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EVENINO BtLLETIN. HONOLULU, H. T., TUESDAY, JULY 9, 1001.
THIS IS ONB OF THE GREATEST LACE
seasons of recent years, and beautiful laces of a fine
quality are greatly in demand. Our heavy purchases '
enable us to offer some of the most desirable laces of the season
at prices that we are positive cannot be equalled elsewhere.
AI.I. OVFR I. ACES A very tine assortment In silk and cotton.
Just the thing for trimming shirt waists.
The great superiority of our Trimming
Department is a matter of common know,
ledge. It's values cannot be approached
by others. ---------
SILK APPLIQUE In new patterns of black and white. The new
designs are simply exquisite.
MUSLIN AND CHIFFON TUCKINGS
very suitable for yokes. The designs are all
new, and the prices very low.
A FANCY SILK CHANCE
one good Item tumbles along after another. This one
is bound to engross your attention. For just one week,
ending Saturday next, we will sell regular Si. 2; and
S1.50 per yard, fancy silks handsome stripes and
fancy figured patterns, at the uniform price of
05 cents per ard
KOBO BUST PERFECTORS
Lends added beauty and grace to the female form divine. Any
woman who wears one can have a beautiful figure. Try one.
Justice as Administered
By Chief Justice Frear
Pg Don't forget that we have Fine Shear Linen for
. handkerchiefs and fancy drawn work.
N. S. Sachs Dry Goods Co.,
IMItor t:cnlng Bulletin: There
comes n critical period In the lives of
nil men to whom the rights and prop
erty of others arc entrusted when they
must speak in their own defence an 1
1 take this opportunity to do so.
On or nlout the 21st day of Mnr'!i,
A. I). 1901 with other counsel who
have since died. 1 obtained a decree In
the ense of Hitchcock et nl. vs. Frank
Uustacc, John .1. Egnu, Frank II. Toi
ler nnd the Kamnlo H.igar Co., Ltd.
By this decreo the defendants were or
dcrcd to pay Into court the sum of
$35,000 In cash nnd $110,000 worth of
paid up stock of the corporation whlrh
the judge In equity decided the defen
dants have converted to their own ujo.
After the decision was nnnounrcd
from the bench the defendants ap
penled and employed additional coun
scl to wit, Kinney, Ilallott & Mcf'laua
han and Frederick V. Itankey. Thy
appealed from the final decree lu Hit
Supreme Court nnd the counsel urgjd
me to get the decree signed 10 th.i.
they could appeal, which I did.
On my finding that they did not plscc
the cause upon the calendar of the
court, I mndo a motion to place I. .here
which wns denied. I then got the
stenographs to deliver the balance of
tho record to Sir. tlallott and he filed It
stating that "he lindnow no objections"
to the cause being placed on the calen
dar which was done by order of tho
A day or two nfter the raurc wnj
A NEW LINE OF
C0LF SHIRTS, PAJAMAS,
DOILIES, JEWELRY, ETC.
ARE NOW SHOWN AT
CALL AND PE CONVINCED.
14 HOTEL ST., NEAR NUUAXU
ROCHE HARBOR LIME
DUB TO ARRIVB
EX. 8H1P HENRY VILLARD
I THEO. H. DAVIES & CO., Ltd. I
MM '111 TMJWBay
nil iHfca ,
That nflldavlt remains on the record
The Supreme Court places the case
en the calendar but retimes to fix a da)
for the hearing. The amount Involved
If $150,000 and no buud'or other se
curity has been entered Into by the de
fendants to pay the amount or any part
thereof If the decree Is afllrmed on up
peal and so the' cause stands.
Yesterday I received from Mr. Hal-
lou a motion that the cue be remand
ed to the Circuit Court. The case was
fully nnd ably tried by the counsel for
On Saturday 1 was seized by order of
the Chief Justice and forcibly ejected
by the Deputy Sheriff fiom tho court
room while endeavoring to get the
court to fix a day for hearing. 1 shall
refrain from making further comment
ut present except to say that I have
endeavored to pinctlce law honorably
nnd fearlessly foi tv.cnty-tno year
und that I will icslst to the last any
attempt to treat me lll.e u rowdy.
