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EVEKINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU. T. H SATURDAY. 3HPT. S. 130C.
For Monday, Tuesday
out odd sizes, we will offer
at exceptionally low prleee.
them for THREE
LADIE3 2-CI.AQP BERLIN LISLE GLOVES, In white, hlaek,
gray and modes Regular 40c
8PECIAL 25 pa'r
LADIES' 2-CLASP BLACK COTTON TAFFETA GLOVES,
SPECIAL , 25?
LADIES' LISLE SUEDE GLOVES, In black, white and gray,
Regular i.LiJ COe
SPECIAL rTT.,. 50 pa'"-
LADIES' FINE LACE SILK GLOVES, 12 button length, In white
LADIES 2-CLASP LACE SILK GLOVES, In black and white,
Regular ... 70c
SPECIAL r0 pair
LAUIEB' L1BLE LACE GLOVES,
Just Received, Ex. Alameda
SILK GLOVES, In a
full line of
81.00 per pair
Mrs. Ilustacc, Mrs. Smltltlrs nnd many
Mrs. William R. Taylor lias been
spending u few days with Mrs. Alex
nnder .Scott on J ml it direct Mrs Jl'iiy-
lur i'AJi:til lu run i"t n.it, r i.in;ii-iii ,
on tln lliifonl nint will lemaln for a
few months with her father anil moth-,
After considerable deliberation the or, Ur. nml Mrs. Stow, In C.illluini.i.
Department of Public Instruction lia3,
nuthorlrcd the lonstiuctlun of the new Mr. amt Mrs. Paul Isrnbcrg hail u
Kallhl-vvncna reboot fiom hollow coiHhniiscvvariulug at their now 'intimitis
trete. Tho choice lay between this ' llla on Suiidiy last,
nml mnlolllhln. coneiete. The school) .
v.111 he the llrst mibllc bullillnE In the Mr niucoY'nttwrlght, Jr.. gave u
Territory built In this manner of run-lgiar,IIK J'nrly In honor of the three
fctrtictluii. 'the contract has been Yn men etoiiplnB.nt the Moann liolel,
uwnrdec to the Jlurrell ConstniUlon , MpflsrR i(i,Jni j;mth nml Wilson.
l.o. for 122.100, anil k will pio'j. Am0Mg ,,0 ulticr cests were Mr.
n .L1' . hcsM forthwith. I James Wilder nml Air. lienrmann. the
'The Department will use ; the UrlK-1 KlUc. famous Kuropean travelling
laidfi;? ru,hsWnKSdio,ni.v,-d ,h. 5
the officers of the Knllhl lmprovunui I1!1 m .Mnra,c.1-. "Jlc. " '. "" . "' V
Club, tlie p.esldenU, of rcver.il It-pun: ; unyc ... no, 7' ;
Ilflll tt-tirllw fillllia nml I m fnninil . vutiiii juui . ..v.
Committee of the Democratic paity, as I
well ns tlic-pcrcunnl assurances of Rev-
ripnl willtrnita nf Mm llmnn llnli. i . I ti In
the effect that they will nil cnll for a-i ' !"u.al lMi ttc"k nUcr " m n",M"l'
npliinptl.itlon fiom the next I.ecsla
iiii m io
lf llrtlTMl TAI I If
k mm in ii Ai
Extra Specials '
PILLOW CASE MUSLIN, Regular 20c quality
VALENCIENNES LACES, 12 yards to the piece,
Regularly 20c 25c 35c and 40
SPECIAL.. ISd 20c 30 and 35d pr P-
VALENCIENNES INSERTION, 12 yards to the piece,
Regularly 35c 40c 45c and 75c
SPECIAL 25d SOd 35d and 50tf pr pc.
N. S. Sachs Dry Goods Co Ltd.
Cor. Port and Borota nla
mtlsllr.illy eet out nml nfler the fenst
I the gllCRts played peilru. The Elicit
(V honor depjrted for her home on
lute to complete; the building. At
liresent we will leave out the ting pole,
nil the Interior, blinds, the cnlsumlu
Ing. the shelve nnd easen In the lilt
raiy nnd the finishing of, four of tlri
nine rooms. Tim concrete steps nt
e.ich end of the building will be re
placed by wooden steps."
