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RVBNINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, H. T., THURSDAY. JUNK U, 1MJ.
Unless you visit our storo frequent
ly you scarcely know of tho possibili
ties Hint exist tbcro for handsouio
Tlicro's not a steamer comes in but
what brings us tbo latest no cities
nml new goods for every department.
Tills week wo nro making a special
showing o( tho following:
COTTON COVERT CLOTH
For Outing and Vacation Skirts
Wo liae It In Blue, Brown and
Green, also In checks and stripes.
Width, 28 Inches.
7 Yards for $1,00
NEW WHITE PIQUES
Something decidedly new and at
tracts e In Figures and Plaids. Very
25c and 30c per Yard
ALL WOOL GOODS
With Embroidered Stripes
Beautiful goods for Steamer Waists,
colors, lied. Green, Old Hose, Orcy,
Brown, Lavender. Width 28 Inches.
$1.00 per Yard
Also a complete lino of French
GOOD QUALITY WHITE QUILTS
Full sizes and a large stock. You
would pay for them at other places
$1.00. Our prlco 85 cents.
DIRECT FROM ENGLAND
Ex Ship "YOLA"
A LARGE SIIIPMBNT OP
BITS AND SPURS
BLACK AND GALV.
CORRUGATED IRON ROOFING
BARBOUR'S SHOE' THREAD
BUCKETS AND TUBS
CROWN SOAP AND
KNIVES AND FORKS
Theo. H. Davies & Co., Ltd.
The Pride of the Home
U qmahotnAlio iinnrii4iTCkC? ' Sl
Hold Annual Reunion
There were over 200 people present at those who lack character and capacity
tho reunion of tho Kamehamcha Alum Gentlemen, hae no fear with such a
nl Association In tho big dining room shield and buckler. Tho Chlneto In
of the school last evening Uesldcs the the States aro subjected to degrada-
members of the association there were tlons, which often mako us blush foi
present Principal and Mrs Dyke, Prof shnme, but their Minister Wu Is Invlt
and Mrs. U. Thompson, Prof. Theo ed ever) where, becauso American!
Richards, Miss Ida Pope principal ol recognize his brain power. The lrli,b
tho Girls' school and members of thu in Knglnnd are ostracised soclall) anJ
faculties of tho two schools T Mi- otherwise, but tho last Lord Chamel
Cants Stewart, the principal speaker lor was an Irishman, Sir Charles Itus-
of tho evening, was also nmong those sell His mighty Intellect forced Kn
present. I gland to make him her chief law giver
Pmer was oltcred by Itcv. Divld Al The Ilebrows have tho Iron hand
and then camo tho song of tho class o( against them especially In Germany
'91 by Charles C King. The various and Russia. They nro denied all social The newest brew of thu old brewery
tlaes responded In their turn Prof rights and most civil rights, but their ,rtc,af,iclght. Bottled at the Drc wiry.
Tliompson mauo n ions auurcfts on ma jiuuihciihuh uru n-tenuu uuu iv.wftm-
qucston of tho government ownership ed everjwheie. Their brain power
of railroads, giving arguments fnvorliu along lines of finance has thrown down
the scheme all banlcrs The Hebrews to this ill)
T McCants Stewnrt delivered n very aro sneered at In Kngland The) weie
able addles which was. In part as fol a despised people In tho Inst genera-lows-
Hon and )et. there nrose In the vcrv
Gentlemen of tho Kamehnnieh.i henit of Kngland, In the very midst of
Alumut Association- , the pioud Englishmen, a Jew, whosp
You are now engaged In tho world i colossal mind forced recognition and
broad field of bittle, and because )oi ho became Prlmo Minister of the Km-
' I ..... n ,1.1a lnn,ltllll. nt III., n.l.t illft.f n Anf-
uru Klliuuuiva U lino luciiiiiiiuu w, ,,iu uiiu mtu . i'vw.
learning. )ou are leaders In the light
Men, and women too, look to ou for
V v .
rnr.DriiLLr.1) brewing co,
Hoffschlaeger Co., Ltd.
King Street, near Bethel.
DON'T YOU ?
Only wny to get nny
comfort HiIh kind ol
wenther and a good
Simply turn on tho button to have
tho cooling zephyrs ripple your hair
and make )ou forget about the day
$15.00 BUYS ONE.
That Isn't much to spend for lasting
Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.
i uuuriiuiin ,u -iiH iliua
DRY GOODS COMPANY, LTD
direction nnd guidance. Upon )ou reals
In n special sense, responsibility foi tho
result of tho struggle In tho present
generation, and the Influence of )our
lives will extend to generations )ct uu-
"Though they forget the singer.
