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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, H. T., MONDAY, AI'IUL 29, 1901.
Sachs' Store News
SPRING FANCIES FOR WOMEN
A word to tell you that the new spring styles In Japanese Silk.
White P. K., Sllkallnes, Grenadines, Laces, etc., are here In abun
dance ; that assortments are partlcu'arly attractive anJ complete, and
that our prices represent the best valu:s possible, which Is a modest
way of saying that no better values can be found anywhere none
so Rood In Honolulu.
We have all the new hades In Japanejf Silks of the
finest qualities and weaves. They are 2j 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 Dollnr.
A beautiful fabric, handsome In appearance. The colors
and designs are particularly attractive 3G Inches wide.
Fifteen Cents per yut-d.
Are very popular this season and the pitterns are all new.
We have many handsome effects, vjur All-Wool Black
Lace Grenadine, 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 yurd.
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 chsoslng.
$1.25 TO $15.00 PER-PAIR.
N. S. Sachs Dry Goods Co.,
Natives on Drill Shed
Grounds Adopt Set
SPEAKERS ACCUSE THE
Say They Have Sought to Obstruct
Legislation-Beckley Tells About
Loan Bill-Delegate Wilcox
Mr. Ilecklcy of the House wan one of
the most forceful speakers of the even
ing. He nlso blamed the Republicans
os the onrs who had obstructed legis
lation and created the present stntc of
nffnlrs Then he referred to the Loan
bill which had come down from the
Senate, sajlng that he had purposely
wlthhrld It from the House for a pur
pose. Ho then spoke of the accusation
ngi-inrt the Independents to the effect
that they hnd vasteil the money of tho
public He pointed to the drill shed
anu i Id he had drilled there for n long
time. When It came to wasting money,
It war at the military thit tho l.egls
latme could point nn accusing finger.
Mr. PunM of the House advised all
those concerned to go home and pray
to the Lord for what thoy wished to ac
complish just us DanUl did In the lions'
REPUBLICAN MEMBERS!"- ,. .,.
1,1. ?1" '11113 WITH' ll'llllltutll vj ,c-
cgate Wilcox who said that an exten
sion of the session was abohitely no
cessary. Thero were Important bills
such the Municipal. Loan and Appro
priation bills which should he passed.
He urged the adoption of the resolution
which was to be presented to them
saying that. In caso th" government
should refuse to grant the prayer of
tho people they hnd done their part.
The people at Wnel It tt"i were watch
ing nnd would have s :r.t!ilng to say
Mr. It N. Dod then nrrs. read tho
resolution asking the Cove-nor for nn
extension, nnd then tailed for three
cheers by nil thofe vlio favored tho
adoption of the resolution. There was
a ringing cheer that could have been
heard for blocks nnd tben tho meeting
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
aelec'.jn to those known to the firm, or who will furnish satisfactory
rele.ences In San Francisco.
Jewelers, Gold and Silverware Manufacturers,
Market & Post Sts., 8. F.
illustrated CATALOGUE and prices furnished upon receipt of request. We have
the largest manufactory of Jewelry and Silverware west of New Yom City, and are
prepared to furnish special designs.
Another Large Shipment
of Angle Lamps.
"THE ANGLE LAMP"
THAT NEVER FAILS.
It teems almost incrti bit Ihil
any lairp couU t eooi enough to
Uk the pliM of electricity on even
terms, yet such ) the caw with the
asolb tAMP. All over Ihelslanis
feople are throwing aay their o d
amps ani replacing them with this
lamp, not merely bcaue It costs
tout one tenth as much to main
tain (cost Is no objut to tome pe
pie) but, tiUe txlng Infinitely
cheaper. It Is more brilliant an!
morerellatle In the largaln It I a
rtvtUtlon to everyone hovseslt,
and slrrrly demonstrates that the
oI3-lashlrjnd lamp was a barbar
ous contrivance. 1MB ANQLK LAMP
rever smokes, smells or Rfves any
trouble It lighted an J eatinfculsheJ
1 easily as eat, inJ Is the Je
light fum every standpoint We
carry these lamps from $i Soup.
T. II. Danes & Co., Ltd.
AGbNTS K)l Slerllnj Lubricating Ol'i -Jrlphol, Alltn Cnint, Pottlanl Cm.nl. Glint I'owjtr
Co , llck (U'u Uclt.nK, Kho Harbor tlmi ' Nw Horn, bewins Machines anl l'nArairlcin Hani
The mass meeting on the parade
grounds In ft out of the drill shed Sat
urday night was attended liy a very
large crowd. It Is estimated th.it near
ly a thousand were present. The ob
ject of the meeting was tho consider
ation of n resolution looking toward
tho extension of the present session of
the Legislature for the purpose of
completing tmportnnt worlt. The fa
sons for asking Governor Dole fi- an
extension, wore very forcibly ptr"r "1
by speakers from tho Senate nnd liouss
Mr. Kalnuokalanl who presided nt
the meeting, was the first to speak.
