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EVENING DULLETIN. HONOLULU, H. T., THURSDAY JAN 23, 1002.
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Popular
STORE..
LADIES' HOSIERY
AT ASTONISHING
: LOW PRICES :
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pro iv no
CUBAN TARIFF HEDUCERT
HAVE THEIR INNINGS
Claim Sugar Trust is Not Behind the
Movement Want Reduction
of 50 to 60 Percent.
Ladies' Fast Black Hose
Rood quality, on (lisping In window;
price per pair
12 l-2c
A better grade, fast black stocking
were 23c per pair, wo will sell this
week at
3 pairs for 50c
These stockings aro of oxtrn vnluo for
23c, hut we liao a Bpeclal offer to
make In 23c hosiery, bo put tliem down
at this low figure.
Here's an unusual offer In hosiery:
Wo have made an extra good deal
when we bought these stockings, and
wo want you to como and see them.
The best plain black stocking over of
fered In Honolulu for
25c
Mack or red all lace stocking; no
better valuo anywhere
3 pairs (or $1.00
Fancy Hosiery
Is all the craze on the Mainland and Is
growing more popular hero every da).
We havo a beautiful stuck of latest
shades and designs at
$1.00 a pair and upwards
Sachs' Dry Goods Co., Ltd,
FORT STREET.
&s
Theo. H. Davies & Co., Ltd.
Hardware
I Department
SOLE AUENTS for
Alsen Portland Cement
Roche Harbor Lime : :
Dick's Balata Bejting ;
SterlingLubricatingOils
FROM MIDDLE WEST
TO ISLAND
U CUUMIM If X
BLEST i
Malulani Hospital Report for Dec
ember Plumbing and Sewer
Inspection Light Order
of Business.
ADVANCE SPRING SALE
Commencing today we will offer to tho public our now line of spring
goods consisting of
COLLARS. CUFFS, SHIRTS, NECK
WEAR, HOSIERY, UNDERWEAR,
as well as many other specialties.
CALL AND SEE THEM.
U. SEKOMOTO,
Robinson Block, Hotel Street.
S. SHIMAMOTO
Washington. Jan 10. Cuban reci
procal was again under consideration
todaj by the Wbb and .Means Com
inltuu with large representations of
Cubans and of the arlous sugar and
tobacco Interests In attendance. A
delegation ironi the New Vork Prod
uce Uxchangu faorauio"Io icclproclty
and sc-vcinl delegations Horn tho beet
growing sections opposed to tecipioi--,
it) armed this morning I
Uwuu Thomas, ex president of tho
New ork I'roduce Hxcliange. pre-1
scnted tho views of that organization,
lie said that last )enr J0.OU0.OUU or
American food pioducts went to Cu
ba, about 73 per cent of the- business
being done by members of tne Prod
uce K-alinnge. Continuing, he said
"Should tho Uultrd States rcruse to
grant a reduction of duties on tho Im
ports of the two great staples of Cuba
(sugar nnd tobacco) we delicto the ro
suit will be ruin to the planters, bank
rupts to tho merchant ami great dls
ttcss to tho laboring classes of Cuba,
follow d by serious Industrial disturb
nnccs and disorder. I
"Financial nnd economic disaster to
Cuba will correspondingly Injure out
trade and material!) i educe our ex
ports of Hour, corn lard bacon pork,
beans, peas, innned goods nnd other
commodities. The matetial reduction
of our exports and Impoits to and from
Cnba followed by a corresponding de
crease In the earning trade, wilt re-.
suit in a loss of frolght to ship-owners. '
"This committee urges such reduc
tion In the duties now levied on sugar
and tobacco ns will inert this Impend
ing disaster and thereby safeguard tlm
interests we represent. I
Heprcsentathe -.cClellau of New
York called attention to circulars re-1
celled by himself and other members
or tho committee, attacking tne cur
rent sugar quotations, and stating they
wero Influenced by the sugar trust.
The business men present gao their
opinion that quotations weio accurate
and fairly Impartial. (
Mr. McClollan remarked In this con
ncctlon thnt there was an evident pin
poso in somo quarters of prejudicing
the cause of Cuban reclprocitj by ere
ntlng a public Impression that thu
trust was behind It. whereas all tho
witnesses thus tar hau shown that tho
Cubun cause stood on Its own merits.
