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. . EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU,!!. T.. WKDNKSDAY,
Y, OCT. 2. 1401.
Captain Cutter's Vacation.
Captain Cutler lately In command of
the Imrkentlno Kllkltat I not with tho
vessel tills trip. He has made a tlrp
east to his old home which he has not
visited In twenty years. Captain ttoso
well known here lias the command of
the smart little vessel at present.
" According to the Advertiser the new
marine railway to be built by the O.
K. & U. Co. Is to be n wharf large
enough to accommodate vessels of ISO
FO.R SALE EVERYWHERE !
La Insular of America
Trade Mark Registered and owned by DAVID LAWRENCE & COMPANY.
An enviable reputation for tho
Sachs Dry Goods Company. Hon
est goods play n largo part In our
success. Every week something
new crops up to attract you. Look
nt 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
Thirty Inches wide and of excel
lent quality; In fact, of n much
hotter quality than you would ex
pect to get for twice tho price.
15 Yards for $1.00.
. Cotton Covert Cloth
Is all tho rage now for Ladles'
Skirts. We are showing It in alt
colors. Our's are sure to please
Cheviots for Men's
Wo have Just received a shipment
of striped and checked cheviots
which aro very suitable for work
Ingmcn's shirts. The price is very
smalt. Only 15c per yard.
Sachs' Dry Goods Co., Ltd,
Agents (or Sterling
Angle Lamp Co.
Alsen C e m e n t
Giant Powder Co.
and Roche Harbor
Lime. : :
THEO. H. DAVIES & CO., Ltd. 1
A beautiful and dainty assortment.
We would like to have you call and
inspect this stock. : : : : :
14 Hotel Street, nenr Nuuanu
General Merchandise! Dry Goods, Groceries
Japanese Provisions, etc
MAQOON BLOOK, MERCHANT h TREET. '
IF5 . 0- Box 886 aaira. Sifl
1116 Nuuanu St.
Come and see the Prices.
P, o. Bos Ml.
OTIlXrCSr WO OHAKT
The oldest ch.. tsn Firm in Honolulu.
Diliu In Flat Silks tol Gran Llniot. Chlnt and Jtptotia Gooli ol All KlnJi
tiott Nuutnu ift
The Bulletin, 75cts. per month
A LARGE SHIPMENT
Buckets and Tubs
Agate and Tinware
Lamps and Shelf Hardware
Trunks and Dress Suit Cases
GRAND CLEARANCE SALE OF
DRY and FANCY GOODS
Beginning Saturday, Sept. 'ill.
GooUh sold regardless of cost.
IN Y. W. (i. A. CIRCLES
AT ANNUAL MEETING
Balance of $526.62 in Treasury
Money Promised For Association
Boarding House Reports
of Various Departments.
At the regular annual meeting of tho
Young Women's Christian Association,
the following snowing was made. Mem
bership. 311; members who have left
the city permanently, 23; lunches serv
ed. 1837; visitors entertained. 131". In
addition to these things the report or
the secretary showed hoarding places
found for joung ladles, situations ror
four secured and thirty new members
entered on the register pre'vlous to the
Mrs. Ilelle Jones' presented the finan
cial statement of the association show
ing n total expenditure of 13231 and re-
celpts $3777.62, leaving a cash balance the Democratic Congressional Cam
on hand of $320.02. Sirs. F. J. I.owrey palgn Committee In 1900 that the Un
reported that $11,000 had been pledged publicans should have failed to equal
toward the erection of a Y, W. C. A. or exceed their majority won In 1396.
boarding house. Ttcports on the vnrl-1 despite the fact that McKlnley hud
ous departments were made by Mrs. m0rc electoral votes In 1900 than ho
lialph Gear, Mrs. Q.. H. Bcrrcy and had In 1896.
Mrs. Arthur B. Wood. The election of , The Democrats will do nothing to
officers and the appointment of rommlt-1 prevent tho election of a Democratic
tees for the ensuing year resulted as
President. Mrs. E. W. Jordan.
Vice President, Mrs. A. P. Wood.
Recording secretary, Mrs. B. L. Marx.
Treasurer. Mrs. George Davis.
General secretary, Mrs. Henry C.
Directors, Mrs. B. F. Dillingham,
Mrs. Walter Krear. Mrs. P. J. Lowrey, House and Senate. iut uie Presidency
nnd Mrs. H. von Holt (Mrs. Cllvc Da-.Itself, will be nt stake. Yet the Demo
vies, acting). crats have a certain satisfaction In con
Physical director. Miss T.llllan templating the probability of winning
Auditor, Gcorgo Davis.
Standing committees Devotional
Mrs. Cllvc Davles, chairman.
