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KVENINO BULLETIN. HONOLULU, H. T., WEDNK8DAY, APRIL 24, lMt.
The ever popular Rainier beer ti bo
coming a household word and "will
you have a glaas ot Seattle," li mors
often heard than anything else. The
Criterion Saloon cm the beer on Up or
I'rof. W. Dogle removes coma with
otu pain and successfully treats In
growing too nails. Room 3. Ellto Ul'k.
Sachs' Store News
SPRING FANCIES FOR WOMEN
A word to tell yiu that the new spring styles In Japanese Silk.
White P. K., Sllkallnes, Grenadines, Laces, etc., are here In abun
dance i that assortments are particularly attractive and complete, and
that our prices represent the bert valu-s possible, which Is a modest
way of saying that ni better values can be found anywhere none
so good In Honolulu.
We hae all the new shades In Japanese Silks of the
finest qualities and weaves. They are S3 Inches wide.
WHITE P. K.
Is one of the stylish materials for Lidles' Skirts this
season. It washes well and does not lose Its shape. The
new goods are very pretty.
t2tjlit ynrds for One Dollar.
A beautiful fabric, handsome In appearance. The colors
and designs are particularly attractive jG Inches wide.
Fifteen Cents pur yitrcl.
Are very popular this season and the patterns are all new.
We have many handsome effects. Our All-Wool Black
Lace Grenadine, 40 Inches wide. Is very small priced at
I'lfty Cents per yard.
We have a large assirtment of them In all w Idths
narrow, medium and very wide, with Insertion to match
Thirty Cents to Two Dollars per yard.
NEW SPRING LACE CURTAINS
It may seem like an oft-repeated tale
to tell you that our curtain assortments
are greater than ever, but that's the
truth. None of the choice things have
escaped us. Come and see the almost
bewildering maze of wizard weaves
gathered here for your choosing.
$1.25 TO $15.00 PER PAIR.
THEIR CHANCES BETTER
THAN BRITISH PROSPECTS
Capt. Hassell, who Commanded Ameri
can Contingent Reviews the
N. S. Sachs Dry Goods Co.,
New York, April 15 A special
to tlio World from Washington sa)s:
Uaptnln John A. llasscll, Mho torn
uinnded thu Americans In thu Doer
army In thu llrst patt ot the war, but
Is now here, says:
"Tlio lioer cause, while It cunuot
be said to bo bright, Is brighter than
that of the llrltlsh. Thu Ltut hao
Just ns good n chance to win now as
the Americans had before tlio suuuen
turn of good luck which resulted in
the surrender of Coruwallls.
"Thu winter season has just begun
In South Africa, and from now until
September the llrltlsh toldlcis will
have a hard time.
"The lloers are making their winter
mutters In the Lydenburg range.
where the Kngllsh will not duru tacklt
them, for uiey would hao to cross
the low, mnrshy country to get theic,
and they have to Import every pound
of fodder for their horBcs. Tlio prob
lem Is not only onu of sustaining tlio
11 'es ot v.elr men In the marchy veldt,
where chills and marsh fever wind up
In deadly pneumonia, but It Is a prob
lem ot sustaining horso Mesh.
"I lived thirteen years In South Af
rica and know all the country better
than any Doer did before tlio war
broke out, my business, that of an en
gineer, carrying me over all ot It.
"It Is hard for the Doers to get re
cruits, but In splto of Hngland's pre
cautions recruits, and valuablo ones,
are getting In every day. For overy
Iloer killed by the English nowadays
half a dozen recruits struggle In from
this country and elsewhere.
"The Doers do not proposo to fight
any big pitched brittle at present
They will simply worry tlio enemy ev
er) whero they can nnd about August
nnd September you may look for a re
sumption of general action on a largo
It Is a mr, &fe and quick umrdjr,
Thc-e-n ONLY ONE
1$ Porry Davis.
Twonlze, STc iivlsoc
MORE PEACE OPERATIONS
SHREVE & 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
select' jn to those known to the firm, or who will furnish satisfactory
references In San Francisco.
Jewelers, Gold and Silverware Manufacturers,
Market tr Post StH., 6. F.
