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,rr EVENING ULUl!rilMrtiunvin7iiurir lir wutMv i- -7 T w iZ
OF THE TIMES
COTTON, LINEN AND TURKISH TOWELS
Many other stores are selling these same value for twice whst we ak,
simply because there Is always such a demand for towels that It Is no trouble
to net high prices for tlwn. Our prices are always the lowest. This
week, this week only- they're going to be lower than ever, because we struck
such a towel bargain that we can afford to sell a long way below any other
store In Honolulu.
Cotton Towels at Factory
Size 18XJ7 Honey CombTowels
OOc a dozen.
Regular ft.oo vake.
Size 21x48 Honey Comb Towels
$1.20 a dozen.
Regular Si $o value.
Size n'AxWi Honey Comb
Towels, SI. 45 a dozen.
Regular $1 oo value.
Turkish Towels at
S'ze igjxi4. Turkish Towels,
8l.Su m dozen.
Size 31X4". Turklh Towels,
$1.40 n dozen.
$3 10 a dozen.
This size Is extra heavy and
would be cheap at f ).co a dozen.
Size 12x48, Turkish Towels,
S3. OS. This Is an extra Urge
and extra heavv towel that sells
regularly at fj.oo per dozen.
Linen Towels at Cotton Prices
You'd be lucky to buy them at
these prices urderthe old tariff
Size I7,'jX20, Pure Linen, jure white and colored bo der,
regular f2.oo value ; this week only at 81 40 a dozen.
Size 18x36, Pure Linen, all white, cheap even at 1 2.25. Think
of this week's price 81 63 a dozen.
Size 22x44, Extra Quality pjre Llren, colored border and
fringed, beautiful tovels 83 08 a dozen.
Size atxj7, Extra Fine Pure Linen Towel tint regularly ells
atft.oo; Our price this week Is- $3 10 a dozen.
These towels are cheaper than
gold dollais at o cents. Come
along quickly, the sale lasts
this week only. : : : : :
N. S. Sachs Dry Goods Co.,
AND m TO NOME
Mine host Almy of the Wnlklkl Inu
bhb 1 pACrnUluAnu
The many friends of genial Tommlc
McCombe, the popular and capable gavo a house warming at his placo
purser of the Zealandla and Australia, Saturday evening In honor of the com-
bIU bo surprised to hear of his re pletlon of the additions to the accoi:;-
tlrcmcnt from the steamship business, modations of the house. for tlio
Ho has gone to Nome to seek his for- newspaper men a fM3t was spread In I
tune among the gold fields.. the dining lannl nmons the tree tops,
McCombe has been a familiar figure where to the melody of the tuneful
on the two old boats for many )cars, music of the quintet club and tha
first as f 1 eight clerk and then as pur- soothing swish of the waves on the
ser. He made fi lends by the score, and beach the scribes held communion with
every passenger on ccry trip of the nature and the good things spread he
vessels he was In remembered him for fore them. After the dinner the big
his kindness. To the newspaper men, uew lanal over the beach was trans
Tommlo was alw-nys good, and the formed Into a dance hall ,0ml a large
many favors received at his bands crowd of Invited guests danced In the
vere appreciated. moonlight over the urn en. The lm-
On tho last trip to San Francisco, provoments made at the tnn nre very
It was decided to lay the Zealandla up material for the comforts of ths
Indefinitely after her present voyage, guests and lsltors found that nothing
The Mariposa and Alamedu both hav- has been forgotten that will assist
Ing their complement of men, Mc- them In enjoying themselves whlla at
Combo saw no chance of continuing In the hostelry
tha service Immediately and so re-
HAWAIIAN TOBACCO CO., Ltd.,
Corner Mercliunt nnd Nuunnu Stm.,
also HOT13U ST., oppoHlto Bothal.
Office 'Phone, 390.
Works 'Phone, 389
TO CURB A UULL1 IN ONE DAT.
James A. f-nccy, who Is at present In
(hn miNnr'a nfllnn In tho 7nnlani1tn !
on old timer In tho steamship business I ! Urumu ijulnlne Tablets
on the Pacific Coast. Ho has lately AU AtaM "'""I tho moar "
been In tho Alaska trade. This Is his '" t cure. E. W. Orove's signature
A NEW LINE OF
Golf Shirts, Pajamas,
Dollies, Jewelry Etc.
S. 6. SIERRA.
READY MADE SUITS
ARE NOW SHOWN AT
CALL AND PE CONVINCED.
14 HOTEL ST., NEAR NUUANU
tttii mtt t in i ittttiffl n 1 1 tttm tttti tutt
ROCHE HARBOR LIME
DUB TO ARR1VB
EX. SHIP HENRY VILLARD
THEO. H. DA VIES & CO., Ltd.
v n.i,r.u.Hi fe.
