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BVEN1N0 BULLETIN. HONOLULU, H. T., TUESDAY, MAY 28, 1901.
Sachs Store News
5 Xo!" 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 sold at 8 yards for
f 1, reduced, this week only, 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 for
fi, this week only, to
10 yards for $1.00
That beautiful fabric which
resembles fine lawn. Regul
arly sold at 6 yards for li.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 IOC 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. 1 his is certainly a grand oppor
tunity to buy these fine 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.
FOK THIS WBBK ONLY.
N. S. Sachs Dry Goods Co.,
1901. New, Stylish
and Nobby Shapes.
1 hat's enough said.
Every woman knows
what Knox Hats are.
THE M. E. KILLEAN CO., LTD.
SENATE ADJOURNS OVER
Tho Senate bad a very short session
yesterday afternoon. Tbo first thing
done was the Introduction of a report
by the Public Health Committee of
which the following Is a brief sum
Salary of president of Hoard of
Health, 97,200. As there Is no provi
sion made by the Legislature creating
the ofllco as a salaried position, we
recommend that the Item be Btrlckcn
The salary of executive officer, $5,400,
and salary of purchasing agent, 4,000,
were recommended by tbo commute
to be combined at a salary of $C,000.
The Balary of secretary, $1,000; sal
ary of city sanitary oulcer, $4,200; sal
ary of food commissioner and analyst,
$4,200, wero recommended by the com
mute; to pa's as In tho bill.
All the Items relating to tho salaries
of physicians In the different districts,
were recommended to bo passed as in
tho bill, with tho following exceptions:
Physicians at Koloa and Llhue, Ka
uai, $1,100 each, to be combined tt a
salary of $2,400.
Walalua, Oabu, $1,200, to be reduced
to $9G0, as thcro Is a big plantation
there. which will give the physician an
amplo practice to make a good living.
Molokal, $1,400, to be increased to
$2, 100, ns tho Hoard stntes it could not
get anyone to take tho placo at the
The physlctnns at Lahalna, Maui.
$2,160, to bo reduced to $1.S00; Klhcl.
Maul. $1,800, to bo reduced to $1 140;
North Hllo, Hawaii, $1,800. to lw re
duced to $1,410: Hllo Hawaii, tl 200.
to bo changed to' Hllo and Olnu. Ha
waii. $1,800; South Kona, ll.iA-all,
I1.CC0, to be changed to 41,440.
Tho salary of bacteriologist aud
pathologist, $1,800. was recommended
to pass as In tbo bill.
Meat Inspector and veterinary, $!.-
S00, on recommendation by tbo Hoard,
was reduced to $4,200,
Veterinary surgeon, $1,200; jeclstrsr
of deaths etc., $2,400, to bo pafcMid ns
In tha bill
Three inspectors, at $2,400 ($7,2CU),
was changed to $2,100 ($0,480)
Three Inspectors, nt $1,920 ($o,7f.O),
was recommended to pass as in the bill,
Tho salaries of milk, fish and nsslgt-
nnt fish inspectors, wero recommended
to pass as in the bill.
The ofllco of nsslstnnt clerk, $1,200.
Janitor and messenger, $720, were com.
blncd at n salary of $1,CS0.
The salaries of stenographer, marguo
nttendaut, and officers for registered
women wero recommended to pass as
In tho bill.
Tho Item of non-leprous children.
etc., $2,400, was recommended to pass
on in thn bill.
Tho salary of superintendent of
sewers, $3,000, and Inspector of plumb
ing, $3,000, wero combined at a salary
of $4,200, and assistant of sowers, $3000.
Removing of garbage, $24,240, was
reduced to $18,840.
Operating excavator, $45,000. was re
commended to pass as In tho bill; seg
regation of lepers, $02,400. recommend
ing tho Item pnss at $00,720; mainten
ance of hospital, $4,200, to be reduced
to $3,840; superintendent and nsslst
nnts of Insano asylum, $30,88S, was
recommended to pass at $25,534
Another Large Shipment
Qf Angle Lamps.
"THE ANGLE LAMP"
I THAT NEVER FAILS.
