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EVENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, H. T., FRIDAY, APIIIL 19, 1901.
Some women cannot understand why a dress "gets old" so quickly
looks pretty In the store and at first or second wearing "then It's a
rag " That comes of poor making. If the shape and charm of a
costume are produced by proper lines In cutting and proper sewing
(we call It tailoring all through), It will hold Its good looks But
even a poorly cut and maJe dress can be Ironed Into shape. Trouble
Is, the shape does not stay and the dress soon " looks old."
Many Dressmaking Establishments make many dresses and
wraps, but a very lew monopolbe the trade of careful woman and
one must lead them all. Which? Measured by business 8ACH8
DRY GOODS CO.
I Let us now talk to you about the retail department tilled to
the brim, so to speak, with goods and
FABRICS New and Bright.
at prices that make this store Honolulu's favorite one for economical
COLORED WOOL CREPONS 75 cents'
These crepons are 44 Inches wide, beautiful figured
patterns. Former prices were Jl and f 1.25 per yard,
but we have reduced them to 75 cents per yard.
FOR THIS WEEK ONLY !
Tbt ltet In ths tuutlful
COoJ, ptalJ and t.tlj!,
Women4 white petticoat
J1.30 to 6 11
Cambric .. ..$ $to)$i.jo
French Nainsook t.tj to $i. jo
Mustln. rmbroUtreJ trim
mlntjt tjc (tr pair
Cambric, fmb'otJtrel trim
mints ..$10 pf pa'r
French Nainsook with
... . Jiqj per pair
In a variety of styles and
Eood materials Muslin,
Cambric and Nalnook ...
60c to J) jo
SLUMBER ROBES FOR WOMEN
Muslin, with embroidery trimmings 61.00
Cninlirlc, with embroidery tilmmlngs SI.FO to $2. BO
Nnlnttook, with embroidery and lace trimmings 82.60 to $4. SO
There Is an especially nice one we would like to tell you about.
It Is made from French Nainsook soft and fleecy- low yoke. short
sleeves, fancy Valenciennes lace Insertion trimmings Price $4.25
In One Case But Downed
It In Forcibly
ACTION OF SENATE ON
TWO VETOED MEASURES
Solid Republican Six Votes on Dole's
Side on Vaccination Act
Russel Votes Another
DLu I pAH&UluAnb
HAWAIIAN TOBACCO CO., Ltd.,
Corner Aterclinnt nnd Nuunnu Stn.,
nlo HOTEL. ST.. uppowltu Itotliol.
Office 'Phone, 390
Works 'Phone, 389,
At the afternoon session ot tlio Sen
ate) yesterday, Mr. White presented the Hnwnll. Ilawnllnn Navigation Com
following majority report of the Com-' nany. Ltd.. A. A. Young president, of
mlttcc on Claims: Honolulu. Hawaii, contractor, 210 miles
This bill No. 25 proUdes merely for nnd back, threo time -i month. In nnfo
n commission to tnhe evidence nml ,, ltllni,in siennilm.iis. nnd l,v i
report to the Governor of tlio Terrl- , . , , . .., n, ,,. ,i.
tory upon the claims that may be pre- clif.lulc of regular salllnB dates satis-
sented, nnd It contains no assurance factory to the Department (such dates
to nnyone of nny beneficial results It to alternate with thoso on Itouto 80100,
Washington, March 31. The follow
ing postal routes have been established
Itouto 80092. Honolulu to points In
Territory of Hawaii. Hawaiian Navi
gation Co.. Ltd., A. A. Young President,
of Honolulu, Hnwnll, contractor, to
carry the mnllo In safe nnd suitable
steamboats, ai often nB steamers ma
run (at Irregular Intervals). From .
April 1, 1901. to March 31, 1902. He-
tween Honolulu nnd nny points nn tho
Island of Knual nml return. Hetween
Honolulu nnd nny points on tlio Isl Vqjj m.J never
nnd of Mnloknl. Lanal. Maul ond Hn- t
wall (except points covered by contract p3rl Willi it.
of ecn unto for service on Itouto No. 1
S0093), nnd return.
