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i:VKNINO llUU-nTIN. HON'Ol.UMJ, T H, TilUltSIMY, Al'ltIL 12. IOOiS
Next Sunday Is Easier and the day will bring forth many prettily
designed gowns, showing a beauty of materials th.it has never yet
been equaled. The new textures and colorings are superb and tho
styles this season are wonderfully becoming.
You can easily select from our ready-to wear department, dainty
garments In keeping with the Joyousness of the eastern morning and
garments that will glvo good seivlee long alter Easter.
ELEGANT WHITE SILK SUITS
Elaborately trimmed with Valenciennes lace, very stylish, at
Siin.OO AND SUS.C.O Only one of a kind.
WHITE LINEN ETON 3UITe.
The very latest, trimmed with baby Irish lace: very swell,
FROM S21..ri0 UPWARD.
WHITE LAWN SUIT3.
Fine material, nicely made, nt J5;i,75 ' BU"-
WHITE LAWN SUITS.
Waist and skirt trimmed with embroidery and cluster tucks,
AT S5.00 A SUIT.
WHITE INDIA LINON SUITS,
Embroidery trimmed, very styllth, at S5,() a Suit.
WHITE MULL LINGERIE SUITS
Very sheer and the very newest, lace and embroidery trim
med, new stylish sleeves, TROM SS.00 TO SJ2 A SUIT.
Easter White Goods
20e. quality for 2'id yd-
For balance of this week, providing goods hold out, we offer a
lino of sheer white goods, In lace stripes, fancy checks, satin stripes,
etc., regular price, G yds. for 51.00 and 20c. materials, at 12'-2 J"1-
Jl.tO LINEN DAMASK, S1.00 YARD.
Extra fine linen table damask, 2 yards wide, our $1 BO quality,
on Sale at S1.00 Yard.
15c, Pillow Cases at Od epch as long as they last.
They arc all ready for use. Sizes 42x30 and 15x30. Our reg
ular 1De. values. SALE PRICE, l()tf.
EMDROIDCRED EOLIENNES. "'
An elegant new material, light weight, will make handsome after
noon or escnlng eottume. Coloringc are perfect; white, cream, cham
pagne, light blue, grey, pink and the new grcn. (Od A YARD.
Entirely new, washable, Just right for shirt waist suits. Colors:
cream, light blue, ecru and Yale, JJoC1 A YARD.
Ml '8. SACHS
Dry Gbodtf'Companv Ltd.
MtVxJORNEiiiFOtVrUrJD DERETANIA STREETS.
JBAVEA BEER WITJET S
I YOUR RECKET fcfijjrtj I
MAKE A RACKET IF IHfl 1 I
YOU BOHT GET - I
7v lJj0 AINIEn DOTTLINQ I
I &riSlm' Honolulu. ' I I
1 iJJ ft Photo White 133t !
$ A Digestive Marvel 8$s
Stops that distress after eating
For sale by your druggist, or by
Wt C Peacock & Co,, Ltd
Secretary Wood Tells Of
Things Done And
Secretary II. P. Wood of tho Prnmev
Hun ('(immlltrn submitted n IpiiKlhy
leport In tho trusters oC I lie Cliauilicr
of Cuinincrcc juitc!ida nftoriKioii, In
pir ng follow ft
Kor Ute epmrtor ctiilliiR March 31st,
llic Milunio (if trnwt fmm tho Main
Iniu1 Iiiir been most satisfactory, nit
lines nf trade lioltiB liencflteil thcKliy.
Ono iirnmlni'iit iclall merchant In
formed mo that oor 2." per cent ol
lilt liiiRliiofit could ho directly tracid
In tl.c Rtranscr.
Tourists Are Coming.
i no tucmuors or otir rrnmotwn
ConimltUo feel Kroitly oiicoimiKcd,
mill' firmly lielloo that tho thlo nf
limtlHt trnol, which has ilono so niiicli
for Southern California, hns at last
turned thin way. and from now on will
steadily nnd rapidly Increase.
The tourist of todaj Ir tho home
liiillder of loimirrow.
Tl cro nrc many thousands of people)
posiecKsliiK Rood Incomes HvliiR ninniiK
Other nnd lens fanrcd siirinmiillngK,
kIii are Kicking ror Just what c lino
o offer' nlid what In (ruth cannot bet
found elsewhere tlio world out.
