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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, It, T., SATURDAY, JAN. '25, 1902.
V-P0 Pu LAR-
: LOW PRICES :
Ladles' Fast Black Hose
good quality; on display In window;
lirlco per pair
A better grade, fast black stocking,
were 25c per pair, wo will sell this
3 pairs lor 50c
Theso stockings arc of extra valuo for
25c, but wo havo n special offer to
make In 25c hosiery, so put them down
at this low ngurc.
Hero's an unusual otter In hosiery:
Wo havo mndo an extra good deal
when wo bought these stockings, and
wo want you to como and seo thorn.
Tho best plain black stocking ever of
fered In Honolulu for
Black or red all lace stocking; '
better valuo nnywhero
3 pairs (or $1,00
Is all the craze on the Mainland and Is
growing moro popular horo every day.
Wo havo a beautiful stock of latest
Bhades and designs at
50c to $1.00 per pair
Sachs' Dry Goods Co., Ltd,
London, Jan. 11. Joseph Chamber
lain, tho Colonial Secretary. In speak
ing at Illrmlngham tonight took occa
sion without entering Into a contro
versial rejoinder, to notice tho criti
cisms showered upon him In the llclcb
slag during the past week, especially
Count von Uuelow's castlgatlon. In re
ferring to tho animosity of foreign na
tions, ho said that ho was awaro that
In porno quarters It was attributed to
tho Indiscreet oratory of the Colonial
"What I havo said," continued he,
"I have said. I withdraw nothing, I
qualify nothing. I defend nothing. As
I read history, no Urltlsh Minister has
ever served his country faithfully and
nt the same time been popular abroad.
I therefore make allowance for foreign
criticism. I will not follow tho ex
ample that has been set for me. I do
hot want to glvo lessons to a foreign
Minister, and I will not accept any at
his hands. 1 am responsible only to
my sovereign and my countrymen.
"I do not depreciate tho Importance
of tho good will of foreign nations, but
there Is something more Important. It
Is the affection of our kinsfolk across
tho sea. Even our great losses In tho
war thnt has been forced upon us havo
brought In their train ono blessing of
Infinite nnd lasting Importance. That
war has enabled the British Kmplro to
And Itself, and has shown to all whom
It may concern that If over again wo
have, ns In the past, to fight for our
very existence against the world In
arms we will be supported by tho sons
of llrltnln In every quaiter of the
SCRIPTURAL TEXT IV
P CELEBRATED " 1 A
r or nielli
London, Jan. 14. William Fife of j
Kalrlie. on the Clyde, Is to build Sir I
Thomas Upton's next challenger fori
tho America's cup. At a conferenco
i Just held between Sir Thomas and hla
advisers definite arrangements were
made for the construction of tho j
1 Shamrock III, and nn order for tho'
new yacht was given to nnd nccoptoil
by rife In view of t,io probability of
a big revival of Urltlsh yachting and
tho fort that designing and supcrln-
tnmllnt- n riin rlinltnntrnr nprpftdtntpfl
constant work for nt least n year. Klfo '
waB somewhat disinclined to accept
the contract, but Sir Thomas found
m"nn of overcoming his objections, i
(Jeorge L. Watson bns promised to
assist Klfo In every way by handing
over to him details of the construction
of tin' Shamrock II. and nit the calcu
lations and details of the tank expi rl
inent made at the Dennvs' yard
upsets the stomach and prevents the I Iuck- and lite I'xpprience gainon
nutritive ibmontit from getting Into I 'U U"" Shamrock I. life starts with
the blood. The stomach finally rebels
against rood nnd the result Is dyspep
sia. The Hitters will strengthen the
nerves nnd cure dyspepsia, constipa
tion, biliousness, flatulency, nlso c re
nte a hearty appetite, purify tho blood
and build up the system. Ho suro
to try It.
