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nVHNINO nULLCTIN, HONOLULU, It. T., WEDNESDAY JAN 22, I902.
TAN KID GLOVES, $1.00
Full lino ot ICH
In Lcscure and Antoinette, four but
ton, gulVrantced genulno Kronch Kid.
Somo trimmed with heavy black
(ditching and some with self colored
Ntltchlng reduced to $1 per pair.
Same gloves with clasps bcII for
BLACK OR WHITE,
Two clasp gloves In black or white.
"The Mascot" dressed Mil,
$1,50 per pair
REMNANT SALE POPULAR
The holiday accumulation ot remnants from tho different departments,
which were placed on snlo nro moving rapidly. Yet thcro nro many flno
Inducements still on tho table.
THE GOODS OFFERED
nro all standard materials, not nn accumulation of years, but of the last few
weeks, nud It wilt be to )our Interest to mako somo purchases. They consist
of beautiful shlttwnlst materials, holoKu materials, lawns, linens, dress
goods, laces embroideries, llamiuls, wuolen goods and others at a greatly
Sachs' Dry Goods Co., Ltd,
Theo. H. Davies & Co., Ltd.
SOLE AUENTS for
Alsen Portland Cement
Roche Harbor Lime : :
Dick's Balata Belting :
ADVANCE SPRING SALE
Commencing today wo will offer to tho public our new lino of sprlug
goods consisting of
COLLARS. CUFFS, SHIRTS, NECK
WEAR, HOSIERY, UNDERWEAR,
as well as many other specialties.
CALL AND SEE THEM.
RolilnHon Block, Hotel Street.
General Merchandise. Dry Goods, Groceries
Japanese Provisions, etc
MAQOON BLOCK, MERCHANT STREET.
! . O- Box 886 2iviEa.ixx 2lf
DIG 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 GOODS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
P O Box j..j. Til, il
THE OLDEST Clb. 'BE FIRM IN HONOLULU.
OiIr to Flo Stlki acd Criti Llntm. Chlntit nl Jpioi Good of All Kto4t
tiott Nuutnu ttrttt
4 . The Bulletin, 75cts. per month
White undressed Musketeer, Import
ed kid gloves, 20 button, regular price
$2.30. On account of ocrstock wo
reduce thctn to
$1.50 per pair
SILK WALKING GLOVES, 75c
I'tiro silk walking gloves, with largo
buttons, well mado, lingers double tip
ped, guarantco ticket with each pair.
DRIVING GLOVES, $1.50
Red or tan driving gloves, cable
sown, with gussets, two clasps,
BY WARDEN 11ENRY
W. 0. T. U. Holds Monthly Meeting
Accepts Invitation to Join
Anti-Saloon League Movement-Mrs.
It Is probable the mass meeting to
be held under tho nusplces of the Anti
Saloon league will be postponed from
next Thu sday evening, as Pastor Kin
cald may continue special sen Ices at
Central Pnlon church through the
vvecU. Warden llcnrj of Oahu prison,
besides glWng prison statistics on the
drlnl; question, will present the life
stories of some of the prisoners now In
his charge. There Is much pathetic
Interest In the narratives.
Mr. Westcrvclt, chairman of com
mittee, yesterday In person extended
an Invitation to the V. C. T. I' to
participate In the meeting. Mrs. J M.
Whittle), president, strongly commend
ed the movement to the aid and sym
pathy of the members This was at
tnc monthly meeting of the Woman's
Christian Temperance t'nlon.
The president read a story bj Mrs
J K. Ilarnc). superintendent of the In
ternational association's in If on work.
Miss Mary Oreen reported on her
visitations to occupants of police sta
tion cells, for which the nuthorltlel
tendered her nil facilities.
