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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, H. T., THURSDAY, OCT. 3. 1901
The King of Natural Table Waters
A Nnturnl Hpnrkltng
Wntcr hottlcel nt the
The Favorite of New York
and London Society.
.tnhnnnic WUH selected h
JUIIdlirilb the standard
from nmonii the mlncrnl
vwitcrH of the world by "The
Lu.ldon Ltincct.' The hlgliCHt
W. C. Peacock & Co.
Razors Honed and Set
Hawaiian Hotel Barber Shop.
FOR an CUNTS.
employs two of the most skillful and
experienced white baker In the city
to superintend their cake and bread
department. Everything clean, whole
some and sanitary. Only the very belt
material and flour used for making
Gluten, Rye, French, Home-made and
all other styles of Bread.
Thirty Loaves of Bread for One Dollar.
Cup Cakes and Lady Fingers
out at 7 a.m.
Jelly Rolls and Layers, Fruit
Cake, etc., out ai 8 a.m.
Custard, Squash and Pumpkin
Pies out at . . .r. 9 a.m.
Lemon, Mince, Cranberry and
Fruit Pies out at 10 a.m.
Chocolate Eclairs and Cream
Puffs out at 11 a.m.
Cookies and Macaroons out at 12 a.m.
Artistic Wedding Cakes any Price.
J. Oswald Lutted,
CONGRESS WON'T EVADE
ITS MANDATORY DUTY
Attempts Made in Former Times Op
posed by Large City Popu
lation Will be No
Coolness and Comfort in the
Fiercest Heat - of - Summer.
Is a dry mineral powder mixed with water only.
It is being ud successfully all over the Islands.
Estimates given for any iron roofs, from a sugar
mill to a small shed. Satisfaction guaranteed.
For further particulars, come in and see the
CALIFORNIA FEED CO:
Wall, Nichols Co.,
There- nrc lots of people who ilci nut
1'iiow how winy it Ib to preserve and
1 1 nine for hnmu attornment, the ninny
nitlHtlc pUtuitu one comes nruiKK
those iluK. In Kline of lliu miiituzllieit
one rcoh reproductions nf inc world'
masterpieces, which mutinied and
framed with kIufh nml binding um In
rcocI tnste. fit ornament for nny urun
In Jour house.
It Is easily done.
V bate ovcrythliiK neceiiwiry In
our Stationery Department. Complete
I'lisse-I'iiitout OutfltH with hook of Instructions.
THE HABIT OF BUYING
...IS A GOOD ONE...
BECAU8B YOU GET
the pureHt n nil moHt
wIioIchoiuc klndH that
t Ib possible to buy !
the klnilH tluit ensure
good health unii lonjj
life. It you love your
little ones, show your
devotion by purcluis
InjJ your groceries ut
H. May & Co., Ltd.,
BOSTON BLOCK, TOUT STHKUT.
Telephones 2, 24, .U2
l. O. Bo USD
GOLD IN THE BACK.
That's all. .Mnybu joii'vo had It an 1
thoilKht otl welt! Rett ItIK old. A REU
STAR PORUS PLASTER lliu moxt
curathe plaster matin will fix It all
light. Leave' It on a row days. A
iilltcli for lame back. Two for L'.'ie.
STOP YOUR COUGH.
Hud colds nro plcutlltil. lleio's a
cuie, lint take It In time PUTNAM'S
CHERRY COUGH COMFORT tula
rlfiht liolil or a coiikIi seems to no
HtiulKlit to the seat 'of trouble. On'i
dose kImh roller. Pleasant to tal"
I'lc ami tide bottles.
