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EVENING BULLETIN. HONOLULU. H. T., TUESDAY. MAY 14, 1901.
Sachs' Store News
Every woman knows that the finest all linen hand
kerchiefs are the Irish Linen kind. We have an immense
assortment for you to choose from at prices that .will easily
loosen your purse strings. They are all hemstitched.
01. SO per dozen 92.70 per dozen
93.00 perdozen Q3.SO per dozen
You know how comfortable they are on an ocean
voyage. No need to say anymore about that part. They
are large sizes Heavy Camel's Hair with Scotch plaid
Also Golf Shaws plain on one
side and plaid on the other.
Prices S3. SO to 9S.OO.
Here's a Ribbon Snap.
For one week only we will sell all Silk, Satinnnd
Moire Ribbons 4 inches wide at 38e per yard.
Regular price BOc p'er yard.
Wt havt a lirgt variety of
the newest pittirni anJ J
ilgnt In white nJ colored
SWISS, dotted and figured,
These beautiful goods art 90
Inches wiJt. Price per yard
Laces and Insertions
Our ttock of Fin Laces lih
Insertions to match Is a very
large one In lactwt believe,
the tinett in Hono ulu.
HAWAIIAN JOCKEY CLUB
WILL RACE THREE DAYS
Many Fine Races on the Program
Which Has Been Arranged-New
Members Are Elected and
Large Purses Hung Up.
N. S. Sachs Dry Goods Co.,
Millinery After - Thoughts.
The Fashion Creators thought out some bright, new
Ideas after Easter ,We have received six cases i f them.
Pietty fancies that art alioreiher
charming; plain or flguiei.
While or black, and colors.
Every woman locs a pret y Hand-
1 kerchief. Come and tee ours Fine
la:t and fai cy embroidered eJges,
Yob Need Hosiery
OF COURSE YOU DO.
Every woman dres. and the prettier
the Stockings are, the more the
wants them : es ecUlly hen
crossing muddy street.
And Hose Supporters
The kind that faven unto th front
of the corset. We hive them In all
colors of wlk elastic.
THE M. E. KILLEAN CO., LTD.
Another Large Shipment
or Angle Lamps.
"THE ANOLE LAMP"
THAT NEVER FAILS.
ft seems almost Incred bit that
any lamp could be good enough '0
tak the place ntelectrlcltr on even
terms, yet such is the case Mh the
anolbiamp. All over the Islands
people are th'cwlng a ay thi Ir o d
lamp and replacing then with this
laaip. not erely wcauw It costs
1 bout one -tenth as muchtonatn
tain (cost Is no object to tome pe
pte) but. be Id bilng Infinitely
cheaper, it Is mora brilliant and
more reliable In the bargain ,lt li a
revelation to every one who uses It,
and simply demonttrales that the
o1d-fahlond lamp vat a barbar.
ous contrivance. THIANOIIUMP
never smokes, smells or fives any
trouble. I lighted and extinguished
at easily as gas1, and Is the Idea
light frt m every ttandp tint, Wt
carry thee lamps from $1 .80 up.
T. H. Davies & Co., Ltd.
AGENTS FQ(t Slcrllnf Lubricating Oils. 'ailptii. Alttn Cemint, PortlanJ Cement, Mint PowJrr
"3 !r?'r-'lim leaB
HAWAIIAN TOBACCO CO., Ltd.,
Corner Merchant nnd Nuuunu Ht.,
nlwo HOTIiL ST.. opponlto Bethel.
ALSO CARRY A GOOD STOCK OF HANGfKk
SIArO AM) HAND LAMPS,
New Home bewing Machines and Pan-American Hand
TiUaI l-OC IM liaiaiu. fZl at aiuia. u . U. C.llUa ant la(k.s. Duata Dtaaa Da 4.
steads, Trunks, Valises, Mattings, bales, Lin? I turn Powder and Caps, General Hardwar and Plantation
Co . lkk Ba'ata B.ltinc, Roche Harbor 1
ASPLE NDID TQNIC
Is' recommended to build no
kLBnaPrthR ChtiVfiltnteut s-tvpntfthfnthp
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wean aim uyerwQnteq.anu prQauce,souiia
FOR SALE EVERYWHERE
Grass Linens in AH Colors.
The Hawaiian Jockey Club met Inst
night and adopted the following pro
tram for the three days' racing:
1. Union Feed Company's Cup, half
mile dish, free for all; purso $100,
2. 2:40 class, trotting and pacing,
best two heats In three; purse $150.
