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RVKNINO nULtRTtN, IIONOMJM', II. T., TUESDAY, ArniL JO, 1901.
Sachs' Store News
Little Prices !
To-day we advertise a list of everything that women
want nearly every day In the year. We just mention
them brielly. No long winded descriptions could make
them any better than they are the best (or the price
quality considered, that can be boueht anywhere in the city.
Very neat, natly ani M) ILh.
Jutt the thine lor LaJleV
Skirts. Thy are 41 lncr.es
$1.00 per yard
New Cotton Flannelettes
In a ffreal varlity of .tripes
anJ plaMs. Very suitable for
costumes inches wide.
8 yards $1.00
White Cotton Dress Goods
wit, open l4C ttrlpts. They
ftreitl iemfclt fine irmtlni.
T Inches wU
15 yards $1.00
Black Jfoo-stluh fttockinjs.
tic rnsJorf'i d., unnt,rJ
list Selling this wetk $ oo
per Jnien pairs or
20c per pair
White drop stitch stnek'na
o( rooJ quality. el In? tin
week ills per dozen yalrt or
20c per pair
Bed Sprr .ts
Alar' ,es ani Honey Comb
pattern! Three quaiter ani
New Spring Lace Curtains
NOTTINGHAM, POINTE D'
1SLANDE, ARABIAN NET.
It may seem like an oft-repejted tale to tell you that our Cur
tain assorments are greater than ever, but that's t e truth None
( f tie choice things have ercaped us. Come and see the almost be
wildering mazed wizard weaves gathered here for your choosing.
$1.25 to $15 per pair.
Joint Resolution Offered
in the Senate
ARE FINALLY SETTLED
Kanuha Presents Resolution for Pro
tection of Forests Russel's
Public Health Act Defeated
by One Vote.
N. S. Sachs Dry Goods Co.,
SHREVE & CO., San Francisco,
'To facilitate trade with the Hawaiian Islands, will deliver all goods
purchased or ordered of them, free of all charges for transportation to
Honolulu, or returning same to San Francisco. Goods will be sent on
select'.jn to those known to the firm, or who will furnish satisfactory
references In San Francisco.
Jewelers, Gold and Silverware Manufacturers,
Market t Post 6t., 8. F.
Illustrated CATALOGUE and prices furnished upon receipt of request. We have
the largest manufactory of Jewelry and Silverware west of New Yotk City, and are
prepared to furnish special design..
ft Vi MVM
The Angle Ump
.'ALSO CAIUVAJGOOD STOCK of hamgjng...
SMND AID HAND LATJPSJ
Another, Large Shipment
of Angle Lamps.
"THE ANGLE LAMP"
THAT NEVER FAILS.
It seems atrr-oit Inert J bit that
any latrp cuulj be cood enough 10
Ukt the place of electricity on even
terms, yet such Is the case whh the
ANOie LA4.P. All over lha Islands
feopl art t It re wine ay their o d
amps and replacing them with this
lamp, not merely ctcaute It costs
about onetenth as much to main
tain (cost Is no obKt to soma pe
pie) but. belie btlng Infinitely
cheaper, It Is more brilliant and
mote reliable In the Uraln It It a
revelation to everyone whousetlt,
and simply demonstrates that the
oIdta$hlond lamp was a barbar
ous contrivance. THE AMH.B lAMP
never smokes, smells or rives any
nobble. Is lighted and et In j-ul tried
as easily as cat, and Is the Idea
light m m every standpoint Wa
carry these lamps from ji Suup,
T. II. Davies & Co., Ltd.
At the afternoon session of the Sen
ate yesterday nfternnon, Mr. Kanulin
Introduced n lengthy tcaoltitlon relat
ing to the devastation of valuable for
est lands In the Islands. lie rltea
Wnlalun particularly. The resolution
was called forth by a communication
from Allan Herbert whoso zeal In the
interests of forests 0,1 these Islands
has never been nn uncertain quan'.l'y.
The resolution, which reads as- fol
lows, was referred to the Commit! en
Whereas, members of the Senate
had. this day, como into possession
of tho following information from re.
