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EVENINO BULl ETIN HONOLULU It. T.; MONDAY, APRIL 21, ISM.
A PERFECT BLENDING OF ELEGANCE AND ECONOMY
We tako considerable pleasure and a pardonable amount of prldo
in calling attention to our present stock of these, goods. As wo have
given particular attention to tho selection and tho buying, It Is cer
tainly speaking well for tho stock when wo say that It Is superior to
any we havo ever shown.
EXCEPTIONABLE VALUES THIS WEEK
Lace Stripes I Fancy Lace Stripes
Assorted patterns; per yard,,. Pin patterns; 7 yards for
10 cents $1.00
Win strinp i awns Plafds and Checks
Oailll OilllJO LQnilO Fancy crtectg, varied assortment
Assorted stripes; 9 yards for... of patterns; G yards for
$1.00 SI, 00
Plaids and Checks Fancy White Ducks
, . . , , Vertical stripes; exceptional
Good assortment; 8 yards for. . Q fof
Piques Victoria Lawns
Dayadero stripes, flno, quality.. 10-yard pieces
20c par yard i 75c per piece
Full line of Dotted Swisses, India Linons, Organdies, Etc.
Wo aro still adding new goids to oif- stock and the prices nro
much lowor than you would expect for such meritorious wares.
Among tho new arrivals aro Svlss Tucklngs, In slnglo tucks, cluster
tucks and cluster tucks with lace-work.
ALL OVER LACES and EMBROIDERIES. New assortment of
OELT8 and BUCKLES.
WAIST PATTERNS, In slll-.n nnd wash materials.
FRENCH CHAILLES, in Un.plro Patterns, dress lengtus only
no two alike.
New Laco Curtains and Panels, Arabian Escurlnl and Hcnalssanco
Lace Curtains, Laco Door Panels In wlilto and Arabian.
Ladies' Shirt Waists
Somo exquisitely beautiful waists of sheer linen batiste, narrow
hemstitch tucks nnd trimmed with lace. Every woman who is In
touch with tho decrees of Damn Fashion knows that laces aro the
popular and accepted trimmings for spring and summer costumes of
all descriptions and you will find these waists right up to date.
DRY GOODS COMPANY, LTD.
HOW MAUI'S POPULATION
TO HERE BERGER'S BAND
Walliiku, April 19. This has been a
real gala week In Walluku. The streets
aro olive with visitors from the outer
districts and Pythian Knights from Ho
nolulu and the stables hare been doing
a very thriving business. Flags are
floating in the breeze in honor of tho
luku courthouso by Co. I, First Itcgt
ment, N. O. If., In command of Capt
J. N. K. Kcoln. The band and mem'
bers of Co. 1 occupied the right wing
of tho long banquet table. Fully one
hundred and forty pcoplo sat down to
enjoy the good things at tho first ta-
Hawaiian band and tho. visiting I blcs. Judge Kalua offered a toast to
We have just received a Large
Shipment of Choice POLO and
AUSTRALIAN RIDING SADDLES.
Also POLO STICKS and BALLS.
Knights and altogether It looks as if
Walluku lias awakened fiom her deep
slumber of years.
The band reached Lahatna last Tues
day evening, April 15, at 8 o'clocV bv
tho Klnnu. The boys were taken over
to Col. John Richardson's homo and
there served with an elegant luau at
which n few Invited guests were pres
ent. After the repast the unnd gavo
an excellent concert at the Lahalna
courthouse. A large crowd turned out.
At 1 o'clock Wednesday morning,
the band boarded the Clntidlno and
was taken to Kahulul, arriving there
at 6 o'clock a. m. The members of the
Walluku reception committee were on
hand bright and early to receive Prof.
Merger nnd his bojs and on behalf ot
thj'cltlzcns of Walluku, the committee
consisting of Sheriff L. 51. Il.tldwln,
Capt. J. N. K. Keola.'N. W. Alull, Geo.
lions and II. W. Filler, extended a
gtad welcome nnd likewise the liberty
of the town.
