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SVENIKO DULLVrm, HONOLULU H. T., WEDNESDAY, JULY 16, 1902.
MONDAY, JULY 14th
BARGAINS THIS WEEK IN
following up our announcement ot
last neck that wo will make special re
ductions In different departments of
our stock from now on until we movo
Into our now store, ladles will find It
to their Interest and profit to watch our
advertisements nnd to lslt our store.
Tho values wo offer and the reductions
made are all on NEW GOODS and eas
ily salablo at their regular prices. No
old stock or broken assortments, but
all of the latest cut and materials. The
lino consists ot LINEN, DUCK and
COVERT SKIRTS all handsomely
mado and tho newest styles. Sec them
displayed In our window Willi prices
$1.25 Skirts reduced to $1,00
1,50 ,, 1,25
1,75 ,, ,i 1,35
2,50 ., ,, 2,00
3.50 ,, 3,00
4.00 ,, 3.25
Gibson Style Ladies' Shirt Waists
Wo have a very attractive stock In
pretty materials and colors.
Pineapple Cloth Waists
Ilcduced from $3.00 to $2.50.
Itcduced from $3.00 to $2.75.
DRY GOODS COMPANY, LTD.
10 cents a package
Orange, Lemon, Strawberry and Raspberry
BURGLAR and FIRE PROOF SAFES
We have just received a large assortment of the famous
HERRING-HALL-MARVIN SAFE GO'S SAFES
These safes are considered the very best made. : ;
The public are invited to inspect the exhibit at our
Theo. H. Davies & Co., Ltd.
CAPE COLONY PARLIAMENT DEATII OF FILIPINOS
SOON TO BE IN SESSION! INCREASING GREATLY
Imperial Government Refuses to Sus
pend Constitutional Rights-Confidence
in People to Keep
I Greater Mortality Expected During
Hot Months One Hundred
Victims on American
P. O. Do ms. Til. rt
THE OLDEST Clli. SE FIRM IN HONOLULU.
Oill.n la Flit S Iki taJ Gkii Llntni. CblniM nl Jipo,t Ooodl of All Kill!
no-it Nooanu itrMt.
Washington, July ".Not since 1S52,
when tliu nntlvo population of the
lain, to tho petition Tor tliu suspousluu Philippine uii decimated by n Writ
er tho constitution for Capo Colony lont cphlcmtc of Asiatic cholera, ha
wn ,,ni.ni.o,i in n p.iriinmnnfnrv r. there been such an attack of disease os
nor this evening It av thorn l un ls "ow ratasltm the archipelago. 0111-
precedent for tho suspension of thu
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London, July 5. The reply of tho
Colonial Secretary, Joseph Chamocr
colouy. Tho suspension should
ccrs returning from the Philippines re
cently have expressed the fear that
1'arllament, and the Government li.i I
IIuvch such a slep In not called for un i
less It Is proven that the constitution
Is a positive danger to tho colony I
peace or that a great majority 'if
whites desire that tho authority ml
completely transferred to tho Imperial
fjovernmont Such a deslro could onl)
be constitutionally expressed by a res
olutlon of tho Cape I'atllamcnl.
The (lovernment was satlsllcd that
the Cape 1'arllament would tako tl t
necessary steps to provide for the ue
curity of the colony and to discourse
the racial and political controvcisy
which wob Interfering with IIh pnu
parity and wlilcJf can servo no giul
purpose among members of a comii'U
nlty having common Interests in th
peace and prosperity of South Africa.
Sir John Gordon Sprlgg, tho 1'ronilci
of Capo Colony, was Interviewed today
regarding file decision of the Impoilnl
Government not to Biispcnd tho couutl
tu(lon of Cape Colony. Ho said:
"If tho petition had been grant-id II
would havo caused apprehension r.i
gardlng the position of ovcry self gov
erning colony, slnco It Involved th
wholo question of freo conslltutlonnl
gOTcrnmcnt. The decision will promcto
peace and reconciliation In South
Africa. Tho suspension of tho consti
tution would have had a reverse of
feci." In the fight against tho suspension ot
tho constitution of Capo Colony, Sir;
John Gordon Sprlgg had the tacit sup
port oi all tho Colonial Premiers, who
feared that the suspension might cro-
nto a precedent most dangerous to
their constituencies. II Is said that l.t
foro the Premier of Capo Colony at
tained his purposo unusually sharp
passages occurred between Mr. Cham
berlain nsd himself.
The decision of tho Ilrltlsh Cabinet
not to suspend Capo Colony's constitu
tion Is taken to bo a serious blow In
Lord miner's prestige. The lattT
openly opposed tho Premier, and Bit
John's victory Is not likely to Improve
relations which were nlrendy strained.
causo the natives arc Ignorant of the
simplest rules of hygiene nnd sanita
tion the epidemic is bound to Increase
during the hot weeks to come, and til"
only relief which ran be looked for In
the r.ilny season, which Is duo In Au
gust or September.
The natives aro numb fiom fear of
cholera, and with good reason, for the
death rate among them Is fully 83 per
cent. The disease Is plain Asiatic chol
era In the virulent form It develops In
tho tropics, where tho climatic condi
tions and lack of proper sanitation ag
The medical corps of the army and
oIllcerR of tho United States Marine
Hospital Corps liavo co-operated with
success In keeping the cholera confined
to the Philippines. Private lcttcis re
ceived here state- that the work of
medical Inspection In .Manila nnd else
where Is greatly hampered by the na
Iteports from Colonel Helsemann,
chief medical officer of tho Philippines,
coveting the period up to Ma 15. are
the last received here. They stale that
In Manila there have been 1UUJ rases
with bOO deaths. There were twenty
three cases vvhero Americans had been
stricken, with thirteen deaths. Thirteen
Kuropeans were stricken and ten deaths
In tho entire Philippines thero were
3210 rases and "322 deaths.
