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EVENING DULtETIN, IIONOLOXtT. H.T., TIIUnSDAY. MAnCH. 21. 1901.
Spring Goods for 1901
COTTON. . . .
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, to, 14 yards for $1.00.
FLANNELETTES, CHECKED, STRIPED AND PLAIN
8, 10, I2jc. per yard.
A FULL LINE OF LADIES' BLACK HOSE (HERMSDOOF
, ; DYE)
PLAIN, 8, 8yi, 9, 9J4, 10 Inch, 20c. per pair.
OPENWORK, 8, 8, 9, o, 10 inch, 25c. per pair.
PLAIN, FINE QUALITY, 8, 8, 9. 9&, o Inch,
3 pahs for Si. 00.
For the Next Few Days we are 'offering
Special Bargains in Cotton and
COTTON, 85c, Si. 25, Si. 50.
WOOL, S4,$5, S6.50, S7.50, S9.
$10 per pair
Their Welcome Visiting
Brothers From the
DANCE AT DRILL SHED
A BRILLIANT AFFAIR
Hall Beautifully Decorated With Flags,
Bunting and Greens Neigh
borhood of 7000
McLaughlin, Hawley, Dlctz, K. Diets.
Messrs: I.. U Humscy, 0. W. Bur.
Bess, B C. It. Crablie, A. H. Dubant.
A T. n. Jackson. 13. 1). Frlel. II. 0. Van
Court, A. Now house, 0 13. Wood, Per
cy Irishman, It. G. Mullen, Chas. Simp
son, J. II. Williams, W. I. Madeira,
W. O. Schmidt, Southard Hoffman, J.
A. Mariner. Wado Armstrong, II C,
Hapal, II. IIoro, II. Morgan, Krod Low
ell, 13 P. Vlckers, A. II. Crawford,
Geo. II. Paris, Dr. C H High, Chas
Osborne. T. It. Richards, P. Nolle. C.
S Hall. J. I Wheeler. II. A. Bugalow,
Remington Harrison. Ileiser: Perkins,
8. S. Patten, P. W. W'oUt, H. II.
Simpson, O. A Lloyd, P. nerger, T.
Lyons, 0. A. Cooke, 0. A. Cantln, V.
II. Smith, Albert Campbell, n M.
Campbell. Cunha, J A. Tcmplcton,
Konnoy, 13. 0. Carrera, P. L. Whitney,
S. Johnson. C Decker. D. Cramer. D.
Johnson, W. II. McOrcgor. Charles P.
West. J. J. rishcr, A S. Guild, 0. M.
Clark. T. P. Harris, P. E. Thompson.
W L. Howard. C P. Murray. J. 8. rial-
ley, C. ft. Frailer, I Asbahr, Carleton,
J. 11. rnnn. 1;. uiloort, A Miles. II, A.
Olios, 8. Jacobson, O. Ilurmister. T.
It. Oilof. K A. Latt. L. Ilosenthal. C.
1. Wight, A. B. Morey, P. 1;. Ilonnle.
L E. Wood. II. L. Hudson. C. A. West,
k. 11. west. K. H. I.oucks. A. Stodlaen.
dor. W. J. Illssell, M Illlll. 13 P. Hole,
1.. It. Swain. P. Polllt. 13. A. Ross. II
Hist, J. A. Johnson Sclioflcld, P II.
Angus, 13. A. Hath P. I.ansdalc, J. C.
.Moore, II C. Cattor. W L. Henkels.
W. II. Allen, II A. Wilder, R. K.
Ralrd. Captain. Johnson, Captain John
Ron. J. A Wolcott. II. Sctzer. J. J. Kel-
ley. 0. W. Lylc, O. J. Winkler. O. P.
Kuhls. J S. Curtis, (1 U Show ell. 8.
Rosenberg, W Whltelv, T. Hollowny.
R. I.lchtlg, C. T3. Williams. J. Rosen
berg, T. Rosenberg. W A. nronn, n.
Lcxtcr, J. II. ItahriT, Judgo Perry,
J. W. Drown. Ceo. II. Paris, n F He
ardmore, 3. A. McDonnell. J P. Sopor.
White, Langton. doo. Puller, Dr. C. L.
Garvin, D. 11. DaWs. Catton. E W.
Tucker. Thompson, Allen. R. E. May
nard, A. Constabcl, D. D. Hanover,
J U Fleming. P. W. Rlake, L. T.
Kenake. 13. II. Leonard. E. M. Walsh.
