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RVBNINO BULLETIN. HONOLULU. H. T., MONDAT. MAT 26, 1802.
INTERESTING SUMMER NEWS
LIGHT WASHABLE SKIRTS
Tlmo to lay astdo those heavy skirts for something that will In
sure somo degreo of comfort during the hot weather, and the hot
weather will last a long tlmo.
Splendid showing of many styles this week, direct from the man
ufacturer, at prices that will stand comparison with any and povo
to bo tho lowest.
Very Latest Cut
Seo some of tho styles In
And wo have them to fit everyone,
Linen Crash Skirts
with flounce, any length
up to 44 Inches ....
corded flounce, brown, d ir
blue and grey, all sizes 0" ' 0
corded flounces, vertical cords.
Blue, brown, green, On cf
all lengths OZiJU
with flounce, self trim- 01 7K
med, any length wlilO
Extra quality, vertical tucks,
with llounco all rtn nn
Polka Dot Duck Skirts
Navy Blue Polka Dot Duck
trimmed with B rows of
white, nil sizes up to CI OC
44 Inches ,'J
Black Polka Dot Duck
with two rows of white trim
ming, lengths from 3D 01 Cfl
to 44 inches OliJU
Blue Polka Dot Duck Skirts
trimmed all around with four
rows of ruffles, edged with
white, all lengths up & nn
to 44 'ncTies OHiUU
extra flno quality, fancy stitch
ed and corded, very stylish and
suro to proro rapid sellers, nil
lengths up to 44 q rn
Entirely new nnd extremely
pretty In stripes and figures.
DRY GOODS COMPANY, LTD
DON'T 60 ON WORRYING
With Inferior or needlessly oxpcnslvo Illumination In your homo.
Thcro Is absolutely no occasion for It. Thousands of housekeep
ers throughout tho Islands have removed this onnoytns problem
entirely by acquainting thomselvcs with tho Ideal perfect light for
tho homo. It Is as brilliant as gas or electricity, never smokes,
smells or gives any troublo, Is lighted and extinguished ns easily
as gas, nnd burns but llttlo keroscno oil. Our catalog shews all
Btyles from $1.80 up, and is sent for tho asking.
Theo. H. Davies & Co., Ltd.
Navy bluo and black,
'ounco and two rows
of trlinmlng.all lengths
Ladies' New Shirt Waists
WlllTIi AND COLORED
Don't buy anything In this lino before you see us. Wo believe wo
have tho very finest wnlsts in town and in nil styles, Including tho
In all tho new shades and
stripes. Fine quality, a. ..
ten yards for vliUU
General Merchandise. Dry Goods, Groceries
Japanese Provisions, etc
Model City Planned
For St. Louis
St, Louis, April 27. Plans to mako
an actual model city of tho Louisiana
Purchase Exposition In St. Louis liava
been evolved by the Municipal Art So
ciety of New York and sent to D. II.
Francis, president of the Exposition
Co.. who has charge of tho great fair
about to be constructed. To follow out to advantage. There will be nn oppor
the plans of tho Municipal Art Society vtunlty, however, for showing tho
will cost, bo experts of tho society estl- piactlcablllty of central refrigerating
mate, not more than $300,000. stations.
Should tho plans be adopted and fol-1 Street Pavements,
lowed by tho Exposition Commission Scctlonnl Bamples of the vnrlous
St. Louis will have for Its great show kinds of pavements, showing the ma-
TIIOS. C. FORSYTH AND
DAUGHTER PASS AWAY
united states which do a certain Forsyth Was 78 Years of Ae and
uniuuni or puuiic iicaung irum a cen
tral heating station. Of courso It Is
understood that there will bo no neces
sity for heating at tho Exposition dur
ing tho time It is In existence, but at
tho samo time plans for a model cen
tral heating station might bo shown
a living, breathing, hustling municipal
tty moro perfect and Instructive than
anything of tho kind ever shown on
earth. It will be almost a practical
legalization of the city described In Ed
ward Bellamy's "Looking Hackwnrd."
