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Autl with her arrival tho Alameda has brought us a wonderfully beau
tiful and complete line of tho mo3t exquisite
Our sloro now presents an nppoarance or both gorgeous and dell
calo materials that will mnlto exceedingly handsomo dresses. Come
early, for remember the first comers are the ones who have tho first
selection. Below we mention Bomo of the now fabrics:
Satin Striped Mull
New pretty patterns In light
blues, sea foam nnd pinks.
New Persian effects, very dain
ty colorings and novel patterns.
Applln.ua 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 nnd figures; all
the voiy latest.
New Spring White Goods
Ours aro tho prettiest white foods ever brought to the Islands.
".Uo patterns aro novel nnd beautiful. This stock Is nn entirely now
importation and consists of a complete assortment In all lines.
New Applique Trimmings, New Black Waved Lace,
Arabian aces, Etc., Etc.
N. S. SACHS' DRY
WHY THROW $40 AWAY
by paying $100 for a typcWritcr when you can get an up-to-date
strictly high grado machine
The Wellington Visible Writer
for $60. This machine Is a revolution In typowrlters. One of
many endorsements given tho Wellington Typewriter Is as follows
"Wo mako tho statement positively
that they aro absolutely the best, ex
celling all others In simplicity, dura
bility and accuracy. We aro using 75
of them in our Philadelphia and New
York stores. Thoy have our unquali
(Signed) JOHN WANAJf AKER."
We have just received a shipment of theso typowrlters and
will be pleased to give full particulars regarding same.
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PER S. S,
Robinson Block, Hotel Street.
Mil I I Ill I I I I - -I H'fM
General Merchandise. Dry Goods, Groceries
.Japanese Provisions, etc.
MAGOON BLOCK, MEROHANT STREET.
RETIRING FROM BUSINESS
commencing March 1, 1902, I will sell all the stock In my storo
Regardless of Cost
This Is the rpportunlty of n llfo time lo obtain great bargains In every
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p. o, 8ox m
THE OLDEST CHi. '-SE
lUtitn lo Fle Sllkl tol Grill Llani,
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Silk Mixed Tissue
The very newest designs, ox
qulslto colorings, blue, pink, sea
foam and light tan.
Grass Linen Tissue
Very sheer, linen color; will
mako up prettily.
Silk Mixed Tissue
Solid colors, soft material, In
cream, black and dovo color.
An uniisualy fino assortment of
latest designs and elegant com
bination or fancy stripes, solid
color stripes and pollta dots in
r 11 colore.
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hi tho market.
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SILK FOR SUITS, direct from the Orient.
BIG LINE OF KIMONAS. - -
FIRM IN' HONOLULU.
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JU1 V IZLj X WIS L'LZO 1
Washington, Teh. 22. Special
Tho prospects ate excellent lor a
warm fight over tho question of a ca
bio from tho 1'adflc Coast to the
Orient. The House committee has re
ported by a vote of 8 to 7 in favor of
a Government cable. Mr. Corliss as
serts that out of tho seventeen mem
bers of tho committee twelve are in
favor of Oovcrnment ownership, mt
those who arc advocating a private
cable Bay that Mr. Corliss Is mistaken.
Tho Mnckny-Bcnnelt people tako tho
position that tho law or 1SCC gives
them all the rights needed in tho
premises to construct, operate and
land a cablo upon American shores.
Ail they hope to do is to prevent nny
legislation whatever, that being the
outcome most satisfactory to them,
'lhcy state that their contract calls
for a cablo to be in operation from
san Krnnclsco to Hawaii by Novem
ber 1st, and they agrco to have tno
cable In operation to Manila within
two years from that date. Tho pro
posed rates on the Mncltny' cable are
Iirty cents a wotd to Hawaii until tne
.pplne end Is laid; then tho rates
to Ije one dollar a word tb Manila and
thlrty-flvo cents a word to Hawaii. The
present rnte to Manlln Is $2.35 a word.
Tho contention of tho cable com
pany against a Oovcrnment cable is
that the foreign cable companies will
not oxchnngo with the Government of
flco and wilt send all their business by
to western routes, whereas It tho
Philippine cable Is owned by a pri
vate company alt the telegraphic busi
ness of the Orient will cross the In-
due on the American wtro, thus mak
ing It possible for tho cablo to earn
dividends for Its owners. They estl
tnato the cost of maintenance at $15,
Ouu a year with a loca. btt.ilness out of
Manila of about 70.000 words. They
say that allowing for nn increase of
400,000 words that It means that tho
fifty cents a word rate proposed by
the Government gives nn income of
$200,000 ns against nn minimi expense
account of a million nnd a half.
