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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I.. TUESDAY, OCTOBER iG, iqco
N.8, Sachs Dry Goods Co.,
JOBBERS AND RETAILERS.
We have bought
contract, for two bits on the
dollar, the entire stock of Sch
weitzer & Co., vho!esale dry
goods dealers of San Prancisco,
and shall place same on sale
on Monday next and following
days at unheard-of prices.
This will be by far the largest
and most important sale of dry goods
ever held in Honolulu, and buyers failing
to take advantage of our offerings will
regret it as long as they live.
We desire to call your attention to a
few of the leaders :
That were sold at $.SS and
$1.7? wholesale, our price to
day, 6 for 25c
In large varletv ; will be sold
out at 10c each
G. D. Corsets,
And other makes ; must be
cleared out at, - 50c per pair
Children's Summer Waists
Must go at 10c each ; regular
A fine line of Ladies' Drop
Stitch Hose, in black or white;
at 3 pairs for 50c
4? 4? & ip These are only a few of
the many specials you will find on dis
play. Call and see us; it will prove a
N, 8. Sachs Dry Goods Co.,
THE PEOPLE'S PROVIDERS.
A nice variety of Window
Scrims and Curtain Nets; will
go at lOca yard
Just one case, containing
100 p'eces Roller Towelling,
will be soil at 2? yards for $1
A small lot of Boys' Blouse
Waists, will be closed out
at 25c each
Twenty five pieces of Turkey
Red Table Damask, regular
6?c value, marked to go
at 25c per yard
Are more th m cut in half; you
want to see them.
A splendid lot of Tooth
Brushes, regular 2?c and Jjc
qualities, will all goat lOceach
We shall sell these at 25c
per dozen. They are worth
three times whit we .ask for,
We are offering a Corset
Cover for 50c that we have
sold 2,000 of at 8?c each.
Are an item
we would have
examine. You will find
desirable Kind in our
stock, and at the
TRIP CAN BE MADE AT
COMPARATIVELY SMALL COST
Vladivostok to St. Petersburg in
Thirty DaysDetail of the Trip
Given by American Consul
New Tourist Route.
The American tourist ever watchful
for new Ileitis of travel Is turning his
attention to tho Slhcrlnn tour. It In
now possible to traverse the wills,
made famous by descriptions of Si
berian prisons. In a modern railway
coach and In reasonably short time.
V. II. Holloway, United States Consul
General at St. Petersburg gives tho fol
low Ing account of the Itinerary and
cost of the all rail trip from Vladlvos
lock to St. Petersburg:
Dally trains start from Vladivostok
to Chabarovska with n dining room car
In which, for a moderate price, traub
era can lunch, dine, sup, hnte tea, cof
fee and wine. Tho prices are limited
by a tariff approved by the ndmlnlflu
tlon. The dally board Is from 3 to S
rubles (J1.D0 to $2.50.)
The price from Vladlvostock to Clia-
bannskn Is: First class, JS.CO; second
class, $510; third claw, 3.W The
distance betwten VladUoslnck end
Chabarovska Is TIC vents (IS2 miles).
Trains start from Vladivostok In the
morning at 9:23 o'cIook and urrlu- In
Chnbirovsk.i the next day at 1.20
o'clock. Time. 2S hours.
Tho Journey from Chabarovska to
Ulagoveschcnskn nnd farther to Sr
tenska (2,130 ersts or 1,423 miles), via
tho Hlver Amur and the Shllka. There
arc 10$ steamers on the basin of the
Amur, four transport boats, and two
steam long boats belonging to private
companies and to the Minister of WajH
and Communications. The steamers
of the Amur company are pieferable,
Theso steamers leave Chabarovska
every flvo days and go from ChnbaroV'
ska to Dlugotcschcnska in six days.
The board Is two rubles ($1) per day
for one person. Travelers lecelvr, at
S o clock in tho morning, tea with
bread and butter; at 12 o'clock ,a din
ner consisting of two dishes of me.it
and pudding; at 4 o'clock, tea; and at
8 o'clock In the evening, one dish of
meat and tea.
From lllagovcschcnska to Srctcnska
the steamers require eight days anil
run oven In case of low water.
