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CVLNINCI UULLKTIN, HONOLULU, H. T... MONDAY. OCTOBKIt 7 1901.
HOT AND DRY ON MAUI.
Walluku, Oct. 5. Thla lias been an
other hot week In Wnlluku. During
the Inst few (In) a of September, tho
temperature In the shndo was 90 de
grees, hut it lias gone down a little
this week. Although the aspect of tho
heaens a few nights ago nns threat
cnlng, so far no rain i.ns fallen to
moisten the parched earth. If It con
tinues a llttlo while longer this way,
the streams wilt likely ho dried up for
the How of lao stream Is very low now.
Tttttt ti ttion
'FOR SALE EVERYWHERE!
La Insular of America
Trade Mark Registered and owned by DAVID LAWRENCE & COMPANY.
"IF IT COMES FROM SACHS', IT'S CORRECT,"
Are something new, real dainty, a-i I
altogether so pretly that you'll want
a few yards as soon as you've teui
them. We have them In BLUE, PINK,
CRIMSON, CARDINAL and PON
GEE. at Sachs'
We have Just received a new shipment
of these goods plain, stripes and
plaids. The designs are particular!
rich and pleasing.
Maui Offers Its Tribute
To Dead President's Life
Walluku. October 1. Kaahumanti
Church was troweled with an lmmen-j
throng of whiten, natives, Chinese and
'Japanese lust Sunday morning. Sop
letnucr 29. the utenslou belatc a mo
morlal servlc c held In honor of the In) 1
President William .MeKlnley. Tho put
p.c was decorated with nn American
'tlag draped In black. A big photo-
graph of tho late President was huuj
on the wall back of tho pulpit. Tlu
speakers of the dny were Messrs. (leo.
, lions and Noah W. Alull who weia
prevailed upon on Khort notlco to mako
,tuo addresses. Over twenty memheis
COMMISSIONERS TESTA AND
KEPOIKAI AT WAILUKU1
say that his success and popularity
whs (onsumniated when he wan elud
Ilelng the bead of the people, he
wns obliged to present himself In lluf
fnlo, New York, to attend the Par.
Amerlrnn Imposition. Like alt other
Rlght-seers. he no doubt lauded there
light at henrt never for a tnuiiiv it j
dreaming that somo one was sneal.nu i
Claim for Baby Carriages Changed to
Besteads But Amount the
Same -Testa's First
Wnlluku. Oct. 5 The delegation
aioiind determined to take his life, 'to
attended tho dllteient exercises, visit
u.l nnrl Inaiiiii t.-il tlin tiifltiV ilnrui.
mentK. lln delivered a sneoe h. otii. fiom the File Claims Commission In
..ii. nir Hi,, luillet- n( i In- nmernment ' the iieitons of Commissioners A. N.
of Company I or tho Hist Iteglment. nnd Just nt the time when he won' 1 1 Kepolknl and 1' .1. Testa, arrived In
.National Uiinrct of Hawaii, under Cap. j,aV(. icnthed the zcnltn of bis glmy, Walluku from Honolulu Inst Wednes-
roote an. "(!.!)!,. S1.. !,?n '"' M "! "owned nat I da, mocg. At 10 o'clock Ibe same
.liooiu nun u forge u, dirumfiiKH u o w 1 1 li n ttrnun nf iruld or n tllailom i.f i , , . . ..at
'present. Hon. s. i:. Kalue. President '",", XSel w wm. tlw lu h ?, ,he ".mlssloncr. opened their
of the Territorial Senate, nnd nbu r popularity nnd respect. Interwuvyi nr8t session on Mnul In the Walluku
Hon. Sol Knwnlhoa of tne House n! uiii. i,Ul. unci nffectlon. bo was stint (ourtbouse which was thronge,d with
Representatives, vveio among the ii un,i fntnlly wounded by nn anarchist,! claimants of all nationalities, prlni-l-
nnd now Is left to us the duty of pa; ' pally Chinese nnd Japanese.
