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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, August 22, 1901, Page 3, Image 3',
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EVENtNd BULLETIN, HONOLULU. H. T., THURflDAY AUGUST 22. 1901.
FOR SALE EVERYWHERE!
La Insular of America
Trade Mark Registered andv owned by DAVID LAWRENCE & COMPANY.
Eo Do Qood
Tne designs are almost Indescribable, so much so that we
shall not attempt to picture them, further than to say that
they are admirable examples of fine, frte drawing of inter
Hem Stitched Irish Linen
Stamped Dollies, Stamped Trny Covers,
Stamped Side Hoard Scarfs, Stamped
Table CcntcrM', Stamped Lunch Cloth.
Hem Stitched Drawn Work
IrlSh Linen The Same.
We Sell Art Wash Silks Too.
Stamped Goods are not much use without silk to work
with. We sell Coolson & Curriers' Art Wash Silks. All the
fresh, clear and delicate shades that you associate with the
most refined and elegant fancy work.
WE OFFER GOODS WANTED
AT PRICES CHEERFULLY PAID
Stamped Pillow Tops, beautiful deslcns on
Satlnette, Denims, P. K. and Liner , 50c to $1.50
Down Pillows In All Sizes. I I I I I
Stamped Laundry Hags, of Mummy Cloth,
easily washed when soiled. Verv useful. C5c ench
Fancy Cords In All Colors. I t t I I
Sachs' Dry Goods Co.
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EX. 6HIP HENRY VILLARD
ROCHE HARBOR LIME
FOR THE WHOLESALE TRADE.
Also Big Shipment of CAL. RED BRICK.
THEO. H. DAVIES & CO., Ltd.
A beautiful and dainty assortment.
We would like to have you call and
Inspect this stock. : : i : :
I VMlutcl Street, near Nuiinnu.
S. SHIM AMOTO " .
General Merchandise. Dry Goods, Groceries.
. Japanese Provisions, etc.
OPINION OF RICE TILLER
ON THE CONFLAGRATIONS
Says He Knows that Capitol Building
is Slated to Go Up
In Smoke Very
In the rice fields Kwu of the O. II. &
L. Co.'s depot llieic was laboring ics-
terilay a Chinese, who cither knew all
about (lie tires, past ami to come, In
ELABORATE PLANS FOR
A GRAND CELEBRATION
Street Parade Athletic Sports at
Park and Bill at Drillshed
at Night on
Arrangements for the obtorvntue of
Labor Day, Monday, September 2, aie
progressing splendidly. A meeting at
Mechanics' hall wax held lnt nlcht to
farther perfect the details for the big Honolulu, or he was so Imbued with
program. The reports from the vurl-'the three-fire superstition that be
ous committees showed that actlva talked oracularly upon the subject,
work has been going on all along the He was approached by a newspaior
line and a celebration will be pulled off man as lie was hitching up his wn!r
which will be a revelation of cnthti- buffalo to an acqnatlc harrow. Tho
elasm. Tho three great features of the buffalo blinked and browsed on t lie J
day are the street parade the uthlttlc stray shoots of rice, which emerged'
games at Kaplolanl park and the ball from the water nnd mud. The Clilnn
In tho evening ut the drill Bhc-il. Spc- man hooked up the rotics and looked
clal detachments of pollco will be on out of one oblique eye tt the nrrs
hand as these different "events tuke paper man recl'nlng on the narrow
place. The Hawaiian band will he a strip of cod between the two water
conspicuous figure In the street parad? ' eoaked fields.
and will furnish music at the park' "Why you como here?" "Who you
games In tho afternoon. There will be thllnk made flit burn ctlock yard?"
a number of fancy and unique floats In "Where you thllnk thlcc fire wilt
the procession. 'The committee has hlun?"
limited the height of nil chariot to i "O, I don't know," said the ncwi
(ourteen feet. Matthew HelTcnran will paper man," "bad man make two fires.
be grand marshal. Two compnii cs of bad man make third flro somewhere.
United States soldiers from Ca p Mc-1 Where you think third file will be?"
Klnley have offered to march with the' Honking his whip In the green scum
trades organizations, lined pool, the Chlnamiin talked low
The parade 'will form on the di Mil and said: "Mc know stlock yards
shed grounds and move over the fol- burn; me know capital burn next:
lowing route: From drill shed to where you come from, why you here?"
Richards street, thenco to llerctanla, I And the driver of 'he wnter buffalo
thenco to Kaplolanl street, thence to shook his whin stock menacingly lit
King, to Capitol where It will ilUhanrt. , the newspaper man.
Contributions for the expenses of the! "O, I como tv Chinaman make rice
day have been liberally made. The field. I cnir.e from transport up King
amount has reached $1735. Of thls'sum , street; see water buffalo; think him
500 will bo set nslde tfMirmlde a first ,cry funny horse"
class athletic program nt the park. "Alcl lite," said the Oriental. sub
There will probably be a baseball siding Into an attitude of gianger like
match between the Start, nnd the Ho- Innocence, "nin know where tilled lire
noltilu Athletic Club. I will be. Thlcc lire will be In Capitol
Tho list of athletic events as submit-.building, soon. Haolc know nothing
ted by the committee Is as follows: me know all." .
