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EVENtNO BULLETIN. HONOLULU, H T WEDNESDAY MAtlCIt C, 1302
And with her nrrltnl tlin Alamc da 1ms lirotiRlit us n wonderfully beau
tiful and complete line of tho tno3t ixqulaltej
Our store now presents nn appearance of both Korccoim and doll
cne materials that will make exceedingly hnmlsomo dresses Come
early, for remember tho flrBt comers are the ones who hao tho first
selection. Below wo mention some of the now fabrics:
Satin Striped Mull
Now pretty patterns In light
blues, sea foam nnd pinks.
Now Persian effects, ery dain
ty colorings and noel patterns.
Applique effects, latest designs,
colors light bluo with black,
pink with black and gray with
Grass Linen and Batistes
In pretty linen effects.
Lawns and Muslins
in fancy stripes and figures, nil
the vciy latest.
Silk Mixed Tissue
Tho Ory newest designs, ex
quisite colorings, blue, pink, sea
foam and light tan,
Grass Linen Tissue
Very sheer, linen color; will
mako tip prettily.
Silk Mixed Tissue
Solid colors, soft material, In
cream, black and eloej color.
An unusualy flno assortment of
latest designs and elegant com
blnatlon of fancy stripes, solid
rolor stripes nnd pollm dots in
New Spring White Goods
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IS SHOT IN A DUE
New York I'd) 23 Niwupipn How
ms n sensation I'aul Inn Inn ham!
il niir the reins of isoit-rum.nt to
William M l.affan I'ndir Tin-Sun
and ocr the date line on tho editorial
pagi of the morning edition nppi arocl
this morning the name of William V
l.affan Dana was about the office as
usual but tho bewildered staff did not
gallop up to him In a body and nsk
him whnt It all meant He Ik a 'rluh
by" lnilUhliml. and iliey feared n re
Imff l.affan olunteercd no Informa
tlon but the general understanding
was that ho controlled tho destinies of
the joung men who make the now spa
per which Dana the elder built up
It Is thought Paul Dana Is content with
being a millionaire, and 11 Is exported
that he will trawl, although, no ono
S PEOPLE WHO USE ff
An of oursc the lir-jt judg' and all piumninic It tin most Hntifar
fadory iower they hao over usil Illcrtrlilt) Ik n nnoml nl r
liable so conenlent that tho motor can be mowd to when- the
work Is done, so cleanly that It ran bo used eeu when the fix
tures nre elegant nnd It hns no odor 1'sed for nil kinds of mm hln
ory from running the coffee mill at tho Kona Coffee stor, to humling
hea masonry on the Young building nnd oporallng mini, urns e,
ators Call and see us or write for Information.
I'hoto by Hurr Mclntonlt New tk,
MISS A. CONSTANCE SMEDLEY.
Miss Suicclk-) Is one of the few suiiessful uoincii playwrights of America.
She Is the author of lijpiy Marie," which Is soon to be presented by Mrs.
Ours aro tho prettiest whit
be patterns aro novel and ben
Importation and consists of n
e foods over brought to the Islands,
utirul This stock Is nn entirely new
complete assortment In all lines
New Applique Trimmings, New Black Waved Lace,
Arabian aces, Etc, Etc.
N. S. SACHS' DRY GOODS CO., Ltd
Against Foreign Built Ships
u'alilnnnti IVIi on Tlin Wnslilnc- In other w nnls the nuneiR took thtlr
ton rcprescntutlws of the American rhatiics and lost They nre now m-'"cl" ry B001'" ' VW" I'iR"
WHY THROW $40 AWAY
by paying $100 for a typewriter when you can get an up-todate
strictly high grade machine.
The Wellington Visible Writer
for $60. This machine Is a revolution in typewriters. One of
many endorsements given, tho Wellington Typewriter Is as follows
"Wo mako tho statement positively
that they nro absolutely tho best, ex
celling nil others In simplicity, dura
blllty nnd accuracy. We aro using 76
of thorn In our Philadelphia and New
York stores. They bavo our unquali
(Signed) JOHN WANAMAKER."
We have Just received a shipment of theso typewriters and
will be pleased to glvo full particulars regarding same.
