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KVBNINO nUUBTIN HONOLULU H. T THURSDAY, MAY , MM.
LADIES" SHIRT WAISTS
EXCEPTIONAL VALUES OFFERED,
Here arc tho greatest shirt-waist
rlues wo havo ecr displayed. They
represent all tho now Ideas In shirt
waist making now materials, styles,
rnd 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 tho stork. Many ol tho waists
en display In our show window.
WHITE SHIRT WAISTS
made of fine quality whlto lawn
trimmed with embroidery In
sertion, latest stylo sleeves,
WHITE 8HIRT WAISTS
superior whtto lawn, trimmed
with threo rows of Valencien
nes Lace insertion, tucked back
WHITE SHIRT WAISTS
good alue, finely tucked joke
effect, trimmed, with 2 rows of
fine embroidery Insertion, back
with cluster of tucl.s and open.
WHITE SHIRT WAISTS
extra quality, joko effect of flno
tucks, trimmed with rows of
embroidery Insertion and clus
ter of 3 rows of licmmedstKcu
tucks, open front.
LINEN BATISTE WAISTS
extra sheer, front of hemmed
stitch tucks, cluster tuck back.
The ery latest cut.
COLORED SHIRT WAISTS
flno quality ot zoplijr, cry pret
ty stripes, coloring absolutely
fast; exceptionally good aluo
with collar and tie.
WHITE SHIRT WAISTS
extra Qno quality lawn, cluster
of hcmmcdstltch tucks in front
with open work and cluster
tucks in back.
AT $2 50
WHITE SHIRT WAISTS
cry artistically made; 4 rows
of fine embroidery Insertion,
with cluster C7 hcmmcdstltch
tucks between each row; back
with cluster tucks.
WHITE SHIRT WAISTS
perhaps the daintiest wnlst In
our stock, trimmed with Valen
ciennes laco Insertions, slc(es
trimmed, back In cluster tucks.
WHITE SHIRT WAISTS
One of tho most attractlvo
styles wo hae handled; yoko of
very fino tucks, trimming; 3
rows of fine embroidery Inser
tion with plaits and cluster
tilths, plaited back.
DRY GOODS COMPANY, LTD.
DON'T GO ON WORRYING
With Inferior or needlessly cxpensivo Illumination In jour home.
There Is absolutely no occasion for It. Thousands of housekeep
ers throughout tho Islands havo removed this nnnojlng problem
entirely by acquainting themselves with tho Ideal perfect light for
tho home. It Is as brilliant as gas or electricity, noier smokes,
smells or glies any trouble, is lighted and extinguished as easily
as gas, and burns but little kerosene oil. Our catalog shews all
stjles from $1.80 up, and Is sent for tho asking.
Theo. H. Davies & Co., Ltd.
General Merchandise. Dry Goods, Groceries.
Japanese Provisions, etc
MAQOON BLOCK, MERCHANT STREET.
igjgg.2- 880 ZMZeHri. 2in
Absolutely the Last Chance!
TO BUY WHATSOEVER YOU WANT AT FIGURES WAY BELOW COST
OUR BNTIIIE STOCK
MUST BE CLEANED OUT BY MAY 7th, 1902,
GOO KIM, 1116 Nuuanu Street
THE OLDfcST CHi. SSB FIRM IN HONOLULU.
Da.lara lo Flo. Silk, aal Grata Llnana. Chlotaa and Japaoaia Ooodi ot All Elila
iiwii iituanu atrt.1
GEO. A. MARTIN, Tailor Boston Building.
Board of Health
Ounces of Prevention
Dr. H P Sincere!!, nrpalilpnt. fir V ri.it nlnn.1lH r.. .u- tru , .
M Mooie Dr. C. I). Cooper, D. V. It.'1" U'e Wulklki road and Is about 330
. .. .. . .... . I lno Ulitn "
I Mf n( O ....(-, . . rm
w;i ... sUUBiaiN ui ail 1)1 1,. u. A.
2031, Apana 1, which lies fjua of tho
halia road according to Ooiernmcnt
Itcnlierg, Kred. C Smith, Attorney
General Dole and E A. Mott-Smlth, tho
lull membership, constituted tho meet
ing of the tloarit of Health jestcnlny
altornoon Thcro were In attendanco
Mr. J 8 II. I'ratt, executive ofllcer: C.
