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EVENTNO IIULLKTIN. HONOLULU, II. T., WHDNKSDAY, 8KPT. 11. 1901.
Late Sugar Report.
New York, Sept. 4. Sugar Itaw,
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V'llnll nnj... fnli. nl.. Ol'... ....,1.1.
FOB SALE EVERYWHERE!
fugal, AC test, 3 13-lCcj molasses sugar,
.1c. Hrflncd, sternly; crushed, 5.75c;
powdered, li.35ci granulated,-5.25c.
La Insular of America
Washington, Sept. 1. S. C. Ulddell
lifts liccn nppolnted postmaster at
Keomnku, Lanal, Hawaii, vice L. M.
Trade Mark Registered and owned by DAVID LAWRENCE & COMPANY.'.
'tyiU'Myy'n'i. j : u'T.OTWjnrya
Great Under - Price Sale
of Lace Curtains !
Our Rreat cleirlng sals of LaceCurHlns w III be In full sw Inn
with many speclallv attractive offering on Monday next,
Se; temper gth, and continues ONH WHCK ONLY.
Point il 'HHprlt, lrlli Pollit, Arnbtiin,
FIhIi Net, Aipl!iic, Nottingham, Etc.
Htc, Lncc CurtnlriH, 1 1 1 1
Specially ma'ked away down so that they will first com
mind your at'entlon, then tind themselves-hunt In yur
hornet. Fine Figured HwIhh CurtnlnH with
RuifleH, reduced from $0.73 to 4.BO per pnlr.
WASHINGTON OFFICIALS ON
OUR PLANTATION LABOR
Are Told That All Immigration Efforts
Will Now Bj Centered on
Porto Rico ---Other
Fine Sailor Hats
At Prices that Woo You
There never was a hat that looked more becoming than the
Snllor Hat. Rivals have come and gone, but the sailor
V ( "Dobs up serenely" every season more bewitching than e er.
I Ours are the bewitching kind, and the prices are more
, bewitching than ever. We might say : : ; :
Irresistible Sailors at Irresistible Prices
Stirt the g'rls off to school with them ; they're good com- '
pany even though they are cheap. : : : ; :
Rough 11 nil Ready StrmvK In White.
Black. Brown and Mixed. 1 t 1
3 THINGS MORE
Boy'ti New Wlndmir Tlen-Jut the thing that will
tickle the boy to dsath -so to speak Plaids and stripes are
here In the largest variety of new designs ever shown.
New White P. K'n All kinds, many of them ynuNe
never seen before. Prices run 6 yards for 1 1.00, and 25: ai d
35c per yard : ::;::;::
ringllttli Muslin -The colors ire fast and thegiodsare
the very da ntlest Imulnable. 31 Inches wide and only
15c per yard. : ::;::;:
Sachs' Dry Goods Co,, Ltd,
JOOOOOOOOOOOO 0000000 000c
The Whole Story
in one letter about
from Cpl. V, I-oye. l'ollce Krfttlnn No.
ft, Mont mil f "We frfjiintlf I'll
tUif I'U.kilt pit for jtin$ in the tUtti i
nth, thtju attMi fffM( rout rWV, e W
htttinit ramf, and till ninictlun w'icti
be fa' I turn In our pwltlnti I Inn o no lirU J
tatlon In Mjlng lhat iAlsKin.tn i tht
tt rr,ntty f limc urir at Lin J." 1
VnaX Intentnll) mut hxtrrnnlly.
ft Two Size, 2,V, ml &X. bol lira. (
THAT UNION MUSICIANS
WERENOT GIVEN A SHflW
To Furnish Music for Labor Day Ball
Prof. W. E. Sharpe Hopes
Better Things Next
Washington, Aug. 30. Wellington
olllrlnls who are cognizant ot the ship
ments of laborers to Hanall that hao
been going on for probably n ear,
statu that the Hawaiian sugar plant
ers have dlsiovcred that Porto Hlenns
nro the best suited to work on tlio plan
tation, and will hereafter spend their
money and efforts In securing this Mud
The llnwnllnn sugnr planterK have
been In sore straits for labor for soy
crnl )enrs, and the vnluc ot the plan
tations has de( reused by reason of the
Innblllty to procure sultlclfnt labor.
About 11 ar ngo the Sugar Planter'
Association of the Islands emplojed
nan to send labor to the Islands from
this lountry. One of the principal cm
plovcs wns stationed In New York for
the purpose of picking up Immigrants . tompllblieil a similar plan will be fol
who had managed to gain ndmlsslnn to lowed In Nicaragua.
