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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, It. T.. SATUIIDAY, PER 22, 1002.
of entirely new
Tho advanco stock of Spring Goods has arrived and Includes tho
prettiest whlto goods over Imported Into this country.
All goods displayed In windows and Interior of tho storo; prices
Patterns nro marvellously beautiful and novel. Noto tho prices
below and como early to mako your selection beforo tho daintiest
goods aro taken.
Rich assortment of patterns.
10 Yards for $1.
PLAID and CHECK
Whlto goods, superior quality.
8 Yards for $1,
Fine LACE STRIPED LAWN
Excellent assortment of pat
terns; unusual value.
6 Yards for $1,
Not tho ordinary, but with fan
cy basket stripes and excellent
assortment of patterns. Espe
cially Bultablo for shirts.
6 Yards for $1.
Very desirable quality.
10 Yard Pieces at $1,
In wide and narrow stripes; del
icately flno material.
9 Yards for $1.
Pin stripe, whlto goods, entirely
new spring patterns.
7 Yards for St.
At 20c, a Yard
Whlto goods, satin Btrlpc, laco
stripes, fancy checks. Extra
Good range of patterns In strip
ed and figured piques, excep
6 Yards for $1.
An exceptionally good assort
ment of designs, flno quality.
12 Yard Pieces $2.50,
WHY THROW $40 AWAY
by paying $100 for a typewriter when you can get an up-to-date'
strictly high grado machine
The Wellington Visible Writer
for $60. This machine Is a revolution In typewriters. One of
many endorsements given tho Wellington Typewriter Is as follows
"Wo make tho statement positively
that they are absolutely tho best, ox
celling all others In simplicity, dura
bility and accuracy. Wo aro using 75
of them In our Philadelphia and Now
York stores. They havo our unquali
"(Signed) JOHN WANAMAKEH."
Wo have Just received a shipment of theso typewriters and
will be pleased to give full particulars regarding samo.
Theo. H. Davies & Co., Ltd.
AN AUCTIONEER'S FEE
IS DECLARED EXCESS1YE
Queen Dowager Kapiolani's Collector
Has Claim Disallowed
Potency of Decree of
Chief Justice Trcar Is author of an
opinion of tho Supremo Court on a
question of fees In tho case of Schllef
vs. Clark. Judge Gear had allowed
tho commissioner $300, the auctioneer
$1148.20, counsel (250, each of the two
guardians (150, besides costs of adver
tising, costs of court, etc. It appears
that two abortlvo sales had been held
by tho auctioneer beforo a sato that
tho court could approve. Tho Supreme
"It la contended first that as tho
Judge appointed tho commissioner to
mako tho Bale and the commissioner to
employed tho auctioneer, tho tatter's
fees should be paid by the commission
er out of his fee, and noC como out of
tho fund. Tho Judge confirmed tho ac
tion of tho commissioner In engaging
tho services of the auctioneer If he did
not previously authorize It, and ho
did In fact directly authorize tho auc
tioneer to conduct nt least one sale,
private one that was set aside. More
over in the final order ho merely au
The Whole Story
in one letter about
From Cpt. 1'. Loyf, Police Station No.
8, Montreal I "We (tfnarnlljr me I'cnnr J
lUYIlM'AlH.KlLLEnforfrtfnl fn fir fom-(
arh, rArjniaf fm, ttlfneu, roil bittr, rfU (
, ofafnf, .-ram;, and all afulettunt wHch ;
' befall men In our position 1 bale no bcsl-
i tatlon In paying that PAtx-KiLLzn u tht i
, l-rtt remtdy to hare near at hand."
Upci! Internnlly nntt Internally.
T o Slztf , SSc. and 60c. bottltt.
ABSENCE OF PROOF THAT
HE STOLE THE GOODS
Horse Replevin Case Goes Against
Defendant Damages for
Breach of Lease-Grand
Judgo Ocar granted the motion to dl-
thorlzed the commissioner to pay tho1 rcc, th i..rv . rcttirn a verdict of not
auctioneer's fee. After all, It Is Im-i , for Knmakawloole. He was
material whether the Judge allowed " '
the fee directly to tho auctioneer or charged with having stolen goods
combined the two fees In the commln- found In his possession which camo
Blotter's fee, leaving the latter to set
tle with the auctioneer. The question
of Importance Is that of the amount.
