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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, II. T., TUESDAY, APUIL 2. 1901.
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Good News for
The Millinery Season for the Spring of 1901 bids fair
tobe more than ordinarily successful. The new styles
are particularly attractlvcldeas, the exquisite crea
tions of fancy chiffons and trimmlngi In every color
imaginable are strong among our varied importations.
Our Millinery Department Is prepared to give you a
thorough idea of the best there Is, and you are invited
to Inspect the new stock, e have made some very
fine purchases that will show you the very latest in
Parisian Ideas'. '
Something new, something different and out of the
ordinary, exclusive, such is the desire for Laces and
Trimmings. It Is well met, it Is best met here.
There is the greatest profusion of artistic beauty,
there is wonderful variety. And the smallest of details
are counted of utmost importance In this gathering.
REAL LACE, VAL LACE A handsome.assortment
of striking effects. All of them washable.
MECHLIN LACE An entirely new selection of very
pretty designs in complete matched sets.
APPLIQUE AND BORDEAUX LACE An espec
lally desirable line.
Come and See Our Easter Novelties.
N. S. Sachs Dry Goods Co.,
A personal invitation is extended to every lady
in Honolulu to attend our
GRAND EASTER OPENING
OF SWELL IMPORTED HATS
THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
March 28, 29, 30
JVI. E. KILLEAN CO.
The Angle LAmp
LSOlCARRA WOO STOCK OF HAJtONd.
AGENTS FOR Sterling Lubrlcitlnc Oils. "'rlphol. Alnn Ctrntnt. PortlinJ Cwnl, Olinl Powd
Co , Dicks BaliU Utlllnj, Rocru H.rbol Lima C Stw Hod, Stwlng Machlntt inj Pn-Amrln Hind
DkALbRS IN Aeatcwart, Glitiwtrt. Crovitcry, Haracti, Ssdiles ni Lcathars, Rues. Brass Dai
leads. Trunks, Vallsts, Matting. Safe, tlnoteums Powder and Caps, General Hardware and Plantation
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weak ahisiiiwhlinetVHri nJA.,l.....,A i
',. .wt. ""'."MVIIV-H.'J?MMVVa VM Mri: -Wl
FOR SALE EVERYWHERE
Grass Linens in All Colors.
6andal Wood Boxes. Pongee Silks
For Gentlemen's Suits and also In lighter weights.
BRCHANr TAILOR, A large variety of cloths made up In the
We will .also hive on
display the finest line of
ever brought to Hono
lulu. Also a complete
line of ::::::: :
In white, black, and the
newest tinted shades.
StkIiI line of
Another Large Shipment
of Angle Limps.
"THE ANGLE LAMP"
THAT NEVER FAILS.
It teens Alnott IncrtJIble that
any leap couIJ be food enough to
Wet tbt place of electricity on even
terns, yet such Is the cat iih the
AKGtfLAMP. AH over the Islands
people are throwlni away their old
lamps and replacing then with this
lamp, not merely because It costs
about1 one tenth as much to main
tain (cost It no object to tome peo
ple) but, belde bilnr Infinitely
cheaper, It Is more brilliant and
more reliable In the barcaln Idea
revelation to everyone who uses It,
and simply demonstrates that the
old-fashioned lamp was a barbar
ous contrivance. THB ANOLB LAMP
never smokes, smells or (tlvts any
trouble It lighted and extinguished
Mfgaally -as rat, and It the Idea
UVtfrcm every standpoint. We
carry these lamps rom $1 Soup,
T. H. Davies & Co., Ltd.
l11MP:sssZaa aasss tW atm
Is recommeniieti fir. hnilH im .
he convAlreirtrsti'VrW!liifRthp A
iXXL. 1110 Nuuanu St.
LOAN ACTS OFF THE
ACTION OF THE SENATORS
AT THE AFTERNOON SESSION
Bills Read by Title and Referred to
Printing Comittee New
In the Senate yesterday afternoon, I
thn majority of the Committee on Pub-
lie Health and Education reported
Houso bill 9 and Senate bill 43, relat-
lng to vaccination. Thn committee re-
commended the passage of the first and
the Indefinite postponement of the Sen
ate bill and, In both Instances, the re
port was adopted.
Mr. Carter reported as follows for the .
Ways and Means Committee to whom
bad been referred Senate bill GO:
The bill alters section 820 of the
Civil Code by striking out that portion
which provides that tho assessment
value- of rented real estate shall bo
eight years rental, unless manifestly
Fespect. the law remains the same. opportunity for ambitious Filipinos to
The Chief Justice In his report enter Into business and Industrial pur
(page 21,) states that this rule was suits. When It was found that the
adopted on tho assumption that tho cunning Agulnaldo had led his soldiers
actual rental was approximately a fair1 ,t ,h Amcrlcan, anrcln pro.
estimate of tho market value renUl. . ., ' , .
but values have changed, and moot , nounced himself an amlgo and went at
real estate Is valued at a higher figure once Into tho employment of the Unit
than eight times Its rental, with the C( states quartermastsi's department,
result that either ,tho eight year rule u WBg whUo nt hlg ,utlca ln th,s
must be Ignored, or else If land leased ,
at Its fair rental Is assessed on the office that Ueut. W. U Lemon of the
eight year rule, and other land, be-, First Washington ttegtment, met him.
