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EVENING DOLI.ETIN, HONOLULU. It. T FRIDAY, AUOUST 30, 1301.
FOR SALE EVERYWHERE!
La Insular of America
Trade Mark Redtstered and owned hv HVm I AWRFNCF 7 COMPANY. W 1 2?? d 1 i
. . v u M m T m v. ma m t v aim m- -r m m i mm 4 n l m v
At Prices to Surprise Knowing Shoppers
A recent Importation of English Rugs secured by us at
economy prices, enables us tose'l all t e newest and most apprec
iated patterns and designs at figures less even than you have been
accustomed to pay for inferior qualities of older goods elsewhere
Dngdng Rugtt, I830 $4.00
" ..........10x30 7.50
" aoxoa o.oo
Wilton Ruh, 27x54 8.00
" 30x03 9.00
Leamington RugH. . . .20x30 4.50
" ....30x72 10.50
AxmlnntcrRugn 30x72 0.00
" 27x00 4.00
Arlington Rugs ...20x30 4.00
" 27x54 7.00
. " 30x03 0.00
Moquct Ruga 30x72 5.00
Antique Rugtt .. 2.50
Velvet RugH, different hIzch.
Now is your opportunity to decorate your floors with
beautiful rugs at little prices. COME NOW, don't wail until the
handsomest are sold to someone el.e.
Linen Lap Robes
AT ECONOMY PRICES.
You need a Lap Robe in your carriage to
prevent the dust from soiling your garments.
Ours are the kind that are in keeping with
stylish " turn-outs.". : : : :
Plain, plaid and sTrlpped patterns with
fringed edges, 1.25 to 82.00 each.
English Figured Muslins
The soft finish kind. Colors are absolutely
fast even the heathen Chinese could not
wjsh them out. They are 31 inches wide
and wore bought by us at hard up prices.
Yours at 15 cents per yard.
SACHS' DRY GOODS CO.
EX. SHIP HENRY VILIARO
ROCHE HARBOR LIME
FOR THE WHOLESALE TRADE.
Also Big Shipment of CAL. RED BRICK.
I THEO. H. DAVIES & CO., Ltd.
A beautiful and dainty assortment.
RESULT IN MISTRIAL'
Jury Divided 8 to 4 in Favor of Har
rison Attorneys Qrow Remin
iscent About Jury
The two weeks' lienrlng o( evidence
and labor or attorneys iu the Harrison
is. Magoon Hagey Cine cauc, resulted
In a mistrial yesterday afternoon. 1 lie
Jury which Tor two .veeks had been
compelled to sit and fan Itself In tho ,
court room for hours at n time In n hot
room, listening to tho Intricacies of a
Miigoon contract, refused to agree
when It had a chance. The twelve'
men only put In one and one-half hours
In tho effort to agree. They went out
at 2 o'clock and before 4 o'clock, were
returned. I'. C. Jones, tho foreman,
stated that It was Impossible for thcni I
to agree. He said there seemed to bo
a sincere difference and that an all
night nigument might fall to bring the
jury to an agreement.
The Court remarked that the case.
had been a long, one, suggesting tint
with a little more' time the Jury L.lsht
agree. The foreman, P. C. Jj as,
thought it would be useless to w.'sto
further time. Hut the Jury went out
and tried again to agree. The Court
and the attorneys meanwhile regaled
each other with reminiscences of hung
Juries and Btubborn Jurors.
One lawyer related a custom that
prevailed In a certain community
wherein the courts were renowned for
the quick despatch of business nnd
where all citizens were certain of sub
stantial Justice. The secret of the
scarcity of mistrials In this court was
that In all damage casts and similar
actions when the Jurors were hopeless
ly apart as to the amount of the Judg
ment to be awarded resort to n ery
simple mode of arbitration was taken.
Each juror would place upon a piece of
paper the amount ot the just judgment
of his mind. The foreman nr clerk
would add tho twelve verdicts und
Btrlkc nn nverageby dividing by 12.