Illustrated CATALOGUE and prices furnished upon receipt of request. We have
the largest manufactory of Jewelry and Silverware west of New York City, and are
prepared to lurnlsh special designs.
TheLiglit TTiat NeverRds
Another Large Shipment
of Anglo Lamps,
"THE ANGLE LAMP"
THAT NEVER FAILS.
tt teems almost Incred bit that
any tamp couli be good enough to
talci the place of electricity on evn
terms, yet such Is the case lth the
angle lamp. All ovtr the Ifclinii
people are throwing aay their o d
lamps and replacing them with this
lamp, not merely tecauie It costs
arom one-ientn as mucniomain
tain (cost Is no oblecl to some do
pte) but, beside blnjr infinitely
cheaper, It Is more brilliant and
more reliable In the bargain It Is a
rivciauon 10 every one wno uses it,
and simply demonstrates that the
oldtashloncd lamp was a barbar
ous contrivance. THE ANGLB LAMP
never smokes, smells or elves any
trouble Is lighted and extinguished
ea easily as gas, and Is the lies
light trim every standpoint We
carry these lamps from St, 80 up.
T. II. Daies & Co., Ltd.
aGEN'TS FOR Slerllnj LuMcatlar Olli. C rlrkoi. Alitn Ccamt, PoilUnl Omen!, (.Unt PowJtr
Sewlne Mtchlnci ,
London, April 12. No further ncwa
has hoon received regarding the report'
cd resumption of peace negotiations In
South Africa, but the fnct that the
censor allowed the report to pass, and
the fact that the government has
not Issued n denial, arc held to provo
that negotiations of some sort aro In
Tho casualty list Issued yesterday
revealed the fact that Lord Mothuen
was discharged from the hospital last
week, this being tho first notllleatlop
that ho had been 111.
There Is no Information from South
Afrkn. beyond the fact that tho llrltlsh
aa evacuated Hoopstad, which the
Dally Mall observes "poems to show
that Lord Kitchener's forte la still nono
too strong." '
It Is announced from Brussels that
tho Dutch Transvaal commlttco hna
handed to Mr. Kruger a check for 1,
000,000 florins, collected In Holland for
the assistance ot the Korri.
It appears that Mr. Kruger's en
tourage asiert that the route from
Leydsdorp to Zoutpannburg Is heavily
fortified and ablo to resist the British
A long time.
GERMAN ARMY BRIBERY.
When tho nfternoon session of tho
Senato convened yesterday, Mr. Naha
paahu Introduced n resolution to tho
effect that $2300 be Inserted In the Ap
propriation bill for the water pipe of
Koloa, Island ot Kauai. This was laid
on tho tnble to be considered with the
Under suspension of rules. Mr. Naka
paahu presented a petition from fifty
citizens and taxpayers of Walmea, Inl
and of Kauai, nsklng for $"00 for n
breakwater at l'eenmoa, Mnkawell.
This petition was laid on the table to
be taken up with the Appropriation
Mr, Kanuha Introduced the following
bill: "An Act to nmend section 14, Act
57 of (he Session Laws of 1S96 entitled
Internal Tux. ete. wbMi Ir also section
S17 of the Civil I.aws." The bill tools
the usual course.
Mr. Achl gave notice of his intention
to Introduce "An Act to amend section
1, Act 81, Session Lawi of 1899."
This business completed, tho Sena
tors took up Mr. Achl's resolution of
tho previous day to tho effect that the
Senate pay $1 per folio for translation,
etc. Mr. Carter's morning report on
the matter was taken up in connection
Mr. Carter tlnally moved that $1 per
folio bo paid tor translation, 20 renti
for typewriting nnd that tho printing
houses doing the work for Hits Senate
bo requested to do the proof reading.
