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r.VKNINO I1UM.ETIN. HONOLULU, T. H.. TUESDAY. APRIL 10, 190(5.
Next Sunday,fs Easter and the day will bring forth many prettily
designed gownVahowlnnT a beauty of materials that has never yet
been equaled. The new texturea and colorings are superb and 'tho
styles this season, are wonderfully becoming.
, You can easily select" from our ready-towear department, dainty
garments In keeping with, the Joyousness of the Eastern morning and
garments that will glvo good service long after Easter.
CLEOANT WHITE SILK. SUITS
Elaborately trimmed with Valenciennes lace, very stylish, at
$25.00 AND $28.50 Only one of a kind.
WHITE LINEN ETON8UIT3.
The very latest, trimmed with baby Irish lace: very swell.
FROM $21.50 UPWARD.
WHITE LAWN SUITS.
Fine material, nicely made, nt $J),75 a suit.
WHITE LAWN SUITS.
Waist and skirt trlmtned with embroidery and cluster tucks,
AT $5.00 A SUIT,
WHITE INDIA L1NON SUITS.
Embroidery trimmed, very atyllt.li, at $5,50 a 8dL
WHITE MULL LINGERIE 8UITS
Very sheer and the very newest, lace and embroidery trim
med, new stylish sleeves, FROM SS.00 TO $12 A SUIT.
Easter White Goods
20e. quality for 12'itf yd.
For balance of this week, providing goods hold out, we offer a
line of sheer white goods In lace stripes, fancy cheeks, satin stripes,
etc., regular price, G yds., for $1,00 and 20c. materials, at 12'-2! yd.
$1.M LINEN DAMASK, 81.00 YARD.
Extra fine linen table damask, 2 yards wide, our $1.60 quality,
on Sale at $1,00 Yard.
15c. pillow Cases at 10tf ach as long as they last.
They are all ready for use, Sizes 42x30 and 45x3G. Our reg
ular 15c. values. SALE PRICE, 10d.
EMDROIDERED EOLIENNES. "
An elegant new material, light weight, will make handsome after
noon or evening costume. Colorings are perfect; white, cream, cham
pagne, light blue, grey, pink and the new green. (J()i A YARD.
Entirely new, washable, Just right for shirt waist suits. Colorsl
cream, light blue, ceru and Yale, J5 A YARD,,
, Dry Goods Company Ltd.
CORNER FORT AND BERETANIA 8TREET8.
Assist A Digestive Marvel $3s
Slops that distress after eating
For sale by your druggist, or by
Wt G Peacock & Co., Ltd
After Thoughts Of Hawaii
As Told By
I. , , m j for it is on I
M .LIW t WTL proves ita
RAINIER BOTTLING D ijj',',v' Af ) I 1 I
The ISLAND MEAT CO.
One Who Saw The Place
What the peoplo who visit the placu grounds. plant, and palms, ami elo
arc saying of Hawaii Is pretty well net gnnt public roails nil over I lie Island.
nut In the routining lotter; licaiitlftil llo worn without limit every'
The Hlnto Hank of Aspen, David II. where, and thn bench ne.ir the Mo.mn
MolTntt, President; V. 8. Cheev hotel perfect, lint nhove nil the people
limn, Vice President; T. U. Lyster, nf tlio whole Island, without exception,
Cnsliler; 0. S. Moore, Asst. Cush- ore (ourteous and kind tu the stranger
ler. Aspen, Colorado. Mnrcli 21th. MlliiK the Island. Thero Is no ilty (it
I'.mii;. the mine size Hint 1 know of compare
II. I. Wood, Esq., Hceretnry, Hawaii ltli your Honolulu.
Pioinotlon Committee, Honolulu,! The I'lornl Parade held on WashlnR-
inwnn. ton's Illrthday was the Rrnmlest I had
My Dear Sir: Your letter of tho ever seen. I lme seen Ilium held nl
2.1 r (I ultimo, I rerelted just lieforn Colorado Kprlngs nt different years and
leaving tho Islnnd, so thnt I put urt considered by our people ns being very
nnsnrrliiK till my return home. I hnvu fine, but tvere not to bo considered
not the gift ol putting properly In with the grand parade I saw 22ml lit
words tlio Impression made on me nf ttmo In Honolulu. 1 would surely think
thn Islnnd of O.iliu, nnd the city of Ho- you would (ontlnun the feature for Hit'
noliilti. thnt lould do Justice to either coming years.
