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EVBNINO ElLLETIN, HONOLULU, H. T., MONDAY. JUNE 17, 1901.
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Enhance the beauty of one's home
more than any other kind of furnish
ings. And it is a pleasure to be able
to buy material for them at such little'
prices as we sell 'them : : : : :
In rich figured and striped patterns,
A great variety of exquisite
patterns, tasseled edges : :
-40c, SOc, 60c, 68c per yard.
Another handsome fabric for
' curtains or draperies : : : :
30c, 35c, 5oc per yard.
We have just received a large
shipment of WHITE
a O O D S which will be
opened up in a few days.
SPORT AT KAPIOLANI PARK
OFF COLOR IN SOME EVENTS
Bicitiivg Finishes in All the Events
Molhe Connor s Mysterious Ride
in the Six Furlongs-Virgie'A
and Amarino Run Well.
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ARE NOW SHOWN AT
The sporting public were decidedly
disappointed In tbo races last Satur
day. At least three of the number
looked badly. f
The hurdle race was the first dis
appointment. Dixie Land was an easy
favorite oer Watossa, but the black
horse was never In the race (or a mo
ment. Watossa won, pulled up, In
2:01, with three lengths to spare.
The six furlongs dash was the next
event that looked badly. Molllo Con
nors was backed to win the race and
started out with lengths to spare. The
breakaway was false but, notwith
standing that, the horses ran over the
course. Molly went to tho half In :4S
4-5,' when she suddenly collapsed, al
lowing Vlrgle A to win In 1:17 with
lengths to spare.
When the race was run over, cvefy
one expected that Ross would wait and
win driving on Molllo Connors but In
stead he again started out with a rutin
reaching the halt lengths ahead cf
his opponents. At that point the game
marc again collapsed, and Vlrgle A
and Racery fought It out to tho wire.
tho black marc winning by a neck hi
In the consolation race, Hilly lie
Closky as a somnambulistic pcrfoimer
was unexcelled. He slumbered peace
fully until the last eighth, when he
came on' with a rush, reaching the wire
Just too late to catch the staggering
Aggravation. All bets wric declared
The summary of the remainder of
the races Is us follows:
2:11 class, trotting and pacing, best
three heats In Ave; purse 1200.
Wnyboj, b. h, aged, 150..Qulnn 111
Tom Rjdcr, br. b , aged, ISO.Judd 2 2 2
Mosquito, bg, aged l&O.JlcManus 3 3 0
Time. 2:22, 2:21 V4. 2:23.
Ono mile dash, Hawaiian bred; purse
Amarino, b. g, aged, 123... Thomas 1
Amaranth, b. ni aged, 121.McAullffe 3
Jockey Club Clip, one and one
quarter miles handicap, free-for-all;
Welter, s. s , S, 129, McAullffe 1
Billy McClosky, c. h . aged, US, Pig-
gott .'. 2
Lady Amanda b. m., 5, S3, Nagasaki 3
I'ony race, one-half mllo dash.
Eileen, Harr) 1
Minnie, Oploplo 3
Time, :52V4 .
CALL AND BE CONVINCED.
U HOTFL ST., NEAR NUUANU
Another Large Shipment
of Angle Lamps,
"THE ANGLE LAMP"
THAT NEVER FAILS.
It teems alatost Incredible, that
tny laap couU be good enouf h 10
tikt the place ol electricity on even
ttf mi, yet such Is tht cam lih tht
an a Li lamp. All over tht lUns
people art throw In r aay ttklr o d
lamp and replacing then with this
lanp, not merely because It coats
bout one tenth at much to mala
tain (cost la no object lo tome re
pie) but, betide feline Infinitely
cheaper. It Is more brilliant and
mora reliable In the tarcaln ItUa
revelation to every one who uses It.
and simply demonstrates that the
old-fashioned lamp was a barbar
ous contrivance. THBANOL8LAMP
never smokes, smelts or rives any
trouble U lighted and extinguished
as easily as gas, and Is theldca
light f rum every standpoint Wt
carry these lamps from $i 80 up,
T..H. Davles & Co., Ltd.
