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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOi:
T., FIIIDAY, APRIL 26, 1901.
Sachs' Store News
SPRING FANCIES FOR WOMEN
A word to tell you that the new spring styles In Japanese Silks.
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 bett valu-s possible, which Is a modest
way of saying that no better values can be found anywhere none
so good In Honolulu.
We have all the new shades In Japanese Silks of the
finest qualities and weaves. They are 2) Inches wide.
WHITE P. K.
Is one of the stylish materials for Ladles' Skirts this
season. It washes well and does not lose Its shape. The
new goods are very pretty.
Eight yards for One Dollar.
A beautiful fabric, handsome In appearance. The colors
and designs are particularly attractive j6 Inches wide.
Fifteen Cents per yard.
Are very popular this season and the patterns are all new.
We have many handsome effects. Our All-Wool Black
Lace GrenaJIne, 40 Inches wide. Is very small priced at
Fifty Cents per yard.
We have a large assortment of them In all widths
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.
A decision was fllcil yesterday by the
Supreme Court upon tho Issues sub
mitted by the Itapld Transit & Land
Co. vs. The Hawaiian Tramways Ci.,
,td. Tho opinion was written by Jus-
tlce Oalbralth, Chief Justice Frear nnd
Justice Perry, concurring.
The questions submitted wore:
"1. Has tho Hawaiian Tram
ways Company, Limited, tho right
to lay tho double track along King
street as above described?" (Tho
description In question reads:
"Said Tramways Company pro
poses to lay a double track, other
than the necessary turnouts end
switches, along said King street
and to opcrato thereon a tram
way by electricity.")
Ily the Court "Question num
ber ono should bo answered in
"2. Has the Hawaiian Tramways
Company, Limited, tho right to
operate a tramway by electricity 7"
"lly tho Court "Number two
should also bo answered In the
negative, with tho qualification ex
pressed in tho opinion." (This
qualification Is that electricity
might bo employed If It Involved
no additional servitude on tho
streets', such as overhead wires or
"3. Has tho Honolulu Itapld
Transit & Land Company tho right
to lay a track on King street for
more than 1700 feet?"
Dy tho Court "Question num
ber thrco should bo answered In
It Is ndded "that this Judgment Is
given without prcjudtco to any right
tho public may have In said street
Austin and assigns an excluslvo fran
chise for the uso of tho streets enu
merated beyond tho dlstanco of 1700
"Assuming, hut not deciding, that
under Act 9, Session Laws 1898, the
Honolulu Itapld Transit & Land Com
pany, Limited, has a valid franchise
nnd that It can ncqulro the right to lay
Its track nlong King street between
i.uuamt stream and Thomns Square !n
tho manner stipulated In tho agreed
facts: iiold that ndcr the agreed
facts said company has the right to
construct and operate Its railway over
In the agreed facts It was stated that
the Executive Council (under tho lie
public) had consented to the laying of
n railway nlong that portion of King
street lying between Nuuanu stream
and Thomas Squnrr. Also, "that no
act which could be construed as nn act
of acceptance of the Act of 1890"
conferring the right to use electricity
on Its lines "was dono by tho Ha
waiian Tramways Company. Limited,
until after the expiration of tho time
limit set out In the Act of 1895."
Klnncr, nallou A McClnnnhan rep
resented the Rapid Transit Co. In the
submission, and Holmes & Stanley nnd
P. Neumann the Hnwnltan Tramways
HAWAIIAN TOBACCO CO., Ltd.,
Corner Merchant and Nuuanu Sts.,
also HOTEL ST.. opposite Bethel.
Office 'Phone, 390
Works 'Phone, 389,
SaVe YOUr Wife Many Steps by Installing
A House Telephone from
N. S; Sachs Dry Goods Co.,
USNtL dE AT
Upstairs to Kitchen,
Yon win never House to Servants' Quarters,
part with it. House to Stable, Etc.
We will install two 'phones complete under a g inrantee at a price well,
you cannot afford to be without them.
The Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.,
The first baseball name of the season
will take place tomorrow after
noon at Punahoti between the Y. M. C.
A. team nnd Qnhu College. No line up
has been given out, but It Is expected
tint Imlk niriTpnantlnn. tirlll mil Ihnln
tnu iuuii(. ma iij tit nuiu dviv- wttib wuiu cifi 1 fuwutto niii jiuw kiiv.ii
adverso to tho parties to tho submls- strongest teams In tho Held.
