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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, II. T., SATURDAY, DEC. 28, 1901.
PROBLEMS FOR THE
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In these days with the elegance and great variety of
choice materials the selection ot suitable holiday presents
Is made' comparatively easy, and the beautiful ancient custom
of gtft-gtving has becomo a moat popular one.
Suggestions, however, like tho ones we offer below, aro al
ways of great value to the buyer and although we have not
tho Bpaco to give prices and descriptions, wo will bo pleased to
show you through every department.
GRASS LINEN DOILIES, CENTERS, TABLE COVERS,
hand embroidered In linen or silk. GRASS LINEN HAND.
KERCHIEFS, C.REPE 8ILK8, PINEAPPLE 8ILK8, SILK
SHOPPING BAGS, HAND EMBROIDERED 80FA CU8HIONS,
SILK UMBRELLAS, KID GLOVES, LINEN HANDKERCHIEF8
PURSE3, CHATELAINES, BELTS, FANCY COMBS, FANCY
HOSIERY In black or colors: LADIES' CAPE3.
Children's Coats and Jackets,
Infants'- and Children's Socks,
Hosiery, Bonnets, Caps, Dresses,
Slips, Underwear, Etc. .; .: .:
we linvc an clcgnnt assortment of TRIMMED
HAT8 for Ladles and Misses, and a good range
of shapes which we can trim upon short notice
Sachs Dry Goods Co., Ltd,
All communications to this column to bo 'addressed to Chess Editor, Even
Ing Bulletin, P. 0. Box T1S, Honolulu. Contributions and solutions of prob
lems should reach the editor before Thursday noon of each week.
TO CORIIESI'OmDENTB. '
Tho following game Is given by tho British Chess Magazine as a spec
Jmen of Mr. Rhodes Marrbltt's skill. It Is worthy of study.
PROBLEM NO. 38.
By F. BONNER FEAST (Birmingham) from "B.C.M."
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WHITE MATES IN TWO MOVES.
GAME NO. S3 Staunton Opening.
(Notes by Jas. Mason.)
Mr. 11. Marriott. Mr. H. Jones.
1 P K 4 1 V K 4
2 Kt K B 3 ,2 Kt Q B 3
3 P B3 3 1' Q4
Or 3..., Kt B 3; perhaps
Btronger. I-ntcr opportunity for ad
vance of this Pawn would not be
Wanting. With both Knights In
the field many and dangerous com
plications are avoided, a consider
ation naturally In favor ot the de
fense. 4 B KtlCG 4 PxP
B KtxP 6 KKt K2
C Q R 4 C Q Q 4
7 P KB 4
Threatening 8 B B 4. Black can
hardly do better than take in pass
ing, as ho does; and then, with ad
verso King Pawn out of tho way.
White easily continues his develop
ment with advantage. But all this
7 PxP en pas
S KtxP (B3)
0 Castles . 9 Castles
10 P Q4 10 P B3
Ho must act very defen
sively just about hero; usual pen
alty of defensive) Castling Q It. This
secures tho Kins sldo fairly well. 1 22 Q llfich!
But yet the Queen Hook Pawn is . 25 Kt Q 5 eh
weak1 (a set Ions weakness), and
the Queen herself has no good post
ot command within easy reach,
And the blocking of tho Bishop,
11 P B4
12 P 116
13 Kt B3
14 B QB4
15 P KR3
lfi B B 4
11 Q Q3
12 Q K3
13 K Ktsq
14 Q Kt5
IB Q It 4
manoeuvres havo suc
ceeded both In forwarding his at
tack on the Queen side and in driv
ing off Black Queen from support
of her King. And the attack pro
This looks llko falling Into
a trap, but the truth seems to bo
there was nothing really better,
and some very pleasing brilliant
17BxPchl 17 K Rsq
If 17..., K x 11, things
would bo no worse. Kor, with that,
supposing 18 Q It B , K B sq;
19 Kt x Kt, KKt B 3; the certain
checking capturo of his Bishop
Pawn might give Whlto pause or
even stop him altogether. Black
apparently relics solely on his
counter attack, as when ho threat
ens 20.... B xP f; but Whlto is
then much beforehand, and soon
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Dick's Balata Belting :
18 Q 113
19 It x Kt ,
20 Kt Qtfl
21 Kt x Kt P ch
senaratlnc tho Hooks, is a point 25 K Usn
against Black worthy of notice. ' 2C It Q 11 sq
19 Kt B3
20 P Q Kt 3
21 K Kt2
21 Q x Kt
Elso 24 It Q Kt 3t.
When Black resigns, other
of pleco Is imminent.
21 B x Q 24 II X V ch
fckfe STOMACH V
When you havo nalns In the back
and are unabto to sleep, your kidneys
aro weak. Heed theso danger signals
by giving nature tho aid sho requires.
Tho best mcdlclno to do this is Hos
tetter's Stomach Bitters. Try It for
Indigestion, dyspepsia, constipation,
liver and kidney troubles, or malaria.
OurPrlvate Die Stamp Is over tho neck
ot tho bottle.
