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nvnxiNO DUi.i.nTiN. Honolulu. H.T.wnnNuanA v. AiniiLo. 1002
Keeps our storo always In the load as headquarters for tho latest nov
elties and the most tempting materials tho arlous seasons afford. Wo
have buyers In tho Kast and on tho Coast, ever on tho alert to seeuro
theso goods and an Inspection will demonstrate to you how well they
perform their duty. . ISiitUSSft'iRa'Wv.-vi'tWK'Jri' i
Our lines of WASH FABRICS Is unusually largo and wo have
more on the way. Somo of tho recent additions to tho stocks nro
MERCERIZED SOI PERSANNE ,
PflTTflM Al PAPAQ The nearest thing to Foulard
UUI lUII HLrHUHO silks; looks llko silk, feels llko
. , , ' silk, and made In silk patterns,
Colors: Black, Pongee, Navy coi0rlngs nro perfect.
Blue, Light Blue, Pink, Old Blue ,. .
and Pearl Grey. The price Is OOG PBl JdlQ
small for the quality.
25c per yard PRINTED MUSLINS
Kntlrcly new line; tho latest do.
signs; fine quality,
GRASS LINEN 20c per yard
BiE Ih PRINTED RATISTES
etra wide, very flno nnd Bhccr; ... , ,.
good nlue Jllst opened; patterns exquisite;
50c per yard 7 yards for $l.0D
THE STR, ALAMEDA has brought our swell line of
direct from New York. Also n lino of up to date DRESS GOODS,
such as Etamlners, Vails, Brilliants, Alpacas, Embroidered Swisses.
Wo will tell you nil about theso shortly.
OUR HOSIERY DEPARTMENT
Presents somo exceptional values nnd n complete stock. Hero nro a
few Items: At 12 1-2c a fast black Hose for ladles In all sizes; at 3
pair for 50c a better quality In all sizes; at 25c a pair or $2.75 a dozen,
extra fine Hose, full finished; at 35c, Lacework and Dropstltch su
perior quality; our 50c value, the Onyx Black, Is the best In the mar
ket, In plain gauze, lace work, drop stitch, and lisle thread, a varlsty
of patterns. The Onyx Black Hose Is the popular New York brand,
absolutely fast and reliable. A full line of FANCY HOSE and IN
DRY GOODS COMPANY, LTD.
DON'T GO ON WORRYING
With inferior or ncedlesBly expensive Illumination In your home.
Thero Is absolutely no occasion for It. Thousands of housekeep
ers throughout the Islands hao icmovcd this nnnolng problem
entliety by acquainting themselves with the Ideal perfect light for
tho home. It Is as brllllnut ns gas or electricity, never smokes,
smells or gles nny trouble. Is lighted and extinguished as cnslly
as gas, nnd burns but little Kumsene oil. Our catalog shows nit
etles from $1.80 up, and Is sent for the nslJng
Theo. H. Davies & Co., Ltd.
PER S. S,
Japanese Provisions, etc.
IP . O- Eos: 886
P O Bos jo), Til. il
THE OLDEST Cllu MSB FIRM IN HONOLULU.
Utiitu la Mat Silks ai Gnu Lltuss Chlnn aJ Jipion Goodi of All Cioli
to-f i Nuunu itrttt
TWO WEEKS MORE OF " BIG SALE
At the storo of (loo Kim, 1118 Niiiianu street Tho finest of Orient
al silks nnd linens, consisting of dress goods and embroidered handker
chiefs 3i' Inches squaro nnd tnblo covers 3G nnd 11 Inches Bcpinro. Ladles
and i;.-nil"men's furnishing goods and underwear, duck suits, batli rubes;
, remnants of glass linen, llgured silks and other goods.
. GOO KIM, 1116 Nuuanu Street
Bulletin 75c per month,
very latest In the market.
SILK AND GRAPE SHIRTS, PONGEE
SILK FOR SUITS, direct from the Orient.
