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L , ' , , EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU. H. T MONDAY. .
JUNK 10, 1M1. X
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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 of the season.
Also new and exclusive ideas in Chiffon Veilings and
Ladies' Fancy Stocks and Ties.
mm per yard for New Dimities, 29 inches wide, with
"1 L j Imitation-lace insertion stripes. These goods are
w "1 very suitable for stylish shirt waists, and come In
mmi J 8reat variety of beautiful summery colorings.
per yard for extra fine Dimities, 31 Inches wide ;
1 f 1 black ground'with white figures : white ground
I I with black figures j fancy .stripes and the new
mniJ est colors.
REAL FRENCH ORGANDIES
y n per yard for real French Organdies imported all
Ik I j the way from France by us. They are 33 Inches
Jj I wide, and the paitems are the Parisian ones.
J f Come and see something new and very handsome.
mm r per yard for another new, real French Organdy
Lk f j that is 31 Inches wide. Exquisite cashmere pat-
I I terns with a satin stripe running through. A great
JJ 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 most elaborate
selection .of tliese 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
Grass Linen. 'I hey are decidedly the most daitnty and delicate
:ncelts we've seen for many a day, and the beauty of them
s they'll wash. Lavehder, pink and blue border trimmings.
Wash Silks....". ....75c each
Grass Linen 75c "
Mull 35c "
N. S. Sachs Dry Goods Co.,
LIMITED. FORT ST.
BEATS KANEHAMEHA IN
FOURTH OF SERIES!
Gunts Now Stand Two AllThe
Score was 13 to 6 Harbottle'
Dislocates his Shoulder in
The 'Third Inning
Oahu Collcgo took Kamehamcha Into
camp last Saturday afternoon on the
Punahou campus. In the fourth game ot
baseball, the score being 13 to 7. Ka
mehamcha seemed to play In a half
hearted, listless way, and were unable
to solve Castle's delivery. While they
made more safe hits than the Oahuani
they were Inopportune and scattered,
while Punahou alwayshad one coming
when It was most needed.
Tho game, resolved Itself Into a
pitcher's battle on a small Scale. Off
Castle's delivery, 14 baso hits were
made, while hut 13 safe hits were scor
ed off Lemon's delivery. Lemon struck
out only two men, while Castle fanned
(our. 'Castle allowed no walks, while
Lemon gze three.
An accident occurred in tho third
Innjng. In which Harbottle of Kameha
mcha got his shoulder dislocated. The
player was sliding home when he and
Perry collided with the result that ilar
bottle got the worst of the encountor
and was forced to retire.
The official score was asfollov.s:
Kamehamcha ...0 013010100
Oahu College ...2 2 1 5 2 1 0 0 -13
The Stars defeated the Artillery Sat
urday In a game rather replete with
errors, the score being 18 to C. Both
teams were pitifully weak In team work
and showed a great lack of practice,
Tho soldiers played 1 adly In the ex
treme but the Stars showed faint glim
merings of brilliancy. With more prac
tice, they will undoubtedly bo one 0
the strongest teams in the league.
The score by Innings was as follows:
Btars 2 1 3 G 0 1 1 4 18
Artillery 0 0 0 0 0 13 105
MRY III Air
SWELL HATS AND DRESSES
FOR JUNE 11th.
Very Latest In Novelties.
Hair Dressing Manicuring,
Scalp Treatment and Sham-
THE M. E. KILLEAN CO., LTD.
, HOTEL STREET.
TheLight Tliaf NeverEails
fM "T I I J
Another Large Shipment
of Angle Lamps.
"THE ANGLE LAMP"
THAT NEVER FAILS.
It Mens almoit Inert Jlfal that
any 1p could b gooJ enough to
Utu th place of tlcculcily on tvn
terms, ytt iuch It the cat l h tht
ANGLE LAMP. All OVtf th Ulanlt
Walluku, Juno 8. Two Japanese
working on the ditch at Kallua, Huelo,
belonging to the Hawaiian Commer
cial & Sugar Co., were fatally Injured
yesterday morning by the premature
explosion of giant powder. The fuse
and cap were removed from the stick
of giant powder placed In .tho hole
mado In the rock, and whllc'tiio two
men were drilling nnother hole In tho
same rock, tho giant powder exploded,
injuring the Japanese severely. The
accident occurred at S o'clock in the
morning and 0110 of them died within
nn hour after tho explosion, while the
other lingered for several hours longer
until death ended his agonies. Deputy
The following letter yvrltten by Mrs.
U M. N. Stevens, President of the W.
C. T. IT., will be valuable reading for
advocates of the dlspcnmry system:
Editors Kennebec Journal: The dis
pensary system of dealing with the
liquor traffic Is so much talked of In
these days that I would like to give
the readers of the Kennebec Journal
the result pf myobservatlons of this
form oMtcensce. This law Is In opera
tion In South Carolina and In some
sections ot Alabama and Georgia.