Itouto S0093. Honohilu, Island of1
Oalui. by Lahalna. Klhcl, Mnkena, Isl-' fwr . ,ss m . s m a t
nnd of Maul, Knwnlhae. Kallua. Keau- I he llaWaiian EleCtPIC CO., Ltd.,
hou, Nnpoopoo nnd Hnokenn. to Hoo-I Alnkefl Street
nuloa. Island of Hnwnll. Territory o , rs; .
SaVe YOUr Wife Many Steps by Installing
2 . A House Telephone from
Upstairs to Kitchen,
House to Servants' Quarters,
House to Stable, Etc.
We will install two 'phones complete under a g urantee at a price well,
you cannot onoru to De without them.
Honolulu to Hununpo), of not to ex-
From Apr'l 1st
to April ttOth
ho files his claim
which chlmsUmay' be nicd.l.t there " "'"'" SH( nTINfl flAIJ FRY
is no limit within which they t,hall he
heard nnd ilctermlncd and there is
no provision providing thnt nil claims
must be presented to tlio commission
or that In enso of failure to present n
claim within tlio time, limit. It shall be
Tho bill provides for no assurance
to tho claimants thnt anything villi bo
done for their benefit after they have
submitted their claims to trial anil
terminal points on the outward trip or ,
90 hours on the Inward trip, from April
1," 1901, to March 31, 1902. tho contrac
tor to notify postmasters by telephnno
as far ns practicable of arrival at land
ings. 1 Rnutn 2S0030. I'uln. by Mnkawno,
Wnlakoa (n. it. I nnd Keoltea. to Ulu
palilalia. Maul. - miles. From Jan-
N. S. Sachs Dry Goods Co.,
SI1REVE & CO., San Francisco,
"To facilitate trade with the Hawaiian Islands, will deliver all goods
purchased or ordered of them, free of all charges for transportation to
Honolulu, or returning same to San Francisco. Goods will be sent on
8elec'.jn to those known to the firm, or who will furnish satisfactory
references In San Francisco.
Jewelers, Gold and Silverware Manufacturers,
Mnrkct O Pout St., 8. F.
Illustrated CATALOGUE and prices furnished upon receipt of request. We have
the largest manufactory of Jewelry and Silverware west of New Yoik City, and are
prepared to furnish special designs.
decision. There is no provision for unry 1, 1901. state frequency of ser
payment, nor nny nssurance that nny vt.e , x tn.H ., rak, l'nla to Ma-
in the matter, for rcunrt Is to be " - ' '" "
mndo to tho Oovcrnor, nnd may bo by I " '
him plRfonuoleil. '
If nny Uenont Is to nccruo to tlie Mil l' mil MIA HKAYMf
claimants In the way of nsslstlnR them '"' 1 v ","",m ' ,n
In repairing their losses. It Is not pro-
vlded for In this bill. A quick decls-1
Ion anil early settlement followlnc. We, tlio unilersli;neil citizens nml
oven If tho nward ho nrliltrnrlly nr- taxpayers of the Island of Maul. Terrl
rived at, Is required In tills mnttcr. , . iin..nli nlog, roilnectfiillv no-
but this bill practically defers nny "r,y or "attn"- m"91 " '""I"' ''"
benefit for n period of two years or U'n ur llouorahlc bodies, That,
until the next LeRlslnlure. 1 t. The existence of tho Klrst Itegl-
A committee or invcstlKntlon. wlilcli mcnt National Ounrd of Hawaii. Is
is reniiy me cueci nnu pernaps oujeci
W. H. THOSE, Proprietor.
: 1st, $15 ; 2nd, $10 ; 3rd, $5.
HAWAII LAND CO.
Capital Stock - - - $100,000.
Capital, paid up, - - $48,800
Imminently necessary for tho preserva
tion of our homes and the protection
of our Interests;
2. The country is now Hooded with
plantation laborers of very qti?stlni
nble characters, who may be Invalu
able for the promotion ot our chief In
dustries, jet their presence in such
TheLighl That Never Ms
Another Large Shipment
of Angle Lamps.
