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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, March 27, 1901, Image 3',
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Spring Goods for 1901
COTTON. . . .
LATEST DESIGNS AND 6HADE6
FIGURED DIMITIES, I2J4, 15, 20c per yard.
PLAIN AND DOTTED DIMITIES, Solid Colors,
20, 25c per yard.
STRIPED AND FIGURED BAL1STE, 20c per yard.
PRINTED FOULARDS, Look Just Like 611k,
25, 30c. per yard.
GINGHAMS, 8, io, 14 yards for $1.00.
FLANNELETTES, CHECKED, STRIPED AND PLAIN
8)4, 10, I2c per yard.
A FULL LINE OF LADIES' BLACK HOSE (HERMSDOOF
PLAIN, 8, &, 9, 9, 10 Inch, 20c. per pair.
OPENWORK, 8, 8, 9, 9, 10 inch, 25c. per pair.
PLAIN, FINE QUALITY, 8, 82, 9, 9, 10 Inch,
3 pairs for $1.00.
Fer the Next Few Days we are offering
Special Bargaiis in Cotton and
COTTON, 85c, Si. 25, 51.50.
WOOL, $4, 5, f6.50, S7.50, $9,
$10 per pair
N. S. Sachs Dry Goods Co.,
JUST TO HAND.
A HANDSOME LINE OF
Ladies' Knox Felt Hate
New Sailor Hats
New Matinee Hats
We are constantly receiving UP-TO-THB FASHION
GOODS by every steamer. You can't ro wrong or be out
of style when purchasing of us.
The M. E. KILLEAN CO., Ltd.
ARLINGTON BLOCK. HOTliL STREET, 8
The Angle Lab
M& amy a gmo sioaur hancmgL
Another Large Shipment
of Angle Lamps.
"THE ANGLE LAMP"
THAT NEVER TAILS
It items lmoit IncTtJ tie that
ny limp coulJ be good enough 10
Uk the place of electricity on even
terms, yet suih It the case with the
ANOLB LAMP. Atl over the Islands
people are (brewing aay their 01 d
lamps anJ replacing then with this
lamp, not merely because li costs
about one-tenth as much to main
tain (cost Is no object to some peo
ple) but, beIJe bln? Infinitely
cheaper. It Is more brilliant and
more reliable In the bargain It Is a
revelation to eery one who uses It,
and simply demonstrates that the
oldfahiontd lamp was a barbar
ous contrivance. THE ANGLK LAMP
never smokes smells or fives any
trouble Is lighted and extinguished
at easily as gas, and Is the Idea
light trim every standpoint We
carry these lamps from $1 80 up.
T. H. Davies & Co., Ltd.
New Horn. Sewing Machines an4 PaifAnwIcan Hani
THEIR OWN ITINERARY
TRIO OF SHKINEKS WHO
PLAY BY THEMSELVES
Think Honolulu is a Place Where a
Stranger Can Always Get
Among the vlaltlng Shrluern who
have art iled to the unlet)' of life in Ho
nolulu fur the past two weeks nrc threo
modest, retiring gentlemen from tba
wood j of Northern Mlcnlgan.
They arc tlio lojnlest rort of illgrluu
nd their allegiance to the torn taken
at the Shrine Is constant and Increas
ing. One thing binds tlieso three Wo.
verlnes together. It Is their uniform
antipathy to cut and dilcd programs.
No matter how elaborately the com
mittee on arrangements plans' the tea.
turcs of a pilgrimage, no matter how
many gilt pages are covered with the
details of tho tour, these three Wol
verines Invariably make up an Itiner
ary of their own.
It's this unofficial happy-go-lucky
Itinerary that haB distinguished the
trio In Honolulu. Dr. t. A. Thompson
of Traverse City, Mich., Is the head of
tho caravan of three when not out'
classed by D. V. Campbell or I). Cramer.
who. on ordinary ilas. compose the
rank and Ql.
