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BVENINO BULLETIN. HONOLULU. It. T.. THURSDAY, MAY . 10S.
INTERESTING SUMMER NEWS
LIGHT WASHABLE SKIRTS
Time to lay aside those heavy skirts for something that will In
sure somo degroo of comfort during tho hot weather, and the hot
weather will last a long time.
Splendid showing of many styles this week, direct from tho man
ufacturer, at prices that will stand comparison with any nnd provo
to bo the lowest.
Very Latest Cut
And wo have them to fit everyone. See some of tho styles In the
Navy Blue Polka Dot Duck
trimmed with S rows of
white, all sizes up to 01 QC
44 Inches vlitJ
Black Polka Dot Duck
with two rows of white trim
ming, lengths from 39
to 44 Inches
Linen Crash Skirts
with flounco, any length "ir.
up to 44 Inches '"
corded flounce, brown, "7r
bluo and grey, all sizes WlilO
corded flounces, vertical cords.
Blue, brown, green, (n rfl
all lengths OZ.OU
with flounco, self trim frl 7P
med, any length wlilO
Extra quality, vertical tucks,
with flounco all on nn
Polka Dot Duck Skirts
Navy bluo and black, with
flounce, and two rows
of trlmmlng.atl lengths
Blue Polka Dot Duck Skirts
trimmed all around with four
rows of ruffles, edged with
white, all lengths up
to 44 Indies . ..
extra flno quality, fancy stitch
ed and corded, very stylish nnd
sure to provo rapid sellers, all
lengths up to 44 -Inches
Ladies' New Shirt Waists
WHITE AND COLORED
Don't buy anything In this lino before jou see us. Wo believe wo
have tho very finest waists In town nnd In all styles, Including the
In all the new shades and
stripes. Fine quality, ,. nn
tea yards for wl.UU
Entirely new nnd extremely
pretty In stripes and figures.
DRY GOODS COMPANY, LTD
1 fishing lights 1
Wo have Junt reclved a shipment
of GASOLINE and KEROSENE
FISHING TORCHES, absolutely
safe and cannot by blown out.
Aside from being used fop fishing
purposes! they have proven to be
an excellent OUTSIDE LIGHT for
plantation Use. PRICE $2.25 UP
BOARD OF HEALTH
NEW INSANE ASYLUM
It was a short order of business tho
Hoard of Health had for the meeting
yesterday. Incidentally the unanimous
, sentiment of the meeting was evoked
formatory school were two of the great
est needs of the Territory.
Mr. Mott-Smlth suggested that tho
letter should be acknowledged with a
In favor of n new Insano asylum. Those statement to the Superintendent of
present were Dr. II. C. Sloggott, presi
dent, Dr. W I.. Moore. D. P It. Isen
bcrg. K. A. Mott-Smoth, Kred C. Smith
nnd Attorney General Dole, with Dr
Pratt, executive officer, and C. Chai
lock, secretary. In attendance
A report of tho finance committee on
the claim of Dr. Oliver was scheduled
but passed oer. Thut the physician
Public Works of the lack of funds to
perform the work as required, asking
him at the same time to Inform the j
Board of the minimum amount of work
that would make tho place safe for the
present Mr Isenberg seconding this,
It was so Noted,
The petition of the Kalacpohaku con
gicgatlon for leave to establish a new
Just named Is very much persona non cemetery, deferred last week, was
grata with the Hoard became evident brought up with maps showing the lo
under the next Item of business. This j ration and Its bearings from the usvlum
was a letter fiom Dr Weddlck, govern- cemetery. Mr. Isenberg thought bury
ment physician at Walluku, asking for Ing In the asylum cemetery should be
leave of absence for three months with stopped Dr Moore considered that
Dr. Oliver as his substitute. President burying there was no reason why the
Sloggett stated that Dr. Weddlck had opening of the cemetery should bo
been a hard worker for a long time permitted. He moved to deny the poll
ond was well entitled to a vacation. ' tlon but no one was prepared to second
Mr. Isenberg thought that If Dr. Oliver such a summary disposal of the mat
could not do tho work nt the Settle-' tor. Mr. Isenberg's suggestion that It
ment he would scarcely bo nblo to at-be referred to a committee was adopt
tend to the needs of such a large dls- od, and the petition went to tho com
trlct as Walluku. Mr. Dole said the mlttce on petitions consisting .if Moll
mcdlcal members ought to be the best Smith, Moore and Isenberg.
