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Can Do For You
Fop One Week.
V I R 8 r L Y Sell' you Cotton Torchon Laces, with Inser
tions to match, from t to 1)i Inches wide, at 6s pep ynrd,
or IS yards lor BOc. That Is ::::::::: :
A GREAT BREAK IN LACES
The p Ice 5c per yard should bring straight t our store,
every woman who his a possible need for laces. There Is a
very wide range of patterns to choose from regular Tcrchon
designs. This price one week only. :::::::::
TEACH YOU THE - ----
- - - FULL1 POWER OF MONEY
by offering Japanese Silks, regularly sold at SOc pep ynrd,
at 38c pep ynrd, one week only. Women are buying
Japanese Silks faster than anv other kind the light, tnln
weaves In all colors blues, pinks, reds, orange, white, etc.
They are the best of all for fancy work. That's why the pre
sent offering Is' so Important. The quality Is much finer than
the low price Indicates. ::::::::::::::
35c per yard for Japanese Silks
You must not Jump at the conclusion that these silks are poor
and Inferior because we name such a little figure for them. No
woman who knows Silks will make such a mistake. Think,
3Rc pep yard, ::::::::::::
NOW FOR VEILINGS
We have just received a large shipment of these beauty and
complexion savers. No woman who cares a rap for her com
plexlon can afford to miss buying the latest novelties. : : :
SQUARE MESH BLUE VEILING WITH GILT EDGES.
PLAIN CHIFFON VEILINGS. :::::::
: : : : : THE DOUBLE EFFECT VEILING.
WE HAVE A SAMPLE LOT OF NEW SOC ETY VOLS.
They are ready-made and no two alike. Theyll go quickly.
Try and be one of the first to get here. :::::::
N. S. Sachs Dry Goods Co.,
MINISTERS AT PEKING
DECIDE ON INDEMNITY
It Now Only Remains for Some
Nation to Object in Order to
Make Further Delay
Washington, D. C July 22. Com
missioner Rockhlll cabled the Stato
Department today that the foreign
Ministers at Peking hail dually de
cided on a plan for tho payment of
the Indemnity of the Powers Iiy the
Chinese Govcrnmuit. Honda will bo
Issued to each Power to the value of
Its claims. These bonds will begin to
draw Interest from 1902. It Is Intend
rd that the principal and Interest shall
be entirely paid by 1910.
The plan Involves an annual dis
bursement of 23,000,000 tacls. Of this
sum 13,000.000 tacls will be used the
first year to defray the Interest charges.
Tho balance will be conerted Into a
sinking fund, out of which the prinri.
pal will be liquidated. As the principal
Is paid oft In annual Installments the
Indebtedness will decrease, and tho
amount ot Interest that will ha.e to
be paid will consequently be less each
year. In regard to the method by which
China shall raise this money the .Stato
Department has not yet been ndvU;d.
Great Britain has accepted the Rus
sian proposal for Increasing the cus
toms duty to ten per cent slher. Tho
authorities are awaiting a counter
proposition from London suggesting a
compromise of about 7 Vi per1 cent. Un
der the Instructions given Rockhlll ho
Is charged to assent to the imposition
of this duty.
ll li A tnre, Mfe mil qatck rpmcdjr,
Ttc' ONLY ONE
Two tlzc, src. anil Si.
A NEW LINE OF
Golf Shirts, Pajamas,
Dollies, Jewelry Etc.
S. 6. SIERRA.
READY MADE SUITS
ARE MOW SHOWN AT
CALL AND PE CONVINCED. 1 HOTEL ST., NEAR NUIMNU
Brilliant Reception for
Mr. and Mrs. Whitney
ROCHE HARBOR LIME
DUB TO ARRIVE
EX. 6HIP HENRY V1LLARD
I THEO. H. DAVIES & CO., Ltd.
bViI 1 1 1 1 ilsflswwrinisw
The reception given last night to
Mr. and Mrs. V. L. Whitney, nt tho
homo of Dr. and Mrs. J. M. Whitney at
their residence In Punahou was a bril
liant and happy event In whU'h over
600 guests participated. The couplo
for whom the reception was given had
just returned from a bridal tour on tho
The grounds at the Whitney resi
dence wero Illuminated with Japanese
lanterns and Incandescent lights. The
lecclvlng party stood at the entrance
to tho main drawing roonj and consist
ed of Dr. anil Mrs. J. M. wiutney, Mr.
and Mrs. O. M. Whitney. Mr. and Mrs.
W. L. Whitney, assisted by .Mrs. W. V.
Frear, Mrs. Will IlecUwIth and Miss
Ada Whitney. The Interior of the resl
dencc was a mass of bloom and color.
The decorations were of the richest
floral design. The punch bowl was
presided over by Misses Mary and
Kdlth Alexander. The refreshment ta
ble was spread upon n lanal and was
presided over fcy Miss Until Whitney
and Miss Kdlth Spalding.
