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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, It. 'T., KIUDAY. DEC. 27, 1001.
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In theso days with tlio elegance nnd great variety of
cliolco materials tlio selection of suitable Christmas presents
Is madn comparatively easy, nnd tlio beautiful ancient custom
of gift giving has become a most popular one.
Suggestions, however, HUo the ones wo offer below, aro al
ways of great value to the Inner and although wo have not
the space to give prices nnd descriptions, wo will be pleased to
show jou through every department.
GRASS LINEN DOILIES, CENTERS, TABLE COVERS,
hand embroidered In linen or silk. GRASS LINEN HAND
KERCHIEFS, CREPE SILK8, PINEAPPLE SILKS, 8lLK
8HOPPINQ BAGS, HAND EMBROIDERED SOFA CUSHIONS,
8ILK UMBRELLAS, KID GLOVES, LINEN HANDKERCHIEFS
PURSE8, CHATELAINE8, BELTS, FANCY COMBS, FANCY
HOSIERY In black or colors;' LADIES' CAPES.
Children's Coats and Jackets,
Infants' and Children's Sock's,
Hosiery, Bonnets; Caps, Dresses,
Slips, Underwear, Etc, .: .: .:
wc have nn elcjjnnt assortment of TRIMMED
HAT8 for Ladles and .Misses, and a good range
of shapes which wc can trim upon short notice
Sachs' Dry Goods Co., Ltd,
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Photo lij- Jolmwn. talc ULt Cllr.
JOSEPH F. SMITH, NEW HEAD OF THE MORMON CHURCH.
Josrtili I'. Huillli, who hns Just xuu-ecdid the lite Lonnn Slum iih presi
dent of the Mormon church. In i nephew of the iiilsliinl fmiiidir nf tin- ett
of the Latter I My Sulutx mid Iiiih lontr been u renlntH rlmii liiniin. Ah prtsl.
dent he Is trustee In tiunt for nil the millions or ilimtli pi pcitv, o t-r which
he ha iilliiust tl tillnil t - t power, l'lt'sldi'iit Smith Ih In hi, Muj.thlnl jcur.
formerly he win poljgnmtiit ultli thru1 wlt.
IN CONDEMNATION SUIT
Wide Margin Between Value for Taxes
and Value to Uncle San
Theo. H. Davies & Co., Ltd.
y SOLE AOENTS for
Alsen Portland Cement
Roche Harbor Lime :
Dick's Balata Belting ;
BETWEEN PUBLIC WORKS
AND BOARD OF HEALTH
Planters Have Grievance Money
Lacking for Kewalo Sanitation
Contracts for Supplies
were next considered with the fol
Allen & Hohlnson, lumber, t. & g., X
V. lxC doors. 2x0 by CxC 1,4 Inches;
units, gnhunlzcd Sd basis, boiled oil,
II. Haekfcld & Co, nnlls, gihnnlz
cd 3d., turpintlnc, baking powder, Hose
brand, condensed milk,' hist grade sal
mon, coarse salt, tomatoes.
California Keed Company, llmo and
W. L. Hopper, Iron piping, rice..
Lencrs & Cooke, lumber, N. W.rough
2x1 above nnd below, lumber redwood
surfaced, battens $x3 redwood..
Lewis & Co., coffee, green Kona,
roasted coffee, charcoal, Milkmaid
condensed milk, sugar raw-, soap, bajo
beans, baking powder, flour, pork, tea,
Eagle condensed milk.
Love's Uakery, medium bread.
11. liny & Co., Hour, matches, ken
sene oil, salmon.
Metropolitan Meat Co, corn beef,
Pacific Hardware Co, Sd nails, mill
Wilder S. Co.. shingles, w Indow sash
10x12 nnd 10x14.
Where other things were fairly oven,
home manufacture wns giwn the pref
erence. Ono tie was decided by the
flip of a coin.
.: M E N :-
Hate much to Bay In favor of the new enclosed Aro Lamps
MR. W. W. DIMOND tay: "I cannot say too much In praise, of
these lamps; they gho a soft, penetrating light, otonly distributed,
nnd without fluttering or' noise. They are the best lamps I have ever
MR. W. H. SMITH, Manager of Manufacturers' 9hoe Co, says:
"Thoy aro the best lights wo hao ecr used, and I take great pleas
ure In recommending thorn.'"
