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EVENING BULLETIN. HONOLULU, H. T., WEDNESDAY. MAY S, 1901.
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Sachs' Store Neys
Every woman knows that the finest all linen hand
kerchiefs are the Irish .Linen kfnd. We have an Immense
assortment for you to choce from at prices that will ea.sily
loosen your purse strings. They" are all hemstitched.
I. SO per dozen
83.00 per dozen
You know how comfortable they are on an ocean
oyage. No need to say anymore about that part. They
are large sizes Heavy Cimel's Hair with Scotch plaid
Also Golf Shaws -'plain on one
side and plaid on the other.
Prices $3.SO to 3S.OO.
Here's a Ribbon Snap.
For one week only we ill sell all Silk, Satin and
Moire Ribbons 4 Inches wide -at 38c per yard.
Regular price SOc per yard.
Wt tuv Ure arktyof
the nevifsl r'l tn " -'
sign In while ani color i
SWISS. Jotttl nJ figurf J,
These beautiful cooJ rt o
Inches J. Price rer)ri
35:, 43C, 50C, 60C, 65c.
N. S. Sachs Dry Goods Co.,
SHREVE & CO.,
'To facilitate trade with the Hawaiian Islands, will deliver all goods
purchased or ordered of them, free
Honolulu, or returning same to San
selec' jn to those known to the firm, or who will furnish satisfactory
refe.ences In San Francisco.
Jewelers, Gold and Silverware Manufacturers,
Market & Post Sts., 6. P.
Illustrated CATALOGUE and prices furnished upon receipt of request. We have
the largest manufactory of Jewelry and Silverware west of New Yotk CltVi and are
prepared to turnlsh special delgn.
TTieLightThat Never Ms
The Angle LAmp
ALSO CARRA COOD STOCK OF HAMCWi..
AGENTS FOR Sterling Lubricating; Oil, C'rlphos, Alen Cemint, PortUnJ Cmnt. Clint PowJtr
Co Dlcki Oa'tta BfltlnK. Rocht Harbor Lima O tw Home atwinz Machinal and Pan-Amtrlcan Hani
UfcAltRs IN Agateware, Gtaaawara, Crovnery. Hirntji. Salilef anJ Leathri, Ruts. Bran Dl
tteadi, Trunkt. Vallats, Matllnti. bafei, Linoleum Powier and Capt, General Harlwar and Planution
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tAAXU Tin A AkOtaaarntL
jfrcshinieejir . . ,.
FOR SALE EVERYWHERE
Grass Linens in AH Colors.
6andal Wood Boxes. Pongee Silks
For Gentlemen's Suits and also In lighter weights.
MERCHANT TAILOR, A larce variety of cloths made up In the
GrOO lES.XXXr, ni6 Nuuanu St.
Q3.7S per dozen
Laces and Insertions
Our tto:k of Fine lacei lih
Insertion! to match U a tty
Mgt one In fact e telle e.
thf finest In Honoutu.
of all charges for transportation to
Francisco. Goods will be sent on
Another Large Shipment
of Angle Lamps.
"THE ANGLE LAMP"
THAT NEVER FAILS.
It teems almost IncreJ tie that
any Ian p couM tc rjoyj enough to
tak the place of electricity on even
terms, yet such Is the case Kh the
ANGLE i a, hp. All over the Istanis
people are threwtn aay their o d
lamps anJ replacing them with this
tamp, not merely because It cohts
bout one-tenth as much to main
tain (cost Is no object to some pe
pie) but, beIJ blnjf infinitely
cheaper, It Is more brilliant and
more reliable In the bargain It Is a
revelation to every one who uses It,
ard simply demon it rates that the
old-fashioned lamp was a barbar
ous contrivance. THE ANOIE LAMP
never smokes, smells or elves any
trouble Is lighted and extinguished
as easily as gas, and Is the IJea
light fr. m every standp tint We
carry theie lamps IromSi Soup,
T. H. Davies & Co., Ltd.
S rprnmmpniipi tn hiiilfl nn
BThp HtvMcs.tut bhenntflhen lio "
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White Lotus Day to
Tho Honolulu branch of the Theo
Bonlilcal Society wilt commemorate
White Lotus Day 'this evening w'th
oxcrcltcs at Foster hull on Niiiinnti
street. Tho program will ho r.s fol
Opening Address "Object of Meeting'
Dr. A. Mui'qucs.
