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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 19CO.
There is only one place in town to
buy DRY GOODS, that is, IF YOU
WANT TO BUY THEM
We have Just received,
Ex S. S. "Queen," s s
One Hundred and Ninety Six
Calicos, Ginghams, Per
Sateens, Ready - made
Sheets and Pillow Slips,
Towels, Sheetings, Pillow
Casings, Ribbons, Laces,
WE DEFY ill OUR SIKH IS COMPLETE.
A SINGLE YARD OR ARTICLE AT IESS THAW WHOLESALE.
N. S. SACHS DRY GOODS CO., Ltd
HAWAII LAND CO.
Capital Stock - - - $100,000.
Capital paid up, $48,860
W. 0. Achl...., President fc Manager
M. K. NakulD&... .Vice President
J. Makalnsi .Treasurer
Enoch Johnson Secretary
Geo. L. Desha - Auditor
BOARD OF DIRECTORS:
J. W. Blplkane.
The above Company will buy, lease,
or sell lanJj In all parts of the Hawaiian
Islands; and also has bouses In the City
of Honolulu for rent. 1489-vl
W. C. ACHI & CO.
Or We will Buy or baft Baal Estate la
all parti 01 tne group
tar We will Bell
i Properties on Beaton.
OFFICE. 10 WEST KlNQ STREET
Real Estate Broker.
223 MERCHANT ST.
Property In town and suburbs
and HOUSES TO LET.
T. R. MOSSMAIN
Real Estate Agent
Searcher of Titles . .
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Can satisfy your wants t
If you mention them in Its
GOODS CO., Ltd
- M - M
J. J. WILLIAMS,
Visitors are cordially invited u
all and Inspect our gallery of life
size royal photos, from Kamehamehs
I. to date.
At the Old Stand
On Fort Straet ::
a New Lot of
Beaver Lunch Rooms.
H. J. NOLTE.
P O. Box T Isltnl CoAeiponJenct Solicited
FINRE & ASBAHR,
Cut and Growing Plants, Sprays, Bou
quets. Decorators for Weddings and Recep
tions. Floral Designs for Funerals a Specialty.
Next to Williams' Undertaking Parlors.
G. A. GROTE
Merchant -:- Tailors
Cleaned and Repaired
First class Work guaranteed
Union St.- near Hotel i sou
Young St., bet. Alapal & Kaplolani Sts,
Newly furnished rooms with board,
Also table board. Telephone yi Blue.
Art Embroidery Taught.
Lessons In ART EMBROIDERY will
be given by Mrs. II. II. Williams at tho
City Furniture Store, Fort street
First Class stamping don
MRS. H, II. WILLIAMS.
The Doctor's Story
That's Oft Repeated
A reputable physician who usually
gets a Job whenever there Is any sick
ness In my family, and who has had In
his time many experiences, has a way
of relating them to his patients, which,
at times, benefits them, no doubt
fully as much as medicine can.
Many of the world's greatest men
havo considered laughter to be among
the healing agencies, and have claim
ed that every laugh adds to tho lcngtii
of life. Nearly a century ago John
"Care to our coflln adds a nail, nj
And every grin, bo merry, draws one
If this thing Is true then why should
not physician employ various forms of
Jollity to assist in the relief of his pa
tients? But to tho story. Dr. was bolnj
unusually hard-worked, not because
tho town where he resides Is an un
healthy placce, but because he Is n
very popular doctor. At the close of
one of his busy days, exhausted In
body and mind, he sought the rest
which only sleep can give. It wan
after midnight whenvhls slate was
cleared of orders, and ho literally turn
bled Into bed, soon to be given up to
dreams of whatever kind a doctor Is
subject to. About two o'clock tho tclo
phone bell reminded him that ho was
still of the earth, earthly and nlth thai
feeling, of which the reader of ther.0
lines needs no explanation, he draggcl
his weary framo out of bed to the tele
Il-c-I-l-o! and his drowsy ear
caught the voice of an excited femjlo
at tho other end.
"Hello! Hello! Is this Dr. ? Oh.
doctor, my baby Is crying tho whole
time and I can't do anything to stop
Doctor. "Possibly a pin may be
V. F. "Oh dear, no! I nm sure there
Isn't. I have looked her all over care
Doctor. "Well, It may bo hungry.
When did you last feed him? Won't
Bho cat nnythlng?"
E. F. "I fed her last about seven
Doctor. "Well, try It; perhapB she
needs food." And the exhausted M.
