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EVENINO BULLETIN. HONOLULU, It. T, MONDAY. JULY 21, 1902.
MONDAY, JULY 21st
MORE BARGAINS THIS
Our weekly bargain sales arc gaining In popularity and deserved
ly so. Ladles And tliat they can buy standard and staple goods at a
big discount by attending these sales. Wc will diminish our stock In
this manner until ivo moo to our new store, and It will pay )oil to
watch every chance. This week, we lmc many spinal Inducements,
among which aro tho following-
l'retty stripes nnd figures. Width
28 Inches nnd ery attractive. Ileduccd
from 20c per yard to
7 Yards for $1,00,
FINE DRESS SATEEN
Very handsome Trench Sateen In
large variety of colors Width 31
Inches Heduced from 35c to
20c Per Yard,
flront assortment of colors nnd pret
ty patterns Width 29 Inches Iteduccd
from 7 yards for $1.00 to
li Yards for $1.00
MUSLINS AND DIMITIES
Excellent bargains In this Tine. Pret
ty materials and large assortment. Ite
duccd from 20c yard to
12 l-2c Per Yard.
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
HERR1NG-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.
IS NOW SETTLED UPON
Appointment of Balfour Said To Be a
Bitter Disappointment to Cham
Seattle Jul 13. The steamer Port
land wlilili was carried b) tlie lie
through Ilcrlng straits nnd Into the
AVctlc ami Imprisoned In the tloes. In
snld to hnvo reached St Michail Jul)
3 Her passengers nnd crew were well,
but the cargo nnd vessel were Injured
Such Is the report reiclvcd tonight
In a special dispatch from Dawson
Tlio news appears to have been wired
from Nome to Nulato, on the Vukon
convo)cd then up the river to Kagle
Clt) b) the steamer Sarah nnd from
that point sent by telegraph to Daw
ton. It came to the Uawron agent of
the Northern Commercial Comp-in),
which operates the I'oithml and also
Why the 1'orthnd went to St Mlili-
talm control of the lirltlsh Oomn-1 "1arcd:.!T!ro J"BJ '!!!
UlBUUUklUU u; UVI i mai-iihi-in uuu
London, July 13 Knglnnd has a new
Premier, Lord Sallsbur) has resigned
and the Right lion. A J Dal four hobU
tho ollkc In his stead.
The Salisbury family, limited, noto
rious for selfishness and nepotism, re'
ment despite tho resignation of tho
head of the family, Lord Salisbury, of
tho Premiership Salisbury, In retlr
Inc. characteristically nominated Hal
f I tight Is not known here
The Dawson dispatch makes the stilt
further singular statement tint the
PUUNENE TEAM DRAWS
OUT OF THE LEAGUE
.ub. c. .""-"""' "" """ " ,Poitland hud sailed for Port Town
four, bis nephew, as his successor la I I wl)gn Bho ,oft th9 iU An
P. O. Box ots. Til i
THE OLDEST CH.. SE FlR.M IN HONOLULU.
OmImi It FlM S Iki all Gun llD.ci CMotM and Jt;ait OooJl ol All Klalt
no-til Nauiou itTMl
JO she expected to return to San I'ran
ilsio, her home port
I The steam wbakr Thrasher was In
I Ilcrlng strait, off Cape Prince of Wales
on Juno JO. Up to that date so the
Thrashers mnstei reported to Captain
four's suucsslon to bis uncles pust
has postpomd.lf It does not utterly de
troy .Mr Chamberlain's ambition to bo
Chamberlain Is reported tonight to
be blttcrl) disappointed at llalfour'
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prcicrmen. , m pum u, u,,u-. ot ilc steamship Oregon-nelth-
ers arc Indignant Chamberla n a hope Portlon.1 bad passed
for the Premiership was based ion s,u- rtrau ,
ceedlng Salisbury for bo Is getting old possible, howeu r that the
anu rnnnoi expect .o i , ,,ortlilll(I touM lunc corat. ,,rogh tho
ascetic like llalfour who Is two decade. . daj nm, mm,e 8, Mcluic, ,,y lllc
ounger. ,, Ut she had ccr reason to pro-
The kingdom regardless of poll lea K hcr ,,,.., an ,
expected ami ucsircii uuu v-namucr nnllJrintli to go to St Michael
That Is tin confusing feature of tho
dlsiutih Thin again the steamer
lain should succeed Sallsbur), but the'
populace was not considered b) tho
supreme selllshncss of the Cecil family
limited, and Its selfish monopolization,
of tho greatest posts In the (5ovcrn
ment Chamberlain Is u commonci.'
