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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.
Percales Dress Madras
New patterns, 31 Inches wide Well worth.b'uylng ji Inches
Regularly sold at 8 yards for wide, reduced from 8 yards lor
ill, reduced, this week only, to l, this week only, to
10 ards for $1.00 10 yards for $1.00
That beautiful fabric which
resembles fine lawn. Regul
arly sold at 6 yards for Ji.co
This week only, at
8 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
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. This is certainly a grand oppor
tunity to buv 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.
BOY'S Blip RAGE
PALAMA WINS FOR SECOND
TIME FROM KAKAAKO 10S
Hopii Wins the 'Bicycle Rice From
Williams in a Close Match-Hoan-
alu& Turned Over to the Boys
Who Take Possession.
Two hundred Boys' Brigade young
sters played and romped to their
hearts' content over the hills and vales
of Moanalua. Hon. S. M. Damon had
thrown open his entire grounds, and
the boys took possession.
The sea beach proved to he a great
source of attraction owing to tho great
heat of tho day, and a largo number
of the boys regaled themselves In tho
cooling waters of the surf. Others
retreated to tho shady dales and glens
far up in the hills, and thus escaped
complete nnnhllatton by the' heat.
A battle royal ensued upon tho ath
letic Held between tho 1'alama aggre
gation and tho boys from Kakanko.
Palama had won the last year's Held
day, but Kaknako sworo that she would
take a fall out of the I'alamaltes this
time for sure. At first, prospects wero
bright for Kakaako, but Palama soon
Honolulu Is at last going to get all
the baseball she has been wanting for
so many years. Grounds have been
secured and a schedule In which Ave
teams figure has been arranged.
Permission has been secured to lay
out a diamond In the Interior of Ka
plolant park. Although the park Is
qulto distant no other place could be
ocurcd, so that the ball tossers de
cided to put the grounds In the best
possible condition and hold the scries
The old Star team has been reorgan
lred and will compete for the cham
pionship. The youngsters have with
drawn, owing to the departure of Coats
and Elston In the near future. This is
to be greatly regretted as the Young
sters played good clean ball and would
have furnished some good sport.
The schedule nrranged Is ns follows:
June 8, Stars against Artlllerys.
June 22, Malic lllmas against It. A. C
June 29, Police against Stars.
July 4, Artillery against Malic lllmas.
July 6, 11. A. C. ngnlnst Police.
July 13, Stars rtgnlnst Mnlle lllmas.
July 20, Artillery against II. A. C.
July 27, Police ngalnst Malle lllmas.
August 3, II. A. C. against Stars.
August 10. Artillery ngalnst Police.
The games that havo been played so
Oahu College. 6; V. M. C. A., 4.
Oahu College, 9; Y. M, C. A., 7.
Oahu College. 14; Solace, 0.
Kamehameha, 24; Mall Illma, ..
Kamehameha, 9: Oahu College, 6.
Kamehameha, 14: Onhu College, 2.
H. A. C, 10; Police. 8.
N. S. Sachs Dry Goods Co.,
THE REVIVAL MEETINGS
pulled ahead nnd won ns sht pleased la ore ns follows;
with 53 points. Kakaako mriic tseond
with 34 points. Kallhl third with CV4
points and Punchbowl fourth 'v.ilh GH
The bicycle race was by far tho most
exciting of the day. In the first heat,
about six riders started. When the
boys turned Into the stretch Hopll
(KK) nnd Esplnda (P) took tho lead
with a Jump. Esplnda on tbe'down hill
grade made tho best of his large gear,
. l7 . 7 ,,..ii 1, ., Tho revival services conducted by
A.nad start for Williams (PB) In he ' Evnn(?cllsl ac nt the Ccntral Unon
ecuuu ,o.y uruny i ulu. uui u. ,.. church contnuo t0 ntlract Bood ,,
race mMuru .. a uaiw oiu.u. encca j, 0e rca(.ncg a practcni
plugged It out. however, and soon took , ,,.. .,,
the lead A lost pedal near the s retch . TOrtn rC(lempt,on , tho
put O Desha his most lormldab e op-lgkle(, 0 BCcmfl ag ,
ponent, out of the race an, Williams. tho ,ycg of men nnd w from
won as nBpie.iM.-u.imn m ra. jr.ru. miger of ,., ho ,, ,0 Bav ,,.,
to spare. Caesar (PB) coming second. , trom h , perdition.
