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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. II . TUESDAY, MAItCII 10, 190S.
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lace and sheer embroidery; in white
and delicate tints
Two Piece Suits
(1) Coat and Skirt new. Made
of French Pique and Hep. Stylish
Sox Coat, embroidery trimmed; in
white, pink, and light blue, at
, . . I.. $1.3.50.
(2) Coat and Skirt made of
French Pique. Coat handsomely
braided. Suit $18.00.
(3) Coat 3-4 length, in white and
brown linen; handsomely braided;
very stylish $25.00.
The correct spring millinery styles
can be seen here. A large and com
prehensive display of SWELL DRESS
GAGE PATTERN HATS
in dres and tailored hats.
NEW YORK MODELS
Hundreds of pretty and very styl
ish hats of smooth and rough straws.
Made of fine quality nainsook.
Brassiere trimmed with Valenciennes
lac: and beading, hand run with baby
ribbon and row of lace insertion. Pan
talon trimmed with wide lace set on
five-inch lawn ruffle with lace in
sertion; price, $3.00.
New Valenciennes Lac?s
With insertions to match in single
and double thread. New patterns in
cluding the fillet effects.
New ' Embroideries
Edgings and Insertions, Bcadings,
Bands and double edge ribbon head
ings. N, S. SACHS
Dry Goods Co., Ltd.
The Store With the Money-Back
fp YOU ARE STILL USING OIL LAMPS we would like to get
" into closer touch with you and convince you that the
Safety, Comfort, and Convenience of
IS NOT MUCH MORE EXPENSIVE.
We will be glad to estimate the cost of wiring your house and
to tell you how to economize in the use of the current.
Let us know where to find you and an expert will coll on
No installation too large for us to handlo and none too small
to receive our most careful attention.
Hawaiian Eleotric Co., Ltd.,
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Little Girl Victim Breaks
Into Tears In
Manuel Crulz, n I'nrto Hlcan, was
this forenoon committed to tlio Cir
cuit Court by Judge Andrndo on n
charge of having hnd intercourse
with nn 80 car-old l'ortuguceo girl.
Tho case was heard behind closed
doors, and the evidence was of the
most revolting nature.
Tho girl, a pretty goldcn-halrcd,
blue-ejed child, was tlio principal
witness against the defendant. Slio
showed considerable Intelligence, nnd
bore up well through tho ordeal of
giving tho shocking testimony, al
though at last she broko Into tears
in splto of tho .kindness which was
shown toward her by tho Court and
Prosecutor Drown. Attorney C. P.
Chllllngworth, who appeared for tho
defendant, also desencs credit for
tho consideration with which ho
treated tho poor child.
From tho testimony it appears that
tho parents of tho child had left her
lu chargo ot Crulz nnd his wife. Dur
ing her stay In this family, Mrs
Crulz was tuken to 'the hospital for
four das, during which time tho
defendant, according to tho child's
evidence, committed his dastardly
crlmo on three separate occasions.
The girl told some women sho know
about the matter and In this manner
the crlmo was discovered.
The police and otners who know of
tho case nil express the sentiment
that It Is tlmo that an example bo
created which may deter criminals ot
this nature. Tho penalty for this or
fenso Is cither death or llfo Imprison
ment, nt tho disci etlon of tha Court
REHORN SAYS GAL.
GIRLS ARE COMING
Some of tho fairest Native Daugh
ters of tho State of California will
probably visit Honolulu and Hawaii
during the coming summer through
tho courtesy of tho Fresno Morning
Republican, a newspaper of l'resno,
Cal , according to Frank Hehorn, u
bunker-contrnctor from that city who
Is now on a visit to Hawaii. Mr. tie
horn camo down primarily In search
of a cllmnto that would better suit
nis Health, but ho is now so enthused
over tho wholo country that ho says
ho has half a mind to stay longer
than ho originally Intended.
"Yes," ho said this morning to a
representative of tho II u 1 1 o 1 1 n ,
' there is a party of ) otitic Indies com
ing down hero from Fresno nnd sur
rounding country somo tlmo In the
near futuro. A contest Is now going
en. conducted by tho Fresno Repub
lican, and tho girls will probably bo
selected and sent down hero along
towards tho end of summon Thoy
will nofcomo In a party, ns Is usual
ly tho case In such contests, but they
are allowed tho privilege- of making
the visit any tlmo they choose. Ot
course, there Is tho chanco that thoy
may get together and form a special
party, but this is hardly probable.
"I am going over to Hilo and
take In the Volcjno, nnd I an
ticipate a very enjoyablo time. 1
havon't heard any knock tho attrac
tion, and I do not think that I will
KNUDSENS DO NOT
WANT MANA LANDS
Honolulu, March 9, 1908.
