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EVENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, H. T., WEDNESDAY, JUNE K, 1902.
Unless you lslt our store frequent
ly you scarcely know of tho possibili
ties that exist there for handsome
There's not n steamer comes In but
what brings us tho latest novelties
nnil now Roods for every department.
This week wo are making a special
showing of the following:
COTTON COVERT CLOTH
For Outing and Vacation Skirts
Wo hnvo It In Dlue, Drown and
0 recti, also In checks and stripes.
Width, 28 Inches. ;
7 Yards for SLOP
NEW WHITE PIQUES
Something decidedly new and at
tractive In Figures and Plaids. Very
'25c and 30c per Yard
ALL WOOL GOODS
With Embroidered Stripes
Beautiful goods for Steamer Waists,
colors. Red, Green, Old Rose. Grey,
Brown, Lavender. Width 28 Inches.
$1.00 per Yard
Also a complete lino of French
GOOD QUALITY WHITE QUILTS
Full sizes and a largo stock. You
would pay for them at other places
$1.00. Our prlco 85 cents.
DRY GOODS COMPANY, LTD
DIRECT FROM ENGLAND
Ex Ship "YOLA"
A LARGE SIIIPMBNT OF
PORTLAND CEMENT CORRUGATED IRON ROOFING
ENGLISH CROCKERY BAG TWINE
ENGLISH SADDLES BARBOUR'S SHOE THREAD
BITS AND SPURS BUCKETS AND TUBS
BLACK AND GALV. FISH CROWN SOAP AND
HOOKS KNIVES AND FORKS
Jheo. H. Davies & Co., Ltd.
The Pride of the
A Combination of Art and Utility. Used by many In preference to other
makes of tho samo prlco. It Is demonstrating Its merits. Built to Sew Well
and to Last Call and Inspect tho different styles.
Sole Agent for the
EVERYTHING MUST GO
IN THIRTY DAYS
All goods selling below cost. This is tho last chance to buy as cheap.
GRASS LINEN, BLACK and WHITE INDIA LAWN, VICTORIA LAWN,
LACES and CHINESE 8ILK.
(QO KIM, 1116 Nuuanu Street
P. o. Box wj. Tit. it
-XrJLJST3r WO C3EIA3M
THE OLDEST Oil. V5I- FRV u HONOLULU.
ottliii lo Flo 3 Iki ml Gnu 1 ln:ui tin j, u3 Jipirm Cloodi ot All Kloli
& Co., Ltd.
uT. LOUIS HE
The closing entertainment of St.
Louis College will take placo In tho
college hall tomorrow (Thursday)
opening. The performance will begin
at 8 o'clock. Tho usual admission will
be charged. Following will bo the pro
gram: I'AItT I.
Selection Martha Flotow
S. L. C. Orchestra.
'Callsthenlc Marches.. 8. L. C. Juniors
THE MACHC FKOa.
Count Hugo John Honan
Oeorgle, tho Count eldest boy,
transformed into a frog
Willie, Georglo's brother
Lazybones, tho Count's former tai
lor V. M. Osorlo
Number Nip, n mountain goblin...
W. J. Hall
Two Uwnifs, Nip's servants
Columbus Sims, 8. Salter
Venator, the spirit of the forest. .
II. P. O'Sulllvan
Chores of spirits, village children
Violin Eolo The Uluo Hells of Scot
land Farmer i
Chorus Vocal March Decker
S. L. C. Choir.
a ma scahi: and noiiody hurt.
Frank i:arts, a goernment scout
II. r. O'Sulllvan
Jesse Hoi ton. Mat Corey, Franks
friends.. II. A. O. Giles, Otto Heine
Geo. Dixon, "aentlcmun George"
Ilroncho 1)111 Dixon's "pal"
V. M. Osorlo
Fergus OGoollgan, who runs the
"coort" J. S. Grace
I'eter Naggle. landlord of Miners'
Hotel Don. Slmth
Mr. Ilaxtcr, landlord's assistant
Jno. A. Honan
Chummy Lltcwato, "A New York
Blossom" Geo. Oilman
Ono Lung, a Chinese servant..!). Kokl
Senator Juniper Toots, a political
"coon" H. Chilton
Ikey Ensteln. a Jew peddler
Jno. Vlelra Court.
