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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., MnsiuY. MARCH 26. 1900.
i I ,
Sale Now On
650 Dozen Ladies' Stockings
in Black, White and Tan
at Almost Half Price.
LOT 1 Ladles' Tan, drop.stltr.h hole, full line of slies
regular 25c. value, slightly spotted; on sale at 10d Per Plr
LOT 2 Ladles' plain black hose, Hermsdorff dye, sizes
8 1-2 and 9 1-2; regular 25c. value, on sale..l5 Per Pa,r
LOT 3 Ladles' plain black hose, extra fine, Hermsdorff
dye, all sizes; 25c. value, on sale at. .. . . .1Q23 Per Palr
LOT A Ladles' black, drpp-stltch hose, sizes 8 and 10;
regular 25c. value, on sale at lG2-3 Per Palr
LOT 5 Ladles' all lace black hose, all sizes; regular 35c.
value, on sale at 20d P'r pajr
' LOT 6 Ladles' black silk plaited hose, all sizes; regular
GOc. value, on sale at S5d per pair
LOT 7 Ladles' white drop stitch hose, all sizes; regular
25c, value, on sale at 12 1-2i per pair
LOT 8 Ladles' lace ankle white hose, all sizes; regular
' 35c. value,, on sale at 17 1-2J per pair
LOT 9 Ladles' white lace hose, all sizes; regular 35c.
value, on sale at N 20d Per Pa,r
LOT 10 Ladles' fine white cctton hose, all sizes; regular
35c. value, on sale at 17 1-2 per pair
N. 8. SACHS
Dry Goods Company Ltd.
CORNER FORT AND BERETANIA 8TREET8.
Theodore Richards has answered tho
letters sent blm by Treasurer Camp
bell, which appeared In the Uullctln
last Saturday, as follows:
1 March 24.
Treasurer A. J. Campbell, Honolulu.
Dear Sir: I have your letter of
March 23d In answer to mine of tho
19th Inst. I note that the names of
those who deny acknowledging signa
tures on the petition of Sing Sing, Kal
natlu, Konn, the mentioned arc Charles
T. Slmerson and W. F, Roy My In
formant tells mo that these were the
only two he approached. Your sug
gestion about cur getting the sworn af
fidavits Is not n bad one nnd 1 would
be glad to do so did I not think thnt It
doolves upon our department to do
tn regard (o the license of Shlbaya-'
ma you take exception to my remark
that representation was made to ou
that all the. property owners had signed
but one. My lnformnnt,Dr, A. S, Mak
er, states as follows.
Mr, Campbell was Informed that
there was but ono owner not down,
namely, Miss Anna Paris. There are
Others. John Smith, Ocorgo Smith,
John Todd, W. J. Yntcs, John Atkins.
I have the fact stated llkcwlso In agree
ment with your statement that there
was n longer petition of October 21st
of Japancso names thrown out.
I nm making no charge against your
department for the Issuance of that lic
ense but am merely restating my
claim made In the paper that there !
fraud In the obtnlnlng of It which, at
far as I know nt present, docs not In
voUe jour ofllco.
As to our final statement In the let
ter that we are not Informed as to the
law, I would slate that no great claim
on our part Is mado In this particular
and we aro fortunnto In having officials
that do know tho law. 1 enclose, how
eer, a copy of our digest which may
Unqualified Success of
and Miss Adams.
Lydia E. Pinhham's
in Cases of Mrs. Fox
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JSyKSFannlc Fox TMMlliiluellaAdamstJ
ENCLOSED ARC LAMPS
There are more AdamaBagnall Con
stant Direct Current 8erles Enclosed
Arc Lamps used for street lighting
throughout the United States, Canada
and Mexico, than all other makes of
this type of lamp combined.
Thousands of A D Arc Lamps
' have been Installed In alt classes of
mills, factories, foundries and retail
and wholesale stores throughout the
country, and are giving universal sat
isfaction. HAWAIIAN ELECTRIC Co,, Ltd,
Office KINO ST. nr. ALAKEA ST.
'PHONE MAIN 390.
