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fiVENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, II. T.BATUItDAY, MARCH I. 1802.
Ami with her nrrlvnl tip Alameda has brought us a wonderfully beau
tlful and complete lino of tho most exquisite
Our store now presents on appearanco of both gorgeous and doll
cato materials that will mako exceedingly handsomo dresses. Corno
early, for remember tho first comers are tho ones who have tho first
selection. Below we mention bo mo of tho new fabrics;
Satin Striped Mull
New pretty patterns In light
blues, sea foam and pinks.
Now Persian effects, very dain
ty colorings and novel patterns.
pplln.uo effects, latest designs,
Volors light .hluo with black,
pink with black and gray with
.'Grass Linen and Batistes
In pretty linen effects.
Lawns and Muslins
In fancy strlpcB and figures; nil
the voiy latest.
New Spring White Goods
Ours aro tho prettiest white foods ever brought to the Islands.
Iho patterns nre novel nnd beautiful. This stock Is an entirely new
Importation and consists of a complete assortment In all lines.
New Applique Trimmings, New Black Waved Lace,
Arabian Laces, Etc, Etc.
N. S. SACHS' DRY
WHY THROW $40 AWAY
bj( 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 tho Wellington Typewriter Is at follows
"Wo make tho statement 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 Now
York stores. They have our unquall-
(Signed) JOHN WANA.MAKER."
We have Just received a shipment of theso typewriters and
will be pleased to gtvo full particulars regarding same.
Tlieo. H. Davies & Co., Ltd.
PER S, S, "ALAMEDA"
New Line Golf Shirts
very latest In tlio morhct.
V. S. SHIMAMOTO
General Merchandise. Dty Goods, Groceries
, Japanese Provisions, etc.
MAGOON BLOOK, MERCHANT STREET.
P . O- IS03C 880
RETIRING FROM BUSINESS
nmerttlng March I, 1902, I will soil
Regardless oi Cost
riils Is the opportunity of a
GOO KIM, 1116
P H Bo in)
hsTsrzKrca- wo oiocjSlxm
THE OLDEST CHi. VSH FIRM IN HONOLULU.
tltaitra lo Flaa Silk ao4 firm Lliuol. Chlntl anl Jipaotia (Joodi of All Hall
tio-aif Nauanu atratt
lie Bulletin, 75cts. per month
Silk Mixed Tissue
Tho very newest designs, ex
qulslto colorings, blue, pink, sea
foam and light tan.
Grass Linen Tissue
Very sheer, linen color; will
make up prettily.
Silk Mixed Tissue
cream, black and dovo color.
Solid colors, soft material, In
cream, black and dovo color.
An unusualy line assortment of
latest designs and elegant com
bination of fnncy stripes, solid
color stripes and polka dots In
GOODS GO., Ltd
SILK AND GRAPE SHIRTS. PONGEE
SILK FOR SUITS, dlrectfrom the Orient.
BIG LINE OF KIMONAS. - -
all tho stoclt In my storo
Hfo-llmo lo obtain great bargains In every.
MAKES WARM CHARGES
Believes in the Government Controlled
Lines Says Mackay is
One of Those Brazen
Washington, Feb. 13. Tho House
today unanimously adopted a resolu
tion proposing an amendment to tho
Constitution of tho United States lor
tho election of Senators by direct pop
ular vote. There was no demand for
tlmo to debate tho resolution. This Is
the fourth tlmo the Housu has adopthd ino President nnd urged approval of
a similar resolution. this petition, but tho President, fol
CorllBS, who Is author or a bill for a lowing tho precedents of his prcdeces
Government cablo from San Francisco gor8f r,.ruscl to grant permission, em
to Manila, delivered a speech In oppo-' bodying tho subject In his messago to
sltlon to tho laying of such a cable by Congress.
a private corporation. "And let. In defiance of the law.
A bill called up by tho Judiciary
uommuieo 10 ciouio mo apamsn
Claims Commission with power to1
compel tlio attenuance 01 witnesses
and to production of papers, nnd to
provide for contempt, produced somo
Kay, chairman of the committee, de
clared that the Commission which was '
to pass upon claims against tho Gov-
ernment aggregating $76,000,000, had to ovcrcomo tho effect of such report, ranches of J39.fi52.32.