B,Th2r whnrf,ht-h;" i. ..,,,. i.m For 0ah" ColIcKc A- Slnrcdllno and
The law or tno enso Is thus mid I,, ... , , . , .
down In the syllabus of opinion: Mr wl Alternate between catcher
"Dy Act XVIII., Session Laws 1884.. and first base. Perry nnd Williamson
Wlllinm It. Austin and associates wcro will tako turns In the box, while J.
granted n franchise to build and oper- Marcclllno will cover tho second bag.
g!o fi Sry'U &. ' ?''! "Tr T ,'?
wirv curves, switches nml ttirnnuin nr. wbllo Castle Is slated for the third sta-
a double tracK street railway' nlong
and over certain enumerated streets In
tl'O city of Honolulu. A time limit
was- fixed by tho Legislature for tho
commencement of tho railway at ono
year and for its completion at thrco
years. Tho tlmo for completing tho
road was by subsequent Act extended
to September 15, 1899. Tho Act ex
tending tho tlmo limit provided 'that
said railway must bo completed and ,
equipped nnd rendy for transportation
tlon. ilapal will occupy the left
suburb, anil lloblnson will probably
cover center Held. Tho remaining post
tlons will bo occupied by Canavnrro,
Kycroft or Knulukou.
The line-up of the Y. M. C. A. team
Is almost an unknown article. It Is
staled that Elston or Turner will bo on
tho receiving end of tho battery, while
Urown will occupy tho box. Ilcrgcr
From Apr I let
to April 30th
W. H. THONE, Proprietor.
Prizes : 1st, $15 ; 2nd, $10 ; 3rd, $5.
SHREVE & CO., San Francisco,
"To facilitate trade with the Hawaiian Islands, will deliver all goods
Durchased or ordered of them, free of all charges for transportation to
Honolulu, or returning same to San Francisco. Goods will be sent on
selec'.jn to those known to the firm, or who will furnish satisfactory
references In San Francisco.
Jewelers, Gold and Silverware Manufacturers,
Market & Post Sts., 6. F.
Illustrated CATALOGUE and prices furnished upon receipt of request. We have
the largest manufactory pf Jewelry and Silverware west of New York City, and are
prepared to lurnlsh special designs
TheLighl Thaf Never!
v JtSSsSjJ fill
of passengers,' etc., within tho time, will cover the Initial bag. Tho rest of
fixed and If not so completed "all tho landscape vlll bo covered by Coots.
rights hereby granted shall tormlnato, . . .,.. r.., i ,.,. nirA
and tho franchise hereby granted bo-' A,,sUn. Ionian. Gorman. Moore. IJIrd.
come void nnd of no effect. Provided naynrond, Coats or Molt-Smlth. but the
that for such portions of said road as positions which they will play arc tin-
shall nt that tlmo bo completed anil hnown oven to tho boys themselves,
equipped as above required, the right Tno Blatcmcnl thnt E1Mon wm rap,nn
herein granted shall stand and be of '
full force and effect." i the V M. C. A. team Is not true. Au.
"Held: That the assignee of Austin 'tin has been elected to thnt position.
having elected to construct, equip and I Tho gamo will hogln promptly at
completo n single track street railway j.30 ., m, jjr. w. II. Ilabbltt will
Wn""l?J"r.7T. I "obably official, as umpire.
tVnnMilan fo nn mnatmrt n ilnnhln ThlT0 Is a possibility that all the
track railway. games will bo played on tho I'unnhou
Tho granting clause of tho fran- camnus. as there is a possibility that
the Angle Unip
ALSO CARRY A GOOD STOCK OF.HAHfJHk
"AsiAND AM HAW LAJVS
Another Large Shipment
of Angle Lamps.
"THE ANGLE LAMP"
THAT NEVER FAILS.
It tetmt ilmott tncrtdlHe that
any lamp couU be trood enpugh fo
Uk tht plica of cUctrlcliy on cvn
tcims, yet such It th cas lih tht
ANGLE LAMi All over tha HlinJi
rcopla art throwing aiy ihlr o4
amps and rcptaclnr then with this
lanD. not merely bei
ab6ut one tenth as much to main
tain (cost Is no object to soma pt
ptc) but, bciIJa btlnjr Infinitely
cheaper, It Is mora brilliant ani
more rellablt In tha bargain It la a
revelation to every one who uses It.
ani simply demonstrates that tha
old-fathiontd lamp was a barbar
ous contrivance. THE asolb lamp
never smokes, smells or Rives any
trouble Is lighted an-1 extinguished
at easily as gai, and Is the Idea
light from every standpoint Wt
carry these lamps from $i 80 up.
T. H. Davies & Co., Ltd.
chlse to Austin and associates being
silent as to the motive power to he
used In propelling the cars nlong said
railway: held that It was Intended by
tho legislature that only such motive
power should bo used as was at that
tlmo In gcnernl and common uso by
street railway companies, and thnt
tho right to uso electric traction wns
not Intended to b given, at least It Its
use would add an additional servitude
to the street.
