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EVENING DULLETIN, HONOLULU, H. T., MONDAY, FED. 25. 1901.
Spring Gooids for 1901
LATEST DESIGNS AND SHADES
FIGURED DIMITIES, I2, 15, 20c per yard.
PLAIN AND DOTTED DIMITIES, Solid Colors,
20, 25c per yard.
STRIPED AND FIGURED BALISTE, 20c per yard.
PRINTED FOULARDS, Look Just Like Silk,
25, 30c per yard.
GINGHAMS, 8, 10, 14 yards for Si.oo.
FLANNELETTES, CHECKED, STRIPED AND PLAIN
84, 10, I2j4c. per yard.
A FULL LINE OF LADIES' BLACK HOSE (HERMSDOOF
PlAIN, 8, 8j4, 0, 94, ro inch, 20c. per pair.
OPENWORK, 8, 8yi, 9, 9'$, 10 inch, 25c. per pair.
PLAIN, FINE QUALITY, 8, S'4. 9, 9A, 10 inch,
3 pahs for Si.oo.
For the Next Few Days we arc offering
Special Bargains in Cotton and
COTTON, 85c, S1.25, Si. 50.
WOOL, S4.S5. S6.50. S7.50, $9.
S10 per pair
N. S. Sachs Dry Goods Co.,
Visitors are cordially Invited tc
call and inspect our gallery of life
size royal photos, from Kamehamehi
1 I. to date.
At the Old Stand
On Fort Street ::
a New Lot of
Beaver Lunch Rooms.
H. J. NOLTE.
C. A. GROTE
Merchant -:- Tailors
Cleaned and Repaired
FIKST CLASS WORK GUARANTEED
U.iuin St. nMr Hotel no,
Set of 5 maps, $2.00
60 CUNTS EACH
On sale at office of . . .
THE . . .
The following bicycles are now at the
Police Station anJ owners can have them
bv proving property anJ paying expenses
Tribune, No, 4750; Columbia, No. 8204;
Columbia, No. 6118: EldrtJge, No. 24750:
Imperial, No. usoG. t7ifrtf
Art Embroidery Taught.
lessons Id ART EMBROIDERY will
bt gl.-cn by Mrs. II. II. Williams at the
City Furniture Store, Fort street.
Tlrst Class stamping done
MJIS. II. II. WILT JAMS.
HAWAII LAND CO.
Capital Stock - - $100,000.
Capital, paid up, $48,860
W. O. Achl President it Manager
M. K. Nakulna... Vice President
J. Makalnai Treasurer
Enoch Johnson...., Secretary
(loo. L. Desha J Auditor
BOARD OF DIRECTORS:
J. W. Blplkane.
The above Company will buy, loaae,
or sell lanJj In all parts of the Hawaiian
Islands; and also has houses In the City
of Honolulu for rent. U89-yl
W. C. ACHI & CO.
Brokers & Dealers
Or We will Bo or LU Bbi Estate It
til puts ot the group,
tW We will Bell Properties on BeatOD
able Commissions 1
3FFICE. 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 . ,
Phi ted Ware.
A NEW LINE JUST RECEIVED.
Gold Filled Spectacle Frames
Just the thing for this climate.
H. G. BIART,
IEWELER, 1010 FORT ST,
AT I HI CLUB
CHINESE MERCHANTS OF
HONOLULU MAKE MERRY
Big Banquect Yesterday and Many
People at the Festive Board
Officers of the
Just previous to tho oncoming Chi
ncse New Year, the principal Chlnamon
of tho Oahtt Lumber, Building & Land
Co. got together and" decided to form n
merchants' club and thus get ahead ot
their white brothers who have been
tnlklng about such an Institution for
many months past. They laid all their
plans and decided on the third and last
floor of the building at the Junction of
Bcrctanla and King streets as their
club quarters. This building they were
themselves putting up. so it nns an
easy matter to obtain It for the pur
When the New Year arrived, the Chi
namen, twenty-five Btrong, orc In
sbapo to entertain their friends and.
as It proved later, tho club house was
one of the most frequented places In
Chinatown. Its height nlicnc tho sur
rounding buildings, gives It an advan
tage that wns nut slow to bo rccognlzcJ,
by tho Chinese. They went there In
crowds because It was more pleasant
ihan'nny other place. Chinese lantcrn.i
were hung about In profusion and ferns
and ptlms added just tho right touch
to give the club rooms an appearance
of great r'-api'Ct itilliu.
All through tho New Year, the mem
bers of tho club were In attendance at
the club rooms and there, their friends
of all nationalities called on them and
offered their congratulations. Al
though the furnishings are not all in
the building and, In fact, the building
Itself Is not yet completed, the China
men of tho club have got along rcmaU
Yesterday took place, the final cele
bration of the New Year. It ns In the
nature of a banquet to the members of
the club by the members themselves
nnd mnny wero the friends Invited n
attend. A dozen or moro tables, each
with eight chairs, were set In the large
hall on tho second floor on nccount of
tho crowds upstairs. It wns nt about 1
o'clock that the Chlnnmen sat down.