Mr. Achl moved to amend to tlio cf
feet that 50 cents per folio be paid for
proof reading. This amendment car
Tho chair announced a communlci
tlon from the Seciclnry of tho Terri
tory announcing that the Oovernni hod
signed "An Act nppropi latin
Pittsburg. April 15. As n re
sult of the dispute that for a week
past has Invoked tho employes or
tho V, Dewees wood plnnt of the
American Sheet Steel Co. nt McKces
nort. nnd tho company, about halt
of the men nro on strike today and
the operation of the plant Is badly
crippled. Tho cause of the trouble;
was the recent discharge of seven
men, who, tho men claim, Were dls
missed beonuso thev woro members
of the newly organized lodge of the
Amalgamated Association. The Btrlko
was ordered nt a meeting of tho local
lodgo yesterdny afternoon nnd went
Into effect nt 1 o'clock this morning.
All Is quiet nhout the works today.
None of the discontented workmen
nro loitering about the mill and there
Is no prospect of trouble. Tho mem
bers of the firm sav that they tlll
continue tho operation of their plants
nnd that If thev aro troubled by the
strikers at McKeesport thoy will Bhlp
their material flscuhoro for manu
factuie. The mill rmplovs about 800
men nnd nbout half of them aro now
The event Is looked upon as mo
mentous throughout tho Iron nnd
ateel trndo of tho country, from tho
fnct that It Is tho first conflict be
tween organized Inbor nnd tho new
United Stntes Steel corporation nnd
because of the announred Intention to
day of President T. J. Shaffer, the
bend of the Amalgamated Association
of Iron. Steel nnd Tin Workers, to tie
up every plant of tho new combine,
steel, tin. tube, structural Iron, wire
nnd nil. If necessary, to v,n tho fight.
As to tho chnnco that tho men In oil
the mills of the United Stntes Steel
corporation will bo called on to como
out, no one connected with tho man
ngement of nny of tho orgnnlzed
plants In the new corporation will
consent to be quoted. Tho only un'
denying companies In the now cor
poration whose mills nro entirely In
dependent of the Amalgamated Asso
elation nro the Cnrnegle Interests
and the JCntlonnl Tube Company. Tho
mills of the American Steel Hoop
Company, the American Tin Plato
Company and the Republic Iron d
Steel Company aro nil organized,
while most of thos0 of the American
Sheet Steel Company and tho Nn
tlonnl Steel Company nnd n few of
tin N'ntlonnl Steel, Amerlcnn Steel
& Wire nnd American Ilrldgo plants
work under thu amalgamated nssocln
tlon. Most of the Amerlcnn Steel &
Wire plnnts nro controlled by tho rod
HAWAIIAN TOBACCO CO., Ltd.,
Corner Alci-chunt unci Niiunnu StH...
iiImo HOTBL ST.. opposite Bethel.
Office 'Phone, 300.
Save Your Wife
A House Telephone from
V0rk3 'Phone, 389,
Many Steps by Installing
Upstairs to Kitchen,
House to Servants' Quarters,
House to Stable, Etc.
You will never
part with it.
We will install two 'phones complete under a g jarantee at a price well,
juu cuiiuui iiuuru 10 De williout tllem.
The Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.,
From Apr'l 1st
to April UOth
W. H. THONE, Proprietor.
Prizes : 1st, $15 ; 2nd. $10 ; 3rd, $5.
GIiihh MnkcPH Meet.
rittsburg, April 13. The win
dow glass manufacturers nro nrrnnR
InR n meeting for next Wednesday to
consider tho extension of tho flro
which It has been announced will end
May 11, according to tho understand
ing between the manufacturers and
tho N'ntlnnnl Jobbers' Association.
Many of tho Independent concerns are
nnlous to keep the factories open un
til June IS nnd thf general belief is
S.I..100 for i that this will bo done, ns mnny re-
thu use of tho Hoard V nducarlo.l Ir. '' -si nam c. me in rreemiy lor uie
VAiciiniwi,, u it (i iiuf iL't'llllK Ul tile
The Angle Ump
.ALSO CARRA GOOD STOCK OF HAHOIMQ..
