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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., THURSDAY. Kfin. 15, 1S00
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NEW SHIPMENT OF
f Now On Sale
Beautiful and dainty handiwork from the Orient which be
speaks the cleverness and artistic sense of the makers. It Is sur
prising how much a small amount Invested In these goods will add
beauty and comfort to the home.
GRASS LINEN SQUARES and CENTERS
Fine assortment In various sires, embroidered In dragons, but
terflles and floral designs.
GRASS LINEN TABLE COVERS
All handsomely embroidered, with napkins to match, In
squares, round and oblong.
ENBROIDERED GRASS LINEN DOYLIES
7 and 10 Inch In dragon designs.
EMBROIDERED QRA33 LINEN SQUARE8.
26x26, 34x34 and 40x40 Inch In various designs.
EMBROIDERED QRA83 LINEN TABLE CENTERS.
27 and 37 Inches lndragon designs.
EMBROIDERED QRA33 LINEN TRAY COVER8 and 8CARFS.
GRASS LINEN by the piece or yard In white and blue.
GRASS LINEN EMBROIDERY INSERTION; very handsome.
'NEW PINEAPPLE SILKS. NEW JAPANESE WA8H 8ILK8.
PONGEE SILKS, In white and natural.
Ned Drawnwork Squares and Centers.
JUST ARRIVED, Advance Spring styles In
These will be on sale beginning Monday Morning, Feb. 12.
N. 8. SACHS
Dry Goods Company Ltd.
CORNER FORT AND DERETANIA 8TREET8.
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TELEPHONE MAIN 78
TELEPHONE YOUR WANT3
CITY MEAT MARKET
BUTTER, FRUIT, TURKEYS AND
CHOICE ISLAND BEEF
SIRLOIN STEAK AND RIB ROAST, 10e. PER POUND.
ALL KINDS OF VEGETABLES.
ORDERS DELIVERED PROMPTLY
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CHICKENS FRESH ON EVERY X
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A Dead Swell
1906 EXCLU8IVE SUITINGS
$20 to 30 per Suit
Geo. A. Martin
FOK IMPROVtD CONDITION
MERCHANTS TALK OF EFFECT OF
VISITORS THIS 3EA80N ON
BU8INESS OF LOCAL
Merchants of tho city nro appreciat
ing nn Improvement In business slnc
tlio tourist season commenced, and II
ts felt by them Hint If the visitor In.
crcaso In numbers each rear, Honolu
lu Is going to bo greatly Improved as h
As the merchants largely represent
the vitality of tlio city, tlio Improved
conditions for them that come with tly
tourists. Is crpected to encourage tbclr
support of etcry practicable method of
advertising the Islands as n plcasme
resort. There Is a feeling among them
that In pleasing tlio Usltors this sea
son In regard to stlcs nad prices, the?
will not bring many things with them
when they return for another Bcason,
nnd will rely largely upon local supply
lor what they nay need whllo here.
"It has been my experience since the
tourist season started that tlio retail
trade has been bcnclltted," said A. L.
Soulc, of the Knsli store. "There aro
not only mora tourists this season than
there have been for a long time, but
they are generally of a better class now
than on previous years."
"The benefits resulting from the
tourist trade is not limited to any class
of business, I think," said N. S. Sachs,
of Sachs' Dry Goods store. "The tour
ists are spending money here quite
freely, and tlio more of them that como
here, the better will tlio city be We
have an Ideal resort for tourists, and
the more we can Induce to come here
the more of their friends will want tu
"Iho tourist season Is making n ma
terial difference in. the retail trade,'
said II, I Eakln, of the Gunst-Rakln
Cigar Company. "There Is an In
creased demand for high class goods, '
"We hao been doing nn unusually
good business since the tourist season
began," said W. H. .Mclticrny, of the
Melncrny Shoo storo. "Tlio visitors
are certainly helping tho city."
"It Is noticeable that we aro having
u better class of tourists this season
than usual," said W. II. Smith of tho
.Manufacturers' Shoo Company. "They
aro not afraid, too, to spend their
money. There Is sure to be moro tour
ists coming hero each year."
"Iluslness has been better since tli'
tourists began to arrive," said J. K
Boper, of tho Hawaiian News Com
pany. "There was u good business be
fore Christmas, but that was due to
the holiday trado. Tho brisk business
Is duo now to tho tourists wo bnc In
Tho Kalta and Wnlklkl Road Im
jirotcment Clubs amalgamated at a
meeting nt the Moana hotel last even
ing, taking tho name of The KalakatM
Itoad Improvement Club. Tho now
combination Invites all Improvement
clubs alonx Kalakaua road to Join. Of
ficers wera cnoccn as follows: v. W.