Beading "Ilhagavld Olta"
Mrs. Von Hasslochcr.
Heading "Light of Asia"
Mrs. 0. M. 3hurp.
Heading "Voice of tho Silence'' ..
Mr. K. C. Moon.
Music Instrumental Trio Fluto
Viola nnd Guitar .... "Troatorj"
Messrs. Drsky, Rosen nnd Marques.
Address II. I'. II. nnd Her Work
Mrs. K. II. Dals.
Knowledge Wo Owe to Theosophy.
Tho White Lotus. Dr. A. Marques.
Quotations from II. P. II. Members
Situation of the T. S. Mrs. K. C. Howe
Music (by request "Au Itevolr"..
Notice of appearance for W. A. Hen
fsh.il! ns attorney has been filed by
Philip I.. Weaver In tho case of Wing
Wo Tal & Co. vs. tho Alliance rsur.
nnco Co., and Wing Wo Tnl H Co. s
tbo Iloyal Insurance Co.
Discontinuance was filed ynfirdny
by W. It. Castle, trustee, nnd plMntlrt
In tho suit of Castle vs. Knplolarl Estate.
.Muwim in am nir inui luriiinuti iuu - and even could it have hem done, cu
ease of E. II. P. Wolters vs. F. II. lied-1 gncs rou,i not havc (,., piac,., ,,r
ward, on tho ground thnt tho plnlntlfl surtiona used so ns to Ret a stream.
was about to depart for Oernnnv. vvrs
.... ..v.. w u,-. .-. - , hu Uilval ujurunv .i uinuu 11
denied yesterday by JmlRO Hu-mhrcvsujci, n8 qu(kly as possible, and
on the firound that tho affidavit was lu. ti,nt coi,i iaXtf hcn done was do
W. 1 C. Hnsson has been appointed
Kiiardlan of the estate of Paul It. Has-
son. his deceased son.
The United States Marshal has made
a requisition on tho United States department to merited criticism.
Treasury for tho sum of St.flOO. with Tue Uuutln Is requested to publlfh
which to nav claims of crand nnd netlt v.iu ,...,.,.n i i.ti. , 11,,. n
Jurors for service during the Mny term.ldcnnrtmcnt nml had the critics known
Answer nns necn nicti uy me ueien-
. . . .--..,. .
tlant In the nylt nt equity of fawrenco
H. Deo vs. T. J. King. The nnswor seta
forth the details of n transaction by
which the parties to tho suit purchased
of J. C. Rlerdon the business of the
West Disinfecting Company, the de
fendant taking n three-fourths Interest
In tho same. It Is al'eged that this
deal was repudiated by the West Dis
infecting Company's htnd offices and
thnt subsequently, In October. 1SDS.
King was made sole agfnt of the con-l
cern In Honolulu. Tho answer denies
thnt the plaintiff has any Interest In
this agency or any right to participate
In tho management of tho business.
It Is also alleged thnt tho plaintiff
wns tendered the amount paid by him
originally for aniterlals turned ocr by
Itlerdon, but thnt thn samo ni re
fuged. The defendant admits that ho
has refused to account to plaintiff con
cerning the business of his agency.
The Hoard of Education met In
regular session yesterday afternoon.
Members present 'wero: Superinten
dent A. T. Atkinson. V. D. Alexander,
Mrs. W. W. Hall, Mrs. E. W. Jordan,
inspector T. II. Gibson and Secretary
C. T. Rogers.
The report of the tcachcrB' com
mittee, was adopted as submitted, ap
proving tho following appointments:
Miss Teulra Henry, bsslstant In the
Rojal school; Mrs. Kloru Sinclair, as
sistant tn Kaahumanu school In place
of Miss Mueller, resigned; Miss Ednu
Scoby, assistant Pauua school; S. C.
