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F.VKNINO nUM.RTJN, IIONOMtM , T. H., FRIDAY. JAN. 2:.. I07.
THURSDAY, FRIDAUND SATURDAY
Last Three Days for Specials in
At Prices Almost Cut In Two
t t a
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANIES TUT Health of American Women
OPERATE IN HAWAII AND THEIR
SAN FRANCISCO RECORD
A Subject Much Discussed at Women's Clubs
The Future of a Country Depends on the
Health of Its Women.
STYLISH DRESS GOC DS
Cray mixed, GC Inches wide,
RLUC MIXED SUITING
Cb Inches wide,
$2.25 quality ....
... $1.25 yd.
56 Inches wide, All New; Drown and
$1.25 quality 85 yd-
' Double width, 00c quality
.NAVY DLUE CHEVIOT SERGE
AM Wool, 50 Inches wide,
$1.00 quality SOtf yd.
FOUR GREAT LEADERS
WHITE SILK GLOVES
Duttonless, sizes 6, 7, 7 1-2 and 8,
00c quality 15 pair
LISLE SUEDE GLOVES
In Black and Gray, all sizes,
COc quality ,( pair
'HLACK TAFFETA GLOVES
2 Buttons, all sizes,
30c quality ...J..
ODD, LOTS OF SlLK AND LISLE
III broken sizes, will be marked at
I Tf HALF PRICE -C
WHITE SUEDE KID GLOVES
Elbow lengths, sizes 5 3-1, 6 and 7
$1.50 quality at .... , 95 pair
N. S. SACHS DRY
Has Stood the
l tiiiACcointsa ca Jt
between the cost of Keroiene and Electricity and the de
grees of comfort and satisfaction obtained from the two
illuminants that it seems r.trango that Electricity Is not
Installed in every home. Cleanliness, cheerfulness and '
comfort .ire admirably ucrved liy the Incandescent Light
ind home Ic happier Jnri hsrflthlcr for Ito use. Call us up
on tho 'phono and we will bend a man to talk to you
Hawaiian Electric Co., Ld.
Tel. Main 390 '
QUN AND LOCKSMITH.
GENERAL REPAIR 8HOP.
Safes Opened, Typewriters, Cash Reg
isters and Sewing Machines, Lawn
Mowers cleaned, adjusted and repaired
REMOVED TO UNION STREET.
ALL-WOOL FANCY SUITINGS.
SO and 54 Inches wide, .
$2.00 quality Spi.25 yd
BLUE MIXED SUITING
All Wool, Double Width,
CAMELS HAIR PLAIDS
All Wool, extra wide,
75c quality ,
Double Width, $1.00 quality 50( yd.
Double Width, 90c quality. QQf yd.
R. & G.
AT LESS THAN CATALOGUE
This may-teem remarkable and no
doubt Is, as under ordinary circum
stances we would not be permitted, to
cell them at less than catalogue prices,
but these are lots that we are going to
discontinue, hence you get the bene
fit; they are ALL NEW, Up-To-Date
AT A SUBSTANTIAL CUT IN
BEGINNING ON MONDAY
$1,50 BED SPREADS . S1.15
1.75 " " . 81.40
12-00 " " . 81.05
2.25 " " . 81.75
$2-50 " . 81.05
Test of Time
is no experiment Involved In
It has stood supreme above ail oth
ers through years of constant use and
has never been equaled In quality.
YOUR GROCER HAS ITI
& Co., Ltd.
At Low Prices
. HOTEL aTREET JEWELERS.
Treasurer Campbell in Ills cipasltyi
ns Insurance I'ominlh'liiiiur, Im iuiIo
n compilation uf llio H'MNirt of vail-
nun Slnlo Insurance Commissioners on
I lie flro nml mnrltit. Iimiiii.u.'. rom-
panlca ilolim business In tills Trill-j
lory, wllli enoclitl rctmeneo to lliclr,
teronl following tho Han Francisco.
