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KVENINQ BULLETIN. HONOLULU. II. T. WBDNKSDAY, DEC. 18. 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. :::::::
1 New d-slgns in Hemstitched and Drawn-work Pillow Cases
and Sheets to match, i sheet .ind 2 pillow covers in a bo.
SOnETMNCl NEW in fancy, Silk Sofa Cushions, in.
Oriental Effetts, which must be seen to be appreciated.
Ribbons K&TX Ribbons
We have agood assortment of popular priced handkerchiefs
in plain narrow H.S., fancy scollaped and lace borders.
Also an elegant range of patterns and designs in fine hand
kerchiefs trimmed ivith Maltese Point Lace and Mechlinl.aces
Here are the Names
of the little airis in the lead for the Handsome Doll we v, III
give away December 33rd.
Alma Ferguson, Fort St 36 votes
Violet Atherton, 706 King St 28 "
Pearlie Kekumano, Vineyard St.... 26 "
..RuthC. Soper. Lunaiilo St 18
Alice Moore, Green St 18 "
Ellen Johnson, Honolulu SoapWorks, 10 "
EloiseWicnman, King& Victoria Sts 10 "
Mabel Kemble, 1909 Punchbowl St . 8 "
The last day of voting will be Saturday Night at 10:00'
o'clock, December 21st.
Sachs' Dry Goods Co., Ltd,
FEDERAL ATTORNEY GIVES
AN IMPORTANT OPINION
The Collector of Customs is Recom
mended to Avoid Unnecessary
Litigation in Collection
J, J Dunne, Acting Dlstrltt Allot
noy, has rendered sukc advice to I! H.
Stnrknhle, Collector of Customs, re
Knrdlns a tasu reported In the Iliillotin
5onn dnjs ugo. The Collector sent the
Pedernl attorne for inllevtlou a certi
fied op of tlie lionil of K. Wnkahnj-
nrhl, tinted November 2", 19ftl. for six
liiutitlis, In the 11en.1l sum of $2t)0 with
the I'arlflc Surety Co Vakntiafiiilit.
nccoidlnK to the statement of facts,
Imported tcrtjlii merchandise' h the
steamer Chlnn of November 9, n pait ot,
wlilili was eMIuied In ne'eniilnnic with
customs icgulntlnns The Colleetiir
had reiKon In bellevo that one of til
miuinmliied pukupcs eontntneil snkl,
a splilttiotis liquor, which was an II
l"KTl Importation under the Inrln At
of .Inlj 21, lS'i" Arinrillimly, the Im
porter was riciucsttel to ntiiin tin
lucl.nite In niiixtion to the custom
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PROFESSOR KOEBELE FINDS
IT POPULAR ON HAWAII
The Government Entomologist Dis
courses on Biids, Insects,
Forests and Small
Proftssor Koclir-ln, on bis trip Just
mmpleto, trnwrse'el tho Inland of Ha
waii nnd Bitherrd mneli sclontllle data
and Kcne'ral Inlormatlon,
In I Inmaltiia the Professor dUro
en d n lady bug wble h baa never before)
bi en nolle) d In them- Islands by tho
scientists. All aloiiR tin1 Ilitmnkim
renst I'mrcKittir Kurbclci found theso
little Inrects In abHUdaneo. These
l.iil)-blrdR nro brilllnully colored, The)
fet-il upon plant lice
'I ho species dlKiovori'il nt Ilamakim
differs somewhat from the romtnon Un
re pi an spi 1 lex.
Professor Kiiebt.li' has a biikkcsIIoii
"Hi, it enrrleil out, will not only ma
ti rlally help lo do away with the 1110s
qiiltnc's in und niomid II0110I11I11, but
will ko n Ioiik way lu, prevent pol fam
Iiuk. On Hawaii he noted with Intel
est the Rrowth of dry laud taio III the
Knnn district The inability of tbo
nntlve H-iunllnns nre excocdlnRly fond
01 1110 dry land laio, preferring It lo
iifllco ulirn lil lirnker reniirliil fur I HHi WHU r-lllto.
him lint the contentu of the luiknue ' tie District of Kona. drj-tnnd ta
had enter,,. Into conniption and " , J, ."
that It was Impossible for him to corn- IU0ntlll wh,.leM ,,,,, llK,r ,,,, ml
ply with the'condltlonii of the bond. Umiwh In tho wet lands, takes n much
,ner troiiitniittinK to .Mr. iiuiine inn-iciikit time to mature'
Wo have now a large stock of the
above on hand.
