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EVENING UULLETIN, HONOLULU, 11, T., THURSDAY, SEPT. V,, 1301.
FOR SALE EVERYWHERE !
La Insular of America
Trade Mark Registered and owned by DAVID LAWRENCE r COMPANY.
ON SATURDAY MORNING
General Business Closing Outcome
of Meeting of Citizens Held
by Chambers of
We have gathered up the remnants
from all over the store and thrown
them Into the bargain basket. Long
ends, short endsand all kinds oi ends
of beautiful goods, to be cleared out
regardless of cost. : :
Come ently and git a great bargain.
New and pretty designs of the latest
novelties of DOTTEDCASHMERES,
the stylish fabric for shirtwaists and
wrappers. : : :
Come and see all the latest novelties
in Wool Dress dooel and Ladle'
Skirtings In fancy figures and
plaids. : : : : :
For the little babies, we have Whlie
Wool Ooods with Silk Stripes.
Sachs' Dry Goods Co., Ltd,
Uriel, though the notice wns, the
meeting under the auspices of the
Chamber of Comment, to consider ac
tion on tho part of the business com
munity with regard to tho death of
President McKlnley, crowded the hall
over Cattle & Cooke's offices at J
o'tlock jrstcrday afternoon.
V. (I. Irwin, president, and J. Gor
don Spencer, seuctnry, of the Cham
her of Commerce, took their scats nt
the table punctually. Others noticed
present were: J. II. Atherton, John
Una, 8. II. lto.o. F. M. Swnnry, V. A.
Kinney, Wnltir K. Dillingham. W. W.
Hall, C. M. Cooke. Hev. V. I). Wester-
velt. W. M Templeton, Arthur B.
Wood, P. C. Jones, Fred. W. Macfar
lane, Henry Wntcrhousc, J. A. Me
Candles. J. O. Carter Jr., .1. Mort Oat,
J. II. Fisher, W. Porter Iloyd. A. Mo
ron, II. M. Don', Ed. Stilts, John Kid
well, C. II. Wilson, C. Ilolte. Capt. John
Hops, Herman Focke, A. C, Lovcktn,
W. A. How en, J. M. Wehh, .las. Wake
neld, Thro. F. Illchards. John O. Iloth
a ell. M. P. Hohlnson. W. K. Fisher. (1
Ernest Thrum, E, Faxon Uhhnp, Lem
uel C. Abies. W. II. Charlock, I). F.
Thrum. O. .1. Wallet. Cecil llrown, W.
Pfotcnhaucr and L. L. MiCandlcss.
President Irwin. In ealllnit the meet
ing In order, announced thnt It was a COnfervv.
meeting of citizen, called to arrnng" (,, jt,,v
Meeting of Committee. i
Mr. Irwin was rhoten as chairman
of committee. Tho drafting of a tele-
ram was lommitted to Mr. Swnnzy
and the chairman, who prepared the
following which was adopted and sent i
hy the steamer Aorangi to the Secrc
tary of State: '
"The people of the Territory of Ila
wnll Join with all the States and Tci
rltorlcs of the Union In their expres
sion of Intense smpathy npon tho
death of our noble, President, and re
Bptctfully request ou to convey tr
Mrs. McKlnley and the late President s
family the heartfelt sjmputhy of Ha
wuII'b enllio community."
It was decided to lime the memorial
service In Kawalahao church at 10
o'clock Saturday morning, the gov
ernment to he notlHed hy the chairman
with H view tn having the hand play
outside tho church. All business
houses nre expected to close through
out the day.
Mr. Mutch was anpolnted a commit
ter of one for decoration of tlm
Jslr. Allen was given charge of ar
rangements, Including those for pro
gram and seating.
Mrs. Annls Montague Turner and
Theo. Illchards were nppnlnted tho
lommlttee on music.
For tne speakers the names were
mentioned of Governor Dole, Hev. II.
II. Parker for a Hawaiian nddres, the
lllshop of Panopolls. Itcv. Alex. Mack
intosh and. If he returned home In the
meantime, Hev. W. M. Klncald.
Another meeting of me committee
vein set for this morning.
.AT THU ,
HAWAIIAN TOBACCO CO., Ltd.,
Corner Merchant and Nuutinu St.,
also HOTEL ST., oppowlto Bothl.
Agents tor Sterling
Angle Lamp Co.
Giant Powder Co.
and Roche Harbor
Lime. : : ;
A LARGE SHIPMENT
Backets and Tubs
Agate and Tinware
Lamps and Shelf Hardware
Trunks and Dress Suit Cases
THEO. H. DAVIES fir CO., Ltd.
A beautiful and dainty assortment.
