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evhnino mrtLHTm, honoiajmj, t. II. TUKSDAY, MAY 11, 1900.
An ciitiicly new brand, very stylish mid up-to-date. Positively the
best values ever offcicd in shirt waists.
The assortment comprises a profusion of long sleeve 'models, all new
LOT 1 nt $1.50 each, Five different styles to select fiom, made
of fine lawn, with embroidered front, and trimmed with embroidery;
others made of fine mull, ke tuck:d and trimmed with double thread
Valenciennes Lace; and still othersplain tucked and tnilorcd.
LOT 2 at $2.00., Four different styles to select from, made of
fine lawn and sheer mulls, some all embroidery, others a combination of
lace and embroidery with tucks back and front.
IOT 3 at SJ52.50. Three styles to select from, made of sheer fine
materials, one style made of fine baby tucks, lace trimmed, others of
embroidery nnd lace nnd embroidery trimmed.
LOT 4 at $2.75. Made of mull and fine lawn, lace and embroid
ery trimmed, and fine tucked tailor made with stiff cuff and collar.
SEE WINDOW DISPLAY.
A large new assortment just opened, attractive in style and price.
Every pair is placed at an unusually low figure, offering; you a hip; in
ducement to buy now.
3 yds. long at S5 pair.
3Va yds. long at $1 pair.
i yds. long, full width, at
$1.25 a pair. Better qualities
nt $1.50, $2, nnd up.
Cluny desiunj 32 yds. long", at
$-1.25 a pair.
SEE OUR CURTAIN DISPLAY.
Sachs Dry Goods Co., Ltd.
Fort and Beretania Streets
If you order from us.
Call and See the New 30-H.P. 1
THE 7-PASSENGER, 40-H.P.
and 40-11. P. CHALMERS.
DETROIT TOURINQ CAR.
Phone 388. i
Draught, Driving and Saddle.
BENNY. & CG LTD.,
And Buyers Of
410 Queen St
185 editorial rooms 350 b"'1
ncss office. These are the telephone
numbers of the Dullctln office.
3 yds. lone, extra wide, new
pattern, $2.25 a pair.
New style. 3Va yds. long, extra
wide, $-1.75 a pair.
Made of heavy net, trimmed with
Battenberg and applique, from
$5.50 a pair up.
You can Ret more cream from the
same amount of milk you now take.
The Pond Dairy
ABSOLUTELY HACK RATES.
Wilson and Murphy. .. .Proprietors
Hotel Street near Nuuanu (Old
Phone, temporary, 408.
f" Your machine will bo ready for
you when we say t will be. We
don't experiment ou autos; we repair
Von Hamm- Young
j-ALEXANDER YOUNG BUILDINQ.
GEO. S. WELLS, Mgr.
HOTEL ST. PHONE 191.
TOURING OAR, $1185.
BCHUMAN CARRIAGE CO., LTD.
MERCHANT ST. NEAR ALAKEA.
Received ex Alameda a New Ship
ment of Latest Styles in
1028 NUUANU ST.
TAPAS, BASKETS, MATS.
I , Hotel near Fort. .
. A N ENLARGEMENT of one of your own PIC TURKS. Any negative that
will make a good ordinary print will make a good en- fT IT) T) T "V'Q
largcment. They can be made rich as etchings if taken to '
DRAKE AND DOYLE;
HAVE MOOT OUT
Go To Find a Moonshiner
But Nest is Empty
And Bird Flown
It Isn't nil bet" nnd hMIIi'Ir to ho
mi Internal Itovenuc num. Me hits
his troubles, too, such us lying out
In the middle of a rlco rehl nnd be
ing chewed by mosquitoes while he
waits tn spring upon sonic unwary i
moonshiner or enpture un okoleluio
Collector Walter Ural.o and his
deputy, Walter Uoyle. looked this
morning ns If they hud been up nil
night. Honed nx to whether or not
they had. they admitted It. They
hnd been utter u moonshiner and
hud not got Mm. Hut that wasn't
l..nmft..- 1 I l JtaflB ml II II I.
