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EVENING BULLETIN. HONOLULU II. T., THUnSDAY, APRIL 24. 1502.
A Paultless Light
for the Home
A PERFECT BLENDING OF ELEGANCE AND ECONOMY
Wo tako considerable pleasure and a pardonable amount ot pride
In calling attention to our present stock or theso goods. As wo have
given particular attention to the selection and tho buying, It Is cer
tainly Bpeaklng well for tho stock when wo say that It Is superior to
any wo havo ever shown.
EXCEPTIONABLE VALUES THIS WEEK
Assorted patterns; per yard...
Satin Stripe Lawns
Assorted stripes; 9 yards for...
Plaids and Checks
Good assortment; 8 yards for..
Bayadere stripes, fine quality..
20c per yard
Fancy Lace Stripes
Pin patterns; 7 ynrds for
Plaids and Checks
Fancy effects, varied assortment
of patterns; C yards for
Fancy White Ducks
Vortical stripes; exceptional
quality; 6 yards for
75c per piece
Full line of Dotted Swisses, India Linons, Organdies, Etc.
Wo are still adding new goeds to our stock and tho prices aro
much lower than you would expect for such meritorious wares.
Among tho nev arrivals aro Svlss Tucklngs, In slnglo tucks, cluster
tucks and cluster tuck's with lace-work.
ALL OVER LACES and EMDROIDERIES. New assortment ot
BELTS and BUCKLES.
WAIST PATTERNS, In slll-.r and wash materials.
FRENCH CHAILLES, In Kn.plro Patterns, dress longing only
no two alike.
New Laco Curtains and Panels, Arabian Escurlal and Renaissance
Lace Curtains, Lace Door I'anols In wlilto nnd Arabian.
Ladies' Shirt Waists
Some exquisitely beautiful waists of sheer linen batiste, narrow '
hemstitch tucks and (rimmed with lace. Every woman who Is In
touch with tho decrees of Damn Fashion knows that laces are the
popular and accepted trimmings for spring nnd summer costumes of
all descriptions and you will find theso waists right up to Cite.
MOST RECENT PHOTO OF THE REV. T. DE WITT TALMAGE.
A WEAK BACK.
Some people suffer from this ailment
ncnrU all their lives. They are ner
vous and despondent 'through loss of
shop The fact Is their Kidneys are
weal, and are unable to perform their
proper functions. The best medicine
jto strengthen tho kidneys, stimulate
the liver and cure Indigestion, dyspep
sia, sleeplessness or malaria, fever
and ague, Is
Dr. Tnlmage was, next to Henry alter sending out many letters re
Ward lleecher, unquestionably tho 'questing money to rebuild the cl.m ch,
best Known of the pulpit orators of
DRY GOODS COMPANY, LTD.
We have just received a Large
Shipment of Choice POLO and
AUSTRALIAN RIDING SADDLES.
Also POLO STICKS and BALLS.
America, and until his resignation
from tho pastorate of tho Brooklyn
Tnbernaele In 1893 exerted a wide In
fluence through his sermons and writ
ings. Like so many other men who
have made their marK In the world,
took bis departure for the Holy Land
whero ho remained until tho church
was nenrly finished. This structure
tiro seated 5000 persons.
After serving tho church for f.ven
t-flvo years Dr. Talmago without
turning concluded n most eloquent
hiimon one evening by announcing
Dr. Tnlmage was born of middle class Ms resignation, and later accepted a
parents, who had tho usual hand-to-mouth
struggle with llfo In older to
Lrlng up their family. De Witt Tnl
mage was the youngest of twelve
children and was born at Hound
Biook, N. J.. January 7. 1832. Ills ed
ucation was of a superior order, and
hr was the fourth brother to enter tho
ranks of Christian preachers. Before
experiencing that chango In his relig
ious llfo which determined him to
call fiom Washington on September
26, 1803. He preached n formal fare
well Bormon on October Cth In tho
tafayettc Avenuo Churcn, In ?lrook
lyn, expressing his regret nt leaving
tl.r pastorato of tho Brooklyn Taber
nacle, with which ho had been asso
ciated so long. Ho accepted the co
pastorate of tho First Presbyterian
Church in Washington on October
8th, and, after serving four years, ro-
adopt the sacred profession, he spent ' signed on March 1G, 1899.
