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SUNDAY BULLETIN, HONOLULU, H. T. SUNDAY, MAtlCH 23, 1002.
Special sale of
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NO, 40 AT 20o PER YARD
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colors white, black, pink, blue, Leghorn, heliotrope, old rose, cardi
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COLORS Black, White, Pink, Blue, Leghorn, Heliotrope and
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alt bo sold by Tuesday, tho 25th. Come early Monday morning.
Spring's Newest Wash Materials
We quote prices this week which yott should cotnparo with tho
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4 Now patterns; whlto ground
with navy blue, pink, light bluo
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8 yards for $1,00
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33 Inches wide, splendid range
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25c per yard
ment of patterns
10 yards for $1,00
Full-width goods; latest de
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6 and 7 yards for $1,00
Flno lino, very sheer In black
nnd whlto only, largo and small
30c per -yard
Pin dotted and Embroidered;
strictly up to dato materials;
extra quality; pefect colorings;
low prices; black, white, cardi
nal, pink, light blue, linen color
30c per yard
WHITE GOODS IN GREAT VARIETY
Our assortment of these goods Is most elaborate and of the latest
stylish patterns. Prices that aid In making them an unusual Induce
ment. At 10 Cents a very fair quality In laco and lawn stripes. At
12 1-2 Cents checks, plaids end Btrlpes In handsomo assortment. At
IS Cents, fine Bncer goods, open work stripes and fancy checks. At
20 and 25 Cents superior qualities with large rango of patterns to se
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by paying J 100 for a typewriter when you can get an up-to-date
strictly high grade machine
The Wellington Visible Writer
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"Wo make the statement positively
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of them In our Philadelphia and New
York stores. They have our unquali
(Signed) JOHN WANAMAKER."
We have lust received a shipment ot these typewriters and
will be pleased to give full particulars regarding same.
Theo. H. Davies & Co., Ltd.
llll'S HOODOOSlGONDUGT Of III
NAME, CAT AND DATE
AGAINST WRECKED VESSEL
Black Feline Jumps Overboard From
Reporter Which Sails onFriday '
and Approaches Port on
San Francisco, March 14. The
trim three-masted Bchooner Reporter,
lumber-laden and six aaya from Grays
Harbor, went ashore yesterday morn
ing about 4 o'clock on the beach a
half-mllo below tho Villa Mlromar, or
a mllo below the CtlfWUouso. She Ilea
scarce a hundred yards out from low
tldo mark, her back broken nnd fast
digging her own gravo In tho sand
nlongsldo tho bones ot the King Phil
lip, whoso ribs still are seen, like
gravestones marking tho resting place
of that good ship.
The Reporter sailed from Grays
Harbor on Friday. An hour before
she hove anchor a black cat, tho pqt
of the crew, leaped overboard nnd
was drowned. Tho schooner nearcd
port on the 13th, and small wonder,
say the saltormcn, that sho took the
bit In her teeth and tried to mako
harbor overland. Even tho magic of
her name could not savo her from
such a combination of hoodoos.
"When tho cat saw tho crew making
ready to sail on Friday," says John
Pokanlg, tho cook, "tho poor thing
committed suicide. It was a black
cat, too. I'm only a cook they say
I'm not a sailor at all but I knowed
things looked bad. They were all talk
In' of our lino record run down, but
when last night they said we'd mako
port today, tho 13th, I said to mo pots,
said I, 'I'm sorry, my lads, you're a
good lot, but before mornln' you'ro
llko to be bangln' together on the
galley deck with fathoms of salt water
Towns in Asia Minor
Vienna, March 13. A dispatch to
the Ncno Frele Prcsso from Constan
tinople today announced that tho
town of Kyankari, northeast ot An
gora, In ABla Minor, was destroyed by
an carthouakc March 12. No details
ot the disaster have been received.
Kyankart had 20,000 Inhabitants.
Constantinople, March 13. Tho
town of Tchengerl, in tbo province of
Kastamounl, Asia Minor, was totally
destroyed by an earthquake March 8.
Four persons were killed and a hun
dred were Injured.
