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EVF.NiNO BULLETIN, HONOLULU. H. T., WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 25, 1901.
Vj . Denlson oh Designer.
'' firo. P. Denlson, superintendent of
Hie O, 11, & 1.. Co., stnjcd home on Re
gatta Day nnd designed In cardboard a
yiddlo stirrup for his own lisp. He
live the design Into the hands of Wll
yim McLaren, foreman moulder nt the
tall way car shops, who promptly hand
ed It oit to the pattern maker. Yes
terday afternoon the design was cast
In Kim metal nt the railway brass foun
dry, it Is n pretty article, showing a
linrpllke figure on the outside.
FOR SALE EVERYWHERE!
La Insular of America"
Trade Iflark Registered and owned by DaVID LAWRENCE & COMPANY.
We have gathered up the remnants
from all over the store and thrown
them into the bargain baskets. Long
ends, short endsand all kinds of ends
of beautiful goods, to be cleared out
regardless of cost. : : :
Come ea'ly and get a great bargain.
New and pretty designs of the latest
novelties of DOTTEDCASHMORES,
the stylish fabric for shirtwaists and
wrappers. : : : : :
Come and see all the latest novelties
in Wool Dress Goods and Ladles'
Skirtings in fancy figures and ,
plaids. : : : :
For the little babies, v.oluve White
Wool Goods with Silk Stripes.
Sachs' Dry Goods Co., Ltd,
Agents for Sterling
Angle Lamp Co.
Alsen Cemen t
Giant Powder Co.
and Roche Harbor
Lime. : : ;
A LARGE SHIPMENT
Buckets and Tubs
Agate and Tinware
Lamps and Shelf Hardware
Trunks and Dress Suit Cases
THEO. H. DA VIES & CO., Ltd.
Theodore Iloosevelt, now Presidents
of the United States, was born In New J
York illy on October 27, 1858, so he Is
nearly fort-three jenrs.old.
Ills father, who bore the. same name.
was n mere bunt and philanthropist
and of Knickerbocker stock. lllsi
mother whs descended from Archibald
Dullock, first I'lesldent of Georgia In
In his jouth he wns a puny lad, hut
by exercise and ligld care of lilmsclfi
he developed into nn athlete.
Ills preparation for college was by
tutois and In private schools. He en
tered llarvnrd with the class of 1KS0
and nns duly graduated In that year,
Then he took a short trip through Eu-
rope to finish off his education.
Kvturnlm; to America he Jumpei
right Into polities , after mm hiding
that i,e iiiii not lure to piocccil with
.the studj of the law. I
in 1881 he was elected to the N v
Voik ssembly on the Hcpuhllinn tick
et from the Twenty-fitst District, a
New York city district, and he was,
During his first two terms the Lcgls
latiire was Democratic, but lie became
(lie minority leader of the Cities' Com
In his third term he was n candidate,
lor Speaker, the Legislature being" He
publican, but was defeated nnd had to
nntent himself with the Chairmanship
of the Cities' Committee, whe c no
worked out sonic reforms In New York
He was duly Inaugurated March 1th
of this )cnr, and so will have until
March 4, lA, to sine ns President.
President Roosevelt hns been a
voluminous writer, his best known
publications being "Nnnl History ofl
I8t2," "Hunting Trips of n Hunch
man," "The Winning of the West.'
Life of Other Cromwell." "The Wll
lerness Hunter," "American Ideals,'
"The Uoiigli Itlders" uud "The Strcuu
He was opposed to Seerctarj Alger,
mil In not much liked b) Senator Han
na or tienator Thomas Piatt.
No younger man has eer occupied
(he Presidential chair.
IN SORROW AT NEWS i
OF PRESIDENT'S DEATH
IJudge Gear Pronounces Eulogy oc
McKinlcy With Whom Ue
Had Enjoyed Intimate
AT lllll ,
Doctors now disagree!