' I & -I
' 1 -J' re
At a meeting of the Ministerial
Union jestcrdny, plans for a public
meeting in memory of the late Presi
dent of the United States were talked
over. It was tlnally decided to await
the action of the buslnest men und the
following committee was appointed to
them- Itev. W. I). Wester
J. P. Erdmnn and II. C.
ror n puumc mining or expression oi i,r(lwlli Aftcr ,lir Meeting n the
londolence nnd sjmpathy upon the ru,,nl,or ... rmnll.r, v..tc rd.iv nfier.
great los which has come to the L'ult-1 ,,,, 0,)mmtlw, decided that, the
id States lu the death of the President. 1,,11,,1,Ka ,.. hnvlnt? tnken action.
There had been made, he said, a mis- tu,.ru wnM he no further need for .no
Kcstlon that there should be appointed ,n,t,,r to ,aj,B nct0n.
lommlttee to arrange ror a meeting' , .
such as wns held upon the occasion
of the death of the Queen, but that the Court Ciimoes,
meeyng was open for any suggestion At ,i,c rrKUnr meeting of Court Ca-
rrom any one. ,,, s,. SI 10. A. 0. P.. held Tuesday
P. C. Jones advised the appointment evening, nt San Antonio hall. M. C.
of n committee to in range n line f pneluco. I), II. C. It., assisted hy F.
common action, uml moved for a loin- w Woo ,. (- jl. j Ai (joimalvcs.
Diltteo of seven to be appolutid b the j, (. n j i(.a jr c. U.; J. P.
chair. Ilodrl les. L. F. Alvarez, L. H. Mldl-
Oto. It. Carter thought thnt the i, A pt,rr) Jt 0i t'orrea and J.
commltto should not only arrange lor , colto, Installed tne following offl-
memorial services, but for a jmlform rcri) fr tn(I ensuing term: "J. A. R.
plan of outward expression of sorrow, viern. C. R.; T. P. Mellro. 8. C. II.; M
Some houses had flags nt half must U silva.T.: J. P. I)Ias. F. S.i A. 11 R.
nnd ntheiB not, nnd It wns the same viern. It. S.: J. P. I)las, S. W.: A. F.
with the draping of business fronts. sla, j, w.: J. Marhado. S. II, nnd
Itev. W. II. Westervelt related the.v . Silvn. J. II.
course taken hy tlic Ministerial union
elsewhere reported. He approved of a
Miggestlou of Mr. MacfarUno that a
business day bhould he set apart for
memorial exercises, when nil busluesi,
should he suspended.
Mr. IlMiop suggested thnt the roni
mlttco to be appointed shouhl send a
telegram of condoleme to the Seire
tary of the Interior and perhaps to
Mis. McKlnley. by the stianier Aorangi
sailing at I o'clock that afternoon.
Mr. Swanzy spoke substantially ns
follows: "I desire to Join with Mr.
Atherton In seconding the resolution
prerenled by Mr. Joms. I think tho
news brought us jesterday has struck
n hard blow not onl) to this Territory
In,, tn ,.ll tlm Utntuu tin, I Tnrrttnplna
and a blow that Is felt nil over the . ""'j!;.""0:
world. President McKlnley has filled
the lofty position to which he wan
raised hy the people with highest pa-
rlotlsni, unblemished Inteigrlty und I
mots scrupulous honesty. Ho hns eamed
for himself the respect, ndmlintlon and '
love of many millions of people. Wn
might almost say that he shares with
WffltV'"!"v 52J b- iSm
u " M f !
il w, m L , s
i j i , " 1 ji-"'
"If )ou don't wnut wliukij to jet the Ut of ycu. vou uuit gt
the best of ulusLci "
' I do lady, but when a fellow "5 only gt a niclcel lie .Jn t bjy
W. C. Peacock & Co., Ltd,,
We would lila to have you call and
inspect this stock. : : : : :
I4' Hotel Street, nenr Nuunnu.
General Merchandise. Diy Goods, Groceries.
...Japanese Provisions, etc
MAGOOX BLOCK, MERCHANT STREET.
jp . O- Bos: 886 Jsulaa. 21B
Tlm I'aclfle Tennis Cluh commenced
Its Invitation men's doubles tourna
ment jei'fiday afternoon. The reiulu
were as follows:
K. It. Adams anil A. T. Ilrock de
feated fieorge navies mid II W An
derson. ti-I, 6-1.
M. A. Cheek and L. Nowell .lefeatP'l
J. Wnterhouse nnd S. 0. Wilder. S-C.
W. P. IHIIInghain and W. Iloth de
felted D. II. Hitchcock nnd W. II. Hah-
bltt, fl-3, fi-S.
C. II. Cooke nnd M. W. Alexander de
feated (!. II. Fuller nnd . Waicrhous.
The following games .Mil be playd
At 4 p. m. E. It. Adams and A. T
Hrock onalnst M. A. Cheek and L. No-
At 4-nn p. m. W. F. nilllnghaiu an I
W. Iloth ngnlnst C. II CVnkn and M
ALAKBA ST., NEAR KING.
