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KVENINO BULLETIN. KONOLTTLt. H. T WEDNESDAY. MA t 11, 1M,
INTERESTING SUMMER NtWS
LIGHT WASHABLE SKIRTS
Time to lay aside those heavy skirts for something that will In
sure some degrco of comfort during the hot weather, and tho 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 ho the lowest.
Very Latest Cut
And we hate them to lit ovorjone. See some of the stjleB In the
Linen Crash Skirts
with flounce, nny length ir.
up to 44 inches '""
corded flounce, brown, i "jr
blue and grey nil sizes
01. 1 u
corded flounces, vertical cords,
lllue, brown, green, Pn Ef
all lengths OZ.UU
with flounce, self trim,- tf ir
med, nny length vPl.lO
Extra quality, ertlcal tucks,
with no unco a"CQ nn
Polka Dot Duck Skirts
Navy blue and black, with
'ounco and two rows CI en
of trlmmlngall lengths I.DU
Dn't buy nnj thing In this lino
hate the very finest waists In town
Entirely new and extremely
pretty In stripes and figures.
DRY GOODS COMPANY, LTD
DON'T GO ON WORRYING
With Inferior or needlessly expensive Illumination In your homo.
Thcro Is absolutely no occasion for It. Thousands of housekeep
ers throughout tho Islands have removed this annoylns problem
entirely by acquainting thomsehes with the Ideal perfect light for
tho home. It Is ns brilliant as gas or electricity, never smokes,
smells or gives any trouble, is lighted and extinguished as easily
as gas, and burns but llttlo kerosene oil. Our catalog Bbws all
styles from f 1.80 up, and is sent for tho asking.
Theo. H. Davies & Co., Ltd.
General Merchandise. Dry Goods, Groceries,
Japanese Provisions, etc
MAGOON BLOOK, MERCHANT hTREET,
JP . O- Box 886 IMIaar-i. 21R
Before It Is Too Late!
BUY WHATSOEVER YOU WANT AT FIGURES WAY BELOW COST
OUR ENTIRE STOCK
MUST BE CLEANED OUT BY JUNE 30, 1902. .
NEW GRA8S LINEN JUST RECEIVED.
GOO KIM, 1116
P, O. BOX mi. Til ll
' THE OLDEST CHi. SE FIRM IN HONOLULU.
D.tl.n la Flct Silk, tnft GriM Llatol. Cblo... rd J.p.o.l. Gooil ol All Ktal
tin-.it Nou.nn Mrt.t
GEO. A. MARTIN, Tailor Boston Building.
Navy Blue Polka Dot Duck
trimmed with 5 rows of
white, all sizes up to 01 OC
44 Inches OliAJ
Black Polka Dot Duck
with two ros of white trim
ming, lengths from 39
to 44 Inches
Blue Polka Dot Duck Skirts
trimmed all around with four
rows of ruffles, edged with.
white, all lengths up
to 44 Indies . ..
extra flne quality, fancy stitch
ed and corded, very stylish and
Biiro to proa rapid sellers, all
lengths up to 44 c-
before ou see us. We bellovo we
and In all stjles, Including tho
In all the new shades and
stripes. Fine quality. ,.
ten jards for vbl.UU
DEMOCRATS NAME COMMITTEE
TO HANDLE FALL CAMPAIGN
v M41:l w
JUDGE GRIGGS, NEW CHAIRMAN DEMOCRATIC CONGRES
SIONAL CAMPAIGN COMMITTEE.
Cnngremmnn Juiiim CJrlcpi of (ifoigin, who vviih ncciitlv chiwn as the
new head of the Democratic congressional -. in Jul lull iiiiiiiiiltlri'. represents
the younger Denim ratio element In the lihtise lie In :m nlile hiujcr and a
man of wide experience In tilings political
Washington, May 17. Chairman
Oilggs of the Democratic Congresslon-
al Committee, previous .to his leaving
... . ...
for Chicago to hold a conference with
Den T Cable, announced the following
as members of the executive. and tin-
mice committees, which have charge
of tho Democratic Oougrcsslonal cniiv
palgn. executive committee Ilenja
mill T Cable. Hock Island, 111 ; V M
Coekrell, Missouri; Edward M Shop
ard. New York; James Richardson.
