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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU. II. T., SATURDAY, JAN. 1J. 1J0J.
NT i IllE OF
EMI lift (MM
Home Medical Batteries
TAN KID GLOVES, $1.00
Full line of street
In I.cscuro and Antoinette, four but
ton, guaranteed genuine Trench kid.
Some trimmed with heavy black
fetltchlng and some with self-colored
stitching reduced to $1 per pair.
Same gloves with clasps sell for
BLACK OR WHITE,
Two clasp gloves In black or white.
"The Mascot" dressed Kid,
$1,50 per pair
REMNANT SALE POPULAR
The holiday accumulation of remnants from the different departments,
which were placed on sale nro moling rapidly. Yet thero are many fine
Inducements still on tho table. '
THE GOODS OFFERED
nro all standard materials, not an accumulation of years, but ofthe last few
weeks, and It will be to your Interest to mako soma purchases. They conBist
of beautiful shirtwaist materials, holoku materials, lnwnt,, linens, dress
goods, lares, embroideries, flannels, woolen goods and others at n greatly
Sachs' Dry Goods Co., Ltd,
Theo. H. Davies & Co., Ltd.
SOLE AGENTS 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, neap Nuuorru.
. Japanese Provisions, etc.
MAGOON BLOCK, MERCHANT STREET,
IP . O. Boss 886 nCalia. 2ia
G 6 0 K I M, N u u A NiLsHIB E E T
BIO HOLIDAY STOCK OF TOYS.
Many new Stayles Table Coven, Embroidered both of Grass Linen and
Embroidered Piano Covers, Silk Handkerchiefs, Etc.
Heavy Pongee Silk and White Silks, Victoria Lawn, India Lawn and
Lace of all kinds. New stock of Swiss Embroideries.
DRY. GOODS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
P O Box ri) Til. iJ.
THE OLDEST CH.. HSE FIRM IN HONOLULU.
Dul.ri lo Flat Sl'ki in) Gun lln.oi. Chin... n4 Jipan.tt CooJi ol All Claln.
tto-iit Kguiau itrMi
The Bulletin 75cts. per month
White undressed Musketeer, Import
ed kid gloves, 20 button, regular prlco
$2.60. On account of overstock vvo
reduce them to
$1,50 per pair
SILK WALKING GLOVES, 75c
I'uro silk walking gloves, with largo
buttons, well made. Angers double tip
ped, guarantee ticket with each pair.
DRIVING GLOVES, $1,50
lied or tan driving gloves, cablo
sewn, with gussets, two clasps,
Diy Goods, "Groceries.
London, Jan I. The Saturday Re
view prints a remarkably free-spoken
editorial today In which It strongly
advises Great Drltaln to form a work
ing alliance with German) . In order to
check the "continued and apparently
Inevitable advance of the I'nlted States
Into South America " According to
the Review "It Is the wisest policy for
this countiv to cucouraee the advance
of Germany In the New World, is tho
most useful counterpoise to the over
whelming predominance of the Tnlted
States, which Is the only possible nut
conic of the existing political condi
tions." The. Review disclaims nil hostility
to the United States, but sajs: "Th'j
solid interests of our own people, which
Is the basis on which the United State:)
always works, Is the only suro groumi
on which to build. 'I Continuing, tho
Itevlevv s.i) n;
"If we would only remember that
the Americans arc to be bellced when
they describe themselves as actiuled
by purely business conditions , wo
would savo ourselves fioin a large
number of gratuitous humiliations an I
unprofitable speculations In stocks
having no real market alue, lz.. fie
presumed gratitude, of political mid
commercial rlvnls. With a strong Kuro
pean power established in the south
and n great world power In the noith,
the too exuberant aspirations of I'an
Amcrlcaulsm would bo checked fat
ing our empire from a grac menace "
In conclusion, the Review polntj out
that the United States will Inevitably
gobble mi the weak turbulent xtnt.il
southward, when It is certain to for
mulate n rail-American tariff union
ngalnst the remainder of the world,
and then, controlling Cuba, l'orto Ul
co and the Isthmian canal. (oiifi the
Caribbean sea Into an American Ijke.
