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BVBNINO pntXBTIN. nONOMTMT. H. T., 8ATURDAY, JUNE 7, 1S01
will And something very at
tractive this week In
45 Inches wltlo In stripes
and figures; regular prlco
J2.50 yard; this wcok
SAY IT IS FOOLISH
WHAT HOME RULERS ARE
SAYINQ Of ADVERTISER
Laugh at Statement That They Have
Given Up Fight In Fourth
District In the
Latest shades and patterns;
strictly warm weather ma
terial and of finest quality.
30c and 35c
Gingham in Stripes and Checks
A very benutttul assortment
and the best iunllty, 27 Inches
wlde- 10 yards (or Sl.00
DRY GOODS COMPANY, LTD
A prominent Montreal clergyman, the Her. Jjimn
tl llxn, Hector &L J mien nnl linn. Canon of
Chrtt Church Crttirrir&l, write i "Wrmlt mo ti
etui yon a few line to itrmigly recommend
I'litnr 1)ti' I'AiN.KirLtn. I Imve toot It with
l nfictlon for tMrty-flte year. It I a prrpsra
'Iimi hIiIi hilefcrten full public confidence. '
ik If 1 1 A anre cure for
An article which nppenred In tho' Cramps, Ac
Aihcrtlscr yesterday morning which Two sirci, j--c and joc.
gave a purported conference between i rvli only one r.iin-KWer, Porry Davis
Homo Itulo leaders In Fosjor llnll on ' -L ' .'
Tmirsday night Is helng ridiculed and'
laughed at hy natives nil over the city.
The article referred to states that tho '
Home Killers have practfcally given I
tip the fight In the Fourth District six
months before tho election
Several of the Homo Itulcrs wcro
teen today and they all stated that It
wat hardly worth the whllo to contra' I
diet the article because It was so a
liferent ly foolish on the fnco of It. Any
er.c who had followed even In the most
careless way the deliberations of the
Home llulo party, would know better
than to make such a foolish statement
True, thero was sorao discussion al
the meeting over tho "prospect of the
party, but Instead of thero being any
dtuht expressed as to probability ol
winning out In tho fall elections, the
members of the executive committee
remarked that tho prospects of the
party were never better, and that there
would be a great victory In tho Fourth
District when tho light was on.
Said one Homo Ituler: "During tha
last election we wero, rather shaky, 1
will admit, hut that has passed away.
Tho endorsement of Dole nnd Dolclsm
by the President of tho United Sinter
if Just tho straw that hroko tTio cam
lis imck and the Republican party
cannot win In the Fourth. Thero nro
men flocking Into tho Homo Ilule
Told every day men who formerly af.
diluted with tho Republican party
They see In our party the only hopa
of rulo by the people
We have this year tho strongest
MOANA HOTEL ARRIVALS
It. Spear, V. S. S. Solace; Mr. and
Mrs, 0. X. McKean. Melbourne; Ilessle
McCormlck, Sydney; Frances Hanger.
London; IMw. McCormlck, Ilrlslmnc;
M. Sproat, .las. McOIII, Scotland; F.
Fulka, New York; J. A. IMmondson,
Wellington, N. '..; J. S. C. Robertson,
Mnnplinslpr l.ni? Mr. nin! Mm II
foundation stono that tho party has Humphries, N. Z.; Mrs. James Hazlett.
,. ... .,... .i.v imSn ui ii; lui-o Duneum, lion. Luwnrd .Miller, Mr. anil
'in ,ii,.nr,,iv iinvn nnnn iviii ivainnnfi 11 ... , - ... ....
.urn. in. miux. win. u,ne)
New York. May 30. rinnl elTorts are
In progress to end the anthracite coal
strike before next Monday, when tln
engine drivers, flrcmen nnd pumpmen
now occupied In keeping the anthracite
mines free from water aic called upon
to cease work. It Is feared that after
Monday a situation will develop which
will render Impossible any settlement
of the difficulty until cither the men
or operators have been vanquished.
St. Louis, Mo.. May 28. Frank P.
Sargent of the Ilrotherhood of Loco
motive Firemen and a member of the
National Hoard of Arbitration, ot which
Mark A. Hannn Is chairman. Is of tha
opinion that If the strike of anthra
cite coal miners Is not settled within
the next eight or ten days there will
probably be a sympathetic strike In thn
bituminous coal fields.
EVIDENCE OF FRAUD
IN LOADING CONTRACfS
Captains of Vessels Chartered for
United States Give Receipts
For More Coal Than They
jrnt oligarchy have been well weighed
I ay tho people nnd tho Territorial gov
eminent has been found sadly want
.lug. Tho people cannot stnnd anothci
two years of the kind of government
j they have been subjected to. and for
that reason nre Joining linnds with us
The Republican party with Dole at the
head can never win out."
