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SUNDAY BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H.. SUNDAY, MAY 25, 1902.
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tt Los Angeles, April 26. A well-
HUNTING HIS WATCH
XX dressed English tourist, whose tt
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XX watch and chain. Ho was post- tt
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PROOF OF THE' EXISTENCE OF THE BEEF TRUST
SHOWN IN THE TERMS OF ITS OWN AGREEMENT
Attorney General Knox, by direction
of President Roosevelt, has begun pro-
lYiarcn u a ii - .- i
ArU 3 11 1.J this agreement does not apply to sales ccedlngs to have the methods tf tho
Aprl 14 12 of provisions, but does cover all sales Trust declared a violation of the Fed-
I of fresh meats, tho term 'fresh meats
These are the firms that control tho meaning all beef, pork, veal or mutton
beet and provision market of the I In carcass, or any portion of the rams
Tho following table shows the week- 'All bills payable on or beforo tho
ly cost of prime beef to the Mainland Monday following date of sale. All
butcher since the mfdJle of February: fresh meats must bo weighed and
Cents, charged to customers on day of sale.
February 21 9 34 Should, however, any dealer In fresb
February SS 10 I meats be delinquent on any account
March 5 r 10 1-2 contracted after the above date ho
March 12 10 34 ! shall bosold for cash or check only
March 19 11 until Buch account Is paMt In full. II
March 26 11 14 '8 further understood and agreed that
oral districts where tho centers of the
Trust's operations arc located to Join
Live and Dead Meat Prices.
Live Stock, per lb. Apr. 1, Apr. 1,
deposit with tho arbitrator the sum of
one hundred ($100) dollars to Bccuro
payment of such fines, and all fines
shall be applied toward tho expense of
conducting this agreement. Theso do Sheep 5.40
posits, or the balanco thereof, shall bo Hogs 7.00
returned to us by tho arbitrator should j Meals, per lb.
wc ever withdraw from this agree- Beef, carcasses 9.12
ment or this agreement cease. I Hogs, carcasses S.TJ0
"Sixth Wo each agree to have our Mutton, carcasses 9.75
representatives meet wltu the arbltra- Daeon 9.50
tor at 2 o'clock p. m. on Tuesday of ( Hams 10.75
each w cek and then and there furnish ' Lard, New York 10.10
the arbitrator with the names of all Beef, New York 6.25
Money In It.
"Silence," said tho man who quotes.
"Well," nnswcrcfl Col. Stlllwell, "I
don't know about sllcnco being golden.
Hut I must admit that I know of 'sev
eral people In tho mountains Who have
mado considerable money out of a
Btlll." Washington Stnf.
Swift e. Co.,
Armour &. Co.,
Cudahy Packing Company,
Nelson MorrTc & Co.,
Q. H. Hammond A. Co.,
Schwarzschltd A Sulzberger.
The Beef Trust controls an annual
trade amounting to $600,000,000, of
which the houses of Armour, Swift,
Morris and Hammond, known as the
"Big Four," control $560,000,000.
I which has not been cured, pickled
smoked or canned; also all dressed
poultry and game.
"Second All dealers In fresh meats
entitled to credit shall have the priv
ilege of paying their bills by check,
checks, however, to be deposited not
In tho movement against It. The DIb- parties delinquent and with the amount
trlct Attorneys to co-operate with the of their delinquency.
Attorney General are Solomon !!. "We also agrco to notify tho arbltra-
Ilothca, or Chicago, representing tho tor promptly of tno payment of deiln-
District of Illinois; William Warner,
of Kansas City, representing the West
ern District of Missouri, and William
son S. Summers, of Omaha, represent-
Pork, New York 8.12
later than the day following their re- Ing the District of Nebraska.
qucnt accounts. In case the amount
for which any customer Is delinquent
nt any time consists of a disputed 1ml-(
nnce, such customer shall not be re-,
ported as delinquent, but his namo ,
Wholesale and Retail Prices
Dressed beef 6jc
eclpt, and no post dated checks to b Attorney General Jonn C. Davlcs, of land fno circumstances Bhall be stated. Veal 8c
accepted. No check (unless certified) 'Albany, nt the suggestion of Covcrnonn open meeting, nnd ft shall depend Pork 6c
to be taken from any dealer whoso Odell nnd with assurance oT aid from, upon the unanimous vote of tho ropro
check has been twlco refused at tho tho Federal officials. Is preparing tosentatlvcs present or In tho event of
bank during threo months. If pay- begin an action against tho Trust fori a disagreement, upon tho decision of
Sirloin steak 16c
Irrcfutnblo evidence of the exlstenco ment Is refused by tho bank on anj tho purpose of bringing about Us ills- the arbltrator-rwhcthor such custom-
of the Beef Trust, In flat contradiction check received by n party to this solution on the ground that tt Is vlo- er shall be sold for cash or check only .Porterhouse steak 20c
of the dentals of the packing house .agreement he shall mako Immediate latlng tho Anti-Trust laws of the Slate 'until the dispute Is adjusted. Round steak 16c
managers, Is found In the following
agreement, published by the New
York Herald, which tho Trust, dis
claiming any collusion whatsoever,
calls "an agreement to extend cred
report of the matter to tho arbitrator, of Now York.