It Is Intended to group the Kxpciltlon
buildings In a way for tho Illustration
of the plan for a model city.
tcrlalg. stages of construction and the
finished products could bo advan
tageously exhibited In tho space al
lotted to tho municipal exhibit In tho
The various street appliances. such
ns water hydrants, flro nnd pollco
alarm telegraph, lampposts, hitching
posts, street signs and the like, could
An Old Kamaaina Son
George Now Lying
"The plan now submitted," declares be shown to the best advantage of all
the committee, "Is the first and only concerned and at the samo time supply
one for which this commllteo li re-' a need for tho Exposition In being used
sponsible a statement mado necessary abotu tho grounds,
by the extent to which plans presented j 8,reet Athitlei.
fJ1" rtCr 8haV ebw,r CfcrrCd It 1. only In recent years that the
' p. Outlined subject of municipal art has received
, , , , . ' . . , j I marked nttentlou. American cities are
The plan may bo briefly Elated by Just wak , ie ,llrn Umt t,
enumerating the divisions along which m ht bctt lmV(J ,, l(,aullfu, tnan
tho Innovations are to lie followed , , .,, ,rn i inn. ir
These Include the following: Systemi . dlffcrenco ln tno osU ,,or ,ilU
of government, finance, public safety. , ,,.. , ,,.,,,, , n,.,,pil
and strctts. Under
out greater rare Is exerclsej to give
.. ,,. .,., ,.. ih.,s . !, pijjiiu placing of necessary
i.u.tuu...., :.,...-... a.... ic.i-k.u,.. ...... flxtllroa aI1(1 everything else which per
....... ...h uuu .v. ..bv. ......... o" ,. , l,o rllv liraul In .
iIj" nrti I
ty" arc placed the clspaitmcnta tf tncm ,inllds()nlc a)p0nran,e, ,luo con
police and health. CnJer "ullll- B,lcratlon being given to vista effects
under tho heading of "atreets oro
pavements, fixtures and nestholcj, such
fas street cleaning, tho dlt.po.wl of gar
bage and refuse, nnd (he purification
Every ono of these rubjocta will hnvo
to be disposed of In the city on tho fair
grounds, and the Municipal Society
hopes the solution will 'jo uloii'; sclen
Tho streets, walks and grounds of tin
Exposition will havo to bo cleaned.
Most American cities are notoriously
dirty, and there Is urgent need lor les
sons In street cleaning. In this depart
ment could bo brought Into cITectlvo
use not only tho famous "white wing"
Walliiku, May 24. Thos. C. Forsyth,
one of tho oldest kamaalnas on Maul,
passed nway at tho homo of his son,
George, nt Kula last Wednesday nt thu
ripe ago of 78 years. Mr. Forsyth had
been n resident of Mnul for the past
forty years or more nnd was well nc
qualntcd with tho old Hawaiian nllis,
with whom he was quite n favorite In
the prlmu of his life. He married a
nntlvo womnh, by whom ho hnd tlireo
I children, who nil survive him. viz
Oeorgo, Adam and n daughter. AH nro
Forsyth was for many years post
master at I.ahalnn, where ho lived for
many years, He also held ninny other
responsible positions under the mon
archy. Tor soKcral months past ho
has been living at she homo of Judga
and Mrs. Kalua In Wnlluku, and went
up to Kula a tnmth ago to be present
at tho sick bed of his son Oeorgo. Tho
funeral took place at kula last Thurs
day afternoon. Ilcvs. Knllno nnd Kula
nrllclntlng. Deceased had been laid
awny but a few hours when the wife
of his son Oeorgo also passed nwny
from nervous prostration, cnuscd by
the severe strain of cnrlng for her sick
huibnnd. Tho funeral will tako placa
this afternoon. Oeorgo Forsyth, who
Is very ill with consumption, Is report
ed to bo lying very low at his Kula
New York some years ago, but nil the
latest apparatus and nppllunciv for per
forming tho work by mechanical
A model system for tho collection
and disposal of the garbage and refuse
I of the Exposition will bo ono of the Im
perative necessities. Thero aie anoral
well known processes for dUpcslnii of
garbage now In uso In American cities,
. the two principal ones being known ai
the Incinerating and rednctlon proces
ses. The former destroys all com
bustible refuse by fire, while the latter
undertakes to sort out tho coiutltutcnt
parts of tho refuse collected, remittal;
It Into various products wlibh hnvo a
i saleable value, thus realizing n profit
i upon that which costs money to dispose
j Sewage Disposal.
