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EVENING HULLETIN, HONOLULU, II. T TUESDAY, OCTODElt 1, 1901
i,NcwVork! Sept. 21. Oriental drove
, on The Sound near Great Neck; L.
FOR SALE EVERYWHERE !
La Insular of America
dtlie,scene of countless picnics anil poli
tical , "chowders" Is to become the
'country Feat of 'J. Plerpont Morgan.
Morgan lias.purchascd the property as
part of a great estate, which he Is to
Improve at a cost of 1,000,000.
li m i,
Thfe; l'aeific Ocean rovem (0 1-2 per
cent Of the water surfaeo of the globe,
the Atlantic 21 per tent and the An
, tarctlc 19 per cent.
Trade Mark Registered and owned by DAVID LAWRENCE & COMPANY.
An eiilable reputation for the
Sachs Dry Goods Company. Hon
est goods play a'largo part In our
yucccss. Every week something
new crops up to attract you. took
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, Portiere 4.75
Striped - Flannelettes
Thirty Inches wide and of excel
lent quality; In fact, of a much
better quality than oUMVould ex
f pect to get for twlco tho price.
15 Yards for $1.00.
Cotton Covert Cloth"
Is all tho rage now fur Ladles'
Skirts, Wo are showing It In all
olors. Our's are sure to please
Cheviots for Men's
Wo have Just recelcd n shipment
of striped and checked jchct lots
"which are very suitable tor. work
women's shirts. The price Is very
small. Only 15c per yard.
Sachs' Dry Goods Co., Ltd,
Agents for Sterling
Angle Lamp Co,
Alsen C e m e n t
.Olant Powder Co,
and Roche Harbor
Lime. : :
I THEO. Ii. DAVIES & CO., Ltd. 1
A beautiful and dainty assortment.
We would like to have you call and
i Inspect this stock. : : : : :
1 Hotel Street, nenr Nuunnu.
General Merchandise! Diy Goods, Groceries
' Japanese Provisions, etc '
MAQOON BLOCK, MEROHAKT "iTREET.
2s .. Box: 886 aalrL
1116 Nuuanu St.
Come anil hcc the Prices.
P, O. Boi wi. Til. il
TOTHNTCSr WO CHAN
THE OLDEST CHi. SE FIRM IN HONOLULU.
Ptaltri lo Flo Sllkt and Griti Linens, CblntM and JapaMM Good of All KMi
io-i Nnuanu nU
.The Bulletin, 75cts. per month
A LARdE SHIPMENT
Buckets and Tnbs
Agate and Tinware
Lamps and Shelf Hardware
Trunks and Dress Suit Cases
GRAND CLEARANCE SALE OF
DRY and FANCY GOODS
Betlnnlng Saturday, Sept. U'.t.
Good Hold t'cgnrdlcKH of coHt.
T McCANTS STEWART
CITED FOR CONTEMPT
Carter Minors Litigation Estato of
Henry Congdon Minor Attains
Majority -Will of
M. A. Robinson, who Is u sun of
Mark 1. tlohlnson. failed to answer A
subpoena of the Ornnd Jury yesterday
find was brought before Judgo Gear oo
a bench warrant. It then tranrirc)
that the witness had been uchlsol by
T McCnuts Stewart, attorney, that ho
need not wait to lie called in before thi
(Iraml Jury, as the tasc (or which he
was called would not come up at that
time. Judge Gear then Issued a cita
tion to Mr. Stewart to appear this
morning at 9:30'and show cause why
ha should not be adjudged guilty of
contempt of court for Interfering with
the proceedings of the Grand Jury.
Maria de Jesus Tavnres petitions for
probate of the will of her lata hus
band. Manuel Tat ares, whereby she
Is made sole devisee, legatee and
executrix of his estate consisting of it
leasehold Interest at Auwalollmu.
Punchbowl, and two cottages, valued
In the case of Kahlllopua vs. A. J.
Lopez, petition for admeasurement and
assignment of dower, George Lucas,
clerk, makes affidavit of service ol
summons on defendant and of ilefen
danfs default for more than one year-u0ll
Whltlng & Iloblnson file an nppenr-
nnco for plaintiff In the case nnd with i
J, A. Mngoon move for an order of do J
Judge Gear has granted an order fat '
tlie payment by Cecil Drown, ndmlnU- lour banner of freedom for the nssaa
trator. to Fred Wtindcnberg. tntntp. RlnatIon of the heads of other nations
711.70 ns the distributive share of ns ? ng 0ur own, is n stain upon
Thomas II. Cummlngs In tho estate ol the honor of our country. To longer
the late Wm. H. Cummlngs. continue their existence under our Hug
Judge Gear has appointed M. J. Dor- wi expose us to the Just criticism and
bf. temporary administrator of the cs. I contempt of tho whole world. Wo
tato of the late Mnnocl J. Ilorba under
On motion of Ilohertson & Wilder
attorneys for Mnry II. S.xOavls. guar -
ciinn oi iiie persons oi nenry a. r. uar- Mest against allowing It further to shel
ter nnd Grace 8. Carter, minors. Judge ter and protect these nefarious annr-
Gear has ordered that the bond of Geo.
