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HONOLULU. 11. T.. TUESDAY. OGTOIIBR 19, tOOV
New Italian Coins.
Tlie first coins of tlio now reign
)i,tv6-tnacic their appearance; In Italy.
Tney represent the king with his head
turned to the left nnd the words "Vlt
torlo Kmanuclo HI" round the bordir.
On the reverse Is the eagle with th
Pavoy arms, surmounted by n crowq
nnd the Inscription, "Regno d'ltnlU,
KM, 1901," round the border. Outsldn
the rim Is the usual "Kert," with tin
knot of tho Annunzlala order.
FOR SALE EVERYWHERE ! FJV
"La Insular of America" Cent
David lawrence &. company, Ltd. 1 Clai
Trade Mark Registered and owned by
THE POPULAR STORE
ARTHUR F. WALL AND
HARRIET L. LEWERS
HAWAIIAN TOBACCO CO., Ltd.,
Corner Merchant and Nuunnu Sts.,
nlHO MOTI3L ST.. opposite Bethel.
ONE SHEET AND
TWO PILLOW CASES
all In one box, and sold at from $2 to $4 per
box. Each Is hemstitched and embroidered
and Is 'altogether one of the daintiest novel
ties we have In the store. Remember the
$2 TO $4 A BOX.
All Wool, 60 Inches wide; very suitable for tkfrts
and Jackets for women or suits of clothing for men.
Merchant tailors are cordially Invited to Inspect these
goods, as they are very cheap, having been Imported
before the high duty was put on. Worth $2.50 per
, yard, but .sold by us at
$1 PER YARD.
On our center table you'll find a goodly assortment
of choice REMNANTS of COTTON GOODS, which we
are clearing out at greatly Reduced Prices.
Sachs' Dry Goods Co., Ltd,
THEO. H. 1)AVIES & CO., Ltd.
A beautiful and dainty assortment.
We would like to have you call and
Inspect this stock. : : : : :
l-t Hotel Street, near Nuunnu.
General Merchandise. Di-y Goods, Groceries
Japanese Provisions, etc
MAQOON BLOCK, MERCHANT 'KTREET.
1 . 0. Box 886 3va,in. 21ft
FOR MEN'S SUITS.
p O Box i ' Tii i
wrxaxrcsr wo odhcajtct
THE OLDEST Clh. SE FIRM IN HONOLULU.
lit. I.,. H. silkf n4 Ciim Llnem. Chlnti. inl Ji;i3m Goo4i of All Kloll
m-tit Nun. nil tiel.
The Bulletin, 75cts. per month
We have now n largo stock of tho
nliovo on hand.
CEMENT ROOFING affords thor
ough lire protection to tho building
nnd Is a nonconductor of heat and
No rusting, decaying, warping,
cracking or melting; ninny flexible,
quickly and easily- applied.
I'uro water flowing from tho roof
can ho used for domestic purposes.
Can ho applied on old shingles or
metal roof. Wind and lire proof. For
flat or steep surfaces.
Wo solicit your enquiries nnd will
promptly furnish any Information desired.
tot' IntllcH it 75c per ytircl and
THE FELLOW WHO STOLE
A JURYMAN'S BICYCLE
Kajlipaka's Plea for Leniency Would
Not WorkHis Habit b Lar
ceny Serving two Sent
"Is this the man that took the bi
cycle away from this building?" Judge
Gear asked when I). Mctloldrlck was
before him for sentence) yesterday
Deputy Attorney Central Cathcart
lepllcd In the negative. The defen
dant had taken a wheel from In front
of the V. M. C. A. Mr. Cathciirt said
that, while of course Intoxication was
no excuse, there were circumstances
that might call for leniency. Ills wife
was living In San Francisco.
"1 am looking nut for the fellow
that stole the bicycle of it Juror who
was cncnccrt In court nt thp limp. If
he comes Iteforo me I shall nut ton-!
shier drunkenness. Insanity or any!
other condition In extenuation." said
Tho defendant having stated that. If
leniently dealt with, ho would en-
ilptlt-rii- In li.nl-A fnr tlin rtut In 41w,
ilrst Oceanic steamer after his release. I
tho court suggested that the Deputy
Attorney General move for suspen
sion of sentence.