The first dispensary In this century
was In Athens. Oa.. It Is there still;
and while in Georgia recently t have
been studying this method. I have
learned from most reliable sources that
the large amount of liquor sold In tho
dispensaries of Athens and the large
profit made by the sale, show that
thorf has hppn nn decrease In the con
sumption of liquor and the resulting'
Intemperance. These profits at the
present time constitute the Issue In a
heated litigation between city and
county authorities as to the proper
division. The Baptist church in
Athens has withdrawn fellowship from
the manager of the dispensary and the
Methodist conference has Instructed
the pastor to take proceedings ngalnst
the asssleuuu manager who Is a mem
ber of the Methodist church, In order
to tHt tho question whether holding
such position does not violate the law
of the church. This shows how the
dispensary Is regarded by those who
are Influenced by the moral consider
I was In a town several days, which
had adopted nine years ago tho dis
pensary method. In one day while I
was there there were five arrests for
Illicit selling., (Blind Tigers Is the
uame given to the Illicit saloon In the
South). I find that this and other
license laws or their restrictive fea
tures are violated quite as much as the
prohibitory law of Maine.
In South Carolina the dispensary law
was passed shout six years ago. The
establishment of so-called beer dis
pensaries Is now In vogue there. These
beer dispensaries pay a fee of (3 per
barrel to the "regular" dispensary for
nil goods consumed. ''Ex-saloonlsts"
and others sell liquor In this faiy In
violation of the law aud "blind tigers"
or "blind pigs" or Joints are not un
known. Statistics show that the sale
ot spirits has Increased umler dispen
sary laws, which laws are violated the
same as other liquor taws, and In ad
dition to this are wrong In principle.
Let us see. The year before the dis
pensary system was adopted, 37.843 gal
Ions of spirits vt ere sold, after Ave
years trial, 84,021! gallons in one year.
Tho sale of fermented liquors Increased
from 3.270 to 71,900 barrels. As a tem
perance measure the dispensary Is a
failure and as a promoter of law en
forcement and good order It Is far from
a success. ,
U M. N. STEVENS.
On cars In Texas. May 13, 1901,
.AT THB ,
HAWAIIAN TOBACCO C.O., Ltd.,
Corner Merchant and Nuunnu Sts.,
nlwo MOTEL. ST.. opposite Bethel.
Office 'Phone, 390
Works 'Phone, j8g
Save YOlir Wife Many Steps by Installing
A House Telephone fron
Tei will never
part with it.
Upstairs to Kitchen,
House to Servants' Quarters,
House to Stable, Etc.
We will install two 'pjiones complete under a guarantee at a price- -well,
you cannot afford to be without (hem.-'
The Hawaiian Electric ' Co., Ltd.,
, Hawaiian Engineering and Construction Go.
ROOMS 503, 509, 510 STANGENWALD BUILDING.
P. O. BOX 834. f TEL. MAIN 70
All classes of Engineering Work solicited; Examinations, Sun ye and Re
ports made for any class of Waterworks, Steam and Electric Construction;
Plans and Specifications and estimates Prepared, and Construction Superin
tended. In nil branches of Engineering Work; Contracts solicited for Hall
roads, Electric and Steam; Tunnels, Bridges, Uulldlngs. Highways, Founda
tions, Piers, Wharves, etc.
Special attention given to Examinations, Valuations, and Reports of
Properties for investment purposes.
FREDERICK J. AMWEG, M. AM. Soc. C. E.,
Engineer and Manager.
W. R. CASTLE JR.. Secretary nnd Treasurer.
Sheriff Sam Kalanun of Maltawno. who Homing a household word and "will
was nt Walluku at the time, attending
the June term of tho Second Circuit
Court, was hastily summoned to the
scene of tho accident, and ho Is there
now lncstlgating tho matter.
MYRTLE TRAINING BEGINS.
Training for the boat races has at
last begun Is earnest. The Myrtle
crews started for Pearl Harbor Satur
day and the Healanls will follow them
down on Wednesday. Thoeo of the
Myrtle boys who went to Pearl Harbor
are as follows: O. Sorcnson, w. II.
Sopcr, O. Olrvln. O, A. Martin, W, Lyle,
P, Lishman, A. Giles. W. Armstrong,
W. R. McLean, A. F. Judd; Wheeler
and Smith, coxswains; G. H, Angus,
quartermaster; A. A. Wilder, manageri
a steward and n carpenter.
Some of the boats were sent down nn
but the raclnc shell will not
I go down for a day or so. In the mean.
idmA thn l,nvn will trnln In thn nnli ,.ir
depadtment. hoat'nnd tho two heavy shells.
flENTS FOR Slerllif lubrkitlnOllf.ririp(,0t, Alun Cmsat. Poitlini' Ctunt, Clint Powder I The boys will plt up at Clarcnco
C , r cwi Qiiiu Ucitinj:, Roctn Hirbor Lint o Siw Homi biwine MicDinei ml Pin-Antticin Hind Macfarlano's place. A liberal table
iMltKb'lN Agitewin, Gliuwirt. CrotMry, Hirneu. SlJJI.l inJ Uithiri, Rul. Bfiii Bid- ' will bo served, SO Hint the boys will
mdl, Trunki, VilUti, Milling!. Sll, Ltnolnimi Powdir ind Opt, Gininl Hlfdwir ind Plintition n0 (r0 quickly.
