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EVENING BULLETIN. HONOLULU.H. T., MONDAY, MAY , 1M1.
Sachs Store News
Little Prices !
To-day we advertise n list of everything that women
want nearly every day in the year. We just mention
them briefly. No long winded descriptions could make
them any better than they are the best for the price
quality considered, that can be bought anywhere in the city.
Vtrv tit it. mtivinl itvllih.
Jjt ttit thine for Lidlti'
Mtltti They re 4 Incus
$1.00 per yard
New Cotton Flannelettes
In a ertat arltty of sUiftt
nJ pUlJ. Very suitable for
Costumes 30 Inches wlJe
8 yards $1.00
White Cotton Dress Goods
with openUee stripes. They
greatly resemble tine muslins.
7 Inches lie
15 yards $1.00
Illicit drot-stltch stocMnzs.
Hermal'irf's die, cuarantred
fe.t Selling this Hctk i 00
rr Jutcn pain or
20c per pair
While drop-stitch sinck'net
nl ood quality, siting thit
week at $i per Joicn pairs or
20c per pair
Marseilles and Honey Comb
rattens. Threa quitter anJ
$1.50 to $10.00
LAWN PARTY AT CASTLE
HOME REAPS MUCH PROFIT
Large Crowds Turn Out and Make the
Annual Celebration a Great Suc
cess Beautiful Grounds
and Pretty Booths.
Time in Quarter Mile
New Spring Lace Curtains
D" IRLANDE, ARABIAN NET.
It may seem like an oft-repeated tale to tell you that our Cur
tain nssorments are greater tlian ever, but that's the truth None
of the choice tlilfc have escaped us. Come anJ see the almost be
wlldetlng ins7 cf wizard weaves gathered here for your choosing.
$1.25 to $15 per pair.
In the "tryouts" for positions on the
Oahu College relay team Friday. Ed
ward Deverll, the champion half mller
and 220-)nrd sprinter of the Hawaiian
Islands, mutilated the college and Isl
and record beyond recognition for the
quarter mile. Dcverll ran over the
course alone, his time being Just that
much more wonderful.
The Oahu College quarter mile record
was C 2-3 seconds held by Decrll and
made last March during trie Oahu Col
lego preliminary "tryouts." The Isl
am! record una. fi.1 25 seconds, held by
Never before In the history of the innhit nf Kamehameha ond made last
Gleaners' society has the annual '.tun Marcli n the late Oahu College-Kame-party
turned out to bo such a Brand hnmeha field day. Friday Dcverll cov
success ns was the one last Saturda. ' crC(1 tne tmc 53 seconds flat, with
Crowds came and went, nmonn tho no one to shove him. which chows that
tastily decorated booths. The hand- he g gf)0li for mtlcIl better,
some grounds of the Castle homi wer inward Deverll Is tho most remark
beautifully ndorned with flags, and Bble runner In the Hawaiian Islands
transformed Into ono of the most beau-1 tou-n. nn,t nM ti,0 making In him of a
tlful scenes over witnessed In IIonolL- Bti better Bprintcr. He Is now only
!" I nineteen years of ago and. If ho takes
There were all kinds and varletlf s of i B00(j cnro of himself In the future hli
booths. The usual candy nooth wrm performances will be far beyond tho
there, and was In charge of Mrc Char- hopeg 0f i, most nidtnt admirers.
Ics Athcrton. Mrs. D. II. Case. Miss. i the "trjout." Camibcll nnd Mar
Itcnner and Mrs. V.'. O. Atwatcr. relllno nlso did some tcmarkable work.
Mrs. David P. Thrum. Miss Kit la .vine I'tinohn's lecord nf S3 2-5 sec
Kcllcy and Miss Leo Mnrtln had chaign Pnds.
of the "wet goods ami, owing to till
excessive heat of the day, they wen
kept quite busy supplying customer
who thronged about their booth.
The refreshment booth was alsn In
evidence and was presided over by Mrs.
C. 11. Damon, Mrs. II. A. Pnrmeleo. Mrs.
Saxton, Mrs. Howler, and Mrs. Wil
N. S. Sachs Dry Goods Co.,
. FORT ST.
HAWAIIAN TOBACCO CO., Ltd.,
Corner Merchant and Nuunnu St a.,
nlno HOTEL ST., oppowlto Bothol.
Office 'Phone, 390
Works 'Phone, 389
SaVe YOlir Wife Many Steps y Installing
A House Telephone from
Yon will never
part with it.
Upstairs to Kitchen,
House to Servants' Quarters,
House to Stable, Etc.
We will install two 'phones complete under a g tarantee at a price
you cannot ntrord to be without them.
The Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.,
COMMERCIAL'S 8UG4R REPORT
The New York Commercial, tho lead
ing commercial paper of the cast sas
of the sugar market under date of April
10: Haws European cables note steady
wore, nsistod hy sercrnl markets for cune und beet sugar, and
nf the young ladlos. I10 quotable change. A continued
The Misses Hello Ashley, Ircno Tlsli- strong tono dominated tho local mar-
rr and Marguerite Peterson, ptesldcd ket, prices being unchanged for tho
over the peanut naiyl nnd showed re- three standard grades on basis of 4.
marknblc ability In corrulllm; even tho g-lCc for centrifugal, 9( test, spot, duty
most bashful customer. paid. Kcflneis wore lendy In buy at
Resides these booths ww thosa con- full prices, but. owing to light offer-
talnlng tho fancy woilc, tha Hawaiian
curios nnd the shooting gallery. Mrs.
Theodore Rlchnrds, Mr. A. T. llrock.
Mrs. O. W, King nnd MM Knthiyn
Wlddlflcld preside; over the flifct. Mis
I'hlllp Frear, -Mrs,
und Mrs. Whitney
Ings and no anxiety on tho part of
holders to sell, no largo transactions
were effected. A sale made Wednes
day, hut not reported, consisted of 23,
COO bags Cuba centrifugal, basis 90 test.
Oecr, Mrs. I'ettus for prompt shipment by steamer, nt
had charge of tho 2c, c. and f.. equivalent to 4 3-lOc.
, fthllo Drs. Moore niul duty paid, here. Tbl sale also lu-1
ad ihargo of the military eluded some molasses sugar, basis S3
looth. lest, same terms, nt 2c. equal to 3 7-lflc,
Miss Rentilco Cnstbi had' charge of n ,iuty paid. here, cargo to be ordered tn
heart booth nt which eveiythlng sold Philadelphia or Iloston to tho Amrlcnn
was fashioned In tlu shape of a heart. Sugar Refining Convpiny. The visible
Another novltv wa t li" nenu cud supply of raw sugar Is 2,590,000 tons,
booth nnd It proved to In quits .111 nt- against 2.130.000 tons nt tho corres-
tractton. Mrs. Dello .luces was In ponding period last year. A small lot
charge. Mrs. HltchcocTc Introduced s. 0f spot Porto Rico sugar was sold on
new entertnlnlng feature for tho chll-, basis of quoted prices.
dren that wns highly at predated. Refined In sympathy with tho firm
I During' the afternoon tho Hawaiian market for raws, prices for all grades
To facilitate trade with the Hawaiian Islands, will deliver all goods ' i??rl?"";, ,?' S !,li; ""l l.. J!" .n'!.?"c.!n,f
purchased Or Ordered Of 'them, free Of all Charges for transportation tO goes without saying that the boys HKi,t. Ken-business was small' and
withdrawals wero moderate on out
standing contracts. Refiners accept or
der on basis of prfvloiis terms. Indi
cations point tn n further rise of 5
points for all grades.
SHREVE & CO., San Francisco,
ia:' &'i i.3r
Honolulu, or returning same to San Francisco. Goods will be sent on "eipcd to mnko the n-siim ono oi
select'.jn to those Known to the firm, or who will furnish satisfactory B,cat '"ea8"re t0 ,tlia, vuuon-
ah .onroe In San Tpanrlcrn
;;;;';;:;:;, c.m M- cubans work done
jeweiers, uoiu unu hyci waie jimnuiatiuieii),
Market O Post Sts., S. F.
Illustrated CATALOGUE and prices (urnMied upon receipt of request. We have
the largest manufactory of Jewelry and Silverware west of New York City, and are
prepared to (urnlsh special designs.
TheLight Tliat NeverRils
Another Large Shipment
of Angle Lamps.
"THE ANGLE LAMP"
" If you don't waut whiskey to get the best of you, you must get
the best of uhiskey."
"I da Lidy, but when a fellow's only got a nickel he can't buy
W. C. Peacock & Co., Ltd,,
Washington. April 27. Tho
members of tho Cuban Commission
culled upon the President today to
bid him farewell. Scnor Capoto urg
ed that something bo dono at onco to
ward reciprocal trade relations for
the benefit of tho Cubans. Tho Pres
ident replied that nothing could bo
UUUU Ull I'VUIlUlllli: lllll-D Will. III. i'"- 1 ,.,. pi,,. 1 l..a ,..!
Iltlrnl niiPBtlnriQ wero HOttlerl. tlint I. I "allad 1 110 Clt) I.lglltS (I1CW J
would bo necessary for tho Cubans '
to form n government beforo any ne
gotiations could be entered into. Ho
nssured tho delegation, that as soon
as tho Cubnn government was formed
would appoint a commission to
limmn Squnrc MuhIc.
