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SUNDAY .BULLETIN, HONOLULU. H.. T., ' SUNDAY, MAY 25, 1902.
LIGHT WASHABLE SKIRTS
Time to tay asfdo those heavy skirts for spmcthlng that will In
suro Borao degree of comfort during the hot weather, and the hot
weather will last a long time, "
Splendid showing of many styles' this week, direct from the man
ufacturer, at prices that will stand comparison with any and prove,
to bo the lowest.
Very Latest Cut
Seo some of the styles In
And wo have thom to fit everyone,
Linen Crash Skirts
with flounce, any length rCn
up to 44 Inches I0lf
corded flounce, brown,
blue and grey, all sizes
all lengths . . .
with flounce, self trim
wed, any length
Extra quality, vertical tucks,
with flounce all
Pilka Dot Duck Skirts
Navy Blue Polka Dot Duck 1
trimmed with S rows of
alt sizes up to CI OK
Black Polka Dot Duck
wltti two rows of white
mlng, lengths from 39
to 44 Inches
Blue Polka Dot Duck Skirts
trimmed all around with four
rows of ruffles, edged with
white, all lengths
to 44 Incucs
extra fins quality, fancy stitch
ed and corded, very stylish and
sure to prove rapid sellers all
lengths Up to
Navy blua and black, with
Sounco and two rows 01 en
of trlmmlng.all lengths y'.OU
WHITE AND COLORHD
Don't buy anything in this line before you see Us. We believe we
havo the very finest waists In town and In all styles. Including the
Enclrtly new and extremely
pretty In stripes and figures.
In all the new shades
stripes. Fine quality,
ten yards (or
DRY GOODS COMPANY, LTD
General Merchandise. Dry-Goods, Groceries!
Japanese Provisions, etc
MAOOON BLOOK, MERCHANT ITREET,
. O- Bos: 886 ZLvdZain.
LATEST FOREIGN NEWS
i! muni h m
Home, May 13. It Is expected that
tho Pope will shortly hold n consis
tory. No now cardinals havo been
named, but now that there aro eight
vacancies In tho Sacred College, t'opo
Leo may decldo to ratso to the purple
either the Archbishop of Florence or
the Archbishop of Genoa.
Cardinal Martlneltl wilt rccclvo the
red hat as the concluding ceremony in
his elevation to the cardlnalate. While
Mgr. Martlneltl Is at Home tho final de
cision as to his successor will bo
made. Every one hero asserts Mgr,
Falconlo will bo appointed, and It Is
thought that tho American" eplscopato
will acquiesce In the Papal decision.
The death of Archbishop Corrlgan
secures tho appointment ot Archbish
op Ireland ns the next American cardinal.
SECRETARY LONG'S LIVELY
DINNER ON THE DOLPHIN
Boxing ifatch in Which the Pre
sident Promised to Challenge
Winner Long Forgot the
Time A Draw.
New York, May 11. A ealilft to th(
World (rom Paris says. Mildred Ack
ermann, the California beauty, whose
elopement with Count Vladoskl three
vcars ago created such a sensation In
the Acmrlcan colonies in Parts and
London, whero she was a great favor
ite, has surprised everybody by her
unexpected return. Sho Is now Mme.
Golbara, and introduces a diminutive
Japanese husband, aged 19, to her for
mer friends, laughingly explaining this
Is her third marriage.
Count Vladoskl died In Smyrna,
whero the couple went, after thelr.mem
orable elopement, exactly 100 days af
ter tho wedding, leaving a great for
tune to his American wife. The lm
1 pulslve Countess then married a Ilrlt-
Tho dinner at which the President, I 'Bh offlcer whom she met In Cairo.
OlTlclal leaders of the nation some
times take a day off and enjoy them
selves In pastimes that call to mind
that after all men are but great bin
boys. An Instanco In point Is found In
the following story from the Wash
ington Times of April 27
CABLES AGAIN OPERATING.
New York, May 11. Tho Commer
cial Cable Company has sent out tho
"Wo arc advised that tho cable be
tween Martinique and Paramaribo is
now working and communication re
established with Martinique, via Ma
deira. Tencrlffo and Nornha."
