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EVENING DULLETIii, HONOLULU, II. T., THURSDAY, JAN. 2, 1002.
COOL WEATHER COMFORTS
You need warm wrapi now while the weather It cool and chilly. We
are offering Ladles' and Misses' Capes that will keep the wind and cold
away and are so attractive that showing them Is almost as pleasant as sell
ing them. We have them all on display In the store, and every one Is
marked In plain figures. Prices are as low as a high grate of goods can
possibly be sold.
Mollnn plnlh ln"Jof ,,n'v"''lch"J"11''1
Navy Blue Broad Cloth
bouUvhe braM Lair value ..
Jvst th tlehi length and cut for
Trimmed wltn half Inch strip nf
Melton Cloth tuna color, and four rows of CO flfl
heavy HHchlrtg fcxtra value ani teauty vJiUU
Ladies' and Misses' Gapes. Navy
Blue Cloth ?rx,i.;HUhlr.r,S2,75 Sealette Capes
nicety U loinn J with
Cnnlnh DIoM llh K0 lrlmn4 Hh wool tfli
OCOICn riaiQ .od wool Irlncc. t.Mtd Qfj
trlmm.d wMh fur tnj hint,
. $5.00 and $7.00
Large and handsome assortment of Heavy Golf and
Steamer Capes. Prices $10,00, 12.50, 15.00.
In Our Show Windows we
are displaying nn excellent assortment of
CHILDREN'S C0AT8 ami tIACKOTB, all plainly
marked anil of extra value, i t I I t
CHINESE OFFICIALS GIVE
CHRISTIANS A BURIAL
Promise to Protect Missionaries
Dead Christians Eulogized for
Loyalty to Their
CHILDREN'S REEFER JACKETS
In navy bluo and bottla green, trim
med In whlto silk soutache braid, at
4.00, 4.50 and $5.00 each.
Colors, navy blue, red, bottlo green,
tan, brown and electric blue; mado
of good quality cashmere, and trim
med with fancy Bilk braid, and In tbo
latest fashion, at prices ranging from
2,75 to $8.00 each.
When we .consider that one-third
of our lives are spent In bed and real,
ize that the nights are getting colder,
we begin to wish for warm blankets.
Good values will be found In the following:
10-4 white, brown or grey Cotton Blankets at 1.00 per pair for double
oed. 10-4 heavy white, brown or grey, 1.25 and 1.50 per pair, Extra
heavy white Cotton Blankets with blue or pink check border, 2.25 a pair.
All Wool Blankets, 11-4 for double beds, with blue or pink border, 5.00
per pair, Full stock of All Wool Blankets from 5,00 to 10.00 per pair,
Sachs' Dry Goods Co., Ltd,
Theo. H. Davies & Co., Ltd.
SOLE AUENTS for
Alsen Portland Cement
Roche Harbor Lime : :
Dick's Balata Belting :
Peking, Dec, 21. Paul Lcssar, the
Itusslan Minister here, and tho Chinese
plenipotentiaries, Prince Chlng and
Wang Wen Shao, held tliclr first for
mal meeting yesterday, as a prelimi
nary to considering the terms of the
Manchurlan treaty. They nlso ex
changed oulclal calls and will take up
the treaty Immediately. Previous to
this only Informal . omnninlcntlons,
through a third party, had passed be
tween Princo Chlng and M. hessar
since the death of 1.1 Hung Chang.
The omclttls of Tung Chow hne giv
en a number of nntlve Christians who
were massacred last year o remarkable
funeral. This action was taken In ac
cordance with an agreement between
the missionaries and the ofllclals, by
which the missionaries were to refrain
from demanding the punishment of
those guilty of murdering the Chris
tians If the oniclnls would make publlo
atonement for tho crimes and Imprcsl
the people with respect for the mis
slonarlcs and converts.
The funeral procession trat creed the
principal streets of tho walled cities of
Tung chow. There were sceri ef
fing to be burled, and these wcro fol
lowed by hundreds of relatives of th
victims. The procession wos conc
ert of a company of Chinese cavalry, a
company of Infantry, a band and sev
eral hundred men carrying funeral
cmbleuiB. The procession took two
hours to rass tho reviewing stand,
whero waB gathered the city ofllclals,
Oeneral Ma, commander of the Chi
ncse troops who besieged Tien Tsln:
Mr, Conger, American Minister to Chi
na, and many American and Kngllsh
An Immense crowd witnessed the
funeral services at the cemetery. Tbo
Chinese troops, tho pollco and the fu
neral attendants formed In a square,
with the ofllclals, the missionaries and
tbo white-clad mourners In tho center
near the graves. Chinese
from fifty villages where the Christian
converts had been massacred attended
the funeral and bowed before banners,
as they eulogized tho Christians for
having died In defense of their faith.
