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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T.'lt.. Tl i:at)AY. IWVA 7, 1908.
Sale Now On
650 Dozen Ladies' Stockings
in Black, White and Tan
at Almost Half Price.
LOT 1 Ladle' Tan, drop-stltr.li hote, full line of sizes;
regular 2Sc. value, slightly ipotted; on tale at 10a P" pa
LOT 2 Ladles' plain black hote, Hermsdorff dye, alzet
B13 and 31-2; regular 25e, value, on sale..l5t per pal
LOT 3 Ladle' plain black hote, extra fine, Hermtdorff
dye, all vlzer; 25c. value, on aale at. ... .1Q 2 3 per pa
LOT 4 Ladles black, drppttltch hote, tlxei 8 and 10;
regular 25c. value, on tale at 162-3a per pa
LOT S Ladlea' all lace black hote, all sizes; regular 35c.
value, on sale at 202 per pa
LOT 6 Lad let black silk plaited hote, all alzet; regular
Sue value, on aale at 25J per pa
LOT 7 Ladles' white dropstltch hote, all sizes; regular
2c value, on sale'at 12 1-2f per pa
LOT 8 Ladles' lace ankle white hose, all sizes; regular
35c value, on aale at 17 Pr pa
LOT 9 Ladles' white lace hote, all sizes; regular 35c.
value, on sale at 20d Per P
LOT 10 Ladles' fine white cctton hote, all sizes; regular
35c value, en sale at 17 1-2J per pa
N. 8. SACHS
Dry Goods Company Ltd.
CORNER FORT AND BERETANIA 8TREET8.
(From Monday's First Edition.)
din OF IAN
MOCMTSUKI DINNER TO
WILL BE ADDED A8 A FEATURE
TOURISTS PROGRAM OF JAP.
ANE8E FOOD AND DANC
(Spedat to Tht Bullthn)
Wnllku. Maul. March 23. The Marru
term ot the Second Circuit Court It still
in session at the Walluku Court House,
Judge A. N. Kepolkal presiding Dep
uty Attorney General Fleming, atslst-
ed by Deputy County Attorney W. I
Crockett for the prosecution, cnptaiu
Jan. A. Thompson of the Judiciary De
partment la court stenographer, whin
Clerk E. II. Hart takes down the mln- Members of the Promotion Commit
Utes. i,. wilh tholr wives and friends who
The Grand Jury have mado their re- attended the dinner at tho Japanese
port and have been discharged, Tho m.,.m,.m riiii, in, imnnlmnn. in
trial Jurors were In attendance since lhe opnon ,nat thero la no better
ast Monday and there Is work for them pIacc for a pIca,ant evening's enter
last ng until about the alter part of tanmcnt for the tourlat or the real-
P?X.1 W;tek' Th? ",ralnal lnd "I dent so fortunate ns to be honored
sd by the Grand Jury weie disponed of vth nn ,nvuton to pnrU1(t of
GS follows. hnanltnlliv.
Territory of Haw nil vs. Ilnmon llljo,' The dinner last evening was ror the
Porto Rlcnn, charged with assault nnrt Promotion Committee and It a nil
battery with a dangerous weapon, to- ,on0 in proper and dcllcnte Japanene
wit: a carpenter s claw hammer, upon ...lp Even tho clothlne wan Jnmn.
the person of Plantation Police Officer ege tho guc8tSl both ladles and gentle
Wm, Feucrplel qn aJnunry G. 1806, at nich, donning Japanese kimono be
Klhel. J. M. Vivas for defendant. The forc K0ng t0 dinner,
jury returned a verdict of guilty and Mr aml Mrgi c shlozawa did the
defendant was sentenced to one years hn,,,. . ,, .-i nn,t nr.....i
Jmprlsonmcnt at hard labor. themselves excellent entertainer.
