Newspaper Page Text
RVS.NINO DUI.LRT1N. HONOLULU, H. T. MONDAY, I)KC. 16, 1901.
FROM CHINA AND JAPAN
Beautiful Silk Crepes in all the new shades,
Sheer Pine Apple Silk, 36 inches wide ; Ladies'
Japanese Silk Shopping Bags ; Hand Embroidered
and Hand Drawn-work, Grass Linen, Table Covers,
Table Centers, Bureau Scarfs, Tray Cloths, Doilies,
Handkerchiefs, Etc., Etc. :::::::
New designs In HemstltcheJ and Urawn-work Pillow Cases
and Sheets to match, i sheet and,2 pillow covers in a box.
SOnETHINO NEW in fancy, Silk Sofa Cushions, in
Oriental Effects, which must be seen to be appreciated.
Ribbons Kffi?3S Ribbons
We have a good assortment of popular priced handkerchiefs
tn plain narrow H.S., fancy scollaped and lace borders.
Also an' elegant range of patterns and designs in fine hand
kerchiets trimmed .vilh Maltese Point Lace and Mechlinl.aces
Here are the Names
of the little girls in the lead for the Handsome Doll we will
chu! away December jrd.
?J Alma Ferguson, Fort St 36 votes
Viotrt Atherton, 706 King St 28 "
Pearlie Kekumano, Vineyard St.... 2G "
RuthC. Soper LunaiiloSt 18 "
Alice Moore, Green St 18 "
lillcn Johnson, Honolulu SoapJWorks, 10 "
KlolseWicnman, Klng& Victoria Sts 10 "
Mahel Kemble, 1909 Punchbowl St. . 8 "
The last day of voting will be Saturday Night at io:co
o'clock, December 21st.
Sachs' Dry Goods Co., Ltd,
Denver, Col., Nov. 29. Professor C.
V. Wynn, ho recently treated aBcna
tlou In mining circles by the announce
ment that he had discovered a pro-
com by which he rould recover cnor
moua gold values from what havo been
regarded as low-grade ores, died to
night at St. Joseph's Hospital of
strangulated hernia. Prof, wynn had
been In poor health for a 5 car, but was
only taken with thu attack which cub-
ed his death yesterday, being taken to
the hospital at 6 o'clock last night.
I.lttlo Is known by tb'c public nbout
the Wynn process of gold extraction,
and It Is discredited by many mining
men, but the fact that Wlllurd Teller,
a brother of United States 8cnator
Henry M, Toller, and ex-Judge Sidney
Williams, both prominent attorneys
and capitalists of this city, convinced
of Its truth, becamo the financial back'
ers of the discoverer, gnve It an Inter
est to the public, i'rof. Wynn and bis
partners have been arranging for the
establishment of a large plant for the
treatment of ores. It Is undefined
that both partners are the possessor
of his secret, and that nls death will
not materially Interfere with their
Prof. Wynn was a native of Virginia,
and vvni educated at the Georgetown
University. Ills profession was that of
a chemist, and for the past the jears
ho hud devoted his entlro time to tho
devlopment of his goid process. I In
came here from Kansas City In July
We hare now a largo stock of the
bove on hand.
CEMENT ROOFING afford thbr
ough Ore protection to the building
and Is a non-conductor ot boat 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 flro proof. For
flat or Btcop surfaces.
Wo solicit your enquiries and will
promptly furnish any Information desired.
THEO. H. DA VIES & CO., Ltd.
GRAND REMOVAL SALE
For one week only commencing Sat
urday, November 16, our entire stock
will be offered at reduced prices on
aceount of removing to Robinson Blk,
Hotel street, on Saturday, November
23. Qlve us a call and convince your
self of our low prices.
14 Hotel Street, neap Nuuanu.
General Merchandise, Dry Goods, Groceries.
Japanese Provisions, etc
MAGOQN DLOOK, MERCHANT hTREET.