Jno of tlio preatcsl trlnmphsof Lyilla (
B. I'lnkliam s Vegetable. Compound Is
.ho conquering of woman's dread
Ho-callcd "vrandcrlnirrialnn" mar
!orao from Its early stngcn, or the pre-
-nco of danger may bo made manifest
By exrrsMvo monthly period ai-rnm-panted
by unusual pain cxtcmlini; from
.he abdomen tlirough tho grolu and
If yon have myaterlouspalns, If there
ire Imllcatlonsof In (lamination, ulcera
tion or displacement, don't watt for
timo to confirm your fenx and go
through the horrors of nhoipltalopera
tlon; secure I.yilla V. l'lnkliam's Vege
table Compound at onco ami Iwgln
Its u io and vtrlte Mrs. Plnklmm of
Lynn, Mass., for advice.
Head these strong letters from grate
ful women who have, been cured:
Dear Mrs. rinVham: (Flivt fetter.)
"In looking oer your book I i-'etuntyour
lucMicino cures minors, i nmo imtii u a
lit the phyitclnn and he says I bare no sign
of a tumor now. It has alo bmuglit my
period around once more) and I am .
entirely w ell I nhall never lie without a. tiot-
tie of I.yilla l'lnltlmm's Vegetable Compound
lnth9uouv." Fannie I). Koz, Ilrnlford, Fa.
Another Cunn of Tumor Cured
liy I-jillu i: Plnklinni'H VokcIu
Dear Mrs. llnVhnm:
" Alnut threw yearn ago I bad Intrnw pain
In my ttomarh, with eranii and rnglng
henilaebes. Tho ilortor prewriued for me,
but nmllnf that I did not rrt anv lotter lia
eiamlnml me and, to my surprlte, declared
i iiaiin lumor.
"I felt nire that It meant my death warrant,
ami was iry dihenrtenel I upent bumlreili
of dollars In doctoring, but the tumor kept
growing, till the dnLtnr Mild that liotblng but
an oiieratlon would me me. Fortunately I
rnrrriniiinl with my aunt In one of th,' New
KuslA!idKtatrH,whfi ndvimd me to trv Lydla
mlttlng to an oivrntlon, anil I at mice iitnrted
laking n rtgiuar treat
great relief that mv cei
Improve, ami after three monlli I iiotlci-1
We have Just received a splendid consignment of choice olives,
Genuine Large Green SPANISH QUEEN OLIVES
MEXICAN MANZANILLO OLIVES
This Is an especially fine lot of olives and will be sold In bulk.
Many people are unaware of the fact that olives sold In bulk are
equally 'as good as bottled olives. These olives of ours are, If any
thing, better than glass goods, And at a Lower Prlcel
Metropolitan Meat Co., Ltd.
'PHONE MAIN 45.
taklnic n rteu r treatment, flmlln? to mv
rent relief that my general heartlilieKnii to
-sfsi- A Digestive Marvel -
I nm In receipt of joura (second let- "ranu no mis ine iran a tumor i
tcr) of March 23 ns the result of our Si"1 ? .KC Si? iKI!-JL'.i5 T? V'
communication through the papers 1 Xr
should like to bclloe, Mr. Campbell Deai-jirs.l'InVham!- (Second Utter.)
that ou Intended to answer my Utter i take the lllwrty to congratulate j on on
of March 19th. nnd 1 will nssuinc that tha nunmn I hnvo hc.1 with vnur oii.!rrni
I your prctlous letter of March 23d did . lllS,'f,ln10-
not coma u tho result of our publlca-', tonWuShrtTv0'riB?t-mJ,,r,ri
tionor mo wncrnors conversation miuedtonthorouRli .Mmlnatlon by i,hy
Vltli mjsclf ' rUInn, ami was told that I had a tumor
Now In tho matter of your complaint- and would hao to undergo on o;rati.m.
ns to my statement of facts' 1 "I soon after read one of youra.hertUe-
lst. 1 did not stato In my comraunl. 55" 'H"",1..!1 1."V1lk:
An,inn i.n n ...... . . z. .,., i. . iiani s egetoiile Uompnunil n trial. Aiur
cation thnt any protest or petition had taking fho bottles as directed, the tumor H
come concerning the two , licenses entirely gone. I baveacnln Imn examlneil
ciD'ihVWr Wtfis; l,d,a E plnkham's Veit,ab,e Corapound' Woman's Ry Ter v"' '
to the Governor to corroborate my
statement that "there has been con-'
lldernblc Intel est aroused among the
people there by opposing petitions tor
2d. I hate already dealt with the
IShlbajama petition but my statement I
In I tin tin HAP tit thn nlrtht fin rnno is. afi '
aa aiu i'iivi ws tuv viriiv iiuuivo ntiu
ihoso which jou finally sifted down II Tullul, n . ... ..
lour omce inn matter t lrreievntit limine iiai mil i.iiait i
anihow since lam not ImnuunlnE youi-i tin.. ... . . ..,.. ...n I'1" nobody was L irt This is n of
- .1 MMt4.V w II lh I 1IIIIU h IV ... ....... ........ ...II(.(K.