Miss Novvtomb succeeded Mrs Aus
tin ns secretary of the Mower mission
which makes vvcckl) visits to the hos
pitals The president read a letter from Su
sanna M t). I'rje. vice president of the
International W C. T V . In response
to a letter from Mrs. Whitney where
in the latter bad expressed Indignation
that In the vice president's annual re
port sho had mentioned that the only
places not contributing to the Frances
Wlllard Memorial Fund for organizing,
were Alaska and Hawaii Mrs Whit
ney explained that Hawaii had cer
tainly done Its part In temperanco
work, and as for the Memorial Fund
that matter had never bee- ' ougn. to
the attention of the local body Mrs
Fre stated theie had bcrn no Intent to
belittle the work of the Honolulu W.
C. T l' and Hawaii was onl men
tinned with Alaska ns not having giv
en to the fund In an official wa.v Mrs.
Whltnev set fin tb In her Utter that
theie were about 12 000 white people
In a cnmmunll of 1.1U000 people aud i
ti.n. tim 1'imvii .., .i,.i., mi..i..,i..
that the l.ooi were doing mlssioiaiy
work among the other 13b 000 Net
meet lug o! the local assoilntlon will
bo devoted to the memory of Miss
Several members spoke of various
phases of work which had fallen iln
ler notice Mrs. Ilblcr spoke brief!) of
the work of the Murphy Club, nnd said
her husband had now given up all hi)
time to temperance work, nnd was sub
ject to the call of the W. C. T. U.
Mrs. Hana, a Mainland visitor, com
mented ou n lack of white ribbons In
Honolulu, sa)lng that In the States
members of the W. C. T. L. generally
wore the badge of the union. Mrs.
Whltnej said the icproof was natural,
and the ladloi should In future wear
their small white ribbons.
WHAT IS MAN7
Man Is a two-legged animal that
chews tobaccu and ujlks on the torked
Most men were boin. We never heard
of but one who wasn't, and he m
made out of mud jun for sample.
.Man Is found In most parts of the
world. He toams at will, feeds In the
day time aud sleeps at night some
He Is very tame. You can go up to
and put )our hand on I'.itn an where
so )ou don't put it on his pocketbnok
he has under such conditions been
known to kit K.
Man's life Is full of disappointment
patent medicines and cob pipes.
Ho goeth foith like a lion In tha
morning and leaves tho wood for hit
Vlfe to chop. In the evening stuaka.
homo with his pants lipped nnd raises
Cain about "hard times "
Man Is like a dog howls a great deal
and ruus aiound ut night.
Like the elephant, lie has a trunk
but he don't nlv.ii)s take It with him
tho elephant !oc,v
Men aie like nulla In one respect;
In nine cakes nut of ten where either ot
them are crooked, they have been driv
en to It b) women.
Men arc like chickens the) nhvaj
want to get on the highest roost.
No man will swear before n lady, ha
nhvaB lets her swear first.
Little things sometimes worry a man
most twins for Instance.
Man may enjoy taking his sweet
heart upon his knee, but after marriage
lie doctn t like to b" "sat upon."
Man flourishes like a ragweed today
nnd tomorrow tho undertaker has him
salted nvva) In his Icebox,
Now. ns to what man Is really good
for, authiopology Is still In the dark.
Uelng strong bo is used to drnw pic
tures, tarry news and pull revolvers.
Propn I) trained, man tan Jump higher
than any known nnlmal. Ho has even
been known to Jump mountain resort
Although In man) wn)S man Is like
other animals, In this lcspeit ho dif
fers from all He lies while standing
Too good an nitht Clioll) Why
till m,-aw send )ouh man off7
Algy- He tletl me fnli-ln-hand so
smooth it look d like ono of thoss
wead) -made ones "Jlx
. (SB IIIKItll M JI I UUI
Is!v4 )V(ir"vcrorc TftttortliUiiiilkkctfl.
rVA'n nuwamleAiyilHn 5enJMump
th-M ami vft tiiall ImiriicllmiM. tctlmoni-
alit mill ftiitl FRFT na a HoiiMiiir a
I'retty 1'leof iioliU'lfttM.fcwtTrv Wrliealonce
Acme Book Co Boi38 Ahville N Carol Inn USA
; The Whole Story
in one letter about
(rennr hatis )
Vttaa Capt T. loye, Toiler Station No f
6, Montreal iu Wc frequently tie I'etini
' Davis Paix-Killer for jiln tntheitm- y
I arh, rttfiniatitm, $ttfnr$$, frmt hi(r$ fH- r
, tufn, rtMj, and all affliction ' icli V
bcfa'l men In our pod Hon I bate i.o Iiril- C
i tatlon In paying thnt Pain-Killeii t$ tte
, t est r t tun! ytthtt it k lianJ."
