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evemko nuLMrrm, honomtut. h. t., mondat. jult 7. 0!.
Teller's Attack on
REIGN OF BARGAINS
THE GENUINE KIND
Wo sell nil our goods at such low
prices ns to make them bargains at
any time. When wo advertlso that wo
have SPECIAL DARQAIN9 to otter,
you may count on them hclng SOME.
THINQ .. UNUSUAL SOMETHINQ
THAT WILL PAY YOU TO INVES
TIGATE. WE ARE GOING TO MOVE.
It won't ho long before wo move (o
our new storo nnd each week until that
tlmo wo will otter somo VERY AT
TRACTIVE BARGAINS. Hero's n
starter. Note tho following and don't
miss the opportunity.
COLORED JAPANESE SILK
23 Inches In width
Reduced from 50c to 30c a Yard,
STRIPED TAFFETA SILK
19 In. wide. Very pretty waist ma
terial - Reduced from SI, 00 to 40c,
White with black figures. Width 10
Inches. Ileduccd from 8 )ds for J1.U0 lo
14 Yards for $1,00.
FANCY PRINTED MOSLIN
Dress goods of good quality. Width
28 Inches. Reduced from 10 yds. for
$1.00 to ,
16 Yards for $1,00
DRY GOODS COMPANY, LTD.
DIRECT FROM ENGLAND
Ex Ship "YOLA"
A LARGE 81IIPMUNT OP
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.
10 cents a package
Orange, Lemon, Strawberry and Raspberry
MEMBERS OF KNIGHTS
OF PYTUIAS ENTERTAIN
Characters Well Sustained List
Prize Winners and others
Dancing Until Late
The Aloha Dramatic Club, composed
of members of Aloha Lodge, No. 3,
Knights of l thins, gae a masquerade
ball at tho K. of I', hall on Thursday
evening, July 3, to a very largo gather
ing of people from Walluku, l'uucne,
Kahulul, Sprcckolsvllle and l'ala. Tho
reputation of tho Knights of Pjthlnj
was further demonstrated that the?
ran give ns nice and as select nn enter
tainment or dance aa can be given any-
Washington, June 27. Quite unex
pectedly n sharp debate arose In tho
Senate today on the question of Cuban
reciprocity. Teller of Colorado, it
whoso Instance the Senate Commtttco
on Cuban Relations mado Its Investiga
tion of the subject, delivered a spirited
speech In opposition to reciprocity with
Teller charged that the entire reci
procity propaganda had been backed by
the American Sugar Refining Company
and by Americans who were Interested
financially In Cuban sugar plantations.
The Important agricultural Industry of
this country. He was willing to Join
In a general revision of the tariff to
meet changed conditions, but unless tho
duties on Iron nnd steel and other prod
ucts were reduced with those on sugar,
In order that the arrangement might
bo equitable, the beet sugar growers
never would consent to a reduction on
I'Intt of Connecticut, chairman of tho
Cuban Relations Committee, replied to
the Colorado Senator. He maintained
WATERH01SE PARTY AT
THE UURLINGIIAM GAME
Wela Ra Hao Rang From The
Benches to Cheer the American
Players-Trip to the Lakes
The names of people who took pirtltlint thclc wn8 nothliiR sordid In the
dcslro to promote reciprocal relation
between the I'nlted States nnd Cuba
In the affair Is a sufficient guarantex
to the most skeptical), that the KnlghU
of I'jthlas hac their reputation ntjnm, gal(1 , maMng of somJ coCos
stake at every ontcitalnment given by BloIlg t0 Clll)a g plaln (Iuty of lU
them or under tho nusplccs of the or- rounlry It ttns ,iuty WHci, tills Cin
der. The grand march was started nt I Prniupnt owc,i to Uelf as well as to
8.45 Thcrn were about fifty who took Ctlbai uotnuso absolutely friendly rcla
part In the march. 0 account of It ,, nltll tho llcw republlc were a m
belng so warm tho unmasking took ccsgary mcng r ,iefcnSo to this court
place a little earlier than usual nnd try , . tllc iTnltcI Stntes should an-
when 10 30 came ccrono who wai'ncx the Island.
masueu was very giaa,
Tho following characters were very
woll carried out much to the amuso
ment of the many that were present:
Best sustained male character, Aus
tralian Mounted Patrolman, Judge V.
