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EVCNINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU. II. T., THUItSDAY, APRIL 10, 1902.
keeps our storo always In tho load as hendquaitcrs for tlio latest nov
elties and tho most tempting materials the various seasons altord. Wo
have buyers In tho Hast and on the Coast, ever on tho nlert to secure
these goods and an Inspection wilt demonstrate to you how well they
perform their duty. MMaBuitrun.
Our lines of WASH FABRICS Is unusually large nnd wo havo
mora on the way. Some of tho recent additions to tho stocks nro
MERCERIZED SOI PERSANNE
PflTTnN Al PAfiAQ TI'o nearest thing to Foulard
UUI IUI1 HLrHUHO Silks; looks llko silk, feels Ilko
. . .. silk, and mado In silk patterns;
Colors: Dlaek, Pongee, Navy colorings aro perfect.
Blue, Light Blue, Pink, Old Blue nr rut)
and Pearl Grey. The price Is OOC PBl jSTD
small for the quality. '
25c per yard PRINTED MUSLINS
Entirely new line; tho latest de
signs; fine quality.
GRASS LINEN 20c per yard
BTIS'1E fl , , PRINTED BATISTES
CNtra wide, very fine and sheer; . ... , ,.
good value Just opened; patterns exquisite;
50c per yard 7 yards for $1.00
DON'T GO ON WORRYING
With Inferior or needlessly expensive Illumination In your home.
There Is absolutely no occasion for It. Thousands of liousokeen-
l's thioughout tho Islands havo removed this annoying problem
entirely by acquainting thoniselrcs with tho Ideal perfect light for
tho home. It Is as brilliant as gas or electricity, never smokes,
smells or gives any trouble. Is lighted and extinguished as easily
as gas. and burns but little kerosene oil. Our catalog shows nil
styles from $1.80 up, and Is sent for the ashing.
Theo. H. Davies & Co., Ltd.
' THE STR. ALAMEDA has brought our swell line of
direct from New York. Also a lino of up-todato DRESS GOODS,
such as Etamlners, Vails, Brilliants, Alpacas, Embroidered Swisses.
Wo will tell you alt about these shortly.
OUR HOSIERY DEPARTMENT
Presents somo exceptional values and a complete stock. Hero aro a
few Items: At 12 1-2c a fast black Hose for ladles in all sizes; at 3
pair for 60c a better quality In all sizes; at 25c a pair or $2.75 a dozen,
extra fine Hose, full finished; at 35c, Larework and Dropstltch su
perior quality; our 50c value, the Onyx Black, Is the best In the mar
ket, In plain gauze, Uce work, drop stitch, and lisle thread, a variity
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.
General Merchandise! Dry Goods, Groceries.
. Jupanese Provisions, etc.
fill IP III!
JOHN CRAIG NOW ON
WAY TO THIS PORT
Something About First Steel Steam
Schooner for Lumber
Trade of Pacific
San l'rnnclsro. April 1. John Craig,
tho famous shipbuilder of Toledo. Just
retired from active business. Is ex
pected nt the Palace today on his way
to Honolulu and the Orient, nnd has
engaged passage on the steamship Gae
lic, which Is to sail from this poit next
Tuesday. Mr. Craig has recently re
organized the shipbuilding company
which bears his name with himself as
president, lint has virtually retired and
has left the actual management of af
fairs to his sons, George I,. Craig and
John !'. Craig. The new company has
been capitalized at ?1,2."0,000. The dry
dock at Toledo Is to he enlarged mi
that it will hac n length of 525 feet
and n width of ninety feet.
The last vessel built by the Craig
Shipbuilding Company from Mr.
Craig's plans was the Ilcdomlo, which
Is now almost full) completed nnd will
sail for San Francisco about April 20.
She Is n steel steam schooner 200 feet
lung, with thirty-right feet beam and
fourteen feet depth of hold. She will
carry n million feet of lumber and
thirty flrst-i'tnss passengers. She Is
for the Swayne & Iloyt Company tit
this city and will be the first steel lum-
her carrier that has ever been built for
service on the coast of California.
Lumber men here look on her as an
Innovation and say that her life will
be short, prophesying the rocks and
shoals thnt guard the ports of Mendo
cino and Oregon wilt make short work
of her. Captain Woodsldc. however,
has had considerable experience In the
handling of steel vessels In the coast
wise trade and he asserts that the Ite
donilo will ptovc to be one of the big
gest successes among lumber vessels
on the l'ncllle coast.
The Hedondo has been specially (It-
ted to burn oil, nnd the entire fleet
owned by Swayne & Iloyt will gtadu-
allv be turned Into oll-burnlng vessels,
The company's new steamer, Albion
River, which was launched at Eveiett
last Saturday, will also be fitted In
oll-burnlng tanks. The Albion ltiver Is
150 feet long. 31.G feet beam. 10 feet
deep and will cans .100,000 feet of lumber.