thiee years In n lawyer's office. As I Tnlmage, like lleecher, was a pnpu
a first stcD to the ministry ho entered Inr lecturer for many years. He com-
ccllege at New Brunswick, and in duo
time became a graduate of New York
University His first pastorato was
i.t Belleville. N. J., but his first suc
cess was achieved at 'Syracuse. N, Y.
Krom thero ho went lo Philadelphia.
Ho developed a peculiar style. Many
called It Irreverent, but tlicro Is no
question thnt Its vigor, itlroctncBS and
anecdotal quality, aided by lavish ges
tures, greatly Interested his Rearers.
Dr. Talmago was called to tho pas
torate of tho Central Presbyterian
Tabernacle, Brooklyn, In 18G9, when
the affairs of tho church wcro not In
hut every Item, and eery detail ol
work, or expense will have to be scru
tinized, and carefully weighed so that
no wasteful expendltuie may occur In
any department. And more labor sav
ing devices will have to be used, and
ocr thing done bj strut business
principles and on the most economical
Illlo. Haw-all April 10, '02.
There is mil) one ami that is the incandescent.
Alwajs rcaily for mc with a soft, brilliant anil
in aily linht. Does not Mtioke or smell. Adds the fin
idling touch to the wcll-furnishcd home and gives
cutninrt wherever ncil.
Ring ns up or, call for estimates mt wiring your
HAWAIIAN ELECTRIC CO., Ltd,
King Street. Telephone IJOO
THEO. H. DAVIBS & CO.,
HARDWARE AND SADDLERY DEPARTMENT.
nmnded good prices, as ho was always
srro to draw an audience. When the
lecture system began to languish Tal
mage devised the syndicate plan of
printing his sermons. They were rent
cut to a score of American newspapers
at.d printed cory Monday morning.
it lias been estimated tuot Talmago
thus spoke to over 2,00n.0n.) pcoplo
I ocry week.
Talmago wrote a number of valu
able liooks, among which aro "Crumbs
Swept Up." "Sports That Kill,"
"Abominations of Modern Society, '
"Llvo Coals," "Shots on Sundry Tar-
n flouilshlng condition. Tlo Influence . gets," "Lire or Cnrlst," "From Manger
uf his sensational preaching Boon ln-to Throne," nnd "The Pathway of
creased tho number of members, ho . Life." Of tho latter work more than
tl at In 1871 it was necessary to en- -lOO.O'O copies wero sold. "The Mar
large tho building. Tho Improvements rlngo King," published kome years
linil scarcely been completed when !rgo, was, published In every share anil
flic destroyed the structure. In 1871 form possible In Kuglnnil nnd Cnnada,
a new tabernaclo was completed nnd, ami was translated Into many of the
oiened for service. This building had 'languages In Km ope.
a seating capacity for GOOD persons,' Dr. Talmnge was married threo
and was tho largest Proshyterlan ! times, nnd all of his children save the
church In tho country. This structure eldest son. named after his father,
was destroyed later. Dr. Talmago, SLi vivo him.
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.
DIG LINE OF KIMONAS. -
Robinson Block. Hotel Street.
General Merchandise. Dry Goods, Groceries.
....Japanese Provisions, etc
MAGOON BLOCK, MEROHANT STREET,
3P . O- ZB02C 886 Justin. 21ft
TWO WEEKS MORE OF BIG SALE
At the store of Ooo Kim, 1116 Nutiami street. The finest of Orient
al silks nnd linens, consisting of dress goods and embroidered handker
chiefs 32 Inches squaro and table covers 30 and tl Inches square. Ladles
and gentlemen's furnishing goods and underwear; duck suits, hath robes;
remnantB of grass linen, figured Bilks and other goods.