A Hawaiian sextette furnished ex
cellent music both Instrumental and
vocal. There was dancing on tho
lanals. Tho reception was a delightful
affair to alt present and the eenlng
passed quickly and pleasantly.
BY WHY I lit
Phoenix. A. T. July 19. To put a
stop to the wholesale Importation of
Chinese throtigh'Port Nogales, 0110 tho
United States-Mexico International
line. Is the plan of the I'nlted StntiM
authorities. The Government ageuW
and Hne-rlderH along tho Fouth-m
boundaries of this lountry have found
themselves unable to cope with the
Chinese smuggling situation, and Ui:I
ted States Mntshal McCord nnd Win.
Hoey, Collector of Customs at Port
Nogales, havo placed the matter bo
lore tho authorities at Washington,
who have decided upon prompt nnd
A well organized gang of slave deal
ers has been discovered In Nogiles,
on the Mexican side of the Hue, v.liero
Sing Lee. a Celestial experienced In
human t raffle, superintend)) the smug
gling of hundreds of coolies Into this
country. The !ae arrive there from
China, either by way of (liiaymas.
Mexico, or Irom San Francisco, travel
ing In bond through this country to
Mexico nftcr their Inudlng at San
Francisco. The c-oollcs are drilled and
disguised In Mexican continue In tho
Oriental colony established Just ncross
the line, nnd otherwise taught how to
run the gauntlet of llue-rldvrs. If they
are successfully smuggled ncross tho
lino they live for several months, as a
rule, In colonies estnbllsheil for that
purpoe In Arizona, nnd Anally are
furnished with tlchetH Tor San Fran
cisco, where they slowly work out tho
price of their Importation.
The Hepubllc of Mexico Is in trepi
dation because of the plans of largo
foreign companies to Import thousands
of coolies from China, ami It Is be
lieved that the Oovernment Is prepar
ing a Chinese exclusion act. Tho pur
pose of bringing In contract laborers Is
the development of tho rich agricul
tural lands lining the Pacific coast of
.Mexico. The Hepubllc Is anxious to
, have established plantations along tho
I coast, and Is offering Inducements for
the opening of 11 port and for lallroud
I construction, hut It frowns upon plain
to displace Its own laborers by tho
Chinese product, and the Mexican
1 peons threaten strenuous warfare
j against tho coolies.
HAWAIIAN TOBACCO CO., Ltd.,
Corner Merchant ami IN'uuiinu St.,
nlno HOTUL ST.. opptmtto Bethcsl.
Office 'Phone, 390
Works 'Phone, 389
Save YOUr Wife Many Steps by Installing
A House Telephone from
Yon will never
part with it.
Upstairs to Kitchen,
House to Servants,' Quarters,
House ito Stable, Etc.
We will install two 'phones complete under a g i.trantee at a price- -well
you cannot afford to be without them.
The Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.,
Hawaiian Engineering and Construction Go.
ROOMS 50S, 509, 510 STANGENWALD BUILDING.
P. O. BOX 834. TEL. MAIN 70
All classes of Engineering Work solicited; Examinations, Surveys and Re
ports tnado for any class of Waterworks, Steam and Electric Construction;
Plans nnd Specifications and Estimates Prepared, and Construction Superin
tended, In all branches of Engineering Work; Contracts solicited for Rail
roads, Electric and Steam; Tunnels, Bridges, Buildings, Highways, Founda
tions, Piers, Wharves, etc.
Special attention given to Examinations, Valuations, and Reports ot
Properties for Investment purposes.
FREDERICK J. AMWEQ. M. AM. Soc C. B.,
Engineer and Manager.
W: R. CASTLE JR., Secretary and Treasurer.
TAX APPEAL COURTS.
Appointments of tax appeal courts
havo hcen made by ActlugQovernor
Cooper as below. The courts sit from
August 1 to August 20, their members
being paid $3 a day:
Fit st Judicial Circuit. Island of
Oahu W. L. Wilcox, President; E. C.
Winston. C, Holte.
Second Judicial Circuit, Islands of
Maul, Molokat and Lanal W. A. Mc
Kay, President; W, L. Decoto, Charles
Third Judicial Circuit, Island of Ha
waii O, P, Tulloch, President; L. S.
Aungst J. A. Maguire.
Fourth Judicial Circuit, Island of
Hawaii F, S. Lymnn, President; E.
W. Ilarnard. C. 11, IJIacow.
Fifth Judicial Circuit, Islands of
Kauai nnd Nllhau W, I. Wells, Piesl
dent; E. U. Conant, II, K. Kahelc.
Pittsburg, July 19. "General" Jn
cub S. Coxey, apostle of labor and
patentee of the brotherhoiU of man
doctrine. Is now a steel plutocrat and
has arrayed himself with tho Schwabs,
Carncgles nudtother masters In the In
dustrial world. He s the chief stock
holder of the Coxey Steel Casting
Company of Mount Vernon. O., which
has been Incorporated to manufacture
iron castings, open hearth nud crucible
(steel, brass and babbitt metnl. The
plant Is In course of construction.