:f . O- Boss 886 'alalia. 2ir
Washington, Dec. S. In the Sctinto
Commlttco on Isthmian Canals today
there was n general discussion of tbo
Nicaiagua canal bill which was intro
duced by Senator Morgan, but no ac
tion war taken.
Tbo commlttco la Inclined to rrport
tho bill at an early date, although It
1b not expected that action will lie tak
en on It by tho Scnatn prior to tho dis
position of tho new canal treaty with
Great llrltnln. Tho committee Is also
disposed to act first on the bill as In
tioduccd by Senator Morgan, provid
ing only for tho acuulsltion of tbo
right ot way, leaving the details of leg
islation ror tho construction or the wa
terway to tbo future
At today's meeting of the Senate
Committee on Committees thero was a
strong effort on tho part or ertalu
Senators to displace Senator Morgan
as chairman or tho Committee on In
teroccanlc Canals. Tbey based their
contention on tho ground that tbo
chances aro favorable for tho Nlcanv
gun canal legislation, and tnnt tho Ho
publican party sbotiid put In charge
ono of Its own persuasion In order to
reap thu full credit for carrying
icrougn sucu legislation.
They also referred to tho fact that
Senator Morgan some time ago said
bo was ready to resign as chairman.
Other counsel. It is believed, has pro-
vaiicu, aaa senator Morgan is iiKeiy
to remain cnairman. lie was support
ed by a number of Republicans, who
recognize bis ability and ceaseless
work In behalf of tho canal legislation.
Tbey declare that Morgan, though a
Democrat, is entitled to tho chairman
ship of tho committee, where ho Iibb
served so faithfully, and that th llti-
pulillcan party will not lose by show
ing magnanimity In this respect. It
Is likely, however, ttint strong Repub
licans will be placed on the commlttco,
so that It will no longer bo a one-man
committee, oh In thu past. Senator
Suwall, who Is mortally 111, has glveu
way as a member of tho committee,
and others formerly serving aro' to ha
replaced by prominent Republicans.
FOR CORONATION HONORS.
Loudon, Dec. 4. Tbo Court of
Claims which Is dealing with thw
rights and privileges relating to ths
coronation of King Edward met todn)
in solemn stato in tbo council rhain
bcr of Whitehall to adjudicate between
tbo nobles who aro wrangling for au-
clent but generally empty and often
ludicrous honors. Sixty rases tamo
up, the most prominent being the
fight between tho Dilko of Atholl, the
Karl of Ancaster, tho Marquis of Choi-
mondeley and Karl CarrlngtonUor thu
lord great chumberlalnsblp. This was
too weighty for tho court, which pass
ed It on to tho House of iords.
Several other cases were referred
to a commlttco, but tho Karl of Krroi
will bo permitted to walk in thu coro
nation procession as Lord High C'ou
stable of Scotland nnd carry u sliver
baton, tipped with gold, bearing hip
own arms at ono end and thu King's
at the other. Tho claim for represen
tation as chlof lardcrcr was dismissed
by tno statement that thera will be no
coronation banquet, and that lience
Micro will bo no lardcrcr. Miss Heat-
tlio olllco of herbs!
ry Durrard. who claimed tho right to
enrry tho King's bow und arrows, were
InTormcd that they would not be want
cd. The niahops of Durham and Ilath,
It was decided, hao tho right to sup
port tho King whllo ho Is on tho throne
I that la to say, thoy will stand with
ineir nanus on mo duck 01 me cuuir.
TO mfo OUT ANARCHY
Washington, Dec 4. Senator Bur
rows toduy Introduced a bill "to pro
vide for the exclusion and uepartatlon
of alien nnarchlsts." Tin: Mitt terttou
of the bill is as follows:
"That no alien nnarchlRtn nhfit hero
nflcr bo permitted to land nt any port
of tho United States or l-o admitted
Into tho United States; 'hst hlr. pro
vision shall not bo construed as to ap
ply to political refugees or political
offenders other than such anarchists."
