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SUNDAY BULLETIN, HONOLULU, H. " T SUNDAY, MAY i. 1002.
LADIES' SHIRT wAlBTS
EXCEPTIONAL VALUES OFFERED,
Horo aro the greatest shirt-waist
vrlues wo havo over displayed. They
represent all tho now Ideas In shirt
waist making now materials, styles,
end colorings and a full line of sizes
from 32 to 42.
Wo promise that you will find this
stock of unusual excellence and tho
values alluringly attractive.
Early comers get first selections
from the stock. Many of tho waists
en display In our show window.
WHITE SHIRT WAI3T8
mado of fine quality whlto lawn
trimmed with embroidery In
sertion, latest style sleeves,
WHITE SHIRT WAIST8
superior white lawn, trimmed
with three rows of Valencien
nes Lace Insertion, tucked back
WHITE SHIRT WAISTS
good value, finely tucked joko
effect, trimmed with 2 rows of
fino embroidery insertion, back
with cluster of tucks and open.
WHITE 8HIRT WAISTS
extra quality, yoke effect of fino
tucks, trimmed with rows of
embroidery Insertion and clus
ter of 3 rows of hemmedstUch
tucks, open front. '
LINEN BATISTE WAISTS
extra sheer, front of hemmed
stUch tucks, cluster tuck back.
Tho very latest cut.
COLORED 8HIRT WAISTS
fine quality of zephyr, very rret
ty stripes, coloring absolutely
fast; exceptionally good value
with collar and tie,
WHITE 8HIRT WAISTS
extra fino quality lawn, cluster
of hcmmcdstltch tucks In front
with open work and cluster
tucks In back.
AT $2 50
WHITE SHIRT WAISTS
very nrtlstlcally madc; 4 rows
of fine embroidery insertion,
with cluster GT hcmmcdstltch
tucks between each row; back
with cluster tucks.
AT $3 00
WHITE 8HIRT WAISTS
perhaps the daintiest waist In
our stock, trimmed with Valen
ciennes laco Insertions, sleeves
trimmed, back In cluster tucks.
WHITE SHIRT WAISTS
One of the most nttractlvo
styles we have handled; yoke of
very fine tucks, trimming; 3
rows of fine embroidery Inser
tion with plaits and cluster
tucks, plaited back.
Illness that Caused
Death of Cecil Rhodes
New York, April 22. The Kuropean
edition of t'10 New York Herald give
some Information regarding the Ill
ness and accidents that led to tho
death of Cecil Ilhodes;
In splto of all that has been said,
Mr, Cecil Ilhodes never suITcrcd from
dlseaso of tho chest. The difficulty
In breathing from which he suffered
on arriving at tho Cape, at the ago of
seventeen years, was duo to the bad
state of his arterial circulation, which
uas also tho cause of tho malady
which ended in his death.
From the age of sixteen years ho
siege of Klmberley, etc. What Mr.
Cecil Ilhodes could havo borno at tho
tge of from thirty to torty years ho
could no longer enduro nt from forty
fe to forty-eight years, when the lis
sui of tho heart had begun to under
gc a change, duo to an unnatural ag
ing of tho organ. If Mr. Cecil
Ilhodes could then have taken somo
lest everything would probably havo
come right, but he continued to keep
up tho strain, thus requiring of his
heart and circulation a constant ef
fort of which neither was capable,
and the compensating and almost
pt evidential hypertrophy was trans
formed Into myocarditis that Is to
showed symptoms of arterial hyper
tension that Is to say, an exaggerat- say, Into a degeneration of tho tnuscu
td pressure of blood In the arteries lar fiber of tho organ. It is to this
Mid his heart was consequently obllg-l chronic myocarditis that tho death
cd to exert a much greater amount of of Mr. Cecil Rhodes is to bo attrlbu
force to ovorcomo this hypertension. td.
Vnder this strain tno heart gradually . ft he had paused thro years ago,
becamo hypertrophled, and In his when the first signs of this myocardl
caso what Is called a ''hypertrophy of ( lis. then at its Initial stage, appear
compensation" took place, a stato td; If he had then given up all bnsl
perfcctly compatible with tho most ro- ikss and all travelling and had lived
That health Mr. Cecil Rhodes never
spared. Ills extraordinary activity
frrther augmented the tension of tho
bkod In the arteries; and, in conse
quence, tho work of tho heart. Up to
the ngo of forty to forty-five years his
heart was ablo to cope with this ex
cessive work, but from thencefor
ward the cardiac tissue began to un
dergo n change n'nd tho hypertrophy
nnched a limit which It could not ex
ceed without danger to the organ itself.