Unbhltt hns In his poMcsslon n rmm-
ber of letters from the various orgnn
Nearly everbody Ln town has hern
nltrncleil to the first dog show of the
Teliltory, nnd It wns n surprise to nil
to Hint so many Rood dogs lu llnwnli.
That they nro well taken care of ami
(omfoitalily housed one enn rest an
nuel! when such men ns Dr. llnnnt nnd
Dr. Pltzgerald nre nlwnys about, leaay
to do everylhlliR In their power (b
buttons enuinernted liv him nlmvn. The ' r.iako tile dORgles rtnilfurtnlile. .Str.iliRn
.!.. .....! -it i . i. ..... I nail mm nliii.tf In f lin.litnrtlf p unv llln
1'lllliui.ll'r 111 llll'lll III I II llllll-'ll l III! HillllG "" " '""' ,'," ... ......--.-
ns the followliiR letter from the Kn-1 tmlldoR cIhim iitlratted the Rlrls, nml
llhl linpiori'inrnt Club: "'J c.imn In for ninny expri-ihliins of
MrvW. II. Jlnlihltt. Rnperlnlenitrnt of ndmlratlon. Old Maker, n famoim Mill
Public Iimtriirtlmi. Ilnnnliilii. terrier. Who Hied to hcIoiiR io .Mr.
llenr Mir! Tlin PtiiIIv.. Pmmtill. ! l.tll'V l'CrlcltlB. Was Oil View, mill ll'
HioRtiircd ins mil iricuim uj n unini
I Sweet Violet Creamery Butter '
A dozan or more brands, of butter.
Jj have been Introduced hers In this
' cKv But
ij Swet Violet Creamery Butter
Is made from sweeter and richer
cream than any other.
It has the flavo" of Pure Cream,
with the fragrance of fresh violets. I
This flavor and fragrance sulfa the,
TRY IT TODAY.
CO. Yfifi Hnn A flnmnanv.
TEL. MAIN 25.1. 1
lee of the Knllhl Impiiiveiueut C'liin,
in behalf nf the Club, nml the citizens
nf Knllhl, nml Ihejnrtnus of the Kn-llhl-wnmn
nsk you tn proceed nt onco with the
erection of ilia nine-room school linuxe.
of wliloli the plans nnd speclllcntlnns
were lately submitted by Architect
We think the whole btillilliiR can
be erected, roofed nml encloieil with
doors nnd windows, nnd nt least live
looms enn lie finished mul furnished
(omplctely fur school use out of the
appioprlatlon of $:!.".0f)0, mndo by the
Iur smile nml n hlR limit: D :ih very
funny to watch him. Mnny well known
doi were In this class. Tin milieu
were handsome nml looked thoroughly
nt their ease. The fox tenters mmii
ns cocky ns you please nml teemed i.i
like the fun, JiiiIrIur by their IiIr
barks. The pointers of l II. Damon
were very human lu tin I r nppreiliition
of a friendly put, mid Charlc-i Unit
well's "I'rlnce," u lloston hull terrier,
looked ns bored ns nny imiu ulmul
town. Thi'fe iIors mo very Kpul.u
nnd u Rood one Is highly prized. The
corker spaulels. bhirl; us jet. .ind none
The last day of the dos-show Is Iito
nnd with tho closing of the gates to
night nt 10 o'clock, one of the most
successful vvenis" ever cnrrled
thrbugh In Honolulu will be complet
ed. The management desones Ihe
rrr.nliaf .if f.fn.ltt Inr IIia nv III wlilrh
'he show Is belne handled without a (
Tlnss 1. Withheld.
Class 2. Julia V. Colburn's Pantile,
Class 3. Halpli A. Lyon's Tlior,
Class 4. Withheld.