Tho second section directs the spe
cial board of Inquiry authorized by 1m
ti'lgratlon laws to mnko dlllgQiit luvts
ligation concerning tho antecedents of
nicy alien seeking admission in a the
United States who Is suspected of be
ing an anarchist, and a.thcrU-s tho
bc.ird to go even to tho extent ot ex
amlnlng tho persons ot nucpneted
aliens for marks indlcatlvo of mem
I ershlp In anarchistic hoccIIm.
Section 3 tiovides for iu ntu'n of
persons to their natlvo countries who
linvo secured admission to tho United
States contrary to law and who havu
afterward Ik en found to be anur
Tho fourth section provides thai
when tiny alien is eonvlrted of alms
In n United States Court and it shall
appear from the evidence that ho Is
an anarchist, thu presiding .ludgo shall
dlirct a further hearing, and If tho
Judgo Is tuitlsllcd that the convicted
alien Is an anarchist or that his re
maining hero would bi a menace to
Government or society In general, he
may direct that In addition to other
punishments adjudged, tho convicted
alien, alter undergoing such punish
mentB, shall bo Deported at thu ex
penso of thu United States to thu
country from which ho came, nnd If
ho returns to the united States shal
be punished by Imprisonment at hnrd
lauor lor a period not etcoedlng llo
years nnd ii,.ivvnrcl ngnm depot led.
l'iolslon is maile for tno appoint
ment of twelve immigration agents nt
a snlnry of $25(10 eucli, to make Inves
tigations in foreign countries concern
lug Intended cmlgrnntH.
Senator Vest's resolution directs
tlio Judiciary Committee to Inquire If
congress lias power to legislate rot
the punishment of anarchists who as
snsslnato or attempt to assassinate the
President of tho United States, and
If not, whether It Is expedient to
amend tio Federal Constitution to en
able Congress ho to legislate. Also,
whether It Is necessary and cxpcdlcut
so to amend tho Federal Constitution
ns to empower Congress to prevent, by
uch means as may bo deemed neces
sary, tho teaching by anarchists of the
doctrine that all governments should
ho destroyed; also, whether it Is nec
essary and expedient so to amend th
Federal Constitution that Congres
shall havo power to punish all persons
belonging to anarc hlstlc nssoilatlons;
also what amendments. If any, are nec
essary to tho naturalization laws to
prevent the romlng into this country
of nnurchlsts and their becoming cltl
tens of tho United States; nlso, wheth
er it In necessary or expedient so to
amend tho Federal Constitution as to
glvo Congress tho power to establish
a penal colony on some uuunblo Island
under tho jurisdiction or tho United
States, to which, after trial nnd con
vletlnn, every anarchist holding the
doctrine that all governments should
bu destroyed by the nssasaluatlou ot
their chief rnU-rs, shall boMleiiortcd.
and that thu committee, after due ex
amination and inquiry, shall recom
mend to tho Senate such amendments
tn thu Federal Constitution as may be
necessary to prevent the teaching and
promulgation of anarchical doctrines
In the United States.
PRICE . ,
.AT TMB ,
Washington, Nov, 29. With tho res
toration of order and open traffic on
the Isthmus of Panama, it Is expected
that the Navy Department will be able
to withdraw some of the United States
war ships now on duty In that quar
ter, and It Is probablo that one ship
will be withdrawn on either side ot
tho Uthmus. Thero will be no haste,
however, In reducing tho naval
strength, as the officials feci that tin)
surrender of tho Liberals on the
Isthmus may not terminate the etitlru
struggle throughout Colombia. The
country is so extcntlvo and the signs
of unrest nt interior points aro so nu
merous that It Is believed there may bn
n recurrence of tiouble on the Isthmui
If the Insurgents at other points con
tinue to show strength. When tho
Iovva Is withdrawn she wilt probably
go to Talcahuaua to ho docked. Tlin
Machlas, when relieved, will cotno
north and he docked.