j The reduction process would hardly
be feaslblo for uso on tho grourds on
account of tho objectionable odor in-
I volveil. Thcro nrc patented lefuio de
structors which would Inclnernto nil
refuse absolutely without o.tor, and,
i therefore, It would bo possible to in
stall such a plant nt some convenient
point upon the ground where It could
bo Inspected by thoso n ho wished to
, see such a plant In operation.
Tho question of purifying o scwnKQ
I of American ctles Is ono of growing
' Importance, on account of tho fact that
tho rivers nro used as sources of water
supply. It would be highly advisable
to build a sewngo disposal plant a
somo convenient point, either on or oft
the grounds where tho sewago of .ha
Exposition could bo treated before be
ing dlsclmrged Into tho river or elsewhere.
MAGOON BLOCK, MEROIIANT STREET.
Box 886 ZMZetlri. 2lft
Before It Is Too Late!
BUY WHATSOEVER YOU WANT AT FIGURES WAY BELOW COST
OUR BNTIRB STOCK
MUST BE CLEANED OUT BY JUNE 30, 1902.
NEW GRA8S LINEN JUST RECEIVED.
GOO KIM, 1116 Nuuanu Street
P. O. DOS m Til. 1 1.
THE OLDEST CH.. VSE FIRM IN HONOLULU.
Dtiliu la Flo Sllki an J Grn Llnioi. Cblotu and Jipaou Qoo4a of All Klvli
t a- tt Nuuanu ltTMt
GEO, A. MARTIN, Tailor Boston Building.
tine and artistic lines, ft It speaks, ! s'8t,,m lntrodiuc.1 by Col. Waring In
while there yet Is time to tindertalca
and carry out tho project, as outlined,
for n niodd city.
Of systems of government tho so
ciety's report says:
This is ono ot tho most difficult parts
of tho subject to treat, mid yet It Is oro
of tho ndst vital ln Its reunion in llio
well-governed modern city Tho mo lei
charter hm no' ns yet ben. created
but model fontuies nave ucii discover
ed, nnd thcro arc some charters in
exlstenco that aro better than others.
In order that municipal students and
visitors may see at a glanio tho differ
ence between n good and a bad char
ter, tho subject should bo graphically
portrayed by means of charts and dia
grams which would show tho manner
of dividing the responsibilities In n
city's government. For Instance, un
der tho general divisions of the execu
tive legislative and administrative, ths
various duties of city official.!, as pro
vided for In various charters now In
cxlbttencc, could be given, and then
one on a much larger scalo could show
the model charter such a ono as has
been building under tho supervision of
tho National Municipal League during
tho last five or six years.
Light and Transportation. i
That adequate provision for depart' '
ments of fire, police nnd health will be
Instituted there Is no doubt. Advanc
ed If not well nigh perfect systems were
renched In tho Chicago and Buffalo
shows. It Is suggested that whllo In nil
probability It will bo tho deslro of the
Exposition authorities to uso electri
city exclusively In lighting tho grounds,
there Is no reason why gas, acetylene, j
Kltson carbon, gasollno and other
means for street and Interior Illumi
nation should not bo cmplojcd, at least j
sufficiently to demonstrate their use. i
fulness. Then tho report goes on as
Wo bellcvo that In many respects
American cities lead tho world In pro
viding the best means for rapid tran
sit. Thcro nro some difficulties con-
nn.tn.l ...1.1. . P... a.mr. n Itnn n a If nrn '
vails In American cities which should
be overcome, nnd It seems to us that a
splendid opportunity will bo given In
connection with this exposition to set
In motion certain projects which will
lead to tho elimination of some of tha
Inconveniences now experienced by the
public ln traveling on street cars. The
most frequent nbuso In this direction
Is found In tho granting of charters ol
franchises to corporations. Thcro
would bo a flno opportunity In this con
nection to teuch n valuable lesson.
which would not be without Us good
Telephone and Telegraph.
