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EVBNINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU. It. T THURSDAY, APniL 3, 1301.
0O$!FE$ "HYLO" , i 9 BOARD 111,1111! AID I B M40 RECORD BREAKING Lace Curtain Sale ! ! Beginning Monday Morning, March 3 1st VALUES - NOT - CONSIDERED The Reason, OVERSTOCKED, and More on the Way An event Hint should bo taken atlvnntago of by every housekeep er In Honolulu and an offer that for liberality is almost unprecedent ed. 8ALE LASTS ONLY ONE WEEK. Then the opportunity will be gone. You will And tho goods and prices exactly as advertised, for wo never misrepresent a sale under any circumstances. Nottingham Lace Curtains Lot 1 3 yds. long, 40 Inches wit!;, at 85c pair Lot 23 1-2 yds. long, 64 Indies wide, at 95c pair Lot 3 3 1-2 yds. long, 54 Inches wide, at $1.15 pair Lot 4 3 1-2 yds. long, 48 Inches wide, at $1.35 pair Lot 53 1-2 yds. long, 52 Inches wide, at $1.65 pair long, 54 Inches wide, at $1.95 pair long, 54 Inches wide, at $2.95 pair asst. patterns long, 60 Inches wide, at $3.30 pair extra fine Lot 63 1-2 yds Lot 73 1-2 yds, Lot 83 1-2 yds, Special Lot consisting of only a small quantity, ecru squaro net, with border. $4 10 Frill Madras Curtains Size 3 1-2 yards x 64 Inches In whlto and cream; slzo 4 yards by 66 Inches. Regular prlco $6.75; this salo $2.75 Tambo Net Lace Curtains very small lot of extra flno quality and cliolco patterns. Lot 1 Sizes 3 1-2 yards x 63; regu lar price $9.50; Sale Price $6.80 pr. Lot 2. Sizes 4 yards x 63; regular price $12.50; Sale Price $9.45 pr. A small assortment of Hem Notdng hnms, all at reduced prices. N. S. SACHS' DRY GOODS CO., Ltd. WHY THROW $40 AWAY by paying $100 for a typewriter when you can get an up-to-date strictly high grade machine The Wellington Visible Writer for $60. This machlno Is a revolution in typewriters. One of many endorsements given tho Wellington Typewriter Is as follows "We mako the statement positively that they are absolutely tho best, ex celling all others In simplicity, dura bility and accuracy. Wo are using 76 of them In our Philadelphia and New York stores. They havo our unquali fied endorsement. '(Signed) JOHN WANAMAKEIt." We have lust received a shipment of these typewriters and will bo pleased to give full particulars regarding same. Tlieo. II. Davies & Co., Ltd. S. SHIMAMOTO General Merchandise. Di-y Goods, Groceries. Japanese Provisions, etc MAQOON BLOOK, MEROHANT UTREET, j? . O- B02C 880 .IMfettn. Japanese Medical Socie ty Wants to Nominate Examiners. INCREASE OF PESTILENCE AT ORIENTAL PORTS French Woman Seeks Office of Nurse at Molokai Through Miss Roosevelt Water, for Man and Beast. PER S, S. "ALAMEDA" New Line Golf Shirts very latest In tho market. SILK AND CRAPE SHIRTS, PONGEE SILK FOR SUITS, direct from the. Orient. BIG LINE OF KIMQNAS. - - U. SEKOMOTO, Robinson Block, Hotel Street. There were present at yesterday's session of the Hoard of Health: Presi dent Sloggctt, Dr. Moore, Dr. Cooper, P. IX. Iscnbcrg, P. C. 8mlth and At torney General Dole. Executive Olfl cttr Pratt, Settlement Superintendent Reynolds, Secretary Charlock and Stenographer Mao Weir wero In at tendance. Dr. Ushlda, president of tho Japan ese Medical Society, transmitted a set of resolutions of that body with a re quest for kindly consideration. The society's votes were as follows: "All Japanese applicants for a license to practice medlclno must first produce tho proper credentials and regular dip loma to the Japariesc consul and re ceive hts endorsement. "After receiving said endorsement tho credentials are to he examined by this society. "The local Hon. Board of Health is requested to appoint two graduated and regular practicing physicians to said board, said physicians to bo na tive Japanese." On consideration it vtas decided to Inform Dr. Uchlda In reply that the society's request for Japanese repre sentation on tho board of medical ex- amtners was a matter entirely for tho Legislature. The matter of condemned ponds was set asldo for another week, owing to Mr. Mott-Smlth's absence. A petition from residents of Bere t'anla, Punchbowl, King and Alapal streets, for abatement of tho nulsanco of water and mire every wet spell at the Junction of those streets, was refer red to tho Public Works Department. Tho Hllo fish market question was tabled. Secretary Cooper transmitted the following letter from Thomas Ryan, Acting Secretary of the Interior, Wash ington: Department of tho Interior, Washington. March 12. 