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, - BVENINQ BULLBTIW, nOPQLCMJ. H. T.. TUESDAY. AUGUST K. U.
We have had many calls
for them, so have them Id
stock now. Cool and drcs
sy (or street wear.
60c a pair
lisle lace hose
fast black dye and cry pretty lace
35c pair 3 pair $1-00
white lace hose
Sizes fiom S to 9. Entirely new
35c pair 3 pair $1.00
NEW WHITE GOODS
The most exquisite lino of white goods we havo handled. See
them displayed on our center counter, with prices plainly marked.
Very dainty (or summer dresses,
several different patterns at fol
7 yards for $1.00
6 yards for $1.00
5 yards for $1.00
4 yards for $1.00
7 yards for $1.00
DOTTED SWISS -
With stripes, ill Inches wide.
25c per yard
Not ordinary gingham by any
means. Don't buy until you oce
the patterns. Broad white
stripes on these colors:
PINK 27 Inches wide,
8 yards for $1.00
for Shirt Waists
handsome patterns. In pretty
BLUE 28 Inches wide.
8 yards for $1.00
what to find here this week
So ninny pretty things hive been opened that came by the lnt
steamer that you will enjoy BPolns Ihein. The daintiest goods (or
Fiimmr dresses, hosiery, glove, etc., nro all on display on our coun
ters, and we find the greatest pleasure In showing them. We'll t-'ll
you about some of them below, but bo sure to come to the store.
BY ATTORNEY GENERAL
TO TERRITORIAL TREASURER
LONGEST WAY ROUND NEAREST
WAY HOME C. A. BROWN CON.
FIRMED IN CONTROL OF
THE II ESTATE.
.LUNA SCHiJEIDER CLUBS
SENTENCED TO HARD LABOR FOR
SIX MONTHS OTHER COURT
MATTERS VETERAN AT
Mtorney (Icncral Dole has rendered
to Trcasiiit-r Wright an opinion to the
cITcct th.it the two mile clause, provid
ing that a light wine and beer license
cannot be Issued (or a place within
two miles of another liquor saloon,
means the distance by tho usually, tra
veled road oven though It be the long
lu another opinion to the Ticnsurcr
the Attorney General holds that the
charter of the John II I'.stnte cannot be
amended except at the request of share
holders ottng three-fourths of Wie
stoclt, according to the terms of the
charter Itself. Action to remove C. A.
Drown from the management of tho
corporation, the Attorney General dc
clares, Is a matter (or the courts and
not the executive.
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DRY GOODS COMPANY, LTD.
EX. VENTURA AND NEVADAN
Shrimps, I lb. and 2 lb. tins. "Sea Gull" Fresh Grabs
"Snow Flake" Asparagus, Tomatoes, Corn and Salmon,
Lemon and Chocolate Sugar Wafers,, Fresh Turnips,
Salinas and Garnets Potatoes. Enchilados, Tamales,
Olives, Russian Sardines, Anchovies, Holland Herrings,
Speculation Is rife now as to the win
ner of the baseball pennant of the pres
ent season and there arc many who will
have it that the Mallcs Mnnd nil the
show In the world of coming out at the
top. It the Honolulus play as they did
In tho ninth Inning against the Puna
hous on Saturday last when there wns
a general letting down on all sides,
then certainly the Mallcs have a One
show. Their team hus been material
ly strengthened and In their play of
Saturday against tho Custom lions'"
team they showed some team worlt
which Is well worth Imitating.
The games of the present season wllf
end on the afternoon of September 20,
when the Kamehameha ieam will play
the Malle-IIimas. On Saturday next.
there will be but one game Kameha
tncha vs. Punabou and this wll) begin
at 3 o'clock sharp. On the 23d, there
will be only one game II. A. C. vs.
On the 30th. the II. A. C.'s will cross
bats with the Custom House boys and
the Punahous vs. tho Mallc-llimas. The
games for September will be as fol
lows: Sept. 2 Custom House vs. Kameha
meha. Sept. C II. A. C. vs. Malle-lllma.
Sept. 13 Custom House vs. Puna
hou and Kamehameha vs. II. A. C.
