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EVENINO DULLETIN, HONOLULU, IT. T., SATUItnAY, FEU. IB, 1002.
Big Sacrifice Sale
Dcforo giving you tho prices offered In this salo let us define the
policy of tho now management regarding advertising bargains. Our ad
vertisements, as we stated last week, aro to give nows of now arrivals
In stock and from time to tlmo offer special Inducements, Wo want ev
ery iaay to know Sachs' Dry Goods Co. wjll not offer a bargain unless
u is a Dargain, -mat is mo true mission or. ino advertisement, and
you will find It faithfully carried out at our store.
Reductions for one week only
VALUES NOT CONSIDERED
Wo must make room for tho Spring Goods which will soon arrive
By taking advantage of theso extraordinary prices ou will Bavo from
one third to one-half on standard dress materials. After tho sale all
tho goods will bo sold only at regular prices.
Remember only this week
UHGINNING MONDAY, FEB. 10.
8ce tho goods displayed In window and interior and note tho follow
CAMEL'S HAIR GOODS
In fancy plals, extra fine all
Wide $ .75
Fancy Checked Suitings
Dcuclo effects; BO In. wldo.
Regular prlco, $1.25 yard.
Sale Price 75c
in fancy plaids, extra fine all
flno range of shades; douulo
fold; regular prlco, COc yard.
Sale Price 45c
all wool, beautiful combination
42 In. wide $ .75 45c
44 In. wlde..$1 to 1.25 65c
All Wool Cheviots
fancy materials, 56 Inches wide;
regular price, $1.25.
Sale Price 65c
Fine F, Flannels
nowcBt designs in fancy stripes,
polka dots, cashmcro offectH.
Regular prices, l and $1.25.
Sale Price 75c
Polka Dot Cashmeres I Silk Striped Waistings
an wool, positively new, douulo '
fold; regular price, $1. I
Sale Price 80c
very latest designs, all now
goods; regular price, ?1 yard.
Sale Price 80c
DONT MISS THIS SALE
N. S. SAOH'S DRY GOODS CO., Ltd.
WHY THROW $40 AWAY
by paying $100 for a typewriter when you can get an up-to date
strictly high grado machine
The Wellington Visible Writer
for $60. This machine Is a revolution In typewriters. Ono of
many endorsements given tho Wellington Typewriter Is as follows
"We make tho statement positively
that they nro absolutely tho best, ex
celling all others In simplicity, dura
bility nud accuracy. Wo aro using 76
of thorn In our Philadelphia and Now
York stores. They havo our unquali
"(Signed) JOHN WANAMAKEU."
' We havo Just received a shipment of theso typewriters and
will bo pleased to glvo full particulars regarding samo.
Theo. H. Davies & Co., Ltd.
PER S. S. "ALAMEDA'
New Line Golf Shirts
very lutcst In the market.
SILK AND GRAPE SHIRTS. PONGEE
SILK FOR SUITS, direct from the Orient,
BIG LINE OF KIMONAS. - -
ftoblnaon Block, Hotel Street.
General Merchandise. Dry Goods, Groceries.
Japanese Provisions, etc,
MAGOON BLOCK, MERCHANT rtTREET.
3?. a. :Bcac880 JlvtEeuiP. 21E
DIQ HOLIDAY STOCK OF TOY8.
Many new 6tayles 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 BOI g?s
THE OLDEST CHi. v-SE FIRM IN HONOLULU.
DttUri Is Ftot Sllki tod Gnai Llatai. Cblnn o4 Jipauas Good! of All I tali,
sio-iii Nauinu atrtil.
The Bulletin, 75cts. per month
BLOW ATTHE "KARTEL"
NEW SCHEME TO SOLVE
CUBAN SUGAR QUESTION
Raise Countervailing Duty on German
and Austrian Sugar Now Be
ing Considered by Secre
tary of Treasury.