Tho tubulated statcmeii' prepaid! h)'
the Commissioner In very complete
mul gives the slulun of men imiip.thy
midrr the following li'iulit: AdmllUd
assets, liabilities except capital, palil Soma nt 85 ami 90 per rent but largely
up capital, Net surplus, Surpuw tn'l-3 tnsh, 1-3 In fi inontlin nml 1-3 In
policyholders, San Kniuclsen confla-J li months.
grntlon losses, Gross loss. Umriirniicc, CA1.KDONIAN- 75 (o 9S per cent.
HnlvnRc. Net losses Incurred. Ainiiunt COMMERCIAL t'NION. of tendon
palil In rash, net amount unpaid. Policy contains rnrthipinkn clause. Set-
, ..!.... -i....... n. tiii..i lied at 50 milt 75 tier rent neeorillnt: to
'. .... . ,.. .
puu ... ." ....V.K.. ...,-....,.
Thn tnliulatlim Is under il.iln f Oct
31. 1900, (ml does not Include '.lie Kirs
muii-H Fund of San Francisco. Thin, mi Aat...iA i iu.n-7.. io .... pen
ointulssloii is iluu to the fallii of imnioccnt. j
Stuto comiiilsRloners In nnko n icjioiti
on the eotnpaiiy. Tho trr-ju.uivr lian
explained this In n lellcr to F.ift Mi-r-
i.liants" Association which !io kiJM ho rcnt lu'slock of the mnipiiny. tllalni
will Rive outinftqrilhe injicluin's Pit' vnts have Renerally acceijted tills offer.
throiiRh with It. Innhllil) to report, (IKIIMAN AI.MANCK Knrtlmunko
on this company Is merely duo to thn
delays of other comnilssloneiu i.nd he j
does not wish to rejKirt p.irlinlly. Ill
Is known lociilly that l In XireineTi .(I
Fund lias made it cry rimsI ;ccori nml
hus tho conflilcnro of Bra Fiiinclseatis
Kcncml Infornmllnii llio iwoi'l
of tho various coiuiinuiM ttlile'i do
business In this Territory tlio follow
liiK list Is given:
A STATEMENT OF Till: I1ASIS OF
SETTLEMENT MADE IIY FINE
AND FIRE AND MAItlNE IN
SIJHANCE COMPANIES TUANff
ACTINO llUSlNEtfS IN Till!
TERRITORY OF HAWAII. Willi
POLICYHOLDERS WHO SUS
TAINED LOSSES IN THE SAN
FRANCISCO DISASTER OF
APRIL 18, 1900.
(nmplted from tho rcsirt of Pinfesw
Whitney, head of the ninilic'.n'it
leal department of tho Unlvendty
of California; niiiilo for tho Hoard
of Trustees, of I ho Chumliei of
Commerce, of San Francisco.
AACHEN & MUXICII Most claims
in 7f. per cent.
AETNA 100 per cent,
AORICUI.TURAI Mostly In full,
less 2 ;cr cent for cash.
Since tho leturn as n naval srnninn
of V. H. Aliliey. who gavo .1 .'cctiiro
lieforo tho stuilcnls of the Kaineliaiuc-
lia schools last Sunday night on the
dlsclpllno of tho Nnv, iniiiiy of the
old hoys have been encouraged to fol
low the sen-life. Eddie Illake, one of
the graduates of Knnirhamehn, Ih,iuw
lu (own, having arrived from Koloa,
Kauai. Hd'sayH that he was going
uwuy to tho mainland to' continue bin
education. Ho ls d hlncksuilt'i by
truth) hut was 'cttiWtled out by tho
Japancw. 'Wlillo urtny ho will apply
himself to his study and work for his
sclioolliig lu spare limn. Ho had inado
up his inliid to leavo ou tho Amerlia
Main, hut rhauged his plan when ha
Ifnrncd that he would have to pay
$200 extra or taking, pakniko In a
htennior flying a foreign' ling. Ho suid
that Joseph Kalnlua, who Is now
singing lu the East, hud written to
hliii. Illake, however, believes lu
sticking to his trade.1 Hn will leavj
for llio coast In I ho Alameda If ho can
hoi net nro room In tfio Ventura.
