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TUlfi EVENING BULLli'lIK: HONOLULU, B. I., JUNE 24, 1899.
"We don't promise you more than we can give you,
But we give you all that we promise."
Commencing on Monday Morning next,
we shall offer some SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS
"Silk and Dress Goods Departments."
4S52 i& 5 & YVolinvo just received sonio of tlio "CHOICEST XOVBLTIBS OF 3 HE SEASON," Whilo tlicy arc High Class in
every respect, avo shall otter them at prices that cannot fail to plcaso you.
HERB ARE A FEW OF THEM:
48 inch Silk Mulls at (50o per yard, all colors. Pure- Silk Eivnch Taffetas at 75e per yard, all colors. Pancy Pronch Tattetas at 1.00, 1.25 and 1.50 per vard.
18-inch Uncrushablo Grenadines. All-Wool Orepons at 75c, S5c, $1 00, 1.25 and 1.50. All-Wool Serges in Black and Navy Bluo at 50o per yard.
Cashmeres and Nun's Veilings in all colors. Printed English Lawns at 10c per yard. Ginghams at 5c, 7c, 10c, 12ic and 15c per yard.
lVff z$ WE SHALL ALSO PLACE ON SALE 2,000 dozen Narrow Valenciennes Lace, from 25c to $2.00 per doz. fj &"
N. S. SACHS DRY GOODS COMPANY, LIMITED,
a3Sa3 Title 3Feo-ple's iro'viclex'js. e:6S
Agents for R. & G. and G. D. Corsets, and the Celebrated Chicago Waists.
f FOR SATURDAY SADNESS
It's not tlio fault of tbo Hawai
ian Tramways Company that its
drivers arn not fined for overload
ing the cars. Tbo Metropolitan of
London, ono of whoso drivers
was lately fined for an excess of
thiro pa6SougerB, is rnpnted to be
tbo principal owner of the Hawai
ian frenk. Loudon won't stand
any monkey business from com
mon carriers. Honoluludoes stand
it. There all tbo trouble lies.
Appearances aro deceitful. A
legal lipht, member of the Cham
bor of Commerce of Hilo, was'de.
tainrd in tho courtbouso from h
meotiog of that body. Ho faw tho
ball aglare with elpctric effulgence.
Tho baritone cadences of animated
debate iilbd his ears. After the
gab was exhausted and tho glim
cxtiufuielud tho absentee, nioet.
ing one wl o bod participated in
the conclave, haid: "Well, jou
bavo bad a load timo. What wws
done ? " Laconic came the reply,
Solomon said, "Jcalouny i8 the
rago of a man." Ho might have
added, "It is tho doJgasted fool
maker of a man, likewiee."
President McKinley will probab
ly ECtd a regiment of lawyers to
these iBlondH to suppress tho in
surrection of tho "inchoato" an
It is too comical for anything
to require the meat illiterate
voters to be able to read and ex
plain any nrticlo of tho Coustitn
tion, when one of tho fundament
al principles of constitutional
government is that only the
bigbest judges mny oxplain the
Constitution. Nothing could be
even more groleEquoly cruel, un
less it wore to require a voter to
explain an Advertiser editorial
Nover rcpoat anything of ira
-nortanco that you hoar, unless you
aro propored to swear to its truth
in open court. This would bo an
effectual ouro for gossip distompor
to anybody who sbould take it,
but tlio rulo is utterly futilo and
foolish for thu simplo renson that
there's not n man, womau or child
that breatho who can obsoive it a
single day. When David said in
his haste that nil mon wero liars,
ho didu't menu that anyono made
his own lie. Thero ware more
middlemen and retailors than
mauufucturers of tho product.
According to tbo papers, tho
Waxhington light haBbi-ou adopt
ed for tho Diamond Head boaenn
Some pooplo think that would not
bo a bad sort of light for illumin
ating tho Executive and Judiciary
"Call louder 1" was tho ndraoni
tary yell from a bleacher to the
umpire. "Shut up," retorted the
national game jurist; "I'm not
playing bawl toilay.
People at tho theater who pass ro
marks on others in a foreign tongue
tniuht discover sometime, tint one
of tho FubjectB has a foreign ear
And if perebnneo the Faid re
marks uio not stiictly complimen
tary, the remaiker may receive a
foreign decoration in the oyo.
That man iB n false alarm in any
learned profession, who, failing to
win popularity, makes a deoilsct
after notoriety. Ho id of tho kind
that has no neo for legitimato ad
vertising, but cnu porform uot
oven very ordinary functions of
his calling without rnbbor-nrck
ing for a "repawrter."
ToDiiisr "Why is thot tree
crown so much in these ic lands ?
It has no fruit and is uot orua
montal." Kamaaina "Oli, it's raised for
its bark. Unices good fiber for
tapa cloth." .S
TooniBT "H'm h'm ! Guess
tlio dogs I eeo nround the market
are also raised for their bark."
Pantographs are largely
used as a source of amuse
ment by young and old while
they guide the unskilled hand
in malting enlarged drawings
from smaller pictures by a
mechanical process. KING
BROS., have them for sale.
110 Hotel street.
COMPLIMENTS FOR FIGHTERS
Wasumgton, Juno 11. oiaior
General 1 rank Footo, command
ing tbo first battalion of tho Wyo
ming Infantry, roports iu detail
the action of February 4, C, and G.
Tho battalion was in hard fighting
at that timo and acquitted itself
creditably. Major Foote in closing
" It would bo impossible for me
to designnto any particular oflicor
or onuated man for special men
tion, as ovory man of my command
was rendy and moro than willing
to do everything he was called on
to do regardless of huogeror want
Major Carroll H. Porter, com
manding tho Fourteenth Infnutry
roports tho movements of that
regiment from February -1 to Feb
ruary 15. This regiment advanced
to San Pedro Macati. Tho Debt
ing was severe all along the lino.
Captain Murphy's advance, says
Major Potter, is deserving of great
credit and be should bo rewarded .
Ho adds: "It was duriug tbia ad
vhuco that tho nullaut Lieutenant
Mitchell fell, having received a
mortal wound from which ho died
February 7. Tho last words of
this bravo and exceptionally fine
ofilcer on thu battlofield wero:
'Forward men. Advnnco don't
mino me.' Worda cannot express
the cool behavior and fenrless oou
duct of both oflicorH and mon of
tho Fourteenth Infn'itry during
i d - i .i .
The following id n list of impor
tations per OSS Mariposa: fit)
C8 brandy, 4 cs saddlory, 21 c
Blliritg. 100 ca OIliniH IP. hln hinp
2 C8 accordeone, 123 cs cogcao, 170
cs potatoes, 18 bis Backing 1 cs
capsules, 0 C3 frames, 11 bxs
limes, 1 cs picture, 88 drapery, GO
ch tea, I ca effects, 5 cs electric
lamps, x cs nooks, iiu cs clwuu
nacno. 2(10 cs aonura. Ifi2 p.a olnnu
2 rams, 2 dogs' 13 mdse, 3 trees
iiuu iiuuj, vjuiiaiyuuuB us muows;
aiaciariano iv; uo, n a iJexter,
holders of tlirnnnli Iitb. V, TTnO1.
Boblaeger, H May & Co, J H Vi
car, B W Jordan, B Lichtig. Or
der: W G Irwin & Co, Geo An
drpws, P G Caraarinos, H E Mo-
m 9 m
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