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EVENING DULLETIN, HONOLUI.TJ, II. T.. THURSDAY, DEC. 6. 1901.
Now that Thanksgiving Day la ap
proaching, here are a few items which
ought to Interest you:
Full Bleached Table Damask, four handsome patterns to select
from, 70 Inches wide, good 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 J J 00.
Extra Qualities, 25x25 inches, $3, $3.50, $4, $4.50
and $5 per dozen
Fringed Napkins, 75c, $1.25, and $1.75 per dozen.
Now on vtow In our
store will be given to
the most popular
child. A voting tick
ot will bo 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 titles, with full size napkins to
300 Pieces Assorted
Dimities,lawris and Batistes
regular value, 15c and 20c per yard, to close
at II for $1.00.
Sachs' Dry Goods Co., Ltd,
Wo have, now a large atockiof the
above on 'hand. ''' 4
CEMENT ROOFING affords thor
ough Ore protection to the building
and Is a non-conductor ot heat -and
No rusting, decaying, warping,
cracking or melting; .always flexible,
quickly and easily applied. i
Pure water flowing from the root
can be used for domestic purposes
Can bo applied .on old, shingles or
metal roof. Wind and Are proof. For
flat or steep surfaces.
Wo solicit your enquiries and will
promptly furnish any Information desired.
THEO. H. DAVIES & CO., Ltd.
GRAND REMOVAL SALE
For one week only commencing Sat
urday, November 19, our entire. stock
will be offered at reduced prices, on
account of removing to Robinson Blk
Hotel street, on Saturday, November
23. Qive us a call and convince your
self of our low prices.
14 Hotel Street, near Nuuanu.
. , S. SHIMAMOTO
General Merchandise! Dry Goods, Groceries.
Japanese Provisions, etc
MAGOON BLOOK, MKROHAKT fjIREET.
F.O.So886 3SLln 2H
BIO HOLIDAY STOCK OF TOYS,
Many new Stayles Table Covers, Embroidered both'of Grass Linen and,
Embroidered Piano Covers, Silk Handkerchiefs, Etc. ;
Heavy Pongee 8llk and White Silks, Victoria Lawn, India Lawn and
Laces of all kinds. New stock of Swiss Embroideries; .
DRY COOD8 OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
V. O. BOS WJ.
TOTXixrcsr rtro chan
. THE OLDEST CHi. 3E FIRM IN HONOLULU.
Otaltrt la Flat Silk ts4 Gran Uomi. CMmm tad Japao.M Qooia of All CIM
wia-tit Mouanu tt
WELL WORDED WANTS IN
AIMS OF THE W.C.T.U. BROOKLYN BRIDOE'S i 1
OUTLINED AT CLOSING
"SESSION OF CONVENTION
'gainst Statehood of OklahomaRe
fuse to Endorse National Pro
hihition Party Woman's
New Vork, Nov. 18. It was discov
ered today tbat another serious break
had occurred In the Brooklyn bridge.
Somo of the steel suspenders have
"buckled" close to the place of tho
original trouble, which created such a
big sensation lost summer. The braces
supporting the heavy Iron girders are
spread very much and extend outward
and upward for a toot or so. Tho buck
ling was caused by heavy tradlc this
morning, coupled with the cold weath
er and tho jarring of the structure by
the trolley car brakes.
Besides the Injured braces the heavy
stiffening Irons which run the entire were present: Dr. li. C. Sloggett,
length of the structure have stretched president: E. Mott-Smlth, Dr. V. M,
In places, bulging out appreciably. The Moore, Attorney (Uncial E. P. Dole
curvature of tho Iron stiffening rods and Dr. C. II. Cooper, members; Dr.
Is Bald to bo duo to the strain put upon j, s. B I'ratt, executive officer; C.
tho framework of the structure by the charlock, secretary, and C. II. Rey
appllcatlon of tho air and emergency noMs, superintendent Molokal settle-
SOME ARE QKANTLD
OIHtHS AKE REFUSED
Dr. Russel Will Do Dr Blake's Work
During Vacation of bit
Months Subsidies to
At tho regular meeting of the Board
of Health yesterday afternoon thcro
brakes on the bridge trains after the ment.
trains havo ascended the heavy rise at
tho New York and Brooklyn towers.
