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La Insular of America
Trade Mark Registered and owned by DAVID LAWRENCE & COMPANY.
, FOR SALE EVERYWHERE! pjve I -W
99 1 r4- ' v'vjI
New White Dress Goods
With Lace Stripes
It is not often that the manufacturers strike such pleasing designs in
WHITE DRESS GOODS
as they have done in the new patterns which we have just placed
upon our counters. The quality of these goods is really excellent,
and when you see them you'll wonder how they can be sold at
12 yards for $1.00.
In Black and White
When you see these betutiful new goods, you'll look from one to
the other in utter bewilderment at the exquisite delicacy of the
designs. They are all so lovely that you are apt to say "Oh 1 give
me all. ::::::::::
For 'Wedding and evening wear, nothing makes handsomer gowns.
Women's Fancy Black Hosiery
There is always room In your drawer for a few
more "pairs of stockings, especially when you can
buy Hermsdorf dyed fancy black hose, originally
sold at 40 cents per pair, at 4 pairs lor $1.00
Swiss Embroideries and Insertions
TO MATCH. All the latest patterns in every swidth.'
Come and see something new. : : :
Sachs' Drf Goods Co., Ltd,
EX. 6HIP HENRY V1LLARD
ROCHE HARBOR LIME
FOR THE WHOLESALE TRADE.
Also Big Shipment of CAL. RED BRICK.
ITHEO. H. DAVIES & CO., Ltd
A beautiful and dainty assortment.
HARDWARE MEN PLAY
GOOD BALL AT PUNAHOU
Capitols Did Some Very Bad Work
Baseman Was Nortoriously
Weak-Brilliant Play By
HA LI. n SON.
A.B. IL II. O. A. B.
GletBnn, 21) 6
Hansmnn, If. 5
Cunha, c. 6
Kaul, .1 r,
Willi, lb li
Kiwa. p 5
Wlllkokl. s r.
Fernandez, rf. 8
Kokl. cf 5
Totals 12 12 27 10 8
A.I). II. It. O. A. B.
Alett, cf C 1 1
Chilling drtli, rf. ... B 0 0
Williams, us .
In many wais. the game between the
Capitol and E. O. Hall 4: Sou teams ?u
the campus at Oahu College Situnlay
afternoon, was a disappointment. 1 he
latter won by a .tcorc of 1-' to 6 aiid,
while the result was uiidni'iiledly dim
In great part to the work of the hard
ware store 1)0) s, still It must be sil.l
that the wciU ilalhery of the Capitol
I Itcher and the errors mado by several
of the plajcrj. had a (treat diil to ilu
with the downfall of .In employes of
the goernment. Thera ciust ',r a re
arrangement of the phjewo' Capital
team or they must exicl to be beatin
by eery other team In tin Winter
League as often as th are aclieditl.il
A great crowd went out to see the
game and, naturally, - the spectators
Mere erymncli (disappointed. While
the major part of the support from
this crowd was for the E. CvHall team,
still enthusiasm of any description
died out when It was seen what disas
ter the bad playing of the Capitol team
was resulting In. It would be unfair
to Include -all the boys of the team In
the list of bad players. The right and
left fielders, the first and second base
men, the shortstop and catcher, did
me ocst worn tor tne team, rue piay
Ing of the third baseman was very
weak. At one time, he allowed a
swift grounder to go right between his
legs wlthoujl een bo much as trjlng
to stop it. The result was that an
Other run was made by the E. O. Hall
& Son team. The ball had to be fielded
by the left fielder. He threw wild on
so era I occasions', once when Re had a
runner clearl) out between his bag.
On the other hand, the hardware
bos did some excellent plajlng and It
can be readily seen, the know how to
do team work. Perhaps the best play of
the day was made by Kiwa when he
caught a swift liner arid made a double
play by keeping his ejes open to tho
situation. Kiwa in the box was most
ably supported by Cunlia .who la 4
plaj er that alwajs Inspires confidence.
Cunha has not lost bis knack of (Vow
ing to second and third and several
outs may be put down to this fact.
There was some excitement in the
ninth Inning when the go eminent em
plojes knocked out (he runs. For a
time, It looked asilf the score would
be tied but the Hall boys pulled them
seles together after a number of cost
ly errors and held down their oppon
ents. Chris Willis appeared on the base
ball field again after many attempts on
the part of the Hall bnjs to get him to
play. Willis said at the beginning of
the season that he would not go on the
field again but the fever was too strong
for him to resist. When he Is on first
base, .there Is confidence on all sides
In the team for which he Is plating.
The present standing of the teams of
the Winter League at the present time
Is as follows:
won iost ro a'sr rii
Custom House 2 0 23 13 100
Custom House.. ..2 0 23 13 100
Hall & Son I 1 19 IS 50
Police 1 1 2i 23 40
Capitol 0 2 17 30 00
Follow Ing Is a complete summary or
the game as recorded by the official
Honnn, p. ..
Daton, c. ..