1. 1.0-snril fat men h race (over 2001 Sure you be no plcccemnn? said
pounds). First prize, ?."; second, $2.30. he tiller of rice, as bo whacked tho
2. 120-yard dash (boys under IS buiTnlo acioss the side nnd adjusted his
years). First prize, )5; second, I2..10. I mud harrow.
3. 75-yard dash (gins under 15 1 "Oh. Bure," said the pencil shnver,
fears). Flist prize, $3; second, $2.50. "l am nelthei Chllllngworth nor Sber-
4. One-mile bicycle race (profts- lock Holmes; plough your wet fur
slonal riding). First prize, $3; second, rows In security nnd hatch your fire
$2.50. I schemes. If the Cnpltol burns tonight,
5. One mile bicycle race (fat men, 'your name Is Dennis; If It don't yo'i
over 200 pounds), First prize, $3; gee- ore a superstitious nss."
vnd, $2.50. I The wnter buffalo, the aquatic bnr-
6. One-half mile bicycle race (bojs row and the Oriental wiseacre of In-
under 15 years). First prize, $3; sec- cendlnrlsm departed for the far side
HAWAIIAN TOBACCO CO., Ltd.,
Corner Mercliunt nnd Nuimnu St.,
iiImo HOT12I- .ST., opposite Bethel.
Office 'Phone, 390.
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 unJer n g'i.irantee at a price- -well"
you cannot nitoru to be without them.
The Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.,
Hawaiian Engineering and Construction Co.
ROOMS 503, 509, 510 STANGENWALD BUILDING.
P.O. BOX 834.
TKL. MAIN 70
All classes of Engineering Work solicited; Examinations, Surveys and Re
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tended, In all branches of Engineering Work; Contracts solicited for Rail
roads, Electric nnd Steam; Tunnels, Bridge, UuOdlngs. Illghrtnys, Founda
tions, Piers, Wharves, etc.
Special uttentton given to Examinations. Valuations, find Report of
Properties for Investment purposes.
FREDERICK J. A1IWEO. M. AM. Soc C. B.,
Engineer and Manager.
W. R. CASTLE JR.. Secretary nnd Treasurer.
Metropolitan Meat Co.,
Fresh Meats and Fsh
by Every Steamer
7. High hurdle. First prize, $j; sec
8. Low hurdle (fat men, over 200
pounds). First prize, $5.00; second,
0. Sack race. First prize, $5; second.
10. Needle race (married women).
First prize, $5; second, $2.50.
11. Nail race (girls under IS). Firs
prize, $5; second, $2.50.
12. Putting shot. First prize. $5;
13. Throwing hammer, fliBt prize,
$.'; second, $2.50. ,
1 (.Running hlch lnm " st prize,
$5; second, $2.50.
15. Ilronil Jump; llrnt prize. $3; sec
1G. Greased pole; prize $10.
17. Tug-of-wnr, prize, $20.
18. Potato race; first prize, $'; sec
19. Uascbnll. Prize. $50 trophy.
of the rice field.
SPECIAL MEETING H. A. C.
The trustees of tho Honolulu Athle
tic Club held n spec-Ill meeting last
evening to consider a l.nbor Day base
ball game. Tho committee on sports
for that day has set aside $50 for the
winning team In a ball game that day.
The II. A. C 'a will cross bats with nny
team but their by-laws prohibit plaj
Ins for coin. They may play for tro
phies. It was decided to make a defi
nite proposition to tho Stars op this
basis. Other matters discussed at tho
meeting were, tho Piogiess hall danto
on the eienlng of August 31, nnd the
football prospect for tho coming sea
son. This club figures on putting a
stiff football team In tho field.
Delay In the Tieatmcnt of bronchltln.
which generally begins with a chill, ha
icverisn attacks nnd a feeling of cv
20. Three-legged rrcc: fiist nrlze.
$5; second, $2,50. I hnustlon. ierelnps Into very serious
There will bo nnotber meeting Sal-'complication. PAIN-KILLER taken In
unlay night at Mechanics' ball to fur- !.1 ,1Wl",l"S m nH r"',,blnK ,ho .ehl'f .
ther complete details In the arrange lhX .&'
rants. Perry Davis. Privo 25c. and 50c.
From the Coast that has CoM Storage.
Choice Beef, Veal. Mutton,
Lamb and Pork always
Also Poultry, Salmon find Halibut.
FOR SALB AT
The Metropolitan Market, King St., Tel. 45.
The Booth, Ffshmarket, Telephone 379.
Central Market. Nuuanti St.. Telephone 104.
We are making a specialty of wiling the very
best KONA COFFEE, anj will assure ycu of
tlw beit satNfactfon If boiight at : : : : :
C J. DAY & CO.
tfir Grmerlw delivered free to all parts of the city.
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Leave experimenting to others. . Buy goods
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For seventy years we have been trying to pro
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It holds the good trade.
It costs no more than other good whiskey
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