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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, August 20, 1901, Image 3',
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La Insular of America
Trade Mark Registered and owned by DAVID LAWRENCE & COMPANY.
HIGH - CLASS
Eo Do Qood
The designs are almost Indescribable, so much so that we
shall not attempt to picture them, further than to sy that
they are admirable examples of fine, frte drawing of inter
Hem Stitched Irish Linen
Stomped Doillett, Stamped Tray Covers,
Stnmpcd Side Bonrd Scartu, Stamped
Tnblc Centers, Stumped Lunch Cloth.
Hem Stitched Drawn Work
Irish Linen The Same.
We Sell Art Wash Silks Too.
Stamped Goods are not much use without silk to work
with. We sell Coolson & Curriers' Art Wash Silks. All the
fresh, clear nnd delicate shades that you associate with the
most refined arid elegant fancy work.
10 BE DEWED
DLO 1 PASS,OIuAnb
WE OFFER GOODS WANTED
AT PRICES CHEERFULLY PAID
Stamped Pillow Topn, beautiful designs on
Satlnette, Denims, P. K. and Liner., 50c to SI.BO
Down PIIIowh In All Sizes. I t i t I
Stamped Laundry Un, of Mummy Cloth,
eallvvashed whensolled. Verv useful. 75e ench
Fancy Cords In All Colors. I t t I I
Sachs' Dry Goods Co.
A meeting of the representatives or
the various teams that have been chos
en to take part In the vv Inter league
that Is now being launched forth, was
held In the rooms of the Honolulu
Athletic Club last evening. The prin
cipal business of the evening was the
election of oHlccrs to serve during the
season. Charles Chtlllnguorth was
chosen president, Mr. Cummins, vlco
president, Udwnrd Foxarty, secretary
und Mr. Kovvcll, treasurer.
The Judiciary team vvns dropped
from the league. Mr. Thompson sub
mitted a proposition to allow the new
ly formed Maklkl team to enter tha
league In the place of (lie Judiciary
team but this was not allotted. It was
decided to go ahead with the schedule
with the four remaining teams and.
Indeed, It Is thought by tlio majority of
the plu era that this will be the best
plan after all. The teams to pla
tv 111 bo the following: 1'ollcc. E. O.
Hall & Son, Custom House and Capi
Each team will play nine games dur
ing the season. Three games will be
played with each competing team.
One game a week will bo the ride un
less some arrangements can be made
to secure, additional grounds, t'ntll
a change Is ordered, games vlll be
plaed on the campus nt Oahu College.
Umpires will be selected from ' te Held
of contesting captains, the or.lj provi
sion being that the selection must not
be made from tho contesting teams.
Tho regular meeting will bo Friday.
The first game will bo between the
Custom House and E. 0. Hall & Son.
The tenms have selected the follow
ing colors: Police, blue and white;
Custom House, red, while nr.d blue:
Capitol, red and Hue; E. 0. Hall &
Son, colors not jet determined.
.at this .
EX. SHIP HENRY VILLARD
ROCHE HARBOR LIME
FOR THE WHOLESALE TRADE.
Also Big Shipment of CAL. RED BRICK.
THEO. H. DAVIES & CO., Ltd.
The follow Ing passengers are aboard
the steamer Solace en route to Sau
Francisco: Mrs. J. A. Muiphy, Mrs.
O. V. Kaester, Mrs, 8. 0. Evans, Mrs.
n. H. Orr, Mrs I V. Kite and child.
Mrs W. J. Scars. Mrs. C. A. Carr. Miss
Channel!, Mrs. Crone nnd 3 children,
Mr, nnd Mrs. Mas and 3 children, Vr.
M. I). Chlpman, E. J. Doty. X. 1).
Smith, W. Estenberg and C. Chikus.
Naval constructor T. 1". Htilim.
Lieut. Com. 0. F. V, Holman, Lieut,
J E. Palmer, Lieut. E. L Hissctt, I A.
Paj master It. H. Orr, Iay Clerk, A.
