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EVENING IIUM.ETIN. HONOLULU. II. T., WEDNESDAY, JAN. 8, 1901.
SALE OF REMNANTS
Wo hnvc gathered up tlio odds nnd ends of hundreds of different ma
terials which have accumulated during the. holiday trade nnd placed them on
our "REMNANT TABLE." As wo nro about to "take Block" It Is better for
us to sell theso Roods, oven nt n tremendous reduction, than to carry them
over on our stock books and to hnvo them occupy room on our shelves;
sj wo havo placed beautiful shirtwaist mntcrlals, hnloku materials, lawns,
linens, dress goods, lacos, embroideries, flannels, woollen goods and others
before you at a greatly reduced price.
THE GOODS OFFERED
nro all standard materials, not an accumulation of years, but of the last few
weeks, and It will bo to your Interest lo mnko some purchases.
From Our Art
wo havo placed on sale n largo number of pillow tops ready to bo cmbrold
cried, In many handsome ncslgns of birds, flowers, etc, at 25c each.
LADIES' AND MISSES' CAPES
Wo are still offering extra vnhics In Ladles' and Misses' CAPES and
have made further reductions.
LADIES' AND MISSES' GAPES, navy
blue cloth $2.50.
Board of Missions
trimmed with four rows of whlto silk
NAVY BLUE BROAD CLOTH-S4.00
nicely trimmed with fur nnd Soutacho
braid. Extra value.
trimmed with fur and
5,00 and 6,00
MELTON CLOTH S9.00.
In red or tan, very rich nnd stylish.
Just tho right length and cut for car
riage capes. Trimmed with half Inch
stripes of Melton Cloth, samo color,
and four rows of heavy stitching. Ex
tra rnluo and beauty.
Colors, navy blue, red, bottlo green,
tan, brown and electric bluo; mado
of good quality enshmcro, and trim
med with fancy Bilk braid, nnd In tho
latest fashion, at prices ranging from
2.75 to $8,00 each,
Sachs' Dry Goods Co., Ltd,
Tho monthly meeting of the Wo
man's Hoard of Missions was held in
the parlors of Central Union church
yesterday afternoon. Miss Mattlo
Chamberlain presided. Mrs. Leading
ham acted as secretary, Mrs. Coan read
a letter from tho secretary of tho Ar
menian Mission, thanking tho Board
for a donation of $100 which Is to bo
devoted to the rescuing of suffering
Armenian children. A Thanksgiving
poem by Miss Edith Lyons was read
by Mrs. Coan who also oncred a prayer
for all those In sorrow over tho death
of Mrs. J. S. H. Pratt. The prlnclplo
topic of the evening was a paper on
"Our Duty to tho Ilislng Generation in
Hawaii," read by Mrs. W. W. Hall.
The Riling Generation.
Mrs. Hall meant by the term "rising
generation," tho native Hawaiian?.
Sho gave facts as to their present con
dition and stated that the larger jart
of tho solution as to their future, lay
In themselves. The native Hawall.ui
was not Inclined to a strenuous llz
and life wns dally growing more
strenuous. Tho Hawaiian works ener
getically for n few dayto, and then Is
Idlo for a few days, and Is Just as ener
getic in Idleness as In his work. He
takes no thought of the morrow, and tia
for laying aside anything for a rainy
day, It seldom enters Into his life. Tho
young Ilnwalan of today Is more am
bitious than his ciders, but he gener
ally looks upon manual work as he
ccath his Ideas of ambition..
Funds Provide by Haoles.
Tho question arose In the reader's
mind, "Have we hurt the Hawaiian In
helping 'him?" Hawaiian boys and
girls were given the best opportunity
for attending scflools and receiving a
good education, and they were gener
ally provided for by their haole friends.
At Harvard and Yale where annual
expenses nro $700 on an economical ba
sis, many young men earned their
way from year to year.. It did nut
lower their dignity nnd tnelr self-respect
was not lost. Would there b)
any respect lost for the Hawaiian who
would do this? No,
Higher Ideal in Marriage.