Territory of Hawaii vs. Luis Rosarlo, Mr. and Sirs. Mochltsukl were nlto
a Porto mean, charged with assault present to greet the guests and n an-
nnd battery with a deadly weapon on Bwer to repealed calls from tho ban-
person or John ricanro, a tuna on lao qucttrs.
valley road, on February 23. The Couit Everything was done In Jananrsn
assigned Attorney Vicente of Pala to gtylt, which of course means good
defend Itosarlo. Jury returned a vei- gtylo. The viands to bo appreciated
diet of guilty and the court sentenced must be tasted. The names of what
the defendant to two years- nam lauor ws served were dimcult to under
ind nlso to pay a fine of 1100. Biond from a perusal of the beautiful
Territory of Hawaii vs. Thos. Palm, nmtvonir mom, nr,i hut n ii ,.
cla. charged with tho heinous crlmo of EOO,i to pn( ,hnt ihn rrmllnir muln lit.
child stealing In that he seduced a Por- te difference. The English part of
to mean gin or about tweivo sum- the mcml follown:
mers to follow him and to marry him Japanese Dinner
later, if her loe for him would never aVcn to the Hawaii Promotion
be dimmed or wane In the least degree Committee.
ns tho years go by. and that n homo In i. t m,,i,iihii i i!ia !.,..
mc Bliuurus ui I ume wuiiiu u ncr uiir
mate reward for her conjugal con'
INIERESTINQ SESSION IS
EXERCISES AND LUAL BE8IDE8
EXCELLENT WORK 8HOWN BY
PUPIL8 BAND GAVE
(From Monday's First Edition.)
Walalua, the seat of beu. .. ale
Iwn, was a busy village, la i
crythlng was astir until Fr . even
ing, when arrangements for the quar
terly anniversary of the Sunday
schools of the Kootau districts had
Tho week's hard work culminated
with the successful and most enjoy
able concert, given Saturday evening
for the benefit of the Wnlalua church,
the Sunday school exercises tho fol
lowing day, and a raro treat by the Ha
waiian band, which was completing
its cne week tour.
Tho main features of tho concert
were the selections of Hawaiian songs
rendered by Mrs. K. K. Knnl nnd Mr.
Alricd Kane, and Miss Mahaulu. Tho
three mentioned aro rare Hawaiian
talents ,and tho rendition of tbelr
parts brought forth unstinted ap
plause. The llalelwa Glee Club and
Judge Mahaulu also contributed some
of the concert numbers. Tho work of
the Glee Club brought forth no less
sign of appreciation from the audience.
It Is needless to speak of tho work of
Mahaulu, tho popular magistrate of the
district. He is always at homo on the
stage, either stumping or ns an enter
tainer. The Sunday school exercises com
menced at 10 o'clock yodtcrday morn
ing and closed at t. Everything point
ed to some days of hard work put In
by tho Sunday school member In pre
parln gthe lemons. They were well
studied, and the songs selected were
full of deotlon nnd love. Among the
various districts represented, Hauula,
Wnlalua and Watknno figured most
U-olML-l lnr.l. "! Iftftft
jtnncy. but In order to gain such prom- Stlmono Souplioulllon
Incnce. sho must forever turn her back Sllmono Soull a Ia jnnannlse
ogninst ncr parents anu cnng u mm Kanl Korayakl Deviled Crabs I Wnlalua and
for better or for worse, and gcncrally Yude-Sokana Fish Ilollcd prominently.
tho latter. J. Jl. las ror uelenuant. vi,v-iorl.Miililvnll Hotwocn tho Hiimlnv nrl.nol num.
The Jury found him guilty nnd sen- chicken a la "Hawaii Bhlniio" bers. selections were rendered by Mrs.
"" ","",,, .."V '".,, V I . ' i,ri. Tcrlyakl Ilroiled KlBh with Soy Aiarai oi tno Hawaiian hand, accom
months in Walluku Jail Uurlng which ,r,.Torl-chicken fried with Mushroom ' Ianlcil by tho other members.
lime ins youumii nance wm reiurn iu Kuchlorl.Snm chestnuts-Flshballsl At noon, a luati was had for those
!.- ,,...v...n ,.,. i.ii ) - "- present. .Most of tho afternoon was
glorious time when the will onco more nM,n.n,.i. m -r. I .im-nin.i io .r.nri.a ,.f nn,ir.nnnt
ot foot on her beloved Ponce, when Kn.nnn iVi,h.."i'V.iii.iu. from tho nantnr nn,l nrnmlnnm nnr.
her promised spouse gets out and does Sa((f Cocktag( wh,8kyt Wn; nocr.Kon of the different districts. Among
not get into Jail again. , UntC(I smn Mnr8lm cnJry ,c, , thorn wero Kov. V. K. Lclelwl, Itev. 8.
