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RVr.NINO nXIM.UTIN, HONOLULU. T It MONDAY, MAHCII 2R. 150T
ELABORATE SPRING SHOWING
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Here arc very attractive Crcitlons at low prices:
. SWELL EASTER HATS
Every one a stilish an'l becoming Model; NO TWO
ALIKE, and all handsomely trimmed in the New
Styles, and MODERATELY PRICED.
NEW STREET HATS
Our Sample Line of Untrlnuncd Hats arc here;
hundreds of them, and no two alike; all samples;
thev just arrived from the Fashion Center, Hew York.
They embrace nil the new Shapes, for Spiing and
Hilnn3, Leghorns, Tuscans, Chip and Hair Braids,
in natural Straw, White and Black.
3V WE WOULD ADVISE PLACING YOUR OR
THE MOST STYLISH TAILOR MADE, AND BEST
Styles for J907 Now Here
AT 1.25 Made of White Lawn, plaited and
hemstitched front, long and short
AT $1.50 Made of fine Lawn, plaited fronts,
with embroidery strips of Inser
tion, short sleeves.
AT $1.75 Made of Fancy Madras, plaited front,
and hem-stitched, tailored effect.
AT $2.75 Made of fine Fancy Madras, plaited
front, hem stitched, tailor made.
AT $2.75 Jinde nt Fine Linen, plaited front,
hem-stitched, negligee collar, tai
N.S. Sacks Bi) Goods 6o.,W.
Boys' Industrial School Finds
Favor With Visiting Legislators
Ctinlimnn Ijiiiir anil member of tlm tie The Hull, which wn gljiumii school baiioHim mul complimented hoj
erved on tllC laulc, was neueu oui oi i nun cr lor nicir rutins in uiihkiuhj
the I'oml anil wus csjicital' good cat- iluin tu n high simulate) iinil linn-lni'
mi nm inn it ucieuiurs oi i oiuiai
mul Stripes Ui preventative Uuig or.
the IMtn.it Ion cotninlttco untile n brln
Home IMtirnlton Committee rtintliict-
n.l ...i Uiiti.l.,. n lt., lioottii,, it flin
vi m on,,,,,,, wih '" ' -" .,.,,
members of the I louse to the Walnleo At )2 oviurk Superltite .ilent (llbsun
llo.Mt Industrial Hcliool Hiipcrlntcuil-, Invited hlfl legislative gnosis tn th'
tut of Public Instruction Halibut was "Inlns fo". which .' bemitlfujb
guide un.1 counsellor. The p.,U5 left rVVZ
the ilejiot at. 8:22 ami arrived nt th'j lBnJ , linl n,cy ,.ro lomrortiilily
icIkkiI gate nt 10. SO, where Supcrln- provided fot. The limn consisted of
tendent (lllium nf the llo)s' Siluxil te- die lliiunlimi egg-potatoc , jkiI, roast
ccUed his legislative kuokIb. Upon nr- pigs, llsh, raw Lull, mid all llnwullnn
riving lit the. school premises the necessaries, which constitute u ltiuu,
school biiltulloii. I0S HtmiiK. ill Itkil nil of whleh were proem rd light on
Into two companies mul In tliclr dress the bchtml tiicml'cs.
uniforms with white hats, stood ut at- After all lunl been ncatcl. at the in
tention mid saluted their guests. I lend- Fiance of Speaker llolstcln. who pre
ed by Superintendent!) llnbhllt mul tided, Uepieccntutlvc Uioull offered
tllliMin, the ineuibcrB marched through blessing All the member, its mhiii as
the linen while the school baud, con- the blessing hud been Mild, put aside
Blstlng of three mile pliicrn and two; their dlgnlt) mul surrendered
ilruiiinit'is, plaed the "Slar HpntiglcitHclvcs to the Jo) of the lii.m.
llmincr" Old (lion waxed from lh
Ilagstiift The members were Immedi
ately Invited k Inspect the dormitor
ies. I.hu larger boH domicile them
selves In the Dormitory A, while, the
smaller ouch aio ipiurtcicd In Durnil
tor 11. The school reserves one room
for hospital purposes, while the test U
ued for school-room work.