"THE ANGLE LAMP"
THAT NEVER FAILS,
ft Mtms lmot InrrtJlblt that
Any limp couU b cooJ enough 10
tikt the pUct of electricity on even
tcrmi, yet tuch It the cie iih the
ANOLB LAMP. All over I fit IttinJi
people are thrcwlrtf ay their od
umpt nj repliclnjt them with this
lamp, net merely tecuse It CotU
tout ont'tenth aa much to main
tain (cot It no object to tome pe
ple) but, beU btlne Inhnlttty
cheaper, 'It li more brilliant and
more reliable In the bargain It la a
revelation to every one Mhoviesit,
an4 almrly demtnttrate that the
old'fathlontd lamp was a barbar
ous contrivance. THE ANGLE tAMP
never smoket, smells or elves any
uouble. Is HehieJ ani eitlnculkheJ
as easily as eat, anJIsthe Mea
light I1 rem every tlanJpoInt We
carry thehe lamps from $1 Soup.
T. H. Davfes & Co., Ltd.
AGENTS FOR Sterling Lutrlcatlnr Oil, '"rlrhoi. Atn Ctmtnl. PottUni Crn.nl. clanl t'owdr
Co . I.lckt Utl.u Utltlns, Koclw M.ilMr Llin. C Saw Horn, b.wlng M.ctiln.1 in4 I'jn-Anirlcan HanJ
UkALkKb IN Agatewara. Glatsware. CrtKKery. Harness, SadJIes anj Leathefs, Ru2S. Rrass Ile1
steals, Trunks, Valises, Mattings. Safes, Linoleums 1'ow.ler and Caps, General Hardware and Plantation
r;?A r 1 i-
The Angle Ump
ALSO CAIlRyA C00D STOCK OF HAMONfi..
aSWtffiZiBrirJVTf'illjUpSsLjtZJ sb HI k. aBI
BST HaVUBHil J I tiaMrTakiiSL.ZiM--aBaiS I
u v mmw-m wv Emmt -v . H
A Splendid tpnic
rf rnmmpniipH -tn imllil nn
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mmMM9ihp t(nlrtts.Hut tvheonlhenho
itPatt nnti' nf0iAinLoA nHH nMw... ? m .
FOR SALE EVERYWHERE
Grass Linens in All Colors.
6tindul Wood Boxes. Pongee Silks
For Gentlemen' Suit and also In lighter weights.
MERCHANT TAILOR, A lime variety of clotlu maJe up In the
InCL, IIIO Nuunnu St.
of this lilll in not what ifl rrqulrnl
lint n court of claims or 'arbitration,
with plenary powers, ought to he ron
Btltuteil to even arbitrarily. If noros
nary, hear nml determine tho justice
nnd correctness of tho claims and
render a judgment decisive of tho am
ount of loss nnd provide for Its set
tlement within somo definite period.
rrl.1- 1.111 l .. I llnn ...l.t. ...... I...
nnd justice and wo recommend that ' wmhon In our midst make us
the Bame ho laid on tablo nnd that Sen- tWI thnt our homes, our famlllis. art
nte Hill No. 35 bo substituted and almost entirely helpless wltlm'it tlio
passed. jdesenoe of adcojuito military force
NICHOLAS VlUSSEI.. stationed In convenient quarters
On motion of Mr. C."liron. the two throiishotu tho Islands,
bills referred to In tho report and Sen-' Wo therefore do earnestly pray thnt
ate bill 93, were put over until Man ur Honorable bodies puss sullli'lent
day. appropriations at the present session of
Mr. Achl'B resolution to the effect tho Territorial legislature tor in)
that tho Scnato dectdo on Wednesday, proper maintenance of tho l'list Ileal
tho 17th Inst., as tho 4.8th. day of the ment. National tiuard of Hawaii,
(session, waa laid on tno table. (Korty-one slKnutures.)
The fight of the afternoon camo when '
the messago of tho Governor, aunounc- ruin-Killer, the old und well known
Ing his veto of tho Vaccination Act ' remedy has acquired a world-wldo re
was ca..e on tho order o, the day. Mr. -coak nlcl'imiigesS:
Baldwin moved that the Governors crnn, or pan In the stomach, bowel
veto bo sustained and this was sec- complaint, diarrhoea ami dysentery. It
onded by Mr Paris I ' ,08t nunc of Its good name by re-
Dr. Itusse. sprang a surpr.ser on the S' !l'f. ,!"',"" '"" ," 'X
Open to the Public
MEALS AT ALL HOURS FROW fi:jo
A. At. TO II P. At. IUKOI'1-AN PLAN.
a New Lot of . . .
