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CVENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H.. MONDAY, lT.n 10, 100?
Second Week of
BLACK SILK SUITS
.$28.00 SUITS S15.00
$22.50 suits ' 5i:i.ro
$16.50 SUITS : 9 0.75
, COLORED SILK SUITS
$20.00 SUITS 10.50
$28.50 SUITS $11.50
WHITE ETON SUITS
$3.75 SUITS 2.25
$7.00 SUITS 53.75
$7.50 SUITS $4.00
WHITE LINEN TONY SUITS
$15.00 SUITS 10.50
CREAM LINEN SUITS
$8.00 SUITS 55.00
$8.75 SUITS $5.00
$0.00 SUITS $0.00
$10.50 SUITS :i.50
COLORED LAWN SUITS
$4.25 SUITS 2.00
While ami linen color nt 1.35
Broken lots, at less than cost price.
LADIES' FANCY COLORED HOSE
75c quality t -lOetiapair
50c quality 35 a pair
WHITE LACE ANKLE HOSE
35c quality 20 n pair
WHITE DROPSTITCH HOSE
In sizes 8 and 8i2 only.
20o quality l'lA? a pair
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This can is made in an entirely new way double-plated
with pure tin, and specially prepared inside to prevent action of
the contents on the metal. Sterilized inside and out, scaled in
such a way that the solder does not touch the food.
Only Heinz foods are sold in these tins. One of the best is
Heinz Apple Butter
Ask your grocer for it
The drink for the people who enjoy something a little bet
ter than the ordinary aerated waters can be had only from
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he bulletin ornco.
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52 in. wide, all wool,
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75c quality 50 a yd.
50 in. wide,
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2JSJ- BULLETIN AD8. PAY "TRl
Warm Roast Handed !
At Mass Meeting
To Wallach & Co,'
"Ilnil Wallach sinned tiio tigrcc-i have foilght for you people hicaioo
mcnl of tliu Hoard of Health and
Heated and cured my biothor, he
would huvo gotten $.10,000 from tho
Tlio above stntcniont wag lmide by
Chas. K. Nutlc)', otio of the Commit
tee of Ten, nt the Anhi Park meet
ing last Satin day night.
On nccount of tho wet weather,
tho meeting wan not largely attend
ed, but many Hawaiian politicians
were present to hear what the Com
mittee of Ten had to saj. All tho
speakers had some form of roast to
hand to Wnllnch.
Scnntor I.anu and Chns. Xotley
read the ngrcement between tho
Hoard of Health and tho Committee
of Ten, In helinlf of Wallach. The
committee then ashed that It be dis
organized. This was koUuacd by the
Lano in his speech said lhat Wnl
lnch was a deceitful llnr In that he
did not abide by what the Commit
tee of Ten hnil advised him to do,
Wallach had not been Miovvn, and
hnd been In great tiouhlu until ho
was picked up by Xotley, who fed
him and helped him
Xotley said that when Wallach
was helpless hnd friendless ho had
'The Homo Kitlo 'party has done
much rir hlln." xuld Xotley. "The
Committee of Ten, lcpicxentltiff the
lltiwnllnns who have relatives and
friends in tho Settlement, devoted Its
tlmo and energy In getting tho con
tent of the Hoard of Health to penult
Wallach to effect a cure on tho lepers
of tho Settlement. This tequest war
finally grunted, and when tho time
came to sign the agreement Wallach
was not there, ho halng gone down
to Wnlaltia. This action on his part
was eeitalnly a contemptible one. Ho
himself admitted to mo and lo nu
at a public meeting held heru that
ho would abide by and do whatccr
tho Committee of Tell would tell him
to do Ho was eheeied bj tho crowd
when ho m.tdo that statement. To
day ho Is no longer Itli tho people.
Ho has turned his bad; on tho people
and Is now ussoilntcel with tile AUh
erloys. When tho lleuid of Health
l efiised him a dnplle.ito Key to the
outer door,' tho Committee of Ten,
through a special committee, con
t-lstlng of Chas. Chllllugwortb, Jos.
