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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU. H. T., WEDNESDAY, APIIIL 2, 1902.
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Lace Curtain Sale ! !
Beginning Monday Morning, March , 31st
VALUES - NOT - CONSIDERED
The Reason, OVERSTOCKED, and 'More on the Way
An event that should bo taken advantage of by .every housekeep
er In Honolulu and an otter that for liberality Is almost unprecedent
ed. SALE LA8T8 ONLY ONE WEEK. Then tho opportunity will
be gone. You will find tho goods and prices exactly as advertised,
for wo never misrepresent a sale under any circumstances.
Nottingham JLace Curtains
Lot 13 yds. long, 40 Inches wide, at 85c pair
Lot 23 1-2 yds. long, 54 Inches wide, at 95c pair
Lot 3 3 1-2 ydi. long, 54 Inches wide, at $1.15 pair
Lot 4 3 1-2 ydi. long, 48 Inches wide, at $1.35 pair
Lot 5 3 1-2 yds. long, 52 Inches wide, at $1.65 pair
Lot 6 3 1-2 yds. long, 54 '.neKcs wide, at $1.95 pair
Lot 7 3 1-2 yds. long, 54 Inches wide, at $2.95 pair asst. patterns
Lot 8 3 1-2 yds. long, 60 Inches wide, at $3.30 pair extra fine
consisting of only a small quantity,
ecru squaro net, with border.
Frill Madras Curtains
Site 3 1-2 yards x 54 Inches
in wlilto and cream; size 4 yards by
66 Inches. Regular prlco $6.75; this
Tambo Net Lace Curtains
ery small lot of extra fine quality and
choice patterns. "V
Lot 1 Sizes 3 1-2 yards x 63; regu
lar price $9.50; Sale Price $6.80 pr.
Lot 2. Sizes 4 yards x 63; regular
price $12.50; Sale Price $9.45 pr.
A small alsortment of Ecru Notilng-'
hams, all at reduced prices.
N. S. SACHS' DRY GOODS CO., Ltd.
WHY THROW $40 AWAY
by' paying $100 for a typewriter when you can get an up-to-date
strictly high grade machine
The Wellington Visible Writer
for $60. This machine Is a revolution In typewriters. -One ot
many endorsements given the Wellington Typewriter Is as follows
"We make the statement positively
that tboy ate absolutely the best, ex
celling all others In simplicity, dura
bility and accuracy. We are using 75
ot them -In our Philadelphia and New
York stores. They have our unquali
i (Signed) JOHN WANAMAKER."
We have lust received a shipment of theso typewriters and
will be pleased to give full particulars regarding same.
Theo. H. Davies & Co., Ltd.
111 p llilliil
The following letter pertaining to
tho Doys' Brigade was read Monday
night at a meeting of the organization
March 31, 1902.
To the President and Members ot tho
Boys' Brigade ot Honolulu.
Dear Friends: When 1 first heard of
your desire for a manual tratnlng
teacher and worker In the brigade, the
strongest Inducement to come was a
very long and peculiar tratnlng along
diverse lines. So I came and found I
did not know too 'much.
I have, without affectation, had a
deep Interest In the movement (for
such beyond your ken It Is) and I have
liked the humanity of the raw boys
with whom I have worked. ,
The work ot this time has been the
severest of a strenuous lite, and has
been the most Important.
An experiment which was question
able under the prevailing conditions
was tho trade School, a purely volun
tary work. And I believe If It wcro
posslblo to find the people who In this
city have done the most, outside of
their day's task to learn, more would
como from tho Boys' Brigade Trade
School than from any other organiza
tion. Tho school has paid, will pay more
and run easier.
This Is not all. The curious fact
that some by-product of a factory may
become as valuable as the main, Is true
of our Brigade club room.
Last Juno It was alumber room to
day by the work ot the school It Is the
finest thing ot Its kind In this city. 1
am vain enough to say It Is a peculiarly
unique success with Its reading room,
lanaf, gymnasium, lecture room and
Slnco September, It has been tho
Union League Club ot half the street
boys ot the city.