The Anal proved to be the race of he , ye8tcrd ho hC(, an cmlncnty
f uA,thf, bTWm.m? ln' Practical discourse upon a number of
.."r n.d:s,rr i:: . i.. , the ..
nUlU WWl U IUOM, ft'B " oot.t, .1, ft. bnn.1nm In 4hA -...
to the finish. At tho last second, on JeiUoU8jr ,,, iazycnrlstUn. carls and
"'VLiri0 !?,,W "anclng, peev.shn and 'irritability
UJ l"0 SSIM Sits It. M iiHAkMi " nl nM inlr rt th A jlftwll nn4 ti nitlf
coming second and Caesar (PB) third. . ., . ,.
HAWAIIAN TOBACCO CO., Ltd.,
Corner Merchant nnd Nuunnu Stm.,
nlao HOTEL ST.. opposite Bethel.
4 ' nil
"If you don't want wblikey to get the best of you, yon must get
the best of uhlskey."
"1 do lady, but when a fellow's only got a nickel lie can't buy
W. C. Peacock & Co., Ltd,,
A gent .
Office 'Phone, 390.
Works 'Phone, 389
1901. New, Stylish
and Nobby Shapes.
1 hat's enough said,
hvery woman knows
what Knox Hats are.
THB M. E. KILLEAN CO., LTD.
HOTEL STREET. .
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Another Large Shipment'
of Angle Lamps.
"TBE ANGLE LAMP"
THAT NEVER FAILS.
It wens almost Incrtd lt that
any la.p could t good cnougb o
tak, tha placa of electricity on even
terns, yet such Is tha case with tha
AMQLE IAMP. All over tha Islands
people are thnwlnr aay thtlr o'd
lamps and replacing them with this
-lamp, net merely recause It costs
about one-tenth as much to main
tain tcost Is no oblect to some dso
pie) but, betide being .Infinitely
cneeper, it is more or.. nam ana
I The meetings will continue during
I the week, enuing Sunday night. sun-
Following Is the complete list of
n-f- n n t. n ff
ro.o vauu. u. urwia hi , it- j.. ,, . ..,.,. .. i.
Gurn (P) 2. Holhorn (K) and En Det "" "Vc",'jr -. ' v -.
(KK) tied for third place. Height, S,l,'T , "
foct, i inch. 0n Wednosdny evening, Mr. Gel
Fifty yard dash I). Desha (P) 1, spoke on the text. "Ho drlvcth furious
Engco (KK) 2. W. Desha (P) 3. ly." before n largo and attentive audi-
Ono huhdrod ynrd dash En Sul encc. Mr. Geil spoko against th.o long
(KK) 1, Esplntla (!') 2, Lane U'J 3. acC(i mcln of the average Christian,
Two hundred nmlfwenty yard da,i 8tntng t,mt lt waa lcrgely through
Dot (KKK) 3 (suc1' actlon ,lmt mcn wcro t,,rnwl away
Half mllo'dash-nsplndn (P) 1, O. , 'rom tno fol1- Ho ElnK P
Dctha (P) 2. E. Dosha (P) 3. to a man, slapping him on tho hack,
rtclay Palama 1, Kakaako and nnd Inquiring Into tho state of his liver.
