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EVENING DULMITIN, KONOMJMf, T. II., miDAY, MAY 29, lOdS.
A Most Beautiful Array of
A grander collection we have n:ver shown before. The immense va
riety will appeal to you. FIVE BIO WINDOWS full of wash goods, be
sides the interior display. ExquisiU colors, latest designs, an assort
ment that you would find hard to match for beauty or for 'value, at the
prices we name.
Washable, in white and champagne 256 a yd.
S01E DU MONDE
Soft, silky material, elegant designs and colors 306 a yd,
Fine and sheer material, entirely new designs, dainty colorings
256 a yd.
Sheer and washable, in sill: designs 356 a yd.
New and pretty, in beautiful colorings, champagne, lavender, reseda
and grey , 356 a yd.
NEW WASH VOILES
In striped nud figured plaids, entirely new very stylish 256 a yd.
CROSS-BAR PRINTED DIMITY
In polka nnd ring dot designs, very pretty colors 256 a yd.
NEW PRINTED BATISTE
New designs, dainty colorings, fine quality 156 a yd.
White, brown, green, navy, and champagne 206 a yd.
EMBROIDERED WASH EOLIENNE
Pretty and stylish, in white, pinl:, nnd champagne, at G06 a yd.
In large floral designs, all colors 356 a yd.
" SHEER ORGANDIES
In large nnd email floral designs, splendid colorings. .256 and 306 yd.
New, fine, and sheer, in white grounds and solid colors with figures
and dots 206 a yd.
SILK ORGANDIES '
In plain and cross-bar effects, pretty floral designs, nerfect coloring,
406 and G0 a yd.
N. S. SACHS DRY
The Store with the
. is ALL jcurs if you have one of our superior
Kodaks or Cameras
No matter where yon go, you'U'be gladyou have one
I F you have it!! The photo perpetuates good times,
familiar scenes, loved faces.
We have the largest stock of the best Cameras, Ko
daks, Photographic Supplies of all kinds.
Honolulu Photo Supply Co.,
EDGEWORTH and QEOID Tobaccos
The only two good smoking
Tobaccos in the Market,
and toYBTLE CIAR STORE.
J. A. GILMAN
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
During May and June, the mem
bership fee of the Harrison Mutual
Association has been reduced to $3.
for adults and $1.50 for children.
J. H. TOWNSEND Secretary
8nn Kranclsco, Mny 21, The steam
chip Lur)Inc, Captain Wcuduii, built at
Newport1 News for tlio Matson Navi
gation Company, iinil tlio only vessel
of Its kind afloat, arrived yesterday,
ami after discharging Its cat go or 7810
tons of co.l will bo placed on tlio rim
between lieru and Honolulu In connec
tion vvllli tlio Illlonlnii. There may bo
noma delay In discharging tlio I.ur
IIiio'h coal, nx G51U tout of It Is con
signed to tlio Navy Dcpnttment nnd
Uncle Sam U not quite ready to re
The r.urllno used coal for fuel on
the voyago out, but will bo converted
Into an oil burner whllu tho enrgo la
being discharged. Tho apparatus Is
all ready and can be Inrtallud In thivo
Tlio I.urlluo was built specially for
the run between heiu and Honolulu,
and Is equipped to carry cabin passen
gers, general cargo and oil In bulk,
The latter In addition to tho Mould fuel
of Its own furnaces. Tho passenger
accommodations ate pecullail) attrac
Tho staterooms, 21 In all, nrc large
and well ventilated nnd lit led with
modern devices for making life lit sea
comfoi table. The (lining saloon H
large and nrtlstlnilly furnished.
Tho I.urllno will bo able to carry
about 8,000 tons dead weight of cargo,
and Is equipped with up to date do
sices for handling freight with dis
patch and In goud condition. The mix
lllaiy iimrlilnnj Includes electric
lighting nnd lefrtgerntlng plants. In
connection vvllli tlio latter 'tlieio Is
commodious cold htorage ncconitnoiln-
tlou. The t.utllne Is equipped wltn
Tim l.urtlne Is 43R feet long ,S feet
beam nnd lias a gross touting) t 200.