A. McKay, who took the prize of a
fancy clock, donated by tno Knhulul
store, best sustained female character.
housemaid. Mrs W Von Seggcrn, who
took tho prize of a bag of sugar, donat
ed by the Walluku Sugar Co ; best
' eroun N'uns. Mr. and Mrs. A. Hnos Jr .
I who took tho prize of a lady's gold,
chatelaine watch, donated by the Pah
plantation store; second best group,
. Clown, Coon and Handier. O II, Schra
NOTABLH B8CBALL PATII0N8
James A Hart, president of the Chi
cago National League Club, who was
11 ank Slice's predecessor as manngtr
of the Uosion Club, has In the last Is
sue of the Saturdii) livening Post, nu
Interesting article under the title of
"Talcs of the Diamond," with remi
niscent ci of well known llostoni.ms
who were baseball enthusiasts He in
fers to a staid and conservative Boston
millionaire who owns a beautiful couu
tr home on ono of the Islands off the
Massachusetts coast This gentleman.
tier. A. Martlnsen and I It. Crook, he sa)s. not only maintains an exccl-
'who took the prize of a S13 order on lent team of his own. but pujs tho o
!thc Kahulul store, donated by the Ka- penscs of its contestants, who aro lm-
hulul It. It. Co., most original charter, ported to play for baseball parties giv
male. Tramp, II. M Coke, who took en by him.
the prlzo of a pair of shoes, donated by This Is an exaggeration on Mr Hart's
A. J. Itfidrlqties; most original female1 part. He evidently has reference to
who when Mr. Hart
Henry Waterhouse. writing to a
friend from London under dato of June
13th. sajs "We nro having a rojnl
time here, sightseeing every day, and
have had the pleasure of seeing the
King and Queen, In fact, I have seen
nearly all the Itojal family. I called
on Mr Chonte, American Ambassador
and wo were Imltul to his reception
We leave tomorrow morning for tho
English and Scotch lakes, and will be
there until Just before the coronation
Olve my Alolin mil to nil friends."
."ifconipunjlng the letter was tho fol
lowing account of the International po
lo match written by ono of the mom
bcrs of the Wnterhouse party:
Tho Becond International game of
polo was to tako place on Saturday,
June 7th, but owing to a heavy thun
derstorni nbout nn hour before tho
scheduled time. It wns postponed until
Monday, the 9th. As tho grounds be
long to a private club, wc had first to
secure tickets from a members It is
a club patronized by the elite of I.on
don nut) nil London socletj were there
At about 2 o'clock we arrived nt the
Hiirllnghnm Club. The game began
.it 4, but as there were several thou
sands to lie present, wo had to go earl)
to get good seats. Wo sat In the sot
ontl row near the King's stand.
Although the ground was very slip
per. It was a fine game. During the
lit st Inning the English made n goal,
set ontl Inning the American n goal, tho
third the English one, the fourth the
English two and the fifth the Kngllsli
two again heating ti tol.
Americans 1, Knglish '.
Some splendid drives were made, es
peclully on the English side. At flritt
tho Americans did too much individual
plajlng. but In tho last half of the
game they did good team work. The
Interfering and come of tho off back
hand studies were flue. They rode
well trained, beautiful animals, and
DON'T YOU ?
Only way to get any
comfort thin kind ot
wentltep and a good
Simply turn on tho button to have
the cooling zephvrs rfpplo our hair
and make you forget about the day
$15.00 BUYS ONE,
That Un't much to spend for lasting
Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.
TI'.LEIMIONH MMN 300.