4A Splendid jpnic
5 recommended fo build ui
e convalescent, shuntf hen thp
t A , &M.. S'lr w " """- "
FOR SALE. EVERYWHERE
New Light Blue Grass Linen
also 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 up In the
GOO Kilty 1116 Nuuanu St.
first trip to Honolulu.
Strikers Still Vex
1 on each box 'tfyonta
In Insane Moment
Girl Shoots Herself
1tA .IaaIIi tfflA. ProtMiiln t im
Bam Johnson superintendent of the (he flrtcfn car o'w o , y'
Glvcns, residing on Anapunl street at
garbage service Is having a arlegateil
H.lnH .. ttl. ,. .... n,l .In.. e .. J,W, IV
"V c ,, . .1,. ; "" Maklkl. to all appearances, was th-i rt-
a boss with a striking force on lilt . , ,,,.'' i,t .i.,..i ....
hands. This morning, one of his new ,.,., ,.., ,. ,.,, ..- .. .. .i.'
mn Hnu-nll-n fr,n .fW,,Wn Unfortunate girl VsllllC shO ftHS 111 th
midst of her household duties. She
had been washing the dlfclics In tho
kitchen and when fonn-J deai, from ill
men, n Hawaiian from Kakuako,
went to Superintendent lloyd nnd oh
jeeted to tho pay he was receiving. A
foremanshlp or a lunashlp of any kind , of n hot from , 3?.,'luri levo
would not satisfy the ambitious Hawa
Han. He wnnted Johnson's Job of gen.
vcr, her sleces were rollod up, In li
eating that when the nnd Impulse
rral boss. Ho felt that the excavator gc,I0d h b , sho
BAwInn ii'n. tnn atT.nll fni him nn1 '
Johnson both. As It turned out the
man from Knkaako quit the employ of
Mr. Johnson b;ijs the strike has ne
cessarily curtailed the work of his de
partment. There nro outside districts
which must be neglected tor a while.
The quitting of twcnty-flo of thirty
men. made It possible to pay thOM
who remained full wages without over
drawing the appropriation. The foroo
will be reorganised tho first of tho
month In accordance with the stzn of
the appropriation. Mr. Johnson lie
lleves he can keep It at an cll'clcnt
stage regardless of the cut In tV; appropriation.
SaVe YOUr Wife Many Steps by Installing
A House Telephone from
Yon will never
part with it.
Upstairs to Kitchen,
House to Servants' Quarters,
House to Stable, Etc.
We will install two 'phones complete under a g inrantee at a price- -well
you cannot afford to be without them.
The Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.,
Hawaiian Engineering and Construction Go.
ROOMS 508, 509, 510 STANGENWALD BUILDING.
P. O. BOX 834. TEL. MAIN 70
All classes of Engineering Work solicited; examinations, Surveys and Re
ports made for any class of Waterworks, Steam and Ulectric Construction;
Plans and Specifications and Estimates Prepared, apd Construction Superin
tended, in all branches of Engineering Work; Contracts Solicited for Rail
roads, Electric and Steam; Tunnels, Bridges, Buildings, Highways, Founda
tions, Piers. Wharves, etc.
Special attention given to Examinations, Valuations, nnd Reports ot
Properties for Investment purposes.
FREDERICK J. AMWEO. M. AM. Soc. C. B.,
Engineer and Manager.
W. R. CASTLE JR., Secretary and Treasurer.
cd to execute Us pronrtinga Mm
walked from the kltchc.i through four
. rooms, to her father's bcJ room..
I The rcvoUer sho used wait one found
by Mr. (livens some tlmo ago. He hud
purchased a box of cavtrlilnM, cm uf
Vhlcb had been taken fmm the box
and placed In the rcolvcr by th girl.
The report of the revoh j bruushl
a friend, Miss t-'clker, .it oii'-e to tho
house. Shu summons I Dr. Diirgcsi
who sent for Deputy SheiH Chilli lg
north. Tho conclusion w.u that It
was a case of suicide. No ( inso tor the
net Is known except temporary lntanlty
originating In physical cause 1..
The funeral wns heM jcaterd.iy af
ternoon from the home.
An Inquest will be he'd this after-'
noon. Tho Jury consls's of Thouaa
Krouse. A. II. SrrlmnTnm- P Aln.Mni.in
Second omeer Graham Coughlan o 0 A Howcrs. 0c0i Amlr0 v, . ,
the wrecked Rio and .Miss Elizabeth
!i. Hook were married In San Frun-
ctsco on July 17th. Graham Coughlan
Is the son of Commander Coughlan
who was In command of the Raleigh
at the battlo of Manila. Miss Hook is
the daughter of n former cashier of
the San Francisco custom house and
niece of John Wrmlnghnm, U. S. Su-
IT IS NOT HOT HERE
Honolulu ieoplc who sjmpathlzlng
1 tell each other "tho weather Js
warm" ought to thank their lucity
pervlslng Inspector of steamships for stars that they nre here. If warm
the Pacific Coast.