Ing lerpectH to his memory, nnd to - he session of the commission being
AT - SACHS'
Very soft and beautiful material, in
new stripes and plaid patterns of tin
'I lie following official piogram win
sucicsstull) cnirled out:
Invocation Iter. .1. Nil i
II) mn, "Nearer, My (lod. to Thee.'
by select choir of ladles and gen
tlemen ((insisting of Misses M. II.
inp May Hmitlngtou and Pthl. iiluilns all her twenty years nt sin.
nnd Messrs. M. Knnhlmnhu and ne.
fleo. Maxwell. I v mourn tlto loss of a noble mill
Heading ot Psalms iiev. .1. Nm aspiring only for the good of tho pj-
ll)nui, "Lead. Kindly Light" 'pie and the country. We inlwt thy
Select Clio r presence of tho captain who. In all th
4 j1t tni u
H)nin""JeViiH,'Th'orioy'or Irving Lw )? lo"1 n fIrl!'nd' for d.ur'"2
Hearts" . . Ch.nr his term these nur Isles wero tal.tn
'Amerlen.""siiii"ir' l'.v c'hcVlr'nnd con .Into tho fold, making us safe froM
HAWAIIAN TOBACCO CO., Ltd.,
Cornet- .Merchant and Nuunnu Mt., I
uImo MCrri5L ST., oppoBltc Bothd.
ALAKBA ST., NEAR KING.
Everything Very Touching.
- . - "r - ... .. . iiiiii.111111 nun lit it til in nil uiu vmiiv- i
51 i lMngv ears and the Toss i ta' ttfls ciowded nil day with curl- Beautiful garden scene containinj coffee trees in full bearing bananas
trui- luiBhatid the loss of a fulthfu " visitors other than the claimants. and pineapples, all inside. Ev.e-yboJv Invited.
friend, the only llfohtistnlnliig niiinThe members of the delegation have -
Evening Bulletin, 75c per month
bis wife now I) lug prostrated 'mm ,.,, ,lutt , wnlluku tho iourt-1
WdreiB Noah W. Ali.'l trying moments of International broils,
lymn."l Henrrt the Voice of Jesus 'always steered the stately ship safel
.... v.m,ir tluniiKh.
Oeo. Horn ... .
worked hard ever slme their arrival
mid the Wnlluku nnd Honolulu lawyers
who came In the Interest of their
clients, have been Kept very busy dur
ing the three da)s the (ommlsslnners
have been In session. Miss James of
Honolulu wns sworn In on the first day
as court stenographer, and she too U
kept uusy all day taking testimonies
of the ever evasive Chinese nnd Ja
panese who have been trying to prove
I Hie other pow'ere who would bve, ns befoie the commissioners that their
gregniion. i"" "V" . - . -- . ,..., . ,.
Bnort Addiess and Ilcncclictlnn, ... niniier or (ourse. inhen us. iinipeny, no m umrojui m w
llev.'j.' N11.1 1 If Washington Is loved because th hulul li) order Of the Hoard of Health.
Noah W. Alull spoke ns follows: 1'nther or Ills Country and bis clicJs uhh v;oitb nt least 200 per cent more
We are here, ladles and gentlemei, r corded In the nnnnls of hlslo-y. If . than cot price,
lo do honor to the memory or a ma'i Lincoln Is Immortal ns tho enmnclpa- 0n? of (i1(, j,r()mncnl Knhutiit racr
blghly esteemed by people or rorelg'l I tor. bis blogmphy kliovn to all and lrN I r,ianlg fl(l(, a ca(m nmon oti,er
lands, nnd beloved, ndficd, by bis own .monument not of atone or other :nnt . . . . . , , ,nte.i nf
people, his c ountr) men.-lo William rial wiought nnd sculptured by men ' ' "' "" ' ' 'X-mhT. 1 ., ,i
MeKlnley, tho twenty-rouith l'resbl."i: hut by Cod Himself of Images Hku '-0. Attorney Whiting brougnt th
Metropolitan Meat Co.,
Sachs' Dry floods Co., Ltd,
Agents (or Sterling
Angle Lamp Co.
Alsen C e m e n t
Giant Powder Co.
and Roche Harbor
l-lme, : ;
A LAROE SHIPMENT
Backets and Tubs
Agate and Tinware
Lamps and Shelf Hardware
Trunks and Dress Snit Cases
iTHEO. H. DAV1ES & CO., Ltd.
A beautiful and dainty assortment.
We would like to have you call and
Inspect this stock. : : : : :
14 Hotel Street, neni Nuuiinu.
of the United Statm.
