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ETBNINO D0U.ETIN. HONOLULU H. T.. FRIDAY, MAT 9, T5W.
L ADIES SHIRT WAISTS
WILL FIGHT REISSUANCE
OF LIQUOR LICENSES
EXCEPTIONAL VALUES OFFERED,
WHITE SHIRT WAISTS
mado of line quality whlto lawn
trimmed with cmliroMery In
sertion, latest stylo sleeves,
WHITE SHIRT WAISTS
superior white lawn, trimmed
with three rows of Valencien
nes Laco Insertion, tucked hack
WHITE SHIRT WAISTS
good value, finely tucked jol;o
effect, trimmed with 2 rows of
fino embroidery Insertion, hack
with cluster of tucks and open.
WHITE SHIRT WAISTS
extra quality, yoke effect of fine
tucks, trlmmeil with vows of
embroidery Insertion and clus
ter of 3 rows of hcmmedstUch
tucks, open front.
LINEN BATISTE WAISTS
extra sheer, front of hemmed
stitch tucks, cluster tuck hack.
The very latest cut.
Hero are the greatest shht-walst
vrlucs we have ever displayed. TJiey
represent all the now Ideas In shirt
waist making now materials, styles,
r.ml colorings and a full Hue 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 the waists
en display In our show window.
COLORED SHIRT WAISTS
fine quality ot zephyr, very pret
ty stripes, coloring absolutely
fast; exceptionally good value
with collar and tie.
WHITE SHIRT WAISTS
extra fino quality lawn, cluster
of hcmmedstltch tucks In front
with open work and cluster
tucks In hack.
AT $2 50
WHITE SHIRT WAISTS
very artistically made; 4 rows
of fino embroidery Insertion,
with cluster GT hcmmedstltch
tucks between each row; back
with cluster tucks.
WHITE SHIRT WAISTS
perhaps the daintiest waist In
our stock, trimmed with Valen
ciennes lace Insertions, sleeves
trimmed, back In cluster tucks.
WHITE SHIRT WAISTS
Ono of the most attractlvo
styles wo have handled; yoke of
cry fino tucks, trimming; 3
rows of fine embroidery Inser
tion with plaits and cluster
tucks, plaited back.
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NOW IN THE WILDS OF SIBERIA.
DRY GOODS COMPANY, LTD.
Next Neeting to Be Given Up En
tirely to a Discussion
of Local Option.
A meeting of the Anti-Saloon League
was held yestciday afternoon fur the
put pose of discussing various matters
In connci'lon with the work of the or
ganization. It was decided at that time
that the question of local option be
the sole topic fur discussion at the next
meeting of the league Copies of m 1
oils laws on the subject will be taken
up nml 'discussed.
It was reported to the league thai
' thprn must 1m it flirlit muita u.iltiKt til.
proposal of the purchasei of tin lease
on the little corner of land nt Inlon'
land Hotel streets, the only phu whb h
, now extends Into the lattoi thoroiigh
J fare. There Is a proposition to estab
J lish a saloon at that place and the
, league decided to make representations
to t lie treasurer and to hold confer
ences with the Superintendent of I'ub
'lie Works luuking toward the widening
of the street at that place .
The question of teaching temperance
In the public schools came up for dis
cussion, The committee In whose
I hands such affairs usually icst. was In-
ptruoted to look Into this subject ns
I well as that of the employment of a
' special officer to take charge of the
I humane and children's piotecthc work.
The league decided to tuke steps
against the iclssuance of a license to
the Star saloon. Petitions will be In
Uodticed. This precipitated n general
discussion and It was decided that there
' should be a list of alt saloons with the
life of the licenses kept by the super
The report of the superintendent for
the month was as follows
President nud Members of Kxeititlxe
Committee. Anti-Saloon League:
During the current month we hae re- ties In Kona, Kohala, llllu Lahalna
celved, signed the petitions that were luna. Wallukn. Pala. ll.ma. Kauai, by
sent to Kau and to Illio. The latter the first mull leaving the city.
contained 123 names of representative Several cases hne been before the!
citizens of Hllo. These petitions will 'Legal Protection Committee. In two
he laid beforo the treasurer as soon as, cases theic seemed to be no good rea-j
he returns to Honolulu. son for Interference, in one case we
We nro carrying out the resolution of took a little girl grievously wronged,
the league In the effort to accomplish to Queen's hospital, and have her now
the rlnalmr nf the Honolulu nrcwerv. under our care.
