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fi Notable Bargains
FOR 8IX DAYS
MONDAY, TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY,
THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY..
All Wool Dress Goods
BveryWoman hasn't completed her
summer dressmaking yet, so here's an
opportunity to reap the benefit of price
reductions, nothing short of phenomenal. c
New Goods, - Carefully Selected Designs
and Exclusive Patterns.
THEY ARE THE KINDS THAT ARE POPULAR NOW.
Fine All Wool Camel.' Hair Plaid effects,
42 Inches wide, reduced from 85 cents
for this week only. '
Fine All Wool Camel's Hair Plald, fancy
and stylish, 46 lnche wide. Regular ft. 50
value, this week at 75 cents a yard.
Fancy Checked Scotch Tweeds that are
used for ultr stylish suitings. They are
56 Inches wide The old price was S1.25,
but now Is 8$ cents a yard.
Fancy Crepons, all wool, 44 Inches wide
and extra quality. Regular (1.25 valu,
for 90 cents a yard this week.
Black All Wool Crepons, very handsome
designs and effects, 42 Inches wide. Re
duced from 51.25.
All Wool Black Crepons, a very extra
quality In effecls not to be found else
where. They Ire 42 Inches wide and are
the regular $1.50 a yard goods reduced to
ft.15 tnls week only.
WASH FABRICS GALORE
for hot days In Immense assortments of the most
desirable fabrics at a notable saving from regular
prices. SWISSES, ORGANDIES, LAWNS.
PERSIAN LAWNS, DIMITIES, NAINSOOKS
ETC. Then we hive for the Trimmings
BEAUTIFUL LACBt AND INSERTIONS
Remember you won't find as large an assortment
nor is reasonable prices anywhere else : : : :
N. S. Sachs Dry Goods Co.,
Dashing Col. French
Of 'Salvation Army
The local colony of Salvation Army
enthusiast and all those Interested In
a popular Christian movement were
made glad yesterday by the arrival of
Lieutenant Colonel French by the Ven
tura. Col. French Is one of the most
successful and brilliant leaders In the
great army and his pretence ncre It It
believed will giro the work an Impetus
that will be felt throuchout tho Islands.
Col. French Is a guest at the homo
ot C. II, Athcrton. He will hare tho
cooperation of the local ministers In
his Honolulu campaign. Iters. A. E.
Cory, O. L. Pearson. Dr. Adams, Mr.
Theo. Hlchnrds and John Waldron
have offered their whole souled sup.
Friday evening there will be a pri
vate soldiers' meeting. Saturday even
ing, an open air meeting will be held
at 7:30. At 8 o'clock the march will
start for tho Army holt where services
will be held In which Hev. A. E. Cory,
Hev. O. h. Pearson, Secretary Drown,
Mr. Waldron nnd Theo. Hlchards will
participate.' Numerous meetings of tho
Salvationists are scheduled fur Sun
day. Monday evening services will bo
held at Salvation hall. Col. French
will leavo next Tuesday for a tour on
A NEW LINE OF
GOLF SHIRTS, PAJAMAS,
DOILIES, JEWELRY, ETC.
ARE NOW SHOWN AT
CALL AND PE CONVINCED.
14 HOTBL ST.. NEAR NUUANU
10,000 Barrels i
ROCHE HARBOR LIME
, . DUB TO ARR1VB
EX. 6H1P HENRY V1LLARD
THEO. H. DAVIES & CO., Ltd. 1
ASPlf NDIDiTPNIC l
Is recommended to build u?
fisBhef onValesc ert,' strengthen the )
LretreshintflegRgir . .,,711
FOR SALE EVERYWHERE
New Light Blue Grass Linen
uIho other colors.
European Goods for Ladies Suits. Pongee Silks
Nevv Patterns for Gentlemen's Suits in Lighter Weights
MERCHANT TAILOR, A large variety of cloths madeuplntha
GOO KIM, 1116 Nuuanu St.