Class 5. Julia Mayer's llleronymoua,
Class C Dr. W. U Moore'c Tnnrlr.
epcoiiiI; Allan J. liwrey't Tim, snonil
Class 7. Illeronymous, llrst. Wln
ners. Illeionymous, llrst; Tan, re-rcrved.
hltrh. Thin afternoon the ImleliiE for i Class 8. Waller
tho special prizes will be held nnd the Prince, first.
rim fait that there nre now more '" friendly, were much praised. "It.i-
than 100 children In Knllhl who nre.
compelled to ro to school down town,
or clr.i; stay nl home, nrguiM ii need so
great that we think you nto Justluulilc
lu proceeding nt once to tin the' most
Jim cnu with I he money nt hand.
I'utltierniote, we piomlsn )oti tnnt
lelnh" was the only Jnpance pug on
view on Thursday. Too li.nl t.ie two
beauties of the Dcerltigs ioiiIiI not he
urn nnd tlielr puppies, rrtUilU rihiw
bnlls of IhlfflneKS. Ihu hl.uiilhnuiid
nnd English mastiff, mnRUlllii'iit fel
low'i, Were ln a class nlone. Dr. l'liz-
we Khali do nil we enn tu net a. sum-1 Rerald's "Alike Poley." n perfeit Irish
pleni fiiiiiiniirlnilnn frniii the nel I jut. I setter, ought to take n prize. The
The ISLAND MEAT CO.
I In a splsndld position to Mour for Its patrons thi vtry best Mattel maat,
carsfully handlsd. Alio Island Poultry of every dtMriatit. ,
Jas. E... Westbrook
rislattiro o finish nml completely fin
nlsi such pin Ik of the hulldltiR ns (.till
not be finished with ho money, nt
"Most icspcftfully yours,
OKI), i:. 8A1ILIN,
CIIAS. W, WIOATIir.IlWAX,
I). W. CASSALL.
P. M. SNODflHASS.
S' SOCIAL NOTES j
;CX K W K V XX W X V . i( K 3C K X
Additional Social 'New.-, on Page 6.
The mnrrlnpc of Miss Mary Slilp
maii.ihiughler of W. II. tthlpmnn, Vm
to Mr. O. II. nngllsh, wns ipiltu mi Im-
portnnt social event In llllo society
last Thuisihiy, August Siltli. The Hcv.
W. Hill peiformed tho Intcrcsllug
ceiemouy nml thn bride w:ih given Into
the keeping of tho gioom by her fath
er. Miss Chun Shlpmnn was brides
maid nml Mr. Oliver Shlpmnn noted
ns best mini. Tho sort leu look plain
nt the shlpman rchldcmo. lu llllo nnd
there went many relative nml Inti
mate fi lends pieseuL Thn Hhlpmnu
Yolrnmi IUa. not fur from tho Vol
cano House, Is whetu the honeymoon
Is being spent.
Mrs. James Cnslln nml Mrs, Mary
Tenney me spending n fow weeks nt
Lieu, thn, new rnmp of thn Jniucs
v MrflAulf, of'Pulnnm gave n hrge
nnd delightful lunii lait wii'k in honor
of Her Majesty, thn Queen. Among
those present wcrn I'llncess Kulunl
unaiiln, Mrs. Wind', the MIskch Wurd.
gnat danes wire much looked t ami
w:ero the gcnllcsl dogs hi the show.
Mrs. ilannebcrg's little sk-lcrrler
made friends with eer)bod. Alto
gether It a very Interesting show
and murli.ple.'iKuie can ho gut n out
of It by Ihe real dog !oer. lletwcen
live nnd six cnu bo ccen main of the
owners of the dogglea taking them out
for an idling 'loulitlit Is tb List view
nml nil dusdnm will Ik taken Ilium
jptiniiplly at JU Cnl Kiucr anil m:i'
others hero worked h.mi and deserve
the Niiccesi which lias greeted the 11 Ml
ilog show of Hnwull.
most Important will bo tho piesldenl's
pilze for tho best dog In the show.