AGENTS FOR Slcrll.f LubrkiUnt Ol'i f'arlphot. Alien 'Ctnmt, Portland Cement, Ulint Powdtr
C , Dlcki Balata Udtlne, Roihe Harbor lime O New Hon. bewine; Machine! anl Pan-Anwlcan Hand
Sewing Machinal ' n
DbALhKb IN Agateware, Glatswara, Crovnery, Harneii, Salll.i anJ Leather!, Rum, Diaii BeS
Kttdi, Trunin, Vallm, Matting,, bafet, Llnoleumi Powder and Cipi, General Harawer and Planiauon
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FOR MEDICAL RESEARCH
'Now York, June 1. Halng confer
red with many of the most eminent
pathologists In this country as to the
besf method of setting on foot nn
original scientific research Into tin
problems of medicine and hygiene,
John D, Rockefeller has placed at tht
disposal of a body of rromlncnt medi
cal men 200,000 to be available for
Immediate expenditure by an associa
tion Incorporated under the name of
Tho Rockefeller Institute for Medical
Research." The home of this Institu
tion, with such laboratories, staff and
equipment as may be found necessary,
will be located In this city.
The oSlccrs and board of directors
havo already been chosen. The list of
officers Is as follows: Dr. William H.
Welch, professor of pathology at
Johns Hopkins University, president:
Dr. T. M. Prudd, professor of pathology,
at Columbia University, lce president;
Emmctt L. Holt, clinical professor of
children's diseases at Columbia Univer
sity, secretary; Dr. C. A. Hcrtcr, pro
fessor of pathological chemistry at the
University of New York and Bcllevue
Hospital and Medical College, treasur
The dlroctors arc: Dr. J. H. Biggs,
director of laboratoilcs for the Hoard
6f Health of New York clt; DrrThco-
bald Smith of Iloston, professor of
comparative patholog) at Harvard Unl
vcislty; Dr. Simon FIcxner, professor
of patholog at the University of
HAWAIIAN TOBACCO CO., Ltd.,
Corner Merchant and Nuunnu Stm.,
nlMO HOTEL, ST.. opposslto Bethel.
Works 'Phone, 389
"HELL" NOT 8WEARING.
Elizabeth, N. J, Gov. Voorhees
figured last night as moderator In a
trial of Surgeon Dudau of the ambu
lance service of the Elizabeth General
Hospital, who was charged by Dr. E. It.
O'Kcllly with Insubordination and pro
Dr. O'Reilly charged that at a rail
road accident 011 tho Newark meadows
on April 4 when a llreman was family
Injured, Dr. Dadau bandaged the man's
Injuries and was about to have him
carried to tho ambulance when Dr.
O'Kcllly Insisted that, tho man lay
where be was until n priest could bs
sent for. Dr. Dndau Ii. fitted that the
nntlent Bhould be cot to tho hospital
as soon as possible, but Dr. 0 116111
demanded that the priest should glvo-
blm the last sacrament before removal.
Dr. Dadau submitted to the delay, but
when tho surfcrer was finally carried to
ambulance after the priest" had seen
him. Dr. Dadau called to the driver ta
"drive like hell" to tho hospital. To
this last act of the ambulanco surgeon
Dr. O'Reilly laid his charge of pro
When Dr. O'Reilly asked Governor
Voorhees It he didn't think that was
profanity, the Governor with a twlnkls
In his eye, said:
"I think, doctor, under all the cir
cumstances, I would have done Ins
The ambulance surgeon was exoner
KAMEHAMBHA 10, PUNAHOU O.
The Angle Um
.ALSO CARRVA C00O STOCK OT HAHfiWO
lWnsiWlinT.y H "1 .kTH
In one of the finest games of baseball
ever plajed In the Hawaiian Islands,
Kamehameha batted out a victory and
a championship Just In theilck of time
on Saturday last. It was Puanhou's
game up to the last inning, when a
lucky hit by Kamehameha won the day.
It was 9 to 8 In favor of Punahou.
Little Yates stepped to tho bat and
tingled, reaching first Then Richards
Stepped to the plate. Two balls were
pitched, but on the third Richards
caught the ball fair and square, and
sent It over the trees, where It lit on a
side bill nnd rolled farther and farther
aw ay from the Punahou fielders. It was
lucky hit, and made Just when It was
roost needed by the Kama
Punahou was better In the field, while
Kamehameha excelled with the stick.