Some of the reports reaching here
show there is apprehension on tho
part of some of the Colombians on thu
Isthmus, Including men of considerable
Influence, ns tolhe duration of tho stay
of American marines. It has come to
the knowledge nt ofllilnls hero that
many wild rumors have been circulat
ed on tho Isthmus, some of them going
to tho extent of nssertlng that the
United States fortes, having onco
landed, would not be withdrawn. Thesol
reports have led to Inquiries between'
Panama and Washington, bringing out
responses nnd the rumored American
occupation vvus wholly Imaginary, and
that the most positive nnd definite as-1
surnnces had been given that Immedi
ately on the fulfillment ot this Gov-!
ernment's obligation to keep open
the trninc, our forces would he do-
m.ii mil mill ail ,im;i itiui nuiiiui it; ,
would bo terminated. This purpose
of the authorities here had been niacin i
known to those In Inllucuco on the
Isthmus, nnd has served to allay thu
fears caused by reports of American
HAWAIIAN TOBACCO CO., Ltd.,
Corner Merchant and Nuuanu Stn. P. O. Box 979.
ALAKBA ST., NEAR KING.
Everything Very Touching.
Beautiful garden scene containing coffee trees In full bearing, bantnas
nnd pineapples, all inside. Eve-ybody invited.
Evening Bulletin, 75c per month
10 m pFans
llllo. Dee. 13. The llllo Dock Com
p.iny held a meeting last Tuesday
morning at the First Hank of llllo nnd
derided to go ahead with their enter
prise. A commlttco consisting of
Messrs. McStockcr, Lambert nnd Peck
vvus appointed to look after the matter
of filing nrtlcles of Incorporation at
once. Mr. Lambert, ns superintendent
of construction was authorized to make
plans nnd call fur bids upon the work,
nids will he asked from both Hawa
iian nnd Coast firms.
The unanimous sentiment of the di
rectors wns fnvorablo to building tho
bctt docks possible. The quality ot the
work will not be slighted In thu Inter
est of, economy. The committee on In
corporation wns also authorized to
mnko proposals to Oil) Territorial gov
ernment und If possible reach some ha
sis of ngreiment which will result In
wharf facilities for llllo. Trlbuno.
GERMANS AND MESSAGE
IKrllu,, Ijfc. 3. Tho messago of
President Hoosovelt caused a mild
thrill in Germany. Qn tho Ilourse.
where It was eagerly awaited, tho mes-
sngu was received with uncommon In
terest, and tho market wns. slightly
stimulated on thu posting ot a bulletin
containing Resident Itoosovelt's ntter
onco about trusts. Tho sharcH of tho
steamship companies tell ono or two
points on account of tho Immigration
inspection paraginpli, und tbo propos
ed development of tuo lneichant ma
President Itoosuvult'u words eon
corning thu restriction of Immigration
contain an unpleasant suggestion in
tmi present tlmo 01 depression, when,
as the Ilcrllner Volks Zeltung says, tbo
hard times make an overflow .of tho
laboring population ot Kuropa a neces
sity. Tho free tradii and Liberal news'
papers welcome the reciprocity rec
ommendations, but regret that Presl
dent Hoosovelt did not recommend
specific tariff reduction.
The first ?resHMin of the Presi
dent's messago In Gorman official cir
cles is that tbc repression of anar
chists by international agreement is
much moro likely to bo can led
through upon tho Initiative) of tho
United States than by that of any oth
er power. An antl anarchist proposi
tion from (Jon.mny, nlou the samo
Hues ns thnt of President Hoosovelt, Is
already probably on its way to thu
Statei Department at Washington.
Tho Voislschci X.eltung says the
President's message indicates thnt thu
agree w them.
Tlio National Zuiiuug alludes to tho
strong nnd confident, tono used by
Piesldent Hoosovelt, and to Tils largo
puriioses. Taking tho message alto
gether. It has been lavorably received.