The Western Union Telegraph
Company's centrnl cable office has re
ceived the followlrig notice:
"The cablo Is O. K. td Guadalupe.
Cable to St, Vincent, Interrupted. Mes
sages go by first opportunity to Do
minica or St. Lucia."
IS SOLD BY HI
the members ot the Cabinet, and thcli
wives were tho guests of Secretary
Long Thursday night aboard the Dol
phin will probably rank as the liveliest
In the history ot tho Roosevelt admin
istration. Tho wild mazes of the Vlr-,
glnla reel, In which Secretary Long It ,
rcDorted to-havo becomo confused, was
one of the least exciting events of tho '
Two husky Jack tars, cither of
whom would prove a good match lor
Thomas Sharkey, erstwhile champion
of the flstlc arena, wero requested to
don the gloves. It was the first boxing
match Mr. Roosevelt, as President, hat
witnessed. He has long been a patron
of the sport.
Secretary Long was askcl to act as
timekeeper, and It was owing to hla
Husband No. 2 was killed In tho Trans
vaal eighteen months ago. The widow
then went to England and Joined a par
ty ot tourists who were going around
tho world. On this trip she met Ool
bara, tho son of a wealthy YoKohirmi
merchant, who succeeded In winning
her In the brief space of three weeks.
Mme. Oolbara's visit hero Is for tho
purpose ot buying antique furniture
and curiosities for her home In Japan,
where she will soon return and perma
MINISTER WU'8 NEW PLACE.
Sk SiBlSAMISIUISttAUSMIMIMIMBMSaSISASAftlMB A
I fishing lights
. We have Just rcclvcd a shipment
K ot GA80LINE and KEROSENE -3
fc FISHING TORCHES, absolutely j2
s snfo find cannot by blown out.
Asldo from being used for tlshlng
purposes, tlicy havo proven to bo
- an excellent OUTSIDE LIGHT Tor
fc plantation use. PRICE 82.25 UP 3
Tlieo, H. Davies & Co., Ltd. 3
- Hardware Department. -
Philadelphia, May 15. Dy order of
the United States Court of Bastcrn
Pennsylvania James M. Deck, special
Master Commissioner, today sold at
public auction 9050 shares ot the 10,
000 shares of tho Philadelphia Record
Publishing Company, par value $100.
William S. Stengor ot Philadelphia
bought the stock for $2,300,000. Hlcn
gcr Is an attornoy nnd wna Secretary
of ttio Commonwealth during Govern
or Paulson's first term, biengcr nlso
bought $470,000 of the Issue of $500.
000 G per cent bonds' of the Record
Company, paying $654,000 therefor.
When asked whom ho represented!
In the transaction Stengcr smilingly
answered "myself" and declined to say
TiTero was a largo attendance at tho
sale, newspaper owners from other
cities being among thoso present. Wes
ley M. Olcr of tho Baltimore) Horald
was Stenger's principal competitor.
Ills lait bid was $"2,295,000, and tho
stock was knocked down to Stengcr at
his bid ot $2,300,000.
Peking, Mny 14. An Imperial edict
has been Issued appointing Wu Ting
Fang, the Chlneso Minister at Wash'
absorption that the mill became so hot Ington. nhd 8hcng Chi Peng to propara
as to elicit the wildest applause from .a codo of Chlneso laws on modern
tho President. I lines. Wu Ting Fang will probably
Tho two bluejackets were both ncrv-1 B00tl be rccav,iC(i to China to undertake
ed up to snow ine president mat ns
was well up In tho art ot selt-dcfenso.
In order that tho go might not be taint
the President exclaimed that he would
challengo the winner to a bout. t
It was decided that the mill should
last for three rounds of thrco mlauf-s
each. Tho members of tttt Cabinet
seemed well up on tho fine points ot tho
combat a la QucenBbrrry.
The sailors squared off, fiddled for a
time, and then went at It In lively fash
ion. The President leane! forward
eagerly, watching every blow. After
several swings had been landed on each
of tho salts, tho pace cut out by mutual
consent was a ltttlo faster.
Before It Is Too Late!
BUY WHATSOEVER YOU WANT AT FIGURES WAY BELOW COST
OUR ENTIRE STOCK
MUST BE GLEANED OUT BY JUNE 30, 1902,
NEW GRASS LINEN JUST RECEIVED.