Tlic Counts' lleacou, the now Demo
irntle weekly paiwr, will, according to
the latest plans of tho Democrats bo
made u permanent Institution and nnt
only n three months' proposition. Tho
lirst Issue will appear next Saturday.
The paper will bo published by tho
Aioim Ainu corporation, wmch wat,
recently fir$unlicd by prominent mem
hero of the Democrat le party,
Walklki Inn is now owned hy W. C.
Rergln. Accommodations, supplies
end attendance absolutely first olsss.
Fittest bathing on tho beach.
mmr- bulletin ass. pay -
Furnished 5r. cottage, Manoa Valley,
Ideal Summer Home. Large Tool
for swimming. Mountain air. Sta
ble. Near car line. $17.00 per m,
7-room Cottage nrnr Knlulanl School
$16. per ni,
AMHRICAN CKNTKAI Mostly In
(nil, 2 Io 6 per tent illbt-nimt for rush.
AMHRICAN. of Newark Muslli' In
lull, low 2 nor rent fnr'rnsh.
AI.I.IANCIi, of Iindon 1'ollcy rnn
IiiIiih curthiuakc clause. Settled nt
HO nnil 7S pel rent according to loca-
Hon. I'uld claims of $500 or less In
full, nnil nt leant 500 on clnlmi) of Mil
i ATI. AH In full less 1 or ! ner lent
IHUTISII AMIIRICA, of Toronto-
location. Paid claims of J500 or less'
$500 or more.
KIUHMUN'B I'P.ND Has paid 20
.,cr ct.Mi; has o"eied to pay 30 cr cent i
m(,ro In cash nml reuialnliiK 60 per
rlniiso not token advatitnKe of; settkd.
full, less 2 per (cut for cash,
(1EU.MAN AMI:Iu6aX Knrtliqiiake
clause not taken advantiiRe of; settled
u full, less 2 )vr rent for cash,
(lUAlll)IAN', if Iimlon No loss.
IIAMHURd-imnJIKN 75 per cent.
IIAUTFOUI) III full, less 2 per lent
1IOMB FIUB & MAHINi: Snine ns
INDEMNITY Policy contains
rnrthquaku clause. Settled at 50 and
75 per cent according to location. Paid
ilalms of $500 or less In full mid at
lenst $500 on claims of $50(1 or more.
INSURANCE CO. OF NORTH
AMERICA In full, less 2 vr rent for
LAW UNION k CROWN In full,
less 2 per cent for cash.
LIVERPOOL . LONDON & OI.OUi:
100 isir cent.
LONDON ASStJUANCH CORP. Ill
ful), less 2 lT..cciit for cash.
LONDON r& ..LANCASHIRE Avci
ukciI 93 per cent.
MERCANTILE FIRE & MARINE
Mosl In full, u-s 2 to 5 per cent for
NATIONAL, of Hartford Averaged
91 per cent.
Lack Of Busincs
Nunanu Dam Move
"It nppears to me," said n prominent
citizen to ii llullelln man this morn
ing, "that this passing up or the Nil
unnit dam huslniss to tho ICKlslaturu
Is somen hut peculiar.
"As I understand It, this present
Terrlttulnl administration has gained
prominence, for Its business capacity.
As rampaicd with Its irrtlcvi,tir,l,'sl
ncss has Imcii written In largo letters
by the leading officers of tho prcsenl
"Now, It seems to mo hardly luisl-lirsH-IIke
In turn this tluni over to the
legislature. Whut can tho incmticrs
tlo? Siiijs)so thoy coiidonm or upprow.
Is It still not tip to llio engineering ex
perts and the cxccutlvn officers In
thnrgo of the ilam construction?
"What do thn members of the
IjCgistutuie know ubout thn technical
ities of earth dam building? They
tould emplo) u committed of exiicrt
to go over thn work, but our exccullvo
business administration rnn do that.