P. Damon. E. P. Hall. J II. Bullock,
J. M. Little, A. R. Gurnsoy, A R.
Gurncy, Jr., J. M. Monsarrat, George
DLu 1 pAHSUluAHb
HAWAIIAN TOBACCO CO., Ltd.,
Corner Aurch(int and Nuuunu St.,
iiImo HOTEL- S1, opposite Bothel.
Office 'Phone, 390.
Works 'Phone, 389.
SaVe YOlir Wife Many Steps by Installing
A House Telephone from
Upstairs to Kitchen,
Yon will never House to Servants' Quarters,
part with it. House to Stable, Etc.
We will install two 'phones complete under a guarantee at a price well,
you ennnot nfford to be without them.
The Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.,
N. S. Sachs Dry Goods Co.,
JUST TO HAND.
A HANDSOME LINE OF
Ladle s Knox Pelt Hats
New Sailor Hats
New Matinee Hats
We are constantly receiving UP-TO-THB FASHION
GOODS by every steamer. You can't go wrong or be out
of style when purchasing of us.
The M. E. KILLEAN CO., Ltd.
ARLINGTON BLOCK. IIOTDL STREET.
the Angle Ump
ALS0CARRyAG00D STOCK OF HANCIMO..
"" stArO AJD.HAND.LArlPS
Another Large Shipment
of Angle Lamps.
"THE ANGLE LAMP"
THAT NEVER FAILS.
It we mi atmott Incrcd Me that
any lamp coulj bt good enough to
tak the plact of electricity on even
terms, yet such Is the case lih the
A no lb lamp. All over the Islands
reopU are throwing aay thtiro'd
amps and replacing them with this
lamp, not merely Decaus It costs
about onetenth as much to main
tain (cost Is no oblect to some te
pie) but, btfl.lt bilne Infinitely
cneaper, u is more rriiuani ana
more reliable In the bargain Ills
revelation to every one who uses It,
and slmrly demonstrates that the
otd-ftihionti lamp was a barber
ous contrivance, thb anoib lamp
nevtr smokes, smells or Rives any
trouble is iifjruea ana minRuisnetj
as easllv as eas. and Is the Idea
light (rem eery standpoint We
carry these lamps Irom Si Soup.
T. H. Davies & Co., Ltd.
AGENTS FOR Sterllne Lubricating Oils, 'rlpr.ot. Atsen Cemtnt, Portland Cement, Giant Powder
Co , "icki lia'au belting-, Koche Harbor Lime V "itw home bewlng Machines ana ran-Amtrican tund
,L.I l)v IM Att.al.iu.. r.1,nuM ft. .-u U.rn... Ca4tt-i ml lnlKali Duns NflK 114.
ay s n . a. .7 tn n(iiisHif taawaii, wiuwmii uva, bjj-jiv aa-c.it.i---.. ".u a.- -
steads, Trunks, Valises, Mattings, Safes, Linoleums Powder and Caps, General Hardware and Plantation
Is recommended to build ud
lmaayihe convalesteHt: strengthen the
FOR SALE EVERYWHERE
GRAND CLEARANCE SALE
For One month Only.
In all lines commencing
Saturday, September 29, 1900
Bargains in Grass Cloth (various colors), Handkerchiefs
(embroidered), Heavy Pongee Silk forSults or Skirts, etc.
GOO KIWI. 210 NUUANU ST. Above Hote
The grand ball of the Aloha Temple
lo the visiting Shrlncrs in the drill
ihcd lust night v.ns nn event long to
he icmcmbered. So successful ro
the arrangements thnt everything from
beginning to end went off with a
smoothness that is seldom seen In con
nection with such affairs.
The hall was most beautifully decor
ated. Palm leaves, ferns and other
greens were placed on the sides of the
hall and the stag where the band was
stationed was overhung with banners.
Hags and pennants of all shapes and
colors. Streamers of bunting of bright
colors were strung from one end of
the tall to the other. American and
Hawaiian (lags were liberally distri
buted throughout the hall while o-r
the main entrance was a large crescent
with n scepter and eastern stnr emblem
upon a background of American and
Opposite at the other end of the hall
was another crescent with emblems.
Above the crescent was a representa
tion cf a sphinx with the face changed
to thnt of n baby, this as a compliment
to the new lodge Aloha Temple.
On the sides of the ball were flags
of the order with various designs. Two
of the company rooms were used for
the fccrvlce of refreshments. Just out
side the main entrance was a large
tent for tho accommodation of tho gen
tleni".i who wished to smoke.
