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EVENING DULLETIN. HONOLULU, It.
SATURDAY. MARCH 8, 1902.
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And with licr arrival tho Alameda lias brought us a wonderfully beau
tiful nnd complete line of tho moU exquisite
Our storo now presents on appearance of both gorgeous and doll
ca'o materials that will malo exceedingly handsome dresses. Come
early, for remember the first comers aro the ones who have the first
selection. Below wo mention some of the now fabrics:
Satin Striped Mull
New pretty patterns In light
blues, sea foam and pinks.
New Persian effects, very dain
ty colorings and novel patterns.
Applique effects, latest designs,
colors light blue with black,
pink with black and gray with
Grass Linen and Batistes
In pretty linen effects.
Lawns and Muslins
In fancy stripes and figures; all
the veiy latest.
New Spring White Goods
Ours are the prettiest white Loods ever brought to tho Islands.
Mie patterns aro novel and beautiful. This stock Is an entirely new
Importation and consists of a complete assortment In all lines.
Ilouf Annllnna Trlmmlnrrp Hour Qtanb MfauaH I nna
lien nppiiuuB iiiiiimiugoj nun maim iiuisu lquci
Arabian aces, Etc., Etc.
N. S. SACHS1 DRY
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
tor $60. This machine is a revolution In typewriters. One of
many endorsements given the Wellington Typewriter Is as follows
"We make the statement positively
that they are absolutely tho best, ex
celling all othors In simplicity, dura
bility and accuracy. Wo are using 76
of them In our Philadelphia and Now
York stores. They have our unquali
(Slgued) JOHN WANAMAKER."
We have lust recelveiUa shipment of these typewriters and
will be pleased to give full particulars regarding same.
Theo. H. Davies & Co., Ltd.
PER S. S,
Robinson Block, Hotel Street.
General Merchandise. Dty Goods, Groceries.
.Japanese Provisions, etc.
j . O- 302C 880J
RETIRING FROM BUSINESS
commencing March 1, 1902, I will sell nil tho i-tock In my Btoro
Regardless of Cost
This Is the rpportunlty of a lifetime lo obtain great bargains in every
GOO KIM, 1116 Nuuanu Street
P. O BOI Mj Til. it.
THE OLDEST Cltu E FIRM IN HONOLULU.
D.ilin la Flo Silk "1 Grin lln.tn. ChlotM ant JtptotM doo4t ol All Klala.
.tft-.t Nun.ntt ttft
Silk Mixed Tissue
Tho very newest deigns, ex
quisite colorings, blue, pink, sea
foam and light tan.
Grass Linen Tissue
Very sheer, linen color; will
niako tip prettily.
Silk Mixed Tissue'
Solid colors, soft material. In
cream, black and dovo color.
An unusualy flno assortment of
.latest designs and elegant com
bination of fancy stripes, solid
color stripes and polka dots In
GOODS CO., Ltd
In the market.
SILK AND CRAPE SHIRTS. PONGEE
SILK FOR SUITS, direct from the Orient,
BIG LINE OF KIMONAS. - -
, v-a.lfcL, 2ify
SYNDICATE BACKERS GET
BIG RETURN FOR MONEY
Morgan Pockets $2,000,000 Which
Represents 100 Percent Dividend
Common and Preferred
Now York, Feb. 19. J. V. Morgan
& Co. have mailed checks aggregating
$10,000,000 to the Byndlcato which
floated the United States Steel Cor
poration. This Is C per cent on the
$200,000,000 subscribed by tho syndi
cate to carry out the financial opera
tions incident to the dotation of tho
As only $23,000,000 was ever called
for by Sir. Morgan to carry out the
ileal, the dividend yesterday Is actual
ly 40 per cent on the amount of money
advanced by the bankers to J. P. Mor
gan & Co. Tho letters' share In yes
terday's dividend was 20 per cent, or
$2,000,000. so up to this time Mr. Mor
gan has cleared about 100 per cent on
tho money subscribed by his Arm to
Nearly every prominent oanuing
house In the United States wan a
Use lu UlU LHllfU oiuil-a nan a
mber of tho syndicate. Nearly ev-v
' city In the country bad a ropre-
cry city In the country liau a ropre-
scntatlve In It. The subscriptions
were therefore comparatively small.