1 found on my nrrhnl "AN-UP-TO- Permit me personally to thank you
DATE CITY," water works, electric. for your kindness to Mr C'heesninn nnrt
lights, street cars (with polite cm myself during our fhc weeks' stay In
ployccH) police, splendid lintels, rail- your beautiful city.
loads, telephone, public b'.illdlngj. Yours truly,
parks, nnd private, dwellings wltb grand (Big.) T. 0. LYSTEIL
Aiitt I'll' IT
RISE IN TEMPLRATURE
DRY FOR THIS SEASON SOME
RESTRICTIONS ON THE USE
Or WATER FOR IRRIGATION.
For the Week r.ndlng April 7, IMC.
l-ocnl OfTlte, I'. 8. Weather llurcnu,
Honolulu, T. II.. April !). lUUii.
The past week Int. bono character
Izcd by a decided and general rlsu In
ti'iiiieniture. weekly nvernges In nil
kc. linns of thn group having been high
er than during uny pluvious week with
in thn past month. The iiidvniiip In
leiuperaturo bas been paitlcularly
marked In Maul nnd Oaliu.
The week a a whole has been quite
dry lor this scmicm of thn year, thn
only Hhowers f Importance wlilch lmo
orcurred being confined to portions of
the lllli) district of Hawaii, the Kootnu
district of Mnul nnd the Punn nnd
iiortbern districts of Kaunl. On nc
(ouut of the continuance of tlio dry
weather In the vicinity of Honolulu, it
has bvcoma nvte'ssary to place restric
tions on the use of water for Irrigation
purposes In soma sections of the city
During the pnst week n tendency to
ward the resumption of trade, winds
has bcctievldcnt, but thus far the wind
wnrd showers which usuully accom
pany thciu winds have not material
ized. HKMAUKS IIY CORRESPONDENTS.
(Note; Tho .llgures following the
linino of a station Indlrntc the day of
the mouth with which tho week's re
ISLAND OK HAWAII.
Knummin (5) The wc.Uhor has been
very pleasant this week; ruin lias fal
len every day or night except on the
3d nnd 4th; temperatures ami wind di
rect Ion have varied considerably; the
weekly mean temperutuie was US (leg.,
nnd tho totnl rainfall .SI Inch. J. i:.
Ponnhawnl (5) With tho exception
of light showers on the liuth and 31st
nit., nnd tho Mil Inst., tho weather has
continued dry, with variable winds;
temperatures were considerably higher
than during the preiedlng week; the
total rainfall was .00 Inch. J. B. (lam
nllclson. Hlln (5) Tho weather has continued
quite dry; the weekly mcuu tempera
lure wns 72 deg nnd the total rainfall
.37 Inch. I., C. I.ymun.
Papuikou (5) The weather has been
tompuratlu'ly dry and hot; the total
rainfall wuh 1.33 Inches; the supply or
water Is low, nnd there are no signs of
n good rain. John T. Molr.
Pi peekeo. (6) Temperatures were
considerably higher dining the past
week, the weekly mean being 72 deg.,
the totnl rainfall was .73 huh.; n Milur
hulo was observed ut noon or the ltd
Inst., nnd distant lightning during tho
same evening. W. 11. Rogers,
llukuluii (5) Warm days and coul
nights have prevailed dining the pnst
week; tho totnl rainfall was .07 Inch.
J. M. ltoss.
Honoblun (5) Tho total rainfall was
.10 Inch. John Patterson.
Pnpnaloa (6) Tho past week has
been rather win m, with oci'uslouul light
showers amounting In all tu ,30 lnili.
l-uupaboehuo (C) The. past week has
been one of hot days followed by light
bhowers al night, amounting In nil to
,70 Inch; the xea has been calm; tlio
water supply Ih very sburt. II. W.
Ookulu (S) Temperatures during
Is In a tplendld position to secure for its patrons the very best Island meat,
carefully handled. Also Island Poultry of every description,
Jas. E. Westbrook
TELEPHONE MAIN 70. . FORT ST. OPP. LOVE BLDQ.
REAL E8TATE BARQAIN8.
Ideal country homo at Manoa Valley,
surrounded by river; good bathing;
Gr. roitago, barn, lawn, fruit trees,
near car lino; a bargain.