Charlock, secretary, C. II. Tiacy, city I f.
Suney .Map No 1393
"Lot .1. Consists of a strip about 900
feet wide mnulio of tho present Ala
wnltnry officer, and .Miss Mie Weir,
.Most of tho business camo forward
In documentary form and was nut
through with but a little conversation.
Officer Tracy had mailo a written re
I ort to Dr. I'ratt on condemned ponds
interred to him at the preilous meet-
irg wnicn gaie me I olio wing particu
lars "iMt l. Tho Ewa end of the h'ock
Lcundcd by King, Itlier. Hotel and
KtknullUc streets, has been excavated
to a depth of six feet, thus bringing It
l-il&w the water loiel. It has been
Btundlng six Inches deep with water
r.ll winter and It has been nniv In tho
lust two wccKs that It has become nt
til dr At present there ate several
damp places In tho hole
from the sheet washing and blowing
In has been the cause of Its drying up
Hoffman Is the owner
On motion of .Mr Mott Smith, thu
recummenuutlon of the city snultar;
otlleer relatlio to the lean to wus or
dered to be enforced
A special leport of tho Food Com
uilssioner and monthly reports of oth
ei officers weto read at the meeting
Ln the leports of tho clly sanitary lu
v.irk all right.
No report was forthcoming on the
r. dilation suggested by Wilder s
The committee of the medical mom
I ers on reporting contagious diseases
load about twenty feet Wnlklkl of tho, " nt Dr' Mooro'', bluest, given an
Wulklki n .. ., . .,. i ,..- other week.
"x. " .ii.fAvrni -J'
We ore selling new
r iiiuiiKu oi mo present Ala "' v,,u -'' nnu
r Ileach road and extending "P"-. I'resldonl Sloggett ic
l Wnlklkl trom the I-onc)01' "rllt' '""Hectors nre doing
. . .. . i u ii.. .
Bridge on tho Uuich road and Incliid
mi' also nil of I.. C. A. 0450. known as
"Lot 4. Consists of a stream which
Hows in a southwestern direction
irom wnero it crosses the Walklkl
Walklkl end of tho present Hopkins
switch and extending down to tho
Ilrrch road (Ala .Moana). said stream
Lung about an n erase width of flf.
On a report of tho board or medical
I examiners. Dr. K. W. Taylor was roc
lommcndcd for license.
I Dr. Cofer, Koderal quarantine officer,
Lot 5 Consists of a parcel of land 'i , T T nt " ' "8
-,, ,.. lol'ows. Hongkong, two weeks end.
Ing .May 2 Cholorn, 51 cases and 43
deaths, smallpox, 11 cases nud ll
clraths: plague, 2 cases and 2 deaths,
Shanghai Smallpox. 2 cases and 2u
about 175 feet wide by MH) feet ilcen
adjoining the southeast boundary o(
I . C. A. CGO to O. 1 Judd and mnnkn
ol and adjoining the Wnlklkl road "
Frank S Dodge. nem n,,.1 .,. "'niW'-mllpoT. 2 cases a
Thp I,',;' of the nisop Ksla.e. appeared llo,'6"101 fMW " "" a'"1
P-irtlcular tennnta of the e6tnte who , ' "nnccllonnr Pratt brought
vere de.ellrt In obeMmr .!.. ti. i ' " """. "ul,lcit "f flK"l,ls o!t """
t .,... . t'lio Island Ho suggested that In
Lot 2. T.. mnvn r. , f ' ' nlnle kept men emploied all the tlmo ' ." '8 """ . "' 8"'8,rl1 ' "
King and A.akea streets, has been nil- !"-' "" P"1 clean Mr. Tracy 17 ZllTZr ,, ?"
ed to within two feet of the street ''"nutted that the ponds wero kept ?.'. "",' "'"'l .ncnr .l,e n"""1 ?
Grade but has sottled somewhat. . Mr ., sa.d the Hsta.e con- " - " -U.
that It acks now three teet. A storm""""" ll ,nolp important to ni In ,., , , .. ,, ,,
water sewer drains the lot with tho Tx.K" . town than out Walklkl ?Ll"i','i,"r "'" lh0,e. ?p,",Mn'? ln
193 but on reference thin wim rmimi
o hao prohibited Hshlnc ntf tin.
