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EVENING BULLETIN. HONOLULU. H. T MONDAY. AUGUST 12. 1901.
FOR SALE EVERYWHERE!
La Insular of America
Trade Mark Registered and owned by DAVID LAWRENCE & COMPANY.
"If it comes from Sachs', it's correct."
Sailor Hat Slaughter
If ever price was effective, there
will be quick clearance sale. : :
Our Sailor Hats for Ladies again come forward with another
bargain broadside. It is a remarkable list pivins variety
enough to meet practically air wishes, and quoting prices so
paltry as to De startling when compared with regular
selling values. .-, .
Prices For This Week Only.
Lntllcft' Snllor Hnttt-Styllh shapes In brown, navy blue
and black. Sold ever) where at 50c each. At Sach' 35 ccntB.
LikIIch' SiiIIoi- llntH Rough and ready straws, with pearl
braids, black and white, elsewhere sold at 75 cents each At
Sichs' -00 ccntH.
LndlcH' Sailor HntH-Rough and ready, trlmnvd, black and
white. Elsewhere Ji.oo each. At Sachs' only. ...80 cent.
Ladle' Snllor llntH Extra fine, split straw In black Sold
by others at S2.00. At Sachs' $1.00.
Lnillcs' Snllor llntH Extra fine, split straw In white. The
other fellow's price $a co. Sachs' price $1.25.
Another Snllor lint Extra fine, split straw, stylish shpe.
Elsewhere sold at 5t 50. At Sachs' 81.00.
EngllHli Snllor llntH Mixed straw, extra qualltv. Else
where sbld Jt ft 75- Sachs' 00 ccntH.
EngllHh Wnlklng llntn-Extra tine .Wan braid. White,
black and brown, elsewhere J2.C0. At Sachs' $1.00.
The Porto Itlcnn lint Is all the rage.
Porto Wean Pujtarce. We sell It at
It has a stylish
The lliirvnrd lint Is one of the latest ton. It Is dimmed,
boid at Sa:h' for 75 cents. You can Ret it elsewhere for f 1.25.
Sachs' Dry Goods Co.
WAILUKU IS TREATED
TO FATAL KUNAWAY
And Another With Less Serious Results
Due to Licenses Issued
Walluku, Aug. 10. Hayata. a Japan
ese gardener ho was trying to drlc
a double team, met with a very serious
accident yesterday afternoon which
may pro'vo fatal.
Hayata and a fellow countryman
were driving down- Main street, when
suddenly the horses took n notion to
run away and before Hayata knew It,
the wagon was upset near Dr. Uootc's
office, one of the wheels of the wagon
passing over his head and fracturing
the skull. The other fellow escaped
unhurt. The pole was badly damaged
but the wagon Itself escaped with u
very little damage.
Hayata was removed to the Main-
lanl hospital where Dr. Wcildlek at
tended to his wounds. He may pull
through but the chnncca of his tecov
cry aro very small. During the same
afternoon, another wagon drlv.i by n
Clilnnmnn, also ran away, but luck
would have It. one of the fionl wncela
collided with the hitching post In
front of the sheriff's office. Thrsc acci
dents arc becoming too numerous of
late on account of the promiscuous Is
suing of licenses to Japanese and Chi
. , .
LABOR DAY ARRANQEMIiNTS
I ROCHE HARBOR LIME
DUB TO ARRIVB
EX. SHIP HENRY V1LLARD
THEO. H. DAVIES & CO., Ltd.
A NEW LINE OF
Colt Shirts, Paamas,
Dollies, Jewelry Etc.
READY MADE SUITS
ARE NOW SHOWN AT ,
CAI.I AND f'E CuNVINCED. U HOTEL ST., NEAR NUUANU
Gcnerul Merchandise. Dry Goods, Groceries.
.Japanese Provisions, etc.
MAGOOX BLOCK, MEBCI1AAT hTREET.
