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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, H. T., FniDAY, FEB. 28, 1302.
of entirely new
Tho advanco stock of Spring QooiIb has arrived and Includes tlio
prettiest whlto goods ever Imported Into this country.
All goods displayed In windows and Interior of tho store; prices
Patterns aro marvellously beautiful and novel. Note- tho prices
below and como early to mako your selection beforo the daintiest
goods aro taken.
Rich assortment of patterns.
10 Yards for $1.
PLAID and CHECK
Whlto goods, superior quality.
8 Yards for $1,
Fine LACE STRIPED LAWN
Excellent assortment of pat
terns; unusual valuo.
6 Yards for SI.
Not tho ordinary, but with fan
cy basket stripes and excellent
assortment of patterns. Espe
cially suttablo for shirts.
6 Yards for $.
VICTORIA LAWNS "
Very dcslrablo quality.
10 Yard Pieces at $1.
In wldo and narrow stripes; del
icately flno material.
9 Yards for $1,
Pin stripe, whlto goods, entirely
new spring patterns.
, 7 Yards for $1.
At 20c, a Yard,
Whlto gbods, Batln Btrlpo, laco
Btrlpcs, fancy checks. Extra
Oood ran go of patterns In strip
ed and flgurad piques, excep
6 Yards for Si.
An exceptionally good assort
ment of designs, flno quality.
12 Yard Pieces'.$2,50.
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 grade machine
The Wellington Visible Writer
for $60. This machlno Is a revolution In typewriters. One of
many endorsements given tho Wellington Typewriter Is at follows
"Wo mako the statement positively
that they aro absolutely the best, ex
colling all others In simplicity, dura
bility and accuracy. Wo are using 75
of them In our Philadelphia and New
York stores. They havo our unquali
(Signed) JOHN WANAMAKEB."
We havo Just received n shipment of these typewriters and
will be pleased to give full particulars regarding same.
Theo. H. Davies & Co., Ltd.
PER S. S, "ALAMEDA"
New Line Golf Shirts
very lotest In the market.
SILK AND GRAPE SHIRTS, PONGEE
SILK FOR SUITS, direct from the Orient.
.BIG LINE OF KIMONAS, -
Robinson Block, Hotel Street.
A GLIMPSE OF NIAGARA IN WINTER-SCENE ON GOAT
The many thousand? of persons who xlslteil Niagara hint summer may bo
Intri OHtoit to Know that In winter the mighty falls nre iih picturesque ns In
cummer, If not own more m. Dining M weather that iilmlilo nitlst, .lack
Flost, wmkH wonders with the iiiIkIh which iIho from the foot of the falls.
Loudy (io.it IhIiiiii), Willi Us profum- Hlimbliery mill Its winding vnlkn mid
ItalrciisoK. In now shifted In Iriutxpni flit co.iIh of iiuill. The Ico bridge In the
corgc below the fulls forim-d eiuly this inontli and has been crosned by bun
duels of during tourists.
DE WET'S LATEST SENSATIONAL FLIGHT
London, Feb, 13. The detailed nc-j wounded nnd prisoners In tho hands of
fmintR wlifnli Imvn Itipl rennlied horn ' tllC IiNtlBll,
. . , .... . , .. , At the outset of the preparations
of Lord kitchener's combined moVe-lhc IJocrs rea)z(1(1 t,ml tI0
mem to capture me uuers in inn in-, wcrc not mcrcly an ordinary "drive
closure of the blockhouse lines show but a movement threatening them
vllh total annihilation, nnd General
that the conflict was very picturesque
and the most exciting Incident of ttiq
whole campaign. Although apparent
ly surrounded by an impenetrable ring
of fire nnd steel the Doers, with daunt
less bravery and dashing charges, tried
again and again to escape from thn
meshes of Lord Kitchener's closo
drawn net. Some succeeded. Including
De Wet, but many fell and more wero
The British commander's scheme
I)u Wet assembled his whole force and
discussed the whole situation with his
commanders, with tho result that thn
Doers wero split up Into threo forces.
On Thursday night 600 Doers rushed
a force of Imperial Light Horse. About
100 burghers got through, but the re
mainder, encountering a tremendous
fire, were turned back.
Friday night's conflict ebbed and
swelled over an area of forty to fifty
miles. In which the long-hunted, liar
was tho most extensive carried out rnnsed and despernto men endeavored
during the present war. It consisted i'to find outlets. Tho Doers at one snot
of a continuous lino fifty' miles In I cot within thirty yards of the Drltlsh tnrllt Is all that Is needed to mako I lie
length. Lord Kitchener personally ill- filing line, but tho barbed wlro balked Industry profitable and protect cnpltil
TO INVESTIGATE MORE
Action of Merchants Association on
Matter of Federal Sanitation
Letter from Louisson on
At the special meeting of the Mer
chants' Association cstcrdny after
noon there were present the following:
W. W Dlinond, W. W. Harris, J. O,
J Spencer. Ed. Mclnemy, M. l'hllllps,
1 (Ico, W Smith. V. L. Wnldron. It. W.