Tlieo. li. Davies & Co., Ltd.
long N'ewspapt r How hnd an di flnltu
information to that effect.
finessing among Sun men etorda .
wns of n brain working order Laffan I
has owntd considerable Sun stock I
Tin Evening Sun was founded at hlit
suggestion nnd lie has boon a figure
of weight In the conduct of both tm I
morning nnd evening editions tor
ninny enrs ' 1 ou see it In the Sun
It's so therefore it Is thought I.af
fan's name was not used without his
consent Some of tho men at whom
hu has looked askance lu the past feel
tnelr bonds rocking une.isll on their
Washington, Keli 20 The Sei rotary
of the Tre.isurj has received from tho
Attornej General an opinion on tho
question of whether merchandise ship
red from I'ngo I'ngo, Tiitulli. is en
titled to free entry Into the I'nlted
States In view of the convention con
cluded between tho I'nlted States,
(.treat Britain and (ierm.inv on Decern
her 2. 1S91 Tho Attorney General
holds that Tutiilla Is domestic terri
tory of the I'nlted States and that our
tariff laws Imposing duties on goods
from "foreign ports" nre not applica
ble on goods rci elved from lMgo l'ago
' It Is possible," sas the Attornev
General ' that German nnd ilrltlsh
merchants may attempt, under cover of
the provisions of tho tripartite agree.
HAWAIIAN ELECTRIC CO., Ltd.
KIN(1 STREET, NEAR ALAKEA.
Big Furniture Store
Hawaiian Steamship Comp.in) havu dcnvorlng to make good their loss at
appealed to Congress against leglsla
tlon granting to owners of foielguj
built tonnage American register for.
their vessels In their appeal the rep
resentatives of the steamship company
Our ellents. the Atncrienn-llnwallan
the expense of Amerlcan-bullt vessels
We do not feel that a wsfcI such as
the Ilrltlsh-bullt Mannuense (S 3.I0J)
should bo granted an American regis
ter, for the simple reason that tills
particular ship Is owned by n cltl7on of i
the I nlted States Vh should J
S S Co view with no little eoncern '" " -'-" i'"""" "
the glowing tendency on the part or' """P 'n the coastwise trade with
owners of foreign-built tonnage- t ap- nr "" wssels' We feel certain that
peal to Congress, under arlous pre-. n" Jtmable reason cat. be usslgneel.
texts for American teglstcrs on be-' nni e, tr,,8t Vint c"RrC8H '"not
hulf of their vessels. i serloul consider measures of such a
.,,,,', . ... . I dangerous character.
A number e.f bills hav ng this pur-1 , mneU ,, ln
pose in Mew have been Introduced In m parnegt pst gi a
both the House and Senate, and It Is ,,, tmU w rMU , COInI)et.
Ulll IH-B.IU, 111 lino tuiiuciiiuii, ,., t.u.,.w ., , ,, ,...,., r, n,l
out the Injury which would ensuo to .. ,,, u llo.lpn , ' ,,,
American shipping Interests, s hou d nttcntlon of ConBrrlll t() thc filct ,hnt
theso various measures be enacted Into , . .
PER S. S, "ALAMEDA"
New Line Golf Shirts
very Ititcst In tho market.
SILK AND GRAPE SHIRTS. PONGEE
SILK FOR SUITS, direct from the Orient.
DIG LINE OF KIMONAS. - -
Robinson Block, Motel Street.
Into some of our other ports hut the
treat) neither stipulates for free- entiv
Into l'ago l'ago nor Is Intended to pro
vide n moms for entry Info other ports
on the terms stipulated In the ense but
only that tho same prv lieges as wo
see fit to acrord to l'ago Pago to our
own commerce and vessels shall be cn
Jojod by Ilrltlsh nnd Gcrmin goods nnn
vessels arriving there- '
General Merchandise. Dry Goods, Groceries
Japanese Provisions, etc
MAOOON IiLOOK, MEBOHANT hTREET.
