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on ice TtirmoM i,
SfcVZKANCE IIUIIDINCI. IIILU. HAWAII.
PROBLEMS FOR THE
PRICE . .
nvRNiNn nui.M:TiN, Honolulu, ii. t.. baichdav, nov. i. ioi
! Cent I
The reputation of Sachs' Ii to well
established for everything that stands
for reliability that prices quoted can
always be considered as meaning ex
tra full value for the money.
HERE ARE INSTANCES:
Flannels and Flannelettes
Our assortment of these scnsonablo
goods Is wonderfully complete.
Flannelettes 15 yds. for $1.00.
Flannelettes 10 yds. for $1.00.
Flannelettes 8 yds. for $1.00.
White Flannels. tin especially good
Keep off chills during the rainy season
or In fact any time. If you need blan
kets now come In and see what we
have. You are sure to find what you
want at a reasonable price.
All communications In this column to lie nddrcsred to Chess IMttor, liven
Ins tliillctln, P. O. tlox "IS, Honolulu. Contributions mid solutions of prob
lems should reach tlio editor before Thursday noon of rach week.
Mr. Mtiller, llnnn. Ilecelved torieit solution of Problem No. 50 I.i-t
n henr from ou ngnln.
Solution of Problem No. 311. Q Kt fi.
proul12.m no. oh.
comp08ci) for evuning ijulllitin hy ii. w. bakry.
2i yards square
White with striped colored borders
2 yards square
Gray with striped colored borders
2i yards square
Brown with striped colored borders
2j4 yards square
Red with blue stripe border
MV 1 D1m1 i Nothing but good can be said of these
sYY00l DianKetS blankets. They ire white with pretty
stripe colored border all wool full size double and as for prices, they
tell their own story $6.oo to $10.00 per pair
Wo might nlso mention CHILDREN'S COATS. Wo havo too many of
them and don't want to carry them over to another season; consequently
tho prlcea havo been greatly reduced. If Interested, ask to sco. thoso
COATS FOR CHILOREN. It will pay you.
That ALL-WOOL BLACK CHEVI OT. CO Inches wide. Is not all gone yet.
Tho price still remains nt $1 per yard, which Is tdmply ridiculous for this
i lass of goods in reality worth $2.r.O per yard. Wo bought It beforo tho duty
was raised. Hence our prlco of $1 per yard.
Sachs' Dry Goods Co., Ltd,
Wk 6 teJ Wm Wb
r&M. & wM Wm Wm
I fir -M i IP 1 SI
$M && i M i W)
ABB? ffl SP PP
vm fmh mm
A prominent MontfrattWcjtnan. tin Itrv. JfnM
11 Dltnn, Hector Ft Jinle tn! Hon. Cmmn of
ChrUt Church CVllin rl, urttw- "I'ifrnit me to
cm1 fnn a tew lint In ttroncljr rwMiipU'i.d
1'rnitr PatiVPah-Kiilii!. I uaic tiwiltt wlih
Mttcfactluu for tliirtj'fl- )rw. It l prrparft
tlon Mch lrcrvr full jml'lk coiiRdrnce."
HAWAIIAN TOBACCO CO.,
Corner Mercluint unil Nuiiiinu StH.
O. Hot 079.
A Mff curi- for
Two HtM, eve. nnd !Ur.
Y!n Ii nnlr one I'nln-Kllu -. Perry Dnvls.'
WIIITi: AMTLS IN TWO MOVLS.
Ilclow Is tho fourth gnme In tho Ja
cobs-MacLeod match. Heoio unci notes
from tho Leader. via "Outhriiin."
GAME NO. 54.
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23 U Q7
:, It K2
i5 K 112
7 Kt 113
23 K K K ht 1
24 II K fi
25 Q It Q 1 ch
20 I' It G
27 II Q7ch !
MUCH TO SECRETARIES
to wlu the
K'b Illshop by K K 2. Tho text
move Is best ulvlnK uu outlet to
7 I' 11 I
S Kt K2
to play for Kings
We have now a largo stock of tho
ubovo on hand.
CEMENT ROOFING affords thor
ough tiro protection to tho building
nml Is a non-conductor ot heat and
No rusting, decaying, warping,
cracking or molting; always flexiblo,
quickly and easily applied.
l'tire water flowing from tbo root
can bo used for domestic purposes.
Can bo applied on old shtngleB or
mctnl roof. Wind nnd flro proof. For
flat or steep surfaces.
