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FOR SALE EVERYWHERE!
La Insular of America
Trade Mark Registered and owned by DaVID LAWRENCE & COMPANY.
At Prices to Surprise Knowing Shoppers
A recent Importation of English Rugs secured by us at
economy prices, enables us tose'l all trie newest and most apprec
iated patterns and designs at figures less even than you have been
accustomed to pay (or Inferior qualities of older goods elsewhere
Dogclng Rugjif.. 18x30, $4.00
" 30x30 7.80
" 30x03 0.00
Wilton RufjH, 27x54 8.00
" 30x03 0.00
r Lcnmlngton Ruga.... 30x30. ...'.. 4.S0
' " ... .30x72....... I0.B0
AxmlnntcrRugs 30x73 0.00
" 27x00 4.00
Arlington RujJh ....30x30 4.00
" 37x54: 7.00
" 30x03 9.00
Moquct Rugn 30x72 S.00
Antique Rugs 3.S0
Velvet Rugs, different sizes.
Now is your opportunity to decorate your floors with
beautiful rugs at little prices. COME NOW, don't wail un II the
handsomest are sold to someone ele.
Linen Lap Robes
AT ECONOMY PRICES.
You need a Lap Robe in your carriage to
prevent thedust from soillngyour garments.
Ours are the kind that are in keeping with
stylish "turn-outs." : : : :
Plain, plaid and stripped patterns with
'fringed edges, 1.25 to $2.00 each.
English Figured Muslins
The soft finish kind. Colors are absolutely
fast bven the heathen Chinese could not
wash them out. They are 31 inches wide
and wore bought by us at hard up prices.
Yours at 15 cents per yard.
SACHS' DRY GOODS CO.
EX. SHIP 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. : : : : : "
14 Hotel Street, nenr Niitiimu.
WITH 1 ISTHMUS
Now York, Annual 13. A special to
the World from Philadelphia says:
N. 11. Kelly, secretary of the Trades
League, said today -that the league had
for somo time been ,n correspondence
with George Gould In tho matter of n
New Orleans steamer line to tnls city,
and acknowledged that It .was the
Gould syndicate that had -ecu for
months Jiuylng up nil available water
points on the Philadelphia and Cam
den sides 01 tho river and had also
secured l'ctty's Island.
In tho announcement made today It
Is said that -on. .has solved tno prob
lem of an Eastern outlet tor the Wa
bash 'and the road wll. enter Phila
delphia, Goulds plans, icuy nave,
are to have a steamship line running
between Central America and Galves
ton, to operate In harmony with tin
United Fruit Company. Tho Immcnsa
fruit business from Guatemala td tho
United States has grown too largo tor
tho fleet of tho United irtilt Compau),
and Gould, who has come Into con
trol 01 tne Huntington lines in Central
America and Mexico, has concluded to
establish a steamship lino between
some or the Eastern ports of tho Isih
?nus and iew Orleans, nnd also a lino
rom the western coast of tno Isthmus
to reach the Hawaiian Islands.
According to these plans. New Or
leans or somo near-by port will bo
made a great outlet or this new
steamship line, as well as the South
eastern terminus of the Texas Pacific
and tho Gouid California railroad.
is far mm
SOUTHERN GOLF STORM
New Orleans, Aug. IB. The storm
which lias been Bleeping the Gulf roast
from Pcnsacola and moving westward
during the past two days has prostrat
ed telegraph and telephone wires tn
such an extent that news from the out
lying Bcctlons Is hard to get. The
gravest fcara have been entertained
for the safety of the people living at
Port Kails, which Is at tne mouth of the
Mississippi river, and for the shirs
that started to sea just before tho
storm began. The wires to Port Eads
have been down slnco Tuesday night
at 8 o'clock,' but the Picayune reached
a man who left at 2 o'clock on Wed
nesday, He was at Durns, which Is
sixty miles down the river and
New York, Aug. 16. News has been
rcccled In this country Involving
Venezuela, Nlrnrngua and Kcuador In
the attempt of General Hafncl Urlbc-
Urlbc, tho Colombian rebel leader, to
overthrow the government of Colum
bia, says the Tribune. A )tarngo It
was known to the Colombian authori
ties that the rebels ucder Urlbe-Urlbc
wero receiving material assistance
from these republics nnd recent devel
opments nnd Information received by
Colombian secret sorvlce agents con
firm the belief thnt these countries
aro preparing open and simultaneous
attacks upon Colombia. It has fur
ther been learned that the plan of at
tack has practically been agreed upon.
Large numbers of Nlcarjgimns havi
already Joined the rebels In tho ile
pnrtment of Panama nnd It will ho
theso marauding bands the United
States will have to ileal with If It be
comes necessary Id Iind marines at
Colon or Panama to protect American
Interests on tin Isthmus.
Venezuela's rolnt of attack will nn
turally be from the IVmmblan-VoneX'
uclan border, wheic the recent battles
Are reported to have taken place be
tween Venezuelan regulars and an In
vading army, commanded, according to
Venezuelan authorities, by General
Gonzales Vnlcncta. It Is somewhat
doubtful, however, If Central Valencia
had anything to do with this movemeut
unless wnr lias already broken out be
tween Venezuela nnd Colombia.