The result would bo a fair uver.iRc
verdict nnd It was found that few find
ings of Juries by this method failed to
strike the people ot the community as
Just and fair.
The Hnrlrson Magoon Jury came
back at 4: SO o'clock and Foreman
Jones said tho vote stood 8 to i nnd tli.it
agreement was Impossible. The four
were for .Magoon and were. P. C. Jones,
A. W, Pearson, John Walker and Dan
iel Henear. The Jury was excused nnd
a mistrial entered.
AND LIKEWISE THE CARS
HA'VAA.IIA.rNI "TCr.A.Cr.tnr CTi-i I 4-r ..
nc the it ii t u i m.' -w - - w., ,w..v
wi mil. it. n. i. u l.. wu. Corner
We would like to have you call and
inspect tills stock. : : : : :
14 lintel Street, near Nuunnu.
General Merchandise! Dry Goods, Groceries'
Japanese Provisions, etc.
MAOOON BLOCK, MERCHANT hTREET.
2- O. Bex 886 alalia. 2ICJ
GOO KIM, 1 116 Nuuanu St.
New Line of European Gooclti.
Gcntlcmen'a. I.udlcn' m.d Children'. Hutu.
Chtnctie Grat8 Linen, till color.
" Opchh Goods, Pongee Sllkti.
MBKCHAN 1' TAILOR, A large variety of cloths made up In the
P. o. 1101 M). Til. it,
TaTinSTGr X7VO C2JE3LA.N
THE OLDEST CHi. E FIRM IN HONOLULU.
Dttlri to Flo Sllki an Grtu Llntni. Chi not nd Japinm Goodi of All KloJi
tifwn Nuuanu itrt
The Bulletin, 75cts. per month
Trip of First Car Over Entire Line
Was SuccessfulWill be
Ready for Business
Yisterd.iy tho running of the first
clcetiic car through tho densely popu
lated portions of Honolulu was nn
event In the lives of many, that will
Hot soon be forgotun. The Orientals
Bioo.l In open mouthed wonderment
us the big motor car rumbled along,
to the accompaniment of a Jangling
bell and the cheeis of the small boys
of many nationalities and colors.
It wus the first trip of a rapid transit
tor to the downti.vn portion of the
city mid gave great satisfaction to the
tesidents along lh- i ne and people
generally who will patronize the new
The tar with a number of directors
nnd some invited guisis. left the pow
er house on Alapu. stivrt at a few min
utes before 3 o'clock and went along
Hotel street to King, from King to
Llllha street, und up the latter, thui
oughfare to Judd. There was not a
hitch In the running of the car nor a
daw discovered In track or trolley wire
In the whole distance. The trolley
which is often prone to leave the wire
stayed on. showing how well the work
of construction had been done. Tho
curves rspeclnlly were well taken, nnd
the bumps nnd Jerks were conspicuous
by their absence.
Returning to the power house tho
cur muck' the trip to I'uiiahou and then
up Mniiua valley to the entrance of the
College Hills tract. Tomorrow a pro
cession of eight cars headed by the
band in a special car will make a trip
over the road. In the evening the
cars will be put Into operation tor
business nnd "Kaie. please" will be
heard for the llrst, time on an electric
car in Honolulu, 'len minute cms will
be run until the trallic demands a
TOUR OP THBNEILL. COMPANY.