The practice of granting franchibcs
to companies operating telegraph or
telephone lines within city limits In
tho American cities Is open to tho samo
criticism as that which relates to trans-,
porlatlon. Tho present cost for tele-,
graph nnd telephone communication In
many American cltlts Is exorbitant.
The exhibition could perform no better
public servlio than to hnvo model tel-'
cphone and telegraph Blntlons on tho
grounds, which should bo thoroughly
Independent of outside corporate dom
ination, but M connected with out-1
side lilies that any ono within the
grounds could telephone or telegraph
to nil parts of the world without leav
ing the grounds.
Heating and Refrigerating.
There are eighty-two plants In the
II (MI'S IHUE
Walluku, May 2t. Captain Josse
lyn of tho bark Nuuanu gave an Inter
esting address at the Alexander hall
last Tuesday evening, May 20,
Tho captain gnvu a vivid description
of his shipwreck at tho Malay 1'cnln
sula In 1SS2 and likewise told the story
of his stay of about ono month with
his wife and daughter, with tho ltajah.
It was full of tho usual hardships
and vicissitudes experienced by ship
wrecked mnrlneis who aro cast upon h
strange land and among a people whose
habits, customs and language, arc qulW
different from his own.
Vet they were treated by tho Itnjah
Willi tho utmost kindness nnd were giv
en tho best good procurable, ami for
which kindness Captain Josselyn aud
his family wero most grateful.
It will bo remembered that President
Arthur presented the Itnjah with a gold
watch In recognition of his kind treat
ment of castaway American sailors.
Illbll IllCi I MI
The following matches of tho annual
tennis tournament will take place on
the llerctanln courts this afternoon, n
At i p. m. Mrs. s. O. Wilder and
Mrs. A. M. Ilrown vs. Mrs. It. Ivors and
Miss N. Adams,
At 5 p in. Mrs. M. Ounn and Mlsi
Kitchen vs. Miss I,. Ward and Miss U.
The entries for tha mixed double
cloio nt Pearson & Potter's store nt 5 p.
in. today nnd tho first games will 'b
played off on Wednesday,
Read the Bulletin. $1 per year.
Wnlluku, May 21. "Tho Ilaibcr of
Hath," uu operetta, wns beautifully
plaod nt the resldenco of W. O. Aiken,
PiThomalel, Mnkawao, last Thursday
evening, .May 22. Tho characters wore
1). C. Lindsay. Gilbert; W. O. Aiken,
Sylvester, thu prospective brldo
groom; S. It. Dow die, Curlcni, tho
barber who ".11 In lovu with tho brldo;
Miss K. V. Cooledge. C.crtrudc.
C. I). Lufkln of Walluku favored tho
audience with a selection on his cor
net. Thero were nearly ono hundred per
KOG. TO NliW YORK.
Bire & Co.'s
The finest wall papers ever
seen In Hawaii too beautllul
for adequate description. Como
mill see them. Highest grade
papers on tho market Just open
Walluku, May 21. Dr. K. Soga, ono
of Walluku's rising young doctors,
leaves hero for Now York, via Honolu
lu, next Saturday, to tnko a post-gradu
nto (ourso of one year at the New York
,School of Phv8lclans, Dr. Soga Is a
graduate ot the Cooper Medical Insti
tute, California, and has proven himself
to bo a physician of very high merit.
Another Japanese doctor from Honolu
lu Is expected next week to taku up
Dr. Sogn's largo practice, both here,
at I'uuncnc, I'ula, and I.ahalna.
within the next 60 days
To see every man, who is operating machinery by
other power than electricity, at our office to finurc with
in. We can save him money and make hint money. The
advantages of electrical transmission of power are numer
ous, hut the more important may he treated under the
following heads, viz :
2. Convenience and Flexibility.
3. .V; ni of Power
4. Sanitary Improvement.
5. Increased Output
(1. Decreased Cost of Maintenance.
HAWAIIAN ELECTRIC CO., Ltd.
King Street. Telephone 300
THE TRANSCENDENT ARC LIGHT
BOO C. P.
