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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, March 26, 1907, 3:30 O'CLOCK EDITION, Page 3, Image 3',
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nvr.Nis'ci mfU.r.TiM, ttos'ot.vi.u. t ii tntv wntit v i-
li I, A III) RATI: SPRING showing
IFcic me very attractive Creations nt low iiccit
SWELL EASTER HATS
Every one n stilish and becoming Model; NO TWO
ALIKE, and all handsomely trimmed in the New
Styles, and MODERATELY PRICED.
NEW STREET HATS
Our Sample Line of Untrimmed Hats are here;
hundreds of them, and no two alike; all samples;
they Just arrived from the Fashion Center, New York.
They embrace all the new Shapes, for Spiing and
Milans, Leghorns, Tuscans, Chip and Hair Braids,
in natural Straw, White and Black,
ar WE WOULD ADVISE PLACINO YOUR OR.
THE MOST STYLISH TAILOR MADE, AND BEST
Styles furJ907 Now Here
AT 91.25 Made of White Lawn, plaited and
hemstitched front, long and short
AT $1.50 Made of fine Lawn, plaited fronts,
with embroidery strips of Inser
tion, short sleeves.
AT $1.75 Made of Fancy Madras, plaited front,
and hem-stitched, tailored effect.
AT $2.75 Made of fine Fancy Madras, plaited
front, hem stitched, tailor made.
AT $2.75 made pf Fine Linen, plaited front,
hem-stitched, negligee collar, tai
N.S.Sachs Dry Goods Co., Ltd.
Glveayoui a chance to make your Easter purchases cheap.
This Week' there will be a bio slaughter in prices of
White Dress Goods and Ginghams
NEW PAT. A. F: C. GINGHAM 9c yd.
ALL OTHER GINQHAM 7 1-2c yd.
1005-1009-1013 NUUANU STREET, NEAR KINO STREET.
PACIFIC TRANSFER CO.
WILL CALL FOR YOUR BAGGAGE
We pick, haul and ship your
goods and save you money.
Dealers in STOVE OOD, COAL and KINDLINGS.
Storage in Brick. Warehouse, 126 King: St. Phone Main 58
JAPANESE MUST DRESS HHBWSOl .
in imm am SldNLD BY ffllMN
Mainland Japanese Are
Kept Under Debt
To The End
The Jnpnliose mul Corcan coolie be-
fnro tli')' In ml nt (lie Honolulu linlf
wi) -house, i'ii route to the I'nlled
Hints, present a wry illffcrcnt nppear
unci' from (lint which I hey limlic after
Hie)' haw pusscd HiiiiiikIi I hr lintuts of
tliu wily contractor's uncut nt tlio lla
wullnn ixirt. iiir tliu H. I' Chronicle.
The iooIIch Icntlnc Jni.in mul (,'orca
under tiititrnil to work In this romitry
my farewell to llielr niithc land nt
tiled for tlic most part In their nntlw
It la n mrt of the iiKreeinent which
the) filler Into wild the cotitriittoia
tlml tlicy will he provided with suit
ulilo American clothing and kIwii In-
iMrurtlons n to tliu proper manner to
, wear tliu same, liy the coiitliictui nt
I llonolilltl. 1 tut IiIIIh for till clothlhK
i out lit til u In most cases churned (IP
iiKiiliiHt them ninl they land nt Han
I'ninclxco omIiik ii considerable hiiiii of
money to the contracto'ii, for Hie clolh
lliiK und money mlvuiiceil, which mini
Ih to be uradually ivpnlil out of their
Open-work socks, fancy waistcoats.
