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8peclal 85J A YARD
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Peau de Sole
Pure silk of high luttre; guaranteed
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dark green, lavender, brown, hello
trope, reseda, tan and royal,
Width 38 Inchet; guaranteed for
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Width 27 Inchet. 75c quality.
SALE SPECIAL 50d A YD,
Color: cardinal and light green. 75c value.
ON SALE AT.. 37Wd A YD.
In pink, light blue and Nile green. Regular price 50c. To dote
out balance we will tell at 30d A YARD
Flrtt lot now open. 275 beautiful itylet and hardly two alike.
Note: We are making preparatloni for our GREAT EMCROI
DERY SALE. Detalli later.
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Wo Have all Other Flavor Also
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UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT.
SACHS' BLOCK, COR. FORT AND BERETANIA STREETS.
MODERN furnished apartments, tingle rooms and suites. Electric
light and running water In all rooms. Excellent bath-rooms are a feature
of thlt establishment.
The tecond floor will be available thortly and applications for furnish
ed or unfurnlthed rooms on this floor are now being received.
VISITORS FROM THE OTHER ISLAND8 WILL FIND THE
MAJESTIC A COMFORTABLE HOME
TELEPHONE MAIN 244.
J. LAN DO
102 FORT ST.. I. O. O, F. Bldg. 151 HOTEL 8T.. oppotlte YOUNG Hotel.
Weekly Bulletin $1 Per Year ,
Mil HAVE MONEY
MEETS CHAMBER TODAY
money. It was a matter that would ',... ,..... . ,,.
Lave to be takm up Individual!). It TWf flPFN LcTTERS
would no doubt b'o a great success,! " ",1 f-llw
Mr. Turner's suggestion that the IMPORTANT TO MARRIED WOMEN
Committee put up n purse of 1200 was.
thercforo to no purpose. Ur Mary Dimmick of Washington tolls
Turner Ba Id the proceeds would be now LydU pmkhanVa Vegeubl.
ttm t tin. nBtnliltslitnnnt f n linw -In It ... - . .. '
u. ,.,v a.,,.,,..... . .. w,o ... compound Mao Her well.
I back of Kawalahao. He thought the
chorus might bo combined with the ., . ... , ,..,. . 'U,i
annual festival of song to be given at tlliVnlwVnif u.JKnHfi1
th. Onorn llnn.o Thn Commlti mil tho following letters, as they convlnc-
PAY ENTERTAINMENTS MUST "e Opera Home. The Commlttco will
LOOK OUT FOR THEM8ELVE8.
TOURI8T8 8PEND ORE.
give the affair Its moral support.
Sccretnry Wood said the boat clubs
had decided upon April 21 for tlio
Wood said there would be some nov-
, Ingly prove the claim wo have so many
times mnao la uur columns mat Airs.
ThA Itflwatl tirnmnllnn Committee
met at 3:30 yesterday afternoon. Klnan- - JXwaltTng ZZ
ces were uiscusaea ui ichbi uui opam or particular attractions.
Ing asked that the press retrain from There was then read a letter from
publishing the details of tlio consults- Captain Tom King of the Myrtlo lloat
Hon. It was decided that the member Club. King said he thought thclt shell
of tlio Committee attend the meeting could be taken up to I'ugct Sound on
of the trustees of the Chamber of Com- on American-Hawaiian boaL to en-
raerco to bo held this afternoon. More gago In the regatta at Vancouver next
money Is needed to properly carry on August. The water carnival rorelpts
tlio work of the Promotion Committee, might pay tlio expenses
It was also decided to announco that The Committee voted to send a let
the committee has no power to glvo ttr to the Oregon Journal, thanking It
money; this on account of numerous for Its enterprise In sending down tlio
demands made by various organizations party of girls which left yesterday
(or financial assistance. It wns thought Chairman McCandlcss spoke highly
ttint llin altlnnnra ulinrf fnv iihntit1 ha wt ll.n nnrti tin lia.1 frtl.l tlin Minn.
