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EVENING F.LLLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., WEDNESDAY. JUNE 26. 1901.
The ever popular Rainier beer li be
coming a household word and "will
you have a glus of Seattle," ii mora
often beard than anything else. The
Criterion Saloon ha the beer on Up c
The weekly edition of the Evening
Bulletin gives a complete aummary of
the newi of the day.
A Special Sale
A large variety of choice Undergarments selling away
below what you've been accustomed to paying.
Night Gowns, Drawers, Petticoats, etc)", shaped and trim
med as they should be to meet the approval of fastidious
Our reason for reducing prices we are overstocked.
We must reduce even on the finer qualities which our facil
ities for buying enable us to secure at the same prices that
others pay for the inferior grades.
Here's a small part of the bargains the biggest and best
HOW METHODIST PASTOR
NIGHT QOWNS WOMEN'S DRAWERS.
i i rm tint camtrle, rojndyckeof ' . mm " ,. ,
li. SiWn lact and emwlitry, trim- T VsP Cotton wltti Iwo datura M
Al ftflL meJolhlace. Tlx ie(ular Al tjtjv ,uck' Fo-mtily tod at joe
" V,W jrCtwij, j0,
i i nm flni cambric. hmiltcte4 i . ip
A 4 tXZn luckej vcka, trlmmta with it jlkp ColtMl w IhUwn ruM. I
Al 7UV mholJy. Price w$..to A.I tJv m1- Price was ic.
i . A A tint cambric. emtroliircJ , . mn fine Cotlon. eeven fine 'uckj.
A 4- VI III tiIlorcollar.mbroldrl A 711' trlmmta wltn llirtt Inch m-
Al tfllelU ana tuckel front. OH Al JUL broidery Reoucel way-down
yiuv picejirj. ww ,I0B$I00t
i . sh -tm tint cambric, tucktd yokt i . mm fine Cottol. four httnttltchtJ
A 4 CI I at with etnbioliereJ Inser- If Its lucki. lilmmej win fine rem-
Al inl.lel tlonbeleen.tilmme4wllh Al I JL broldery.ReJucelfroinSi.io
a lyitiv ,mtnlUty, Ktguitr " v
pike wet St oo. i
i . m fine cmbrlc.tucke4 yoke i . nm fine Cotton, e'even fine tuck
A 4- CI CC wllneryaneembroWety 4 T UKn trlmmaJ with lint ambrollrry
Al tOlatfl) latwllon. alto tflmmti Al 7aJV Ola prlct Jl tj.
l'te4 to tell at li to
Sheriff Pearson's Notable Address Before
Methodist Conference-Scores Church,
. Members t for flypocrisysWhat
He Has Done.
NMURE HAS ITS WAY
AND CANNON SHOTS
CANNOT CHANGE IT
Dry Weather on Hawaii Will Find
No Relief From Rainmaking
HAWAIIAN TOBACCO CO., Ltd.,
Corner Merchant and Nuuunu Stm.,
also HOTEL ST.. opposite Bathfl.
Office 'Phone, 390
Works 'Phone, 389
Women's Muslin llndersk.rts--85c and Up.
Alert "buyers are usually adept judges
They don't go astray- That's why you
always find them buying at Sachs'.
Watch for them at this great sale of
Women's White Undergarments and
see how they recognize the merits of
our goods. : : ::::::
N. S. Sachs Dry Goods Co.,
A NEW LINE OF
GOLF SHIRTS, PAJAMAS,
DOILIES, JEWELRY, ETC.
ARE NOW SHOWN AT
CALL AND PE CONVINCED. I HOTPL ST.. NEAR NUUANU
wi -..r : '
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Another Large Shipment
01 Angle Lamps.
"THE ANGLE LAMP"
THE LIGHT '
THAT NhVER FAILS.
It Mtmt almost Incrti btt that
any lamp couU ta rood enough to
uk tht ptaca ot ttcctrklu on evn
terms, yet such Is the case l h tht
aholi lamp. All over the IslanJi
reopla are ituowtn aay thtlr o d
amp and replacing them with this
lanp, not merely because It cots
bout onetcnth as much to main
tain (cost Is no obJCt to soma p
pie) but, betiJa btln Infinitely
i-hiiMf ll It mora brllllint ani
more reliable In the bargain ft Is at
revelation to every one who uses It.
'd simply demonstrates that the
otd-fashlonrd lamp was a brbar
ous contrivance. Thbanolbump
rever smokes, smells or kIvcs any
troubU Is lighted and extinguished
ts easily as cas. and Is the Idea
lleht fr. m every tandpolnt. Wa
carry the e lamps (rom Si. So up.
