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evening nuLurrnf. Honolulu, h. t.. Thursday, jult n, mi
MONDAY, JULY 14th
BARGAINS THIS WEEK IN
Following up our announcement of
last week that wo will make special re
ductions In different departments of
our stock from now on until wo move
Into our new store, ladles will Una it
to their Interest and profit to watch our
advertisements and to visit our store.
Tho values wo offer and tho reductions
made aro all on NEW GOODS and eas
ily salablo at their roRtilar prices. No
old stock or broken assortments, but
all of tho latest cut and materials. The
lino consists of LINEN, DUCK and
COVERT SKIRTS all handsomely
mado and tho newest styles. See them
displayed In our window with prices
$1,25 Skirls reduced to $1.00
BY BOlt)' HEALTH I
Gibson Style Ladies' Shirt Waists
Wo havo a very attractive stock In
pretty materials and colors.
Pineapple Cloth Waists
Reduced from $3.00 to $2.50.
Reduced from $3.00 to $2.75.
DRY GOODS COMPANY, LTD.
10 cents a package
Orange, Lemon, Strawberry and Raspberry
BURGLAR and FIRE PROOF SAFES
We have just received a large assortment of the famous
HERRING-HALL-MARVIN SAFE GO'S SAFES
These safes are considered the very best made. : :
The public are invited to inspect the exhibit at our
Theo. H. Davies & Co., Ltd.
P. O. Box nf. Til. il
vsrxixrcsr mro o:e3Llto
THE OLDEST Clli. 'SE FIRM IN HONOLULU.
Qtilira la Flat S Ik. aai Gran Llatat Chln.w and Jipu.n Oooll el All (Ml
aia-sia Nautau atrMt.
THE SENIOR VVOLTER
DIED THIS MORNING
Lived in Hawaii the Past Twenty
two Years Leaves Two Child
ren in Honolulu -
l'tirgen T. C. Wolter, father of i: II
P. Walter nnd .Mrs. Heine, died at 2
o'clock this mornlni; at his daughter's
home, the Queen hotel. He had at
tained the ripe old nee of 82 enrs,
having lived his last 2 jeuis In these
Island. Ills wife died only the mutitlu
The late Mr. Woltcr was it one time
proprietor of the Victoria theater In
Queensland. He had n fatnll) of eight
ihlldicn, of whom threo me buried In1
Germany, one In Cape Tow n. 8 A, i
nnd two lit Austiulla, the two survivors
aluady mentioned being tcsldintH ol
I Honolulu. Tlio old gentleman wits re-
ent any more new cornels fiom rfolug) spectcd by alt who knew- him
to Kalawao, so that In time the 3eltlo- The funeral will tnko place from tins
ment would be entirely compilsed In, Queen hotel to Nuuanu cimctciy at 4
Kiitaupapa. The suggestion that Kula- p. ni, today. i
wao people whose houses had grown I a
dilapidated might remove to ncV
houses at Knlaupapa was not wel, re
ceived. They had formed attachments
to their little homes. He recommended
the granting of the petition, which was
Several Questions Submitted by Sup
erintindent McVeigh Removal
of Pigpen --Pestilence in .
There were piesent at tho meeting of
the Hoard of Health jesterday after
noon Dr. II. C. Sloggett, president; Dr.
W. 1.. Moore, 1). 1. It. Iscnbeig, l'rod.
C. Smith, Attorney Ucenral 11 I' Dolo
and Dr. C II. Cooper. Otllcers in at
tendance wcic Dr. J. S. D. Pratt, execu
tive olllccr, C. Chailock, se-'tetniy, and
J. D. McVeigh, superintendent leper
Petitions fioin Molokal wcie lead,
The llrst was fioni denizens of Kala
wao, pralng that they should not bi
removed to Knlaupapa, but that theli
houses be lepalted. Mr. McVeigh stat
ed the pollc he had started was to pre-
Jack Spratt could eat no fat,
His wife could eat no lean,
But a bottle of
Spl -rfTiif! nr.sT" yVl
ffl Milwaukee f
m Beer fM
M made every I liing serene, jig
as?TBttl J at the Brewery, "fi jf
Fred Miller Grealng Co., !
Hoffschlaeger Co., Ltd.
King Street, near Bethel.
f THERE IS
! HOTTER PLACE J
1 THAN i
Hut no such comfort there as an
Another petition was to permit the'
I Wo arc now paying especial atten
tion to catering to Family Parties, lie-
Arllntr P flrlmili., of Rl nmn-Al"'""""" ,,OT"" E"- uuu luD '"
School, Newport, H. I., has been an
icrsB that has attended our efforts to
HceCd sale 'of awaTtne n ! P-'- ' - -f 0h College and . together with our reputation
Mr. lsenberg wanted to know fiom tho M10 '" ll0 llc, '" tlme l" "8S," llls tor Bcrvlng tho best that tho market
inedlcal membeTs whether or not the l,cw '1""('8 lle" thal Institution opens affcrds, Is a sufficient guarantee that
effects of aw a were harmful. Dr. Mooro I " for ,llc f"n worl:' lllc ond week we will give you perfect satisfaction.