"Without prejudice to either side,
the rourso of affairs thus fur does not
ttppcal to me as remarkably business
like." III 1L0H
Wm. K Isaac, the promoter of llio
organization of tho Itoyul School Al
umni Association, ptatea that u meet
ing will bo held at thn itojal school
on Saturday afternoon tho 26th, at I
o'clock. All llioco who have attended
tho Royal school nre requested Io bo
present lit this meeting. Principal
'Mackintosh, it Is said, will preside nt
tho meeting and proper steps wilt' bo
taken toward organizing an Alumni
Association similar to thnsn of St.
L-juls, Oahu nnd the Knmehnmelia.'
The nssoclntloii, If organized, will havo
nothing todo with politics. There uic
nhout right) Royal school students lu
town, who are doing very well In hind
nebs.' The puhllt! at largo Is cordially
lnvled to (his meeting and any sug
gcMluna will' io tlinnkfully received.
The BU8INE8S MAN'S HANDY. IN
DEX, published In the Saturday Bulle
tin and the Weekly Edition, gives a
concise and complete resume, of all le
gal notices, calls for tenders, Judg
ments, building permits and real es
tate transactions. Evening Bulletin,
7K4 nsr menth. Weekly Bulletin.
Ni:V ZEALAND In full less 2 pofi
rent for cash. Settled 1-5 of miIIcIcf
with earthquake cIhiihc nt "5 to HO per
NIAdAHA III full, less 2 Ikt cent
NOHTIIKKN. of l,ondnn
less 1 icr ceni for cash.
NOIIWICII UNION Policy contains
cnrinn,uni.n clause, neuieci ai mi iinu,
76 per cent niconlliiK to location, Paid
rlAlms of $500 or less In full anil nt I
Unst $500 on claims of $500 or more
OHIKNT AvcniRcfl 9.1 jwr cent.
I'AI.ATINK Policy contains earth
minko tlnusc. Settled at 50 ami 75 per,
cent nccordlng l location, Paid claim:)
of $500 or less In full, ami nt least $j00l
on claims of $500 or more.
PKNNSYI.VANIA In full less
6 per cent for rash.
1,0I,N,v. r ir(,Uly-lleKnn by
Iiilscountlng at 75 jsr cent; Inlcr set-
,,,0KNXt ,,r ,,,!, r, M
;, IM,r V(.M fr c.nit. '
PHOUNIX, of Hnrtforil Kartliqual.u
clause led to settlement of early claims
nt 75 icr cent: bulk of claims settled
without reference to cnrthiiiako clause,
inobtly In fnll less 2 Mr rent for cash.
KcnenlltiA'percehtV larKcly lu full Ics
2 per tent' for'crtsh. .
PRUSSIAN NATIO.NAI, 75 per!
QUEEN 100 per cent.
ROYAL KXCHANOE S5 to M pel
ROYAI 100 per rent.
SCOTTISH UNION lu full, less t
.er tent for cash.
SPHINOFIEI.D-Ill full, less 1 per
rent for cash.
ST. PAUL FIRE & MARINE Most
ly In full less 2 to 5 per cent for cash.
SUN In full, less 2 ikt rent for
SVEA 75 per cent nnd up.
UNION ASHURANCE-ln full, lessi
ner cent for ensh. I
WESTERN, of Toroulo-Sonio nt 85 1
mid 90 per rcnt hut hirgoly at 1-.1 rush.
l-ll lu li monlliM nnd 1-3 lu 12 months.
WILLIAMSItVlRO CITY Most pol
icies contain eaithqtmke clause. Set
tled on these at 50 to 75 per cent n
(ordlng to location; (in such policies
paid claims of $500 or less iii full, nnd
tit least $500 on claims of ,$500 or more;
settled policies that did not contain
inrthquakc cluuse largely at 95 per
YORKSHIRE, of London-No loss.
Oakland, Jan. 9. W. II. Reld.
j ears of age, who formerly wan 'em
ployed In the Health Department of
Honolulu, committed suUlde Inst niRlit
lu his room at the Royal Hotel at 1221:
Ilroadway hy cutting his throat with n
itizor. Ho was found dead shortly lifter
1 o'clock this afternoon by Mrs. Kate
Thompson, the housekeeper at thoi
hotel. So determined was the stroke
Willi, which field ended Ills life that
tho head was almost severed from thn
A clow Io tho cause of tho tragedy
was supplied' by John Rodrlck and I..
