Newspaper Page Text
f mpnsmpHHT - r jfljguy ' HV"!,I? Wflte'1
' ! Jsjuwi 'iw "'O" 'Rl?8"""
RVRNINO BULLETIN. nOHOlXTUL H. T.. MONDAY, JUNB J. 1K.
JfwrolWlF " .jfws1 ,J,)i"
will find something very at
tractive this week In
45 inches wide In stripes
and figures; regular prlco
$2.00 jard; this week
Latest shades and patterns;
strictly warm weather ma
terial and of finest quillty.
30c and 35c
Gingham in Stripes and Checks
A very beautiful assortment
and tho best quality, 27 Inches
wlde 10 yards (or $1.00
D0NT GO ON WORRYING
With Inferior or needlessly cxpcnslvo Illumination In your home.
Thero Is absolutely no occasion for It. Thousands of housekeep
ers throughout tho Islands havo removed this annoying problem
entirely by acquainting themselves with tho Ideal perfect light for
the homo. It is as brilliant as gas or electricity, novcr Brookes,
smells or gives any troublo. Is lighted and extinguished as easily
as gas, and burns but llttlo kcroscno oil. Our catalog sbews all
styles from $1.80 up, and Is sent for tho asking.
Theo. H. Davies & Co., Ltd.
is. mm talks
SCORES QENERAL MILES
IN WARM LANGUAGE
Letter Withdrawn From Badcau Col
lectionBelieved to be Forgeiy
But She lias Her Opinion
) New York, May 21. Mrs. Jefferson
Davis, widow of the President of tho
Southern Confederacy, pronounces tlu
autograph letter offered for sale in tin
' collcc tlon of General Adam Il.ideau, Ik
which a hitter attack Is made on Gen
eral Nelson A. Miles, a forgery and not
tho work of her husband. Through
some mysterious ngency tin1 loiter w.n
withdrawn from tho sale, and It Ij
said that General Miles was th purchaser-
nnd that he paid till for the.
faded record of one part of his war
career that he wished to be forgottjn.
Although Mrs. Davis denounced the
letter ns a forgery, the mention .f Gen
eral Miles' name aroused her in .1 mo
ment, nnd she spoke of him in the ut
most bitterness of spirit,
"I remember the incident perfectly,"
said Mrs. Davis to a reporter after sin
had read the catalogue, "but I think
DRY GOODS COMPANY, LTD
Hermann Oelrlchs Is here to look after '
the Interests of Mrs. Oelrlchs and her
The next matter to bo undertaken
will be the paing off of many lawyers
who hato fought the battles of the
children since James (1. Kalr died In
December. 1891. These Include tlid
firms of Knight & Heggerty, lllshop
Wheeler A: lloeffler, Wilson & Wilson,
Moyil & Wood. John Garber. W. R
llerrln and James II. Iltuld All thest
expert to recclo goodly sums for their
sen lees, but the seer.il amounts are
not yet knon n.
Mrs. Craicn'M ilnlun are now regard
ed an out of court True, the forme:
school te ichor still talks of fighting
for the Mission nnd Sansonio street
piocrtlcn but erry decision so far
has roup ncMlnst her and the executor
show by their action of jestorday that
they do not seriously consider her.
SAYS GOOD GOVERNMENT
LEADERS OUT OF OFFICE
Speaks About Death Rate and Wood
en Houses Anglo-Saxon
Majority Is 100 Years
The Iloston Herald of Mn I ghes the
following account of Governor Dolus
address before the Twentieth Century I
Club of Iloston:
The members of the Twentieth Cen
tliry Club had as their chief guest yes
terday afternoon Governor Sanford 1).
Dole of Hawaii, cousin of the lte. Dr
Dole, the president of the club, b
whom he was introduced.
Governor Dole ljrg.ui bis remarks
with a sketch of tin- li'itoi) of the Isl
ands, and of tlie dillUultles with Franco
on account of the remittance of the na
tives to the Importation 01 priests mid
Sugar refining In the Philippines Is
anything but profitable these das.
