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EVENtNO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, H. T., TUESDAY. AUGUST 27. 190L
FOB SALE EVERYWHERE !
La Insular of America
Trade Mark Registered and owned by DAVID LAWRENCE & COMPANY.
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Arlington Rugs .
At Prices to Surprise Knowing Shoppers
A recent Importation of English Rugs secured by us at
economy prices, enables us tose'l all t! e 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
DnfidnjJ, RujJh 18x30 $4.00
" .10x30 7.80
Wilton RujJh, 27x84 8.00
' . ' " 30x03 0.00
.30x72 10.80 ,
Moquct Rug 30x72 8.00
Antique RugH 2.80
Velvet Rugtt, different hIzch.
Now Is your opportunity to decorate your tloors with
beautiful rugs at little prices. COME NOW, don't wail umllhe
handsomest are sold to someone eUe.
Linen Lap Robes
AT ECONOMY PRICES.
You need a Lap Robe In your carriage to
prevent thedust from soiling your garments.
Ours ore 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. 6HIP HENRY VILLARO
ROCHE HARBOR LIME
FOR THE WHOLESALE TRADE.
Also Big Shipment of CAL. RED BRICK.
THEO. H. DA VIES & CO., Ltd.
A beautiful and dainty assortment.
We would like to have you call and
inspect this stock. : : : : :
t U SBKOMOTO,
14 Hotel Street, neap Nuunnu.
General Merchandise, Di-y Goods, Groceries
.Japanese Provisions, etc.
MAGOON BLOCK, MERCHANT tWEET.
3P,Q. Boss 886 JCalya. aw
GOO KIM, 1116 Nuuanu St.
New Line of European Good.
Gentlemen'H, Ladlctt' and Clilldren'H Hats.
Chlnctio Grant Linen, all colors.
DrcHs Goodo, Pongee Sllktt.
MBRCHAN r TAILOR, A large variety of 'cloths nude up In the-
OAHU CARRIAGE FACTORY
LOCATED ON RIVER ST.
Six Months From Organization it Ex
hibits a Veritable Beehive of
Industry in Building
The Oahu Carriage Manufacturing
Company on Ilhcr stroet is as good un
example of what hustling will do in
tho nay of building up n business as
can be found in this city. The estab
lishment was started only In last
March and now their quarters on Riv
er street arc a scene of bustle and acti
vity six days in tbe week from morn
ing to night.
The Arm makes carriages, surreys.
wagons, uras, Delivery wagons or
rickshaws any kind of vehicle from a
wheel barrow to a chariot to order.
They also do all klud of repairing In
their line which Includes fine black
smithing. The firm jmploys over
twenty men and these nro more than
busy all the time.
A sample of the enthusiasm which
permeates tho establishment irom top
to bottom Is exemplified In young
Henry Loo King the acting business
manager of tho place. He hau r.n able)
assistant In David Heat, who superin
tends the factory work lb all depart
ments. Loo Kong is a Hawaiian-Chinese
and was educated at the Kamehn
meha school for Doys. Ho Is a young
fellow of remarkable business Insight
and It was through his Intativc and
persistent effort that the incorporation
was launched upon Its prosperous
Tbe concern Is supplying first class
home made chicles to customers In
every part of the Islands and the
amount of repair work theynre called
on to do, will necessitate an Imme
diate increase or facilities and force.
The factory on Hlvcr street occupies
a lot 109x120 feet and the entire area
will soon be covered with a beehive of
Industry. In addition to forge work,
blacksmith shop, carpenter shop, var
nish and paint departments, there will
soon be added a horseshoeing depart
ment. Tho snap and enterprise about
the place Is tho mainspring that turns
the wheels of success. The company is
prepared to branch out and take care
of four tlrrtes tho present patronage.
There is ample capital to he had at
call. Urge invoices of raw material
arrive by each boat and n big itivoico
of goods from the Cast will go Into
their warehouses by an early steamer.
A department presided oer by a
thoroughly competent mn Is the rub
ber tire branch of tho business. The
facilities are such that the Oahu Car
riage and Manufacturing Company can
boast of running a short order rubber
tiro house. Your carriage will be re
tired while you wait.
Any one Interested in the success of
a Honolulu concern run by Honolulu
peoplo should not fall to call on the
boys on Hlvcr street.
stances, though they are not really
classed among the rich. The first is
J, A. llngoon, and Managers I.onrey
o. Sprcckel8llle, and Wells of Wal
luku. And 1 sincerely nope that theie
c many others that I know nothing
I about. I also know that 1'. C. Jones ,
! ntlrl tndnV fltlifira nt Mm rlM, mni linvo I
ihoivn themselves tu be most liberal In
their donations to other causes, lint
outside of their own family and friends
they do not appear to me. to have mttcil
sympathy for their fellow men, who nro
often struggling against adverse clr
ruuiBraiHes, nnd hopeless conditions.