Wo hao mnny other such recommendations. Wo will Install
these Lamps at a small cost, and they will gle J on five times tho
amount of light of tho Incnndescent at the same cost. Hum eighty
hours with ono trimming. Tor further information send in a postal,
or ring up Mnln 390, and wo will be plcnsvd to call at J our office.
Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.
Klnft Street, near Alnkcn.
v iv. nf.omnnn ilm m l.lenc n of There wns only one member, WIL
J. W. Trait, Tax Assessor for Oahu ' "am Auld, nbbcnt from the inciting of
wns admitted by Judge Hstee, tho Gov-! tbo Hoard of Hmlth jesterday after-
eminent calling Manager Low of tin ". "" ' . l.. . B. V ..u
defendant In corroboration. Tho tax Sloggctt. president; H. A. Motyjmlth.
returns for two jcars past showed that J ' M;M?0"' Al "rl,c' ,Gtlc"1
ih HnnnlnlM Plantation Co. nlnccd Its ' noIc- 'Cl1 C. Smith nnd Dr. C. II.
entire leasehold Interest at n alua- Cioper. with Dr. J. 8. 11. Pratt, execu
.inn nf ir.n.Ann. 3 K. Archer. DenutJ tlve mccr. n1 C. Charlock, secretary.
A..0.n. .. pn ni ienno,l in hls W. O. Smith, secretary of tho Hnwa-
nn llan Planters' Association,
sodh mn at
Wnslilngton.Dec. lfi At n dinner of
the members of the Mnrland delega
tion In Congress tonight, it was an
nounced that Admiral Schley would
not sue the Applctons for clll dam
ages on nciount of the publication af
the Mnclny book. It was announced
that the Admiral was adverse to bring
Ing such a suit on account of the ap
pearance being- that ho was seeking
monetary damages. He said be want
id no money dnmages.
Ills friends also announced that .1
warrant would bo nsltcil for the arrest
of IMgar Stanton Mnclny on tho
charge of criminal libel. The charge
will he haed upon the publication of
the Mnclny history of the Nny, In
which Schley wns termed a coward
At the meeting of the Mar landers. It
wns decided to hne Introduced In tun
Penate tomorrow by McComas and In
the House by n Mar) land representa
tive n resolution to replace Schley on
the acthc list of the Navy with the
rank of Hear Admiral, and then to
n tiro him with full pay and all at
lou.inees. This resolution In the Sen
ate will go to the Kaal Afllalrs Com
mlttcc, where It will rest until thi
1 .'liters decide upon what courso shall
bu pursued.. It Is said tonight that If
Schley Is made Hear Admiral at full
pay, an attempt w III be made to create
tho grade of Vlco Admiral for him
thus completely removing the sting of
The United States purs a condemna
tion estlmato upon the lease of 31C
S00, whllo tho defendant claims $200,
000 of which over $50,000 Is for lm
H. I)o d. Superintendent of Public
Works, attended for special business
Thomas Fitch by Icter requested
leave for ono of his clients to visit the
J. K. Archer, deputy tax assessor rl, Settlement on liimlnrsi connected wlt&
nwn. wns put on tho stnnd for the pur- a lawsuit. It wns grantid, subject tt
poso of showing the same fnm, the the iistml prt-iuutluim,
Court stipulating In allowing the in-, Mr. Smith backed up n letter from
troductlon of tho tax returns that tho himself with verbal umnrks, mildly
government chouiii put bcroro tno jury protesting on tho part of tho Hawa
all the property returned by the plnntl' an Planters' Association ngnlnst the
tlon. I (barging nf that body with tho keen of
The two lcises wcro also put In ovl- nn insnno Porto Itlcnn nt tho Asylum.
Ho mentioned tho changed conditions
of procuring plantation labor since an
nexation, Hvery endeavor was made by
PRICE . .
HAWAIIAN TOBACCO CO., Ltd.,
Corner Merclmnt nnd Nuuunu HtH.
P. O. llox 070.
Metropolitan Meat Co.,
Fresh Meats and Pish (0
by Every Steamer
From the Coast that has Cold Storage.