It Is considered by tho appellees
from Mclncrny's store. The goods
were identified by members of the firm,
but there was no proof that the boy
that tho amount Is not appealable ns Btl0 tllcra- " wa whllo his room was
that Is a matter within tho discretion M"B Marched on suspicion relative
to tho steamer Kltiatt mall robbery
that the stuff was found.
After the defendant was discharged,
1 the court ruled that he had a right to . , nnr .. M,nin,i, ... n
' t li a nnmla f 1 1 Mint, rt-n Inl'tn tim I '
.uv 6 ." '"" """ ""'"A. Jordan. Miss Margery Freeth, Miss
him by a civil suit. .,., .,..,, ,,,.. n M. t ...
Before Judge Humphreys the Jry j rn M,M Mcaowan Mig0lnry Catton.
N. S. SACHS' DRY GOODS CO., Ltd
of the trial Judge. It Is true Inasmuch
allowanco must be mado for the dis
cretion of tho Judge. Fees in mattera
of this kind often depend largely as to
their amount on oral statements of
counsel and on tho knowledge that tho
JuiIca han nf the whole course of the
proceedings. Still when the amount returned a verdict of (10 damages for
Is clearly excessive this court may al- Wong llut Sam against Chock Sing for
ter It on appeal. Estato of Allna, 13 breach of a lease. This was a conslder-
Haw., 3S9. In our opinion tho amount. '" "up "ul" "-' -"'" "' "
was clearly exccsslvo In this Instanco. '"''E0 Humphreys granted a divorce
The commissioner's fee may bo sua-U" Elizabeth Smithies against Archl
talned as within sound discretion, but j 'hl Smithies for failure to provide
that of tho auctioneer should. In our . I"'"' a living.
opinion, not exceed (150. Wo cannot Tll accounts of M. P. lloblnson. ad
approvo the practice of allowing ex- nilulstrator of Kckapa Itoblnson's cs
travagant fees out of the estato of oth- nt;' wero approved by Judgo Humph-
RECEPTION IN Y. HI. C. A.
WAS GREATLY ENJOYED
Local People and Tars Took Part
In the Program of Welcome
Responded to By
The reception given the sailors ol
tho I'hacton In tho Y. M. C. A. hall
last night was an absoluto success.
Over one hundred tars were present
and tho hall was thronged with spec
tators. The Honolulu people did tho
first part of tho cntertalnln,;. dices
and solos were rendered bv Mrs. Dr.
C. 11. Cooper, T. Clivo l)ales, George
Davis and Clifford Kimball. II. L.
Marx played Hawntlan airs on th
mandolin, a recitation was glen bj
Miss llendcr and a trio was rcmleied
by Miss Ilogers, Miss Vcrc Holt an I
The men from tho war vessel then
took a hand In tho entertaining.
Among their performances wcro W
McCartney's dancing dolls, II. Swcc
ney's piccolo solo, nn Irish selection by
J. Oeancy and songs by II. Scott, S.
Hill, II. W. I-anthols and J. C. Martin.
All were heartily applauded.
T. Cllve Davie delivered nn address
of welcome to which Captain Fleet of
the l'haeton responded. "Hod Save
the King" was next sung by the whole
gathering, whereupon Captain Fleet
called for threo cheers for the people,
of Honolulu. Finally refreshments
were served and heartily cnjnye.l by
The hall had been very prettily dec
orated with greens, nalm Ves and
flowers by a committee of the follow
ing ladles: Mrs. T. Cllve Davies, Xiic
Ocorge Davies. Miss Hoare. Miss Juliet
King. Miss llyecroft, Mrs. Wallirldgc,
Mrs. McIIrvde. Miss I.ucy Ward. In
chnrgo of the refreshments were Mrs
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5. Increased Output
6. Decreased Cost of Maintenance.
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KINd STRBET, NEAR ALAKEA.
IT IS A PLEASURE TO
Electrical apparatus which gles In
stant and pcrmuncnt satisfaction.
Thnt's tho kind of work I do.
When you use my nnnunclators, bells
nnd other house goods everyone con
cerned Is pleased.
The prices aro right.
EMIL T. DREIER
Contracting nnd CotiHultlnjJ Elcctrlciil
Engineer. Office. Itoom 8. Alugoon Bid
TIILHPIIONH, IILUE 281.
Miss Margaret Walker. MIsb Cordelia
Walker, Miss Cummlngs.
Governor Dole yesterday Issued hla
Fourth District special election procla
mation, naming April 9as the day.