Or nt least, not so much so as In other
countries, and particularly In America.
tor there It s stated that If a man has
shown himself to be hard working and
Industrious, and Is known to ii sober,
honest nnd ambitious mid Is known to
hae saved ever so little money, (TTete
nre nlnnvs found men who are willing
to lend him a helping band, In tbe
way of n loan, which Is far beyclid the
worth of his property, wfillo here, ho
ceuld not raise a quarter of what It Is
worth. In this, however, 1 may be in
error nnd If so none would be more
pleased to be refuted. iow, I hope If
you find nothing objectionable In this
letter that you will I iililish It, as I have
great hopes that It will do some good.
I remain, yours tiuly,
Hllo, Hawaii, Aug. 21.
WORKMAN EXPLAINS HIMSELF.
Edtor Evening Bulletin:! am much
f-urprUed at jour remarks In regard to
tho communication that I scut to jou
FROLICM OP THE A. D. C
HAWAIIAN TOBACCO CO., Ltd.,
Corner Merchant nnd Nuunnu StM.,
nlMO MOTEL. ST.. oppoMlto Botliol.
Office 'Phone, 390.
Works 'Phone, 389
Save YOllf Wife Many Steps by Installing
A House Telephone from
Yob will ncvei;
part with it.
Upstairs to Kitchen,
House Jo .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.,
This exquisite uuisiiy book from the
press of Laird & l.ce. Is the joint ef
fort of Knnnle B. Ostrander, tho chil
dren's favorite poet, and It. W. Illrch
crt, the talented Illustrator, tho author
and designer of Ilaby (loose: Ills Ad
ventuics. the great success of last
) car's Christmas season, whose popu
larity has been growing ever since. Tho
Frolics of the A II C Is, of course, nn
alphabet book, but In scope, contents
and make-up It Is radically different
from the hatkeneyed works ' of tho
kind. Every letter is represented
here as n tiny Sprite, whose adventures
are told In clever, witty and easily-remembered
Jingles. The special merit
of the book Is its simplicity and its
purity of diction which renders It so
quickly understood, and at tho Bame
time fills the child's mind with just
that class of words which ought to be
known first. It Is a rare treat to meet
with n baby book that is not silly, but.
on the contrary, so attractive and sure
to please mothers and children ullkc
The letter sprites created by the au
thor will soon be as popular as the old
time fairies and brownies. The slza
Is royal quarto and each page Is a llttlo
gem of coloring. There nre ten colors
used through the book. Illndlng, paper
and (over designs are just lovely, and
the little tots have truly an exception
al trent In store for them, (Hoards,
cloth back. Illustrated In colors, fancy
wrappers, 75 cents.)
' m r a. w . v.
sHH I V. T"i
NATIVE SONS MEET.
A meeting of the local society of the
Native Sons of the Golden West was
held last opening for tho purpose of
determining the nature of the celebra
tion for admission day. It was de
cided to give a big dance and social
entertainment In Progress hall, invi
tations are to be sent to every son
nnd daughter of the Golden State resid
ing in the city.
Tho matter of permanent organiza
tion was taken up for consideration but
nothing definite was done although
there was a great deal of dlscuSsloir.
Tho matter will bo allowed to rest un
til the locations of all the sons and
.I-. .!... ... r,1t. 1. ii. ... ..
some time ago and must say that'""" "'" ul -""' ""'B ' me
either you did not quite understand I T"r"ory' are -l"--
wu ikii uui.iis WI.IU UUUl'tl IU Mill
regular committee on social enter
tainment nnd this body will have
tho object of that letter, or I did not
make my meaning ery clear. How
ever, If you thought, or even If you !",?,,, , ., . .
trought others might think that I wai ib"Z? f -r, " ' ,0r "," ."J?"' '
actuated by spite. 1 am glad ou dirt f,T i 1 T "'I? ' 'IV
pot publish it for I had hoped that I ?"ba J" " t'0 meeting nnd then
...i,v. ii,of"... . .1.1.,. 1.. r.... Ia 8tl" Kreat deal more to come. Th.i
t t-.r.. ...ii," "7..... v..-"... '...' tickets for tho entertainment will bo
I had far different objects In view.
In tho first place as character hai
been to much In evidence of late, It
was my object to show that good char
acter Is not thought much of In Hono
lulu, or on these Islands, not nearly so
much as it Is In other countries. And
tow out bad I may have made I. C,
at the ofllco of I.,
C. Abies, on lowci
TO U8E AUTOMOBILE -PLACE.
esterday afternoon, negotiations
were doted by which the Stock Yards
Jones amTc. M. Cooke to appear, I In- 0a w"' ,ak, ImniHIatc steps to oc
' ' riinv tlin ntltnmnlilln l.ulMlntr nan, tl.'i
tended to show that they weie among ""1' ,,hc J"t'l'l I'Ulhllng near tho
the best, and the most public spirited Jl,lllcla7 uulMIng on King street. This
nnd most liberal minded of tho busl- "0,?, l..,1 '.0l'sh "lc B"011 "lcf"
lwr.ll irr.i nf tlin l.lnn.li An.l ..r. of WllHttm II. llOOgB who nllOWGll til?
they I fear do not bank much on good S,toek ?'!''l8.Co' ,t?.hl,? t,lu ,'llll,"S
at;firv. v i.iiitn.
