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Our Ready-to-Wear Apparel Department commands atten
tion this week and wo would direct to your caroful considera
tion our stock of
which aro being so much talked about at present. Wo havo just
received a few sample suits of this fashionablo wear and they
aro well worth your attention. They aro made of washablo
material in white linen, cream canvas, voiles and linen color
New White Lawn Shirt Waist
Suits, trimmed with new style
embroidery and with
latest cut skirt,
Very Stylish White Lawn
Shirt Waist Suits, waist and
skirt elaborately trimmed
with the newest em- fl A
broidery,- - - tPVlJV
Ladies' Fancy Colored Silk Shirt Waist Suits, in all tfltj AA
the stylish shades and newest designs of silk. Upwards wl JiW
A few very handsome Pattern Suits in exclusive styles
White Organdy, elaborately trimmed; also in Silk. Very chic
and high-class. Must b; seen to be appreciated.
Our New Walking Skirt,
of eravetted material
tailor made and won
for men, women and children. 'You'll surely need them this
Lsdlet' Stylish Alpaca (M 7"
And upwards wJtl J
Misses' Alpaca Suits,
in all sixes,
Our Water Wings will teach you
uur natmng suppers will protect your feet from coral, - 40o
Our Real Rubber Bathing Caps will keep your hair dry, 68c
N. S. Sachs Dry Goods Co., Ltd., &.
NOW WE'RE OFF ? Jt
... VIT-KS"?.0 ,upp,y th Popl cf H"'"lu with Freehert r
ISLAND MEAT8. Alto, Garden Produce of all kinds; Butter. Eggs, Chick
V J uV2l,ellnB M,a Ben Hlm! ln Uc "VsrythlnH . FIRST
"" ""i vaiivu upon 10 inrnisn.
JAS. E. WESTBROOKE, Manager.
TELEPHONE MAIN 76. FORT ST.. OPP. LOVE BLDO
NO PRESERVATIVE, This cream is
Thl. Show. 1-4 lb. Tin.
Also Packed 1-2 lb., 1 lb. and 1 Pint
TRY IT WITH "GRAPE NUTS," "FORCE," PORRIDGE, ETC.
FULLER PARTICULARS, PRICES, AND BOOKLET ON APPLICATION
T. H. DA VIES tSr CO., Sole Agents.
m Crystal Springs Butter &
stands unrivalled for quality. The breath of the clover-bloom Is ?
In IU flavor and the pure breezes that course down California's 5
canyons are no sweeter or purer. Wo pack this butter In neat J
cardboard cartons which preserve Its firmness and prevent It J
acquiring the flavor of other articles In the Ice-box. The price J
of this excellent butter Is 65 CENT8 FOR TWO POUND8.
Metropolitan Meat Co., Ltd.,
White Linen Shirt Waist
Suits, strictly tailor-made,
button trimmed and Af fA
very natty, - - wJiJV
White Silk Shirt Waist Suits,
made of washable silks, strict
ly tailored and quite flirt tTA
the thing;. Upward WlLdV
Ladle.' Khaki Divided Riding
8klrts; a few samples on sale.
Men's Bathing- Suits, tfjl rtr
in two pieces, - - tpllZJ
Boys' Swimming Tights (c
to swim, - - - 3o
NOT a MAKESHIFT
NOR a SUBSTITUTE
BUT the REAL
Put up In sterilized tins to
keep good anywhere for any
News Of Naval Battle
And Country's Disaster
Meets Russian Editor
Thorn wns nno man In rrsnMiii.
Monday to whom tho news of
Togo's victory came like a blow, and
uiul man was vol. i Artemoff, a Bus
clan newflDanermftn. nnw nn hu w
from Port Arthur to St. Petersburtf
C0li ArtemOfF WflB A (hrrtlirrh natiCinnitai
on the Paclflc Mall liner China from the
Orient, and thfi pnhlfmrnma lalllnn. him
of his countrymen's disastrous defeat
iibu me cneci oi pnyslcai slcknoBS.