cnuBO not leased or leased years ago Struck with the brightness and hones
at less than Its present fair rental, is iy ot tne now thoroughly Americanized
assessed at Its full value, there Is un- , , , . , ,k , hl ,
Just discrimination, and he recom-, Bm'K', "eul- 'f"10" , J, mm ,0I ,B
monds that the rule bo repealed. with the regiment to the United
The Committee believes that there States as his brother and live with
Is considerable land in tho Territory . him at his home In Centrnl Washing
leased many years ago which at pros- ton
ont is assessca at nuwuviu utw im
Wo, therefore, recommend the adop
tion of the bill. DAVID KANUHA.
S. E. KAIUE,
O. R. CARTER.
This report was laid on the table.
Mr. Carter then reported as follows
for the Military Committee on Senate t
tm 911 tvhlith wiib nnnftfri In thn Senate
,, . ... I once, knowing scarcely a word ot En-
on March zs: 1 ., . , , . , . ,
Your committee finds that tho House' KBh- rBDl1 Progress In his
has amended the bill by striking out studies and was soon able to write prize
that part which provides that onehalf taking compositions In English. He
of tho fine should be paid Into tho became n favorite and was nn example
SS3Sf?.taSS! rpprov..0. no!"' ,?"" "Dd decoruni whcrer he
after its publication. might be.
The Introducer of the bill accepts Having mastered English sufficiently
both these amendments, and the to talk It fluently, and hn lng tho Span
VSSSJSFZt ff&S&'KS J , ?? various F...p.no dialects,
any money recolved from tho fines Pete began to think of the oppor
Bhoti.d go Into tho public treasury. tunltles for him In his old homo. Ho
The committee, therefore, reports hm, ala0 felt tho pnch of a northern
aUmendmm0eUnls maVaTcommondl ,?" -" 1'"" BCent,f ,h0
that Ihi. ..nnln nntlfv the HOUSe U1BI.
It rnnpurs In the amendments,
CLARENCE L. CnADBB,
I. H. KAHIMNA,
n n nAtimn.
The report was adopted and Mr.
White moved to adjourn. There being
Tio second to this motion, Mr. J. II row n
moved to take tho loan acts oft the ta- complete his education. Ho hopes to be
bio. This carried and the general and of great service to his adopted country
special loan acti'were road by title and when he reaches the Philippines, by
referred to tho Printing Committee. 1 telling his friends of the good qualities
Mr. White again moved to adjourn of tho Amcrlcan people and tho gov
tmt withdrew his motion at the request ernment of tho United States. He may
of Mr. Baldwin who said .there were prepare a lecture on "Tno Americans"
some little matters of business that and deliver It through the country In
should be attended to. Under suspen- the native tongue. While In Hawaii,
slon of rules, Mr. Crabbe reported as bo will visit the Legislature, "to be
follows: ' 2 I able," he says, "to tell his people how
Your Special Committee to whom 'the Hawallans under tho American
Senate Bill No. 32 and House Bill No. . flag make their own laws."
34 worp referred relating to tho Ter- Garcia bears tho best of letters to
rltorlal Seal beg leave to report that n Worrmtor nf ihn Phlllnnlnn
they have had both bills under con- Jfan Worcester or the I Mllpplne
slderatlon. and recommend that thoy Commission and hopes to be of tiso to
be laid on tho table, and herewith
submit a now bill In place of Bald bills
which they recommend the Senato to
pass. C. L. CRABBE.
J. T. BIIOWN,
Thn substitute bill was read first
tlrao by title and was taen set along Its
usual course. Mr. Baldwin Introduced
tho following resolution:
Resolved. That tho sum of $5000 may
bo Inserted ln the appropriation or loan
bill for tho extension or Improvement
of the Walluku and Kahulut water
w orks. ,
Tho resolution was referred to the
Committee on Public Lands and, nt 3:00
o'clock, the Senate adjourned.
Many people who are troubled with
frequent colds and find that It Is so A feature of these productions is
often much easier to breatho through tile beautiful cloud effects, which, it
tho mouth than through the nose, do will be noticed, do not rob the land
not realize that tho trouble Is most scape of any of its values. This
probably a form of catnrrh which If It was one of the hardest problems of
Is taken In tlmo may bo easily check- all to solve, as anyone versed in
ed. Anyone who Is troubled In this photography will appreciate
way should lose.no time In consult- Owing to the unusual size of these
lng a specialist for tho relief given by pictures (7x30) no paper on which
freo passage ot the breath through tho to print it can be pruuired short of
nostrils Is worth much to obtain. I the factory, which fact causes the
delay in filling orders. It is hoped,
nxpnsure to Wet, dampness nnd cold,
tmnrlably results In a mnlilcn chill,
which If not attended to Immediately
will causo a cold. By mixing n tea
spoonful of Porry Davis" PA1N-KILL-KIl
In half n glass of warm water or
milk, the nholo system will be heated
ami the danger of cold nnlileil. Avoid
substitutes, thero Is but one l'aln-KIU-cr,
Perry Dals Price 25c. and 50c.
