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EVENING DULLETIW, HONOLULU, II. T., SATURDAY, JANUARY 4, 1902.
COOL WEATHER COMFORTS
You need warm wraps now while the weather lo cool and chill. 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 grace of goods can
possibly be sold.
Mfllfnn Plnth lnttJorUn.vMyrlehaniitllh.
ItlUI LUII UlUllljvst the right length inj cut for
carriage cape TrlmmeJ wltn half Inch trlfe nf
Melton Cloth same color, and four rows of CQ flfl
heavy Hitching, Eatra value ani beauty QUtUU
Ladies' and Misses' Gapes. Navy
Blue Cloth a:.ffl:tM,nr,$2,75
Large and handsome assortment o! Heavy Golf and
Steamer Capes. Prices $10.00, 12,50, 15,00.
In Our Show Windows we
arc displaying an excellent assortment of
CHILDREN'S C0AT8 and JACKBT8, all plainly
marked and of extra value. I f 1 I t
CHILDREN'S REEFER JACKETS
In navy bluo and bottlo green, trim-
mod in white silk soutache braid, at
M nn l rn j nr nn l
I.UUi 4.50 and $5.00 eaCn.
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 Cofton 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 ;
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 Dlk.,
Hotel street, on Saturday, November
23. Give us a call and convince your
self of our low prices.
14 Hotel Street, neor Nuuanu.
General Merchandise. Dry Goods, Groceries.
Japanese Provisions, etc
MAGOON BLOCK, MERCHANT I MEET.
3?. a. Boas 886 Omagra. 2lft
GOO KIM NUUANU STREET,
VJ V IV A JYlj above ttote,
DIG HOLIDAY 8TOCK 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 Swiss Embroideries.
DRY GOODS OF EVERY DE8 CRIPTION.
P. O. Bo !. Tll,
wriaxresr wo GTScjkJsr
THE OLDEST CH.. E FIRM IN HONOLULU.
D.ilir. In Flat Silks tod Gnu Llntoi. CMntM mi J.pio.u Goodl ol All Hal:
.to-ti. Nuuanu itrwl
The Bulletin, 75cts. per month
Navy Blue Broad Cloth iMvnfi
!outihbralJ. Lxtra value vtiUU
Qnnlfth Dlllrl "h ImoJ trlmmtd wlih l trill
ocoicn riaiQ.odouoifHncf. E"gg nn
Sealefte Capes "'" anfsTfio
Colors, navy blue, red, bottlo green,
"' ' T ,..m e,c"r,c u,uo;. "
' f?,hqr,11B"t m,sI!c,r,e' an,d, tr'
mci1 "" 'nncy silk braid, mill In tho
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:
ATTORNEY GENERAL GIVES
SUDDEN CHECK TO TONGUE
Reassurance for Kewalo Merchant
Street Nuisance W. 0. Smith
on Trees Board of
Dr. H. C. Sloggett, prr-slclpnt, E, A.
Mott-Smltn, Or W. M. M.iorj. Attor
ney Oeneral E. l DoIp, Dr. C. I).
Cooper and Kreil V. Smith coim'lluted
the meeting of tho Hoard u Health yes
let tiny nftcrnoon. C. Chailock secre
tary; Miss Mue Weir, it'iiogrupher;
( . I). Reynolds, superlnti'l"lon: of l'-'P-er
settlement, anil C 11. Tracy, city
limitary officer were In nttendancc.
Mr. Dole, on a rcmnrlt from tho
president, began to mako a reassuring
statement regarding th; proposal
drainage of Kewalo. He paid tho mut
ter had been fully illsnisie.l In tho
executive council, whit? devising
methods of cklng out the available
funds for public seniors. Ho una
about to give nn authoritative :isur
ance, but cheeked himself, ,snli:g ho
doubted If the time had come (or tho
divulging of what lie Knew.
I'resldcnt Sloggett snld that the
time had arrived vvlicn something
would have to be done in tho matter.
With the striving of the Hoanl of
Health to place tho city m good sanl-
iuij vuutuwuii, Mil' lui'iiuuiuu I'l uytu I
were also acting public spiritedly In tlicj
.. ll-- fl. - Itl.. n !... I.S
D1IUIV IlliU. I 11U I'UUUIIIUU Ul lM.-illll
was n menace to tho public health and
lemcdlal measures could not be further
Dr Moore repeated tlio old. old ttory
of noisome pols and miry rojjj In ih
Mr. Dole again declared the good In
tentions of tho executive. Last Mon
day It spent two hours over tho sub
ject. Action would certainly bo taken
In the early future.