ON 11 Al SEA
Senate of United States
Ratifies the Hague
TELLER QUESTIONS THE
CAPTURE OF AGUINALD0
Senator Hoar Believes Adoption of
the Treaty Will Tend Toward
Elevating All Modern
Washington, Mar. 14. Tho Senate
Bpcnt on hour In executive session to
day on tho convention growing out of
The Hague peace conference relating
to the conduct of war on land an sea,
nnd finally ratified tho agreement
without a division. The discussion
turned directly on the conduct of tho
war In the Philippines and related es
pecially to General Funston's capture
of Agulnafdo. Senator Teller Inquired
whether, If this treaty had been In
force at the time, the method of Agul
nnldo's capture could liavo been Justi
fied. He quoted the provision of the
treaty relating to tho conduct of spies
and said that ho did not mean himself
to say that General Funston's courts
would have been regular, but merely
to secure the opinion of Senators who
had given attention to the treaty nnd
who were also familiar with the de
tails of Agulnaldo'a capture.
Senator Durton replied to the In
quiry, speaking cscpeclally for Gener
al Funston, and said that ho was sure
the proceedings on the general's part
had been not only humane, but that
they had been In accordance with tho
rules of civilized warfare. It was true,
he said, that General Funnton and his
force had acted somewhat In the cupa
city ot spies, but what they had done
had been In the line of honorable warfare.
Senator Hoar also spoke nt soma
length regarding this provision In tho
treaty. He referred to Agulnaldo's
capture and said that he believed the
adoption of the treaty would have n
tendency toward elevating the conduct
of modern warfare.
Some of the members ot the Com
mittee on Foreign Relations said re
cently that the ratification of this
treaty would place this country In ac
cord with the highest thought of tho
times, and expressed the hope that the
treaty would receive the unanimous
support of the Senate. Tlioao who
raised questions apropos ot the dis
cussion disclaimed any Intention to
prevent favorable action.
MdR. SIIARETTI WILL
CONFER WITH ROOT
War Department Awaits the Arnval
of Delegate from the Pope to
Learn Particulars of
Washington, Mar. 14. All communi
cations between the Vatican authori
ties and the Government regarding tho
friar question In tho Philippines liavo
been made Independently ot the apos
tolic delegation In this city. No In
structions or communications what
ever on tho subject liavo reached here
for Mgr. Sbarcttl, now en route from
Naples, nnd who, according to cable
dispatches, has been directed to pro
ceed hire nnd await Instructions from
Rome before going further Into the
The apostolic delegation here, ac
cording to authoritative Information,
has ncer been communicated with by
Rome on Cuban or Porto Mean mat
ters, except In one Instance. That was
when the Vatican wired the delegation
that "It had been determined to send
a high ecclesiastic who had the confi
dence ot tho Americans to take charge
of the affairs of the church In Cuba nnd
Porto Rico and possibly later In tlid
This announcement, which referred
to Mgr. Chapclle's appointment, did
not even mention his name. The ob
ject of this Bllenro Is not knowu,
though It la assumed to he based on a
desire to preclude nny allegation In
tho future that the delegation has ever
sought to Interfere In any manner
with this Government nnd Its policies.
Catholic authorities here are under
stood to have rcccUed assurances that
Mgr. Sbarcttl Is shortly expected at
the War Department to discuss the
friar questions, but no word has been
received by Cardinal Marlnelll regard
ing Mgr. Sbarcttl, and nothing Is
known as to what duties hae been or
will bo entrusted to htm.
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.
BIG LINE OF KIMONAS, -
Robinson Block. Hotel Street.
General Merchandise. Dry Goods, Groceries.
Big Boston Strike
Has Been Broken
Iloston, March 13. Through tho
united efforts ot representatives of
tho great mercantile bodies of tho
city, seconded by tho chief executives
of the city In confereneo with tho rec
ognized leaders of organized labor, tin
great Btrlko of freight handlers and
kindred trades represented In tho
Allied Freight Transportation Council
was broken tonight. Fully 20,000 men,
who have been idle for four days, will
go to work In the morning.
