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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, If. T., TUESDAY, mlJ. 18, 1002.
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will soon be opened
Our big flalo of last week Is over and wo aro getting ready to handlo
the new "Spring Goods" duo to arrlvo on tho "Sierra."
Wo havo selected this now stock
with great caro and tho design will bo
a revelation o( beauty to shoppers.
Many now novelties will be Intro
duced and Just as soon as wo get
tho goods nrranged wo will glvo you
all tho nows.
WATCH THIS SPACE
The new goods Include PRINTED ORGANDIES,
MUSLINS, PERSIAN LAWNS, EMBROIDERED
SWISSES, DIMITIES, FANCY WHITE GOODS,
SILK MIXED GOODS, FOULARD SILKS, ETC.
WHY THROW $40 AWAY
by paying $100 for a typewriter when you can get an up-to-date
strictly high grade machine
The Wellington Visible Writer
for $60. This machlno is a revolution In typewriters. One ot
many endorsements given tho Wellington Typewriter Is as follows
"Wo mako tho statement positively
that they aro absolutely tho best, ex
celling all others In simplicity, dura
bility nnd accuracy. Wo aro using 75
of them In our Philadelphia and Now
York stores. They havo our unquali
(Signed) JOHN WANAMAKER."
We have Just received a shipment ot theso typewriters and
will be pleased to glvo full particulars regarding same.
Theo. H. Davies & Co., Ltd.
DOWAGER AND YOUNG EMPEROR
WITH LADiES OF FOREIGN LEGATION
Pelting, Feb. 1. Tho Dowager Em edicts glvo promlso of great good to
tho Emperor and the Empress yr people ami 10 your y ..,....
mi. nnn-Ann tilmnrflaa rntilv urn a
this afternoon received tho ladles and cxcccdngly friendly In tone. It was
children of the diplomatic corps In tho n part as follows:
palace. Tho audience was tho most I "Last car tho dissensions In tho
revolutionary event Blnco tho return Wco cmkA a revolution, which com.
of tho Court to Peking. Tho cxclu- Ie'l ollr1!a8t.5r departure, but It Is a
slvcness of Chinese royalty and tbs Rrcnt gratification to us Hint our re
prejudices against tho meeting of tho t to tho capital has caused such re
. ' - .v..i...i .i .i. ?....i... In r nc n China and abroad."
was less formal than Is usual In Hu- Bracelets and rings of great pallia
roncan courts were then placed upon Mrs. Congers
Tho Dowager Empress occupied tho wl8 "nu fingers,
throne with a brilliant assemblage of I Tho Dowager Empress made Inqulr
ti.i i r- . i. .ii i....u... lea reznrd tha other ladles who were
The Emperor was seated upon a small In Peking during tho jl ft ,B
platform In tho center of tho room. SfUoiw. and Mtnes. Balnbrldge and
The visiters, upon entering, bowed J,10"'8?0' ,he , "?.. nf ?So Amnr.
twice to tho Emperor and several of Balnbrlc ge nnd Morlssc .of the Amerl-
them ascended to the throne and horn " ami irenc. -"" "'' '""
cd to tho Dowager Empress. Mrs. b wcro presented and warmlj greet
uiiser, vviiu oi uiiu oiuita .uiiu. - -. ,. ,,,, . ,,,
tcr Conger, ns doyeness of tho dlplo- ruiiuwius umi ,c"''""" " ', ,':
mn.ln .M rnn.l n .nnnM, rvhlpl, in. WOS glVCtt. Tills WBS Spread llpOrt
translated by Secretary Williams, and V t,- ". ?X K3
tho Dowager replied. ?'., " , . , Z , mi Mm
Haron Cilkann. the Austrian Mln- ''?. Bnrt Mrf.VCon,,L" f vZr
Ister and doyen of the diplomatic UclllIn P pl,thcr sldc' Til0, h?Z
corps, presented all tho Indies to tho r as the only man present except
Dowager Empress, who took tho band '?" .; Prospect! ye Minister rom
of each of them. They wcro next pro- China to Great Britain, who knot be.
sented to tho Emperor, who also shook 8lde V10 P.wTr .T Th vJZZ
hands with thorn preted what sho said. Tbo hmpcrof
""The guehssh,hmen retired to the ante- -t at the head of Sihcd
room. The Dowager Empress, enter- 5' nn1 the Dowager Lmprcjs touched
Ing the room, grasped Mrs. Conger's Bla88es wltl' tl10 "cat8'
hand, which she held for some mln- Tho Dowager Empress talked dil
utes, trembling, weeping and sobblnn ' matedly. She Bald that China would
loudly, and exclaiming In broken sen- abandon her policy of Isolation nnd
Iptiroi llin tho nttnrk- lltinn lin tnim. ndont the best features Of Western
tlons was a tcrrlblo mistake nnd that life, and would Bend many students
she repented It bitterly. abroad.