GOO KIM, 1116 Nuuanu Street
MOB DARNUM & DAILEY.
Bczlers, Trance, May 11. Darnum
& Ualley's circus was the cause of a
serious riot hero this afternoon. The
crowd Becking admission to the per
formance was greater than the tent
could accommodate and thoso who were
unnble to enter began stoning the cir
cus employes, five of whom were In
jurcd, ono probably futally. Tho crowd
cut the tent ropes and several thou
sand persons forced their way to th
arena. The police were powerless and
troops were called out and Anally re
stored order. Tho circus had Blmllar
troubles at Cctte and Nadbonne.
BIG FIRE AT TRUCKEE.
Truckce, May 11. Six acres In tho
central portion of Truckee were a rag
ing mass of flames for son en or eight
hours this morning. The extcnslvo box
factory und planing mill of the True
keo Lumber Company was totally de
stroyed and. with It went the ofllce with
everything it contained and a number
of warehouses and dryhauses with
boxes, seasoned lumber, glass, win
dowB, doors and building material. Ont
million feet of lumber piled on both
sides of the river was also destroyed.
Paris, May 11. The Parisians 'In
thoso municipal districts where rebal-
lotlng was held today for the election
of members to the Chamber of eDpu-
tlcs crowded early to tho polls. The
I voting was unusually heavy, especial-
Secretary Long forgot ell about tin ly In the Twelfth district, whero mo
watch ho was holding. Three mlnutcf Nationalists concentrated ineir lorccs
went bv unheeded by anyone, and In an effort to defeat tho re-election
finally, when In spite of their, good con by reballot pf M. Mllleraud, the Minis
dltlon. tho race began to tell on tho ter of Commerce. Mlllcrand, howcer,
sailors, and Secretary Long thought
to look at his timepiece, Mora than
twice tho stipulated time ot the round
It was then decided that one mors
round would be enongrr. This was a
hot ono with honors so even that the
bout was declared a draw, and tn
President was obliged to withdraw hit
challenge. Tho President compliment
ed both men on their skill.
secured a small majority,
The result of 168 reuallots. out or a
total of 174, shows that 128 Ministerial
ists and 40 antl-MlnUterlulists have
been elected. The Ministerialists gain
nlno seats In the Chamber as a result
of the reballotlng. The Government
majority Is materially strengthened.
The Dreyfus champion, Joseph 'Rein-
aclj. Republican, whoso reappearance
In political Ufo was ono or tno reaturcs
pf the elections, has been defeated In
nls district of the Department or
P. O. Box 99). Ttl. l.
THE OLDEST CHu SB FIRM IN HONOLULU.
DmUm li Flu Silk u4 Orltl LtnMi. CfclotM Mi Jtpinu. Oaclt ot All IMl.
GEO. A. MARTIN, Tailor Boston Building.
Honolulu, II, T.,-May 10, 1902.
Received from EMMETT MAY, draft for riftcen Hundred Dollars on
tho GERMANIA LIKE INS. CO. OF NEW YORK, amount assured by Policy
No. .208053 on tho life of William Meyer, deceased.
$1500, (Signed;) CECIL DROWN,
Administrator Estate ot Wm. Meyei
The QERMANIA pays their death claims promptly; oven in case of sin.
clde otter the policy has been In forco ono year. It will bo remembered that
Wm. Meyer shot himself recenily.
'. ' .EMMBTT MAY, Manager.
Gcrmanla Life Ins, Co., Judd Building.
RUS8IANS FIGHT ARMENIANS.
St. Petersburg. May 12, Serious
"Russian Easter" riots havo occurred
In the provlnco of Kuban, North Cau
casia, between Russians and Arme
nians. The latter were outnumbered
and routed. Tfio Russians then stoned
tho houses of tho Armenians and pil
laged their shops. Tho Armenians
would probably havo been massacred
but for tho timely arrival of troops.
Many arrests were mate.
FOURTH. OF JULY FUN
Sends to Japan For Fireworks
Ball Will Probably
Be On The Capitol
A meeting of the executive committee
for tho arranging of the Fourth of July
celebration was held yestcnUy after
noon ut i o'clock In the Capitol build
ing. It waj decided that the committee
on fireworks should send to Japan an
order for 1000 yens' worth of llioworks.