BIG LINE OF KIMONAS, - -
Dry Goods, Groceries.
I ii'o olid
TREATURY STATISTICS SHOW
Beet Sugar Has Made the Most Marked
Advances Increase in Per Capita
Washington. March 23. "T h o
World's Sugar I'loductlou nml Con
sumption, lhOO-11'00" Is tho tltllo of n
monograph Just Issued by tho Treasury
liurcati of Statistics, It discustes tliu
sugar production nnd consumption ot
tho world during tho past century nnd
especially during the last half lentury
In which the burden of migar produc
tion has been transferred fiom cane to
the sugar beet, and In which the world
lias so largely Increased Its consump
tion of sugar The vvoild's sugar pro
duction has giown from 1.150,000 tuns
In IS 10 to 8.MM000 tons In 1000. I)urin
tho same period tho world's population
lias gionn, accoidlng to the hot cstl
mates, from 930,000.000 to about 1,500,
000.000. Thus sugar production has In
creased nbout Co per cent hllo popula
tion was Increasing but nbout 50 per
eent. Coming nearer home nnd con
sidering the fulled States nlouo. It Is
found that the consumption of sugar
which In isr0 was only 22 pounds per
capita, was In 1001 our (58 pounds per
One csperlnll) striking fact shown
by the statistics presented In this study
Is the rapidly Increasing proportion ot
the world's enlarged sugar consump
tion which Is supplied by beets. Ac
cording to the figures presented by this
stud), beets which supplied In IS 10 less
than 5 per rent of the world's sugar.
In 1900 supplied G7 per rent of the
greatly Inrtcased consumption; whllo
enne, which then supplied 9 per cent
of the world's sugar consumption, now
supplies hut 33 per cent. Stated In
quantities, It may be said that the
world's cane sugar supply has grown
from 1.100.000 tons In 1810 to 2.S.10.000
tons In 1900, nn Increase of 1G0 per
cent; while that of beets has grown
from 50.000 tons In 1SI0 to 3.9",0.000
tons In 1900. an Increase of II. Sun per
Tho flguics nbovc quoted Include
that portion which enters Into the
world's statistical record of sugar pro
duction, and does not Include the largo
quantities of cane sugar produced In
India nnd China exclusively for home
consumption, nnd In n considerable
number of the troplr.il countries does
! not Include that portion ot the sifgar
consumed at home, Kven If these
figures ot cine sugar production for
home consumption were obtainable,
tho production of beets would still
show it much moio lapld growth dur
ing the last half century than that from
cane This Is, apparently, due to two
great causes (1) the elimination ot
slavery In the tioplcs, tho Eent of tho
principal sugar production; nnd (2)
tho intelligent study of, nnd na em
inent aid to tho production of beet su
gar In the temperate zone, especially
In Ihiropean countries.
One effect of this enormous Increase
nnd the competition which has accom
panied tho developments above alluded
to has been a great reduction In prices
to the consumer. The figures of the
Bureau of Statistics obtained from
statements supplied by Importers ot
the io.t In foielgu countries of the
sugar which they impoit show that the
average cost or the sugar Impuited In
lk"l-2 was 5 37c per pound, nnd In the
je.ir 1S99-1900. 2 49c per pound.
The sugar piodmllon of franco linn
grown from 23,00fl metric tons In tho
sugar eni 1S39-40 to 805,000 tons In
1S99-1000, that of fiermaiiy. from U.
059 metric tons In 1839-10 to 1,85.000
tons In 1900-190I, Aiistrla-llungar.v,
from 25,000 metric tons In 1853-01. the
earliest date for which flguics are ob
tainable, to 1.120.000 tons 111 1899-1900.