judges In a matter of that kind, yet tho William Kalelhacna wroto from tho
ovldcnco taken at Molokal which had Settlement telling of certain kokim
not been published was of such a naturo who, in his opinion, had no business at
that he could not give his vote for op-' the place. The Hoard considered that
pointing Dr. Oliver to aiiy work of tho I to give countenance to this line of
Hoard. Tho president closed tho dls- knocking would only bo to ooon tin an
cusslon by saying that tnen the only
thing that could be done was to writo
to Dr. Weddlck and Inform him that ho
should have to obtain another substi
tute before he could be granted a leave
A letter from n II. Wright, chlel
clerk of the department of Publlrc
Works, Informed tho Hoard of what
required to bo done to mako the elec
tric wiring of the Insane asylum safe.
The president said that the work as de
scribed would cost about (1000. Lack
of funds for the purpose was In tho
way of compliance with the notice.
Mr. Isenberg told of an appropriation
that had been made for new buildings
endless vista of trouble without hcn,v
flt to the Settlement. It was there'oro
voted to nccept the letter nnd place it
Dr. Cofer, chief quarantine offlccr.
Informed the Hoard of the pestilence
situation at Hongkong for the two
months ending April 29, thus:
weeks ending April 29, thus- chol
era. 49 cases. 43 deaths, smallpox, 7
cases. 3 deaths; plague, 12 casts, II
Mr Mott-Smlth told of a case of or
deied enforcement of tho mnltnry
building regulations, which scu.cd
rather severe under tho circumstance.
The uncxplied term of tho lease was
when he was In the Legislature, but short and the tenants were poor In
through a mistako In reporting the answer to a question he auld that tho
hill tho Item was left out. Later tho proptity belonged to tho Queen. Dr.
Council of State made an appropriation Pratt being nsked for hU opialo.i Mnt
whlch was never expended because the'rd that the building was a rncnaco lo
It's a Treat
to drink .4 gfj
The BEER of society.
Bottled at the Brewery.
Fred Miller Brewing Co. Milwaukee.
Hoffschlaeger Co., Ltd.
King Street, near Bethel.
ROOSlVELT dS UP
HOPE FOR OIUI Hill
money could not be spared.
Mr. Dole said that the Legislature
j ought to appropriate money for new
asylum buildings. The Institution
J should bo removed to another site upon
tbo public health nnd 'jught to com
down. As City Sanitary OIHoer Tracy
had asked that a committee pas? final
Judgment upon the premlscj, the mat
ter was referred to Mr. Lfenoerg and
Tlieo, H. Davies & Co., Ltd. 3
j llardwaro Department.
General Merchandise. Dry Goods, Groceries.
Japanese Provisions, etc
MAGOON BLOCK, MERCHANT STREET.
E3 . 0- IBox 880 ILsiirL 210
Before It Is Too Late!
BUY WHATSOEVER YOU WANT AT FIGURES WAY BELOW COST
OUR IJNTIRE STOCK
MUST BE CLEANED OUT BY JUNE 30, 1902.
NEW QRAS3 LINEN JUST RECEIVED.
GOO KIM, 1116 Nuuanu Street
P O, Boi mj. Til. ll.
THE OLDEST Clii. SE FIRM IN HONOLULU.
DUn la Flo Silk tod Grin LlDtot, CblotH and Jpot Good o( All KIMa.
I ato-tit Nooanu iln1
GEO. A. MARTIN. Tailor Boston Building.
government land. That nnd a new re- Dr. Moore.
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AORIGULTURAL II i MIXED DOUBLES
Commissioner Wray Taylor has sent !
out the following notices for the Agri
cultural Fair to bo held in the drill
shed July 28 and 29:
"All articles exhibited must be ready
for examination by tho Judges at 8 30
o'clock a m., on Monday, July 28. The
exhibition will be open to the public at '
10 SO o'clock a, in. on July 28.
"All plants, flowers, fruits nnd vegc-j
tables offered for prizes must be Ha
waiian grown und placed on the tables
dean and correctly labelled. i
"After the nrtlcles arc arranged they
will bo under tho exclusive chaigo of
the Commissioner of Agriculture and
forestry, and cannot be moved until
the exhibition is closed
"No plants, flowers, fruits or vege-j
tables will bo entitled to a prize unless
they posticus points of superiority, nnd j
uo award will bo made to unworthy!
goods, though they may be tho only i
ones of their kind on exhibition,
"The following gentlemen will olll- I
elate as Judges: Hon. A. S. (.'leghorn,
Jared O Smith, Esq, G. 1. Wilder..
