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EVENING UULLKTIK, HONOLULU. H. T., MONDAY, JUNE SO. lft
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WEAR CLUB COLORS
COMING BOAT RACES
The lady adherents of Iho boat clubs
cannot participate In tho coming races
but can Inspire enthusiasm by being
attired In their favorite club colors.
Have you seen the display ot hand
somo materials In our windows? Hero
we mention a fow of thorn:
nine and White.
30 In, 20c a Yard
Hhie and White.
29 In. 20c a Yard
28 In. 30c a Yard
Blue and White.
31 In. I5c a Yard
POLKA DOT DIMITY
llluc nnu" White.
30 In. I5c a Yard
Illue nnd White.
32 In. 25c a Yard
Dluo with whlto dots. Solid
blu with laco stripes.
HEALANI HATS AND
lied and White.
30 In. 6 Yards for $1.00
Red and Whlto.
30 In- 15c a Yard
2Mn. 30c a Yard
28 In. 30c a Yard
30 In. 30c a Yard
32 In. 35c a Yard
lied with white dots. Solid
red with laco stripes.
MYRTLE HATS AND
KOHALA DITCH BILL
AWAITS NEXT SESSION
DRY GOODS COMPANY, LTD.
Washington, D. C, June 16. Tho cr purposes under the authority of tho
Senate Committee on Pacific Islands Teirltory of Mr. wall,
gave brief attention to Hawaiian mat- Sec. 2. That any canal or ditch
. .. .. ... . n,h company desiring to secure tho bene-
ters at Its meeting this morning. Tho fltg of thg Act 8halI wlhn twc,v
Kohala Ditch bill was considered but month8 after the locat.on of ten mllea
no action taken. It Is believed tho of its canal If tho samo bo upon stir-
matter will uo allowed to go over to voyed lands, and If upon unsurvcyed
tho next session of Congress. Senator IanilB wl""n lwIVB , n " B" n
Kornkcr lias proposed an amendment th ,h commU,lonEr o( pub,0
to the Kohala Ultch bill, which will an()8 for tho Territory of Hawaii and
nlso bo allowed to go over untlt thu wll, tho secretary of tho Interior a
next session. The amendment Is as mnp 0f tg cnnnl or dltcli and rescr
follows' I voir: and tmon the nnnroval thereof bv
Amendment. I tlio Governor and Attorney General
Intended to be proposed by Mr. For and Commissioner of Public Lands of
akor to tho bill (It. It. 11997) gran- the Territory of Hawaii, and the tip
ting to tho Hawaii Ditch Company, provnl also of tho Secretary of tho In
Limited, the right of way over tcrlor, the Bamo snail be noted upon
public lands In tho districts i f tho plats of said lands, and thereafter
North and South Kohala, In till all such lauds over wAlch such rlghH
Island of Hawaii, for the purpose ot way shall pass shall bo disposed of
ot constructing and maintaining subject to such right of way. When
ditches or canals and tho ncces- ever any person or corporation, In thu
rary reservoirs, dams, and tho like construction of any canal ditch, or
for Irrigation nnd domestic pur- reservoir. Injures or damages the
poses In said districts, viz: Strike possession of nny settler on the publln
out alt after tho enacting clause' domain ,thg party committing such In
nnd Insert tho following: Jury or damage shall be liable to the
That tho right of way through tha I,ar'y Injured for such Injury or dam-
public lands and reservations of the "Kc
United Stntes situate In the Territory
Oi Hawaii Is hereby granted, subject oti unuer tno provisions or tins Act ' but the
to tho provisions hereinafter named, shall bo taken nnd enjoyed subject t'Jiever.
to nny canal or ditch company formed such terms, conditions nnd regulation!