ULilIIt' lllL'l II 111 11(11 II J. SMIU. IIJ-
wny. they got the still ami simished court to set the cases for trial for tho
It up. and the particular Illicit ilU-i1'"11 ' "''? 'I'0"1,1'- ,)r at li"C8t for
.... .i ,. ... , somo tlmo in Juno.
tiller they were after piobubly got a w A Klncy Nl0k(, f()r , xMeMQ
scare that will hold him for quite njnm, objected seriously to this motion.
while. JHu claimed that ho Is nt work now
Drake nnd Doyle, accompanied by , getting up tho I.owrle-Custto case,
Demit y United States Maishal lr-' which Is to be tried In Massachusetts.
win. with Chester Doyle as Japanese land would bo busy the remainder of
lulerpietcr, left last night In an ftU.'th montli on that. As to trying tho
.... .,. ., .,. .,"., . libel cases In June, he could not think
tomoblle for llnuuln to .ry to get jof lt, fur ,10 ,,,, pluI1ned to take his a.
moonshiner of whom they hnd henrd. cntiotl on Kaual ,i,,rlim that month nnd
Leaving tho automobile nt the edge
of the rice field at 3 'O'clock, they
tramped about five miles to the house
u-lim.. iimv i.Yticrlpil iii rhntur.. the '
moonshiner and the booze. Hut theie
was nothing doing. When they got
mere mere was no sign oi iinj -
iiuor, either Illicit or bearing the
stamp of the f!oernment. So they
waited until thu light iind then I
trumped up maukc two or three, ," rtldn't expect." said Cathcart In
...n. ... .. i... uri, ur. '"Is iirgumcnt. "that the ever would
...J. i n... n... ..... n,. i.,.i...
lug It up. After that they lunched
on morning air nnd hiked back to
town, soaked to the skin and with
only another night of hard work be
hind them. Hut that Is only ono
moonshiner that got away lira good
many that they have liinilul In the
THE STKAMKRS Manila Kea undi0 contended that tho cases do not
Mntina I.oa Hailed at noon today for
Maul and Hawaii ports A latgo num
ber of well known pe(irto left on them
on business and pleasure. At f o'clock
this afternoon the Kliuui stills for
Kauai, while the Mlkahala goes to Mo
lokal. Maul and I. anal.
THE AMCIUCAN bark Andrew
Welch. Captain Kelley, and tho schoon
ur Itobeit lowers. Captain Underwood,
nriiveil yesteiday from tho coast. Tho
former brought it general enrgo, while
the latter had a load of lumber.
'Continued from Pace 1)
It." said Mr Fairbanks, "onu that wo
shall remember with tho utmost pleas
ure. Nothing has been left iimlonu uy
the people of all the islands to make
out visit both Instructive nnd pleasant.
lCvery minute of our time, has been oc
cupied. I feel that I kuuw all tho Is
lands, all the people and all tho moun
tains," "Ilus tho Impression made upon you
been such that ou are liable lo return
to Hawaii?" Mr. Fairbanks was asked.
.U'.itl .,,. .... .i.1l,.j1 "Um, l ,.
very natural iiuesllou for u resident of I
Hawaii to ask. Nobody who lives hero
ran understand how a man can come
hero mice ami not want to return. Yes,
I hope I shall ho able to conn, back to
seo you again, And It will be easier
tho second time than It was tho first,
for wo know tho road now.
"At present wo are headed east fin
al! extended tour. We go fiom hero to
Yokohama and then to Toklo. Wo ex
pect to spend somo weeks In Japan.
Wo ale free to shnpo our plans for tho
future when we got tliero. Wo want
to see as much of foreign countries as
wo can. Hut I um Hiiro that wo shall
not enjoy oursolveB anywhere else
more than wo liavo In Hawaii."
Mr Fairbanks said albii that he
wished to thank the u.ipers of Haw-all
for their expressions of good will to
Referring to the courts of tho Ter
ritory, ho said, "The Hawaiian courts
aio doing excellent work and stand
high among tho courts of tho United
States. You have flue Judges here and
they uro dispensing Justice without
fear and without favor
"I havo found tho community to bo
very law-abiding and peaceable
"Your kclinol system hero is being
Improved and everybody scums lo tako
particular pride in Us development I
hiivo lsltcd several of tho schools din
ing my travels about tho Iblands and
have been Impressed with tho good
Sovoral lots at a Imigalu from $75
lr. 5-'r. nt Alnwa on Kunuwiil Lane.