1902. The Governor of Hawaii, Honolulu, II. I. Sir: I transmit herewith a transla tion of a letter addressed by Marie I.curquln to Miss Roosevelt and ref erred by tho President to this Depart ment for consideration . It will bo seen therefrom that Ma demoiselle Leurquln desires to conse crate herself to tho care of lepers at Molokai, Hawaii, and requests permis sion from this Government to proceed to tho Island and engage In such char itable work. She also states that four sisters wero sent to Molokai for work among the lepers by this Government, and It Is with them that she desires to associate herself, and that she Is able to defray the expenses of the Journey to Hawaii In case permission Is accord ed her. She has this day been advised that tho Sisters In question, wero not authorized by this Department to en ter upon the mission aliovo rorerreu to, but that possibly authority therefor may havo been granted by tho proper officers In Haw-all. I have to request, therefore, that you will look into this matter and advise the Department as to whether It will be practicable for the Hawaiian Gov ernment to comply wltn ncr wisnes in the matter. Very respectfully. (Signed.) THOS. RYAN Bfc STOMACH SITTERS A WEAK BACK. Some people suffer from this ailment nearly nil their lives. They aro ner vous and despondent through loss of sleep. Tho fact Is their kidneys aro weak and are unable to perform their proper functions. Tho best medlclno to strengthen the kidneys, stimulate tho liver and cure Indigestion, dyspep sia, sleeplessness or malaria, fever and ague, Is HOSTETTER'S STOMACH BITTERS INCANDESCENT LAMPS Will provo a great convenience In tho sick-room and whero children require a light during the night. They nre wonderful little lamps. A slight turn of the globe changes tho light from sixteen to one candlo power and vlco versa. In appcaraneo they aro tho regular Incandescent lamp and can bo used anywhere. Wo will supply them nt 75 cents each. TELEPHONE MAIN 390 HAWAIIAN ELECTRIC CO., Ltd KINQ STREET, NEAR ALAKEA. 2IR Til. il. y&ro CHAKT P. O. Box wj. THE OLDEST CHi. E FIRM IN HONOLULU. ooMMiesioisr murohantb. D.il.r. la Flo. Silk, mi Gitii Lln.oi. CMmm ni Jtpta.it dool. ol All Klili. .i-ii Nouinu itr t TWO WEEKS MORE OF BIG SALE At tho storo of Goo Kim, 1116 Nuuanu Btreet. Tho finest of Orient al Bilks and linens, consisting of dress goods and embroidered handker chiefs 32 Inches square and table covers 30 and 41 Inches square. Ladles and gentlemen's furnishing goods anil underwear; duck Biilts, bath robes; remnants of grass linen, figured silks and other goods. GOO KIM, 1116 Nuuanu Street Bulletin 75c. per month. Madcmolscllo: I have a great deslro to consecrato mjclf to tho caro of tho lepcrB of Molokai. I hao solicited this privilege from Monsclgneur Prufert, tho missionary Bishop of Honolulu, who baa replied to me that th thing Is not In his power but depends upon tho American Government; that It was tho Government and not tho mission which sent the four Sisters there, and with whom I desire to associate my self In order to bestow my cares on tho unfortunate lepers. Mademoiselle, I am for)y years old. and without being rich, I am. liowocr. ablo to pay a thousand francs a year for my board and nil the expenses of tho voyage. I havo taken tho llheity of address ing myself to you, Mademoiselle, hop ing that Monsieur tho President, your father, would not refuse you