Tho first Installment was gone through
with nnd then, as Is the Chinese cus
tom at big banquets, tho guests went
away for a short time nnd then return
ed to tho hall for tho second Install
ment The I.ln On Club has the following
well known Chinese, ns Its odliers: I.I
Chu, president; Chlng Liim, vice pres
ident; W. Hlng Chow, secretnry; I.um
1 1100K, treasurer ami 1. ini roo, iru
Chin nnd Loo Chit Snm, directors. Al
though there are only twenty-flvo mem
bers nt the present (Imc, the number of
members which tho club mny have on
Its roll Is not limited. The stopping
poltn will be nt tho discretion of the
Judgo Humphreys wns on the bench
In the Circuit Court Saturday intl
ready to go on with tho criminal busi
ness on tho calendar. But, owing to
thn Illness of Deputy Attorney General
Cathcart, all criminal cases wero con
tinued until Monday morning.
The matter of hearing divorce case
vas taken up.
A divorce was granted to Kuhnlau
from her husband, Kuwnlola, on tlio
ground of failure to support.
In tho suit of Maria Dos Santos vs.
Jose Tie Abreu. for divorce, Judgment
was entered In fuor of tho ipilntlff
todnv on tho ground of desertion.
Victoria Fernandez wns granted n dl
vorco from her husband. I'eter Fernan
dez, on the ground of abandonment and
In tho estnto of Wnller Murray nib
son, deceased, a request nnd direction
to David Dayton, trustee under tho will,
was (lied today by Fred II. Hnyse'den.
Jr., one of tho devisees. Tho trustee
Is directed to pay from funds now In
his hands such sums as directed by Tn
lula I.uck Hayscldcn. A slmllnr paper
was (lied by W. II. Hayscldcn and Ta
lula I.uck Vcllcum
Dentil nt P. .1. RuhhcII.
I'. J, Russell, who recently came to
this city from New South Wales, died
of pneumonia yesterday morning nt 10
o'clock. lUiPsell had been ill ten dnys.
Ho was employed as advertising soli
citor on tho Republican nnd was a man
of good habits and Industry Ills
funeral occurred this afternoon from
tho Catholic church,
Dyspepsia can he. and Is cured by
tho use of I'AIN'-KII.I.UIt. This Is tho
most wnndeiful nnd vnlunhln medicine
ever known for this dlscaso; Its action
upon tho system Is entirely different
from any other preparation over
known. Tho patient whllo taking this
modlrlno may cat anything the nppellta
craven. Avoid substitutes, thcio Is but
ono 1'aln-KIIIcr, Terry Davis'. I'rlco
35c. and 50c.
The arrival of the steamer Ventura
a day or so ago. brought ns passengers,
quite n number of prominent people
from the Coast, who ore Interested In
tho Honolulu, Oahu and Kna mills nnd
other lnrge augor plantations on this
Friday morning, as guests of II
K. Dllllnghnm, the entlro party, com
prising some fifty persons, left on a
special train for tho purpose of spend
ing n day Inspecting several of the
Arriving at tho Honolulu mill nnd
mnln works of the plantation, thn en
tlro party wero right royally welcomed
by Manngcr Jas. A. Low, who escorted
them through tho mill. Tho party then
hoarded tho awaiting trnln nnd were
whirled away through miles of matur
ing sugar cane.
Tho entire party were conveyed to
the Wnlmnlu pumping station, which Is
one of the vast sources of supply of
water. This pin can easily Irrigate
n largo territory extending ns far as
At the above station, an excellent
vlow of the surrounding country nnd
the growing cane, as obtained. Most
of tho enne nt Walmnlu was planted
Inst January and, nlthough very joung,
hows remarkable growth.
Leaving the Honolulu plnntntlon tbo
party wns conveyed to the Oahu plan
tation where they wero shown the en
tlro plan nnd pumping station with Its
capacity of fully 20.n00.0ft0 gallons per
day. They then returned to their car,
where a .Bumptuous lunch had been
At Wnlalun. where tho day's pleas
ure was terminated, tbo visitors went
to Hnlelwn, where ninny remained over
night, returning to Honolulu this
Upon their return from Wnlalun this
morning, the members of tho party ex
pressed themselxes ns delighted with
tho day's outing. Thoy further stnted
that they had been placed In a position
where, upon their return to tho Coast
and tho enst, they could express them
solves Intelligently upon the value and
Importnnco of the sugar Industry of
the Hnwnllan Islands.
The following wero the guests of Mr.
Dllllnghnm on this most Instructive
nnd euJo)nble trip: Mr. and Mrs.
(ioodfellow ot San Francisco, Mr. nnd
Mrs, Albert Hans, Mr. nnd Mrs. Phelps,
Mr. nnd Mrs. A. W. Wilson. .Mr. V. n.
I'ngc, Mr. and Mrs. I.. A. Thurston
Cnptnln nnd Mrs. Mntson nnd little
daughter. Mr. Oeorgo Tourny. Miss
Delia Mills. Judge and Mrs. Frear. M.
P. Robinson, W. R. Cnstlo. J. A. Duck
of San Francisco. S. Sussman. J. W.
