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EVENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, H. T.. FRIDAY, AUGUST 2, 1901.
Can Do For You
For One Week.
FIB8TL Y Sell you Cotton Torchon Laces, with Inser
tions to match, from I to yi Inches wide, at 5s per yard,
or IS yards for BOc. That Is ::::::::::
a GREAT BREAK IN LACES
The p-lce 5c per yard shoul J bring straight to our store,
every woman whs has a possible need for lacej. There Is a
very wide range of patterns to choose from regular Torchon
designs. This price one week only. :::::::::
TEACH YOU THE
- - - - FULL POWER OF MONEY
by offering Jipanese Silks, regularly sold at 50c per yard,
at 35c per yard, one week only. Women are buying
Japanese Silks faster than any other kind the light, tnln
weaves In all colors blues, pinks, reds, orange, white, etc.
They are the best of all for fancy work. That's why the pre
sent offering Is so Important. The quality Is much finer tnan
the low price Indicates. ::::::::::::::
35c per yard for Japanese Silks
You must not jump at the conclusion that these silks are poor
and Inferior because we name such a little figure for them. No
woman who knows Silks will make such a mistake. Think,
35c per yard ::::::::::::
NOW FOR VEILINGS
We have Just received a large shipment of these beauty and
complexion savers. No woman who cares a rap for her com
plexion can afford to miss buying the latest novelties. : : :
SQUARE MESH BLUE VEILING WITH GILT EDGES.
PLAIN CHIFFON VEILINGS. :::::::
: : : :' : THE DOUBLE EFFECT VEILING.
WE HAVE A SAMPLE LOT OF NEW NOVELTY VEILS.
They are readymade and no two alike. They'll go quickly.
Try and be one of the first to get here. :::::::
N. S. Sachs Dry Goods Co.,
ROCHE HARBOR LIME
DUB TO ARRIVE
EX. 6H1P HENRY VILLARD
THEO. H. DAVIES & CO., Ltd.
A NEW LINE OF
Golf Shirts Pajamas,
Dollies, Jewelry Etc.
S. 6. SIERRA.
READY MADE SUITS
ARE NOW SHOWN AT
SPIRITED GAME BETWEEN
STAR TEAM AND TEACHERS
Transport People Showed Lack of
Team Work But P.ayed Good
Plucky Ball for
WANTS SUPREME COURT TO
REVIEW HABEAS CORPUS
A ks Higher Tribunal to Say When
Fifth and Sixth Constitutional
Amendments Took Ef
CALL AND PE CONVINCED.
U HOTEL ST., NEAR NUUANU
General Merchandise! Dry Goods, Groceries.
Jauancse Provisions, etc
MAGOOX BLOCK, MEKCI1AAT '.TREET.
ZF- DBC2C 886 jkfelxi.
New Light Blue Grass Linen
also other colors.
European Goods for Lad'es' Suits. Pongee SIIUs
Nevv Patterns for uentlemen' Suits in Lighter Weights
If we only had n llitlo more prnc
tlce, we would cut the corners off those
Stars," Bald first baseman V. II. force
of the transport Thomas team us he
jumped up and donn on his bag dur
ing yesterday afternoon's game with
the Stars. There Is no doubt what
ever that this statement Is true. The
Stars won out by a score of 13 to 4
but a Rood many of their ruus were
made by means of errors ou the part of
tVo visitors and these errors were
made because the transport men had
never pla)ed together before and lack
ed the nlas necessary team work.
The Stars, on the othnr hand, had the
advantage of the season's play against
tho remaining four teams of the local
league. The teams as they ptnjcd ou
tho I'unahou grounds csterday aftet
noon, before a crowd of seven or eight
hundred people were a3 follows
Teachers Catcher, O. K. McGovncy,
Indiana University; pitcher, C. C. A.
Walton, New Jersey Normal School;
first base, V. E. force, UnlTcrslty of
Minnesota; second base. O. W. Moore
(captain), Indiana University; third
base, I). C. Fisher, Kansas Normal
School; shortstop, V. Hill, II'aril
right field, It. L. Kirk. Missouri State
University: center field, J. Nason, Uni
versity of Minnesota; lift field, Ai K.
Stars Catcher. J. Gorman; pitcher,
II. Joy; first base, D. Davis; second
base, A. Moore (captain); third base,
A. Marcalllno; shortstop. A, L. Castle;
right field. Tobln; ccntei Held. J. Kl
Icy; left field, J. Marcalllno.
The score by innings was as follows:
Teachers 00003100 01
Stars 22023004 '13
The plavlng In the biglnnlng wns, on
tho whole better than the latter part
of tho game. When the fifth inning
had been completed, the college bojs
let down a little and the Stars became
careless. Then too, a thowcr of rain
enme out of Manoa valley and the
crowd began to dwindle away.
