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EVENING DUIXCTIN, HONOLULU. II. T SATURDAY. AUGUST 17, 1901
FOR SALE EVERYWHERE!
La Insular of America
Trade Mark Registered and owned by DAVID LAWRENCE & COMPANY.
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PROBLEMS FOR THE
DCb I pAHiruluAKu
If it comes from Sachs', if 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 giving variety
enough to meet practically all wishes, and quoting prices so
paltry as to be startling when compared with regular
Prices For This Week Only.
Lndlcn Sailor lln t Stylh shapes In brown, navy blue
and black. SolJ everywhere atoc each. At Sachs' 35 ccntH.
LiuIIch' Snllor HntH Rough anJ ready straws, with pearl
braids, black and white, elsewhere sold at 75 cents each At
Sachs' ..50 ccntH.
Ladles' 8nlloillnttt Rough and ready, trlmnrd, black and
white. Elsewhere Ji.oo each. At Sachs' only... 50 centH.
Ladles' Snllur MntH-Extra fine, split straw In black Sold
by others at 52.00. At Sachs' 81.00.
Ladles' Sailor Huts Extra fine, split straw In white. The
other fellow's price tt co. Sachs' price $1.35.
Another Snllor Hat Extra fine, split straw, stylish stupe.
Elsewhere sold at $1.50. At Sachs' $1.00.
English Sailor Hats Mixed straw, extra quality. Else
where sold it Ji 75. Sachs' 00 cents.
English Walking Hats-Extra tine .Milan braids. White,
black and.brown. Elsewhere 52.00. At Sachs' 81.00.
The Porto Rlcnn Hat Is all the rage. It has a stylish
Porto Rlcan Pugaree. We sell It at 81.00.
The Harvard Hat Is one of the latest too. It Is tilmmed.
bold at Sachs' for 75 cents. You can get It elsewhere for 51.25.
Sachs' Dry Goods Co.
EX. SHIP HENRY VILLARO
ROCHE HARBOR LIME
FOR THE WHOLESALE TRADE.
Also Big Shipment of CAL. RED BRICK.
THEO. H. DAVIES & CO.', Ltd.
A NEW LINE OF
Golf Shirts, Pajamas,
Dollies, Jewelry Etc.
S. 6. SIERRA.
call and pe convinced
READY MADE SUITS
ARE NOW S1I0WN.AT
14 HOTFL ST.. NCAH NUUAMJ
General Merchandise! Dry Goods, Groceries.
All communications to this column to be addressed to Chess K.lltor. K en
Ins Bulletin, P. O. Ilox "18, Honolulu. Conuibutlons and solutions of prob
lems should reach the editor before Thursday noon of each week.
On In? to press of foreign news the games prepared by the chess editor
HAWAIIAN TOBACCO CO., Ltd.,
Corner Merchant und Ntuiiinu St.,
nlHO HOTI2L. ST.. oppoHlto Mothot.
PROBLI.M NO. 23.
DR. J. II. GRAHAM. PHIXJOTT, ONT.
IWW "Pi J
W W W M
WHIT!- .UATfcS IN TWO MOVES.
DOWAGER EMPRESS DEAD
STEAMERS MAKE FAST RUNS
FROM THE COAST TO PORT
Mariposa With Green Crew in Fire
room Did Well Brought
Mail From San
Both the Amefl& Maru unci Murlpo.
sa which urrlved hcie jesterday nftei
noon from San Kranclco made cood
-t.v- iiki luiiKii uv-111 i.no luiivil ami
runs to port. The America il.im left ; the Hags half-masted. Visitors to the
Cronbcrg, Aug S. Dowager Kmprcss
Frederick dleil at 0 IS p. m The end
w.ik somewhat sudden, for nt o'clock,
her phjslelans reported no change In
her condition. It Ik s.ild the cause of
death was diopb). nccompanjIiiK can
cer. The remarkable Wtallty of the
Dowuger Lmprcsa astonished her phy.
slclans. She retained consciousness tu
Kmptiot William and Her Mnjcsty'i
othei children and the Cmprcss Au.
gusta Victoria were In the sick room
most of the day They were all around
the bedside when the Dowager Um
picas passed away iiutetly. Professors
Hciixers and Splelhagen were also in
her room. Closely following the nil
nounccment of the death fiom the
castle the church bells v.ero tolled ami
ncr wnarr at s.in rranc sco nt t n
m. en the 10th Inst., and the .Mariposa
sailed one hour later. The America
Maru was alongside the wharf here nt
4 o'clock and the llarlposa at 7:S0.