Charles Habldan nnd C 1 Arm
stiong of tho Produco Hxchange also
spoke hi rnvor of reclprocitj and wen1
examined at length b) Chairman
l'ano and members of the committee,
on the details of our export trado to
the Island nnd the effect of reciprocity
on arlous sugar Interests.
Representative Robertson of Louis
iana asked a series of questions tend
ing to show- that the Cuban people had
not spoken for reciprocity, nnd that
the movement was directed by 'tho
sugar people," Interested In tho trade.
Mr. Armstrong answered that the in
terests of all tho Cuban pcoplo wern
bound up with sugar production and
must stand or fall with It.
Mr. Itobertson also sought to Bhow
that American capitalists were bujlng
largo Biwar trnrts In Cuba and would
bo benefited by reciprocity more than
Cuban people
Louise Place, head of tho Cuban del
cgatlon, was heard as to the tariff re
ductlons Cuba was likely to make In
order to give the United States control
or tho market. He said tho Cuban t-r
ItT was very low and shorn. i be raised
50 to 70 per cent, nnd after that a illf
feientlnl granted to the I'n.ied States
sulllclent to control tho trado as
against other countries. Ho favored
ultimate free trade, both was, wlflrli
ho said, was the only solution of Cu
has commercial pioblem
When Representative Long brought
out that Mr. Place hail sought free
trado at Havana tho Cuban spol'ca
jnan explained amid laughter that he
yielded to tho majority and that by
asking much It was hoped to get as
near that as possible. He gave 50 to
no per cent as tho lowest concession
which would grant relief
As tho hearings dosed Hepresenta
tlvo Richardson or Tennessee, the
It was a tame calendar or jesteid.iv
Not a deputation appealed, nor u kb k
er. Kewalo even was absent fiom the
tjpcwrltten order or the di)
Those constituting the meeting vveie
Mr, II, C Sloggctt. piesldent. I)i
M. Moore, Attorney Oeneinl i: V
Dole, l)r, V U Cooper anil I'ml (.
Smith, In nitendnnco were O i hur
lock, sc ictur), and Miss Mae Acu,
stenographs
Two new doctors were (citified up
Tor license bj Dr. Andrews, cluiiuuii
of medlinl cxnmlneis, nnd nuoiun.j
ly lerommendul to Ticnsuitr 'rli;ht
foi the paiehment. They ntc not u
panese this time, but both fio-n the
breezy plains of the Middle West One
Is a native of Iowa named I)r lobn II
Hast, who comes thus farthei w it
from Rising City, Nebraska, to tlilj
more rising burg He Is a giaduate of
the medical department of Io,v i it ti
I'nlverslt)
Or. Christian A. R. Allriiliure-r was
bom In Russia, but is n giadiu'c of
Rush Medical College, Chliiiso and
comes here from Shclb, Nebrnsku
Mrs Knleo Mlllkaa sent In h pitl
tlon for leave to visit hei husbiiul j
the Settlement, which w.as refepr tu
Superintendent C I) He) nobis.
K. O. Keen, Inspector of pluiamn,;
and house sewers, reported the follow
ing data of his olllre for the first tnlf
of Jnnuar) Plans filed, 3S; pi. inks
issued, -IS, Inspections made 121.
final certificates Issued, 33, sewed con
nections made, 2G.
Sister M. Ilonaventuie's loinit or
Malulani hospital, Walluku. foi De
cember was read, showing fie iisml
efficiency In conducting the Institution
with cconomv. Although the ceiisea
outran the hospital receipts foi pa
tients, the previous balance stood lu
good stead against a deficit ,
There were fort)-flve patients Heat
ed during the month, viz 2 Hawaiian.
23 Huropcnn, 1 Chinese. 17 J.ipiticim
and 2 others In hospital one wick or I
less were 12, two weeks or less 1J one'
month or less lii. two months m nt
t over three months 2.
