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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, II. T.. MONDAY , SEPT. .10. 1901
Stole Suit of Clothes.
Wollsey, n young Hawaiian who hns
n home In Wiilklkl and another In Ma
noa. complained at the police station
Saturday that somo one had entered
the former place while he was In Ma
lion." He states that whoever did go
Into the place, left an old suit of
, I'lothes and fitted himself out with one
of his. The very best In the place wbh
taken. There Were two or three dol
lars In the pocket of a pair of trousers
hanging tip In one of the rooms and
th?e were also taken.
FOE SALE EVERYWHERE !
La Insular of America
Trade Mark Registered and owned by DAVID LAWRENCE fir COMPANY,
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An enviable reputation for the
Sachs Dry Goods Company. Hon
est goods play a large part In our
success. Every week something
new crops up to attract you. Look
at this week's offerings:
, Portiere Prices Reduced
$12.50 Bagdad Portieres.... $10.00
8.50 Bagdad Portieres.... 6.50
6.50 Bagdad 'Portieres..... 5.50
5.75 Bagdad Portieres.... 4.75
Striped - Flannelettes
k Thirty Inches wide and of excel-
I i lent quality; In fact, or a much
L better quality than you would ex-
J pect to get for twice the price.
15 Yards for $1.00.
Cotton Covert Cloth
Is all the rage now for ladles'
Skirts. Wo nro showing It In all
colors. Our's are sure to pleaso
Cheviots for Wen's
We have Just received a shipment
of striped and checked cheviots
which are very suitable for work
Ingmen's shirts. The price Is very
small. Only 15c per yard.
Sachs' Dry Goods Co., Ltd,
ff Agents for Sterling
H Angle Lamp Co,
H Alsen C e m e n t
Olant Powder Co.
jj and Roche Harbor
g Lime. : : ;
THEO. H. DAVIES & CO., Ltd. I
A beautiful and dainty assortment.
We would like to have you call and
inspect this stock. : : : : :
14 Hotel Street, near Nuuanu.
General Merchandise! Dry Goods, Groceries
Japanese Provisions, etc
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3 . O. 3B03C 886
f GOO KIM,
1116 Nuuanu St.
Come nnd see the Prices.
P. O. BOX 995- 1"" ''
WXTSTGr TWO OHA.3XT
THE OLDEST CHi. E FIRM IN HONOLULU.
D..I.M Is Flat Silk. u4 Cit.M Llntm. CMmm .nd J.pn. Good, ol All Klolt.
J The Bulletin, 75cts. per month
A LA ROE SHIPMENT
Buckets and Tubs
Agate aid Tinware
Lamps and Shelf Hardware
Trunks and Dress Slit Cases
GRAND CLEARANCE SALE OF
DRY and FANCY GOODS
Beginning Saturday, Sept. lilt.
Goods sold rcgnrdlcHSof cost.
NEW YORK POST TAKES
UP STOCKADE AFFAIR
Foul Disgrace to the American Flag
Floating Over the Ameri
can Territory of
Special of N. Y. Evening Poat.l
Washington, Sept. 9. Victor II.
Olmsted, a special agent of the llurcau I
of Labor, submitted a report of his In-
vcstlgatlon1 of the Hawaiian stocknd", through the streets of this Infernal en
whlch forms so large a part of the con- closure and see the little girls standing
troversy over Judge Humphreys, it In the doorways of their rooms or lean
may now be made public. This report In n the window sills, using the nrts
was referred to the Attorney General. In which they have been trained by
nnd upon It he notified the Dole gov- their vampire owners In Inducing pass
ernment that the place must be closed, ers-by to enter. That such Intolerable.
Mr. Olmsted said: I degraded bondage should be permitted
"Within a mile of the renter of the n,ml, Protictcd anywhere within tbo
city of Honolulu a system of slavery 'llm,1,B, of "le UlllttMl stnfc ' almo8t
more absolute and despotic than ever I nl"evoble and Is a foul disgrace
existed In the United States Is In exist- V th American Hag floating over the
ence. with the full knowledge nnd con-.Amr,knn Territory of Hawaii.
( f H, Torrltnrlnl nnthnrlllo. on.l Tnc B'av P"! Is regarded as OI10 O.'
under their official control nnd protec-1";0
tlon. It is a legalized Institution for
female prostitution, the unhappy ln-1".
mates of which are held In the most
hopeless bondage, subject to barter and
sale, under the complete control and
disposition of their owners.
"The slave pen occupies alout two
acres of ground, surrounded by u '
hoard fence about twelve Tcct high
Within this enclosure are Ave one
story buildings, each about 250 feet
long and 24 feet wide, of light frame
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thnm nnnctltitttnn- l,u l,nrttnl.na
...i.i.i- .i. .. i i n.w i .5.1 Ms no palliation for the slai
within the stockade. These buildings',. .,.,'. .........
are each divided Into two parts by a
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divided Into rooms of about 10 to 12.
feet, which are paved with concrete
nnd scantily furnished.