Tnxlcura Snlflles, nn nllcged re- I T. Mcl'herson Gordon, orator, poll
former Geo. Wond.tlclnnond lavvjer.
Old Magnus, a degenrato Indian.. Rembrandt Ollvor Inchlcy, a' news
E. Koapua paper artist.
March Fireman's Parade ....Voelker A. Jay Lngoon. a philanthropist.
S. L. C. Orchestra. Rebecca Ping-Pong, n reckless ward.
Tho program for tho commencement Waldo G. Drown, an editor.
exercises for Friday morning Is as fol-
Overture Dlademe Hermann
S. L. C. Orchestra.
Salutatory H. P. O'Sulllvan
(a) Softly Falls tho Twilight.. Root
(b) My Uonnlo Canoe Case
S. L. C. Orchestra.
Callsthenlc Marches.. S. L. C. Juniors
Dialogue Sixteen Thousand YearB
Piano Solo II Deslderio Cramer
W. C. Aclil.
Monologue Advlco to a F'ro Co.
Dialogue Be Com Icons
Pano Duct Banner March.. Paul Jones
J. Ilels, Jno. Honan.
Dialogue Tho Experiences of n
ACTIVITIES IN THE BUSINESS WORLD GLEANED FROM
Sugar uenin, Juno 3. rne au-
Dutv Bar commltt00 of Reichstag
' today fixed duty on sugar
Fixed Rni,i f0r ronsiimntlon nt 12
marks per double hundredweight from
September, 1903, and at 10 marks from
September, 1905. Tho committee also
fixed a surtax of four marks 80 pfen
nigs on refined sugar, and four marks
40 pfennigs on other sugar. I
Big Cargo Philadelphia, Juno 9.
. making her wny toward tho
Delaware Breakwater at
Alaskan. tho rato of 10 knots Is the
new American steumbhlp Alaskan, lit
command of Captain ltandcld, with ono
of tho largest nnd most valuable car
goea that has over left the Hawaiian
Islands. She carries 11,000 tons ot
sugar, which, according to the latest
quotations Is woith 314 cents per pound,
or $70 per ton, making the value of tho
cargo, In round figures, $770,008.
Should the prlco of sugar bo higher
on tho duy tho Alaskan reaches her
destination the amount realized from
tho cargo will be larger. An Increase
of 1-10 cent would mean $13,000 to Its
Of the Alaskan'B cargo 5000 tons were
loaded at Honolulu, 3500 tons at Ka
hulul and 2500 tons at IIIIo. She left
tho latter port on May 15.
Now York, June 1. N.
Ml nli I trwkvnllticr cilonmnn
Beating Qr Pa Davls & Co., Is
Britishers, back utter a f()Ur months'
trip to tho llrltlsh West Indies.
Mr. Nlcolal Bays that American drug
manufacturers competing with tho
llrltlsh are making largo inroads In
tho West Indian trade, even securing
Oovernment orders. This Is due, ho
sas, to tho superiority of tho product.
Inasmuch as the llrltlsh goods aro
cheaper Ho wns at Ilarbadoes at tho
outbreak of smallpox and says that tho
American tacclno was used almost en
tirely to check the disease, as tho Drlt-
w THEA3MIRAL I1 WAN
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JSf'f'XCJ? t WASHINGTON ,
Feb. 18, 1G01
A. R. Bremer Co. ,
Gentlemen: I have
U3ed coke Dandruff
Cure for the pa3t
year and found it an
FOR SALE BY HODltON DIIUO CO.
Fort and King Sts.
Violin Solo Lorclcy Harris
Dialogue Fourth of July Oration
Chorus Springtime Woolf
S. L. C. Choir.
Valedictory W.J. Hall
Distribution of picmlums.
March My Ileglment Anschuctz
S. L. C. Orchestra.
Great preparations aro being made
for the Healanl benefit to tako placo In
tho Opera Houso on the night of July
Fourth, after tho races nt I'earl Har
bor. The program Is nn excellent one.
Among thoso taking mom prominent
part In tho sketches will be J. I-octte
Rockwell. Guy Livingston, W. D.
Adams, Allan Dunn and II. Webster.
Ono of tho features of tho program
which Is being looked forward to with
a great deal of Interest Is the skit on
Honolulu's legal lights. Following Is
tho cast of characters:
Judge Tackle, a heavyweight Jurist.