Receipts amount piI to $V.s Vi Horn
the following souues plantation pa-1
tlents. $109 Su, ward patients SI It". M i j
private patients. $02 30, opeintlnn W,
rather Llebert, for board of hlstets, i
$ir. The running expenses wnc $PiU
40. From November the Inlame for
waid was J222 3", amV the end,-if De
cember It was $120 l" Sister llnnn
vcnlure acknowledges the leielpt fiom
the Hoard or Health or $2t" as pav of
Sisters and servants for Pcocmbei
Tho matter of public It) came up
again, Dr Cooper questioning the
propriety of allowing copies to be made
of contracts ror supplies.
Mr. Dole stood llrml) as bernro
against secret) While the privilege
should not be abused oi the work of
the onice obstructed )ct all docu
ments ought to be open to public III
spectlon excepting those Intrinsic all)
confidential.
NERVOUSNESS
upsets the stomach and prevents the
nutritive elements Horn getting Into
the blood The stomach finally rebels
ngaliiHt food nnd the result is d)spep
sin The Hitters will strengthen the
nines nnd cine dyspepsia, constipa
tion, biliousness, flatulency, also ere
ate n heart) appetite, purify the blood I
and build up the sjsteni. Do sure
to tr) It I
HOSTETTER'S I
STOMACH BITTERS '
SMITH PREMIER TYPEWRITERS
Still In the Lead-Always in the Lead,
HIGHEST AWARD AT PARIS EXPOSITION
HIGHEST AWARD AT BUFFALO EXPOSITION
It's time to turn over a new leaf If oti have never used tho
Smith Premier Superior In construction and cluclency Send or
calt for catalogue.
G. W. MACFARLANE,
SOLE AGENT.
MACHINES SOLD, RENTED AND REPAIRED,
CALIFORNIA DELEGATION j
PUTS ITSELF ON RECORD.
Want Chinese of the Insular Posses
sions Barred Out Beyond Ques
tion of Doubt- -Resolutions
Passed.
Washington, Jan. JO. At a largely
attended meeting tod.i) of Paclllu
Coast Senators and Heprcsntatlves a
Unal determination was reached as tu
the course to be pursued on Chinese
exclusion legislation, and the following
lesolutlun wus adopted
"Uesolved 'Hut the Pacific Coast
Senators and Representatives nppiove
the polk) mid gincial luovlslous of
the bill which tin) have requested
Representative K.iliu to Intioduce In
the House and senator Mitchell In thn
Senate, but this shall not affect tin,
privilege or ail) number to perfect the
same b) amendment.
lhe bill thus to be introduced was
agieed upou at the meeting. As final
ly adopted, tMe lusulai section le.nli
ns follows
" 1 hat from and attei the passage of
tills net the entrj Into tho American
mainland terrltor) of tho United States
of Chinese laborers coming fiom any
of the insular possessions or the United
States shall be absolute!) prohibited,
and the prohibition shall nppl) to all
Chinese laborers, as well ns to such
as vveie lu Insular possessions at thu
time oi times of acquisition thereof
lcspcctlvel) b) the L'ulted .States, or to
those who have come there since mid
those who have been born there since
and those who ma) come theio here
aftei and those who ma) hereafter bet
bom tlicie '
gives satisfaction
This alone would be the hot re immcndntlon for nn lamp ono
could cNpeet vt ever) merchant who uses our
NEW ARC LAMPS
is more than satisfied and sas thev nre the best he has ever used.
Surd) he ought to know
Mil. W W. DIMOXI) sa.vs ' I cannot say too much In praise or
these lamps, they give n soft, penetrating light, evenl) distributed
and without Muttering or noUe The) nre the best lamps I have
ever seen."
Por fmther Information ring us up Tel. Main 390 nnd wo will
be pleased to call at )our olllce
HAWAIIAN ELECTRIC CO., Ltd.
KINO STREET, NEAR ALAKEA.
Weekly Bulletin, $1.00 per year
Tel. Main :ill
PoBtottlcc Box S7
BIG SHIRT WAIST SALE
FOR ONE WEEK ONLY. ALL WAISTS MARKED
BELOW COST. CALL AND EXAMINE THEM,
A. A. MONTANA,
Lending DrcHHinnhing limine unci Millinery PiipIuph.
Arlington IIIock, lintel St. 11. l-i DAVISON, Maunder.
SHREVE & CO., San Francisco
To facllltnto trado with tho Hawaiian Islands, will uclivcr
all goods purchased or ordered or them, free of all charges
ror transportation to Honolulu or returning snmo to Han
Francisco. Goods will bo Bont on selection to thoso know.
