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EVnNINO DHLLETIN, HONOLULU, II. T., FIUDAY, Fnmu'UtY 2C. 1901.
Wir7 MH UU
Spring Goods for 1901
LATE8T DESIGNS AND SHADES
FIGURED DIMITIES, 12'A, 15, 20c per yard.
PLAIN AND DOTTED DIMITIES, Solid Colors,
20, 25c per yard.
STRIPED AND FIGURED BAL1STE, 20c per yard.
PRINTED FOULARDS, Look dust Like Silk,
25, 30c per yard.
GINGHAMS, 8, 10, 14 yards for $1.00.
FLANNELETTES, CHECKED, STRIPED AND PLAIN
8, 10, i2c. per yard.
A FULL LINE OF LADIES' BLACK HOSE (HERMSDOOF
PLAIN, 8, 84, 9, g4, 10 inch, 20c. per pair.
OPENWORK, 8, 8, 9, 9'4, 10 inch, 25c. per pair.
PLAIN, FINE QUALITY, 8, S'Jt 9, 9J4, 10 inch,
3 pahs for Si. 00.
For the Next Few Days we are offering
Special Bargains in Cotton and
COTTON, 85c, Si. 25, S1.50.
WOOL, S4.S5, S6.50, S7.50, S9.
Sio per pair
N. S. Sachs Dry Goods Co.,
Visitors are cordially invited U
call and Inspect our gallery of life
size royal photos, from Kamehamehi
I. to date.
At the Old Stand
On Fort Street ::
a New Lot of . . .
Beaver Lunch Rooms.
H. J. NOLTE.
G. A. GROTE
Merchant -:- Tailors
Cleaned and Repaired
FIRST CLASS WORK GUARANTEfcL
Union St. near Hotel ix
Set of 5 maps, $2.00
BO CENTS EACH
On sale at office of . . .
THE . . .
The following bicycles are now at the
Police Station and owners can have them
bv proving property and paying expenses
Tribune, No, 4759; Columbia. No. 82045
UolumDia, no. one; cwreoge, 1110.24750;
Imperial, No. 14506. Wifrtl
Art Embroidery Taught.
Vessons In AnT EMBROIDERY will
be given by Mrs. H. H. Williams at the
City Furnlturo Store, Fort street
First Class stamping dons
MRS. H. H. WILT JAMS.
ntiiVirfmt mi.u.i .V-.rfcr uU.jttifckjia.ii.w. .1 i.v Jbsiak, suuimi. a ul i. .
HAWAII LAND CO.
Capital Stock - - $100,000.
Capital, paid up, $48,860
W. 0. Achl President A Manager
M. K. Nttkulna Vice PrexlUent
J. Makalnai .Treasurer
Enoch Johnson Secretary
Geo. L. Desha - .Auditor
BOARD OF DIRECTORS:
J. W. Blplkane.
The above Company will buy, lease,
or sell lanJj In all purU of the Hawaiian
Islands; and also has houses In the City
of Honolulu for rent. 1489-yl
W. C. ACHI & CO.
Brokers & Dealers
OT We will Bo or Gall Be. StUte It
ill parts of the group.
tW We will Bell Properties on Beaton
OFFICE. 10 WEST 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 Title . . .
A NEW LINE JUST RECEIVED.
Gold Filled Spectacle Frames
Just the thing for this cllmite.
H. G. BIART,
IEWELER, 1010 TORT ST.
Permanent Repair on the
Pali Road is
OVERFLOW FROM SUGAR
FLUME DOES DAMAGE
But Company Refuses to be Respon-
sible Wailuku School Opens
After Being Storm Bound
a Full Week.
Wailuku, Feb. 18. Fair weather lias
set In again and Mutilans arc beginning
to look happy after the kona storm.
Tho stormy weather stopped about last
Friday, and Saturday was most pleas
ant. Saturday and Sunday carpenters were
at work at lao alley repairing the dam
age done to tho llumts of the Wailuku
Sugar Company. Tho miners were like
wise nt work digging the new tunnel
on the banks of Ino stream for the Ha
waiian Commercial and Sugar Com
pany. Workmen wero also at work re
pairing the tracks of trains to I'ala and
Wailuku and now trains are running
to those places from Knliulul, tho cen
tral station. The roads from Wailuku
to Makcna and also tho Pall road to Ui
halna are reccl Ing the attention of tho
Road Hoard and shortly theso will be
In a first class condition.
It Is really beyond human skill to
mnko permanent repairs to tho pall
road which will defy the work of de
struction of tho storm, while It takes
less skill to put the Maalaea road In
What Is required and urgently needed
Is money, without which theso roads
could not ho restored to their normal
state. The road to lao alley Is like
wise In a most frightful condition, A
little beyond the new rcsonolr for the
Wailuku water works Is a deep cut
mailo by tho recent storms. The cut
Is about two or threo feet deep and
About a foot wldo, and cocrs almost
the entire width of the road.
