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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, It. T., WEDNESDAY, MAY 29, 1901.
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Sachs' Store News
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
ft, 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
Well woith buying 31 Inches
u Ide, reduced from 8 yards tor
$l, this week only, to
10 yards for $1.00
9 yards for $1.00
That beautiful fabric which
reembles fine lawn. Regul
arly sold at 6 yards for It.oo
This week only, at
8 yards for $1.00
Are You Partial to Duck?
We mean Cotton Dress Duck J it weals 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 prlc to you is
14 yards for $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.
FOR THIS WBBK ONLY.
COPPERS AND YOUNGSTERS
HOLD FORTH SATURDAY
The Line-up for the Next Game-
Official Score of Lost Saturday's
Game Jones Great Record
As a Twirler.
N. S. Sachs Dry Goods Co.,
1901. New, Stylish
and Nobby Shapes.
1 hat's enough said,
hvery woman knows
what Kno Hats are.
THE M. E. KILLEAN CO., LTD.
TTieLight That Never E&
M" J'. -
The Angle Lamp
ALSO CARRV A GOO STOCK W HAMWiL
$TUO AND HAM LAMPSJ
Another Large Shipment
of Angle Lamps.
"THE ANGLE LAMP"
THAT NEVER FAILS
It items almost Inert! Ht that
any lairp couli bt gooi enough 10
tk the place of electricity on even
terms, yet such is the case tth the
ASGLBLAMP. All over 1 he UtanJs
rvople are thrcwlnjj a ay thtlr o 4
amp arU replacing them with this
lamp, put merely became it costs
bout one-tenth as much to main
tain (cost Is no object to some t
pie) but, bcIJ btlnsr Infinitely
cheaper, It is more brilliant ani
more reliable In the tarealn Jtl
revelation to every one who uses It,
aM simply derm nitrates that the
oll-fashloned lamp was a barbar
ous contrivance. TUB ANQLB LAMP
never smokes, smells at gives any
trouble IsHehteJ anJ extlnicuUhedJ
ai easily as eas, an J is the lie
light frvm every tanjplnt We
carrythese lamps from Si Soup.
T. H. Davies & Co., Ltd.
The Police lmc donned their war
paint and arc out looking for scalps.
Tho "Youngitcrs" trom tho Alakca
Btreot house of rest say that they ore
tired of being beaten jo they Intend to
take such a fall out or the polite that
It will Jar them. .
Tho "Coppers" have plajed but ono
game, In which they 'went down In
defeat before the onslaughts of the Ho
nolulu Athletic Club. On the other
hand the "Youngsters' hate played
two games, and In both they fled be
fore the buff and blue ball teams of
The game between the "Youngsters"
and "Coppers" should prove very In
teresting, at It will not only furnish
good sport, but It will protnbly be tho
first game played under the nii'plcew
of tho new league, which will very
probably be formed tomorrow night.
In forming tho new league, the four
teams seem rather Inclined to Iguoro
Oihu College and Kitmehtntcfca. on
tho grounds, that they would piolnbly
refuse.to enter nnwny. Such n uiurie
Is objectionable, as It Is due both In
stitutions to bo shown the snma
sporting courtesy which the hue al
wajs shown outside athletic aggrega
tions. An Invitation to Join should
bo sent to them on theee grounds nlone,
Tho line-up In nett Siturdav's gtme
will he about as follow
Police ICOlle. c; Jov, p: Uire, lb;
Jackson, 2b; Akau. 3b; Parker, ss;
Eiplnda, rf; Martin, -f; Hint, If.
Y. M. C. A. Turner, r; Drown, p;
richer, lb; Moore, 2b; Elston. 3b;
Ulid, ss; Rogers. If; Paris, cf; Merger,
Tho official scorn of last Saturdij'a
game between Onhu College nml Kamc.
hamchn shov.s moro plainly thin any
thing cbo could, why Punahou wui
Knmchnmeha came to tho bat fortj
six times, made 14 runs, IS base hits, IS
assists and 2 errors.
Oahu College on the other hand,
came to the bat but 32 times, mado but
2 runs. 3 base hits, 17 assists and 13
Jonis' record as a twirler for Ka
mehameha Is ono that an) one might ho
proud of. Ten men hit nothing but
atmosphere In a vain attempt to con
nect with his delivery, and only threo
men were able to place the bill out of
danger for n baso hit. One man had
tho satisfaction of getting to first on
If Kamehinieha playo Jones next
Saturday, I'unihou'a death warrant Is
scaled. It Is pretty tlgntly closed nny
mj, foi Oahu Collego stnnds hut lit
tle chnnco of now turning tho tables
on tho Kams
The latest thing In baseball circles
s n challcngo to tho Pollco from the
Artillery. Tho men from Camp Mc
Klnley are a vciy strong aggregation.
