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nVENINO BULLETIN, HONOIATtAX H. T WEDNnSDAV AIT.. 13 1J02.
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what to find here this week
80 many pretty thing hive been opened that came liy tlio last
steaniT thnt )ott will enjoy seeing them The daintiest gnoils for
summer dresses, hosiery, gloves, etr are all on display on our eoun
ters and we And the greatest pleasure In showing them. Well t-ll
j oil about somo oC them below, but be sure to come to the -store
We have had many calls
for them, so hnve them In
storU now Cool and dr 'S
sy 1 11 street wear
60c a pair
lisle lace hose
d)o and ver) prott laco
35c pair 3 pair SLOP
white lace hose
Id 9 Entirely
35c pair 3 pair SI. 00
NEW WHITE GOODS
Th- most cxanlslto lino ot white goods we have handled See
them displayed on our center counter with prices plainly marked.
Vi r dainty for summer dresses,
several different patterns at fol
7 yards for Sl.00
6 yards for SI. 00
5 yards for Sl.00
4 yards for Sl.00
7 yards for Sl.00
With stripes, 31 Inches wide.
25c per yard
Not ordinary gingham by any
means Don't buy until you oco
the patterns. II road white
stripes on these colors.
PINK 27 Inches wide,
8 yards for Sl.00
for Shirt Waists
handsome patterns In pretty
, BLUE 2S Inches wide.
! 8 yards for $1.00
fill HatSr A
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DRY GOODS COMPANY, LTD.
EX. VENTURA AND NEVADAN
Shrimps, I lb, and 2 lb, tins, "Sea Gull" Fresh Crabs
"Snow Flake" Asparagus, Tomatoes, Corn and Salmon,
Lemon and Chocolate Sugar Wafers, Fresh Turnips,
Salinas and Garnets Potatoes, Enchilados, Tamales,
Olives, Russian Sardines, Anchovies, Holland Herrings,
HATFIELD HOUSE. THE HISTORIC OLD PALACE TO WHICH
LORD SALISBURY HAS RETIRED.
When I.oid S.illsbur) recently threw down tho reins of government nnd
retlicct Horn public lire, lie weiu to one of the lordliest homes In nil Lnglnud
Hatfield Unlive. wlilUi hit been (nr centuries the home of the Cecil. Is quite
worthy nf the nnnie piihro wlileh It bote In the days of Illlrnbeth nnd Mm)
It Is situated In the middle of n great estate In the county of lleitfotd, about
twenty miles fiom I onilnn
Home Rule Platform
To All Party Workers
has Imitators nmc dcilers
will substitute if Jim ilnn t
watch nut He sun ) iu get
Coke, the original cuirnnteeil
cure for DitidrulT, falling hair,
scalp exema, etc A d ivh
on the hair alter hithirg pre
cnts colds, Awarded mtdil
and all honors at Pari I x po
sition over all compttiiirs
SuM Rvrryture. (look about It tree.
u I hf mmlMrii ot
"J lin W I vnn, tn
f Curt A unlrera Ulr
lnri.nii.ti of mil, I il
HrlirMl Hieelnf HeprwpntJUrip
A. U. IIKUMUK CO., CHICAOO.
& Toilet Soap
clems the Imr and riip,
clears the complexion. Gnat
(or the bath.
rou sAi.n iiy nonno.v diivo co.
Fort nnd Kins fits.
HIGH ART PLUMBING
FIRE PROOF SAFES
OUR STOCK OF
SAFE COMPANY'S SAFES
Is as complete as can be found at
any of the branch Mainland offices.
Our delivered prices In Honolulu
will not exceed the net export prices
charged In San Francisco.
Tlieo. H. Davies & Go.Ltd, fijia
ONLY A FEW DAYS
I must close out my stock. No reasonable offer refused, Unheard of
Bargains In all lines going for Almost Nothing. Remember, this record
breaking salo will only last for a fow das 1 hibi r Take Advantage of It.
J GOO KIM, 1116 Nuuanu Street
,, HO, Hoi wj, Til. il
THE OLDEST CHi. HSE FIRM IN HONOLULU.
