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EVElflNP BULLETO. HONOLULU, H. T WEDNESDAY, JULY 9, 1902.
REIGN OF BARGAINS
THE GENUINE KIND
We sell all our goods at such low
prices as to make them bargains at
any tlmo. When wc ndvcrtlso that wo
hao SPECIAL BARGAINS to offer,
you may count on them being SOME
THING .. UNUSUAL SOMETHING
THAT WILL PAY YOU TO INVES
TIGATE. WE ARE GOING TO MOVE.
It won't bo long before wo move lo
our new store and each week until th.it
tlmo wo willeAjffcr some VERY AT
TRACTIVE BARGAINS. Hero's n
starter. Note the following and don't
miss the 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 16
14 Yards for $1.00.
' FANCY PRINTED MUSLIN
Dress goods of good quality. Width
28 inches. Reduced from 10 ds. for
16 Yards for $1.00
DRY GOODS COMPANY, LTD.
DIRECT FROM ENGLAND
Ex Ship "YOLA"
A LARGE 81IIPMHNT 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.
WIS' REFINERY 11 HEAVY IMS
QUS AND J. W. MACKEY
START TflEIK. PROPOSITION
Federal Sugar Refining Company With
a New Process -Big Increase in
the Capital StockScheme
RISD0N IRON WORKS YS.
K0NA SUGAR COMPANY
Bishop & Co. Sue on Lanai Note--
Why Judge Humphreys Eicnsed
the Fire Commission
New York July 2. The Federal Su
gar Kcflnlng Company, Incorporated In
New Jersey a short time ngo with i
capital stock of $100,000, filed n ccrtl
flcatc today In Trenton Increasing the
capital to $30,000,000. Tho amended
charter provides for $23,000,000 G per
cent cumulative preferred stock and n
similar amount of common stock. Tho
Incorporators arc ttverltt Jackson,
who Jiag been president of tho "com
pany, IMercc J Smith. Morrlstovvn. is.
J., secretary, and Ohnilcs T lllngham, '
Ilrookli n c A Spreckels. son or
Claus Sprockets, the Pacific Coast sugar
magnate. Is one of the chief men Inter-1
estcd The Federal Sugar Refining
Compaio has nbout completed n plant.
in luunria nuiLii win uutu a rapacity
of 1000 barrels of sugar a day The su
gar Is to be refined by a new process.
Pierce J Smith, named as an Incorpor
ator, is a member of tho sugar broker-,
age nrm of Smith & Sclilpper, with
ofllces which connect with the Federal
Sugar limning Company.
There are several fcitiiren In tlin
amended charter somen hat out of tho'
ordinary. It It provided that tho pre-,
fcrrcd stock may at any time, except
when the books aro closod for dividends
demand Its exchange, share for share,1
for common stock. This exchange la ,
to bo cffcLted by canceling the prefer
red stock to bo converted, which, It Is'
expressly provided, shall not irl rela-j
sued under any circumstances, and Is-
Rlltnir In Ha nlnrn iinmmnn Ktift Thopn
la Clan n .Ail.mnllnn nlntion lit .l.n .tin,- !
ter empowering the company to retire
preferred stock in such quantities and
In such manner as may be decided,
upon pajment of all accrued dividend!
and $125 In cash for each share, Tho
holder, however, may In such an event
waive bis right to tho $23 premium
and insist upon the privilege formerly
expressed of converting his preferred
stock into common stock,
In sugar refining circles today sur
prise was expressed over he action of
tho Federal Company in so largely In-1
ci casing Its capital. One refiner was of
the opinion that a mistake had beer
made in the figures.
Sprcckels said tonight "The board
of dltcitors of tho Federal Sugar Ile
flnlng Company consists of John V.
Mackay, Sir William C. Van Home,
Diimont Clarke, IMwIn Haw Icy, Wil
liam W Cook and mjself I am presi
dent of the company and Mr Mackay
vice president. Wo have a new process
for the refining of sugar which elimi
nates the use of anlmnl blood and ani
mal charconl mid which bo bcllcvo will
save $3 a ton." '
What the Immediate object of the in
crease of capital is was not further
Ah Chung has petitioned for admin
istration of the estate of Lcong Ho),
valued at $1500.
Suit has been entered by the Illsdon
Iron Works, San Francisco, against the
Kona Sugar Co and tho First Ameri
can Savings & Trust Co. of Hawaii
for $S250 and Interest. It is on account
of the Kona sugar mill.
