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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU. H. T.. flUDAY. APHIL 11, 1002.
keeps our storo nlvvays In tho load as headquarters for the latest nov
elties and tha most tempting materials tho various seasons afford. Wo
have buyers In tho East and on the Coast, ever on tho alert to securo
these goods and an Inspection will demonstrato to you how well they
perform their duty.
Our lines of WASH FABRICS Is unusually largo nnd wo havo
more on the way. Somo of tho recent additions to tho stocks aro
MERCERIZED SOI PERSANNE
PflTTfiU Al DAPAQ Tho nearest thing to Foulard
.bill IUI1 ALrAUAO silks; looks llko silk, feels llko
., silk, and mado In silk patterns;
Colors: Black, Pongee, Navy colorings aro perfect.
Blue, Light Blue, Pink, Old Blue - a
and Pearl Grey. The price Is OUU JUI jdlU
small for the quality. .
25c per yard PRINTED MUSLINS
Entirely now lino; the latest de
signs; flno quality.
GRASS LINEN 20c per yard
BAT'S!E ,, PRINTED BATISTES
etra wide, very fine and sheer; , . ,. ,. i.i,.
good value J,,st l,cnci1! Patterns exquisite;
50c per yard 7 yards for $1.00
DRY GOODS COMPANY, LTD.
DON'T GO ON WORRYING
With inferior or needlessly expensive Illumination In our homo.
Thero Is absolutely no occasion for It. Thousands of housekeep
ers throughout the Islands have removed this annoying problem
entirely by acquainting themselves with tho Ideal perfect light for
tho home. It Is ns brilliant as gas or electricity, novcr smokes,
smells or gives any trouble, is lighted and extinguished ns easily
as gas, and burns but llttlo Kerosene oil. Our catalog shows all
styles from $l.SO up, and is sent for the asking.
Theo. H. Davies & Co., Ltd.
to Iowa's Captain
THE STR, ALAMEDA has- brought our swell line of
direct from New York. Also a line of up to data DRESS GOODS,
such as Etaminers, Vails, Brilliants, Alpacas, Embroidered Swisses.
We will tell you nil about these shortly.
OUR HOSIERY DEPARTMENT
Presents some exceptional values and a complcto stock. Hero aro 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, Laeework 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 variety
of patterns. The Onyx Black Hose Is the popular New York brand,
absolutely fast and reliable. A full line of FANCY HOSE and IN
Washington. March 31 Secretary
Long has received from Captain Perry,
commanding the battleshrp Iowa, n re
ply to the department's Inquiry regard
ing ccrtnln alleged Indiscreet remarks
which were teported to have been made
hy that officer nt a Chilean banquet.
Captain Perry declares that whllo In
Chile he was not nt nny time present
at any dinner, breakfast, luncheon,
supper or any other meal where any
toast or speech was mado by him or
others. Nor did ho at any time say
anything, either In public or in pri
vate, that could be construed to menn
that he fnvotcd either Argentine or
Chile In tho event of war. The report
ho sn)s, undoubtedly grew out of a
visit of tho lntcndnnto of Concepclon
to tho Iowa, on which occasion that
official was Invited Into the cabin,
where Pciry offered him n glass ot
wine nnd said to him.
"Permit me, sir, to propone your
good health. The best wish I can oA'er
. I LATE REPUBLICAN VOTE
COMPARED WITH 1900
Gain Made This Year Would Have
Elected Full Republican Ticket of
This Island Dole Faction
and Money Bags.
Editor Evening tlulletln. If the Ad
vertiser wants to take the factional
view of the political situation, here aro
somo figures and conclusions which
throw light on the situation:
I The totnl registration In the fourth
I District 111 1900 was 3100.
I Tho total voto In 1900 for (llinilau
' (II.), Mncfnrlanc (!).) and Qulnn (HID
'lending their respective tickets for
you Is that peace may prevail In jour
Captain Perry sa)s that he Is ad In
nocent of making the alleged Indiscreet
remarks as he Is of offering to sell the
lown, which was currently icportcd In
Secretary Long has replied to Cap
tain Perry. Informing him that his ex
planation is perfectly satisfactory.
Democrats Decide on
a Philippine Bill
' Representative was 2850,
Total vole 1902, 155j.
i Tho vote of 1902 was St '4 pei icnt ot
1 the vote ft 1900.
