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EVENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU. H. T.. MONDAY, MAY 19. 1902.
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NOVELTIES IN SILKS
SOMETHING REALLY BEAUTIFUL
Sec the display of new silks this week; every (Reign cliolco and
n dazzling variety of patterns. Handsome showing of some of tho
patterns In our window. Tho window Is only a reflection of tho beau
ty that Is shown within. Don't go by our store without first seeing
NEW FANCY CORDED SILKS
Extra heavy quality of exquisite colorings and every piece n gem;
the very latest. ThTs week 60c yard.
SOLID COLOR JAPANESE SILKS
Heal bona fldo Jap. heavy quality, full lino of colors.
40c and 50c per Yard
SILK AND SATIN LIBERTY FODLARDS
Dross lengths and designs; positively captivating; colors exqui
site and all new new NEW.
HANDSOME WASH MATERIALS
Eery Incoming steamer adds to our splendid stock of Wash Ma
terials and wo bellovo every lady who has- seen our goods will pro
nounce the stock to bo tho flnost ecr shown In this city. New goods
Just arrived and arc now on exhibition. All the latest novelties.
Special line of embroidery edg
ing At 25c
Regular 33c and 40c Value.
Dainty goods an J a largo varie
ty of patterns.
II Yards for $1.00
EXTRA FINE DIMITIES
Extra quality In figured stripes,
solid stripes, polhn dots.
6 Yards for $1,00
Lnt6st patterns, very sheer.
20c the Yard
Full lino or solid colors.
Direct Importation "from Eng
land, although the duty Is high
wo arc selling lOjard pieces at
White ground with black polka
dots and white ground with fan
cy figures; 34 Inches wide.
6 Yards for $1.00
Very fine quality, exqutslto pat
terns; sure to pica bc. Per yard
Colored ground with fancy fig
ures. 7 Yards for $1.00
AND LINEN TISSUE
The very latest with trimming
Very stylish and durable If you
haven't bought any do so at
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Now York, May 1. "If any one 4-
will give me 11,000,000 to defray
the cost of building I will con-
-f struct an airship that will cross
the ocean In two days and have
a carrying capacity of one nun- -f
Such was the remarkable state- -f
ment which M. Santos Dumont
f made today Just before embarking
in South Africa':
-f for Havre by the French line
t steamship Savolo
"I am sorry." the aeronaut ndd-
ed, "that I have not been able to
to show my machine to the public.
Had I been able to do so, I am
sure such an exhibition would
f have Interested capital In the
building of flying machines That
Is the way the automobile was
f brought out. One was built nnd
London, May 7. Further advices le j
reived hero from South Africa an
nounced that 208 lloers had been cap
tured and that ten burghers were kill
ed In the neighborhood of Llndlo), Or
ange Itlvcr Colony, yesterday.
Lord Kitchener, In reporting tho
enpture of Doers near Llndlcy. said
i Hint the ilrltlsh troons forming a con-
I tlnuous line loft tho Frankfort, Hell-
bron nnd Vrcdcfort line at dawn with
out wheels of nn) Bort nnd proceeded
rapidly south, reaching tho Kroonstad
and Llndlcy neighborhood with tho
result announced The llrltlsh ens
ualtfcs were nil. The captured men
represent the most Irreconcilable
lloers in tho Orange River Colony.
T-I.ft Int.. nt OLInn Wnslprn Pnnn !
Colony, which had been besieged since
April 4 by a Transvnal force under
Commandant Smutz, hnR been rollov
DEAD FROM PLAGUES
t- The Hague May 9 Famine
flood and pestilence arc destroy
f life so rapidly In the province of
Demak, Java, that In somo dls-
trlcts there arc not enough sur-
v Ivors to bury the dead After
f large numbers of the Inhabitants
-f had been reduced to a low physl-
cal ebb by lack of food, heavy
rains fell and submerged the low-
lands Malaria Immediately spread
among tho refugees on the
Ono thousand deaths hnvc been
f recorded within a fen weeks. It t
f Is olllclallj reported that cholera
Is developing In various places
f and It Is feared It will spread to 4
Lord Roberts Mny Retire.
