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EVENING BULLETIN. HONOLUMJ. H. T.. FRIDAY, MAY 17. 1901.
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Sachs' Store News
WHY WOMEN PREFER
SHOPPING AT SACHS'
Becauseall goods are as represented.
Because the clerks are polite and obliging.
Because, the itock is large and well assorted.
Because It pays you always get the most your
money will buy. "
In to-JayV advertisement we shall
mention a few thlnes that will sure
ty necessitate a visit to our store.
Come ana see the goods anyway.
YOU NEED ANOTHER SHIRT WAJSf.
In fact It's absolutely necessary that vou should be
wearing one of these latest pattern White Muslin or
Swiss Shirt Walste, If you wish to be considered well
These new ones are the latest novelties, with env
embroidery Insertion, fancy storlc collirs, bishop sleees
and the sty Ish soft cufl. Some have wide lapel fronts,
some hae the Zouave effect. Prices range from : :
' $3.00 TO $5.00
of fine Muslins. plain and with
30c to $1.30
Pretty pi too of Mutln with
late trimmings t of illkulth llk
SOc to 83.00
of Chiffo'f, Mousselln, de Sol,
carve J Ivory ttanJarJf , spangle!
and painted frames. Very cheap
$2 00 to $3.00
VERY FINE 8W188 EMBROIDERY
Our stock of fue Swiss em irolJerles with Inser
tions to match, In widths from 2ii to 5 Inches Is large
anj varied. All the newest pat ems never shown In
30c TO 75c PER YARD.
N. S. Sachs Dry Goods Co.,
Millinery After - Thoughts.
The Fashion Creators thought out some bright, new
Ideas after Easter We have receU ed six cases i f them.
Pretty fancies that are alfnrether
charming ; plain or figured,
P. K. and P. K's.
White or black, and colors.
Ever woman lo es a rft y Hand
kerchief Come and ee ours Fine
la and fa cy embrolJered eijjei.
THB M. E. KILLEAN CO., LTD.
jnau i n r.um
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The Angle Ump
50 CAKiy A WJUI .uuv ur
STAHD AND HAND LAMPS
MiENTS FOR Statllnt Lubrlcallnr Olla "lrlphoi Allan Cemjnl, PoitlanJ Cemtnl. (jlinl Powlei
, Plclct I'a'au UellHiK, Rocha Harbor Lima C Saw Mom, Sewlnz Machinal anj I'an-Amtrlcan Hani
Sew In Machines.
UtALLKS in Agateware, uiassware,
steads Trtrks, Valises, Mattings, Safes,
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WwWWrin ill fc1
cHiuvrp i mi .!
erTil 2 1 1 UMKft!V MM
nvvan amt uverworHeq.ana proauce.souna
FOR SALE EVERYWHERE
Grass Linens in All Colors.
6aiulal Wood Boxes. Pongee Silks
For Gentlemen's Suits and also In lighter weights.
MBRCHAN T TAILOR, A large variety of cloths nude up In the
Jt - - t - .Tati
Very pretty hat of Muslin and
Swiss Some realty quaint de
signs lo ch ost from Swine are
tehilt, others are rolorel. Trim
med with lace, ribbons and em
broidery Insert 'on.
00c to $4.30
of white silk silk lined, natural
$1.00 to $3.30
Also of rlaln and ruMed si k,
clack and li te
$1 00 to $3.30
You Need Hosiery
OF COURSE YOU DO.
Every woman does, and the pettier
the Stocking are, the more she
wants them j es eoatly when
cross ng a moldy sliect.
And Hose Supporters
The kind that fatten onto thi front
of the corset We have them In all
colors of llk elastic
Another Large Shipment
of Angle Lamps.