In all this work and growth I havo
been delighted. Even the big things
done by the city tor the work, as the
tremendous success ot the business
men's tournament, the very desirable
athletic grounds at Kaulunela, for
which I see a great deal ot work, and
the largo and hearty plans for the ath
letic tournament have been much to
me. I' have felt a part of big things.
This Is different from economical New
England, and It has enlarged me.
But all the time there has been a
sense ot loss to my own mental life.
My labors were preventing work. on
cherished lines. I have ambitions and
purposes as a speaker and lecturer
which I had hoped to work with my
other duties; but tho very success of
tho trade school prevented, and the
club room finished theso dreams. Ever
since my seasick family saw Mr. Rlch
ards standing In the rain to welcome
us, your worthy president has been
thoughtful, kindly and what Is rarer-
I have been allowed to work my own
way with Judicially Injected hints and
advice, and I respectfully admit that
I would have done better to have heed
ed somo which we will say I forgot.
You who frankly and genially ac
cepted me at face value without too
much probation, I am much obliged to.
However, I can not be disobedient to
the "Heavenly Vision" of my life, and
so with a reiteration of my full con
viction of the value, possibility and re
ward of the BoyB' Brigade ot Hono
lulu, asking you all to do more for It
than you hare, I would with sorrow
tender my resignation as superinten
dent ot tho Boys' Brigade, the time ot
Its taking effect to be arranged by tho
president and myself. Yours,
JOHN D. WALDRON.
Supt. Boys' Brigade Trado School.
A Safe and Sure Ours far
Crnmps Coughs Drulsos
Diarrhoea Colds Durns
Sprnlns and Strains.
Gives instant rsllef.
, Tiro .Lit., 5c. ind Site.
Only on rIn KUIer, Porry Davis, t;
k v v wwVOTnMnnn(i i
HEo OF TRADE lb
Will prove a great convenience In the sick-room and
where children require a light during tho night. They nro
wonderful little lamps. A slight turn ot tho globe changes
tho light from sixteen to onc-candlo power and vice versa.
In appearance they aro the regular Incandescent lamp and
can be uscfl anywhere. Wo will supply them at
75 cents each. TELEPHONE MAIN 390
HAWAIIAN ELECTRIC CO., Ltd
KINQ STREET, NEAR ALAKEA.
PER SS, "ALAMEDA"
New Line Gotf Shirts
very latest In tho market.
SILK AND GRAPE SHIRTS. PONGEE
SILK FOR SUITS, direct from tho Orient.
BIG LINE OF KIMONAS. - -
Robinson Block. Hotel Street.
General Merchandise. Dry Goods, Groceries. .
Japanese Provisions, etc
MAQOON BLOCK, MEROHANT &TREET.
IE3 . 0- ,IBo2C 886 ZMIain. 2IR
P. O. BOX 991. -
THE OLDEST CHu'SB FIRM IN HONOLULU.
Dalm la Flat Sllkt an 4 ffraii Ltous. Cfalnti u4 Jiptaci Good! of All Klsli.
TWO WEEKS MORElF BIG SALE
At the store ot Goo Kim, 1110 N'uuanu street. The finest ot Orient
al silks and linens, consisting ot dress goods and embroidered handker
chiefs 32 Inches squaro and tablo covers 30 and 41 Inches square. Ladles
and gcntlomcn's furnishing goods and underwear; duck suits, bath robes;
remnants ot grass linen, figured silks and other goods.
GOO KIM, 1116 Nuuanu Street
Bulletin 75c. per month.
Yesterday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock,
the Woman's Board of Missions held
a meeting In the Sunday school room
ot tho Central Union church. A num
ber ot Interesting reports on the mis
sion work done In this city among the
Hawallans and Japanese were read, af
ter which an address by Mrs. C. D.
Dyke on "Educational Work ot the
American Missionary Association" wnj
heard. Mrs. Dyke In her address
spoke of tlAi experience and observa
tions of the work' among tho negroes
In the States. She had arrived at tho
conclusion that education works a vast
Improvement (n the dark race and
showed reasons for her opinion. She
also spoke on tho education of the In
dian. With regard to tho education of
this race, a somewhat different view
was presented. As a class, the Indian
do not take kindly to education, the
educated Indian often having to suf
fer indlgnltjes from his countrymen
who despise education.
