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SUNDAY BULLETIN, HONOLULU, II. T., SUNDAY, JUNE 3, 1002.
Somo very pretty goods being
shown at our counters this week. Cool
summer goods and of dainty texture.
We always tnko a great deal of pleas
ure In showing our handsome Importa
t.ons nnd will bo glad to sco you at
All this season's most desirable
sk&dcs nnd patterns In lllue. Green
nnd Tan. Very pretty lor Ladles' Cos
tumes and excellent Shirting Material.
Width 2S Inches.
40c per Yard,
KNtjuislte Ladles' Skirt Material In
1 undsomo shades of Dlack, Navy,
Urown, Orey and White.
75c to $1,50 per Yard.
Large new stock and very prett.
Plain, Plaid and Dotted In Dlack,'
Wh'lte and Grey.
Ladies' Black Lace Hose.
Largo display at hose counter. Cel
ebrated Hcrmsdorf Dye; open lace
work; excellent for summer wear.
3 Pairs for $1,00
DRY GOODS COMPANY, LTD
1 fishing lights
We have Just reclvcel a shipment
of GASOLINE and KEROSENE
FISHING TORCHES, absolutely
unto and cannot by blown out.
Aside from being used fop fishing
purposes, tliey have proven to be
an excellent OUTSIDE LIGHT for
plantation use. PRICE 62.25 UP
Tlieo. H, Davies & Co., Ltd. 3
eg- llardworo Department. S
EMIHEHT PHYSICIANS hare canlnll) analysed
bottled frbm the famous "KOEN1GSQUELLE" in the
Harz mountains and have unanimously pronounced it the
PUREST and on account of its agreeable taste, the
MOST REFRESHING OF ALL NATURAL MINER
AL WATERS. The ideal drink during the summer
H. HACKFELD & CO., LTD.
General Merchandise, Diy Goods, Groceries
Japanese Provisions, etc
MAGOON BLOCK, MEHOHANT hTREET.
E3 . 0- Box 880 rfcEsLlm. 2IP
Before It Is Too Late!
BUY WHATSOEVER YOU WANT AT FIGURES WAY BELOW COST
OUR BNTIRE STOCK
MUST BE GLEANED OUT BY JUNE 30, 1902.
NEW GRA8S LINEN JUST RECEIVED.
GOO KIM, 1116 Nuuanu Street
P. O. Box MJ.
THE OLDEST CHi. FIRM IN HONOLULU.
Dtaltri la Flo Silks tad Gri LtotQf. Cfaloiftt tal JipiotM Ooodt of All Klii.
4Twfti Nuuanu strut
Evening Bulletin, 75c per month
BIG ANTHRACITE COAL STRIKE!
fc ,.,w?u li
M R K i
' 1' t Mrl 4
i -to 4
TURN IT DOWN LIKE
You often pay for I
rnndlo power when 1 can
die power is alt ou nci'
You often endure 1C
candle power when 1 c. p.
would be moro sultnblo
without regard to corL
llylo lamps tliat turn
down from 10 c. p. to 1 c.
p. can bo used any place
wlicre n common electric
lamp Is used. Wo hare
tlicm for sale at 75c each.
HAWAIIAN ELECTRIC CO., Ltd.
Kind Street. Telephone ttflO
New Yorlt, May 30. Tlio lato t dopoimrntH In the lily antlirarlte cor.l strike nn beins eaR( rlj 'watched
h the whnlo country. Tlio strikers n umber nearly 1SO.00O. President Mitch l who llnurod bo prominently In tlio
former coal BtrlUe, Is confident that hi nen can HiIh time hold their ground iifnlnst the coal operators
O000.OO O O 0000000K000 O O OOOOO
Child's Life Saved By
Coolness of Motorman
Motorman C. A. Christiansen, wh.i
runs a Rapid Transit car on the XI 11
ha street line, by his coolness and ef
tectlvo mastery of his car, sacd tlw
life of a Japanese child yesterday fore,
noon under circumstances which would
liae made most men In a similar posi
Chtlstlnnscn's car was coming dowu
Lllllm street cIoec to the Chinese the
ater ut a great rate of speed. The Mil
ha street cars lmo to make good tlm
In order to connect with those on tlio
King btreet line and as there Is qult-i
a graile at this place, the speed of tho
car wus rather faster than on the main
When the car was near the cntranco
to the theater, n Japanese child, about
four years of age. which had been
playing on the sidewalk, suddenly
Very Seriously 111
Washington, May 29. It was lenrn-
ml today that tho condition or Attor
ney Genera! Inox was mmh mole ae-
runs yesterday than his friends at
thnt time were willing to admit. For
a tfme It was feared his Illness would
takt a turn which would result fatal
y or at leaBt permanently Impair his
When the lolent change In tho
v ( nther camo Tuesday, Attorney Gen
einl Kno, who was taking n drlvo In
llplit clothing, got tlioioughly chilled,
nnd tho result was the congestion ot
almost his entlio system. A serious
I mess came on that night, but by tho
j ppllcatlon of hot baths and otner
remedies tho troublo was kept In
check until a doctor was summoned
ebterday morning. Surgeon General
Itlxey of the United States Navy at
t riled Knox, and found that he was
not only threatened with pneumonln.
bm also wTth nuito Drlght's disease
This latter was of so serious n phato
as to causo the greatest anxiety. Tho
homo treatment to which Knox was
li bjected was tlio eiy best thing that
could bo done. Tho doctor found tho
intlcnt In a much Improved condition
today. Ho thinks all danger Is passed.