He was horn In the year 1841 In
little town In Ohio cnlled Nlles. NoM
lug much can lie said or his early lli-.
save that when nttendliig school hi
'tdioncd mniked talent In niathciuatlcl
and nlwa)s kept up with thcvcpiestlone
of the day. Like other noted men. In',
too, bad to stinggle for an ediunthm
I Ills fnther wns nn Iron denier, bnd u
J big family, nnd so, curly In lire, wns
ohllged to get out nnd work. At the
I ago of IT he wnM n m liool ti n her. Ju;
auoill tills time the Civil War lunk-
out. and. Ailed wltn the burning desire
to work out nnd to perpetuate .be
prlnilples of nls party, Hint Is to su
to get the negro slaves of the Koirb
out of bondage and to secure them
their fieedom be Joined the innks of
tho Federal army under Oeneml
Hayes, then colonel. On account of
his bravery, he was mnde a lieutenant
after having served as a sergeant
Krom this poslHcm ho wns successive
ly promoted, for gallant conduct In t'io
field, till finally he was breveted
major by I'resldcnt Lincoln In I8HS.
When tne war was over bo (hose ttm
law. He entered too Albany lmr
School and graduited from the same
Institution In ISC". In the same )car
he was Initiated Into tho legal frater
nlty of Sink count), Ohio. He was u
successliil practitioner. Ills last phi' e
of business was In Cnnton, Ohio, wheio
he associated himself in partnership
with Judge Day, ex-Secretary of Stal ,
and winning tne confidence! of all Can
ton. rrnm this time on may bo date I
bis political career, for he ttlwa)s toon
to tho stump mid mnde himself heuid
In communities where still hung ttu
Ideas and traditions of Southern Ui
piociac). Once enteiing polltlis, be
was drirted into It deeper and deep-r.
for he became n Congiessman, then u
Oovernoi, and lastly bis election '.;
the Presidency In IK'jfi, rendeilng bli'i
self wortny of the trust flllhig tin
various positions with hojioi to hltu
self and his constituents.
He bus mnde himself famous In
Congress by being the champion of th
tariff hill, which proved so advuntn
geous to tho countr) for today Amer
ican goods are readily taken the wml I
over, the same time making our owi
fiee fiom foreign invasion.
As a Uovcinor of "the Stute rl
Presidents" he ucted with conslV
ency nud satisfaction It Is useless to
go Into his maiiv lichlovcments. fo.
they aie of varied kinds; auOlcii ' i
unto Him. and If Garfield Is riunect-1 celestial under cross examination nf
ed nnd his nnme 'Inked wit'i that of tcr v.hkh the wltnces transrormed tho
Lincoln because be was slut by nn ( flt. new and elegantly fitted baby car-nssnssln.-tben
iirlnglng It denvu to rlnges to live old dilapidated wooden
innrerii us. to l llnpi McKlnle). Ilii ,,,,,,, ,lt tl. vnIllt. rcmnI1Cll ,i,c
man cr the hour, belongs Hie right if , , . '., ,. ... ,
respect, ir not love from us. to Wll- "'"" ""," """"" "'"" V. ,. ,.
Hum Mi Klnlev beloncB our iimlses: nf"-'- "l "(,t tn commodity Itself
his bloginphy should be ours to learn: i The commlssloneis, however, tiiiv.
bis deeds cm our lips, and it 111 da)s been very painstaking and very faith
to eomo these nm Islands, should rul In the discharge of thslr most oner
piovo to be valuable pearls and pr'is-1 ,,,, ,utles. The court ndjourned at t
,per tenfold, bringing bnppliiess tJ our ,.cI(Kk ,, afleln()011 lmtll Mliniu
shall wo or the (omlng generation pro- """"" ... . . .
claim and reverently spenlt. " TIs to I About 130 claims have been beard
William MeKlnley. the twenty-fourth and about thlrt) more will be heard on
President of the United Mates. whiiMondny. 'I he commissioner hnvn
died by the hands of nn unnrchUt, written to the clerk of tho Commission
that wo aie Indebted to," nid then. at Honolulu to send un about tent
In recognition, these, the I'nrivdlse f lllorp ,.,,, mt wwo ,,,,, , AU()r.
the Pacific, the Isles nt the Sea. a III .. . , ... '
be n fitting and lasting monument ty . , . '-, , ,
tj " been sent up. The Commissioners will
(teorce Hems spoko briefly ns f)I- "Kr " "ey " "n nanu on
lows: Ladles and (lentlemen: Th) Monday, and Tuesday will he devoted
civilized woild Is t brown Into dep entirely to sightseeing and tailing on
mourning today on necount of tha old acquaintances. This Is Commls-
most dastardly act of one. and wo dc. 8iner Testa's first, visit on tho fnlr
tilore the condition or things mat u i-,i ir., ,, i,,..,. i,-,..i t... i,..