Punchbowl 2. Ho ulao felt happy that tho people of
,. Three-legged race I.ane-0. Desha Honolulu were beginning to pay a lit-
(P) 1, En . Sul-Ah Sing (KK) 2, ilroad- t.e attention to religion lasteatl of mer-
SaVe YOUr Wife Many Steps by Installing
A House Telephone from
Y01 will lever
part wild it.,
Upstairs to Kitchen,
House to Servants' Quarters,
House to Stable, Etc.
Esnlnda (P) 3,
Running broad lump En Sul (KK)
1, with 10 feet 7 Inches; Esplnda (P)
2, Lane (P) 3.
High jump Hopkins (K) 1. with 4
feet 10 Inches; Esplnda, (P) 2, Broad
Shot put Kanac (KK) 1. with 29
feet 7 Inches; Broad (P) 2, Ilucklo
Bicycle race Hoopll (KK) 1, Wil
liams (PD) 2, Caesar (PB) 3.
Although tho Kakaako boys wore un
POLICE COURT NBYV8.
The usual bevy of drunks was dis
posed of In quick order In Judge Wil
cox's court Wednesday. Peters, a
butcher who holds forth on tho corner
of Queen and South streets, was fined
C and costs for beating his wife, with
the added advlco of taking n walk In
caso of future tronblo with the od
lady. Tho case pt Customs Inspector
Taylor charged with profanity by Wll
lie. Crawford, tho Chinese Interpreter,
ALSO CARRA COOD STOCK Of HAJWBttL
light from very t-tandpolnt. Wt
carry trust lamps from 91. so up.
T. H. Davles & Co., Ltd.
AGENTS FOR Sterling Lubricating Oils. ' '"rlphoi, Alsen Cemmt, Portland Cement. Ulant Powder
Co , Dicks Baiata B.ltlng, Roche Harbor Lime O New Home Sewing Machines and Pan-American Hand
Sewing Machines. ,
PEubRs IN Agaiewire, Glassware, Crokery, Harness. Saddles and Leathers. Rugs. Drass Bed
steads, Trunks, Valises, Mailings, Safes, Unleuinv Powder and Caps, General Hardw.r. and Plantation
fnrttinnta nn thn trnntr .tint. rAtrlavj.il
r,v,uVon"JrVr7orlhou,,V.'.t,: I themselves to a small degree by de- mf up Ior 'l Crawford gave
and simply demi.nitrales that the fpntlnir tho Pnnrhhmvl ImII Insunra nn I hs testimony, Which WOS corroborated
oid-iashlpned lamp ... . barter-' . .." . -. Mh . , , by Ijorrln Andrews. Inspector Doylo
ous contrivance, thi Ar.au ubip i " w. ...I,i.,, ... ... ...... ,.., L,l
Interesting. 1 "af,v'""u "' '"" "". . un
ous connivance, ini Anut-s bAini- ... .....w... ..u cuu.i, Hu
Thp Anolp I .ARID K7.K
CAalaVnillV luasTaTrTaaar '
12 3 4
Punchbowl 13 13 8
Kakaako 4 4 2 10
CAPTAIN RICE DEAD.
Is recommended to buildup;
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rervsxMmA&ioan. -'r C i
FOR SALE EVERYWHERE
Grass Linens in All Colors.
6andal Wood Boxes. ' Pongee Silks
For Gentlemen's Suits and also In lighter weights.
MERCHANT TAILOR, A large variety of cloths made up In the
1116 Nuuanu St.
Captain John Rice, an old kamoalna
and formerly master of the tug Klcu,
died at bin home Wednesday evening
after a long, lingering Illness. The
funeral took place yesterday afternoon.
Interment taking place n Nuuanu
Deceased was ono of the. old seafar
ing men who settled dow'njn Hawaii
after having spent years as a whaler
In tho Arctic ocean. When the Eleu
went Into commission, Captain Ktce
was placed In command. After years
of servlco as master of tho tug boat,
ho was placed In charge of tho pilot
house on the Pacific Mall wharf.