Job. W. Pratt, Ksq , Commissioner of
Public Lands, Honolulu.
Sir: In reply to your proposition
that we agree to a resurvey of tho
Mana sand lands said new survey
to take In the drifting sand dunos
along tho coast, and that tho upeet
price be also raUed, we beg to say
that In vlow of the opinion ot such
an authority as Dr. Jared Smith, that
tho land previously offerod for Bale Is
worthless for agricultural purposes,
we are surprised nt tho position now
taken by you. Wo therefore decllno
to consider your proposition, and
hereby withdraw our offer.
A. F. KNUDSHN,
U. A. KNUUSUN.
Tho offor of tho Knudsens wns that
they give up tha lease, which had
eoino years yet to run, it tho Laud
Department would put the land up
at auction with n sisal clauso.
BULLETIN AM. PAY "HI
Kasado Maru's Officers
Denny That Cable
"Wo never did have wireless equip
ment on board this steamer nnd It Is
therefore amusing to hear )iu speak
cf such nn unfounded story as that,'
said Chief Officer II N'lshl ot the
rtoamshlp Kasado Mnru, which ar
rived yesterday afternoon from Cal
lao. It was reported by the Associated
Press somo tlmo ago that tho Kasado
Maiu mado msterlous movements In
tho vicinity of tho American fleet
along the South American coast, It
was Intimated that her vvlrclcsi vim
intercepting wireless messages of tho
When the Kasado Maru docked at
tho Railroad wharf cstonlay after
noon she was boarded by a (lullctlit
man. in tho absence ot Cnpt. D
Mori, who bad como ashore, Chief
Officer II. N'lshl said as follows:
"Wo left Callao, Peru, on February
16, nt C p. m. with 17G0 tons of nl
trate for thlB port. This was three
days sooner" than the day that the
American fleet wns expected to nr
rlvo at Callao, which was tho 19th
Tho only time wo saw a portion ot
tho American fleet wns on December
11, when we sighted three American
cruisers heading northward, while
tho Kasado Maru was bound south
waid. We did not exchango slgnnls
"Tho voyage has been uneventful
except that a strong gale and rain
storm was experienced on Mnrch 4 In
latitude 15:13, longitude 139:19 W
A portion ot thoNrall of the steamer
was damaged. This steamer was
formerly tho Russian hospital ship
Kazan. Sho was sunk at Port Ar
thur during tho RusKo-Jnpaneso war,
Lilt was subsequently raised and re
paired by the Japanese (lov eminent.'
Chief Ofricer N'lshl stated that
flnco they left Callao they had read
newspapers or heard ot tho story as
leportcd In tho American papers. He
catd they had no Idea ot splng on
tho movement of tho American fleet
During tho battle of Port Arthur
nnd In tho bnttlo of Japan Sea, Chief
Officer N'lshl was engaged In the
fight. Ho afterwards was made cap
tain ot a mllltar) transport, which
position ho held until tho clone of the
war. When asked w'lat no thought
of tho rumor of war between tho
United" States and Japan, ho said It
Tho officers of tho Kasado Maru
are: Captain D Mori, Chief Ofllcor
II. Nlshl, Second Officer II. Nagano,
Third Officer 0 Vamamoto, Fourth
Officer Y. Kav.az.ie, Purser T. Ozone,
Surgeon Y. M ikl, Clerk K. Wnta
nabo. Tho Kasado Maru will remain for
about four du)s, after which sho will
return to Jaran direct with Japanese
lepers among her passengers,
Tho Kasado Maru tins threo first
class passengers nnd seventy In the
steerage. Tho first-class passengers
are Mr. Chow, tho Secretary of the
Chinese Legation at Limn; nnd Y
Kawamura and M. Shlndo ot the
Meljl Immigration Company. The
stcorago passengers are twentj-four
Japanese- nnd forty-six Chinese, prac
tically nil ot them Inborors who arc
returning to their nnttvo lands.
In the selection of a medicine to.
cure you ot Stomach, Liver or Dow
el disorders, the 'Olttert should be
your first choice. Past experience
has proven It3 value In cases of
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Tel. 890 The Pond Dairy
P. E. R. Strauch
has a fine tract of land
for sale at Manoa
Valley near car line.
Will make a fine Resi
dence, Area, 1.65
acres. Very cheap.
WAITY BLDG., 74 S. KINO ST.
The Victim of Drink
Drink first deatroi ambition;
breaks up ties of friendship; It hllU
and buries lovo and eventually des
troys the family life.
