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EVENINO BULLETIN. HONOLULU, T. H.. THtJRaDAY, APRIL '11, 1901.
SACHS' STORE NEWS
New Dress Goods
Large and beautiful assortments of new weaves an J colors
unassailable reliability prices that cannot be Ignored by
those of a saving turn three Illustrations from hundreds :
Camel's Hair PlalJs 56 Inches wide, I1.15 P yard
Cimel's Hair Plaids, 46 " - .,
Camel's Hair Plaids, 42 " 75C "
8PRING SHOWING OP
Unstinted praise of our Spring Millinery exhibit Is heard from every
one. The reason a wonderful collection of the creations of the best
European and American modistes and our own designers, besides this
advantage here-no two hats alike every purchaser has our positive
asurance that the style she selects Is exclusive. Further, we have
made the prices as Interesting as the assortment.
Untrlmmed Millinery, Chiffon' lints, Plowem
A grini display of the choicest noveltles-posltlvely lowest prices.
White Dress Goods In
All the Popular
TO PROVE HIS BRIBERY
CHARGES MADE LATELY
Paele the Man Who Introduced Reso
lution to This Effect at
Dimities, Swiss, Organdies,
Lawns, Muslins, Etc., Etc., at
Temptingly Low Prices
Colored Dimities too in the latest patterns
12 l-2c, 15c, 80c pep yard.
White and Black French Organdies
50c per yard.
Satin finished, ail
linen, 2H yds wide
$1 50, $2.00 per yard
40 Inches wide,
03c per yard
45 Inches wide,
OSc per yard
N. S. Sachs Dry Goods Co.,
rau-?i2 x"1"jH H ill I
the Angle LAmp
,WLSO CARRyAWOD SIOOOT totWO.,
STASAJB HMD LOTS)
Another Large Shipment
of Angle Lamps.
"THE ANGLE LAMP"
THAT NEVER FAILS.
It Htat almost IncnJ Mt that
any lamp couM b. gooJ tnouth lo
lak, tli plan ot tlectrlclt on cv.n
terms, yel uch It tht cm Hh Iht
anoiblawp. All ovsrttit Islands
ceoplt ara throwing a.ay thslr O'd
lamps anj replacing them with thft
lamp, not merely tweausa II colts
about onstenlh as much to main
tain (cost Is no object to some pto
pie) but, beiMs b.lnr Infinitely
cheap". H more brilliant and
more rellabla In the bargain It l a
revelation to every one who uses It,
ard simply demonstrates that tha
oldlasnionj lamp was a carbar-.
ous contrivance, THE ANaLB lamp 1
never smokes, smells or fives any '
uouoie is ugmea anj eximeuisnea
as easily as cas, and Is the IJea
Debt Ircm every standpoint. Wa
carry these lamps from Si. So up.
Representative nickcy called tho
Hohbo together Vednday afternoon
In the nbsence of the Speaker anil Vice
The Judiciary Committee reported on
Senato bill 30, relating to the appoint
ment of bailiffs, advising that tbo bill
pass without 'amendment. Tabled.
Tho Judiciary Commllteo reported on
House bill GG, Introducing three sub
Btlttitc bills. Tho firm placed a $10
fine on nil people employing any" but
American citizens on all public works.
The second fixed the eight hour day
limit. The third dealt with the qualifi
cation for office holders.'
Dickey Introduced a resolution,
which was nmondedby Hockley, ex
tending an invitation' to tho Congress
men and United States Judges now so
journing In tho city. Adopted.
Paele now caused a sensation by In
troducing a resolution calling Senator
missel beforo the House, to provo his
bribery charges. Some discussion fol
lowed pro and con hut It was finally
Maknlnal Introduced a bill prohibit
ing the storage ot lumber within tho
Tho Judiciary Committee reported on
Concurrent Resolution 3, relating to
the Territorial finances, advising that
the fifth section bo stricken out. In
this shape, tho resolution was to bo
Adopted. Tho report was tabled.
The 8pcaker then nnnounced tho
committee which was to summon Sen
ator rtussel beforo tho House. Kuma
lao, Mossman and I'aelc were Intrusted
with tho work.
Beckley, Robertson and Prcndergast
wcro appointed as the commlttoo to
wait upon the Congressmen.
A racssago from Secretary Cooper
was recehed stating that tho Governor
had signed Act 2, relaMng to tho Juris
diction of District Magistrates.
