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EVENING nWLLETIN. HONOLtJU. H. T., THURSDAT, JUN8 19, 1902.
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You do yourself an lnjustlco If you
should buy new millinery without first
seeing our new stock.
We liavo Just received an olegant
assortment of tho latest prevalent
styles and shapes In LADIES' SUM
MER HATS, loth trlpimed and un
trimmed; also tho beautiful lloman
stripes the nowest thing for hat dec
orations. All attractively displayed In
our Millinery Department.
Pretty Lace Curtains
Anyone desiring CURiAINS will
find our stock a Veritable garden,
where tho newest Ideas In designs can
bo found at prices to suit all pocket-books.
Handsome CURTAIN SWISS In
whlto and colors.
CURTAIN MADRAS, plain and
CURTAIN SCRIM In plain and
' DRY GOODS COMPANY, LTD
l fishing lightsi
We have Just reclved a Hlilpmcnt
ot GA80LINE and KEROSENE
FISHING TORCHES, absolutely
sole and cannot by blown out.
Asldo from being used for fishing
purposes, they have proven to be
an excellent OUTSIDE LIGHT for
plantation use. PRICE $2.35 UP
Tlieo, H. Davies & Co., Ltd. 3
- I, llardwaro Department. -3g
The Pride of the Home
A Combination of Art and Utility. Used by many In preferenco to other
rankes of tho same price. It Is demonstrating Its merits. Built to 8ew Well
and to Last. Call and Inspect tho different styles.
H. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd.
Sole Agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
AUSTRALIAN CRICKETERS IN ENGLAND
RESULTS OF GAMES PLAYED.
First Inning;:. Second Innings.
Played With Aust. London Aust. Result.
London County - U7 235 2 J3 for 7 wkts. Draw
Aust. Notts. ! Notts. Aust. won by
Notts 474 287 j 183 Inn. and 4 runs
Aust. Surrey Surrey Aust. won by
Surrey - - - - 196 96 J 22 Inn. and 78 runs
for 5 wkts.
Aust. Essex Essex
Essex .... 249 J78 J3 for 2 wkts Draw Rain
for 8 wkts.
Aust. Leicest. Lcicest. Aust. Aust. won by
LeicesterMHre - - 77 51 J43 69 7 wkts
for 3 wkts.
Aust. Oxford. I Oxford Aust. won by
Oxford - - - 314 for 6 wkts. 77 183 Inn and 54 runs
Aust. ECC M.CC Aust. Draw in favor of
M.CC- - - 27J 240 I 280 2J7 Aust.
' for 8 wkts. for 3 wkts.
Aust. Enuland Aust.
England- ... 36 376 j 46 DrawRain
for 9 wkts. for 2 wkts.
Yorkshire - - - 3lforlwkt.
Lancashire - - - 356 for 7 wkts.
Worcestershire - - Aust. won by 7 wkts.
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HIS iJOHN L'S
London, Juno Jl. A crowd of sever- New York, Juno 8. A special to the
al hundred persons, Including a num-! World from Waterbury, Conn., says:
ber of American sightseers, had gnth-, John L. Sullivan's realism on the stagu
trod outsido of tho houso of tho United 8 responsible) for tho wreck of his
Stntes Embassador Joseph II. Choate, iinri mm'. rMn" enmnnnv in n.i.
on Carlton Houso terrace when Klnf citv. Hnlllvan. ns Simon Lezron t.se.1
lMward and Queen Alexandra arrived h,' u..t...i,. ,..i,i i iT . ..,, ,
there at 8:45 tonight to attend tho '! ""kl ' ?.? 1 JZ ? lH
dinner given by Mr. and Mrs. Choato. ' P1,ann" a th ,ncBr nct,rs undc,r
Their Majesties camo In what Is lllm rebelled. Sullvan says these col
known as a town carriage, with outrld- or(Ml men hnvc no BCn!0 ot tno truo art
ers In red livery. Tho front of tho''n acting,
embassy wbb decorated with tho cm- "Tho nearer you get to tho real thing
tomary coronation davlec, a crystnl , In acting the mora of an artist you arc,
transparency showing tho royal cipher, ho said, and ho lashed mock slaves on
It was surrounded by tho Stars and the stage till their backs wcro patch-
oiripes. mo crown uncovereu m work.