From wharf to wharf the Japanese
boat beat the Oceanic steamer about
two hours and a half.
The America Mam was compelled tn
castle began Inscribing their names
in n book plated for the purpose In the
Labor l)ny Money.
The men In iharge of the collection
of funds for the celebration of ljilior
'Day ale meeting with eiy good sue-
dlscharge and load In San Piuiulscn I cess. Following are the collections of
wltii her own mow and during the ten Ijcstertluy and those picWously ac
dajs she was In port her men did some Unowlcdged.
crj hard work. Sho got away on time JHIshoji i Co
howoer and as most of her crew are'M- l'hllllps V Co. ..
Asiatics they were not disturbed by l'acltlc Hurdunie Co.
tlie strike. With the .Marlpo.a It was ' Hoiiwin, Smith U Co
diffcicnt. Ab boon as she reached San Catton. Nelll & Co.
Tranclsco. her entire crew, lliemcn,
coal passeis and sailor were called
out by their unions, (ircm hands had
.. f.u c
. 25 OQ
. . 2.1 00
Lewirs U Cojke CO 00
Von llnmiu, Young Co 2." 00
Seattle llrewing . Malting Co. GO 00
, Previously aiknowlcdged
Total llftO 00
to be employed to do the work of ills
rtin nrltitv .Kill In.ilt,.., 11.. I ..l.nn ,l...n
.,n,.ft ,, ii'iiit, ,i, ,111(1 n inn iiijic 1
for sailing tame there we u giein ciow J
111 Doth Hit room and bunl.cm. Coa- .
Klllerlng tills fact tllO bo It llld .CVS llhnnmntlum lma T.,.n.i P,1 l
well to como down In six .av mie l.oui miiltltiiile nt canes dmlm? tin, mm ui
and flfty-thiee mlnutis .13 she did. iJcaiR by I'AIN-KU.I.RK. This potent
Tho new ciow made up f ir theli lut.t remedy
lllli!ip,l 1 i.ninnali' l,i n,u
around the suffering parts, will tellevc
all stillness, leducu the swelling, and
kill all pain. The most stubliorn'cnscx
yield to this treatment when persevere I
In. A Mild substitutes, theie Is hut one
rnlu-Klller, Terry Davis". 2."c aut GOc.
.Japanese Provisions, etc.
MAGOON BLOCK, MERCIlAiT .TREET.
F.Q.JBosgSSG 3Ca,lra. SIB
GOO KIM, 1116 Nuusnu St.
New Line at tluropetin GuuiIh.
Gcntlcincn'M, LodlcH' nml Chllilren'H Hntx.
ChlncKc GriihH Linen, nil colors.
Drcttti GoocIh, Potifjee Hllks.
IMBRCtlAN T TAILOR, A Urge variety of cloths maJeuplnth.
of knowledge, by tnclr will'ugness to
work, and Captain Hcuuic ..;i 1 Ins o,11
ters, especially the chief engliiecr, i
proud of tli enew men auJ 111 hli.tw
Ing they made.
Uelng an Amcilian ehril the big
mail for this port was snt by the I Nicely furnished rooms. I'onular
Mailpo'ii and when It bseanio l.t.iwn HniiEe. I21J Fort St.. II 60 per week up.
ui.u iuu .uieiicn .Maru urougnt U'j
mall there ii c onsld -wbl klcT:'ii;
and glow ling among ihtwj upei tiiiK
letteis. The people had Just L. mm 1
get real warm ubnut Ilia Atupldit if
the post olllce nuthorltles In Km Fran- '
(ltd) sending the mull b) .hit .Marl-1
po::u, whli li was not In." mull tatliM
when the thicu whls'i s 1111,10 id m-'
lici an hnl were blown, tie at ii ir
about ten horns jilmiil of time
The Ameilca Mo. 11 fit 11 viy hr.f
gfiiri.il cargo unci liimiy iia uyn
through for the OrlciT' For this noil'
ho biought tlute iuss uer. She.
