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EVENING BCLLET1N, HONOLULU, II. T TUESDAY. JULY 16. 1901.
ft Notable Bargains
FOR SIX DAYS
MONDAY, TUESDAY, WEDNLSDAY,
THUNSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY.
All Wool Dress Goods
BveryWoman hasn't completed her
summer dressmaking yet, so here's an
opportunity to reap the benefit of price
reductions, nothing short of phenomenal.
New Goods, Carefully Selected Designs
and Exclusive Patterns.
THEY ARE THE KINDS THAT ARE POPULAR NOW.
Fine All Wool Camel' Hair Plaid effects.
42 Inches wide, reduced from 85 cent
for this week only.
Fine All Wool Camel's Hair Plaids, fancy
and stylish, 46 Inches wide. Regular $1.53
value, this week at 75 cents a yard.
Fancy Checked Scotch Tweeds that are
used for ultr stylish suitings. They are
56 Inches wide. The old price was St.25,
but now Is 85 cents a yard.
Fancy Crepons, all wool, 44 Inches wide
and extra quality. Regular 91.25 alu,
for 00 cents a yard this week.
Black All Wool Crepons, very handsome
designs and effects, 42 Inches wide. Re
duced from 1 1.25.
All Wool Blatk Crepons. a erv extra
quality In effects not to be found else
where. They are 42 Inches wide and are
the regular J1.50 a yard goods reduced to
fl.15 tnls week only.
WASH FABRICS GALORE
for hot dajs In Immense assortments of the most
deslMble fabrics at a notable saving from regular
prices. SWISSES, ORGANDIES, LAWNS.
PERSIAN LAWNS, DIMITIES, NAINSOOKS
ETC. Then we have for the Trimmings
BEAUTIFUL LACBS AND INSERTIONS
Remember you won't find as large an assortment
nor as reasonable prices anywhere else : : : :
N. S. Sachs Dry Goods Co.,
ENMELUTH AND MAKEKAU
CROSSED SWORDS YESTERDAY
Talk of Coffee and the Military's
Saloon Makekau and His
SUPREME LODGE WILL
LOCATE THE SURPLUS
Injudicious Handling Has Put En
dowment Rank in Bad
HAWAIIAN TOBACCO CO., Ltd.,
Corner .Merchant nnd Nuunnu StH,,
iilwo HOT12L ST.. oppowltc Bothl.
A NEW LINE OF
GOLF SHIRTS, PAJAMAS,
DOILIES, JEWELRY, ETC.
ARE NOW SHOWN AT
CALL AND PE CONVINCED.
14 HOTFL ST.. NEAR NUUANU
ROCHE HARBOR LIME
DUB TO ARRIVE
EX. SHIP HENRY VILLARD
THEO. H. DAVIES & CO., Ltd.
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Yestordny afternoon's session of tlin
Houso wns rather Ions and stormy.
Parting salutntlons .cre exchanged
with great frequency. Makekau ami
Ummcluth at last came to tbo ronclu
Flon that they could no longer Ihe
apart, they lood each other so. The
talk of the afternoon ranged from the
comber question of the wherewithal
with which, to pay the Fire Claims, to
coffee and still mo.'c Inebriating
The Appropriation bill was dually
cent on Its way rcjfllclm and will find
Its next h.ncu of rest In the (iencmor's
tt was during the dlrcusslon of thL
hill, that Kmtnelulh and Makekau told
the assembled throng what great and
undying loc thej boro each omit
Makekau wanted to reject the bill
because the secretary of tho ennft renin
committee had dared to prcsint It to
the House. The llamikua statesman
thought that the bill should come from
tho chairman of the committee alone.
This last remark struck a corres
ponding chord In Emmeluth.
"Mr. Speaker,, ho 3atd, "1 wns here
all da )csterday at work on amend
ments which that scntlcnt.m helped
"I mine," b,roke In Dickey, "that tho
Attorney General be Instructed to pro
ceed against Mr. Emmeluth for break
ing tho Sunday law."
"Where was Mr. Makekau?" continu
ed Mr. nmnicluth, not heeding the In
terruption. "If that M-'ntleman had
been true to his trust and this I Ionic.
