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EVENING BULLETIN. HONOLULU, H. T., MONDAY, MAY 27, 1901.
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Sachs Store News
5 ol" Bargains
THIS WEEK ONLY
All the newest and dainty patterns that are the craze now,
marked at quick-selling prices.
New patterns, 31 Inches wide
Regularly solJ at 8 yards for
(1, reduced, thlsweeKonly.to
10 yards for $1.00
New patterns also, 36 Inches
wide, reduced, this week only,
from 15 cents per yard to
9 yards for $1.00
Well worth buying 31 Inches
wide, reduced from 8 yards lor
t, this week only, to
10 yards for $1.00
That beautiful fabric which
resembles fine lawn. Regul
arly sold at 0 yards for tx.oo
This week only, at
8 yards for $1.00
Are You Partial to Duck?
We mean Cotton Dress Duck ; it wears a long time,
looks well and washes "well. Our' patterns are new and
dainty white ground with black figures. We sell it re
gularly at ice per yard, but this week the price to you is
14 yards tor $1.00
, In Valencienne Laces
We are overstocked with these goods the finer qual
ities that cannot be matched elsewhere in Honolulu for
anything like our prices. This Is certainly a grand oppor
tunity to buy these firje laces, with insertions to match at
much less than their actual worth. Understand thoroughly,
this is not a sale of "cheap" laces as our prices would
indicate, but a special offering.
FOR THIS WBBK ONLY.
N. S. Sachs Dry Goods Co.,
1901. New, Stylish
and Nobby Shapes.
That's enough said.
Every woman knows
what Knox Hats are.
THE M. E. KILLEAN CO., LTD.
Another Large Shipment
of Angle Lamps.
"THE ANGLE LAMP"
THAT NEVER FAILS,
tt tttmt almost IncrtJiNe thtt
any lio-p could bt gou4 enough 10
tik the place of electricity on evn
terms, et k'tch It the cite lih the
angle lamp. All over the UUnJi
people are ihrtwlne aay thlr o 4
lamp and replacing them with this
lamp, not merely because It costs
row oncMenin as mucniomain
tain (cost Is no object to some d
pic) but, belJ tulne infinitely
cheaper, It Is more brilliant and
more reliable In tht largaln It Is a
ard simply dem novates that the
oUWithlomd lampat a barbar
ous contrivance. TUB ANCHE LAMP
never smokes, smells or vlves any
iroucie isiiniea and extmKuitned
ai easily as cas, and Is the Idea
light ffttn every tMnJpoInt We
carry these lanpt irom 91 Soup,
T. !!. Daiies & Co., Lid.
AGENTS FOR S'erls Lubricating Oils. 'arlphoi, Alsen Cemtnt, Portland Cement, GUnt Puwder
Co Micks rU'au fivlting, Rohe Hirbur time C' Sew Home bewinz Machines and I'lifAnmlcan Hand
IH SLLRs IS Acatewire, Glassware, Crovery, Harness, Saddles and Leathers, Rugs, brass Bel
ateads, Trunks, Valises, Maillnes, bales, Linoleums I'uwdtr and Caps, Gireral Hardwar and I'ltntanon
M trrTLE HEAT'
The Angle Law?
,ALS0nRyA GOOD STOCK Of HANttKL
$TAND AND HAND LArJ
1n 2 1 1 uUBmKVMm
Is recommended to build up
the convalescent, strontilhenthe
I'v -, " ' --j---, -..
yvvan aim uverovorHeq,ana prpauc sound .
FOR SALE EVERYWHERE
THEODORE W0RES SHOWS
GEMS OF BEST WORK
Call to See and Admire Dis
play on the Upper Floor
of the Progress
Those who hno Botourncd In Japan
nod have seen the quaint beauties a(
the Japanese people, their tcmplcJ,
and gardens and homes, will enjoy a
visit to room No. 11 in the Prosrcsi
block. Theodore Wores, acknowledge,
premier ns a painter of Japanese Ufa.
Is making a private exhibition of fifty
six paintings at tho aLovo nclilrcn
People who have never been to Japiu
will be seized with a desire to go, after
seeing the Wores collection of pic
tures. The Japanese scenes arc thf
more numerous and they afford tho
talented artist wide range for the exer
cise of his gifts. The reproduction of a
quaintly designed, glided nnd lacquered
and weather stained Iluddhlst temple,
upou canvas, has been done by Mr.
Woros to perfection.
