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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, It. T.. TUESDAY. JULY 22, 1902.
MONDAY, JULY 21st
MORE BARGAINS THIS
Our weekly bargain sales are gaining In popularity and deserted
1y so Ladles And that they cin buy standard nnd staple goods at n
Mg discount liy attending these sales. We will diminish our stock In
tli.s manner until wo move to our new store, nnd It will pay ott to
watch every chance. This week wo have many special Inducement!;,
among which are the following: 1mf,jjU
Pretty stripes and figures. Width
28 Inches and very nltrnctlve. Reduced
from 20c per yard to
7 Yards for SI.OO,
FINE DRESS SATEEN
Very handsome French Sateen
largo nrlcty of colors. Width
Inches. Reduced from 33c to
20c Per Yard,
Great assortment of colors and pret
ty patterns. Width 29 Inches. Reduced
from 7 yards for $1.00 to
11 Yards for $1,00
MUSLINS AND DIMITIES
Excellent bargains In this fine. Pret
ty materials and largo assortment. Re
duced from 20c jnrd 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
HERRING-HALL-MARVIN SAFE CO'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.
WHlWilllll IN m
IIUI KU0K0A IS NOW
AT WORK IN EARNEST
Preamble ReferredBack to Commiteee
For Revision --Committee Appointed
By Prince Cupid As
At n meeting of the I f til KuoKoa In
1'oMcr hill last cenlng, the commit
tee on constitution reported as follows-
Honolulu, July 21. 1U02
To the President and Members, of the
Gentlemen Your committee on
constitution, rules nnd regulations
herewith submit pioposed constitution,
rules etc, tthh.li It recommends bo
made the basis for organization, the
same to be ratified or amended b) the
FINALLY ON PLACE
Honolulu Received 12 Vole3 While
Hilo Only Secured 7 Plans For
Gathering In Committee's
At a meeting of the Tcrrltorlnl Cen
tral (ommlttee of the Ilepublh nn pait)
last night lu headquarters It was de
cided to hold the Territorial I'ranoit
Hun In this Lit) , beginning with Mnn
du), September 1. at 111 oilixk lu the
morning. 'Ilieie were twelve voles for
Honolulu und seven for Hilo Those
piosent nt the meeting were tin follow
ing Itobeilson. rishrr. C'ribbe turns
Cooke McCandlcs, Towse, Wlnitun
Huddj nnd Waterhouse In person 1)
isHPT v n
VA w. oullnit
M HPSI v, ibupplnff
I Dottlrd at the rSmfiRw
m Hrewcry. vulj
M BRtttlMJCO., U If
M Mllwiikte.Wll. QUI
lconentlon to be held for nominating pro) McStocker of Olaa, b I'lshvr.
Delegate to Congress, etc. Hldgcwii) of Hilo, by Jones, Hstip of
Wo recommend that authority bo Honokaa. bj Crnbbe, Renter of liana
'glen the executive lOinnilttee.througli b) Cooke, .McC.mn of Lahnlnn b) Me-
I Its president, to (It the date, place and Cnndless, Hcnton of Honoullull. b)
representation for n contention as
We further recommend giving the ex
ecutive committee power to formulato
plans for co-operation with other poli
tical elements In the Territory, sub
ject to approval by the Territorial con
tention Respectfully submitted,
J. II. WISH.
K. S. MAIIAUM'.
Proposed Constitution of the Kuoko.t
Wherein, More than two years hate
elapsed since the Congress of the Unit
Huddy, Fandow of Walmea, - W'atci
house, llrandt of Walmea b.v Klslier
Wlllard of Mime, by Robertson and
Atkinson, bj Crnbbe.
A petition from tho Second Preilnri
of tho Tourtli District, favoring tho
cniplojmcnt of only American citizens
on the public works wns presentid and
referred to the executive committee
J. I' Cooke stated that Scn.Vor Paris
of Knllun lnd asked for Information
icgardlng the naturalisation laws II"
wished to know If Judge IMings could
hold iiiurt between terms for naturali
zation purposes, or whether u special
term was lequlred. This was a mut-
tei that should be looked Into A spe-
Hoffschlaeger Co., Ltd.
Ring Street, near Bethel.
a.I anta iin.eml lii nrt-fi-il,. Art Ira
tU lUlva ramirii .,i. wt...,i. .. - .
'ntlng out of these Islands the Terrltor) , ilal term should lie secured If possible
of Hawaii, aud, as Mr Paris had a large number 01
Whereas, the first Legislature of tho1 Poituguese and others who wished to
Tcrrltorv failed to make tltectlvo the' be naturalized
provisions of said act permitting thol Tho vote on the place of holding tho
crecuon 01 me iriitiiiiuim. timcium
s stem of government lu these Islands;
Whereas. Owing to such failure and
the fact that tho majority of both
houses was composed of Hawaiian,
the capacity of the native Itawallans
for self-government has been seriously
Whereas, Tho agreements reached
among the dominant element In the
Homo Rule party, by which tho presi
dent thereof Is to pass on all candidates
before nomination, and,
Whereas, Such a eourso Is subversive
of those rights of the person touihsaf-
ed us under the constitution of tho
L'nlttd States, now, therefore, be It
Resolved, Ry the delegates of the
Kuokoa party, In convention assembl
ed that we deploie the conditions
vvhli h prevent our further limitation
with the Home Rule party.