The Ihjji) make their own mattresses
wlili h are altns kept clean and snnl
tan The oiilbt'ilhlliiRB, which Include
enrrltiRO house, stable, thicken coop,
pig l'ii and till other email houses.
were nit built by the Ixds. They me
lnlwu)s kept clean and Superintendent
(llbson w-us the icclplctil of many eon
gintulutlous. The lunchlno shop,
which was also built by the Ikivh, mi'
tier the supei vision of 0, W Cross, I:
iiirr.iiiRed tomfuitnhl) oil the lower por-
I tlou of the gtnuiid and Is run by witter
I .llm Kmihn, who Is In charRo of the
field work, gives the bo)s alternately
military Instruction, and tho egetublo
gardens, which provide for the Bchool,
lire alwajn kept in Rood condition.
Albert Kane Ih the iuubIc tcnclier
mul a sample of IiIh work received the
praise of nil tho members. At night
time the hovo -ire placed In rlinrRO oi
W. f lllxhy. who spoke very highly
of the hoyB' helmvlor.
AHflstant Superintendent 0. T. Hoard
mini, In his genial and pleasant muu
ner, Is well spoken of by the bon.
Superlutetuleut Ulbson said that Cap
tain Kekela of tho school battalion Is
tiieclinnlcall) Milutthlo and useful, In
Ihut he does all repairing of plumb
ing, iiirpentry mul electrlcul work. Af
ter the ;ineinbcr visited all tho shopa
the) a'tsembleit nliout tho itnii, which
wits lit UiiKly Htntloued near tlio llili
.loud, and saw the cooking of pigs, Mali,
potatoes and other Hawaiian dvllcu-
llic limn was quite coinplrted. Speaker j
Ilolstelii exteiultd tompllnientarj ie
lunrks lo Superlntetuleui and Mis. (Hil
ton, who had itrroiiRfd for kuiii n
sileiulld mul luxurious table In tins
Inn, he thnuketl supcnnieiitieni nan
bltt of Public Instruction Tor the prep
aration made for the tneiiibcnt.
Speaker Holslcln caljed on Itepre-
ndilios to I he 'hv mill atlvled i.i'in1
fit (iiiikti tlitni4flt i h Mirlh nt Hip nil) '
blderatlou of the touimmiltt uder the)
lemu the srhool Hepresentnllvi ain"-
iliiu spoke on the subject of oliodlenitf
.mil above all things udvlsed his vouim
heareis tu revere their Muker mid tlielr
(Hid The school, under th; lciu!crkUli!
of A Kane, sang "Hawaii I'niiol mul
"Amei li" 111 closing, after wldeh tlui
members were eurorteil to the main
gate, where the vvvio once nioiu hon
ored with the military salute.
111 re-poiide to uucsllon propouuiUd
them-h come ot the meinbeis, Superlmeu-
llefoicloeiit llluMjh Bald that there hit
about XI kule.inas In the Immediate w
rlult) or the stliool tontnlhlliR about i
J70 nercs In nil. Sonic of tin Kult.iuasl
wcte given lo tne land ollliv In 1'JUol
'and In 1901 the nhoul was bulli I lie
titles ot those kule.iu.is are so com
plicated that proper development tan
lot go forward Superintendent of
i'iiIiIIc lustructloii llabhltt hud in-ii
a pretty face, n tjomt Ilptire, but
sooner or Inter learn tbnt tho
healthy linpoy contented woman
I inot of nil to be ndiuirrd
Women troubled with falntinir
spell, Irrcirnlarlttra tierrou irritn
billty, baekaehe, tho '-blues anil
tboodrenilful drapslnp; seiicatlon.
