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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, IF T., THURSDAY. JAN 16, 150t
Home Medical Batteries
SPECIAL SALE OF
TAN KID GLOVES, $1.00
Pull line of alcs
In l.escuro ami Antoinette, four but
ton, guaranteed genuine French hid.
Homo trlmmoil with benvy black
fdltchlng nml some with self colored
Ktltchlng reduced to $1 per pair,
Same gloves wltlf clasps sell for
BLACK OR WHITE,
Two clasp gloves in black or white.
"Tho Mascot" dressed kid,
$1,50 per pair
u'Mti iitiiirnaDfiil Muntceteer. Imnort
ed kid gloes, 20 button, regular prlco
$2.50. On account of overstock wo
reduce them to
$1.50 per pair
SILK WALKING GLOVES, 75c
I'nro silk walking gloves, with large
buttons, well made, fingers doublet tip
ped, guarantco ticket with each pair.
DRIVING GLOVES, $1.50
Red or tan driving gloves, cable
sewn, with gussets, two clasps.
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REMNANT SALE POPULAR
The holiday accumulation of remnants from tho different departments,
which were placed on sale are molng rapidly. Yet there, are many fine
Inducements still on tho table.
THE GOODS OFFERED
arc all standard materials, not an accumulation of years, but of tho last few
weeks, and It will bo to your Interest to make Bomo purchases. They consist
of beautiful shirtwaist materials, holoku materials, lawns, linens, dress
goods, laces, embroideries, flannels, woolen goods nnil others at a greatly
Sachs' Dry Goods Co., Ltd,
luianld Clin ctnmnr.1, nntl .irnv'ttnfa flin
nutritive elements from getting Into
the blood The stomaih finally rebels
against rood nnd the result is d)spep i
ln Tin Hitters will strengthen the
nerves mid cure dyspepsia, constipa
tion, biliousness, flatulency, also ere
uti a hem t) appetite purlf the blood
nnd build up the system He sure
to try it
l:lectrlclty Is Life,1 say the most
eminent medlcnl authorities, and the
wonderful results In allaying pain ant
suffering through tho agency of thw
medlrnl battery aro known universal
ly Man) simple ailments may be sue
cessfully treated, and by using thf
battery under the advice of a physi
cian the most serious chronic diseases
can bo cured.
We will glc a book containing full
directions for the treatment of over
one hundred different diseases, gratis.
Price of Dattery Complete,
HAWAIIAN ELECTRIC CO., Ltd,
KINQ STREET, NE4R ALAKEA.
Metropolitan Meat Co.,
THE STATE DINING ROOM IN THE WHITE HOUSE.
'II lit nIMi dining loom In tin executive iiuiiiii.ui ill Wimhltigloti will In
tested l'i Its ftillct iiipuclt.v during the coming wlutir Not out) will I'rct
do nl mid Mr" UoikcvcII gle the tuMumni.v niiiiibir nf ultlcliil linniict, but
they will entertain, It Is Hiilil. ii large i number of pci-Minnl guests tluiu the
White lluusc has seen fur until) jeiin
TUGS AND PILOTS KEPT
ON THE GO YESTERDAY
Moana, Alameda and Eureka Ee-
part Two Big Ships Arrive
and the Siwall
Theo. Ii. Davies & Co., Ltd.
SOLE AGENTS for
Alsen Portland Cement
Roche Harbor Lime : :
Dick's Balata Belting ;
Yesterday was a busy one for the
pilots and two tugs as there were
many ships on the move nnd all .lad
their hands full. In the morning there
OFFICERS ELECTED AT
MEETING LAST NIGHT
Herbert Mossman Gives Advice- In
Union Is Only Safety of "Poo
las" D. Kaeo Chosen
The Longshoremen's Iibor I'nlon
was permanently organized at a meet
ing held in the drill shed last evening
when about two hundred wharf "bor-
were two vessels reported off Koko ers gathered there and 133 signed tho
Head. They were tho schooner floldeu roll of the soelet). On account of bed
Shore and tho barkcntlne Newsboy. ' ntBs sessions of a number of the mill
Ikitli tugs started out and the I'carlesa tnry companies, the meeting waa Hot
got tho larger vessel, the i:ieu getting called to order until 9 o'clock In the
the schooner. Sooa after noon I ho meantime, the leaders spent their :lsie
Moana which nrrUcd tho night be- In explaining to the nat'vcj the prlvl
fore was sent out on her way to tho leges to be derived from organization.
