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TM1M BQLLaWllW, ROMHtHA H.
TtTRBDAT. JULT t, 1.
REIGN OF BARGAINS
THE GENUINE KIND
Wo sell all our goods at such low
prices as to make tlicm bargains at
any time. When we advcrtlso that wo
have SPECIAL DAROAINS to oKor,
yoti may count on them being SOME
THING .. UNU8UAL SOMETHING
THAT WILL PAY YOU TO INVES
TIGATE. WE ARE GOING TO MOVE.
It won't bo long before wo move to
our new store and each week until th.it
time wo will offer some VERY AT
TRACTIVE BARGAINS. Hero's a
starter. Note the following and don't
miss tlio opportunity.
COLORED JAPANESE SILK
23 Inches In width
Reduced from 50c to 30c a Yard,
STRIPED TAFFETA SILK
19 In. wide. Very pretty waist ma
terial Reduced from $1,00 to 40c,
Whlto with black figures. Width 10
Inches. Reduced from 8 yds for $1.00 to
14 Yards for $1,00.
FANCY PRINTED MUSLIN
Dress goods of good quality. Width
28 Inches. Heduccd from 10 yds. for
16 Yards for $1,00
DRY GOODS COMPANY, LTD.
DIRECT FROM ENGLAND
Ex Ship "YOLA"
A LARGE S1IIPMBNT 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.
10 cents a package
Orange, Lemon, Strawberry and Raspberry
BHK Ml LAWS
SENATOR PERKINS' BILL
THAT WILL HELP CUBA
Secretary of Treasury Directed
Impose Diogley Duties On All
Sugars That Enjoy Cartel
Washington, June 27. Senator Per
kins today Introduced a bill which has
been prepared by the Interests opposed
to Cuban reciprocity. It Is as follows:
"That the Secretary of the Treasury
be and Is hereby authorized and direct
ed to ascertain and determine. In ac
cordance with the method agreed upon
by tho Ilrussels sugar convention of
March S, 100 J, the amount of bounty I
or grant directly or Indliectly paid or1
bestowed by any country signing Baldl
convention upon the exportation
sugar through the operation of tho 'eat '
tcr, and to assess and Imposo upoiii
sugais Impoited fiom such countries an
additional duty on such sugars equal'
to the amount provided for In article
of said llitisscls convention." j
The bill, ns explained by Perkins,
simply Instructs the Secretary of tlui
Treasury to enforce the piuvlslons 01 1
section fle of the existing tariff law, I
which requires that olllclal to place ad
ditional or countervailing duties on
Imported foreign products coming from i
cotiutiles which, through the operation
of what Is known ns the "cartel," pa
an export bounty. The countervailing
provision was In and was enforced ,
under the McKlnley tariff uct of 18D0,
nnu was extended in tno uingicy law
the BEER that's pure.
Bottled at the Brewery.
FRED MILLER BREWINQ CO., Milwaukee.
Hoffschlaeger Co., Ltd.
King Street, near Bethel.
IN THE PHILIPPINES
uui nun never ueen exccutcci ngaiusi
"(artel ' bounties. i
I'crklns' bill Is especially nlmed at
foreign sugars that enjoy thcadvuntnge
of so-called "cartel" bounties, a trust
schemo adopted abroad In June, 1900,
fiom the effect of which Cuba mid all
sugar-producing nations suffer If our
law wero fully enforced Cuba would
be nfforded Immediate relief far beyond
that which tho Cuban reciprocity bill
would afford. Until ilie adjournment
of the Ilrussels sugar convention,
Match 5, 1902, which wns attended by i
Germany, Trance, Austiin, Hungary
Great Drltnln and five other nations,
there existed n doutt whether "cartel'
was a bounty, but that lonventlon de
clared "cartel" to be u bounty, and
these nations ar." oatoiped from den).
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 SILK.
GOO KIM, 1116 Nuuanu Street
P, O. Box ! Til. iJ.
THE OLDEST CHi. SE FIRM IN HONOLULU.
Q.aliti la Flu S Iki ml Cat. Until. Ctitn.n an) Japan.. CiooJ. el All Kl4t
ti-?ij Nuuanj strut.
There are some Simple Remedies In
dispensable In any family. Among
these, th cexpcrlence of years nssuics
us. shoul J bo recorded PAIN-KIM.tllt.
Tor both Internal and external appli
cations we have found It of great v li
ne; especially can we recommend It for
colds, lhcumatlsm, or fresh wounds
ind bruises. Christian lira Ao!d sub
stitutes, there Is but one I'.iln-Klller,
Terry I)als' Trico 23c. and BOc.