Tho band will play the following so
lections nt a concert In Kmraa Squaro
this evening, beginning nt 7:20 o'clock:
I'estal .March Cornelius (new)..,
From Apr'l 1st
to April ,'JOth
The Angle Laibp
(ALS0 CARRA C00D SIOCK OF HANOWk
VSMM) AND HAND LArJPSj
carry theit lampi from li.So up.
T. H. Davies & Co., Ltd.
AGENTS FOR Sterling Lubrlcallne Oils. T tarlrhoi, Ali.n Cemint, PorttanJ Cement, (il.nl Powder
Co . Dlcka Oalata U.ltlne, Roch, Harbor Ilm, C' Sew Home Sewinc Machlnit ani Pan-Aomlcan Han J
ptALLR in Aealeware. Cjlassware. Crotitery, Harness, baadlea anJ Leatrters. Ruga, uraas Ued-
THAT NEVER FAILS.
It seems almost IncreJ tie that
ny lamp coulJ be crooi enoueti to . l,n
.'."UlV.'cS'irfC'ie.T.h'rh. eonsider economic relations. There
angle lamp. All over the UtanJs ig a general Impression among thoso
f...X'.n.'mw'i'ti'.n.tlwho haVo been In close touch with tho
uuuan ucicgaies mui mvy win rec
ommend tho ncccptanco of tho Piatt
amendment by tho consttut'onal con
vention when they return to, Havana.
Kecrtnry Hoot has mado it plain to
them that tho amendment Is tho Unit
ed States policy,
Tho business of tho commission Is
r,VuruhJh.;i:n1KHf,,J now practically finished nnd tbo mom
as easily as cas, anils tu u. a bers expect to lcavo Washington to-
iicnttr m every stinapoint we ,iv or tomorrow. Thoy hnvo receiv
ed an Invitation from tho Grant mem
orial Association of Now York, to bo
present at n dinner nt tho Waldorf
Astoria tonight which they probably
cannot nccept. Another invltntlon
comes from n number of Now Yorkers
Inteiested In business in Cuba, for n
lamps ani rep'af In? them with this
lamp, not merely because II costs
rbout one-lenth as much to main
tain (cost Is no object to some p i
fie) but, be.lia b.lnc Infinitely
cheaper, It la more brilliant ani
more reliable In the larealn II la a
revelation to everyone who uses It.
ard simply demonstrates that the
old-tashlon.i lairp was a barbar
ous contrivance. THBASOLSLIMP
never smokes, smells or irlves any
Ornnd Selection Two Hostile Ilroth-
(n) Mlklol (b) lllkl no Mo A'u.
Miss J. Kelilna.
(c) Pollpiimehnnc, (d) Main I ke Ao.
Mrs. N. Alapal.
Medley The Winner Mackle
Waltz El Paso tnew) Anthony
(Invottc Dawn of I.ovo Tobanl
March Ma Rainbow Coon .... Sloane
"The Star Spangled llanner."
Prizes : 1st, $15 ; 2nd, $10 ; 3rd, $5.
licALtns in nii.icirii.t uiui.iif. ifutKciy, naincis, sa.dici in. kraMi,, nu,i , mvu- ,- --.-
steais, Trunks, Valises, Mattings, hale,. Linoleums Powder ard Caps, General HarJw.r and Plantation , dinner nt SUCh tlmo as they may llO'
slgnnte. They will nccept tills mvitn
WtUmmWIEdmtU A I al3ffa7 TaJ
irnmwmmrm .nmvtsKm i '.
llilll 1 1 H ii i i
' rf frP,hinilIi.lpnrs7r.r
v '. ' 1 .. . : :
recommended to buim up
SBrtRfihe 'convalescent, strcntf.li.'.n thp
weak and OVeKvorhed.'and DrotJiire.'soniifl-.
. H . nr-' ' ' - .
FOR SALE EVERYWHERE
Grass Linens in All Colors.
Sandal Wood Boxes. Pongee Silks
For Gentlemen's Suits and also In lighter weights.
MERCHANT TAILOR, A large variety of cloths made up In the
GrOO XSklxXX, 1U6 Nuuanu St.
To Flout the Mnlnc.
Chicago, April 2G. "Wo expect to
linvo tho battleship Mulno nlloat and
ready for business again some time
next fall. Sho was not so badly dam
aged when nho was sunk ns Is gener
ally supposed and repalr can bo easi
ly accomplished." Thus Bpoko New
ton P. Chamberlain, who Is engaged
In raising tho wreck of tho battleship
in Havana hnibor, nnd who has Just
returned fium Cuba on n short busi
South Afrtcnn I'lnnn.
