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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, I!. TM FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1901.
Now that Thanksgiving Day la ap
proaching, lioro urn n few Heme which
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from, 70 inches wide, goad value for 75c; our price, 45c per yd.
A better grade, ji Inches wide, for..-. 61'cperyd.
Others at 80c, $1,' $1.25, $1.50 and $2.50 per yd.
Full Bleached, 24x24 inches, Si.75 per dozen.
A Leader, 25x25 Inches, $2 25 per dozen, worth $300.
Extra Qualities, 25x25 Inches, S3, $3.50, $4, $4.50
and $5 per dozen
Fringed Napkins, 75c, $1.35, and $1.75 per dozen.
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In sets for round, oval, long and short
square tables, with full size napkins to
300 Pieces Assorted
regular value, 1 5c and 20c per yard, to cloe
at II for $1.00.
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GERMANY IS STIRRED
OYER COURT OF HONOR
Officer Ready to Apologize is Forced
to Fight and Goes to
Death Insult Was
ADMIRAL BRADFORD IS
PLACING THEM RAPIDLY
Spent Over $2,000,000 in One Year
Reference to Pacific Cable in
His Annual Report-Wireless
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For one week only commencing Sat
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will be offered at reduced prices on
account of removing to Robinson Blk,
Hotel street, on Saturday, November
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General Merchandise, Dry Goods, Groceries-
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IJorlln, Nov. 9. The puhllc mind
was considerably excited this week
on account of a duel at Instcrhurg.
Kast Prussia, In which Lieutenant
Ulnskowltz of tho army wsh killed by
Lieutenant Hlldchrand, alto of tho
army, Tho military olllclals havo not
)vt Hindu a statement of tho facts In
tho case, but tho National Kcltung has
obtained an authorltntlvo account of
tho meeting, which Is as follows:
Lieutenants Illldebrnul nud Unss
mussen nicotine Lieutenant Ulnsko
wltz going homo nno night In a stato
of Intoxication, carried him to a spot
near his residence and left him there.
They returned to tho spot inter, how
ever, ami round Illaskowitz crouching
against a tall asleep ami tried to
ntousc him and get him upon his feet,
fllaskowltz, being Ignoiuut of the Iden
tity of tho two men who weio endeav
oring to assist him, struck light and
left In his semi-somnolent stato and
hit Lieutenant Hlldcbrand.
Tho latter considered himself Insult
ed by tho blow received and reported
tho affair to the court of honor, which
decided that a duel was unavoidable,
whereupon Lieutenant Hlhlebrand
challenged Lieutenant Hlaskowltz.
Tbo latter, however, unconscious of
what 'had occurred while ho was In
toxicated, went to Klau tho next day
to attend a party held lit tho house of
a young lady whom no was to marry
on the following day. When n tele
gram recnlling him 10 meet Hlldcbrand
wnn received, Hlaskowltz wanted to
settlo tho matter with nn apology, but
tho highest officers o tne brigade and
division sanctioned the finding of tho
court of honor that a duel wnB neces
sary, and It rndrd In the manner al
Nowspapers of all shades of opinion
express amazement nt the action of
tho court of honor. Kven the Conner
vntlvo papers regard tho action of tho
rouit as being Incomprehensible. It
Is expected that tho case will come be
fore tho Kelchstag, Tho papers, use
tho strongest langungo against permit
ting such duels, holding that the su
perior otllcers nro responsible,
NEW STAR NtBULA.
Williams Day Wis., Nov. t3.-J)lrec
tor George A. Hnlo of tho Yerliea Ob
servatory today furnished the follow
ing statement: "Tho nebula surround
ing the new star in Perseus, which wai
photographed for the tlrjt time by O
W. Hitchle nt the Yorkcs Observatory
011 September -Otli, has lit en found tu
bo In motion. Tho photograph of the
rebula taken by Mr. Hltchlo on No
vember 9th shows thut the diameter
of tho nebula has materially Increased
In n period of six weeks. The cloud
lll.e matter of the nebula Is shooting
outward from tho central star at n
velocity so grc'ut thnt the motion can
bo readily detected. As measurements
havo shown that tho new star Is In
conceivably distant fiom us, the
phenomena disclosed by the photo
giaplis Is one of tho moat icmarkatilo
ever recorded iu fact, this is tho first
time that nny motion has been detect
ed In a nebula.
