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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, II. T.. THURSDAY JAN. 30. 1902.
CUAFFEE STARTS WAR
ON BARRACK RATS
-S TO jE.
: LOW PRICES :
Ladles' Fast Black Hose
good quality; on display In window;
prlco per pair
A bettor grade, fast black stocking,
wero 25c per pair, wo will sell tbls
3 pairs for 50c
These stockings are of extra valuo for
25c, but no havo a special otter to
mako in 25c hosiery, so put tbem down
at this low figure.
Hero's an unusual offer In hosiery:
Wo have made an extra good deal
when wo bought theso stockings, and
wo want you to como and see them.
The best plain black stocking ever of
fered In Honolulu for
Dlack or red all lnco stocking; no
better nluo anywhero
3 pairs for $1,00
Is all tho crnzo on tho Mainland and Is
growing more popular hero every day.
We havo a beautiful stock of latest
shades and designs at
50c to $1,00 per pair
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The Wellington Visible Writer
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General Merchandise. Dry Goods, Groceries
.Japanese Provisions, etc.
Using Poison to Exterminate the
Rodents Report of Insular
Board of Health Plan of
Washington, Jan. 1G Extermina
tion of rots In barracks utm nthe Gov
ernment buildings In the Philippine-, to
prevent bubonic plague .ius become a
necessltj that General C!iiff Ins Is
sued a circular order of iiistruriiniu
on the subject. In It he s y:
"In Manila the InsuLir board of
health finds that i per cnt of all
rats now being collected are lufecte 1
by plague. '
"Under direction of the inollc.il olll
cer nt least four rcllnol'1 men should be
detailed for the distribution of poison
In each cuartel, barrack, or Infected
building. It Is to be spicad ilxmt In
small tins oi saucers and plated n po
sition about 9 o'clock at night, 100 or
less by each man, and they mist bo
collected before 6 o'clock the next
"Ecry morning dead .-ats .should bo
looked for, and when found, marked
wltTi tags fnrnlshcd by the board of
health and Immersed In a ft per rent
solution of carbolic acid contained 'n
an old coal oil can or other suitable
receptacle. Until this Is done tho rats
should onl) be handled with tons or
the gloved hand."
The order provides that ehculd tint
presence of plague be del .'loped the
buildings arc to be thnroughl) dUIn
Postage on the Bulletin's special In
dustrlal edition Is three cents to all
parts of the States.
upsetB tho stomach and prevents the
nutrltlvo elements from getting into
tho blood The stomach finally rebels
ngalnst food and the result Is d)Bpep
sla. Tho Hitters will strengthen tho
nerves and euro dyspepsia, constipa
tion, biliousness, flatulency, also cre
ate a hearty appetite purify tho blood
anil build up tho Bjstem. De suro
to try It.
ALLEGED CANCHIl CUKE.
Rr. Luclen I.croj has eonimtmlcpt"d
to the Academy of Medicine, l'a.ls. hi?
belief that cancer can bo cuied intcr
nall) bj the administration of arsenic
and quinine simultaneously In Mirra
pontic doses. He claims that l.c uitd
In n few da) a a case of cancer nf the
lungs, the patient being a woman 57
jcars old. Ho Is experimenting fur
ther, and Intends to communlcntc tho
results to the academy Ho bclicvo
that the parasite of cancer Is very
similar to that of Intcrmltent fever.
WALDECK ROUSSEAU REVIEWS
FRENCH PRESENT AND FUTURE
LADIES MEET TO REPORT
ALL KINDS OF PROGRESS
Ticket Committee is Named and Work
Has Already Been Started By
MembersNo King and
The committee of ladles nppolnted at
a meeting held at the home of Mrs.
Alex Isenberg. I'unnboii, Frlila) last,
to organize and undertake the manage
ment of the charlt) ball in aid of the
Honolulu D)o and I2ar Inflrmar) were
In session at Dr. Sloggotl's olllce jes
terday afternoon There were a large
number of socletj ladles present and
the work was reported as progressing
The ticket Is as follows Mrs Phil
lips, chairman, Miss Mclmjrc, Mrs A
Wall Mrs Hawes, Mrs llumburg. Mrs.
Tcnney, Mis iHonberg Mls Nellie
White, Mrs Chan Cooper, Mrie C. M.
V Torster, Mrs J. V Ilobcrtson Mrs
A 1? Murphy, Mis Geo Paris and
Mis J. Hngcns.
With these ladles In charge of the
tickets, n large nttendanre Is assured.
There will be no King and Queen at
the ball this )ear.
Society ladles are taking up the work
with a will and, although the time set
for the ball Is close nt band the
preparations will be no less elaborate
than those which characterized tho
Mardl Uras ball of last je.ir
it should he kept In mind that men
near white suits If the) so desire and
that ladles may put on an) thing from
n rigular party gown to a calico dress.