Rami) neckwear, piitunt lentlier ties
mul other expensive and HiiperlluoiiH
(articles of nppiiiel are forced iimi the
iKiionint coolies by tliu schcmliiK con
jliactoiB, who ni.ihu u lare jirollt on
till of tliu nrtlcleH wild. Am n result of
HiIh s)stciu, tliu coolie I ho heavily III
ilelit to the (ontractor for clothing,
Ixiunl, money advanced, steamer uml
railroad fare, that nil lie Is nlitu to eke
out In the United States Ik ii liaio ex
Interne. IIIh condition Ih often one of
vlitual slavery When hi debt to the
lahor contractor In repaid, lie Ih ii flee
man nnil inn Work wherever he
chooses, hut tho contractors new to It
Hint hh lone ns they need the coolie
they keep lilm in debt. Should the
Japanese coolie violate his contract ho
must reckon wllli the JiipaneHO Asso
clatlon of America, which hah HKcticleH
nvcr where In tlio United SlnteH and
nil tlio power of n labor union to en
forcu a boycott mid punish any Japan-
esu who violates ii contract with un
THE li VACATION
Ilrltlsh Coiy-lil It. do II. Uiiird will
leave for HiiKl'ind cm a lltteen niontlnt
vacation in the near future. HI place
will bu taken temiKirarlly by llalph (1,
I.. Koi-Hter. who arrived thin moruliiK
Ironi Japan on the HoniikotiK Maru
and who linn been actliiK as vice consul
at Hakodate. Mr Korster will take
charge of tliu consulate on April 1 mul
will lemnln till Mr. Ijiynrd'H return
(lovernnr Carter slriml eleven
IiIIIh M'ttrtdny. In nddltloti lo Hie
flw which wete told of In ) ester- t
lla)' Issue of Hip llullellli, I bile '
weir fix more to which the I'.x- t
ccullve a Mixed hU slKtiatuio In
the uflHlioon, The) weru the . i
lloute IIIII IS Act 27. mi Art to
miieiid Keetlon 1 of Art lit. Hob- '
slou l-t w of ItioS lelatlntf to at ,
House IIIII SI, Act 2. An Art I
to niitliorlin n verdict of JiidKinent :
for u leaner offense under n charge
of a gieafcr offense, ntiicudltig
Kectloii 2SCG of the Revised UlttH.
Hotiso IIIII 81, Act :".l. an Ait
4 to amend Section Sfl.lS of the He-
Ised l.nwHot Hawaii, relating to
publication of tdalciuuil of to-
House IIIII 105, Art .10, All Ait t
In amend Section 23.1 of the He- t
lsecl Ijiwo of Hawaii, allow Ins t
jiulReH to send lo reform schools, t
at their discretion, Instead of to t
t the penitentiary, offenders under 4
18 )eani of are. t
Mouse, mil 120, Ait 31, rchiliiiK
4 to the registration of (oparlner- t
4 shins, and aineiidlUK section :o..:i t
4 of the Itevlsed I-'iwh of Hawaii t
4- ScnntP Hill 32, Act 32, All Act 4
4 to amend Section 3IS2 of tliu lie- 4
4 vised Ijiws of Hawaii by Increas- 4
4 Iiik the punlslinient for the crime 4
4 of havliiK "exnal or larnal Inter- 4
4 course wills n female under tliu 4
4 up' of 14 )earo. 4
Small Sailor With a
Voice Sails In
The tilnl of JniUen (luern. une of
the nun IiiiIUIhI t the (Irultd J iry
lor attemptlliR to burn Hie ohlji Ciuv.
criluli, which Iiiih heeu In progle in
Jil'lKe ltobllison h court for I lie pa
time il.i)ii, Ik ii regular opera boullu
pel fen mam e except for ihe jhhii nap
whose fate depends Ukiii I lie IliidlilS,
or Ilie jury.
The case kimw to the Jur) t.id.i ull
the etidelii'u bellix In this mu uiiiij.
