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EVENING! DULLHTIMi ItONOMJLTJ, I!. T., SATURDAY, AUGUST 2, 1M2.
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MONDAY, AUGUSJ 4th.
A WEALTH OF
A little drapery decorating about tlio house- goes a long way to
ward making It attractive, as ovcry lady knows. Wo arc showing an
excellent lino of handsome materials, many of which are displayed in
our show window. Tlio designs and patterns are unusually pretty
and tho prices exceedingly low. Call and sco them.
Tho newest Oriental effects.
Many colors and pretty designs.
Excellent for table covers.
Width 36 Inches.
Price 30c per Yard
For curtain and drapery ef
fects. Width 31 Inches.
Price 20c per Yard
Pretty for parlor curtains,
portieres, etc. 60 Inches wide.
50c and 60c per Yard
Very dainty for curtains and
draperies. Width 50 Inches.
60c and 65c per Yard
New attractUo designs' and
colore, for draperies, etc. Width
15c per Yard
Colors. Yellow, Pink and
Green. Width 50 Inches.
40c and 50c per Yard
WHITE and ECRU,
Excellent curtain material. CO
45c, 50c and 60c per Yard
Full line In all widths and
Come and tee them all If only
out of curiosity.
FITZ KNOCKED OUT
MR. ROBERT FITZSIMMONS.
The Moana from Vancouver nnd Vic
toria arrived off port yesterday alter
non and camo alongsldo at about 4
o'clock. Just previous to the departure
of the Moana from Victoria on tho
25th Inst., the purser received news of
tlio Jeffrics-FItzslmmons fight In San
Kranclsco. The message received by
tho purser and appended to his report
to tho newspapers, was as follows;
"Kltzslmmons vs. Jeffries, finished In
eight rounds. Fitz had the best of tbo
flrBt sTx rounds but got knocked out
In tho eighth."
A prominent Montr! clerzjmta, the Iter. Jtmtt
!l. Dixon, Itrctor 8t. Jade and Ilori. Canon of
Christ Church Cathfdr&l, write, "Permit tne to
cod yna a few line to strongly reromme&d
Vinnr pAViVrAtN-KiLLrn. I htvt used It with
satisfaction for tlilrtj-flte year. It ta a prcpara
tlon whlcbdeterre full public confidence.
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(n) A clever play,
tb) The shortest road home.
DRY GOODS COMPANY, LTD.
PROBLEMS FOR THE
All communications to this colum n to be addressed to Chess Editor, Bun
day Bulletin, P. O. Box 718, Honolulu. Contributions and solutions of prob
lems should reach tho editor beforo T hursday noon of each week.
To Correspondents: Solution of Problem No. 56 receled from II. T.
Mooro nnd V. Weed: Q It 6. M m
ENGLAND'S LABOR MARKET.
HIGH ART PLUMBING
BATH'S PLUMBING ESTABLISHME NT.
Interior View; Located at 165 King Street, opposite Young Building.
PROBLEM NO. 58,
By A. C. WHITE, New York, from B.C.M.
EX, VENTURA AND NEVADAN
Shrimps, I lb. and 2 lb. tins. "Sea Gull" Fresh Grabs
"Snow Flake" Asparagus, Tomatoes, Corn and Salmon,
lemon and Chocolate Sugar Wafers. Fresh Turnips,
Salinas and Garnets Potatoes. Enchilados, Tamales,
Olives, Russian Sardines, Anchovies, Holland Herrings,
. BURGLAR and FIRE PROOF SAFES
We have just received a large assortment of the famous
HERRING-HALL-MARVIN SAFE GO'S SAFES
These safes are considered the very best made. : ;
The public are Invited to inspect the exhibit at our
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WHITE MATES IN TWO MOVES.
To P. Weed: Your solution to P
roblem No. CS was acknowledged last
week, but through a typographical err
or It was printed "F. Wood."
Played at Board No. 6 Brooklyn vs.
Theo. H. Davies & Co., Ltd.
Board 6 Ruy Lopez,
I)rool;I n. Washington.
