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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU. II. T., MONDAY, OCTODER 21, 1901.
Won $90,000 Stake.
New York, Oct. 8. Clarciico II .
Mackay's Heno, second choice at 3 to
1, won the rich $20,000 Matron stakes
at Morris Park today. Ho made most
of tho running and won cleverly from
William C. Whitney's Yankee, the Fu
turity winner. The race wan toe
feature event of tho opening day of
tho Westchester Racing Association's
fall meeting and a big crowd was In
attendance. The track was fast. The
Matron event was run as the third
race, and sixteen high-class youngsters
faced the starter.
FOB SALE EVERYWHERE !
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AT LITTLE PRICES
The kinds that last a long time and give
21x48 51.20 per dozen.
22x45 M5 per doren.
20x34 $1 20 per doen.
22x47 $1.40 per dozen.
19x39 extra heavy, $2 10 per dozen.
18x29 51.40 per dozen.
18x36 $ 1.65 per dozen.
22x44 $2.65 per dozen.
LOOK IN THE WINDOW. '
25c PER YARD. We have just opened
out 'a Very wide rang.; of these excellent
materials, so suitable and serviceable for
skirts, waists and dresses. The designs
are all new, and comprise the very latest
patterns in polk'a dots, stripes and figures.
Sachs' Dry Goods Co., Ltd,
WAILUKD KEEPING UP
A DISTRESSING PACE
Sebraeder Rolls of Hotel Veranda
and Japanese Under Car
Mr Baldwin's Narrow
Walluku, Oct. 19. There have been
several serious accidents on Maul this
Vceek and one proved fatal. Last lion
day. O. D. Sebraeder. of the Schracder
hotel, rolled over tho front verandah
of his hotel with another man on top
of him. Mr, Schracder dislocated both
his wrists besides having a very big
cut on his left car nnd several Bears
on his head. Dr. Wcddick Is now at
tending to the wounds 01 the Injured
man. The man who rolled over Mr.
Schracder and canned this very unfor
tunate accident, was slightly Intoxicat
ed. Dr. Wcddick has hopes that Mr.
Hf 1 1 QUI
Walluku, Oct. 19. A big luau
S will be gUcn on Knahumanu
$ church grounds on Baturday, No- 'i
i vember 2d. Tickets ore being
sold and the proceeds wilt be do-
i voted to repairing the church and
$ also the town clock. The con-
? ventlon of the Maul pastors win
$ be held in Walluku on the follow-
f ing week. The luau Is an asaur
? cd success and It Is hoped money
enough will be made to put the
S old historic clock In good work-
i lng order for there Is hardly a
$ soul In Walluku who Is not ill- t
rectly benefited by the clock when
S It Is In running oder.
$.$$$. 3. $j3.$5. sf $$
hel am also faring very well andthelrj
numerous mends hope to see them out
KEPOIKAI'S MEN MARE
CATCH OF THE SEASON
Fish and to Spare in Wailuku and
Kahului Homes Repoikai
A meeting of tho Hawaiian Associa
tion Football League wan held In the
hall of the Scottish Thistle Club Sat-
j.,r.n,i, .111 't,.,ii thni.h niihn.mh urday evening. A number of the fore-
he considers him very badly hurt.
most players In the cltv were present.
U a. Illackman presided. Mr. Cock
burn reported that the committee ap-
nnlnlnit ft tlin last mnnllnir tn onltnnt
trustworthy employes on the Kahului ,llD8Cr,ptong nm, purclnsc a challenge
On the same Monday afternoon,
Asaokn, one of the oldest and most
railroad, was run over by the engine.
tho wheels passing over both his legs
trophy had the necessary tunds In hand
or promised and that the trophy, con
. ni nrnrniBBn hum inni. iiii iniiniv i-iiiia
and hands. ASooka was attending to .,..,, ,.,1.nm. .nvor ,.,, wni,i
IIia Imnlrna HI Ilia tlMA ikn flAnMlltil . -
happened but the engineer did not see
him go under the engine until It was
be procured by W. L. Haw Icy In San
Francisco. This report was accepted
and a vote of thanks awarded the com-
Agents for Sterling
Angle Lamp Co.
Qlant Powder Co.
and Roche Harbor
A LAROP SHIPMENT
Backets aid Tiks
Agate aid Tiiware
Lanis aid Shelf Hardware
Traits aid Dress Slit Cases
THEO. H. DAVIES & CO., Ltd.
HAWAIIAN TOBACCO CO., Ltd.,
Cornsr Merchant and Nuuanu 8ta.,
nlwo HOTEL. ST., opposite. Bsthl.
too late. Tho injured man 'was brought i,,-.
up 10 in oiu.ui.uu mnimui wuero u., . .nmml,.p f fnilr un. nncnlntcd
pounds were nresscd On Thursday! , d h besl m(,ang of formlnK
Dr. Weddlck amputated the lacerated new c,ubs and (0 a(hao ie .ue ot
limbs but Asaoka died In the after-,,,. .,,, , . ,J ,, i,i,i
The funeral took place yester-1 , rv.mi.., . n, .,bn
day. Coroner Baldwin has summoned ,-,'. th. commtee arc as fol-
a coroner's Jury for next Monday to .,. .. ., A,,rn nn...
investigate Into tho muse of the nccl-. ., ' . ' Vr ' n,nVmiln ,..
fienl. I Mlnjil.il an av.nfllMn mnmlwr ftf th
On last Tuesday Hon. II. P. Baldwin eommjtte0
was driving towards Spreekelsvllto ., .,,, n,P ,. ...
