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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, It, T., FRIDAY, SKPT. 13. 1001.
FOR SALE EVERYWHERE !
66La Insular of America
Trade Mark Registered and owned by DAVID LAWRENCE & COMPANY.
Great Under Price Sale
of Lace Curtains !
Our great clearing sale of LaceCurtalns will be In full swing
with many specially attractive offerings on Monday next,
Seitember 9th, and continues ONE WEEK ONLY.
Point it 'Enprtt, Irian Point, Arabian!
Fish Net, Applique, Nottingham. Etc.
Etc., Luce Curtalnu, tilt
Specially marked away down so that they will first com
mind your attention, then find themselves hung In your
homes. Fine Figured Swiss Curtains with
Ruffles, rciluccil from $0.75 to 4.80 per pair.
Fine Sailor Hats .
At Prices that Woo You
There never was a hat that looked more becoming than the
Sailor Hat. Rivals have come and gone, but the sailor
"bobs up serenely" every season more bewitching than ever.
Ours are the bewitching kind, and the prices are more
btw Itching than ever. We might say : : : :
Irresistible Sailors at Irresistible Prices
Start the girls off to school with them ; they're good com
pany even though they are cheap. : : : : :
Rough and Ready 8traws In White,
Black, Brown and Mixed. 1 1 t
(OWN MCK OF
MUtl HT II THEATRE
V. V. Kuroda, a well known Japan-' Another case of hlghwny robbery hut
cue, formerly Intel preter for Manager come to the attention of the police.
Low at the Honolulu plantation, was This time It Is a Japanese hack driver
assaulted Wednesday in r lit, by n num- who Is the complaining party. The
lier of pimps of his own nationality story Is this:
who were present with him nt the Ja- ( a few nights ago. three white men
panose theater In Dowseti lane, Kapa- accosted the driver at Mr stand on I.I
iama. A warrant has been Issued for Una strict, near King. They told him
the arrest of Kurodn's nssaltants. they wanted to go out to the Moana
Kuroda tells the following story: "It hotel. Not suspecting tnnt anything
was about 11 o'clock at night that the ns wrong, he told the men to get In.
double began. The show was In full stipulating that , one of the number
blast. I heard a noise behind me and, should get In front In order that thii
turning, saw five, or six Japanese as- carriage might be better balanced. In
saultlng another small fellow. I rem- Mead of doing. this, all throe passen-
onstrated and asked the men what they gent got Into the back part,
meant liv dolne this sort of thing. ' When the hack reached the Moana
With an oath, Illgiichl, one of the as- hotel, the passengers said they did not
sallants, jumped at my throat and told care to go In Just then. They w.ould
me to mind my own business, take a drive about Kaplolanl park first
"While this was going on, the man and return to the hotel Inter on. The
HAWAIIAN TOBACCO CO., Ltd.,
Corner Merchant and Muunnu Sta.,
almu HOTEL ST., opposlto Bethel.
Hawaiian Engineering and Constrnction Go.
ROOMS 508, 509,
510 STANGENWALD BUILDING.
TEL. MAIN 70
3 THINGS MORE
Boy's Mew Wlndttor Tlcs-Jujt the thing that will
tickle the boy to death so to speak. Plaids and stripes are
here In the largest variety of new designs ever shown.
New White P. K' All kinds, many of them you've
never seen before. Prices run 6 yards for J1.00, and 25c and
35c per yard. : ::::::::
English Muslins -The colors are fast and the goods are
the very daintiest Imaginable. 31 Inches wide and only
15c per yard. : :::;::::
Sachs' Dry Goods Co., Ltd,
who was assaulted, escaped. Tannka,
a former police officer, seeing the dan
ger I was In, Jumped In nnil helped
mc, My assailants stepped back nnd
Tannka and I left the theater.
