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EVKNINO r.CLLBTIN, HONOLULU, H. T. FniDAY. JULY 12, 1901.
THIS 18 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.
ALL OVER LACES A verv "ne "sor'mnt '" s"k 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 blick and white. Them
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 en jross your attention. For just one week,
ending Saturday next, we will sell regular Si. 25 and
S1.50 per yard, fancy silks handsome stripes and
fancy figured patterns, at the uniform price of
95 cents per sard
KOBO BUST PERFECTORS
Lend added beauty and grace to the female form djvine. Any
woman who wears one can have a beautiful figure. Try one.
Pg Don't forget that we have Fine Sheer Linen for
handkerchiefs and fancy drawn work.
N. S. Sachs Dry Goods Co.,
A VOTE OF SEVEN All
TIE UP ON THE MILITARY
Two Votes Taken But the Result
Was Unchanged-Other Items
Passed In Very Quick
A NEW LINE OF
GOLF SHIRTS, PAJAMAS,
DOILIES, JEWELRY, ETC.
ARE NOW SHOWN AT
CALL AND PE CONVINCED.
14 HOTPI, ST., NEAR NUUANU
' 10,000 Barrels
ROCHE HARBOR LIME
DUB TO ARRIVE
EX. SHIP HENRY V1LLARD
THEO. H. DAVIES & CO., Ltd.
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recommended to build up?
e convalescent, strentithenthe '
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ivvun uiiu villi nuiniu.aiiu uruuuLE. auiiiuiMt-ia-i
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FOR SALE EVERYWHERE
Grass Linens in All Colors.
Sandal Wood Boxes. Pongee Silks
For Gentlemen's Sult an J also In lighter weights.
MERCHANT TAILOR, A large variety of cloths made up In the
G-OO 13ZTX, "16 Nuuanu St.
After a hard day's work yesterday
the conference committee ended up by
coming to a deadlock ocr the military
appropriations. Everything was going
along beautifully when tho clerk an
nonnccd tho department named and
there was Immediately a dead silence.
Tho Items were not In the Houso bill
but had been inserted by the Senate.
Mr. Emmcluth was the first to speak
and all he said was: "I move all tho
military Items be stricken out of tho
bill." Mr. White moved that the first
item pass. Mr. C. Urown suggested
cutting the Items In two and then let
ting the appropriations go through.
Even this compromise did not plcaso
Chairman llaldwln called for n vote
on the question of striking out all the
military appropriations but, not being
satisfied with n show of hands, he call
ed for a standing vote and this was
Ayes Rmmcluth, Monsarrnt, Naka
paahu. Kalauokalanl, l'liukl, Makalnal
Noes J. Iirown, C. Brown, naldwln,
White, Paris, Makekan and Dlinilan.
As will be seen, the vote stood tie
and the chairman wns forced to delay
the consideration of the military Items
The conference committee on coming
together yesterday afternoon, passed
tho following Items:
Road Damages Itoad damages, J50,-
000; Koails, Nllhau, 1200.
General Jailor's Cottage for North
Kona, $600; Storage for street roller
for North Kohala, .'00; Court Houso
Jail and Cistern, Kallua, $7500; court
house. Jail, jailor's house and water
tanks nt Itookena or K.lln-ika, $3100;
wharf shed at Hoopuloa, $300; erect
ing court house and Jail, East Kau,
$1500; wharf shed, Hookena, $500; re
pairs court house and jail, Wnlohlnul,
$500; Jailor's house, Klpahulu, $100;
Jail Klpahulu, $1000; repairs court
house and Jnll, Pukoo, $1500; new court
house, Walluku, $15,000; repairs La
lialna court house, fence and roller
Department of Public Instruction
Industrial and manual training, $6000;
book fund, $16,000; stationery and In
cidentals, $10,000; furniture nnd fix
tures. joOOO; expenses summer
schools, $4000; school house and
teachers' cottages, estimated cost for
Hamakua, $1000; school house for
Kanuhuhu, Kohala, $1100; school
house and furniture half-way between
Naalchu and Honuapo, $2500; school
house nnd furniture half-way between
Illlca nnd Kaalalkl, $1500; school houso
and furniture, Punaluu, $600; school
house and furniture, Waohlnu, $1000;
school houso at Hookena, $2500; erect
ing school house, Koac, Puna, $S00; re
pairing school house, 12 mllo Volcano
rond, $75; school house, Ulnlno, liana,
$5500; school house, Mokulau, $1500;
school house. Haiku, $1500; school
house Klhel, $1500; teacher's cottage,
Kaupakalue,' $800; school house, Ma
kawao, $2000; now school house, Wal
luku, $3000; teacher's cottage, Hono
kowal. Maul, $600; repairs school
house, Kamalo, $500; new school house
waiaiua, .MoioKat, ?suu; two school
houses. Wnllau nnd Pelckiinu, $1000;
support Uihalnnluna, $C000; erecting
and repairing 'building Uihalnaluna,
$10,000; repairing school buildings,
$25,000; school house and teacher's cot
age, Wnlnicn, Kaunl, $3000; school
houso and teacher's cottage, Koloa,
$3000; school house and teacher's cot
tage, LUiue, $3000; school house and
teacher's cottage, Knpan. $5400; school
hmifci) nnd teacher's cottage, Kealla.