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The state of the market for unskilled
labor In England has been revealed by
an lncstlgator who nnsnered an ad-
I vertlsemcnt for a "young, sober and
I intelligent man to fill a position of
trust," and has corao In for n great deal
of sharp criticism from somo of the
The Investigator's application for tho
Job was answered by a pier company
In Blackpool, Lancashire, a popular
seaside resort In tho north country,
The reply furnished these particulars
as to the Job:
If appointed, would you be willing to
wear uniform, and assist generally with
any kind of work? The hours would be
from 7 n. m. to 10 p. m., Sundays In-'
eluded. Wages, JC1 per week for six;
weeks and 25s. after, to tho end of sca-
Tho applicant, not being a person
with n family to support on a salary of
to a week In a town where the cost of
lllng would be high, was humorously
Impressed by theso conditions of labor
and returned this reply, n copy ol
which he also sent to tho newspapers:
I beg to say I shall bo willing to
wear tho uniform and carry out all the
duties If you could make tho hours a
little longer, as I am very desirous of
being fully occupied, so as to cnablo
me to sato a good portion of the wages
you offer. I think tho public houses
open at S o'clock In your season anil
close at 11, bo that If you could arrange
for my being at the pier at, say, 4:30 n
m. nnd finishing, say, 11:30 p. m., tho
situation would suit me well and take
mo out of temptation.
In my last situation, which I held for
teu curs, I only worked eight hours a
day, and Saturdays and SundnyB 1 was
unemployed, which caused me to get a
little demented through having so
much Idle time on my hands. I sec
your wages work out at something llkn
2 2-Td (about 44 cents) per hour, but
I should not mind tho reduced amount
If the situation were mado to my satis
This up to-dato plumbing shop Is the result of n very rapidly Increasing
business nnd was made necessary on account of the cramped quarters for
merly occupied on Itlchards street. To mako a display of the large and
fine stock of sanitary plumbing materials tho new shop was opened.
A full line of the world-famed Douglas Closets Is carried, which are pro
filed with cither high or low tanks and are as near
noiseless In their operation as closets can be made. They are constructed
on tho syphon principle, which makos a strong suction that thoroughly
washes the bowl. These closets are scld under a written guarantee, and are
also guaranteed against leakage, no charge being mado for repairs.
People today are paying much attention to sanitation and sanitary
plumbing Is one of the requisites In ecry modern residence, 'i'ho BATH
SHOP Is tho leader in sanitary plumbing and years of experience and a
large force of capable workmen enables Mr. llatli to do work equal It not
superior to any other shop In tho Islands.
A lino of rollcilrlm enameled Cath Tubs arc -on hand, as well as open
lavatories. These aro highly Sanltar;' Goods, aud Clio connections are nick
el, making them artistic In appearance.
Ono of the latest Improved Wash Trays may bo seen on exhibition.
Theso goods aro all connected with tho city water mains and may be seen
in full operation at tho store. The public aro Invited to call and make in
spection of these goods.
Mr. Bath will call and give figures on work at any time. Ho also give
all work intrusted to him his persrna supervision.
TELEPHONE MAIN 61.
FOR BOSINESS HOOSES
The most economical and most effi
cient lamp Is the now Adams-Bagnatl
Enclosed Arc Lamp. They will burn
over eighty hours with ono trimming
nnd burn without fluttering or notsc,
giving n soft and penetrating light.
Case Is mado of stamped sheet copper
and, besides being weatherproof, Is
not affected by sugar fumes. It Is
therefore tho best lamp for plantation
use. Used for lighting tbo Merchants'
Pair Ilulldlng. Send for catalogue with
HAWAIIAN ELECTRIC CO.,
KIHG STREET, NEAR AlAKEA - - TEL. MAIN 390
Australia, twenty-six times larger
than the whole of the Ilrltlsh Isles, has
n population smaller than that of London.
ONLY A FEW DAYS
I must close out my stock. No reasonable offor refused. Unheard-of
Bargains in nil lines going for Almost Nothing, ftomember, this record
breaking solo will only last for a few days longer, Tako Advantage of It.
GOO KIM, 1116 Nuuanu Street
P. O, Box j. T".
THE OLDEST CHu 5B FIRM IN HONOLULU t
Osalars la Flat S Ikt nl Grist Llnaos Ch ntt sit! Upafttst I iooai of VI tttlt
The undersigned, for many years en
gage in business in Honolulu, would in
form the public that he is in no way inter
ested in or connected with, the under
taking business carried on by Mrs. Emily
Cameron Williams, under the name of
E. C. Williams.
C. E. WILLIAMS.
METROPOLITAN MEAT CO., 111.,
is more to be i desired than great
riches." Good butter Is moro to
bo desired than any other article
on tho table. Our
not only has a good name In ovory
household where It has been used,
but Is also absolutely the best but
ter In the market.
40 CENTS THE POUND AT
Telephone Main 4B.
The Pride of the Home
A Combination of Art and Utility. Used by many In preference to otht.
makes of the same price. It is demon stratlng Its merits. Built to Sew Wall
and to Last Call and inspecC the dlff erent styles.
H. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd.
Bole Acnt for tho llnwnlli, UlnmlB.
The Bulletin, 75cts, per month
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