If the present plans are carried out
the rendezvous of the hcudorian In
vaders will be In the southern part of
Department Canca, where tno Colom
bian rehcl generals arc now said to be
encamped with 4,000 troops.
AT THI! . J '
HAWAIIAN TOBAQCOCO., Ltd.,
Corner Merchant and Nuunnu Sta..
iiIho HOTEL ST., oppoalto Bethel.
Office 'Phone, 390.
Works 'Phone, 389
Save Your Wife Many steps
A House Telephone from
Yon will never
part with if.
Upstairs to Kitchen,
House to Servants' Quarters,
House to Stable, 'Etc.
We will install two 'phones complete under a guarantee at a price- -well"
you cannot afford to be Without them.
The Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.,
I IN (IE FIELD
l'lro was discovered In n field at the
Honolulu plantation at about midnight
Saturday night and about an aero of
cano was destroyed. As soon as pos
sible, tho men of tho plantation were
turned out In force ana the cano about
tho burning area was cut, thus conlln
Ing tho llames. The lire was seen a.
Pearl City by Acting liovcrnor Coopur,
the ! who at onco telephoned to the city.
farthest point with which there Is wire
communication at present.
This mnn describee the storm which
swcDt that section as ajegular tidal
wave, similar to the one which result
ed In such awful lass of lfe In 1S9.
ArrnngementB wero mado by tho O. It
& I.. Co. to Bond down a train with tho
fire department, but beforo starting
out tor the scene of tha flro It was
learned that 11 had been cxtlngulBhe I,
Manager i-ow of Oahu plantation In-
?rllnia tn lh Iftitn thnt lh Urn vnnu it
T7a mnfm nil t,n mahaIa Hi.Ih.. am .I. I. .. .. ..
.. ,. .... ,u. ,cU,mv ...., is un "'inccnuiary origin. 110 states mat or
east bank of the river hav. movi Into thcro liavo been a number of men
up to the "Jumir'whlcTi Vs fifteen mile shifted around I rom one kind of Held
from tha mouth of the river. Th. j work to another, und that ho is of the
house of a mnn named Cobden, half opinion a disgruntled laborer made up
mile above tho quarantine station, ln' n'ni' to revengo himself on tho
was swept away, and tho fifteen msm- company uy setting nre to the Held In
bers of the family, including nine, chil
dren, were drowned. The quarantine
buildings were badly dnmaged, but no
one was Injured,
SHAMROCK II. DANGEROUS
New York, Aug. 15. American
yachting experts had their first
chance to make a fujl li.spectlon of ttio
Shamrock II today, when ttio racer
uent Into the dry dock. As a result of
this Inspection many think that tha
America's 4 Is In dnliger this tint
(is never before. Tho tup challenger
lescmbleB the Columl)lajery much, so
inr as ner unucruouy nnu nn nre con
cerned. From her easy entrance for
ward to her closo run aft thero Is power
and speed In every lino. All tho curves
are true and easy, and there Is nothing
rrudo or coarse In any of them. Mr.
Wutson evidently tho took tho. cutter
which the fire was discovered.
IN KiTCHNER'S DEFENSE
New York, Aug. 1C Concerning tho
effect of the discussion lu tho House of
Commons of the latest South Afri
can situation, the London representa
tive of tho Tribune cables:
Mr. Chamberlain carried tho House
or Commons with him in his defense of
!ord Kitchener's banishment procla
mation, it seems clear that the llrit
Ibb (iovernment, Is determined that
September 10th shall mark tho beclu
nlng of the resumption of something
like civil authority lu Smith Africa.
Sir William Vernon Hnrcourt endeav
vored to contend that tho terms of tha
proclamation Involved tho destruction
of the belligerent rights of tho Doers In
the 'field but Mr. Chamberlain pointed
nut thnt those rights will bo withdrawn
General Merchandise. Dry' Goods, Groceries.
Japanese Provisions, etc
MAQOON BLOCK, MERCHANT tTREET.
3,0- DBcsc 886 alalia, am
WAR ON M08QUITOE
New Yoik. Aug. 10. Tho Uoard of
Health of Montclalr N. J., has given
tho authorities power to purchaso oil
to begin the work of exterminating
mosquitoes. Tho stagnnnt pools nnd
swamp land will bo attacked first. The
plan adopted by Prof. llovird In South
GOO KIM, U16 Nuuanu St.
New Line ot European Goods.
Gentlemen', Lndlcn' and Chlldrcn'H Hutu. ,
Chlnene Grnss Linen, ull colon.
Dretis Goods, Pongee Sllkx.
n.l.. t l. ............. ,1 t 1..
