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SACHS SI ORE NEWS
SB. New Dress Goods
Large and beautiful assortments of new weaves and colors
unassailable reliability prices tli.it cannot be Ignored by
those of a saving turn three Illustrations from hundreds:
Camel's Hair Plaids 56 Inches wide, ft. 25 per yard
Camel's Hair Plaids, 46 " t.oo e'
Camel's Hair Plaids, 42 " 75C "
SPRING 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
assurance that the style she stlects Is exclusive. Further, we have
made the prices as Interesting as the assortment.
Untrlmmed Millinery, Chiffon Hats, Flowers
A grind display of the choicest novelties positively lowest prices.
White Dress Goods In
All the Popular
Dimities, Swiss, Organdies,
Lawns, Muslins, Etc., Etc., at
Temptingly Low Prices
Colored Dimities too in the latest patterns
12 l-2c, 16c, 20c per yard.
White and Black French Organdies
GOc per yard.
Lodge of Elks
From Majority of Judi
ciary Committee On
Satin finished, all
linen, 2,4 yds wide
$I.GO, $2.00 per yurd
40 Inches wide,
00c per yard
45 Inches wide,
05c per yard
N. S. Sachs Dry Goods Co.,
The Angle LAmp
Another Large Shipment
of Angle Lamps.
"THE ANGLE LAMP"
THAT NEVER FAILS
It term I molt inert i tie thai
any larcp couli be gooJ enough 10
Uk. the place of electricity on evn
terms, et such lithe rew lih the
AMUELAWP. All oer iheltlan.il
people are ihrcwlne aay thtlrod
lamp ani replacing them with this
lamp, not merely tecajte It costi
t bout one-tenth much to main
tain (colt l no ublvft to some reo
pie) but, biJ bunff Infinitely
fnejper, 11 it more prinurti anj
more rrllabte Inthelarcaln It la a
revelation to every one who utes It,
and timriy uemi.nuraiet mat me
BY HANDING IN MINORITY
REPORTS ON THE MEASURES
Mr. White Introduces a Bill Calling
for Superintendent of Public Health
Kahilina Would License
When the Senate met jesterday af
ternoon, the rules were suspended and
Mr. J. Hrown reported for the I'ulillo
Lands Committee on Resolution 36.
rrlnthe to the Installation of a flro
alarm telegraph system In Honolulu.
Tho committee recommends an Item of
$20,000 In the Appropriation hill for
this purpose. The report was laid on
the tahle to be considered with the
Senate bill 03 "An Act to exempt
from execution, attachment nnd eery
species of forced sale of the homestead
of a householder hmliiK n family,"
passed third reading on 11 strict party
vote of 9 to 6.
Senate bill 21. "An Act to repeal sec
tion 80S of the Cixll Code, relating to
poll tax" was read the third time but
further consideration was defened un
til the Joint committee on taxes shall
hand In Us report
Mr, Whlto reported for the Judiciary
Committee on Senate bills 40 nnd 49
which repeal the present laws In rela
tion to compensation for property con
demned for public use nnd for public
highways. The committee recommends
tabling botli bills. The report was
Mr White then reported for the ma
jority of the Judiciary Committee on
House bill 57 which provides the
method of procedure In easo of dis
qualification or Inability of any circuit
Judge of somo other circuit, who shall
be authorized to till such vnenncy by
written request of tho Chief Justice.
The committee recommends tho pus
sago of the hill, Tho report was laid
on tho table to await the minority re
port of Dr. rtusBcl.
House bill 41. "An Ait to provldo for
unmes of streets, roads and lanes In the
District of Honolulu, Island of Oahu,"
was read tho third time and passod
House bill II. "An Act to establish
ei eatllv at eat. anJltthe lira
Uchttrcm every tan J point We
carry thete lamp from It Soup
T. H. Daics&Co.,Ltd.
AGENTS FOR Sterling Lubricating Oil. Urlphoi, Aln Ceraint, Portland Omnt. Giant Powder
Dlcki Baliti iitltlnr. Roche Harbor Lime C New Horn Sewlne Machine ani Pan-American Hand
UbALkHS IN Agateware, Glattware, Crovxery. Harnett, Saddle and Leathttt, Rugs, Brass Ucd
tttiii, Trunk, ValJus, Matting, Safes, Linoleums Powder and Caps, General Hardware and Plantation
oldfakhlond lamp wa a barbar- .
ouscontrhance. tub ANcue lamp 1
5Mrui5lrj".ttSSJa Mi """Intnli! school libraries." passed
,ALS0 CARRVAMOD SIOCK OF HAHOHG..
SMMD AW HAJfl) LUIPSJ
WELL WORDED WANTS IN
A Splendid tonic
Is recommended to build up
e convalescent, strengthen the
i' .. - r "J
wean ana uverworHeq.ana prguuc sound--,
FOR SALE EVERYWHERE
Grass Linens in All Colors.
Siindal Wood Boxes. Pongee Silks
For Gentlemen's Suits and alio In lighter weights.
MERCHANT TAILOR, A large variety of cloths made up In the
GOO KlXXL, HIO Nuuonu St.
