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KVENINfJ BULLETIN. HONOLULU, II. T., TUESDAY. ACOCST !, 1M1
-yn j 4, i wijwi(pji
attracts hundreds of buyers
GREATEST BARGAIN EVENT EVER
HELD IN HONOLULU.
Store lias been crowded ever since
the salo began and It Ins In every
way teen nn unnuallfUd success. ' liv
er) one who boug'ht Is satisfied nt the
great bargains ofTcrcd. and hundreds
of ladles have taken advantage of the
sweeping reductions to lay awny gar
ments "for a lain) day'.
Sale Continues All This Week
STORE OPENS AT 3:30 A. M.
Come Early and Avoid the Rush.
ALL GOOOS MARKED IN PLAIN
FIGURES AND SOLD FOR
DIE BEST ON EARTH
It'i made on purpose to be the belt.
Bottled it the Brewery.
FRtDMILttR BREWIM CO,MIII.W(.Vll.
AGUINALDO, WHO IS TO LECTURE.
Washington US 1". - gulnnldn studying the nngllsli language Ills
may tome to tins touuiry i leciure. u
was stated at the War Department to
day that n letter has been received
trom a well-known uutl Imperialist
asking If there was any reason why
ignlnaldo might not he brought to
this country for thnt purpose.
No direct reply was made lij the war
Department. Instt ad a topy or the gen
eral amnesty proclamation granting
freedom to all Filipinos who would lay
down their arms tin Jul) 4 wns mailed
o the antl-lnipcrlallst The Infercnco
of this was. of course, that there would
be no objection.
I'ntlcr the provisions of the amnesty
Agulnaldo Is free to do ai ho pleases.
He Is living In Cnvltc where he li
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,
patches ftoiu Manila have the state
ment that he Is to tome to the Inlteil
States The Filipinos who have visited
this countr.v who are not friendly to
Agulnaldo. Including llueiicamlim his
former Set-retar) of State, have said
the) wished Agulnaldo would tome.
They riecl.iio that he Is Ignorant nmt
far from being the capable leader lie
has been painted. The) think that tli
Ameiteaus would be disgusted with
Agulnaldo If he utempted a Iciluir
It Is believed here that If Agulnaldo
Is brought over by any nntl-lmperlallHl
Interests he will urrlvc In time foi liM
lecturers to nffett votes before the) go
to tho polls In November.
Hoffschlaeger Co., Ltd.
King Street, near Bethel.
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World's Fair St.
Judge T Sambola
llllo, Aug. 21. Charles, UUrglior, who
has been a cabinet maKer and carpen
Rouge. Louisiana, who Is both law)cr ter In llllo town and tllstrltt for the
and newspaper man, being president past tniri)-nve jears, was luuun uu
of the State Editorial Association. Is In In his room about 9 o'clock )esterday
the clt). Judge Jones Is taking a live-j morning by lMdlc Wllhclm. When the
ly Interest In the matter of IMilslima''. latter entered the loom he saw de-
Wdshlngton Aug 13 -C'uusldornbl
doubt exists In the minds of the Nuv)
Department otllclnla here regarding the
situation In Venezuela The disputed
lecelved f Him Commander NUKols of
the Topeka at Puerto Cabcllo )estcrd.iy
stated that the town wns In the pos
session of levolutlonlsts, but that there
was no diiugei ot.it tad; h) the Govern
ment foices. Ininmuch as no pievlou
advices had been tetelveil telling of
the tnpturc of the town b) the revolu
tionists this somewhat ui)stltled the
department and toda.v after an exami
nation of the dlsputih It was Uctkled
that some mistake has been made In
Its tiansmlsslon and ordeis were sent
to Commander Nltkols to report anew
on the situation.
Minister llowen, It Is thought by the
olllcluls of the State Department, would
have reported It such uu Important
point ns Puerto Cabcllo had fallen Into
the hands of the revolutionists.
The only news from Venezuela re
ceived today was a dispatch from Com
mandcr Ilodgers of the Marietta re
porting the arrival of that ship at I.
rWtion the World's Fa,: case, , I).ng hUd Kff 5X2 l'
"Tho smm of lx)u s ana has made cloth ng no wore every day. supposing
ine btaio oi lAjuisuuu nas. .a. ,..., i, tmiphmi htm it ' feiently icturned from a cruise up tun
amnzlng progress In a very few )ears, him to be asleep e touched him. at
said he. "Her great staple has been the siine time calling his name "H".'