this. If you would hao tho kindness to pic ient my request to him yourself. If I obtain that which I desire, my gratitude toward your august family will be eternal. I will pray every da for the President In a manner eri special In order to proservet him from tho evil which actually threatens nil crowned heads. Accept, I pray you, tho expression ol my piofound respect. Your humble servant, MARIE LKURQUIN. Brussels, Peb. 13, 1002. I pray you, mademolsollc, have the kindness to respond to mo In care ol my most Intimate friend, Mademoiselle Marie Honore, Ruo dc Ursullnes IS, Brussels, Belgium. It was deemed well to refer tho appli cation to the Bishop of Panopolls and the Sisters of the Sacred Hearts, to ascertain If they considered that tho services of the applicant wero desir able to obtain. Albntross had his application granted for a permit to Wslt tho settlement on Molokai. Dr. L. E. Cofer. V. S. Hospital Ma rine Sen Ice. communicated reports of dlseaso from different points as fol lows: At Sydney, N. S. W.. for tho two weeks prior to March 11 there bad been 12 deaths from plague, the total number of cases to that date hav ing been 44. Hongkong had one case and one death from cholera, while tho purser of the latest steamer reported that on the day of sailing a Japanese steamer had arrUed with eight cholera ca,scx. Shanghai had eight cases of smallpox. Nagasaki had one caso of plague ar rlvo from Formosa. Neither at Koba nor Nagasaki was there any quaran tlnablc disease, K. G. Keen, plumbing Inspector, wrote with reference to drinking troughs and fountains proposed to, bo established as follows: Dr. J. S. B. Pratt, Executive Officer Board of Health. Sir: I desire to call the attention nt the honorable Board of Health to tho application that has been mado . to place upon tho public streets drinking places for the general public and wa tering troughs for stock, this having been referred to me by tho Superin tendent of Public Works, and as tho gentlemen Interested were anxious to begin their construction at once, I have taken the liberty after an ex amination of the troughs to write to him In substance, as follows: "That while the trough for stock has considerable mechanism about it that la liable to get out of order, jet I see no objection to its use at such pUces as the Superintendent of Public Works might designate, provided provision was made for the care of the waste water, and provided also that In the event of Its becoming a nuisance on account of tho water overflowing Into tho streets tho Board of Health would order such nulsanco abated at once. And as to the drinking places for tho general public, for obvious reasons, 1 could not recommend them on any ac count." Hoping this meets with tho approval of your Honorable Board, I am. Very respectfully. K. G. KEEN. Inspector of Plumbing and House Sewers Mr GrUwoId appeared and read an explanation of tho construction of the drinking fountain appliances, showing that It had an arrangement for pre venting a second uso of the drinking cup until It had been automatically cleansed twice by rinsing. It was noted to have a committee examine tho fountain, Mr. Iscnbcrg, Mr. Smith and Dr. Cooper being np pointed. Reports of tho plumbing Inspector, city sanitary officer and sanitary In spectors were read and filed. On the recommendation of tho city sanitary olflcer a committee, consisting of Isen berg, Mooro and Sloggctt was appoint ed to make n report. Mr. Dole told of the trip of the spe cial Imestlgatlng committee to Molo kai. Testimony was taken from 8 a, m, to 12:15 and from 1 p. m. to tho finish. It would bo as much as could bo expected If tho stenographic report wero considered In time for next regu lar meeting. Mr. Iscnbcrg proposed n special meeting on tho subject. "Not In secret session, oh, not nt all!" was the president's assent to the suggestion of having the spiclal meet ing open. Mr. Dole concluded with a mysteri ous reference to nn eight-foot fish caught by Dr. Pratt tho last night out while the date Apt 11 1 was still appll cable. "What brand went with It?" nsked Dr. Cooper. ROLL-TOP DESKS All sizes In quarter-sawed oak and beautifully finished. Largo stock of Extension Dining Tables. Axminster and Smyrna Rugs. Tapestry and Chenille Portieres. Folding chairs to let for any occasion, and tho very best uphols tering done. Elegant lino of furnhuro In all departments. PORTER FURNITURE CO., LTD. Fisher Block, opp. Love Bid., Fort Street. oooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo I C. J. DAY & CO.