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.tuoutu uvuuutin, nunuijUMIi il, T, BATUKUA.T, JUNK 11 1003.
Somo very pretty goods being
shown nt our counters this week. Cool
Mimmcr Roods nncl of dainty texture.
We nlwnya tako a great deal or pleas
ure In allowing onr liandsome Importa
t.ons nnd will bo glad to sco you at
All tills season's most dcslrablo
sl.Ddes nnd patterns in little, Green
nnd Tan. Very pretty Tor Ladles' Cos
tumes and excellent Shirting Material.
Width SS Inches.
THE MERCHANTS' FAIR
Tor an hour and three-quarters yes- sen Ices such
tn.'..i- niu.noon tint Honolulu Msr members.
chants' Association gave attention to a
Mr. Smith considered It an able nud
Iminirfniil miMtrf mill olwinl.l tirt liii lil.l
set order of buMncss nt the Chamber ,, W,hollt rnrtlcnt attention. He
of Commerce hall In the llackfeld moved, seconded bv Mr. Hall, nnd It
their I As a member of the committee he re-
I gretted lack of time to glc the subject
was oteil that the report be referred
to the xtandlug conunlttio on tiade
Two letters of II. A. Maeflo, with en
closures, on the subjpct of coffee whs
sub.nltted by A. I.. I.otilsson throimr.
the siiTutnry. The wtlter IicIIp.piI
the attention It required. The gov
ernment and transportation compan
ies had shown their hearty good will,
nnd It remained for the association to
do Its part. There was n great deal ot
work needed. This was another mat
jtcr where Mr. Smith thouiVt the press
wight do great service.
Mr. Dlmoud suggested that a enn
striii'tlmi company might tnkc hold ol
40c per Yard.
nxqnislto Ladles' Skirt Material in
handsomo shades of Dlack, Navy,
Brown, Grey and White.
75c to $1.50 per Yard.
Largo now stock and very prett.
Plain, Plaid and Dotted In Black,
White and Grey.
Ladies' Black Lace Hose.
Largo display at hose, counter. Cel
ebrated Hermsdorf ilyo: open laco
wink; excellent for summer wear.
3 Pairs for $1.00
There were present: V. V. Mac-far-lane,
president; W. W. Harris, sccre-
Itury. W. W. ilnll, John llumburg. II.
T. Wlchman. V. L, Waldion, Oeo. W.
1 Smith. W. W Dlniond, John O. Itoth
well, M Phillips. T. J. I'huicli, John !'.
Soper, L. K. I'ln'fham, W. II. ll.ihhltt. that Joint
C, on llninni. Jas. (I. Spencer. J. M. Hho might serure adequate protevilutt
Wnkelleld and Itobert Catton. . to coffee. A dutj of the cents a pomi.l
, Mr. I'lnkham. for King to Merchant ns stilted ns light In an enrlos.it r
street. I eportcd that with n few excep-1 from M. I'analgua. president of the
,tlous the business men of tho locality l'orto Hlco Chiimbur of Commerce.
I were prepared to support the Kortl A letter from (leo. McK. Wllllnmr.on
street paving scheme. Mr. Harris1 Captain a..d (liiartermnstcr, IT. S. A . to
BtatCll that Lowers Xr. Hooke'H lease Mr llnfii'ti nrnmldpit Hint tlin urllrr
on thnt strppt would nxnlrn In iai)3. Mr. I wmiM mieni-nr m nhmln n.i. d.lrn.1 street cleaning scheme begun some tlm-i
Hall said the Austin Kstnte would do I Information ns to why Hawaiian coffee "K" wns roa'1 n'"1' nfter Mr- Wlchman,
TURN IT DOWN LIKE
You often pay for 14
candlo power when 1 can
die power Is all you nee
You often endure 1C
randle power when 1 c. p.
would bo more suitable
without regard to cost.