Drop In to the St, Germain.
FOUGHT WITH AGUINALDO
AGAINST THE SPANIARDS
Is Now on the Kintuck on His
Way Home After Two Years
in the American
Agaplotro Oarcla, a Filipino, 18 years
Jot age, U one of the passengers on the
Kintuck, bound for Manila. While a
mere atrip of a boy, Garcia Is wide
awake and thoroughly concrsant
with the problems that confront his
country. He was a soldier at thirteen,
.fighting under Agulnaltlo against the
I Spaniards, and Is well acquainted with
the characteristics of tint artful dodg-
When the Spaniards t.iirrcnJcrcd tho
archipelago to tho forces of tho United
States, young Oarcla with hundreds
of others of his countrmen. hailed tho
event with Joy, as marking the end of
dissensions In tho Islands n'ml giving
Agajletro Garcia threw down his pen
and Bald: "I will." From that mo
ment be as "Pete" Lemon, the mascot
of the regiment. He accompanied the
regiment home and. after It disbanded
In Seattle, went with Lieut. Lemon to
his home at North Yakima.
At that place, he entered school at
"" " "uu l" .uiiic
growing homesickness, a dcslro to see
his father and tell old friends of the
'wonderful country that sent such men
as Dewey and Lawton.
Therefore, he Is returning for a pe
riod of three years, after which he ex-
pects to go to the States again and
the Americans who aro working In the
Orient to solvo the Phlltpplno problem,
A GOOD THING.
The people of Honolulu may be
I depended upon to appreciate a good
thing when they see it.
This is evidenced by the interest
manifested in the superb " Bird's
Lye View of Honolulu " lately made
and published by KING BROS.
With a view to making larger and
better photos of Hawaiian subjects,
this enterprising firm has been ex
perimenting along new lines for the
past year with most gratifying re-
, however, that the steamer of the
30th Inst, will bring a fresh supply.
The ever popular Balnler boer la be
coming a household word and "will
you have a glass of Seattle," Is more
often beard than anything else. The
Criterion Saloon bos the beer on tap cr
beb 1 pAHH"nUiuAKb
HAWAIIAN TOBACCO CO., Ltd.,
Corner Merchant and Nuunnu 45t.,
oImo HOTEL. 8T oppoMlto Bethel.
Office 'Phone, 390.
SaVe YOUr Wife Many Steps by Installiig
A Bouse Telephone from
Upstairs to Kitchen,
Yei will lever House to Servants' Quarters,
pan with it. House to Stable, Etc.
We will Install two 'phones complete under a gjarantee at a price well,
you cannot afford to be without them.
The Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.,
m ' i l j I " Afl
" If ou don't uaut whiskey lo get the best of you, you mutt get
the btttof whiskey."
" 1 do Udy, but when a fellow'i only got a nickel he can't buy
W. C. Peacock &
From March 15
to March 31
HOTEL STREET. v
W. H. THONE, Proprietor.
Prizes : 1st, $15 ; 2nd, $10 ; 3rd, $5.
Open to the Public
MEALS AT ALL HOURS FROM 6:jo
A. .M. TO II P. At. EUROPEAN PLAN.
a New Lot of . . .
Key West and
Beaver Lunch Rooms.
H. J. NOLTB.
G. A. 6R0TE
Merchant -:- Tailors
Cleaned and Repaired
FIRST CtASS WORK GUARANTEE!
Union St. near Hotel ixj
The following bicycles are now at the
Police Station and owners can have them
bv provlnc property and paying expenses
Trlhnna Ml l.fni nt...WI. Kl O i.
Columbia, No. 6118: Eldredge, No. 24710:
nufc(iui, uv I4)uu I7l(rli
Works 'Phone, 389,
HAWAII LAND CO.
Capital Stock - $100,000.
Capital, paid up, $48,86
W. O. Aohl President A lUamgn
H. K. Nkuln... ,Vlo President
J. MakalnaJ .Treasnnr
Enoch Johnson Secretary
Oeo. L. Desha .....Auditor
BOARD OF DIRECTORS:
The abore Company will bay, leusj,
or sell Unit In 11 parts of the Hawaiian
Islands; and also baa houses In the City
of Honolulu for rent. l89-yl
W. C. ACHI & CO.
Brokers k Dealers
tW W will Bb or (.aft itoaa Satatat
all puts of tha group,
tr We will Ball Propsrtlas on Baas.
ble Commissions 1
OFFICE. 10 West Kino Street
Real Estate Broker
22$ MERCHANT ST.
Property In town and suburbs
. and HOUSES TO LET.
T. R. MOSSMAN
Real Estate Agent
Searcher ol Title . .
Large tract of lanj situated In Nuuanir
Valley, Honolulu, contilnlng za acres,
more or less, anJ know n as the Nuuanu
Pall Saloon premises, with buildings and
Grounds cultivated with fruit trees, etc
Apply to A. G. CORREA,
7Hf 15 Kaahumanu St,