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RVENINO BULLETIN nOTTOUrWT. H. T., BATUIIDAY, MAY 24, 1W2.
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NOVELTIES IN SILKS
SOMETHING RE ALY BEAUTIFUL
Sec tho display or now Bilks this week; every design cholco and
a dnzzling variety of patterns. Handsome showing of somo 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 storo without first seeing
NEW FANCY CORDED SILKS
Extra, heavy quality of exquisite colorings and every piece a gem;
tho very latest. ThTs week 60c yard.
SOLID COLOR JAPANESE SILKS
Ileal bona fldo Jap. heavy quality, full line of colors.
40c and 50c per Yard
SILK AND 'SATIN LIBERTY FOULARDS
Dress lengths and designs; positively cnptivatlng; colors exqul
Bite and all new new NEW.
HANDSOME WASH MATERIALS
Kvery Incoming steamer adds to our splendid stock of Wash Ma
terials and wo bollevo every lady who has seen our goods will pro
nounce the stock to bo tho finest ever shown In this city. Now goods
just arrived and aro now on exhibition. All tho latest novelties.
Speclnl lino of embroidery edg
ing At 256
Regular 35c and 40c Value.
Dainty goods and a largo varie
ty of patterns.
Il Yard for $1.00
EXTRA FINE DIMITIES
Cxtra quality in figured stripes,
solid stripes, polka dots.
6 Yards for $1.00
Latest patterns, very sheer.
20c the Yard
Full lino of solid colors.
Direct Importation 'from Eng
land, although tho duty is high
we are selling 10-yard pieces at
White ground with black polka
dots and white ground with fan
cy figures; 34 inches wide.
6 Yards for $1,00
Very flno quality, exquisite pat
terns; sure to please. Per yard
Colored ground with fancy fig
ures. 7 Yards for $1,00
AND LINEN TISSUE
Tho very latest with trimming
Very stylish and durable It you
haven't bought any Jo so at
Only 25c a Yard
LEWIS NXION RESIGNS AS
LEADER OF TAMMANY
DRY GOODS COMPANY, LTD
1 fishing lights 1
Wo have JuHt reclvcd a Hhlpmcnt o
2 of GASOLINE and KEROSENE S
3 FISHING TOIiCIIUS, absolutely
snfe nnd cannot by blown out. --
&. Aside from leinjj used fop fishing 0
j purposes, they have proven to be j
- an excellent 0UT81DE LIGHT fop "
- plantation use. PRICE $2.25 UP 3
e Tlieo, H. Davies & Co., Ltd.
5 Hardware Department. -
LEWIS NIXON, LATE
New York, May 14. Lewis Nixon,
leader of Tammany Hall for nearly six
months, rcstgucd that position today
nt a meeting of tho district leaders, '
held In Tammany Hall. While tho res-
Ignatlon was not entirely unexpected,,
It was not thought that Mr. Nixon i
would take such positive action until
a later date, first awaiting tho action I
of tho leaders to see If they would give I
him a vote of confidence. Instead o(
this ho refused to allow any vote ol
ctTifidenee. nnd went so far as to say
that he could no longer retain his self
respect If he remained ns leader.
Tho meeting of tho district leadori
was called at the Instnnco of Mr. Nix
on, who on Tuesday night sent tele
graphic messages to all of the thirty
seven. This action followed n dead
lock at the meeting of tho sachems of
the Tammany Hall Society Monday,
when Nixon's Intention of retaining
Thomas I- Feltnor as grand sachem
was frustrated by a tie, thero being
six of the sachems of the thirteen for
and six ngalnst tho retention, the thir
teenth, George C. Clausen, being ab
sent. Tho action nt that tlmo caused
a general discussion of the possibili
ties of Nixon losing control of the or
ganization and tho combination head'
ed by John F. Carroll ousting him.
Nixon, In an Interview on Tuesday,
said If he could not havo tho confl
dencc of tho lenders he would go out.
When Nixon arrived nt Tammany
Hall today all thirty-seven leaders
wero present. As soon as tho meeting
was called to order Nixon nroso nnd
said: "Gentlemen, I havo decided ta
resign as leader of Tammany Hall.