Consumes nothing hut ordinary Kerosene
Oil. Tho best light known to sclenco and
tho cheapest. Hnvo received tho Highest
Awards at the Pan-American Exposition.
Hultnble for store and halls, and nro ln uso
In good ninny of our prominent stores
throughout tho city, such as Wall, Nichols
Co., Honolulu Drug Co., Holllster Drug Co.,
Mclncrny Shoo Store, Kllto Ico Cream Par
lors, Hawaiian Hotel and omers too numer
ous to mention. Wo also havo tho came
Arc Lamp to burn 12 hours, which Is suit
nlilo for lamps to bo placed In yards as a
protection ngalnst night prowlers. Our
lamps aro In uso throughout all the planta
tions. For further particulars Inqtitro of
WASHINGTON LIGHT CO. C, W, Macfarlane, M'g
Porter Furniture Co.
First-class FURNITURE oi ail 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 503, 509, 510 STANGENWALD BUILDING.
P. O. BOX 834. TEL. MAIN 7
All classes ot Engineering Work solicited; Examinations, Surveys tn &
ports umdo for any class ot Waterworks steam and Electric Construetloii
Plans and Specifications and Eatlmatrs Prepared, and Construction Sujurta.
tended, ln all branches ot Engineering Work; Contracts "elicited for Rail
roads, Electric and Stcan; Tunnels, Bridges, tlulldlngs. Highways, FcntaiU
tlons, Pleri, Wharves, etc.
Special attention given to Examinations, Valuations, and Keporta A)
Properties (or Investment purposes.
TOEDEIUCK J. AMWKO, M. AM. Boc a H,
Engineer and Mictr.
W. R. CASTLE JR., Secretary and Treasurer.
EMINENT PHYSICIANS have taieliill) analysed
iKittlod from the famous "KOFVIl.SQl'ELUi" in the
I Inrz mountains aud have unanimuusl) pronounced it the
l'l A7;.S'f and on account of its agreeable taste, thu
MOST RllVRESUIXi, OF .ILL X.ITIRAL MINF.R
AL U'.lTI:Ri. The ideal drink during the summer
H. HACKFELD & CO., LTD.
LEWERS & COOKE,
Walluku, May 21. Victor L. Iioeck.
bookkeeper of the Walluku Siii?ar Com
pany, wns mairleil to Dr. I'.lvlra M.
Clement by Her. I)r. K. O. Ileckwlth nt
I'ala last TucMlay. May 20. Only tho
immediate relatives of tlm coiitr.ictlui;
paitlea were present. Ml and Mrs.
Hmck aro now domiciled at the Mar
shall home, Walluku.
What 11 wnndeiful Dlscoveiy Is
PAI.N-Klller! It not only curcH tho 11U
uf tho human family, but Is also tlm
buro remedy for hoi sen with tollc. It
has nover been known to fall In 11 cure
of the worst cases, and for sprnlni,
Kails, etc., It never falls try It once
Dlicc thins accompany each bottle. Sold
by iliiiKKlKts gene-rally. Awild substi
tutes theie Is but on Paln-Klller, Per
il Davis'. Pi Ice 2oc. and 50e.
FELS NAPTHA SOAP
WASHES CLOTHES WITHOUT RUBBING
REMOVES ALL GREASE AND PAINT STAINS
SALTERS' GROCERY STORE
Tho Evening llullctln,
Honolulu, H. T.. May 1C, 1902.
Hecclvod from EMMETT MAY, draft for Fifteen Hundred Dollnrs on
ho GERMANIA LIFE INS. CO. OF New YORK, niuount assured by Policy
No. 20SG53 on tho Ilfo of William Mejur, deceased.
11500. (SlKiied;) CKCII. IIUOWN,
Administrator Estate of Wm, Meycf
The GERMANIA pays their death claims promptly; oven In case of sin
clde niter tho policy has been lu forco 0110 year. It will bo remembered that
Wm. Muycr shot himself rccenily.
75 conts per j H.M.MITIT .MAY, .Miinaucr.
Gcrmanla Life Ins. Co., Judd Building.