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vbnino bulletin, Honolulu, n .t-.tuesday, march is. idm.
M" CELEBRATED lX
WOULD YOU GUT YOUR
ELECTRIC LIGHT BILL ?
OFFICERS ELECTED AND
THE BY-LAWS ADOPTED
Wo can help you do It. Wo hnve a new Invention. It looks
Just llko an ordinary Incandescent Inmp, but It really Is i little lamp
within a largo one. A slight turn of tho globo changes tho light
from largo to small. You can use It In place of your regular elec
tric tamp. It Is called tho
Saves five-sixths of tho current, when burning low. Wo will
Biipply them to you at 75c each. Call or telephono MAIN 390.
Another Meeting To Be Held Saturday
Committees To Report At That
Time Address By
Second Shipment of
New Spring Goods !
The Alameda has brought us the daintiest and newest effects In
spring materials, consisting of tlio very best productions of American
and European 1 oms, Of some of the goods wo havo a largo stock,
Tthllo of others, though of great assortment, wo havo only a sample
line. Hemember that the early buyers nre tho ones who have tho
largest variety to chooso from. The new arrivals Includo
Handsome Wash Materials
White Goods and Fancy
Included aro a few dress lengths of SATIN LIBERTIES and
TWILLED FOULARD SILKS. The designs aro artistic and tho color
ings exceptionally beautiful. They will provo quick sellers.
Entirely New Assortment of
FANCY RIBBONS, VEILING, KID GLOVES and NECKWEAR.
This is a special lino of tho latest novelties; no large quantities;
mostly a sainplo line.
LACE and MUSLIN TIE8; NEW SILK TIES, PROTECTION
EMBROIDERY COLLARETTES, NECK RUFFS In solid white, solid
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 another shipment of millinery novel
ties arriving on tho Alameda, wo will continue our reception all of
DRY GOODS COMPANY, Ltd.
WHY THROW $40 AWAY
b A paying $100 for a typewriter when you can get an up-to-date
strjctly high grade machine
The Wellington Visible Writer
for $60. This machine Is a revolution In typewriters. One or.
many endorsements given the Wellington Typewriter it as follows
"We make the statement positively
that they ore absolutely tho best, ex
celling all others In simplicity, dura
bility and accuracy. Wo aro using 76
of them In our Philadelphia and New
York stores. They havo our unquali
.'(Signed) JOHN WANAMAKER."
We have Just received a shipment of these typewriters and
will be pleased to give full particulars regarding same.
Tlieo. H. Davies & Co., Ltd.
PER S, S. "ALAMEDA"
New Line Golf Shirts
very latest In the market.
SILK AND CRAPE SHIRTS, PONGEE
SILK FOR SUITS, direct from the Orient.
BIG LINE OF KIMONAS, - -
Robinson Block, Hotel Street.
General Merchandise. Di-y Goods, Groceries.
Japanese Provisions, etc
IIAQOON BLOQK, MERCHANT hTREET.
JP . O- DBos: 886 IMZaon.
P. O. BOS M.
7VI3XTC3r WO ODEEAJNT
N THE OLDEST CHuteE FIRM IN HONOLULU.
O....I1 la Fit. Silk tod OtiM Lloa. Chln.i. is Jiptn.M Good. l All Elili
to-ts Naatnu itrMl
Tho grntlcrs met again In the as
sembly room above Castle & Cooke's
yesterday afternoon for the purpose of
organizing tho Hawnllan Live Btock
Breeders' Association. Thcro have been
twenty-six names attached to the arti
cles of association. The first work was
the cholco of ofllcers, the election re
sulting ns follows: President, t). P. It.
Isenberg jvlco president, Eben Low;
secretary, A. F, Juild; treasurer, A. It.
Wood. Executive committed I.. I-. Mc-
Candless. A. W. Carter, W. 11. Corn-
well, Francis Gay and Julian Monsar
The by-laws of the association were
then adopted, There wero a very few
changes to these as originally Intro'
duced. UoforT) adjournment, nil tho
groundwork had been laid for the as
sociation. A special committee consist
Ine of W. 11. Cornwcll, E. P. Low nnd
Julian Monsarrat was appointed to at
tend to the matter of a herd book nnd
to report at a further meeting to bo
held next Saturday. It Is expected
that by this time the committee will
have n Bystem o'f registration ready to
present to the. society. There will also
be submitted at that time a complete
plan for affiliation with the Live Stock
Association ot the United States. Tho
names on the articles of association aro
as follows: Tho Hawaiian Agricul
tural Company, H. C. Searlcs, L. von
Tcmpsky. J. Monsarrat, E. Low, F. M.
Swanzy. Palmer and Frank Woods. M.
P. Itoblnson, W. M. dlrfard, A. W. Car
ter. W. C. Achl, A. Mason, llobert
Hind. J. M. Horner, A. F. Judd, Dr. J.