This resignation Is nbsoluto and post'
tlve, and will not bo withdrawn. I
wish It to takb effect Immediately. I
feel that I cannot retain my self-respect
nnd still remain tho leader of
Tammany Hall. My decision Is unal
terablo There was a moment's silence when
Nixon had finished. Then Michael C
The Whole Story
In one letter about
(ME MIT DAT!)
from Capt F. ltjt, follco Station No. 4
5, Montreal t-"W fmjufntly ue TrBiiT 3
llvi I'AiK-KtMKtifor)ifri inthttvm.i
1 h, rbeutrtatt$tt ttiffntt$ fro$t bitts, th'U t
1 ftMfiu, Tfifi), and all affliction wilch!
J bf a'l tnen In our portion I bat e do beil-
t titlon In tajlng that 1'ai.vKiu.eh it tht
, '( rrrny t liatt nt ir at band."
(Tcl Internally nml Kxtrrnnlly
Two 8lz, 2V, and &. boltlti.
IMltor i:tcnng Ilulletln -Considerable
Indignation Is felt In buslniss clr
cl s nt the persistently foolish lourse
of the Adertlser In rontnntl harping
011 matters connected with lr rosy and
thereby forcing the fact of our baling
a large amount of leprosy on these
Islands prominently on the notlrc of
tourists and other visitors.
The silly boosting by the morning
paper of the tua tun plant nu a i"meily
Is on n par with their other folly In
regard to leprosy. Those who icad Mio
Advertiser would almost supposo tho
writers of tho wearisome lMters and
Murphy made a very complimentary artlrles on this subject wero Ihcrasrlves
speech In praise of Nixon. Ho did not ' discoverers or mis so-canea rcmc-
say. however, that he wished him to ''' , A , ,mnltcr ,f ,act n" I'10, "'"
' , , ,,.... made by the morning paper Is based
remain as lender. He said that Nixon 0,ply on tlle story of n ollorIv ,lU
had done splendid work ns tho leader pthiisinstlc schoolmarm of Honolulu
and had the confidence of all tho lead- who claims she has a relative who nvns
ers. J cured by the use of tua tua In Tonga
Nixon itimwd to his feet ns soon ns Now no scientific observer verifies Mus
Murphy had finished and Bald: "1 do
not desire any vote or confidence what
ever." Ho Immediately left the room, fol
lowed by an outburst of hnndclnpplng.
Once outside the meeting room Nixon
would only say to the newspaper men:
"I nm out ns lender of Tammany Hall.
Shipbuilding Is my business. 1 nm out
of politics nnd nm glad of It. I will de
vote my time to my business of ship
bullulng and will talk of that by tho
General Merchandise. Diay Goods, Groceries,
Japanese Provisions, etc
MAQOON BLOCK, MEROIIANT ftTREET.
E . O- 3302C 880 ILvEaira. 2in
story. Nor Is It either certain oi
probably the caso was one of leproiy.
Careful enquiry made by the Agricul
tural Department In Washington re
sults In proving the story of a pi lost
having cured a case of leprosy In Ven
ezuela many years ago to be untrue,
nnd the enquiries of the Honolulu
Hoard of Health through numerous
channels also fall to chow a single nu
thcnllc cure; on the contrary tho doc
tors In Carncns. the capital of Venez
uela, scout tho Idea of tut tua IHng of
any value whatever In this disease.
hour, but 1 will not talk about politics The Honolulu Board ot Health has
hero nfter. Tho cause of my reslgnn'
tlon Is plain
nnd elected Mr. Feltnor g-nnd Bachom,
but 1 would not appeal to Mr. CroTTfr."
done nulto n lot of experimenting with
I could have won out tua tua Itself and Is still continuing tho
experiments, nuvuig iiiiuiicu iuikc
numbers of tua tua buihes nt Moloknl
and Instructed tho medical superintend
ent to begin the trial of this remedy
when n sufficiency is on hand to euablo
the experiment to be fairly Med. S
far the results of the Hoard' trials
hue been negative In their resulls.
