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EVENING nULLCTIN, HONOLULU, T. II., FRIDAY, APJUL 10, I DOS.
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We have just opened the swcllcst and most beau
tiful line of
WE HAVE EVER SHOWN. TaI"
Elegant Princess Models
Madc.of soft mulls nnd fine organdic3 trimmed
with double-thread vnlcnciennes lncc, or fine embroid
ery. Some hand-embroidcrcd ; the most stylish gowns
of the season.
THE BEST VALUES IN TOWN.
Long Silk Gloves
in White, Black, and colors, double tips, extra heavy
Bilk $1.75 A PAIR
Glace Kid Gloves
elbow length, every glove guaranteed, in Black, White,
Brown, and Tans $3.50 A PAIR
Suede Kid Gloves
in Black and White, elbow length; a guaranteed glove,
at $2.50 A PAIR
Ready to Wear Veils
AT PRICES THAT WILL INTEREST YOU.
CHIFFON VEILING, hemstitched border, in Light
Eluc, Pink, Navy, Brown, and Grey. . .35 A YD.
Chiffon Auto "Veils
3 ynrds long, Light Blue, Pink, Brown, Navy, and
Grey, nt $1.50 EACH
N. S. Sachs Dry Goods Co., Ltd.,
THE STORE WITH THE MONEY-BACK POLICY.
The Gas Light
The Eleotrio Light
These arc the steps in the development of the lamp,
nnd a marvelous growth it is. Aro you using the latest
and best light, ELECTRICITY? If not, consult without
Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.,
KING ST. NEAR ALAKEA.
P. 0. BOX 144.
Shipping & Commission Merchant
Diamond Crystal Cooking and
Blackola and Russetine
J. A. Gilman, - Agent
mri? '.wj i - m"! i n i ' jm t."e.-j
'H i.' .J-JtJ- LWlgJMiHtWgi
I x Coyne Furniture Co. u
Tiser Mass Meeting i
m Hp .r m MB
Kdltor i: v o n I n k II u I I
Amcilenti ell I7.0H3 residing In .1
enter n liiolcst against a .Inpnn
Cabinet of the Kmpcror o( .lap
hoard of such n lonclltloli? Wli
It U about time Hint the A
of their political limitations, ko
(lalninililo liiipudciiie. If it In II
let tho Americana mil a mrctl
what tlirlr desiies iiic, and not
mornliiK paper ndvoeales.
Honolulu, April 10, 'US.
1 1 n -Junt IiiuirIiic h bunch of
nnnn railing n mass meetliiK to .
esc statesman tnlHtiK office In n
in! Ilnvo ou or nn sane man O '
at nre wc comliiR to' '
morlenns of Hawaii. rctjardlcss
I toRcther nnd condemned buoIi
ecossary to Rot u mass meeting, !
UK nnd cxprcti In plain I:iiiriiiiro !
allow any mnli rot as t ho i
Piokhatn Is Endorsed
By Medical Association
Tlio Hawaiian Tcrrltnrlnl Medical
Association, heartily nnil without n
dissenting vole, endorsed President
I.. K. l'lnklmm for reappointment nx
the head of the Hoard of Health nt
thptr meeting cnllud for that pur
pose last night. Nino of those pres
ent were called upon to express their
views In the matter, and stated It
iih their linn belief that Mr. I'inkhnni
liafi dono his work" in suth ii manner
thai left no loom for doubt as to
who should ho tlio man for thu place
tlio routing term.