8cvcnth No account shall bo paid Mutton 12e
by note for the purpose ol extending Lamb ... . 12c
credit, or by loan from any of tho par
ties to tho agreement, or from any of
their employes, either directly or Indl-
S CIRCULATION LIAR jj
HUNDRED YEARS AGO
tt On April 23. 1802, tho London tt
tt Times said that It had hlth- tt
tt erto refrained from noticing any- tt
!tt thing In the Morning Post, from a tt
ftt conviction that to do so would be tt
I J! extremely degrading. Tho Morn- tt
JJ Ing Post, however, had at last Xt
tt driven It, the Times, beyond en- tt
'tt durance by an article announced K
tt as the most Important Intclll-M
lit genco ever given In that paper tt
tt for the last twenty years. This tt
tt momentous plcco of news was tt
tt that the circulation of tho Times tt
tt amounted to 1398 copies. tt
U The Morning Post went Into tt
tt particulars by giving names of tt
tt news venders who sold the tt
tt Times, with tho number of con- tt
tt les they disposed of. U
tt Tho Times, In reply, set out the tt
Jt list given by Its rival, and. In tt
tt parallel columns, the truo figures tt
tt of tho Bales for which theso news tt
Jt venders nccountcd. Tho Times JJ
JJ denounced the Morning Post's tt
JJ "Important Intelligence" as a Be- tt
JJ rtes of the grossest falsehoods tt
JJ that ever disgraced the press. tt
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and the dealer from whom check Is Tammany Hall has named n corn
received shall be sold only for cash mlttec of three lawyors to assist these
or check until tho dishonored check Is prosecutions by the authorities and to
paid. Dishonored checks returned to aid In collecting ovldencc of the Illegal
members In enses where the maker of character of tho combination.
..pirt Thn undersigned agree that the check Is not tho party from whom Congress has Joined In the fight
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on and after August 7, 1899. all dealers received snail nrsi ic presented against tne trust, ueprcscninuvo pioyos. in nny way assist a customer glm hc gcnt ,0 , arbitrator, who
In fresh meats may have tho prlvllcgo for redemption to the party from whom John It. Thayer, of Massachusetts, has to pay his account. I8halt keep the same on (lie for pur-
of paying their bills of tho previous 'l '" received, and u not redeemed at Introduced a resolution caning upon liigntn wo lurinor ngreo mai pos a( rcfcrcncCc
Heat nnd cold In the same apparatus
i Is the design of a now device patented
"All straight purchases of $5 or less 'by a woman. It resembles a luncheon
shall not be furnished to tho arbltra-' hamper and Is ten by ten Inches at
Elisha J. Hunt's Invention
week on or beforo Tuesday of the foV once by him he shall bo Immediately
lowing week, nnd to this end wo will reported to the arbitrator as a delln
print on nil our bills and statements, quent.
iniru wc ncrcuy appoint Arinur
Colby arbitrator under this agreement
nt a salary of thrco thousand dollars
per annum, to be paid by us pro rata,
with full power to oxamlno our books,
papers and accounts, and to impose
nnd collect n fine of not more than fif
ty ($50) dollars for each violation of
this agreement that may be proved to
his satisfaction, nnd from his decision
no appeal shall He. This appointment
to terminate by thirty (30) days' notlca
in writing on either side.
'Fourth If nny party to this agree
ment shall disclose to any one (out
side dealers and others) Information
ns to the delinquency of any customer
in the payment of his account, whore-
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Ily use of unique fuel, burning with
out flame or smoke, food In tho upper
section Is kept warm, while the lower
part of the arrangement acts as a re
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the Department of Justice to report should nny of us acquire nny special ..Thc tcm of lriapa si,ai not enter
what steps are being taken tn curb thc security from nny party for an account ag a factor (0 caug(, 0P continue a do
Trust, contracted subsequent to tho dnto of innpnpv nf n denier."
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Jersey, has presented another resold- tlfy tho arbitrator, who shnll Inform
tlon demanding that thc Committee tho other parties hereto fully In tho
on Ways and Means formulate an premises. '
"Ninth In case of country trade, It
shall be considered that a delivery of
goods to an express company C. O. D.
for a party who Is on tho delinquent
list constitutes full compliance with
"Tenth Thts ngrcement may bo dis
solved or any of tho parties hereto In
good Btandlng may withdraw upon
thirty (.10) days' notice In writing to
the arbitrator to that effect."