Ulshop & Co., InnKers, hnvo brought
suit against W II. Pain, Tnlula Hay
sclden nml Mrs. Kllse V. Neumann,
executrix, for $9S27.fi2 balance on a
note This Is In connection with the
purchase of a two-thirds Inteiest In
Henry Smith's suit fur Ills claimed
land rights in Fort street widening
operations occupied Judge Koblnsoii
all day yesterday.
W. II. Hoogs, ndmlnlsttator of tlw
estate of Kdwnrd V. Hverett. had his
accounts approved and himself dis
charged. I.au Yin lias sued Thomas Christie-'
for $800 on account of services rendered
in purchasing a lease.
Judgo lluinphrc)s abrupt excusing ol
Chairman Mncfurlanc and Secrctui
Hlggs of the I'lre Claims Commission
from tho Jury, the day after his pei
emptory refusal to do so, It appears wat
In compliance with a letter ftom Gov
ernor Dole, who show cil the Importance
of having tho work of tho Commission
put Into final shape and stated that a
report of Its doings was desired for tho
Oovcrnor's annual repot t to tho Scc
retai of the Interior.
The following order for n regimental
drill to take place next week was post
ed at National Ouard headquarters )cs
tcrday: Honolulu. Hawaii, Jul 7, 1D02
Gecnrnl Orders No 28
1 A regimental drill is hereby order
ed for rrlitaj. July IS, 1002, at 7:30 p.
2. Field and staff will parade dis
mounted. 3. Uniform, fatigue, white trousers
Iho regimental commander expects
each of the companies to parade with
tdxtecn-Hle front, doublo rank, with the
necessary officers, guides anil fllo clos
Ily older of Colonel J W Jone
(Signed ) JOHN SCHAUFF.K.
Captain and Adjutant
10 cents a package
Orange, Lemon, Strawberry and Raspberry
Machinists of Union
Pacific to Strike
Omaha, Juno 28. After a confer
ence lasting Just flvo mlnuto,i this aft
crnoon tho executive committco of the
machinists of tho Union Pacific Halt
road declaro thoy havo ordered all ma
chlnlsts on tho system to quit work
beforo Monday morning Tho dt
mands which wcro presented by tho
men and refused by tho railroad oft!
clals wcro for n 3 per cent Increase In
salary, reinstatement of nil discharged
machinists and no plcco work,
Tho strikers claim to be well prepap
cd for n strike', and today tho commit
too began Issuing rollef from tho treao
u ry Tho officials of the railway sa)
they have a number of locomotives e
routo to Omaha and will not suffer tot
engines for months.
A common cvldcnre of the stupidity
of Japanese ilrlvus was witnessed
jesterdj) afternoon on Fort stie
Just above Merchant, when an express
wagon came up tin street the burs-)
on the gallop anil the lupancbo driver
frightened out of his senjes Ah he wui
about to puss the buggy of Albert Me
(lurn which was peacefully standing by
the ruili, Ml, McGinn cnJo)lng a qule;
cigar, the Japanese turned the hoisn
suddenl Into the bugg turning It
completcl uvei and causing MiClurn
to do a uipld linndspilng to tho side
walk No damage was dune other than
n badly broken shaft and a sprung
wheel, so the Japanese was allowed to
depart In peace.
INHTALLA'ION OP OI'IMCEUS.
At tho regular meeting of Court Ca
nioes. No 8110, A. O F. held last night
at San Antonio Hall, the following
ofllccrs wcro Installed for the ensuing
term C It., M. C Pncheco, S C It ,
M. I. Sllvu. J L. It. Medelros; F S
J P Was. It S, A (J Marealllno, S
W., M Miichiulo, J W A F Souza,
S. B . I. A Perry. J II., M Freltas
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
Washington, Juno 30. Karl in tho
session of the Senate today Klkins of
West Virginia delivered nn earnest'
speech in favor of the annexation of
Cuba, maintaining that It would bo In
the best Interests of both countries i
Klkins' remarks drew a bharp fire from .
Piatt of Connecticut and Hanna of'
Ohio, who deprecated any annexation
proposition at tills time, and urged that
the United States ought to bo senslblu
of Its obligations to the civilized world
if not to Cuba After a lively colloquy
In which Cleneral Wood was criticised
hy Infeiencc for using Cuban funds to
advance the reelpiocily propaganda,
lllklns' resolution for annexation was
referred lo the Cuban Helatlons Com
Tho prlco of Western farm land has
risen In u marked degiee within two
P. O. BOX gas-
THE OLDEST CHi. 'cSE FIRM IN HONOLULU.