I Cathcart, It It. Helm, F. .). Church,
1 C. II. Collins, It. 11. Derg, John Soper,
1 1". Auerbneh, Hubert Calton and L. E.
rinkham. The first thing done was
the reading of the following communl
cation from A. L. I.ouIbsou on coffee
Honolulu, T. H Feb. 27. 1902
The Merchants' Association of Hono
lulu. Dear 8lrB We arc today confront
ed with a condition which, owing to
tariff concessions that nre to be given
to Cuba. Is going to centunlly affect
our main Industr), and In order to
promote our future welfare, growth
and prosperity, It Is necessary that nn
Industry be fostered hero that can
grow to large proportions.
The Industry that may accomplish
this md Is coffee, but owing to tho sc
cre competition of Brazil particular
ly, and other coffee growing countries
In general, this Industry is on the de
Owing to the lery cheap price of la
bor In these countries as well as a de
based silver currency which exists It
Is Impossible for this Industry to mak'
any headway under such adverse con
ditions against It.
It seems to be the opinion that cof
fee Is a failure In these Islands, but 1
should like to contradict this state
ment, admitting that many errors havo
bom made In regard to selection of In'
calltles ns well as wrong methodB of
cultivation. Tho Industry under n pro
tective tariff would In the course of
years be as Important a commercial
factor as sugar Is today. I deem It
most vltnl that you Interest youiselvcs
In behalf of this Industry, nnd sub
scribe toward a fund for the purpose
of sending n delegate to Congress next
December to work for this measure.
It would be ndUsablo for this dclegato
to lslt Porto Hlco this summer and
In conjunction with them work on this
Issue, this demand coming from dif
ferent quarters of the Insular posses
sions of the United States would enrrv
considerable weight with It, and un
doubtedly find earnest attention l:i
There Is no doubt that a protective
i Advantages of j
Electric Power i
Tho advantage of electrical transmission of power aro numer
ous, but tho more important may bo treated under tho following
2. Convenie'nce and Flexibility.
3. Saving of Power.
4. Sanitary Improvement.
6. Increased Output
6. Decreased Cost of Maintenance.
A full explanation of tho above points wilt bo cheerfully given at
our office or wo will call and boo you.
HAWAIIAN ELECTRIC CO., Ltd.
iivn CTnnnr Knin ti tifni
i iyi.hu jikuui, puvk usrvu', .
Big Furniture Store
While waiting for our now store In the Sachs' Dulldlng to bo
completed, wo have moved temporarily into tho FISHER BLOCK, op
posite LOVE BUILDING, where wo aro prepared to sell tho same ex
cellent standard of furnlturo as we havo alwajs mado it a point to
Our temporary quarters are very handsomo and a visit from you
will bo welcome.
PORTER FURNITURE CO., LTD.
PIsIicp Mock, opp. Love Bid., Fort Ktreet.
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 you havo never used the
Smith Premier. Superior in construction and efficiency. Send or
call for cataloguo.
C. W. MACFARLANE,
MACHINES SOLD, RENTED AND 'REPAIRED.
General Merchandise. Dry Goods, Groceries.
rrctcd tho operations, nnd wns In the burghers nnd forced them to re-
close touch with every detail of tho treat. Aided by tho electric search
movements. Tho Doers, though hard lights, the Drltlsh harrowed the sur
passed, shrank from attempting to rounding territory with shnrpnel,
cross tho railroad, which was patrol- shells nnd Maxim bullets.
led throughout the night by armored
trains, equipped with powerful search-1
lights. Tho train lights wero supple- i
mented by stationary searchlights,
and tho spectacular effect was most
striking. Dy the side of the railroad
wero the dark forms of men lying In
trenches or standing doing sentry
dutyThe gloom of tho moonless night
was Intermittently relieved by tho
sweep of tho searchlights.
Tho battle at Hellbron raged from
4 o'clock Friday night until Saturday
morning. From various positions be
hind rocks the Doers kept up a vigor-
In the northern section tho Doers
made a desperate effort to break
through, Collecting a number of cattle
the Doers drove them down on the
Drltlsh lines. Bending low In their
saddles, they rodo among tho cattle,
making It impossible to distinguish
them In the darkness. Tho Drltlsh
pickets opened a heavy fire and tho
Doers wero everywhere met with a
relentless ball of bullets. A long lino
of flame ran up and down tho firing
line, nearly thirty miles In length, as
tho armored trains flashed their
searchlights over miles of country,
ouo fuslladc, hoping to find a weak. When tho firing censed a few of the
spot In tho line. Simultaneously oth- Doers had succeeded In crossing the
crs charged, but again nnd again wcra line, and among them wns General Do
the Doers repulsed, leaving dead, ' Wet.
