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nVLNINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, H. T TUESDAY, SEPT. 24, HOI.
FOB SALE EVERYWHERE!
La Insular of America
Trade Mark Registered and owned by DAVID LAWRENCE & COMPANY.
CATHOLICS MAKE SHOWING
OF EXCELLENT WORK DONE
Letter of Secretary to Bishop Organi
zation Is Only Two Years Old
Bnt It Has Done
We have gathered up the remnants
from all over the store and thrown
them Into the bargain baskets. Long
ends, short ends and all kinds of ends
of beautiful goods, to be cleared out
regardless of cost. : : ':
Come eaily and get a great bargain.
ii nn w BESTJH-.CIGARS
SENATE WILL ACCEPT
Framed on General Line Proposed by
Senate Last Session-Great
' Britain Wants
HAWAIIAN TOBACCO CO., Ltd.,
Corner Merchant and Nuunnu 8ta.t
nlsso HOTEL. ST., opposslts Berths!.
Kew'and pretty designs of the latest ,, .
novelties of DOTTEDCASHMERES, V
the stylish fabric for shirtwaists and
.wrappers. : : : : :
Come and see all the latest novelties
J in Wool Dress floods and Ladles'
Skirtings In fancy figures and
plaids. : : : : :
For the little babies, we have Whlie
Wool dootls with Silk Stripes.
Sachs' Dry Goods , Co., Ltd,
M M I M I
Agents for Sterling
Angle Lamp Co.
Olant Powder Co.
and Roche Harbor
Lime. : : ;
A LARGE SHIPMENT
Backets aid Tibs
Agate aid Tinware
Lamps aid Shelf Hardware
Trunks aid Dress Slit Cases
1THEO. H. DAVIES & CO., Ltd.
The reports of tho secretary ntnf of
the financial committee of the work
done, since the Inception of the Cath
olic UcneNolent Society about two
ears ago, hae been completed. They
lire as follows:
Honolulu. Juno 30, 1900.
To Ills I-onlshlp, the Illshop of Pan-
opolis, the Officers and Members ot
the C. B. U.:
Jly Lord and Gentlemen: Tho first
j tor of the existence of the Catholic
Bcneolcnt Union having been com
ptetcd, 1 herewith present my report,
as your secretary for that time.
Our first regular meeting took place
on July 10, 1899, and there nvo been
a total of nineteen regular and two
special meetings during the year, who
an average attendance of thirty-seven
members. Our arter list closed with
170 names thereon; of this number
seventeen havo been stricken oft for
failing to pay the required fees, and
two have died, leaving total number of
charter members tal.
Admitted to membership, S2; ot these
one has died, leaving total number ot
The following donations have been
recelwd during the year: From Geo.
Trimble. IS; C. J. McCarthy, 13; II,
ttackfeld & Co., $1,900: Mons. II.
Moot, Consul for France, 19; and from
tho Sociodnde do .Ksplrlto S.into, ISO.
On September 22, 1S9. an entertain
ment was ghen at the St. Louis Col
lege Hall, for the benefit of our Union,
and no realized therobj tho tiandioras
sum of $130.
On December 11. 1899, wo met for the
first time in our new hail' and the
vtcnlng was dewited to appropriate
exercises, n quartet from tho Ilrothent
of the St, Louis College added much tu
the pleasure of tho evening. Another
pleasant feature of the cenlng wns
tho presence of some United States sol
diers on their nay to Manllu, on the
United States transport Hancock.
Tho only amendment to our by-laws
found necessary was changing the'
number of a quorum from twenty-lit c
to fifteen members, which was adopted
at our last meeting.
Ucsldes the donations spoken of be
fore, the Union has receltcd from Ju
lius Asch the gat elf used by. our Presi
dent; from Judge A. 8. Humphreys tho
piano which graces our, hall: from V
C. Betters the silver plate on the
piano, setting forth In I(h Inscription
who tho donor is and lastly, the silt or
badge to be worn by the sergcant-at-
arms, from our financial secretary, A
That the Union has carried out tho
objects for which It was organized
cannot lie doubted, and Is evidenced by ,
me iurge nunmer or poor anu neeuy
who havo been assisted during the
year, and we may well be proud of tho
fact that our Union was the first so
ciety to so substantially aid the Home
for Incurables, .