New York, Sept. 13. The World ha
this from Riiffalo: The disagreement
among the doctors, foreshadowed lu
the World this morning, broke nut to
day. It promises to be a bitter, and
perhaps, ccn scandalous public con
Drs. Alunn, Parke. Mynter nnd Wn
din disagree among tbemsehes ns to
surgical nnd medical points In the
case. They agree nt only one point.
They all say that Dr. Mclliiriicy ol
New York wns directly responsible for
the public impression that Piesldent
McKlnley was certain to get well. They
all my that from the tlrst moment uf
cltv tiolltlcs "' nrpcarancc in tlie case lie was moy
ITnon ml Irllli? fmni tlin I.ii?t,chiflirt TO
Judge dear was sitting In the Clr
rult Court wlicn be received die news
)f the death of the resident. I'orth
with he adjourned court with the ful
'I he Court will statu that It lias
HAWAIIAN TOBACCO CO., Ltd.,
Corner .Merchant unci Nuuunu Sts.,
nlwo HOTtiU ST., oppciHlto Bethef.
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It was the scoil fortune of the Court? W.feJ'" ' ' M3-,. !& , t R W
.ohae known i-resident MrKlnlsy. tuj , Jl W "J JmnjJZ tOt$ "U - Qig-0h. I
aae met hlui on sescral occasious.jg II IllVi - '. HMlR ' ' J i ' rJi
and sometlincs to have veen him nsll U III ,i3 , h---(.' n ' "i BLWA
m':' win ' )&
im,u n m. 4 . vfi
i mm tnvjf. - - zt
J Nr'r L t '
wzm wzz.k tar; '
i vrmih (. : $-zrm?
pllmlhtlc; tint contrary to his Invari
able custom In the past he saw nnd
talked freely w Ith newspaper inc n and
cae them (list optimistic mid then
pmltln assurances thnt President Me-
Klnley would get well, Thej say that
It was nt Ills suggestion that McKlnlc)
few men haw bnn allowed to see him
I dicmcd mjtelf fortunate nbme many
others bj reason of the fact of )in lug
been so close to one who was the head
i the Nation
".My hiving conversed with III in on
.rany jirlxntc mutters in his own prl
rnie room gat me nie opportunity of
ob3erlng his dexotlon to Ills wife nnd
to be tniprestcd wiu. the fact Hint his1
nature was one only of Ioelltiess, the
nature of one that no mail, .loweve:
nuan or debused, it seemed to me.
could eur tulnk o( harming lu mi)
'President McKlnlej wiib i louible
"tic was our President, and to he
President of the i nlicd Stales In iuj
npliiloii, i the greatest nonor In the
'"I he news that Itns come today that
the biiot that w i fired by tlie hand of
the nsiatslu hat done its feaiful worli
he bought a ranch In Noith Dakota,
where .ie spent Ills acntlon and gain
cd a iiiine as n hunter of big game.
In 1S8I he went to the Hepubllc.in
National Conwntlon as a delegate nt
laise. Rllimortlni: the Presidential an
Ihliirv of .Uetmiiic (lent-.-r. V iMminnla HR'as glten solid fond on I liuisday miiisanil mat tile President Is dead I learn
" " " .. . . . . ... v ..... . . .
fn ISSU he was the Itepubllinn nonil-j""" '"' ll"ne ? ""l posmxejiiiu wun great re0'iet ami deep sorrow.
nee for Muwir ir N,.w Viirrf hni ... stateincut (this was on Thursdaj Just,! 1 rerelicd tm appoliiinieiit, like
defeated by Alirani S Hewitt Jbefore he left) that Mr MuKllilv'rKotlieiit In this Terrltorj. from President
In WM Piesldent llairlson npiKilntril lwn""i icruiiniy gei wen.
ihlm a Civil Service Coninilssioner. i n H "roaniy united In n nulTalo
lie leslgned the Clll Senile Com t"P'-,-,"' mat J. I'lcrpont Jloigan Indue-nl-doiieishlp
In May, JW., and 1jo-'Jr'' "''- Melluincy to gle out oMlinlstlv'l
sme President of the Hoard of Pollen 'ntemeuts concerning Piesldent Mc
iCeiimnlssloncis of New York city, llnlcy s inndltlnn..
where he strictly enfotced the Hiindaj '
laws. HIS LIPF. INSUIIANCIi.