Washington, Fob. 2. International
interest will doubtless be manifested In
the discussion ot the subject of Cuban
reciprocity between the advocates of a
reduction of duty on Cuban sugar and
tobacco on the one hand and those
who prefer to relieve any distress
which may exist In the Island on the
other, for, nsldc from tho fact that !
stimulation ot sugar production In Cu
ba would be a blow at domestic sugar
beet and cane growers, It would mater
ially affect German and Austrian u-.
gar exporters, who now supply our
markets to a considerable extent. I
A new proposition has been present-j
cd to the President, which he promis
ed should have careful consideration,
namely, to adancc the countervailing
duty on Btigar from Austria and Ger
many forty points. It is argued that
through tho cartel sjstcm in oguc In
both countries the producers In Aus
tria and Germany derive nn Indirect
bounty of .40 of a cent per pound In
addition to the Government bounty of
.27 per pound The proposition Is that '
tho President, through (lie Secretary
of the Treasury, shall advance the
countervailing duty now In forco
against these sugars from .27 of n cent
per pound to .67 per pound. In sup
port of this proposal It Is nrgued that
this action would afford additional
protection to Cuban planters and glvo
them all the relief they need, nnd have
the additional advantage of stlmulat-1
lug the domestic production of cane1
and beet sugar. A careful prescntn-'
tlon was made to the President of the
subject by a representative of both the
beet and cane Interests, nnd he prom
ised It should be referred to Secretnry
Shaw for his consideration This has
been done nnd Secretary Shaw will
doubtless communicate his findings to
the President. I
No nctlon along this line will be tak
en until after exhaustive research, for
It would Involvo the commercial rela
tions existing between this country
nnd Germany nnd Austria, which coun
tries would be more than likely to re
sent any further imposition of conn
tenalllng duty Nor Is the proposition
favorably considered bj refiners In tho
United States who are advocating free
Cuban sugar, for It would Increase the
duty on raw sugar without affecting
thnt on refined sugar to nny extent, a
Mate of affairs the sugar refiners wish
to avoid, for, as tho president of tho
National Refining Company admitted 1
In advocating a reduction before tho
Vns and Means Committee. It Is their
desire to depress the price of raw I
sugar as much as possible and keep tho '
price of refined where It Is now. thus
Increasing their profits by pocketing'
tho difference. It Is, therefore, ex-1
pecteil that the advocates of a rcduc-l
tlon In the tariff will be as strenuous j
In their opposition to the countervail
ing duty proposition ns they have been
In support of their contention that
Cuban sugar should come In free I
Should Austrian and German Inter-1
csts bo drawn Into the dispute further
than they nroiow It would additional-
y complicate the situation On paper
the Imposition of n countervailing duty I
of forty points additional against Ger
man and Austrian sugais amounts to
the same as n 25 per cent reduction on
the duty of 1 07 on Cuban Rugnr, thus ,
meeting the President's wishes ns to I
the pciccntagp of bpneflt necessary
Whether It would be tho samo In piae-1
tlco or not would remain to be seen.
The meat of tho matter Is that reel-'
prnclty would be a reduction In the'
tariff, while tho other proposition
means protection for Cuban Bitgar pro
ducers by Imposing a tariff upon their j
The Interview between the President
and Speaker Henderson and Hepreseu-
A prominent Montreal clerermsn, the Iter Jntmt
II Dixon, Itector PL Jades snd lion. Cunnn of
Ctarlit Church otlirdrsl, wrltmi-'Termlt me to
fend you e, few Itnei to strongly recommend
Ptnnt DiTlt'rjux.KlLLtn. I !iv nsnt It with
stlsfKllon for llilrly-Bte rears. It Is prepara
tion hlch deserts s full public conlldetce. '
A sore enre for
Two Sires, !5c snd SOc.