11. Itnymond, H. Waterhouse & Co.,
H. P. Baldwin, Samuel Parker, W. II.
Cornwell, Prince David. Knwananakoa,
II. M. von Holt, S. E. Damon, C. A.
Drown. A. Dowsett, L. L. McCandless.
George Campbell and Samuel Parker
At the meeting held In the forenoon,
E. P. Low of Puuwaawaa made tho fol
lowing address by way of giving those
present an Idea of the objects of tho
"It affords me great pleasure In find
ing my grazier friends responding to
the tall of a meeting for the purpose
of forming an association tor mutiint
benefits and Improvement of the cattle
nnd horse breeding Industry of thesi
Islands; toadjust grievances and dis
tensions now existing among the gra
ders; to discriminate all ill feel 1 1, g
now existing ngatnst our Interests; to
find nnd devise ways and means for de
veloping pasture lands, by planting
such grasses as may bo adapted to vnrl
ous locations, nnd to preserve or re
forest any lands that are not utterly
denuded by stock or Insects, replant
Ing such classes of trees as will be
beneficial, such ns thu klawc for low
lands and tho mamanc far uplands, or
other valuable trees.
Worth With Suaar Men.
The rattle men should work In liar
mony with the sugar men, We aro
making u sad mistake, some of us, b)
running off with the Idea that the cat
tle must havo the mountain ranges be-
'cause, the lowlands aro exhausted. We
must find grasses for our lowlands
and savo our upper lands for the pres
ervation of all water sources and
Tho sugar planters nnd ranchers
havo been hostile to each other in land
matters, to champion all causes, uni
son In action must be adopted; we are
willing to donate our proportion ot
help, but It the sugar planters insist
that the ranchmen must do everything,
I nm of tho opinion that the latter will
not be tolerated, ns tho, planters will
uc mo nrst to suner,
Qood Secretary Necessary,
We are hero today for a good cause
and must form nnd make this a last
ing association, as we represent a
-great deal of property nnd money. We
must elect olTtccrs and appoint a good,
capable secretary, paying him well for
his services; select a man Hint will give
his whole, attention to he require
ments of the graziers, keep a complete
record of all meetings, books of record,
of pedigreed stock, Issue certificates tor
nil stock registered and to have In pos
cession such other books of Informa
tlon for the benefits of the association.
Statistics of the number of cattle,
horses, hogs, sheep, etc., should be
kept, together with the number ot cat
tle, hogs and sheep slaughtered on the
The cattle breeding of the Islands
has been neglected for the past twen
ty years, the butchering statistics
showing that the amount of cattle
killed In tho markets mark Inferiority,
in that out of the 18,000 head of cattle
killed annually on theso Islands, the
average dressed weight Is only 300
pounds, the average age of the cattle
being Ave years. Our cattle should
averago at least 400 pounds dressed
weight at an averago ago of three
years, at the lowest.
Qood Stock Needed.
Some of the graziers have kept their
herds' up by Importing bulls of very
high standard but the sumo Is not In
W . STOMACH ,
Tho blood Is tho source of strength.
If you nro weak you need a medicine
to tono up your stomach nnd make
plenty of rich red blood. Tho medi
cine to do this Is HostettT's Hitters.
It will not shock tho system and It
cures Indigestion, dyspepsia, heart
burn, helehlna and malaria, fever and
ague. A fair trial will convince you
of Its value.
HAWAIIAN ELECTRIC CO., Ltd.
KINO STREET, NEAR ALAKEA.
proportion to the room foi Improve
ment. Somo of our former graziers
have shown us some good bred slock
I raised here; wo therefore cannot say
that It Is not practicable as I have
heard somo remark. We have -nmple
runs and feed which aro not equalled
abroad for variety, so there Is no ex
cuse fur our not being able to pro
duce the required breeding stock here
to supply our demands, the same being
preferable for a good many reasons ns
Is well known to ou all.
Guard Against Disease.
We must keep a strict vlgllancp
against foreign diseases of all kinds.
It being our duty to assist the govern
ment towards Its suppression, for we
aro the' parties concerned Tubercu
losis In cattle is spreading very rapid
ly all over the Islands and we must
wnrd off and check Its spreading any
further. There Is a difference of opin
ion, however, ns to Its material dan
ger, but let us not take that lcw for It
Is divided. Horn files came Into our
midst only lately.and are doing a great
deal of damage. If-we are not care
ful other diseases will come In, such as
the Texas fever, mango, rinderpest,
ticks and other contagious diseases.
Wo Bhould seo that the quarantlno
regulations of foreign stock arriving
here, arc rigidly enforced and carried
Sccietary Wilson of the Department
of Agriculture at Washington, hns Is
sued a proclamation against the Impor
tation of cattlo and horses from the
Philippines, Australia and New Zea
land, on account of certain contagious
diseases now raging among the stock of
theso places. It will'be our aim there
fore to prevent thelf entry here.
