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gVENINQ nPMETIN, HONOLULU, H. T., THURSDAY. FEU. 27. 1902.
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11 ',,:.,. p. to ftdssMti
SLmfe 3 3 f I J - Hn
of entirely new
Tho ndvanco stock of Spring Goods haB arrived and Includes tho
prettiest white goods over Imported Into this country.
All goods displayed In windows and Interior of tho storo; prices
Patterns aro marvellously beautiful and novel. Noto tho prices
below and como early to make your selection beforo tho daintiest
goods aro taken.
Illch assortment of patterns.
10 Yards (or $1.
PLAID and CHECK
Whlto goods, superior quality.
8 Yards for $1.
Fine LACE STRIPED LAWN
Excellent assortment of pat
terns; unusual value.
6 Yards for $1.
Not tho ordinary, but with fan
cy basket stripes and excellent
assortment of patterns. Espe
cially suitable for shirts.
6 Yards for $1.
Very desirable quality.
10 Yard Pieces at $1,
In wldo and narrow stripes; del
icately Ono material.
9 Yards for $1.
Pin stripe, whlto goods, entirely
now spring patterns.
., 7 Yards for $1,
At 20o. a Yard,
Whlto gbods, satin strlpo, lace
stripes, fancy checks. Extra
Good rango of patterns In strip
ed and figured piques, excep
6 Yards for Si,
DOES GOOD WORK FOR
COMPANY WHILE I1EKE
Ordeies Placed On Oahu, Maui and
Kauai What Man Has to
Say of Hawaii and
MRS. JACK GARDNER'S ITALIAN PALACE IN BOSTON.
Here Is n picture of the much talked of Italian palace which Mrs. Jock
Gardner hai had erected In one of the mot nrNlncrntlc nitIIoih of lloston ami
which Is to ln dodlontcil on .Inn. II villi n grand limi-p party. The exterior
gives but little hint of the mngnlllcent Interior. limit of which wni taken
bodily from tho l'nlazzn llniluiro. VenVe, unil Imumlit In this country nt gnat
expense. Mrs. Gardner la the widow of a Iioiton millionaire.
1 HIN (
BOARD OF HEALTH
FALLS BACK ON WILDER'S
An exceptionally good assort
ment of designs, flno quality.
12 Yard Pieces:S2,50.
Proposing of Kindergarten Associa
tion Withdrawn Disinfection
of Clothes at Laundries
Pigs Must Leave Pauoa.
N. S, SACHS' 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. One of
many endorsements given the Wellington Typewriter Is at follows
"Wo mako tho statoment positively
that they aro absolutely tho best, ex
celling all others In simplicity, dura
bility and accuracy. Wo aro using 76
of them In our Philadelphia and New
York stores. Thoy havo our unquali
(Signed) JOHN WANAMAKER."
Wo bavo Just received a shipment of theso typowrtton and
will be pleased to glvo full particulars regarding samo.
Tlieo. H. Davies & Co., Ltd.
ground that tho service was part of
the claimant's salaried duties. Tho
doctor had ridden thirty-six miles to'
attend the case.
Inspector Keen reported on tho
plumbing and sewerage work for t)ic
Hrst half of this month, showing 3S
plans filed and permits Issued. 130 In
spections made. 10 finals Issued and IK
sewer connections made.
Same Old Question.
Mr. Mott-Smlth gave a statement of
the present phase of the palal supply
question. Some of tho nrtlclc brought
to Honolulu by Young Brothers' steam
launch In dress had been put on Ice
here and rcshlpped hence, having been
delivered In good order nt Kalaupapa
the previous day. An arrangement
hail been mado with Wllder's Steam-
,.,. oi i. nniivnn,i votir-' Klilp Company, tiiroiigii Hupennien-
dy meet Ins of the Hoard of Health -lent Reynolds, whereby palal may be
,4b aTlgorouB address upon the mat- 'IPPed by Contractor Kalua from Ka-
, TIVi, ih rrtolutlon of I"''"' Honolulu for transshipment.