Tbrlsonljonel"aln-Klller, Porry Dnvls.'
tatlvc Dalzcll icstcrday. It can be said
on good authority, was pleasant, but J
no conclusions were rcnclfed. President
Roosevelt did not take the others to I
tnsk for not agreeing with his views.'
as he probably recognized they were
entitled to their ow n. He said his con-,
vlctlon remained tho same, that n 23
per cent reduction In the tariff was
necessary to place Cuba on a higher
road to commercial prosperity. Hen-1
derson nnd Dalzcll Informed him they
had made a careful study of the situa
tion as presented to the Wnjs and
Mcnns Committee by representatives
of both sides, nnd, to their minds
there existed no reason why Cuba
should be assisted at the expense of
United States sugar and tobacco grow
ers They told the President they
thought the action contemplated
might coit the Republican party the'
House, and while they were only will
ing nnd anxious to Join forces with
him In relieving Cuban distress of nny
character, they hoped It could be done
without endangering the political wel
fare of the Republican party
The three separated without any
conclusions being reached, but It Is
more than probable that tho subject
will be discussed nt the Republican
caucus Monday night. This, while
called for tho purpose of discussing
the advisability of taking up the con
sideration of the election laws In the
Southern States, was also called "for
other purposes "
The hearings before tho Wavs and
Means Committee will be printed early i
next week nnd the committee will set
tle down to the consideration and tils-1
cusslon of the eldence presented It
Is scnrrel) possible n conclusion will,
be reached for three weeks nt the ear
liest. If It should bo favorable to u-'
ban reciprocity on the lines of a re
duction In the tarl.ff, ". bill will be re
ported from the committee. Should It
be adverse no report will bo necessary,
ns no bill Is before tho committee.
Should the President necept the coun
tervailing duty proposition, no legisla
tion on the subject Is necessary, as the
Secretary of the Treasury ran Issue,
the order, as was done In the rase of
the Russian sugar bounties.
FIVE DROUGHTY YEARS
DEPRESS FRUIT GROWERS
Experience of a Vitlcullurist in the
Garden of Southern California
Procession of Bad
"Well, I suppose It will do good It
Is a pity California could not havo
some of It."
Such were the remarks with which
Mr Ilrascli, a former v rtlculturlsC of
Southern California, greeted the ad
vent of jestcrclnj's konn storm as he
sat down at Noltc's for lunch,
"Yes," lie continued In answer to n
question. "California has been dry for
five j ears now. It Is unusual, the sta
tistics previous to this period having
created an expectation of senrcely mora
than one year of drought out of twen
"Tho last enr of rain was 1897.
when the fruit crop was unusually
good. 1 had forty acres of the finest
land In the Santa Clara valley That
jcar I raised 272 '4 tons of grapes,
which yielded 10,000 gallons of wine.
In 1899 my crop dwindled to 40 tons,
In 1899 to 15 tons ami In 1900 to five
tons This was enough of the business
for me. The 1S97 crop was nn extra
ordinary one, as the average jlcld In
favorable jears was four tons of
grnpes to tho acre."
Mr. Ilrascli had lived In Southern
California for 2(! jean He gave up a
lucrative position In the San Jose
brewery to engage In viticulture. At
present he Is cngnged In supervising
the erection of n malthouso for (lie
Honolulu brewery, having come here
about five months ago His experience
In California ns Just related will re
mind readers of the Ilulletin of whtt
a leading financier said In an anony
mous Interview n few weeks ago
"I do not know that our pruspec s
are so verj gloom " said this author
ity, "for my part I should still pitfer
sugar In Hawaii to fruit In Callfnrlrl' '
Dcforo civilized man had heard or
dreamed of It, Klckapoo Indian Oil
was healing tho wounds, relieving nnd
curing tho aches nnd pains of tho Red '
Man. Ucforo clvi Izcd man had heard i
of It, It kept tho natives In perfect
health. And slnco civilized man ha3
known It, tho catcgoiy ofeur cs has j
becomo voluminous. No other medi
cine has mado- such cures; because
Klckapoo Indian Oil is nature's remc-'
dy, nud nature stands back of It. Your
1 fll iTfrlot lift a It r ni-i rrnt It fnaloi '
on getting the gcnulno Klckapoo In
dian Oil. Hobron Drug Co , agents for
Klckapoo Indian Remedies.