In reply Mrs. Conger assured her ' Afterward
that tho paBt would be forgotten.
Mrs. Conger satd: 'Wo heartily
congratulate you and tho Imperial
Court that tho unfortunate situation
which led you to abandon your beauti
ful capital has been so hnpplly resolv
tho Dowager Empress
nnd tho Emperor mingled with their
guests nnd Her Majesty conversed
with every one, and particularly notIC'
ed the children. Tho Emperor was ad'
dressed through an Interpreter and
bowed without Bpcnklng. The Inter-
N. S. SACHS' DRY GOODS CO., Ltd.
(d, that you nro now permitted to re- prcter composed his rcpllcB. Every
'.urn In freedom and peace. The lady of tho visiting pnrty was given n
events or tho past two years must havo pair or Jeweled lirncoiets ami n son
been as painful to you as to tho rest tolre pearl ring, besides other souve
of tho world, but tho sting of the ex- nlrs.
nerlence may bo cllmlnntcd by tho es- Tho project of sending n spcclnl nils
tabllshtuent ot franker, more trustful slon to Washington to thank I'resI
nnd friendlier relntlons between thn dent Itooscvelt for tho conspicuously
Chinese and tho other peoples of tho friendly policy of tho United States
earth. I throughout the recent events nnd dur-
"Tho world Is moving forward, the Ing tho peace negotiations is being
tide of progress cannot be stayed, and discussed nt tho foreign Ofllce, nnd
it Is hoped that China will join with the American uovernmont win ie
the great sisterhood of nations In the sounded concerning tho ncceptablo
grnnd march. The recent imperial ness of such a mission.
This wonderful mcdlclno haB never
been equalled as a Btomach Btrength
cner and health builder. It Is tho only
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nnd run down and you suiter from
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tiatuiency, sour stomach or headache.
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5 OF III
TO CONTROL RIlllROADS
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New Line Golf Shirts
very latest In tho market.
SILK AND GRAPE SHIRTS. PONGEE
SILK FOR SUITS, direct from the Orient.
BIG LINE OF KIMONAS. - -
RolilnBon Block, Hotel Street.
Dcs MolncB, In., Feb. 5. Clara Mor- Washington, Feb. 1 Senator El-
rlB and her husband, Frank" C. liar- Jtlng, chairman of tho Interstate Com
rlott. were relieved this morning from ' 0 Conlm,ttcc tod.ty Introduced a
a very embarrassing situation by tho , . ,, , ' ,
arrival of funds from Omaha. Tho bl" rnalt,ne a number of changes In
disappearance of Thomas Droadhurst, tho Interstate commerce law, the most
manager for Miss Morris, with all tho Important of which aro tho following:
cash was responsible for their dlffl- diving tho Interstate Commerce
cutty. I Commission authority under certain
Tho absenco of Droadhurst caused conditions to fix railroad rates, legal
Miss Morris to break her engagement tzlns pooling and abolishing Imprison
to lecture nt Omaha last night, as she ment as a method of punishment for
should not get there. Harriott tried offenses against tho law.
every way poBslblo to ralso tho mon- ( The provision with reforenco to tho
ey to pay tho bills nnd buy tlckctB to fixing of rates authorizes tho Inter-
umaha. He even onoren to pawn ptnto Commerce Commission to hear
some of Miss Morris' Jewels, but, be- complaints of discrimination inndn
Ing unablo to mako any satisfactory against common cnrrlcrs, and directs
arrangement, mo leciurer nnu ner nus- mm any definite order made by the
uanu nnu m awau mo arrival ot Commission after such hearing, de
funds. 'ciarlng a rate regulation or practice
Miss Morris and her husband put In to bo lust nnd n-nunnnMn nimil imn,,.
two very mlsernblo days after tho dls- nporatlo and bo observed by tho par
covcry of Ilrondhurst'B disappearance, ty or parties agalnBt whom It Is made
Tho actress appeared hero Monday within thirty days after notice. An
night. Tho proceeds wcro turned over pcn (0 tho United States Circuit Court
to Ilroadlmrst and ho has not been nnd to tho Supreme Court of the
ni-i-ii piui-u. nii. .. ii.i u .... .u united states is authorized. Tlio lat
he found. ter court Is given authority to suspend
A Chicago dispatch says F. Wright or revoke a rate order mnde by tho
Newman, under whoso management Commission upon application by par
Miss Morris lectured In Chicago, was te8 affected, and aH bucIi orders aro
not greatly surprised when Informed mitnii in nnn vonr'n dnrntlnn.
of Manager Droadhursfs disappear-( Tlu gCctlon of tho bill concerning
anco. noollnc nrovldcs that "It shall Im law.