BREAK MONTE CARLO BANK
New Yoik, Jan. 4. A cablegram tu
the Woild rrom .Monto Cailo says:
Everybody thought on Wednesday
that the Earl of Rossi n would soon
leave Monto Carlo with his renowned
svstem for breaking the bank thor
oughly smashed. Dut today moio cap
Itai arrived, and Rossljn Is again con
fldent that he will soon compel tlin
bank to cry for morcy.
It la reported that, ho won $33,nno on
Thursday, and about 114.000 more by
rriuay noon, nut really uobody can
toll how he stands. Close friends of
Uosslyn say that $."u.OUO was bi ought
Into tho syndicate by a millionaire
maker of bromo seltzer on Friday.
Never has such a sensation been
cicatcd bore. In the hotels, on the
trains, on tho promenade and In tho
restaurants nothing Is talked of but
tho Uosslyn Bystem. The Monte Cap
lo authorities have tho jouug lotd un
der closo surveillance cveiy Instant
lest un attack by some crank, or an
accident, Bhould give rise to tho ru
mor that ho had been murdered In or
der not to havo tho establishment
LI8BRTY IS ELL TRAVELS.
Philadelphia, Jan. 6. The old Lib
erty Hell, accompanied by Major Ash-
bridge and an official escort of Clt
Councllmen and city department
heads, stnrtcd on its Journey to tin-
Charleston Exposition nt o'clock this
morning. As tho special train left the
Pennsylvania station n snlute of Tweii-ty-ono
guns was fired at the League
Island Navy Yard.
Harrlsburg. Pa., Jan. 0. The vas
sago of the Liberty Dell through Har
rlsburg today 'was not maikcd by any
formal greeting on tho part of tho
city oftlclals and organizations Union
station, however, and other points of
vantage from which tho pieclous relic
nmtl.l tin "lAlt rwl It itft Atstl ,Ia.I flfit.
egatlon of citizens from Carlisle and
other points In tho Cumbciland valley
met tho train heio to act as an i-scort
through that region. I'hls Is tho first
time the bell has ever gono through
tho historic valley and prepaiatlons
havo becu made in every town and
hamlet along tho route to accord It n
The Bulletin, 75 cents per month.
na pa Ka Pa ra la Mj Ha f-a n ra r-s fz "i ps r pjj a Pa mi ra Ft M
Nicaragua Canal Bill
By House of Representatives
Washington, Jan. !. Tho Hepburn
Nicaragua canal bill passed the House
late this afternoon by practically a
unanimous vote. Only tvvo members
out of 311) voted against It. Messrs.
Fletcher (It.) of Minnesota and I.ns
sltur (O.) of Virginia vvero tho only
two casting negative votes. j
Tho opposition1 to committing the
novernuient to the Nicaragua route at
tempted to secure, amendments to
lodge with tho President the discre
tionary power to purchaso anil com
plete the Panama canal If It could be
purchased lor $40,000.1100, Tho test
camo on tho first vote, wlien tho advo
cates of an altcrnatlvu route, pollml
102 against 170 votes At each sue
tending vote their strength dwindled,
until Cannon of Illinois, under whoso
leiidrshlp tho light was made, was un
able to get tho ayes and noes on n mo
Hon to recommit. All cither amend
ments failed, and the 1)111 was passed
.Mittly us It came Irom tho commit
tee. None of tho votes except that on
tho final passage of the bill was a rec
ord vote The debate, which preceded
tho talcing of the final vote, was mailn
menioiable by a clash between Hop
'turn, the nuthnr of tho bill, and Can
non chairman of the Appropriations
''omniitteo On scvet.il previous no
caslons they have measured svvnidH
over canal legislation. Two years ngo
a similar bill was passed by a vote of
224 to 3
The bill as passed today authorizes
tho President to secure from tho
stateaof Cpsta Ilea and Nlcaiagua, in
behalf of tho United Stales, control of
Mich a poitlon of territory belonging
to said stutcs as may bo desirable and
upsets the stnmnch and prevents the
nutritive elements from getting Into
the blood. The stomach finally rebels
against rood and the result Is lspep
Bin. The Hitters will ktiengthen tho
tunes and euro dyspepsia, constipa
tion, biliousness, flatulency, also cre
ate a hearty appetite, iiurlf j the blood
and build up tho system. He sure
to to It.