'The refused check of a C. O. D.
customer must bo reported tho samo ns
amendment to tho tariff laws which
will wipe out thc tariff on Imported
Labor and trade organizations every
where arc adopting resolutions de
nouncing the Ilccf Trust and demand
ing action by the authorities to put nn
end to Its extortion.
French Ambassador's Wife
by his credit may be In anywlso affoct
ed, a fine of fifty ($.10) dollars shall
be Imposed for each and every of
fence. "Fifth We eneh agreo to keep on
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1 Once upon a tlnio thero wns a rich Twist your face In a way to XX
old man who had a heart so weak that jt produce wrinkles. tt
Its faint beatings could hardly bo jj Presumo upon tho generosity Jt
heard; yet, In the metaphor of our'jj f your mcn friends. JJ
,tlme, that samo heart was ailed with rj Assume that your way Is sure JJ
love for a fair lady. t t0 bo aiways acceptable. JJ
The lady henrd of her woocr'B physi- M Carry yoHr train so as to mako JJ
cal and financial condition, nnd looked jj jt appear like a corkscrew. JJ
upon his suit with extreme favor. Tho Think that continual chattering tt
result was that they wero married. tt mau'es jou appear entertaining, tt
Mornl-t-nlnt heart sometimes wins Tmmp on the piano kc-ss as If Jt
fnlr'a,1y- IJJiou had a splto against them. "jj
JJ Tell your gill fi lends thc busl- Jt
JJ ness confidences given you by Jt
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lake bpariug Lunch
Elisha J. Hunt, the lntest wizard of science, wns born ln Bridgeport,
Connecticut. Ho has designed an auto carriage which will run from San
Francisco to Now York without stopping or costing a cent for fuel. Mag
netism Is said to bo tho basis of the invention, which can also bo applied to
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What is the Size oi a Swallow
For faddists, one Just building Into
popularity Is to devoto a corner of n
.drawing room or library to artistic cal
endars, painted In oil or water colors.
A literary ccries Includes portraits I
, of S!iakcipnnre, Dickens and Klpllug,
tho dates being liiterwnen with quo-
'tntlons from thexu authors. Another I
collection shows four Bhccts of card
board, each', having a handsomely
mounted scene. Illustrative of spring,
summer, autumn or winter.
Notwithstanding that tho tip of the matter whether It Ib cheeso or boef-
tongue being a very sensitive organ of steak-lf. that Is to say, one possesses
touch Is a fact familiar enough, It has a good set of teeth,
remained for n German scientist to Now. when the mouthful has been
discover one specially Impoitant use completely chewed, thero remain In
for this provision of nature which Is, It 'a limited number of particles ex
SO fie says, to determine tho size of cccdlng three-tenths of an Inch In ill
food particles In the mouth before one ameter," tTie number of them depend
ventures to swallow tLem. Whllo Ing on the nature of tho food. Tho
chowlng goes on, the tongue Is con-smnllest particles In the bnme mouth
stantly moving about In tho mouth, , Ml. "v.ltli normal mastication.' are
nnd estimates for Itself the "swallow-1 1-250 ot an Inch In diameter,
ability" ot morsels. j The largest pieces ordinal ily swal-
"Swallowablllty" Is the word used i lowed do not exceed half an Inch In
by this Gcrmant savant, who has as- diameter. If larger (nan that, they
ccrtalned Incidentally some cm Ions , H 111 not go down without choking a
,.. ni.mit thn ! of bites, nnd of the person more or less. Tho tongue s
pieces Into which such hltcs are dlvld-, Judgment as to "swallow-ability"
.i i, .hnwin i.ef.irn thpv aro allowed i "helped by Bensatlons through
to pass down tho "red lane." 'teeth and gums."
It nppcars that an ordinary hlte ls The foods chiefly used hy the learn
about three-tenthB of a cubic inch In ed gentleman In his experiments were
size, nnd tho chewing of It requlies hard boiled eggs and mnccaronl. Vege
half n minute. Strnngo to say, tho tables. It wns found, were more thor
time of chewing does not vary much ouglily chopped by the teeth than mil
with tho kind of food. A mouthful nf mal loods an Important recommenda
nny solid food requires about thirty, tlon In behalf of tho former, from tho
seconds for complete mastication, no viewpoint oi djspeptlcs.
I Point of Difference.
Tho difference between a half wit
, and an ordinary man Is that the for
mer Is a fool nnd olten knows It, whllo
the latter Is often n fool and doesn't
JJ Tall; to men us If you knew- tho JJ
tt difference in tasto ot tho nrlous J!
Jt wines. tt
Jt Oiish over n man simply fo JJ
tt cnuso another girl to think you JJ
JJ own him. JJ,
JJ Think It shows gnod breeding JJ
JJ to order expensive dishes and JJi
JJ then only mlnco over them.