J. Knnborn, who had accompanied Hold
to this city from Honolulu. Rodrlck
Informed thn Coroner that after his
dismissal from the position In the.
Health Department Held had begun to
drink heavily and at times hud ap
peared dcsoiideiit. Held, according to
Iiodrlck, had been visiting thn .race
track almost continuously since his ar
rival In this city on December 12 and
It Is believed that heavy losses lu thn
betting ring may havo prompted him
to seek death.
An examination of papers found it
tbe room of tho suicide revealed I he
fact Hint hn was a brother of Mrs. Wil
liam tlaehr, who lives at 2029 Central
avenue in Alamcdn. Inquiry at tho
llaohr homo revealed that tho relatives
of tho Hulcldo know little of his life, ns
hn had not visited his sister since his
leturn from tho Islands.
Thn Honolulu Scottish Thistle Clm
hus been fortunate lu securing such
mi array of talent for tlielr annual
.imokcr. This ) car's program bld-i
1'u I r to eel Ipso all previous efforts nnd
C bumper house Is already assured.
Tho speakers will Include Deputy At
torney Clcnornl Prosscr, U. 8. District
Atlorrioy llreckons, Judge Stanley, It,
REID FORMtRlV. WORKED
Cation, Ilov Alox. Mackintosh, .and it""! to Toy who Informed thu police,
the musical part of tho program will Ho returned last ulitht Io finish up thu
l,o sustained hy such well kmiwn slug- sale nml was iiriwlr-d by Chief ut De
era as D, W. Anderson, ndmunds, j'Uctlvcs Taj lor, Ufllccr Duvuiicliolle
A. Wllilor, UvliiBstonp. Howland, Jcu-('l Deputy Sheilft JnrreU.
I.lns, Kimball, Cockimrn, etc. It. An- Ah I'ol, thn auspert, Is woll known
dorson lylll gtvo the famous recitation I lo has been under airest u uuinlmr
"Turn 0' Shnnter." and R. J. llucklov, f tltuss on chtuge of hurglnry uiul
will render n couple of violin solos,
Waerljy Hall will Im tlio Breue of nr-
"For Rent" cards on sals at
W'5 v fr 'it B ll " 1 &'Fm n
At the New York Stuto Assembly of
Mothers, a prominent New York doctor
lolil the MX) women nrcwnt Hint healthy
American women wcro so rare as to be
This seems to bo a sweeping state
ment of the condition of American
women. Yet how many do you know
who are. perfectly well and do not have
soma trouble, orbing from a derange
ment of tho female nrgnnlsm vhlch
manifests Itself lu headaches, bnck
aehrn, nervousness, that bearing-down
feeling, painful or Irregular periods,
pelvic catarrh, displacement of the
flhrnln ivntist I Hrl t rrns trtn niitnHlii.
npM? Tlicro Is a tried and trim remedy
for all these ailments. L-vdla K. Pink.
ham's Vegetable Compound bns re-
stored mom American women to liealtu
than all other remedies in the world,
It regulates, strengthens and cures'
diseases of tho fernalo orgnnism nst
notning euoenn. lor uiirty years lt
has been curing tho worst forms of
Such testimony ns the following
should bo convincing.
Mrs. T. C. Willadscn, of Mdnnlng.
Dmr Mrs. Plnltham!
"I csn tndy ssy Hist you hnvs Mveil my
llf ami I cannot rsprms my Rrstltmlelo ou
Inwnnls. Fortwojears Is-nti)tsnfiioney
In doctoring srillKiiit any heniflt for femafn
lBwb$H vJI lit ati.1 ff 1 A.I irl Afc bl Imysits. nt
eMncwVlI acal..;i..M "l m liimiu'lMtA
trrt.vdlaK. Pinkham's VeEPtablnConimiiid
ami tnniKtiiM nsva rtumnsi m io pi-riwi
health. Hod It nnt Uvn for you I would
lydia E. Plnkhan's YeftetaMe
HE SHIRTS wc
have a touch, a
that at once suggests dressiness.