TIE 1 II
New York, Jan S A dispatch to the
Herald from Nantucket Lightship, oft
the coast of Massachusetts, given an
act mint of the manner In which Cap
tain .lorgensen of the llghtsjilp learn
ed of the Illness and death or his
daughter thtough the vviielrss tele
graph s)stcm. Sajs the dispatch.
"Informed b wireless telegraph) of
I lie death of lUs daughtei on the main
hind, and ct kept nn unwilling in Id
oner for seven ehijs because of the
extremely rough sea. which prevented
Incoming steamerH from taking him
(IT, Captain Jurgcnscn of the lightship
finally siucieded in gcttlug on board
the steamship Astoria, which will iai
ry him asbnie Life on the stoini
swept lightship hns been almost im-
I bearable for Captain Joigensen since
the receipt of the llrst news of bis
The girl who was only 1? jimis of
age, had been III fioni the effects of
vaccination, at her home in llralntrce.
.Mass. News of hrr condition since sh-'
was llrst taken 111 had been dallj
Unshed to her father at his lonely pott
by means of tho Marconi Hjstetn As
the dally bulletins told of her lapld
loss of stiength and the piemonltor)
s.wnptoms of lockjaw, which llnall)
developed. Captain Jorgensen's dls
tlcss of mind became greater ln b
day' At last came a dispatch an
nouncing her death on December 30.
Although the seas rolled ncarb s
high as ever on January 3d, he re
solved to make a desperate effort to
get ashore. Almost a huirlrane vvns
blowing at the time, but a message was
flashed to the shore for the lighthouse
tender Azalea to take Mm off. Slie
approached to within a few hundred
yards of the lightship, but the tie
nicndous force of the seas finally pre
vonted her getting near enough in
take tho captain off Messages weia
sent to Captain Jorgenn'ii's famll) to
delay the funeral as long us possible,
although he had almost given up hops
of getting ashore In time to attend it.
Not until this week was It ntiwitlo
for any of the Incoming steamers to get
riear the lightship to enyble Captain
I Jensen o make the perilous Jour
ney finm the lightship to the sti'iunc
In a small boat.
"Is it a high church?"
"I dont Know. How do ou tell"
"Well, by tne minister's vestments.
Icn one thing"
"I guess It's n high church, all right.
The minister's ti misers tame only to
his Uncos tho day I saw him." Life
necessary, on which to excavate- eon
struct and protect n luh.iI suitable to
tlie wants of modern nnvlgatlrn and
rommeren and appioprlatcs such a
sum as may bo nee essary to sec urn tho
control of the snld Teirltory.
Section two authoiize-s the Presi
dent, after securing control of the
needed territory, to direct tho Socie
tary of War to construct such n canal
Irom tho Cariuiiean tcn at a point nenr
Oreytown, In Nicaragua, by way ot
Lake Nicaragua, to a point on the Pa
el lie ocean near Hrlto, aim also to con
struct proper harbors lit tlio terminal
of said canal, and to mako ncccssar)
provisions foi tho defense of the canal
Sections 3 and 4 authorlzo tho Prus
blent to mako such surveys ns may be
necessary, and tn employ sucn persons
in constructing tho canal as may to
him heem vvImc nnd directs that itl the
eoni.tiuctlon of tho canal tlm river San
Jiiun nnd l.alie Nicaragua shall be
iiM'cl ub far us they uic available.