Drlng cunningly dsstroys the will
power, and while tho drunkard wants
to do what you tell htm, ho wants a
thousand times more the drluk thnt
he craves. Medical treatment Is nec
essary to destroy the craving, and tilts
Orrlne will do.
It destroys the desire for liquor, so
lhat tho drink will not bo missed, also
cures th deranged digestion, weak
ened nerves and other 111 effects ot ex
coselve drinking, restoring the patient
to perfect lioalth.
The remody Is absolutely harmless,
Is thoioughly scientific and 1b so uni
formly successful that It is sold with
a registered gunranteo entitling you to
a refund ot jour monoy It Orrlne falls
to effect a cure Trcatlso on "How to
Cure Drunkcnnoss," free on request,
lu plain sealed wrapper. Tho Orrlne
Co . Washlrgtnn, D C.
Orrlne la In two forms, No. 1 which
can be glvin secretly without the
rntlont's knowledgoj No. 2, In pill
form for taoso who wish to bo cured
The prlco of cither Is Si, mailed on
receipt ot prlco In plain sealed pack
ngo, and both are sold under the
Orrlne Is for rale by Honolulu Drug
Co , Ltd.
On Thursday evening nt 7-30 thorr
will bo a sociable In tho chapnl of Con
tral Union Chinch Tho giiosts of
honor for tho evening will bo the
mombors of tho Hoard ot Trustoos and
their wives There will stand In tho
ecelvlng lino with Mrs O M Cooke
Mrs A F Judd, Miss Kate Kolley nnd
Mrs S C Allen All members and
friends of tho church and congregn
tlon nro cordlnll) Invited to attend
The Pollard Lilliputian Opera Co
Is to be scon here for u season. TI1I1
announcement wilt euro gladness to
the hearts of all tho peoplo who saw
tho unique organization on Its pre
vlous visit several J earn ago.
' The company, which Is tompohed
entirely ot skillfully trained young
sters ot an nvorago age ot ten jcars,
and forty In number, gives a big ar
ray ot standard light operas and mu
sical comedies in a manner mora ac
ceptable on tho whole than a major
ity ot the adult companies do, ns
anono will testify who saw the or
ganization on Its first engagement In
Tho company will arr.lv 0 hero on
the Nippon Maru on tho 12th or
13th Inst, from Japan and will open
on the 14th for nn engagement of
twelve ulgUts. During their ntny
they will prcfcent "A Runaway Girl,
Tho Toy Maker," "I'lorodora," "The
Hello of Now York," "Tho (lelslin.
Mother Gooo," "In Town," etr The
rpcnlug play will bo "A Runaway
Tho company U now on Ita fourth
American tour It comes direct from
tho Orient. Regarding Us perform
ance of "A Runaway airl" the China
Gazette ot Jan. 23d savs:
"Tho popular appreciation 611 the
part of the Shanghai public for tho
work dono by the Pollards woh ltover
better lllustrutid than last night,
when, In splto nt tho inclement wen
ther, tho Lvccum was crowded to
witness their production of this verj
tuneful musical comedy. Nor were
tho anticipations' of the audience
displaced, If noisy demonstrations of
ipprcclntlon arc to bo taken ns a
Somo of tho dances nnd songs wcro
t moled so often that theso diminu
tive comedians wcro sometimes til--nost
exhausted in responding to
them, nnd this was particularly true
nt their rendition of tha well-known,
but ever popular, dltt), "follow the
Man from Cook'B " Tho antics of
Teddy MtNnmniu as "nipper" were
Indeed cxiecdlngl) vociferously ap
plauded and tlmo nftcr tlmo ho had
to lead his supporting chorus
through high Jinks of various kinds,
ending llnallj in his lending them
all, mulo nnd female. In turning a
hundsprlng, tho encore wns terrific
and wns only quieted by Flipper's
(landing nn his head for ubotit half
a minute, while his lower extremi
ties shot through the nlr In all sorts
ot undignified nttltudcs; tho audience
did not insist nn tho chorus follow
ing him In thnt, bo ho was allowed
to letlro finally nmld loud shouts nnd
Do not si ok tho risk nt typhoid
fover by drlng local wntoi Older
TuiiBun cither from jour grocer, drug
glHt or liquor merchant, and Insist nit
on obtaining It They can gut It for
jou If thoy want to.
THE OWL CIGAR
is deservedly the most popular of the
5-cent cigars throughout the States.
rf. A. Gimst & Co.
will toe continued
All Tliis Veek. Wo have not gotten
rid of half of our surplus stock, and
shall continue the sale at
EVEN GREATER REDUCTIONS
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have put them down to sell our sur
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you have lost a coat. Let us
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