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EVBNINO BCLLPriN, HONOLULU, H. T.. MONDAY, JULY 8. 1901.
HIS 16 ONB OF THE GREATEST LACE
seasons of recent years, and beautiful laces of a fine
quality are greatly in demand. Ourheavy purchases
enable us to offer some of the most desirable laces of the season
at prices that we are positive cannot be equalled elsewhere.
ALL OVER LACES A verv ,ine assortment In silk and cotton.
Just the thing for trimming shirt waists.
The great superiority of, our Trimming
Department is a matter of common know
ledge. It's values cannot be approached
by others. ---------
In new patterns of black and white. The new
designs are simply exquisite,
MUSLIN AND CHIPFON TUCKINGS
very suitable for yokes. The designs are all
new, and the prices very low.
A. FANCY SILK CHANCE
one good Item tumbles along after another. This one
is bound to engross your attention. For just one week,
ending Saturday next, we will sell regular S1.2; and
' S1.05 per yard, fancy silks handsome stripes and
fancy figured patterns, at the uniform price of
95 cents per ard.
KOBO BUST PERFECTORS
Lends added beauty and grace to the female form divine. Any
woman who wears one can have a beautiful figure. Try one.
Don't forget that we have a Fine Show of Linen for
handkerchiefs and fancy gown work.
N. S. Sachs Dry Goods Co.,
Hi HAS SEASON
OF SPLENDID RACES
A NEW LINE OF
GOLF SHIRTS, PAJAMAS,
DOILIES, JEWELRY, ETC.
ARE MOW SHOWN AT
CALL AND BE CONVINCED.
U HOTFL ST., NEAR NUUANU
ROCHE HARBOR LIME
THEO. H. DAyiES & CO., Ltd.
' A5PLENDID JQNIC
recommended to build up
e convalescent, strengthen the '
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From all accounts, the races nt Hoo-
lulu Park, llllo, on July 4, 5 and 6, were
most successful and more In the line
of sport by long odds than the recent
races nt KaplolanI park. The largest
crowd turned out on July 4, when the
grand stand was simply crowded to
overflowing. On July 5 and C, the
crowds were somewhat smaller but the
sport was better even than ton the
Fourth of July. The band wasA great
addition and the llllo people were more
than delighted at the performance of
Captain Merger and hli boys.
A number of new Hawaiian track
records were made. Among these was
the" half-mile In :49yt by Mollle Con
nors, tho mllo in 1:47V4 by Dixie Land.
Amarlno, the racer that has held his
own on the track for to long, captured
three purses, Billy McClusky two nnd
Violin two, Frank S three and Dlxln
Land two. The surprise of tho threo
days' racing was the defeat ot Ullly
McClusky by Dixie. Land. '
The summary of the first day's racing
is as follows:
1. Three-eighths mile, Hawaiian
bred: purse $100.. Won by Amarlno
In :3SV4; Lady Llghtfoot second and
2. One-half mile, tree for nil; purs
$160. Won by Frank S In :B0Vi: De
fender second; Mollle Connors third;
Carter Harrison fourth.
3. Trotting and pacing, free for nil;
best to In three; purse $200. Won
by Violin In two straight heats, time
2:29 and 2:28,,4; Wayboy second,
Walter P third. Tho first hnt was
awarded to Violin on n protest.
4. Three-fourths mile dash, free for
all; purse $130. Won by Wnttnssa hi
1:1894; Rejected, second; Llllle Mac,
6. Lucas' race, one mile, owners up;
purso $75. Won by Lndy Llghtfoot;
Nellie Dray second; Olaa Uoy third.
Won pulled up.
0. One mile, freo for all; purse $150
and llllo (Mercantile. Cup, to be won
twice; value $150. Won by Wily Mc
Clusky In 1:48; Flcrro second; Gen
eral Cronjo third; Princess I.eota
7. Three minute class, trotting and
pacing, best two In three; purse $100.
Won by Impcrateur In two straight
heats, time. 2:44 and 2:4CV&; Dusty
Rhodes' second; Joe Take-It-Easy
third; Daisy Dell fourth.
The summary of tho second day's
racing Is as follows:
1. Three-eighths mile, free for all;
purso $100. Won by Frank S In :3GVi;
Defender second; Molly Connors third.
