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evening iiuu.ctin, Honolulu, h. t.. sATfitDAV. .tan. 11, 1902.
SALE OF REMNANTS
Wo have pnthcreJ up the odds and ends of hundreds of different ma
terials which liao accumulated during tho holiday trade and placed them on
our "REMNANT TABLE." As wo nro about to "tako Btock" It la better for
us to sell theso goods, oven at a tremendous reduction, than to carry them
over on our stock books and to have them occupy room on our shelves;
so wo liae placed beatitltul shirtwaist materials, holoku materials, lawns,
linens, dress goods, laces, embroideries, flannels, woollen goods and others
before jou at a greatly reduced price.
THE GOODS OFFERED
arc all standard materials, not an accumulation of years, but of the last few
weeks, and It will bo to jour Interest to mnko somo purchases.
From Our Art
wo hao placed on salo a Inrgo number of pillow tops ready to bo cmlirold
cried, In man) handsorao designs of birds, flowers, etc., at 25c each.
LADIES' AND MISSES' CAPES
We aro still offering extra allies In Ladles' and Misses' CAPES and
linve made, further reductions.
LADIES' AND MISSES' GAPES, navy
blue cloth $2.50.
trimmed with four rows of whlto silk
NAVY BLUE BROAD CL0TH-S4.00
nicely trimmed with fur and Soutacho
braid Extra A nine.
SEALETTE CAPES 5.00 and 6,00
trimmed with fur and beading, well
Sachs' Dry Goods Co., Ltd,
Theo. B. 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 Blk,
Hotel street, on Saturday, November
23. Give us a call and convince your
self of our low prices.
14 Hotel Street,
.Japanese Provisions, etc.
MAOOON BLOCK, MERCHANT hTREET.
nP.O.IBos:880 3vEa,i:n. 2lfi
GOO KIM NUUANU STREET,
ljr j iv I1l9 above notel
BIO HOLIDAY 8TOCK OF TOY8.
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 OOOD8 OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
P O Bo Wj , TMi fi
THE OLDEST CH,. '.SE FIRM IN HONOLULU,
Polari lo Flu Silk ml Gun lln.m. Cbln o4 Jpnm Goodi of All Kloti
iio-tit Nnuanu ttr.tt
The Bulletin, 75cts. per month
In red or tan, cry rich and stylish.
Just the. right length and cut for car
riage capes. Trimmed with half Inch
stripes of Melton Cloth, snmo color,
and four rows of heavy stitching. Ex
tra aluo and beauty.
Colors, navy blue, red, bottlo green,
tan, brown and electric bltio; mado
of good quality cashmere, and trim
med with fancy, silk braid, and In tho
latest fashion, at prices ranging from
2,75 to $8,00 each, ,
Dy Goods, Groceries
WILL HAVE ATTENTION
OF COMMERCE COMMISSION
Getting Material for Special Message
of the President Dealing With
Inter State Affairs Wit
nesses Skip Out.
Chicago, Jan 3. The Record Herald
tomorrow will Bay. The Interstate
Commerce Commission will begin a
series of three Investigations in Chi
cago next Tuesday, which aro said to
liavo for their purpose tho gathering
of data for a special messago by Pres
ident Itoosovclt to Congress. It Is said
that In this special messago President
Roosoelt wilt deal with three sub
jects, as follows:
1. Hallway combinations.
2. The Interstate Common o Com
mission. 3. Legislation governing intcrstato
Originally it was tho purpose of the
President to cover these subjects fully
iu his annual message to Congress,
but owing to the lnabillt of tho inter
btato Commerce Commission to get
all the facts necessary, theso subjects
wero touched upon but brief!) and
wero lei t to bo handled In a supplo
mentnry message. The Investigations
which will bo made and which will
supplant those already made aro
1. Tuesday at Chicago, tho transpor
tation of packinghouse products and
2. Wednesday nt Ciilcngo. the Dur-
llngton-Norlhcrn 1'aclllc (treat North-1
ern combination, i
3 Thursday nt Kansas Cltj grain '
and grain pioducts to Eastern and .
scuboard points. I
-I. 1'rlila) at Chicago, pacUIng house j
products and dressed beef. United1
States .Marshal Ames' deputy was busy I
today serving and trjlug to serve Bub
poenas on representatives of packing
house Interests, lie had six sum !
monscs and succeeded In serving two.