They ranged, as a rule, from $200,000
J. P. Morgan & Co. aro said to have
subscribed about $2,000,000, and simi
lar subscriptions were made by John
V. Rockefeller. John W. Gates. Isaac
I.. L. Wood, William Rockefeller, the
First National Dank. ..ie Mutual i.lfc
Company, tho Cqultablo Life Assur
ance Society, the Now York Ufo In
surance Company, and tho Hani; of
Tho total profits aro said to have
been $81,198,330. or about 40 per cent
of the original subscription, but from
000,000 which was returned to the syn'-!ono
tn.s will have to bo deducted tho $2j,
fiicaie anil J.uuu.uuu tor genera, ux-
penses. Tho actum net proms, tiicro-
fore, aro said to bo $50,198,410.
Tho syndicate retained 049.987
shares of common Block ffnil tho same
amount of preferred stock, which It
Bold nt an average or 90 for tho prefer
red and 40 for the common. J. P. Mor
gan's whole profit Is 20 per cent of
$56,000,000, or $ll.239.GC8.
J. P. Morgan & Co. are discussing a
plan to fund the $550,000,000 ot pre-
ferred stock In tho United States Steel
Company Into an Isstto of 5 per cent
second mortago bonds. Hankers
think that most of tho stockholders
wotittl surrender their 7 per cent stock
In return for the 5 per cent bonds, be
raiiBo of tho greater Bccurlty which
would bo afforded their Investment.
Tho reduction of the dividends from
7 to 5 per cent on the preferred ntock
would sae the United states Steel
Corporation $11,000,000 annually.
which would make available a suffi
cient amount to Increaso tho dividends
on the common stock to G per cent.
This would make tho latter a much
higher grado security than It Is at
Deputy Sheriff Cltllllnguorth and
Captain Parker havo each picked a
team from the police force which will
have a shooting match today at 2
o'clock at the Iwllel butts. The prize
win ue a Keg oi ucer. i tie icams win
be as follows:
C, F. Chllllngworth Kttgene Devatt-
chelle, Itobert Parker Jr., Lieut. Les-
He, G. Gumpher, J. Kuplhea, Stephen
Parker. H. Van Gelscn. N. T. Ncllson
and J. McConnlck.
, rrnntnln PnrWpr Pnntnln k'nni.
Geo. Hubble. P. Kan... Lieut. Gardner,
J, Thomas, J. S. Kalaklela. J. Kapu
hlwa, E. Kawalaca and C. Mills.
Tho Massachusetts Legislature Is to
be asked to appropriate $25,000 for
the erection of an equestrian or mili
tary statue of General llenjamln F
Ilutler. to bo placed In the State House
grounds at Boston, A bill to appro-
prlato $50,000 for uio same purposo
waa defeated several years ago.
C Jj4:;fOr 0 CtS closer touch with each other to "elr,VBVPV
Jv Lndlos' WATCH-Cpnta' mutual advantage nnd materially assist Aw W W
A-.:i-? We Mean What We Say X tour . .. .Y T ATW PM
te-Qtt&CholMOiSoH'lSllver.U-oldPlatc , "' "is "lu l'i-'" u.....c..vu .- HsaiWHvr "F'M
tgffSvftYCtorSilverorc. NrmortiiitMiickeu. glons of the South Into hives of Indus- HSVjOT W ft L2SHi
mSSSSSSSSSS try.-New York Commercial. BJHPH
& alt and atntl a n Koinrnlr a h UBRH HV
i;rttrriofioilmatMj.crrT. vrjieatc,ncj. Eend tne Weekly edition of the Bui- atgJaf-
Aetna B., O B..38.A.r,..HI..f Car.Ha. U S a . yQU. frtt Qny $, a y(jr KflteBflH 1
I Henry H. Williams I
1 THE PR0GRE8SIVC UNDERTAKER
OP i HONOLULU i WITH I THE
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00D Ak LANE BROS. 14
EMBALMING Sjl mj onuments & I
a specialty... y JHead Stones 1
I The very latest methods Sffii Remember there Is no other I
I employed In caring f.r the gfS MR. WILLIAMS connected
I dead. A lull stock, of the bevt IP with this establishment ; so I
and up-to-date undertaking ,C!ilJilS make no n,ore mistakes. I
M goods ani paraphernalia. I -?-MiP--
1 Office, 1110 and 1148 Fort St., Love Building. 1 I I
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n rilOnCt maill U. IC31UCIUC Ji I utl Jl.( liuv limyoiu. 1 hums mm .h&iil w-h, llimi. wiii m
A prominent Montreal cl.rcjmin, the Her, Jmt
It Dimn, Rector SL JnilM and Hon. Canon of
Chrlit Chi.rch CVthfriral, wrltea : "fermll mo to
rend yim 'w M"" t ttronitlr recommend
pERMr 1)ATI' l'AtK-KlLLIR. I hate tUed It With
eat .faction tor tlilrty-flve yttin. It It prepara
tion vihlcti dererrc. full public confidence."
n a a nre cnr of
Pain-Ki Br ssl?-'0'1.
