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EVENINO DULLETIN. HONOLULU, U. T., SATUItDAY, NOV. 90, ML
Now that Thanksgiving Day Is ap
a, proachlng, here are a few Items which
ought to Interest you:
full Bleached Table Damask, four handsome patterns to select
from, 76 Inches wide, good value for 75c; our price, 45c per yd.
A better grade, 72 inches wide, for 60 per yd.
Other at 80c, $1, $1.25, $1.50 and $2.5o"per yd.
Full Bleached, 24x24 inche $1.75 per dozen.
A Leader, 25x25 Inches, $2 25 per dozen, worth S3 00.
Extra Qualities, 25x25 inches, $3, $3.50, $4, $4.50
and $s per dozen
Fringed Napkins, 75c, $1.25, and $1.75 per dozen.
Now on view In our
tore will be given to
the most popular
child. A voting tick
et wllffco given with
each cash purchase.
We have also a good assortment of the
Shamrock Brand of Linens
In sets for round, oval, long and short
square ttbles, with full size napkins to
300 Pieces Assorted
Dimities,Lawns and Batistes
regular value, 1 5c and 20c per yard, to close
at II fop $1.00.
Sachs' Dry Goods Co., Ltd,
ARMY BOARD'S REPORT
San Francisco', November 20.
A board of Army officers appointed
to examine and report on sites for for
tifications for the piotecflon of Hono
lulu and Pearl harbor returned from
n visit to tho Island port on the steam
er Alameda yesterday. The board was
composed of Lieut. Col.rF. Heuer and
Lieut. Col. H. L. H. Davis of the En
gineer Corps, U. 9. A.; Major lllrk
hetmer, Inspector of artillery on den.
Young's staff, and Captain Slakcr, tho
commander of the battalion of nrtlllery
stationed In Hawaii. The boaruhas
completed Its tork. and this report Is
on the way to Washington. It Is said
It recommended eight sites for defen
CONGER FILES PROTEST
Washington, Nov. 22. Minister Con
ger s action In protesting to tho Chi
nese Government against the arbitra
ry cancellation of a railway franchise
granted to an American company1 and
its transfer to a French corporation
was taken upon representations mado
to the State Department by the American-China
which has a franchise to construct 0
road from Canton to Hankow. It Is
understood that forfeiture of the claim
was baited on two counts. First, that
tho road wan not completed within thu
stipulated period of time; and, second,
that tho American corporation had
passed to tho ilclglanr
The State Department holds that
the conditions In China for the last
year and n half have been Buch as to
sue guns ni points extending irom. mnke lt impossible for the American
iuku ueau 10 1110 Buumeusi 01 iiummi- company to have completed lis work,
tu to a point beyond Pearl Harbor, and tit for this delay the Chinese
Tho guns to be recommended1 are, It Is Government Itself la responsible. In
thoueht. heavy caliber, lone ranee mo second count tne ract mat tno
rifles wherever elevations are practl
cable, and smaller rapid-fire guns In
positions close to the sea level.
"We spent considerable time examin
ing the most advantageous sites," said
Colonel Davis, "and wo have recom
mended several that we bellevo well
suited for the purpose of defense. All
of tho sites are on private property,
and If acceptable to the War Depart
ment, they will have to be purchased.
I presume that the matter will bo
brought up at the coming session of
Congress and funds for the purchase
of the property made available. Some
of the sites may have to be acquired by
condemnation proceedings, and that
takes a long time. It will consequently
bo impossible to guess when tho pro
posed work will oe commenced of
We have now a Urge stock ot the
above on hand.
CEMENT ROOFING affords thor
ough fire protection to the building
and Is a non-conductor of heat and
No rusting, w decaying, warping,
cracking or melting; alwayi flexible,
quickly and easily applied.
Pure water flowing from the' roof
can be used for domestic purposes.
Can be applied on old shingles or
metal roof. Wind and Are proof. For
flat or steep surfaces.
We solicit your enquiries and will
promptly furnish any Information desired.
THEO. H. DAVIES & CO., Ltd.
Now York, Nov. 17. Itcv. Dr. Pente
cost preached to unite y Congregation
at Mott Memorial Hall this morning
on "Mr. Carnegie's Foolish Saying"."
and took occasion also to mildly grill
young John D. Rockefeller tor Borne
of his recent utterances at his Blblo
class meetings. Referring to Carno
glo's saying that "It would be unfortu
nate for the world If 999 men out ot
every thousand were newborn poor,"
Dr. Pentecost declared that the only
people who extol the blessings ot the
poor are the rich.
Continuing. Dr. Pentecost said:
"Carnegie said he would rather give
up all his riches than be deprived of
Shakespeare or Wagner In his life.
and John D. Rockefeller Jr. emnhaslz
ed tho samo Idea and at tue same tlmo
he sattl he did not bellevo Christ
meant It was harder for a rich man to
enter heaven than a poor man.