$30f ; school house and teacher's cot
tage, Annholu nnd Koolnu, Kauai, $2,
000; school houso nnd tc.icher'b cottngc
Hnnapcpc, $1000; cpalrlng school
linllilliiBB. $25,000; general expenses,
food, clothing, tools, etc., Industrial
Mhools $5500; uichltect lujnl School,
$3150; general expenses, foo.1, clothing,
tools, etc., Industrial schools, $5500;
for erection of buildings and removal
of icformatory school for hoys to gov
ernment land between Kahiiku and
Wiilalua, $13,000; for leformatory
school for girls (at the present site
of icformatory school for boys, $10,
GOO; expenses attending school exhibit
nt Chailcston, S. C$1000.
Commission of Public Lands Inci
dentals (Including land patent books,
otc), $3230; prellmlnnty mads and
trnlls, $7000; expenses llllng boundary
Commission of Agrlculturo and For
estryMaterials, tools, supplies, hot so.
fencing, etc., $1500; importation of
I plants and seeds from foreign coun
tries ami collecting scedc, $1500; ad
ditional laborers' quarters, Nuuanu,
$5U0; feed, shoeing, etc., for hntte,
5I0O; traveling expense Konster.
$1000; quartets for two Inboicrs nnd
shed Tantalus forest, $500; one-half
expense mid freight, entomologist,
$10000; compotitlvu exhibitions of
fruit, cgetnblc8, plants, etc., $1000.
Survey Department Expense field
parties, and olllco work. $IS,000; pub
lishing maps, $1600; meteorology, $750.
Hoard of Health General cxpsnscs,
S13.0000: disinfectants and vaccine.
$2000; medicines for Territorial dts-;
pensarles, $9000; support of non-leprous
children of lepers, $20,000; In
sane asylum, $34,000; segregation, sup
port and treatment of lepers, $171,000;
Kalaupapa store, $45,000; stamped
envelopes for free use of lepers, $2000;
maintenance of garbage nnd excavator
service, $24,000; running expenses of
garbage crematory, $7200; Koloa hos
pital, Kauai, $1500; Wnlmca hospital,
Kauai, $3500; Llhue hospital, $3600;
Malulanl hospital, $8000; Hllo hospital,
$12,000; Queen's hospital, $40,000; hos
pital for Incurables, $12,000; Knplolanl
maternity home, V9600; newly built
steamer, $35,000; remodeling Kallhl
camp, $3000; fumigation expenses. $10,
000; receding hospital, dispensary and
morgue, $25,000; claim William Thom
as Callow to bo paid upon his giving a
receipt In full for the pol thrown away;
claim Kallllkanc (with same rider as
preceding Item); freight nnd passenger
guarantee for weekly common carrier
service between Honolulu (Oahu) nnd
Kaunakakal, Kamalo, Pukoo, Hatawa,
Wnllau, Pelekunu (Moloknl), Lahalna,
Knhulut (Maul), Kahatepalaoa, 'Manele,
Awalua (I-anal), not to exceed the sum
of $3000 nnd to be awarded after pub
lic bid or tenders to the lowest bid
Hand Incidentals, uniforms, ear
now music, repairs, express, etc., $2,
400; paid for extra help car fare, light,
new music express, etc.. $246; bill of
Bergrtrom Music Co. (musical goods),
$223; bill of Hawaiian News Co. (mu
sical goods), $50; bill of Chock look
(cloth for uniforms), $!.; expenses.
trips to other Islands, $8,000.