D. felt back and prayed for more char
ity, pending the receipt of which he
once more sank Into that "downy sleep
which Is death's counterfeit." Ho
dreamed ho had reached the pearly
streets and was scurrying hero and
thero to escape a scattered throng of
anxious mothers who wero rushing on
him from all directions with their
arms full of crying babies. At las',
when hopo of escapo had left his
dreaming soul and dark despair had
claimed him for his own, he heard what
Roomed to bo the mild clanging of tho
gong on a police patrol wagon. Vi
sions of a station house paved with
whooping-cough and measles, soon
gave way to a dim awakening, nnd tho
doctor realized It was tho telephone
bell. With feelings which If expressed
In words would not look well In print,
he managed to get hold of the lnstru
ment of torture, nnd, In responso to
his haggard "Hello," ho again hcatd
tho volco of the excited mother, but
this time the excitement was of a dif
ferent kind. This Is what alio said:
"Oh, say doctor! That was what
was tho matter: 'sterling Kiiioi in
Good Cheer Magazine.
Mr. Warner and Penal Lawn.
The Philadelphia Record says that
thero Is no doubt that tho late Chai.
Dudley Warner caused many penolog
ists to study tho merits of tho modern
settlements. That eventually tho courts
will send convicts to prison for an In
definite period, authorizing a compe
tent tribunal to relcaso conditionally
any prisoners whoso reform may be
rcgnrded as thorough and sincere, Mr.
Warner did not doubt, Tho principal
wns held to bo obviously Just by Unit
observer that no convicts ought to bn
long confined and supported at tho peo
ple's expense after they should lme
given evidence of their purposo and
ability to lvo honest lives; but that
confirmed criminals should bo kept In
seclusion as long as there might be
reason to believe that on their releaso
they would Immediately resume their
rredatory career. Public Opinion.
Method or Prench BnllotlnjJ.
In Franco voting is by ballot. Tho
persons who help In receiving nni
counting tho vote are volunteers drawn
from tho ranks of tho electors. Prior
to tho opening of tho poll nt each sta
tion tho presiding olllcer unlocks tho
urn provided for the reception of the
votes and satisfies those present that
It Is empty. He then locks It again,
places tho key In his pocket and hands
a duplicate to ono of lilo helpers, who
aro teemed assessors. Tho poll Is open
from 8 In tho morning until 0 o'clock
nt night, nnd at the close tho votes aro
counted on tho spot by the volunteer
lmlpcrB. Tho lesult Is then forwarded
to tho central bureau. London Dally
NEW YORK WILL PUT POLICE
UNDER CONTROL OF STATE
By Passing State Constabulary Bill
Direct Blow at Tammany-Citizens
Union Begins It's Mew
Now York, Nov. 8. Tho preliminary
steps were taken today to make the
State constabulary bill, which would
govern the New York police force from
Albany, a law by the next Legislature.
Senator Piatt, who saw the bill fall In
tho last Legislature for lack of support
announced today that such n bill would
be passed as soon as possible after the
Incoming Legislature had met.
Such a law would mean a revolution
In the police department of New York
city and all other cities In tho Stato
of the first and second classes. Local
control of the forco would bo taken
away. Devery would go, and tho State
Commissioner of police would appoint
n chief. McCullogh, now tho Stato Su
perintendent of Elections, would pro
bably succeed Deery.
"Tho only argument that has been
urged against the State constabulary
law," said Senator Piatt, "Is that It
violates tho principles of home rule. 1
do not see how It violates that princi
ple. The bill will certainly bo passed
and become n law."
The new law will give the State Com
missioner, with headquarters In Al
bany, general control of the police in
New York city, Buffalo, Hochestci,
Syracuse, Troy and Albany. Of those
cities all but Rochester nnd Albany arc
under Democratls control.
Piatt was asked lOtho bill would also
empower the controlling authority to
send uniformed policemen from ono
part of the Stato to another In cases of
emergency, sue has big strikes.
"That Is a very desirable feature," he
said, "and the hill will undoubtedly
havo such a provision."
The Republican leaders mako no
secret of the fact that tho main aim
of the bill Is a deadly blow at the
power of Tammany. Tho Citizens'
Union formally announces in tho
World that tho municipal campaign
of 1901 was begun this morning. Its
efforts will be directed against tin
vice which runs unchecked In tho city,
nnd, If possible, to crush both Piatt and
Croker as the dominating Influences In
tho local government.
VOTING IN TWO NATIONS.
