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HVRNINO ntU.I.IITIN. HONOLULU. T II , MONDAY, .lUNH 21, 1D0!).
Sale of Madeira Embroideries
DARING CUT in prices on the beautiful Embroideries made by the women of Madeira. Ladies who
can appreciate the beauty of this work will recognize this unprecedented chance. Think how your
friends on the Mainland would rave at such an opportunity. Yet it is yours for a few days.
Sale Now On
Come early to get a good choice, for these prices will attract crowds of buyers.
$6.00 Reduced to $3.50
6.50 Reduced to 4.00
7.00 Reduced to .4.50
8.50, $9.50 Reduced to $5.50, $6.00
Reduced to $6.50, $7.50
$G.0O. $8.50 Reduced to $3.75
7.00. 7.50. $8.00
Reduced to $4.00, $4.25
Reduced to $4.50, $5.00
Reduced to $5.50, $7.50
$5.50, $6.50 Reduced to $3.50
$7.00. $7.50. $8.50
Reduced to $4.00. $4.25
$8.50, $9.00. $9.50
Reduced to $4.50, $5.00
$3.25, $3.50, $3.75
Reduced to $1.75
$4.00, $4.50. $4.75
Reduced to $2.25, $2.50
$5.25, $5.50. $5.75
Reduced to $2.75, $3.00
$6.00. $6.50. $0.75, $7.50
Reduced to $4.00, $4.50
From 35c up
Tablecloths and Napkins
$ 75.00 Reduced to $42.50
X 85.00 Reduced to $45.00
$100.00 Reduced to $55.00
$125.00 Reduced to $62.50
MRS. J. ROSENBERG,
Rooms 9 and 10, Second Floor,
Alexander Young Building
HEANAE ROAD MAN
TO BE INVESTIGATED
Has Brief Session
; Of Good Work
JUDGE KINGSBURY URGES
presented n report with several In
dictments ami the following comment:
Trouble at Keanae.
Your ('.rami Jury has had called tn
Km attention by thu County Attorney
certain nppaient Irregularity, If not
actual criminal acts mi tliu part of
ono Horace Kekumu and perhaps oth-
Pr8- pertaining to Iho payment of
At Lahdina l('"""' """' ln"ori-'i'S ' Keanae, thin
iionniy, lor tnc ninmii ni uctoner mhi.
On account of the distance ami In-
accessibility of the witnesses required
In HiIh Investigation, It Ik the opinion
Iof the Oram! Jury that the County
Attorney should proceed to Ke.inao
anil personally Investigate thin mutter
i In order that the actual facts ami
1 1 lit li may be divulged; ami that If
Maui's County Attorney Is Compli
mented Disposition of
rmCIICAL SbLF GOVERNMENT ' l M "Union finds that a prose-
Icntlim or prosecutions should, bo start
ed, that he Institute thu same before
thu district court.
Thai jour Grand Jury have no mut
ters In thu way of special lerom
incivlalions to make.
(Special to thu Mil lie tin) I "" "'" "lr " '"'" '"-
lilin ti 1 ll'i liln fittil rnti ul 11 tt t uuiiLliinnii
WA.LUKU. MAUI. Juno . Ilo.,i-, ,,,;, ,l0 county Attorney of
able Seidell II Kingsbury, Judge uriMiuil ilurlni: ItH mohhIuiim. ami hull nlth
the Clicult Court, with the Court o(Il- entire .ipprobiillon thu new order of
ccrs, Atloniojb and Ginnd Jurors went t things whereby thu County Attorney
In nttend the .luiiii 190U Term of the , leprescnts the Territory In the proso-
Defendant tillable to employ counsel.'
Attorney D, II. Cnso assigned to de
fend him, and will ho untitled to u fee
of 1100.00 from tho Territorial Troas
ury under thu Sheldon enactment of
the last Legislature.