They defeated Punnhou with easo last
jcar, nnd nrc all heavy hitters and
pood fielders. Tho Police, however, at
present hno the joungsters on their
hands, nnd arc unablo to consider nny
challengo from tho soldiers An at
tempt will be mado to get tho Artillery
to Join tho new league, so that more
Interest will bo excited In tho games.
With theArtlllory n league member,
and Punahou and Knmehameha nlso
considered In tho bargain, as Interest
ing a scries of gnmes as one wants to
see, ought to be arranged .
A Sate and Sara Cnro for
Cramps Coughs Brulsoc
Diarrheas. Colds Burns
8praln and Strains.
Gifts ItlitAnt relief.
Two &, 23c, ami fine.
Onlone Pain lil.Ur, Perry Davis',
HAWAIIAN TOBACCO CO., Ltd.,
Corner Aatsrcrmnt nnd Nuiuinu StH.,
tslao HOTI3L. ST., oppowlto Bethel.
Brilliant Wedding at
Tho marrhge of Jonjh Kutnalae nnd
Miss Ahana was solemnized last e cu
ing In Kawnlnhao church by Itcv. Hen
ry Parker, asslstul bj Hev. W. D. We.
Tho ceremony wai performed In the
presence of ru-vtml hundred friends of
the contracting parties. Tho old
church was ikcuritoil beautifully with
the best from tropical gardens, lli
forc the bridal party arrived tho Ka
walahan Seminary girls entired the
choir loft nnd sang several choruses.
Prof. Ucrger plnjed a number of flno
selections on the plpo organ.
The Mendelssohn Wedding March be
gan ns the bridal party approached.
Twenty Seminary girls, nrrajed In
whlto led the wnj. Near the arch In
front of tho altar, they formed n dou
ble line and waited for tho bride nnd
The bride nnd groom were preceded
down the aisle b Jams Kakuolo and
Mrs Kclllaa. The marriage ritual ot
the church was pronounced beneath the
floral arch. After the completion of
tho ccremonj tho party left tho church,
the organ plavlng Lohengrin.
A reception was givm by friends nt
the Kawalahno Seminary.
Tho honemoon will le spent at tho
Walalua hotel Tho couplo were glen
every evidence of the high esteem of
of hosts of friends In tho numerous
presents that were reclved. From his
fellow members of tho House ot Itep
rescntathes, came n splendid sliver
The groom Is an nggresshe and suc
cessful Hawaiian. Ills charming brldo
Is a Hawnllan-Chlncse, beautiful and
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WT. M I i BBlHSUV7KWftavBf7
GEIL TIIC BVANGEMST.
Tho sermon of i:angellst Oell at tho
Central L'nlnn church I6t evening was
upon tho theme ' Covered Sin," und
was heard by a laigo congregation.
Tho sern on was based on ono of tho
Proerl8 which rends, "Ho that coer
cth his sins shall not prosper." Tho
speaker punctured tho faults of the
people -..lit) pass as religious and made
a forceful pk.i for sincerity and lion
Is recommended to build ud?
BtnBfha tttinctfetitt tVf-Monritken tho
WeaK andOVer'Worl.ed.anft DrodiitR'.soimd...-a,
WmhjnffletytJZ o" I
FOR SALE EVERYWHERE
Grass Linens in All Colors.
Sandal Wood Boxes. Pongee Silks
For Gentlemen's Suits and also In lighter weights.
I All colors,
MERCHANT TAILOR, A'lirge variety of cloths made up In the
ZSZ23GLf H16 Nuuanu St.
Mokco Ittlnnd Mimic.
The band w 111 play the following se
lections at a concert on Makeo Ishnd
this ctcnlng, beginning nt 7:30 o'clock:
0crtino Light Cavalry Suppc
Intermezzo Caalleria Ituttlcana.
Selection Tho Pirates of Penzance
(i) Kit Va Noo o K0I03,
(h) 01 Hoi Ha.
Miss Julia Kelllon
(d) Mulk.il ka Maknnl o Kokala.
Mrs. Nanl Alapal.