There wan ITtVnrKUIiienl b) uiullkCI
Depul) Attorne) (leneial I'mssci lit
conductliiR Hih pio.vcutlon and Ixidi
StluilH Ih defending the t'leiicliiiiuil
Neither of the l.iw)cr lire pnrlb ulm i
reiiiarkablu for ii mild ami meek di -
pot'tlon, anil their periHiiial side ic
luarliH lo one iiuother Keep Hie Ji.o
leanliiK over Ihe rail of the box all too
lime. Kach one of the laweis ha
been iloliii; brilliant wink, for laeli
one Ih pitted im.ilust a l.ien brain and
has In kiep on his ick'h all Hie time
Yesterday nflcrnoou Straus called us
his llrst witness a sailor named 1, li,
Prescribed and Endorsed
by a Temperance Doctor
l)v. I . i. i'a.mr, Klvc-,
Temi., heartily endot
I '...fcWii , WTl
I V vvx
Duffy's Iure Mult N hi -
key, the great rettvwer of
Or. Palmer, who fa a
strung temperance man.
praises Duffy's Pure M.jlt
SVhlskcy as a "medicinr
and for medical ut only."
"I indorse Dnfly'i Pure Mul'
Whiskey as a medicine and torn 1
leal use and (or nuthinn rke. I
oppose intcn.pcrancc and tnvnr n'l
laws that tend toward the Min",
Sion of drunkenncs." T. 1'. I' ti
mer, M, D Kites Term., Auj;. 9,
UR.T. P. I'ALHtR,
Dr. 1'almcr Is one cf many ihou:ar.!of doctor ibmur! " il
prcicrile DutFy'i l'uic Malt Whi:l.cy whenever a tone m ..mi
t'leinl Euto, ''0
T fcdctl. . .
Duffy'siPure MaBt Whiskey
The ItatlinR Iiotjiitali tlirouphout the world u:c Duffy 1W Molt WluAv .
only alcoholic inrdicirc for convalorcnti.
If ou wiili to krcpitronR and lentous and have on until tl plow nl , C
health, tale Dufly'i l'ute Malt Whiil ey rrsulaily, according i.. .1 i. n ii,m!i. n t
other medicine. It li ihnecroul to fill vour
t) item with drugi. Tliey iKjUon the body
and dcpreis tlic Heart, mine uciiiy i-ure
formerly on the Claverdoii but now oui Malt Whitley tones ami itrcncihcns the
lican acilt'll aiiu .uiinci itic Kitii.b .jam...
It l recocnued a a medicine everywhere.
Uully'i Pure Malt Whitley his been an
alytcd and tcited by clicmists for the past
filly )rar, and lias alna)f been found abto
lately pute and to contain great incJicitul
CAUTIOV. When you k ynur druflltt.
vruccrorurairr loriiuuy-pi'urcpiaii wnith
l ur :
Hit FOR KOBAVAHI
Dr. S, Kohnynslil, n well-known
miKeon of tli.H town, who'wlll leave
for Walliikn on the 2!ttli Inst, to re
main permanently, was tendered a
faievvell iHiincr last Saturday night
by IiIh frlemls of tliu Japanese. Med
ical Association. Tlio dinner was
mm veil In tho main dining room of
tliu Shin Hht Tel Hotel, cornur of
Hlver and Vineyard streets. The
decoration, which was typically Jap
anese, beautified the lawn and the
tiiimls of tho 1)0(61. Tho colors of all
nations, which" wero exquisitely In
tertwined in tho main room, udiUd
much to the prettlness of tho hall.
IlesldeH tho music, furnished by
KcIhIui Rlrls, soveral speeches compll
mentnry to tho Ruest-of-honor wero
made. Tho entertainment lasted un
til 1 o'clock In tho momlnR nnil a
pcnernl good time was experienced.
Thoio present wero Drs. Katsukl
Kutsiinuma, Oyama, Uemura, llnlda.
Asahlna; Messrs. Soga, Anno, Tsuru
bhlma, Kimura nnil soveral others.
Dr. Kobaynshl will tnko over tho
practice, of Dr. KurUukl of Walluku,
who will soon depart for Japan.
The society bridge erase, which has
reigned fiVF nulto u number of )earB
umoiif fashionable people hero as well
us lu cities on tho iiiitluhuid, has now
two dangerous rivals x!kor and dom
inoes. Although brldgo Is still very popular,
many peoplo have uhandoned tho more
Bcleutlllc game for the hazard of poker
ami the childish Joy of dominoes.