Ve IiHornnlly and Ixtrrmilly, f
Two Size, S5c nudStc bottles, r
MeKeesport Pa Jan 1 -Major J,, Ve r Period of twe,
Iiobert J lllnck has again written bis or t)ilrt ears whUli weru conceived
nuniu high up on th wall or the tern I and successlullj carried out by u
pie or fame. He has set nn example band of ciiniliials. many of whom nro ,
for Mavors of cities' all over tho couif I"110 toda; s,r?',BO u,9. " "'? "e,m '
try In administering the oath ot per. 'l"c ' "" driven themselves out
sons desirous of turning over a new,0' "W,BCM;, . . . , .. .. ... ,,,,'
leaf on New Vears I)a Slxtyseven I , lh l1 wl!llh l "' ,a,?le. n ai ' I
repentant citizens or MelCeespoi t the Inv eutlon ot nice ha leal .lev Ices
made nn effort ot start n new lire this would r.il their skill necessnrj,
morning by accepting the offer ot tb. ' f ' ?3f.m .1. ' 1,'' ' , M
.Mayor to oiinunistcr tne ontii tree oi
chnrge. At least two of these makcis
of good resolutions have already fallen
bv the wayside nnd arc back behind
the bars at the Central police station
tonight, too much overcome with their
gcod Intentions to stick to the oath
Tho Mnvor was at his olllco eail
tl.ls morning to help too citizens ol
MiKeesport make an early start on
tho right rond. Mnc of tho unfortu
nates who had celebrated the arrival
of 1902 too much were ready for him
...... ... . ..
ami look mo oam in place oi n nno
for drunkenness. Within two hours
the first man who took the oatli was
back again In the patrol wagon.
"What did oti mean by tnklng the
oath anil then breaking It?" Inquired
thu Mil) or.
"Couldn't (hie) help It. yer Honor.
Couldn't (lilt) help it first vncsua
shun didn t (hie) take "
He will be a victim of tho Major's
resolution to drive It into delinquents iun u.v uiniieiiiiK ms vmi) to t tit-,
at the heating tomorrow morning. Iiuuit tio.n an unjoining bunding, tno
The second man who fell from thui ioouei ui tne vvaipoie. .S. II. mink 01
tnte of graco Into which bo bad been t.i,nou, inv iouuv.i 01 inv ai Aioans,
sworn this mnrnliig linii a rinlly good v i liaiik 01 $.".". hi, me lolibviy ui
excuse. Ilo was (omparatlvelv sober i me Utiun llatiu ou Urviiiwiin sued.
when dlschniged this morning. This
evening he w:ib hcipclesly ill mil,
"i:ns to see whv I did It." ho ax
plained .lust felt so good to think I
li.i.l tlipni. .. ..( l.nt A f .lul.., ,
'J " ' , " ",;',' ,"',",, .'.""" "" """R ',
sl. r,"lk '" t'1,,rI'tr. ' '
,,e wll, bo lim,H.r xltlm of ,
Mnjor'H lesoliillon to be tevere In po ui) book nium. tie look the pocl.el
lice oiirt tomorrow. boon b.-cniisi lit was in M'UUlui hkmI
Tho niiMilier or good lesolutlons I lu his time lie was one in the most'
sworn to did not meet with the cxpee- jcUlllul and Hiucesslul thieves In thu
tnlions or tho Mayor. He rather- loimtiy. but the Held toi his peculiar !
'.""""' "'" '" "' ciij m ii'.uuii
.1...... ai.... .1.1 .t-L t,t ( . .. .