.Y ". 3.Y4
C. W. MACFARLANE,
The Transcendent Arc Light
600 C. P. Consumes nothing but or
dlnnry Kerosene Oil. Tho best light
known to science and tho cheapest,
llavo received tho Highest Awards at
tho Pan-American Exposition. Suit
able for store and halls, ana aro In use
in good many of our prominent stores
throughout tho city, such as Wall,
Nichols Co., Honolulu Drug Co, IIollls
tcr Drug Co , Mclncrny Shoo Store,
KHto Ico Cream Parlors, Hawaiian Ho
tel nnd others too numerous to men
tion. Wo also liavo tho samo Arc
Lamp to burn 12 hours, which Is suit
able for lamps to bo placed In yrrdt
ns a protection against night prowlers.
Our lamps nro In use tnroughout alt
l'o r further particulars Inquire ot
WASHINGTON LIGHT CO.,
The Pride of the Home
character. Two Paces. Miss N. McKI-, Charles II. Cory
rov. who took the nrlzo of twclvo vards was In Iloston In the 'S0a Invited well
'of silk dress goods, donated by Lahal- known amateur ball plnjers to spend
nn niHinlo: most comical character. Tall two weclts nt his summer Home in Ili
um clown. Jno. Nelson, who took tho minis. A ball nlno wns formed of thesoiwe saw some very good riding.
i prize of n hat, donated by A. Knos. guests, with others who summered on theloss, our part) nil ngreed that our
The following characters were also mo cape, ami .Mr. cory and tils menu, iionoiiiiii team n uiey -.inn ineso Baino
represented. Mrs C. Hansen, Ilakcr't Mr. Crane of Chlcugo. jluajs plucd homes the American ami English
Cotoa, Miss M Tllton, The Press, Mrs on the team Tho writer was umpire tennis rode, could certainly hold thelt
mii.na rinmlnn. Mien r nillm. flpr. of a camo lictvvceii Sir Corv ' team and own If not defeat them
I man Peasant, Miss (1. Colburn, Doml- the Ostervllles as far hick ns 1SS4. It I During the game several nmuslng
no. Miss M. King. Indian: Miss C Is fully ten J curs since there have been remarks vvcro overheard Evidently
King, Turkish, Mis. L Sabey, Nor- any of these gatherings at lljnnnls our orltement wns no'tlteablo, fur the
I mainly Peasant, Miss 0 Sabey, Purl- Jlarvaid plajcis would ptolubl) be a
tnn Maiden, Mrs J. Walsh, Emplru bit cautious about pining on such a
t'ottume; Miss V. tlos Heist, Flower. team now on account of tho rules
Rlil. Miss M tlos Itels. Fruit Olrl. ngnlnst slimmer baseball men. too
Miss II. McShnne, .VUrologer, Miss J. Mr Cory has become an enthusiastic
Nellsen, Night, Mrs. 0 W. Scott. Ca- golfer.
del, II A Wmlsvvorth. Fnlry, W. It "Another enthusiast " sajs Mr Hart
ltoote llollc of Walluku, J I. Coke, i "Is Mr Arthur Dlxwell of lloslon In
Army Oincer, Geo. Cummlnga, llaseball US!) ho traveled with the I!o--ton team
riner, C. Shaw, Chinese, J Garcia, .the entire season, did not mlS3 n single
King Alfonso of Spain, W. Walsh, Chi-game: paid his own expeiiies In evciy
ncse, J Gorman. Auny OllUor, J. Pot- way, asked no favors, ami In addition
tcr, Domino, J. Walsh, Irish Gentle-, presented tho plajers with a box of
man, W G. Taylor, English Artillery lgars nt the close of every game they
O.llcer, and others. won. Mr Dlwvell kept all the retonN
Tho' following persona were not of tho Notional League plajers as faith-masked-
Mr. nud Mis C. D. Lnfkln. fully ns n bnnk clerk keeps his book.
