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EVENING LILT.ETIN, HONOLULU, H. T. THURSDAY, JUNE 13. 1901,
We've another treat for you this week In new anJ
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.
f mam p per yard for New Dimities, 29 Inches wide, with
M La j imitation tace Insertion stripes. These goods are
r 5l verv sultable fr stylish shirt waists, and come in
J a Sat variety of beautiful summery colorings.
r per yard for extra fine Dimities, 31 inches wide ;
"Jf j black ground witru white figures : white ground
r I I witn black fiBures ; fancy stripes a"nd the new
mmAJ est colors.
REAL FRENCH ORGANDIES
m per yard for real French Organdies imported all
Jl I 1V the way from France by us. Thev are 33 inches
fLI I wide, and the patterns are the Parisian ones.
J' Come and see something new and very handsome.
mam p per yard for another new, real French Organdy
L f j that is 31 inches wide. Exquisite cashmere pat
fl I terns.with a satin stripe running through. A great
J J 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 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
Grass Linen. They are decidedly the most daitnty and delicate
conceits we've seen for many a day, and the beauty of them
is they'll wash. Lavender, pink and blue boiler trimmings.
Wash Silks 75c each
Grass Linen 75c "
Mull 35c "
Will b Temporarily In
Charged of Health
KOKUAS NOT ALLOWED '
TO 60 TO M0L0KAI
Liberal Offer of Bishop Estate Trus
tees of Cemetery Site for the
Insane Asylum is
N. S. Sachs Dry Goods Co.,
A NEW LINE OF
GOLF SHIRTS, PAJAMAS,
, JAPANESE SILKS,
DOILIES, JEWELRY, ETC.
ARE NOW SHOWN AT
r.kl. AND BE CONVINCED.
U HOTEL ST.. NEAR NUUANU
TlieLtglii That NeverRiits
Another Large Shipment
of Angle Lamps.
"IflE ANGLE LAMP"
THAT NEVER FAILS.
It tttaa alaott Incrtd bit that
any Up could tt good enough lo
takt tbi plact of t Itctrkltjr on vtn
farms, ytt such Is Wit cast vlth tht
ANQLILAMP. All OVtf ftM IsUnJ
rtoplt art throwing aay tbtlr otd)
amps and replacing thtm with this
taap, not ntrtly Mcaus H costs
bout ona tenth as much to mala
tain (cost Is no object to soma pti
pit) but, bttlda btlnt Infinlttly
chtaptr, It Is mora brilliant and
nortrellablalathttarcala It Ha
ravalatlon to tvery ont who usas It,
and slmrly dtmunttratts that tht
old-tashloDtd lamp was a barbar
ous contrlvanct. thi anqlb lamp
ntvtr smokes, smells or glvts any
troublt. Is lighted and aitlngulshtd
as taslly as eat, andlttha Idea
light from avtry standpoint Wa
carry thaw lamps from Si .80 up.
T. B. Davies 5 Co., Ltd.
CENTS FOR Slarllif Lubricating Olli n,lpho. Allan Ccotnt, PoMlani Cm.nl, OI.nl Powiai
C . r Icki Biliu Billing, Roclu Harbor Lima C Saw Horn, Sawing; Machlnaa and Pan-Anwlcan Hani
Sawing Machlnaa . . i
LtALtRb IN Agatawara. Gtanwara, Cromary, Harnaii. SadJIaaanJ Laathaia, Ruga, Bran Bad
ll.all, Trunka, Valltaa, Mattlngf, Salaa, tlnolcuma Paw jar and Capa, Ccnaial liardwarr aM Plantation
,ALS0 CARRA WW SlOOijOrWUmKL
flaefUmvnui ojb initial mm r i
lf I 'iPh 11111
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s recommended fo build u
Weak and overworked. and Droduce. sound ..J
iilsks&tost&mM; j r 1
FOR SALE EVERYWHERE
The Hoard 'of Health met yesterday
In regular session, with President
Cooper In the chair. The members
present were: Dole, Sloggett, Mott
Smith and Smith.
Petition of Komuela to go to Molokal
as a kokua to her husband as read.
Her husband Is only 10 years of age.
The petition recounted the facts that
Katanul, her husband. Is a Buspcct at
Kallhl, and prajs for permission to ac
company him to Molokal In case he Is
found to have leprosy. The petition
was refused, together with the petition
of Mlkala, to the same effect.
A letter from A. Hutchinson was
read, In which he went over again the
differences growing out of tho taro sit
nation. He still claims he did not get a
square deal from the Tluard In the use
of his taro during the recent famine.
The report of the taro committee on
palal was read. The proposition of
a firm was to furnish palal
for a term of two years at $1.26 for 21
potind rations and $1.50 for 25 pounds.
