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Now York, Nov. 3. Members of tho
New York Hoard of Trado nnd Trans
portation have Issued a rail for n spc
rlnl meeting to consider "commercial
reciprocity." The. call In nddressed
,to members of tho Hoard who aro en
gaged In manufacturing, nnd con
"ludcn: "Tho undersigned nro nwnro
tlint differing views or tlio vnluo of
u'mmcrclal reciprocity aro held among
manufacturers and have not ourselves
compared opinions. The meeting,
tliorcforc, Is called absolutely without
i ptcjudlco or bias, nnd thoso attending
wfll shnpo conclusions.
FOB SALE EVERYWHERE ! pjve
"T'.n. Trismlfl.T1 'nf AmpHnfl. Cent
Trade Mark Registered and owned by DAVID LAWRENCE & COMPANY, Ltd.
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PRIC5 . .
TO BE IMPRISONED AT
HAWAIIAN TOBACCO CO., Ltd.,
Cornel- Merchant nntt Nutinnti StK. P. O. ISox 070.
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The reputation of Sachs' Is so well
established for everything that stands
for reliability that prices quoted can
always be conslderod as meaning ex
tra full value for the money.
HERE ARE INSTANCES'.
Flannels and Flannelettes
Our assortment of those scasonnblo '
goods Is wondeifully complete.
Flannelettes 15 yds. for $1.00.
Flannelettes 10 yds. for $1.00.
Flannelettes 8 yds. for $1.00.
White Klniinols, an especially good
Keep off chills during the rainy season
or In fact any time. If you need blan
kets now come In and see what we
have. You are sure to find what you
want at a reasonable price.
White with striped colored borders
2i,i yards .square "
Gray with striped colored borders
2 3$ yards square
Brown with striped colored borders
2'i yards square
Red with blue stripe border
Miy t u'i i Nothing but good can be said of these
W0pi DianKClS blankets. They ire white with pretty
stripe colored border all wool full size double and as for prices, they
tell their own story S6.00 to Sio.oo per pair
Yc might nlso mention CHILDREN'S COAT8. Wo havo too many of
thorn nnd don't want to enrry them out to another season; consequently
Hie prices havo been greatly reduced. If Interested, ask to sco theso
COATS FOR CHILDREN. It will pay you.
That ALL-WOOL BLACK CHEVI OT, GO Indies wldo. Is not all gono yet.
The price still remains at $1 per yard, which la simply ridiculous for thin
class of goods In rcnllty worth $2.B0 per yard. We bought It before tho duty
was mixed, llenco our price of $1 per yard.
Sachs' Dry Goods Co., Ltd,
l'hcU by CllsrlJbit VftMnrton.
REAH ADMIRAL RAMSAY OF THE SCHLEY INQUIRY COURT.
ltrnr Admiral KritncN M. Kiiininy mi Ceiled Itviir AiIiiiIiiiI lluubou r.
the tlilnl Judceof the jHi-hh-y iniirt of Inquiry.
IS, NKffiLT WAHID IP Pi MEN KT
Now York, Nov. 4. A special to tlio meeting of the shipping men of
lU'ruld from Washington s.vys: Mis. .i,c rtv ...... i,,,i,i vestcrdnv uflenmnn
Iloocvolt has gone to New York to do for ,10 prl.oso f considering the Im
some shopping before the social sea. pruvements to wharves as suggested
son ncrn roriiiuiiy uegins. ncr reason uy Assistant Superintendent of Pub-
for going ontsldo ot Washington Is II,. Works Marston Cumiibcll irt tho
possibly due to an Incident which oc- in.,i mcctlne of tlio shliinlna men and
currcil here a few days ago. t10 0ari f Health last Monday night.