"-' nuuuiii uu at, icuui severiii nun
died who would be wining to uinke a
good resolution on New Yeai's morn
The resolutions sworn in ihla mnm
Iiig vvero of all grades, from iiiilithw 'in New Vuk Clt. Once or twite be
the iiho of cigarettes and prornnlty to fore that be had been unused of pltk-
oir. V nowlerenhe in 1... world bp fnBteIle(, llim.
o. 'L., iwnfMi?1'!'1'1" ,,,'rery- W1"-'n lonvltted of the street car
2"' """..Btt,t.l'at..llt' ol,,,, "V'r,iolibery Itlce l.ioke down and confess-
f.he :,. ..T'rn
his wife and fnmll) during 1902.
I lie innovation is consldeied a sue
cess and the Minor sa)s that It will
be nn annual rt-nliire of bis ndinlnls
nation in the tutiire.
l.ihalnn. .Ian 11 The Pioneer Mill
at I.alinlnn Is grinding ou some lln
I, . .
luuMiig cane ami irom me nppearaiKs
of the various Ileitis will continue to do
so for some time to come.
With the eoutcmpl.ited changes and
addition to their water supply, tlin
company will be In a portion to ma-
!heh."fe,t0 ,J,e1C03t1,0f1 "ir,l,"S
heir punning plants. It Is likewise
the Intention of thu company through
Its energetic manager, Mr. llurkhauscn,
to Introduce electrltit) as u motlwt
power, to bo developed by water from
thu mountains. Altogether the future
of thu property Is exceedingly bright,
SIMPLICITY Or SCIENCE.
Sclcnco Is nlways simple. It's only
quackery that Juggles with Jargon.
Medical treatment of tho past dealt
with "simples," tho puro vegetable
remedies provided by nature Sagvva
Is compounded of Blmplcs. it Is pure
ly vogotable. It U Fclcntlllc, because
It la b.iBcd on tho known curative pro
perties of tho herbs, roots, barki und
gums which It contains. It Is the
most eiriclcnt blood purlflcr ami b ood
builder known. Nlnoty per cent of
diseases nro curable by tho prompt
und proper uso of Kagwa. It oxpols
from tho blood all corrupting and cor
roding elements and builds up a now
body with new blood. There Is no
substitute for Klckapoo Indian Bag
wa. Ilobron Drug Co., agents for the
Klckapoo Indian Remedies.
Mczloics, Trance, has probably tho
distinction of having tho first motor
car savings bank. It consists of an
eloetrle motor cutrlaso containing
four scats, ono for tho driver, two fur
tho clerks, and one for a cashier Tho
vehicle carries a small saro and fold
lug shelves mnko u desk ror persons
standing outside tho veblclo v.iio nrx
depositing It tnivels about the conn
try, mnklng shott stops at thu villages
on stated da) s. and receives such
siiniH as the Inhabitants of tho neigh
hi'ihood desire to deposit.
Tho Orlppe HiIb ran bo nvnldti! In
tuklng tcaspoiinful dosea of I'AIN
KIM.nit In hot water sweetened, as
oil as by external application full di
tctlons am ou each bottle A bottle of
I'aln-Klllcr kept in the house will prove
aluable not only for tho Clrlw o, but
for ordinary coughs and ccilds vo!d
j uhstitutes, thcro Is but ono Pnln Kill
er, Perry Davis'. Price 25c. and "0c
BURGLAR ALARMS HAVE
INJURED THE PROFESSION
Big Steals of Years Ago Now Prac
tically Impo.sible Noted Burg
lars Become Petty
The modern burglar alnrm renders
It Impossible for ono to disturb n vault
piutcctcd with It without detection It
has dtlven tho old stlo bank burglar
out of business. The few living ox
pi its of that class of crooks aie loun I
ilthei in nbjeit povert 01 devoting
ilulr genius which brought them
millions tvveut )ears ngo, io iiih i
the of trlmu ol tho most pettj
tin- ekitrlcnl burglar ularm of to I
da) and the groat modern sales aiu.