For the third and fourth years, the
figures were $1.10 and $1.30. The tender
called for 400 bundles per week.
Attorney General Dole wanted to
know If tt were not possible to procure
taro from the other Pacific Islands.
This was found to be Impracticable,
owing to the tendency of taro to sour
It kept on hand any length of time.
The whole palal matter was deferred
A letter from the Assistant Superin
tendent of the Insane Asylum, relating
to the matter of a site for a cemetery,
was read. An application had been
made to the trustees of the Dlshop Es.
tato for a cemetery site In Kapalama.
In reply, the trustees offered a. suitable
tract for tho purpose mentioned on a
lease for a term of 20 ) cars for tho sum
of $1. all expenses of drawing papem
and fencing tract o be borne by tho
Board of Health.
The offer was accepted by the Board
and n vote of thanks extended to the
Dlshop trustees for the liberal offer,
which Is practically a gift.
The application of Dr. Mtillan, Gov
ernment ploslclan at Wnlmca, for a
leao of absence for three months was
granted, provided be provldo a substi
tute for that time.
I)r, Cofer's report of health In the.
Orient was read, stating, among other
things, that there are now 220 cases of
the plague at Hongkong. '
Attorney Stanley reported In behalf
of a client that. In his opinion, the
sanitary condition In the vicinity of
Peck's stables, in Kewalo, Is such as to
constitute a nuisance, and that the
Board had the power to vacate certain
premises, the occupancy of which en
dangered the public health. The mat
ter was referred to Executive Officer
Pratt and Attorney General Dole.
The matter of choosing a Secretary
temporarily was mentioned by Presi
dent Cooper, who stated that, while he
had been empowered to choose tho
temporary Secretary, ho felt that tho
wbolo Board should make the selection.
Fred Smith said that ho believed In
the principle of promotion in tho pub
lie sen Ice, and, therefore, would urge
that C. Charlock be offered tho posi
tion. Attorney General Dulo said ho had no
candidate, but would tay a word con
cerning a young man. He said somo
months ago Harry Mossman was In his
office as a messenger boy, and that bo
told High Sheriff Brown that It was a
waste of good timber to keep as good
a man In that position. Since that
tlmo Mossman baa been In the Sheriff's
office. Ho would make a good secretary.
Ho la competent, loyal and industrious.
Dr. Slogeett presented tho name of
Arthur JohiiBtono and clalmed'for him
scientific attainments end ability,
Tho application of J M, Klggs was
The matter was settled by the elec
tion of C, Charlock to hold the plate
until a peimanent Secretary should be
H. A. Mott-Smlth, who will leave fu:
n three weeks' trip to the Coast within
a fow dajs, placed his resignation u
the hands of President Cooper, to he
used In case necessity should arise dur
ing his absence. He has no Intention
of soterlng his connection with tho
EH AND SAURIES
One of the first things done at the
afternoon session of the House ester-
day was the reading of a spicy letter
from Judge Little by Mr. Emmeluth.
Dickey objected to the letter, asking
that It be returned to tho Introducer
with a vote of thanks.
Monsarrat objected. "Mr. Speaker,"
said he, "this letter Is from a Federal
official, and Is a direct attempt to cut
another officer's throat. Judge Little
knows that he has nothing to tear rela.
tlvo to his salary, and Is doing his best
to harm some of his brother officers. I
think that President McKlnley should
hear of this, and move that It be spread
on the minutes."
Makekau thought that a private let
ter had no right upon the minutes.
Emmeluth stated that his action was
creating a precedent, and would open
the way for dozens of more letters of
similar nature. He asked that the let
ter be returned to the writer, and his
request was granted on a show of
The afternoon session' of the House
was principally spent In reconsldi ra
tion. Every member had some Item
which he wanted reconsidered and con
siderable time was thus wasted. Tho
salaries which were lived are as fol
lows: Educational Department: Su
perintendent. $7200; back salary of Su
perintendent. $3750: rie Normal In
spectors. $25,000; Secretary, $3600; As
sistant Secretary, $3009.
The House adjourned about 4:30
HAWAIIAN TOBACCO CO., Ltd.,
Corner Merchant and Nuuanu fits.,
Office 'Phone, 390
Works 'Phone, 389
SaVe YOUf Wife Many Steps by Installing
A Douse Telephone fre
Camara Co. can now be found oj
Alaka street between Klnx and Mer
Henry R. Wbrthington
and Fort Streets.
Y01 will never
strt with it.
Upstairs to Kitchen,
House to Servants' Quarters,
House to Stable, Etc.
We will install two 'phones complete under a guarantee at a price- -well,
you cannot attorn to oe without them.
The Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.,
Hawaiian Engineering and Construction' Go.
