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nVHNINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU. H. T., THURSDAY. MAT 1, ISM.
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TAN KID GLOVES
only 50 cents
Our regular 91.25 and (1.60 four-button gloves, somo trimmed
with heavy black stitching and somo with self-colored stitching. A
full line of sizes from 5 3-4 to 7 1-4, only GOc per pair.
Reason for Reduction
Tho gloves belong to our reserve Btock and wo have Just discov
ered tho damp weather has slightly spotted them not enough to
Injuro them In wear or looks only In price. - What wo lose Is your
gain. Tho early-comers will of courso havo first choice, and at tho
abovo prlco tho stock will bo qu.ckly disposed of. Como early.
LADIES' RIDDED UNDERWEAR
A complcto assortment In all sizes and of every description Just
opened. Note prices below:
Whlto or unbleached, low
neck, short sleeves 2 for
Low neck, short sleeves, trim
med, In white, light bluo C
Extra quality, three different
styles, In all sizes ... Or.
A flno selection to chooso from,
full lino of Sllkollncs, Art Den
ims, Art Ticking, Etc.
White, extra quality, full
assortment of sizes ....
High or low neck, extra
quality, laco trimmed
KNIT CORSET COVERS
Laco trimmed, very flno, pn
No other stock In tho city to
equal our lino of Laces, Trim
mings, All-Overs, Etc.
Wo aro always pleased to Bhow
Fine Wash Fabrics
New arrivals by every steamer In this department keeps It the
best In Honolulu. Wo aro showing now tho latest novelties and the
stock Is more complcto than ever before. Includes: Dimities, Ba
tistes, Linen Tissue, Pineapple Dntlste, Sllk-Mlxed Zephyrs Tolle de
8ole, Sllk-Mlxed Organdies, Sllk-Slrlped Grenadettes, Cotton Alpacas,
QUITE IMPORTANT Is our line of
DOTTED AND EMBROIDERED SWISS
They are tho very latest oh'tcts, and tho whlto embroidered In
black Is very swell, cholco patterns, but only a limited assortment.
Dotted Swisses In white, light blue, pink, canllnul, lemon, black and
IS ABSORBING TOPIC
Evidences of Unrest Throughout the
Empire-Student Glass Will Not
Be Put Down General
St. Petersburg, April 18. The assas
sination of M. Slplagulne, the Minister
of the Interior, who was shot at thn
Ministry, April 10, by a student named
Ualsahonstt, Is still the absorbing topic
of conversation, but one sees no men
tion of the case In print. The papers
liae been forbidden to mention the
event. The murderer Is sllll nllve In
Jail, where, ho dcllautly refuses to
nnswer questions. Tho case Is caus
ing the police untold anxiety, '.spc
clally since It has developed thai the
nssaBsIn v.ns held nlno days without
being rcglstcicd, In spite of the sup
posed omnipresence of t,he secret ser
vice ofllcers. The gravity of the cltua
tlon Is Illustrated by tho fact tint a
high olllclal visited the police authori
ties and catechised them as to whether
they are now harboring any unregis
The icports of unrest In the conn- ,,, ,. rnmianv. It In itosslbU
try south of Moscow Increase. That i that thc international Navigation
locality is described as being In a state tympany will lie made the parent rom
of turmoil. j pany. The question now tinker ron
Thc details of thc burning of tlio i ,,,,,, ig tllu ,iCI,irnblllty of this
Duke of Mecklenburg's chateau In , ,,,an ngallllt ,10 organization ef f
Southeast Hussla show that a small I ... .. . rnnirnl thn nncra
DAILY STEAMERS LEAVING
PORT OP NEW YORK
Belter Trans-Atlantic Service at De
creased CostMany Years Under
Consideration Ships Sub
Philadelphia, April 20. Clement A.
