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EVENING BULLETIN. HONOLULU, H. ,T., FRIDAY, MAT 10, 1901.
Sachs Store News
Every woman knows that the finest all linen hand
kerchiefs are the Irish Linen kind. We Have an immense
assortment for you to choose from at prices that will easily
loosen your purse strings. They are all hemstitched.
I. SO per dozen
92.00 por dozen
92.70 por dozen
93. SO per dozen
You know how comfortable they are on an ocean
voyage. No need to say anymore about that part. They
are large sizes Heavy Camel's Hair with Scotch plaid
Also Golf Shaws plain on one
side :md plaid on the other.
Prices 93. SO to 98.00.
Here's a Ribbon Snap.
For one week only we will sell all Silk, Satin and
Moire Ribbons 4 inches wide at 38c per yard.
Rsgulnr price BOc 'per yard.
MORE TROUBLE IN
t hat a Urge wrletyof
ttw nees( rirn and Jt
signs In white sni colorei
SWISS JotkJ an figured,
These beautiful coo J are jo
Inches wi.lt, price jer XrJ
35Cf40C, 50c, 6ocf 65c,
Laces and Insertions
Our slock of Fine Lacea with
Insertions to match I a lery
lar? onein fact we believe,
the finest In Huno ulu.
N. S. Sachs Dry Goods Co.,
I Fashionable He ad wear
For Stylish Women
Always the newest and mo elegant c-eatlons of the Mllllr
ery Art. Our milliners are noteJ for their rooJ taste.
NOVELTIES NOVELTIES IN
IN HOSIERY KID OLOVES
This season's novelties The finest that are made.
In plain and fancy st) les All colors and shades.
I THBM. B. K1LLEAN CO., Ltd.. Hotel St.
Another Large Shipment
of Angle Lamps.
"THE ANGLE LAMP"
THAT NEVER FAILS.
It seems almost IncreJ tie that
any lamp couli be good enough to
Ulu the place of electricity on even
terms, )et such Is the case with the
ANGLE lamp. All over the IstanJs
people are throwing aay thtlr ot4
lamps and replacing them with this
lamp, not merely because It costs
about one-tenth as much to main
tain (cost Is no object to some peo
ple) but, betlie blng Infinitely
cheaper, it Is more brilliant an!
more reliable In the bargain Itlfta
nidation to everyone who uses it,
and simply demonstrates that the
old-fashlonfd lamp was a barbar
ous contrivance. THB ANOIE LAMP
never smokes, smells or elves iny
trouble It lighted and extinguished
s easily as gas, and is the Idea
light from every standplnt We
carry these lamps from $1 80 up,
T. II. Davies & Co., Ltd.
AGENTS FOR Sterling Lubricating Oils farlphol Alien Cement Portlanl Cement. Giant Powler
Co . Dicks Balata Belting, Roche Harbor Lima C Horn, bewing Machines anj Pan-American Hand
DEALER IN Agateware, Glassware Crovicery, Harness. Saddles and Leathers, Rugs. Brass Bed
steads, Trunks Valises, Mattlogs, Safes, Linoleums Powder and Caps General Hardwar and Plantation
afffm -r, ..
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The Angle Lamp
(ALSO CARRA GG0 STOCK Of HAJHBtC
STA AJO.HAJB LAMS)
vatfk ,ii.UJr;tataellS lJ
Isecommended to build up j
ie convalesced 'tfrcnllhcn the
Weak and Overworked. 'a nil nrodiirp'.i.iiiiri,..L.
HfM4L!-;ni;..r "'-.-" ,
FOR SALE EVERYWHERE
Representatives Hobertson nnd Em
tncluth were tlie prominent figures In
ft mild sensation in tho House yester
day afternoon. The cause of tho com
motion was tho Introduction of tho
lie It resolved by the House of Jtop
rcscntatlvcs of tho Legislature of the
Territory of Ilnwnll, tho Semite con
curring: Whereas, a number of bills, among
them a bill providing for County Gov
ernment passed both houses and wor
sent to tho Ooernor within ten tlnya
of the end of tho regular session, and
Whereas, the Leglshturo Is not In
formed at this time ns to whether or
not tho Gocrnor has signed any of
theso hills; therefore ho It
Resolved, That a committee of two
members of the Legislature, one to ba
named by the Speaker of the Ifouso
nnd tho other to be tin mod by the
President of tho Senate, bo Instructed
to Interview the Governor and learn
from him what disposition he hai
mado of tho said bills.
In support of his resolution, Mr. Km-
"I read In ono of yesterday's news
papers that tho Governor had seen fit
to sign ono of tho bills turned ovir to
him Just before the clcso of the rni
lar session. I am sorry tho (loverno-
dtd not nllutle to It In his message this
afternoon; sorry for n good many rea
sons. I was in hopes that a different
feeling would exist during the extra
session between the Executive nnd tho
Legislature than has existed In tho
past but that does not fceem possible.
Gentlemen, wo cannot npproprlnto
money properly until the present 111
feeling ceases to exist.
