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TUB EVENING BULLETIN! HONOLULU, II. I., TIHHSDAY, OCTODER- aj, tyx
N. S. Sachs Dry Goods Co.,
JOBBERS AND RETAILERS.
We have bought by private
contract, for two bits on the
dollar, the entire stock of Sch
weitzer & Co., wholesale dry
goods dealers of San Francisco,
and shall place same on sale
on Monday next and following
days at unheard-of prices.
This will be by far
and most important sale
ever helcTin Honolulu, and
to take advantage of our offerings will
regret it as long as they live.
We desire to call your attention to a
few of the leaders :
A fine assortment of Feather
Stitch Braids in white and
colors Regular price 12c.
Our Price 4 pieces for 2?c.
In large varietv ; will be sold
out at 10c each
Q. D. Corsets,
And other makes ; must be
cleared r ut at, - 50c per pair
Children's Sumrqer Waists
Aust go at 10c each ; regular
A fine line of Ladies' Drop
Stitch Hose, in black or white,
at 3 pairs fop 50c
$? ifc ifc ? These are only a few of
the many specials you will find on dis
play. Call and, see us; it
Ns 8s Sachs Dry Goods Co.,
THE PEOPLE'S PROVIDERS.
A nice variety of Window
Scrims and Curtain Nets; will
go at 10c a yard
Hooks and Eyes, Regular
price 2jc. per box.
Our price today 10c. per bx
Bone Casing 5c per piece
Needles 5c per packet of 2$.
Pins 5c. a sheet or 6 for 2 Jc.
A small lot of Boys' Blouse
Waists, will be closed out
at 15c each
A large assortment of Shell
and Amber Hair Pins. Regu
lar price 1 jc. a c-.rd of 12. Our
price today 3 car is for 2?c.
A large assortment of Black
Cream and White Laces matk-
d at prices that will make
go. Laces that are wonh ?0c ,
our price 0 ly 10c.
of dry goods
A little lot of men's Umbrel
las will be closed out at $0c.
each. Just one-third the regu
Gents and Ladies 'Neck-ties.
Bows, Four-in-hands, Bat-
wings, and Puffs in a variety
of colors and designs. All to
be sold at 10c. and 15c, each.
We are offefing a Corset
Cover for 50c that we have
sold 2,000 of at 85c each.
Are an item we would have
you examine. You will find
every desirable kind in our
stock, and at the right prices
Data Compiled by Labor
Tells the Story.
INCREASE IS STEADY
UNDER REPUBLICAN RULE
Reached Lowest Point Under Cleveland's
Administration Wages Now
Average Higher Than Any
Washington, Oct. 14. Carroll D.
Wright, Commissioner of Labor, has
Issued a bulletin gUlnir a summary of
data In a previous publication on
"Trusts and Industrial Combinations,"
showing the rate of wiges In various
occupations for a period extending
back In most cases from the present
year to 1891. The data was secured
directly from the pay rolls of estab
lishments In all sections of the country.
The Information pertains to US estab
lishments, representing twenty-six In
dustries and 192 occututlcms. Those
Items for which data for the wholo pe
riod were not given vre excluded
from consideration In the summary.
All the data Included, except those for
mining, relate to manufacturing Indus
tries, the data relating to steam rail
ways and street ralhvti)B having been
excluded from the Industry
The bulletin says that while the data
from which the tabto of wages was
prepared do not afford fic basis for a
strictly scientific calculation of rela
tive wages, a careful examination of
the figures lead to the billet that they
arc fairly representative and undoubt
edly approximate very closely the ac
tual conditions of tho whole country.
The summary shows n follows, tho
average of wages of 1891 being taken
as a basis and representing 100:
The bulletin concludes as follows:
"It may be stated that during the years
In which the course of wages declined
tho rates of 1891 and 1892 In many In
stances remained unchanged, and In
llko manner during the last years, In
which tho general course of wages has
been upward, the wnges In these In
stances have not, Of rourfe, responded
to the general rlso. In other Instances
tho per cent waB notably large during
tho 3 ears of depression, whllo during
the last two years of tho period tho re
verso Is true, and n much larger In
crease really took place than that Indi
cated by tho tablo. In other words,
wages In some instances thow but Ilttlo
fluctuation, Vhllo In other Instances
they aro much moro sensitive, respond
ing quickly to general conditions of
depreilon or activity. The average
condition or general level only Is shown
In tho table, and while, for tho rea
sons Btated, the fluctuations during tho
period havo not been to great as pop
ular opinion would Indicate, the figures
for 1899 and 1900 show n gratifying
average increase oter ihG conditions
of 1891 and 1892, when wages In gold
were higher than at any period In tho
history of tho country prlrr to tho pres
FIGHT CUBAN POLICIJ.
Havana, Oct. 11. At Matanzas yes
terday a Cuba npollceman Interfered
with two members of tho becond United
States Cavalry, Tho quarrel culmlnat
ed In a general fight between tho po
Ilea and soldiers, who arrived upon the
sccno simultaneously. After tho police
had Bhot Trooper Turey of Troop D,
ono other soldier and a civilian, a num
ber of troopers of Troop D tried to
break Into tho gun room to get their
weapons, but the quick action ot Cap
tain Foltz ot Troop D In forming troops
L and M In skirmish order made It Im
possible for tho excited cuvalrymcn to
Lieutenant Wlllard Is said to have
been slightly hurt while trying to quiet
tho men..Tho troops declared that they
will havo revenue, and Colonel Noyes
has ordered all , confined to barracks.
Tho feeling Is very strong between
the Cubans and cavalrymen. Tho au
thorities hero look upon tho incident
as a payday fight, but un Investigation
has been ordered.
Sliced bananas with Ico cream soda
at Ileiibon, Smith & Co.'s cool corucr
HAWAII LAND CO.
