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BVENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, H. T., MONDAY, APRIL IS, 101.
SACHS' STORE NEWS
. New Dress Goods
Large and beautiful assortments of new weaves and colors
unassailable reliability prices that cannot be Ignored by
those of a saving turn three Illustrations from hundreds :
Camel's Hair Plald. j6 Inches wide, li.aj per yard
Csmel's Hair Plaids 46 " . .
Camel's Hair Plaids, 4 " 75C "
8PRING BHOWING 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
assurance that the style she s-lects Is exclusive. Further, we have
made the prices as Interesting as the assortment.
Untrtmmed Millinery, Clillfon lints, Flowers
A gnni display of the choicest novelties positively lowest prices.
White Dress Goods In
m All the Popular
n Weaves. fl
Dimities, Swiss, Organdies,
Lawns, Muslins, Etc., Etc., at
Temptingly Low Prices
Colored Dimities too in the latest patterns
13 l-2c, 15c, SOc per yard.
White and Black French Organdies
50c per yard.
Detail of Methods That
Have Brought on
CASTRO RULES WITH
HARD IRON HAND
Judees Must Decide as He Thinks
Best-Capitalists Must Contribute
or be ImprisonedHonest
Rule Not Thought Of.
Satin finished, all
linen, 2,4 yds wide
$1.50, $2.00 per yard
40 Inches wide,
00c per yard
45 Inches wide,
08c per yard
Works 'Phone, 389.
Save YOlir Wife Many Steps by Installing
A House Telephone from
You will never
part with it.
Upstairs to Kitchen,
House to Servants' Quarters,
House to Stable, Etc.
We will Install two 'phones complete under a gjarantee at a price well,
you cannot attorn to be without tnem.
The Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.,
N. S. Sachs Dry Goods Co.,
Another Large Shipment
01 Angle Lamps.
"THE ANGLE LAMP"
THAT NEVER TAILS.
It weroi almost increJ He thit
any Uvp cttuIJ tt cooJ enough 10
take ite place of electricity on cvn
terms, yet such it. the cw ltti thi
AMHELAMP, All ocr iht UlinJk
reopt are thnwlne mty tru lr o A
lampi anj replacing them with (hit
lamp, not merely tecute It cotti
bout onetntri as much to main
tain (cost li no object to omt re -Tie)
but, HMt b'ne Infinitely
cheap", It Is more brilliant and
more reliable In the Urjtaln It N a
revelation to eery on whousetlt,
ard tlmply demuntrates that the
i)litahlont4 lamp was a barbar
ous contrivance. TMBANOLBLAMP
never smokes, smelts or vtves any
irouDie 1 ugniea anj ennnpunntj
at easily as eas. anJ Is the IJea
light (rem every itanJpuint Wt
carry these lamps from $1 Soup.
T. II. DaWes & Co., Lid.
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New York. April C. The Trlbuno
this morning contains a long nrtlclo
purporting to give a clear nccount of
tho circumstances responsible for tho
strained relations between tho United
States and Venezuela. It comes from
a writer In New York not connected
with tho paper, and In order that It
might bo fairly criticized or correct
ed, proofs of It were submitted to tho
Venezuelan legation In Washington
and to the Venezuelan consul lu this
city. The article begins by saying
that tho recnll of United States Minis
ter Loomls from Venezuela has releas
ed much Information concerning tho
methods of tho Venezuelan govern
ment headed by President Catro. New
York business men who own large con
cessions In Venezuela and who aro
kept Inf6rmcd by their representatives
In Caracas of tho state of nffalrs, havo
within tho last few days given to tho
writer facts long withheld.
From these merchants It Is learned
that CaBtro Is rovlslng tho constitu
tion to suit IiIb revolutionary policy.
Ho called a congress together on Feb
ruary 20, whoso members arc all of his
choosing. Their lint ncr. wbb 10 push,
according to his ordors, an amend
ment to tho constitution extending
tho term of offlco of the president from
four years to bIx years. This was
done without nny nrctenso of consult'
Ing tho choice of tho people. During
tho first week In March ho appointed
as members of his cabinet Buvcn men
who havo learned to subjugate their
will to his.
Castro haB been dictator ever sinco
ho drovo President Andrado by force
of arms from Venezuela's executive)
mansion, eighteen months ago. Ho Iibb
yet to servo tno remaining year of
Andradu's term, which docs not ex
pire until February 20. 1902. Then,
according to his revision of tho con-
atlllltlnn lin H ntllnV R1V VPRrB ITUim
In ofllco', making eight and ono-halfi President wns extended from four
From AprU let
to April 30tli
W. H. THONE, Proprietor.
Prizes : 1st, $15 ; 2nd, $10 ; 3rd, $5.