Mr. Cathcart moved accordingly and
the court said:
"Your spntpnpp Is utishpnilpil until
the February term. You may go now.)
iiiii ii you are in nouoiiiiii inc nrst day
of the February term you must appear
here for sentence."
Knlllpaka, who embezzled two cala
bashes given him to repair, was asked
If he hud anything to say.
"This Is my first offciiMi before your
honorahlo court nnd 1 have saved you
trouble hy pleading guilty," the de
fendant wild through thu Interpreter.
High Sheriff Drown had Just stated
that Knlllpaka was now serving two
sentences for gross cheat, and Deputy
Attorney General Cathcart that It ap
peared to bo his habit to take either
people's property. Mr. Cathcart had
suggested that the fellow's place was
behind the bars.
JIT LAST olHL
Paris, Oct. 19. The Santos-Dumonl
airship ascended at St. Cloud at 2.3$
o'clock this afternoon nnd flic minutes
afterward began to round thu L'lffe!
Imvi" The navigator completed hli.
S.intGH-Dumont started for the first
time at 2j2j, but on leaving the Park
his guide ropo caught In it tree and ho
wan obliged to descend. Ilo started
again i.t 2-AZ p. ni rose I'.'O yards and
then pointed lor the Klffi-I tower, the
balloon I'Olug In a rtralght line. It
was teen thiuugh dclj glasses to arrive
at th" tower and tunnel It. The tlran
up to that point with tho wind in the
Walloon's favor was h minutes and 15
reruuil. It returned against the wind
t.nd made slower headr'ai', but still
h'.pl In the true direction for St. Chun:
which It i cache! in the fetal time "t
21 n;i.iitcs, IS bccmiiiU. Dill Inste-ui' -it
ilesf ending Immediately Santu-Di.-ir.nrtt
made, a broad iwmd over the
Ajiii Club ground I, xlth 'he result, M'.u
another minute and 25 seconds were
consumed before the workmen seized
the guide rope. Thus technically Santos-Dumont
exceeded the time limit
by 40 seconds.
Tho enormous crowd which had
gathered Inside and outside tho
grounds gave the aeronaut n tremen
dous ovation. Ah his basket came
within speaking dlstiinco Sunto.i-nti-mont
leaned over the side and asked.
'"Have I won thu prlr.o?"
Hundreds of spectators shouted,
"Yes. yes!" but, tho Count do Dion, n
member of the committee, approached
and throw a damper on tho enthusiasm
"My friend, you have lost the prize
by 40 seconds,"
Numbers of tho onlookers protested
against this announcement In lively
terms, but tho Count de Dion said:
"inat is mo decision or tho commit
tee, In uccordanco with the rules of tho
Tho crowd, however, refused to ac
cept this view, and a warm discussion
ensued, thu majority of tlio sepctatnr
taking the ground that Sautos-Dumont
wils entitled to tho prize because ho
had reached tho grounds within the JO
minutes, although ho had not descend
Tho neronaut nftcr protesting against
the dcelsylon of the commltee, finally
shrugged his shoulders and remarked;
"Anyway, I do not earo personally
for tho 100,000 francs. I Intended to
give It to tho poor
There Is no Family Medicine so ra
vorably known as I'AIN-KILLIIII. For
sixty yeain It has been used hy Mis
sionaries In ull parts of tho world, noi
only to counteract tho cllmutlo In
fluences on their families, but for tho
cure of all diseases of tho bowels, and
for wounds, burns, bruises, etc. Avoid
substltmeM, thero U but ono Paln-Klll-cr,
Pcrr Davis'; Prlco 25c and Guc.
i'he Evening llulletln. 7R mm oei
St. Andrew's Cathedral and Home cf
Bride's Parent Grandly Decor
Mr. Arthur Frcdorlck Wall aud Miss
Itfirrli.t Ijil'Hinii I .im-nra nnm mii-clml
nt St. Andrew's Cathedral yesterday
evening In presence or a company that
iiU'HIowod tho edifice. Itev. Alexander
Mackintosh perlormed tho rile and
tho choir of the Second Congregation,
under tlio direction of thu cathedral
oigaulst, Mr. Wrny Taylor sang se
lect hymns. The service was made as
musical as ponslble, In honor of the
bridegroom, who lins for several years
been n member of tho choir. While
tlm rnni'i-nvntlmi wnu numniltll,ii. tl.