not u man of the nanowlng governing
class, nevertheless the massis expect
ed and desired him to succeed Sails
th strongest man In the present
h 1. n - limn (hn nnnnlnalnti
"Z "'..'.". ".,". , ....... :,.. i beard from them.
ui iu luu u.-K.a.... "" - lll0 i-ordnmi, according
ULiuiiPU uib iuuij wun iimuiiiuiiMi
(llnchingly to the end and suiiccdcd,
Kllhu Thompson left Nonm Jul) 1,
The Thomson inllcd at luneau yis
tenia) Jul 12 and from that poit
a cable tilegrapb dlsp.iteh was sent
bj IXput) Collector of Customs Sbep-
ard. stating that the Thomson's oil!
ml hfm to Riipreeil Sails. " . , cue vvamnpus hum
se all recognize him to b ' "P0""1 tl,a,t n,eM,7 ' IP v " li 1 he ' '"'"
se an recognize mm 10 . . j p ,ai, nrrUcil nt Nolne .
it man In the present Minis-1 .,,,, ,,,, ,,,, iicnin, to pu) w
No news, absolutel) none had been
to all ac
counts, was driven through ISerlng
straits Juno I That was the last day
Chamberlain Is personally unpopular """" """.' ......"a,",';,.
with the governing class and the arl8. J o hw
tocracy especlall) unpopular with the r a mM
old Tories, who regard him still as ,"
radlcat at heart desplto the fact t hat , ansiu;-( blUj ., 9
Hsr "u" th dlsMk hlm beca "Z " ' af """ '" ,te bC,'Cf "
, hi. ..n nn.l In.lnt.nn In l,h.,C'- t0 haX0 8CCI1 ''" -T,,J S rC1'0rt . Ijllialnn W 111 llOt gO llOOIl CrOW HCll
- i nvi nntni milt i frm nil i iii'v unuiit .
..v.s, ... ...... .-- .-.-. - r wiin iiDnurs
ly camo tuird or lounn naiui
Tho Dawson adMtea niako no men-
Attacked By Case of " Cold Feet "-
Morning Stars Still Remain Un-
Defeated Lahaina Has
Wnlliihti Jul) 19 The Mornln-.
Stnrs ill feated the Maul Alerts at Well
park, Wnlluku last Sunda). Jul) 11
b) a score of .'J to 8 with an Inning to
spare The Stars still take the lead na
the) have not lust a game )it.
Tho Puuneres hac withdrawn from
the league and will not llnlsh the sihe
dule g lines so their unexpected action
somewhat Interferes with the srhedul
id games Owing to some reason best
known to themseUes, the Puuuenci
Imo glen up all hopis If eer tiny
bad an), of winning n single game in
the b igue series and will hereafter bu
classed among tho disinterested spei"
Although neither the Wnlkapilfl nor
tho Maul Alerts hae cor defeated
the Morning Stars nnd ccn their com
bined forces wilt probahl) attain no
better result. ct the) still hno hopes,1
and hale not )tt been tnken possession
of b) cold feit " The public there-1
fore glories In their innnl) nttltud'j
and having the spirit of true sports
men In them the) billcic while there,
is life there Is hope.
The struggle to defeat the Morning I
I Stars ma) be a nln attempt hut It Is
I among the possibilities, and Wills)
park will run wild with enthusiasm .f
the hope Is attaimd
. ... .. . ..,. .-. .'
I tomorrow niirriiiiou. .mi) .u i
match gime will be pla)nl between
the WalUapus and laihalnas nt WilU
ihalnns bale been of Hlo
Itb Wailuku's crack
teams and liming defeated the nine
from Moloknl nnd elsewhere latily. t
these h lories lnne Inspired them with
the belief that cicn the Morning1
Stars would go down In Ignominious
defeat If the) (the Lahalnas) wcra
onl) given the opportunity to cios
bats with them on any diamond
The Walkapus will therefore try
their luck with the athletic sons of 1,1-
HOTTER PLAGE I
V HONOLULU 11
Hut no such comfort there as an
Wb) melt and suffocate w.ien for
$15 00 Invested In nn electric desk fan
)ou can hae genulno cool comfort?
