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EVENING DULLET1N, HONOLULU, H. T., WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 4, 1901.
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FOR SALE EVERYWHERE!
Trade Mark Registered and owned by DAVID LAWRENCE & COMPANY.
LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S
$1.50, 2, $2.25, (2.50, $3, J3.50
Just Half the Itcgular Prices.
Theso hats arc all stylish; tho
trlmmlngs.are the latest novel
ties In chiffons, lares, foliage, rib
, Wo aro overstocked that's tho
reason fonthc blgcuM"' "
Hurry alihg; they' won't last
ENGLISH RUGS arc still on
sale at last week's prices.
FIGURED COTTON ORESS.
GOODS reduced from 151 and 20f1
per yard tn
IS YARDS FOR $1.
COTTON 'lORCHON LACES
and i Insertions to match, all
width, S yard or 12 yards for S0.
Sachs' Dry Goods Co.
t F 0 R T STREET.
SINK IDE STRIKE
Now York, Aug, 2J. A special to tho
Tribune from Wheeling, W. Va., says:
A man connected with the Federa
tion of Labor and an official In one of
the strongest unions federated with
that body, said that there had been
five conferences between representa
tives of the Federation and the Steel
Corporation since the close of the mlno
workers' conference at Indianapolis,
which asked President Gompcrs to
rnll representatives of the federated
bodice to meet here.
That meeting of labor presidents was
hold within a few days after the coal
conference nnd steps' were taken to
secure a meeting with fho steel offi
cials. Tho first conference between
the steel people and tho Federation's
representatives was held In Indian
apolis. Another conference was held
In'Clet eland, another In New York nnd
another In Pittsburg. Finally, he
says, a plan of settlement wasVrcachcd
which was satisfactory to tho steel
people, the Federation's representa
tives and the Amalgamated Associa
tion. This proposition, he says. Is now
being voted on by the lodges of the
Amalgamated Association. It Is i
compromise and gives tne Amalgamat
ed Association' a slight advantage, over
what the steel people last offered, the
union getting a showing In mills that
have unionized since the strike begin.
This Information was also glien by
a member of the Mountain City loCg'j
of the Amalgamated Association In
this district. He said his lodgo voted
to accept the proposition last night,
and It was expected that the strike
would be settled wltnln ten days.
Pittsburg. Augt 28. Probable, peace
for the striking sfeel workers" within
ten days was the Interesting topic In
strike circles here today, but nothing
definite could be learned. President
Shaffer said that in the face of gains
made by the strikers -a would not
back down from his original position.
Tho steel officials reiterated their
previous statements that no overtures
for pence had como from tho strikers
and that the strike could only e set
tled by the return of the men to mcir
EX. 6HIP HENRY VILLARD
ROCHE HARBOR LIME
FOR THE WHOLESALE TRADE.
Also Big Shipment of CAL. RED BRICK.
THEO. H. DAVIES & CO., Ltd.
A beautiful and dainty assortment.
We would like to have you call and
t. Inspect this stock. : : : : :
I Hotel Street, near Nuunnu.
General Merchandise. Dry Goods, Groceries.
Japanese Provisions, etc
MAOOON BLOCK, MERCHANT hTREET.
IF.. Box 886
London, Aug. 28. A dispatch from
A telegram has been recehed from
Prince Chun stating that German has
determined that he. when ho Is re
ceived by Emperor William shall bow
three times, nnd that tho secretary of
the mission and other subordinate
shall prostrate themselves, and knock
their heads' nine times on the floor,
before the Emperor. Tho Chinese en
voys hero appealed to the German Min
ister to secure a change In this plan,
hut he lcplled that the (arrangement
bad been made by his Government and
he coufel not act.
It I. I nr, .life tml quick rrnmljr,
Tlir' ONLY ONE
Two.izc., 25c fcnjMc,
Wm. F. Allen, guardian of tho
Opforgclt minors, him filed his seventh
account, showing receipts of I63s!3
with pnments that leae a balunco
of 1107.81. The estate Is worth
illOl.'.'l Inrp-'cU money.
In haplolanl Estate s. Clcgborn It
U stipulated th.it plaintiff may Invo
'.') days from yerterday wlth.u which
U flln bill ot exceptions.
In the bill lor account It; nf Joiui
fowler & Co. vs. Hobcrt Cation and
Ut-'j YV, Mac'arlanc It Is slli ' itcd
that the defendant Catton may Ii.ne
until September 9 to plead, answer or
demur to the amended complaint.
In the divorce case bf Sam Mop, a
Chinese woman, vs. Chong Quon It Is
stipulated that the Ilbcllce may havo
ten da j s from August 30 to file excep
An answer of general denial Is filed
by J. T. Dc Dolt for defendants In the
ejectment suit of I-co Tit vs. Chow Ee,
Chung Hooki Yce Lee and Moy Kee.
U. K. Morgan, administrator de bonis
non of the estate of II, C. Norton, de-
Iceased, flics an Inventory from tho
uooks or inc Washington Mcrcnntllo
Co., showing a credit balance of $327.-
85. Atkinson & Judd aro attornca for
. C. Pencock, a creditor. The nd
mlnlstrator has riled a bond In 1500
with L. E. Plnkham and K. II. Auer-
ujch as sureties.
The request and authority to Judge
Little of tho Foutth Circuit Court .o
sit as substitute judge In the First
Circuit Is signed by Associate Jiifci.c
A. Perry of the Supreme Court.
Rebecca Pance by her attorneys.