Shirt wearers are beginning to recognize " that
little difference" bitwecrx a shirt that fits perfectly
and one that does not. And its just that difference
that adds greatly to your comfort as well as appear
We Make Shirts To Order
Wc make them to fit perfectly; besides they're
made stronger and will wear longer than the.
usual ready-to-wear kind. A large quantity of
fresh new samples now on dispkiy. It will take
only a minute to look them over and leave your
M. Mclnerny, Ltd.
COR. l'OHT AND "MUKCIIANT STKIJUTS.' '''
Through Hie. horvires of T, Toy, a'
Japanesn who liau n store ou Ilerctauin
a von lie near King, nnd who acts us mi
Informer for the pxilico, a Clilnnmuii,
who Is believed to hae committed tho
Haffncr robbery, was nnested last
night. Tim man ni rested sold u larg
.art of tho plunder from the
' like ofteuces, Wlthoui dtiuht he Is tlio
man nho has been committing many
rrlincs lu this city for the p.iBt tew
Danville ArtClub, Danville, Va., writes;
IfctirMrs. PlnVham: (
".Many Jenr'MiirerinB with ffinnln wrsk
pes, intlninml ion ntdn broken don n ytem
m.i.le inn more anxious to dlo tbnn to lirs.
Init I.yiU.1 K. l'lnkluim'K VeeetaUo Compound
linrfrwtoml my li.nlth and I mil so grateful
forlttlmt I nntoerr sulTering nroiiun to
know nrluit I.TilI.i l' I'lnkliam's VigetabU)
Compound jrill do for her,"
When women nro troubled with
weakness, pelrla catarrh, displace
ments, that bcarlng-doWn feeling, in
flammation, backache, bloating (or
flatulency), general debility. Indiges
tion, and nervous prostration, or are
Wsct with such symptoms ns dizziness,
fnlntness, lassitude, excitability, irri
tability, nervousness, sleeplessness,
melancholy, "nil-gone" nnd "wnnt-to-
be-lcft-nlono" feelings, blues, nnd hope-
,.i. ,,.. .,,. .i,:,l'r,mlr iln-r
Is one tried ami trim remedy. Lydla E.
pinkham's Vegetablo Compound at
oneo removes such troubles. No other
medicine In tho worht has received such
unqualified endorsement. No other
medicine has such a record of cures
of female troubles. Refuse to buy
any other medicine, for you need the
Mrs. rinlthnm Invites all sick women
to wrlto her for advice. Tho present
Mrs. I'lnkhnm Is tho dnughter-ln-lnw
of Lydl.l E. I'lnkhnm, her assistant be
fore" her decease, nnd for twenty-llvo
years rIiico her advice has Wen freely
given to sick women. Her advlco
nnd medlclnn havo restored thousands
to health. Address. Lynn, Mass.
Compound Succeeds Where Others Fa
A CLASS .
make to order
tone, or an air about them
. p. M .
PORTO RICAN USES H
Lint night, ubout midnight, tho po
lice stutlou uh notified hy telephone;
that an ofilccr was wanted at tho cor3
her of Hotel mid Kekuiillko streets,
When the- ollher arrived thero 'ilu
tumid Horry Mossmun and Henry Ijin
raster standing guard over a 1'orto RIch
au named l-'ruoclnco Castro,
Mossmun stated that himself wiiull
friend had come up jtut lu time fn PicjV
vent Cnstru from Htubblng a l'orto Itlej
uu gill. Tlio Knife, which MossmanJ
Wld lin s;iw liu l'urto Rlciiu mn'l.o "ful
lunge ut the girl with, was rnim.il noar,
the spot. Mnsstmiu, la of tho opinion
that had an oppoittimty presented !lt
self the 1'iiltn ltlrau would have sllick
tlio knife Into hlin ali-o. . '
Tlio Portu ltlrau In being;, lnM
Weekly Bulletin $1 Per Year
74 8. KINQ BT.,'81 per year,
the Bulletin office,
Weakly Bulletin SlLr yr.
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