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KVENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU,!!. T., MONDAY, TED. 3, 1902,
Our spnco In tlio newspapers Is used
to glvo to tlio public all tho latest
news regarding new arrivals in stock,
now styles and to offer from tlmo to
time special Inducements.
all this week
we nro busy as bees stock-taking but
busy as wo aro at any time, wo aro
never so much so but what wo lmvo
time to extend tlio most attentive and
courteous treatment to our customers.
Wo nro getting our goods arranged
and are going to make some oxtraordl
nary offers. N
Sachs' Dry Goods Co., Ltd,
MANY TOWNIES HAKE MERRY;
ON THE BIG FRENCH SHIP
Officers Atteud Church in Morning
and Entertain Friends
Aboard in Afternoon.
Yesterday was a gala daj aboard the
French cruiser l'rotet and the many
hundred visitors from town had a
most enjojablc time during the after
noon as the guests of the officers and
men who did ever) thing in their power
to make their friends from Bborc wel
come aboard the big fighting machine.
in the morning the officers and crew
of the vessel attended high mass at
the Cafhollc cathedral and the specta
cle was witnessed by many ou,.iders
who did not wish to miss the Impics
slvc sight of the mass which Is a very
unusual happening In this city or In
fact In any city not In Europe. After
the ceremony, In which lllshop Guls
tan officiated, the sailors returned to
the l'rotet where all was made ready
for the afternoon reception.
The speech of the Bishop of Pnn
opolls was ns follows-
-My dear Compatriots It Is with a
great deal of pleasure and the heart
beating with emotion that 1 welcome
you today In this Cathedral of the
Catholic Church In the Hawaiian Isl
ands. As I sec jou, sailors of France,
kneeling before this altar, my mind
goes forty jcars back, when I nlso.
was proud to knee! In the little church
IN BASEBALL GAMES
PLAYED AT WAILUKU
body Contests Were Very
Close, Scores Being 6 to 4
and 6 to 3.
Wallnku. Feb, 1 The concert given
by Prof King's Kamehameha Twilight
Club at tho Walluku Union school
house last Saturday evening, January
A . . . -.. . t... f. ....
of' good mSs'ir it "often ti.t' Visitors Heartily Received By Every
Walluku Is faorcd with such a rare
musical treat by home talent and It I"
hoped that I'rof. King will visit Wal
luku again In tho near future. The
following excellent program was ren
dered without a hitch and the evening
passed off merrily.
Vienna March The Mandolin Club
Hawaiian Medley Club
Legends Double Quartet
Little Sparkers Mandolin Club
Gymnastics U. Lemon, II. Alkue
(a) I Saw Them IJo It Club
Little Duchess Mandolin Club
Sweet Violet Club
Kalulanl Double Quartet
Koonvtltc Koonlets Mandolin Club
Shine On, Oh Stars Mr. King
Scene In Camp Cl'tb
Prof. King and his boys left for La
halna jesterday morning to give a con
cert there, returning to Honolulu this
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by paying $100 for a typewriter when you can get an up-todate
strictly high grade machine
The Wellington Visible Writer
for $60. This machine Is a revolution In typewriters. Ono of
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that they aro absolutely tho best, ox
celling all others In simplicity, dura
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"(Signed) JOHN WANAMAKEIl."
We have lust received a shipment of theso typewriters and
will be pleased to glvo full particulars regarding same.
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ADVANCE SPRING SALE
Commencing today wo will offer to the public our now line of spring
goods consisting of
COLLARS. CUFFS, SHIRTS, NECK
WEAR, HOSIERY, UNDERWEAR,
as well as many other specialties,
CALL AND SEE THEM. s
RohlnBon Ulock, Hotel Street.
Genera! Merchandise. Dry Goods, Groceries'
Japanese Provisions, etc.
MAQOON BLOOK, MERCHANT hTREET,
IE3 . O- Box 880 Ea-in.
Did HOLIDAY 8TOCK OF TOY8.
Many new Stayles Table Covers, Embroidered both of Crass 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 GOOD8 OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
P. O Box ws. Til. il.
WVKJSrCSr VETO CHA.3V
THE OLDEST Clli. E FIRM IN HONOLULU.
COMMISSION ME IRQ HANTS.
DLr 1o Flnt Sllka Ml Grtfi Ltotot. Chlotftt ao4 JiptntM Goodl ol All Klsll.
i-tia Nuiuqu lUtM.
of my native village, dressed In tho
same uniform which you are vvcarlug
today. Tor I also have been a sailor.