HAWAII LAND CO.
The Angle Ump
jasa cARny a good siock of iiancdw..
SW AM itW LAMPS
heard of this and gavo orders that
tho money must not bo taken out of
the country, and that tho collector
must leave the cash with tho govern
ment. The man was Bclzed and placed i
nn a stool In a orison vard whero tho
hot rays of tho sun beat upon his baro T,,K
hend and a soldier stood on each sldo HAWAIIAN TOBACCO CO., Ltd.,
Si "WnVf.l!,W Corner Merchant unci Nuuanu St.,
tempted to csenpo. After soven huurs j nlo HOTEL ST., opposite Bethel.
would givo $10,000 If they would ro- Office Phone, 390
lcaso him. This was not enough.
Tho wholo $12,000 or nothing. In
tho ninth hour of his torture ho yield
ed, took tho soldiers to tho placo
where ho had concealed tho money
nnd surrendered It Ho galled on tho
next Bteamcr leaving Caracas.
A month later a German cruiser
entered Inguaya. Tho captain and
twelvo sailors pulled ashore and then
rodo to Caracas. Thoy at once en
tered Castro's presenco nnd perempt
orily ilcmnndctl not only every pen
ny of tho $12,000, but tho punishment
of tho official who had superintended
tho torture. Without a word Cas
tro paid tho money and ordered the
official, who had carried out the pres
ident's orders, cast Into tho rotunda.
"Curso nil foreigners," Castro Is re
ported to have said, when onco Gen
eral Aynla, the Minister of Industry,
sUEKcsted that foreign money nnd Im
migration should be omoitrnged to de
velop Venezuelan resources. "Ill an
nul every concession held by a for
eigner In this country," the dictator Is
nllegcd to havo sold, "and sell tho con
cessions over again."
In December he annulled all tho con
cessions of tho various Orinoco con
cernsthe Trading Company, tho
Colonization Company nnd tho Ship
ping and Transportation Company, all
American concerns with headquarters
In Now York. The reason he gavo for
this procedure was that the companies
had not carried out tneir conirnci con
Previous to this he had annulled tho
concession of tho Asphalt Company In
tho State of Ilermudcz, a concession
which for ten years or more had been
yielding tho country a largo rovenuo
nnnunlly. He then sold tho asphalt
property, which had been purcnasea
years before In fco slmplo from tho
government of Venezuela. Tho As
phalt Company protested and carried
its case Into tho Venezuelan courts,
whero It was rewarded with an ad
verse decision. Then tho company
brought Its case, to Washington and
placed It before tho United States gov
ernment. Tho Stato Department Im
mediately sont Instructions regarding
It to Minister Loomls in uaracas, anil
theso Instructions I.oomls carried out
to tho letter. This precipitated tho
nrcsent trotiblo In Venezuela.
Meanwhile. It Is said by excellent
authorities that each of tho entire dip
lomatic corps In Caracas Is posting his
government dally regarding tno staio
Scnor Augusto Pulldo, Charge d'
Affairs of tho Venezuelan legation
nt Washington, cxnmlned tho artlclo
with considerable nttcntlon last night
nt tho Waldorf-Astoria. He said:
"I bellovo this artlclo to bo greatly
exaggerated. Clprlano Castro Is not
a dictator In nny sense of tho word,
no won his ok.ro by force of arms,
but ho has obojed tho constitution
since his rise to power. I novcr henrd
of tho reported nmendment to tho con
stlttitlon whereby tho term of ollico of
Open-to the Public
MEALS AT ALL HOURS FROM 6:)o
A. At. TO 1 1 P. M. EUROPEAN PLAN.
Mcnnwhllo tho real President of
Venezuela Is Andrado, who Is today In
tho Island of Curacoa, which ho has
chosen ns tho starting point of a pro
In Venezuela there Is no such thing
as capital punishment. Penalties stop
nt Imprisonment lor len years, uni
WELL WORDED WANTS IN
lUsflrr - vilililiiiMal-etaas
Is recommended to Imilil iid
PMhe convalcseert. Strengthen the
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FOR SALE EVERYWHERE
Grass Linens in All Colors.
Sunilttl Wood Boxes. Pongee Slll8
For Gentlemen's Suits and nlo In llRhler uelshts.
MERCHANT TAILOR, A Urce variety of cloths nude up In the
Groo ICEim. "i(, Nuuunu st.
li V I! N I N O
li U 1. 1, li T I N
Til IJ OMMiST HAWAIIAN DAILY I'AI'IlK
a utahiivm ion ahvikiiiik jj .4 .a v4 .4 o ,4 .4
years to six. Andrado Is not tho real
President or Venezuela. Nultlior is
Castro. Tho latter Is only n provis
ional President. I do not know oven
If ho w III ho elected to that oHlce.
