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KVENINO BULLETIN. KOHOUILU II. T TUESDAY, MAY 27, 1902.
INTERESTING SUMMER NEWS
LIGHT WASHABLE SKIRTS
Tlmo to lay nBide thoso heavy BklrtB for something that will In
sure some elcgreo of comfort during tho hot weather, and the hot
weather will last a long tine.
Splendid showing of many styles this week, direct from the man
ufacturer, at prices that will Bland comparison with any and provo
to bo tho lowest.
See some of tho BtIes In tho
And wo have them to fit everyone,
Linen Crash Skirts
with flounce, any
up to 44 Inches ..
corded flounce, brown,
hluo and grey, nil sizes
Blue, brow n,
nil lengths . . ..
with flounce, self trim
med, any length
Extra quality, vertical tucks,
with 11 ounce all
Polka Dot Duck Skirts
Navy bluo and black, with
'ounco and two rows (J en
of trlmmlng.nll lengths VMiOU
Navy Blue Polka Dot Duck
trimmed with 5 rows of
white, all sizes up to
Black Polka Dot Duck
Blue Polka Dot Duck Skirts
with two rows of white
mlng, lengths from 39
to 44 Inches
trimmed all around with
rows of ruffles, edged
white, nil lengths up
to 44 IncTies
extra fine quality, fancy stitch
cd and corded, cry atjllsli and
sure to provo rapid sellcis, all
lengths up to 44 , -Inches
BRINGS UP THE OLD
He Tells Boston Banqueters That
Congress Made a Mistake in
Granting Hawaii a Liberal
The Massachusetts Club on May 10
tendered former Secretary of the Nay
Long a banquet at Young's Hotel, Bob
ton William It. Castle was one of tho
guests at the dinner. The Boston
Herald reports Mr Castle's speech at
The Hon William It. Castle of Hono
lulu was Introduced after the applause
evoked by (Jov Lang's speech had suh
! sided He began 11 paving u tribute to
the cx-Secrctnry of the Nav whoso
ilcpaitme from Washington was deeply
regritted hj ever) person conncctid
with the Nav Department.
Speaking of conditions In Hawaii.
Mr Castle said tho people of that
cotintr) feel that under the administra
tion of President McKlnley and Presi
dent Roosevelt, they hac had a slicing,
wise and discriminating friend In Set-
WILL BE CELEBRATED
BY BRITISH RESIDENTS
Consul Hoare Presides Over Large
Meeting Mr. Swanzy Chair
man and Mr. Singlehurst
Secretory of Organization.
Mnnv present and former British sub
jects assembled at the Hawaiian hotel
last night, at the call of Consul W It,
Hoare, to arrange for a fitting celebra
tion of June 2H, tho coronation dn ot
King IMvvard VII Among thoso pres
ent weic V M. Svvanry. T Clle Da
Ies the Itcv. Canon Mackintosh, th
Hev Canon V II Kltcnt, E. W Jor
dan. W 0 Singlehurst, Judge Stanley
V II l'nln 1'reil Harrison J T Ir
vine, J C Cooke. It A Jordan II l
Herbert, A It Hobson, Wray Tnlor
Edmund Stiles, Vlggo Jacobson J I.
Cockburn, Hajselden, Anderson Icon,
Mcdlll Semour Heapy. J Collluns.
I Mr Iloaro Blnted the object of tho
meeting In the following hnguagc
I "As jou ore all probably aware, tlui
L'fith of next month has been appointed
for the coronation of His Majcst IM-
the BEER that's pure.
Bottled at the Brewery.
FRED MILLER DREWING CO., Milwaukee.
within the next 60 days
To see even matt, who is operating machinery by
other power than c-lectricitv, at our office to figure with
us We can sae linn moncv and make him money. The
aelantaf;es of electrical transmission of power are numer
ous hut the more important inaj lie treated under the
follow mj; heads, viz
2. Comemence and Flexibility.
3 Sttzvix uf I'oz. i r
4 Sanitary Iinf'rozement.
5 Increased Output
6 Decreased C ost of Maintenance
HAWAIIAN ELECTRIC CO., Ltd.
Kind Street. Telephone aOO
Hoffschlaeger Co., Ltd.
King Street, near Bethel.
Ladies' New Shirt Waists
WHITE AND COLOIUID
Don't buy anything In this line befoio ou see us
hao the cry finest waists In town and In nil stles,
We believe wo
Entirely new and extremely
pretty In stripes and figures.