Tennessee; Judsiin I,. Harmon, Ohio;
David S. Ovormyor, Kansas; Jacob
Huppert Jr., New York; Joslah Quln
cy. Massachusetts; F O. New lands,
Nevada, n. C. Hall, Wisconsin, John
Robinson, Nebraska; C. 1). Itandoll,
Texas; I). D. Corth, Kentucky; James
8 a a u tt u a a n xt a it :s n n is st :i t; : :: :: :: n u u :t :i
Kilohana Art League
Probably when the Kilohana Ait
League was organized by a llttlo group
of artists, somo of whom were but tem
porarily domiciled here, there were
man to predict for It the short life that
was tho proverbial fate of every or
ganization In Honolulu which did not
have a charter from outside. This U
one of the instance! where the prophets
were wrong. That the seventeenth
semi-annual exhibition of the I.cagui
s now open proves fairly well that tho
nstitutlon filled a want of civilization
here not prematurely. The nlncty-llvo
numbers on tho catalogue Indicates a
largo degree of activity In local art,
"iiiiu u iuuijuii leuu ui lilt.' KUIIC'IUI qillll-
lty of the exhibits with that seen In '
art galleries on the Mainland may bo
Incited without trepidation Although
the works range from high through or
dlnary to Indirfcrcnt, the highest stand
aids attained arc represented by much
tho greater proportion In numbers, tho
ordinarily good next ami tho le.ist at- '
tractive dwlndllne to but a silent ar-
ray, grown," tho subject being a pair of
D. Howard Hitchcock retains with- baby sllot,s- Nettlo W. King has a na
out question tho premiership nnd In. tlvo Hawaiian femalo head, Bhottlng
creasing his lead nt that. Ills worki flac treatment of flowing ti esses and
may now be properly recommended ns twisted lels, ns well as excellent facial
subjects of study to painters who nra expression. Garco Robertson furnishes
not jet fitted to tread tho paths of art 80"'l ruial scenes of a good average,
alone. Mi Hitchcock's landscapes re- la'r ' Marsbe3" evincing happj treat
veal enhanced refinement at each sue- nic,,t ' lush verdure. I, Teug Cheong
eeedlng exhibition. They possess that nn(1 'au Slieong, two voung Chinese
BUbtlo character of making themselves artists, dlsplaj growing ablllt) fiom
felt by the observer. Ills raeadowi 1'revlous exhibitions. Some of their
aro softening, his atmosphere clarify- P'eccs would make most acceptable lo
Ing supcrblyjils waters becoming more t,aI souvenirs to embelllsli tho walls uf
translucent and reflective. ,' ubode.
The Kllauca Volcano pleco, repre- Other contributors, with works In-
seining the activity of 1890, although
valued by Mr. Hitchcock among bis
chief exhibits, has nothing more than
vivd renllty, but that It does havo and
Is therefore, a most valuablo contrlbu-
tlon to tho history of Hawaii's Krcat
natural wonder. Several of his land-
1 scapes, noinui) inose 01 tne isiami 01
O.i I111, aio masterpieces that would at-
tract attention In any art Rallcry the
world around. It Is simply a marvel
hntv one man could havo accomplished
so many works of IiIkIi quality vvthln
the short space of six months In his
"I'stcihnzv Lily" a small canvas, Mr.
Hitchcock reveals a talent for floral
woik vvhlih ho has until now kept In
useivc Its effect of elenr relief and
put lty ot natural coloring Is exquisite.
Mis. Helen Kdlcj Is another stnvvi
bj the I caituo who ovlnces n versatil
ity beyoud pi ev ions ovldences, advanc
ing from the specialty of Individual
llnuiis wherein she has Ioiik held the
lauiel wreath to landscapes with lloral"
Incidentals at hei best " Where the
I'lnanee committee Lewis Nixon
New Yoik, W. A Clark. Montana,
Jam M' 5"ffey' ''"y1 "'" ""'or
Strauss, New York. Turner, Washing
lon; entr s ,,, Ntt Vork.
CIarl. .,m,,i, rjoorgla. I'rederlck 1'nt
tor New York: Carter Harrison, III!
nols. Oeorge I I'otcr, Illinois. V V.
Di'UHter WlHconsln. J A Norton
Ohio. Inmes I Taliaferro, I'lorlda,
lohn A DoiiKherty. Missouri
The Ktneral headquarters will lie In
Washington The headquarters of the
executive committee will bo locnted In
Chicago It Is probable that Chairman
Cable will select n subcommittee
which will have charge of the cam
paign In the l'.aBt and South, with
headquarters In Washington. A meet
ns of the executive committee will bo
held In this city May 20th.