VIOLATE POSTAL UW
Chicago, Jan. 14. Scriptural quota
tions reflecting on n person's charac
ter and sent by postal card through
tho mails are a violation of the postal
laws, according to a verdict returned
by a Jury In the United States District
Court today. Tho caso was that ol
L. I. Hullls of Orchard, la., against
Ilov. William Whitehead, an evange
list of Auroroa, 111. Mr. Hullls last
summer received several postal cards
signed by Mr. Whitehead, each of them
quoting Scripture to tho effect thnt
Mr. Dullls was a hypocrite, and that
he had disinherited his daughter. "Cod
will smite you till you plead for mer
cy," was ono of tho quotations used.
Mr. Whitehead sought to prove that
ho bad reason for sending the cards,
but the Court ruled tiiat his reasons
woro Immaterial. The defendant was
fined $50 and costs.
SENT OUT BY WORKERS
OF HAWAIIAN BOARD
Galling for Financial Aid on Belialf
of a Good Work Re-
ponscs Should Be
The finance committee of the Ha
waiian Kvnngellcal Association haH
sent out the following cleverly ar
ranged circular which should meet
with generous responses on the pnrt
of those Interested already and the
many mnn the ilreular is bound to
It's a Supreme Court Injunction.
Yes. It stops strikes better than the
law can. How many times you have
seen men Hocking Into town becaunu
of some grievance or other; jes. nnd
n distinct nilvantnge over bis first ef
forts Klfo Is already collecting inati-rlat
and will cnimnenco designing the
Shamrock HI as soon ns th- boat now
on hnnd for the next llrltUb yachting
season are fairly started which, prob
ably, will lie nt the end of !m month
Tin- Shninrot-U 111 Is to ! n arty '-arly
In the spring of 1903.
moke itr:u!ii.n huuimndlr.
Manila Jan. H. The full surrender
of tiie forces of Colonel .Mnrlslgan,
who. with Major Cabiera and a rene
gade priest named Castillo, gave
themselves up unconditionally Janu
ary HUli to General hell, who Is con
ducting the cnmpnlgn against the In
surgents in llatnngas province, occur
red yesterday at Taal. Tho Insurgents
created surprise by bringing In sixty
moro rllles than the olllcers of Mnrlsl
gan could command In the district of
Taal. which he controlled. Tho Fili
pinos who surrendered Included threo
Colonels, one Mnjor. five Captains nnd
twelve Lieutenants. They gave up
211) rifles and ono cannon. All the In
surgents who surrendered did so un
conditionally. General Hell ordered
the men released.
Marlslgan says he can prevail on
mnny more men to surrender during
the next few days, and nlso obtain
possession of a number of additional
rllles. General Hell sayB tho surren
der pacllles for tho time being all the
eastern part of Hatnngns.
tfS&wSb -si wSksIS&Sh malt-mfl8fi$fo wfEw iIXi
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 the public our now lino of spring
goods consisting of
COLLARS. CUFFS, SHIRTS, NECK
WEAR, HOSIERY, UNDERWEAR,
as well as many other specialties,
CALL AND SEE THEM.
Rolilnnon Block. Motel Street.
A special meeting of tho board of di
rectors of the Mallc-lllma Athletic
Club was held In headquarters on
Knnhumanu street last evening, the
purpose being to make arrangements
for the coming ball to bo given by tho
club on tho eve of Washington's birth
day, February 21.
President King appointed Frank
Rowland floor manager and the club
elected -Sam Johnson- his assistant.
The committee on nrrnngements, con
sisting of I'nul Jarrott and Frank flow
land, which called the meeting last
evening, was empowered to appoint
threo club members on each of tho
committees, which are to tnke charge
of everything pertaining to the ball.
President King was added to the com
mltteo on ariangcmcnts nnd will net
as the chairman.
The members will srdl tickets for tho
ball. Price $1. The proceeds will go
toward furnishing tho new club rooms.
At last night's meeting tho club
pasted a resolution whereby tho Initia
tion fee was raised from 51 to 2.C0.