Trusting that tho Union may have as
" A beautiful and dainty assortment.
Washington, Sept. 10. It would ap
pear to bo quite probable that, shortly
aftep Congreis convenes next Decem
ber, tne rrosidenl win bo able to trans
mit to tho Senate an agreement with
Great Britain touching the proposed
Nlcnraguan canal, which that body can
ratify without difficulty. That means
tbnt there arc Indications that th!
British (lovcrnment, after refusing to
accept tho amended Hsy-PauncefoH
treaty, w ill agree , to a new Instru
ment that will substantially cover
satisfactorily nil the objections raised
to the Huy-Pnuncefote treaty by tho
The coarser groined Individual, who
delights to contemplato the supreme
power ot his nation, will call this a
"Ilrltlth backdown," smd gloat accord
ingly, It'wlll limply mean, however,
that Great Britain realizing that
friendly relations with the' United
States are of prime Importance, that
an isthmian canal wilt bo constructed
sooner or later and be ot benefit to
all maritime nations, has discovered It
to be wise to practically assent to
every proposition whlih the Senate
holds Important, Doubtless tho treaty
will be so dlfTerenty phrased as to bo
called a hew Instrument, but It wilt
cover practically the same ground. It
Is understood, as the Hay-Paunccfote
treaty did aftir being amended by the
Secretary Hay was deeply chagrined
at the way In whlih tho Hay-Hahnce-
fotc treaty wns amended by tho Sen
ate, but he rcillzed, as does Lord
Pouncefote, that' the Senate Is really
tun treaty making power. The Execu
tlo will propose but the Senate dis
pose. Lord Puunicfoto has learned this
through. having the arbitration treaty,
a dream of Mr. Cleveland, and the
Hny-I'uuncefiite treaty destroyed by
the Senate. Lord Pauncefotc haH been
In the United Mates as a Minister, and
later us Ambassador, so lorfg that lie Is
In touch with tho sentiments and pre
judices of the American people. When
he reached London' on his location ho
undoubtedly told the Foreign Offlie
that American sentiment would not
agree to any radical departure from the
Hay-Pauncefotu treaty as amended by
the Benate, and that the 'disposition, of
the people Is so pronounced on thlu
subject that the abrogation of tho
Clayton-Bulwur treaty, with all Its
possibilities of irritation, was sure to
follow at tho next Senato session un
less some new agreement, following
substantially the provisions of the
amended treaty, were made.
Clreut Britain would havo been an
gered by the abrogation of the Clay-
ton-Bulwer treaty, though knowing
that precedent permits such abrogation
but she would have taken no extreme
action. She realizes, as does the Presi
dent, the Importance of an amicable
agreement, and tho probability that
such an agreement will be reached Is
simply an exhibition of Hjltlsh good
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"Hjou don't aut hikcy to get the best of jcu, jou mitt get
the beit of uhitVt "
'"1 dthdy, but when a fellow' oaly got a nickel he can't buy
W. C. Peacock & Co., Ltd,, CCBU.
successful a year before It as the one m'- on(l K wln ralculated to pro
Iiib ei'n,i nn,i that nil Itu rn.miu.ru nioto friendly feelings. In her Isota
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We would like to have you call and
Inspect this stock. : : : : :
14 Hotel 8trcct, nenr Nuunnu.
General Merchandise, Dry Goods. Groceries. .
Japanese Provisions, etc...........
MAQOON BLOCK, MERCHANT hTREET.
S3 . 0- Boas 886 alalia, gift
GOO KIM, 1116 Nuuanu St.
' New Line ot European Goods. v
Gcntlcmen'et, LadleH ind Children's Hats.
Chinese Grass LInco, all colors.
Dress Goods, Pongee Silks.
IMBRCHAN I TAILOR, A large variety of cloths made up In the
P, o. Box wi. Tsi. ll.