Dr. Ravmond. In particular, gave
many renbons why l'lnliluim should
hnvo tho position, dwelling on tlio
manner In which tho latter has at
tended to tho Iwllel subject; how ha
has taken n stand which ho has
known to ho for the hotter, notwith
standing (ho fact, that thero Is a law
In fofi'c which was not meant to bo
applied to this Territory, which
makes tho licensing of such n placo
lltcK.il. Dr. Raymond said that tlioso
who wero leading and conducting
thu wnrofnro against l'lnklmm were;
'moral perverts," unlit to do reform
work, nnd working In n manner that
would ultimately do tho greatest
public harm nnd cause tho most
Or. Walerhouso Btated that al
though ho did not wholly npprovo of
tho stand I'inkhnni took in tho Jnp
tmc.se matter nnd that ho considered
that l'lnkliam had gone out of his
Jurisdiction in that affair, ho wished
to endorse him heartily with regard
to tho fight lie Is making on tho
Iwllel case, nnd wns in favor of his
reappointment. When Dr. Raymond
HOLLYWOOD PHINT PICTURES
PACIFIC PIOIUItE FRAMING CO,,
R. MIYATA & CO.,
CONTRACTORS. BUILDERS, PAIN
TERS, PAPER IIANQERS anrl
Second Hand Lumber, Doors and
Sashes Sought and Sold.
KINO ST., PALAMA JUNCTIUU.
SALOON is right close to the theater,
where you can get the Best of Every
tiling to drink.
941 NUUANU ST.
was absolutely false, and even an In
tuit to tho minds of cory decent
person In the city.
It was tho consensus of opinion
among, the members of tho mctllcnl
profession present that I'inkhnni is
in the right In the stnnd he has tak
en In tho Iwllel mutter, and that for
that reason, If for no other, ns It
seems to bo the principal argument
used against him, he should bo en
dorsed by their body. Doctors Juilil,
Walters, Murray mid Cooper dwe'i
on the "efficiency of Mr. l'lnkliam In
the public position mid endorsed hlm
Dr. C. II. Wood, who was not nhlo
to bo present, sent In tho following
resolution, which wns moved by hint
In proxy, seconded by Dr. Herbert,
nnd carried unanimous!) :
"Whereas, U U. l'lnkliam Is Presi
dent of tho Hoard of Health of tho
Territory nnd his term of offlro la
about to cxplro;
"This, tho Hawaiian Terrltorln'.
Medical Society, having In low his
fidelity to his offlcc, the capability ot
his administration, Ills personal moi
ul worth and his strength of charac
ter; nnd believing that the closo nivl
cordial relations which ho has al
ways maintained with this Soclctv
have been of considerable bcnollt to
tho community aflurgc, bo It
"Resolved, That this society iIooj
hereby endorse tlio administration of
1,. K. l'lnkliam ns 'President ot tho
Hoard of Health, and pJuccB on rec
ord Its opinion that his rcappoln'
nient would ho for tho best Interests
nfaho Territory of Hawaii;''
At thu meeting wero Doctors Sinclair,-
Ilumphrls, Murrny, Herbert,
A lakalatlnrt fn
mi iiiiiihh ivi
CreoUn ! a Boon to AHhmalle.
1j.j It nui enf iiwre ffctl to brtfc In a
wmeilf for llir-i nl thd brthlnn orgtM tLn
tu Uk th rrmflf Into tho Rtomiich?
l,'rru)riip curr WraoM tba Ir. r,nd
ilmngly knilMfplle, In mirlwl o?pr lb dlmetd
...r.. wiit. ..-.- kth. irlvlntf nrfdutufd nl
conUnt tfrlmftit. It U lnTalttbl to isotbf rrf
pith rrjAll ttilWtfn.
Thorn of a ('on
will flntl ImmMUU relief
from C'ou)i or InfUmiKl
Contlltlon of th thrott
(ond rottil for ilt
fieri ptlT ikwklrl.
1SW Kulton wrwt,
BB -4 ctaP H
SOLD THI SWEEK:
One Fine Touring Cur,
Two Beautiful Runabouts.
And nnothcr Runabout and Touring Car that are on the way
arc already spoekn for.
Come and place your orders early.
The von Hamm-Young Co., Ltd.
spoKo ho made It plain that tho lino Judd, Ilnylnond, Cooper, Walter's,
of reasoning used by tlioso who wero 'McDonald, HodKlns. Watcrhouso and
lending tho light against I'lnkhum IWodd, by proxy.