New York. Aug. IS. A revolution
all fone of 2000 men has pushed It
wnj over the border from Colombia
iuiii Venezuela, saB the Colon corros-
pomlent ot the Hirnld. Tills force.
the correspondent hears, Is to aid In
the overthrow of President Castro.
When. It Is said, his downfall Is no
EX. SHIP HENRY VlLLARD
1 10,000 Barrels
jj ROCHE HARBOR LIME
FOR THE WHOLhSALE TKADE.
S Also Big Shipment of CAL. RED BRICK.
THEO. H. DAVIES & CO., Ltd
I Hardware Department.
In the ourse of u Jtnr this agent has
sent to Hawaii 1500 to 20du laborers,
mostly Portuguese, ot which there arc
man) lit the Island. The trouble about
Uuropcnns. lionccr, Is that wlun lliey
urrhe in Hawaii they find somebody
else pajlng muie thnn the Sugar plan
ters' Association has ngncd to pay
ami Jump their agreements, notwlth-
tundlng they hae been sent to tho
Iblauds at Immense eNpense. The to
tal ixpenses to tho Sugar Planters' As
sociation has been considerably be
j ond Slliu per head, nil railroad, steam
ship and other expenses being paid
from New York or wheieer the labor
er!, weru si cured.
While the Portuguese, Italians and
other ilassea lmo hem procured In
New Yoik, the sugar planters luuo
been steadily getting Porto Means. Thu
experience of thu lasi enr has taught
the planters Unit the Porto lllcans are
miMt sntUfactoi uud will remain with
more willingness at their positions.
Hereafter none but Porto Moans arc to
bo sent to Hawaii for work on the
plantations. The climate there ngrces
with them, and ns soon as they enn
be Ktlviigthened they become valu
able. 1h trouble up to this time hns
been that starvation In Porto M '
iimoug tho poorest clashes has left
them in a sadly depicted condition.
and for two or thru- moifths uf'er ar
lUIng In Hawaii they are really unlit
for work. The sugnr planteis, during
th it Interval, feed them cutcfully and
give them free inedtenl treatment.
When they are able to do work and re
main fill tli fill to their agreements they
j. a. imr.CKONs.
HAWAIIAN TOBACCO CO., Ltd.,
Corner Merchant and Nuuunu Stm.,
nlMO HOTEL ST., oppowlto Bthil.
Hawaiian Engineering and Conduction Co.
510 STANGI-NWALD BUILDING.
TEL. MAIN 70
A beautiful and dainty assortment.
DE WET WILL SHOOT
Loudon, .Sept. 3. A dispatch to the
t)all JIall from Capo Town bays Gen
em! I)e Wet has Issued n proclamation
dec luring that bo will shoot nil llrltlsli
troops found In Orange ltlvcr Colony
after September 15.
A Cape Town special says: It Is re
ported that Commandant Ml burg has
issued an order directing that all nrm-
I colonials captured after September
IS are to be shot,
Captain Wellls, with a patrol ot
tuenty-llvo men fiom Ooudschorn, was
taken In nnibush near Melrlngspoort
He and two men escaped, three, others
1 rouble Is Imminent on both tho
eastern and the southern boundaries of
Coicuibhi. Troops have been rushed In
both directions, and the frontiers of
Yuic7uclu nnd ot Ecuador nic lined
with armed men, ready 10 advance at
rt mo.i.cnt s notice.
No tecrct Is made of the threatening
ttitudo of tho Colombian authorities.
They assert that t.ic revolution here
bus been enabled to continue only by
the u.d of tho Liberal Governments of
the neighboring republics, and that to
1 111 ere peace at home It has become
merssniy to Inaugurate a war of for
It Is assumed hero that Kcundor
wu.ld Join with cuc'7iicln In any
movement against Colombia the two
Liberal Governments standing united
..gii'iist the conservative element In
crotrol here, and making counter
clu.ig(H of Interference with their at-
t.iii-i and ot f Jstorlng revolution.
There seers llttlo doubt that the
charges on I oth sides nro well found
ed. The Literals of one icpubllc have
lent 11 helping baud to their struggling
bnthren til adjacent territory and the
Conservatives have retaliated in kind.