"Section 3 of tho Act of 1884 of the
grant to Austin and associates re
served tho right to gtvo to ono other
corporation tho right to uso tho tracks
of said railway for a distance of 1700
feet on compliance with tho conditions
named therein, and did not grant to
AGENTS FOR Slerlle Lubrlcatlnr Olli. f'rlfhoi. Allen Cement, Portland Cement, (.lint PowJer
Co , Llcki lliliu Belling, Rovha Harbor Line C- New Home Sewing Machines ani I'jn-Amulcan IlinJ
Sewlnr Machines. '
DhALhKS IN Acalewaie, Glmwate. Cromery, Harness. SalJIes ani Leathers, Rues, Brass Del
steads, Trunks, Valises. Mattings, Sales, Linoleums PowJer and Caps, General Hardwarj ani Plantation
Ml :1 m
Is recommended to build up
w.tTzZTZTn ' vrrrr " -r !."": v
rvenn aim uverwurnea.anu pryuuee, suuiiu
FOR SALE EVERYWHERE
Grass Linens in All Colons.
Suiulul Wood l.oxes. Poncu Slll8
I'or Citntlcincn's SuIIh and nlio In Huhter wtlghU.
MHHCIIANT TAILOU, A larsc variety of clotln made up In the
GlrOO XSlixXX1. H10 Nuuanu St.
tor mt aaLLKttm.
TIiouiwihU lutre n rmnl
nttlHir uu tilM.ui.'a for llilf
email lirM. llriftlml lit
iiiuiiii,r iliMAm.. N. nr.
lie Kn1 mtiifort lu the ru.
t lie wori Inreelltfalf I
"MMH 1" Urine mil information MM.Iliinmll
SIDIII C TIUII " '
:.. aui.isin.1, lis IIUCISCo,
the Kamehamehn baseball field will be
turned Into a lawn.
If this should happen, tho Kams aro
left without a sultablo placo on which
to practice There Is a Bmall placo off
to ono side but It Is totally inadeqiiato
for a game of baseball,
So Many cPopIo are Exposed to rain,
cold and storms, that It Is. necessary
that they should havo something to
counteract tho effects. A mixture of n
tcaspoonful of I'AIN-KII.I.KH In wntcr
Bweetcned, will stimulate the By-stem
nnd ward oft any possibility of cold. It
has been used for Blxty years all over
tho world, and millions testify to tti
sterling worth. There Is but one l'aln
Klllcr. I'erry Da'Is". Trice 25c. and 50c.
Camarlnos receives for his refrigera
tors nil the California fruits of tha sea
son by every cold storage steamer. He
always has on hand a stock of fresh
vpplcs, grapes, oranges, etc. .Send your
orders by phone. No. Main .178.
Open to the Public
MEALS AT ALL HOURS FROM 6:jo
A. M. TO 1 1 P. At. fcUROI'EAN PLAN.
a New Lot of ,
HAWAII LAND CO.
Capital, paid up,
- - $100,000.
Beaver Lunch Rooms
H. J. NOLTE
(fOkltV TUB AOLt)
OYSTER AND CHOP HOUSE.
OPEN NIGHT AND DAY.
biuy IUNOGUEN Proprietor.
HOTEL STREET, near Nuuanu, neal Joor to PaJdy
Ryan's "Encore" ilil-'tn
W. O Achl Preniilnnl & Manager
M. K. Nakulna Vice Ireldent
Enoch Johnson Secretary
"00. L. Deshs Andlloi
BOARD OK UIRKOTOR8:
J W. niplksne.
Hie above Company will liny, lease,
or sell lanJj In all part of the Hawaiian
Islands: and also bn Imnim. In tha m.
of Honolulu for rent. U89-vl
W. C. ACHi & CO.
brokers A, Dealers
CW W wiu Bo, j, , Mk Sitt!
.11 parts of the group. -
HT We will Btli PropMtlwionBsaaoii.
)FFICE. 10 West Kino Streei
Real Esfaie Broker
223 MERCHANT ST.
Property In town and suburbs
and HOUSES TO LET.
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 . Kaahumanu St.
KING BROS, bet; to announce
that they are now prepared to fill
all orders for the Pjnorama Views
"Bird's Eye View of Honolulu" and
T. R. MOSSMAN
Real Estate Agent
Searcher of Title . .
pJi!?et,ol.l,owlnE. bly' are now at tin
Police btation and owners can have them
ofvnrertrsfnpgioFerty and payinK ,XptnS"
fj& EM??2.! Columbia. No. 8204
ir.7.i V """? cio-reuge ri0ti,7j0
Imperial, No. i4;o6 1716-tf
The Erenlng Bulletin, 7t cenu u.
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aaililH IWM. M It costs no more than other good" whiskey tHUH
M'S zylrS .iH aaiiaiiaiiaiiaKaH
HHntlKlSIH " ,s d!stilled from the best.sii5ctilj,i 111
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SHiHiaiaiaH Jt VVillJ On ITlCrit iHiH
W. O. PEACOCK & CO., Ltd., STO
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