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EVENING mJU.BTIN, HONOUTUJ, T. H-AVRDNnSDAYr .July 1 1, '05.
J A Few of the Many
Ladies' Black Voile Skirts
With silk drop ckirt. A variety of ctylcs ; each one embodying ft
distinct feature; all prettily trimnud.
Ladies' Wash Skirts
White, Bordeaux Linen, Rep and linen. All new styles.
Ladies' Silk Rain Coats
In plain and stripes, black, navy, brown, grey and tan very
In a' large assortment. Collars in lace and embroidered. Dainty
embroidered bows. Lace and embroidered Jabots and the new Chemes
cites so much in vogue.
Firie material and dainty pattsrns, 27 inches wide for children's
dresses, 45 inches wide for ladies' gowns. ,
I White and Blue by the yard.
Our new veils are prettier than ever, and the latest style is a much
larger veil than heretofore. CHIFFON VEILS in all of the latest colon
with broad white borders.
CHIFFON VEILS in all of the n:wcst colors, with wide hem and
Persian border. Very swell.
Wc have some very nobby and exclusive styles in ladies Felt Hats,
New Yoik styles. Ask our Milliner to show you one of the Van Ness,
Rosalind- Fritzy or Vernon's. They are all new and up to, date.
VALENCIENNCES LACES, TORCHON, CLUNY, BABY IRISH, in
edgings and insertions.
N. S. Sachs' Dry
Cor. Fort and Beretania Sts.
Your maohine will be ready for
you when we say it will be. We
don't experiment on autos; we repair
ALEXANDER YOUNQ BU1LDINQ.
Automobile and Carriage
W. W. WRIGHT & CO., Ltd.
By skilled mechanics at
Royal Hawaiian Garage,
v Hotel St., near Richard..
Schuman Carriage C Ltd.
Received ex Alameda a New Ship
ment of Latest Styles in
1028 NUUANU ST
HAVE YOU EVER
The HYLO Lamp?
Union Elootrio Co.,
BULLETIN ADS PAY -JJSTJ
Goods Co., Ltd.
0"). Fire Station.
Soil, black or Waianae sand, coral
or rock furnished to fill up depres
sions or build up terraces.
P. M. POND
On Display at our Garage
1009 MODEL "Q" RUNABOUT.
FRANKLIN "D" TOURINO CAR.
FOR THE .KISSEL KAR
ASSOCIATED GARAGE, Ltd
C. H. BEHN
Car No. 184 can now
be found al
COR SALE A Fine Ger.
1 man fnarh Tallinn
three years old ; weight
1250; 16 hands high.
"For Sale" carda a Bulletin.
Sheriff JarrettBack From
"I found over thins .quiet linn rat
Isfactory last night. The ciotcta lno
ull returned to work mid tMnut, appear
to bo once more moving harmoniously
along. Aa to whether tlicy vtll con
tinue , t would not en re to miy, hut
there docs not appear to bo any Itn
mlnint Blitns ot trouble."
Such was the brief but 'Airi'Et.lu
reply of Blicrlrt Jurrett, who i el nine J
from Walmannlo at nn early hour thin
morning. While the Sheiiff does not
look for Immediate tioulilo It would
eem that there are mill la re. tunotiKut
tho corn and the need of dlnoiintent
sown may yet bear fruit.
In the course of convocation, the
Hherlff said that there vcrc some
bad oki!" out there who cio Habit
In cause trouble at any tlm but he
was o f tliu opinion that the sharp les
son administered two nlnlitj niro had
u cry salutary effect on the majority
of the men.
JUDGE WARNS THE RIOT JURY.
(Continued from Vzt 1)
I.lRhtfoot and the usual preliminary
questions asked. Morlta seems to be
the most peaceful of the bunch. Ac
cording to his testimony he did not
oven have the sllitlitcst suspicion that
there was any trouble. Ho Is a mem
ber of tho Walpahu Higher Waco As
sociation but not nn officer. On tho
evening of the 8th of June he went
to the theater from his home. All dol
this when tho talk mtrch on the actu
t.tKhtfoot: Was there any speech-
making koIiik ont Oklyama: No.