ineir Majesties passed in. umerwiBO
there was no demonstration. I
"Massa John, jou'so too pow'ful,'
Following Is a full list of tho guests
said Uncle Tom, In a rebellious stage
'""."'.J,: 3,r' '. Vh-.r1; whisper at the last performance, nftef
Queen. Princess Victoria, the Ihiko of S"'van had lashed his back with moro
Norfolk, tho Duko and Duchess of 'n "sal vigor. The gallery gods
Portland, Lord Itosehcry, the nishop ol yelled In delight, and John L. lashed
London, night Itev. Arthur V. W. In- somo more. Tho result wns a strike,
gram, tho Earl and Countess of Tern- n wrecked company, and a nilscol
broke. Earl and Countess Spencer, Sir . lancous collection of stago settings wns
William and I-ndy Harcourt, A. J. Dal-1 loaded for shipment to New York. Tno
four and Miss Dalfour, tho Earl ot freight was not paid, and tho railroad
Derby, Lady Allco Stanley, tho R- company dumped tho scenery and
a" ?.mb,n.8.8.a''"r' y.?J?.n,.ic. S'aal:..J; trunks on tho track and left them there.
i ic i jjuiil. .uuijjau, tv niiuiuw iif iu uii'i
Mrs. Hold, Harriet Lane Johnson,
AMERICAN IKS OF
ft 1 4& ST
and also sorry for tho man who hasn't
an ELECTRIC FAN this kind ot
weather. Why melt and mop your
face when for $15.00 Invested In 'an
electric fan you can have genuine cool
HAWAIIAN ELECTRIC CO., Ltd.
ffl King Street. Telephone 300
nlcco of tho lato President James Ilu-
The negroes carried off all they
could, Including souvenirs of some of
chanan. who was appointed United Jonn '. s greatest Dames anu n
States Minister to Great llrltaln ir. r belonging to Topsy, and pawned
1853: John Sargent, tho American them about town. Detectives were
painter; Mrs. Douglass Hohluson, Mrs. called to the pugilist's aid, and round
W. S. Cowles, Bister of 'resident I tool'
ovelt; Lord Kenyon, Sir Stanley Clark,
tho Countess of Gosford, Mr. Choatc,
Mrs. Choato and Miss Chnate. Henry
White, secretary of the United States
Embassy, and Miss White. J. It. Car
ter, second secretnry ot tho United
States Embassy, and William Wood
ward, private secretary of Mr. Choato
Before It Is Too Late!
BUY WHATSOEVER YOU WANT AT FIGURES WAY BELOW COST
OUR ENTIRE 6T0CK
MUST BE GLEANED OUT BY JUNE 30, 1902,
NEW GRASS LINEN JU8T RECEIVE D.
GOO KIM, 1116 Nuuanu Street
P, O. DOI S.
THB OLDEST CHi.'BE FIRM IN HONOLULU.
Doliri la Flat S Iki and Orni Llaiai, Chlnut anl Japiot.t Gooli ol All Illll.
iio-iu Nuiiaou itmt.
Gets HlCh Ottlce.
Washington, Juno 9. Tho President
today appointed Colonel William II.
Forwood to be Surgeon General ot tho
cd Uncle Tom, William Fairfax, Wil
liam Carmcl and George Harris.
PAIfi BILL IN SENATE
Washington, Juno 10. Senator Uur
ton today offered n bill permitting tho
Hawaiian Tramways Company, Limit
ed, to use electric traction.
Kruefter to Btny In Holland.
Ilrussels. Juno S. Mr. Kruecer de-
Army for four years, with the rank of , dares that ho will end his days In Hnl-
Itrlgamer General. land.
