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Now that Thanksgiving Day la ap
proaching, hero 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 $2.50 per yd.
Full Bleached, 24x24 inches,
A Leader, 25x2$ inches, $2
Extra Qualities, 25x25 inches,
Fringed Napkins, 75c,
Now on view In our
store will be given to
the most popular
child. A voting tick
et will be given with
each cash purchase.
Sachs' Dry Goods Co., Ltd,
THEO. H. DAVIES & CO., Ltd.
GRAND REMOVAL SALE
For one week only commencing Sat
urday, November 18, our entire stock
will be offered at reduced prices on
account of removing to Robinson Bile,
Hotel street, 'on 8aturday, November
23. Give us a call and. convince your
self of our low prices.
14 Hotel Street, near Nuunnu.
.Japanese Provisions, etc.
MAGOON BLOCK, MERCHANT STREET.
35s ,0- BOSS 886 IkEata. 2H
BIO HOLIDAY STOCK OF TOYS.
Many new Stayles Table Covers, Embroidered both of Grass Linen and
Embroidered Piano Covers, 811k Handkerchiefs, Etc.
Heavy Pongee 811k and White Silks, Victoria Lawn, India Lawn and
Laces of all kinds. New stock of Swiss Embroideries.
DRY GOODS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
P. U. B) M,
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THE OLDEST CHu V-SE FIRM IN HONOLULU.
DciUr to Flu Sl'ks an Grait Llntni. CfalntM an4 J.paaM Goo4t ot All KMi
ift-tit Hqutnu tr 1
WELL WORDED WANTS IN
I THE BULLETIN I
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$1.75 per dozen.
25 per dozen, worth $300.
$3, $3.50, $4, $4.50
and $5 per dozen
$1.35, and' $1.75 per dozen.
We have also a gooJ assortment of the
Shamrock Brand of Linens
In sets for round, oval, long and short
square tables, with full size napkins to
300 Pieces Assorted
Dimities,lawns and Batistes
regular value, 15c and 20c per yard, to close
at II for $1.00.-
We have now a large stock ot the
above on hand.
CEMENT ROOFING affords thftr
ough Are 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.
Pure water flowing from the root
can bo 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.
Dry Goodo, Groceries
Uui ..I, 'J, f
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we iboy his
IMPRISONED TWO MEN
TO OBTAIN $11 RANSOM
Exciting Experience of an Editor and
Ex-Governor Finally Forced
Their Way Out and the
Boys Skipped Out.
Dylaws of tho Protestant Episcopal
Church In tho Hawaiian Islands were
adopted by the Anglican Synod last
nlgqht. Tho matter of a corporation
seal was discussed and left with tho dl
lllshop Willis defended the propriety
of his appointments on the committee
to consider the Kolmla parsonage mat
ter, saying that the Synod having
heard statements from the trustees,
Mr. Davicg and himself, It was dcslr-
able to have a committee from outside
of those having had to do with the
r.,nnn Kii.ni m,..i n, ronn.i n, ., I
hoard nf missions. It showed n hal-
.... 1 .... .., ..v .
nncc of Jil.Cu In hand. This body wan
organized In the Synod two years ago.
iis onjeci is to awaken interest In tho I'-1' unurcii in 1110 niorcsu or mission
missionary work in tho Islands, to Jry district of Honolulu. Ho shall
make appropriations nnd to raise mon-.
ey for , bo support of tho clergy etc
A report on the Chinese mission of
St. Peters chapel showed that the
work had been impeded for the past
two enrs by the withdrawn! of aid by
the S. P. a. In England. Tho report
was referred to a committee consisting
of T. Cllve Davles and Dr. Weymouth.
Mr. Testa was granted more time
for tho Kolmla committee
1 om .1 . ...
Ed. Stiles gave notlco of resolution
touching the resignation of Ilcv. &
II. Davis of Christ church. Kona, after
an Incumbency of thirty .years.
On motion of Captain Pond the trus-
tees were authorized to present tho
amended charter of Incorporation to
the civil authorities for annroval.
Following are the bylaws as adopted
at this meeting, which adjourned until
7:30 this evening;
Quallflcatlon of Directors. Each of
the seven directors as provided In tho
charter of Incorporation shall be, at
tho tlmo of his cleci.on, a communi
cant ot tho church In this dioceso nr
missionary district, and, If a clergy
man, shall bo holding tno licenso ot thw
bishop. Four directors, wi.,i tho pres
Idcnt, shall constttiuo a quorum for
the transaction of business.
Election of Dlroctors. T.10 direct
ors shall bo elected by ballot during
tho session of tho diocesan synod, con
entlon or other reprcscmnllvo body
ot tho church, to servo lor ono year,
and uutll their successors arc elected.
Tho secretary of tbo synod or con
vention shall nothy the directors per
sonally or by mall ot their election.
