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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU. II. T WEDNESDAY. NOV. 27, 1901.
Now that TliankBgiviag Day Is ap
proaching, here arc a few Horns which
ought to Interest yoti:
Pull Bleached Table Damask, four handsome patterns to select
from, 70 Inches wide, good value for 75c; our price, 45c per yd.
A better grade, 7,2 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 $300.
Extra Qualities, 25x25 inches, $3, $3.50, $4, $4.50
?, .- and $5 per dozen
Fringed Napkins, 75c, $1.35, and $1,75 per dozen.
Now on view In our
store will bo given to
the most popular
child. A voting tick
et will bo given with
each cash purchase.
We have also a Rood assortment of the
Shamrock Brant of Linens
In sets for round, oval, long and short
square tibles, with full size napkins to
300 Pieces Assorted
Dimities,lawns and Batistes
regular value, 1 5c and 20c per yard, to close
at II tor $1.00.
COLLEGE FOOTBALL-UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA BUCK
ING COLUMBIA'S CENTER.
Tho omihoii fur college football In Jnt now nt Itx .height. ThM picture
slums au exciting mtim- during the recent giime between the elotenx of
Columbia imlvcrxlty mill the I'lilvi-rxlty cr PciitiM.vlvniiln. The young gentle
men from Columbia tit tlic left or the picture are endeavoring In their own
strcmioux Mjlo to hiiiIp thinugh the lino of tin" Peiiiisjlvnnliins. They nre
meeting, us jtiii nt, with niori' or Ies oppiitllloii. Tin nciitlriimu who cur
ries 11 ciiiio mill who ftiuiiN In a watchful attitude nl tin- right Ik the referee,
who Is Kiipposcil to set lie tlNpulril Hiluts mid to notice uuy lulatlon of ths
rules of the game. '
Sachs Dry Goods Co., Ltd,
8 Carry's Magnesia
Wo have now a largo stock of the
above on hand.
CEMENT ROOFING affords thor
ough Are protection to the building
nnd is a non-conductor of heat and
No rusting, decaying, warping,
cracking or melting; always flexible,
quickly and easily applied.
Pure water flowing from the root
can bo used for domestic purposes.
Can bo applied on old shingles or
metal roof. Wind and fire proof. For
flat or steop surfaces.
Wo solicit your enquiries and will
promptly furnish any Information desired.
THEO. H. DAVIES & CO., Ltd.
MEMORIALIZED TO HELP
HAWAII IN ITS TROUBLE
All Three Statesmen are Old Erieuds
of Hawaii Text of Memorial
of Former Residents of
TROUBLE ON THE ROANOKE
WHICH MAY MAKE TROUBLE
The Carpenter Committed An As
sault on the Mate and
May Be 'Arrested
; The Whole Stoiy
in one letter about
Prom Capt. V. Ujr, I'nlkr Hiation Ko.
j S, Montreal 1 "V frwin.ntly u-c I'rnnr
1 lUTll' lUll-KlLlrufur Jm, (nlh4tum.
I nth, rftntmti'nn, llfnrtt, fn ttbitri,r 1.
I bt(ilh4, ,Tomj., and ill amletlon. w ich i
j b.ratlmenln. ourpoalilun I liaie no tint-
I UtU'li In tajllie Ihnl I'ilK.KlU tn U tht 1
( Utt remrtli 1 have nrar at bund."
l'aml Internally nnd Kttrnmllj-.
To Sljf. SV. nml Ut, bottln.
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
MAQOON BLOCK, MERCHANT hTREET.
JP.O. Boas 886 aCaln. 21
GRASS LINEN Embroidered Table Covers In All Colors.
HEAVY' PONGEE 8UITING8.
CHINE8E SILK CREPE CAPES AND 8HAWLS.
FINE GRASS LINENS, All Colors.
All Kinds of Staple and Fancy EUROPEAN G00D3.
NUUANU STREET, above Hotel.
P O. BOX w. Tllt 1
T7i7"I0XrC3r WO CHAN
THE OLDEST CHi. SE FIRM IN HONOLULU.
O.iIm. In Flat Silks anl Ciait Lln.oi. Cblntw anl Japan... Cool, of All (Ml
.IO-.I. WlJUillll ttTMl
WELL WORDED WANTS IN
ltlnw lu thp full tivt nt the mom
orlul of former residents of Wyoming
to the Congressional delegation of that
State. It wan forwarded ln the Nippon
Maru's mall, nit anticipated ln yester
day's Ilullrtln. Senator Warren of
Wjiimlng Ib dinlrman of the Commit
ter on ClainiH in the United States
Senate nml bus all along taken n kind
ly interest In Hawaiian affairs. Sena
tor Clark nml Congressman Mondcll
have visited these Islands, the latter
on bis wedding tour, and aro regarded
almost as representatives of Hawaii In
Washington. Hern la the memorial:
Honolulu. Nov. 2ti, 1901.