RETIRING FROM BUSINESS
commencing March 1, 1902, I will sell all tho btotk in my storo
Regardless of Cost
Is th rpportunlty of n llfollmo lo obtain great bargains In c.oiy
Under existing statutes American
registry tan be granted only to the fol
lowing classes of vessels
1 A vessel constructed within and
owned b citizens of the I'nlted States
2 A foreign vessel wrecked within
the waters of the I'nlted Stntrs and'
purchased and repaired l a citizen
thereof, provided the repairs to tho
vessel eipial three-fourths of her value!
vv hen repaired
3. A foreign vessel captmedllurlng ni
war to which the I'nlted States Is a
party as prize, and sold to a citizen of
the I'nlted States
4 A foreign vessel condemned nnd
sold, for vlulatlon of law .
We believe the scope of existing law
Is sunielentl) broad to meet all possi
ble exigencies , nnd that Congress
should not go outside of the lines al
read) laid down by granting special
privileges to owners of foreign ton
nage, to the great prejudice of Amcrl-can-hullt
Our clients have constiucted, In Am
erican shipyards, at great expense, six
large, full-powered, steel steam vessels
for tho trade between Atlantic ports of
the I'nlted Stntcs, San rranclsco and
the Hawaiian Islands, tho Ncvndan and
Nchraskan, now about to go Into com
mission, will ply between San Pr.in
elsco nnd the Islands, ellrc-ct Addi
tional vessels, of still larger t)pe, aro
In course of const! uc tlon
As nn example of the evils of special
legislation, we heic desire to point out
the Injury to our Interests which
would ensue should Senate bill No
1970 (II It No 903), granting an Am
erican register to tho forelgn-bullt
baikintlnc Hawaii become a law This
measuro pruposes to grant an Ameri
can register to the Hawaii with the
light to partlrlpato In tho coastvvlsn
trade between tho Hnvvallan Islands
and tho l'aclfle Coist The effect would
lie to allow this vessel to compete with
the steamers of tho Nevadan nnd Ne
braska t)pe. constructed expressly for
this trade, as abovo Btated, and built
In American slilp)nids, of American
material anil by American labor No
GOO KIM, 1116 Nuuanu Street
P O Box ws Til. il
WING- WO GJE3LJ&.JST
THE OLDEST CHi. viE FIRM IN HONOLULU.
Dltltri Id Flo Silks tod Grttl Llocol. CblotM tod JiptotM Goodi ol All Klodt
,iw.t Nuutnu ttritt
cis of such vessels to receive an Ameri
can register. In ever) case where Con
Si (1.8 grants such a privilege It Is al
wa)8 at thc expense of and a direct
Injur) lo the American shipping Indus
try which will not attain prosperlt)
wlille forelgn-bullt vessels can, with
tnso and little expense obtain the
same- privileges as those of American
const! tic tlon
NATURE'S PROVISION FOR MAN.
When Nnturo designed man she
provided nmplo things for his preser
vation. Man was intended to llvo and
bo healthy on vegetation; thnt was
tho natural way. Tho only way to be
healthy or to regain lo3t health Is
by using nature's remedy nnd great
blood purifier ICIckapon Indian Sag-w-a.
This Is the great Indian reme
dy, taken direct from naturo's unerr
ing laboratory. It is mado of slmplo
herbs, roots and barks, and always
arts naturally. It searches out the
disease; finds the rauso of It; slays
It, and restores the body to a normal
ly hcalthly condition. If your liver Is
sluggish, drowsy, or inactive; If your
heart doesn't pump right, palpltato,
thumps, sometimes vigorously; nud
Bomctlmes faintly; It your bowels art
Inactive, or overactive; If your ston
ach falls you; If your kidneys fail to
act naturally; there is still help foi
)ou It you will tako Klckapoo In
dian Sagwa. You must net quickly
Discaso is progressive, ou must stop
it at once. Klckapoo Indian Sagwa
will do It. Ilobron Drug Co., agents
for tho Klckapoo Indian Remedies.
CHICAGO ni!ciiito:n YITUS
Chicago. Feb 2.1. Ill the next few
dn)s a conference wilt bo held here
for thc imrposo of launching n move
ment to force Congressional action on
International reciprocity Tho West
cm Heclpiotlty I.eagtm, of which (lov
ernor Stnnlcy of Knnsas Is president
and James Peering of Chicago vice
president, will nrrangu thu conference
A 11 Unit of Topekn. si-cretary of thu
league, is in unicngo tor mis purpose
Ho will endeavor to tiring together
innnufae Hirers who favor reclprorlt)
and others interested In the move
ment Tariff concessions to Cuba will be
only one of the- league's demands Tho
appilcnllon of the prim Iple of roclprtx
Ity lo tho trade rclntlons between this
oountrj and all foreign governments Is
sought. The ratification of the reel
proclty treaties with nine nations nc
tlon for which hns been pending In
the United States Senate for more
tnnn two )inrs will be especially urg
CUIiANS ASK TOR ISULILF.
