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KVE.NINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, !!. T.. TUESDAY, NOV. G, 1301
llllo. Nov. 1. After the announco
mvnt on the streets yosteidny morn
ing of the nomination of James Lewis
hy the native party, 'the sentiment of
Itcptihllcnti lenders on the subject of
endorsing the nomination was divided.
While some Insist that It would har
monize the political elements, othois
liolut out that It Is the duty of tlio
KepuMlcans to enter the field with as
strong n eandldato as can he found..
There will be a strong element which
will opposo any endorsement of Lewis.
ecn though It Is candidate can be
FOR SALE EVERYWHERE!
La Insular of America
Trade Mark Registered and owned by DaVID LAWRENCE Zf COMPANY, Ltd.
THE POPULAR STORE
19 Inches wide, 20 different designs
to choose from. Iteally woith $1.25 per
yard, but sold by us to clear out at
50c per yard.
Don't Overlook This Opportunity.
A great variety of width, lengths and
5c to 25c per yard.
A large atsortmenc of styles, etc.,
will be shown on our center table.
A CHANCE OF A LIFETIME.
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MR. ISAAC S. TAYLOR. '
Mr. Taylor ns director gciicr.il of convtiiu tliiu mid tiinliiteuniKc. will lie
(fry limy during the next two jcurs arranging for the IhiiiIiib of th Luuls
Isnn 1'(irehuc exposition, which Is to lie hchl In SI. I.011K Mr. Tnylor linn
been for several years out uf the Miuiud City's lending mchltcctx.
llllo, Nov. I. Mr. P. Peck returned
by the Kiuan Wednesday from Hono
lulu, whern ho went to confer with
Hllo, Kov. 1. The wedding of Miss
Katallnn Hamlin Clark and Mr. Char-
liia r Cnrlnfliti n.nu iinlumnlTAil loot
r. i' i.. a..-i- o. ,, t.-,-i., capitalists wno nro Interested In the
Wednesday even ng at the Foreign ,', (,ork Fcliem0i ,.revloUB to Mr,
lack's trip to Honolulu a meeting of
the shareholders was held here, at
Sachs' Dry Goods Co., Ltd,
Wc have now a large stock of the if
nbovo on hand.
CEMENT ROOFINQ affords thor
ough fire protection to the building
and Is a non-conductor of heat and
No rusting, decaying, warping,
cracking or melting; always flexible,
(liilcKly and easily applied.
Puro water flowing from tho roof
can be used for domestic purposes.
Can bo applied on old shingles or
metal roof. Wind and lire proof. For
flat or steep surfaces.
Wo solicit your enquiries and will
promptly furnish any Information desired.
I THEO. H. DAVIES & CO., Ltd.
church. At 7 o'clock the organ pealed
forth the "Hrldal Procebslon" from
Lohengrin" as tho groom iiecoinpanl- which it was derided to drop the dock
ed by his best man, W. T. Unhung, question entirely until the Territorial
approached the altar from the right, 'omclals are ready to grant rights nnd
As the music changed Into the "Hrldes-;"',",' '" " """" i"ucei. air.
, ,, ,.,... it,, h.1,1,, .,,ui i, IN (k found the Honolulu part es In the
maids thorns the bride, preceded by . . . ..
the ushers. T. C. Kldgwny and Ralph tn ..()nc.,0Ila of . iIo 11101,,inir.
Haldlng. tho flower girl. Miss Margrrt r. Prrk also called at the enpltol
Scott and the matron of honor, Mrs. W.t building hoping to tlnd that the do
T, Haldlng, entered the church from pnrtment could see Us wny to approve
tho left. Durlug tho short but lm-,ho plans and give authority to pro
presslvo ceremony performed by Mr. cji'd. The opln.on la Btlll held at oil!
Cruzar ... ".Son, of the Ken.ng Star".-- -ssmn "of
from Tannhauser was Played. Federal authority beioro building op-.