"During tho troubled months when
tho wholo country wns In a Btato of
slego extraordinary measures were
necessary to preserve any semblnnco
a New Lot of ,
Heaver Lunch Rooms
Capital Stock - - $100,000.
Capital, paid up, $48,860
V. U Achl Proalilont A Manager
M. K. Nakullia Vine Prenldont
J. Makalnal .Treamtror
Enoch Johnxon Secretary
Geo. L. Ueahs Auditor.
JIOAKD OF DIKKOT0K8:
J. W. Dlplkane.
Tho above Company will buy, Imm,
or sell Isn.lj In all parU of the Hawaiian
Islands; and also hs houses In the City
of Houolnlu for rent. 1489-ji
W. C. ACHI & CO.
Brokers & Dealers
XT W. will Bo or f.ar. H. EsUUts
11 puts of tbs group.
VT We will Bell Prop.rtlMonlUMca.
OFFICE. 10 WEST KlNi- STREEf
H. J. NOLTE
wns long ago, and much less harrow
Ing than portrayed by your correspon
Gonzales Hstcves. tho consul gen
eral of Venezuela nt this port, refused
in discuss tho contents of the nrtlclo,
saying thnt thero was no truth In It
the best in
General Acostn, friend of Andrado nnd jot order. If theso things did occur It
enemy of Castro, who had ilareu to
tnko up arms against Castro, and was
the head of tho revolutionary party in
tho field, wns put to death.
A correspondent for n weekly paper
who recently returned from Venezuela
tells how Acosta wns captured, and In
8plto of tho law against that form of
punishment, was shot by Castro's or
der, on Fcbrunry 19th. In Venezuela
now. It Is nsscrtcd. government digni
taries, tho Justices of tho courts, locat
officials In tho various cities nnd
stntcs, retnln their places as long only
as they obey without question tho or
ders of Cnstro. In January two Jus-
tlces of tho 8uprome Court failed In
a certain enso to hand down n decision
that accorded with Castro's notion of
Justice.. Theso Judges wcro thrown
Into n cell nnd Kept tncro until tney
agreed to think with Castro.
In tho first month of his presi
dency Cnstro called to his presenco
a number or wenitny representative
mcrehnnts and bnnkers nnd Informed
them thnt they must rontrlbuto to
tho support of tho government. Ac
cording tn his own estlmato of tho
amount of their fortunes, he fixed tho
sum which ench should pay Into tho
treasury nt onro. Tho nmounts
rnnt?ed from $10 000 to SGO.OOO.' A
few who objected stralghtwny found
themselves, ronvojed to tho rotunda,
tho worst prison In Cnracas. Sub
sequently Castro hnd threo of tho
gentlemen hnndcuffed nnd shackled
together and marched through tho
streets of the city bnrefooted nnd
bareheaded, surrounded by a strong
armed guard. Then ho rent earn to
n stnno cell, thn dimensions of which
were so smnll ns to mnko It Impossi
ble for them to llo down. After sev
eral dnvs ho ordered them to bo trans
ported to Ban Charles, the old Hpnn
lh fortress prison nt Maracalbo.
where nre confined all tho crlmlnnl
At thn pleadings of their families
nnd friends they surrendered, but not
until they had ngaln paraded thn
Ktrrots In shackles nnd baro foot nnd
with uncovered bends. Hnvlng Inld '
over thn prl of their freedom nnn
mo.noo nnother $20,000 mill Ihn third
$.10000 they legnlned their freedom,.
They silbsequenllv escaped from Ihn ,
country In illsgulsn nnd arrived nt
Trlnlilnil In this wnv Cnstro raised 1
dm funds for tnniliutlng thn govern-,
incut until Dm revenues of thv war.
tines begun to ronio In,
Another inrlhod or raising innnny
Is (InirgliiK business men with "con
spiring iikiiIiisI the Riiveriiiiient" mi'l
rnnlUciilliiit thulr properly.
N11I lung iimo n Hi rinnn ineri hiini ar
rived nt lliirti'lnnii from Hunt ens In
riilliTt inoniivs 1I1111 nn various union I
G. A. GROTE
Merchant -:- Tailors
Cleaned and Repaired
FIRST CUSS WORK GUARANTEfcL
Union St. near Hotel i;oj
Real Estate Broker
223 MERCHANT ST
Property In town and suburbs
and HOUSES TO LET.
T. R. MOSSMAN
Real Estate Agent
Searcher ol Titles . .
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