OoIhb! (IoIiir! CoIiir! And
still tho prlco of sugar U soar-
lug to heights which Justify tho
most saiiRiilna dreams ot tho
Hawaiian sugar-plantois. News
: of tho continuous rlso in thu -1-(
prlco Is being rccolved from
! day to day by tho planters. On
Wednesday tho llrm ot Alcxau-
dcr & Ibildwln got tho follow-
"Raw sugar market strong
ndvnnco expected. Hellners bid-
! ding for this month's shipment
fioni Cuba 4.3Cc. Knvornlilo -
weather In Kurope. Crop of
I Cuba Is estimated to ho 02R,-
I- 000 long tons, Ilect (luotutlou,
I- lis. Cd. Market llrm; four
: moiithu hence iiintcd nt un ml-
vnnco of 1 1-d."
This morning tho same llrm
) received another cnblo from Us -:
Now Yurie olllco which heralds
i- a further lllght upwards, ns fol- :
"Thoro was n balo today of
flfi-degroo sugar that uffects thu
i- busts of Hawaiian sugars, at -
4.4 2c. Market strong nt Mio :
Tills latter rnblegram lias not
un yut been conllrmcd by tho :
I'lanters' Association correspon-
4 dents, but no doubt Is felt nu to
S. Nanl, a pretty little Japanese
woman, wns granted n dlorco from
K Nanl this afternoon In Judgo
Lindsay's court on tho grounds of
fnlluio to provide. Tho Japaneso
woman has supported herself work
ing as a house-servant.
(Continued from Pace 5.)
Japaneso nowsp.iper to sco (Jovcrnor
Krear with a view of opposing tho
reappointment of President l'lnkliam
of tho Hoard of Health.
An Inquiry nt tho llawnll Shinpo
wns niudo but they denied thu truth
of tho report. lMltor Shebn, who Is
said to bo cooperating with Smlt, was
absent nnd nothing dellnlto could bo
Hdltor Koga of tho Nlppu JIJI,
when asked by telephone, stated that
ho wns telephoned for to accompany
lM(tor Smlt of tho Advortlso to sco
Governor Kiciir In ro 1'inkhum's 10-
"I was Invited by phone," sal I
Kor.i, "to go up and sco Governor
Krear about l'lnkliam. I said that I
could not do that. I am too busy
nnd think that a move of that kind
would not ho wise for tho .lupnncso
cdltorH to make. 1 am opposed to
winding my time doing such 'i
Kdltor Klmurn of thu Japanese
Chronlclu Is under tho weather to
duy and could not bo reached. In
his absence, however, an answer wns
obtained from the editorial staff ot
that newspaper b) telephone
"Mr. Klmurn was asked to go up
to seo Govornur I'rear by tho Adver
tiser," replied a i ('porter of tho
Chronicle. "1 could not accept tho
Invitation. I.'dllor Smlt was willing
to, accompany the .lapancbo editors
In un Intorvlow with Govornor I'rrar.
i'Iio Idea wns to oppose tho reappoint
ment of i'inkhnni as President of tho
Hoard of Health i'eisoually, I am
opposed to doing this. Consul Salto
ndvlsed us ngatnst creating a sensa
tion over tho l'lnkliam matter, l'or
that reason It Is expected that no
meeting will bo held tomoroow even
Farewell Night Was Me
morable One For
Tho farewell appearance of tho I'ol
lard Lilliputians nt tho Orpheum the
atre Inst night was typically a Home
lain "Aloha," ami tho oceuo nt the
theatre has never been duplicated.
Tho setting of circumstances whs
right for tho grent floral display in
tho first place tho little peopin have
made thomsclMM tiume'idously pop
ular with the people of i.o,elty. They
hnvo played to crowded and most en
thusiastic houses throughout their en
gagement. When the children wero
not busy with their work they wero
being entertained by tho young nnd
the old. They aro attractive oiiiig
r.lcrH oft the stago as well us In cos
tume. Finally, thoy were to leave tho tho
ntto in a hurry for tho steamer that Is
taking them to tho States.
