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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, II T.. TUESDAY, FED. 26. 1901.
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Spring floods for I90f
LATE6T DESIGNS AND SHADES
FIGURED DIMITIES, I24, 15, 20c per yard.
PLAIN AND DOTTED DIMITIES; Solid Colors,
2p, 25f per yard.
STRIPED AND FIGUHED-pAgTJS, 20c per yard. .
PRINTED FOULARDS, Look" Just Like Silk,'
25, 30c peTyard.
GINGHAMS, 8, 10, 14 yards for S1.00.
FLANNELETTES, CHECKED, STRIPED AND PLAIN
8'4, 10, 12-c per yard.
A FULL LINE OF LADIES' BLACK HOSE (HERMSDOOF
PLAIN, 8, 8j, 9, oj4, 10 inch, 20c. per pair.
OPENWORK, 8, S'A, 9, 9, 10 inch, 25c. per pair.
PLAIN, FINE QUALITY, 8, 8'4, 9, 94, 10 inch,
3 pahs for Si. 00.
For the Next Few Days we are offering
Special Bargains in Cotton and
Woolen Blankets. -
. COTTON, 85c, Si.25, Si. 50.
WOOL, 54,85, 86.50, S7.50, S9,
$io per pair
N. S. Sachs Dry Goods Co.,
Visitors are cordially Invited to
call and inspect our .gallery of life-
n size royal photos, from Kamehamehs
I. to aate. .
At tha Old Stand
"- On Fort Street
1 Just Received
a New Lot of . . .
Key West and
Beaver Lunch Rooms.
H. J. NOLTE.
" C. A.GE0TE
Merchant -:- Tailors
Cleaned and Repaired
FIRST CUSS WORK GUARANTEFL
Union St. nrvr Hotel uoo
HAWAII LAND CO.
Capital Stock - - - $100,000.
Capital, paid up, $48,860
W. 0, Achl Proaident it Manager
M. K. Nakulna Vice President
J. Makalnai , Treasurer
Enoch Johnson BecreUry
Qea Jj, Desha Auditor
'"BOARD OF DIRECTORSf
Jonah Kumalae. ' '
J. W. Blplkane.i
The above Company will buy, lease,'
or sell lanXi In all parts of the Hawaiian
Islands; and also has houses In the City
of Honolulu for reut. U89-yl
W. C. ACHI & CO.
Brokers & Dealers
OT We will Bn at (, Beai SlUtelt
all parts of the group.
or We will Bell Properties on Baaaon.
JFFICE, 10 West King Street
THEY GO TO RESCUE OF
SHERIFF BALDWIN OF MALI
Captain of the Hdtfclpu Would Not
Allow His.Cabin to be Searched-
Offier Schrod r Was finally
Walltiku, Fob. 23 TJast Wednesday
nrtornoou, SlicrJffiLJJfJ JJahlwIn and
three police oflkcrs -boarded the Am
erican schooner IlonoIptC Ijlng In Kv
hulul harbor, armed with a warrant Is
sued by Judge Humphrejs of the first
Circuit for the arrest of 0. l Schroder,
Irst mate of the vessel, charged vvltb
nssault and battery with a deadly wea
pon upon one of tho sailors. Tho nffl
errs announced the purpose of tlieli
coming to Captnln A. Olcson of the ves
sel, who at -first mado no objections to
tho olllcers searching tho vessol.
Vhen captain of pollco Wm. fi. Sf
fery entered the prlvatestntcrdom of
tho captain's wifo In tho cabin with
hri hit tan. Capt. Olcson's Ire was
aroused at such Impudent Intrusion
and he told tho officers that ho would
now resist them In making nnv furthci
search of any part or tho vrsiel When
tho sheriff and officers Riffery nnd-Sp
rjulcra attempted to enter tho enhln
Bosch of the schooner O rlllloron!
OUtfiti, W.llle Oleson, th Captain's
Itnnolpu had finished discharging and
was about rend) to lea" for the (.'out
when the sheriff boarde , her.
Tho trial of Capt. Olt on and Willie
Olcson took place In Wnllukii court
house before Maglstrat McKay las'
Thlif.ftnl . A V. Ivitlmtlffct tirnnnniitoil
IJie case for the gocrnn,ent whllo Oeo.
lions defended. About li) o'clock that
night Magistrate McKnv (rave his de
cision against defendants nnd fined
Capt. Olcson $30 and Wllllo Olcson $10.
