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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU. H. T TUESDAY. APRIL 20. 1D02
TAN KID GLOVES
only 50 cents
Our regular $1.25 and $1.50 four-button gloves, somo trimmed
wfth heavy black stitching and somo with Belf-colored stitching. A
full lino of sizes from C 3-4 to 7 1.4, only SOc per pair.
Reason for Reduction
Tho gloves belong to our ro3ervo stock nnd wo have Just discov
ered tho damp weather has slightly spotted them not enough to
In tiro them In wear or looks only In price. What wo lose Is your
gain. Tho early-comers will of course liavo first choice, nnd at tho
abovo price tho stock will bo qu.ckly disposed of. Como early.
LADIES' RIBBED UNDERWEAR
A complcto assortment In ml bIzcs and of every description Just
opened. Note prices below:
Whlto or unbleached, low nc.
neck, short sleeves 2 for -uu
Low neck, short sleeves, trim
med, In white, light blue r.
and pink '
Extra 'quality, three different
styles, In all sizes
A fine selection to chooso from,
fun lino of Sllkollncs, Art Den
ims, Art Ticking, Etc.
Fine Wash Fabrics
Now arrivals by every steamer IrMhls department keeps it tho
best In Honolulu. Wo are showing now tho latest novelties nnd tho
stock U moro complcto than over before. Inc'udcs: Dimities, Ba
tistes, Linen Tissue, Pineapple Batiste, 8llk-Mlxed Zephyrs Tolle de
.Sole, 8llk-Mlxed Orflandles, Sllk-ftrlped Orenadettes, Cotton Alpacas,
Etc., Etc. '
QUITE IMPORTANT Is our line of
DOTTED AND EMBROIDERED SWISS
They nre tho very latest effects, and' the white embroidered In
black Is very swell, cholco patterns, but only n limited assortment.
Dotted Swisses in white, light bluo, pink, cardinal, lomon, black nnd
DRY GOODS COMPANY, LTD.-
THEO. H. DAVIES & CO., Ltd,
HARDWARE AND 6ADDLERY DflPARTMIINT.
PER S, S. "ALAMEDA"
New Line Golf Shirts
very latest In tho market.
SILK AND CRAPE SHIRTS. PONGEE
SILK FOR SUITS, direct from the Orient.
' BIG LINE OF KIMONAS. - -
Robinson lllock. Hotel Street.
General Merchandise. Dry Goode, Grocerieu.
Japanese Provisions, etc
MAQOON BLOCK, MERQIIANT STREET.
TO BUY WHATSOEVER YOU WANT
OUR ENTIRE STOCK
MUST BE GLEANED OUT BY MAY 7th, 1902.
GOO KIM, 1116
t O. BOX SHI ll. I.
THE OLDEST Clli. SE FIRM IN HONOLULU.
Daln tn Flat Sllki tad Grail Llooi. Ctlntit tod Jtpaoti Gooii of All Klol.
-tto-vta Nuuanu itrMl
1 , GEO. A. MARTIN, Tailor Boston Building.
I Ribbed Vests
White, extra quality, full
assortment of sizes ....
High or low neck, extra
quality, laco trimmed OC
KNIT CORSET COVERS
Laco trimmed, very flno, rn.
No othor stock in tho city to
equal our lino of Laces, Trim
mings, All-Overs, Etc.
Wo nro always pleased to show
We have just received a Large
Shipment of Choice POLO and
AUSTRALIAN RIDING SADDLES.
Also POLO STICKS and DALLS,
AT FIGURES WAY BELOW COST
Objects and Working Law of
Builders and Trades Exchange
Tho nulltlcrs nnd Traders' Exchango
of Honolulu U formeil by tho under
signed and all other persons who mny
hereafter become associated with
them, ns hereinafter provided, to pro
moto trade, mechanical and Industrial
Interests by fostering In this commu
nity a sentiment In favor of retaining
at least a portion of tho business of
this city for tho benefit of American
citizens or thoso eligible to becomo
such and developing this community
on traditional American lines; to fur
nish and rogulate sultablo rooms Tor
dally meetings of said Exchange In tho
city of Honolulu, to Inculcate Just and
cmiltablo principles of trado; to es
tablish and maintain uniformity in
commercial usages by rules nnd rcgu
lotions, to acquire, preserve and dls
geminate alunble business Informa
tion: to adjust differences nnd settle
disputes between members, or bo
tvecn members nnd others; anil for
other purposes conducive to the Inter
ests of Its members.