This sum Is for tho firework-! alone, the
duty on them amounting to 8 cents per
pound Including packing, etc., not be
ing Included In this amount,
Chairman Kennedy ot that commit
tee asked to bo allowed to resign. Ha
had looked after the Irrworlu tor tine
years and had had a great deal of trou
ble with them. It was decided that
Mr, Kennedy should remain as chair
man of tho committee and that Japan
ese fireworks experts, of whom there
are several In this city, shoulJ Lo
hired to do tho actual work connected
with tho display.
Owing to tho fact tint tho fireworks
committee was not present to rcpoit
tho other committees could do uoth'ng
MARIP08A ON DRYDOCK.
San Francisco, May 13. Tho Ocean
ic Steamship Company's Mariposa,
which has been converted Into an oil
turner and Is being fitted up for tho
Tahiti mall serylce, was docked yes
terday at Hunters lplnt. Sho wilt ha
on the dry dock several days. When
read for sen the Mariposa will bo tho
equal of n now vessel and ns smart a
steamship as has over ploughed the
GERMAN STEAMER LOST.
Valparaiso, Chllo, May 13. Tho
German steamer Sakkarah, Captain
Plenlng, was wrecked' at Huainblin
Island, off the coast of Patagonia. Sho
Is a total loss. Tho passengers and
crow wero saved. Tho cargo of tho
vessel Included $1,500,000 in gold spe
cie, which was being remitted by tho
Chilean Government. The Sakkarah
left hero April 24 for Hamburg.
within the next 60 days
To sec every man, who is operating machinery by
other power than electricity, at our office to figure with
us. Wc can save him money and make him money. The
advantages of electrical transmission of power arc numer
ous, hut the more important may be treated under the
following heads, viz :
I. Reliability. ' .
v 2. Convenience ami Flexibility. 'i
3. Saving of Power.
4. Sanitary Improvement. ?
5. Increased Output.
6. Decreased Cost of Maintenance.
HAWAIIAN ELECTRIC CO., Ltd.
, King Street. Telephone 300
THE TRANSCENDENT ARC LIGHT
SOO C. P.
Consumes nothing but ordinary Kerosene
Oil. The best light known to science and
the cheapest. Havo received the 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., Holllstcr Drug Co.,
Mclnerny Shoe Store, Elite Ice Cream Par
lors, Hawaiian Hotel and otners too numer
ous to mention. Wo also havo tho same
Arc Lamp to hum 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 tho planta
tions. For further particulars Inquire of
WASHINGTON LIGHT CO. C. W. Macfarlane, M'g
Porter Furniture Co.
First-class FURNITURE o! all descrip
tions. Upholstering Department un
equalled in the City. Now located in the
Fort Street, opp. Love Building.
PORTER FURNITURE CO., LTD.
Hawaiian Engineering and Construction Go.
ROOMS 508, 509, 510 STANGENWALD BUILDING.
P. O. BOX 834. TEL. MAIN 7t
All classes of Engineering Work solicited; Examinations, Surveys an
porta made for any class of Waterworks, Steam and Electrlo ConstrueUonj
Plans and Specifications and Estimates Prepared, and Construction 8nprim
traded, in all branches of Engineering Work; Contracts solicited for Rail
roads, Electric and Bteam; Tunnels, Bridges, Buildings, Highways, VoaMa
tloni, Piers, Wharves, etc
Special attention given to Examinations, Valuation, and Raporta ad
Properties tor Investment purposes.
FIIEDERICK J. AMWEO, M. AM . floe, a ,
Engineer and Ifanagar.