Mr. and Mrs. W G. Talor. Mr. an 1 That fall the team made n trip to
Mrs. w. T Hoblnson, Mr. and Mrs. II, California after the clofo of tho season,
W. Filler. Mr. nnd Mrs. T. M. Church, and Mr Dlxwell plaed tho string out.
Mr nnd Mrs. J. Corcll. Mr. and Mrs.1 Although ordinarily a cr quiet man,
H Andersen. Mr. and Mrs. O A Han- ho wns on his feet shouting his peculiar
sen Mr. nnd Mrs. J. Freltas, Mr. ami HI' HI' whenever tho time rnnio for
.Mis'. A.' II Landgrnf, Mr. and Mrs. II npplniiRo for the Ilostons. He soon was
strimhixk. Mr. nnd Mrs J Painter, dubbed III III Dlxwell; but, being n
Mr and Mrs. C. 11. Cottrell. Mrs. G. D ,nian ot dignity, the sobriquet seemed
Schroder. Mrs. It. A. Wadsworth. too familiar; consequent!) ho was call-
Misses Smith. Culbert (2), Klrkland. .on ucn in in uixwcu.
All Dlxwell, tco, bus dropped out ot
baseball, and for several )cnrs attended
onl) n few games each )cnr He doubt
less keeps his records as faithfully as
A Combination of Art and Utility. Used by many In preference to other
makes ot tho same price. It is demonstrating Its merits. Built to Sew Well
and to Last. Call and Inspect the different stjles.
ptople sitting behind us were hnvlng
quite n discussion
"Do oti suppose they arc nn rela
tion to tho Anieilean plu)ers? "I
don t know but the) must he " "Yes,
I am sine they are "
This was due to our frequent cries
of ' Wela Ka hau' ' and Malkal'" etc.
H. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd.
Hole Atjentw for the Hawaiian Iwlnntlw.
Mycr (3), Strew beck, Freltas, Dovvdle,
Huntington, Hoblnson (2), Hansen,
Cummlngs (2), Dcett, Wong Kong.
and many others.
Messrs. Altill. Ilraun, Carley, Chris-, ever, nnti ins menus expect uint no
tcffeisen, Cornvvell. Fantom, lions, . will soon icnew his enthusiasm for tho
Baldwin, Keeney, Klrkland, Lamar, national gumo on the Held. Ills present
Dons, Martinson Mayflcld. Kobcrtson, npathy Is due to a personal difference
Shaw. Vincent, Christiansen Dlnert with owners nnd manage is of the Ilos-
Cnrmpn. Iirlttlun. Sims. Ganzel. Wads-. ton club
vvoith (2), Capt. Shaube, Hansen,
Stott M)hrc, Mountcastle, Sabey, and
Dancing wns kept up until about 2' 43
when even one went home well pleased
with tho evening's entertainment. A
special train was run from Pala,
Sprctkclsvlllo, Knhulul, and IHiunene,
returning after tho dance. Ico cream.
RU68 IIOUHE RU8S DEAD.
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 CHINESE SILK.
GOO KIM, 1116 Nuuanu Street
San Fianclsco, Juno 2i Adolphus
G Hubs, one of the oldest settlers of
Sun Fianclsco, died )estcrday at his
home, 25 Columbia squat e Death
was not unexpected, as his health had
Imnti mrv imnr fnr tlift List inr Tim
cake and soda water were served dur- (1rcct clUB0 of dcatu ttaa ,,cro
Ing tho entlro evening and at about pnCumonla.