Pay Hal Rivers. Dean of the Pollcol
R. Uelvedcro Kelkl, reporter and nth-
J Funny Siinlia, Plng-I'ong Champion
of tho Hawaiian Islands.
llaillff Wlklvvlkl. of tho First Circular
llaillff Neigh, descended from his
Policeman Ilnna-hana, ono of tho fln-
Other numbers Include, nn act with
musical glasses, a Imrlobquo of "Romeo
nnd Juliet." nn Imitation Wceday-Ag-iicw
fight by Hcnear and McDufllo, n
local travesty on volcanic trupllohs
nnd tho weather generally, winding up
with "Tho Rajah's Panacea," n bur
lesnuo full of funny situations.
Tickets are on sale and exchange nt
Wall. Nichols, on nnd after Monday
next, the members also having them for
ish article did not "tnko" nnd thou
sands of their tubes vveio shipped back
to Fnglaud, tho trade refusing to buy.
Fluid extracts aro now displacing tho
use of tinctures there, Mr. Ntcolal say,
becuuso tho peoplo havo learned that
'tho extracts, physiologically tested and
standardized, aro more uniform and
prompt In action,
Chlcago, Juno 1 Fol
lowing tho recent tour of K.
II. Harilman over the llnoa
Colonizing. cf roail controlled by tho
Harriman intorests In the Wcot and
southwest, tho announcement Is nindo
tlmt n scheme of colonization on a scalo
moro extensive than has ever beforo
been attempted by an American rail
road 8) stem Is to bo inaugurated. This
colonization plan Is regarded as only
ono of tho many big things that may
lccuilt fioni tho Harriman tour.
Tho first move In the plan It tho an
nouncement of the nppolntmcnt of O.
M. McKlnney, who has heretofore been
tho colonization agent of the Northern
I'uclflc, to tho position of colonization
agent for all tho Harriman lines.
While the colonization agent and his
department will look after tho business
of sottllng peoplo along nil tho lines of
tho Knrrimnn roads from Texus to tho
extreme Pacific Northwest, It Is tho
Intention to pay special attention to tho
settlement nnd development of tho
country along those lines In tho States
of Oregou and Washington.
Smuggling Philadelphia. Juno 9
..h Tho customs ollltlals hnvo
dlscovored that smuggling
Newspaper s being carried on bj con
cealing laces In newspapers whlth como
tluough tho postoillco from IJurope. As
a result oiders havo bnen Issued by
tho Treasury odlclals to mnko a much
morn rigid examination of siuh mull
matter. The now older means that
eveiy newspaper coming through tho
foielgn mull department must be ex-
The Damon oratorical contest which
took place In I'auahl Hall of Oahu
ICollcgo last night was marked by such
'an evenness In merit of tho different
I oratorical efforts that there was much
I uncertainty anion? tho hearers as to
the ono who deserved the laurels.
The hall, which had been prettily
decorated, was filled with peoplo who
heartll enjoyed tho various selections
I on the program. Among tho speak
ers, Mary Elizabeth Paty. who won'
first honors for her rendering of "Tho i
Famine." from Hiawatha, and William,
Haehac Heen who took second honors i
for his recitation ot "The Wandering
Jew" both deserted praise. Their i
laurels were however, closely contest-1
wl by such speakers ns Miss Madgo
MiCandless. 4 ho recited "Hobby
Shalto". and Miss Margaret Lowers
Peterson who gave "Captain Percy's
Advocate" from "To Hae mid To
Hold." ami It was thought by many
'that thoy would Kiln the honors.
I The Judges, Prof. M. M. Siott. Mrs.
13. W. Jordan and Ite. O. L. Pearson.
In giving tho awards, complimented nil
tho speakers very highly.
The program in full was as follows:
Piano Solo, "Mlnuetto" .... Schubert
Amy P. Hill.
Frances Madge McCandless.
The Famine" From "Hiawatha"
Mary Elizabeth Paty.
"Captain Percy's Advocate" ...t...
. . ...From "To Have and To Hold"
Margaret Lowers Peterson.
"The Curse of Rcgnlus"
Blanche Ethel Amweg.
"Tho Show Lion"
Frank Clarcncu Allen.
Piano Solo, "Ride of the Hussars". .
"Tho Wandering Jew"
William Hachnu Heen.
The Death of Sydney Carton"
From "A Tale of Two Cities'
"The Trial of Warren Hastings"...