3?. o. 33C2S 886 alalia, atft
GOO KIM, 1116 Nuuanu St.
New Line lit Curopctin Goods.
(lentlemen'K, Ladles' 11ml Children's lints.
Chinese finihs Linen, nil colors.
Dres floods, Pongee Hllhs.
A Ur variety of cloths made up In the
P o Box m
Vi7"IlXTC3r XW0 GJEZJkJST
THE OLDEST CHi. "SE FIRM IN HONOLULU.
pt:in lo Fin. Sllk cl Gmi Llncni. Cbln.ic and Jtptn.t. GooJf of All Klodi
tto-.it Nuu.nu itr..t.
Representatives of the various labor
unions of the city met In Mechanics'
hall Saturday evening for the purpose
of making arrangements for the cele
bration of Labor Day which falls on
the first day of next month. This
meeting was the first of a series that
will be held from time to time to per
fect arrangements for the greatest da
In tho year for labor people. General
plans wcro laid at Saturday's meeting,
There will be a grand parade In the
morning, lu tho afternoon there will
be games at Knplolanl paik and In the
eu'ulng the labor men and their ladles
will gather at tho drill shed for a big
ball. The carpenters, moulders,
plumbers, electrical workers, sailors,
brlcklaycis, painters, bollermakcrs
and Iron shipbuilders have already sig
nified their Intention of Joining In the
parade. The printers engineers and a
few other unions arc all that remain
to bo accounted for non. At this
meeting, the following officers and
committees were appointed;
('resident, Samuel Itmntay; vice
president, T.. Irving; secretary, T. M.
Kac; treasurer, It. Itamsay.
Finance Committee John Dawson,
V. Dillon. II. Itamw. A. Dlsbrnw. E.
V. A. Chrlstlnsen, Henry. M, l'urivll,
and S. l Kind.
Games Committee S. Nawea, Ed.
Mahoney, T. Dickson, I. Too, J. J. Ncl
ton, It. llarfrlnan. S. I. Kind and J.
Music Commltec Chas. Martinson
Hall Committee O. Halllday, J. C.
Ilrown, V. Montague, W. Gett, K. V.
A. Christiansen, J, Kcmllard. V, Ka
madl and Chas. Martinson.
Piess Committee V. n. Morse and
Parade Committee J. T. Shaler, W.
Gett and T. Irving.
Another short meeting of the various
unions was held In the same place Sun
day afternoon and at that time, the
finance committee wns authorized to
call on the merchants uf the city and
others with credentials bearing the
seal of tho Carpenters' L'nlon attached,
to week fund to defray the expenses
of Labor Day. Merchants called on
bhould remember that credentials with
the ecuI of the Carpenters' L'nlon at
tached aro tho only genulno ones.
Manufacturers meichaijit'or others
wishing to pl.ice lloala In the proces
sion should notify the sccrctat T. M
Hae, I'. 0. Ho SO.
ROADS NEED REPAIR
Walluku, Aug. 10, Two of the via'
itni-ts mi flip rnml 10 Wnlher aro In
'ery bad stale of lep'alr ami are a
menace to thoso traveling on horse
, back, especially nt night. The other
1 evening when P. J, Wheeler, book
I keeper of the Walluku plantation, wis
' returning from Walhce after paying
off tho men, one of the hind legs of his ,
Iioi'bo went through tm big Hole In
the bridge. It was no easy matter for
ie horse to get out.
A few dollars spent In repairing
these dangerous holes would bo bitter
than the government palng tliou
sands of dollars for damage suits, and
such would bo tho consequence If tho
Itoad Hoard continues In Its dilatory
methods. Of course tho usual cry Is:
"Walluku Hoad Hoard funds are very
WOULD RECOUP FORTUNE
BY BUILDING HUUSG BRIDGE
Superintendent of Public Works
Throws Cold Water on Bert's
Clever Money Mak
That a fecundity of Ideas Ik a mark
ed characteristic of the brain that re
poses beneath Ucrt Peterson's hat Is
known by nil wjio are acquainted with
him. That some of these Ideas will In
cubate and luiti.li out a brood of gol
den slmoleons Is as certain as the sun
rises and sets. Peterson's mind la
never Idle. He has tatted of the best
that a generous wave, of prosperity
can bring nnd knows a little about
the brackish taste at the diegs nt tho
bottom of the cup.
