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EVENING BTJLtETIN. HONOLULU H. T., WEDNESDAY, APRIL 13, 1D02
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A PERFECT BLENDING OF ELEGANCE AND ECONOMY
Wo take considerable plcasuro and a pardonable amount of pride
In calling attention to our present stock of these goods. As we have
given particular attention to th selection and the buying, It Is cer
tainly speaking well for tho sunk when wo say ttiat It Is superior to
any wo have ever shown.
EXCEPTIONABLE VALUES THIS WEEK
Lace Stripes I Fancy Lace Stripes
Assorted patterns; per yard... H Pin patterns, 7 jard for
Satin Stripe Lawns
Assorted stripes; 9 yards for...
Plaids and Checks
Good assortment; 8 yards for..
Bayadere stripes, fine quality.. M 10 yard pieces
20c per yard
75c per piece
UKY UUUUO tAJiVlKArNY, LIU,
DON'T GO ON WORRYING
AVIth Inferior or needlessly expensive Illumination In jour home.
There Is absolutely no occasion for it. Thousands of housekeep
ers throughout the Islands have, removed this annoying problem
entirely by acquainting themselves with the Ideal perfect light for
tho home. It Is as brilliant as gas or electricity, never smokes,
smells or gives any trouble Is lighted and extinguished as easily
as gas, and burns but llttlo Kcroscno oil. Our catalog sb-ws all
btyles from $1.80 up, and Is sent for tho asking.
Theo. H. Davies & Co., Ltd.
Plaids and Checks
I'uncy effects, varied assortment
of patterns; C v arils for
Fancy White Ducks
Vertical stripes; exceptional
quality; 6 yards for
Full line of Dolled Swisses, India Llnons, Organdies, Etc,
We arc still adding now goids to our stock and tho prices are
much lower than you would expect for such meritorious wares.
Among tho now arrivals aro Swiss Tucklngs, in single tucks, cluster
tucks and cluster tucfia with lace-work.
ALL OVER LACES and EMBROIDERIES. New assortment of
BELTS and BUCKLES.
WAIST PATTERNS, In slll.p and wash materials.
FRENCH CHAILLES, in Er.plre Patterns, dress lengths only
no two alike.
New Laco Curtains and Panels, Arabian Escurlal and Renaissance
Lace Curtains, Laco Door Panels in white and Arabian.
Ladies' Shirt Waists
Some exquisitely beautiful waists of sheer linen batiste, narrow
hemstitch tucks nnd (rimmed with lace. Every woman who Is In
touch with the decrees of Damn Fashion knows that laces are the
popular and accepted trlmmtngi lor spring and summer costumes of
all descriptions and you will find these waists right up to date.
PER S. S. "ALAMEDA"
New Line Golf Shirts
very latest In tho market.
SILK AND GRAPE SHIRTS, PONGEE
SILK FOR SUITS, direct from the Orient.
BIG LINE OF KIM0I1AS, - -
noblnaon Block. Hotel Street. '
AROSE FR0MTIIE DEAD
New York, April IS Four as-
slstants to nn undertaker sud-
s denly dropped a collln they were
carrjlng out of tho Paterson, N. J. r
jail door, when the supposed
' corpse broke open the lid and sat '
" up and In vociferous Italian said
i he was not dead He was Alex-
ander Scnzeletta, who had been
Imprisoned for some slight of-
He had been called in the morn- v
4 Ing by the keeper, but did not
I respond. Ills cell was opened and
the man could not be aroused.
The Jail officials were Informed
and they sent at once for tho phy- s
slclan, telling him that a prisoner
bad died In the night. Tho doctor
made n casual examination and
pronounced the man dead and the
undertaker was sent for. His '
cmplojes were carrying the sup-
posed coipse out to tho wagon
when Stazelettn opened his eyes
nnd sat up In tho collln. l'or two
days he talked Incessantly In Jal
but on Saturday he apparently
lost the power of speech, only to
recover it In tho collln.