..... .... .....mn mi- ,,i nun mv , - '- - ---..i..i.
ceptlon of a place about l!ft by thirty vft'-
ice in size, wnicn is dry now. but "" '" '""annul h Biiggosuon ine ,,, ,.,,, . .. , , , , .. .
which hnld- n...r innn i,. ,.... ' cltj sanitary officer was dlreei...! t VN"0,e. fro,lt of tll" Mwi rrmn "
i,n-v.,.i Am.. .,....... ...in ark in. n mn .i,n,ri ..!,... .. mm l olnt ,n I"rber-8 Point. Tho
:.. " r. .".." "'.""..."" '.". "u I m" ..::'.." :7.. :"'" Hoard considered It .uirielcnt. as a
Place. This block Is owned oy .b.'tMo.! to let matters go on for the. ft" ""' T"8 "? ' "'"P '
IMwIn Hall estate. lwnt. not nsclndlng an former ac I 'J" 1"'" "f ,,, harl,or nni1 N""an"
Lot 3 Tho big pond mauka of fler- t," .T . .7 ' . .. ."'". T" .T'X I0
Gtanla street. 130 f.ct Uwa of Aala! SIr- Tracy, answering a question. , " '"l mncral ,or a ,i,RaI "ln-
lane, has been niled to within about f'al" ""-' l'"l ' the McCully tract was
tin ee feet of street grade The Kwa "cldeilly Insanitary Ho thought tho I . any of Politics.
i Mi of the lot Is six Inches higher than d.ncrlptlon was sutflclent lor condem- VZ-, ,T r.Ca'' fl0m
..... ... ... : r...i..n ..- n -.... .. Piesldent Kennedy of the Itcnub lenn
iu- iniiri uiiiK iu me urainiigo linen " w" "lumm in air. iivr,ii-ii r ..
be.ng along the Hwn side the land "' Smith the mattei was referred ,",,,, ,?,"'? '0,"0,I,K n
does not drain but stands full ot water l'""( "" ' unitary offl.er to , , , f ""' , 7?dy lll,h asKci1
i-.. .k .-,,..,., .... .... . .. riirni.i. n... ...i ,i ,-...... that tho Hoard of Health reconsldei
iiiik mi- uikiki sine nniiei mo " "" """ "--niiiiinnis iur con- ,, ,, ,,, ,
ln.iises Hither more filling should bo ''"""nation purposes !'!,. ,.f ren"""' "'
Placed on tho low poitlon or a storm Hlng Chong's Place. iJ'n I l (1'""!KP8,,nR
or built. Btlllsn U JtmlCnmoml ilh " ',W"'
..ot. The pond on the mauka ,wa'vas read. I, rofirred 0 Tb. Irem ' k r, ZT '" "" Mi,"m
Mr. Isenberg. with a debonnnlr smlln
hi Id oier from his general election
ci mpalgn as Democratic candidate for
Senator, promptly moied that tho let-
v.ll. W C Achl Is the owner
Itojal D .Mead appeared to repre
sent W O Smith guardian of tho Hall
minors, and at his icquest action on
No 2 lot was defeired a week.
Captain Harle I) A I'earce, I'lrst
Lieutenant James P. Hoblnson and
I Irst Lieutenant Harr W 'NVuiinn
i nil of tho Artlllerv Corns. IT s a
I Camp McKInle), will bo tho threo1
Judges nt tho competitive drill to bo
held next .Saturday nfloruoon by tho
Nutlonal (luard of Iluwall.
The largo grand sttuui nt the Hwa end
of tho squaro to be used by tho review
ing party was nearly completed jester
day. It Is n ery largo affair and will.
It Is understood, ho completely filled by
officials nnd Invited guests. I
Rock Island Gets
St. Louis Entrance
, ... iii.-n iu iim premises
c. rnerof King and Llllha streets. Imsf Hlng Chong on NiiiiHnu street just
i-....,, Hiiiu .u uiui ii is iwo ieei auoo niiciiu Vlnejnrd, as follows,
watei leiel but durliiir lln. ulntop "ll,. u. ...... ,i ., ..
" " "" "'" uimii mi iiu small
veathei water nlwas stands under (ho li.tlillmru iii,,n.. it, ...i,i -ii. . ..