Tho usrlllalliiK mlmcngrnph, Install
oil Hlnro the first of tho year, litis
proved to ho a moot aluahlc Invest
ment, enabling the office force to Bond
tmt Homo IB.iMin letter When thu
tratiH l'aciflc Yacht Itaco was flnilly
defennlneil upon, n Bpoclal letter was
sent to ccry arht owner In tho I'nlt
oil Slates rccitliiK briefly tho plan for
tho rnco and oxtetidluR n loiirteous In-
Itattott for tho recipient to lslt Ho
nolulu at that time
Homo Mull lcttcro lmo been sent to
tlio members of tlio Nntlunal lMuen
tlouil Association mid other teacbeni,
who It was tliouclit mlcht ho Intercut
oil In tho educational cnmcmlcm to
ho hold nt San Trnnrlsro next July.
Education In Hawaii.
Willi this letter wns sent a small
folder compiled by President OrlflltlK
of Onlin Collet', for tho Promotion
ucininuiice, giting information con
rernliiK education In Ilnnall. Several
Hiiiiirnnd extra copies of this folder
will ho distributed In Han Train Ihco
nt tho time of the convention
Special circular letiera have also
hier. sent to member of file trnns
Mississippi Commercial Congress. Na
tlonal CllniafnloKlial Association and
Scenes In Colors.
While wo liavq enough printed mat
ter on band for tho Immediate pies
out I hnvo In mind something entirely
different fom what has hitherto been
published. A small pamphlet about
three Inches vvldo by four Inches lonq
to rontnln from eight to twelve plo
ttircn, In three or four rotors, of I la
wall's most beautiful bltie of scenery.
To Draw Conventions.
Members of tho Promotion Commit
too nrn malclng-a strong effort to In lug
Hawaii to tlio notl( o of different Assn
clatlons as n place for their annual
Wlillo dlstanrc from the Mainland,
cost ond uncertainly of transportation
aro serious handicaps, jet wo am
meeting with encouragement mid in
fact have slronR hopes of securing tho
190? (Otivonllon of tho trans Mississip
pi Commercial Congress nnd lint 1!o3
'(invent Ion nf the Amerlcnn Mo oeiio
Iciglrnl Association; also one other Im
portant convention which may ho se
cured for HiIb ear. The advertlsliiR
rIvoii Ilnvvall liy theso efforts is of
decided advantaRO to lis oven thoiiRh
wo mny not secure tho desired ton
Good Lady Advertiser.
Mm. Wentherrcd. who was hero
4 llli tlio Oregon girls, will mal.o a
Mrting plea for Hawaii nt tint e online
convention of tho National IMItorlnl
Association, nf whoso rw-eutlve com
nilltce tho lady Is a member.
Our efforts to udveitlso Hawaii
liavo been nbly seconded by sue h men
as Archdeacon Jeffries, Iltsliop llamlt
ton and others who have recently vis
lied our Islands, takliiR nway with
them ft om ion to COO linteni slldeii
each, wlilrh will bo in nlmost constant
usn for some time to come.
Floral Parade' Publicity.
Ono of tho host advertisements Ha
waii hns had far some tlnio was tlio
rimnl celebration on WashliiRlon'H
brllhdtiy, which dcllHliled thousands
of people, and Is heliiR Riven wldo pub
Tho OfimliiR tr.ins 1'ntllle Yacht
Ilaio will also provo of Rreat advan
tnR'j In biliiRliiR Hawaii to the atteu
Hon nt ovciy lover of true sport the
Novel Scheme Afoot.
In oider lo iioato nn Interest In I In
wall nmuiiR a cLish of men who aro In
constant touili with tho iiuvcIIiir pub
lie, nur comiulttco Is worklnR on a
plan which Involves tho offering of
prizer for tho host nnsners to the
question "Why Should Hawaii Expert
to Ilecomo a (Ireat ami Popular lie
sort for Homo Seekers nnd Tourists?"
Con'cstnnts will he icstrletcd to
passenger aRpntn nf the rallvvny and
stoimshlp loniinnles of the United
States, Canada nnd Mexico.
It will ho n cnmpilgn of edurntlon
ns well as of ndvcrtlsltiR: It Is n hlg
iimtcitnlcltiR. but it will be pushed,
nnd wo shall win.
Tribute to Hawaii.