An excellent breakfast was served
at Hon. John W. Kalua's homo at S
n. m., after which the band boarded
the train again for Kahulul to enliven
the citizens of that town with music.
hi the afternoon from t to G'30
o'clock, the band entertained the Pala
public- with an open air concert it t
which a largo number of people were
At S o'clock that same Wednesday
evening. Prof. Merger and his boys
nerc again at Walluku. A moonlight
concert wus given on the spacious
grounds of the Ktiahiimanu native
church. Benches and chairs from the
courthouse were provided for tho largo
multitude which turned out to enjoy
A temporary band stand wns provld
cd for the occailon by the finance com
mittee In charge of .Messrs. O. II. Hob-
crtson. W. K. Hal, Geo. Hons, N. W.
Alull, F. Petcrman nnd M. C. Uoss.
The (liurch grounds were brilliantly lit
up with lanterns, and with the help
of the moonlight, the scene was really
beautiful. Fully one thousand people
were prebent on the grounds, and u
more well behaved and orderly ascm
bly of citizens could not be gathered
together anywhere In the Islands,
The ladles turned out In their best
tiltlre In honor of the occasion, and it
I well that they did so, especially since
this is the first visit or the band to
Walluku In twelve years. Walluku
lias Indeed been ery modest In her de
mands for tho services of the band.
What other town of like Importance
rould have remained mute so long ami
still go on contributing towards tho
existence of the band. However, Wal
luku no longer sleeps, and she will de
msiid an occasional visit of tho band
hereafter, say at lease once In two
The singing of Mrs. Alapal and Miss
Kclllaa was very much appreciated
and they were received with an ovation
by tho nscmbled throng.
On Thursday morning, tho hand
played at Kahulul for several hours,
and In tho nfternoon they were ac
corded n most sumptuous luau ot the
appioved Hawaiian style In tho Wal-
Prof. Ilcrgcr, to which the professor
responded In his usual happy strain,
nnd then proposed a toast to Co. I,
calling upon them to stand near the
Capt. Keola offered a toast to the
Hawaiian band which was drunk with
a will. Mr. Naone responded on be
half of the band, expressing the ap
preciation of himself nnd his asslstanti
of the excellent treatment they had
been nrcorded by Maul. He concluded
his remarks with "O Maul no 'c Kn
01," which wns followed with "Sol
dier's Farewell," sung by the members
of tho band. The luau lasted from
2:30 to S p. m.
Among those present were: Prof,
ncrger, Mrs. Alapal, Misses Kclllaa,
Judgo J. W. Kalua, .Mr. nnd Mrs. (I.
Wright, Mr. and Mrs. T. 11. Lyons.
Judgo and Mrs. McKay. Sheriff and
Mrs. L. M. llaldwln, Deputy She. lit
nnd Mrs. W. K. Safi'cry, Misses Lottie
Taylor and Knto Stewart, Mrs. Jas.
Lloyd, J. I). Holt, Mrs. Huntington,
Misses Mary Huntington, Minerva
l.andford. Loulta Plhl, Cellu and Mo!
lio King, Mr. and Mrs. C. I). Lufkln.
Misses Lufkln, Smith, Jlcsdamcs K.
Jackson, J. T. Alull and W. B. Hal. Dr.
A. N. Sinclair, C. M. V. Forstcr and
other visiting Knights; Geo. Hons,
Mr. nnd Mrs. Carl Wnldeyer , Miss
Waldeyer, L. H. Crook, Mrs. J. P. Syl
vu, Rev. Canon nnd Mrs. Ault, Capt.