Mrs. Hall sold thcro wns need of it
higher Ideal In marring?. The Hawa
iian girl takes It for granted that iho
must marry somebody and It suggests
to her who will support her best. It Id
only In material things that the Hawa
iian girl thinks of entering tho mar
riage contract. Mrs. Hall said she did
not know of many Hnwnllan w mien
whoso lives were beautiful examples
of vlrtuo and motherly regard. Tho
; The Whole Story
in one letter about
From Capt. F. f-oje. Police Station No. i
It, Montreal : "We frpqtimly ue I'rsnr
' niTU'rilN-KfLLenforNlfni In fAr ffwtw-
'i' A, rhi'tmattim, tlpntuf froil bttn, c'f- I
hlniut, .'nuna, and all afflictions ! ich ,
befall men In our position 1 bat e no lie.l- J
I latlon In taking that Piin-Killeh it th4 l
. Ixtt rcmeify t hate near at hand."
Itpexl Internally and Ktternnlly.
TnoSlza., 53c. and 54c. bottles. o
passed away pleasantly. Everybody
wns made happy with Ice cream and n
bag of candy, a thousand bags being
filled for the occasion. How we prayed
that as tho lights shono forth from a
hundred candles, making bright the
tree, there might shine Into darkened
hearts, Jesus, the Light of the World,
making bright the light
So often we meet cooped up In stuffy
little rooms, bright young girls, wno
ought to he revelling in all the glad
ness of young womanhood. I nake I
one day why this was. "Oh," they
answered, "It Is Chinese custom. If
wo nre seen on tho strccls had men will
point nt us and sny: "Shame, shame'
Illg girl like you go out!'"
Chinese custom! Wo find It a law PORTO RICAN PROWLER
more unchangeable than nny denre of MlIiliEn I ACT NlfillT
Modes nnd Persians; a rock more lm-' NAuuLD LAM NiUIll
movnble than tho Hock of (llbralt-ir.
Let me give you an Instance of It. onlv
In nnothcr'form. Ono day Miss Wnodv ft. m. rpr,,! i. n. ,,.. TJUHh
writing when on the, '"" "Ju6 " u" "'"v " ""
BLUE RAYS BANISH PAIN
Hui'prlHlur) UcHiilts Attend
pertinents of KusHlnn
rnlgla of tho faco bluo rays alleviated
tho acuto pain. Ho also conducted
successful experiments with cases of
Ex-' Dr. Mlnln uses an ordinary lC-can-
! dlepowcr 100-volt -electric lamp, tho
light of which falls through pieces of
blue glass. Tho lengtn or umo uuniiB
which tho patient Is exposed to the
light varies from ten to fifteen min
utes. We have a large stock of blue gobet
Copyright, 1901, by Press Publishing
Company, New York World and
Medical circles hero aro excited over for Incandescent lamps the same as
the discovery of a young Husslnn pny
slrlnn, M. Mlnln, regarding tho cura
tive properties of bluo light.
Struck by tho common notion
among tho Husslnn peasantry that a
sick person on whom sunlight falls
through blue glass feels relief from
pain, M. Mlnln began an elaborato sc
ries of experiments, nnd ho now pub
lishes the result In a lending medical
Journal of St. Petersburg.
M. Mlnln used electric light through
vnrlotis shades of blue and violet gtnss
He demonstrated that In particular
classes of nerve disorders nnd In neu-
are spoken of In cablegram, which we
will furnish to our customers at a
.... !. I.,... w.mn. ...(III,,.
IB ill iivi iwtiiu niii.A " "" .' I
Rt 111 nlr she heard a. child's cry. lot's I
drawn one. piercing, as though some
one was In terrible pain. She followed
where the sound led, and came to an
upper room with a door leading Into ,t
bedroom from whence came the crli i.
Wnlklng In. she saw a tiny flve-yeir-old
girl seated on the edge of the bod,
her poor little feet hnnglng over I lie
side, wrapped In cruel bandages. The
child was rocking hack and forth m
ngnny. tenrs streaming down hei
checks. A pitiful sight, yet mother
and friends stood unconcernedly hy.
Their feet" were bound. They. too. hail
suffered; why should not their child .'
HAWAIIAN TOBACCO CO., Ltd.,
Corner Merchant find Nuunnu 8tn. P.O. llox 070.