for the purpose of Irrigation and dulj as may bo prescribed by tho Oovernor,
organized under the laws of the Tcjrl- Attorney General nnd Commissioner of
tory of Hawaii which may hereafter public lands of tho Territory of Hawaii
file with tho commissioner of public nnd approved by tho Secretary of tho
lands of tho Territory of Hawaii and Imcrlor, and all compensation exacted
with tl- Secretary ot tho Interior of for such rights of way, and all rentals
the United States a copy of Its articles or revenues arising therefrom under
of Incorporation nnd duo proofs of It tho terms and rules and regulations o
organization under tho same to tho ox-
tent of the ground occupied by tho
water of tho reservoir and of the can.il
PLAYED AT WAIL11KU
Jim Gorman and Two Kamehameha
Boys Played on Waifeapu Team
To Make Things
Wnlluku. June 28. The garni of
baseball at Wells' Park, Wnlluku, last
Sunday, between the Maul Alerts and
Puuncncs was won by the WalluKuans,
the score being 21 to IS.
The Maul Alerts appeared for tin
first tlmo In their gorgeous icd uni
forms made In San Francisco from de
signs furnished by L. It. Crook, cap
tain. Tho game tomorrow will Si between
the inducible Morning Slais and Wal
Kapus. In order that tho I rami may
be equally matched, Lieut, dorman, the
famous Honolulu basebnll placr, be
sides two boys from Knmehameha
have been permitted to play ,lth tho
Walknpus. Such a gamo should ically
be a match game and shou'd not bo
counted ns a regularly scheduled game.
Tho Maul Athletic Association .irn
looking around for the best talent avail
Sec. 3. That all rights of way grant-, nble In order to vanquish the Stirs,
'kids" are still ns hopeful a
and Its laterals and fifty feet on each
sldo of the marginal limits thereof; al
so the right to take from tho public
lands adjacent to the line of tho cnml
rovenues of that government to bo
used for Its bcncllt nnd support.
Sec. 4. Thnt nothing In this Act
shall nuthnrizo any such canal or ditch
or ditch matorlal, earth, nnd Btono ncc- company to occupy nny right of way
cssan for the construction of such ca- granted hereunder except for tho pur
nal or ditch: Provided, That no such pose of said canal or ditch, nnd then
right of way shall bo so located as to only so far as may bo necessary for
Interfere with the proper occupation the construction, maintenance, nnd
by tho Government of tho United care of said canal or ditch; and If any
States of any such reservation, and all section ot said canal or ditch shall sit
maps ui locauou num. uu suujecv iu uc compicieu wmiin live years npifn.
the approval ot the department of tho the location ot tho samo the xl&u
Government of tho United States hav- granted hereunder shall bo forfeiting ns
Ing jurisdiction of such reservation; to nny uncompleted section of , micli
and the prlvllego herein granted shall canal, ditch, or reservoir to thoicx-
not bo construed to Interfere with tho tent that the same Is not completed, at
control of water for Irrigation and oth- tho date ot forfeiture.
BILL BEFORE CONGRESS
DON'T YOU ?
Only wny to (Jet nny
comfort tills kind of
wentliep nnd a good
Simply turn on the button to have
the cooling zephyrs ripple your hair
and make ou forget about the day
$15.00 BUYS ONE.
That Isn't much to spend for lasting
Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.
TULCIMIONH M UN 1)0.
DIRECT FROM ENGLAND
Ex Ship "YOLA"
A LARGE 81IIPMBNT 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.
Fels Naphtha Soap .
Washes Clothes Without Rubbing
Removes Ail Grease and Paint Stains.
Washington, June 20. So serious
prescribed, shall be payable, in such , has become the complication between
way as may bo provided. Into tho the United States and Italy over Hear
treasury of tho Territory of Hawaii as Admiral Crownlnshleld's published
statement that tho onlccrs of the Chi
cago arrested at Venice suffered "re
volting Indignities," that It was dls
ciiBtcd by the Cabinet today.
Slgnor Major Des Planches, the Ital
ian Kmh.-iBsndor, who Insists that n full
explanation Bhall be glen his govern'
ment, called this afternoon on Secre
tary Moody nnd Acting Secretary Hill
of tho State Department. When he left
There arc no developments. Tomor
row morning I hopo to seo Secretary
Hay. Then there may be something
for mo to sny."