cannot Impo to lie. happy or popular,
ami advancement In cither linme,
biiilnc or social life 1 lmpnvdble
Tho eauvi of tlico trouble, lmvv
evcr, yield qulcltly toLydlnll l'lnk
ham's VcKetablo Compound made
from native root nnd herb It oct
ntonco upon tho organ nllhctcd mid
tin, nerve, centers, illknellini; effee-
tually oil those distressing symp-
tomsf No other mcillclno In the country has rieelril ueh unqualinetl
Indorsement or lias such a record of cure of female UK n ho
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound
Miss Ilmiun Ituntiler, of CM State St . Schencctndv. N. Y . vvrHov-"t'ni-
n. Iniiir t'.mo I wai troubled with a wenkiie- nliii-lt siem.it to
dmln nil nip strenctli ituav. I had dull headaeb wo-. i ivous. I
Irrllnt.lK.mi'it nil worn out. Chanclniftoreniloneof mnr advert isi-iiienti
f ,, m.n l,,,llir In mine cured bv I.vdla V.. I'liikliam -i. tools
Comiiound, I decided to try It nnd I cannot expres mv (frntltud
i....iit n,nnv,1 I urn nitlrelv well nnd fi el like anew p' rso
Lydla II. PInkliam' vegctanic compouna ! me im
ncily fornll form of Teinalc Complaints, Weak Hack lolm
iniliimnisiiHm nnn uitoiihiuu, uuu ,...
MISS EMMA RUUT2LER
parlHK for childbirth ondthcChaiiguof Mfe
Mrs. Pinkham's Standing Invitation to Women
Women Buffering from nny form of female, wealtne nro Invited to
promptly communicate with Mrs. l'lnkham, at Lynn, Moss. Ilcr uclvlcc
is I no aim always iieipini.
it, n irnnl..,. r'ui., Un,ifi,ilii i xrltiinirn l.'illils ,it iik In Mtimiti,
ririiitiiii va imviwiiui v., to,.,', .j,,,.., - -..-......0- .. .. . ..,.,-...-
Iine, ItawlliiH and Superlntemlciits I tho"e Kulinius. lint has been unsui-l
ll.ibbitt mid Gibson for speeches, which ccsbiiii. ine scnooi pioperty is liiseci'
Gives you a chanco to make our Easter purchasca cheap.
This week there will be a big slaughter In prices of
White Dress Goods and Ginghams
NEW PAT. A. F. C. GINGHAM 9c yd.
ALL OTHER GINGHAM 7 1-2c yd.
1005-1000-A013 NUUANU STREET, NEAR KINO STREET.
were iulcl;l responded lo by the
members. Whllo tho speei lies were tit
the same tenor the) were ver) Instruc
tive. Before leaving the dining mom
Speaker lloletclu ugaln thanked Su
perintendent mid .Mrs. (lihtoti as well
a Superintendent llahbht for the dln-
nei and rnurtesy shown the members.
ON Till: CAMIH'S
Superintendent nilisnn who had
tin own his houte open to the legisla
tive members, gave a lire drill exhi
bition, which wus signaled by the bu
gle calls. The boyB vvcie very nulck
and efficient In their drill nnd showed
no sign of hesitancy In climbing up the
main two-stor) dormitories by mean
of lailderH and other flic appliances In
a minute mid a hnlf'B time tho hose
vv.ts up and water pln)ed over the hot
test spot of tho supposed fire. Kvei)
movo vvns signaled by lluglcr Santi
ago. Superintendent Ulbrou turned In
Ihe fire alarm from the llngstnlf, whern
the Instrument was attached, mul In a
verv few moments the bo)s were nm
on the (timpus reudy n extliigulsli ail)
Suiierlutcudent (llbson was hlghlj
ompllmentcd b) the membera for tho
lplc'iidld discipline mid elllilcno ot
the hots, Clialrman Pall of tho Mlli
laiv 1'oinmlttee, who evidently knows
something nliout military tactics, made
ci I b) the liovtrmiic'iit mad, a laigi
iHirtlon of vhlcli can not bu utilized.