Medlcj Tho Ciackerjack (by re
Hntrn Act IJmlorln Andra
Waltz Weather Smiles Dcpret
Polka Iloseley Anger
"Tho Star Spangled Ilnnner."
When your Joints nro stiff and your
muscles soro from cold or rheumatism,
when ou slip and sprain a Joint, strain
our sldo or biulso yourHelf, PAIN
KII.I.i:it will fako out tho soreifts
and fix you right In n Jiffy, Alwnjs have
It with you, nnd uso It freely. Avoid
substitutes, thcro Is hut one Paln-Klll-
cr, Perry DaWs". Prlco 25c. and COc,
SAVE YOUR PHOTOS.
The pneess of binding pic
tures under class is made so
simple by the introduction of
the Gummed Binding Paper
mat anyone can ao 11.
It will afford a pleasant even
ing's occupation and save your
photos from ruin, to get what
you require at KING BROS.
and do the work yourelt.
run srocK in any snade.
'The True Story of Kebeth tho
Altut," by Frank A. Vanderllp nnd
Harold Dolce In the Juno M(.CIurc'B
Magazine, tells how Presldmt McKln
ley saied from the gallows an Alaskan
Indian who had been condemned to
death under nioit peculiar clrctim
stances. It reads llko an ImnglnatUo
talo of thrilling adventure, hut Its an
thentlclty Is vouched for by govern
mm " '
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"If jou don't aut wl UVej to get the bast of jou, )0tt must get
the best of whiskey "
"1 do l.-.Jy, bat vthen a fellow's enly got a nickel he can t kuy
W. C. Peacock & Co., Ltd,,
Works 'Phone, 389
Office 'Phone, 390.
Save YOlir Wife Many Steps by Installing
A House Telephone from
Upstairs to Kitchen,
Yon will never House to Servants' Quarters,
part with it. House to 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 Engineering and Construction Go.
ROOMS 50S, 509, 510 STANGIiNWALD BUILDING.
P. O. UOX 834. TKL. MAIN ;o
All classes tif Knglneerlng Work solicited; IxnmlniitloiiH, Surveys nnd lie.
IHiitsmado foruny clis.iof Wntcrwnrku, tftium nml Klertrlc Construction;
Plans and SpoUtlcutlona ami IJstlnuites Prepared, nnd Construction Superin
tended, In all branchis of Knglnecrlng Work; Contracts hoIIcIUi! for Hall
roids, i:iectrle und Steam; Tunnels, Uridges, llulhllngH. Hlghw-ayt), (iundn
tlons, Piers, Whanes, etc.
Special attention given to examinations, Valuavtlonn, nnd IUiorts of
Properties for Investment pun"-"i.
FltKDBHICK J. AMWnG, M. AM. Boc. C. n,
Knginvvr und 'Manogor,
W. R. CASTI.i: Jit . Secretary nnd Treusurer.
HENRY ST COAst
to suit every
tate md every
purse : : : :
Lewers & Cooke,
A full line of HAWAIIAN VIEWS.
Shriners are welcome to visit our
gallery andte the
Member! Stock and Bond Exchange.
AND DEALERS IN
Particular attjatlon gtT.s toporcbataasltaU tl
Hawaiian Nut ar block
Loans Ns(oilais4. la.tari aaf aarslsi t)tibs
40U Calltornla t
Hon Hrnnclaco, Cut.
A. C. LOVEKIN
STOCK AND B0iD BROKE 1
REAL ESTATE AND
402 JUDI) BUILDING
Stock and Bond Broker
ManUr of Hawalka atKk Bachaaca
Mnlnemy llloeli, Fort Btroet.
A. J. OAMFDELL,
Stock and Bond lirokoi
icabsr cl tat Hbaolalo block ttsckaat a,
ortire ijnron utreet, nppoattn Unloi
The ever popular Itulnler beer Is be
coming a household word and "will
you have i glreB ot Reattlo," la miori
often heard than anything elee, Tha
Criterion Saloon ha tho beer on tap or
W. H. rilONE, Proprlttor.
Open to the Public
MEALS AT ALL HOURS FROM frjo
A. M. TO 1 1 l. M. fcUROI'LAN PLAN.
a New Lot of
Beaver Lunch Rooms.
H. J. NOLTU
(fOBKimV THE (ACHE)
OYSTER ANI) CHOP HOUSE.
OPEN NlfiHT AND DAY.
mil lUNGGKtN, Prorilcior,
MOTEL STHEET, ntar Nunanv, mil door lo PaJJy
Rans "tncoro" itiSias