Capital, paid up,
W. O. Achl President A Manager
M. K. Nakulna..... Vloe President
J. Makalnal .Treasurer
Enoch Johnson Secretary
Geo. L. Deaha Auditor
BOARD OF DIRECTORS:
The above Company will buy, team,
or Mil lanJj In all part of the Hawaiian
Islands; and alio has bouse In the City
of Uoliolnlu tor rent. 1489-yl
W. C. ACHI & CO.,
Brokers & Dealers
tr We will Bay or (,eji Beat Estate Ir
II parts of the group.
EeT" We will Bell Properties on Baason
OFFICE. 10 Whst King Street
Real Estate Broker.
223 MERCHANT ST.
Property In town and suburbs
and HOUSES TO LET.
T. R. MOSSMAN
Real Estate Agent
Searcher of Titles . . .
J. J. WILLIAMS,
Visitors are cordially
.all and Inspect our gallery of life
size royal photos, from Kameharnehi
I. to date.
At tho Old Stand
On Fort Street ::
WE OFFER YOU THE
Best -5c. Cigar
To be had for the money.
CLOSING OUT ALL OUR DOMESTIC
Beaver Lunch Rooms
H. J. NOLTE
Star Oyster House
COKNLK TORT ANO HOTEL STS.
Steaks and Chops,
Oysters any Style.
OPEN DAY and NIGHT
H. Klemmc Proprietor
C. A. GROTE
Merchant -:- Tailors
Cleaned and Repaired
FIRST CLASS WORK GUARANTEEL
Union St. near Hotel . moo
Young St., bet. Alapal & Kaplolanl Sts.
Newly furnished rooms with board,
Also table board. Telephone n7l Blue.
Art Btnbroldery Taught.
Lessons In ART HMDROIDnnY will
bo given by Mrs. II. II. Williams at tho
City Furniture Store, Fort street.
First Class stamping dont
MKS. II. II. WILLIAM3.
Alents, Brokers and Jobber!).
H. J BALDWIN Presldtot
J.B. CASTLE...- 1st Vice-President
W. M. ALEXANI)lP...7nrl Vlo.PMont
J. P. COOKE Treasurer
W. O. SMITH Secretary and Audltot
Sugar Factors and
Hawaiian Commercial & Sugar Co,
Olaa Sugar Co.
Haiku Sugar Co.
Pala Plantation Company.
Nahlku Sugar Company.
Klhef Plantation Co.
Hawaiian Sugat Co.
Kahulul Railroad Company.
Tbe California and Oriental S. S. Ct.
W. G. Irwin & Go.
Western Sugar Refinery Co., of Bu
Ualdwln Locomotive Works, a
Philadelphia, Penn., U. 8. A.
Newell Universal Mill Co. (National
Cane Shredder), New York, U. S. A.
N. Ohlandt & Co.'s Chemical FerUll
Alex. Cross & Sons, high grade Fo
ttllzers for Cane and Coffee.
Itoed's Steam Pipe Covering.
ALSO OFFER FOR SALE
i'lirnfllno Paint Co.'s P. & D. Paint
and Papers; Lucol and Llnseeol
Oils, raw and boiled.
Indurlno (a cold-water paint), fc.
nblto and colors.
Filter Press Cloths, Cement, LlM
CASTLE & COOKE
Tba wa Plantatl' Co.
Ta Walalua Aplcuttnol Co., L 1.1
Tba Kobala Sua ar Co
Too Walam.a Sugar llll Co.
Too Koloa Agrlcultaral Co,
Tto Fultoo Iron Work), St toill. Mo.
TSo Staad.rd Oil Co.
Too Goo. F. Blak. Steaa Plata.
Tho Now Elision Llla loauraaco Co, ol loo
Tto ma Flia lot. Co. o Hortfofl, don
TSoAlltanea Aiiuranco O ol Looioa.
Wm. G. Irwin & Co.
Wm. O. Irwin.. President and Managu
Claus Sprockets Vice President
W. M. GIITaril ..Second VIco President
II, M. Whitney Jr. .... Treas. and Bee.
Geo. J. Robs Audita
agists oi mi
JOIAMIO STEAMSHIP COMPAJO
OF BAH FBANOIHOO. OAI.
QUEBN ST., - HONOLULU.
The Lancashire Insurance Co.
The Balolse Insurance Co.
Union Gas Engine Co.
Domestic Sewing Macb nt, Bta.
BlBWEI 5 C6., MJD,,
Quota atr.al, HoDoluIn H.l
Hawaiian Agricultural Colony, Anarlcaa 1111
Company, Ookafa Sugar Plant. Co, Ooooaa Kosia
Co.. Hoaonu Sugar Co.. Walliku Sugar Co., Moiaa
Sugar Co , llaltakala Ranch Co.. Molokal Raaoei
Planur'a Lin, San Fr I Jtco Pick til. Ir wof
k Co.'i Lin. ot Bon Packat.
LIST OF OFFICERS
u, M. uoono, 1'ceaidentj ueorta ,.
RouortMoii, Manager; E. F. Bishop
Treasurer and Secretary ; Col. W. ),
Allen, Audit r; 1'. C. Jones, H. Watar
houne, Geo. R. Carter, Directors.
(joDtral Manager ot
TM Iijii'Ublo Ufa AssorUGt 8ocittf
Of tba United Btatas lor lbs HawaiiM
Onvmt Mfhant straat. Dot"
M. PHILLIPS 00.,
Wholesals Importers and Jobbers
(nropun ind American Dry loon
to t and Queen Htiaoti,
H. HAOKPELD k CO..LH
tGHEBAL COMMISSION AOBSTf.
Cor. Fort and Queen Htreeta Boaellta