Ilussln. fiom 19.000 metric tons In 1853
51 to 900,000 tons in 1S99-190O; llel
gluin. from 12,000 metric tons In that
join to 300.000 tona In 1S99-1900: Hol
land, from 1,000 metric tons In 1800-01
to 180.000 tons In 1899-1909. Turning
to the cane sugar producing areas. In
which the statistics are not nvallablc
for to long a peilod, It Is fount, that
the exports fiom the rhlllpp.no Isl
ands iuci cased from 23,410 nielli,
tons in 1819 to 233,000 metric tons l-i
1S95. from Cuba tho exports In 18MI
were 537.191 tons and In 1891 90S.
"50 ;ln Hawaii the production h.ib
grovMi from 11,200 tons In 1875 to 213.
470 tons In 1899. Java produced In
1884, 338.8CG tons and In 1901. 75.(i'ig
tons, and Brazil, which In ISSt pro
duced 2G8.335 tons, piuduied In 1901,
Tho table which follows hhows llu
world's production of btigni fiom cano
and bectB, respectively, nt decennial
ears from 1S40 to 1900, and tho per
centage supplied by beets-
Cutio licet. Supplied
Sugur. Sugat. by licet
Year Tons. Tons I'er Ct.
J 810 1.100,000 50,000 4,33
1830 1.200,000 200.00O 11.23
1SC0 1,510,000 389,000 20.13
1870 1.5SV000 831.000 31 10
1880 1,85.',000 l.lO.'.OOO 43.03
lSKO 2.0C0.00O 3,633,000 J 70
1000 2.S50 000 5.950.')00 07.71
FOR HARRIS IS
Dcntli ot Men. Cownn.
Mis I5llzubelh I'ltzliusli Cownn, wife
of C'luiH A Cowan, the hie) c le repairer,
died at hei homo on Kln.iu street cs
ten!.! Ilpc eased was only 25 jears ot
n-e and bad been III fur tho past six
months, the Immcdlnlo caute of clc.ith
In lug tulii iculosls The fuueial took
Plan nt 1 o'clock this afternoon from
th iiiideniiklug pnilnis on I'oit slice!
'I Ik niualUH ueie taken to I'eail Clt)
fni lute i nu lit.
Send the weekly edition of the Bul
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It fi A tnre, i&fe tn
Ttitre'i ONLY ONE
ip Two t!ze We An I vc
London. Mart li 22 Tho lat
est London novelty Is the ' som
risault cine" for fat women. A
West fuel surgeon's house hns
been fitted up ns a IiimuIous gym
nasium, where aristocratic pa
tients turn somersaults on Swe
dish principles, In the hope of re
ducing their obesity The "euro"
Is said to be most enicaclous
Tho greeting accorded lllshop and
Miss Nichols at tho Hawaiian hotel
last night was an event that the tai
lors will surely cherish ns one of their
plcnsnntest recollections of Hawaii uel.
There was u continuous sttcam ot
people tiling past tho lllshop and his
daughter for over nn hour and Hono
lulu people representing many creeds,
extended the right hand ot fellowship
nnd made tho visitors feel that the)
were Indeed welcome to Hawaii.
The laual on the Wulldld side of the
hotel was decorated with Hags, potted
plants, greens of nil kinds and flowers
deftly placed by Indies experienced In
such work. Tho receiving party, con
sisting of Mrs, S. S. Robertson, Mrs
Alexander Mackintosh, lllshop Nichols,
Miss NIc hols, Mrs, J. II Sopcr aud Mrs,
Cluis ('nine, In tho order named,
stood at tho end of tho parlois. Mm
Mackintosh and Mrs. Cshoine present
ed tho guests to lllshop Nichols and
Arthur Mackintosh presented them tu
At the I5wa end were placed the re
freshments, which were served
throughout the evening Music for the
occasion was furnished b the Hawa
following were the committees thai
carried the lcceptlon to a successful
Dccuiatlons Mrs. 15. I). Tonney,
Mrs. Ceorgo Smithies. Mis. Mist and
Mrs. M. Oirfnrd.