T. H. Davies & Co., Ltd.
ENTS FOR Siulhg UbrlcatlnrOI . ," Urlpho.. Alien Cemjnl. PoMlanl Oo.nl. JjUntPwrter
Co . Pick? BaUia Belanr. Rocne Martor tin. O N.w Home Sein Machines ni ln-Acnlc.n Mini
S.wlnrM.chlMi A-a'.wire. OInire. CrovK.ry, H.rn.S.4Jln nJ Uailwi. Ruc. " De4
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The Angle Lahip
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FOR SALE EVERYWHERE
Grass Linens in AH Colors.
Sandal Wood Boxen. Pongee Silks
For Gentlemen's Suits and also In lighter weights.
MERCHANT TAILOR, A Urge variety of cloths made up In the
G-OO XS.XXXV 110 Nuuanu St.
Sheriff Pearson, the Methodist pastor
who was elected Sheriff of qtimlxrland
county, Maine, has yet to be convinced
that prohibition Is a failure. Tho rol
lowing account of Sheriff Pearson's re
marks at a Methodist conference will
bo read with particular Interest by
those watching the prosress of tern
peranco work through prohibition:
Sheriff Pearson plural a rovolvor, a
razor and two "sand-peeps" on tho
desk and turned ami faced the Method
ist conference nt Yarmouth.
A "sand-peep" Is the local name for
a little lit bottle supposed to contain
a good drink. The Sheriff had been ail-
rrtlsed to speak on tho subject, "Does
Prohibition Prohibit?" and he used th
revolver, razor and "sand-peeps to Il
lustrate his points.
When the conterenco caught sight of
the familiar white head thcro was a
burst of applause. IJcforo tho Sheriff
spoke, Rev. I. Luce offered proper- Ho
thanked God for tho long ana useiui
life of the Sheriff.
Ttev. Dr. McAllister presided, and In
his brief opening speech bitterly as
sailed what ho termed "tho compressed
and running-over hypocrisy of the peo
ple of Maine In dealing with prohibi
tion." Sheriff Pearson, after a few words of
greeting to the conference, plunged In
to what proved to be an aggressive,
radical at times Imrasslcncd, and oc
casionally pathetic speech. He said In
"Does prohibition prohibit Is still a
vital auestlon here.
"This revolver Is one of my best
friends, but It Is harmless as I hold It
now. Put my 141 pounds behind It and
It could kill. 1 his razor has at kern
n edge as any razor In Yarmouth, but
I couldn't shave with tho back, this
'sand-peep' is harmless as It Is, but It
would help to get a man drunk. We
got a man, yesterday, who had sixty
sand-peeps on his person.
"Tho prohibitory law will not far
force Itself, but even my 141 pounds If
back of the law can do much. The law
is not a person or a thing; It Is a legal
"Why hasn't tho law been enforced?
The church has been too languid. Dr.
McAllister is the most aggressive tem
perance man wo have, and bo got a
unanimous lall to go back.
"God help a minister when a rum
seller can look up from his pew and
cay, 'Do careful; I chipped In $100 when
your salary was raised.' For twenty
five years you have been hidebound
end partybound. You may not like to
have mo say so, but God knows It I
true, every word of It.
"I stood between two rumscllcrs and
voted the Republican ticket one :ar.
I will nover God helping me, be the
filling for that sort of a political snml
"I took a solemn oath at midnight
January 1, and have I kept it?
"A Boston paper says I have cut
down the Portland orders for liquor SO
per cent. I will wipe it out In six
"When I came Into offlco 23'J persons
in Portland held a United States liquor
license, and It was said that there were
150 kitchen barrooms. I ask this ques
tion: Does any man know where he
can stn,nd up to a bar In nil Portland
and drink In peace?
"Whero are the Portland saloons?
We seized JIC1 north ot liquor In a
stable yesterday. How would you like
to take a drink there?
"I could go out of odlco worth J!nO,
000. Hut how should I stand with God?
1 won't do It. (Cries of Good!")
"In one case It was raid that JlO.OOu
would bo paid me to get out, and that
It would be worth J10.000 to tho man
who could arrange tho deal.
I was, offered $2000 to dismiss
Charles A. Plummer, one of my depu
ties, but he Is still a deputy. A lead
ing citizen sent for me. I did not go.
He was burled In politics, and I hate
poltlcs. Ho sent a message to mo by a
liquor seller. I said to him: 'You and
I havo nothing In common, and I will
not go.' '
"A liquor seller camo to my office and
said: 'Sheriff, you are looking poorly.
Some of your friends havo raised $2300
tn send you to Europe for three
months.' I said, 'I won't 'go.'
"If It's worth $2500 to get rid of mo
when I'm only a llttlo used up, I will
stay until I'm prostrated.
(Cries of "God bless you.")
"I won't die rich. I've earned tho
right by twenty-nine years of good,
honest work to die poor If I want to
to die In tho poor house If I plCaso.
