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EVENING BULLBTIN. HONOLULU. H. T.. SATURDAY, AUGUST 30, 1902
attracts hundreds of buyers
GREATEST BARGAIN EVENT EVER
HELD IN HONOLULU.
Store lins been crowded ever since
the sale began and It lias In every
way been an unqualified success, nv
cryonn who bought Is satisfied at the
great bargains offered, and hundreds
of ladles liaru tnKen advautago of the
sweeping reductions to lay away gar
ments "for n rainy day".
Sale Continues AH This Week
STORE OPENS AT 3:30 A. M.
EVFR MORN1N "..
Come Early and Avoid thr Ruth.
ALL GOODS MARKED IN PLAIN
FIGURES AND SOLD FOR
Men of Character Wanted,
Says President Roosevelt
Wllllmantlr. Conn.. Aug. 23.- Preal-1 mir people. I shall not r to make ativ
dent Ito.cclt. after spending the night address to you today. This nation has
at the home of John T. Robinson, at great prolilems to face, problems In Its
Hurtforil. today resumed liU journey uUcriuil policy, problems even mine
through New I'.ngland. Ill train l-lt linpurtnnt In the administration of Its
Mint cilv iiiiimntly ill ' o'elock, but llit Internal affairs, wo inn wiivn tiiein
e.irlv hour set for his depaituie did nily If with serious purpose we set our-
mit deter the people from lurning out , selves in cue iuk anm- m uh- .ihi
ill foi-.e and giving him a hearty send- ,11! and State governments and In the
off As he drove up to the station In local municipality aim couiiiy oigain
an open carriage accompanied by Hen. rations. Wo have great problem
ntor I'latt. the riowd ilieered and II10 ancaii or us. as a naiion. 1 ncj win
1'icldctit lesponded by raising Ills hat. 'task our Intelligence, but the will
The floral horceslioe prrtrntcd to llm J lauk. Rtlll more what milks iiliend 01
1'iealileiit liv the workltigmcn of Hurt- .Intelligence charattcr. ( Applause. 1
DRY GOODS COMPANY, LTD.
EX. VENTURA AND NEVADAN
I Ih onrl 0 Ih tine "Cno Hull" Crnrh Prolic
d) I IU UIIU S. lift IIMOl U5U UUII 1IG3II UIUUO
"Snow Flake" Asparagus, Tomatoes, Com and Salmon,
Lemon and Chocolate Sugar Wafers. Fresh Turnips,
Salinas and Garneis Potatoes. Enchilados, Tamales,
v Olives, Russian Sardines, Anchovies, Holland Herrings,
FIRE PROOF SAFES
Thnn U floiiino 9. On '1 4H Hardware
I IIIGUi III UQwIuo w UUif LlUi Department
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.
ford veMeiday wai by Ills lenncst pine
ed on the englre. All along the lino
the small towns turned out llielr en-
Intelligence and Character.
It Id a good thing for n nation to
demand In Us representatives intelleit.
llm population, eaeli appaiently anvi, it ,, tetter thing to demand In
Ions to share In the welcome which ttl(,m tllU sum ()f ,im,tles which we
Connecticut Is cxtendln;
When Wllllmanlle wus leached the
Pieslilent was driven to the public
sipiarc. where he delivered an addicss
from his carriage. 1'ollovUng are the
Mr. Mayor, and von, my fellow-cltl-zens-
I thank you for the greeting
you have given me and for the chnnc
of seeing jou this morning. I have
greatly enjoyed passing thtough youi
beautiful state. 1 welcome the oppor
tunity of meeting you and your repre
sentatives. I think that It Is an ad
vantage to all of us who were Hying
talk of at character. (I'mloiigcii up
"All of jou know that Is true In pi I
vate life. If jou are dealing with a
man In :i business way. whether as em
plover or employed, or 111 commerce
with n storekeeper or with anyone, you
want him to be u smart luuu. but It Is
l mighty bad thing If he Is only smart.
I Laughter.) Isn't that so? Idles of
'Yes. vcr; that's right.')