Macfarlano, president; J. II Iloyd, sec
ictdry. Other offices were left vacant
pending tho result of the invitation to
other clubs to cooperate.
J. . .McDonald and J. J. Sullivan
were appointed to sectiro better light
ing for the Kalla road and better teln
phono and electric poIcb. J. Mc
Candlcss thought tho Supervisors
should put In a curb on the mokal side,
the length of tho avenue, wltlrn width
of twelve feet, ofwhtch four feet could
be concreted And the rest sodded. It
was objected that this would bo a hard
ship on the property owners. It waft
thought eight feet was enough.
Trnnk Dodge said 11,000 bad been
appropriated by tho Illshon estate to
curb in front of Its property. No ac
tion was taken on sidewalks. Alex
ander Young spoke of the Importance
of maintaining rcrads. The maintenance
crow should be doubled, Mutilation of
trees by road workers was touched on.
J. II. Iloyd and J. W. Wnkeflcld wort
appointed an enrollment commute.
Tho president was authorized to at
tend tho meeting, to form an executive
committee, cabled for tomorrow night.
Tho Kapahulu Improvement Club
met at J, J Egan's olllce on Kort stii-el
last evening. Percy M, Pond presiding
Now members enrolled and the
strength.' of tho club Is now thlrty-flvc,
It was suggestd that tho namo of the
club bo changed, that Its territorial
sphero might Lo increased, nnd C. 8,
Martin was appointed to select two
colleagues and Investigate the maltor.
It Is the Idea to embrace nil Walklkl.
Mr- Egan was appointed permanent
chairman of tho roads and sldowalks
committee, Mr. Martin was appointed
chairman of the sanitation committee,'
Wm, Dusli, permanent chairman of tho
forestry commute, was Instructed to
communicate with tho Superintendent
of Knplolanl Park In regard to tho Im
provement of tho Monsarrnt road.
On .Sunday all members meet nt
President Pond's residence at 3 o'clock
to go ovor the district to see what Im
provements should bo made.
Tho Kapahulu Improvement Club
gavo Its full endorsement to tho peti
tion of the Katmukl, Palolo nnd Wain
lae Improvement Club to the Rapid
Transit for n 20-mlnuto car service on
tho Walaloe lino.
Rlank books of all sorts, lodgers
etc., manufactured by tho Dulletln PUb.
TOW-LINE BETWEEN ARGYLL
AIIO FULLERTON BREAKS
GALE OF FEBRUARY 7 PLACES
BOTH VESSELS IN DANGER
FOR VERY MANY
Kxcltlng experiences were bad on tho
steamer Argyll and the barkcntlne Kul
Icrton, which was towed Into port yes
terday nftcrnoon by the former, for
when tho gale was blowing its woist
on February 7, the two-line parted, nnd
there seemed danger tor some time for
both vessels. The Argyll was lu such
danger that a part of her cargo of oil
had to be thrown overboard. Kor .",0
hours the vessels drifted apart ami to
add to the trouble, the top of tho rud
der of the Kullerton was twisted off,
nnd she became quite helpless.
The only way to put tho rudder In
working order, It was derided, wns to
pass chains over the stern of the boat
and fnsten them to rings In the rudder
This was a dangerous Job, and the
captain cnllcd for a man to do the Job,
offering (50 for nny who would under
Seaman Andrew Nelson agreed tJ
try, and he wivj let down In a boat
swain's chair, fastened with ropes, over
the stern of the vessel, it was n dang
erous Job, nnd severnl times tho sailor
was covered with water At last, how
ever, tho chains were fastened, nnd the
Kullerton was able to proceed. In tho
meantime the Argyll was In danger of
foundering, but niter dumping Into
the sea about 1,000 barrels of crudo oil,
she rodo the sea with more safety.
It was planned to hae the Kuller
ton tied up to the rnllway wharf, nens
where the Texan with her burning
cargo Is stationed, but the ngents scut
word that the danger should not be
taken, and to have her placed nt the
Tho I'lornl Parade committee liaa
uttlcil on U a m Washington's birth
Ua, as tho hour for the start.
Tho line of march Is to be from Vic
toria stieet (Thomas Square), nlowc
King to illshop stroet, up to Hotel
street to Richards street, thence tu
llcrctanla street to Victoria strei
ugqln, tbenco to King and then olom',
King and Walklki'road to Kaiilolanl
Tho marshal of the day will bo A.
M Ilrown, with Walter Dillingham iu
his special assistant. Frank Andrude
will have charge of tho pa-u rlderaj
Ilobcrt Shingle, the carriages; Albert
Judd, tho Horseback riders other than
the pn-u riders, and A. A. Young tb
Autos are divided Into: Largo ma
chines, intermediate, nnd runabouts,
with Messrs. W. II. Uaird. K. K. Rich
ardson and Gcoreo Uenlson respective
ly in charge of the divisions.