Tho consequence was that the
house was crowded to tho doors by a
most cnthuilnstle audience, and the
many friends of the children brought
their ffowers and tho goodbye presents
to tho thentro. Tho members of tin
company wero literally loade". down
with flowers, wreaths, bouquets, nnd
in nddltlon to these omniums or 'Ha
waii's good will, thero seemed to li
nn end to tho boxes or candy. Tho
Intervals between each number of the
program wero not enough for nil tlio
Mowers. After each encore nnd
there wero many of them llowerB nnd
mora flowers wero passed over tin.
lootllghts. Finally Teddy McNnmnia
brought out n big basket and that
was flllcil. Still moro Mowers.
Thu farewell program was sort of a
vaudeville, being selections from tlio
best work of tho company. All Hie
favorites, wero seen In their best
parts and thu children enjoyed mi'l
entered Into tho eiithiiBlasm of tho
occasion as heartily as tho aiidlcucu.
A great hit was made when the
Helnzo twins wero each presented
with a Hawaiian didl and a grent lllma
lei. This stunefl tho fun and It kept
up without stint tl.l thu last curtain
wns rung down.
Tho goodner.i of tho pcoplo wns nl
most too much for some of tho Mill
nctors. Ireiiu 1'lnley was on lh
erKo ot tears nt tho close of her
i.oni,', nud amid thu tluul cheering, tho
flower laden array ut chiidien wero
smiling through tho tonrs of regret At
the parting. That's a pait of thu II j
walliin goodbye, too.
Near tho closo of tho progiam Irene
Kinlcy stopped to tho fiont of tie
htugu and expressed tlio gratitude of
tho maiingemeiit to tho p.-ople and tlio
press. Sho stated Hint on their re
turn from the Stntes to their Ann
tnillnu homo, tho l.llllpul'ani would
certainly look forward to a-inlher stay
Thu children went direct from the
theatre to thu steamer, tlm majority
ot them being taken dowp in thu auto
mobiles of local people, who gave
them n flnnl send-oft at thu boat.
Thu Lilliputian season has been
one of tho events of the year and nu
After the show, several huudieds
accompanied tho Lilliputians to tho
Alexander Young Cafe, vthero they
hail a farewell Mippcr. Their frlenda
crowded thu cafe, and blocked tho
street outside, waiting for them to up.
Thuru was cheer nftcr cheer ns tho
big liner Hongkong Main pulled away
In the clear moonlight, and hnndkc
chiefs were wnved ns long ns the
steamer could bo Been. Mrs. Chester,
tho matron, said that thu children
have never been shown moro coiibld
cratlon anywhere, und wero of thu
opinion Hint Honolulu hud tho "nicest"
peopin mid tho best cllmatu of any
clly thoy had seen. Sho was parllc
utility pleased with tho service an 1
treatment of her young charges nt thu
Alexander Young Care. Tho "kldn"
seemed moro Impressed with Its cud
dles and tco-cream, and her vlgllnut
oyo was constantly upon them.
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HAWAIIAN NEWS COMPANY, Ltd.,
Mlsu l.ucy Kuukiiu, a school teach
er of Luhulna, "who arrived yesterday
in tho Clnudlue, returns by the suniu
Tho Wtekly Edition of the Evening
Bulletin gives a complete luminary of
he newt of the day.
P. E. R. Strauch
FOR SALE 460 acres of Land nt
Kona, Hawaii; good for Tobacco,
Pineapples, Rubber, Grapes, Etc.
Lot of valuable Ohm trees for rail
way tics ready for marketing. Price
$12.50 per acre. Splendid Opportu
nity for Investment.
WAITY BLDG., 74 S, KING ST,
you have lost a coat. Let ui
.supply you with a new one.
This Is Not
A Tailor's Advertisement.
We are referring to your house it needs a coat of paint and need,
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THE PAINTE RPH0NE 480. "
J I k MHt Has Moved to
. LAN Ml OREGON BLOCK,
x-w cki atb mm
152 Hotel St.
OPPOSITE YOUNG HOTEL
Evening Bulletin 75c, Per Month