PRICE . ,
a Safe From Mrs. Hough's
House in Richards
Manuel Claudlna Is the melllfluoiiHly
euphonious niimn of a scrubby Porto
Itlcan who cume Into tho strong
clutches of the law last ulght. He wax
arrested by Captain Parker, In the
house of Mrs, l W. Iluugh, on Rich
ards street, nearly opposite the palace
About 7:15 p. in. Mrs. Iluugh au.l
Hy this process she would attain the family nnd two hoarders were eating
tiny Golden Miles, thus Insuring her a j supper In the house, when they wetc
good mnrrlnge as somebody's first wife I disturbed by a noise In an adjoining
They seemed frightened when told It
wits against the law In this country.
i nnd took the child away for awhile.
room. II. Biinpkoti ami tl. crazier,
who were of the party at the table, im
mediately left the room nnd proceeded
Theo. H. Davies & Co., Ltd.
SOLE AGENTS for
Alsen Portland Cement
Roche Harbor Lime : :
Dick's Balata Belting :
should be carrying her to piny.
Victim of Terrible Habit.
While sad to know there Is at least
one victim of this terrible hnhlt In Ho
nolulu, doubtless more, It Is eniinii
aglng to note on the other hand a
growing sentiment In favor of unbind
ing. Several have already unliniiinl.
Many more hnvc assured me they
would never bind the feel of their I't
Christian Work Needed.
Need, sad need, we find overywhnt '
need of the soothing, healing Chrlit-
tnticli. Let mo tell yon of a dear wo
man whom I visit. Kor years apparent-
cultivation of a real nloha alna' was u ' ,y """"f rt,,,t '" rH'lo"s '''"" '
pressing need; not the sham sentiment "'""' ' """? oy coming
i-MM. lnnl,n ,!,, nrnnlnlnnl rnvorn. clllircll. f-Or SOmC WCCkS she CliniC
qulto regularly. Her manner seemed
She Is back ngaln, however, tottering lo Investigate the cause of the fctrango
atound on the poor llttel feet that pounds,
which teaches that municipal govern
ment will benefit them because of thn
Increased number of offices to fill but
because. It would assist the country.
Tho Hawaiian's childishness makes
him an easy prey to theso Influences.
Mrs. Dyke of Kamchnmcha school
Stated that In the manual department
there were a large number of bos
who were earning In their way, or part
ly doing so, through the school. Mm.
Cordelia Damon spoke on the Mission
ary Gleaners' Society. Tho membev
ship was larger than formerly.
gentle and more subdued, shim lug the
gindiial Incoming of the new life. IIik
1.4 the same pitiful heart story, The
mother of a large family, she seemed
happy until the coming n few yoirn
ago of a younger woman ns second
wife. Then her troubles and hcart-
I aches began. Missing her for tcvirnl
, Sundays, I looked her up. I found her
I busily sewing on a huge pile of men's
I shirts. She wns downcast and very
I quiet- I saw nt once that sho was
.tl (.milled. I told her how we misled
her. "Ves." she said, "but I hndn t
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.
t 14 Hotel Street, nciip Nuunnu.
I. ii hi. -isi i iiii.....aany mmtm
Tho repoif of the work among tlio time to go." Then the little ghl broke
In. giving me the key to the situation:
"My pupa no give us money. Make u
get!" The fnther. by the way, though
well-to-do. Is n regular old miser.
ies, sue continued, "my papa liu
love us; love second wife."
As I tried to comfort them the
thought Hashed upon me that millions
of women were bearing Just such awful
loads bodies perishing, hearts break
ing knoivlng not of the liurden-bcnr-er.
Who will tell them of film?
China In Deepest Need.
This report Is but a bird's-eye view
of our work. Any report must be
Chinese was read by Miss Suntcr, ,12
"Precept upon precept, line upon
line, here a little, there a little." woul.l
bo descrlptlvo of our work the past
It Is no tale of mighty achievement
on tho battlefield, no thrilling account
of conversions among our Chinese peo
ple, that I bring to you today; rathrr
the simple, everyday story of qulit
seed-sowing by the wnyshle, the re
sults, perhaps, only to be revealed
when for us time Is no more.
From House to House.
