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THJS EVENING BULLRTIN: HONOLULU, H. I., TnUTtSDAY, MAY 10, 1()0.
Baldwin Celery Soda
Headache, Nervousness and
Pleasant and Refreshing
sole .a. a- :eit a
FORT AND HOTEL STS.
lMumiamamra?rammrallTli6 Ocean View Cafe
Hotels and Restaurants.
THE ORPHEUM CAFE
Only White Help Kmployed
The Best Meal
The Best Service
In the City
:: At Popular Prices ::
8QTMEALS AT..ALL HOURS: A la
carte or Table D'Hote.
Boer Women Send
Plea to We ster Davis
HONOLULU DRUG GO.
HAVE THE FINEST LINE OF MEDIUM-PRICED
OIIft &1P: SAPi
ON THE ISLANDS:
Wrestley's CarbMIc Toilet 50 cen's a box
Becneu's Girbollc Toilet ..60 cents a box
Colve t's Carbolic Toilet Co cents a box
Roval, In Honey, Oatmejl and Glycerine 40 cents a box
Daily Qneen, a fine soap 25 cents a box
Bjlsaam Tolu 1; cents a box, two for 2; cents
In French Toilet Soap, we have Violet tie Palma, Peau D'Espagne, Jockey
Club, Heliotrope at Co cents per tox
Honolulu DrugCo., Von S"..
W Ottmm hi' open'd the premises at
the end of the carllne Walklkl as an
UP-TO-DATE ICE CREAM PARLORS
TEA, and COFFEE, SANDWICHES
-: LIGHT REFRESHMENTS :-
rved at all REASONABLE HOURS.
Private parlors and every convenience fot
the comfort of vlsltors.l '
WE OFFER YOU THE
Best -5c. Cigar
lii uu had for the money.
CLOSING OUT ALL OUIt DOMKSTK
WH1W Yl BE1HE WA1 f
Drink inirr water. The famous anJ sDarkllnc ?!
3T oifcLenixxxs "Water,
"KING Or- lABLb WAIEK5,"
Is a natural, sparkling and exhlleratlnj table water, undented, and pos
sess iik sufficient meatcinil qualities to maite 11 universally used,
peclally b-neficil for sufferers from
DYSPEPSIA, RHEUMAIISM AND SLEEPLESSNESS.
I ry a sample uozen or case. -
W. C. Peacock & Co.,-Ltd.,
Distributing Agents. 4
Beaver Lunch Rooms
FAMILY - LUNCH - ROOMS
At the olJ stand
WOMAN'S EXCHANGE B'LD'G.
Hack Stand No. ail
Say I do you know where 1 can get
good carriage? Buret At the Hawa
Man Hotel Carriage Co.. corner Hot'
and Richards streets. TeL 12. NoU
Ing but Oral claaa carriages and u
St. Louis, May 2. Tho couespond-
end of tho Republic, writes tho follow
ing to his paper:
"Webster Davis, until recently As
sistant Secretary of tho Interior, has
received from tho t'nltcd States Consul
at Lourcnzo Marque, tho following In-1
tcrcstlng letter, written to tho Con
sul's Wlfo by Mrs. Kcltz, thn wife of
the Secretary of State for the South
'"Pretoria, March 11, 1000.'
" 'Many things have happened sine?
1 wrote to you Inst. Wo did not mind
losing Ladysmlth and Klmborh'y
much, but wo nro very sorry nuotit
Cronjc. W.0 know him to bo a bravo
man and wo all prayed God that it
might please Him to restore him and
his burghers to us. 'iuo President
asked the peoplo to pray for him on
thrco successive nights and which wc
hoped that ho might fight his way out.
Will God utterly forsake us? Perhaps
lie will still hear us In Ills own good
time. Wo ennnot turn back now and
wc do not mean to. May God have
mercy on us.'