Washington, Jiino 7. Truman (!.
Palmer of Chicago continued his state
ment on tho subject of American hold
ings of sugar Innds In Cuba before the
Senate Cuban Commlttc".
Summarizing tho entire presentation
ho placed tho number ot Cuban cs
tales held by Americans. Individual
nnd corporate, nt 12, with a total
acreage ot ownership amounting to
S1,48Z.SU1, ot which 330,840 acres are
canu producing. Tho annual cane ca
pacity of this land ho placed at 830,445
tons, but ho said that tne lands wcro
not producing to their full capacity
Mid some of them not at all. Those
American ownerships havo war claims
ugalnst the United States amounting
In tho nggregnlu to S41.335.8U3.
"Somo of tho American factories for
which claims for damages havo been
presented," ho said, "undoubtedly
have not been rebuilt, but neither tho
Spaniards nor tho Insurgents could
have destroyed tho land which was In
cane. Tho cano undoubtedly was do
strayed, but the land must bo In better
condition to grow cano after years of
Idleness than It was several years ago,
when Cuba produced over a million
tons of kugar per season.
"Whatever additional scaling down
may iu douo on tho statements sub
mitted on tho basis of Inaccuracies or
misstatements on the part ot tho
claimants for damages, the fact must
bo patent that tho holdings by Amcrl
can cllrcns of land In Cuba which ts
or has been In cultivation nrn nf Rtiffl.
Idem area to produce as great a crop
'as tho entlro Island turned out this
lyear, and this is less than ono fourth
of tho total area owned by American
citlena nnd corporations."
In this connection rainier said thcro
wcro other largo acreages of Cuban
Innds owned by outsiders which ho
nnd not Included In his list, in this
excluded list ho referred to tho 150.0l)il
acres of land which Sir William Vnu
Home had informed tho tommitleo ho
had come into tho possession of.
Tho Conciliation Committee, repre
senting the beet sugar Senators, hold
Its second meeting with tho Hopubll
can members of tlio Senate Committee
on Cuban Relations today. The effort
to reach an understanding on tho Cu
ban reciprocity bill was continued, but
no agreement wub arrived at. The
positivo announcement wns made aft
er tho conferenco that tho differences
nro now no nearer adjustment than be
foro tho first conferenco wns held.
C. V. MACFARLANE,
The Transcendent Arc Light
500 C. P. Consumes nothing but or
dinary Kerosene Oil. Tho best light
known to Bdenco and tho cheapest.
Havo received the Highest Awards at
tho Pan-American Exposition. Suit
nble for store and halls, ana are in use
In good many of our prominent stores
throughout tho city, such ns Wall,
Nichols Co., Honolulu Drug Co., Hollls
tcr Drug Co., Mclncrny Shoo Store.
Elite lco Cream Parlors, Hawaiian Ho
tel and others too numerous to men
tion. Wo also havo tho samo Arc
Lamp to burn 12 hours, which Is suit
able for lamps to bo placed In yrda
as a protection against night prowlers.
Our lamps aro In uso tnroughout all
For further particulars Inquire of
WASHINGTON LIGHT CO.,
Porter Furniture Co.
First-class FURNITURE of all descrip
tions. Upholstaring Department un
equalled in the City, Now located in the
Fort Htreet, opp. Love Building.
PORTER FURNITURE CO., LTD.
ATT0RNZY GENERAL KNOX. WHO IS CONDUCTING THE
PROSECUTION OF THE BEEF TRUST.