After the ceremony the bridal pro- clntlons mny goon. Mr. Peck, who Is
cession passcu uown me ngni aisio iu Measurer of tho Dock Company, states
tho strains of Mendelssohn s "Wedding that nothing is clearer than the Juris-
March" rendered by F. M. Wakefield, diction of the Territory over wharf
who presided at the organ. The church matters within tho Hllo bay. Tho
was most beautifully decorated with 1ock. though S00 feet long If built, will
.. .1 .i..J...ii.n,.n,. t.a loclf over 700 feet of reaching tho
!., .c.unuuuiu. ......,.."- harbor line designated by tho United
Mr .1 .1 Dunne sent the follow In
clf-explanatnry letter to Attorney
fleneral K P. Dole yesterday
Honolulu. II I, Oct 29th. 1001.
Hon i: P. Dole. Attorney (leneral of '
the Territory of Hawaii
Dear Sir I lime the honor hereby
to resign my position as counsel for
the Territory before the Klre Claims
Commission, to take effect November
1st 1901, or upon acceptance. In this I
behalf I have the honor to say that I
am Indutvd to proffer this resignation
by reason of the stringency of luntis
In the appropriation of tho Commis
sion but I do not Intend that my resig
nation shall deprive the Commission of
any sei vices which It Is In my power to
render them. Notwithstanding this
resignation, I desire that both yourself
and the Commission should feel that If
nt any time hereafter my services may
he of utility, or may be required, I shall
be pleased to render them regardless
J. J. TH'NNi:
The Attorney (Icncral made the fol
lowing Immediate reply;
Honolulu, II. !.. Nov ttn, 1901
Mr J J. Dunne. Counsel for Territory
Ilefore the l'lre Claims Commis
sion: .Dear Sir: I have leeched and enn-sW-ed
jour resignation dated October
23tfi. The work of the Fire Claims
Commission Is Hearing Its end. nnd It
was one of Mr. Lincoln's wise maxims
not to swap horses cronstng a stream.
You have the work well In hand. The
Information ami experience which you
have gained in sifting these thousands
of claims cannot be acquired by a new
man nil at once, and by the time he hud
served his apprenticeship the work of
the Commission would he ended. Mr.
Cnthrart nnd Mr. Dnuthitt are fully
occupied In the work of the Circuit
Court. It stems to me that It Is for tho
public Interest that ou should con
tlnne to repretent the government In
these matters for the present month.
even although you cannot give your
full time to them. If you generously
Insist upon making the Tcrritoiy 11
PRICE . .
..AT TIIIJ ,
HAWAIIAN TOBACCO CO., Ltd.,
Cornel Murclinnt nnd Nutuinti Sim.
I. O. Hoy 1)71).
ALAKEA ST., NEAR KING.
Everything Very Touching.
Beautiful garden scone containing coffee trees in full bearing, bananas
and pineapples, all insiJe. bve-ybodv invited.
Evening Bulletin, 75c per month
Metropolitan Meat Co.,
Fresh Meats and Pish
by Every Steamer
From the Coast that has Cold Storage.
Choice Beef, Veal. Mutton,
Lamb and Pork always
leo Poultry, Salmon and Halibut.
decorations weru done undor the super'
vision of Mrs. rrnnk U Winter, me, Tno matter will now rest indeflnlto
brldc wore n handsome gown of em- y unless tho arrival of C. C. Kennedy
broldcred tulle over a cream whits brings some new solution .of the prob
peau dc sole with a tulle veil and car- 1cm. He Is expected to havo complcto
rled a shower bouquet of "white roses, knowledge of Captain Mntson's views.
which with his own may suggest same
present of your services, I cannot oh
ject, but I feel bound to say that tho
services which you have rendered tho
Attorney Renernl's department since
you have been connected with It are
worth far more than the money which
you have receded. I am unwilling to
accept our resignation at the present
Very respectfully your,
B. I DOI.K,
f Attorney Crnerat
FRANCIS MIIM1MIY WORK.