"THE ANGLE LAMP"
THAT NhVER FAILS,
It seems almost Incredible that
any lairp could be good enough to
tak the place of electricity on cvan
terms, yet such Is the case hh the
ANOLBLAMP, All over the Islands
reople are thawing aay their od
amps and replacing them with this
lamp, not merely because it costs
about onetenth as much to main
tain (cost Is no object to some pe -pie)
but, beide biing Infinitely
cheaper, It Is more brilliant and
more reliable In the Largaln It la a
revelation to every one who Lses It,
and simply demonstrates that the
old-fashlonrd lamp was a barbar
ous contrivance THB ANOLE LAMP
never smokes, smells or elves any
trouble Is lighted and extinguished
as easily as gas, and is the Idea
light frr m every standp tint We
carry theie lamps from Si 8oup,
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U. ...... C.JtUa .4 l.ilkaK Diim !) Italia
Powder and Caps, Oeneral Hardwer and Plantation
Sdi FMnin ToNir
w --i lawBr.p m i -iBr
Is, recommended to build up
e convalesrent. Strengthen the
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1116 Nuuanu St.
- i ..,.'.. ...r'lrn,, tlfiim
Gets Justly Angry Over
an Action of the
THE GOVERNOR'S ESTIMATES
INSERTED IN SALARY BILL
The Whole Measure Passed on Second
Reading Afternoon Session Spent
in-Much Talk and Little Work
Districts Looked After.
nmmcluth has had IiIr fill of It. He
t(i announced jestcrday nttcrnoon In
For tho last two days tho Home
Killers line lipcn going off on a rather
unexpected tacit, Instead of cutting
down salaries so low that no one
would work for the amount, tliey have
been raising them even above tne
amount nsked for by tho Ooscrnor,
Aklna lias been at the bottom of It
Emmeluth has been opposed to the
proceedings and oery time a salary
has been raised he has Invariably regit
tcrrd n vigorous protest.
All yesterday afternoon was spent
In nn attempt to pass the entire bill on
Mahoe, Monsman and I'aclc spent
twenty minutes on every Item looking
out for the welfare of their friends, the
DlHtrlrt Magistrates of Konlauloa,
Walalua and Koolaupol.o, arguing that
men of their "wisdom, culture and ex
cellence" deserved higher salaries and
would probably resign If they did not
get tho raise.
All morning had been spent In this
sort of tnlk and Mahoe began tho after
noon with another installment. This
was moro than Kwallko could stand,
so he moved to pass the entire bill on
Kobortson supported Kwnllko. stating
that nt the present rapid rato of pro
re dure. It would take eighty days to
complcto the bill. Ho said that If tho
House was next to Itself. It would pass
the bill as quickly ag possible so that
the Senate would have to stop and con
sider their bill, while the Houso could
go on with the Internal Improvement!
Emmeluth was decidedly against
passing tho bill on second rending of
many faults were still In the measure
It would be Impossible for nny commit
tee to prepare n faultless bill with only
twentv-four hours,' notice, nnd tho
present committee was no better than
Robertson stated that tho Houso had
raised tho salaries of the five olllclaus
considered during the day to n total
amount of $11!G0. If the House kept
up at that rate, they would ndd between
$1G0,000 and $180,000 to tho cntlro pay
Makalnal said that tho Governor
knew what he was about when he band.
cd in his estimates so he moved to pass
his estimates on second reading Instead
of tho bill. He stated that If they ran
over the amount, of money nt hand, It
was up to the Governor to call an extra
session. His motion w:ip lost, and the
attempt to pass tho bill on second read
ing suffered the snmo fate.
Ono or two minor Items vvcro passed
without alteration. A motion by Ma
kalnal to Insert tho Governor esti
mate In tho bill beginning with tho
Items fur the Second Circuit, then car
This was too much of nmmeluth for,
leaping to his feet, ho cried' "Im ptu
with tho wholo business, now. Ilefore
I'll break my nick any wore. I'll let
jou know It. Here I have been working
or my country, tho people I represent
nnd this House, and this is tho wnv I'm
treated., I have worked hero when tho
net of tho Houso has been off to the
aters, has been drinking and playing
about the town; but I'm pan now. nnd
jou'll have to hunt around for a new
finance committee, chairman. This Is n
dl3graco-r-a disgrace to the Houso, a
disgrace to tho people, a dlsgraco to
the Homo Ilulo party, nnd last of nil,
u dlsgrae to jonrself, Mr. Speaker."