Sound nnd she was soon followed by I) Kaeo called the meeting to ordir
me scnooner a. 11, jonnson in tow 01 ami rrcti iau.ini ncieu as mutomj
GRAND REMOVAL SALE
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, near Nuunnu.
General Merchandise. Dry Goods, Groceries.
Japanese Provisions, etc
MAGOON BLOCK, MERCHANT hTREET.
JP . O- Box 886 ZfcvaAn 2lfl
DICI HOLIDAY STOCK OF TOY8.
Many new Staylei 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 DESCRIPTION.
P O Box ws Til. it.
THE OlDbST CH V.SE FIRM IN HONOLULU.
DuUri la Flo Silks tod Grftll Llotoi. Cbtou aoi Jipinut Good! of All Klsll.
tio-it Nuuiou tlrct
Paul Illpa led In prajer and then it
was decided to proceed at once with
the election of ollliers On motion u
Hull, formerly of the pollie force, it
whs decided that the ollliers should be
a president, vice president, secret.uy.
nsslstant secretary mid treasurer.
The nominations for president weie
II. .Mossman and I) K K.ipo A tla
vote wus the result, there being G!i
the Elcu catch up with him. A couplo for each landldate. When this result
of miles off the harbor the Fearless wa8 made known. Herbert Mossman
dropped the schooner nnd started out adwinced to the platform ond wlth-
after the Men which wos leading by a dren i,i8 nanie In faor of Kaeo. This
good distance. The object of both made the election of the latter uiianl-
tugs was to get to the essel nearest mous The other olllcers elected wcra
port first. The Starbuck wits comlu; ns follows; Vice president, William
urounu mo ueau at a goon rate unu , Olepau; seiretary. Fred Knuahl, ns-
the Fearless. As the latter was engag
ed with the beboouer two easels wcio
reported off Koko Head by Lookout
Charlie. They were the ships Tllliii
U. Starbtick from San FranciBeo nnd
the German ship Agnes fiom Hamburg.
1 he nieu tried to make a sneak on
the Fearless but Captain Uroknw knew
of the coming of the two easels and
went slow with tho schooner to let
several miles ahead of the Agnes whlih
was sailing cry slowly. The Fearless
had a big handicap to overcome In a
short distance and to she was put to
work at top speed and Just nipped I ho
Kleu nut at the ship. The government
tug thcu continued on to the Agnes and
took her In tow Returning with the
Starbtick the Feurlcss hooked on to
the ship lienjamln Scwall and whipped
her out of Naval How and to sea re
turning after a hard day's work jtifaC
as the sun was Betting.
The two sailing vessels in tow of tun
tugs were passed by two big stcameri
on their way to sea. The Starbtick incl
Fearless passing tho Alameda at lUfl
lighthouse turn and tho Kleu and her
ton passing the Ilurekn outside. The
latter vessel looked like a mountain
on her way out as she was light In tho
bow nnd way out of water, and her
htern was deep so as to keep her pio
peller from racing,
Thero Is a strain of Indian blood In
Senator Quay of I'enusjlvanla, and bo
cuuso of this ho was selected by a
party of Cayuga Indians from Canada
to Introduce them to President lloosu-
velt. Tho L'nyugas went to Canada
from Now York Stato after thu revo
lutionary war, but wish to return to
this country, and It wns on this liusl
ness that thoy wished to consult tho
The Bulletin, 75cts. per month
Major Hobcit A. Foolies, equerry to
the Sultan of Johoro and at present
in charge of ills royal master's horses,
which nro stabled In Frankfort on
Muln, states that tho Sultan Intends
to visit the United States In Jnnuar)
tin tho purposo of calling on President
Itoobevelt and familiarizing himself
with olllclul lITo In Washington Tho
Sultan Is said to be IntnreBteil in ad
iiiinlstiatlvc leform and Industrial
piogress Mnjor Fookes will shoitly
take the Sultan s horses to England
to enter thorn In it number of hunts
slstnnt secretary, John
treasurer, M. Nlka,
J I). McVeigh nnd Herbert Moss
man were nominated us treasurer but
both declined the honor. Anyway, the
former was not ellglblo as he had not
signed the roll. Mosbman pleaded to
he allowed to decline, bajlug be could
do more good for the organization hy
belng an Individual member. Ho ad
vised the men to unite since by union
they would be able to resist the en
croachments of Asiatic labor in their
own field. He mill the Japanese be
longed on tlieplnn tatlons and not on
tho wharves of tho city Already, they
were working In the holds of shins and
on the wharves so that tho only work
left for others was the running of
donkey englius and the tripping of
lines ami hooks In a few months, the
Asiatics would ho In those places and
then the native Hawaiian would not b
able to llnd work in his uwn tountry.