These ofllclals subsequently signed
documents guaranteeing protection to
tho Chlneso Christians It they would
return to their homes.
Tho missionaries and the Chinese
from Peking to Tung Chow. After the
Christians traveled In a special train
funeral services In the tcmpWhe Chi
nese ofllclals tendered a banquet to the
missionaries and tho converts. Similar
funerals will bo held In other towm..
111 STREET ilS
New Vork.De c. 24 More than $1,
000,000 was distributed y the Snuta
ClnuB of the Wall street district today.
The first csr of the new century has
been an. enormously profitable one,
and there Is no ono moro generous thnn
a financial magnate when the market
goes his way. The biggest single gift
Is probably that of $30,000 by tho di
rectors of the Central TniBt Company
to Frederick P. Olcott, Its president
for many years. Every employe of the
company got a present of SO per cent
of his year's salary. Ten principal
clerks In J. P. Morgan's ofllce got a
crisp $5000 gold certificate, and cery
ono else down to the ofllce boys ob
tained half his yearly salary. Morgan's
total gifts were $M0,00'J.
The Klrst National Hank presented
its emploes with $110,000. The Chase
National's presents aggregated $70,000.
Tho City National Dank gate nway
about $100,000. Kuhn, l.ocb & Co.'s
presents on tho profit-sharing basts
wcro about $75,000. Every brokcrago
house, commission company and nil
financial Institutions made handsome
gifts. The Stock Exchange Christmas
box for its 330 cmp1ocs was $10,300,
as against $7300 last year.
BLUE RAYS BANISH PAIN
WAKEMAN IB ItCMOVCD.
Washington, Dec. 2111 was an
nounred nt the White House yesterday
that the President had remutcd Ap
praiser Wilbur K. Wakemnn of New
York on the twomnndatlon of Scc
utary Clagc. Ho will he sun ceded by
George Whitehead of New York. No
further announcement was made. Sec
rctary (lage declined to make public
Wnkemau's letter to the Secretary de
clining to resign, and In the course of
which ho took occuslon to reflect upon
Secretary (lage. The President did not
approte of the spirit of the letter, and
at tho conference It was decided to
summarily remove Wakeman,
Alfred W. Drown, appraiser of mer
chandlsc at tho
been ordered to
charge of the appraiser's ofllce pend
ing the nomination of Whitehead (o
succeed Wakeman, which will be scut
to tho Senate on Its reconvening Jan
uary G. Wakeman will vacate his
STEWARDS BETWEEN DECKS
HAVE GREAT AUTHORITY
Will Provide Many ComfoJts For
Money Good Banks and
Meals for Small
The recent arrest of Ernesto Sapel
II, a stcernge steward of the French
iteamshlp l.n Oascogne, on tho charge
of attempting to bribe a boarding of
fleer of the Immigration Bureau for
the purposo of landing a half hundred
undesirable Immigrants, has led to a
searching luxcstlgatlon of the records
of tho steerage stowarus of other
trans-Atlantic lines. It Is bollocd
that tho frauds practiced by sonic ol
these men uio widespread, says tho
New York Tribune, and that thousands
ol deformed and diseased foreigners
have been put ashore v. no hao event
ually become charges on public char
ity. There are probably few who realiio
the power of the steerage steward. It
i almost Impossible fur one who has
not made an ocean trip as a third class
insoiigor to know the full scope of
this olllcer's duties, nnd wnat oppor
tunities he hns of exercising almost
absolute dominion over the crowds In
the steerage A college graduate who
recently went to Europe lu the steer
age beiausn of a slender purse, and
also to study the class of people who
travel "between the decks, told n re
porter vcstenlny of uih experiences
with the steerage steward, as follows.
"Moro than nn hour before the ship
started from her pier In North river
the stcernge passengers wcro ordered
down In their compartments. Tbcrtt
was a grand rush for uunits. Each
tried to secure ono near a iiartholn.
port of Doston, has 'ami as there were twenty-four bunks
.New ork to tnkoun a sleeping room, ventilated by only
one porthole, It was a lively tight. The
bunks wcro stretched on tour shelves
to a room. 1 was behind tlmu in
lighting for a bed, and consequently
lounii msen with n bunk on the tin
der row, moro thnn ten icoi from the
"Tho steerago steward saw my dls
appointment and said: 'lou'ru too
slow, but If you want n better bunk
I might gel jou one.
'The word 'might' was hlu. enough
and accordingly I slipped u quarter
Into his hand. The steward then
promptly evicted u hugu i inlander
who had pre-empted a porthole bunk,
wmi mo words, -uet out; nils Is tan
en. Ho then motioned mo to take
possession, which I did.
