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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, H. T., THURSDAY, AUQUST 8. 1901.
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MEET ME AT SACHS'
To Make the Hot
ALL OVER the store the things that help to make warm
weather bearable, forgi to the fro vi at prices both
wonderful and startling in their littleness. For In
itjnce, SUMMER CORSETS, of which t carry a great variety,
and mention one in particular.
THE R. & G. CORSET
Will Not Stretch. Will Not Break at the Waist.
Is absolutely rust-proof, and not only a corset of
strength, but a corset of GRACE AND COMFORT.
No other Corset to compare with it. Try it.
by the wy, you ought to examine our EMPIRE
S U M M E R C O R S h T. The price is 75 cents.
If nature has not given you the u ure you most
desire, the Kobo Bust Perfector will gratily
your wishes and furnish what nature forgot.
FOR - THE - CHILDREN
We have the FERRIS WAISTS, the standard of
excellence for the sprou'ing generation. We carry
a full line of sizes for Misses and Children : : :
IF THE WOMAN
Who set up the cucumber as the standard of cool
ness could hove looked through our WASH (MATER
IALS, OUR FIGURED ORGANDIES, SILK
STRIP GRASS I INENS, or COTTON GREN
ADINbS in Cream Linen Color and Navy Blue would
have heen her thermometer. The reason is they're
as light and coal as it is possible to luve them
and the prices are ns light as the goods. : : : :
Before cluing this little talk, we wish to say that we
have just icceived a new shipment cf White Shirt
Wa'sts, Wash Neckwear, Windsor Scarfs. New Side
Comb, Fascinators and Worsted Knit Shawls.
Come and see them. - -------!
N. S. Sachs Dry Goods Co.,
ROCHE HARBOR LIME
DUB TO ARRIVE
EX. SHIP HENRY V1LLARO
I THEO. H. DAVIES & CO., Ltd.
A NOW LINE OF
Golf Shirts, Pajamas,
Dollies, Jewelry Etc.
S. 8. SIERRA.
READY MADE SUITS
ARE NOW SHOWN AT
FAILS TO BRING CASES
BEFORE GRAND JURY
Would Hold Men in Prison After
Release on Habeas Corpus
Without Presentment to
Attorney Gcnrrn' Pole Is still play
ing the Jester nt ioiirt..
After two dojs of work on the pari
of the Grand Jury, tailed for the xpo
clnl purpose of Inv estimating the ha
beas corpus cases, the fact comes n
the surface that the grand lnqtilslturi.il
body has been held to the consideration
of petty larceny matters coming up
from the District Court. Yesterday uf
tcrnoon Judge Gear, having beer, ap
prised of the situation, sent toi the
Grand Jury and Instructed that I ml)
to aocortaln from the Attorney Gen
oral, whether he Intended to bring tliu
habeas corpus case before the gr.mil
Jury or not. Judge (leer ntcd, that
the txprcs purpose for which the
Grind Jmy hul been mllcd m to
Investigate these mut'er.v. There .i
no other reason for calling In such a
body at this tint". Now the At n 7
General Is ncglec'lni ti bring i' ha
beas corpus case bcfoic the, u.anci
Jury, but fritters away Its tim with
Insignificant mlsdmeanor matt? '.
Judge Gear said 1" could not imltr-
stnnd why It was that men who n.i.l
been convicted of serious crime and
who bad been Imprisoned contir.r, to
the Constitution of the Unite I Stale,
should be compelled to lnn,iKh In
prison when they had A right ricidam
unless un Indictment b) the Gram'
Jury would be against them, lie could
not understand why trlvi.il casts of
petty larceny were given precedence
over such grave matters In the grand
Jury room. The Court was clearly of
u mind to dlschaige the Grand Jit ut
nme If It is the Intention of the At
tomey General to Juggle like a Jester
with the serious business in hand.
Judge Gear went on to characterize
tho action of the Attorney Genet al as
cxtrnordlnniy In the extreme. First In
appealing such a case to the Supiemo
Court as the liberation of n prisoner
upon a writ of habeas corpus; sec
ondly e, in le.ticrstlng the discharged
prisoners upon the original charge and
thirdly, refusing to allow the matter
to come before a Grand Jury which has
the power to ninko the Imprisonment
of the arrested men legal by an Indict
ment, or set them Irrevocably free by
falling to rind a true bill.