The Httoruc.iK of the court In every
land are olllnrii if the court nnd If
they do wrung, contempt proceedings
lie against them.
The word "contempt" was not men
tioned on Saturday. There was nunc
nnd I feel and know that 1 must treat
the Supreme Court with respect and I
The relations between bench and bar
should be friendly and lordlal but high
placed on tho calendar Mr. llohertson place gives no rlgla to Insult nnd
appeared nfter consultation with Mr. , humiliate counsel who are doing their
llnllou nnd moved to Ptiie the case! duty. I am soiry tint I have been
from the calendar which motion was compelled to resort to public print
granted by the Supreme Court on tho i but I cannot and ulll nut submit to
HAWAIIAN TOBACCO CO., Ltd.,
Corner .Merchant nnd Nuuunu Stn.
idHoHOTIJLSr., oppowlto Bethol.
Office 'Phone, 390.
Works 'Phone, 389
SaVe YOUr Wife Many Steps by Installing
A House Telephone from
Yon will never
part with it.
Upstairs to Kitchen,
House to Servants' Quarters,
House to Stable, Etc.
We will install two 'phones complete under a guarantee at a price- -well
you cannot afford to be witltout them.
The Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.,
Hawaiian Engineering and Construction Go.
ground as I understand It, that Mr.
Hobertson hail not been notified.
I then filed nn affidavit setting forth
the facts and especially that the record
was complftc nnd I so understood It,
and that tho counsel for the defendants
were seeking to delay the hearing on
appeal without Just cause nnd that the
cause was an Important one and In tho
Interests of Justice the hearing 011 ap
peal should be had. I asked that a day
be fixed for the hearing.
injustice nnd Insult without making
resistance to the last ditch and If 1 go
down under the weight of wealth and
power It will nut be my fault. There
nrc others who arc deeply Interested
In the result of this suit. Their rights
are lu my hands und keeping. I do
think that they will be protected.
Thanking you for jour valuable space.
Your obedient icnant,
GUO. A. DAVIS.
KlIANTUNO IN REVOLT.
I London, Juno 29. A dispatch from
i ' rhr.ffn rinnrla I lin util fi nrnvltinn fif
Shantung In revolt. Tho rebels ato
said to bo overrunning the country
Hllo. June 27. The question 0f I Pillaging and burning It Is asserted
snuatter socreIcntv seems to be ontnt In the vicinity of Mukden nil tht
villages are neiug ourneu. .mm mat
hundreds of the Inhabitants have hem
killed. The dispatch sa the Russian
KD WD IN Hi
That Hacking Cough Is n source of
anno) am e to ourself nnd others, as
welt us of dlsticFK. lly taking n tea
spoonful of I'AIN-KH.I.HR In half n
glass of warm water or milk every hour
or two, (M wilt be surprised tu find
flow quickly the cough Will disappear
Insist upon getting the genuine. Sold
In two sizes, 1'rlco 23c and SOe. Avoid
substitutes, there is but one I'aln-Klll
er, I'cry Davis'..
Order jour wood and coal from the
City Wood nnd Coal Yards. Tel, Main
Is recommended To build up?
Wi ymam? jne convalescent, strengthen tiie
weak and over worried, and produce.' sound
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FOR SALE EVERYWHERE
Grass Linens in All Colors.
Sandtil Wood Boxes. Pongee Silks
For Gentlemen's Suits and also In lighter weights.
MBRCII AN r TAILOR, A large variety of cloths made up In tho
GrOO XSkllxxi, 1110 Nuuanu St.
tho vergo of settlement In the District
Court. Jean Illls, clerk In the land
oflke. was the purchaser at tho laud
sale lust September of one of tho lots f0nes nre not sulllcleut to maintain or
upon which J. ityan. inc leaner in me jcr
b4uaui'i liiuvuiiii'iii, nan lucuieu mm
built a house. After tue sale Mr. Illls
called on Mr. Ilynn and exchanged
felicitous greetings, the latter, how
ever, sticking to the theory that tho
Territorial Government hail no right
to dispose of tho lands, except under
tho terms nnd conditions of tho United
States laud laws, which, by tho way,
Mr. Kyau has nt Is fingers' end. IIP
ccntly Mr. Illls made a contract with
some Japancso to clear his land pre
paratory to planting cane. The men
worked for a month or morn according
to Mr. Illls' Information, nnd then
tbero was a pause. He learned that Mr.