SENATE BILL PROVIDES
FOR COMPLETE CENSUS
A WEAK BACK.
Some people suffer from this ailment
nearly nil their lives. They nro ner
vnus and despondent through loss of
sleep. The fnct Is their kidneys nre
weak nnd are tillable to pel form their
proper functions. The best medicine
to strengthen the kidneys, stlmtilato
the liver and euro indigestion, dyspep
sia, sleeplessness or malaria, fever
and ague, Is
I 10SS OF UFE
Commission to Report if Islanders are
Ready to Establish Perma
nent Popular Government.
I'cklng, March 29. Chinese omvinli
s.ty that a thousand people have been
killed In i lots at Tn Ming Kit, the
southernmost ptefecttire of the pmv
lliro of Chl-I.l. This Is. perhaps, nn
exaggeration, but the loss of life was
The riots were due to attempts nt
local officials to collect Indemnities for
the Catholics, ns arranged between the
ofllclnls and the priests,
Washington. Mnrch 31. Tho Sen
ntc Committee on tho Philippines to
dav completed consideration of the
bill prescribing a form of government
for the Philippine Islands and author
ized Senator Lodge to report It tn the
Scnnlo nftcr voting down tho Demo
cratle substitute by a party vote. The
nniendment provides for n census of
the population of the Islands, nnd Is
"That whenever the condition of the
instinct tlnu In tho Philippine Islands
shall have teased nnd a condition or
geiieial and complete peace shall have
liecii established therein nnd the facts
shall be certified to the president of
the Philippine Commission, the 1'iesl
dent, upon being Satisfied thereof
shall older a census of the Philippine
Islands to bo taken. Such c nsus In
lis Itupililes tchitlng to the population
shall take and make so fax as practl
i able n roll leport Tor nil the Inhabit
nuts of name, age. sex. ran- or tribe
whether native or foreign born liter
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lli'j in npaiiinii, ii.iiii u uiuu'ii ii tun
gunge, or lu I.ngltsn. gciioot aiieucinnce
ntnl ownership of homes, and such
other Information separately for each
Island, each province nnd municipality
or other civil division, needful to In
lorni the Ptes'deiTt and Congress con
rernlng the capacity, fitness and readi
ness of all the people of tho Philip
pine Islands and of particular Islands.
FOR THE HOME
there Is no other light so convenient and satisfactory ns the incan
descent electric lamp. NO DISAGREEABLE ODORS; NO SMOKE
OR DIRT. Always ready for use witn n soft steady and brilliant light.
Let us glvo you figures on wiring your house and If you deslro v;o
can furnish you with tho now " H Y LO" LAMP, o o o o o o o
HAWAIIAN ELECTRIC CO., Ltd
Kind Street. Telephone UOO
Soldiers have been dispatched to
quell the disturbances nnd t taotul has ,,,,-nv luces and innnlclnnlltles. nnd oth
ueeii sent hi nujusi me uiiierences. . ...... ,,......,., ror ,iia -..nbllsliment
The officials warn the missionaries to
keep out of the disturbed district
VALUABLE II0R8U6 UURNUD.
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.
FREE ART EXHIBITION
Lovers of the unique ns well ni the
beautiful In art will find a dainty feast
spread for them tomorrow afternoon
nnd Saturday In tho studio of the
Misses King In tho Pacific Hardnaie
Company's building on I-'ort Btreet, up
stairs. Miss I'dltli I). King, who has iccrnt
ly arrived In Honolulu, has completed
some choice vork on wood nnd leath
er and has u poitfollo of many charm
ing bits of watercolor. A most attrac
tive wall decoration Is a merry wal
side scene of olden English days, burnt
and stained on n large carved pine
slab. This Is a special ordet which
Is now receiving tho finishing touch.
Piano ornaments of calf nnd sheep
skin bear unmlsinkuhlo proof of the
artist's ability. Among the watcr
colois are many which nic striking In
their fresh life and true sentiment. A
little study In gietns and other follagu
tints, giving a glimpse of cool nud
sliady oak woods. In among the nu
merous beautiful watci colors.
Miss Nettle W. King, whose china
work and mlnlatmcs arc Justly praised
by all who have been them, will havo
several flue specimens of her handi
work on exhibition, among which may
be been duplicates of Hawaii' loyal
chlunvvare. A visit to the busy studio
will t.ot fall to delight and charm
those who ndinlrc unci appreciate good
work of this kind.
