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KVRNrNO BULLETIN. HONOLULU, II. T., THUItSDAY. SEPT. 12, 1901.
BOR SALE EVERYWHERE !
La Insular of America
Trade Mark Registered and owned by DAVID LAWRENCE & COMPANY.
Great Under - Price Sale
of Lace Curtains !
Our great clearing sale of LaceCurtalns w III be In full iwlnc
with mati specially attractive offfrlngt en Monday next.
Seitember gth, and continues ONE WfiEK ONLY.
Point il 'Birlt, Irian Pollit, Arabian,
Fish Net. Applique, Nottingham Etc.
Etc., Luce Curtnlnn, i i t t ,
Specially matktd away down so that they will first com
mind your attention, then find themselves hung In yjur
homes. Fine Figured 8vIhm CurtnlnH with
RufflcH, reduced from $0.75 to 4. BO per pulr.
Fine Sailor Hats
At Prices that Woo You
There never was a hat that looked more beaming than the
Sailor Hat. Rivals have come and gone, but the sailor
"bobs up serenely" every season more bewitching than ever.
Ours are the bewitching kind, and the prices are more
bewitching than ever. We might say : : : :
Irresistible Sailors at Irresistible Prices
Start the girls off to school with them ; they're good com
pany even though thev are cheap. : : : : :
Rough and Ready 8truws In White,
Black, Brown and Mixed. I t I
3 THINGS MORE
Roy'H New WlndHor TIcM-Just the thing that will
tickle the boy tn death -S3 to speak Plaids and stripes are
here In the largest variety of new designs ever shown.
New White l. K'h All kinds, many of them you've
never seen before. Prices run 6 yards for 5i.eo, and 25: ard
35c per yard. : ::::::::
Enfttlidi MuHllnH-The colors ire fast and thegaodsare
the very daintiest Imaginable. 31 Inches wide and only
15c per yard. : ::::::::
Sachs' Dry Goods Co., Ltd,
PORT STREET. ,
Krom Wing on Kce. King
Eighty-six Samples of Milk Game
Up to or Above Standard
"No. I". Epicurean Frankfurter, H.
Levi & Co., Sun Kranclsco. Moisture
152.3. Doth starch nod color present.
From Lee Chung. Asylum road.
"It Is only fair to those whose names
n in timnHnnn.l nlint'n t, iilnln 4 Vint mt
REPORT FOR AUGUST of these brands nre found In all stores
In town, anil not alone In these from
which the samples were obtained.
"One sample of vanilla extract was
examined. No adulteration found.
Four samples of quinine sulphate wer
examined and found to confurm to th
requirements of the U. S. Pharmaco
peia. "Five samples of olive oil from drug
tores including one Japanese store
were examined, four of which were
found tn conform to the requirement
of th. IT, S. Pharmacopoeia for this
"The sample not no to standard was
labelled Superior Olhe Oil. Holll'stcr!
Drug Co.. and was obtained from the
Ilolllster Drug Co. This sample gavs
In the report of Food Commissioner
K. C, Shorey for August, lie gives a
list of samples of milk examined which
nnnlyzed up to or above standard.
Seventeen samples proied below stan
dard. Including four from V. Soma,
two from a driver for A, Lopez, two
HAWAIIAN TOBACCO CO., Ltd.,
Corner Merchant and Nuuanu Stm.,
alao HOTEL. ST.. opposite Bethel.
ftom Nakntanl, one each tVom drivers nil the reactions of cottonseed oil.
1'eriy and li.ugo for t.ie Star dairy.
one each from Kahalkn, Tanakl, M.
Ahreu, Gomes' Manoa ranch. Hop Hlng
restaurant, restaurant at Kukul and
Itlver streets and the European icstau
rant. Mr. Shorey comments ns follows on
the milk question and proceeds with
his report on other dietary articles ex
"Two samples of beta nuphthol were
examined. No adulteration found."
Hawaiian Engineering and Construction Co.
ROOMS 508, 509. 510 STANGBNWALD BUILDING.
P.O. BOX 834. TEL. 'MAIN 70
All classes of Engineering Work solicited; Examinations, Survey and Re
ports made for any class of Waterworks, Steam and Electric Construction;
Plans and Specifications and Estimates Prepared, and Constriction 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
Special attention glrtn to Examinations, Valuations, and Report o
Properties for Investment purposes.