C. 11. Cottrcll, H. II. Carley. Mr. and
Mrs. Leonard, Miss D. Illcbardsou, Mr.
nnd Mrs. Jas. L. Coke, Ilev. J, Nua and
Friday afternoon the band played at
Walhce, and In the evening, an excel
Law That Will Stop
Troubles of Labor
Washington, April 9. The Housii
Commltteo on Judiciary, through
Chairman Itay, today filed Its report
of tho bill popularly known ns tho
Hoar-drosveuor anti-Injunction nnd
nntl-consplrney bill. Tho mensuro has
attracted widespiead attention In la
bor nnd railroad circles. Ilny's report
summarizes Its purposes as follows:
If this bill becomes a law, In all la
lor disputes between employes nnd
employers, the following condition!
il will not bo a criminal conspiracy
lor two or more persons merely to con
tract, combine or agree to do an art In
restraint of Interstate or foreign com
mcrce If sneb net would not he crlml
in, If actually committed by one per
tin acting alone.
No Injunction or restraining ordor
will lawfully Issue based solely on
si.ch contract, combination or agres
It will be a crime for two or more
poisons to contract, combine or ngreo
to do nny act In restraint of interstate
uno. foreign commerce whlchs crlmi
t al when committed by one pcrsoo
Nothing In the law will sanction n
resort to force or vlolcneo or Intimi
dation by a show of force. In nld or
furtherance or nny trade dispute, or
make Innocent or non-punishable any
firt done (aside fuim tho mere making
o' an agreement or eontrart) that t
otherwise puiiMiablc ns a crime.
Danish West Indians
to Vote on Treaty
Copenhagen. April 9 The Lands
thing (or upper bouse) of the Danish
I'Mllamout concluded its secret de
bate on the treaty providing for ITio
tale of the Danish West Indian Islands
lent moonlight conccrl wns given at t, u,e United States. A report will bo
Hon. II. I". liauiwins resiuence.
THEO. H. DAYIBS & CO., Ltd,
HARDWARE AND SADDLERY DEPARTMENT.
Spreckclsvllle. Camp 1. The band
stand, the grounds and the wholo house
were brilliantly lit up with myriads of
electric lights. The members of the
K. of P. with visiting brethren, were
guests of honor and they were receiv
ed In the spacious lanal by Hon. and
Mrs, II. P. llaldwln. A largo number
or invucci gucsis were micru m luu" ivnlsh West
........ I., fl.n ,c.n l.nln ft nt.t Willi, b,
, , , ,rV . ""', Hun holders of property
Knliiilul and Pain. Tho laborers from . . '.
tho other camps of the II. C. & S. Co
I wero also conveyed to tho concert in
inc irain. i.igiu rcircsiinicnis, sueu
as soda water, Ice cream nnd cake
wero scrcd to the guests, nnd the
largo multitude was well provided for.
It was 10 o'clock when the last
strains of tho band died away und the
free trains wero dispatched to Pain
to return the guests. After 11 o'clock
the last train left Piiunene. Camp 1. for
Walluku. All expressed themselves
very highly delighted with their kind
treatment by the host nnd hostess.
Tho band left Walluku at 8 o'clock
this morning where another elegant
luau awaits them. The week's cele
bration will conclude with a public
dnnco at the Lnhalna courthouso nrd.
A temporary dancing lanal has been
erected for the purpose, and nil Iji
halnn Is expected to turn out to greet
the band and glvo It such n send-On
that fond memories of Maul will linger
long In tho hearts of the bund and Its
r-t-tf'r'r-rt-r--M--f'H-f -f f-f-f
picsented fo rhiTlament In open ses
sion nt nn early uate.
The Lnndsthliig majority report.
vlileh was signed by thlrty-flvo mem
lcrs. recommends tne ratification of
I e treaty after n secret vote by elect
cis who aro qualified to vote for mem
hers of the Colonial Council of tho
Indies. These electors
Mnnor nnd upward. The plebiscite
hi'iictornin demanded Involved the
i' I tiro population, including tho ne
groes, so that th proposals nro rruch
Twenty-two supporters of tho Gov
ernment signed the minority report,
which Is In faor of the ratification of
the trenty without n plebiscite. The
Independent group, aggregating eight
members, signed a third report, ndvo
cntlng the ratification of the trenty
with n subsequent plebiscite of the on
The Lnndthlng will vote on tho re
port In open session next week, when
the question will bo returned to the
l'nlkctlilng (or lower bouse), which
has nlready ratified the treaty without
piovldlng for n plebiscite. A confer
ence committee will then bo appoint
ed, and It la thought posslhln that this
will pventunlly result In the adoption
of thp report submitted by the eight
In Bad Position
Ktllll'S m GLUB
PER S. S. "ALAMEDA"
New Line Golf Shirts
very latest In tho market.