Robert Menecs Davis.
"Tho American Union n Geograph
Selection From Joanna Rnllllo
Harriet Kamakanoenoo Hapat.
Vocal Duct. "O! "Wert Thou In tho
Cauld Blast" Mendelssohn
Misses FIcrnce Hill mid S. Lyman.
Decision of the Judges.
Paln-Klller. the old nnd well known
remedy, has acquired a world-wldo re
nown for tho cure of suddon colds,
cough, etc.. wak stomach. Indiges
tion, cramp or pain In tho stomach,
bowel complaint, diarrhoea and dsen
tcry. It has lost none of Its good namo
b) repeated trials, bu' continues to
occupy n prominent position in every
rnmlly medi'lno chest. Avoid substi
tutes thero Is but ono Pain Killer, Per
ry Davis'. Price 2.".e and 50c.
Tho largest production of hemp fot
ono j ear under normal conditions In
tho Philippines was lli.ooo tons.
There Is a possibility of the Islands be
ing made to produce sufficient for the
consumption of tho wholo world.
Hemp needs no - cultivation. Care
must only bo taken that It Is cut In
tho proper season. The natives can
not be evcolled the world over In tin
preparation of hemp for the market.
nmlned, and, ns hundreds of 'sacks of
them arrive every week, tho work will
bo enormous. Tho special Treasury
agents In Kuropo unearthed tho fraud
by discovering tho laces In brokcu
bundles In tho foreign postolllccs, with
tho addresses lost.
Tho Government has also discovered
oxtenslvo frauds In cigars nnd opium,
which have been brought Into tho Unit-;
ed States from Cuba ns soldiers' pres
ents to friends and Indorsed by an oPJ
er of tho army ns of no value. Tho
Rot eminent has lost not only tho cus
toms duties but tho Internal revenuo
tax and postngo on tho merchandise ns
well. Thoutands of cigars havo been
landed In Philadelphia alone without
paying a dollar duty,
Washington, Juno 8.
Tho United States Is ma
king rapid gains In tho
I suaro wnicn sno uirnisnes
of tho Importations of Japan. Tho
"Annual Returns of tho Foreign" Trado
of tho Finplrw of Japan" for the year
, 1901 has Just been iccelvcd by tha
I Treasury Ilurcau of Statistics. It
shows that tho United States, which
In 1881 furnished less than C per cent
of tho Imports of Japan, supplied 17
per cent of theso Imports In 1901; and
that tho United Kingdom, our chief ri
vol In that trado, which supplied over
52 per cent of those Imports In 1881,
furnished but 20 per cent of Japan's
Importations in 1901. Tho total vnluu
of Japan's Imports from tITe United
States In 1S81 wax i,7M,10S cn, and
111 1901, I2.7C9.I29 yen. Tho totnl tab
uo of Japans lmpoits (mm tho United
Kingdom In US1 was 10,304,740 yen
and In 1901 was 50.575,788.
Government Chicago, Jiino 8. -Sena-Owned
t01' ',0I10W ',l nn llltorvlow
heio. agreed with J. J. Hill
Railroads. that the dot eminent own
ership of railroads Is impracticable
Simply turn on tho button to have
tho cooling zephyrs ripple your hair
and malic you forget about the day
$15.00 BUYS ONE,
That Isn't much to spend for lasting
Hawaiian Electric Co,, Ltd.
TIU.HPHO.NH MAIN HOO.
ta itf"H ?'?
C. W. MACPARLANE,
"rtnen you are ready,
Vhsn the Admiral's hair waa in
danger, he was prompt lo uae
He writep as followo concerning
It "I hac used COKE DANDRUFF
CUPS for the paat year and found
It an excellent preparation "
It ia E-iarantecS '' cj'.e
Dar.drjff. I'-.hing Scalp,
Falling Ihir, arJ to praaoto a
vigoroua, healthy growth.
Iuitation3 are plentiful but
the genuine--80ld evciywhere.
Coke Shampoo and Toilet Soap
A delightful toilet eoap. GiveB the hair and akin the gloaa
and glow of youth and perfect health.
A.R.Bremer Co. Chicago.
HODRON DRUG COMPANY. FORT AND KING STREETS.