FREDERICK J. AMWEG, M. AM. Soc C. EL,
Engineer and Manager.
Secretary and Treasurer.
1I1 Tl AM
1 The Ministerial I'nlou held a meet
Ing esterday afternoon. The principal
I business was the adoption of the fol-
"Among the samples passed as up to lowing resolution pertaining to the
or above standard arc a large, number Murphy movement in the city:
containing the minimum amount of lie It resolved. That we, a commit-
total solids, viz:: 11.5 per cent, and It tee of tho Ministerial Union of Honn-
l-i qul.o probable that some of these lulu, appointed tn lend our assistance
were adulterated with a small prop'or- to the straightening out of the existing
tlon of water. The present shortage of dimcultles tn the Murphy organization
feed both In pnsture and Imported Is (having been requested to dffso) 'do
affecting the milk supply, nnd there Is hereby make the following request to
a greater Incentive to increase this 'he public, viz.:
supply by the nddltton of water, which First That Mr. Francis Murphy nnd
fact is I think pretty well proven by his work be entirely disassociated
the analyses given. There arc a few from the criticisms of the orzaniza
new nnmca In the 'black list' and tho tlonsvcalled by his nnme. with which
adulteration varies from 10 to 20 per he had had absolutely nothing to da;
cent -added water. i"nil thut he receive the loyul support)
"Seventeen samples of canned sail- uuc lilm for bis past services In hl
sages representing nearly nil tho contemplated tour of the Islands;
brands on the market were examined Second That nil Judgment be sus-
W. R. CASTLE JR
A MAN IN ARKANSAS
Could not repair his roof when It
rained and would not in fair weather
because It did not need It.
DONT be uncomfortable during the
warm weather, when wt can furnish
you with cither desk or celling fans at
GOOD IN THE HOME AND
GOOD IN THE OFFICE.
They will create a delightfully cool
breeze and keep away mosqultm.11.
Regular $20.00 desk fans for... $16 00
Regular $58.00 ceiling fans for. . 40 00
KING ST NEAR ALAKEA.
ftiitiititmtittmtitinttTTi t m ttny
EX. SHIP HENRY V1LLARD
ROCHE HARBOR LIME
FOR THE WHOLE-SALE TRADE.
Also Big Shipment of CAL. RED BRICK.
ITHEO. H. DAVIES & CO., Ltd
A beautiful and dainty assortment.
We woulJ like to have you call and
inspect thii stock. : : : : :
14 Hotel Street, near Nuuanu.
s. shYmamoto .
pended ns to the use or misuse of the
Association until the accounts have
gone through the proper form of ex
amination. The regularly appointed
with the following results. In no tnse
was there any evidence of decomposi
tion or poor preservation, and in no
case was thft ncld value of the fat hiirh
enough td Indicate that the meat used auditor of the Association, Mr. J. V.
was not In good condition. In some Cooke, who we understand is on a vu
rases there was an excessive amount of cation at present, has the absolute
moisture present, but ns different confidence of the entire public, and
meats differ not only In themselves those aside from the donors of th
hut according to the way In which they money who nre Interested ns to His
are prepared In their cnpaclty to hold of these funds will be nmiily satis.
water no uttcnipt was made to Ax a
standard for moisture.
"The European brands were examin
ed for tho presence of horse flesh but
no Indications of such were found, al
though It should be noted that the
chemical reactions which aro relied on
for this purpose nre under certain con
ditions not reliable. Many samples
were artificially colored, the colors
used being harmless. The majority
of tho samples contained starch In
Borne form. This starch is added gen
erally In the form of cracker dust or
old brrod and is used as n cheaper
siibstltuto for meat, and nlso because
It aids in redlining n large percentage
of moisture. Partial analyses -tro giv
en below. Thoce containing starch or
coloring matter am classed as adul
terated: No. 1. Frankfurter, Karl Kramer.
Moisture C9.2 'per cent starch present.