Hours of Exchange 9 a. m. to 5 p.m.
Order of Business at Annual Meeting.
1. Call to order at 12 m.
2. Report of Secretnry.
3. Report of Treasurer.
4. Opening of Polls.
G. Closing of l'olls nt S p. m.
C. Call tn order nt 8 p. m.
7. Reading of Minutes of last An
nual nnd Special Meetings.
8 Report of Hoard of Directors.
9 Report of 8peclnl Committees.
10. Unfinished Business.
11. Report of Inspectors, of Election.
12. Announcement of Vote by. the
1.1. Installation of Officers elect.
14. Nov Iluslness.
ARTICLE I. Membership.
Section 1. Any Individual, firm or
ccrporntlon of good repute loented In
the Territory of llnwall whoso voca
tion connects him with the trade or
Industries or building may becomo a
member of this Exchango upon elec
tion by the Roard of Directors nftcr
bnvlng first paid tho Initiation fee;
piovlded that regular and special mem
ber of the Master Builders' Assocln
tlor. or the Territory of Hawaii In
good standing may become members
of this Exchange prior to July 1. 1902
without payment of an Initiation fee
b signing tho IJy-l.aws and Rules,
thereby pledging himself to observe
Sec. 2 Application for member
ship, excepting ns herein provided
shall bo made In writing addressed to
tilt Hoard of Directors and must btnto
the occupation, residence- nnd plnco of
business of (he nppllcant; It must bo
signed by him nnd havo the signature
o at least two members of tho Ex.
chnngo as recommendcrs nnd shall bo
accompanied by tho initiation fee,
which fee shall be returned in tho
exent of tho rejection of the appllcnnt.
The applicant must ngreo In said ap
plication that. If ndmltted. he will
sign and nbido by tho lly-f.aws nnd
RuIcb of tho Exchange.
See. 3. The name of any Individ
ral, firm or corporation wishing to be
como a member ofthis Exchange shall
bo posted In n conspicuous place In
tho Exchango room for one week nft
cr his application Is received. Tho np
pllcntlon shall then be leferred to
tho Committee on Membership, who
shall tnko action ns prnldcil In Ar
ticln III, section 10, clause a.
Sec. 4. Objection to tho admission
o.' any nppllcant must ln made In writ
ing or by personal appearance before
the Committee The application of n
rejected Individual, rm or corporation
enr not bo rcnowed under n less po
rlod than six months from tho dato
Sec. D. Tho election of any Appli
cant shall bo void unless the ascer
tained quarterly duos, hereinafter fix
ed. Is paid to tho Secret-iry within
two weeks after the notice of such
etlttlon shnll have been mailed to
raid applicant, which notice shall bo
mailed within one week after appli
Sec C. Upon payment of the ascer
tained quarterly dues tho member
shall sign tho roll, thereby pledging
himself to observe nil tho Rules nnd
l!-I.awn of this Exchange and receive
lilt, membership certificate and shall
then bo entitled to an nndlt tiled Inter
est' In tlio fund then on hand or Micro-
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H. CLAY EVANS. EX-COMMISSIONER OF PENSIONS.
Tho lenlgiiutloii of II t'luy Ewins ns coinmiSHluiie-r of pensions Is the
result of a long controversy nctlely puisiieel by (.rnnd Army men who
repeatedly demanded tho re mo Mil of Mr Evans 1'iei-iili'iit ItuONi-xelt. how
ever, bus made It clear thnt Sir Enus' cuuiae ns ecu hiUhhuht met with
his approval, nnd when Mr. Evans presented hl r nigniiunii n wiih uuili-rstoud
that bo was to be transferred to the diplomatic ci Wie
niter to be accumulated nnd to all tho
profits which may nccruo to the Ex
change, subject to the provisions of.
these lly-I.aws and Rules of the E.
change, as long ns ho continues to pay
the quarterly dues In advanco or Is in
n wtso disqualified.
Bee. 7. Any person recommended
by the Membership Committee may bo
tendered an honorary membership In
this Exchange by unanimous voto of
the llonrd of Directors, provided his
name shall havo first been posted on
tho membership bulletin board for ono
week. Any person duly tendered an
honorary membership shall, upon
written acceptance thoreor nnd agree
Inp to observe tho By-Laws nnd Rules
of tho Exchange, so far ns applicable,
become an honorary member and ns
such shall have, without cHarge or ex.