Washington, I'eb 23 Supplement
lug the large number of petitions nnd
appeals from other organized bodies In
the Island of Cuba for relief In the
shape of n reduction of tariff dues tho
President has received a petition from
Ramon Rivera and other representa
tives of the assembl) of the delegntes
from the various tobacco vvoiklng In
dustries of Cuba, whle h met In Hava
na on tho 9th Inst The petition re
cites the great crisis confronting Cuba,
anil "In tho nnmo of 30 000 woi king
men who hear hunger calling at their
doors " the) Implore- the President to
save CiiIij from ruin "
INSURANCE AND SUICIDE
St Mills, I'eb 17 A decision wns
rendered today h Judges Caldwell,
Tlm)er and nanborn of the United
States Circuit Court of Appeals, re
leasing tho Mutual l.lfo Insurance.
rnmitflnv tt Mtiur Vnrlf frmn tlin ftlill.
matter what tho sentiment In the caso Ka,0II of paJnK 7ri0 to thu w(ow nf
bulletin 75c. per month.
may be, we do not bellevo there Is nny
Justification for the admission of forelgn-bullt
craft Into competition with
our American-built vessels, tho cost of
which Is mutcrl.ill) In excess of those
built abroad When tho owners of the
Hawaii contracted far her construction
In Scotland, they did to with a full
knowledge of the facts beforo them
To say thnt it was not possible to
build this vessel In the L'nlted States,
at that time Is not correct for It Is
will known that vessels of icpial ton
nage were being hullt nt thnt time on
the Atlantic coast though probahl) ,
at a figure In excess of that which the
owners hnd to pa) the Scotch builders
Hdward S Kelly ono ol its policy
holders, who committed milcido In Col
lax, In, on Kcbruniy 21, 1S93. 'iho
Conn of Appeals reversed the decision
of tho United Stntes circuit Court of
Iowa, vvlilLh bold that the Insurance
I company was obliged to pay Mrs Kel
ly tho amount of the policy, regardless
of tho clause In thu contract guaran
teeing that the holder en tho policy
would not take his life within two
)ears of Its Insurance
a n.-l UJtTnU AU.
Lnniun .f l.n uumu
We Mean wrmt coy i uur
A new and i at jr .ln t nd Mnmi
Anil wa mall limlriicllon . toMimnnl
al ami ttrml FflfC ait n Koiiwntr ttl
Acme Rook Co Boi38 Aihevllte N Carolina USA
Hvery possessor of n "Kodak" or
"Ilrownlo" camera Is offered the op
portunity of competing for $1000 In
prizes given by the Ilastman Kodak
The great advantages of a cosmo
politan population and beautiful scen
ery makes the chance of Honolulu con
testants favorable and as tho prizes ar
numerous Island amateurs will no
doubt eliaw n large share. Honolulu
I'hoto Supply Co ate headiiartcrs.
HILLY UMUFitSON DEAD.
Huston, rob 23 William HmerHon
Redmond, better known as "Hilly" I'm
orson, widely known as a minstrel
died in destitute circumstances nt
Dlau's Hotel on Kllot street, nbout b
o'clock Saturdn) night. Consumption
was the cause Tim famous tun maker
phi)id Ills last engagement with Rill)
West's Minstrels when the) were nt
tho Iloston Theater last Ma) At that
time he was taken sick and has failed
rapidly ever since He leaves n widow
in San Francisco, nud n sou b) his
fll st wife In New Ycnk.
GAGE'8 NliV ,1015.
New York, I"i-h 18 At n special
meeting today of the trustees of tho
United Stntcs Trust f ompati) John A
Stewart tendered his leslgnatlon of tho
olllee of president, nnd recommended
that I.) man J (.age. former Secretary
of the 'Ircasur) be chosen as his suc
cessor It was understood that Mr
(age would accept
PALMA CUIIAN PltliKIDCNT.