Following is the score In the series':
( Kams. Oahu,
First game 9 C
Second game 14 2
Third game t.. 20 24
Fourth game 7- 13
Fifth game 10 9
The fccoie In Saturday's game was as
1 S .14 Mi 7 S 9
Punahou 0 12 1110 3 09
Kumehamelm ...0 0002330 210
Uase hlts'-By Punahou, 16; by Ka
At bat Punahou, 43 j Kamehameha,
nrrors Punahou, "; Kamehameha,
Home runs Richards (K,).
Double pla Kaal to Lemon.
Struck out D) Castle, 1; by Jones, 3,
Base on balls Dy Cnrtlc, 2; by Wil
liamson, 1; by Jones, 3.
Is recommended to build up -e
Weak ants flVPhUftrkcH nnri nmrlitro cnntiH.....
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FOR SALE EVERYWHERE
SaVe YOlir Wife Many Steps by Installing
A House Telephone iroa
Upstairs to Kitchen,
Yea will never House to Servants' Quarters,
part with it. House to Stable, Etc.
We will Install two 'phones complete under a guarantee at a price- -well,
you cannot afford to be without them.
The Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.,
Hawaiian Engineering and Construction Go.
510 STANGENWALD BUILDING.
TEL. MAIN 70
ROOMS 508, 500,
P. O. BOX 834.
yAll classes of Engineering Work solicited; Examinations, Suncjs and Re
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roads, Electric and Steam; Tunnels, Bridges, Buildings. Highways, Founda
tions, Piers, Wharves, etc.
Special attention given to Examinations, Valuations, and Reports of
Properties for Investment purposes.
FREDERICK J. AMWEO, M. AM. Soc. C. E , ,
Engineer and Manager.
W. R. CASTLE JR.. Secretary and Treasurer.
CROWDER At Knnawal, Honolulu,
June 10, 1901, Henry Kaplo John
Crowder, son of Jno. C, Crowder, Jr.,
aged ono month and twenty-four
SMITH In this city, Juno IB, 1901. at
S:qo a. m, W. A. Smith, aged fifty
Pottsv llle, Pa , papers please copy.
FAOEROOS In this city. June 15,
1901, to the wife of V. J. Fageroos, a
TO CURB A UULU IN ONE DAT.
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablet.
All druggists refund the money If It
falls to cure. E. W. Grove', slgnaturs
Is on each box. 25 cents.
The weekly edition of the Evening
Bulletin gives a complete summary, of
the new. of the dar.
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Consulting and Superintending
Electro-Hdraullc Powjr Transmission
REPORTS AND ESTIMATES
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OIIlco next to"1 Post Office. 1221
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ESTIMATES FURNISHED Ol All KINDS OP
Brick and Stone Work
Manufacturers of Doors, Sashes and
Frames, Blinds, Mouldlnzs. Brackets, and
All Kinds of Wood Work. Finish Turning
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New Map of Oahu.
Conipl'ei from fiovermrenl Sunejs ani Charts,
MjdioI Sujar Plantations Hlla ani Uthrr
Reliable Sources. THE MAC IS )lxi iscme,
with artlnlc colorings anJ neat mount In g, raak
Inf a very useful ai t as ornamental wall nup
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Imp'roved nnd modern SUOAR MA
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and RIVETED, PIPES for Irrigation
purposes a specialty. Particular atten
tion paid to JOB WORK, and repairs
executed at shortest notice.
Open tothe Public
MEALS AT ALL HOURS FROM 0:30
A. M. TO 11 P. M. EUROPEAN
a New Lot of ,
Beaver Lunch Rooms.
H. J. NOLTB.
(rORaERLV THE EAOIE)
OYSTER AND CHOP HOUSE.
OPEN NIGHT AND DAY. ,
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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
i latest styles.
1116 Nuuanu St.
, NoUy Fort Street.
Editor Evening Bulletin: I should
like to call the attention of the police
depaitment to the fact that we aro
having so much noise from drunken
nun or nt least, men who nrc very
noisy, In fiont of the. Popular House on
Fort street that It Is almost Impossible
to sleep between midnight and dnwn.
Perhaps the beats arc too long, for
the pollctmcn. At all events, the
working mm who lodge at that place'
aro continual!) dlstmbed by the nujsei
and would like to have them stopped.
The ever popular Rainier beer Is be
coming a household word and "will
you have a glf.as ot Seattle," Is mors
often heard than anything else. The
Criterion Saloon ho the beer on tap or
In bot'le. p
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