.Mrs. Kcosovelt was Informed that In rhmu present nt tlio meeting weie us
Washington tho smart nt lias Its follows: Mr. Ulffard. rcnrcsentlnir W.
gowns made In u certain fashionable (j, rw Co.: Mr. l'fotenhnuer.
establishment. Tho wife of tho IVoal- Hackfeld ft Co.; T. Cllvc Davles, in
dent recently visited tho place nnd 4cs & Co.; II. Kocke. Schacfor & Co.;
fouinl tlio waiting room crowded. Word ncorgo I'. Dcnlson, Onhu ltallway Co.;
was conveyed to tho proprietress that i. a. nuinnn. Castlo & Cooke: J. I
u lady wished to consult her about t'ooke. Alexander & Ualdwln.
somo gowns. She Bent a reply that The. general sclicmo of Improve
she had cngnKemcuts for that hour and monl ,hanced by -Mr. Campbell
could riot Do interrupted.. Her curt ttna npproved at tho meeting and n
message wns repented to Mrs. Hoosc- committee of three consisting of
vclt, who patiently waited for nlmo3t .Messrs. Olftard, l'fotenhauer nnd 011
nn hour. ninn wns nnnolnted to confer with Mr.
Piofutic apologies wcro made by Uiq camnbcll unon his return from Hawaii
drcssmnker when sho discovered what in ii,,, Klnau tomorrow. In resard to
bad happened, but Mrs. Roosevelt, II lho details, plnus and specifications of
Is understood, wns not suClclently Im- wtjnt Is proposed. Mr. Camt.Vll'ti
HARD LABOK SIX .MONTHS
On Conviction of Manslaughter in the
Third DegreeKilled Bombay
in Police Station
AtlT an iitwni'e of nbout ten hours,
the Jimry found Klkl guilty of man
slaughter In lhi third degree. Judge
lluniplirejs snntencid him to lmprls
onnicnt nt hard labor for sK months.
Tvlm defense of Klkl was that ho knew
nothing nbout the death of Clmrlcrf
Ilombay. the man he killed.
Ik testllled that lie was employed on
the Lcliun, nnd on the day of the niur
dci leiuriicd from Moloknl with rattle
After the ship was Mlv hnrged he
bought bottli. of gin, mill drnnU It
with the ndststnuee ot n friend. II"
went home nt about ') o'clock nnd upon
the Invitation of u friend stnited tu
get something to eat. The flesh air
made him illrj. and he became un
('(.nwlons. He knew nothing further
until the ii'.t miirnlng when he wns
awakened in n toll nt the police stay
tlon. In niisner to close questioning
he declared he remembered nothing of
a fight with nnother prisoner In thw
After lmlng been out some hours,
the Jury wunted to visit the cell. Judoo
Huu)liro) denied tho request, us no
new evidence could bo admitted afU'f
the ciioc went to the Jury.
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" If )ou don't aut vbULey to get the but of you, you tnuit get
the txH ofTthiskiy."
"1 do lady, but uhin a fellow's only got a nickel lie can't buy
W. C. Peacock & Co., Ltd,,
pr ci.se d to leave an order.
BURNI5D AT THE STAKE.
We havo now a largo stock ot the
nbovo on hand.
CEMENT HOOFING affords thor
ough (lro protection .to tho building
and Is a non-conductor of heat and
No rusting, decaying, warping,
cracking or melting; always floxtblo,
quickly and easily applied.
Puro water flowing from the roof
can bo used for domestic purposes.
Can bo applied on old shingles or
metnl roof. Wind and flro proof. For
flat or steep surfaces.
Wo solicit your enquiries and will
promptly furnish any Information de
THEO. H. DAVIES & CO., Ltd.
(lulfport, MIes., Nov. 4. A negro,
whoso name has not yet been learned,
was burned nt the stako In Perry
figures are approximately $I0,C0O and
j It was rcprerrntcd at the meeting that
the money necessary would be forth
'coming when definite steps are ready
to be taken.
Tho sole object of the impiovemento
Is to prevent rats from making their
NEW KLONDYKE STRIKE
A beautiful and dainty assortment.
county, MIbs., Saturday night. Tha homes under tne wnarves. to gle easy
crlmo for which the negro was burned irenng of fumigation and In this way
wns committed early In tho morning l. assist the work of the quarantine
nnd Mrs. Kortenbury was tho victim, department.