For $RS0, I am authorized to sell 2.20
acres, with small house, off Nuuanii
Ave. near car line; I'reo water; Heal
vniuu $2000.00. Owner la forced to
1 1-2 story residence, 1213
Ave., 4 hedr., elce. wire,
from 2 car lines, $20. per m.
-tr. rnttngo and servant h. nt Walkllil. the total rainfall belli .74 Inch.-
beach, good bathing; MO. per m.
p. i:. It. STUAUUII,
the past week har been considerably
'higher, thn weejily mean being t'l'J'deg.J
'.31 Inch of ruin' (ell on the 3d nnd Stir,
we have hud steady southeast winds.
W. (1. Walker.
I'linuhuu (u) The past week has
been one of equuble temperatures nut!
light trade winds, but with no ruin.
Pnauluiii Plantation Co.
N'lulll (5) Light trade winds pre
vailed during the greater part ut the
week, but Increased In force on thn
ulh; the weekly mean temperature wns
72 deg., and the totnl rainfall .13 Inch.
I'. C. Paelow.
Kohnln (fl) Tho weather has been
I considerably warmer during tho pant
week, the days lielng quite sunny; the
weekly ntcan temperature was 72 deg,,
and the total rainfall .10 Inch. W. (J.
Kohnln Mission (II) The weather
lias been somewhat warmer, with fair
ly sunny days; the weekly mean teni
peraturu was 70 deg., nnd the totui
rainfall .39 Inch. Di. II. I). llond,
Punkea Ranch (fi) Temperatures
hae been rather higher this week, with
Mime rain nmouutlng in nil to .52 Inch;
variable winds nrevnlled during the
(oVc part of tho wiek, but now seem to
have settled to northeast trades. A.
Khmuola (0) The weekly nienn tem
perature was 67 deg., the i4'x being
quite1 hot; trade winds net '111 during
the Intterjinrt of the week', the tutal
rainfall wus' .Li,luch. -Mrs. 12. W. Hay.
KtaluUkuiAf.1) no lrtor)bf ruin on
the -dh1 mrf?BKt WiV the" week other
wise wastry. Ilev 8, II. Dnvls.
Kenlakekun S) Th weather has
been sullo'l Villi diily'.ttliliith of rain.
Robert Wallace. ' ''
'NaaHMiu (4) There linsi'itieen no
break lln the drought; thewenthcr has
continued dry. with tradvhvluds nnd
hlghbr temperjlures. (1. (I.1 Kinney.
Pihnln (4) Tho weekly mii.jn tern
pcriture wns TO deg., nnd lv total
rainfall ,02 Inch; the wind Ibl reused
In' forco toward the latter end 'Of the
week. II. I). Harrison.
Knpolio (fi) Tho weather bas been
warmer, with variable winds becoming
easterly; the weekly mean (empcrntuio
was US deg., and tho total rainfall ,45
Inch. II. J. Lyman.
ISLAND OK MAUI.
liana (2) Tho past week has been
marked by decreasing cloudiness and
rising temperatuie, with variable winds
becoming norlhensterly; there was no
rainfall. N. Omsted,
Nnhlkti (5) The days havo been
warm and sunny, with northeasterly
winds; tho totnl rainfall was 1.00
Ini lies. C. O, Jacobs.
llnelo (lj) I'ulr rains, amounting to
1,3!) Inches, fell during the early unil
lute portions of the week; the weekly
mean temperature was C7 deg,; tho
winds were generally northeasterly.
W. V. Pogue.
Haiku (6) Modornto trade winds
have prevailed thioughout tho week,
with warm days, cool night, a fair dc
greo of sunshine, nnd veiy little rain;
there has been abundant rainfall, how
ever, In tho forests to tho cnstwnrJ,
which has lurroascd tho wnler supply;
tho weekly mean temperature was 72
deg., and the total rainfall ,23 Inch.
1). D. Ilaldwln.
Pnhi (5) With tho exception of n
(airly heavy shower, amounting to .12
Inch, on tho evening nf the 4th, the
week has been dry, with clear skies
and nmple sunshine; temperatures hnve
also been higher than for eomu time
heretofore. J. J. Jones.
Puuneno (Gl Tho weather has been
warmer this week, nnd for Ibc most
part dry; all pumps nro stll shut down,
and thero Is n plentiful supply nt
wntcr; tlio total rainfall was .20 Inch.