They will not forget the Bong. '
A Glorious Land.
You are born In a glorious land,
Hero the speaker roferred to Ul)sses
S. Grant as one of the heroes of thu
American peoplo who, although he
managed Interests In which hundred?
of millions of dollars wore Involved,
yet remained poor himself. Next came
the story of another American hero
FreJerlck Douglass w hose bo) hood
and early )outh was spent In unspeak
able cruelties. Slavery was supremo
cverywhero when Douglass had reach
whoso mountain peaks and sun-klssel cd tho age of 23. The press wa3
Is a poor man but the Vandcrbllt mil
lions have needed his fostering care
for a generation, and they need even
now So w hercv er ) ou turn, brains ar a
behind money bags and often tho own
ers hnvc less brains than the men who
plan and manago for them. As for me,
I care not for a man's money, nor for
his taco or color nor for his princely
birth. I know but one aristocracy, and
that Is the nristocr.ic) of character and
brains. Do men stop to inquire after
tho race or color of Dumas, tho great
novelist No, half negro though ho
v alio 3, whoso cloudless skies and shackeled. Tho pulpit was muzzled i waSi j,g )00,g aro n the libraries of
nzuro snores arc me wonuer or iiiuiij ino legiaiuuire was uiungiiBvu. m
kind. Whllo circumstances havo courts wero biased. Continuing. Mr
abolished the institution of our an- Stewart said,
ccstors, and havo set up new ones in - . . th .
their place. " Against this condition of things, our I hundreds of thousands of dollars to his
prived of all relationship to tho nevv credUi fcl lllm bo lntere8lea In banlia
Institutions, on tno contrary you are , .. . ..u
Y "... .....n... ...i... v,J L. .h. nnd fervor of his nature. When he
Liuocijf luciuiiiiu .... i...,, iuu m . t . (. nlnffnrm Tin rnnfltipil
men throughout the civilized world
Hut, gentlemen, wo must get money.
for. Ilko knowledge, money Is power.
Let u man own land, let hint havo
Auttt amiiM Anntcnl rwnf vhnm it. Ill
"'" "' '""' "'"" .v. .w.. ..... .. .,, , - ,ml nnrrntln,. nf
depend largely upon tho elements of.. ,' .. ,
on land nnd ships at sea. nnd people
forget his rate, the) become color
character )Ou develop.
Battle of Life.
The battle of life U no longer fought
out along lines of physical prunes,
his experiences in slavery; but soon
his genius burst tho bands of such
limitation, and his fiery denunciation
and his withering scorn rose, alilldst the
conflict like trumpet calls In the midst
C. W. MACFARLANE,
The Transcendent Arc Light
500 C. P. Consumes nothing but or
dinary Kerosene Oil. Tho best light
known to sclcnco and tho cheapest.
Have received tho Highest Awards at
tho Pan-American Kxposltlon. Suit
able for storo and halls, and aro In use
In good many of our prominent stores
throughout the city, such as Wall,
Nichols Co , Honolulu Drug Co , Hollls
tcr Drug Co , Mclncrny Shoe Store,
Elite Ice Cream Parlors, Hawaiian Ho
tel and others too numerous to men
tion. Wo also havo tho same Arc
Camp to burn 12 hours, which Is suit
able for lamps to be placed in yards
as a protection against night prowlers.
Our lamps aro In use tnroughout all
For further particulars Inquire ot
WASHINGTON LIGHT CO.,
Great as was the Roman Kmplro, It 0f the fiercest battles. More command'
was unable to lift men abovo tho law ( E n person than Garrison or Phil
of force, nnd while It absorbed much cf pSf moro fortunnte In tho endowment
tho excellence of tho civilizations It 0( tnc graces of speech, he soon took
supplnnted, yet tne iiomnn ea-ie was front rank as a leader In platform elo
the symbol of force and tho cry, "I nmlqu(,ncc, ,v.nd n tta, natural, because
a Roman citizen," made other natlnsa the cause, which ho was pleading waa
tremble, because they know that to'a cause which was a part of his na-
, Itomo might made right Whllo somo ture
, of this same spirit has come down to such Is the story of Prci'crlc Doug.
Inml rnntil no u.lth IIH VPf nil'n VP1V-Ila ..l.n llln l-l.l.(Aa ..na tna,-!
