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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. 1I WEDNESDAY. OCT. 21, 1903
Special Sale of
White Embroidered Linen
, " $2.75..
' " $5.50..
( " $8.00..
Plain and Fancy Silk Parasols
ir $2.75 NOW $1.00
$3.00 " 92.25
$3.75 " 92.00
$4.00 nnd $4.25 " 93.25
$4.50 " 93.50
v $5.50 " 9-1.00
$5.75 " 9-1.25
$6.00 " 9-1.00
'.$0.50. . .". " 95.00
N. S. Sachs Dry Goods Co.,
Cor. Beretania and Fort Sts.
DO you enjoy ICE CREAM that
is made from Pure Cream
and CAKES that are a good
deal lighter than 'Ma makes?
Then come to us. We have the.
goods. We serve meals from
6 to 8 a:m., II a.m. to 2 p.m.,
and from 5 to 8 p.m., at reason
able prices. Service the best.
Hotel next to Perkins'
The pla lo I primarily adisctueol the rat.
The CIticcnV Health Commlttte'0 warn
Ine ol danger iron) plague .epidemic em
phasizes tho Imperative necessity ,ol
What Is the best way?
By using Gleams' Electric Rat and Roach
Paste, the moat reliable poison, and one
that drives the rats outol the house to die.
It is recommended by the health author
Itles, and Is bought and used by the U. S.
Government In its light against the dreaded
Oet a box ol Steams' Electric Paste today
and help In the light to Iree our city irom
the dangerous rats.
2 ot. box 23CI I6ot.box$t.00.
Sold by DrugBlttt and Otnera,' Stores tvery
where or sent direct prepeld on r :cetpt of price.
tTUIIV tUCTiR ritTt A., B.llilo, K. T., U. i. A.
A Specialty is made of repairing
THE MILLIONAIRE MAKER
Wo liayo just published
"Tho Oil Ilool:" profusely .1
lustinted. It tells how 33 out
of 58 listed oil companies are
now on n dhldend pnyltiK ba
sin. How California oil stocks
nro incrcasliiK In value. How
California oil stocks pay 2 to
1!0 per cent, monthly dtW
ilends. Tells how
$170 MADE A MILLION
How to inako prolltablo In
vestments. Tho "Oil Hook"
will fatten your pocket book
and add to jour bank book.
One copy mailed free, poslngo
prepaid, if jou act promptly
nnd send beforo tho supply is
exhausted. Wrlto today.
LINCOLN MORTGAGE AND
048-658 Pncifio Building,
San Fiancisco. Calif.
HONOR THEIR SHIP
Peck and McCandless
I.. Tenney Pck nnd .!. S. Mcdiut-
Ics-t, fotnier ictsldoiits (if the Slate
of West Vltslnl.i, entertained l.ut
cveiiltiff nt a cllmier Riven at t'.in
Alexander Young Hotel In honor of
the odlceis of tho flagship West Vir
Ttie West Virginians thought it
quite proper that botno spcctnl at
tention should bo paid tho represent
ative of tho State. Their gitesta In
cluded officers of tho ship, the Naval
Station, anil nlso former resident.) of
West Vlrgliilu. Tho function was a
distinct SUCCC3S, tho toasts wore ap
propriate, tho talk-feat most enjoy-
iilile, nnd (lid tongs of West Virginia
Ming by tho ofllcois inspired great
Tho table was ' very attractively
decorated with Mowers nilornlng tho
gieat battleship in tho center, whTlo
a inlnlaturo lighthouse warned the
marlneis of tho rocks.
Thoio piescnt from tho flagship
West Virginia wcro: Cn.pt. Alqxandor
MtCracklu, Lieut. Commander C. N.
Offley, I'leet Engineer; Major .7. T.
Atjer, I'leet Marino Otllccr; I.leut. If
N. .Inuscii. KIcct. Ordnance OHlccr;
Lieut. Thlccn, Chief Engineer; En
signs .1. 13. l'onil. C. W. llartlgan,
mid I). I. Morrison; Midshipmen 11.