Before jou, I have sailed on the waters
of the blue Pacific and shared In the
Joys and hardships of a sailor's life.
When I asked jour Commodore to
allow jou to assist at a French mass
to be celebrated here In jour honor,
he signified his willingness to have jou
all present. Unfortunately, our Gov
ernment which Is French neither In
spirit nor character, has prohibited
those beautiful official ceremonies.
which vvcro a reminder to the sailor
far away from Trance of his nntlvo vil
lage and the religion of his childhood.
So jou arc here todaj of jour own free
will, because you are French nud Chris
tlan sailors. All honor to jou for J'our
courage and jour religion.
My dear compatriots, it Is twice a
plcasuro for me to welcome jou here,
It Is not only the temple of jour re
ligion, but It Is also a little of your
Fatherland. Over this Mission, along
side of the Star Spangled llanncr, floats
the flag of France. This land, on which
Is built this church, the mission house,
nre our property through the courtesy
of French sailors. I trust when a war
ship flying the trl-color comes to Ho
nolulu, they aro made to feel that at
the Catholic Mission they arc as much
at home as If they were In their village
church. Looking around, don't you
see something which reminds jou of
tho church of your childhood? Look
at flie priest officiating at tho altar;
look at the decorations of the church;
I listen to the music which Is sung by
me cnoir; senu jour minu over to
Drltanny nnd look at the similarity of
all those things.
The Catholic church Is one nnd uni
versal and her ritual Is the same all
over tho world.
Now, my dear compatriots. I do not
want to detain jou any longer. Do
back to jour beautiful ship, nud wher
ever jou may go, nlwajs remember
that jou nro "Cnthollnuu et Ilrcton
toujours," May God bless you nil.
Soon nftcr 1 o'clock the Intinchci
from tho ship went to tho boat land
Ing where they took nboard those wait
ing. Shoro boats and other launches
were put In uso as the crowd was very
large and soon there was u Htrenm of
boats going to and fro between tho
shoro and ship carrjlng passengers
Tho Mission band was aboard the
cruiser and plajed well, nsslsted bv
members of the choirs of the Catholic
churches. On the quartci deck which
was reserved for the Invltid guests of
the officers, n most cnjojnble damn
was had to the music of the band, nnd
until late In the afternoon the guests
enjoyed themselves in dancing and the
sampling of light refreshments which
were spread for them.
Following was the menu:
Oeufs hwnlllcs polntes d'nsperges.
Petltes bouehees legenco.
I'llet de boeuf renaissance.
I'oulardes rotlrs crcsson.
Flageolet a l'Anglalse.
Cremc renvcrseo caramel.
Fiomnge gluco vanilla.
Tho guests at the dinner were as
follows- Mrs. Mott-Smlth Illrd. Mrs.
C. U. Cooper. Mr. and Mrs. 13. S. n'
mon, Miss Glllet. Consul Antalno Viz
zavona, Tho lllshop of I'anopnlls, Fa
ther Valentin and J. Tarn McOrcw.
The l'rotet will leave for Panama on
Thursday to bo present them during
tho troublous times now existing on
the Isthmus. It was tho Intention ro
ller to go from here to tho South Seas
and follow out Inst j ear's tour but
orders were received on tho last mall
boat from the Coast to have her go to
Mrs. Abigail Drew, aged 75 years,
died at the home of her grandchildren,
the Misses Fmlly nnd Mabel I.ndd,
Nuuanu avenue, jesterday morning.
Tho funeral will take place from the
Ladd homo at 4 o'clock this afternoon.
Deceased vvns the daughter of Mr.
13lwcll, a native of Maine, who came
to the Islands In 1824 on one of the
trndlng vessel fitted out In llostun for
the Pacific Coast and China trade, mak
ing theso Islands a way port for re
fitting nnd obtaining sandal wood. Ho
located hero and married a Hawaiian
Deceased was born In June of 1S-G.
Sho married Mr. Drew, a ship carpen-1 Maxwell
ter, and had three children Joann.i I
(Mrs. Ladd, deceased), Martha and Kams ..
Levi Drew all of whom are now dead M. A A.
Walluku, Feb. 1. The Walluku base
ball nine selected from the Maul Ath
letic Association, was defeated In two
well contested games on last Wedncs
daj and Saturday nttcrnoons. There
was unite a large attendance of visi
tors and many cheered the Kams most
hcartllj. ns our Walluku belles wished
to make the visit of the boys pleasant.