Choice Beef, Veal, Mutton,
( Lamb and Pork always
Aleo Poultry, Salmon and Halibut.
FOR 8ALB AT
The Metropolitan Market, King St., Tel. 4$.
1 he Booth, Fishmarket, Telephone 379.
Central Market, Nuuanu St., Telephone 104.
omi in a iiunduld;
Tho first year of the new icntury Is
gonoj tburo nro nliiity-niue years left
for Improvement. Messrs. N. V. Ayer
Ac Son, the Philadelphia promoters of
advertising, novo begun -early In their
efforts to make the second year better
than tho first. Their Twentieth Cen
tury Calendar, Issued about this time
last year, it was thought, approached
near tho limits of tho nrt preservative
and the demnuds o, utility but tho
lUu.' cnlindnr Is better. As usual, the
baikground und main sheet of this
calendar Is nn nrt work, enhanced In
beauty by tho liiHti-ful loluru of the
printer. The twelve sheets containing
tlio dntes of tho months hnvu n icstful
dark green baikgiiiuud, the largo flg
111 cs In white catching tho eyu at a
Cleat dlstntuo. In each sheet art- opt
giuiniiiatle M-ntenies bearing tlio poi
nihilities of business during the year.
Though this calendar maiks the pass
ing of one year In n hundred. It Is In
ilrclf ono calendar In a thousand for
artistic beauty and leal usefulness.
tho Association to placo nil labor lm- The demand Ih nlwayg great, nnd who-
dencc, tho ono from tho Dow sett Es
tate to tho Honolulu Plantation Com
pany for n term of seven years, sbon
Ing that It was paid up. Tho defen
uant paid JJO.uao for this lease, nnil .migrants at work on their arrival, over would have a copy should send
agreed also to pay tho taxes during the 'When ono Porto Wean out of several "o. before tlio edition nj s law. This
11 a merely nominal price to cover tliu
cot of printing, handling and postage.
Audrcss N. V. Aver Ac Hon, Uhestnut
and Hlghth streets, 1 nilndelphta.
period It had to run. thousand went Insane. .Mr. Smith hum
The thlrty-jiar leaso from the nih- tloncil If It was fair to make the plan
1 Estate to the defendant begins in . tcrs resnonslblo for him.
, tcrs responsible for him.
GRAND REMOVAL SALE
For one week only commencing Sat
urday, November 16, our entire stock
will be offered at reduced price, 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 Merchandise, Diy Goods, Groceries.
Japanese Provisions, etc v.
MAGOON BLOCK, MERCHANT STREET.
F.O.BoagSSe Ibvgglln. 2IB
Bid HOLIDAY 8TOCK OF TOYS.
Many new Staylei Table Covert, Embroidered both of Grass Linen and
Embroldereti Piano Covers. 8llk Handkerchiefs. Etc.
Heavy Pongee 811k add White Silks, Victoria Lawn, India Lawn and
Laces of all kinds. New stock of Swiss Embroideries. ,
DRY GOODS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
V, O B01 ws. Tti. il.
XVIlXrca. K7"0 CHAN
The oldest Chi. se firm in Honolulu.
Diliff la Flo Silks tod Griti Llotoi. Chirm a4 Jptait Goodi of All Klsll
te-tif Nuaanu tlrtf
VJf8, nt the explrntlon of the Dowsett, Dr. iTatt told of unavailing efforts
lense, nnd runs for thirty years. Ir o secure return r""W for this ua
t'.e first two years the Dlshop nstate Vortuiiate man In the Immigrant ship
' 10 uvu ik en puiu t.cuu uuiiuauy, , jmt urought him.
rnd following that the annual rental
war to bn tlneo nnd n half per cnt ol
nil the 'bu i?i- ra'ztd, the total, however,
rot to be las than $1000 annually.
MR. Wl) AS AN ART CRITIC
Wit Ting Pang, tho Chinese Minis
tcr, was exploring tno Corcoran art
gallery 0110 day last spring, evidently
with tho Idea of Impressing on hi
mind tho fundamental dllferuniu be
tween the Oriental and Occidental
brands of art. Hubert Vos, tlio noted
Dutch painter, happened to hnvo on
exhibition in tho Humlcyilo a number
of poi traits of representative types of
Tho mutter was deterred till next
meeting for further consideration.