There was a special directors' meet
ing held prior to the general meeting
of tho club at which the resignation of
Sam Chllllngwoith as trusteo was ac
cepted. George W. Chirk was appoint
ed to till the vacancy. The directors
passed favorably on the applications
of the following: John Marcalllno,
Hernnrd It. Hlce. Carl Taylor, Henry O.
I.uhlsln, Win. II. Stone Jr.
The following committee wns ap
pointed to make arrangements to fur
nish tho new club room on Fort stiect:
P. I). King, Percy Denton, Charles Os
$300 FOR "MASHING."
St. Louis. Jan. 15. Lester Hanover
wns fined lllioo by Judgu Pollard Wed
nesday In the First District Police
Court on a chnrgo of disturbing the
pence or .Mnry Institute school girls,
llntiover wns lined $.'.D on each nt
two counts brought ngnlust him. This
is' the maximum penally. Hanover's
.1 . i i I 1111 (III! . Ill lllll I" IIIIIIJ, ((till
you have seen them pick up their duds nUorm.y Knvi, not C(, of'np)en.
ntiil nut front fitwi iilnntfi I Ion tri iitiiitlt. , ."
General Merchandise! Dry Goods, Groceries'
.Japanese Provisions, etc.
MAGOON BLOCK, HERCIIAKT STREET.
IE3 . 0. IBox 886 rMZaixi. 21 ft
i above hotel.
DIG HOLIDAY STOCK OF TOYS.
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 M,.
THD OLDEST CHi. VSE FIRM IN HONOLULU.
Dtllin ta Flo Sitka and Grin Lineal. Chlniu anj Japaa.M Goodi of Alt Klall.
iai Nuuinu itrMt
Mineral concoctions arc dangerous.
Naturo nover designed them for heal
ing man. From tlmo Immemorial,
man's healer was purely vcgetablo;
and from that tlmo to this, naturo'B
unfailing remedy for rheumatism, nnd
kindred diseases, was tho samo ns
that found In Klcapoo Indian Oil, It
Is nattiro's remedy, nnd acts ns kind
ly ns nature. It drives away pain,
kills tho ilreud rheumatism and re
stores thcwrakued tissue. It Is made
the sumo as tho Indians mndo It cen
turies ago, out of roots, barks, herbs,
gums, leaves, gatliorcd from natures
unerring laboratory. Its record for
oure3 Is unparalleled, lleforo civil
ized man had heard of It, It kept the
natives In perfect health. And since
civilized man tins known It, tho cate
gory of cures has become voIuniIiio'.d
No other medicine hits mado such
cures, bcciiUHo Klckapoo Indian Oil
Is nature's remedy, nndna turo stands
back of It. Your druggist has It, or
can get It. Insist on gelling tho gen
uine Kicknpoo Indian Oil. Hobron
Drug Co., Agents for the Klckapoo
Send tho weekly edition of the Bui
letln to your friends. Only $1 a year.
nnd run from one plantation to anoth
er, sowing seeds of discord nnd strife
Our agents, with the Gospel, work bet
ter than the law can. The law costs
you money when you Inyokn (1. Why
shouldn't yon contribute liberally to
ward this work of the Hawaiian I'vnu
gellcnl Association by which yon so
It's a Warming-Pan.
In early days people used to send
them hero "around the Horn"; prob
ably bccntiHC they didn't need them nt
home. Who would ever suppose they
would bo useful here? Missionaries
found use for them, however, and. cu
rlously enough. It wns In the sugar
Just now ours Is especially In lie
mand. Cold waves do come In the-
tropics. One Is being felt here now.
Weather IlureiiU reports read like
this: "Sugnr barometer rapidly fall
ing with slightly heightened laboi
market. Indications or light snow.
The cold seems to have struck the
lower extremities of our community.
What Is needed Is warmth, coiillilcnco,
better i-lrculntlnn. This Is pnrt of the
husiiiess of the .Hawaiian llonid. Itt
agents are nt wink on the whole sys
tern. Why not help pay for the
It's a Sleeping Potion.