Princess Kawanauajioa will distrib
ute the prizes.
Some, of the fire engines and hnso
wagons will be in the parade, as well
as the health umbulanco and the patrol
All the hotels wilt go Into tho ve
hicle parade, and will have tally-hos In
which many of their guests may ride.
Those who have entered for tho pa-u
section nnd have not horses must see
Tho King Market Co. has filed. art
icles of Incorporation, its capital stock
amounts to S5000, divided Into 12.
Shares, with the privilege to Increase
to $100,000. Tho principal object Is tu
conduct n market.
Pang Chong Is president. Pang Ng
secretary and Yeo Yap treasurer of
the company. The shares are sub
scribed ob follows, one thousand dol
lars being paid Into the treasury: Chan
Tung.JlO; Yeo Yap, 21; Yee Lum Kwal,
JCj Pang Chong, 4; Wong In, 91; Pang
Ng, 2; total, 200 shares.
Per stmr. Manuchurln. from the
Orient. Kor Honolulu: G. Ashlkogu
nnd servant, Miss Olgn Khroostchor
I.eo Sing Coo. Geo. K Cheney, D, Jan..
leson. Kor San Kramlsco: Thos. v
Ayres. Mlsg Lucy Ayres. Mrs, J. II
norland, V. 8, Illako and valet. Mrs, V
S. Illakc, A, Uramback, Mrs. U. M
Chase. Master Jos. Uaton,.W. W. Cook
Col,, It. C Cnue, A, Unianuel, K. A. Pul
ler T KuJIbuyashl. K. A. Krlsk, W. T,
llemnrlch. M. Hottorl I Knllmn M
Kaplan, Mrs. N. Kaplan, Rev. J. W
I-ouo, Mrs J. W. Lowe, Master J. P.
I.owe, Krank J. Lazarus, K. J. Lord,
L. W, MtCullom, Rev. W. A. McKlnney,
Mrs, U. V. McKlnney, C. A. Mclssncr,
Miss h. M, McCnlla, Mrs. Arthur Mac
Arthur and infant. K. K. Mllllken, Col
Alexis PolnpofT, Russian army, Vladl
mar Pctoison, .Mrs. M. Pennington
Chan. Rend, Miss E. R, Robinson, Mrs
D. Russell, W K. Spinney, Mrs. W V
Spinney, Comdr 8. Tnkouchl, Japan
eso Navy, Lt. G Tomonaga, Japanese
I'.avy, II, i:, Teschmachcr, Comdr, Pctcf
VedernlcofT, Russian Nnvy, Rev. K. W
Voegeleln, Mrs. P. W. Voegeleln, P. I).
Walker, I). P. Wilkinson, Mrs. I). P.
February ISth, Solomon Kelllkoa Na
l;ca, 27 years of age. Kuneral Prlday,
Kebruary 10, 3 p, m. from Honolulu
Undertaking Co.'s parlors. Interment
at Maklkl cemetery. He was employe
In the L. II, Kerr & Co.'s bIioo store.
The Weekly Kdltlon of tho Bvenlng
Bulletin gives a complete summary of
tho nows of tho day. For SI vear-
Ill Of lid
roil ii pimn
When you remember tho fact
that the Bitters has been curing.
sickly people for over 50 years,
you ought not hesitate any longer
In giving it a fair trial. Kor cur
Ing General Debility, Impure'
Blood, Headache, Indigestion, Dys
pepsia, Costlveness, or Malaria
Fever and Ague It Is unrivalled.
Headquarters tor automobiles with
s splendidly equipped fireproof garage.
VON HAMM-YOUNG COMPANY, Ltd.
J.' M. TeVU Co,
TELEPHONE MAIN 149.
William 1 Paty,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER,
All classes of Dulldlng Work
promptly and carefully exocuted
Office 'Phone Blue 1801.
Residence 'Phone Blue 2332.
THE COBWEB CAFE, ,
QUEEN and ALAKEA 8T8.
TEL. MAIN 492.
a Camara & Co,, Props
Watch and Jewelry Club
l.OO and 1,50 a week
113 HOTEL STREET nr, FORT 8T,
A FIRST-CLA88 NEW RESTAURANT
o THE o
21 meals on ticket, V4.50.
Open nights until 12 o'clock.
HOTEL NEAR FORT 8TREET.
General Employment Office, cor.