I fishing lights 1
Wo Imvc Just reclvetl n shipment
Z of GASOLINE and KEROSENE 2
fc FISHING TORCHES, absolutely 2
sate nnd cannot by blown out. -
- Aside from being used fop fishing
- purposes, they have proven to be S
- an excellent OUTSIDE LIGHT for
fc plantation use. PRICE 62.25 Ul 3
f Theo, H. Davies & Co., Ltd. 3
fe llordwnrc Department.
General Merchandise. Dry Goods, Groceries.
Japanese Provisions, etc
MAGOON BLOCK. MEROHANT UTREET.
IF .O- IB02C 886 Hxda-in. 2lft
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 GRASS LINEN JUST RECEIVED.
GOO KIM, 1116 Nuuanu Street
Crisis Occurs In
Madrid, May 27. A crisis In the Cab
inet has occurred, At the meeting of
the Cabinet today Scnor Canclejas,
Minister of Agriculture, Insisted upon
tho necessity of convening tho Chamber
Immediately to discuss tho religious
question. The other Ministers opposed Hllbert. Miss Josle Hock. S.m Fran
Manila; V. A,
Knox. Wm. I).iey.- Mel
bourne; W. O. Athall, Kngland; 11.
Wlelhcr, Norway; Mr. and Mrs. Chas,
Aldrrldge, Miss K. Aldildgc, Miss D.
Aldrldgc, Miss O. Aldrldge, Irmand
Aldrldge. Toronto; C. Bean. T. W.
Sterling. J. W. Oman, T. J. Anno, T,
P. Baldwin, I'. S. S. Solace; Thos.
Prlmlc, Henry II, Isherwood. Knglnnd;
Martin Maglnnls, Montana; Col. Jas.
Allen, Qenernl Dates. Misses Hates, t
S. A.; Mr. and Mrs. Johln Carroll, Aus
tralia, Mrs. I'earse, Australia; Mr. and
.Mrs. Thos. Fitch. .Mrs. Geo. C. Ilecklcy.
Miss J. II. Ilecklcy. Master Geo. Ileck
lcy, City; Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Water
man. Oxnard, Cat.; W. S. IMIngs, Chas.
11. Hall, llnwall; W. 0. Taylor. Maul;
L. II. Thurston. City; V. S. Porter, W.
II, Lemertt Oakland; C. C. Kromb
laar, N. O.; Alfred Hepburn, London;
H. II. Bridge, N. 7..; Mrs. W. V. Law,
Miss M. ,1. Law. New York; Mrs. L. II
this proposal nnd Senor Canclejas re- clsvo; A. I). Glbbs,
After this action the remainder of
the Cabinet placed their portfolios at
Dodge, W. II. Hangluwoiit, New York;
J, L. Sudbury. London; S. S. Tullls.
Glasgow; Miss M. Kendall. Cleveland
the d sposal of Premier Sagasta to en- MlM JInut. xie.can San rrancU.o; T.
nl,1 1,lm to solve the dllllculty. , j A(,. s. s. ,,. Mr. aI1(1 MlH- Wnl.
' ' tcr Stellhelmer. San Francisco; Mr.
There nro today In Canada somo 3000 1 and Mrs. I. K. Hlrsch, Chicago; Mr.
cheese factories, with an annual output 'and Mrs. Chas. N. Itogers, Phlladcl.
of 180,000,000 pounds of cheese, an rJiln: Mrs. I). It. Sessions. Miss A. K.
nvcrago of about 00,000 pounds per foc-
ARE YOU DEAF??
Kyerr kind of lefne and dlftlrult hear.
Inar cn lf rurrd byour new Inyentloni onlt
tbo baring been born deaf are Incurable. ulnefc
In llifenreeaieai me. Hend particulars abou
your case. Conuitfittnn and adrlca frer. Kverr
una can cure blniactt at bit own borne at vert
DIR. DALTON'S AURAL CLINIC,
1MLialli Avenue. CIIICAOO. IM. M H. A.
Sessions, San Francisco; W. S. Jack
ton, Shanghai;' L. Bultmann, Bremen;
Mr. nnd Mrs. F.mllo Zottrand, Belgium;
F. Ferris, Hngland; H. Knutli, Copen
hagen, Bertie 1. Hvnns, Sydney.
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY
Tako Laxatlvo liromo Qulnlno Tablets,
All druggists refund the monoy If it
fallB to cure. to. V. Grove's signature
Is on each box. JG rnts
Yokohama, May it. The following
cxtiacts Horn tho report of Jnpanesa
Iinipector General Marine P. Mnus on
Hie coal supply to United States trans
lorts, the Nagasaki Press gives with
"Numetous reports hnvo been ro
ceied fiom nrious iiunrlurs regard
'ug the mniiner In which coal has been
lciclved at Nagasaki. niT tending tn
show that fraud has been practiced
"Whllo at Honolulu tho Garonne, a
chartered transport, direct rrom Naga
oaki. arrived In port. She gno n nc
rulpt In Nngasakl for 1C29 tons of coal
The capacity of tho hunkers of thli
transport Is only 1C00 tons. Thero Is
:in satisfactory explanation for tho ex
cess received over her capacity. I be
lieve It can bo shown thnt mora than
!00 tons of coal wero receipted for
than taken aboard.