The preliminary round of tho mlxeu
doubles In the tennis tournament was
plavod esterday uftcruobn. Miss L. K.I
Ward and A II. Ciinha defeating Mrs. '
S. O. Wilder and W ! Dillingham by
tho scores of 0-1, 6-1.
The first round will bo plavcd on the
I'acinc Tennis Club's courts this after
noon us follows'
At 4 p. in. Mlts N. Kitchen and W.
I. Itoth vs. Miss L. Wnrd nnd A. It.
Mrs. A. M. llrown nnd T C Atherlon
vs. Miss E. Horner and C A. KUton.
At 5 p. ni. Miss N Adams and D. II.
Hitchcock vb. Mrs M, (limn and A. T
Mrs. It. Ivcrs and 12. It. Adams vs.
Miss It. Cunha and J. T Irvine.
The semi-finals will bo played to
morrow and tho finals on Saturd.iy
Thls afternoon and on tho other after
noons during tho tournament, ladles of
tho I'. T C. will servo tea during tho
matches. Members of the McrctunU
Tennis Club and the public In general
Is Invited to attend
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Wnshlngton. May 1". Senator Clapp
of Minnesota Is quoted as saying that
the President, nfter hearing from both
sldeB of the Cubnn question, has con
eluded that it Is Impossible) to got tho
relief bill through this session nnd will
accordingly abandon the attempt, and
Hint lie has decided to call an extra
session of Congress Immediately after
March 4, 1903, for the purpose of tak
Ing up tariff revision. This story Is
strenuously denied by the Cuban le
llcf advocates, who declaro Uio l'icsl
dent has not anil does not Intend to
abandon the plan to secure tho pas
sage of the reciprocity bill as soon as
Ab bearing out this contention, a
conversation held last nlgTit between
Speaker Henderson and Senator Aid
rich Is Interesting. They happenod to
speak within hearing of a Ilcprcsenta.
tlve. who told his colleagues, and so
the stoiy leaked out. Henderson was
at the Arlington listening to a concert
In the I'alm Onrden, when Aldrlch
strolled past. They chatted regarding
adjournment nud Aldrlcli ventured tho
opinion that adjournment would be
reached toward the end of June "I'll
hot vou $100 wo won't ndjrturn till tho
first of July." said the Speaker "Yes,
I'll bet the session will last till July
"Well." replied Aldrlch. "taking ov
er) thing into cousiderntlon, I guess
Aldrlch has an easy way of brushing
aside opposition nnd ho mny havo
thought It no hard matter to force the
Cuban relief bill through Congress, but
Spanker Henderson tins learned n los
son during '.he past few weeks, and he
knowH If tin- leaders inslHt upon Cuban
relief It will mean u lous nnd hard
.BBiflHiEE iikiitejuusBStiHMrsW) I iiiiK9HiHkkX"4
within the next 60 days
To see everv man, who is operating machinery by
other jiower than i-leclrtcitv, at our office to figure with
us. c i in save him nionev ami make him money. The
advantage of electrical transmission "f power are numer
ous. Inn the more important maj he treated under the
folli'wmg head viz:
2. ( nnvenience and Flexibility.
3 Sarnie of Power.
4 Sanitary Improvement.
5. Increased Output
6. Decreased C ost of Maintenance.
HAWAIIAN ELECTRIC CO., Ltd
Kind Street. Telephone 300
pVStt ' '
THE TRANSCENDENT ARC LIGHT
BOO C. I.
Consumes nothing but ordinary Kerosene
Oil. Tbe best light known to science and
tho cheapest. Havo received the Highest
Awards at tho Pan-American Exposition.
Suitable for store and halls, and aro In ui
In good many of our prominent stores
throughout tbe city, such as Wall, Nichols
Co., Honolulu Drug Co., Holllster Drug Co.,
Mclnorny Shoo Store, I21lte Ice Cream Par
lors, Hawaiian Hotel and otners too numer
ous to mention. Wo also have the tame
Arc Lamp to burn 12 hours, which Is suit
able for lamps to bo placed In yards as a
protection against nUht prowlers. Our
lamps aro in uso throughout all tho planta
tions. For further particulars Inquire of
WASHINGTON LIGHT GO, C. W. Macfatlane, M'g
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 Uulldlng.