J. N. 8. Williams.
Wnlluku (&) Tho weather has been
agreeable, with plenty of suushlue,
wanner nights and light variable
winds; tho weekly mean temperature
wns Gti deg., nnd thu total rainfall .lu
Inch. lira. Prank.
Klhel (3) Tho weather Is ngalu
warmer and dry; ditches nro running
low, neccKkltnllng pumping; tbo week
ly mean temperature wns 71 deg.; thero
bus been no rainfall, nor do present
indications oner any encouragement
for rains In tho Immediate future. Jas.
Kaanapall (fi) Tho weather bas
been fine and mild, with varlahlo
winds; there wus n good shower on the
night of tho 4th, nmouutlng to .40 Inch;
the weekly me.in temperature was C7
deg. Win. llcihb,
ISLAND OV OAIIU.
Maunawlll (7) Tho fore part of the
week was warm and dry, April 1st
being exceptionally warm; tbo weekly
mean temperature wns 73 deg.; the
latter part of the week wns showery.
UNRAYELED FINAL TANGLE
OF MOROCCO CONFERENCE
EMDA83ADOR WHITE FURNISHED
80LUTION THAT DROUGHT
THE AMICABLE UNDER
STANDING. Algeclrns, March 27. Embassador
White and tlio others of the Amerknn
delegation to the conference on Mo
rocenn reforms wore, showered with
compliments todny for what l regard
ed ns their sagacious Intervention,
which has assured n solution of the
last remaining serious difficulty of tho
conference and a final settlement of
one of tho most delicate and compli
cated questions ever brought before
the conference for decision.
Arstrln's pollco proposal yesterday
left (ho (Icrmnn and French delegates
still occupying totally opposite stnnd
points relative to tlio police Inspec
tion. White, seeing tbo danger of din
agreement, took thn Initiative In nn at
tempt to save tho situation. Ho nnd
his colleague drew up a fresh scheme,
laying down the proposition thnt tho
Inspector shall report simultaneously
to both tho Hullnn nnd dlplnmntlc
corps of Tangier, thn latter hnvlng
authority to order Inquiries into thn
working of thn I'ranco-Bpnnlsh police
scheme, thus guaranteeing the carry
ing out of tho conference's decision
nnd f-afcguardlng foreign Interests nnd
Ilelore presenting this plan to the
conference White npprnnched the prin
cipal delegates. Tho llrltlsh, Italian
nnd Russian delegates unhesitatingly
npprnved tbo proposal nnd promised It
their fullest support. White then con
ferred successively with (he I-'rench
nnd (Icrmnn delegates, who agreed ns
to the practicability nf the Iden and
consented to submit tho scheme, to
their respective Oovernmonts, whose
concurrence they consider to bo virtu
The effect on tho conference of Hip
ncccptnncoot the American suggestion
was Immediately notlcenbte. A change
rnino over thn hitherto strictly diplo
matic relations of tho French mid
Oorirnn dclegntes, nnd they wero pho
tographed together on the hotel vor
ntidn One of tho neutral dclegntes
present at tho moment remarked:
"Thnt photograph constitutes the
first signature) of nreonl."
Tho successful action nf tho Ameri
can delegates has mndn possible tho
speedy end of the labors of (ha conference.
LITTLE WUN LUNG'S JOKE.
Walmnunna (1) Tho wentber Inst
week was much warmer than hereto-
Citizen; "It seems to mo tho streets
ought to bo cleaner thau they nro"
Oftliinl: "Impossible! You rnn't Hush
(hem In cold wentherl" Citizen; "Mny
bo so; hut don't you think they might
be clry-clenned?" Detroit Free Press.
Trump: "Bay, lady, havo you anoth
er flannel cake like the one vou env
'i me' yesterday?" Kind l-ndy: "Did yen
like that one so much?' Tramp.
"No'nij.but I want to half solo my
tithe! shoe," Ilrooklyn Kngtc.
In ,1'ersln thero nro no distilleries.
brcweres or public houses and native
wine Is tbo only Intoxicating (leverage
a it H9 it u h a tut n a n n n a
fore; showers cm tho 3d, 4th nnd Mb
amounted to .30 inch. A. Irvine.
Honolulu (7) Thu weather during
(ho past week has been dry, with high
temperatures, rlslug barometer nnd
easterly winds of moderate force; the
weekly mean lemperaluro was 71 deg,.
ami tho total rainfall .02 Inch. Uk at
Ulllce. V. 8. Weather llurcnu.