It was at that tlm'e that serious
events occurred In Souih Africa tho
In tho necessary state of physical and
moral repose, there Is no doubt that
he might have had a long career be
In short, Mr. Cecil Rhodes, prcdls
rnjed from his youth to chronic myo
col dills, due to nrtertal hypertension.
In ought on tho malady which had al
ways threatened him by tho actlvo
Hie he led, by tho perpetual nervous
tension to which he exposed himself
nnd by tho frequent excitement which
even his forco of character could only
p. aster and conceal at tho cost of se
rious Injury to tho circulation of his
ra a a pa po iuj pj pa Pi Pn Pa Pa Pa
Some Fads of the Vanderbilts
of General Miles
Washington, April 15. The compul
sory retirement of Lieut. Gen. Nelson
A. Miles, to be announced In a gener
al order Issued by the Adjutant Gen
cial at tho direction of tho President,
ulll be followed, In response to a res
olution of Congress or otherwise by a
chronological statement ot his specif
ic and long continued acts of Insubor
dination and violation of tho army
A record, of his official misconduct
going back to a llmo prior to his suc
ceeding Gen. Scliofleld as senior Ma
jor General In command of tho array
has been prepared and will bo mado
public In such a way that tho country
t.III fully understand tho nature of hlf
otfences and tho reasons why tho Ad
ministration feels compelled to rebuko
In 1891 when Gcnernl Miles was In
command at Chicago, ho was so
averse to carrying out tho orders of
the War Department nt tho tlmo of
the labor strikes thero that ho barely
oicapcd court-martial at tho hands of
tho Democratic administration and
from thnt day to this he has commit
ted m3uy"cts that would have result
ed in court-martial if committed by
any other officer of the army.
General Miles Is now regarded more
lr as a mischief maker and his per
sistence In aiding fn every way pos
slblo those who are criticising tho
Government policy In the Philippines
Is such a flagrant violation of military
rules nnd etiquette that It Is felt to bo
absolutely necessary to get rid of htm
by tho shortest possible method.
TTio order for General Miles' retire
ment has been prepared nnd merely
needs the President's signature to
put It Into effect.
Tho orders assigning General
Erooko to command of tho army and
providing for other necessary changes
were mado out somo time ngo and arc
ready for promulgating as soon as
General Miles retirement Is announced.
The Light That Failed
WAS NOT FROM AN
INCANDESCENT ELECTRIC LAMP
The Incandescent lamp is always ready for use and does not
rcqulro refilling, cleaning, trimming of wicks, etc. Has no dis
agreeable odor and docs not smoko or heat up the rooms. A touch
to the button turns on a soft, steady light and gives additional
comfort wherever used. No modern homo complete without It.
Ring us up or call foi estimates on wiring your bouse.
HAWAIIAN ELECTRIC CO., Ltd.
King Street. Telephone 300
THE TRANSCENDENT ARC LIGHT
roo c. p.
Consumes nothing but ordinary Kerosene
Oil. The best light known to sclenco and
tho cheapest. Havo received tho Highest
Awards at the Pan-American exposition.
Suitable for store and balls, and aro In usu
In good many of our prominent stores
throughout the city, such as Wall, Nichols
Co., Honolulu Drug Co., Holllster Drug Co.,
Mclnerny Shoo Store, Elite Ico Cream Par
lors, Hawaiian Hotel and otnere too numer
ous to mention. Wo also Tiavo the tamo
Arc Lamp to burn 12 hours, which Is suit
ablo for lamps to bo placed In yards as a
protection against night prowlers. Our
lamps aro in uso throughout all tho planta
tions. For further particulars Inquire of
WASHINGTON LIGHT GO. G. W. Macfarlane, M'gr
DRY GOODS COMPANY, LTD.
DON'T GO ON WORRYING
With inferior or needlessly expensive Illumination In your homo.
There Is absolutely no occasion for It. Thousands of housekeep
ers throughout the Islands havo removed this annoying problem
entirely by acquainting themselves with the Ideal perfect light for
the home. It Is as brilliant as gas or electricity, never smokes,
smells or gives any trouble, Is lighted and extinguished as easily
as gas, and burns but little kerosene oil. Our cntalog shows all
styles from $1.80 up, and Is sent for tho asking.
Theo. H. Davies & Co., Ltd.
MUSIC ON PUNCHBOWL.