These IrnlnB arc' run during the morn
ing rush hours on forty-flve-socond
headway. So great a momentum Is at
tained In order to mount the rise In
A pathetic letter was read from Mr.
Kachu Browu, petitioning for the re
turn ot her child. It quoted much
Scripture, but the Hoard was compel
led to deny tho prayer.
Mrs. Kullwa was granted permission
PRICE . ,
the rondwny with tho heavily laden t0 visit her husband at Molokal.
cars, that the motormen arc used to Henry Ma's petition for leae to live
applying Dotn nir ana emergency with his wife und daughter at the set
brakes once tho crest of the rise Is dement ttas crhally reported on by
reached, so as to avoid tho possibility Mr. henolds. He said that the wo-1
of colliding with the train ahead. Tho mnn In question wns not Ma's wife,
sudden stoppage of tho swiftly moving Formerly the mnn was a mall carrier
trains lars the brldca Htrticturc and nn Mninkni imt i.n nmvr.t inn .,., i .'
puts, It Is alleged, a severe strain on
the Iron f rumen ork.
Chief Engineer Martin said this af
ternoon nothing wns tho matter with
the bridge, but not 200 feet away a
gang was rushing repairs where tho
carrier"' when lie conveyed a lot of
silverware and other things from Mey
er's place over the pall. Ma hail also
been a successful com c) or of opium.
The petition was denied. I
ur. ununcs u. niaxc or uiaa hskcu
breaks had occurred. The public Is for lcae of absence for six months.
getting somewhat pessimistic about
the safety of the monster structure.
APPOINT SAMP-OVH SON.
He had arranged with Dr. N. Itussel of
Mountain View to nttend to his gov
ernment work. Oranted.
A letter from S. K. Damon, treasur
er of the Victoria Hospital for Incur
New York. Nov. 19.-A special to ths Jul, conveyed u compliance with the
Sua from Washington says: Prcsl
lent Itcnscvelt has Informed an appli
cant for a cadetsbjp at the Naval Aca
Board's conditions for receiving pub
tic moucy as voted by the Legislature.
Mr. Mott-Smlth, for the committee
Kort Worth, Tex., Nov. 19. Mrs. Lil
lian M. Stevens was unanimously elect
ed president for tho coming year ol
the Women's Christian Temperance.
Union, Mrs. Susannah Kry, corres-'
ponding secretary, Mrs. Clara Hoffman,
recording secretary, and Mrs. Helen
Morton Barker, treasurer.
The Oklahoma Statehood resolution
was adopted and was forwarded to
President Roosevelt In the form of a
memorial and telegram, asking him not
to recommend Statehood In his forth
coming message. The resolution favo
lng the National Prohibition party was
Tho debate over the" adoption of the
resolution concerning Statehood for
Oklahoma and Indian Territory and
tht Indorsement of the Prohibition par
ty was long and spirited nnd verged on
The resolutions agreed upon lust
night were adopted today with slight
One Advocating total nlistlncnce
was the only safe rule for each man
and woman's habit ot life.
Two Upholding the great principle
of prohibition as tho only righteous
protection against the most unscrupu
lous'and demoralizing traffic on earth.
Three Reaffirming the statement
that tho "American Army Is far better
off without Intoxicants of any kind,"
nnd indorsing tho anti-canteen law.
Four Affirming a belief In a revival
of Christian citizenship founded on
divine Ideals of righteousness. (
Five Deploring the' death of the late
President McKlnley at the hands of a
cruel assassin, and especially that h
should have fallen a victim to that In.
sensato hatred of law and government
which is represented In anarchy.
Six Favoring the peaceful solution
of labor troubles by arbitration and
calling upon workmen to Join In the
battle against tue saloon.
Seven Calling for perfect equalltj
of men and women beforo the law.
Eight Standing unqualifiedly for a
whlto life, for pure manhood and, pro
tected womanhood, declaring an
amendment to tho Constitution defin
ing marriage as monogamous and pun
ishing plural marriages by disqualifi
cation to vote or hold offlcu In addition
to sovcre penalties.
