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EVBNIM1 nUM.ETI.V, ItONOMJLU.il. T., MON'DAY, AUGUST 5, 1901.
Can Do For You
' Fop One Week.
F I R 8 r L Y Sell you Cotton Torchon Laws, with Inser
tions to match, from I to"3,'f Inches wide, at Bs per yard,
or 13 yards fop BOe. That Is :::.:::::: :
A GREAT BREAK IN LACES
The pice 8c pep yard should bring straight to our store,
every woman who has a possible need for laces. There Is a
very wide range of patterns to choose from regular Tcrchon
designs. This price one week only. :,::::::::
TEACH YOU THE
- - - - FULL POWER OF MONEY
by offering Japanese Silks, regularly sold at BOe pep yard,
at 38c pep 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 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 such a mistake. Think,
35c pap 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 EFFEOT VEILING.
WE HAVE A SAMPLE LOT OF NEW NOVELTY VEILS.
They 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
ROCHE HARBOR LIME
DUB TO ARRIVE
EX. SHIP HENRY VILLARD
THEO. H. DAVIE8 & CO.-, Ltd.
A NEW LINE OF
Golf Shirts, Pajamas,
Dollies, Jewelry Etc.
S. 6. SIERRA.
READY MADE SUITS
ARE NOW SHOWN AT
All 1 MI HIS
SATURDAY'S GAME WAS
Stars Went to Pieces in Seventh lining-Braced
Dp at the Last
The lovers of baseball were treated
to six Innings of almost faultless base
ball In the game between the Sara and
Honolulus Saturday afternoon In their
great struggle for the league cham
pionship. Six Innings ot baseball that
was as near tbo standard of profes
sionalism as possible. Six Innings of
the very best playing that has ccr
been seen on a Honolulu diamond, but
the seventh was altogether different. It
tas positively sad. Something hap
pened and the Stars are still wonder
ing why they did not foresee It In
time to nvert the catastrophe. The
final result was n victory for the Hono
lulu Athletic Club, the score being J 2
to C. Following Is a summary of the
game as taken down the official scorer
H. A. C.
AB. R. H. O. A. B.
T. Price, 3b t 1 1 :i 1 0
V. Gleason, lb G 2 2 9
H. Kant, p 6 110
D. Dayton, c 5 1 1 S
A. Lewis, rf 5 2 3 1
J. Thompson, 2b .... 3 0 0 3
J. Williams, ss 5 2 1 2
J. Hansman, If 5 2 2 2
Kaanol, cl '. 3
Total 12 13 27 10 7
AD. It. H.O.A.E,
A. Moore, 2b 3 1 0 0
J. Gorman, c E 1 1 9
V. Davis, 3b. If C 0 1 5
F. Klley. cf 1110
Brown, rf 4 12 2
A. Marcalllno lb,3b.. 4 0 0 2
J. Marcllltno, If .... 4 1 1 0
S. Bowers, ss 2 0 0 3
W. II. Uablbtt. p 2 0 1 0
4. U Castle, p 2 0 1 0
Total .. .. .... 4"8 27-13 10
SCORE I1Y IKNINOS.
I 2 3 4 3 C 7 8 9
H. A. C 0 10 10 0 9 1 012
Stars 1 0 1 0 0 0 2 1 0 G
named Ituns II. A. C, 4; Stars, 2.
lft on Bases Stars, 13; II. A. C.
CALL AND RE CONVINCED.
U HOTEL ST., NEAR NUUANU
General Merchandise. Dry Goods, Groceries
Japanese Provisions, etc
MAQOON BLOCK, MERCHANT STREET.
3P. O- Boar 886 SvCairL
New Light Blue Grass Linen
also other colors.
European Goods for Ladies' Suits. Pongee Silks
Ne,v Patterns for Gentlemen' Suits In Lighter Weights
MERCHAN I TAILOR, A targe variety of cloths made up In tha
GOO KIM, 1116 Nuuanu St.
P, O. Boi W5. Tit. il,
"OTinXTGr VSTO OI3LAJLV
THE OLDEST CHi. SE FIRM IN HONOLULU.
Duuri to Flat Silks ol Gnu L Intnl. ChttuM and Jtpanm Goodi of All Kloli.
tiA-iit Nuuinu itrMt.
The Bulletin, 75cts. per month
Three-base lilts Lewis.
Two-base Illta Kaal, Lewis, Kaa
nol. Double Plays I'ricc to Gleason, Wil
liams to (lleason, A. 'Marcalllno to
Moore, to Davis.
Stolen liases tllcason, Kaal, Moore
(2), Gorman (2), Uabltt, Cattle (2),
liases on Halls Ily Ilabbltt, 4; hy
Hit by Pitcher Ily Kaal, 3.
Struck Out By Habbltt, 0; by Cus
tle.l; byKaol, 5.
Wild Pltclw-Hy Kaal, 1.
Passed Halls By Dayton. 4.
Time of Game Two hours and ten
Umpires H. M. Whitney und Morris
Scorer I.orrln Andrews.
The Honolulus went to the tut first
Hid they had the pleasure of seeing
among thti crowd of nearly two thou
sand people present, a very large
number of their supporters who were
ready for anything in the lino of
noise and encouragement. Babbitt
was In the box for the Stars and his
fine, work, assisted by the support !
tho team, resulted in three outs for
the Honolulu In about as many min
utes. Tho Stars then went to tho bat
and succeeded In scorlngji run but tha
woik of tho Honolulus was so perfect
that there wasn't a chanco for any
more, in tnc seconu inning, tno Ho
nolulus secured a run and the crowd
went wild. Tho Stars were shut out
and the score was tied. In tho third
inning, the Stars made one run and
tho Honolulus wcio shut out, thus giv
ing tho Honolulus n lead nt one run.