Grlscom, president of tho Internation
al 'Navigation Company, one of the
lHo trans-Atlantic stcamshli eompa
nlcs which have been merged under
the direction of J. P. Morgan, today
said ho was unable to speak definite
ly regarding tho financial plan, as
that was a matter for the consider.!
tlon of Morgnn nnd his partners, which
will perhaps bo decided Upon shortly
In any event, President Orlscom
said, tho consolidated companies
would piobably be in operation undei
the nuw conditions within 'a few
months. So far as thc negotiations
regarding tho merger are conerncd
they havo Item completed. Agrco
irtnts for n controlling Interest In
each of the various lines have been
secured and nil that now remains tt
lo accomplished Is the organization of
army of peasants was Involved In thn
uprising. They destroyed everything
on thc estate which was not worth
That there Is widespread apprehen
sion In official circles Is evidenced by
thc fact that ccn officials of thc Min
istry of the Interior are found who ,,,, Ule 1I0lclIlli,ry
jrt?uu uiu uihiuusij iiiii'ussiuit; eiury
uim ii sori oi i.uy array m w.uvu cf,mpnlly W , npM tills country
pensants Is marching from Poltava, ,, '.. . .,rlr,lv, .,0I1,llinni nr.
Urns ot the combined ilneB. Orlscom
Tho capitalization of tne consolidat
ed companies will he In tho neighbor
hood of $200,000,000 Working capltal.of
courso, will be provided, nnd tho prof
its and reserve fund hiiuiiIi! enable us
Ionization, preserving the various
seventy miles from KharkofT, to St,
UlUBimn, mmlmnlrt lnrt.1,1,..! In tlin pnnsnlilln
The promotion of Senator ton Pie- TVHpcctinK tlll.r national and lo
:we to be Minister of the Interior In ... ' ....
rW . STOMACH
A WEAK BACK.
Some people suffer from this aliment
nenrly nit their lives. They aro ner
vous and despondent through loss of
sleep. The fact Is their kidneys are
weak and are unable to perforin their
proper functions. Tho best mcdlclno
to strengthen tho kidneys, stimulate
tho liver and euro Indigestion, dyspep
sia, sleeplessness or malaria, fever
and ague, Is
The Light That Failed
WAS NOT FROM AN
INCANDESCENT ELECTRIC LAMP
The Incandescent lamp is always ready for use nnd docs not
require refilling, cleaning, trimming of wicks, etc. Has no dis
agreeable oilor and does no t smoke or heat up tho rooms. A touch
to tho button turns on a so ft.jgteady light and gives additional
comfort wherever used. N o modern home complete without It.
Hlng us up or call for estimates on wiring your house.
HAWAIIAN ELECTRIC CO., Ltd,
King Street. Telephone 300
DRY GOODS COMPANY, LTD.
succession to M. Slplagulne rcenlls tho
circumstances, familiar in olllclal cir
cles here, under which he first secured
Ills directorship of the Department ot
Police, which he has held since ISM.
General Count I.orls-Mellkoff, the then
Minister of thc Interior,
Tho object of the company Is to try
to glvo better trans-Atlantic scrvlic nt
a etccicnscil cost. Hfreloforo the trade
Ins been cxtiavagantly conducted and
wo prowise to operate more lutein
Wo expect Ir
rrrtitll- In llln ftllnri
when Czar Alexander II was killed llno '" Witc a system of dall
March 13. lisi. and arrived here at 3 ePrlurr. rom New Wk nn Inn
' o'clock on the following morning. Thu
i Director of the Department of Police,
who was wholly incompetent, was also
vrtlon thnt Is a rent necessity
The negotiations hne covered n
pcilod of many yenrs. nnd I vnB In
We have just received a Large
Shipment of Choice POLO and
AUSTRALIAN RIDING SADDLES,
Also POLO STICKS and BALLS,
THEO. H. DAVIES & CO., Ltd.
HARDWARE AND SADDLERY DHPARTMENT.
;ni, niio (lion t i it I'll no
absent, and the olllcc was In charge ot trl " . "" "J" " '",' "",",,.
1-,. i hit iiunnuL- in mi- ni,., diiii-ii.i
hill would have one effect, ro far ns
Washington, April 21. Senator Tel
ler today Introduced a resolution de
claring It to be the sense of the Senate
that the sedition laws In force In thn
Philippines should be repealed. Thc
resolution is preceded by a preamble
citing thn arrest of thc newspaper edi
tors of thc Freedom and Volcano, pub'
lUhcd In the archipelago, and asserting
that they aro to be tried under these
laws by Judges who owe their appoint
ment and tenure of olllto to tho (Jov
ernment Commission, for thc criticism
of which the men arc to be tried .