Yho Manila American publishes t ro
I vt cjf the annual meeting of the I h-
zon Sugar Hcflnlng Company which is brandy
i..r.llv mnr.. limn a detail of what lias II lia8 1"'n a rM elation for me.
not been done. Thu chairman's report
en sugar conditions Is given as fol
Gentlemen: Tho report and uc
You often pay for H
candle power when 1 candle-
power Is all you need
You often endure '.(
candle power when 1 e p.
would be more suitable
without regard to cost.
Ilylo lamps that turn
down from 10 c p to 1 c.
p i an be used nny place
where n common electric
lamp Is used. We havo
them for sale at 75c each.
HAWAIIAN ELECTRIC CO., Ltd.
King Btrect. Telephone 380
went on to say, to be In Uo.ton, which I
1 havo not visited since 1VJ0. I huvu
felt thut the Iloston people have been I
slow to appreciate the events resulting
In the annexation of the Islands. My
that letter Is a forgery. How can I ever , counts having been In your hands for ' visit to Uoston has shown me that an-
General Merchandise. Dry Goods, Groceries.
Japanese Provisions, etc
MAQOON BLOCK, MERCHANT STREET.
IS02C 886 IMIaAri. 2l
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
P. O. BOX 995.
X7WTJSTGr "WO 3T3UJJS$'
THE OLDEST Cllc. XSB FIRM IN HONOLULU.
Dul.ru Is Flo. Sllkl tell Gfili LIomi. Chloiw Ml JiptnMt Oool. ol All Klilt.
.to-... Nau.nu .JtmI
GEO. A. MARTIN, Tailor Boston Building,
forget that Jailer or that Imprison
ment? Hut the language given hero In
not mine. It Is unworthy of me. 1
don't care If General Dadeau wca Gen
eral Grant's private secretary; that let
ter was never written or dlcutcd by
me. That It expresses contempt for
that person. Miles, Is but natural, for
he Is tho one abomination of my life.
"I did appeal to Gcner-il Grant nt
tho end of the war, hut 111 person, and
my rcitiest was not granted.
"Ah, well I remember wnen General
Miles was In command of t'lls c-hinal
gray barracks. He delighted In bring
ing school teachers and boarding liousj
keepers there to see him In his glory,
for they wero the only women then
who could abide his undcrbreecllng. Ilo
would point to my husband' cell for
their Impudent stares, and his remnrloi
wero so vile, so unfeeling that even
now my cold blood bolls when I think
of those days with their acherse.i uud
'I said to him ono day: 'General Mllci
some day your conduct will be your
Ncssus shirt. You will writhe, tortur1
cd and distracted.'
"'Whose shirt was that?' oefcal tho
untutored fellow. I told him It woi
the shirt steeped with the Centaur's
blood that stung and burned the man
who caused his death. Ills Ignornnct
In thoso days was extraordinary. Th(
veriest negro was moro cultured. He
did not know how to write before ha
came of age. Hut one thing transfer
red his destiny from that of a strict
cleaner or that of a private soldier into
tho foremost officer of tho republic.
It was not Intelligence or moderation
or genius. It was his Insatiate, passion-
"His present position Is explained In
the negro phrase, 'Ho riso by allcr
greaso' (olbow grease). When I pub
lished my memoirs In 1890 I mildly ex
posed the brutality and absence ot
character of Miles. Ho replied, 'Who
would hellcvo what that woman says?
of a United States officer?' Hut a great
cr man than Miles, a Federal officer
and a gentleman, publicly announced
In Washington that his name nnd hi.
reputation wero responsible for the
truth of every word that I put In tho
Confederate widow story of M'lt-s, vul
garian, boor and plcbe."
