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VBNINO BDLUCTIN. HONOLULU, II. T. , MONDAY, JUNE 3. 1901.
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We've another treat for you this week In new and
cleanable Wash Fabrics so good Indeed as to be out of the
ordinary. A large shipment of Fine Dimities and real
French Organdies the newest patterns, thought out since
the beginning qf the season.
Also new and exclusive Ideas In Chiffon Veilings and
Ladies' Fancy Stocks and 1 ies.
- NEW DIMITIES.
Cper yard for New Dimities, 29 inches wide, with
imitation lace insertion stripes. These goods are
very suitable for stylish shirt waists, and come In
a great variety of beautiful summery colorings.
Cper yard for extra fine Dimities, 31 Inches wide ;
black ground with white figures : white ground
fancy stripes and the new-
with black figures
REAL FRENCH ORGANDIES
per yard for real French Organdies Imported all
the svay from France by us. Thev are 33 inches
wide, and the patterns are the Parisian ones.
Come and see something new and very handsome.
per yard for another new, real French Organdy
that is 31 inches wide. Exquisite cashmere pat
terns with a satin stripe lunnfng through. A great
variety for you to choose from.
NEW CHIFFON VEILINGS
The last steamer brought us our new
Chiffon Veilings, and what a collection
we have of them a mrt elaborate
selection of these popular goods In
black and white :::::::
NEW STOCKS AND TIES FOR LADIES
It's a long time since we had anything we've been prouder to
show than these new Stocks and Ties in Wash Silks, Mull and
Orass Linen, 'they are-dectdedly the most daltnty and delicate
conceits we've seen for many a day, and the beauty of them
li they'll wash. Lavender, pink Mid blue border trimmings.
Wash Silks 75c each
Grass Linen 75c "
Mull 35s "
N. S. Sachs Dry Goods Co.,
1901. New, Stylish
and Nobby Shapes.
That's enough said. t
Every woman knows
what Knox Hats are.
THE M. E. KILLEAN CO., LTD.
TheLisht Thaf NeverRiils
The Angle LAmp
(NUtoOWyA GOOD STOCKtoHAJIttttL.
Another Large Shipment
01 Angle Lamp3.
"THE ANGLE LAMP"
THAT NEVER FAILS
It wems Almost IncreJ tit that
any Unp could bt pwJ enough to
tiki tht pUc ol electricity on evtn
term, yet such It the cut hh tht
anoulamp. All over the Islands
people art ihrcwing aay thtlr o d
lamps and replacing then with this
lamp, not merely ecaus It costs
bout one tenth as much to main
tain (cost Is no object to tome po
pie) but, btU Nine Infinitely
cheaper, It Is mora brilliant and
mote reliable In the bargain Ills
revelation to everyone Mho uses It
ard timely demonstrates that thi
oil -fashioned lamp was a barbar
ous contrivance, lite angle lamp
never smokes, smells or Rives any
trouble Is lighted and extinguished
as easily as gas, and Is tht Idea
light from every standpoint Wt
carry mew lamps irom 91 soup
T. U. Davies & Co., Ltd.
. A9ENJ? FO,R. SrcrlljB lubrlcalln Olla CUrlphoi, Allen Cerntnl, Portland Ctmant. Glint Powder
Co .Pick Batata Billing, Ro.ha Harbor Urn, O Naur Horn, iawlnj Machinal ani I'an-Anwlcan Hand
DjALbRs IN Aztltvu: Glaiawara. CrovKtry, Harneai, SaSdles and Uathirt , Run. Bran Bed
ataadi, Trunkf, Valltta, Maltlnji. Salta, Llnolaumi I'owJir and Capa, Orntral Hardwar and Plantation
i. Jkl law! Iw'iM
m Ml RIOT
DOVE OF PEACE DOES NOT
ATTEND BASEBALL GAME
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FOR SALE EVERYWHERE
Grass Linens in AH Colons.
Sandal Wood Boxes. Pongee Silks
For Gentlemen's Suits ami also In lluhter weights.
MBRCH ANT TAILOR, A larre variety of cloths nude up In the
lixn, 1116 Nuuanu St.
Victory Hovers on the Buff and Blue
BannerTen Innings Were Neces
saryCoppers Win from the
Youngsters in Last Spasm.