h? S Me hnts'TsSon! Keference was made to tnc liability of
also cfcrrlng to the relations of tho no 1 hi the foodstuff by Improper
Hoard with the Department of Public P"" '"'"' ll '' inMe
", ' the gunny sacks had proved a proven-
Those present were Dr. II. C. Slog- tlvo of encrustation of the palal from
... n-n i, cooper Attorney 0n- tm08P1'e'"e exposure. II was shown
ge". .. ?!: h . . ., a ",.i, v that without a contract It ost $20 a
frlBZ.: " T n:" w M. Moon..' Miss' ton to ship from Knhulul. while under
.' ... . . i - ' .i. n, t the contract It cost but $3:50 n
Mae Weir acted as setar , Dr. . J. from HonomIii Sctllemcnt.
b, 11. i-raii. inn "stumc .--.. ---
C. IJ. llcynolds. superintendent of rct-
tlemeut, wcro In attendance
PER S. S, "ALAMEDA"
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. - -
Robinson Block, Hotel Street.
General Merchandise. Dry Goods, Groceries
Japanese Provisions, etc
A -nmmuntcatlon was read from tho ,
Honolulu Free Kindergarten and Chll-1
drcn's Aid Association, withdrawing
tho nomination of Dr. Maiy Barry as
examiner of female pupil i In the
answer to n question If Young flroth
crs could not undcrtako the service.
Mr. Mott-Smlth said It was better to
be sure than sorry.
Mr. Reynolds explained that his
proposal to Wllder's Steamship Com
pany had been noted by Secretary Hose
and was yet to be formally accepted.
It una vntpil Mint tlin tpnilpr nf Wit-
schools of the Territory. The hales (lcr.g gtel,mgn, company on fllo bo
were awaro that In Honolulu a woman neccI)ted. Another motion carried was
physician was employed by the iloard to wn,vo part of Jlllg0 Ka,iVg con.
to examine school girls. They recom- ,ract to ai,n t u ,0 tll0 ncw arrnnRC.
mnnileil that In any district where a ,
lady physician resided she ought' to be i ' (
appointed as examiner of gin.
It was proposed that tins recom
mendation might bo adoptei' If the
association undertook to pay lor lbs
services of such physicians.
nr Mnnrn nlllectel. savlUK IllO
DON'T WANT MORMONS
Copenhagen, Teh. IB. The Mor
mons are maklnc a stronc effort to
,., n,..in nmvi inn tnv L-.ivpm-' gain n permanent foothold In Den-
roent physicians of whose duties part ark. It Is notorious that this little
was to examine school children. To country has furnished a large quota
bring In ladles not government uliy ' emigrants for Utah, where there arc
slclans would be liable to complicate thousands of Danish Mormons. Somo
oi uic must prominent icauers ui inii,
sect are Danes
, .. ..... .......... ...i. .i.h..i..i
I 4iuuug liie pussi'HKvin in iivjiii ivii
fur the Coast In the Alameda etr
i day afternoon were John S. Dovcy.
lco picsldent and treasurer of the Se
attle and San Francisco Hallway k
NaUgatlon Company, who has been
spending about six weeks In this city
on business and pleasure combined.
The company which Mr. Dovcy rep
resents has Its headquarters In Seattle
where It has grain elevators, coal
bunkers mid other large facilities for
Bhlpplng The wheat shipping facili
ties of the company are at present, al
though the company Is only as yet In a
stage of development, able to load up
i to lfi.OOO sacks of wheat a daj whlto
the facilities of the company for the
handling of io.il enables It to bandlo
COO to COO tons of coal per hour. It Is
expected that very soon the company
will so Increase Its facilities that It
will be able to handle up to 1S00 tons
Tho company also owns extensive
coal mines loented In tho best mining
district In the State of Washington
about fifty miles from Seattle. These
.!. ma wirrt t.nl.tr- dnvntntiml lti Mm
I until n J,"h i. .v. ','.. tij ....