The teachers had a Jelly crowd 'on
hand, lined up on the mauka side of
the campus, dangerously close to tho
coachcr's line. lie sides the young men
und women from tho transport, there
vvcro n number of Jolly tars on hand
who, nrmed with guitars and voices
that phoned the too frequent usige In
too short a time, sang and shouted
whenever the Thomas men made a
good play. At Intervals, the transport
Thomas jell, wheh runs as follows,
was given with gusto from nil sides of
Hay! nay! Hay!
U! S! A!
Thomas! Thomas! Thomas!
Moore on third, McCJovney behind
tho lut, Foire ou first and Walton In
tho box, did the major part of the
work for the visitors, Gorman behind
tho bit, Jo In the lio. Marcalllno In
left field, ami Castle nt short, did the
best work for tho Stars. .,
Special mention should be made ot
MeOovney who, under unfavorable
circumstances, caught a plucky game.
Wnlton in tho box thowed his worthi
ness to hold down the position ot
pitcher although at times and result
ing from lack of practice, he was wild.
Mooro on second plned the best oil
around game for the vlsltois nnd
Korco on first was the life of the
teachers' aggrrgatlon, keeping the
rpectntors on his sldo of the Held in
(Its of lnughter tluoughout tho game.
Joy, pitcher for the Stars, borrowed
from the police team, showed up In
better stjlo than ever beforo becnuso
ho had (lorman behind tho bit and
knew full well he could semi cannon
balls, circumference cutting twirls over
tho plate with full neoiirnnce that they
would be caught with cas Al Moore,
iinti of tho best phjeis for the Stars,
was still suffering from a bad leg and
did not play In his usual form.
On tho whole the game vns n good
one. brimful of spirit and fun and
every fart of it was injo.ved to the
full by the hrge number of piople that
In accord with his piotnlse and no
tice given nt the time the matters weie
In court. Attorney General Dole has
filed appeals In the canes of tho pris
oners released from the penitentiary
by Judge Gear upon writs of habevis
lorpus. The apLeals .u each case nin
Identical, and with dltf lent names
substituted, read us follows.
The Territory of Hamuli hereby
elves notice of its Intcution to appeal
and hereby does appeal to the Supreme
Comt ot said Tcultmy fiom the deci
sion, judgment, order and decree of
the Honorable Geo. I). Gear, Second
Judge of said Cluult Court, sitting In
Chambers in the above entitles! cause
said decision being In effect that said
lhara Ichlguro was imprisoned In vio
lation of the Hflh and Sixth Amend'
nients to the Constitution of tho Unit
ed States, and said Judgment, order
and decrco having been rendered oral
ly by said Judge on the 27th day of
July, 1901. A full und correct tran
script whereof and of the proceedings
herein, duly cei tilled by Dan 11. Case,
the ofllclal ri ortcr of said Court, Is ou
file herein In said Court."
In the estate of Kcklpl, the Court
has ordered that the accounts of tho
administrator approved and that all
money remaining In his hands be paid
into Court. In this estate1, the petition
ot Maim and iiulu claiming heirship
was dented and Judgment rendered In
favor of l'lauUsco do Costn, the hus
band, J. M. Monsurrnt, attorney for
the defendant was allowed $75 ns fees
.AT THIi ,
HAWAIIAN TOBACCO CO., Ltd.,
Corner Merchant und Nminnu Stu.,
ntHO HOTI2L ST., oppowlto Botln
Office 'Phone, 390
Works 'Phone, 389
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 r tarantee at a price- -well
you cannot afford to be without them.
The Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.,
Hawaiian Engineering and Construction Go.
ROOMS 503, 509, 510 STANGENWALD BUILDING.
P. O. BOX 834. TEL. MAIN 70
All classes ot Engineering Work solicited; Examinations, Surveys and Re
ports made for any class ot Waterworks, Steam and Electric Construction;
Plans and Specifications and Estimates Prepared, and Construction Superin
tended, In nil branchci of Engineering Work; Contracts solicited for Rail
roads, Electric and Steam; Tunnels, Drtdges, Buildings. Highways, Founda
tions, Piers, Wharves, etc.
Special attention given to Examinations, Valuations, ind RcporU ot
Properties for Investment purposes.
FREDERICK J. AMWEO, M. AM. Soc. C. B.,
Engineer and Manager.
W. R. CASTLE JR., Secretary and Treasurer.
MORE TRUST STOCK
New York, July 22. The slockhohV
ers of the American Sugar ltollnliiy
Company will lccclvu lu u dny or two 11
communication fiom the board ot di
rectors in which It Is piopoisrd that tho
stockholders uuthorize the Issue of
J 15,000,000 cf new stock of the com
ian. The communication vvlll be sent
to each of the 11,000 stockholders us
boon ns It cornea fiom the printers.