PORTER FURNITURE CO., LTD.
Hawaiian Engineering and Construction Go.
ROOMS 503, 509, 510 STANGENWALD BUILDING.
P. O. BOX 834. TEL. MAIN -jx
All classes of Engineering Work solicited; Examinations, Survey an -ports
made for any class of Waterworks Steam and Electric Constnictloaj
Plans and Specifications and Estimates Prepared, and Construction SapariB
tended. In all branches of Engineering Work; Contracts solicited (or Rail
toads, Electric and Steam; Tunnels, Bridges, Buildings, Highways, FobjU.
tlons. Piers, Wharves, etc.
Special attention given to Examinations, Valuation, And Report !
Croportle for investment purposes.
FREDERICK J. AMWEO, M. AM. Boc O. .,
Engineer and Hansftr.
W R. CASTLE jn.. Secretary and Treasurer
HILL CREST. MARK TWAIN'S NEW HOME.
Where Wnslilngtnn Irving spent his Inst days anil not fur from where
he lies hurled Suimiel L. Clemens (Mark Twain) has purchased n country
place amid the beauties of Sleepy Hollow. Mr. Clemens' placo Is nt Tiury.
town. Hill Crcht. ns the villa Is called, Is a hlstoile spot liecaiiHo the site
of the house Is where beacon tlgnal lights vveio binned during tho Revolution,
while liuwIdeiH along the wnjslde niu monuments of Revolutionary history,
Mr. Clemens' place Is 4'JO feet above tho sea level and commands n mag
nllhent view of the Hudson ami the mil rounding enuntrj. Washington
Irvlug's Kuiiu.vt.lde Is scaled) two miles uwii), and .lulin I). Rockefellers
cMutc Is a mile distant.
Washington. Mny 17. Tho posslblll
ty of keeping living rooms at a tern
peraturo of "D to 72 degrees In the hot
test weather which means practically
an end to Bummer suffering from Lent,
Is held out by Professor Willis L.
Mooro chief of tho Weather Bureau,
who today (lied an application for a
patent on whnt ho calls a gravity air
cooling, doing and purlfvlng machine
Tho now apparatus Is tho result of
several years of study and experiment.
Professor Moore believes the Invention
to, ho of Immense scientific and praetl
cal value Tho cost of the machine will
bo so smnll that It will bo within tho
reach of nearly nil, so that the mini
ber of those sweltering In bluffy rooms
of the city during midsummer prom
ses to ho materially lessened.
Professor Mooro said today "I be
lieve that my machine solves tho prob
lem of cheap, hnrinless nnd automati
cally working apparatus for cooling
rooms. It Is hi simple Hint any ouo
can manipulate It, It can be removed
from room to room, It Ih absolutely
safe nnd can be constructed so cheap
ly that it villi be within tho means of
practically every one."
On the top of one of the buildings of
the Weather Bureau Professor Moora
has built a ''coollioiibo ' In which ho
oxpects to attend to his offlco work
during the benteil period Tim temper
ntiire of this house will be nnjwhero
from 211 to 30 degrees lower than on
tho outside The scheme Is based on
it 8 stem of evaporation I'rofessof
Mooie sav that the apparatus will In)
ospec Lilly adapted lor tho great arid
and semi arid reglous of tuo West,
EMINEHT PHYSICIANS have canlnlly analiseJ
liiHtlcil from the famous "KOEXIl.'iQUnLLE" in the
1 Iar7 mountains and have tinanimouslv pronounced it the
TATS"' and on account of its agreeable taste, the
.1057' REFRESH I XG OF ALL NATURAL MINER
AL II ATEItS. 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 16, 1902.
Received from EMMETT MAY, draft for Fifteen Hundred Dollar on
ho GERMANIA LIFE INS. CO. OF NEW YORK, nroount assured by Policy
No liOM.53 on the llfo of William Mover, deceased.
,'ir00. (Signed,) CECIL BROWN,
Administrator Estato of Wm. Meyer
The GERMANIA pays their death claims promptly; even In case of sut
cldo alter tho policy has been In force one year. It will bo remembered that
Wm. Meyer shot himself recently.
tiaMMiaiT .MAY, .MttniiKur.
Gcrmanla Life Ins. Co, Judd Building.
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