Attorney (Jenenil I'hthindcr C. Kuoxyls Just now onu ot tho busiest
oincials In Washington. When he undertook the prosecution of u ciino ugalust
the beef trust, he began a task of no smull proportions. Mr. Knox Is well
equipped for the Job, as he Is an expert In corporation law. S-'omuwhat below
tho middle stature, he Is yet ImpressUo and posbesnes llal and ucnous
energy In u high degree. Ho Is culled nil Intellectual dynamo by the people
who know how his mind works when It Is busy with homo Intrlcato question
of law. Ills talents were tho BUbJcct of common talk among tho lawyers
of I'lttsburg lieforo ho went to tho capital, and, although n comparatively
young man, ho had earned tho reputntlon of ono of the cleverest and quickest
legal minds In Pennsylvania. Mr. Knox Is n giadunto of Union college of
Alliance, O. Ho went to I'lttsburg soon nfter he finished his law studies In
1872 and wns soon practicing In partnership with .lumen 11, Heed, Tho
rrm wns very successful and ultimately was appointed couiuel for tho Car
SHE SLAPPED BREVAL
Now York, Juno S. A eablo to tho
World from I'nrls fays: Luclcnno Dre
a, tho noted opera singer, was tho
heroine of a mlsadvcntuic exceedingly
painful for hcibdf. .Mile. Ureval's
friendship for George Leygues, Minis
ter of I'uhlic Iliktiuctlou Iu tho Wal-(leck-Uouasean
Cabinet, had long been
u matter of public gossip nnd a sourco
of distress to his wife. Mine. Leygues,
In calling on her husband nt tho Min
istry yesterday, chanced to meet tho
beautiful singer coming out of Leygues'
Mile. Ureval, assuming her most wln
somo smllo, rushed to greet her, but
the Jealous wife InMuntly applied two
resounding slaps to the singer's cheeks.
Mile. l)rcal ducked a third blow,
which only sent her pi city spring hut
Hying. Tho antechamber of the Minis
try was cro.vdcd with statesmen, uni
versity professors and officers. Mile
Ureval was led away, whllo Mine. Ley
gues entered her husband's oilleo, de
liberately closing tho double padded
doors behind her. Tho affair Is creat
ing a great commotion.
FELS NAPTHA SOAP
WASHES CLOTHES WITHOUT RUBBING
REMOVES ALL GREASE AND PAINT STAINS
SALTERS' GROCERY STORE
Webster Davis Will
Leave Kansas City
Kansas City, Mo.. Juno 11. Webster
' Davis, who resigned as assistant Sec
retary of tho Interior us n protest
against the nttltude of tho Administra
tion In regard to the Doers, Is to leave
Kansas City because of the many un
kind things that have been said of him
here. It Is announced that ho will go
to New York, whero ho has accepted a
In answer to the charges mado
aealnst him by Kansas City neonlo
' that bis recent accumulation of wealth
J Is to bo traced to tho fact that Presi
dent Kruger Intrusted him with u largo
sum for tho aid of tho Dour cause In
'America, his brother said tonight:
"Thoso stories about Webster'B having
gotten anything out of tho Doers aro
all false. I am In a position to know,
for I havo handled most of his Invest
ments. Ho made $41,000 In ono (Uy In
New York. His books brought him
tlSO.000, nnd 1)0,000 was Invested hero
In Kansas City."
Melbourne, June 8. Plentiful ruins
In portions of South Australia and New
South Wales hno relieved the drouth
nnd tho outlook Is now more hopeful,
Lnritna' WATCH Con in
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iSU-Y'l 'luiAlKnuiEi .... n.'i.iii. in atrip,
vTVtiwy Anew biiiI tyili4n, Sen J Slamr
-" &!. finrl Mn.l fRtr si A Siuii!ilr a
Una Book Co lloi 311, Aihtvillt, H Carolina II S
Prison DoornOpen I'or Necly.
Havana, Juno II. C. F. W. Ncely,
who, on March 21, was sentenced to
ten years' Imprisonment and to pay a
tine of JSB.Tul for complicity In the
Cuban postal frauds, was released to
l day under the bill Blgned by President
I'alnin, Juno 1), granting amnesty to
nil Americans convicted of crimes In
t'uii i during tho term of tho American
nc upatlou nnd thoso awaiting trial.
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dancing pavilion, nlco picnic grounds,
also stabling for horses.
Convenient for a country outing.
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