The Fair Estate
Is Finally Divided
San Francisco, May 21. Mrs. Her
mann Oelrlchs, Mrs. W. K. Vandarbllt
Jr. and Charles I.. Fair, tho three sua
vlvlng children of James G. Kalr, are
now in possession of every dollar In
money, every foot of land, every bond
and every morsel of scrip left by their
Tho decree ot final distribution grant
ed by Judge Troutt on the 12th Inst,
was signed and filed yesterday after
noon lu the presence of Heubeii II.
Lloyd and C. J. Heggerty, representing
the children, and George Crothcrs, ono
of tho nttoinejs for the executors.
When this hud been accomplished the
parties Journeyed down to the offices
of the Fair estate nt 230 Montgomery
btreot, whero tho executors, James S.
I Angus unci T. G. Crothcrs, relinquished
possession of all that remained lu their
hands of the vast estate.
Two-thirds of tho estate had pre
viously been distributed by tho execu
tors to the children under decrees ol
partial distribution. Tho propertied
handed over yesterday Includo:
Cash In bank, about 11,100,000
South Pacific Coast Railroad
Ohio Illver Uallroad bonds . 750,000
Pacific Land Impiovement Co.
Heal estate, Including tho Hol
ly Park property, tho Mis
sion and eleventh street
and Sansomo nnd Pine
Tho value of tho holdings turned over
yesterday Is estimated nt between ?C-
smnn .inv w- wilt. n. nsi.nl. with vnur ncxntlon Is appreciated hero as a move
.n,nl..ln, .ob.. ,l,m n. rn,l V ' e direction Of gOOd gOVCm-
wlll, I think, havo been somewhat pre-
I The men who are IcaJera In the
pared for the unsatisfactory statement movement for good government in
of accounts submitted for your adop- Hawaii are out of office today. They
tlon. as It will bo within your recollec- arc men who do not want office, nnd I
tlon that at tho last annual meeting havo frequently been compelled to ap-
tho chairman mentioned that It had Pc l0 U,,'ltrI """' f LleU l 'mU,Cfl
then been found necessary to close tho ' t"a7hcCAmerlcan civilization
refinery, and that tho prospects of be- or t,l0 u..,ntls lg ,,uo morc , UIiy.
Ing able to resume work were remote. ,,nB cisc lo the work and to the In-
Inasmuch as there was no outlet for iluencc of the American niUcloiurlej
our sugars except n small local de- who went from this city to the island
maml Insufficient to Keep tho works go l'""1 1!'-0 "' labored there for tw-nty-
ing for any lengthened period. I regret 0o Jrcart and more Ihe .esult of
., , " , ... . ,,, their efforts was to establish American
to sny that matters In this respect did ., ,,. ,,... ,.fnr .p, wn
not improve during tho year, as thu any thought of annexation. I,n mt adn
workB have been silent over since, nor that tho change created scarcely n rip
can I hold out any definite hope at pie.
present of their being nblo lo start. In answer to questions Governor
I may here remind you that this In Uul sae statistical Information ..on-
dustry was originally started prima- "rn",8,1 t"e Ulu,"' " nd thdr piipulo.
i. i.u ... .... i ton- The population of the Hawaiian
rlly with the object of refining sugar Iglauil9i 8ad hc numbcr8 ,50000
for tho Spanish market, into which, so Thero nro about 48,000 Hawallaus and
long as tho Philippines remained a part Hawallans, 20,000 Chinese, from
Spanish possession, It was admitted 30,000 to 1,0,000 Japanese, about 20,004
free of duty, and that until the Amcp Portuguese, and from 8000 to 10.000
lean occupation the greater part of tho wn'tC8 ana otner races.
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.
