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EVENING nUI.I.nTIN. HONOLULU, T. H.. MONDAY. APRIL 23. 100(1.
Sale Now On
Certain lots that wc will iliccontinue. In somo we have full line
of sizes; other, sixes are broken, but they are all stylish, up-todate
shapes and will bo placed on sate at Less Than Cost Pclcesl
50 c. Corsets, 2 styles at 37 1-2 c.
75 c. 2 ,j at 60 c.
$1.00 12 at 80 c.
1.50 3 at $l.i5 "
2.00 ; 5 ,, at '1.45
2.50 at 2.10
i 1.00 and 1.25 qualities op sale a
t 50c. PAIR
H. S. SACHS
1 Dry Goods Company Ltd.
S COHNER FORT AND DERETANIA STREET8.
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Honolulu. Phone White J 33 J
Sees No Reason Why
He Should Not
TI.p community ennnot hno tlio
BcrvltcH or M. I'. Robinson ns one of
the Supervisors of Oajuv. That itcntle
man emphatically stated thin morn
Iiir Hint ho would mil nccrpt the noml
lintlim iiiulrr nny consideration, as tils
health Uouhl, not permit It.
Asked as to hl.i views on the epics
lion nf lh DelcBalo to Cotiarcss, ho
said thnt amour; lliimo already men
tloncd ho think Kulilo e-ouhl accom
plish Just ns intirli fur Hawaii as any
of tin in. Kiihln linn tho ndvntitaKo u(
hcliit' widely ncipialnted at Washing
ton. and I would (alio n now mnn a
whole term at least to Rnln ns much.
Ho Is not only well received, hut ho
linn also pained tho confidence of
IIkwo with wluini ho hn to deal; en n
approach any person, whether n Con
gressman, Sennlor or Departmental
ihlcf on nny question pcrtnliilnR to
hlK olllrc. , ' '
ir ltnlilr.sori further said (hat upon
Ihe urrlvnl-oMliu'WashlnKtnu delcR.v
tlou at tlio''. Capital. Kulilo Invited
then), ttr-ijlfinfr at. the Dewey Hotel,
whVrc lie wok ulnyliiR. and there they
met twenty CjiiiRrosHnion, who wero
IhltiR thoro; ThroiiKh hint and Mr.
MiClclhiti they wero Introduced to tho
other members of tho House, Senators
nl State iilllcluls.
"Kulilo 1m IIvIiir nuletly mid econom
ically,'' said Mr. ltohliiKon; "If ho
wuntH to run opim I d(i not see why
ho hns not ns Rood n chance ns nny
TAYLOR 3 loRan . . V u
I'ltucrnl services for the lalo Mrs,
Persia Thurston Taylor wero held
Huiuiny at I clock at t entrnl union
Chut eh. Rev. W. M. Klncnhl, nsnlstcd
hy Kev S. t:. Hlshop and Rev. Hiram
Pall-bearers wero Win. O. Smith,
Dr. A. II. Clark. A. I'. Cooke, Rev. W.
P Wos'orvclt, W. D. Alexander nnd
C. II Dlelcey.
A htrRO numher nf friends nt tended
and the Daughters of Hawaii wero
nearly all present.
1 Mr llughaiii nnd Mr. Illqhop rejat
,pil. irmfnlsccncpH of tho ulilhood of
Mrs, Taylor, hnvlni; known her for ov,
er seventy years.
The romnlns wore Interred In tho
l)Id Nuunmi eomvtcry.
Is Fined $500
IIIIo, April 20 llecatiso Tuiuuru So
taro, a Japanese, In tho employ of un
known parties. Induced fellow lountry
mcii Id take paksiige on ilia S. S. Olym
phi for the States, ho Is now forced to
pay a JJiJU tine.
When thu Olyinpln was hero, a dil
igent vlcll was keiit hy tho police to
determine who was responsible for cre
ating thu desire amuiiR scwral hun
dred Japs to letuo hero and to seek
employment In I lie Klutcu. rinally n
Japanese. In tho employ of tho polliu
overheard a conversation between tills
Sotnrlo mid tovcral Japanese In which
no riowiiir painted thu possibilities of
rorlune-bcckcrs In America. He was
arrested and charged with nctliiR us
an emigration ngent without n license.
After a hotly contested ease, with Dep
uty Sheriff Fetter prosecutluR and At
torney wro defending, ho was found
cullty and lined $:uo.