These Ishmaelltes are cry busy and
successful men at home. They have
accumulated comfortabla fortunes In
tho roles of bone setter, electric linn
man and oil peddler, respectively. They
are Ilohcmlans of the flrtt degree. They
have not hob nobbed with members of
the Legislature or spent much time in
waiting before the Governor's gate;
but they wear diamonds that look
genuine nnd seem to b having a lot
of fun with that Itinerary of their own.
They have been liberal patrons of
tho hackmen, and havo nothing but
kind words for him and his schedule of
prices. They have been around to most
of tho dispensaries, but no one has
heard them or seen them register a
single kick against two-bit drinks or
the quality of Hawaiian sake. Thesa
gentlemen will sign an affidavit that
Honolulu furnlshcH a better time, for
the least money than any other city
They speak In concert on nil sub
jects and have n way of talking about
nothing else than tho hood tlmn they
have had In Honolulu whllo their
brother pilgrims wero going through
tho stately measures of social formal.
Aside from taking oath that prices"
nro nil too low here, considering tho
quality of goods, tlieso three pleasant
guests claim that In no city in America
Is (here such a scarcity of rowdies nnd
hoodlums as In Honolulu. Tho tourtesy
of tho native heart anl easy snap en
Joyed by nil office holdeis nro tho chief
surprising things they bnve found here.
AGENTS FOR S'trthg Lubricating Oils r,rlrho Alsen Cemint, Portland Cement, Ulant Powder
o kicks uaiau unung, Kocne Maroor Lime 1 "
DtALLKb IN Agateware, Glassware, CrovKery Harness, baddies and Leathers. Rugs, Brass Hei
st ids, Trunks, Valises, Mattings, bates. Linoleums Puwder and Caps, General HarJwar and Plantation
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Is recommended to build hd
the convalescent. Mwntifhtn th
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won anil uverworHeg.anQ prgaucf, 5pui1d,-
FOR SALE EVERYWHERE
Grass Linens in All Colors.
6antlal Wood Boxes. Pongee Silks
For Gentlemen's Suits and also In lighter weights.
MERCHANT TAILOR, A large variety of cloths made up in the
GSrOO TKjm.y I1IO Nuuanu St.
Do You Suffer from lumbago, rheu
matism or swollen muscles? If no.
procure at onco n bottle of PAIN
KILLER nnd fallow tho printed direc
tions. Tho relief Is Instantnneous ns
well as lasting. No necessity to suffer
wlien a remedy such as rnln-Klller 1$
to be had. Sixty years of sucess speaks
for Itself. Aold substitutes, there Is
btu ono Pain-Killer, Perry Davis".
Price 25c. and SOc.
Nicely furnished rooms at tho Pop
ular House, 151 Fort street, from $1.00
per week up.
It la a aarc, atfr- anl quick rrnirdj,
Tl.at.a ONLY ONE
Twualtfa, tAc tntlaoc
Tho ladles of the Khrlncrs' party en
tertained most bountifully the ladles
of the local temple and others In a re
ception and dance nt the Moana hotel
The guests began to arrhe nt about
8 o'clock nnd n half hour later, the
large tcrandas. lotunda and reception
room were filled with guests who were
received by Mrs. George P. Sinclair, as
slstcd by the Indies of the Pilgrimage,
Shortly after 8:30 o'clock, Noble L.
E. Wood of Saladln Temple, gave tho
signal for the grand march and tho
ast assemblnge had toon paired off
nnd were marching in to the dining hall
which had been clenred for the dance.
The music of the march was soon
changed by the natixe musicians com
posing the orchestra, to that of a de
During the evening, Mrs Warren pre
sented Imperial Potentntc Lou II. Win
sor with a pol bowl and a number of
native curios which wire placed In her
hands by the ladles of Aloha Temple,
for Mrs. Wlnsor, who was unable to
make the pilgrimage to Honolulu. Mrs.
Warren's presentation speech was very
gracefully responded to by Mr. Wlnsor
It Is estlmnted that thcro were over
three hundred people present. Among
tho guests from tho city were the fol
lowing: Mr. nnd Mrs. J. A. McCnnd
less. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Crabbe,
Judge nnd Mrs. Galbralth, Mr. nnd Mrs.