Iielnw Jmlil street, (lood view. Cool,
healthy. Near car line. (loverr.
ment water. Ten per cent ciu.li, hal
nuce In smalt monthly payments,
P. E. R. Strauch
Wllity Uldg. 71 S. King ,St.
FLAYING FOR TIME
Show Markfiri Hfi nr.ianr.fi '
To Come Into Court
The efforts of County Attorney John
V. IMthcart to bring his trndiioors Into
conrf and force them to plead to the
charges of libel drought against them
have failed for the present ami the do
fondant corporation, ilio Hawaiian (la
lotto Company. In mile until next
September, unyway. The newspaper
company showed n marked Inclination
Iq wriggle out of the fix It In In, ami
through Its attorneys. Kinney, Mark,
I'roiirer & Anderson, put oft the oWI
day as long riH possible
The inollon of Cathcart. died several
ila.VH ago, to hne the Ihc tlhel suits
hot fur a dny certain, came up hefnro
fudge lie Holt this morning Cathcart,
nipearlng In his own lielialf. meed the
would not consent to have his plans
It was, therefore, up to Judge Da
Holt either to set tho cases for trial
!''", '0'''' t let them go over to
casu nmy ,')0 trlC(I (lllrllls h; 1110nUl n'f
Juno oxenpt by consent of counsel for
'both sides, mid during July and Aug.
list no Jury clues mny bo tiled under
?'""'"' to . K to trial- ' "'b"t that
I um entitled to have my cases set
down for tilal in May, oi- at most In
.lime. I um not willing to accommo
date Mr. Kinney In his pleasures,
though I am willing to nllow tho cases
to go over to Juno if ho cannot get
ready to try them this month."
Judge Do Holt said that while ho
realized that there, a a. great deal of
Interest In tho cases', ho Hid not think
ho should i.av anv attention lo that.
rigliliy ucloug to him. They were as
signed to him by Judge Undsay when
the latter left the bench, and it was bis
Intention to reassign them to tho Sec
ond Jmlgo when Judge Whitney should
tiiKo His placo on tho bench. Surely,
lie said, "It Is noli the expectation of
any person that with my hands full I
should lay nsldo all other business.
Though I will say that If you gentle
men agree to have the cases set for
trial in June. 1 will hear them.
"In tho second place, the case has
not been reached on tho calendar. I
have not found during the Inst two or
three years any reason for taking up
ruses nut of their order, though I have
none it in some Instances. For these
reasons I do not feel that 1 enn set
tho cases for frlul now. The motion Is
This denial of the right of Immedi
ate trial means that the cases will not
bo reached before nckt September, and
that when they are heard, It will bo by
Judge Whltue ,
(Continued from Faze 1)
sumahly making up somo sort of u pe
tition to present to tho management
although It is ohvlous If there were
serious cause for criticising the tic-it
ment of tho lnhtirers and they had real
grievances, the ix'tltlon would havo
heon presented lung before.
The slluatloii Is a "show down" so
far as tho hlgh-uago agitators are con
ceinod. four hundred and seenty
live thousand Ions of sugar nnd the
united American ami Japanese com j
munily will stand against a movement
to merely hold up tho main Industry
of tho Islands and mnko It subject to
the demands nnd whims of a few ugl
tutors aided by a secret association of
Honolulu attorneys nnd writers look
ing for fees,
Ono of tho agitators' mediums pro
sealed the following ns the probable
outline (if what the Honolulu laborers'
petition will contain. After this had
been gone oer by the secret counsel
lors -it was probably changed, as
tho demands make the workmen ridic
ulous. 1. An InciV-uKo of fS per month as
wages for common laborers, and tho
wnges of other laborers Increased pro-
"2. To build now houses In tho
n tt :: t: s: n t: n n tt :s n tt n n n
work they are doing. They are tench
lug patilotlsm In a systematic and
thorough manner and uro teaching tho
hoys ami girls practical things. This
feature of education cannot ho too
sttongly emphasized nnd I am glad to
sen that they aro giving It emphasis.