1Tllt.ll II III I I. UtlUUil I tl H l'V IIHOl lUlillllill) LUIIIBIU'I,
that thn tumor hml rtvlueeil In rIu
on taking the (.'oimmunii. nnd In ten mout
It hml entlnlr illMipiienred without an oiH.r
atlon, and lining no inttdlcliio but l.ydla K.
rinkham's Vegetahla Uonirnnniil. ami nord4
fail to ei.nii how- grateful I am for U cxl
, u uo mine, mo " jiim uiella Ailam, Uolon
I iuiiIk Ilotil. Kentlln Wn.li
, ..., .. .
Kueh unquestionable testimony
proves tho value of Lvdla H. l'lnkhnm a
Vegetnblo Coinpoiind, and should give
conlldence and hope to every sick
Mrs. I'lnkliam Invites all tilling
women to write to burnt Lynn, Mass.,
PER THE 3. 8. NEDRASKAN
A Fine Lot of Reasonably
SUITABLE FOR PLANTATION
Schuman Carriage Co.,
ALEX. YOUNG BLDO.
Stops that distress after eating
For sale by, your druggist or by
W, C. Peacock & Co., Ltd
mcrrlnl la The IluIIrltiil
Wailuku, Maul, March 23. A past
senger car nnd n freight trnln both be
longing to tho Knhulul rnilronl. iot
elded near Wadsworth's led works this
afternoon. Tha curs wcrj dcmolishel
self or your ofllce for tho Issuance of
mm license, inis ining i wouiu iiku
to nsk, since you had so many Illegal I
names attuched to that petition, would JAPANE8E GOING FROM HAWAII
tiot it hno been wiser for you us a TO THE MAINLAND CAUSING
public omclal to look with suspicion i SOME ALARM TALK OF
r.f I he
ear so far, for tho others hs"e been
disastrous so far to human Itle nnd
( Deputy Attorney (lenernl I'lemlng
,;coes to Honolulu by tonight's Klnnu
I lie mny or may not return WcdiuuLiy
Scier.il lady Wsltors from Honolulu
tin tho test of the names?
3d. There Is nn error probably In the
I I t1 A4t lnlnt' hnlilAlir nnli fik
LSI 11 11 LUlll llllllllli IIUIUCII. IIU BI1LI1 Ull I .. . . ... . I .-. . -f ., ., ... .-.,
plication nor any record of such nppll.'. "" '" "ming mey pro ueginning ,ia,hed tip Main street. Wailuku. this
cation can bo found in this olllce." al- ''i"" "unH' ,Vhe p" blJlty "f "fternoon. for a visit up beautiful la.,
though ono K. aiilbaynma has made ,"":""","" . , ' ". ' "lJ ") wcro un inuunipii on
nn application for a license to nmnu- ""JV, "".,"' '"',ne "r" K"'"B rn'lc' Prancing steeds and presented
facture wine nt llolualoa. N. Kona. In i7 "7, " i .r f. , ' """"'V """' iiuue n ueauuiui spcciacio io ucnoiu.
the published statement Issued In the "T?" a?1' ,h? Jl"n" nilgrnl on, ' .
Sac-rofX'snol' t- XtU ALFONSO LIKIS SPLENDOR
jj I MW UrttlHI Ul VellBCllUV, tJUIUlllkj l .
From the Uulletln wo simply copied llarilcl',l",,?!er.t' , ,t . , Madrid. March 6 -King Alfonso Is
that this Shlbnynnm was an applicant - ,''X'" "'". tI i .i U i? i cr',,lll" " 0lm"8 l0 lme more
for a sccond-cliss license (which refeis r:; -" ; - , " "-,,.--", " "", "'" I'"P n" woro ipiennor at uia mar-
Waukesha's ORIGINAL Mineral Water
A New Man In Every Bottle.