The Jail physician ordered his
ATTORNEY DAVIS ON
Contempt Law of 1888 Gould Not
Apply to a Court Not Then in
Existence Three Judges
Mr Lewis continued his argument
for th cdlrchargo of Editor Smith of
the Advertiser until 2-!5 yesterday" af
ternoon. Ills contentions Included
four points, namely: that tho contempt
was constructive If nn thing, therefore
not punishable under the Hawaiian
statute, that the publication referred
to n closed cafce. therefore not a con-
tempt, that the petitioner had purged j
himself of contempt, nnd that the pro-1
cecdlngs against the petitioner hail j
been Illegal, dieforc nn lllegnll) con
stituted court, a self-constituted couit,
there being no provision for the Cii
cult Judges sitting In banco
Mr Andrews followed on the same
side, speaking for thrco-nuartcrs of nn
hour. He laid stress on the points he
hnd unsuccessfully icndcnvoird to hnvu
Introduced Into the petitioner's ans
wer. Citations ucro made from ten or
Mr, Davis began his reply on behalf
of the Circuit Court nt 3 o'clock. He
said In (ipenlng "Th's Is not a con
structive contempt. It is a direct con
tempt. They clttulatcd this malicious
und vile cartoon In this courthotitr
while the case to which It leferrcd was
on trial "
While quoting from the books casei
he deemed precisely In point, Mr Davis
made running comments on the c.isn
at bar. Walter ('.. Smith, in his blind
malice against Judge Gear for the slm
of another rerson, assailed him day
after day with vindictive lungungc nnd
cartoons Look at the cartoon, tho
Bpeaker adjured the bench. It repre
sented Judge Gear blessing a vile
specimen of humanity In the net of
committing a dastardly crime. The
cartoon was calculated to shift the bal
ance of the case on trial.
Mr. Smith had a right to attack J
Judge for wrong-doing, but not to dn
so maliciously or so as to prejudice
Justice. The Advertiser's course was
described as "making a sort of St.
Valentine's Day every moinlng" Such
vindictive caricaturing would not bo
tolerated In San I'rancloco. If this car
toon hnd appeared nftir the trial of
-McCarthy. Mr Davis did not think
Judge Gear would have noticed It. Mc- The following program has been ar
v.anny, However vile lie might be. was ranged for the Ma Day fistlval by
the public schools In aid of the Mc-
MONEY BEING GATHERED-
FOR BOARDING SCHOOL
Hilo Needs About $100,000 For Two
New Buildings and Other Im
Mr and Mrs I,. C. Lyman of tho
Hilo Hoarding school aro now In tbo
city for the purpose of securing sub
scriptions to nn endowment fund o(
JlQO.OuO to construct buildings already
planned to start the school on broader
lines. Heretofore the Institution hns
been for boys only but now It Is pro
posed that girls shall also be admitted
and that tin re shall be no restriction
whatever as to nationality.
Mi nnd Mrs L man have already sc
ruicd pledges In Hilo which assura
them of $20,000 and during the two
weeks they Intend spending here, they
hnlie to ftreure n much lamer sum. A
of Congtess relative to lVdcral courts prospectus Ims Jiccn Issued and a largo
liumijcr or copies nnvo ueen fcctit to cer
tain localities on the Mainland wheru
ft trnnrrfll At Mm Hmn rt fltn liiaantrn'
in n iiviHii i- mc viiiiv VI ti)V imo-mi'j
of the Hawaiian law of 1888 there was
no circuit court on the Island of Oahu,
one line having been abolished years
previously. The 1888 law could not
apply to courts not In existence when
it was passed.
Mr. Lewis asked If .Mr. Davis would
consider the circuit court on the other
Islands limited by the law of 1883.
.Mr Davis did not care whether they
it Is hoped money will be secured.
The present building of the Hilo
float ding school were erected about for
ty years ago, nlthough the school It.
self was founded In 1S.1C by Itcv. I). 11.
Lyman It Is the intention of the pro
moters of new scheme to move these
buildings out of the wnj nnd to use
them as sheds nnd for manual training
were or not. He had enough on his ,lr,1(,SP9. u t9 ,Mrcil that two new
hands for the present. Let tho countr)
circuit courts take care of themselves.