V. V. Porter was awarded tho con.
tract for tho purchase of hides from
tho Hoard, and M. W. MiChesney &
Sons, Agents of the Honolulu Soap
Works Co., for that of tallow, they
being the highest bidders respective
ly. The Metropolitan Meat Co. was a
bidder for hides atone.
The president called attention to an
Interview of W. O. Smith In the Even
ing llulletln on the subject of oxcps
Blvo shade, which had struck him very
favorably. While ho did not propora
to hnvu the Hoard Interfere, yet u sug
gestion from It might ho useful.
Mr. nolo thought the beauty ind
the- glory of Honolulu lay In Its trees.
Ho loved trees better than n, llm
bouse. Ho would hate to intvrfvrq
with trees or to see many of them cut
President Sloggett ncjet ralsM the
question of utilizing taroena for tha
supply of pol to the settlement when
the contractor fell short of his obliga
tion, Mr. Hobron had broached tha
subject to him.
Mr. Reynolds and members of tha
Board agreed that the article might ba
useful In nn emergency.
The report of tho Inspector of plumb
ing and hoiiso sewers for December
showed: Plans filed, 75; permits Is
sued, 7r; Inspections of plumbing and
house sewers, 274; final certificates Is.
med, 12I; sower connections made.
2fi. Mr. Keen hoped to be ablo wlthla
a few days to submit for approval a
statement of the nmount nnd character
of the work of his ofllcc for the past
Dr. Moore called attention to the es
caping of water from a cesspool to
overflow upon tho Merchant street
sldownlk near the post otflce.
President Sloggett said the nuisance
had nothing to do with tho Iloard of
Health, it was up to the Water Works
and Department of Public Works.
Mr. Tracy reported that an inspec
tion of the von Holt premises bad re
vealed that the plumbing therein was
nil right. Ho Intended to havo iho
offending cesspool pumped out that
night to ascertain Just where tho trou
Tho request of Win. Campbell for
b'imo roiKcsslons In tho mutter of sew
er regulations In u house on Wilder
avenue near Kccatimoku stieet, wan
The icport of the Iloard of Medical
HxamlneiH of the sucrissfiil examina
tion of Dr. I), Nlsdiite, was received,
und tho Issuances of u certificate lecemi
mended to Treasurer Wright ,
8AHP80N A WltKCK.
I'l-hami, III., Dee. 2i'. John II
Weeks of Champaign, u pergonal friend
of Hear Admiral Sampson, has re
ceived a letter from .Mrs. Sampson. In
which she says thnt the mental condi
tion of tho Admiral Is beyond recov
ery. Tho letter was written In reply
to a note expressing sympathy with
tho Admiral In tho personal annoy
ances ho has suireied In tho contro
versy with Ileur Admiral Schley. Tim
"Washington, Dee. 23. My Dear Mr
Weeks: Admiral Sampson Is too III to
really understand your most kind let
ter, Just received, but If ho wcro well
ho would wish to thank jou. for ho
cares so much for nil 'old times' nnd
fur anything that concerns 'Palmyra.'
"Tho wording of your letter shows
that living In tho West has not blind
ed your eyes- to tho truth concerning
went events. I have enjojed youi
expression of the truo tacts as you im
"My dear husband Is quite worn nut
with u long llfo of concentrated duty.
Physically ho Is comfortablo and happy
but tho brain Is tired bejond ever be
"HMZAHETH IiritMNO SAMPSON. "
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I DIR. DALTON'S AURAL CLINIC,
690 Lusallo Aveuue. CUIOAOC), ILL.. U, B. A.
A prominent Montrrkl clergyman, the Her, JatnH
I!. Dixon, Hector St. J a Jen and Hon. Canon of
Christ Church Cathedral, wrttetl "remit me, to
end 7011 ft few line to atrooglj recommend
Pfrut Uati' pAis.KittiB. I liat tucdltwlth
jatlafaction for tMrtj-flte year. It la a prepara
tion which deperre full public confidence.'
p4 t A anre ctirc for
Lin in li I lot Soro Throat.
Two Slrn, tve. snit 80c.
IV-ft ll only one 1'Aln-KIH.r, Porry Davis.'
EVAN'S NEW STATION
New York, Dec. 26. A special to tho
Sun from Washington says- Secretary
Long has determined to assign Hear
Admiral Itohley I), Evans to the com
mand of the Asiatic naval station,
which Includes the Philippines and
China, as soon as tha sea term of Hcai
Admiral Frederick Ilodgers expires.
The station Is now commanded by Hear
Admiral Oeorgo C. Itcmey, and two di
visions of his licet are commanded
respectively by Hear Admiral ltodgers
and Hear Admlrnl Louis Kempff. Ad
nilrnU Uemey and KcmpIT will be ie
lleved early In the spring, nnd this will
promote Admiral Hodgers to the su
preme command. Evans will go to
the Philippines at that time lo bourne
second In command to Admiral
Hodgers, and another Hag olllier, a
Junior to Evans, who has not been se
lected, will take Kemplf's place.