ROOMS 508, 509,
P. O. BOX 834.
510 STANGENWALD BjILDING.
TEL. MAIN 70
All classes of Engineering Work solicited; Examinations, Survejs and Re
ports made, for any class of Waterworks, Steam and Electric Construction;
Plans and Specifications and Estimates Prepared, and Construction Superin
tended, in all branches of Engineering Work; Contracts solicited for Rail
roads, Electric and Steam; Tunnels, Bridges, Ilulldlngs, Hlghaays, Founda
tions, Piers, Whanes, etc.
Special attention ghen to Examinations. Valuations, and Reports of
Properties for lnestment purposes.
FREDERICK J. AXIWEO, M. All. 80c. C. E.,
Engineer and Manager.
W. R. CASTLE JR.. Secretary and Treasurer.
TEL.. MAIN 100.
FRED J. CROSS,
Consulting and SaperlnUndlns;
Klftctro-Hjdraallc Power Tnnamlssloi
REPORTS AND ESTIMATES
FURNISHED. . . . -With
Cttton-Nell Co.. Qaeon sttMt.
OfflM noxt to Px3bco. lilt
Engineers and Builders of
High Duty Direct Acting
and Crank and Fly Wheel
Pumping Engines. Elect
rically Driven Pumps,
Power Pumps, Centrifugal
Pumps and Water Meters.
Large stock of small pumps
on hand for all services
H. HAOKFELD & 00.,1.
1EIERAL C0MMIS3101 ABEIT;
Cor. Fort and Queen Sts., Honolulu.
Grass Linens in All Colors.
Sandal 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.
The ever popular Rainier beer Is be
coming a household word and "will
you have ft glrss of Seattle," Is mora
often heard than anything else. The
Criterion Saloon has the beer on tap or
The Bulletin, 75 cents per month.
M. PHILLIPS A GO
Wholesale Importers and Jobbers
toropnn mi Anirican Dry Hm
Fort and Queen Streets.
Open to the Public
A. Harrison Mill Co.
IStlHATM rUDIIlHID 01 All KINDS OP
Brick and 6tone Work
Manufacturers of Daors, Sashes and
Frames, Blinds, Mouldings, Brackets, and
All Kinds of Wood Work. Finish Turnln
KAWAIAHAO ST., KEWALO,
Tel. White 12 P. O. Box ;;2.
New Map of Oahu.
Coapl!i from Gowrnmtrtt Survtyi ani Chirti,
Maps of Sbiar Plinutlorn, Killwai, ani Othr
KtllaMt Sources. THB hap is 8ms Inches,
with artlitlc coloring an J ntit mount In malt
Inr a vary utful at well as ornament I wait mjp
The I'Rics op thi mac is Ito oo. Copies can
ba obtain J from
JAS. T TAYLOR.
P. O. Do too JuJl Bullilnr, Hnotutut T, 11
or HAWAIIAN NEWS CO , LTD
COTTON BROS. & CO.
ENGINLERS AND : : :
Plana sniMllmitta tumlihal tor all dun, of
ROOM joo. BOSTON MOCK, - HONOLULU
Honolulu Iron Works Cc
ImproTed and modsra SUOAR MA
CHINERT of tT7 capacity ana
crlptlon made to ordtr. Hollar work
and RIVETED Pipjcs (or trrfaUlo
purposes a specialty. Partlcauar tta
Uon paid to JOB WORK, and main
executed at ahortest notice.
MEALS AT ALL HOURS FROM 6:p
A. M. TO 1 1 P. M. EUROPEAN PLAN.
a New Lot of .
Beaver Lunch Rooms.
H. J. NOLTH
(roaet.iY thi saqib)
OYSTER AND CHOP HOUSE.
OPEN NIGHT AND DAY.
aiiir lUAoaMi. Proprietor.
HOTEL STREET, naar Nuuanu, nail dooi lo filir
Ryan'a "Ertcr." iti-iai
Mrs. W. L. Eaton
UllTON lODOS, UNO HBStT
I WMm Rcapins the srain I
milL I r(SSl.tftf4fflm from which the world renowned Cyrus K
PrV Bk i 1 1 TV mI'llyMu Noble whiskey is distilled.
&gflki i A Y imzUyMm Nothing but the finest grade of corn or
.HifVflprl TS ill vMVVmwm No exPensc is 5r)aret' in 'ts disti,,a(ion I
VWrwf i?i ltfi$ W(Wm T,U' i$ Why il '"' beC" tl,C leadcr 3" 0VCr I
mfmW i fillr m$IMwv wor'(J for 0Vr $evcn'y year$1 I
mwSm v&M I M)jimBl lt i$ $ix y"r$ in wood bcfore boUlins W,
mSmr ??TS?H3 It is pure and honest. Ij
IIS wKp A sreat aid to digestion.
jBI W'tfiSSm An ideaapp:,i"r, '' I
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