An unexpected brnco by 1'iinnhou, n
flaunting of colors In an excess ot
hilarity and an umplre'n decision, pre.
clpltated a riot in the third baseball
game, between Oahu College and Ka
mchnmeha whlclTtook placo Saturday
afternoon. To Mgln with. Oahu Col-
Ugo very unkindly knocked Jones, tho
Idol of all the Kamchamcha dojml
torlcs from tho Olrls' school to tho
preparatory, all oer the campus. In
tho first Inning, rtoblnson p6unded
ono out so far that, alter circling tho
bases, ho went out and found the hall
lor his opponents.
Castle caused a picture of despair to
spread ocr tho faces of his opponents.
oy (landing out a fen packages of his
own, with which they were unable to
make tho proper connections.
In trio eighth Inning n preliminary
skirmish as held.. Harbottle of ICa-
mchameba In sliding for second, dlxcd
Into Marcalllno who "stood b to repel
boarders." and a llttlo cooing of the
tropical nature ensued. Then liar
bottlo forgot himself and went to tho
extreme limit of his ocabulary. letting
drop an epithet that meant fight. Hos
tilities ensued and thu crowd took
part. The rarlous faculties, foreseeing
trouble, took to tho woods) rcipr-car-
ing by degrees after the gnmo had
been begun again. The Harhottlo-
Marcalllno mill blew' ocr of Its own
accord and the game went on with the
score 20 to SO.
Neither side scored In tho ninth
Inning, so a tenth was ordered, lly
mcyins of walks and base hlU, threo
men reached first for Punahou nnd a
full house was on tbo bills, when
Mjors stepped to tho bat. There was
a splitting of a long crack In tho at
mosphere nnd the hall went speeding
along Just Inside of tho Initial bag.
Umpire Babbitt called tho ball fair, but
tho Kama claimed that it was a foul.
In the meantime, tho four men of tho
buff and blue came trotting home.
raising the scoro to 24 to 20.
Tbo enthusiasm of the Oahuans
knew no bounds, and trouble wns 1m
mlnent. The dove ot peace, together
with the respective faculties, went post
nasto to tho woods, while tho sun hid
Its face behind tho clouds Another
triumphant jell from Punahou and tho
Kams broke ranks, and rushing 5 to 1
ngalnst'the buff and bluo supporters,
began tho onslaught , Tho troublo
lasted but a minute or so. In which
tlmo considerable damago was done by
both sides. Atglast. the two teams
succeeded In separating the opposing
factions, and tho"troublo was over.
Tho scoie by Innings was as follows:
Oahu College .312170330 424
Kamchameha 224012180 20
The Police showed the Youngsters n
thing or two last Saturday In tho baso
ball line. Tho gamo vns rcplcto with
heavy hitting nnd errors.
Taj lor, who twirled for tho Young
sters In tho first Inning, proved an easy
mark for tho Coppers, who knveked
htm out for eight runs. Now ell took
his place and proied himself to bo a
man of a different stamp but the
change took placo too late.
The run3 by Innings were ns follows:
Y. SI. C. A 300047220 18
Pollco S21000C1 220
Walluku, Slay 31. Tho marrlago of
SIIss Jessie Klrkland. eldest daughter
ot Mr. and Mrs. Jas, Klrkland, manager
Kahulul store, to D. II. Davis of Mono,
lulu, was solemnized at tho homo of tbo
brldo by Uev. E. Q. Dcckwlth today at
noon. WIlllo Lucas was best man.
Owing to the recent death In tho Klrk
land family, tho affair was made very
prhato none but the rolatUcs being
m i m
Concert at JHutphy Unit.
The concert at Murphy hall Satur
da evening was unusually Interesting
nnd was heard b a larju company. Mr.
Dougherty nnd Sir. I'Ucr wero enter
taining. Instrumental music was fur
nished by Mr. Katlf, Sirs. Houchard nnd
D. S. Snylor.
Tho oddrf!s of Franklin Austin was
notable In that It outlined a new creed
of spiritual life which ho expounded
clearly and earnestly,
HI'NT In this city, Juno 2, 1901. at
9:45 p. ra, at tho Queen's Hospital,
Janus II, Hunt, aged 43 ears
Vuncral will take placo at 3 p. m,
tiom Slasonlc Temple.
Wolthnm, Mass., papers plcaw copy.
IIOI'K At Walluku, .Maul , II. T
lrlno Gertrude Hope, daughter of
Sir, and Stis. T. 1 Hope, ago I
)ear 9 monthd. San Tranclsco pa
pera please copy,
Kery D.iy Affords Now Proofs of tho
peculiar effects of PAIN-KII.I.KU. In
cases where a disordered condition of
tho stomach, Ilcr and bowels Is com
bined with great debility, ncrvoua
weakness, nnd Intense melancholy, Its
effectB nro most beneflolal and wonder
ful. It Bhould bo kept by ovory family.