PORTER FURNITURE CO., LTD.
output of tho refinery was shipped to
These have children now growing up
nt ntlvi.it nirnnlni'n tvlin ulll nf.nru.nrrl
Spain, which formed tho only regular bo Arncrca citizens. There seems to
cutlet, tho local consumption of rcfln- B0 prospect of tho Anglo-Saxons
od sugar being always limited. Slnco here being In a majorly for 100 yean
tho American occupation of tho Isl- to come. The hopo Is that as the
nnds took place. howocr. tho Spanish children of non-Anglo-Saxon birth ars
market has remained entirely closed belnK falnu In the Hawaiian schools.
to us. Moreover. In consequence of nd nwoclate with the Anglo-Saxon
.w i. ...... .u . .. children as they are being taught pa-
Iho disturbed state of tho country, tho trlotlami and are continually seeing
production of tho sugar estates In Clio tho American llag-thetc children will
Philippines has been greatly curtailed all grow up to become good American
and It would thcreforo hav been dlfii. citizens.
cult to procuro tho necessary supplies Thero arc from 10.000 to 11.000 voters
of raw sugar at prices which would In the Islands. The white oters num-
havo left nny margin of profit on n fin- Dcr und" -000' Wc,!iav '", Hviml!"-
i . ,. i. ... . i ... i can party, a Democratic party, and a
t, , d othorwlso hecn Homo Rule party. The Hawaiian moth-
sufficient inducement to rosuino work. cr8 have more children than any other
it Is obvious, gentlemen, that ttio pres- race, but they lose ntoie of them
ent iPnto of affairs cannot bo Indcfl- probably, owing to Ignoiance In taking
nltely prolonged, and that If wo aro un- caro of tlle Infants. Hut the death rate
able to find a regular and profltnblo amonK tllcm ' decreasing.
outlet for our refined sugars tho bust-1 Tho ,mlltCl1 rac0 ls M1""- C" ''C'
, . vcloped race, more so than the pure
ness must sooner or later come to an Hawallans. The Hngllsh language was
end. As you aro no doubt aware, tho gradually Introduced Into the school,
commercial relations between tho and It Is now compulsory upon all
Philippines nnd tho Untied States havo Thero ls a board of education In Hono-
been much discussed during tho past '"'" a,ul a commissioner of public In
ycar, and In somo quarters It was Btructl" wll lla8 cUarKe r ,he ac,10'
thought possible that the Islands might " lZlo
be put upon the footing of a State. In- lt ,8 alnlcn,t to ., ,he nlon,.y for .
volvlng tho abolition of all duties he- since wo have to spend nil our avail-
tween them nnd America. In tEls able funds In building Bchoolhouscs.
event tho prospects ol sugar refining Wo cannot keep up with the lucreaso I
In Manila would no doubl bo radically Population,
changed, as freo trado would open out ' Aa to tl,c ,leath r'" "' "'" l8lanls
n market fnr ii,iiinnin u ... ' " "'ay lo duo to the diess of the people
' i-i " !.. iu rticii-r- ,. , ,,, ,, ,,, ,, ,,. ,.. ,,. .,
Ihi. Tho hill recently passed as a tern- )ecomc acclls,omfl', to HUng In wooden
porary measuro by the United Statcf houses.
i.uvernment only provides, however,
for a reduction of 23 per cent on tho
existing tariff, nnd, although wo aro
unable at present. In tho absence of
fllll details, tci tllilirn nl linw tlila u-MI
.... ..,(, ,,,,,..,... . n. .. l. .. .l.ww ...
benefit us. I fear that tho relief will bo ,.""'""" V 7, , , t 1
..i-i,, , . , , ". tho Makawao PoO Club held Saturday
Insumelcnt to materially Improve tho af,Proon. May 21. at the clubhouse,
prospects of tilt, company, so far as Captain Louis von Tcmpsky was pre
tho American market Is concerned, vailed upon by the members lo cuntlnu
Tho outlook, therefore, for tho tlmo be- "s Ha energetic leader,
Ing Is gloomy, but I would recommend Notwithstanding a determination to
a llttlo further nntionrn .,, n. . vacate the high office so long held by
shareholders, who possess n property "n.'o was yet powerV-ss to resist tlw
,,,,,, ,, ., ... , , , ""'"-" wise counsels of his comrades, and so
" ' """'"' "-"""""- y a eora- consented to pilot the Makawao Polo
blnatlon of unforeseen events, might Club through another year.
under certain clrcumstnnccs apprccl- After tho meeting, a practice game
ato considerably In value. It may bo was Indulged In by the members pres
of Interest to you to know that cor- '"t
tain enquiries wero mado of us last ' ' '
year ovidentlv with n view In ti., ... During ono week there wero no fewer
THE TRANSCENDENT ARC LIGHT
GOO C. P.
