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EVENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, H. T., SATURDAY, NOV. 23, 190b
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PROBLEMS FOR THE
PRICE . .
Now that Thanksgiving Day .Is ap-
proachlng, here are n few Items which
ought to Interest you:
Pull Bleached Table Damask, foifr handsome patterns to select
from, 70 inches wide, good value for 75c; our price, 45c per yd.
A better jcrade, 72 inches wide, for 60c per yd.
Others at 80c, $1, $1.25, $1.50 and $2.50 per yd.
Pull Bleached, 24x24 inches, $1,75 per dozen.
A Leader, 25x25 Inches, $2 25 per dozen, worth $3 00.
Extra Qualities, 25x25 inches, $3, $3.5, $4, $4.50
, j . . , , and $s per dozen
l-Tlnged Napkins, 75c, $1.35, and Si. 75 per dozen,
IN A PEW DAYS WK
WILL LLT YOU
KNOW ALL AtiOUT
WE ARE GOING TO
We havealo n good assortment of the
Shamrock Brand of Linens
In et for round, oval, long and hort
siiuare tible, with full fire nipUnti
300 Pleccw AsHorted
Dimities,Lawns and Batistes
reguhr value, 1 5c nnd 20c per yarJ, to cloe
at II for $1.00.
Sachs' Dry Goods Co., Ltd,
Wo have now a large stock of the
above on hand.
CEMENT ROOFING affords thor
ough flro protection to the building
and Is a non-conductor of heat and
No rusting, decaying, warping,
cracking or melting; always flexible,
quickly and easily applied.
Puro water flowing from the root
can bo used for domestic purposes.
Can be nppllcd on old shingles or
metal roof. Wind and flro proof. For
flat or steep surfaces.
We solicit jour enquiries and will
promptly furnish any Information desired.
THEO. H. DAVIES & CO., Ltd.
GRAND REMOVAL SALE
For one week only commencing Sat
urday, November 16, our entire stock
will be offered at reduced' prices on
account of removing to Robinson Blk.,
Hotel street, on Saturday, November
23. Give us a call and convince your
self of our low prices.
14 Hotel Street, near Nuutinu.
General Merchandise. Dry Goods, Groceries.
Japanese Provisions, etc
MAGOON BLOCK, MERCHANT STREET.
E3 . 0- Bex 886 Haira. 2l
GRASS LINEN Embroidered Table Covers In All Colors,
HEAVY PONGEE SUITINGS.
CHINESE SILK CREPE CAPE8 AND SHAWLS.
FINE GRASS LINENS, All Colors.
All Kinds of Staple and Fancy EUROPEAN GOOD8.
NUUANU STREET, aboVc Hotel.
P. O Box mi Til. it.
T&irj.jsrC3r wo osacA.iv
THE OLDEST CHi. V-SE FIRM IN HONOLULU.
Dttlm Ifl Flat Sllkt a4 (irau Llncni. Chtnitt tod Jipintit Good ot All Kto4i
tMH Numnu trt
WELL WORIJEI) WANTS IN
All communications to this column to lie addressed to Chops lMltor, liven
ing Bulletin, P. O. Vox 71S, Honolulu. Contributions and solutions of prob
lems should reach the editor before Thursday noon of each week.
Solution of Problem No. 32 received from 1). Lognn, 1. Q It 8.
We regret that through an error of ttio typist tho Problem publish
fd last week was given as n two-erj It Is a three-move problem, anil wo
consequently publish it again:
PROBLUM NO. ittl.
C0.MP08B1) FOR EVENING IsULLiiTIN UV II. W. BAKRV.
mk WA Mm.
Vtt'&Xi n rTK tZfolVt ffiXi
wi&m H m
B fit P& x h 1. $m
m wBJM m
Whatever vott drink out
side, let your home beer be
Sclilil. That is pure beer.
No bacilli in it nothing to
make von bilious.
lleer is ,1 saccharine pro
duct,: and the erins multiply
rapidly in it. The slightest
i.nni 01 iiiijuiriiy iinitKiy
ruins ils lie.illlifuluess.
We k " 'be utmost ex
tremes tu prevent that.
Cleanliness is a science
v here SchliU beer is brew id.
We even cool the beer in lit!
plate (;lass rooms in nothing
but filtered air.
WIIITI .UATLS IS TIINII- UJVIi.
filler tin beer,
And Sclililz beer is aged.
Tlic beer th.it makes you
bilioiii Is green beer,
When 3oi order a beer
foryourhoine.gct the health
fulness without tlie harm.
Gel a pure beer- get .111 old
beer- gi t ScliliU. Call for
the Dnuciy Holding.
HAWAIIAN TOBACCO CO., Ltd.,
Cornci' Mcpclinnt and Nuunnu Sta. P.O. Box 9T9.
ALAKBA ST., NEAR KING.
Everything Very Touching.
Beautiful garJen scene containing coffee trees In full bearing, bananas
anil pineapples, all inside. Everybody Invited.