"It should bo added that this nebula
Is wholly Invlslhlo in any telescope
and ran bo studied only by the aid ot
Washington. Nov. 10. A striking Il
lustration of the growth ot the Ameri
can Navy is presented In the slnglo
statement 111 tne annual repoit ot
Koar Admiral It. II. Ilradlord, chief 01
tho cculpment bureau ot tlto Navy.
that ho spent $2,27.1,111 Inst fiscal J ear
for 32-MOS tons of ronl, at an average
cost of $7.01 per ton. Tlio report
says that this was nearly !)5,(1". moro
tona or 1 mil thnn was used during Uic
preceding llutnl year. Ten ears
ago tho coal consumption was 73.UUU
tons per annum. Tho domestic coal
lusts Jti.GO ner Ion mid the fnrelcn
jinal, of whlrh there were used 105,-
10 W Jl (
PRICE . .
Chicago, Nov. 13. Now the Indus
trial lirsurnncc agents nro to organize'
for their own protection. George
Thompson, general organizer of tho
American Federation of I-abor, has
been working nmong them for some
weeks, A meeting of these agents Is
to be held Saturday and a union front
ed, through which It Is hoped to
abolish many of the abuses which have
sprung up In the business.
Thompson stated todny that the In
dustrial Insurance business hnd
grown to Immense proportions In the
past tw out j -live years, and that th
combined assets of theio companies to
day amounted to a nt sum, He
claimed t fiat through unfair dealings
and unjust contracts, which companies
exact from its agents, the agents must
bear risks which properly belong to the
companies. Another gtlevnneu of the
agents Is the amount of commission.
They claim that ordinal y Insurance
companies pay on nn average of 50
per cent of the first jcur'a premiums
to the ngrnt, while the premium paid
to Industrial agents amount to but 2S
A mass meitlng of the ngrnts of
these companies will he held In Fed
oration of Labor Hall next Saturday,
when an organization Is to be formed,
lloston, Nov. 10. "Neither our
courts, our legislatures nor our
churches have Impiovcd nud gnlned u
gi eater hold on tho people In tho last
thirty eara," i-ald President Kllot of
Harvard In the roiirsu of nil uddiesi
oil "A Survey of Conditions of Ameri
can Education. With Some Account
ot Its Successes and Its Failures," be
foro tliu Twentieth Century Club to
day. "In our country," ho said, "educa
tion Is one agency for promoting tho
intelligence and righteousness which
unquestionably have gained power In
tho United States during tho last hall
century. The eincieucy of loglsla
tures and tho respect in which thoy
nru held unquestionably haw declined.
The courts are, as a whole, less effi
cient and less respected today than
they wcro a generation or two genera
tions ago. Itcverencc for law Is not
maintained at its old level. Tho
church and Its ministers cannot bo
said to have risen In public estlinn
Hon since the Civil War.
Thn church In some places clings
to morbid pottle Images, or turns 111
others to pomp and ruiial. On tho
whole. It shows little willingness to
rely on tho humanistic und fundamen
inl teachings of Christ. It lias no In
llueiuu whatever on millions of our
HAWAIIAN TOBACCO CO., Ltd.,
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Beautiful garden scene containing coffee trees In full bearing, bananas
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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,
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l'Bh8IOENT8 AND KINGS.
Loudon, Nov. 13. In view of tho re
cent nttltudu ot Count Qoluchowskl,
tho Austrian-Hungarian Foreign Min
ister, In regard to tho dlffeicnco In the
standing of the heads of republic and
0C! tons, cost tS.HO per ton
Admiral Hrndford has scattered
American ma! nil over tho world
wherever suitable storage could b
found. Ho has placed 12,000 tons at
Yokohama and fml)0 tons nt l'iclilljii
gue, Mexlio, and ho has scut largo
quantities to Guam and to tho Philip
pines. He enrried 9000 tons by wator
Horn tho Atlantic coast to Mare lsl
nnd, Cal where It camo Into competi
tion with Kngllsh Cardiff coal. They
havo averaged the same In cost, name
ly, $9.29 per ton, but nt present, ow
ing to the scarcity of American
freight vessels, tho best Cardiff coal
Is considerably cheaper at Maro 1st
and. It Is recommended thnt two
largo steam 10,000 ton colliers be built
tu keep depots supplied in time ot
peacolind to accompany tho tlccts In
time ot wnr.