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M. WALDECK-ROUSSEAU. THE FRENCH PREMIER.
St Etlennc Prance, Jan. 12 Tho which had resulted In a loss to tho
opening of tho Ministerial electoral treasury, tho Premier said that tha
campaign hero today proved an tin transitory losses attributed to this law
Qualified success Tho weather was, woro not too heavy a prlco to pay for
ilno and cold Slnco jesterdoy morn- tho suppression of tho seourgo of al
ias tho capital of tbo Loire has been cohollsm. which threatened tho oxlst
filled with peoplo fiom tho surround- enco of tho race,
lug districts, and numerous visitors Alluding to tho naval program of
from Paris nnd other parts of Prance Trance. M. Waldeck Hoiisseau said
Today's coremonlcs Included visltB to thnt submarine boats, tho construction
tho hospital and other local Instltu I of which was duo to t-rench genius,
tions of St. ntlenne 'liio town oi" t....t...n.-.. , ....... ...v ...
olaboratoly decorated with ilags. M of naval pro eminence.
Waldeck-Uousscau and tho other Mln Tho Premier spoko ot tho dot clop
Islers wero greeted w Ith cheers nnd ment of tho Trench African republics
Judge Humphre)s reaffirmed his for
mer decree In tho suit of II. It Hitch
cock and others against Prank llus
tnce J J Dgan and Trunk Foster, but
with trimmings added In conseriucniu
of the extension of proceedings.
In the afternoon J T Morgan and
Frank Hiistaro were called but the)
threw no light on the alteration In date
of exenition of the articles of Incorpor
ation of tho Kanuili) Sugar Compan)
Itespondcnts were refused continu
ance to piocure the evidence of Judge
ladings who was the notar) public at
testing the Incorporation.
.1 A Mugoou mudii the closing argu
ment for the complainants He severe
ly scored respondents, stating that tho
books showed that the) were false and
fraudulent, In fact, lies, and Unit these
men had deliberately taken thu tnone)
palil to them by Innocent stockholders.
Mr llankey, at the conclusion of
plaintiffs' argument, announced that the
respondents had no repl) to make.
Judge Humphrey Immediately ren
dered his decision, thus
'Tho complainants maj, preparo for
signature, and the Court will sign a
decree lu all respects similar to the
order signed by the Court on April 20
1901 except that the sum of (35.000, to
be paid b defendants, shall bear In
terest at C per cent per annum from
tho elate of tho filing of the original
bill of complaint herein, and not from
the date of that decree, as provided In
said decree, anil with the exception
that the defendants arc and they are
hereby allowed credit upon said sum
of $33,000 of tho sum of $180 In all
other respects the decreo will be the
The former decree thus revived, In
addition to the $35,000 cash ordered
tho respondents to return to the treas-
ur) of the Kamnlo Sugar Company
J1J0.000 of paid-up stock.
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DRY GOODS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION;
nnd said that energetic action of
Trance had given Trench Infliienco a
now authority iho presence of nn
Premier, "has shown tnat wo are ca-
Italian squadron at Toulon," said tho
crleB of "Vivo la Itcpiibllque." "Vivo la
Governmcnto," nnd "vivo Loubet.
In tho evening at a banquet nt tha
prefecture tendered to the Trench
imnilitr l.v h tlnniilitlrnna nf thn I)e
nartment of tho Loire. M. Waldeck pnhlo or Inspiring sympathies, and tho
Housseau. replying to n toast to his Pre?cl" , "' 'll0 ('z'?,r ot m"""n ,Bt
i,n.nh m,i thA nrinrinni sni..rli nf lletliany has shown that wo nro nbln
tho day In It ho set forth tho position I to strengthen nn allianco and Increase
of tho Government in tho coming gen lnf strengt h In tho confluence Trance
cinl elections The speech took the ImH auceeeded In Insplilng, and In thu
rm f a rilu, nf Iho nnllr-v nf tho , Spirit of equity which sIlO llttB shown
nmornmnnt nm (lio tinrk-nf th nres ' nil foreign relations Wo have
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KINQ STRGET, NEAR ALAKEA.
ent Legislature It expressed the firm
conviction that tho elections would re
Bult In n striking victory for tho repub
lic nnd overthrow tho forces of reno
thus better served thu Intciests of tho
country than by n policy of bluster
which Is more calculated to alarm ov
er)body than frlg..ten uti)ono Other
men may havo conceived loftier do
P O BOX 911'.
THE OLDEST CHi. 'iE FIRM IN HONOLULU.