, Cramps, Ac.
I Two Sliet, lie. and toe.
Yn r" l only on I'aln-Klllar, Porry Davis.'
Chicago, Feb. 19. Governor
George K. Nash of Ohio, yester-
day declared Senator Ilnnna out
of the Presidential race and said
that Ohtonns with practical
f unanimity looked forward to the
renomlnntlon of President Hoosc-
"Neither politicians generally."
f said Governor Nash, "nor Senator
Hanna himself, bo fnr as I am
-f an are, arc considering as among
the probabilities, or even nossl-
bllltlcs, his running against
-r uiinii-o, lilts luimiiir, uftuiti,, i
President Itooscvolt for the next
Ucpubllcan nomlnatlou. How- t
Ucpubllcan nomlnatlou. How t
. ever. no one can tell. what will
jC jile developments of the next 4
. ., rc .. .. -
i. .. .. .
f ucriatn 11 is inai senator nan- t
f na is much stronger yes, ten
times stronger with the people
f than he was when he wns elected
Senator, In 1897."
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THE FAMIuY FRIEND.
No remedy has as good a right to
that tlt'o as Klckapoo Indian Oil. It
Is good for Internal and external ubo;
It Is pain's most powerful panacea. No
Mn ' won't" have nouralgla.
iireuiuuMu, vu,vuu ; um,
acute pain, but everyone who has a
bottle of JCIckanoo Indian Oil In the
house can say with confidence "1
won't" havo neuralgia or any other
pain long. Tho power of this oil over
pain Is marvelous. Toothache car
actio, headache, neuralgia and rheuma
tic pains, dysentery, dlrrahoea, choleru
morbus, co 1c, cramps, and all acute
Pft,ns y'1(l Instantly to It. You are al
ways proof against pain with a bottle
In tho house Hobron Drug Co.,
agents for Klckapoo Indian Remedies
Tllll WOMAN WHO DAKDU.
- I-alrd & Lee of Chicago havo added
another to the long list of fascinating
stories from tho ever popular pen ot
Lawrence L. Lynch: "Tne Woman
This time the author takes us to
Cheyenne, Wyoming, In tho years
when that city was at tho worst ot Its
woolly period. The turbulent crown
of miners, cowboys and bitshmen gen
erally, and their crafty leaders who
Know so well how to lure tho Hard
earned dollars out of tho pockets ot
tho honest and unsophisticated rough
pioneers ot civilization, are vividly de
pleted bo vividly that wo :annot help
loving somo or them, Ilkn Pony Jack,
whllo others rouse our hatred or con-
ten,,)t, Tho nerolno fllnla nn nlmo8t
impossible task, holding her uwn
, against secret nnd open enemies, as
well as against well-meaning, awkwarn
It lends, until nt tho crisis when all
seems lost, watchful lovo Baves tho
day. Thrilling scenes behind tho foot
i lights nnd at tho race track, in n bar-
room and In a surging, yelling mob,
JP " ' L",f!
volume of 470 pageB Is fully Illustrated.
I (Paper cover, lithographed In Ave
colors, 25 cents; cloth edition, stamp
ed in gold and ink, 75 cents.)
i This constant exploitation of South
ern business news cannot fall to be ot
rcat bcnefl.t t0 thnt ..scc.ll(m ' ,h?
". " tunii'"".u.H.jr ucucuu
lo capiiansiH nun iiivcaiurs
sections who nro seeking opportuni
ties for investment. It will bring the
business men of both sections Into
closer touch with each other to their
mutual advantage nnd materially assist
In turning the present undeveloped le
gion's ot the South Into hives of Indus
try, New York Commercial.
'S SHE I II
TELLS STORY OF HIS
TALK WITU MR. WU
Chinese Minister Got Very Angry
And Wa3 Very Evasive Doesn't
Know What Tong
New York, Feb. 27. Former Mayor
Phclan of San Francisco, before sail
ing for Europe, told the story of his
encounter at the Waldorf-Astoria with
Wit Ting Fang, the Chinese Minister.