Havana, I'eh 24 Ilr Tomas lis
tinihi I'almn and Senoi Hstcves were
toda) formally elected b) the Rlectoi
al College rospectlvel) first President
and llrst Vice President of the Cuban
Republic Senators were also elected
Rheumatism has been cured In a
multitude of e uses during the past slx'v
years by PAIN-KIM.HR This potent
remedy rubbed vigorously in and
around tho suffering parts will relieve
nil stiffness, reduce the swelling and
kill nil piln The most stubborn'cases
yield lo this treatment when persovercl
In Avoid substitutes there Is hut ono
Paln-Klllcr, Perry Dav is' 25c nnt SOc.
While watting for our now store In thc Sachs' Riiltdlng to bo
completed, wo have moved temporarily Into the FISHER DLOCK, op
posite LOVE BUILDING, where wo are prcpa.ed to sell tho samo ex
cellent standard of furnlturo as wo havo always made It a point to
Our temporary quarters are very handsome and a visit from you
will bo welcome.
PORTER FURNITURE CO., LTD.
PUIier Block, npp. Love Blel., Port Ktreet.
SMITH PREMIER TYPEWRITERS
Still In the Lead Always in the Lead.
HIGHEST AWARD AT PARIS 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, DENTED AND REPAIRED.
SHREVE & CO., San Francisco
To facilitate trado with tho Hawaiian Islands, will deliver
all goods purchased or ordered of them, freo of all charges
for transportation to Honolulu or returning samo to San
Francisco, floods will bo son! on selection to thoso know
ing tho Arm, or who will furnish satisfactory references In
Jewelers, Gold and Silver Manufacturers,
Market & Pont 6ts., 6. P.
Illustrated CATAl.OOUi: and prices furnished up6n receipt
of request. Wo hnvo tho largest manufactory of Jewelry
and Sllvcrwaro west of Now York City, and aro prepared to
furnish special designs.
Tel. Main nil
Postottlce Hox 57
BIG SHIRT WAIST SALE
FOR ONE WEEK ONLY. ALL WAISTS MARKED
BELOW COST. CALL AND EXAMINE THEM,
A. A. MONTANA,
Lending DrcKHimiklnjJ Houhc mil Millinery PnrlorH,
Arlington Itlock, ilotcl St. II. Pi DAVISON, Mnnnficr.
OAHU CARRIAGE MF'G CO., Ltd.
1170 River Street.
Bet. Beretunla and Pauahl.
Tel. Blue S41.
P. O. Box 078.
Rubber Tires pat on in Satis
Fine Carriages, Wagons and
TmCkS. Repair Work a
All orders promptly attended to.
Only competent help employed.
DURABLE AND ACCURATE
The Ktystone Watch Cise
Co., l'i"TAiltSIII'll 1SCJ
America's Oldest and!
Largest Watch Factory
lTor Mitlu jy
The Principal watch
Dealers in Hawaii ,
NEW YEAR WELL
By hit vlnjl your photo
tnken. My work Ih
of the hlghcHt quiiltty
nnd prices i-ciiHoniiblc
J. J. Williams,
Tuke clcvntoi In !Soton Block.
HrlsliUr thAnlrctrlrtr,rhiir ttuui IfftwrM. MO
ti im) t mii Hi) !iwtT An iiiHjfrnnUhi.im rator air tv
nur Uiup, liU)i itlvt-i iu tt lirflit ainev?rhia4
vrrtrntur(ttrkl nukttnu mow n r ("H mtn lira Uxl
like Hits orrtiral tyi tui always rlrMlUIa-tlttn.
tmlt rM lit inaka atM Mil I inu li i luaT A lamp that
I liiolnir wt mlffuiI Ni.m- lllti llim ilivmarkt-t.
A rarviUamv fwr arnia. Suit ai i u aaautl Aildirai
STANDARD GAS LAMP CO.,
118120 Michigan Stroot, Chicago.
Itrfrt pit mill mih f tli uUU t rtMklltird
niiiiiiifiirturvn ttf h"nlluu 1uuihi ul till Uw
Fred. L. Waldron
P O Box 653; Tel Blue 791; Room
3, Bnrechclii Uullcllng.