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EVENING DULLETIN, HONOLULU,!!. T., SATURDAY, AUGUST 8, 1M1.
Can Do For You
For One Week.
FIRS r L Y Sill you Cotton TcrJion Laces, with Inser
tions to match, from I to 3'j Inches wlJe, at 0 per ynrd,
or IS ynrdH for BOc. That Is ::::::::: :
A GREAT BREAK IN LACES
The p Ice Sc por yard shou'd bring straight to our store,
every woman vnIu Ins a' possible need for laces. There Is a
very wide range of patterns t chojse from regular Torchon
design;. This price one week only. :::::::::
TEACH YOU THE
- - - - FULL POWER OF MONEY
by offering Japanese Silks, regularly sold at SOc per ynrd,
at 35c pep yard, one week only. Womn are buying
Japanese Silks fatter than any other kind the light, tiln
weaves In all colors blues, pinks, reds, orange, white, etc.
They are the best of all for fancy work. That' why the pre
sent offering Is so Important. The quality Is much finer than
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 ?uch a mltfike. Think,
3 Be per yard, ::::::::::::
NOW FOR VEILINGS
We have jut received a large shipment of these beauty and
complexion savers. No womin who caies 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 VE'LS.
Thev are ready-made and no two alike. They'll go quickly.
Try and be one of the first to get here. :::::::
N. S. Sachs Dry Goods Co.,
PROBLEMS FOR THE
ROCHE HARBOR LIME
DUB TO ARR1VB
EX. SHIP HENRY VILLARD
THEO. H. DA VIES & CO., Ltd.
, Hardware Department.
A N5W LINE OF
Golf Shirts, Pajamas,
Dollies, Jewelry Etc.
READY MADE SUITS
ARE r.OW SHOWN AT
All communications to this column to be mlilrcsfal to Cl.css IMIIor, i:cn
Ing, Uullctin, 1', 0. Dot 718, Honolulu. Contributions and solutions of prob
lems should reach the editor before Thursday nocn of each week.
Correct solution of Problem No. 20 receded from l Schmidt 1 11 QO.
.AT TMU .
PROBLEM NO. 22.
DY U. J. TTL WOOD, 1ST. PRIf, F0 3TUALL AND TILL!) TOUKNCY.
9 HP y?'f
WM 'm Wm m&
Jm'y & fflwffiL y vi
Wm 81 t
wM .JW 1 & Jar"' i
1 x '
HAWAIIAN TOBACCO CO., Ltd.,
Corner Alurchnnt unci Nuuiinu Ken.,
ilo HOTL2L. ST., (ipposltc Hcthol.
Office 'Pl'one, 30O
Works 'Phone, 38.
SaVe YOlir 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.
WHITE MATES IN TWO MOVLS.
Thn following came was nlapil In
the recent mntch between the Manliat-!
tan ami trani.un uncss emus, i-rom
' OAMH NO. 43.
1. PK4 1. P-K4
2. KI-KH3 I. KtQUS
3. 11K13 3. PQ3
4. PQt 4. II Q.'
6. CastleB C. II K:
C. KM13 C. PxP
7. KtxP 7. KUKt
Wo prefer 8. 11x11 ch.. as Wlilte'i
II Q5 Ch.
Q Kt Is not then obliged to lose time.
9. Ktxll 9. PQU3
Preferable Is KI-K113. Thero Is no
reason for riming the Kt while It
stands so poorly at Kt3.
10. Kt-113 10. Kt-113
11. PQKt3 11. Castles
12. I1K12 12. Kt-Kl
13. Pill 13. PK114
Yllnnl. linn Bllnli n i(n.n.imt l.nniD
Jitiviv nun ntiv.il uuujuvu f.u...t; .
that this mmo, sncrflclng a pawn, may
11. QQ3 ch.
We will install two 'phones complete under a c tarantee at a price- -well
you Cnnnot afford to be without tnem.
The Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd
This awkwnrd looMng maneucr
tomes to nothing: the simpler plan Is
10 Kt Q so
At this point Illacl: otorlooks v. hat
appears to liu an easy draw by Ilxr
34 UxP: 3".. 11x11; 3fi. Ktxll,
QxKt ill.; 37. K-Kt2. Q K3 ch. and
draws by perpetual check: or 34
HxP; 35. IInK. Hxtl; 3G. Ktxll. QxKt
ch.; 37. QKI3. QQ7 ch, and .- dls-
coer no means of estapln-, the draw.
35. Kt-115 35. QxKlll
Making a lrttie of nectsslty, but It's
3U. IlQ 2li. Ilxll
Very fine In conjunction with 3S.
Mr. Hampton's combined attack and
defense Is skillful.
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 raudo for any class of Waterworks, Steam and Electric Construction;
Plans and Specifications and Estimates Prepared, and Construction Superin
tended, In all branches of Engineering Work; Contracts solicited for Rail
roads. Electric and Steam; Tunnels, Bridges, Buildings, Illghas, Founda
tions, Piers. Wharves, rtc.
Special attention given to Examinations, Valuations, and Report of
Properties for Investment purposes.
rTtEDEUICIC J. AMWEQ. M. AM. Soc. C. E.,
Engineer and Manager.
W. R. CASTLE JR., Secretary and Treasurer.
Q US ( li.
II 117 ill.
CALI AND "E CuNVINCED.
U HOTFL ST.. NEAR MJUAMJ
General Merchandise. Dry Goods, Groceries.
!jjDancso Provlsloris, etc
MAOOOX MOCK, MKRCIIAAT -.MEET.
2?. O- Z3C2 886 aalra.
A prmnlinrit MontrcnlelprL'jmaii.lli' I!r. faint-1
I !is)ti, ltrcinr St Jmle ami )!. Canm of
lirUI niunti C ltura!, wrtiri' I'ifmti nie t
cit! yn a fevr Hue to atronljr rccoiumitu'
I'riKY ht I'aiKiui.h. 1 Imte uMUt willi
niiri.ctlnn Tor tlilrty fle jcnrn. It la a jr;-nra.
Int. v liUti ilueiriH full 1'iihlic toullOi uce.
. g. A anro turn fur
Two SIzm, '. ond BOf.
I"in U only 1 no I'uiii-klUer, Porry Davis.
New Light Blue Grass Linen
nlao other color,
Furopean Goods for Ladios' Suits. Pongee Silks
Nev Patterns for uentl;men' Suits in Lighter VVeiclitc
MBKCHAN I" TAILOR, A law variety of cloths nuds up"ln tho
GOO KIM. 1116 Nuuunu Sr.
P, O. Box j. Til. i
THE OLDEST CHi. VSE FIRM IN HONOLULU.
Daalan In Hot Sllki and Grau Lln'tni. Chlnsia anl Jpaoai Goodt of All Kindt
tit-ttt Nuuinn trMt
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NEW ORGAN DEDICATED
Tle program n connection with tho
dedication of the new organ at Kawal-I
uliao List evening was curried out In a
thoroughly natlsMctory manner under
the direction of Wray Tajlor. Theru
were, no long units lictutcn the mini-!,
bets and everything went eft smooth
ly. The chinch wis ury well llllcd.
although thero eic quite n number of'
unoccupied stats. Prominent among
thofe pi (sent us Queen Lllluoknlanl
who bat In her enclosed pew with n
number of Indy' frUnds. In the audi
ence was a ciy liberal sprinkling of
teacheis from tho ti.iUBport Thuinas.
Honolulu music lovers were out In
The new orgin, although n little stilT
on Recount of Us lmlng inner been
plncd on before, gao forth rich tones
that showed what It la capable of do
ing and nlso the perfection of tho In
strument Itself. Its capabilities were
best shown In tho "Krollc of the
1'nlrlis" end the "Intermezzo" from
Caalkilu Iliist'ian hi Wrw 'Injjoi1
nnd "The Lost CritiiiV' b'y'l'rof. In
galls, One of the eiy best numbers on tho
program was tho ocnl solo by M.s.