Dotn popularly and officially
the Lights ! !
Why cnntlnuo to uso kcroseno
lamps and other poor Illuminators
when at a small cost wo will In
stall a perfect light In your homoT
Thero never was a light that
gave tho satisfaction of tho Incan
descent a Eoft, brilliant and
steady light, always ready for
uso; no dirt, smoko or smell.
Call and havo a talk with ns
about lights, or ring us up Tel.
Main 390. Wo will give you an
estimate on all costs.
Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.
King Street, near Alakea.
BITTEN BY SHARK.
Vallejo. Dec. ti. Ono hundred and
thirty-two men wero brought up on
thu Umatilla from tho trnuspnrt Han
cock today, among tno number thir
teen prisoners, flvu under seven and
eight year sentences lor mutiny on tno
ship Manila. Tho long term prisoners
will only bo held temporarily and later
transferred to San Quentin.
There wero also nvo sick men. Ono
case, thnt of Quartcrmastor S. McKlo
of tho gunboat Annapolis, was partic
ularly sad. With a party ui shipmates
he wns enjoying a swim in tho harbor
of Hollo, when n shars fastened Itself
to ono of his feet, dragging him to
tho bottom. Hn fieed himself by
forcing tho monster off with his hands.
When taken on deck the limb was at
onco amputated above tbo knee.
Tho matter of pensioning McKlo
came up, nnd It was contended that
tho accident occurred outsldu tho linn
of duty; but Admiral Kemp , In ruling
upon tho case, Held that, luasmucn ns
thu party had asked and been granted
permission for aucli recreation, no was
vlttually on duty. Tho unfortunate) is
nbout 2a years or age.
Andrew Cainei-le has been elected
Lord Htctur of Saint Andrew's Univer
sity at KUsgovv, though It doei not
)et ari'vnr lliot bo has been knighted
by King IMwtrd, ni has been rumorsd
bu would le, and ns ho abundantly
merits - Syrncuro 1'nt-Staiidard,
Metropolitan Meat Co.,
Fresh Meats and Pish l
by Every Steamer
From the Coast that has Cold Storage.
Choice Beef, Veal, Mutton.
f Lamb and Pork always
Mao Poultry. Salmon and Halibut.
FOR 8ALB AT
The Metropolitan Market, King St., Tel. 45.
The Booth, Flshmarket, Telephone 379.
Central Market, Nuuanu St., Telephone 104.
OAHU CARRIAGE MF'G CO., Ltd.
1170 Rlyer Street.
Bet. Bcretnnla and Pnunhl.
Tel. Blue 641.
P. O. Box 978.
lubber Tires put 01 in Satis
Fine Carriages, Wagons aid
TraCkS. Repair Work a
All orders promptly attended to.
Only competent help employed.
i...t... iii,. ii. resiueniB mossagu inuiiaics mni i
?vhi u..iir'i 1 . .Jr, , I " of "lu Umtml Slates aro well ,
i.lWirrVin?l,ho Imperlallstlr path, and that vc
lri"'K"5 '' 2 r..,." abroa.1 seem' to ngreo, w the
HOLIDAY 8TOCK OF TOY8.
Many new 8tayles Table Cover, Embroidered both of Grass Linen and
Embroidered Piano Covers, 811k Handkerchiefs, Etc
Heavy Pongee Silk and White Silks, Victoria Lawn, India Lawn .and
iLaces of all kinds. New stock of Swiss Embroideries.
DRY GOODS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
P. O. BOS MS.
THE OLDEST CHi. 'SB FIRM IN HONOLULU.
Dtdtri Is Fih Silk u Cm Lln.cn. Chln.M hi J.pinw Ga.it .1 All Kl.li
tntt Nuuanu .tr.,
WELL WORDED WANTS IN
THE ORIENTAL LIFE INSURANCE CO., LTD.