PRINTING PKB8S COpltSINE. I
New York.i Nov. 18. Representatives
of four of the seven printing press
manufacturers are negotiating for a
consolidation of their Interests, with a
combined capital of 120,000,000. Op
tions havcbcen secured on six con
cerns, but the seventh mentioned the
Campbell Printing Press Company
said tonight through Its attorney,
Charles Deiiart Drawer, that no prlcn
bad been set for it and that nothing
was known of any meeting reported to
have been called for the purpose of
For ten years or more such an effort
has been on foot, and all tho managers
of tho press companies have heartily
favored the union of their Interests, ho
Brower sold, In order to reduce the
waste caused by competition, but when
It comes to placing a valuation on the
plants the owners have been unublo to
agree on prices. Beforo long, he
thought, they would come to It. Tho
representatives of the four allies are
of the opinion that the consolidation
will be effected In a few days.
Kate Well, I got my rovengo on
Laura, after all. Alice How bo?
Kate She let me trim a hat for her,
Somcrvlllo (Mass.) Journal.
Plans for San Francisco's Next Fight
HAWAIIAN TOBACCO CO., Ltd.,
Corner Merchant and Nuuanu Sts. P. O. Box 9TV.
ALAKEA ST., NEAR KING.
Everything Very Touching.
Beautiful garden scene containing coffee trees In full bearing, bananas
and plnrnpples, all Inside. Eve-ytvly invited.
Evening Bulletin, 75c per month
dmy that tho next cadet at large ap- ,n hospitals, made a verbal report on
polntmont will be given to n son of ",0 aitllon of tho appropriation for
Admiral Sampson. This was In nc- the Knplolanl Maternity Homo. It
cordancc with n promise "mado by was recommended thnt 'o secretary
President McKlnley to Admiral Samp- lraw un a form of bl" ,0 ,,n rendered
son. Threo of Admiral Sampson's b " 'n8'H'lon to the auditor. Tho
daughters married naval officers nnd nlrman mulnlulncd that It was bo
one married an officer of the marine J'ond,lhe Province f "" Hoard
corps who was recently transferred to ' vami to ,leche a constitutional ques
tho Army. Tho naval officers are """ 0n motion 'e recommendation
Lieutenant Hoy Campbell Smith, I.lcu- wa" doP'1.
tenant ltlchard II. Jackson, who was , "'Ports of tho plumbing Inspector,
appointed to the Navy through a spc- tho c l' -r.llary ollh-cr and the sanl
clal act of Congress,' nnd Lieutenant tnr '"l'cctora were read, nnd filed.
Wat Tyler Cluvcrlus. All aro from
tho South. Lieutenant Smith was np- They Forgot Miip'c-on.
pointed from Virginia, Lieutenant Clu- London. Nov. 19. The funeral of
verlus from Louisiana nnd Lieutenant Colonel J. II. Mapleson. tho operatic
Jackson from Alabama. Tho other Impresario, yesterday at lllghgate. n
son-in-law Is Lieutenant Henry II. suburb of London, wns a sadly neglect
Scott of the Army Artillery Corps. He ed ceremony. A solitary carriage con
Is from California. talnlng a brother and a brothcr-ln-
ine rrcsiueni nas' inrormcd appll- law of the deceased followed the
cants for appointment' that he will ad. hearse. Not oncof tho great operatic
here to tho practice of giving vacan- artists cither attended or sent a floral
cles at West Point and Annapolis to token, and only a few private and fa
me bods 01 Army ana wavy omcers mlly friends were present at the Inter
and to those, also of distinguished offl- ment In lllghgate cemetery.
ccrs In tho Confederacy. I ,
I The discovery In a Chilian copper
The tltlo of "energetic queen" has mine of the body of an Indian work
Just been bestowed upon the Queen man, who had died there many years
of the Belgians owing to tho following ago. and who had been preserved from
Incident, which took place at Spa a decay by tho nntlseptlc action of cop
day or two ago, and of which sho was ner. Is re nnrterl In n minim- in.im.i
the heroine. Her Majesty was driving' The mlno In question is situated in the
herself in her pony carriage, when sho district of Chuqulcamata, In tho desert
met a rag picker's cart drawn by n of Atacama. Tho Indian had evident.
