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EVBNINO IiULI.ETIN, HONOLULU, H. T., THCItSIUY, AUGUST 15 1901.
FOB SALE EVERYWHERE t iFive
La Insular of America" I Cent
i raae marK Registered ana owned by UAVIU L.AWKCrLC iv UimMAIW. 1Z1
"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 foAvard with another
bargain broadside. It is a remarkable list giving variety
enough to meet practically all wishes, and quoting prices so
paltry as to oe startling when compared with regular
Prices For This Week Only.
LiuIIch' Snllor HntH Stylish shapes In brown, navy blue
and black. Sold everywhere at 5X each. At Sachs' 35 ccntK.
Lntllcs Snllor HntH Rough and ready straws, with pearl
braids, black and white, elsewhere sold at 75 cents each At
Sachs' .80 cents.
Lmllcs Snllor-lliitH- Rough and ready, trlmm-d, black and
white. Elsewhere t i.oo each. At Sachs' only... 80 centtt.
Ladles' 8nllor HntH Extra fine, split straw In black. Sold
by others at Ji.oo. At Sachs' $1,00.
Ladles' 6nllnr HntH Extra fine, split straw In white. The
other fellow's price 52.co. Sachs' price $1.23.
Another Snllor lint Extra fine, split straw, stylish shspe.
Elsewhere sold at $1.50. At Sachs' SI.OO. '
English Snllor lints Mixed traw, extra quality. Else
where sold it $1 75. Sachs' 00 cents.
English Walking tints-Extra fine Milan braids. White,
black and brown. Elsewhere 52.00. At Sachs' 61.00.
The PortoTRIcnn lint Is all the rage. It has a stylish
Porto R lean Purree. We sell It at $1.00.
The Harvard lint Is one of the latest too. It U Dimmed.
So. J at Sa:hs' for 73 cents. You can get It elsewhere for J1.25.
Sachs' Dry floods Co.
ROCHE HARBOR LIME
DUB TO ARRIVE
EX. SHIP HENRY V1LLARD
THEO. H. DAVIES & CO., Ltd
A NEW LINE OF
Golf Shirts, Pajamas,
Dollies, Jewelry Etc.
8. 8. SIERRA.
READY MADE SUITS
ARE NOW SHOWN AT
MERCHANTS HAVE SAY
ON INSURANCE MATTERS
Although the meeting ot the Mer
chants' Association was called (or
3:30 o'clock yesterday afternoon. It was
(ully a half hour later before thero
were enough members of the organiza
tion present to make a quorum. This
small attendance was due to the fact
that the Gaelic was leailng for the
The sooner tho matter was tnken up
anil aggresslic action Instituted, tho
better. The speaker suggested tho
appointment of a committee to collect
.he lurlou complaints of the members
ot the association and to formulate a
plan of work. On the suggestion ot
Secretary W. W. Harris the matter
was placed In the hands of a commlttco
Oil trade nil,! fltlllllPf,. lMi1, la mntlo mi
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i.uai in. uumj.ruuu mu mutiny v 0I j.- j i.0 rey, II. A. Itenbcrg and V
the business men of the city had let M. Wakefield.
terg to write. K. C. Macfarlane took up the qucs
The meeting was called to order by tlo "t the alleged high rutu of limir
HAWAIIAN TOBACCO CO., Ltd.,
Corner Merchant and Nnuttnu St.,
iiImo HOTIiL T.. opposite llothel.
Vice President V. V. Dlraond wltb,
nncc nt present obtalnlnt, In the Is!
allds. He deslciiated these rati-a 11.
with the following, constituted those flxuj ,y tho Hoard of I uclernrlters us
present at1 the meeting: George Ho
dick. George Angus, M. Phillips, P. U.
Auerbach, V. W. Harris, C. M..V.
Porstcr, M. A. Gonsahes, I. A. Mc
Incrny, E. C. Macfarlane, A. Barnes,
L. E. Plnkham, J. 0. Rotlincll, II. P.
Lange and H. P. Wlchman.
E C. Macfarlane began tho wort: of
arbitrary, unfair, exorbitant, execsshe
and out (if all rinsnn. The rates were
higher than any city of the size of
Honolulu on the Milnioiitl. A comb!
nation such as ixiMcd 01 Honolulu was
in rcstiaint of compstltlon. It was
repugnant to the business people of
the city and, If nlttuittd, would be
found to be unlawtut. If referred fo
the District Attorney. Mr. Italnl. hiiium
incnuernoon ny suggesung mm n iu- thing ould Erply ,,p (lonei other
port of some kind be made on the mat'
ter of the Incomo tax, which was plac
ed In the hands of the board of d. rec
tors at the last meeting of IT. naso
elation Vice President Dlmond stat
ed that the board had held scleral
meetings at which he had been present 1
and that plans had been formulated
by which the interests of the associa
tion would be protected. Legal advice
bad been tought and arrangements
made which he felt sure would be sat
isfactory to the members. The Hoard
of Directors was not yet In a position
to report to the association but Mr.