2. Ftve-el.thths mllo dash, free for
all; purso $123. Won by Rejected In
1:0SU; Carter Harrison, Jr., second;
Little Mac, third.
3. Three-fourths mile, Hawaiian
bred; purso $100. Won by Amarlno
In 1:2191; Alpheus, second; Waterloo,
4. One-half mile dash, freo for all;
purso $123. Won by Molly Connors In
:W; Frank S second.- Defender,
third; Rejected, fourth.
5. Ono mile hurdle, six hurdles;
purso $123. Won by Dixie Land In
l:554; Merrill's Faust, second; Wat
C. One and one-fourth miles, free for
nil; purse $130. Won by Ullly McClus
ky In 2:19; Flcrro, second.
7. Three-fourths mile handicap, free
for all; purso $150. Won by Amarlno
In 1:19; Princess Leota, seccjid; Al
pheus, third, 1
Tho summary ot the third day's rac
ing Is as follows:
1. One-half mile, freo for all, handi
cap; purse $100. Won by Frank S In
:50Vi; Carter Harrison, second; Da
tender, third. ,
2. Ono mile, trotting and pacing, best
two In threo; purse $100. Won by
Violin In last two heats, time 2:27 and
2:214. Wayboy won tho first heat In
2:2714. but got third place In tho last
two heats. Walter P wtu second In the
Ust two heats.
S. One mile handicap, purse $100
Won by Dixie Land in 1:4714; Ullly
McClusky, second; MerrlU'B Faust,
third. The record mailo Is a now one.
Tho old one was 1:49U.
4. Three-fourths mile, tunas' rate;
purso $78. Won by Waterloo; Nelllo
Gray, second; Olaa Boy, third; WJUlo
5. 2:38 class, trotting and pacing,
best two In threo; purse $123. Won by
Admiral Dewey In tho Inst two heati,
time 2:45 and 2:10?',. Tho first beat
was won by Imperateur In 2:4214, this
horso coming in second In the last two
bents. Gray Haglo was third.
6. Five-eighths mile handicap; purso
$100. Won by Wattassa In 1:08; Lll
llo Mac, Becond, nnd Rejected, third.
The officers of tho day nt the nxtn
were as follows:
Starter of running and trotting
races, W, H. C. Campbell. , 1
Judges, Prince David, Robert- Hor
ner and Peter Lee.
Clerk of course, Dr. W, II, Jnticp.'
Clerk ot scales, Henry HocMny.
Timekeepers, J. D, Kennedy,
Clerk of paddock, A. Hums.
ATHLETIC, CLUB WINNER
The Police and .Honolulu Athletic
clubs crossed bats on tho recreation
grounds at Maklkl Saturday afternoon
and tho former' went down In defeat to
tho tune of 19 to 13, notwithstanding
the fact .that they had a very much
strengthened team. It did not seem
possible for the police to get by the un
lucky number 13.
The gamo began, shortly after 3
o'clock with quite a number ot people
out t see the game. The lack of a
grand stand or the friendly shade of
cen a Inntana bush, made It uncom
fortable business for tho spectators
but they stuck to It and saw the gamo
to Its finish. It rained and even then
the people would not have. As for tho
players, thoy kept right on as If noth
ing had happened.
In the seventh Inning, the II. A. C. s
simply knocked the ball all over the
field nnd played all manner ot games
outside of baseball, with the policemen.
Tbo most trouble was met with by the
police when, In the fifth Inning, tho II.
A. C.'s put Kaat In tho box. Tho
police were not In from that time on,
although In the Inst two Innings, they
made four and two rms, respectively,
Joy did well for the police but In tho
third Inning he began pitching wild.
The official score by Innings was as
1 2 3 I 5 0 ? 8 9
Police 2 0 2 0 3 0 0 4 213
H. A. C 20503090 19
Tho teams were as follows:
Honolulu Athletic Club P. Qloason,
lb; J. Ilansmnn. If; C. Kunoll. cf; II,
Kaal, p; J. A. Thompson, 2b; J, Cowcs,
rf; Kd. Jones, p; D. Dayton, c; Maka-
Police R. Parker, Jr., cf: II. Joy, p;
Duncan, 3b; Akau, lb; S. Leslie, c; A.
