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BVENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU. T. H.. THURSDAY, MAY 2S, 1908.
A Most Beautiful Array of
A grander collection we have never hown before. The immense va
riety will appeal to you. FIVE BIG WINDOWS full of wash goods, be-
sides the interior display. Exquisite colors, latest designs, an assort
ment that you would And hard to match for beauty or for value, at the
,i prices we name.
Washable, in white and champagne. . . .'. 25c a yd.
SOIE DU MONDE
Soft, silky material, elegant designs and colors 30 a yd.
Fine and sheer material, entirely new designs, dainty colorings ,
25 a yd.
Sheer and washable, in silk designs 35 a yd,
New and pretty in beautiful colorings, champagne, lavender, reseda
and grey 35 a yd,
NEW WASH VOILES
In striped and figured plaids, entirely new very stylish 25 a yd.
CROSS-BAR PRINTED DIMITY
In polka and ring dot designs, very pretty colors 254 a yd.
NEW PRINTED BATISTE
New designs, dainty colorings, fine quality . . . . 15 a yd.
White, brown, green, navy, and champagne 20 a yd.
EMBROIDERED WASH EOLIENNE
Pretty and stylish, in white, pink, and champagne, at 60s a yd.
In large floral designs, all colors 35 a yd,
In large and small floral designs, splendid colorings. .25 and 30 'yd.
New, fine, and sheer, in white grounds and solid colors with figures
and dots , 20 a yd,
In plain and cross-bar effects, pretty floral designs, nerfect coloring,
40c and 600 a yd.
N. S. SACHS DRY
The Store with the
that Picture knock around without a Frame any longer.
In our big stock of over 1,000 new frames, with 300
different kinds, there is just the one that' will set off your
picture to the best advantage.
They arc handsome frames, in French Gold, Green
Gold, Satin Finish, and Oxidized Silver, all personally se
lected in New York by the proprietor,
PRICES ARE FROM 30c TO S 4.50.
ALL SIZES AND SHAPES.
Honolulu Photo Supply Co.,
EDGEWORTH and QBOID Tobaccos
The only two good smoking
Tobaccos in the Market.
and MYRTLE CIGAR STORE.
J. A. GILM AN
Shipping and Commission Merchant
FIRE AND MARINE
Arthur Sewall & Co., Bath, Maine
Parrott & Co., San Francisco
Aachen and Munich Fire Insurance Co.
Mannheim Insurance Co.-.
GOODS CO., LTD.
Money - Back Policy
' -B, r y'tt -
, During May and Tune, the mem
bership fee rt the Harrison Mutual
Association Las been reduced to ?3.
for adults and $1.50 for children.
J. H. T0WNBEND Secretary
Judge Dole's court:
Moses Kohl case continued.
Judgo lloblnson's court:
May 28 D. Tcllos; found not
May 29 K. Duvauclicllc; pica,
9 ii. in.
Kin dial Soon; trial; Jury waived.
Jurigo Mndmiy'H court:
Kstatc W. O. Atwatcr; Ann K. At
watcr appointed temporary adminis
May 29 llrown vs. Holmes.
Kstntc I'miR Pol: inastcr'M renqrt.
Kstato Juntos Ward: order to show
niggs vs. Afoii; motion t set
pica In bar.
Amoy vs. Amoyj motion to set for
Judge Do Holt's court:
May 2U lllcrcc-Hutclilns; Mil of
Kruger s. Knwanannkoa; garni
HOT ON TRAIL
(Oontinnd from Pace 1,
mont regarding tho matter. What ac
tion he will tako Is not known, but ho
remarked that he hardly thought he
would start a llhcl suit.
OPEN 8TATEMENT AGAINST
Somo have thought that thu min
isters and others arc going out of
their way to ffnd new causes of
Dut this stand against prize fight
ing Is not new. A regular committee
of tho Ministerial Union consulted
with Mr. Ilrcckons last year and so
cured his aid In stopping tho prize
fighting nt Kalmukl and tho enforce
ment of tho following law,
"Any person, who In any of tho
Territories or In tho District of Colum
bia shall voluntarily engage In a pug
ilistic encounter with or
without gloves, for money,
or' anything of value, or for any
championship or for a prlzo
of any character, or to sco which any
admission Is charged, cither directly
or Indirectly, shall bo deemed guilty
of felony, and upon conviction shall
lie punished by Imprisonment In tho
penitentiary not less than uuc nor
moro than flvo years."
This law docs not prevent any per
sons enjoying tho sport of "Hoilng
Contests," If no prize Is given or ad
mission Is charged. It will, however,
stop prlzo contests.