Your Tun, a Chinese, wus yestctday
linei-tiil hy Marshal Hendry on n
ihatgo nf perjury, lie Is alleged to
liavo perjutod hlniHelf beforo nil lin
uilgrulon oillcer while trying to sc-
cine a permit to go to China mid re
turn, hy stating thnt ha acquired cer
tain pinperty rights In Mnrtli, luuG,
while ho did niipilro them In August,
19H3 Woiir Nlu, another Chinese, wna
(ilso anested on a similar charge.
The sliver wedding present that Is
said to lutwi most pleased tho Kaiser
Whs from tho lonililncd rowing mil
tailing clubs In (lermauy. It KiiiHlmeJ
lit six sliver models, lepreseutlug thrf
difleri lit rtylcs of shl'ihiiltdlug from
the Vlklnii galley to tho Umpuror's
REAL ESTATE DARQAIN3.
On easy monthly payments, lnrgo mod
oru Cottage, 1213 Matlock Ave; 4
bcilr., 1 block from 2 ear lines, small
cash payment, bill. 5'o.
A few eholco Lots at l'uiiuul Ave. liar-
Cain, ICasy terms.
a.'.'U ncreti tract off Nuuanii Ave, l'lcn
ty water. CIosu to car lino.
l'urr lulled 5 r. Cottage, Mnnoa Val
ley Ideal Rummer homo, good bath-l.-.R.
Mountain nlr. Stnble. Near car
linn. Only $ 1 5 p, in.
House, nnwly pnlnled, 3 licdr. Kttnltlnl
House, 2 licdr. Uearh Road. $10,
P. H. It. STRAUCH,
Wully Ilulldlng. 71 S. King St. .
Ill OF 15.
I THURSTON M
10 ORIENTAL ITS
Sheridan Has Load of
Mariners for Guam
Willi n larg? numher of marines for
the Orient tho transport Shcrld.m ar
rived this morning from San rrnti-
cIsco. Tho oyago was without ecnts
of Importance, nnd nothing of the Sail
i'rauclsco enrtluiuako was kuovwi on
blnrd until tho vessel nrrUed.
Afnntii liin linssnnt-erM on the Hher-
Idau wero the wife nnd dainthtcr of
rosimustcr J. u. rnui. i nere was nun
Mrs. Krnnk T. Siilllvnn. wife of one of
the clerks In tho post office Two oth
er passengers on the Sheridan for Ho
nolulu wero Mrs. J. I;. Vcnnldc, wife of
the Chief Dnglnecr on the transport
l.awton. nnd J. J. Kclley, cleric in tho
A numher of the passengers on the
Shcrldim ure for (liiam. which will bo
the first Mopping plAco for the vessel
after she leates Honolulu. The re
mainder will so to .Manila. There are
more than forty first ciihln p,isengcnt
and fho second cabin passengers. 111
tho slceiagc nro 4'J2 enlisted men In tho
marine corps and 20 'enlisted men In
The Sheridan left San Kninclsin
Monday noon, 'two days beforo tho
earthquake, and many of the passen
gers, nro complimenting thetimelxes on
their narrow escape from the frightful
It Is cxiectcd thnt the tratiFport will
lenvo nt noon tomorrow for the Orient,
but that matter Is not settled definitely.
Two das mill was on the .Sheridan
A dlspntcli from Sun Diego April 13
gles Inteicstln:; Inforinatlon as to tho
location of tho Pacific Sitiadron, which
bus been ordered to San l'rntt
clsco. The dispatch which follows
shown thnt tho squadron was to arrive
ut Long Reach on Wednesday, the day
of tho disaster:
San Dlcgo, April 1.1. It was ileflulto
ly announced this afternoon that the
warships of thu Pacific squadrun will
leave San Diego next Wednesday
morning. Tho first stop tho squadron
will make will beat Long Reach, which
will bo reached Wednesday evening.
'Oic torpedo boat destrojer Perry lulled
(life morning dlrcctnli; San Kranclsrci
unci will not rejoin- tho squadron for
Mivcrnl weeks. Tho licet will sail from
Long Reach on Monday, April 23.
Tho lloston, Marhlchend, Princeton
and Paul Jones will make short stays
nt San Pedro. Ventura, Santa Cruz and
Monterey, while the Chicago will uo
straight to San Francisco from Long
Reach. On May S the lloston. Prince
ton nnd Marblrhc-id will return to Long
ncacli lor n stay of one week.
