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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU; H. T FRIDAY,, JULY. 28. ,lMt.
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OF THE TIMES
GOTTOH, LfflEH 1HD: TURKISH TOWELS
Many other stores'are selling thesesame value for twice whit we aik,
simply because there It always such a demand for towels that It Is no trouble
to get high prices forth 'in. ' Our prices are always the lowest. This
we:k, this week only-they're going to bejower than ever, because we struck
such a towel bargain that we can afford to sell a long way below any other
store In Honolulu.
Cottoi Tewels at Factory
Slz: i8x)7 Honey Comb Towels
Regular ll.oo value.
Slz: 21x48 Honey Comb Towels
$1.30 a dozen.
Regular $1.50 value.
Size HtfxiiK Honey Comb
Towels. l.48Ti doxe'n.
Regular $2 00 value.
Tirkisk Tewels at
. , Tekitlif Prices
,'S're io!iXi4' Turkish Towels,
Sl.au a dozen.
'2a xi", Turkish Towels,
1.40 a dozen.
19x39 Turkish Towels,
$2 10 a dozen.
This size Is extra heavy and
would be cheap at f j.co a dozen.
Size 32x48, Turkish .Towels, i
7.ui 1 1119 i in CAiia urn
nd extra heavy towel that Mils
regularly at 4- per ,do:en,
PRISONERS WILL IAYE
Attorney F". M. Brooks Files-Mire
Petitions for Habeas Corpus in
Behalf of Prisoners Ille- -'
Linen Torwels.at Cotton Prioas;
You'd be lucky to buy themat
these prices ur.derthe old tariff ' '
Size 17)1X29, Pure Linen, fure white and colored bo der,
regular 2.00 value ; this week only at $1.40 a dozen.
Size 18x36, Pure Linen, all whits, cheip even at 12,25. Think
of this week's price - $1 OS a dozen.
Size 22144, Extra Quality Pure Llren, colored border and
fringed, beiutlful towelst $8 08 a. dozen.
Size 21x37, Extra Fine Pure Linen Towel thit regularly ells
at I4.C0 ; Our price this week Is $3 10 a dozen.
These towels are cheaper than
gold dollars at o cents. Come -
along qulcklv, the sale lasts
this week only. ::::.:
N. S. Sachs Dry Goods Co.,
OLD FRIENDS TENDER
HIM KIND RECEPTION
Leading Hen of Florence, Ariz , E:-
prtss Their Regard for Former
Associate and Citizen A.
HAWAIIAN TOBACCO CO., Ltd.,
Corner Merchant and Nuuanu St.
nlwo HOTEL. ST., opposite Botheil.
Golf Shirts, Pajamas,
Dollies, Jewelry Etc.
JL N.E33K. LINE OF; ,!i;4
6. 8. SIERRA.
Belts, c .
READY MADE SUITS
ARE NOW 'SHOWN AT ,
CALL AND PE CONVINCED. 14 HOTEL ST., NEAR NUUANU
Attorney F, M. Krooks late yester
day afternoon filed applications with
Judge Oear (or writs of habeas corpus
la behalf of lhara Ichlgoru, Oaekl
llaruklcfcl, Chlda Mau'gabdro nnd.AYa
manV Nlnchlno. All of these petition
ers were convicted by less than unani
mous Jury verdict,- contrary to""the
constitution. Ichlgoru was convicted
of murder In the first, degree, ,Ma.y 22,
1899, and sentenced 'to Oahii prison", for
Ave' years by Judge Perry. "Nln'chlro
was convicted of manslaughter In the
second ; degree end was sentenced by
Judge Pefry to serve fifteen yean.
The writs applied for were allowed
and .9: SO tomorrow morning, set for a
bearing.- - - 1
The convicts now serving time In
Hawaiian! prisons under conviction
reached contrary tp the Constitution
of the United States' are as follotvi:
7 Den Kuplhca, rape, March 3, lsi3. 3
Oengi, assault with deadly wcjr.cn,
August IB,. 1899 7 year., St&nlty.