That wo heiebj pledge our faith In
the ultimate triumph of those princi
ples which lie at the foundation of pop
That wo pledge our earnest effort to
create In this Terrltori clean, respon
sible, honest government, through wise
legislation by competent men, legalit
ies of previous political nlllllatlon.
Resolved, That wo heartily Invito tho
co-opcratlou of all voters In this Ter
ritory who believe In count) nnd muni
cipal government as the means for ele
vating this community's standard,
mora 1 1), socially and politically
Article I Organization A non-par-tlEun
political patty Is hcieby created
thioughout tho Territory for tho pur
poses set forth In tho preamble hereto
Article II Name This political or
ganization shall be known as the Kuo
Article III. The purpose of the party
Is to effect tho changes of government
requlied by the vast mujorltj of tho
September convention was as follows
Tor Hilo McStoiker, lthlgcwa). Hs
tep, Walpullanl, Kiihaulello, Huddy.
U ran dt 7.
Tor Honolulu Renter. MeCann, At
kinson, Towse. Cooke, l'lshcr, Jones,
Renton. Winston, Saudow, Palmer.
Chairman Robertson did not tote.
The arrangements for the contention
were left to the executive committee. It
Is probable Hint tho gathering of tho
Republicans will be held In Poster Hall.
nations within nft da)s after tho
The pieamble was sent back to the
committee) for revision and the con
stitution was then adopted
Thcro wns passed also a resolution
empowering the appointment of a lem
luoiur) executive committee to seivo
I until the convention meets with power
to appoint committee and manage tho
party, to bo govcrnid b) tho consiitii
tlon Prime Cupid lis ehnlrman of the
meeting appointed the following' Pies-
i ldent. Prlnco J Kalaiiiannole. D Kn-
I nulla. J K Clark. J K Nakookoo. M
I L. Kaalkaula, S Kllclopu J W. Ulpl
kiine, W. 1' Hrv lug. A St C. Pilau din.
I M. K. Keohokaluolc. I' W Heckle) and
C. A. Long was elected treasuter The
icport of the committee on organiza
tion, telling of tho woik that had been
done, wns referred to tho executlto
SPECIAL RATES FOR
A FAMILY RESORT.
Cottages and pleasant
rooms, America!) and Kit
ropean Plan. Excellent
Culstno nnd Service. Spe
cial weekly or monthly
nest of Surf Rathlng nnd
Canoeing all tho year
round. Hot nnd Cold Wa
ter Hatha. Douffct, Liv
ery, Electric Lights.
L. II. DEE. Proprietor.
Ring up Phono Red 71.
PLUMBING AS AN ART
STEBIViMJ ' ' " Z '- - T - S '. "' f MTyaBMI
BATH'S PLUMBING ESTABLISHMENT.
Interior View; Located at 165 King Street, opposite Young Building.
MR i: R RATH was formerlv located on ltlehnrds street but on ac
count of n rnpldl) growing TmisIiioss wns crowded out there, and now has fit
ted up one of tho most modern nnd flnel) appointed show rooms ami shops
In the Islands
A large force of experienced mm Is emploved, and Mr Hath has had
mnn ears' experience In .the plumbing business.
A full line of the world famed Douglas Closets are carried, which aro pro
vided with either high or low tanks ns seen In the cut, nnd aro ns near
noiseless In their operation as closets can bo made They aro constructed
on the svphon principle which mnl os n strong suction that thoroughly
washes the bowl These closets are sold under n vvtltten guarantee, and nro
nlso guaranteed ngalnst leakage, no charge being made for repairs.
A line of rolled rim enameled Path Tubs are on hand ns well ns open
lavatories These are hlghl) Sanitnr: floods and (Tie connections aro nick
el malting them artistic In appearance
One of the latest Improved Wash Travs mav be seen on exhibition.
These goods are nil connected with the cit) vvnter mains and mn be Been
lu full operation nt the store The public arc Invited to call and mako In
spection of these goods
Mr Hath will call ami give figures on work nt an) time Ho also gives
nil work Intruste-d to him his perse nal supervision
TELEPHONE WHITE 41.
Wo nro now pa)ing especial atten
tion to catering to Pninily Parties, Re
ceptions, Weddings, etc., nnd tho suc
cess that has attended our efforts to
please, together with our reputation
for serving tho best that tho market
nffcrds. Is a sufficient gunrantca that
wo will glvo ou perfect satisfaction.