THE OLDEST CHi. 3E FIRM IN HONOLULU.
DmUf, Is Hit Silks 4 Grin Unwii. Chlntii uti JiptniM Cool ol All Klati.
i-it Wuutau ttf mi
will help along the good work so well
begun, is tho earnest wish ot
Your obedient servant,
JOH.NNE3 F. ECKAHDT.
r Honolulu, Septi 21, 1901.
To tho Offlcers and Members of the
Pnthnll,. tlnnni nlntit ITnln.1
As a committee of one to examine ""providing for the starting of the
the condition of tho Union, 1 beg leave ork n the proposed Nlcaraguan,ca.
to submit tho annexed report. I tlnd ""' ' ",e nfxt Congress at Its ap
nn mmmrhnn nf th innb. ,,f thn xn. proathing session, afo very good. Those
rlnil. nlfl.er. Iht their neemmt- nr.. Influenced by the Opposition Of ttlO
whul tin a liuan itnnn .In tl . flirt unat
ieaT i probably, bo without tho excuse for
Hon and in tho loss of prestige through
the mismanagement of the South Afri
can war. Great Britain wants American
friendship more than ever before, and
the wiser and more patriotic American
statesmen aro willing to bo friendly,
without making excessive demonstra
tions or betomlng anglomanlacs.
The prospects for the passage of a
ALAKBA ST., NEAR KING.
Everything Very Touching.
Beautiful garden scene containing coffee trees in full bearing, bananas
andpine.ipples. all Inside. Evcybody Invited.
Metropolitan Meat Co.,
Fresh Meats and Pish qi
by Every Steamer
From the Coast that has Cold Storage.
Choice Beef, Veal, Mutton,
A Lamb and Pork always
Also Poultry, Salmon and Halibut.
mtcrs tnai tneir accounts aro ;, -- - - - "-
and my report shows In brief trans-contlnentnl railroads and by the
ms been done during-the past claims for tho Panama route will,
non-action that we ennnot do anything
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until Great Brltnln Is reach. The
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wn'ITvi inlpnnT up tup citii trans-iontluental railroads are power
OLIO Bi:.NF.VOLENT U.N'IOK FOR ,uI n"11 moro ln"CI"lal. Politically.
TIIK YKAR ENDING JULY 8. 1901. f nt0,thf ",cw lommunlty of Interest
nni .... i,,,.,,i ih.mi,c I'lta has placed most railroads on a
Dues lollcctetl .... ,!!!!.'.'!!'. 079.C0 amlcublo footing, but with u now agree
Donuttons 11. HO
Cash reo'd from entertainments 123 r0
I . The Bulletin, 75cts. per month
Amount given for distress, In-
eluding ?100 donation bent to
Galveston $ T87.S0
Running expenses for ono car H9.80
On deposit In First Nat'l Bank 300.00
linn out at 10 per cent Interest 1200.00
FOR 6ALB AT
The Metropolitan Market, King St., Tel. 4$.
The Booth, FJshmarket, Telephone 379,
Central Market, Nuuanu St., Telephone 104.
ment with Great llrltuln they will.
probably, bo unable to overcome, tho
popular demand for an Isthniian canal.
(ostly though It be, which, It Is bollcv
td, wtl be of such benefit to rommer
Jewish People Meet.""
On Sunday next, there will bo 4
meeting of the Jewish citizens of Ho-
'nolulu for tho purpose of talking oet
12437.30 the punhaso of a piece of land for a
Cash In bands of Treasurer.... 33.83 burial plaiv.
In First National Hank subject The 'Atonrment Day 6orvles at
to joint check of president I Progress hall yesterday worn con-
Bnd Treasurer 300..0- ducted by Rabbi Mojen S, Mitthors
' lellvered a brief addiesi which nus In
S 333.S5 the nature of an appeal to tho Jewish
NumMr of charitable bequests I residents of Honolulu for a more do-
durlng year ' iw vout observance of their religion.
Number of persons sent to . ...
Malnlandfor health during
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