GOO KIM, 1116 Nuuanu Street
IMI'or livening Ilullctln - We hope
Ilaldwln. Dillingham and Thiuston,
Hi" organUors or promnterii of tho Kl
hel Plantation Co, aro satisfied with
the present outlook of this phiitiitlon
for thnt Is more thnno can '-ay: as
this new bond Issue serins tn us to ho
another millstone aboui the neck of
this unfortunato affair. Wo had sup
posed that this $500,000 was to be used
to develop this plantation nnd to put, ter.
It on a paying basis. Instead of being Q3t plantations produce sugar for Pi,s
used to pay off the Indebtedness. And than this amount pioves this.
so Instead of dividends, aH wo had Again. I mnlntnln that for every mil-
pontes lit Klhel was J.T3 1.'U". 15 an
amount Biifllcleut If properly handled
to ralBe a crop of S000 to !M)00 tons ot
sugar, or at least that Is about what It
would cost on this Island to rnUo that
amount. It Is evident that If it cost
more than $100,000 for operating ex
penses for lulslng "OUO.lous, of sugav
there will bo iinthmg In It for the
stockholders. This would be ?J0 per
tun of sugar and should. If everything
Is conducted mi an economical plane,
never be exceeded, excepting In some
great emergency or unexpected dlsas-
The fact that some of the poor
l, O. Box 995.
THE OLDEST CHi. 5E FIRM IN HONOLULU.
DtaUu to Flo Silks tod Grtu Llntnt. Cta1nu od Jtpanm GooAi ol All Eluli,
tio-tit Nomnu trnt
GEO. A, MARTIN, Tailor Boston Building,
fondly hoped, tho bulk of this moncj
' I to go Into tho capacious maws ol
he promoters and agents. We lml
supposed that when Dillingham receiv
ed his $200,000 for promoting It and
Ilaldwln and Thurston their fabulomi
price for their land, they bad somu
thlug of real value to offer tho public.
Instead of this one horse affair. How
over, there aro men sangulno enough
to bcllcvo that this plantation, not
withstanding its many drawbacks,
will como out all right.
Thero Is said to be this In Its favor;
first, that there will bo no rent to pay,
which means n saving of $10,000 to
$30,000 per year; second, that tho soil
Is good nnd will yield seven tons of
sugar per acre, nnd perhaps more.
Third, that tliii water Is all right, and
that there Is u reasonable certainty of
Its getting u sufllclcnt supply; fourth,
that the cane can be milled ut a rea
fonablo price, and that there Is a pros
pect of cutting down expenses.
That It Is necessary to cut down ox
ptnses no ono will question, particu
larly when It Is reported for a crop of
1790 tons of sugnr the operating ox-
The Dr. MX- AUen Elert-ic "Belt'
(with sus- ?&yjj pensorv !s guaranteed
to posss mw all tilt ..uratlve proper
ties of the espeiulve belts now solj by
doctors and iuukr. '. It gives a very
tronc current of electricity and Is easily
regulated. Hound to supersede others. Can
be had from the undersigned only; no
neents; no discount. Circular free. Address
"lerce Electric Co , zofi Post St.. S n
Frai.i-lsoo. Sent free to H.iwull lor -$B,00
lion dollars a plantation Is capitalized
for, it should pi milieu MOO tons of mi
gar per year. And at this rate, the
natural output for Klhel plantation
should bo 15.000 tons of sugar per year.