"I don't like the man."
"I hadn't been talking to him flvo
minutes before he said 1 was an idiot.
"Why tho delay?" Judge.
Sunday Bulletin, $1.25 per year.
Washington, P. C, June 21 What
amounts hi nu official prtinoiinclamcn
to ol the position of the Admlnlstra
len on the question of citizenship In
I'm Thlllpplncs pending further legls
I II on, was filed In the Supreme Court
it the District of Columbln toda. It
U In the form of tin aiiswcr to tho rule
of thu Court to show cause why a man
damus should not Issue requiting John
H. Young, clerk of thu court, to allow
Antonio M. Upisso y de Voza, rccentlj
.tit Inhabitant of the Thlllppines, to de
clare his citizenship Intensions before
..ir. joung as clerk, as petitioned by
Tho answer, prepared by Unltod
States District Attorney (lould and
approved by Atlorney General Knox,
points out that Congress has not yet
determined the clll rights and politi
cal status of thu Thlllpplno Inhabit
ants, thnt the petitioner Is not Includ
ed In any class of persons authorized
by lnw to declare their intention to be
come citizens of the United States, nnd
that tho defendant. Young, Is without
any authority to reecho any such declaration.
The answer also sas It Is assumed
that tho pctltloui'i intended to ru
noiine-p his nlleglanic to gpnln and
adopt the nationality at the territory
or tile Thillpplnc s, inasmuch ns hu does
not allege that he took the h'eps re
quired b article ') of tho tienty wltn
Spain, piovidlng that n declaration ol
decision to prescno allegiance to
Spain should he made before n court
of tecord by Apill 11 1900
SELL ISLANDS TO THE
JAPANESE, SAYS BURT
Veteran General Believes Future of
Our Oriental Troubles Will
be Solved as He
San Trnnclsco, June 23. Oencral A.
S. Hurt, retired, better known to his
army frluids ns "Andy" Hurt, veteran
ri two wars and many campaigns, Is
nmong the prominent visitors In tho
city He wns among the nnlvnls on
tl.e "nnsport Sherman cstcrday, aud
is making his hcaduuaiters at the Oc
cident."! Hotel, whole all of jesterday
he win besieged bj callers. After for
ty years' service In the Army. General
Hint was placed on the retlied list last
,ptll He received the notification
while on duty with his famous rem
inciil. the Twenty fifth Intnntry, sta
tloned near Manila. He Is on his way
o tie Atlantic Const hut sas he Is
going to remain In Snii Tranclsco long
iifiugh to get on to the way of the
world again before venturing further
into the Interior, nnd Incidentally to
meet some of tho local sportsmen He
Is a baseball enthusiast.
General Hurt has had a long and try
ing campaign In the Thlllpplno Islands
and has made n careful study of the
situation. Ho believes he has arrived
.it a conclusion thnt will tiltltuiiicly be
accepted by the Administration and
the public- at large as the only soht
"Turn them over to the Jnns." said
the Cenernl to a party or listeners at
Ills hotel last night "Let them have
them on the Installment plan for the
consideration of say, SlGO.dnu.oou. Our
Government doesn't need the money In
a lump sum nnd by making a proposi
tion or tnnt hind we can dlctnte as to
muling stations and miike biicIi re-
selves ns are thought to be best for
trnde Interests. An arrangement of
(tint kind can be effected thnt will give
the United Stntes ns broad a road Into
the markets of the Orient as If we re
tained the Islands; besides we will bo
making strong nllles ol two nations
thnt will represent our interests on
thnt side of the. globe without the ne
cesslty of the presence of a large nrmy
ai enormous cost." Continuing, tho
General said In substance, after point
ing out the cost of maintaining an ar
my in the Thlllrplnes, thnt he did not
believe It a white man's country, al
though the work that had been nceoni
pllshcd In the past two jenrs was mar
velous He said ho had discussed tho
ideas presented with the higher offl
rials and prominent business men now
in cue rniiippiues, ami tint evorj
where it had been met with approval
He believes that he will be heard when
he gets to Washington, although he
will not take th atter up tittle-lull)
During his talk General Hurt ox
pressed great fnltli in the Japanese!
people halng that he bViloved them
the coming nation of the Tar i:ast
Tumi the fac t that thuy must uenuiro
additional teirltory on account of their
large nnd inc leasing population, he
billi-vis that they will necept the Isl
nnds making tno most I'bernl eoneos-
Ions it sufficient 1 1 mo Is given them
to ia the pute-hase pilee lie ex
pressed a profound I egret that tho
Philippine problem hiul been the means
of bringing tiie Army under the con
trol of politics.