WOMAN IS RELEASED
Couldn't Have Married Him Anjway
But Traveled 1000 Miles to
Fulfill the Law of
New York, August 1. An cxtraordl
narllj rate ceremon. based bj the
Jews directly upon the teachings of
the Old Testament, has Just been per
formed In this city, when a young
woman who had traveled 1000 miles
was released from the obligation -of
marrying her ikceaieil husband
brother, saH tho New York Times.
Iho obligation of a woman marrjlng
the brother of her deceased husband,
according to nmlint lleiircw law.aronct
when her husband died before chil
dren were born to tho pair.
The oung woman In the ease Is Mrs
Gcolda I .an, a young Roumanian
Jewess from Bucharest. A little over
three years ago she married llmnniicl
lacs. when she was but 18 years old.
Within three months the husband died.
All this happened In llucharcst. The
brother-in-law. whom, according to
the faith, the young woman must
marry. Is Samuel lics of Iiist Forty-
ninth street, this city, l-tics was al
ready married, and , therefore, of
comsi. cold 1 1 not have married the
widow of his brother, even if he had,
wanted to. The oung woman opened
negotiations with her New ork rela
tive soon after tho death of her hus
band, but her brother-in-law found It
Impossible to travel abroad to have
the ceremony of dispensing with the
obligation performed. Without this
dispensation accoidtng to the law, the,
widow could not marry again.
Under the circumstances the widow
decided to come to America In get the
desired release and It was this cere
mony which was performed lu a llttla
front room on the second lloor of the
tenement house on Norfolk street.
A poitlon of the Talmud was read
by tho rabbi who, nt tho end "f the
reading, produced a sandal of peculiar
nml ancient pattern. It was made of
two pieces of leather and was fastened
with latches and two long thongs.
Stooping, ho fastened this to the foot
of Lain. The widow was then directed
to kneel lu front of tho man nml use
only her right hand to untie the shoe.
After this was done she ntose, held
tho shoe high nhove her head and cast
It on the tloor In front of her brother-in-law.
The two principals were then
declared free to go their own vny.
HAWAIIAN TOBACCO CO., Ltd.,
Cornoi- Aler-cticint unci Nuueinu StM.,
uImo I IOTI5L. ST., oppoMlto Bethel.
Office 'Phone, 3C30.
Works 'Phone, 389
Save Your Wife Many step
A House Telephone from
s by Installing
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 g larantee at a price- -well
you cannot attortl to be without tliem.
The Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.,
Hawaiian Engineericg and Construction Co.
ROOMS 508, 509, 510 STANGENWALD BUILDING.
P. O. BOX 834. TEL. MAIN 70
All classes of Knglnrcrlng Work solicited; Examinations, Surveys and Re
ports mado for any class of Watcrworka, Steam and Ulcctrlc Construction;
Plans and Speculation and Estimates Prepared, and Construction Superin
tended, In all branchcA of Engineering Work; Contracts solicited for Rail
roads, Electric and Steam; Tunnels, Drldgcs, Uulldlugs, Highways, Founda
tions, Piers, Wharves, ttc.
Special nttcntlon given to Examinations. Valuations, ind Reports of
Properties for Investment purposes.
FREDERICK J. AMWEO. M. AM. Soc. C. a,
Engineer and Manager.
W. R. CASTI.E JR.. Secretary and Treasurer.
Metropolitan Meat Co,,
and pe convinced.
14 HOTEL ST., NEAR MJUAMJ
C, II. Tracy, ilty sanitary ofllcer In
bis report to the llonrd of Health jes
ter day, had the following to say re
garding prlvnto sewers;
1 have been working on the Idea that
It Is best to do away with a cesspool
altogether when possible ns It gives
the Inspectors mote time to tend to the
other portions ot tfielr districts.