Tho fact that some of the poorest plan
tations on this Island pioduce each
ear over 1000 tons of sugar with a
capitalization of only $.',00,000, and
which Is equal to 8000 tons of sugar
for u capitalization of ono million,
shows thnt fiOOO Is a ery low estimate
and that S000 would bo nearer the
mark, If everything were conducted In
a perfect manner. When Ookala plan
tation, one ot the poorest on the Island
can produce 1000 to 5000 tons of Biigar
per year on a capitalization ot $500,
000 It Is time for some of the good
places, that to much Is said about, to
In tho past too much money
been paid out, or rather thrown away
and wasted, not only at Klhel but on
most of tho other new plantations anil
too little rtgard has been paid to tho
rlghtH anil Interests of the sharehold
ers. .Money has been lavished on wells
that were m poorly situated as to ox
iludo almost any Idea of getting wa
ter, and the tiune may bo said ol
pumi'B, and nth r machinery and al
most every otlier undertaking.
Now this Idea that money can h"
thrown nn.iy n this manner will havo
to bo i hanged The Idea to that a
manage! should get $10 000 to $12,000
per year for conducting an unsiictesn
fill plantation Is another thing that
will have to go.
If tlio sugar Industry Is to he continu
ed on fhefec Islands, thero will have to
bo established a very different stats
of things from tliobo of the present
time, nnd not only will more econlml
eal measures have to bo put In force,
rniy J AI OUTS
Ilernc, Switzerland, April 10. Diplo
matic relations between Switzerland
and Itnly hne been ruptured. This
b.-llon nrlscs from the refusal of Swit
zerland to give satisfaction regarding
an article published In Geneva, tu
rn. 'ting the memory of tho murdered
The Ilundesrath has sent tho follow
In-; communication to Parliament'
Hegiettable misunderstandings havo
occurred between us nnd Slgnor Sll
vestrelli. the Italian Minister We hae
irlt constrained tn request the Itnllan
fii-vcinnient. In' the Interests of tho
peod relations of the two countries, to
ren1l Slgnor Sllvestralll. The Italian
Government, having refused to do so,
we broke off leladons with Slgnor Sll
vtetrclll, whereupon tho Italian Oov
einment. on Its part, has broken oft
icIutloiiH with our Minister at Home.
We shall publish the documents relat
ing to this conflict.
Tho article which led to the refer
cneTs appeared In nn nnarchlstle
sheet, published In Oenevn. Slgnor
Sihesticlll demanded thnt tho author
ities pioseciito the, paper", but tho
Swiss lia eminent replied It could
l et net without a complaint being for
mally lodged by tho Itnllan (lovern
mi nt. Itnly declined to adopt this
ecurso and tho coricHpondoneo follow
'iig llnally led to the rupture of dlplo
Go Into Cabinet
Washington. April 2. Notwlth
Binuilliig the fni t that the House Com
inlttee on Co m in cue havo begun hear
ings on the bill creating a Department
of Commeicc, tho opinion Is strong
iicioug Hepresentatlves on both sides
et the IToiibo that the bill may bo al
lowed to die on the calendkr. It was
stated at the House of Hcprescntn-
tles today, by ono of the most Influ
ential llopubllcnu members, thnt it Is
now The President's desire to promote
l.lt Boeretnry, CJeorge 11. Cortelyou, to
n Cabinet placo should tho Depart
ment of Commerce bill become a law.
Mauiln, April 4. There was a celo
biatlon hero today on the arrival at
this port of tho Btcamer I'eru, from
Snn l-'ranclsto, tho first direct Amerl
i an mail steamer to reach Manila.
The celebration was under the aus
pices of tho Chamber of Commerco
General I.uko Wright, acting Oovorn
or of tho Philippines, nnd Professor
Pinii C. Worcester ot tho Philippine
i ommlsslon, wcro the pilnclpal
THE TRANSCENDENT ARC LIGHT
r.oo c. i
Consumes nothing but ordinary Kerosene
Oil. The best light known to science and
ibe cheapest. Have received the Highest
Awards nt the Pan American Exposition.
Suitable for store and halls, and nre In us!
