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EVENINQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU, H. T., MONDAY, NOV. 2S, 1901.
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Now that Thanksgiving Day la ap
proaching, ticro arc a few Items which
ought to Interest you:
Cull Bleached Table Damask, four lianJsome patterns to select
from, 70 Inches wide, pood value for 75c; our price, 45c per yd.
A better grade, 72 inches wide, for 60c per yd.
Others at 80c, $1, $1.25, $1.50 and $2.50 per yd.
Full bleached, 24x24 inches, $1.75 per dozen.
A Leader, 25x25 Inches, $2 25 per dozen, worth $ 00.
Extra Qualities, 25x25 indies, $J, $3.5, $4, $4.50
and $5 per dozen
Fringed Napkins, 75c, $1.25, and $1.75 per dozen.
Now on view In our
store will be slven to
the most popular
child. A voting tick
et will be given with
fuch cash purchase.
Wclnve aNo a gooJ assortment of the
Shamrock Brand of Linens
In ets for round, oval, lone and short
square t ibte, u ith full size napkins to
300 Pieces Ansorted
Dimities,Lawns and Batistes
regular . due, 15c and 2o:pery3rJ,todoe
at II tor $1.00.
Sachs' Dry Goods Co., Ltd,
Wo bavo now a largo stock ot the
above on hand.
CEMENT ROOFING affords thor
ough Are protection to the building
and- In a non-conductor ot heat and
No rusting, decaying, warping,
cracking or melting; always flexible,
quickly and easily applied.
Pure water flowing from the roof
can bo used for domestic purposes.
Can lio applied on old shingles or
metal roof. Wind and tiro proof. For
flat or steep surfnecs.
Wo solicit jour enquiries and will
promptly furnish any Information desired.
I THEO. H. DAVIES & CO., Ltd.
GRAND REMOVAL SALE
For one week only commencing Sat
urday, November 16, our entire stock
will be offered at reduced prices on
account of removing to Robinson Blk.,
Hotel street, on Saturday, November
23. Give us a call and convince your
self of our low prices.
14- Hotel Street, near Nuuanu.
General Merchandise, Dry Goods, Groceries
Japanese Provisions, etc
MAOOON BLOCK, MERCHANT STREET.
IP . 0- Boss: 886 Ossein. 2lft
GRASS LINEN Embroidered Table Covers In All Colors.
HEAVY PONGEE SUITINGS.
CHINESE 8ILK CREPE CAPES AND SHAWLS.
FINE GRA8S LINENS, All Colors.
All Kinds of Staple and Fancy EUROPEAN GOODS.
NUUANU STREET, above Hotel.
P. O. BOX 995.
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THE OLDbST CHu -SB FIRM IN HONOLULU.
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MR. FRANK W. HACKETT, WHO HAS RETIRED AS ASSISTANT SEC
RETARY OF WAR.
New York, Nov 1C. -The Hcrlln
correspondent of the ljndon Times
and Now York Times says it Is re
ported In Urcmcn that the north Ocr
mnn I.lo)d Steamship Company, llko
the Hamburg American lino, intends to
adopt precautious In orcier tn prevent
the concern Iroiu becoming Amrrlcau
lzcd. Tho organization ot tho torn
tmny Is now such that It would bo dif
ficult fur foreigners to ouialn nn an
thorltatlvo volco In Its man igotnent,
but It If concelvablo that 11 large num
ber of shnrcs might bv concentrated
In foreign hands and that u) u snatch
vote at a shareholders meeting tho
competition of tLc managing board
might bu altered.
'Die North German l.lou Company,
however, uullku the Hamburg-Amorl-cau,
does not think ll advisable to re
ducc the number nf trips, as such n
step would too seriously nftwt dock
labor on both sides of the Atlantic,
The Hamburg-American lino has so
man connexions lu different foreign
ports that the curtailment of its trips
would not lnolo grave consequences,
bilt the North German Is bound to
maintain Its present senile, uveu If
It Is said that neither tnc North Ger
man Company nor tho Hamburg
American line seriously contemplates
making Dover a port of call.
