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EVENING DULLBTW, HONOLULU. H. T.. SATURDAY, JUNE . 1KB.
f A I lM .M? 1 II
Unless you visit our storo frequent
ly you scarcely know of tlio possibili
ties that exist tlicro tor handsome
Thcro's not a steamer comes In but
what brings us tho latest novelties
and new Roods for every department.
This week we aro making a special
showing ot the following:
COTTON COVERT CLOTH
For Outing and Vacation Skirts
Wo have It In Blue, Brown and
Green, also In checks and stripes.
Width, 28 Inches".
7 Yards for $1.00
NEW WHITE PIQUES
Something decidedly new and at
tractive In Figures and Plaids. Very
25c and 30c per Yard
ALL WOOL GOODS
With Embroidered Stripes
Beautiful goods for Steamer Waists,
colors, Red, Green, Old Rose, Grey,
Brown, Lavender. Width 28 Inches.
$1.00 per Yard
Also a completo lino oi French
GOOD QUALITY WHITE QUILTS
Full, sizes and a large stock. You
would pay for them at other places
$1.00. Our price 85 cents.
DRY GOODS COMPANY, LTD
DIRECT FROM ENGLAND
Ex Ship "YOLA"
A LARGE 8IIIP.MBNT OF
BITS AND SPURS
BLACK AND GALV,
CORRUGATED IRON ROOFING
BARBOUR'S SHOE THREAD
BUCKETS AND TUBS
CROWN SOAP AND
KNIVES AND FORKS'
Theo. H. Davies & Co., Ltd.
The Pride of the Home
TT 111 1 i- MACHINI
BERESFORD SCORES BRITISH NAVY
A Combination of Art and Utility. Used by many In preference to other
makes of the same price. It Is demonstrating Us merits. Built to Sew Well
and to Last. Call and Inspect the different styles.
H. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd.
Sole Agents for the Hawaiian IwhituU.
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LORD CHARLES BERESFORD.
London, June 20. During the illsousslon of the navy estimates In
House of Commons today, Hear Admiral Lord Chnrles Dervsford, conserva
tive, scathingly criticised the deficiencies of the navy. Hu declared tho
whole Admiralty system was rotten and led to great extravagance, and that
there was a general want of efficiency In tho navy, on which depended thu
existence of the empire. This was lha judgment or all the commissioners
of Inquiry and had been proven a fact. Uvery Increase In the number of
ships and ovcry Improvement In tham had been tho result of outside agl
tntlon. As a result of bucIi agitation the Urltlsh Mediterranean licet was
now a fourth stronger than n year ago. It Is remarkable, Lord Dercsford
added, that both army and navy olTic:rs were compelled to threaten to re
sign In order to get things righted. Croat Ilrltaln had only 20,000 naval re-
When called upon for a speech. Col.
Sopor thanked the club for the distin
guished honor conferred upon him. "1
am not much of a harmonlzer," said
Col Sopor, and later In tho evening ho
made good bis original statement by
making a few remarks about the edi
tor of the Advertiser and the editor of
T F Lauslng proposed that the offi
cers elected should tako scats at tho
table with the president that all pres
ent might know the officers of the
club. Tills suggestion was accepted
and after the officers were seated they
were called upon for speeches. Each
made a few remarks asserting their
readiness to work hard for tho suc
cess of the Republicans In the Second
l'reclnct to overcome the odds that
seemed to be facing the party. Alt
Kn.nllila n .x.trl TT?. .tnnn In mnlfltnln 4tin
Iiwnoiiii' nuuni tit: iwiu- lu iiiutuiuui ttn
preclnct's position as the banner pre
cinct of tho pari;-. From tho body it
the house Representative Kumalae re
marked upon the lack of Hawaiian
'present and proposed that notices of
the meetings be published In the Ha
waiian papers. "Tho Adertlscr, bul
letin and Star are lighting nil thu
time said Kumalae, "and you should
not lead these papers.' He endorsed
tnc remarks of J. SI. Klggs who, speak
ing earlier In tho evening, suggested
that when precinct meetings woru held
eaoli member should bring with htm
as man friends ns he could gather. J.
A. SI. Johnson spoke of tho necessity
lor canvassing the voters of tho pic
'clnct early. T. 1'. Lansing urged the
'necessity for frequent meetings, and
' his motion that a mooting be held two
weeks henco was promptly adopted
llefore adjourning tho hat waH pais-
'cd nnd contributions amounting to
$20 obtained. This swells tho club
fund to something like ICO. The meet'
Ing adjourned to Iho second Friday
evening In July, when speakers will
, bo obtained to stir party enthusiasm.