FIRE PROOF SAFES
OUR STOCK OP
Tiieo, H. Davies & Co., Ltd.
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.
totton. but to that she adds her vus: then discovered tnat no was ocau.
sugar and tobacco .Industries In her Trom tho apptarancc of the body It
modern development, however, she has would nppear that he had reclined on
become an Immense producer of rite, the bed to read, as he had his spectn-
Tho fortunes thai have been made In tics on and near his extended hand wns
Southwestern Louisiana In rlco culturn a coast paper, which he had evidently
nro tuwnml tnmnutatlon. Her salt 'been reading There was no ovldcneo
mines, on Avery's Ulnnd, are such that of " struggle, nor did his fate Indicate
)ou could carve a castle out of cheml- that ho had suffered even for a mo
cnlly pure rock salt. Tho deposits an monk,
of Immensn thickness unci uncxplorcj I As far as tan be learned deceased
boundaries. The sulphur deposits art was mot seen auvc uirauj "'"
also vast enough for the world's iw. ami no was apparently in nis uviai
These deposits were worked by the health. It was his custom to sit In
T.'renh more than 1E0 vears ago nn l front or tits door every nigui nnu con-
some of the old French machines, use-'verso with friends who would stop on
less lung ugo, arc still In existence their way down town alter itinner.
The present method Is to melt tho sul- Tuesday night three friends stopped
phur by steam and run It out of the there and talked until tho rain was
mines where It Is directed Into molds, over, but dharlle did not put In an ap-
bccomlng hard at once on coming Into pe-iranco. Ills door was open and his
contact with the air. lint Louisiana's non-nppearaucn was not commented
latest source of wealth Is her oil terrl-, "In. When It was time to go homo
tory. This Is also In tho southwestern tu'Ho Wllhclm tlobeil tho door and
part of tho Stato and tho experts from cnl away with the others. Yesteiday
iienmnnt .leelarn that tho oil territory morning, when Mr. Wllhclm camu
around Jennings Is richer than that of down town, the door wns still tlosed
turbauce along that stream, wat, order
ed to l.i (.ualra at the with of Minis
Caracas Is now threatened by the
strongest revolutionary force Thu fight
between the revolutionists' army un
der (ieneral Matos and the Government
troops, which Is reported to be Immi
nent near Cnracas, will undoubtedly go
far In deciding whether the Castro
(lovernment will weather the storm. In
tho event the present (lovernment Is
overthrown and the revolutionists en
ter Cnracas foreign residents may need
assistance, and for this reason the Ma
rlctta has anchored at I. a (iiialia,
which Is tho port of Caracas and onlv
eight miles distant In the event of
trouble Commander ltodgers can put a.
force of bluejackets In Caracas la two
DANCE AT HAWAIIAN.
Thero was a delightful dance on tho
lunula of the Hnwallan hotel last night
when clt) people nnd otlltors of the
tho Iieaumont field with Its fumom and he sought entrance through a rear transport Iluford danced together and
Splndletop and I.ucns gusher. A fw nooi and touiid nini ns staitu hucrin
)ear ago this Louisiana land that has' Andrews was notified and policemen
proven so rich could havo been bough' wrn placed by hlni In ch.i"-g of the
for six bits an acic. Now It Is making body.
millions of dollars for Its Inhabitants. I "anlel Poller clerk of the Circuit
Everybody has money In that pint of C"K. was probabl) the most Intimate
the Stat., and the nrosnerltv Is snread- 'friend Mr. Ilurgher had In llllo and ho
Large stock of new goods ex. Alameda,
Take advantage of our low prices.
, GOO KIM
DRY GQDDS AND GENTS' FURNISHINGS, 1116 Nuuanu St
"Visitors to the Wot Id's Fair nu)
therefore expect to see from Louisiana
one of tho finest exhibits put together
by any State. Guv ci nor W. W. Heard
has done nobly He rccommeiidad an
appropriation of (100,000 nnd tho
Legislature responded with the full
amount. This enterprising net has put
everybody In good humor. Dr.'W, C.
