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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU. H. T THURSDAY, AUGUST U. 1902
Chamber of Commerce
HIGH ART PLUMBING
what to find here this week
80 many pretty tilings Itivo been opened that camo by the lait
steamer tlint yon will enjoy spaing them. The daintiest goods for
summer dresses, hosiery, gloves etc are nil on display on ottr coun
ters, and we find tho greatest pbasitre In showing them. We'll t-ll
j on about come of them below, but bo sure to come to the .Uoro
All Its Former Officers
We hae had many calls
for them, so have them In
stock now. Cool and tires
Ry for street wear.
60c a pair
NEW WHITE GOODS
The most exquisite line ot white goods we hare handled. Sec
them displayed on our center ceunter, with prices plainly marked.
Very dainty for summer drossei,
several different patterns nt fol
7 yards for $1,00
6 yards for $1,00
5 yards for $1,00
4 yards for $1,00
7 yards for SI, 00
With stripes, 31 Inches wide.
25c per yard
DRY GOODS COMPANY, LTD.
EX. YENTURA 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,
FIRE PROOF SAFES
Theo. H. Davies
ONLY A FEW DAYS
I must clote out my stock. No rcasonahlo offer refused. Unheard-of
Bargains In all lines going for Almost Nothing. Itomember, this record
breaking sale will only last for a few days longer. Take Advantage of It.
GOO KIM, 1116 Nuuanu Street
The oldist Ch.. sse
t.i.te, is FiatS In ml Cm, Llotm.
lisle lace hose
fait black dyo and very pretty tare
35c pair 3 pair SLOP
white lace hose
35c pair 3 pair $1,00
Not ordinary gingham by any
means. Don't buy until you ceo
the patterns. Itroael white
stripes on these colors:
PINK 27 Inches wide,
8 yards for SLOP
for Shirt Waists
haiulsome patterns, In pretty
BLUE 28 Inches wide.
8 yards for $1,00
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.
& Co.Ltd, SSi
Firm in Honolulu.
Cbiatt. till Jtrtottt Good, t All Kuci
ine regular annual meeting of mo,
Chamber of Commerce was held at tlw
regular place yesterday afternoon,
Vl(e President C. M. Cooke In tbo
chnlr There were present tho follow
ing: C. M. Cooke. J. O. Spencer. W. M.
Clffard .1. 11. Athcrton. (I. I Wilder.
II. A. Parmnlee. W. W. Hull. Alex. Is.
enberg. J. I. Cooke. Cecil lltown. T.
Cllve Da vies and W. I-. Hopper.
Owing to the delay In the nrrivnl of
enough members to constitute n quo!
urn. the meeting was not called to or
(lor until close upon 3 o'clock.
The ehntr calling for nomination of
new members, Secretary Spencer Ma
ted that M. S. (irlnliaiun had applied
for membership some time since and
that nt that time. It. It. Ilerg was men
tioned as the manager nnd the neciod-
Ited teptcscutntlve of the Sfa.
.Mr. Spencer then stated that he hid
rec"led a letter from XI. 3. (trlnbauni
& Co. In which A. Gartcnhcig was
mentioned a being the representative
of the tlrm In tho Islands.
On motion of Mr. Athcrton, Mr. Car
tenbeig was toted n member ot tho
Chamber of Commerce, leprcsenllns
M. S. Crlnhaum fc Co.
The name of J. A. McCanilless, nom
inated foi niemheiKhlp at the previous
meeting, was In ought up and on mo
tion the rules were suspended and the
secretniy cast a ballot for Mr. McCaul
less. J. P. Cooke icported for thn I'lre
Claims Committee to the effect thai u
Joint meeting with thu committee uf
the Merchants' Association had been
held nnd that tho joint report vas
ready. The committee would tecum
mend n meeting uf the two organiza
tions nt 2 p. m. on I'rlday to hear tho
Mr. Mall of tho same committee sil
ted that J. C. Pratt, Tire Claims Com
missioner to Washington, would bo
present at the meeting to answer any
questions that might bo asked him.
Mr. I'ratt's report will also be reai ut
The report of the I'lre Claims Com
mittee was adopted.
The next business wns a ptoposcel
change in the by-taws, ranking tho Col
lector of the I'ort of Honolulu n mem
ber of tho Chamber of Commetcu Alt'.i
out tote. A motion that the by-hws
be amended to that effect was carried
Next came a letter from Collector
Stachabto In which he stuted that ho
had received a departmental letter
from Washington, dated June Its, in
which he wns requested to make up
an estimate of the merchandise Im
ported hcie from the Uuiled Stales
Irom July 1. IJMtl, to Juno SO. 1902. Ho
desired the cooperation oi the Cham
ber In computing such sVtlstlcs. simo
the Customs Department no loncer
keeps a iccoril of such Imports.