dog. In It were two men, who were ly been killed by a fnll from the roof
beating tho poor beast savagely. Tho whllo engaged In collecting stacamltc
queen drew her carriage across the In a small basket which was still In
road nnd told tho men to ceoso mal- IiIh hand, his stono Implements being
treating tho dog. Tho only reply was found alongside. The body Is In a pcr-
a volley of abuse, and ono of them feet stato of preservation, evidently
began to thrash it more mercilessly duo to the Impregnation of the tissues
than ever. Her Majesty thereupon by copper salts, as well as to tho antl
turncd her ponies and drovo after the septic action of tho exceedingly dry
men until they reached a gcndarmle climate. As these mines wire apparent
station, whero sho had them arrested, ly qulto unknown to tho early Span
The gendarmes having added tho of- Ish colonists, it is to bo Inferred that
fenso of insulting tho queen to their tho body Is of Considerable nntlqultyj
"proccs-verbal," her majesty asked tho this Is corroborated by the stylo of
public prosecutor not to Includo this dress and by the sone tools used. Tho
In the oliargo,- as abet had taken the ac- local belief Is that It dates from beforo
tlon' as a member of the Society for tho tlmo of the Spanish occupation,
the Prevention of Cruelty to Anlmnls. say, the year 1C00.
M mil 'Nyf
li Viifj . ; is?fe
"If you don't aut whiskey to get lie belt ot you, you mut get
the belt of whitkey."
"I do lady, but when a Mlow't only got a nickel be can't buy
W. C. Peacock & Co., Ltd.,
f I THB BULLETIN ,
San Francisco, Nov 18. From all
appearances tho proposed fl?ht be
tween Jim Jeffries and Tom Sh:il;cr
will not take place, and thu batllu'to
be pulled oi( next month by tho San'
Francisco Athletic Club will bo bo
tuen Ueorgo Gardner and Marvin
Hart, the undefeated young Loulsvlllo'
heavyweight. Manager Alex ()rcg-
gains of the San Francisco Athletic.
Club said last evening that ho desired ,
to give tho people tho very best flghl
that tho club could arrange. From
nls words U was evident mat ho did
not think It would bo for the best iu
Uresis of tho sport to matcn Sharkey
agaliiRt Jeffries unless tho club could
learn whether buarkey was still tho
u.an ho was a few years ago. and thnt
he would really bo ablo to mnko a
gcod fight against Jeffries. Evidently
(Ireggalns does not wish to tal.u any
chances of pulling oft a fiasco llko
that between joffrles and Kuhlln tho
other evening, as tho pan Francisco
(,'lub intends to lomaln in tho business
for somo time and does not wish to
Injure Its reputation by giving nn un
Oieggalns raid ho would llko to
natch Fltzslmmons ngalmt Jcftrieb.
but ho was awaro that all efforts to get
Fifz to meet Jeffries had railed. Ho
does not consider that there Is at tno
lucrqiit tlmo any mart really worthy
of being given a match with Jeffries,
so tbe champion will find himself
practically without a clianco to flsht
tor soma tln.u meicly becauso thero
is not a man iu tho business that can
nicku even a shotting agilntt him.
' The pcrtons Interested iu thu la'o
Jtftilcs-Uuhlln flzzlo aro blaming
e,nrh other, and Madden comes In for
mobt of tho blame, thoiurh ho prob
ably saved his man from a terrlblo
beating. Still It Is believed that in
a championship battlo a man should
fight to tho bitter end, as so many
fights, havo been won by men whu
havo been "nil but out.
Madden seems to bo too gentle
hearted, lor this Is not tho first tlmo
ho has thrown up thn spongo to Ilia
surprise of tho crowd. In tho first
fight between t-ltzslmmons and Peter
Mahur in Now Orleans it Is well known
that the hurii-hlttlng irishman hud
Kiizslmmons all but out. Tlio fight
wan a terrific ono. Karly In tho bat
tlo Fltz landed a hard puncu on Ma
iler's forehead that injured Fltz' hand.