"I lime been Impicsied most favor
ably by tho societies and clubs formed
by holh men and women for their self
cult uro and for benevolent and charlt-
All this speaks well
for the future of thu Islands "
CoiicluiliiK tho Interview. Mr Fair
banks again snld ho wtshod to thiink
the people of Hawaii for their hospital
ity extended to himself and his fam
ily, and expressed tho hope that somo
day lio might ho fortunate enough to
coma this way again,
Itcpjlr the nnd to ih camp I
To mnlie the departure ol 111"
cnrrMng laborers, more punc i
WILL NOTIFY Till-: ASSOCIATION I
,0F HIS INTENTION WlinNKVKU
!lin WANTS TO DISCIIAUOi: ANY
tih- gist r this whole business i. 1..
make tho agitators the labor bureau of
the sugar plantations of Hawaii. When
this Is completed tho grip Is lo be ex
tended to the Kcrvnnts of Honolulu.
That Is tho purported ngltntlnu plan.
Furthermore the agitators state that
the present strike has been biought
about became the I'lanters' Assoeln
Ion did not uiiswer Its letters
Meanwhile the situation on the other
plantations Is about the same. Tli"
Onhu plantation Japanese are not with
the ngltatnrs as Is evidenced by the
fact that althouiih It was promised the
plantation would he tied up this morn
ing, the field hands went to work and
not n few of the Japanese field hands
accepted the offer of the management
to work In the mill and take tho placo
of the strikers.
No trouble is reported from Kwa.
Walalua. or Kahukii, although It is
stated In town that Walahu ma be
Included In the strike by tomuirow or
i.i.v. .Im nnd linlt.itn I... (t,.. .....I .,f
the week. The enthusiasm for the
strike appears to decrease, as
square or the distance from Honolulu. I meet the United States Muishal, who
This morning there was a general bi ought a pilsoner to be tried here
rustling about town to secure citizen Mr. Ilobdy, one of the most popu
labor for Honolulu Plantation nnd be- nr otaLCtH f tle ji0iItnl Mailne
foronlgh fall there Is no i doubt that a 8prv U lim),npanled by Mrs
good-sized force of workmen will bo . , ' , . , . , ,,
In the field taking care of tho Irrlga- ""'""V "' t"o child. en. T1r weie
tlon and thus keeping the cano In con- Rrcelcd by Or Sinclair ..rr .oi i
dlllon. Half the Honolulu crop Is on i Mr. Ilobdy stated this imutilus
and the cane can stand In the field fur that he docs not Intend to make un
throe months without seriously deter
In the opinion of soir.9 plantation
men there should not be much danger
or n general strike ull over this Island,
as most of tho Castlo & Cooke and
Alexander & Ilaldwln plantations have
tho contract system of raising cane,
The laborers do not draw a full
month's wngo every pay day, only a
proiHirtlon of the money being paid
them, the balance retained until the
matured crop Is cut, and ground at
the mill. Then tho contractor Is paid
according to tho sugar contained In
his cano and tho nrico realized for It.
It Is believed that tho contract men I
will not risk losing tho money that Is p,l ' a raid on a Mnunnkeii stre.-i
coming to them front their cano ron- b"iio yesterday afternoon, and weri
tracts, by taking part In any strike, ns nil up before Judge Andrude this morn
that would bo a violation of tho con '"g The) were lined K each and nl
tract drawn up and signed by them. If lowcl t depart In pence till the next
the cane Is not cultivated and watered time.
to tho so'tlsfnctluu of the management. I Aptina, tho sleuth, and a bunch of !
of tho plantation, tho contract becomes llcomen niiulo tho raid and hard wor;
void. Under theso circumstances tho H'"y hail to get net to the "7-1 1"
Japanese contractors would bo foolish 'lends. Tho police knew that tho g'imi
lo risk the loss of their legitimate prof- "as running, but nil the gambling wjr
its, besides throwing uwuy their hard ,,0"o u" "' second Hour of the build
labor for the past two years. ' -A watchman was stationed out
There was a rumor current on tho -'l the f't door and gao warning
streets this afternoon to tho effect whenever a plain clothes man hovo In
that tho Japanese laborers at Kaliuku 'sht.
plantation had gono on n strike. In- However. Apann climbed up the bick
qulry nt the ofllces of Alexander & balcony of the building ami. after
Ilaldwln elicited tho Information that watching the game for a while: slg
the reiiort was without foundation and "ailed tho police; the watchman was
that all was quiet on tho plantation. grabbed before ho rould give winning
Sheriff Jarrctt returned shortly af- '" ,lu' '"n outside, and after that e
ter 2 o'clock from Aloa and Wnlpahu. crythlng waH easy.