Justice Handed Out
To Unlucky Gamblers
Sown Chinamen wero up beforo
Judge Whitney In tho Police Court
this morning charged with having
gambled. Ills Honor listened lo the
plaintive excuses and looked Into tho
troubled faced of tlio Orientals, hut
his hard heart was not mined. He
could not bo made o understand that
It Is Just nbout ns hard for a China
man to keep from gambling as it Is fur
lit i)i to keep fro iiigainliHiig as It Is for
him to keep from eating or smoking
opium, so ho flued 11 vo of them 2
each, and ns the other two had but lit
tle evidence against them he let them
go without being prosecuted.
Three llawiillans were beforo the
Jtidgo also for the samo offense. Ry
this time the Judge's heart had begun
to soften Just u little. Ho looked Into
tlio faces of the Hnwallnns, and
thought ho could read there repent
ance. This caused him to sympathize
with them, and he Informed them ho
would suspend sentence for six mouths
nnd gho them u ehaiieo to lead better
REAL ESTATE THANBACTION8
Entered for Record Apr. 21, 1900,
From 10:30 a. m. to 12 noon.
(Iregory K Kamakahukltaiil to Jus
Low i. I)
It Kullio Kumukahukllaul to Ja?.
Jns R Love to tlco I' Duties D
Muilhu i: llollowuy hy regr ...Notlcu
'Joint Lindsay to Mary an P Llndsoy. .)
John Ltndsey to McUr.na P Limlsoy
Annua and wf to Mrs Annlu K Tar-
Vladimir W Mlsthatiko and wr to II
Dorcas K Rlclmrdsoii to Thoi) Clark
. ., Ilel
TI103 Clark nnd wf lo J Ourclu tr..M
Cecil Drown to Flora SI Decker.. Itel
Entered for Record Apr, 23, 1900,
From 9 a. m. to 10:30 a, m.
Ktipnhit lliiliu (w) ltovWlll
Kapnhu lluliit lo Klnl Kupahii (w-).l)
Kcxilita l'al (k) to Hurry Ouclia I)
tlllainu and wf to T Kiilautial I)
(1 ( Aklun toT Kittsunal I)
Minnie lona and hsb to John Kevin. 1)
A MiuqiiCH to Tr of Slnrla C Pontl.AM
Slarla C I'ontl by tr to Flora SI Doc
Mrs Ktigenla II Kmorson hy ntty to
Levi Porkltis Itel
A hill has hrcn Introduced by seven
members of the llrltlsh Parllnmctit to
abolish time limits on railway pttsscu
iJttfWijrtilfifi iMjiiiii iihi'i
THIS WUT IS BED
W A Ilrynn requests thnt nil
those who have messages to send
-f through him shall hand them In
nt Tlint & Co.'s otllce.
"I hopo the mussiiRM will bo
-f short and to tho point," said .Mr.
Ilryan. "In rUIiir illiPf-tlnns ns
-f to the person It Is desired to reach,
f It should slate the name, where
f ho works nnd the location of the
nearest relathu or friend where
"If ensh Is tent forwnrd I would t
suggest Unit Ihu nmuiitits bo made
-f up In small denominations. For t
-f ItiFlntice, if $100 Is sent, make It
-f up In ?" lots to that one check i
f can be cashed If not nil. I anil t
may he sent or It ran be bundled
f thniiigh postal money order or
f Wells 1'argo check.
f "If ecrj thing Is bciiI to I rent t
-f & Co. 1 will be able lo bundle It.
-f It is useless to call me up person-
f ally, ns making Iwo headquarters t
-f will tend to mix things. I will
organize nil tho wurk when I Ret
t on hoard the steamer."
Republicans Will Lose
Unless Kuhio Is
Speculation ns to who will head the
Home Rule tlikcl is not ns rife In the
Home Rule ns in the Republican
ranks. Mr. Poopoe says they can only
look toChns. K. Nolley becnuso he has
tnsted of the Home Rule and Is nlso
lliianilally able to umlertnko tho lend
Pocpoe says unless tho Republican
pnrly renotnlnntes Kulilo, It will lose
Its representative In Congress. He
feels certain that If n white man is
put up for the sent In Congress he will
be attacked so severely thnt Hawaii
mis will boll the Repiihllenii party
The strong argument Home Rulers
would aihnnce against him would be
Hint n white man would mil be mi Jenl
mis of the Hnwallans' franchise ns
Kulilo, nnd Hint their salvation rested
upon returning n Hawaiian Delegate
The Idea nf the Homo Rulers fusing
with Hip Democrats this fnll In noi
only meeting strong opposition from
those cm Oahu, hut nlso from those on
tho other Islands. It Is believed Hint
the pioposltlon, If advanced, would
meet Its Waterloo In the first ballot.