Auditing Department Incidentals
nnd traveling expenses, $4000,
HAWAIIAN TOBACCO CO.,. Ltd.,
Corner Merchant nnd Nuuunu Stti..
also HOTI3L ST.. opposite Bethel.
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.
LOYALTY 0F FILIPINOS
The Manila American gives the fot
lowing account of the treachery Out
has to be dealt within the Philippines
Tnblo Tabarcs. a native, accused of
tho murder of PrUnte George O. Itlll
of Co. II, ISth Infantry, nt Cabatttuu.
Panay, July IS. 1900, was tried by a
military commission convened at Ho
llo, found guilty and sentenced to b
hanged. The reviewing authority con
firmed the findings uno sentence with
tho following remarks:
"It appears that the accused In this
caused two of the policemen of tho
pueblo of Cnbatuan to bring to his
houso an American soldier, who, un
fortunately, wns one of weak Intellect
and strong passions; that, taking ad
vantage of the latter fact, he caused
him to be delajed in his own houso
for an hour or more, during which
time he piled him with native drink In
tho shape of vino, until he was sufll
clcntly Intoxicated for his nefarious
designs, that ho then gave positive
orders to these men to take this un
fortunate American soidtor outside of
tho pueblo and kill nlr.v, that when
theso policemen returned and reported
their action, It was not only approied,
but that he took steps 10 protect these
men from the hands of the taw, by
sending them out to Join the Insur
gents, thereby placing them practical
ly without the Jurisdiction of the Am
eilcnn Government established In thes'i
Islands; that he took advantage of the
situation to tho extent that ho cause!
to bo placed In tho hands of those In
open Insurrection against tho Amcil
can Government, of thlch ho wns nt
tho time an officer, the gun, bcl nnd
ammunition of which tncy had strip
ped the deceased. At no time during
the intervening months, while he was
still holding office as sergeant of poll'
under the American Government did
he make known his knowledge of tho
crime that had been committed. Tho
proceedings, findings and sentence aro
"The sentence Is confirmed nnd will
be duly executed at tho pueblo of Ca
batuan. Island of Panay, P. I., on tho
11th day of June, 1901, under tho dltec
tlon of tho commanding general De
partment of tho Ylsayns,
Blank hooks of nil sorts, ledgers, etc.
manufactured by tho Bulletin Publish.
We will Install two 'phones complete under a guarantee at a price- -well
you ennnot afford to be without them.
The Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.,
Hawaiian Engineering and Construction Co.
ROOMS 508, 509, 510 STANGENWALD BUILDING.
P. O. BOX 834. TEL. MAIN 70
All classes of Engineering Work solicited; Examinations, Surveys and Re
ports made for any class of Waterworks, Steam and Electric Construction;
Plans and Specifications and Estimates Prepared, nnd Construction Superin
tended, In nil branches of Engineering Work; Contracts solicited for Hall
roads, Electric nnd Steam; Tunnels, Bridges, Buildings, Highways, Founda
tions, Piers, Wharves, etc.
Special attention given to Examinations, Valuations, and Reports of
Properties for Investment purposes.
FIIEDEHICK J. AMWEO, M. AM. Soc. C. B.,
Engineer and Manager.
W. II. CASTLE JIl., Secretary and Treasurer
Metropolitan Meat Co.,
Fresh Meats and Fish
by Every Steamer
From the Coast that has Cold Storage.
Choice Beef, Veal, Mutton,
Lamb and Pork always
Also Poultry, Salmon and Halibut.
FOR SALB AT
The Metropolitan Market, King St., Tel. 45.
The Booth, Fishmarket, Telephone 379.
Central Market. Nuuanu St., Telephone 104.
AV1NG PURCHASED TUB GRO-ERY BUSI
NESS OF MS. CHS. HUSTACB, we wMi to
inform the general public that we are prepared to fill
orders promptly, every attention will be given to careful delivery
We ask a share of your patronage : : : :
BBST - QUALITY - GOODS.
C. J. DAY & CO.
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