"Kxactly. Now. what you want In a
private man with whom you deal li
what jou want In your publli repiftcn
tutlves. If you lire going to get good
to put your purpose and wishes Into results with your association with n
effect In the National Legislature and
Administration, when we come into
touch with you personally. I have tak
en the chaiue to try. now that Congress
Is not In session, now that Micro Is a
holiday at the national capital, of going
tliiougli the country to see jou, my
fcllow-citizcns I am obliged to you
for coming out heie Last night In
Hartford I spoke of two or three of th"
questions which we have now befoio
man In the business world, in the
working wot Id, It will be because Hut
man has got tho right stuff In him, be
cause lie luw got common sense, hon
esty, detenrj and courage. And jou
have got to have the same qualities
shown In public life If wc nic to make
this country what we ui'l make It -an
example to all the nations of man
kind ' 1 1 .ouil applause )
' Wc ale passing tliiougli a penod of
i Fa na jii pa r a ra "a Ri ra ;i ro w : fcj fa a r i Pa r n m Ha ? ru
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Hl is f?int) A'iBHcBv ?KggH
gieut material prosperit) ami such a
period Is as sure as adversity itself to
bring mmteringH of discontent At u
lime when most men prosper some
what It always happens that a few men
prosper grentlj-, and It Is us tine now
.ift It was when the Tower of Hlloam
lull upon all who weie under It that
good fortillK1 docs not tome oulj tit
the Juit. nor bad fortune oul to tlii
unjust When the weathei N good fin
crops it Is alio good for needs Star
over, not oul ilo tlie wicked llomihli
when the times nie sin h that most men
llouilsli lull what is uorM', the i-plrit
of envy and Jealous.t and hulled
spilugs up In the hi casts of those who
though they maj lie doing fairl.v well
themselves, jet ice others who nie no
nunc deserving doing far bitter.
Wise Laws and Prosperity.
"Wise laws and rcatlcxti and upright
administration of the laws can give
tho opportunity for such prosperltj ns
we see about us. Hut this Is all that
they can do. When the conditions have
been cieatcd which make piosperlty
possible, then each Individual man
must achieve It for hlmsrlf, b j Ills
own thrift. Intelligence energy. Indus
tty and resolute purpose If when
people wax fat they kick, as they have
ueen prone to do since tlie (lays or
Jeshiiruti, they will speedily destroy
their own prosperltj-. If they go Into
wild speculation and lose their bends,
they have lost that which no legisla
tion can supply, and the business world
suffer In conaequenie. If In a spirit of
sullen envy they Insist upon pulling
down tho-e who have prollted most bj
the jeuiH of fatness, they will bury
tliomselvei in tlie crash of common dis
aster. It is dllUcnti to make our ma
terial condition better l (he best
laws, but It is easv enough by bad
laws to tluow the whole ration into
mi abyss of misery
Qualities of Prudence.
"Now. the upshot of all (bin u that
It Is peculiarly Incumbent upon us in
a time of such material well-being,
both collectively u a nation ,iud indi
vlduallj each In his own account, to
show that we possess tlie cpialltles of
piudenie self-knowledge and sclf-rc-stuilnt
In our government .e need
above all things stability. IKIiy of
economic pnllej. while leinembeilng
Hint this Hilly must mil be Inability
In shape our coiuse anew to meet the
shifting needs or the people as thie
needs nrlc Thcie ate leal and gie.it
evil in oil! Hiirlal ami cvonomb life
Nine is eveiy need of mining in all
possible wajs lndlvldii.ill and collec
tive!) by combinations anuiriu mir-
Isclves in piivnte life, and through the
recognized oigans of government, for
give five times the amount of light
jPfl -J of the Incandescent for the me
I A MC -2 money. They diffuse a soft, bril-
ADAlYlO" JJ ant, steady and evenly dlstrlbu-
RAfiNALL " ,ed "9ht' wlthout ,uttern3 "
noise. For further Information
ENCLOSED 5 r.nB us up ..rf
B LAMPS 3
tltlltttl.lt ill I I I i I I ,'siM
HAWAIIAN ELECTRIC CO.,
KINO STItOCT, NEAR Al.AKCA.
