 25c. and COc.
The Bulletin, 75 cents per month.
Qood v li I k y
cannot ,bu MpolluU
by JfooU wutcr t s
U J Club"
Ih admittedly ono
of this most doll
cnto of WhlakloM,
y o t water dooH
not watth out lt
and iiromn, nut
on tho contrary
enhances thorn. A
Hljjh Bull Ih tho
The ever popular Rainier beer Is be
coming a household word and "will
you have a glf.es of Seattle," la mors
often heard than anything else. Tha
Criterion Saloon baa the beer on tap or
Open to the Public
MEALS AT ALL HOURS FROM 6:jo
A. M. TO 1 1 P. At. EUROPEAN PLAN.
a New Lot of . . .
Key West and
Beaver .Lunch Rooms.
H. J. NOLTE.
THE AMERICA "
(FODVtBLY THE tAOU)
OYSTER AND CHOP HOUSE.
OPEN NIGHT AND DAY.
Bltiv lungobbn, Proprlttor,
HOTEL STREET, ntir Nuuinu, nut door to Pail
Ryan's "fciKort' iSiI-ta
: the best In I " 2?JW1mM3M
seventy years J MwW'
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