12.30 n. m.. coMce and sandwiches wero jjeceased leaves five children, three
6mC('- 'boys nnd two girls. Ho was tho pos-
Tho people of Maul are very fortunate .- nf ir .. n, wi,iph tim
In having a hall suitable for giving any .,, iious 0 Montgomery street. Ix
Wlllemstadt Curacao, June 28 A
train earning Mrs Ilowcn, the Amerl
tan Mlnlstei; the Spanish Minister,
Senor A)aln, nud his wlfo and others,
who were going from Caracas to Lv
(iualra to take breakfnst on board tho
United States crulsei Cincinnati, was
held up and scatched by armed revolu
tionists, who capturetl several of Presl
dent Cnstio's hlah ulllcers and Import
ant documents William II Russell
secretary of the American legation
conferred with the revolutionists who
guaranteed absolute safct) for Mis,
Uoweii and her party nnd six American
officers, among vvhum was Lieutenant
Commander J. C Gllmore of Philippine
On the arrival of the train nt La (Iua
lra tho captains of the Cincinnati nnd
Tppcka raised the Spanish ensign nnd
gave an ollklal salute to the Spanish
Not to be Admitted
For July 4th
We have' a few very cholto suckling pigs. Hotter leavo jour or
tier early, as they aro In great demand. '
METROPOLITAN MEAT CO., Ltd,,
Telephone Main 4fi.
kind of an entertainment ns It Is very
largo and airy and It Is also fitted up
ullli n rnnminlilf. stnfFP thpnevpr nil
Dntortfllmnmit whnrn n etnffft t rAntllrptl AN INSTANCE.
.., . i. .it nn in n vorv fow Ilrltlget and Pat were sitting In nn
i..... m,, .ii. nr.m.11, ninh nrmclinlr reading an article on "Tho
UIIUMVIO. 1 IIU AIUU 11V- rf.H
minstrel show, '",w "' e-u'i'e"
Just fancy, exclaimed tiriuget; -ac-
has In preparation a
which they hope to be ready to present
to tho peoplo some time In August.
Washington, June 25 In a few min
utes today the Senate disposed In open
session of the omnibus Statehood bill
which had been pending for several
days. Deverltlge of Indiana, chairman
of tho Commlttco on Territories, an
nounced that u report on tho bill beforo
the committee would be made on tho
third day ot the next session.
This leport was satlsfactor) to Qua),
who, after securing an agreement that
tho commlttco'8 repoit should bo un
rordln' to this whin a niou loses wan , finished business on and after the 10th
lav 'Is slnses another gits moro (level-! of December until It was disposed of.
p, o. Box ns.
THE OLDEST CHi. SE FIRM IN HONOLULU.
0ltr lo Fit S Ik tol Grtsi Llaiai Chlnti id! Japioi Goofl of All Elilf
Aio-m Nojtoy ttritt.
1 H I.UIh.I ,.. nlta ' .. Itl..l 1.1. H.ntln. n .llA.nn l,n
So Many People wo Imposed to rain, l moro alngo ay ho.r,n. na tollcll , ,. i tommlUct. from flrthcr co8deratlon
SL1 SeV'Kitavom.'.h.rtn Shuro. an' It's quite true." exclaimed of the measu.o.
countei act tho effects. A mixture of a at- ' ' '
tcaspoonful of PAIN-KILLUIl In water I "01 vo noticed It metelf Whin a mon uov Anson Phelps Stokes Jr , Secre
Bweetcned, will stimulato the Bystem has wan leg shorter than the other, tnry to the Yale Corporation will walk
and ward off any possibility of cold It begorra tho othet's longer." Phlladcl- through Switzerland this summer, sail-
Porter Furniture Co,
First-class FURNITURE o! all descrip
tions. Upholstering Department un
equalled in the City, Now located in the
Fort Street, opp. Love Building.
PORTER FURNITURE CO., LTD.
Albert V. Gear, President.
Emmett May, Secretary.
has been used for sixty years all over ,,ft Times.
tllCt WOnU, UI1U IIHUIUUH tetHliy tu 113 ( t i ,
sterling worth. Thero Is but one Pain- . ,, ., ....
Killer. Pet ry Da' Is'. Prloe i and 50c. 8unda Bulletin, 51.25 per year.
Ing fioiu New York light after tho
Yale commencement Ho will return
late lu August
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