London Mi) 4 In milltar) circles
public!) exhibited In Paris As
n result many persons became In-
tercsted, new Ideas and Improve-
f ments followed and toda we seo
nutomoblles almost ever) where
.... tin. nncxtlnn of J!nrl Huberts' retire-
n Urltlsh force miner uoionei "" : , ,,,,.,
I nn I " alUlll tlV '"Tfc l VUNIIIIilimv.'
cjoopei me garrison w m k"- ci,cr nmie,ilatoly after the coronation
health and only a few of the troops , fr(,el, tilsciiscd It Is looked upon
f And In time we will airships"
Only 25c a Yard
LOTS OF GOOD SPORTS
ON ISLAND OF MAUI
Morning Stars Defeated Waikapu
Team at Baseball and Makawaos
Do Same to Wailuku
wcro wounded. The Doers retired
Lord Kitchener, In reporting tho re
lief of Oklep. adds that tho Concordia
district. In about tVie same part of
Cnpo Colony. Is clear of Doers.
Pretoria, May 1. Tho general meet
ing of the Doer leaders, at which a
final decision on the subject of the
peace negotiations is expected will
take place at Vcreenlng, Trnr.svaal,
May 15, not May 2r. as announced
London, May L It Is officially as
sorted that subsequent to tho dellbera
Hon of tho Doer leaders nt Vorecnlng
they will pioeeod to Pretoria and de
liver to Lord Kitchener their decision
In regard to the peace terms they aro
prepared to accept.
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as a certain!) that the Dime or i on-
naught will succeed him nnd will nut
return to Ireland.
TRACK IS EXCELLENT
AND PURSES ARE LARGE
DON'T GO ON WORRYING
With Inferior or needlessly oxpcnslvo Illumination in jour home.
Thero Is absolutely no occasion for It. Thousands of housekeep
ers throughout tho Islands have, removed this onnoylns problem
entirely by acquainting thomsclvcs with tho Ideal perfect light for
the home. It Is as brilliant as gas or electricity, never smokes,
smells or gives any troublo, Is lighted nnd extinguished as easily
as gas, and burns but little kerosene oil. Our catalog shows all
Bt)les from J1.S0 up, ami Is sent for tho asking.
Theo. H. Davies & Co., Ltd.
Wnlluku, May 17 The first game ot
baseball of this season wns pln)ed hist
Sunday at Wells' Park, Wailuku, be
tween the Walkapus and Morning
Stars. Thcio was a fair attendance.
The admission fee wns twenty-five
cents and over J20 was realized from
Tho Morning Stars defeated tha
Walkapus, the score being 23 to 12. A
Honolulu baseball enthusiast who wit
nessed the game stated that the Morn
ing Stars have a good team under good
management, that what Is most need
ed Is team work rather than Individual
The polo game at Sunny Side, Pala,
between the Makawaos and Wnlluku
teams on Saturday, May 10, was won by
me lornier, me score uemg 1 iui i uu
line-up was as follows:
Mukawao S E Kulama. L von
Tcmpsk). G. W, Wilbur nnd D C.
Wnlluku W H. Cornwell Jr. G. II
Cummlngs, J Thompson and Frank
The Injury to L R Crook's right arm
weakened the Wailuku team and the
defeat Is laid to that fact. The goal
earned by the Wallukus was made
through an error of Mr Wilbur of the
Makawaos In carr)lng the bnll to tho
opponents' goal Mr Cornwell seizing
tho opportunity, took the ball awny
from him and tent It fl)lng between the
Another gamo between the samo
teams will bo pln)ed at the Kuhulut
grounds this Saturday afternoon Tha
track has been leveled nnd rolled nnd
Is now In better condition, lint still
the Mnknvvuo field If the ideal place for
a polo game.
Tho Suffolk (England) farmers aro
waging ruthless war on sparrows.
Slnco tho formation of n club nt Wick
ham Market for tho extermination of
this pest over 8500 birds have bitten
the dust. ,
Russian Peasants are
in Constant Revolt
St. Petersburg. Tuesday, April 29.