llu result ol u series 01 uaiiK luuuer
VI V .. ' ,. .'-.,. .. V .i
Manhattan Hank, or that or thu
Ocean Dank In New York cltv in
'" more man u minion ummis ..
monej and securities were ..irrled
nway Is whollv Impossible,
One of the best living Illustrations
of the old school of crooks Is Muxlmll
Ian Schueuliciu better known to tliu
' pclice ot the world as Count Mn Shin
'burn. After detlng tho vaults and
Mlc makers ot tho world and looting
banks In this country and abroad for
I... M . -,.. .. mill itaA tl.la
" iiskh-kuu- kuiu u. ..v.f."..v
gieai criminal leu a viciiiu io modern
iBcieiue He was released not
was released not lung1
Uko trom the Clinton Prison after a
.live enrs term lor robbing tho Mid
uiebiirg Uanh penniless, gra with
iihe, lnoken in hcuitli and spirit
borne 01 tne tug jobs ilui aninburn
knguged m were iiiv lobbery ot the !.
ii,,ii unci vviiKcsuarie Loai Lompaii) a
u.uie at Wiiiicnaveii. l'a . ot (muw in
,cvv oiu, 01 1,oim,ii,.ii in mon ,v auij I
I uuirltlcs and ti.e loubeij 01 tnv. West I
.iitiiaud liank ot Jjj.ouo.
tnuunicj jonnson u uiiiu who Btole
ovei $s,u i m ms tune, dud lull
I.... .... .. .
'"-' uui '""g ago vvniie seiving
n 1 111 111 piisiiu tin stealing a poil.et i
b h '
laieiils hail illbaL'peni.U
I . v .
Mi almost similar ease Is Hint ot
LMvvnrd Kiev, better known to the po
iicu us Dig i..u Kite, tie wus inst ur
r. Html frt, utonllii,, t, fwif.l.nf l.,l. fivi,,.
n , , t.,.., ..,-
l tlmt .he had turned pUhpockct bo
taus theie was nothing else tor him
ti do The onl) mone) ne had tor
over a )car was whut he could lalso
b) pavrutug the m irfplns, wattlies
and articles ot Jewell) he had stolen
Horn men and women In street crowds.
This confession (rum n man who,
with his associates, had stolen millions
in his time, was Interesting Next to
Shlubiirn he was regnrckd as tho most
dingerous bank loblier In (he (uui.tr)
Around the country todny there nro
piobably a store r other eiooks who
tlitlvinl fin.t ninmi fmliiimu l.t lnli
diaii.il t(iiii tllitiiu tlfl (Itllin IIJ IIIL1I
nvne mu w tno palmj tla)s ot
tlie tracKxm.in Hut their day has
passed nud everv )ear two or three of
'" ",0 I'Ukeil up for some tillllng
i"uio that lirt-en or twenty jcars ago
,lloy V","1'1 lmu Bt"r"-''1 ,0 "llnk ol
0t" Uily ami the modern safe ha,
,,riv en them to the wall. C.ratliially
they nro d)ing off.
I James Dmiinp, the gieat bank bur
' fihir. ami paitner of Hob Scott, who
was pnitloneil h) (lovernor Hussell of
Massachusetts In i.O, was retcnll) ar
resled In Chltngu wlillo ptillsbingn set
or the poitahle,hurg!nr'B tools that
Max Hhliibuin Inventetl. Dent with
ago and his eighteen years of pilson
life, coughing his life awn) with con
sumption this one time brilliant thief
worketl nwn). over his tools, which, ns
he nfterwartl t onfussetl, ho was going
to iim to break Into n tnntlv store,
laic kler. far luckier l.ian these men.
who have lived to taste tho bitterest
experience of lite, aro tho scoin or
mure men who used tn bo associated
wltu them yen is ago, but either tiled
In prison or with their boots on wnlih
renerallv mentis by the Tjullet or tho
knife Truly, tho old time Tiank break
er Is passing aw a) New York Hun.
She Poor fellow! So )ou lovctl nnd
lost, did jou'
He Ntf. I can't say that I lost nny
thlng. She returned nil m presents.
