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.11 WKiii.i l.i . II I- aiUMIAt, AI'llll. IPO I
SS. lew Dress Goods
Larjje and beautiful assortments of new weaves and colors
unassailable reliability prices that cannot b: Ignored by
those of a saving turn three Illustrations from hundreds :
Camel's Hair Plald, 56 Inches wide, I i.ai per yard
Camel's Hair Plaids, 46 " 1.00 "
Camel's Hair Plaids, 42 " 75c "
SPRING SHOWING OF
Unstinted praise of our Spring Millinery exhibit Is heard from every
one. The reason wonderful collection of the creations of the best
European and American modistes and our own designers, besides this
advantage here no two hats alike every purchaser has our positive
assurance that the style she selects Is exclusive. Further, we ha e
made the prices as Interesting as the assortment.
Untrlmmed Millinery, Chiffon lint, Flowers
A grind display of the choicest novelties positively lowest priced-
White Dress Goods h .
All the Popular
f?i Weaves. W
Dimities, Swls$, Organdies,
Lawns, Muslins, Etc., Etc., at' (
Temptingly Low Prices
Colored Dimities too in the latest .patterns
19 l-2c, 15c, 30c per-ynrd
White and Black Freich Organdies
50c pep yard.
Satin finished, all
linen, 2,S yds wide
$1 00, $2.00 (per yard
40 Inches wld:,
00c per yard
45 Inches wide,
05c per yard
N. S. Sachs Dry Goods Co.,
TlieLight That NeverRils
Another Large Shipment
01 Angle tamps,
"THE ANGLE LAMP"
THAT NIVER FAILS.
It weni atmott Incitl tie that
any Uoip coutJ b good tnotfeh 10
Mm me pi 01 eitcincitr on evn
term, yet such It lh cam lth tht
angle lamp. All over tht Ulin.lt
roplt art thfowln ay their od
mr ana rrpuanc
lamp, not merely tecaus It coits
pout onMentn at much to main
tain (cost K no object to aomt pi
r) but, bUi bilnjc Infinitely
cheaper. It li more brilliant and
mort reliable In the bargain It la a
revelation to every out who umi it.
and t Imrly demon urates that tha
otd-tashlontd lamp was a barbar
ous contrivance. IHKASOLU LAMP
never smokei, smells or gives any
uuuDie. 11 unied anj rx(inuisnCJ
as easily as eai, and Is the Idea
light Irtm avery standpoint Wa
carry ihest lamps Irom Si .&j up.
T. II. Dawes & Co., Ltd.
AGENTS FOR Sl.rlln. Lufcrif.tlnrOlli. Cl.rlohat. Alwn Count. Pnttt.ni r.m.nt. f.l.n, PA.4..
Dlclu Bil.u Uclllnt, Rxh. H.ibor lira. C New Hum. Staring Machines tnl I'in-Amirlcin Mini
HOUSE DOES WORK
Attorney J. M. Davidson, limn ntnt a
petition In Circuit Court mtnliiit I.tilln
(w) asking 2t)00 a ilamnRi-a for forcl
lil ejectment. Th rpctltlun alleges
that on March II. ilo'mdnnt entered
the bonne nf the pl.ilntlrfs on Lllllia
itrret nnil forcibly mt the. fntnlly Into
the street, tn their grot Iiim, mental
rllstrru mid nnRiiUh.
Ill tho divorce nit 1 1 of Sam Moo vs.
Olinnr (J11011, n temporary Injunction
by JiuIkx lliiiiiphrcyii. restraining tu.
defendant from IntcrfcrltiK with the
plaintiff In nny mnnner wlintctcr.
Office 'Phone, 390
CHICAGO POST HOLD.
At the Short Session
Held Last Saturday
VERY LITTLE DEBATE CblraRo. March 30.-The Chicago
it iti uric ., ,nWEn !Evpm"E loat wn l0'wv "oul "' '' "
AT ALL WAS ALLOWED Kohlsanl to n companv headed ly 3.
C. Slinffcr of Iiwinstmi, who will b
president nnd pulilUher of the paper. Vny .l navnr
Queen LlUuokalani Substitute Pension Barauc! r- c;lmcr- f,or Feu'ral " I " "'..