At a hu.:ncss meeting of tho Kranclft
.Murphy Club No. I In I x new hall I.t3t
ivrnlng, there was a discussion on cer
tain matters of flnntice. It was founj
that tho .tost of gii'M'i.; the hall In
s.iape, (!.( tile wiring, cleu rg. repair
ing, etc.. together with bills Incurred
In printing mid small Incidentals, hat
amounted to $97, the resources pa
FOR SALB AT
The Metropolitan Market, King St., Tel. 45.
The Booth, Fishmarket, Telephone 379.
Central Market, Nuuanu St.. Telephone 104.
n.UI.- - -I..1, ..! ltl. ..,.-
white silk and can led pink rosea. Mis .,, ... hn, . ., ..,
Margaret ficott wore white organdlo Superintendent Doyd comes ngnln. ho '"""' """""I'lug to about $3S. On bo
nun or ine ministers or tno city, Kev.
V. I). Westervelt presented the club
with $3."i toward n fund for starting
the club on a cash basis In Its new
The dedication of the new hall will
take pl.uo tonight.
with a pink sash and carried a basket wm cn a meeting nt which he hones
of pink carnations. The hrldal part! the company may secure assurances
Immediately repaired to the home of fiom Mr. lloyd that will make the lm-
Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Haldlng whero n provement a certnlnty.
.....ii.... ,..,. i..,i,i Th ..utu ,ir.o. Tho docks as planned were, to be 10U
n. .ho M,rch 'un,n Mr. nnd .Mrs. " IV"t nn" woul11 1 "W 00-
Bevernnco. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Scott,
Mr. and Mrs. Kiirncnux, Mr. and Mrs.
Dissolve seven-eighths of a
A. beautiful and dainty assortment.
Ilnldwln. Dr. and Mrs. Hn)cs, Mrs. C
C. Kennedy, Mr. and Mrs. wnkencld. Dissolve scvenclRhths of a table
Mrs. Cruzan, Misses Snveraiiee, Deyo, spoonful of soda Iu two tnblespoonluls
Potter. Mr. It. C. Kennedy, Mastam of boiling water; add to it one cupiui
Olvah and lrwln Scott. thuK sour cream; turn this mixture
Tho reception was one of the prcttl- " """ ni'n" or "our. wun wnicn ou
est and most enable that has ever 2fig$ bfn1 -&
been given In Hllo Ihe lawn was ono.,mlf toch'( thlck Bna cut ., out
lighted by strings and clusters of elec- wilh a two(,,mrt basin; fry them on
trie lights hung In and out nmoiig the Krlddle, browning flmt on one slue anil .
trees and shiubbery. The Innal and then on the other; butter' n cake and I
verandas were enclosed with tarpaul- cover It with a layer of cut up and
The Oreat Family Medlclno of ttii
Age! Kor soro throat, gnrgle th'
throat with a mixture of TAIN-KIM.-Hit
and water, and the relief Is Imme
diate, and cure poslthe. It should not
bo forgotten that the I'aln-Klllcr !h
equally as good to take Internally as to
use externally. Avoid substitutes, there
Is hut one I'aln-Klller, 1'erry Davis.
I'rlco 2uc and !0c.
THE EVENING BULLETIN
THE OLDhST HAWAIIAN DAILY PAPER
a siSNDrKB rok ADviBmms J J Jt Jt Jl Jl Jl Jt
THE 6ERHANI4 LIFE INSURANCE COMPART
OF NEW VORK.
Paid to Policy HolJers since 1S60 for Death Claims, 24,373,460.6$
For Matured Policies - 7,507,608.27
Dividends and Surrenders 13,609,134,37
Manager for Hawaiian lslnjs.
We woulJ like to have you call and
inspect this stock. : : : : ;
14 Hotel Htrecti near Nuuanu.
General Merchandise. Dry Goods, Grocer let.
Japanese Provisions, etc
MAGOOS BLOCK, MERCHANT hTREET.