not today ns much authority as a Jus- on tho Sth day of February filed with In speaking on the work of the past
tlce of the Peace. the Attorney General a written com-, year tho president snld there had been
Corliss (It.) of Michigan addressed munlcatton submitting ccrtoln propo-, rompleto 3740 feet of docks and Iron
tho House on tho cable project. Ho sals which Is simply another subter- warehouses, 100x10 feet, with all np
was opposed, ho said, to Congress fugo through which tho monopoly i pllnnces, for the automatic carrying of
yielding concessions to private cablo hopes to nccompllrh Its end." i sugar. Tho earnings of tho w banes
monopolies, notably tho Commercial Corliss said that this proposition and coal department were JTiG.230.SM
Cablo Company, controlled by tho embraced tho samo ohjectlonablo Tea-1 To comideto the termlnnl facilities and
Mackay-Ilcnnett forces, nnd dwelt
emphatically on the Importance ot
the United States operating Its own
cablo lines. "Tho right to construct
cablo lines." ho said, "Is nn Inherent
right of itho nation. No one lint a
right to Iny a cablo without permis
sion of Congress." Ho enumerated
tho special acts under which Congress
has authorized private companies to
lay cables to show that they contained
no provision of n general character on
tho subject, nnd said tho scope of
such legislation had been positively
determined by tho Department of Jus
tice, which, he said, held that the
general permission to build lines af
forded by Congress applied only to
Interior lines of telegraph, with points
of communication within tho United
States, nnd not to ocean cables.
"Congress," ho said, "has nssumed
the right to control the construction
nnd operation of cable lines In Alas
ka. Is it not far mora Importnnt for
the maintenance of penco and the we!
faro of our people to control cablo
communication with Hawaii, the Phil
ippines and other Islands In the Pa
Corliss cited precedents to show
that tho right to control cables was
vested In Congress, nnd said that In
tho enso of lite United States vs. tho
French Cablo Company, Judgo La-
ombo decided that "without the con
sent of tho General Government no
one, alien or native, had any right to
establish a physical connection be
tween tho shores of this country and
that of any foreign nation."
The defendant In this case, ho
said, "was ono of tho allied companies
controlled by the Commercial Cabin
Company, now seeking again to steal
upon our Bhores with a cablo for tho
purpose ot establishing a foreign cabin
Corliss referred to a cable dispatch
which John Mackay had sent to tho
Secretary of Stnto In August. 1901,
proposing to lay and operate a subma
rine cable from California to tho Phil
Ipplncs by way of tho Hawaiian Isl
ands. In comparing tho conditions
laid down by Grant and Dlalno and
thoso offered by tho Commercial Ca
blo Company, Corliss said tho com
pany ovaded tho -express stipulation
that tho company should not rccclva
from any foreign government such
privileges as would prevent tho estab
lishment nnd operation of tho cable of
an American company In an alien Jur
isdiction, nnd, by tho Insertion of a
carefully worded clause, sought to
disregard tho provision expressly for
bidding consolidation with any other
company for tho purposo ot regulating
rates. Corliss said such surreptitious
action was employed by tho Commer
cial Cable Company solely in behalf of
Its English ally, in whoso Interests
JV WeMean What vtebay I Your
Anewandeaiyplin. 5cnd Stamp
and w mall InHtmctton. tettlmoal-
w at and aend FREE u a Houvcnir a
acmaBaoliCo Boi 38.AheUI.N Carolina USA
Henry H. Williams
The vciy la est methods
employed In taring f' r the
deaj, A lull stock of the bet
and up-to-date undertaking
goods an J paraphernalia.
Phone, Main 64.
A iromtnent MonlrraUltrn'inan, the Iter. Jamil
I! Dixon, Hector ft Jade ami Hon. Canon of
Chrtft (.'birth Cathraral, wrltcii" Permit me to
vend you a fer lint to atrongly recommend
I'rnnr Datis rAlK-Klttrn. 1 hate uaedttwlth
putiifnclion for tlitrtj-flte year. It If A prepara
tion n tilth de perfc full public confidence."
A mn enrp for
Two Slzef, Jc. tM Mc
Vh" ! only on. l'aln-Kllltr, Porry Davis'
they mado application to lay a cable.
Pnrllaa Anld Hint 1nrknv rntlprl nil
concluded Corliss, "this American ally
liraicnly assumed tlio audacity of an
English monopolist nnd proposes
Iny, land and operate tho 1'aclflc cablo
without authority from the Goern-
ment of tlio united States. When tho 1301, 0,314.19.
commlttco recently authorized a favopj Hccelpls for the ranches amounted
able report on tho cablo measure, this 'to S7C.CM.7C fiom whlcli is deducted
cablo monopolist, recognizing tho the expenso of maintaining them, J37.
weakness of his position but honing 013.44. lcnvlne a net enln from tho
turcs ns tho other, and declared that
It was of no valuo whatever; that the
Secretary or the Treasury could not
bind tho compnny by such a contract,
He charged that It was tho purpose of j
mo commercial uauio company to
lay Its cablo to the Marshall Islands
and obtain from Germany a subsidy
nnd leave tho Important naval station
established by our Go ernment on the
Island of Guam without protection.