$TArp AW) HAND LAMPS
Dlcki Balnt LMtlnu, Roch Hirbor Llmi C New Horn bewlng Machines n4 I'aivAnmlcan Hart J
f Micnintt .
iiLii Lik im a ..!,..... m !... . - .. u ... citi... ... i i.,iku d,. n... n.4.
tte4s, Trunks, VllMk, Alanines, Sites, Linoleum I'uttJrr ai d Caps, General HarJwir and Plantation
Open to the Public
MEALS AT ALL HOURS FROM 6:30
A, M. TO 11 P. M. bUKOI'bAN PLAN.
a New Lot of ,
HAWAII LAND CO.
Capital Stock . $100,0
Capital, paid up, - . $48 Mo
W. O. Achl Prosldent 4 Manager
M. K. Nakuln.... Vloe President
J. Makalnai .Treaetuar
Enoch Johnson Bocreterr
Ooo. L. Desb Audltot
BOARD OF DIRECTORS:
J. W. Blplkane.
The above Company will buy, lease;
or soil lanJj In all parts ot tho Bavallan
Islands; and also has houses in the City
of Honolulu for rant. 1489-yl
W. C. ACHI & CO.
Brokers & Dealers .
Heaver Lunch Rooms
ranking a display at the Iluffi'T Imposi
tion." Tho resolution of Mr. White of Mu
prevlous day. dealing with tho payment
I of all K"iinto bills ordoied paid hv 'he
Printing Committee ind laid na tho
table by nn overwhelming vote, was re
considered, on motion of Mr. Nnkic
panhu. Mr. llaldwln moved lo amend
to the effect that settlement bo made
on tho basis Just ngieed on by tho Sen
ate. This carried nnd tho resoluthu
av.nr mini (All nb n tYI fltl l H.l fc
The aoternorl appointments. F( ' young couple hae plighted their troth
for the order of tho day. u.-re fuithcr aUl1 "' ere IonK acccnt a Ilfclo"B cn"
nn-tnnnml nnlll Rntlir.lnv nnd. al -..on . li.'B'.mvill WIIOLUIMH
o'clock, tho Senato ndlourucd.
workmen In general Is that tho flro
should not bo suspended until n
Will Mnrry n Actrcm,
San Francisco. April 11. The many
ndmlrcrs of Miss I.lla Conovcrc, tho
1 pretty nnd tnlented young actress of
I the Alcazar Theater Company, nnd tha
numerous friends of Francis J. nru
I gulere, tho well known soclty man,
I will bo surprised to learn that tho
H. J. NOLTE.
(,OUrUlV THE EAQIE)
OYSTER AND CHOP HOUSE.
OPEN NIGHT AND DAY
lilliv lUNGautN Prcr'ltlor
HOTEL STHEET. nratNuuimi ml Joor lo PjJly
Hyn' ' Encoig' ,8,3- m
3U .lliBtl mX zm
Derlln. April 10. A icnBatlonal trial ter two llollrg. hari1 flB!,tg. has cap
iif'nn imnr ni I :iikprifiM- ni n'nirn r
, , i.t 1 . . , in 1 dnnt nresln, nt Llctnndetie, near 110
charged with having freed from mill- '
tary servlco many sons rf weal'hy pa-; WPtBd"rP-
rents In Dortmund, llochum, Cologne,
Kolmnr, HtraBliurg, WteBbaden. May
ence, Frankfort-on-the-Maln, Mulhau
sen, Sollngcn and Remscheld, A num
ber of witnesses testified to having pild
from 200 Oto 300 marks for liberation,
tho money being used partly lu brib
ing the military sui'gcons, amoug them
Chief Staff Surgeon Hchlmmcll, Alto
gether there aro 'I'll witnesses and ex
perts to bo called.
Kxposure to Wet, dampness nnd cold
tnvnrlntitv rpaiilta In n Hiiililpti dill!.
London. April 12. A dispatch fromwi,ch t not attended to Immediately
General Kitchener, dated April 11, says will cause n cold, lly mixing n tea--.n,",i
u,.,', mnnnti-ii infnnirv. Hf. spoonful of Perry Davis' PAIN-KILL-
V...V. ........ ...u...... . .-, 1,,,, . , .- .! . .
1 i.h in iinu a ginss ui warm waier or
1 milk, tho whole system will be heated
substitutes, thero Is hut ono Paln-Kllb
I er. Perry Davis'. Price 25c. and COc.