Following arc tho Inspectors of elec
tion named In the proclamation:
First Precinct llooth, street, foot of
"So much of tho decree as allows a l'y '10 tlrao a JllrJ' hai1 uccn B,lm- I'unahott: Inspectors. John
,. nt tniKo t i, ,i.t ... tho nm. moned In Judge Itoblnson's court, the Joseph Act. II. McCullom.
.i,. in .,," i,t., ., ,i, ...,, i -' tlefeiulant In tho horso replevin case i Second I'reclnct llooth. corner of
raanded to tho Circuit Judge for fur- t Thomas Morrtssey vs. Joseph Rosa, Klnau and IMIkol; C. M. White. S. I",
I titer proceedings In conformity with
I thejorcgolng vlows."
Justice Terry Is writer of the opinion
of the Supremo Court deciding tho case
of.Knplolanl Estate vs. L. K. Puahl.
It was an action brought originally by
PER S, S, "ALAMEDA'
New Line Golf Shirts
very latest In tho market.
SILK AND CRAPE SHIRTS. PONGEE
SILK FOR SUITS, direct from the Orient.
BIG LINE OF KIMONAS. - -
Robinson Block, Hotel Street,
Ml II llll IS IIS! I M.l.l I III
General Merchandise. Dry Goods, Groceries.
Japanese Provisions, etc
MAQOON BLOOK, MEBOHANT STREET.
made default. The court gave judg
ment for plaintiff for the horso and
$140 damages for unlawful detention,
defendant to pay $75 additional It ho
cannot produce the horse.
An order was made by Judge rtobln
tho late Queen Dowager Kaplolanl to " yesterday allowing W.'O. Smith,
enjoin tho prosecution, brought by tho . Biwnllnn of Annlo Hall, to sell certain
defendant In this caso for commissions Property situated at Aula In Honolulu.
for collecting the sum of JH.484.73 for I I-nu NR has been appointed ndmln-
Kaplolanl. The defendant was em- istrator of tho estate of Lau Sin Wee,
ployed by complainant to collect her """I ls tn nl a bon1 "' 2500'
rents, pay her servants and generally1 Th master's report on the estate of
to attend to her domestic affairs. In Bim Johanwltz was approved an.I
1890 defendant was discharged and tllc administrator, K. A. Schncfer, tils-
then brought Bult claiming commls- charged.
slons on collections. The court allow-' '"ho accounts of the administrator of
cd her 81.03 upon making a proper , the Jlln ,l0 Cosla cstat0 wcro m'Prov-
settlement of all accounts, and an In-, cc1, , .
innrrlrm wn l-.nf,! restrnlnlnir Puahl J'"1 Hoblnson ttlll hear the case of
from further prosecution of tho suit.
Tho appeal Is taken on tho ground that
the lower court has no Jurisdiction.
Tho Supreme Court holds that tho Cir
cuit Courts had Jurisdiction prior to
tho promulgation of tho constitution
of 1894, In theso matters, therefore sua
Henry Smith vs. Hamakua Mill Com
pany on Monday. This Is the fourth
trial of that case, it having been passed
upon threo times by tho Supremo
The flrainl Jury returned nine In
dictments yesterday, with one informs-
tains tfie decision of tho Circuit Court. I 'lon lBnr.c1' ex "QCk ,.hc arnml
Jury will Investigate tho saloon ques
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY
Judgo I.lttle Is sustained by tho Su
premo Court In his decision refusing a
dlvarco In tho case of Richard T. Illck
ard vs. Kcahonue Hlcknrd. The court
holds that It cannot set aside a dlvorco . . ,,. , ni. t.i.ii.
... - . .. ii .I..,. ....... ... k. Take Laxative Itromo Qulnlno Tablets.
decree upon the shoeing male. The A dntgglstl! rofund JJ,e moooy
court says: "It Is well settled In this faB to curCi B w Orovo.a glgnatur
jurisdiction that tho finds of a court jg 0Q cacD D0X, 25 cents.
In a divorco case ls entitled to the '
samo weight as the verdict of a Jury."
Kaal. W. C. Wilder,
Third I'reclnct Ilulldlng nt cntranro
of lower rcbcrvolr grounds. Nutianul
avenue; F. Mclntyre. Albert Water
house, J. V. Kahawal.
Fourth I'reclnct Kmma Sotiare; W.