Tho Senato bill to pay tho claims of
artillery and cavalry officers and pri
vate soldiers of tho Confederate aimy
for horses, smu arms and baggage al
leged to have been taken from them
by Federal troops In violation of tho
terms of tho surrender of the Confed
crate armies, was considered. After
limning tho sum to be paid under tho
provisions of the bill to J50.000 it wns
Mineral concoctions aro dangerous.
Nature nover designed them for heal
ing man. From tlmo Immemorial,
man's healer was purely vcgctablo;
and from that tlmo to this, nature's
unfailing remedy for rheumatism, and
kindred diseases, was tho sama as
that found In Klcnpoo Indian Oil. It
Is naturo's remedy, and nets ns kind
ly as nature. It drives away pain,
kills the dread rheumatism and re
stores tho wrnkned tissue It Is mado
the same as tho Indians mado it cen
turies ago, out of roots, barks, herbs,
gums, leaves, gathered from nature's
unerring laboratory. Its record for
cures Is unparalleled. Dcforo civil
ized man had heard of it, It kept tho
natives in perfect health. And stneo
civilized mnn has known It, tho cate
gory of cures has becomo volumluo"o
No other medicine has mado such
cures, becauso Ktckapoo Indian Oil
is nature's remedy, nndna turo stands
back ot It Your druggist has It, or
can get It. Insist on getting the gen
uine Klckapoo Indian Oil. Hobron
Drug Co., Agents for tho Ktckapoo
'Tho man Is a driveling Idot," raid
the trust magnate
"A nlumb fool." agreed tho coal bar
"An unmitigated lunatic," assented
the steel king.
"Crazy ns a March hare," asseverat
ed tho great financier.
"A hopeless imbecile," asserted the
power In Wall street.
"Aboslutely and utterly devoid of
sense," chimed In tho Senator.
"As brainless us a barrel, added
tho corporation lawyer.
"nut what has ho done?" asked tho
Tno- crowd was convulsed with
"Why, he says," they replied, chok
ing and gurgling, "ho actually says
mat money Isn't everything'" Smart
THE PROGRESSIVE UNDERTAKER
01s t HONOLULU WITH t THE
and 1 148 Fort St..
Ilcsldence n'5 Fort St., below Vineyard,
MIL 05 SOKES
REPORTS AT MEETING
Improvements Past and In Contempl
ation Operating Expenses for
Past Year $421,580.97
Six Percent Dividends.
The regular annual meeting of tho
O. It. & L. Co. was held yesterday aft
ernoon, but business was not complet
ed. Howcor, thpro was sufficient to
show that tho affairs of tho company
nre In good shape. Tho reports of the
railway and ranch departments gno
tho stockholders n good Idea of what
was being done.
Tho report of President Allen show
ed tho net operating expenses to have
been $l21,r,80.97 from which must be
taken the Interest and other fixed
amounting to $145,200.78,
' ntinu'lni. n nnl ln,tri,n ,,r t97l. Ill HI
Dividends at the rato of 0 per cent on
the $1,000,000 of capital had been paid,
which Iclt for the surplus account of
the wharves there had been written
' off, on account of the tearing away of
' old wharves, Jfi8.053.SC. In conclusion,
.he snld that thcro were prospects of
larger earnings for tho coming car,
owing to the fnct that there was an
outloulc for greater crops of sugar
from tho plantations along the lino ot
Acting General Manager G. P. Den
lilson reported the physical condition
oi tho lino excellent and that the new
wharves gavo great farlllty In tho
handling of tho cargo, although they
would have to bo increased, owing to
tho fact that thcro wero being addi
tions mado to tho llect of the Hawaii-nn-Amerlcan
Steamship Co., so that
another wharf-shed would have to bo
It was further stated that It Is ex
pected liming the year to have nn ex
tension ot Queen street from Its pres
ent turning toward King street. This
would Involvo a now bridge over the
Nuunnii stream, and when this was
dono there would be built a roadway
along the head of the hnrbor lino
which would greatly reduce the
amount of draylng necessary. The ex
penscs of tho railroad department were
set down nt 1320.095 91.