"Tho buildings are owned by a Ja-:
imncse company, wnicn rents iiiem in
me sime owners ror 14 eacn per,
month, the nnnual Income thus dc- Ulavery or Involuntary hervltude."
rived amounting to nbout $45,000 per Th ,vn8 sKtl.,i hy victor II. Olm
year. Each slave owner pays rent for 'Btcd. and dated Honolulu. Hawaii. Pel..
two to a dozen or more rooms, In add!
tlon to which he has to stand the ex
pense of feeding and clothing his prop
erty and the regular charges of the
health officers. The Inmates,
of this moral pesthouse gain nothing
from their occupation beyond a bare
subsistence; they are allowed to re
tain no money whatever, but nro re
quired to promptly turn all receipts
over to their masters. But
where a master owns sovernl slaves, hu
is frequently unable to make current
collections, and, In order thathe may
not lose anything, the miserable crea
tures are brought together after 2
o'clock a. m. In a room within the
stockade specially provided for the pur
pose, anil are there required to hand
over to their owners any moneys not
"Any uttempt at Insubordination or
revolt Is promptly nnd severely dealt
with, tho brutality with which the poor
women are treated occasionally reach
ing such lengths as to call for expostu
lation by the policeman detailed there.
Once in a while, but very rarely, u
master Is arrested, when his treatment
has been particularly inhuman; but it
Is extremely Beldom that he Is punish
ed, the victim of tils brutality and the
witnesses thereof being In such com
plete subjugation, 'and In terror of their
masters and of their subsequent treat
ment, that they cannot be Induced to
testify against him. The slaves nro
domiciled In other sections of the city
by their masters, who closely guard
them ami bring them In herds to tho
stockade every evening about o'clock.
If by reason of sickness or advancing
age one Is unable to meet her own
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Old Bui: "It was a hot Job to rreate
i he's established I can cool off." Minneapolis Journal.
cr's requirements, she Is sold to some
Mongolian who desires n personal ser
vant. She hns no voice or choice In
the transaction, and cannot escape her
"These slaves arc nil Japanese, with
the exception of two or three French
women, and have nearly all hcen
hi ought from Japan. Some havo been
drought with the consent of Ihelr
parents or guardians; others have been
lured ncross the sea by false promises
of remunerative employment In legi
timate work on sugar plantations or
elsewhere! a few have hcen beguiled
Into slavery from the plantations of
the Islands, where they were earning
i respectable living, by false Induce
ments of easier labor and higher wages
us house servants In Honolulu. Tber
arc several children In the stockade
not more than twelve years old and
the average nge appears to be. about
fifteen. It Is heartrending td walk
"n,(V'" ani? 'n"'"') Institutions
lf Honolulu. It Is visited by nil classes
BUC'" n,u u, representatives (l
?" natlonall les; strangers and tour-
ims luiiiiuK 10 iiunniniu arc inxen 10
the stockade and conducted through
Its thoroughfares by respectable resl-jdra
dents of the city, and gaze with morbid
Intfiffftr. ni nAfnlmnA fltli hirtvii
or, perchance, with horror
and sickening disgust, on the brazen,
flaunting display of enslaved vice.
"It may bo possible that the stock
ade system, under medical and police
supervision, Is the best and safest
i'v inii.ii, in nil! m-nv mill milvai
tho,l of dealing with and handling
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1 1 no paiuaiion ror me siavorj iimi
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r these poor creatures by their soul-
''8 " "variolous masters, for their
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i,)c of relief nr redress, for the onen
and flagrant violation of
states constitutional prohibition of
ruary 2S, 1901.
OUT AT KAJIBHAMEHA.
There was a largo attendance at the
memorial services In the lllshop Mem-j
orlal chapel, Kaiucbamclia, Sunday af-
ternoon. The address of the day was
made by Judge M. M. Estee. Tho order i
of the services was as follows;
Organ Prelude "Chorus of Angels"
(Clark). Miss Uylngton.
Hymn No. 395.
Responsive Reading Psalm 10:1-1S.
Scripture lesson Romans 13:1-10.
Anthem "Tho Lord Is My Shep
herd (Sudds), Choir.
Rcsponst Lord's Prayer In lfuwu
tlan. Hymn No. 35." 1, 3. 5.
Hymn No. 525.
Postludc "Vorsplel to King .Man
fred" (Carl Itclnecke.)
When your joints are stiff and your
muscles sore from cold or- rheumatism,
when you slip and sprain a Joint, strain
your sldo or bruise yourself, PAIN
KILLER will take out the Bomirts
and fix you right In a Jiffy. Always have
It with you. and use It freely. Avoid
substitutes, there Is but one Valn-KIII-cr,
Perry Davis'. Price 2Gc. nnd 80c.
Oil has hcen struck at Constantino
ple In the bouse of n Jew. An English
company Is going to develop the wens.