Wc solicit your enquiries and will
promptly furnish any information desired.
S 11 Q 3
a (j Ktr.
1(1 U 114
11 U 112
13 11 1J 1
14 II U 4
IE II KtB
Hi It K I
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10 Kt 114
12 ! 0 3
li 11 Kt 3
H Kt Kt 3
11 q 0 2
17 II x (!
19 K 112
K II 1 Is best at this point. Main
taining thu i'uwu to tlio good, and
Mack can quickly get his King's
Hook Into play by I' K 3. K Kt 1
nnd K II 2 with n superior game.
Whlto remarked ufterwunls had
K 11 1 been played, ho could only
havo played for a draw. Muck
had tho sklttlo sacrificing focr In
his brain that lost him nn oppor
tunity to nt least draw.
2" 11 K7ch 20 K K13
21 IUII 21 Kxll
22lt.KtI'ch 22 K 113
Ma rs ft na to to p a na a M P-i P.;
MUSIC AT PUNAIIOU.
THEO. H. DAVIES & CO., Ltd.
sound nfterwanlK by sccral of the
oulnokers, Including Mr. Jellett, tho
well-known St. I'nul expert.
2S It x It 28 11 x It
29 Kxll ?'i x I' eh
30 K 0 3 JO K n I
31 Kt 112 31 ltxl
32 It K Kt I ! 32 I' q II 4
33 I' II 4 33 V K It 4
31 I II n 34 I nr.
3fi ! q Kt 4 3,-. I ( Kt 3
Sfi I'-O H 4 31! It X Kt
1'rointslng, but not sound. The
sacrificing mania hud gotten hold
of Mack and that Is nil there was
nbout It. White's correct play only
keeps Mack from drawing or win
37 Kxll 37 Pxl'
3S K 0 3 38 P It I
29 It Kt8 39 P KC
40 It Kt 1 40 P II 0
41 K K3 II I' It 7
12 It Kill 42 P 117
43 II q t !
42 K K 4
41 KxP 41 P queens
4.1 11 xq 4,-. K 5
4C II q II 1 4'1 P Kt C
17 K K 2 !
Ah! if that King had been hut
;i little further to tho King's side
Muck's sacrificing would not
hate been fo futile!
4S Il-qKtl 4S K II fi
49 K-q 1 J!l K Kt i
r.u K q 2 ri k it n
61 K 112 M Hi-signs
Time of gnme. 3:10,
i to Ps Pa Pa Pa P-a to "a Pi P-a pj P4
FRANCIS MURPHY CLUB.
A beautiful nnd 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
On Saturday evening next, the
Oihu College department of music will
give n concert in Pauahl hall unckr
the direction ot Prof, llallaieytis. The
following program ban been nrrunged:
Overture Magic Flute Mozart
Two pianos Miss Oertrudo Drown,
Dagmnr Sorcnson, Sarnch Lyman i
nnd Kvclyn Nichols.
Chorus Tho Voyagers Fauro
Violin Anilnnte Dancl.t
MIsh Florence Hall.
Voonl Rong of Mlgnon Thomas
Miss S.'irnr I.ymnn.
Tluno Mazurka op. CI Godurd
Miss Gcrtrudo nrown.
Chorus i:bh nnd Flow ,, Oliver King
Two Pianos Second Symphony. ..
.Misses Drown, SorcnRon, Lyman and
Vocal In Spring Gounod
Miss Florcncu Hall.
Piano Nocturne op. 9 No. 2.... Chopin
Mies S.irati Lyman.
Violin One Fete nu College.. Fuuchcs
Mr, Joseph Decker,
Piano Duet Marcln Fantnstlca.nerglel
Miss I).igmar Sorensou and Mr,
ChoniK Ilrldal Chorus from "The
rtORcmnlclcn" Cow en
Accompanist, Miss Gertrude Drown.