BRITISH m w
HI IN H
Civilian Witnesses Would
Not Appear Before
MEASLES ON WISCONSIN
DELAY HER RETURN HERE
Captain Glass Promoted to Be Rear
Admiral Stories of
The l S. R. Soluce returned to
poit rather unexpectedly yesterday,
after n pleasant round trip to Tutiilla,
the islam! on which is sttuatul l'ago
All of the Tllley court martial ex
ccpttng Captain Myers arrived In her.
Captain Mvers Is waiting to tome up in
the Wisconsin whith will be hero
about the first or second of December.
The Inquiry Into the charges against
Commander Tllley was furnished soon
(r thriii was expected us the charge
were considered so trhlnl by the prln
clp.il 1 Milan witnesses relied upon by
tho pioFccutlon, they refused to appear
and testify. Two were In Apia, one ut
Sydney and the fourth, Commander
D0111, on his way to Washington. Thn
duelings of the com t hne not ct been
made puhlle but It Is understood that
the charges are thought to hac been
frUolous by the olllrcrs comprising thu
court martial, and their flndlng will be
In acioidance. Hxcept for tho cUdenee.
of the surgeon ot the Abarendu and
some tidlilaUts, uo testimony was put
on lij the prnnecutlon. It Is lellced
that the court will hac to acquit Com
mander Tllley of the charges brought
which were besides being trivial,
thought to hate been Inspired by per
the court was held aboard the So
lace nnd during the tlmo the Inquiry
was on, the defendant was under ar
rest, ell was liberated as toon as thx
Inquiry wns ner and from tho cordial
farewell accorded him by tho ofllcers
of the court on leaving l'ago l'ago It Is
surmised that a II ml lug In his faor
will be made.
Hear Admiral llunrj Glass who left
here for l'ago l'ago us a captain, was,
on arrhul jestcrday handed his com
mission as rear admiral, which armed
hero In the lust mall from the Coast,
He was heartily congratulated by his
brothei officers when the promotion
became known. Hear Admiral Glass
bits bad a long and honorable career
In the n.uy nnd Is well Known lu this
KxecutlNfl Ofllccr Stouei returns
fiom l'ago Pago as a passenger In the
Solace on sick leave. He Is on Ills way
to the Mare Island navy ard to nwalt
ciders. His place has been Liken by
Lieut, Com. Ilndgers. Mi. Ktonej was
Uimlon, Nov lfi. A stir has hewn
created by the rumor that Sir Mich
ael Hlcks-Ileach. Chancellor of tne
UxcliequiT. would lmnosi nnolher fix
sjine cjloreJ ileturcs one day wliftl or a half penny per pound on eituar
she made t Im understand that Jhe although Inquiries by a representative
wished to hn nice losy cheeks like
a little child In 0110 of thn picture!
A happy thought struck the ullicer
nud he decided to fix her up. He was
possessed of some pink nail polIM ,
which he mixed with water and pro
ceeded to decorate the joung lady,
much to ber delight. As soon as she
was fixed up like n painted fairy In a
show Bhc went ashore. Thn next
morning the entire lounger portion
of the female Dingers appeared aboard
the cssel to bo painted. The mother
of the tittle girl was among them and
of the Associated l'ress h ive resulted
In discrediting the probability of nnv
full action. It Is nu unw-rlttdi rub;
101 ine treasury inni no imnwr., snail
llie tampered with two yar-i running,
iViiid Hlr Michael Hlcl.s 11 wch is n.t
'likely to break through hnrd and fast
jtradltlons how)er hnrd pushed hi
may be for funds to carry on tho war
'Nevertheless, tho rumor has -brought
to light a curious condition of affairs,
which would certainly favor the gov
ernment, should It decide to take tho
step, despite the tax Imposed In thn
last budget. The Ilrltlsh consumer Is
now buvlng sugar more cheanlv than
brought two huge bunches of bananas 5c,orehllhu t.ax .?"" lmP09e,, Tl,ls. '?
as presents to tho officer who had so
beautified her daughter,
j due chiefly to the surplus supply, but
also to wnolesalo price cutting by Ger
many, where a sugar trust Is causing
Overwhelmed with his popularity the Ilrltlsh sugar trade tho keenest
the warrant ofllccr did not know what 1 apprehension. This German trust will
to do. The nail polish was nil gone form one of thn chief topics of the
and tho officers who used rouge were linear conference which is to meet In
nil ni,,- ni., .... t rnra HrusBols December 11.