Daniel lo.ino, accused of burglary
in tho first degree, was discharged, as
the Grand Jury found no bill against
Territory of Hawaii vh. Peter Adams.
Kxtortlon, Capo was passed as de
fendant was not In Court. Peter
Adams was n police ofllcer licensed of
taking hush money from certain par
ties, said to lie gamblers.
EAT MULLET SPAWN
..Second Circuit Cotnt
Wednesday June HI.
In charging the Grand Juiors, tho
panel consisting of I-'. I. Iliildwln, II.
S. .Shoemaker, Gem go Glbb, Win.
Wubh A. C UuttN, W A. Dnglu. Jos.
(' 'I i los. Ilenrj Smith. Alfred
K Kruse II. II. Penhiilliiw, Joe l-'ri li
as. Jus ICsilnd.i. Win. C'ockelt C I).
I.ufkln. II. A. Ilaldnln. II. W lllce,
II. T. Iliokerlck and lloiace Kekumu,
thu Judge reminded thu gland luijineii
th.it they wcio to cxeniplllj self guv
I'liitnent and to show the people thai
the people of this Jurisdiction do gov
ern themselves, that they weio In en
foico tho laws and to punish those
who bleak thu criminal laws, lie al
so called attention In thu fact that
under lecent enactment of thu legis
lature thu County Attorney becomes
ox officio the prosecuting attorney of
tho circuit anil lwiu iharge of all
ciiiuinal proiueilliifis In this Cgurt.
He stated It would bo better to gel
jibing without an Interpreter as far
as iHisslble for oven "pidgin" Kngllsh
will give h better Idea of what Is
infant than testimony strained
through an luteipieter. An alleged
case of extortion and another matter
of so railed graft of persons In official
position was i cloned to for tho Grand
Jury to examine and determine.
Tho Court aiipoliitul F. F. Baldwin
foioiiian of the grand Jury, and tho
Jiirytuen retlled to their room.
Grand Jury Report.
Oil completion of llit'ir I.iIioih the
day following F. F, Ualdlu. loiem.iu
cut Ions of all criminal cases arising
within this County; leellng uu It does,
that In tho experimental stugo of local
self government that this County will
not lie found wanting.
Thu Grand Jury desires to express
,crn, 'lis deep appreciation of thu tourtesles
and valuable aid, counsel and assist
ntieo lecelved by It from Your Honor,
the County Attorney and all other
Court Officials III attendance upon (his
Tenii of Couit.
The following disposition was made
of criminal cases:
Terrltoiy of Hawaii vs, Hairy T
White. Appeall.mt wlthtliaw his up
peiil ami paid thu flue Imposed hj the
lower couit. $100,00 Hiid costs, togeth
er with costs of Circuit Court.
Terrllorj of Hawaii vs. Cheng Ring.
Ijircenj In thu second degree. Plea
Oirlljy, Sentenced to, six months I in
prlsonnienl. " "
Terrllorj ofjjawall vs, Chong Moon
Chung, liurgln'ry In thli first degree.
Plea. Not guilty. Trial set for Mini
day. Defendant had no counsel, and
l ho Court assigned his caso to W. I"
Crockett, Attorney. Under thu now
law passed by tho Legislature mH
Crockett will ho entitled to a fee not
In excess of $50.00 from the Terri
Territory of Hawaii vs. Frank Ortls
and John l-copoldo, Duelling Plea.
Not guilty.. Trial set for Monday. Do
Cendant to conduct their own defense.
Tenllnr) of Hawaii n All Mug
C.iiu.illi abusing a female under
twelve jeaiH of ago Plea Not guilty
Despite the Inclemency of the weath
er on Saturday night last, so disastr
ous to thu open-air shows, a huuipei
house Is the rort from the eer wii
nlar Ait. Tho exterior of this theater
has undergone a perfect transforma
tion. For today's performance there Is a
complete change of program, the fe.i
tore lllm lelng "A Florida Feud," giv
ing n faithful picture of life In that
region of romance and entrancing
scenery The show Lists for nearly
an hour and a half.
ornamental and withal does no harm
o other fishes big or small. Hut now
we have tho costly inlnnilw and ery
soon thu delicious atiiiianm wilt bu n
thing of the past.
