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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, II. T. THURSDAY, JULY 24, 1902.
MONDAY, JULY 21st
MORE BARGAINS THIS
Our weekly bargain sales aro gaining In popularity and deserved
ly so Ladles find that they cin buy standard and staplo goods at a
big discount by attending these sales. Wo will diminish our stock In
tins manner until wo movo to our new store, and It will pay ou to
watch every chance. This week wo hao many spinal Inducements,
among which aro tho following:
Pretty stripes and figures. Width
28 Inches and ory attractive. Reduced
from 20c per yard to
7 Yards for $1.00.
FINE DRESS SATEEN
Very handsome Trench Sateen In
large arlcty of colors. Width 31
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 line. Tret
ty materials and largo assortment. Re
duced 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
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.
P. O. Boi wj. Til. .1
7ViaXTC3r VSTO 03E3LL:Kr
THE OLDEST ClI.. VSE FIRM IN HONOLULU.
OuUii I. Flu 3 Ik. 1 On.. Lh CoIhim ml J.pto... Qoo J il All Elsit
u-it NouAoa iItmU
DEPARTS FOR THE NORTH
Transfer to American Registry Occa
sion for Pretty Ceremony Marie
Peary Hoists the FlagAn
New York. ,IuI 13. The Peary Arc
tic steamship Windward arrived at
Jersey City toda and will bo Into com
mission nnd depart for the north to
morrow The Windward came down
under her own steam in the early
morning from Now burs, N. Y, where
for the last two months she has been
icielvlng new equipment of boilers and
iniihlncry, making tho tun In very
creditable time and with a ery satis
factory performance of the new engine.
The ceremony of transfer from the con
tractor to the I'eary Club was very
simple. The Stars and Stripes having
been hoisted for the first time at thu
peak, under the special act of Congress
signed by the lato President McKlnley,
allowing an American registry to thn
Windward. Ilttlo Mario I'eary, daugh
ter of the explorer and the most north
ern born child In the world, hoisted
to the forctrucl; the club pennant de
signed by hciself, and also displayed
for tho first time Tho emblem la
simple, jet cffectlvo and appropriate.
with two long, narrow red stripes, each
bordered on the Insldo by white; a trl-
lingular blue Held bears the white
, Initials "I A C ." tho combination
Introducing tho national colors In
strong ct legible combination, which
cm be read a long distance.
The Windward slnco her arrival In
New York thrcn months ago has been
completely changed, and will go north
' ns a full-powered, completely equipped
and thoroughly commodious ship foi
j Arctic work.
The new engine Is n "steeple com
pound," all parts being mado excep
tionally strong for work In tho Ice,
with every modern Improvement, and
is expected to give a speed of ftom
'sc.ven to eight knots, equal to that of
tho fastest of the Newfoundland seal
I Ing fleet and nearly three times that
'possible, with the discarded boiler and
engine. Tho Windward will coal at
' Sydney, C. 11 , nnd proceed north
through tho Straits of Belle Isle, touch
I Ing at Uodhaven and possibly at Upcr
inavlk I During today the members of tin
, I'eary Arctic Club and many guests
I visited tho Windward, Inspecting with
much lnlirest the quarters which Mrs
Peary and Miss Peary will occupy In
their northern voage, and much more
tho little cabin In which they spent
eight long months Imprisoned In th
Ice at Pujer Ilarboi.
Tho foiward decks of the Windward
wcro busj today, slnco stores for a jear
and additional supplies for the Jcnsou
station at Cumberland Sound were be
ing stored, that the departure might
bo effected ut the earliest possible mo
ment Tho Windward, a 320-ton bark, Is
easily tho most interesting and his
toric of all tho Arctic craft now afloat,
ilulll at Sunderland, England, In 1803
It was for moio than u quarter of a
ccntnij emplojed In the Uundeo and
Pcterlund 'whulo fisheries Purchasnd
In 1S94 b) Alfred C. lLirmsworth, who
took the Juckson-llurmsworth expedi
tion to l'ranz Joseph Land, being Im
prisoned In tho Ice mar Cape l'loru
for the winter
'lho Windward, commanded by Cap
tain John Hartlett. sailed from New
York for tho North July i, 1898, parted
company with her consort, tho Hope,
Captain Samuel W. Hartlett. for Etuh,
North Greenland, August IL', und spent
tho following winter fast In tho Ice ot
Allmnn liny bieaklng out early lu
Aimust. IS!)!), and Joining the Diana
i (tho auxiliary ship) at VAah, August
1.', returning to llrlgus, N. V Ex
tcnslvo icpalrs weio mado to thu hull
and machinery early In tho spring of
1000, and Julv 20, commanded bj Cap
tain Samuel W Hartlett, balled from
Sjdnej. with Mis Peary on board, ulsn
Mutlc Pcai), foi the north, and except
a repoit from Oodhavcn, August IS,
nothing further was heard fiom her
until tho uiilvul of tho i:rik, tho
auvlllary ship of 1901, at Ktah, August
i The Windward hod spent the eight
months from September to July fast In
tho Ico of I'ajer Hnibor, near Cape
Sabine, and spent a month, as soon as
extricating hciself, In a successful wal
rus hunt in the Inglefleld (lulf Ho
turning at the end of the season prnc-
.lUally uudir sail for thno knots, with
. fa vol able wind and tide, the utmost
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ITALY AND RUSSIA IN
BONDS OF FRIENDSHIP
Visit of the King Believed to Have
Been Occasion for Discussing Armaments-Possibilities
ing Peace of Europe.