He Could Imffllv renllyn (ha ftill a.
tent of Rojestvensky's and Russia's
lOSS. OVen thnillth h la ltawt Im .. I.
Its most appalllngform.
Col. Artemoff Is one of the survivors
nf tho slecc of 1'ort Arthur. Ho told
his StorV to ft rttlltptln mnnrinw nn .h
deck of tho China yesterday. At times,
ininKing or me great naval battle so
Inglorlously lost, the Russian would
rise and nace thn IWW nml than atnb.
Ing back hopelessly, ho would cover his
eyes una almost son out the words:
"YCS. I went tlirouch 1'nrt Arthur"
.. . : ... . . .. ..- "
Said. I hflVA lirton IhA fxlftn.. nf m
dally paper there, the 'Navoo Kray,'
and ln spite of tho terrible conditions '
in ron Artnur during the siege, the
paper came out every day. But what
Was tho Use of ntrlvlntr I rilri
"hner tho Russian forcos? We lost,
surrendered, wero dlsgracod.
"YOU mURt exrllfin mv omnflnn TCn
seven years I hnvo nlvon mv iif n
Russia. My paper has uohcld tha cot.'
Rrnment. oven whlln rrlilploinr n, n.
duct of tho war as far as possible. I
got out the naner nnflnr fiimpnlilna
Once as tho jiaper was going to press
about 1 o'clock at night, an eleven-Inch
shell crashed through the roof, killing
two of my pressmen and wounding isx
more. Several days later another shell
ruined ono of tho presses. Tho town
was torn to pieces by the shells.
"Stocssel? I cannot talk ubout him
without anger. He surrendered and a
true Hussion may bo beaten but he
will never surrender. Port Arthur
rnuld havo hold nut il.rni. -ni. n-
month lonirpr. nut Stnoaaol ni,i him.
elf to purchase his own safety.
lltlf. . .
we wcro iaKcn prisoners. I start-
d to Chcfoo. but at Dalny was told
I must co to Nnencnkl. nnrt iiiom t imva
been over since. Wo wcro treated bad-
ly, because no distinction was mad
between civil and military prisoners. ,
We were treated very well at Port Ar-'
thur. because Stocssel had mado It easy
for tho Japanese. General Kontratan-
lto, who was killed early ln th slece I
was mo real ucro oi l'ort Arthur. When
no was killed thoro was no hope for
I ran hardly talk about Kiln 1nt ,1a.
feat. Mlsfortuno has been tho portion
of Russia over slnco the war began.
I had hoped and believed that Rojest
vensky's fleet was superior to Togo's.
I can sec no end for us now but to own
"It means a great deal to mo. I
havo studied Eastern conditions and
had hoped for Russian supremacy
there. It was for that'I ran my paper.
On tho dav after Pnrt Artlinr fnll r
quit, and with many of my men started
"While I know nnthlnir lint ttrlmt tha
cable niessaEren rnntntn n,tii r IiaHaum
the Japaneso fleet must 'have been dam-
niiou in inn nt-nr. in AaivAn. ;v'd mma
wcro powerful. I hardly care any long-
er. for I think this 1 tho flnnl l.inw nt
t.n ...... I
Artemoff was formerly a colonel ln
tho Russian army. He gave that up
and went lntn tinWRiinnpr wnrlf Iia.
cause, as bo rays, he believed ho could
no moro goou mere, now ho Is on his
way to St. Petersburg to establish a
largo dally paper. This paper, says
Col. Artemoff, will aim to be a reflec
tion of the situation of Ttuxaln. In tha
Far East. Ho has made a special
.tudy of the Eastern situation with
reference to Russia's placo there, and
sla's placo there, and
bclloved that Russia
ho dominating power
. .l, . .. ..
uy 10 una war
would soon be tho dominating power
ln Manchuria. Hn thinks Mm Hionn.
tent of the poor classes In St Peters
burg and other largo Russian cities will
soon do a tning ot me past. The evil
DOWer of the crnnil riitkpa la hA n.
serts, much exaggerated In newspaper
Tho spread ot Brlgbt's Dlscaso is so
profoundly stirring the health depart
ments of tho large cities that mention
of tho commonest symptoms Is timely.