Tern and msclf, called on Pink
ham, requesting him to allow Wal
lach a telephone. I'lnlctiam prompt!)
contented to do mi nnd oven offeicit
man) other things Unit Wnllnch
might ask in connection with 111
ire.itnt.cnt Tho Committee of Ten
had done nlf It could under tho cir
cumstances, but at tho last moment
Wnlluch threw up tho spongo and
called it nil off."
J JI l'oepoo mado an explanatory
speech, dellnlng certain matters that
were not Quito clear to tho minds of
the Hawallatis. He roasted both tho
AtcherlejB nnd J. l.or Wallach for
treating leper suspects. Ho said that
under tho law no licensed physicians
could attempt to treat and euro lep
ers without the consent of tho Hoard
During his speech roepoo was ask
ed by Kcwalo, a Home Holer, why it
was that Wallach was not given a
Key to tho outer gate. "Ilecauso tho
Attorney General said that It was il
legal to him tho Key," said Pocpoo
"Why don't jou take away that
power from tho Hoard of Health?"
Ilecauso jou did not elect mo to
the I.cglslatme," answered l'oepoo.
This answer apparently suited Ko
walo, for ho broko out In laughter,
Fa) lug "Pololel."
l'oepoo said further thnt Wallach
was treated right by tho Committee,
which got him a push button In plnco
of tho key which was refused him.
Hy halng a button all thut Wallach
would havo to do wns to rub his nose
against It and tho door would be
oponed for him. Hy tho use of tho
push button Wallach would have lie
come nn expert nose-rubber.
II .1 Mossnmn mado a whlilwlud
"I urn pi otid." ho said, "that I am
ono of tho Commlttco of Ton. When
wo took up tho Wallach affair we
promised )ou that wo would demand
of tho Hoard of Health that It per
mit Wnllnch to try his cure on lepers.
This wo did because wo liau aloha
for our unfortiinntes. Tho lloaid of
Health, which voted negatively at
(list, finally gave up and consented
lo comply with our request. Wo
f""11"1! -" 1
$12.50 House on Gulick Ave,, 3
Bedrooms, near King St.
$12.00 Furnished Cottage at Manoa
Valley, 2 Bedrooms, Ideal
Country Home; adjoining
P. E. R. Strauch
Waity Sldg. ?4 S. Kinp St.
wo felt that Wallach could prodii.
fntlsfuctory proof to the llomd inn
tho people Hint ho could cuio hpem
Tho light between t'inkhain nnd Wnl
hieh was HKc thut of two poison- n
gaged In pin) log card, i'lnknnn
claimed that he was In the lighi and
a winner, while Wnllnch iiiko claim
ed tho same honor. Tho iniittoi wai
drugging along very slow I) The
Commlttco of Ten stepped In and
took up the light, succeeding flnalh
In getting tho lonsont of the lloaid
to permit Wnllnch to treat lepeis Af
ter wo bad done that, Wnlhieh hark
cd out nnd Joined with tne Auaei
lejs. Wo certainly helloed that
Wallach could cure lepers Tt wns
thnt faith that prompted us to tight
for li I in. Some pcoplo blamed us for
having faith in Wallach. Ililx should
not be so. When Sirs. Edd) stalled
I ho Christian Science mot emeu t she
mil many followers who subsequently
found out their mistake This Is
true In regard to us. Wo hud faith
In Wallach, but wo now tee tint wo
wore wrong, t was told that some
of the patients who huvo lieeu cured
by Wallach havo become woise. Mr
Nolle) could not bo blamed foi look
ing after Wallach's nffalis, liecause
ho did It with tho expectation that
his brother might bo benefited Wnl
luch's euro, I urn afraid. Is not cf
feetle; otherwlbo, ho would not n
"Dr. Atcherlcy, with whom he is
associated. Is n member of the Hojnl
Medical Society of Hnglniid. Do )ou
liellcxo he would Htny liere If ho
found Wallach'H cure gcnid ' lie
would certainly hasten oei to Hug-
hind, whole thousands and million
ol dollars aro piovldcd for those who
can cine lepers. Dr. Atcliei lev would
ho a gteat man It ho had found that
Wallach'H medicine. Is doing an;
good. Ho would return to England
nnd announce himself ns the discov
erer of a medicine, for lcpriM Ills
plctuie would ho put In nil the Dag
llsli newspapers nnd aih Atdierlc)-
would bo glen conspicuous places In
the London Journals."