Prof. King and G. II. Schraedcr acted
ns umpires on both occasions and their
decisions were fair and Just. Follow
ing wus the personnel of the teams
that plnjed Saturdaj
M. A. A. O II. Cummlngs. c.: A
Jackson, p ; Chas llalley. ss , T. Plek
nrd. Hi.; S. Kelllnol. 2b., A. Garcia,
3b , L. II. Crook, rf., W. IL Uootc, cf.,
J. floss, If.
Kamehameha J. Kckuewa, e.; II
Lemon, p ; C. I! Lyman, ss.; n. Kaal.
lb , A. Alwobl. 2b . A Patten. 3b , K
Putil. rf.: I). Kapuulal. cf : II. Alkue,
SCOHI3 UV INNINGS.
I 2 3 4 5 G 7 8 9
Kams 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 li
M. A. A 3 0 0 10 0 0 0 0-1
The fine pitching of Lemon added
much to the success of the winning
On Wednesday afternoon, another
game of baseball was plnjed between
the same teams, the only difference be
ing that Pahla caught for the local
team while Dr. Uootc did not play on
account of slight bruises received dur
ing the first game. The Kams again
won by n score of C to 3. Following H
the official score by Innings kept by G
Vessels In Port. Knhittui, Jnnuarj 30.
Am. schr. James Iloiph, Fdwardson,
from Newcastle, coal; Am. bk. I3dward
Ma j. Hansen, from Klhcl. ballast, Am.
S. S. Iljadcs, Gnrllch, from Honolulu,
merchandise; Am. S. 8. Tamplcn, Far
den, from Honolulu, merchandise
Arrived Jnn. 13, schr. James Holph,
J. Kdwnrdson. 40 days from Nowcas
tlo coal; Jan. 20, 8. 3. Hyades, Garllch,
ono day from Honolulu, general mer
chandlBo; Jan. 27, bark Edward May,
ono day from rilhul. to load Biigar;
Jan. 30, S. 8. 'inmplco, Fnrdcn, ono
day from Honolulu, general merchan
dise. Arrived Kannapall A.-.i. stmr. Ha
waiian. Lyons, from Honolulu.
3 4 r C
0 0 0 1
0 0 0 0
7 8 9
3 0 f,
0 1 0 J
HAVE YOU LIGHT ENOUGH ?
This Question presents Itself often
to tho ii"'rl.atit nnd also hc ques
tion, Aro they aatlsfvroiy?
the new arc lamps
now being Instnlled by us r"celve Hie
hearty endorsement of every ono who
uses them and wo havo reeommenda
tlons from tho most prominent busi
Tho cost of this light Is much lower
than that of the Incandescent One
lamp giving five times tho amount of
light for tho same monej-. They nro
steady, brilliant of great pcnetratlm;
power and burn eighty hours with oue
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MACHINES SOLD, RENTED AND REPAIRED,
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The Bulletin, 75cts. per montli
The fourth game of the Indoor Ilaso
ball League hcrtes took place In the Y.
M. C A gjmnnsliim Raturduj night be
tween tho I3venlng Class and Malle
Illmas Tho latter won by a scoio of
20 to 10. The teams were ns follows-
Mallo Illmas K MtCoirlston, c,
Dan Falvcy. p , John Clark, lb ; J
Marenlllno, 2h., A Mnrcalllno, 3b ; Hen
Clnik, ss , A. Illnckmnn, rf ; Geo.
I3vcnlng Class 13. M. Chcntham, c ,
Mark .lolinMon, p , C. Glrvln, lb ; Jim
Gorman, 2b., It. S. Plereon, 3b ; C.
Taylor, ss , W. W. Crook, rf ; W.
The Mlkahala left Makaweli Satur
day for Walmea, where she will load
sugar. The schooner Susie M. Plum
mer leaves Makaweli Monday (today)
for tho Sound. Tho bark W. D Flint
Is discharging freight nt Makaweli,
and will probably start loading sugar
Tuesdaj-. Tho schooner Itobort
Senrles left I31ecIo Saturday for the
Sound. The schooners Kn Mol and
Allen Kimball nro discharging coal nt
Koloa Tho schooner rwlllght is at
Hnnnlei. The schooner Hunolpu start
ed loading Mcllrydo sugar at Klecle
Vessels In Port. January 3i. Am.
bk. Annie Johnson, Williams, Am bk.