Iltfieshmtnts Mis 15. W. Jordan
Mrs 15. .1. Sapldlng. Mrs. f. A. Schac
fer, Mrs. O. S. Ithodes, Mis C. V.
llooth, Mrs. Chnihs Day. Mrs. Osborn
Mrs. C L. Crabbc and others, assisted
by Miss Juliet King. Miss Sarah Itob-
ertson, Miss Jennie (ilfTanl. Miss Mar
Ion (iiern, the Misses Itjctoft, the
Misses .Ionian. .Miss Alice Lure, .Miss
Spalding, Miss Super. Miss Osborne,
.lisn Deverlll. Miss licvnnlds. Miss
Annie Whltue). the Misses Si liaefer
Miss Mary Cation. Miss finlly Taj lor,
Miss Center. .Miss (Intrude Tucker,
the Mics Ward, Miss Italic), the
Misses Smith, Miss Nal.iul Jones MUa
I'shcm MOhMs Andennn. Ceibuin
Mackintosh. Reus, Sopcr. Irvine, Iins
dale McRiuw. 1'iauk IVrnnnchz Ml
laiida, (iieen, Young, Lrfbuine. Sp.ild
lug -nil Iliac kmau.
TWO HOURS YET BEFORE THE
POLLS CLOSE. VOTE FOR HARRIS.
A meeting of the .Merchants' Asm)
elation was held In the Stock 15x
cliungc rooms yesterday afternoon and
at that time tho lesolutlon of llm
Chamber of Commerce regarding the
lire claims was ciiduiied nnd niithorlt)
given .1. O, I'ltitt to repiesent the .Mer
chants Atfeoclnllon In tho pi cscnt.it ion
of tin lesolutlon at Washington. The
re solution adopted by the Clumber oi
Commeice and eudoised by tho .Mer
chants' Association on motion of
ticorEU W. Smith, will go forward with
.Mr. 1'rntt today as ,i joint resolution ot
the two bodies.
The Chamber ot Commerce nml the,
Mcrchnii'i' Association hae furnished
Mr. I'rntt with the ncccst.ir ccitlll
cntes showing that he Is their accredit
ed representative 111 tho mitter of tho
presentation of the lire claims matter.
Those piesent at the meeting weie-
President W. V. Dlmoiid. Secretary W.
W. Harris, V. V Hall, Ueo W. Smith
L. II. Keir, ticorgo Angus, J. (1. Hoth
well, John Sopcr, .1. I Hiimburg, M
riillllps, J. a. Spencer of the Chamber
of Commeico nt)d 15. A. Mclnerny.
MANLUY DIICLINIIK Tllll I'l.ACl'.
Augusta (Mo.) March 22. Joreph
II. ii.uuley today annoiiuced that for
business nnd personal reasous ho hnd
deelliuid to accept the position of I'irst
Assistant I'ostmnslci (ieneinl (euiler
cd him b I'nstmnster tiencuul I 'a) lie.
The ever popular Italner llcer Is Just
as much a f.ivoiln us ever It Is on
draught at the New Cilteilem Saloon
ns It was at tho old The lunge 1 it Is
used the better It 1 lil.nl
v Lodlos'-WATCH Oants'
f u J vveAlcnn vvimt tii) 1 Vuui
' wV "!"'"l1
erorr. NiiwDrtiiim. uikii.
Ay l 111 cnOMuiup
fcjjj Rlnl Wfliilllln.lrurllf iin,Ii-IIiii!