IF1 . 0- Box 886 ZfcvEain.
Ins. 1 The house was artistically decor
ated with llsh nets, ferns and chrysan
themums. Mr. and Mrs. Sedgwick re
ceived under u canopy of maiden hair :
ferns. Mr. and Mrs. Ualdlng were as-,
slstcd In receiving by Mr, nnd Mrs.
Scott and Mr. and Mrs. Severance. Mlsa
Severance and Miss Dejo presided over
(he table where tho refreshments were
served. Dan's club played Hawaiian
songs throughout the evening.
Mr. and .Mrs. Sedgwick left at 10
o'clock In a shower of rice and best
wishes. They will spend a "ck at the,
Volcano Houso after which they will
take up their icsldmcc nt the llllo ho
Subscribers to the BULLETIN
sweetened fruit; plnco another enke not receiving tntir papers promptly
(iver It and lupeul tint process. Serve w;y confcr a f8Vor by notifying tht
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THE ORIENTAL LIFE INSURANCE CO., LTD.
J. I. McCOY, PrcHldcnt,
CAPITAL STOCK $500,000.00.
Tho only Insumnro company In tho world Issuing policies in both U
KNOI.ISH and CHINICSM languages.
Policies contain nil modern advantages of tho endowment and othi
forms Issued by tho leading American companies. .
Governed by tho safcBt Insurance systems. -Tho pioneer Chlnese-Annrl-can
TEL. MAIN 75.
HOME OFFICE. 301402 8Unncnwi1d Building, Honolulu, T. H.
with sweetened whipped cream.
Weekly Bulletin, $1.00 per year
FOR MEN'S SUITS.
tor lmllcx tit 75c pep ynrd nnd
P. O. BOX 995. Tit. ll
THE OLDEST CHi.'E FIRM IN HONQLULU.
ooMi&iseioisr iek-oee-a-istts. .
U.ilin Is Flu, Silk in4 Quit Llnenl. CSImia nl Jipimi, Gool ot All Kloll.
io-ii Nuu.nu ti.
The Bulletin, 75cts. per month
The opening by Hussla of a transcon
tlnentul railway from tho llaltle to the
Pacific suggests the near approach of
tno time wncn wn shall take a through
rar from New York to Paris. Already,
hy the Canadian Pacific, one reaches
Vancouver without change., Tho pro
jected rnllway Horn 'Vancouver to
Point Nome brings the dream of a
transmundano railway ono step near-
o" of realization. If tho aihanco of
prnctlral englneeiJng should keep pace
wun our immense) industrial progress
a rnllway from Point Nome to Ilehrlng
Hiraits ougtit to'bo In-'slght 111 tho next
twenty-llvo years. Tho Husslans have
a brunch of tho Siberian rnllway pros
pected up north as far ns the mouth of
Ilio Amur rler. It would only he nee
coary to run that railway up through
tho Knmtascliatkan peninsula and wo
would tukn n Hleenlnir car from Ww
Vork to Paris; when tho Mnnrhiirlan
line )s completed wo will bo able to
stop at Peking on thevay
The demand for good roads In New
York Stnto Is Increasing nnd tno Indl
cations are that tho Legislature at its
next session will bo nsked to apiip"
prlato $700,000 as Its share for doing
tho work. It Is to be hoped that tho
demand for good ronds will rpntlnuo
to Increaso until every Importnnt
highway In tho atnto shall nave been
Improved. Syracuse Post-btandard.
It's no experiment
when you insist on Se"'r.3 Cyrus Noble Whiskey.
Leave experimenting to others. Buy goods,
that you know arc right.
For seventy years we have been trying to pro1
duce the best possible article for the least
The public know it favorably.
It holds the good trade.
It costs no more than other good whiskey
It is pure and old.
It is distilled from the best selected grain.
It is six years in wood.
It wins on merit alone.
B W. C. PEACOCK & CO., Ltd.,
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