R. Carter, guardian of the property ol
said minors, be Increased to an amount
sufficient to cover their personal prop
erty. The accounts of the guardian are
referred to Mr. Mllvcrton as matter
IMward Kckon, contestant of
will of Annie Hnlokahlkl. by his at
torncjH. Androws. Peters & Andradc,
yesterday died notice of motion for a
A. G. Kaulukoii has died n master's
report orf'tho flnnl account of W. O.
Smith, guardian or Ethel P. N. Gay, a
minor now of age. It Is recommended
that a summary of the general account
of tho Gay estate Is necesshry to be
filed with the current account. Other
wise everything is found correct. The
balance proposed to be paid to the
beneficiary Is $743.19 subject to legnl
expenses, besides which she Is en
titled to nn undivided one-seventh In
terest in lands on Maul and nn undi
vided nnc-elglith Interest In the estate
of her father, the late James Gay ol
Chas. Phillips has been appointed
temporary administrator of the estate
of the late. Henry Congdon under $3000
SHE BROKE HER BACK
New York, Sept, 20. A cable 10 the
Sun from Grimsby, Ungland, huj-h: All
inuuest In the matternf those who lost
their lives by the wrecking of tlm tur
bine torpedo boat destroyer Cobra
opened hero today. The Coroner said
it was impossible that tho vessel Ii d
struck n rock, as them Is seterul
fathoms of water where she foundereJ.
Petty Ollltcr Wurraner. one of tho
MirvhoiH', testified thnt a lienvy
was running nt the time of tho disaster.
um uoilltt was going Slowly. Duo of
the mntractor's men told him to gel
the boats out, as the vessel had broken
her buck. In u few moments tho Cobrn
buckled up. After hn got away In a
dingy he saw the stern of tho Cnlu.i
renr out of tho vater,
I Captain Smith of a local steamer
'which went to seelt survivors testified
I that tho Cobra was in a navl.cabl.'
Ichannrl. vvhorB thnrn ly ton nv livdlia
fathoms of water. She could not havo
struck a rock." She miiBt have broken
amidships. The Inquest was then ad
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of which will nppenr about Ottohif
1st. Tho number will deal very mi
nutely with Ilnwall, Its situation, rail
'load, shipping nnd Htoanmhip rnrilltliH,
comparative tabliti of tho sugnr Ttip
lu weight and value, fiom IS'J'i to lliu
present time, census of llawull by
soxes, general nativity nnd color,
school age, militia nnd voting people.
Bach hiicceedlng lst.ua will contain
nitlclcs of Interest to national udvur
tleors by prominent men thoioughly
conversant with Hawaiian subject.
Tho subscription prico will bo $1 per
annum, postage paid.
Advertising rates 15 cents per agato
line, Time discount.
HIMN .- ' 'I
OF GEO. W. DEL0NG POST
Honolulu Q. A. R. Veterans Ask
the President to Have
on Remote Island.
Commander Lnton. In opening th
G. A. H. camp Are literary exercises
last night read the following petition
to President Hooiciclt and asked atl
comrades present to sign It before dis
persing. They did so and tho signa
tures of all veterans who were absent
are requested to be made at the store
of Comrade Dletz, watchmaker, oo
Kort street before Thursday, when the
petition will be forwarded
Honolulu, Sept. 30, 1001,
To President Hooscvclt, Washington,
Dear Sir: We, the undersigned vet
erans of the Civil War, residing In
Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii, deplore
the loss of our companion and com
rade, William McKlnley, President f
the United States, and reallzo that lilt
.useful and valuable life was cut short
through the false and vicious teachings
of asect known by tho name of anar
chists or nihilists, in this hour of our
grief and sorrow, we earnestly urge
that the honor nnd safety of our Na
tion depends upon the exclusion or this
class of oeonlc forever from the Barred
of our Nation, and their conflnc-
ment on an Isolated Island far from the
peaceful pursuits of mankind, so that
their pernicious doctrines may not be
(Imparted to others. The hatching, like
nni r vlnom nt tlmlr nlnts umlrr
freely offered our sorWces In defense
0r ollr roiintj-v's flag, when needed.
'and still feel that we aw Its miardlans:
n,. wo do therefore most earnestly pro
chlsts, whose delight Is to do murder,
We respectfully recommend that you
call an International conference to
choose an International place of ban
ishment and conflnemet for nil aar-chli-ts
and nihilists; nnd that you In
your annual message, recommend tnat
the Congress of the United States past
a' law making it treason to make nn
attempt upon tho life of the President
and Vice President of the United
St.it, or to plan or plot to do them
We have the honor to be William
McKlnley's sorrowing companions nnd
STONE ON TUB TRACK.
Some person or peisons made nn at
tempt at about 11 o'clock last nlftht to
wreck car No. 29 of tho Ilapld Truakit
it was approarhlng I lie gttel
which spans the Nuunnu
Etrnnm nn Itu wnv tn Inuti A afnlin
about two feet long and a foot wide'0? .!'a!n:l,ler'
...- . I... f-. t t l,l-. .....
nun M-tu uy iiiuiuiiunti .1. ii, iiuiuu jii.i
In time to prevent what might hnvn
proved a very serious accident. How
ever, the car did not escape entlrxly.