"Hut whlloiiot believing In Gotcrn
ment ownership," ho said, "I do most
firmly bellevo In such Government con-,
trol ot railroads and all other corpor-,
at ions that discrimination and oxtor
tlon will bo prevented. Combinations
of capital aro natural Industrial de
velopments, nnd on tho whole have
done much good In lowering prices. I
"It Is when a comblno obtains an
absolute control of a public necessity
that tho Internment should step In;
for thin human naturo is human na
ture, and no corporation can bo depend
ed upon of Itself not to tako a selfish
advantage of tho opportunities,
"Tho Investing nnd consuming pub
lic not only has n rlglitto Insist that
thero bo no discrimination or oxtor-1
tion, but it has a right to demand tho
fullest publicity. For the railroads,'
howoter, thero Is tho Interstate Com-
merco Commission, but tho Interstate
Commerce law needs nmendlng badly. I
It was enacted beforo tho railroad sltu-j
otlon was fully understood. Tho rall-
roads should bo permitted to form
'pools' to uso what la to somo nil,
odious term and make mutual busi-l
iivu uiiu ritiu tiiiuiiKt-uii'iuo. il mere
Is proper publicity and proper Govern
ment icgulntlon tho public will bo bene
fited by railroad pooling,
"Mr. Hill's suggestion for a commis
sion to certify that a corporation has
paid up nil the capital stocks it claims
Is along this samo lino of publicity."
Advance 'r'" PW Yor' Commor-
. clnl leferrlng lo tho nil-
B value of 5 points In tho
Prices. pilco of refined sugar on
Juno 9 snjs.
The advance was not wholly expect
el. although tenners said that It was
Justllleil by an Increase In tho demand
fiom wholesalers It was explained
that customeis aro now coming Into
i tl maikct and bu)lng rather freely.
I Tho season usually opens much
' tni Her, hut for somo reason or other,
Only wny to get nny
comfort thin kind of
wcntlier and a good
The Transcendent Arc Light
500 C. P. Consumes nothing but or
dinary Kerosene Oil. Tho best light
known to sclenco and the cheapest.
Have rocelrcd tho Highest Awards at
the Pan-American Exposition. Suit
able for store and halls, ana aro in use
In good many of our prominent store)
throughout tho city, such as Wall,
Nichols Co., Honolulu Drug Co., Mollis
,ter Drug Co., Mclnerny Shoo Store,
Eiito Ico Cream Parlors, Hawaiian Ho
tel and others too numerous to men
tion. Wo also havo the samo Arc
Lamp to bum 12 hours, which Is suit
able for lamps to bo placed In yrrds
as a protection against night prowlers.
Our lamps aro In use tnroughout all
For further particulars Inquire ot
WASHINGTON LIGHT 00.,
Grldley, you may fire1
Be oure you gal
due, Bomo say, to the anticipated dump
ing of Cuban sugar In this market, buy
ing has been delayed, Dealers declare
that tho supplies of sugar throughout
the country aro very low, and that somo
brokers hato been advising their cus
tomers to buy sugar In anticipation
of higher prices.
In connection with the advanco ia
sugar Arbucklo Drothers today mado
tho announcement that hereafter they
will allow tho special discount of 5
points at tho rendering of bill Instead
of nt tho expiration of sixty days as
Tho net prlco for refined sugar Is now
4.45c net, whllo raw sugar is quoted
A prominent refiner expressed tho
opinion that eten If liberal concessions
wcro granted to Cuba, they would have
little err oct on tho sugar market In this
country. "Tho Cuban matter has been
delated so long," said he, "that Inter
est has dwindled down considerably.
The Cuban sugar that would have been
shipped here In tho event of favorably
action on tho part of Congress has been
carried so long that holders would reap
llttlo profit by selling It in this market.
Tho expense of cnrrylng it Is very
Tho world's supplies of sugar are
now estimated to be something Uko
1,000,000 tons In excess of tha estimate
of a year ago. Wlllct & Gray give tho
Increase from last yearns 957,516 tons.
They estimate tho visible supplies as
3.019.15G tons, as compared with 2,
001,0)0 tons on tho corresponding date
last 5 oar. On Juno 3 tho supplies at
the six ports In Cuba were 443,500 tons,
ns compared with only 173,000 tons on
tho corresponding date of last ear.
As this Is tho fruit season of tha
ear a steady demand for sugar Is ex
pected to contlnuo for somo time to
Tim Evening Ilulletln, 75 cents m
month, . l