Sept. 20 Kamehameha vs. Malle
lllma. As will 1)0 seen, there remain only
nine games to be played, tho season
hning been shortened live games on
account of the withdrawal of the Ar
William Schneider was found gtilli
of assault with a wcupon by the Jui)
ii ml Judge Gear sentenced him to Im
prisonment nt hard labor six months
The prisoner una n lima on a iug.ir
plantation und assaulted a Jap.iiicni' la
borer with a pick handle. Schneider1
appealed and was allowed until Thuis
day to find a hall bond In (300.
The Hawaiian Gazctto Company de
nies having libeled the Bulletin Pub
lishing Company, further snjlng it will
James McKee, answering for hlraselr
In the case of Queen's Hospital vs.
Wnlklkl Land & Loan Association and
others, sets up a GOO0 mortgage as a
prior lien upon the McCully tract.
Walvcis to tho amount of bis mortgage
from Queen's Hospital and Mrs. Me-Cully-Hlgglns
arc also set forth.
Judee Huninhrcvs annroved the nc-
' taunts of the Dowsctt Estate, allowing
T. 1. Dillon a master's (cc of lii.
Henry E. Hlghton has applied for ad
mission to practice in the Circuit anl
Supreme Courts of the Territory In
his petition Mr. Hlghton says he was
born July 31. 1836, In Liverpool and
was educated In hat city. Ho studied
law under the Honorable Oscar I-
Shafter. of San Kranclsco and was ad
mltted to practice In California and
Nenda courts. The usual certificate
of character is signed by Judge Kstee,
Judge Gear and Judge Humphreys.
An answer has been filed In tho case
of Frank Godtrey as Trustee vs. John
Kldwcll making general denial.
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HIGH ART PLUMBING
Hoffschlaeger Co., Ltd.
King Street, near Bethel.
FIRE PROOF SAFES
OUR STOCK OF
SAFE COMPANY'S SAFES
Is as complete as can be found at
any of the branch Mainland offices.
Our delivered prices In Honolulu
will not exceed the net export prices
charged In San Francisco.
Theo. H. Davies & CoM BSi
iH Id EDWARD
New York, Aug. 1. A cable to the
Sun from London says: It has been
arranged that General Kitchener will
go to Southampton to meet Generals
Botha, Delarey and I)c Wet on August
lUth, the day of the naval review there.
The King will recelvo them and Gen
crnl Itoberts nnd General Kitchener
Immediately the Doer leaders arrive.
Steyn, ex-PrcBldcnt of the Orange
Kree State. Is due to arrive nt South
hampton tomorrow. Fischer and Wes
sels. formerly Boer delegates, have ar
rived fiom Holland. Thoy Intend ta
transship Steyn In the harbor to a
Dutch 3teamcr, which will take htm til
Schevcnlngcn, where Professor Wink
ler, a specialist, will ticat him for sun
stroke and paralysis.
ONLY A FEW DAYS
I must close out my stock. No reasonable offer refused. Unheard-of
Bargains In all lines going (or Almost Nothing. Remember, this record
breaking sale will only, last for a few days longer. Take Advantage of It.
GOO KIM, 1116 Nuuanu Street
ONLY 1HRH SIIUH
I.os Alamos, Aug. 1. Your correS'
pondent on tho scene of the most vlo
lent of the recent earthquake shocks
finds that he reports sent nut have been
most giossly exaggerated. The reports
of the damage done havo been swelled
beyond all reason, and the stories of
panic so distorted us to be almost abso
lute lies. Considerable feeling Is mani
fested throughout tho entire region
against the author of the sensational
repoits sent out fiom I.os Alamos.
Kvcrylhlng Is quiet In I.os Alamos
valley unj Its tributaries tonight, und
those hysterical icsldents who left their
homes during the series of tcmblprs
aro returning In shamefaced fashion.
Only three shocks of any moment have
been felt at I.os Alamos, tho center of
disturbance, the (list on Sunday night,
tho second at 1 20 o'clock Thursday
morning and the thlid at 7 30 Thurs
day night. The first did no damage,
the second caused propel ty loss In the
town of I.os Alamos nut to exceed $5000
nnd tho third did no damugo.
New Eruptions Alarm
People of St. Vincent
Kingstown, St. Vincent, July 28. --
The Soufrlere volcano has been slight
ly In eruption twice since last Monday,
, severe earthquake ahock accorap
nled by a tidal wave, affected U.e
northeastern point of the Island, wash
ing a die-swept estate. No further
damage was done.