Deceased leaves six children to
mourn his death, They are Mrs, Chas.
Klbllng, Mrs. Steele, Mrs. Wm. Hush
and John, George rind James Rice.
From the Reports of tho dealers In
this city, wo think no proprletacy
medicine has a larger sale than PAIN
KIU.KH. Its valuablo properties as a
speedy cure for pain can not fall to be
generally appreciated, In caso of acci
dent, or sudden nttack of dysentery,
diarrhoea, cholera morbus. Montreal
Star. Avoid substitutes, there Is but
one Paln-Klllcr, Perry Davis'. Price
25c. and 50c.
R. A. Jordan's crlrkct team went
down In defeat before. R. Anderson's
aggregation yesterday afternoon, tho
ecoro being 99 to 43. Jordan Beared 13
for his side, whllo Cralk ran up 50
runs for the opposing team, lllaok-
roan also did well, making 3G runs be
fore ho retired.
SAVE YOUR PHOTOS.
The pneess of bindine pic
tures under glass Is made so
simple by the introduction of
the Gummed Binding Paper
mar anyone can ao it.
It will afford a pleasant even
ing's occuoation and save your
photos from ruin, to get what
you require at KING BROS,
and do the work your.-elt.
Full-stock h any shade.
A to suit everv a
taste and every A
Lewers & Cooke,
We will install two 'phones complete under a guarantee at a price- -well,
you cannot Bftord to be without them.
The Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.,
Hawaiian Engineering and Construction Go.
ROOMS 508, 509, 510 STANGENWALD BUILDING.
p. o. box 834. tel. Main 70
All classes of Engineering Work solicited; Rxamlhntlons, Surveys ami Re
ports made for any class of WaterworkH, Strum and Klectrlc Construction;
Plans and Spoclllcatlona'and Estimates Prepared, und Construction Supcrtn-'
tended, In all branchca of Engineering Work; Contracts solicited for Rail-;
roads, Electric and Steam; Tunncla, Bridge, Dulldlngs, Highways, s-Vundn'-i
tlons, Piers, Wharves, etc. " ,
Special attention given to Examinations, Valuations, nnd Reports of
Properties for Investment purposes.
FREDERICK J. AMWEO, M. AM. 6oc. C. E.,
- -' Engineer and 'Manngcr. .
W. R. CASTLE JR., Secretory and Treasurer.
HENRY ST. OOAR.
EDWARD POLLITf .
Membtrt Stook and Bend Exchange.
AND DEALERS IN
Partlcalar itleatloi tin. to iwcease aa. sale a)
Hawaiian Sutar Stock.
Uaaa Neiotlatea. laatara tsl Panlfi Steaks
408 California (St.,
San Franelaeo. Cat.
A. C. LOVEKIN
STOCK AMD BOID BROKE!.
' REAL ESTATE AND
402 JUOD BUILDING
Stock and Bond Broker
stealer at Hawalku Slock Bickaaia,
'Molnerny Block, Fort Street.
A. J. CAMPBELL,
Stook and Bond Brokei
Maas el Iks Hooolala Slack BeOaasa.
OaJoo Queen streot, oprxvdte Tlnlot
The ever popular Rainier beer Is be
coming a household word and "will
you have n glws of Seattle," Is nors
often heard than anything else. Th
Criterion Saloon has the beer on Up or
I In bot'leai.
W. H. THONE. Proprietor.
Open to the Public
MEALS AT ALL HOURS FROM 6:jo
A. M. TO II P. M. EUROPEAN PLAN.
a New Lot of
Beaver Lunch Rooms.
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H. J. NOLTB
OYSTER AND CHOP HOUSE.
OPEN NIGHT AND DAY.
tllY lusaoatN, Proprklor. - J&'W''' ' & JaffiM
HOTEL STREET, near Nuuanii, a.il door to PaMy i. iKWHi-Ml'j&sB'.'.'- i MsSal
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