Tln following dog scent to have the
(list rhance for this nwnrd nt tho
hands of Judge Uindslmw. who has
given nothing but tiallifucllnn by his
decisions: Dr. K. (). Wall's Kngllth
setter Darker. Dr. Pllzgerald's Irish
toiler Mlko Polcy, John M. Kellj's
Kugllnh bulldog Lord Nestor, Wil
liam Chung Iloon Jr.'a pointer Sport,
nnd J. V. l'lcmlug's Tcsb of the ramo
brveil, nml I!leionmu'i, Julius llay
er's declishiind. All nre good nnd It
i up to Mr. I)rnd8haw tn decide which
Is the finest dog lu the Hawaiian Isl
The dogs themsglves evidently np
predate the show, ns wnn shown last
night when Kltk Potter took his prize
winning Lngllsh Refer Pop home for
Ihe night niter 10 o'clock. He missed
he dog nbuut midnight and was Riir
Vilo,l nnd more than worried. The
.luhunl did not show up ngaln nnd
whin Mr. Porter arrived nt the show
thin morning he wns told by nn nt
tendnnt that Pop had howled nt thn
door tilt admitted nml, ns roon ns he
l-o In. had iiished Io his iitnll nnJ'
gone Io sleep.
L. O. Ablos has been gelling nil
sorls of congratulations on the win
ning of everything lu sight by his col
Ho Jack. It Is a dog of uniisunlly high
class. Though Clarence Crabbo's
bloodhound Dtck received no pi Ire in
Ihe awards ho Is ntlrnellng ns much
nttcutlou ns nny dog In the show, ns.
to those unfamiliar Willi the polniH
needed for bench dogn, ho la certain
ly n beamy.
In the lloston terrier class thero
vns shown nu Iguoinncn of tho rules
which govern bench show when it let-
tier wns shown with n clipped Intl.
This would disqualify him 111 any
show, according to all rulea even If
ho was perfectly built otherwise.
Where Ihe word withheld Is men
tioned In the summary of tho nvv arils
It denotes that there was no dog en
lercd tha, was worthy of bcli't; award
ed n prize In that class. Tl.l Is done
la,order that dogs which have not
class he recognized ns stub nml,mny
nut litVJited, on the strength of hav
ing been uwnrdeil prizes In tho show.
According to Judge llrndshnw tho
scttcm, pointers nnd English bull
dogs nre -he bct-t classes ln the show.
He says that thT show Is much better
thnn ho expected to tlnd In n plnco so
far fiom thu mainland mid that he
hopes to ho able Io come down ngaln
nuxi yenr Ho will leave for the
Const on the Alameda, an ho hns to
huny bark to net as Judge In u show
to be held nt Venice, n short distance
tiom Los Augclcs. .
The following pilzes liavu been nn
Class !. Kirk II. Porter's Pop. llrst.
Class IU. Dr. O. K. Wall's Parker.
first. Winners, Darker, llrst; Prince,
Class 11. -Dr. I. C. rilrKi'inlil's Mike
Class 12. P. I.tshman's Ilex, third.
Class 13. Mike Poley. first; J. W.
Harvey's Tim. fccoihI; Hex. thlnl
Wlnnern. Mlko Poley, llrst; Tim, n
tcrved. (10UD0X. SLTTIIUS.
CIas II. I Abiam's Ijuly. first.
Clas I.'. W. N. P.ittru's llags. llrst.
Winner, llags. ntst.
Class 10 U. P. Lemon's ltrovvnlc.
first; V. V. Iz-mon's Uurciilc, tecoml;
J. I). McJncrny's ltoal. thlid,
Class 17. Withheld.
Class is. Withheld.
Class P.I. L C. Abel's Jack. llrst;
Mrs. W. It. llilnckerholfs I'laili, sec
nml; Mrs. M. .1. Scanlon'g Don. third.
Class I'll. Jack, first; (!. C. on
llanim's Dobs, seiouil: Mis. W. Mae
fai lane's Hob, third. Winners, Jack,
lirt-t. Holm. icJervcil.
Class 21. Mis. K. V. Hartmanti's
Collie O.. third.