Have much to say In favor of tho new enclosed Arc Lamps
MR. W. W. DIMOND says: "I cannot say too much In praise of
theso lamps; they give a soft, penetrating light, evenly distributed,
and without fluttering -or noise. They are the best lamps I have ever
MR. W. H. 8MITH, Manager of Manufacturers' Shoe Co, says:
"They are tho best lights wo have ever used, and I take great pleas
ure In recommending them.'"
Wo havo many other such recommendations. We will Install
theso Lamps at a small cost, anu they will glvo you five times tfea
amount of light ot tho Incandescent at tho sumo cost Burn elghtr
hours with ono trimming. For further Information send us a postal,
or ring up Main 390, and wo will be pleased to call at your office.
Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.
King Street, near Alakea.
MURPHY CLUB DOINGS.
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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.
An excellent concert was given In the
basement of Kawalahao church last
evening. The following program was
Chorus Call John.. Kawalahao Choir
E. K. Llllkalant and others
.music L.utie HparKcri i
Kamchamchn Mandolin Club I
The Japanese Methodist Sunday
school had Its Christmas entertain
ment In the Methodist church on Her
etanla street last evening. The church
was prettily decorated and was literal
ly packed. After the following pro
gram came the distribution of presents:
.' Hymn Angels from the Realms of
Glory Japancso Congregation
Solo-Holy City E. K. Llllkalant Scripture Beading O. Kamada
Solo and Chorus Ka Makanl Ahe
aho Band Boys Quintet
Chorus Owal Mapuna
Kamchamcha Glee Club
Kamchamcha Olee Club
Duct Then Thou Art Dearest....
. ...E. K. Llllkalant and J. Naono
Chorus ....Kawalahao Girls' School
Solo and Chorus Kaltilanl
Band Hoys' Quintet
Chorus Tho Bill of Fare
I A Hotel Street, near Nuuanu.
General Merchandise. Dry Goods, Groceries.
Japanese Provisions, etc '
MAG00N BLOOK, MERCHANT hTREET.
BIQ HOLIDAY 8TOCK OF TdY8. (
Many new Stayles Table Covera, Embroidered both of Grass Linen and
Embroidered Piano Covers, 811k Handkerchiefs, Etc.
Heavy Pongee Silk and White Silks, Victoria Lawn, India Lawn and
Laces of all kinds. New stock of Swiss Embroideries.
DRY GOODS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
P. O. BOX w, Tit. I.
THE OLDEST CHi.'-SE FIRM IN HONOLULU,
Doliri lo Flat Sllki dJ GrM Llnmi, ChlnM to! Jpiat Coo4i of All Klili.
The Bulletin, 75cts. per month
Mr. and Mrs. Christian Conrad gave
a trolley party over the lines ot tho
Rapid Transit Co. last night to a
merry crowd of young people. Tba
special party car of tho company was
used for the first time. The trip took
up nbout 'two hours' tlmo. The start
was mado from Punahou street and
Wilder avenue. A band of native must
clanstmade things lively for the young
people. At the conclusion of the trip,
tho party went to the home of If. It.
Mncfarluno fur refreshments. The
guests were ns follows: Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Maefurlane, Mr. and Mrs. Henry
Mutton, Mr. and Mrs. A, M. Brown,
Mr. nnd Mrs. J. S. Walker, Miss Out
ton, Miss Mactarlane, Miss Helen Man
farlane, Miss Colburn, Miss Bates, Miss
Prayer K. Tanaka
Hymn When Marshaled on the
Nightly Plain .Japanese Congregation
Recitation of Welcome (English)
Song Merry Curlstmns
Sunday School Children
Address (Kngllsh) ....Itcv. T. Klmtira
Recitation (Japn'se) ..Jlro Motokawa
Song Jesus Lives Choir
Poem (Japaneso) Tetsuo Hlda
Song Christmas Bells.. 8. S. Children
Recitation (Jap.). ...Ichiro Motokawa
Song (Kng.) Klyoshl & Tetsuo
Dialogue (Eng.) ....Kuyo and Tetsuo
Address I.Rov.G. Motokawa
Song Marching On To Canaan
Benediction Rev. O. L. Pearson
Rev. W. D. Wcstcrvelt will preach
before, the Murphy Club Sunday oven
ing on tho subject of "Living Up to a
Purpose." The sermon will be illus
trated by a scries of stereoptlcon views.
"The Shadows of tho Cross," with such
exquisite pictures as "Tho Child ot
Sorrow" nnd "The Man of Sorrow,"
The music will be partly under the
charge of Prof. Herger. The orchestra
ot the Francis Murphy Club will assist
In the hymns. One or two ot the
hymns will be Illustrated by stereoptl
con views. The object of the meeting
Is to provide a homo service for the
men who frequent the streets.