"'I see In today's paper that 51,000
more troops arc coming. Tho outlook
Is certainly not bright now. I mipposo
you have heard that linden-Powell nt
Mnfeklng threatened to send armed
Knillrs to Invade the RiiBtcnburg ami
...nrlce districts if wc did not withdraw
our forces before the 3d of March ami
he has actually done so. Our General
warned him that ho would liavo o
take tho consequences. Khamas Kaffirs
arc well armed and cruel beyond words
to women ami children. Tho men thero
arc mostly nway on commando. Eng
lish officers with cannon arc leading
tho Knfllrs. You know that they tried
this experiment beforo and how they
themselves had to ncknowlcdgo how
completely the Knfllrs got out of hand.
I heard today how two women wcro
"If God means tho nngllsh to crush
us, our poor people, I do not think they
will find many men left. Wo do not
fear the gicat number of Kngllah
troops they cannot shoot; but It Is
the cannon we can do so little against.'
" 'Will, your peoplo not help us?
Perhaps your Government will not let.
them. I shall pray God night and day
thnt Ho mny movo the heart of your
President and lay such words In tho
mouth of Webster Davis as will go
home to tho people of America to make
them listen to the cries of the little
children that arc being murdered hero
by a big and strong mnn, as our Presi
dent expressed It.' "
Following aio tho results of yester
day's preliminary sets of tennis on th'
Pacific nnd llcrctanln Tennis glub
Ucrctanla 11. V. llcnrdm'oro vs. O. F.
Wilder, Deardmorc wins by default; A.
L. Castlo vs. C. II. W. Norton, Castlc
wins by default; Donald Ross vs. J. F.
Cooke, Hops win 0-1, C-2; P. M. Lanp
dalo vs. K. 11. Paris, Lansdalo wins;
4-C, C-4, C-2.
Pacific W. II. Habbltt vs. O. T. Ir
vine. Ilabbltt wins by default; W. H.
Habbltt vs. S. Hoffmann, Rabbit wins;
S. G. Wilder vs. J. Watcrhouse, Wil
der wins, C-0, 4-C, C-l; A. T. Drock vs.
II. M. Mott-Smlth. Ilrock wins C-l, C-'J;
K. R. Adams vs. G. Fuller, Adams win
The following matches arc scheduled
for this nftcrnoon:
4 p. m. Donald Ross vs. F. Ather
ton, winner to play A. T. Ilrock on
"nrrfnln rnnrtq nt . m.; II. F.
Ucardmoro vs. 8. G. Wilder.
tj p. in. W. ti Uabuiit -vs.
Lansdalc; A. L. Castlo vs.
BOARDING AND LIVERY
Amcrlcnnn Were Killed
Manila, May 2. Tho American gar
rison at Catublg, Island of Snmar, con
sisting of thirty men belonging to the
4.1(1 Regiment has been attacked by
Twenty of tho Americans wcro kill
ed. The remainder were rescued.
ThomriH Squnrc Altmlc.
Tho band will play the following se
lections nt a concert In Thomas
Square this evening, beginning nt 7:30
Overture "Light Cavalry" .... Suppo
March "Salute to Honolulu" ..Mastcn
Grand Selection "Martha" .'. Flotow
Four Songs (Ily request)
(a) "Like Lehua," "Pua Plkaka,"
Miss J. Kclllna.
(b) "niua no Maua," "Ho Inllcl."
Mrs. N. Alapal.
Medley "Tho Winner' Mackio
March "Captain Ucrger" Smith
Waltz "Love's Old Sweet Song".
March "Tho Man Behind tho Gun"
(by request) Sousa
"Tho Star Spangled llanncr."
Bocr-H Shells llnrmlcHH.
Thabanchu, Tuesday, May 1. The
Rocrs have thrco guns on tho hill to
the eastward of this place, outside tho
rango of tho Ililtlsh artillery. Tho
Boer shelling Is not doing any damage.
Tho enemy retain their positions nnd
the British arc not attempting to dis
General Hamilton, by reaching Hout
ney after a full day's fighting, secured
the Thabanchu-BIoemfontclu road..