Tho reports having been ordered fil
ed and printed for distribution, the
stockholders tool: up tho matter of
amendments to tho by-laws. As this
would tako a long time, the meeting
adjourned for a week,
STRONG CISTERN WATER.
There Is a story told of General
King which might cnuso the W. C. T.
U. to boycott his books. During ono
of his raids shortly after the outbreak
of tho Filipino Insurrection, tho Gen
eral's brlgndo encamped in a town on
the upper Paslg country. The Ilrlgn
dicr handed his canteen to a member
of tho nearest company of volunteers
I educating him to hnvo It filled with
rain water If ho could find It. While
scu'iiilug for a cistern tl-o private
mot a hquad of his romrides, who
had discovered a cask of anlsado, a
nntlo liquor which has five times
tl c strength of any other drink. The
pilvnte, being a volunteer, oboyed n
n lEchlewnis Impulse and filled the
Oenernl's canteen with tho stuff.
When tho General nccosted him
tho noxt morning tho prlvnta sudden
ly saw visions of n court-niartlnl and
tho guardhouse. Hut tho General said
with n smile. "Is thero any more wn
ter In that cistern, private?"
"Sorry sir, but Company I; drank
It dry last night," replied tho soldier
And from that tlmo forward Gen
eral King wns known unofficially hy
tno I'irst iingaue as "tno roan witn
tho cn8Mron llenil
Head 5' ones
HeniemTr tlirri- s no othrr
Alt. VHU.IAViS .-ii nM'd
with this et.i"lh nit ; vi
make no n rr "! ik-
l.ovr But H"
Tho advantages of clcctrtcnl transmission ot power aro numer
ous, but tho more Important may bo treated under tho following
A full explanation of tho above points will bo cheerfully given at
our ofTlco or wo will call and see you.
HAWAIIAN ELECTRIC GO., Ltd.
Big Furniture Store
Whllo waiting for our now storo In tho Sachs' Ilulldlng to bo
completed, wo havo moved temporarily Into tho FISHER BLOCK, op
posite LOVE BUILDING, wlicro wo nre prepared to sell tho samo ex
cellent standard ot furnlturo as wo havo always mado It a point to
Our temporary quarters aro very handsome and a visit from you
will bo wolcome.
PORTER FURNITURE CO., LTD.
PIsIicp Mock, opp. Love Bid., Fnpt Street.
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call for catalogue .
G. W. MACFARLANE,
MACHINES SOLD, RENTED AND REPAIRED.
SHREVE & CO.,
To facilitate trado with tho Hawaiian Islands, will uellvor
all goods purchased or ordered of them, free of nil charges
for transportation to Ilonolu lu or returning samo to San
Francisco. Goods will bo so nt on selection to thoso know
ing tho Arm, or who will fur nlsb satisfactory references In
Jewelers, Gold and Silver Manufacturers,
Alurket tt Post 8tn 6. P.
Illustrated CATALOGUE and prices furnished upon receipt
of request. Wo hnvo tho largest manufactory of Jewelry
and Silverware west of Now York City, and aro proparcd to
furnish Bpeclal designs.
Tel. Muln 311.
BIG SHIRT WAIST SALE
FOR ONE WEEK ONLY. ALL WAISTS MARKED
BELOW COST. CALL AND EXAMINE THEM.
A. A. MONTANA,
Leading DrcHHnwil(ln House nnd Millinery Pnrlors.
Arlington Block, Hotel 8t. II. Fi DAVISON, Mnnngcr.
The Germania Life Insurance Company,
OF NEW YORK.
Tald to Policy Holders slnco 18C0 for Death Claims... $2U73,9 CS
For Matured I'ollclcs 7.E07.C08 27
Dividends and Surrenders 13.C99.131 37
Manager for Hawaiian Islands.
For a quiet rest and a
pleasant Sundny, tho at
tractions nt tho Inn nro
unsurpassed. Finest Bitrf
bathing and canoeing on
i:collent culslno and
tho best of Bcnlic. . .
L. 11. DEE
W. Beswlck, Manager.
Edmond Johnston, -Steward.
Miss Mary Smith, Stew
ardess. Take the car to Walklki.
Get your orders tn for the special
Industrial edition. The second edition
is now ready for distribution Price
2. Convenience and Flexibility.
3. Saving of Power.
4. Sanitary Improvement.
5. Increased Output
6. Decreased Cost of Maintenance.
PostoMIce Box 07
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lii ret t it ml inn tif th iitrit it ratntjlUhrtl
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V. O. nox 553; Tel. Illuo 791; Room
3, Spreckels Ilulldlng.