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EVENING BULLETIN. HONOLULU, It. T.. WEDNESDAY, JULY 21 1901.
The ever popular Rainier beer li be
coming a household word and "will
you have a gluts of Seattle," Is mora
' often heard than anything else. The
Criterion Saloon haa the beer on Up c
r In botles. i
The weekly edition of the Evening
Bulletin gives a complete summary of
the news ot the day.
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OF THE TIMES
COTTON, LINEN AND TURKISH TOWELS
Many other stores nre selling these same value for tw Ice whit we aN,
simply b:cause there Is always such a demand for towel that It Is no trouble
to jet high prices forth m. Our ptlces are always the lowot. This
week, this week only-they're going to be lowerthantver,becauseuestruck
such a towel bargain that vie can afford to sell a long way below any other
store In Honolulu.
Cotton Towels at Factory
Size i87 Honey Comb Towels
OOc o dozen.
Regular ll.oo value.
Sl 21x48 Honey Comb Towels
$1.30 a dozen.
Regular $1.50 value.
Size 22ji4?Ji Honey Comb
Towels. !3n " dozen.
Regular fi 00 value.
Linen Towels at Cotton Prices
You'd be lucky to buy them at
these prices ur.der the old tariff
Size I7JSX20, Pure Linen, (ure w hlte and colored bo der,
regular 52 03 value ; this week only at 61 40 n dozen.
Size 18x36, Pure Linen, al whit:, cheap even at $2.25. Think
of this week's price $1 65 n dozen.
Size 22x44, Extra Quality Pure Llren, colored border and
fringed, beautiful tojvels $2 05 a dozen.
Slz 21x37, Extra Fine Pure Linen Towel that regularly sells
at f4.oo ; Our price this week is. $3 10 u dozen.
These tow els are cheaper than
gold dollars at o cents. Come
along quickly, the sale lasts
this week only. : : : : :
N. S. Sachs Dry Goods Co.,
Golf Shirts, Pajamas,
Dollies, Jewelry Etc.
S. 6. SIERRA.
READY MADE SUITS
ARE NOW SHOWN AT
CALL AND PE CONVINCED.
ROCHE HARBOR LIME
DUB TO ARRIVE
EX. SHIP HENRY VILLARD
THEO. H. DAVIES & CO., Ltd.
fflmSr Is recommended to build up?
BD0rfhR AnVAlMt MwrWticW. tho
r weak and oVerworhed.and prpduce;spund,.Yv
FOR SALE EVERYWHERE
' New Light Blue Grass Linen
mIho othci colors,
,p Furopean Goo.ls for Ladles' Suits. Pongee Silks
Ne Patterns for Gentlemen's Suits In Lighter Weights
MBRCHAN I TAILOR, A large variety of cloths made up In the
GOO KIM, 1116 Nuuanu St.
Turkish Towels at
2iX4. TurkMi Towels,
81(41) n dozen.
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10x39 Turkish Towels,
IO n dozen.
This Size Is extra heavy and
w ould be cheap a' 13.CO a tfozn.
Size 22x48. Turkish Towels,
$2. OB. This Is an extra large
and extra heavv towel that eils
regularly at $4.00 per dozen.
H HOTEL ST., NEAR MJUANU
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British Give Surprise
Party to Boer
KITCHNER CALLS FOR
MORE HORSE TROOPS
Can't Reduce Strength of Army Yet
-Important Leaders Were
London. July 14. The War Ofilcc
lias received the following dispatch
from Lord Kitchener, dated at Pre
toria: "Rroadwooil's brigade' surpris
ed JRcltz, capturing titrjn'n brother
and others Stcyn hlmsrlf escaped la
his shirt slccnos, with ore other man
only. The so-called 'OrnnKC Mcr
uovernmont' papers ere captured."
I-onl Kitchener also reports that
Schccpcrs commando, as announced
In dispatches early last neck, burned
the. public buildings In Murrasburjr,
Cape Colony, and soma farmhouses In
According to further advices from
Lord Kitchener, the columns under
I'cntherstone and Cobnel Dixon hae
reached Zccrust, Western Transvaal
They met with opposition and made
some captures. The Uiltish casualties
were one officer killed and three offl-
rers and twcnt-four men wounded.