Q. So ou dldn'Ljhear any speech
them. 'A. No. I went home.
Q, Which way did you go homo?
Avl ncnt.tfio Haiu.Q'ffny.Ucamc.,,lLU
tho. shortest. . . .
Q;' plil" ou 50 flir'ectb'!omo
somewhert else? a',"I chtillroi
Q! Did you' at any U-.io that iilsht
seo Mr, Scollle? A. Nn.
Q. Did you' at any tlmo that nlr.lit
boo Mr. Wills? A. I did not.
Q. Did you at any tlmo that night
sco Jotaro Mlkawa. A. t did not.
Q. Did jou at any tlmo that iiirtlit
see a crowd at tho depot? A. I did
Q. Did yoil at any time that night
throw any stones or sticks at any one?
Q. Whllo you wcro In tho vicinity
of tho theater did you hear any nolso
or shouting? A. I was lato and when
I was there, there were only five or
six people there.
Q. What were thoso people you re
fer to doing? I A. They were fixing
up the theater.
Q. Then )ou went straight homo?
Q, When wcro you arrested? A. I
Easy Way To
It Is the easiest thing In tho world
to rid the house ot rats, mice, cock
roaches, wuterbugs, etc., by using the
old rellablo Stearns' Electric Rat and
Iloach Paste, which has been on the
market for thirty years.
It la ready mixed for itso and as It
is In pasto form, there Is no powder to
blow away and get Into food,
Seo that every packago bears tho
signature of J, J, Kearney, nnd then
you will get tho genuine; tho only
guaranteed exterminator, trio only ono
P0HA JAM, MANQ0 CHUTNEY, GUAVA JELLY, OUAVA JAM,
QUAVA MARMALADE, PINEAPPLE PICKLES, PINEAPPLE JAM, PA
PAIA AND CHINESE ORANGE MABMALADE, TAMARINDS.
MRS. ANNIE A. KEARNS, Proprietor,
Alexander Young Hotel, Honolulu.
Jiiu'ge Grills Koreans
For Their Abuse Of
The fiu h
"In deal In 2 Villi Koiean rases one
finds himself In n cry hard position,
ns t honestly believe that Koreans of
this class are Incapable of telling'
the truth. I lioHeto1 tliat anyone ot
them Is capable, of taking the stand
nr.d swearing away the libel ty of
another, and I cannot convict on the
evidence produced by the prosecu
tion." ")ii ."i
This was .tho decision nrrlved at
byfcJudge Andrndo In tho l'ollce
Couit this morning In the caBo of
Cliong Do Wong and Yce Suhg ling,
two Koreans charged with 'holding
up and robbing Dak 'dice Yung, "a
brother Korean and fellow gambler.
Ilak, the assaulted one and chlot
witness, gave his evidence In a most
dramatic fashion according to the
most approved and modern styles.
He demonstrated all his remarks
lying down on tho floor, Jumping
around In the confined area of tho
witness box, grabbing tho Interpre
ter by tho coat, hands and other
parts ot his person.
It nppcurs that tho whole affair
was little moro than n gambling
brawl with a consequent discussion
over the winnings, and Ilak claimed
to have been robbed of $32. The
evidence wns most contradictory,
fciiil the Judgo was of tho oplon that
It was little moro than n tissue of
lies. lie Bald that he did not be
lieve that the complaining witness
ever had $32 and ho could not but
A ' , .. . . ...
dlschargo the, prisoners. In doing
so ho severely reprimanded Cliong Do
Wong, whom, he raid, had visited
him officially Ibd often recently, and
If not careful "wifuM very possibly
find himself whero ho belonged.
The piosecutlon was conducted by
Deputy CountyieAttorney Jvlllverton
In the absencaimt rMrl Drown, anil
"Attbriicy miifauT 'a"s'- for"flho do
fense. y . ,
'" HACKFELDS SUED
Acting as tho guardian of tho four
minor children of the late John Kal
Aklna, Jr., Hattlo Kawouuhaii today
filed suit against. Hackfeld & Co. for
the sum or 483133. Tho Hackfeld
Company Is tho trustee for tho r-tate
of the children's father and tho sum
claimed Is part ot rentals' fioin tho es
tate. tho p.imcnl of which, tho plain
tiffs allege, has bqen refused them.