Tho Mackay people claim that with
tho exception of Mr. Ward, the vlco
president of tho Postal, their organi
zation is composed entirely of Ameri
can citizens; that tho Government
business will be carried over through
cablo at such rates as the Postmaster
General may determine; that the
L 1 F
HER CREW COMPLAINS
OF SHORT RATIONS
Ship Attached By United States Mar
shal The Rearing Set By
Judge Estce for Monday
United States Marshal Hendry at
tached tho American ship A. J. Fuller
yesterday afternoon by monition ol
Jttdgo ISsteo upon the complaint oi
thirteen seamen (lied by their attor
ney, G. A. Davis.
Complainants claim tho right to be
discharged at this port, with tho pay
ment of twenty dollars to each of them
on account of short rations. They al
lege that they Joined tho ship nt Syd
ney, N. S. W., December C, 1901, ns
seamen, nnd sen oil on the voyage to
Honolulu until Kelt. 2S, 1902, also:
That the master of the said ship
and the said ship are Indebted to them
tho said llbellants severally In the sum
of twenty dollars each for tho money
duo and payable to them the said libel-
liintn from thn snlil libelees liv force
and virtue of tho statute of the United!
States to wit, section 45C3 of the Re-'
vised Statutes of the United States, I
for that the provisions which the said
seamen stipulated for under the agree
ment entered Into before tho com
mencement of the voyage were reduced
during the said voyage for the space
of forty dajs by one-third of the quan
tity which the libelees In and by said
agreement were bound to provide and
which they neglected and "refused to
provide without lawful excuse.
The libel Is set for hearing next Mon
day. It la obvious that sixteen stories are
qulto enough to darken and dampen
tho streets and to glvo the effect of nn
ugly ennyon, Such great light obscur
ing masses must bo detrimental to the
general health and comfort and they
aro utterly Incompatible with the idea
of n city beautiful. If, therefore, tha
limit should be removed Lcrause tho
same opportunity to build should bo
open to all property owners, theso facts
should bo remembered when the de
mands of Justice have been complied
with. Chicago Uecord-Hcrald.
The Bulletin, 75 cents per month.
LO JZTAJTXiU L CAJ
Ct-J.-ornment shall have the right to
purchase the cable by appraisement nt
any time after Its construction, nnd
thnt any timo tho necessity may nilso
tno Government can send Its own oni
cers and telegraph operators Into the
coble stations and take charge of tho
Cablo experts express somo doubt
as to the case with which a cable can
be laid from Hawaii to the Philip
pines. No cablo has ever been laid
over such tremendous depths of wa
ter for such a distance, and they say
that many mishaps are posslblo dur
ing the period of construction nnd
operation whereby transmission would
bo interrupted for long periods whtio
the cablo was being tied together after
being broken by tho enormous strain
to which it will bo subjected.
It is too early yet to say what tho
outcomo will lo In Congress, lint a
great many believe that when tho Pa
cific cable Is laid It will be as a pri
vate enterprise nnd not by the Govern
ment. Ono .rencon for this belief Js
that nllowlng a prlvato company to
build a cable does away with tho ne
cessity for any apptoprlatlon, thus
I leaving moro money Tor other projects
' n,.l (-ml..,.! i .fin Inlnl 1i,l1irnt I.V fl
considerable amount. Ileccnt develop
ments In Hnwnll liavo shown tho ab
solute necessity of Immediate tele
graphic communications with this
part of tho United Stntcs and It
would be many months nrter tho ciato
for which the Manila cable Is now
contracted for beforo the Govern
ment could arrange to complete tho
work. Strong prcssuto Is being
brought to hear by the Pacific Coast
delegation In Congress for tho Gov
ernment to fnctlltato the transaction
of business between San Francisco
I ports and countries lying to tho west.
I A direct lino of steamers has Just been
I put on from San Krnnclsco to Manila
I through the efforts of the commercial
I bodies of San Francisco, and tlicro is
'tin lltfVnnt ilnniAtiil fnf n naliln rtt Ihn
Ull lll(fl III UVIIIUIIII lUt U l.(UIU lfc IIIV
cnrllcst posslblo dato, regardless of
who is to build, own or operato It. A
light will be made against the Corliss
bill for a Government cable, and If
no legislation results It will servo the
purpose of thoso who are proceeding
with tho construction of a private
wire. This may bo the outcome in
the situation, J. A. WIECKONS.