Stubbs, a scientist of national reputn
Commissioner of Agriculturo, will
probably lead the work, as they havo
already dono so much for tho Stato at
other expositions. I expect that thero
will be a miniature cotton plantation,
a rlco plantation showing the system of
Irrigation, an exhibit of sugar cano and
all its products, exhibits of salt, sul
phur and oil, the famous Louisiana
I'crlquo tobacco, and a great forestry
display. Tho State Is richly Umbo re J
and will make prominent Its forestry
was sent for. Later tho bod) was plac
led In charge of Funeral Director Lock
ington nnd was burled by him Wednes
day nfteinoon The funeral was at
tended liy a number of ft lends of cle
ceaseil. I As far ns can be learned deceased was
the son of a fumll) of early Dutch set
tlcis on Long Island In the vicinity of
Flathush Theli fiiim became valuable
and when they died about twelve )ean
ago tho piopeit) was sold and he got n
who Is chief of the State CxperL "K,,"0 "IT"' "''" "" ,"
station and Major J O Lee. State ' ,0,r lo the pioceca. Ho freuentl)
..... ... .......... ...... told his friends that he never lecelved
nan a mem time. The lauals wero
eiowded until after 11 30 o'clock when
the people gradually began to leave.
although many Unwed until almost
midnight The whole fi out portion of
the hotel was decorated and a quintet
club of the best native musicians In the
clt) furnished musk foi tho dam lug
The affair was the first of the kind giv
en under the management of Mr
Smith, the new head of the Hawaiian,
and It proved to be one of tho most
sutttssful ever given there Mr. Smith
was most attentive to his guests and
had his ho) s going In every direction
tluoughout the evening in ordei that
no one might be overlooked
Sir. A L. Jones of the Hldei-Demp-stei
Line, announces that he will giro
free passage to and from England once
u year to an) of tho Hhodes scholars
sailing from the Canadian and Jamai
can ports served by his firm's steam
P O BOI W! Til. .1
irxaxrcsr wo Gx&j&jsr
The Oldest Ch.. "iE Firm in Honolulu.
71 f OttitrtUMMS Ikj toA Gnit LIdmi Cbl&. ed JptBM Qoali et All Ktals
l.o-l Nguanu tlr.
The would ho suleidn paused. "I
vvondei," ho mused, "which would bo
easiest To tiy crossing llrooklyn
TJrldgo. or Ilroadway and Twenty-third
street: 01 perhaps I might ask a po
lit cumin tho way to "
Just then nn nutomohlln relieved
him of furtliui cause) for itohato by
ki.ocklug bis fragments to tho four
The Dulletln, 75 cents per mqnth.
long users of light
The following list of users who burn light many horns
attest the cfflclenc) and etononi) of the
ENCLOSED ARC LAMPS
If It wore not hcinuso It Is the most reliable and econi'l
leal they certain!) would not use It Think this over
Brooklyn Saloon, Wilder Wharf, Imperial Cigar Store,
Union Grill, Pacific Club, Elite Ice Cream Parlors, Fashion
Saloon, Columbia Saloon, Encore Saloon, Malle Saloon,
First National Saloon, Walklkl Inn, Boston Saloon, Ho
bron Drug Co, Progress Saloon, San Antonio Society, Pan
theon Saloon, Hoffman Saloon and the Cosmopolitan Saloon.
HAWAIIAN ELECTRIC CO., LTD.
KINO STREET, NEAR ALAKEA TEL. MAIN 390
A DOWN TO DATE LINE
TRUNKS, DRESS SUIT GASES, Etc.,
AND ALL OF THE CONVENIENCES FOR TRAVEL
ARE NOW OPEN FOR YOUR INSPECTION.
C. R. COLLINS,
82 and 84 SOUTH KING STREET
Some tholee kinds of cheese and other eatables at our delicacy
counter that will prove a great addition to the table. Try them.
Edam, Pineapple, Oregon Full Cream Brick, California Full Cream
Frommage de Brie, Camembert, Kronen, Neufchattel, Sierra, Schloss
Kate and Breakfast Cheese.
Pickled Pearl Onion, Spiced and Sweet Pickles, German Dill Pic
kles, Mixed Pickles and Extra Fine Ripe Olives all these In bulk.