It lias lieen suggested mac we kwji n
standing notice In the papers Inviting
those who know of cases of wrong,
abuse or Illegal treatment, to report
such euses to our Committee on Legal
An Immense, a continuous, an in gent .
and most humane unk In the lesciie
the uflllcteil and Ignorunt. the '
ip; Vc nre HclllnjJ new
FANS at $15.00
They mako warm wvather bearable nud nre worth their
weight In gold. Wo have a comrlct line of both d.-sk and celling
funs. Nothing like comfort liny one now
HAWAIIAN ELECTRIC CO., Ltd.
King Street. Telephone 300
EXPLORER DE WINDT,
According to recent ii'port. llnrrj He Wimll. I in- cvplnri'i i now ,n the
wilds of iiiutlierii Siberia. He is nt lh Ih-ihI ol mi er.-il t. n whu-li Is
trying t make Its way ooil:md fiom 1'iti'i to Si u lli. mill ulilcli kiiiiuiI
lust DceeinliiT. Thli is tin during etiilnr. i' thlnl iMleii" I
THE TRANSCENDENT ARC LIGHT
rsoo c. i.
Consumes nothing but ordinary Kerotena
Oil. The best light known to science and
tho cheapest. Ilavo received tho Highest
Awards at tho Pan-American Exposition.
Suitable for store and halls, and are In us
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 Ice Cream Par
lors, Hawaiian Hotel and olucrs too numer
ous to mention. Wc also Tiave the camo
Atc Lamp to burn 12 hours, which Is suit
able for lamps to bo placed In yards as a
protection against night prowlers. Our
lamps are In uso throughout all the planta
tions. For further particulars Inquire of
WASHINGTON LIGHT CO. 0. W. Macfarlane, M'gr
I fishing lights 1
We hnvc Just reclveel a shipment
ot GA60LINB and KEROSENE
FISHING TORCHES, atmolutcly
sate and cannot by blown out.
Aside from being used top flailing
purposes! they have proven to be
an excellent OUTSIDE LIGHT tar
plantation use. PRICE $'2.25 UP
Tlieo, H. Davies & Co., Ltd.
4 Hardware Department. -
General Merchandise. Dry Goods, Groceries.
Japanese Provisions, etc
MAGOON BLOCK, MEROHANT STREET.
ZE302C 886 livISLiTa.
Absolutely the Last Chance!
TO BUY WHATSOEVER YOU WANT AT FIGURES WAY BELOW COST
OUR ENTIRE STOCK
MUST BE CLEANED OUT BY MAY 7th, 1902,
GOO KIM, 1116 Nuuanu Street
V. O. Dox yj J. 1st. il.
THE OLDEST CHi. 'SSE FIRM IN HONOLULU.
Dttlui hi Flat Silk, till Ott.i lloioi. Cblniit ml Jiptn.it Oo4i ot All Kill,
itA-ttt Nautnu ttrttl
GEO, A, MARTIN, Tailor Boston Building.
One hundred and fifty subscription
hooks have been pioeured, with th
following address to subscribers:
The Anti-Saloon League has good
reason to bellow that a new licenso for
the Honolulu Brewery has been Il
legally Issued, and that quick, earnest
action can close its doors. A thoiough-
ly reliable firm of lawyers has exam
ined the en so and claims that this can
lie done. They are willing to under
take the task, on behalf of the Anti
Saloon League, knowing that the legal
battle will be sevne. They will not
recelie nny fee if the courts should
decide against them. If they nre suc
cessful they want tho teasonable fee
of one thousand dollars remuneration
for monqy and time expended.
The moral Influence of several hun
dred ieisons contributing not over one
dollar each toward such an object will
be of gieat Milne In showing the desire
of the people of thoi-e Islands to hno
the saloon evil abated.
If any person desires to hae his con
tribution leturned. In case of failure
to close the Ilrcwery, let Klin notify the
Anti-Saloon League, Honolulu, and the
money will he lefunded. Otherwise It
will he used for other Anti-Saloon
We, the undersigned, give the
amounts opposite our names for the
purpose of closing the Honolulu Ilrew
ery, provided that. In case tho object
Is not accomplished, the money sub
scribed shall be returned to those so
lequcfctlng; otherwine It will be used
for other Anti-Saloon League work.
The following letter Is addicssed to
thoso who may kindly give us their
personal help In obtaining subscrip
Dear Friend. The- Inclosed subscilp
tlon books will explain themselves.
The Anti-Saloon League Is malting
an effort, through Its lawyers, to close
the Honolulu brewery, which Is man
ufacturing and selling beer under a li
cense which Is, as wo bellow, Illegally
If we succeed In closing the brcwerj
twenty-llvo 1'ilmo beer saloons will
have to go out of business.