Evening Bulletin, 75c per month
JUSTICE SCORED JURY
PRINCE, A OJRRY COOK
"Prime Itnnjt of llaluclilstnn." tho
mysterious Indian potentate who
aroused tin- curiosity of London by
his lavish luxury mid hnughly reserve,
and who was an object of great Inter
est in Montienl, turnH nut iiion bin
nrrlval In New York to be only a look,
tho cuny cook In Sherry's famous res-ground that such a vordltt waH utterly
laurniu. nc mis iccusnizeu as soon inaiicqiinio, i no aiunn liiKen uy .lim
ns ho struck tho American metropn-tke O'Cnrmnn Is said In be without
Ni-w VnrK. Nin. i:. -Justice O'flor
man. In the Supreme Court today, ofl
his own motion set naldo a tcrtlkt for
$300 In fnvnr of .Iiillus Wli.Hi-n. who
buoiI the Metroixilltnn mreet Railway
Conimii. for $15,non for the death o(
Ills 5-jinrolil son ljiroiue on the
Miuturli.iii ..i. i.ul
?l Kuutiuinrtnttt llotmlulu
I nil lor lltiom llnitlini:
lis as Joe Itanji Hmllc, whom linn
dreiU of New Yorkers Know well.
Joe, therefore, diopped Ills princely
mien nnd told the story of his travels,
which he iiinslilers a grent Jole. Ai
rnrdliiR to his nnrrutlw, his father,
who was wealthy, dleil, mid .loo iliti r
inlneil to trnel. Tho large retinue ho
took with htm, Initialing the dam lug
girl there wns so much talk nliout. led
precedent In the Nw York courts,
In setting aside, the vonllit tho Jus
tlce sold- "The. .tenllrt rendered In
this easo Is so grossly lnndeiuatii and
Itlileleusilile that It should not Vv nl
lowed to stand. The verdict Is pel.
erse und the dutnam'p arbitrarily ami
inprltlously tlxeil at suth a low- llguro
as to slunk the mural sense. Tne
plnliitln Is In no manner responsible
to tin1 tale that he was the html of ,101 this mlmarrlago of justice, and to
Metropolitan Meat Co.,
FrcBh Meats and Fish
by Every Steamer
From the Coast that has Cold Storage.
Choice Beef, Veal. Mutton,
Lamb and Pork always
some principality soniowliere. Joo
hud to make no effort to establish the
ATTM THE FIRMI
Indianapolis, No It. -At tho mi
tlonnl (omeiitlon of tho Knights of
Also Poultry, Salmon and Halibut.
The Metropolitan Market, King St., Tel. 4$,
FOR SALE AT . 1 he Booth, Fishmarket, Telephone J79.
Central Marfcet. Nuuanu St., Telephone 104.
uiiiNPM' uMiH n u niuiiii)n ni Hemnc i ..I.,.- .,... r -i ,.....- ... .
ie widltl aside and grnntlng n new mn ui n,..n. .,.t.. i 1.1
rlnlni himself. He kept mum nnd the tilal Is to emphnsUo the wiong to , "" U,,c,, ;0I sled large v
newspapers did it nil. To be sure tlmlwIiUh the Jur) lias already sul.Jeitcd of nn nttncI; n tllo mcrcnn Kcdern-
nirelgiionice Issued a stntenientthatil.ini. tlon of Labor The general cxecutho
there Is no "Prime of Ilaluthlstnn. uininilttio nnd Kccreinrv.TrL-iaiirnr
I, l ll,, .11,1 ., I.nr.n. II... n.il.tl,. In. . IIII11I1IIIM.I! IU1U MCrillir) 1 ri.lSUrOt
but thnt did no harm; thu pablle In
slsted nn regarding hlM as n poten
lute mid ngreed he was traveling In
cog. They Honied hlni and wrotu
Now thnt Joe Is bark In Xom Yoik.
where he Is known, he Is thinking of
opening n restaurant of his own
KIW Of U60R
The following petition has been Hied
agalnt-t the proposed saloon at l'ula
ma: To the Honorable Treiismer of the
Terriliir lit Hawaii:
wo, the teachers, students, patrons
Hush also leiiiirted.
(! nernl Master Worliman Ilurns. In
his annual message, paid among other
things. "Tho first gnat struggle be
tween oigaulzod labor and a great
tiuxt was between tho Amnlgnmalcd
Atso(lutloii of Iron and Steel Workers
and the United States SKcl Corpora
tion. It matters not what errors and
mistakes are charged to tho officers
nlul memiiers or the Amalgamated ..k
1 tulf i t n tint la Wni 1 T. ?t r iin.tttil
till !(( I1J It CI, till,) M t, UV t II !"" ...... - . . .... vos u iII
assembly of the Knights of Labor to- teitlun by refusing any license for the
da) downed most of its afternoon ses wle or distribution of beer, wine,
Hicm In innsldorntlun or a resolution l'rlts or othir alcoholic beverage.