Kaanol, 2b. .
.. 3 1 1 2
.. 4 1
Totals C S 27 12 10
SCOUR DY INN'tNOS.
Hall . Son ....1 3 1 o 2 0 4 0 112
Capitol 010000005 S
Three bane hits llnlster. Kaal. Per
uandez. Two base hits Cnnhn, Williams.
Stolen liases Oleason. 3; Wlllkokl.
2; Fernandez. 2: Kokl. Mahclonn. Kaa
Double pin) s Hansmnn to Willis,
Kiwa to Olenson to Willis.
Struck, out Uy Kiwa. 4: b Honan.
Dases on balls By Kiwa. 2; by Ho
Hit by pltiher Dy Kiwa. 1; by Ho
Passed balls By Dayton, 3. '
UmpiresJohn Wise and Chris
Scorer Lorrln Andrews.
John F. Bowler has the contract for
erecting the new office building of the
Honolulu Iron Works Co. on Nuuanu
street next the Foster building. He
has begun work on the foundations.
The offices will occupy the ground
noor. un ine seeonu noor win be a
show room for plumbing goods, pipe
Excavating lias begun on tho Cowes
lot in Hotel street, next the Y. M. C. A,
building, for a business block to be
erected by nk Frear.
Ground hoq heen cleared on the lot
formed) occupied by tho town resi
dence of the late Chas. Tv Gullck, In
King street, for the erection of a hand
some three-story brick building by
Lewors & Cooke.
HAWAIIAN TOBACCO CO., Ltd.,
Corner Merchant and Nuuanu Stm.,
mImo HOTEL. ST.. opponlto Bethel.
Hawaiian EngineeriDg and Construction Go.
ROOMS 503, 509. 510 STANGENWALD BUILDING.
P. O. BOX 834. TEL. MAIN 70
All classes of Engineering Work solicited; Examinations; Survey and Re
ports made tor any class ot 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, High ways, Founda
tions, Piers, Wharves, etc.
Special attention given to Examinations, Valuations, and Reports) Of
Properties for Investment purposes.
FREDERICK J. AMWEO. M. AIL Soc C. B..
Engineer and Manager.
W. R. CASTLE JR.. Secretary and Treasurer.
A MAN IN ARKANSAS
Could not repair his roof when it
rained and would not In fair weather
because it did not need It.
OO N'T bo uncomfortable during the
warm weather, when we can furnish
you with either desk or celling fans at
GOOD IN THE. HOME AND
OOOD IN THE OFFICE.
They will create a delightfully cool
breeze and keep away mosquitoes.
Regular $20.00 desk fans for. . .$18 00
Regular 9SC.00 celling fans for. . 40 M
KING 8T NEAR ALAKEA.
The Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.,
Metropolitan Meat Co.,
Fresh Meats and Pish 91
by Every Steamer
From the Coast that has Cold Storage.
We would like to have you call and
inspect this stock. : : : : t
i O. SEKOMOTO,
f l-i Motel Street, near Nuuanu.
General Merchandise Dry Goods, Groceries
Japanese Provisions, etc
STAOOON BLOCK, MEROHAA T hIREET.
iP . O- Box 880 atalrL 2IB 1
A meeting of the directors of the
Merchants' Association was hem Sat
urday afternoon, when the names of
eeeral flrms appljlng formcmbershlp
were submitted. The matter will be
considered at n general meeting ot ilm
association to bo calleil soon. The
question of appealing the Income tax
decision to the United States Supreme
Court or i.ie Circuit Court of Appeals,
was discussed. The president stated
that Investigations were being made by
I the attornejs In the case. If It was
decided that there was good ground for
an appeal, such action would be taken.
1 Paln-KIUer. the old and well known
remedy has acquired n world-wide re
nown for the cure of sudden colds,
coughs, ilc, weak stomach, Indigestion,
cramp or pain In the stomach, bone)
complaint, diarrhoea nnd djsentery. It
has lost none of Its good name bv re
peated trials, but continues to occupf J
a prominent position in etrrr ram v
medicine chest. Aiold substitutes, thcra
Is but one Paln-Klllcr, Perry Davli.'
I Price -5c and 50c.
Among the nrrfraU from Maul ports
In .the Claudine Sunday nere the fol
lowing: It. R Derg. J. I). Holt. W. O.
ilyman, P. M. Hatch, Rev, J, K. Keklpl,
S. T. Alexander. C. P. Orlmwood, II.
Howell, E. L. Cutting and E. A. P.
I New comb.
Choice Beef, Veal, Mutton,
Lamb and Pork always
Also Poultry, Salmon and Halibut.
FOR 8ALB AT
The Metropolitan Market, King St., Tel. 4$.
The Booth, Flshmarket, Telephone 379.
Central Market. Nuuanu St., Telephone 104.
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Dividend and Surrenders ., 1 5,699, tji.)7
Manager for Hawaiian UUnJs.
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CAPITAL STOCK $200,000.00.
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