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FOB SALE EVERYWHERE !
La Insular of America
Trade Mark Registered and owned by DAVID LAWRENCE & COMPANY.
EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, H. T., TIIUHSDAY, AUGUST 29, 1001
At Prices to Surprise Knowing Shoppers
A recent Importation of English Rups 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 for Inferior qualities of older goods elsewhere
Dngclng Ruh, 18x30 $4.00
" 3003 0.00
Wilton RujlH 27x54 8.00
" 30x03 0.00
Leamington RujJh, . . .90x30 4. SO
" ....30x72 10.50
AxmlntitcrRugH 30x72 0.00
" 27x00 4.00
Arlington Ru . ..20x30 4.00
" 27x54 7.00
" 30x03 0.00
I Moquct Rug 30x72 5.00
Antique Rui 2.50
. Velvet RugH) different h1zch.
Now Is your opportunity to decorate your floors with
beautiful rugs at little price?. COME NOW, don't wail un il the
handsomest are sold to someone eUe.
Linen Lap Robes
AT ECONOMY. ERICES.
You need a Lap Robe in your carriage to
prevent tbedust 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 82.00 each.
English Figured Muslins
The soft finish kind. Colors are absolutely
fast tven the heathen Chinese could not
wish them out. They are 31 indies wide
and were bought by us at hard up prices.
Yours at 15 cents per yard.
SACHS' DRY GOODS CO.
TO INSANE PATIENTS
South Sea Islanders on Navy Reserv
ation in Unsanitary Condition
Board Will go to
EX. SHIP HENRY VlLLARD
ROCHE HARBOR LIME
FOR THE WHOLESALE TRADE.
Also Big Shipment of CAL. RED BRICK.
THEO. H. DAVIES & CO., Ltd.
Probably tho most Important subject
that has come before the lionnl of
Health lor eolation since plague ptob
lotus vanished Is that ralseil b) tha
receipt ot tho following letter from Dr.
It. M. Malster, superintendent o( the
Oahti Insane Asjlitm:
Honolulu, Aug. 2G, 1001.
II. C. Sloggctt, SI. D., President Hoard
I would call tho attention ot tho
Hoard of Health the serious condi
tion which exists here as the icsult of
the blasting and running of stone
crusher, which Is located ou the maulta
side of the nBVlum grounds. Patients
whose exhausted and. diseased condi
tion of their nervous sjstem tcnulrcs
that they be kept quiet and peaceful
arc dall) exposed to tha shock of blast
ing and tho running of the rock cfish
er. They become very much ruited,
nervous and unmanageable nhiu they
would not be molested.
Not only that, 1jut the dangci from
flying rocks, which arc at times thiutvn
to all parts of tho grounds and some
weighing scern! hundred pounds nre
hurled on the roofs tt the nearest
building crashing through and would
kill an one If they should bn under
neath. The buildings arc Injured win
dows are broken and tho fence destroj
cd In places, enabling patients tn es
Honing some action will be taken to
suppress the evil, 1 am.
DK. n. SI. MALSTIIIt,
Supt. Oahu Insane Asylum.
After receiving the letter Dr. Slog
Rett conferred v.lth Superintendent J.
II. Iloj d on the matter. He found Sir.
Ilojd willing to Investigate with tho
Hoard all suggestions for the removal
of the trouble. Ho stated that to re
move the stone cl usher would rciiulrn
the expenditure of J23.0O0. A com
mittee consisting of Dr. Sloggctt, Dr.
Sloore, Dr. Pratt and P. 0. Smith was
appointed to visit the asylum with
Messrs. Ilojd and Campbell.
The Hoard decided to make the regu
lar trip to the Molokai settlement
leaving Honolulu, Friday, .September
f'. All persons desiring to make the
trip must flltf applications before Wed
phvstclan to cximlno the female s2ho.1l
children Tho examiner of the bo)3
Is Dr Sinclair.
II. How man was given permission to
associate himself with Hherlff Andrews
In the garbage business at Hllo.