Many people, both of the woalthler
classes and laborers, are leaving the
city fearing disaster. Tho Govern
ment Is still feeding 0,000 persons. ThJ
settlement of refugees In huts on ac
quired lands In safe localities Is pru
The Panama cable repair ship Now.
inctnti. which Is enguged In work
eighteen miles north of St. Vincent, re
ports that the depth ot the sea thero
has Increased to n mile and a quarvr.
Attempts to pick up the cable have
been lutllv, owing to unfavorable
NEW STOCKTON CHARTER
Stockton, July 30. Tho work of for
mulatlng a now charter for the city of
Stockton has been commenced by n
committee, consisting of flltecn citi
zens, the Council, Mayor, City Clerk
and Surveyor, making twenty-threu
persons engaged on the Important dO'
tails. Tho entire system of conducting
tne city business will be changed anil
the new plan will probably bo the most
unlquo and oilglnal of any In the West.
It Is proposed to elect only a Mayor,
Auditor and eight or twelve Cosifll
men, The Council will bu an exueu
tlvo Instead of a legislative body, and
all tho other city officials will bo ap
pointed to bcrve at tho pleasure of that
body. Great power will bo lodged wllu
tho Council, and. In fact. It will con
duct all of the affairs of the city with
The old charter, which has been In
effect for yeuis, has been found cum
heisome and useless In many partlcu
lais, as It conflicts In numerous In
stances and does not begin to meet the
requliement of tho present, The new
one Is to be ruado Just as short as pos
sible so that when necessary the-Council
can pass ordinances covering tho
needs of tho city. Heietofore tho char
ter has conflicted with State struct
laws, and the new one will not contain
anything relative to street matters,
which are so Important. After the tiuw
dinner Is completed and adopted by
a vote of the citizens It will bo sent to
she- Legislature to bo acted upon.
CIVILIANS BEAT SOLDIERS.
THE URDU 111
IIllo, Aug. 8. The matter of the pro
hate of the will of tho late C. K. Illcli
unison came up in Judge Little's Court
yesterday morning. The executors, C.
C. Kennedy. August Ahrcns and A. K.
Sutton were present In court with their
attornes, Wise & Iloss. V. O. Smith
of Honolulu appeared (or Mrs. C. K.
Klchardbon and Miss Klvlra Itlchard-
son. C. W. Ashford of Honolulu repre
senting the contestant to th will, Mrs.
Mattle Wakefield, was also present. The
executor's petition for probate, the
answer of the contestant and demur
rer thereto were read. After argument
the Court overruled the demurrer and
proceeded with the taking of evidence.
The witnesses were A. E. Sutton, Mr.
Olney and V, S. Wise. At the conclu
sion of the examination of witnesses
the Court ordered the will admitted to
probate. Tho attorney for contestant
noted an appeal to a Jury, which will
mean a hearing at the January term ot
court. Pending the appeal the three
executors were appointed temporary
administrators with P. Peck as bonds
man in the sum of $10 000. Tribune.
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BATH'S PLUMBING ESTABLISHMENT.
Interior View; Located at 165 King Street, opposite Young Building.
This upto-datc plumbing shop Is the result of a very rapidly Increasing
business and was made necessary on account of the cramped quarters for
merly occupied on Richards street. To make a display of the large and
due stock of sanitary plumbing materials tho new shop was opened.
A full line of the world-famed Douglas Closets Is carried, which are pro
vided with cither high or low tanks and are as near
noiseless In their operation as closets can be made. Tbey are constructed
on the syphon principle, which makes a strong suction that thoroughly
washes tho bowl. These closets are sold under a written guarantee, tod ar
also guaranteed against leakage, no charge being made for repairs.
People today arc paying much attention to sanitation and sanitary
plumbing Is one of the requisites In every modern residence. The BATH
SHOP is the leader In sanitary plumbing and years of experience and
large force of capable workmen enables Mr. Bath to do work equal If not
superior to any other shop In the Islands.
A line of rollcd-rlm enameled Path Tubs arc on hand, as well as opem
lavatories. These aro highly Sanltar;' Goods, and (He connections are nick
el, making them artistic In appearance.
One of the latest Improved Wash Trays may bo seen on exhlbltlom.
These goods are all connected with the city water mains and may be
In full operation at the store. The public are Invited to call and make In
spection ot these goods.
Mr. Hath will call and give figures on work at any time. He alio tire
all work Intrusted to him his perscna supervision.
TELEPHONE MAIN 61.