Pufflncss of tho eyelids or swelllne
of tho ankles or hands ln tho moraine:
also dropsy 'in tho abdomen'.
The obstructed kidney Increases tho
blood pressuro and tho heart may be-
como involved and painful. This Is
often attended with an asthmatic con
dition or shortness of breath.
As Brlght's Disease commonly starts
as kidney trouble, any kidney disorder
that has lingered longer than threo or
four months is notlco of tbo chronic
danger point, and that it can bo no lon
ger trifled with.
Thero mav nr mnv tint lin urullmAnl
Often in advanced cases thero Is no
Falling eyesight, drowsiness and
uracmlc headaches, nrn nil nitunnpntl
A palo, pasty complexion, with weak
ncss, ls also to bo regarded as suspi
cious. We deslro to placo In tho hands of
thoso having Brlght's Dlseaso a 30-pago
report on a largo variety of tost cases
..... ... TC..1.... 1. , .. , .
put on Fulton's Renal Compound for
UrlUlltn IJlsnnRft. If Rlinwn R7 nnrppnt
of recoveries In this hitherto fatal dis
ease, -ino pampniet is free.
Tho HONOLULU Hllim r.Cl Inrnl
kvunino nuu.KTiN, honqlulc, t. h Thursday, june i, 1903.
At tho meeting ot the Board of
Health yestorday afternoon Food Com
missioner Duncan reported as follows:
I submit herewith a report of the
Wnrlr flAnn In mv fllvlafnn nf Uin tlnn.,1
of Health for tho month ot April, 1905:
a summary or the work dono Is as
Mlllr fiitninlafl nrnmlnnil ?fl
Kood samples examined 20
Total exflmlnntlnnfi Qi
Milk samples oxomlned below
standard . . ., y
Kood samples examined below
Total examinations IS
RnmnlAs liolnur Rtnnilnrd f 01 vnrg nk.
tatned from tho following dealers:
Jap. for Geo Holt 2.1
m. Aurcy, ar z.
M. Abreu Sr 2.9
J- Richards 2,S
im. uuarto -.4
F. Pcrreara. driver for A.
Tavares 2,3 10.3
T. Pcrreara, driver for A.
Tavares 2.0 3.0
Samplo sent to office by
private party 2.3 10,8
CAS13 IN DISTRICT COURT.
P. Perrcara selling adulterated milk.
Defendant plead guilty and was fined
$10.00 and costs.
ouiujmvb Ul IUUU VAUIUIIiru aim not
found nin!tnrnti. rinm Jul if Hn.i
.IVIenna sausage (1 (In), cuava Jelly (3
. .. HUUIIVIUtVUI UIUIU JIIIVV lf UUOI,
- . ....... . ........ .H.H ,,....., 1H iiu.ii
Seven samples of honey wcro analys-
nn with IliA tnllnwIniT fmi. .. ........t
,' "" " " .u,, "" nut iuuuu
ad," f1efa'6d: , . , ,
wild Itose Finest California Honey.
San D'cco Honey Co., San I'rnnclsco,
Callfornl- Sample bought from 0. J.
DaX C?l ,.
Pure Hawaiian Honey; put up hv
TI'08- Rcwcastle, Honolulu. Sample
,rom wlnB nl"S Co., Hotel street.
M-H. Brand, Hawaiian Honey. Sara -
nlo from Ilenrv Mnv Pn.
Wild Rose Honey, San Diego Honey
Co., San Francisco, California. Sam
ple from H. May ft Co.
Tho thrco following samples were
Army & Navy Brand; California Ex
tracted Honey. Haas Brothers, San
r rancisco, uaiuornia. samul from
Lewis & Co. Adulterated lth glucose .