"well," responded Aklna, "vou to u
hot one, aren't vou? I am glad I
don't hnvo manj moro llko vou, be-
rauso If I did and I happened to bo that
way mvstlf, I tell ou there would bo
Dcforo any further developments
could arise, tho Houso adjourned until
Intercollfjjlntc Bnll Scores.
Providence, May 4. Princeton, Oi
Hi own, 2.
I'hllnilelphla, May 4. Pennsylvania,
13; Cornell, 7.
CnmlirldKo, May 4. Harvard, 4; Wil
New Vorlv, May 4, Columbia, 2;
!kJiiVmViiiiri'itrrj,r E 2. to carry
I WAFERS I SSho
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(ISHE MB 100
Mini enn ijuucmic
The flea was too much for tho ele
phant In the deciding game of jester
day's tennis match between Cunha nnd
Irvine. Irvlno had won tho first set
13-11. lind Cunha had taken the second
8-4. They then concluded to go home
and sleep on It as It had already be
come quite dark. In the deciding set,
Irvine won as ho pleased. Tho score
was 13-11, 4-G. G-3.
Brock then took a fall out of Irvlno
by defeating him 3-6, C-2, C-4.
Tho other games plavcd were as fol
On the Paclflc Tennis Club courts
Donald Ross defeated Cuihman Car
ter, 3-C, C-l, G-4.
C. II. BIston defeated K. It. Adams
A, P, Allen won from J. P. Cooke by
A. P. Castlo defeated P. M. Lansdalo,
On the ncrctanln Tennis Club
C. II. Cooke defeated Ocorge Cuna'
arro. C-3, C-2.
Tho games to be plivcd fills after
noon are as follows:
On tho Pacific Tennis Club's courts
At 4 p. m., Donald Hoss against C.
A. P. Allen against Clarence Cooke.
A, T, Ilrock against the winner of tha
Castle-Now oil game.
On tho IWetanla Tennis Club's
At 4:30 p. m , A. I.. Castle against A.
H. Now ell.
It begins to look as If some surprises
were In store. Charley Elston Is gen
erally conceded as being the man who
will meet Prank Atherton. I.-insdalea
defeat at the hands of entitle wbb con
siderable of n surprise, for Kinsdalo
generally goes to the finish or semi
finals. If Cutle defeits Nonell, thero
Is n possibility that Ilrock may go to
the same place that I-insdale went to.
On Saturday, tl.o seml-flnnlg nnd
flnnls will be plavtd. Tho men who
stand the best chance of figuring In
Saturday's games ore Clarence Cooko.
Charley Klston, Ilrock and Cnstle.
On Monday, the winners of Satur
day's games will piny Prank Atherton
for tho championship.
BOARDOF HEALTH MEETING
The meeting of tho Hoard of Health
yesterday ns a committee of the whole
to discuss appropriations for the Health
department ,wns attended by all tho
memhers. Tho estimates prepared liy
tho different committees were discussed
behind closed doors. Tho reasons for
going Into executive session 'vcre that
the figures under discussion had been
asked for by the Legislature nnd should
not be made public until transmitted
to that body. It was also the Impres
sion of President Cooper that the vari
ous members would express themselves
moro freely nnd frankly on tho propos
ed Increases or reductions In salaries If
reporters vvero excluded.
1 ho meeting yestcrdav nfternoon
reached no conclusions. Tho niabs of
figures turned In by tho different com
mittees vvns so great that a sub-committee
consisting of Dr. Sloggett, H. A,
Mott-Smlth nnd Health Ofllcei- Pratt
was appointed to simplify matters.