If one. picfers the delineation of a
fleeting fancy, look at "In I-oUis I)ram
Land. There ore mists ami riwns
and strange aromas upon this n'v.u,
The collection comprises r-"i ex
cellent pieces representing s rurs In
California forests; also bits of tho rlcb
gardens farther south. The familiar
melancholy sombre shadows of an En
glish twilight, spreading over unfencct
hills and pastures, may be seen. Tlie
real element of nluc In every s-ene da
plctcd Is made fast to the canvas of Mr.
Wores. To view what he has done with
the bcnutlcs of other lands promises
much for the work he will do In Ha
waii. Mr. Wores has not ct com
pleted nny of his Hawaiian picture,
but will soon hao three or four ready
for Inspection. He sajs that nnturo
has juggled with color In Hawaii as
never beforo or elsewhere nnd ho hopes
to paint some many lined landscapes
that will surpass any of his previous
Tho private exhibition of Mr. Wores
pictures nt room 11, In the Progress
block, should pot be missed by a sin
gle lover of art In Honolulu.
HELEN COUGAR RETURNS.
Mr. Gougar and his renowned wife.
Helen M. Gougar, wero through passen
gers In tho Sonoma from Australia.
Mrs. Gougar talks jrloomlly- of tho
tuturo of Australia, saying that tho
labor element has complete control
and that drinking among men and wo
men Is moro common than In nny part
of tho world she had seen before. Sho
expressed surprise th.it lwllcl Is htlll
on tho Honolulu map and will tnKo
measures, when she gets home, to
arouse tho good people of tho Mainland
against tho plague spot. Sho depre
cates the Importation of Porto Means,
predicting that they will make tiou
blc for Hawaiian In the future.
New Territory for Uncle Sum
New York. May 18. AcortUnc
to a Journal and Advertiser dispatch
from Copenhagen, negotiations hate
been concluded with tho United States
by which tho latter acquires tho Dan
ish West Indies. Tho purchnso prlco
settled upon Is $1,000,000. Tho Danes
ar to trado under tho same tariff as
IsGESSLEKSs! will refund
!! MAGIC I
:I WATERS I: to cure,
if they fail
AT DEATH'S DOOR
San Francisco. May 1C. Mrs.
McKinlcy Is In tho Valley of tho shad
ow of death, and may pass away nt
any moment. This morning shortly
beforo tho dawn sho sank rapidly,
and t was feared sho would dlo beforo
restoratives coulj bo administered.
Dut sho responded to the powerful
heart stimulants which were given her.
and during tho day Improved to such
an extent thnt hopo for her recovery,
sllglit though It wns, revived. Tho
now treatment for low vitality, salt
solution Injections in tho veins, was
administered to Mrs. McKlnley and
sho responded to the treatment.
But her llfo hangs by a thrdad. Sho
has taken no solid fpod slnco she
I reached hero on Sunday, and the phy-
BltlUlIB I1U UUb UCIIUtU SI1U CUIIIM BUT-
vivo another sinking spelt such as
she experienced this morning
A special Western Union wlro wns
stretched Into th Scott house today,
and dlrpct telegraphic communication
established betwen the President nnd
tho Natlonnl Capital Secretary Cor
I telyou is thus enabled to notify Wnsh
ilncton of Mrs. McKlnlcy's condition
I without Intrusting his messngct to
I outside hands nnd n considerable sav
ing of time In their transmission will
intfo he ciiectcd.
San KrandSvO. May 18. At 8:
4ft secretnry rorteiyou gave out tho
Drs. Hlrschfclder, Gibbons and
dishing met Dr. lllxcv nt 8 a. m. and
found Mrs. McKlnlcy's condition de
cidedly Improved slnco Inst ovenlrg.
It has been decided that President
McKinlcy will inlt tho Union Iron
Works toda" to address tho working
men nnd witness tho launching of the
DEATH OF MRS. L. D. GAGE
Washington, May 17. Mrs. L mm J.
Gage, wife of tho Secretary of tho
Treasury, died at her residence, 1715
Massachusetts avenue. Northwest, at
9:30 o'clock tonight, after nn Illness
of nine weeks' duration. With her
when tho end came were her husband,
her married daughter, Mrs. C, P. Pierce
of Cvnnston, 111., nnd Dr. W. W. Johns
ton, tho attending physician. lor n
tlmo beforo her death Mrs. Gngo suf
fered much pain, hut she maintained
her bright and cheerful demeanor nnd
was conscious to the last,
Heart trouble, tho result of grip
complications, was tho Immediate
cause of death. Mrs. Gago was ex
posed to tho inclement weather for
about an hour on Inauguration day,
but at the time her health did not seem
to hnve been affected. On tho Uth of
March sho left here for Hvanston to
visit her daughter. Whllo there she
experienced n chill ami took to her bed,
but soon recovered sufficiently to re
turn to Washington, -where she had
been confined to her room ocr since.