'penso to himself, all tho privilege's of
active members except tho right to nn
Interest In the Exchange property nnd
the right to voto or hold oltlce.
, Sec. 8. Tho name, business, ad
dress and rcsldcnco of all members,
together with the number of their let-
,ter box held by them In tho Exchange.
' ulinll be permanently posted In the
ARTICLE II. Officers.
Section 1. The officers of this Ex
lolnnge shall bo n President, two Vlco
;l'icsldcnts, a Secretary, who need not
'be a member of tho Exchnngc; a
I Treasurer and ten Directors.
I Sec. 2. Tho Executive Officers, ex
cept the Secretary, shall bo elected at
es.eh annual meeting for n year At
the samo time five Directors shnll lio
elected for a term of two years nnd
also three Inspectors of Election to
.nerve at tho next annual meeting. All
officers shnll servo until their succes
f.ors nro duly elected nmt nave quail-
I fled. Should vacancies occur nmong
Who Executive OfTlccrs or In the Hoard
of Directors, such vacancies shall bo
filled by tho appointment of n mem
ber or. members of tho Exchange by
tho Roard of Directors.
Sec. 3. Al a lime to be fixed upon
the adoption of theso By-Laws, thero
sl-nll bo elected nil of tho officers
herein provided for to be elected and
live Directors, nil of whom shnll hold
ofTIco until tho regulnr annual election
or 1903. There shnll also be elected
live Directors, who shall hold ofllco
"nt II the regular annual meeting of
Sec. I. It Is tho Intention that each
branch of business represented In
this Exchange shnll, so far as practi
cable, havo representation on the
Hoard of Dlrectuis.
ARTICLE III. Duties of Officers.
Section 1. It shall bo the duly of
the President to assumo general su
pel vision of tho nffnlrs of tho Ex
c'u.ngo, to preside and preserve or
der nt all meetings of the .Exchange
or of the Hoard of Directors, ami ho
shall havo the casting vote nt all
times. Ho shnll temporarily fill any
veenncy which may occur In any ap
pnlntho ofllco of tho Exchange nnd
nppolnt oil committees not otherwlso
provided for. Ho shnll countersign nil
wnrrnnts approved by tho I'lunnca
Committee drawn on tho Treasurer
nnd all certificates of membership and
In the nbtonc of tho Secretnry shnll
appoint one of the members to offi
ciate as Secretary pro tempore.
Sec. 2. Tho Vlco Presidents In tho
older of their seniority shnll preside
nt all meetings In the nlmence of the
President nnd In caso of sickness or
protracted absence of that officer
shnll dlschnrge his other duties.
Sec. 3. It shall be the duty of the
Secretary to net as Secretary of all
meetings of the Exchange. Hoard of
D'leetors and all committees nnd Keep
a eornVt record of their proceeding
III books prepared for that purpose
and to give proper notice of all meet
ings fo the Exchange. Hoard of 1)1
rectors and Committees. He shall col
lect all monies due tho Exchange nnd
iinuko nt lenst weekly return of rami)
to the Treasurer, tuklng his receipt
theferoi. lie shall sign nil wnrranls
drawn upon' the Treasurer Tor the
pajmiMit of, moneys, keep the accounts)
of the Exchange in books provided
lor that purpose nnd tako charge of
nil books, papers nnd other docu
nu ills belonging to the Exchnngc ex
ci pt thoso In the haniln of the Trens
uier. post all applications for mem
bership, notify nil applicants of their
clfptlnn or rojectlon, issue nil certlll
catos of membership and affix the senl
of the Exchange thereto; npprove nil
bills nnd havo Bamo attached to u
A WEAK BACK.
Some people suffer from this aliment
nearly alt their lives. They aro ner
vous nnd despondent through loss of
I sleep. Tho fnct Is their kidneys are
I weak and are unnble to perform their
I proper functions. Tho best medic Ino
to strengthen tlio kidneys, stimulate
tho liver nnd euro Indlaestlon. dvsoen-
la, alecplessness or malaria, fever
and ague, Is
i monthly statement when submitted to
tin- 1'lnnnco Committee for their ap
ptoval. and perform all other duties
properly belonging to his department
oi required of him by the President or
Hoard of Directors,
See. 4. Tho Secretnry shall en
i!cnur to collect past due accounts
left with him ugnlnst members. Tho
.Secretary shall furnish upon applica
tion the best Information obtainable
as to the financial standing of nny
party or parties about to build or con
sumers of building material.