Canvassing has stnrted In tho coun
try districts, snyH Poepoe. The con
tinual reports of the presidents of the
dllTc-ient districts show that the Home
Rulers have not lost their strength,
but. on tlio contrary, they nro glowing
stronger. As far ns Konn Is concern
ed thobo reports nro sttpportPil by
Deputy BhorltT Nnhule of the district.
He says Hint the Republicans have to
depend cm the Home Rulers for elec
tion So apparent Is this strength that
Nahale Jestingly suggested that In
stead of n Republican convention he
lug held, n Rcnernl muss meeting be
called, and let the InhnbltnutH or the
district us a body select or nominate
the mnn they wish lo represent them.
Home Rule voters can appreciate the
services of n good man, ami are will
lug to support him, It seems, at any
TO SWEIL f
Willi ecryono doing Ills level best lo
make n loaning bencllt performance
and Ihe entire piodtictlou rounding In
to excellent form. "Tho College) Wid
ow," which will bo pul on Thinsd.iy
uml S.itinday rwulnga nnd Saturday
matinee, April 2Cth nnd 2Mb. In aid or
tho siilfeiers In San Francisco, bids
fair to be uu i normuus sucions, both
financially and artistically.
Tho tickets are going very rapidly,
ns everyone wants to help out. each
In n small wu. 'I lie expenses of tho
performances are wry small, us utmost
nil those connected with tho perform
ance huw glM'ti ever) necessity frco ul
charge. 'I ho box olllce ut Wall, Nich
ols upens Wednesday morning. Apul
Ii. but exchange tlckcu can no pur
chased at uuy lime.
The cist, with this object In view
to work for. aio getting Into excellent
trim and will bu fully prepared on
Thursday evening to present an excel
cut perfut malice, full of interest, vim
uml snap, pleasing to till and doubly
so on account of thu, fact that all piolllb
of this rousing hcueltt will go to our
stricken sister city In aid of thu unfor
The BUSINE8Q MAN'S HANDY IN
DEX, published In the Saturday Bulle
tin and the Weekly Edition, gives a
concise and complete rccume of all le
nal notices, call, for tenders, Judg
ments, building permits and real es
tate transactions. Evening Bulletin,
75d Per month. Weekly Bulletin,
si Per y"r-
"Doctor. I'm nearly dead with In-
snmnln. I wish you could Rlvo mo
pomclliliiK Hint will make, me sleep
"Professor you remind me of n patient
I onco had In Hast Saglnew. He wrs
"Uood! That will do Just na
well. Oo ahead and toll the story, doc
tor. I've heard It live or six tlmes."
KEEP ' i -1
AN ELECTRIC FAN
WE OFFER YOU A
: -A Digestive Marvel osi-2 -
Stops that distress after eating;
For sale by your druggist, or by
Wt C Peacock & Co., Ltd
mm w ms mmm
were undoubtedly "up against It"
hole" office furniture.
Today tho i
goods have already transformed
Are you so posltlv that yours does not need transforming?
Hawaiian Office Specialty Co,
EVERYTHING FOR THE OFFICE.
T-TTT7 TDT TTrr7
i nc. DU I 1 .CJl iviuo 1
otherwise the meal stands a very
some articles of diet more or less leeway In the matter of quality may 5
be allowed without any unpleasant result, being experienced. With S
butter, however, this Ii not tho case. The best Is none too good for 5
your family and for your guests.
CRYSTAL SPRINGS DUTTER IS THE REST.
TWO POUNDS FOR G52
Metropolitan Meat Co., Ltd.
PHONE MAIN -15.
Is In a splendid position to secure for Its patrons the very best Island meat,
carefully handled. Also Island Poultry of every description.
Jas, E. Westbrook
TELEPHONE MAIN 76.
EHlMMU MHlfcftl ffe3fcr)J3a4tspi
Waukesha's ORIGINAL Mineral Water
A New Mtin In Every Bottle.
I'OU 8ALH HVUIIYWIIHKU
Do You Think?
That', what makes and saves money. Just THINK of Telephone Main
147 when you want your clothes attended to.
HONOLULU CLOTHES CLEANING CO.
J. F COLBURN III, Manager. Office, KAPIOLANI BUILDING,
,.,i A,.. afa,A.
WILL HELP YOU DO IT THESE
GOOD TAN THIS WEEK FOR $13.50.
'PHONE MAIN 390.
with only the old fashlonc! "pigeon
thousands of offices Into
,-, U 7TT TOT- $
great chance of belnn snolled. In
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