Mrs. Gage was a native of Albany.
N. V., nnd CS years of ago. Sho wtis
married to Sect clary Gage In Denver
In 1887. There wero no children from
their union, Mrs. Plerco being n child
by a fonner husband, The remains
will bo Interred In Hose Hill cemetery,
near Chicago, Kuther than this the
funeral sen Ices have rot been arrang
ed. It Is probable, however, that re
ligious services of a nlmplo character
will be held at her former residence In
this city on Sunday morning. In which
event the body will leave hero by thi
morning trnln for Chicago.
HAWAIIAN TOBACCO CO., Ltd.,
Corner Alet-chnnt nnd Nuunnu 8ta.,
nlwo HOTEL. ST.. oppoMito Bethel
Office 'Phone, 390
Works 'Phone, 389
SaVe YOlir Wife Many Steps by Installing
A House Telephone from
Yon will never
part with it.
Upstairs to Kitchen,
House to Servants' Quarters,
nouse 10 otaoie, tic.
We will install two 'phones complete under a g inrantoe at a price- -well,
you cniiiior uiroru 10 Di witnout tliem.
The Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.,
TO CUItE A COLD IN ONE DAT
Tako Laxative Bromo Quinine Tabloti
All druggists refund the money if tt
falls to cure. E. W. Grove's signature
Is on each box. 25 rents.
Prl ft intA.
Take a rldo on tno Pacific Heights
Illcctrlc ttallway and enjoy tho un
surpassed vlow nf ocean, mountain and
valley. Honolulu looks Its test from
Pacific Heights. Round trip 10 cents.
to suit evcrv
taite anj every
purse : : : :
Lewers & Cooke,
urviiv ct r.niD
Member Stock and Bond Exchange.
AND DEALERS IN
INVESTMENT SECURITIbS ..
PutlcuUr nratlos flTM to ucm Mil l
Lout N(o:lu. Iiiln Ptnlfi SImi
408 California St..
Snn Franclncn, Ctrl.
A. C. LOVEKIN
STOCK AND B01D BROKE 1
REAL ESTATE AND
402 JUDD BUILDING
From ApHI l8t
to April UOlh
W. H. TIIONE. Procrlttor.
PrizMjJst, $15 ; 2nd. 510 ; 3rd, ?5
Open to the Public
MEALS AT ALL HOURS FROM G:)S
A. .M. TO 1 1 P. M. fcUROI'EAN pLANi
a New Lot of . . .
Key West and
Beaver Lunch Rpoms.
H. J. NOI 1 P.
Stock and Bond Broker
Maatxr of Htlly dteck Eicbtop.
Mclneruy llloeK. Fort Htront.
A. J. CAMPBELL,
Stook and Bond Brok
tUmln ! tt Hoiololu Sites lictuit
Office Qaeen street, oppaiilta Unlot
Tlin KAaMi. mll.lnn ... T f '
.. nivn.j cuiiiuu Ul 1UU ftVeUlD&
Bulletin gives a complete sumiuary"of
he news nf the dar.
(rOIPLY TUP MOLFl
OYSTER AND CHOP HOUSE.
OPEN NIC.IIT AND DAY.
siliv lu-xlcorv rrcpilFlor.
HOTEL STREET, ne.r Nuuantf, nAt door to PiiJy
kyin tncorM .Sift- m
A full line of HAWAIIAN VIEWS.
Shrlncrs are welcome lo visit our
gallery anil see the
Grass Liriens in AH Colors.
Sandal Wood Boxes! Pongee Silks
tjor Gentlemen' Suits and also In llfihter weights.
I ' All colors,
MERCHANTTAILOR, A laree variety of cloths nude up In the
V .latest styles,
C3r0 liiXX, 1HO Nuuanu St.
w r r -' d
hi-L f- m
when you Insist on gei'Ir.g Cyrus Noble Whiskey.
Leave experimenting to others. 1 Buy gooth
that you know are right.
For seventy years we have been trying to pro
iduce 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 sejectedgrain..
It is six years in wood. '
It wins on merit alone.'
W. C. PEACOCK & CO., Ltd.,
jjtaji 'tiiVtM . rt .i. iitnWiiw4iiirti in ,r
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