Social Mrs. Ralph Dear, chairman:
Mrs. Albert rtaas, Miss Helen Kenny.
Mrs. Philip Froar. Miss Thora O. Ross,
Miss Schoefleld, Mrs. Giles Ore. Mrs,
'...', w....wi.i.. .... .. v...,. ..i.,., ...in.
Monsarrat. Mrs. W. H. Mas. Miss Mav
Uurdlcl: and Mrs. U M. Robertson.
Educational Mrs. Martin Frcar,
PlnnnnA Af.a T7a11m Tama.. aIimIh-
. .....live- ...to, ,.-.(,; MUlllDi lllUI -
man; Mrs. W. Peterson. Mrs. C. T). Da-
mon. Mrs. Charles Atherton, Mrs. W.
Li. Moore. Mrs. F. J. Lowrcy and Mrs. In patronage when the Republican par
Grace Wnterhouso j ty returns to power, and there have
Membership Miss Kmtlc Schnoer, been certain abuses of patronage under
chairman: Miss Lena Pilklngton, Miss
Carrie B. Dray, Miss Katherlne Mc- of tho House that might as well ho
Carthy, Mrs. Arthur D. Wood and Miss washed nway by Democratic victory.
Mae Weir. I Should tho Democrats carry the net
Physical Mrs. A. D. Wood, chair- House. It Is practically certain that
man; Mrs. Will Forbes, Mrs. Fred James D. Richardson of Tennessee, the
Church, Mrs. A. F. Brock and Mis. i present minority leader, will be elect
Edith Perkins. rd Speaker. A small element, under the
Strangers Mrs. Q. H. Berrey, chair- leadership of Representative DeAr
man; Mrs. Dr. Augur. Mrs. Darkley, mond of .tllssourl. is dissatisfied with
Mrs. Emory, Mrs. Camp, Miss Egan, Richardson's leadership, saying that
Mrs. Milton Kearns. Mrs. O. W. Pear- It Is not siimclcntly aggressive, but It
son. Mrs. Merrill. Miss Nelble. Mrs. O. could do nothing against Richardson.
W. R. King, Miss Helen Keany. Miss with his long prcstlgo as minority lead
Genevieve C. Carlson. Miss C. Clark, er. The fact Is that of all the Demo
Miss Blanche Frost, Miss Sadie Gun- rratlc members of tho House Mr.
derson, Miss May rurley. Miss Regeh Richardson Is the best fitted for lead
berger. Miss Rhoda Qreen and Mrs. ership or for speakership. Of course
Hoarding home Mrs. F. J. I.owrey,
chairman; Mrs. W. R. Castle. Mrs.
jonn Lsnorne. Mrs. J. Oilman and M!st
MRS. IRWIN'S GIFT
Thn nr,l,!in nf tlio Hrltl.li tlonpv.
olent Society has just received from
Mrs. William G. Irvrlu a generous do
nation of $300 to the Society's funds.
Iff lias trmlprprt tn lipr bin wnrmont
thanks for the gift, as well ns for her
Zrteerf,, r ",a, '"t "I
thcrnnce of tho chai liable objects of
The Society lias been most useful ln
relieving deserving and often urgent
cases, and anv donations that may be
made to Incieose the sphere of this
usefulness will bo gladly received ami
acknowledged by George F. Davles, tbe
hociety s treasiuer.
A. T. Atkinson, Superintendent of
Public Instiuctlou will tako a vaca
tion of ten days in the country.
f '!' '! S '! f "V ' " ' '! '
,j .;, .t :'.J r- r
HOW TO CUBE THE
There's a very simple way of cur
ing those prnplo who aro always
rcmlng round and bormwlns things.
Lmd them what they want, by all
HV TTVlrt rWt
DEMOCRATS DO IKiBUIE KINO MINORS
TO CARRY CONGRESS
AT NEXT ELECTION!
Republicans Don't Dare Much if They
Do But Will Not Oo
Washington, Sept. 8. It Is an Inter
esting and, in a sense, surprising poli
tical fact that the Democrats expect
to enrry the House of tlcprescntatlvcs
In 1002. They really aro not anxious to
do so, but they believe that political
conditions will be such as to make that
result almost certain. They argue that
while the Republicans carried thn
House In 1900 by n majority consider
ably larger than It was In the new
House, it is somewhat less than tt
was In the House elected in 189C when
McKlnley was chosen President. They
say It Is significant of the actlity nf
House In 1902. (hough they appreciate
that It will give them a large responsi
bility without the ability to legislate.