It teens almoil tncreJiHe that
any lamp could be rou4 enough to
tik the place of electricity on even
terms, yet such Is the case hh the
ANGLE (.amp. All ovtf the Ulanli
reople are thrcwing ay trlro4
amps and replacing then with this
tamp, not merely tveause It costs
about one-ten ih as much to main
lain (com is no oo)eci to some pe .
pie) but, beUs tu.nfr infinitely
cheaper, It Is more brilliant and
more reliable" In the bargain It Is a
revelation to every one who uses It,
and simply demonstrates that the
oldfashlomd lamp as a barbar
ous contrivance. THB ANCHB LAMP
never smokes, smelts or elves any
iroucie. is ugnieg and txtinguisnea
a s easily as eas. and Is the Ilea
light In m every tandp ilnt. We
carry these lamps from 91. 8q up.
T. H. Davies & Co., Ltd.
.AGENTS FOR Sterllit Ubrlcallnf Oils, f Urlptioi, A1n Ctmsnt, Portland Count. Mini PowJei
Co . Dicks BiliU Baltlnir, Rocln Haibor llmi C' St Horn btwlnu Michlrm an4 Pan-Amnlcan HanJ
Tip . f-M IM Aatui.ra fllaaaui.M ".. . ., C, ,)...., I....... h n..
ttetJt, liurk., Vallui, Maltln, Saf, Llniteuroi Powder ana Cipi, General Hardwr. and Plantation
The Angle LAmp
.ALSO CARRA GOOD STOCK OF (MNONfiw
STAte AIB HAND lAtT$
M0YEMENTS0F THE BOERS
London, May 12. General Do Wet,
according to a dispatch to tlie Dally
Mall from Pretoria, has resumed oper
ations and Is reported to havo crossed
Into the Transvaal 'with 2000 men.
London, May 12. At a banquet of
the Cornish Association held In Lon
don last night Major General 1'olc
Carey said: "At the beginning of the
war, had the Boers fully realized their
strength and our unprepnredness, we
would have been driven Into Durban
and Capo Town, and we would havo
presented the spectacle of conquering
Africa from tho sea coast"
Hamilton, Bermuda, May 13. The
British Government has rented Tucker
and Morgan (Blands. to bo used ns de
tention camps for Boer prisoners. Ac
tive preparations continue at Darrcll's
Island, obtained for the samo purpose.
Durban, May 13. Mm. Louis Botha,
who has obtained consent to Interview
Mr. Kruger and urge him to ndvornto
peace, sailed today for Europe on tho
steamer Dunvegan CtiFtle.
London, Mny 14. Acotillcng to a dls
patco from rictcrmarltxburg to the
Dally Mall Lord Kitchener Is about to
try a new plan of burning the veldt In
order to compel the Ilo-rs to surrender.
London, May W- Lord Kitchener, In
a dispatch from 1'nttirla, dated May
12th, says: "Grcnfdl has occupied
Loulstrichart, captuilng fifty Boers,
with rifles. LoulHrlchart was pre
viously held by six British, with forty
"Other oolumns report right Boers
killed, twenty wounded, 132 prisoners,
twenty four Surrenders and a machine
gun, G.OO rounds of ammunition, 1C0
wagons and 870 horses captured,"
, London, May 10. An unconfirmed
report has been received from Hosmrad
that General De Wet, with a small
commando and a "long torn," lias
crosfed Into Ziiruburg district of Cain
Capo Town, .May 20. - Right hundred
Boers have crossed tho Orange river
from tho northncsi and have reinforc
ed tho commandos In the eastern dis
tricts. The latest reliable report locates Do
Wet near Phlllppolls, In tho Ornngo
niver Colony, and not far from tho
Capo line, with forty horsemen. All
tho commandos In tho Orange Itlvcr
Colony havo Instructions to cross tho
Orange river. Several British patrols
have been ambushed.
Ixmdon, Mny 20. Lord Kitchener
reported to tho War Office under date
of Pretoria, May lbtb, as follows:
"An armor train has been dynamited
south of American Siding. Major
Heath of the South Lcncashlrcs was
Lord Kitchener reports that last
week nineteen Boers were killed, four
teen wounded, 23S mado prisoners and
T13 surrendered, and thnt 213 rifles and
105,000 rounds of nmmunitlon wcra
A Parliamentary paper Just toned
shows tho total of British troops In
South Africa May 1st to bo .'09,191.