As yet the Embassador has not seen
Secretary Hay. It Is said ho may ask
that this Government apologize for Ad
miral Crownlnshlcld's comment.
Whether such an apology will be mado
Is not known. Itear Admiral Crownln
shield has been asked to explain how
tils report became public when tho au
thorities Intended to suppress the mat
ter in tho Interest of good feeling. It
Is supposed that his disapproval was
published In squadron orders nnd n
copy of these fell Into the hands nl
newspaper correspondents after the
Illinois nrrhed In English waters. As
ho was not directed to withhold Ills
comment, he can hardly bo blamed for
The Transcendent Arc Light
600 C, P. Consumes nothing but or
dinary Kerosene Oil, Tho best light
known to science and tho cheapest.
Have received thu Highest Awards at
tho Pnu-Amorlcan Exposition. Suit
ablo for store and balls, ana aro In use
In good many of our prominent stores
throughout the city, such as Wall,
Nichols Co., Honolulu Drug Co., Hollls
ter Drug Co., Mclncrny Shoo Store,
L'llto Ico Cream Parlors, Hawaiian Ho
tel nnd others too numerous to men
tion. Wo also havo tho samo Arc
Lamp to burn 12 hours, which Is suit
able for lamps to bo placed In y?rds
ns a protection against night prowlers.
Our lamps are In uso tnroughout all
Kor further particulars Inquire of
WASHINGTON LIGHT GO,,'
(Special to tho Hulk-tin.)
Washington, D. C. Juno 10. Sena -for tho purposo of operating an elec
tor Ourton has Introduced a bill Iu trie railway.
permit tho Hawaiian Tramways Com-1 (rI, To Ilmko m.ccaKary lcn8CB.
pany, Limited, to uso and malntnln 'contracts .and other agreements m
lectrlc traction. Tho bill has been , IIlay ue renulrcd tu rnrrv nut. the riehti.
referred to tho Committee on Pacific 'liureiu granted
Islands and Porto Illco. and an effort I Scc- ,, Tm; 0 8n(d ,
b "?' ..BfC".r 'ftM9 '!: letted subject to tho following condl-
The Pride of the Home
A Combination of Art and Utility, Used by many In preference to other
makes of tho same prico. It Is demonstrating Its merits. Built to Sew Well
and to Last. Call and InspccC tho different st)les.
H. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd.
Hole AgcntB for the llownllnn Iliinil.
SALTERS' GROCERY STORE
EVERYTHING MUST GO
IN THIRTY DAYS
All goods selling below cost. This Is the last chance to buy as cheap.
GRASS LINEN, BLACK and WHITE INDIA LAWN, VICTORIA LAWN,
LACES and CHINE8E SILK.
GOO KIM, 1116 Nuuanu Street
P. O. Box wj. Til. il
THE OLDEST CHu SB FIRM IN HONOLULU
Otiitii la Flat S Iki tnl Cmt Lltum. Cblnnt nj ipimi Uooli of All Kli
' io-it Nujidu Itrttl
First. Tho said company shall erect
and maintain Us posts and wires Iu
such manner ns to cause tho least ob
struction to tho frco use of such high
ways, public roads, nnd streets.
Second. Wherever Its lines aro lnld
underground tho necessary excavation
shall bo Immediately Illicit and th
highways, public roads, nnd streets re
stored to tho condition In which thoy
were beforo such excavutlons wora
Third. Tho cars for carrying passes
gcrs shall bo of tho most approved
construction for the comfort, conveni
ence, and Bafety of tho passengers nnd
Bhnll bo provided, when In operation,
with piopcr and sultnblo life-saving
screens or fenders.
Sec. 3. Thnt tho authority granted
by this Act to opcrato tho said railway
tlon upon It at this session of Con
gress. Tho bill Is as follows:
Do It enacted by tho Senato nnd
House of Representatives of tho Unit
ed States of America In Congress as
sembled. That the rlgtil Is hereby
granted to tho Hawaiian Trnmwayl
(n) To opcrato Its street railway, on
such highways and public roads and
streets as aro at tho date of tho par
sago ot this Act occupied by Its tracks,
by tho uso of electric power, cither by
overhead or underground wires, or by
such other methods as may be an Im
provement upon cither, and to carry
such wires which may bo necessary
therefor over and under such high
ways, public roads, and streets, and
across lands and waters.