'I'lieoe but days uro prodiietlu ol
licudiiches. Tbero Isn't any leatio-i
why yon should suffer when yon can
get a speedy and snfo euro In taUlin;
one or the famous HEAD-EASE po'..
elcis. ThU'lu tho most popular iuiih
tly In thou Ihlllliils; Sie box of twelve
ChlcnRO. Sept. 20. A special till
patch from Washington to llio Chron
The Fifty-Seventh ConBrens will not
only tnl,o up the question of enartlim
a law to prohibit Immigration of Kn
topenns who ore suspected of being
affiliated with nnaichUtie orsanlrri
lions, lint will undoubtedly give con
sideration to the recommendation ol
the department or Justice lor the en
actment of n law; that will constltuti
n deadly nsfault upon- tliu person i
the President of the I'nlteU States n
ticnson. Treason Is punishnble. by
The Immigration litin.au of th"
Treasury Depnitmcnt has favored
drastic regulations to prevent the nd
mission or nuarchlsts. crlmlntiU and
ill other undesirable Immigrants frori
I;unipe cer slnic Commissioner l'otv-
ncrly was InMalle-d ns ltn chief. .Mr
l'owderl'H recomtnendatloni to Con
gress on tills subject have been clear
and unei)tilvoenl and had the Indorse
ment or the scrictnry or the Treasury
and the President.
Thu l-'lfty-rifth Congress mado an
tinsiKcessrul attempt to pa n bill In
troduced by (lovcitior Stone of I'otm
svlvnula. then a mvmbir r, the House
ot Itcpicbcntntlvi.'s, which was design.
oil to piaco lertaln restriction upo.i
Immigration. It was especially altued
nt linmlgrnntH known to lw In cunllb-t,
not alone with the laws, litil the bolt
moral sentiment of their nulve coun
tries. It also comprehended undesir
able characters of every station, ng:
tators, radical socialists find men and
women who hail not been tuuicht I 'J
read and write in their njit'vn longn .
This bill wns warmly advocated iw
C'oinmlssloner Powdeily and tno
Treasury Department. It was chani
ploned In the Senate by b-nator Loiga
The bill railed of pascag became
of the opposition or the members
the House representing elt distrlits.
Ucpivsentntlie llartholdl or gt l.ouh
was the leader of the opposition.
Public opposition or the ','11 car.ie
almost exclusively from tb" ' cltle.
.New oik, Chicago, Phllndeiiihla, St.
I.ouls und other cienl ceuters of po:v
illation, which have a largu foreign el
etnent In their citizenship, wero tre
mendously proline In hnowerlng iielb
tlons of protest upon Congress. Their
opiHisltfon was successful In forcing
the members of tlm House who repre
sented city districts to follow the le'i 1 1
of llartholdl and the bill was over
A similar measitie. or olio even ininv
drastic. Is certain to meet with another
kind of reception by the, Fifty-seventh
Congress net winter. Tho tn.;
edy ut Hurrah), precipitated by a nun
who mows lilniseb to ne n member of
tho class of law-breakers nt which th
legislation will bo aimed, has create 1
an overwhelming public sentiment In
Inior of the passage of a law that will
xtliigulsb nnaichlstic organizations
mil sene as a protection for Presi
dents against the pistols and kulvi,
Commissioner Powderlj will prepare
a special lepoit to Cougiess urging the
necessity ot immediate action on tills
subjeit. Tho Department of Justice,
through Attorney Ccnernl Knox, will
urge the passage of n law that will
make tilt urn assaults upon l'ieIdents
tlenson, piuiishalile liy death. Opinions
,n Washington ns to the necessity for
laws of this character Is prnctlca'ly
unanimous. It Is belli-w.1, moreov r
that. In tho light of the attempt t
murder the President by an tinnrchl-t
no nt ot Uepresentatlves or Senators
will dare brave public sentiment liv
opposing the enactment of such lavs.
Ihe suggestion of the Tn asury De
partment, voiced by Assistant Seer"
tury Alles. that the secret eervlco be
emaiged and empoweied to maintain
espionage en or all peisons known l
bo niiuriblsts Is meeting with cencral
iliv Department of Jiistico malu
tains that the only sure way of stamp
Ing out aniirciiy is by the enuctnieul
of n statute by Congress which will
Slio the l-edeial courts unci execu
tive depnituivms nil necessary pow
er to bring persons known to enter
tain anarchistic: lews to speedy Ju.t
tico. In this connection the depart
ment nud Mr. rowderly agree that all
pel sons not actual citizens of tho Unit
ed Stntes, who ale lound to bo alllll.it
id with iiniiichlsts, shall be taken In
hand and promptly deported, regard
less or the length ol time they haw
been In the country.