Ryan had driven them off the particu
lar spot where they wero at work.
About ten days ugo Mr. Illls again
made a visit to Mr. Ilyan and tried to
deal with him on tho purchase of his
house, built by blm on tho quarry
reservation. The offer was refused and
then the question of Japanese laborers
came tip and Mr. Ilyan admitted that he
had put tho men oft and would continue
to do so unless they confined their
work to the rear of the fifty acre Int.
Mr. nils then Intimated that tho mat
ter had better 00 left for settlement by
the court, to which Mr. Ryan acquiesc
ed with the remark that he was ready
to fight It out In any way that war
Mr. litis, believing that ho had a Just
claim to tho lot, nnd finding that Mr.
Ryan had burned underbrush which It
was intended to lcavo as a fertilizer,
tworo out a warrant for Mr. Ilynn's ar.
rest. Ho was taken Into custody on
Saturday last and brought to Hllo. At
the Sheriff's office an offer was mndo
to release him on 1250 bond, but he de
clined, and spent tho time between
Saturday evening mid Monday morning;
In Jail. During the trial Sheriff An
drews prosecuted nnd Mr. It) an acted
(is his own lawyer.
Mr. Illls wns on the stand nil of
'Monday and nt the request of plaintiff,
though objections were raised by tho
Sheriff, ho was recalled on Tuesday
Bnd questioned as to l.h residence and
occupation. A Mr. Ilrown wns then
called as n witness for the prosecution
and stilted In answer to questions by
tho Bhcrlft thnt hn was present with
Mr. Illls when Ryan admitted having
put the Japancso oft tho place nnd that
ha would do so again.
Ryan went on tho stand before noon
nnd remained until adjournment nt
4:2(1 p. m,, saying beforo leaving the
stand that lie wns ready to bo cross-
examined. Tuehday morning ho said
ho had more direct evidence nnd asked
to go on the stand nguln. In the midst
of argument tho Sheriff w called to
tho grand Jury mom and the caso had
to bo postponed until he could return.
Tho proceedings nro slow and unin
teresting, owing to tho fact that all tha
evldenco has to bo written down long
Tho weekly edition of the Evening
Bulletin gives a complete summary of
the news of tho ilar.
ROOMS 508, 509, 510 STANGKNWALD BUILDING.
BOX 834. Tt-L. MAIN
All clashes of Knglncerlng Work solicited; Examinations, Surveys nnd Re
ports tunde for nny class of Waterworks, Steam and Electric Construction;
Plans and Specifications and Estimates I'repnred, nnd Construction Superin
tended, In nil branches of Knglncerlng Work; Contracts solicited tor Rail
roads, Electric ami Steam; Tunnels, Urldgcg, Ilulldlngs, Hlghivajs, Tounda
tlons, Piers, Whnrvcs, etc.
Special nttcntlon given to nominations. Valuations, and Reports ot
Properties for Investment purposes.
riu:Di:iticK j. amweq, m. am. soc. c n..
Engineer and Manager.
n. CASTLE JR.. Secretary and Treasurer.
Metropolitan Meat Co.,
Fresh Meats and Pish
by Every Steamer
From the Coast that has CoM Storage.
Choice Beef, Veal, Mutton,
Lamb and Pork always
Also Poultry, Salmon and Halibut.
FOR SALE AT
The Metropolitan Market, King St., Tel. 45.
The Booth, Fishmarket, Telephone 379.
Central Market. Ntitianti St., Telephone 104.
AV1NG PURCHASED TUG GROCERY BUSI
NESS OF M?. CHAS. IIUSTACB, we wish to
Inform the general public that we are prepared to fill
orders promptly, every attention will he given to careful delivery,
We ask a share of your patronage : : : :
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