--GROCERIES 5 WE SELL ream ficcfate Needs No Cream o Needs No Sugar o 1 122 KING STREET o next to Bulletin Office I PHONE MAIN 119 w o oooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo LEADS THE WORLD Smith Premier Typewriters TYPEWRITERS Sold on Installment plan. Rented. Repaired. Special attention paid to re pair work of machines of all makes by an expert from fac tory. Also supplies for all ma chines on hand. C. W. MAGFARLANE, Sole Agent for the Territory of Hawaii Office at Washington Light Co. SflHHBUKKKK Hawaiian Engineering and Construction Go. ROOMS 508, 509, 510 STANGENWALD BUILDING. P. O. BOX 834. TEL. MAIN 7f All classes of Engineering Work solicited; Examinations, Survey and Re ports made for any class of Waterworks, Steam and Electric Construction Plana and Specifications and Estimates Prepared, and Construction Superii tended, In all branches of Engineering Work; Contracts solicited for Ilsil roadt, Electric and Steam; Tunnels, Bridges, Buildings, Highways, Founia tlons, Piers, Wharves, etc Special attention given to Examinations, Valuations, And Report! aJ Properties for Investment purposes. FREDERICK J. AMWEO, M. AM. Sot 0. ., Engineer and Hanafer. W. R. CASTLE JR., Secretary and Treasurer. MOET & CHANDON'S WHITE SEAL : - : - champagne was exclusively used nt tho dinner given by President Roosevelt to Prlnco Henry following tho christening of tho Kaiser's now yacht Mo teor. It la tho favorlto brand exclusively used by all connoisseurs. H. HACKFELD & CO., LIMITED 80LE AGENTS HAWAIIAN TERRITORY. Motor Carriage and Machine COMPANY. REPAIR AND BUILD ALL KINDS OF : : MACHINERY Mounn Hotel Concept. The band will play tho following se lections at a concert at tho Moana hotel this evening. beginning at 7:30 o'clock; PART I. Overture The King's Lieutenant. Tlt'l Chorus Tannhauser Wagner Grand Selection Marltana . . . . Wnllaci Kukllnklla. (b) Wall I Knahiiula, Miss I. Kelllaa. (c) Kllloulanl. (d) Lllollbo. .Mrs. N, Alapal. PART II. Cornet Solo Sea I'lower (by re quest) Rolllnson Mr. Charles Krcuter. Selection Klorodorn (by request). Stewart Waltz llcauty Charms Tolmnl Safe Work of All Kinds. Typewriter, Phonographs, Etc, Etc., Repaired. UNION STREET, near Hotel. Phone Dluo 721. P. 0. box 112. J. W. SCHOENINQ, Manager. THE CLIMAX ARC LIGHTS FOIl 8TO IIES. Waialua Beach Hotel A. WENNER, Manager. Now Open for Business. Fin est of Accommodation. Finest of Bathing. De Sure to Get Off at Waialua Station. RATE8 $2.50 per day; Special Rates by Week or Month. For further Information ad dress HALEIWA POSTOFFICE. prlffhter than tfctrlrttr, cttMprr than k mn WC toftuOiiuilHiwrr. An unjrrnrllt irnif rWr air irrt ur lamp, whirl trtvra mm li IdcM inn ovrrliraj irrnrior, aiul nulva no Uiont iiim Not cuniplicau! llk tti uvvrlivM If I" nil alwaya irtvraMtUtftcUon. ( iwti Iru to make an.i M uinrli i lirar A lanii thai Uhatlntfft womttrfulMl Nuih Mk II on fhaitiaravi Arurv Uiaiuaforatfrni. FUlvatfUiU wu(tl Addm STANDARD QAS LAMP CO., 110-120 Michigan Stroot, Chicago. lMTgi t iiml mi f)f tint nl(t't UtblUliiM) miiimfitrturtjr ( ku1Uh) Lump o( all dr ftcrlitlou. Fred. L. Waldron BROKER AND COMMISSION MERCHANT. P. 0. Rox 653; TeJ Blue 791; Room 3, Sprecko's DulldlUg. ' ( t f 1 1 "! 4 1 1 ' H Selection Tho Winner Mackle The Star Spangled Banner. I Dr. Charles S. Butler of the U. S, S. , x . Jau. . 4kM I-'1 St i I li