The most stupendous theatrical un-
dei taking that has yet beei contem
plated Is the forthcoming Journey of
tho famous Nelll Company, whoso
Ilaibara I'lletthlo" has piovcd 4o bo
the greatest dramatic success San
rrnuclseo has had this season, across
the Paclllc to the Orient. At the con
clusion of the trip the company will
have travelled over 30,000 miles. In-
eluding Its present tour through Am
erica. Honolulu will ilrst be lsltvil
and then n Jump will be made illicit
to Manila, where the Nelll Company
will be tho first high ciass organization
to produce plays In tho hUtory of the
Islands. Seats for the Manila perfonn
anie aic already being sold ut prlics
that seem nlmobt fabulous in tills coun
try. The cheapest seats are selling at
45. with $23 for oichestru seats nnd
$2.10 for boxes. From Manila the com
pany expects to go to Hongkong, Yoko
hama and Toltlo. The latter place is
visited with the special pel mission oi
the Mikado, as foreign companies hne
not been allowed heretofore In the Ja
panese capital. New Zealand Is next
en tho list and then comes an Indefinite
season In Australia. DefTire leaving
the Nelll Company has been prevailed
upon to give a farewell tour In "Har
The Impressive cciemonles of the
thirtieth degree, Ancient and Accepted
Scottish ltltc. vvuio iclebiated last
evening by Sir KiiIeIU Henry E.
Cooper, deputy legate of the supreme
council of the southern Jurisdiction of
the United States In the Installation oi
the olllccrs of Alexander l.lholll.o
Council of Kadosh, No. 1. After tlm
ceremonies, the sir knights assembled
for a banquet. Those present wcro the
following: Frederick Whitney, Albeit
V. Oear. Lemuel C. Abies. I:. C, Ilrown.
J. I). Tucker. David Dayton. H. H.
Bath, Ocorgo W. Durgess. A. M. Hi own
'Jeorgo I). Gear, Kdward S. Hoyd,
Louis Marks, David KawanaiMko.1,
0. Ashley, I). II Norton, Theodore
Hoffman, C. II. Wood M. Phillips, C It.
Collins. J W Pratt. J O. I.utted. John
C Wagner, (! A, Davis, .M (liossnmn
and Deputy U-gutn Henry K Cooper
Mut-ehunt und Nuuunu Stn.f
mIho HOTEL ST.. opponltu Bethel.
A MAN IN ARKANSAS
Could not repair his roof when It
rained nnd would not In fulr weather
because it (lid not need it.
DON'T bo uiHomrortablo during th
warm weather, when we enn furnMi
ou with either desk or celling fans nt
I educed prices.
GOOD IN THE HOME AND
GOOD IN THE OFFICE.
They will rreate n delightfully cool
breeze and keep away mosquitoes.
Itegulnr $20.00 desk fans for. . .$16 00
llegular $56.00 celling tans for. . 40 01)
KING ST., NEAR ALAKEA.
ThS Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.,
M. Jean Gcrnrdy was given n hearty
welcome to Honolulu last night. Tho
distinguished artist was faced by an
audience us capable In appreciation us
he was In execution. The Opera House
was not filled hut an iiudlenco of qual
ity was present. The artist was greet
ed with applause repeatedly and was
called back again and again. The vlo
llncello's capacity for producing ex
quisite music was exhausted by tlio
manipulations of Gernnly tho master.
The accuracy und cklll with which
Mis. Tenny Peck played Gernrdy's ac
companiments won for her a Just meas
ure of the admiration of the audience
and the thanks of .Mr. Gernrdy. The
Meludlo and Spring Song by Mrs. Whit
ney were tecelved with grcut favor.
The pleasing announcement Is madt
thill Gerardy will make u second up
penrame next Thujs.lay night. Tho
.nusle lovers of Honolulu have to thank
V. 11. Adams for the pi Iv liege ot hear
ing the wundciful IleUlan violin-cellist.
for JEN DOLLARS.
'lliniutiuUa lull r li tit utw1
ut lltf.r on ulnunm lot tin,
HUll I'll., I'llttliM ilt
tflllUHlllt ill L Mill!
iiyiihliiiniturt h tlcrii.
. vtJj; . 1 '- oriniiniitlnrtiMun MM'
.. l " " Wl ' ItivrMiirnlw'
IWllt-Mt. 1" frlilnir (nil Infcitittnltim in. lUl iiihuihII
ilflr"irifi lie untinmllli ll i h1 I i witili
v;m -(7 iik i, ". t?z?lw&
l , -.' rf 'i Li JW --v-
"If you don't uaut v.!iiscy lo get the best of jou, jou must get
the best of uliislccy."