FOR 8ALH BVimYWIIURE
JVlcPA.RI.AINliCfcCo., Sole Agents.,
to manufacturing . This, too, I con- r,",L,n, ,,"; .1 i," , ". " "nc " marKea nny
slder trivial, as I claim still that he E'n?hVL, T J '.. . ,,V, ronl e,cnl 0no 'cature w"'
has no right to any llccnso If Droved '". '.rc.a ?"e' by n JP,l.nc8o Invos on unparalleled procession of
fraudulent in his methods of obtaining ?B". lQ"1 ,B l "Be wa no' '' ,ar ': coaches. Ills Majesty has
luill nuvil IIIU IIIIIU UIUKU 1I1VU
the other license.
gorgeous vehicles ready and hopes to
Now. If joudeilro to Ignore our com- ZTUT !J.VM JE?""? "' .'l',!"?" '.' '"fty In the procession.
plaint on the grouud of our alleged lu-
populatlon of this
commonwealth. sixteen of these historic creations hae
iccuracles )ou will have to settle with i'la 'h,f.rD.a" r,.,Z T 'l8 ' a,' ,,10t UMn ln ma"y -".
jour own conscience. (I should huvo 0,lt rho ,-ader Prediction A weelt have been rcpulred under the i
i.iSl.i .. .uu X .1 U....iii.J .. n V or so ngo It was announced that a tol- i.nil,n nf ih. KinB it i n
.. "'" v it., i , . 'onv nf nmi flvft Imnilrnil .lninni hml r. . l . .- ..
your rererenco to our actlvllty or :",, ,"',,,.,,"., "J ,,,u .. r . " ovrr' Dpaown amrreign to try io
non-acthlty Is. of course, Immaterial. "cu"a inirli, iiSS.i'n wl i'lcc,,nM U1" Predecessors In tho matter
but I gUo you my consent to call at- ""J,0"11 j"'f. l' nt?J"Vj Lm' of K"la coai:bcs- anJ Alfon, ha ucen
tentlon publicly to any inaccuracies ' rnownc,0,"8t, 1'IS1?: no ""P"""-
which, you found In the letter which ad? a"dn?0U,rt" "alUayn "'?;','" I Somn "le tat0 wtehes are de-
' .1.1.1 .i. ... i.,. ... have none but Japanese laborers on oriit nririn. n u u.,.i
jumuajr U.I..K kkuii juui "l- ,ho ,,.,n. ,Muron horo n.,,1 llrln I ",.V" -mA 7 .".-T' r.,. " .V. "ir."
V i . i ,1 , ., 1. , ' " l0H8iifu luriuisa siieii unu la eaii-
I do not like to find myself arrayed ;""?"?? , n , , " ,rV I .l ' ma'"1 t0 h worth ,10"'000'
ngalnst a public olllclal and I bell?ve P;.?!1 "'T! ' "?kP In .he"? S mWTr.mTSiS3!:
mat sucn is not necessary. As tar as , . ,;,,.. some years ago when tho tariff war
I can see no published statement nf , , , b , h , , WM'woi on, tho adherents of the doctrlm
l"'"0 r "''?trUaSnar,,nnCLn. called or U th.r nK to com. a day Pf Protection justly made much capital
irii l.n, uMM. i l.ni. iiniu w lcr l0 n" "c " tlllllK 0 "' ui uia siuigmein mai uio Amen
crltlclira which I lime was plainly W,tq nuor ln womlng. The Japan 'c workmen nnd tho Amerlrnn labor-
S'Jh.ThrS r"". we ha.e already gained a foothold lu . "b IWU want to ha to subsist on
'this Btate, and tho Invasion Is only Just i"" awrvuuun wages oi i.uropc. how
'started Already tbero are n nunibei l hc American feci when he has to
I of Japanese employment agents whot',mrte with the JnpT That Is Just
.aro making a. good thing out of thai"''""' what It will amount Io If the
business of finding work for theli , present Invaslc Is allowed to go un-
'countrymen If these "ondronea ate iiiieciiui
ccrmltlcd to do so, they will Hood the
state with iooIIcs, and labor conditions,
PACIFIC TRANSFER CO.
WILL CALL FOR YOUR BAGGAGE
We pack, haul and ihip your
goods and save you money.
Dealers Sn STOVE WOOD, COAL and KINDLINGS.