'I he latest bleu, which his mind has
germinated. In the laudable ambition
to recoup foi tunes, would do credit
to any soldier tit rot time, or daring
plunger who loves to sail his craft
through the most tuibulent waters of
profit and lor.
In his travels, Mr. Peterson was Im
pressed by nothing so much as by the
great London bridge. He has rumi
nated more than many an hour upon
tho countless thousands who have
crossed and recrossed and still will
tioss that thronged span. He noticed
there weie bridge dwellers there.
reople who were born on the btldge,
who lived on tho bridge, who died on
Pert himself was standing on Ilia
King strtct bridge at midnight not
long since. Tlilt bridge spans Nuuanu
utreain. He looked seaward, then to
ward the mountains. He thought of
the Thames and there flashfd into his
mind nn Idea. "I will build me a Lon
don bridge of my own." Tho next day
he visited tho Superintendent of Pub
lic Works. Ho applied to Mr. Hoyd for
0 lease of the space nbovo Nuuanu
stream on a level with the official
street grnde. from King street bridge
to Hcietanla, Ills lease was to In
clude one root or terra tlrma upon
'What do you want with Nuuanu
stream?" nskid the surprised head of
the Department of Public Works.
'I will drive n row cf piles on either
aide, and n row through the middle
und crtct the finest row of tenement
houses In the city," replied Mr. Peter-
Mr. Hoyd found objections to the
Idea, chlefiy of n sanitary nature nnd
gavo (be npplicunt no encouragement.
In Bpcnklng of the scheme to a
Bulletin reporter, Mr. Peterson said:
There Is no reason In the world why
tow of two story tenement houses
should not be built over the Nuuanu
stream. The di .linage would lie a sim
ple matter. Tho row would face Illver
street on the Ewa side I'm! on this side.
would ftont Anla lane. I hope tho
officials will reconsider their lefusal to
hear my proposition."
HAWAIIAN TOBACCO CO., Ltd.,
Comer Mureliunt unci Nuunnu Stss..
nlsoHOTEL ST., iipposlto Both
Office 'Phone, 350
Works 'Phone, 389
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 f 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, 5 to STANGENWALD BUILDING.
P. O. BOX 834. TEL. MAIN 70
All classes of Engineering Work solicited; Examinations, Surveys nnd Re
ports made 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, Dulldlngs, Highways, Founda
tions, Piers. Wharves, etc.
Special attention given to Examinations, Valuations, nnd Report ot
Properties for Investment purposes.
FREDERICK J. AMWEQ. M. AM. Soc. C. BL,
Engineer and Manogor.
W. R. CASTM'2 JR.. Secretary nnd Treasurer.
Metropolitan Meat Co.,
LOVE CASE NUARING END.
The trial of the Uivo spendthrift
c.ihe was lesumed Saturday afternoon
and nil the witnesses except ono were
examined. At 4 o'clock this afternoon
the ease will continue nlth ono more
witness for the defense when the mat
ter will bo up to the attorneys for nr
gument. Some Interesting flashes of
oratory are anticipated at this stago
of the easo. The well-known abilities
of both 1 E. Thompson and Thomas
Pitch nlun on tho carpet, promise to
be In ought Into full play when the
facts brought out In this trial arc un
der re lew.
Fresh Meats and Fish
by Every Steamer
From the Coast that has CoM 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 Marhet. Nttuanu St., Telephone 104.
AVING PURCHASED THB GROCERY BUS1
NESS OF M't. 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 : : : :
BEST - QUALITY - GOODS.
C. J. DAY & CO.
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