Ottltri la Flnt 9 Ilea inl Gum LIaidi Chlim toj JtpantM Goadi af All Klall
fio-zii Nuuiqu strict.
Charlotte Crabtrec, otherwlso "Lot
ta'" Is living quiet! In New York and
is said to bo contemplating marriage
Ico ufSollJblli cr.iluldl'l.ic
nl. nml uml f DIE An n Km l lllr Al I
I'i'ii' tienfOnliiriatp Wei)ry WrllfHIr nrt j .
(Ac ii c Bay Co nn311 tili,ylll l C.rollm II S A !
lias Imitators some dealers
will substitute It )ou don't
watch out. He sure jeiu get
Coke, the original guaranteed
cure lor Dinclruff, falling h dr,
scalp exenia, etc A dash
ou the hair after bathing pre
vents colds. Awarded medals
and all honors at Paris Fxpo
sition over all competitors.
Sold Everywhere, look about It Iree
"Onka Panaruft Turn In untver.ullf
wwl liy iiumiiIh n of Vi ntfrf"
"JiiliiiW Hani, I nrt mini of oltlrlal
ijarlior. lluuao of lu ireeiitntlTe M
A. It. BKBMEK CO., CHICAGO.
& Toilet Soap
cleans the lmr and scalp,
clears the complexion. Great
(ur the bath.
Foil sai.i: hy iionnoN nnua co,
Foit and King Sts.
S1TM 11 MI
BEYERIDQE IS ATTACKED
BY SENATOR BAILEY
Texas Man Demanded Retraction
Made of Remarks By Beveridge
Friends Interfere and
Stop the Row.
Washington June 30. Senator Dal
le of Texas assaulted Senator llcver
Idgo of Indiana tonight Just after tho
Senate hail adjourned from executive
session. The Texns Senator was drag
ged away and sepnrated from his oppo
nent by some of those about the Sen
ate. He was vcr angry, and threat
ened severe harm to tho Indiana Sen
ator The episode was the result of n
heated eontrovcrs which the two Sen
ators had during the afternoon, when
Senator lleverldge had said that Sena
tor llalley had made "an unwarranted
attack on Solicitor Penlleld of tho
In executive session Senator Hover-
lilge. like other Senators who smoke,
lighted a cigar and took a seat on tho
Ilcpubllcnn side He wns still sitting
there when the Senate adjournel.
Senator Halley crosse-d the aisle and
walked through the seats until he was
"Ueverldge," he said, " don't want
to have an trouble with joii, but i
want ott to withdraw those words
which charge me with making nn un
unnanted attack upon Penlleld."
"I did not Intend to Insult ou" re
piled Senator lleverldge, "an'd there Is
nothing In my language that ou could
"I don t nllow an one to say tint 1
libel a man and that is what )ou du in
making the charge Now, If ou won't
wlthdiuw the words when I ask ou
I'm going to make ou withdraw
Senator Halley had been getting
more and mine augr and excited as
he talked. He had been Titling down
part of tho time, leaning against tlia
desk immediately In front of Senator
lleverldge. The latter. In reply to Son-
ntor Hallux's last remark, still remain
Ing In his cnnlr. said. "I repeat that I
did not Intend to Insult )ou, and that
I have nothing to retract."
As tho words were uttered Senator
Halley threw himself upon Senator
lleverldge, who Is a man hardl up 'o
the average In phslquc and solzed
him by the throat with both hands. The
rush wns so Hidden nml fierce that tho
chair in 'which lleverldge wns sitting
w-ts pushed back against the (leak and
toppled over beforo the assault could
go any furthct Senators who had
been sitting near hnd moved up be
tween the desks Senator Hansbrough
of North Dakota selztd Senator Halley
b one arm and Senator Spimncr sclz
ed the other The Texan Stnator Is a
pov.i'ilul man and It was with great
difficulty that tlie two Senators we-n
abb- to drag liliu away fiuui Senator
lleverldge and when they succeeded n
p-m of the Indiana Senatoi's tu ekwenf
was ripped awnj In the vigorous ginsp
of Senatoi Halley.