...." 1. , " ' ., ....I Though the U nltcd States Govern
the warrant officer innde a raid on the
pantry and captured all the straw
berry Jam In reach. With a small
brush he started to anoint the belles
but the Jam after It wns applied drew
ment tins not been invited to send a
dolcgute to tho conference, tho Asso
ciated l'ress learns that it could bo
represented If it so desired, nnd om
of til lending authorities on sugar In
flics. In brushing nwny tho flies the I-nglnnil Is now endeavoring to securo
Angers of the girls got mixed up with to.,,1 attendance of American ilelu-
the Jam and they soon found that ltKn f,8,"' JT1,1 ""'"'.V'1"; .
4 ...... 1 in 1 1. ) Until niter tho conferem e. It can bu
was aw mi vthc taste and liked It definitely stated. Sir Michael Hicks-
men wiin usjir lingers uioy proceeded) itoncli will not tnko any action, nnd
to remove It from their faces to thclrithen It Is Improbphlo that ho will run
mouths. This was too much for tho the risk ot further disintegrating bus-
officer who seeing his nrtlstlc efforte 'n,'l,ll which, on nil sides, it Is dcclar
to please going to waste, quit bis work
nnd passed the Jam around as far as it
While at l'ago I'ngo measles broke
out aboard the Wisconsin and Almren
da and the vessels were lu quarantine
none of tho crews from either vessel
being allowed ashore. This accounts
for thn delnj of thu Wisconsin.
The Solace will remain here until
after Thanksgiving, when sho will de
part for Guam and Manila, She will
take on about SOU tons of coal before
Her passengers for this port, Ad
miral Kvnns, Hear Admiral Glass, Cap-
tulus Cooper, Harrington nnd Thomas
ed. would bo In a sorrowful plight.
Itppljing to a correspondent, blr
Michael Hicks lleach said tho coal tax
would bo continued next enr. but Intl
mated that It would not bu Increased.
This will take a hind off tho minds of
Ilrltlsh conl miners, who hao been
especially exercised over thu Inroads
American roal has made on the Con'
PRICE . .
HAWAIIAN TOBACCO CO., Ltd.,
Corner Merchant nnd Nuunnu Ktn.
P. O. Box 979.
ALAKBA ST., NEAR KING.
Everything Very Touching.
Beautiful garden scene containinc coffee trees in full bearing, bananas
and pineapples, all inside. Evcvboely invitee!.
Evening Bulletin, 75c per month
Metropolitan Meat Co.,
Fresh Meats and Pish fl
by Every Steamer
From the Coast that has Cold Storage.
Choice Beef, Veal, Mutton,
ff Lamb and Pork always
Also Poultry, Salmon and Halibut.
FOR SALD AT
The Metropolitan Market, King St., Tel. 4$.
The Booth, Fishmarket, Telephone 379.
Central Market, Nuuanu St., Telephone 104.
OAHU CARRIAGE MF'G CO., Ltd.
1179 River Street.
Uet. Beretnnln and Pnunhl.
Tel. Blue S4I.
P. O. Box 978.
Jabber Tires pat on in Satis
Fine Carriages, Wagons and
TmckS. Repair Work a
All orJcr promptly attended to.
Only competent help emptoyej.
THE GERM1M LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
OF NfcW YORK.
Paid to Policy Holders since i860 for Death Claims, f24,)7j, 469.65 '
For Matured Policies ',507,608.17
Dividends and Surrenders - '3,609, 1)4. )7
The Archduchess Elizabeth of Alls
mother nnd will marry for lovo, and
not under Instructions from her grand
father, thu Kmporor Francis Joseph.