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.Japanese Provisions, etc.
MAGOON BLOCK, MEROHANT STREET.
IBorsc 886 alalia. 21P.
RETIRING FROM BUSINESS
commencing March 1, 1902, I will sell all tho stock In my storo
Regardless of Cost
Ib the cpportunlty of n llfo-llroe lo obtain great bargains In every
GOO KIM, 1116 Nuuanu Street
P O. Dos w Tit. il
THE OLDEST CHi. E FIRM IN HONOLULU,
04 ' la Flaa Silks tot Gun Lloui. CMmm ml Jipin.M Good! ft All Klili
ti-fit Nqumu iiil ii. ,
AN ICELE88 REFK1GBRATOR.
One of the latest novelties Is the Ice
less refrigerator. This new invention
Is claimed by Its maker to bring the
cost of refrigerating meats and vege
tables down to a very small figure
not over one cent n day.
Tho refrigerator much resembles any
other, but is so constructed that none
of tho cold air escapes. Th4 Interior
Is not provided with metallic lining,
but covered with two coats of shellac,
which completely closes nnd nnI;ea
nlr-tlght the grain of tho wood.
Tho cold-making tin, which Is on the tcntlary at Laramlo,
top of tho refrigerator. Is four Incliti Roosevelt gave In and
deep, and works upon the principle of. commission.
absorption of latent heat. An attlo-, "I suppose ministers of tho Oospel
malic Bhut-off, worked by tho door as havo been my undoing," said Daniels'
it Is opened, prevents tho escape ol today. "I have gambled, nnd If I do
the cold air from the refrigerator, so not get tho Mnrshalshlp I must return
that there can be no waste In that to the faro hank for a living, I still
manner. hao hopes, for somo of tho charges
Tho refrigerator stores twenty cu-j against me aro ridiculous. For In
hie feet of cold nlr, enough to supply stnnre, I am charged with being In
a family twenty-four hours. Kachi uoth tho Wyoming and Kansas pcnl
morning tho cold air Is rcsuppllcd, the teutlarles at thn same time. Colonel
operation taking but n very short
time, and .the. refrigerator Is then
ready for the next twenty-four hours'
work. Philadelphia Telegraph,
HEN BLAMBS MINISTERS.
Hiocnlx, A. T., Feb. 13. Benjamin
F. Daniels reached hero today to find
that his commission as Marshal, which
had preceded him, had been canceled
by wlro from President iloosevclL
When Daniels left Washington two
weeks ago the President hnd passed as
unworthy the host of telegrams and
letters protesting against panlcls' ap
pointment because ho had been a
gambler. Two days later It was prov
ed, apparently beyond doubt, that
Daniels had served a term In the pcnl-
J Iloosevelt nppolntcd mo as n reward
lor my service with the Hough Hlucrs
and I bcllevo he will finally pull me
through. If not I must charge, my
downfall to the preachers;"
Indicted for Crlmlniil Neglect.
New York, Feb. 13. Tho Grand Jury
today returned Indictments for man
daughter In the flrsl degreo against
Ira A. Shalcr, contractor for the Park
avenue section of tho Rapid Transit
subway; Moses Kpps, watchman of thn
powder house, and W. G. Mnthewson,
chief engineer In chargo on the day
of the explosion, Indictments for
criminal neglect weio found against
Superintendent Murray nnd Inspector
Smith of'tho Bureau of Combustibles.
Oppnrto rllit-llnur Bill.
Washington, Feb. 13. General Su
pcrlntendent Johnston of ,tho Dethlo
hem Steel Company, ex-Secretary of
tho Navy Herbert and several others
representing large concerns doing the
work for tho Government wero beforo
tho House Committee on Labor today
In opposition to tho hill limiting to
eight hours tho (.crvlco of those em
plojcd In work for tho United States.
Counsel for tho Union Iron Works
San Francisco, aUo appeared In opposition.
The Bulletin, 75cts. per month
FnHt Work on Lynotype.