In all tho new shades and
stripes. Tine quality, a.
ten jards for 0I1UU
rctary Long. He said he believed the ward VII, und his noble and estimable!
natle Ilawallans will rapldl) becomn Queen Wheresoever British people
Americanized and fit subjects for tho may be, the occasion will be observed
privileges and Immunities of citizen- as n da) of rejoicing n1" well ns ror or-1
ship. ferlng their Majesties their lojnl and
"Wc believe ' ho said, "that Congresj heartfelt wishes for a long and pros
made n mistake In giving us nn tinre- porous reign Other peoples likewise
strlcted franchise, but we shall be able manifesting great Interest in tho com
to overcome the evils whlrh go with It Ing event and ceremonial, there wi
cvcnlunllv I bcllevo next November, undoubtedly bo a very hrgo gatherlm)
when we have our second general elce- from foreign countries on tho occasion,
tlon, we shall find that Ameilcan prln- and not the least among them will li(
ciples plainly and dearly stated be- those from tho United States of Ameib
fore the people are going to have a cj With the object of making tlmelj
verj great Influence, and wo are going arrangements for the observance ill
to be nblo to tend sotrehody different to the dav hero jou have been notified to
Congress than the man Wilcox who bo present this evening to express jour
now misrepresents us And I think vlcv.8 full and decide In what nnnner
wo are going to do It bv plain, clean .the celebration. If celebration there Is
DRY GOODS COMPANY, LTD
politics, I believe wc arc going to
show ou that jour first experiment In
n foielgn annexation is a most success
ful one "
I fishing lights 1
Wo hnve Just rcclvcel n Hhlpmcnt
ot GASOLINE and KEROSENE
FISHING TOUCHES, absolutely
hiiIc and cannot by blown out.
Aside from being uHed top (lulling
purposes, tlicy have proven to be
an excellent OUTSIDE LIGHT for
plantation use. PRICE $3.25 UP
Theo. H. Davies & Co., Ltd. 1
AS TO STAMP TAX
The following opinion has been given
by Attorney General Dole at the re
quest of Treasurer Wright:
Territory of Hawaii,
Office of the Attorney General,
Honolulu. II I . May 20, 1902.
Honorable Wm II. Wright. Treasurer
of tho Territory of Hawaii.
Dear Sir In response to vour re
quest of jesterday, whether vou have
any discretion to remit stamp duties
on Instruments, I hnve to say that It
pccms to me that jou have no such
discretion The duties nro required by
the law of the Tcrrltoi), and cannot bi
remitted ns a matter of favor
I think Sections 91S and 941 of tho
Civil Laws of 1897 require stamps on
tho full umount $250 000 00, of the triibt
deed of the Koloa Sugar Company.
Verj tiulj jours.
(Signed ) 13. I DOI.I3.
It Is a Ileal Pleasure- to us to speak
fnvoinbly of PAIN-KILLER, known al
most universally to be n good and safe
remedj for burns and other pains of
tho body It Is valuablo not only for
colds In winter, but for various summer
complaints and should be In even
famllj The casualty which demands
It may come unaware Christian Ad
vocate. Avoid substitutes, there Is but
ono I'nln-Klllcr, I'eriy Davis'. Price
25e. anil 50c
Tie Evenlig Bulletin,
75 cents por
to bo. should take phce"
There was a general discussion over
desirablo events for filling up tho daj.
resulting In the following skeleton program.
Service In St. Andrew's Cathedral
The plant which Is being used In Ho
nolulu for leprosy with Mime bemflcliil
results and Is said to be n native of
Venezuela. Is probablj Jatroph.i gos
sjplfolla I.lnn I Nat Ord Euphor
blacoael 1 hat Is the species w li loll baa
been Identified bj the late Dr. I3rnst,
of Car.ueas as tho "Tui-Tua" of Ven
ezuela. Hut Dure Is nothing in the
description of the uses of the drug giv
en bj (1 1 '(im pa In his Culeiclon do
Medlcnment.is Indlginas" (Car.inas,
1SI..S). that Indicates any special elil
e.icj In leprosy (Pharin Joiiru No
li,.'l p 121) He Mates that a detention
of the leaves made with n llttlt silt,
Is used as a mild purgitive In Indigos
tlon or other disorders of tho stomal h
I and In fevers A decoction of the root
3 Is suld to be extclltiit for drops) Tho
i milk) Juice obtained by tutting tliu
wimt i" ' "i ' Ms.
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THE TRANSCENDENT ARC LIGHT
r.oo c. i.
Consumes nothing but ordlnnry Kerosena
Oil. Tho best light known to science and
tho cheapest Hnvo received tho Highest
Awards at tho Pan American Imposition.