It Is cry dangerous at that place
to those on horseback or carriages es
pecially when trmellng nt night as no
lights arc put up to warn the traveler.
W. i: ;:. a..perlntendent of Wailuku
wntcr .nn. asserts that tho deep cut
was caused by tho water ocrllolng
from the flumes of the Wailuku sugar
plantation, but tho Wailuku Sugar
Company will not bo responsible for
the damage suits that muy follow
should one fall in this dangerous plnco
and break his leg or neck.
Tho Wailuku Union school which hns
been closed for nearly two weeks on
account of the inclement weather,
opened again this morning with a full
attendance of pupils.
DAVID CENTER ESTATE.
Wailuku, Feb. 19. Tho estate of tho
lato David Center was heard before
Judge Kalua of tho Second Circuit
Court estcrday morning. A. N. Ke-
polkal was attorney for Mrs. Jean
Flora Center, widow. E. F. Bishop as
temnorarv administrator, filed his final
report showing: receipts $1023 87. dis
bursements. $83; Ienlng halnnco or
S1M0..S7. Tho account was ordered ap
proved, and tho Court nppolnted IJ.
Faxon Bishop permanent administrator
under tho samo bond, $ir..000. Mr
Kepolkal filed the Inventory as fol
lows; I.lfo Insurtimce policy, $10 000;
stocks In nrlous plantations, cash In
hand. Iinuschould furniture, horses nnd
carriages making a grand final or J7,
Rome Miller o! Omiilio.
nomo Miller, proprietor ot tlio llcr
Oraml hotel at Omaha, and mannijor of
a Rtrlng of entliiB houses from Omuhn
to tho Illack Hills. Is a KUi-st at tho
Hnwnllnn hotel. Mr. Miller likes tho
Rood things of llfo but hniln't rounted
on flnillng anything n"lto so freo from
objection ns Honolulu. Whllo Mr Mil
ler Is hero on pleasure stilctly his ex
perience as a caterer hns already mus
ed him to remark tho possibilities In
his lino In this city. Ho may mnko a
business cnturo on tho Islands.
It Is a Heal IMeasuro to us to speak
favorably of l'AIN-KlM.UH. known al
most universally to bo a good nnd safe
remedy for burns nnd other pains of
tho body It Is nlunble not only fo
colds In winter, but for nrlous Miinnmr
complaints, nnd Bhould be In oery
family. The insualty which demands
It may come iinnwuro Chrlstlnn Ad
ocnto, Atnlil substitutes there Is but
0110 I.iln-Klller, l'crry IvIb' Price
25e nnd fiOc
Chenp labor menus cheap work Tlio
Iliilletlii riibll8hlng Co cmplojs men of
cxpoilcmo nnd nrtlstlc skill In tho Job
department. 'Hint's why wo nre turn
ing nut tho best Job work In town.
Jk,. M j.
SOME HAPPENINGS ON
AND ABOUT PLANTATIONS
Cutting Affray at Hutchinson Planta
tion-Porto Ricans Concerned
Tho steamer Mauna 1 .0,1 brought
some Interesting news Items from Kau
among which was a serious cutting af
fray that occurred on the Hutchinson
plantation between two drunken Porto
Ricans, hrought here as laborers on
the steamer Kcauhoii, The affair oc
curred n week ago last Sunday at tho
camp, the result being thnt one of the
men was badly cut about tho head
and face. The weapon used was a dirk.
This makes the third cutting scrape
that has taken place on Kau within a
As a general thing, the lunas on the
plantations do nil In their power to
keep such nffalrs (pilot nnd there are,
no doubt, many of the kind taking
placo thnt nccr find their wny Into
f)r Schwallle, formerly located at
Kaunnkaknl Is now the plantation ph
slclan nt I'thaln. It was he who si
ed the life of the son nf C M Walton,
manager of Fannin plintntlon, who was
very low with tphnld fever.
At the present time, Pnhnln, Nnalehu
nnd Homiipn sugar mills nre grinding.
Hon J J Kcknuh of Kona prior to
his departure for Honolulu to take his
seat In the House of Representatives,
gave a hlg luau and dance nt Nnalehu.
Ned Wiggins, brother to Harry Wig
gins, tho head luna on the Hutchinson
plantation Is a guest at the planta
tion. Ho halls from Boston.
On February IS, tho railroad freight
train running from Pnhala to Punnluu.
