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Second Shipment of
New Spring Goods !
The Alameda lias brought us the daintiest anil newest effects In
pprlng materials, consisting of the very best productions of American
and European looms. Of some of tho goods wo havo a large stock,
whllo of others, though of great assortment, wo havo only a samplo
line. Remember that the early buyers are tho ones who havo (lie
largest variety to chooso from. The new arrivals Include
Handsome Wash Materials
White Goods and Fancy
Included are a few dress lengths of SATIN LIBERTIES and
TWILLED FOULARD SILKS. The designs arc artistic and the color
ings exceptionally beautiful. They will prove quick sellers.
Entirely New Assortment of
FANCY RIBBONS, VEILING, KID GLOVES and NECKWEAR.
This is a special line of tho latest novelties; no large quantities;
mostly a samplo line.
LACE and MUSLIN TIES; NEW 8ILK TIES, PROTECTION
EMBROIDERY COLLARETTES, NECK RUFF8 In solid white, solid1
black and combinations of black and white.
Our Easter Millinery Opening
has proved so successful that, considering this, and that our stock
has been greatly augmented by nnother shipment of millinery novel
ties arriving on tbo Alameda, wo will continue our reception nil of
X1LAUEA SUQAK MILL
HAS A BREAKDOWN
Seven and a Half Tods of Sugar to
the Acre at Koloa Mill
Ramaiina Returns After.
DRY GOODS COMPANY, Ltd.
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by paying $100 for a typewriter when you can get an up-to-date
strictly high grade machine-1-
The Wellington Visible Writer
for $60. This macblno Is a revolution in typewriters. One of
many endorsements given tho Wellington Typewriter Is as follows
"Wo make- tho statement positively
that they aro absolutely the best, ex
celling all others In simplicity, dura
bility and accuracy. Wo are using 76
of them in our Philadelphia and Now
York stores. They havo our unquali
(Signed) JOHN WANAMAKEn."
We have lust received a shipment of these typewriters and
will be pleased to glvo full particulars regarding same.
Theo. H. Davies & Co., Ltd.
The March number of the "Garden
Isle" of Hanamnulu, Kauai, is out.
The Japanese portion appears under
the nnme of "Kauai llyoion" which,
tianslated Into Kugllsh, means "Kau
ai Hcvlew." Among tho Hems of In
terest are the following:
Court term has opened again with i
large number of l'orto Klcan cases oj
The mill of the KUauea Sugnr Com
pany tins shut down for two or three
weoKs, owing to a btcakdown of ono
of the tollers.
Wnlmea people seem to bo deter
mined that the next Legislature shall
mako that great and houilshlng city
tho county seat of Kauai.
Tho Koloa Sugnr Company has Just
taken off n crop from 22U acres of now
land in Mahaulenu, which yielded T,4
tons of sugar to the acre.
Two new soda companies will start
up soon, one with headquarters In Kl
lauca; and the other with headquar
ters In Anahola, expects to start In a
couple of weeks.
Mr. Albert Clark, an old resident oi
the Islands, has been visiting his for
mcr schoolmates, W. II. Itlce and A. S.
Wilcox, after an absencu of thirty
two years from the Islands.
Col. Spalding returned 3aturday ta
Honolulu from his plantation at Kc
clla, wheic he has made all the neces
sary arrangements for shipping the
Kcalla sugar direct.
Four candidates havo already been
naturalized by Judge Hardy to Ameri
can citizenship. It Is expected that
over fifty new citizens will be modo nt
tho present term of court.
John L. HJorth and Miss M. I.. May
were quietly married on the 15th of
last month. They nre living at Hann
maulti, where Mr. HJorth Is plantation
The engagement of Mr. Prosser and
Miss Blanche Thatcher of Hopland,
Cal., bus been announced. It Is under
stood that their marrlge will take place
romc time In April at Miss Thatcher's
At different times during the past
week In Hnnamaulu ns well as Mhue.