Now or during tho stay of tho fleet
as many freo open boxing entertain'
ments may bo arranged as any one
This stand Is not against sport, but
against tho open breaking of tho law,
If It takes placo prosecutions will fol
low and tho matter will bo also re
ferred to Washington If necessary.
Tho law may bo observed and still
Honolulu can hnvo plenty of good hon
qst Bport. n. W. T1IWINQ.
AN OPEN LETTER TO THE PRIN
CIPAL8 AND ACCE880RIE3 OF
THE PROPOSED BOXING CON
TEST. Your attention is called to tho fol
lowing extract from tho Act of Con
gress passed on February 7. 1800:
"Any person who. In the Territories
or tho District of Columbia., shall vol
untarily engage in a pugilistic .en
counter between man and man
fur any championship, or upon which
any money or other thing of vnluo Is
bet or wagered, or to sco which any
admlslson fco Is charged, cither di
rectly or Indirectly, shall bo guilty of
a felony, and upon conviction shall be
punished by imprisonment In tho pen
itentiary for not less than ono nor
moro than flvo yonrs. ny the
term 'puglllstia-cncounter.' as ubed tn
this bill, Is meant any olnntary fight
by blows by means of lists or other
wise, whether with or without gloves,
botween two or moro men, for inonoy
or for a prlzo of any character, or for
any other thfng of vnlue, or for any
championship, or upon tho result of
which any money or anything of valuo
is bot or wagerod. or to see which any
admission fco Is charged either direct
ly or Indirectly."
Your attention Is also called to tho
fact that thoso aiding and nbottlng
any such encounter by soiling tickets.
acting ns referees, ushers, ticket tak
ers and tho llko aro accessories ho
foro tho fact and equally liable to or
MRS. NICHOLAS LONGW0RTH
Whose Long Stay in Honolulu Is
Still Pleasantly Remembered
Washington, May 19. Mrs. Alice
Itonscclt-Longorlh cro.i'nl a sensn
t Ion In tho National tln.itir tonight
not by anything shu did bin by what
ulio wore. She h.til on n darning red
gown, cut extremely Ion, especially In
tho back, mid with no sleiu-s r.t all.
It is not customary In Washington
to wear ury low cut conns In the
aters, and Mrs. I.ongnorth dlldcd
tho attention of thn audience nlth the
Aborn Opera Company, which was pro
ducing "Ilobln Hoijd." She occupied
n piomlncnt position In the most con
spicuous box In tho theatrr, tho low
er right hand one. With her wcro Mr
I.ongnorth, Representative and Mrs.
Ilourke Cockran and Secretary Charles
O. Dennett of tho Senate
rest and conviction nlth the prin
cipals. Your attention is particularly called
to the fact that no fine Is allowed In'
tho penalty; but Imprisonment for not
less than ono year.
Chairman, Committee on I,:iw and
Order, ClIc Kuder.it Inn of Ilono
(Continued from Page 1)
by nearly over) one seen concerning
tho caso. Ayres Btatcd that ho Svas
told by Mllverton to go ahead nnd
dostroy tho notes in his private diary,
If ho was keeping them merely for uso
In tho I.ee Let case, or whatecr notes
were nodcil would bo kept by the offlco
"Tho tibsuidlt) of such a state
ment Is nppnicnt to any ono who Is ac
quainted with the law " stated Mllver
ton this morning. "In tho first placo,
I liavo no recollection whatever of
"summoning a stciiogiaphur nluiott
Immediately," and the notes taken, If
nnw wero, were niirely llttlo Jottings
for my own uo In tho hecond place,
no attorney would nilvlso u witness to
destroy personal notes In Mich a mat
ter, on account of the fact that none
other would be allowed to bo used on
Iho stand by a witness, it Is a well-
known fact tint only personal notes,
made on or about the time of a hap
pening, nro iillnncd to bo couiulted
by u witness while on tlio stand, and
indeed it is doubtful if any notes
would bo allowed. It Is n certainty
that Mr. Ayres would not bo permit
ted to nso my notesi ills statement
can bo branded ns a falsehood."
M, K. Pressor has no remcnibranco
of ever tnlklng mcr testimony with
Mr. Matliobon, and he stated so this
"I was nt no time connected In any
omclni capacity nlth tho l.co I,et caso,
so far as I know," ho said, "and Indoed
I do not ruiucmber out having talked
tho matter over with Mr Mathchon in
my olllco. Abou all else, 1 did not
havo Mr. Matheson's statenlenlB tak
en down In wilting and transcribed on
blanks for filing."
