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And with her arrival the Alameda has brought us a wonderfully beau
tlful and complete line of tho mo3t uxqulslto
Our store now presents nn nppoaraneo of both gorgeous and deli
cate materials that wilt make ex ceedlngly handsomo dresses. Come
early, for remember tho first c omcrs are the ones who linvo the first
selection. Delow wo mention so mo of tho now fabrics:
Satin Striped Mull
New pretty patterns In light
blues, sea foam and pinks.
Now Tcrslan effects, very dain
ty colorings and novel patterns.
Applique effects, latest designs,
roloi light blue with black,
pink with black and gray with
Grass Linen and Batistes
In pretty linen effects.
Lawns and Muslins
In fancy stripes and figures; all
the veiy latest.
Silk Mixed Tissue
Tho very newest designs, ex
quisite colorings, blue, pink, sea
foam and light tan.
Grass Linen Tissue
Very sheer, linen color; will
make up prettily.
Silk Mixed Tissue
Solid colors, soft material, in
cream, black and dovo color.
An unusualy flno-assortment of
latest designs and elegant com
bination of fancy stripes, solid
color stripes nnd polka dots In
New Spring White Goods
Ours aro the prettiest white londs ever brought to tho Islands.
r.he patterns are novel and bcautirul. This Btock Is an entirely now
Importation and consists of a complete assortment In nil lines.
New Applique Trimmings, New Black Waved Lace,
Arabian aces, Etc., Etc,
WHY THROW $40 AWAY
by paying $100 for a typewriter when you can get an up-to-date
strictly high grado uiachlno
The Wellington Visible Writer
for $60. This machlno is a revolution In typewriters. One of
many endorsements given tho Wellington Typewriter is at follows
"We mako tho statement positively
that they aro absolutely tho best, ex
celling all others In simplicity, dura
bility nnd accuracy. Wo aro using 76
of them In our Philadelphia and Now
York stores. Thoy havo our unquali
(Signed) JOHN WANAMAKEIt."
We have just received a shipment of theso typewriters and
will be pleased to give full particulars regarding same.
Tlieo. It Davies & Co., Ltd.
N. S. SACHS' DRY GOODS CO., ltd
JUDGE GILBERT F LITTLE OF THE FOURTH CIRCUIT COURT OF HILO
who may cite Attorney General Dole and High Sheriff Brown for contempt
of court. Attorney General Dole has ordered Deputy Sheriff Andrews to Ig
nore Judge Little's order that the money for fines, forfeitures, executions,
costs, etc., In all canes tried In the Fourth Circuit shall be paid to the clerk
of the court Instead of being remitted to the High Sheriff at Honolulu.
Pa Pa Pa pa P ki n Rs rat B Kb Pa w m r-a in Ri m sa rot p.a Pa Pa w fa
I calendar for argument, nnd honrd nnd
submitted to the Court for decision nt
the opening of tile court on the first
.Monday after the filing of tho ccrtlfl-
cato with the clerk, unless otherwise
j ordered by the Court.
No. 11. Disehargo and Composition
I Application for the discharge of a
lillUIMllPirV DUJtrcnilDr bankrupt, or for confltmatlon of a com
DANIMtUI Itl InULCUUKL position, duly verified, should be filed
In the first Instance with the ltefereo
in c'linrge of tho case, who will there
upon fix a day for tho hearing hetoro
tho Judge, which mny bo upon nny
Monday at 10 a. m., and gle the req
uisite notices thereof to all creditors
or other persons Interested; nnd there
after transmit to tho clerk of the
court, two days prior to the return day.
due proof of the service of such no
tices, together with tho petition for
dischnrce or comnositlon.
Judge M. SI. Ustce this morning pro- On the return dny, tho default of all
mulgntcd the following bankruptcy creditors not nppearlng in opposition
IN FEDERAL COURT FOR
Petition May Only Be Heard in Open
Court Bankrupt Estate
Must Pay Cost -- '
CLEANLINESS IN SCHOOLS
The Savannah, (la.. News says-
Superintendent of Public Instruction
Otis Ashmore, with tho assistance oi
the principals and teachers of the
schools, has been wnglng war on dirt.