W. H. CASTLE JR., Secretary and Treasurer.
VOTE POSTPONED ON
Washington, May 11. Senator Raw
lins, senior Democratic member ot tho
Senato Committee 011 tho Philippines,
today expressed tho opinion that a
as they are not able to go ahead wlth'wito could bo renched on tho Phllln
their work before they have sonn Idea 'plne K0Vernmei,t bill toward tho end
lilVTT": llZr"l f Present week. Other members
EMINENT PHYSICIANS have caretully analysed
bottled from the famous "KOEXIGSQUELLE" in the
I Iarz mountains and have unanimously pronounced it the
PUREST and on account of its agreeable taste, the
MOST REFRESHING OF ALL NATURAL MINER
AL WATERS. The ideal drink during the summer
H. HACKFELD & CO., LTD.
FELS NAPTHA SOAP
WASHES CLOTHES WITHOUT RUBBING
REMOVES ALL GREASE AND PAINT STAINS
SALTERS' GROCERY STORE
WHITELAW REID BANQUET.
Now York, May 14. Whltclaw Reld
was tho guest of honor at a farowcll
Ibanquct given nt tho Union League
Club tonight In anticipation 'of his np
proachlng departure for London ns
special embassador of tho United
States at tho coronation of King Ed
ward VII. This banquet was attended
by about 100 gentlcmon, Including
many prominent figures In politics,
flnanco nnd Journalism from a)l sec
tions of tho country.
will proceed with their arrangements
during tho course ot next week and will
report nt the next meeting of tho execu
tive commlttco which Is to be held on
Saturday afternoon, May 31, at 2 o'clock
at tho same place.
The subject of how much money
could bo rnlscd was discussed It wad
stated that at present about 12300 was
In sight. J. 11. Atherton estimated that
between $2500 and $3000 could bo raised
clortii town. The question as to whoro
tho bnll should bo held was also dis
cussed. It la probable that It will be
given in a lanal which will bo tem
porarily constructed on tho Palace
WISCONSIN GOVERNOR DEAD.
of tho commlttco think tho dnto of tho
vote may bo postponed until fomo
tlmo next week, but nono of them
plnco tho voto later than tho 24th
Inst. two weeks hence. They say
that whoneor tho dchato Is exhaust
ed they will agrco to vote, but that
they object to naming a day for a voto
urTtil, they nra qulta certain thnt trior a
Is nothing more to say pertinent t) tbo
CALIFORNIA SILK INDUSTRY.
Wntcrtown. Wis, May 11. Jesso
Stono, Lieutenant Governor of Wiscon
sin, died tonight, after n llngorlng III
ness. from enncor of tho stomach. IIo
nnilnpwnnt nn nnfirnllnn In n rMtlr-ni.nl
,. , . I Tim Evening Bulletin, 76 cents ff-r
hospital recently. month.
Washington, May 11. A bulletin on
silk maniifncturo Just Issued by the
Census Bureau shows that California
has flvo establishments, with n com
blued cnpltal or $308,000, employing
1 12 wago earners and manufacturing
during tho census year $205,002 worth
Havana, May 17. Governor General
Wood has Issued an Important order,
making all orders operative only dur
ing tho military occupation of the Isl
and and concerning tho subsequent ef
fectiveness of which n question had
arisen, binding upon tho now Cuban
Government until they shall bo revok
ed. This ni-tlon places theso orders
upon the samo footing ns tho general
orders tho Cuban Government accepted
by the adoption of tho Piatt amend
ment. Moro Important still, an order has
been Issued, placing in forco all tho
Immigration, exclusion and contract la
bor laws of tho United States. Theso
laws havo been practically In force,
Gcenral Wood says, since tho American
occupation began. By this order these
laws aro not only Incorporated In tho
laws of tho Inland, Imposing responsi
bility for their observation upon tbo
new government, but clear sailing Is
left for the negotiation of a reciprocity
PAUNCEFOTE NEAR DEATH.
Now York, May 16. A special to the
Sun from Washington says; Lord
Paunccfotc, tho venerablo British Em
bassador and dean of fho dlplomatla
corps at Washington, Is critically HI
tonight, and thero Is every reason ta
bellevo that his death la Imminent. Ho
Is past 70 years old. and his advanced
ago forbids tho hope that ho will rally
from IiIb present attack. Paunccfoto's
chief ailment Is rhoumatlc gout, which
has attacked tho heart and other vital
organs. Tho dlscaso has laid him low
many times In tho past several years,
but his vigorous constitution and
pluck always brought him back to
fair degreo of health.
I II. W. Foster, Jeweler, 158 Hotel St,
iLi r I