BULLETIN AD8. PAY -VB
Washington, March 17 Ah a re
sult of tho innferenco between Pres
ident Uoosevelt and Governor l)e-
tieeti of Illinois jcstenlay It was said
that a loinplulo understanding be
tween the Federal administration
und the State' "machine" of Illinois
will bo established, which means a
strong fight should nny effort bo
inudt to nominate for President a
man opposed to the HoohovcK policies.
Tho President openly Is not urging
tho nomination of any man for the
Presidency, hut ho Is known to bo fu
vornblo to Toft, and whether or not
'I aft Is named tho President Is deter
mined to dictate (Tie nomination oC
his own successor.
Tho conference between tho Pres
ident mid (lovernor Deneen wan an
ovent of great political Importance,
and In really one of tho llrst public
tleps taken lu tho preliminary 'skir
mishing for 1D0S. It Is tho l'l ce
dent's first thteatenlng feature to
ward tho Wall street Presldcnt-mnlt-crs,
"tho reactionaries," to usy tho
words of his last annual message.
Not In many years has there boon
hhovvii such deep Interest In the pre
liminaries' to a national political
campaign as that now dlsplaed In
the Presidential prize of 1908.
Many Names May Figure
It Is true that popular discussion
practically oxcludes all but two
names llryan and Roosovolt, It Ih
being accepted generally that llran
htiR lived down tho opposition which
roso against him at white heat last
September over his scheme to have
Statu and (lovernmant ownership of
railroads. He Ih now tho only can
didate with any stiong following In
tho Democratic party. In the opin
ion of shrewd leaders of the party to
which ho belongs, tho man from Ne
braska will ho nominated In the next
In the meantime, believing the
President was sincere In his determi
nation not to nccept n third toim
nomination, friends of many promi
nent men have become active In pres
sing their favorites, and thcro are
actually twelve men who have sup
porters who devotedly hope to seo
It Is easily conceivable, that at
least a dozen men may bo balloted
for at the beginning of tho strugglo
in tho next national convention.
Ihe levenue cutter .Maiming When
his name was called, he stalked lulu
the court loom lu rapid strides of about
seven feet lu length, wide Klllor tlolis
ers Happing in the bueze of his own
motion, arms, swinging mid all mil
net. He was a small mail.
He plumped himself down In the wit
ness chair with ii delimit ulr.
"What Ih )our name?" ashed Law .er
".M name, sir," bawled tho witness,
"Ih lout'li." Ills voice might have
I been heaid above tho howling of u
I "When Ilie )ou eniplo)cil?"
I "Where are Jon einploed: Whin
I do )ou work'"
I "Oh' I was on the Clavcrduli. I'm'
Ion the Manning now."
Kvei) answer of the belligerent sail
or sounded as If ho werci (r)lug lo tall
to a man about a mile uwa) uml
there was nothing the mutter with his
lu leply lo a succession of ipiestloiiH
by Straus, every one of which was ob
jected to by PitMbcr. tho man lold a
story of having heard a low between
the man Alliens, also nccmeil of burn
lug the ship, ami tho captain, In which
the former boasted of having set tire
to the vessel. Prosser objected to the
admission uf the testimony.
"Why did tiu leavo tho Claverdoii'
he asked In croHS-cxunilnutlon.
"1 was kicked olt, sir," jelliil the
Prosser dievv from him an admission
that his wages had not been paid mul
that ho wanted to In lug stilt lo get
them. ProsHcr then moved to have
tho testimony s.trlcl.en out, and the
Judge so ordc-ed
Piosser tried to put Noiiimu ' i.
ou tliu stand to testlf) m an expeu
concerning tlio effect the nltie lu 1111'
ship would have had If it had caught
lire, but Straus objected ami Ihe Judge
sustained the objection.