Copies of the recentl) constructed
Home Hide platform are being distri
buted to members of the party
throughout the Islands. The platform
Is as follows:
The Independent Home Hide party of
the Trirltorj of Hawaii. nscrts as our
fundamental principle the self-evident
truth that all men are created equal In
the ie of the law and are endowed bv
their Creator with ceitaln Inalienable
rights among which nre life, liberty
and pmsiilt of linpplueBS. That Un-
American principles of freedom nnd
llberts hue Mist been entnbllidied hero
In Hawaii b the gie.it Hume Ituler,
Knmehanieba I when bo declared the
Mamalahoe deiree "that the old men,
old women nnd chlldien louhl sleep In
the hlgliniDR without mtilestatlon." tn
be n law In bin lealiu.
'i hereb reitllun tint unshaken be
lief in the (nidln.il ttnets of the Inde
pendint Home H'lle party us it forth
In Its plitfmm of .lime 7. 1U00. and
pledging oiirsele alien to. tontlnued
ndiot.ii of thou gland prltulphs of
human lib rtj We hold that the pur
pose of government Is to secure try
illiren In the enJoiuenl of this rlglit.
We also hold that the true Iheoij tif
polltlis Is thnt the nuuhimo of go-
einment must lie omd and contrtdled
by the dlieit Mites of tin people, and It
should be governed for the people, by
the people .mil of the people "Vo
pnpull. l Dei The olie of the ico
ple Is the oiie of God."
We denounce the centralization of
power In tho bands of n few without
popular vote, as un-icpiiblVau mid un
democratic We believe that all Re
publicans nnd Hi niorrats, the whole
nation ot the United States are alike
home rulers, for they nre governing
their own state affairs by the ill ml
vote of the people.
This parts expiesses Its high nppie
tlatlon of the good will shown by the
Piesldent and all the olllcers of the
Kxe utlve Department of the I'nited
States foi the people of this Terrltoi
in their co-operation with Hawaii's
Delegate. We also give thanks to the
Seuulnrs and Kepiescntutiws of the
seveial States and nln tho DclcgnUs
of the Tinitorles of the I'ulon In Con
gitss for the assistant e vvhlih Ha
waii a Delegate tcielvtd fiom them III
Ills legislative diitlis. With giatitude
we thank the Amiilian people foi the
MndntJS that thej cxpiested for our
Delegate dining the lime lie bad been
e online d to bed b sickliest. That we
also endorse our Delegates effoits and
labois 111 Congiess and do heieby
pledge ourselves to le-elect him ns
such Delegate for the Teirltoiy of Ha
waii foi the CSth Congress, beginning
In Mauli, 190J at the toinlng gencial
election iu NovemlTei (1902) next.
We thank the Congiess or the I'nlt
cil States for enacting a law for the
Just appoitlonment of the membeis of
Cultri la Flai 3 Iks inl Gmi Lltuni
Cblaisi mi Jipaoiu Qooli ot All Ciili
Famous tho World
Over Fully Matured.
the Senile of tho Terrlton giving n
nujorlo to the Independeiit Homo
Hule pnitj iu that branch of the Legis
lature nnd thereby showing Its full
confidence and recognition of the In
dependent Home Hule party.
We endorse the suggestions ruid
lecominendatlons relitlve to this Tcr
iltoij made by the President of the
lilted Slates In his message to Con-gie-ss
and pledge our tt)al support tu
the Administration at Washington, 1)
We approve ami support our Dele-
gale's endeavors befoie Congress to
ipportlon lioinesie.idi to all Ameri
can clti7ens of lln Teriltor) of lla
wull, fiom all giniiniiieiit lands taken
over b) the t'ultiM States.
We denounce all efforts In abridge.
cuit.ill ot illsfianchKi- the n.ivv.illan of
their tight to vote based upon educi
We pledge oui c iiicliil.it s for the
I.cgUlatuie hills iilaliug tu Hie fol
low iug without delaj .
1 'the establishment of countv gov
ernment throughout the Tnrltor
within nlnet) das allei the passage
of the hill pioviillng llieiefm
L'. Ihe est.ibllsiimeiit of munbipnl
government thioiigliiuit Hie Terrilor)
wltliln nluit.v d.ix niter the passage i
of the bill piovidlng Iheicfoi
n The iigiil.itlou of laboi anil the
boms of labor In all bundles of wink.