BY CIVIL COMMISSION
Resident Agent of Philippine Govern
ment to See That Laborers Were
Properly Cared for Secre
tary Root's Reply.
Manila. Jan. 29. Ily tho U. S. A. T.
Hancock cnine tho reply of the Secrc
tary of War to the recommendations of
tho Civil Commission regarding tho
Immigration of Vlsayans into Hawaii,
to supply the labor requited on tho
When tho application was made to
the Civil Commissioner by W. F. Lam
son and Inter backed by William Hay
wood, former Consul of the United
Stntcs at Hawaii and then represent
ing the Hawaiian Sugar Planters' As
sociation, tho matter was refcrrbd to
Commissioner Ide. Secretary of Fi
nance nml Justice for the Philippine Isl
nnds, who then, In n report submitted
to tho Civil Commission, stated that
be was of opinion that there could bo
no objection to tho emigration of tho
untlves of nny part of tho Philippine.
Islands to Hawaii, or elsewhere, to
ajipply necessary labor on the planta
tions, If they were willing to go.
Hut Judgo Ide was of opinion thnt In
nil cases of emigration of tho natives
of this archipelago, as laborers In a
fnr-dlstant land, they should ho sur
rounded with nil possible safeguards.
Tho first thing thnt Commissioner Me
recommended was that In case, of such
emigration as was contemplated, on
ngent should bo appointed In Hawaii,
ns representing tho United States Gov
ernment In tho Philippines, to look af
ter tho Interests of tho laborers Im
ported into Hawaii ;that thoso who
desired to Import such labor should
be ptcparcd to guarantee, lo tho satis
faction of such agent, the specific per
formance of their contracts with Immi
grants ; tliat they should regularly and
piomptly receive the salaries stipulat
ed; that thoy should he properly hous
ed, and thnt every convenience for tak
ing and properly housing the families
of tho Immigrants should bo secured.
Lord Mahon of England, who only
recently camo of age, has been warned
for aetlvo service In South Afrlcn, and
will Icavo for tho sceno of war soon.
V Jhwv,jv. - . -j
New York Trlbuns.
iw HiiAKmr ntnus
Chicago, Feb. 21. Cigarette -f
f smokers arc not wanted at the -f
Northwestern Aradcmy, Kvans-
ton, tho great preparatory school -f
-f for the Northwestern University, -f
Dr. H. F. Flsk, principal of tho
f academy, made a speech to U3
-f students today against their use
f and ended by ordering those who -f
f thought they couldn't quit them -t
f to leave tho academy. He Ba'il 4
f that their tuition money would be -f
-f refunded. -t
f Tho address was made at chap- -t
f el, and Dr. Flsk drew his con- -f
f elusions of the effects of cigarette -f
- smoking from tho comparative
f standing made in recent cxamlna-
-f tions by those who smoke and
thoso who do not. DMdlng
the students into four grades. l)r
Fisk said that but 2 per cent of
f the users of cigarettes were In
the highest grade, while 57 per
f cent of the cigarette smokers -t-f
stood In the lowest grade. Of the t
t ery best students tho principal
-t- said that not one was n cigarette t
".Vy experience lias been." said
Dr. Flak, "that four out of fle
of those who persist In the cigar-
ctte habit ulltlmatcly make n fall-
f lire In their studies, nut! for that
reason 1 would advise those who
ore unable to quit and thoe who
do not wish to quit to wl'lulraw
from this school. You are not
t t f 'r - -f
fill fflffi IN
A SWEU RECEPTION
The army and ship's officers of tho
transport Warren gnc a most delight
ful dance in Progress hall last even
ing, their guests being those people
they have met here during their short
stay. The hall was ory prettily decor
ated with flags and pennants, placed In
position by men of tho transport under
tho direct supervision of Manager Lako
of tho Hawaiian hotel. Tho tricolor
flag of tho United States transport ser
vlio occupied a prominent place on thn
platform. Large palms were set about
m tho alcoves and by tho doors.