In Apill. 1S37, he wns appoliltCil As-J
slstant Secretary of the Naiy and took I New York, Sept. 13. That Prrsldeul
in in the pal t lu pieparlng for the war .McKlnley expected to Ihc for nuiu
ultli Siiatii, Eyears and had every reason for so
Having been a member of the eighth thinking Is evidenced from the Insiir
Regiment, National Ouaril of New rnee he carried on his life In favor ol
Yoik. from 18S1 to ISss he Knew some- Ills wife. Only a few weeks ago, II
"If jou don't unit u'aiikcy lo get the bcl of you, jou i.-.ut get
the btt of whiskey."
" 1 do lady, lut'whcn a fellow's only got a nuke' lie can't buy
DP, riiNTION CAMf CLAIM.
Japanese who worked nt the drill
A beautiful nnd dainty asbortrntnt.
We would like to have you call and
inspect tliis stock. : : : : :
14 Hotel Street, ncur Nuumiii.
General Merchnndtsd Dry Goods, Gpocerien.
.Japanese Provisions, etc.
MAGOON BLOCK, A1EHOITAAT hTREET.
:s . o. Boar 8S6 nisTa-lia. air
thing of military service, nnil Ills ranch ,ran be said on good authority
life lu Dakota hail put him in touch krhiugeil a ntralght life Insurance policy
with the cowbojs. So he oilgliuttc.l of J.'U.OOO for a twenty eai' endowment
the Idea of a leglment of Hough Itlders.iTr.olIey. He carried this In one of the
Willi Dr Leonard Wood he organlz-iblg New York companies
eil this leglment. became its l.lcutciinntf It was nnnoiiuird by an other Insur-
iColouel, nnd whs well to the fore In .tine company that Its agents had pal.lj
cue unuiitsrniie or i.as eiuasiinas, .nine ,uy cii'ih on naiiiruay in .virs. .mckiii
l 18'el, and in elm storming of Sun Mey a policy culling for l".,000. He
lium hill In front of Santiago on duly .ports that the President carried In
1st of that ear. fisurnnce amounting to $200.11011 or moio
When Colonel Wooil bee-inn llilga- nre not credited by leading Insurance
Her (leiieral, Hoosevelt becainii Col- .men In this city. Seveial expel Is yi's
onel of the Hough llldeifi. I lo was Jcrehiy placed the total amount nt not
mentioned In icportsfor gallant imii-Imore than ?;r.,000.
duct In battle and the cue of his men.
He signed llio famous "Hound Hobln
and came homo wlcn h.s regiment In
On .September '!', 18H8, the Hepiibll- slu'il detention camp have assigned u
cans noiuliiated him for (iovernor of claim for labor to a fellow cuuntry
New York, and ho was elected oer man. who has brought stilt against Dr
.MIgustus Vah Wick. He served a two C. II. Wood, rornier Mlnluter nr Vnr.
.J ear term. feign Affairs 11. K. Cooper and Chester
in IbU') Columbia College' icmfeired Doyle to lecover tho sum of 111,000
11 him tho elegreo of 1. 1.. I). Dr. Wood was piesldent of the Hoard
At Philadelphia on .liiuc -Jl, 1900, the of Health when the camp was Instl-!
Ilcpiibllnin .Nntlcmal Convention forced tuted. Mr. Cooper had general charge
upon nun mo nomination ror Vlco or tne camp, with Chester Do-tle a
Piesiiient. Jmnnngei Inside. Mr l)ole accepted
He inadu nn entcnded and at timet tho labor of the Jatmnese Inmates as'
stormy stumping tour and was elected votuutar), they being supplied with1
over Adlal .Stevenson by ;'J2 electoral abundance of food, clothing and be-d-votes
to I.V., "'ding duilnir their detention.
by tlie lawjers .veali'iday This lefi
red to Improvements placed upon
-JlrjseholtlH by tenants. The Commission
Kinm piuvioiiBiy ruled thai In nil cam
p.wheie a tciunt claimed on Improvo
Jfmruts, n waiver of all elalm tlivieou
by the landlonl must be filed.