Tho faro from Chabarovska to Illu
goveschenska (918',i versts) or OIK
miles, is: First class, (11.48; second
class, $0.88; third class, JI.C5. From
UlagovcschcnBka to Sretenska (l.lKT'i
versts) or 803 miles; tho faro is: First
class, (14.97; second class, J8.US; thlid
I class, JI.'jD; luggugo per pood, .GO.
from sretenska tho journey Is by
rail. The trains leave Sretenska Tues
days, Thursdays and Saturdays, at 0:40
o'clock In the evening and arrive, via
Tslilt, the third day, ut Mulssov, on tho
southeast bank of tho llalkal.
Travelers cross tho Ualkal at I
o'clock, connecting with n train on the
other bank, tho dlstanco to Irkutsk be
ing G2 versts (41 miles), and from Sre
tenska 1,175 versts, or 781 miles. For
this dlstanco passengers pay 19 rubles
((9.50) Including the passage through
tho river Dalkal, In first class cabins;
tho second and third class on tho boat
pay a few kopecks less.
Uetwccn Irkutsk and St. Petersburg
there aro dally trains with all tlir.e
classes of carriages, making tie Jour
ney (6,597 versts) in twelve days.
Tho faro Is: First class, (34.75; sec
ond class, (20.85; third class, (13.90.
Besides these dally trains, an express
train starts from Irkutsk to Moscow
onto a week on Fridays. The Journey
from Vladlvostock to St. Petersburg
(9,922 versts) or 0,07" miles, can bo
effected In nbout thirty to thirty-live
days. Tho Journey from St. Petersburs
to Vladlvostock Is effected In six das
less (twenty-four or twenty-nlno days),
becuuso steamers go down the Amur In
less tlmo than up tho river. Tho faro,
Including tho steamboat with board, Is:
First class, about (125; second class,
(85; third class, (45.
Ice Plant tor Diiwhoii.
Washington, Sept. 20. Somo Inter
esting facts regarding tho situation at
Dawson are contained In tho report of
Consul J. C. McCook, under dato of
August 22. He says thero has,boen an
ubundunce.of wild blueberries, currants
raspberries and cranberries this sum
mer. The cuttlo herders on tho hill
nnd a few Indlnns gather tho burrres
and bring them to Dawson, receiving $1
anil $1.50 per quart,
Tho Idea of building an leo plant III
Dawson seems like "carrying coals to
Nc castle." Tho lack of leu In sum
mer, howovcr, has been seriously felt
and n contract has been given for :m
Ice maehlno to ho placed In a cold stor-
agn warehouse. Tho cost of leo thU
glimmer has been S cents per pound or
nt tho rate of $100 per ton.
Flno Job Printing at
HAWAII LAND CO.
Capital Stock - - $100,000.
Capital, paid up, $48,860
V. 0. Acbl President A Manager
M. K. Nkulnn... Vice President
J. Makslns.1 Treasurer
Enoch Johnson Secretary
Geo. L. Dean - Auditor
BOARD OF DIRECTORS:
J. W. Blplkane,
The above Company will buy, lease,
or sell IsnJj In all parts of the Hawaiian
Islands; and also lie houses In the City
of Houolnlu for rent. US9-yl
W. C. ACHI & CO.,
Brokers & Dealers
tW Wewlil'Bu or bti Real Estate It
11 parti of the group.
tr We will Hell Properties on Beaton
ble Commissions 1
iFFICE. 10 West King Street
Real Estate Broker.
223 MERCHANT ST.
Property In town and suburbs
. and HOUSES TO LET.
T. R. MOSSMAN
Real Estate Agent
Searcher ol Titles . . .
P. B. R. STRAUOH,
Real Estate Broker
Flnncil Agent and Collector
0 Bethel St., near P. O.
J. J. WILLIAMS,
Visitors are cordially Invited tt
.ail and inspect our gallery of life
size royal photos, from Kamehamehi
I. to date.
At the Old Stand
On Fort Street
WE OFFER YOU THE
Best -5c. Cigar
To be bad for tbe money.
CLOSING OUT ALL OUR DOMESTIC
Beaver Lunch Rooms.