Kua (7) Tho weather has been
very diy and wurm nil week: thn
"weekly menu temperature wus 73 deg.;
there wns no rainfall. W. Lobrengel.
Wulanne (0) The wi-udicr during
the past week wus much warmer, with
vmlablo winds; tbo weekly mean tem
perature wus 71 deg., and the total
inlnfnll .03 Inch K. Meyer.
WnluHit ((!) Thu weather has been
waimer during thq past week, the
weekly mean temperature, being 72
deg.; there wus no rainfall. W. It.
Knhuku (fi) The weather during tho
pnst week has been considerably wann
er than heretofore, tho weekly menu
temperature being 71 dec.; light show-
era occurred nt Intervnls, amounting lu
nil to .29 Inch, unci were nciompunled
by modcroto trade winds. It. T. Chrlu-
ISLAND OF KAUAI.
Makawell (til Tho weather hero has
Improved greatly during tho past week,
luting been generally dear with ven
warm days; the weekly mean tempera
ture wus 73 deg., ami the totnl rainfall
,fio Inch. Hawaiian Siignr Co.
Kleele (0) The weuthcr has been
much wanner this week nnd bus eon
tluuiil dry, with strong wind ut Inter
vuls. Mcllryde Sugur Co,
Koloa (fi) High temperatures have
prevailed dining thu week, with light
showers amounting lu nil to ,G3 Inch,
Iho weekly mean temperature wus 70
deg. P. .McL'ine.
I.lliuc (0) Tho wentber conditions
havo Imnrowd, temperatures display
Ing a marked rising tendency nnd trade
winds setting In during the latter pnit
of the week; the weekly mean temper
nturo wus CO deg., nnd the, totnl rainfall
.1)3 Inch, F. Weber.
Kenlla (G) Showery weather nni
varlahlo temperatures luivo prevailed
hero during tho week; tho weekly menu
temperature was 70 deg., and the totnl
rainfall 1.12 Inches; heavy rains huvo
fallen In tho mountains. W, Jnrvla.
Kllauca (G)-The wentber bus been
generally cloudy, with dully showers
nmountlng In nil to 1.47 Inches; tem
peratures havo been cuuBlderably high
er, the weekly mean being 71 deg.;
tho wind has subsided. L. II, Ilorelko.
Ilnhulel (G) Tho weather has been
warmer, with sternly norlhensterly
winds; wo had heavy ruins on the -lib
nnd Mb, nmountlng to 4.33 Inches. II.
O. K. Dcverlll.
A. MtC. A8IILUY.
- i ihitm i-s -. i i mm umiishbh i
TURN DOWN AT WILL.
TURNS DOWN TO ONE OR SIXTEEN CANDLE POWER.
Users of ordinary electric lamps have often, perforce, to use 18
eandla power when 1-candle power wculd suffice. This means that tho
lamp wastes you money and more money In the course of a year than
HYLO LAMPS on the other hand, save you money, for they en
able you to turn your llrjht down from 16-e.p. to 1 c.p. nt will.
HYLO LAMPS ARE INVALUADLE FOR THE SICK ROOM, AND
CAN DE USED IN ANY PLACE WHERE A COMMON LAMP IS
Hawaiian Electric Co,, Ltd
Office, King St., near Alakea.
'Phone, Main 390. ft
H ttttit mdmi,i&vtJhi'itSpi
We have Just received a splendid consignment of choice olives,
Goniiine Large Green SPANISH QUEEN OLIVES
MEXICAN MANZANILLO OLIVES
This Is an especially fine lot of olives and wil bo sold In bulk.
Many people are unaware of the fact that olives cold In bulk are
equally as good as bottled olives. These olives of ours are, If any
thing, better than glass goods, And at n Lower Price!
Metropolitan Meat Co., Ltd
PHONE MAIN 45.
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Waukesha's ORIGINAL Mineral Waler
1 HEALTHFUL- STIMULATIINQ
A New Man In Every Bottle.
POR KALII HVaRYWIIURU
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That's what makes and saves money. Just THINK of Telephone Main
147 when you want your clothes attended to.
HONOLULU CLOTHES CLEANING CO.
J. F, COLBURN III, ManLfl' Office, KAPIOLANI BUILDING,