"My dealings with Droadhurst were f,tl for nny two or moro common car.
not of n very satisfactory naturo, rcr8 to nrrnng0 between and nmong
said Mr. Newman. Miss Morris ox- themselves for the establishment or
perlenccd tho same dimculty. Wo mnntCnanco of rates. It alno shall be
could not locate him while ho was In )nwflll for sllch carrlcrs ,6 nfirco hy
Chicago. Miss Morris embarrassment contract In writing filed with tho Inter-
can only uo temporary, as ner nusuanu atato Commerce Commission upon tho
is wcaitny. neing a remtiyo oi w.e ,UvBon of tnclr trafllc or carnlnes or
The following changes In the Ha
waiian National Guard are made, pur
suant to an order publlslic.1 yesterday
by Col. John II. Sopcr, adjutant gen
eral. r. A. Smith to be first lieutenant
Company A. He-elected December 13,
i:. I.. Hermit, to be second lieutenant
Company A. He-elected December 1.1,
(lus Hose to be captain Company (
with rank from January 7, 1902, vko
Charles Wilcox, retired.
S. K. Kamnlopllt to be first llcutcn
ant Company a, with rank from Jan
uary 7, 1902, vice Gus Hose, promoted.
1). Kcknullko to be second lieutenant
Company O, with rank from January
7. 1902, vlco S. K. Kumaloplll, promot
ed. Charles Wilcox upon his own appll
cation, duly approved by the regiment
commander, was placed on the retired
llMt, In accordant c with the provisions
of spitton 90, Civil Laws.
Tho following order for tho Wash
Ington's birthday pa ratio was also post
Headquarters First Regiment National
Guard of Hawaii.
Honolulu. H. T.. Feb. II, M02.
Heglmcntul Orders No. 7.
I The First Heglmcnt. National
Guard of Hawaii, will assemble timid
arms at the Drlllshcd, at 1:30 p. m. on
Saturday, February 22, 1902, prepara
tory to tuklng part In the parade.
2. Field and staff will parade dis
3. Uniform Fatigue, wlilto trouser
Hy order of Col. J. W. Jones.
Captain nnd Adjutant.
'FRISCO SUGAR WAR
Tho advantages of electrical transmission of power aro numer
ous, but tho more Important may bo treated tinder tho following
2. Convenience and Flexibility.
3. Saving of Power.
4. Sanitary Improvement.
5. Increased Output.
6. Decreased Cost of Maintenance.
A full explanation of tho above points will lie cheerfully given nt
our ofllco or wo will call and seo you.
HAWAIIAN ELECTRIC CO., Ltd.
KINQ STREET, NEAR ALAKEA.
EIHIIL T. DREIER
"I think there be six Hlchmondt's In
Tho electrical field has only one
each plcco can bo grounded
without extra precautions.
It cannot rust,
there Is moro to tell
nnd I llko to tell It.
CONTRACTING AND CONSULTING
Office, Room 8 Magoon Dldg.
Telephone Blue 281.
Big Furniture Store
Whllo waiting for our now storo In tho Sachs' Iluildlng to bo
completed, wo havo moved temporarily Into tho FISHER BLOCK, op
posite LOVE BUILDING, whero wo aro prepared to sell tho samo ex
cellent standard of furntturo as wo havo always mado It a point to
Our temporary quarters aro very handsome nnd a visit from you
will bo welcome.
PORTER FURNITURE CO., LTD.
PUIier Block, opp. Love BUI., Fort Htrcet.
General Merchandise. Dry Goods, Groceries.
Japanese Provisions, etc
MAGOON BLOCK, MEROHAKT STREET.
jS3 . 0- Box 880 ZMlatex 21R
Havomcyers of Now York."
Authority Is given to tho Interstnto
BIG HOLIDAY 8T0CK OF TOY8.
Many new Stayles Table Covers, Embroidered both of Grass Linen and
Embroidered Piano Covers, Silk Handkerchiefs, Ete.