Detiolt.'Mleh.. March 29 Seventeen
racers and promising colts were burn
ed to death early today lu n fire which
destroyed the training stable of Prank
II. Colby, a well known driver and
trainer In Highland Park. The lire
fitfirtml lust liiifnt,, ini'lit fvit ft, tin
.n.tto U.i,, ,-nn.n Hl.lrnn n, ,. I PhlllUPllH' Islands tire capable
horses were burned to death In their '"l' r,,r tl,e establishment or a per
stalls. One broke loose and escaped inanent populat representative govern
from the burning barn, but the nnlmal .im-nt.
and maintenance In Ihc Inlands or cer
tain of them of n permanent popular
After the completion of the census
the Philippine Commission Is required
fully lo rcpoit to tno President nnd to
Congress theli recommendations has
eel on such census nnd upon the opera
tion of the local governments piovided
for whether or not nil or reituln of the
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 dono. Elegant line of fundi uro In all departments.
PORTER FURNITURE CO., LTD.
Flutter Block, opp. Love Did., Fort Btreet.
I C. J. DAY & CO.--GROCERIES i
was so badly burned that It was neces
sary to shoot It.
. Among the burses were lied Iloyal,
2 2IU. a five-year-old trotting stal
lion, valued nt J-'OOO: Harry P.. trotter,
2:23", 2r,00; The King. trotter. 2.2f.,
$2001): Maiden Queen, pacer, 2.I.VJ.
$2000; Moneo. 2-32',4. ttotter. stallion,
$2000. The total loss Is about $30,000.
The Philippine Commission Is con
tinned In effect nnd there Is no fuitlier
hint than that quoted ol n possible)
YALE TO UOX OXFORD.
MA000N BLOCK, MERCHANT STREET.
DB02C 880 nSLirx 210
P. O. BOI j)j. Til. il.
17K7"3:TrC3r WO GJE&JbJJSr
THE OLDEST Clb. 'tSE FIRM IN HONOLULU.
Dciiiii lo Fin, Sllki io4 Gun Llnini. Chtnn. ml Jipintit Good, of All KlaO.
iio-!f Nuuinu itrwl
TWO WEEKS MORE OF BIG SALE
At the s'oro of Ooo Kim, 1110 Niiuauti i-trect. Tho finest of Orient
al -HUs nnd linens, consisting of dress goods and embroldeicd hnndkor
chins 32 inches square and tnblo covers 3fi and 11 Inches square. Ladles
and gentlemen s furnishing goods and underwear, duck suits, bath lobes;
rccnants of grass lluen, figured sllk3 and other goods.
GOO KIM, 1116 Nuuanu Street
New York, March 1!). According to
Mcssis. Lea ami (lav In of the National
Sporting Club. London. Yale, has de
cided to send six of her best amateur
boxers to compete against n similar
number hum Oxfoul t'ulverslty at tho
athletic carnival to be held next Juno
In connection with the coronation ecru,
monies of King Edward. Negotiations
which have been under way since the
Englishmen arrived on the St. Paul a
week ugo last Saturday, weie complet
ed yesterday. Yale. Mr. Gavin said,
will have her men compete with Ox
foid for the trophy donated by Lord
Lonsdale, president of the National
Spotting Club. It has not been settled
Just what chuscs the collegians will
lepresent. but it Is understood that the
boxers will be chosen from tho light
weight, middle and heavyweight divi
slons. J, Dole, Yalo'B hovilng Instruc
tor, will accompany tho men.
Similar Inducements will be held out
to Haivard to clash with men selected
fiom the licit boxers of Cambridge
The f'.ail of Kingston will donate an
other trophy to be presented to the vie
tin tons college.
Taciimn, March 20. Charles MiN'a
mee. who was sent here by William K .
(Jeorge and Frederick V.indcrbllt ol
New- York to straighten out the affairs
of the defunct Metropolitan Hank, to
day began Milt against Philip Yaiider
bill Caesar, president of the bank, T.
V. Runs, vice president and Jacob H.
V.indcrbllt. cashier, to recover bum
aggregating nearly Jioo.oon borrow cd
from the bank by the defendants, anil
for which they gave the bank plum
Caesar and Vnnderbllt me seioud
cousins of the Vnnderbllt family. To, g,at.,te her upon her engagement.
save mo iamiiy name, uie vauiieiiiiii
brothers III New York liquidated the
bank through McNumee, paying out
It Is a Ileal Pleasure- tn us to speak
favorably of PAlN-KILI.Klt. known al
most universally to be a good and safe
remedy for bums nnd other pains of
the body It Is valuable not only for
colds In winter, but for various Biininrr
complaints, and should b In every
family. The casualty which demands
It may come unaware. Christian Ad
vocate. Avoid substitutes, there Is li'it
one Paln-Klller. Perry Davis'. Price
oc. and SOc
Washington. Mnieli 2!'. The an
nouncement of the engagement of Mlsa
Alice I In) . second daughter of the Sei -retarj
of Stale, to .lames Wadsworth
will be made tomorrow by Sec;ictaij
and Mrs. Hay.