Territory of Hawaii vs. Ah Kul. the Informal post prandial part of It1 H- Nuuhlw a, Supervisor I'aclc, Deputy
burRlary, in that ho was accused of movng by proposing a toast to thai Sheriff Cox, cx-Rcpresentatlvc Mahoo
paving enierou me store oi mo jiaui promotion Committee nnd calling un
i..o Uic .i un .....u. i-romouon committee nnil calling un nu nurcw uox. uouniy Auditor
Grocery Co., Ltd., of chnlrmnn McCandless to respond. Mc- Illckncll, who wns present, gracefully
obcr 28. 1905. nnd stole Cnndless spoke In the highest terms of declined tho offer to spenk to nllow the
others moro time.
The band gnvo two concerts during
tho day. In the church yard, ono In
ss& A Digestive Marvel $fs
Stops .that distress after eating
For sale by, your druggist or by
Wt G Peacock & Co., Ltd,
and Andrew Cox. Countv Amlllnr
lry uuous ana uru
Walluku on October
aluable merchandise and Bold It for ihi. orrrllpni ,iinnr nn.i n, .n.n
Iho cspcclat benefit of himself, nnd re- pralc surroundings. He had no doubt
gardlcss of the rights and Interests ol lhat the Promotion CommlttM, would
the Itodrlgues heirs thereto. J. LCoko ntA thc c-Inl to Its list of attractions I the morning bcroro tho services, and
usslgncd by court to defend him; vcr- an, t woua KOl ie necessary for tour- onu In Iho afternoon after tho services.
uici oi gumy ami was gncn mice jran nu to go to Japan to get a glimpse of A lnigo crowd was present to hear It.
in Jail nt hard labor. real Jnpnnesc life. 'Tho Mslt of tho band was greatly ap-
Tcrrltory of Hawaii vs. In Tal. a' Mr. Mochltsukl responded through predated by tho Walalunns and It will
saucy looking Chinese who bad thc nil- Mr. Shlotawa as Interpreter, bidding, go down in the history of tho district
daclty to steal the affections of a na- tho guests welcome. It. V Dreckous as ono of tho best social events of thc
ENCLOSED ARC LAMPS
There are more Adams-Bagnall Con
slant Direct Current 8erles Enclosed
Arc Lamps used for street lighting
throughout the United 8tates, Canada
and Mexico, than all ether mikes of
this type of lamp combined.
Thousands of A B Arc Lamps,
hrve been Installed in all classes of
mills, factories, foundries and retail
and wholesale stores throughout the
country, and are giving universal tit
Itfactlon. HAWAIIAN ELECTRIC Co,, Ltd,
Office KINO 8T. nr. ALAKEA 8T.
'PHONE MAIN 390.
We have Just received a splendid contlgnment of choice olives,
Genuine Large Green SPANISH QUEEN OLIVES
MEXICAN MANZANILLO OLIVES
This Is an especially fine lot of olives and will be sold In bulk.
Many people are unaware of the fact that olives sold In bulk are
equally as good a bottled olives. These olives of ours are, If any
thing, better than glut goods, And at a Lower Price!
Metropolitan Meat Co., Ltd.
'PHONE MAIN 45.
PER THE 8. 8. NEDRA8KAN
A Fine Lot of Reasonably
SUITABLE FOR PLANTATION
Schuman Carriage Co.,
ALEX. YOUNQ BLDO.