. hU Hint riinl FRfr it' nSoimiil
nU Hint riinl fRff 114 n Sitiitiilr 0
ll'ruy I'lerfitf il,,l ll'litteil Ivwifry Wriieiiim ee.
lActimOnQleCa Bnicai.Aihrvllle N Cirrilinn U S A
TO BISHOP IIS
HANG MURDERER WHO
WAS AWAITING DEATH
Had Been Granted Reprieve by Supreme
Court Which Did Not Satisfy the
Ends of Cowboy
Casper, Wjo., March 2S Charles
Brands Woodwnid, the condemned
murderer of Sheriff W. C. Itltker ot
this county, was hanged in his night
clothes nt 1 o'clock this morning b
twenty four masked and armed men on
Hie scaffold erected for bis legal cxeeu
lion The tncli overpowered Sherlft I
Ubbs secured the kejs nnd led the.
londemiied murderer from his cell'
with ns little ceremony ns possible
At 1 otlock there eamo n loud nip
nt the Sheriff's door, and twent) four!
determined men dem.nded tho kers of '
tin Jail. On lefuslng tho deninud
Sheriff Tubbs was Immediately seem
ed and bound nnd the keys serin cd.
After this theio was no leslstnuce to
the onehcrs. They soon secured the
prisoner and led him to the scaffold I
erected In the Jail yard on which Wood
ward was to have been hanged today
lull for the Intervention of n i"pite
granted by tho Supreme Court A iop
was epilrkly tnstened to a beam and a
noose placed nbout Woodward's neck
Whllo this was going on Woodward
talked rapldl). Ills words were partly
Incoherent but this was gathered from
his lack "Hoys, let mc pray. I want
to prn for nil of you nnd send n men-
rage to my blessed little wife. I lovo
her dearly nnd want you to toll her,
that. 1 pray that ou will have; th
papers print It. I pray for you, Chas ,
HIcKer. nnd for nil of joii I novel I
lad a grudge ngnlnft Sheriff Kicker-- I
never In (Soils world. I never meanl i
tu shoot lilm. Tor (loci's sake, don t
i... ..-i .. .. . '
cIioru mo to dentil. Oli " I
Then some one gave the condemned
man it push, forcing him Into the trap,
nnd the rope begnn to tighten. Wood
ward gave a leap before) the trap
could bo sprung nnd fell off tho gal
lows, hanglug himself.
One of the ijnohors pinned to the
dead man's clothing n card bearing the
tollywlng words "I'roeess of the law
Is i little slow, so tills Is the road you
will have lo go Murderers nnd thlevej
tiewnre People's verdict."
L'arly this morning Sheriff Tubbs
look the body down and removed It to
tho City Hall, where tho lope was cut
from the neck. It was then tinned
ovei to the Coroner
Acting Governor Chattel ton tills nft
trillion k nt to A. T. llueler. proseeut
US nttouiey of Natrona eountiy tho
following tidegrnm "In tho brutal
l ndilng of Woiidwnrd tho fair name),
of Wyoming has been dragged In the '
mire, tho order of our Supieiue Couit
disregarded, the law grossly violated )
- .o reports Indicate that nn piccau
tlounry steps weic taken by tho offi
cers of the law to prevent its violation.
In ti.e nnme of the law which lias been
violated, nnd as acting eecutlvo of .
- n State. I call upon you, the county
prosecutor, to Institute and make n
thorough Investigation ot this crime)
with u view to the punishment or tliu I
guilty parties " i
The crime for which Woodward iiald
with his life was committed on the
evening of January 2nth lint nt Wood
vvnnls iiinrli lii'nr Cm lb Id pi-ak. In1
tne Itnlllc.snnke mountains seventy
(He miles west of Casper win n hu
erui'lb shut lo cle-nth nml nteit tl.it -! t Iih
body oi Slieriff William C III. I e r of
Woodvvniil, with his wile lleilhn !