Aklna then announced that as thero
was no more business before the House,
the House was adjourned.
nncl risky one, and I believe It was a
bona fide undertaking, for the success
of which Funston should bo regarded.
"I suppose Agutnaldo will be treated
as a prisoner of war, and It will not
surprise me to see the day when tho
American people will recognize his truo
worth and treat him accordingly."
a , a
Hon. Sam Parker gac a lunch at tho
Pacific Club In honor of tho Federal
officials now sojourning In this city.
Everyone enjoyed the Colonel's hospi
tality and left well plcnsed. There wcro
In tho party at table:' Hon. J. F.
Cooper (lato of Fort Worth, Texas),
and Hon. Chas. A. WllUrd (late of
Minneapolis. Minn.), Justices of tho
Supreme Court; Hon. Fletcher Ladil
(late of Lancaster, N. It.), and Hon.
W. A. Ktncnld (late of Galveston, TcJc-
is.), Judges of Court of First Instance
nil dcslgnato to the Philippine Islands;
Hon. A. S. Humphreys nnd Hon. Geo.
D. Gear, respectively First nnd Second
Judges of the First Judicial Circuit.
Hawnlt; Hon. Paul Neumann nnd Hon.
V. O. Smith, ench a femer Attorney
General of Hnwall, ind Commander
Porter, U. 8. N.
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THOSE STRIKING MATES.
HAWAIIAN TOBACCO CO., Ltd.,
Corner .More Hunt nnd Nuunnu SIh.,
iiIho HOTEL- ST.. oppoHltu Buthol.
Office 'Phone, 390 Works 'Phone, 389,
SaVe YOlir Wife Many Steps by Installing
A House Telephone from
Yon will never
part with it.
Upstairs to Kitchen,
House to Servants' Quarters,
House to Stable, Etc.
We will install two 'phones complete under a g inrantee at a price
you cannot ntiora to oe witnout tnem.
The Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.,
Tho Inter-Island Company Is appar
ently winning out In the strike with
tho mates. So far six of tho discontent
ed men have returned to work nnd
others want to go back hut are hold
ing out In hopes the men sent for will
President John Una of the Inter
Island Company Raid yesterday that no
definite arrangements had lieen mado
yet ns to tho wago of the mates al
though. In a little while, satisfactory
rates of wages would be established,
SpenkH of Hubert Vos.
A recent number of Vogue contains
At tho exhibition of pictures ot
beasts and birds at the National Art
Club In Now York there were ten draw
lngs by Krncst Scton-Thompson; n
number of paintings of Indians and
animals of the west, by O. Catlln, dono
almost fifty years ago; examples by
Wecnlx nnd Troyon. Poore, Knight,
Homing, who Illustrated Mooswa. and
Fuertes. Somo decorations for Charles
do Kay's Bird Oods, by George Whar
ton Edwards, bronzes by Iloth. Harvey
and Hush-Drown, drawings loaned by
William Macbeth, Japaneso and Korean
objects, loaned by Hubert Vos, nnd
sorao pieces of English pottery, arc also
From Apr'l 1st
to April ttOth
W. H. THONE, Proprietor.
Prizes : 1st, $15 ; 2nd, $10 ; 3rd, $5.
Open to the Public
MEALS AT ALL HOURS FROM 6:30
A. .. TO 1 1 P. M. EUROPEAN PLAN.
SENATE PASSES MOREBILLS
T. H. Davles & Co., Ltd.
AGENTS FOR Slttllnj LubrlcatlnrOlll. "'rlfhoi. Alssn Cemtnt, Portlanl Ctaunt. Giant Powder
mcks uaiata tuning, Kocna llalfcor Lima j M
DEALER!, IN Acattwara. Glasswars. Crovatfy, Harness. Satfllas anl Leathers. Rugs, Brass Bel
lew Home Sewing; Machines anl Pan-Antrlcan Hand
UkeBAaa C aJ4Ua ab4 I Aalkua D. m Da Di-
w. laiM-Kiiri iiasiiicBS. jsuaiti and uiiuin i, nuis. ua,i-
sttidft, Trunks, Villus, MsttltifS, Salts, Llnottums Powdtr and Caps, Gntrl tUriwar and Plantation
WELL WORDED WANTS IN
Is recommended to build up
Weak and overworked. a nil nrodncp sound...-..