Ilrlttanla, his best all-round boat, nsl""' ","'" ,"r""1"1 ' "''"" "'
tho basis of 1.1s model. In Improving KC,,era,c t0 mere '''"nJcr nml "'
on tho Ilrlttanla. Mr. Watson evident
ly had (ho Columbia In his eye, for the
midsection of tho Shamrock II is prac
tically that of (he conqueror of tha
Shamrock 1. This fait was pointed out
by oxperts as showing how yacht de
signers on olthcr Bide of the Atlantic
have been converging along tho same
lines to such an extent thai practically
thev hlivo (-mnn tnznlhor. nml thorn U
nn mnrkori iiifferpni-ii in tviinn cnpi. ' Orange, of pouring the oil on the sur
existed In tho day of tlu '"Puritan- J ,aco of tho wa:r will 00 ndopted. This
Keiicstn contest '" ,he nrBt "nl ,n thisj section that
municipal action lias lio'.n taken 011 the
n'usqulto problem, experiments here
tofore having been carried on by pri
vate subscription, or by Stuto officials.
Nr-w York. Aug. 15. A special to tho
Sun from Washington says; Th"
Attorney General ha rendered an
opinion holding that tli6 'GovernuTEnt
iWAILUKU GRAND LUAUS
"If you don't iut uhiikcj to get the be:t of ycu, you muit get
the best of Khiskcv."
' 1 do lady, but when a fellow's only cot a nickel he can't buy
W. C. Peacock & Co., Ltd.,
Hawaiian Engineering and Construction Go.
ROOMS 508, 509, 510 STANGENWALD BUILDING.
P. O. BOX 854. TEL. MAIN 70
All classes of Engtncorlng Work solicited; Rxamlnntlons, Surveys and Re
ports made for any class ot Waterworks, Steam and Klectrlc Construction;
Plans and Specifications and Estimates Prepared, und Construction Superin
tended, In all branches of Engineering Work; Contracts solicited for Rail
roads, Electric and Steam; Tunnels, Bridges, Buildings, Highways, Founda
tions, Piers, Wharves, etc.
Socclal attention given to Examinations, Valuations, nod Roports of
Properties for Investment purposes.
FREDEMCK J. AltWEO, M. AM. Boc. 0. a,
Engineer and Manager.
W. R. CASTI.E JR.. Secretary and Treasurer.
Metropolitan Meat Co.,
Fresh Meats and Pish
by Every Steamer
From the Coast that has Cold Storage.
Choice Beef, Veal, Mutton,
Lamb and Pork always
I Walluku. Aug. 21. The birthday
! Junu given by J. P. Sylva at his homo
I last Saturday afternoon and cenlng,
I was verv larcelv attended. Several
hundred people of both sexes bid nnd
young, wero present to do honor tn the
Also Poultry, 6ulmon nnd Halibut.
FOR 8ALB AT
The Metropolitan Market, KinR St., Tel. 45.
The Booth, Fishmarket, Telephone 379.
Central Market, Nuuanu St.. Telephone 104.
MBRCHAN r TAILOR,
A lirEe variety of clotl) made up In tha
p. o. Box ! TBI. il
v7"iirc3r ro ohakt
THE OLDEST CHi. 'SSE FIRM IN HONOLULU.
DatUrila Flo SUki abI Grin Llnoi. Cbtnti ind Japtott Goodi o( All Klosi
The Bulletin, 75cts. per month
occasion and nono went nway illssatU Is bound to recover mail matter which I
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fled. There was plenty to eat and
drink. Dancing was kept up until mid.
night. This afternoon Mr. and Mrs.
T, II. Lyons will give a. lunu at their
beautiful Walluku residence on Main
street. Tho luau Is In commemoratliu
of the third nnnlversary of the bl'ih
nf their youngest son. A larg num
ber of the peoplo of Walluku har brei
asked and of courso, ri largo allur
ing will bo there In pursuance of the
Exposure to Wet, dampness and rnld
Invariably results In n sudden chill
which If not attended to Immediately
will cnuso a cold, Uy mixing n tea
spoonful of Perry Davis' PAIN-KIM,-Elt
In half a glass of warm water nr
milk, the wholo system will be heated
and the danger of cold avoided. Avoid
siiiismiiicH, tnero is but one P.iln-Klll.
I er, Perry Davis". Price 25c. and BOc.
Is lost by negligence or dishonesty 011
the part of employes nnd ts1oro the
tame to Its owner, and that when
ilerltor carrier steals a registered let
ter containing money !in Is responsnile
'or tho amount stolen.
Delightful Pol Luncheon.
Mr and Mm. JolnT Ena gave a de
lightful pol luncheon at their home In
Walklkl yesterday, In honor of Mrs,
l.aheo and the Mlssrs Clawson who
were fellow passengers with them from
San Francisco In tho last Sierra. A
quintet club of natlvo singers w.-m
present und excellent music was fur
nlelieil throughout tho afternoon. There
ucro In all home thirty peoplo at tha
luncheon. Tlio ladles In whose honor It
was glcn will leavo for the Coast In
the steamer of tomorrow.
We are making a specialty of selling the verv
best KONA COFFEE, and will assure you of
the best satisfaction If bought at : : : : :
C. J. DAY & CO.
t3r Groceries delivered fe to all parts of the Jtv.
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