Water light todit) are Just as tpies
tlouable us the) wcie In the past and
the on l iiuuiis of nciiulrtug those
kulenuns Is h) loudcmtiitioii jiincced-
ings In Wtiisuerluu Senator Union
question. Superintendent (llbson bind
thai the kinds arc valued at about,
muu While the Institution Is now
supported b) ilic Terrllor), Olbiou
hopen tlint torn" cltt) tuc inttlluttou
could bu mado 3lf-supportltiK. The
tcliool on last )tur supplied tho (ilrln
School with stock, vegetables mid llsn
en holld.DB The lusaiio Asylum, (ilb
sou said, could also bo supplied li the
school, If the ktilemuis could bu ut
Tluwe who went down )csterday
weiii Speaker llolstcln. Clerks Wlso
and Nnlpo. Hcprcseut.itlve.4 Sheldon,
I'nll mul wile. Keaotili, Hughes, Kn
lelopu, Castro, Joseph, Itnwllns, I'aoo,
Long. Wnltvnlole, Knluiui, Akau,
Cone) Nakiili'1,,1 and wife, Kabau.i
and wife, N.illlniu, Sllva, Mahoe and
wife, Dejmt) Sheriff Jarrctl, Superln
teudeut of I'uhlle lustriictlou Il.ihbltt.
Semitor Utue, II. Woodward, Messen
ger Sheldon, Seigtniit-ut-Alliis Kuuc.
uehl mul Wm Kamakiiwlwoolc
The mtuibtrs left tho tcliool nt 2-rt'l
p. m for Wulnttia, where they will led
a very searching Inspection of the uwiiy the lest of the afternoon
It would teem that Hawaii has mi
ni Iur source rum wnlch to dinw it de
niable labor data If the opportunity
presents Itself. Tho following letter I
on the ull-luipiirtnnl cptestltm has been
Intel) lecclved b the (lovcrnor
American Consular Sen he ,
Vladivostok. Keb 2S. 11)07 I
To Ills Hxccllene) the Governor, Ter-
rltor) ot Hawaii
Sir: I have iceclved mi Imiulo us
to the coudltlous under whleh Russian
Immigration could be ndmltted to the
Hawaiian Islands. It appears that In
the spring representatives of vllmgcM
in Itusslo me coming to seek locatloin.
for the whole or large parts of their
communities. It wus suggested tha' II
i vo or mice sucii rcprcseiiuiuvca
could be given a free passage to Ha
waii lo Investigate tho conditions
facie a considerable number of litis
Han laborer! and their families might
be attracted to the Islands us n result
ot iheli icports
Will iti kindly Inform me whdhei
there Is mi) room for such Immigra
tion Into the Terrlloi) mul also whe
ther. In the into of nhlo bodied men
mul women, the limiilgintloii authori
ties would insist on each one having
with him fifty dollars
I have the honor to be, sir, our oho
noonii s. (iih:i:ni:
JUSTICE ilS DUN
PACIFIC TRANSFER CO,
WILL CALL FOR YOUR BAGGAGE
V7e pick, haul and ship yout
goods and tav: you money,
DmIch it STOVE OOD, COAL and KINDLINGS.
Storage In Brick Warehouse, J26 Kinz St. Phone Main 58
Kitu, Hawaii, .March 22 -Tho Jus
Ike wheel gtlnils cver)wherc at tlniea
Ihe piodurt of tho grinding Is not tem
pered Justice, but a slmipcued weapon
Tliu eruption ot it Portuguese family,
whoso action got us fur as first heal
ing In the courts hero Monday, Is mi
example of this jiref.it e.
I lie judge hud driven eight inllea.
Ho miiiouueitd.'' "Court Is In session.
Tho jirosoc.u(ors tuinl tha defendant
looked seNlnus, the onlooker!) Inter
ested Tho Sheriff read tho warrant.
Defendant was charged with luiteiiy
in the second degree. Uninformed
ones wondcied what It was lie hud
t-tolcn-a horse, saddle or vvtiat-liot.
The defendant wus tailed. Was ho
u ilesperiitc-looxing character f Jiuige.
He might have been nineteen; wua
much abashed In tho Court's piescncc,
mul his o)cb looked lestlehsl) uniuiid
tho court loom, seeking solace mini
his evident shame at having to faeo
such a charge.