A public concert will bo given by tho
Catholic Mission baud this evening
on the premises of the Holy Ghost So
ucly, Punchbowl roaii. Thu following
piigrnm will bu rendered:
Overture I-ndles' Hand .. Southwell
March Principal Thompson . . . Ucrgcr
Waltz Tho Pride Johnson
Serenade The Queen .... Southwell
Two-Step Nanl (new) Ucrgcr
Melody Tho Song of tho Hoses
Oierlure Illauco Stroinbcrg
Hawaiian Selection Meio "l Pu
Waltz Mountain Kcho .... Southwell
Serenade Del Air Latere
(a) Huka Mai kalua
(b) Ida Popo
(c) Manl Dergcr
Portugucso National Air.
Tlie Stnr Spangled llnnner.
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 the very best uphols
tering done. Elegant lino of furniture In alt departments. -
PORTER FURNITURE GO., LTD.
IMslicr Itlock, opi. Love Hid., port Ktrcet.
PER S, S, "ALAMEDA"
New Line Golf Shirts
very latest In the market.
SILK AND GRAPE 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
MAQOON BLOCK, MERCJIIAKT STREET,
7P . O- DB02C 886 HSggLlXL 21fl
New York, Apill 20. A cablo fro ii Paris says: Mrs. V. K. Vanderbllt
Jr. nttended a culinary exposition la tly opened in tho Tullerlos Gardens.
and took a lesson in cooking from "Aio.her" Moreau, a character famous
all over France, being remarkably pl-turesquo and expert In home-mado
cialnt!es. Young Mrs. Vanderbllt ro noved her hat. donned a prCtty whlto
atron and a pair of white sleeves, and her lesson lasted two hours. The
elder W. K. Vanderbllt, who was ho.- escort, was highly amused at his
Gertrude, daughter of the late Co.'iiellus Vanderbllt nnd wire or nu
llum C. Whitney's son, Is causing a s.-t.satlon In New York by cutting her
self entirely free from conventional society. She has purchased tho most
gorgeous studio In America nnd Is dootlng her entire tlmo to painting and
Come to Court
lioBton, April 16. .Visa Kllen M.
Stono will appear beforo Judgo Pes
rinilon In tho Equity session of tho
Superior Court tomorrow to show
cuuso why an Injunction should not
lisuo restraining her from delivering
n lecture In regard to her captivity In
Uulgnrla and Turkey In Chelsea to
rrorrow evening. A bill in equity was
Lrought this afternoon by tho Ameri
can Lecturing Direction, through
counsel, Clarcnco V. llowlcy, and
Judgo Fesscndcn Issued an order of
potlco rcturnablo tomorrow afternoon.
Tho complainant alleges that it
mado a contract with Tho defendant
through bet brother acting as agent
on March 22. and that sho will .violate
Kb terms if she delivers the lecture.
Hawaiian Enginooring and Construction Go.
ROOMS 508, 509, 510 STANGENWALD BUILDING.
P. O. BOX 834. TEL. MAIN jt
All classes ot Engineering Work solicited; Examinations, Surreys and Re
ports made for any class of Waterworks, Steam and Electric Construe tlo
Plans and Specification!! and Estimates Prepared, and Construction Superi-.
tended, In all branches of Engineering Work; Contracts solicited for Rail
roads, Electric and Steam; Tunnels, Bridget, Buildings, Highways, Founaa
doni, Plors, Wharves, etc.
Special attention given to Examinations, Valuations, and Report M
Properties for Investment purposes.
FREDERICK J. AMWEQ. M. AM. Soc. a ,
Engineer and Manager.
W. R. CASTLE JR.. Secretary and Treasurer.
for West Point
Absolutely the Last Chance!
TO BUY WHATSOEVER 'YOU WANT AT FIGURES WAY BELOW COST
OUR ENTIRE STOCK
MUST BE GLEANED OUT BY MAY 7th, 1902.
GOO KIM, 1116 Nuuanu Street
v. u. tioi m.
THE OLDEST CHl'SE FIRM IN HONOLULU.
Dtlliri lo Fln Silk ml Grill Llnioi. ChlniM to4 JipinM Good! ot All Kllll.
io-if Numn'i !
Wnshlngtou, April 15. Tho House
Committee on Mllltnry AffalrB decid
ed today upon tho rebuilding of tho
1 military Academy at West Tolnt on
i tho lines of the Naval Academy at
Washington, April 1C It has been
df elded at a conference of Republican
leaders of both houses to shelvo tho
Ship Subsidy bill recently passed by
tho Senate. Two propositions looKins , Al,nnno anii in tho Annronrlatlon
to this end nro under advisement; bill for tho support of tho Academy,
no tn niinw thn bill to dlo ouietlv In which was completed this morning.