I.lllos Crow " bj this lad) Is one of
the finest works In the exhibition It
r-prcbents with chaimlng lldellty the
lly pond nnildst the locuimit grovo b)
tuo Walklki road which the niniib of
so-called piogiess has duonud to ob
literation I'hlllp II Dodge continues from the
,lrevlou3 exhibition the tropbl.s of his
i observations upon his IMrop.an tour,
I bcaUics ,,rcscrUnK tllc rln of the
punchbowl power magazine at home ou
oainns ,, ett8 , Anifltcrdam nn,
venltc contain a creditable grasp of
aqueous atmospheres peculiar to those
vvondeigul cities upon the vvnteis.
Theodoro Worc3 contributes some of
his best works, with which the com
munltj latclj become familiar with
bis art will take foi granted the ex
hibition Is enriched Anions others In
a lifelike portrait of the late Justice:
Annie II. I'arko contents herself this
t'n' h n cute bit of still life. "Out-
elusive of varying merit, aio Mrs J. C.
McStny, Alice II Tabor Ida I von
Holt, Mrs May Mott-Smltb Illrd, Ju-
Uau Orcmvell, Mrs A N Htroup ami
Mrs. 1' Storan Molonv Kdlth D King
with her pupils lends a case of China
p.iintlni;, besides hersilf Klvlni; variety
the lack of which would have been
noticeable, by a dlsplaj of moro than
it dozen nunibcis, mostlj specimens of
PKOKiaph upon leather and wood
1'iitil June JS the exhibition will ho
open from 9 to 5 da) time and 7 to 9
evening tho ait K.illuj IicIhk in the
Moile) block at Ileretanla anil l'ort
sticets Mrs Marshall, the devoted
seirttary of the Klloh 111.1 Alt I.uikuc,
lh In constant attendance
The ever popular Italner llecr Is Just
tt 111111 h a favorlto as ever It Is on
lrnu,tht at th' Ncv Criterion Saloon
as it uas at tlm old The longer It Is
1 "i" It I liked
lias Imitators- omc dealers
will substitute it jou don't
watch nut He sure jou get
Coke, the original eu-irantcccl
cure for Dandruff, falling hair,
scalp exema, etc. A da ill
on the hair after bulling ore-
cms colds. Au irded mi dais
and all honors at Paris I'.xpo
sltion ocr all compititors.
Sold Rvtryhtre. Hook bout It Inc.
"C"ko tlnnriruft Cure, In unlrprAll7
!il hf iniutrs o( tinnier,1
UnhnW I rami. Knreinnn of nltlctnl
liarborillounuot HviroentitlTc -
A. K. UKCAICR CO., CIIICACJO.
& Toilet Soap
clems the lnir and scalp,
clears the complexion. Great
for the bath.
ion saw iiy uonnox niira co.
Port and King Sts
BOER R4NK AND FILE
IS HARD TO HANDLE
Boer Leaders Understand the Situa
tion But Their Followers are
Hard to ConvinceDiver
gent Views in London.
New York. Maj 17 A cable to tho
Suu Inim r.onilon sajs Ver d'ver
gent arc views taken both In London
and Pielorln of the protpeets of the
conclusion of peace within tint rext
few dns Chamberlain's extreme!)
cautious words In his speech jester
da) have nut discouraged the sanguine
hopes of the masses, but tbuso who
know tliu Doers best fully expect them
to make a further attemptln ncgotla
tions. If nut In Hold, to gain better
terms than contained In tho Drltlsh of
fer. Kitchener's paramount effort nt his
first Interview with tho Door leaders
was to ImpresB upon them that neither
now nor In tho future would Great
Ilrltnlu consider terms which would In
volve either Independence of the two
republics or mere suzerainty. Acting
President Sehnlkbiirger of the Tinns
vnal nnd his companions havo probab
1) been convinced of the Irrevocable
nature of this ilccTurathin but whether
they lime slice ceded In convc)lng this
lmpreslon to the rank and file of tho
commandos in tho field lias not et
tinnsplred Tho pence conference
which Is now In sesilnn Is not such In
the ordlnnr) sense The Doers tin
dcnihtcill) want to "negotiate" They
Know tlio flrltlsh terms nnd they wish
to submit counter proposals In the or
dinary wny and then work toward a
Minneapolis, Minn, May 17,
"Pudge" Ilcrfclflngcr tor Major. That
Is the latest development In locnl po
Within the last few da)s the ques
tion of a suitable candldato for Mnjor
has engaged the serious attention of a
number of activo business men, who
have canvassed tho situation thor
oughly and have arrived at tho conclu
sion that Walter Hoffelflngcr, tho fa
mous football plajcr, would make thu
most available candldato and a satis
factoty Major. Heffclflnger Is abroad
on his wedding tour, nnd tho matter ot
his caiulldaej was, thqrcfaro, first sub
mltted to his father. Major Heffclfln
ger lias taken the matter under ndviso
m TOJIS WIMV
WashliiBton, May 17 The vvfll ol
the late Admiral William 1 Samphou
Hied todn, leaves ever) thine to the
willow save $tuuu of llle insurance,
which is li'lt for ciial iIIvIhIiiii nuiuiiK
the four uaiiBhters lu the petition
asking lor uilinlssion of the will to pro
bate Mrs Sampson, who Is named as
sole cvrutrlx t.as (he Ailmlial died
uuKHCHsiiiK stoi ks nnd other securities
valued at JfeWu, a tiact of land ut
Manchester, N V. known as the Mai
niou Hill fnim valued nt $1immii 'Ihn
will Is elated at ive West, 1'la, April
The nuvul oiitU of four Kumjietn
poweiu Is ncivv $ ii!7 Oimi ooo pei annum
within the next 60 days
To sec everv man who is operating machinery by
other power than e-lcetncitv, at our office to figure with
n e can we him nionev and make him money. The
advantages of electrical transmission of power are numer
ous, hut the more important mat he trcatitl under the
following heads, r ;