I. The fuitheilug of the lutucsts of
the f.umeis and (lav laboiers b) gu.u
.intcelng them their w.igis at the end
of each week.
." 1 lie tstabllsliiueut of an agilcul
tural school, iu tho 'liultor and the
setting aside of a sultible appioptln
tlou for this iv oik
K. Labor on goveinmcnt contracts oi
uthiivvlse, ellhei diiect or Indirect
shall be peifiumed b citizens of tho
Tenltor) of Hawaii.
T. Wo demauil that uniform laws lie
lussed for the legtilatlon of tho liquor
S. We pledge ourselves to a conllnu
ntlon of the appropriation for our lie-
U We piotest ngalnst the ail'Jtiary
actions of the Ho ml c Health, and wo
pledgo our candidates In a leslrlctlou
of the same.
10 An appmpilatlon for the pnment
of all claims adjudicated lis the late
Kilo Commission C'ourl should be pass-
,ed li Hie next l.eglsl ilure.
I 11. The Hawaiian language, as n
I branch, to be taught In public schools.
when a mnJorll of Hie patents of the
chlldien attending such schools so
We lierebj pledge ourselves to stand
llimly for equal rights to all lu oidei
that benefits m.i accrue to tho voteis
of the Territory.
Hnih and everj Senator and Itepre
tentative selected b the convention of
the Independent Home Hule pait to
tin Legislature convening on reliru
ai liml, do pleilgi themselves that
jthij must trul) an I f.ilthfull.v piss the
c'liint) and cits government nnd all
laws neeessars as set foi lb iu this plat
form D KU.U'OKALANI
I'lesldent IndepenclLiit Home Hule
JHS!K I' MVKAINVI
McCI.UK li'8 roil AUdUST.
The Vngii'-t Mc Chin s might almor.
he ndveitiMcl nH the book of tho
month 'I hough It Is a tspical mil
summer fiction uunibei anil a tip-top
one, too It manages to llud pine for
a number of striking articles that will
perhaps be even more eagerl) read than
the smiles Professor Angelo llell
prln who. It will lie rimemhcted. was
the llrH man to get to the top of Mont
Pelec nftei the eruption, tells the de
tailed stoi.v of bis explor cllons Prof
llellprln Is one of the foiemost geolo
gists In the country. Ills narrative will
be of the most nlisoiblng lull rest both
to general leadeis and to hi Icntlsts
and Ids conclusions concerning Hie real
mil in o of the ci options will probably
be moie fullj corroboialed by the de
tulled Investigations of the I'lciuh
scientific rommlsslon now em the spot
than tbo.-e of nn other earlv exploier.
The illustrations for the articles
cliavvn b Cieoige Varlan, who accom
panied the authoi on his second ascent
to the eiater. me bv far the best jet
published of Pelce lu eruption One
was diawn less than four feet fiom the
edge of the top eiater probably the
flist diawliig ever published of the In
terior of nn artlvo volcano
As illuminating as it Is hilef Is Lin
coln StefTcns's sketch of John Mitchell.
"A Labor Leader of Toda." Not lu
an) sense u discussion of the merits of
the strike, but n truo and vivid charac
terisation of a man. It Is possibly the
most significant article pertaining to
the labor epiestlon written since tho
outbreak of the strike
'I wo papers of absolute! unique per
gonal experiences nic Siiitos-Diimont s
first .title le on "How I llecanie an Aeio
uaut and .Mis. Tsllka's slur) of the
birth of her b.ibv while the mother
with Miss Llleu M Stone was In tap
tlvlt) among tin- brigands Mr. Sau-tiis-Diinunit
is the oulv living naviga
tor of a dirigible balloon, anil Mis
Tsllka's tpii!cucc the most leuuuk
ihle lint auv woman hns lived thiough
tlnce the siege of the legations In Pe
king. Ilolb in tic li b me ei eptlonalh
well wilttiu M Diiiuunt's with niueli
vlvnelt) and hiimoi, Mrs. 'Isllku's v.llli
slmpio powei and i.nt ldleence.