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the House Committee on Merchant
HACK DRIVERS' UNIFORMS.
SHREVE & CO., San Francisco
To facilitate trado with the Hawaiian Islands, will uellver
all goods purchased or ordered of them, freo of all charges
for transportation to Honolulu or returning same to San
Francisco, aoods will be sont on selection to those know
ing tho firm, or who will furnish satisfactory references In
Jewelers, Gold and Silver Manufacturers',
Market & Pout 8ta 6. P.
Illustrated CATALOGUE and prices furnished upon receipt
of request. We havo the largest manufactory of Jewelry
and Silverware west ot New York City, and are propared to
furnish special designs.
Illto, May 1. Captain Lnko of tho
I'ollco Department has recently been
ta'klng to proprietors of stables run'
nlng hacks and to Individual owners
with n view to having them adopt a
standard uniform for tho drivers of
hacks. Ho has met with positive suc
cess In tho matter, and within a few
days nearly all of tho hackmen will
don uniforms of bluo khaki especially
lir ported for tho purpose. Tho coats
will be cut military stylo and will hnfc
plain brnss huttoni. Tho caps will ba
of blue, with a black band bearing tho
word "Driver" In gold. Herald.
NEW GOODS IN ALL LINES
OF THE GROCERY TRADE
PER S, S, ALAMEDA : :
?.l,O90,32C Is appropriated for this pup
GEO. A. MARTIN, Tailor Boston Building.
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Marino and funenes, wnero u i-ow , u s I)ropoBod that $0,600,000 will ho
report it back expended on tiia rebuilding of tho
, academy, and tho Secretary of War
' vlU bo authorized to enter Into con'
i tracts for tnls purposo to this amount,
I but none of tho money appropriated
I... .1. ., l.lll nM 4I nl...l1.1litr
session, and thai means practically , t-""1 '" ' " '" "","f""
that It win not be passed by tho pre J to e-n ' "' t" "an" for
' the entire schemo of Improvement ure
t-...,.. l.l,1 ll,n 1.111 ln rcnnrtpil "1 l"'-u.
from tho committee, it will bo nccom
13,1 ami tho oTSer to
with a motion tp pococd to its con
sideration In December next. Tho ro
si.lt of either plan will bo tho same.
Tho bill will not be considered at this
pr.nled by so many amendments tnat
It would bo Impossible to securo ac
tion at this session, unless It should
be mado a party measure. This could
undoubtedly,bo done, It tho Ropubll
car leaders desired to mako nn Isbho
of tho bill, but it Is tho majority opin
ion that It" would bo better to allow It
lo go over until aftor tho Congress
"(1.) fllvo a Georgia dark a 'chaw'
of tobacco and you're a cap'n
"(2.) Olvo him n nuarter, you bo
como a colonel,
"(3.) Pnralyro him with a dollar
mid ynu'ro a general for llfo.
"(1.) Throw In nn old suit of clothes
and two stiff Mrnina' of corn liquor
und ho raises nil his children to call
you 'governor'." Atlanta Constltu-
TODAY'S DAND CONCERT.
Tho Territorial band will glvo a con
cert this afternoon tit tho Capitol
grounds beginning nt 3 o'clock. Fol
lowing Is the program:
The Old Hundred.
Overture Zampa Hcrold
l;ntre Act The Oosslpcr Olllct
Qrand Selection Faust Gounod
Vocal Selection, Four Hawaiian Songs,
Selection The Lombardlans .. Verdi
Fantasia Truo I,uo .... Kretschmar
Intermezzo Zamona I.ornln
Selection Popul ir Airs . , . . Stromberg
Tho Star Spangled llanner
YOUNQ MEMBERS' SOCIAL.
SALTERS' GROCERY STORE
Port Street, nhnvc Heretonln.
Hllo, Moy 1. There wns a very
pleasant social nt tho Foreign church
on Friday night at which the younger
members of the congregation took a
leading part. Herald.
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.
SOLE AQENT8 AND GENERAL DISTRIBUTORS
THE HAWAIIAN TERRITORY.
A. V. GUAI5, President.
EMMCTT MAY, Secretary.
The Honolulu Investment Co., Ltd.
Insure ,vour Lite, Property, Household Goods or Merchandise
tn the best nnd strongest compnnles, as represented by
The llonloulu Investment Co., Ltd,, Merchant St.. Judd Building
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