Think about It and telephone to us.
Hawaiian Electric Co. Ltd.
KING STRIlirr, NUAR ALAKDA.
TllL. MAIN :il)0
We wIhI to notify thoHC Intending to innkc
on exhibit at the A1CRCIIANTB' ASSOCIA
TION HAIR, tlint we are prepurctl to - -
RENT TRANSCENDENT LAMPS OF 500 C. P.
fop the occasion at n very low rntc, and
will nttenil to the llghtlngnnd care of lumpH.
Chcnper unci better tlinn electricity.
WASHINGTON LIGHT CO.
C. W. MACHARLANC, Mnnnfier
Repair work of all kind done with
neatness and on short notice.
ter personalities In ckbate.
While nominally tho sovereign np
points the Premier, as a matter of fact
The line-up will be ns follows:
Walkapus Ceo II Cummlngs.
po nis me rreniier, as a niacier ui iaci, . ,. ,,,,i in inun' " - ,.
he retlrlnii Premier nominates his "0" ot t,,e Jca,lle- l'Po-eil to Iuino Ccaptaln. Ch is Thompson, p ; W II.
successor fhe so" erclgn asking "'' ""l-rlsoned In the sin.o pack Ice I , , s Klln)li ,,, .
fetTZ Preinlr who' he shaU call to , There were ahout 1.0 pas.c ugers on the , , 0lolI , . r.
succeed him. Salisbury and llalfour I lor"au'1- . . Scarle.f J Walwalole. rf . McolU.
surrced him. Salisbury and llalfour
recognize Chamherlaln s genius and
1 Vain Killer the old and veil known , I.ihalnas
omclal notlie of the resignation to remed) has acquired a worm wide re
state that Chamberlain was consulte.l nuwii for the cure of sud. on colds
,, .. i ,. m. . toughs t ti wi'iik Etomach, lndlges
regarding he succession I Cham- M Qr , , Uu) ,,,.
beilaln pockits this disappointment ho ,)0We, t()m,,nnt marrhoca nnd d)sen
will be the one man besldo the throne tcly t lilb 0 nunc of Its good name
In the llalfour Ministry. by repeated trials but contlnuea to
Ilaltom will undoubtcdl) receive n occup) a prominent position In oviry
peerage nnd go to tho House of Lends family medicine dust Avoid substl
while Chamberlain will becomo tbu ' 1Icb there Is but one Pain Killer. Per
n,l ), flncorn. ry 1V1 iriic. ;ac uuu 6
IM McCnnn, e (raptaln);
P INplnda p W Iliirhunnn lb , Jno
Jose 2b , Knllkoole, 31) , Win Morris
m Poloka cf Nllhaii rf I i:plu
Itinr Admlril Louis Kcmpff nfter
two )uiih scrvlie on the AbI itlc Sta
I Hon has u polled to the Nav) Depart
leader of the party
ment mouthpiece In the Commons re
taining his Colonial Serretarshlp
It Is stuted that Salisbury's retire
ment was practically arrnnged at an
nudlence with the King n month ago,
to be coincident with Ills Mnjcst)
coronation, but the King's Illness In
terfered with tin so plans, and com
pelled Sallsbur) to wait till Ills Majes
ty was sufflclcntl) recovered to attend
to stute business
Despite tho iiiloglums In tho news
papers this morning, Mr Chamberlain
Is a bitterly disappointed man If ho
does not relinquish his ambition to
tho Premiership ho will havo to sup
press It for )ears. for tho Ceills aio
notorlousl) n long-lived fumlly, cling
ing to oftlco as tenaciously as to life
Pcoplo who know Chamberlain marvel
If ho will uncomplainingly pocket this
most recent snub at the hand of the
Washington, Jul) 13 Tho np
polntmeul of Mr llalfour to the Un
glish Piemlersblp will not result In
nil) change In tho existing relations
hctweui (heat llrltaln and tho United
Slates This Is the opinion of tht
Stalo Depailment officials, who ex
piessed the opinion that Mr IlaUoui
will be as much dlspoicd as was his
predeccsdor, IajuI Salisbury, to con
tlnue the file mil) relations bctwinu
tho two countries.
Home lul) 1.1 Lord Sallslmn a
leslguutiou of the lirltlsh Premiership
has pioducid licit- u feeling of ugict
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