"1 do lady, but when a fellow's only got a r.ic'.cl he can't buy
W. C. Peacock & Co., Ltd., gt-
Hawaiian EngineeriDg and Construction Co.
ROOMS 508, 509, 5:0 STANGENWALD BjlLDING.
P. O. BOX 834. i TEL. MAIN 70
All classes of Engineering Work solicited; Examinations, Surveys and Re
ports mado for any elais of Waterworks, Steam and Electric Construction;
Plans and Specifications and Estimates Prepared, and Constriction Superin
tended, In nil branches of Engineering Work; Contracts solicited for Rail
roads, Electric and Steam; Tunnels, Bridges, Uultdlngs. Highways, Founda
tions, Piers, Wharves, etc.
Special attention given to Examinations, Valuations, and Report at
Properties for Investment purposes.
FREDERICK J. AMW'EO. M. AIL Soc. C. B.,
Engineer and Manogor.
W. R. CASTLE JR.. Secretary nnd Treasurer.
Tho newly fitted up Sunday school
und eiitcitulnment loom In the basc
aicnt of Kawulahao church was open-
id last evening undar very pleasant
conditions, the lull was brilliantly
.ightud ami niniiy three bundled peo
ple, both old and voung, wore present
to enjoy the eveiilue's ciitcitaluiucnt.
The fuilowlng piograni, under the dl
oct Ion of,tho usuistaiit pastor of Ka-
vtalahao, Duvid Al, was given:
Choi us "Christ, the Standard lleai
.r." Para Hlinenl 0 Kawniahao.
Addiess Ittv. II. II. Parker.
Quartet Jainiii HuUuole ami nslst
Addiess Philip Naonc.
Boln "Ko Naue ae N'.l," K. K. LIU
Anuiess James HarL'uttlo.
Solo Helen Deeha.
Address Moses Nakulna.
Duet Julia Naono end Mis. Philip
Quartet Janus Hakuole and assist,
Chorus "Oh, Italia Hcloved," Papa
Hlinenl o Kuwalahao.
"Hawaii Ponol." David J Al,
The first address of tho evening was
aiode by Rev. II. II. Parker who stated
that the purpose oT the hall was to
provide the young people of the church
with a place in which to congregate
and organlo various societies for do
bating, music nl studies uud for Im
provement along man) otuer lines Mr.
Parker uigid tho voung people lo tuke
advantage of tho opportunity offered.
Philip Niione told the story of Abra
ham Lincoln, James ll.n liottlo urged
the vouiig people to icnlliiue In tho
lilies laid down by tlm previous speak
eis ami Moses Nakulna told several
slot Us healing nu tho necessity of ap
plication for tlic development of one's
Metropolitan Meat Co.,
Fresh Meats and Pish ft
by Every Steamer
From the Coast that has Cold Storage.
Choice Beef, Veal, Mutton,
(0 Lamb and Pork always
Also Poultry, Salmon and Hnllbut.
The Metropolitan Market, King St., Tel. 45.
FOR SALE AT 1 he Booth, Fishmarket, Telephone 379.
Centnl Wnrtet, Nuuanu St., Telephone 104.
We are making a specialty of selling the very
best KONA COFFEE, and will assure you of
the best satisfaction If bought at : : ; ; :
C. J. DAY & CO.
IrtT .Orcverlts dellvere J fre to all p-irM of the city.
THE GERMANS LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
OF NLW YORK
Paid to Policy HolJw since irYio for Death Claims, Jm.jGoij
For Matured Policies 7,507,(108.27
DivlJriidsand Surienders ' J.fw,ii4.J7
Total , M5.577.JI2 59
Maimer 'or Hawaiian Isl.nJs. JUDD BUILDING.