The fender was smashed It the car
had been going at a good rate of pm.,
It must surely have been preclpltatnd
down the embankment Into the stremu.
There were twenty persons on the cur
at the time. The stone was placed In
the rar and taken to the stables. The
police now have tho matter In charg.
CrlALiR NOT LOST.
Charlottesville, Vn., Sept. 20. Jobn
Armstrong Chnnler, tho divorced hus
band of Amelia Hives, now Princess
Trnubctsky,1 ntid who has been lost for
nearly a year, many of his friends
thinking he was dead, arrived In thli
city this morning from Lynchburg,
where nc hail been stopplngtnt the Ar
imgum muiim w six wi-kb. no nil
l T.l at tho train nnd driven to the rest
ya nee of his friend nnd counsel, Cap
tain Mica Jali Woods. After a brief
consultation Chanler nnd Captain
Woods took the train for Louisa Court-
bouse, tu attend tho Circuit Court far
appearance In n civil proceeding. It Is
snld, on behalf of Chanter with refer
ence to certain property In !.oulsa
county in which he Is Interested.
Dr. Cleveland In Court.
"""Or. Luella S. Cleveland appeared be
foro Judgo Dickey yesterday on tho
charge of assault nnd battery on a girl
five years of ago by compelling vaccin
ation while engaged In her regular du
ties In the public schools. The case
Is merely by way otji test. The pa
rents of the child malTe complaint that
tlm child was vncclnatcd by Dr. Cleve
land without their consent anil con
tiary to their will. Tho penal sum
mens for Dr. Cloveland was Issued to
bring the Hoard of Health's rule to the
tost, Tho case was continued until
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY
Talco I.axntlvo Drama Qulnlno Tablets.
All druggists refund the money If it
fnlln In rnrn. K W. flrnvn'a fllt-nnturn
' is on each box. 25 cents. '
I J Its sprat luuiu cu uu iai,
' His wife could eat no lean,
But a bottle of
3& & ek m
wM OrfTHI! BEST"
M Milvvaiikee j
m Beer m
niadeeverylliin5 serene. i jh
"SffBottltd at th. Bwryf IgW
" Fred Miller Brelri Co.,
to tb m"mmmmBmamsmi'
Hoffschlaeger Co,, Ltd.
King Street, near Bethel.
NO ANARCHIST SALOONS
New Yoik, Sept. 20. After n minute
deploring the death of President Mc
Klnley and extending the board's sym
pathy to Mrs. McKlnley bad been ic
corded. Piesldent Lewis of the Eclsi
Commissioners of Newark. N. J., offer
ed the following antl-anarchlBtlc reso-
Mutton, which was unanimously adopt
Whereas, It has come to the nollco
of the Hoard of Excise that certain
saloonkeepers of this city have be?n
guilty of permitting anarchists to us
Eemble In their places of business and
make speeches against the head of our
Nation, therefore, be It
IlCKohcd, That any saloonkeeper lu
this city who shall be charged by tlm
police with harhorlug anarchists or
permitting them to holl meeting In
their places of business nnd maks
speeches ngnlnst the goternmeut and
the good order of the community, shall
be deemed not to be the kind of per
sons to conduct n business of this char
acter, and any person guilty of such
an offense shall suffer the revorntlon
of his license ami bo debarred from
again receiving a license to do busincr
In this city.
Three captains of the Newark pol'cu
thanked the board for lis action.
John Drowdoskl, the saloonkeeper
In whoe plnco tho police arrested tui
two Inst Saturday drlnl.li.it the health
of the assassin of Piesldent McKlnley
has had his license cancelled by tho
Fron the Reports of the dealers In
this city, we think no proprletaty
medicine has a larger sale than PAIN
KILLER. Its valuable properties as a
8)ieedy cure for pain can not fall to be
generally appreciated. In case of accl-
.dent, or sudden nttack of dysentery.
marmoea. cnoiera nioriius. .Montreal
mar. ayoiu suusiumcs mere is uji
Perry Duvis'. Price
1 ' " "w,
the best in H ,f " -IwlfflSB
seventy years -H 11H
J Noble B $"' -a$MW$W
W. C. PEACOCK & CO., IS"., Sole Agents
HAWAIIAN TOBACCO CO., Ltd.,
Corner Merchant nnd Nuunnu Sts., i
ii I wo MOTEL ST.. opponltc Bethel.
ALAKBA ST., NEAR KING.
Everything Very Touching.
Beautiful garden scene containing
and pineapples, all inside, hvcybody invited.
Metropolitan Meat Co.,
Prersh Meats and Pish ffl
by Every Steamer
From the Coast that has Cold Storage.
Choice Beef, Veal, Mutton.
(f Lamb and Pork always
Also Poultry. Salmon and Halibut.
The Metropolitan Market, King St., Tel. 4$.
FOR SALB AT 1 he Booth, Fishmarket, Telephone 379.
Central Market. Nuuanu St., Telephone 104.
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