and liiothei Ctniinci. m nirestedi
prclciusl on the ehaige or stealing
Uuthlug and provisions finin a laueh
was alle-gecl that Woodw.ud's rancli
was the headipuilters of n baud of cat
Mu nnd boisn thieves At the piellml
nary trial llertlin Woodward was re
lensi'd f i custody The biothers
ve-ii' lie-Ill lo the Dlstilct Court, but
were unable to furnish bonds On thci
njgbt or Deeemlier ,;u. lflul, they saw
id off Hie bnis of their cells and a
window mid got nwn,v At tin- stock
nrds. oust of town, Charles Wood
wjid si'eiired a pistol which liael been
pint i"d I be re by a friend Near Casper
lii stole a horse aud rode to Ills much,
reaching the place on the evening of I
.iiinuni' 2. 10U2, i
Instead of (lndlug fi lends ready ten
asslbl him he found Sherlfr Hlckerl
and two deputies nt the house who
weie looking for li I 111 He went to tho
barn, Intending to abandon his uorso
nnd snlel one of the olllcers' nulmnls
It was about 7 o'eloik in the evening I
and cpilte- darn. He mounted one of
the SnerKf's horses unci was rencly lei i
ride away when the Sheriff eanie- out I
of tlio house, nml, uppioaclilug thu
b.irn ordered 111 in in surrender Wood
.vard Instantly shot tho Sheriff through
the body and the olfliei fell to tho
ground, niortiillj wounded. Woodwnid I
hen, It Is suld, went to the dlng man ,
nnd struck him In the luce) with Ills
six shooter. Ho emptied the SIioiIITh
pockets, securing $15. nnd nlso tools
trom the body n bell lull of tartlldgcj
nnd senblmid Weiodwaid then drug
god the lindv several feel toward tho
ham and left It He went Into tlm
barn, turned two of the horses out
raddled the remaining one, nml rodo
He was cnpluied by n posse several
weeks afterward near Hillings, Mont.,
unci brought bail, lo Casper. Ho mi
ni. ..cd the killing nnd wiih convicted
nnd n ntenced In bo hanged today.
Last Tuesday tho .Supreme Court
granted n stay ot execution, which
would bnve given Woodwnid nt knit
i.ircu mouths mine of llfo.
Rev. YV. H. ltbo of the anti-Saloon
League spoko In the Salvation Ann)
hall Inst night. Ills talk was lllus
Hated by u number of sterenptlion
views, pointing out the gient evils of
the drink t rattle and Us effect on the
people The speaker concluded with
icfeicnce to the Prodigal Son To
night the spiilal seal.i'i nt th S.ilvn
Hun Ami) hull will he Theo lib haul
TWO HOURS YET BEFORE THE
POLLS CLOSE. VOTE FOR HARRIS.
Your amateur photugrnphlo work
will be well done if taken to Honolulu
l'hoto Supply Co.
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there Is no oilier light so convenient and sntlsfaetory as tho Incan
descent electric lamp. NO DISAGREEABLE ODORS! NO SMOKE
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can furnish jou with the new " H Y LO" LAMP, o o o o o o o
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Klnft Street. Telephone 5IOO
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 lot for nny occasion, nnd tho very best uphols
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I'lslier Block, opp. Love Bid., Fort Htreet.
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o NecclH No 6uiir
I 122 KING STREET
o next to Bulletin Office
I PHONE MAUI 119
I I I II. ! ...I . I. - I - .
C. W. MAGFARLANE, Sole Agent for the Territory of Hawaii
Office al Wathlnpton Light Co.
Hawaiian Engineering and Constrnction Go.
ROOMS 503, 509, 510 STANGENWALD BUILDING.
P.O. BOX 834. TEL. MAIN 7f
All rlasses ot engineering Work solicited; Examinations, Surveys and R
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rends, Electric and Steam; Tunnels, Bridges, Ilulldlnge, Highways, Foundi
'Ions, Plcia, Wharves, etc
Special attention given to Examinations, Valuations, nd Reports ti
froctrtlp for Investment purposes.
FREDERICK J. AMWEO, M. AM. floe. O. .,
Engineor and Manager.
W. R. CASTLE JR., Secretary and Treasurer.
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SOLE AGENTS HAWAIIAN TERRITORY.
Waialua Beach Hotel
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RATES $2.50 per day;
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Special attention paid to re
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