On Its trial trip tho I.urllno made 1 V,-
knots. Captain Weeden, who now
commands tho I.urllno, was formerly
In the company's services as muster of
tho bhlp Mai Ion C'hllcott, which ni
ilved from Honolulu 11 few hours
ahead of tho Ian line. Captain Wood
en was for it tlmo port captain at Sa
l!un Cruz for tho American-Hawaiian
steamship company. .1, Barker, for
merly chief engineer of the Kilter
pi he, has charge of tlio Ian lino's en
gines, nnd Oscar Krederlckson, for
merly master of the steamer Alcatraz,
Is first mate.
WITNESSES WILL GET PAY
(Continued from Page 1)
they aro allowed that tho other Tor
tltorlcs and States aro given. From
tho Congressional Itccord of May 14
It would appear that the amendment
allowing this had passed the Senate.
At tho present tlmo witnesses coin
ing from Hllo nro not nllowed even
their $1.60 per day until they nrrlvc
In Honolulu. It Is also .1 fact that
they aro only given nn nllovvanco ol
threo cents per mile for traveling.
Under tho terms of the now amend
ment as stated in the Itccord, wit
nesses will lie paid $3 per day, nnd
1G cents per in I to for each mllo trav
eled over any stago line, or private
conveyance, and five cents for each
mile traveled by any railroad or
steamship going to and returning
from United States Courts.
This means that a witness coming,
say from Hllo, to Honolulu would re
ceive $6 pay coming from Hllo and
SO returning, this besides his mileage
of flvo cents per mile.
The following Is tho amendment
as agreed to by tho Senate:
"Jural s and witnesses In tho Unit
ed States Courts, Including Commlr-
sloners' Courts, In tho Stntcs of Wy
omlng, Montana, Washington, Ore
gon, California, Nevada, Idaho, Colo
rado, and Utah, and In the Territor
ies of New Mexico, Arizona, and Hn
wall shall bo entitled to receive for
actual attendance at any cnutt or
courts, Including Commissioners'
Courts, and for the time necessarily
occupied In going to nnd returning
from tho same, $3 11 day, and K
cents for each mllo ncceisarlly travel
ed over any btago lino, or by private
conveyance, nnd ! cents for each mllo
by any railway or kteainshlp In go-
The following decisions of the
courts 011 what constitutes 11 prize
fight have been compiled by tho oppo
nents of prize-lighting In thu city:
COURT OV APPEALS.
Decision In Commonwealth of Ken
lucky ex rcl. Clifton T. Pratt, Attor
ney General Appt., vs. Teiry ItcUgV
crn et nl. (Ky.)
1. "That the lirle to bo cquallv
divided between the contestants does
not prevent 11 fight for whkh It Is
nwaided from being n prize-tight."
2. "Tho Ube;ot glow-. In a prize
fight does not make the combat an)
less an offense In the e)es of the
Another court titling Males "that
any other light in tin nature of n
prize-tight Is not outside the act to
prevent prize-fight lug."
Another court decision - "The
question as to whether a pugilistic
encounter is u prize-light or only a
scientific boxing content Is not ono
upon which expert opinion may be
lecclved" (To bo derided by law
Another "A clnliu that contest Is
simply for scientific points and that
It is friendly will not avail to pre
vent binding tho parties over to keep
the pence or against a charge that It
Is a prize-fight,"
Another "All aiding and abetting
n prize-fight mo gull's of assault;
lleg. v. L. It., S Q. 11. Dlv S3 1.
Frank Thompson With
draws As His Lawyer
Eugeno Duvauchelle, tho ox-pnllcc
officer accused of having accepted a
bribe, and whoso case was recently
brought to notice after having been
nolle prossed, this morning entered a
pica of "uot guilt)." This plea ht
entered several dajs ago when ho was
arraigned, but ho later withdrew It.
nnd reserved tho final action until
From present appearances, Duvau
chcllo will have n hard tlmo finding nn
attorney to defend him. Frank Thomp
son this morning withdrew as Duvati
chdlo's lawyer Charles Chilling
worth was mentioned ns Thompson'
probable successor in the case, but It
was learned that tho formed had no
license to practice In the upper courts.
Tho enso was set for trial on Monday
Juno 22, to follow the cases of Mldit
and his countryman, charged with
On account of tho boxing match at
(ho Orpheum tnmonow evening their
will bo no pictures bhuvvn hy'tho Ma
Jestlo Amusement Co. Tonight the
now films of the thrilling pictures of
"Tho llrlgand's D.iughter" will be
shown. This tole Is absolutely new
and has never been shown hero befoto.