This result was attained at a con
ference this evening at tho oftlco ol
Governor Crane. The decision was at
once reported to tho Allied Freight
Transportation Council at a special
meeting tonight and unanimously en
EDWARD ABANDONS HIS
INTENDED TRIP TO ERIN
Lord Lieutenant of Ireland Says After
Full Consideration That the
Present Time Is Not
.Japanese Provisions, etc.
MAGOON BLOCK, MEROHANT UTREET.
E1 . 0- ZBosc 886 DrvEsuln. 210
P. O. Box WJ.
THH OLDEST CHu'BB FIRM IN HONOLULU.
Dl4t la Flu Silks to! OriM IImdi. ChlotM iod Jvitm Oooli ot All Klali
m-i Nuainil trt
To Talk to Henry
Derlln. March 13. Emperor Wll
Ham, on board tho battleship Wllhelm
II, and accompanied by two or three
other warships, may meet tho North
German Lloyd steamer Deutschland
at sea nnd transship Prince Henry to
tho German warship,
This report has reached tho Amerl
can embassy here. The membera ot
Emperor WIlllam'B suite, however, do.
claro these arrangements to bo unccr
tnln. It Is thought that tne Emperor
wishes to have the first long talk with
Prince Henry and that this can bs
most comfortably obtained before tho
Sacrifice SaleLast Week
At the store of Goo Kim, 1116 Nuuanu stroet. Tho finest of Orient
al silks and linens, consisting of dress goods nnd embroidered handker
ehlefs 32 Inches squaro and table covors 3(1 and 41 Inches square Ladles
and gentlemen's furnishing goads and underwear; duck suits, bath robes;
remnants of grass linen, figured silks nnd other goods.
) GOO KIM, 1116 Nuuanu Street
Bulletin 75c. per month.
Through Rebel Lines
Panama, March 14. Tho Govern
ment generals, Castro and Ortiz, arriv
ed hero at 11 o'clock this morning nnd
received ono ot tho most enthusiastic
welcomes over witnessed In Panama.
Tho crowds In tho streets leading to
tilt) railroad station made traffic Im
possible. Referring to tho engagement at Agua
Dulco February 20, General Castro told
tho correspondents that tho Govern
ment troops, numbering 800 men, were
attacked by 3000 revolutionists. On
tho third day of tho fighting both
drinking water and ammunition In
Agua Dulco becamo scarco and Gen
eral Castro ordered his troops to re
treat. To do this the Government
forces had to break through tho rebel
General Castro sayB he knows josl-
thcly that of tho forces under tho rev
olutionary general, Herrcra, over 700
were killed or wounded. Ho charac
terized tho bravery of tho revolution
ists as something extraordinary, and
said that many of them were killed
within threo feet of tho entrenchments.
To a New Klondike
Spokane, March 13. A Mountain
House, Idaho, special to the Spokes
man-llevlow says: A, V. McMorran,
former Councilman of Spoknne, arrlv
ed hero today from tho new gold camp
nt Thunder Mountain. Ho reports
that about 100 men are now thoro.
Piovlslons cannot bo bought. Salt and
sugar aro very scarce. Deep snow pro'
McMorran Is convinced that tho dis
trict Ib a rich one.
Weekly edition of the Dulletln 1 a
Dublin, March 14. In an address de
livered nt a public meeting here Earl
Cadogan, Lord Lieutenant of Ireland,
macd a rather enigmatic reference to
King Edward's abandoned visit to Ire
After declaring that nobdy was more
disappointed In this matter than tho
King himself, with whom tho Idea ot
this visit had originated, and after ex
pressing his own conviction that his
Majesty would have been most en
thusiastically welcomed here. Earl Ca
dogan said ho shared the full responsi
bility with tho other Ministers for da
vising the King that the present was
not an appropriate occasion for a visit
nnd that this advice was ghen after
the fullest consideration .