I Sec. C. It shall bo the duty of tho
I Treasurer to receive from the Secre
tary all monies and dues belonging to
the Exchange and give receipts for
samo to him and keep n correct ac
count of all monies received. He shall
deposit all monies coming Into his
hniids belonging to the Exchange In a
bnnk or trust company In his tiama ,
ns Treasurer or the Iluildcrs and Tra '
.elers" Exchange of Honolulu. Hawaii '
I He shnll pay all warrants drawn on I
him as Treasurer of said Exchango
orly when signed by the President or
one of the Vice Presidents nnd the
Secretnry. lie shall present to the
Hoard of Directors nt Its stnted meet-
MngB (If requested) nnd to tho Ex
e liunge nt Its nnniial meetings nnd to
the President, when required by him,
a statement of the receipts and ex
pei'dltures and the condition of Hi
See. (i. Ilefore entering upon their
di.tles, both the Secretary and tho
Treasurer Blind Hie with tho President
nn Indemnifying bond payable to tho
Echango for nn amount and with
such sureties as may be npproved by
the Hoard of Directors and at the end
i of their service tney shall turn over
i a'! funds, receipts, papers or other
piopcrty of tho Exchange In their pos
session or under thefr control to their
successors duly qualified.
I Sec. 7. Tho Hoard of Directors
(.ball havo charge of nil property of
the Exchango not In tho hnnds of tho
i Treasurer; shall fix the compensation
of the Secretnry and Treasurer for
their sen Ices, appoint a Secretary
land all other employees nnd determlno
their salnrlcB: nnd, except ns herein
otherwise specified, shall be vested
I with authority to ilo or cnuso to bo
dene nil things necessary or Incident
tn the promotion of the wtlfnro nnel
lulelests of the Exchange contemplat-
.Pel by tho Hylews or Rules.
I See. 8. From nmong the Hoard of
, Directors the President shnll nppolnt,
wmiin one ween niter ineir election.
the following standing committees.
e-neh consisting of fle members: a
Committee on Membership, a Com
mlttei! em Rooms, n Committee on
Aibllratlnn. n Committed on rinnnro
I'm! n Legislative Committee The
Piesidcnt shall also nppolnt from tho
members of the Exchnngc (nono of
whom shnll be officers or directors of
the Exchange when nppoliited) n
Committee on I.lbrnry mid n special
Committee on Complaints to consist
ot three members each.
See 0. Tho Hoard of Directors
nhall rerelvo tho report of tho Com-
nutte'o em Membership and voto by
ballot on tho admission of members
No pel sou shnll be ndmltted to mem
bership by Icbs than a majority voto
of the Hoard of Dlre-etoi-B.
Sec 10 Duties nnd PowcrJ of
t lance a. Tho Commltteo on Mem
bcrshlp shall meet evory month or
on call of the President or Its Chnlr
man to recelvo all objections to nppll
c nts for membership and shall treat
Mich abjections as inado In confl
d !' i They shnll Investigate all
w'ie-,c names hnvo been ported for
can week ami report the results of
U r labors to the Hoard of Directors
oi their first meeting thereafter.
C l.uiso b. 'I he Committee on
Rooms shall meet every month or qn
enll of the President or Its Chairman
mid shall hao chargo of tho rooms
used by tho Exchango nnd eeo that nil
niit-irnrlc nro proporly nppolnted.
The y shall formulate and post rules
fir tho government of members nnd
w.'r.rs to the Exchango and seo to
the enforcement thereof.
C muse c Tn tho Arbitration Com
mittee anv dispute or difference) bo
t een members or between members
nnd others In mntterr of business mny
h referred for settlment. All per
snna who may desire 'tho services of
sui h Committee shall file with the
See tan nn ngicemcut In writing to
mint It theli enso to tho Committed
and to bo bound by Us decision When
mi h agreement Is filed with tho Sco
re tarj (he Piesldent or Its Chairman
Uhull enll a meeting within ten dnya
te hear ami ilcclcltt such controversy
nn , l.nll ,.ln tn 1 1. n ....() I.. Il
; II, i "t,,i Hi" i,J ,,,u ii-iiiu-a in unci-
r-i nt least fivo days' notice of the
I tunc nnd pluco of bucIi meeting, un
1 -tirh notice Bhnll bo waived in
w ng by said parties. Tho Secie-
r oi this Exchango nnd ench mem.
brr ot tho Arbitration Commltteo wha
rhnil be present nt tho hearing of n
ml. milted ease shall be entitled to
the sum of (he dollars for cntli sit
ti to be paid In equal parts by
. e h party to tho controversy. A mom
lir who shnll submit his caso tn tho
I i-IhIoii of the Arliltintlnn Commit
te ' and refuses to nbido by such do
(Continued on pago V.)