There are a good many other mat
ters of Importance requiring discus
sion but we must first of all elect offi
cers, frame a constitution nnd by-laws
for an association which I leave to the
careful thought and consideration of
I have somo pamphlets relative to
tho different associations, reports, by
laws, etc., from different parts of tho
States. They will aid us in forming
our own, I hao n ery Interesting re
port for the year 1901 from the Nation
al I.he Stock Association of America,
which Is one of the largest associa
tions In America, representing n herd
of 10.000,000 head of cattle valued at
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, nnd tho very best uphols
tering done. Elegant line of furnlturo In all departments.
PORTER FURNITURE CO., LTD.
Fisher Block, opp. Lovo Did., Part Street.
loos a great deal towards
keeping up the appearance of
the room, but nothing else
brightens It up llko hew
Near EMMA. '
C. J. DAY & CO.
122 King St., next to Bulletin Office.
Hawaiian Engineering and Construction Co.
At the storo of Goo Kim, 1110 Nuuanu street. The finest of Orient
al silks nnd linens, consisting of dress goods and embroidered handker
chiefs 32 luetics square and tablo covors 36 and 41 Inches square. Ladles
nnd gentlemen's furnishing goods and underwear; duck suits, bath robes;
remnants of grass linen, figured silks and other goods.
G,00 KIM, 1116 Nuuanu Street
'.Bulletin 75c, per month.
WfisMfoM BELT fr
The Dr. ffi. Aldm Electric "Belt
(with sus- v&M pensory is Ruaranteed
to possess 'W al the curative rroner
ties of the espenslve belts now sold by
doctors and druggists. It gives a very
trong current of electricity anJlsenly
regulated. Bound to supersede others. Can
be had from the undersigned only: no
agents; no discount. Circular free. Address
Pierce Electric Co . 306 Post St.. Sin
Frai.iKco. Sent free to Hawaii for $0.00
The Ulshop ot Honolulu has received I
tho following letter from tho Presiding
Bishop's House, Providence, It. I..
February 24, 1902.
My Dear Lord Ulshop:! havo re
ceived your letter of the 12th Instant,
and also tho copy ot the official Journal
of the Diocesan Synod held In Decem
I wish very much that I might L
present In person when tho church In
Hawaii comes into union with the
American branch of the Anglican com
munlon, but I am nearly ninety years
old, and too feeble to undertuKO the
Our House of Ulshops meet lu coun
ell In Cincinnati. Ohio, In the month
of April, when any matters pcrtnlnlng
to the transfer will be considered and
So far as I am Informed, I fullv
approve ot the steps taken In the
transfer up to this date, and trust that
peace and harmony may attend all de
liberations relating to this matter, and
that the blessing of God may be with
tho Hawaiian church In all coming
It must bo In many respcrts a trial
to you to relinquish your duties theio,
but there Is a higher Hand which con
trols our destinies.
With my best wishes, I am affection
ately, your brother In Christ,
THOMAS M. CLATIK.
f Presiding Ulshop.
What a wonderful Discovery Is
PAIN-Ktllcr! It not only cures' the Ills
of the human family, but Is aUo tho
suro remedy for horses with colic. It
has never been known to fall In a cure
of tho worst cases: and for sprains.
galls, etc., it never falls try It once.
Directions accompany each bottle. Sold
by druggists generally. Avoid substi
tutes, thero Is but on Paln-Klllor, Per
Uonolnlu Iron Works.
Improved and modern SUOAU MA
CHINERY of every capacity and de
scription mado to order. Boiler work
nd ItrVETED PIPES for Irrigation
purposes a specialty. Particular atten
tion raid to JOB WOriK, and repairs
ixocuted at shortest notice.
ROOMS 508, 509,
r O. BOX 834.
510 STANGENWALD BUILDING.
TEL. MAIN 7f
All classes ot Engineering Work solicited; Examinations, Survey and R
jotU mado for any class ot Waterworks. Steam and Electric Construction;
Plans and Specifications and Estimates Prepared, and Constriction Superia
ended. In all branches of Engineering Work; Contracts solicited for IUU
oad. Electric and Bteaa; Tunnels, Bridges, Buildings, Highway, Founda
lon. Piers. Wharves, etc
Special attention given to Examinations, Valuations, and Report h
ropertIe for Investment purposes.
FREDERICK J. AilWEQ, M. AM. 80c O. .,
Engineer and Manager.
W. n. CASTLE JR., Secretary and Treasurer.
WELL WORDED WANTS IN
Motor Carriage and Machine
REPAIR AND BUILD
ALL KIND5 OP : :
Safe Work of All Kinds.
1 Etc, Etc., Repaired.
UNION 'STREET, near Hotel..
Phone Blue 721. P. O. box 112.
J. W. 8CHOENINQ, Manaaer.
Waialua Beach Hotel
A. WENNER, Manager.
Now Open for Business, fin
est of Accommodation. Finest
of OatTilnn. Be Sure to Get
Off at Waialua Station.
, RATES $2.50 per day;
Special Rates by Week or
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