The speakor said ho refrained from
characterizing the difficulties which
had rendered the abondoncd visit In
opportune, but that they were well
known and deplored by n vast majority
of the Irish people. Earl Cadogan
said he was quite suro these difficulties
were only of a temporary character,
and that before long his Majesty would
be able to carry out his wish, which
was very near bis heart and the reali
zation of which would be productive ot
tho greatest possible advantage to Ire
HERBERT BOOTH RETIRES.
King Edward Is
Scored In Council
London, Mar. 13. During thoidlscua
slon beforo tho Dattersca Borough
Council last evening of the proposal to
mako tin appropriation for public en
tertainments In commemoration ot the
coronation of King Edward, two of the
Councilors, who strongly opposed a
celebration ot tho coronation said the
King was merely a figurehead and that
It did not matter to tho pcoplo of Dat
tersca what Individual occupied the
throne. They ridiculed tho Idea that
tho namo ot tho King should bo men
tioned with bated breath,
Tho remarks ot tho two Councilors
wcro hissed and the audience cheered
tho response ot a Conservative Coun
cilor who said:
"Traitors to tho King ought to i
Tho proposal tor an appropriation
London, MnrcTi 13. Tho report thai
Herbert Booth, third son of Genera)
nooth, who was In command of tho
Salvation Army In Australia, had with
drawn from tho army, Is confirmed
here. Ill-health is the causo of Com
mander Booth's withdrawal.
ties of the esi
- Alden Electric "Belt"
pensory Is guaranteed
all th curative proper
snens ve belts now so J dv
doctors and druggists. It gives a very
strong current of electricity. find Is eally
regulated. Hound to supersede others. Can
b had from the undersigned only: nn
acents; no discount. Circular free. Address
lep!0' Electric Co . 20G Post St.. Sm
Frai.civo. Sent free to Hawaii for $5.00
Bill in Senate
Washington, Mar. 13. Important de
velopments liavo cleared away the dip
lomatic obstructions to the Hepburn
canal bill, which passed tho House,
and Senator Morgan favorably report
ed It to tho Senate today without
amendment. The bill Is now on tho
Senato calendar and Its chances of bo
Ing brought to a voto during the prcs.
cnt session aro said by Its friends to bo
better than ever. Just beforo tho final
voto In the Committee on Inlerocennlc
Canals was taken Senator Morgan
made an Important statement, as the
direct result of a confereneo nt tho
State Department with Secretary Hay
relating to tho attitude of Nicaragua
Costa Rica and Colombia. Morgan
was Instructed by tho commlttco to
"nnfer with Secretary Hay concerning
certain points In tho diplomatic nego
tiations, and his statement to tho com
mittee, approved by tho Scci clary,
lenus tho wny clear for the bill so far
as our diplomatic relations with the
Ceutrul Amcricnn countries aro concerned,
Will prove a great convenience In tho sick-room and
whero children require n light during tho night. They aro
wonderful little lamps. A slight turn of tho globo changes
tho light from sixteen to one-candlo power and vice versa.
In appcaranco they arc the regular Incandescent lamp and
can bo used anywhere, Wo will supply them at
75 cents each,
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Large stock of
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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 furniture In all departments.
PORTER FURNITURE CO., LTD.
Plslter Btook, opp. Lovo Bid., Fort Street.
Iocs a great deal towards
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PHONE MAIN 119
Hawaiian Engineering and Constrnction Co.
ROOMS 508, 509, 510 STANGENWALD BUILDING.
P. O. BOX 834. TEL. MAIN 7f
All classes ot Engineering Work solicited; Examinations, Surrey and Re
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Plana and Specifications and Estimates Prepared, and Construction Superta
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roads, Electric and Steam; Tunnels, Bridges, Buildings, High (rays, Founts
tlnna, Piers, Wharves, etc
Special attention given to Examinations, Valuations, and Report al
Properties tor Investment purposes.
FREDERICK J. AMWEO, M. AM. Soc 0. ,
Engineer and Manager.
W. R. CASTLE JR., Secretary and Treasurer.
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ALL KINDS OF : :
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Phone Blue 721. P. O. box 112.
J. W. 8CH0EN"NQ, Manager.
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A, WENNER, Manager,
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