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EVENING DULLBTIN, HONOLULU, II. T., TUESDAY, AUGUST 0, 1901.
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Can Do For You
For One Week.
F 1 R 8 T L Y Sell you Cotton Torchon Laces, with Inser
tions to match, from I to j'i Inches wide, at 5e per yard,
or 13 yards lor BOc. That Is :::::::: : :
A GREAT BREAK IN LACES
The p Ice Sc per yard shouU bring straight to our store,
every woman whs has a possible nee J for laces. 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 Japanese Silks, regularly solJ at SOe per yard,
at 35e per yard, one week only. Womn 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 tlies: 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,
3Rc 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 VLILS.
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.,
A NEW LINE OF
Golf Shirts, Pajamas,
Doilies, Jewelry Etc.
S. 8. SIERRA.
READY MADE SUITS
AHE NOW SHOWN AT
ROCHE HARBOR LIME
DUE TO ARRIVE
EX. 6HIP HENRY VILLARD
THEO. H. DAVIES & CO., Ltd. 1
WILL OPEN AGAIN
IN NEXT CONGRESS
President Will Reiterate His Re
commendations for Prompt
Action Hopes fcr
WEDDING LUAU HELD
Illness Prevented His Keeping Mar
riage Date Preparations Did
Not Go for Naught
CALL AND PE CONVINCED.
ST., NEAR NUUANU
General Merchandise, Dry Goods, Groceries
Japanese Provisions, etc
MAGOON HLOCK, MERCIIAM f.TREET.
IE3. Q. Bess 886 3Ea,iia. gift
New Light Blue Grass Linen
oIho other colors.
Furopean Goods for Ladies' Suits. Pongee Silks
Nev Patterns for uentlemen' Suits in Lighter Weight?
MBRCHAN r TAILOR, A large variety of cloths made up In the
GOO KIM, 1110 Nuuanu St.
Albert Ilalstcad, Washington corres
pondent of the Drooklvn- Standard
Union writes tinder date of July 20:
Tlireo jcars liae pasted since Ha
nail was annexed and jot nothing
bus been done tow aril establishing ta
ble communication with the Islands.
To be sure a route to Hawaii and
thence to the Philippines has been stir
veyed, and a bill passed the Senate
for a cable, but still no legislation has
been enacted. This has been due to
rush of other business In Congress
that was considered of more Important
and to differences of opinion among
Congressmen as to what provisions
nbould bo made tor the rable. Some
have Insisted that It should be con'
strictcd by the Government, and oth
ers that a private comrany should un
dertake the construction. Then there
Is a natural habit of procraelln.itlou
with legislation that can b- post
Hut when the new Congress axsvin
blcs In December a special crfott will
be made to have some legislation en
acted. Not only Is it Inconvenient, but
an Interference with commerce to hao
no cable communication with Hawaii,
but until the cable to Hawaii Is con
structed there will bo r.o beginning on
tho cable to the Philippines and Japan,
which Is of even greater Impoitanee.
Our Government pajs exorbitant rates
for cable communication with the Phil
ippines, and an American cable would
be most useful coimuci dally, not only
as far as the Philippines ate concern
ed, but In connection with our rela
tions with Japan, It Is regarded as
quite probable that tho President, In
his annual message, will make Btrong
recommendations In the matter of tho
Hi WATERFRONT IS
SHU IN THE COURTS
Illto. Aug. 1. Tho nucstlon of tho
ownership of land on the Hilo water
front remains unsettled. Twice w un
lit soven da) b tho suit of Ilrnwn vs.
Hpreckels, involving the title to tho
land on tho bench opposite tho storo
of I.. Turner Co , Ltd., has been tried
In tho Circuit Court. Tho result of
tho first trial was n disagreement.
eleven of the Jurors holding out for
the plaintiff and the fulfill fin the de
fondant. A number of ballots vvoiu
taken, tho Jury remaining out all
night, and when they were discharged
snmo one mado tho remark that lit
didn't know there was a mule on tho
Attorney Carl S. Smith conducted
thu enso for tho plaintiff dining tho
llrst trial owing to too sudden depart
ure of Attorney Holmes and tho Ill
ness of J. A. Magoon. On the second
trial, which began Monday morning
anil ended the snmo night, Mr. Ma
goon conducted nnd Attorney Ilalllou
represented tho defense, I'rnctlcallv
tho same arguments wcro used. At
torney llallou plead for a non snult,
which wnB granted, and the ouo muln
In tho first Jury proved to be a horse,
whllo his tollengues were transformed
Into mules. A notice of appeal vvus
made by attornejs for plaintiff.
It appears that the d eds to the lands
describe the metes and bounds and
adds "to tho high-water mark", which
seemed to bo nn afterthought. Tho
court held that this does not give title
to thu Pitman heirs and that the prop
erty now belongs to tho United Htatos.
Other pioperty win bo effected by tho
suit, the only exceptions being a few
liuleanas, which extend to hlgll-vviutr
mark. Tho land claimed by tho
Spieckels was orlginull) In tho lamia
of Ptihonua and wns convejed to Pit
man, and for vearH past it was sup
rosedly the property of the Spree I ell,
Tho heirs of Pitman considered tint
they still held nn Interest In tho 1 mil,
tho paitlcular piece not having been
ronveved by deed to tho Sprockets,
the hitter having merely "squatters
C. A. Drown wanted tho land and
vlHlted homo of tho heirs In the States
nnd made a tender of J3.000 for It.