AmjIiI substitutes, there Is but ono
Paln-Klller, Perry Dals Price 25c nnd
GERMAN CHURCH OPENED
Tho dedicatory services of the First
German Lutheran church on Ileretanta
street Sunday morning -were most Im
pressive, The church wns kept locked
until 9 o'clock when the formal open
ing took place. Just a few tntTrutei
previous to this part of the prograTn,
the trustees and pastor of the church,
their guests, making about Ave hun
dred in all, gathered on tho grounds
bac kof the church and marched out
Into Derctanla street and around to the
front door of the church. The Key.
Hans Iscnbcrg of Kaunl nnd Rev, W.
Jclmy, the new Lutheran pastor who
recently camo out from Hcrlln, Ger
many, headed the procession. Doth
wore their black ministerial gowns.
The former carried the Blhcr scrvlco
of the sacrament with the kejs of tho
rhurch upon a saher.
At the door, tho procoslon halted the
ncv. Sir.. Iscnbcrg, turning to Hev.
Sir. Fclmy, made nil appropriate nd
drcss In German, presenting him with
tho kejs of the church nnd welcoming
him nnd the congregation to tho new
building. The Hev. Sir, Fclmy receiv
ed the Kejs, unlockul the door nnd In
vited the congroKatlon to enter, Tho
church filled qulrkly nnd the bind
under the direction cf Captain Iterger
placd the opening h mn from the Ger
man Lutheran Hmnnl, the congrega
tion singing the words In German,
The Hev. Hats Isrnbcrg nnd tho
llov. V. Felmy occupied tho platform
uhllo the following guests, pastors of
nrlnus churches of tho city, occupied
the front pew : Ile. W. SI. Klncald, of
Central Union church: Hevt A. 12.
Cory, of tho ChrUthn church; Hev.
Sir. Parker, of Knwalhao church; Rev,
Sir, Kltc.it, of the Anglican church. 8.
SI. Damon was also one of the guests.
After a second hjnin, tho dedicatory
address nnd prajer were dclUered by
Sir. Iscnbcrg. At the closo of his ad
dress, Sir, Iscnbcrg mndo n few re
marks In English These finished. Rev,
W. SI. Klncald of Ceutral -Union church
stepped to the platform nnd extended
his hnnd to Itcv. Mr. Ispnbcrg for a
grasp of greeting He then dclUered
bis nddress. In conclusion, he said:
"Sly dear brother Felmy. pastor of
this beautiful church, lor mjself and
on behalf of Central Union church nnd
Its congregation, I come to nu to ex
tend the hand ot Christian fellowship
nnd greeting, nnd to bid ou God-speed
In our work of bringing men to right
eousness, nnd of bringing men to God.
God bless ou and our church, and Its
After a third hmn, tho pastor wns
Installed according to the rites of tho
Lutheran church, by Sir. Iscnberg.Mr,
Fclmy then nddiissed the congrega
tion. Then camtf another hymn and
Central Union rlmrrh unn rrnvt ,imi
last night. The occasion wns the fare
well address of William Iilgar Cell,
tho eancellst. Tho tit w'n '"Ami
JCSIIS Said '(In fthntV VlilirRrtlm tn in
priests.' And as they went, thtj were
cmwscu. Among oiucr things, the
eloquent speaker said:
"Sumo people Bay they are waiting
for conviction. You know jou aro
doing wrong, don't you? You know
that au nrn a fdnnpr. Whnt mnm ,ir.
jou nsk foe In tho way of comlctlon?
-menus, uon i wan until jour feel
lpgs prompt jou. I aao noticed this;
Deonlo who are nrnmntrH In Tin rn.
llglous through their feelings, hac a
very poor quality of religion two
months after they hac been tn
"Why should wo bo afraid to let
peonlo know that we aro n enml . u.n
really are? This town Is full of peoplo
wno are reading tno lllblo secretly, but
when ihey hear an ipproachlng foot
fall, the cram! nlil rtnnlr irnrw Inli ht.1-
Ing Immcdhtelj-. when jou aro at
your best, oery ono of you takes sides
With the Son of Rod. HnW mnr.li hot
ter for jou. If jou would but bo hnuo
enough to tako this stand openlj
"Gtvo religion n fnlr nnd impartial
trial. Then If m find It n ho nil
right accept It. I used to bo an Infidel,
out wnen I round tho religion of Jesus
Christ was all that It claimed tn tin. T
"Right In right, right or wrong, hot
or cold, clear or cloudy, old or joung,
saint or sinner, right Is right."