Class 22 Mabel A. Phillip's 11c
Class S3. Wltlihrlil.
Clast 21. Withheld.
Class 2.". W. Henry's Wandce Jes
ter, flrxt; W. Henry's Dusky Crack,
U'cond; Job. Hntcheloi'H Warburlou
lilanco. Ihlnl. Winners, (dogs) Wan
ileii JcMrr; Dusky Crnck, rererved.
Class 2C W. Henry's Attress, llrst.
L'lnr 27. Withheld.
Class SS.W. Henry's Peggy, llrsli
A. M. Ilrovvu's Mum, second.
Class 2H. lob llalrhelor's Maggie,
first. Winners, (bitches), Attress,
first, Peggy, re'erved.
Class ".0. Miss Juaulta Cunha's Hat
111) tho Heefer, first.
Class 31 -Itatlln tho Kccfer, first.
Clans .12. Kalllil Kennels' Lord Nes
tor, llrst; Knllhl Kennels. Tnmmnio
IV.. Hetond; I:. W. .Campbell's Uvnn,
third. Wlnucis, (dogs), lird Nestor,
llrst; Tammany IV, reserved.
Class 33. Knllhl Kennels' 1-ndy
Wallace, llrst. Winners (bltcbes)r
Lady Wallace, (list.
in i.i, Ti:uitii:u.s.
Class 31. Withheld.
Cl'iss 3.'.. Withheld.
Class 3S W. II. Cornvvcll's (lelsha
(111 I. thlnl.
Clasi 3'J. Wllhheld.
Class 10 W. H. Cornwell's Trilby,
llrst: (lelsha (llrl, second; !:. W.
Campbell's Meg Mcrrlllcs. third.
Class 41. Knllhl Kennels' Othello,
Class 12. Dr. C. 11. Cooper's Don,
Class 1.1. Othello, first; Knllhl Ken
nets' llllo Mozzo, second. Winner
(dogs), Don, first; Othello, reserved.
Class 41. Knllhl Kennels' Todsle,
first Winners (bitches). 'IcxIbI fust.
COCKIlftS (Other than Black).
Class 15 Withheld.
Clisi 10J. D. .McVeigh's Schley,
Class 17. Withheld.
Class IS. Withheld.
Class ID. J. !:. Westbrooko's Spring,
Class r,0 W. Chung lloon, Jr.'s.
Sport, first; J. M. Dowrett's Ply, sec
uiul; J. i: Stewart's Tim, thltd; II. K
.'ones' Prince reserved.
Class r,l P. H. Damon's Pete, first;
I" II Damon's Max, second; O. Schu
mann Major, third.
Class 52. Max. first. Winners
tdogsl. Short, first; Pete, reserved.
Class C3. Joe Tnva's Queen, first.
Class 51 J. L Plemlng's Tew, first.
Class 5.1. Tess, first. Winners)
Ibltchos), Tess, first: Qui en, leservtJ.
MISCi:i.LNi:OPH (Over 23 Pounds).
Class 50 A O. Deerlng'a Zele (Dal
matian) first: I'llncess Kawannnakoa's
Jack (Dalmatian), second: D. J.
Honnney'sdyp (Dalmatian) third.
Since the steamer Sonoma Is re
ported to he latu In arriving hero
from the Colonies, the departure of
the Callfornlan editors will lie nomo
days tatter thnn wns nntlcipatcd. (leu
ernl Pnssengor mid Ticket Agent P. C.
Smith of the (J. It. & L. Co. hai decid
ed to mnke nn all-day trip to Ualelwa
on Monday, cutting out the .Wuhlawa
trip Io n later date. Tho trip to Uale
lwa will be by special train.
Miss A. (lertz. of this city, riturne.l
from n trip to Hawaii on the Klusii
Superintendent Hollow-ay of the De
partment of Public Works has com
pleted plans for Ihe construction of a
sewer system lending from the Ka
mi hmnch.i Schools to tho Kalllil bay.