The Sun this morning publishes u
long document from the dliectois rec
ommending the increase. In part it
8.1 s: "The cuuip.in hus exj ended lu
the acquisition of propel ty for Its
business, permanent Improvements
etc., over J15.OO0.OOO. This has bene
fited both classes of stockholders, pic-
f erred stock In the added security
which It has given, und common stock
In the added value of the proper! uf
the compaii) and In Increased facilities
for the transaction of business. Tho
Jlo.000,000 which tho proposed Inere-aso
will bring to the tieasur of the com
pany will be used for Its business pur
chases. Increase of businesii requires
Inn case of capital. The strength of
tho ImsImsH consists in Its ficedom
from mortgage debt und Its entire
pecunlaiy Independent v. Tho entire
umount realized from the new- slock
will come into tho treasury of the com
pany and will be available for Its busi
krir ' v f A)
MAKES LIVIrvG HIGHER.
A large variety of cloths made up In tin
1IIO Nuuunu St.
P. O. BOX WJ. Til. il
THE OLDEST CH.. 'SSE FIRM IN HONOLULU.
Datlf ri Id FId Sllki and Grtit Linens, Chlntu and Jipinttt Goods of All Kinds
ti-tit Nuuanu atr..t
"tfi Purser Ilert Sharratt of the steamer
" Jlwulani was bemoaning his fate cslci-
day. lie was very much disappointed
bccaiiso his steamer Instead of going
to llonokaa was sent 10 Kauai,
Ilert bad made arrangements to bo
married at llonokaa this trip. Now ha
will have to unit unless ho can get a
vacation and take a spcclul ttlp.
Defeated the RuhhIiiih.
London, July 25. "According to na
tive Intelligence." toys tho Shanghai
correspondent of tlu Standard, Chi
nese, and Russian troops have been se
riously defeated by Insurgents In the
southeastern part ot Miiuclturlu, und
tho rebels tun now destrolug tho tele
New Voik, July 22. A cnblo to the
Sun fiom Manila sa8. It Is estimated
that limitation of the commlsbury priv
ileges to tho Army and persons em
plocd by tho War Depaitment will
nffect TOO persons lu .Manila, ltIilcs
1000 school teachers, llvo piovlnclal
ofTlceis In each province, customs em
ploes and civil tenants geneially.
Approximately SOOO persons 1110 uf-fcctid.
Owing to the local high prices, those,
pcrtons vvlll be unable to live within
their halarits. 'I he mutter will leeelvu
tile conlscdiiitlon of the CommlRnary
Department, which will piobably 111-
ouimcnd a (ontlnii.iiKc of huge, com
missary depots, with uu equitable divi
sion of transportation and running ex
peiues lu tho luopuitlou of 15,000
tioops to SO00 cuiploCH, who itru paid
from tliu civil funds. Otheiwicct it will
I be utccbsury to establish elaborate co
operative stoics or to i.tise all salaries
'Hie cost of food to unpilvllegcd civil
Inns Is duubble the co'iuulssaiy prices,
hence the issue is a most Important
I 5 fir? n j
1 & j
. i ' ' $A nnT'iit'.'ihn
J9 n -
1 M -raf
y t iFiamar
limn ' i
..r i,i i.t j i"
"If OU don't uaut whiskey to get the belt of you, ou must get
the best of whiskey"
1 "1 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 Fish
by Every Steamer
From the Coast that lias CoM Storage.
The Bulletin, 75cts. per month
Choice Beef, Veal. Mutton,
Lamb and Pork always
Also Poultry, Sulmon nnd Hnlibut.
FOR SALB AT
The Metropolitan Market, King St., Tel. 45.
The Booth, Fishmaiket, Telephone 379.
Central Market. Nuuanu St . Telephone 104.
Are Khlpplnf 8unr,
Knllua, Haw-all, July 30. Tho Kona
Sugar Co, Is shipping sugar right along
to Honolulu from Itallua.
JAPAN TO OUT COHHA.
New- York, July 20. A eablo to tho
Sun from London says: Correspon
dence of a significant character ban
been pausing between the Illltish nnd
Japaneho (iovernmentu In regard to
lirltlsh Interests In Corcu, the possible
outcome of which may bo a convention
on that biibjcct. 'I he necessity for such
a convention Is due ti tho fuc-t that
Ilussl.i. for the sake of proc 111 Ing Ja
I nneeu assistance, or at any rate inac
tion, In China Is willing to make such
Important concessions In Corea us vvlll
lisult In giving Japan supreme politi
cal Influence there.
AV1NG PURCHASED TUB GROCERY BUSI
NESS OF Mt. CIIAS. 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.
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