Amy Turner, Warland; Am. up Ma
rlon Chllcott, Nelson; Am. bl. .Martha
Davis, McAllmnn; Am. bk. Santiago,
Ingnlls, Am. bk. St. Knthoiiue. Saun
HINTS FOR HOUSEHOLDS.
In serving the turkey or chicken
hash the dnj utter tho feast, trj boil
ing two or three green peppers anil
ihopplng them up with the meat before'
Il l put in thcyiJiot sauce.
It tabid dressing curdles when beln?
mixed, add a little cold water. Btii
uulclilj, and it will bccunio iiU
It u few diops of gljcerlne are added
to the btarch for collars and cuffs etc.,
it will pi event the Iron from btlcklng
and also linrart a beautiful gloss to the
To tell fungi fiom mushrooms, spiln
Uie a ltule salt on the pink under part.
If they turn yellow, they are polkun
oiis, If black, thej aic good to eat.
A plain vanilla ue.im is the base for
many elaborate desserts. Colered vio
let with a little harmless violet vege
table coloring, packed In a ring mould,
and turned out Inter on a bed of whip
ped cream, tho center filled with can
dled violets, nn attractive deiicrt for
a violet luncheon Is evolved. For a
rose tint, a drop or two of ccvhluejl
may be used, pistachio nut foi giecu,
or u little gruted orange ill! J foi an
What n wonderful Discovery Is
PAIN-Klller' It not only cures tho IIU
of tho human family, but Is also the
sure remedy for horses with colic. It
has never been known to fall In a euro
of tho worst cases; nnd for sprains,
koIIb, etc., It never falls tiy It once
Directions accompany each bottle Sold
by druggists guncinlly. Avoid substi
tutes, thcro is but on Palu-Klller, Per
ry Davis'. Prlco 25c. and 50i.
A charming 'll.ichclor's mu-.lc.ili'"
was given jesterdaj afternoon at I ho
Castle M.inoa valley residence A I
though the weather left mm U to be
desired unite n large number of peoplo
wero present to enjoj tho piogram
which was ns follows
Intermezzo (Piano and Violin) Have
Mrs. C. It. Cooler aud Tnm McCrew
Song De Koven
Celeste (encore) New comb
Mrs. I3dlth Preston Howard.
Jesus, Lov er of My Soul
Men's Quartet (Messrs. Drown,
Skinner, Muckley unci Thornton.)
Piano Arabesque Schurman
Song A la Stella Confldento (vio
lin ohllgato, Mr. Amme).Kobandl
Mrs. IMIth Preston Howard.
Hymn Glorious Things of Thee Aro
Spoken .. -
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Lending DrcHHrntiklnjV Hocihc unci Millinery Pnrlorn.
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The Germania Life Insurance Company,
OF NEW YORK.
Paid to Policy Holders since 1SC0 for Death Claims. ..$21,373,409 CS
For Matured Policies 7.D07.C08 27
Dividends and Surrenders 13,099,131 37
Totnl $15,577,212 29
Manager for Hawaiian Islands. JUDD BUILDINQ.
Walluku. Feb 1-1, It Crook, for
merlj manager of the Itose rtanih,
Flupat.ikiin Maul has been appointed
by Judge Knlua as Clerk or the Second
Circuit Court to succeed .Ins N K
Keohi. resigned Mr Crook's commis
sion dates from the first of this month
The appointment meets with the ap
proval of the communltj for Mr
Ciook Is not onlj n very able young
man and will discharge the duties of
the office with satisfaction to all con
cerned, but be Is nn nil around athlete
and makes n fine addition to the Maul
Athletic Association Mr. Keola tho
retiring clerk, will devote his whole at-'
tent Ion to tlio dutlcB of the olflie of
cleputj tax assessor and collector for
the Walluku district.
Walluku, Feb 1 A meeting of the
btockholdcrs of the Maul Drug Co
popularlj known us the Maul Hotel,
was to tnko place last evening, hut
owing to the unavoidable alMlne of
Auditor Taj lor, the meeting whs post
poned until next March A T lla
genenmp. manager, has tendered his
resignation, and will llkclj be succeed
ed bj Mr. Peterninn. nt present In
rbnige of the hotel barroom. Mr
aud Mrs. Hagencamp will return to tlio
Coast In the near future.
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The" last game of the Polo League,
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