Several of the men sought are slid I
ti havo escaped service by leaving tho
city hurriedly, one or them missing
the deput) b onlj n few- bcconds. '
Wblla the packinghouse, men nrH
apparently shunning the Investigation.!
tho railroad men are not seeking to ,
avoid It. Many of them believe that
anything Is better than the present
conditions, and that with stable ratcBl
would come lower rates, to the great
benefit of tho entire countr) Tho
parking house men who were scrvul
with subpoenas arc'Gcoigo II Robbing,
president of Armour car lines. W. II ,
Jenkins, superintendent of trnnsporta .
nan ior mo iininmonu racking Com
puuy. No subpoenas were Itsucd for
tnu railroad men but in their stead
letters were received from tho Com
mission requesting their attcudauiu at
the Investigation j
It Is said that every person in .
chnrgo of traffic on a road centering
hero nnd known to tarrv packing-1
uouse products and dressed beer, has
received a copy of the letter.
It Is doubtful If tho Investigation
Into the Durllngton deal can proceed
Wednesday, as President Harris of
tho Durllngton and Darius Miller, vlcnl
picsldent, will not be in the city,
Thoy havo asltcd tho Commlmlon tt
postpone the date, and unless the St
Paul Interests can get hero n post
ponement may become, necessary.
It It understood that tho legal conn
sel Interested In tho organization ol
tho Northern Securities Company, Jas
J. Hill, K. H Hnrrlman. J P .Morgan,
former President Hajcs of tho South
ern Pacific, President Hurt or tint
Union Pacific and J C Stubbs trnlllc
dliector for the Ilarrlman lines, have
btcn asked to attend None or those
men wero subpoenaed Inn Darius
Miller said that ho expected to respond
to the commission's request nnd It Is
piesumed that others will do the same.
It is also tho purpose or tho commls
slon to Inqulro Into tho purchase of tho '
Southern Pacinc by tho Union Pacific, I
nnd Into all that has transpired with-1
in tho last venr as tending to bIiovv tho !
working of tho community of Inter
ests Idea Itnllroad men havo been
gtve,n to understand Hint tho Inrestl I
gntju Into rate matters Is not for tho
purpose ai uii.icting punishment upon
any one. but simply In tho line or In
vestlgatlon ror raits nnd dntn. This Is
understood as conflimlng tho purpose
or the Prcsldt nt to send a special nios
fnge to Cougrcss
CIIOATU LUAVliH Tllii LAW,
New York, Jan 2 Alter a contin
uous service or nearly unir u concur
Iu the law tlrm of Hi arts, Choatu k
Ilea man, Joseph il. Choato has with
diawn, unci tcmporarll), at least, will
discontinue tho practice or law. Choato
( amnionic h.v. his Intuition to his us
Hocla.cu some time ago, giving as bis
lcasoii that his duties of state ns Km-
liriHKllilnr frntn thn lfnlfml Kin, ..a t
rjugland have prevented his active I
puriiL-ipaiiiin in mo unairs oi mo part
nership lor tho last two cars and
that these duties would consume so
much of his tlmo for several jcars to
comu that It would bu impossible ror
lilin to pursue his law practice. An
othei reason was that tho recent
deaths of William M. Evuris, Charles
C llcamnn and Proscott Hnll Ilutler
would neccssltato n chango In tho
film name, and ho urged that this
should be dune
UlifcliHPOItD IB CQUtliltY.
Now York, Dec 31. A cablegram
Iu tho Sun from Loudon says Iho
Unzetto announces that tho King hni
appointed Lord Jlaicua Ileruslord as
extra equerry of Ills Majesty's tlior
oiighbrcd stud. Tho appolutiuent In
vests with olllclal dignity tho position
which Lord lloieuford has pilvatcly
occupied slnco ho relinquished that of
otntlal starter or tho Jockey Club in'
1890. Ho will thus continue to super
intend tho royal stud farm at Woiver
ton tho training stablca at Newmar
ket and tho buying and selling of
noises for Ills Majesty. Tho announce
ment Is Interpreted ns an Indication
of the Kings intention to renew act
Ivc pationai.0 or tho tuif. from which
In vvlthdiovv on his mother's death, It
does not appear, however, that ho will
tnco In his own name.
Copenhagen, Doc 31 It has been
learned upon the best authority that
tho treaty between tho United States
and Denmark for tho salo of the Dan
ish West Indies will bo signed In splto
of tin' agitation herq agiihut such nc
tlon, ns tho Danish Government has
given Its promise to this ejid. Tho
question of n phblHclto will not be al-le-vvcd
to Inierlero In tho matter.
A Safe and Sur Core for
Cramps Coughs Drulsoe
Diarrhoea Colds Durns
Sprains and Strains.