Colombia has, however, been th
chid surfercr, as her revolution ha
alier.dy lasted nearly two jcarj. It is
r -ill muted that from 23,000 to 40,000
lives have already been sacrificed, and
tl e end Is not jet, as the smouldering
embers of revolt arc coming Into
flame in a dozen sections simultaneous
ly nnd the Liberals do not hesitate to
nni'ounre that they aro preparlug to
dcil i'. final blow.
The Conservatives retaliate by de
claring Unit they have vanquished
every army that has been collected,
mid that there only remains n few
buidiw hackers who carry on a spas
medio guerrilla warfare, attacking
eui,ioinl'8 guards, fleeing from larger
bodies, robbing exposed Btores and
1111:1 lies and pillaging wajfarcrs.
Now that the bills for the Labor Da
celebration have all been settled nnd
the men who took part In tho festivi
ties nro down to work again nt tho
old stand, a friendly complaint is
registered by union musicians. In '
starting out It might be said that the
people concerned do not place any .
blame 011 the labor unions but look ,
upon tlie whole thing ns an oversight. (
1 he story arises out ot the fact that
the labor men cmploved Ilerger's or
rhestra to furnish music for the Labor I
Day ball. There- nro union men nmong
the ver) best musicians of the city,
men who nre alwuvs In demand when
functions of various kinds take place.
Among t?ie number Is Prof. V. E.
Bhnrpc who belongs, with other must
rlnns of the city, to tho National
League ot Musicians ot tho United .
Btatcs. When npoken to about tho'
mutter Mr. Sharpe Bald he was not at'
I ill angry about It, only ha thought it
rather peculiar that, belonging as he
ilocs to tho union nnd directly con
nected w It It tho other big labor unions
of the I'nlted States, he was not even
given a chance to put in a bid on the
music. Mr. Sharpo Bald, utaong other
"1 think th3 whole thing was an
oversight. I pay my llttlo dollar every
month, llko all tho other labor men
of the city, toward tho support of tho
strikers on the Mainland, and It mada
me feci a little sore that I was not
given a chance to furnish the music tor
the Labor Day ball. I could have se
cured n half dozen men who belong to
the union and then I could haro guns
on tho outBlde for other men. I feel
that I should at least have been Bpokeu
to about the matter. Uovvsvcr, as I
did before, 1 believe the whole thing
mis an oversight nrd that when the
next Labor Day comes along, we union
musicians will surely bo given the
ROOMS 508, 509
All classes of Engineering Work solicited; Examinations, Survey and Re
ports mado for nny class ot Waterworks, Steam and Electric Construction;
Plans and Specifications and Estimates Prepared, and Constriction Superin
tended, in all branches ot 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 Report o
Properties for Investment purposes.
FREDERICK J. AMWEO. H. AM. Boc&tt,
Engineer and Manager.
W. R. CASTLE JR., Secretary and Treasurer.
l jfr .. l X yfii!!
aw . ,v 1 v 1 f--r s.x's
k -"-""up i'&Mmi T I
A MAN IN ARKANSAS
Could not repair his roof when It
rained nnd would not In lair weather
because It (lid not need It.
DON'T bo uncomfortable during the
warm weather, when wo ran furnish
ou with either desk or (elllng fans at
GOOD IN THE HOME AND
GOOD IN THE OFFICE.
They will create a delightfully cool
breeze and Keep away mosquitoes.
Regular $20.00 desk fans for. . .916 00
Regular $56.00 celling fans for.. 40 OU
KINO ST., NEAR ALAKEA.
The Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.,
Metropolitan Meat Co.,
We wouM like to have you call and
Inspect this stock. :::::
14 Hotel Street, near- Nuunnu.
General Merchandise! Dry Goods, Groceries
Japanese Provisions, etc
M4OO0N BLOCK, MKRCI1AAT KTREET.
IF . O- Bex 886 saira.
DROVE GEN BOTHA
London, Sept. 4. A dispatch from
Capo Town sa)H
The forces of Colonels Scobcll and
Dorau have driven General Botha into
tho Mortimer division, Nearly all of
General Botha's horsca are In an ex
hausted condition and fully one-quarter
of his commando Is dismounted.
General Botha, unfortunately for tho
llrltlsli, captured t,rty remounts.
Tho Doer Invaders nro threatening
SCuurbruk Pass, Cape Colony, which
commands Svvcllenilam. TIiIb place Is
well defended, however, und It s not
likely Hint the Boers will attempt to
enter tho town.
SIMPLICITY OF SCIENCE.
Sclcnco Is nlwnys simple. It's only
quackery that Juggles with Jargon.