Somewhat Different to Methods
Former PresidentsWill Make
Strong Appeal for Irrigation
of and Lands,
Washington, Nov. 2. President
Koosuvclt's determination to lenvo thu
details of the work of the Government
tor the secretaries of thu several de
partments to touch upon In their an
nual reports ami to coulluo his annual
mi'PK.nje to Congress to certain topics
which he desires to vmpnnslze, nat
urally causes considerable comment
becuuse It ts au innovation that Is
likely to bo an Improwmcnt. The
great trouble with tno annual Presi
dential messages has been that they
dltcusscd so many questions and weie
so long thut tuu utcrugo citizen and
member ot the llotibu or Scuatu ob
untied but n hazy idea of wnat the
Piesldent wn9 drlWug at, matters of
thu greatebt Importance being engulf
ed by tile mass ot details wnlch cub
turn has required thu 1'rcsluent tu
Onu of Theodore ltoosevell's pro
nounced characteristics Is independ
ence and tho hnblt of taking thu
shortest method ol reaching a desired j
result. Precedents, whllo not over
looked, hao not been permitted to
hold blm to tho ordinary course. In
his message, tho President will taku
up tboso questions that seem to him
o: thu greatest Importance and Iny em
pbasis upon them, making his sugges
tions and recommendations v. Ith lorce
and lgor. Thus, his drat messagu to
C'ougress ts certain to bo more wldcl
read tlmu otherwise, and tho points ho
regards as Important will bu under
Stcod and have n better chanco of re
ceiving dun consideration. It Is like
ly tlierelorc, that when this message
1 1 read tho aerago Senator or Mem
bet ot tho House will pay close alien
tlun, Instead ot IcaUug the chumbel
or drowsing over It.
It bas been said, In tho comment
made on this nuw departure, thai
other Presidents have not written nil
of their messages, but havo Incorpor
aled in them tho gist of the depart
mental reports. To a large degree that
Is so, but William Mchiulcy, whlln
President, was not accustomed to ac
cent tlio abstracts mado by his Cabl
net. He, In fact, almost invarlaoly ro-
ii iVWi'' Yi Mm
Z4 : lU Y UJA'
"If you don't uaut whiskey to get the best of you, ou must'gtt
the best of whiskey."
" I do lady, but when a fellow's only got a nickel he can't buy
W. C. Peacock & Co., Ltd,, 2J'ntfc
Thu Francis Murphy Club No. 1
will give its regular Saturday even
ing entertainment In queen Emma hnl wrote them nnd condensed them fur
this evcnlnz at tho usual time. Mr. ther. Ho did not write all of his mes
Patten, the Impersonator, will assist. "nS wl' "la nnnd. '"'t everj thing
There will be several musical num- ntalned In them had been mado hU
hers and a comedy keteh entitled jl&2r& SS
That Hftecn Cents.' la addition to ry ionB, wt.rt. Bplendld documents,
this, thn ladles' auxiliary will serve brief histories of tho Government for
hot coffee and cake or sandwiches for tho preceding jcar. They ranK with
tho sum of fifteen cents, this for the the best of 'Presidential papers.
Gambrinus Saloon A
ALAKBA ST., NEAR KING.
Everything Very Touching.
Beautiful g.tnlcn scene containinc coffee trees in full bearing, bananas
and pineapples, all InsiJe. EveryboJy invited.
Evening Bulletin, 75c per month
Metropolitan Meat Co.,
Fresh Meats and Pish
by Eixry Steamer
From the Coast that has Qold Storage.
Choice Beef, Veal. Mutton.
Lamb and Pork always
purpose of assisting the organization
In Its work. The proceeds from the
mle of refreshments will go toward
furnishing tho ladles' room. Coffee Is
to bo a permanent Institution at thu
club, although for tho present, It will
be served only on Saturday evenings.
A polut upon which It Is expected
that President Itooscvelt will Iny em
phasis Is thu Irrigation ot the arid
lands of tho West. Knowing thu
West. Its needs, peculiarities, thu da
llcultles tho peoplo must contend with
and, In Its general history, better than
most of tho people who live there,
.Mr. HooFOV'clt Is In a position to speak
v;Hli convincing lorco on matters that
pertain to It. Judging by his con
sultation with i:iwod Mend, the Irrl
JnpnncKc Benevolent Society.
At tho lust Illl'fllllL' nf thn Aitvlarirv
Commltco otf tho Japanese flencvolcnt Ration export of tho Department of
society, tho following were elected
Kb tiustcea for the Japanese Charity
MAGOON BLOCK, MERCHANT STREET.
Sosz 886 3a,ixi.
GRASS LINEN Embroidered Table Covers In All Colors.
HEAVY PONGEE SUITINGS.
CHINESE SILK CREPE CAPES AND SHAWLS.
FINE GRASS LINENS, All Colors.
All Kinds of Staple and Fancy EUROPEAN GOODS.
NUUANU STREET, above Hotel.