To the Hoiiorabln K. K. Warren, Sen
ator; C. 1). Clark, Senator; and
K. W. Mondell, M. C, House of
Sirs: The undersigned, residents of
the City of Honolulu, Territory of Ha
waii, and formerly residing in Wyom
ing, respectfully represent and buow:
That an epidemic of bubonic plagun
brolto out in this city In the month of
December, 18J, to suppress, which and
to earo for and provide relief for those
made destitute liy the Destruction nun
loss of property the Government ex
pended a very largo sum of money, to
wit: the sum of 87,O03..
That a very grcnt number of per-
eons, largely Chinese, Japanese, iia-
wallans and pome few English and
Americans, sustained n loss of all their
personal belongings, household goods,
merchandise, ns well nlso their homes
and places of business, to satisfy
which tho Territorial Legislature at
Its late session passed an act creating
a Kirc Claims Commission to adjudi
cate the losses so Incurred, appropriat
ing thii sum of $1,500,00(1 ror tho pay
ment and satisfaction of the same.
That in May last said Commission
entered upon Its mules and claims to
the number of CT4S and amounting to
$3,1TS,132.'J0 havo been presented and
flled with tho Commission, of which
number about 4000 havo already been
heard and passed for entry upon the
Record or judgment nnu Awurus.
That under the terms, of said Ac.
$300,000 is mado payable pro rata
among the claimants as soon as
awards shall have been made of all
claims presented, and tho remaining
$1,000,000 is payable in Installments
of $500,000 In two equal yearly pay
ments, Thnt the Territorial Treasury, by
reason of the extraordinary expenses
so Incurred as stated. Is without means
wherewith In pay or satisfy these
Jo3ses at tho present time. (Seo the
annual report of 1900, Territorial Aud
itor, herewith enclosed.)
Acting Governor Cooper, ln his very
recent report now (lied with the Hon
orable Secretary of tho interior, to
which speelul reference is hereby
made, sets forth at length and in de
tail all matters pertaining to the sup
pression of tho bubonic plague, and
urgently recommends that Cougress
grunt to tho Territory of Hawaii per
mission to retalu tuo customs ruvu
lines coming Into thu hands of the Col
lector of Internal Hcvenuo in these
Islands to an amount sufficient to sat
isfy the awards that shall bo mado by
tno fire Claims commission, anil tha'
the same be covered Into the Terri
torial Treasury for thnt purpose.
In our opinion, many o. us having
personal Knowledge of tho conditions
prevailing hero nt the time of tho vis
itation of tho plague, and having par
ticipated In tho active duty of caring
tor tho sufferers and In tho enforce
ment of sanitary measures for tho sup
pression of the plague, and being fn
miliar also with tho financial condition
of tho Territory, whlrh Is ut this time
without means wheruwltti to sntlsiy
these claims, which should by all
means bo batjstlcd, we do not hcsltnto
to say that tho measures taken wern
necessary lu tuu suppression nnd
eradication of the disease, and for tho
purpose ot protecting tho citizens
fiom a further visitation of tho Baino.
The deep water captains in port at
the present tlmo discussing tho ac
tions of one ot tho sailors on tbe Am
erican ship Koanoko wbo so far for
got himself on tho trip from Norfolk
to this port as to strike tbe first offi
cer and this right In tho presence of
two of the men. Now, ,say the skip
pers, there Is a cbance to havo tho
man haled Into court to make him
stand for trial for assault on the high
seas and have him try a taste of tho
medicine that has been meted out tn
several captains and mates of Ameri
can vessels which have come here from
Newcastle and tried for similar often
It seenis that.durlng lh, voyage- tb
mate bad detailed two men to paint tha
boats on the forward house and when
they had put the first coat of white
paint on the carpenter, a Russian Finn,
Ilamat by name, started In to blow ths
tubes of the donkey boiler thereby
spoiling all the paint which bad been
put on the boats. The mate remon
strated with the man and called .Mm
bfcvcral bad names. The carpenter who
is known ns a very powerful man and
the largest man on the ship struck tho
mute and knocked him down. The
matter was reported to the captain and
It is thought will bo taken before, the
United States District Atorney In an
endeavor tn make the carpenter stand
trial for ussault.
HAWAIIAN TOBACCO CO., Ltd.,
Corner Mcrchnnt nnd Nuuanu 8ts. P. O. Box 979.
PRICE . .
SAVAGE BOGIE MAN WHOM
SAMOAN CHILDREN FEAR
Solomon Islander Escapes from Aba-
renda and Takes to the
Bush His Mates
There was a great deal of apprehen
sion nmong tho peaceful nnd kindly
nathos ot the Island of Tutulla at tho
tlmo tho transport Solace left Pago
l'ngo for this port. It wns all on ac
count of the (scape from tho supply
ship Abarcnda ot one of tho Solomon
Islanders who had taken refuge thera
from the enraged natives several
It seems that on the Island on which
is situated Apia, the Qcdmann have
imported many Solomon Islanders to
work on the plantations. These, peo
ple are very savage, and given to canni
balism. Three of them escaped from
their masters and stealing a canoe
traveled to Tutulla a dlitanco by water
of about eighty miles. Landing on the
Island they took to the bush and be
gan marauding. They first stole,
chickens nnd pigs nnd there were
fruits and water In nbundance for
them. Not content with these good
things they mado their presence felt
by stealing and killing a couplo of
children whose bodies they devoured.