In good many of our prominent stores
throughout the city, such ns Wall, Nichols
Co.. Honolulu Drug Co., Holllstcr Drug Co.,
Mclnerny Shoo Store, Illlto Ico Crenm Par
tors, Hnwallan Hotel and otners (oo numer
ous to mention. Wo nlso Tiavc tho tame
Arc Lamp to burn 12 hours, which Is suit
able for lamps to bo placed In yards as rt
protection ngalnst night prowlers. Our
lamps are In use throughout all tho planta
tions. Kor further particulars inqutro of
WASHINGTON LIGHT GO. C. W. Macfarlane, M'gr
All sizes In quarter-sawed oak and beautifully finished.
Largo 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. Clcgant lino of furnfiure in all departments,
.PORTER FURNITURE CO., LTD.
l-lnher Block, opp. Love Bid., Port Street.
Hawaiian Engineering and Construction Co.
ROOMS 508, 509, 510 STANGENWALD BUILDING.
P. O. BOX 834. TEL. MAIN p
All classes of Engineering Work solicited; Examinations, Surreym and Re
ports made for any class ot Waterworks, Steam and Electric- Constnictloaj
Plans and Specifications and Estimates Prepared, and Construction Superin
tended, in all branches of Engineering Work; Contracts solicited for Ball
roads, Electric and Steam; Tunnels, Bridges, Buildings, Highways, Founda
tions, Piers, Wharves, etc.
Special attention given to Examinations, Valuations, and Report ft)
Properties for Investment purposes.
FREDERICK J. AMWEO, M. AM. 80c O. .,
Engineer and Manaier.
W. R. CASTLE JR.. Secretary nnd Treasurer.
I C. J. DAY & CO.--GROCERIES i
NcciIh No Crenm
Meeds No Sugn
Queenstown, April 15. (iunncr Lieu
tuiiint II. S. Bourne, Lieutenant Mil
let and 11I110 bluejackets wcro Instant
ly killed yesterday afternoon by the
liurftlng ol a 12 Inch gun on bonid tho
Ilrltlsh flrst-elnsH battleship Mars,
during gun practice o Hero Haven.
Ill ndditlun several men were Injured
P.1 the explosion. Tho breech of tho
gun blew out lifter It hnil twice miss
d Hu. Tho bodies of two men who
vi ie sighting tho gun weio scattered
to pieces and blown overboard. Tho
Injured siamcu wero brought ashore
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PHONE MAIN 119
SHREVE & CO., San Francisco
To facllltato trade with tho Hnwnllan Islands, will uellror
all goods purchased or ordered of them, freo of all charges
for transportation to Honolulu or returning samo to San
Francisco. Goods will bo sont on selection to thoso know
ing the Arm, or who will furnish satisfactory references In
Jewelers, Gold and Silver Manufacturers,
Market O PoHt Btn., 8. P.
Illustrated CATALOGUE and prices furnished upon receipt
of request. We have tho largest manufactory of Jewelry
and Silverware west of New York City, and are prepared to
furnish special designs.
J. De Turk's Table Wines
Justly known to ho tho CHOICEST
CALIFORNIA PRODUCT. A largo
supply of tho different arletles Just
H. HACKFELD & CO., LTD.
SOLE AGENTS AND GENERAL DISTRIBUTORS FOR
THE HAWAIIAN TERRITORY.
A. V. CnAIJ, I'rcHl.lent.
EMM12TT MAY, Secretary.
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY
Tako Laxative Hromo Quinine Tablet
All druggists refund the money It 11
fails to cure h.. W flrnve'n signature
- ereh it'ij Ifi pnt
The Honolulu Investment Co., Ltd.
Insuro your Lite, Property, Household Goods or McrclinndUe
lo the bent find tttrongeHt companies, nti represented by
The Honloulu Investment Go,, Ltd., Merchant St.. Judd Building
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