Krox, however, will bo compelled to
1 rep to his bed during tho rest of tho
Jumped right between the tracks and
Immediately In front of the Hying car.
I No human power could stop the tre
mendous momentum of the car and,
for a moment. It looked as If the death
of the child wasdnevltiilile.
I Mutorman Christiansen who. by tho
), Is n Dane and possesses the ioul
i litis of his race, was equal to the oc
caclon. Quirk as a Hash, he dropped
the fender and put on the recrsc. Il
succeeded not only In saUiig the child,
whkh was scooped up In tho fender
and cscipcd without a scratch, but
he also stopped his car In a space ol
fifteen feet, a feat which his colleague
consider almost mlinrulous.
I Christiansen lias on socrnl occa
sions prior to this demonstrated tin
Ciui.il ability in handling his car and
he Is considered to bo one of the cr
best men employed on the system.
ca -ri-' " - -r u -ca -m -w vis
$8,000,009 Stolen By
Kingston. Jamaica. May 27. A trust
worthy correspondent cables from Port
au Prime tint Simon Sam, the run
away ex-Prejident of Haiti, stole JS.
OOU.UPu from the public treasury during
his Presidency The defalcations aio
only now becoming known
SON GETS BAD NEWS ON
REACHING THE COAST
W. M. Campbell's Father an Old
Piouccr Who Came West from
T5 5' jr -m-mmwrrZ
thnt our Delivery Vnftonn tlieiiiHclvi prove
every claim we make.
circle the world
nnd nrc recognized everywhere as
SJS "e stnndnrcl of excellence, durn-
uiuty nnd resiliency.
Put on by IJXPBRT mechnnlcs
Clias, F, Merrick Carriage Co., m,
185 Alcrchnnt Rt., next to 6tnncnwnld Uulldlnft.
Mrs. Paul Neumann has announced
the engagement of her nleco. Miss
Paulino Neumann, to Mr. Oeorgo Ilo-
dlek. Tho bride-elect Is spending her
second sojourn of recent yearB In Ho
nolulu, where she Is a favorite In a
large circle for her amiable and charm
ing manners. The fortunate winner of
her heart and hand, Mr, Uodlek, Is a
well known young business man who
haa been connected with H. Hackfcld
& Co., Ltd., for several years.
ATTACK ON CUIIAN EXIH1NSES.
Washington, May 27. Secretary of
War Hoot today met tho attack that
Is now being mado on the War Depart
ment by Democratic repicsenUtlvcs for
extinnganco In the expenditure of Cu
ban funds under Ilrlgadlcr General
Wood and Major Gencial llrooke, by
frankly assuming the responsibility,
therefore declaring vthat the expendi
tures were mudo legally and with full
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY
Take T-axntlvo llromo Quinine Tablets.
All dniKflsls refund the money If it
falls to ciuo. b. W. Groe'u sIuuiilum
li on crcli box. 25 coals.
New Yoik. May 27- i:hln I.. Cool
Idge. circulation manager of the Now
Yoik Commercial, was almost instant
ly killed and about 100 persons wero
injured tills evinlng by the breaking
of n temporaiy sidewalk at I'lfth ae
uue and Klghlccnth street. Some of
those Injured may die. Those who
fell were part of the crowd gathered
to watch the parade In honor of the
visit of tlio Trench Hochambeau Com
mission to this city.
Two thousand persons wero on tho
sldowalk when It gavo way. They wero
precipitated twenty feet Into an exca
vation for a new building nnd fell on
piles of building material. Considering
tho nature of the accident and tho num
ber of persons In it tho hospital sur
geons express surprise at the fact that
so few received Injury. Many were
able to go directly home after having
their Injuries Heated b tho ambulance
Illlo, Juno 5. Following Is a list of
the bidders und iimounts fur which
they wero willing to build tho new
wharf in Illlo-
Tor 100 x 800 caisson Cotton Ilros.,
$20,11, J. 1). I.owls, 1IH99; Ha
waiian Construction Company, $82,009.
l-'ur SO x KM) caisson Cotton Hros.,
J107.195; J. 1). Lewis, llnl.MS; Ha
wallan Consti action Company, $70,-1J.-..
Tor 100 x 800 brnco piles Cotton
llros., $101,211; J. 1). Lewis, $97,031;
Hawaiian Construction Company, $71.-
For 80 x 100 brnco piles Cotton
IlioH.. $87,573; J. I). Lewis, $87,120;
Hawaiian Consti uctlon Company, $01
Tho contract was awarded to tho
llawal'an Construction Company.