CEMENT HOOFING affords th6r
ough Are protection to the building
and Is a nonconductor 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
tnetal roof. Wind and tiro proof. For
flat or steep surfaces.
We solicit your enquiries and will
promptly furnish any Information desired.
THEO. H. DA VIES & CO., Ltd.
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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 Nuunnu.
General Mcrchandlsei Dry Goods, Groceries.
Japanese Provisions, etg
MAQOQN BLOCK, MERQIIAKT hTREET.
3?.Q.:Bo:sg886 Jeuira. 2lft
BIG HOLIDAY STOCK OF TOYS.
Many new Stayles Table Covers, Embroidered both of 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 6wlss Embroideries.
DRY GOODS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
P. O Box MJ.
THB OLDEST 'CH.. .SE FIRM IN HONOLULU.
OuUri la PtM Sllki to Ort Lltum. Chlntw nl Jipuuii Qooli ot Alt Klstt
io-i Naotnu urf
WELL WORDED WANTS IN
I THE BULLETIN
bond with n rtiiiet to have It prove-
ttiteil. Mr. Stacknhle leceUeil a litttr
from tbo I'uililc Hmtty Co vvhltli b"
forthwith also traiittnltteil to tho Fed
eral nttorne The t ompaiiy b) Its at
tortii). V. .1. Itoblnson, tcndeijed thu
full sum of the bond of WakifluvaRhl,
viz, fl'OO. In Ills net omp 111) lug note
to the Ktderal attorney, tho Collector
Raid he failed to And any autborlt) ot
law authorizing him to accept tha
penal sum of the bond In xettlcmcnt ot
the matter. He requested Mr. Dunne's
oftleial opinion as to the proper course
to piu sue in the premlFcs.
Tho attorney of tho l'.ielflc Surety
Co. p quoted as Kiylng In his letter.
"In order to avoid any litigation which
mlcht ensue ns a result of placliiK the
matter In tbo bands of tho Tolled
States attorney, we herewith volun
tarily tender nnd pay our to jou the
sum of $200," etc. He also biiKRestH
the pioprlctj of referrlni; the matter
to tho Seeretaij of the TreiiHiirj for re
Mr. Dunne rcxietn that Ihn piissiini
of the I'o.ul Harbor eondemnatlon
suits, ami of other matters requiring
Immediate attention, presented him
fiom replying cailler and from dls-
euKHlng the suhjeet matter iih full) at
he should wish, "It rceins to me, bow
ever," be rock on to sa)," In view of
the tcndci of the Sun t) Company,
that the ntccptanco of this tender
would be product he of results to tho
Government e-qilvntent to thow whith
would flow from a Miiicessful prosecu
tion of the bond; that no higher satl
faction to the Government could re
sult fiom the propoHcd litigation than
would result from the nrccptame of
this tender; and that, therefore, a re
port to litigation would be vain and
iinnctCBP.ir). If somo goyl purpose
could be subserved by the proposed liti
gation, one could appreciate tbo pro
priety of Its Institution, but sliuo tho
most complete success of such litiga
tion eould rmult In no higher advan
tage to the Government than tho col
lation of this bond, It would seem. In
view of this voluntary tender, that
'the Institution of iiuntecssar) legal
proceedings' would be nt variance with
the spirit nnd Intent which pervadet
the custom regulations. Ilevenue Ian
are to be fairly tonbtiued, so ns to ef
fectually accomplish the Intention of
Congress and secure tho observance of
the law; but even revenue laws Impos
ing forfeiture for fraud am not tech
nically penal, so as to tail for 11 harsh
The United States nttorne) goes on
to discuss the laws and lobulations,
holding that "the irencral spirit of tlu
regulation touching the collection ol
bonds seeks to except de
findants from unnetessaiy costs and
provides. In certain cI.iskch of cases
that a reasonable opportunity will be
afforded obligors to dlbthargo homln
without suit," In conclusion bu siys:
"I have the honm to aihlso )ou to
accept the tender of tho 1'acllle Sunt)
Compaii) conditional!) ; tint Is In s.v
that )ou should accc pt this tendi r sub
ject to the contluinitlon by tbu Ilonoi
able, the Secictnr) of tbu Ticasi.,'y,
that you should advUu the Pacific
Surtty Compaii) in writing of the
nullified character of such acceptance,
and that you should immediately trans
mit the entire) continuity to the Hon
orable, the S(erelar) of the Treusuiy,
for his Judgment and Instructions
thereon U puisuing this course, you
not only protect the Government, but
also pioeuioan adjudication which will
serve ns a valuable guide hereafter. I
beg leave lo add that I shall do ni)self
tlie honor to transmit lo tbo Attorney
Geneial copies, of all papers herelu."