"General Droadwood," says a dis
patch to tho Dally News from llloem
fonteln, "surprised Reltz duo east of
Llndley at dawn last Thursday, July
11th. He took twenty-nine prisoners.
Including General A. P. Clowne and
General Wesscls, Commandant Dwoal,
First Cornet Pelt Stcjn , President
Stein's brother, Thomas Drain, Sec
retary of (locrnmcnt, and Roches ds
Vllllers. Secretary to the Council.
Stcyn himself fled without coat or
boots General Dc Wet Is believed to
have been present.
Lord Kitchener has advised the Gov
ernment, the Dally News understands,
that It Is possible to withdraw a large
number of Infantry regiments from
South Africa, amounting virtually to
the greater part of the unmounted
army. At tho same tlmo It requests
that ho be supplied with more mounted
men. The Government Is considering
this, aciordlng to the Dally News, and
will ptobdbly bo guided by Lord Kltch
"It Is alto contemplated sajff the
snmo journal, "If the infantry Is large
I) withdrawn, to concentrate tho Drtt
lsh troops along the Kntal railway be
tween Durban and Pletcrmarltsburg
nnd lietween Johannexburg and Pre
lorla, thus earning gold and pro
visions for the troops by a shorter
route than tho Cape Toi route. A
poitlon of tho line from Cnpc Town to
Pretoria mat bo nbandoncd.
Pittsburg. July IS. Reports received
from all sources connected with the
strike of tho steel workers today Indi
cate that the members of tho Amalga
mated Association havo matters well
In hand and that the strike order was
gcnciallv obejed. Telegrams fiom va
rious' points where the mills of the, Am
erican Tin Plato Compnnj, the Aiatw
can Steel Hoop Compunv and thn Am
eilcan Sheet Steel Com puny 111 n nc.t
ril tell of the shutting down of tlio
plautu In large numbers. In many
unfa tho plants had bctn slu ('own
by the flnf birlko order which nffect 1
the shet steel and the stiel hoop com
lilies onlv. The lat nn'ei biou-fht
out nil union plants of tho American
Tin Plate Compon), with tho slnsln ex
ception of tho now mill In Moneia. n,
which is still running At tho .maba
muted Aseodiitlcn hcudcjiuitcrs It Is
htated that tho figures given out Satin
dav night regaidlng the number '
men v ho would bo actually Idle, luthc
mills of tho thren companies havo prov
ed rorrcrt. This nitmbci whs phi
Of the 74,000 men ldo 2JO0 nrr In
Pittsburg, SOO In Alleghcnvand 1500 In
McKecsport. President Shaffer I114 It
In his power to close mail) more Pitts
burg mills, but It Is not thought Ilia:
ho will do an) thing if .1 tactical na
ture until he Is compellc I to.
TO CURE A CULO IN ONE DAT.
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets.
All druggists refund the money If It
tails to cure. E. W. Grove's slgnaturt
Is on each box. SQ cents.
Mrs, Proud Dear me, I can't lm
uglno hovs to entertain our linllcj
guests this evening.
Jlr. Piouil Just as If our Inliy
couldn't do It, What greater pleasure
could they hopo for than to sco lilm
J A Safe and 8ure Cum for
g Or&mps Oougha bruises
1 Diarrhoea Colds Burns
1 8pralns and Strains.
3 Giro, lnntant relief.
Two ), lie. in 1 soc.
' OdIom Tain KUIer, Perry Davis.
MARKS OF WAR TO
3 BE COVERED IN PEKING
Preparing for the Emperer's Return
Foreign Troop3 to With
draw From the
Peking, July It. The Chinese offi
cials arc making elaborate presta
tions to sne the Emperor's pride
when he enters Peking. All evidence
of the destruction wrought by the war
along tho streets tobe traveled b the
Lmperor will he temporarily disguised.