' most modern systems. Electricity M
' the sole power employed and quite a
I large vlllnge. lighted entirely by elec
tricity, has sprung up by means of
1 these mines. It was with special ref
' crcncc to this country as a market for
I this coal that Mr. Dovcy visited Hono
lulu. He does emphatically bellevo
that coal will not bo replaced with oil
and notwithstanding the fact that the
coal supply at present on hand here
Is very great, he has been successful
far beyond his expectation In placing
cxtcnslvo orders for his coal not only
on this Island but nlso on Kauai and
Maul and It Is confidently expected
that Hnvvall will also soon be counted
among tho large consumers of tho
company's coal. The monthly com
munication which now exists bctwen
Seattle and this port through the Se
attle Globe Navigation Company nnd
tho American-Hawaiian line, will of
fer to the large coal consumers of these
Islands this great advantage that they
w 111 be enabled to depend on a regular
supply of coal In the place of having to
lay In large quantities for emergencies
Ib Is nt present tho case.
Mr. Dovcy can hardly say enough to
express his satisfaction with these
Islands. He has crossed tho Atlantic
nineteen times nnd has traveled ex
tensively all over the globe. The only
ocenn ns yet unknown to him is tho
Antarctic. He states that during all
his travels he has never found a place.
which was so much to his taste ns Ha
waii nel. Mr. Dovcy upon his arrival
here decidedly declined to lie Inter
viewed on his opinions of theso Isl
ands so now his opinion Is certain to
ho tho result of his careful observa
tions. He not only holds tjint the Isl
ands arp superior to any other place be
has visited. In beauty of scenery nnd
In climate, but not contented with this,
he nlso contends that In hospitality
and general ngreeable qualities tho
population here surpass any people he
has, ever known, which ccitulnly la
The advantages of electrical transmission of power aro numer
ous, but tho moro important may bo treated under 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 nbnvo nolnts will be cheerfully given at
our office or wo will call and sco you.
HAWAIIAN ELECTRIC CO., Ltd,
KINQ STRUBT, NEAR ALAKBA.
I Big Furniture Store
Whllo waiting for our now storo In tho Sachs' Dulldlng to bo
completed, wo havo moved temporarily Into tho FI8HER DLOCK, op
posite LOVE DUILDINO, whero wo aro prepaicd to sell tho same ex
cellent standard of furnituro as wo have always mado It a point to
Our temporary quarters aro very hnndsomo and a visit from you
will bo welcome.
PORTER FURNITURE CO., LTD.
PIslicr Block, opp. Love tnd., Port Street.
On motion of Dr. Coapc-, the letter
was received and placel or. tile.
Sanitation of City.
Upon tho reading of ths resolution
nf the Merchants' Assoclatlo .. Dr.
Danish missionaries who have bcn
sent to work In their native land have
not been well received In Denmark.
Most of them havo been banished from
o mo .Merciianw "-". ,he counl g00n t wa3 ,gcovcr.
S!oB6 u m uo e u " " " " ' 1 th"t they wcro here to gain con-
Ing what tho iioard had accompUhcd , yer
and had In hand for tho sanitation of ,,., , .,,
MAGOON BLOCK, MERCMAKT STREET.
3P.O. BCQC886 3Ca,lTL 21ft
RETIRING FROM BUSINESS
commencing March 1, ld02, I will sell all tho stock In my storo
Regardless of Cost
Dr, Pratt, at the requeu of the presi
dent, .gave his Ideas as to a method of
disinfecting clothes at wasnhousc nnd
laundries. An Informal discussion fol
ago people to emigrate to Utah,
uig Wagers on ping pong.
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 now lenf If you havo novcr used tha
Smith Premier. Superior In construction and efficiency. Send or
call for catalogue.
C. W, MACFARLANE,
MACHINES SOLD, RENTED AND REPAIRED,
London, Keb. fi. Tho gnmo of ping
, .n,i.,i i frrin,r iim tnni. ' nong caused moro than U20'iil (10.-
ter to' Dr. Mooro, I'rod Smith and D-.!00 th,"B, lmn(,a a tho National
Cooper as a committee to report. Bptl g' KJ
The Resolution. jKugcno Corrl, a well-known lover of
Ab to tho action lf tho Merchants ))0XnBi iotb members of tho club,
Association, It was cuggcstel that all agreed to play a match,
that should bo done at picBtnt was to! g0 great wns tho Interest tnken by
acknowledge receipt of the resolution. tho Stock Exchnngo In tho event that
Mr. Smith said that If the Federal a big crowd of members of tho houso
Government granted 1300 000, the ques- assembled In tho luxurious room that
tlon would be as to the particular MoU has been given up to ping ponglsts.
where It was to be expended. I when '""'' ' .l'10, hrai1 ,won
Dr. Sloggett thought there would be tw" nm?s "'' l'1rh of. cnX?" a8,n
,,..,. . .1 ..,. ,.,., i was iea"hcd such as Important billiard
little chance o the ocuis Ion nvl.lng. tc,cl gel(lom lllccMj , crt.aUnB.