Ivy Cnllen died jesterdjj of tuber
culosis at her houia In Honolulu. She
was IT years old. ,r
was arrested the next --morning at 8
Q, Who anested you? A. Mr.
Ills cross examination will bo held
Rid the House of
Hats, M ce etc
where onr drugjfsL will refund your
money If II does not do tho work
Apply Steams' Ktectrlc -,1'asto at
night, in sinks, pantries, etc., nnd In
tho inuiulug ou can Bwcep up 11 pan
fill of dead cockroaches,
Use It whero there aro rats and
mice, and lifter outing It, they will run
out of doois to die.
All reli'lblo diugglsts sell Stearns'
Hlectrlc Paste; 2 ox. box 25c, IG nz.
box $1.00, or sent express prepnld.
Stearns' Klectrlc Pasta Co., Chlcflago,
Honolulu Jam and Chutney
Hawaiian Tropic Preserves
184 Hotel Street, Opposite
J. D. uPRrXKELS jAMOBILE FOR
SAVED OCEANIC! SUPERINTENDENT
Interests On Bonds- Paid
Jul 2. John I). 1
Sprcckels save.i iiu
shli. Conin.iiiv from u ivcrlvuralilu
under the terms of the deed of trust
securing U bonds by pajli.'j jest'.-rdjy
a long-delayed seml-anniM1 Inleicjt
coupon amounting to $(10,121, This In
terest lint been due since January 1,
1008, but the Sjircckels officials were
legally able to delay p.i.unenl by get
ting a majority of the holdcra of the.
bonds to sign 11 waiver or ile'..llt. On tonneau with u real live chrtlleur to
the first of the ) ear he paid the $40,123 toot him around And lip needs It,
coupon that fell 1I110 on July I, 108. for the Inconsiderate Legislature did
Ho defaulted, however, wlth'tlio coupon sure pile work on Marston Campbell
of SC0.125 due January 1. lOU'J. mid es- He doesn't caie what kind he gets,
terday made n default wlt:i thu July 1, for he doesn't make any special hol
19C9, coupon, amounting O $60,12.1. tier for n big tourer, nor docs h? hint
Tho Oceanic therefore owe) a car'ii that nn electric runabout will please
Interest on Its bonds, ar minting to him. but. Its any old thing. O Lord,
$12O,2S0. It has an equ1 peilod of
six months In which to pay thu coupon
falling due ycsteidav. Tb" one which
fell duo January 1, 1009, U not being
paid, as tho majority of tho houdhold
era have Mgncd 11 waive. of default
for n )oar.
Tho bonds amount to $1 J03 000 nnd
bear 5 per cent Interest.
Tho company owes John 1). Sprock
ets and his associates $2,00),000 over
draft. This will be lost unb'SH by
some fortunate chance the company
George 4;h Fined Again
Last night Chief Detective Leal
successful In recapturing a
joung man, John Kragas, who has
been giving the police considerable
trouble. Some time ago he was con
victed of stealing, but, being only 1?
cars of age, ho was sentenced to
tho Industrial School, A fen
days ago he wns successful In mak
ing his escape 1 10m thcro and for n
day or two his movements were un
known. He was traced to a shack In the
Punchbowl, but proved too wily for
the police. Last night, however,
Chief Leal, In company with three
of his men, look a trip tn Punchbowl,
and by cutting off any possible egress
from the shack captured tho refractory
Dole, charged with beating an
nged native woman, I.lllla, was se
verely reprimanded by the Dench and
The case of Fred Kaeck, charged
with assaulting C. E. Prlnglc, was
continued till tho ICth, Attorney
StraiiBs g appearing for the defenso.
Ah Chong nnd seventeen others
were remanded until tomorrow on
a chargo ot gambling.
Ant. Souza has been arrested on a
charge of stealing cocoanuts.
