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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU. II. T., MONDAY? APRIL 1, 1901.
Good News for Women Kind
The Millinery Season for the Spring of 1901 bids fair
to be more than ordinarily successful. The new styles
are particularly attractive Ideas, the exquisite crea
tions of fancy chiffons and trimmings In every color
imaginable are strong among our varied Importations.
Our Millinery Department is prepared to give you a
thorough idea of the best there is, and you are Invited
to inspect the new stock. We have made some very
fine purchases that will show you the very latest In
NEW LACES -
Something new, something different and out of the
ordinary, exclusive, such is the desire for Laces and
Trimmings. It is well met, It Is best met Are.
There Is the greatest profusion of artistic beauty,
there is wonderful variety. And the smallest of details
are counted of utmost importance in this gathering.
REAL LACE, VAL LACE A handsome assortment
of striking effects. All of them washable.
MECHLIN LACE An entirely new selection of very
pretty designs in complete matched sets.
APPLIQUE AND BORDEAUX LACE An espec
ially desirable line.
Come and See Our Easter Novelties.
N. S. Sachs Dry Goods Co.,
THE Fl DAY
Defeats Kamehameha in
the Closest Match in
MANY HAWAIIAN RECORDS
GO BY THE BOARD
The Score is Oahu College 61, Kame
hameha 60 Enthusiastic Crowd
and Good Races-Poor Start
er Handicaps Oahu.
The Oahu College-Kamehameba
School Field Day last Saturday at Ka.
plolanl Park, was the flncat exhibition
of Its kind on record In Hawaii. Oahu
won by sheer "pluck with only one lone
ly point to the good. She plucked vic
tory from defeat at the last moment.
After tho hammer throw, things
looked bluo for Oahu, for they wcro
nine points behind. Just before the
relay, the score stood Kamehameha 60;
The relay decided the day, for when
Devcrlll came running up to the finish
leading his opponent by 25 yards, tho
enthusiasm knew no bounds and he
was carried to the club house by his
(Oahu), 1st, 20 ft. M In; I'a, (Kam.),
2nd, 19 feet, 7',4 Inches; Castle, (Oa
hu), 3rd, 18 feet, 8 Inches. Six points
for Oahu andv3 for Kamehameha.
Putting 12-pound shot Tho Kamo
hamcha carried the day. Naeolo was
first with 42 feet 8 Inches to his credit,
Jones 41 feet, 2nd, and Mnkanul, 40
feet, 3rd. A total of 9 points for Ka
mehameha. Hawaiian record.
220 yard dash Dcverlll of Oahu
1st, Akana. (Kam), 2nd; Kaulukou,
(Oahu), 3rd. Time. 24 3-5 seconds.
Six points for Oahu nnd 3 for Kamc
Discus throwing Ilamauku. (Kam )
89 feet, 1014 Inches, let; Illchards.
(Kam.), 2nd, 85 feet, 14 inches, and
Meyer. (Oahu). 81 foot, 2 Inches. 3rd.
Kamehameha 8 points, Oahu 1. Hawa
Low Hurdle, 220 yards William
son, (Oahu), 1st; Pa, (Kam.), 2nd;
Harbottle, (Kam.), 3rd. Time, 27 1-6
seconds. Harbottle came In first but
was disqualified for running through
tho lost hurdle. Flvo points for Oahu
nnd 3 for Kamehameha. Hawaiian
Running High Jump Miller (Oahu),
1st, 5 feet, 3 Incluw; Hardee, (Kam.),
2nd, S feet, 2 Inches, and Dickson,
(Oahu), 3rd, E feet. 1 Inch. Six points
for Oahu and 3 for Kamehameha.
Relay race, one mile Spalding (O.),
Mnrcalllno (O.). rturns (O.), Derertll
(O.), Hanaknhl (K.), Scnrch (K.), Alan
(!.), Punohu (K.). O.thu College first
Time, 3 minutes 50 3-5 seconds. (Hawa
The table of points U as follows:
HAWAIIAN TOBACCO CO., Ltd.,
Corner Merchant and Nuuunu St.,
alwo HOTI2U ST., oppowlto Bethel.
Office 'Phone, 390
Works 'Phone, 389.
SaVe YOlir Wife Many Steps by Installing
A House Telephone from
C0-yard dash 4
100-yard dash 1
220-yard dash C
440-yard dash 4
880-yard run 9
Relay race 5
High hurdles G
Low hurdles 5
High Jump 6
Uroad Jump 9
I Pole vault C
flavor!!! nn. )hn h.rn nf Id. rlnv fnr Hammer 3
theOahuans. He won tho 880-yard run s'10t '
hands down, sendlne the Island reford I"8"8
glimmering. The,220-ynrd dash wasj
fitsn npnt liv thn linnrrl liv thin Ran nf
Oahu. the distance being done In 24' Tho oftlcer. of the ilav were: Referee.