Summarizing the work Accomplish
ed at vnrlotis coaling stations during
the year, tho lepott takes up Cuvltn
nnd rayn that the bureau Is about to
open bids for n 45,000-ton coaling sta
tlon there. HITorts have been mado
to obtain a site for n coal station at
Cehu, but thus far without success,
Coaling stntlons have been located nt
I'ort Isabella. Ilatisnlln island and at
l'olloe, Mindanao. A tompleto station
has been established nt Yokohama, Ja
pan, and It Is now fully stocked win.
ronl. Tho same statement Is true at
richlllngiic, Mexico, where, through
tho courtesy of tho Mexican Govern
ment, our coal and colliers have been
admitted to tho station without port
dues or customs of uny kind.
In tho West Indies a little work has
been dono at San Juan on tho coaling
scale, but Admiral Ilradlord ox-
firesses regret that but llttlo progress
as been made In securing sites for
other coal depots In tho West Indies
It Is particularly essential that some
of tho deep-water portB of Culm should
be mado availnble for this purpose, as
tliu entire waters surrounding Cuba
are most important in a strnlegio
ecus", nnd supplies or coal should bo
near ut hand.
Kstimates nro submitted fur im
provement of to.illiig stations at most
ot tne Atlantic portB, Incliiumg a com
plete modern plant at Nonoik. Ad
miral ilradford specifically sayB: "As
thn department Is aware, efforts nro
being mado tu establish oilier naval
coal depots at Important localities,
which il Is deemed iinwlso to discuss
in n report of a public character."
Admiral Ilradlord says very llttlo
about Lis favorite project ot a trans
l'acllle subinarlno telegraph cabin,
(on tenting himself with the bintciueiil
thnt tho bureau Is now in possession
ol all data required, so far as surveys
as concerned, to lay this cable. In tl.u
samo connection ho renows his recom
mendation for a careful examination
ot tho Pacific ocean, west ot tno Ha
Kalian Islands, to locato dangers to
navigation. Ha recommends mat an
dltional hydrographlc offices bo estau
llshed at Manila and at Pensacola,
Tho repoit says that tho subject ol
wireless tolcgruphy has been lollowpu
carefully during tho ear, hut II docs
not appear ndvlsublo to adopt any par
tlculur system at present, or to ac
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POLITICS INJHE CMURCH
London, Nov. 9 The appointment ot
Ilev, Charles Oore, canon of Westmin
ster, to be Illslnp ot Worcester, hat
lamed both a political and ecclesiasti
cal storm. Only a few days previous to
the announcement of his appointment
Canon Goro enmo out In tho Timet
with a strong letter condemning tho
concentration ramps and other seveie
measures In South Africa. Several of
the Government organs stigmatized
him ns a pro-Doer, and deplored the
fart that such n talented author should
havo been so hoplclessly misled. Their
astonishment over Lord Salisbury's
almost Immediately appointing Canon
Goro to the lllshoprlc was so great that
It took awuy tlic'r bieath and appears
to havo stifled adverse press comment,
though tho matter continues to be the
object of keen privato criticism among
tho lay and clerical supporters of the
Government. The evangelical party In
tho church aro bitterly upbraiding
Lord Salisbury for selecting a man so
prominent In high elides.
In less prejudiced quartets the af
fair is taken as onco more exempli
fying Lord Kallsliurj's extraordinary
cynicism and utter lack of Interest In
current events, tnough others sea In It
another Instanco of nepotism, us the
former head ot tho Puspy Hnuso at
Oxford and editor of Lux Mundl Is u
connection of the Premier's family.
Among the curious features of th
caso Is tho fact that Canon William
John Knox Little of Worcester, who
replied to Gore's letter In the Times,
bitterly ubus'ng tho -nd Jntl
muting that Mr, Gore was almost gull-
tj; of treason nnd was threatened with
Insanity, now come, emlcr tho Jurlsdlc
tlon of tho new Bishop,
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attending the coronation. Tho King
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emperor, arguing that his object wns
clear that no Bystem has as yet passed
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Though most of tho principal naval
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