Qlres Imtnnt relief.
Two ibf , S5c. and 51c
Onlont I'ln Killer, Porry Dnvls'.
FORMAL OFFER MADE
, TO SELL AT $10,000,000
Roosevelt Will Transmit Proposition
to Congress Canal is Now
Purely Legislative Aflajr
in His Estimation.
Washington, Jan 4 A formal pi op
celtlon to sell the Panama innil prop
erties to the Government or the Inlted
States ror (10,000,000 today was sub
mlttcd to tho authorities here It was
mado by M Houcfve. representing the
crmpnny. to Admiral Walker as chnlr
man or the Isthmian Canal Commis
sion. M Uoutve ncted under cable in
stitutions received today frinu tho
Panama canal ofllclals at Paris. Ad
miral Walker hi ought the pioposltlon
tn tho knowledge of the Secular) 01
State and the Picsldent. going direct
1) to the State Department ror that
Tho submission or this otter cairlei
out a plan which bus been under con
sidcratlnn for the last two weeks Tho
(list step was taken when M Hutln re
tired fiom tho presidency or the Pan
ama Canal Company This brought
about an entile rhaugc In the ogrro
ment, the main renturc or the ch.ingo
being that thoso In authority desired
to mako a definite offer or the 1'nnaum
piopcrtlcs to tho Government ror tin,.
O00.U00. Thero havo been numcions
meetings at Paris with this end In
view, but the one vv tilth brought about
this final proposition was hold venter
ilny In substance, tho notification de
livered to Admlinl Walker was as fol
"Tho Panama Canal Companv de
clares Itseir leady to transler to tho
Government or tho United StatiH nn
pigment or 1 10.000 000 Its properties
pud loneosBlims. estimated at that
amount lij tho Isthmian Canal Com
mission in conformity with the
terms and conditions or the estimates
or said commission "
Except to submit the proposition Iu
tho foregoing terms there was no dis
cussion with Admiral Walker as to
what further stops wore lllccl tn ho
taken excent to lirlnc the nrnnnsltlnti
to the attention of tho Secrotnry of
Stntc njul tho President
"It can bo stated that the President
v III communicate tho proposition to
Congress This course will ho pursued
IietniiHO the Administration holds that
the canal question is now purely onu
foi legislative dotctmlnntion, nnd that
as Congrcrw Is nbout to consider tho
subject It should have possession of
all facts that havo come to tho knovvl
edgo of tho executive branch.
"The olTer ns made to Admiral Wnl
l.er and Inter rnmmuniintcd to tho
President nud Secietnrj or State re
fers tn tho estimates or tho Isthmian
Commlsilon'H lopoit Tills featnio f
the commlsslnirs ropmt uppiars uneW
the caption 'Total Value of the Pan
nin a Canal and Is as rollows'
" 'Summing up tho roiegolng Items,
tho total vnliio of tho property is
frund to be Excavation ulro-idy done,
$27 474.0TIO. Panama railroad stock at
par tliSJOOOO; maps, drawings ami
records. $2.000 000 To which ndd 10
per cent to cover omissions, malting
tho total valuation of the Panama ia
Now Yoik, Dec 31 It was learned
today that Mnv or elect Low has sold
since he was elected about a million
nncl n half dollars' worth of securities
ovvneel bj him In various banks that
nie doing business with tho city, or
may seek to become depositories of
city money, so that he might not in
the loaBt embarrass tho city. Ho Is
bound, it Is said, that tho conduct or
tit) affairs shall not ho liable to tho
slightest suspicion so far as lies in
Many Ot till) Stocks sold hlld honn
held b) him for years, and nil aro said
to havo been gilt-edged securities His
filends su) that In disposing of those
immanent Investments Low mado
cc nsldcinblo of n sacrifice, as ho can
not find the equal or tomo or them as
Income prodiueis It Is said b) some
of his rrlends Hint If ho had continued
as n stockholder In tlty banks and
tiust companies ho would feel bound
l' refuso their request to retetvo city
moneys and that It would bo unjust to
somo of the strougett banks In Iho
OfTltlnl obseivanco of New Year's
day will be slnnile. Mavornlnoi !.mv
will become Mn)or Low at noon, by
operation or the thartor. Ho has al-
ready taken tho oatli or olTlco, Ho will
rccelvo visitors at his onito In tho City
Hall from noon till 12-30 o'clotk. and
then ho will swear In his nlds In of
fice. Colonel Partrldgo'wlll taka thn
oath of ofllco before tho Mayor, and
will go at onco to pollco headquarters,
whoro he will rellovo Colonol Murphy,
whoso teim will end Assistant Com
missioncr Dovcry will ho removed at
onto by Commissioner Partridge nnd
so will Deputy Commissioner York of
liiooHijii uovory will male a formal
demand on the now Commissioner for
recognition as chief of tho department,
nnd then will j;o away.