It Is strange but truo these wonderful
cures get started by parsons and oil
women, the same class of people. I.y
the bye, who wrlto tho testimonial
which boost up the thousand one quack
remedies and nostrums, which am
spoiling the Insldes of so ninny of our
fellow countrymen. If tlie other o d
women on tho Advertiser staff who
write sensation paragraphs nnd .dup
over about tua tua would only renllzo
that bejond giving undue nronilneucj
to tho fad of tho existence of leprosy
In these Islands, they are rlbolutely
doing harm nnd thereby prob.it,. v
Chinese Rebels Meet
Peking, May 13. Tho Oovernnusit
announces that, after two days' fight
ing, tho rebels In the southern part of
the provinco of Chi I.t have been com
pletely defeated and their leaders cap
tured. The encounter between tho rebels
nnd the troops of Yang Kal Shi, tho
I Governor of Chi 1.1 province, practi
cally breaks up all armed roslatnnco
to the Government. It Is eatlmnted (.wklnir tourlBt travel: besides such
that "00 of the rebels were killed. Tho , j ellow Journalism Is of no possible
end of the engagement savored of a benefit. Though It may servo to nil up
spare for want of better copy. It It
I massacro. All tho wounded wero kill
ed nnd no prisoners wero taken.
AUSTRALIAN GOVEKNOR OUT.
'ljj-v Men WhitVeSj f lour
JriJ antlueumUln-tructlnii. tclimnn
- al. anil rml fRIE an n Fouvrlilr fi
'i-relly nwo or ilouirmtoil .! Iry. writeainnre.
lAcmaRookCo Cg3n.AihtirUla.N Carolina U S
i Melbourne, Australia, May 1 1. It
i was announced In the Senate tonight
that tho Karl of Hopototm had decided
to resign the Governorship of tho Aus
tralian commonwealth. Tho resigna
tion Ib owing to tho refusnl of Colonlnl
Secretary Chamberlain to -rnnt blia
nn additional nllowance of 8000 bo
sides IiIh salary of 10,000, "to muln
,taln tho dignity of tho office."
generally admitted the business Inter
ests of this community would be better
I am, sir,
ONK WHO IS FKKMNO THK DL'LI.
Honolulu, .May 2S, 132.
ARE YOU DEAF??
Ktery kind or (Unfile and tllfflrult linr
Iiijc t'Hii lit rurrri itjr our new litTontlonj nilr
thoso tiaTiDK boon born iieaf aro Incurable !Ntlrk
In llifrnrresKcnl u.rr, htnd ntrtlculara abou
your cue. Coniultntloii and ntlTlce ft re. J'terj
one ran cure hlnitelf at bl own bumu at very
DIR. DALT0N'? AURAL CLINIC,
1t Luallx Avenue. CUICAUl). I I.I... IT A. A.
Before It Is Too Late!
BUY WHATSOEVER YOU WANT AT FIGURES WAY BELOW COST
OUR HNTIRE STOCK
MUST BE GLEANED OUT BY JUNE 30, 1902.
NEW GRASS LINEN JUST RECEIVED.
GOO KIM, 1116 Nuuanu Street
P. O, BOX 99.
THE OLDEST CH.. E FIRM IN HONOLULU.
CiiUri la Flat Silks toa Grait Lloaoi. Cblnex ao Jtptntit Oooll ol All Klili.
iott Nuoan ctrtfct
within the next 60 days
To sec every man, who is operating machinery hy
other power than clectricit, at our office to fiKltre with
ns. We can save him mones anil make him money. The
advantages of electrical transmission of power are numer
ous, hut the more important may lie treated under the
following heads, viz :
2. Convenience ami Flexibility.
3. Saving of Power.
4. Sanitary Improvement.
5. Increased Output
(. Decreased t .. of Maintenance
HAWAIIAN ELECTRIC CO,, Ltd.
King Street. Telephone UDO
HI it " I ' THIm
THE TRANSCENDENT ARC LIGHT
ruo c. i.
Consumes nothing but ordinary Keroien
Oil. Tlio best llRlit known to science and
tho cheapest. Havo received the Highest
Awards at tho I'an-Amcrlcan Exposition.