Heavy Pongee 811k and White Silks, Victoria Lawn, India Lawn and
Laces of all kinds. New stock of Swiss- Embroideries.
DRY Q00D8 OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
P. O, DOS WJ.
THE OLDEST CHu 'SSE FIRM IN HONOLULU.
Dtri la Flat Silk toft Grtsi Ltotoi. Cblotu oJ JptDM Qooli of All Kli4i.
tto-flif Kuutoa itrtt.
The Bulletin, 75cts. per month
ST. LOUI8JI08PITAL1TY. p,a,,,, ngalnst tho falrneBs of such
qt I outs Feb 5 -President Francis l)0ollnK arrangements and to mnl.o an
St. Louis fell. 5. 1 resident francis or(,or annul,nR tll PCntruct In the
of the Louisiana Purchase fcxpoiltlon. reBpectg foum, (0 bo milIBt ,, lln.
has a caso of "bread cast upon tho jnwr,i. Kalltiro to comply with tho
water returning after many days." Ho nrjer will work tho annulment of tlio
Is In receipt of the following letter contract,
from a Chicago man: I Proceedings by writ of Injunction
"On tho night of October 7, 1801, I nro authorized npnlnst any party ills
boarded a truln at Hannibal, Mo., with obeying tho provisions of tlio bill, nnd
my bride of a few hours, en route to tho offending party also Is made sub
Kansas City. Kvery berth In tho J0? a Penalty of pl 0.000 to be paid
sleeper had been sold and none had Into tho Treasury of tho Unl oil Slates.
i,, L.ni f- i.n ii,rni, nmn Where railroads pass nto foreign
been reserved for bo through somo authority Is given In addition
blunder of ho ticket agent. Embar- t0 tho Imposition of fines to suspend
rasscd and distressed, I left tho young le movemcnt of tranH wUnn th
lady and wandered Into the Bmoklng united States until tho requirement
compartment, whero I found Col. John Bhall ho compiled with. A flno of not
Garth In company with a gentleman less than J1000 nor mori than $20,000
whom ho introduced as 'my friend, Is provided for tho willful refusal of
Oovernor Francis.' Upon learning of nnv carrier to publish tariffs of rates
my predicament you very generously nnd chnrges as required by tho Inter
Insisted on my accepting your berth, slnto commorco law.
happily solving for both bride and . Authority Is given to tho Commls
gioom a bewildering situation. Until 5lon '? ren-,llr,0 ,ho m" "rl,tlon of ,rnr-
nnn.- Ilin nnnnrlT.nllv tn llnillrtnta this flp ,a,e8 nni1 whorO tlierO Is reason-
now. tho opportunity 'W w f , i,, or
debt of gratltudo has not presented t- paBSPni!crg Bro ,)ClnK cnrrC(l t ,CiS
telf, and I trust you will not think tho than Ul0 rbllshed rates, tho Commls
payment Is In bad coin. I want to on authorized to begin proceeding
contribute In some measure to the sue- n the Circuit Court of tho United
cess of tlio. St. Louis Exposition. For States, which court Is required to en
San Francisco, Feb. 8. Frank Spcn-
nnw Inwn.n.nM L'n Cn.lllinl if Ar. n.l
Henry Halm of Portland, C. II. Hyde
of Tacoma, and Filskcn and Kcksteln
of Seattle, composing the delegation of
Jobbing grocers from the Northwest,
who are hero to adjust tho differences
In tho sugar trade, were active all of
ycBtcrday, Interviewing locnl Jobbers
and rentiers, with a view of harmoniz
ing conflicting Interests, nnd to end tbo
cutting of prices In sugar. During the
day they Interviewed a number of In
terested parties, and met with encour
agement from tho local Jobbers, whllo
the refiners maintained a non-committal
attitude. 1-ate In the afternoon the
lsltors met In the rooms of tho As
sociated Wholesale Grocers of Califor
nia and compared notes of their day's
doings, Tho outlook for nn ultimate
settlement of the rate war appears fa
voiable, Judging from tho encourage
ment received from local Jobbers, who
nre anxious to end tho warfare and
place tho business once moro upon a
paying basis. Conrirnlng tho district
ing for territory tho visitors have not
reccled any encouragement, ns local
men refute to bo restricted concerning
the territory In which they may sell
their goods, claiming that, when tho
rate war shall be ended, tho competi
tion will bo less keen. Tho visitors
will remain for some days In San
Finnclsro nnd continue their efforts
in bringing about peace among the su
UPHOLD RUSSIAN SUGAU TAX.