Smoked Beef Tongue, Chipped Beef, New Smoked Salmon, Bloat
ers and Aberdeen Herrings, Bismarck, Holland and Spiced Herring a
If )ou are not getting good butter tiy our CRYSTAL SPRING
BUTTER. It Is tho BKST obtainable.
Metropolitan Meat Co., Ltd.
Telephono Main 45.
From the Springs at Puna,
Arrangements have been made to
have this fine mineral water bottled In
this city at tho Fountain Soda Works,
One Case of 100 Bottles (pints)
One case of 50 Bottles (pints)
A rebato of One Dollar will be made
upon tho return of shipping case and
Telephone Main 270,
A beetle one-third the size of a horse
would be able to pull against more than
a dozen horses
his full share The first remittance
amounted to several thousand dollars
and It Is known that ho received sumiJ
several times afterwurd, Nothing Is
known as to his having received mon
ey Intel) and he has had a hard time to
get along. Whenever his friends wero
informed of his needs the) cheerfully
supplied him with funds to tldo him
over until such time as he could maka
collections fur work done by him Ha
was of a cheerful disposition even
under adverse clicumstanrcs and was
well liked h) all old timers It Is said
that when he tame to llllo a )oung
man ho was a t) ideal i:.ist Side New
Yorkor of the old school He engaged
as a cabinet maker soon after Ills arri
val and except at Intervals when hn
was employed as n plantation turpenter ,tles of the expensive belts mm sold by
lOntlnnn,! In Ir nr. to tin, limn ,if Ills I llthtorS Alld JrilZfi i. It Itivet a VCFV
loath. It Is believed he was about 05 ltloljK "'"i"1 of eMricltv "ind lir.vdly
.. ,, regulated. Hound tosupervdrnthrrv Can
years of age -Heiald. k, haJ frnm ,e llnJerbrnfj onvt nn
-"- - awnts; no discount. IrcuUi free, Addre
Fine Job printing at the Bulletin 1 Pierce Ulectrlc Co , ici Post St., Sm
office. Fpi frn Snt fre to II iwall l,r KB.OO
Drays lor Freight
Our representative meets all lncom
Ins steamers from tho Coast, and v.
check baggage on all outgoing stej
Wutta and Black Sin For Sale
Office with Evening Dulletln, 11"
King street. Tel 8i.
The Or. ?T.
(with $us- t$SJ
. C( IXJVVS -M
Alden Elc-inc 'Belt'
J pensorv 's euaraiitce
nil tht ,... .'eprirwr
When You Want a Rig
niNQ UP TUB
LIVERY BOARDING and
I I I X : BIB FORT OTIKBi
Stable Thoue. 109 Main.
Hack Stand, 'Phones 319 and .
C. H. UELLINA.
MANUFACTURED FROM PURE
DISTILLED WATER. X X X t
Delivered to any part ot
city by courteous driven.
Oahn Ice and Electric Co
TELEPHONE BLUE 1151.
HOFFHAN & nARKHAn.
Beaver Lunch Rooms
Fort St.. bet. Queen and Merchant
UonolnlH Iron Works.
Improved and modern 8170AR Mi
JHINKIIY of every caparUy, and d
tcrlptlon made to order. Holler vror)
tnd niVBTKD PIPES for Irrlgatloi
mrpnsra specialty. Particular attei
lon paid to JOI1 WORK, and repair
vnented t shr.rtwit nolle
Dr. Archibald N. Sinclair.
OITiees Ttooms 2flR-2n9 Ronton build
Ing Fort Btreot.
Telephones Dfflco, Main 385; Ret
Idenee, White 28B1
Hours 11 a. m. to 1 p. m , 3 to I
p. m ! 7 to 8 p.m.; Sundays. 12 to 2 p.m
P. O. Ilox R01.
Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
Kverytnlng first-clan. Complete Una
Key West and Domestic Cigars always
H, J, NOLTE, - Proortetor.
M. PhilliDS & Co.
Wholesila Importers and Jobbers.
European and American pry Goods
Fort and Queen Bts
DECKER, FERNANDES & GO.
Real ttate AaenU.
We also make a specialty of enlarging
Office, lor. South and King Streets.
P O. flax 321: 'Phone 252 Main.
Fine Job Printing at the Dulletln of
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