Ills lcmarks were listened to with
great Interest. In the beginning of his
ppeccb, he lifted a gicat mass of bills,
In his hands nnd showed these to tlic
peoplo as representing a part of the
work that had been done during the
session. The Independents hnd not
wasted the tlmo ns had been accused.
Their promises to tho pnopln bad been
fulfilled. In order to complcto the work
of the session, there r.hould bi nn ex
tension, riftcen days would bo plenty
enough. A great mass of work was all
but completed nnd. to choke everything
' off at this stage would moan nothing
, ehoit of disaster. The Gnrnor was
! i.nlt.at Tti,l. tl.n Cnn.tn m.il ITnuia
had nsked for nn ruenBlon of the ses
sion. Slnco he hnd persisted In refus
ing, the only nay left was to appeal to
Mr. Knnlho of the House blamed the
natives of Oabu for tho dilemma In
Rhlch the I.egtslatura bad found Itself,
He claimed that the Oahuans did not
stand by their colors nnn thnt, by elect
ing Messrs. Achl and Cecil Itrown. they
hnd sent obstructionists to the Legislature.
Mr. Hlhlo of tho House voiced the
nrntlments of the ptevlous speakers.
Ho was cry hoarse nnd gno as tho
reason for this, the steady work, which
ho had done day nnd night In the In
terests of the people.
Mr. Kanuba of the Senate said that
tho refusal of (ho Governor to extend
tho session wns only n trick of the rte-
imbllean party, at whoo door could bo
laid the blame for the shortcomings
of the present Legislature. Mr. Ka
nubn then went on to talk about tho
recent plague epidemic and refe-red to
what ho considered to be tho bhame
ful treatment of the poor people. Ho
Hated further that, hnd It not been for
the fact that tho Legislature wns In
session when the last plague scare was
Attempted In Honolulu, thero would
hao been a repetition of tho scenes of
DLO 1 pAHkOluAnd
HAWAIIAN TOBACCO CO., Ltd.,
Corner Merchant nnd Nuuunu St.,
cilwo HOTI2L. ST.. opposite Bethel.
Office 'Phone, 390
Save Your Wife
A House Telephone from
Works 'Phone, 3S9,
Many Steps by Installing
You will never
part with it.
Upstairs to Kitchen,
House to Servants' Quarters,
House to Stable, Etc.
We will install two 'phones complete under .1 Rjarantee at a price well,
you cannot afford to be without them.
The Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.,
From App'l 1st
to April 30th
The Angle Ump
US0 CAIUiyA GOOD STOCK OF IIAIIOHG..
$MND HD HAND LAMPSj
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, Trunks, Vatllsvb, .Mulni;i, Sjf, Llnoltym PuuJtrjni Caps. Gnerl HarJwirinJ I'Untttioi
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ODD PIILLOWS ANNIVERSARY.
The Odd Tellnns of Honolulu cele
brated In One stIo Krldny night the
rlchty-second nnnUcirary of their or
der. The cclchrntlon took plncc nt
1'roRres hnll nnd was n happy cent.
A literary nnd nnifical piogram occit
nlcd th earl evening.
piiese eerrlrei nnIsted of n prayer
hy Rev. Aloxandei Macintosh, nnnlver
sary proclnnntlon by J. 1). McVcIrIi.
imiBlc hy Miss lola liarlicr, violin; se
lections liy Pi of. Sharp's orchestra,
nnd n brlsht paper bv Sister S. I.. Wil
liams oa the HcbcKah branch of th"
At th" close of the literary nnd musi
cal nioginm, the lloor wns cleared for
dancing. Th" coratnlt'ce In chnrso of
tho entertainment note:
(leneral Committee Pro. J. O. Mc
Veigh. I). I). O. S., chairman; llios. J.
0. llole. A. P. Clnrl;. J. r. Kennedy. C
Charlock. C. T. Itodgrrs. U CilttlnR;
Sister S. I.. Williams. Sinter K A. Mc
Kcchnle. Sister M. Smith. Sisters I.
Ourney, C. Ourney, llros. O. Sellers,
tloodwln nnd Hlckcy.
Reception Conimlttel Sinter S. I..
Williams. P. K. O.; Uro. 0. J. Potssc.
N. O.; Pro. 0. W. R. Kins. N. 0.; Sis
ter K. Clark. N. O.; Sister C. Ourney.
N 0.; Pro. C. Chat lock. C P.