Think of It, brethren! I'vo seen film
dreds converted nnd mado to sco the
light that shone, In tho face or Jesus
"I've seen husband and wife re
united. I say to tho men who talk
money to me, as Ben Butler did; 'Get
out, you're getting too near my price.'
"Brethren. I will not let up. (Cries
Of "God bless you.")
"I will win. I pray before every
salzure. God ts with me. I would cut
my heart out before I would give In to
a rumscller. Brethren, these are no
Idlo words. I broke the heart of my
mother. I was saved by God's grace,
Pray for me." (Cries of "We will.")
Here the sheriff almost broke down
ntn. the Bcenc nj hi at nd fiero wja
"No Methodist conference over saw
a sccno like that," said i minister after
It was over,
"And the Attorney General of the
State, when I asked the Legislature to
help mo savo homes," continued tho
Sheriff, they Bald. "Pearson will be
hero two years from now to ask you to
prohibit buttermilk.' Great logic that.
"Am I a buttermilk pup? Not ram t
But when 1 tried to get the Legislature
to help me, a meeting was held In
Portland, and $3000 was raised and
sent to Augusta. What for? I don't
know; but. brethren, how long would
It take tho church to raise $3000 to
help on this fight?
"I say w Ith Dr. McAllister, that It Is
no use to pray for the coming of Christ
If you are working for the kingdom of
the devil. Not a bit of It.
"I am killing the liquor buslneai In
Portland, but what Is tho result? A
candy dealer says hts trade with tho
children Is going up now. Tho kid
get the coppers now.
"A clothing dealer raid bis January
trade was $800 better than that ot thi
year before, his February trade $1300
better than that of February. 1S00, ana
bis March trado $1800 better than a
year ago. .
"Even a good old Irish woman who
keeps a little store said to me, 'Sheriff,
I'm doing double the business I was.
A year ago I had from $40 to $G0 on
my books every Saturday, and last
Saturday only $3.20.'
"Thlsmeans something. I love
Portland, and I'm helping, not hurting
"For twenty-five years Portland was
bedaubed with the brush of hypocrisy.
I thank God b Is so no longer.
Washington, June 9. The extensive
reports ot United tatcs Consul Covert,
at Lyons, France, relative to the suc
cess of cannon firing Iri Franco as a
means of protecting orchards and vine
yards from hailstorms, and also for
the purpose of mitigating or nullifying
the effects ot frost upon vegetation,
have prompted numerous Inquiries by
horticulturists In this country as to
went. If at all, our government would
adopt similar methods of protection..
Prof. W111U L. Moorr, Chief of the
U'ltrtlhttr Itnrnnll nplltlff linilpr thn fit-
rcctlon of Secretary Wilson, therefore.
has Issued to the press the following
"After an examination ot all that has
hcen published during the past two
years, my conviction Is that wo havo
here to do with a popular delusion as
remarkable as is the belief In the ef
fect of the moon on tho weather. Th
uneducated peasantry of Kuropo seem
to be looking tor something miraculous.
They would rather believe In cannon
ading as a means of protection, and
spend on It abundance of money, time
and labor than adopt the very simple
expedient of mutual Insurance against
the losses that must Inevitably occur.
"The great processes going on In the
atmosphere arc conducted on too large
a scale to warrant any man or nation
In attempting to control them. The en
ergy expended by naturo In tho produc
tion of a hailstorm, a tornado of n
rainstorm exceeds tho combined energy
of all the steam engines and explosives
In tho world. It Is useless for man
kind to combat nature on this scale.
"After tho experience thnt this coun
try has had during tho past ten years
with rain maken: I am loath to bcllevo
that the bombardment of hailstorms
will ever be practiced or even attempt
ed In tho United States, much lens en
couraged b).the Intelligent portion of
tho community. Kvery effort should
be made to counteract the spread of
the Italian delusion which has been
Imported Into this country by Consul
Save YOlir Wife Many Steps by Installing
A House Telephone fro
Upstairs to Kitchen,
Yen will never House to Servants' Quarters,
part with it. 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,
, O. BOX 834.
510 STANGENWALD BUILDING.
TEL. MAIN 70
All classes of Engineering Work solicited; Examinations, Surveys and Re
ports made for any class of Waterworks, Steam and Electric Constmction;
Plnns and Specifications and Estimates Prepared, and Construction Superin
tended, In all branches ot Engineering Work; Contracts solicited for Rati-'
roads. Electric and Stcnm; Tunnels, Bridges, Buildings, Highways, Founda
tions, Piers, Wharves, etc.
Special attention given to Examinations, Valuations, and Reports of
Properties for Investment purposes.
FREDERICK J. AMWEG, M. AM. Soc. C. E..
1 . Engineer and Manager.