Introdm.d on Weduisday hy a sea- '? , , ' i V ,neT .. . . .
board delegate, deiiounilnB tho Krjo- 'ie-li.ilf mile, the usual limit Is much
Ilnnna-I'io no subsidy hill now pending " r, i iu sain suiooi groiinus
In the United states Senate. It was
bltteily opposed by six members, and
was leferred to a committee on leg Is.
latlon, who reported It baik within an
hour unchanged, when It wus adopted
by an almost unanimous veto.
It Is as follows: "Resolved, That
thu development of the American nier
t hant marine, is greatly desired; that
wc believe that American freights
ought to bo tarried lu Amerltau hot
toms, built in Amerlcnu shlpnnls by
known as the Kro-Hanna-l'a)no sale
nnd friends of the Kannehnmehii' Nidation: tho facts are that tho stenl
Srhools, Instituted and endowed by the
beneflceiH'o of Mrs. Horn Ice rauuhl
Illshop for the education and elevation
of the Hnvvnllnu people, doraout earn
estly pitltion nnd pray that )ou will
give these schools jour potential pro
companies wcro victorious hecuusn of
tieiulury and failure of orgnnlzed la
bor to do Its duty. Tho Amalgamated
Association oxpcited at least tho
friendship of the o ulcers and members
of tho American 1-Vderntlon of Labor,
they received nothing but deception
"During tho last great strlko of the
coal miners and thoso affiliated with
them tho public, thu Knights of La
bor und other Independent labor 01
ganUatlons contributed more to thu
II tin nc lit I nld and success of tho mlu.
And we further pray that jou will at ers than the IYdprnllon, t the Fed-tlifi-iirliist
noKsllillltv mnlmiirran,.! t ration received the etedlt, nnd In
thu license of the "Star Baloon" so un-l ,t!,.lrn l!"?: "ttenipl to dlsnipt organl
fuituuatcl) lociitiil In the building ad
jacent Id the grounds of said school
LONDON CIIINE8E Ml. VIST lilt.
New York, Nov. Iti.-Tho ChlneM.
native jiiess. sajs tho Hhaughnl lor-
mtlons better than theirs.
"Anv orEnnl7ntlon or law thnt pro
vents or opposes tho helping of organ
ized labor financially when In tier 1
lind better bo wiped out. rim loado's
of thu American lVilciatiou of LntMi
ilul not wint l'resldent dhnfTer or hi
cri.ui:iz.itlon to win boinuse It ink lit
have given the organization mid 1'ies
0AHU CARRIAGE MRG CO., Ltd.
1170 River Street.
Bet. Itcrctnnln nnd Pauahl.
Tel. Itlue 541.
P. O. Box 078.
lubber Tires put on in Satis
Fine Carriages, Wagons and
TrUCkS. Repair Work a
All orJert promptly attendtj to.
Only competent help employed.
THE EVE NING B U LLET IN
THE OLDtST HAWAIIAN DAILY PAPER
a tciosDYice foil Abvrnmcas jtjtjtjtjtjtjijt
respondent of thu New York Times, ru- .'. "S...." . '"" . 1 ."...'' ""...'."
meehaulc-s. at wages com-, Iterates tho reiMrt. nrevlouslv dlsrred.l "u"' D""".ur '"'" K,vr7". u "4 '"''"
e with the American stand- Ued. that Sir Chi CI en Loh lVni- Lnl T-. . "c .,artMl. m"1" ."' "m-
living. Chlneh.. .Minister nt .iinHnn. ill ' """ ural" ",0 reoeraiiou cu 1-
Ived. That tho present litis miueeded at the Court of St JamiH, ""T' , 8II,K , '" namo "i... n . '" ,n."
In tho United Suites Senatu Ly Chang Lu Y nneliiB n fow men polltkallv to tho
is the Kr)i-Hanna-lano sule The tatter's solo claim to .llstlnr. K"",5t-'V1"rs:j,f. n"?"y- A,1' '!'"" "r-
sidy bill is not drawn In tho Interestt. tlon. says tint correspomient Is that f. '"""'"" lnBl n,l"" or oenemij
of tho American shipyards nor Amer- ,, a. mips nl etlVNa Tui g on tho lis- ho. WnR. l'"r,!u'; "'i0"1'1 b0 T10"r'"!t,,
lean laboring people and the.efore ', , jn to $"& for' " ,0 J ZnM,!u W IT'l'lInd"' 'sl'io ,'id
tho Knights of Labor opposn Its en- murder i.r Suglyama.'chancelior of tno ",, .r ' . r ut nmno ami ri n a
aitmeiit, believing thnt some mensuru Jiipaneso Legation at l'ekine. I !".?."" " "H tr "l""" I""1 renuta-
can bo and should be puscntod that
will encourage tho building of ships
by American workmen and maintain
ed hy Amerknn iltizen seamen, which
should miet the approval of the wholn
"HesoIvPd. Thnt a copy oi these res
olutions ho sent to mm member of
Congress hy tho general seorotnr)
panose Legation at l'ekine.
I'hlng Lit Yl was formerly attached
to thu London Legutluu.
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