So gieat a boon is woith a heroic
Believing you are Interested In our
endeator to check thn ovlls of Intem
perance In these Islands wo ask you
to take these books, and with such
helpers as you may lie able to secure,
assist us to ralbo the one thousand dol
lars required, and the more than a
thousand iiamob we deslro.
Please collect the money ns you go,
so far ns this Is possible, and forward
the fcume as soon as convenient to
REV. V. II. nice.
Antl-Salouu League, Honolulu
At the request of the Committee on
Law nnforcement I havo written to
Dr. Chapman of Los Angeles, request
ing him to send us a copy of tho local
option law of California, ojid to Dr.
llaker of Ohio for a copy of tho law ot
nun muie, Known us mu wiuik iuw.
These aic for the Information ot the
Agitation Committee especially.
The suhfcrlpthui books with tho uc
compunjlng letter will bo scut to par-
WHALING BARK KATHLEEN
WAS SENT TO BOTTOM
Captain and Crew Barely Escape
With Their Livts Had
Prospects of Good
New York, Apill 21. The steamship
.Moillana, which ari'Uod today from
tin1 West Indies, brought the eight sur
vivors of the unbent whaling bark
w longed and oppiessed. is opening to
this LOininlttve. There Is no end to the
work and no limit to the good It can
I have held In all sewn meetings In
the tent, two with the Salvation Auuy I
two In the Murphy Club, one In tho ! Kathleen. The whaler, which had seen
llojs' llrlgade, u total of twenty meet-Mlfty-clght years of sen Ice, had been
lugs. I think opportunities fur thUI sailing for weeks without catching
part of my woik will Increase, nud shall ' sight of a whale, when ten days out
from Cupe Verde she ran into a great
school. Three boats wore lowered,
and In a short time each had fastened
a prize. Mate Manuel ilc Vlarla hooked
a big tow. ami In a comparatively
short time had the monster alongside
and hoisted In a position to cut away
Suddenly n great bull whale spouted
not a quarter of a mile from tho vessel,
and the captain ordered iln Vlarla and
a boat's cicw to go aftci him. In a few
I moments a harpoon pleiccd the hull's
' side, and after splashing he started
I head on for the Kathleen. The whal
, struck the bark amidships, crushing Id
i the old timbers, and tho vessel began
sinking fast. The captain s wifo had
I Porter Furniture Co,
First-class FURNITURE ot all descrip
tions. Upholstering Department un
equalled in the City, Now located in the
Fort Street, opp. Love Building.
PORTER FURNITURE CO., LTD.
do all In my power to And further open
Ings In all soitstif places and among
all nationalities .
The following vessels are now on
the way to these Islands. From New
York, Am sp K. Chapman, Chapman, IS
days out, Fiom Savnnnuh Am up, St.
James, Tapley. Ilrewen Oer bk Oei-
da, Stcge. fi2 days out. Cnidl(f .Mon-
tehello. Fr bk., Marchndi.ui. 33, Fr bk
Vlniennes, Tousc; Champlgny, Fr bk.
Hambiiig Alsterchwan, Oer sp, C.leitz,
138; Ger sp Oertrude, Henke, 27; Nor
ma, llr sp. McLaughlin. Hongkong- ,)nro, mo , t ,, hml ,
Am sp Dlrlgo. Goodwin 101. I.el h- I ,,, ,mrk Wn, (,own T,10 gaUorg
Nor bk Australia. I rnutteii. 01. Uv-care ,,. that 10 fuW)rlte
erpool-llrshjoa. Pculculk lL'S Lon- 'ot ,)f c , Jcnkng. ,
don Hal sh Wallarctnwn. do Ilusso. . ,.. ... ,.,., ,,.,. ,,.
SS Newcastle-Am bkt Kohala Ded- , utteri.(,()vcr thc ,,,, .. hari,
rick (new). llnd,Holph4,C,.t,lays ,ui.k. ,,., lmt , ,, wr(,
uui, .nil .m !..., ..,.v.r.,u. l,ick." The Rklnnrr'a wlfn nn,l l.or
beloved bird were followed over the
Hawaiian EngineeriDg and Construction Co.
ROOMS 508, 509, 510 STANGENWALD BUILDING.
P. O. BOX 834. TEL. MAIN jx
All classes of Engineering Work solicited; Examination. Surreyi an4 X
tort made for any class of Waterworks, Steam and Electric, Constructioaj
PUns and Specifications and Estimates Prepared, and Construction 8uprla
tended. In all branches of Engineering Work: Contract solicited for Rll.
roads, Electric and Steam; Tunnels, Bridges, Buildings, Highways F"oni.
tlons, Piers. Wharves, etc
Special attention given to Examinations, Valuation, and Reports
Properties for Investment purposes.