Tcnny Peck Her olco has a cpial ty
Hint must delight an wlo hear her.
She sang with use and grate, her
olce dlng away in the last notes un
til Just a perceptible murinui could up
heard. An attempt was made nt an
encore but, irnllzlng the plicc, tho uii
dlenco did not IitsUi
1 Prof, Maurice Ileckvlth slto.ed his
gieat famtllailty with music Ip his
rendition of that ciy difficult produc
tion of Mendelssohn, "O God 11m 0
Mercy." Miss Edith llodgeis, ono of
Honolulu's new singers, sang moat
pleuslngl) "Ilej mid the Gates of Para
dise." The Amnteur Orchestra added ery
materially to fh success of the even
ing's prognim, giving two well tender
ed selections under the leadership of
Wiay Taylor. Kawnlahao's well train.'
ed choir sangl an anthem In tho Hawa-I
llan language In such good form 11s to
bilng foith hearty npplauxo Tho pro-,
gram of th? menlng was comludcd
with "Alolu Oe," "Hawaii Ponol" nnd
"The Star Spangled Uuiincr" by Wray
Tnloi on tho organ.
j - j jii? ) 'i U't(
n Mji - m
"If jou don't waut vlr.il.cj to get tie b of jou, job must gtt
the bct of uhisVcy."
t " I do lidy, but when a fellow't on'.y ga 1 nicVcl 1 c can't buy
W. C. Peacock & Co., Ltd
Metropolitan Meat Co.,
The Bulletin, 75cts. per month
SAVE YOUR PHOTOS.
1 Tae pr cess of bi idincr pic
tures undei truss i.s mate s
1 simple y the in'roduction o.
'the Gummed Binding Pap;i
that anyone can do it t
It w'll afford a pleasant even
ing s occupation and save your
pholos Irom ruin, to get wiat
you require at KING BROS
land do ihe work your elt.
hull stock 1 1 any shade.
The use of the Singer in millions of
homes shows tho unprecedented sue-,
cess of these Ideal sewing machines. 1
It Is comlnclng proof that the Singer
excels In nil kinds of family sewing
and art needle work. All our sewing
machines are of the best construction, '
beautifully decorated, and are mounted
cm selected woods In finely flnlsbid
cabinets of artistic deBlgn. 0. Der
gersen, agent, 16',4 llethel street, P. 0
Fresh Meats and Fish
by Every Steamer
From the Coast tlwt has CoM Storage.
Chotce Kcef, Veal. Mutton,
Lamb and Pork always
Aleo'Poultry, Salmon and Hnllbut.
FOR SALE AT
The Metropiliun Market, Kirtfi St., Tel.
Ihe Booth, r-isiiinarket, lelephone 379.
Ct'iur.il .M.ithet, llunll Si , 1 eleph' ne 104.
AV1NG PURCHASED THE GRCKERY BLS1
NESS OF M i. CH AS. 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 : : : :
BEST - QUALITY - GOODS.
C. J. DAY & CO.
Mis. r Ilergei has donated n j car's
telephone substilptlon to Itbe Y, W. C.
A. much to tho delight of tho young
Indies, Mrs. Merger had the telephone
put In whllo Mrs. Drown was uwiiy.
Those wishing reliable horses, ex
parlemed drivers, new rlgB, fair prl.-es
and courteous treatment should call l
the Territory Stables Their telephnno
number Ib Main 35 They deliver and
call for rigs free of charge
Onmcs & McTlghc, successors to Ca
piara & Co , liquor dealers; 35 King St.
THEEJ EJjj N G B U 1. 1. E T ljS
THK OLDLbT HAWAIIAN DAILY PAI'LU
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