Medical treatment ot tho past dealt
with "simples," tho puro vegetable
remedies provided by nature. Sagwa
Is compounded ot simples. It Is pure
ly vegetable. It Is scientific, because
It is based on tho known curative pro
perties of the herbs, roots, barks and
gums which It contains. It Is the
wero killed nnd four wounded, nnd tho ( most efficient, blood purifier and b ood
rest, who surrendered and took
oath of neutrality, wero released
There Is no Kamllv Medlclno bo fa
vorably known a PAIN-KILLER. For
slxt) Jems It Ins hem used by Mis
slonnrliH In all parts of tho world, noi
only to counteract tho climatic In
liunces on their families, but for tho
euro of nil diseases of the bowclB, and
for wounds, burns, bruises, itc. Avoid
substitutes, there Is hut ono Pnln-KIII-er,
Perrv Davis': Price Sue and SOc.
House, 1219 Port St.
II.SU per week up.
builder known. Ninety per cent of
diseases nro curablo by the prompt
nnd proper uso of Sagwa. It expels
from the blood all corrupting and cor
roding elements nnd builds up a now
body with new blood. There Is no
substitute for Klckapoo Indian Sag
wa. Hobron Drug Co., agents tor the
Klckapoo Indian Remedies.
Fresh Meats and Pish
by Every Steamer
From the Coast that lias Cold Storage. ( v
Choice Beef, Veal. Mutton,
fl Lamb and Pork always
4lso Poultry, Salmon and Halibut.
FOR 8ALB AT
The Metropolitan Market, King St., Tel. 4$.
The Booth, Fishmarket, Telephone 379.
Central Market. Nuuanu St.. Telephone 104.
THE GERMANS LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
OF NhW YORK.
Paid to Policy Holders since ifcoo for Death Claims, J24, 371,469.6s
For Matured Policies 7,507,608.37
DlvlJenJsand Surrenders 13,699, 134.57
Those who anpreciate the
cla-s of photoi;nph;c work
MISS CAROLINE HASKINS
are cordially invited to inspect
specimens of her skill in her
reception room at the rear of
Art Stoie and
120 Hotel St.
Manager for Haw vllan Isl-nJs.
THE ORIENTAL LIFE INSURANCE CO,, LTD.
J. P. McCOY, IVcaltlcnt,
CAPITAL STOCK $200,000.00.
Tho only insurance company In tho world Issuing policies In both tho
HNOLISH and CHINi:Si: languages.
Policies contain nil modern advantages of tho endowment and other
forms issued by tho leading Amerleui companies.
tJoverned by tho safest Insurance systems. Tho pioneer Chlneso-Amerl-can
TEL. MAIN 75.
HOME OFFICE, 301-302 Stangenwild Building, Honolulu. T. H.
Gen. Haffner, manufacturing Jeweler,
has removed to 184 Hotel street, where
he will bo pleased to meet ills old cus
GOO KIM, 1116 Nuuanu St.
1 New Line ot Europenn GoocIh.
Gcntlemen'H, LmiIIch' nnd Cltllilrcn'H HntH.
1 ChtneHe Grout Linen, nil coIoph.
DrcHH G001U, Pongee Silks.
J MBRCHAN r TAILOR,
A large variety of cloths made up In the
P. O. Box wj.
( THE OLDEST CHi. E FIRM IN HONOLULU.
' COMMISSION IVCHSK.OHA.lSrTS.
Dlr In Flo. Sllki nl Grin Llnmi. Cblntw u4 Jtpiotl. Gool ol All Kllli.
i lo-in Nuu.nu itfMl
The Bulletin, 75cts. per month
I wffl Mm Raping the grain I
mrJXA'Im iWVVf;39H from which the world renowned Cyrus
"-r B?XC Sf i llV Wi'lu7A Nob,e wW,key is dis,llled- I
' . lyk A W I mktJWM Nothing but the finest grade of corn or
sx. L MkwXrf I WMVMA rye is used.
K P"aL siB! Wlt lk L 0H No expense is spared in its distillation.
L am. S Zl&rUmKEZ I. V - mMfM Vh 'fr ' MX ! That U whv it has been the leader all over
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.m -imkmSWh iWffl $X I wfiPN ,l i$ s",x years ln wood before bol,lins- m
mSMgmMM IWVCS1 llbpur..nd honest. I
VnBHHH UwJmM A great aid to digestion. I
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Chorus of Stittchcr Bearers; "I say, are we there?"
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