I'nt Crowe, who eight ycais ago
lildnnpcd l'ddlo Ciidahy, Is said to
havo confessed at Houston, Tex., that
ho and others hail planned to lildnnp
tho lfi-car-old son of William J
Jlryan, who was expecting to visit
that city, but failed to do to.
tng to and returning from said
courts: Provided, That no construct
ive or double mileage fees shall bo
allowed by icasoii of any person be
ing summoned an both n Svltncss nnd
Jul or, or ns a witness In two or mora
cases pending in the satno court nud
triable at the satno term thereof."
For Sale ,
House and Lot on Liliha
Street, near Vineyard, 2
Bedrooms. Toilet and Bath.
Swer. Car Line.
Cash or Easy Payment.
P. E. R. Strauch
74 S. KINS ST,
Arrive on Alamda
Bishop Hall, Oahu College
Saturday JEye, May 30
OF GREAT LOCAL INTEREST
General Admission 25c
Reserved Seats 50c
& Manufacturing Co.
1053 SUTTER STREET
LARGE ASSORTMENT OF INTE
RIOR AND EXTERIOR
DECORATIONS, Wholesale & Retail,
If you are going to decorate your
olace of business, we have the most
complete line of FLAGS and DECOR
ATI0NS ever exhibited in San Fran
:isco. All our designs are new and
jxclusive. fainted in Oil and guar'
intccd fast colors. Our Prices are
within the reach of all. We invite
your inspection, end you 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
lire to do your own decorating we
-.an 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
oared to furnish estimates for all
kinds of decorative work.
Boys from the
will be in de
mand at all
J ..onoit water which ne'er Utt
In the mire." Sbokespoaro.
That's What You Should Stick To. Something that
will be good, flavored, alone, or mixed. We make it plain
or nny kind of flavor.
CONSOLIDATED SODA WORKS CO., LTD.
TELEPHONE 71. O. S. LEITHEAD, Mannge..
O N ' T
serve the first
law of nature.
Ask Your Grocer .
HONOLULU SOAP WORKS CO., Ltd.
FRED. L. WALDR0N, Agt.
All kinds ia rolls and sheets.
AlflRIOAN-HAWAIUH PAPER k
SUPPLY 00., LSD.
Fart and fttMa StL, Hoaolulu.
tj. iio. omp a. eud, a. me.
FROM MAY 1ST, 1008, all sub
seditions to MAGAZINES and PE
RI0DICAL3 at Publishers' Prices
Call, Ckroaiele or Examiaer, $1.00
WALL, NI0H0LS CO., LTD.
BulUMn luiinest Of&M Phoae S66.
BulUtln Editorial loom Phone 185.
All Other Fruits
Wing Wo Tai & Co.
941 NUUANU ST
Japaaei Garios, Silk Kiaumos,
Blurts, Pajamas, Shirt Wuists, Fancy
EflTET, STnVJ.T UVit cirfirr
LOVEJOY & CO.
WHOLESALE DEAL1RS AND IM
PORTERS OF WINES AND
Tor Ladies &ad Gentlemen. Latent
slopes aad stIuti trimuiug. Clan
ir of all kinds of hate,
1028 NUUANU AVENUE
Yee Chan & Co.,
PHONE G27 Kins & Bethel Sta.
CHOICE CUT E03E3. CARNATIONS
VIOLETS, ETC., ETC.
Mrs. E. M. Taylor,
'HIE CHOICEST STEAKS
THE FINEST CUTLEIS
Tnmales, Enchiladas, Spare Bit.
THE MANHATTAN CAFE
Fort aear Hottl.
HOLLYWOOD PRINT PICTURES
PACIFIC PICTURE FRAMING CO.,
4000 ansa KnoHiic lUUirill',
(00 0 and Two Prong Lroa PtniM
1 IS-ealloa Drum Ceaunarelal Etk
1 Caitlron OTtUnc with Fiances,
far 12" Wrought Plpa.
1MMILUTH & CO., LTD.,
145 Xtst Btrst. Paone 311.
Blank books ot all sorts, ledgers,
etc. minurccturnd bf the llulbtin Pub