.U ., it.... ..w. .. ...... --a mop , ,,u. lino IIIID1IUCO, n MO ja.,i
wnero recognize mo jaci inu. unuiu ; ;o Lincoln, was generous; like Webs
they can call Into play tho force ot i ter. was eloquent nnd when ho died
might, they must appear, at least, tn J his adopted city. Rochester, Now York,
havo on their sldo tho law of right. a w hlto man's clt), erected a statute tu
Unless this were true, tho United States ng memory on lUt moat popular street,
would havo had the world agnlntt It In Dear Its principal railway station,
Cuba, nnd Great Ilritnln would have w hero men ma) see him, ns they come
been similar!) confronted In South Af
To Front In Battle
The men who keep to tho front In
and ns they go.
Power of Money,
In the battle of life, I hnve empha
the battle of life, and who aro In It " character and brains Hut there
at the finish, nro tho men of Iron man- ' another element o bo reckoned with,
hood. They aro tho men. who. In the H ' Important, but not primary. And.
first place, are ot upright charac'ter. I V e are those who would plan
. , , it first, nnd say wo can not "buck"
v, - .- . money.
Dacon, the greatest of modern phll- Ulll ,t s a m8tai,e t0 give money
ophers. gave expression to a mighty I otncr ,han a gonaary piace. nehlnd
truth, when ho wrote "knowledge Is tho mlonnlro's bag of gold is the
power," and ho wroto this truth at a brallm of BOrao iawyeri whose advice!
time when men had not completely
emancipated themselves from tho stan
dard of physical prowess, which thej
had Inheilted from the Romans.
Those That Lag.
Tho men that lag behind In the raoi
of life, or who fall In life's battle, nr
Is sought while business plans are
forming, who steers the capitalist from
the rocks, while they aro In process
of execution, and whoso acumen la
absolutely essential In the end to pre
serve and to transmit the wealth after
It Is accumulated. Chauuccy M. Depew
Do Some Pushing.
I fear the tendency among you, gen
tlemen. Is to feel that )ou are being
' crowded out.' Don't allow yourselves
to be crowded out. I know that ai
population flows In here, jou nro push
ed and Jostled. Dut do some pushing
jourself Play the game of life as you
play football. Get back somo of tbo
land )our fathers lost; get Into busi
ness on our own account, sharo somo
of tho leadership In tho cor icrclal
world Push as hard us the next man
for )our sharo of tho good things of
life. You need not expect men to open
tho wn) for 5 on Open It )ourselves.
Carl)le although In a d)spcptlc mood,
was about right, when ho compared tho
earth to a pig trough, Its possessions to
pig-wash, and pioplo to pigs, pushing,
rooting Jostling ono another to get at
I do not condemn tho whltn raco for
their push Thej siittied becauso they
push. The) piss under cUIch with
their wonderful tunnels, and span riv
ers with their marvelous bridges. They
cut their wny thiough the everlasting
mountains, and mako hills to fall and
vallc)s to rise The) see the lightning
flash along the vaulted sky and they
catch It and make It speak their words,
they harness It and mako It do their
bidding The) se the steim In a tea
kettle and the) shut It up In an Iron
horse hitch rolling chariots of ele
gante and splendor to It, and mnko It
go and come at their bidding. All this
the) do, and more, becauso they push
They seem to havo the spirit of tho
farmer, who tinned his pigs Into n froz
en field of turnips with tho remark
"Root, hog oi die" Tho whlto race
carries Into the battle of lite Napoleon's
motto: "Impossible Is tho language ot
fools." While condemning nnd avoid
Ing tho cxcluslvcness, the arrogance,
tho domineering ptrlttJ4.tyie -whlfa
race, let us eaten Its spirit or pron, ami
try to emulate it in our effort to get
land, and money and business.
Behind Is the Past.
And, now, gentlemen, I havo done,
Ilehlnd you lies a past, to which )ou
may point with pride, ns tho Kamelin.
mehaB rlso up before you. You live In
nn ago of sharp competition, nnd gen
erations )et unborn demand that you
net now so as to leave "footprints on
tho sands of time," so ns to transmit
to them n government hero resting
upon tho consent of the governed, a
progressive community In which there)
shall forever flourish tho eternal prln
clples, enunciated In those Immortal
words "Ua. Man Ko Ka o Ka Alna i
Ka Pono" The life of the land Is per
pemted in righteousness.
Following was tho completo pro
Music Kamehamcha Glee Club
Talk from Class of '91 and Song. . .
Talk from Class of '93 and Song...
Rev. David L. Al
Address V. Thompson
Music Ernest KaaJ
Talk from Class of '94 and Song .
Talk from Class of '93 and Song..
Music K. A. A.
Talk from Class of '90 and Song. .
Talk from Class of '97 H. Auld
Address T. McCants Stewart
Music K. A. A.
Talk from Class ot '98 and Song. .
Talk from Class of '99 and Song .
Tnlk from Class of '00 and Song..