Japanese have snld to have been held
up at night by Porto Itlcnt.s. If they
would only take tho trouble to make
their complaints to the police these at
fairs would be followed up.
Kauai pcoplo are much pleased over
Dr. Hutchinson's permanent location
on the Island. He Intends making LI-
lino his headquarters, where he will
have an elegantly fitted olUce at Rice's
hotel. A good resident dentist Is n
decided addition to the Island.
The Interest In good government tak
en on Kauai Is shown by the fact that
the llcnuolican Committeeman In Wnl
mea raised several hundred dollars In
a very short time out of which to pay
the expenses of naturalization of those
foreigners eligible to Ameriran citizen
ship who feel themselves unable to
beur the cost. The committeemen lu
Mhue ralseed six hundred dollars for :i
like purpose In one day.
Ohio Senator's Eloquent
MAIN COST OF YESSELS
Government Aid and - a Fostering
1 Maritime Policy Should Be Given
To American Built
REARRANGES HIS OFFICE
PER S, S. "ALAMEDA"
New Line Golf Shirts
very latest In the market.
SILK AND GRAPE SHIRTS, PONGEE
SILK FOR SUITS, direct from the Orient,
o BIG LINE OF KIMONAS, - -
Robinson Block, Hotel Street.
, I l II I I I.IM
General Merchandise, Dty Goods, Groceries.
.Japanese Provisions, etc.
MAGOON BLOCK, MERCHANT STREET.
E3 . 0- IB02C 886 ZLVEata. 2IB
p. o. Bos ns.
THE OLDEST CHu SE FIRM IN HONOLULU.
0t. la FIm Sllki GftM Lhrai. CblMM 4 Jipio.ii Ooo4 of All Kbit
to-tt Nqoanu itr1
At the stpre of Goo Kim, 1116 Nuuanu street. Tho finest of OrlerV
al bilks and linens, consisting of dress goods and embroidered handker
chiefs 32 Inches square and tnblo covers 36 and 41 Inches square. Ladles
and gentlemen's furnUhlng goods and underwear; duck suits, hath robes;
icmnanu of grass linen, figured silks and other goods.
GOO KIM, 1116 Nuuanu Street
Bulletin 75c. per month.
AT AIMED 111
There was a very enjoyable masquer
ade ball at the home of Mr. and Mrs
Mnrston Campbell last night. Tho
whole interior of the house was -brilliantly
lighted with electric lights
while on the Iannis there was the soft
glow of Chinese lanterns. A quintet
club of native singers played and sang
during the early part of the evening
and when dnnclng was announced the
boys furnished the music for that pas
time. The costumes at the dance were tho
most unique seen at an occasion of tho
kind In Honolulu for a long time
There were In all about bitty people
present at the ball.
A1IOWBRA COMBS AND GOES.
The Canadian-Australian steamship
Mlowcra, Captain Hemming, arrived In
port yesterday afternoon at 1 o'clock
from Vancouver and Victoria, docking
at tho raclllc Mall wharf. Bho left
Vancouver at 2:15 p. m. on the 7th
Inst, and arrived at Victoria the saiu-)
day at 8:40 p. m. At 10:E5 p, m. uhi
sailed for Honolulu, experiencing fresh
to strong winds from the west until
the Uth, thence south to cnat and
southeast winds until arrival. Th
Aorangl, bound north, was passed at
1:45 a. m. on the 14th. Passengers foe
Honolulu were the Misses Burnett
Mesdames Oregg, Burnett, Clark, Uax
ter and Newman, Messrs, Cook, Mayall,
Burnett, Oregg, Baxter (2). Newman,
O'Connor, Boulton and Hawthorne
Forty passengers aro bound through
The Mlowera sailed for Suva and Brls
bane last evening ,
Alden Electric "Belt'
pensory Is guaranteed
all the curative proper
ties of Hit espenilve belts now sold by
do.tors and druggists. It gives a very
strong current ot electricity ana is eauy
regulated. Hound to supersede others. Can
be had from the undersigned only; no
agents; no discount. Circular free. Address
nierce Electric Co . 206 Post St.. Sn
FrauKco. Sent free to Hawaii for $3.00
Washington, March 6. A notnble
speech was made in the Senate today
by Hanna of Ohio on tho pending rhlp
plng bill, which ho discussed from tho
point of an American business man.