II. Koblnctte. Naval Cadet V. V.
The Blilp's officers nie: Commander
Herbert H. Wlnilovr, U. S. N.; Lieut.
Com. 0. M. Storey, Lieut. A. 0. Rog
ers, Lleuts, C A. Carr, H. 0. Stlckney,
L. M. Nulton. 11. L. Hasbrouck, Ches
ter Wells, Itoscoc Spear; Ensigns II.
L. Collins and E. C. Kecnan; I'. A. En
sign S. O, Evans, Asst. Surgeon Ed
gar Thompson. Asst. I'aj master E. F.
Hall Pay Clerk F. F. MacWIlkle, Ch.
SallmaUer M. P. Ilarr; War Machinists
J. W. Murray, C. II. Hosting, Copt. U.
S. M. C. M. J Shaw; First Lieut II. C.
Tho two Chinese, Chuck Seen and
Chow You, Young, who came on tho
Mariposa from the Mainland nnd who
were refused permission to land by
Customs Colli Uor E. II. Stackablc,
must icturn to an Fiauilsco by the
Mariposa. Judge Estee decided ester
day that he had no Jurisdiction to take
the fate of the two Chinese out of the
Collector's hands. The only appeal
tl.cy have Is to the Treasurer of the
The Act on which this decision is
based, savs: "In every case where nn
nllen Is excluded from admission Into
the United StntcB, under nny law or
treaty now existing or hereafter made,
the decision of the appropriate Immi
gration or customs olllccrs, if ndversl
to the ndmlsslon of such alien, shall be
dual, unless reversed bv appeal to tho
Secretnry of the Treasury."
In the habeas corpus proceedings be
fore Judge Ete. the applicants were
represented by Thomas Fitch and W.
S Fleming, District Attorney Ilatrd
representing the government. The
testimony showed that each Chinese
was a merchant of lung standing In
San Francisco nnd Carson City. The
case was conducted l"y W. S. Fleming.
Ily the evidence It was shown that tht
Chinese nrc merchants and not labor
ers. After all evidence was In Judge
Estee said that as the Collector hod
acted in the matter he could not take
The law upon which Collector Stack
able bases his action In refusing ad
mission Into these Islands to the two
Chinese Is found In the Joint Resolu
tion of July 7. 1SDS, which says:
'There shall b no further Immigra
tion of Chirrs Into tho Hawaiian
Islands, ercept upon such conditions ni
aro now or may hereafter be allowed
by tho laws of the United States; nnd
no Chinese by reason of nnv thing here
in contained shall be allowed to enter
the United States from the Hawaiian
HAWAIIAN TOBACCO CO., Ltd.,
Corner Morcluuit unci Nuuunu St.,
ciImo HOTEL. ST.. oppowlto Uothot.
Office 'Phone, 390
Works 'Phone, 389
Save YOlir 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 wilt install two 'phones complete tinder a r tarantee at a price- -well
you cannot 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 mado for nny class of Waterworks. Steam nnd Electric Construction;
Plans nnd Specifications and Estimates Prepared, and Construction Superin
tended, In all branches of Engineering Work; Contracts solicited for Rail
roads, Electric and Steam; Tunnels, Drldges, Buildings, Highways, Founda
tions, Piers, Wharves, etc.
Special attention given to Examinations, Valuations, nd Reports of
Properties for Investment purposes.
FREDERICK J. AMWEO, M. AM. Eoc C. E.,
Engineer and Manager.
W. R. CASTLE JR.. Secretary nnd Treasurer.
Metropolitan Meat Co.,
GOLD CUKE AND DIVORCE.
Ily order of Jii.Iko Gear tho August
term of the first Circuit Court has
been extended Un das later the 17th
Inst , according to law.
Yesterday afternoon the case of Har
rison vs. J. A. Mncoon was on trial.
The trial Is bringing out the alleged
merits of the Hagey cure for le wills-
i:y ami lonacco uaulM.
The closing testimony In the Love
case vi as admitted yesterday afternoon.