"At the entrance to the place, I
started to tell Tanaka about the trou
ble when a dozen or more Japanese
jumped on mc. I received a bail
hackman drove the men around the
park asd at a ilnrk place under some
algaroba trees, he was suddenly wired
from behind. Two of the men held
blm while the other went through his
pockets. They succeeded In getting In
the neighborhood of $14. I
The buck driver says that he would
not te auie to luentiiy tne men again,
All classes of Engineering Work solicited; Examinations, Surreys and Re
ports made for any class of Waterworks. Steam and Electric Construction;
Plans and Specifications and Estimates Prepared, and Constriction Buserln
tended. In all branches of Engineering Work; Contracts solicited for Rail
road, Electric and Steam; Tunnels, Bridges, Buildings, Highways, Founda
tions, Piers, Whnrrea, etc.
Special attention given to Examinations. Valuations, and Reports of
Properties for Investment purposes. ,
FREDERICK J. AMWEO. M. AM. Boc C. &,
Engineer and Manager.
W. It. CASTLE JR.. Secretary aad Treasurer.
wound on the forehead and might have because he did not pay particular at-
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who got In front of me and fought his hack. All he knows about the mat
llle a tiger. I cannot give you the ter Is that the men were white.
cause of the trouble as the man who
was first assaulted, ran nway. I was
beaten for Interfering."
As a result of this trouble at the the
ater, High Sheriff Drown decided to
refuse to grant tho management any The case of Antono Seabury was
further license unless an agreement U finished In the Police Court before
made by which four reKular police offl-l Judge Wilcox yesterday afternoon,
ccrs, paid at tho rate of 12.60. n man The defense put on a number of wit
by tho theater people, will be In con- nesses, principal among whom was, of
stant attendance during the perform- roursc, the defendant himself, who do
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ances to prevent any further trouble.
If this la not agreed to, the theater
will be closed.
ex: ship menry villard
ROCHE HARBOR LIME
FOR THE WHOLESALE TRADE.
Also Big Shipment of CAL. RED BRICK.
THEO. H. DAVIES & CO., Ltd!
E8CAPE FROM REFORM SCHOOL.
Some time during the night, a dozen
boys of tho reform schno,, left the
place by an upper window. They had
no clothes but their night gowns on
and they knotted tho sheets of their
beds together In order to mnk? a land
ing on the ground below It is under-
nled the charges' made against him by
the complaining witness. The father
of the girl said he illd not know any
thing at all about the-charge under
which the defendant nacl been arrested.
The first he had heard about It was In
Attorney Vlvns made 11 tine defen&n
of Seiiuury, pointing out Inconsisten
cies In the testimony of the Hnllerson
girl ami quoting one of the most emi
nent authorities In criminal practice to
the effect tnat the testimony in such
ruses ns the one before tho court
A MAN IN ARKANSAS
Could not repair his root when It
rained and would not In fair weather
because it did not need it.
DON'T be uncomfortable during the
warm weather, when wo can, furnish
you with either desk or celling fans at
QOOD IN THE HOME AND
aOOD IN THE OFFICE.
Tbey will create a delightfully cool
breeze and keep away mosquitoes.
Regular $20.00 desk fans for... 118 00
Regular tM.00 colling fans for. . 40 00
KINO ST., NEAR ALAKEA.
The Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.,
Metropolitan Meat Co.,
Fresh Meats and Pish if
by Every Steamer
From the Coast that has CoM Storage.
Mood that they were persuaded to go ,,,,, b1 ,,, ,. Mmvtl ,t was
oy a noy wnose, name iiaieiiKum. not jpflnUc ff()m ,h fnU ,nnl tn g,r,
point out. even within a
The cause of the action of the boys Is
supposed to be the order recently put
In force by the superintendent which
prohibits smoking at the school. Fol
lowing are the boys who escaped:
Kalua. Hoolaukala, from Maul; Kraal;
Hoolekahlll. from Kohala, Hawaii;
Ocorgo Knulua, Illlo: vVlllle Forrest,
Punahou; Ed. Fraga, known as "Mnn-'
key," Punchbowl; Walkil, Keauhou,
Hawaii; Sam Knluawal, Honolulu;
Joe Manuel (colored), Spreckelsrllle;
S. Hnnnlo, Keauhou; Kapa Kaholollo,
Kona; W. Lincoln, Punahou.