Ing tho firm, or who will furnish satistactory references In
San Francisco. $
Jewelers, Gold and Silver Manufacturers,
Marhet & Pont 8ts., 8. P.
Illustrated CATALOGUE nnd prices furnished upon receipt
or request. Wo havo tho largest manufactory of Jewelry
nnd Silverware west of New York City, and arc prepared to
rurnlsh special designs.
ranking Democrat on the committee,
said.
"I notice that n ven prominent
United Stntes Senator Is cpioted In tn
day's paper as saying the Senatu will
settle this whole question w III make a
tieaty and thnt we will have nothing
to do with It "
"Ho will nnd out dlffeiently befoie
ho gets through," nnsweied Mr. Dal
roll of Pennsylvania.
Chnlrman Pnyno stated that the to
bacco men would be heard on the 21st.
the beet sugar Interests on tho 22d
nnd that General Wood was expected
up Irom Cuba. The committee then
adjourned, subject to the call or thu
i hah man.
General Merchandise, Dry Goods, Groceries.
.Japanese Provisions, etc.
MAOOON BLOCK, MERCHANT STREET.
3 . O. jBosc 886 aaJLn. 2lfl
MINISTER WU WILL OPPOSE
THE CHINESE EXCLUSION ACT
GOO KIM,NUUANabLREET
BIG -HOLIDAY 8T0CK OF TOYS.
Many new Staylcs Table Covert, Embroidered both of Grass Linen and
Silk.
Embroidered Piano Covers, Silk Handkerchiefs, Etc.
Heavy Pongee Silk and White Silks, Victoria Lawn, India Lawn and
Laces of all kinds. New stock of Swiss Embroideries.
DRY GOODS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
P O Boi j Tic it.
THE OLDEST CHi. viE FIRM IN HONOLULU.
COMMISSION" MElRaH.A.N'TS.
Ditltrt la Flo SI It tad Grtst Ltneoi. Cblni and Jipioua Goods ol AM Kloii
tio-tta Ntuunu Witt
The Bulletin, 75cts. per month
r 1 ifec li MalfiliSsl
. i i
Port Tow niencl. Wash , Ian 13 All
hopes or Capt.ilu Jiiiiivs Mclut)ie and
comrades or the lll-fjtcil ship llristol
being alive weic dispelled b) the ar
rlvul or the stcamei Cottage Cltj from
the noi tit tocla) Captain Wallace who
picked up the sutvlvors sa)s thut he
believes that the) went down with
the vessel when she slid fiom the iccf
anil even U the) had got clear from
the ship It would have been almost
impossible for their small boat to havo
lived In the sea vvhlch was limning nt
the time. Captnlu Wallace s.i)s then
is on!) one eh.inie of their being alive,
and that Is that the) nnslit possibly
have reached Port Simpson.
The Cottage fit) li.ul a very rough
vo).igo down being te-ven cU)s rrom
Juneau in Cljienre straits she in
roiiuteicd a torn) of uniiKinl scvelit),
the sea rolling so high thnt she could
not malic he.dwii) and nt times her
propeller was out of the vwiter. She
Fought shelter lu t'nlon h.i). but the
wind blew with such tone that the
stocks of both line hens vveie broken
nnd would not hold, nnd ror roity-elght
hours she steamed luck and fnrtli In
the lin) lo keep from going ashore.
'I lie Htm in wiought havoc nt Wian
gel Davldgc's waiehiiuse a stimnir-i
120 b) SO feet, built elurlng the Klon
dike excitement, was picked up h) tlm
wind and dumped into tin- bay anil is
now lloatlng in the channel a men ice
to navigation Other buildings were
mine or less d.im.iged, but no Uvea
weie lost
The Germania Life Insurance Companv,
OF NEW YORK.
ASSETS $27,378,533.30.
Paid to Policy Holders slnco 1SC0 Tor Death Claims J2I 373 0 C3
Tor Matured Policies 7 507.008 27
Dividends and Surrenders . 1349913137
Total
EMMETT MAY,
$l3.5"i,2i:
Manager for Hawaiian Islands.
JUDD BUILDING.