- RoohcvcH KlfVnH HIh Flrtet Bill.
Washington, Dee, " President
Ikoosovolt today signed tho first bill
sent to him by Congress, thus creat
ing tho lirst law- to be enacted under
bis administration. It was tho act to
admit free of duty and penult tho
tiauster of foreign exhibit)) from tlin
I'f.n-Amerlcnn i:posltlon In the Smith
Carolina Interstate nud Industrial ljx
position nt Charleston, S. C
Vain Klllei the old and well known
lemedy, his nuiulied a woild-vsldi) re
nown for tbo cure of suddou colds,
toughs, etc., weak ttnnui li, Indiges
tion, cramp ui pain In tho stomach,
bowel complaint, euarrhotu and dyscn
tciy. It lias lost noun of its good name
b) ropoatcd trials, but continues to
occupy u prominent position In eveiy
family imdltlno chest. Avoid substi
tutes, there Is hut one I'aln Killer, Per
ry Davis", Prlto 25c ami 0Je
The Bulletin's special industrial edi
tion can he obtained at this office or
the news stands. Price 25 cents.
It li s ntue , nfp em 1 in!ck rrnirrf) ,
K 1l,Mf' ONLY ONE
() Porry Davis'.
( Twa!ze, 3r and sic
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HAWIIA1N TOBACCO CO., Ltd.,
Corner Mcrchnnt nnd Nuunnu Hts. P.O. Bok OT9.
Evening Bulletin, 75c per month
The ilrv-laiul taio Is large' and tlici
l-Toftssor observod some) splcudld
spec iini-ns of the plant In Iviinn nnd
elFiiwheio on tho iBland of Hawaii.
I'nrtlenlnrly flno pol Is made from the
dt) land tarn. The1 entomologist was
shown n largo bowl of pol In Konn,
enough pol for a meal for firteen or
twenty people, and was told that the
loI had been nude; froni seven dry
land tnrei roots.
"Dry land taro matures quicker,"
sn)s Professor Koebelu; "It makes
better pol, no thu natUea say, alul
eloes not scent to liavo so manv ene
mies In the Insect world as eloes tlie
watertaro. I do not know If the drv
lnnd taio does ub well on Oahu ns It
e'oe-H on Hawaii, but elo not seo why
11 unoniii not. I tniUK ll would be a
gcoei tiling to do away with tho pres
e nt taro patches' aiound Honolulu
Tho city would be inoru healthful
Thuru would lie fower mosaultoos nnd.
K dr)-Iaml taro was cultivated In Its
puice, tin ro would not bo so mutli
tiouble In meeting tho demand foi poi
nt a reasonable nrlte. a demand ere-
nled b) that large proportion or tho
community which looks upon pol as
one in tno necessaries ot lire.
i-ruit'ssor isoeuoio spent a clay or
two with Irani lint liliultz. eofTen
iilnuti-r, dnlrymnn ami fruit raise r. nt
l.li, prolific plantation tu tho Konn ills
lllct. The Piofessor renorts that
lliiehholtz Is not doing much in tlie
toffee' line at thu present time. Ho Is
rasing a inrgo quantity or tastor oil
b-nns, however, and finds It a paying
ministry, some or tiiosu who nro rals
Ing this bean aio getting as much as
sixty dollars per ton and aro unable
to fill the orders received.
Professor II. W. Henshaw, accord
ll.g to Piofessor Koe-bele, Is engageil
it certain work ror tho Smithsonian
Instltiilo at Washington. Ho Is look
lng for rrows on the island of Hawaii.
'I he Institute Is desirous of procurlug
some' or tho Hawaiian crows, which
differ In innny minor points rrom tho
rrows of othei countries.