orgnnlst hcniitllully played this pro-
biiiin. iK-uiiuiK .tiuicti, wuuuou; ein-
votto Nliptlal, IjiiiIuii; Cavollcrla Itus-
Wedding Music, Dlehl. X'pon itic cu
tty or the brldnl party, which by tho
way wns n most stately procession,
the hymn "Faithful and True" was
sung to the music; of ljhengrln lirl-
uui iiinrro. wuriiig inc ceremony, wun
tlio hiiIkIiiviI tones of thu organ were
mltii'li'il flu, Biiftunod .W.I..U ,.r li,. t-t.i.
Iln, In tho hands of Prof, Jos. icoseit,
liiuying ncniiniaii h i raumorcl. ,. tlio
party went up to thu altar arter tho
benediction tho ibolr bang tho psalm,
"Illessed nru they that fear tho Lord,"
and accompanying thu procession to
tho vestry for tho signing of thu regis
tcr. tlio choir nnd nrirnii ultb anlmnltit
effect leuderi-d n vpcelal wvildlne
inarch, unu exclusively reserCed for
thu marriage of a member of thu choir.
Then, as tho party retired down the
main nlsle. and tho congregation dis
persed tliiough all tho doors, tho or
ganist played Mendelssohn's inagnlti
eent wedding ninich.
As tlio brldnl party advanced, keep
ing htup to the slow measures of the
Initial march, the groom took his plncu
at tlio chancel mil. being attended by
Mr. Charles S. Weight, thu best man.
Tho bride, leaning on tho arm of her
father. .Mr. Itobert Lowers, carried her
self like a princess. Shu wore an ex
quisite gown of white satin eu tralnc,
tho bodice trimmed with point lace,
and a veil of tulle, caught In the hair
wun a spray oi orange blossoms. Wear-
11IU II 1ZIIIII IH'r-Kllli-J U.-III..I. .u ,.-..m
: " " " ..-. .1..., u nu. null.
by her grandmother ns a bride, she
mm.- iii hit iianii cue inn mat tier
mother hud held ns n bride. Accom
panying her was tho maid of houor.
Miss Helen Sorenson. Preceding the
unuu wero ino bridesmaids Miss
Kato Paty; MIsk Irmgard Kcliaefcr.
Miss Mnv Ilnitmn Xlfua U-ntltpt... It'l.l
dlflcld. Miss Jennie Olffard and Miss
Margie Peterson. They carried hou
o.uots or ro3es nnd inntdcuhalr. The
ushers led the piocesxion, belug: J. ().
Carter. Jr.. Dr. Al'ord C. Wall. Merle
Johnson, Wndo Armstrong, W. II,
linhbltt and Harry Penhnllow. The
rendition or tho Hpiscopal wedding
service by the oinclatlng clergyman
was at onco hearty and Impressive.
In the front pews reserved for the
funilllcH and Intimate friends or the
parties wero seated: .Mrs. Hubert
Lowers. Mrs. U. K, Wall. Mr. mid Mrs.
J. (). Cm tcr, t. M. Cooke. Dr. K.
O. Wall, Mr. aud Mrs. W. A. Wall,
Thomas Wall, Walter Wall, Mm. Pen
hallow. Oovernor and Mrs. Dole, At
torney (ieneral and .Mrs. K, p. Dole,
Mr, nnd Mrs. F. W. Macfarhitio. Mr.
and Mrs. J. P. Ilowatt. Miss Caller,
Mih. Aunts Moutnguo Turner.
Tho decorations of thu cathedral in
terior wero splendid. No description
would do them Justice. Tlio central
plceo wns a canopy of white tnlctan
over tho chancel front, beneath which
tho couplu worn Joined In tho holv
iionciH. Thero was a variety of greeu
try. In luxuriant foliage and delicate
fronds, with a wealth of flowers,
wlhch would havo been bewildering
had it nil not been arranged with con
jummato tnsto and system. Tho doc-
.orators wero Mrs. IS, I). Tcnney. Mrs.