S. & W. Brand; strictly pure Cali
fornia honey. Packed, by Sussman,
Wormser k Co., San Francisco. Sam
ple from C. Q. Yee Hop & Co. Adul
terated with glucose.
Eaglo Brand, California Extracted
HoneV! FnclA HnnAV Pn Run Vrnnolo.
co, California. Samplo from H. May ft
Co. Adulterated with clucosn.
Threo samples molasses wero exam
ined and all found nurc:
Pdlcan. Open Kettle Louisiana Mo
. lasses. Pacific Coast Syrup Co., Sam
Die from If. Mnv Pn
Avondale Molasses, Pacific Coast Sy
rup Co. Samplo from II. May ft Co.
New Orleans Molasses. (No manu
facturer's name on label.) Samplo
from Yco Hop ft Co,
Ono lot of 8 packages mustard; ono
lot of 12 nacknecs nenner: nno lnt nf
1 case sausage; ono lot of 13 cans Jam.
ino results or mo analyses of a num
ber of samples of Maple Syrup aro
withhold for a later report, as ovldcnco
" ', ,. .. mr "'"'" ns oviacnco'nn a fusion ticket, and were successful
L .,tlon cannot bo. outalne by In dividing honors, tho nominations
.m j J"60"8-, J'1"0 ls Physical for sheriff and county clerk going to
Itnetnnn nf nvnmlnlnt. Hiaca n.n.l..Ao li. , .... . . . .. ".
,r j : , , ., " j-.- ........
method of examining theso products,
but the laboratory Is not pnnlnnprt
With Inn nrniuir nnnnrntuo nr I, .un.l.
...... ,..t.. ,,,,,..,,, IVD nwln.
. ...wuoui. .i m.-i iu ucmy my reporiT Tho delegates had gnthcred early and
on these samples until a definite report, Chairman Kalalwaa presided over the
as to their purity, can ho made. Iconvcntlon. Nominations were mado
If It meets with vmir nnnrnvnl T aa. .i.t i.li. . . ... .
Li.n - T.i... it. ; -fi--. i -- iuui uiiua oi oraiury ami an emu
slro to delay the filing of my monthly gonco of praise. Thero was no oppo-
111 i " """' ,ys- lu"m0
will glvo an opportunity for corre-
spondenco with manufacturers or mini.
teratcd foods. I have found It more
satisfactory to deal direct with manu-
;, .1' w"en.V'c'C names can ue so- nomination for Treasurer. Wm. E. Ed
cured, than with our local dealers. monds. who was elected at the last
.nJn. w week ' ,thls mon'h was county election as tax assessor and col
spent on Maul, where I gave testimony , lector, was slated for tho position of
L 2 iCT f TcrUor5r va?,cott Bel1, Counly Cork". Chas. Magulro of Kona
ing adulterated liquor. This liquor
was tho ono referred to ln my lasr
renort AR hplnir prnualv adtillnrfitnj
The Jury acquitted tho defendant of
me ciiarge oi selling auuitcrated liquor.
In reference tn rennrt nn mill pnn.
talning corrosivo sublimate, I beg to
say this milk was sent from Makawell,
rvauai, ana caused tuo illness ot several
Japanese who ilrnnk nf th VnmtMni
In all cases, prevented serious results.
The police of Kauai had been working
on this case, but, apparently, tho pris
oner is beyond discovery.
Tho rnmrnpnpAmpnl nrnrrrntvt at Inn
Kamehameha Schools ls as follows:
rnuay, juno s, 2:30 p. m. Class
Day, tho School for Boys, Preparatory
Sunday, Juno 4, 11 a. m. Farewell
Sermon, Tho Bishop Memorial Chapel.
Monday, Juno 5, 8 p. m. Commence
ment Exercises. Rrhnnl fnr nirlii nlali.
op Memorial Chapel.
l uesilay, Juno 0, 8 p. m. Commence
ment Exercises, bchool for Boys, Blsh.
np Memorial Chapel.
Wednesday, June 7, 8 p. m. Alumni
Ru"ln '! Dinner, Tho School for
"oys ihy Car'D.