given over entirely to the use of tho crons that she could depend on Urn PlnWham, of Lynn. Mass., Is fully quail
Promotion neonle. Thcro Is a deficit Promotion Commlttco for any litem- fledtpglrc helpful odveetosick women,
to face as matters stand now. And hire or Information she might n-qulre Jleon .Mrs. Dlmmlck s letters.
the committee is constantly appealed for herself or menus at any time III
PaV Ekcv ftl
Her first letter:
to for help In matters of entertainment, said tho Oregon girls must have spent Dear Mrs. Plnkbamj
nor. v.. ii. tun er jirraeiueu iiinisrit .u -piece 'O nerc. Jfnn wlth trou,,lo whIrh flt 0rlglntl
before the Committee to urge a pro- "Tourist business to Hawaii," said n painful period the r1n went exerurl-
posed Hawaiian song chorus. Secretary Wood, "has added nearly atlng.n 1th Inflammation and ulceration of.hs
The following was read from Thco- J160.000 a month to the circulating female organ. The doctor ay I must bar I
doro Richards: medium in and about Honolulu and tho S.X.KI ?U ?Jiivili t r.nnTI?,w
ti hn. nnrrn.1 t n, thni n..ll,lv i.inn,i. o..r.i a.,.,., wo. thn to submit to mi operatic If I can possibly
.. -.-- .............. ... ... ,.-......, ....... v. ........ ............ ,.. ..... aroin ic. rn-nso ncip nw." aits, aiary
your committee may have tindcrestl- Promotion Committee hopes to sec this Dimmick, Washington,!). C.
mated the possibilities of the coming Increased to 1300,000 or even $100,000." I Her second letter:
music fcstltal as a means not only ol Kml Smith said everybody was re- Dear Mrs. Tlnkham:
advertising the islands but of pleasing porting good business and the general " You will remember my condition when I
such visitors as ny already bo here, opinion of the Committee was that the lt wrote you, and that the doctor said I
Tho festival la assured and is arranged tourists wcro spending money.
lor April Z7 nnd 28. As to the nr.il
event, which has been called the chil
dren's carnival, tho Honolulu public
Is only beginning to bo aware of the
unique character of this open-air con
cert of children. The three hundred
who comprise tho choruses fill com par
nth ely tho stand In the Hoys' Held
nnd represent four of our leading pub
lic schools. They are admirably leu
by Mrs. Tucker so well led that I says
doubt If many cities could Improve on it
12 1"2 C PER POUND
Large consignment direct from the
grower to us came in the last Alameda.
Regular Price, 20c.
KAUAI 1Y BE CUT
The Oardcn Island
seems n pity that when Kauai
must hare an operation or I rouM not live. I
I receho.1 your kind letter and followed your i
ndvlco very carefully and am now entirely
well As my case was so serious It seems a ;
miracle that I am cured. I know that I owe
not only my health liut my life to l.ydla 11.
l'lnMi.im's VeceUMo Compound ami to your
advice. 1 can walk mlltn without an ache or
a wun, and I wth every sulTering woman
would read this lettet nnd rnillre whnt you
ran do for them.'' Mrs. MaryDlmmlrk, TOth
and Kast Capitol Streets, Washington, I), C.
How easy It was for Mn Dimmick to
write to Mrs. I'inuhnmnt Ltun.Mnsa.,
and how little It cost her a two-cent
2 Lblse 35 c.
These Prices are
for a short time only
J. M. Levy & Co.,
68 KING ST.,
'PHONE, MAIN 149
the character of the music from that onl- has got In touch with the ou side V?JjL &"'Tfc?bi;S,iffiS,
point of view alone. When it is con- world. It should bo thrown back a doc . Al", L'J h.flS'X ,?, mMndi '
l.lnrn.l muwr Hint llmv rnnr.cnf ...l ..... - ...m . . 31 l'l till iHllll llUS Oil 11IO tllOUSniHlS
... """;'- " "w -",. ""v "' '""' " us win no seen irom ,, .,.-1, i-trI.. n the nl
dressed In their school colors, and na- hardly ho blatncd for refusing to carry
iiunui'cuiora, me ciu may wvii uuvo on n losing projiosltlon:
called forth such enthusiastic com- Honolulu, Hawaii, March C. 190H.