Wo have tho finest dlsplny of tho
btter grndo of BAKERY GOODS and
fine CHOCOLATES and BON BONS
ever put on exhibit here; wo also can
rv HUYLER'S CANDIES and LOW
NEY'S CHOCOLA I ES and BON BONS
HOTTER PLACE I
11 THAN j
Hut no such comfort there as an
THE ELITE ICE CREAM PARLORS
FAUMHR8' IN8TI l'lITE.
Copies of the following announce
ment of the rnrmcis' Institute to bo
held here during tho fair, wcro sent
out jcsteida) b) Sccietary Van Dine
Honolulu, Hawaii Jul) 21, 1902.
Dear Sli The Tanners' Institute of
Haw nil will hold Its next regular meet-
It,,- Mrmdtiv nfiilii!- lulv ?V I'lO" 111
t oteis, In such manner as will least nf-ll(,Y M . A i,ai ut Honolulu.
feet establish Industries, to formulato, . ,,,. ..,.,, iinH i,ri.n flr.
legislation for this purpose accepting . , mem,,t.la of thu ,,,.
tho experiences of the older States ami nm, 1)Brg llltprcslul , the Bgrl.
Tnmltnii An tt tliA tin nn no ri tritliln I ..
ie. mui.rj ui i.,u v...".. ""' "V . cultuial development of Hawaii aro
hoping tnereny to evolve an -".,,.,.,, , ,,0 preSellt Hon S II Dole
economic business-like s) stem of eon-, ao,cno, ,)f llttH i,llB ensented to
ducting eonimunlty nrfalrs To so alter lu H all(lreiis- M, Jnred O. Smith
our educational sjstem that the )outh n M 10 glo f)f ,-nrra(;lli ,.
iTi-niii fn ninira usinm iiirnn mr ' .
4IIM3 biUll iu MlitU o vaiHtv "e.t .
P O. Doz wj. Tl. it
WI3XTC3r XWO CJEHAJOV
THE OLDEST CHi. E FIRM IN HONOLULU.
OmIiii Is Flit S Iki til Ortii Llnioi. CnlMit ml JiptDttt Ooli ol ill Kltlt
taking part In the future development
of the Tenltorv
Article IV Membership All male
citizens of the Tcrrllor) who aro vote-is
or eligible to become voters at the iieU
regular election may become meinbeis
of this party b) signing this constitu
tion, with the lilies and regulations, In
the pieclnct In which they reside.
Prom this point on, tho constitution
Is the same as that offered In tho Homo
Rulo convention nnd rejected. Theie Is
to be an executive commltteo of thlity
'members and a central committee of
I seven ono member fiom each district
and the president me provision is
stitute Mr II) rou O Clark of Wahla
wa. Mr Frank lluchholtz of Hoopuloa
South Kona, and others will piesent
papers on the possibilities of the ngrl
eultmal development of these Islands.
Each topic will bo followed b) a dis
cussion 'I lie discussion will be made
an lmpoitaut p.ut of the piogram,
D. L. VAN DINE.
DURABLE and ACCURATE
.,... . . Phitldetphll.U.S A
America's Oldest nnd
Largest Watch Factory
For snlo by
The Principal Watch
MiK. tl a -.
Wh) melt and suffocate tr.ien for
$1ji Invested In an electric desk fan
)oii can have genuine cool comfort?
Think about It and telephone to us.
Hawaiian Electric Co. Ltd.
KING 8TRBUT, NHAR ALAKIIA.
TBL. .MAIN at)0
Tools, Materials nnd Findings used
by Watchmakers Jewelers nnd kin
dred trades go to
Room 303 Boston Building, over Henry
May 4 Co., Fort St, near King.
F W. lleardslee.
Oeo. W. Pago.
, O. Box III
Hilo, Jul) 18 Reports fiom tho
Kona dlstilct are to tho effect that bus'
tio-fit NsntDU llTMl,
made that the membeis need not live Iness condlllons nro Impiovlng Tho
In tho districts they represent Ttieio manageim nt of tho Kona Sugar Co by
is also provision for precinct oiganlza- tho lecelver Is said to bo highly satis
tlon and n Teirltorlal convention fncto) to the peoplo who nro ciedltors
within thlit) da) 8 after primaries on of tho compaii) Tho n editors nro bo
the first Wednesday In July, and ills- lug paid off as rnpldl) ns possible.
trlct contentions for legislative noml- Tribune.
BEARDSLEE & PAOE
Architect! unci Uulldertt.
Offices, i:ilto building, Honolulu, T. H
Sketches and Correct Kttlintfi tut
nlihfd on Short Notice,
OK ALL. KIKDB.
Dealers in Lumber and Coal,
Alton 5c Robinson,
Oueon Utreot, Honolulu
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marxct. Our experience with It teaches "us that we cannot recom
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satisfactory, why not try ours7 We deliver it.
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