Mr. Speaker , all those Senatorial
amendments would not hae been
"Gentlemen, after doing such n ills
honest thing as otlng for tho military,
the would-be Senator from llamakua
vcnt ocr to tho militia's saloon and
procured his recompense In cheap
"What business Is that of jours
where I went and what I did?" cried
Makekau, jumping to his feet. "It li
my own money."
"It Is my business," answered Um-
melutli, "us I am looking out for the
good of tho people."
Compliments now pasted thick and
fast across the House, and open hostili
ties seemed lne liable, when Hockley
lalml) precipitated himself Into the
breach and mocd that the bill pass.
Heckle) 's motion carried. Ajes 27,
noes 1. 1'rcndcrgast alone stood out
against tha bill.
In talking oor Paris resolution
asking for 11 tariff on coffee, Emmr-
luth and Hooks exchanged a few
broadsides. Kmrncluth reported on the
resolution, ndUslttg that the speclflo
tax of secn cents a pound bo stricken
out. Ho stated that tho action of the
gotornmont In 1S9J was responsible
for tho decline of tho coffee trade.
"What's that got to do with coffee?"
"Eer) thing," enmo thu answer.
Hooks said: "I wish Mr. Emmeluth
would get oer hnrplng on old sores
and tho P. G. and talk coffee. I
happen to know what I am talking
about, which I do not b'llco tho hnn
orablo gentleman does. In the first
placo I don't hellcio tho gcntlcmna
tor diopped a dollar In coffee."
Emmeluth hastened to assure Hoogs
that ho had been unlucky In a little
"Well, nn) way," replied Hoogs, "lit
b)gones bo b)gones."
"Yes," answered Emmeluth, "when
tbo b)gones aio hooked onto toda."
The resolution was finally adopted.
Achl's Tiro Claims resolution finally
passed after being (hinted from u con
current resolution to a joint onn
Makekau and Kmmcluth had another
little spat whUh simmered down Into
hot nlr ,
The Houso finally adjourned until
Chicago, July 9. Ileblnd clocd
aud carefully guarded doors, tho Su
preme I.odgc of the Knights of Pjthlas
today met In special wsslon to con
sider alleged "Injudicious handling of
the funds of tho endowment rank of
It Is said $300,000, the entire surplus
of the endowment tank has been su
badly handled during the past few
)enrs that tt Is umuallable for use, ex
cept at a great mu rlflcc.
Meanwhile the death rate has In
creased to such an txt ut that the rank
la ? 100,000 behind en death claims.
Along with .1 discission of the propi r
treatment for olttilals said to be re
sponsible for the condition, will go
consideration of measures for the
restoration of the rank to Its former
basis. A special assessment on l'l-I
sured members aud an Increase In tho
monthly pn) incuts on Insurance wen
said to be probable 1 members of tho
Supremo Lodge before they went Into
'1 he meeting wilt continue three
ila)s or posslbl) longer, It Is thought.
5 recommended to build ui j
vM IP Hhe convalescent, strentihen the .
weak andOWftvorkYd.'and nroduce.siiiiiid..AJ
l.ci.i.aHi -r ,.1, " 1
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 'phone1? complete under a guarantee at a price- -well
you ennnot nfford to be without them.
The Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.,
Hawaiian Engineering and Construction Go.
ROOMS 508, 509, 510 STANGhNWALD I3UILDING.
P. O. BOX 834. TEL. MAIN 70
All classes of Engineering Work solicited; Examinations, Surc)s and Re
ports mado for nn)-class of Waterworks Steam nnd Electric Construction:
Plans and Speclflcntlons and Estimates Prepared, nnd Construction Superin
tended. In nit brnnchoi of Engineering Work; Contracts solicited for Hall
roads, Electric nnd Steam; Tunnels, Ilrldges, Ilulldlngs. UlghAa)s, Founda
tions, Piers, Whan ci, etc.
Special attention glcn to Examinations, Valuations, and Reports ot
Properties for Inestmont purposes.