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The Instalment Plan.
nrnmble I presumo you find your
new encyclopaedia n great conve
nience. Thorne I can't bear to uso It; ev
ery time I look at it I am reminded of
the $2 a month I fiaw to pay for It.
Thc Paris factory girls' restaurant
Is a bench on tho boulevard or In a
public square. She does not bring her
lunch from homo In tho morning, but
buys a little sausngo or similar delica
cy at ono Shop or vender's wagon, a
few cakes at another, nn npplo or ba
nana at n third, on her way from tho
shop to her fawirito bench.
Ten minutes suffice for tho frugal
meal and tho test of tho hour Is pasted I
In clinttlng nnd promenading. Usually
she economizes on tier lunrh nnd
spends n couple of sous for violets or
other How eia.
Nun all this Is very pleasant In flno
weather, but tho girls do tho samo
tiling on rnlny day, and In tho woist
htorms of winter.
Why? Ileeauso they have to. Tho
French believe In regulating every
thing by law. At ono time tho girls
wero compelled to eat their lunch In
the establishments where they wero
employed. This regulation being rom
plained of as oppressive, It wns de-
erred that they should not lunch In thc
Now Bomo prngressho people ore
suggesting tho propriety of letting thej
poor creatures do ns they please.
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VISITORS FOR THE ST. LOUIS FAIR
Tom Oynn Did you hear how old
Col. Hiram Rlbnld drank nil his wills
Key In tho French Custom house rath
er than pay duty?
Tom Collins Fooled 'em, ch? '
Tom Gynn Not on your life. They
Should Assert Himself.
"It's no use," said fhe man with tho
seedy coat. "I mlgtit as well glo up,
My last dollar Is gone."
"Pshaw!" exclaimed the prosperous
looking Individual who makes bluffing
a specialty. "Ilraco up, borrow some I
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The wlfo of tho French AmDnssn dor to the United Stntes. to bo pretent
nt the unveiling of the statue of Hocli nmbenu, Is the gleal suclul attraction
of the hour at the national capital nn d Is In danger of being spoiled by
hearty American hospitality
Real Sanitary Barber Shop
One of tho 111 st modern sanitary bar
ber shops to bo established anywlierw
has been Installed lirttiu Union Stn
tlon In Indianapolis. Tho barbers
ocn take sanltnry breakfasts before
they go to work In the morning. Garlic
enters uro barred.
In the barber's, shop the plnec of
I honor Is occupied by n nlLkel-plated
.steilllzlng oun, in which the proprle- sh.ulng brushes
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l(il luuin mi; iui.vibi 1 lifou iwnvio
matter If the customer Is ln n hurry.
Wash heroic shaving Is the rule.
Shaving brushes nru cleaned in hot
water, soaked In alcohol and formaldo
h)aV, and again w imbed.
A new piece of soap fs used for cacit
ciiKtomerand the shining mug Is scald
ed and disinfected each time tt Is tucd.
Tho hair brushes have metal backs
and are cleaned, after using, like tho
nre washed In a sanltnry solution.
AiTer eneii using, tho razors an
Ht i ill I zed bj being dipped In alcohol
uud !iiinui!dHhdc. Thou lliey go In
tin- sanitary oen. too. (Ill wanted.
' The barbels wash tlieli hands with
Clean linen covers are placed on tho
chairs each morning and renewed on
the stroke ol 12. Kacn customer gets
a bterllized towel for Ills head bo
bides. The barbers are warned not to chew
tobacco, nnd aie expected to brush
Ciistlle soap and dry them on the stei- their teeth. Thero Is no rule ngaliibt
Bade htm pay an Internal revenue tcx.' money and be somebody."
SHAH OF PERSIA. KING MENEL1K OF ABYSSINIA. KHEDIVE OF EGYPT. ,
Mr. Woltor Williams, u commissi oner of tho St Louis Fair who lias been scouring Duiopc, Asia and Afrlrn
In search of novelties for tho Dxnosl tlon. announces nB an Interesting fact In connection with tho great forth
coming event that ho has secured pled dges from tHo abovo swarthy monarc lis to attend tho greatest of all World's "So I was. I lost my health here, ,sun ever rose In the West.
Fairs. They will form tho most unlqu o Bpectaclo ever witnessed In this co untry nnd will bo the lions of tho show, and I havo come back to And It." Jord.
Ilied towels Immediately beforo wait
ing on endi new customer. It doesn't
Where He Lost It.
"What are vou doing nt tills resort V
"Cumo for m health."
"I thought that you were sick all of
tho time that you were here last eur,
conversation. Sanilnrj topics, how
dice Club Man You ought to rce
sunrise on the Pacific Ocean. It Is
Ills Partner Why. I didn't know tho