Tho . .'.dllcan vote of 1900 (Gil
1 nilan) wns 12SC. Harris' vote. 1902.
I 8S1. Tho Republican vote of 1902 was
l.Svi per cent of the 1900 vote
I The combined Homo Ituic und Item-
ocr.itlc vote for 1900 (Qulnn nnd .Mac
farlane) was 1561, fusion vote 1902,
The fusion vote of 1902 was only 43
per rent of the combined vote In 1900.
Taking the vote for the leaders ot
the respective tickets for the House ot
Representatives In 1900 as n basis, the
Republicans In 1900 only polled 45 per
cent of the vote. They had a plurality
Washington, Maroh 29. The Demo
crats of the Philippine Committee In but not n majority,
the Senate, Messrs. Rawlins, earmark,' In 1902 Harris polled 50 0-10 of the
Dubois, Patterson nnd Culberson of total vote. Tho itepiibllcan gain was
Texas, agreed to a substitute bill for, 11 0-10 per cent. In other words, re-
the government ot the Philippine Isl
ands, to be offered In place of the bill
prepared by tho majority of the com
mittee. The bill, as ngrcod upon this after
noon, Is the llrst definite Indication ot
duclng the vote of 1900 to the vote o!
1902. the Republicans polled 50 6-10
Some Hair Restorer
New York. March 29 Since the
stor) of John D. Rockefeller Sr hav
ing lost his mustache, oebrows and
the hair on his bend has been published
In the newspapers, every manufacturer
of hair restoring Invlgoralors and ar
ticles of n like nature has sent tho
Standard Oil magnate quantities ot
printed matter telling the vlilues ot
their wnics. In many cases sample!
accompany tho circulars.
If Mr. Rockefeller has used nny ot
these hair growing nostrums, no visible
effect Is perceptible, for his face and
head are as devoid of hirsute append
age as an egg's,
Washington. March 29 !'i evident I
Roosevelt's Indorsement of Seiretaiy
Root's iccommendatlons upon Genet it
.Miles' request Is the most sensational
feature of the Miles-Root eoirespon
dence which was made public tnemv it
the White House. It Is a stippltm. n
tary Indorsement, the original Indor-.
incut having been without eoloi and
significance. Tho supplemental in
l iiorsemciH or me ricaiucni is omuion
to a degree and It may now In iMim
ed that the President will befeiie lorg
seek a mcons of ictlrlug (icnei.il Miles
The most Important part of the re
marks of the Srcretaiy of Wni In this
"In the Interest of good discipline)
and effective service. bikIi :i . ourse
(General Miles'! Is much to lie regret
led" lu this little sentence Is to be found
n suggestion that General Miles ought
to be courtmnrtlalecl. for It nukes plain
that In the opinion of the Feeictniy ot
Wnr a bieuch of discipline and an of
fence against discipline and effective
service has been committed.
The President has Indorsed both
pioposltlons. and what nrmy officers
FOR THE HOME
there Is no oilier light so convonlent nnd satisfactory ns Iho Incan
desce nt electric lamp. NO DISAGREEABLE ODORS; NO SMOKE
OR DIRT. Alwas ready for use wltn a soft, steady and brilliant light.
I.ct us glvo )ou figures on wiring jour house, and if )oti desiro wo
can furnish joii with tho new " H Y LO " LAMP, o o o o o o o
HAWAIIAN ELECTRIC CO., Ltd
KlnjJ Street. Telephone ttOO
All sizes In quarter sawed oak nud beautifully finished.
Largo stock of
Extension Dining Tables.
Axminster and Smyrna Rugs.
Tapestry and Chenille Portieres,
Poldlng chnlrs to let for nny occasion, nnd tho very best uphols
tering done. Hlegant lino of furniiuro In all departments.
PORTER FURNITURE CO., LTD.
Plslier Itlock, opp. Love Bid., Fort Ktreet.
voes In 1902 to eveiy 4, votes they ar, . 8knB ,hmwhcH , . th the
polled In 1900, a gain In Republican ttcmflt charged, will the President
stiength of 23i per cent. proceed to the punishment'
In the campaign of 1900 the liberal ... , ,..,.,, .., ... nmiml ...
the plan of the Democrats for the gov- Republican majority In the "Vjvu tti ( jPn 0 prfM?rvrd as to whether or
ernment of the Islands. The substitute District yielded to the demands of the I1()t tlc nc,cnt Is closed and the Set
provides that within one jear after tho Dole faction who demanded control or ri(nry 0f war declines to make fur-
rresiuent, issues a proclamation sun- nicy wumci iciusc cei iiiiuisii money.