"For Sale" ojrda at Bulletin.
Pest Destroyer R ported
To Have Found
(Spiclul to the II u 1 1 e 1 1 u )
WAII.UKU. MAUI, June 18. Fish
ermen claim the minnows Imported by
the Hoard of Health at an expense to
the Territory of $1,3011, to prej on
the larvae of mosquitoes, has ncqultcd
a tuste for Jic spawn of the vond
mullet and liniklsh wutci ponds In
vaded hy minnows no longer produce
I the delicious mullet or amaain.i. Own
!'rs of fiesh or biaklsh water ponds
i nio threatened with a total loss of the
lvalue of their propel ty as the mill-
'nows nio Rood for nothing except for
lull The most efficient destroyer of
the larvae of mosquitoes known to
the writer is the beautiful gold fish.
Imported in the seventies without cost
In tho Government. Tho gold fl.di Is
HAWAIIAN FAILS IN
FAINTJD IS HURT
An aged Hawallnn named Kauln,
who was standing In front of the
fish market after making u puich.uo
this morning, was observed to sud
denly fall to the pavement.
A police officer who happened to
I m near tho spot at onco went to tho
man's assistance and found him to
bo iiikoiiscIoiis and suffering from
a bad rut In tho back of the head.
I Die Injuicil man was at once plckod
up and sent In tho ambulance to the
Queen's Hospital, whero ha was ex
amined. I lly the time tho hospltnl was
' leached, the patient was conscious,
I mill, after having his head dressed,
was allowed to depart for Ills homo,
t appeals that tho man Is subject to
fainting llts and that ho has fallen
in tho same manner before.
ARMY AND NAVY
At Reduced Prices
Whitney & Marsh
House Proceedings For
1909 Complete From
Press of Bulletin
IT tK'l ' Wj AuMHTWiUni
The handsomest Journal uver Is
sued for either the Upper or Uiwor
House of Iho Legislature of Hawaii, Is
thu Hiiiiso Journal of thu session iff
liioy, toady for delivery on Saturday
last, from thu press of the, Iliilletln
Publishing Co., Ud.
I'or thu first time In Hawaii tin
Join mil Is bound in buckram, adding
I greatly to thu appearuncu of thu vol
'limn and, It Is hoped, lunderlng it Im
pervious to thu, attacks of sllvcr-flsh
and other local book destroyers.
j Thu House Journal is also a notable
I publlcalon In that It contains thu most
I exhaustive and systematic Index over
'undertaken In any Journal Clerk, und
Nr-j .riri Fern inilei Is to bo greatly
tomnii uded fur his painstaking work,
'I In. ivoik has been turned out well
within the contract time, which ox
'plus on the H.'illi lust, und II la u
bool, t tint ii-llertH eiedll on both Us
eomplleis and publlsheis.
A recital was given ut Bchoflohl Ilai
racks on Hatmday evening under the
auspices of Lieutenant and Mis, J. II
Ilarnard. Sth U. 8. Cavalry, at the OII1
cers' Club. Tho dining room was fit
ted up with u stage und foot lights and
decorated with palms. Hags, etc. L'tory
officer at (ho post was present, Includ
ing Col. Schuyler ami Lieutenant Col.
Hunter and Majors Foster and Goode.
An excellent buffet lunch was suived
uftcr the ierformuiicu and dancing wiih
enjojed, with thu Fifth Cavaliy baud
Thu program follows:
IJvolyn Nlles Gee, leader; Kiln In
Stanton Geu, pianist.
1 Monologue "Thu Telephone Girl"
3. Original Airangement of Classics'
Chopin's Second Noctuine,
Mendelssohn's Spilug Song.