"On tho voyage my appetite fre
quently revolted against tho diurnal
supply of oatmeal and black coffee
which was called breakfast. One day
I noticed thnt on coming Into tho mess
loom an hour niter ..ie 'meal' there
were several of the passengers eating
I noticed mat tho
PRESIDENT NOT ASSAULTED
Washington, Dec. 21. Iloth nt the
Whlto Houso nnd at tho Ilrltlsh cm
bassy nn emphatic denial Is mnde o(
ofllclals n" ussault alleged to nave been mnde
. . ,. I upon the President Thursday nftor-
uoon. The President himself declnres
tho story Is not true, i(id authorizes
tbo denial of it. Lord Paunccfotc, the
Ilrltlsh Embassador, who is said to
have been n witness of tho assault,
emphatically denied the ttatcment.
Tho story of the assault grew out
of tbo fact that an intoxicated man
was lurching along MasEachusetts
nvcnuo Thursday afternoon as thn
President was taking his dally walk. .,,nU n,i .,.,
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SurprUlnjJ licmiltn Attend
pertinents oi I'uHHliin
Copyright, 1901, by Press Publishing
Company. New York World nnd
Medical circles here are excited over
tho discovery of a young Itusslan phy
sician. M. Mlnln. regarding the cura-
nvo properties of bluo llgnt.
Struck by tho common notion
among the HiiBslan peasantry that a
sick person on whom sunlight falls
through bluo glass feels relief from
pnln, M Mlnln begnn nn elaborate se
ries of experiments, and he now pub
llshes the result In a leading medical
Journal of St Petersburg
M. Mlnln used electric light through
various shades of blue and violet glass.
Ho demonstrated thnt in particular1
classes of nerve disorders and In neu ,
rnlgla of the face bluo rays alleviated
the acute pain. Ho also conducted
successful cporlmcntB with cases of
Dr. Mlnln uses nn ordinary 16 can
dlepower 100 volt electric lamp, tho
light of which falls through pieces of
bluo glass. The length of tmo during
which tho patient Is exposed to the
successful experiments with cases of
We have a large stock of blue gobes
for Incandescent lamps the same as
are spoken of In cablegram, which we
will furnish to our customers at a
PRICE . .
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Corner Mcrchnnt nnd Nuunnu 8ts.
P. O. ISox 070.
Metropolitan Meat Co.,
Fresh Meats and Pish r
by Every Steamer
From the Coast that has Cold Storage.
Choice Beef, Veal, Mutton,
(l Lamb and Pork always
Also Poultry, Sulmon and Halibut.
FOR SALB AT
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Evening Bulletin, 75c per month
GRAND REMOVAL SALB
For one week only commencing Sat
urday, November 16, our entire stock
wilt 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, nenp Nuunnu.
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General Merchandise. Dry Goods, Groceries.
.Japanese Provisions, etc.
MAQOON BLOCK, MERCHANT hTREET.
"& . O- IBo3C 880 Ifcvdlstlin. 2IP
HOLIDAY 8TOCK OF TOY8.
Many new Stayles Table Covers, Embroidered both of Grass Linen and
New York. Dec. 20. A special to the
Sun from Milwaukee says: Henry C.
I'aync, the newly appointed Tostmastcr
General saB ho hopes to see one-cent
rostago In the near future. Discussing
his department he said: "The whole
tendency of tho administration of the
Postofllco Department has 'been to
seek to bring the cost of operation bo-
low tho rovenuo and thus mako tho
service self-sustaining. Tho- has
been an endeavor to cut olf frauds in
second class matter. Kako newspapers
nnd magazines nnd other matter which
has sought to get In under the pound
rate has been cut off, with an endeavor
to let the benefit of the postage service
go to icgltlmato Journals. It will be in;
eudcaior to work out tho fruition ot
that policy, and when the service In
comes fii'lf-fliiatalnlnp, to bring about
tho icduetlon of postage. Perhaps wo
ahull i ever consider our postage ser
vice on the right basis until penny
postage hns bcn established, and I
trust that may be dune at some time In
the near future.'
WANT AMERICAN BANK.
Now York. Dec. 22. A i.i1li.rim
to tho Sun rrom Peking says. There
Is n strong deslro for tho establish
incnt of an American bank in tint
Kast. Buck an institution Ib greatly
uecded, nsldo from the necessity ot
thero being a depository for tho sums
to bo receUed by tho United States
lrom tho Chlneso.
Tin' Ministers met yesterday to
consider tho Interpretation to bo pluc
eel on parts of tho protocol. It wus de
elded that tho Imperial customs should
soil all flrenrm belzures at present
Tho second point was whether one
twelfth of tho annual interest on tho
Indemnity should be paid monthl) out
of tho amount collected by tho cub
toms, this amount boing arlable. Hlr
HoUert Hart, tho director of customs,
desires that tho amount collected be
paid, whllo sonio of tho Ministers want
tho exact twelfth for uio convenience
nf bankers and to prevent speculation.