Senntin Ilacoti of Oeorgla nnd Hnr
lie l.atuu assistant doorkeeper cauio
qulckl finwnid and assisted In pulling
the Texas Senator awu. Senator Hat
li' meanwhile struggling to get fro
nml lunging tnwnrd Senator Heveridgo
As ho wab lomnved a It t lo distance
lie was henid to utter something that
sounded like a threat nhout killing.
Without further effort, however, ho
walked awu when Scnntor Hacon urg
ed him to be quiet and led him toward
tho Democratic side. Senator Hncon
engaged Senutor Halley In convetsi
tlon for home time, advising him tg
cool down Senator Spooner also wc-it
ncioss tho aisle and discussed tho mat
te with him and urged him to apolo
gize and If possible fix It up at once
but Senator llallev refused nil such
pioffers declaring that Senator never
Idgo had insulted him in tho Senat
and that he had tal en the only course,
,as tho Indiana Senator had refused tu
witniiraw ins lemurks.
Senatoi Heveridgo remained In tho
chamber foi some little tlmo and con
tinned to smoke his cigar. Ho re
marked! to those whp had spoken lo
him on the subject that It did not
amount to nn thing. Ho did not in
tend to resent tho attack made upon
him lu fart tho whole thing was
over In a vei brief Interval, before
much resistance could havo been of
fered, Hcivcrldge was asked toluglit If ho
had an statement to make regarding
tho assault committed on him h) Hah
le) He expressed regret over what
had nieiiried and said ho had no pur
tional resentment ovei tho matter The
eouveisntiou between them Immediate
1 beforo the trouble Hovorlilgo said
wns the same as had ou ill nil In tho
Senato chamber regarding the nttack
an Judgo Penlleld, who Is nn Indiana
man, except that on his (neveridgo's)
pnrt it was much milder In tone llev
erldge said that ho was nut excited
but lemnlned tool and collected nnd
expressed to Halle his wish that their
lehitlons might continue ngreenblo
Heveridgo denied that lie had been
(linked li llille According to his
xrirlnn tin- Texns Senitoi hnd made
n lunge at him but his arm was caught
b Senator Spoonei befoie the tlueat
cued blow lauded.
Only woy to et any
comfort tills kind of
wenther and a good
Simply turn on the button to havo
tho cooling zephrs ripple your hair
and make you forget about tho day
$15.00 BUYS ONE.
That Isn't much to Bpend for lasting
Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.
THLEPIIONH ,MIN a0.
e'Jr:.' f. JftVi
, J-U r,4 -,VM
C. W. MACPARLANE,
The Transcendent Arc Light
500 C. P. Consumes nothing but o
dlnary Kerosene Oil. Tho best light
known to science and tho cheapest.
Have received tho Highest Awards at
the. Pan-American Imposition. Suit
able for storo nnd halls, and aro In use
In good many of our prominent stores
throughout the city, such as Wall,
Nichols Co. Honolulu Drug Co., Hollls
ter Drug Co, Mclncrny Shoo Store,
Kllte Ice Cream Parlors, Hawaiian Ho
tel and others too numerous to men
tion. We nlso have tho same Arc
r.amp to burn 12 hours, which Is suit
able for lamps to be placed In yrrds
as a protection against night prowlers.
Our lamps are In uso throughout all
For further particulars Inquire of
WASHINGTON LIGHT CO.
The Pride of the Home
A Combination of Art nd Utility. Used by many In preference to other
makes of tlid samo price. It Is demonstrating its merits. Built to Sew Well
and to Last Call and Inspect tho different st)leu.
H. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd.
Bole AtjcntH fop the llnwnllnn Inlnndw.
LOOKS GOOD !
That Is tho verdict when ou try
Crystal Spring Butter
Onoil nil the ear round, loo. That's one of the great points of
Cr8tnl Spring Duller tho best every month in the ear
-40 cents the Lb.
METROPOLITAN MEAT CO., Ltd.,
Telephone Main -in.
Porter Furniture Co,
First-class FURNITURE of all descrip
tions. Upholstering Department un
equalled 'in the City. Now located in the
Port Street, opp. Love Building.
PORTER FURNITURE CO., LT0,
Albert V. Gear, President.
Emmett May, Secretary.
THE HONOLULU INVESTMENT CO., LTD.
Capital Stock, $100,000.00
GENERAL INSURANCE, REAL ESTATE
'' AND FINANCIAL AQENTS
Judd Building, Merchant Street 81de.
HONOLULU, H. T.
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