From Hllo, per M. S. S. Enterprise,
Juno 1. Mrs. 0, L. Desha, L. I)
Even Since 1853
continuously before the public. It has
luureiure eujofea mo confluence OI tbo
people for half a century, a record un
equalled by any other stomach remedy
Then surely It Is worthy of a fair trial
by everyone suffering; from Loss of Ap
petite, Nausea, Heartburn, Dyspepsia,
Indigestion, Constipation, Liver and
Kidney troubles, or Malaria. r.u, anrf
Ague. It positively cures. One bottle
will convince you of Us merit.
"1 INK HIT
Tho Ellefords mado a distinct hit ln
Carl Hasnln's play, "A Lion's Heart,"
last evening at tho Orphcum which was
filled by an nudlenco that thoroughly
' , , ,
,i"nJoyed tho performance,
wmcii is exceedingly interesting was
well carried out by tho company. "A
1. Ion's Heart" should be seen by all.
Plctro Sosso seems to Improve tbo
more ho Is seen and his acting of tho
l.lon Tamer was admirable and well
I received. The comedy clement was
aly represented by George Hernandez
ami MyrtlSclwyn as the young Harris-
j lcr nn(1 Bessie his sweetheart; tbey
Proved an excellent foil for the mora
Je1rlola ,roles of the other actors and
,' , " ,8clwn8 specialty was well ro-
celved. Tho role of Col. Vlllcfort was
nicely Handled by Chns. Edler and
Frank Wyman's Gaspard Dobro was In
keeping and harmouy with tho general
excellence of tho performance. Dick
I.oremoro was ably sustained by Wm.
Marlon and the balanco of tho cast
gave good account of themselves.
On next Monday tho latest moving
intiiiiua win iiu given uciwecn mo acts.
"Jack nml thn Ilpnnctnllr" a I.a nn-
HAWAII IP MET
Hllo, May 23. Without any ostenta
tion or tho sounding of brass, the Homo
Rulers and Democrats of the Big Is
land quietly assembled In tho Puuco
jiuuirii uu una iiiurwiay ana nonunat-
i'ii a lorin nan e rountv ticket.
Few realized the meaning of so many
distinguished citizens In the communi
ty on the named day and labored under
th mistaken Idea that all greatness
was centered In tho Republican Con
vention. There wcro delegates from
all parts ot tho Island and big Sam
Wnmlfl nrrlvpil nn fhA lflnnti WA.lnna.
, day night with a string ot delegates
In lila (ifnlrn
By a prearranged program, the Homo
mucin uiiu uiMlloLTlutf ngrceu 10 uniio
. i in mii-iiu nun loiiiiij- cierK going to
tho Homo Rule party and tho naming
nf n, ,..,... . ... . ....,,. ."
..- n .
sltlon to William Keolanul, candidate
for sheriff at the last county election,
'..i t.. ..... .: f. . .. '
convention. T. K. I.alakea, the former
Homo Rule supervisor, secured tbo
was chosen for thn nartv'ii rnnillHAtn
for Auditor, Chas. Williams ot Ho-
nokaa succeeded In getting on the
ticket for County Attorney.
ThA RimPrvlcnra nnmlnal.il nr Inn
various districts are as follows: Puna,
J. F. Komoku (Dem.); Hllo, E. H. Ly
man. (H. R.) and John T. Baker
(Dem.): Ilamnkua. n. II. Makpkmi Ml
R.); Kohala, Frank Woods (Dem.);
Knnn. Tv. K'nlnlwrni tu n nA ni
Kau, O. T. Shlpman (Dem.).'-
ror ucputy Kncrins ror tho various
districts thn fucilnn tlpkpt la na fnl.
lows: Puna, S. H. Ilaahco; South Hllo,
iv. Ai. koiioii; North Hllo. E. K. Sim
mons, Jr.; Hamakua, John Kalllpuolc;
South Kohala. J. K. Kauai. Jr.: North
Kohala, Geo. Baker; Kona, J. W. Kolll-
koa; Kau, (none). Tribune.