Gottschnlk's Lust Hope
3, The Ilanlshment of llagnr by
Incidental music by Itiiblusteln.
t. (a) Hieno du Mallet ... .Chumlnade
(b) Maieh. German Triumphant.
Intel mission, 3 nilniilus,
S, "A Pair of Lunatics."
Place Dr. Adam's Private Saul-
turliim for thu Insane. (A Pallor.)
Tlnio-Thanksglvlng Uvu The
annual ball fur thu patients an.)
their Ji lends is supposed to bu In
Capt. Geoigo Fielding. 3rd Cav
alry, U, 8. A.... Mr. IMwIn 8. Geu
Miss Clara Manners
Mrs. Kvelju N. Gee
"The Assassination of thu Duku of
Guise" In olio of tho latest tuusutlouul
story pictures, ""IiIh picture will do
shown fur the first time In Honolulu
ut thu Kmpliu Theatiu tonight, tomor
low's mutlneo and lomoriow evening.
To prodeco this play Patlie Uios., the
greatest film makers In the world, se
cured tho Theatre Friincnls in Paris,
owned by Sarah Ilernhardt, also the
niOBt talented theatrical artists, who,
alter wcekti of reheartul, enacted this
play for Patho Ilros. at u cost of over
110,000, To miss seeing this historical
ph'ttlic-Mory is to miss one of the
IliioM ilinuuillf liielileufK lu the hi-Inn
of I iiiiicu
SHELDON LAW MAY
Honorable Old Man May
Be Forced Out Of
(Sperlal to the II n 1 1 e I I n I
WAILUKU, MAUI, June IS Soln
moil Kalieohalahala, the veteian ilh
lllct magistrate of the Island or l.auil.
aged over soventj Jears, ami who his
held the office continuous!) since Ida
appointment by Chief Justice Allen,
in thu year 1S7L', dining the leigu ot
King Kumehaiueha V, picscutcil him
self before Judge Klngsbui.v nt lihnl
na this week to take the examination
and qualify as a practitioner In dlutilct
courts In older to continue to hold
an ofticu he lias held thlrlj-i.eveii
years. Tho salaiy of the Laii.il dis
trict Judgeship Is a paltiy $-" n month,
and thu old m.in'ii Integilty and hon
esty and fitness to hold It has never
been challenged before. Hut It si ms
by the terms of thu Sheldon bill pass
ed by thu last Legislature a lifetime
uf official Integrity la to count fm
When questioned tho old man admit
ted not knowing how to wilte and
read thu L'ngllsh language, but claim
eil du understood a little spoken Lug-
llsh. Ills knowledge of law wan also
not up to dale. Ill formi i times when
tho Hawaiian language wan used In
Court proceedings S K.ihoohul.ihaU
had a license to pi at t lee law lieloie
lillstrlit i mil Is, a llieiisu he allowed
I to lapsu some leu jeais ago. Whin
j first commissioned a district niagls
itralu Chief Justice llaitwell was an
Associate Judge of tho Supreme ('unit
of thu then Kingdom. Judgo Kiug
limy Kindly told the applicant that
tile matter would be piesellteil lo Ihu
Ciller Justice and he would let him
know the lesull
Sunday Rest For Postmen. i
York, Juno 7. A iiiok menl whlili
alms to secuie Sunday iih a ilaj of n t
for all postmen lu tho United Stai -was
Inaugurated today at meetings m
New York clergjnien of seveial d
nominations. Congress will do nsU I
Bulflsrlans ard Turks Floht. lln
Uu, Juno 7. A Sulonlci dispatch n
tho Fiiinkfort Zeltung sajs that u llglo
lasting sevei.il limns has oiciiueil on
till' lllllmiTllll.il l fioutler detw.in
IIuU.iiIhii and 'Pinkish fionil-i gu.ud