Suitable for storo and halls, nnd are In us
In good many of our prominent stores
throughout tho city such as Wall, Nichols
Co, Honolulu Drug Co, Holllstcr Drug Co,
Mclnerny Shoe Store, Elite Ico Cream Par
lors Hnwallan Hotel and otnors too numer
ous to mention Wo also Iiavo the same
Arc Lamp to burn 12 hours, which Is suit
able for lamps to bo placed In jards as a
protection ngnlnst night prowlers Our
lamps are In uso throughout all tho planta
tions Tor further particulars Inquire of
VASHIN6T0N LIGHT CO. C. W. Maclarlane, M'g
Reception b) Ills Britannic Majesty's jomig shoots Is applied to ulcers of tlio
Consul. W 11 Hoare. 11 n. m mouth. Jatroplm gojsjplfoll.i Is found
Sports In the afternoon, beginning at In two forms staph jsagrhcfolln and
2 p. m. icltgans, from Mexico to Brazil In
Grand ball, 8pm. British Guiana It Is recorded from near i
I M Swan'zy was selected as pcrma-' Demerara, It also occurs In tho Niger
nent chairman, and W O. Singlehurst uistrict in west Africa jatropn.i tur-
secretary Tho chair was empowered
to appoint the following committees
rinnnce, church service, sports, ball
and business house closing
Whatever money Is left over from
the celtbratlnu will go to the Hospital
COINS IMtOM II xitnoi:
A large number of coins ot dlffrcnt
nges and countries nro exhibited in tho
window of tho Pacific Hardware' Com
pnnj on Port stroot Tho coins nro
nontl) mounted so that all are In plain
sight and afford a most interesting
specinclo TTio) were brought up fiom
tho bottom of Honolulu liiihor by tho
tiovernment dredger vvlnlii tho harbor
vvns being deepened nt the 13vva end
The collection Includes tolns of many
nitions, chiefly American an,?" British,
however Snmo heir iTitcH ono hun
ilrcd and fifty joarsTfuk A number
of buttons nro also Included In tho ex
hibit The buttons nnd coins tome no
doubt, finm nitinj dlffi rent vcsscla
that have visited here In old dajs.
cas a ncarlj allied tropical species hni
a good reputation In India as nn appli
cation to Indolent ulcers and J gOH
sjplfolla niaj therefore be expected to
bo slmlliiil) useful Merck's Report
Manuel Joseph, aged S2 pished
aw a) nt his Inline on King strut near
tho Pnhnia chapel at about 1 ocloik
Suudii) afternoon. Ho leaves a widow,
Catherine Navvna, who Is mil) 17 jean
of age The funeral took plate jes
terd.i) afternoon, Interment being In
Nuiiaiiii i (-meter) bj the side of his
(list wife The father of the dei cased
win the first I'oitiigueso to rot foot on
Hawaiian soil, he having born cast
ashore em Kauai. Manuel lostph vvns
born hero IVliiiinrj 7. ls.'O a month
beforo the arrival of tho flmt missionaries.
Porter Furniture Co.
First-class FURNITURE of all descrip
tions. Upholstering Department un
equalled in the City, Now located in the
Fort Street, opp. Love Building.
HOOK lit) PI) It HONOLULU.
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General Merchandlee. Di-y Goods, Groccrieo.
Jananese Provisions, etc
MAGOON BI4OCK, MERCHANT ftTREET.
, O. IB02C 886 ZMTalri.
Before It Is Too Late!
BUY WHATSOEVER YOU WANT AT FIGURES WAY BELOW COST
OUR I1NTIRU STOCK
MUST BE GLEANED OUT BY JUNE 30, 1902.
NEW GRASS LINEN JUST RECEIVED.
GOO KIM, lilG Nuuanu Street
l- (5' Hoi m Tat. it
THE OIDEST CU.. iSE FIRM IN HONOLULU.
Uiemrt In Flo? Slllii sol drill Llnci Cblntt and Jtpiotit Goodi ot All Ktali
tn-t Ntiuant lrt
GEO. A. MARTIN, Tailor Boston Building.
murxva MAAiiFsixssmwm- , i.ww?;.'srTrtvf9
Xmimmmsmfas ..&&wi&yW&x- ' "m-
?SM!fflft:tBM?JMinWi7aaiWn curios fin B.ile
Kftl'"5i'V,fiXV?V!ty t.U MMHitrViWViXRl-lWMae1ia r.,r i .r,v
mmi Lssami&v m . i;m q
w-.-j mi&jaijmm. 9'i
When tho BteaniBhlp I'ern mlleil fiom
San I'raiirlsio on the 17th ii st , the fol
lowing persona hail booked for panB.igo
to Ilonoliilu In tho Veutiiia William
Waterman anil wife Mm O C lleiK-
le) Miss Heckle) Miibtcr llccKle), Miss
i: (!a Mian II. Cohen i: Parker J
'1'arker .Mlta C Hanborn, Mrs J M
i Minpliy, V von H.unni anil wife, MIsh
C Wllbon, W. (! Invln. Mra W fl
j Irwin and maid Miss Irwin, Miss I:.