There were In the neighborhood of
set en hundred people present at tho
ball mil it was not until tho late hours
that dancing could he indulged in with
any degree of comfort for then the Im
mense throng had thinned out. At 2:15
o'clock this moxnlng, tho dancing wns
Thj committee In charge of tho af
fairthe people to whom was due tho
success of the affair were as follows
Entertainment Committee Nobles
I T. Orant, F. J. Amwog, II. O. Holt,
Vernon Tcnney, Win. Auld.
Floor Manager Nohlo II II. Will
iams. Floor Committee Nobles M. K.
Grossman, Wm. H. Wright, T. n. Wall.
II. 0. Holt, C H. Smith. J. S. Wnlkcr.
Reception Committee Nobles Jno.
W. Francis, E. O. White. .1. D. 1 ucker.
C. I. Crabbe, 0. W. llurgess. N. U.
Invitation Committee Nobles H. H.
Williams. Wm. II. Wright. M. K. Gross
man. Among thoso present were Messrs.
and Mcsdames: C. U Crabbe, II. W.
Foster, N. E. Gedgo, J. D. Tucker, N
II. Gear, Ilcrt Wheeler. A. F. Clark,
W. A. Naylor, J W. Harvey, II. Hug
hie, P. U Lucas. C. A. Drown. C. E.
Mooro, E. S. I3oyd, Richardson, J.8. Mc-
zee G Chiora I. T Grant li II I t'ure of n" U9e"ses of tho bowels, and
Williams, Chas. mlpman. C. A. Grn
ham. O. W. It King. E. I). Whlto, W.
it. Smith, II. Ashley, Andrew Drown,
C. J. Campbell. J. I Morgan, II, I)
M. Cobb, I.. C. Hill, J. Nell, C A
Ilungeford, D. Dergerson. W, Loulsson,
F. Whitney, Alfred Ourley r. W Lew.
Is, C D. Qtilgley, S. Felt. II. M. Web
ster, H. N Cornwall, Col. (J. D. Warren,
J K. Croput, C. P Tine, II, Lose, C
I). Green. J. S. Ilaliey, Rothwell. I).
Madden, Judge Da) tun, G. V Sinclair,
Wm. Went, J. II. Searlo, II. C. Morton,'
r. J. Amweg. S. R I'hlllps, John Wnd
dell, J Drew. F J Cross, Don Mcln
tyro, C. H. 8mlth. C I) l.ufkln. A. II
rorteous, l)r Derby. John King, J '
Fernandez, M. A. Bllva, V J l.ucns,
Schoenlng, W Hcllhrtm, J A, Mngoon,
II. E. Vniiglin. J. I.. IlergHtrom. 11. Hay
ward, C. II. Mooro. I, C Abies. J II
Fisher, 0. 1'iew.ott II. F. Wlchman.
I)r I.. Ilarth, I Kettering, E. .May.
Dr. J. I.. Ilenebe, II F Wood, 0 W
Strnhan, J II. Howard, J M. Stoer,
W A. Whitman. G I. I'helps, W 0.
King, W A Sdirelber. II C Austin.
C M. Forster, Frank Davev J II Craig,
I). Davton, A. J Smithies, Dr Ilnwmnn,
I)r W E. Tnvlor. F Hnlstead. W P.
Hovil, F. Walter, Merrill, Dr Sinclair, 1
Guv (lorn. Marston, Campbell, F M.
Hatch, Dickey, Ous Sclmman Cap
tnln nnd Mrs. A G Hawes, Jr., J O.
I.utteil nnd Dr nnd Mrs C. E Cnnp. .
Me(diin"-8- J 0 Orynnt T A.
tSlnnison. C II Wlllard, C T I'urcell,
O M Callahnn. Harris, W I,. How
ard, E D Derby, Warren .1 F Mooro,
John Dickenson, I.. W Hough
Mluuiia Ifnntil lllnru l'pnrl I'ntn-
eion, E A Dnlley, l.lshmnn Mullen,'
Ethel Andrew, Myrn Angus, Adn I,
cett, Ashloy, Anna Crawford Drnd
show Annlo Whitney Florenco Os
born, Mno Weir, Rentier. Wnrren,
Lose, Ilaliey, Kate Cook, J K. 1,00k. '
Davton. Mnv Giles, M Hodnett II .