House to house visitation has been
kept up, my afternoons being spent In Should you cue to know nioro of what
this way. Approximately. I havo made we are doing, come with us on our
about 100 visits, speaking for Jcsui visits, and get personally Into touch
wherever I went. .More nnd more am with the home llfo of our women. IJut
I thankful for my knowledge of the moro than till do we ask you to ro
Luigiingo, tho opportunities it offers of j member us In prayer, especially this
getting closo to the hearts of the wo- week, when we are holding special
men. I hnvo an excellent teacher In ' services. We long for n spiritual
Mr. Wong Yuk Shlng, pastor of our! awakening among tho Chinese. We
church; also In Mrs. Ho Seong, n young 'are praying for It. We feel sure It
bride, who has recently como among ' must come, though how wo know no',
us from a largo glrlB' school In Hong- China Is In the hour uf her deepest
kong. I am getting all the help I can need. Torn and rent asunder from
In tho language now, and nfter six ' boundary to boundary, she Is drinking
months more I shall bo on with It hy tho cup of humiliation to Its very dregs,
jnysclf. Vet out of the depths will nrlso a now
.Meetings for Christian women are China, a Christ-like people, honored
held twice u month off Vineyard street, j among nations nnd honoring God.
where live a number of Christian faml- Mrs. Soares reported on tho work
lies. I hope after the Chinese New among tho Portuguese. It wns n mm
They stealthily entered the next
room, nnd saw standing by tho open
window a man In the act of lowering a
small Iron safe from tho room to tho
lanal. Ono of tho young men went
around by the outside, while the other
stood by the door of the room to cut oil
the burglar's retreat. Tlio Intruder
took alarm, however, and made n run
I of it. only to be captured Just as h
reached tho street.
The police station was nt once notl-
Ued and Captain Parker soon place.)
the man under arrest, taking him und
the safe to the station, where he gav
his name as Manuel Claudlnn, and said
that he had conic to t..e Islands a year
ago, He strenuously denied knowing
anything about the safe and wns hold
for Investigation. Willi the safe were
found two valuable silk dresses to
which tho thief had helped himself,
but dropping them in Ills flight.
The safe Is a cumbersome urtlclt)
weighing oer thirty pounds. Just how
the man was going to pack It away In
Somewhat of a puzzle. It belongs lo
Fred Wundcnbcrg. und contained mi
money, but a number of papers vulu
ahlo only to their owner. Claudlna bud
evidently, by some unknown meaiu.
become aware that there was a safe In
the house, to he had for the taking
away, and Jumped at the conclusion
that there must be money In It.
The prisoner denied all knowledge,
of the safo. und even that he had been
near Mrs. Iloitgh'i.
From Information received of an
other parrel of Porto H leans earlier In
the evening. Captain Parker dispatch
ed olllcers In search of Antonla Colon,
a notorious Porto Itlcan woman, .inn
she wns found in the house mention" I
by Captain Parker's Informant, to-
fjetlier with another Porto ltlcnn. by.
name Olymplu Mendez. They were
taken to the police station, along with
a trunk found In the room. The trunk
was opened, nnd in It were found a
number of sliver spoons nnd a quantity
of rich silk which Mendez said he hna
purchased on n plantation.
He denied having, had anything to
do with the robbery at Mrs. Hough's
house, nnd was held for investigation.
Antonla Colon admitted that she had
been on tjneen street ut the tlmo men
tioned by Captain Parker, but said
that she knew nothing of tho matter
of the safe. She was allowed to go
after a searching examination.
The police nro Investigating th"
matter today. Deputy Sheriff Chll-
llngworth has no doubt that Claudlna
Irt'tho man who attempted to get away
with the safe, and Is of the opinion
Unit tluough his arrest a number of
recent crimes In the burglary line will
be satisfactorily cleared up.
li . wh h' IB
'A 111 - Y'l?
" If you don't uaiit iluakcy to get the best of you, you muit get
the best of whiskey."
" I do lady, but when a fellow's only got a nickel lie can't buy
W. C. Peacock & Co., Ltd,,
Metropolitan Meat Co.,
Freeh Meats and Pish
by Every Steamer
From the Coast that has Cold Storage.
Choice Beef, Veal, Mutton,
i Lamb and Pork always
Also Poultry, Snlmon und Halibut.
FOR SALB AT
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The Booth, Fishmarket, Telephone 379.
Central Market. Nuuanu St.. Telephone 104.
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Japanese Provisions, etc
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O- Box 886 IMIsiin. 21
BIG HOLIDAY 8TOCK OF TOY3.