Ulddell, I.anul, beginning May 1; Mrs.
J. I.. Coyney, substltuto for Miss Ma
puann Smith In Kalulanl school; Mrs.
I.llla 0. Marshall, assistant In Normal
school to succeed Miss Susan U, Clark;
Miss Mary C. Swain, additional assist
ant at Lniipahoehoo; Miss Iy Olrvln,
tn the Normal school In place of Mrs.
Wood who Is taking a acatlon; An
drew Wallace at Hampepe In placo ofl
Miss TronurldKo; Miss Kllzabeth lilt
1 mid, nslstant nt Hnnoulliill, to ric-
ceed Miss Addlo Kaimer, resigned.
A lcao of absonco was granted to
W. I). Totter of tho Lahalnaluna Semi
Termlsslnn wns granted M. P. Scott
to nioe Pahofhoo school to Hoohualon,
The application of Theo. Richards to
lease a part of the Kauluuela school
site was taken under consideration.
Tho annual thanks offering services
nf the Woman's Ilnr.nl of Missions wa
held In Central Union (.lunch yester
day afternoon nnd wns ery well at
tended. Mrs. J. M, Whitney read an
article entitled "Journal fiom n Mis
slonary In Mlcionesln." Tho principal
event of tho afternoon was a paper
written by Mrs. Thwlng nnd entitled
"Reminiscences of Personal WoiK In
China." Tho paper was read by Miss
Hertrude Whltrmnn on account of tho
unaioldnhlo absence of Mis. Thwlnu
When tho annual prnta" and thanks
giving offeilng was token up It w.i
found thnt tho handomo turn of $'.'J1
had been contributed.
tie -i RUPTURE QLMI)
J iL VI( r C aWLTIAJCrtO
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r.rj.urv WraAw mnwi in mm i r vat
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l ItBltTIC IHJS8 C l,.itiirk,ijim tlHiniktllCU
I LI 1 ""tin 1'" ' IIIIIC! lit
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i-3W.:,'Tr1 orl Mmut rulum I'fi.Ni
. cRstht i i iirvvrifcr ii'
IILu.LI.I V. ( (rlvlnn fill I It f, n ifitkiti lilla! IiuIIuhIi
It li a rare, nfe an 1 qnlck rcrredj t
Tl, ONLY ONE
p Porry Davis'.
Twu o'ze,, Sic. aji.l ftoc
DEPARTMENT WAS RIGHT
The Acting Chief Thurston of the
Honolulu Fire Department desires tho
Bulletin to con ecu tne statements
made ns to the action of tho depart
ment nt the li of pert street fire, and
claims that the albgcl criticisms were
unjust, nml made by parties who know
nothing of tho facts.
The alarm was not rent In until af
ter It w-ns exldent that thn house was
doomed. When the department reach
ed nn thing like the neighborhood of
the fire, the homo was In flames. Thete
was no trouble In finding a hydrant,
for ex err man knew tho location of
each one in. or ecn near that lclult.
As far ns running the hoso Into tho
reservoir Is concerned, such a thing
was lmposlble beciiuae the condition
of the roads v, ere truth that It was al
most impossible to reach the reservoir,
Tj10 Dfrcat bj (Irani was taken and
. ... ... ...
t LUllL llllllll 1.U.17 U'lll UUllt; HUl UMill'.
lBnd that was to rme surrounillnj; prop'
rty T, CI1(;nt.3 nomc-tlilng
i1Ko four lnnSi nml tf,e timo ost n a
(utllo nttcmnt to act them ui such a
,,.,, 1,111 um.1,1 imvn Kiiliiiwiwi thn!
lnc nelEbborhood they must reallzo
that tho wperslons were unmerlti'.