Tile Ih lion Includes "Cap'n Hob of
the Si learner, ' b) I' lliipklnsoii Smltb
a new stor of an old .ttiiuilutumc
Ihe Life of the Winds of 11 em en ' an
I Id II of the Michigan funsis, b Stew-
ait IMward White; 'riiith us Wnlk 111
Darkness." bj Samuel Hopkins Adams
as good a dog stor as ou will wish to
lead, "How the rallies C'anii In lie
land.' another of Miss Hiimlnle leui
ple tons si rightly stories. In a brogiio
that Is the leal aitlcle, and "The I'inlsli
of Kllzabeth Shuukliu,' u tale of a
Mlstouii Lochlnvar, b It. H Young
The lllustiatlons lie no exception to
the rule that makes a fiction number
the best illustrated of the car.
OATH'S PLUMBING ESTABLISHMENT.
Interior view; Located at 1S5 King Street, opposite Young Building.
This up to date plumbing shop is tin r suit of u v iv rapldl) Increasing
business and was made necessary on n count ol the eiamped quarters for
mer!) oeeupli-d on Hlchards street. To make a display of tho largo nnd
fine stock of sanitary plumbing materials the new shop was opened.
A full line of tho world famed Douglas Closets Is carried, which are pro
vided with cither high or low tanks nnd aro ns near
nolselc ss In their operation a3 closets can bo made. They are constructed
on the s)phnn principle, which mal'os n Ftrong suction tint thoroughly
washes the bowl. These closets aro stld under a written guarantee, anil arc
also guaranteed ngnlnst leakage, no charge being made for repairs.
People today nre pa)lng much nttention to sanitation and sanitary
plumbing Is one of tho requisites In every modern residence. '1 ho BATH
SHOP Is tho lender In sanitary plumbing and )enrg of experience nnd a
large force of capablo workmen enables Mr. Hath to do work equal If not
superior to any other shop In tho Islands.
A lino of rolled rim enameled Path Tubs are on hand, as well as open
livatorles. These nre highly Sanltar: Hoods, nnd (Tie connections are nick
el, making them nrtlstlc In appearance.
One of the latest Improved Wash Trn)s may bo seen on exhibition.
These goods nre nil connected with the city water mains and may be seen
In full operation at tho store. Tho public are Invited to call ana mane in
spection of these goods.
Mr Until will call and glvo figures on work nt nny time. He also gives
all work Intt listed to hlra his perse na supervision
TELEPHONE MAIN 61.
REPROVES FRENCH ADMIRALS.
Pails Jul) SU. Two1 dlstlnguUhcd
naval olTlceis, Vice Admiral de Item
mont Maritime Pierect of Toulon nun
Heal Adnilinl Sevinn, loiumnuillng the
Athiutlt division have been minimal 11
lellevid ol theli commands b older of
President Loubet Kent Admlial S -v
lan't, downhill Is attilbuted to sensti
llonnl developments which led lo 'lu
leteut suicide ol Commander Hail)
wlin shut himself III I lie cabin ol ilic
ci ulsei Tnge while oft Martinique H u
Admlial Sc-vinn was on boaid tli
Tuge al the time
De Iteaiiniont s discipline Is said lo
be due to n nientl) published but ch
illed Interview seveiel) criticising Iho
Mlnlstei ol Minim M Pclktun.
Pails Julv .lo In nn Interview nub
llshed this inclining bv Lu Journal. M
Pelletau the Mlnlsh r of Matlne, at
ti Unites the dismissal of Vice Adtnbrl
do Ueaiiuiont to his having upon U "
occasion of tho national fete, lul v
1 1 til. placed Ids mlstiess In the official
tilbune Willi the Prefect ol War and
the Mii)or of Toulon nnd saluted hot
while Iguoilng them.
Do You Understand
About Enclosed Arc Lamps ?
The history of th nre lamp has In n a str of Im
proveimnt nnd xve n w have tin high, st state uf perfec
tiun In tb
Mnn of these lai ips nn plvin satisiaetl m nnd saving
m nc) In It n dtilu b -.nn -- InniMr and iu want th m to
do the same for sou
Tcl pin n f ir us ti call nr writi for clr.ular which
gives fu'l d - ilpti n
Especially adapted for Plantations.
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Mlllt in spectators piesint at the re
view of il. igentiue u i n h port
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Sccielaiy ludepcndeut Home Hub
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