Key West and
Heaver Lunch Rooms
H. J. NOLTH
house after talking long on the ad
vantages of vaccination u'nd the dan
ger to the community if vaccination
wax not carried out, he said he Intend
ed to veto ngalnst tho Governor's veto
and he did but his vote was not enough
In m.ikn mV thn 11 i.rouftfi rv I ivri.tlilriln
votes, tho six Republicans voting solid-
ly to sustain this veto nnd tho nlno In
dependents voting tho other way.
It will bo remembered that Dr. ITub
sel Is tho only man of his party who
stood out agaliiBt his party on tho vac
cination act. Ho Blood out to tho last
and voted with tho Republicans ngalnst
tho passage of tho bill In third reading.
Ills explanation to tho Senate yester
day, when questions were nsked ns to
his peculiar position, wns to tho ef
fect that ho uas against tho uso of
the veto. I
Tho next matter of Interest wob tho
Governor's dog tax law but this was j
an ensy matter comparej with the vac-
cluatlon net. Tho Governor's veto was
dowued by a vote of II to 4, .MoBsrs. '
Achl and Crabbo voting with tho Inde
pendents. Under suspension of rules, Mr, C.
Drown gave notice of his intention to
Introduce the following bill: I
An Act to amend sertlon 1, chapter
2 of tho Session Laws ot 1890 and as
further amended by Act 3 of tho laws
of tho Republic of Hawaii of IS9C. en
titled "An Act to regulate tho erection
and repair of buildings In tho city of
Honolulu with lire limits. '
A communication from tho Chamber
of Commerce, accompanied by resolu
tions relating to tho flro limits, adopted
nt a nicotine; Wednesday, was rend, The
matter was laid on tho tablo tn lie tak
en up uhen tho bill dealing with tho'
subjuit slinll hn taken up
Mr. Achl gavo notlra of his Intention
to Introduce "An Act to rcgulatu tho
belling of spirituous liquor" nml at 1 1
o'clock, tho Scnato niljourncil, '
medicine client. Avoid substitutes, there
1b but ono I'nln-KIUer, l'crry Davla.'
I'rico 25c nnd 50c.
Tho Walker Cyclery has the cheap
est bicycle Btoro in Honolulu. Tako n
look nt their Btock.
W. O Achl I'raaliiont t Msnsger
M. K. Niikulii. Vlco Trodden!
J. Mskaltml .Treruurer
Enoch Johnson HecroUry
floo. L. Denti .Auditor.
IIOAKtl OF DIHKCTOR8:
J. W. Illplkane.
The atx)vo Comiwnv will Imv. Inusn.
or Mil lanJ.i In all partn of the Hawaiian
imanus; ami kImi in liotnten In the City
of Honolulu for rent. 1489-vl
W, C. ACHI & CO.
Brokers & Dealers
CW Wo will Boy or (, ilea, Sitateta
til parts of tha gronp.
OT We will 8ll ProptrUea on Baaacii.
QPTICE. 10 West King Streei
('ORHtflV TUB BA(llt)
OYSTCIi AND CHOP IIOUKIi.
OI'LN NK.1IT AND DAY.
mm lUNunueN I'mrrktor.
HOTEL STRUCT, nrar Nuuann, mat door lo i'tliy
nan encorg ibis- m
Large tract of land situated In Nuuanu
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 is Kaahumanu St.
KING BROS, beg to announce
that they are now prepared to fill
all orders (or the Panorama Views
"Bird's Eye View of Honolulu" and
Real Estate Broker
223 MERCHANT ST.
Property In town and suburbs
and HOUSES TO LET.
T. R. MOSSMAN
Real Estate Agent
Searcher of Title . .
The following bicycles are now at the
Police Station and owners can h.ivr thrm
by proving property and paying expenses
Tribune, No, t
The Evening Bulletin, 75 cenU per
Tribune, No, 4759; Columbia. No. 8t
ilumbla. No. 6118; Eldredge N0.24730,
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fiyj V A Wf. Mk JW0M Nothing but the finest grade of corn or I
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PM t l Waai CXPenSe 'S 5Pared 'n'',S dis,illa'0n' I
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