Floor Committee Prt. A. r Clark,
Floor Manager; Pro. II. II. Williams,
P. fl.; Pro. 0. Sellers. Pro Hlcl.ey,
Pro. Goodwin, Pro. Henry, Pro. Cist
tine PIGHT ON THE VILLARD.
W. H. THONE, Proprietor.
Prizes : 1st, $15 ; 2nd, $10 ; 3rd, $5.
HAWAII LAND CO.
Capital Stock - $100,000.
Capital, paid up, $48,860
Or. PlerceS Ulec-
trlc liody lint (cry
Awiy wlthDrucft Invci
tlicaic S-nJ for "Uok
Itt .N AJJrctl
IMUUCI! VLliCTWIC CO.,
620 .M'-ktt St.. b. I'.
Open to the Public
MEALS AT ALL HOURS FROM G:jo
A. At. TO 1 1 P. .V. fcUKOI'LAS l'LAN.
a New Lot of . . .
Key West and
Beaver Lunch Rooms
H. J. NOLTE.
There nas a fierce battle on the ship
Henry Vlllard Saturday which In a
way accounted for her mishap In leav
ing the harbor. Tho crew shipped, ob
jected to Mate Ray, but tho captain In
sisted on him. When It came time to
pet th Bblp away tho crew refused
duty, so the second mnto started to
compel them to turn to.
Ho got tho worst of tho argument
rt first, nnd had his hend badly punch-
edn Arming himself with n belalng
pin he went Into the forecastle nftcr
the men, nnd nt the breitk theio was n
Lie light between mate nnd men, whlcli
lasted till tho ship came to an anchor
Peace wns nppnrently restored yes
W. O Achl Prcsltlunt A Manacor
M. K. Nnkuliut .. Vice President
J. Mnknlna! .Troasnrer
Knoeh Jolinion Secretary
Oco. L. Desha Audlto:
P.OAUD OF DIRECTORS:
J. W. BIpILane.
Thonlwvo Couinauv will 1.6r. Inau.
or Mil lan.U In all jmrti of the Ilawallas
laian.is; and Ii has holme In tho City
of Honolulu for rent.
OORHIRLY THO EtOLE)
OYSTER AND CHOP HOUSE.
OPEN MGIIT AND DAV.
Billv LUvar.kES I'rorrktor.
MOTEL STKCET, mar Suujiij n.it Jour t Vally
U)an a ' Encote ' 1818- m
W. C. ACHI & CO.
Brokers & Dealers
nr wtii Bn otutimtt., Eut;iD
sll psiti iif Sb grenri.
RT Wo will Bell ProptrUcs on Ueaj.cc
OFFICE. 10 WEST Kimajtwrrt
Real Estate Broker
223 MERCHANT ST.
Property In town and suburbs
. andHOUSES TO LET.
Large tract of land situated In Nuuinu
Valley, Honolulu, containing 20 acres,
more or less, and known as the Nuuanu
Pall Saioon premiss, with buildings and
Grounds cultivated with fruit trees, etc.
Apply to A. G. CORREA,
1702-tf Kaihtiminu St.
KING BROS, bee to announce
ay as the crow was at work clear- that they are now prepared to fill
nway the wreck of tho Vlllard's i rHers for the Pjnnr.im.t Ic.vs
Jlbboom nnd Its rigging In tho morn- .(Birj.s Ey(, Vlew of Honolulu" and
Ini? She will get away lato tonight or tiw-ilLillrl i-li "
T. R. MOSSMAN
Real Estate Agent
Searcher of Title . . .
o Ihec.f.oll?w'lnK. bIyl" are now at tne
Police Station and owners can have them
bv provlnc property and paying expenses
af a ertlslng:
Tribune. No, 4750; Columbia. No. 8:04
Columbia. No. 61 it: Eldredge No. 24753,
Imperial, No. 1450O ifub-tf
The Evening Dulletln, 76 cent per
Is 'recommended lo build up
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Grass Linens in All Colors.
titimliil Worn! ItuvuH, I'onAvu KIIUh
1 .t (illtkiimi'3,,it. ,ml al ' InllKllIrr sirlehti.
A I 1 lhll,
MltUCIIANI' TAII.OU, A Isik variety Uf .lullii 1114J1 up In Hit
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fB!ivt9H vvhen you Insist on fi-'"n3 Cyrus Noble Whiskey HH
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H7 s jNH For seventy years we have been trying to pro- H
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Kffl nOnle Wfek possible H
laHan 1 ClvwV The public know it favorably. 1
IH 7I1 1 It holds the good trade. HM
HL WmK M It costs no more than other ood "whiskey WrTOJ
tSmlHQuXrMtM " is l)Urc and 'cl' anaPi!
!lfflSlffil MtM ' I distilled from the best selected grain. IflM
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