Duko Alexander of Oldenburg's celu
brnted chateau of Ilomone, lu tho Gov
ernment of Voronek, Southern Russia,
has been burned by revolting peasants,
who practically ruined tho estate. Tho
Duko Is tho father In law of tho Czar's
sister Olga, who married his sou,
Duko Peter, last jcar.
Copenhagen, May l. A dispatch to
tho Palltlkcn of this city from Hussla
(filed on tho German frontier) an
nounevs that the labor population of
tho whole district between Moscow
and Vladimir, Central Russia. Is 'n 10
volt Thero havo been numerous eu
counters between tho worklngmcii
and the troops and man) poisons have
becn killed or wounded
A Uhlan regiment commanded b)
Colonel Moiozeff refused to net against
tho work nun
St. Petersburg, May 1 The serious
ness of the situation In South Hussla
Is apparent from tho fact that Drugo
miroff. Governor General of Kloff, I'a
carleff, vice director of tho Department
of Police, and other officials have
Joined Von Plchowc, tho Minister ol
tho Interior, at Krnkoff. Tho Voronjn
sugar refineries havo especially suf
fered from tho outbreak, during which
tho Duko of Oldenburg's estate was
General Merchandise. Dry Goods, Groceries.
Japanese Provisions, etc
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The name of Lieut Charles Carroll
Wood, u grandnephow of Jefferson
D.ivis, nnd n gi cat-grandson of Pi cal
dent Zachnry Ta)lor, appinis as the
first m the roll of honored deid on
Cauudn's memorial statue to her sol
diers who fell lu the Door War, and
which will ho elected In Halifax ,
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Honolulu and Hilo Horses Expected
to Enter Polo Pony Event
Arranged for Other
Valluku. Ma) 17. Tho adjourned
meeting of the Maul Ilarlng Association
was held In tho Wnlluku courthouse I
Inst Thursday evening Hon. A, N, Ko
The committee of four Messrs. A.
N Kepolkal, G. D. Itobertson, J. L.
Coke and W. L. Decoto appointed at n
previous meeting to see tho managers
of Maul plantations about giving their
respectivo emplo)cs a holiday on Au
gust 12, made their report. Mr. Ke
polkal stated that Hon. II. P. Ilaldwln
of the Hawaiian Commercial & Sugar
Co wns willing to allow all those who
care to sec the races to go, but tbos.i
who preferred to work might do so.
Messrs M L. Decker and W T
Ilobinson reported that tho track was
In n ver) fair condition and would not
cost much to put In first class shape
for Jul) 4 races.
Tho pony race, purse $100. schedul
ed for AiiKiist 12, was t hanged eo as tn
read Polo race, one mllo dash to bo
llddcn b) polo pln)crs, purse $150
It wns argued that Honolulu polo
pln)crs would brlug their mounts to
compete with Maul ponies and a great
and exciting race Is looked for
Tho hlc)do rnco for Jul) 4 was
stricken out nnd n purse for a foot race
(100 ) arils), was made with first prlzo
$21 and second prlzo $10. Lntrnnro
fee will he $2 SO.
The meeting then adjourned subject
to the call of tho cbnli It was gen
eral!) understood at the meeting that
several of tho members of tho associa
tion have alrond) received assurances
from owners of raco horses both In llllo
nnd Honolulu that the) would bring
theli favorite animals
Iho exceptionally big purses havo
dono much to bring about this most
promising result for the 12th of Au
gust inres The Maul Ilaclng Associa
tion will see that August 12 will b tho
biggest rare meet that Maul has over
who hasn't on electric fan
this kind of weather. Why
melt and say "Whew! Isn't It
hot"! when )ou can havo an
unlimited number ot coolest
zcph)rs that blow for $15
ready to cool nt any time?
That's the price of our elec
tric fans Don't put off being
comfortable. " " " " " "
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King Street. Telephone 300
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Oil. Tho best light known to sclcnca and
tho cheapest. Havo received tho Highest
Awards at tho Pan-American Exposition.