The dirt, Is, or wns, on the persons ot
some of the children In the public
schools. The crusade has been attend
ed with a considerable degree of suc
cess. There la a rule of the Hoard of Indu
ration that tho pupils of the schools
shall always appear In their class
looms neat nnd clean, nnd It Is this
rule Hint Is being enfuned with an
especial degree of diligence and strict
ness. In nine cases out of ten It Is, ot
course, not needed; It Is (he tenth rasa
which offers tho problem with which
Uic school authorities have to contend.
"I am very much In earnest on this
subject," said Supl. Ashmore, yester
day, "und I Intend to see to It that
the rule of the board Is enforced. I du
not require that children shall come to
school wenrlng fine or cxpcnlc gar
ments, 1 do and shall continue to ri
quire that their clothes be neat ana
"llralilrs tue snnltar) nnd hyglcn I
principles, there Is in my opinion i .
close and distinct relationship between;
cleanliness of person nnd cleanliness in
thought and conduct there Is a moial
and ethical prlnrlple also llnuheil
Squalor and filth breed crime as well
UB dlseuBl', UIM1 1 uvuur mc ntuuuin
should tench other lessons than those
that art to be learned from text books.
One of these Is that 'Cleanliness Is next
to (lodllness ' and by personal exhorta
tion, on my visits to the school build
ings, laid through the constant efforts
of the principals and teachers 1 am en
deavoring to Impress this upon the
BEATS HAWAII SPORTSMEN.
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2. Convenience and Flexibility.
3. Saving of Power.
4. Sanitary Improvement.
6. Increased Output
6. Decreased Cost of Maintenance.
A full explanation of tho above points will bo cheerfully given at
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KINO STREET, NEAR ALAKEA.
rules ns Just revised by him
Bankruptcy Rules Adopted by the Dis
trict Court of the United States
for the District of Hawaii.
No.l. In every case whcio n person.
corporation, or firm Is -by the
adjudicated n bankrupt, the rauao lln
which such adjudication is made shall
Immediately, without any special or
der of the Court, stand referred to tho
neferee In bankruptcy living nearest
tho residence of such bankrupt; the
said Itefciee thereafter to exercise In
such cause jurisdiction ns confeired
upon referees In bankruptcy by tho
Act to establish a uniform system of
bankruptcy throughout the United
States," approved July 1, 1898. And
In addition to such general authority,
the said referee Is authorized to cause
notice to bo given of the time and
to tho discharge or composition Khali
be entered. Upon due filing of writ
ten specifications of tho grounds ol
opposition, to tho discharge or the
composition, the same shall, unless
fjomt otherwise ordered by the Court, bo re-
lerii'ii iu uic reicrur in marge ui wic
case, to take tho proof and testimony
offered by tho parties nnd to ascertain
and report tho facts. The hearing
luereon beforo the itcferee may be
brought on by either party on four
days' notice to the other.
No. 12. When the Court refers nny
matter especially to n referee to tako
evidence, or to report upon any speci
fied issue or Issues of law or fact, tho
Iteferce shall be entitled to n per diem
ompeiisatlon at the rate nf.JlU per
day for each day he Is necessarily en
gaged under said order of reference,
I Big Furniture Store
Phfortl, noting credit Th.,.- fc
mony under each oritur of reference
and all other not lew required by law.