Evening Bulletin, 75c per month
THE GENIAL WU TING FANG.
Washington Ian H Wu 1 Ing 1 .ing the Chines Mlnlsti r and lei
I'O) 'M.i)oi ' or I" lilnntiivvn in Philadelphia, will appear bcroio thu hunti
Committee, on Immlgiallon ne-t Tuef.il.iv to oppose tho le-enactmont of th
Chinese exclusion act which expires b) limitation next spring A unstirt
mis iilioii)liioiis pamphlet Is being ill diluted mining C'cmisiessiiion nnd iiMi u I
Ing ninio attention, it contains in edght) -one pages substantial!) all tin in
gtiments tho Chinese Mlnlte-is havo advanced fiom time to tlnm In opposi
tion to th custihtlon of Chlnue Immlgiallon Minister Wu denies liovvev. i
that ho lb the author oi In mi) vva connected with tho publication
Washington. Jan. 1 1 Oscar S
ijtiuiis of New orl:, foimcil) United
Suites Mliilsci-i to Tuikc-y toda) wns
'uppointed as a permanent me-mbt-t oi
i the Committee ol Aibinatloii nt Tin
Hague The appointment Is to (111 the
ivaeauc) caused b) the- death of c
Piesldent llanlson.
Oscar S ritiaus was hum In Ottci
Icig, Itlic-nlsh IUvarl.i, 32 )euis ugu
r.ml eamo to Ameilcu when in- was I
j ears old He giadiiate-d liom Ciiluni
bla Inlveislt) and Its law school ami
entered meicnnlllu life. I'lom lss? to
lbs'J In- was Mlnlsiei tu Turkc-) iiudei
Cleveland, ami in ISUb upon the ii-slg
nation of Piesldent .lames I) Angc II o
the t'nlverslt) of Michigan, Piesldeui
MiKlnlc) conleried the Turkish mis
-, m upon Straus again His sin kit
a f niismiitinopli- won him rh it
pinlsi in I '.'n ' he ictiiuuil to m i
ii a an i h is dm i b. n n-.ii .-, -I In n i
i nis a- il- I'l' Ii V ml cii.
Hi is it au'hi i n si i il I il - i hi
s ji I mil pi itie l - n in .ii 1 n in
U - u v tupnuiit
Special
Selected
Highland
Whiskey
WHYTE & MACKAY
- I "mi --
W. C. Peacock & Co.,
LIMITED
Sole Agents.
A Smooth Scotcli Whiskey
Drink No Other.
Waialua Beach Hotel
CIIAS. DAVID, Mnnnjier
Now Open for IIulncH.
PlneHt of Accommodation.
Plnest ot Untlilnfi. t t
He Sure to Get Off nt t t
t t I I Wnlnluu fitntlon
RATI18 SU.BO per day I
Kpeclnl RntcK by Week or
Month. : I I I I I l i ,
For further Information adJress :
IIALI1IWA P. O,
A. Harrison Mill Co., Lid.
KAWAIAHrtO iTRLfcT,
KbWALO.
Tel. White 12:1 P. O. Box 552
Sitting. Pianinjc, Turning and
, Will Work In all Its branches.
Lumber - Kiln - DrylnjJ
a -pecUlly, and in large or small
quantities.
Honolulu Iron Works.
Improved and modern SUGAR MA
CHINERY of every capacity and do
icrlptlon mnilo to order. Boiler work
ind KIVUTKD I'H'US for Irrigation
purposes a specialty. Particular atten
tion paid to JOU WORK, and repairs
executed at shortest notice.
Beaver Luiicli Rooms
I:or t St., bet. Queen unci Merchant
Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
Served.
Uver) thing first class Cnmpleto lino
Key Weit and Domestic Cigars nlwa)8
on hand
H. J. NDLTE, Proprietor.
HART & CO.,
(LIMITED)
HIE ELITE ICECREAM PARLORS
Fine Ice Creams and Water lees.
Chocolate and Confections.
The Finest Resort In the City.
Try our "Elite" Oyster Cocktails.
MEN'S EXCHANGE
314 PORT ST.,
Has tho Heat Assortment ot
TACIKIO ISLAND CURI03
in tho City
riu73H ho.mi:-madi: roT on ruES-
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