Tel. main aao
BETTER BEGIN NOW
If you haven't nlrencly
begun to use
CRYSTAL SPRINGS BUTTER
We have been raying considerable about it and will continue to
do so. because wo're proud of It. Once you use It you wilt always ask
for It. Crystal Springs Butter In everywhere conceded to be the
bent. It Is pure, sweet and fresh and wp guarantee It We deliver
It In neat cardboard cartons, which keep It from contact with other
foods In the Ire-chest
Metropolitan Meat Co., Ltd.
Telephone Main 45.
THE HONOLULU MUTUAL
THE LATEST PICTURE OF HIS HOLINESS THE POPE.
The latest portrait of Pope l.eo XI 11. shows him In n characteristic pose.
He Is conferring the pontifical blessing on the rnltbfiu
Home. August 17. The I'ope Is In
such good health that It Is thought not
necebsaiy to suspend the Sunday au
diences, us has hltheitu been the ens-
'.torn III order to give tho Pontiff
Large stock of new goods ex. Alameda.
Take advantage of our low prices.
DRY GODDS AND GENTS' FURNISHINGS, 1116 Nuuanu St.
P. O. BOI WJ r"1 "
THE OLDEST CHi. SE FIRM IN HONOLULU
Oul.tl Is Pit. 9 lk till Ohm LIomu Ct'otu n Jipauia Uool at All Clil
strength for a fatiguing ceiemony
such us the great uumo day inception
of today Dr. Lapponl, the Pope's phy
sician, Insisted, however, upon limit
ing the number of guestB to 1!00 In
btead of tho usual S00. Tho efforts to
obtain Invitations to the namn day re
ception were so persistent and camu
(rom such high quarters that the pon
tiff, hearing of them, own tiled his
phjBlclan's advice, and had an addi
tional hundred guests Included.
father by King Alfonso since his core
The Pope hi-ld the icccpllnus In his
Piivnte llbrarj. He showed no signs
of fatigue, lie- appealed to lie unusu
ally animated and recogni7ed the
Itlght Hov. Ileiijunnu J. Kellc-y. Illsh-
op of Hiiviuinah, (l'i.. who was tho
only American preM-nt, Immediately
ho prt-lved him. The Pope said to
lllshop Kolley "I am glad to see you
aguln before jou leave."
lllohop Kelley told a prc&a repiesen
tatlvo that ho was astonished at tho
Pontiff's vitality and bilghtness of
Upon m entering Ids private apail
incuts th ci Pope t-aid. "It does not mat-
iter what Dr. I.upponi says; I feel bet
The Innumerable letters and tele- ter utter each occasion of this Mud.
crams of felicitation received by the The reception lasted lor one huur
Pontiff Include communications from Ills holiness talked about the collapso
nmpcror Frauds Joseph of Austila iof tlie Campanile of Ht Murks at Ven
and King Alfonso of Spain, Tho com- jlcu and expressed a wish to sect tho
muulcatlon from the King of Spain restoiatlon of the loof oi the l.uteran
was the first missive sent to his god- puliuto before he died.
Th Uiehest Priced but thr Hell Quality,
let us be hine that we do not use the
knife of the Ikhoi.iui cilot which
would make It moie d.-iiigciom, to tho
patient than to the dlne.isi
Danger In Wealth.
'One of the ilangciN ill tin- tiemen-
I items industtlat gionih of the last geu-
eiatlon has been the veiv gie.it In-
crease in laige piivale and espec-Ully
III! huge coipoiale foituues We may
HKc this or not. just .is vve pb-ase. but
tills Is a fail, ueveithelesx and us far
as wo can see It Is an iiii-vliable lemilt
of the working of varlmis cjusi-h
pioinlncnt among which has been lb.
iminenM' liiiportauie bteani and eleclrl
ell j have assumed In model n life
It is not Inn- thin the poor people
have gicivvu pooici but Mime of the
ilch have giovvn so iei milch richer
that wliere iuiillltiidis of men are
herded together in u limited spate the
IccintrnHthtilUc-hlhe onlooKi-i- as inciio
I violent than foimcilj On (he whole.
our people via n mine and live bettor
I Hum ever befoie, ami the piogiexs of
which we ale so piciuil should not have
lalceu plan- hud it not been foi the
gloat upbuilding of industrial centeis,
such us on i commercial mid m.inufac
tuilng cities, llm together with the
gooil, theie has eoiue a ineasiiie of evil.
