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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, II. T.. TUESDAY, SEPT. 17. 1901.
FOR SALE EVERYWHERE !
La Insular of America
Trade Mark Registered and owned by DAVID LAWRENCE & COMPANY.
99 Cent I -i?
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New White Dress (foods
With Lace Stripes
It is not often that the manufacturers strike such pleasing designs In
WHITE DRESS GOODS
as' they have done in the nevipatterns 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 beautiful new goods, you'll Uok 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 I 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 for $1.00'
Swiss Embroideries and Insertions
TO MATCH. All the latest patterns in every width.
Come and see something new. : : :
Sachs' Dry Goods Co., Ltd,
EX. 8HIP HENRY VILLARD
ROCHE HARBOR LIME
FOR THE WHOLE-SALE TRADE.
Also Big Shipment of CAL. RED BRICK.
THEO. H. DAVIES & CO., Ltd
A beautiful and dainty assortment.
We would like to have you call and
inspect this stock. : : : : :
I Hotel Street, near Nuunnu.
MURPHY CLUB MEETS
At a Jolut muetlnif of the directum
uf Murphy Club No. I lust evening, the
following resolution. Introduced by
Jcnn Sabate, wan uniinlmouiily ndupt-
Whercasfthe ubsocIiuIoii known M
the Francis Murphy Temperance clul)
Annotation anil tint association known
us the Francis Murphy Tcmiwrancu
Club, No. I, are two distinct nnd sepm
(it organizations, ami that Francis
Murphy Temperance Club No. 1 has no
charter or constitution; nnd,
Wbcreus, then- nr certain person
claiming to hold 'nRUc 'In thin club
under n certain Internment which pur
purls to be a charter -of the Frnncls
Murphy Temperance Association, but
which has never been adopted as the
charter of the Francis Murphy Club
No. 1', and which In truth and In fact.
Is not In. any wise binding upon tlm
members of this club; nnd.
Whereas, the close connection which
was supposed Iq exist between the two
associations has proved to be detrimen
tal to the cause of temperance; und.
Whereas, that the honored name of
our veteran and respected leader. Fran
cis Murphy, has been associated with n
scandal, which would not, nnd could
not, have existed If this club had been
Independent and self-governed;
Now, therefore, be It resolved, that
this club does hereby declare that ilie
said supposed charter of the Francis
Hiirimy temperance uiuo Association
is not tne cnartep.oi tne Krancls .Mur-
Four hundred members nnd attend
ants of the Anglican Church In Hawaii
hnve signed the following memorial to
the lit. Hcv. the House of lllsbops oT
the I'rolestnnt Kplscopal Church of thd
United States of America, which Is to
be forwarded to the convention of Am
erican lllshops to be held In Han Fran
cisco In October;
W'e the undersigned members or at
tendants of the Anglican Church In
Hawaii wllh deep nnd reverent respect,
beg to memorialize your HI. Hcv.
House, ns follows;
Whereas, the Church of Hnglund and
the Protestant Episcopal Ch'nrcb oi
Ame.'lca many years ago Jointly plant
ed an Angllcnn mission In the King
dcim of llnwnll under English Episco
pal supervision, later known as the
Anglican Church In Hawaii, und,
Whereas, the Hawaiian Islands now
form n Territory of the United States
of America, and
Whereas, the said Annlluin Church
In Hawaii Is now deprived of all sup
port and supervision by the. Church ot
Whereas, for many jears nnd from
rarlous cnuses, friction has to Impeded
the progress of the Anglican Church
In Hawaii, that n continuance of Its
present anomalous position enn only
result In alienating a large body of
loyal church people both ot old resi
dents and new, while Episcopal over
sight by the American c.hurch will
unify and consolidate church life anil
phy Club No. I, und that the persons' work In this Diocese;
claiming to hold office under It are not
the regular elected officers of this club;
He It further resolved, that such per
sons claiming to hold office under the
supposed charter of the Francis Mur
phy Temperance Club Association bo
requested to account tn this club for ull
Therefore, we, your petitioners, hum
bly pray that your lit. Rev, House as
sembled In general, convention In San
Francisco, will, during the present sei
slon. take measures to have, establish
ed In this Territory, the Protestant
Episcopal Church of the United States
of America, under American Episcopal
funds received nnd disbursed by them J supervision, which action, wn arc a
from the date of organization to Au-isured, will result In activity nnd
gust 1, 1901. He It further I growth In church life nnd work. At-
Resolved, that this club proceed to though, owing to our present uncertain
the election of n temporary president,
l temporary treasurer nnd a temporary
secretary, nnd that the temporary
treasurer be authorized to receive nil
pdsltlon, we are unable to state defi
nitely what nmnunt wo can provide lo-
nil)- townri) the stipend of the Ulshop
whether resident or non-resident that
funds now In the hands of nny person, limy be appointed to this Diocese by
or persons claiming to hold the same the American Church, yet wo are pro-
for the benefit of this club; nnd be It ' pared to guarantee that that amount
further shall not fall below the proportion that
Resolved, that after Oils club has Is due from us towards such stipend:
elected temporary nfllcers that pcrma-1 And your petitioners will over pray.
in-ui urKuiuztuiun oe cnecteu as soon
as possible under a constitution nnd
by-laws, the same to bo adopted by
FranclH Murphy Club No. 1.
HAWAIIAN TOBACCO CO., Ltd.,
Corner Merchant and Nuunnu Sts..
aimo HOTEL. ST., oppott Bthl.
Hawaiian Engineering and Construction Go.
ROOMS 508, 505. 510 STANGENWALD BUILDING.