Continuing, the s;caker said:
".Supposing that they work for the
same wages that wo do, of what In
terest are the) to the community?
They live on almost nothing, a sack
of rite will be their means of oxlst
ene for several weeks, tho balance of
their monoy they send to Japan. Wo
work for higher wages, It Is true, but
with what we earn uo support our
families; and In a small way wn arc
doing our share towards tho support
of our Institutions and thu welfare of
the community "
Mr Mosmnnn's remarks were, greet
ed with gri'at applauso bj every one.
prtscnt. His words were translated b
A committee romposed of Herbert
Mossman, chairman: John Wise, Fred
Knuahl, Wm Allpau. Captain Hall,
Paul IC HI pa and Cnptaln Nithora Hlpa
was appointed hj the pr.sident to
draft a constitution and bv-l.twH, and
report at tho not meeting The com
mitteo will meet on tho Paelllr Mall
doi It next Snturdav at noon.
The next regular meeting of thn
union will ho held on Wednesday, Jan
tiurj SI, at 7 30 in tho evening at tho
The Bulletin, 75 cents per month.
lulled States Attoine.v Dunne yes
tenia) nfteiuoon filed Ills motion Tor u
new trial in the inse or tin I'nlted
I Slates vs tin Honolulu Plantation
Compnn) I lie notii i- linn motion are
of great length, covering perhaps fifty
typewritten tinges The suminar) oi
the gioiinds for a new tilal are given
1. Irregularis In the pick ceilings of
told rourt and the adverse parties by
which said plaintiff and petitioner wim
pcvinted fiom having a tall trial,
'1. Accident nnd surpilse, which or
dinar) prudent c lould not have guard
3 New I) discovered evidence, mate
lint fur said plaintiff nnd petltlunei,
which It could not Willi leasonnble dili
gence have discovered and produced
at the trial.
4. InsilUU lenc) of the evidence to
JiiKtlf) said venllct.
0. Hint said verdict Is against tho
law nnd the evidence!.
(i. lirors lu law occurring nt the
tilal and excepted to by said plaintiff
7. Irregularis In the proceedings of
S. Misconduct of the Jury.
9 IZxccksIvc and iiure-asonable and
inconsistent compensation or damages,
attempted to be awarded b) said ver
dict. The motion sets out nlso a large
number of assignment of errors, being
based upon the exceptions taken by
the plaintiff to tho rulings of the Couit
on the ndmlssion nnd refusal to tako
uvldcncc. Affidavits by Captain Pond
and by I.. I.. McCaudles accompany
the petition tor new trial. Captain
Pond swears to the material facts set
out in tho motion itself, alleging mis
conduct on thn part of tho Jury, in
that they visited thu land without a
sworn officer, and alleging also that
the Jury was Irregular in that L. F
Preseott became ill nnd Ills place was
title cl by M M. Kohn It Is nlleged
also that the said Kohn did not visit
tho site, nnd consequently his know),
edge of tho tnsu was not the same as
that of the other eleven men.
He attacks the new Juror also on
the ground that lie was not Impartial
nnd was In fact biased In favor of do.
fondant In this behalf thu petitioner
alleges that Hatch & Sllllman were, at
torneys Tor said Kohn. and that they
appeared In his behalf In the Circuit
Couit In tlie case or I J S Ta)lor vs
M M. Kohn.