Yong, Look' Nee. .murder secoud de
gree. December;' 1699. life; Kaltia.
Lum Ko, larceny first degree, IS
months, March 13, 1900; Perry. T
Kalope arson, May 8, 1900. 2 jears;
Kaluna. burglary, first degree. May
14. 1 900, ilSjjy ears; Btanley.
William jBster, manslaughter, May
25, 1900, 20 years; Stanley.
Lono Oplo, rape June 8 1900, 4
years; Kalua. '
Ah Quong. rape, January 12, 1S99,
Wong Chew Hung, manslaughter
first degree, January 12, 1S99, 10
years; Wilder. ,
Huekonl, burglary second degree.
April 8, 1899, 5 years; Wilder.
Hanalel Napua Pahcc, murder sec
ond degree, October 6, 1899, 20 years;
Lo On Pau, burglary, second degree.
October 18, 1898, 12 years; Stanley.
Hamada, burglary first 'degree, April
5,' 1899, 3 years; Wilder,?
Maklhara Katsutaro; t manslaughter.
second (degree, July 18, '1899 7 years;
Lee. Lang, larceny first degree, Oc
tober IS. 1898, 4 years; Stanley.
Chow Yuen Toon, alias Papaaloa,
assault, with deadly weapon, 'March 5,
1900, 2 years; Parsons.
.Amu Bang larceny first degree, Oc
tober 18, 1898, 4 years; Stanley.
Kaluahlnc, rape, January 6, 1S99, 8
ROCHE HARBOR LIME
Office 'Phone, 390.
Works 'Phone, 389
The Florence (Arli.) Trlbuno of
July 13 publishes tbe following account
of a banquet tendorcd Judge Humph
reys: il-aat Saturday evening a number of
citizens tendered n banquet to a form
er townsman. United States Circuit
Judge Abram S. Humphreys of Hono
lulu. They took this method of ex
pressing their regard for Judge
HumDhreya in welcoming him back to
his old homo after flvo cars' absence
n the Hawaiian Islands.
ine aistrnguisncu gentleman was
cordially received, and the hearty wel
come given him was evidently appre
ciated. In responding to a toast to
"the guest of the evening." Judge
Humphreys' voice was tremulous with
emotion. . He was tu!;rn unawares, but
In a neat speech ri (pressed his gratifi
cation for the compliment and his
great pleasure imagain meeting his
The banquet hall was the spacious
dlnlpg room of the Florence Hotel.
Coers were laid for twenty-five, and
every seXt was rilled. The refresh
ments, both solid and liquid, were all
that.nny one could desire.
Our Hough Rider, under Sheriff
Oeorge E. Truman, acted as ,toast
master In a witty rind acceptable man
ner, and with toasts, responses, songs
and stories a couple of pleasant hours
soon passed. Tho unexcelled music of
the Olivas orchestra added no llttlo to
the success of the occasion. It was by
all odds the most cordial, good-natured
and heartfelt affair of the kind
ever given In Florence, and when
Judge Humphreys left for the Bast
the following day he took with him
tho best wishes or every one.
Among thoso present who tendered
the compliment to Judge Humphreys
were: W. C. Truman. Sheriff; J. O.
Keating. Chairman of the Hoard of Su
pervisors; Thou. N.Wlllls, supervisor:
Jasse F. Mayhcw, Supervisor; J. E.
O'Connor. District Attorney; Judge M.
M. mckeypw. Y, Price, manager of
the Cast Orande Valley Canal Com
pany; C. D. Ileppy and John M. Phy
of tbe Tribune; D. C. Stevens. Clerk of
the District Court; Thos. O. Peyton,
County Recorder; K. A. Chamberlln,
County Assessor; 8. A. Bartteson,
member Twentieth Legislature; U K.