He did not believe that a constitutional
buildings shall be erected, one for the
boys ami the other for tho girls They
ore to be two stories In height and
court deriving Its cxlstcnco from nn nit j , hnU! rooniy Mllrmt.nig. T,c c0,t
or uongress couiu uo muuc nmenai.ie .,. .,. ..,, ... .,..., t:.0.uoo Tllnv
to the acts of an oligarchy happily
passed awny A momon'. later ho re
fleeted smilingly that perhaps ho had
will be at opposite ends of the premi
ses nnd will fnic out upon n, semi
circular driveway with n covered pas-
better not have made that remark. , BaRcwn) connecting the two buildings.
ami was plunging inio mo principles ui - ,10 st of , rcBcnl boari, of trlln.
an Iowa decision when tho Chief Jus-', ,,, ,, ,rlrl,r..i i, ,,.. ,.r n,
tlee tailed a parley on the matter of
Mr. Andrews, In answer to n ques
tion', said lie desired the privilege ot
elucidating a few points, while Mr. Da
vis thought he might conclude his ad
dress In two hours more
Chief Justice Krear then declared nn
adjoin nmtnt until 10 o'clock this morn
grounds for the new school plan, Is as
follows Hon. I". S. Lyman, president,
Uev. C W. Hill, secretary, C. H. Rich
ardson, Hev. S. L, Desha, Hon. G W
Ilnpnl. N. C Wlllfong, Mrs. J I..
Illchnrdson. Dr. Trillins Wctmoro,
Kev. J Knuhniio, Itcv S. C Luahiau,
Itev O. P. Emerson V W Hall. .1 II.
Athcrton Principal and tic.isurcr, L.
C I.ymnn, vice president Itcv It. K
Ilaptlslc. teachers, W II llcers Mrs
i:il.i Westcrvelt Miss Maude O Han
sen David Keahl, Mrs J. T Lewis
General Merchandise, Dry Goods, Groceries.
Japanese Provisions, etc
MAGOON BLOCK, MEROHAKT itTREET.
.O. Boss 886 rkdZaan 21R
TWO WEEKS MORE OF BIG SALE
At tho store of Goo lura, 1116 Nuuanu street. Tho finest of Orient
al silks and linens, consisting of dress goods and embroidered handker
chiefs 32 Inches square and table covers 3t! and 41 Inches square. Ladles
and gentlemen's furnishing goods and underwear; duck suits, bath robes;
remnants of grass linen, figured silks and other goods.
GOO KIM, 1116 Nuuanu Street
theory of Innocence. Ho was entitled
to a fnlr nnd public trlnl The consti
tutional right uf free speech must bn
exercised with due respeit to otbor
piovlslons of the constitution. Tho
Judiciary was a brunch of the govern
ment nnd must be upheld.
According to a Massachusetts cuso
It ,&a not tho Intuit hut the result of
Interference with the courts which
made contempt. Thus It was In this
case. That thing there (pointing to
tho cartoon) caused a mistrial nnd
compelled the calling of n new Jury.
Not what Mr. Smith Intended to do hut
what he did was the point. Yet nn
nmount of argument nbout his Intent
could bo supported Ever) body In this
community knew what he Intended
morning after morning.
The Circuit Court was a constitution-
nl court created by the Organic Act,
us judges were appointed by the Pres
ident of the United States. Counsel
might talk about Its being an Inferior
court, but It was a court existing by
tho samo authority as thla honorable
Supremo Court. If members of the
press thought proper to attack cer
tain courts and Judges, la them be
careful that they did not attack tho
rights of third paitlrs.
Coming to tho matter of the citation.
.Mr. Davis said ho was going Into that'
question becauso he expected to niako
Komo money out of It hereafter There
could be hut ono Circuit Court. Tho
Circuit Court consisted of three Judges
When a court sat In divisions It re
quired statutory provisions that did
not exist here. It was Judge Gear who
found Mr. Smith guilty and sentenced
him. You cannot go behind that mlltl
inus. it was tho light of the Chief
Justice to call In his colleagues for
consultation on a matter of hnbena
corpus or .any other matter In which
ho had Individual Jurisdiction. Equally
did n single Judgo of tho Kirst Clieult
whose court consisted of three Judges,
call his colleagues Into consultation.