The 'regular monthly meeting . of tthe
Associated Charities was1 held jtsler
day afternoon, In headquarters on Ho
tel street with the liev. Alex. Mack
intosh presiding and all officers with
the exception of Treasurer Carter pros,
cnt. Sirs. K. V. Merger, the manager,
returned Jjytsterdny after a six wteks'
vacatlontm the Coast and was present
at the meeting. Mrs. I,. Luther, who
acted as manager during the absenco
of Mrs. Bcrgcr, handed In a report rov
crlng the past .two weeks. Tho report
In brief, Is as follows:
"Thcro were 3S new applications and
4 recurrent cases, making a total of 42
persons applying; 10 applications for
work and situations found for 5. Cases
sent to Queen's Hospital, C; Victoria
Hospital, 1. Fifty-four meals were fur
nished, and there were 170 offlco Inter
views. Visits were made and cases In
vestigated. Many gifts of clothing
came Into the office, and many calls
for clothing were made, but the sup
ply has been equal to the demand.
Among tho canes of need a large per
cent wcro chiefly due to lack of em
ployment and insufficient earnings.
Generally speaking there Is no lack of
work for those who are fitted to do
good work. Hut unskilled labor finds
It very hard to support Itself. Indus
trial training would furnish competent
and efficient workmen, nnd then a great
part of tho poverty problem would be
solved. Most people like to do that
which they can do' well, and a com
petent man ,1s not likely to bo shiftless
or lazy. Tho class of persons who ap
ply here seem willing to work but a
large number nre foreigners and un
skilled. I nm glad to report the affilia
tion of tho Spanish Ilonovolent Society,
Dr. Alvarez, tho manager, wishes It to
bo understood that tho object of the
society Is only for relief of Spnnsh
people, nnd not Porto Rlcnns. 1 thank
you for your courtesy and help during
tho manager's absence."
New quarters for the association
formed the principal topic of discus
sion. Mrs. Whitney, tho secretary, hav
ing been notified that the placo now
being used must be vacated by August
1. Tho association will take rooms la
the new building, on Alnkea street,
mauka of the library on account of the
desirable location and the excellent ap
pointments of tho place.
Blank books of all sorts, ledgers, etc.
manufactured by the Bulletin Publish
Regular Session of
Health Board Short
The Board of Health meeting yes
terday was marked with the snap and
expedition ot business promptly done.
C. H. Charlock was made permanent
scretary of the Hoard, on motion of
Fred Smith. The position of Registrar
of Deaths was rilled by the appoint
ment of Robert Henderson. The ap
plication of Mr. Henderson, who wits
formerly employed In the Customs
office was accompanied by strong re
commendations by Collector Stack
able, Senator Crnbhc and Representa
A letter from J, II. Iloyd, Superin
tendent of Public Works was read,
granting permission to use certain
premises In Iwllel for tho purpose nl
The request of Dr. Goodhue to allow
n family to occupy the hoslptal bui.'d
Ing at I.thuc was denied.
A complaint signed by numerous
residents of the neighborhood, was
read protesting against tho unsani
tary condition of tho Hawaiian Soda
Water factory on ttmma street near
Vineyard. The comrlnlnts were very
vigorous and the matter was referred
to a sanitary Inspector for Investiga
tion. A letter from V. V. Macfarlane ad
dressed to the Superintendent of Pub
lic Works, protested against the open
flume which drains the hospltul for
Incurables. Tho drain crosses Ala Mo
lina road and Is considered by Mr. Mac
farlane a menace to the public health.
This was also referred to the sanitary
The examination board reported that
Dr. Alexander Athcrton, a graduate of
Johns Hopkins University, had com
piled with all the legal requirements
for admission to practice medicine.
The' semi-monthly report of Plumb
ing Inspector Keeno showed permit
Issued, 49; Inspections made. Sit:
sewer connections, 42.
