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s HAVAIIAIN TOBACCO CO., Ltd.,
Comer Merchant and Nuunnu Stt., ...
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T-'MSnyotheffofts are sefflnK "tfitse same ValuSTor twl&'frfiaTwe ask,
slmrJVttiecause ther'e.li always suclj a.jlenlanj for towels thaflt Is no'troubl'e
to WjJJL''JlWvPy.-tPl'''' re a,'y ill?, lowest... This
week. this weelt'only-hay'te gol'ng'to 6e lower than .ayer, because weMruck
such a toWef bargain that' we can aftord to sell a long way below any othfr
store-' In HbrioTiihY. '""..
Ctftei Towels at Factory
Size 18x37 Honey Comb Towels
Regular f 1.00 value.
Size 21x48 Honey Comb Towels
Regular $1.50 value.
Size 23,'i'xistf Honey Comb
Towels, 41.45 a doaen.
' Regular t2.oo value.
Tarkish Towels at
Teaptiag Prices '
Size ig'Axu, Turkish Towels,
Size 2JX4". Turkish Towels,
$1.40 a dozen.
Size ioxjo Turkish Towels,
$2 fO a dozen.
This size is extrt heavy and
would be cheap a f ).co a doen.
.Sfze 22 x4s. Turkish Towels,
SS.9S. This Is an extra large ,
and extra heavy towel that fells'
regularly at t co per dozen.
Linen Towels at Cotton Prices
. You'd be lucky to huyihera at ,
these prices under the oli tariff
Size 17HXZ9, Pure Linen, jure white and colored bo der,
' regular I2.00 value 1 this week only at $1.40 a dozen.
Site t8x)6Jftue Llnenpali whit:, cheap even at'la.25. Think
of this week's price - $1 83 a dozen.
Size 22x44, Extra Quality Pure Linen, colored border and
fringed, beautiful towels $3 65 a dozen.
Slz aixj7, Extra Fine Pure Linen Towel thit regularly sells
at 14.00 ;. Our price this week Is. $310 a dozen.
1 These towels are cheaper than
"gold dollars at eo cerits. Come
along quickly, the sale lasts
this week only. '.' '
N. S. Sachs Dry Goods Co.,
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A NBW-lilNE OF'
Coif Shirts,' Pajamas,
Dollies, Jewelry Etc.
8. 8. SIERRA.
- 'Swell Neckwear,
' Etc.. Etc.
,VfflEAPYAH4Pg $WTs v,.,
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CAUL AND BE CONVINCED.
14 HOTEL ST., NEAR NUUANU
ROCHE HARBOR LIME
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It U reported that tht poweri will preicnt en ultimatum to Ibe sultan rx
tardlng the; postal traublaa, Parte Olapateh.
' ' t St. Uula atobs-Donocrai.
Attorney I. M. Long, reprosentlng
the defendant in the suit o J. M. Vtrai
vs. L. I). Kerr, was soundly scored by
Judge Gear Saturday afternoon for du
plicity In his relations to a client. The
beginning of his connections with the
matter In legation was as a collector
ot a bill for J. M. Vivas against L. 0.
Kerr, fn court, Saturday, he was con
testing the bill In behalf ot Kerr. Th
Court objected to a duat role apparent
ly befog played and 'ftu&esled tDat tna
matter was one of Investigation br
the Bar Association. ,
Mr.i Long explained that he consld-,
ened Jthe business ot a collector an I'
that pf a lawyer as distinct occupa
tions,, and the fact that he had a bill
to collect as a collectpr did not Irt.'eth-
us prpmoits mm as a lawtcr rrom'tte-
fending the alleged debtor.
In spite of his explanations, his con
duct .was characterized as reprehenal-,
ble hi the Court.
BUDDHIST ASSOC A
ITS ANN V
fflallca Win. -
-iTheamof between the Punahou and
.Hano innia teams on tne grounds of
the layer Saturday afternoon, although
unusually long, jvqs ery close, 'tho
score being 9 to .8 In favor of the
Malles. The score by Innings was ax
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Made Illma.,2 03000030 0 19
Errors, Malles, 5; Punahou, 11. Base
hits, Malles, 13; Punahou, 11. Base on
balls, off Castle, 3; of Lemon 2. Struck
out by'Castle 8; by Lemon. 6
Many of the yachts were out yester
day for a spin In the light breeia
which blew. The Oladys, Dewey, Mari
on and Abbe M. made the run up from
Pearl City during the afternoon.