Ing that all armed resistance against I The district, while giving every Itc
thc sovereignty of the 1'nltcd State! publican candidate n plurality, should
In the Philippines shall have teased (according to jestcrday's showing)
. . . . ... . . . . . .. .i - -
me rail commission snail Issue a nave given a goon sized majority over, because General Miles drew attention
pioclamntlun calling a constitutional uotii opposing parties columned. in "the marked severit)' of the vv.ir In
convention to meet In Manila, said con-1 In this campaign the same ciy of ,nn pinuppinrii.
ventlon to be composed of 200 membeis the Dole faction of "no money" was. T,H ns8f.rtnn ,nil nn International
and all male persons above tho age of lalsed but despite It, the liberal Re-! a,cet and the President and the Sec-
tvventy-ono ears who can read nnd publlcuns ran their campaign without l(lnr) ,(f -nr saw that If It were un-
write cither the English. Spanish or turning over tontiol to the Dole fac-j contradicted the I tilled Stales would
natlvo language shall bo eligible to Hon and with a smaller campaign fund! ,. i the- same calegur) ns deal Ilrlt-
Tho cause of all these strictures by
the Secretory of War and their Indoise
ment nt the White House Is pilp.ibly
JEFFRIES IS TRAINING
man tne msionisis mm. nicy auciect ni the Tinnsvanl,
23 per cent to the Republican strength .
and EVERY MM. WAS PAID UK-
KOilE HHADQl'ARTKRS CI.OSi:i
In other words, had the s.-imo
mtthodii prevnlled lu the Fourth In
S C. J. DAY Sr CO.--GROCERIES
I WE SELL
NcccIh No Crcniu
o Nccdn No Sugar
122 KING STREET
o next to Bulletin Office
PHONE MAIN 119
I .os Angeles, March "1 Champion
.tin. TrfTrlnu fnntlti.los In fn fl.rni.trl.
his dally toutlne of light training and 1?"rt' """' " lucriase f the Re
does not seem to be worn lng about Publican vote In that s nglo district ot
Kilzslmmoiis' doings nnd sayings. He 2j fn ic,lt "' follow Inn would hav
thinks Fltzslmmons means to fight, " '""
but Is at a loss to understand the ml- ba,n i''JJ vote was isso; add
per rem or aio unci no wouici nave it"
Visitor Gives Tip
to Senator Hawley
celved enoimh votes In the I'ourtn
nlonc to have oveiromo the Wilcox plu-
jiallly of 2Dti.
' frank Pallia's vole for Senator In
the I'ourth was 1UJ0; add :." per cent
or 201 to his total vole on Oahu, 17Ils.
and he would have rctelved 20C2 vcites
tor mure than cJtlior Senalura Kalau-I
cikalani or Kannlia who received I97.J
champion's delay In coming to nn
agreement. When asked what ho
would do in the event of I'Ttzslmmons'
backing out. Jeffiica wus ovnslvc.
"I have cine scrap on my hands now,
and until that Is out of the way 1 do
not know what I will do. There Is no
use hunting moic tioublc until thin
lcd-hcaded fellow Is disposed of,"
Ari.p1 If hn until,) fliM tlnnveir T,l
.Martin, the champion would not at' ""J IS. 1 respectively. In other words
llrst give n direct icpl, but on lielni; l,'"' ' "rtl1 W""1'1 lm,e aMc'X anMnt
pressed said ' Wbai has (his fellow H"publlcan vote in the Senate.
Martin ever done' lie won't . Haw a I llu,r Wateihouse tho only nth. i
corpoial's guaid. I can't ste that ho ' cIcfeatP'' nndldate for the Senate re
has dono mi) thing to entitle him to a lclw"' um iv ln ,l'" 1'ourtli. n.lcj
light with me." I'' l10r PI" "r -'- votts to his total
"Would you give him a fight It ho "N" "" "alm '"" "" "u "'"
l,a ,! j have received 193a voles which would
"Why. ceitaluly. Whenever Maillu I'fobably have elected him as some ot
nr .nv nn. ln .hnn . ..... fl.nl , u'tllCSC VOtt'S tllUSt lUIVO lie-fll llrattll
entitled to a fight I'll meet him. That's ' rnm ,enl V'10 vo,,''1 iur Kall,""kil.