St Petersburg. Jul) 13 Empunr
Nicholas II wearing tho clialn of the
Order of the Annunseiln; tho Czaio
witch the Russian Grand Dukes C'oii'.l I
I.amsdorff. tho Minister of Coiolgn U 1
fairs the other Cabinet Ministers nnd
a. number of officers gtcelcd King Ic
tor Emmanuel of Italy upon his anlval
at the rallwn) station hero nt I 30 this .
afternoon Preceded by a band plajmg
the Italian national anthem, a guaid nl
honor escorted Their Majesties to the
palace vvhero thu Czarina nnd tna
Dowager Empress welcomed King Vic
tor A banquet lu hoifor of the ioal
guests was given In tlic ball of Peter
the Great In tho palace, at which the
Cabinet Ministers, tho members of the
Italian Embassj and hign court dlgiH
tnrlcs were present Count Lamsdorff,
ut the Czar's command, handed to Slg
nor Prlnettl, Italian Minister ot Tor
elgn AfTnlrs, who accompanied the
King, the Insignia of tho Order of St
AJexanuer New sky.
The offlc Int pipers extend to Kluy
ictor Emmanuel n sympathetic greet
ing declaring that tho Interests of
Russia and Italy'nrc antagonistic In no
At the banquet the Czar, In foisting
the King said.
"It Is with lively and deep satisfac
tion that we greet Your Mnjestj, and
It Is especially agreeable to us that
Your Majesty has begun his travels uy
visiting us. The whole of Ilussla sees
therein a fresh proof of tho lion Is ut
true friendship which unite us nnd
identities Itself with our sentiments.
These feelings of mutual sjmpathy
which aro Increasingly npparcnt be
tween our two pcoplci favor the devel
opment of thu most deslrublo relations
nnd Interests of tho two countries. I
thank jour Majesty sincerely for jour
visit, and (raise my glnss to tho glory
nnd happiness of jour august person
of Queen Helene, of tho Queen Dowa
ger nnd of tho whole rojnl family. I
drink prosperity to Italy
Thu band then played the Italian an
them. King Victor Emmanuel In rt
I thank Your Mnjestj for jour hear
ty welcome and for the gracious woids
with which J ou have refirrod to me, to
in couutrj und to the ties of peisoml
friendship whit h heartllj unite us The
good relations which have long existed
between Hussln nnd Itul) make mv vis
It especially agiteable to me I ionic
to St Petersburg with the approval il
my people, who penclve In tho closet
drawing together In these bonds a
flesh pledge of peace and ptospciltj.
I raise my gluso In honor ol join Im
perlnl Mnjestj. to the glorj of tho Gov
ernment nnd the prospvrltj ot Ilussla
to the impress Maria and to the 13m
moss Alexaudia, as well as to the
whole Imperial family."
Tho Russian anthem was then rcn
dercd by tho band
Home, July 13. It Is learned from i
high source that ono of the principal
discussions between King Victor Em
manned nnd tho Czar will bo tho reduc
tion of armaments. The presence ol
the King nt St Poteisbuig anil the io-
establishment of frleniTl) relations bo
tween I'rnnco nnd iTnly nre held to
prove that the dual nnd triple alliance!
have lost their oiiglnal antagonistic
character, and that then font the mo
ment Is propitious for the diecusslon
of dlsnrmanVnt Tho Italian papers
recognlzo tho fact tint the visit of the
King to tho Czar marks the Introduc
tion of u now ami essentially peaceful
clement 111 Eiliopcnn polities.
LOISO MILMIiK'K POSITION.
C 2? if
That's the Stuff!
rf t rT" I A
The RLXK of the day.
Bottled at the Brewery.
Fred Mil'cr Brewing Co. Milwaukee.
Hoffschlaeger Co., Ltd.
King Street, near Bethel.
SPECIAL RATES FOR
A FAMILY RESORT.
Cottages and pleasant
rooms, American and Eu
ropean Plan. Excoltent
Cuisine and Service. Spe
cial weekly or monthly
Dcst of Surf Tlathlng and
Canoeing all tho year
round. Hot and Cold Wa
ter Baths. Bouffct, Liv
ery. Electric Lights.
L. II. DEE, Proprietor.
King up Phono Red 71.