Indianapolis, Feb. 13. Claude Crouz; '
a printer of this city, has broken the
world's record as the fastest opciator
on the Unotypo machine. Ho put up
In neen hours and forty-five minutes
EC.200 ems. Tho fastest icrord here
tofore made was the samo number In
eight hours, by an Iowa printer. Crouz
sot 81,000 ems. This Included correct
If you have Soro Throat Pain-Killer
will cure It. If you have a cough or
cold, Paln-KllIer will end It If yrj
havo cramps or diarrhoea. Paln-KHUr
will rcllovo It. If you cut, burn or
brulso yourself, Pnln-Kllier will stop
the pain. In short, a bottlo of Pain
Killer on your shelf will biivo you pain
tlmo and money. Avoid substitutes
there Is hut ono Puln-Klllcr. Perry Da
vis'. Prloo 25c and 60c.
In Its Investments. With this nc:om
pllshed n new era of development
would ensue, and n vast amount of
capital from tho Mainland would un
doubtedly flow Into the country t6 en
gage In its culture. It behooves ou
as a body that has largo commercial
Interests here to assist this rrovemcnL
Should you desire to have me appear
beforo ou to talk upon this subject, 1
shall ho pleased to bo at our tcrvlco
at any nppolntcd time.
A. L. LOUISSON.
Vlco President Dlmoud stated that
ho had had a talk with Mr. Louisson
and had found him thoroughly polled
on the matter. The Association shout 1
certainly take some action. Of rouro
the funds were rather low and tho
contribution toward this worth) end
could not he very largo but help would
Mr. Spencer moved that tha matter
bo referred to the Commutes on
Trades and Finance with Instruction!,
to confer with Mr, Louisson and any
others who might ho ablo t i fLrnlsh
valuable data. Tho committee con
sists of F. M. Wakefield, F. J. I.owrcj
and II. A. Isenbcrg. Ab Mr. Wnkefleld
Is out of tho country, Vice PrcsUcnt
Dlmond will act In his place.
At this point George W. Smith stat
ed that as a usual thing, ho was al
ways In favor of tho greatest publicity
but in tho matter of tho report of tho
committee appointed to report on Fed
eral sanitation he would move that tho
Association go Into cxccutUo session.
This carried and the reporters left
It is understood that the committee
appointed nt the last meeting to take
up tho matter of Federal sanitation,
was authorized to carry on further ne
gotiations. It was also given full pow
er to act In connection with tho com
mittee of tho Chamber of Commerce,
tho Hoard of Health, or a committee
from that body The plan Is to hnvo
tho committee meet Dr. Cofer aud then
send letters to Washington.
Tho following paragraph from tho
Advertiser's report of the meeting,
Vlco President Dlmond sayB has been
made up out of whole cloth:
While thcro was a disclosure of a
sentiment In favor of tho placing tha
cntlro matter In the hands of the mem
bers of tho commlttco of the Chamber
of Commorco, thcro was an Indepen
dent feeling against domination by the
brother organization, and several
members urged going ahead.
MISS, KINNEY LEAVING,
Among tho passengers booked to do-
part for the Coast In, tho Ventura Is
Miss Maud Kinney who will go to Ku
rope, to continue her musical studies.
Miss Kinney will first visit friends In
London. Paris nnd Denmark, after
which sho will go to study In Germany,
where sbo will remain about tluce
SHREVE & CO., San Francisco
To facllltato trade, with tho Hawaiian Islands, will deliver
all goods purchased or ordered 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 thoso know
ing tho Arm. or who will fur nish satisfactory references in
Jewelers, Gold and Silver Manufacturers,
Market O Post 6t., 6. P.
Illustrated CATALOGUE! and prices furnished upon receipt
of request. Wo havo tho largest manufactory of Jewelry
and Silverware west of Now York City, and are prepared to
furnish special designs.
Tel. Main 311.
PoBtoftlce Box OT
BIG SHIRT WAIST SALE
FOR ONE WEEK ONLY. ALL WAISTS MARKED
BELOW COST. CALL AND EXAMINE THEM.
A. A. MONTANA,
Leading DretiHmaklng Houhc and Millinery Parlors. '
Arlington Block, Motel St. II. Ft DAVISON, Manager.
The Germania Life Insurance Company,
OF NEW YORK.
Paid to Policy Holders slnco 18C0 for Death Claims... $21,373,469 C5
For Matured Policies 7.G07.C08 27
Dividends and Surrenders 13,699,134 37 t
Total $45,577,212 29
Manager for Hawaiian Islands,
For a quiet rest and a
pleasant Hunday, tho at
tractions at tho Inn nre
unsurpassed. Finest surf
bathing and canoeing on
Excellent cuisine and
tho best of Bervlce. , .
L H. DEE, - Prop,
W. Beswlck, Manager.
Edmond Johnston, Stew
ard. Miss Mary Smith, Stew
ardess. TakeMhe car to Walklkl,
Get your orders In for the special
Industrial edition. The second edition
Is now ready for distribution. Price
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