Piatt for Roosevelt
and Against llanna
Washington. July 7. Senator Piatt's
announcement lust night at Manhattan
Ileuch that he would lndorto President
Roosevelt to succeed himself In 1901,
and that If New York and Pennsylvania
both should come out for Hoosevelt It
would decide thu question, Is regarded
by politicians here as most inipoitant
It means more than tho met e announce
ment of tho New Yorker's friendliness
toward Hoosevelt. It means that Hoose
velt ami Piatt havo reached a clear
understanding, and this has a direct
hearing upon the conflict that Is looked
upon here as Inevitable becauso of the
rivalry between Hoosevelt nnd Hanna.
No one In public life and familiar
wlththo situation believes Hanna can
escape being a candidate beforo tho
national convention In 1901. even if ho
tried, nnd few hellevo lie will try If
Hoosevelt In the meantime obtains thu
co-operation of such leaders as Piatt
has imitator-nme dealers
will substitute if ou don't
watch nut He sure von get
Coke, the original guaranteed
cure for Dandruff, falling li.ilr,
scalp exema, etc. A clash
on the hair alter bathing nrc
vents colds. Awarded medals
and all honors at Paris Expo
sition over all competitors.
Sol J Ever) where. Book about It tree.
Coke DirulrufT Cure I unlreriallf
ui-l j mini torn nf Cunffw.
JnlinW Iran. Inrrmnnnf nfflrlal
bartiern, llnu.e of l(rpre.entatlToii. "
A. It. BREMER. CO., CHICAGO
& Toilet Soap
cleans the hair and scalp,
clears the complexion. Great
lor the bath.
ron sale hy nonnoN drug co.
fort and King Sts.
Wo aro now paying especial atten
tion to catering to family Parties, Re
ceptlons. Weddings, etc., and the suc
cess that liaa attended our efforts to
please, together with our reputation
for serving tho best that tho market
affcrds. Is a sufficient guarantco that
we will give you perfect satisfaction.
Wo havo tho finest display ot the
bitter grado of BAKERY GOODS and
fine CHOCOLATES and DON DON9
ever put on exhibit hero; wo also car
ry HUYLER'S CANDIES and LOW.
NEY'S CHOCOLAl ES and BON DONS
THE ELITE ICE CREAM PARLORS
I HOTTER PLAGE -
v HONOLULU JJ
Victors in England
London. July 5. The amateur athle
tic champlryislilp meeting nt Stamford
Orldgc today was of unusual interest
owing to tho International flavor Ini
tialled to It by a number of American
Putting tho weight William Coe
(American), 42 feet 10'4 Inches, K W
l?dgrcn (American), 3S feet 8 Inches.
100 jnrds A. r. Duffey (American)
won by n ard and a half It W. Wuds
ley second, Dennis .Muriu third. Time,
Onc-mllo run lllnks (I'nlted Athle
tic Club) flrst, lluutrcj second, Darker
third, lllnks won by two urds. Time,
I 10 4-3. Urltlsh nmatcr record.
120 jards hurdles O. W. Smith, New
Zealand, first; Tiufford, second; Phil
lips, third. Time, :10.
High Jump S. S. Jones. New York
Athletic Club, C feet 3 Inches, first, P.
O Connor, ft feet 2 Inches, second; O
Leahy, C feet I Inch, thlid.
Hammer thiciw T. K. Klcly, 142
feet 9 Inches, first, .Mai, 130 feet J
Inches, second; Kdgrcn, 121 feet 1 inch
at Next Session
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Tools, Materials and Findings used
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MRS. A. SCHOELLKOPF,
TEACHER OF PIANO.
Honolulu, T. H.
Hotel Street, Opposite Advent Chun-h.
General Manager ot
THE EQUITABLE LIFE
Of tho United States for the
OFFICE, Merchant Street, Honolulu.
Washington, July 3. Chairman
I'avno of thu House Committio on
Ways nnd Means today conferred with
Picsldcnt Ilofccvclt In regard to Cuban
leclproclty. I'pon leaving tho execu
tive nuarters P.ivnn. In icsnonso to
nnd Quay In his behalf tho light Is sure questions on tho subject, paid he was
to be tho most exciting in modern poli
in the Hospital
London, July 7. Tho Colonial Secie
taiy, Joseph Chamberlain, was severely
cut on tho head today, as a result of a
cab accident In Whitehall, Tho Secrc
Marj's haiibom was passing through tha
tCnnadlnn arch, when tho horses slipped
mm .ur iimmijeri.uu was precipiiiueu
forvvntd with gie.it 'violence. Ills head
struck ugultiHt tho glass fiont of the
rub. When ho was cxtikatcd It was
seen that Mr. Chamberlain's head was
badly cut and bleeding freely.
satisfied that reclpinclty with Cuba
would bo effected at tho next session of
Congicss by an almost unanimous vote
In both HoiiM's. The method by which
this will be attained, lie said, would he
by treat). 1'nder ordinary conditions,
he said, a treaty Is infilled by tho Sen
nto only hut In matters of this kind
involving eiuestlons of levenuo under
tho Dlngley law tho House under tho
constitution has equal Jurisdiction with
the Senate Tho confeienees of Pajno
with tho President nnd his subsequent
utterances effectually put an end to nn
extr.i S'slon talk
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