"If jou don't unit ubitlicy to fjet tie best of you, you must get
the best of lnsV.cy."
" I do lady, but'uhca a fellow's only got 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 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 Superin
tended, In all branches of Engineering Work; Contracts solicited for nail
roads, Electric and Steam; Tunnels, Bridges, Uutldlngs, Highways, Founda
tions, Piers, Wharves, etc.
Special attention glcn to Examinations, Valuations, and Reports of
Properties for Investment purposes.
FREDERICK J. AMWEO. M. AM. Soc. C. a,
Engineer and Managor.
W. R. CASTI.E JR.. Secretary and Treasorer.
character, and If one has no better ml
lateral or even It one hns more sub
ut a rato that could hardly bo refused.
Tho Intention of tho company Is t.
Mantlal collatcial, If It Is not gold " """""ni! Proper a n place for
edged, they will not advance a tent "' """mj ". . vemut.. aiv
upon 11. a
I also believe, I sMId that In retus
Joining empty lqt has been secured nnd
the auxiliary stables which wro not
Ing to make the 'loan, It was nothing to b"rned1 ln, ,lleMl";"nt fire as well as
I them that It would m-an the ruin and ,,'er 8l,t','18- w l" ","'ci1 tl'ore; T1,.
11... iou ,.f . n ii.., ....i... ... "'! corrals will bo used for such nnl-
I this would be borrower. And I am m.a's f the company may have for salo
still of the same opinion, although I "'"""
hope I may be mistaken. I also wish'
ed to remind the rich of their responsl
unities and to show them that happl
P. O. Bot ws. Tic it.
The oldest Chi. 'be Firm in Honolulu.
DttUn la FIq Silks tod Grtu Llcwi. Chlnut and Jipo Good ol All Kltdt.
iiihii Nuuanu tr t.
the Bulletin, 75cts. per month
It is expected that t'le Stock Yards
Co, will occupy tho automobile build
ing for nbout six months. At tho end
ness did not consist In the good we did of that 1,,,me' ,tlicre J"" ',r,ol'111,!y 1,c n
for qurselves, so much as In the good
v.e did for others..
Fortunately, I need none of their
new and handsome set of Lutldlngs oni
the old site.
assistance, but 1 know of hundreds of M TinT T aSo'S
other men. than whom none are more .,,,, tl 0PXp(.rlence of years aBsnics
worthy, who arc plodding on from day u. should bo recorded I'AIN-KU.LKIl.
to day, from car to year, and living For both internal and external appll
from hnnd'fo mouth, without any hopi cations nn have found It of great val
or bettering their condition, "who If u ue; especially ran wo recommend It for
llttlo tlmelv assistant In tlin klnnn nf toU,s' rheumatism, or fresh wounds
liltio timely assistance, In the bhapo of lm, uruB,B,chrlstlan Ern. Avoid sub
a loan, on some llttlo propert) or on no Bttllt(,g t,ere Is but one I'aln-ICIlier,
property for that matter, without exor- purry Davis". Prlco S.'.c, and 50c.
bltant Interest! were offered them.
uould recelvo new llfo, new energy, and ' Don't forget Camarlnos of tho Call
possibly bo Btarted upon the road to fornla Fruit Market when you want
Independence fruit nnd vegetables. Ho always has
Hut the thought of helping others on hand n fresh supply of both Callfor-
Icsa fortunate, is not much In evidence nl. and Island fruits. Tclepbono Man
heic, although I can point to a few In- 378.
Metropolitan Meat. Co.,
Fresh Meats and Fish f(
by Every Steamer
From the Coast that has Cold Storage.
Choice Beef, Veal, Mutton,
( Lamb and Pork always
Also Poultry, Sulmon and Hnlibut.
The Metropolitan Market, King St., Tel. 45.
FOR SALE AT The Booth, Fishmarket, Telephone 379.
Central Market. Nuuanu St.. Telephone 104.
We are making a specialty of s:lllrg the verv
best KONA COPFEE, and will assure you of
tnt best satisfaction If toujht at : : : : :
C. J. DAY & CO. '
WST Groceries dtllverei fre tn all pvrts of the city.
THE GERMANS LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
OF NEW YORK
Paid to Policy Holders s Irce 160 for Death Chlms, UA,m,tf.Oi
For Matured Policies 7,507,608.37
DivlJendsanJ Surrenders ( ti,()9,iu.i7
Total 1 545.577.212-9
ManjgerforHawjIliTlsl.nJs. JSt JUOD BUILDING.
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