The last paragraph of thc preamble
and thc resolution nro as follows;
Whereas, by the enactment of such
laws nnd thu denial of trial by Jury
of those accused under them, the ad
ministration of such laws by Judges
oppointid by tho officials itgalnst
whom tho offenses are alleged to have
liccn committed and' who havo reserv
ed to themsches the right to remove
such Judges nt pleasure, cery vestige
of civil illicit) Is deslrujcd, personal
liberty nnd property aro without the
security ot law, and the Filipino people
are being taught to hato thc Culled
THE TRANSCENDENT ARC LIGHT
noo c. p.
Consumes nothing but ordinary Kerosene
Oil. Tho best light known to sclenco and
the cheapest, Havo received tho Highest
- Awards nt the Pan-American Exposition.
Suitable for store and halls, and are In ush
In good many of our prominent stores
throughout the city, such ns Wall, Nichols
Co., Honolulu Drug Co., Holllster Drug Co.,
Mclnerny Shoe Store, Kllto Ice Cream Par
lors, Hawaiian Hotel nnd outers too numer
ous to mention. Wo nlso havo tho came
Arc Lamp to burn 12 hours, which Is suit
able for lamps to bo placed In yards as a
protection ngalnst night prowlers. Our
lamps nro in uso throughout all the planta
tions. For further particulars Inquire of
WASHINGTON LIGHT CO, C. W. Macfarlane, M'gr
It I States even ns much ns they haled
! u young nnd Inexperienced official
Afl., llm f-,t- 1lf..l flit, tiltllfn.v -nm
. . . .... . .. . .. ',1m nnw pntprnrlni Im rnneeru.d.
mnnucr or su ci'iersourg wruie to i ne - -...,-.. , , l ut,in. iiH.nrirp i. it
uw,,tnrn, i.ii.. innnil, u-hm i., would enable us to sail shins mw i' '. "'irifore be. t
..i .....,., ,. ..-..! ., I'lilldlliR and hereafter built under the
mill iicii;! wuiiiii uu iiniivii, uu.i mi- ,. ,
nounclng that everything was ready for American llag on an equal """"nR
thc execution. The young olllclal, In ,w-" "'"I "'Lr """''( "-
perplexity, asked for the advice of M. ' P'lbllshe.l statements thnt tho ship
Plehewe coolly assumed tho entlro , iilislily bill would enable us to Rail
charge of the department, nnd never ir foreign vessels under the Stars
left the oiTlce after that. Tho Director Innd Stripes nro Ineorrect. as tlir. bill
of Pollco Immediately resigned. M. I specincH inni oniy Amenran uuiii
Plchcwe conducted thc proEecutlon of ' ships enn benefit by Its provisions, anil
tiie recklJcs. Tho present police or-1 furthermore, such a courso If porsiuic,
sanitation is his work
ItUREKFORD WANT8 HBAT.
Charles Ileresford has decided to con
test the sent in thc House of Com
mens representing Woolwich, mndo
vacant by the retirement ot IMwIn
Hi'ghcH, former Conservative agent
lor thu city of London, Kent am
Gicenwlrh. I'nusunl Interest Is tak
Is contrary to the whole scheme,
Wo have existing only lour smnll
vecsels that might benellt by tho pas
sego of this bill, nnd they nro on the
Mn. Irt. W'l.lli. I,. Ihn rniaKilmi Irflili,
L Adijilral Lord . wl1'rll thoy nr; now onmR. the
irolslons of tho bill would not spply
te. them. The consolidation will re
tail! In better trans-Atlantic smlre.
nn re uniform rntm, n Just distribution
of traffic over nil American nnd Cana
dlati seaports. Increased lines on tho
Pacific and services to South America
i" tinirlc may Jutdlfy. HaUng lines
PER S, S. "ALAMEDA"
New Line Golf Shirts
very latest In the murkct.
SILK AND CRAPE SHIRTS. PONGEE
SILK FOR SUITS, direct from the Orient.
BIG LINE OF KIMONAS, - -
Hol)lnnon Kloclt. Hotel Htrcct.