KfJMI Ol.VCUIV. ..UIIHUIIHT.IH.nfc'
-Svk3 anil wn mall ln.lriictloiii.tp.tlinon!
- st. unit ...nil KDfC ft. Hmi.nfr a
rrcccy riere ni mom riaim.jrMt'iry. vt rueai mice.
seme Book Co uoi3B.Athevlile N Carolina u s A
Pacific Rebekah Lodge. No 1, I, O.
O 1'. had a very successful time nt tho
Parmers' dance In Progiess Hall last
night. Dancing was tho feature of the
entertainment Theie wcte about .100
people present. The hall was decorat
ed with sugar ane Near the musl
I clans' platform was n large stack uf
l hay, a wheelbarrow, rakis und other
farm Implements There were two
largo lemonade Jars In n torner loom
opposlto tho musicians' platform In
another room more refreshments wern
setved The grand march began nt
8..1U o'clock and was led by Mr and
The second edition of the special
Industrial edition Is now ready for
distribution. Get your orders In early.
Price 25 cento.
There will be two games of sso
clatlon football plajrd on the M.iklkl
grounds this afternoon The Junior
Association Football League will havo
its first game, starting nt J 43 o clock
p. in sharp It will bo between tho
Malle-Illmns and tho Punahou team,
with the following line-up
Malic Illinns Goal Ludulgsen:
backs, Erllch, II Nott. forwards Os
borne, II Halle) . I" Dodge
Punnlious Goal, Gllman, backs Ma
goon, Drcler, forwards Dowsett, An
drews, S Dodge.
Tho senior game will be between the
llonolulus nnd the Mnlle Illinns. be
ginning nt 4 15 o'clock. This match
was plajcd In the early part of this
ear. the Mallrs winning one goal. The
game was protested, however, ns tho
Sialics had plajcci an Ineligible man
nnd It was decided that It should bo
plnjcd over again The line-up will
be as follows
llonolulus Goal, Andrews hicks.
Oleason llnrvcj halves. Parish. Ka.
M Anderson forwards, .McWhlrter.
Glass. Goudle. Illltz. l'lddes.
Mulle Illmas Goal Penwlck, barks
It Anderson MeGlll. halves, C'rnlk
Ilrown. J Anderson, forwards Mitiiro,
I.ansclnle. llojle, Cummtngs, Holster
K limps on Is Polling.
Chicago, Feb fi The Inter Ocenn
late tonight received a dispatch from
Washington stating that Real Admiral
V. T Sampson Is unconscious and
that his death Is believed to be Immi
nent Admlial Sampson was horn
Fcbiuarj 1SI0 Should he live until
Sitndnj he will be ictlrcd for age.
The Lady I suppose art fills jour
The Artist Yes but otherwise Its
not nlwujH so llllln- Indlanapoiis
ARE YOU DEAF??
Fferr kind of mtntm anr) riinirult littir
1MB: en ii lir rnrrl ly niir new IriTCMIon, mh
thoo hftTlittf btrn born ilrtf nro Inoumbl Ur
In llircrHrtinittit iiiiff, m n1 part'nuari jbm'
yourcnue toniittrtiimi nmlhtlvlcti It r. ktvt
ouo (an tttru liiiiiKilf a ,. til uwn rumio at Tin
DIR. DALTOiTS AURAL CLINIC,
tin Lusallu Avenue. C KK'ACJO. II t. . II H A
Henry fi. Williams
Till! pttOGRESKIVl! UNDEHTAKIUJ
OP t HONOLULU i WITH i Till!
CITY FURNITURE STORE
a specialty. . .
The very la'est methods
employed In caring f r the
dead. Alull stock of the bet
and up-to-date unJeitaklng
gooJ anJ paraphernalia.
