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BVKNINU.liULLBTlNrnoNoLULU, H. T WEDNE3DAY,'a'UQ."28,'i901.
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'1 all f e newest and most apprec
iated patterns and designs at figures less even than you have been
accustomed to pay for Inferior qualities of older goods elsewhere
Dngclni! RugH, 18x30 $4.00
" SOxaO 7.50
" 30x03 0.00
Wilton RujJh, 37x04 8.00
" 30x03 O.OO
Leamington RujJh . . . .20x30 4.30
" ....30x72 IO.SO
AxtnlriHtcr Ruftn 30x72 0.00'
" 27x00 4.00
- Arlington Rugs . ..20x30 4.00
" 27x54 7.00
, " 30x03 0.00
Moquct Rugs 30x72 5.00
Antique RugM 2.50
Velvet RugH, different ttlzett.
Now Is your opportunity' to decorate your floors with
beautiful rugs at little prices. COME NOW, don't wail un.il the
handsomest are sold to someone else.
Linen Lap Robes
AT ECONOMY PRICES.
You need a Lap Robe in your carriage to
prevent thedust from soiling your 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 liven 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.
ii 1 THEO. H. DAVIES & CO., Ltd. 8
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A beautiful and dainty assortment.
We would like to have you call and
Inspect this stock. : : : : :
It Hotel Street, near Nuuonu.
GLAD RECEPTION GIVEN
x AT KAWAIAIIAO CHURCH
Great Temperance Apostle Will Re
main in City and HoldgSeries
The arrival ot Francis Murphy In the
Ventura last night from Australia,
where, he has been laboring tor some
months In the Interests ot temperance
was.mndc an event of rejoicing hy his
friends In the cjty .There was march
lng and the confusion of'torches on the
htrccts and a monster mass meeting
at Kawalahao church. It Is the Inten
tion of Krancls Murphy to remain In
Honolulu and hold a scries of his
meetings. He will bo joined by his
wife who will come rrom san irancis
co by an early boat.
When the Ventura touched the wharf
Mr. Murphy was greeted by n throng
of his friends who awaited his arrival.
He was taken In charge by Franklin
Austin, organizer of the Francis Mur
phy Temperance Club Association, and
escorted to the Hawaiian hotel. After
dining with friends, Mr. Muiphy was
driven to the drill shed grounds where
the Territorial band stood at the front
of procession ready to march through
tho streets. In the piocesslun were
Y. M. C. A. men, and representatives
from all tho clubs. Crowds of boys
whose interest had been aroused were
on hand to carry torches
Proceeding to Kauainhao church,
Mr. Murphy accompanied bv Mr. and
Mrs, Franklin Austin, Hev. A. E. Cory
and wife, Itev. Mr! Hartley, Messrs.
Bancroft and Richards, entered and
walked to tho platform. As the party
went up the aisle, the congregation
arose and sang "Coronation."
A welcoming address was made by
Mr. Bancroft. After an Invocation by
Rev. A. E. Cory, Franklin Austin spoke
giving an outline ot the work accom
plished slnco Mr. Murphy left last
Murphy himself followed with a
characteristic address. Hit appear
ance was the signal for tremendous ap
plause. It was a delightful homecom
ing for Mr. Murphy nnd' that he en
Joyed and appreciated It was evinced
by the pleasant smiles that graced his
features. Ho spoke of his success In
tho Antipodes and told of his aloha for
Honolulu and tho people here. His
health Is good, his heart happy. He
spoke with Jin easy flow of natural wit
Immersed In floods ot sincere sentl-'
nicnt. His speech abounded In epi
gram and charming anecdote. The
meeting closed with all Joining In the
rendition ot "America."
It It a fare, pnfo &n,l quick ri'iuedj-,
There'. ONLY ONE
Two iizea, JV. ami soc.
bhb 1 PAH&UIuAKb
HAWAIIAN TOBACCO CO.,' Ltd.,
Corner- .Merchant nnd Nuunnu St.,
uIho HOT12L. ST.. oppowltc Bethel.
Office 'Phone, 390
Works 'Phone, 389
THE K! DISTRICT
The Ilulletln office Is In receipt of
several bumhes of suij'ir cane In vari
ous stages of giowth which, for Its age
looks temarknbly well. The rane was
grown upon the plncis of Senator John
O. Paris, John do Mello and the South
Kona Agricultural Co.'s property in the
South Kona district on the leeward
side of Hawaii.