Tho total deaths wero 14,078 and
wounded 17,209. In hospital, April 15,
thero were 13,797.
New York, May 18. A cable to
HAWAIIAN TOBACCO CO., Ltd.,
Corner Merchant and INuuanu Stts.,
also MOTEL. ST., opposite Bethel.
i Vlf rJ h' mm
m ' II I i - r J-i
$FlMfffi$ WwM4 Cv,.
" If you don't want whiskey lo get the fccil of you, you tnusi
the bcit of whiskey."
"1 do lady, but wheu a fellow's only got a mcl.el lc can't
W. C. Peacock & Co., Ltd,, ,-.
Office 'Phone, 390.
Works 'Phone, 389
SaVe YOUr Wife Many Steps by Installing
A House Telephone fron
Upstairs to Kitchen,
Vntt will itairaf r-lnilOO tfl QorVOnto' flllOptflPP
iuu nil! iibfbi iiuuuv IU ut,l IUIIIO Vuai 151 O,
an with it. House to Stable, Etc.
We will Install two 'phones complete under a g larantee at a pr.'ce- -well,
you cannot afford to be without them.
The Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.,
This renort. slcned bv Messrs. Kaohlltho Sun from Caio Town says: Gon
and Achl and not concurred In by Dr. cral Blndon Dlood has just concludid
Russel, wna laid on tho table to bo
taken up with tho Appropriation bill.
This report having been disposed of,
tho Senate spent a few minutes refer
ring the various remaining Items In
tho bill to committees and at 2:55
o'clock, adjourned until 10 o'clock on
a successful concerted movement
against tho Doers In Northern Trans
vaal. Tho Ilrltlsh columns engaged
In tho operations covered n wldo area,
routing nil commandos thnt opposed
them and cnpturlng 1000 Doers and
great quantities of supplies, stock
and wagons In tho various districts.
General Dlood conducted operations In
tho center, with Colonel Plumer on his
left flnnk and General Kitchener on
Tho Doer commander, General Ben
Vlljoen, abandoned everything, but
succeeded In making his escape with
n low mounted men. Tho Doers did
not mnko a stand at any point.
Tho report from Durban that a com
pany with 7,000,000 capital has ip
proachrd" tho Natal GoverMncnt for
permission to construct n airrct trunk
lino from Durban to Johannesburg by
S.in Frnnrlsrn Mnv '1 ,,.,.. uiiiiiuiiiik uiiuukii urn iiuin 111 tuiuirui-
nan rrancisco, w) i. iiiui. ., ,, , n,.Di, ,,
President's wlfo Is on tho road to io-lpn'nii win i, nniv iiv. hn,,- w.
covcry and tho Intense alarm as to nov from tho toa8t
her condition has subs dcd. In tho. Lon,ion, May i8.Tho Pretoria
past forty-eight hours Mrs. McMnloy , t f .. TI Wlrlns;
!iMi;:iiHon.,,rnrln th JflS Ti ThdaT reports 'gVcaM'Improtd
present Indications nro that It Is only ,,rosnof,,H for tiln wintpr rnmnitln
11 "iTlll 'X tr "thn" t C wfh numerous'".,, Sr. "T'fto
?"?." Lt?i i. JirSli, n"8 aro 'rn'hy ''nn. ho says. "I
'" J ,'!' .S"hJ?B"h-,i ? iTf.U 2: m unnblo as yet to see a Lear daM
to suit tvetv
taste and every
purse : : : :
W. H. THONK. Proprljtnr.
j Lewers & Cooke,
WmwTrird n iff
JJeTTTIrM lefTBIT N
atffil 1 k I iMmKxfflCMm
nosslblo to set any day for his depart'
lire, as everything depends on his
for tho close of hostilities, but ono
iV'. i i-ii . n,,nn hoflmn .w maV o morn hopeful, especially f tho
JIl.HinV romL' Vm H?v rrs,llt8 of r"ml activity ro-c.u-tho
President remains In this city ,,.,.. , nf fh . ,,.