K. . lll I,,, ( n i HIWIIJ IUHI VU
. -U UVULIUM Ujr UI UfcUIUOl ,,,,, . ., I .t,. 4 I .
corporation or firm shall be . , . . . . ,. .. , '
time when o amo s presented for SJ" 'tho nXcM,', hn
filing, there Is deposited with ttaa , S""?0"".'." JS J1.1., f.1" " "I'0
clerk, In addition to the 25 prescribed " V, ."V1'?"".?. ":.""J. "L '.'.. " . iZ.
by the statutes, the sum of ten ($10)
dollars for tho purpose of paying
cost of publication of notices In tho
proceeding, nnd of giving notice to
plication for disehargo or composition
I find tnn tin ilnnin n ilnrl fiv tlin DrTfnrnn
tltO , , ' . i ' "
iiviiiit' JiuvuiUH nnu 1111- iii-tii iiik.
but the sum so paid mny In tho event
.wx-umK. 1. ... K.....H "" '" .. .,. nnnnsllliin Is Klle.-esr..l l,n
ir LTJZrjLTZ th Court .. n chnrgo
cost of publication of notices and of i06!1"1. , .t'8'",,,H , ' . v, .
M..I ...1 t rr.,ll.nru n.,,1 llio , nt N- 13' A Pftltloll for a I OVjeW
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PER S, S. "ALAMEDA"
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very latest In the market.
SILK AND GRAPE SHIRTS. PONGEE
SILK FOR SUITS, direct from the Orient.
BIG LINE OF KIMONAS. - -
Robinson Block, Hotel Street.
General Merchandise. Dry Goods, Groceries
.Japanese Provisions, etc.
MAQOON BLOCK, MEROHAKT hTREET.
RETIRING FROM BUSINESS
commencing March 1, 1902, I will sell all tho stock in my storo
Regardless of Cost
Is tlin cppoitunlty ot a llfo-tlme lo obtain great bargains In every
GOO KIM, 1116 Nuuanu Street
P O BOS MJ Tt. l
THE OLDEST CHi. E FIRM IN HONOLULU.
Dtiuin Id Flu Silk nl Gr.n Llnral. Chlti.n tod Jtpin.lt Qoodl ol All Klolt
5ulletm 75c. per month.
the Judge of an order made Tiy tho
Ueferee. as provided In C.enernl Order
No. XXVII of the (leneral Orders In
Referee wlihln ten days fiom the .Intit
of such order, unlesn for good cnuso
shown, such time Is extended.
No. 14. A person entitled to tllo n
petition for review or a petition for
the reexamination of nny elnlm filed
against the bankrupt's estate, shall at
tho time of filing, deposit With the
ltefereo such sum as the Iteferce may
designate ns required to oer the
cost of such pro( ceding.
No. lo. Tho Hefcieo shall lie enti
tled to receive for use of his ofilco In
cich case IS. and In addition thereto
for use of office the sum of It for
each day tho same Is used In the tak
ing ol testimony In nny proceeding be
foro him, provided that the charge, for
office rent shall In no case exceed tho
sum of 5. KSTKi:, Judge.
CHAMPION TODACCO CHEWERS.
"Americans aro tho great tobacco
1 hew era of the world.' said Mr. John
Landotroet. n prominent tobacco man
of Richmond, Vu.. nt the llalelgh.
"Hour fifths of the annual produc
tion In the United States is loimumcd
nt home by the noble army of rhewers
nnd It is nn ever-increiising army.
The Kuropenn smokes, but ho does not
chew tho weed to nny extent. In Hng
land tho law Is severe again it putting
Into tobacco any foreign bubstnucu.
but In our country nil that Is mado
Into plug turni rontnlns n modicum
nt sugar or liquorle, which does not
hurt It In the leant, but whlili la de
manded by the consumers.
"In Home of tho Southern Htaten tho
consumption of snuff Is heavy, nnd
the females who dip are almost ns nu
merous as the men who ilicw. In tho
big factories of tho North tho women
employes aro Inveterate users of snuff
nnd while working keep their nnuths
stuffed with It.