!!!o lamps that turn
down from IC c. p. to 1 c.
p. can be used any place
where a common electric
lamp Is used. Wo have
them for sale at 75c each.
v a m IT 1 A ak
n mmm uu lki,
aulon b) Hawaii and I'm to, rnsldent .Mncfarlnne nth heel nil ad
dition of three members to the lOiiintlt
tce and with tacit consent ho appointed
Mcskik. Itothwell, Catton and Waldion
on the committee.
Mr Smith fnuired the Idea of a con
struction company, possibly constituted
of committee members.
A letter from Louis Marks on the
DRY GOODS COMPANY, LTD
DON'T GO ON WORRYING
With Inferior or needlessly expensive Illumination In your homo.
Thoro Is absolutely no occasion for it. Thousands of housekeep
ers throughout tho Islands have removed this annoying problem
entirely by acquainting themselves with tho Ideal perfect light for
the homo. It Is as brilliant as gas or electricity, never smokes,
smells or gives any trouble Is lighted and extinguished as easily
as gas, and burns but Uttlo kerosene oil. Our catalog shews all
styles from (1.80 up, and Is sent for tho asking.
Tlien. H. Davies & Co., Ltd.
nothing for his corporation's building
site, so that whatever aid was given
'would bo from themsches. Mr. I'lnk-
ham mentioned that there would be no
objection from the Public Works De-
Mr. Phillips reported for the section
1 between Merchant and Queen streets.
i No reply hnd been received from W. O.
Irwin & Co. or the Campbell Estate,
but J. 0. Carter, agent of the latter,
personally expressed himself ns against
I Mr. Wlchman, for King to Hotel
street, said that the attitude of the
Campbell K3tato put thu long block In
, which the speaker was located out ol
the count. On the other side of tho
street the Ilrewer L'stnto was prepare J
to do Its part.
No report was received for Hotel to
Ileietanla stieet, owing to the absence
of Messrs. Wolters nnd W. H. Hoogs.
Mr, Smith suggested that the aid ot
1 the press be solicited and n vigorous
I It was icmarked that the cost would
, bo J3 a front foot up to the car tracks.
Later a letter from J. 11. IJoyd, Sti-
I perlntcndcnt of Public Works, was rn-
Icclvcd and read, assuring tho associa
tion of the department's cordial con
Mr. llumburg repoited that arrange'
ments hnd been made whereby the
Oceanic Steamship Co. would glvo free
passage ono way and the Pacific Mall
Co. the other way. to Walter C. Weed
on for his lecturing tour on the Main
land. Letters might also be furnished
to Mr. Wccilon which would secure him
inllway transportation concessions. Tho
report was applauded.
W. C. Wcedon by letter told of his
preparations for his lecturing expedi
tion subsidized by the two commercial
organizations. He wanted to know It
the association would give him further
assistance In the form of a contribu
tion townrd paying for his lantern
blldc equipment which would cost about
$200. Ho njio suggested a supply ol
illustrated letter heads nt $10 a thou
sand. Some llttlo feeling was evinced by
several members over the request ol
Mr, Weedon for further assistance after
his own original terms hnd been fully
met by the nssnclatlon. Finally, It was
voted to hnvo the secretary Inform Mr.
Weedon that no moro assistance could
bo rendered his enterprise.
Secrctnry Harris read a lengthy re
port by A. llarncs on tho credit sys
tem, giving methods In ogue nmong
similar associations on tho Mainland
for the protection of merchnnta from
the making of bad debts. There was
also much Information regnrdlng other
was not bought for the troops.
Tho matter of the Merchants' l'alr
came up on tho report ot tho special
committee as follow a:
Honolulu, II. T.. June lum. ltiii2.
To tho President nnd Membeis of the
(lentleiuen: Tho committee ap
pointed by on for thu purpose of in
quiring into the proposed Merchants'
l'alr. which It has been suggested to
bo held In conjunction with the Agil
explaining that the writer was work
lug for the rommlttco on the subject.
It was ordered to be filed.
C. I). Chase wioto advocating the
bystematlc encouragement of tourist
travel. A letter from W. M. Olfrnrd
i in the same connection was mentioned,
and on motion of Mr. Smith the mutter
I was referred to a special committee,
conslMing of .1. O. Itothwell, J. Hum
burg and W. I.lshman.