Judge Gfar was presiding at tho Clr
cult term when this matter arose.
Answering n question of Justice Per
ry, the speaker said he didn't taro
whether the other two Judges were sit
ting to ndvlso the presiding Judgo or
as co-ordinate members of tho tourt.
In cither case, It was the Circuit Court
In reply to a remark by Mr. Andrews
about tho mittimus Mr. Davis said
"It Is signed by thu clerk. That Is n
Kinley Mcmoriil 1'und mid to bo glv
tn In t lie Opera House on the night ot
Mil) Day Pcstlv nl March
.. Tcnltrinl Government Hand
Mn) pole Danco
.. ..St. Andrew's Priory School
Pair) land UTUtz
. .0. A. Ve.-ulo Jr., N'ormnl School
Scarf Dance, by Pupils of Mrs. Giinn h
Henrietta Smith, Mrtte Schiirman
Martha McChcsncy, Hiith MiChcs-
ne), Grace Robertson,
Chorus The llrld.il of the lllrds..
Ilrluley Richards, Kuuiehanicha Girls'
Wand Drill.. Ilo)s of tho Royal School
Chorus Maka Pol.il
Chorus Old Kentuck) Homo ....
(a) The Gloiy of God In Nature
EFFECT 1 Iffiu
P O, Box ts. 1st. it
XPcncnGr wo oobclit
THE OLDEST CHi. BE FIRM IN HONOLULU,
Dttltu lo Flat Sllki nl Gnu Lloiot. Chlotn iod Jiptoii GooJi of At Klili
sio-ti Nuatnu ftrt
GEO, A, MARTIN, Tailor Boston Building,
lit list Night
Oahu College Chorus.
Choi H8 Nuuanu. Arr. by Ivamilinmclia
Selection Piinahou Violin Quartet
Contain -Tho Ivy (Jrcen .... Guiltless
(adapted I High Kclioo'
Concluding with tableaux.
Tho in ub Kttinrc Concept.
The band will play the following se
lections at a concert to bo given In
Thomas Squaio this evening, heglnulir:
at 7 30 o'clock
Overture Seinlramldo Itosslul
Cornet Solo I'lrst Love .... Nciiman
Mr. Charles Krcutir,
HemluUccntcs of Itosslul Godfrey
(a) KukllaklU (h) Wnklkaahuula.
Miss I. Kelllaa.
(e) Kllloulanl (dj Llholiho.
Mrs. N. Alapal.
I'untnsla My Old Kentucky Homo
Gavotte llohcnzollern Thlele
W'ultr Tho Louvre Wahltcutcl
Polka lied und Illat It Coote
The Star Spangled llanner,
London. April 15 -The budget pro
posals prevented to the House of Com
mons )estcrtln) were received fairly
well on the Stock Hxchango today
where tin various departments de
veloped no particular fenttuc with thu
exception of a diop in Consols, on sell
ing preparatory to thu Issue of thu
new loan, which iterators generally
fci em to consider will lake the form of
a fiesh Issue of consols Operator.) on
the exchange tnntlniKtl to be Iiopiful
as to the outcome of the pence confer
cnte nt Pretoria
1 he llrltlsh Cabinet nut at noon to
day. Among other business consider
ed was the leply of the llocr leaders
to tTie Government's tomniunlcatlon,
mentioned by A,' J. Halfour. tho Gov
ernment leatlei, In tho House of Coih-
Uccthovin j I""" )tcrday.
