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ORIENTAL GOODS Miir.fi m:!11
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New impottation direct fiom the Orient.
ORASS LINENS. EMBROIDERED LINENS,
PINEAPPLE SILK. Hand-Embroidered GRASS LINEN
SQUARES, in two diflcrcnt sizes. 27-inch and 34-inch;
Cherry Blossom, Rose Pattern, Wisteria, Chrjsanthc
mum, and Dragon.
TEA CLOTHS 40 inches square, Cherry Blossom, Rose,
Wisteria, and Dragon.
SIDEBOARD RUNNERS Size 18x54, Wisteria, Cherry
Blossom, Rose, and Chrysanthemum.
TABLE CENTERS Scalloped Edge, Cherry Blossom, Dra
gon,,nnd Rose Pattern,
TABLE COVERS Beautifully embroidered, square, oblong,
and round, in all sizes, with Napkins to match.
EMBROIDERED PLATE and GLASS DOYLIES White and
Blue Grass Linen, by the piece and yard, extra good
PINEAPPLE SILK In Leading Colon.
A SMALL AMOUNT OF
GRASS LINEN EMBROIDERED
Children's Black Ribbed Hose
Extra value, fine gauze, lisle finish, fast black, all
sizes. 120 a pair.
Cravenette Cloth '
Absolutely waterpioof, 50 and 52 inches wide, navy,
black, tan, and Oxford, $2.50 a yard.
New Madras Curtains
Cross stripes, tassel ends, red and green sttipc, $1.25
Twilled Toweling, 15 yards for $1.00
Buds-Eye Ton cling, c l2Vfc a yard.
William Williamson And
C. M. Cooke Elected
CoiibIiUm .Milo business was Ii in
luted lit the lilcrtlllK of tlli llii.i ill nl
IMmatlon ye'iteidny afternoon Ii
was tlu last inretlnR at whlrli C I
llillthlus woiild'nttcnd iiH a C'linimli-
sloner, mid Superintendent llaliblit
louiptimentcil lilm highly on I he
vorl, hu luid done while u in'.ul-i m
Superintendent ILibbllt stilled Unit
lip was not In fin or of iIkiiirIiik Hi"
ii n me of tin- lllsh Sihool to loniplv
with tin; request of tliu MeKiulex
Memoilnl I'll ml Committee, not did
lie think Hint the Governor Has In
f.ivor of It. Tliu committee ndopled
it lesolutlon mime tlmu ago glliiB
certain sums of money to tin- HIrii
Keliool on umdltloii Hint It should be
mined tlio MeKlnloy Memorial
School, mid ttint u ljiniiro statue !
tlio ninrtyred I'reHldent be cieited It
was decided to ntii the fund iimimlt
teo to modify ItH resolution so on to
allow the addition of :i bclcntlllc de
partment. V. M. Coof.e and Wllll.iiu Wllllatn-
miii weio elerted liy tho lloird as two
nf the tiustees of the IIIrIi Si hoed
l.llnaiy rum). The third tiuslcu Is
The Daughter of tho American
Resolution will, In ordci to Ktliuuhilu
enthusiasm In the study of American
hliliir offer n lasll prlzo for the lies
ess.i on " nat the I'hiK Means to
Anicrlr.i " It was tho will of the
Iliintd to penult tho M'holara of the
glades to tulip part In these lompt U
tlomi hut tliei did not wish to urge It
THIS is a new Department opened by J. HOPP & CO., ihe largest furniture
house in the islands. In their "LITTLE-AT-A-TIME" Department this
well-known furniture house has made arrangements whereby almost
anyone of reliable habits can furnish one item for a house or all the item
needed to furnish a house or cottage complete by making a small advance
payment and then making many small weekly or monthly payments. It is
the same idea and system which has assisted many householders in securing
from the jewelers their silver services. The only difference is that in the
N. S. Sachs Dry Goods Co., Ltd.,
SSF- THE STORE WITH THE MONEY-BACK POLICY!
"Do not lei Ihe kikmI IIiIiirs of life
ilu on out of the IIKST thliiKs"
THE BEST LIGHT is the
Electric L,ig;Ht .
It is always the same oil btory with oil lamps daily trim
ming; and filling, broken chimneys, smoking-, ill-smelling lamps
and unsatisfactory light.
"Electricity has-no disagreeable features. Just press the but
ton and the house is filled with a light that rivals the light of day.
Let us estimate the cost of wiling; your hot' 2.
Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.,
KING ST, NEAR AlAKEA.
P. 0. BOX 144.
Acilnp (loveiniir Mutt Smith im
da nlUiiioon tinned the lilK 'Uv
the lower end of the bar lock pipe b
I Ihe ilictili power million that bt h
the water Into the usirtolr tin
l'lilrt Kiipplien the rt In part Sun
rlntuideni of Public Works Mnmi.
Campbell, Jiuneii T. Tin lor an
Chailcs II. KlneKcl Hpent the most a
the inoniliiK jcsteiday going out !h
pipe ns tho water ran through to tn
how It Mood the strain.
Those pieselil tit tho formal oom
1 111; if the extension nf the wad 1
works were the following Ai'tln
'ji)einor Molt Smith, Mrs Moll
Smith, the Superintendent of 1'nbllc
Win Kb and Ills nsslstnfit, C II Klin
.;el; JaineH T Taj lor, government eu
timer; .1 SI. Little, superintendent 01
w al eru oiks; Walter Iliouiloy, assist
nut superintendent: .1 I. ItubeitHon
novel ninenf Inspector: W I. 1'nuc
superintendent of electric lights: Al
loine Ueneinl llemenw.iy, Coutr.11,
or i: .1. Lord, Klectilclan S C Stilt
bard, Jdhn (Irlbble, lepieselitlng tin
Ilonnliilii Iron Works; 1). L Conklln,;
and Itohcou Perkins.