It. Ware, .Jr., nml T. A.- Symington.
I'rnm thu Honolulu Naval Station
weie Capt. Corwln I. Itees, Chief En
gineer I'atlvB In ciinrgc of tho I'carl
ilntlior construction; I. lent. Comman
der S. E. Moses, I'a master Hornher
ucr. Other guests wcio Judge S. 1).
Dole, Dr. Ij. 13. Cofor, Judge Alexan
der l.lniNny, Jr., Jns. A. Kennedy,
Jus. A MiCandless, Prof. John Don
ughho, I.ieut. Winter from Kurt Mey
er, who U now connected with the
Kamcluimeha Schools as mllltaiy
Instructor; Scoft Wright of Wnlpa
htt, W. J. Cooper, nnd Alfred Cislle
This Is one of thu fit Kt occasions
on which the lopiesent.itlvcs of n
State lime paid specjal honor to tho
wtirshlp representative whllq visit
ing the port. Tho signal success nt
tho nflalr gives promise that tho good
example will bo fol(6v;cd
SPLENDID PHOTOS OF
' CITY AND HARBQR
It. K. Iloulno maili somo wonderful
photogiaplis this iimralng Hum tho
'top of I'uiichbowl with his now paiio-
iiiinlc camera. On account of tho fact
tha' theio mo more ships In tho har
bor at tho present tlmu than theru will
bo foro consldernhlo tlnui to conic, he
inado an especial rffiitt to get some
ecellont p.moinnilc les of tho Iiuk
Iness section of tho city nnd tho hni
hor combined Willi his new ciunor.
Mr, liniilno la enabled to mako pic
tutos tea feet long and several feet
Tlicro (Mended Wcwtt havo been
suggested for use at tho Alnska-Yu-kon-1'aclHc
fair. Mr. Ilonluo will bIiow
ucaily nil or h! local pletiiicH this
wt'i'Ic nt tho Opei a lloiisu, his film of
volcano moving plctuies being eapec
fed tired and sltecpy after
a day's, work? Are
you heavy and "soggy" after lunch?
If you are it't a sign that yo,ur system
needs a little
Your digestion is poor.
A glass of P r i m o Bee r, taken
with your meals, will aid the digestion
and act as a general tonic.
THE HOME BREW
ARE ALL ONEWAY
of beef nnd veal from this market are superior to any oth
er. You will find the meat finer grained, more tender, and
with sufficient fat intermingled with the red meat to make
it cook well and taste well.
METROPOLITAN MEAT CO, Limited
What spot in these Islands can ex
ceed the great Waimea Plains in
beauty, climate and diversity of seen
cry? City folk in want of rest and
recreation will learn with pleasure
that the Waimea Home of Mr. David
Forbes, late Manager of Kukuihacle,
is now in the hands of Mr. H. Akona,
the well-known Chef.
The premises may be rented .fur
nished by week ox month on reason
able terms. Apply to
H. AKONA, WAIMEA, HAWAII.
P. 0. Address, Kawaihae,
HILO NEEDS MOHE
Pau Ka Hana
IN THE HOUSE.
Choice FERNS, EOSES and
In his loporl to Governor Froar. Sup-
ciluteudeiit of Public Winks Cumpbvll
stated Ui.it u great deal of lhonuy
would luio to Ira spent In fixing up
thu water ssteni at Hllo. Mr. Camp
bell Investigated this innttur when ho
was In Hawaii's metiopolls somo days
ngo, nnd found that tho hj litem Indeed
was in a bad way.