Tlln Lvis-LNi i? y.-- -r ' N
Till! OI.DIIST HAWAIIAN UAII.Y I'AIMiK
a KiOhUiKe run Aiivmnwn j4 M Jl i & ." J
third reading by n oto of 14 to 1, Mr.
Carter registering his vote against tho
A coinunlcatlnn from tho I louse In
forming the Senate of the non-concur-renio
of tho lower hrnnch In the Sen
ate amendment to House bill 13. was
read. Tho Judiciary Committee of tho
Senate was appointed a conference
committee to meet with the llko com
mittee, of the House on the matter .
Another communication nnnoumed
tho passage In tho House In thlid read
ing of Senato bill 2fi. Tho Hnrollment
Committee was Instructed to confer
with tho llko committee of the Hniisn
for the purpose of presenting tho bill
to tho Governor.
Several Senato bills were read sec
ond time by title nnd rcfencd to vari
Mr. Carter then read six reports of
the minority of tho Judiciary Commit
teo on uirlous Senate and Houso bills
In the hands of that committee and
tbeso wero nil laid on the table to await
the mnjorlty icport Mr Carter ex
plained before reading the reports that
he hail handed them In In order to
force tho majority of the committee to
Mr White gavo notice of his inten
tion to Introduce "An Act provldlns
for the appointment of a Superinten
dent of I'ubllc Health and denning his
powers nnd duties."
Mr Knhlllna gave notice of his In
tention to Intioduco "An Act providing
for tho licensing of shoemulcers doing
business In tho Territory of Ilawnll "
Under suspension of rules, both theso
bills were read by title and reforred to
tho I'rlntlng Cnmmltteo nnd, at 4
o'clock, the Senato adjourned.
The work of Instituting the lodge of
', Klks was successfully performed amid
pleasant surroundings n' Progress hall
last night. The ceiemonles were per
formed under the direction of District
Deputy V. I. Kennedy assisted by
(Irnnd Kxnlted lluler Jerome II, Kishcr
When the labors were finished last
night, refreshments were served and
the late hours spent in social contem
plation of storm through w lilcli ninety
novitiates had successfully passed.
The Honolulu Lodge of Klks stnrts
out In excellent circumstances. It has
a full treasury and has n membership
composed of the lending joung men of
The charter members nre:
I. It. Hums. C U. Ilockus J. II. Mc
Donough, J W. Jones 12 C Ilroln. I'
12 Nichols, A. I Morris. J. W. Short
I. M. Lucas, c. II. Illshop. W F
Drake, O II, Williams. J. F McCios
hon, 12. J. Cotton. O A Cook. II. I).
Congeles. 12. M lirown I) II. Itlce. M
M Kohn. A. O. Hitchcock. C. A Mar
tin. W. N. Ilanna. I) Whitman. C A
Hettinger. O Y. LeWngMon, A. l'ey-
sir. It. II. Simpson. J. Ilanald. O 11
Mien. C V. Kenan J II. Fisher. A. P
Jtldd. W. 12. Fisher 12 (J. Correra,
Wm. Mlnton, 8 Do Pries, 12. May. P.
S, Peachy. I). H Davis. 0. A Klbllng.
J. II. Love, A. L. C Atkinson. II. A.
Wilder, II. K. Murray. F. J Aneaway,
11 W. Foster. A. A. llramer, C. Giver
naud. WC.W Itemey, PJ.C. Church.
It. 8. Johnson. Wm Dunbar. I). I
Conkllng, 12. 12. Ilnrtmnn, L. Andrews,
P. J. Woodbrldgo, A. It Cunha, D. A
Lloyd, V. I) Auams, John I'Uer, P 12.
Wall. II. Ilergcr F II. Itlchnrdson. A.
12. Murphy, 12. W (Julnn, Geo. Cutter.
C. II. Cooper. F 12. Thompson.Mnrl
ner. W. L Pmarly. C II. Merrlam, J.
W. Allen, W. O. Ashley, (I II. Paris,
F. II Lacks. F. W. West. I. II. Dee,
J. II. Duty. C. 12. Meston. Thos. Mc
Lean, 0. W McLean, O. W Spencer.
II. I'. Hnth, w u. wilder. i;u. union.
C. F. Wilder. A. V. Gear. L D. Tim-
mems. W 12. Sharp. Dr. C II. High.
Geo. I). Gear. W L. Whltham.
Dr. Charles It. Cooper was Installed
as tho Pxalted lluler of the local herd
by acclamation and mold the npplause
of the brothers who swore ulleglance to
their leader In tho linprcsslw ritual of
the order. The other olllccrs Installed
were ns follows; 12steemed leading
Knight. A. 12 Murphy. F.steemed Lojnl
Knight, Judge Geo. I). Gear, esteemed
Lecturing Knight, J. II. Fisher; Secre
tary. Mbert F. Juild; Treasurer, W. (1.