I1IUUUKIUH l-unui ui ilia l'u,vi, wi . .Hail VTIIU II.
The publication, which villi be
known hereafter nil "The Chicago
Post" will appear each day In an en
tirely different form. The pages will
be reduced one-linlf from the present J
size but Increased In number from
afternoon, House bill 70, prorldlng for lght to sixteen.
the use of English or Hawaiian In Clr- The Chicago Post. It Is announced,
cult Courts, came up for second read- wilt make a feature of financial news,
Ing. The Representatives seemed In no but villi "prcseiu nlljhie news of valuo
mood to allow debate, ro they started to Ita readers and will continue to take
In with a rush, shutting off Dickey by especial Interest In tho literary, educa
moving the previous question and tlonal. reformatory and social life of
passing It on Ita second reading. , Chicago." The paper will be strongly
House bill 73. repealing section of Republican In politic.
tho Civil Laws, relating to 01 an Keser-
vatlon, passed Its second reading and
was laid over until Monday.
...... at tint
HAWAIIAN TOBACCO CO., Ltd.,
Ccirnur Aluruhtint Mint Niiiiiimi MIh..
iiImo HOTI3L. ST.. tppiMltuJHothcl.
Works 'Phone, 389.
SaVe YOlir Wife Many Steps by Installing
A House Telephone from
Bill Passes First Reading
Senate Extortion Bill Passes
v Second Reading.
When the House convened Saturday
Upstairs to Kitchen,
House to Servants' Quarters,
House to Stable, Etc.
We will install two 'phones complete under a jjuarantee at a price well,
you cannot afford to be without them.
The Hawaiian, Electric Co., Ltd.,
House bill 74, relating to auditing
OREGON LUMHER RATES.
Tacoma, Wash., March 30. A meat-
public accounts, passed second read. InB of tho board of directors of the Pa-,
tng and was laid over until Monday. ,cln C,oal Lumbcr Manufacturers As-
buciumuu, itJKt-iutrr wiin ii-jmi-wi'iiua"
House bill 72, amending section 837 ,...,, . ,. . x..mUtmm A..
of the Civil Lawa of 1897, passed sec- eoclntlon an(, Bolhwe3tcrn Washing-
Ond reading. , I.nmirnii.n, A.nlntlnn. wim helil
House bill CC, repealing certain sec- here yesterday,
tlons of f ho Sessions Uwi of 1892 ilie most Important nctlon taken
passed second reading. wnB the decision to advance the price
Dickey naked If this was the last day of lumber for Hastcru shipments II
of the session. Aklna Informed' Him per thousand, owing to tho high prlca
that there were twentyytwo moro days, of logs prevailing at present,
but this day was the first ono on which The rules governing tho grading of
tho House over got down to work. lumlAr for the mil trade were adopted,
Home bill 77, amending certain sec- and those for cargoes were deferred un
tlons of tho Session Laws of 1892, was til, tho next meeting.
referred to tho Judiciary Committee.
House bill 49, relating to Queen Llll
uokalant's pension, came up for sec
rmtMktulk'a nl.atUiiln lilll salllnv
aside 1150.000 In a lump sum wa. also ,hl ovcnlnR- banning at 7:30 o'clock:
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. my-. m'X
Cmma Squurc Music.
The band will play the following se
lcctlonH at a concert In Emma Sqttara
Overture Light Cavalry Suppa
Selection A Runaway Girl (by re
The Angle LAmp
,ALS0iABnyAO0D S10CK OF HAMGBKi
UbALbKb IN Aeitfwrt, CUtswArt. Croviery, Hirneti, SJJIct an! Lcithtrt, Rugs, Brass Del
, Trunks, Vallsi, Mattlnjs, Safes, Linoleums Powder and Caps, General Hardware ani Plantation
WELL WORDED WANTS IN
Is f-Cammtn'ded to hnilH no i
.wmwt'-t--: .i. ...'.",
Weak &td (WPk'UiaAtPii anti nMHii'c,..,,...1..!
.--- .-" "-I-.IV HI VUHVVl 4VU U."I-'U
SMmziwrnM j? t.u
FOR SALE EVERYWHERE
Grass Lihens in All Colors.