Klrt mate Schroder was taken to Ho
nolulu for trial by th. steamer Klmu
"' in the Gill Case
the afternoon session of the Circuit
Court esterday was wholly orcupM
with further arguments (in the plea In
abatement In the 0111 case. At 2
o'clock I'rederlck V Hankey nddrcMel
the Court In behalf of the plea. Ills
argument, whllo marred In the deliv
er hy n severe cold was so stamped
with ability ami understanding that It
was the topic uf the eenlng about fie
hotels and lounging place of the ctv
He made a masterful attack upon the
sjsteni, which reposes so much ponr
In the High Sheriff of Hawaii and
showed how It was crlntrnn to 'be
spirit and practice In1 Anglo-Saxon
courts from time Immemorial Ills
language was the hltigtingp of the old
English Jituflcrr Hale who at divers
times went through tho corrilpted Jim
rooms ami courts of anifeht Englnn I
as Christ went .through the temple at
Dub 1 .i.7,UruAKu
At' 'I I 11! . .1 ..
HAWAIIAN TOBACCO CO., Ltd.,
Cornur AWrclmnl unci Niintinu t
uImo HOTI2L. ST.. opponltu Bethel.
Office 'Phone, 300
Save Your Wife
A House Telephoned iron
Works 'Phone, 389,
Many Steps by Installing
You will nccr
part with it.
Upstairs to Kitchen,
House to Servants' Quarters,
House to Stable, Etc.
We will install two 'phones complete under a guarantee at a price well,
you c innot ufford to be without them.
The Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.,
son and tho second mate.
Sheriff naldwln then plaicd CAptaln Jerusalem when debased by the
Olcson anA his son under arrest for ob-1 chnngcru ,
"iim-iiiiK me cuurse in jusiirc. nut 1110 Denutr Attorner Oenerol r.ithenrt
snerm ami nis omccrs could not rcmnrn
their prisoners from the cablrO Captain
Olcson then called upon his crew to
assist hlm-to defy the police.. Th
was emiallj happy t In his argument,
which was more In apology than In Jus-'
tiflcntlon of the sjstcm nttacked I
lit vi'iui cuiuiMiiiit'iiiuii ine niior-
crow camo aft, and their spokesman lnes on both sides for the nblllt II
arlanced and said that the would not
Interfere but would sec that fair play
was done. At this moment, Capt. I-nr
sen of tho schooner Campbell, Capt.
Ilennlnseu of the Robt. Hind. Capt. I
Bosch of tho schooner O'Tllllefeord.
nnd two other captains came on hoard
and had consultation with Captain I-ar-sen.
One of the captains shnndd his
willingness to help Capt, Oleson hut
ho was curtly reminded hy tho sheriff
not to Interfere.
Sheriff Baldwin, weighing tho situa
tion nnd finding that It was Impossible
for him to execute tho warrant with
tho Inadequate fnrco at his command,
sent two pollen niltcers ashore to ob
tain tho assistance of Company I, I'lrst
Regiment, N. 0. H, stationed nt Wat-
CaptlllfiilN. K. Keola quickly ra.
sponded to the urgent call for help, and
In less than an hour, Capt Keola
plajcd In the arguments and state)
that the case was too Important to !i
decided without mature deliberation
upon all the points covered and refer
red to In the authorities. The Court
promised a conclusion nt the earliest
Charles Herfernan under two Indict
ments for forger) and one for assault
with Intent 10 commit murder, was
without counsel. J, T. I)e Holt was op-
pointed by the Court to defend In all
In the ease of Knga. Indicted on the
charge of assault with n weapon, J.
T I)e Bolt for the defense, filed a mo
tion to quash the Indictment.
Joe King was sentenced to three
months Imprisonment nt hard labor for
I malicious Injury.
A SPLENDID T!NIC
Is recommended to build iiD
1hp.CMVltp.rpnt (tfppntf Ihen ht
Weak and overworked, and produce, sound.
f FOR SALE EVERYWHERE
j .Mocker Colo, Kcb Ifl Thcodorfl
. . ' ' rt .1. ... t... l..n H.l I..
I.leutennntiRrctovsrl Cumlngs and, '"""" "" u"" '"""
about fifteen' men of'&o. iM.dirded tho1, MVtf trom ",0 KeyMnne Ranch cs-
icruny anernnon at .i ociock. ivira
asked for Interviews the Governor re
ferred the correspondent to Mr. Goff
Mr. Ooff said that seventeen linns
u-crn killed during the hunt and that
(be Governor himself killed twelve,
four of which he killed vvlth his knife
nnd eight vvlth his rifle. Mr. Goff fiir-
tlint has been
killed In thin section, weighing 227
pounds and measuring eight nnd one-
half feet In tho llcsh. Mr. Ooff states
that Roosevelt killed It vvlth his knl'e,
Hnnnlpu nt about 9:30 p. m. No re
slstnnce was shown to Co. I.