ODD FELLOWS CELEBRATION.
A beautiful and dainty assortment,
We would like to have you call and
inspect this stock. : : : : :
U. SBKOMOf O,
l Hotel 8trcct. nciir Nuunnu.
General Merchandise. Dry Goods, Groceries'
Japanese Provisions, etc
MAGOON BLOCK, MERCHANT hTREET,
IP . O- Box 886 JCalia. 2.B
The Honolulu Odd Fellow a tire pri
paring for a big celebration on the
night of September 28. At that time,
the members of Harmony Lodge, No.
3, I. O. O. V.. will observe their twen
ty-fifth anniversary at a big banquet at
Moana hotel. The officers will be pre
sented with handsome silver Jewelry
in commemoration of tho event.
These emblems will In the future tako
month or two. the time .hut Heubury
was said to lime overstepped, tho
bounds of propriety.
Deputy Sheriff Chllllngvvorth was
about to arise to present the side of
the prosecution when Judge Wilcox
stopped him, i-aylng thnt he would not
trouble him. lie uellnved that, on tho
evidence adduced, n Jury would And the
defendant guilty. He would therefore
Commit him for trial to tho next term
of the Circuit Court. The amount of
the band pas placed at $1000 and tins
wns furnished a few minutes later.
Theo, Hoffman, one of the employers
of the young man, signing his name to
Mnnager 11 ml Mr. August Ahrens of
Oalm plantation gave n luuu to 11 num
ber of friends at their handsome homo
In Wnlpuhu. Tho guests, umriui;
whom wns' Queen l.llluokalanl, wrw
taken down on n special car In ths
the nlarn nf the iisrnil rpenlhi. morning and, upon reaching the plan
Another Important part of the ccle- w"n, mey were conveyeu 10 tue utilise
bratlon will be on address by Judge '" rarrlages. The tables were most
M. M. Entee nn.l one nr two nttiora l ' beautifully decoruted fur the occasion
prominent Odd Fellows. The nddres-1 nml laill'n wlth a" ,he dln,; '"'it, to
ses and presentation are to be followed . to muko :l llr li lu". Klghtcin
.by a big banquet and dame. Invltn- '" uow I0 ,ne ,ume- r"8 l,a"v
Choice Beef, Veal. Mutton,
Lamb and Pork always
Also Poultry, 8almon and Halibut.
FOR 8ALB AT
The Metropolitan Market, King St., Tel. 4$.
The Booth, Fishmarket, Telephone 379.
Central Market. Nuuanu St., Telephone 104.
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tlons are to bo Issued 19 all visiting
us well as resident Odd Kei.ows. The
following committee on nrrangrments
Id now doing good work In connection
with the celebration: J. I). McVeigh,
B. K. Hendry. W. 0. AHhley. C. T.
Itodgers, L, II. Dee and C. Charlock.
I turned to town
by the late afternoon
GOO KIM, 1116 Nuusnu St.
New Lino of Europenn Good.
Gentlemen's, Ladles' and Clilldi-en'H Hats.
Chinese Grass Linen, nil colors.
Dress Goods, Pongee Silks.
TUB WAHIAWA DEGRGE.
Judgo Gear has signed u decree In
favor of plaintiff In the suit of Joseph
U. Athcrton ng.itnst Wuhluwii Sugar
Co., bill In equity to remove "cloud
upon title. Tho order Is that defendant
forthwith produce In tourt the leuw
In question from George Gulbrulth o
John Emmcluth and cancel and sur
render tho same, und that defendant
execute by Its proper otlliers an ac
knowledgement thnt suld lease and
agreements aro no longer In fonc and
effect so that tho same may be placed
of record, and that defendant pay ths
costs of tho suit taxed at )2.
The "O. K." of II. A. Hfgelow on ths
margin of the decree Is obliterated
with a peu and this memorandum ap
pears signed by the Judgo: "Scratched
by Gear, J., because of refusal of de
fendant's (minuet to allow 'forthwith'
to bo Inserted."
A laree variety of cloths made up In the
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