Remember there Is no other
MR. WILLIAMS connected
with this establishment ; so
make no more mlsUkes.
Office, 1I4G and 118 Fort St., Love Building
Phone, Main 64, Residence 1375 Fort St., below Vineyard. Phone and NIrM Call, White 3811.
' ' '" "' " " . ' "
Advantages of I
Tho ndvantages of electrical transmission of power aro numer
ous, but tho 111010 Important ma bo treated under the following
2. Convenience and Flexibility.
3. Saving of Power.
4. Sanitary Improvement.
5. Increased Output.
6. Decreased Coat of Maini.n....
A full nxolnnntlnn nt llin nlmvn iuini. .. nt i. ..i ..,... ...
-- - ---, ... -. ..u.i ,.., ,,, uu i-iii'iTiccur given at
our office or wo will call nnd see jou
HAWAIIAN ELECTRIC CO., Ltd.
rV.ifXU aiKUHI, NUAK ALAKEA.
EMIL T. DREIER?::
"I think there be six Hlchmondt s In
The electrical field has only one
It's electro galvanized.
ench piece ean be grounded -
without extra precautions.
It cannot rust
there is more lo tell
and I like to tell It
CONTRACTING AND CONSULTING
Office, Room 8 Maaoon Dlda.
Telephone Olue 281.
Evening Bulletin, 75c per month
Whllo waiting for our now store In tho Sachs' Building to bo
completed, wo havo moved temporarily Into the FISHER BLOCK, op
posite LOVE BUILDING, vvhero wo nro prepared to sell tho samo ex
cellent standard of furnlturo as wo havo alwajs maelo It a point to
Our temporary quarters aro very handsome and a visit from you
will bo welcome,
PORTER FURNITURE CO., LTD."
l'lalier Block, opp. Love (lid.. Port Ktrcet.
SMITH PREMIER TYPEWRITERS
Still in the Lead-Always in the Lead.
HIGHEST AWARD AT PARIS EXPOSITION
HIGHEST AWARD AT BUFFALO EXPOSITION
It's tlmo to turn over a new leaf If j-ou havo never used tho
Smith I'romlor Superior In construction nnd efficiency. Send or
call for catalogue.
C. W. MACFARLANE
MACHINES SOLD, RENTED AND REPAIRED.
Weekly Bulletin, $1.00 per year
SHREVE & CO., San Francisco
To facllltnto trado with tho Hnwallan Islands, will uellver
nil goods purcnnBed or ordered or them free of nil charges
for transportation to Honolulu or returning samo to Snn
Frunclscu. floods will bo sont on selection to thoso know
ing tho firm, or who will furnish satisfactory references in
Jewelers, Gold and Silver Manufacturers,
Aliipltet tt Pout 6tH., 6. P.
Illustrated CATAI.OOUB nnd prices furnished upon receipt
of rcnuost. Wo have tho largest manufactory of Jowolry
and Silverware west of Now ork City, nnd aro prepared to
furnish sneclnl designs
Tel. Mnln till.
PoHtofflcc Dox G7
BIG SHIRT WAIST SALE
FOR ONE WEEK ONLY, ALL WAISTS MARKED
BELOW COST. CALL AND EXAMINE THEM.
A. A. MONTANA,
Leiiillnrv nrcKHimiltlng IIoiihc nnd Millinery I'nrlors.
Arlington Block, Hotel Ht. II. Pj DAVISON, Miinnger.
The Germania Life Insurance Company,
OF NEW YORK.
Pnld to Policy Holders slnco 18C0 for Death Claims .$!M,373,tG9 65
For Matured Policies 7.507.G08 27
Dividends and Surrenders 13,699,134 37
Total t3,G77,212 29
Manager for Hawaiian Islands,
The weekly edition of the Evening Get your orders In for the special
Bulletin Is the largest ena best pub- Industrial edition. The second edition
llshed In the Territory. Sixteen and Is now ready for distribution. Prlco
twenty pages. $1 a year. 25 cents.