Thnt on tho Island of Oahu, at this
very moment, there are engaged a
force of heveral hundred Asiatic la
borers nnd others. In the work of de
stroying a valuable amount of timber
and forest trees, for tho construction,
without warrant 0 law, on and
through valuable forest land, tho pub
lic domain of tho United States, of
canals and water dlteh"s for tho pur
pose of diverting the natural streams
from tho ndjaccnt lauds to which said
waters natuially of Inalienable right
belong This Is nil being dono under
the corrupt nnd fraudulent pretense
of supplying water to tho colony of
It is nevertheless a fart that tho
entire scheme Is with the object of
vesting In the "Walnlua Agricultural
Company" tho perpetual and exclusive
right to said water supply, to the
perpetual ruin of the plateau of "Wal-anae-uka"
and adjacent lands, and
Whereas, the Legislature of tho
Territory of Hawaii Is prohibited from
passing any law relating to the public
lands In tho Territory by Article IV.,
Section U, paragraph 2, of tho con
stitution of tho United States, also by
Section 73 of tho Organic Act. and
further, by decisions of tho United
States Supreme Court, as will appear
in tho caso of Olbson vb. Choleau 13,
Wall, page 92; and
Whereas, lnimcdlato action Is neces
sary to protect tho public domain in
this Territory In the Interest or the
people against spoliation and unlawful
alienation as to public lands, forest
and water rights; theiefore, bo it '
Resolved, by tho Sennte, Tho House
ot Representatives concurring, that
tho United States attorney, resident
In Hawaii, is hereby appealed to In
this Important matter, to tho end;
that If possible, by action brought In
tho United States Court for tho Dis
trict of Hawaii he may bo able to
avert tho unlawful alienation of tho
public domain of the public water
rights and forests, at least until tho
07th Congresh shall convene.
That certified copies ot these reso
lutions bo forthwith transmitted to
tho President, tho Secretary of tho
Interior, tho United States Attorney
Oeneral, the Commissioner of tho Gen
eral Land Ofllco, tho President ot tho
Sennto, tho Speaker ot tho Hnuso of
Representatives of the United States;
also to Honorable J, C Ilalrd, United
States Attorney CJencrnl for tho Dis
trict ot Hawaii, and to tho Dolcgato
for tho Territory of Hawaii,
Dated this 29th day ot April, A. D.
After this resolution had been dis
posed of tho clorU announced tho ap
pointments of tho Governor. Tho Re
publicans made n hard fight to have
these ronsldeied In open session but
tho Independents stood firm for a secret
empowered to declare the following
days as legal holidays throughout this
This resolution met with great favor
on the irart of nil the Senators as Mr.
Crnhbe was tho only one to think ol
tho fact that, In enso the Legislature
does nothing about holidays, tho Ter
ritory cf Hawaii will hnve none. Tho
resolution w'ent through without a dis
Mr. Carter then Introduced tho fol
lowing resolution which was lost by n
vote of 9 to 0:
Resolved. Thnt when tho Senate
adjourns on the 30th day of April, 1901,
such adjournment will be slno die, as
the session of the Legislature of tho
Territory under the Organic Act ex
pires by limitation 011 that day.
Mr. Kaohl then Intioduced tho fol
Resolved. That the Senators be.
allowed at the end of the present t.
sion to take their Ink-wells, pens, pa
pers nnd law books.
Mr. Acht then Introduced a resolu
tion to the effect that, nil bills In the
hands of the vat tons committees be
returned to the Sfnito forthwith
Nothing was done with this.
Mr, Kanuha's agricultural school and
Model I'arm bill came In for quite n
good deal of discussion. It finally pass
ed second reading vlth the following
amendment by Mr. Baldwin, relating to
the location of the farm:
The .location of said agricultural col
lege and model farm shall be mndc bv
tho Governor of the Territory by nnd
with the consent of the Hoard of Edu
cation. Senate bills 07 nnd 9fi passed third
reading but bill 05 was killed. This
finished the work of-the nfternoon and,
nt 4:20 o'clock adjournment until Tuiv
day was tnVen.
HAWAIIAN TOBACCO CO., Ltd.,
Corner Morchunt nnd Nuunnu St.,
nlwo HOTEL ST.. oppoHlto Buttle!.
Office 'Phone, 390
Works 'Phone, 3S9,
SaVe YOUr Wife Many Steps by Installing
A House Telephone from
You will never
part with it.
Upstairs to Kitchen,
House to Servants' Quarters,
House to Stable, Etc.
We will install two 'phones complete unJer a guarantee at a price well,
1 you cannot afford to be without them.
The Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.,
There Is a new Arm of shipping mar
tero In port. They nre known familiar
ly ns "Red" and Oeorg". No one seems
to know their other names. They have
not been here long enough. These
men shipped tho crew of tho Henry
Vlllard and they don't like tho way
tho papers havo treated her trip from
the railroad wharf to nn anchorage oft
Yesterday. In the presenco of tho
captain of tho Klikltut nnd several oth
ers, they declared that the beach was
not large enough for tho newspaper
reporters and themselves. They arc
going to punch the heads of tho news
paper men when they haye time. News
paper men don't like to havo their
heads unehed by athletes or sailors
so tho water front reporters nro all
going to ask for a change of detail.
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CyayafBLT:llli.aa-J "1 k
frvHSiBWS.fi aiaeaM i tLBrHMaHaiB.i
AGENTS FOR Starling Lubricating Olll. 'rlphlt. Alien C.mint, Portland Cement, Giant PowJer
Co . Dick. Ha'ata belling, Kocn. Harbor Lima C' Saw Horn. Sawing Machine ani I'an-Ataulcan Hani
IlkALkKS IN Acatewira. CUatiware. CraMtrv. Hirnait. Saddles ani Leathers. Rupa. Drill Hei-
at.aii, Trunks, ValU.t, Mattings, bafat, Llnolaumt PowJ.rarJ Capi, General Hariwar ani Plantation session and this prealtedl
As was stated In ycstenlay k Ilullctln
nil the appointments with tho excep
tion of the Trensuier. the Superinten
dent of Public Works, tho Ctimnils
sloner nf Public Lands and the Iloaid
of Health went confirmed.
At tho closi' of th secret sesslim.
Mr C Drown ir.ndo tho inotlyji thnt
tho result In given out to tho public.
7 Ills carried.
Senate hill ns, one ot Dr. Russel's
pets and the hill that provides such
big salaries for members of the Hoard
nf Health and iind"l taken to revolu
tionize the whole system, wuh an-
rnunted In third reading. Tim vote
llond 7 to 7. As Mr. Parts did not
vote on til" Mit tnll, .mil his was the
iWidlnit t"l he let his olcit lie
Itmrd and voted In gltii lliu bill u quiet
little Ihi on t!u la Mo. Ho ended (tin
Public lltxiltll Pit tint, ill lb" bculli
ping uf Hie searilon, f.me priiiuli" nf
elicit frilllfill rcMl!.
At this lng III Id" nrneeiigs, Mr
Ci.ibbc lutnidiuctl lliu fullfiwlliti !')
He It I cm jh ml li liv Runiitii uild III"
lloiisn of ItcprMi illative. Unit lliu
dm ei lull' hereby uullinrliiwd niid
i recommended to build up,
i lMiie.tMt c,Tpnflllin thp
wek ndqVerwoflied,anU prpduce, sound.',.,
FOR SALE EVERYWHERE
(ii'titig Linens in AH Colors,
Humltil WimmI Moxi'rt, I'oiilIco HIII.h
iKMiill(iiii-ii'jS.;'.iii I !', m nulitrr wr'Kliln.
AllrltCIIANV T.II.Oii A l.r' iit'itilv t tlMllK iu,4 up id lilt
Goo X-Zlrxx, llltf NmiHiiu 8t,
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LfffiCH i" I'l'li'fe '.'A " V, V&
9 &K i
I M'j? I
Jv1 - i ,.
"If you den't want whiskey to get the lest of you, you nuu get
the best of whiskey."
"1 do lady, but when a fc'.lon's only got i mclcl he can't buy
W. C. Peacock & Co., Ltd,,
The following notlco has been posted
on the bulletin board at tho polite sta
tion: Headquarters of tho Metropolitan Po
lice, Washington, D. C, April 9,
Missing from his home in this city
since 11 a. m., December 13. 1900
Samuel Hartley Wheatley, white, tweu-
ty-llve years old, E feet S'4 or 9 Inchca,
ISO to 190 pounds, rather llorid com
plexion, light brown hair, blue eyes,
smooth full face, small mouth, twu
upper middle teeth, oer!ny, lower
teeth lrergular, short neck, high-pitch-ed
volte, largo hands, Wore 1(V4 col
lar nnd n number nine shoe, nnd scarf
pin, ruby, surrounded by diamonds
Was in the real estnte business, and
when last seen wore black sack suit,
black four-in-hand tie, black derby,
black shoes, and carrl"d II. C, watch,
I'atek I'hlllppe, Geneva, No. 8C291.
blaeksllk fob with gold buckle nnd
ftmcthybt charm attached, and wura
two rings, tino of red and tho other
with green stone. Is fond of music,
swimming, rowing and pool playing.