"Whenever you come acioss a col-
nttv ftt HwpilPft vnll will find tlrift men
benk- addicted to tho snuff hnblt. Thoy tako
Imivc n particularly rank soil by tho mouth-
elapsed after tho first meeting of crcd- ful und upiicnr to enjoy ns a school
Itors, without an application by tho . hoy does rally. I tried some once nnd
bankrupt for his dischnigc. In about thirty seconds felt as dlzty
No. 3. Where a tiusteo has beon np- 'ns If I had toyed with sixteen mint Jil
nnltited. tho case Bhiill bo deemed clos- leps. That's tho kind of sensation
of the record book of the Iteferce shnll
be deemed costs In the proceeding, nnd
.1 .I.I........ ..!.. I ......n n lnl.n
aalnsV the estate for tho amount' of 1 "?""... '""' '.'' U.
such deposit to he paid out of the as
sets of said estate as other costs.
No. 3. Tho petition by or against a
person In bankruptcy shall be heard
only In open court.
No. I. Tho money deposit required
by Bankruptcy itulo No. S shall bo
Immediately paid by tho clerks to the
Kefeieu to whom tho cause In which
such deposit has been made shall have
been referred, nnd the Itcferee shnll
disburse the same in accordance ,'
said rule and render nn account theio
01 to tho Court.
No, 5. All motions or applications
for orders In any bankruptcy proceed
ing, except such as aro addressed to
tho Itcferee In bankruptcy, will bo
heard only nt the opening ot the morn
ing session of tho Court.
No. fi. The Hirst National Hank ot
Hawaii (tho same being tho United
States Depository), at Honolulu. Island
of Oahu. nnd the Hirst Hank of IIIIo,
at ,HI!o, Islnnd of Hawaii, aie hereby
designated ns depositories for the
moneys of bankrupt estates In con
formlty with section 01 of tho Hank
ruptcy Act of IS98, upon their giving
bunds to tho United States to bo speci
fied by tho Judge or this Couit and
said bonds to bo npproved by said
No. 7. Checks or warrants drawn
pursuant to (leneral Older No. XXIX
of tho Supremo Court of the United
States, adopted Nm umber 28th, 1S08,
shall bo rouutorslgned by tho Ueferee
having Jurisdiction of tho case to
which tho moneys so drawn against bo
long, Copies of this rule nnd of said
general ordor shall bo furnished by tho
clerk to each depository within this
No, 8. When there nre no assets.
and no trustee has been appointed, und
no application for a trustee Is pending,
after a meeting of creditor duly call
ed, tho case shall be detuned closed
for tho purposo of tho payment by tho
clerk to tho Heforeo of the deposit for
...s services when a discharge has
been granted or lefused to t
runt, or when three, mouths
"Hello, Ike!" snld I'crklns, ns that
Individual walked Into the store.
"Ilow'il you make out gunnlu today?"
"Tolo'lde, Jest tole'ble; that's alt. I
got four black ducks, six broad bill
and ten winters.
"I must Bay thet's pretty good shoot
In' for ono day." said I'crklns.
" 'Twas putty fair, but I should luo
got more yet If my shells hadn't gin
"Thet so?" snld tho Constable.
" Twns hard luck, and 'minds me o'
one day 'bout four years ago, when I
went down tu the meddcrs gunnln'
with thet old muzzle-loader er mine.
I fooled 'round all day, till I had only
one charge of powder left, lllrds had
been con.. 'long, one In a Hock and
now and then tew lone 01. 'it, and all
or 'em out er range, and I didn't get
n bird. I wns kinder discouraged,
hadn't hnd a good shot all duy. Hut
Jest as 1 was glttln' out of tho stand
I henrd a goose hollcrin', nnd I
crouched down quick. I can tell jer.
nnd purty soon ho landed plump down
In the slough-hole In front of me.
where my dccoyB was. I was Just tu
the south of the deacons meddcr
you fellers remember how tho marsh
there Is very narrer and runs right
clus up to the bench and my stnnd
was Jest abieast of thet low place nn
the beach they call tho blow-hole
.a-al. I moved round keerful and got
a bend on tho old goose, when ho must
have smelt me, for Jest as I was goln'
to let him hcv It he begun swlmmln'
away from me. I didn't want tu loso
him, so I begun to whistle him back,
nnd. if jou'll bellove me. ns I wns a
sfttln' there, wlint should I see romln'
up by tho blow-holo but n red fox.