Mossmnn, It; G. Kaeo, If; D. Ijirc. rf;
II. Mossmnn, ss; C. I Chllllngworth,
HAWAIIAN TOBACCO CO., Ltd.,
Corner Merchant and Nuuanu &tm.,
ciIbo HOTEL ST.. opposite Bethel.
Office 'Phone, 390.
Works 'Phone, 389
SaVe JOUr Wife Mwy Steps by Installing
A House Telephone from
Y01 will nev.er
part with it.
Upstairs to Kitchen,
House to Servants' Quarters,
House to Stable, Etc.
IN8ECT6 CARRY DISEASE.
Washington, June 23. Surgeon Gin
crnl Wymajt has Issued n general cir
cular to medical ollk-crs of tho Marine
Hospital Sen Ice, calling special atten
tion to the Importance of Insects as
factors In conclng disease. The cir
cular says there Is no longer nny doubt
as to the relation of the mosquito to
malarial diseases nnd to ftlnrlasls.
"According to Slmond," It says,
plague Is transmitted from the rat to
man by the flea. The Infection of
typhoid fever and to a certain extent
cholera may bo coneed by tiles.
Medical officers arc directed to place
mosquito netting over tho beds of
communicable dlscaso patients."
Hospitals arc to be thoroughly pro
tected by fly screens at all openings,
particular attention being paid to tho
kitchen, dining room and protection
ot tho food. Sulphur fumigation Is
given as the best method ot killing In
sects In large rooms.
KELLOGG-M'CONICHn At Troy. N.
Y Juno 1. 1901. Llent. F. V. Kel
logg, U. S. N., to Miss Mary Thomp.
We will install two 'phones complete under a guarantee at a price
you cannot aflonl to be without therm
The Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.,
Hawaiian Engineering and Construction Go.
ROOMS 508, 509, 510 STANGENWALD BUILDING.
P. O. BOX 834. TBL. MAIN 70
All classes of Engineering Work solicited; Hxamlnf tlons, Surveys and Re
ports made for any class ot Waterworks, Steam and Electric Construction;
I'lans nnd Specifications and Kstlmntes Prepared, and Construction Superin
tended, In nil branchci ot Engineering Work; Contracts solicited for Hall
roads, Electric and Steam; Tunnels, Bridges, Buildings, Hlglin)s, Founda
tions, Piers, Wharves, etc.
Special attention given to Examinations, Valuations, and Itcports ot
Properties for Investment purposes.
FREDERICK J. AMWEO, M. AM. Soc. C. E.,
Engineer and Manager,
W. It. CASTLE JR., Secretary nnd Treasurer.
Metropolitan Moat Co.,
Presh Meats and Fish
by Every Steamer
From the Coast that has Cold Storage.
Choice Beef, Veal Mutton,
Lamb and Pork always
Also Poultry, Salmon and Halibut.
FOR SALE AT
The Metropolitan Market, King St., Tel. 45.
The Booth, Fishmarket, Telephone 379.
Central Market. Nuuanu St., Telephone 104.
Tho Oreat Family Medicine of the
Age! For sore throat, garglo ths
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diate, and cure positive. It should not
be forgotten that the raln-Klllcr :s
equally as good to take Internally ns to
use externally. Avoid substitutes, there
Is but ono Paln-Klller, Perry Davis".
Price 25c and 50c.
FOR SALE EVERYWHERE
Grass Linens in All Colors.
Sandal Wood Boxes. t Pongee Silks
For Gentlemen's Suits and also In lighter weights.
A large variety of cloths made up In the
1110 Nuuanu St. .
AVING PURCHASED TUB GROCERY BUSI
NESS OF MR. CHAS. HUSTACB, we wish to
Inform the ceneral public that we arc prepared to fill
orders promptly, every attention will be given to carefufdelivery
We ask a share of your patronage : : :
BB8T - QUALITY - G00D8.
100 MILBS BY WIRELnSfi.
London, June 3. Tho uuecess at
tending tho Marconi wireless telegraph
system on board tho Cunnrd steamship
Luranla a few days ago has exceeded
nil nvnrftnMnno Thft Inntrnmnnta nn
board tbo ship kept up communication
with tho stations on shore on the run
from Liverpool to Qilecnstown nnd
tho triumph of wlieless tcnegraphy was
reached when a message was sent from
tho ship to Crookbaven, Ireland, a dis
tance ot 100 miles.
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