2. Con; cWc'iky ami Flevibtlity.
3 Sal wg of I'ou er
4 Sanitary Improvement
5 Increased Output
6 Decreased C ost of Maintenance
HAWAIIAN ELECTRIC CO., Ltd.
King Street. Telephone flllO
Porter Furniture Co.
First-class FURNITURE ot all descrip
tions. Upholstering Department un
equalled in the City. Now located in the
PORTER FURNITURE CO., LT0.
Hawaiian Engineering and Coostroction Co.
ROOMS 508, 509, 510 STANGENWALD BUILDING.
r O. BOX 834. TEL. MAIN 71-
All classes of Engineering Work solicited; Examination, Surrey ana X.
porta made for any class of Waterworks, Steam and Eloctrlc Conatrnettoai
Plana and Specifications and Estimates Prepared, nnd Construction 8uprla
tended, In all branches ot Engineering Work; Contracts solicited for Rail
roads, Electric and Stcara; Tunnels, Bridges, Buildings, Highways, route
tlono. Piers. Wharves, otc.
Special attention given to ExamlLatlons, Valuations, and Report
Properties for Investment purposes.
FREDERICK J. AMWEO, M. AM. Soc a ..
Engineer and Jfanaajtr.
W. K. CASTLE JR., Secretary and Treasurer.
EMINENT PHYSICIANS have tanliill) analysed
liottlctl from the famous "KOEVIGSQl RLLR" in the
I Inrz inotmtnius and have uiiaiiinioiish pronounced it the
'( RhS'l and on account of its agreeable taste, the
MOST Ri.l RISIIIWC, OF ALL NATL RAL MINER
AL U ATI. RS. 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
Honolulu, II T. May 1C, 1902.
Received from EMMET7 MAY, draft for Tlfteen Hundred Dollars on
'ho GERMANIA LIFE INS. CO. OF NEW YORK, nmount assured by Policy
No osi,53 on the life of William Mejer, deceased
l&Oll (SlKiied.) Cr.CIMlKOWN,
Administrator I'stato of Win, Meyer
The GERMANIA pavs their death claims promirtly; oven In case of sin
elde niter tho policy has been In force one jcar. It will bo remembered that
Wtu Mejcr shot himself recently
iUAIMU'IT .MAY, .Mmiaucr.
Ccrmanla Ulfe Ins. Co., Judd Building.
THE TRANSCENDENT ARC LIGHT
roo c. i.
Consumes nothing but ordinary Kerosene
Oil. Tho best light known to science nnd
tho cheapest Havo received tho Highest
Awards at the Pan American Exposition.
Sultnble for store and halls, nnd aro In use.
In good many of our prominent stores
throughout tho city, such sb Wall, Nichols
Co., Honolulu Drug Co , Holllstcr Drug Co.,
Mclncrny Shoe Store, Illto Ice Cream Par
lors, Hawaiian Hotel nnd otners too numer
ous to mention. Wo also have tho lame
Arc Lamp to burn IS hours which is suit
able for lamps to bo placed In jards as a
protection against night prowlers. Our
lamps aro In uso throughout all the planta
tions, Tor further particulars Inqulro of
WASHINGTON LIGHT CO. C. W. Macfarlane, M'g
Street, opp. Love Building.