Dlmond assured the association that
ex cry thing that could be done had been
done. The most Important step taken
by the board of directors was contain
ed In the woik which had led up to tho
fight against tho income tax. The as
sociation had taken tho Inlatlie In
this matter, tho Chamber of Commerce
and Planters' Association had Joined
the movement. Already a case by way
of a test as-to the constitutionality of
the Income tax, was before Ufa Su
This explanation on the part ot tho
vlco president was cry satisfactory
and no further comment by the mem-,
bers was olTercd. Mr. I.ango of I loir-1
schlaeger & Co.. was the next man oni
the lloor and the burden of his words
was a complaint against tho steam
ship companies In general and the III-
Ur-Islam! Co. in particular on account
companies in the Insurance business
had tried times wltho it number to get
a foothold In Honolulu but bad found
such a state of aftilrs absolutely Im
possible because they would not be al
lowed to do any business .
It. F. I.auge spoke up for the lnsur
ance companies, saying In the begin
ning that eiery case submitted to die
Hoard of underwriters where it was
claimed the ratis had been placed too
high, had In m attended to by that
body. He as a member knew whereof
bespoke. 1 he speaker did nut agree
that the rales wtio excessive. The
Hoard was In .1 position to take up mat
ters of rc-ictliig and the like better
than Indlildunl companies on account
of the gieat expense that would do
10I10 upon midi company In the carry
ing out ot the work. An expert trl.ii
tho Mainland had been stilt fur and he
was doing the work of rating for tho
Insurance companies. Hi cry applica
tion was atttudid to. Of course, there
might be some risks ot which tho
Hoard had nut heard but he did nut
beliec It was Just for the association
to tnka steps against a corporation
that had done so much good.
Continuing. Mr. Lange Bald: "Some
rates arc too low Hall's for Instance.
If thji contents of that store were
known to the company they would not
lme had the low tates they had. The
Hoard has done no harm but good
It tried to Induce the Legislature to
extend the fire limits. Action ugalnst
It would not bo for the benefit of the
L. i:. Plnkham spoke up for the In
surant e companies, saying that ho
Office 'Phone, 390
Works "Phone, 3SV)
Save Your Wife
A House Telephone from
Many Steps by Installing
Upstairs to Kitchen,
Yon win never House to Servants' Quarters,
part with it. House to Stable, Etc.
We will install two 'phones complete under a g larantee at a price- -well
you cannot nftord to be without them.
The Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.,
Hawaiian Engineering and Concoction Co.
ROOMS 508, 509, 510 STANGENWALD BUILDING.
P. O. BOX 834. TEL. MAIN 70
All classes of Engineering Work solicited; Examinations, Surveys and Re
ports made for any class of Waterworks. Steam and Electric Construction
Plans and Specifications and Estimates Prepared, and Construction Superlnl
tended. In all branches of Engineering Work; Contracts rollcltcd for Rail
roads. Electric and Steam; Tunnels, Drldges, Buildings, Highways Founda
tions, Piers. Wharves, etc.
Special attention given to Examinations. Valuations, and Reporta of
Properties for Investment purposes.
FREDERICK J. AMWEO. M. AM. 80c C. R,
. Engineer and Manager.
W. R. CASTLE JR.. Secretary and Treasurer.
Metropolitan Meat Co.,
Prcsh Meats and Fish
by Every Steamer
From the Coast that has Cold Storage.
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Ul U1CII mil-Hull lail.li iiuuuiiuh . ... l.ll. ,. ,,,! ,.,,,,1,1 ,,
freight. Mr. Lange called particular -'" '"'"' '""' "t , , , "in-
In Inn nrnellcn nf rillttlni?
attention to the practice ot putting
freight directly aboard steamers of tho
tlon. If good Insurance, was what nns
wanted, the best thing to do would be
Inter-Island Co. fiom the drays and , ., ' . ,,, ". , ,.,,--,.