ImlWIlw on Kolulu lane and for .,.. ,..,"- J ;.... .?"'''.'""'" I B0,m,r- ,",n"!,,r n,mP,, ,,'1 "'
t,.ie feet around I, The portlon'al, the Z 7.U m ' "nrj! "? T?. "te
the lot along King street drains sides of the bulldlmr ,l, .i..., "I-.. " ::.""". .. "" ,no BPC-
umjerneath ,he b,,d1;,B Md MJ cnT Vas cLeT 4Z ' Uh
Ihnty of nlr and light to the lower rtn."
troTu,,w.b,cl! ,wor,0,f "ark ,Uo "n8 1 Sn,,l,arj' OIT"-,r ow man " '". '-
torn up the- big ,1a form mauka of tho, sides sending In his report for April
; r ?: ; T. i -" ?--!-a - .-. tatp,h.
ll. a separate renort Mr. Tr ,K. .' . " . 7 .."T " I "C" 80lllnS W ' Ito lo Blicn
the following desclTitlons of .be ln. .., I - hn. . " ?"'.."" "P le!'" "f ROn,,! llni1-
a. Kalla occupied 'by duck ranched ,,,, whih shu. ' Z m ' e , IZTl T '" '
vhlch the Hoard wishes to condemn, tn.. in ... .u .,' " . .1"' i 's 'nn,l'lll,'o tlio press tablo and
"Lot 1 Known as I.oko Ka.nun ' u , , ., 7" 7. ".".. V .," '?. C "B" ""llon. which was car-
cT 5i TITL --- ?s XSSZZSrSZ
Junction of Walklkl and Kal.a Heads a,e now ," h,h7- " ,,eC8 ITlZiZ "'" 'n
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Washington. April 20. General
t liRtlee, commanding thu military dl
i.slon of tho Philippines, will bo
made responsible foi the character of
the warfaio conducted on the Island of
Samar as u result of the frank nud
sensational lino of tho defenbo adopted
by Hrlgadier tlcneral Jacob II, Smith.
Tills Is the conclusion of nrmv nlll
ccrs lu Washington, who read today tho
iiiimission oy counsel for (Uncral
Smith that that officer did ghe orders
to 'kill and bum and make Samar
a howling wilderness," and did specify
that all mules over 10 lears of imo
should bo shot.
It IS ll.inied that It wan lmcnnan of
the posslbllltj that icsponslblllty for
General Smith's orders would lie fln.nl.
ly placed tit tho door of M ijor accural
Chaffco that tho President decided to
tako tho matter out of the hands of tho
commanding general lu the Philippines
and himself order tho court which Is
now trying (Jctierul Smith.
Tho effect of tho organization nf Hm
court by tho Piesldent will be to mako
rresuicni itooscielt Instead of General
Chatfoe tho icilewIiiK authority. Thnt
means thut the PuBlduit will flinll
determine the pioprlcty of General
Chaffee's actions and tho advlsublllt;
of his letentlon lo the Philippines.
KIlNATOt: MONIiV IH AHHUKTIH)
Washington, April 25 Senator Mon
ey of Mlsalsslppl today was placed In
custodj on Information nivil by Arthur
It Shamir, the street car coiuluctor,
who charged tho Senator with assault,
ing him during the dlstui banco on Shu
noi 's car jesterduj. Senator Money,
Conductor Shaner and I'oremnn Hoop,
er of tho Klro Department, w ho assisted
tho conductor jestcrday, appeared In
tho pollco court today and their trial
was set for next Thursday,
TO CURE A tOLU IN ONE DA
St. Louis, April 30 M A Low. gen
eral attornej of the Chicago, Hock
Islund nnd Pacific Itnllimd slated to
du) that his load had purchased the
St. Louis, Kansas City and Colorado
Hallroad, operating between St, Louis
nnd Union, .Mo and had authorized
tho .Mercantile Trust Company to ne
gotiate for the purchaso of (he Wiggins
ferry stock at $500 a sha re.
With tho purchaso of the St. Louis,
Kansas City and Colorado Hallroad tho
Hock Island secures the right of way
Into St Louis and with tho acquisition
of the property of the IWgglns Terry
Company nmple terminal facilities will
Take Laxative iinmici Qiinni
All druggists refund Mi
falls to euro K M fir,.