A Faultless Light
for the Home
There is only ere and that is the incandescent.
Always ready fo. use with a soft, brilliant and
steady light. Does net smoke or smell. Adds the lln
ishiiifj touch to the well-furnished home and gives
comfort wherever used.
Ring us up or call for estimates on wiring vottr
HAWAIIAN ELECTRIC GO., Ltd,
King Street. Telephone 300
All sizes in quarter-sawed oak nnd
Largo stock of
Extension Dining Tables.
Axminster and Smyrna" Rugs.
Tapestry and Chenille Portieres.
Folding chairs to let for any occasion, and tho very best uphols
tering dono. Elegant lino of furnliuro In all departments.
PORTER FURNITURE CO., LTD.
PI slier IltocL-, opp. Love Ulil., Fort Htreet.
.Hawaiian Engineering and Constrnction Co.
ROOMS 503, 509, 510 STANGENWALD BUILDING.
P.O. BOX 834. TEL. MAIN -jt
All classes ot Engineering Work solicited; Examinations, Surrey and 1U
porU made for any class of Waterworks, Steam and Eleclrlo Construct!;
Plans and Specifications and Estimates PrepAred, and Construction Suporla
tnded, in all branches of Engineering Work; Contracts solicited for Rail.
roads, Electric and Steara; Tunnels, Rrldges, Buildings, Highways, Founla
Ions, Piers, Wharves, etc.
Special nttcntlon given to Examinations, Valuations, and Reports ti
ropertlrs for investment purposes.
FREDERICK J. AMWEQ, M. AM. Soc O. .,
Engineer and Wanafor.
W. H. CASTLE JR.. Secretary nnd Treasurer.
C. J. PAY Sr CO.-GROCERIES
NcciIh No Crenm
o NcedH Nu Suijur
I 122 KING STREET
o next to llullctln Office
PHONE MAIN 119
SHREVE & CO., San Francisco
To facilitate trade with tho Hawaiian Islands, will deliver
all goods purchnscd or ordored of them, frco of all charges
for transportation to Honolulu or returning samo to San
Francisco. Qoods will bo sent on selection to those know
ing tho firm, or who will furnish satisfactory references In
San Francisco. d
Jewelers, Gold and Silver Manufacturers,
Mnrket tV Pout Hte., 6. F.
Illustrated CATALOGUE nnd prices furnished upon receipt
of request. Wo have tho largest manufactory of Jowelry
nnd Sllvorwnro west, of Now York City, and aro prepared to
furnish special designs.
I. 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.
80LE AGENTS AND GENERAL DISTRIBUTORS FOR
THE HAWAIIAN TERRITORY.
A. V. GHAi:, I'rcHltlent.
The Honolulu Investment Co., Ltd.
InHuro your Lite, Property, Household Goods or Merchandise
In tlio bciit nnd HtronjJcHt companies, as represented by
The Honloulu Investment Co., Ltd,, Merchant St., Judd Building
THE TRANSCENDENT ARC LIGHT
GOO C. P.
Consumes nothing but ordinary Kerosene
Oil. The best light known to sclcnco and
the cheapest Havo received tho Highest
Awards at tho Pan-American Exposition.
Sultablo for storo and halls, nnd nro in ust
In good many of our prominent stores
throughout tho city, such ns Wall, Nichols
Co., Honolulu Drug Co., Holllstcr Drug Co.,
Mplnerny Shoo Storo, Elite Ico Cream Par
lors. Hawaiian Hotel and otners too numer
ous to mention. Wo also Tiavo tho tamo
Arc Lamp to burn 12 hours, which Is sult
ablo for lamps to bo placed tn yards as a
protection against night prowlers. Our
lamps aro In uso throughout all the planta
tions. Kor further particulars Inquire of
WASHINGTON LIGHT GO. G, W. Macfarlane, M'gr
IIMMETT MAY, Hecretnry.
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