"I move to indefinitely postpone tho
bill." said Mr. Robertson. "With
things as they are at present, the pres
ent III feeling Is bound to bo perpetuat
ed. There nro home nun In this Housn
who delight to trespass upon the du
ties of others, nnd to overstep the lines
lnld down for them by tbo Organic Act.
I Not ono of these questions ashed by
I tho resolution aro left unanswered by
uiu urKuuic in. in ca&e n uiu is noi
signed when received as lato in the
day ns wero some of tho bills, thoy are
disposed of by what Is commonly
known as tho 'pocket veto ' What I nd
vlse Is that wo leave the Governor
alono and ho will leave us alone. Then
everything will work In harmony."
Emmelitth "If the nowspipcrs havo
a right to know concerning bills signed
by tho Executive, the Leglslaturo has
n right to know. If the Governor had
been In sympathy with the wishes nnd
desires of the County bill, he would
havo signed tho measure for, If ever
thero vas a bill of vital Interest to the
people nt large that was the one. What
wo should do Is to pass the hill over
his poiket veto and serve tho people
by so doing. Twenty-three Representa
tives nnd ten Senators signed tlia
Count; bill. It was much nearer to
tho heart and will of tho people thin
any Supremo Court measure . Tho
County Mil stood for the people and
their rights "
Dickey "Sixty dass hivo already
boon frittered away In slaps at tho
Executive and the present Bcsslon looks
as if It were going the same way. Let
mo assure the Hawallans that Role Is
their best friend, and Is over willing
and ready to help them,"
Emmeluth "Yes. Kcntlemcn, I will
show up Dolo's nloha for the Hawallans
before this session Is out."
Robertson -"What Mr. Emmeluth
says Is nothing but Tommy rot.' Thq
Idea of talking about passing tho
County bill over tho pocket veto. I
gave Mr. Emmeluth credit for more
senso than that. Tho Homo Rulers
havo no ono but themselves to blamo
for tho failure of the County bill They
I had tho majority and they could do ns
tin- i.ii-uBvii mi me muiicr.
"Mr. Emmeluth has no ono but him
self to blamo for the present strained
relations between tho I.eglslaturo nnd
the Executive. Ho has allowed his
personal splto for the Governor to
bring tho Legislature and tho Execu
tive to Its present stnto of istrnngc
nient. Matters would bo criatly ex
pedited If the honorable gentleman
would bury his personal spite and work
for the good of tho peoplo and his con
stituents." Emmeluth "Mr. Spenker, I am hero
solel for the peoplo ind It Is only In
tho Interest of Justice and tho penplo's
rlKhts that I havo rlstn to spenk. I
could talk all day and all night for tho
Interest of tho people ami I deny tint
I havo ever dnno nnv thing In this
Hauso to further my own Interests In
tho Unst. I deny It, Mr, Speaker and.
In tho name of tho people, I say that
Governor Dolo Is wrong and that I will
fight him to a finish
"The Governor Is tho enemv of tho
peoplo and has ns black n record ns any
man would like to have. What do ou
think of a mnn who would lutrodurn
the hordes of Japineso that mnn has
Introduced And that Is only ono dirty
spot on his record
"Dolu never worked for annexation,
and had it not been for the luck) Inci
dent of tho late Spnnlsh-Amtrlcan wnr
tho countrj, by this time would havo
been worse than hell. Oentlemen, in
the words ot Patrick Henry, 'If this Is
treason, make the most ot It' I In
tend to fight It out on these lines'.'
Tho resolution was then amended so
that It should be a House measure only.
In Its amended form it passed.
Robertson's motion to postpone the
resolution was lost. Avcs G; noes 5.
The House adjourned nt 3:45 o'clock.
HA-WAIIAIN TOBACCO CO., Ltd.,
Corner Merchant and Nuunnu StM
uImo HOTEL. ST.. oppoMlto Bethel.
Office 'Phone, 390
Works 'Phone, 389
London. May 1 "It Is reported
that tho Japanese Government l.as re
served n sob'lc'trcd mall steamer ftr
Its own use," snjs the Shanghai corfo
spondent of the Morning Post. "This
suggests that Japan Is preparing tor
emergencies. Tlo despernto strait f
tlin nrtvil.i flnnnf-i nt .Tnnnn Is 3flil
to bo maklti" tho wnr propagantp
popular. According to opinion In
Shanghai, nn outbreak of hostilities
would bo tho signal for a rising thro'
"Everywhere nmoni; tho Chinese
thero Is a feellnc of unrest." sayn a
dispatch to the Stnndard from Tien
tsin. "Thero is no doubt but that pet
ty attacks upon foreigners continue
nnd tho stnteinMit is ctirrent that bod
les of well rrrrd Chlnoso nro secretly
drilling. Chinese picked troops nro re
ported In strength in tho vlclnltv of
Poa Tlng.fu. The "".lluntlon dormr. 1
tho retentloi of tie foreign troipi for
SaVe YOlir Wife Many Steps by Installing
A House Telephone from
Upstairs to Kitchen,
Yon win neer House to Servants' Quarters,
part with it. House to Stable. Etc.