"Wo expect to hao n pretty nice
' tittle plant when nil our plans nre car
' rled out," said Coxey today, "lly the
middle of August we will be turning
'out steel cnstlugs, and by October 1st
I billets and steel bars.
"About the Amalgamated Associa
tion's strike? 1 don't undei stand the
uuestlon ery cleaily, but It looks to
mo as If the manufacture! s had lather
the best of the situation If the dispute
Is over unionism. I suppose I will have
trouble mjself when my mills start
Is.recommended to biiild upj
onvaiescew, SirepsHien tne
vmsmi&mM '' " ,,TI
FOR SALE EVERYWHERE
McKECllNIE PAINT CO
Articles of Incorporation hao been
filed by tho McKechnle Paint and Wall
P.iper Co., Ltd., calling for 'tho forma
tlon of u corporation with a capitaliza
tion of $23,000 with the privilege of In
IciciiFlng this to ; 100,000. There aro
izwi snares at the pai v.il.io or yi') t
sharo nnd the principal place of busl
ncs.'i Is In Honolulu Tho com'.nnj
prepcu's to cnndui: a genual i.ili.nng
and wall paper business Jn, nil lis
branches and to engage -In manufac
turing and mercantile pursuits. Tho
Incorporators are II. M:KrtlmIo J. J-
Rlle-y, C. n. Gray, Victor Hoffman nnd
A. Arendt. Tho officers nre as follows
President, II. McKechnle vice presi
dent, J. F, Riley; secretary, C. II. Gray;
Victor Hodman; auditor, A. Arendt.
New Light Blue Grass Linen
' dIho other colors.
European Goods for Ladles' Suits. Pongee Silks
Ne.v Patterns for Gentlemen's Suits In Lighter Weights
MERCHANT TAILOR, A large variety of cloths made up In the
GOO KIM, 1116 Nuuanu St.
MOTIIBK KRUGER DEAD
Pretoria, Sunday, July 21. Mrs,
Kruger, wife of former President Km
ger of tho South African Republic, who
died Saturday last of pneumonia, after
an illness of threo days, was burled
here this nftcrnoon.
CHANGES AMONG OFFICERS.
General orders No. 19, Just Uim-il by
the N. (1. II.. call for the following
changes In the personnel of the olllcers
of the various companies:
General Ileaduunrteis, Territory of
Hawaii. Adjutant General's Olllce,
Honolulu, July 26, 1901.
Major J. M. Canmra, to bo a member
of the Hoard of Examiners, as of this
date. John Wlrud, to be retired In ac
cordance with tho provisions of Arti
cle 90, or the Civil Laws. E. L. Ilcrndt
to the Lieut. (2d) Co. A. with rank
from Dec. 13th, 1901. J, N. K. Keola, to
be Captain Co. I, with rank fiom Dec,
20th, 1901, O. II. Cummngs, to be Sec
ond Lieut. Co. 1, .with rank from Dec.
20th, 1901. W. W. Carlyle, to be Sec
ond Lieut, Co, 11, with rank from
April 10th, 1901. J. A. Thompson, to
be Second Lieut, Co. II, with rank frou)
April 22d, 1901.
Captain R. P. Myers, to have lea.ve
of absence for sixty days from Augnti'
Ctli. 1901, with permission to go be
yond the sea.
Uy order of Commander-in-Chief,
J. H. SOPEIt,
The Bulletin, 76 cent per month.
TO CURE A CULU IN ONE DAY.
I'ake Laxative Dromo Quinine Tablet?.
All druggists refund the money It tt
' falls to cure. E. W. Orove'i signature
1 Ik nn each box. z5 cesta.
1 I If- n -J . ; Wf' A
H SI t SV'f
" If you don't want whiskey lo get the bct of ycu, you mutt get
the best of whiskey."
"1 do lady, but when a fellow's only gu a nickel he can't buy
W. C. Peacock & Co., Ltd,, S..
Metropolitan Meat Co.,
Fresh Meats and Pish
by Every Steamer
From the Coast that has CoM Storage.
Choice Beef, Veal, Mutton,
Lamb and Pork always
Also Poultry, Salmon and Halibut.
FOR SALE AT
The Metropolitan Market, King St., Tel. 45.
The Booth, Flshmarket, Telephone 379.
Central Market, Nuuanu St., Telephone 104.
HAVING PURCHASED THB GROCERY BUSI
NESS OF MS. CHAS. HUSTACB, we wish to
inform the general public that we are prepared to fill
orders promptly, every attention will be given to careful delivery
We ask a share of your patronage : : : :
BBST - QUALITY - GOODS.
C. J. DAY & CO.
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