I)cpcmdo, waBii't ho? Why, ho had
stolen it dog-collar, so it developed In
u few moments. That Is, It was claim
ed ho hud, It remains to ho Been, as
tho iihbciice of mi attoruc) postponed
tliu minding of tho Justlcu wheel tor
For Post Cards
Without arrangement and dis
play, picture! are valueless. ThU
Is why you hang framed pictures
on the wall, and why you should
place postal cards In an album.
If you secure one of our beaut.-
fut aluume, you will get a lot f
D.rasure and instruction trout
IS SMMT BELOW
(Special lo The Ilullctlli)
W.ilohluu. Hawaii, .March 2.' Hot
lies m.irjt the trull of tho sightseer,
who a few weeks ago traveled out of
here lo lcHV tho lava (low from .Muu
Thu flow today Is pot cool. Hiding
onto the How mid lo the leowiud out
of . stiff, cool brcoii', Ilic nlr lie
com 'S warm. Onu foot beneath tliu
hi r faeo of tliu recent How, onu can
find clinkers that am still hot.
A horso trail has been worn across
tho How to Koiiii that Is Just passnliln,
hut It Is a mi'iiiico to a horse's limbs.
Tho lava has not )(t i.ctllcd. When
walking over It, excepting on (ho horse
path, and when erosklng'tlui covered
blow holes, tho lava loosened will sink
tow aid thu bottom, clinking llko bhsil;
A btiong rumor touting from ver)
eood authority Is going tho rounds to
tho cllect that Sherllf lauke.i Is prepar
ing tc bring Bullous charges against
thu !'a police for allowing direct vio
lations of the laws tit regard to liquor
mid gambling without Interference.
Thu facts as given aro that for tho
past two months u special otllccr nam
d Duncan has been working up evi
dence mul that thu matter htiH about
com' to a head
Sheriff Iiiuke t slates Hint hu has hud
no otto In Hwn watching Iho police hut
that ho Intends to Investigate a charge
of drunkenness which hag been made
ngal'ist ono of tho Ha ollleers. Ho
also taya that Duncan Is not working
for tho pollen department and has not
been for thu pist two monlliH. llu JIw ,.ulnger deilrts to thank her
lays that hu Is not satisfied with tho mmi) 'rlmil. fspeiiull) those of Ta
wny In which Hie country pollco me lulu vullcv. for their man) kludutstex
doing tholr work and that ho means to during her reient bereavement
hitvo Bpeclul olllccrh from this
I HONOLULU PHOTO
CARD OF THANKS.
As n let-ul t of the report that the
Walalua polite went on a Ashing ex
cursion Sheriff laukea went down to
Wnl.tlu.i H'Storda) morning to Hud nut
fur himself what had actually taken
place' The ulllcer rcferteil to Is Kluli
and otdllmer mul a very clllclcut man
When Sheriff Inukci was nppnmchi d
on the subject ho said that a ri'imrt
had bleu iiiadu lo Klnl to the cITecl
that a number of Hawaiian fishermen
worn pieparlug to go out llshlug mid
would use explosives. Ho went down
to tho beach and watched tho doings
uf tho fishermen. The) did not uso
powder at nil; but curried Japanese
Klnl sat there for some time till lift
was Hied of walling for tho rtHirttd
.xploslou Thinking that Heput) Shei-
iff (ox had tome uji town, he Joined In
mul i aught mine llsh. When lie. i-
lilllieil he found that. Deput) Sheiilf
t'ox hud been looking for him. Olllrer
Klnl was tailed before SlielllT luukea
lieputv Sheriff Cox, Supervisor t'ox and
Judge .Mnlimilu jeslerduy for Investi
gation After the Sheriff had been
.-onvlnied of Ihe Intention of tho iiffl
ter, tho later was fined one day's uv
mul given a Mill' lecture by tho Sheriff.
Hu will not Id suspended from the
MODERN HIGH CLASS DENTISTRY.
Office hours Week days, till 6 p.m.)
Sundays by appointment.
F. L. FERQUSON, D. D. 3., Manager.
HOTEL ST. opp. Union, Arlington blk.
MECHANICAL SHOE SHOP.
Shoes Made to Fit Any Deformity.