General rYIerchandlec. Dry Goods, Groceries
Japanese Provisions, etc
MAGOON BLOOK, MEROHANT hTREET.
I.O-3302c886 ISvgaAn 2U
en In tho eandidacy In conseiiuento
of the Admirals letent strictures on bltwun ClXval Ilr,tn,n nllll Australia
tho condition of the Urltlsh navy and ,on, N(w Zoalnni, nm, ,nmt0 t.onnoc
iho cffoits of certain members oC Par- . ,, t.r .,,,, AmrTr.ln ,,,.
Ilament to Induce the Admiralty tc . , )(, ,,,,, , (ll9lrli,ut(I
iuLi,iuiH. . in ., .- u, ... ..V.-...-...I tuUr .)r(lllll(.,g ,m thniUBh bills of lad
Puller was disciplined. , nn(, nvoll, , 0X1nKI, ()f lrntliI
' UlilnmeniM which thev now Incur. The
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY . jircdiicttc of the furni will be shipped
. , . , , i from tho seaport most inmenlcnt to
rako Laxative Dromo Quinine TabloU ' , , f ,,ro,,llctln. T w,.t ex.
;V.dSi8 rdnVhr.n,eI. ."llent'theso new services w... be con-
IIUII IU I..IU, .. ... w.U,U. ..o- , . . , ... , ..... ,,,.
JB CODtS. JOUCllHl liy Hirailliiiii. uuiii in ni
. , country and sailed under tho Amerl-
tci, llag (lepenus upon i. ongress.
llrsohed, That It Is thc sense of tilt
Senate ot tho United States that tin
sedition laws should be Immediately re
pealed, nnd prosecutions under them
Immediately ceaieil, and that no person
hhall hereafter be punished by death,
Imprisonment or flno In the provinces
of the Philippines In which armed re
slstame to the nuthuilty of the United
States has teased unless tub accused on
demand has been tried by a Jury of his
peers ami olllchilly prnuounied guilty,
and, further, that thereafter In tho
courts of said chlpel.igo, when the
offense charged lonsluts of words spok
en or written ngalust any citizen ot
oflklnl or department of said Govern
ment, the truth of said words spokeu
or written may be given In evidence
ami shall constitute u full and perfect
Ib on each box.
The Bulletin, 75 cents pt-r month.
All sizes In quarter-sawed oak nnd beautifully finished.
Largo stock ot
Extension Dining Tables.
Axminster and Smyrna Rugs.
Tapestry and Chenille Portieres.
Folding chntrs to let for nny occasion, and the very best uphols
tering done. Elegant lino of furnliuro In alt departments.
PORTER FURNITURE CO., LTD.
IMhIicp Itlnck. opp. Love Bid., Port Street.
Hawaiian Engineering and Construction Co.
ROOMS 503, 509, 510 STANGENWALD BUILDING.
P. O. BOX 834. TEL. MAIN 7c
AH classes ot Engineering Work solicited; Examinations, Surveys and JU
xjrts made for any class ot Waterworks, Steam and Electric Construction;
Plans and Specifications and Estimates Prepared, and Construction Superta
'nded. In all branches ot Engineering Work; Contracts solicited for IU11--o&ds.
Electric and Steam j Tunnels, Bridges, Buildings, Highways, Koun da
tons. Piers, Wharves, etc.
Special attention given to Examinations, Valuations, nd Report! tO
"ropertlr for Investment purposes.
FREDERICK J. AStWEO, M. AM. Boa C. tt,
Engineer and Uanaxer.
TT. )l. CASTLE JR.. Secretary and Treasurer.
I C. J. DAY & CO.-GROCERIESi
Absolutely the Last Chance!
TO BUY WHATSOEVER YOU WANT AT FIGURES WAY BELOW COST
OUR UNT1RE STOCK
MUST BE GLEANED OUT BY MAY 7th, 1902.
GOO KIM, 1116 Nuuanu Street
f. O bos ws '" "
THE OLDEST CHi. SE FIRM IN HONOLULU.
Oa.l.t. In FIqi Silks tod Giiii Lion., Chin... tol Jipio... Oooit l All Kll4l.
fio-.it Nuuanu ttrMt
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GEO. A, MARTIN, Tailor Boston Building.