Ilodgers will flnsh his sen service In
about a year and will then he succeeded
FITZ WANTS A PIGIIT.
New York. "Dec. 27. "Hobert Plu
slmmons will fight again." This was
the statement made to the Sun today
by a person vvno stands very close hi
the Cornlshmnn. When Champion
Jeffries arrives in town and hurls a
challenge nt Kltz the lanky pugllUt Is
expected to come out of his retirement
and make a match. KHz has been
training quietly for several weeks, and
has mndo the remark more than once
that he was the only man In the world
who has a chance to whip the big
A representative of one of the box
ing clubs In California has been talk
ing with Kltz for tsome tlmo past, with
the Idea of Inducing him to light, and
tonight It was common talk among a
select coterlo of sporting men that
Jeffries' challenge would be accepted.
The argument set forth In favor of tho
light between Jeff nnd Kltz Is the big
ate that It would undoubtedly draw.
Kltz can Insist on an even division of
the purse or gross receipts nnd mnkp
a pot of money, win or lo?c He will
also have nn excellent opportunity of
proving to the sporting world that ba
vvns not In proper shape when the pres
ent champion knocked him out at
Coney Island more than two years ago.
Kltz today believes he can defeat
Jeffries In signal fashion. It wns only
n year ugo last summer that the Cor
nlshmau trained himself Into superb
condition and knocked out both Huh
lln and Sharkey Inside of two weeks.
At Hartford last Thanksgiving day,
Just before tho McOovern-Corbett bat
tle. Kltz told the crowd that ho hoped
he would never fight again, but It Is
known that the Cornlshmnn has all
along been prepared to come to the
scratch in cnte there should be n pop
ular demand for another meeting be
tween him and the only heavyweight
Who evei knocked him out.
Tho several baseball associations
nro talking nbotit adopting a measure
providing for tho blacklisting of play
cih who Jump contracts. Such a meas
ui should ho promptly mndo a real
It. Tho player who would Jump a
cnitrnct would throw a game. With
tho hiiseball rowdy, ho ought to he
relegated to oblivion. New York Her
WaAlean What c Say T
and we mall I nt ruction. tctlmonl
ai and ml fRE a a hoiuculf ft,
1 tpuj rirco ni 11,1m I'micii tirwt iryv h nieamnce.
Acme Book Co Boi3B.Aihetllle, N. Carolina USA
EXTENDED TO PHILIPPINES
FOR AMERICAN TRADE
Harold Sewall at Work for American
Hawaiian Interests Effect of
Treaty With Spain on
Washington, Dec. 20. Senatot
I.odgo snld today that until the Phil
ippines were further along toward self
support there would have to bo a tariff
between tho Islands and tho United
States, the proceeds or which would
go to the Islands.
He expressed tho opinion that tho
Philippines tnrlir bill as passed by the
House would be passed by tho Senate,
with a possible amendment relating to
In spite of Senator Lodge's state
mmt there Is such a strong agitation
lot a 1 educed tariff between tho Unit
ed States and tho Philippines that tho
Senate mny cut down the Payno bill.
Shipping men, sugur and tobacco mcu
and holders or concessions in me run
lll'lnes arc all bombnrcllng the Sena
tors with letters and lulegrums urging
a reduced tariff. Thcie Is also inilte
11 strong sentiment among certain
newspapers for free trade, or ,at least,
a low tariff. Among these Is tho New
York Tribune, which advocates free
ttade with 1110 Islands. 011 the grouud
that Increased business will soon make
up tor tho reduced revenues, besides
powerfully aiding In paclllcatlon of tlin
Inlands Therefore, while the Houso
bill Is undoubtedly favored by tho Ad
ministration, there Is no certainty that
It will go thruugh the Senate) wlthgit,
a radical change.
There; I si )jo objection In tho Senate
lo applying coastwise laws to the
Philippines, providing enro Is taken
not lo violate tbv treaty of Paris. Har
old Sowrtll, former Minister (o Hawaii,
who has Inherited ills father's big ship
ping interests, nnd who Is also Inter
ci.ted In the American-Hawaiian line,
has been urging tho application of thu
coastwise laws to tho Philippines. Ho
spoke to a number of Senators on tho
subject nnd fomiu no objection. Ho
was advised, however, to consult with
Senator Krje. who was a member nr
the Pence Conference, nnd would ho
In a position to know- how best to
flume a bill to extend tho coastwlso
regulations without violating the trea
ty with Spain There has been nomu
talk among the Senators on the sub
Ject, and the conclusion has practical
Iv been reached that an amendment
will be offered providing ior tho exten
sion of the leastwise laws to the Phil
ippini's on January 1, 1D03, with thu
piovislon that article 1 of the treaty
01 Paris shall be added. 1Mb arllelu
gives Spanish ships and merchandise
the same rights as our own in thu
"Some of the Senators nave como
to me," said Senator Perkins today,
"thinking I wus acquainted witli nan
Ileal matters. 1 want to see tho coast
wise laws extended, but I shall not In
tiedtire a bill to that effect without
tnklng cogulzanco or the treaty with
Spain, ns that would be nn attempted
violation of the treaty. In extending
tho coastwise laws wo must admit
Spain Into the commerce of tho islunds
on tho same terms ns our own ships.