6niultil Wood Doxch. Ponjiee SIIKh
l'' ( ifnlkmeii'i Suits anj alio In IlKliter welxhtt.
MIMCIIAN r TAILOR, A large variety of clolln nude un In the
QOO T4Z1TXX. II 10 Nuuunu St.
?Li i ' .. '
Till? l V UNI NOIIIi T I N
TJII1- yi.UIISr HAWAIIAN DAILY I'AI'lilt
A p(0ktK I)M miWIHHJ M ! J M 4
read. The bill passed Itr first reading
and was ordered printed.
House, bill S7, relating to vacancy in
Ilia rHA nf flr,(t lllflvna .fimA lift
for secon,; reading Tho Judiciary Cornet Solo-Kleanor
Commltteo report advising that tho hill
pass, was read. The report was adopt
ed and the bill laid over until Monday.
House bill 71, regulating gambling,
was referred to the Public Lands Com
mittee. Scnato bill 30. relating to tho ap
pointment of bailiffs for certain courts
nnfifted Its second readlmr. '
Dickey claimed that passing a bill on
Its second reading without referring It
to n committee, was out of order. The
chair ruled against hlmy
Robertson wished to amend the bill
by striking out tho section fixing tho
bailiffs' salaries. Tho motion waa lost
and the bill passed Its recond reading.
Senate bill 33, protctlne laborers
from ,xtortlon, passed Its second read
ing and was laid over until Monday.
' Kckaula Introduced u resolution ask
ing Jf700 for Bchoolhouses, etc.. In
Kau. Referred to Committee on edu
cation. He also asked for $5000 for
road Improvements In North Kolinla.
Tho resolution was tabled.
Tho Ho'uro then adjourned amid a
storm of objections and challenges
against tint vote.
JUDGE HUMPHREYS DENIES
INJUNCTION PRAYED FJR
Tavish Family Sues for $2000 for
Ejectment from Their Home
on Liliba Street in a
In tho "tunnel" iasj of tho Walluku
Sugar Company vs. tho Hawaiian Com
nivrrlul & Sugar Co., Judgo Humphrey
made an oral decision Suturday
dviiylng tho Injunction prayed for,
Petition for Judgment for tho sum of
If'.'lUO:., has lii'un ' lllrd by
V. II. Ilroolt attorney for Yung llow,
.s. I.wiiik Hum und llio O.ihu HtiHar
Co, Karulsheo, Tliu milt Is for Koods
I'rtlllOll to sell rt'U i-sIiiIh wuv tiled
li- John I'usitlily, Knnrdlun nf M, A.
Itoljerlsou, uu lusuiio pei noii, Hnlurduy
Notli'v In plan) niiiaii mi Ihn (iilriidur
of I liu Huriimi Court Iiiih liieil llh'd
In ihu i u m Jmni'it J, liriiu vh. I',
J, Voller mi I'li'ipllon from lliu Cir
Ollvu- Tmv(Ii mid Uvtu TuvUb. Iy
(a) Pill Aono (b) Mnhlna Mala
malama (c) Ala lllkl Mai (d)
Miss Kelllaa and Mrs. Alapat.
Selection Popular Melodies. . .Kappey
Patrol Mount Guard Kllenliern
Waltz Makeo Island v.... Merger
March Man Ilehlnd tho nun....Sousa
Tho Star Spangled Banner,
ARRB8T OF ADMIRAL MELLO.
New York, March 20. A dispatch
from tho Herald's correspondent In
Jllo Janeiro sa)s that Admiral de Pro-
vlnclu. governor of Cobras Island, In
formed Admlial Mello that the Gov
ernment set him nt liberty and ordered
lilm to go immediately to Amazonas,
where, he would rccetvo further Instruc
tions regarding a speclil mission. Ad
mlral Mello refused to go without
knowing his real destination and wa
thereupon arrested for disobedience.
BIG LINER LAUNCHED.
Stettin, March 30. Tho twln-scrow
gtenmer Cron I'rlnz Wllllnm, of 15,000
tons register, belonging to tho North
German Lloyd Steamship Company,
was launched hero this morning In
the presence of Crown l'rlnco Frederick
Mollncux Ciibc Atjnln,
New York, March 30. District Attor
ncy Phllliln said last that ex-Senator
David II. Hill had been retained by him
to present tho arguments for tho prose
cution when the Mullneux cuso Is laid
before tho Court of Appeals.