General Hurt entered tho servleo
April, lSi'.I .mil served continuously
through the t'lvll War. He wns biovet
eil Majoi in 1S02 for meritorious set
vle-e on the line of Phcimnti b march to
tile sea and subseiiicnt to thnt period
he wns fot many ears on tho frontier
At the on' break of tho Spanish Anieri
can war It wiib ruido n Wlgaillcr Gen
i ral of Volunteers nnd served through
the Cuban cnui"algn niter which h"
ii-lolued Ills regiment as Colonel of the
tegular cKtfibllrhment ninTwent to the
DON'T YOU ?
Only way to get any
comfort thin kind of
wentlier and a good
Simply turn on the button to have
the cooling zephrs rlpplo our hair
and mnko ott forget about the day
$15.00 BUYS ONE.
That Isn't much to spend for lasting
Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.
TUt.CIMIO.NH MIN IIOO. '
C. W. MACPARLANC.
The Transcendent Arc Light
600 C. P. Consumes nothing but or
dlnary Kerosene Oil. The best light
known to sclenco nnd tho cheapest.
Have received tho Highest Awards at
the Tan-American Exposition. Suit
able for store and halls, anu aro In uss
In good many of our prominent stores
throughout the city, such as Wall,
Nichols Co.. Honolulu Drug Co.. Hollls
ter Drug Co., Mclnerny Shoo Store,
Kllte Ice Cream Parlors, Hawaiian Ho
tel and others too numerous to men
tion. Wo also have tho samo Arc
Lamp to burn 12 hours, which Is suit
able for lamps to bo placed In yards
as a protection against night prowlers.
Our lamps are In uso tnroughout all
For further particulars Inquire of
WASHINGTON LIGHT CO.,
The Pride of the Home
YY 111 1 1 MACHINE
A Combination of Art and Utility. Tsed by many In preference to other
mnkes of the samo price. It Is demonstrating Its merits. Built to Sew Well
and to Last. Call nnd Inspect the different stles,
H. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd.
Sole AtjentH fop tlie llnwnllnn Iwliinilw.
SECRETARY MOODY STARTING FOR A WALK.
Tiv-hli ul Itnn-evelt Is not the n ilv long ilistume u nil, el In ntlleinl life.
Wi'lli'ii II M ni'v the uei Milium nf tln nnvv is nn i-iit IiiikIi Ktlc pedes
ii in 1 1 i i ii m klinw- I J ii t ii- I e is li iMnr- In . Ii uiie Inr n Jaunt
"i ! t in i i h im- in mmi i i tin i si I mil ni .iliuutiiu.
'It seems to me" said joung Mr
Stigglus. thnt their ought to bo some
hint of a law leguliitlng tho custom of
nnm'ng children after eminent people "
Have ou dee-ldcMl on u name for
"No I nm willing to leave that In
u general way to his mother Yet 1
milet draw the line I wouldn't seem
disicspeitful to tho pi Ice for anthlng
I m glad he visited us. nnd 1 hope he II
eome again Hut I don't think ho has
iiii right to be offended If 1 put my
foot down mid pobtlvel) ri fttso to let
that hoy he sent out In the public
schools with such n nume js 'Ilohcniol
lein Stlgglns" Washington Stat
"Yes." said the man who likes to be
In st.vle "I'm going to move to a town
where the) do not wear Panama hats
"That II lie lather nil expensive way
to get nwa fiom a fad, lemarked the
Not as cNpouslve as hiivlng n real
Panama, ' remarkod tho other. Cln
clnuutl Comiiicicial Tilbuuu,
TASTES GOOD !
That Is the veidlct when you try
Crystal Spring Butter
fifiml all the jenr round too That's one of the great points of
Crjstnl Spring Htittcr the best every month In tho J ear
-40 cents tine Lb.
METROPOLITAN MEAT CO., Ltd.,
Telephone Main AR.
Porter Furniture Co,
First-class FURNITURE of all descrip
tions. Upholstering Department un
equalled In the Gity. Now located in the
Port Htreet, opp. Love Building.
PORTER FURNITURE CO., LTD.
Albert V. Gear, President.
Emmett May, Secretary.
THE HONOLULU INVESTMENT CO., LTD.
Capital Stock, $100,000.00
"The Quest of Love" Is a very Inter
esting story rpecially written by Ed
ythe Lewis Schmltt, one of the well
known contributors to "The Smart
Set," for next Sunday's Bulletin.
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