His arguments were carefully prepar
ed, Ho was always forceful and earn
est nnd at times became eloquent. He
commanded the undivided attention of
tho Senate and ot tho galleries and
w.icn ho closed ho received congratu
lations from many of his colleagues.
Hanna's remarks were principally
In answer to Clay's speech of yester
day. Ho said that when Clay quoted
from Hrye's remarks that all there
was in this question which required
explanation was embraced In tho one
question of labor, ho was correct.
"1 stand by that proposition, but I
go further. Tho oro in tho ground Is
wor.u 25 cents a ton. After It was
touched by the hand of man It was
labor. Nlnoty-flvo per cent of tho
cost of a ship built In American ship
yards or In uny shipyard Is purely la
bor. Tho cost of the construction of
a ship in tho United States as ngalnst
that In cither England, Qermany or
Franco simply measuics thq differ
ence of wages and tho efficiency of
Hanna then declared that the mer
chant marine was tuo only Industry In
1. 10 United States which had not re
ceived tho fostering enro of this Gov
Will anybody deny." said he, "the
Importance-Mho absolute necessity
of having an auxiliary for our navy
In tho form of a merchant marine.
shaped upon tho direction of tho Navy
Department and In time of war abso
lutely In tho hands and under tho con
trol of the President of the United
Stntes to uso It In the most effective
An Important National Question.
Senator Hanna said that If tho
United States failed to profit by tho
experience of tho older countries of
Europe, who have adopted a policy In
referenco to maritime matters, It
would mnko n most serious mistake.
Every merchant ship constructed In
foreign countries wns meant to be a
ship ot war In time ot need, Hanna
cited the feeling ot uneasiness along
tho Atlantic coast at tho beginning of
hostilities with Spain and the relief
which wns experienced when tho four
steamers of tho American lino wero
called on by tho Secretary of tho Navy
under tho conditions of tho law passed
by Congress to perform picket ser
vice. Ho Insisted that It wns as Im
portant a national question as an eco
nomic policy to carry with tho ex
pendlturo for building up tho navy, the
expenditure for an auxiliary navy and
There is something more In this
transportation question than merely
carrying mall matter; there Is more In
It than dollars nnd cents. He would
like It, he said, to bo discussed nbovo
party considerations, because every
ono felt a like prldo In our country's
ndvanco and development, and what
ever Is best for tho Interests and safe
ty and tho perpotutty ot our Institu
tions Is best for all of us.
Tillman Interrupted to ask for Infor
mation in regard to tho reports that
the Morgan Byndlcato ad bought two
or three ot tho European lines of
You must ask somebody who
knows," replied Hanna. "I do not
know anything about It."
It was only reported you know.
suggested Tillman, "and I thought that
the Senator, being in touch with that
class of people "
Why docs the Senator say I am In
touch with them?" Interjected Hanna.
Tlllmnn: "The Senator is a man en
gaged In Bblpplng, Is ho not?"
"On tho Great Lakes, jes," respond
ed Hanna, "but why does tho Scnntor
OBsumo that I know what Morgan has
"I thought the Senator and Morgan
wero friends," replied Tillman. .
Philippines the Key to the Orient.
"I know nothing about tho purchase
of the I.eyland line by J. P. Morgan ii
Co.," Bald Hunnn, "any more thnn tho
Senator does. That Is simply .the In
vestment of American capital. Under
the provisions of this bill not a single
ono of these vessels ever will come
under an American register or an
American flag. Capital seeks only In
vestment from which It can get re
turns." 11 that be true," Inquired Tillman,
"why dl dtho German Emperor not go
to England to get hi yacht built, in
stead of coming to this country?"