Geurgo 4th, alias Kcoke 4th, was
lined $10 and $3.20 costs for assault
ing a Chinaman In hU restaurant on
January 19th last. The caso was
under advisement from jesterday,
and Judgo Andrade camo to the
aforc-mcntloned decision this morn
ing. Ho was convicted of drunken
ness jesterday and fined $3 and costs.
Sylvester Kyun was fined $3 and
costs far being diunk and Incapable
Win. J. Wilkinson, a soldier, wos
handed over to the military authori
ties this morning, ho being found In
n state of Intoxication last night.
The Industrial Edltioc of the
Evening Bulletin, wrapped
ready for mailing, 50 cents at B u 1
I e t i n office.
I am offering you a new large
house with three bedrooms, never oc
cupied, near St. Louis School, with
iron roof, modern plumbing, and lot
4089 sq. feeti right in' town, for only
$1,100. Very cheap. Rare bargain.
This is $300 less than cost..
Here is your chance.
P. E. R. Strauch
Waity Bldg, 74 S. King St.
Busy Director Gf Four
Departments Gets A
Marston Campbell, Commissioner!
of Public Lands, Director (Icneral of
the Survey Department, Commission-
er of the lloaul of Koicstry und Ag-
ilcultitie and ftupeilutcndcnt of the
Hoard of Public Works by tho grace
of the last Lcglslatuie given, lie la to
have a little cliugumo-hlzz-boom-iind-out
wagon. He has advertised for
scaled tenders, and bometlme after
July 21 lie will recline In a cushion
for Mniston Campbell Is the Travel
ing Member of the Ancient Order of
Te Weekly Edition of the Evening
Bulletin gives a complete summary n
-kf news of the day.
No two men are just
alike no two suits
should be just alike.
You want perfect
fitting clothing, don't
Only way is to have
them made for you.
Oct us to make them
for you, because we
We find it easy to do
No, not when you
Our .business suits
made to your measure
for Twenty-five Dol
lars are incomparable.
Our evening clothes
Geo. A. Martin,
This means O.K. and applies to
By the way, we've somethlnc
new In this line a distinct Im
provementthe best and
cheapest You'll agree with us
when you see It Call, write or
telephone, and we're at your
service; or send for Catalog 802
Office Supply Co.,
931 Fort St
WHAT PAINT SHALL YOU USE!
Whv, the cheapest and the best is
EUREKA PERFECTION PAINT.
For sale by gallon or barrel. Write
for booklet to
EUREKA PERFECTION PAINT CO.
P. 0. Box 93, City.
TIME IS MONEY in
the kitchen. No
fue! cojKs sowe'l is
GAS, nor so quicKly,
and the cost of the
less than when any
other luel is used.
Experience of those
Who burn GAS proves!
ALEXANDER YOUNO BLDO.
has acquired the city agency of the
Citizen Labor Sanitary
which she will conduct at her Curio
Store on Hotel street, near Union
street, m Honolulu. Phone 1C9.
Prices reasonable. Satisfaction
guaranteed. Work left before 8:30
a, m. can be returned same day by
GEO. A. MARTIN,
Business Suits for $25.
New stock just in.
OAT & M0SSMAN,
WAN CHONG CO.
DRY GOODS AND TAILORING.
fresh from the Coast.
POST CARDS., H
V o 1 0 a n o at
view. 200 sub
j e c t s. Tapas
M at s , Fans
Skirts, Fibres for Weaving. Hawa
iian & South Seas Curio Co. Young
Building. (Bishop St., under Elec
Boston Baked Beans.
Boston Brown Bread.
Leave orders a day ahead, U
28 loaves of bread for $U00.
1120 Fort St. Phone 197.
If Morris were on this sphere he
would confirm the statement that"
links at Haleiwa oiler greatest pleas-
pTrrrnT?n v vimhatx V
Teiritorial Board of
Honolulu. . m
For vacation reading, .m
BROWN & LYON CO.. LTD. 'Jf
Alexander Young Bldg. ' '
F. ,L. LAMOREAUX, 3
PIANO AND PIPE ORGAN '$
TUNING AND REPAIRING. S
Bcrgstrom Music Co., Ltd. i3j
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