Great pagodas will be erected. The
Chenmcn gate, which was nearly de
molished by tho bombardment, will be
repaired with wood and plaster, paint
ed to resemble stone, nnd the damngp
to the walls and outer buildings will
be similarly masked
Ll Hung Chang has asked the with
drawal of the foreign troops from the
temples and palaces not later than
August ICth. The Ministers of the
Powers hac acquiesced and have notl
fled the various commanders of their
decision. The Americans and Ilrltlsh
will probably camp near tub summer
residences of the legations in the west
ern hills until their barracks are com
pleted. WIN ENDOWMENT li
Chicago. Jul) 14, John A. Hlnfcey,
who. as a result of nn Investigation
of the affairs of the Kndonmtnt Rank
of the Knights of Pjthlas recently, was
permitted to resign from the board ot
control, was again under fire jester Jay.
orilccrs of tho Knights of Khorassan,
the ' pleasure seeking branch of the
order, of which lilnsey was imperial
prince, held n secret session, at which
It was decided to ink blm to rcslgu. It
was also decided to call for an exam
ination ot the books.' Although HlnBcy
was a prime mover In founding this
branch he was not allowed to attend
tho meeting toda)..
Hlneey resigned his position Into this
afternoon. He stated that he did so
believing It to be best, so as to relieve
tho order of any cmbirrassmcnt from
the publlclt) given to the nltacUs madu
nn him In connection with endowment
Gen. 1'unston w rites a friend that be
ttlll reslun from the mm) when voice
Is icstorecl In the Philippines.
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B k iWL'f m duce the best possible article for thejeast H - ' W&ffl
mg nOniQ mtm possible price H ' MflFM
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mm'SpM' II holds the flood trade. B J ifSf
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HIE IS iVii
10 J MED
to Make Changes in '
DECISION OF BISHOPS
AFTER SIX YEARS WORK
Only Three Passages in New Testa
ment Given Critical Note
New York Jul) 13. After nearly
six ) cars' labor a committee of five
llUhops and live priests of the Protest
ant church has completed what Is prac
tically a new revision of the Illhlo.
This committee Is known as the Joint
commission on marginal readings In
tho Illble, nnd was appointed at the
general convention of tho Protestant
Episcopal Cliurcfi In 1895. with Instruc
tions to report to the general conven
tion of 1S9S. It did so, but limited Its
rtcommendntlonH to the books of the
New Testament. A resolution to con
tinue tho commission was adopted b)
tho Home of Ulshops nnc1 the House ot
Deputies In the rouvcntlon of 1EU3, In
order that It might prepare a mare
complete report for the convention ot
RiOl In San Francisco next October.
The commission's report Is ver) ex
tensive. In part It sa)s: "The xom
mission has not thourht It ne"cssary
to mark In any way passages like that
relative to the woman taken In nilul-
tery (St. John, vlll.1-11), or the last
verses of St. Mark (xvl:9-Z0), where
the genuineness and canonical charac
ter of tho passages Is quite Indepen
dent ot questions which ho,ve been
raised as to the exact place In the not-
pel narrative of the first pissage or
as to, tho precise llterar) hlstor) ot
"With regard to only three passages
In the New Testament has the com
mission felt called upon to make any
critical note. In theso Instances thn
commission has slmpl) stated the fact,
now universal!) recognized, that the
passages In question are not found iri
some of the earliest manuscripts. These
passages are the verse explaining the
healing virtue of the pcol at Uethesdn
(St. John, v:4), the Ethiopian eunuch's
profession ot faith beforo nls baptism
(Acts, vlll:37), and the doxology nt the
I end ot the Lord's Praer In St Mat
"St. John, v:7-$. Is given In our mar
gin vlthout the clause as to the three
heavenly witnesses, v.hlch clause 1
absent from all but the latest Greek
manuscripts and Is generally rccog
Ulzed to bo no part of tho original text
"The commission recommends the
ac'nptinn of the follow Ing resolution by
each hotiso of the General Convention.
'ltesohed, That tho marginal readings
for the English version of the Old and
New Testaments reported to this house
by the Joint commission appointed In
lb, and reapi olnted In 1S93, to mako
such report, bo published under the
I direction of tho sild commlsififii, and
are nereoy nuinonzeu tor usn uy mo
ministers ot this church In tho public
service of the church.' '
Out-of-town subscribers to the Even
ing Bulletin are requested to send in
their POST OFFICE addresses at
once, otherwise the paper will not be
accepted for delivery by the post
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