SILK AND GRAPE SHIRTS. PONGEE
SILK FOR SUITS, direct from the Orient.
BIG LINE OF KIMONAS. - -
Robinson Block. Hotel Street.
General Merchandise. Dty Goods, Groceries.
Japanese Provisions, etc
MAGOON BLOCK, MERCHANT ftTREET.
IE3.. Eos: 886 IMZaim. 2i
TW0YVEEKSM0RE OF BIG SALE
At the store of Goo Kim. 1110 Nuuanti street. Tho finest of Orient
al silks and linens, consisting of dress goods and embroidered handker
chiefs 32 Inches square, and table covers 3fl and 41 Inches square Ladles
and gentlemen's furnishing goods and underwear; duck suits, hath robes;
remnants ot grass linen, figured silks and other goods.
GOO KIM, 1116 Nuuanu Street
Dcrlln, April 3. The Government
has been placed In a most awkwarJ
position on the prohibition of tho Im
port of meats treated with boraclc acid
by a declaration today of the Society
for the Protection of the Interests of
German Chemical Industry that the
Government did not consult the Im
perial Health Council. This body
composed of eminent specialists from
all parts of Germany, Is ndvlsory t
the Imperial Health Office. Tho Gov
ernment's statement in the North Ger
man Gazette Saturday afllrmed that th
council was unanimously for prohibi
tion. It now appears, according to thr
chemical society, that tho matter wa
novcr brought before the council.
A prominent members of the council
Informed tho Imperial Secretary of
Stato for the Interior, Count von I'o-sadowskl-Wchner,
prior to tho publi
cation of the statement In the Nortl
German Gazette that he was surprised
that so important a step had been tak
en without consulting the council,
which was decidedly agalnBt the pro
hibition. Tho KreUslnnlge Zeltung tomorrow
will say that It learns that the Count
was In the highest degree astonished
at this Information, since ho had been
assured that tho Health Council had
ounced unanimously for prohibi
tion. Further Inquiry In ministerial circles
failed to bring out anything reconcil
ing the Government's statement that
tho Health Council supported the pro
hibition with the fact that It did not de
Walluku, April 19 Tho concert glv
I en by l'rof Chas. Kclllnol's Glee Club
at Alexander houso last Saturday even
ing. April 12, for tho benefit of the
I Maui Athletic Association, was very
fairly attended. The receipts of tho
evening netted the association about
50 which will help reduce Us debts.
The singing of tho club was greatly
admired and a hope was expressed that
Mr, Kelilnol would contlnno In Ills
good work to furnish Walluku with ex
The BliiElng of Ilev. Canon Ault was
highly appreciated and ho gracefully
responded to an encore, C. V. Luf
kln favoicd those present with n few
selections on his cornet with Miss Luf
kln ns accompanist. Mr. Lufkln was
compelled to respond to an encoro as
I tho audience was both delighted and
charmed with his playing on his faor
Ite Instrument. "
P. O. BOI 991.
-TU'TisrcSr wo o:o:.AJrcr
TUB OLDEST CHi.-,BE FlRAV IN HONOLULU.
Duleu la Flti Silk, ml Or llo.ni. Clilniia ml J.rin.M Qool. ol All Kltli
nni. Nouinu lrttl
GEO, A. MARTIN, Tailor Boston Building.
AUen Electric "Belt'
pensory !s guaranteed
all the uiratlve proper
ties of the espenslve belts now sold by
doctors and druea! 's. It gives a very
Tho rare of the third class yachts of
the Hawaii Yacht Club for the Hutu
"up, Saturday ended In n victory for
tho I'rlncesH, which was ably sailed by
l'rlnce Jonah Kalanianaole. Tho other
starters wero tho Vl-ke, Kahuna, Myr
tle and Illhlmanu.