IMPORTANT TEACHER8' MEETING.
There will bo a very Important and
Interesting meeting ot the Teachers'
Association at tho High School Friday
nVPnlnr Tlltin 9 nt 7-111 n'flnnlr T. mr
Sereno Bishop will speak on the ovolu-
nun ui uiu nioiiniaius oi uanu, miss
Stewart of tho Normal School will con
duct a model recitation In number
work. Mr. i:. B. Turner will talk to
tho teachers on tbo subject of tho
Juvenilis court which has Just been In
stituted by the leglslaturo
Tho Weekly Edition of tho Evening
Bulletin gles n tompleto summary of
tho news of the day.
Man acts according to his
He will act better if they be
Hawaiian Electric Co,, Ltd.,
KINO near ALAKEA PHONE MAIN 390.
Guy Owens Electrical
'Durwri? mint ,.. .
'PHONE MAIN 315
Palolo Land Opening.
ONE HUNDRED AND THIRTY ACRES of
PALOLO LAND belonging to LONG ESTATE
will be divided into lots of I to 5 Acres, with the aver
age selling price per acre, $200.
This fine land adjoins the Government property at
Lots arc all surveyed and staked on premises.
All applications for lots must be handed in by
June 5, 1905, in writing.
Plans of lots and information as to terms and all
other particulars may be obtained from
Carlos A. Long,
ROOMS 1-3 KAPIOLANI BUILDING.
SALE OF MATTING NOW ON
Colored Matting, reg.
White Matting, reg. price, $J2; now $8.00
THIS IS FOR CASH ONLY.
COYNE FURNITURE CO., Ltd.,
No. 148 HOTEL 8TREET, 1113 UNION 8TREET.
, .Not iohetiiino that will cunn EVEnTriima, hut n. specific nrmnrihort fnr ....
"'.l&il'TkrCnZ0 I.' iTinn ' ""' mlSMtaltat;
H.-MIO mill vrnilcl.l.il. Wo havo thousand, of tc.tlmiVl. ft U XWT.XZ "?l!
iuo nt na potmivu cure.
TnlM'T IV1NTI! Inil. limn nn.l n.nn&.( m
Boon. "w "i. uiii-all..- -iiicy absolutely do no
.. yr".,!."? nt onco ,or. 0'!r fnmou. 1:uhrk'aloi, Izkha Curb It will tell
centSnn3!. j'tloo!" mr0 C0UVlnC'nS t,mn P,Bt" of '" l'rlco postrll"! SO
ls,s fffiTSoiinii iT i.to.Sn55ffl!
THE EUREKALOL REMEDY CO., 119
PACIFIC TRANSFER CO.
WILL CALL FOR YOUR BAGGAGE
We pack, haul and ihip your
toodi and lave you money.
Dealen In STOVE WOOD, COAL and KINDLINGS.
Storage in Brick Warehouse, 126 Kin St Phone Main 58
have opened a horse-Bho
ing department in connec
tion with their carriage
hop, etc Having lecur
id the services ot a first
class shocr, they are pre
pared to do all work In
trusted to them ln a flrst
HOTEL. NEAR FORT.
Fins Job Printing at ths ullstln.
Dene hv the
JJ20 UNION ST.
price $8; now - $6.50
"'" """ ,M
II . . .
ek, bk !.& ?i ??.f-o.
Bergent St., BROOKLYN.N. Y.
75c oe month
Miss Power's Milliierj Parlors
B08TON BUILDING FORT 8T.
Why should mothers worry and car.
The littles one's lunch to make
When May's now famous bill of far.
Includes Ice Cream and Cake?
At May's Ice Cream Parlors.
EMMA 8T. above .VINEYARD.
School Lunches served at 12 m. for
5 cts. Ice Cream, 50 ct. quart.
8ANITARY PLUMBING AND
an RIGHT PRICES when you order
K. AKI & CO.,
1028 SMITH 8TREET.
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