Mr. Spencer, an representing the
cultural l'alr, beg leavo to report as chamber of Commerce, brought up tho
follows; matter of the Handbook of Hnwall tin
At n conference between Acting ,,,,. Iirppat.atn by St.m.tary Cooper
(Jo.ernur Cooper, Mr. Wrny Talor, .. ' .,...., ,',k .,. Iinttcr wn.
Commissioner of Agriculture nnd Por- A , ' " Jl""al 'alk the matter was
estry. and your committee, wo were as ,,,f"ml '" ,ll,c """'""M'0 l'bllclty
Kliri'il in tin. hnnrlv in.mii-ntlmi nr Ihu n"d promotion.
goernment, nnd their hope that the I'lesldcnl Mncfarhtne bioiight up the
proposed action bo taken. i "latter of Saturday ufternoon closing
Owing to public notice having been for tlnee mounts, or during lltn ueate.i
given early In the year that the Agrl- term when outdoor sports hold sway,
cultural b'nlr would be held the last of He advocated the movement ns no more
July, ami that planting had been going than right. The Indoor temperature
on In uecordauco thercwiiii, It wna experienced nt that very meeting wn
deemed InndUsablu to. at this time. ' nn lUimtrntlnn of the ileslrnbllltv of the
ciiang.) wie unto oi tno i-nir. ami your WCPuiy half holiday. Of tourso the le
comnilttc'o leel that It Is to tho best in- ,a trade .otiltl not Indulge Itself owing
.T . h .?' .it .' 0' C0"CUr '" "'0 to the fact that Saturday was the great
"'. ?" 'ft ...'topping day. In conclusion he sag-
' -JU- IUIH.1M U.tOlfllllUlll'U
FELS NAPTHA SOAP
WASHES CLOTHES WITHOUT RUBBING
REMOVES ALL GREASE AND PAINT STAINS
SALTERS' GROCERY STORE
Before It Is Too Late!
BUY WHATSOEVER YOU WANT AT FIGURES WAY BELOW COST
OUR BNTIRE STOCK
MUST BE GLEANED OUT BY JUNE 30, 1902.
NEW GRA88 LINEN JUST RECEIVE D.
GOO KIM, 1116 Nuuanu Street
C. W. MACPARLANC,
The Transcendent Arc Light
D00 C. P. Consumes nothing but or
dinar Kerccene Oil, Thu best light
known to science nnd tho cheapest.
Ilao reii'l.cd tho Highest Awards at
the Pan-American Exposition. Suit
nble for store and halls, nncl nro In uso
in good ninny of our prominent stores
thtoughoiit the city, such ns Wall,
Nichols Co.. Honolulu Drug Co., Hollls
'tor Drug Co.. Mclnerny Shoo Store,
i:ilte Ice Cream Parlors. Hawaiian Ho
tel and others too numerous to men
tion. We also hnvo tho samo Arc
Lump to burn 12 hours, which Is suit
able for lamps to he placed In yards
ns a protection ngalnst night prowlers.
Our lamps nre. In uso tnroughout all
Tor further particulars Inquire of
WASHINGTON LIGHT CO.,
companion (the W. S. S. Co. nnd tlm
I.-I. S. N. Co.) hnve offercul n GO per
cent reduction In fares, making n one
faro round-trip inte. tickets good for
one month, lor passengers from the
other Istnuds. They still further offer
to carry free, pioducts and goods to
be exhibited at the Agriciiltiiinl lair.
Somo of the hotels offer special re
duced rates to the Island Wsltors dur
ing tho fair.