This committee met this morning at
0 o'clock. Its recommendations will be
submitted to a special session of tho
wholo Hoard called to meet ut 3 o clock
That Hacking Cough Is a sourco of
annovnnco to yourself nnd others, a
well n of distress. Hy tnklng a teu
snoonful of PAIN-KIU.KR In half a
glass of warm water or milk every hour
or two, vou will bo surprised to mil
how quickly tho cough will disappear.
Insist upon getting, tho genuine. Sold
In two bIzcs. Price 23c and 50c. Avoid
substitutes, thero is but ouo rain-Kill
er, Pcry Davis"..
Ws HJIn 'AM I
wwm Im caPins the srain I
mrWm ' lWYS)f t9H from which the world7 renowned Cyrus Ut
FHT 8 i II ni Mj'iItJm Noble w,key is dis,iicd'
Bik IHlll .M IMMfM Nothing bul the finest grade of corn or I
iiiNn' 1 1 wfaB rye is used' I
Hnm M& wv$vmM No exPensc is $Parcd in its dis,1,lation I
wK wm ttIi? iWJwW That is hy u ha$ bccn thc lcdder ai1 over I
i o&l $$f ill iJ pjmAsk nc wor'd for ovcr scven'y yc,lrs- r
l,R) V i (v ! m -t Wm u is six ycars in wood bcforc bot,li"s M
Wi TB u i$ pure and hone,u ' 1
III M0mm A sreat aid to difiestion' 1
WW W mi " An ideal appetizer. M
W. C. PEACOCK & CO., LTD
M.., n Di'A it) U
HAWAIIAN TOBACCO CO., Ltd.,
Corner Merchant nnd Nuuunu St,.,
nlno HOTEL. ST.. oppowlto Both
Office 'Phone, 390
SaVe YOljr Wife Many Steps by Installing
A House Telephone from
Yon will never
part with it.
We will install two 'phones complete
you cannot auora to De wiinout tnem.
The Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.,
From App'I 1st
to April 30th
W. H. THONE, Proprietor.
Prkcs : 1st, $15 ; 2nd, $10 ; 3rd, $5
Open to the Public
MEALS AT ALL HOURS FROM 6:jo
A. . TO II P. M. bUROPEAN PLAN.
a New Lot of . .
Key West and
Beaver Lunch Rooms
H. J. NOLTE
(roeitiiv thb calf)
OY8TUIS AND CHOP HOUSE.
OPEN NIGHT AND DAY.
IMLLY tUvtJGKBl Prorrldor.
MOTEL STREET, near Nuuimi, neat door In Villy
Han a " fcnenre" itit- m
A full line of HAWAIIAN VIEWS.
Shriners are welcome to visit our
gallery and see the
j Ti-,.,tfTi. .(itajy jC,Llil,i ,!.to t
Works 'Phone, 389
Upstairs to Kitchen,
House to Servants' Quarters,
to Stable, Etc,
under a j; tarantee at a price
Beer and Wins Dealers.
IMFOBTSHB, AND WBOLHtll
Wine and Liquor Dealers.
Atnti foi tt. Boitlil Rtiotir Bxr ol ttm
No. 19 Nouanu Strkbt
Ptitac Block, Honolulu, Hawaii Huns.
P O Boi n Mulutl T.Ittoa. rJ
SODA WATER CO., Ltd.
Corner Allen and Fort Sts., Honolulu
Qonsalves & Co.,
AND WINE .MERCHANTS.
22? Queen St.. Honolulu. H. I
No Beer to Burn,
But Beer to Beat the Band
Large unvoice Of
IN DRAUGHT AND BOTTLE
It has'nt come to stay ; It's going
fast, but there's more com-
Inn every month.
L. H. DEE. Prop.
taste and every
purse : : : :
Lewers & Cooke,
T Sole Agents