. II)- ho Inst mail we received from a
prominent Colorado batikei, who had
spent several weeks here a valuable
trlbufo lo Hawaii, which we are hav
ing lithographed and will si ml out
with a special elriuliir tell r to up
wauls of rnon hank presidents and
Some two months since v,e mailed a
small eard to every lllirari In tlio
United States and Canada staling that
Hawaii Promotion Committee would
gladly send Illustrated matter descrlp
tlvo of Hawaii If asked to do so.
which wo roniiosted tho different li
brarians to poit on Ihelr bulletin
Library of Directories.
Our library of directories of tho
leading cities of tho United States Is
licltif added to constantly nnd will
Minn become a valuable adjunct to tho
I will not trespass further upon nur
time except to refer to the verj sue
ccsslnl work of onr Promotion Com
inll.i'u In helping organize n large
number or active improvement rum
tiilttcs, throughout all parts of the
cits the cicntlon of a special advisory
board add tlio formation of tlio Oahu
Central Improvement Committee to
which has been delegated tho over
sight of this bmntli (if our work
(Ml CUjtWlS CAME
There nro now honorx In plent) for
tho enptnlii of tho schooner Albcrtt,
Mark Casto, tlio modcit hero who suc
ceeded In rcHcutiu tho Imperiled pis.
sengers nnd crow nf the steamship
Cherokee, llio tciurngo vvhle.li ho ells
plajcd In going out to the relief of
tboju on tho Cherokee when tlio ship
stranded on tho rtcvv Jersey count and
vvns In iiioincntnry datige r of going to
pieces In tho wild storm has been
deemed worthy of n Carm glo hero fund
mcMal mid of n medal from tlio leglsla
turo of New Jersey, wlillo tlint bos'
pliable Philadelphia org miration, the
Clover club, presentee him with n elln
mond stttddeet medal and eutertnlniH
111 tn at dinner, t'nptahi ("nstn when he
saw tlio peril of tlireiseoro persons on
tlo Cherokee did nut fear to steer
straight for tlielopeii sen i(Jils snjall
but standi cruft. Ho did not hesitate
to attempt it tusk which Imllleii thu skill
nnd courago even of tho bravo United
States llfo saving crews of tho Atlantic
Oil) station. Ills ncrvo did not desert
Tito appointment of Win Hnllili irn
ns fish Inspector was jeslcrdn !-
firmed by the llo-ird of Health lie io
port of the special committee on tho
subject being as follows',
"Honolulu. T II . April 11 1U0G
"To tho President nnd Mimhers of tho
Hoard of Health
"Tho special committee cm fish mar
kets herewith submit their report atid
slate that wo hnvo Investlg.iled tho
mntler of tho appointment of the In
slice tor for tho now Kim; nun kit and
find that Mi Win ltntlihuru appoliitnl
Insiiertor h the President subject to
confirmation by the Hoard, his held
n number of positions in private an I
government service nnd so far as wo
nro able to ascertain has filled them
irceptiihly except those In Hie police
While it Is true Mr. Ilnlhhtirn com
mitted certain Indiscretions several
ears ago his record since tint time
lias be en good.
Upon bis leaving the road depin-
ment service -March 111, PJUb, bo was
given a letter signed by Mr Hamut I
Johnson, road supervisor, nnd npproved
by .Messrs I.ucus and Ad.ims, mill
committee Count) of Oahu, In which
it was rertllled bo bad been cmpln)cd
ns lima In different brant lies of work
in the department mid had iilwas bun
fui ml lo bo reliable, trustworthy sob
er ii ltd Indiisiiloiis.
"Mr. II, M von Holt, superintendent
of thu ranch depiitment of the O It &
I. Co. states that Mr ltalhbuiii wns
In his eiuplo) for n number of years us
foil mini of Knhtikti rutiih, that bis
work was nlvv.ivs satisfactorily per
formed, mid that ho would nut hesitate
to give him n position again should a
v ,n aluy occur.
"Wo recommend the appointment ol
Mr Italbbiirn bo conllrmed
"U C HMI'lll.