M m a Twm . " - ww m" f "J "--
FOR SALE EVERYWHERE
Grass Linens in All Colors.
Sandal Wood Boxes. Pongee Silks
For Gentlemen's Suits and also In Hunter weights.
MBRCHANT TAILOR, A Urge variety of cloths made up In the
GOO !ES1X3CL. 1116 Nuuanu St.
ii, THE EVENING BULLET I N
flgP THE OLDEST HAWAIIAN DAILY PAPER
A KLOMJVKB FOAUVEBTISCRS Jt J Jl J Jt J Jt &
At tho opening ot tho afternoon ses
sion of tho Senato yesterday, tho fol
lowing hills passed third reading una
1. House hill 40, relating to tho em
ployment of minors In places where
Intoxicating liquors aro sold.
2. Senato hill 70. relating to tho
making of a temporary appropriation
for the Doard of Health.
3. Senate LIU SC, relating to tho re
organization of tho Judiciary Depart
ment. Senate bill C9, relating to tho sending
of American youths, to the Mainland to
bo educated, passed third reading by a
vote of 11 to 1, Mr. Carter voting
against It. Mr. C. Urnwn oxprcssed
doubt and did not vote.
Senate bill 24, providing for tho abo
lition of the poll tax, precipitated a
long discussion but tho bill finally
passed Its second reading and was set
for third reading or) Saturday.
A communication from Secretary
Cooper was read, announcing the fact
that Oovcrnor Dole had signed Act 2,
"An Act relating to tho criminal Juris
diction of District Magistrates and
amending section 1 of Act 40 of tho
Laws of 1S96 and section 11 of chapter
LVII of the Laws of 1892."
Senato bills G2, 78, CI, 73 and 74 were
read by title nnd referred to various
committees.. Consideration, of Senato
bill 71 was deferred until today.
At 4 o'clock, tho Senate adjourned.
When your Joints aro stiff and your
muscles soro from cold or rheumatism,
when you Blip nnd sprnin a Joint, strain
your side or bruise yourself. PAIN
KII.I.KIl will tako out tho soronrss
and fix you right in a Jiffy. Always have
It with you. nnd nso It freely avoih
substitutes, thero fs but one Pain-Kill
er, Perry Davis'. I'rlco 25c. niul 50c.
The ever popular Rainier beer Is be
coming a household word and "will
you have a glass of Seattle," is mora
often heard than anything else. Tha
Criterion Saloon has the beer on Up or
a New Lot of ,
HAWAII LAND CO.
Capitol, paid up,
W. O Achl Presnlont A Manager
M. K. Nakulns Vice Prenldent
J. Makalnal .Treasurer
Enoch Johnfton SecroUry
Geo. L. Desha Audlto:
BOARD OF DIRECTORS:
J. W. Blplkane.
The above Company will buy, lease,
or sell lanJj In all parts of the Hawaiian
Islands; and alio hs hoiiBei In the City
of Houolulu for rent. U89-yl
W. C. ACHI & CO.
Brokers & Dealers
Beaver Lunch Rooms
H. J. NOLTE.
G. A. 6R0TE
Merchant -:- Tailors
Cleaned and Repaired
first class Work Guaranteed
Union St. near Hotel I sou
tW We will Bay or b; Beai SstaUla
til parts of the group.
tT We will Bell PropertlM on Season
able Commissions 1
OFFICE. 10 West King Street
Real Estate Broker
223 MERCHANT ST.
Property In town and suburbs
and HOUSES TO LET.
T. R. MOSSMAN
Real Estate Agent
Searcher of Titles . .
PETTIGREW HEARD FROM
New York, March 29. Kx-Senntor R.
F. l'ottlgrcw of South Dakota said In
nn Interview respecting Aguinnldo'i
"I do not l.now that tho capturo of
ARulnaldo will terminate tho war in
the Philippines. I am not sufficiently
acquainted with the Malay rnco to
spoak of their tenacity. Tho capture
of (icorgo Washington would not havo
ended tho American revolution.
"Others would havo been found to
tako his Place. . With tho Filipinos It
may bo different. The capturo of Agut
naldo may provo a very good thing for
"I consider our treatment of tho, Fili
pinos constitutes ono ot tho blackcBt
pages In American history. Agulnaldb
was ono of our nllles nnd his peoplo
should have been given their Indepen
dence when tho Americans .took posses
sion of tl) Islands
"General Funston's net was a bravo
the best in
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