In somo placet, thu water pipes nro
as much as thirty ..irs old, and con.
hoqiieutly lire rotted to a gioat degree
On account of this fact, a number of
districts In Hllo are entirely without
flro piotecllon. Mr. Campbell reallzoi
tho importance or Iliu piotecllon In
Hllo, ami tho matter H 0110 Mint will
liu brought befoio the Legislature.
of tho Middle West. At times, espe
cially In I'l essential years, it Is a
swifter betting center than Chicago,
Umlsvllle, St. I.ouls, Cincinnati, Co
JiniilitiK, or Denver. Thu following
me the posted odds In these resorts:
Two to one Hint Taft will ho elect
ed; I to 4 .hat llryan will ho clcct-
Mnf Cinrvln Fnin W ''''i '" r' lll!lt rynu will rarry two
NOt blllgle EVen Wager t the followl..B States: XowYork,
Thot Omion UWI On 'Illinois, Ohio, Indiana; ucn money'
lllal Diyail IlUI DC that Taft's plurality will bo less than
uii , 1 20,000 oer llryan. In Indlnnn; t to
W inner l Unit Ilrnn carIcs ludlaua by 1S,-
J000; C to C that Harris, llcpuhlleau,
NKW YOllK, X. Y Oct. 10. Odds will bo elected Uorornur ot Ohio,
In the election betting In Wall stiect "" money that Mnrshnll, Democrat,
went from C to 1 on Taft to r. to 2 "cals Wnthon, Hcpulilleaii, ror l.ov
nml a to 1. In tho faeo ot tho order o"- ,,r Indiana.
piohlbltlng any open bettliiK on tho1 '" Terro llnulo the odds arc 100
curb, all wnguis diad to bo mndo ,0 " tnnt .Maitnall beats atson.
under lover. At tho Dciinlsou Hotel thu posted
' Chanler money, which has been "'I''11 nr: Ton '" csht (very Riuall
flndliiK Us wny Inlo tho "street" In amount). Tart to be elected; 25 to
larRo sums, round takers In moder-,-0 lllat T"(t arrles Indiana; nnd 1
lite bums at en money. j'' -' H'at Tnft's plurality In Indiana
CoiisldeiiiUo mine money Is beliiR will be moie than 17,000.
posted on tho outcome of tho Stnto '
fiKht than on the Xatloiial. BUCKEYE3 ItfEET.
One of the largest bets made since j T,0 n.i6keyo Society was enlei
Ihe opening of tho btnto campnlgii tnm., U8t ..veiling at tho residence
was lepoited last night, nt the W.il- of Mr nnd Mrs.W A. Ilonun, 171S Ke-doif-Astoila.
A. II. Hudson, said to wain stroet Tho murlcal part of tho
h.ivo been acting for John V. dates, proRrnin wns gUea by Masters Ken
wageied S2t,00n with ltlchard 11. '"'"' "'", wllIar'1 hlos on piano nnd
.niii, i,,, , ,,.,.,, ,, lulln. A number of now member.t
( Cnil ) DoKEilt that Chanler would , M i..., , ,.,., i,,. ,..i
. , . -, ; "VIII IIXVHI II) HlUWIIfi lllllll 111 HM'l
bo elected. Mr. Diiggett betting $20, j XirH, nbcrsole, Itov. and Mis. Y. 1).
000 that Hughes would havo a sec- Oleson. Mr. ami Mrs. Iteuco, .Miss Shet
ond to) ill. field and Mrs, S heater of Oahu Col-
It was estimated that In tho Inst,l'p' 'M'88 l'nttcrsoii, Mrs. Clifford i:.
few dajs. In the brokerage cilices In I MvinKstiiii. 3ir. ami. jtrs. humner .
mill near tho Wuli.orr-Ai.torl.1. mom. rn, ..it, ... i.. :
than $100,000 had been wageied at , by Mrs. .1, M. Whitney cm "Tho Hod
odds of 1! to ,' In f.nor of Chanler. i lug of tho Spalding Manuscrlp."