London, April 20. Mr. Chamber
lain, tho Colonial Secretary, Informed
a questioner In tho House of Com
mons todny that the Government did
not propose tn Inaugurate, n full
scheme of civil ndmlnlstrntlnn In
South Africa during Sir Alfred Mil
ner's absence, which would bo of a
short duration. Tho work of reorgan
ization would progress, however, on
tho )lnos laid down by Sir Alfied,
whoso place an llrltlsh High Com
missioner would bo temporarily filled
by Lord Kitchener.
The ever popular Rainier beer la be
coming a household word and "will
you have a glass of Seattle," is mora
often heard than anything olse. Ths
Criterion Saloon has the beer on tap or
Manila. April 20. Owln.j to his
Illness, tho appointment of Hrlgadler
Gcnernl William Ludlow to bo Mili
tary Governor of the Department of
the VlEayas lias been revoKed. A
board of Burgeons has made an ox-1 Worcs w uclme fomo o ia v,-ork
UIIUIIUIIUU Hint ll'liwilB lllUL uuiiumi
Kllnliiinu Apt League.
r, Howard Hitchcock, tho artist,
wishes It understood that no inoro pic
tures for tho spring exhibition of thn
Kllohnna Art Lciguo will be received
lifter 5 o'clock on Wednesday next.
It will undoubtedly be Interesting to
art enthusiasts to know that Theodote
Ludlow suffered from nn attack of
grip and locnllzed congestion, which
hns developed Into a dangertus caso
of tuberculosis, General Ludlow will
return to tho United States by tho
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UOKtTIC Tftt)( C" k.t,iJ,'l.A4 fRAhflilli
In tho spring exhibition.
Open to the Public
MEALS AT ALL HOURS FROM 6:30
A. M. TO 1 1 P. M. fcUROI'UAN PLAN.
W. C. ACHI & CO.
Brokers & Dealers
I3T W will lln or Left rtoai Estate Is
ill parts ol ths gronp.
XW We will Bell Properties on Hmod
tble Commissions 1
3FFICE. 10 West Kihg Street
Real Estate Broker
223 MERCHANT ST.
a New Lot of . . .
Key West and
Beaver Lunch Rooms
H. J. NOl.TE.
(FOBUCBir THE EAOU)
OYHTIili AND CHOP HOUSE.
OPEN NIGHT AND DAV.
Binr lusoacEN Proprietor.
HOTEL STHCET. near Nuuanu, neat door to Paddy
Kan a Lncor. ibis- m
Art Bmbroldery Taught.
Tho use of tho Singer In millions of
homes shows tho unprecedented suc
cess of these Ideal sewing machines.
It Is convincing proof that tho Singer
excels in all kinds of family sowing
and art needle work. All our sowing
machines nro of tho best construction,
beautifully dccointcd, and aro mounted
on selected .woods In llnely finished
cabinets of artistic design, II. Her
gertcn, ngent, ld.fc nethel streot, 1', O.
Lessons In ART EM11UOIDERY Trill
oe given by Mrs. II. H, Williams at the
City rurnlture Store, Kort atreet.
first Class stamping done.
MRS. H. H. WILI JAME.
Honolulu Iron Works C'
Improved and modern SUGAR MA
CH1NKRY of every capacity and de
scrlptlon mado to order. Holler trori
and RIVKTUD PIPES tor Irrlgttloi:
purposes a specialty. Particular attrn
tlon paid to JOD WORK, snd repair,
executed at shortest notlco
Property In town and suburbs
and HOUSES TO LET.
T. R. MOSSMAN
Real Estate Agent
Abstractor nrf r
Searcher ol Tills .
FRED J. CROSS,
Consulting and Hnrorlntondlnif
Electrical ? Hydraulic
Eloctro Hydraulic Power TrRiutniwiIcn
KKPORTb ANI) 1STIMATEH
KUUNIflHKl). . . .
With Catton-Noil Co., Queen streot.
Office next to Poi..aioe. 1231
A. Harrison Mill Co.
ESTIMATES rUDMSHEtl ON ALL KINDS OF
Brick unci Stone Work
Manufacturers of Doors, Sashes and
Frames, Hilt ds, Mouldings, Ilr.ickets, and
All Kind of Wood Work. Finish Turning
KAWAIAIIAO ST., KHWALO,
Tel. Whltej I'. O, Box ;.
.LA MES T. TAYLOR,
M.An Sc. C B.
3011 Judd Illbci:. Tolfl. 633.
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