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KYRNiyo DULLETIN, HONOLULU, H. T., FHtDAY, SEPT. 20, 1901.
FOR SALE EVERYWHERE!
La Insular of America
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New White Dress Goods
With Lace Stripes
It is not often tint the manufacturers strike such pleasingMesiRns in
WHITE DRESS GOODS
as they have done in the he w patterns which we have Just placed
upon our counters. The quality of these goods is really excellent,
and when you see them you'll wonder how they can be sold at
12 yards for $1.00.
In Black and White
When you see these hes-utiful new goods, you'll look from one to
the other in utter bewilderment at the exquisite delicacy of the
designs. They are all so lovely that you are apt to say "Oh ! give
me all. : : : ::::::::
For wedding and evening wear, nothing makes handsomer gowns.
Women's Fancy Black Hosiery
There is always room in your drawer for a few
more pairs of stockings, especially when you can
buy HirmsJorf dyed fancy black hose, originally
sold at .40 cnits per pair, at -1 pairs for $1.00
Swiss Embroideries and Insertions
TO .MATCH. All the latest patterns In every width.
Come and see something new. : : :
Sachs' Dry Goods Co., Ltd,
EX. SHIP HENRY V1LLARD
ROCHE HARBOR LIME
FOR THE WHOLKSALE TRADE.
Also Big Shipment of CAL. RED BRICK.
THEO. H. DAVIES & CO., Ltd
A beautiful and dainty assortment.
We would like to have you call and
inspect this stock. : : : : :
14 Hotel Street, nciir Nuuonu.
TDE HUMPHREYS FIGHT AS SEEN
BY WASHINGTON CORRESPONDENTS
(Krom New York Times.) i Har Association of Honolulu, has ex-
Washington. Gent. 4. A determined pressed a readiness to make a report
effort I to be made by (he American f1"'1 recommendations to the IWdent.
party In Hawaii to get rl of Oovcrnorr w ankey, the representative ot
Dole, it leaked out today In connection ln( awa, ,,ar A,goclaMf)ll ,, Pr.int.
with the case Jige Abrani 8. Hum- ,, lt) ,llm flvc ,,., In wnlcn t0 rurtllM.
phreys of the Kim Judicial District of , t0 Judg0 llmp,ireya.
Hawaii, against whom charges navel The ln(jcal,on8 art. tlmt lh(. Attor.
ucen raaue ny me liar Association ui,ney 0chl,rni wlt ,l8regnrd most of th
ibe Hawaiian Islands.
Humphreys was appointed by I'rral-
dent McKlnley soon after Hawaii lie
accusations made against Judge Hum
phreys, and treat some other rhnrges
oh Immaterial. Hut n decision general-
came a Territory. He Is opnotctl In ,y BUatnlnK JucIrp Humphreys, whllj
politics to the Dole or Missionary par
It may strike those who have read the
charges and reply was gratifying, will
lv Mlcslonnrv nartv Is not meant , ..,.. . .' ,,..
that the members of It arc mission-; wn un8Cttle,i. f,,,. trml,le there, ai
arles. but that they are defendants ghown b ,h(, rcplj. of jU(,KC ulnph.
of the early missionaries who went to roys to ,,,8 ac(.llS(,rBi ,hat tn H,.u.ct.
the Islands and because of tho oppor-l nR Jm,Ke n6ll,c an,, th Crullt JudgM
tunltles offered them becamo very rich. the planB of thc ,,, llnc of I)0ltcnnB
The descendants are not missionaries, wllo controIu.d the affairs of Hawaii
tint are mostly politicians and business an oIiKurchy, have been Intcrfeiod
men. Governor Dole leads this faci whi AmonR oth(?r Im.,tins taken
'I00, by Judgo Humphreys Is his opposition
According to thc Humphreys sup-'m renewals of leases for Ufty y.-ars of
porters here thc Dole government has ,hc crown ian(1 to R11Rar planters, who
become Insufferable. It Is charged that have abBOrbed great tracts of such tcr
his officials arc getting money from rUory nn(1 ,vsh t0 rptnln lnom wnllB
various kinds of protected vice and the JudRC favorg throwing open the
mm every inuusiry inai can oe urrnug- inn,i to settlement.
d by supervision to contribute to th0j The ca8(1 nBalnBt jdge Humphreys
iii mnuiiiuo u uuuuBi-u nun tuiu- rcay a case of ,h(, Doie govern
pelled to pay. Humphreys Is leader of ment aBanllt ,he ew element, the tor
tho Americans there, or the white ciBner nnJ natives who have manl
men from this country. Ho Is also fe8te, a determination to havo some
somewhat of a leader ot thc native thing to say about the grvernment of
population. tn iHiandg. judge HumnfireyH charges
The charges against Humphreys are tilat .,, HKh sheriff of the Dole ad-
HAWAIIAN TOBACCO CO., Ltd.,
Corner Merchant unci Nuunnu St.,
iiImo HOTIiL 8T oppowltu Bethal.
ALAKBA ST., NEAR KING.