FHEDEMCK J. AMWKO, M. AM. Soc. 0. ,
Engineer and Vanagw.
W. R. CASTI.E Jn.. Secretary and Treasurer.
Holph & Co.. CO;. Oregon, Am bk. Par
ker, .1, J. Moore & Co., 17; Am. sh Ser
vla, Nelson, J. .1. Moore & Co., 12, Hen
ry Vlllard. Am sh.. Schaube, Hind.
Roluh & Co., 31; Am bkt Ueorglna,
Ilrandt (new) J. & A. Drown. 29; Ha
waiian Isles, Haw sh., Mallctt. J. &
A. Drown, II; Am schr Prosper, Jo
hunnsen, Html. Ilolpli & Co ; Colum
bin, Am sh., Mntson, J. J, Moore & Co.;
Am bkt Hobt. Sudden. Jansen. .1. J.
Moore & Co.; E. II. Jackson, Am schr..
Maas (now), J. J. Moore & Co.; J. L.
Stanford, Am bkt
Moore & Co.; W. F
side by the cook, tho cabin hoy and
the master himself. Tho boat rowed
away Just as thc old Kathleen settled
down Into the sea that was red with tho
blood of the avenging whale and his
If you havo Soro Throat Paln-ICIiler
will cure It. If you havo a cough or
cold, Pain-Klllcr will end it. If rna
havo cramps or diarrhoea, Paln-Klller
Will rpllfVn It. t vnil flit Ttiirn nr
Molested, J. J. bruise yourself. Paln-Klller will stop
uarnis, m senr., me pain, in snort, a uotiio or rain
Pederson (new). J. & A. Drown; Echo, Killer on your shelf will save you pain,
Am bkt.. llellesen J. &. A. Hrown, Am 'J'"0 a'I money. Avoid substitutes
bk; Hawaii. McLeod. Hind, llolph & ll,er" ls bl,t on Paln-Klller. Perry Da-
Co.; Am bkt Lahalna. Carlson. Hind, vis'. Price 25c nnd f.ne.
llMlnl, JtV Pri nnht It IIImi) Anikelir .
Krlcksen, Hind. Itolph & Co.; Muriel,
Am schr., Wllkendcr. Hind, nolph &
Co.; Darossa, Ncr bk.. Evciibcn. J. J.
Moore & Co.; Am bk Gen. Falrchlld,
MtCarron, J. & A. Drown. Nitrate
Ports Am schr Kona, Tjlnsmoro. Hal
four. Oiithrlo & Co., 21; Am schr Se
home, Peterson, Dalfour, Guthrie &
Co., 22 days out.
TluTover popular Italucr Deer Is Just
ns much a favorite as over. It Is on
draught at tho Now Criterion Saloon
ns it wna nt tho old. The longer It is
used tho better It Is liked.
AMcn Elfftnc "Belt"
pensory !s guaranteed
all tht vuratlve proper
ties of the espenslve belts now sold by
dovtors and druix ' It gives a very
ftiong current of electricity andlseally
regulateJ. Bound to superseJe others. Can
be had from the undersigned only; no
agents; no discount. Circular free. AdJress
I'lerce lilcctrlc Co . 206 Post St San
Frar.. lco Sent free to Hawaii for 65.00
SHREVE & CO., San Francisco
To facilitate trade with the Hawaiian Islands, will uellver
all goods purchased or ordered of them, free of all charges
for transportation to Honolulu or returning same to San
Francisco. Goods will he sent on selection to those know
ing tho firm, or who will furnish satisfactory references In
Jewelers, Gold and Silver Manufacturers,
Market Ce Post Ht., 8. P.
Illustrated CATALOGUE and prices furnished upon receipt
of request. Wo have the largest manufactory of Jewelry
and Silverware west of New York City, and are prepared to
furnUh special designs.
I. De Turk's Table Wines
Justly known to ho tho CHOICEST
CALIFORNIA PRODUCT. A largu
supply of the different varieties JUBt
H. HACKFELD & CO., LTD.
AGENTS AND GENERAL DISTRIBUTORS
THE HAWAIIAN TERRITORY.
A. V. GHAIt, President.
EMMUTT MAY, Secretary.
The Honolulu Investment Co., Ltd.
Insure your Lite, Property. Household Goods or Merchandise
In the best 11 nil strongest campiinlcs, ns represented by
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