He reports even thing perfectly quiet I
nnd orderly. "Why, you would not A W Carter nnd partv deini ted to
know that tliero wns a strike on, unless day for Hawaii, sailing at noon on the
someone told )ou about It," was the Muumi Kea.
wny that ho expressed himself, I
Jarrett visited tho plantations to .ei
it mere was any need for additional po-
Qenuine, just the tort Grandma brewed for your pleas
ure. You will find it at our fountain Cool, refreshing,
healthful. It quenches thirst and puts vim in your com
position. Benson Smith & Co.. Ltd.,
Quickly and Without Injury
H. HACKFELD & CO., LTD.,
RFADY FOR WORK
llLnUl 1 till II Ullll
New Marine Hospital
Chief Comes On
Owing to the piesence of Dr.
C. Ilnliib. who arrived todu, to be
chief of the loi-al hraneli or the I 1 H years of .ikc and needs .some
United Stales Mm Imp Hospital Ser-' tliinir to sustain hci strength. She
Nice, those who went out to the
Mongolia on the Customs launch
this morning to meet (heir friends
wete permitted to go .-: '.iimril the
liner as rnon as the launch came
Among those who availed of lb"
opportunity were the Honorable It.
W. and Mrs. Shingle. Honorable ('
A. Itlie. who went out lo meet Mis
Illce. 12. 6 I lo-mii-r, ami Senator
I'almei Woods and others I'nlted
lhwcilt out In his ollk'lal rapaellv to
changes In the local oillrc of the ma
rine hospital. Ilc w-a.i tcnl here to
succeed Or. Cofcr. now stationed In
Washington. When told of the tu
mor that Or Currle would take Dr.
llrlnckerhoff's place he said that It
was news to him.
(iMLING RAID ON
MAIM KEA STREET
icn Jatiancso gammers were arrest
C Hollo, who went tn the sintim m.
IpiiIii-ss, returned today In the Mon
are offrn brought mi ly rati'iitf
urceti iki tabic ami unripr fruit,
I 1 -tulilm iliotiK1- in utather,
"ii-.nc hf.it. crttlpmg down Iceil
i' ink-, ct i . ami art prevented and
I iKK turcd by
1)llf's 1ure Mal1 Wx
Mrs. Freeman Vigorous at 1 14.
In an interview with rs. Carnpj.J
lui! who lives at Red Hank, Pa.,
iitii! who i tlic (laughter of Mr.
Freeman (114 earv of ape), MlC
I stated: "M mother hat been tt-inc
Duff' Pure Mall Whiskey and it
anxious to have me tell ou that she
felt it- strengthening effects at
J",cc- " Know mat it nai uonc
"cr a (,'reat (leal ot Ruml. MIC 11
thinks it is a great -timulant and no 4
old person should be without it. I,
myself, know what he says aliout
vour medicine is the truth."
Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey kilH w
the disea'c genus and keeps the sys- "
tern in a normal, healthy condition.
It keeps the old young, the younp.
strong ; it is invaluable as a tonic for
overworked men, delicate woitfcn,
and sickly children. Duffy's Pure ,
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care being used to have every kernel 8
thoroughly malted, thus destroying 'I
the germ and producing a prcrii-
Bested liquid food in the form of a
malt essence, which is the most ef
fective tonic stimulant ami invic-
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by warmth and moisture, its pala '
lability, and freedom from injurious
Miim.iiiii: iiiiuci u ?u ui.ik ib iiu cii
he retained bv the most sensitive H
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THE FLORIST, HOTEL YOUNG Bid. ,
Bulletin Business Ofilcc Thonc 55R
Bulletin Editorial Rcsu ' uoiie 183,