(itierrc. the Frenchman who Is on
trial, Is only a boy of 19, with u stolid,!
shccp-IIke face. On the stand in his
own behalf, ho slated that Alliens, bis
companion, had tried to fence him to
set lire to the ship under threat of
death If he lefused, but ho did lefusii
unci ran away. Ho said that AhreiiH
was the mail who did set lire- lo the
vessel, nnil described how the uit was
Tho Jury will pioh.ihly bring lu n
Verdict this ufteriioou,
iruccrur dealer lor Dully' Pure Mall hi kty
Jture you get Ihe genuine. U'e ihe une
ttbunlulcfy pure medicinal hlftkey nnd I soU
nnly In acalea Daiuca-neter in iiuik i.uuk
lor Ihe trade-mark, ihe "Old Chcmlil." on
the label and make aure Ihe acel over the
coik la unbroken. I'llce. SI.OO. Illuilrated
medical booklet and doclor'a advice lice.
Uully Halt S hUkcy Co., Rochester, IN. V.
Now, What Do You Want?
JTJFMlf3"mi9mmmirpfn'm IJIL' snsnfsxmniilsil
g i'i',V',i' ,.'V,'j,'.ir"' '.. ...
'lllank books of all sorts, ledgers,
etc, iiinuufucjurcd by tho Dulletlu Pub'
If you want what you want
When you want what you v.Mit
Viu vant to bo ruver found wanting in seme.
Let tho vorld know your want)
If Its 00'- vvhat you want,
V'iu' 1 v.unt t, lo longer, and thereforo and hcrca
i cr v n j somowhere If you want n thing bsd
ncl viov'i v i your paper lo print a WANT AD.
At a meeting or tjic Hotel ll.iths
mnnagi'iuent ycsteiday nftetnoon, n
uiimber of ilinuges took place.
The ticusuicr'H tcport wuh submitted
mid showed that the Inrtiititluu had
made money fiom tho start.
It was derided lo Incicasc tho capll.il
stuck of the lt.it lid to it stllllcle'iit
mnoiinl to clear off the present Indebtedness
Tho howling allcji, which formSii'
belonged In F J. Croli, will Ih tJL it
over b) the IIhiIih pmiplu unci pino-tr-
nnder the ltummllat uprv.slou ,n
JesFti Woods, who will (lvn his niidl
vltleil uttcmlon tp the unrnt.
Mr. Woods Iwh letulnreil lili ro lgn.i
tloii an manager of the Oalin Ct nino
Flub, the Piime tailing efftHt Apill 1st.
i Hi rtl II l,i
lll.nik books of nil sorts, leiliterg,
etc. maniifaciured by the Uulletiu Pull"
: A Choice Roast
Pleases every one. We can please you by furnishing you
that kind at 16c per lb
Seretania, Alakea and Union.
: ' '
1st mortgage loans on Real Estate
are the safest and best-paying investments.
Your money promptly invested at
prevailing highest rates without trou
Me to you and free of charge.
Consult me at once; my long ex
perience is at your service.
P. E. R. Strauch
Waity Bldg., Room 1, 74 S, King St.
As there has been an unusually great
demand for tho last shipment of Italn
Icr Hock Ileer (The llock that has
never, nnd will never, bu excelled on
this market) we tlnd ourselves bhort
On April the 1st, wo will receive a
largo new shipment of this "Spiliw
Tonic" that will enable us to take
care of "All Comers." Hulnlcr llottllng
The Weekly Edition of the Evening
Bulletin gives a complete summary of
the news of the day, '
I 3 H B k H
ft I f i S M
12 3 E SI
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The Shirt That
Always Rieases You
We have Jutt received a large supply of these dressy shirts.
The very latest spring styles are represented In the beautiful
assortment of patterns dctt, cheeks, and stripes.
Skillful, artistic designing, and fine materials glwo the "Man
hattan" a superior place among shirts. And their value Is fur
ther enhanced by their exclLslveness.
ONLY A FCW OF EACH PATTERN IN STOCK.
M. Mclnerny, Ltd,
HABERDASHER AND CLOTHIER
FORT AND MERCHANT 0TG.
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