This evening, there will be the usual
program In the new hall ot the Murphy
Club. Miss Amelia Sheucrmann, a pu
pil of Prof. Ernest Kaal, will be among
NATURES PROVISION FOR MAN
When Nature designed man she
provided nraplo things for his preser
vation. Man was Intended to llvo and
bo healthy on vegetation; thnt was
tho natural way. Tho only way to bo
healthy or to regain lost health Is
by using nnture's remedy nnd great
blood purifier Klckapon Indian Sag
wa. This Is tho great Indian reme
dy, taken direct from nature's unerr
ing laboratory. It Is mado ot simple
herbs, roots and barks, and always
acts naturally. It searches out the
disease; finds tho cause ot It; slays
It, nnd restores the body to a normal
ly hcalthly condition. It your liver is
sluggish, drowsy, or Inactive; it your
heart doesn't pump right, palpitate,
thumps, sometimes vigorously; and
sometimes faintly; If your bowels are
Inactive, or overactive; if your stoi
acb falls you; it your kidneys fall to
act naturally; thcro Is still help for
you It you will take Klckapoo In
dian Sagwa. You must act quickly.
Disease is progressive; you must stop
It at onco. Klckapoo Indian Sagwa
win do It. Hobron Drug Co., agents
tor tho Klckapno Indian Remedies.
weekly eaition.ot the Bulletin $1 a
and we mat I In (ruction. twUmonl
alt and Bend 1111 a a houtfnlr al
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PRICE . .
HAWAIIAN TOBACCO CO., Ltd.,
Corner Merchant and Nuuanu St. P. O. Bos BTS.
Metropolitan Meat Co.,
Fresh Meats and Pish
by Every Steamer
From the Coast that has Cold Storage.
Choice Beef, Veal, Mutton,
fl Lamb and Pork always
Also Poultry, Salmon and Halibut.
FOR 8ALB AT
The Metropolitan Market, King St., Tel. 4$.
The Booth, Fishmarket, Telephone 379.
Central Market, Nuuanu St., Telephone 104.
The Connoisseur Likes the Best Only.
He Gets the Best,
when he selects
MOET and CHANDON'S
of which a new shipment consisting of
Quarts and Pints have Just been re
ceived by ----- """
H. HACKFELD tt CO., Ltd.
6ole Agents, Hawaiian Territory.
OAHU CARRIAGE MF'G CO., Ltd.
1178 River Street.
Bet. Bcretanla and Pauabl.
Tel. Blue 841.
P. O. Bos 978.
tabb'er Tires- pit on ii Satis
Fiie Carriages, Wagois aid
TriCkS. Repair Work a
All orders promptly attended to.
Only competent help employed.
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J. P. McCOY, President,
CAPITAL STOCK $800,000.00.
The only Insurance company In th e world Issuing policies In both Ut
ENGLISH and CHINESE languages.
Policies contain all modern advantages of the endowment and otmu
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TEL. MAIN 75.
HOME OFFICE, 301-302 Stsnaen wild Building. Honolulu, T. H.
At nbout G:30 o'clock -last evening,
an alarm of lire was turned In from the
cornej of King and Uothel streets.
When th department arrived at tho
place. It wns found that the roof of tho
Buiisngo factory ut the rear of the
.Metropolitan Meat Co. had caught lire
around the chimney. No damage wan
At a llttlo after 11:30 o'clock, the
lire whistles blew again. This time,
the alarm was turned lutfrom tho cor
ner of King and Keknullko streets. Tho
, etoro ot Glut Kee, a Chinese tailor was
: rr;.!st''j'r!. d'ivcr
rciiflord Kimball, Walter Dillingham,
Isaac Dillingham, Southard Hoffman,
R. Atkinson, Krcd Grlmwood and Mr,
Washington, Dec. IB. Tho sub-committee
In charge of mo Kahn bill for
dilutee oxcluBlon will meet again to
morrow morning to complete the
chaugps proposed by various members
or tho committee, and will present the
bill to the cntho committee Tuesday.
Attorney General Knox was consulted
by Hepruscntatlvo Metcalf In relation
to tho bill, and while the Attorney
General said lie was unablo to give u
direct legal opinion, his services being
rlovotcd only to advising tho heads ot
departments, ho said ho was willing to
glvo ndvico and suggestions as to tho
legal features of the proposed leglsla
tlon. With this asslBtnuco tho com
mittee hoped to perfect a hill tlmt will
rover all phases of Chlncso exclusion.
It Is now expected that tho hill will ho
ir'aily to ho Introduced befnro tho holi
days, though debate upon It will be
tustponed until January,
The weekly edition of the Evening
Bulletin is the largest and best pub
lished In the Territory. Sixteen and
twenty pages. SI year.
The Bulletin, 76 cents pr month.
to bo aflrc. When the department ar
rived on the scene, tho building was
in a blaze and tho attention of tho Are
laddies wns devoted to the saving of
adjoining buildings. In fifteen min
utes, the flames were under control but
Chu Kee's shop was almost a total
ruin. What was not destroyed by Are
was spoiled by water.. It Is not known
how the fire started.
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aii aruggisis roiunu mo monoy if it
falls to cure. hi. W. Q rove's slguatura
Is on each box. 25 cents.
The weekly edition of'the Evening
Bulletin is the largest and best pub
lished in the Territory. Sixteen and
twenty pages. $1 a year,
. nianit books of all description de
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