Sho was the wlfo of one of the most , ' '
i prominent citizens In that tqmmunlty,
I and was beaten Into Insensibility by
the negro. After rccovcrlnfl conscious-1
incss, nnd while almost too weak to. VniHotner, II. C, Nov. I. Orcnt ey.
move, sho began crying for help. . cltoment prevails at Dawson out a
I When assistance reached her she "-'w strike. Tho first news of tho find
told tho story of the crhno and descrlb- -minl-B
cd tho negro., A posso was organized ConKomerate creek, n tributary of
nnd the negro answering tho dcscrlp- Muntnna creek. At that tlmo tho ox-
tlon .given by. MrB. l-'ortenbury was cltoment was grent, nnd when sovcrnl
caught and Identified by her. She dfij'H ago word was received In tho city
stnted positively that ho was the man tbnt tho claims were really worth
who had committed Hut crime. Tho ! "omctblug and tho prospects wero
.i,.,.. i nni.,..in. tniiin,.'good, It wp s the luimedlnto cause of
.1.1 i . ii t. i i . ..i-.'...i . i i several stampedes. Tho reiiort re-ach-
all tho details hO had previously dc- .., lv.WK.in Hint tl.n nrleea nf ilnlm.
nlc1" I Jumped nil tho wny from $100 to $5000.
An Informal court wns organized by On October 28th. not regarding tho
the members ot tho posse. The trial nearness of winter, a party of eleven
resulted In a decision to hum the negro tot out tor tho creek with only enouga
who was carried from thu house to tho supplies to last them thcro nnd a few
sceno of his crlmo nnd there burned at "";' ?"""" iuI"-"'b or "'" "-'
Wc would like to have you call and
inspect this stock. : : : : :
14 Hotel Street, near Nuunnu.
City of .Mexico, Nov. C This morn
lug tho Pan-Auiurlcnii Congress do
i iiled to go Into, tecrct session to
hear tho projed ot tho arhitratlou
treaty proposed by the Mexican dole
g.itlon. Tho votes against tho secret
hcnslon were those of Paraguay and
the Argentlno llcpuhlle'. ISollvta nnd
Peru, four against llfleen. Tho prujort
Is decidedly fauirnblu to Chile nnd
correspondingly distasteful tn Peru. (
I lie llaguu convention In Itn nrllclo i
ii) recognized arbitration ni tno most
clllraelous and equllnhlo means of set
tling nil questions nrlslng from Inter
prointlon nnd nppllcatlon of Interna
tional conventions. Tho Mexican
project omits this declaration, and
ino omission Is an evident triumph for
Chile, Inasmuch as thu entire illflcr-
eneo betwe-en Clillo and Peiu hlngeu
prerlscly upon tho iuterpii-tntlun of
tho Convention of Aneou. Tho Mex
ican projeet states that ntt questions
not Involving tho Indcpeudonco or
honor ot n country uio lit subjects for
rililtratlon.. hut nutnorlzes each nation
ueioro signing tor tuo raiiiicaiion ot a
treaty to withhold concrete questions
irom the coiiwntlou, even though they
do not ancct its lienor or Independ
ence. TIiIh Is nnother point favornblu
to Chile, and tho second point of dif
ference f i om Tho llaguu convention.
After tho proposed arbitration trea
ty had been reviewed In secret ses
hlon tho doors of tho conference) hall
viyo ngaln thrown open tn hear tlio
proposal of tho rjuntcmaln delegation
lor a convention for tho Pnn-Amorlcnii
court of claims. Tno proposed con
tention provides that, with tho object
of facilitating the adjustment of con
troversies which tho several govern
ments participating In tho convention
may have been iiuabla to nettle dlplo-matle-nlly,
tho high contracting par
ties agree to submit to tho court of
claims nil pending and future ques
tions between governments of any of
tho participating powers and citizens
of any of tho other powers.
( ALAKEA. ST., NEAR KING.
Everything Very Touching.
Beautiful garden scene containing coffee trees in full bearing, bananas
and pineapples, nil InslJe. Bve-yboely Invited.