Many new 8tayle Table Covert, 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 alt kinds. New stock of Swiss Embroideries.
DRY GOODS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
V O, Hoi wj.
THE OLDEST CH. E FIRM IN HONOLULU.
Ptafari lo Floa Sllka aol Grata Llocaa,
ChlDcta and Japaoait Good, of All Klola
tin-tt Nuttinu 1r,t
Year ti) extend tbcsn meetings whvr-
ever there Is a Christian neighborhood, I
also to reach nut In a more definite
way nfter the heathen wnmen.
nf (mutant wnrfare aK.iliiBt iKtifirnnep,
vleu and Hiliierstltlnn. Saloons wero In
rrensliiK In the Piinehhowl illatrlc:.
boys of tender years wero becoming
Our Sunday und Oospel services nt addicted to ilrlnlt. und sho stood aiUmn
different points lire well attended, MUs nt thn spectacle.
Whltcmnn reports from the I'nlnuia Mis. TIiwIhk reported on mission
MISBlon that two boys have handed In work nmoiifj the Chinese In Konn nnd
their names for church membership, Mrs. DlllliiKliam, the treasurer, report-
Mr. Wonir reports from the hnspl'el ed. that the rPKtil.tr monthly collection
work tlmt ono man believes, and bat amounted to $2!) und tho collection for
The Bulletin, 75cts. per month
asked for baptism.
At Kauluwela Sunday school wo hnvo
an attcmlnnco of from SO to 90. Tlieie
Is an urgent need hero for moro teach- I
ers. Divide each clai.s In two, yet
moro help would be needed to gather In
those about thn door. At tho Gospel
servlco hero on Sunday afternoon, I
Rather a small company nf youni; men
who, we trust, nro belleveis, though
thoy have not yet opunly taken a stand
It Is a pleasure to havo with us for a
visit Mrs. Thwlntt. wlfo of Mr. Damon's
colleague. Her bright, cheery prea
enco has always been nn Inspiration to
Christmas a Crowning Event.
Christmas camo ns tho crownlns
event of tho year, long wished and
planned for. Our troe uus enjoyed by
six or seven bundled people, a largo
number being women. Tho evening
I'uiidltn Uainabal, to $IM.f,5.
"JViosevclt nt San Juan" Is lo be tin
subject of a painting by Vnsalll Verest
chagln, tho painter of battle) scenes
Tho famous Husslnn artist Is now In
Chicago conducting an exhibition of
his paintings nt tho Art Institute. Ilf
announced his Intention to devote tuu
yearn or moro to tho work of portray
ing on canvas the battle, which lis
thinks, because of Roosevelt's eleva
tlon to the Presidency. Is tho most In
(cresting war scene of modern times ta
we mean wiiai wcMiy l tin.
orSllverore. Niuorl!iU. ti, LpIb.
ttrVTvxst A nrwamliuiy lan Send Stump
n h and tc n,l
I'rrtljr I'leee of I InM I'lalnl
nt and tcntl FREE n a hoi i-rilr a
il.N'Wi n. WriliMiluiiii'.
Acmo Book Co Bo,3B. Alhuille. N Carolin.i U.S
At a meeting of the Mnltc-lllma Ath
letic t'luh last night. William milium
wus cleitcil a member nnd Charlei
Ulstnn an honorary member. Tho se
retary wus instructed to wrltn to tho
secretary of the Olympic Club of Sao
KrunrlRro for the by-laws of tho Am
erican AmaUur League, tho purposo
being, when theso arc received, to call
a meeting of the nthletlc clubs of tho
Islands for the purpose of forming a
general league for the protection of
It was further decided that here
after the club will glvo to any member
who plays In a wlniilnfg championship
gamu or series of games, or breaks any
American or Hawaiian records, nr wim
first place in nil athletic meet, tile right
to wear the club's monogram consist
ing of a gidd M. with I. A. ('. dossing
It In green letters. This monogram I J
to be worn nu a white sweater.
Arrangements were also made nlong
the lino of getting up an outdoor b.is
ket ball team. Other arrangements
weio made to give a dance by tho club
on I'ebruary 21, to ralso money to pay
some of tliu club's expenses. The fol
lowing conunltuo was nppolnteil:
Frank Rowland, h'reil Wright und I'a'il
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Only competent help employed.
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