Thero wero wholesale resignations
or Tammany olllclnls today in nil
branches or tho municipal service At
least six chlers or bureaus in tho
Health Department havo been asked
TIN, Mnln 250, if you havo books to bo
mado, printing to bo done, etc, etc.,
ind wo will call. Wo havo men that
know their buslneso for that purpose.
BRADFORD REPORTS ON
PROGRESS OF LAND SUIT
If Jury's Verdict is Sustained in Bis
hop Estate Case There Will Be
$105,000 Left for Other
Washington, D C, Doc. 27. After a
controversy or two jcars, the United
States has finally secured a slto for
a naval station in tho Hawaiian 1st
rinds at what Is known as Pearl Har
bor Tho controvorsy as to tho price
to be paid Tor tho site resulted in con
dcmnntlon proceedings being instltut
cd, ns a result or which tho United
States will pay but one fourth of tho
price originally demanded.
Hear Admiral lto)nl I). Ilradford,
chief or tho Iliireau or equipment or
no rsavj made public today tho fol
lowing statement concerning tho pur
"The proceedings ror tho condemna
tion or the desired slto In Pearl liar
bor wore Instituted by tho United
States District Attornc) at Honolulu,
'pursuant to Instructions Issued ! tho
Attorney General or tho United States.
Captain J K Meny U. S N, com
mandniit at Honolulu represented the
Nnv) Department at tho proceedings.
"What the (lav eminent deslr"d was
a site on tho east sldo ot tho entrnnco
nnd on the south sldo or Pearl Harbor
on what Is known ns the Illshop Ins
tate Tho slto originally fixed upon
covoied no nrea of 800 acres. Tho es
toto fixed the value at $300 an acre,
vhleli the United States considered
exorbitant . Tho condemnation pro
ceedings were' then Instituted, under
the Inws of tho Hawaiian Islandn pro
vidlng for tho condemnation or lauds
Tor Government purposon.
"Cnptnln Merry was given some ills
erctlon as to changing tho original
boundary lines Part or tho land that
wns ver) valuable to tho tiovernment
or the Island, and not tho United
States, vvnB cut off from the original
boundaries the United States tlftvorn
mint slmpl) desiring n water front
and n belt eloop enough to utlllzo It.
Tho value or tho land Itseir depended
on the amount that was under c.tltlva
Hon or could be utilized ror tho culti
vation or sugar cane
"ir tho roportH or tho findings or the
Jurv In the condemnation proceedings
he true, hut or this I have no official
knowledge as )ct. the United States
will purchase from the Illshop nstnto
n tract or Coo acres, which, nt $73 an
acre tho price reported fixed b) tho
Jur). would mako tho purchase price
but $4.".noo Wo hnvo an approprla
Hem or $1300(10 nnd this would leave
n roslilue of tlO.000 to bo expended
for damages nnd all other expenses
The damages that would of a neees
sit) have; to be paid would bo those
In cases where a company had leaseel
a part of the ground, and hsftl It ready
for sugar cano cultivation. Repara
tion would ho demanded for such lm
piovoments "Agnln, tho United Slates Govern
ment would havo to meet tho clilms of
certain people to whom tho Govern
ment of Hawaii havo sold certain fish
Ing rights, and those would In all prob
nblllt) have to bo ndjusteel, In order to
free tlid land Included In the prospect
lie naval station slto. from nil Incum
biances " J. A. IHtncKONS.
CHOLUItA IN JAVA.
Taeomn, Wash Jnn 2 An unusu
all) virulent epidemic or cholera Is
sweeping over Java this winter, ac
cording to Colonel H 1" Hand, u Now
orh mining expert, who arrived rrom
the Orient last night on tho steamer
Kagu Mnru He hasibcen In Java
three, jenrs Ho says that tens of
thousands of natives aro d)lng ot thu
dread disease nnd thnt during Novem
ber not less than "Oou died In tho city
or Suurabaja. 'that city and Its sub
uibs aie not ko clean as most cities
whoro the Dutch rule.
In consequence, tho cholera has
gnlned an unusually strong foot hold
and It may lake years to stamp It out.
Coloml Hand does not think such nn
epidemic wholly nn unmixed evil, slnco
Iho population Is so denso that thou-
flnntlR UntlM ,tln f fntnln., nn.l ..,..