The first annherwiry of the founding
of the Young .Men's Buddhist Asocla
tlon was happily observed at the Bud
dhist Mission on Fort lane yesterday
afternoon. Japanese and whltei llml
dhlst and Christian met In fraternal
serxlce, The grounds and approaches
thereto were elaborately decorated
with -flags, religious and national.
The report of the work done during
the yer was read by itev. II. Halda.
The membership has reached the num
ber of (239. The association meets
monthly to Inculcate the principles of
Buddha. A course of lectures Is main
tained.' A night school for teaching
English has four teachers, two Kngllsh
and two Japanese. The, association Is
planning a library. An emplojmcnt
bureau has a record (it rinding situa
tions for forty-four applicants. A
monthy. magazine Is Issued.
Mrs. I.. S. Meslck, a teacher In the
night school adtltessed the audience on
"Proe All Things." Dr. A. Marques,
leader of the Theosophlcal Society de
livered an address on the "Duties of
Buddhists." An. address In Japanene
was 'made by Rev, Y. Imamura, The
exercises were enlivened by excellent
TO CURB A COLD IN ONE DAT.
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets.
All druggists refund the money U It
falls to cure, B. W. Qrova't slgnaturs
is' on each bos. M cents.
Deputy High Sheriff Chllllngwortb
returned In the Claudlne yesterday aft
er a very pleasant vacation of shott
duration on Maul. He states that mat
ters are very quiet on that Island. All
the excitement seems to havj beci
transferred to Hawaii.
Office 'Phone, 390.
Works 'Phone, 389'
Save W'Wile 'ijiiSa
A House Telephone iron
Upstairs to Kitchen,
Yon will ever House to Servants' Quarters,
part wit. it. House to Stable, Etc.
We will Install two 'phones complete under a guarantee at a price- -well
you cannot afford to be without Jhem.
The Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.,
Hawaiian Engineering and Construction Go.
ROOMS 508, 509, 510 STANGr-NWALD BUILDING.
P.O. BOX 834. ' TEL. MAIN 70
All classes of Engineering Work solicited; Examinations, Surrey, and Ito
ports made for any class of Waterworks, Steam and Electric Construction
Plans andjSpeclflcatlonj.and Estimates Prepared, and Construction Superln-
tended, In all branches of Engineering Work; Contracts solicited for Rail
roads. Electric and Steam Tunnels, Bridges, Buildings, Hlgo-aya Founda
tions, Plera, Wharvea, etc.. - ' -
Special attention gtve to Examinations. Valuations,' and KeDo'rta of
Properties for Investment'purpoaea.
.FBHfoErUCK J. AMWEO. M. AM. BocCB.,
W. B. CASTLE JR.. Secretary And Treasurer,
Englneec and Manager.
Metropolitan Meat CoM
Freeh Mcat and Fish m
by Every Steamer
From the CoasttJBt Has Cold Storage.
Choice Beef. Venl. MnHnn
1 - v ,' Lamb and Pork always
i .. w 'on hand.
Also Poultry, 8armn and Halibut.
-. ""t-t!S?.PPlitan Market, King St.', Tel. 45.
FOR 6ALB A"rJcJteBbth, Fishmarket; Telephonej7r.
. "Central Market. Nuuanu St.. Telephone 104.
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AVlNG PURCHA8ED THB GROCERY BU6I-
NE88 OF M. CHA8. HU6TACB, we wish to
inform the general public that we are prepared to fill
ortlers promptly, every attention will be given to careful delivery
We ask a share of your patronage : : : :
BB8T - QUALITY - GOODS.
C. J. DAY St CO.
THE EVENING BULLET.IN
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FQR SALE EVERYWHERE
New Light Blue Grass Linen
nlHO other colors.
European Goods for Ladles' Suits. Pongee Silks
New Patterns for Gentlemen's Suits in Lighter Weights
MERCHANT TAILOR, A 'large variety of cloths made op In the
GOO KIM, 1116 Nuuanu St.
It's' no experiment
When you insist on gti'.ing Cyrus Noble Whiskey.
Leave experimenting to others.. Buy goods,
(hat you know are right.
,For seventy years we have been trying to pro1
fduce the best possible vHcleforJheJeart
possible priced ""
The public know it favorably!
It holds the good trade.' ' l
it costs no more than other good" whiskey
It is pure and old.
It is distilled from the best sdectedjjrain..
It is six years in wood. "
It wins on merit alone.
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3 W. O. PEACOCK & CO., Ltd., SST. 3fc.
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