Senator .Mc-Comas of Maryland and
Senator Scott or West Virginia hav
already Indicated their purpose or In
deducing bills which will cover tilt
KXlgencles created by this last ileiti-
nnstiiitlon of iinaichlBtu. They wlM
haie nbiiiidaiiiii ol silppoit and )
npenillou tiom a large element In tho
llotfse. Their bills will be ready lor
Intioduc Hon holme Congietu In dti?
LOCAL - AND GENERAL
Notice to agents to grant marriage
licenses appears under New Today.
Nicely furnished rooms, Popular
House, 1219 Fort St., $1.50 per week up.
Dr. J, Atcherlcy can be found at 313
King street, next door to Opera House.
Oeo. Haffncr, the Jeweler, will re
move on October 1 to 1113 Masonic
The postponed "nt home" of the
Kllohiina Art I.cigtie will be held on
Harmony Lodge. I. O, O. P., silver
annlveisary will be celebrated nt Mo
ana hotel on Saturday evening after
next, the 12th Inst.
The trustees of the Honolulu Ath
letic Club will hold a meeting tonlgnt
for the election of new members nml
i..e transaction of other Impoitant holiness.
Tho schooner Henry Wilson arriv
ed yesterday from drays Harbor with
a very large cargo of lumber. The tin
sel Iclt hero about seven weeks ago
nnd made a quick trip.
Honolulu Photo Supply Co. has two
grades of Platlnotype photographic pa
per, one grade being not much inoio
costly than velox and giving effects
like old etchings.
.1. M. Dowsett, executor under the
will of II. M. Stlllmnn. tenders his an-
nual account showing icielpts of $i,IO.
SI and p.iyments of $I.M.C, which
leave ,i balance of $189.16.
If the weather continues good th;
alternoon. tho llnals In tho Paclhc
Tennis Club tournament will be flu
Ished nnd the lleretnnla Tennis Club
tournament In singles started.
Don't foiget Camnrlno of the Cali
fornia Fruit Market when uu want
fruit nnd vegetables, I He always has
on hand a fresh supply of both Cntlfoi
nhi and Island fruits. Telephone Main
Seven tenders were opened for con
struction of the extension of the Itapld
Transit Co.'s lines today. The llguiei
could not be glien out and It was not
ceitaln If the contract would be award-
ed this afternoon.
The tegular monthly meeting of the
Catholic Ladles' Aid Society will le
held at the residence ur Mrs. John F.
Howler. King stieel, totuoiiow after
noon. A social will follow the me-"
Ing. to whleii all Catholic ladies ar--
cordially linltvd. Those not membi'lb
ate asked to tome, so ns to meet Hik
Iw Hoffman, one of the bookkcepen
of the city, was arrested this morning
by Olllcer Muleltner. a complaint hav
ing been made that the man wns in
sane. Later on. Hoffman was examin
ed and found Insane. Thereupon, ho
was sent to the Insane Asylum h)
The meeting between Agncw and Fo;
for a sparring match for points on
Thursday next will come utT without a
doubt. The match Is to take place In
the club rooms cm King street, oppn
file the O. It. & L. depot, llotli men
limp been doing a lot of outdoor as
well as Indoor work. Agncw does his
running up the Punchbowl road while
Fox does his out on I.lllha street.
Neither man will have any excuses to
offer ns far as condition Is concerned,
when (hey meet on October 10.
DUNWBLL FOUND GUILTY.
M. Phillips & Co.
Wholesale Importers and Jabbers.
.lir'obucung i.o t or" the European and American Dry Goods
Hiipld Transit Co. on Hotel street, near
the Y. M. C. A. a few days ugo, wan
tiled In the Police Court today. At
torneys Coirea and Crelghton appear
ed for the defendant and Attorney V
It. Castle for tho Itapld Transit Co.
The defendant was found guilty nnd
Ecntrnrcd to pay a tine of 5 and icists.
The defeiiFo claimed that the de
fendant has as niuili light on the pun
He streets as the Rapid Transit Co. and
the prosecution came back with tho
ritoit Ihnt the franchise granted tin
(unipniiy gave them an oxclutdie light
to tho tracks.