Spreckels' agents, however, had antici
pated tho move and miido a prior offer
of )5IM)0 and, It Is said, Mr. Blown got
tho Pitman Interests at that prUu,
.AT THU .
HAWAIIAN TOBACCO CO., Ltd.,
Corner Merchant and Nuuanu St.,
alMO HOTI2L. ST.. opposite Bethel.
Office 'Phone, 390.
Works 'Phone, 389
Wnlluku, Aug 3. An old time Ha
vvalian luau was given Inst Saturday
evening at tho home of Mr. nnd Mrs.
I.nnl of Wnlehu. 'the occasion was to
have been the wedding of their joung-
est daughter, Uuilly, to n Mr. Chestag,
formerly of Spreckelsvllle, but now
domiciled at llllo
That morning the Kltiaii came from
Hawaii without the would-be groom,
but a letter inme In which .Mr. Ches
tag excused hlfc unavoidable) absence
nn account of llnen, he being at the
time of writing u 1 at nit at the Illto
hospital. Hut as ivrrjthlng for the
luau was read), tun fatted inlvis hav
ing been klllrd the day before besides
numberless chickens and pigs, the pa
rents of the bride concluded to havo
the luau notwithstanding as they did
not care to have the eatables tot on
Invited guests came fioin far off
Pala and Puunene and ulsu Wnlluku,
and by 8 o'clock that Saturday evening
no less than three hundred guests sat
down-ml all did Justice to the many
good things prepared for the wedding.
Rev, J, Kalino of Pala, who was to
solemnize the wedding, was on hand,
and he tew sat dow n to enjoy the many
good things prepaid! In the most ap
proved Hawaiian fashion. Tho ab
sence of the groom, however, did not
give a ver) gloomy aspect to the occa
sion for the to be bride enjei)cd her
self as well aft' the bridesmaids and
hula dune cis After the luau the spa
clous Inual erected for the occasion
was cleared for dancing and both
voting and old even the bride spent
the greatei part of the evening In
dancing. The music: was furnished by
the Wnlehu gli e lub. The affair last
ed until after midnight. 'Ihc entire
absence of rowdlsm, which generally
follow b a luau, added very much to the
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.
We will Install two 'phones complete under a r 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 mndo for any class of Waterworks, Steam and Klcctrlc Construction;
I'laiiB nnd Specifications and Estimates Prepared, and Construction Superin
tended, In all branches of Engineering Work; Contracts solicited for Ilall
roads. Electric and Steam; Tunnels, Drldgcs, Buildings. Hlgli.a)8, Founda
tions, Piers, Wharves, etc.
Special attention given to Examinations, Valuations, and Report! cut
Properties for Investment purposes.
FREDERICK J. AMWEQ. M. AM. Soc C. El,
Engineer and Manogor.
W. R. CASTLE JR., Secretary and Treasurer.
Metropolitan Meat Co.,
Fresh Meats and Fish
by Every Steamer
From the Coast that has Cold Storage.
At n meeting of the Oiliu Cemetery
Association held In the olllce of David
Da.vton op Meithant street jestcrday
nfternoon. the following eillliers were
elected A. S. Cleghorn, pinsident. J.
II. Sopcr, vice- president, David Da
ton, secretin, (Jeorge It Carter, treas
urer, nnd II, M. von Holt and llcnr
Wnterhouse, trustees. It was report
ed that the numbe r of burials during
tho j ear had been seventy-two and the
total iccelpts from nil bourccx $2,711
It vvus fuither reported ut the meeting
that a few lots we rn sold nnd that there)
remain only a few 1111110 that tiro not
li lei prlvatcl) 'I he to are going fast.
Choice Beef, Veal Mutton,
Lamb and Pork always
Also Poultry, Salmon and Halibut.
FOR SALE AT
Dr. Picric.-' hlec
trie lliicly llattcry
Away wldiDruei lnr
llcite S.nJ lor "Honk
let N v" AJJrct
:- I'll WCI! kLI'CTUIC CO..
'I'' 620 M ktl St.. b I'.
The Metropolitan Market, King St., Tel. 45.
The Booth, Fishmarket, Telephone 379.
Central Market. Nuuanu St.. Telephone 104.
AV1NG PURCHASED THB GROCERY BUSI
NESS OF M. CIUS. 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 :
BEST - QUALITY - GOODS.
C. J. DAY & CO.
P O. Box wj,
THE OLDEST CH.. 'SE FlKM IN HONOLULU.
Daaltrt Id Flo Silks and Grais Llntm. Chlntia and Jap ants Goodi of AH ICtadi
sio-t Nuuanu atraat
The Bulletin, 75cts. per month
The llttlo sehoonet 51011(1113118 re
turned to poit yesterdd) afternoon
after two dnvs nt sen .ill of which tlmo
she was within ten mills of port.
She started for Kahulul Saturday af
ternoon with the sails and other geir
for tho schooner Alice Kimball. Sho
was In chargo of Captain Qreen her
owner and on tho way cut of the har
bor caused a lot of excitement bv get
ting foul of the gunboat I'etiel and
then almost being mil down by tho
llennlngton outsldo the harbor. This
is tho second tlmo suo lias started for
Kahulul and failed to get there, Sho
seems to bo able t sail but ono way
and that Is sldcvnys.
I he livening Ilulletln, 75 cents per
! ir in th
the best in E f $$!qmwfSSm
seventy years -41 fiKSmB
Cyrus &irvT- mWMm
Noble I I -AW0P' "if!
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W. C. PEACOCK & CO., LTD.T Sole Agents