ments ns the late Nevlns Armstrong fiontlemcn: It Is with regret that
mado In n New York paper. we, have to Inform you that with tho
The second event, in tho Opera clou of this month, owing to lack of
House, April 28. will bo the best mus. patronage, wo will bo compelled to
leal output of the city from a chorus dose our station on the Island of Kn
point of view Tho tlirco hundred lm,
fresh, young voices come from much Tho system, as a whole, barely pays
older grade than Is drawn from In tlm operating expenses, and Kauai Is u
carnival at tho Hoys' Field. Kamcha- amo leg; some months It Is self-sup
meha School, Oanu College, tho Nor- porting, others It Is operated at a loss,
mnl School, the High School, Mills In- Wo have tried to have tho Kauai
stltute furnish a selected number of puuc ioml t more assistance by glv
voices. We will be supported by a nB t more business, but apparently
band nnd are arranging for a soloist without results. The Kauai Planters'
from tho CoasL As this chorus Is ol- Association wo have appealed to .ask
ready drilled In the different schools ng them collectively to give lis busl
before coming to the final rehearsal, ncss to the cxtontpf J2S0 per month,
excellent music Is assured. Here, too, imt up to date, without desired ro
the nationalities aro well represented, suits; hence this step
so that racial amalgamation makes on Hoplnc you will not' consider our nc
Interesting study to the visitor from Hon nn injustice, and assuring you that
the mainland. our regret Is greater than yours can
mcru is uiiumer .very iiucri-suuK liossllilv be. we are.
-l M W
Youn very truly,
V!Hh.t.i:3B STATION CO..
F. J. CROSS, Manager.
featuro which could be arranged for
which Is not now n part of our plan. 1
ventured to suggest tho tamo a year,
ago, but there was not then tho ma-1
chlnery capable of handling It. I re
fer to another evening of Hnwaliau
tongs. I bellevo that if Immediate
steps wcro taken competitive choruses
of Hawaiian people could bo gathered
from all oer the Islands, They aro
tremendously enthusiastic In their
training nnd would como with soma
remarkable results. ,It has been my Tho musical and litcrnry entertain
experience to assist In several Ha- ment to be given on Krldny evening In, flce ot tno Superintendent of Public
wallan concerts, notably one in tho bclmI, of ,ho Komlno 8lirrcrcrg ,n Ja. Works, Honolulu, T. II., until 13 o'clock
?""", U" :fEH:r.f M"" P ?? to a Tery ...ec.-sr.ll '.. of May 1st. 1900. for furnl.hlng.the
:,' ":.,."""." .".I .. ," r,:.. event. Already several hundred tick- T.irrltorv nr tinunli 1950 fe nr an-
! H SUFFERERS
Sealed proposals for constructing
concrcto embedded steel beam bridge
to rcplaco timber truss on short-cut
road Koloa, Kauai, T. II., will bo re
ceived by tho Hoard of Supervisors of
tho County 01 Kauai, until 9;30 a. m. ot
Wednesday, April 1th, 1900,
Plans, specifications, and blank
forms for submitting proposals, will bo
furnished upon written request, accom
panied by dcposIL of Klvo Dollars
($3.00) by addressing C. II. 8wcetscr,
County Hoad Supervisor, at Llhue, Ka
uai, T. II.
Tho right Is reserved to reject any
or all bids.
I)y order of tho Hoard of Supervisors.
(Signed) II. I). WISHAItl).