The testimony showed that Dunwcll
wmt a little too far and that bi
blocked the track of tho Itapld Transit
Co. when thero wns no lnockade of ,ho
kind. He purposely stood In tlm way
of the linconilng electric car notwUu
htandMK tho fact that the mntoiniun
clanged the bell and did everything to
uttiatt the defendant's attention.
Fort and Queen Sts.
General Commission Agents.
Cor. Fort and Queen Streets, Honolulu,
THIS SPACE. RESERVED FOR
The O.ihu Association of Ministers
held their annual meeting In Knwala
hau chinch jesterday. S. K Kaai.i
was chosen moderator and Po.il. scribe.
The"repoits of Hie churches represent
ed were read. As a whole, they wciv
eiy favorable. A committee wns ap
pointed to bring in it solutions and re
pent later on the death of Itev Mr,
Walamau. Liter on, the committee re
ported back lesolutloiis which wi-ih
A committee consisting of the fid
towing was appointed to picp.ire a lit
crary program for the next nieetln;
of the association to be held In thn
spring. O. P, Fmeison. O. II. titillck
und Po.il. The addresses to be madx
al that time will consist largely In
Instruction In vat lous topics.
There was a discussion of the theo
logical school In the city and candi
dates for admission. At l o'clock, the
association adjourned to meet again at
2 o'clock today, jit wnl:li time the
subject of ct angelical work In the
Inlands will he taken up. .
Dr. Hartley addiessed Ihe assochi
lion on the work of the Anti-Saloon
Hnlloraii has worked Ids way up
fiom the ranks. Tho Immigrant with
out n penny to his name had heconiH
at last u local politician of far rench
lug pull, bad been advanced In the
icu'iiclls, hdd dabbled successfully In
Wall street, had died of apoplexy and
had left a generous fortune to various
ehailtles. Wherefore his tellow cltl-ze-rti
elected to his memory n fountain,
wh'ich. being In the classical style, was
decorated with ninny tlgurru drcss.cd
fi.r their perpetual ham minus the
bathing suits. "An' Very fitting It Is,
fjo," was the remark of one of the
city fathers, who like Hnlloraii had
come from the Fmerald Isle. "Don't
yez kei that ut rlprlslnts tit tollmc
when brave Tom had uury a shirt to
his luck." Philadelphia I'ium.
FILL INTO BAhKMerST.
Joe (irltlci. a laborer working on tlm
demolition of the Hall building ruins,
fell from the sidewalk on the King
sticet side Into the basement at IS
o'clock today. He cut his head some
what ami sprained his ankle. While
being renioveil In the polite pntiol wa
gon lo the (linen's Hospital he scream
ed with pain, and nystnudcis comment
ed on what lluy deemed his lougli
handling. Wonl from tho hospital Is
that (Irlllo's Injuries are not serious.
You Have a Family free
Itut If you htivc'nt (i
8hoc Tree you enn
never expect toluive
i out shoes In sluipc.
The ''Roster" Tree Is the best, easy to
insert or withdraw, saves the feet from
corns or bunions, saves the shoes.
MCINERNY SHOE STORE
Ladies' Colored Shirt Waists
At One Half Their Value
We are overstocked with Shirt Wnists
,tnJ must dNpose of our pre.sent stock
in order to make room for our immense
amount ot j-oods just received by the
Mariposa. We promise yen extraord
inary values in this stle and assure you
that you will not be disappointed in
comino; to see us. : : : :
PUICIi nedTjctions AS IOI.LOWS :
l:i'cnch Zephyr Wnists In Pink, IJlue nnd Itlnck unci
White Stripes, reduced from $2.it5 to $I.CiO.
Chumhry Wcilsts In niirruw stripes, VJ.00 nnd I.'IH
reduced to I.OO.
All our Lnvvn Wnists, I. SO nnd I. '." reduced to 75c.
Chnmhry Wnists with embroidered front. U.00 re
duced to I.OO.
Chnmhry Wnists In solid colors, Pink nnd Itltic. tucked
front nnd buck, reduced from it.OO to I.OO.
One lot of Striped Lnvvn Wnists reduced to II Oc.
One ense IttO lied Sprencls, rejjiilnr I.1I5 utility on snle
this week ut 1.00 ench.
You Saved Money Last Time You
Came to One of Our Sales ;
You Can Do It Again Now.