Dralsex-Shcrlrf;il. I). Arballo. mem
ber City Council; John Nissen. mining
man; Chas. M. Foreman, cattleman:
J. H. Down, ex-Supervisor: Dr. W. A.
Rich, railroad promoter; . W. V.
Lander, treasurer 'Newbury Mining
SaVe YOlir Wife Many Steps by InstaUiig
A House Telephone fro.
Ym will lever
part with it.
Upstairs to Kitchen, .
House to Servants' Quarters,
House to Stable, Etc.
We will Install two 'phones complete under a r larantee at a price- -well
you cannot afford to be without them.
The Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.,
Alakea 8treet. -;
Hawaiian Engineering and Contraction Co.
ROOMS 508, 509, 510 STANGENWALD BUILDING.
P. O. BOX 834- TEL. MAIN 70
All classes ot Engineering Work solicited; Examinations, Surveys and Re
ports made for any class ot -Waterworks. Steam and Electric Construction;
Plans and Specifications and Estimates Prepared, and Construction Superin
tended, In all branches oi Engineering Work; Contracts solicited for Rail
roads. Electric and 8team; Tunnels, Dridges, Buildings, Hlghs-ays, Founda
tions, "Piers, Wharves, etc.
Special attention given to Examinations, Valuations, and Reports of
Properties for Investment purposes.
FREDERICK J. AMWEO, H. AM. Boc C. E..
Engineer and Manager.
W. R. CASTLE JR., Secretary and Treasurer.
THEO. H. DAVIES & CO., Ltd.-!
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IRISHMEN WERE DEFEATED
Klllniney, July 13. The University
of Pennsylvanli crew won their rac)
against Trinity College, Dublin, crew.
Thp course was fiom Glen's Hay to
Cnstleougl Day. Tho water was
smooth and thero was no wind. Tho
vlctoiy of tho American crew was a
hollow one. A Kood start was niado a(
4! 05 n. m. The Irish crew looltthe
lend In tho beginning, rowing thirty-
eight stioUes'to tho minute, while tho
Amcricans'roweit forty strokes. The
Trinity shell was seen to he In the
lend for about thirty seiomls; then
tho Penns)lvanians drew up even And
Immediately, took Drat place. At the
end 'of 'the first minute tho i'ennsyl
vanlans'wcre uejlfln front and'at once
drew clear, widening tho dlsanceuntil
at'the Iralsh they Were twenty lengths
ahead, having covered tho course In
sixteen minutes and twenty seconds.
PERRY TRIBUTE UNVEILED
Peking, Jury 10, The Ministers of
tbe I'owcra now freely admit that the
prospect ot a conclusion of negotiations
in growing darker. 1 lie. situation Is
riost serious, as the deadlock lum con
tinued for more than a month. 'The
meeting arranged for today was post
poned because it was apparent that the
proceedings would be fruitless.
It was at the meeting ot, July lltli
that' tbe Ministers had something In
the nature of an agi cement ns to the
Indemnity, but almost Immediately a
radical difference developed between
Oreat llrltaln and Russia as to the de
tills of tho plan of payment. All the
Ministers were ln,,arcord with the
bcheme early, In June, subject' to the
approval ot their governments; biA
Great Britain disapproved of tbe ar
rangement on the ground that It did
not adequately protect her commercial
Interests. The neutral Ministers assert
that either Great Britain or Russia
must make material concessions before
a roncluslon of the agicement Is possible.