Jumped the track, resulting In three tar
loids of sugar being tumbled oer on
Tho engineer nnd two Japanese
hrnkemen Jumped to sae their lUcs,
Again, on the 12th Inst,, two car loads
of sugar Jumped the track but no one
was Injured Th oheny rains have
caused tho undermining of tho trmk In
places, which accounts for tho arc I
Chinese New Year was celebrated In
great stjlo nt Nnpoopoo on the 19th
Inst Thero was some exciting horse
racing between the Chlneso and na
tives, resulting In tho latter boys being
beaten This mnde them angry and all
turned In nnd thrashed tho Chinese.
Six of tho nuthra wero arrested.
There has been no end of rnln In
Rev Antonio Soarc's family horse In
dulged In an exciting runaway yestcr
da afternoon on Hotel street. At Fort
the horse became unmanageable nnd
started Wnlklkl The buggy w.is oc
cupled by Rev, Mr. Soares and his
little boy. Tho efforts of tho driver
to control tho horse wero without ef
fect. As ho wheeled Into Punchbowl,
tho horse ran Into the fence, bringing
him to n stop. Fortunately, no one wns
vtiiiiiiiitiM'iiirT. P"7 to cam
MAmi . F.7wa tc
TtfAFEftS 1 ache
it til) ilr'tL'tf!'
iH V 1 i iwPal Nothing but the finest grade of corn or I
W. C. PEACOCK & CO., LTD
bLb 1 S&UIuAnb
HAWAIIAN TOBACCO CO., Ltd.,
Corner .Merchant and Nuunnu St.,
iilwo HOTEL. ST.. oppoMlto Bothol.
Office 'Phone, 390
SaVe YOlir Wife Many Steps by Installing
A House Telephone from
You will never
part with it.
We will install two 'phones complete
you Cannot niioru to be without them.
The Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.,
cMUkffn riri?-.SQ s
w - : -j -- ' "". Jinn, ji 1 i,iiviih,ii me
twtun unu uvcrmirneu.dnu produce, sound
FOR sale everywhere
Tm -rri-n -1 n- 1
TTieLisht That NeverRfls
J&. 'ssmifr ISw III I
The Angle LAmp
ALSO CAimyA GOOD STOCK OF HANGING..
STAND AND HAND LAMPS,
AGENTS VOM Slftll"e Lubricating OIU (
I'lckt Hatau Hettlnjj, Roche Harbor Lima O
Dr-ALbKs IN Agateware, Gtastware. Crtknery Harnetf, Saddles and Leathers Rues, Hi
s, Trunks, Vallstt, Maltlngt, bates. Linoleums Powder and Caps, General Hardwar and I
WE HAVE IDEAS
gained from the very best hairdressers throughout
the mainland which we are constantly using here.
Oup Halrdre88lng Department
is complete in every detail, and our patrons receive
the benefit of our thorough knowledge in this art.
We also carry a full line of
Gold and Silver Hair Powder, Rhine Stone Ornaments,
I Side and Fancy Combs,
The M. E. KILLBAN CO., Ltd.
1DI INf!l'nN III nrl llnl.Kll anrnnci.
Works 'Phone, 389.
Upstairs to Kitchen,
House to Servants Quarters,
House to Stable, Etc.
under a guarantee at a price well,
Is recommended to build up
o rnniraficmxt c-huinjflliMil.n
Another Large Shipment
of Angle Lamps.
"THE ANGLE LAMP"
THAT NLVEK TAILS
It stems almost Incred He that
any Utrp could r rogJ enough to
tak the p'ace of e'tctrlcitt on vn
ttrm rt inch li inecaie wlihth
ANOIC LAW!' Atl owf Hit UUnJi
rroplt r threw In ay their o'J
lrrp jnj rrpUdnc tlif m th lhl
lamp, nol merely ttCJUte It COit
bout oneMenth a much to mln
tJln (cost It no objVct to inmr pen
Tie) hil, NU- Mnc Inhnllely
cheaper, It It m re brilliant tnj
more reliatl In Hie lafcaln It I a
rtelatlmMeeryore Mho uses it,
rj tlrrrly Jemrntratet that th
nld tavhlomJ lamp a barbar
out contrivance, me asolb lamp
nerr ttrokri smells or rive any
trouble Is lighted and extinculihtcJ
easily a c. and It the Idea
light Ir m ery tandpnlnt We
carry thee lampt from $1 80 up
T. II. Daiies & Co., Ltd.
'rlrhos Alsen Cemrrt. Portland Cement. ' lint Powder
New Home be Ing Machines and Pan-Amrlcan Hand
Switches, Silk Masks and Mouches
, Sole Agents
t& 1 I i ItlWarhllfiii HJMftHl i'lmllli