"I was Introduced to Wit Ting Fang,
Chinese Minister. In the lobby of thi
Waldorf-Astoria," said Mr. Phelan,
"and an animated, dlsttrsslon o uh
Chinese question Immediately follow
ed, attracting a crowd. I raid the ob
f I Jcct of the bill before Congress was U
f I exclude Chinese coolies; the Minister
a- Mill that e did not know what
f 'coolies' meant, for coolies were those
-f who carried baskets on their shoulders.
I explained to him that In America
l 'coolie' meant tTic Chinese laborer ot
cicry sort. He then said the Chinese
-f ' laborer was needed In the South. Ho
4 nas told that the Chinese did not nsl-
a ' mtlfltA tin nabnil Klnmlli t ilnn'r 1in
assimilate" what does It
mean: i mm mm mo hr-uiiiiik.il u-
slmllate.' and he said that the Chinese
did not have n choncc to assimilate. l
onsucrcd that It was about time they
began, for they wcro thirty-five years
In California In large numbers. I told
him further that they were not a vol
untary emigration, but were brought
here under contracts. This he admit
ted In p.trt. I told him that they be
longed to tongs and were controlled
Uicre they were here. He said 'What
Is a tong?" Ho was very evasive, and
finally made a plea for the admission
of educated Chinese, bankers and mer
chants. I replied that to these there
was no objection. He then laid his
general denunciation of the exclusion
policy and Bald China would retaliate
by excluding Americans. I retorted
that the Americans, representing
Western civilization, bad something
valuablo to give China, and asked it ho
did not appreciate the diplomatic- ser
lcc of the United States In tho recent
Chinese trouble. Ho wound up by
wishing that I was as good a man as
Uncle George Dromley."
RUSSIAN SUGAR LABOR
The International Sugar Journa-
l prints the following report from Itus
l sla- "in the Russian sugar Indtistr)
93,300 work people are employed In 203
sugar mills, working only moist sugar
and In 35 sugar refineries connected
with these mills and refining the sugar
manufactured In them. Other, 10,400
workers are employed In 23 retinitis
works that are dependent on bought
moUt sugar. The uages of the men In
both kinds ot establishments were. In
1S98. 37b monthly a little higher, thnt
Is, than tho n crane paid for men's
work generally. On the other hand,
the labor of the women, who number
12.2 per cent of the cmplojes, was paid
at a lower rate than the- general aver
age ; indeed, it was paid at tho same
rate (17s monthly) as the work of tho
'minors,' who, In that year, constituted
2.1 per cent of the bunds In the sugar
mills. According to an established
custom, nearly a fourth of the hands In
tho Btignr works (22.7 per cent) ire fed
at tho master's cost, this, of course,
makes a difference In tho money wages
paid. In 189S the deduction In the case
of men wns 41.5 per cent, in that of
women 29 per tent."
Admiral Jackson, superintendent of
tho Devonport dockynrd. announces
that Queen Alexandra will name the
new first-class battleship the Queen
when It Is launched, on tho afternoon
of March 8.
Moses Chamberlain of Milton, Pa.,
now 90 years old. Is a brother of a
man who wns fatally wounded In the
Hattle of Gemtantown, between tho
Continental forces and the British
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factory power they havo ever used. Electricity is economical, re
liable, so convenient that tho motor can bo moved to where the
work Is done, bo cleanly that It can bo used oven where the 'fix
tures arc elegant, and It has no odur. Used for all kinds of machin
ery, from running tho coffee mill at the Kona Coffco Store to hoisting
heavy masonry on tho Young building and operating numerous elo
vatots. Call and see us or write for Information.
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' KINO STREET, NEAR ALAKEA.
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They have accomplished wonders, and their timely
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the many little ills that beset mankind. They go
straight to the seat of the trouble, relieve the dis
tress, cleanse and cure the affected parts, and give
the system a general toning up.
The five-cent packet is enough for an ordinary
occasion. The family bottle, sixty cents, contains
a supply for a year.
Big Furniture Store
Whllo watting for our new storo In tho Sachs' Dulldlng to bo
completed, wo have moved temporarily Into tho FISHER DLOCK, op
posite LOVE QUILDINO, where we aro prepaid to sell the same ex
cellent standard of furniture as wo havo always made It a point to
Our temporary quarters are very handsome and a visit from you
will bo welcome.
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