Mrs. Green In her report on the Ha
waiian home missionary work spoke In
detail of tho sewing classes and th9
proposed kitchen where Hawaiian girls
are to learn light housekeeping. She
made an appeal to such ladles who had
tlmo to devote to such work as there
was u great lack of teachers, which
hampered the good work greatly.
The following committee will pre
pare for the annual meeting of tho
board In June: Mrs. Theodore Rich
ards, Mrs, It. W. Andrews, .Mrs. S. E.
Ulsliop, Mrs, Leadlngham, Mrs. Bristol,
Miss Margaret Hopper.
Klnau on Time.
Wllder's steamer Klnau Is expected
to return to Honolulu at about 1
o'clock Saturday afternoon, from Hllo
and way ports, notwithstanding the
fact that she was delayed jesterday
four hours beyond her regular time for
getting away In order to take somo
Japaneso laborers who only pass.4.1
quaianllno yesterday afternoon.
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets.
All druggists refund the money If It
falls to cure. E. W. Grove's signature
Is on each box. 25 cents.
Your amateur photographic work
will be well done If taken to Honolulu
irCoto Supply Co.
Washington, March 10. The grow
ing Interest of the United States In
tho trado of Asiatic Kussla and the
countries tributary thereto lends es
pecial Interest to a statement Just re
ceived by the Treasury Bureau of Sta
tistics from a report of the Belgian
Commercial agent at Vladivostok, re
cently published In the Bulletin Com
mercial (Brussels). The statement Is
especially Important In view ot the
fact that the commerce of Siberia has
recently been brought uhder the gen
eral customs laws ot Russia. Tho
statement Is summarized by tho Brit
ish Board ot Trade Journal, as follows:
"TJio Vladivostok custom house, as
Is well known, commenced Its func
tions on the 1st of January, 1901, This
measure has had a characteristic effort
on tho trade ot the'port, the Import
duties affecting principally manufac
tured articles, and. scarcely touching
products ot prime necessity (except
flour and rice) which are not produced
In tho country ,
"The' following Is a list ot articles
that can be Imported Into Vladivostok
free ot duty: Fruits, fresh and dried;
pineapple prcscnes, fresh oranges,
kidney beans, green peas, potatoes,
fresh and preserved; rice not decorti
cated, bread, mushrooms, citron, salt,
brick tea, chicory, beef and mutton,
steell, steel and Iron needles, steel,
Iron and tlnplate articles. Iron and
steel scales (except finely balanced
kinds used by chemists): Iron and
steel machinery, Iron and wire nails,
Iron and stele scythes, iron In bars.
sheet Iron, tlnplate, cast Iron, rivets,
tools, wheels, locks, tables sew Ing ma
chines, carpets and rugs, furniture,
glass and glassware, alabaster, asphalt,
bicycles, bottles, bricks, maps, books,
straw baskets for flowers, leather
straps, driving belts, musical Instru
ments and pieces ot music
"Upon the closing ot Vladivostok as
a free port, the traders In the placo,
who are few in number, and whoso
means are-very limited, did not delay
In turning this circumstance Into ac
count by Increasing the price of arti
cles which enter free In the. same pro
portion as those upon which duty Is
paid. Towards the end ot 1900 large
quantities of goods 'are Imported Into
Vladivostok In view ot the apropachlng
closure of tho free port, and at the
present time the placo Is still over
stocked with various articles which
will take some time to be disposed of.
"The greater part of tho merchan
dise Imported Into Vladivostok In 1901
was sent by way ot the Amur and
Manchuria. Commercial relations be
tween this latter province and Vladi
vostok are developing rapidly, for, at
tho present time, it Is Vladivostok
which Is supplying Manchuria by ay
of tho rhers Amur and Sungart and
by the trans-Siberian railway, whlcli
Is already finished as far as Harbin.