Pacific Import Co., Ltd.
PROGRESS BLOCK, FORT ST.
CLIINTOIN J. HUTCHIINS,
J. D. AVERY,
neueinl IleportliiK anil Typewrltlus.
Tel. Illuo Kill. Seronil lloor Kllte
U a. m., BM5 p. in., or later by engagement.
Kimriuli people tonmimo each four
inns ot coal a year: Ileli;lans Just .in
tier tlueo tons nnd (lerinaim only I 'I-l
M(opiNe I v. Mr
J. H. FISHER
Stock and Bond Brokers.
FIRE ASSOCIATION, of Philadelphia
WESTERN ASSURANCE CO, of Tt-
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE
Honolulu, October l, ?:r
NAMD OF STOCK JjfJ 2 Bti Aiktl
tt. Brewtr ft Cntrpany. Low.vx loo .,,, .t
II S S.tM DO.Co.fi 6o,n too lc
L II. Kerr t Co., UJ . too,o.o V-
Ewa Plantation Co... I 5,000.000 o ts iH
Hamoa f'lantatlonCo . t1)jm loo ..,
HawallanAcrlcutturalCc t.ooo.ooo! 100 . ...
HawallanCom.&Su Co. i.ita.Tjo) loo.
Hawaiian SuKar Co . . 1,000,000 ao rfH .....
Honomu Sugar Co Yso.000 too: lr
HonokaaSuear Co ltooo,ooo aol
Ha'kuSugarCo joo,oool loo1
Katiuku Plantation Co soo.0001 to' a) v5
KlhtlPlantCo.ltJ, 11.050.000 50! ...
Kllahulu Sujar Co . . 160.000J 10c . ... tio
KoloaSucarCo yx,ono! tooj
Kona Suear Co.. at Soc,ouoi loo
Meter) JeSu Co ,L4.a I litr.500 fa. . 1i
" " ' pittpl 1.650,0101 to
NaMkuSusCo LtJail to)
fit,? ... ao'
Oatiil Surar Co . l.(or,cno tool . . i
Unomaa uearCo, ,,000,000 to.
Ookala Sjear Plan Co ;oo,ono aoi .... tt
Olaabu. Co.. LlJ .all lis.000 10 tit
Olaa SuCoLtJ, pi ur-f t 500,000 ao tah
Olowalu Coirrany 150.0m too
Paaunau Su. plan. Co 5.000,000 yj
Pacific Suear Milt ... 500000 too. . tij
Pala Plantation Co T5o,ouu' too...... 145
Prptckco Suear Co tso.ouo too
Pioneer Mill Co ff.e50.00n 10,
Pioneer Mill Co. Attet 500000 too . .
Walalui Aer. Co., 4,500.000 too 4,14
Walluku Suear Co. Too,ouo. too . . . 553
Walmanalo Sural Co 151,000 too
Wllme a Mill Co .... It J. 000 too
T der Steam.Mn Co 500,000! too' in
,,""!,'"i ' 1 N-Co 500,000 too ot
la.rallan fclev,c Co 150,00 too.....
Hon. Rapll T.St tanlCol so,ono loo
Mutual Telernon Co . ! 1 1900 to I . ...
Oanu Ry si lanl Co I t.ooo.ooo, too . too
People'! let k R t'r Co' 150.000 too
First National Bank ,,.
Flr1tA.SU1nkM.ro I.... ... u.it
BONDS. I "
Hawallantiov percent t.... S1
HlloH. R.Co.ormenl ,
H1I0 R. R.Co, 6prcent lao
Ion. haplj Ttantll 0i
Ew Plantat n 6 per ctml 101 ioiu
Oahu Rot lanl to. pre .,', ..
Oahu Plantation 6 p e I
Olaa Plantation 6 pc.
Walalua Aerlcul, t p c toiH
V.II.LAKI) E. BreOWN,
Halstead & Go;
on Suga. Securities
407 Fort Street
Stockand Bond Exchange.
Stock and Bond Broker
Member of Honolulu Stock Exchange
Orders lor the purchase or sale of stxki
ana bonJjcarefullyanJ promptly execute.!.