(b) To erect and maintain In sutli
hlhgways, public roads, and streets
and on both sides thereof, poles for thu uy electric powor or other method
puiposo of supporting wires, nnd to, which may bo an Improvement on clec
place upon such poles such wires and.tncal power must bo mado uso of and
cables as may bo necessary for tho tho application of electricity for snld
transmission of electricity and electric purpose completed nnd put In good
current thereon, and all sultabfo and working order within two years from
necessary Insulating appliances and tho date of tho passago of this Act,
suspension wires or cables. otherwlBo tho Bald authority shall 1
(c) To construct and maintain on cease and dctermlno.
tl.clr own premises all necessary pow- Sec, 4. That this Act shall tako of
or stations or houses and such other feet from date of Its approval,
buildings and structures as may bi Tho bill was also Introduced in tho
needed, and to us machinery therein Houso earlier In Iho session.
s 4s jv 4, .s, s .j, j, ,;, j, .r j, $, s j. j j. ,j 4, j, s, p .j. . 4, ,$, .j, ? ,$ 4, ,$, .5,
Meat Packers Plan
Billion Dollar Trust
Chicago, Juno 20. Tho Chronlcio
say tomorrow: A Now Jersey corpor
ation rivaling tho United States Steel
Corporation in magnitude Is projected.
It plans to bo n billion dollar concern.
It may bo caltcd the American Meat
It Is announced that n gigantic con
solidation has been decided upon. (The
packing houees thnt havo agreed to
form tho big combine aro what Is
known as tho "big four," and are Ar
mour & Company, Swift & Company,
Nelson Morris & Company and tho G.
II. Hammond Compnny Other con
cerns may be admitted. Even without
additions tho combination of tho capi
tal of tho four firms will raako th!
stupendous centralization ot wealth,
Tho polo gamo between tho Mnka
wao.s and Maul Athletic Association at
Kuhiilul grounds last 3aturday atter
noon (June 21), was won easily by tho
former by a scoro of to 2. W. II. Corn
well Jr., of tho homo team, did not piny.
The llno-up was as follows:
Makawao L. von Tcnipsky Geo.
Wilbur, I). C. Lindsay, W. O. Aiken.
M. A. A. L. It. Crook, Frank Bald
win, Thompson and II. U. Waller.
Prink Ilaldwln mado somo lino ploys
for the homo team but ho did not find
tho support he oxpected, bo iho Makn
waos easily seored the goals given to
their ciedlt. Sam Kalam.i acted as umpire.
11 lif BROKEN
Wulluku, June 28. Quito a painful
and serious accident to tho four-year-Old
child of Dr. and Mrs. J. II. Hay
mond happened yesterday. The sister
and aunts of the little fellow were pull
ing him around In a piny wagon at
their Ulupalukua home yesterday after
noon, when they made a quick nnd
sudden turn, throwing the little fel
low on tho ground. After enrcfu
examination It was found tnet the col
l.il bout- was broken.
on Serious Charge
Spokane, Wash., Juno ID. Charles
II. Lyon, until Tuesday president ol
the I-'Irst National Dank of Mount
Vernon, Wash., Is In jail hero on a
charge of misappropriating JG0OO ot
the bank's money. Lyon was arrested
this morning In tho bank ot the Spo
kane nnd Eastern Trust Company at
tho Instigation of Judge K. C. Million,
who has been elected his successor as
president of the bank. Lyon was nego
tiating for the purchaso ot tho Spokann
nnd L'astern Trust Company's branch
bank at Moscow, Idaho, when ho was
nrrestcd. Judge Mllllan says that
Lyon confessed his alleged crime to
him ycnterday morning, nnd that ho Is
perfectly willing to return to Mount
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