Iavo of absence was granted to Dr.
Myers of tho government dispensary
from August 0 to October C. Dr. Peter
son will look after his duties while ho
Permission was granted to Belinda
Jamts to go to the settlement on Molo
kal to assist tho Mother Superior.
PETITION TO BU8INE88 MEN.
Tho ladles of tho Y. V. C. A. hav.
prepared the following petition which
tt is their Intention to present to tho
business men of tho city and which has
already received over 200 signatures:
"To the Business Men of Honolulu
Gentlemen: Tho undersigned mem
bers of tho Young Women's Christian
Association of Honolulu, having at
heart tho higher Interests of all cou
cerned, respectfully and earnestly pe
tition that all business houses nnd
offices bo closed on Saturdays at 1
o'clock In tho afternoon at least dur
ing tho warm months of June, July,
August and September."
ENJOYABLE HOUSE WARMING.
The Informal houso warming of the
i. w. C. A. in their new quarters in
tho Boston building, Kort street, yes
terdav nfternnnn. w.i vnn woll -it.
tended and there was a pleasant spirit
prevailing that made tho affair most
onjoynble. Mrs. II. C. Brown, tho gen
eral secretary, wag assisted In receiv
ing by Mrs. Henry Watcrhouso nnd
Mrs. Arthur Wood. Tho guests were
taken on a tour of innnerllnn nf th
rooms. Between the hours of 3 nnd 6.
over S00 guests enjoyed tho hospitality
of tho ladles of the Y. W. C. A.
TO CURB A UULU IN ONE DAY.
Take Laxative Dromo Quinine Tablets.
All druggists refund the money It It
falls to cure. K. W. Grove's Klgnaturs
Is on each box. 25 cent.
HAWAIIAN TOBACCO CO.. Ltd..
Corner Merchant and Nuuanu Sta.. ,
im IV .-.-. o . . mjjjfjwifc DWtnBI.
Office 'Phone, 390.
Works 'Phone, 389
Save YOUr Wife Many Steps by Install..;
A House Telephone from
Upstairs to Kitchen,
Y01 will never House to Servants' Quarters,
part with it. House to Stable, Etc.
We will Install two 'phones complete under a guarantee at a price- -well
you cannot unoru to De witnout tliem.
The Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.,
Hawaiian Engineering and Contraction Co.
ROOMS 50S, 509, 510 STANGGNWALD BUILDING.
P.O. BOX 834.
TEL. MAIN 70
All classes of Engineering Work solicited; Examinations, Surveys and Re
ports made for any class of Waterworks, Steam and Electric Construction;
1'l.ina nnd Specifications and Estimates Prepared, and Construction Superin
tended; 'In alt branches of Engineering Work; Contracts solicited for Rail
roads, Electric and Steam; Tunnels, Bridges, Buildings, Highways, Founda
tions, Tiers, Wharves, etc.
Special attention given to Examinations, Valuations, and Reports of
Properties for Investment purposes.
FREDERICK J. AMWEO, M. AM. Soc. C. E.,
. Engineer and Mauager.
W. R. CASTLE JR.. Secretary and Treasurer.
Metropolitan Meat Co.,
Fresh Meats and Pish
by Every Steamer
From the Coast that has CoM Storage.
Choice Beet, Veal, Mutton,
Lamb and Pork always
Also Poultry, Salmon and Halibut.
The Metropolitan Market, King St., Tel. 45.
FOR 8ALB AT The Booth, Fishmarket, Telephone 379.
' Central Market. Nuuanu St.. Telephone 104.
HAVING PURCHASED THB GROCERY BUSI
NESS OF MR. CHAS. HUSTACB, we wish to
( inform the general public that we are prepared to fill,
orders promptly, every attention will be given to careful delivery
We ask a share of your patronage : : : :
BBST - QUALITY - GOODS.
C. J. DAV & CO.
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