Suitable for store nnd halls, and aro In uso
In good mnny of our prominent Btores
throughout tho city, such ns Wall, Nichols
Co. Honolulu Drug Co, Hollister Drug Co.,
Mclncrny Shoe Store, Ullto Ico Cream Par
lors, Hawaiian Hotel and otnrs too numer
ous to mention. Wo nlso Tiavo tho ramo
Arc Lamp to burn 12 hours, which Is suit
able for lamps to be placed In )ards as a
protection against night prowlers Our
lamps are in uso throughout all tho planta
tions. Tor further particulars Inqulro of
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roads, Electric and Stoan; Tunnels, Drldgcs, Buildings, Highways, Foaato
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Special attention given to Examinations, Valuations, and Report v
Properties tor Investment purposes.
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W R. CASTLE JR., Secretary and Treasurer.
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Since ping-pong was first played, thero has aluajs been a diversity of
opinion as to the kind of racquet that is best suited to tho game, nnd although
the question has now narrowed down to two or thioe kinds of bats, there are
several varieties still In use. Among tho more populai nro tho vellum,
parchment, wood, wood covered, gut, and 101k rneqiiPtB nvcr one has It j
disadvantages and some more than otners Iho gut bat which was roi a
time extensively used Is rapidly becoming obsolete and within a shoit timo it
will no longer bo an adjunct to tho game Olio of Its principal drawbacks
Is Its action on tho ball, the gut cutting t'ie f : alt xylonite like n knife Iho
lork incquct has uover been much moio than cxpiilment. and, except for
weight, Is not better than tho wooden bit Tho lntter Is vcij popular, und
with ono exception answers all Iho requirements of n plajer This excep
tion, however is nn important ono Tho suifaie Ixlug to hard anil smooth
will simply r tin n tin, ball In tho direction plajoil, and will not spin or turn
It 'Iho finer points uio therefore not possible with this bat. Iho pmhmcnt
like tho vellum but gives tho plng-yung bound, but both nro subject to tll
mntlc changes tho founer more than tho lattei Tho so cillnd parchment
racquets are fitqucntlv only Imitation nnd the tension of one side is often
different fiom that of tho other Should tlxbo bats he used. It Is advlsible
to sllghtl) wuim them befoio play Tho vellum li.it cousins of a single strip
of vellum over a wooden or metal frame and should It not be nlTcctid bj tha
weather It Is In evei way an Ideal ra quet Oieater spin can he m quired
with this bat than any othei and the l.istlilt of tho vellum ennhles tho
plavei to Impait to tho ball an kind of action desired If an upplluno1
loiild bo fixed to (his bit so that tho vellum Is tightened or relaxed nt will
tho ruequet will then ho ns neai to pelfee-llon as possible
'ihe onlj othei kind of bat worthj of coiisldeiallon' Is 1.10 vvood-eeiveied
hit, mid Iho success of this depends eiitliely upon tho coveting used Should
s.ind en- glnts papei bo used, plenty of action Is posslblo, but cither of theso Ij
II ililo te break tlm bill at any time HiUiber coveting has nlso been tried
with success, but at present ITTe vellum bat Is tlm ineist desliable,
the Very Latest Woe
London, May fi "Ping-pong nnklo"
Is tho latest companion to "tennis el
bow " The medical namo is teno
sjnovltls, ami It hurts much
An account of a ease of "ping-pong
nnklo" Is given piomliieneo In tho
lliltlsh Medical Journal 'Iho patient
had consldciahlo swelling of tho left
leg obovo tho ankle The swelling
subsided after a da) passed tn bed An
examination showed ncuto Inflamma
tion of tho sheaths of tho tendons con
nected with tho muscle's around tho
shin. Tho attendant nscrihed tho suf
fering to the results of ping-pong
plying, and ho wroto to tho Medical
Journal, warning plncis that tho gamo
Involves u gloat strain on tho shin bono
nnd muscles nnd until a costume nnd
footgenr appiopilato to tho popular
sport Is evolved the ellscnto Is likely to
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In two slies Pilcu 25c and TiOc Avoid
substitute's thero Is but uno P.iln-Klll-
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floated lu l'rance, amounting to $90,
000,000, will be arranged.
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