P O. HOI w)
THE OLDEST CHi. SB FIRM IN HONOLULU.
O.tl.t. Is Flit 9 ! ol Grin Llo.ni. CtlatH lot Jipum Oooli t ill Klilt
t-ii Nsuau itiMt
IIllo, Aug, 8. Last Sunday nt tho
rllle range the IIllo Gun Club scored a
vltlory over the marksmen of Company
I). Tho civilians weie to the good only
half u dozen points but this was enough
to call for n new challenge fiom tho
fcoldlers for another match.
The scoring last Sunday was us fol
lows. Company D Kaston, 38; Lurt
wig, 40; Kelnhardt, 39; Melnc, 41;
Todd, 3S; Herlng, 40; Keller. 34; Lud
lol(. 34, total, 304.
IIllo Gun Club Itoc-kcy. 33; Smith.
41, Decker, 38; Allien, 42; Hitchcock.
39, Hay. S3: Hlchards, 41; Geer, 43;
total, 310. Tribune.
The Bulletin, 75 cents per month.
PARKER'S BIG FARM.
IIllo, Aug. S.V. W. Carter, manager
of the Parker ranch, was in the city
this week. Mi. Caiter has his bunds
full with the complicated duties of
looking after the Interests ot a S00.000
arte farm and the thousands of head of
cattle and horses that people Its broad
areas. He therefoic comes to town In
frequently. He comes In fact only
when he Is compelled to. Mr. Carter
reports that affairs In the vicinity of
Farkcr's ranch have resumed their
normal run and aie quite recovered
from the confiiblon caused by the un
precedented drouth of a few months
ago. Mr. Carter, while devoting most
of his attention to herds. Is not forget
ful of side Issues. He Is constantly
giving the staple crops of the temper
ate farming region a trial In the sub
tropics. He has raised on the Parker
ranch finer corn than can bo grown In
Iowa or Illinois. Hut he does not allow-
his success to blind him to tho
exasperating obstacles which confront
the corn raiser, In Hawaii. Hawaiian
cutworms sometimes lay low until the
corn Is In tassel and then make a mid
night attack that annihilates the crop.
The cutworm here comes lir regiments
and when he Btarts on n campaign he
outrivals the army worm of the States.
He eats everything In sight, and can
stand ninny dollars worth of drug storu
poison before he gives up his assaul'
op Imported orops.
Mr. Carter lias In ml ml a trip to the
Coast in the near future for business
ami recreation purposes. Trlbuue.
JOE GODDARD SHOT.
Camden, N, J., July 28. Joe Go-Ida
rd, the veteran pugilist, was stint
and fatally wounded In a primary elec
tion tight In this city tonight. Al
though tho polls were open but three
hours one man was killed and four oth
ers badly hurt.
Goddard was at a voting place In
PensauUen township when ho was
shot. He was with a number of men
who were traveling fiom ono polling
place to another. The pugilist got into
a quarrel with u colored constable
named Itobert Washington, It is al
leged that Goddard nssnultcd the con
stable with a baseball bat and that tbn
constable In self defense shot (loddiird
In tho head. The constnblo surrender
ed to the pollco and the Injured pnzf
fighter was brought to Cooper Hospltpl
heer, where the physicians tay he nuv
EDDIE FOY A BANKRUPT.
New1 York, July 30. Kdwln Foy, tho
comedian, has tiled a petition In hank
ruptcv, showing liabilities ot il.Suu
nnd no assets. The principal credit
ors aro Manager William A. llrady,
?iijO; Alexander Davidson of Chicago,
11 i)0ll imtnnv Innnpil mill W. A. Paul.
son, Jollet, III., merchandise, (1
Do You Understand
About Enclosed Arc Lamps ?
The history of the arc lamp has been n story of Im
provement nnd we now have the highest state of perfec
tion In tho
, Many of these lamps aro giving satisfaction and saving
money In Honolulu business houses, and we want them to
do the same for you.
Telephone for us to call, or write for circular which
gives (till description.
Especially adapted (or Plantations.
HAWAIIAN ELECTRIC CO;, LTD.
KING STREET, NEAR ALAKEA - TEL. MAIN 390
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Tne iMiclous crust it nuke will
proe that the proverbial "pic that
mother un to make owed It-
lame mvrelt lu nurthm' kclcttion
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thi ktateincul order a can uf our
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Telephone Main 43.
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