Emma Square Mimic.
The band will play the following he
lections at a concert In Emma Square
this evening, beginning at 7;30 o'clock:
Festal March Cornelius .Mendelssohn
M,i.,...n. ' "b..ih., letter from Des Moines, Iowa, received
uy iuv lum uiuii, Hati raign ue gone
one or two better by reports from oth
weather worries them. With tho mer
tury barely up In tho eighties, and
cooling trade winds blowing across the
Island, summer weather in Honolulu Is
not decidedly uncomfortable, and Is
quite enjoyable In comparison with the
heat now prevailing throughout a large
portion of the United States. Tho
follow Ing. extracts are from a prlvato
-SU'f) -z:m ' 1 Awwtim
4 ' ' iffj! m
(b) Illkl No Me A'u.
Miss J. Kelllaa.
(c) Like No a Like.
(d) Malu I Ke An.
Mrs. N. Alapal.
Cornet Solo Eleanor Polka . ,
Mr. Charles Kreutcr.
Selection Little Christopher
Waltz Lorma Grossman
March Happy Days In Dixie .. Mills
The Star Spangled Banner.
HAD LONG TRIP.
Captain Fitzgerald the pilot at I Ilia
had quite a vacation trip on the Cai-
I rollton from lacoma. He boarded the
vessel two weeks ago to bring her to
an anchorage and tho captain of the
vcstel refused to tako a tow. Tho
wind shitting the Cm rollton was
blown oft shore nnd It took her thlr
Ken days to get back,
"It's co hot that I'm not trying to
work In the afternoons, and If I can
spare my hand for a whlla from the
continual mopping my head seems to
require, I may bo able to write you a
WIgand 'ew Pages. I feel like, working, but
I exertion sends the blood In torrents
Cur) II to tho brain, hence it Is useless to
try. several deaths from the heat have
occurred here. Today at noon nn old
man staggered Into n cigar storo whero
I waa and called for Ice to bo put on
bis burning head. If ho had walked
another block he would have added
one to the list of casualties.'
MAUI MARRIAGEK THICK.
Walluku. July 27. Miss Emma
Aknnn ot Huelo was married to Nllt
Omsted of Hana last Tuesday. Rov,
Wm. Auld performing the ceremony.
Cumnareil to Tho wedding took placo ut the hom
I the cost of taking n tow at the first In-,or ,no "es parcniH nt Hirelo. Miss
stnnce the tost of the thirteen days' 'ton was married to David K. Eld-
"If vou don't uaut whiskey to get the best of you, ou must get
the best of whiskey."
"I do lady, but when a fellow's only got a nickel he can't buy
W. C. Peacock & Co., Ltd.,
Metropolitan Meat Co.,
Fresh Meats and Pish p
by Every Steamer
From the Coast that has Cold Storage.
Choice Beef, Veal, Mutton,
)l Lamb and Pork always
Also Poultry, Salmon and Hnllbut.
FOR 8ALB AT
The Metropolitan Market, Kinc St., Tel. 45.
The Booth, Fishmnrket, Telephone 379.
Central Market. Niiuanu S . ' eleplmne 104.
delay was very gieat. Tho steamer
Kalulanl being met sho took tho Car
lollton In tow and got her to Hllo.
BUMPED rtlE WHARF.
In rounding tho lighthouse Satur
day night, the steamer Zealandla re
fused to unsvver her helm and bumped
Into tho Wilder wharf. She narrowly
missed striking the steamer Klnau
which was Ijlng lu the slip. The ves
sel was going very slowly at tho time.
The only damage done was tho smash
ing of u small boat lying astern of tho
lslnnil steamer and the carrying nway
ot the K I nan's main boom. No dam
ago wns done the Zealandla.
vedgo at Kula this week. Other wed
dings on Maui will soon follow. Sev
eral engagements will be announced
In Walluku this evening, aa live Wal
luku couples expect to get married be
foro the end of this year.
Tho damaged schoonrr Defender ir
rlved here yesterday fror-l Haniunaulu,
Kauai, Sho will go on tne marine :a'l.
HCNATB HAD NO QUORUM.
Four or five senators gathered In the
Senato chamber Saturday afternoon
nnd after a wait of twenty minutes or
so, the chair declared an adjournment
until this morning, on account of the
lack of n quorum. Tho proposition of
tho Houso of Representatives to ad
journ slno die was thereby frustrated.
AVING PURCHASED THB GROCERY BUS1
NESS OF M. CHAS. HUSTACB, we wish to
inform the general public that we are prepared to fill
orders promptly, every attention will be given to careful delivery
We ask a share of your patronage : : r :
BBST - QUALITY - GOODS.
C. J. DAY & CO.
Out-of-town subscribers to the Even
ing Bulletin are requested to send in
their POST OFFICE addresses at
once, otherwise the piper will not be
accepted for delivery by the post
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