Cleveland, Ohio, Nov. 3. Arnold
Green, a Democrat, will attempt n stri
king International voting performance
next week. Ho has lived In Clovelanl
thirty years. He was born near Pic
ton, Out., nnd holds some property
there. Under the Canadian law It Ii
held that In view of his, ownership of
property his American citizenship does
not deprive Mr. Oreen of his right to
vote at his old home. Ilia mother live
In Plcton and has taken a deep Interest
In tho Parliamentary election of next
Wednesday. She Insists thnt her son
shall como thero and vote. So Orc.n
will vote as early as possible Tuesday,
for Ilryan, and at once start for Canada
to vote there for his mother's Parlia
mentary Idol tho following day.
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY.
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets.
All druggists refund tho money It It
falls to cure. E. W, Orove's signature
Is on each box. !5 cents.
School Holiday Notice.
The Public Schools throughout the Ter
rltory of Hawaii will be closed on Thurs
day, November 29th (TlunUsglving Day)
anil Friday, November 30th.
The Public Schools will close fortlie
Christmas vacation on Friday, Dtcemter
2tst, and reopen on Monday, January 7th.
By order of the Department of Public
C. T. RODGERS,
Regulation Rfgirdlng tbe Interment or
tbe Dead Id tbe District of Honolnla.
Whereas, that there having been no
place prepared for the burial of the dead as
required by law at the expiration of (lie
period set, October 1st, 1900, and an exten
sion of time having been granted for such
special burial permit until cemeteries as
prescribed by law should be available, and
now that such feasible arrangements are
an accomplished fact, therefore,
Resolved, that no permit for Interments
shall be grantej within the city limits
except to those already possessing burial
This regulation shall go Into effect from
and after the 1st day of January. A. D,,
C. B. WOOD.
President Bond of Health.
Honolulu, Nov. 7, 1000. i62-6w
Making Briar Pipes, 1
Art Held by French J
It Is strange, and yet It Is a fact, that
'the English workman Is of no use In
the manufacturo of pipes. The most
skillful artisans aro cither the Au
trlans or the French.
The plpemakers are a very select
small body, and observe every precau
tion to prevent their trade being learn
ed by outsiders. They will have no
apprentices, and If I Introduced any
boys In my factory I should have to
pay them the union minimum wages,
which Is 2 pounds a week.
On the other hand the workmen are
clever, and they earn high wages.
Speaking of tho cost of a plpo Mr.
Wclngott remarks: "When tho blocks
arrive over hero they aro nt onco sort
ed. Out of one gross of blocks I rare
ly ever get moro than three or four
pieces of wood good enough for thj
very finest class of pipes, about a dozen
good briars for fine quality pipes, and
perhaps as many as four dozen plccs
of wood for the ordinary eierydiy"
pipe. Tho remaining soen dozen
pieces of wood are thrown Into tho
furnace, and, I might mention, help
considerably to generate the necessary
steam power for tho machinery. Thus
fully GO per cent of the material I pur
chase Is of no use whatever and It Is
this extraordinary amount of waste
that causes the briar pipe to be ex
pensive. The prevailing defect, I may
mention, by the way, Is generally In tho
form of a crack In the wood. 1 used to
sell these defective blocks of briar at a
penny apiece, and havo sent away as
many as forty thousand condemned
briars at a time, but now I burn them
nil. The briars were sent abroad and
the cracks and flaws stopped with
putty or 8onio other composition, and
then steeped In n strong solution of
permanganate of potash, which deeply
colored tho wood and made the defect
invisible, except on close Inspection,
all thoso briars you sco of a very deep
color have passed through tho per
manganate of potash bath, nnd you
may rest assured that thero Is a defect
somewhere they would not bo that
color It It were not so, becauso natural
briar of n medium light hue. As
to the average life of a briar pipe, you
may take It for granted that a pipe will
last you as many years as it costs you
shillings. That Is to say, If you pay
six shillings for a pipe. If you are a
moderate smoker, it will last for six
years. Tho stylo of briar pipe that Is
mostly in demand Is that with a bowl
cut tho straight way of the grain. This,
I may tell you, Is not tho most rellaulo
kind of pipe, as the sudden expansion
by tho heat and contradiction of tho
wood when jou stop smoking cause It
to split In n short time. The beit
pattern of briar Is that with a bowl the
grain of which Is ery mortified In np
pearance, or, as wo call It, a 'bird's eye
grain. This will nover split."
Flno Job Printing at
75 and 79 King St reel
TELEPHONE NO 31.
NOW Is the tlmu to get laaka ax
breakages soon to, and year
Roofs Put in Orde-
By oompetont woitupewi'.