Is on errh hoi '
OuecnHlicrpy n Itnplil Spender.
London, Aptll 25 Tho examination
In bankiuptcy of (ho Marquis ol
Qicnsbcny, which was concluded to.
day, showed that ho ran through per
bonal property (o the value of t;2Cfl,00t)
and tho Glcnstart Cbtato of 500 acres
When ho succeeded to the MaiqulsaU
In 1900 he had anticipated his Interest
In the estate to the oxtint of C100,
235 'Iho .Marquis lost In tn ten CCO.OOO
and 1100 01,0 In speculation on thu
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ELECTRIC FANS at .$15.00
They mako warm weather bearable and nre worth their
weight In gold Wo hnvo a comrlr to line of both desk and celling
fans. Nothing like comfort liny one now
HAWAIIAN ELECTRIC CO., Ltd.
King Street. Telephone 300
THE TRANSCENDENT ARC LIGHT
OOO C. P.
Consumes nothing but ordinary Kerotena
Oil. The best light known to science and
tho cheapest. Havo received tho Highest
Awards at the Pan American Exposition.
Suitable for store and halls, and are In us.
In good many of our prominent storea
throughout the city, such as Wall, Nichols
Co, Honolulu Drug Co. Holllster Drug Co.
Mclncrny Shoe Btore, Kllto Ice Cream Par
lors, Hawaiian Hotel and otners too numer
ous to mention. Wo also Iiavo the same
Arc Lamp to burn 12 hours, which Is suit
able for lamps to bo placed in yards as a
protection against night prowlers. Our
Inmps are In uso throughout all tho planta
tions. For further particulars Inquire of
WASHINGTON LIGHT CO. C. W. Macfarlane, M'gr
All sizes In quarter sawed oak and beautifully tlnlshcd.
Largo stock of
Extension Dining Tables.
Axminster and Smyrna Rugs.
Tapestry and Chenille Portieres.
i,iD,.d,n,! C.h-n,rs 'P.1.0' for any occa'on. and the very best uphols
tering dono. Elegant lino of furniture In all departments.
PORTER FURNITURE CO., LTD.
l-Uliep Block, opp. Lovo Bid., Port Ktreet.
Hawaiian Engineering and Construction Co.
P o r5?yS 58' 509, 5' STANGENWALD BUILDING.
P. O. BOX 834. TEL A,N
All claasei of Engineering Work solicited; Examinations, SurveVi and Kt
porU made for any class of WatorworkJ. Steam and Electro ContrT,?.in.V
Sl"? 8pe'ucat.on. Prepuredfand CcUon S
rWHbranah 0t EnDeer Work; Contract, solicited for K
SIS&J?7ZS TunIle,J Dr,dge8' Dulld,DW- 'h'. -
FREDERICK J. AMWEQ. M. AM. Boc, Q JV,
W. R. CASTLE JR., Secretary and Treasurer. EaT "" """
SHREVE & CO., San Francisco
In l'i""'0 'd0 .wlth th0 "awallan Islands, will deliver
all goods purchased or ordered of them, free of all charge
Frrflner.a.rnPOnall0In tom"noIu' or returning same to 6m
Li ?n.h1;c2m.0oo,,8 fcwl" ,?.8 8eu on election to those know
Ban i?ans'cc!r " " """ 8atlsfactory referenced fta
Jewelers, Gold and Silver Manufacturers,
Market O Poat 8t 6. P.
omEEIm C.TL0QK.E ,aDi prlccs 'urnlihcd upon receipt
!. feSJJeBt" Wo hnvo th0 larBoat manufactory of Jewelry
I. De Turk's Table Wines
Justly known to'ho tho CHOICEST
CALIFORNIA PRODUCT. A large
supply of tho different varieties Just
H. HACKFELD & CO., LTD.
SOLE AGENTS AND GENERAL DISTRIBUTORS FOR
THE HAWAIIAN TERRITORY.
A. V. GUAR, I'reBldent. EMMETT MAY, Secretary.
The Honolulu Investment Co., Ltd.
InHUre .vour Life, Property, llouclioll Good., or Merchandise
In the l.et and HtronjJeHt compnnles, oh reprenented by
The Honloulu Investment Co,, Ltd., Merchant St,. Judd Building
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