MclISERlNY BLOCK. FORT ST.
Dr. Pierce's IZlec
Awty w Ih D'UCK1 Intet
tlua'e. S.nJ lor "Book
let ln " Aitrrn
I'll.kCU l.l.CTk'IC CO.,
020 ,M"kel it., S. P.
LIIJE SAVING MATRHSK.
M. I'.ilmnarry, iioc-iIIiik fur the uso
11.' lliu I.'.', tun iitfi sumo Burl uf
bir.ull limit th.it could lie Htincil uwuy
on liiiiinl In sui'h it manner as tn oc
tupy but llnlf bimi'p, cciiicclvrcl tin
Irteii uf finploylnK fur tlir tinrposp one
of the nJr matri'bae'H used for lylnn
upon, nml, after a numlier of experl
me'iits. stiiTC-riiril In iIpvIsIiik a Ri'nuln
boat capalilp of easily currylnt; two
men anil rlKsliiB. The mattirs. after
lielni; inllateil. forma the liottom nf a
ant lio.it nf strntiK canvas. The hoat It
mancMiirri'il throiiKh a paclille, tho cen
ter of which Ih rotmeil of a tube In
which enitaite the two hl.itli's. thin
peunlttliiK tlie whole tn be iirraniteil Ir
n tuii.ill space. This hunt iniittrers maj
be imed In a senernl way upon trani-
Atlantic or upon other ships, where II
may lie employed as an ordinary mat
tren for slceplnit purpose and bo
pluct'il all mounted upon beds tn lieu
nt Hpi'lne mattrcspes In Htatfronnta. In
thin way, the passeiiKerH will liae It
at their disposal In ciifo of daiiKer ami
may use It as a lifeboat. It mUlit HKe.
wise ho iiK-ii by explorers as an onll
miry mi t tress for sleeplni; upoa. .
Unit would be 11 (trace1 to any lieiiis,
JtiHt opi'iii-d by us, nml um vvultln);
tor you to 1011)11 to Hi'i' tlieiii. If you
liaveii t 11 nice itri'Hwr i' went you in
see thusi). beciuiHii ou cun't help lill)
iiik one when you Know how conve.
ulent tliey inc.
.MulioRiiny ih the popular wood lor
ftiinltiile mid wei have
that will sliluii uboiu nny In town and
nt ridiculously low pricea.
'i would lll.e to cull attention (J
This brnneli Ih a wry important ono
to you unci to us.
We make anything )oii older and
ficiui any iIc-sIkii. Mattresses made
of hair mid wo sell them lor hair--
no cheap niUtillc. I'lllows stuned,
loiicheH made, etc.
Ground Flour, JudJ BullJInr
I'ostoflice Box 390. telephone Ifjg.
J. HOPP & CO.,
The Lcmllnii PuiMiltiii'c Dcnlcrn.
Kini; .uul Bethel Streets,
HART & CO.,
THE ELITE ICE CREAM PARLORS
Fine Ice Cream and Water Ices.
Chocolates and Conftttlon.
liiihlncHH Mil n 'h Lunch
The best In the city: n:)oa.m.to 3p.u1,
FOR EVERYBODY !
MOM) A V
Wc Will HC 1 1
Crepe Tissue Papers
10 II 10 Cl'.NTK Hlnivlc
poll, up $1 fop 11 elocu
rolls. Alliciiloi'H the
Hume price, t 1 t 1
All the l.atcKt
ItuoliH In Mock
,'lill Poet Street.
Judd & Company
STOCK AND BOND BROKERS, i
REAL ESTATE AGENTS,
RENTS AND BILLS COLLECTED.
Ottlcr No, 307 StatiRenwnld butldlnr.
Honolulu. T. II. T. O. box 7.'
Tel. T13 Main.
n-.t ttvStv v-
Valenciennes, Applique, Swiss.
Nainsook and all over Embroid
ery. Real Terchon all ovet
l.iccin black and white, newest
designs and finest quality. A
big choice at - - -
E. W. Jordan's
10 POUT 8TIJEET.
Blank books of all sorts, ledgers, etc.
manufactured by the llullctiu Publish
V. . "Mt ,t,fil6t-w. 4taM lhr,-'-$t tiaiW