Speaking or trows and other birds,
Piofehsor Koebt-le leferrecl to tho in-
lioduction into these Islands of tbu
cardinal birds, or grosbeak. Ho said
that wlillo thu scarlet crested gros
leak undoubtedly draws upon tbo in
feet woild for Its food to a largei ex
tent. It Is nisei very fond or seoelB ami
if, In fact, a seed eating bird. Ho dlci
not know Jiibt how the cardinal birds
would get along In Hawaii, or If they
would accomplish less harm than
gcod. Ho thought, however, that thu
hawks on Hawaii would have some
thing to nay In tho matter, as would
nlso the in) nali birds. Ho thought
that perhps the taidlnal birds would
have a hard time keeping alivo on Ha
waii. Talking ot those districts In llama
lim where' the- forest lecently suffei
eel from fire. Professor Knehcle said;
.Not ntiirlv tho damage was dono
Washington, Nov SO The President
lodii) appointed Thomas II Peigunon
Governor ot Oklahoma, vice William
M Jenkins, removed In taking this
nctlrn the Pteslilen' ntt irhcil to the
papers the following mcmoianduiu
"Governor Jenkins of Oklahoma It
hereby removed because of his Improp
er connection with a contract between
tho Tcrrltury nnd the Oklahoma Sani
tarium Company 'I lie decision Is baa-
id wholly upon his own written state-!
ments nnd his ornl examltutlgns ofi
them at the benrlne,
"One ot the duties of the Territorial .
Governor Is to enter Into n contract j
with some person or corporation for.
the keeping of tho liu-ane of tho Torri- j
In-). Governor Jenkins made such a
contract with thu Oklahoma Sanltnr-i
Inn C'ompati), a corporation, the pro
molers of which reserved $10,000 of In ,
Mock for the Governor and subject to
his orders. ' I
"In the Governor's explanation of.
the affair he sa)s hei told the promot
ers, nt the time they dcslied him to I
tmct'on the contiact, 'that It was nn I
Important contract; that I had some J
friends whom I would like to have In
terested In the company, to whom ll
owed some obligations which I would
not be able to pay by nn appointment
or nil) thing of that kind.' Tho stock
was delivered to a banker, subject to
the Governor's order, and was turned
otci to these friends whoc political
Mivkes the Governor thus nought to
"TI.e extent of the favor to the Gov
ernor ami Ills friends Is siiRKCstcd by
tbo r.ict that the only known sale of
the stock since the contract was given
out was nt double tbu price paid feu It
"As performance of the contract was
to be the sole business of the corpor
ation, it is obvious either that tho
Terrltor) was obligated to pay far
more than the service was woith or
that Us helpless wards were to have
the enormous profits contemplated
taken out of their keep.
"The Governor's confessed relation
to the matter ellspbi)s such n lack of
appreciation ot tho high fiduciary na
ture of tho duties of his office as to
unfit him for their further discharge..
"A sound rule of public policy nnd
morals forbids a public: servant from
seeking or accepting any personal ben
efit in .1 transaction wherein he has a
public duty to perform.
"A chancellor would not for a mo
ment retain a trusteo who, In dealings
for the trust, reserves udvantngo to
himself. The thought is not to be tol
erated that tho President can be less
vigilant and exacting In tbu public's
the Lights ! !
Why continue to use kerosene
lamps nnd other poor illuminators
when at a small cost wo will in
stall n perfect light In your homeT
There never was a light that
gavo tho satisfaction of the Incan
descent. a soft, brilliant nnd
steady light, always ready for
use, no dirt, smoku or smell.
Call nnd have n talk with ns
about lights, or ring us up Tel.
Main 390. We will glvo you an
estimate' ou all costs.
Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.
KlitiV Street, iiciip Alal.cn.
Metropolitan Meat Co.,
Fresh Meats and Pish 'f
by Every Steamer
From the Coast that lias CoM Storage.
Choice Beef, Veal, Mutton.
fl Lamb and Pork alvVayo
Also Poultry, 8almon and Halibut.
FOR SALE AT
The Metropolitan Market, King St., Tel. 45.
1 he Booth, Fishmarket, Telephone 379.
Central Marl-et, Nuuanu St., Telephone 104.
The Connoisseur Likes the Best Only.