"What was It that tho Hngllshman
saw In bis nightmare that niacin him
jell so fearfully?'
"It wiib either a liner or n I'cnlan"
Cleveland Plain Dealer.
Man's self esteem will now nnd then
.Make honest Judgment fall;
1'or sometimes bo's u Jciniih when
llu thinks ho Is a whale.
The weekly edition of the Evening
Bulletin Is the largest inn best pub
lished In the Territory. Sixteen and
twenty pan.es, $1 a year.
CIIS M IrlltOND
. . Agency . .
All Collections Promptly At
KvME I1U1M i
This nlone would In the i t r, nnum mlam i i ,r atij lamp on"
could expect jet ev.rv merchant who ns s om
NEW ARC LAMPS
Is more than satisfied and sa tb are the bet he has ever used.
Surel) he ought to know
Mlt W W DIMONI) savs I . annot say too much In praise of
these lamps, they give a ko p netrntlng light evenly distributed
nnd without llultering or iioIb, The) nre the best lamps I have
For further Information rlnc u up -Tel. Main 390 and wo will
be pleased to nil nt your oflb
HAWAIIAN ELECTRIC GO,, Ltd.
KINO STREET, NEAR ALAKEA.
Metropolitan Meat Co.,
Fresh Aleats and Pish f
by Every Steamer
From the Coast that has Cold Storage.
Choice Beef, Veal, Mutton.
( Lamb and Pork always
Also Poultry, Salmon nnd Hnllbut.
The Metropolitan Marke King St., Tel. 4J.
FOR S ALB AT 1 he Booth, Fishmarket, Telephone 379.
Central Market. Nuuanu St., Telephone 104.
Evening Bulletin, 75c per month
PORTABLE TRACK COMPLETE
30 inch Gauge 14 lbs Rails
36 inch Gauge 20 lbs Rails
For Hale In (iinntltlcH to
suit by I- i- t- -
H, Hackfleld & Co., Limited
Tel. Mnlii an.
BIG SHIRT WAIST SALE
FOR ONE WEEK ONLY. ALL WAISTS MARKED
BELOW COST. CALL AND EXAMINE THEM.
A. A. MONTANA,
l.cmllnjv DrcHHinnltlniv Houkc ami Millinery PrirloPH.
Arlington Block, Hotel St. II. Pi DAVISON, Mnnntjer.
SPBAK FOFt: TUEHSELVOS.
To the advertiser this should prove
of special Interest It Is n comparison
between tho ndvertlsemcnts that np
pear In our paper and thoso In others.
Tbls ail wns set up In our ad de
partment, nnd, as )ou may see, by
glancing over this sheet. Is but an ordi
nary specimen of our regular work.
There Is not another newspaper In
Honolulu that gives i.ie attention to
tho proper display of advertisements
that wo do; thcreforo wo mako Bulle
tin ads. paying ads.
WE HAVE FAITH IN
Notice tho street enrs. do tho morning papers go to
or from tho homes' Notice again tonight nnd try to
count tho number of Bulletins going to tho homes. It Is
tho mOuio that the merchant wants to reach.
EVENING BULLETIN AD. DEPT.
The Germania Life Insurance Company,
OF NEW YORK.
Paid to Policy Holders since 18C0 for Death Claims. . .2I,3T3.4C9 C5
Kor Matured Policies 7.507.C0S 27
Dlv Idcnds nnd Surrenders 13,009,131 37
Manager for Hawaiian Islands.
OAHU CARRIAGE MF'G CO., Ltd.
II7! Ulvcr Street.
(Set. IScrutunlii unci Pnunlil.
I. O. ISox 078.
'nbber Tires put ou in Satis
Metin 75c. p month.
$1.00 per year
PoHtoIIIce llox 57
0DR OWN ADVERTISING
MASUI ALTURt-HS. OF
Fine Carriages, Wagons and
TrUCkS. Rcpnlf Work o
All orders promptly attended to.
Onl .oinpetent help employed.