Wright M Rlnckmnn C L Abbott. C '
no Cow, Frnncnl, Mills Ilessln C Tav
lor, L. Mcl.aln, Ornco, S. tt'cLaln, J ,
MeLnln, L. Anderson, Amweg Mar
shall, Hello Weight, C CuhlH I, Rosen
liorir. Knto Cornwell, Klttln Cornwell,
Wnlkle, Perry, Wyllo, C. Perry, May
PETITIONS IN THE HOUSE
The Wednesday nfternoon session of
the House was spent In reading peti
tions. Prcndcrgast Introduced n petition
from oters of his district asking for
an equal tax on land according to tho
valuo thereof. Referred to Commlttro
on Public Lands. He also Introduced
a petition thnt Kunawai lane should b
extended off Llllhj street.
Mossman desired an appropriation
sufficient to prolong Pualawo lane to
School street. Referred to committee
on Public Lands.
Dccklcy Introduced six petitions rela
tive to land matters and road lmproe
menta on Moloknl. They were referred
to the Committee on Public Lauds.
Kxlukoa presented n petition from
North Konn, that asked (1st) a reduc
tion In the poll tax from ' to Jl. (2d)
tho tiiitdlng of leper hospitals, (3d),
the celling of all public lands to Ameri
can citizens, and (4th). the npproprla
tlon of $100,000 for n Unlerslty of Ha
wall to be situated In North Konn
Deckley Introduced a petition relative
to the reduction of nil government sal
aries. He nlso gave notice of two bills.
Dickey gave notice of a proposed bill
fixing the salaries of all government
An attempt was mndo to reconsider
Senatij bill No. f, but the House ad
Journtil before any nctlon took place
on the matter.
Visitors are cordially Invited to
.all and Inspect our gallery of life
lze royal photos, from Kamehamehi
I. to date.
At tbo Old Stand
On Fort Btroot
a New Lot of
Beaver Lunch Rooms.
HAWAII LAND CO.
Capital, paid up,
W. C. Aohl President A Manager
M. K. Nkuln.... Vloa Pre-.lrii.nt
J. Makalnal .Treasurer
Enoch Johnson Secretary
u. ucsua Auditor
BOARD OF DIRECTORS:
J. W. Blplkana.
Tho above Company will buy, lease,
or sell UnJj In all parts of the Hawaiian
Islands; and also has houses In the City
of Honolulu for rent. 1489-yl
W. C. ACHI & CO.
Brokers & Dealers
H. J. NOLTE.
G. A. GROTE
Merchant -:- Tailors
Cleaned and Repaired
FIRST CUSS WORK GUARANTEEC
Union St. near Hotel icou
There Is no Family Medicine so fa
vorably known ns I'AIN-KIM.KH. For
sixty years It has been used by Mis
sionaries in all parts of the world, not
only to counteract tho climatic In-
II nonces on their families, lint for tho
for wounds, burns, bruises, etc. Avoid
substitutes, there Is but ono I'nln-KIII
er. Perry Davis': Prlco 25c and GOc.
The following bicycles are now at the
race btatlon and owners can nave them
bv proving property and paying expenses
Tribune, No, 4759;
Columbia, No. Ot 1?:
Imperial, No. 14500 171
Columbia, No. 8204;
blilredge, No, 24710:
til puta of lbs snap
W wilt Bo or i,(i fUt. SsUUla
FrapertlM on Utaaoa
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 . .
The ever popular Rainier beer Is be
coming a household word and "will
you havo a glass ot Seattle," Is mora
often heard than anything else. Tha
Criterion Saloon has the beer on tap or
Large tract of land situated In Nuuanu
Valley, Honolulu, containing 20 acres,
more or less, and known as the Nuuanu
Pall Saloon premises, with buildings and
Grounds cultivated with fruit trees, etc.
wlm wm Reapjns the srain I
1l&$MM iWTS)f 'wSI from which ,hc world renowncd ctus I
W'i NSf W yffl IllvA Noble whiskey is distilled.
ifiujJvX vt' FMjIM Nothing but the finest grade of corn or I
MjfeS 'I 'WlMvm r'cislfscd I
HH uVi'L' wrHJi No exPense is sP,ired in ils distill,i.,ion-
BSwmM pi WiWAFL Thal i$ why il ha$ becn the leader a" over I
IIMTw fv I fl tmI 'e vvor'cl for 0Vr $evcnty ve"s' n
I'HW V Ji f WmJvSKk It is six years in wood before bottling. B
lraay y?irm 'l 's Pure and ,,ones1, M
llM rllmSL A great aid to digestion. 51
llS W I' I'k" An ideal appetizer. M
W. C. PEACOCK & CO., LTD , Sole Agents