Organization of Directors. At a
time and place appointed by tho presi
dent, tho directors shall meet and or
ganize by tho election ot a secretory,
who must bo a dtrector, and a treas
urer, who need not bo o. their num
ber, but shall bo a communicant of
thn church in this diocese or mission
ary district. Thoy shall likowlsu d
tcrmino tho number and times of their
regular meetings, ono ot wnlch shall
bo on tho Saturday next betorf tho day
appointed for tho meeting ot the an
nual convention. Any vacancy occur
ring In tho board ot director) by resig
nation, death, absence irom tho Ter
ritory for mora than tbroo months, or
legal disability, shall o tilled by tho
board at a regular meeting thereof, or
at a special meeting caned for that
Duties of Directors. Tho directors
shall, enter upon, taxo possession of,
receive, hold nnd administer for thn
uso of tho Protestant hplscopal
Church in tho dioceso or missionary
district of Honolulu, and subject to
tho constitution, canons, rules and
regulations, nil property, money nnd
funds which tho said church now
owns or "may acqulro or become en
titled to, excepting such nronortv. mon
ey or tunus as nro now, or may hero
after bo othcrwlso provided for or dis
posed of undor Uo constitution, can
ons, rules and regulations or snld
church, or held by others upon trusts
created by tho donora thereof, or by
operation of law. And they snail like
wise enter upon, tako possession of,
hold and administer for the uso nr
parishes, missions nnd concrecntlnnii
of said church anil subject to tho con
stitution, canons, mien and reoiln.
tlons of said church, nil oronertv crnnt.
cu or entrusted to tno corporation for
tho uses of bucIi parishes, missions or
congregations, whether such property,
money or funds bo acquired or held
for tho uso of churches, parsonages,
hospitals. Schools. rnllnirna nml.nn
asylums, homes, cemeteries, or oilier
rengious, nenovolent or cilucutlonnl
purposes: iirovldud. Hint ni,i mmr..
tlon shull not mortgage or allcnato
any real estato hold uy tho said cor
poration without tho consent of tho
bishop and standing commltico of this
dlore.o or missionary district.- nnd
piovldcd further. Hint nil fimrri,,..
held liv tho said rnrnnrnttcin hnll i,
useu exclusively ror tho worship anil
u,,.,,uuo dv vii'i'u m inn i'rni..tntif
Episcopal Church, nnd according to
imu iiiiiBiuMMon. rations, rule nnrl
regulations thereof. Thoy shall eausp
in mi rnpt n compinto record of all
their acts and proceedings, and shrill
present to tho annual convention n .
port nnd full statement nf thnlr ..,.(u
uini proceedings, and or tno property
acquired, rcrelvcd, disposed of anil
iivui uy mem.
1 mi i-n-Biiicni. 1110 president, or,
in his absonro. n commissi unorini.
ly authorized on his bohair. who mav
or may not ho ono of tho illr. lor,, or.
If tho Seo bo vacant, tho proildent of
the stnndlng committee, sholl
1. Prrstdo over all tho meetings of
2. He shall call special I'looMim of
th directors whenever ho mav deem
It necessary, or whenovo- no -tlmll lie
leo'Weil to do so by two members of
3. Hn shall, with tho secr'tsrv, sitrn
and ncltnowludgo all Instrupients af
fecting real property mado by order
ot tho board.
L Ho Bhnll sign all chocks for mon
ev drawn upon tho trensurcr by order
of Iho board.
5. Ho Bliall dlschargo such other du
ties for nnd on lielinl. of tho board, ns
thoy may authorize;
:.jot. i. , ..,
ARTICLE VI. ,
The Secretary. It ahall be tho duty
ot the secretary:
1. To sign and serve, or cause to be
served, all notices ot meetings 01 tno
directors provided lor In the by-laws
or called by the president, personally,
or by mall, at least ten days bcloro
tho time of meeting.
2. To keep minutes of the meetings
of tho board and a record of all its
acts and proceedings, and a record of
all property received by the board,
and if disposed of, tho disposition
thereof; also an accurate account of
ajl moneys ordered to bo paid by tho
3. To countersign all checks drawn
by the president upon tho treasurer in
pursuanto ot orders ot the board.
4. To sign and acknowledge all In
struments affecting real estate mado
liv nrilnr fit thn hnap.l nml ntlnnn
thereto tho corDornto seal, of which
no shall have tho custody.
6. To discharge all other duties per-
Jalnlng to his oinro and such as may
be prescribed by thn board,
In easo ot his absence or Inability
to act, the president shall appoint
Bcmo other member of tho board to
act as temporay secretary,
The Treasurer. Tho treasurer shall
nielvo and keep all funds and money
of tho irporatlon delivered to him
by or under tho direction of tho board
of directory and pay them out only
on ,no ehecks of tho president, coun-
terslgnod by tho secretary. Ho shall
1 liavo charge
i,nvn fhiirin .if nil itimu
or all dccdH of convey-
, anee, leases,
sentences m consoora-
tic,,,. nil other lnulrnmenin tmwMn,.
the properly of the Protestant Kplsco-
rcnl"? ." c!it'' entry In a book pro-
-, X'rnt. ' Z
dMo ,)f mll conicyawc, an(, refcr.
tme to tho book nnd page in which
sild conveyance Is recorded In the
public rcionlH. He shall glvo bonds
,n B"ch s,im "" manner as tho board
of '"rectors shall prescribe,
I AltTICt.K VIII.