Every probability was aalnkt recilv- Tll0 ma(ch wng for , bcBt ftvo RetB
Ing any Federal money. of tllrty pontB, with breathless In-
Mr. Mott-Smlth favor.d letting tho tt,rcBl tho onlookers watched tho last
matter rest Just now. The author of game, and when Mr. Corrl finally bo-
the resolution seemed to regret their camo victor bo was overwhelmed with
hastv movement. nn ovation.
Dr. Sloggett considered tha mischief
was dono nlready, by tint day's out
going mall. The appeal of ths mer
chants with sensatloiul accessories
would be spread broadcast.
The matter dropped.
Pigs In Pauoa.
ur. .viooro veruauy repurieu uu inu ,
Is tlin cpportunlty of a Ufo-tlmo lo obtain great bargains In every
GOO KIM, 1116 Nuuanu Street
P O Box
THE OLDEST CHu SE FIRM IN HONOLULU.
DmUu la Flo Silks to4 Grail Llntoi. Cbtn to4 Jpoi Good ol All Ktili.
to-ii Nuaanu itt
The Bulletin, 75cts. per month
THE LATEST FAD.
What think you Is lovely girlhood's
I'lnser rings mado of horseshoe
nails! They aro certainly not pretty
or graceful, but thoy aro said to
keeping of pigs In I'auoa valley, with i '"'"? K"ud luck to tho wearer on cor
relation to tho petition of Dol. Thoao ,ta conditions.
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li-aiutrucu iiuuiic.b "no ,, . . mo,, ,,, ,, ti ,,
IMIIEl LIU IIIUIIU t Ut(t ltl lit ltUlt UUIII
n hntflnalinn fmiml liv tlin nivnnr lmi.
IQ e.ilr oiul n.tlimlv i.liin 'Phlu to inlnn i it
. ei ii niii ituuuiij i ini - i ilia in vuiiiii in
In Jewcllur, who bends It to til her lit
for tolerance, while
town were devoted
SHREVE & CO., San Francisco
To facllltato trado with tho Hawaiian Islands, will eel Ivor
all goods purchasod or ordored of them, frco of all charges
for transportation to Honolu lu or returning samo to San
Francisco. Goods will bo so nt on selection to tboso know
ing tho firm, or who will fur n'.sh satisfactory references In
Jewelers, Gold and Silver Manufacturers,
Market O Post 6t., 6. F.
Illustrated CATALOOUU and prices furnished upon receipt
of request. Wo havo tho largest manufactory of Jowclry
and Silverware west of Now York City, and aro prepared to
furnish special designs.
It was voted to deny the petition of tie (inter nnd cuts off tho sunerfluous
Dol for renewal of his permission to lenvth. I
keep hogs at his present ranch, and to Tin- ring Is now welded together I
bavo him notified that they must bo find tin bend of tho nail stands for tho
removed within three months. I selling. There's no way of proving It
A bill wns received from John Nott bul t,,')so who havo adopted these or
for nluniblne done at the hunenlow In ""' " ' '" J""1 'I"
1900. The notice for ull bills connect
ed with tho epidemic to bo presented
Six Day Walkers
Break a Record
New York, Feb. IB. A crowd of fair
proportions assembled at Madison
Square' Oardcn tonight to witness the
finish of tho six-day walking match.
Of tho forty-three teams which started
Sunday night only fifteen remained on
tho track at the finish. Ten of these
teams only nre entitled to prize money,
nlthough the management will return
the entranco fee to all who finished.