Hoys, I'd hev given my hull farm for
another chnrgo of powder and shot
tlu . minute, 1 guess. The goone by
this tlmo had circled round and begun
tu come towards me agin, and tho
fox wns n-standln' still. Gradually tho
old goose wbb glttln' In line with thet
fox. 'Ily thunder'' 's k 'If I can git
'em In n line there's a chance of glttln'
cm both.' In another minute they
was right In lino and I let "em hev It
Jest ns I fired a blue llsh Jumped out
of the water from a school on 'em thet
was ehasin' halt Inshore. I shot tint
goose plum through the head, lamed
the fox bo ho couldn't run and killed
thet hlucflsh ho he drifted ashore, and
I got the hull three."
"Hoys," said Perkins, solemnly. "If
jou'll step Intu the back room I'll set
up tho elder." Judge.
While, waiting for our now storo In tho Sachs' Ilulldlng to bo
completed, wo linvo moved temporarily Into tho FISHER DLOCK, op
posite LOVE DUILDINQ, where we nre prepa.ed to sell tho same ex
cellent standard of furniture as wo havo always mado It a point to
Our temporary quarters aro very handsome nnd a visit from you
will bo welcome.
PORTER FURNITURE CO., LTD.
PIkIicp Block, opp. Love Bid., Port Street.
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To facilitate trade with tho Hawaiian Islands, will uellver
all goods purchased or ordered of them, free of all charges
for transportation to Honolulu or returning sarao to San
Francisco. Goods will be sent on selection to those know
ing tho firm, or who will furnish satisfactory references in
Jewelers, Gold and Silver Manufacturers,
Market tr Pont 8ts., 6. P.
Illustrated CATALOGUE and prices furnished upon receipt
of request. Wo havo the largest manufactory of Jewelry
and Sllvcrwnro west of Now York City, nnd aro prepared to
furnish special designs.
Tel. Main fill.
Pontotllcc Box B7
ed und tho deposit for his hervlces paid
to him on tho confirmation of a com
position, or nn approval of the trim
tee's llnui account and payment of tho
llnnl dividend, or upon tho trusteo's
01lfled report that no assets hao
lomo Into his hands or were discover
anlo. When the ensu Is closed, If no
trustee has been appointed, tho ilepor.lt
for trusteo's services shall bo pnld by
by tho clerk to tho petitioner's attor
ney. No. 10. All questions certified by
tho referee to tho Judge of this court
for ids opinion khall bo plT-ecl on i'.io
those Sweden want, hut one experi
ence would do niu a llfetlnio." Wash
TO CURE A COLU IN ONE DAY
Tnko Laxative Hromo Quinine Tablets.
All druggists refund tho money If II
falls to euro. K. W. Grove's signature
la nn each box. 2E cents.
BEFORE AND AFTER.
Tho woman he married was not
In the least what his fancy depicted.
Hut ho was content with his lot,
And didn't seem badly afflicted.
He thought of connubial life
In u way that was purely Ideal.
Hut later discovered his wife
Was most unmistakably real.
She lost all her fondness for walks.
Wlicro tho moonlight Its soft sha
And all thobe Imagined sweet talks
Were entirely on practical matters.
No scorn luul she now fur bnse pelf.
Shu ato three tcuiare meals without
And wanted n chair lo licrnelf.
Declining with him to sit double.
In fancy she sat ns bIic played
And siing soft nnd low In tho twi
light; Instead elio now pulled down the shade
And turned up the gas to a high
Tho poets together they planned
To read, while the marriage was
Now seldom or never were scanned:
He smoked and she s.it at her mend
l'ond visions! How swiftly they fado
Into gray from their tints bright and
And poems of life wo sec made
Into something undoubtedly prosy.
Hut hone of this mado the man sore-
Indeed, he'd no cause for dejection.
Tor she made all tho dr(sCH she worn
And cooked pork nnd beniis to per
fection. Chicago News.
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