. Corporate Soal.-Tho directors shall
procure a seal for tho corporation nnd
'adopt tho samo by resolu.lon. It shall
bcar lmn u tho' words, such nbbro-
vlntlons of tho "Piotcstnnt EplKpnl
Church In the Hawaiian Islands, 1902,"
and such device as tho board of dlreit-
crs may adopt.
I AltTICl.r! IX.
Ctrtined Cup'es to be Kiirrlshod nntf
I Kept. The secretary of tho synod of
convention shall furnish to Ui scero-
ir.r ot tho board of directum n ci-r-I'firato
of tho election of dir-'ciuri by
tli syncd or convention, a t.'iny cf
theso by-laws certified by him to bo
correct, and also'a certified copy of the
resolutions of tho convention provid
ing for tho Incorporation of thn
church; nnd whenever amendments,
alterations or addltnns shall bo mado
to these by-laws, tho secretary of tho
convention In which said arendments,
alterations or addltons aro mado shall
furnish certified copies thereof to tho
secretary of tho board. The sccrolffry
of tho board shall nrcservo the samo
nnd enter In n hook kept by htm for
that ptirposa tho said resolutions ot
the convention provMng ror such In
corporation, theso by-laws and all
amendments, alterations nnd additions
thereto, and tho amendid charter ot
Incorporation, and a ccrtlilcato to be
furnished annually by tho secretary
ot tno convention or tho election of dl
rectors for tho ensuing year.
Theso by-laws may be amended at
nny annunl session nf vne convention.
WANT NATIONAL CONTROL.
Los Angeles, Nov. 18. Tho execu
tive committee of the Southern Cali
fornia section of the National Irriga
tion Association held a meeting to
day am formulated a telegram of pro
test, which was sent to President
ItooHevclt. Tho telegram calls tho
President's attention to a report sent
out from Washington to tho effect that
bo would recommend to Congress a
lino of action for tho reclamation of
the nrld lnnds, which will have tho
effect of Intrusting to tho States In
stead of the agents of tho Federal Gov
ernment thn systematic development
of tho plans for Irrigation works. Ths
commlltco represent thai such n poli
cy would he a serious error and a
death blow to tno national Irrigation
movement or an era of homo building
on the public dumnln.
The telegram also rails the Presi
dent's attention to his letter ot Novem
ber 1C, 1900, to tho National Irrigation
fongrees ut Chicago, "which crystal
lized the sentiment dominating that
convention that the reclamation of ths
arid lands must bo kept absolutely
wlthltf the control of the national Gov
ernment." WILLIAM 'I AI.KM WAR.
Ut-rlln, Nov. 18. Kmperor William
participated In tho debate ot tho So
clety of Naval Knglneers today, on the
subject of placing heavy guns on bat
tleships ami Its effect upon their con
struction. Ills majesty referred to ths
Influence of tho military requirements
upon tho development of ship con
struction and artillery, nnd pointed
out how tho aim of Germany had al
wnyu been to allow the opinion ot tho
ollh'crs' who had to nnvlgato ships to
bavn as much weight and Influence, as
possible on tho shipbuilder and con
structor. Germany was also tho Hut
nation to place a captain still on the
T-tlvo list ut tho head of tho construc
tion bureau. Hu believed that the typo
of vessels now being launched In Ger
man yards represented tho very best
needed for tho purposes of tho coun
try, or that could he demanded from
Mia splendid constructors and magnl
Iccnt yards of Gcrnmny ,
Tho Grippe. This can bo avoided by
'aklng tcaspoonful doees of PAIN
KII.I.I1R In hot water sweetened, as
well ns by cxternnl application, full dl
ectlons aro on each bottle. A bottle ot
t'lln-Killcr Itcpt In the house will provo
'aluablo not only for tho arlpro, hut
for ordinary coughs and eolds. Avoid
substitutes, there Is but nnu Pnln-KUI-or.
Perry Davis', l'rlcp 2.10. and GOc.
Tho equipment of tho now ocean
greyhound, tho Kronprlnz Wllhelm,
Includes a complcto telep.iono system
between staternnms nnd ndlces nnd for
signaling purposes throughout the
ship. As nnnounrcd In tho rc3 dis
patches a wireless telegraph system
has also been Instnlled and li utilized
for signalling In advance of tho ar
rival of thn steamer nt the coast on
each side of tho ocean.
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