Section 5 nutborlzea the Pr-sldent
to guainntce to tho states of Costa HI
c a and Nicaragua the umo of tho canal
and hnibois upon terms to bo agreed
upon lor vei.sels owned by citizen
The last section miihes n presint ap
piopiiatlon of $KMii i) Mm lo entry on
this work, nnd entliurizen tne Sccio
tary of Wnt to enter Into proper enn
traits lor inateilnl and worli as may
bo deemed necessaiy thoictor, siuli
work an" material to be paid lor as
appropriations mav be nude trom tlmn
tn time. This section lives tho aggre
gate) cost at $1sii(iuiiiiiui to bo diawn
tiom the Treasuiy on warrants of tho
Washington Jan 7 Itepi.scnta I
tlvo Cooper of Wisconsin chairman
of the House Committee on Insular
Affairs, today Introduced a bill giving
a complete form of civil government
for the Philippines, to begin Janu
ary 1 1901 with n Governor appoint
ed by the President, a Legislature of
two houses, and with two Philippine
Commissioners to represent the Fill
plno people nt Washington. In other
iiBpeets the Cooper bill follows that
of Senator Lodge, heretofore summar
ized hut In the Important features nt
establishing a civil government after
January 1. 1B04, Cooper's measure en
lniges on the bill drnvvn at the War
Dcpaitment and Introduced by Lodge.
In framing n form of civil govern
ment for the Philippines, Cooper fol
lows lecommcndatlons of Ihe Pnlllp
pine Commission Section u continues
the authority of the Commission until
Jnnuary 1, 1'JOI. nt which time the now
civil government is to come Into ex
The upper brnncb of the Legislature
is called the Council, and Is tu consist
of five nntlvc Filipinos, appointed by
the President The lower house Is
colled the House of Delegates, and
consists of thirty membeis, elected
ever) two )enrs b) the vote of tho
Philippine people. The'cpiatllicatlons
of voters arc that the) shall bo ovet
21 yeais or age. shall be able to read
and write Spanish or English, shall
possess taxable propel ty, and shall
have resided for one )ear In tho Isl
ands, The Cooper bill makes complete pro
vision lor executive legislative and
Judicial branches of administration in
the Philippines The executive lirnneu
nr the government Is lo bo conducted
b) 11 (lovernor. assisted by n Cabinet
or bod) of executive olllccrs consist
ing ol a Secretary of administration.
Attorni') (leneral. Treasurer Auditor,
Commissioner of Interior and Conimls
slouer of IMucatlon The Coventor Is
to be appointed b) the President for
u teim of four )enrs and Manila It
made the lieaelciunrtrr of ttie central
administration The members of the
Oovcinor'H Cabinet also ate to be tip
pointed by tile President lor teinis of
No peiEon holding a military or civil
position under the United otntes Is el
igible for membership In toe Legisla
ture. As to the powers of the Philip
pine l.eglstatuie. sertlon '.' provides
that the legislative power "shall ex
tend to all rightful subjects of legis
lation not Inciiuslxtcnl with this nit
m wltli the laws of the United Stntes
'Ihe two commissioners who are tn
lie sent to Washington nn- to lie se
lee ted at Ihe first session of the Leg
islature by .Joint vote of the twei
houses When In Vvasblngtou the
Philippine Commissioners shall lie en
titled to nlllcinl recognition nt all de
partments, upon presenting their cre
dentials to the Department of State
A BROAD VIEW.
When n person photographs a tvI.1i
building, a huge gioup, a landscape or
marine view, lie should Jiavo a broad
view which an oidlnary camera doe
not afford, because Its vision Is limited
to about CO degrees In extent. For thlj
reason the "Al-Vlsta Panoramic Ca
mera" Is the only one practical for
scenic photography. Its vision, which
the BWlng lens affords, is of 180 de
grees. Rend tn Honolulu Photo Supply
Co. for catalogue.