Tha Hoard denied the request of Sir.
Stendonca for permission to abandon
cesspools' on his Hotel street pioneily
without filling up, according to regu
Tho regulitlon prohibiting the keel
ing of swine In icrlaln limits in 1 1 lb
was made more stringent.
The Kolo.i hospital leport sho'vd
one patient nt pieient.
It was reeommcndel that n license
to practice medicine lune to Dr. Henry
An Inquiry from II 00. Hlehards
was read asking If a vneanev could be
found on the staff of government phy
sicians for Dr. It. Anderson. An
del nun was surgeon n Ilcllevue for one
.unr He wns born In the Islands and
desires to return,
.Sheriff Haldwln of Wnllukit writes
that he knows of no one In that city
willing to seive as san'tary Inspector
without pay. Cn a salary of )15 to
$20 per month he believed ho could
find an acceptor.
AT TIIU ,
MORE MANCHESTER TRADE
HAWAIIAN TOBACCO CO., Ltd.,
Coniur Mcrchiint unci Nuunnu Sch.,
iiIho HOTI3L, ST.. onnoHltu Hutlinl.
A MAN IN ARKANSAS
Could not ri'pilr his roof when It
mined nnd would t.ot In t ill r weather
because1 it aid not need It
DON'T be uncomfortable during tho
warm weather when wo can TuruMi
011 with cither desk or celling fans nt
GOOD IN THE HOME AND
GOOD IN THE OFFICE,
The velll create a elellghtfiillv cool
breeze nnd keep aw a) mosquitoes.
Hegulnr J20.C0 desk fans for v$16 00
Regular $53 00 colling tans for.. 40 OJ
KINO ST., NEAR ALAKEA.
The Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.,
New York, Aug 22 'n the Interest
I of the Manchester Ship C'unnl Company
of England, Herbert Si. (llbson, chief
trnUlc superintendent of the company,
who Is now In New- York, will start
tor the West accompanied by II. Daw
son Harllng, the representative of the
Manchester Shin Canal Company In
Canada nnd the Northern States. Sir,
0 1 bsim Is of the opinion that tho cnnnl
has onl tombed as vet the fringe of
the trade which It will eventually sc
enic. He Is convinced that when new
lines of stcameis are started from Am
erican ports the ovvneis will not be
(Unsatisfied v. I'll the rccults
Sir, Gibson has been commissioned
by tho dlrccteus of tho companies to
visit the United States and Canada for
the purpose of negotiating for the ts-'
tahllshmcnt ct new lines of steamers
between Atlui.tlc ports nnd .Manchester
and of Invigorating the trado by tho'
existing steamship lines. Arrange
ments have bien mada for new lines
both In this country nnd Canada.
In an Interview last night, Sir. Gib
"Canada has already a large direct
trade with SlaiHicstcr. The Mane lies
ter lines, limited, have for upward of
time venrs run a regular, frequent
seivlco of largo fast steamers to Man-
die Iter from Montreal and Quebec
In the summer nnd Halifax, .V S. and
St. John, N. II. . In tho winter. Some
of the vessels emplojed In that ser
vice have a dead weight capacity of
S300 tuns, havo accommodation for
about 700 head of llvo cattle and are
fitted with cold storage. The opoia-
1 r? i j 6 . jse&n. j
, i n- 1 ' 1 -a. iky-ffx ji
dR" An !wffll.
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H Vfv?i 1...; tsSsfe
"If jou don't wmt whuVcy lo get
the best ot ulutkcy.
"I do bdy, bat whc-i a fellow' only
fcc Icit of you, jou aiuit get
(jot a ric!.e' he can't buy
nesiiaj, September 4, wun lir. rratt, jtlons of the lino havo been verj suc
statlng purpose for which they wish cessf ul In opening up an Increased
outlet for Canadian jiroduie. In addi
tion to the lines of steamirs from tho
in italt Mnlnlrul Tlit. ulMninr tnllni'
the cloud will return by Sunday morn
Ing following the departure.