Krom Salter & Wauy,
(led with the settlement of tlicl question
In the hnn.ds of the present1 trustees,
after a proper audit has been made by
We would like to express our ap
proal of the kind of temperance work
that Mr. f'rnncls Murphy has always
stood for and to hope that no local mis
understanding will mar the chances
or nn effective campaign ut this tint
W. I). WKSTI2IIVEI.T.
W. II. 'RICE.
Other wurk along the samo line was
done but nothing was given out for
Those who aopreciate ths
clas of photographic work
MISS CAROLINE rUSKINS
are cordially invited to inject
No. 2. oxford sausage. Armour & specimens of her skill in her
recppfion ronm at the rear of
Art Stfve and
120 Hotel St.
General Merchandise. Dry Goods, Groceries.
.Japanese Provisions, etc.
MAQOON BLOCK, MERCHANT STREET.
P.O.B0S888 Svgialn gift
GOO KIM, 1116 Nuuanu St.
New Line ot Europcun Goodtt.
Gentlcmcn'u, Ladles' and Children's ttatx.
Chinese Grunt Linen, all colors.
. Dress Goods, Pongee Sllkt.
MBRCHAN r TAILOR, A large variety of cloths made up In the
P. O. BOX MJ.
THE OLDEST CHi. SB FIRM IN HONOLULU.
Dtilltl li Flu Silks and Gri Dual. Cblmu in! JipioaM Gooll ol AH Kills.
io-i Nuuanu itrctt.
Co. Moisture 35.8; starch
l'rom C. I). Day & Co.
"No. 3. I'ranltfurtcr. Moisture
No starch of color.
"No. 4. Vleniin sausage, Rlnds
flelsch. I.lbby, McNeill & l.lbby.
Moisture G1.4. iloth starch and color
present. Krom II. May ft Co.
"No. r. Club House sausago meat,
I.lbby, McNeill & I.lbby. Molstum
S3.G. Starch presept. From II. May &
"No. C. Cambrldgo sausage, 1. T,
Morton. Moisture 42.8. Starch pres
ent. Krom II. May & Co.
ii'i 1 .vim nttuDug uini otiuvs-i
kraut, I.lbby, McNeill x l.luoy. Mols-1
turce fiO.l. Iloth starch nnd color,
present. From H. .May & Co.
"No. 8. Mettwurst, I,. Mussow, I
Hamburg. Moisture 41.0. Colored. I
From II. May & Co. ..,
"No. 9. Columbia bolognu sausage, J
Armour & Co. "Moisture 57.5. Colored.
From. II. May & Co. I
"No. 10. Oxford snusage, J. T. Mor-'
ton. Moisture 45.8. Stnrch present.
From II, May & Co.
"No, 11. Vienna sausage, wiener
wurst, I.lbby, McNeill & I.lbby. Mois
ture 55.7. Stnrch present. From C. J.
Pay & Co.
("No. 12. Vienna sausago tomato
sauce, Armour I'ucktng Co. Moisture
iGC.7. Iloth starch and color present,
, From Wo Sing, Kort street.
"No. 13. Hex brund Oxford sausnge,
Cudahy Cunning Co. Moisture 57.8.
Starch present. Krom Chun Yung,
"No. 14. Ilex brand Frankfurt sau
sage, Cudaliy Canning Co. Molstura
60.4. Starch prtgent. From Chun
"No. 13. Superior Vienna sausage,
German American Provision Co. Mois
ture CG.0. Iloth starch and color pres
ent. From Chun Yung.
"No. IB. Vienna sausage, I.lbby, Mc
Nelll & I.lbby. Moisture 68.0. Starch
After n lay of over fifty days In
port waiting for sugar and on account
of Captain Johnson the bark S. C. Al
The Hawaiian Electric CoM Ltd.,
Metropolitan Meat Co.,
Freeh Meats and Pish m ,
by Every Steamer
From the Coast that has CoM Storage.
Choice Beef, Veal. Mutton,
W Lamb and Pork always
Also Poultry, Salmon and. Halibut.
len will probably sail Saturday for San 1
riuut-iMu nun 11 inn cargo 01 sugar.
The Metropolitan Market, King St., Tel. 4$.
FOR SALE AT The Booth, Flshmarket, Telephone 379.
Central Market. Nuuanu St., Telephone 104.
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