The lllshop Lstale will pay for the
laying of tho system on the school
gtoiiuds, nnd will pay J 10.000 towards
the la) lug of Ihe sewer Io the sea.
which latter construction will cot
about S25.niHl. A rail for tenders lor
tills will lie Issued shortly.
Ijind Commissioner Pratt today
sold at iiui'tlou lu front of thn Judi
ciary building n Irve yenrs' lease, be
ginning Oct. 1, 1'jOC, of 131.25 acres
iigtlcultiirnl and 7.45 acres pasture
land at Pllma, Knit. The lipid price
was $100 n year. Tfiu lenso was se
cured by the Hawaiian Agricultural
Co, the only bidder, for )4US a )oar.
A large ami brilliant star, plainly
'Visible high In the Southern heavens,
nttraccd crowds on the stieet corners
early thli afternoon. Much wonder
wns manifest, tor it Is unusual to ho
nble to see n Ptar ns early In the day
ns 1 o'clock.
Mrs. James Wilder nml children
have been upending n week Willi Mrs.
Charles Cooper on Tuutiilus.
TELEPHONE MAIN 7
FORT ST. OPP. LOVC BLRA-
PACIFIC TRANSFER CO.
WILL CALL FOR YOUR BAGGAGE
We pack, haul and ship youi
goods and lave you money.
Dealers in STOVE WOOD, COAL and KINDLINGS.
Storage In Brick Warehouse, J26" Kine St. Phone Main U
XT. S. Weather Bureau,
remperatures r, n. m 7C; R n. in.,'
sj, 10 n. m., 3; noon, 83; morning
Barometer, S n. m 20.01; nusomtu
humidity, S a, m., 7,107 grains per
nlile font; relative humidity, S a. lit.,
ii. per rent; dew point, S n. m.. C7.
Wind n. iu velocity 7, direction
N K.; X a, in., velocity 4, direction
N. K.; 10 n. in., velocity S, direct inn
K.t noon, velocity n, direction N. K. !
Rainfall during 24 hnum ended X m
in., ,ii.i nun.
Total wind movement durliiR 21
hours ended nt noon, 180 inllos.
WM. II. BTOCKMAN,
Section Director, Unlttd Stated
3Bjr"For Rent" cards on, sale at
the Bulletin office,
P" Fine Job Printing at the Bui
letln office. v , .
P. E, R. Strauch
1-2 OF $7000 OR $3500 Modern llr.
Hesldonce, 4 yrs. old, servant house,
wash house, stables, lot 170x210,
oniumcntal anil fruit trees, henlthy
locality nr. car. This Is an excep
tional opportunity to buy an ele
gant h,ome a halt cost. Land $3000,
$lf00. Hcst known Hoarding & Iloom
lug House In City, Over 40 rooms,
AlwnyH full, (lotd mint. Owner
wants to retire.
2 houses with largo Io'b, Knpalnnm,
nr. St. Elizabeth Homo, also Z tin'
Improved, lots K0xl30, cheap., etc.,
ctn., etc. i
2 lota, GOxSliO ca., with 2 licclr. cot
tages, King St. nr. Kalnkntia Ave.
Cr. cottage, largo stables, 7SxlG0,
$1300. 1-3 rnsh, very chonn.
Largo house nnd lot, Inunuo Asylum
2 hedr. cnttngo, Kapalama nr. St,
2 hedr. cottage, itunch ltd., $10 p. m.,
etc., etc, .
WAITY BLPf ., 74 9. KIN3 8TRKI7
JUST RECEIVED A NEW LINE OF
Fifty-four crates of carriages came in the
Re P. Rithet for us, Amon them are
Buggies. Phaetons, Road-Wagons. 8ur
ries, etc, There are low priced carri
ages of Handsome appearance that will
give excellent wear, medium-priced rl&s
for those who are are a little more parti3
cular and finely finished high-priced
vehicles for the well-to-do. Any kind of
carriage for any purpose. Special value
in every one. We will be pleased to
show them at our salesroom In the
Alexander Young Building.
SCHUMAN CARRIAGE CO