Everything Very Touching.
Beautiful garden scene containing 'coffee tree-, in full bearing", bananas
and pineapples, all Inside. Evcybody invited.
Metropolitan Meat Co.,
Fresh Meats and Pish
by Every Steamer
From the Coast that has Cold Storage.
Choice Beef, Veal, Mutton,
Lamb and Pork always
Also Poultry, Salmon and Halibut
r.. ft-.. ........ t ..oft .. m r i ri.
Washington the joy of being first In "r'Zr'ZZ
it is "'"," ".:; ". .;. ;." ::" . ...
win uuienil iiii'ir inn- iiaiiini inu t.,,1-
tho hearts of his couutrjmen.
difficult to fathom tho sorrow tlut hns
gone ull over the world. The hand of
the assassin hns clone its deadly work
nnd it behooves us to express our sor
row for the public loss, nnd our sym
pathy with tliosn beside whose sorrow
ours Is Insignificant. The most ram
cstjitteinnce In our power. It must bo
sadlytnimltteil. will jet be futile to fill
the nihlng void."
Mi Spencer moved an nmenclnicn,1 'mil sen ono man under the Inline nco of
which Mr. Jones aucplcd. tint thu riiur. Wo nsked the cause from onu
lominltteo hnve nine members. Lf (be polkunan. stationed at the New
I President Irwin being requested to york Central ltallv. n depot, where
appoint tho tnmmltteo iiBked If It wer thousands of people tumo and go
.understood that II should represent tht every few minutes b) train, and his
ners of toiho's inatchts. The ladles of-
tlie Pacific Tcnls Cluli will dltpeiiK
light lefieshment on thnt afternoon
Rcntrnlnt tn Ppeetlnni.
Drink, drink, ull kinds every where
'and at nil hours. If ever there was
i'Hv of saloons It is Uuffulo. During
I cur three cl.id stay lu the cltj we did
11. ' ..... uAn ....A mn.i limlu. thu Ittllll, n.n tf
FOR SALB AT
The Metropolitan Market, King St., Tel. 45.
1 he Booth, Fishmarket, Telephone 379.
Central Market. Nutianu St., Telephone 104.
people of Honolulu regardless of na
tionality and need,
Mr. Jones answered: "I said thnt
aubvver was, In liatlulo evvrjtiiitig 1
fiee; when a man vvnntB u drink he
knows ho can get it, nnd he does not
GOO KIM, 1116 Nuuanu St.
New Line of Eui'openn Goodd.
Gentlemen'H, Ludlcn' and Chlldren'H HutH.
ChlncHC GrnKH Linen, nil colorH.
DrcHS GoocIn, Pongee HllkH.
A larce variety of cloths made up In tht
done In other cities surioundlng lluf
falo, wiieiii the authorities cndenvoi to
Uuffalo Is a noted beer garden und a
city where more patent medlcluis are
made than In any pthcr place of It
slie on the globe. Pan-American
Notes In Eastern Chronicle, New Olas-
P. O. B0 99S.
THE OLDEST CHi. ''SE FIRM IN HONOLULU.
D..I.K la Ft. Silks tnl Gnu Lln.m. CblMM n Jiw Ooolt ol All Kliii.
.,A-if Muu.nu tntti
The Bulletin, 75cts. per month
a representative committee, represent- j mnko n hog of himself as la generally
Ing overy tlnss."
The president then named tho fol
lowing committee, being requested by
motion to Include his own name: Iter.
W. D. Westervelt. D. Kanuha. Wm.
Mutch. W. V. Allen, J. D. Atherton. F.
M. Hatch. F. M, Swanzy, W. Pfoten
hiiuer and W. 0. Irwin.
Mr. Copke, the chair hav Ing Invited cow. N. 8,
suggestions, recommended that tho .
committee should meet nt once, as th . What a wonderful Discovery Is
mall closed at 3 o'clock. PAIN-KIUer! It not onl) cures the Ills
Mr. Abies thought the committee of the hiimnn family, but is also tho
should ask the Territorial Govern- suro remedy for horses with colic. It
ment to set apart on entire day for'hjs neer been known to fall In a ci.ro
...1.11. .i 1 i ............... Th. of the worst cases nnd for sprnlus,
public memorial observance. The , K(ll8 u never,fa,strjp tt onro.
government would be only too willing nirectiona nctompany each bottlo. Sold
to act with the citizens. by druggists generally. Avoid substl-
The committee was asked to remain tutes, there Is hut on I'nln-Klllor, Per
for conference, while tho meeting nd- ry Davis. Price 25c. and SOc.
tnurnpil. Mr. Knencer had lust nre- " ' '
vlously been nsked, with the spun- wo weeKiy eumon or tne i.vening
tnncous nssent of tho meeting, to act nulletln gives a complete summary of
as official secretary of e commlttea. I tlio nows o! tho day.
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