I.lfc- Ih not m simple as It was. and
sinely both for tlie individual ami tlie
comiuunllj tlie simple life Ih morallv
the healthj life 'I here Is licit In tho
c Hies the siinie sense of common uuder
Ijiug brotherhood which Iheie is still
In country localities ami the lines .11
social cle-iiMige are f.il moio clearly
Some Necessary Combines,
"Tor some of the evils which have
attended upon the changed conditions
we ciin ut piesent sen no complete
remedy. For others the remedy must
come by the uctlon of men themselves
In their private capacity, whether
merely us Individuals or by combina
tion one with another, for jet others,
some remedy can be found in leglsln
the and executive action, national
state or municipal. Much of th" com
plaint against combinations Is entire
lj iiuwurinnleil I'nder present day
conditions It l. us ueiessurj to have
icnporatloiii. In the business world us
it Is to have organization amoug
wage-workers Hut we have a right to
nsk In ouih case Unit thej shall go
good "ml not halm Kxuitlj as labui
organizations, when managed Intelli
gently nml in a spirit of Justice mid
fair play, are of verj great service,
not mil) to the wage-workers but to
Ih now thoroughly established In Honolulu, and
in any persons linvc availed themselves of the rcat
opportunities offered by Its benclltH and liberal
terms. Fop particulars apply at the office of the
secretary, nt)3 UERUTANIA NT , or to any member
of the association.
TELEPHONE BLUE S71
From the Springs at Puna.
Arrangements have been made to
have this fine mineral wuter bottled la
this city at tliu Fountain Soda Works,
One Case of 100 Bottles (pints)
One case of SO Bottles (pints)
A rebate of One Dollar will be mule
upon the return of shipping case and
Telephone Main 270.
Bulletin 75c per month
Draye Tor Freight
Our representative meet all In com
Ing steamers from the Coast, and v.
check baggage on all outgoing 1tM.11
White and Black Sin For Sale
Office with Evening Bulletin, lit
King street Tel 66.
ft. LARSEN, M'f'r.
When You Want a Rig
RINO UP Tim
LIVERY BOARDING and
I 1 l l : 518 FORT OTHKtl
Btable 'Phone. 109 Main.
Hack Stand, 'Phones 313 and .
C. H. BELLINA.
Honolulu Iron Works.
ImproTed and modern SUGAR MA
CH1NEIIY of every capably and de
scription made to order. Boiler wort
nel RIVKTED PIPH3 for Irrlgatloi
purpose specialty. Particular attea
lion paid to JOB WORK, and repair
eicx'utwl at ehorteet notle.
Dr. Archibald fT Sinclair.
Offices Rooma 208-209 Boston build
InK. Fort Streot.
Telephones Office, Main 385; Ret
Idence, White 2881.
Hours 11 a. m. to 1 p. m ; I to I
p. m.; 7 to 8 p in.: Sundays, 12 to 2 p.ra
r. O. Box 801.
MANUFACTURED FROM PURE
DISTILLED WATER. : : : I
Delivered to any part of.
city by courteous driver.
Oahn Ice and Electric Co-
TELEPHONE BLUE 1151.
HOFFHAN & HARKHAn.
Beaver Lunch Rooms
Port Ht., bot. Queen and Merchant
Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
Kverytnlng flrst-claia. Complete line
Key West and Domnstlc Cigars alwara
H, J, NOLTE, Proorietor.
M. PhilliDS & Co.
Wholale Importer and Jobber.
European and American Dry Goods
Fort and Queen 8te
DECKER, rERNANDES & GO.
Real Bitate Agents.
We also make a specialty of enlarging
Office, tor. tiouth and King Streets.
P. O. Box 321: 'Phone 262 Main.
Fine Job Printing at the Bulletin of-
(.Continued on Pago 7.)