sailed at II o'clock this morning fo,
tho Orient. Tho Mailposi ui might :i
huge number of neonlc fo: Jlnnnlulu.
ainoi.g them being suti-rnl liMlduits cf
tho Islands, returning fi.-.n 1- ts 10
tho States, She will s.nl for .Sin Fiai
!n on Tucj'iy neit at 5 p in.
Office 'Phone, $ya
Works 'Phone, 389
SaVe YOUr 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 unJer 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 503, 509, 510 STANGENWALD BUILDING.
P. O. BOX 834. TEL. MAIN 70
All classes of Engineering Work solicited: examinations. Surveys and It.
ports made for any cl i.s of Waterworks. Steam raid Electric Construction
Plans and Specifications and Estimates Prepared, and Construction Superin
tended, In all branches of Engineering Work: Contracts solicited for Ilail
roads. Hlec'rlc and Steam: Tunnels, nrldgcs, Uulldlngs, Highways, Founda
tions, Piers. Whnrvcs, etc.
Special attention given to Examinations, Valuations, nd Report ot
Properties for Investment purposes.
FREDERICK J. AMWEO, M. AM. Soc C. a,
, , . Engineer aud Manager.
W. R. CASTLE JR.. Secretary and Treasurer.
Metropolitan Meat Co.,
Fresh Meats and Pish
by Every Steamer
From the Coast that has CoM Storage.
Choice Beef, Veal. Mutton,
Lamb and Pork always
Also Poultry, Salmon and Hnllbut.
FOR SALE AT
The Metropolitan Market, King St., Tel. 45.
1 lie Booth, Fishmarlet, Telephone 379.
Central Market. Nuuanu St., Telephone 104.
We are malting .1 specialty of scllliic; the verv
best KONA COFFEE, and will assure you of
' tin belt satisfaction If bought .it : : : : :
C. J. DAV & CO.
lrir Groceries delivered free to all parts of the city.
THE E V
E N I N G
1 111: ULUi.ai HAWAIIAN DAILY PAPER
A KlONDkE FOk ADVUtlSlPJ ,j , J j j j jf a
P o. Box m. Ul
the oldest Ch.. vse firm in Honolulu.
D.ilri In Flu Silks ini Grin Llntni, Chlntu nil Jtptniu C001I1 of All Klnil
. f to-fit Nuuinu itrMt.
The Bulletin, 75cts. per month
San rranrltco, Aug. 10. The gold
hais, amounting to $2SO,000 stolen fiom
the strong room of tho Selby Smelting
WoiKs, during .Monday night last. Iiiup
lieen located and over $70,00u woith of
tho pi edema metal has been rccou'reil
nnd the balance w 111 'c taken fiom Us
1 Idlng placo ullhln a few houis. 1'he
detectives noikcil on the suspect Juik
Winters all jesterd.iy nftcrnoon and
the greater pait of last night with iho
lesult that ho confessed his crlmt uinl
at an tarl hour this moiiilug tool, tlu
detectlies to the spot whcio ho hid tho
gold. The spot chosen hy him was 11
poor one for the becretlng of so much
treasuie, It being at the end of thu
lallroail uharf. hut n ithtiri ,lltnt(o
WIM mm RcapinS thc grain I
VX''4MM I WiVly JS&yM 'rom w'1'ch t,,c wor,cl i'nov''n,;l Cyrus K
!w XW VlnV M'iijvm Noble whbKey is disllled- , H
ivVl' 'llwfesJjH Nothing but"(hc finest grade of corn or I
firlrA Wfl'riJiB exPense "s spafcJ 'n ''s distillation.
$ i?illlrir XB a '$ w " ',a 'Jcen ', 'cat,cr a" over I
X'uMi'SB A great .aid to .digestion. B
(from the companj'a plant.
W. C. PEACOCK & CO., LTD.. Sole Aent
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