V. T. Allen Hinted that .Mr. Stack-
able had been to most of those con
cerned In the city and that they had
ngic-cd to keep a recoid of such m
celpts. Mr. Spencei stated that letters
had bveu sent to the men hants by him
cocrlng this ground. It was also ie
ported that sluce Juno of this yetr
tho Collector had been requiring man
ltests of vessels enteilng this port and
that no statistics would he asked Tor
lrom that time.
On motion, the letter of the Collect
or was receled nnd merchants will
he nsked to comply with tho request.
J. I'. Cooke Intioduced the following
resolution, which was unanimously
Itc-solvcd. That tho officers of tl.ls
Chamber be requested to act In eon
Junction with tho officers ot tho Mer
chants' Association In ni ranging a
plan tor thu entertainment of thn
members of tho Senntoilal Commit
slon, appointed for the puiposo ot in
vestigating conditions In the Territory
of Hawaii, nnd for thu preparation of
datn concerning tho business I inc
ests of the Territory which may be i
quested by tho Commission;
Ik It lurlher Uesolved. Tlint the of.
fleers ol this Chamber bo requested lo
leport their action lor conllrmutlun, al
the Joint meeting of the Chnmber of
lomiucico nnu aurciianis Absocu
Ml Spencer repotted that Senator
i Tluiton 01 Kansas, n member of the
Commission coming to tislt tho Isl
amis, would ho hero on tho sutli, two
duH lielme the Joint meeting of tit
Chamber of Commeito nnd tho Mer
chants' Association, It was the some
of the meeting that tl Is matter be left
to the same committee ns Ilia mcnlor.
ed In the lesolution of Mr. Cooke.
Next tame a letter from W. C. Wet
don dated tit San I'ranclsco. In whleh
he announced that ho had rocolvoJ j
letteis hum the Mayor of Haltlmora i
and the president ot tho largest chem
leal wuiks in St. l.ouls to give Ice
tuies at those places. He had nrrang-,
ed lor a meeting In San Francisco to
wide h the Chamber of Coalmen e huu
been itivit.d H- thuught It ndvlsil.Iil
tor lil in t n , tn St Louis ns soon a
po-s'til In cloaiiiri hie letter VI ;
crrrTntTrTnriiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiwiiiiiiiiiiiwiiiiiiiiaiiTiiitiniiirniTiiM r rwmn
i "KING OF ALL BOTTLED BEER'V
ft SOLD E.VER.YWHERE.
Weedou said that there need be nu
fear on account of the seismic ini.m
testations In Southern California
They were very much exaggerated.
An npplliatlon for nn cndoi semen,
b) the Chamber of Commerce, from S.
He I'locst, wns read and lefeired ii
the president and secretin v ol tV.
Chamber. Mr. He I'reest wains tin
yosltlon of United Slates Shlpp'us
' otiinilssloner here, the post about tn
be vacated by W. I'oiter Ilojcl. now In
the Otlcnt. He stntes that he has al
leady had much experience along thu-
.line nnd has leeched the endorsen
of most of the merchants of the city.
The secretary's annual repot t v.a?
ie.nl b Mr. SpcnceY. Ill the begin
nlng was mentioned the change from
the old quarters to the nssoinbly hall
nhute Cnstle 4c Cooke's store and tlic.j
into the beautiful loom In the Hack
IclJ building furnished the Chamner
free of charge by 11. Ilnc-kfeld & Co.,
The sum of $1000 had been inlspil
for the government to continue tin
I'lre Claims Commission, an appropria
tion of $000 a month ban hetii set
aside lo enable thu Iloaid of Health to
cnl.it go Its snultaiy Inspection or the
city, the commission of Win. Il.ijwood
ns tepiescntatlve of the thainlier ot
Commerce at Washington had been
icncwcd, u seal had been adopted. Mi
Haood had been Instituted to tuvoi
the passage by Congress of a lire claims
bill, a petition had been sent to Con
gress favoring tho passage of the
Markay cable and the payment of the
fire claims which had been endorsed by
the San Francisco Chamber of Com
merce and Uoatd of Trade, W. O.
Weedou had been employed for six
months to lecture on Hawaii in titles
of the Mainland and the proposition ot
an exhibit nt St. Louis and Osaka,
Japan, had beeir taken up for consider
ation. The treasurer's report gave receipts
of J2C'.'0.S1, expenses, 'J51.SU, leaving a
balance on hand ot (472.0I. W, I-'. Al
len was appointed auditor to go over
Then the matter of the elei lion ot
nllli eis was brought up. President
Cooke stated that he had seen W. (!.