Evening Bulletin, 75c per month
Metropolitan Meat Co.,
Fresh Meats and Fish (0
by Every Steamer
From the Coast that has Cold Storage.
Choice Beef, Veal, Mutton,
fl Lamb and Pork always
Also Poultry, Salmon and Halibut.
TUNNEL Tllll CAUCASUS.
HOLY HF.PULCtlltli CONFLICT.
Bridal Present in
Stocking and Pocket
New Ynrli, Nov. 3. When Penihyn
Now York. Nov. 7. The recent vlo-
New York, Nov. 2. A cable to tho lent conflict In tho Church of tho Holj
Win Id from St. IVteiYhuri: unvs: A Sepulchre. ,nt Jerusalem, between
lcnir.ikiible nroiett Is receiving atten- 1 ranclscnns nnd Oreele orthodox Novllle, nn Uiigllshmau, arrived hero
.,.. ...... Tt.,i.n ...in.,. it I monks, nvs tho Ilcrlln correspondent i trdny on tho Uumbtla he told tho cus
,...;nurf ,n .! i.i n,i..r 9 ' I-oudon Times and Now York toms Inspectors that bo had nothing
',M,U'VU " vwt."v .. .. ..... M'lmita. In ropnnlpil hv mivim flor. flillltiiiln. Hit nlsn unlil Hint ln htnl
General Merchandise Diy Goods, Groceries.
Japanese Provisions, etc
MAGOON BLOCK, MERCIlAKT'hritEET.
35s . O- B63S 886 1LeAn. 2Ifl
Hit nlert u;ild Hint In
the main cluiln of tho Caucasus nioun- nmu u-spapers as nn event of somo comu to tho United Stnt?-s to marry it
nuns irom u puuu iuny iniics uuiu signlllcnneo.
of Vlndlkavkas. Tho tunnel will bo Tho Vosslscho Zeltuns Irontcnlly
twenty-three, miles lone nnd cost $75,-' asserts that I'rnnco, as "protector of
000,000. As soon as the Trans-Siberian lo JUiman t'a.nallcs In tho Orient,"
,.IWn lo llnlol,.,.! II In l.n nvu.l lli HIUl " ULUlHUHl COIIIIICUSailOn 1 TO III
Pauraslnn tunnel will ho commenced '"'l"-or nicnoias as proiecior 01 mi) u t ui agu. uei uriiereu ins iia.
Caucasian iiinnei win ue coimutuicii. .. , .,i.....i, ,i. ii...i. n.. .nni i,, ,i... i.-im. ,.,.,.. u,..i
Krom a military nnd commercial point (n,1C(J by 10 Vranclscans. I In view of tho Tact that ho was nbout
of view tho work will bo of vnst Im- fho correspondent adds that In ccr- to marry, Timothy nonohno. a special
portanco as tho only direct commuul- tnlu continental nuartors It Is rcfiard- Tieasury aKent, decided to soarch No-
The Metropolitan Market, King St., Tel. 4$.
FOR S ALB AT . 1 he Booth, Fishmarket, Telephone 379.
Central Market, Nuuanu St., Telephone 104.
youjitr woman In CIiIciiko, and that
after spending their honeymoon In the
oonlh ho ami his wlfo Intemle'd to re
turn to KnKland.
Neville Is a lino-looking man about
cation from Southern Uuss'a Is by or
dinary road from Vladlkavkas. to Tlf-Its.
ed as posslbla that Syria may bo thu vllle. Hidden In his stockliiKs, Donn-
rnck upon which tho Franco-Russian hue says that ho found a. diamond
alllancq will ono day ho split.
HEAL EBTATB TI1U8T.
necklace, worth nt least $2000, and In
his pockets n costly diamond ring and
n tilillti imlil U'rwlit I .Inn
New tlnnof tllP Helen flnillll, Tlin l.'nlll,nmii n.ntnln'n.l ll.nl ll.n
New York, Nov. 4. The Council of iewciB Woro Intended for bridal nres.