It pained him and ho seemed to for
get that thoro was a man In tho rliic
npalnst him. Ho put his hand be
tween hlB legs and tried to pull his
thumb back Into place. Malier, dazed
as ho was. saw that Fltz was In trou
bio nnd commenced to swing wildly
nt Mm. Ho happened to catch Fltz
on tho point and Fltz staggered about
tho ring. Mali or riiBhcd at him to fin
ish him and sent him against thu
ropes hardly ablo to stand.
Tho timekeeper Jerked thn string of
tho gong so hard In his excitement
that ho broke it and tho gong did not
ring In tlmo to havo Fltz. After that
all of the men. behind Fltz could not
gerhim to go after iaher to fight him
hard, and wcro becoming dishearten
ed, when, to their pleasurable sur
prise they saw Madden .hrow up tne
sponge, as Mahcr was as much dis
couraged as Fitz was.
Corbctt had n chance to mako a
great numo for h.msclf Friday even
ing. He showed determination and
common sense In ordering the mnn
to break, but he Boomed not to un
derstand what had happened when
Iho spongo was thrown In tho ring.
Ho looked at tho spongo In amaze
ment. Hud lie tiirnwn it out of the
ring nnd uidcred ltiihlln to contlnuo
fighting hu would havo madn a namo
for himself. Np fights nowadays-aro
conducted according to thu strict
rules, ami tho 'trlekury of seconds to
tsavo tho principals has been nioro
than onto mado inofToctlvo by thu
determined action of rolun-cs. It
would havo put ltiihlln on record In
icgard to his supposed yclluw slieak,
uud it would havo made Corbctt Im
Whllu It Is tiuo that many local
t-portlng men who noser missed a
light beforo did not go to tho fight,
the fact remains that thu attendance
was held up by people fiom the coun-
tiy, who feel llko farmers decoyod to
this city by sharpers nnd sold a gold
Illicit. Still, tho crowd present was
by no means tho lamest ever nt a
fight In this city, Tho attendance at
tho Jeffries Sharkey unlit, that be
tween Fltzslmmons nnd Sharkey and
oven that between Kid Lavlgnu and
Joo Walcott, when $1,000 wns taken
In at tho door, a ruator
Tho prices charged In tho Iluhlln-
Jetiiles fiasco wcro greater aud tho
receipts larger as n matter ot conso
uueuco. Still, thcro wero but (iCOJ
prrpons who pnld admission to thu
lizzie, Thcro wero In ull, counting
employes and persons admitted on
compllQicntarlCs. hot Including the
tegular police. 7004 persons present,
Tho receipts wcro $30,l87.ri, of which
tho fUhtcrs got fi'J 1-2 per cent. Jef
fries share was Jlt.Ooii.t an- Kuhlln
JiCS5.54. Corbctt got $500 for rotor
eclug tho llabcn.
As tho San Francisco Athletic Club
nnd tho Twentieth Century Club sen
slbly decided not to bid against each
other, but for ono tn take tho match
nnd give tho other 10 per cent of tho
rernlu's, tho Han Frnnelsio Club got
$3018.75. This left for thu mnnagurs
of tho Twentieth Century Club R197.
57, Out of this they will t.nvo to pay
ull Iho expenses, but they will net a
cry neat sum.
the Lights ! !
Why contlnuo to uso kerosene
lamps and other poor Illuminators
when at a small cost we will in
stall a perfect light In your homef
Thcro never was a light that
gave tho satisfaction of tho Incan
descent a soft, brilliant and
steady light, always ready for
use; no dirt, smoke or smell.
Call and havo a talk with ua
about lights, or ring us up Tl.
Main 390. Wo will giro you u
estlmato on all costs.
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King Street, near Alokcn.
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by Every Steamer
From the Coast that has Cold Storage.
Choice Reef, Veal. Mutton,
Lamb and Pork always
lso Poultry, Salmon and Halibut.
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