L. T. Grant, Mr nnd Mrs. Andrew
Drown, Mr. and Mrs. E O White. Mr.
nnd Mrs. J. O. Ilnthwell. Dr nnd Mrs.
Gnlhralth. Dr. nnd Mrs C. n. Wood,
Mr and Mrs. E S Iloyd, Mr nnd Mrs.
Fred Whitney, Miss Whitney. Mr nnd
Mrs J. a Pratt. Mr. nnd Mrs Lufkln.
Mr. and Mrs. II II Williams, Mr. nnd
Mrs F J, Cross, Miss Andrews. MIbs
llnlllo Peary, XIIsb llaag. Miss Farley,
MIhs Knto Vldn. MIbs Hello Vlda, Miss
Cornwell, Miss Murray, Messrs II.
Griggs Holt. It C A Peterson. Dr.
Grossman. Dr High, F E Thompson.
F. M. Ilrooks. It. Whitley, L C Abies
nnd ninny others.
Kamehameha Is preparing for a re
ception to be given Mr and Mrs.
Charles llartlctt D)ke. the new princi
pal and wife. The reception comes off
a week from tomorrow.
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HAWAIIAN TOBACCO CO.. Ltd..
-omui- .Mur-ohtint niul Nuuiimi MtM.,
iiIhiiIIOTI!!, 81'.. oppoxlto tlotliul.
Works 'Phone, 389.
Office 'Phone, 390
SaVe YOUr 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 Riarantee at a price well
you cunnot afford to be without them. '
The Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.,
From March 15
to March SI
W. H. THONE. Proprietor.
Prizes : 1st, $15 ; 2nd. $10 ; 3rd, $5.
Open to the Public
MEALS AT ALL HOURS FROM 6:jo
A. M. TO II P. M. EUROPbAN PLAN.
m'S A,c' ! Prowilont A Huunr
M. K. Nakuln. vin d.ijT.
i' LJ?'""" .Traamir.,
n t ALT Baoratary
Oeo. L. De.ba Auditor
BOARD OF DIRKCTOR8:
J. W. Blpikan..
TIia ktww r.MU .,. .
. ;, , u,j.ujr wiu UU7, ieaa,
or oll UnJj In all parts of tba Hawaiian
llllnHn aJ l !.-. 1 a. .. . .
,7, ', . .' " nonaw in in. Ulty
of Houolulu for rent. 1489-tI
a New Lot of . . .
Key West and
Beaver Lunch Rooms.
H. J. NOLTE.
C. A. GROTE
Merchant -:- Tailors
Cleaned and Repaired
FIRST-CLASS WORK GUARANTEfcL
Union St. near Hotel nou
The fnttnwlncr Mri-l sr. nnm it tt.
Pflllfe t.ltlnn mid nvinrs rin hit l.m
bv provlnc property and paying expenses
Tribune, No, 4759; Columbia, No. 8204;
Columbia, No. Oiifc EldredRe, No. 24710:
Imperial, No, 14500 1716-tf
HAWAII LAND CO.
Capital, paid up,
W. C. ACHI & CO.
Brokers Jb Dealers
OFFICE. 10 West King Strbrt
Real Estate Broker
223 MERCHANT ST.
Property In town and suburbs
and HOUSES TOLRT
T. R. MnssMAM
Real Estate Agent
Searcher of Title. . .
I art, trnf nt ln.l -I...-.--. , B
11 .V . . '""u '""aieu inwuuanu
Valley, Honolulu, containing 20 acres
more or less, and known as the Nuuanu
Pall Saloon premises, with buildings and
other Improvements. 6"u
yrounds cultivated with fruit trees, etc.
A bargain, '
,,, ApP'y t0 A- G. CORREA,
.- jci"v ',
It's no experiment
when you insist on gV.'.'r.g Cyrus Noble Whiskey.
Leave experimenting to others. Buy ioods(
that you know are right.
For seventy years we have been trying to pro''
,duce the best possible article for the least
The public know it favorably.
It holds the good trade.
It costs no more than other good whiskey
It Is pure and old,
It is distilled from the best selected grain.
It Is six years in wood.
It wins on merit alone.'
3 W. C. PEACOCK & CO., Ltd.,