P. O. BOX 834.
TEL. MAIN 70
All classes of Engineering Work solicited; Examinations, Surrey and Re
ports "mado 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, Highways, Founda
tions, PTers, Wbarres, etc.
Special attention given to Examinations. Valuations, and Reports of
Properties for Investment purposes.
FREDERICK J. AMWEO, M. AM. Boc C. &,
Engineer and Manager.
W. R. CASTLE JR., Secretary and Treasurer.
A MAN IN ARKANSAS
Could not repair bis roof when it
rained and would not In fair weather
because It did not need It.
OONT be uncomfortable during the
.warm weather, when we can furnish
you with either desk or celling fans at
GOOD IN THE HOME AND
GOOD IN THE OFFICE.
They will create a delightfully cool
breeze and keep away mosquitoes.
Regular 120.00 desk fans for. . .916 00
Regular $56.00 celling tans for. . 40 W
KING ST., NEAR ALAKEA.
Honolulu, Allg-Scpt, A. D. 1901.
WOMAN BADLY INJURED
Mrs. Ilellmore. who lives In one of Overt ure-The King's Lieutenant
. Hotel Band Concept.
! The baud wllpplny the following se
lections at n concert at the Hawaiian
hotcl this evening, beginning nt 7:30
I Part I.
the cottages of ti.e Sanitary Steam
Laundry In Kewalo, met with a very
bad accident between 10 and 11 o'clock
tiunday night. She wulked out of the
house with the Intention of going
downstairs. It was very dark nnd she
miscalculated tier distance, coming
upon the steps unawares. j
Mrs. Ilellmore fell headlong and,
being iiutte n heavy woman, the result
was disastrous. In the fall, she broke Selectlon-A Runuway'oirl..Monckton
Finale Carmen Illzct
Selection The l.ombardlans ..., Verdi
(a) Kapllina. .
Mlss J. Keiltan.
(e) Aloha no Wau.
(d) Moanl ke Ala.
three ribs, her collar bone nnd her
ut.m.tili... Ilnnlili. ..il.. ..f?k ..-.I ..
p-.vu,ui;i. iivmiii-n nun, biiu wiMlutlt'U yilltZ'
ner neau quite muliy. The members of
Fantasia The Czarina (lilnne
Auduluslun Love Dreum..
.1... -...ti . . - . .
im-iuuin) .ru uurucuu uy me soiinu March Ma Illusbln Rosle..Stromberg
of the fnl und ran out to find the poor , Tlle Hlar Hpanglcd Banner,
woman lying unconscious, I , , ,
Dr. Henry W. Howard was at onro TllP arcat Fnmy M,,,lno t
telephoned for and the woman's In- ge! For sore throat, gargle the
Juries wcro attended to. She Is getting 'throat with u mixture of I'AIN-KII.1-
along very well. Thero are no' Inter
nal Injuries and she. will mend rapid
Ell find water, ami the relief is Imm,
dlntn, and cure positive. It should not
ha forgotten that the Palu-Klllcr Is
equally as good to take Internally as to
use externally. Avoid substitutes, tlu-ro
Is but one Paln-Klltcr, Perry Davis'.
Price 25c and 50c.
There Is room for two more ladles of
the Y. W. ('. A. nt the home of Mrs.
Mary Wilcox, Walklkl. The ladles
Who hnve taken advantage of the kind When the miMiiiUoes are oxterml
offer of Mrs, Wilcox to "stay nt her natcd you will still find the Honolulu
home for a few days by way of an out-, Photo Supply Co, doing tho best print
ing, are having a most delightful time, lug and developing In the city.
The Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.,
Metropolitan Meat Co.,
Freeh Meats and Pish ' m
by Every Steamer "
From the Coast that has Cold Storage.
Choice Beef, Veal. Mutton,
flV Lamb and Pork always
Also Poultry. 8almon and Halibut.
The Metropolitan Market, King St., Tel. 45.
FOR 8ALB AT The Booth, Fishmarket, Telephone 379.
Central Market. Nuuanu St., Telephone 104.
THE GERMAN!! LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
OF NEW YORK.
Paid to Policy Holders since i860 for Death Claims, J24.j7j.4fi9.65
For Matured Policies 7,507,608.17 '
Dividends and Surrenders .. ; i),0oo,i4.j7
B M METT M A Y,
Manager for Hawaiian Isl.nJs. JUDD BUILDING.
THE MIER CO., LTD;"
J. P. McCOY, PrcHldcnt,
CAPITAL STOCK $200,000.00.
Tho nnlv Inaiirnnnn rnmnoiv In tin-. u-n.t.i i-.... i ni i ...
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Follcles contain all modern nd ventages of the endowment and otbar
forms lusucd by the leading American companies.
Governed by the safest Insurance systems. Tho pioneer Cblntse-Amerf-'
TEL. MAIN 75.
"HOME OFFICE, 301-302 Stsngen wald Building, Honolulu, T. H.
General Merchandise, Dry Goods, Groceries.
Japanese Provisions, etc
hfAGOON BLOCK, A1ER0UAKT STREET.
Is . O- Bos: 886 CalTL 2iky
GOO KIM, 1U6 Nuuanu St.
New Lino ol European Goods.
Gontlemen's, Lndlet' nnd Children's llatH.
ChlncAe Grutui Linen, all colortt.
Drcsa Good, Pongee 8llkti.
MBRCHAN T TAILOR, A large variety of cloths made up In ths
P. o. 801 nt.
VI7"I3XrC3r WO CHAN
THE OLDEST CH.. 'SE FIRM IN HONOLULU.
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