The Tutulians finding out about the
cannibals gavo chase to them and af
ter a very exciting hunt succeeded In
killing two. Tho third got aboard tho
Aharcnda and asked for protection
froni tho Islanders. This was granted
htm and ho remained aboard quite a
long time. Just before tho Solace left
however ho left the Abarcnda and took
to tho bush again. Ills being at large
and the depredations feared at his
hands aro what Is causing the excite
ment on the part of tho Tutulians who
have organized a hunting squad and
arc out looking for the man.
ALAKBA ST., NEAR KING.
Everything Very Touching.
Beautiful garden scene containing coffee trees In full bearing, baanis
and pineapples, all inside. Eve-ybody Invited.
Evening Bulletin. 75c per month
Metropolitan Meat Co.
Fresh Meats and Fish 41
by fcvery Steamer
From the Coast that lias Cold Storage.
Choice Beet, Veal. Mutton.
Lamb and Pork always
Also Poultry, Salmon and Halibut.
FOR SALE AT
The Metropolitan Market, King St., Tel. 4$.
The Booth, Fishmarket, Telephone 379.
Central Maiket. Nuuanu St., Telephone 104.
OAHU CARRIAGE MRG CO., Ltd.
1170 River Street.
Bet. Bcretanln and Pnunhl.
Tel. Blue 541.
P. O. Box 978.
Habber Tires pit 01 is Satis
Fine Carriages, Wageis aid
TriCkS. Repair Work a
All orders promptly attended to.
Only competent help employed.
I THE BULLETIN
Makee Island Concert.
The bund will, play tho following so
li'ctlona at a loncrrt on Makee Islam)
this cvcnlnK, beginning at 7:30 o'clock:
Overture Post anil Teasant ...Suppa
Chorus Tannhauscr Wagwir
Selection I'lrate ot l'entance ....
(a) I,et 1'onl Mol.
(b) Sweet Let Mamo.
Miss I. Kelliaa.
(c) Ku'u Wchlwchl,
Mrs. N. Alapal.
Selection Tho Crnckcrjack ...Mackln
Serenade Love In Idleness.. Macbeth
Fantasia In Switzerland .'...,, Humo
Waltz Love's Old Sweet Song..,,
Tho Star Spangled flanner,
nml also to prevent tho spread of the
plagun to sea port cities on tho Main
land. Fur tin considerations above stated,
anil being dcslrniiH of asslBtlng to tlui
utmoBt of our ability. Individually and
collectively, anil feeling assured that
If your UHulHtauco nnd support can bo
heuired tho relief Bought rtiay bo at
tained, wo earnestly solicit that sup
port In our behalf and In tho behalf
o' tho peoplo of tho Territory of Ha
waii to tho end that tho recommenda
tions of tho Oovernor, or such other
relief as may seem to you meet and
lirnner In llm nriimlun. ,nnv lm ..
ed by tho Congress of tho United
There was trouble on the TJritlsh
ship Euphrates yesterday. Three ot
the crew refused duty, demanding to
be paid off at this port. Captain Da
vies reported the mntter to tho Brit
ish Consul and ho reasoned with the
men. The position ot foreign Beamcn
nt this port Is tho same as It was un
der the Hawaiian laws nnd on an order
from the Consul on complaint of tha
captain of a foreign vessel tho sailors
may be locked up In Jail for deserting
from their vessels or refusing duty.
Wc Men What Wo Say I our
and wn mall In.tnictloua.tciilltncD
AUandcend Fill aa a HouM'iilr ft
em Book Co Bo 3B. Sihevilla. NCarellna.U S
Some of the olllcers aboard tho So
lace were very much surprised on ar
rival at Pago Pago to seo that the tine
tapa cloths for which they had been
naylni: from two tn live ilnllnn, nniwa
hero wero to bo had for from twenty
llvo cents to threo quarters of a dollar
tho piece. Most of them invested In
tapa which they will tako to tho States
to mako presents of. They say that
the natives du not care eu much nbmit
money In Tutulln as they do for
clothes and soap, or trinkets and that
much better bargains can bo made,
with shirts and other things ot wearing
apparel tlinn with coin of tbe realm. '
Dr. Pierce's Klec
trie llodv llnttcrv
Aw.y wlthO'iiftst Invts
neat., rna inr "ti iok
Ul fo ." A4drest
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be forgotten that the Paln-KIUcr !a
equally as good to tako internally as to
uso externally. Avoid substitutes, there
Is but ono Paln-Klller, Perry Davis".
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