I.thuc, Kauai, March 10, 1900.
WOOD STAVE AND STEEL PIPE
FOR THE TERRITORY OF HA
WAII. Proposals will bo received at tho of
A Digestive Marvel $
Stops that distress after eating
For sale by. your druggist or by
Wt G Peacock & Co., Ltd
nnnrr,,mn. nf ln,. ,U. I .(, ' ""'". "vr" u'u- U'" Ol 1110 ll'aU WoOd StaVO BmI8tC0 fCCt Of30
.hapo of a purse would be offered for 0B,Z nar? including 'protaXrV 5J"L I'.',P '?r l". 1",n""U WBlr
thn best ehomres nt nv nfiv vni,.A .? e P ." ne,"lllni! 1'rorcssorg, Works Department.
M rtnondlZio" Yhe'conV- Z?? tho 8"ccleB"on' ? "."Z -f
11 1 II II If HIl II111IIV I1IIII11H in 11 1 1 n r H I. II
PER THE S. S. NEDRASKAN
A Fine Lot of Reasonably
SUITABLE FOR PLANTATION
Schman Carriage Co.,
ALEX. YOUNQ BLDO.
.ulll .Inn nl,n ,'f.l.n Mn Vt., nn.A.. ... .. . . . . . . m -.
lh, character of selection. etc.-I havo "m Z .,r,nZS Z . ...;: :; ,"' w?e" a ocp"? l. ot ?uu. 'f ?' ---"----- -------------------------------
no doubt that, notwithstanding tho llm- """,i:,:.m:"."L " "'""": "1 ""'' 'wnicu sum wni uo reiunucu inionuing
li.,1 Hn,. l.f. iw. ..ih h..n,. fln r'' 'u:."K"- ' ,uw a.ereoimcon p c bidden
Ited time left, there would be some flno uVreV wliV 7 gVven.'showing the ul-.ISaUon; " "" m '""l
The churches connected with tho Ha- Z FltoUmX VrTalJ, V" " V? T,01"0'1 H
wallan Evangelical Association aro , w" fiT 'o tWsfr?ort n rl. L ut.mlltcil on tho blank forms fur-
numerous and every one of them Is ' , ? i .? this effort toralso a nlshed, enclosed with a certified bank
able to bring together a surprisingly f?w 1ollar8 to,r th,!, rcllef , ,h p00,r- check for Two Thousand (12000.00) ,
good horu ?t their ouarterly cxhlhl' f'Snp pople1 .Y1" .appfal to ho,b- Don In a scaled envelope, endorsed
tlM or "hSlkes" "S year how- L0, Tho commlttco In charge Incudes ..,.ro08a, for fnrnghn- Wood Stnvo
em, will eo a d n.u. onof th, nhn?11S,hr,8,",n Jat,anC80 pa8,0r8 0f "- Bteol IMpo." nnd delivered prov-,
H I ijRPrfi
Headquarters for automobiles with
M splendidly equipped fireproof garage.
VON HAMM-YOUNQ COMPANY, Ltd.
have opened a borse-sboe-Ing
department In connec
tion with their carriage
shop, etc. Having secur
ed the services of a first
class shrr- are pre
pared to 00 an work In
trusted to them In a first
chanco of this sort of thing.
The Hawaiian Kvangoricnl Associa
tion meets on May 12 of this year, so
that large numbers of Hawallnns will
be here In the city anyway nnd might
easily como to such a Hawaiian even
ing of song some time In tho first week
I remember hearing at
GOOD HOSPITAL CORPS
lions to 12 o'clock m. of tho day snecl-
lieu 111 uiu iiiui'u ui 1110 ouii-riuiunuuiii.
of Public Works, who reserves the
right In reject nny nr all bids.