3. Fire furlongs dnsti, Hawaiian
bred; purse $100.
4. California Feed Company Cup,
trotting and pacing, Hawaiian bred,
free for all, purse $150.
5. Wnlknpu Cup, six furlongs dash,
free for all; purso $iC0. Winner of
cup to heat Venus' record of 1:10.
6. ltatnlcr Cup, trotting and pacing,
free for all, best two heats In three;
7. Tactile Mall Steamship Company'
Cnp, one mile dash. Hawaiian bred;
S. 2:24 class, trotting and paHng,
best two heats In three; purs J!.0.
9. Four and one-half furlongs dash,
free for all; purse $100.
10. Roalta Challenge Cup, one mile,
free for all; purse $200; $50 added If
Vlorls' record of 1:45 bo beaten.
11. Three-eights mile dash, free for
all; purse $75. .
12. Thrco-elghts mile dash, polo
pontes, owners up; cup value $50.
FIIIDAY, JUNE 14.
1. Half mile dash, Hawaiian bred;
2. Merchants' Purse, 3:00 class, trot
ting and pacing, best two heats In
three; purso $150.
3. Fire furlongs dash, free for all;
4. One mile dash, tree for all; purso
5. Gentlemen's driving race, ono
mllo heat, free for all, amateur driv
ers, open to members of the Hawaiian
Jockey Club; cup valuo $50.
C. Criterion Cup, ono and one-half
miles dash, free for all; purse $200.
SATURDAY, JUNE 15. ,
1. One and one-sixteenth miles, hur-
llo race, free for. all, four hurdles;
2. Six furlongs dash, free for all;
3. 2:14 class, trotting and pacing,
best three heats In Ave; purso $200.
4. One mllo dash, Hawaiian, bred;
5. Consolation race, one mile, for
non-winners; purse $100.
C. Jockey Club Cup, ono and one
quarter miles handicap, free for nil,
weights to bo announced the previous
evening; purso $200.
7. Pony race three-eighths mllo
dash, fourteen Hands ur under; purso
Enerles close on Saturday, Juno 8.
Everything now points to a very
successful race meet, as the above pro
gram will furnish plenty of fine sport.
Section 1, Rulo 9 of the National
Trotting Association rules, prohibiting
a man to enter more than one horse
In the same race has been temporarily
A liandtcapper will be appointed In
the near future by tho executive com
mittee, which will nnnounco the handi
caps shortly before th race.
The following new members were
elected: W. II. Smith. W. II. Mcln
erney, C. J. Hutchlns, K. H. I.ukcr. C.
II. nrown, J. C, Cohen. C. H, V. Nor
ton, Lieutenant Hancock and Tom Hoi
linger. Circuit Court YcHtcrdny.
Tho trial of the caso nf M. M. Kohn
vs. I.. II. Deo in the Circuit Court came
abruptly to an end yesterday when It
was discovered that the court had no
Jurisdiction. The case was nn appall
from tho Honolulu District Court. The
appeal was Imporfpctly drawn, a fict
which was not discovered until tho
rase had been taken under advisement
by the Jury. Tho case was withdrawn
from tho Jury nnd dismissed loavlnc
the Judgment of the court below to
stand. Andrews, Peters & Andrade
for plalntlrf; Magoon & Thompson for
In tho estate of Oeorgo Mclnnts, Da
vid Dayton, ndmlnlstrntor has tiled nn
Inventory showing personal effects,
some California securities and n deed
amounting to tho sum of $2240.
Petition for npproval of final ac
counts and discharge has been filed by
David Dayton, guardian of A, A, Dol-ron,
LW STOMACH tft
belching and sourmsW the stomach cause
rruch suffering. Hrt;ltet'sSt mch Bitters
will p'tvent such trouble. It cleanses the
blood of all Impuritlts, krtps the stomach
In gooJ order and varJ off attacks of dys
pepsia, !ndlgetlon smi bll nusiiess. Every
body needs It t prvei't i ervousness and
Insomnia and to kern III- bowels rri-nhr
See that our prlvu te revenue stump
covers the neck of the Dottle.
TRY IT FOR H0816"618
FEVER AND AGUE. Bitters
Office 'Phone, 390
Works 'Phone, 389
SaVe YOUr Wife Many Steps by Installing
A House Telephone from
Upstairs to Kitchen,
Yon win never House to Servants' Quarters,
part with it. Housrto Stable, Etc.
We will Install two 'phones complete under a r larantee at a price- -well,
you Cannot afford to be without them.
The Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd,
Hawaiian Buckeye s
Tho home tff Dr. nnd Mrs. Whitney
was thrown open to rccelvo the mem
bers of the Iluckeye Club last evening.
Thoro were over thirty present nnd tho
evening was n delightful one to nil.
The rooms and Iannis were brightly
decorated and Illuminated and tables
with tempting refreshments were ar
ranged! nt he dlnlngr 00m.
There wero scvcrnl musical numbers
on tho program. The feature of tho
evening was an Ohio lcmlnlsccnco by
Rev. Mr. nice. The talk was listened
to with tho greatest Interest,
Tho following resolution engrossed
In artistic style, was adopted and or
dered forwarded to tho President:
Honolulu. T. II.. May. 1901.
Tho lluckcyo Club of Hawaii' to the
Ohio Society of California Greet
ing and Congratulations upon the
Auspicious Kvent Which It has the
Honor to Celebrate.
In Its distinguished guest, tho Presi
dent, we recognize the highest typo of
American mnnhood Ohio's most Illus
trious son nnd a ruler whom nil true
Americans delight to honor.
To the members of the Cabinet, the
Governor of Ohio and his staff, the
Congressional delegation', tho Ohio So
ciety of California and all who hnva
Journeyed across tho continent to par
ticipate In the launching of tho Ohio,
tho loyal sons and laughters of the
lluckcyo Stato sojourning In Hawaii
offer Aloha, and urge them to stay not
their westward rourso until their feet
shall stand where tho Kast meets the
West In this "Paradise of tho Pn'cltlc."
HuckeycB nlways "follow the linn."
From Apr'1 let
to April 30 1 h
W. H. THONE, Proprietor.
Prizes : 1st, $15 ; 2nd, $10 ; 3rd, $5
Open to the Public
MEALS AT ALL HOURS FROM 6:?o
A. M. TO II P. M. EUROPEAN PLAN.
Beer and Vine Dealers.
IatromTBBI, AND WUOLBIALS
Wine anfl Liquor Dealers.
Aiwtt lot dla Bottl4 Ralalat Baar at taattla
No. 18 Nuuaho Htbbet
Paataf Block, Honolulu. Hawaiian hum,
P. O. Boa i . Mutual TalatSona
The ever popular Rainier beer Is be
coming a household word and "will
rou have a glass ot Seattle," Is mors
iften heard than anything else. Ths
Criterion Saloon bat the beer on Up or
Prof. Max von Pettcnkofer, professor
of hygiene at Munich, one of tho great
est chemists of tho nineteenth century,
nnd the founder of tho science of ex
perimental hygiene, killed himself with
a revolver recently. Ho was 83 years
of age, and had given way to nielan
choly because ho felt that his mental
powers were diminishing.
a New Lot of . .
Key West and
Beaver Lunch Rooms
H. J. NOLTE
(romnniY tMB tAOtt)
OYSTER AND CHOP HOUSE.
OPEN MIGHT AND DAY.
SODA WATER CO., Ltd.
Comer Allen and Fort Sts., Honolulu
Gonsalves & Co.,
AND WINE MERCHANTS.
22? Queen St., Honolulu. H. 1
No Boer to Burn,
But Beer to Beat the Band
LARGE INVOICE OP
IN DRAUGHT AND BOTTLE
It has'nt come to stay j It's golnij
fast, but there's more com-
Ing every month.
L H. PEE, Prop.
BILLY tUNOCBEN, Proplttor,
HOTEL STREET, near Nuuam), neat Joor la PalJy
Ryan'a "tncota" iSit m
A full line of HAWAIIAN VIEWS,
Shrlners are welcome to visit our
gallery and see the
to suit every
taste and every
purse : : : :
Lewers & Cooke,
Sandal Wood Boxes.
For Gentlemen's Suits and also In lighter weights.
.'MERCHANT TAILOR. A large variety of cloths made up In the
GOO ZSfeXXXf HIO Nuuanu St.
A Homcn mob unveiled a new brnnzo
fountain In tho Villa Kazlonalo by
forco recently. An Injunction had been
obtained nKalnat tho exhibition of tho
fountain, on tho ground that the naked
figures. of '.N'nliulR that adorned It were
Immoral, A rrowd armed with tools
marched tn tho nlaco and tnro down
tho boards that enclosed the fountain.
JiiViViViYiiViViiiViT E"2. to carry
tillktv P lili (wBWJwM Nothing but the finest grade of 'corn or
W. C. PEACOCK & CO., LTD . Sole Agents
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