. . ,.i J.' 'JCtraLt
nil "RkaIJAI Uuu!Vrl1HkaB
llvn u-nhlno Hip once virtuous and snoke of tho i'illchts nf thn rlnli nmt
faithful wife ot a half-puko named Its surroundings. In response to re
Amana, but now fallen from the path peated rails Mr. Shlozawa made a brief
of virtue and glory, and like other talk In n happy vein. Mr. Ithodca sulil
erring wives will have to seek for thc press as a seconder of all good
support from people, other than ner things thc I'romotlor. Committee did
rightful husband. J. M. vivas lor uc- rully endorsed tho Japanese club fen
fendant. The Jury found defendant lure. Toasts were drunk In hot sake i
guilty of crime of adultery and the, After the dinner thc guests retired
lourl gnvo the culpable In Tai three to the parlors, where there was geisha
months In Jail wherein to turn a new dancing. Mr. Shlozawa kindly Inter
leaf and leave other people's wives pretcd the legends depleted by the
ulone heieatter. dancing girls. The party broke up
Territory of Hawaii vs Cecelia Uod- shortly after 10 o'clock. Those present
rlgucs, assault and battery with a dead-, were: Chairman J. A. McCandless ot
ly weapon at Walhee on person of Pc- the Promotion Committee, Mrs, Me
penul. After the jury was drawn, Dcp-,Candless. Mr. and Mrs. K. I. Spalding,
uty Attorney General Fleming entered Mr. nnd Mis. A. Clartlcy, Mr. and Mrs.
a noire prosequi on account of dlscrep- Krcd C. Smith, Mrs. Krcd L Wnldron.
uncles In ovldcnce of main witness for Mr and Mrs, C. L Uhodcs, Mr. and
'.be prosecution. (Mrs. E. . Iloyd. A. I. Taylor. U. 8. I)li-
Territory of Hawull vs. Halemano, trlct Attorney llrcckons. U. S. Marshal
le.onlous-branding at Laholn; contln- Hendry, Collector of Customs Stack-
tied for term ns principal witness for aoie .Mr cnu jus. v it. rarnntun.
prosecution Is III. All the criminal ap- H. C. JstucKable, Judge Klugsbury, Mr.
neal rases to the Jury have waived Jury Wonlen, George Henshall, A. M. Ilurnj.
and will bo tried before tho Judge dur- Mr- and Mis. II. V Wood were unable
seat on. At 6 o clock tho boys retired
to Ahlna's, where a luati was awaiting
them, whenco they returned to Hono
lulu on tho llalelwa Limited.
AN ULTERIOR MOTIVE".
-d f US-"1 SSft' .
ing the tetm
Territory of Hawaii vs. rak Ycong
Sick, assault with Intent to commit
rape, was found guilty and tho court
gave him four years In Jail and a tint.
to be present.
Leads to Investigation and Truth.
What shall wo do to be saved? was
Tho bench warrant Issued last week tho title of one of Itobt. Ingersoll'a
tor the arrest ot Jardln, who bad evl- lectures. People of faith and peoplo
dcntly left the country, is still out. His of no faith flocked to hear It. Thou-
bondsmen will likely have to pay tho Bands are asking, "What shall I do to
ium of $1000. Jardln is charged with get rid of dandruff!" Tho answer Is,
having committed rape on three little "Kill tho germ that causes dandruff,
Portuguese girls at Pala, tho chlldreu falling hair and finally baldness; and
of a highly respected Portuguese. Tho tho only thing that will do it Is Now-
deed was the most monstrous over com- bro s Herplcldc. That Is tho very lat.
tultted on Maul C8t discovery of tho laboratory, and It
The trial Jurors have been excused ' l" only : preparation that claims to,
until next Wednesday. Tho nsheiy or that will, kill the pestiferous dan
... ' -- ,i. .i...... ., ,....i n.. druff germ. It also Is a delightful
nnd Denulv Attorney aeneml Klcm- ,inlr dressing, free from oil or grease
? S,, ? K S of he "r sticky substances, Try It .and bo
... ,..-.-..... . ., - , rnnv nror nr tin nrtnnl mprll.
nropcr nuth0rU.es ns to tho uiumaic . ,, ,wi.,u n.i i
disposition of said cases. Several civil -' - ,"-
cases on tne caiennnr, many m ihcui Pn r,.,,.,, M,.h. jIoii.fer iYrP
-tim, I ewid.r thst't v.ry nle. and unt.lfith of you, l.ttlng your little
Lrewr Kiv first chine with th. tkat.t."