SMITH PREMIER TYPEWRITERS
Still in the Lead Always in the Lead.
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HIGHEST AWARD AT BUFFALO EXPOSITION
It's tlmo to turn over a new leaf If you havo never used the
Smith Premier. Superior in construction and efficiency. Send or
call for catalogue.
G. W. MAGFARLANE
MACHINES SOLD, RENTED AND REPAIRED.
SHREVE & CO,, San Francisco
To facllltato trado with tbo Hawaiian Islands, will deliver
all goods purchased or ordered of them, free of all charges
for transportation to Honolulu or returning samo to San
Francisco. Goods will be so nt on selection to thoso know
ing the Arm, or who 'will fur nisb satisfactory references la
Jewelers, Gold and Silver Manufacturers,
Market & Post 8ts., 6. P.
Illustrated CATALOGUE and prices furnished upon receipt
of request. Wo have tho largest manufactory ot Jowolry
nnd Sllvcrwnro west of Now York City, nnd aro prepared to
furnish Bpcclal designs.
Tel. Mnln 311.
Postotflce Box S7
IUchmond. Va.. Feb. 4. The United
States Circuit Court of Appeals hand
ed down nn opinion In tho case ol
Downs, versus tho United States, af
firming the action of tho United States
Circuit Court of Maryland in finding
In favor of the Government against
It, R. Downs, nn Importer of sugar, In
a test caso on the legality of an addi
tional tax nn Imported Russian sugar
under the provisions of tho tariff act
of July 25, 1S97. Tho point nt Issue
was as to whether Russia gave tho
sugar exporter a bounty and so comes
under this law.
AM I-IJ1TUALI8T ROW.
London. Feb. 4. Tho largo and
lashlonnblo congregation which at-
fourteen years my work has been along force an observance of tho published tended n memorial service, officially
on-lral HnnonloMrln llvMlmr nn1 In riff a Tl.n.t, ,,r..,l In I-B nm til lie ' dCSCrlbed BS a "rCOUlCm fOT tllO TCpOSU
telephony with a good share of busl- directed not only ngalnst tho carrier. !of tho soul of our sovorelgn lady.
.. ' i r...i.. .. i i,i nl.n n,.lnt ihn iilher nnrtles In- (lueen Victoria," at St. Matthews
dent, not nlaco me to ndvanto.Ee." . toreetcu,
BIG SHIRT WAIST SALE
FOR ONE WEEK ONLY. ALL WAISTS MARKED
BELOW COST. CALL AND EXAMINE THEM.
A. A. MONTANA,
Lending DrcnsmnMng Houhc and Millinery Parlors.
Arlington Mock, Hotel St. II. Pt DAVISON, Manager.
The Germania Life Insurance Company,
OF NEW YORK.
raid to Volley Holders slnco 18C0 for Death Claims. ..I24.373.4C9 C5
For Matured Policies 7,507,608 27
Dividends and Surrenders 13.C99.134 37
There aro some Simple Remedies In
The Swiss military authorities have
mere are buiho diiii iio iiemeuies ill- . ,r , lV,, : ,. ..... ,rn,,in mmediateiy nuer mo ceri'iiiuu ""
dispensable In any family. Among determined that next jcar tho training conclu(1(.,, 8t00(i (I1 tho church nnd
these, th eexperlenco of years assuics of military balloonlsts snail no sjsie.
us. should bo recorded PA1N-KILLKU. matlcally taken In hand Tho first Iml
Tor both Internal and external appll- loon company to bo formed Is to con
cations wo have found It of great val-' sat o felght offleers, twenty-two non
ue: especially can we recommend It for I B80e(l o(ccrs, iflt privates,
colds, rheumatism, or fresh wounds , ' " .,,,., , . n)n -.Mm
w.u mi iwniiio.."'.... "
and nlnetv-nlno draft horses, with
md bruises. Christian Kra. Avoid sub
stitutes, there Is but one Paln-KIUtT,
I'erry DavU'. Price 23c. and 50c.
Church. Westminster, this morning,
was ereatly scandnllied by tho con
duct of a number of nntlrltuallsts, who
Immediately nfter tho ceremony woa
declared that "tho service was a bias.
phemous Insult to Queen Victoria's
"TiiIb Is not God's house," snld ono
objector. "This Is a Joss house.",
Weekly edition of tho Dulletln $1 a
Total $45,57, 212 29
Manager for Hawaiian Islands.
WELL WORDED WANTS IN
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