18 HOTEL, lictw. NUUANU and
TOR BEAUTIFUL EASTER
BOSTON BLCG., FORT 8TREET.
the Bulletin office.
cards on sale at
At All Watchdealera.
Agent for Hawaiian Island,
Cot. FORT and KINQ Sti., Honolulu.
Tho facts of tho ease? Wh) he pie-'look after such i.imh as inn leporled
Hl.iuk books of nil sorts, ledgers,
t lo manufactured by llm Ilullctln Pub
furred remaining with Ids rather when
llm family division inclined, mul now
bo Is to hu branded a criminal. That's
what some pcoplo think tlc law la tor.
directly hero and piosccutu thu cases
thioiigh tho local courts,
Madild, Spain, Mutch 8. In tho
Hulling today of tliu steamer lluliopo-
Us, fiom Malaga, with 2.000 Aii.lalu- KjiVK)tl R K if R W M X X KXK,
)( R R K It K K R 5C Jl K 3C K R R R R
H BAND CONCERT K
The Shirt That
Always Pleases You
A Choice Roast
Pleiucs every one. We can "lease you by furnisliint; you
that Kind lit luo per lb.
Beretania, Alakea nnd Union.
bound for Hawaii, Is
icvealcd, iiccorilliig to a general be
lief Itorc, a plan of tha United Stntns
authorities to checkmate Japan In
her appiticnt scheme of colonlrlng
tho Hawaiian Islands with Jupunebo.
Tho Audaliislans ate only the ad
Mince guard of einlBi'aiila who will hu
cent to tho Inlands. Other shippings
have iilieady been at ranged. Tho
Washington al'thorltloa nro encour-
nglng this emigration with thu licipo Selection
jF flllltirr lii lulfi itilij liilllt wlilln ual '
l lltllllfl tliu iniuiiim tiit it iiiiu cciv
A publle torn fit by the Hiivviillan
hand will he given nt Humm tfipiuro ut
7:30 this evening, when thu following
progrum will bo phi)cd:
UVCIlllie C-.tlll m niiKoim . . . .
Mmcli. "Appiissloiiatii" Htui illicit;
"Hondo Lontulno' (llliet
iScleetlon: "nriimil" uriil
IVoo-il- IJuw.illati Songs ur b) llergcr
P E. R. Strauch
Furnished Sr. cottage, Manoi Valley,
Ideal Summer Home. Large Pool
for swimming. Mountain air. Sta
ble. Near car line. $15.00 per m,
Rose of Klilras '
rinalo- Thife now niitrclicg,
(a) "Theodore Ilooacvelt '
' , ... uiideicoi 1
(ID "Thu Spetlalb' 1'hlllliw
(c) "Tiliiinidml" Iubh
"The fitui-Siiaiigled llaituei
CRAP-PLAYER GETS 30 DAYS
Illll MrSliano fouiul out ihut tho
stead) Job of a gambler Is hardl) t
paying wie In Honolulu this mornliu
POn SALE I VV licit HU wus liningm in-iinu .nun,"
ru" ,, ,' , , . . Whllne). lie was not at all bashfu
7-room house near Kalulan 8ehoo.l,,ll.Jllp , jH,lK1 lh,u lu, maill. ,llf
Newly papered and painted. Tol- ,11liS ljy d10C)1iib naiis mid Hut l
let and bath. Insurance $800. Very Haa gulnj ot tho char o for which h
cheap; $1,300. Easy payment. fwns being tiled. Jiidlo Whittle) ic-
WAITY BLDG. 74 8. KING 8T. vnoiulcil with a 30-d.i seuleilM.
h :m i im m m
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We have Just received a large supply of these dressy shirt.
The very latest iprlng styles arc represented in the beautiful
assortment of patterns dcts, checks, and stripes.
Skillful, artistic designing, and fine materials give the "Man
hattan" a superior placn among shirts. And their value Is fur
ther enhanced by their excluslveneis.
ONLY A FEW OF EACH PATTERN IN STOCK.
M. Mclnerny, Ltd.
HABERDASHLR AND CLOTHIER
I TORT AND MERCHANT GT8.
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