Mr. Iioyd cunio primarily to report
the raising of hogs at Hookcna and
Kallua, respcctlvily In North and
South Kona, Hawaii. Tho pigs acted
as scavengers nnd their prcsenco wns
not londuclvo to tho public health. It
wus tho opinion of tho Superinten
dent of Public Works that tho towns
named ought to bo rid of the pig pen)
Next, Mr. Iioyd would like (o have
permission to dump garb.iso on the
Hoard tf. Health's lot at Ala Mo
nna nnd Hlurldnn street, the material
to ho treated tho same aj formirly on
the Hlshop Hetnte land nt Knknakn, It
was desired by tho Department of
Public Works (0 extend the garbags
The Connoisseur Likes the Best Only.
He Gets the Best,
when he selects
MOET and CHANDON'S
of which a new shipment consisting ol
Quarts and Pints have Just been re
ceived by -------
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Sole Agents, lluvvallan Territory.
OAHU CARRIAGE MF'G CO., Ltd.
1179 River 8trect.
Bet. Beretanla and Pauahl.
Tel. Blue 841.
P. O. Box 978.
lubber Tires pit on ii Satis
Firfe Carriages, Wagois aid
TriCkS. Repair Work a
All orders promptly attenJeJ to.
Only competent help employed.
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J. P. McCOY, President,
CAPITAL STOCK $500,000.00.
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TEL. MAIN 78.
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Weekly Bulletin, $1.00 per year
The Bulletin, 75cts. per month
various races. Mr. Vos had struved far
afield In collecting his coins, nnd thu lAatnm ii.t,iir ,.,.,
display Included tho presentments of , ,,, ,n ,.; appiic-tl,'m today nnd
a Ibotnii Lninns. Indian rnlnhs. Arabian , ,. , ',',.,. ",,"" y..
tiwj'i w iiv ijuui it it will u itIIXO ULIIUU
After tho Superintendent left It was.
voted, on motion of Dr. Cooper, hec
on (led by Mr. Hole, that tho usual pro
ceedings be taken for granting tho re
quest. Dr. Sloggctt ashed Mr. Uoyd about
the status of tho Kcvvulo ditch matter.
Tho Superintendent of Public Works
replied that for tho jiast two months,
or ever slnco ho had visited tho local
ity with Dr. 1'ratt, It had been his en
deavor to obtain money for tho requir
ed work. "This morning wo had a
warm Unto over It," said Mr. Dojd,
"but tlie Treabiirer Insisted there wns
not enough money. The Legislature
can mnlio nil tho appropriations thej
like," lio added In response to a re
mark from a member, "but If there Is
no money wo can do nothing."
.Mr, Dolo stuted that his Department
was nt ono with tho rubllc Works on
tho mutter and ho hoped by Monday to
no nuic to report progress.
Mr. llojd on retiring said: "Allow
me to asstiro you that tho Department
of Public Works will always work In
Lharmony with tho Hoard of HcaKH
whero the health of tho community U
Tcndeis for supplies to tho Leper
Settlement and tho Insnno Asjtum
chiefs, Jnpancsu nobles, und Chinese.
mandarins. Among tho lattei wuiothu
portraits of I'rlnco Chlng and LI Hung
Chang. Tho artist, with tho diplomat
in tow, paused before theso canvases
"Who Is that?" asked Mr. Wu, point
lug toward tho picture of Chlng.
"That Is I'rlnco Chlng." replied Vos.
"It don't look like him," was his
only comment, and tho putty passed
on to Karl Li.
"That Is LI Hung Chang."
"It don't look like him, said tho
"llut It's only a three-quarters view
ou know," said tno artist, npologetl
"It don't look threo quarters like
him," said Wu.
And later, when tho remark renched
tho choriiH of hutet (,U1 tut students
who had been forming nn animated
bnckgiciund, they ictlrcd without und
giggled. Washington Times.
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Take Laxative. Ilrnmn Qulnlno Tablets.
All druggists rotund tho money If It
falls to cure. U. W. drove's signature
Is on each box. 25 cents.
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lished In the Territory. Sixteen and
twenty pages. $1 a year.
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