His relalhes will pay JJ0 reward for
Information lending to his whcieuhoutri,
Kindly lausn diligent Inquiry to-tio
rnndo at all hotels, hoipllnls, etc., nnd
U located. Immediately telegraph
Major nnd Superintendent
From Apr'l 1st
to April UOth
HAWAII LAND CO.
Capital Stock - $100,000,
! Capital, paid up, . . $48,860
. vlAiAn, Wijfilc Alu
KTk . 7d iimhuiit
lrl'l,f ,. I I'
Chung, nl I'iyitiBHtcrH,
P.U master I'lillllps who rame hern tn
tako the place of Paymaster Hall, will
take charge of the ntlko today, al
though he will not actually move In
until toiminmv, mi iiienunt uf work fin
the Kolnee whh h It Is necessary for
Mm tn finish up,
rnyinutter Hall Is very norry to luivn
to leate tho l.lamls now Hint ho linn
lerrimo aeniuilfiteil with the ienpln hut
lie inadii Hi" mistake In the beginning
uf bin stay uf asking '" be traiikferreil
Ksiiicliiincliii Will Hnter,
It .nun that i'lliulii'il ))ko uf Ka-
li'i'li'iliiehu sihiiol has iIiiiiivihI III!
lulnd In ii'iimd in th- iuiiiIiik ruin;
race 'A'urd bus lieen meUeil liy I lift
IIUIIIKI of lh (Mini I'ulll'gll tiliik
li!ll Hint the KliliiHi4liieliu biits will
1 II I it lliu line I'rlui'l. ill true spurl
111 u tir yluil In litMtr this, fur much
inure iuiir"t will iw hii. id iIiv mid,
- - - -tt
UNI, HMOS, hilt u niiiuhiiii
llul liny an- IIW tutdn4 In I ill
M ui.lt r lor llw 1'jintf.iui.i lw.
"Illrl't iy Vlvw Ilu.tu4v.lu" ml
SHOOTING GALLERY y-sKrLJsssK
J. Matutinal .Treuurar
Enoch Johnoon BeoreUry
Uco. L, Dosha, Audltoi
W. H. THONE, Proprietor.
Prizes : 1st, $15 ; 2nd. $10 ; 3rd, $5. ,
MOAN A HOTEL'
Open to the Public
MEALS AT ALL HOURS FROM 6:39
A. M. TO 1 1 I'. M. EUROPEAN PLAN.
v a New Lot of . . .
Key West and
Beaver Lunch Rooms
(ionium tub lAoit)
OVHTWt AND CHOI IIOUHIi.
mi iv lunoonrN l'frriltr.
IIOll.L SlULCT.na.rNuu.nj, ne.t dtor lo Pali
Iryan'l " Infore" itil- m
BOARD OF UIUIXTORH:
J. W. BIplksne.
The abore Company will buy, lemsn,
or Mil Un.Ij In all jurta of the Hawaiian
Islands; aud also lias houses In the City
of Houolulu for rent. 1489-yl
W. C. ACHI & CO.
Brokers t Dealers
CW We Trill y.a cr (..ft Be. Sslatflo
II part, nf tho group.
OT WoviU Bell FrcprUe(dnBMS0B
hie Oommbslont i
OFFICE. 10 West.Kikq Street
Real Estate Broker
223 MERCHANT ST.
Property In town anJ suburbs
and HOUSES TO LET.
I.vrc tr.Kt of IjoJ iltuMrd In Nuiuni.
Valley, HoiidIuIA. roiitalnliiK jo actrs,
iiiurr or less, .in J Iuiouii as the Nuuanu
I'.ill Si ooii prfinlKi, with bullJIngmnJ
('iruiiiijsculilvjttj with dull irri,cU.
JQit M l.il lIlllllUMU St
Art Uiiiliroldcry Tinijilit,
l.iii.ir, hi AIIT IIMIillfi;i;itY vlll
u (Win by Hm. II II, Williams nt lh,
(Illy I'uruliiiru uiuru, J'rt Mrc.l
flrnl (H taiiidiii duui
MUD, 11,11, WIMMUK
T. R. M08SIV1AN
Real Estate Agent
Scsrchor ul Title. , , ,
Ihe (oIUuIiik bl(yle re iww 4l Ih
VitU't feuiitfu mi m.r k.iii li.iv, Hum
bv iw.ivmit piaioity ntul ivtWiiKfXMritrl
I flUw.r, N.i, 47Wi CtttuinM-t, N, Km
IllilwrUI, Nn. Htttt, jf(
Id Mvt'iiluy llulMIn, ;Ir,nt u,r