"J It JUDD"
l)r Wajson explained that Attorney
(leneinl Peters, the third member (it
thu eonimlllie had not signed iih bo was
cngngeel in eouit Ho then moveit that
the ii-pott be nelopted Itoliluson hce
iiuded the motion, which can lei
Smith, Jiidd, Wii)son mid Itoliliinin
voting no, mid I'e rn.indez no
The following report legirdlug I)r
lta)monds iiiiicsl Hint Lluiuges Le
miiilo In the nilmlnlstr-itlon of the Mil
lilt ml Hospital was adopted
"Honolulu, Hawaii. April 11, I90i
"To the President nnd Mcmhcis of thu
(lentli men- In legnrd to tho Ictlur
of Dr. J. II ltd) mond, wo find that
l)r J II ltii)inoiid was n meiubir of
the Hoard of Trustees of Miilukiul Hon
pllal ut tho lime th.it llio jircscnt lob
ulations of sihl liempltal wetn ratllleel
by tho Hoard of Health, and wo fur
ther now wish to suggest that il Is not
to llo Hoard of Health, but lo thee
Trustees of tho Maliilanl Hosplt.it, thai
or iinwiiDml slioiihl npiil) fur any
changes In the regulations of said hus
pltut, and wo so rceumuiciid.
"JAH T WAYKON,
"U C SMITH.
"Htnndlng Comiulttco on Hospitals.'
'Iho President Informed thv lloaid
Hint hn was nreiinrlug comforlnhlo
tpi.trters for l)i Hullmniiii ut KjI.ui-i.ipa
TURN DOWN AT WILL.
TURNS DOWN TO ONE OR SIXTEEN CANDLE POWER.
Users of ordinary electric lamps have often, perforce, to use 16
eandle power when 1-eandle power would suffice. This means that the
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 light down from ICcp. to 1 c p. at will.
HYLO LAMPS ARE INVALUAOLE FOR THE SICK ROOM, AND
CAN DE USED IN ANY PLACE WHERE A COMMON LAMP IS
Hawaiian Electric Co, Ltd
Office, King St., near Atakea, 'Phone, Main 390.
of Smoked Snapper
AUSTRALIA'S GREATEST FOOD
For baking, frying, boiling, broiling, for chowders, to scallop,
cream or cook any way your fancy may dictate. Smoked Snapper
Is a universal food fish and Is healthful, appetizing and invigorat
ing. Will you try some today?
ISLAND ORDERS SOLICITED.
J. M. LEVY & Co.,
CAITAIN UAIUC CASTO.
1dm In thu midst of toiupestiious seas,
but when It ctiiuo to facing n lot of
men In spikes! tailed coats mil sitting
clown to n course dinner tho bluff skip
per of n fishing smack nlniost show eel
thu white feather Hut ho clccldoel to
go for tho sake of tho six sailor who
helped bin hufcly tnko ashore the six
ty people from tho Cherokee. Ho vyint
el their share In the net to revolve eluu
credit. Captain Casio Is u short, liupru
tcntlotis man of thirty-six, and bi Ing a
hero Is somewhat embarrassing to him,
though this Is not tho first tlmo bo has
rescued Imperiled Hies Ho lives nt
Pleasant v Hie, N. J H married, Is thu
son of a sailor and tho grandson of u
SALYA'f ION ON MAUI
The ISLAND MEAT CO,
lo In n splendid position to secure for Its patrons the very best Island meat,
carefully handled. Also Island Poultry of every description.
Jas- E. Westbrook
TELEPHONE MAIN 7C. v v, V , FORT ST. OPP. LOVE DLDG.
REAL ESTATE BARGAINS.
Ideal country homo nt Mnnoa Valley,
Hiirrotitulcil by river; good bathing;
fir. rovtago, barn, lown, fruit trees,
near car lino; a bargain.
l'or $fir0. I nm authorized to sell 2 20
ncrcfl, with small house, off Niiuanii
Adjutant llnmliili) nnd Walter Can
nun i ( tin ne l from Maul this morning,
where they conducted n Hpecliil cam
pilgn In Wnlliiku, Kuhtilul, Walhen
mul l.ab.ilna. The) uipoit largo mi
elk nets mid n great luteiest In Chris
tlnu vwnlc over time Tho work of
tho Ami) never looked so hopeful ns
It does at pioseut Tho people Just
simply llockcd lo tho meetings, and
tho Army hall In Wnllulcii was lundn
ciuate lo hold tho nowds, so they go
tho Kaaliiiuinnii church for tho Sun
da) night anil thu kindergarten for the
near car lino- Pre o' water-Heal' ?,"mltty n,lil,t K'"I',B l"'tli ImlHI
I .uuei.uu. uwner ia loreeu hi.ii....... A .......i.,,. r , in -,.r,.u.