This means practically an open door,
for this reason: Under Spanish law
nny ship may be documented under
tho Spanish Hag In conformity with
emy regulations. Therefore, In cuso
nny Kugllsh, French, German or Nor
weglan shipowner cares to go Into
thu Philippine trade he ran do so w
merely placing his vessel under thci
SpaniKh ling. It has been claimed
that Spanish ships under urticlo 4 01
tin. treaty could not trade between, tho
United States nnd tho Philippines If
W6 applied tho coastwlso laws. I can
not accept this view. Tho language,
of tho treaty Is too plain to bo misun
derstood. Under ll Spanish ships may
lead cargoes at San Krnnclseo lor Ma
nila, whether wo apply tho coastwise
laws or not. You may ho sure that
tho Senate will scrupulously observo
the spirit and letter or the treaty. Wo
gnvo Spain this special privilege In
bargaining Tor tho Islands, nnd now
wii must llvo up to It. Wn must let nil
Spanish ships In on the same terms ns
our own, whether such ships nro own.
oil In Knglnnd, flermnny or nnywhorn
else. So long ns they nro authenticat
ed Spanish ships wo cannot go behind
the record. Therefore, whether we
nrply the coastwise laws or not, I fenr
we must faro the open door In the
Philippines Tor ten years."
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY
Tnko Ijixatlvo Ilromo Qulnlno Tabfets.
All druggists refund the money If 11
falls to cure. K. W. Orovo's Blgnatura
Is on enrh box. 25 cents.
BLUE RAYSJANISH PAIN
Surprlnlng Results Attend tix-
pcrlmcntH of ItusHtan
Copyright, t'JOl, by Press Publishing
Company, New York World and
Medical circles here are excited over
tho discovery of a young Ilusslan phy
sician, M. Mlnln, regarding the cura
tive properties of bluo light.
Struck by tho common notion
among the Ilusslan peasantry that n
sick person on whom sunlight falls
through blue glass feels relief from
pain, M. Mlnln began an elaborate se
ries of experiments, nnd he now pub
lishes 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 that In particular
classes of nerve disorder)) nnd In neu
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Metropolitan Meat Co.,
1 Fresh Meats and Fish
J by Every Steamer
From the Coast that
Also Poultry, Salmon and
The Metropolitan Marke, King St., Tel. 4J.
FOR SALB AT The Booth, Fishmarket, Telephone 379.
Central Market. Nuuanu St.. Telephone 104.
PORTABLE TRACK COMPLETE
30 inch Gauge 14 lbs Rails
36 Inch Gauge 20 lbs Rails
Pop Hnlc In quantities to
Hiilt by i- i- i- .
H. Held I Co,, Limited
170 River Street.
Bet. Herctnnln and Pauahl.
P. O. Box 078.
Rubber Tires pat on in Satis-
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We will nny or Sell Real Estate In
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Wo will Sell Properties on Reason
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It's no experiment
when you insist on g?'"ng Cyrus Noble Whiskey.
Leave experimenting to others. 1 Buy goods,
that you know are right.
For seventy years we have been trying to pro-1
duce (he best possible article for thejeast
possible price. '
The public know it favorably"
It holds the good trade.
It costs no more than other good whiskey
It is pure and old.
It is distilled from the best selected grain..
It is six years in wood.
It wins on merit alone.
& CO., Ltd.,
ralgla of tho faco bluo rays alleviated
the atuto pain. Ho also conducted
successful cpcrlments 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. Tho length of tlmo during
which the pntlcnt Is exposed to tho
successful experiments with cases of
We have a large stock of blue oobei
for Incandescent lamps the same a
are spoken of In cablegram, which We
will furnish to our customers at a
PRICE . .
has CoM Storage,
Choice Beef, Veal, Mutton,
Lamb and Pork always
75c per month
$1.00 per year
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Fine Carriages, Wagons and
TrUCkS. Repair Work a
All orders promptly attended to.
Only competent help employed.
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Addition nnd In
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