Hanna said there wero somo things
ho could not answer, but ho thought
I'rlnce Henry was glad the Emperor
did not do It. "Perhaps the Senator
has not heard of the success and pres
tige of America In tho yachting lino,"
suggested Hanna, amid laughter. The
German Emperor, he said, wanted tho
best yacht made and therefore he
Tillman wanted to know what kind
of yacht It was and Depow described
It as a Balling racing machine of the
samo typo ns beat tho two Shamrocks.
Hanna declared that not an Ameri
can shipyard bad a contract for anoth
er merchant vessel after tho nlno or
ten vessels now under contract wero
Everybody knows, continued Hanna,
that tho United States Is now engag
ed In a hnnd to-hand contest with for
eign nations to securo tho commcrco
of the Orient, and that tho United
Stntea had been foremost and stead
fast In ItH policy to secure tho markets
of China and hold them aB an open
door. Tho Philippine archipelago was
Privacy for Head of Department
And Increased Convenience
For Clerks and
James II. Boyd, Superintendent of
Public Works, has made considerable
changes In his office fixtures nnd ar
rangements. What used to be one open
space, between the public entrance to
the Superintendent's onn office anil
the window opposite, Is now divided
with a screen behind which Is his desk
Herd tho Superintendent may have
somo degrc of privacy for his work
and consultations . The outer space
toward tho door Is furnished with a
large Hat desk and chairs, where call
era may await their turn for Interviews
and maps, plans, etc., may be displayed
conveniently for referenco
Changes have also been made In
tho office ot the clerks, situated beyond
a bank screen partition from the Super
intendent's apartment, which give the
clerical staff more room than before. A
part of the counter close by the public
wickets has been cut out and the space
gained put to the good of desk room
The alterations glc a decidedly en
hanced business aspect to tho Pub
lic Works ofllco, which occupies what
wph originally the state banqueting
hall of Iolanl Palace.
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Just like an ordinary Incandcs cent lamp, but it really Is a little lamp V
within a largo one. A slight turn of tho globo changes the light A
from large to small. You ca n uso It In place or your regular elec
tric lamp. It Is called tho
Saves five-sixths of tho current, when burning low. Wo will
supply them to you at 7Gc each. Call or telephone MAIN 390.
: HAWAIIAN ELECTRIC GO,, Ltd.
KINO STREET, NEAR ALAKEA.
tho key to the Orient, snld he, and
when It had become a naval station,
surrounded by alt the protection that
n maritime fleet would need, It would
become a lnctor In our commercial
conditions In the Orient. Hnnna then'
said It wns the purpose of the bill un
der the postal system to establish a
lino on the Atlantic coast of South
How England Gained Her Supremacy.
England had gained her supremacy
in the markets of tho world by pursu
Ing the policy of establishing direct
"Personal contact." he said, "Is
what brings results and Englnnd, Ger
many nnd France nic now cnergetl
cally at work to put In the connecting
link between tho Pacific and tho
Ho spoke of the benefit that the pas
sago of the bill would urlng as n re
sult of increased trade with South
Amrelcan countries, salng that tradn
now went by way of Liverpool and
Hamburg In foreign ships nnd thence
was transhipped to South American
ships. By carrying American goods In
Amerlcnn ships there would be an In
crease of American trade.
In closing Hanna again adverted to
the question of the cost of labor, main
taining that wages In this country nv
uraged 50 per cent higher than In Eu
1 he cost of ships built in tho United
States was from 25 per cent to 30 per
cent higher than those built In
Great Britain, difference In price of
Irthor linking the difference in cost.
The dlffeience in tho cost of operating
American nnd foreign ships was
about 27 per cent, the higher tnte.i
being paid on Ameriran vessels. He
urged that the pending measure be
enacted Into law as the one way to
(lemimitiate to tho satisfaction of all
that it would be beneficent In Its oper
Early In tho session Frye. In chargtf
of tending shipping bill, obtained an
ugrccment that the Senate should
vote mi the measure nnd all pending
amendments at 3 p. m. Monday, March
17. the time being entirely satisfactory
to tho"e opposed to the bill.