.'-. .t . .. I.1- ... .-1 . " ......... ......o ... ........ ..- ..UI
"wayMio llVe of tio PrVslt or tn, '--J 'childhood sung by
United States. The deceased Treat'
Freeh Meats and Pish
by Every Steamer
From the Coast that has Cold Storage.
Choice Beef, Veal, Mutton.
(f Lamb and Pork always
Also Poultry, Salmon and Halibut.
FOR SALE AT
Tte Metropolitan Market, King St., Tel. 45.
The Booth, Fishmarket, Telephone 379.
Central Market, Nuuanu St.. Telephone 104.
General Merchandise. Diy Goods, Groceries.
Japanese Provision, etc
dent, besides having had a hrllllnnt
military career, was a faithful legljla
. ., 1 . 1l .. ..n. .1... ...ml t.O.1.
lor nnu, IIUIIII- 1111. 11 11mm iirimi-n m.- .
the poets, but which bo now beholds
with his own ejes and declaies that the
poets were not visionary, .Mr. Testa
THE GERM IN ii LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
OF SEW YORK.
Paid to Policy Holders since i860 for Death Claims, J14.j7j.4O9.65
For Matured Policies 7,507,608.17
DlvMenJsand Surrenders 3.699,1 J4.J7,
Total 4 5, 577,2 1 1-59
Manager for Hawaiian IsltnJs.
THE ORIENTAL LIFE INSURANCE CO., LTD.
J. P. McCOY, Prculdcnt,
CAPITAL STOCK $300,000.00.
The only Insurance company In tho world Issuing policies In both thd
KNOLISH aid CHINESE: language).
Policies contain all modern ndvnntages
saw Ijihalna the first time In fifteen forms Issued by tho leading American companies.
of the endowment and other
band. Ho wns a t)plcnl American. jearg ,t Saturday night, but he can- Cloverned by the safest Insurance systems. The pioneer Chlnese-Amert-
and now wo mourn his loss. Wlion not ,imrm t,.(llaina's claim for first e an company.
.PSte'T-''in'.r-fHJ ' I"'1" "'"' ' a chance of view Ing . TEL. MAIN 75.
HOME OFFICE. 301-302 Stantjenwald Building. Honolulu, T. H.
wars, the strife neiween capital mm
lnlicir was ramiinnt: but at tho end
of IiIh first term the condition ot
things were Inverted, for fn plate u
strKe nnd unrest there wns a general
prospeilty peivadlng throughout tli.i
larid. Ilu wns greatly admired, lovc-t
and lespetted by all save the anir
chlsts evLii by those of different ki
lltieal vlevwt. The speaker referred to
tho high tilbuto accorded to Pres
cient MeKlnley when President Itoosi
velt nnnounced on bis accepting of
flee that he would lollow out In detail
the policy lain out by his departed
chief. He asked why It Is that u man
so great In tho love of bis country
should bo summarily taken off In thh
manner In the hands of an assassin,
but the nnswer Is In his own wonls
when on his deathbed he utteied th'se
memorable words. "It Is Rod's way
Ills will bo done."
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1116 Nuuanu St.
, Come and sec the Prices.
GRAND CLEARANCE SALE OF
DRY and FANCY GOODS4
IJciJInnlnil Snturdny, Sept. !!.'.
CoikIhhoIcI rciircllcKHO cost.
P. O. Boa ns.
Dwltti Is Fin, Sllki al Gun Llotm Chlnm tni Jipin... Gooli ol All ICInli.
noii Nuuiiyi itrfl .
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I HERE'S TO MEN OF AUGHT
HERE'S TO YOUTH WITH ALL ITS JOYS.
HERE'S TO HAPPINEfIS AND HEALTH.
HERE'S TO NATURET, REMEDY.
When n 111..P has
truth to tcM he liii'is
no end of hczrem
When bis story la
a gladsome ono nnd
ho Ib nble to Inliu
news or bcnlt''. nnd
stiength to tlwt'.i
wlio are weak ai 1
broken down, he
finds millions leudy
to listen. Sueii It
my story: It Is full
ot truth and ovtr '
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or new stiength and
lite ror the sick and 1
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11111I tho old vim airlsnnp bo lelt once moie.
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burns or bllstcrH as do the old Btylo belts. It linu a pi r.ect reguin
tor and my special cushion ele ttiodos.
My licit euros all pain and weakness In from 30 to (10 da)s.
Call and seo It. or write todii) for ni) beautlrully liniatiated M) pa.jo
a ucjok, 11111 01 napp) linings 101 sick people, Sent Iieo.
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