Captain J. P. Slerry has written the
Hoard of Health concerning tho condi
tion of the South Sea Island squatters
on the Naval reservation. He calls at
tention to tho very unsanitary condi
tion pievnlllng and asks tho Hoard to
assume Jurisdiction over tho place. Ho
sajs that there Is no objection to the
United States and Canada, lines of
steamers are now trading regular!)
between Manchester and Australia, the
Persian Gulf, Uoiub.i), Svrlu. i:gpt
and all the principal ports of tha ron
tlnent of Curopu
"Manihester Is also receiving largo
j Importations of grain in full cargots
rioni the Western ports of tho United
W. C. Peacock & Co., Ltd,,
StiUes and from the river Platte.
A beautiful and dainty assortment.
We would like to have you call and
Inspect this stock. : : : : :
14 Hotel Street, nenr Nuunnu.
General Merchandise. Dry Goods, Groceries.
Japanese Provisions, etc
MAOOOfi BLOCK, MEROIlAiT KTREETt
squatters temnlnlng If their nrcm'sc
are kept healthful l.nst Slay there Impoitntlon of timber from United 1
were 107 people In the settlement and lnts and Canadian ports has assumed
Dr. Piatt icportul a rtthcr alarming '"""K0 pioroitlons: tho quantity Import
prevalcnco of tuberculosis nmong (,'l last cur from all poits was 300.00U
them. In discussing the subject, the I"ai'a- '' Illustrations crin be given
report of Hev. Sir. llliigham was re-if "' sivlngs In Interior transport-
terred to. He states th 11 most of tnoiuu" " "' i.ib nucieu uy irn
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 mado for any class ot Waterworks, Steam and Electric Construction;
Plans and SpeclflCitlons and Estimates Prepared, anil Construction Superin
tended, In all branches of Engineering Work; Contracts solicited for Rail
roads, EIccr!c and Steam; Tunnels, Rrldges, Dutldlngs, High a ays, Koundft-
Thc' tlons, Piers, Wharves, etc.
Special attention given to Examinations, Valuations, nnd Reports ot
Properties for Investment purposes
FREDERICK J. AS1WEO. SI. ASI. Soc. C. B.,
Engineer and Manager.
W, R. CASTLE JR.. Secretary and Treasurer.
GOO KIM. 1116 Nuuanu St.
New Line ol European Goods.
Gentlemen's, Lutlleti' nnd Children's llntH.
Chinese Grout Linen, all colors.
DrcHM Goods, Pongee Silks.
settlers arc people who nimc heio to
v.urk on plantations nnd since tho ex
ptratlon of their contracts the man
agers of plantations have defaulted In
their iiKiecmcnt to tinnsport them
back to thcli homes. Tho whole sub
ject was turned over to Dr. Pratt for
An application of Mis. Kalkl for per
mission to Join her husband, a leper at
Molokai, was refused.
The epidemic of smallpox having
practically subsided In the United
States, tho Hoard rescinded tho order,
icqulrlng that Porto Rlcan Immigrants
be bathed and fumigated upon arrival.
At the su'Kitl(in ot Superintendent j wheels
Bojd of the Public Works department Piople
new rules governing Iho removal of
gaibago weie adopted Henceforth n
small fee will bo collected for the ser
vice 'Iho HmltH of tho nica were ex
tended to tho Fertilize! Works west;
Punahou street east; between Junl
istiect and the sea. Garbage boxes with
a cnpacltj of 1J cubic feet must bo
provided by tho owner of tho premises
1 There Is no distinction njvv made as to
the kind of garbage, the department
Dr. Archer Irwin repoited the death
of a Japaneso woman and babv on Ha
waii as tho result of the urimlnlstra-
tiers who aru Importing merchandise
illiect by stiamcr to Manchester.
A large variety of cloths made up In the
P. O Box 9s. Til. il
THE OLDEST CHi. v.Sfc FIRM IN HONOLULU.