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. Dry Goods, Groceries.
.Japanese Provisions, etc.
MAQOON BLOCK, MEROJIANT ftTREET.
IE3 . 0- Box 886 HivEa,Iri. 2IR
P. O Box hi. Til. il.
THE OLDEST Cllc SZ FlRAt IN HONOLULU.
Dta.lcl 11 Flat Silk aid Grail Llntnl Chloitl ml Jlptcitii Gooil ot All Elall.
ii-ia Kuuanu itr1
TWO WEEKS MORE QF BIG SALE
At the storo of Cloo Kim, 1110 Nuuanu street. Tho finest of Orient
al hllks and linens, consisting of dr 'Si goods and cmbioldoied handUcr
ehlefs 2'i inches squato and table cov. rs 3i and 11 Inches square Ladles
and gentlemen's furnishing goods and underwear; duck suits, bath robes;
remnants of grass linen, figured silks nnd other goods.
GOO KIM, 1116 Nuuanu Street
what I'm hero foi
The Ccntuiy Club Is acting cm I'lu
slmmons' request and holding off until
April 1 bcfoie taking nny further ac
l.inl. who as It was, leeched but 1972
' or only to votes more.
I The lesFim tn Republicans Is ap
parent and has been well linrued Hy
Washington, March 31. Senator
llnnley. chairman of the Committee on
.Milltni) Affairs, today politely pointed
out some of the Interesting decorations
lu the committee room to a party ofi
rural visitors, evidently strangers to
the capital. As they left him one of!
the liulles slipped a silver quarter lull),
bis hand, and when the astonished
Senator asked why she offered to pay
a I lilted Stales Senator for an act of
tiiurtcKy she said with peift'tt simpli
city. "Oh, tx.-te me I thought you wer1
a iliiot ki epi r."
SOUTH AI'ltICA Kl'.CUUITlLS.
London Mai eh .10 Tho knowledge
that I he Hunter hulldays would close
the London Stock Hc lunge foi four
da)s f i om last 'Ihuisd.i) had a sober
effect on whit doubtless would have
been n decided oiithmsl of nrtlvlt)
when I lie unexpected resumption ot
peace negotiations wns announced last
week As a result of this uudltion tho
enthusiasm with which the news from
South Afilca was letelved spent It-
tlon In the bidding for the fight. It u' yielding In tho single dlstilct of tho, Kt,f , Un ,a9 iUll, tho rrmaindfr ot
..... ... ..'-....Fit. I., innn ... dm ,ti.,t,n.iilu ,.r tin. ....
oxpetted the club will make u bid to
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY
Take Laxative Ilromo Quinine Tablets.
All drugglstB refund tho money If tt
falls to euro. 1J. W. Grovo's signature
Is on each box. 25 rents.
i. rs -s?i - k
Fourth In 1300 to the demands of the)
Dole fattlon the Itepiibllcan party loi
two seats In the Senate nnd tho Im
poilnnt post of Delegate to Congress,
whereby tho Terrlltiry gets tho go-by
when Congicss passes tho appropria
Honolulu, Apill 10, 1902.
I'a'jfi iUr4,lfJifN Mf' "
iw Bulletin 75c per month.
LEADS THE WORLD.
Smith Premier Typewriters
Sold on Installment plan.
Spc. Inl attention paid to re
pair work of machines ot all
makes by nn expert from fac
tor) Also supplies for nil ma
chines on hand.
G. W. MACFARLANE, Sole Agent for the Territory of Hawaii
Office at Washington Light Co.
Hawaiian Engineering and Constrnction Co.
ROOMS 508, 509, 510 STANGENWALD BUILDING.
C. O. BOX 834. TEL. MAIN 7(
All classes of Engineering Work solicited; Examinations, Surreys snd IU
,ortt made for any class of Waterworks, steam and Electric Construction;
Plins and Specifications and Estimates Trepared, nnd Construction Superlm
ttnddd. In alt branches of Engineering Work; Contracts solicited tor IUll
oids. Electric and Stcan; Tunnels, Drldgcs, Ilulldlngs, High frays, Founitv.