9.R ...nnrf. ti,. w r.i.v ..... nn Mr. Turner: clerk of -oursc; Mr. Prou-
by him and' tho day wont to Oahu. ' "'"'" " Turner and Ilub
Oahu was creatlv handlcnnnnd bv a We; timekeepers. Messrs. Ayres. Horn-
poor starter. In every ono of tho '""W fcl8,ton: Held Judge. Messrs.
sprints the Kams beat the pistol by Erdman. Ileadlo and French: track
three or four yards, while In tho nun- J"'1 "" '" nni1 Blcknell; an-
dred. ramie. Oahu'. crack snrlnter. wos nncer. .Mrs. a. l". i-crry; scorer. .ir.
A pergonal invitation is extended to every lady
in Honolulu to attend Our
GRAND EASTER OPENING
OF SWELL IMPORTED HATS
THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
March 28, 29, 30
M. E. K1LLEAIN CO.
We will also have on
display the finest line of
eer brought to Hono
lulu. Also a complete
line of ::::::: :
In while, black, and the
newest tinted shades.
rectal line nf
left at the pole.
Nnnlo 1ip.i tho llnwnllnn record for n" " saKlima,
.1.- IO ..... !.. fll!..... Hma In ra' "
high hurdles must stand as tho Island
record, as no authentic faster time has
been made. Punahou clipped a second
off tho quarter mile time. Ilamauku
established the discus record. William
son's tlmo In the low Is also a record.
C0-yiird dash Castlo of Oahu and
Raymond; measurers, 11. F. Damon
MONEY FOB THE DEBT.
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 cannot afford to be without them. . '
The Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.,
to March 31
W. H. THONE, Proprietor.
Prizes : 1st, $15 ; 2nd, 510 ; 3rd, $5.
Open to the Public
MEALS AT ALL HOURS FROM 6:jo
A. M. TO 1 1 P. M. EUROPEAN PLAN,
Washington. March 19. Secretary
Oago said today that Immediate steps
would lie taken to liquidate the out
stand i?bt of, the former Hnwallan
Government, li accordance with the act
Akana tlo for first placo with liana- of Congress passed late In the recent
kahl of Kam. second. Four points for session. This will call for the exnen-
Oahu and S for Kam. Tlmo, C 1-5 sec
8S0-yard run was won by Oahu col
lege In one, two, threo order. Dovorlll,
Drown and 11 croft finishing In tho
order named. Nino points for Oahu.
Time. 2:08. Hawaiian record.
Tho polu ault opened with five
starters Campbell, Kaulukou of Oa
hu, and Kaal, Lemon and Hardco of
Kamehameha. Tho threo first named
tied, their nult being 9 feet C Inches
dlturc of J2.500.000. but It will lm.
little effect on the funds In tho Treas
ury, ns the surplus for the current Hi
cal years stood today it $3I,3I2,00C.
Secretary (lago will exercise his own
discretion In regard to the kind and
denomination of money to be used In
liquidating tho debt, tho only obliga
tion being to iiso legal tender for thla
purpose. The lequlred amount will bo
sent to Honolulu In rash, n part of tho
il . ... i , n o WSIIL I" llimiililli) III , .in... .1 m.. ... .....
, ShewbTar'u o'( probably Ingold coin, of which
TheLight That Never Ms
Another Large Shipment
of Angle Lamps.
"THE ANGLE LAMP"
THAT NEVER FAILS.
It Hcaif almott Incrrliblc that
ny UnpcouIJ be good enough 10
talc tilt pUce of electricity on evtn
terms, yet kuch Is the cm with the
ANGll lamp. All over the IsltfeJs
reople are thrcwlng aay their o'd
ampt and replacing then with thli
lamp, not merely because it com
tout one-tenth at much to main
tain (cost It no object to some pe
pie) but, beli b1n? Infinitely
cheaper, It It more brlltlant and
more retlablt In the bargain It It
rivelatlon to every one ho utet It.
ard simply dementtratet that the
otl'fathlontd lamp wat a barbar
out contrivance, the ANOIB lamp
never smokes, smells or civet any
trouble It lighted and extinguished
at easily at gat, and It the Idea
light frm every standpoint. We
carry these lamps from Si Soup.
T. II. Davies & Co., Ltd.
AGENTS FOR Sterile Lubrlcatlnr Oils. CUrlcho. Alun Cmnt. Portland Ctmtnl. Giant PnwJtr
. ihcks uiiAu ucmni. Koine niroor Lirnt l.' -itw noma aew inr Aiit.n net anj i'anAmr can Minj
UkALhRS IN Aciteware. (ilaisware. Crater v. Harness. Saddle! and Ledthtrs. Rue. Drati B4
steads, Trunks, Vallsts, Msttlngs, bale, Llnoleumt Powdvr and Caps, General Hardware and Plantation
The Angle Ump
ALSO CAimAGOOD STOCK OF HANONC.