J Third l'reclnct President, SI. J',
"UC r)nlit...,sm Inn i.rAnlitnnla f IT Cnlln.
IIUUIUDUU, "l.i; .HSIHiU.n, .'.. WW...."
'ders and J. Slana; secretary, Gcorga
IT. Klucgcl; assistant secretary, C.
Spencer; treasurer. D. K. Nul; -n-!
spec-torn of election, Clias. Stnrnue.
i Frwik SIcIutyro. SI. I. Sllva; execu-
tlvo committee. A. L. C. Atkinson, J.
I P. Dins, A. O. Cunha, Sam Nuuanu, Da
Fourth Precinct President, S. K.
IChllllngworth; vice presidents, Jan.
Iuu jr. uuu in. ouviiiKv; rucruiury,
serves Instead of the requisite 80,000 and tno cnglno room department was N Watklns; treasurer, Wm. A. Lovoj
thousands of men short.
As to armament, both the United States nnd "France possessed superior
giinv. Outriders would continue until a separata board Has appointed it
the Admiralty and was made respslblc for tho efficiency of the fleet.
Treasury control was fatal to efficiency. As an Instance, tho speaker point
ed out tho case of Sir William Vcrnoa Harcourt, who. when Chancellor of
the Exchequer, put his pen through the ammunition supplies after the guns
mil been ordered,
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Precinct Clubs Meet
Their Sets of Officers
Republican precinct dubs of tha
Fourth and Fifth Districts met at tit
rlous places last night and elected of
ficers to servo during tho ensuing two
j cars. Tho result was as follows:
First precinct (Fourth District)
Charles L. Hopkins, president; W.
Roe, first vice president; Joseph Lua
hlwa, second vlca president; IMward
S. Uoyd; secretary; Isaac Harbottle,
assistant secretary; P. R. Helm,
treasurer; J. Kalama, S, Kamatoplll
and Joseph Luahlwa, Judges of elec
tion; D. A. Kalole, i:d. Towso. J. K.i
lalna, C C, Keen and Kalaau. execu
Second Precinct Tho Second Pre
cinct of tho Fourth District held a fair
ly good sized meeting In Its tent at thu
corner of Lunalllo and Pllknl streets
DON'T YOU ?
Only way to get nny
comfort tlilH kind of
wentlier and a good
Simply turn on the button to havo
the cooling zephyrs ripple your hair
and make you forget about the day
$15.00 BUYS ONE.
That Isn't much to spend for lasting
Hawaiian Electric Co,, Ltd.
TKLEPIIONti MMN SDO. '
C. W. MACPARLANE,
The Transcendent Arc Light
500 C. P. Consumes nothing but or
dinary Kerosene Oil. Tho best light
Known to sclcnco and tho cheapest.
Havo received tho Highest AwardB at
tho Pan-American Exposition. Suit
able for storo and halls, nnd are In use
in good many of our prominent stores
throughout the city, such ns Wall,
Nichols Co, Honolulu Drug Co., Hollls
ter. Drug Co., Slclncrny Shoe Store,
Kllto Ico Cream Parlors, Hawaiian Ho
tel and others too numerous to men
tion. Wo also havo tho samo Aro
Tamp to burn 12 hours, which is suit
able for lamps to bo placed In ytrds
ob a protection against night prowlers.
Our lamps are In usa throughout all
For further particulars Inquire of '"
WASHINGTON LIGHT CO.,
last night. Thcro were about fifty vo-1 z.er.
ters of tho precinct present. Presi
dent Fisher called tno meeting to or
der and explained tho object of the
meeting. A new roll for members was
opened and was signed by those pres
ent who had not signed tho roll this
jear. Tho list of nominations mado
at tho meeting two weeks ago was
read and, as thcro was no contest, tho
secretary was Instructed to cast a bi.
tot for the following officers to serve
tho ensuing two years:
President, J. II Sopor; vlco presi
dents, W. Kaloraoku, SI. A. Qonsalvci;
secretary, T. II. Pctrle; assistant sec
retary, Patrick aieason; treasurer, C.
II. Atherton; Judges, C. L. Ucalc, O. II.
SIcClellan, C. I). Wilson; oxecutlo
committee, J. H. Craig, R. Ahuna. II.
I). Slead, George Kawal. Charles Cro-
judges. J. R. Halt. J. P Wynnlo and
Chas. Spencer; members ot exccutlt
committee, A. II. Vlerra. W. C. Klnir.