Sultnhle for storo nnd halls, nnd nro In us
In good many of our prominent stores
throughout the city, such as Wall, Nichols
Co.. Honolulu Drug Co., Holllstvr Drug Co.,
Mclncrny Shoe Store. Elite Ice Cream Tar
tars, Hawaiian Hotel nnd otnera too numer
ous to mention. Wc also Iiave the tame
Arc Lamp to burn 12 hours, which Is suit
able for lamps to bo placed In yards as a
protection against night prowlers. Our
lamps aro In uso throughout all the planta
tions. Tor further particulars Inquire of
WASHINGTON LIGHT CO, C, W, Macfarlane, M'g
orter Furniture Co.
First-class FURNITURE ol all descrip
tions. Upholstering Department un
equalled in the City. Now located in the
Port Htrcet, opp. Love Building.
PORTER FURNITURE CO., LTD.
Hawaiian Engineering and Construction Go.
ROOMS 503, 509, 510 STANGENWALD Bi'lLDlNG.
P. O. BOX 834. TBL. MAIN j(
All clotss ot Engineering Work solicited; Kxamtnatloi's, Survcyi an4 K
porU made for any clusj of Waterworks, Steam and Electric CunitruetlOBi
PUns and Specifications and Estimates Prepared, nnd Construction Buiivla.
trnded, In all brunches of Engineering Work; Contracts solicited for Rail'
roads, Ele:tric and Stram; Tunnels, Bridges, Buildings. Highways, Floata
tions, Piers. Wharves, ttc
Special attention Riven to Examinations, Valuations, and Keports Ml
Properties for lnTcatment purposes.
FREDEKICK J. AMWEO, M. AM. 80c O. B.,
Englntor and Manattr.
W. R. OASTLE Jit.. Secretary and Treasurer.
GEO. A. MARTIN, Tailor Boston Building.
Henry H. Williams
TIIU PROORnsSIVE UNUCRTAKBR I
j ()! i HONOLULU 1 WITH 1 Til II I L
1 ; I K
CITY - FTOfflTIIRE - STORE
I GOOD IflU I Aftcnts?0,'
9 fwSm LANE BROS. I
EMBALMING mm onuments &
a specialty. . . V lYlliead Stones i
I The very la'cst methods feiW Remember there Is no other I
employed In carlne f r the JU&&b MR. WILLIAMS connected R
dead. A lull stock of the bet (l I ifflF'M I! ............ ..u... E
r 1 I 'III I B Willi 11113 CMtlUimillJCm 9U .
5 1 and up-to-date undertaklnR CilllliliJP make no more mistakes. I j
I kooJs :nJ paraphernalia. l-1-.jii?-'-
I Office, 1140 nd 1148 Fort St., Love Building-
a Phone, Wain 64. Residence 137S Fort St., below Vineyard. Phone and NlRht (-all, White 381 1, S
EMWEHT PHYSICIANS halt tarelull) analysed
bottled from the fatuous "KOrl(,SQlFI.LE" in the
JIarz inotiiitaiiis ami havo unanimously pronounced it the
I'l'RI ST and on account of its agreeable taste, the
MOST HI.I'Rl-.SllIXt, OI: ALL XATlliJL MIXER
.11. WATERS'. The ideal drink during the summer
H. HACKFELD & CO., LTD.
Office, 1146 nd 1148 Fort St., Love Building-
Phone, Wain 64. Residence 1375 Fort St., below Vineyard. Phone and Nlsht Call, White 381 1,
tlWWiszmsKxaz m in ti.ii::?g.-nxaau,lii3LLEr.crjBEre
FELS NAPTHA SOAP
WASHES CLOTHES WITHOUT RUBBING
REMOVES ALL GREASE AND PAINT STAINS
SALTERS' GROCERY STORE
Honolulu, U T , May 16. 1002.
Received from EMMETT MAY, draft for Fifteen Hundred Dollars on,
tho OERMANIA LIFE INS. CO. OF NEW YORK, nmount assured by roller
No 20805b on tho Ilfo of William Mayor, deceased.
JiDUO. (Signed;) CKCIL 11UOWN,
Administrator Kstate of Win. Meyei
Tlio GERMANIA pays their death claims promptly; oven In caso of bui
cldo utter tlio policy lias been In force 0110 year. It will bo remembered that
Win. Moyer shot himself recenily.
ll2.MMI2'rr MAY, Mimnof.
Ccrmanla Life Ins. Co., Judd Building,