"I fear the gentlemen who mado
ksuch statements do not recognize
tlieir numuug. I sincerely doubt 11
Rockefeller would sacrifice his riches
rather than give up his Hlblo class.
as he says. If the doctrine Christ
taught is true, young Rockefeller Is
doomed to tho, everlasting punishment
of Hades. If Carnegie were to lose
his fortune I have no doubt he would
begin accumulating a second, rather
than bother about Shakespeare or
Wagner. I regard Carnegie as a hum
bug, and all the libraries he will ever
build will not blot from my memory
the scenes of Homestead."
road maintains Its American charter
makes It Incumbent upon our Govern
ment, following Its rule, to defend tho
JAPAN IS PROSPEROUS
Washington. Nov. 17. Tho Japan-
eso Minister has received telegraphic
advices Irom his Government which
show that tho statements recently
published concerning the existence o(
a financial panic In Japan are unfound
ed There have been some fluctua
tions in the slock market, but noth
ing of an atarmlug nature, and the
publication of the Government's new
Inanclal scheme has checked effect
ually tho downward movement. The
market Is now buoyant. Government
securities being quoted nt higher
rates than for some time past.
Tne new scliemo contemplates tno
provision of capital for tho extension
ot railways and telegraphs, which aro
yielding a net profit of 7 per cent, by
the sale of bonds to the postal sav
ings banks, tho utilization of surplus
revenues from tho railroads and tele
graphs, and the sale from time to time
ot such quantities of bonds as can be
nbsorbed easily by the domestic market.
The country has enjoyed one of the
most prosperous years In its history.
The rice and silk crops have been un
usually large, and there Is a steady
Influx of gold as a result of the trade.
It Is explained, tho Minister further
states, that the alleged panic was at
tributed to a loan failure. The result
ot the Inquiry was unfavorable only
in so far as It developed the cxlstenco
of a certain stringency here and In
England, due, the Minister says, to
causes entirely disconnected with any
questions ot Japanese credit.
Tho prosecution of public works,
temporarily placed In abeyance by the
diversion ot funds to defray tho cost
of the cxpedltibn to Lulna. has now
been satisfactorily provided for, and
should any further capital from abroad
b hereafter desired, tho Minister l
satisfied that his Government can af
ford to wait until tho conditions are
such that it can be obtained upon fav
i STOMACH .
I compounded with the greatest of
caro and contains nothing Injurious.
It Is a safe and reliable remedy for
stomach complaints and 1ms n record
of fifty years of cure to Its credit.
Many prominent physicians prescribe
and recommend It ns a cure for dys
pepsia, Indigestion, flatulency, belch
ing, nervousness and Insomnia. Try
it rue genuino must nave our pri
vate Die Stamp over tbo neck ot the
PRICE . ,
HAWAIIAN TOBACCO CO., Ltd.,
Corner Merchant and Nuunnu 8tn. P. O. Box 87B.
OPPOSING 1 (HE
San Francisco. Nov. 22. Over 1000
men prominent In the nffalrs of llfo and
representing every town, city and
county In tho State, gathered In con
vention In Metropolitan Hall yester
day afternoon, and In that great gath
ering all were united In the sentiment
that the barrier against the Immigra
tion of the Chinese must remain.
Never before In tho history of tha
State has such a large gathering ot
public and representative men been
held in which the opinion ot all was or
could be more unanimous.
ALAKBA ST., NBAR KING.
Everything Very Touching.
Beautiful garden scene containing coffee trees In full bearing, bananas
and pineapples, all Inside. Everybody Invited.
Evening Bulletin, 75c per month
Metropolitan Meat Co.,
Freeh Meats and Fish
by Every Steamer
From the Coast that has Cold Storage.
Choice Beef, Veal, Mutton,
41 Lamb and Pork always
Also Poultry. Salmon and Halibut.
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, neap Nuuanu.
S. SHIMAMOTO ?
General Merchandise. Dry Goods, Groceries
: Japanese Provisions! etc
MAG00N BLOCK, MERCHANT STREET.
1 . 0- Boss 886 alalia. 2i
Washington, Nov. 17. Commission
er General Powderly of tho Immigra
tion Bureau, In his annual report, re
Iterates the views expressed in his
last annual report as to tho necessity
of amending tho laws In relation to
the punishment ot persons who In
duce aliens to come to the United
States to engage In labor or service
ot any kind.
In discussing the general subject
of Immigration, the Commissioner
General says: "To deal with the prob
lem successfully. It seems in (llsnen
sable to remove as far as possible
those conditions which conflict with
the Incorporation of tho alien element
Into tho social system ot tho country,
so that by actual experience the for
mer may learn as soon as possible
that the basis and foundation of
American policy Is a respect and af
fection for and a willing obedtenco to
tho laws and customs of the land, be
cause the maintenance of those laws
I Is the best safeguard of individual lib
erty, it is therefore recommended
that Congress enact suitable legisla
tion either with, or, If necessary, with
out the co-operation of the States, for
the purpose of distributing the alien
population with some reference to the
Industrial law of supply and demand."
Tho conductor, when ho receives the
Must furnUh a seat to the passen
jalre; A plain camp stool for a three-cent
A scat with a back for a four-cent
A plush divan for a five-cent fare.
And must niako tbo change for tho
Hitch along, hitch along, thore! Hitch
Don't crowd the lady In tho rocking
chair! Chicago Tribune.