Large tract of laud situated In Nuuanu
valley, llonilulu, containing 20 acres,
more or less, and known as the Nuuanu
Pali Sa'oon premises, with buildings and
Grounds cultivated with fruit trees, etc.
Apply to A. G. CORREA,
1702-tf if Kaahumanu St.
W! I'll" Bu "' f,f B" SrtaUto
. v. .uv group.
We wllf 811 FtomiUm en
OFFICE. 10 WEST Kwr, Stub
Real Estate Broker
223 MERCHANT ST.
Property In town and suburbs
and HOUSES TO I.RT.
KING BKOS. beg to announce
that they are now prepared to fill
all orders for the I'anoram.t Views
"Bird's Eye View of Honolulu" and
T. R. MOSSMAN
Real Estate Agent
Searcher of Title. . . .
d T.he J!,ol.l?wlnK, bicycles are now at tne
Police btatlon and owners can have them
bv proving property and paying expenses
Tribune, No, 47501 Columbia, No. 8204
Columbia. No. oi ifc Eldredge No. 24710.
Imperial, No. USp6 iTicrt
The EvcninB BuIIeUn, 76 cenu per
A SPLENDID TONIC
Is recommended to build up
e convalescent. Streiitilhcn the
Weak and overworked. a ml Droduce.otiiid
FOR SALE EVERYWHERE
Grass Linens in All Colors.
St! ml 11 1 Wont! Moxoh. Ponjiec SIIUh
for Oentlemen'j SulU anJ alto In lighter wclghtf.
MliltCHANT TAILOR, A w variety of clotlu m.iJe up In the
GOO XST.iXDO., 1 1 10 Nuuunu St.
Vckiicl8 In port: Am. up. Charmer,
John Slater, from Ldysmlth , II, C,
coal, Am. schr. Lyman I), Foster, Kill
man, from Newcastle, coal; Am, sp.
Henry FalllnK, Jlalhens, from Now
York; Am, bR. Lurllno, Hhaubo, from
San l'lnnclscn, ineKhindtao.
Arrivals: April 17, Ara. b(?. I.urllne,
Bhaubp, IS daja from San Francisco,
morchandUo; April 17, S. S. Claudlno,
I'urkcr, from Honolulu,
Dcpaitures: April IB, Am. schr. Me
tha Nelson. ChrUtlaiiKcn. for San 1'iaii
clsco, 11,000 bags sugar: April 21, nlmr.
Claudlno, l'aiker, for Honolulu.
Ilii(iuc nt Ciipe Town.
Loudon, April la. Tho Colonial
OllUu I, mh n'felvi'd n dlapntih fiom Kir
Wnltrr llrly-llulchliunii, nnvernur of
Capo Colony, nunouiii'liig that tho bu
I1011U' plagilK U now roiiltncd to tho
Cnpu pculiitiila w ttti tl.i' oxicptlon of
A few i-iibi. 0110 (if whl.'h la 11 soldier.
TO GUM? A i:w.l IN ONI'. DAV.
Tnliti Luiatlro llromo (unluo Tiil'Iati.
All driiURUU refund Ihn money If II
fnlli tu iMirr, K, V, tliiivo'n ulyuntura
lion each hm, 23 renti,
BPCTal when you on gei'JnS Cyrus Noble Whiskey, H
Zj r I rnw arc
1L3 v'''s Jl32- Fr seventy years wc have been trying (o pro'' H
adiiiiBr'7 rVtfil f wt M :clucc tne bcst P0S5lb,c artic,c for thejeast
K HVie mfaM possible H
aiiaiiiV WlticL Immfm ' Thc Public know !t favorab,y'
MV 'xilll 1 " ho,ds ,hc ood irndc' B
8PlraiiiL Mm 1 " cos's no morc "ian' "lcr ood wn'sey H
mtBKfi!&Mk u !s l,urc nnd o,d BH
iiSmM'm'm " wins on merlt a,onc' 9
W. C. PEACOCK i& CO., Ltd., S!v,,
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