,.,..tt.. F. Kuplhea
Music K. A. A,
Address (In Hawaiian)
Senator D. Kanuha
Talk from Class of '01 nnd Song..
Class Song and Yell Class of '02
Music Krpest Kant
Talk on K. A. A W. Spencer
Kamehamcha School Song Ily All
Thrco Jolly Ciiecrs for tho School.
m . i ii
Tho following program has been ar
ranged for tho giand coronation con
cert to bo given at the Moana hotel this
evening, beginning at 7.30 o'clock:
God Save the King
New Coronation March .... St Georgo
Overture Jubilant Weber
Old Coronation March ,...Mc)erbecr
Three Popular Tunes
"When tho Uo)s Como Home Once
"Tho Star o' Robble Rums' .Humo
"Tho Wearing of tIie"Green" Retford
God Savo tho King
God Hlcss the Prince of Wales....
Tho Star Spangled Manner.
Tho wireless telegraph service Is now
open for business to Lahatna and all
points on Maul. Telegrams will be re
ceived at the Oceanic Gas & Electric
company's office, Magoon building Mer
ACTIVITIES IN THE BUSINESS WORLD GLEANED FROM DISPATCHES
Practicable nnffnlo. Juno lO.-Not
uauieu oy leinuiuu ,ii:i.
dents of falluro Paul
A Combination of Art and Utility. Used by many In preference to other
makes of tbo samo price. It is demonstrating Its merits. Built to Sew Well
and to Last. Call and inspect tbo different styles.
H. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd.
Sole Aftcnta tor the Hawaiian lulnndw.
EVERYTHING MUST GO
IN THIRTY DAYS
All goods selling below cost. This Is tho last chance to buy as cheap.
CRASS LINEN, BLACK and WHITE INDIA LAWN, VICTORIA LAWN,
LACES and CHINE8E 8ILK.
GOO KIM, 1116 Nuuanu Street
P. O. BOX MS.
WriaKTCSr XTSTO GTZEJbJJXT
THE OLDEST CHu H5E FIRM IN HONOLULU.
O.iliil la Flu S Iks ml Gran Llnrai. CblotM tat Jipin.M Gooli ol All Kltll.
ito-t it Nouaau ttrMt.
Typewriter, ciennnth of No. 410 Sev
enth street, has persevered for six
years and has finally perfected what
ho claims to bo a practicable plana
typewriter, a machine which can b
connected with a piano and mado tj
transcribe In common musical charac
ters any composition rendered upon
thu forto. I
Tho machine Is intricate, Laving 3,
000 moro parts tnhn a typewriter, but
the Inventor claims It will not easily
get out of order. If fiio machine will
do what tho Inventor claims for It, th
lost chord will bo lost no more, as any
Improvlsntlon will bo faithfully trans
cribed and can thereafter bo repeated
by anyone of tho requisite ability as a
pianist. In practlco this will mako
possible Mm cheap reproductions and
pale, of tho Improvisations of the
Ciennnth, tho young man who has
achieved this triumph. Is not yet 21.
Ho comes from a musical and artistic
family Ills grandfather is August A.
I nngronbnhn, who designed the Dloch
cr monument In Forest Lawn and otu.
cr noted pieces.
Holds Nw York, Juno 5 The
k Mutual I.lfo Insurance Co ,
porhnps, carries a larger
Stock. jIl0 0j i,ant an(j trust com
pany stocks than any other insuranco
company in tho United States. A
pamphlet recently Issued by tho com
pany contains somo very Interesting
ttatlEtlea whlih sorvo to Bhow the In
suranco company's banking world.