ACCIDENTS WILL MAFPHN
Man wasn't made, to suffer, but ac
cidents will happen, nnd to meet such
cases, Nnturo designed tho roots,
herbs, gums and leaves for tho heal
ing of tho nation. Naturo's way to
treat a cut, brulso or a burn, Is to
cleanse, draw nnd heal, nml that's tho
y KIckapoo ,niIlnn Salvo nctsjUst
ns nature nets. It acts thnt way, be
cause It Is Nature's own remedy, com
pounded trom matciials gathered In
Nature's Infnllble laboratory; unadul
terated, pure and simple. Tho samo
Ingredients found in KIckapoo Indian
Saho wero In use for centuries before
tho Red Men divulged It to tho Palo
I'ace. They healed nations ages ago,
they act tho samo today. Hobron
Drug Co , ngents for the KIckapoo In
Thoso wishing reliable horses, ex
perienced drivers, new rigs, fair prices
and courteous treatment should call ul
the Territory, Stables. Their tolephono
number Id Main 35. They deliver and
call for rigs free of charge.
3 the best In r J(1BljH
, seventy years -r-8 WJfSf
t i mg -..,
W. C. PEACOCK & CO., LTD ,
HAWAIIAN TOBACCO CO., Ltd.,
Corner Merchant nnd Nuuunu Sts.,
alsno MOTEL. ST., opposite Bothtal
Office 'Phone, 390
SaVe YOUr Wife Many Steps by Installing
A House Telephone from
Upstairs to Kitchen,
You will never House to Servants' Quarters,
part with it. House to Stable, Etc.
We will Install two 'phones complete under a g tarantee at a price well,
you c.mnot afford to be without them.
The Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.,
A I liken Street
75 and 79KIng8trof
TKLHPHONE SO. 81.
VOW Is tho time to got laU i
brxkRKs w'n to, nd you
Roofs Put In OrtU
By oompotont worltpi
SHEET METAL WORKS
H. W. BARTH.
'Galvanized Iron Skylights and Ventilator
Conductor Pips and Gut'er Work.
Richard Street, tet. Quten ani Merchant onolutu.
Jobbing lroairtly allenea lo
Tel. White 41. P. O. Bn 270,
Notice to Property Owners.
I hae In my employ FOUR HRST
CLASS I'LUMIlL'KS from the Coist. I am
now ready to figure on your work at the
lowest prices. My men are Union Men.
Give me a trial.
C. H. BROWN,
Territory Stable. King St.
The following bicycles are now at tne
Police Station and owners can have them
bv proving property and pa) Ing expenses
Tribune, No, 4750; Columbia, No. 8:04
Columbia, No. 61 if; Eldredge No. 24710,
Imperial. No. usci 1716-11
In conaequenc of the appointment nf
the H n. Geo. Geir to the Circuit Bench
as 2nd Judge, the tirm of Davis and Gear
I itl.nlirtl. Cm 1 llivl. . Ill nm.
.the vime offices and continue the active
practice of his profession. iSoy-tf
Works 'Phone, 389
Beer and Wine Daaler.
IMPORTKHB, AMP WltOLKSAr.X
Aetata lor the Borletl Maimer Beer ol Seattle
No. 19 Nuuanu Hthrrt
Poater Block. HoxoLUlU, HtWAIIAK lllAtiei.
P O Hu in, MtitoalTelethore ic
SODA WATER CO., Ltd.
Corner Allen and Fort Sts., Honolulu.
Gonsalves & Co.,
WHOLESALE GROCERS '
AND WINE .MERCHANTS.
32? Queen St.. Honolulu. H. I
No Beer to Burn,
But Beer to Beat the Band
Large invoice Of
IN DRAUGHT AND BOTTLE
It has'nt come to stay ; it's goint;
fast, but there's more com-
ing every month.
L H. BEE. Prop.
VERY LATEST DESIGNS
In Pins, Rlngi, Brooches,
Links, an J ever thing car
ried by a first-das jeweler,
H. G. BIART,
1010 TORT STREET.
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