Mr. Illgelovv, repiesen iiig a Japan-
c:e claimant on this occasion, con
teiideil that unless otherwlsn stipulated
n the lease the piopiletorshln am!
Question of Immovemenls by TenantsT'1-;;' 'h';r! ;" f -;
T r J Jlmi ills vested ubsoluttdy In the tenant.
Wil Be Considered Dy
McKlnley. and I should e thankful
il.ai the power U so vested lu me that!
I ran adjoin n out of respect to the
nifmorj of President McKlnley
i Ills Comt theieforei stiuids nd-
louineil, until Thursday mo-nlng .U
:S0 oVltiik. The clerk's olllce will he
lisid until thnt time and all Jurors
lie excused until the same hour,
Wta, Ho6pll, better itnown lo the
,'ollc" as "llarefooted IIIII," was arrest
ed on the Pacific Mall wtiari ji'stenlny
lust as the trar.spoit Warren was haul
Ing alongside the Navy dock.
The police had been after Hoopll fori
many days and were after him hotter
(ban ever jesterday. His old haunts
had been visited but he was nowhere
lo be found,
He was seen by a special nlllcei' nt
the place mentioned and the deput)
eheilff was telephoned fur, 1'pon Mr
lillllngHeii th's approach, Hoopll
lodged behind a pile of lumber but he
ss seen and Dually gave himself up
On the way to the polled station, tlir
Hlsoner demanded to know (he eausi
jf bis arrest and when told he w.i?
suspected of hnvlug done some little
Jobs" In the city recently, he smiled
1 1 1 e 1 huh! "Welt, ou'll have to prove
ivci) thing." Among other thing
found on Hoopll was a splendid gold
W. C. Peacock & Co., Ltd,,
ALAKBA ST., NEAR KING.
Everything Very Touching.
Beautiful garden scene containing coffee trees in full bearing, bananas
ana pineapples, an insue. bvcvbodv invited.
lift iiuifs ie
GOO KIM, IH6 Nutisnu St.
New Line of European GooiIh.
Gentlemen'-, LndlcH and Children' llatit.
ChlncKC GrntvH Linen, all colore.
DrcH Gooelet, Ponjvee Silks.
MBRCHAN r TAILOR,
A lame variety of cloths' nude up In the
. P. o, BOI M1, Til. lJ.
j "vxrrca. 7vo chan
' THE OLDEST CH. SE FIRM IN HONOLULU.
Dtlri to Flat SKIM in4 Grtti Linen i, Cbtncit d4 Jf plot m Goods or All KIqIi
fiiMii Wuiunu trt
i - -.,- .,.-..-. ii i
The Bulletin, 75cts. per month
AGMIEfiATe NEARLY THREE
AND A QUARTER MILLION
At the time of Lincoln's as?:issliM
'.Ion a mourning banner hung upon thr
Wtsld" of one of .New York's gleal
'imluifs houses bore the following Im
"rcjslve Inscription. It Is fuinlshedi
n the Ilulb tut now b James Hurlght
lio having scn preserved the vvord
thcie moiv than thirty -six jenrs, as'
lppioprlale to the present overwhelm
lug sot row:
'Weep, yeut i mis Nation weep
The tad, the swift removal of him
vvhem heavens Indulgence sent
w to heaven aie thou tied
Vtul left this Nation In a flood of,
Metropolitan Meat Co.,
Fresh Meats and Fish
by Every Steamer
From tlie Coast that has Cold Storage.
Choice Beef, Veal. Mutton,
Lamb and Pork always
Vleo Poultry, Salmon and Halibut.
FOR SALB AT
The Metropolitan Market, King St., Tel. 45.
1 he Booth, Fishmarket, Telephone 379.
Central Market. Nuuanu St., Telephone 104.
Hawaiian EngineeriDg and Construction Co.
ROOMS 50S, 509.