Emma and Beretanla Sts. Japanese
and Chinese Laborers Supplied. Con
tract Work of Every Kind Undertake
en. Telephone Blue 2181,
W. G. LBT,
SANITARY PLUMBING AND TIN
WAIKIKI 8IDE 8MITH 8T.
Bet HOTEL and PAUAHI.
Good Workmanship. Work Completed
LAROE 8TOCK OF
Jl120 NUUANU ST.
TELEPHONE WHITE 716.
HONOLULU IRON WORKS
Improved and Modern 8UGAR MA
CHINERY of every capacity and de
scription made to order. Boiler work
and RIVETED PIPES for Irrigation
purooses a soeclalty. Particular atten
tion paid to JOB WORK, and repairs
txecHUr m shortest notice.
FANCY DRY GOOD8. 1
o-i JU8T OPENE D o
Clothing, Hats, Shoes, Etc., Chinese
and Japanese Silk Goods, Handker
chiefs, Matting and Camphor-Wood
1005-1009-1013 Nuuanu 8t., corner
King. P. O. Box 9S3. Honolulu, H.T.
A large consignment of well-seasoned
Will be sold very cheap, v
FONG INN CO.
1152 NUUANU 8TREET.
P. O. BOX 999.
- Be Comfortable gfr I
The shortest route to comfort
using the Electric Light and In
When you have an Electric Fan In your house, cool breezes are yours
to command whenever you desire.
Electric Light Is surprisingly cheap when the Immense advan
tages to be derived from It are
be very happy to supply you with
relative to wlrlna vour house.
Hawaiian Electric Co, Ltd
f Office King St., near Alakea
gmtnmnimm ra mm mm mmmmig
B. To Our Patrons
s We are now located In the new brick building on King "
? street, between Maunakea and Kekaullke streets, where we will S
? be Plea,ed to serve you with first-class goods In the meat line. -
fc Our prices will always be fair. -
S We are supplied by the "Hind." "Magulre" and "Greenwell" C2J"
J Ranches of the Island of Hawaii, with prime beef cattle, and the T
killing and dressing of all animals at our own slaughter house m
at Kallhl Is done In a moat sanitary manner and directly under
w the dally examination of the meat Inspector of the Board of 3
: Health. -
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Soliciting your patronage, we are, ZZm
y" Very respectfully yours, -
C. 0. YEEJOP & CO.
TELEPHONE MAIN 251.
riiiiiUiiUu iiiiUiiuuiiiiu iiiui iuuuu
There are Imitations, But
Ours is the only GENUINE
Wo Huvo ail Other Plavora Also
Consolidated Soda Water Works, Ltd.
TELEPHONE MAIN 7J
a work of International Importance. Justin McCarthy, M. P., Editor In Chief
Maurice F. Egan, L.L.D., Lady Gregory, James Jeffrey Roche, L.L.D., Asso.
elate Editors; Charles Welsh, Managing Editor.
Among the array of Authors we find Antiquarians, Celtic writers, folk
lorlsts, historians, humorists, wits, orators, poets, scientists, travelers and
10 Volumes beautifully bound In 3-4 Persian (sea green) Morocco, type
and paper are of excellent quality; Illustrations numerous and beautiful.
Regular price, 45; OUR PRICE, S33.75, terms, $3 on delivery of en
tire set, and $3 per month.
Call and examine books or write for Sample Pages.
Wm. C. Lyon Co., Ltd.
COR. HOTEL AND FORT STREETS UPSTAIR8. t
NOW WE'RE OFF ? Jj
We are prepared to supply the People of Honolulu' with Freshes f
ISLAND MEATS. Also, Oarden Produce of all kinds; Butter, Eggs, Chlok
ens, Turkeys, Sucking Pigs, Bacon, Ham; In fact, everything FIRMl
CLASS MARKET It called upon to furnish.
The ISLAND MEAT CO.'
JAS. E. WESTBROOKE, Manajef.
TELEPHONE MAIN 71. FORT 8T- OPP. LOVE LDl
PACfFIC TRANSFER CO. i
WILL CALL FOR
We pack, haul and ship yout
goods and save you money.
Dealeti In STOVE WOOD, COAL and KINDLINGS.
StoraZe in Brick Warehouse,
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t you make every dollar count.
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4. Telephone White OBI T
Y. SUQA SHOTEN
WI-ioIomuIo iS: Retail Ulquor Dottier,
B a 8toek of Japanese and America Liquors, ""anxal Saloon In connection.
IWILEI AND KING 2TRfer8.
08TOFFICE DOX 854, TELEPHONE MAIN 82.
In the good old summertime Is by
conjunction with It an Electric Fan. 9
taken Into consideration. We shall 9
any Information you may desire
'Phone Main 390 f
126 King St. Phone Main 58