-Yu, ir 4 abi't ur. th. Ic.'ll b.sr."
Send 10c. In
:nV.rm;,iiiZ P fr "Plo to Tho Horpleldo
calendar, many of them 'r,..,.,. ,,.. i.in....
.... .....i i...i. ir..i...,. l. ,,!. Vu- """" ."it". iiiiik;i niut,
ni.uNtn.i..ii, Co gpoclnl agents.
were ordered stricken from the cal-
endar for want of piosectitlon. PA8SEN0ER8 BOOKED.
Mrs. Panacwa Amana, adultery, with
drew her pica of not guilty to that of pcr 0, 8, 8. Alameda, Balling Wed-
guilty, and on motion of tho Deputy nesday, March 28, for Ban Kranclsco
Attorney Qeneral scntenco was sua. Mi. and Mrs, H. L. Pltlock, Miss Hay-
pended for a period of thirteen monms ordi MBg Harrlngtm, Miss riwlcr.
In which to mend her erring ways. Pa- .,.,. nhnmiipr .i. p.. i.nriiwmi. nr.
naewa, a follower of life original Ets u, a. Llndley. Mr. and Mrs. Robinson,
mentioned In Holy Writ. Is tho natlvu i h wiuinma nnd wif. Ml pittock.
woman wnose lauiiicnouuss uruuBfu Li N McKesson and wife, O. II, Strong
trouble upon In Tal, and Amnnas onco ,m, wfe; w n Turk and wlf0i Mrg,
Recorded Mar. 15, 1906.
Helen A Hol and as ndmrx and
gdn to Walalua Agrl Co Ltd, L; po
land. Walalua, Oahu, confirming pre
vious tease nt (310 per yr. II 283, p
ui Dated .Mar zo, muz.
Kst of Kranclsco Itlhelro by ndmr
et al to uermana Mullm; I); int In
303IVki ft land, Auwalnllmu, Honolulu;
$500 II 278, p 208. Dated Mar 14,
M C Ilaptlsta to J K Souza; Itcl;
lot T, blk 101, Palolo tract, Honolulu;
snn II 270, p 600. Dated Mar 13.
James N Warrington; Notlro; appln
for rcg title of lots V and G of Grant
35U0, DomlnlH 8t, Honolulu. II 284, p
ul. paled Alar 13, 190G.
J K Kalanlanaolo and wf by atty to
J Allred Magoon; I); It ! 2G33. Kul
44SO, K mi on hu, Koolaupoko, Oahu;
11200. U 278, p 270. Dated Feb 21,
Kaplolani Est Ltd to II A Rannlng;
D; II P 8135, Kul 10C05, Knneohe, Koo-
lauroko. Oahu; 11300. II 278, p 271.
Dated Feb 24, 180C.
Kamala Nahoolewa (widow) by
mtgec to Mary E Low; D; por U P
1788, Pauoa, Honolulu; II P 4430, Kuls
5002U and 494G, Kawcla, Molokat;
$400. II 278, p 273, Dated Mar 9,1900.
Solomon A Kualmoku and wf by aftt
of intgee to J Alfred Magoon; Forc
AfTdt; 1-3 Int In lot 4, Palama tract,
Honolulu; 1-3 Int In Grs 688, 1090 and
Aps 1 nnd 2, Gr 1337, Paukaulla, etc,
Walalua, Oahu; Int in real and per
sonal property of Lukla Kualmoku,
dec: 23 cattlo and u horses on lands,
Grs 2024 and 2025, Pahochoo II 3 etc,
1-3 Int in Gr 1973 and It P G001, Ka
ohe, Icaseholsd, all S Kona, Hawaii,
II 279, p 24. Dated Mar 13, IMG.
Waukesha's ORIGINAL Mineral Water
A New Man In Every Bdttle.