Irwin Just before he left for the other
side of the Island and had mentioned
to him the matter of pie'sldcnl of the
Chamber of Couitneicc. He said he was
In favor of having the We- president
uf the Chamber advuticed. fiom ear to
vear, to the ultlce of piesldcnt but that,
If the members wanted him to servo
again as pieslde-nt. he was willing to
Mr. Cooke went on to say that, even
though Mr. Irwin was absent from thu
Islands u number of months out of each
5 ear still to have him ut the head of"
the Chamber was a vcij advuntiigeous
thing once lie was so well known In
business ci riles In New Yolk and San
.Mr. Athertoii uoinliialid Mr. Irwin
for the presidency but withdrew- thhi
and made a motion to the effect that
the rules be suspended and that all the
old board of ollliers be re-elected, the
secretary casting the ballot. This cui
rled unanimously and the otlliers now
stand as follows:
President. William 0. Irwin; vice
pieslrtent. Charles M. Cooke; secre
tary and tieasurer. .las. O. Spencer;
aibltrnllou committee, C. M. Cooke. J.
II. Atherton. P. A. Sthaefer. W. P. Al
len and K. M. Swnnzy.
A iei online nilatlun In the tcpoit ol
the secretin)' that the by-laws be le
vlsed was taken up for consideration
the dual anion being that the secretary
was Instruited to have "50 copies of the
b-l.iws ns amended nt vailnus times
during the past year, printed for distri
bution among the members. Tho meet
ing then adjoin ned.
It Is undeistood that the by-laws
will contain on tho finut page a pic
ture of tho new llackfeld building in
which uie situated the headquarters o:
the Chamber of Couimereo.
After n week of dally sessions, the
conleience of the Japanese pre.icht-is
nml eouveits In Christian evnngcllol
woik In the Ish'fids ended jesterday ut
the Japanese Methodist Church on
Nuuanu street. The dally sessions
welt- very well nttended and great Ill
lei est was manlfc-etcd b the Japnuetu
as well as the fotolguers who assisted.
The sessions weie puetlially those of
a stumper school ol instruction for
JapaiH'be Clulstlati workeis. Anioni;
those who made addresses wviu tho
(allowing: Itev, Kosakl, pastor ot thu
First Methodist Church ol Tokhi; Dr.
Aleuinchr. u foimer uilsslouaty In Ja
pan, who spoko on doctilnal tliemej;
Itev. (leorge I.. Peatson, on "The
Pieaclier nnd Ills Messago"; W. A.
Ilvin. on SuiidK) sehoul work; lt"v.
Mr Kosul.l. lellglous ami modcirn
thnigln as viewed liiini tin Japan",.'
-a imlpi Int O. P Hniii-on on pra'i r.
n v Mr KUe and Rn O II Oullek
u1- il ll.t-ied aililit -,B .
t yfjt But" i
!!" In f ii t m well at lu name, tlolttt J
t t.is llrcwry.
Till Hlllcr Brtwlaj Ct., MllwmVtt, Wl.
Hoffschlaegcr Co., Ltd.
King Street, near Bethel.
REGULATIONS FOR HILO FISH
MARKET ADOPTED BY THE
BOARD OF HEALTH AS AL.
Al the meeting of the Hoard ot
Health esterda were present: Dr. H.
C. Sloggett. ptesldeiit; Ftcd C. Smith.
Dr. W. L. Mooio. D. P. It. Uenberg
and Attorney (leneral Dole, with the
executive odlcer. Dr. J. S. II. Pratt,
and Drs. Cump and Mori in attend
ance. The two latter physicians had been
called to answer Information charging
them with falling to report contagious
dltease encountered In their practice.
President Sloggett dismissed them with
strong cautionary remarks after hear
ing their statements.
After they had retired, the piesldcnt
suggested that the press should ra
phaslrc the necessity of having all sus
pii luus tase uf any contagious dis
ease reported hefoie the patients were
In artliull morlls or subjeits of post
mortem examination. If physlc-lnns
neglected their pusc-rlbed duty In this
matter thn vigil. line uf the llci.it il to
prevent the Introduction of pestilence
would he constantly liable to defeat.
Mr. Iscnberg. after some discussion,
iciouimeniled the sending of a Icttei
on the subject to every phvslriiiu III
town warning him of his serious obli
gation in Hie piemlses. This lecom
tuendatton was adopted.
A repoit was received fiom the com
mittee on the llilo llali market, con
sisting of President Sloggett. Dr.
Mooie, Mr. .Matt-Smith and Dr. Held.
It recommended legulatlous of slmihii
puipoit lo I bote submitted by Sherltf
Andiews and fully leported In last
Thursday's Ilullctlii. The report was
HOTEL ANNEX CONCERT.
