EVENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, II. T., TUESDAY, MARCH 12. 1901
Spring Goods for 1901
COTTON. '. . .
LATE8T DESIGNS AND SHADES
FIGURED DIMITIES, 12, 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 $1.00.
FLANNELETTES, CHECKED, STRIPED AND PLAIN
S4, 10, I2j4c. per yard.
A FULL LINE OF LADIES' BLACK HOSE (HERMSDOOF
PLAIN, 8, 84, 9, 9, 10 inch, 20c. per pair.
OPENWORK, 8, 8J4, 9, q, 10 inch, 25c. per pair.
PLAIN, FINE QUALITY, 8, 8, 9, o, 10 inch,
3 pairs for Si. 00.
For the Next Few Days we are offering
Special Bargains in Cotton and
COTTON, 85c, Si. 25, $1.50.
WOOL, S4.S5, 86.50, S7.50, S9.
S 10 per pair
N. S. Sachs Dry Goods Co.,
! A HANDSOME LINE OF
Ladies' Knox Felt Hats
New Sailop Hats
New Matinee Hats
We are constantly receiving UP-TO-THB FASHION "
H GOODS by every steamer. You can't go wrong or be out
of 'style when purchasing of us.
The M. E. KILLBAN CO., Ltd.
ARLINGTON BLOCK. HOTEL STREET
IN TASTEFUL LUXURY
TkLight That Never Ms
Another Large Shipment
of Angle Lamps.
"THE ANGLE LAMP"
THAT NEVER FAILS.
It items almost IncreJltlt thit
any lin-p couU be good enough 'o
tak the place of electricity on evn
teim. yet mcb Is the Ck wlili the
ASOLE lamp. All over (he Islanii
feoplt are throw In c aay their o 4
imp and replacing them with this
tamp, not merely because It costs
about one-tenth as much to main
tain (cost Is no object to some pei
pie) but, beside bslng Infinitely
cheaper, It Is more brilliant and
more reliable In the bargain It lea
revelation to every one who uses It.
and limply demonstrates that the
old-fashioned lamp was a barbar
ous contrivance. THE ANQIB LAMP
never smokrs, smells or rives any
trouble Is lighted and extlnmilshed
ai easllv as t. and Is the Idea
light trim eery standpoint We
carry these lamps from 91.80 up.
T. II. Davies & Co., Ltd.
AGENTS FOR Stirling Lubrlcatlnr Olli. CUrlohos. Alien Cemtnt, Poniard Ctmtnt, Giant Powder
Co . Dlcki 61I1U Ddtlng, Roctit Harbor Lima O Sew Home Sewing Machlnas anl Pan-Amtrlcan Hani
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sttals, Trunks, Vallsss, Mattlngf, Sales. Lln.teums f'owJer and Caps, Gener' Hardware and Plantation
Managing Director J. O. Rothuell of,
the Moana hotel chose a most excellcni
way of throwing open the doors of tbkt
elegantly appointed hostelry at Wal
klkl hy Inviting the members of tlu
press of Honolulu to the "first view"
and a banquet In connection therewith.
The occasion was one that will long l)
remembered by everyone present. IJ
sides the representatl.es of the I'll
gllsh Bpcaklng newspapers of the city,
there were present n number of special
ly Invited guests. All theso rrtet at the
Automobile stables on King street at ft
given time and were treated to a
speedy run to the Moana hotel.
The'first thing that struck the gueW
of Mr. Kothuell and the hotel, wns th(i
brilliance of lighting. The hotel
throughout is furnished with hundreds
of Incandescent lights installed by thi
Oceanic Gas & Electric Co., but tit
most beautiful part of the whole light
ing Is to be found at the very top of
the building where the roof garden is
lighted at night by a mass of red, whit
and blue lights. ,
Upon the arrival of all the guesU ai
the hotel, Mr. Rothwcll, the managing
dlrectdr, Mr. Smith the manager and
Robert Scott, the night clerk, divide!
them up Into parties and took them
through the hotel up lo the elevator to
the very top, where a root garden, sup
plied with comfortable chairs, afford!