Tho prlzo money will bo divided as
FlrBt team. $1G00; second, $1000;
third. (Sr0: fourth. $500; fifth, $350;
sixth, $l!.r.0; seventh, $200; eighth,
$17.",; ninth. $150. and tenth, $125.
Ilegclmnn and Cnvannugh, the Oer-
man-IrlBh team, who had been In the
lead from the start, held their plato
with ease, ami there wns not it any
tlmo nny strenuous contest for first
place. Tho Hurst brothfr.i, Kn-
gland's champions, wero compelled to
withdraw from the race at a late hour.
Tho raro was finished nt 10:22
o'clock and the Icadeis making the Inst
lap carried bouquets of flowers. They
were cheered and applauded by the
"000 persons present, nnd, after tho
race was finished, tho victors nnd their
nearest competitors paraded nrounJ
tho truck. As they wero making the
extra lap. many men Jumped over the
rail to tho track and Hegelman nnd
Cavanaugh wero picked up by some
of their admirers and carried to their
Tho final score follows'
Ilegclmnn and Cavanaugh, 770 miles
t hips; Shelton anil Guerrero, 714.5;
I'nhey and Melkus. 73S.5; Golden and
Tracey, 719.4; Gllck and Howarth,
C02.7; Noremac and Cnrtwrlght, 677.4;
Feency nnd Feeney, C08.3; Frazcr and
Sullivan. 660.5; Davis and Carroll, 618;
Denn and Campbell, 635.4; Hcrr and
Herr, 623; Kellnr nnd Grepp, 519.1;
Kingston and Smvlle, 528.9.
Tho world's tecord Is 623 miles.
Tel. Mnln 311.
Postolflce Uox S7
BIG SHIRT WAIST SALE
FOR ONE WEEK ONLY, ALL WAISTS MARKED
BELOW COST, CALL AND EXAMINE THEM,
A. A. MONTANA,
Leading DrcsHmnUlnjv Houhc and Millinery Parlors.
Arlington Hlock, Hotel 8t. II. Pt DAVI80N, Manager.
The Germania Life Insurance Company,
OF NEW YORK.
Paid to 1'ollcy Holders Blnco 18C0 for Death Claims. ..$24,373,409 65
For Matured Policies 7,507,008 27
Dividends and Surrenders 13,099,134 37
Total , $45,577,212 29
Manager for Hawaiian Islands.
There are twenty four hours In a
day nnd not n moment In tho twenty
four In which a woman may not
chnngo her mind Do Flnod
much luck as a horscshoo Itself hung
over tho door with ends up,
Well, probably that Is true enough
within a given time was recalled nnd
this 1)111 was disallowed. 0n RreiU occasions. It Is almost al
A claim of Dr. Holland, government wuyB women who have given tho
physician of Puna, for a postmortem stiongebt proofs ol vlrtuo and dovo
examination was disallowed, on tho tlon. Montholon.
For a quiet rest nnd a
pleasant Sunday, tho at
tractions at tho Inn aro
unsurpassed. Finest surf
bathing and canoeing on
Kxcollent culslnu and
tho best of service. . .
L. H, DEE, - Prop,
W. Oeswlck, Manager.
Edrnond Johnston, Stew
ard. Mies Mary Smith, Stew
ardess. Take the car to Walklkl,
Get your orders tn for the special
n,,.tUI .liU. TU. . I -JUI
iiiiuuBtuMi tuiuviii i nc Bctunu cuiiign
Us now ready fop distribution. Price
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nrtiitertlianttfrrtrlfttr.rbMr tln krvn. MO
to WUraiMllu iMHftfr An Ufukrurtlli ffrnvrtiUir air lr
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rvMnttur, ifl tiMkti Hi' mor uuIm. Nut ixiinpllctUl
ltd lh otrlwiul l)w, mi ali)rt rOtWMtMMtlnti.
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luvlniTA intltrrulMlr Nont Mb It on Ih tuftrkrt,
Arret:hfttu-fvrmutk, KuUftnuaDUl AilJrrM
STANDARD GAS LAMP CO..
118-120 Michigan Stroot, Chicago.
IjirRftt nnd nti df tli olftnt (nblUtiftl
mauururtarvr of cauUn lump ol U dr-
Fred. L. Waldjon
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