1 STAND AND HAND LAMPS
V UHHI..faUflflH ft "-
11 tuumstwMmzar 15
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f. , . ., ,.., , . . 1. y
recommended To build up
e convalescent, irerrgihen tlie
weak and overworked, and prgdgce.'spund.-.- l
FOR SALE EVERYWHERE
G ass Linens in All Colors.
PaiHlf V001I Iioves. Pongee Silks
pi Gentlemen's SuUs anj also In lighter u eights.
.11 rnliir. '
It. The refcrco ileclilcxl that o points
should 1)0 given to Oahu anil 3 to
High Hurdle, 120 yards. Miller,
(Oahu). 1st: Ilarhottle and I'a of Ka
mehamchn 2nd and 3rd respectively.
Time, 16 4-6 Beconds. Flvo to 4 points
In favor of Oahu. Hawaiian record.
Throwing 12-pound hammer Rich
ards, (Kam.), 103 feet 3 Inches. 1st;
Meyer, (Oahu). 'J7 reel, zna; ixacoic
(Kam.). 3rd; 88 feet, 8 Inches, a total
of G points for Kamehameha anu J
100-yard dash Akana (Kam.), 1st;
Pnnnhu (Kam.). 2nu: Cruzan and Ka
ulukou tlo for third placo. Eight
Kamehameha onu i
tho Treasury has a greatir amount now
thnn nt any time In Its history, and thw
balance In legal tender V-"il'r money.
The gold coin will he sent from the nSn
Francisco Mint. If It Is found conenl-
cut. In order to save express charges
across the country.
The whole amount of 2.ri00.000 Is ex
pected within the next month to lie
placed on Imard nn army transport
bound for Manila nnd culling nt Hono
lulu, or on a naval vessel.
a New Lot of
Heaver Lunch Rooms.
G. A. GROTE
Merchant -:- Tailors
HAWAII LAND CO.
Capital Stock - . $100,000.
Capital, paid up, . $48,860
w 2' &c President 4 Mtnsnr
M. JC Nskuln .. Vina P.l.l..
J. Makalnal .Tnu,n.
Enoch Johnson Secretary
Geo. L. Desbs Auditor
BOARD OF DIRECTORS:
1. W. Blplkana.
The ; above Company will buy, leaas,
or Mil lanJj 1 In all parts of the Hawaiian
Islands; and also has houses In the City
of Honolulu for rent. l89-yl
W. C. ACHI & CO.
Brokers & Dealers
OT We win Bo or (,. fi, Eiuuia
ill puts of the gronp.
Jft We.w!U -a ammm.
ibla Oomalaaiona t
OFFICE. 10 WEST KlWG STREET
Real Estate Broker
223 MERCHANT ST.
Property In town and suburbi
. and HOUSES TO l.RT.
That Hacking Cough Is n sourro of
annoyance to yourself nnd others, at
will nd nf illatrfRH Ttv tnklnir a tea
forBpoonful of l'AIN-KH.I.nit In half a
Oahu. Tlmo, 10 4-5 Beconds. Biagg ( warm water or milk every hour
440-yard run Punohu, (Kam.), 1st; or tw()i yo wm ,e surprised to and
Mnrcalllno and BurnB or Oahu, 2nd now quickly tho cough will disappear,
and 3rd respectively. Flvo points lor jnalst upon getting tho genuine. Sold
Kamehnmeha nnu 4 points for Oahu. two BIOs. Price 25c and Mr. Avoid
Time, Ej 4-d seconds.
Hawaiian record. HUbstltutes. there Is but one I'atn-Kllt-
Cleaned and Repaired
FIRST ClASS WORK GUARANTEE!.
Union St. nrar Hntei ixi
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. 8204;
Columbia, No. O118: Eldredgc, No. 24730;
Imperial, No. 14506 I7ifrtf
T. R. MOSSMAN
Real Estate Agent
Searcher ol Title, . .
vJif.r.f untt,! lanJ sltHa.,ed ln Nuuanu
Valley, Honolulu, containing 20 acres,
more or less, anil known as the Nuuanu
Pall Saloon premises, with buildings anj
Grounds cultivated with fruit trees, etc.
Apply to A. G. CORREA,
if Kaahumanu St.
er, rcry iravis..
KKvU no experiment H
HK&iiiiH when you on g'.'.!."-S Cyrus Noble Whiskey. H
FJ tTH Leave experimenting (0 others. Buy goods H
T-A r I a yu now are ,1
H JTUS I jVB For seventy years we have been trying to pro-' H
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aaaaff Ult'icL MW ' c Pub"c now il favorably. H
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KvFlfl ' 1 1 is pure and old. H
WSSMMlWlk " is distil,ed frm he bc5l.5.elec,eiSra'u?'. H
BjlH merit Hl
MBRC ANV 'lAVJOn,
Urte varle J c' I His .imJ- 1 n ',1 the
latest . les.
2itE ;: W. O. PEACOCK Sz CO., Ltd.,
rZ0 XS! V-nOL,
HIO Nuuanu St.
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