The cane has remarkably long
Joints and Is the much fatored Yellow
Caledonia variety, while the display
speaks well for the district.
At Kanalel the Kona Sugar'Co. has
some 1000 acres planted to cane, reach
ing an altitude of nearly 3000 feet
which also looks well, The above
company Is now building a railroad
eight miles In length to connect the
mill with this portion of the planta
tion. This enne, or at least much of It
will be ready to cut by tho first of tho
coming year. Mr. Cowan is the man
ager at the Kona plantation, and dur
ing the short space of time he has Ail
ed that position, has had his hands
full to bring a promising property out
of a state of chaos and bad manage
ment and poor Judgment which condi
tion Is strongly In cvldcnie from the
erection ot the mill building to the
Save YOUr Wife Many Steps by Installing
A House Telephone from
Upstairs to Kitchen,
Yon will never House to Servants' Quarters,
part with it. House to Stable, Etc.
We will Install two 'phones complete under a guarantee at a price--Well"
you cannot nftord to be without them.
The Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.,
General Merchandise Dry Goods, Groceries
Japanese Provisions, etc
lMAQOON BLOOK, MERCHANT STREET.
,O.Bo2g886 alalia. 2iu
GOO KIM, 1116 Nuuanu St.
New Line of European GooiIh.
Gentlcmen'rt, LaclIeH and Children's Hutu.
Chinese Grass Linen, nil colors.
Dress Goods. Pongee 8llks. '
MERCHANT TAILOR, A large variety of cloths madeuplnths
P, O. BOI 99).
wiixrcsr WO CHAN
THE OLDEST CHu -SE FIRM IN HONOLULU.
Dalri la Flo Silks o4 Gru Llnent. ChtotM and JipaMM Goods ol All Kt4.
iq-ii Numnu HfMt.
i The Bulletin, 75cts. per month
The annual meeting nf tho Teachers'
Association 111 be held next Saturday
at the High School building. There
will ho hoth forenoon nnd afternoon
programs participated In by teachers
from all parts of tho Territory. The
teachers will ho served with luncheon
at noon by the ladles of tho Y. M. C
A. and their friends. Hie proginm of
tho day Is as follows:
1. Prayer ...... Rev. Aid . Mackintosh
2. Whittlcr'g 'Teachers Hymn"
3. Opening Remarks
Supt, A. T, Atkinson
4 General Remarks
l'rof, Wm. I). Alexander
5. Original Poem Philip Dodge
6. Vocal Solo ..,, Mrs. F. J. Russell
Accompanied by Mrs. Alice Ilrunn.
7. Illustrated Story.. Oordon Usboruo
8. "Thrift versus Theology" , .
Estello Hurrah Dyke
9. Instrumental Solo
Mrs, W. J, I'oihcs
1. VluMn Solo
Dr. Arthur Maxsou Smith
2 Vocal Solo "A Summer Night"
Miss Helen Desha.
3. Object of tho Teachers' Asso
ciation of Hawaii and What
Has Ileen Accomplished by
C. W. Iialdwln
4. Vocal Solo "A Roso. In Heav
5. Address on Agriculture
6. Vocal Solo "My Thought of
You" , Paul Rodney
Miss Cmmn Taylor.
7. Report of Local Circles of tho
Tcnchera's Association: Oahti,
T. H. Olbsop; Hawaii, C. W.
Iialdwln; Maul, Mrs. C. K.
Copeland; Kauai, T C. Da
U. 8. Vocal Solo "The Dance of the
Dragon Ply" .. Miss U M. Wlnne
9. General Discussion nnd Adop
tion of a Reading Course,
The nuances' of tin Associa
"Election of Ofllcers.
Song "Hawaii's Child"
Anna II. Tucker
CHILDREN'S WORST FOE.
Children Bliow symptoms ot disease
quicker than grown people, and aro
accordingly easy to treat for nil trou
blcs. The worst foes of children aro
worms, but their presence can bo read'
lly detected nnd speedily removed,
When .1 child becomes restless In
sleep, picks at Its noso, grinds Its
teeth, has an Irregular apctitc, la ncr
vously Irritable, and has bad breath, It
Is a victim ot worms' work. Theio ix
Just ono way to treat worms that Is
to kill them. Don't wasto tlmo on any
other treatment, and don't wasto
money on any 'other medicine, tor
Klckapoo Indian Worm Killer is tho
safest, surest, promptest and most per
mancnt relict from worms. Hobron
Drug Co., agents tor Klckapoo Indian
Another Wall Street Story.