Everything Very Touching.
Beautiful garden scene containing coffee trees in full bearing, bananas
and pineapples, all InsiJe. Eve-vbodv invited.
the outcome of some nasty local poli
tics on both sides. Now that the
charges have been brought and pco-
ministration Is officially connected
with a "stockade" nt Iwllel. In which
250 women are gathered und "protect-
plo from both sides nro on tho ground rd" in tho Diirsiilt of nn lllee.il und Im
thc campaign against Dole will be wag- moraI trafflc, for the regulation of
en nerceiy until tne I'rcsuicnt gets which rules and officers are appointed.
l'ac,(- ' Judge Humphreys made himself un
til his brief answer to the charges noxious to the Dole government by In
against him Judge Humphreys makts struetlng a grand Jury to Inquire fear
some frightful charges concerning a Jessly Into the matter, and to make
stockade where vicious women nro al-jsuch recommendations ns should seem
lowed to go at night the nature of , proper nfter Investigation,
which cannot even bu hinted ut In tnu Further than that. Judge Humph
columns of a newspaper. Ho charges 'reys puts upon the Dolo government
that the Income from this resort goes the charge that Incompetent Justices of
to tne olllclals of the government of tho the peace, men who could not nail,
territory. write, or speak Kngllsh, had been ap
wie ninrge win oe put squarely to .pointed In nt least seventeen ciikss.
I'resldent .McKlnley when ho returns, (nud that he had only been Koerned
nnd the demand will be made that Dola . by n deslro to maintain thc dignity of
lie removed from the Governorship. the court when he refused to permit
Thc Dole lawyers hero deny tho Interested rartles to discuss -nses with
Humphreys charges emphatically. , him. as hud been the rather loose prac-
Meauwhlle Humphreys has nnswered flee before, and because he did not
the charges against himself and Is
awaiting the Attorney General's uc
From New York World.
General Merchandise. Di-y Goods, Groceries
Japanese Provisions, etc
MAGOON HLOCK, MERCHANT KTREET.
F.O.BQ2g886 Jfcygato. 2IB
GOO KIM, U16 Nuuanu St.
New Llnc of Europetin GooiIh.
Gentlemen!! LiidleH' unci Chlldren'H llattt.
ClilncHe GniHti Linen, nil coIoph.
Dress GooilHt Pongee Hllks.
MBRCHAN r TAILOR, A large variety of cloths made up In th.
permit contemiits of court to go un
punished. Judge Humphreys Is n rathtr small
man, with a quick manner of conversa
tion, clear gray ejes, great nervous
Washington, Sept. 4. Attorney Gen- energy, nnd confidence of manner. I In
will Knox, having heard tho reply of Is the husband of one of the celebrated
Abram S. Humphreys, First Judge of daughters of Ah Fong, and has liven In
the Circuit Court of the First Judicial Honolulu six years. He Is a native of
Circuit, Territory of Hawaii, to the Mississippi, and Is thirty-two years of
i nurges Drought against him by the ngo.
LAW FOR ANARCHY.
Serantnn, la Sunt. 12. Congrest-
man William Connell nnd Commission
er General of Immigration I'owderlv
nro in communication regarding tho
lrnrtlng or a series of hills tend uc to
deter itiiarchlial crimes like that uf
last Friday at lluffnlo.
Mr. rowderly will work on the re
vision of tho Inws relating to immi
gration, so as to prohibit the landing
of anarchists. Congressman Connell
will look after tho matter of penalizing
nssaults on the person of the 'resi
dent nnd other olllclals. Mr. Connell
proposes to have such assaults made
it treasonable ollcnse, and declares
that If the Constitution stands In tho
way he will not stop short of an rf
fort to change thu Constitution.
LlflMTtlD EXPRC88 WRECKBD.
Syracuse, N. Y., Sept. 12. 'me Chi
cngn limited express west-bound on the
West Shore railroad, ran over an open
switch nt Kastwnod. about three miles
cast of this city at 2:30 o'clock this
morning and was wrecked, many pur
eons were Injured more or less severe
ly, but although the train was going at
the rate ot forty miles an hour, nobody
wns killed. Engineer David I'enrsall
ot Syracuse, was badly cut and hevcrc
ly Injured internally. All of the others
were cut und bruised.
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House, 1249 Fort St., II. DC per week up.
Metropolitan Meat Co.,
Fresh Meats and Pish 91
by Every Steamer
From the Coast that has Cold Storage.
Choice Beef, Veal, Mutton,
Lamb and Pork always
Also Poultry, Salmon and Halibut.
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The Metropolitan Market, King St., Tel. 4$.
1 he Booth, Fishmarket, Telephone 379.
Central Market. Nuuanu St.. Telephone 104.
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roads. Klectrlc and Steam: Tunnels. Brldrcs lliilLllni-a nii-hv. tk.,.4.
tlons. Piers, Whnrres. etc. '
Sncclal attention irlven to Examinations VnlnaMnn. .j n ...
Properties for investment purposes.
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Engineer and Manager,
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