Tho matter wns not decided, hut It Is
understood that tho Chlneso will pay
tho one twelfth part In January.
CANADA WILL AID MAKCONI.
ami that the man brushed against the
Picsldent. A Stcrct Servlco ofllcer ar
rested tho man, hut It Is understood
lit! was kkiu aftarward released. A
sensational story that tho President
had been struck In tho presenco ol
lAird Pauiicefolc was printed in New
l.MPHOVLMHN TS IN IIANA,
Walluku. Dec. 23. Hugh Howell
passed through Walluku last Tuesday
on bib way to liana, whero ho Is mak
ing surveys and careful Investigations
for building a now wharf at Haua, fui
tho Public Works Department.
Incidentally, ho will superintend
seine long needed repairs on tho old
Hall between Nablku and lluelo, In
(hiding the erection of wire suspen
slon bridges across soinii half a dozen
o tho worst gulihes, which will en
ublo tho traveling public to maKo trips
over this dltucult trail during tho
worst weather, for during hlyh wnters
ono can walk across the foot bridges
and, with tho usslstanco of ropes, swim
his horso across
A new brldgi) sixteen feci wide Is to
bu put In at Walalua gulch, uud a road
built from (he end of tno present wng
on rond at Kallua, leading across this
bridge and connecting with tho old
trail. Maul News.
Great Nnvnl Review.
London, Dec. 26. The Standard
Ktoward had taken lrom each a eolu
lu return. After that 1 had steak ev
ery morning, for which 1 paid 25 cents
or moro each.
"When ready to Innd nt tho Euro
pean port tho steward camo to mo and
said. 'Are ou going back on this
"'Dont know, I snld. 'Hut why do
"'Hccausc If jou are," was tho an
swer. 'It won't cost you moro than 5.
I'll sco that you get aboard for that
money, nnd It'll bo all right.
"Ho then told mo that If I would
come aboard the ship the night before
he sailed he would stow me nway and
l.iep mo out or sight until after tin
ship was well out to sen. l.e would
put mo under cocr when the Bhlp was
near port, nnu let mo out tho day after
tho ship landed, ns ono of his friends
who had come aboard to see him. Ho
said that ho looked out lor a half doz
en men llko that on ench voyage, and
that most of tho passengers with whom
l nan steaK ror lireakrast were "smug
glers.' as ho culled them. It is said
tuat by surh means many a sham wit
ted steerago steward has retired from
his place on n competency nfter ten
ears or sen Ice."
Rough Wcnther Ilxpcrlcnce.
Walluku, Dee 23. Tho tug I.esllu
Ilaldwln iceently lowed a scowload of
goods to Kalmkulua. The surf was
running high and one boat loaded with
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Only competent help employed.
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coronation ceremonies will be a naval
review at Splthcad on an unprcccdent
ly large scale, to which foreign wor
ships will be Invited.
Postage on the Bulletin's special In
dustrial edition Is three cents to all
parts of the States.
Si mo of thoso nn board landed but did
r.ot rare to risk returning to tho Ilnlil
win nnd walked home, l'erd lions nt
Knhulul In whoso wins cnurso the
blood of tint old Vikings, scorned tho
danger nnd at tho expenso of n good
ducking, mado his wny back to tho
"ililwln and rodo homo triumphant,-News.
THE OLDfcST HAWAIIAN DAILY CAPER
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We -will Iluy or Sell Ileal Estate In
all parts of tho group.
Wo will Sell Properties on Reason
10 WEST KINO STREET.
LOTS FOR SALE
In Kaplolanl Park
Addition unci In
137 MERCHANi 8TRCCT.
by MIhh L. K. Dayton
Embroidered Piano Covers, Silk Handkerchiefs, Etc.
Heavy Ponneo Silk and White Silks, Victoria Lawn, India Lawn and
Laces of all kinds. New rtock of Swiss Embroideries.
DRY OOOD8 OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
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THB OLDEST CHi. SE FIRM IN HONOLULU.
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St. John's. N. K Dee. 21. rinanco
Minister Kidding of tho Dominion Gov
ernment tologruphed to Marconi from
Ottawa today offering Mm, In behalf
of tho Cnnadlan Cabinet, overy taclll
ty for erecting wireless telegraph sta
tions on tho Nova ncotlau seaboard,
making him most encouraging propo
Billons, assuring him that thero Ib no
obstacle In tho way of his carrying
out his experiments in Canadian tern
tnry, and uniting him to uttnwa to
discuss tho matter. In consequenco ot
this proposal Marconi will leave St.
John's for Ottawa tomorrow night.
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It is pure and old.
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it wins on merit alone.
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