Joseph Keiu.-W'ho tame In late In
tho evening, Kuld er) little. Ho
roasted Wullacli for not iiliidlug by
the advice of tho Committee of Ten.
While ho wns talking he mv Attor
ney Htiaiis In tho ciowd. Straus be
came Tern's tin get, and he commenc
ed to tell the people th t it wm
through the ndvleo of htraus that
Wallach withdrew from tho Commit
ico of Ten. Straus, he said, did not
know what ho was talking about.
Frank Ilaivey toasted ttio nowspa
pei men for not making coucct le
ports of what tho Committee, of Ten
had done during Its deliberation on
tho Wallach affair, lie denied thero
was tiny ttoublo between Nutlc)
nnd some of tho members of tho Com
mittee of Ten. He complimented the
commlttco for Its success In seeming
a telephone for Wallach and roasted
Wallach for turning clown tho com
mittee. Heforo closing, H.incy tali;
that Mrs. Atcherlo) hnd been to ms
office to nihlt-o him not to tomo to
tne meeting. Sho told him that if ho
did, ho would bo killed.
Tho Inst speaker of tho meeting
wns Senator D Kalauokulanl, who
complimented the commlttco fori Its
1'rescnt on the stand were Senator
Lane, Chas. K. Not ley. Prank llai
)C), I) Kalatiokalanl. Sr , J. L. Ku
ulukou, J. SI. I'oepoe, II J. Motsninn,
and a few others
AFTER THREE CHINESE
Warrants for tho an est of three
ChlncBO wcro Issued hy tho Federal of
ficial Saturday afternoon. Ono of
them Is a woman. Son'Kwnl Yin by
nnnio, who Ik cleared! with bclni; im
lawfully In tho couuiiv It Is claimed
thnt sho nrilved on a iccent stormier
as tho wlfo of a prominent local Chin
ese buslnesH man. when tho fact In
that sho is leiill) onlv his second
vvlfo. Shu was taken Into cilbtocl) to
Two warrants weio Issued iiuilor
tho Kxclusloti Act One Chinese Is
charged with alteiliiK a cortlflcito of
Hawaiian residence' while tho other
Is charged with peijiuv In lepiescm
Ing himself befoit. the ImniiKrntlim
Hoard us tho ton of the first man.
NUUANU PIPE LINE BIDS
Itids woie opein el it the Dopartmeiit
of Public Woika in noon Satnielav
for ccitaln eipilpnie nt of (ho Nuiiaim
water pipe line lleaioluhi lion Works
was lower In the iiKtH'K'ito than Cat
ton, Nelll K. Co, and U It will nsHiinio
one Item of the l,ittei's llrfuies tho
contract for the untie outfit will be
iw ni ded to It
FoIIovvImk nic tho bids:
Honolulu lion Winks CnRt lion
chuuiheis, $llr, nnchois anil wash
ers, SSiiO" i;ato vnlvos, etc, llftiO, two
nlr rhumbors with uecossniy bol(i,
1975: total, $11185.
Cation, Nolll & Co Cast lion
chutuheis, SIS.'O : nncliors and wash-
eiB, 175; kIo valves, hip, iiusa; two
ilr chninbois with necessary
?J750; total, $57CU.
gr e T-rtciCT-
An InliaUuon lor
Roon to At1hmatleft
t Ur alhj In
rmf for dli-nm i th bfftti it orni mm
lo Uk th unwdf I'' l """ '
e irxuirnf mr i
Oo lf. rileM
rmi.7 '.' ."."'',.,.; pJ-,,, ,,1 ftrwt
jr m niMa
with mll cuiUivn.