The joutiK woman has chosen as a hus
band I'rlnce Otto von Wlgdlschgraetz,
who Is n member of one of the nohlo
fnmtllnu rtf tltn .tnittlrn Ititf la at urou.
beside four enlisted men. will I leave , ent only a lieutenant "in the Austrian
u uiu .m.um im mi w.'K'iiiDvr mi lor -,.. t, ,i,i ,rri ,i, .
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;";. . Y.'"L'." . ' .'. , J .." 'I archduchess will renounce all claims to
mnndant of the Naval Htatlon nt tlilv
port who n turned, will remain here,
MURPHY CLUB CONCERT.
There wns a Rood attendance at tho
entertainment in tho Krancls Murphy
Temperance Club Saturday night. The
following program was given:
Mr. Hanklns "Ktery race has a flag
but the Coon."
Kncort "Coon, Coon, Coon."
T. (lorman Oh, Promise Me."
Ken. Hopper Hone Solo, Imitation of
Mr. Patton "I Can't Tell You Why I
I'm ore "(loo-Coo Uyes."
Swnrtz "Ijimb, Lamb, Lamb."
A. C, Davis "Sweet Itefraln."
"I thought I heard somebody culling
me, I am off for my chicken."
Chorus 'Hot tlmo In the old town to
night." Juggling Ity Ilenllo Do I.n'ffruz.
Mr. Patton "She Itests by the Swunee
P. M. McMnhon-"WIdow Mnloiin."
NEEDS ONLY HISNATUREB.
London, Nov. 10. So far as the Brit
ish (lovornmcnt Is concerned, all that
rumnlns to ho dono In connection with
the Isthmian Canal Is for Lord I'anncn-
iiiKcii sick on 1110 trip south and his loto and Secretary or Stnto Hay to of
Illness made him unfit for duty so hu I' ""'Ir signatures to thn treaty. Such
was Invalided home. There Is a great I ,nlllor suggestions ns eusued after tho
deal of sorrow among tho Solaco's ,rl'l8h Kmbassador's nrrlval at Wash
company over the loss of Mr X'IZ T ,'e
from fhe olllccrs mess, us by both 1 8BnB r tho convention, though it
bicthcr officers and men he is highly haB not received any Intimation ns to
0) teemed and bus nlwivs been known when this is likely to occur. No draft
as one of the most popular oltlcerB on ' "' treaty has been cabled here for
any of Uncle Sam's ships,
Of the trip to Pago Pago the crew
have many Interesting stories to tell
tho good reason that tho document is
surely locked nwuy In tho torolgn Of
fice of tho files, whoro It has been
' slncu prior to Lord Pauncefoto's do-
1 or inysi 01 uicm ll was Clio nrsi visit nurtum (mm Mils .mmlrv Th Am
and they greatly enjoyed It. Tho na- hassndor was empowered to slen nn
tlvo marines nt Pago P,i-o have tho behalf of flroat llrltnln the first day
S'liiiirutlnn of all ti.o Solaco's men bo arrived in tho United States. If
who taw them mil thy nio reported J"c, n ourso seems to him advisable.
1-1 be tho finest milled and liest uhvsl-' ".? ".acting with full power and the
omciais piesumed tint ho Is onl)
lights as a sovereign to which she
might have succeeded. It wns little
more than a )car ago that the arch
duchess' mother. Princess Stephanie,
widow of tho Crown I'rlnce Hudolph,
forsook the Austrian court and her
high position to marry Count Lonyay,
a member of a noble family, but him-
aclf only nu army officer.
Manager for Hawaiian Islands.
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c.il ticclmeus of the human race In
tho navy, licsldcx Icing fine soldiers
the Snmoans nro splcudld boatmen nnd
tlnv like tho ceivice.
'I ho natives of Tutulla have many
unique customs about dress and tho
l,t)lu of wearing their hair Ihoy ar
also given to vanity sumcvrit. In one
Instance n little Samoan gill about
jeu'ii j cm 3 of ago made friends with
tho men aboard and took a special
llklug to ono of the warrant olllcnrs.
Hlb mess mates tell tho following
etui j on hlni: He was showing hor
awaiting convenlenco of tho Stato De
partment ut Washington.
flet jour periodicals bound at tho
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