W. M. Campbell, cm his nrriial In
Min Kiancisco. lecelved news of tho
Ji'.ti.tli of his father, Samuel L. Camp
bell. In Seattle. The son made tdo
Hip to tho Coast for tho express pur
lofo of visiting his father, wTio was
veil along In years. The rather was
die of tho r-ncluc Coast pioneers, and i
the Call Kites tile following rot lew of!
Ms life: I
.Mr. Campbell was born 1'obruary 3, i
1MI, In Chester. Ifnmpden County,!
J.'iiss. tie was the sinenth son of Hoc-J
tor and Olive Campbell, who wero na
tijes ol Scotland, '"no family consist
ed or eleven chlldien. His father serv-'
ed as Probate Judge tor ninny jears
i.pi' had much to do with the making
or tlio laws of Oregon. At file age of
in. Samuel Campbell graduated from
the State TnUerslfy ol Massacnuaetts
nrd began teaching In district schools.
He and IiIh brother William left
1 iiiuo lor the fnr Northwest In April.
1st'!. On October 10 they arrived nt
the mixtion or Dr. Whitman In tho
Wnlla Walla Valley. I'o was tery In
t.mnto with Whitman nnd was present
nt the v.'ell known massacre of tho
Whltiinu lainlly. He lert Oregon
C'.IJ In April. 1817 for Massac'ITisetts.
where lie arrleed September in of too
same year. In 1818 he piloted his
f.ither's ramlly to Oregon, and had
most thrilling experiences and hair
Mr. Campbell was married January
. ISM, to Miss Jane Mntlnck. They
lind four children, Hettor L.. William
1. (twins). Krauk W. nnd Herbert II.
Mrs. Campbell died In I80B. 3!r.
Campbell was married again In ISO!)
mil his wire survives him. Tfio chil
dren or this marriage nro Cnlllo i:
Tnomns M., Genrgo O. and Annlo J.
Mr Campbell for jears wns connected
ns civil engineer with tho Slnto fa'ur
M'yor'H office of Oregon and suneed
a largo portion of that State. Ho was
liter elected County Suneyor for sev
it teen consecutUe tortus. He wns nl
wi chief engineer of the first railroad
I nllt through Oregon from Portland
to lloseburg. Mr Campbell spent the
latt two years of his llfo In tho prep
eratlon of his autobiography, that
when published Is bound to provo most
interesting, ns during the Turtles ho
cmsscd Iho plains tlneo times and had
i.mny thrilling experiences with the
Indians and buffaloes, ffn ono or his
trips ho was tho companion of Joo
Meek, tlio well known historian.
Mr. Campbell left an estato valued
First-class FURNITURE ol all descrip
tions. Upholstering Department un
equalled in the City. Now located in the
Fort Street, opp. Love Mulldlng.
Gold Watch far Grown.
Illlo, June C Captain lien lliown
who icslKiied his position on the police
foice labt week was tiented to a pleas
ant surpilse nt tho lonwnlng of police
rouit Mondny moining. The members
of the polhe foue had all lontrlbtiled
to a rum! and iiiirehn'ed n line (-old
wi't.h foi tlu ii' i '.ib , 'ptiln Til
PORTER FURNITURE CO,, LTD.
C. W. At AC PAULA NH,
The Transcendent Arc Light
500 C. P. Consumes nothing but or
dinary Kerosene Oil. The best light
known to science and tho cheapest.
Hao recelted tho Highest Awards nt
tho l'an-Amerlcnn Exposition. Sult
nblo for store nnd halls, anil are In ubq
In good many of our prominent stores
throughout tho city, such ns Wall,
Nichols Co., Honolulu Drug Co., Hollls
ter Drug Co., Mclnemy Shoo Store,
Kllto Ice Cream Parlors, Hawaiian Ho
tel and others too numerous to men
tion. Wo nlso hato tho snmo Arc
Lamp to burn 12 houTs. which Is sult
nblo for lamps to bo placed In yards
ns a protection ngalnst night prowlers.
Our lamps ore In use throughout all
Tor further particulars Inquire of
WASHINGTON LIGHT CO.,
GEO, A. MARTIN, Tailor Boston Building,
Ants do, It given tho Antollno
treatment. Greatest success
attends use ol this newly dis
covered nnt oxtormlnator. If
tho pests uso It onco they nov
er do again.
In tho pantry Antollno Is
invaluable as It is not a poison
but has the desired result.
New York.- May 30 Miss Allco
lluy dauglitor of Secretnrj llav was
lliiiiwn 1 1 om her cnirlage tod.'o ow
Iny to the linrses being frightened by
u iiasiilng enr, ami suffi red lnlmlis
that woie palulul but nut sitIouh
Honololo Dim Store
P. H. Bupnette
Acient to Grant Marriage Licenses.
Notary Public and Typewriter.
i.il Cetatc, Insurance, Collections.
'. lice, 79 Merchant Street, Honolulu.
We have all kinds
A complete stock of tho fin
est tloor. lurnlturo and car
rlago varnishes always on
for house Interiors wood man
tels choice furniture, etc., can
be used as n arnlsh or palish.
LEWERS & COOKE,
Tho livening Bulletin. 75 cents pec