Von Uerger. II. K. Ilelden. Mr. nnd Mrs.
John I.lnyd. Mr. nnd .Mrs. W. S. Miller,
Mr. nnd Mrs, J. O. Allen. P. J. Devlin.
A. H. I.ncy. .Mr. nnd Mrs. O. I.. Kd
wards, 12. R. Swnln of San Francisco,
Stnnfnril Sachs of San Francisco, Mr.
nnd Mrs. II. V. Dllllnghnm nnd Walter
MISSIONARY FAREWELL TALK.
The farewell talks of Misses Mnmiir
and Ackermnn nt Central Pnlon rlirurh
last night wero heard by hundreds of
their friends nnd sympathlrers.
Miss Murcutt mnde tho first addiess
and the people were pleased with her
eloquenco nnd straightforward sincer
ity. She spoke chlclly ngnlnst the Ini
quity of legalizing nbuscs In society
Miss Ackerman's address elicited fre
quent applause. She spoke of tho sac
red Influence of tho home ns being tho
greatest force In the battle against In
temperance. She paid her respects to
tho "den of vice" cartoon. Her de.
nunclntlon of such nttneks upon wo
manhood caused an outburst of np
I wwMM Vim eaPins the srain I
mr3M'B lVjS)f 'firm from which ,he Wor,d renowned c'rus I
PNk SL I i IV llr'IM Noble whiskey is distilled.
KiajlSliwln i$wlZjjA Nothing but the finest grade of corn or I
iBWfe' ' I iwiwSM ryc is used" I
aaaSKaPSvl Xl l vvJiwlM cxPensc ls 5l,i!rcd 'n ',5 distillation. H
Wfmifflm i&ilfiw ,f)(WM Tha' is why !t ,,a$ becn ,hc lcadcr a" over I
iifWfM fVil'M itiiKl c world for over sevcn,y year5, I
i WmjW M I ItmiJ wW ,l is six ycar$ in wood bcforc boUlin5' fl
I V w ry-k ,l is pure and honc$t, I
WlEfk V?iwli0i A great aid to digestion. I
RCSi lw' M s& An ideai aPi,ctizer- . I
W. C. PEACOCK & CO., LTD ,
HAWAIIAN TOBACCO CO., Ltd.,
Corner Merchant and Nuunnu Stn.,
Office 'Phone, 390
Save YOUr Wife Many Steps by Installing
A House Telephone from
You win never House
part with it. House
We will install two 'phones complete
yuu .aiuiui aiiuru 10 oe wmioui tiicm.
The Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.,
AIOlt in( ll.MU..J..J
UAlHKJCf. flBIUH I HZHB-
ni 1 .aw aaaBB-' i-rv..v7aw
1 FOR SALE EVERYWHERE
The Angle Ump
also carhacood siock of hanging.,
'stand amd hand lamps
AGENTS 1-OU Strrllflff LuhrlntlnrOili. CUrlrhn. Alin r.nmt Wtlanl rVm.nl f.l.nf I.-1.
Cu , I'lckt IlllltJ tlrltlntr, Hxh llitbor lima C
ULALtKS IN Acatrware. dataware. LroKfry Harnril, SadJIra anJ Uathra, Ruct, llraaa lli
ia, Trunks, Valuta, AWltlnc. Safca. Llnlcumf I'owJcranJ Capi. General HarJwac ani Plantation
1 The Theatrical
Opens on March
iu iiuiKe iu oruer
OUR STOCK OF
Coiffures for the Hair, Rhine Stone Orna
ments, New Sailor Hats with Pugaree and
Call and Be Convinced.
The M. E. KILLEAN CO,, Ltd.
j ARLINGTON BLOCK.
Iho HOTEL. ST., opposite Both el.
Woyc 'Phone, 389,
Upstairs to Kitchen,
to Servants' Quarters,
to Stable. Etc.
under a guarantee at a price well,
Is recommenripfl tn hnild nn
TriP CAnwtlotrtMt Mwnfllfim tho
Another Large Shipment
of Angle Lamps.
"THE ANGLE LAMP"
THAT NLVER TAILS.
1l Kftni almost IncTfJiMc that
any limp coulJ be gooj enough to
tik the place of tlrctrlclty on even
trm. et ich It the cim hh the
people ire thriving ay their oti
liirpt nJ rrp'eclne them with thlt
Uttp, nit merely teciute It coits
"bout one tr nth at much to main
tain (coftt I no object to tome peo
ple) but, beli blnjr Infinitely
cheaper, It Is mrre brilliant anJ
mote reliable In the Urcaln It It a
revelation to eery ore whovteflt,
ard tlirply demrnilratet that th
olifai.hlomJ lamp wa a barbar
ous contrivance, THE ANULC LAMP
never tmokei unfit i or rivet any
trouble It llphtpj ani extlnculthtJ
ea eailly a eas, and Is the IJea
light tr m eery itanjpoint We
carry thete lamp from $i 80 up.
T. II. Daues & Co., Ltd.
Stw llomt iflnc Michlnti an4 I'an-Amttlcan MinJ
5th. We are especblly prepared g
exclusive ueigns in
IIOTHL STREET. H