Arthur M. Ilrown and Mr. Krnubt Par
ker. Thu wedding reception was held at
lla'ekulanl, thu Walklkl resldenco nt
mo brlduH parents. This beautiful
ocean bench retreat was In gorgeous
ipiepnratlon for tho event, what with
Illuminations of thu limine and grounds
'and the rooms and Iannis vurllnhle
lioplcal bowers. Thoso whoso nrtful
linndH produced tho beautiful arrange
meiits wero: Mrs. Oeorgo Herbert.
.Mrs. Helen Nooiian, Mrs. Charles l.u
ras. .Mrs. John Lucas. Mrs. George
Kluegel, .Mrs. Wlllard Ilrown, Miss 1.11
Ian Paty, Miss Delia Weight, Miss Ln
cy lloth and Mrs. Penhnllow. Uooths
,fnr tho service of refreshments stood
on tho bench front. Thoro wns a va
ried supply or cool hoverages served
throughout tho place hy ngllo servants,
besides leo cream and cake, and every
body was proffered a generous moisol
nt brldo's-cako together with n dream
ing packet thereof to carry home. A
lintlvu Hawaiian gleu club filled the
nlr with ilellghtrul music to .tho sym
phony of thu sea waves. Ono large
room was dooted to tho exhibit cf
wedding presents, comprising u great
clenl of silver and glasswaro, articles
en liirnlture, paintings of local sub
Jects by domestic nrtlsts and, attract
ing paltlcular attention, n lino collec
tion ol calabashes. Tho largest of
these was a lino old ono of kou, pre
sented by tho natlvu employes of
Lowers & Cooke. For about two hour'!
thoro was a steady crash of gnentH.
ami utmost enjoyment was tho univer
sal tone of tho gay assembly.
Mr. unil Mrs. Wall arc spending
their honovinoon at Mr. Wlchman's
plnco nt Wnlahole, on tho Koolau side
ol 'ho Island. Upon their return they
will occupy tho cottage or Mr. and
Mrs. Fied. O. Smith, It'lchnrds street,
until alter Christinas, when they will
tuko up their permanent abodu ut lln-
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DEALING WITH JAPAN liHI:.
San Francisco, Oct. II. Illshop Far
llldge ot Kyoto, Japan, prcachcu the
sermon at thu 11 o'clock services Sun
day morning at St. Luke's Church.
Ulshop Moreland of the diocese of Sac
ramento, formerly rector of St. Luke's,
was also lu the elinnrel. and pronounc
ed tho benediction. The services were
conducted ns usunl by the rector, tint
Itev. William IMwnrd Weeden. Illshop
I'nrtrldgu took as his text I'snlm Ixv,
nitb verse: "ily terrible things In
righteousness wilt thou answer us, U
(Joel of our salvation; who aio the con
lldenco of all the emlH of the earth and
of them that are mar oil upon thu
bca," He said In part;
It Is to the direct application of the
psalmist that I wish to call your at'
Icntlon. The binvo tittle people ot
Japan claim our attention today for
what they havo been in tho past, and
for what they will he In tho filtuie.
Scarcely forty years ago the soIdlcrH
of Japan were ns barbaric hordes; to
day they are tho wonder of thu world
Old Jnpau Iiiib paused away.
Now Hint we would bo bur friends,
let us look beiionth tho surface.
A double sybtem prevails every
uheie. Children are taught history,
but they are also taught mythology.
Science is studied, nnd so Is supersti
tion. They must have both side hy
side, or else they aro not loyal to the
It Is neither upostollc nor Christian
to sweep everything away. Kvery
klirlne nnd every Idol means a long
lug after truth In their poor heathen
way. Thc-y gratify It In the best way
they e-a'i. Let us then show them the
tiuth. Instead of their looking Into
tho large silver mirror in tlio temple
of Shinto, to seo there tho rellectlou
of their gods, let us unclasp our lllblu
and show them themselves reflected
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Beautiful garden scene contalninrj coffee trees In full bearing, bananas
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