H view of the ocean, the mountains ntn.
the surrounding country; through the
four floors of rooms, elegantly furnish
ed with furniture of the most approvM
woods and carpet of colors whose
warmth of color at once produces A
feeling of comfort and rest; Into tho
spacious bath rooms and out upon tho
broad piazzas where at any time of the
day or night, no matter how high the
temperature, one may get a cool breeze
and through the broad hallwajs upon
tho carpets of which It is a pleasure to
To attempt to describe the beauty of
tho furnishings of tho rooms nnd tli.
comforts which arc to be seen on ovory
hand would be folly. The very best
way to see Moana hotel is to go ou
No description would give an adequate
Idea of what Is to bo seen there.
The first floor Is of course devoted to
the ofllces, the reception rooms, tho
billiard rooms, the enfe and other
rooms that are alwas to bo found on
the first floor of a well appointed hotel.
Tho guests having finished their lew
of the hotel proper, went to tho elec
tric lighting plant nnd laundry across
tho way, where the machinery not In
operation, was started up for the benr
at of tho guests. The culinary depart
ment with its cold storago plant, Itt
storerooms and other important factors
was also visited by tho guests.
Tho last pinto on tho program to
be viewed by tho guests was tho great
dining hall In that portion of the hotel
sjsfiv fii iff
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The Angle LAmp
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FOR SALE EVERYWHERE
which runs to the very water's edge.
Tho doors of this place were thrown
open at 8 o'clock and. Immediately this
was done, an orchestrn began a most
charming march, the guests going to
seated around n rectangular table in
their places to the catchy time. Once
In the middle of the hall, a string of
waiters In dress suits, came marching
Into tho room and tho good things wcro
set upon the tables, t.lko the remain
der of the hotel, the dining hall beggar
description. The cooking was mutt
delicious, nnd every dish ns It camo on
ihe table, was served up In a slle that
has never been seen in Honolulu be
fore. Truly, It was at pleasure to eat
at such a table. It was not until 11
o'clock that tho banquet was finished
! and then began tho speeches of the
evening and the passing of bouqucti
back and forth.
Mr. Rothwell as managing director,
Is bo most heartily congratulated on
the Moana hotel and on his success In
securing the services of Mr. Smith
who Is not only n most excellent man
ager but a good fellow who will cer
tainly make the hotel a most popular
Among the guests of tho evening
were the following; J. A. McCandleps.
Andrew Drown, Theodore Lansing.
Commodore Deckley, A. K. Kaeser, V.
R. Fnrrlngton, F. J. Cross. Robert Cat
tonfl John Nelll. Lewis Gear, 0. 0.
Traphagcn. J. K. Humburg. Frank Hus-
tacc, J. Blckncll L. V. Grant, Edward
Dekum, R. O. Yardlcy, J, I). Mclnerny,
Captain Schaefcr, F. B. Richardson, A.
V. Oear. C. it. Morton. James Rerg
storm. Frank Hooks, Charles Wilgbt,
"Hob" Scott, Charles Lucas. Tom Lu
cas. C. L. Rhodes of tho Star, W. H.
Coney of tho Rullctln, Edmund Nor
rlo of the Independent, A. P. Taylor of
tho Adertlser. U. Devcrly Ktdd. Star.
The delightful menu sened was its
Cellt-rnla Oys'er Cocktail Consomme In Cups
Cneeu Straws Queen Olives Satted Almonds
I I'ltl of rnclMl Soles. la Nantua
Sllcel Cucumbers Pommes Dauphins
Stewed Terrapin, a la Mar)lard,en Caesw
larded Tsndelhln of beef, a la Pmtugese
Choice Bouldcn Island Asparagus, Sauve lloltan Jalse
launch a la Komalne
Roasl Mallard Duck au Cressau Sara Potatoes
Neapolitan tea Cream
Assorted Cikes Roquefort Ctieesa
Toasted Crackers Cafe Nolr
Van Praag & Sharp's orchestra In the
music balcony of tho dining hall, plat
ed the following selections:
I. To Our Friends
2. Waltz lolantho Holzmar.n
3. Overture nrmlnle Tolmiil
4. Salomo Intermezzo Loralno
5. Popular Melodies Mackle
0. Mazurka From Singing Girl..
7. Grand Selection Hrnanl ....Verdi
8. Waltz Cupid's Dream .... Crosby
9. Caprlcctoso Ixh y
10. Tho Stnrs and Stripes Foiescr
....' AT THU
HAWAIIAN TOBACCO CO., Ltd.,
Corner Aterchnnt und Nuuunu Sts.t
ulno HOTIiL ST., oppowlto Bethel.