Is recommended to build iid
r-- tceaBaapT ims lunvaiesrp.m . STrciMHivnTriP
.Weak, and overworhedia nd prpduce; spund;
S yiwunp&vmxs r
ho will endeavor to nttend a few nun.
lie functions, his movements being
subject to tho condition of Mrs. Mc
Klnley. Mrs. MeKlnloy spent n most com-
fortnble dny yesterday, and tho Pres
bles thoso of tho past mouth.
Yale Dcfcntri llnrvnrd.
FOR SALE EVERYWHERE
Grass Linensiin AH Colors.
Sandal Wood Boxes. ffl Pongee Silks
For Gentlemen's Suits anl also In llehter welclits.
l'" ' MROrilAlMT TAII AO a ..ST''.
M.w.w..,.., . . ,..U,, n ianaj variety ot cioins made up in me
uio iuuanu t.
Now Haven, Conn., Mny 11. Ynlo
ilpfpntiul Hnrvnril thin fiftornnnn In nn
Ident expressed bis Kratltudo nt tho 0ICtlnK ot trn(.k events. Tho
mvornme cn.ii.m-- in ""'" " ; contests wel0 spirited throughout, and
0 n' m:n.hehy fW'th".' ffi '"t l'1 V'T l""
tlcnt bad cnlnvcd n good night's rest not bcBn ,inlll nftDr 3 oelock, but
and Informed tho President thnt her wro finished before 6. Tho score was:
progress wns most satisfactory. Tho Ynle, 67; Harvard, 17. Tho final and
dnrtors remained for nn hour. decisive scoro wns mado In tho Inst
Secretnry Cortelvou said last nlgiit event, tbo pole vault, up to which con-
tnat notning uennuo cnuio no snm oa test Hnrvnrd had a diminishing lead.
10 tnO .-ri'HHlHIll II1HA.uk uu; U.IBOfiU-
monts for thn future.
"Mrs. McKlnloy's physicians report
that she has had tho best night slnco
her Mine's and that her progress is
Went Pointer Expelled.
Washington, Mny 21, Socretnry
rtont has approved tho action of tho
Hoard of Ofllccrs nt West Point which
recommended tho dismissal of five ca
dets and tbo suspension of six others.
Now York. May 13.-A cnble to tho '" . ..,.. .......
Sun from Iindon miri- The Vienna am tll cr offlcr n the recent dls-
correspondent of tho Dally News ro. j turbances at tho academy.
ports that tho parents of a twelve-1
year-old girl residing in tho villngo ot iYiViV.ViVViYiVrV) Dl"Uggl8t8
Prrssburg, Hungary, wero ncrused of SftFSSLEIfts: will rfnH
butchering tho child and eating nirof. SU""J?'. Wn reiUr.O
her body. They tried to burn thohr NAUlL ' the ITIOneV
bones, and tho discovery of tho chnrred :; HtfiMnSFH If thfW fall
WAFERS s. to cure.
fragments led to their arrest. When
confronted with tho evidence of their
crlmo they confessed.
I iw.vw.y': riM.jo.wu.
HENRY ST. UOAR.
Members Stock and Bond Exchange.
AND DEALERS IN
Particular attMtlaa elves (a nnrchata ! i
Hawaiian Saf ar Stock.
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403 California Ht.,
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A. C. LOVEKIN
STOCK AND B0HD BROKER
REAL ESTATE AND
402 JUDD BUILDING
Open to the Public
MEALS AT ALL HOURS FROM 6:jo
A. M. TO 1 1 P. M. EUROPUAN PLAN.
a New Lot of . . .
Key West and
Reaver Lunch Rooms.
(FOH'tBLY THB SACHt)
OY8TER AND CHOP HOUSE.
OPEN NIGHT AND DAY.
Stock and Bond Broker
M.aabw ot Hawaii. Mock Baciair.
Molneruy Block. Fort Strast.
A J. OAMPBKLL,
dtook aim Bond Brolw'
M.... i h. Mofiulaiv Stock fiackaas..
itiii vjiKw. .iri'iil, oppolk Huh,
The weekly edition of the Evening
Bulletin gives a complete summary of
h news of the dav.
BILLY LUNCGWCN Prorilftof,
HOTEL STREET n.v Nunann, n-.Uoiir lo P.JJy
Ryan'a 'Encof" .ItS-iai
A full line of HAWAIIAN VIEWS.
Slulncrs are welcome to visit ouf
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