Cnntnto. " Gypsy Queen."
Walluku, Slay 31. Tbo cantata
"Gypsj Queen" to bo ghen by tho chil
dren of tho Walluku Union school will
como otr at tho school house next
Thursday evening, June C. Miss Nape
Is having dally as well as nightly re
hearsals, and no doubt the operetta
Mill bo such a musical treat that no ono
In Walluku could well afford to miss.
Return to Honolulu.
Walluku. Mav 31. nhns. I Rlemonn
tlmokccpcr at Kahulul (rallroid ofllcc,
nas severed nis connections with that
company and has icturned to Hono
lulu. "Charlie" will ho greatly missed
by his manv friends not nnh In Knhn.
lul but at Walkapu and Walluku.
Bind Your Own Photos.
FDr thise who wish to bind
their own nhnf ns KlvriRHns
are prepared to furnish all the
necessary materials in Pinainp;
D,iDer and nut boaid in nnv
The binding paper is already
gummed ready for use, whiih
greatly simplifies the process
HAWAIIAN TOBACCO CO., Ltd.,
Corner Merchant and Nuuanu Stm.t
bIho HOTEL. ST., oppowlto Bethel.
Iff VM MJrtr
" If jou don't waut uhlikcy to get the best of j-ou, jou muit get
the best of whiiltcj."
"1 do ladj', bt"hca a ftllo-v'i only got a mcLl he can't buy
W. C. Peacock & Co., Ltd,,
Office 'Phone, 390.
Works 'Phone, 389
SaVe YOUr 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 g inrantee at a price- -well,
you cannot afford to be without them.
The Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.,
Hawaiian EngineeriDg and Constraction Co.
ROO.V.S 508, 509, 510 STANGENWALD BUILDING.
P. O. BOX 834.
TEL. MAIN ;o
All classes of KnslncerltiK Work Bollcltcil; Exnmlnntlons, Sunej-s nnd Ite
ports made for nnjr clnsa of WntcrworkB, Stim anil Electric Constnictlon;
Plans anil Spcclftcntlona nnd Kstlmatcs ln-iirod, and Construction Superin
tended, In nil hrancliex of KiiKlncerlm,- Work; Contracts solicited for rtnll
roadB, Klcctrlc nnd Steam; Tunnels, Uridges, Uulldlngs, Hlgluaje, unda
tlons, Piers, Wharves, etc.
Special attention (riven to nnmtnntlons Vnluntlons, nml Ilciiorts of
Properties for Investment purposes.
FllEUnillCK J. AMWKO, M. AM. Boc. O. R,
Enslnevr nnd Manogsr.
W. n. CASTLE Jn.. SocroUrj- nnd Traisuror.
HENRY ST OOAR.
Members Stock and Bond Exchange.
AND DEALERS IN
Particular attaiiloa ! to coriaiHail aala ol
Hawallao Sufar Stock
Loana Na(oUau4. Batten aa Knl Biacka
408 Calltorala 6t.,
Hun Prnncl.co. Cnl.
A. C. LOVEKIN
STOCK ARD BOKD BROKE i
REAL ESTATE AND
FINiNO AL AGENT
402 JUDD BUILDING
Stock and Bond Broker
Ma.btf ol Hawalku jlock ti cbaat
Mclneruy Block, fort Htrht.
A. J. OAMPHRLL,
vStook and Bond Bro):oi
Mintar af laa Uoaolulo Sikkii 1actaaa.
Otno Queen atroet, mjijkvUc, Dnloi
, SEATTLE DEEIl.
Tho ever popular Rainier beer Is bo
corolng a household word and "will
you havo n glrss ot Seattle," Is mors
often heard than anything else. Th
Criterion Saloon baa the beer 00 tap or
W. H, THONE. Proprietor,
Open to the Public
MEALS AT ALL HOURS FROM 6.yo
A. M. TO It P. M. hUROHLAN PLAN.
a New Lot of . . .
Key West and
Beaver Lunch Rooms.
H. J. NOl TE.
(IOUMKLV Till EAQtF)
OV8TniS AND CHOP IIOUKC.
OPEN NIGHT AND DAY.
illv nmnrTDiM bk..i.i..
HOTEL STREET, Mir Numntf, ni door lo WJJy
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