Office 'Phone, 390 Works 'Phone, 3S9,
SaVe YOlir Wife Many Steps by Installing
A House Telephone from
Upstairs to Kitchen,
You win never House to Servants' Quarters.
part with it. House to Stable, Etc.
We will Install two 'phones complete under a gjarantee at a price well,
you cannot nnoru to De wunout tliem.
The Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.,
Visitors are cordially Invited U
.all and Inspect our gallery of life
jlze royal photos, from Kamehamehs
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 CUSS WORK GUARANTELL
Union St. nnr Hotel iwi
HAWAII LAND CO.
Capital, paid up,
W. O. Achl President A Manner
M. K. Nrtkuln Vice Prealdant
J. MalulnM .Treasurer
Knocb Jolinnon Secretary
Oeo. L. Deaha .Auditor
BOARD OF DIRECTORS:
J. W. Blplkane.
The above Companr will buv. leaaa.
or aell lanJj In all parta of the Hawaiian
Islands; and also baa houses In the City
of Honolulu for rent. 1489-yl
W. C. ACHI & CO.
OT We will Bn at Ll. Beas EitaUli
all paiu 01 tea gionp,
XT We will Ballr
FioperttM on Beaaon.
OFFICE. 10 WEST KINO STREEI
Furnished rooms, single or en sulle,
very reasonable terms. Ornheum hotel.
MOTHERS AND TEACHERS
Tho Mothers' nnd Teachers" Club In
vito all those Interested In the work to
attend the club's meeting on Friday nf.
ternoon next, at 3 p. m. at the I'unahci
Preparatory school, on Derctanl.
street. There nlll be a discission an
the subject of "Religion." The follow
ing program will bo rendered:
1. Raster Carol
Mrs. A. H.-Otls.
2. How to Drlng Religion Into tho
Lives of Our Children:
Through (a) Music Mary Dilling
Through (b) Story Marty Atherton
Through (c) Art Miss Heleiie John
son. Through (d) Nature Miss A. M.,
3. How to Present the Kaster
Thought to Children
Miss Frances Lawrence.
4. Haster Story
Miss Claire II. Uecke.
5. Kaster Songs
Mrs. A. II. Otis.
PenrnonVs Evangelical Tour.
Wnlluku, March 9. Ilcv. Mr. Pear
son of the Methodist church paid Wal
luku a short lslt this morning. Mr.
Pearson has been at Harm, Klpahnhi
and Hnmoa doing evangelical work
among tho Japaueso and Chinese of
thosodlstrlcts. He reports mission tork
fairly well started at tho places h
railed on Eastern Maul.
The foUowlnR bicycles are now at the
Police Station andjwiien can hate them
bv proving property and paying expenses
Tribune, No, 475q; Columbia, No. 8104;
Columbia, no. our: kUreuge, No. 247
Imperial, No. 14500
Real Estate Broker,
223 MERCHANT ST.
Property In town and suburbs
and HOUSES TO LET.
T. R. MOSSMAN
Real Estate Agent
Searcher ol Title . .
the bet in
, T H E E V ENJ NG BULLETIN
gjaf THE OLDEST HAWAIIAN DAILY I'AI'hR
, A KLONDIKE FOR ADVUHISEBS , 0 0 k 0 . 0
To Meet Tax Ahhchhoph.
Wnllukii, March 9. Wm. T. Robin
son, tax assessor of the second taxation
division, Maul, etc., goes to Honolulu
today to attend tho meeting of all the
assessors to bo held In Honolulu mut
TO CURE A UULU IN ONE DAY.
Take Laxative Dromo Quinine Tablets.
All druggists refund tho money It It
falls to cure. B. W. arovo's signature
Is on each box. 25 cents.
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W. C. PEACOCK & CO., LTD , Sole Agents
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