Tho Mutual I.lfo Insurance Co, owns
$i,000,000 par valuo of tho $10,000,000
capital stock of the National Hank of
Commerce. Tho market value of Its,
holdings Is given as $C.K0O,O00. Of the
cnpltnl stock of tho United States Mort
gage & Trust Co. It owns 1.10G.C00 ,
shares of par value, or n controlling I
Interest, tho capital Btock of that Instl-i
tutlon being $2,000,000. It owns $200,-
OuO, or one-fifth of the capital stock ot
tho Tilth Avenue Tnifct Co ; $830,400 of
tho $2,000,000 capital stock of the Guar-,
anty Trust Co : $200,000 of tho $2,000,-1
00 cnpltnl stock of tho Morton Trust
Co , $100,000 of tho $1,500,000 capital
stock of tho Atlantic Trust Co ; $108-'
800 of the $r,,000,000 capital stock of tha
American Kxchango National Rank,
$133,00 of tho $1 000 000 capital stock
of tho Cential Trust Co j $100 000 of
tho $10 000,000 ctipltnl stock of tho First
National Rank ,
Resides tho foregoing the following
are among tho company's holdings j
I'ivu bundled nnd sixteen thousand
,two hundred dollars of tho $2,500,000
capital stock of tho Title Gunranteo Ac
Trust Co $71 100 of tho ciipltal stock
of the lliooklyn Tiust Co, $U U00 of
tho $300 000 capital stodt of tho Chemi
cal National lliuk, $10 000 of tho capi
tal stoek of tho Alitor National Hank,
$14,9:0 of thu capital stock of tho Gal
latin National Rank, $100,000 of the
capital stock of the Glrard Trurt Co.;
$100,000 of the 0aplt.1l stock of tho In
dustrial Trust Co , $100,000 of tho capi
tal stock of tho Uiw)ers' Title Insur
ance Co , $87,500 of tho capital stock
of the Moirlhtnwu Trust Co , and $111,-
C00 of tho capital stock of the National
Safe Deposit Co
Binding Mlnneipolls. Juno 10
iieiaii implement uvuiitb
Twlnc show their fnlth In north-j
Shortage, vvost crop possibilities!
this year by largely Increased orders
for threshing and harvesting machin
ery Last )tar was ono of tho best lu
this lino of trndo In tho history of ma
chinery wholesaling In tbo northwest.
To dato gtnoral conditions nnd sales
make a bolter showing tnan for tho
samo period of last )enr
Many northwestern farmers will buy
threshing rigs for their Individual usu
entirely. Instead of depending upon a
transient threshing outfit, if tho yield
lu reasonably good The big Increase
In llax acreage In western North Da
kola Is bringing much luquir) from
that section Representatives of ma
thlnory concerns In Fargo and Grand
Forks nn the prospects for a record
venr aro good
Ihcio Is much figuring on tho possl'
bility of 11 shoitago in binding twin
Somo of tho largest houses already an
nonneo Hint their supply Is sold and
have retired from tho market. The
wholesale trade is beginning to fear ,
that n shortago In tho twine supply is (
liicciy 10 occur unless present crop
prospects nnd conditions are seriously
effected next month.
Present conditions point to a ranlc
growth of straw which requires much
twine. Tho fact that tho Kansas crop
has required GO per cent less twlno
thin usual Is regarded by somo rm
favnrnblo element In tho general sit
Paint Brush rttisuurg. juno 10. it is
. understood tho Ponsylvnn-
la has under ndvlsoment
Prosperity, tho question of offering
premiums or prizes for tho best painted
houso and tarn lu certain hamlets nnd
villages along tho main lines. Tho
benefit of setting a good examplo has
been brought to tho attention of tho
Peuns)lvnnla officials In a very slmplo
nnd yt forceful way Tho manner In
which It was dono is best told tn tho
words of ono of thn olllrlals, who It can
he read II) perceived does not look nt
things slmpl) to seo them
' For an examplo, tako a cross-road
hamlet, which, after a time, through
tho Inlliicnco of certain of Its citizens,
lh dignified by being classed ns a flni?
Mop " said tho olTlchil "Later, as tho
bus'ness grows tho company will rs
tnbllsh an agency there tho express
con pany will havo a branch, nnd then
will como a postofllie Stntlonmnstor,
pctitmaster and express agent aro one
nnd tho same, nnd all business Is trans
acted In a small store, which 1b built as
near ns convenient to tho tracks.
"Through tho good-wll of tho com
pany a station house and residence
combined will then bo built for tho
agent. Its roof will be sun-red. Its ga
ble a light shade and Its bod) a brown.
Ten chances to ono It will stand alono
as tho only painted structure In tho
section. Rut tho bright colors nnd their
attractiveness will set tho farmers a-
thlnklng. Ono by one birns and farm
houses from hillside to valley will tako
on coatings Just like their dignified
and prim neighbor.
"Tho appearance of the hamlet Is en
tirely changed so that passengers ln
Btead of having to look upon rolorlecs,
b.cnk and somber-lined roofs nnd
Weuflier-benten houses seo neat little
cottages Btirioundod by llvld-colored
outhouses' Gradually the place tnkes
on nn air of prosperity
"Somo capitalist or Invistor notices
this as ho passes, sends his agents out,
und the next time )ou see the little sta
tion It has begun Us career as a man
ufacturing town of somo sort And for
nil this credit should go to tho few pots
of paint which coated tho statlonmas
ter's home. Such has been the begin
ning of ninny u town and will bo hero
nfter ns long as tho company Judlclous
1) uses tho brush "
The weekly edition ot the Evening
Rjlletln gives a complete summary ot
thtnewB ot tho dny.
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