Robert Kamakaoa, nnd J. F. .Morgan.
Fifth Precinct No meeting.
Sixth Precinct No meeting.
fn the Firth District, the result was
First l'reclnct President, Frank
Pahln: vice presidents, David Watson
and .. McKeague; secretary, Illshop
Pahla; assistant secretary, David WJt
sou; treasurer, K. 11, Alkue; executive
committee. Clcorgc Davis, W. K. Lekv
wl and II. C. Adams: judges of elec
tion. Z. SIcKcague; W. K. Lclclwl auj
Second Precinct No meeting,
Third Precinct President. Curtis
P. laukea: vlco presidents, O. Cox and
Alfred Kalll; secretary, lien) Slauka
na: treasurer, F. W. Vix Vnlkenburg;
Judges of election, J. Kalakawnha, II .
Pllmer, J. II. Daranaba; oxecutiro
committee. W. W. (loodalc, Andrew
Cox. II. Pllmer, Oscar Cox, J. K. Kal-aunt.
Fourth Precinct No meeting.
Fifth l'reclnct O. F. teuton, presi
dent, II. F. Fisher, first Wee president;
A. SIcKcetcr, second vice president;
1). (J. Slay, secretary; J. W. Ferguson.
assistant secretary; D. O'Dowda. treas
urer; I). Douglas, T. A. Swift and A
II, Wlsharil, Judges of election nnd
Robert Tern, Louis Warren, V. T,
Johnson, A. Wlssman and Charles Dan
iels, exocutlte committee,
Sixth Precinct President, Judge
Hookano; tlco presidents, II, Robert
son, J. St. L'zcra; secretary, J. II. Kit
ncwa; assistant secretary, Paul Kcp
peler; treasurer, L. L. StcCandlcss;
Judges of election, SI. 0. Correa, IM
ward 12. W. NawaUkoa, Oeorgo Slo
; The Whole Story
in one letter about '
Prom Cpt, F. Ln, Police Station to.
V B. tnntn-Blt.(W fpwin.ntlv u.a I'Eitnr 2
IlAVM pAlN-KlLLEn for jKtilil in rAlfaiit-
.11 K, rArjwaf tm, ttifntti, rott bltti, cA'l-
fcfalrtj, .raTni, aci! all ninlctlblit wl leb 1
bffi'l nirn In cur jionltlon I ha uohrfl-
Ictlnn In ijlnc that PilN-Kaun (i (. (
Utt i tmfJy f hare nrar at hanil.1
V Jiiterimlly mitt Kitrmally.
! T o 8lr.-, SSc. and soc. botUt .
Carthy, executive committee. J. II.
Kahoa. J. Kauhl, IMward Ilakcr. S. K.
Archer, R. A. Woodwnril.
Seventh Precinct President. Judgs l
W. L. Wilcox; first vice president.
(Jeorge II. Huildy; second ko proii
dent. i:. C. WlriBton: secretary, I. J.
PING PONG DUGLE SONG.
Grim portent falls o'er dining halls,
Cxcltcd hearts full high are bratlng;
0 qulckl dnatcti "oir tho table cloth '
Before the folks have done their eat
ing. Ping, Father, Ping! Set the wild echoes
And Pong, .Mother! Answer echoes.
Ponging, Panging, Pinging.
O hark. O hear! Hon- sharp and clear!
As Grandad pings across the table!
O faint nnd far tho echoes are
With Jenkins ponging In tho stable.
Ping! 'Tls tho cook and Kke the house
Cnie to the winds and Ponging. Pang
O loe. It palls this chasing halls
That hide themselves In dusty places,
While one, alas, flew In tho gas,
And three, knocked over valued
Ping! Is It true that angels, no mora
With harps for batB. go Ponging, Pang-
riherwood; assistant secretary, I-llli
KEPT HER FAITH.
EVERYTHING MUST GO
IN THIRTY DAYS
All goods selling below cost. This Is tho last chance to buy as cheap.
GRASS LINEN, BLACK and WHITE INDIA LAWN, VICTORIA LAWN,
LACES and CHINESE SILK.
GOO KIM, 1116 Nuuanu Street
P. O. Box WI
yTVTJStCZc "WO OHLAJST
THE OLDEST CHi. SE FIRM IN HONOLULU.
DttlMf In Flat S Iks idI Gun Ltoioi. tlotM tci Jiptati Qoodi ol All Klili,
Henry H. Williams
WITH t THE
CITY - FURNITURE - STORE
a specialty. . .