The Jockey Club has signified their
willingness to arrange a race meet
during Hint week, they only nsking
that the fair piomoters guarantee n
portion of the purses.
lour committee lecls thnt tho fair
can bo sticcesdfully nnd ciedltably car
ried thioiigh. provided n proper locn
tlon can bo obtained nnd would sug
gest that n committee bo appointed to
wait on (lovernor Dole, requesting Iilra
to get permission from Captain Me
Williamson, tho United States resi
dent quartermaster, for tho erection
of u pavilion In front of-and between
the drill shed and Hotel street, for the
housing of tho merchants' exhibits nnd
such other uses as may ho deemed (In
gested the circulation of nn agreement
Mr. PlnkhUm stated-thnt the Pacific
Hardware Co. closed tightly Sattirdaj
afternoons year In nnd out. Mr. Wake
field s.ild the same fur T. 11. Davies
Mr. Phillips snld M. Phillips & Co.
would shut up tight If the other liousej
did. lie moved the mntter be referred
to n committee.
The motion carried nnd Messrs
Wakefield and Hubbltt were appointed
It was mentioned by Mr. Il.tbbllt. ni
reason for declining, that von Ilamm
(c Young nlready closed Saturday af
ternoons. The reason was taken In the
Mr. Phillips called attention to the
question of declaring a business holi
day on King !M ward's coronation day
It was the prcalling lew thnt 11 would
be an act of courtesy to a friendly na
tion, especially taking Into considera
tion, as Mr. Spencer quoted the former
Prince of Wales, that "It's a long time
between reigns." The sentiment wai
teglstered In n ote and the meeting
Your commltteo has secured an cstl I UIC" nujotirneo
mate that the probablo cost of a suit- I
nblo building will bo between (2504
and $2700, and thnt probably (1200
would be realized from tho sale of tho
building after tno close of the fair,
making n probablo net cost of about
flOOO. Hespectrtilly submitted,
P. II. HI.L.M. ,
W. W. DIMOND. '
t OBO. W. SMITH. ' Weekly edition of the Built tin SI a
Mr. Smith commented on the report, year.
TO CURE A UDLD IN ONE DAY
Take Laxatlvo Uromo Quinine Tablets
' All druggists refund the money It it
I falls to cure. H. W. Orove's signature
It on each box: 25 cents.
Porter Furniture Co,
First-class FURNITURE ot all descrip
tions. Upholstering Department un
equalled in the City. Now located in the
Port Street, opp. Love Building.
PORTER FURNITURE CO., LTD.
E. C. WILLIAMS
P, O, BOS 995-
OT"XT$rG3r WO OX3C2Llr
THE OLDEST Crli.'SE FIRM IN HONOLULU,
DitUfi la Ftoi S Iks iod flftn Lltuni. CMon tnd Jiptotit Qoodt of All CIbIi.
The Bulletin, 75cts, per montb
raressKTCn.sTraBi.tic;Mj. -.f ijm.uiiv j
Henry H. Williams
THU PriOGRESSIVU UNI1ERTAKI.R
OP i HONOLULU WITH I THE
CITY FURNITURE - STOBE
a specialty. . .
Ths very la'est methods
employed In caring f' r the
dead. A lull stock of the bet
and up-to-date undertaking
KooJs anJ paraphernalia.
Office, IMG and 1148 Fort St.,
(j Phone, Main til. Residence 1375 Fort St,, below Vineyard
Remember there Is no other
MR. WILLIAttS connected
with this establishment ; so
make no inure mistakes.
Phone and Nlfiht Call, White jSm.
1120 FORT STREET
OPP1CE OPEN DAY AND NIGHT.
Fine cnskct.t, shrouds nnd robes
of every description.
FIrst-clnss Ombalmer from S. F.
LADIES IN ATTENDANCE.
TEL MAIN 179.
EMINENT PHYSICIANS have caretully analysed
bottled frt.m the famous "KOPMi.SQIF.LLli" in the
liar 11.11tmtn.ms and have unaniinntisl) pronounced it the
'( A7.S7 and mi account of its agreeable taste, the
MUST HI I lil-.SIUXi, Ol' ALL X.ITCR.U. MIXER
.11. lr.ULHS. The ideal drink during the summer
H. HACKFELD & CO., LTD.
General Merchandise, Dry Goods, Groccrleu.
ilriDuneee Provisions, etc
MAGOON BLOCK, MERCHANT STREET.
r3 . 0- E02C 880 IMIain. 2IH
Bulletin Ik per month