Diltri lo Flat Silks ind Grs llntm ChlntM and J pant it Good ot All Klola
The Bulletin, 75cts. per month
WANTllU TO LYNCH HIVJ,
New York, Aug. 22. A determined
eTort was made by 1 mob last night
to I j lull Julius Zlbel, a motorman, be
cause, his car had kllhd Julia Emor,
9 jears old, on Sladlson uvenuo. 'Hie
car was comlig down a klvep grndo
when tho child tried to tross, became
frightened nnd hesitated, standing In
tho middle of tho tr.uk Tho motor
man threw on the brakes, hut too late,
The little glil was thrown under the
and her head was crushed
Immediately sv aimed to the
llacr women and chlldien ehrlcklus.
The cry "l.vnr-h him!" was raited by
the men and a conientnted attack was
imiilo on tho motorman. lie was
bruised and Ladly beaten before 11
squad of pollen rescued him, beating
the crowd back with their clubs. Zlhel
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 tlnllbut.
FOR SALE AT
The Metropolitan Mirkct, Kln St., Tel. 45.
The Booth, Fishmarket, Telephone 379.
Centr.il Market. Nuuanu St , THcphrne 104.
Lnbor Dny ArrunjiemcntH.
flood work was clone at last night's
conference of the Labor Pay commit-(
teo. It WU8 reported Hint tho fund '.ihcIJ
reached 23'.Q. It wai deelled to KM ti
lion nf nntl-fnlirlnn n..r,.h,,.n.l fm, , Seeonil prize or 20 fo,' 'Ho tUg-Of-W.ir
Japanese drug stores. Irwin reports iC0,lU'st w,'lcn ,s Incl n't J In Iho r ports
that much trouble Is encountered be-nf t,le rnooa- rhoru Hl" ,,e "
tauso of the Ignorance of Japanese "aa,H for scho0' c-,',,n fn '" ,n- I"0'
druKelsta ns to the nrnnnrttea ..r .irn.. iolon ns the summo- vacatloq lb tlll
Ko action abs taken by the Hoard. I
me plumpers lepurt for the two
weeks ending August 13, shuwod CO
permits issued and 3s sewer connec
Dr Cleveland was reappointed the
Mlj- tamYkti nnit inc
" Miiir itthi uirti
n,j miliVToiiliuiiHt lot 11
' j fciiiiU trif ieattl If
rfluiul II f tue II
II V all I tM lut irt t f I h nil
ifc . .Tr.-jj '1 till f I NtiUMIIi rtoVilHri
N A--T7T? irlniiiii iruit hi lt'iA
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l,lluulll(. 1 trlrlnir fntl luf irtiiHlUm liu.lfl lumuti
ttflvc nrtfHi ltt kUu tHtiiliaa ht i iillnrH I Urt
uomte tiuu u -"-- "" linn Atn:ca
on. Tho Goddihs of Liberty will iKU
In a chariot. Tho liQlU.rrMiKrrs will
luut- two flonts Inst m of one, n nrl
filnilly arranged Turo .IU be TiOOO
copied of tho ioraii, uinulnhu all
Iho utuita of tho du pilnted fur fret
dlHtillmtlon. It Is est I mi I'M that tliuo
will ho at IcjiBt 3r. Tnlon men In Hut.
We are making a specialty of selling the verv
best KONA COfFEE, anj will assure you of
tin best satisfaction If bought at : : : : :
O. J. DAY & CO.
gar Groerlft delivered free tn all pvrts of the cltv.
King up 21)0, or call nt oillco, corn"r
of King nnd I'urt streets, when ini
iv ant mst-class, up to elate live ry, Into it
st)les of biiggicB, surrojs nnd plno
tons, with gontlo but speedy run I
THE GERMANI4 LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
OF NrW 10KK
ASSETS, ?27iJ7.5JJ jo.
Paid to Policy Hclderslnce iSfo for Death Claims, j24,37j,4Cq6i
For '.aturtd Policies 7,50708 37
DlvlJfndsand Surrenders I3,fw,i34.j7
Total 545,577.212 SQ
A'anager for Hawaiian IsLnJs.
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