Thr of ft nn
HittiittlTr T nilrnrjr
will AniHmtnrliUe Mli-J
frnm t outfhn r inUnid
lunllUon f( lh throat.
h. nj potl for uo
peril live Uooklrt.
ls0 Fulton ttti,
FOREST RESERVE HEARING.
Notieo of Intent Ion to Consldei tin
Defining of the Limits or Forest lto-
fcrves nnd the Setting Apart of ei
Jaln Gcnernmcnt Uiuds In the DIs-
ti lets of (1) Lahalnn, Knnnnpall and
Walluku; (2) HamukuuiKiUo, Island
ol Maul, and (3) In tho District of
Koua, Island of I law-all, us forest
Hcsorves and of I'ubllc Iteming con
cerning said Subject Mattel.
Notice is hereby glcn that under
the piolslous of Chapter 2S of tho
Revised Laws of Hawaii, amended li
Act CB of tho Session Laws of 1001",,
aim Act 4 of tho Session Laws of
1907, a public hearing will bo held
by tho lioveriior of tho Territory urn
tho Hoard of ConunlsidotierH of Agri
culture and l'orcstr, on 1'obruary
Jlth, 1D0S, at H o'clock p. til., Ill tho
oflleo of tho Hoard of Agitctilturo and
Foi est ly. on King Stteet, In Hono
lulu. Island of Oaliu, to consider the
defining of tho limits of forest re
nones find the sotting apart of cci
t n ill C.overnmont. Lands (1) In tin'
Dlstrlets of Lnhalnn, Kaannpall and
Walluku, Island of Maul, which may
t'o described In goucinl terms ns em
bracing tho entire top of tho Wes'
Maui Mountain, above n line mi en
circling the mountain ns to exclude
nil agricultural land and containing
un nre.t of i 1,1 10 acres, more or leva,
C!) In the District of Huiuukuapoko,
Island of .Maul. l)Iug on the north
western Bliipo of Mount Ilnleaknlu,
hounded on the North and Hast by
the Kooluu Forest Itcscno, on tin
South b) the laud of Knliullniil nnd
cm tho West mid Northwest by tho
remainder of tho land of Mnknwno.
and containing an area of 1790 acres.
moio or less, nnd (3) In the District
of Koua. Island of Hawaii, I) lug cm
tho Southwestern slope of Mount ilti
iilnlul, bounded on tho Ninth by tho
laud of Puna I nnd on tho South hi
the land of Knhulitl II, between the
elevations of 2300 nnd ".Olio feet, and
containing un urea of 193 acres, more
or less; ns TOItL'ST I?SfcllVi:S.
Mnps and desctlptlons of tho cald
lands pioposod to ho set apart ns for
est reserves arc on fllo la the oflleo
of tho Superintendent of Forestry In
Honolulu, where they are open to tho
uirpectlon of tho public.
At the said tlmo nnd plnco all per
rons who so desire will bo given full
opportunity to bo heard upon the
subject niuttor of this notice nnd to
prcsont ovldonco and arguments, in
pei son, by proxy, or by lettor, either
IOU or AC.AINST tho setting apart
ol said lands as Forest Heservos,
W. F. KKUAIl,
( (lovornor of Hawaii.
The Capitol, Honolulu,
February fi, 190S.
r 391S Fob. tl, S, 10.
Tho Dopaitnieut of Public Woihs
Is In need of two rompotcnt diuught
men Call nt tho olhte of Mntston
Campbell. Superintendent of I'ubllc
Works, for uioro definite information
II) Orilor of
Supoilntcndcnt of Public Works.
Honolulu, Fein a it) 7. 1U0S.
WHY DON'T YOU
learn how to do Pyrogrnphy? 'You
can make really handsome nnd use
tul ornaments for yourself and
friends nt a cost of SOc and a little
It's fun, too! You can do it.
BEST BURNING SETS, 2.50 to
BOXES for burning, suitable for
gloves, handkerchiefs, collars, tics.
tawtc rnnTSTnriTt! ctamtic
ETC., all traced in beautiful patterns!
vTwrcT ctict?ticvtxto i
HNEST SHEEPSKINS, traced,
LOOKING GLASSES, large and'
small, new lot, 70c to SI. 25.