C. King. T. C. I'ollknpa, J. II. Hall.-
Fifth I'reclnct Kapunlwa building:
John Short, n. K. I.lllkalanl, John K.
Sixth I'reclnct Honolulu Hale; J. F.
O'Connor. 0. Swain. J. Mahtika.
Seventh I'reclnct Walmanalo school
house; (1. C. Chalmers, John Kckuku,
The third of Mrs. W. F. Frear's ae
ries of Kmerson lectures was given at
tho Y. W. C. A. yesterday afternoon.
The subject was "Man in Relation to
Himself." The lecturo wns rcplcto
with selections and quotations from
Emerson's works. A large number of
ladles attended tho lecture, among
them were: MrB. Drown, Mrs. Kwlng,
Mrs. Wood, Mrs. Klncald, Mrs. Austin,
Mrs. Mead, Mrs. Axtell, Mrs. Hell, Mrs.
Frasher, Mrs. Damon, Mrs. von Holt.
Miss Ilarrett. Miss Austin, Miss Ham
crschlng, Miss Snow Misses Alexander,
Mrs, l.e Iloutllller. Mrs. Hill, Miss Iola
Barber, Miss Oreen, Miss Jennie Carl
sou. Mrs. Theo, Itlchards, Miss New-
comb, Mrs, II, C. Ilrown, Mrs. Dllllng
Big Furniture Store
Whllo walling for our now slnro In tho Sachs' Ilulldlng to bo
completed, wo havo moved temporarily Into tho FISHER BLOCK, op
posite LOVE BUILDING, whero wo aro prcpa.ed to sell tho samo ex
cellent standard of furnlturo as wo havo always mado It a point to
Our temporary quarters nro very handsomo nnd a visit from you
will bo welcome.
PORTER FURNITURE CO., LTD.
l-lslier Ulock, opp. Love Bid.. Port Street.
BIO HOLIDAY 8TOCK OF TOY8.
Many new Stayles Table Covers, Embroidered both of Grass Linen and
Embroidered Plana Covers. 811k Handkerchiefs. Etc.
Heavy Pongee Silk and White Silks, Victoria Lawn, India Lawn and
Laces of all kinds. New stock of 6wl Embroideries.
DRY GOOD8 OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
P. O, Box otj. TS1. l.
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THE OLDEST CHu 'tSE FIRM IN HONOLULU.
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the Bulletin, 75cts. per month
Lnrilna' WATCH Cnntn'
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Pretty rleca or ilol(M'Iatel.icwilrr. riteatonce.
acw Book Co Boi3B.Ahvin.N Carolina u s
Mrs. O'llrlen Oood marnin', Mrs.
McCnlie. An' phwnt makes ycz look
Mrs. McCnbe Slttiro, Dennis was
ulnt to th' penltlntlary for six
Mrs. O'llrlen Well' Slttiro. don't
worry Six months will soon pass,
Mrs. McCnbo Slturo, that's phwat
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MACHINES SOLD, RENTED AND REPAIRED.
Henry H. Williams
THE PROGRESSIVE UNDERTAKER
OP HONOLULU I WITH THE
CITY FURNITURE STORE
a specialty. . .
The very la'est methods
employed In caring I r the
dead. A lull stock of the best
and up-to-date undertaking
goods an 4 paraphernalia.
SIEVE & CD,, San Francisco
To facllltato trado with tho Hawaiian Islands, will uellver
all goods purchased or ordered of them, freo of all charges
for transportation to Honolulu or returning same to San
Francisco. Ooods will bo Bont on selection to thoso know
ing tho Arm, or who will furnish satisfactory references la
Jewelers, Gold and Silver Manufacturers,
Mnrket f Pout St., 8. P.
Illustrated CATALOG UK and prices furnished upon rocolpt
of request. Wo hnvo tho largest manufactory of Jowelry
nnd Silverware west of Now York City, and aro prepared to
furnish Bpeclal designs.
Tel. Alain 311.
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with this establishment ; so
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Office, 1M6 and IH8 Fort St., Love Building.
Phone, Main 64. ' , Residence 1575 Fort St., below Vineyard. Phone and Night Call, White )8u.
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Tald to Policy Holders slnco 18G0 for Death Claims... KUT3.4G3 65
For Matured Policies 7,507,008 27
Dividends and Surrenders 13,699,131 37
Total 115,07 (.212 29
Manager for Hawaiian Islands. JUDO DUILOINO.
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