Captain Keola. acting under Instrne
tlqnssof .tbo.shcrlffjtulaced squids n't
thr'ceitac1ies 'of 'IheAcssel, and also
aft of tho cabin, whllo Sheriff Dqldwln
and four n'ollce officers went Into th.
l.nl.l n 1 1 n iiaodaI nnit nftAi t tm. r knitrsl
- .. . J . m c t j - tl'cr stated that Gov, Hoo
of dl Igent search Ant officer Schrod r MM m pn
ntio iuiiiiii dci.ii;icu lllllll.l iwc ,vt,n ,a.
tho hold of tho vessel. Ho was taken
nut of his hiding plact and tho warrant
of arrest was then read to him by tho
sheriff, and tho prisoner, pollco nnd Co.
T ImmnrllntMv leff the. VPRRet In n larC
.nn.r.hnnl.i' w nen juur JUIIIW u; WH ll.l.l jum
uv..'u..-. u 1 -,....1.. crm frnm rrtlil fi rnniimnllSlll.
Capt. Oleson put up n $210 bond. First , . nll .,. ... snrnln ,olnti Htrnn
mato Schroder had been In hiding ever )()nr Bide or bruise oursclf, 1'AIN
slnco last Saturday, for Captain Oleson KIM.KIt will take out tho sorcn-ts
received tlmt ,lnv Intimations from Ho- '"! "x Jou right In a Jlff. Alwnjs have
.... ..... It with you. and use it rreoij. avoki
nnliilu thai n warrant was out wr inn Blluatt,ltes, thero Is but one I'aln-Klll
arrest of his first mate,, The Bchooner er, I'crry Davis". I'rlcc 25c. and UOc.
Real Estate Broker.
223 MERCHANT ST.
Set of 5 maps, $2.00
50 CENTS EACH
On sale at office of . . .
THE . . .
The following bicycles are now at the
Police Station and owners can have them
bv ptovlnR property and piilnK expenses
Tribune, No. 47591 Columbia, No. 8204,
Columbia. No, 61 if: EldredRe, No. 2471;
Imperial, No. 14506. - mfrtf
Art Embroidery Taught.
lessons In ART EMnROlDKItY will
1)6 given by Mrs. II. II. Williams at tho
City Furniture Store, Fort Btreet.
First Class stamping dons
4 MAS. II. II. WILf JAMS.
Property In town and suburbs
and HOUSES TO LET.
T. R. WOSSMAN
Real Estate Agent
Searcher of Title . .k
. ' Merchant street.
SfiilV Il I tl
The Angle LAmp
Another Large Shipment
of Angle Lamps.
"THE ANGLE LAMP':
TnAT nevfcR TAit
It ttmt t IncrcJ tl thit
any Uirp c utJ t good rnoush tJ
tjli4 thep cnt rJrctrlclir n n
trm ct uhl thcw hh ili
ANOLB I A. Ml' All oi t th UUnJt
rrorlt rt iStwInp jy th lr o J
uinpt inj ffp'jclne them with this
Ump, n(t mrfely tecu II cott
itout onUfith i much tomjin
tiln (ct I no object to w p -rl)
but biIJ btlnj: Infinitrlv
cheaper, It li mrrt brilliant inJ
morrrrlUMff Inttw Urjraln It U
rtla(lnn t'irryon whotwitt.
ar J tiipply Jmon'rat that th
tJfahlonJ lamp wit a bttbar
never tmukt-s smelt or civet any
trouble It llflitej anJ rxtlnguHheJ
ft enlly rn. anJItlhe IJa
McMIr m ettry ttanjpulnt W
carry ine lampt irom Ji So up
STAND AJfllltAHDljWS imbiwahe
AOtNTS fOli Sirrll-j LuhrlotlnEOIIt 'Jrlrho Alun Cfmjnl PotllinJ Cmtnl Cl.nl Powltr
t'kki H.liu Melting, Jjoch. HirN r Llm. c Srw Mom bmlnc Machine. anJ I'jn-Am.rlcai Hjni
DbALfaK IN Aeatew.re CiUtwire CrovKrry Harnril.SalJIf i anJ trath.il. Kuet. Dm. Uf 1-
Irunkt. aiu, Maitlnes. ale. Llnolrumi I'owJcr anJ Car C,nqral HarJw.r and plantation
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m. m. . . . . A . 8
ine i neatricai reason
Opens on March 5th. We are especially prepared g
to mane to oruer exclusive uesins in
OUR KTOCK OP
f Coiffures for the Hair, Rhine
k ments, New Sailor Hats with
Call and Be Convinced.
The M. E. K1LLEAN CO., Ltd.
ARLINGTON IILOCK. IIOTIIL STREET.
A NEW LINEJUSrnECEI:Eq0
Gold Pillcd.Spectaclc Frames
Just tlie thing for this climate.
H. G. BIART,
IEWELER, 1010 TORT ST.
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