PLACQUES, 10c to GOc.
"Everything Photogiaphic" Tort St.
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v iiiiui'i b-ii a -
1HREE HiGIZTS, BEGINNING
MONDAY, FEBHUARY 10 1
"The Squaw Man"
THREE HI0KTS, BEGINNING
T11URSDA. FLBRUARY 13
"The Man From Mexico''
Evening Prices 25, 33 an 80c
WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY.
ADMISSION 25 CENTS
FEB. 27TII AND 20TH
Kilohana Art League
ALL SEATS $1.
Hawaiian Opera House,
Exhibited by B. K. EONINE for the
Benefit Hawaii Yacht
Lifelike Moving Pictures of
KINO STREET IN ACTION,
SURFING: AT WAIKIKI,
CATTLE AT KAWAIKAE,
and for the first time anywhere, the
picture of the
PASADENA FLORAL PARADE
Taken by Ilr. Bomae at the tequest
of the Floral Parade Committee of
Mr. Bonine will Ic assisted by
DIAMOND HEAD ATHLETIC CLUB
In Poses, Horizontal Bar Work
and Feats of Strength.
Musio by the St. Louis College
Alumni Orchestra; and Double Quar
tet in special music, and BeiRstrcm
Company's Victor Auxetophone.
ADMISSION, 25c, SOc and 75c.
Tickets at Wall, Nichols Co., Ltd.
At Home Of
MRS. F. J. L0WREY
Corner Lun lilo and
1 IN AID OF
District Nursing and
Pure Milk DepotWork
FEBRUARY, 15. 1900
HONOLULU IRON WORKS
Improved and Modern SUGAR MA
CHINERY of every capacity nnd dc
tcription made to order. Boiler work
and RIVETED PIPES for irrigation!
I purposes n ,sPeclalty. Particular nt
tention paid to JOB WORK, and re
I in cxcutcd nt shorteJt
l !,?-,, ,r-
Wing Wo Tai & Co.
941 NUUANU ST
Silk Shirt Waists,
Everything from Japan
FOIir ,LZ THE C0HVEN1.
F! IN' EST HIT
and cloth of A-l quality can be pur-
r. 0. Bos 001. Telephone 931.
WALL. NICHOLS CO.. LTD.,
COMIC and SENTLHENTAL.
the 10-cent mild Havana, at
HAYSELDEN TOBACCO CO.. LTD.,
Alexander Yonng Building.
.an be done very easily with your
apnncse servant by purchasinR an
English nnd Japanese Cook Book
AT ALL BOOKSTORES.
LUNCHES and DRINKS
The most popular
place in town.
The Fashion Saloon,
Hotel St. near Fort.
Jack Scully. Jack Roberts.
"OJtrY NOT let us have your bus-
mess to advertise!
HAWAII PUBLICITY CO.,
S2 MERCHANT ST.
At All Wntchdealers.
Agent for Hawaiian Islands.
Cor. FORT and KING Sts.. Honolulu.
Vi. PniHips & Co.
WholeiSio inip(.ner4 tnj Jobhr
AMSKICAM CrtY GOODS.
POHX ana 'iVKEH 6T1.
OF ALL KINDS.
DEALERS IK LUMBER.
ALLEN & ROBINSON,
lueen Street :: :: :: Honolulu.
Hee Kgu Kee,
K0. 1320 NUUANU ST. nr. KUKUL
FINEST COLLECTION OF CURIOS
in the city nt
Next to the Orpheum Theatre.
WASHING rON'S BIRTHDAY
BEAUTIFUL PICTURES AND
reduced to a low price at
pAntTjm ptnTifUP vnATinwn rn
0IiIC ri?Bw?;AHma C0"
R. MIYATA CO.,
CONTRACTORS. .BUILDERS. PAIN-
TE11S. PAPER HANGERS and
Seoond Hand Lumber, Doors and
Sashes Bought and Sold
KING ST., PALAMA JUNCTION.
jK7""Fr Ront" curdi on il
ho tiulltttu omoe.