. ... .. ... ,-..,,.,. ,......
ed eoiiversloii. mul the Adjutant thinks
that this herds of meetings nro the
lies; yet on Mnul
Captain l.jninn and l.leutennnlH
1 1-2 story residence, 1213 Matlock
Ave., 4 lieelr., elec. wire, 1 block
from 2 car lines, $20. per m,
lr. cotlngo nnd servnnt h. at Wnlklkl
beach, gooel bathing; $10. per m.
I. i:. It. RT1IAUCII,
li 5CH00L SCHEME
Iho Civic I'ederntlon will eboosc i
coiiimlssioii to study educational prob
Icuis lo present a ktalement to the next
Legislature of extstllig conditions, wlih
leeonimi nebillons to net A sub-corn
mlttio reiorts lo tho executive commit
tee that much dissatisfaction is ex
pressed concerning existing coiidltloiir
Teachers nro poorl) paid '1 ho
schools are too crowded Iho commit
tee iieomniended that Hvstemalli
cotirres of sillily be provided ill gar
dening, manual training, domestic, sci
ence, nursing, sanitation, cte
l)r C II WckicI will again lake up
the mailer of tho flltrutlou of Iho wat
er pf Nim.inii valleV He will eliuw ii
bill for the legislature.
It is urged by tho snb-eoninilltee lb it
the warfaiu ho eoiitluiied to guard
against the Intiodiietlon of disease. A
coffee house III 1'alnma will ho estab
lished III connection with tho general
I Ian of Mttlcment work being iiirrleel
on by .Mr Until.
A te tier fiiim J Horace Muef.irlatul,
President of tho Amerliaii Civic l'e del
ation, with hi'iilcpiaite rs In Phlhulel
phi i, m t forth n plan for a public play
ground to lie established In Washing
ton, 1) C , to ho conducted by the Asmi
elated Charities .Mi .Miiefarland nslcei.
that tho local I'e deration glvo Its mor
al support lo the mailer Heeritinj IM
'low se will write to Hawaii's Delegate
to I'oiigusH to aid llio iiiiuhiiio
(in.si:v-.ioai:pn-At tho .Methodisi
ilisiiiiagi, Wcduesdiiy evening, Apill
II. IDuii, b) tlio Itov John W Wail
man. pastor of Iho 1'list ,M i:
rhiireh, IMwanI T Cllsey to .Miss
-Miuy A Joseph, both of Honolulu
Jl'im-On Aplll 8, 1900, to Mr
-Mis A I Juild, u daughter,.
ctnik nnd Cinwroi.i mo doing a good 7RJ per month. Weekly Bulletin,
The BUSINE8S MAN '8 HANDY IN
DEX, published In the Saturday Bulle.
tin and the Weekly Edition, gives a
concise ana complete resume of all le
gal notices, calls for tenders, Judg.
ments, building permits and real es
transactions. Evening Bulletin,
work, oh tlii-) oi e dealing effectively
wltn the mixed popula Inn on .Mnul.
crA. nMiu ...j. .. ..i- ..
LBB rwf ,1-M. bUIUI Ufl BrtlG
the Bulletin office.
SI per year.
were undoubtedly "up against It" with only the old fashioned "pigeon
hole" office furniture.
goods have already transformed thousands of offices into
Are you so positive that yours does not need transforming?
Hawaiian Office Specialty Go.
EVERYTHING FOR THE OFFICE.
THE BUTTER MUST
BE THE BEST
otherwise the meal stands a very great chance of being spoiled. In
some articles of diet more or less leeway In the matter of quality may
be allowed without any unpleasant results being experienced. With
butter, however, this Is not the case. The best Is none too good for
your family and for your guests.
CRYSTAL SPRINGS BUTTER IS THE BEST.
TWO POUNDS FOR 75o
Metropolitan Meat Co., Ltd.
PHONE MAIN 45.
Waukesha's ORIGINAL Mineral Water
A New Man In Every Bottle.
POR 8ALH hVURYWIIUHU
McPARLANIi&Co., Sole Agents.
Do You Think?
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, Manager. Office, KAPIOLANI BUILDING.
Illanlt boohs of nil Boris, lfilKOrs
etc., manufactured by tho lliillcllii l'ub.
The Bulletin, 75cts per month
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