KIIEDEKICK J. AMWEO. M. AM. Soc. C. E,
Engineer aud Mnnngor.
W. It. CASTLE Jit.. Secretary and Treasurer.
Washington, July C The report
from llrussels that Former President
Krugcr, being urged to notify the
Powers that unless they Intervene In
tho South African contest, he will com.
mission prhatecrs. Is not treated se
It Is well understood as an outcome
of tho war with Spain that the United
States Government will necr again,
except In the most cxtrnordlnar) emer
gency, Issue letters of marque and tho
same reasons that Impel the flcneru
ment from recognlzllng uny such war
runts Issued by another nation even
were that nation in full standing. In
tho caso of tho Spanish wnr, both of
tho belligerents, by agreement, re
(raining from issuing commissions to
privateers and It now has been many
)cars since tho Hag of any respcctnble
nation has lion it over such craft.
In the caso of Mr. krugcr It Is cc-
tremel) doubtful whether he would If
the lssuo were forced In this wa) bo
recognized as n de facto prisMcut au
thorized to Issue commissions to prl
atccrs. That point would have to bo
settled at the outset .mil each nation
whose- commerce was affected or was
threatened by tho privateers would de
termine for Itself his (ompctenc). It
Is scarcely to bo expected that they
would decide against their own com
mercial Interests, so tin t Mr. Knitter's
privateers would find It (Utlkult to be
en re general recognition.
Tho threat to send out privateers
without President Krugcr's consent Is
Idle. It Is pointed out hero thnt such
craft would be pirates pure and simple,
and the civilized worll would sweep
them off trie sens If they should begin
operations ngalnst tho commerce ot
Ilhnk books of all sorts, ledgers, etc.
manufactured by tho Uultetln Publish
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
The Metropolitan Market, King St., Tel. 45.
FOR SALB AT 1 he Booth, Fishmarlvet, Telephone 379.
Central Market, Nuuanu St., Telephone 104.
HAVING PURCHASED TUB GROCERY BUSI
NESS OF MR. CIIAS. HUSTACB, we wish 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.
TH JL -Lv E N I N G B U L LET I N
THE OLDEST HAWAIIAN DAILY I'AIM.R
A M.GNDYKI! FOR AUV IBTISiKS J , Jt jt Jt , Jt Jl
FOR SALE EVERYWHERE
Grass Linens in All Colors.
Sandal Wood Boxes. Pongee Silks
For Gentlemen's Suits an J also In lighter w eights.
MERCHANT TAILOR, A large variety of cloths made up In the
GOO Kim, UIO Nuuanu St.
MAUI HOTEL CHANGII.
WuIluKu. July 13. At a sneelal meet
ing of the board of I'lrectors of tho 1
Maul hotel )esterda) morning, V. II. I
Held, maunger, was requested to re-1
sign, ami A. T. Hugencantp, formally I
manager of tho I tan 1 store, was nt'
pointed In his stead. The now manager
has already assumed control of tho ho
tel, and the board of directors, liellco
thut under his managment, tho Maul
Drug Co. corporation, will hao n most
prosperous future. Then' Is a gi n
eral U'gret In Wnlluku among tho nu
merous friends of .Mr. Held thnt the
board had taken this cxtrcnto step, for
It was dun to Mr. Hold's efforts, and
no one else, thnt Wnlluku hoists of n
hotel worth) of tho name Hut the
board Is crj mute nbout tho subject
and outsldu rumors aio but matters of
eonjtctute. Mr Hold has mntcd ocr
to the Windsor.
TO CUHE A UUUMN ONE DAY.
Take Laxatlvo Drorno Quinine Tabled.
All druggists refund tbo money It It
fulls to cure. C W. Drove's signature
i nn parh box 25 cent.
Reaping the grain
from which the world renowned Cyrus
Noble whiskey is distilled.
Nothing but the finest srae ' corn or
rye is used.
No expense is spared in its distillation.
That Is why it has been the leader all over
the world for over seventy years.
It is six years in wood before bottling.
It is pure and honest.
A great aid to digestion.
An ideal appetizer. '
W. C. PEACOCK & CO., LTD.T Sole Agents
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