when his horse stumbled and Mr. Bald- wlfR wer appontod' t0 whlM tne next
w.u imuwu u,.lu . .uu. .m mw,ltnR t0 the most gtabie me-
horse running away with the buggy. m(,nt0 wnch thc ,ea5U0 coul(, a1snrd l0
Mr. Baldwin was found later but not thc nd,vWu mcm,)cra of tno cimra.
very much injured. He received sev- . ienm
eral bruises on his face but none ot , , .
the Injuries are considered serious.1
The mnnv friends of Maul's nhllanthro-' BORN.
plst are happy at the thought that ha HAOLUNIJ In. this cit). October 19,
came out with a few scratches as he did 1901. to the wife ot Capt. J. F. Hag
and Mr. Baldwin congratulates himself lund, a son.
on his lucky escape. CHUN HOON In this city, October SO,
Tho llttlo Japanese lad who was run 1901. 'to the wife of William Chun
over by ono of the cars at Spreckels- Hoon, a daughter.
villa several weeks ago Is setting alone I8ENBEHO Jn San Franqlsco. Octo
very well at Present Nat Black of ber 9. .1901. to the wife of H. Ale-
Spreckelsvllle and Islle Scott of Kl' ander Isenborg, of Honolulu, a son,
Walluku, Oit. 19. Hon. A. N. Ke
polkal's fishermen at Kahului mado
two big hauls of halalalu or young
akulcs on Tuesday and Wednesday of
this week. On the first day the amount
rcillzed from the sale of the fish was
near!) $300, celling a dozen for a quar
ter. Tho biggest haul of the season was
on Wednesday. Notwithstanding tne
net parted from thc weight of the fish
and nearly one-thlnl of the catch was
lost, jet from what was left nearly
$200 was realized selling lit $3 per bag
(bran). At Honolulu prices that last
I11111I would hne realized In the neigh
borhood of flCM.11 or eight hundred dot.
lars. but the maikct on Maul for such
an extraordinary big haul is limited,
heure the big sacrifice In tho sale, more
especially when Mr. Kcpotkal did not
care to have fish rot on his hanus.
Highly elated over thc unusual suc
cess of his fishermen, Mr. Kepolkal
gae n luau at his Kahului fishery on
Thursday to commemorate the ccnt.
and a large number of friends rallied
to the Imitation. A ery cnuable
time was spent li the fortunate ones
who one and all pronounced the luau
n great success, and wished Mr. Kepol
kal many more big hauls In tho not
ory distant future, almost every
house In and around Walluku Is now
supplied with dried fish to last them
St. Petersburg. Oct. 10 Tne press
here Is harmonious couccrnlng the
situation in Afghanistan. The 8et
today expresses unhesitatingly the
thoughts that others voice less out
spokenly. The Svet demands the occu
pation of Herat and perhaps also ot
other Important frontier points until
Afghanistan Is completely tranqutllz
ed, remarks that the moment is propi
tious for a courageous advance and
says that England cannot bfc allowed
to annex Afghanistan.
"Russia does not desire war against
India," tho Sct adds, "since India
would bring only anuojance. But Rus
sia requires peace on her Central Asian
frontiers. If Russia controlled Afghan
istan peace with England would be as
sured." All the papers agree that Russia
must counteract British designs.
ALAKBA ST., NEAR KING.
Everything Very Touching.
Beautiful garden scene containing coffee trees in full bearing, bananas
and pineapples, all InslJe. Eve-ybnxly Invited.
Evening Bulletin 75c pen month
Metropolitan Meat Co.,
Fresh Meats and Pish fl
by Every Steamer ,
From the Coast that has Cold Storage.
Choice Beef. Veal. Mutton.
(f Lamb and Pork always
Also Poultry, Salmon and Halibut. '
FOR 8ALB AT
The Metropolitan Market, King St., Tel.
1 he Booth, Fishmatket, Telephone 379.
Central Market, Nuuanu SI., Telephone 104.
WELL WORDED WANTS IN
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' A beautiful aricj dainty ussortment.
We would like to have you call and
inspect thisstock. : : : : :
14 Hotel Street, item Nuuanu.
General Merchandise, Diy Goods, Groceries-
Japanese Provisions, etc
Toledo, O., Oct II. Cresceus this
afternoon lowered the world's trotting
record on a half-mile track one-quarter
of a Becond. The record wm pre
viously held by the same horse, hav
ing been made on the Toledo track a
jenr ago. It was 2:094.
As they made the turn Into th
homestretch for the first half nillo
there was deafening applause from tha
throng, but Cresceus only Increased bis
speed. They flashed under the wire at
the half Just one minute and four and a
I half seconds after tho word had boon
Hn trntlnl for thn benefit nf the. char- I vlvtm.
Itablo Institutions of the city, and more Thcthrec-quarter pole was reaensa
than 40.000 people gathered to sea him. at 1:384. Then they came Into the
Tbo receipts were 118,000. Cresceus streUh ngalo.'anrt the runned pushed
got a very slow start, and Mike the the lUlllon a llttlv harder, Ketcham
Tramp, the running mate, led Cresceus calling on him to eon greater exer-
to the first turn, when he milled out tlons and finally swung ,tne wnip over
and and Cresceus swung In the trail, his back, careful, however, that not
With the runaer at the wheel Cresceus even tie snapper touched the velvety
buckled down to tho work In hand. skin. The horses went uuder the wire
On they went In the same relative posl- In' 2:09H. whlcn Is thn fasteit rallo
tlons, and they passed the quarter In ever trotted on a ' half-mile
who appreciate the
VUSS CAROLINE fUSKINS
are cordially invited ,to inspect
specimens of her skill in her
reception room at the rear of
Art Stoie and
120 Hotel St
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