The reception nnd dance had been
originally planned for the decks of tbo
transport but the combined clrcura
stances of the work aboard the vessel
and the inclement weather made it
nccessjry for another place to be chos
en. The officers were ceitalnly model
hosts and gave Honolulu society people
one of the most pleasant evenings they
have had In a long time. Their atten
tions to their guests were unfailing.
Capt. Cannon, tho nrmy quartermaster
aboard the Warren, had charge of tha
floor. Waltzes were alternated witu
two-steps and the lancers were danced
once for tho benefit of tho older people,
Tho dance was given by Captains
Dunning, Smiley, Brooke, Vanse, Ullne,
Arnold nnd Cannon, First Lieutenant
Moore, Surgeon McVean, Surgeon Garl
ington. Second Lieutenants Tqylor,
Jones, Shaw, Iloyce and Qas3or. Their
guests were Major Hoblnson, U. S. A.,
and offico staff; Mrs, Hoblnson, Ad
miral Merry, U. 8. N.; Paymaster Hall,
V. S. N.; Captain McK. Williamson, U.
S. A.; Captain Pearco, Lieut. Hancock,
anil Dr. SIcAdory, Artillery Corps.
Camp McKlnley; Captain narnesson
of the transport; Mrs. Colwcll, Mrs.
Eans nnd Mrs. Klmbrcw, army ladles,
nnd Miss Moore, a navy lady on tin1
transport; Mies I.anilcRon of New
York, Miss Elsie Dodge. Miss Smith.
Miss May Coluell, Miss Louise Gerard,
Miss Agnes Gerard, Miss Marela War
ren. Miss Lucy Iloth. Miss Lillian Da
con. Miss Itoslo Cunhn, Mrs. liocttclier.
Miss Ilocttrher. Miss McMultrle, Miss
Ilraydon, Miss Angus. Miss Grace, tho
Misses Reynolds, Mr. and Mrs. A. F
Judd, Mr. and Sirs. II. W. Lnkc. .Mrs.
Henry W. Howard, Mrs. Green, Mr.
and Mrs. Hmmctt May, Mr. and Mrs.
Aggaslz. and Messrs. Lowell, W. D,
Adams, Gcorgo Angus, Fred Angus,
Hurry Wilder, Wcntworlh Uuchnnan.
C. II. W. Norton. A. II. Cunhn, N. II.
Kooser, Scott, Byron llalrd, Maddux,
Sexton and many others. Madame
Gcnevrn Johnstone-Hlshop was Invited
hut wbb tumble to attend on account of
her recent accident nnd tho fear that
she might impair her voire for the con
cert Monday night by going out.
Do You Suffer from lumbago, rheu
matism or swollen muscles? If ao.
procuro nt onco n bottle of PAIN
KILLER and follow the printed direc
tions. Tha relief is Instantaneous ns
well as lasting. No necessity to suffer
wncn n remedy such ns Paln-Klllcr I.
to be had. Sixty years of succss speaks
for Itself. Avoid substitutes, there I.,
btu ono Paln-Klllcr, Perry Davis .
Price 2oc. and COc.
SALE OF LEASE OF GOVERN
MENT LOT SITUATE AT KAI
LUA, NORTH KONA, HAWAII.
On Saturday, April 5th, 1902, at
12 o'clock noon, at tho front entranro
of tho Capitol (Executive Building),
wl.l he sold at public auction the lease
of tho premises known as KamaknhO'
nit, near tho sea beach, situate at Kal
lua. North Kona, Hawaii, and contain'
Ing an area of 7-10 of an acre, a little
more or less,
Tho Government reserving the
pilvllcgo of taking upon GO days notice
for tho purpose of public Improvemunt
Itio strip of shoro lino extending at
a right anglo Horn tho end of tho Gov
ernment wharf at Kallua, along the
waterfront of said lot.
Term LeaBO for Flvo Years, per
mission given Juno 8th, 1902.
Upset Itontal J2S0 per annum, pay
able bcml-annually In advance
JAMES H. BOYD,
Superintendent of 1'ubllo Works.
Offico of Superintendent of Public
Works. March Dth, 1902. 20S8-
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The five-cent packet is enough for an ordinary
occasion. The family bottle, sixty cents, contains
a supply for a year.
Big Furniture Store
While waiting for our now storo In tho Sachs' Building to be
completed, we havo moved temporarily Into tho FISHER BLOCK, op
posite LOVE BUILDING, where wo aro prcpa.ed to sell tho samo ex
cellent standard of furnlturo as wo have always mado It a point to
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