Thus they .will be held partially ro
iponslble for the administration of the
Government without having the power
to do anything. Consequently they w ill
I be embarrassed somewhat In entering
the light of 1904 when not only tho
in 1902. when they remember that a
Democratic House will be able to block
Administration schemes. tr Investi
gate lots of things it may wish to, and
to be, In fact, c. orn In tho Bcpublt
The Republicans will do ever) thing
iu iiL.in tuc irnmnj mo iiuiii wiuiWM
the next House, although they believe
such a v'ctory would help them in the
to prevent the Demoiats from winning;
next Presidential campaign. There
would be one advantage In having tho
Dan ........I a . . a. ,,... .. .. .t l. -
UC,lluiuiD IHUJ III! (luiieemill ue ru-
sponsible for Its doings. It would
enable a new deal In committees and
the long continued Republican control
fome abler man may nave como In
with the new Houso. but no one knows
of him nnd he would be too new to be
considered for the speakership, no mat
ter how able and brilliant ho might
happen to be.
If tho Democrats fall to carry the
House in 1902 Major Richardson will
certainly try to be elected to the Sen-
fC as successor 10 UCn. UaiCS. 1110
, e"lor 8enntor from Tennessee,
TO CURE A COLO IN ONE DAY
'f f,k I-"vo Bromo Quinine Tablets.
,g on ench box ,5 ccntgi
. , ,
Tlle enerill ollllnc. 0 n Europpa
Cll8toms ,.caKll0 ttwnst Amcrlca ,,.,,
bccn Beltlca ))Ctwcn AuBtrlai Gcrmany
,, .,, gcvural gma, statp,
haxe .,,,, tMr llUenton of ,,.
portluK tho.,Mglle. but the success of
j le Bcieme wll ,epend upon tho attl-
tude taken by France and Ituly.
. , -
Tho inventus of Kurouean nations
hns multiplied GS times sliico 10SO.
t i',rf''f'5'f!,'H"i"! 's,l'!S ' S t '
but let tho things you lend them
be in such a condition that you're
positively glad tu get rid ot thtm.
This U a safa uun.
DECREE BY JUDGE GEAR
Allowance of $75 a Month for Snpport
and Education Por
tion of Adult
Judge Gear has made a decree In the
ate of the minor children of the Lite
James A. King, who died while Minis
ter of the Interior In 1899. The estate
of the minors consists of real property
allied at $7073 nnd personalty at $G7S0,
and j Iclds but $1.0 a month of Income.
It appeared to the court that the
guardian ,has mixed the ntfalrs of the
minors w ith those of James King, their
adult brother living abroad in parts
unknown. Therefore the guardian Is
directed to pay to Charlotte D. King,
administratrix, the portion of the es
tate belonging to James King with
Joseph l.lghtfoot, guardian. Is also
ordered to pay Mrs. King $7S a month
for the support and education of tho
minors, making up any deficiency of
that amount from the capital until
further order of the court. He Is nlso
to execute a lease to the adminlfctrntrlx
of the lands and leaseholds or tne
minors on their behalf for their minor
ity. III (
The motion for default in the case
of H. Hackfeld & Co. vs. K. Ito. hn
been denied. No answer or pica had
been made by defendant, though hi
Lewers & Cooke, creditors, have con
sented to the appointment of C. II. W.
Ahl, n son. as administrator of the
estate of Chlng Ahl. lual Fna. who
claims to be the widow of deceased,
and Hong dieting, nn adopted son.
have also consented. The alleged,
widow alleges tnat nannali 11, who na
made application to be appointed ad
ministrator, Is not n legitimate child,
and nlso denies that Hannah's mother
was ever the wife-of the said Ahl.
Judge Gear granted the motion of
plaintiff to dismiss defendant's motion
for a new trial In tho rase of E. S.
Cunha vs. Hawaii Land Co.. Ltd.
An order has been made permitting
James E. Fiillerton, guardian of tho
Kanvva minors, to Invest the funds ot
the estate, he to pay Interest thereon
at the rate of 1 per cent n month.
If you have Sore Throat Paln-Klller
will cure It. If you have a cough or
cold. Paln-Klller will end It. If yr.:,
have cramps or diarrhoea, Paln-Klller
will relieve it. If you cut, burn or
bruise yourself, Paln-Klller will stop
the pain. In short, a bottle of Paln
Klller on your shelf will save you pain,
time and money. Avoid substitutes
there Is but one Paln-Klller, Perry Da
vis'. Price 2Jc and 50c.
The British ship Lord Shaftsbury en
i onto here from Hamburg was aground
on August 1st In the river Elbe. Shn
was assisted off and pasted Ciixhavcn'
the net day.
i thebesTln f ' 'MwMBM '
seventy years --y Wi lmmmm 1
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