"Doctor, 1 can't sleep; gloomy fore
bodings in regard to tne liiture of the
Islands, the Inbor problem, my utti
tuuu towards It, cic, rob me of rest
continually. ' The Doctor's inicry
was: "Own plantation titock, do you''
and bis proscription woh: "Get tun
best aid you can, do wnat Is right our
self. and let God run His universe.
That started the cure, for the first
iiuiig he did was to back the hundred
or moro workers of thu Hawaiian
Hoard by nn annual subscription on
behalf of every member of his fnni
ily; for one reason, ho knew the Jap
anese nnd Chinese agents of the
Hoard were doing something practical
In the labor matter; were all the time
allaying dissatisfaction among labor
irs on the plantations.
Of course he sleeps better, and tho
subscription to the Hoard wus the
J. II. athi-:rto.,
P. C. JOMIS.
Onice, 4m; and 407 Huston building,
Honolulu: P. O. bov 4bU.
Professor B. 11. Sears, principal of
the Mary Institute, nccompauled thn
four students who appeared In court
linn tt'stlneil to tlui charges or peaco
disturbance they had mndo against
Hanover. Hanover's alleged offense
might be dellued ns "attempting mash
ing." The students testified that lis
had stood on tho corner of Heaumont
and Locust streets several times and
bnd accosted them. Tho remarks the
defendant Is nllegcd to have madn
were written nnd handed to tho Judge
iiy mo witnesses,
PROFIT IN LHVOKCC
I'nna. III.. Jan. 15. Mrs. Hannah t
Sprinkle, residing eight miles north
or this city, has found a soufco of prof
it In being divorced. She has been
married twice, divorced twice nnd al
lowed alimony both times to the ox
tent of IKt.Cun, all Inside of two years.
Today she was granted n divorce In
the Clicult Court from Simon J. Sprin
kle, a wealthy and retired fnrmer. nnd
allowed J.linin alimony. She chnrged
cruelty.' Two years ago she was ill
vorced from Sprinkle nnd nt that time
she was awarded $10.0(10 alimony. Slio
nlleged cruelty In her bill, but two
months after she had been paid $10.
ooo she married Mr. Sprlnklo ngain.
This makes $15,000 Mrs. Sprinkle tins
secured In two years, The Jlo.ooo
she has In her name and J5000 will
soon be milled.
'"lie Dr. l:
( vltlisus- ;fe
1 1 povwss '
BREAKING GROUND FOR THE ST. LOUIS WORLD'S FAIR.
The llrsl spiidi-ful of i-iirth marking the actual beginning of work on tl.e
Ht. I.oul-4 world's fair was recently turned by President David It. Francis In
the prcxt'iii'c of the dlicctnrx und other otlleliiN of the i'.po-ltlon, which It to
cpen Its doors In ltsi:).
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nd half cure, but absolutely rout and banish the pain,
Llaten I "I have used your Maclc Headache Wafers for over four years and found H
them 'ma cicil' Indeed In curln tick headache." Mrs, I. E Utley WHuamston, Mich,
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The genuine mrt put up In tablet form only, Av i powders put up In cachets male
of faste) beeauw aut h cavers wirp jpen, pgmnc the powder and when damp are wormy.
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The huidiiiI niatili of I Fie bccoiiiI di
vision of the AbxiK'latlon football
league will Ik- plaid thin nftcriiojn be
tween the HncKfcld-Davlex and Hono
lulus on the Mnklhl Krouiuls. Play will
bCRln at l:l'i n'cloik. The lluc-up will
be as follows:
Haclifeld-DavleH (loal, DusenberK;
lmckn. Itiws, Ilearilnioro; halves, Chur
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Ilycr, Irvine, Guild, (!. D.ivIcb, Muriie.
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per, llarvej; hnlvcu, Kay, McMlchucI,
Parish or Andrews; forwards, (iouiltc,
Plddes. MeWhlrter, OlaBS, llllts.
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