Goods destined for Manchuria pay lm
port duties at Vladivostok, but the
amount Is refunded after tho goods
have crossed the frontier. This It li
evident, complicates the transit trade,
and It would therefore seem to be ot
advantago In these circumstances to
use Port Arthur for goods able to bear
the expenso of transport. Heavy mer
chandise, however, such as Iron, etc.,
will probably continue to be sent via
Vliadlvostok, the expenses ot trans
port to Northern nnd Central Manchur
ia being much less onerous than from
"Owing to the great fluctuations In
tho rates for transport Into the Inter
ior, exporters will do well to fix their
prices c. 1. f. Vladivostok or Port Ar
thur, so as to avoid the risk In trans
porting the goods by river or rail.
"The articles Imported Into Man
churia aro the same as those usually
exported to China, viz., manufactured
articles, spirits, sugar, candles, win
dow glass, arms for Europeans, etc.
Manchuria exports raw materials, viz.,
cereals, oil cakes, bristles, wool, etc."
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 dono. Elegant lino of, furniture In all departments.
PORTER FURNITURE CO., LTD.
PIbIicp Block, opp. Lovo Bid.. Port Street.
C. J. DAY & CO.--GROCERIBS
Needs No Cream
Needs No 8uar
122 KING STREET
o next to Bulletin Offlco
PHONE MAIN 119
LEADS THE WORLD
Smith Premier Typewriters
Sold on Installment plan.
Special attention paid to re
pair work of machines of nil
makes by an expert from fac-
!-' chines on band.
C. W. MAGFARLANE, Sole Agent for the Territory of Hawaii
Office at Washington Light Co.
Jw u 2LsWs9!Bfr
Thomas Square Concert.
Tho band w'Jl piny tho following se
lections nt a concert In Thomas Square
this evening beginning at 7:30 o'clock:
Overture Ivan Contcrno
Gloria, 12th Mass Mozart
Grand Selection Martha riotow
fa) Ka Uanoe o Koloa
(b) 01, Hoi Ha.
Miss I. Kellla.i.
(d) Malkal Ka Makanl o Kohala.
Mrs. N. Alapal.
Cornet Solo CuUor Polka
Mr. duties Kreutcr.
Selection Russian Melodies ...Harris
Coronation Anthem Zadok, the
Cako Walk Tho Creole Queen ..Hall
The Star Spangled Banner
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Hawaiian Engineering and Gonstrnction Co.
ROOMS 508, 509, 510 STANGENWALD BUILDING.
P. O. BOX 834. TEL. MAIN ?(
AU classes of Engineering Work solicited; Examinations, Surveys and Re
ports made for any class of Waterwork J, Steam and Electric Constructlomj
Plans and Specifications and Estimate s Prepared, and Construction Superin
tended, In all branches of Engineering Work; Contracts solicited for Rail.
;oads, Electric and Steam; Tunnels, Bridges, Buildings, Highways, Founda
tions, Piers, Wharves, etc.
Special attention given to Eiamln atlons, Valuations, nnd Reporta (U
Properties for Investment purposes.
FREDERI CK J. AMWEO, M. AM. 800. 0. .,
Engineer and Manager.
W. R. CASTLE JR., Secretary and T reasurer.
MOET & CHANDON'S
WHITE SEAL : - : -
was exclusively used at tho dinner given by President Roosevelt to
Prlnco Henry following tho christening of tho Kaiser's new yacht Me
teor. It Is tho favorite brand exclusively used by all connolssours.
H. HACKFELD & CO., LIMITED
SOLE AGENT8 HAWAIIAN TERRITORY.
Motor Carriage and Machine
REPAIR AND BUILD
ALL KINDS OF : :
Safe Work of All Kinds.
Etc, Etc., Repaired.
UNION STREET, near Hotel.
Phone Blue 721. P. 0. box 112.
J. W. SCHOENINQ, Manager.
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A. WENNER, Manager.
' Now Open for Business. Fin
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of Bathing. Do 8uro to Get
Off at Waialua Station.
RATES $2.50 per day;
Special Rates by Week or
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