J. P. McCOY, President,
CAPITAL STOCK $000,000.00.
Tho only Insurance company In th o world Issuing policies la both Ut
ENai.ISH and CHINESE languages.
Policies contain all modern advantages ot the endowment and otfcM
forms Issued by the leading American companies.
Governed by tbo safest Insurance systems. The pioneer Cklnese-AaerV
TEL. MAIN 76.
HOME OFFICE, 301302 Stsngsnwsld Building, Honolulu, T. H.
Weekly Bulletin, $1.00 per year
NAVY DEPAKTMI1NT UILLK.
-i ' i
I I1L 13 U LsIjiJU 1 in
MASON AND HIS PRANKei.
Washington, Dec. S. Senator Mason
delivered n speech in the faenulo dur
ing tho last sosslou upon bis pure-food
investigation, in which no made on as
sertion that appealed to a cnampagnn
nrm as excellent advertising, ihu
II rm Is sending out tnousanus of cop
ies of this speech under Senator Ma
When asked touay wuethcr he had
authorized tho uso of his frank for
this purpose, Mason stated that he
had, and thnt ho considered It perfect
ly lei;ltlmato, nnd not a violation 01
tho letter or tho spirit of tho law
granting Congressmen tho privilege
of franking official communications
and public documents. Mason explain
ed that tho firm had Informed him
thnt It desired to send broadtast n
largo number of copies of tho speech
for tho advertising it contained, and
naked him to savo them postage. "Of
course, I had no onjcction. Why
should I?" ho dcc.arcd. "If any ono
wishes to mail copies of any Bpuceh
I havo mado or may mnko, I will
cheerfully furnish my frank. Tb
dim paid for tho envelopes. I havo
no excuse) or apology to make.
The Dulletln's special industrial edl
Hon can be obtained at this office or
the newsstands. Price 25 cents.
Washington, Dec. 4. Senator Hale
tulay Introduced a number ot bills,
drafts of which nud bofiii prepared nt
the Navy Department and were rec
ommended by Secretary l.onn. Ono
provides for creating thu grade of
Vice Admiral, with lour admirals of
that rank, and reducing the number of
Hear Admirals to fourteen; and others
to Increase the number ot Lieutenants
fiom 300 to 3G0, and tho number of
Junior Lieutenants and lCnslgns from
3S0 to COO; to Increusa naval construct
ors irom 40 to 60; Increase civil en
gineers from 21 to 40; to change tho
title of naval cadet to inldshlpmnu
and to Increase) tho number of cadets
by allowing ten annual appointments
by tho President.
Rheumatism has been cured In a
multitude of rases during the past slx'y
years by I'AIN-KII.I.EH. This potent
remedy rubbed vigorously In nnd
around tho suffering parts, will relievo
all stiffness, reduce the swelling, nnd
kill all pain. The most atuhborn'cnses
yield to this treatment when pcrHevcrol
In, Avoid substitutes, there Is but ono
Paln-Klllor. Perry Davis'. 2,'.e ani Cue.
Any kind of an ovqrcoat will Improve
tho comfort of a summer suit at the
proper tlmo for Introducing tho fall
iB!h ' Reaping thc srain 1
K'i i,WYvVf B from which ,hc orld renownd Cyrus K
SSilv I li!l v$lJsJm NothinS bul lhc fine$t Srade of corn or I
ii.iiiVii V'Vl.,' V J?L2Z$L n5iMiMi-'s a
I1P ' m V5i An ideal appetizer.
W. .C. PEACOCK & CO., LTD., Sole Agents
.tfiltoft! mtA'nU.Ji-iiu J&J$Xlitiltl.Jt. ..iU
bar- rjt rf .
iu ..-Hvi:li JbXik'Ai-xu&M. .ia A tu ( ,M tWiittafc mUM ;-toli
jAinwii..A fmnifti nAmftiu nn
' iilliiii irilllilill ilifli'ih