Meanwhile Urn committees of the
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ill Vffi'i,.; ss'jb&
Yokohama, July H. The ceremony
of unveiling, at Kurlhama, the monu
ment to' commemorate tho landing
there of Cfuumodoie Perry, July 14,
1CKQ it -to tiovfmimAil I rA n ! Divm
Admiral Rcdgcrs. commanding 'Ministers aro working u,.on comparn
!,,,.., ..'...- ,. .... lively unliiinortunt detnlls. mich us lm
1 iiuei nuns tiHiing unuauiun, it- . , r. , ... ' . ... .,
count KKnUiin. the j.Danenl 1'remleM .'L'V-W ?-ri. :! Jmt the
,uiiv.,v,i n,V mnH,r.,ita .h Minanciai quesuoii wes tuic,i me ncgo
,,ml.M- f mhrr .lnnn,P nffl?lfll nr.UtlP"8 l-0l,ll bc clo8ei n "a"'
high lank were present. Three Ainef
IciidV 01(1' Hvc Japanese war ships e.i
luUd.fi Speeches wcie mndo by Amer
icans and Jrimneso, nil dwtlllnc uron
the t'ldifc- lelatlnns betwetn the two
" If you don't aut uhiskey to get tbe bet of yon, yon mut gt
the bt of whiskey."
" 1 do lady, but when a fdlow't only got a nickel he can't buy
W; C. Peacock & Co., Ltd,, .?..
Metropolitan Meat Co.,
Fresh Meats and Fish
by Every Steamer
From the Coast that has CoM Storage.
Choice Beef, Veal. Mutton,
Lamb and Pork always
IsrccommeHded to build ufi
B CADVAiWcirt MvfrMtflwithp 1
I weak and oVerworfted.and pr9duce;spundW
'FOR SALE EVERYWHERE
New Light Blue Grass Linen
nlno otficr colors,
European GooJs for Ladles' Suits. Pongee SIIUs
Nev Patterns for Gentlemen'.- Suits In Lighter Weights
MBRCHANT TAILOR, A lance variety of cloths made up In the
GOO KIM, 1116 Nuuanu St. '
LONDON MAKKKT SLUMP.
London, July 15. The Stoelc Ex
change todayj was , engaged with tho
'preliminaries of tho settlement. Theie
were m.irhed and heavy declines In
lulces nud .larger movements In the
money marlfct. "A feeling of anxiety
prevailed, especially in tho market lor
Americans. The rumor that baiuuri
would not lend on American, securities
is a gioss exaggeration,11 Lenders, how
ever, nro chnry all around where lon
pcrlodb of time aro asked tor.
Criimols hae fallen another I, to
91 1-10, thu lowest point reached sltico
uiicumausm nas been cured In n
multltudo of cases during the past sixty
years by PAIN-KILLEIl. This potent
remedy rubbed vigorously In nnd
around tho suffering parts, will relieve
all stiffness, reduce the swelling, and
kill all pain. The most stubborn'cases
yield to this treatment when persevere 1
In. Avoid substitutes, there Is but one
I Faln-Klllcr, Terry Davis', 23c and 60c.
Also Poultry, Salmon and Hnllbut.
HARD TIMESJN GERMANY
Washington, July 10. If tlm.deblll
tatlon of German Industrlcb continues
much longer it will sJrlonsly affect
United States tiade with tbe empire,
says Consul IMcderlch. at Ilremcn, In
a report to the SUto Department on
tho alarming Industrial crisis that now!
The laboring men of tho country, he
says, barely succeed In keeping bodyi
and soul together, while tho monthly
reports as to thonumber of men who
are idle and seeking employment are
startling. Then, too, Germany Is pre
paring to liar est tho poorest crop she
lias produced fon many years. Tho tex
tile, coal, chemical, cement and various
other Industries hao been affected
moio or less seriously. Much Is hoped
for from the commercial treaties now
TO CUBE A UULU IN ONE DAY
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablet
All drugglsta refund tho money If It
tails to cure. B. W, Grove's signature
la nn Aaph hiv 9R Mnl.
FOR SALE AT
The Metropolitan Market, King St., Tel. 45.
The Booth, Fbhmarket, Telephone 379.
Central Market, Nuuanu S . Telephone 104.
AVING PURCHASED THB GROCERY' BUSI
NESS OF Mt. CIUS. 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 : : r :
BBST - QUALITY - GOODS.
C. J. DAY & CO.
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