The argument of counsel set for fl'ZO
After a trial of a few hours duration
Judge Gear last evening granted n di
vorce to Sam Moe from her huslmn I
Chong Quon. P. M. Ilrooks represent
ed the plaintiff; Andrews, Peters &
Andrnde, the defendant. The ilecrc"
was favorable to the plaintiff on thv
ground of cruelty. Alimony of $15
per month was awarded.
Fresh Meats and Fish
by Every Steamer
A NEW LINE OF
Gol! Shirts, Pajamas,
Dollies, Jewelry Etc.
S. 8. SIERRA.
READY MADE SUITS
ARE NOW SHOWN AT
call iND pe convinced. n hotel st near nuuamj
WERB TOWnD HOME.
Lieut. Hnniock nnd C. II. W. Nor
ton had nn exciting experience while
jaclitlng nt Pearl Harbor the other
afternoon. They were racing with an
other boat Hnd beating her. The other
boat turned back and got to the wharf
about 0 o'clock. Tho fast boat In
which were tho nrmy olllccr and Nor
ton did not put In nn appearanco nnd
about 8 o'clock a search was made.
Tho boat was found becalmed and the
occupants were not In the most cheer
ful frame of mind when their rcscueis
approached. They were towed hqme'
and arrived about three hours after the
Do You Suffer from lumbago, rheu
matism or swollen muscles? It so
procuro at onto n bottle of PAIN
KILLER nnd follow tho printed direc
tions. Tho relief Is Instantaneous as
well ns lasting. No necessity to suffer
when a remedy such as Paln-KIUcr Is
to bo hnd. Sixty years of micess speakr
for Itself. Avoid substitutes, there Is
btu 0110 Pnln-Klllcr, Perry Davis.
Price :5c. nnd COc.
Prec lessons In plain nnd fancy needle-work
will be given nt the Salvation
Army Home, 4SS King stiect, on Wed
nesday nml Saturday afternoons of
each week to girls and )oung women of
any nationality. To all desiring such
Instruction, a cordial Invitation Ib ex
tended. Lessons will begin nt 2p. m
nnd tha 11 ret lesson will be on Satur
day, August 2tth.
From the Coast that has Cold Storage.
Choice Beef, Veal. Mutton,
Lamb and Pork always
Also Poultry, Salmon nnd Halibut.
FOR SALB AT
The Metropolitan Market, King St., Tel. 45.
1 he Booth, Flshmarket, Telephone 379.
Central .Market, Nuuanu St.. Telephone 104.
We are making a specialty of selling the very
best KONA COrFEE, and will assure you of
tht best satisfaction If bought at s : : : :
C. J. DAY & CO.
ifiT Groceries delivered free to all parts of the city.
Mk the evening bulletin
Sa THE OLDEST HAWAIIAN DAILY PAPER
A KIONUVK8 POXDVt!triSlRS jtjJtjJtjtjtt
General Merchandise. Dry Goods, Groceries,
Japanese Provisions, etc
MA000N HLOCK, MERCHAiT '.MEET.
DP. 0. 33C3C 880 JEaixa. SIR !
GOO KIM, U16 Nuuanu St.
New Line 0 Europenn Goodx.
Gentlemen's, Liidlen' nnd Children's HntH.
Clilncae GrnHH Linen, nil color.
DrctiH Good, Pongee Silks.
MBRCHAN T TAILOR, A lar variety of cloths made up In ths
P o. Box wi.
the oldest ch.. 'sse Firm in Honolulu.
Dti'tnlo Flci Stilts tod Gnu Linen i, Chlotit and Jiptntta Goodi of All Klodi.
1 10-1 it Nouinu itntt.
The Bulletin, 75cts. per month
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It's no experiment
when you insist on S'"'r.3 Cyrus Noble Whiskey.
Leave experimenting to others. . Buy goou
that you know are right.
For seventy years vc have been trying to pro-
duce the best possible article for the least
" The public know it favorably
It holds the good trade.
It costs no more than other good whiskey
It is pure and old.
It is distilled from the best sejectedgraini
It is six years in wood. '
It wins on merit alone.;
B W. O. PEACOCK & CO., Ltd.,
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