MAUI'S GRAND JURY
Tho Maul (Irani! Jury meets lodav.
nnd tho matter or ihe Investigation of
County Attorney Knluii will ho taken
up. Actljig Attorney uenerui wmuiej
ixccts a wireless from Dcput) !..
iiaeh tomorrow morning. Mating
whether or not Kalua has hoiii Indicted
Honolulu Construction and Draying Go.,
PHONE, OFHOE 281, P. 0. BOX 154,
Fort St., Opp. W. 0. Irwin & Co., ltd,
We do all kinds of Teaming; also deal in Crushed Rock, White and
Black Sand, Broken Coral, Garden Soil, Etc. SAFE MOVING A SPECIALTY.
Mrs. E.M. TAYLOR
THE FLORIEST. HOTEL YOUNG Bid
o SEED LEIS-
HOTEL STREET NEAR FORT
PAINTING, PAPERHANGING AND
General Jobbing A Specialty,
Dealersn Wall Paper, Paints, Oils,
etc. P. 0. Box 014. 221 No. King
St., opp. Aala Park. W. B, Kam, ragr.
Tho employes of tho Interii'allcnal
Paper company i erased to return to
work In' the various mills of tho com
pany lu Massachusetts, Malno nnd
Xow Hampshire under a 5 per cent
wugo l eduction, dm) lug tho light of
tho president of their nntloiiiM union
In accept for then) the lower into.
SMg BULLETIN ACS PAY -qg
ALL SORTS OF ELECTION
WAGERS IN INDIANA
At a meeting of Gideons, or Chris
tian tiavellng tnc:i,.lield In Knimai
INDIANAPOLIS, Intl., Oct. 10.
" City last night a movement was start
TO VOTE FORCATHCART
A business man who refused to al
low Ills ntimo published Ihciiim.- lie ill:
not "want to get Into the scrap" slut
uil last cM'tillig that he lmd really bieil
surprised at tho number uf men who
had told him they Intend to ioti rr
Cathcait us a piotcst against the mi
fair method used In attacking him.
Ills siirpiloo wai occasioned b the
fart that many or these men were
ones whom he thought would natiiril
ly bo opjKised to Cathcnrt The -ai
fill thinking businessman lie found to
bo uulctly but ury positively opposed
to tho campaign that Is going on and
will cast his oto accordingly, nil
iiufortunatel) not tho straight tp-ket
Jiei'.iuso ot tho nttacks on Cathcnrt.
The Bulletin Publishlnc Co.,
Ltd., is agent for the best engraving
and lithographing' company on
the Pacific Coast and is prepared
to give estimates on high-grade
printing of every kind.
Also prices and samples of the
Very Latest in Engraved Cards,
Invitations, in the best of form
for smart functions.
Caleb Powers, recently freed In Ken
tucky after several tilals for complic
ity In tho Hoehcl assassination, was
,,",l","l ""'0' '""" "" J"' i cd lo put bibles n the looms of every (baptized Into tho llapllst church lu
This town Is ono of tho sporty cpots ,t,. t)ln Vnlled States. '.lellleii. Tenn -
A Rare Opportunity
The Government recently paid 40o
per square foot for a strip of land on
the corner of Judd and Nuuanu Sts:;
and less than 80 feet from it, facing
Jull St. and opposite Mr. Clive Da
vies' residence I am authorized to of
fer for Sale a lot 02x42 on Judd St.
at 20c per Square Foot, together with
a small G-room Cottage on same, all
P. E. R. Strauch
WAITY BLDG. 74 S, KING ST.
Printing and Developing
We have the largest and' most complete equip
ment in Hawaii. Rush orders a specialty.
EVERY SIZE and PRICE.
COMPLETE OUTFITS of ev
Some of the handsomest col
ored views ever shown.
Fhotoirraphio views, large
and small. Largest collection.
Tost-Cards that will be of
interest to Coast Friends.
Very large assortment of
Come in and see them whether you intend to
Buy or not. They're worth it.
Honolulu Photo-Supply Co., Ltd.
"Everything Photographic" Fort Street, near Hotel
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