nlh. Miiirnt'niu n. ,ltnt n.rri' ,1m i.riMila 1
to the whanes a practice which,
was Instituted after Captains Godficy
E. C. Macfarlane waB still on the ag-
grcssUe. He said tint while ho was
and Campbell had ceased to watch out f h n880C,tllloll , tnke
for the work on the wharves. wtIoif ho M (he fe(nR tmt m, gudl
v. .11. i. lorsier lorrouoraieu me combination us that formed b- tho lu
statements made by the last speaker, BHruIU(. companies, Bi,ould be nllowcu
saying that hohnd had xperlente of tL, ex8l ,ggicsslve nctlon could bo
drajs waiting on tno n mines rrom tllKc1 lntcr icrh.ips tho discus
1:S0 o'clock In the afternoon to l:3l)Btnn ttl.c i,-,i ICC canled on would
"'dock. '.(. tho ball rolllnc. The whole husl-
P. II. Auerbach objected to the Inter- ness community would bo In accord
Island Co. being designated as the only with what he was aajlng If they wore
company at fault In this matter. Ho heard fiom. Ho could UT. Mr, I.angi
said tho Wilder Co. was as bad and In answer to his statement, that an
perhaps worse than the Intrr-ULind cases were properly attended to by tin
Co. Hoard of Underwriters, that not on
E. C. Macfarlane said this did not tase out of a hundred had been attend
constitute tho only tiansgiesslon of thu cd to.
steamship companies. Theie wcru At 1:30 o'clock, tho meeting ndjourw
ninny moro that could be mentioned, cd.
pa rv na na mi Ms ra -i pji - f-s R M
Choice Beet, 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.
We are making a specialty of selling the very
best KONA COFFEE, anj will assure you of
the best sailfa:tlon If bought at : : : : :
C. J. DAY & CO.
62T Groceries delivered free to all parts of the city.
CALL AND PE CONVINCED.
U HOTEL ST., NEAR NUUAXU
General Merchandise. Dry Goods, Groceries.
Japanese Provisions, etc
MAGOOX BLOCK, MER0I1AAT
O- BCX 886
GOO KIM, UI6 Nuuanu St.
New Line of European Good.
Geiitlcnicn'H, Lndleti unci Clillclrcn'H Huts.
CliIncHC GriiHH Linen, nil color.
Drcsrt GoodH, Pongee SIIIch, ,
A large variety of cloths made up In the
P. O, Box m
The oldest Ch.. se Firm in Honolulu.
Dutiri la flat Silk tnd Gun llnm. Cblnex ani Jpotit Good of All Klsli
f io-tif Nuutnu U
The Bulletin, 75cts. per month
The tilnl of tho four aMors who. It
U claimed icfused to asslt-t In putting
out tho lire aboard th lark C U II -
ant, which broke out Jul 7 pin
reeded yesterday nfteinoou beio,!
Judge Esteo In the Federal Court The
Jury sitting In the case Is composed nf
Messrs. M. B. I'achco, Ches, I.ip ..
John Nelll, 0. W. Smith. J. V Iln--bttom,
Win. Mutch, Julius Abch, O'lo
Hose, A. C. Dow sett, V. 11 Smith, il
G. Allen una F. Clay.
Captain Colly of the burned iessd
was tho flrsr witness. Ho not only sild
the men on trial did not assltit In "X
tlngulshtng tho (Ire, but that In UN
belief, Itced and Schroedcr cither by.
Brrldont or Intention startid the flr
Colly testified that tbo defendant i'ft
tho lessel uhllo tho file v.-as In nm
ress and refused to obey the mate's or
Harbor Master Marx testified as tu
tho general circumstances during ti
.Tlrst omcer J. Smith told of hai .is
01 del oil tbo men to tin ii to mid lend a
hand that tho ship was oil Hie. He
Btnted that this order was repeated scl
eral times but that Heed and Schou
der nnstfeicd, "Wo nre not paid mer
time for working on Sunday " Wltn9J
considered that Herd unci Schioedrr
I were not ton drunk to bo of assistance
at 1110 nine, nut unit rural ami nut
, mn were pietty full.
i. THE EVENING BULLETIN
5 THE OLDEST HAWAIIAN DAILY I'AI'ER
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I l'A XM I II M ftffinvM Noble whiskey is distilled.
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! HBfeoo '! Iwlwm iyt is used- I
ImMi ti 111 "rfjmm exPensc is 5Pared 'n ,,s distil,lS,'on I
&&S7M J3 IfRr ' XmB That is why it has been the leader all over I
I Kfw fnlAiSSm the world for over sevenly ycars' B
,,8yf 6j I WmJ$n& It lx years in wood before bottling. M
ITjWV t$XfPk It Pe and honest. g
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feSa M.ftyVj' An ideal appetizer. l
W. C. PEACOCK & CO., LTD., Sole Agents
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