The band will play the following to
lections on thu bench at the Hotel An
nex. Wnlklkl, this evening, beginning
at 7.30 o'clock:
Oveiture, Tho King's Lieutenant..
Intermezzo. My Secret Costa
Selection, Ilohumlnu (lirl (by re
(b) L'a lllkl No mo A'u
Miss J. Kelllaa.
(i ) I.Ike no a Like
Id) Main I ke Ao
Mrs. X. Alapul.
Second Selection, Messenger Hoy..
A New Hagtlmc .March Cumin
Miserere. II Tiovatoio Verdi
1 Vnll7. V. lnn . Alnli..--4
The Star Snanuled Ilanner.
An electric signaling system has been
devised lo protect pletuie galleries
tiom theft and vandals. So many
thefts have been committed at tie
I.ouvro In Paris that the authorities
were compelled to tulopt heiolc means
of pioteetlng their priceless treastties
The electlle bell system evenluallv
adopted an I Installed, ac ecu ding to Hi
Western Klec tile Inn. Is hi cliKigtu '
tllUt till 1) il Ml Ut 11 pll-tllie Is llliiM' 1
on iii.citi! '." I ii le a lull i- mug ami
an ait'iiut'ii ii no in e - in t .n i
loi il un c-i iti point of al ' I'
xMmmpjsv & & x rMjt
BATH'S PLUMBING ESTABLISHMENT.
Interior view; Located at 165 King Street, opposite Young Building.
ThiH up to date plumbing shop Is
business and was made necessary on
merly occupied on Itlehnrds street. To
line stock of sanitary plumbing materials the new shop was opened.
A full line of the world-famed Douglas Closets Is carried, which are pro
vided with either high or low
noiseless In their operation ns closets
on the syphon principle, which mal'os
washes the bowl. These closets arc sold
also guaranteed against leaknge, no
People today arc paving much
plumbing Is one of the requisites In
SHOP is tlie lender In sanitary plumbing nnd vears of experience and a
large force of capable workmen enables Mr. Hath to do work equal It not
superior to any other shop In the Islands.
A lino nt rullcd-rlm enameled Bath Tubs are on hand, as well as o;ea
avatoricR. Theso are highly Sanltar; Roods, and (Tie connections are nick
el, making them nrttstlc In appearance.
One of the latest Improved Wash
These goods are all connected with the
In full operation at tho store. The public nro Invited to call and make In
spection of these goods.
Mr. Hath will call and give flg'Jres on work at any time. He also gWe
till work Intrusted to him his perscna supervision.
TELEPHONE MAIN 61.
Do You Understand
About Enclosed Arc Lamps ?
The history of the arc lamp has been n story of Im
provement and we now have the highest stnte of perfec
tion In the
Many of those lamps nre giving satisfaction and saving
money In Honolulu business houses, and we want them to
do the same for you.
Telephone for us to call, or write for circular which
gives full description.
Especially adapted for Plantations.
HAWAIIAN ELECTRIC CO., LTD.
KING STREET, NEAR AUKEA
How to Get Along with a Husband !
In n recent offer by a New Yoih newspaper giving a handsomo
prize for Hie best essay, by a woman, on the ahovo subject, the prlzo
awarded to the one who wrote Just three words viz "Feed the Unite."
Try the npplliatlon nnd visit our elellcacy counter. There you tlnd tho
choicest delicacies obtalnubl Including CHEESE OF THE FOLLOW
ING KINDS: IMnni, Pineapple. Oregon full cream brick California
lull cream, rioniinage de llrl C'nmembert. Kronen, Neittchattel,
Siena Schloss Knse anil Ilroa'.t.att Cheese.
Pickled Pcnil Onions, Spiced and Sweet Pickles, Rerman Dill
Pltkles. Mleel Pickles and extra flue ilpe Olives nil these in bulk
Smoked lleef Tongue. Chlppi'i lleef New Smoked Salmon. Illoat
ers and Aberdeen Herrings. Ulsuca'ck. Holland and Special Herring a
Metropolitan Meat Co., Ltd.
Telephone Main -in.
The Pride of the
A Combination of Art and Utility. Used by many In preference to othn
makes ot the same price It Is demon strntlng its merits. Built to Sew Wte?
and to Last. Call and Inspect the different st)les.
II. Slackfeld & Co., Ltd.
Sole AgentH top tlic lltivvnlln.i Ilfindtt.
the losiilt ot a very rapidly Increasing
urrount of the cinmpid quarters for
make a display of the largo and
tanks and nre as near
can be made. They are constructed
n strong suction that thoroughly
under a written guarantee, and ars
charge being made for repairs.
attention to sanitation nnd sanitary
every modern resldeiice. 'the BATH
Trays may bo seen on exhibition.
city water mains and may be seen
TEL. MAIN 390
7cts. per month