"Thero Is no certification by weight
if the coal received nt this port, as It
is furnished direct hy ITio" conlrnctor
1 1 the ship, under the direct chargo ot
the deport quartermaster's clerk. Ths
i;uartermnster agent nt Honolulu stat
od to mo officially that there never
hnd been a chartered ship arriving
I here, especially sailing under tho Brit
ish Hag, but tho captain or engineer
had not nskuTJ him on the first visit,
'What is there In It for us?"
. -ere Is no question that thero
ha been a shortage In the amounts of
coal receipted for by transports nt Na-uneakl.
"The coaling of tho Garonne, tho
Universe nnd the Flintshire nro exam'
pies which affurd Indisputable proof.
Tho case of tho Garonne enme undor
my own observation while at Honolulu
Mm was reported by mo to tho Super
li'Undent of Transport Service, who
caused an investigation and submitted
a icport to the Quartermaster General.
This vessel put In nt Honolulu on ac
r. unt of a sbortnge of her supply, both
the master nnd the chief engineer stat
ing that they nacl lecelpted for 1(129
ions nt Nagasaki whan they knew thoj
lnd received no such amount.
"A enreful measurement of the cubl
. al contents of a Ion of the coal fur
nished nnd the capacity of tho coal
uunkcrs shows thnt thta ship could
ciily possibly cany 1107 tons of this
ccnl, belli 13J tons less thn wns l.
"By actually weighing the coil In
one bunker of the transport Universe.
ulilch hud not been touched nltei liav
lur been loaded nt Nagasaki, Instead
ot there being "SO tuns, us ro clpted
li i, there were found to bo only Z16
tr.iis a shortage of 174 tons.
"On the Flintshire It was also found
tiy actually weighing that one hold,
v hich wus reported to contain 850
tens, the amount receipted for at Naga
iM and which had not Oeen touched
uuilug the voyage, only contained 70 1
tons a difference ot Hi! tons of coal.
"I don't believe It would lin difficult
) show a similar shortage In connoC'
tlcn with other transports."
'Uc1. jr i
Sunday Dulletln, $1.25 per year.
P. O. Box OTI.
THE OLDEST CHi. E FIRM IN HONOLULU.
, Dtalari ! Flo Sitka and Gran Lloaoi. Cbtnat and JapiotM Qoo4i of All Cla4a
tio-tft Noaiou atraet
Henry 11. Williams
THE PROGRESSIVE UNDERTAKER
OI5 : HONOLULU WITH : THE
CITY - FURNITURE - STORE
a specialty. . .
GEO. A, MARTIN, Tailor Boston Building.
The very latest methods
employed In caring f. r the
dead. A lull stock of the best
and up-to-date undertaking
goods anJ paraphernalia.
Remember there Is no other
Ml). WII.LM.Ms connected
with this tstabliihmcnt ; so,,
m.ikc no more mistakes.
Office, IMG and 1148 Fort St., Love Building.
Phone, .Main 64. Residence H75 Fort St., below Vineyard. Phone and NIrIU Call, White 3811,
totxll.L1av:.,J,,rrr wit : ..irai,,ns.i.ia;nsg.iMrii33ii;iL:iy,r
TURN IT DOWN LIKE
You often pay for 1
eandlo power when 1 can
dle power Is all you ncvl.
You often- enduro 1C
eandlo power when 1 c. p.
would bo moro sttltnblo
without regard tn cost.
Hylo lamps thnt turn
down from lfi c. p to 1 c.
p. can be used any placo
where n common electric
lamp Is used. Wo havo
them for sale at 75c each.
HAWAIIAN ELECTRIC CO., Ltd.
King Street. Telephone .'11)0
Porter Furniture Co,
First-class FURNITURE ot all descrip
tions. Upholstering Department un
equalled in the City, Now located in the
Port Street, opp. Love Building.
PORTER FURNITURE CO., LTD. I
C. W. MACI-'AKLANC.
The Transcendent Arc Light
000 C. P. Consumes nothing but or
dinary Kerosene OIL Tho best light
known to science and tho cheapest.
Havo received tho Highest AwardB at
the Pan-American Imposition. Suit
able for store and halls, and aro In uso
In good many of our prominent stores
throughout the city, such ns Wall.
Nichols Co., Honolulu Drug Co., IIolIIs
ter Drug Co., Mclncrny Shoo Storo.
Hllto Ice Cream Parlors, Hawaiian Ho
tel nnd others too numerous to men
tion. We also havo tho samo Arc
Lamp to burn 12 hours, which Is suit
nhlo for lamps to bo placed In yards
as a protection ngalnst night prowlers.
Our lamps aro In uso tnroughoiit nil
For further particulars Inqulro of
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