answered In the ulllrmntlvc, saliu; ho ln September.
had been led to understand that tli Tho nuw lueslHcnt Is n man about
,,,. ,,r tiiB lion, ..v..n iiipdlnnnspil llio tlilrty-flvo ears of age. He Is a New
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user to lepios). The petition was de
nied. Finally, a petition was read, nBklng
that every resident of the settlement
might keep a horse there. After n
statement by Mr. .McVeigh, that somo
of the horses already there had sur
vived their usefulness, nnd the Infor
mation from Dr. l'ratt that there were
1230 head of animals at the place, the
Attorney General moved that poor
horses might bo substituted with good
ones but no Increase ln piesent num
bers be allowed. After some, talk the
matter wus left In the discretion of
the superintendent, as were Borne othei
small matters pertaining to water sup
ply and taro growing.
Yorker and has had much experience In
to-educatlonal Institutions. Mr. Grif
fiths began his education lit the St.
Wo have the finest display of tho
b'tter grade of BAKERY GOODS and
flno CHOCOLATES and BON BONS
cer put on exhibit here; wo also car
ry HUYLER'S CANDIES and LOW-
THE ELITE ICE CREAM PARLORS ;
Lawrence College In New York State. NEY'S CHOCOLA'l ES and BON BONS
from which he graduated in 189". The1 -
following year he Bered as usslstuut
principal of a large (o-cducntlonul
school, going to Harvard next year,
where he at once entered tho senior
class, taking his degree among tho
leaders of the class .
After leaving Harvard, Mr. Griffiths
Joined the faculty of St. George's
College where he has remained ecr
since, acting as Instructor In English
literature and history.
Miss I.ucy Adams, formerly a tench-
Why melt nnd suffocntc w.ien for
$1". 00 Invested In an electric desk fan
)on can have genuine cool comfort?
Think about It nnd telephono to us.
Hawaiian Electric Go. Ltd.
KING 8TRHHT, NEAR ALAKKA.
TDL. MAIN 31)0
LIGHT candle power LIGHT
cr at Miss Porter's school at Farming'
. ,.-iu r..-.i,- i.rn,..i,i .. fi,n ton. Connecticut, and lately connected
matter of two Insano kokuas, asking vvlth the successful Introduction of laco I
i. .., i..i.. i, imn.r.rr.,1 n ii.n in. making nt Knmehamcha school, will
sane nsvlum In Honolulu after medical nssume tho post of dean of the girl's
examination. It wus the Bense of the ua"cl' ' 0- Coll,Se and teacher of
meeting that thero would bo no trou- I-nsllsh.
ble about adopting the suggestion. Next ' '
!.,. u...w.rlttt,itiil,.nt uiilinilf ten thn PIlKfl '
of there being nine aged and decrepit
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KOKIias, Wliu miKlll periiapb uw iviuutcu
DURABLE and ACCURATE
The Keystone Watch Case Co.
ot.ki.-io i. ii Phlladelphla.U.S.A.
America's Oldest nnd
i Largest Watch Factory
For aalo by
' The Princlnal Watch
SJf f .. Dealers In
We wish to notify those Intending to make
on exhibit at the MERCHANTS' ASSOCIA
TION PAIR, that we nre prepared to -
RENT TRANSCENDENT LAMPS OF 500 C. P.
fop the occnslon at n very low rate, and
will attend to the lllitlnaml care ot lainpH.
Cheaper and better than electricity.
WASHINGTON LIGHT GO.
C. W. MACPARLANE, Manager
Repair work of all kind done with
neatness and on short notice.
to I.unalilo Home ln town. No action
was taken except to lay tho mutter on
It was oted to grant the request of
two Slsteis for permits to visit tho
MIW SWS DIVIDENDS
until further notice by action of tho
Hoard of Directors, this step being ill-
settlement, where they desired to see reedy due to the recent iciorts of the
the mother superior. . I falling pi lie of sugar This price now
The matter of a certain pigpen at m(.niis u reduction of $12 u ton from
I'auoa was determined by a oto that that secured for the nop last jcar, nnd
the proprietor bo notified to remove a decrease of 23 fiom the price of two
tho establishment within threo mouths. ( J(,aIli ugo.
Dr. L. H. Cofcr, Federal qiiaiantlnO The reports made by the board bIhiw
olllcer, sent In two reports of diseases c,i that tho permanent Improvement
In the Orient, the latest under date of nceniini Ima been rliarceil with J300.00U
July 13 showing: Yokohama,': weeks this eur and the fulling oil In receipts
to July 5. cholera In Tokjo, 18 miles i,aa mai0 t lmpoksllile for tho corn
distant; Shanghai, 2 week., to June 27, ' Viiny to ,iny tjllls and keeji up the dlW
choleia epidemic; Kobe, 2 weeks to ,enils, nnd tho latter were bIiiiI off bo
July 2, cholera 2 cases, 0 deaths; HonB-ti,at tn0 ,cut 0f the plantation might
kong, 2 weeks to June 21, cholera cases I10t bo ,,eil ,, higher.