FOR 8ALH HVERYWIIERII
McPARLANticiCo., Sole Agents.
PACIFIC TRANSFER CO.
WILL CALL FOR YOUR BAGGAGE
We pack, haul and ship your
goods and save vou money.
Dealen in STOVE WOOD, COAL and KINDLINGS.
Storage In Brick Warehouie, J26" King: St. Phone Main 58
Help Fop All wallach's Indian Remedies
Trait Mi HtlieiS
Per Sores, Piles, or any Skin Ola
ease, that Is supposed to be hopeless.
Wallach's Indian Remedies will curs
For sals by all druggists.
Put" up by the HONOLULU REM.
EDY CO., P. O. DOX 577.
happy home broken up,
Dr. J. Forrest, Miss IS. R. Cobb, Mrs.
Territory of Hawaii vb. John Hlch- r. M. Mcldon. Mrs, Wngor, Miss O
nrdson, embezzlement, continued for Murltan, Miss Flo. Wadman, Mr. and
tho term or until such time as the mm. n. W, Morlan. Mrs. C. O. IlockuS
health of tho defendant would permit and Infant. Mrs. C. R. Frailer and
Uus-i MsrrlaEA In Snatn takea nlace dur..hls appearing In court to try tho case two children. Mrs. U. D, Moler and
tea a'.n .hn rt.v nr nlht. according to tho gainst hlra for a third time. .child. Mrs. Henry Taylor and famllx.
- - Mr. and Mrs. Cooper, Mr, i.owcii, Mr.
Hlint VnilDOCI C Ronfort. Mr. Place Mr. Wilkes, Mrs.
Achui nre never stranded In
..via, bentoe wbca a manager takea a ing tho day or night, according to tho
compnuy wnlng he must deposit wltt position in life of the young people. If
tho GouOTment enough money to bring well-to-do, the ceremony takes place
all iafJy home. . I early In the morning.
The Bulletin, 75cts per mont'ii
I ii u. m. a m
I!. 111 ti for uu&fttnraJ
BkA4 t Iftalart. i ,.."' ... ..i.....i.n.
- . irriiaiiiuusi ur uitvi sttiuusi
tTMItmUCHISiMlCo. .,!!, uJnotmno.
umciiiNJiTitO.BBBBjiitai or souonoua.
Haia tr urucsi
tar II i. sr s Uittltt, II.IS.
cinaw -ii t i'i Pease,
I. h. Van Sant. O. M. Cushlng, Mr,
and Mrs. Iluhler, Mr. and Mtb. II. S.i
Klllott, II. S, Tittle, Joe Marsden, A. J.
Norman, M, I). Haldln, Sam Dowsett,
Ooo. II. RobcrtBon, Mr. and Mrs. Cory,
E. W. Miller and wife, Oeo. Hawkins,
Mr. and Mrs. Lomax, Mr, and Mrs.
REAL ESTATE DAROAINS.
Ideal country homo at Manoa Valley,
surrounded by river; good bathing;
Cr. cottage, barn, lawn, fruit trees,
near car line; a bargain.
For J050. I am authorized to sell 2.20
acres, with small house, off Nuuanu
Avo. near car line; Free water; Real
vuiuo 12000.00. Owner Is forced to
1 1-2 story restdenco, 1213 Matlock
Avo., 4 bodr., olec, wire, 1 block
from 2 car lines, $20. per m.
4r. cottage and servant h. at Walkikl
beach, good bathing; $10. er m.
P. E. R, 8TRAUCH,
jannnnnnnnrnT, wm imn ronromiK
C. Q. YEE HOP & GO,
J; We always welcome a comparison of prices and sn examlna-
P;,"' tlon of our fresh meat. This applies to our Meat Business, on r
" all of which our prices are as reasonable as Is consistent with g
2 the standard of quality, and strictly maintained In a most sanl- g
?" tary condition. T
Telephone Order Department 3J
s Patrons unable to visit our establishment are assured expo. "
a dltlous service and the same careful attention as Is given to pur- 2
& chases made In person. 'SZm
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