- '"' - " . IW Midi PIUIIU
tlon Voarlv lint fnr thr iln.ltl.,. n
tho population by cholern nnd plaguo
epidemics. Colonel Hand has boon Iu
Java ror an HngllBh nnd German syn
dlcnto which will start gold-mining
cii'i-ruiioiis mis year on tno Island or
PolftllOa. ftttimn mills atnntll... ....
thlnory nnd other apparatus will bo
,.,.pni.no...i i.. t.in . ,-.. , ,.
i.uii.iiiiRvii iii iiim luuiiiry icnu siuppcu
OliltVIANY HtiiNDS NOTE.
Uerlln Jnn 3 It has been iinom
dally announced hero that the Her
man Charge d'Affalres at Caracas, Heir
von Pligrlm-IIaltazzI, has handed Pres
ident Castro a note In which tho dcr
man claims against Venezuela are
cleaily dcflneil and In which n limit of
time Is set for President Castro's in
At tho same time this unofficial an
nouncement carefully points out that
tho handing or tho noto In question to
the Venezuelan President cannot he
considered nn ultimatum rrom Oer.
many, slnre tho nolo does not contain
any rerercnio to Germany's rilttire ac
tion with regard to Venezuela
Tho first game of tho Young Mei.'s
Christian Association Indoor Ilascbull
League, between tho Kvcnlng Class and
tho Iluslness Men will bo plajcd this
evening In tho gjmnaslum, beginning
at 7 30 o'clock. The line-up will be
Kvenlng Class-C. Klston, c : W
Johnson, p , J Gorman, lb ; Plerson
2b., Crook, 3b , Djson, ss , airvln, rf i
Hellbron, c( , Curtis. If.
Iluslness Men J. Waterhouse c , 1
Atherton, p, II Hn)mond, lb, J
Waterhouse 2b", C II Cooke, 3b, U
II Clarke, ss II Penhallow rf , A 1.
Ilror-k, ef , M A Check, If,
Home Medical Batteries
HAWAIIAN ELECTRIC CO., Ltd.
KINd STREET, NEAR ALAKEA,
llllv -- U0'-' - N' - (lB
W1 ) kxf '
M rwfiii I j wj
"If )ou don't want whlsUty to
the bttt of uhitkcv
" 1 do lady, b jt'whcn a fellow
Cyrus Nodlu. '
W. C. Peacock &
Metropolitan Meat Co.,
Fresh Alcats and Pish (
by Every Steamer
From the Coast that has Cold Storage.
Choice Beef, Veal, Mutton.
(H Lamb and Pork always
Meo Poultry, Salmon and Halibut.
FOR SALB AT
PORTABLE TRACK COMPLETE
30 inch Gauge 14 lbs flails
36 inch Gauge 20 lbs Rails
Por wale In quantities to
Hult by i- j- j- j-
H. Hackfield & Co., Limited
The Germania Life
uf mtvv rutm,
Paid to Policy Holilers bIiico I8C0 ror Denth Claims., :i,373,4C9 C5
l"or Matured Policies 7,G07,C08 27
Dlv Iclciiela and Surrenders 13,099,134 37
Total , $ir.,57,212 29
Manager ror Hawaiian Islands. JUDD BUILDING.
OAHU CARRIAGE MF'G CO., Ltd.
1170 Itlvep Street.
Bet. Ucretimla and Pnunlil.
P. O. Uox 078.
lubber Tires put on in Satis
W. C. Achi & Co.
AND DEALERS Hi
Wo will Our or Sell Real Estate In
all parts of the group.
Wo will Sell Properties on Reason-
10 WEST KINQ STREET.
"niectrlclty Is Life," say the most
eminent medical authorities, and the
wonderfut results In allaying pain anf
suffering through tho agency of thw
medical battery aro known universal
ly. Many simple, aliments may bo suc
cessfully treated, and by using the
battery under tho advice ot a physi
cian the most serious chronic diseases
can bo cured.
Wo will give a book containing full
directions for the treatment of over
one hundred different diseases, gratis.
Price of Battery Complete,
get the best of )ou, )ou mujt get
't oaly got a nickel he can t buy
The Metropolitan Market, King St., Tel. 45.
1 he Booth, Fishmarket, Telephone 379.
Central Market. Nuuanu St.. Telephone 104.
75c pep month
$1.00 pep yeap
Fine Carriages, Wagons and
TmCkS. Repair Work a
All orders promrtly attended to.
Only competent help employed.
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