He Octet the HcHt,
when lie kclectH
MOET and CHANDON'S
of which a new Hlilnment conetlMtlnjV of
QunrtH und Ptnttt hove Junt been re
ceived by ------ .
H. HACKFELD & CO., Ltd.
Sole Agent, lliiwullcin Territory.
OAHU CARRIAGE MF'G CO., Ltd. $
IITO River Street.
Bet. Berctanla and Pauuhl.
Tel. Blue S4I.
P. O. Box 078.
Rubber Tires put on in Satis
Fine Carriages, Wagons and
TmClCS. Repair Work a
All orJtr promptly attended to.
Only competent help employed.
MARCONI MAKING TESTS
St. John's, N. r.. Dee. C Maroonl,
tho Inventor of wireless te'lt'Kraphy,
arrived he-re today on the Allen linn
sti'nmer Sardinian, no Is netniiipa-nk-il
liy tvwi ussistants, and hilnKS
two portable galloons, which will he
cmplovtel In suspending tho wlies used
In muMni; his ctxpciimeuts. Mi. Mar
coni will prolialdy select tho slgual
I. Ill mnrlnoldnir St. John's, whlrli Is
by tho rorest flies which 1 had hecu ! lopped with tho Oalmt memorial tower
k'll to suppose. To !o sure, the fire nn.l In c.in fen! lileh. nn n Hllil fill- lit 9
cliHtrovcd 11 print quantity or valuable I ntntton. Instead or Capo Unco, ns pro
leicd trees, but I had supiKised that piously reportcil Mr. Marconi e
the lnjurv done the country was far pet tit to transmit niessaRes for 4o0
meater tiiuu it ically Is. miles, rtnililnir the ships in inldoeeaii
"Three thousand dollars worth ol Ho will spend tlueo or four weolcs In
virions Glass seecla have bci 11 still I experimenting here-. Ho will then pro
lur, that the burned over dlatilit may'teed to Nuut111l.it, whole ho will con
bo planted in gmss. The Brass seed tj,Uio his ti'Sts.
v ill bo loci Ivod Hum Australia and'
utile r pints or t tu; woilil,
"loo much idle ntlon cannot bo paid
the fuK&tb. Tlo'y should bo Htudlud
nnd cared fur uu a scliutllk and s 1
11 mane ii.um 1 cuesls cannot bu stait
ed wliero initio nro riiiiiiln? Iooo
"As far as Insects aie loiHorned us
1 i.cmles of the foristH, tlieihu IiiscUh
wide h me attacKliiK tlie trees on Ha 1
wall nic Indigenous to the Islands. I
'nicy bnvo bun In thu Islands lor
tliuusuudt, or vcars and It Is haul ta
Unlit aKiilust them."
I'rofessoi Koobi le does not roe 11111
nn ml the furtlar planlliiK of hon
tices em Hawaii. He Is heaitlly in
lav or or 1 lie Cryptomi'rla japonlta us
a lieu to bo c ntouraKi'd. Tho Ciypto
merla Japonlta, or Japanese ttdiir, Is
cino or the best growing trees which
can bo fostered in Hawaii, It is a
hiindsoiuo treo and an excellent rorest
12. 1J. Ilildwln's place, near l.nhal
mi,, on tho Island ut Maul, was vlbltnl
hv I'lortbhor Koebelu. Iho I'rolessor
11 ported llaldwlu's coffro trees In
splendid condition. I-aat season wiib
11 ver) siucossriil ono lor Ml Baldwin,
lib. tieis leldlni; UU.OOO pounds ut
There Is 11 great ilil of bllttht on
Maul, particularly lu tho uvlghboihood
It. II Long's place at Wnlmca was
vielted, Hero the prospects aro good
In tho vegitublo line, Mr. Long' Is
raising splendid cabbages nnd sas hi)
can make llfteui ncros prndiiio
tnoiiKh of this vrgetublo to supply
the demand of all Honolulu Mr. Long
Is conslnntly tending rahlges to this
tlty. They come hero by tho ton Mr
I.cug does not allow tbo Insects lo got
ahead of him. provi'iitlng tho destruc
tion ot his plants by sprinkling oveiy
thing with I'arls green as soon an the
little shoots pol.a their hiads, ahou
thu biitfnro or the ground. 'Ihcio am
no Jnpaiieso beetles nt Mr. Long's
place, according to Professor Kocbvle.
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