levari Mlus A Mncfuiljiie Mrs Ucr-
'Ker Mr .sjiauld'ne, C I Caiter and
li.irtj Mr Coko and wire It N Hal-
Hteail 1. r f Kollofg. I'lof Allard)cc,
(' C Kinmliloar. W 0 binith Mr
' V'oren atiu wife, o It Carter, James
hpcrry Hv A C Wilson II 1' Uakin,
W II Marsion I, A lliurstoii, Jas
Wliltnej Hamiiol Miihelona MIsb M
CialB Mlus M Kplikoi I. S drocnvvell.
Alec Hcittle. W I. Ilownid Miss Les
lie Wight i: Wight Mlsd r.lla Siolt.
MlfH i: Ciiilin, Mrs I A Dins Miss
DovvKCtt Miss V Mal.eo, Sam Wight
Mrs Wight Mls M Until. Miss S
Itenttiii Ooorge (Minimus I)r lllshop
wife and two chlldien M Mcnsjirat.
M A Hambcrgor, T llen'on l'
Deacon S T Deacon. C Dei on i:,
NIs and wife Mr l'llme Mrs K K
Coopir Mrs A I. I'oIkci. C O
Ciimplioll wife and ehlld Miss C'lial
mors, MUs '1 jiifenbuh, Miss i: King
The Don inlsiiiurs In f'e)loii have
o iiiIm' mom h miking
PORTER FURNITURE CO., LTD.
Hawaiian Engineering and Construction Go.
ROOMS 508. 509, 510 STANGENWALD BUILDING.
P. O. BOX 83.. TEL. MAIN 71-
AU oliuiaes of ICnirlneerlng Work solicited; Examinations, Surreys an Re
port! mado for any class of Waterworks, Steam and Electrlo ConstrucUoa
Flans and SpocIIlcatlona anil Estimates Prepared, and Construction Suparla
tonied. In all branohii of Engineering Work; Contracts solicited for Kail
rosels. Electrlo and Steam; Tunnels, Bridges, Buildings. Hlghsrays, Kouacta
tlr.iu. Piers. Wharves, etc
Bpeclal attention given to Examinations, Valuations, nd Reports si
t'ropertles for Investment purposes.
FREDERICK J. AMWEO, M. AM. 80c O. ,
Engineer tiid Uanaftr.
W )t. CASTLE JR.. Becretary and Treasurer.
EMINENT PHYSICIANS have canlully analysed
Ik.uUmI from tlic famous "hOl H.SQl CU.h" in the
llar7 mountains and li.ivc iiiintiiiiiouslv pronounceil it the
I'l Rl b ami on account c f its agreeable taste, the
MOSI HI I HI S7c, OF II L IFl HAL MIXER.
.11 II UlRS. The 11lt.1l elnnk during the summer
it HACKFELD & CO., LTD.
MISS MABEL MERRIAM IN HER AUTOMOBILE.
Anion,, tin must uliimiiw mid ui 11I111 nt U11 ii'-hlii-ion vemnK
vviimon Hho belong to whit l lieivv Liinuu iih "tho Mill llem-mlt Ml la
Mlhs Miiliil Minium, el.iiiublii of the illuclor or II11 teimiih hbe l fond
of ull oc'.dooi HuitM anil Is luitleullil) eieit In eliivinn an uutoiuublle.
f'. M111 I If t-ic Hell
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U'Mit-. nn ti vitnnl e I r n I 11 re M Ires
I'lepcc 1'lcv.tPlc C . J I ost St , S n
I rii .inn Sr it liw tn Hnwill I ir (5.00
FELS NAPTHA SOAP
WASHES CLOTHES WITHOUT RUBBING
REMOVES ALL GREASE AND PAINT STAINS
SALTERS' GROCERY STORE
Honolulu II T May 10, 1902.
Ite lived from EMMCTT MAY, drift for I'lfteen Hundred Dollnrs on
bo GCRMANIA LIFE INS. CO. OF NEW YORK, nmount nissured bjr Poller
mi i'usojj on tho lilo of William Mojcr, deceaseil
15'IU (SlRiied,) CECIL IIUOWN,
Administrator Estato ot Wm. Moyor
Tlio GERMANIA pajB their death elalmn proniitl , even In caso of sui
clile niter tliu policy lias been In force ono Jcur It will bo remembered that
Wm Mojor ehot himself recently.
Life Ini. Co, Judd Building.