W. R.' CASTLE JR.. Secretary nnd Treasurer.
A. Harrison Mill Co.
ESTIMATES rUDMSHtD ON ALL KINDS OF
Brick and Stone Work
Manufacturers of Doors. Sashes anJ
Fnmr, Blinds, Mouldings, Brackets, and
All Kinds ot wood worn, r-inisn turning
KAWAIAHAO ST., KEWALO,
1 ei. wnne mi f. u. box x
New Map ot Oahu. (
Open to the Public
THUMBS SHOW SANITY.
The thumb Is a guldo to n knowledge
ot the mental condition of tho owner.
He who Is In full possession of his
faculties makes good uso of the thumb,
but wherever there Is a tendency to In
sanity, this generally useful and nctlvo
member falls out of work.
I A physician In chargo ot a lunatic
asylum states positively that If you sec
a person whose thumb remains Innctlvo
.standing nt right angles and taking
no nart In the act of writing. Balutn-
"llrcthren, goodby, and Gol bless tlon. or nny other manual exercise
you all. I have talked plainly to you, y0 may bo sure Hint he has n diseased
buMm a plain oiu man. 1 musi eaten mind.
my car. I've six extra men and three n0 may talk Intelligently nnd appear
teams tonight, and, with tho help of sane in every respect, but undobutedly
God. I'll make It a bad night for the a tinge ot madness -Is lurking within
rumsellcrs. (Cries of "Go on!"). Think his brain.
of what I've said and pray for me. I
"Tako this last thought home. No
Methodist church wants a nobody In
the pulpit. Speak out; speak strong,
bravo words for God. Don t be afraid.
Tho address of the sheriff aroused
CopllJ from flovcrntne)! Survtt AnJ Chtrts,
Mars of Suir Planl, Hunt. Mjllwats. anJ Otnrr
Kt'lablt SnurcM. the MAI' is )li INCHES,
wilt, artlitlc cokf Inca and neat mounltngi. mak
ing a vtty u ful a wrll at ornamrn'Al will nip
THE I'RICE OF THE MAP IS $10 c. Coplct CM
JAS. T. TAYLOH.
P. O. llo too. )" J'lJJ HullJInir. Il'nolulul T, H
or HAWAIIAN NEWS C?) . LTD
COTTON BROS. & CO.
ENGINEERS AND ! : :
Plans anJ tttlmatei furnlthei for all clasMt of
ROOM joo. UOSTON IILOCK, HONOLULU
Honolulu Iron Work. O
Improved and modern SUGAR MA'
CHINERY of every capacity and de
scrlptlon mado to order. Roller work
nnd RIVETED PIPES for Irrigation
purpose!) n specialty. Particular nttcn
tlon paid to JOIl WORK, and repairs
executed at shortest notice.
MEALS AT ALL HOURS FROM C:30
A. M. TO 11 P. M. EUROPEAN
a New Lot of ,
Beaver Lunch Rooms.
H. J. NOLTE.
Some curious botanical experiments
mado at the zoological laboratory at
Naples aro reported by Hans Winkler,
A flowerless aquatic plant, that grows
normally with rts roots In tho sand
the conference. From first to last ho nnd leaves In water, was Inverted,
was applauded, whllo shouts of specimens being placed with tho leaves
"Amen!" and "Bless Ood!" could bo burled In tho sand and tho roots lloat
heard all over the church. As the old Ing In tho water In strong light. Tho
sheriff went down tho aisle tho entire roots changed to stems nnd leaves, the
conference roso and cheered him. burbul parts becoming roots.
From tho Reports of the dealers In
this city, wo think no proprietaty
medlclno has a larger sale than PAIN
KILLER. Its valuable properties as a
speedy cure for pain can not fall to be
generally appreciated, in case, ot acci
dent, or sudden attack of dysentery,
dlarrhoen, cholera morbus. Montreal
Star. Avoid substitutes, thero Is but
one Paln-Klller, Perry Davis". Price
25c. and SOc.
Tho Bulletin. 75 cents per month.
(VODKBLV THE EAOIE)
OYSTER AND CHOP HOUSE.
OPEN NIGHT AND DAY.
mr IUNOGB1H, Proprktor.
HOTEL STREET, twir Nuuanu, ntit door to ftiiy
Ryan'a "Encort" iiS-ia
Mrs. W. L. Baton
WILTON LODOE, KINO STREET
when you Insist on S'.t'.ir.g Cyrus Noble Whiskey.
Leave experimenting to others..Buy goods
that you know are right.
For seventy yearsVe have been trying to pro1
fduce the best possible article Jor the, least
" The public know it favorably.
It holds the good trade.' "
It costs no more than other good whiskey
It is pure and old.
It is'distilled from the best selected graitv.
It is six years in wood. '
,lt winson merit alone.J
B W. O. PEACOCK & CO., Ltd.,