The nowly discovered evldenro Is
given In the nllldnvlt of Mr. McCnntl-
lesB, who sa)s that he dug tho well ou
the condemned ground and that nt that
time an attempt was being made by a
Chinaman to grow rice upon said land
but It proved a failure. That on ne
count of said ralluin Henry Macrarlanu
took possession or tho land unci also
attempted to grow rice nnd tnro, but
ho was also unsuccessful
Tho petitioner also alleges that the
evidence dltl not sustain n finding of
damages to exceed $50,000 for thn
leasehold Intel est unci that thero was
no showing of nny nature ns to Im
provements, and that the finding to
tho amount of Jin.L'Ofc wns wholly tin.
warranted ami inconsistent with tho
evident e. The motion refers nlso to
the refusal of thu Court to allow the
Instructions asked b) plaintiff
Fresh Meats and Pish
by Every Steamer
From the Coast that has Cold Storage.
Choice Beef, Veal, Mutton.
i Lamb and Pork always
Also Poultry, Salmon and Halibut,
The Metropolitan Market, King St., Tel. 4$.
FOR SALB AT 1 he Booth, Fishmarket, Telephone 379.
Central Market. Nuuanu St., Telephone 104.
Evening Bulletin, 75c per month
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BIG SHIRT WAIST SALE
FOR ONE WEEK ONLY. ALL WAISTS MARKED
BELOW COST, CALL AND EXAMINE THEM.
A. A. MONTANA,
Lending DrcHniiilcln(J Houhc nml Millinery Pnrlors.
Arlington Illock, Hotel 8t. II. Pi DAVISON, Mnnnger.
A BROAD VIEW.
When n person photographs a wldi
building, u large group, a landscape or
niarlno view, he should have a broad
view which an ordinary camera does
not alToid, because its vision is limited
to about 00 degrees In extent. Tor this
reason tho "ANVIsta Panoramic Ca
mera" is tho onl) one practical for
scenic photography. Its vision, which
tho swing lens alToids, Is of 180 de
grees. Send to Honolulu Photo Sunnlv
The rich peoplu of the west are very
fond of building schools, hospitals or
other public worl.8 at their own ex
pense. In such cases tho building
usually contains a tablet In their lion
or or their portrait In oil being In a
conspicuous place. China In ancient
times had llUo-mluded philanthropists
of means who built uslums fur tho
geu, wiuows- orpnunnges, hospltnlb
and free dispensaries, In the cold
weather soup kitchens were opeued.
bridges were built and repaired
These are all evidences of public splr
it nnd a benevolent henrt In recent
)enrs Hood and famine have called
forth similar examples of munificent
donations to relief limits Our Chi
tiese do not eomo behind the foreign
ers In these respects. Tine there is
often too much doubt In their mind
regnidlng the disposal of charitable
funds nnd hence they hesitate to sub
senile Jinny llch men nro coming
forward now to build sthools ITul
TH E E V E Nl N G BULLE T I N
r TUB OLDhST HAWAIIAN DAILY PAPER
A KlONDYKt fO ADVKTIStBS Jljijltjljljlji
The Germania Life Insurance Company,
OF NEW YORK.
Pnld to Policy Holders since 18C0 for Death Claims.. (24,373,469 CS
Tor Matured Policies 7.007,608 27
Dividends nnd Surrenders 13,699.131 37
Total 15,51i,.212 29
Manager for Hawaiian Islands. JUDD DUILDINO.
Why They Are Alive.
"rp In Wisconsin there Is n tribe,
of Indians that cat twolvo weals n tiny
ot (Jownmcut expense."
"I'll bet n dollar tho) don't hnvo no
Vassnr st)les of cooking." CIov eland
OAHU CARRIAGE MF'G CO., Ltd.
1170 River Street.
Itet. lierctunln nnd Puunhl.
Tel. Illue 541.
P. O. Uox 078.
Rubber Tires put on in Satis
Fine Carriages, Wagons and
TrUCkS. Repnlr Work a
All orders promptly attended to.
Only competent help employed.