.. KJerulf "") Northwestern Association of
Millers, at a numeiously attended
meeting, h( lil In tho Liverpool Corn
Exibnnge to lay, diciditl to advance
the price of Hour by a shilling n sack,
ami to add the new duty of 0 pence
in r hundri'dw eight on all Hour which
should hnvu lieiu delivered before to
day. 'I here was n heavy slump In sugar
at Liverpool today. I 'rites 'fell nine
peine to a shilling In tho day, with the
jirospiil of a further decline, In conse
quence of there being no alternative
In the sugar duty. Speculators had
heavll) stocked themselves with sugar,
In anticipation of a possible Increase In
This being the birthday of Governor
I Dole, tho band pla)cd tho following so-
Mr titvI., ....i i i. .... , ,1 lecuons ni ins nomo on i.imu strcel
' vumiiiniivmvu .ir. I.UKIK I (hi. mornliic
upon having made an able effort, but ,;. ,..,
o.l.i i. I,... i .ti.i ... ... t.- . ' .1 "" iiuiiureu.
M-t.u n .u, luiii-u tu ui'piy ins law 111
the facts. "You cannot make the case.
you cm only argue on the facts."
The next point argued was that tho
Overture Hlrtlidiiy Klotow
Gloria ISth Muss Mozart
Intermezzo Cavallei In Uusllcauu.
f!lr,.llt enn.i l II.. r..l r.1 ..,. JUIlBUIfclll
.,i7( , ""'..... , Selectlun-Tho Ilohemhui Glrl...ll.ilto
?,C,.n3t" na'rt ,d 'ts Inherent ' March-Governor Dole Uergir
lights could not he Impaired by acts
Alden Elrrtnc ''Helf
pensorv 's guaranteed
all the ..uratlve nrorer
ties of the esoenve belts now sold by
dovtors anJ. drup,R 's. It gives a very
trons; current of electricity and Is eally
regulated. Hound to supersede others. Can
be had from the undersigned only: no
agents n discount, Circular free. Address
"lercc Iilectrlc Co , 206 Post St.. S n
Frai...lco. Sent free to Hawaii l.ir Rf? OO
Alohn Oo' Hawaii Ponol,
The star. Spauglid llanner.
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY
Tnlip Laxntlvo Ilromo Quinine Tablets.
All druggists refund tho money If it
fails to cure. L. W. Grove's signature
Is on er.cb box. 25 cents.
Among tho departures for Hilo and
way poits In Klnau Tuesday weiothe
following V I. Madclia. J. M. Oat
and wife, A Hauncberg, I). II. Ilny
seldcn, 11. II Gchr, Dr. J 11. Raymond
Illshop nnd Mrs Willis, v. T. Day, M.
It. Houghtallhig -p. II. Marnnachlc.
Palmer Woods, J, W. Ilcrgstrom and
W. II. Smith.
Ol'I'ICUim I'llkVBNT IIIJU.
At about 10 30 o'clock last night nn
alarm of lire was sent In fiom llox No.
13 011 (Jut en sticct b) Captain Pohnku
of tho police force who huppuied to be
out going tho rounds nt the time. 11 re
was discovered at a place back of
Kerr's on Ouien strict and for a while
the lumber yard of Allen Ar Robinson
was In Imminent dunger ot taklug fire,
l'ohaku turned In thu alarm and then
.'Ith the nssisluncc of 0 Ulcers who had
arrived In the patrol wagon before tho
Hie derailment, set lo work to extin
guish tho blaze which started in n dry
goods litix and a pile of kindling wood
found ufalnut thu back lion door lead
ing to 'Ken's. The work was so well
done that In u few minutes after tho
arilvitl uf the ihcmluit engine, thu
ll.tmis weie extinguished. Captain I'o
haku und his men deserve gicat credit
for the work they did. They certainly
tauil Alldi Robinson thousands of
tlullaiH The lellettlon of tho llro
against the wall of Allen te Robin
sons building was what alarmed the
olllieis on (Jucen strict.
jl.1 A?A"f ns:w
FOR THE HOME
there Is no other light so convo nlcnt nnd satisfactory as the Incan
descent electric lamp. NO DISAGnEEADLE ODOR3J NO SMOKE
OR DIRT. Always ready for us o wliu n soft, steady and brilliant light.
Let us givo )ou figures on wiring your house, and If you desire wo
can furnish you with tho new " HYLO" LAMP. 00000 o .
HAWAIIAN ELECTRIC CO., Ltd
KlniJ Street. Telephone It 1)0
THE TRANSCENDENT ARC LIGHT
roo c. i.