Tho Superintendent of Public Works
resenes the option of accepting tho
Ihn dotnehment nf hosnltal rnrm
N. O. II.. was Insnected last evenine tendera on tho double rlvctted
by Major Van Vllol of tho U. S. Army, t'll'o r tho lojk'bar pipe, as both will
Khlunaha Camp McKlnloy, accompanied by Col, not "O required.
tome six or seven years ago u number J. W. Jones, Chler Surgeon Chas. Cort-i , y- " IIOU.OWA,
of tralnod choruses the like of which P"r. Capt. Sinclair and Klrst Ueutun-' Superintendent of Public Works.
ioul.1 not b Improved upon In man nt Moore. I Department of Public Works, Hcmo-
places In America (considering stylo of The detachment marched to tho drill lul". T. H., March 12th, 1900.
the music rendered), nnd It Is safo to lied under command of Hospital Sor, I 3320 at
sny that but few of the Hawaiian n fieant Edgar 8. Harry. Cvcry man was - .... ...
those choruses had over left tho Island present, tho complement consisting of NOTICE OF DOARD OF EQUALIZA
of Molokal. 1 venture these sugges- three sergeants, threo corporals, 9 prl- TION MEETING.
lions repeating that tno first two events vatcs, ono coolt and ono orderly.
are arranged for and will bo a succcjs Tho detachment wob In heavy march In nccordaifco with tho Provisions of
anyway, ns we have had two good sea- Ins order, review of Inspection packs, section 1236, Ilovlsed Laws, T. II , tho
sons already. If you care to take up haversacks and corps pouches. Tho do- Hoard of Equalization will meet at
the third nn doubt tho three events tnchment was so completo that they t)0 tux omcc, Honolulu, on Monday,
could bo advertised on tho mainland wcro given 100 per cent, by tho In- March 12, 1900 .and will bo In sosslon
as the moat Interesting musical com- spectlng officer. every day from 9 n, m. to 4 p. in., until
blnatlon which could bo furnished any- "l'ro win ue a pruo uriu jnursuay ti,0 17th.
Fish Food For Lent
Many people have In the past been sore put about to obtain satis
factory fish food during the Lenten season. This year we determined
that there should be no complaints on this score, and have according
ly laid In stock a line of the finest smoked, dried and salt fish that wa
hive ever had. The assortment Includes:
CODFISH In blocks and strips, PICKLED BLOATER MACKEREL,
SALT SALMON, SALMON BELLIE8, SMOKED EELS (Imported),
8MOKED HALIBUT, and 8ALM0N SMOKED BLOATERS.
The quality of this fish lo'excetlent and we confidently recommend
It to all our patrons.
Metropolitan Meat Co., Ltd.
Telephone Main 45
where In America. evening, March ID, at tho drill sued,
Hoping that these suggestions will cntiiicci a sceno on 1110 nnng line, mn
be of value to you, I am, yours very Prz(s w"l "o awarded to tho best-drill,
truly. Cll 'quad, j
Mr. Turner said If a chorus of forly '
or fifty voices came from the otTier Is- The BU8INE88 MAN'8 HANDY IN-
lands, something would have to bo con- DEX, published In the Saturday Bulle
trlbuted toward their exnenses. It was tin and tho Weakly Edition, gives a
A. J. CAMPnHLL.
Treasurer Territory of Hawaii.
Treasurer's Olllco. .March 12, 1900,
tho opinion of the commlttco tho com- concise and complete resumo of alt le
petltlve chorus would pay for Itself, gal notices, calls for tenders, Judg
The Promotion Committee would help ments, building permits and real Os
lo tho distribution of literature, but tate transactions. Evenlnd Bulletin,
the Committee could help no concern 75d Per month. Weekly Bulletin, p. O. DXO 152,
getting up ans thing for the making ot SI P'r yr. .YARD, corner
CUT KINpLINQ WOOD, Northwest,
DELIVERED, $7.SO PER CORD. I
Waukesha's ORIGINAL Mineral Water
A New Man In Every Bottle.
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fSSBL The BuTietin, 75cts per month
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