Thomas Eltch nnd C. C. Ulttlng, peti
tions for termination of tne. spend
thrift trust under which sne Is held by
J. A. Magoon as guardian. She con
sented to the guardianship on April
15, 1893, being then trouuicd in her
doi.estlo relations and not living with
her then husband, tiumcku, and bav
ins confidence in Magoon. She says she
did not understand at the time that
Matron's petition for guardianship uo
cured her of drunkenness, or gaming,
or Idleness, or deuiuichery. Sho do
nles that sho was then or ever has
been n drunkurd. Judgo Gear has sign
ed nn order directing tho guardian to
how cause on Monday, September 16,
why the prayer of tho petition for ter
mination of the ust should not bit
Peking, Aug. 28. An edict has been
recehed announcing that It is tho In
tention of the courUo return unosten
tatiously to Peking. Their Majesties
will give 100,000 tuels as a farewell
contribution to tho dlsctresscd people
of Slngnn-Pu and tho surrounding dis
trict. The edict forbids any prepara
tions being mado for the reception ot
tho court beyond repairing the roads.
It abates and refunds a year's taxes
along the route that will bo followed
through tho provinces of Shansl, Ho
nan and Chill, All the expenses of thu
Journey will be paid by tho Imperial
exchequer. This Is unusual, but ac
cords with a suggestion recently madu
by Sir Robert Hart .director of thu
Imperial Maritime Customs.
HAWAIIAN TOBACCO CO., Ltd.,
Corner' Merchant and Nuunnu Stm.,
alwo HOTEL. ST.. opponlt, Bethil.
A MAN IN ARKANSAS
Could not repair his roof when It
rained and would not In fair weather
because It did not need It.
DON'T bo uncomfortable during tho
warm weather, when wo can furnish
you with either desk or celling fans nt
GOOD IN THE HOME AND
GOOD IN THE OFFICE.
They will create a delightfully cool
breeze and keep away mosquitoes.
Regular $20.00 desk fans for. ..916 00
Regular $56.00 celling fans for. . 40 00
KING ST., NEAR ALAKEA.
The Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.,'
Hawaiian Engineering and Construction Co.
ROOMS 508, 509, 510 STANGENWALD BUILDING.
P. O. BOX 834. TEL. MAIN 70
All classes of Engineering Work solicited; Examinations, Survey, and Re
port mado for any class of Waterworks, Steam and Electric Construction;
Plans and Specifications and Estimates Prepared, and Constriction Superin
tended, In all branches of Engineering Work; Contracts solicited for Rail
roads, Electric and Steam; Tunnels, Bridges. Buildings, Highways Founda
tions, PIer, Wharves, etc. '
Special attention given to Examinations, Valuations, nnd Report, oc
Properties for Investment purposes.
FREDERICK J. AMWEO. M. AM. Soc C. tt,
. . Englncor and Manager.
W. R. CASTLE JR.. Secretary and Treasurer.
Metropolitan Meat Co.,
Fresh Meats and Pish m
by Every Steamer
From the Coast that has CoM Storage.
Choice Beef, Veal, Mutton,
Lamb and Pork always
Also Poultry, Salmon and Halibut.
The Metropolitan Market, King St., Tel. 4$.
FOR 8ALB AT The Booth, Fishmarket, Telephone 379.
Central Market. Nuuanu St., Telephone 104.
We are making a specialty of selling the very
best KONA COFFEE, and will assure you of
tin best satUfactlon If bought at : : : ; :
C. J. 'DAY & CO.
t8r Groceries delivered free'to all parts of the city.
GOO KIM, 1116 Nuuanu St.
New Line of European Goods.
Gentlemen's, Ladle' and Children's Hats.
Chinese Grass Linen, all colors.
Dress Goods, Pongee SlIUs.
MBIJCHAN I" TAILOR, A large variety of cloths made up In'the
Washington, Aug. 27. Official mall
advices recehed at the Colombian Li
gation hero today tend to show, It U
stated, that the chances n! war be
tween Colombia nnd Ven;zucla grow
more distant every day. The mall
) contained Information to tho effect
that both the Ncnraguan and Ecuado-
an ROiernments lmvo elven lhi, C.n-
3StJLX3. 21J lomblan Government tho fullest assure
v, lances that they will remain strictly
ncutrai wmi regard to tne strained re
lations between Colombia and Venezuela,
the best in
P. O. Box wj. Tll, Ilf
THE OLDEST CHi. v.SE FIRM IN HONOLULU.
Dttltrt la Fist Silks tad Grtu Uiudi. ' Cblutt tnl Jtputtt CJoodt ol All Kliit.
io-ti Nuutnu ttrtt I.
The Bulletin, 75cts. per month
TAKE ill VIEW
Washington, Aug. 27. It Is feared In
official circles hero that the withdraw
al of the Trench Embassador from
Constantinople marks tho dissolution
of the concert of European Towers
under which the Integrity of Turkey
wns guaranteed. Ily tho treaty of Her.
Iln all fhe great Powers of Kuropo sub
scribed to an agreement to refrain
from any act that would tend to the de
struction of tho Ottoman empire. This
uctlou was taken to forestall wTiat wera
conceived to bo tho designs of Russia
to seize on Turkish territory, and Itus-
Isla herself was led to suGscrlbo to the
I agreement by force of circumstances.
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