RUBBING DOWN THE PRESIDENT'S FAVORITE
HORSE AFTER A SHARP GALLOP.
It has hecn mnny years since WusliliiKton hus wen a ihlcf execullvo nnd
his wlfo Rnllop on horseback up to the door of thu White limine, hut now
the sight Is no longer n sreat nou-lty there. Almost cicry dny President
Roosevelt takes n canter, and he Is often accompanied liy Mrs. Knoccvclt.
who Is nn excellent liorsowomnn and loves the spoit. When she does not
go, tho president Is accompanied only by n cavalry ordeily detailed fur tho
service That Mr. Itooscu'lt Is no ueiitlo rider Is wiieliiHlwIy proml hy
the fnct that only the other day n eiiviilryinnii who had iicc-niiipaiil.-tl him
on oiiii of his nutiuKs returned with n badly f-pinlned nnUle. the result of a
inoro than usually stienuous eioks country Kallop after his chief.
Corbett and Filz
In Friendly Bou,t
New York. April 2L--.'or thn llrst
time since their meinorahlo IlKht u
Carson City, nearly llvo years uro
Jim Coilictt nnd Huh Fttzslmiuoiis u.o
today and put in; thu Kloves. I'm,
meeting touk plaro at a local Kymim-
Hiuin and three last rouiids wero box
rd by tho two -ux-ehamplons. Thu
manner In which they used tho five
tiuticu mlts demonstrated that neither
of them has lost nny ot his knowledgi
of thu flno points of tho gamo.
Corbett wns least prepared for thc
fiuy, as he has only been In trnlnlni
tor five days. Ho was punching the
bag for tho edification of n party 01
friends when Kltzslnunons rnmo In
fter they had discussed tho pros
peits of gutting on a match with Jet
'rles, Corbott proposi-d a boxlnp.
match ami tho men went at It. Fit
slmmons stripped in magnificent form,
but C'orli.'tt was n trlllo llnbby and
In tho first round Corbett was as
fast as nt yore. Ho danced around
Pob, Jabbing, side-stepping and swing
mg, nnd ritzslmmons retaliated In
kind In the second round some bare!
blows nere exchanged by both. Fitz
leng reach offset tho effectB of Cor
In the final minute of the last round
II wns a difficult task to keep track
of all tho blows. Corbett was puffing
nl tho finish, whllo Hob was as fresh
as a daisy. When It was all over thoj
shook hands and both"' got rubber'
down. Then they complimented each
other aud said that thoy would be
pleased to box again under slmllai
A gigantic structure In the form of
nn umbrella and on tho outer of the
I'errls wheel. Is to bo n featuro of thc
St Louis Midway although It Involve.
tho expenditure of a "round sum."
! WE SELL
Neciltt No Cecum
o Needs No fiu(Jur
122 KING STREET
o next to Bulletin Office
I PHONE MAIN 119
SHREVE & CO., San Francisco
To facilitate trade, with the Hawaiian Islands, will uellver
all goods purchased or ordered of them, freo ot all charges
for transportation to Honolulu or returning satno to San
Francisco. Goods will bo sont on selection to those know
ing the firm, or who will furnish satisfactory references In
Jewelers, Gold and Silver Manufacturers,
Market f Pot 8tn., 8. P.
Illustrated CATALOOUB nnd prices furnished upon receipt
of request. Wo havo tho largest manufactory ot Jewelry
nnd Silverware west of Now York City, and are prepared to
furnish apodal designs.
L De Turk's Table Wines
justly known to bo tho CHOICEST
CALIFORNIA PRODUCT. A largo
supply of the different varieties Just
H. HACKFELD & CO., LTD.
SOLE AGENTS AND GENERAL DISTRIBUTORS
THE HAWAIIAN TERRITORY.
A. V. GHAIt, Prculdent.
I2MMUTT MAY, Secretary.
The Honolulu Investment Co., Ltd.
InHiire vour Life, Property, llouncliolel GoocIh or Merchandise)
In the lieMt 11 ml HtronjJeHt compmtlc, oh represented by
The Honloulu Investment Co,, Ltd,, Merchant St., Judd Building