H. J. NOLTE
Star Oyster House
CORNER FORT ANDIIOTLL STS.
Steaks and Chops.
Oysters uny Style.
OPEN DAY and NIGHT
G. A. GROTE
Merchant -:- Tailors
Cleaned and Repaired
FIRST CLASS WORK GUARANTKbD
Union St. near Hotel uoj
Young St., bet. Alapal & Kaplolanl Sts.
Ntwly furnished 'room with board,
Also table board. Telephone 3171 Blue,
AdnMs, Brokers and Jobben.
H. P. BALDWIN President
J. B. CASTLE...- 1st Vlce-Piesldent
W. M. ALEXANDKR...-snd Vke-PreslJent
J. P. COOKE Treasurer
W. O. SMITH Secretary and Audltot
Sugar Factors and f -
Hawaiian Commercial & Sugar Co.
Olaa Sugar Co.
Haiku Sugar Co.
Pala Plantation Company.
Nahlku Sugar Company.
Klhel Plantation Co.
Hawaiian Sugai Co.
Kahulul Railroad Company,
The California and Oriental S. S. ft.
W. G. Irwin & 60
Western Sugar Hennery Co., of Baa
Ilaldwln Locomotive Works, !
Philadelphia, lenn U. 8. A.
Newell Universal Mill Co. (National
Cone Shredder), New York, U. S. A.
N. Ohlandt &. Co.'s Chemical Fertili
zers. Alex. Cross & Sons, high grade Fr
tlllzcrs for Cano nnd Coffee.
Reed's Steam Plpo Covering.
ALSO OFFKR FOR SALE
ParafTlne Pnlnt Co.'s P. & D. Palnta
and Papers; Lucol and Llnsee
Oils, raw nnd boiled.
Indurlno (n cold-water paint),
white nnd colors.
Filter Press Cloths, Cement, Llaw
CASTLE & GOOKB
Te ewe Pltsutl'4 Co.
The Walalua Afrlcutnvtl C Lt,i
Tin KoDele Surer Co
Tbe Walan.a Surer (III Ce.
Tte Koloe Agricultural Ce,
The Fulton Iron Worke. SI. lo.lt, ..
The Geo. F. Blebe Steeei Puait,
-The New England Die Iniuraoci Ce. el lee
"2 !? F"! '" Co Henl.il.
-The Alliance Anurence Co ol La
Wm. G. Irwin & Co,
Wm. O. Irwin. .President and Manaiu
ClauB Spreckels VJce President.
W. M. Olffard ..Second Vice President
H. M. Whitney Jr. .... Treas. and See.
Geo. J. Iloss AudltM
lOTOTS 0 TBI
iUKANIO STEAMSHIP COMPAQ
OF BAM FRANOIBCO. OA)
QUEBN ST., - HONOLULU.
The Lancashire Insurance Co,
The Balolse Insurance Co.
Union Gas Engine Co.
Domestic Sewing Macb ne, Bts.
Ouetn iue.1, Honolulu H.I
Hawallen Actlculturel Co;;aajr, Aawlces lete.
Conceny, Ookala Surar Plant. Co , Onow.ee l.na
Co.. Ilonomu Sucer Co., Welluku Surer Ce., Mekee
Surer Co . Mal.akala Rarch Co., Molohal Haeki
rinm mil Mil rr IKDritm HI. If ffH
Co.'e Line ol Bom n Packet.
LIST OF OFFICKRa
O. M. Cooke, Prosldenti Oeorge in
Ilobertsou. Manaeori E. F. niahon
Treasurer and Secretary 1 Col. W. .
Aiion, Aumi tr; r. u. Jones, H, WsUr
huUHo, Oeo. R. Carter, Directors.
trael Mansgei ol
ft Equitable Life Assdhdm Sooirtf
Ot th IJnlted HUtei for tbe lUwsiU
Owwi Mehsct street. Hor
M. PHILLIPS k CO.,
Wholesale Importers and Jobbers
loropetn and Americ&n D7 8co
Fo t and Qceen Hlreets.
CNEBAL COMMISSION A6EET3
Cor. Fort ana Uuceuritr.a UujaltUk