Ashley; Tyler. A. It. Cunha. The trus
tees elected were Ilrothers A. V Gear
and A. L. C. Atkinson, the third posi
tion could not be filled last night as
the otes weie not sulllrlelit to elect
The tie wns between Ilrothers I J
Church. T. 12 Wall and C T. Wilder
Three ballots each resulting In no elec
tion tho matter was postponed until a
The olllccrs elected last cuenlng will
form themselves Into n committee to
look after the comfort of the visiting
I2lks while they nre among the local
HAWAIIAN TOBACCO CO., Ltd.,
Cornur Alurchtint unci Nuuunu HtM.,
iiImo HOTBL T.. oppowltu liotlml.
Office 'Phone, 390
Works 'Phone, 389,
SaVe YOUr 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 guarantee at a price
you cannot aiioru to oe without tnem.
The Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.,
From Apr'l 1st
to April UOlli
W. H. THONE, Froprlttor.
Prizes : 1st, $15 ; 2nd. $10 ; 3rd, $5.
HAWAII LAND CO.
Capital, paid up,
Open to the Public
MEALS AT ALL HOURS FROM 0:30
A. M. TO 1 1 I'. At.JLUROI'hAN PLAN.
a New Lot of . . .
Key West and
Heaver Lunch Rooms
H, J. NOLTE
niipiimntlnm linn Iwr-n cnml In a
multltiiilo of onsen iIiiiIiik tin- ii.ist nlx-y
Kara by I'AIN-KII.LKIl. Tills potent
ii'incily rulilicil vlKorously In anil
nroiiiul tlio BtifferlnK parts, will rcllovc
nil MlrfiiPHH. rciliicn the Hwclllni!. ami
kill ull p.iln. Tlio most siuuoorn ciisph
ylolil to this treatment wlien icrseerel
In, Avolil snlistltiitrs, there Is lint or.o
I'nln-KIUer, I'crry Davis. 25c nnJ 50c.
W. O Aehl President A Manner
M. K. Nakulim .. Vlco Prenldent
J. Makntnal .Treasurer
Knoch Johnaon HecreUrjr
noo. L. Denlia Audlto:
ItOAItl) OK DIHKCTOIW:
J. W. Illplkane.
Tho abova Company will liuv. team.
or sell lmnJj In all rts of the Hawaiian
Islands; anil also has houw In the CI 17
of Houolulu for rent. 1489-vl
W7C. ACHI& CO.
Brokers & Dealers
Or Wa will Bo 01 t,it Ut, SitaUIa
ill paiU ot the group.
T we will Bell Properties on Bmm
JFFICE, 10 West Kino Street
Real Estate Broker
223 MERCHANT ST.
C. A. GROTE
Merchant -:- Tailors
CumarlnoH receives for his refrlscra
tors all tho California friiltn of tho sea
son by every cold storaco Btcamcr. He
always haB on hand a stock of fresh
ipples, grapes, oraiiKes. etc Send your
orders by phone. No. Main 378.
Cleaned and Repaired
HIRST CUSS WORK GUARANTEhL
Union St. near Hotel I sou
Large tract of land situated In Nuuinu
Valley, Honolulu, containing 20 acres,
more or less, and known as the Nuuanu
Pall Saloon premises, with buildings and
Grounds cultivated with fruit trees, etc.
Apply to A. G. CORREA,
1702-tf if Kaahumanu St.
Property In town and suburbs
and HOUSES TO LET.
Real Estate Agent
Searcher of Title . . .
The following bicycles are now at the
Police Station and owners can have them
bv proving property and paying expenses
Tribune, No, 4753; Columbia, No. 8204
Columbia, No. 6118: Eldredge No. 24710,
Imperial, No. 14506 I7ijrtf
The Evening Dullettn, 76 cent per
Proluihly No Itncc,
1'rom the Ban I'iuihIsmi (I11I1I0 It
illipears that the Bteii.ner C'hlim was
1I1111 In Kan I'ranvlBio on the 'Jill lust ,
while ilin Ventura ttaa to urrlte there
on tho Stli. As the China left heie on
time ami ulth 11 forty two hour btart
nil the Ventura, It Is siife to piesuuie
that tho rum which en el) body had
be i'ii llKiirliiK 'in. iH'l t ml"' ('hue
Tho China left hem un ihe 1M limt and
Ihu Veillina 011 tho Mil. two days late.
It Is hardly lUiihahlu thill, helii pushed
to her utmost, shu would oveituku mid
but th Clilmt In her deslliiutlgn, ,
I i .MMIBBBLiMBBB
twlfl Reaping the grain 1
mMMf ml9 4wM from whkh ,hc world renowned cyfUS I
" "XStl ' (i WlljU Noble whiskey is drilled.
fiiiiv l 1 f kW IawM NolhinS but thc finesl Sradc of corn or I
W&$Wmh v ' CB No expense is spared in its distillation. I
WbI ili ivvf ' i if Thal i$ hy u lus ,)e'n ,l,c lc,idcr a" ovcr H
j$$A ,F RjSk the world for over seventy years. B
&jl v VffMiBfl It is six years in wood before bottling. R
IrWr TSTr P!l His pure and honest. K
mm V ilwJk A iral a,d ,0 1,,"," 1
HfiMi W A " JS An ideal appeticr g
W. C. PEACOCK Zf CO., LTD . Sole Agents