O. BOX S34.
510 STANGEMWALD BUILDING.
' TEL. MAIN 7c
.Mr, Douthltt for the government
aigued to the contrary.
Chairman r. V. Macfurlane s.tld he
had always been nnilei the Impression'
that Improvements fell to the landlord!
Bon the expiration of the lease except
Kvvhtro It was expressly sftpulatcd oth
When the time limit for receiving .crwlse In the agreement. However, he
Ulins arising out of tho plague ri'Seiinsented that tho Commission should
of 1900 expired at 1 p. in. yesterdny.Tllakn the question Into consideration
lie ntBregntc amount of the total of Jupoii briefs to be subfiled by both
ibout G7&9 reached 1.1c figure of 3,-x sides.
200,000, The I.eglslaturo appropriated J
11,500 000 fur tho pajmcut of neljinll-j A vholo Ifill.in glil'H boirdliml
,cated claims. yochool has been Imprlconcd for smug-
An) 1111c who huti followed tliu pto-nling nt Miisltanlio on tho Swiss fiom
ceedlngs of the Klrc t'lulms ('omnils-itlei. The teachers vveio In the lubitl
slon will have the relieving convlc-fof taking tho foity gins out on daily!
Hon that when the awards are tiiudustr.unjis In pioc.esslon, walking two nnd
tho iimount of claims will huvo bcenfitwo. The walks led so often over the!
largely 1 educed hlovv tlielr origlnal;hoider that the Custom llnuao author!
footing. Whether they will .ipjiroxl-fctlcs bocatno suspicions, stopped and ex-
uwto tho sum approprlatud, hontjver,.fn" led tho young women, and found!
remain, to bo seen. Ethelr clothc3 full Of elg.irs, clgnrettesj
What wan by no mi'ans a new cities-land tobacco, They h.no flguret! outl
tlon before the Commission was nudojjtlnt they have amiiKgltd In ISO.OOOl
thu subject of strenuous lontrovcrsyjjvvrrtli of foibidden goods.
nUILDING DIDN'T SliTTLB.
The breaking of the temporary sheet
jf plate glu.4 lu the .Mclntjro ImildluK,
wad not euusrd by tho settling, uf the
Uructure, llils would have been Im
legible as the foundation rt 011 solid
oiJJ it appears iim glass was 11 close
tit itid the slight coutiactlon of the
1 l. 1. 1
lllll CImIDU uiejhu It,
All classes of nnglneerln. Work solicited; nxamlnatlons, Survoys nnd Re
mrts mado for any class of Waterworks, Steam and lliectrlo Construction;
'Inns nnd Specifications and Kstlmales 1'iepared, and Constriction Superln
ended, In all branches of Engineering Work: Contracts solicited fir null.
oatli, Klcctrlc and Steam; Tunnels, Bridges. Buildings, Hlghev-ayg, Founda
lons. Piers, Wharves, etc.
Special attention given to Examinations, Valuations, and rteDort- aJ
Properties for Investment purposes.
W. It. CASTLH Jfl.
FltEDCWCK J. AMWHO. M. AM. Soc C. B.,
Engineer and Manager.
Secretary and Treasurer.
HE GERffliM LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
OH NEW YOltK,
Paid to Policy Holders since 1860 for Death Claims. f24.171.460.Gs '
For Maturrd Policies 7,507,608.17 r
rl wl.4nil: .nri Citrrni1p - fi. .-. '
Tho Grippe This ean be avoided liyj
aklng teusponnful eloses of I'AIN-
'(II.I.EII lu hot water sweetened, ail
veil as by eMernnl applleattou, full ill-
eetlons are on each bottle. A bottle ofl
I'.ilii-Klller kept In the houso will prove
alu.ildo not only for tlin Orlppo, btitf
for ordinary eouglis and colds. Avoldf
iilbsllttitcs, theio Is but onu I'aln-Klll-
r, l'en D.nla'. I'rlco 2oc. and 50c.
Ntanjcer fnr Hawaiian Islands.
Tho weekly edition of tho Evening
tulhtlu gives a complete summary of;
ho ncv.ii cf the day.
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