PLUMBING AS AN ART
London, July 1G. The Diily Tele,
graph tlalniH to have authority In de
ny rumors which lire current of the, up
proaihlng resignation of Lord M liner
Governor of thu Transvaal and of tho
Orange lllvcr Colony and British High
Commissioner lu South Africa Thuru
Is sajs tho Telegraph, no Immcdli'o
prospect of such n cuntlngcncj
Wo aro now paving especial atten
tion to catering to family Parties, Re
ceptions, Weddings, etc., and the buc
crss that has attended our efforts to
please, together with our reputation
for serving tho best that tho market
affcrds. Is a sufficlenf guarantco that
wo wilt give joti perfect satisfaction.
Wo have tho finest display of tho
bttcr grado of BAKERY GOODS and
fine CHOCOLATES nnd BON BONS
ever put on exhibit hero; wo nlso car
rv HUYLER'S CANDIES nnd LOW
NEY'S CHOCOLAl ES and BON BONS
THE ELITE ICE CREAM PARLORS
DURABLE and ACCURATE
The Keystone Watch Case Co.
.IT...).-.. i PMUdolphla.U.S A.
America's Oldest nnrl
Largest Watch Factory
For snlo by
Tho Principal Watch
Tools, Materials and Findings used
by Watchmakers, JcwclorH and kin
dred trades, go to
Room 303 Boston Building, over Henry
May & Co., Fort St., near King.
K W. BcardBlue,
Ofo. W. Pago
When your Joints aro stiff nnd J'our
muscles soro from cold or rheumatism,
when von slln and snrnln a iolnt. strain
thnl tho engines could do, the Wind- jour siJo or bruise jourself, PAIN-
wnrd wlnleied nt Brlgus, arriving In
New Yoik March 20.
TO CURE A COLO IN ONE DAY
Take Laxative Uromo Quinine Tablets.
All druggists refund tho money If It
falls to cure. 11. W. Orovo's signature
li on each box. 26 cents.
kit. Mill will take out tho soreness
and fix jou right lu a Jltfj-. Alvvnj-s have
It with j on, and uio It freely Avoid
Rlllistltntns ttmrn la lull nnn l'.lln.Iflll.
1 cr, Perry Davis'. Prlco 25c and 50e.
Pow of tho pc-oplo In St Plerro woro
pure black, and most of them showed
ouly a trace of colored blood.
BEARDSLEE 5fc PAOF
ArchltcctH and Uutlders.
Offices, Elite building, Honolulu, T. H
Sketche and Correct fc.nmn- '
nlihml on Short Notion
OK ALL K1NUU
Dealers in Lumber and Coal
Vllon Sfc RoblriHon
CJuAn Htrt Monnii.
Imp i lLLiS
BATH'S PLUMBING ESTABLISHMENT.
Interior View; Located at 165 King Sireet, opposite Young Building.
MIL E It MATH was formerly located on Ulchaids street but on ac
count of a rapidly growing Tiuslness was crowded out there, and now has fit-te-d
up one of the most modern and flmlj appointed show rooms nnd shops
In the Islands
A laige force of experienced men Is emplojed and Mr Bath has had
many j ears' experience In tho plumbing business.
A full line of the world famed Douglas Closets nre carried which are pro
vided with either high or low tanks, ns seen In tho cut. nnd aro as near
noiseless In their operation ns closets can be mado. They are constructed
on the sjphon principle, which mnlc-s a strong suction that thoroughly
vvosbes the bowl These closets aro slid under n written guarantee, nnd nro
also guaranteed against leakage, no chirgo being made for repairs.
A line of rolled rim enameled Bath Tubs nre on hand, ns well as open
lavatories These are highly Sanitar: floods, and (Tie connections arc nick
el making them aitlstle In nppcnrar.ee. "
One of tlie latest Improved Wash Trajs may be seen on exhibition,
rheso goods nro nil connected with the cltj water mains nnd may be seen
lu full operation nt tho store. The public aro Invited to call and mako in
spection of these goods
Mr Hath will call nnd glvo figures on work at any time. Ho also gives
all work Intrusted to him his pcrsinal supervision.
TELEPHONE WHITE 41.
THERE IS N
HOTTER PLAGE- I
V HONOLULU 11
Hut no such comfort there as an
Why melt nnd suffocato w.icn for
$15 00 Invested In nn electric desk fan
jou can have genuine cool comfort?
Think about It and telepbono to us.
Hawaiian Electric Co, Ltd.
KING 8TRBET, NEAR ALAK13A.
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You've heard a lot about CRYSTAL SPRING BUTTER lately.
Perhaps your neighbor uses It If so, she will continue to do so, be
cause It Is absolutely reliable, and the best butter In the Honolulu
market. Our experience with It teaches us that we cannot recom
mend It too highly. If the butter you are now using Isn't perfectly
satisfactory, why not try ours? We deliver It.
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Telephone Main 4ft.
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