Tho Princess passed the spar buoy
nt 2:40. the Myrtle at 2: 19-CO. and the
Illhlmanu at 2:19:52. The Vl-Ko went
round at 2:50 nnd tho Kahuna at 2:61:
10, At tho bell buoy the positions were
the same, with tho exception that the
Vl-Ko had deposed tho Illhlmanu and
was occupying third place. Tho times
nt tho hell buoy wero: Prlncesj
2:53:30; Myitlc, 2:51:50; Vl-Ke, 2:53;
Illhlmanu, 2:55:10; Knhunn, 2:56.
The Vl-Ko rounded tho stake beat
first at 3:18:30 tho Myrtle at 3:19, and
tho Princess at 3.19-20. Tho Hlhlmaim
got round at 3:22. mid the Knhunn at
After rounding tho stake boat, which
was anchored off Walklkl, tho run to
I'onrl Hurbor was commenced. Kol
lowlng wero the times nnd positions at
the spar and bell buoys:
Iloll buoy positions Princess, 3:07;
Vl-Ko, 3:39:50; Olo, 3:11; Myrtle,
Troops Win Victory
Hongkong, April !. -Ailvlt-cH receiv
ed hero fuim f.ou Chou tny tho Impe
rial General Ma und Marshal Su havu
(I, tented the Kwaugsl rebels In n sail
(.tilnary battle nt Kong Cliuen. Tho
Imperial nriny was llrst clrhen back,
when Gfliernl Wong, with three qtilcli
f.iliig guns nild two Maxims, arrived
r.n the scene and turned tho tide. Tin
lebeis retieated tn tho mountain
strongholds, whemo they havo been
unking occasional sorties.
Muishnl Su is blocking the roads to
the sea polls from whlcll tho rebels
l.a( been derlUng their Htippllos. The
rcLillinii Inland Is spreading.
Washington, April 9. A cablegram
inched ut the State Department from
United States Consul McWnde at Can
nil Is to tho effect that Governor Peng
bus reported to Consul McWado that
the rebels in Kwangsl have been de
feated and an- being pursued by the
Impel lal troops. The missionaries nr
St. Petersburg, April 9. Tho Hub
slan military commander In tho
Kwang-Tung territory of Mnnch'irln
reports that C00 Chun Causes, not
Tunguses. ns previously reported, at
tacked the Kusslan post on tho Llnu
liver Inst month. Tim Chinese wero
icpiilseil with the loss of twenty men
M.Ied. Two Huskliins wero killed and
R,J: K III ai Hit W Ml JUUI llli lOlUX
5S; Vl-Ke, 3.1529; Myrtle, 3:17:10;
Olo, 3: 47-11; llililmanii, 3:10:12, K.i
hunn. 3:52:30; Ahhlo M 3 55.
The raeo was Unbilled as follows:
Princess. 1 12. Myrlle. 1:15; Vl-Ke.
5.00:10; Hlliimumi. 5:01.
FOR THE HOME
there Is no other light so convenient and Bntlsfactory as the Incan
descent electric lamp. NO DIS AGREEABLE ODORS; NO SMOKE
OR DIRT. Always ready for us n wlin n Roll, steady nnd brilliant llclit.
Let us glvo you figures on wlr Ing your house, nnd If you desire we
can lurnisn you Wltn tlio now " HYLO"LAMP. o 0 o o 0 o
HAWAIIAN ELECTRIC CO., Ltd
King Street. Telephone .'!0O
THE TRANSCENDENT ARC LIGHT
r.oo c. i.
Consumes nothing but ordinary Kerosene
Oil. The bust light known to science and
the cheapest. Havo received tho Highest
Awards at tho l'an-Amerlcan Imposition.