MORH AERIAL TRIPS.
New YorK. Jan 5 A rahle to the
World from Monaco savs M Santos
Pumont arrived hero today llu said
"Unfortunately. I was unable to come
earlier, though I did my best in order
to honor the request of Senator and
Mrs Depew who expressed a desire
lo meet me before they left the Itl
viera. Our two tialns passed half-way
between Monaco and I'arls."
M. Santos Diiinunt called Immediate
ly upon the Prince, who kept the nero
limit to lunehe-on Afteiwnrd both
diove to the spot where tho gient bal
loon nliel Is fast appioachlng comple
tion. M. Santori'Dumont expects to
resume his experiments In nlr navlga
tlun within u fortnight
Joah Hillings Two enemies lo one
friend lz about tho rite dose tew malm
n man snkcei-sful.
Henry H. Williams
Tim PROGRIIKSIVn UNDURTAKUR
OP i HONOLULU WITH 1 THE
a specialty. . .
The vetv la et methods
emplovtJ in ur ng fr tlm
de.ij. A'ulU'okof the bet
ai.d up-to-Jjte undertaking
goods an J paraphemada.
Phone, Vain O4.
HAWAIIAN ELECTRIC CO., Ltd.
KINO STREET, NEAR ALAKEA.
Metropolitan Meat Co.,
Fresh Meat 8 and Pish
by Every Steamer
From the Coast that has Cold Storage.
Choice Beef, Veal, Mutton,
( Lamb and Pork always
Also Poultry, Salmon and Halibut.
The Metropolitan Market, King St., Tel. 4$.
FOR SALB AT Ihe Booth, Fishmarket, Telephone 379.
Central Market. Nuuanu St.. Telephone 104.
Evening Bulletin, 75c pep month
PORTABLE TRACK COMPLETE
30 inch Gauge 14 lbs Rails
36 inch Gauge 20 lbs Rails
i:or Hale In qunntttlcs to
nult by t- t- I- t-
H. Hackfield & Co,, Limited
Tel. Main fill.
BIG SHIRT WAIST SALE
FOR ONE WEEK OHLY. ALL WAISTS MARKED
BELOW COST. CALL AND EXAMINE THEM,
A. A. MONTANA,
Lending Drcssnmklncv House (in el Millinery Pnrlurn.
Arlington Block, Hotel St. II. Fi DAVI8QN, Mnnngcr.
The Germania Life
OF NEW YOHK.
Paid to Policy Holders slnco 1SC0 for Death Claims... $24,373,409 CS
Tor Matured Policies 7,507,008 27
Dividends nnd Surrenders 13,099,134 37
Total $15,571,212 29
Manager for Hawaiian Islands JUDD BUILDINQ.
OAHU CARRIAGE MF'G CO., Ltd.
1170 River Street.
Bet. Bcretanln nnd Pnunhl.
Tel. Blue B4I.
P. O. Box 078.
'tibber Tires pat on in Satis
and 1148 Fort St.,
KeslJence UT5 Tort St., below Vineyard.
"Electricity Is Life," say the most
eminent medical authorities, and the
wonderful results In allaying pain anr
suffering through tho agency of thw
medical battery arc known universal
ly Many slmplo aliments may be suc
cessfully treated, and by using thf
battery under tho advlco of a physi
cian tho most serious chronic diseases
ciui bo cured.
We will give a book containing full
directions for the treatment of over
one hundred' different diseases, gratis.
Price of Dattery Complete,
$1.00 per year
Postofflcc Uox G7
Fine Carriages, Wagons and
TrUCkS. Repair Work a
All orders promptly attended, to.
Only competent help employed.
onu merits &
Remember there Is no other
AR. WILLIAMS connected
with this establishment ; so
make no more mistakes.
Phone and Night Call, White 1811.