Bid HOLIDAY STOCK OF TOYS.
Many new 8tayies Table Covers, Embroidered both ot Grass Linen and
Embroidered Piano Covers, Silk Handkerchiefs, Etc.
Heavy Pongee Silk and White Silks, Victoria Lawn, India Lawn and
Laces of all kinds. New stock of Swiss Embroideries.
DRY QOOD8 OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
P. O. BOI MJ. Til. IS.
WICTO: WO GX3LAJST
THB OLDEST CHi.E FIRM IN HONOLULU.
Dttlm In Flat Silks tad Grasi Llatai. CbtaiH aad Japaatw Of oil of All Klali
to it Nntunu BtrMt.
Denver, Nov. 17. Tho Mormon hi
erarchy has Invaded Colorado in earn
est, and the orthodox clergymen ot
Denver today gave utterance to notes
or alarm and warning, both from the
pulpit and In signed communications
tu the press. They condemn Mormon
Ism as dn-Chrlstlan and an organized
Imposture, many of them showing
keen familiarity with tho book of Mor
Forty elders aro now engaged In
missionary work, aided by two prepos
sessing young woman who accompa
nied them from Salt Lake. A church
is to he erected with funds contrlbu
ted through tho blc.i council. Nenrli
all of the missionaries are young and
aggressive. The two female mission
aries, detailed on house to house work,
complain bitterly of the rudo nnd In
Ll'8 KON8 HONORGD.
Peking, Nov. 17. Tho Empress
Dowager has Issued another edict eu
logizing the late LI Hung Chang nnd
oidcring the erection of a memorial
arch near his birthplace. The edict
also directs that tho rank ot Marquis,
conferred upon the eldest son of the
lato Chinese statesman in his own
ngnt, snail descend through twenty
thrco generations. It confers high
rank upon tho other sonB of Earl 1.1.
upon whom the posthumous rank of
Marquis has been bestowed, and con
fers dignities upon his grandsons, to
gether with lucrative offices.
BAILORS SUFFER 8BVBRBL.Y.
St. Johns. N. V., Nov. 18. Details
of tho suffering ot the crew of tho
barkentlno Titanla, Liverpool for St.
Johns, which was wrecked Saturday
morning In a denso fog near Capn
Itacc, havo been Becured here. During
the thirty-six hours of Saturday and
Sunday, while they were lashed to the
ship's rigging, they were absolutely
without clothing except for their shirts
nnd drawers. Their rescue was ef
fected with great difficulty. Thrco
men from tho shoro succeeded, at the
iIhU of their lives, in aiding the ship
wrecked men to land.
ACCIDENTS WILL HAPPEN
Man wasn't made to suffer, .but ac
cldcnts wilt happen, and to meet such
cases, Naturo designed the roots,
herbs, gums and leaves for tho heal
ing of the nation. Nature's way to
treat a cut, brutso or a burn, Is to
cleanse, draw nnd heat, and that's the
way KIckapoo Indian Salvo nets Just
as naturo acts. It nets that way, be
cause It Is Nature's own remedy, com
pounded trom materials gathered In
Nature's Infallbto laboratory; unadul
terated, pure and simple. The same
Ingredients found In KIckapoo Indian
Salvo were In use for centuries before
the Red Men divulged It to tho Palo
Face. They healed nations ages ago,
they act tho same today. Hobron
Drug Co., agents tor the KIckapoo In
FOR 8ALB 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.
1170 River Street.
Bet. Bcretanla and Pnuohl.
Tel. Blue 541.
P. O. Box 978.
Bibber Tires pit oh in Satis
Fiie Carriages, Wagois aid
TriCkS. Repair Work a
All orJers promptly attended to."
Only competent help employed.
OUT Tilt QUI
Salt Lake, Utah, Nov. 19. Former
Queen Lllluokalanl 01 Hawaii Is ex
nccted to arrive In Salt Lako next Frl
day and Btay In this city for a few
dars before proceeding on her Jour
ney to Washington. Several hundred
of her former subjects, members of
tha Hawaiian Mormon Colony near
this city, are making great prepara
tions to entertain her. At tno taber
nacle services next Sunday, which
she Is expected to attend, several Ha
waiian selections will bo rendered by
the great Mormon choir.
Exposure to Wet, dampness and cold,
Invariably results In a sudden chill,
which It not attended to Immediately
will cause a cold. By mixing a tea
spoonful of Perry Davis' PAIN-KILLER
In half a glass of warm water or
milk, the whole system will be heated
and the danger of cold avoided. Avoid
substitutes, there Is hut one Paln-Klll-er,
Perry Uavls'. Price 25c. and 50c.
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The cause o( biliousness Is the lack o( age too much haste
to put the, beer on the market. To ferment beer thoroughly
requires a process of months. Without It the fermentation takes
place In your stomach. That Is the cause o( biliousness.
Hurried beer Is unhealthful. Schlitt beer Is kept for months
in refrigerating rooms with a capacity of 205,000 barrels kept
almost at freezing point until It is well fermented. Scblitz beer Is
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