Ill tho fourth, tho Honolulus tied the
scoro again mid chut out tho Stars. In
tho fifth nnd sixth, neither team could
score and people were btmply stundlng
This was tho time Habbltt Bhould
havo been tuken out ot the box for It
hns been proven that he Is good for
not pioro than flva Innings against n
team like the Honolulus. lie is uu
excellent pitcher but he cannot last.
' For somo reason or other, tho Stars
i failed to take advantage of past ex-
J jierlenco and kept 'Habbltt in the bos
with tho result that the Honolulus
went to the bat nnd simply knocked i
tho ball all over the field. The Stars
became, rattled and made a number of,
costly errors which brought in run af
ter run for the Honolulus until the
score during the Inning stood 9 runs.
Tho Stars then took a lirece nnd stop
ped further action on the part of the
Honolulus. However, It was too late.
Tho damnge had been done. Tho
score stood 12 to 3.
The Stars got In a little work them
selves and pulled out two runs after
the second man hud been put out. In
the eighth inning tho Stars retired
Hnbbitt and put Cnstln Into tho box.
The pitching of this plucky little play
er nt once showed that, had he been
put In tbo box one Inning earlier, tho
result might liac been different. IJach
team scored a run and that ended It,
for nothing was uiado in tho last
NEW COMPANY WILL BUILD
THIS HORSELESS VEHICLE
Orders Gone Forward for Material
Meanwhile Expert Machinists
Are Busy in Various
Tbo Motor Cnrrlago und Machine Co,
la n new firm opened up for business
on Union street. The t.Ulve managers
of the new concern are I. W. Schocnlng
and S. I. Stewart, two expert mechan
ics. The headquarters ot the firm are
at present In a frame building. As
soon as Mr.'Wnltrrs comes home from
Germany, work will begin on n new
fireproof building on en adjoining lot
which will give this bustling concern
a home In keeping with its purposes.
At present a foice ot expert mechan
ics Is kept busy In tho general ma
chine shop. They tepair everything In
light and heavy tnijlues, printing
presses, linotypes, typewriters, cash
registers, sates, vaults, tlmo locks, bl
cycles, dynamos nnd all kinds of elec-'
trie mechanism no matter how Intrl
later on the company will branch
out In the line of building horseless
carriages. Orders for material for
three vehicles have gone forward and
a number of persons have placed with
the firm orders conditional upon a
satisfactory demonstration of the merit
of the carriage. There l a Held In Ho
nolulu for the horseless carriage. The
automobile Is too cxpcnslxr- for gen
eral use by private parties and In bust,
ness. This new company will build
and put on the market a gasoline car
riage for less than $1000 which will
develop eight horee powei. run 1G0
miles without leplcmshlng the oil
tank and climb Tantalus und Punch
bowl ns easy ns running a level. It
wilt be some time before theso vehicles
can be turned out. However, when
tbey npienr they will be neat In de
sign and graceful In appearance. Noth
ing can beat the gasoline carriage ns a
delivery wagon nnd they will probably
nnd a general use nmong the merchants.
The Honolulu gasoline carriages-Ill
be run by n lateral double cyllndcWn
glnc. Tno explosions occurlng simul
taneously neutralizes all vibration.
Eight gallons of water forms part of
the equipment nnd with tho radiator
system perfected It will not be neces
sary to add mare than ono gallon
weekly, when running steadily. Tho
weight of the carriage will be COO
pounds and It is designed to carry four
Mr. Schocnlng has had a great deal
of experience In the business or build
ing gasoline can luges. In Chicago In
1895, ho built In sixty days, from tliO
Inventor's drawings, n gnsollne enr
llage for the Times-Herald race. This
carriage Is still working out Its career
of usefulness on tho streets of Chi
cago. Mr. Schocnlng came to Hono
lulu In 189S, anil hns always held a
firm faith that the guMilluc carriage
would solve the problem of rapid tran
sit on tho streets of Honolulu and ou
the country roads.
HAWAIIAN TOBACCO CO., Ltd.,
Cornet Merchant and Nuuunu Stm.,
lo HOTEL. ST., oppowlte Hothssl.
Office 'Phone, 390
Works 'Phone, 389
SaVe YOUr Wife Many Steps by Installing
A House Telephone from
Y01 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 i.irantee at a price- -well
you cannot afford to be without them.
The Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.,
Hawaiian Engineering and Construction Co.
ROOMS 508, 509, 510 STANGENWALD BUILDING.
P. O. BOX 834. TEL. MAIN 70
Alt classes of Engineering Work solicited; Examinations, Surveys and Re
ports mado 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, Highways, Founda
tions, Piers, Wharves, etc
Special attention given to Examinations, Valuations, and Report o
Properties for Investment purposes.
FREDERICK J. AMWEQ, M. AM. Soc. C. B.,
Engineer and Manager.
W. R. CASTLE JR., Secretary and Treasurer.
Metropolitan Meat Co.,
Fresh Meats and Pish
by Every Steamer
Tho Evening Bulletin, 75 cents per
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.
AVING PURCHASED THE GROCERY BUSI
NESS OF MR. 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 : : : :
BBSr - QUALITY - GOODS.
C. J. DAY & CO.
( thebsstin h f''mmEa
. , seventy years -M HtfWWSB'
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W. C. PEACOCK & CO., LTD., Sole Agents