The work of the month I spent In In
terviewing the pioperty owners along
Vineyard vticet and Collego walk and
getting their signatures for tho con
struction of tho government sewer
from a point on Vine) aril street half
wny between Llllhn street and Niimuiu
Btrenm along Vineyard street to Col
lego walk thence down College Walk
paralleling the stream to Join King
The cost to the property owners ac
cording to the flgutcs of .Mr. Edwards,
the engineer, Is to be $1754 and tho
government is to furnish free all pipe,
brltk and man holo covers. Tho sign
ed agreements weic turned over to .Mr.
Ilu)d, Supcilutendent of Public Works
about a week ago 11111I tha vvcnk has
loiniuince.il. This sown when com
pleted nml the I.ilihii street and King
street sewers will dtnlti prai'tlcall) all
of the woist part of the ilty be)nd
C. II. TRACY.
MAD MULLAH ROUTtil).
Aden, Arnbla, Jul) 2S In a light be
tween the Mad Mullah mid tho llrlttoh
July 15th. the former was routed leav
ing seventy killed. The llrltlsh c.iciiil
ties were I.lcut lredrlck nn.l twelve
men killed nod Lieut. Dlxun and
twenty men wounded.
Those wishing reliable horses, ex
perienced drivers, new rigs, fair prizes
and courteous treatment should call i
the Territory Ktahles. Tbelr telephone
number Is Main 35. They deliver and
call for rigs free of charge.
Fresh Meats and Pish
by Every Steamer
From the Coast that has Cohl Storage,
Choice Beef, Veal, Mutton,
Lamb and Pork always
Also Poultry, Salmon and Halibut.
FOR SALE AT
The Metropolitan Market, King St., Tel. 45.
1 he Booth, Fishmarket, Telephone 379.
Central Market, Nuuanii St., Telephone 104.
AVING PURCHASED TUB GROCERY BUS1
NESS OF MR. CHAS. HUSTACB, we wish to
inform the general public that we are prepared to fill
orders promptly, every attention will be given to careful ilelivery
We ask a share of your patronage : : : :
BEST - QUALITY - GOODS.
C. J. DAY & CO.
General Merchandise, Dry Goods, Groceries.
Japanese Provisions, etc
MAGOON 1JLOCK, MERCHANT KTREET.
. O- :BC2C 880 3TaIxa.
COUKT HOLDS LATH.
GOO KIM, 1116 Nuuenu St.
New Line 0! European Goods.
Gentlemen's, LiiiIIch' unci Children's lints.
Chinese (irnss Linen, nil colors.
Dress Clouds, Pongee fSlllis.
MERCHAN I TAILOR, A hrge variety of clotlu made up In the
P. O Dot w. Til. il
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THE OLDEST CHu v.SE FIRM IN HONOLULU.
Dfil.ri Id Flu. Stlkt iq4 Gem Llncni. Chln.M tni J.ptnii Good, of All ICIodi
io-ifl Nuuinu itrMt
rim eaue "f 'Win A. Unit vs. C. Wl
I nam. bill to camel ki.se, Is u Milt
I which U mnhlnt; n Rood filler iiftci;
legular court bum a thbt week. Tho
icuse was taken up ut I o'clock yester
j ilay afternoon. It ja ufter 0 o'clock
when all the teatlmony was In ami
ll!'30 today bet for argument.
The testimony of tho nlalntllT's for
mer wife, was to the effect that Wl
nam had bioken 1111 the Hull family.
Wlnnm, who was n "touijh" witness,
claimed thnt he had enJo)ed boiIjI re
lations with the family but that ho bail
never used tiniluo Influence in sucurini;
leases from the iilalntirf. Tho former
wife of Hull denied Ir.iliEnautl) that!
The Bulletin, 75cts. per month
sho ever icceived Wlnam social) nt
hei home. She (Iceland ho nlw.ijs
cumo on business with her husband
I'AIN-KIU.int, so Justly celebrated
was Intiniluccd to tho public about six
ty cuih iii;ii, and now enjoys n pupil
larlty unciiunlled by any other moll
clne. Tor the cure of dv sentcry. cholera
morbus, rheumatism, coukIis nnd colds,
scalds, bums, etc., It Is without an
cuunt. Sold by all ilurKKlsts. Avoid
fmlinHtiitrH thorn In lint nnn Pnln-KIIU
ler, l'eu) Davis. I'rlee 25c. and GOc.
t the best in K f ' kffi
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