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n new thing like that, but now thil
WHEN NEWS CANE OF
Public and Private Buildings Draped
in Mourning and Memo
Wallukti. Sept. 28. The terrible
pews of the death of 1'resldent McKln
Icy was known li: .Wnlluku lat Tues
day ncnlng after 5 o'clock by the wire
less telegraph. This little community
felt thc sho.'k an I teallzed that tht-y
have tost In McKlnley "thc best friend
of Hawaii." Quick as a flash thc sail
news was wired all over the Island and
heartfelt expressions of the deepest
sorrow were murmured by every one.
Karly on Wednesday morning, flags
at the courthouse, thc Maul hotel, and
the residences of John W. Kalua and
A, X, Kcpolkal, Judges of thc Second
Circuit Court and Court of Claims re
spectively, were displayed at half mast
out of respect ui'the memory of Mc
Klnley. Oroups were seen congregated
on street corners discussing the Na
tion's Irreparable toss In the death of
Ily direction of Judge Kalua and
QltAvlCP Tlnl.t.oCn tliA xniivlkftiisA ina
j , b1ack ,, whllc.
Lrcm.s were p1aw, ovt.r , B(ltC9 lead.
. ... .. .
ing to the courthouso nnd sheriff'!
oltlre. Manager ilagcncamp also drap
ed the Maul hotel In blnck. Over thc
door" a life slzo crayon picture of tho
maityied President was hung dr.ped
in black. A similar picture of tho
President was also placed above the
door of the courthouse. These were
iie wnrj. 0f r
llagencamp who Is
himself an artist of no mean repute.
The pictures havn been greatly admired
by the public and are a credit to our
fi'llowtownsmau. Other public build
Ings I ntown huve also been decorated
In mournful colors.
Memorial services will be held Run'
ilnv mnrnlnir nt tho Knnliiimnnn nntlve
cnurcB ut 11 o'clock. Francis Murphy
was expected to give the memorial ad
dress hut the committee will be oblig
ed to look for somebody else ns Mr.
Murphy did not arrive this morning
from Hllo ns expected.
With Judge Kalua and Judge Kepol
knl' away, and Kdltor Robertson on a
sick bed, the committee docs not And
It easy to select a suitable man to de-
liver tlio address. Rev. Mr. Nawahlno
of Walhec will speak In Hawaiian, but
the speaker in English has not been
selected at this writing. 2 p. m. Cap-
tain Keola of Co. 1 has ordered his
command to appear In uniform in
church. Miss Margaret R. Nape has
the musical program in hand. Among
the musical selections will he: "Near
er. My Clod, to Thee," "I.cad, Kindly
I ff1it ' 't tlanr.l tn Vnlno nf loeliu
Snv-'inii "Jesus Thou Jov of I ovlnit
u." , ""'' t& ,T,'0;,,J.nL I 'f "
Hearts." The choir of ladles and gen
tlemen hns leen selected nnd some
sojemn singing Is expected.
Maccaroul makers nt Torre Annun
zlata. near Naples, havo struck for
higher wages and bettor treatment.
Torre Anuunzlatn Is one of the chief
ports from which thc muccaroul is exported.
i the best in I " tSBtjil3
seventy years --0 rMwBF
W. C. PEACOCK & CO., LT.t
HAWAIIAN TOBACCO CO., Ltd.,
Corner .Merchant nnd Nuuanu Sta..
alwo HOTEL ST., opposite Bethl.
ALAKBA ST., NEAR KING.
Everything Very Touching.
Beautiful garden scene containing
and pineapples, all insue.
Metropolitan Meat Co.,
Fresh Meats and Pish ft
by Every Steamer
From the Coast that has Cold Storage.
Choice Beef, Veal, Mutton,
W Lamb and Pork always .
Also Poultry, 8almon and Halibut.
FOR 8ALB AT
THE GEEMIM LIFE INSURANCE"COMPAHT
OF NEW YORK.
Paid to Policy Holders since i860 for Death Claims, , 373, 460.65
For Matured Policies 7,507,608.27
Dividends and Surrenders - .... 13,699,1)4.37
Manager for Hawaiian Isl.n.ls.
THE ORIENTAL LIFE INSURANCE CO., LTD.
J. P. McCOY, President,
CAPITAL STOCK $500,000.00.
Tn0 on,y 'n""1"0 company In tho
KNGUSH and CHINESE languages.
Policies contain nil modern advantages of tho endowment and other
forms Issued by the leading American companies.
Governed by the safest Insurance systems. The pioneer Chinese-American
TEL. MAIN 75.
HOME OFFICE. 301402 Stangenwald Building. Honolulu. T. H.
coffee trees in full bearing, bananas
75c per month
The Metropolitan Market, King St., Tel. 45.
The Booth, Fishmarket, Telephone 379.
Central Market. Nuuanu St.. Telephone 104.
world Issuing policies la both th
$1.00 per year
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