Miss Alice Hay, who has lecoveied
from a severe nltack of toiisilltls, is
now able to meet her friends and Join
lu tlic festivities of Hie season that will
follow- the ushering In of Raster.
Tomorrow- a few of her friends will
gatber nt tbc Has icslucmj to con
The ever popular Ualuer Ilcer Is Just
as much a favorite ns ever. It Is on
draught nt the New Criterion Saloon
ns It was at the old. The longer It Is
used tho better It Is liked.
Though mine than Ml years old.
rioicnce .Nightingale la still keenly In
terested In heuevolint woiks, and lias
Just Issued an appeal for the Nurses'
Home for Poor (lentlewomen In London,
8IILUI AND CATTLIi MUN.
Cheyenne, Wyo., March 23. Sheep
and cattle men fought over it division
of the lange near Dig Pine. In south
western Wyoming yesterdny. John
und Ac Hill, sheep men, weio fatally
wounded and 1100 of their sheep
slaughtered. Two cnttlo men were
wounded, but not fatall). Details ol
the battle, owing to the leinotencss
of the scene fiom tho railroad, nm
Pour Titoiihiiml llouhCH Hum.
Yokohama, Mtuch 31. A fit o at the
t.111 manuiai lining town of I-'uku! has
dc sliujed -loot) houses.
liiolu by KHuack. Wlndnor. England.
THE DUCHESS OF ALBANY. WHO IS PRO-BOER.
'Jills is Hie sMer In-law of King IMvvaid, willow of the late liuko of
Alhali.v, wlioi-e sympathies mi' snhl lo be Willi the lloeis. She leeently visited
her Klhter, the dowager Queen r.iniiin of Holland, for tin- piupuse of leuiiilng
from the Iloer leudcis nt The Hague what liuueu tonus tint burgher would
Nceilu No Cream
o NccUh No Sugar
I 122 KING STREET
o next to Bulletin Office
PHONE MAIN 119
LEADS THE WORLD
Smith Premier Typewriters
Sold on Installment plan.
Special attention paid to re
pair work of machines of all
makes by nn expert from fac
tory Also supplies for all ma
chines on baud.
G. W, MAGFARLANE, Sole Agent (or .the Territory of Hawaii
Office at Washington Light Co.
Hawaiian Engineering and Construction Co.
ROOMS 503, 509, 510 STANGENWALD BUILDING.
P. O. BOX 834. TEL. MAIN 7f
All classes of Engineering Work solicited; Examinations, Surreys and K
porti made for any class of Waterworks, Steam and Electric Construction
PUni and Specifications and Estimates Prepared, and Construction Supcrlm
tended, In all branches of Engineering Work; Contracts solicited for IU11
roads, Electric and Steam; Tunnels, Bridges, Buildings, Highways, Found
'Jons, Piers, Wharves, etc
Special attention given to Examinations, Valuations, And Report vl
Properties for Investment purposes.
FREDERICK J. AMWEO, M. AM. Soc 0. B.,
Engineer and Manaf er.
W. R. CASTLE JR.. Secretary and Treasurer.
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J. De Turk's Table Wines
Justly l.novvu to be tho CHOICEST
CALIFORNIA PRODUCT. A larso
supply of the different varieties Just
H. HACKFELD & CO., LTD.
SOLE AGENTS AND CEN ERAL DISTRIBUTORS FOR THE HA
A, WENNER, Manager.
Waialua Beach Hotel iSPECIALFEATURES
Now Open for Business. Fin-1
est of Accommodation. Finest j
of Bathing. Be Sura to Get
Off at Waialua Station.
RATES $2.50 per day;
Special Rates by Week or 1
For further Information ad
New Mop of Oahu.
uomplltJ from Cmvernmitit Surveys n4 Chrt,
Mart ol Sur I'Ur.utlont. Kllwyi, ml Other
Rll;M Source. TUB map is )!t INCHES,
with artlttk coloringi nd nt mountlnct. mik
trip very utHul t II at ornimcntil lt tnip
THB PWICB OF THE MAP IS $10.00, Coplft Ml
JAS. T TAYLOR.
f O.M01 Tog JuJi Hullilnr . Honolulu! T, H
of HAWAIIAN NEWS
DECKER, FERNANDES & GO,
Real Estate Agents.
Wo also malio a specialty of enlarging
OITIco, cor. South and Kins Streets
I'. 0. Dox 321: Thouo 252 Main.
The ArtlclcH mentioned
below will be trenteel In an
interesting nnd thorough
manner nnd tthould be rend
by every one.
National Work of the Y.M.C.A.
Methodist Episcopal Methods,
Thought In Presbylerlanism,
ill. 1 , ,',-