We will Install two 'phones complete under a jj tarantetj at a price- -well,
you cannot nfford to be without them.
The Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.,
Grass Linens in All Colors.
6andal Wood Boxes. ' Pongee Silks
For Gentlemen's Suits and also In lighter weights.
MBRCHANT TAILOR, A large variety of cloths made up In the
G-OO DKLixaCL, lHO Nuuanu St.
$10 J2ift RUPTURE SURER
iimu iriif 1 rtmipi hi
hi nt r 11 0 u Mtur
lyiihliumiuii 1 1 tlierui
tiui Sour rlljltrtiMiIwi
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7 r3 the ttur fiivclltfut I
"HoallrHe. 1' trlrtl )l full tnf rill llll ll n.!Usl l( until
.la .... ....- . tin in It In 1I1I I rill i r t trta
1ACHIIIC TRUSS tn. 5 Sarin .wen. Its (BtlCISCl
YEBTnRDAY IN SENATE.
Very little work was done In the Sen
ate vestcrday afternoon. Order was
tailed at 1:20 o'clock uul tho Sennto
waited until 2:15 o'clock before the
messngo from the Governor ns pub
lished In csterdnv's Iliillcln. made Its
nppcannco on tho scene.
Mr. Carter moved thit a committee
bo appointed to put the estimates In
tho shape of a bill but It was fin illy
decided to have tho message of tho
Governor translated and printed. At
the proper time, tho changes could ho
Incorporated In tho Appropriation bill.
The chnlr appointed Messrs. C. lirown.
Achl and Knlauokalanl the special
commlftco to havo tho messigo trans
lated and printed.
Mr. Achl gave notice of his Intention
to Introduce the Appropriation bill Just
ns It appeared' during the regular sei
slon. The rules wero suspended and
the bill read the first ttmo by title.
At about 3 o'clock, the Senate ad
journed until tho usuvt time, today.
Beer and Wise Dealers.
IMFORTKRS, AND WlIOLRHALB
From April 1st. ffiOB-Bll UlflOF Dfifc
wLES,!Er ,, I CONSOLIDATED
W. H. THONE, Proprietor. --. ... .,., ,,,
Prizes : 1st, $15 ; 2nd, $10; 3rd, $5.jS0DA WATER CO., Ltd.
Asaate (or tb Bottle Hairier Beer ol leartie
WO. IU NUUANU HTBKET
Foetar Block, Honolulu, Hawaii Iiiasdi.
P O Boa mt Mutual Telerhoro ial
nheiimatlsm hns been cured In a
multitude of cases during the past slx'y
cars uy 1"i.n-kii,i.i;k. this potent
remedy rubbed vigorously In nnd
n rou nil the suffering parts, will relieve
nil stiffness, reduce the swelling, nnd
kill all pain. Tho most stubborn'cases
yield to this treatment when pcrseveret
in. Avoid substitutes, there is but or.o
I'nln-KIUer, l'crry Davis'. 23c ant 10c.
The ever popular Ilalnler beer Is bo
ttoming a household word And "will
you havo a glass ot Seattle," Is mori
often heard than anything else. The
Criterion Saloon has the beer on Up or
Camarlnos receives for his refrigera
tors all the California fruits of tho sea
son by every cold storago steamer. Ho
alwajs has on hand a stock of fresh
tpplcs, grapes, oranges, etc. Bend your
orders by phone, Xo. Main 378.
Open to the Public
MEALS AT ALL HOURS FROM 6:10
A..TOl lP. M. EUROI'LAN PLAN.
a New Lot of . . .
Key West and
Beaver Lunch Rooms
H. J. NOLTE.
(FOUMIKIY Till! CACHE)
OYSTEH AND CHOP HOUSE.
OPEN NIGHT AND DAY.
nil iv luxar.REt, Proprln 4.
IIOTCL STKEET. near Nujann neat do r to Pai4y
Mtane Lncore' iStB-m
In conMiicnce of the appointment of
the Hon. Geo. Geirto the Cltcult llench
as 2nd JuJge, the firm of Uivlj and Gear
Is dissolved, uco. A. Uavls will occupy
the same offices and continue the active
practice of his profession. itSoy-if
Comer Allen and Fort Sts., Honolulu.
Gonsalves & Co.,
AND WINE .MERCHANTS.
22? Queen St., Honolulu. H. I
No Beer to Burn,
But Beer to Beat the Band
LARGE INVOICE OF
IN DRAUGHT AND BOTTLE
It iias'nt come to stay ; It's goinsj
fast, but there's more com-
ing every month.
L. H. DEE. Prop.
VERY LATEST DESIGNS
In Pins, Rlng, Brooches,
Links, and everything car
ried by a first-class jeweler.
H. G. BIART,
1010 TORT STRbET.
the best In ,f Mlml&M
seventy years f-J HW
Cyrus VfrrTr J0&aFB
- Noble Mym
WHISKEY fl ' V'IWL. 1 1 (Uhl
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