The Angle Ump
(Wiowuy a WMnsroci! w iwwfcr
reopU if threwlnjt at?iy ttMlro'4
imp inJ repUcInr thca with this
(up, not nerely mcium It costs
tout ont-ttntn at mucbtoaula
tain (cott It no obtect to tome do
pit) but, twilJf bttnff Infinitely
cheaper, It Is mora brilliant ani
mora relUblt ta tht bargain. It la a
revelation to tveryona who uses It,
and timely demonstrates that the
oUfashloned lamp was a bar bar-
ous contrivance. THI ANQLH lamp '
never smokes, smells or rivet any
trouble. Is liehted and extinguished
as easily as 8. and Is the Ides j
carry these lamps from Si,& up, Saturtlay,
T. H. Davles & Co., Ltd.
.A Splendid tpnic
Is recommended to build ud ?.
U,- T" TTY'Vlg'fcXBAM , .. 'I
FOR SALE EVERYWHERE
ALICE KIMBALL. WRBCK SOLD.
Walluku, Juno 2. Tiie wreck of the
schooner Alice Kimball now lying on
the Knhulul beach, was sold nt auction
Inst Monday by .Sheriff Baldwin, for the
benefit of the underwriters. Messrs.
Cyrus Oreen and W. O. Scott were tho
highest bidders nnd the wreck wai
knocked down to them for tho paltry
'sum of $125. Tho new owners Intend
tf. float the schooner and tbey am at
t present engaged In devising ways and
means tor uoating uer.
Maul Chinaman fiulclden,
Walluku, Juno 3. A Chinaman at
Knannpnll, I.ahalna, being tiled ot his
existence on this earth, successfully
ended his life by shooting himself with
, i) pistol last Friday afternoon. As tho
Chinaman lived In a very secluded part
of tho country, It wjs Impossible for
Deputy Sheilff I.Indsey ot Ualmlna,
who Is at Walluku nod, to find out tho
particulars ot the case.
Grass Linens in AH Colors. '
6andal Wood Boxes. Pohfiee Silks
For Gentlemen's Suits and also In lighter weights.
MERCHANT TAILOR, A large variety of cloths made up In the
1110 Nuuanu St.
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAT.
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets.
All druggists refund the money if It
falls to cure. E. W, drove's tlgnaturs
li on each box. K cents.
The Bulletin, 75 cents per month.
The ever popular Rainier beer Is be-
you have ft gluts of Seattle," Is mors
often heard than anything else. The
Criterion Saloon bat the beer on Up or
V. H. Poulsen, PAINTING AND PA
PERIIANQINO, King, cpp. Kawalahao
Church. Tel. White 3112.
FRED J. CROSS,
Consulting and Superintending
Klrctro-Hydraullc Power Tnnsmltslor
REPORTS AMD ESTIMATES
FURNISHED. . . .
With Cfttton-Nnll Co,, Qneeo (treat.
Office next to Poi-aoe. 11
A. Harrison Mill Co.
ESTlimiS FVIIMSHCD ON All KINDS OP
Brick and Stone Work
Manufacturers of Doors, Sashes and
Frames, Bllr.ds, Mouldings, Brackets, and
All Kinds of Wood Work. Finish Turning
KAWAIAHAO ST., KEWALO,
Tel. White 1221 P. O: Box ..
COTTON BROS. & CO.
ENGINEERS AND : : :
Plins inJ eitlnuei furnlthf J for ill clitM! ot
ROOM sec, BOSTON IILOCK, HONOLULU
IS NOW v
Open to the Public
MEALS AT ALL HOURS FROM 6:j
A. M. TO II P. M. EUROPEAN PLAN.
a New Lot of . . .
Beaver Lunch Rooms.
Honolulu Iron Works Cc
Improved and saodern SUGAR IfA
CIIINERY ot every capacity and d
scrlptlon made to order. Boiler work
and RIVETED PIPES for lrr'i.Uoi
purposes a specialty. Particular ttea
tlon paid to JOB WORK, and rxpalrt
executed at shortest notice
H. J. NOLTE.
(fomuBiv Tilt IAOII)
OYSTER AND CHOP HOUSE.
OPEN NIGHT &D DAY.
nillY lusaonei. Proprietor,
HOTEL STRECT. neir Nmunu, nut dooi to fiilf
R)in's "Encort" iSiS-im ,
'' the best in .f 3?UWmMSM
. ; . sovent, y i -Bf
' Noble -& I v, 'SWmWM
W. C. PEACOCK & ICO,, LTD T Sole Aent
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