The ever popular Kalnlcr beer Is be
coming a household vord and "will
you have a glass of beattle," Is more
often heard than anything olse. Tb
Criterion Saloon has the boor on tap or
On account of changing the brands of
fine stationery and closing out odd
stock, which, by tho way. Is as good
as tho best, tho Golden Rule Baiaar
have put prices to tho bottom It will
nay to look this up, whether you need
stationery now or not.
Riga Edit lo any part of tho
TEL. BLACK 141.
HACKS -AT -ALL -HOURS
Architects, Contractors and Builders.
Jobbing : Pwnintly : AM'H'IpiI ; To.
WA1. T. 1'AiY,
Contractor and Builder.
Stor and Offlte Flttlnr.
Plmi.nJ Ettlmitti hitnuhei.
Hrte I St eet. n.ir Reretanla.
O. a.Howaw, J.
HOWA11D & TRAIN,
Suit, 7. Modtt Block. HONOLULU. OAHU. H I,
P. O. Bo joj. Ttltphont Sg
H. L. KERR & CO.v
Architects and Builders
Room 1 n-it,
: PROGRESS BLOCK".
Go W. Pact
F. W. DtiU.lce
P. O. Dox tit
ISBARDSLEE & PAGE
Architects & Builders
Office: Rooms 2-4, Arlington Annex,
Honolulu, H. I.
Sketches and Correct Estimates furnish
at Short Notice. 1441
OF ALL KINDS,
Dealers in Lumbor and OomI.
ALLEN & ROBINSON,
QnAn RtrAt. Honolulu
m NEW IMPORTATION DIRECT FROM NEW YORK.
Ths latest novelties in Wool, Silk and Wool and
Camel's -hair Dress Goods m plain c 'lors, plaids,
stnpes, two toned effects, Wool Galeatea sunintjs,
bbadler Fancies Ascol Suitings, Chelsea Crepon,
(Mandatory Fancies; all tbe newest the market atlords
iii suitings, with a splendid line of gimps, pajsamen
tenes, plain and fancv colored braids in black, white
and colors, for trimming;.
A complete assortment of Ginghams, from the well
known Nelson Ginghams, at t" yards for $1.00, up
to Genuine Scotch Z pnyrs at 2$ ants a yard, inter
mediate prices beiiiij 10j, 12Jc, 1 Jc, 6 yards $1.00,
A 2-inch printed lawn, in all sorts of colors and
patterns to please everybody, 18 yards for $1.00.
A new 27-inch printed corded Lawn in neat designs
and pretty cobrings, at 14 yards for $1.00.
A new 27-inch printed corded cotton goods in light,
dark and medium colors, 10 yards $1.00.
Plain Colored French Organdies.
A complete assortment of all the most desi-able
evening -hades of PLAIN COLORED FRENCH
ORGANDIES at 25c. a jard.
A new printed fabric, barred, fine and sheer 3 1
in. wide white they last 2ijc a yard.
Real French Organdies.
A carefully selected lot of REAL FRENCH
ORGANDIES, a small line only, but eacli one
prettier than the other, fine and sheer, dainty
colorings, 31 inches wide, we are selling at 2c. a
Mandarin and Neptune Ducks.
A printed cotton duck in both light and dark colors,
very durable, 8 yard $1.00.
English Satin Twills.
A new 'cotton fabric in plain colnrs and printed, a
very strong and durable giods, ju-t t thin ior boys'
wejr. or any other wear whire hard service is req aird.
6 yards for $1.00.
Is another strong, durable cotton goods, in colors,
which we are selling at 8 yards for $1.00.
A 28-inch white dimity in hair line':, cords and
checks will be found, we believe, to be very cheap
at 7 yds. for $1 OO.
A new ) i -inch printed wash gojds at 6 yds.
An endless assortment to choose from in all that
is newest in dimities at prices ranging from i2
cts. to k cts., ( yards $1.00 and 2octs. a yard.
sp Besides the above there is an endless assortment of WASH GOODS to choose from,
too numerous to mention but which we will be pleased to show.
Of embroideries, laces, plain and fancy braids, and thousand and one things used in trimming
wash goods, we have an enviable supply.
B. F. EHLERS & CO.,
I 3(.. 1 ,
H lf V. V.'