Sultnhlo for storo nnd halls, ami aro In tis-i
in good many of our prominent stores
throughout tho city, such as Wall, Nichols
Co.. Honolulu Drug Co., Holllstcr Drug Co.,
Mclnerny Shoe Store. L'llto Ico Cream Par
lors. Hawaiian Hotel and outers too numer
ous to mention. Wo also Iinve tho tamo
Arc Lamp to burn 12 hours, which Is suit
able for lamp to be placed In yards as n
protection against night prowlers. Our
lumps nro In use throughout all tho planta
tions. 1'or further particulars Innnlro of
WASHINGTON LIGHT CO, C,W. Macfarlane, M'gr
All sizes In quarter-sawed oak nnd beautifully finished.
Extension Dining Tables.
Axminster and Smyrna Rugs.
Tapestry and Chenille Portieres.
Holding chairs to let for any occasion, and tho very best uphols
tering done. Hlegant lino of fiirnliiiro In nil departments.
' PORTER FURNITURE CO,, LTD.
l-lMlier mock, opp. Love Did.. lTort Street.
Hawaiian Engineering and Construction Co.
ROOMS 503, 509, 510 STANGENWALD BUILDING.
P. O. BOX 834. TEL. MAIN jr
AH pluses ot Engineering Work solicited; Examinations, Surreys and Re
ports made for any class of Waterwork , Steam and Electric Constructloa;
Plans and Specifications and Estimates Prepared, and Construction Superli
ttnded, In all branches of Engineering Work; Contracts solicited for RJI
roads. Electric and Steam; Tunnels, Bridges, Buildings, Highways, Founda
tions, Piers, Wharves, etc.
Special attention given to Examinations, Valuations, nd Reports sO
Properties for nvesttnnt purposes.
FHEDEUI CK J. AMWEO, M. AM. Soc. O. .,
Engineer and Manner.
W. R. CABTLn JR.. Secretary and T reasnrer.
i C. J. DAY Zr CQ.-GROCERIESi
sht w '1 -I f-
0 NcccIh No Crcnin
o Needs No 8uur
I 122 KING STREET
o next to Bulletin Ottlco
0 PHONE MAIN 119
SHREVE & CO., San Francisco
To, facilitate trade with tho Hawaiian Islands, will uellver
all goods purchased or ordered of them, frco of all charges
for transportation to Honolulu or roturnlng samo to San
Francisco. Goods will bo sont on selection to those know
ing the firm, or who wilt furnish satisfactory references la
Jewelers, Gold and Silver Manufacturers,
Market tf Pout 8ts 8. P.
Illustrated CATALOGUE and prices furnished upon receipt
of request. Wo hnva tho largest manufactory of Jewelry
and Silverware west of New York City, and aro prepared to
furnish special designs.
strong current of electricity and Is ealiy
regulated. Hound to supersede otners. L.an
H lirtd friwn til 1 in. lord (rnail until rwi
asents; no discount. Clrcuhrfree. AJdresi 3:11:02; Hlhlmuiiii 3:12:45; Kuhiina.
"lercc ttlectrlc Co . 20O I'osKit.. 5 n a; m; quuie m. imuko uuuii, o:is:;iu.
Frai.tlseo. Sent free to Hawaii for S5.00 Spar buoy positions Princess, 3:39;
RECEPTION TO NICHOLS.
The committee of men who are ar-
langlng for the Hawaiian leeeptlon In
lilshnp Nichols will meet In the Sunday
school room at ":"0 o'clock this even
ing. Tho reception will lie tomuriuw
ceulng at 8 o'clock. All Hawaiian
members of the church aro cordially
J. De Turk's Table Wines
Justly known to bo tho CHOICEST
CALIFORNIA PRODUCT. A largo
supply of tho different varieties Just
H. HACKFELD & CO., LTD.
SOLE AGENTS AND GENERAL DISTRIBUTORS"
v THE HAWAIIAN TERRITORY.
A. V. GUAR, Pretiltlcnt.
EMMBTT MAY, Hccretnry.
The Honolulu Investment Co., Ltd.
Insure your Lite, Property, Household Goods or Merchandise
In tho best nnd strongest companies, ns represented by
The Honloulu Investment Go,, Ltd., Merchant St.. Judd Building
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