Hospital: Hon. illkl Salto, T, MatBU
oka, K. Kobnynshl, Ur. I. Katsukl and
1 W. Motoshlge. The Jilvlsory Commit
tie of tho society consists of tho fol
lowing: M. Chlja, II. Ilnmano, Y, III-
rose. Dr. K. Halda. K. J. Imanlshl, Ilev.
K. Imamura, K. Kobajashl, Dr. I. Knt
Biikl, l)r, T. Katsuniimn, U, Kobay
ashl, K. Kawasaki, I. Kato, T. Mittsu
oka, Dr. T. Mltamura, Itov. O. Moto
kawa, Y. Masumoto, llev. a. Moto-
Agrkiilltiie.iho will tecomuiend Con
KtcEblounl action looking to thn estab
lishment) of n general irrigation sys
tem for tho nrld lands of tho WVbL n
vsork thnt can bo regarded ns being
ns much tho duty of tho (Invcrnmont
as Is tho Improvement of tho rivers
nnd harbors of tho country, upon
which millions arc expended every
Also Poultry, Salmon and Halibut.
FOR SALE AT
The Metropolitan Market, King St., Tel. 4$.
The Booth, Fishmarket, Telephone 379.
Central Market, Nuuanu St., Telephone 104.
THE EVENING BULLETIN
S.-S. --su. :
THU OLDUST HAWAIIAN DAILY PAPER
A KLONDIKE I OK AUVHtlStUJ Jtjtjtjtjljljljtt
SIMPLICITY Oi-' SCIHNCi:,
Ikuvva, Y. Masumoto, W, Motoshlge, A.
Tho basic Industry of this country k. Oawn, Dr. U. Ogawa, M. Salto, Ch.
Is ugrlculturo. In 1800 tliero were I.- siiloawa. Y. Huga and M. Sakuraga
EGt.CIl farms In tho country. There tt.
are today GJOO.OOO and over, showing
nn Incienso in ten yenrs of nearly 1,
110,000 farms. This Increase has
arisen from two causes tho settle
ment of flovernmcnt lands nnd tho di
vision of great farms. Wo used to ho
told, ten or fifteen jcars ago, that tho
farms were being consolidated, and
that tho bonanza farm would bo that Borti
'"". , . '" """"" ""' Mr Ilellellehl
iojv, iiit-ru nits iieen n coiistuni (10
creaso In tho avcrnga slzo of farms; In
thnt year It was 203 acres; In 1890 It
was 137 acres.
Science is always simple. It's only
quackery that Juggles with jargon,
Mullcal treatment of tho past dealt
with "simples," the puro vegotable
remedies provided by nature Sugwn
la compounded of simples. It Is pure-
.vir. iieiicneiu-t m not superstl- ,y vegetable. It Is scientific, because
tlous gincrnlly. but I havo seen some u l8 based on tho known ctiratlvo pro
signs lately that I decidedly don't no- ,,crllcs of tho herbs, roots, barks nnd
iiviii III, 1
Mr, Illoomflehl What wero thcy7
V. O. Bos MS,
THE OLDEST CHi. ?SH FIRM IN HONOLULU.
CXtlfrt la F!e Sl'ki tad Grtu LIimbi. Cblmt tod JtpiocM Goodi ol All Klnl.
i-flii Nuudu itrtt.
Or. Pierce's elec
tric Hotly lluttvry
way whhO'UtrsI lvei
llgtte, S-nd f"r"Riole
trt o ' AJl'et
620 Mkct St.. S. H
Did )oii see thu new moon over your
left ftlmultlcr or something ol that
No; I went hunting
nml K.iw HlgnH Mirning' huntors to
Koen ava, lMttHhuiK Chronlclo Tele
rirify for Uonurrlia,
flwt, Hpermftior rhtet,
rtircf, or Kiir Ibilamnu.
ti'iu, irriikitun vt uiu ra
tion 01 pi uc 011 11 mem
MilU by JtruKghU.
or rnt in plain wrnrpr,
ly eirrttt. rrcrHlil. fat
I U( (IT a IHIUItf, J.I3.
iTSf TiuEvns CHiMiPtiCg.
c. s. i. Jm
gums which It contains. It is the
most (indent blood purillcr nnd b ood
builder known. Ninety per cent of
diseases arc curablo by tho prompt
nnd proper use of Sagvra. It expels
fiom tho blood nil corrupting nnd cor
roding elements and builds up n new
body with now blood. Thero Is no
substitute tor Kickapoo Indian Sag
va. Unburn Drug Co., ngmts for tho
Klcknpoa Indian Ilemedles.
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