New York, Nov. 1. A $1,000,000 real New York University, annual session, ents. Novlllo was told to see Concctor
estate comnanv. emnowcied to build '"""J1 '"" - ""'". i"cai- "". " " ..i,..., ,,., ,,.
anvthlmr from a railroad to a nlnstv. ,Ient of tl10 Woman's Advisory Com
TH EE VENING
THE OLDEST HAWAIIAN DAILY PAPKR
a KisumikB rok ADVisrisioj Jtjloloioioljljt
THE GERMANS LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
OF NEW YORK.
Paid to Policy Holders since i860 for Death Claims, 24,373,460.65
For Maturrd Policies 7,507,608.27
Dividends and Surrenders - 13.699, 1)4.37
or tu run all sorts nf, plants for the
inlttee. Chancellor McCraken In
Inclnry explanation tho wcddlne rlna
1,1, and Jewels would bo returned to him.
GRASS LINEN Embroidered Table Covers In All Colors.
HEAVY PONGEE SUITINGS.
CHINESE SILK CREPE CAPES AND SHAWLS.
FINE GRASS LINENS. All Colors. '
All Kinds of Staple and Fancy EUROPEAN GOODS.
NUUANU STREET, nbove
GET COMMISSARY FAVORS.
Washington. Nnv. fl. .Tlin Plvll Rnr.
vlco Commission has lecelved word
P. O, Box OTS,
THE OLDEST CHu E FIRM IN HONOLULU.
DmIiu Id Fl& Silk tod Grin Llntni. Chlnti ml JiptaM Goodi ot All Klodi.
niauiifacturo of any kind of building "'"" n comiuenueu uiai a coinm.eieo
material, tiled Its papers In the Ilrook- bn, appointed to arrango plans for a
lyn County Court today. The name of celebration In 19C of thosoventy-flltb
the concern Is "Tho IUalty Assocla- "nnlversary of the university. The ex
tlon." Somo of tho most prominent P":ncy Is under consideration or un-
mrn In tho real estate and financial ur.m...Si secure oy iuu, one or uotn j.lllllppInn Commission ' all employee
world aro Interested In tho company, i "? B,wlt,onal1 funds-namely $.1- . tno nauar nm provincial govern,
nnd Its operations nro smo to be on a OW" for grounds and buildings, and. ments stationed outsldo of tho city ot
tremendous scale. It was said In cer- """""i i'"i" wrauiuini uiuu .inuiiu win receive rouiinissary pnvi
tain quarters today that this was tho f ti.OQO.OOQ.
beginning of a formation ot a colossal
MnnsRfr fnr Hawaiian IM n.ls.
THE ORIENTAL LIFE INSURANCE CO., LTD.
J. P. McCOY, I'rcBldcnt,
CAPITAL STOCK $500,000.00.
Tho only Insurance company In tho world Issuing policies In both tt
RNOL1SH and C1UNKSE languages.
leges. Commissary supplies will bo . policies contnln all modern advantages of the endowment and ot&M
sold them at nn Incrcnso of 20 per ecu.1 f ,eBUed by lho cadlng American companies.
real estato trust.
Munich, llavarla, Nov. 7. Tho
Academy of Kino Arts has elected to
lionornry membership Edwin Austin
Abbey, tho American palntor; John
Singer Sargent, tho portrait painter,
and Walter Crane, tho Uritlsh artist.
iT tlm nnlnnl rnot In ilnTnir (lii tinn.
portation nnd necessary expenses. Tho ' Oovcrned by tho safest Insurance systems. Tho pioneer Chinese-Am.
linn.lnnnrln.D n.i.l .1 1 ul... pal .. .. olnp.td CQn COmnany.
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TEL, MAIN 70.
HOME OFFICE, 301-302 8tanoenwld Bulldlno. Honolulu. T. H.
Dr. Pierce'.. Elec- will bo located at Manila. Abopt C000
trlcllodyUnttery employes nro benolltod. This action
" -J"" ""."- o nn llin ?pniinl pmnnlnlnt nr orhr.nl
teachers sent tn tho Philippines thnt
Government assurances as to furnish,
lug of supplies wero not executed.
tzti. S-nJ lor "D .ok
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Weekly Bulletin, $1.00 per year
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