DtAtirt (a Flo Sllki tol Cms Llatoi. Cblnai cad Jiptoti Goo4i ol AH Elalt
io-ifl Nuutnu ttrt
The Bulletin, 75cts. per month
M. Waldeck-rtousseau declared that "" ""' ' """ Dl "a f nnwn
slnco tho formation of his Ministry the """ ""' """' u i'c'uera.icc
country had acquired a security nn I Wnldeck-Ilousscau concluded b)
known for n long tlmo. nnd that It re 'ree ailing tho tactics or tho adversaries
quired an Incurable pessimism not to ot tho republic. Ho said tho Ilrst anil
recognize that the had days had gone Hepubllcan coalition had been formed
by When tho Cabinet took oftlco. ho of contradictory elements which hail
said, tho factions of the party which loiind no tltlo thnt they avow as tholrs.
guarded Franco as Its own property The speaker dubbed It tho "nnmelusa
and patriotism as a political Industry, Paity, anil said that later It took tho
tho solo patent of winch it contcrreu """ c lucciun oi mo soiiuer
upon Itself, was prepared to usurp Iloulanger
power by tho exercise or vorltablo tyr-1 iouny u is nationalism," no snui
inny, nnd that within tho first ) ear,' the namo of expectancy, allowing
cuc-n uiumuiic 10 cuerisn mo nopo or
duping tho others It Is tho monarchy
or Cncsarlsm of tomorrow, a connoct
ing unit uotween aristocrats who havo
become familiar and demagogues who
(his Dranny was succeeded by
terlal an mornl disorder
Ho rcrnllcd tho sweeping Rcpubll
can victory In thn municipal electloni
nnd sntil tnnt thn hour tor netlnn III
stead of defense had seemed tn havo, liavo becomo haughty Tho clever
arrived, nnd that tbo Government sub men who sought success in this equlv
mltted u program of reforms lc said "cation havo made a falso calculation
Columbus, O. Jan 18 Tho State
and local boards ot hcaliii, iiefoiu con
eluding their annual session, adopted
a resolution declaring against thu con
tinned luo of paper money alter It has
becomo soiled from constant handling
The matter was brought before tbo
lonventloii by I)r Thomas Clarko ol
Massllun lie said that tho paper cur
rency of the eountr), nfter It has been
In iibo long enough to become dirt) Is
one of tbo most proline sources nf dls
casu and one of the most dangerous
cnrrleiB of bacclll lu existence' Ah
soon ns a bill becomes soiled sufficient
ly to form hiding places mr germ llfs
li should bo promptly reenried by tne
Government and n new Dill Issued lu
Its stead. Tho otllclals nt the assoda
tlun will recommend this acnon to the
PliACIi 8TOIIY ULNILD.
London .Inn 18 I)r I.e)ds' rcpre
scntntlve In Huropo of the Transvaal
according to n dispatch from Amster
dam to Keillor's Telegram Company,
held n confereneo today with thu llocr
delegation nt Tho llaguo at tho house
of Wolmernns No official statement
has been given out, but there Is the
best nuthorlt) for asserting that tlu
conrereneo was merely a periodical
Tho dispatch says tho reports ol
peace aio ridiculed by tho liners thorn
selves, who say. such stories aro slm
ply fabricated by Ilritlsh agents with
a view to Ilritlsh publication, hoping
to turn them to advantage In South
frUa Tho floors deny that an) u
gollatlans aro Impending. Dr. Luydn
left tonight for Utrecht.
tho adoption of tho law of nssoda
lions had marked a decisive stop for
ward, (mm tho point of view of eco
nomle development nnd Us guaran
tees of society Notwithstanding a
prediction of imitation, tho speaker
said, tho luw of associations had bo
gun to bo executed, nnd It would bo
carried nut in the spirit in which It
was conceived without passion and
Referring to tho liquor legislation, rovolutlon,"
Thoy took too great caio to hldo them
selvos trom tho ancient parties nnd
thus signed tnelr abdication and grad
lially accustomed tho country to tnkn
noto of their deflnito downfall. Tho
twentieth century rises In tho forover
dispersed ruins of roynlty Orleiuislsm
and omplro, nnd thu Trencn doraorra
cy Is preparing to pass scntenco on the
vain parodies and linn rorgorles ol
slnreio patriotism and on tho spirit ol
NRW HUHVIAN KING.
Vienna, Jan 19 The Ilelgradn eor
respondent of tho Neuo Trele l'ressu
declares the question of sin cession to
tho throne nt servln to no ripo tor so
lutlon, as King Alexnndor, If guirau
teed n siilllclent pension Is willing to
abdlcnto in favor of I'rlnco Alexis Ka
rngcorgovltch u descendant from
Kara George tho Dlack Georgo nf tho
Servians, an., claimant to the throne
of Sen la In anv case, continues the
correspondent Prince rtlexls Kara
goergevitcb Is llliely to bo proclaimed
heir to the throne, as neither Russia
'nor Scrvla object to this course
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