'Jons, Piers, Wharves, etc
Special attention given to Examinations, Valuations, mi Reports 1
Properties for Investment purposes.
FHEDEMCK J. AMWEO, M. AM. Boc. C. .
Engineer and Manager.
W. II. CASTLE JIl., Secretary and Treasurer.
the week was given lei adjusting ac
counts against possible contingencies
be foi c the reopening of the lxchungo
on April 2.
The cheerfulness over tho South Af
rltiiii situation 1cs11lcc.1l. howtver. lu
HUbst.iutial advances lu homo l.ill.e,
consols and KiiIHih TIic gcueul situa
tlou of tho .South African section was
little affected by the death of Cecil
Hhodfs Americans were quiet but
cheerful. Money lemnlns scaice, thus
discouraging speculation, but the large
Government dishuri-euieiits at the end
or this week promise Itmpuiary relief.
Conki-qiientl), theie is a pinspect of n
ennsldcrnble biii.ideniiig of the market
it Is believed Hint tho Chancellor ot
tho i:chequer will avail himself ot
that situation to submit n new loan,
which, assuming that the wni continue,
cannot le less than Lrii.uOU.OelO. It Ik
also quite ceitaln. unless tho pcun
negotiations bo suicessful, which few
people dnie hope, that the Chancellor
must fix the price of Issue for tlic new
loan nt a much lowef into than that ot
pi ev Ions loans.
Ilcrlln M.iieh 30. Iho Tlocrso worn
a liollday aspect during tho past week,
and there wero few transactions, but
quotations were mostly well maintain
ed 'Iho market builds great hope
upon the sue cess of tliu outcome of the
pei.e negotiations In South Africa and
vesteida) s strong Knfflr m.uket In
I'.iils rtatted favorably here. Iiona
cvue fa om I I', 8 ptiints hlghei. Coal
-li.ues were likewise several points up.
mitwIiliHtinclliiK Hie fart that Double
I iwcwlug between the cnnL s)iidl ate
and several 11 . mbeis of tint organlu
ti m win b Uncut, ns the uitial dls
obn 11 or 1 tie ndi.ntc and tluit coal
oniriiii c ul lie cllscliairfcd.
J. De Turk's Table Wines
Justly known tu bo tho CHOICEST
CALIFORNIA PRODUCT. A Inrgo
suppl) of the different varieties Just
H. HACKFELD & CO., LTD.
SOLE AGENTS AND GENERAL DISTRIBUTORS
THE HAWAIIAN TERRITORY.
Although no Imi.-ii 11 member of the . Hill.-. i- St-ii.tlm Wnlicitt still
s-licliclM iiiiii-U tinii- I 1 iihliiKlciu 'Hie e"C Koimlcil l nil imi1Iiii-1ui.ii. linuf
fcur uud in.i.v be -Mil iilm.isi nil) d.i) ihlvlug I'Ih p. cd mil uiiol.ile up Of
ciawn riulivlMliilu avenue
Waialua Beach Hotel
A, WEMHER, Manager.
Now Open for Business. Fin
est of Accommodation. Finest
of Dathlntj. De Sure to Get
Otf at Waialua Station.
RATC8 $2.50 per day;
Special Rates by Week or
I'or further Information ad
New Map of Oahu.
LovpllH from Ooveromtnt Survey nl Chirts,
Mm of Suirr iMiriaflunr Illwv n4 Oifwr
Kclllbl SourCCt THK MAP IS 8lM ISCHFS.
wtth rtiit1 rolarlns J ntit tnuunitnji, rmk
Intr 1 vf rv Uktfui it wtll ornamen'tl will nap
THE fklt.fi OP TMt MAI IS f 10 00 Cofl Cat
1 p Ma wAiNV'.'lrfp'"'1'' T-"
1 DECKER, FERNANDES & CO,
Real Estate Agents.
I Wo also make a specialty of enlarging
Office, cor. South and King Streets
P. O. Dox 321: Thono 252 Muln.
The Articles mentioned
below will lis treated In an
IntcrcHtlniv nnd thorough
manner anil hIiuiiIiI he rcucl
by every one.
National Work of the Y.M.C.A.
Methodist Episcopal Methods.
Thought In Presbyterianlsm.
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