Consumes nothing hut ordinary Kerosene
Oil. The hel light known to science and
the cheapest Havo received tho Highest
Awards at the Pan-American Exposition.
Suitable for store and halls, and arc In us'i
In good many of our prominent stores
throughout tho city, such as Wall. Nichols
Co, Honolulu Drug Co., Holllstcr Drug Co,
Mclncrny Shoo Store. Ellto Ico Cream Par
lors. Hawaiian Hotel and otners too numer
ous to mention. Wo nlso nave the same
Are I .amp to burn 12 hours, which Is suit
able for lamps to bo placed In yards as .1
protection ngalnst night prowlers. Our
lamps arc In use throughout nil the planta
tions, For further particulars Inqulro of
WASHINGTON LIGHT CO, C, W. Macfarlane, M'gr
All sizes In quarter-sawed oak and beautifully finished.
Largo stock of
Extension Dining Tables.
Axminster and Smyrna Rugs.
Tapestry and Chenille Portieres.
Folding chairs to let for nny occasion, and tho very best uphols
tering done lllcgant lino ot furnliuro In nil departments.
PORTER FURNITURE CO., LTD.
Plalier Illoch, opp. Love llltl., Port Htrect.
Hawaiian Engineering and Construction Co.
ROOMS 508, 509, 510 STANGENWALD BUILDING.
P. O. BOX 834. TEL. MAIN 7f
All classes of Engineering Work solicited; Examinations, Surreys and Re
ports made for any class of Waterworks, Steam and Electric Construction;
I'Uns and Specifications and Estimates Prepared, and Construction 8uprli
tended, In all branches of Engineering Work; Contracts solicited for RsJl.
cads, Electric and Steam; Tunnels, Bridges, Buildings, Highways, Founds
'Jons, Piers, Wharves, etc
Speclnl attention given to Examinations, Valuations, nd Reports sO
Properties tor Investment purposei.
FREDERICK J. AMWEO. M. AM. Sot O, .,
Engineer and Manager.
W. It CASTLE JI1.. Secretary and Treasurer
I C. J. DAY & CO.-GROCERIBSi
Hb 11 mm
Washington, April 1 1. Tho Senntu
C oiiunlttc'u 1111 Pacific Ultinds ami Pur
1 1 Itko today heard (lovenior Dolu
mil other Hiiwniliins on two bills pend
ing liofnro tho committee. Gnvu'iuir
fioln und State Senator (leorgo it
Larter Hpoko In lavnr of the bill for
il'c nppoitloumciit of Senators In III
vail aiitl Delegnto Wilcox and Kl-'iM
Ciopless opposed It. (luvernor Dok
rtUti spoko against tho hill grnnlliiK
right of way to tho Hawaiian Di'rh
Company, saying the legislation vvai
NeeilH No Crcinn
o NccUh No SurVup
122 KING STREET
o next to IlulletlnOttlco
I PHONE MAIN 119
SHREVE & CO., San Francisco
To faellltato trado with tho Hawaiian Islands, will ueltver
all goods purchased or ordered of them, frco of nil charges
for transportation to Honolulu or returning samo to San
Francisco. Goods will bo sent on selection to thoso know
ing tbo firm, or who will furnish satisfactory references In
San Francisco. ',
Jewelers, Gold and Silver Manufacturers,
Market f Post StH., 8. P.
Illustrated CATALOGUE and prices furnished upon receipt
of request. Wo havo tho largest manufactory of Jewelry
nnd Sllvorwaro west of Now York City, and nre prepared to
furnish special designs.
J. De Turk's Table Wines
justly known to bo tho CHOICEST
CALIFORNIA PRODUCT. A largo
supply of tho different vnrletles Just '
rucclved by "
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SOLE AGENTS AND GENERAL DISTRIBUTORS
THE HAWAIIAN TERRITORY.
A. V. GIIAIi, President.
UMMUTT MAY, Secretary.
The Honolulu Investment Do,, Ltd.
Inuure your Lite, Property. Household Goods or Merchnndlso
In tho best nnd strongest companies, as represented by
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