The very latest methoJs
employed In caring fir the
dead. A lull stock of the bet
and up-to-date undertaking
goods and paraphernalia.
A. Crawford; treasurer. K. It. O. Wal
laco; Judges of election, William Hciv
ry. Captain J. C. Cluncy, John lnn;
executive committee, I. Cockctt, J. K.i
lana, 8. Slahelona, Sam Paulo, F. Ito-walil.
eighth Precinct President, W. fi .
Achl: first vlco president, n. H.
Adams: second vlco president, Paulo
Hokll; secretary, P. Sllva; assistant
secretary, Noah Kauhano; treasurer.
N. Fernandez; Judges, C. II. Adams. 'J.
F .Prtterson. Paulo Hokll; oxecutUa
committee, Jas. Harbnttlo. Jno. '. I
Lane, Albert McOurn, A. .. Lunggrln,
harry J. Auld.
Ninth Precinct No meeting.
Tenth Precinct President, J. I
Kaulukou; first vlco president, Knoli
JohiiEon: second vlco president. Wm,
Chung Hoon; secretary, W. II. Claw
ford; assistant secretary, Wm. K.
Isaac; treasurer, D. L. Akwal; Judges.
Chas, Ilroad, Alex. Holster, Antocn
Itlcaril; executive committee. Chnrln
Notley, D. Klaha, F. II. Kaiiwahl, Jos.
i.lwal, C. K. At. A committee to frame
rules wns named: J. L. Kaulukou,
chairman, Unorh Johnson, W. SI. Sin-
The late Sol Smith Itussell had, liv
ing in the west three young nieces, ot
whom ho was very fond. He took tha
oungest ot them for a walk one day,
nnd bought her some candy on tho
agreement that It wns not to be eaten
tmtllthcy reached her home. They
started, but beforo they had gone far
the little girl proposod, "Let's wun!"
Her uncle declined, and thero was long
pleading, but all to no purpose. Final
ly, tho llttlA girl stopped, knett down
on the pavement, and offered up tha
petition- "Dod, please make Uncle
Sol wun." "It was simply a question of
my losing my dignity or her losing her
faith In God," said Sir. Itussell, In re
j lating the Incident. "to we ran as fast
us wo could for homo."
Remember there Is no other
Mk. WILLIAMS connected
with thl otabllsliinent ; so
nuke no more mistakes.
Phone Main 61.
1146 and 114S Fort St., Love Bulldlnfi
Residence Cor. Beretanla and Richards Sts. Phone and Night Call Plue 3561.
Slajor Keneral IMward Charles Stars
ton, ot tho Ilomhay army, who died
lately at Karachi, nt tho ago of SO.
distinguished himself nt tho battle of
Sleeanee In 1813 by saving Sir Charles
Napier's llfo. Three huge Ileluchls
wero nuking for Sir Charles when
Marston Intercepted them and slew
them with his sword.
flencntl Lew Wallace Is the proud
rosscssor of a new electric carriage
It was dcllpio-eil by in expert from tin
factory who will remain sierat daya
to Instruct (ieneral Wall.ii-o In the art
Senator Ilurton of Kansas, who la
against reciprocity with Cuba, pro
claimed earnestly that the majority ot
the Senate would never ncccpt the bill.
"Ilurton," said Senator Piatt of Con
necticut, "did jou over hear of tho fel
low up In Connecticut who was out
hunting rabbits? He was telling a
friend nbout his experiences. 'Sly dog
got after one.' ho said, 'and ran after
him, nnd ran him, and ran him. Final
I.", Just as that dog was about to grab
that rabbit, tho rabbit climbed a tree.'
" 'CIO on with you," said the friend,
ralihlls can't climb trees.'
" 'That's all right,' replied the
hunter, 'but this rabbit had to.' "New
Over the gravo of the lato Dr.
Thomas Dunn English a suitable mon
ument Is to be erected by tho Society
of American Authors, of which he was
a lce president.
Sunday Bulletin, $1.25 per year.
ARE YOU DEAF??
Eftrr kind of lfrnr ami til ni full lirnr
liijr ran l (tired by our new IhtpdHoih ml
th iui tiHTtnii tievo born ileal ro Incurable lr I
in ilitmrrcn'eiil uiir. Htmtt particular nbm !
vuurrftte 0uutuiton and ad tiro fii. Mrr J
OIR. DALTON'S AURAL CLINIC.
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