PEARL HARBOR BOARD
(Continued bora Pta U
engineers .probably coutemplato tho
erection ot u conercto-grnnlto struc
ture, of a slzo tt accoinmodato thu
largest battleships, allowing for tlio
possibility ot increased displacement.
It Is posslblo that Iho dock will bo .1
duplicate of tho ono which is to bo
built at tho l'ugct Sound yard, thu
maximum longth of which Is 803
Some of tlio crew of tho Btcamcr
Itosccrana aro considering putting In
n bill for mlleago as witnesses In tho
caso of John Wynno.
Sol Kauheno was this morning ap
pointed by Judge Lindsay as admin
Isjrntnr of the est'ilo of 1'elaut. Ills
bond was fixed at 1250.
House and Lot on Liliha
Street, near Vineyard, 2
Bedrooms. Toilet and Bath.
Sewer. Car Line.
' Cash or Easy Payment,
P. E. R. Strauch
WAITY BLDO. ... 74 S. KINS SI.
Arrive on Alamda
Order Now Tel. 22
Henry May & Co.,
Bishop Hall, Oahu College
Saturday Eve., May 30
OF QREAT LOCAL INTEREST
General Admission 25c
Reserved Seats 60c
& Manufacturing Co.
1853 SUTTER STREET
LAROE ASSORTMENT OF INTE
RIOR AND EXTERIOR
DECORATIONS, Wholesale & Retail.
If you are going to decorate your
place of business, we have the most
complete line of FLAQS ana DEUUK
ATI0NS ever exhibited in San Fran
cisco. All our designs are new and
exclusive. Painted in Oil and guar
anteed fast colors. Our Prices are
within the reach of all. We invite
your inspection, and yon will be
We furnish ESTIMATES FREE for
Interior and Exterior Decorations.
Our contracts call for putting up and
taking down at your pleasure. It is
not too early to plan now. If you de
sire to do your own decorating we
can furnish you with the material
whereby you can be your own decor
ator, S. SADLER, Manager.
Mr. SADLER will arrive in Hono
lulu June 2d or 8th, and will be pre
pared to furnish estimates for all
kinds of decorative work.
Boys from the
will be in de
mand at all .
onest water which no'r left
In the mire " Shakwpearc.
That's What Yon Should Stick To. Something that
will be good, flavored, alone, or mixed. We make it plain
or any kind of flavor.
CONSOLIDATED SODA WORKS CO., LTD.
TELEPHONE 71. Q S. IXITHEAD. MnuiRf.
serve the first
law of nature.
'? Honolulu Gas
I Bishop Street
HOTEL ST. 0PP. YOUNG HOTEL.
CHANGE OF PROGRAM
TUESDAY AND FRIDAY.
PROM HAY 1ST, 190S, all sub-
striptions to MAGAXINES and PE -
EIODICALi at Pnblisaon' Prieee
Call, Carwsicle or Sxamintr, S1.00
WALL, NI0KOLS CO., LTD.
BiUeUm .Business 01m Phone US.
KlWtJi BJhwOl Xoea Fkeu 181.
and fi a
All Other Fruits j a
in Season. E m
Wing Wo Tai & Co
94 NUUANU ST
Japanese Curies, SJlk Kimono,
Shirts, Paju-tas, Shirt Wdsts, Pancjl
HOTEL BHUKBT NEAR BBT3EL
LOVEJOY & CO.
WHOLESALE DEALERS AND IM
PORTERS OF WINES AND
'I EL. 308.
Per Ladies Mid Gentlemen. Latest
shapes and stylish triaimin;. Claan
in? of all kinds of hats.
1028 NUUANU AVEN0Z.
CH0ICX CUT S0RV9. CARNATIONS
VI0LET8, ETC., ETC.
Mrs. E, M. Taylor,
THE CHOICEST STEAKS
THE nNESY CUTLETS
Taaalcs, Enchiladas, Spare Ribs.
THE MANHATTAN CAFE
Part near Hotel,
Vm etc u for .
!FTMlnKlM, l lMTMIW'f
l.M by ItrKivt-.
HOLLYWOOD PSDTT PICTURES
PA0IPI0 PICTURE P1AJCNG 00.,
4101 Urrea stooiine BUto l"xl'.
S0 On nil 'two Proas Iran Vam
1 2C-ctllcm Drum CaururereUl EtU-
, l Caitiron Flttlac with l'lantes,
rr 11" Vrounkt lip.
SMMXLUTH & CO., LTD.,
148 Ke BirMt. none 211.
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tc. manufieturej kf ths llulliUn Pus
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