Consumes nothing but ordinary Rerosen
oil, Tbo bast light known to science and
tho cheapest. Havo received the Highest
Awards at tho Pan-American Exposition.
Suitable for storo and halls, and are in ui
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 Ice Cream Par
lors, Hawaiian Hotel and otners too numer
ous to mention. Wo also havo the same
Arc Lamp to burn 12 hours, which Is suit
ablo for lamps to be placed In yards as a
protection against night prowlers. Our
lamps aro In uso throughout all the planta
tions. For further particulars Inquire ot
WASHINGTON LIGHT GO. C, W. Macfarlane, M'g
Hawaiian Engineering and Construction Co.
ROOMS 508, 509, 510 STANGENWALD BUILDING.
P. O. BOX 834. TEL. MAIN 71
All classes ot Engineering Work solicited; Examinations, Surveys ant ft
ports made for any class of Waterworks, Steam and Electric Constructloa)
Plans and Specifications and Estlmntes Prepared, and Construction Bupvia.
tended. In all branches ot Engineering Work; Contracts solicited tor Rail
roads, Electric and Steam; Tunnels, Bridges, Buildings, Highways, FosatU
Uonc, Piers, Wharves, etc.
Special attention given to Examinations, Valuations, and Reports
Properties for Investment purposes.
FREDERICK J. AMWEO, M. AM. Boc O. ft.
Engineer and Uanair,
W. R. CASTLE JR.. Secretary and Treasurer.
VON Iff SK! CM
EMINENT PHYSICIANS have caialnll) analysed
1ottlecl from the famous "KOnS'H.SQl'ELLE" in the
Harz mountains and have unanimously pronounced it the
I' l' REST and on account of its agreeable taste, the
.1057 RPI-RESIIIM, OF ALL NATURAL MINER
AL U'ATLRS. 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
than twenty-seven suicides committed
In Madrid. I.ove and financial troubles
chaso of your property, hut thoso did
not result in nny reasonable offer. I clalm nlost of tll0 vlctI,,i
do not know of anything which I can tt
usefully add to thoso remarks, except
to say that tho buildings and machin
ery nt Mafahon nro being innlnlalncd
in as good order ns possible, and that
000,000 and 17,000,000, so that as this current expenses aro being kept clown
lepii'seuls but one-third, tho aluo of to tho lowest point
tho entire cstato may he set down at .
JJ0.000.000. Of the children, Charles -r. , ,.,., .n rr
1,. Fair alonu Is In San Kraucisio, whlla nm.ih
French I auridry
cuu, Corner of Ilerctanla Avenuo
nnd Punchbowl Street.
All Work Done by Hand
LACE CURTAINS A SPECIALTY.
J. ADADIE, Proprietor.
Telephone Dlue 3552.
Honolulu, II. T., Mny 16, 1902.
Received from EMMETT MAY, draft for Fifteen Hundred Dollars on
ho GERMANIA LIFE INS. CO. OF NEW YORK, nmount assured by Pollcj
.So 208C53 on tho Ilto of William Meyer, deceased.
;iG00. (Signed.) CECIL BROWN,
Administrator Estato of Wm. Meyei
Tho GERMANIA pays their death claims promptly; oven In case of sin
cldo alter tho policy has been In force 0110 year. It will bo romomberod that
Wm. Sloycr shot himself recently.
ll2..Mirri" MAY, Munnjjor.
Gcrmanla Life Ins. Co, Judd Dulldlng.