For the Plumbing
On that uuw houso that yon nr
nbout to build or tho ftltoratlor
yoa aro intondinK to mako 01
your proporty. Call and aeo u
and get an estimate.
JAS, NOTT, ji
Practical Tinsmith and Plurubei
Shop: Berelanla stroet, 4 doom Mi
of Punchbowl. Phono 844.
Houri. 7 a. m. to 6 p. m.
Jobbing promptly attended to,
W. H. Dastm H W, Sirta.
Honolnla Sheet Metal Works
Galvanlzad Iron Skylights and VaatllaUn
Conductor Plpo and Gutttr Worfc.
Rlcb.idi Stmt, ttt. Qun aaa Mircbut, Usui
aJotblor rronptty ttttadta: lo.a
Tel. White 41. P. O. Box 37b
0. H. Brown,
Is now open for business at Territory
Stables. King street.
tstlmates made on everything In the
Phone, Mnln 48.
Mants, brokers and sobber..
&ACA?!LE ' Vice-President
W. O. SMITH Secretary and Audltet
Sugar Factors and
Hawaiian Commercial & Sugar Ce.
Olaa Sugar Co.
Haiku Sugar Co.
Pala Plantation Company.
Nahlku Sugar Company.
Klhel Plantation Co.
Hawaiian Sugai Co.
Kahulul Railroad Company,
The California and Oriental S. S. Ca.
W. 6. Irwin & Go
Western Sugar Refinery Ca, of IU
Daldwln Locomotive Works, M
Philadelphia, Penn., U. S. A.
Newell Universal Mill Co. (National
Cane Shredder), New York, U. 8. A.
N. Ohlandt & Co.'s Chemical FertllN
Alex. Cross & Sons, high grade Tw
tlllzcrs for Cnne and CotTeo.
Reed's Steam Plpo Covering.
ALSO OFFER FOR SALE
ParaOlne Paint Co.'s P. & B. Palata
and Papers; Lucol and Llnsas
Oils, raw and boiled.
Indurlno (a cold-water paint), h,
white and colors.
Filter Press Cloths, Cement. Lum
CASTLE & C00KB(
Tao twa PUnUtl'a Ce.
Too W.l.lu. Afrlcullraal C, L 4,:
Ttit Kohala Surer Co
Tli W.l.rti Surir till Co.
Too Koloa Aft Icultuftl Co.
Tbl Fulton Iron Workl, SL loilt, Mi.
Tbi Suniiri Oil Co.
n. Oo. f. Blab. SUM Put.
T Nw EnUnl Lilt loionaci Co, .Hi,
Ti tn Flri Int. Co. ol Htnforf , Om
Tb.AlllinnAiiur.nc.Ci ol loaloo.
Wm. G. Irwin & Co,
Wm. O. Irwin., President and Manafta
Claus Sprockets Vice Prcsldema,
W. M. Glfrard ..Second Vice President
II. M. Whitney Jr. .... Trcas. and Baa.
Geo. J. Ross Audltaa
aanm ov in
IUEANI0 STEAMSHIP COMPAQ
OF BAN ANOI800. OAX.
QUEBN ST., - HONOLULU.
The Lancashire Insurance Co.
The Balolse Insurance Co.
Union Gas Engine Co.
Domestic Sewing Mach no, Hta.
bewei ca, im
Quito itmt, Hoaolula U.I
HiwalUn Aerlculturil Co?aBy( Aawlcaa Basil
omDtnv. OoMltl Suear Pl.nt. Ca . Ohqm.. Bbm.
Co., Ilonomu Sum Co , Wdlukii Sum C . MtM
Cia. fit ll.la.kal. U . .. .
Pltnui'i Lin. Sin Fr 1 3 ico Piciral
ccd t-o., Molot.l KU.SI
11. Ir Mr
a 1.0. Lim 01 uoavo nckit.
LIST OF OFFICKRS
C. M. Cooke, President; Georga
RobertHou, Manager) K. F. Bishop
Treasurer and Hecretaryj Col. W. ,
Allen, Audit ir; P. C. Jones, H. Water
houHo, Oeo. It. Carter, Directors.
(i.meral Manager ol
Tb RqnJUblo Life Assurinc Booiitf
01 tha United BUUafot tha Hawaii
Ornoni llarehant street. Bop
M. PHILLIPS 4 00..
' Wholesale Importers and Jobbers
iuropMQ and American Dry too
Fo t and Queen Struts.
H. HAOKFELD h 00., L
1ENERAL COMttlSSlOM mm.
Cor, Von and Queen btreoU liouuia I
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