All sizes In quarter-sawed oak nnd beautifully finished.
Large stock of
Extension Dining Tables.
Axminster and Smyrna Rugs.
Tapestry and Chenille Portieres.
Folding chairs to let for any occasion, and tho very best uphols
tering done. Elegant lino of furuliuro in nil departments.
PORTER FURNITURE CO., LTD.
Flaltcr Block, opp. Love Bid.. Port Street.
A .', .
A room papered with our new 1902
with a handsome border paper to match will Improve the appear
nncc of any room In your house.
RFT A I ?Q BERETANIA ST., NEXT TO
Ll-4.n.LA O CORNER OF EMMA. :
C. J. DAY & CO.
132 Ring St., neit to Bulletin Office.
Following is the program which has
been arranged for tho big McKlnley
memorial fund concert In the Opera
House on Monday night:
1. Cowcn Ilrldal Chorus (Rose
Tho Philharmonic Club,
2. Verdi Ah Forsc c Lui Che L'An-
Imn (I.n Travlata).
3. n Chnmlnade Invnno.
b. Goring ThomasWinds In the
c. Stephen Adams Tho Holy
City. (Ily request).
(Organ and plauo accompaniment.)
7. Ilosslnl infiammatus.
The Philharmonic Club.
Solo Mme. Illshop.
f. Ovlde Musln Caprice do Con
cert Violin Solo.
Miss Iola Harber.
9. Gounod Ave Marin.
(Obllgato by Miss Iola Harber.)
4. Wagner-l)rnf.sln "Magic Fire"
(from the Walkyre).
Miss Carrlo Castle.
B. Wagner "Elsu's Dream" (Lohen
grin). Mme. Illshop.
0, Haydn Aria "On Mighty Pens"
(From Oratorio of "The Crea
tion") Mme. Illshop,
HHo, March 14. Tho local commit
teemen, Messrs. Walker, Estep and
Rtdgway hae unanimously endorsed
F. 11. McStocker to represent this dis
trict on tho Territorial Republican
Executlo Committee. Mr. McStocker
goes to Honolulu by today's Klnau on
other business, but will take tho en
dorsements and present them In person
to the Honolulu committee.
Hawaiian Engineering and Construction Co.
ROOMS 508, 509, 510 STANGENWALD BUILDING.
P. O. BOX 834. TEL. MAIN ;c
All classes of Engineering Work solicited; Examinations, Surreys and R
ports made for any class ot Waterworks, Steam and Electric Coxutnictioa;
Plant and Specifications and Estimates Prepared, and Construction 8aperii
'.ended, In all branches ot Engineering Work; Contracts solicited for Rail
oadt. Electric and Steam; Tunnels, Bridges, Buildings, Highways, Founia--lons.
Piers, Wharves, etc
Special attention given to Examinations, Valuation!, and Reports M
Properties for Investment purposes.
FREDERICK J. AMWEO, M. AM. 80c C. .,
Engineer and Manager.
W. R. CASTLE JR., Secretary and Treasurer.
WELL WORDED WANTS IN
Motor Carriage and Machine
REPAIR AND BUILD
ALL KINDS OF : :
Sato Work of All Kinds.
Etc., Etc., Repaired.
UNION STREET, near Hotel.
Phone Dlua 721. P. O. box 112.
J. W. 8CHOENINQ, Manager.
Waialua Beach Hotel
A, WENIO, Manager,
Now Open for Dullness. Fin
est of Accommodation, Finest
of Bathing. De 8ure to Get
Off at Waialua Station.
RATES $2.50 per day;
Special Rates by Week or
For further Information ad
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STANDARD QAS LAMP CO.,
118-120 Michigan Stroot, Chicago.
larcrat unit nm. of lliw ulilrit Mtalillfltrd
nutuuritctitrrt uf g-ullu4 Uuijm ot atl U-K-rlpttuni.
Fred. L. Waldron
P. O. Box S53; TeJ Iilue 791; Room
3, Sprockets Building.
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