Lute Hugnr Mnkct.
New York, March 30. Sugar Haw,
firm; fair refining, 3 17-32c; centri
fugal 9fl test, 1-32 to 4 1-iCc; molas-
boh sui;nr, 3 9-32 to 3 S-lUc, llellned,
firm; crushed, 5,75c; iiowdered, 5.35c;
It Ih a Ileal l'leimur.. In us to speak
faturubly of I'AIN-KII. Ullt. known al
most universally to ho n good and )(''
leuiedy for buriiH and other pains of
tint body It Is vnlmililfi not only for
colds In winter, but for vat lima nuiiiuior
(ouiiiluliiia, ami shiiiiiii im in vrerv
family. Tliu cuBually whlih dPiuunds
It may loimi iiunw.uo. -OlirUtlun Ad
vocate Avoid miUtlluti'S, tlinru U hut
umi I'ulifKlllur. Perry Davis". Pih'o
S5C, and 50o,
Tdldi it rlilv "ii i'"i I'aciiia Hulvliis
Ulnilrla llallMuy ami enjoy Ilia un.
piirpatiinl vluw of nrtan, iiiountalii and
valley, Honolulu loolm ies frnm
Paclllo lU'lKhlil, )iHllnlplUlfllU.
f J-! ,i 1
5 , .. -J :,. V. .rJrVl'--
ah ;-ri-tA, (A
j I krir-' '
m u'.ii ir.inv it i . -
ivamv. & ,,.
i m i ---.. Uflii
" If you don't uaut whiskey to get the be it of you, you' mutt get
the belt of whiikey."
" 1 do lady, but wheo a fellow's orly got a nickel he can't buy
W. C. Peacock & Co., Ltd,, SlntB.
From April 1st
to April JJOth
W. H. THONE, Proprietor.
Prizes; 1st, $15; 2nd, $10 ; 3rd, $5.
Open to the Public
MEALS AT ALL HOURS FROM 6:jo
A. At. TO 1 1 P. M. hUROI'LAN PLAN.
a New Lot of . . .
Key West and
Beaver Lunch Rooms.
H. J. NOLTE.
G. A. 6R0TE
Merchant -:- Tailors
Cleaned nnd Repaired
RUST ClASS WOHK GUAHANTIilt
liin Sj. jie nrjlotei ucxi
'I he olluwlni! hlf yclei ire now at the
Pnll Ivt illnn -iiil nionin -t It iu lli.i..
M. M1HIIWI ! 1Ml MI MT lllflll
by nriivlnitproirrtyaiid p4yliiK ixptnwi
lrL "if, m 47501 Cohmitil.i, No, Bjoji
ColuiiiliU. No, 01 ifj lilJnJur, N. Wl
IrnperMI, No, Mfo6, 7ifr
HAWAII LAND CO.
Capltal Stock - - $100,000.
Capital, paid up, . $48,860
W. O. Achl Preililnnt A Mn?er '
M. K. Nkuln... Vice President
J. Maluhui .Troiuurer
Enoch Johukon BocreUrr
Geo, L, DculiB Audltoi
BOARD OF DIRECTORS:
J. W. Blplkine.
The above Company will buy, leue,
or sell UnJj In all pert, of tho Hawaiian
lalanda; and also baa hoiue. tn the City
of Houolulu tor rent. 1489-yl
W. C. ACHI & CO.
Brokers & Dealers
tW Wa will Bn or Ltli Bai SiUUIa
all naita ol ih. mmnn.
t We will Bell Preputial on Baoa
OFFICE. 10 West King Streei
Real Estaie Broker
223 MERCHANT ST.
Property In town and suburbs
and HOUSES TO LET.
T. R. MOSSMAN
Real Estate Agent
Searcher ol Title . .
Large tract of hnj tltiuted In Nuuanu
Villry, Honolulu. rnnmlnliiK 10 acres,
more or Irs, and linown si the Nuuanu
Pall h.ilooii premlin, wltli IhiIIJIiik and
around culilvaied with fnilt Irres, etc,
., Apply to A, O, COIIUBA,
l?o If nKujhuiiuimSt.
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