Storage in Brick Warehouse, 126 Ktnjr St. Phone Main 58
Help Fop AH wallach's Indian Remedies
TrtJt Xluk RctltttrtJ
Fcr Sires, Piles, or any Skin Dis
ease, that Is supposed to be hopeless,
Waltach's Indian Remedies will curs
For sale by all druco'sts.
Put up by the HONOLULU REM
EDY CO., P. O. BOX 677.
(lection with the Shlbayama license
Vours ery truly,
DEATH OF WM. DUNOAR.
Th Monksyi "Say, old man, evolution hain't dons much for you aftsr alll"
Cleveland Plain Dtalsr,
Medical authorities In France have
rilscotered that a fairly good substitute
for quinine, for use In cases of marsh
fever, or other malarial disease, can
be concocted from the gentian. Peas
ants In Auvergne have long used a sort
of brandy made from that plant to com
bat such diseases.
(Sptcitl to Th Hutltttnt
Wailuku. Maul, March 23. William ulreadv serlonslv demoralized, will toon
Dunbar, aged about CO, died at Main- become Intolerable Io the white man
lani Hospital last Tuesday evening. s all very well to say tho Japan
Ho was stricken with paralysis while cso aro quiet. tnoffenBlve Indlvlduals
nt work at Walkapu one day laBt week that they do their work well u'nd nellh
nnd ho was resioved to tho Malulanl or troubio their neighbors nor thnlr
Hosrltal for treatment. Wlfo of le- employers, but tho fact remains thut
ceased and Thos. R. Lucns, brothcrln. th0y are willing to work for less mone)
law, both arrived Tuesday night from than a white man can. They can Ihe
Honolulu per Klnau. Funeral took cheaper, Tho American-born docs not
place In Wailuku on Wednesday morn, care to come down to tho Japanes'i
Ing under the auspices of the Masonic plane-of living, and, consequently, the
fraternity. Deceased was uunca witn japancso cro displacing the wine uiou
Kffnmln l.nra n, Wnlllllll MmalnrV Th. nn l.l.llnn .a Ik. Inn ...
. many of tho local members of tho that It Is Impossible for this country to
i ' brotherhood attending the funeral In assimilate him. In the first place, he
l imi th historical eanltal of Peru body. does not wish to become an American
Lima, the historlLai capital ot ieru( yan V1)et )g expoct0(, from and. even f ho dla. bis racial character-
Is to have a system of electric street Honolulu this evening. He cornea up Isllcs would prove a barrier to suih
railroads operated by power obtained to Inspect tho Wailuku company, Co. proceedings. lie Is over hero to simply
fiom falls In the Rlmac River, thirty yF!,lH!lr!Lf;!W"Tr' make what money ha can and then cart
, ,,, . . ,A Hawaii, under Coptaln W. E, Ual, com- It back home he cares nothing for this
miles from the city. Tho cars uVd mMiWw country or Us people and Is utterly In-
will bo American, and so will the elec-. different to the moral rights of others
trie machinery and the track. ' Evening Dullttln 75tJ per month. I so long as ho can get a Job.
REAL E8TATE DARQAIN8.
Ideal country homo nt Manoa Valley,
surrounded by river; good bathing;
fir coltago, barn, lnwn. fruit trees,
near car lino; a bargain,
For tCSO. I am authorized to sell 2 20
acres, with small Iioiibo, off Nuuanii
Ave. near rnr lino; Free water; Real
Mime 2000.00. Owner Is forced to
1 1-2 story rcsldcnco, 1213 Matlock
Ae., i bedr,, clec. wire, 1 block
from 2 car lines, $20. per m.
tr. cottage and servant h. at Walklkl
beuch, good bathing; (10. per m
P. K. 11. 8TRAUCH,
ssmwmnwiwm mm mm mmmmK
G, Q. YEE HOP & GO. 1
t. We always welcome a comparison of prices and an examlna- 2
J. tlon of our frtsh meat. This applies to our Meat Business, on ?
P all of which our prices are as reasonable as Is consistent with -
the standard of quality, and strictly maintained In a most sinl. --g
?" tary condition.
Telephone Order Department
mj Patrons unable to visit our establishment are assured expe- ZZ
aw. dltlous service and tha same careful attention as Is given to pur- 3
y- chases made In person. 'SZZ
Z TELEPHONE MAIN 51. N. KINQ STREET.
102 J FORT 8T., I
O. O. F. Bldg. d 151 HOTEL ST, oppotlta VOUNQ HoUt,
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