In "The Man Who Won," dramati
cally Illustrated by W. R. Leigh. Mc-
Clures Magazine for August nil) con
talu, In tho opinion of scleral who
have read tho manuscript, tho very
best of Edwin Ifcvrc's stories 011 Wall
street. Thu moral which Is so skill
fully hidden away in these tales of
stock gambling that It Is wiser and
more profltnblo to let speculation
alone dots not occur to one. until tho
stuiy lit finished and tho mind Is work
ing on tho motif. "Tho Man" In the
tale wlus, and ho wins from the ' Napu.
Icon of the Street," John P. Greener
who, by tho way, Is the counterpart ol
a very well known financier, long since
deceased. Hut the manner of lis win
nlng Is not forgottetn In cout-mp!a
lion of tho size of tho stake Mr I.e
fevro certainly knows tho unde Wo
of tho life ho depicts so graphic-lily
Blank books ot all sorts, ledgers, etc.
manufactured by the Ilulletln Publish.
I lng Co.
Makec Islund Concert.
Tho band will play thu following BC'
lections at a concert oa Makeo Islan
this evurlng, beginning ut 7:30 o'clock!
Overture Jolly students .... Suppe
Waltz Lauia Mlllockcr
Sulto Tho Roso of Shlias ..Kllenherg
fa) Kukllaklla, (b) Walkaahula.
Miss J. Kclllaa.
(c) Killoulani. (d) LlholMo.
Mrs. N. Alapal.
Cornet Solo Remembrance of Lib-
Mr. Charles Kreuter.
Selection Tho Crackcrjack ...Mackle
Waltz Idcala Uucalossl
Polka Ilablllage Mlchels
The Star Spangled llanner.
So Many People aro Exposed to rain,
cold and Btorms, that it Is necessary
that they should have something to
counteract tho effects. A mlxturo of a
teaspoonful of PAIN-KILLER In water
Bweetened, will stimulate tho system
and ward off any possibility of cold. It
has been used for sixty jears all over
tho world, nnd millions testify to Its
sterling worth. There Is but ono Pain
Killer, Perry Da"is' Prlco 25c, and 60c.
Tho weekly edition of tho Evening
Ilulletln gives a complete summary of
'tho news of tho day,
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If you don't wiut whiikey to get the belt of yea, you must get
the best of uliisLcy."
"I do bdy, but'wlien a fellow's only got a nn.'e! lie can't buy
W. C. Peacock & Co., Ltd,,
Hawaiian Engineering and Construction Go.
ROOMS 508, 509, 5io'STANGENWALD BUILDING.
P. O. BOX 834.
TEL. MAIN 70
All classes of Engineering Work solicited; Examinations, Surveys and Re
ports mado for nny 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 Rail
roads, Electric nnd Steam; Tunnels, Bridges, Uulldlngs, High a ays, Founda
tions, Piers, Wharves, etc.
Special attention given to Examinations, Valuations, nnd Reports ot
Properties for Investment purposes.
FREDERICK J. AMWEO, M. AM. Soc. C. R,
Engineer and Manager.
W. R. CASTLE JR.. Secretary and Treasurer.
Metropolitan Meat Co.,
Fresh Meats and Fish fl
by Every Steamer
, From the Coast that has CoM Storage.
Choice Beef, Veal, Mutton,
( Lamb and Pork always
Also Poultry, Salmon and Halibut.
The Metropolitan Market, King St., Tel. 45.
FOR SALE AT 1 he Booth, Fishmarket, Telephone 379.
Central Market. Nuuanu St., Telephone 104.
CAREFULLY SELECTED 7
We are making a specialty of selling the very
best KONA COFFEE, and will assure you of
tht best satisfaction If bought at : : ; : :
C. J. DAY & CO;
8fiT Groceries delivered frfe to all parts of the city.
THE GERMANS LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
OF NEW YORK.
Paid to Policy Hol4crs since i860 for Death Claims, UA,i7h)M
For Matured Policies 7,507,608.17
Dividends and Surrenders M 13,609,134,37
Manager for Hawaiian IslsnJs. JUDD BL'ILDING.