H, deaths 10; smallpox 1 case, 1 death; 1 ti,u ,.r0I, tlits ear will be lu tho
plaguo 80 cases, 71 deaths. neighborhood of 2&.000 tons. Thero Is
K. G. Keen, Inspector of plumbing still ono great field to harvcbt and this
and house sewers, reported for tho first ig n tonionatlvc estimate The estl-
Tools, Materials and Findings used
by Watchmakers. Jewelers and kin
dred trades, go to
The payment of dividends of the JOS. SCHWARTZ,
Oahu Sugar Co. has been discontinued .Room 303 Boston Building, over Henry
May & Co., Fort St., near King.
The Pride of the Home
General Manager of
THE EQUITABLE LIFE
Of tho United States for the
OFFICE, Merchant Street, Honolulu.
A Combination of Art and Utility. Used by many In preference to other
makes of tho same prlco. It Is demonstrating Its merits. Dullt tq Sew Well
and to Last. Call and inspect tbo different si) lea.
H. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd.
Sole Agent for the Hnwnllnn lulundw.
half of July; plans illcd, 43; permits
Issued, t3; llnal certlllcntes Issued, 43;
Inspections made, 133; Bewer connec
.Molina Hotel Concert.,
Tho band will play the following se
lections at a concert to bo given at the
Mojua hotel this evening, beginning at
7 30 o'clock:
Overtuie I'oet and Peasant . ...Suppo
.March Semper I'ldells Sousa
(hand Selection I'iust Oounod
la) I'll Noo o Kolou.
(b) Ol Hoi Ha.
Miss I. Kelliaa.
(d) Mulknl ko Makanl o Kohala.
Mrs. N. AUpat.
, (a) Zamona
I (b) riuiadora (by requtbt) ....
March M Guiding Star Whlght
D.uico of tho Whlto Hats .... Kaman
Waltz Love's Old Sweet Song. . . .
Tho Star Spangled Hanner.
Mrs. Clain Klldure, tho only whlto
woman who was killed In Guatemala
by tho earthquake, was a uatlvo of California.
mute of Miinager Ahrens for the )ear
was 27,000 tons, but owing to Increased
yield Homo of the plintution men
thought there would be 30.000. Thl3
has now been abandoned
i a '
S. S. Dickenson has announced that
olllccs of tho Commercial l'ailflc Cable
Co, will be opened In Btoni room No. i
of the Young building on October 1.
This was decided on jesterday when
the lease for tho room was concluded
between Mr Dickenson and Mr. Young,
propilctoi of tho building.
The loom Is centrally located und Is
bo tlose to King street as to bo practl
rally upon that thoroughfare. Tho
depth Is Btiflkleut to permit tho erec
tion In It of piivato olllrea for tho
manager, an apartment for tho business
btaff, tho operating and battery rooms.
thn old Sewing Mhcblne Agent, Is still
In business at 942 BETHEL STREET,
Stock on Hand Standard. Domes
tic, National, Seamstress, New Home,
Household, Expert and Vlniiex.
Call and see. Try and buy.
J. M. KANEAKUA,
COUNSELLOR A" LAW,
' wcl Nt. Nexr he Poatofflca
Dr. Archibald N. Sinclair.
Many people linvo them yat; they aro entirely unnecessary. Wo
recommend for perfect satisfaction
Crystal Spring Butter
It Is absolutely tho best all tho year round.
40 cents the Lb.
METROPOLITAN MEAT CO., Ltd.,
Telephone Main 4R.
Offices Rooms 208-209 Doston build
Ing, Tort Street.
Telephones Olllce, Main 385; Ret
Idcnco, Whlto 2861.
Hours 11 a. m. to 1 p. m , i to I
p. m.; 7 to 8 pan.; Sundays, 12 to 2 p.m
P. O. Box 801.
I'roni tho Ueports of tho dealers Ii.
this city?, we think no proprletaiy
medicine has a larger Bale than PAIN
K!!.I.i:it. Its valuable properties as a
speedy euro for pain can not fall to be
generally appicrlated. In enso of acci
dent, or sudden uttuck of dysentciy.
diarrhoea, choleia moi bus. Montreal
Star. Avoid substitutes, there Is oat
, one. Palti-Klllcr, Perry Davis". Price
1 25c. and COc.
A. 0. WALL, D.D.S.
0. E. WALL, D.D.S.
mitci flullulng, Fort Street
Hours. 9 to 4 Telephone Main Itf
rter Furniture Co,
First-class FURNITURE of all descrip
tions. Upholstering Department un
equalled in the City, Now located in the
r W Beardslur
Oo W Pago ' '
BBARDSLEB & PAOI
Architects and HulldePB.
Offices, Hllto building, Honolulu, T. tl
Sketches and Coirtt r,m"i
nlshed on Short Notice
Weekly edition of the Bulletin, $1 a
Fort Street, opp. Love Building.
PORTER FURNITURE CO., LTD.
Weekly Bulletin, $1.00 per year