King Street, Ewa of Fishmarket.
DRY GOODS AND FURNISHING
GOODS of EVERY DESCRIPTION.
WING CHONG CO.
KING ST. NEAR BETHEL
Dealers in Furniture Mattresses,
Etc., Etc. All kinds of KOA and
MISSION FURNITURE Made To
NEW VICTOR CATALOG.
Bergstrom Music Co., Ltd.
TJie Best In Town.
TEL. 527. KING ST.
Major Win 0 llann, I'. S. Co.ut
Aitilleiv. will address the members
of Urn Chamber of Cnninieice at their
lonhiB In Ihe Stitngeiiwnlil building nl
I! p 111. i'rld.ix. Muy lsl. on tho "tic
Llpiuc.il Relations and Duties nf the
Tenltoiv of Hawaii and tho United
Slates Coveinment In Connection
Willi tho National Defense."
JiulKu Cooper has ikcldtfd Hint hi
will not aeeept the nomination fu,
Mmnr If It should bo offered him
P. E. R. Strauch
Several Fine Lots at Kaimuki and
Palolo. Cleared and free of stone.
Marine View. Good neighborhood.,
Jasy terms. Apply
74 S. KING ST,
Shipping and Com
jewelry clubs one does not get the articles until a large number of payments
have been made, and in the case of J. HOPP & CO. they permit one to have
immediate delivery of the furniture and then to make their "Little-At-A-Time"
payments while they are enjoying the use of it. Why not have your home
wejl furnished at once and enjoy the use of the goods during the time one
ordinarily has to wait until one can save the money to furnish a house? Olher
people have their homes well furnished on this basis, why cannot you?
J HOPP & CO. have a large portion of the massive LEWERS & COOKE BUILDING, on King St.,
filled with furniture which they offer to you on this basis. Such liberal accommodation as this costs the
customer only a little more than it would vrc he to buy the goods for cash. Drop into the J. HOPP & CO.
store and enquire into the details of this offer.
FURNITURE on the "LITTLE-AT-A-TIME" BASIS
J. HOPP & C
MORE RESULTS OF
Mini' leslili- of I'h I'liwIIlK liRlt.
Hon ucio bioimlii m II' lit today ,th 1
It In came known th it six people w .
urreBlcil estinl.n M M.iralul IIt.11
ilrj'rt ilepiu tint nl lor violation of the
IMuuindB Ad Mill ChllllliKttnrlli
tlio new depntv win doi.n to Wtiln
iinwi tcKli'iiln I arrested Toinii t
and Kot'.i. Id ai up nil iilKht and
watched tKeiii and as 11 eunseiiieiin
Is nbunt all in tml in
l.aiiru Mm tin dsii r of tliu 1111U11
Ions lllauche, and 1'iaiik Hows, wen
(iiiiBht up I'aliiin.i way liy I)eput
Unit, mid urn imested. Wllll.ua
Heed and Man OImhi were arrested
by Depulj limn II11111H oil compl.ilnt
of Heed's wire
Heed nliemh b.m 11 pilson neoid
Tor It Is htated 1I111 lie wiib nneati t
111 I'JOl; on an mini nf II shootlliK
M'lnpo 111 Willi h be was one of the
principal n tors
IN rOREIGN PORTS
Tuesday, April 28.
C.HAYS HAItlltm -Airlveil Aplll 27
Am selu A 1 WVsi. hence April "
V1CTOHIA Sailed April 28:
S S. Miir.11111 I"' Honolulu, 3 n. 111
SAN FHANCISi 11 iiled April 2K
S. K Alameda Ii - Am II 22.
FIRE AND MARINE
Arthur Sewall & Co., Bath, lytaine
Parrott & Co., San Francisco
Aachen and Munich Fire Insurance Co.
Mannheim Insurance Co.
LI SUES GASTLt
Link MrCandl. 1 has (lied n mill
iKiiilist W H ''-'I' Thu latter It-
llin IrilKle, lit lla M ltd lit .1. 11. Wil
llama, and ).li'i lui- a deed fiom the
bun llHiirlch of I' i slum l certain
lands In Kwii Tin -a lands nro lirln
fair In i oiifcl It ruble Iniouio which Is ,i
Dm pri-Hi lit tine i"i in.' Into thu hands
.r V it Castlo
Mtl'niullP'.s nm ihls inniiev, Ht.il
llifi Hint It Is ilsliil'ill Ills tlllOIIKll
the tei ins of lla li d which he holdi
He lias hriMiilu tin suit for a bill .'
for a good meal
and a comfortable
St., Clair Bidgood, Mgr.
We have pink pearls and some of
the finest of the white variety in the
Orient; also old, silver, diamonds
and jewelry. Remember, we buy as
well as sell.
1018 NUU.1IU near KINO.
There's No Chance
of its becoming affected in any way from the time it is
milked from the cow till you open the can in your kitchen.
Every process it undergoes is thoroughly hygienic, ev
erything that touches it is sterilized
IS ABSOLUTELY PURE.
You can't afford to me another kind of milk. For tea,
coffee and all other uses of rich milk.
Ask your grocer for it. '
H. HACKFELD & CO., LTD.,
II i: '1 Mill liai tiled nil appejl
tu Hie Siipiinn Couit In his qonliinipt
int-i Ik m that he will earrj tin
iiii.ik r in tliu nnlhh. nut for tho nn)i-
of the in, but foi the pilurlplo of the
HU blinds have been placed nl
iu Our Windows and see the Fine
Souvenirs of Atlantic Fleet
PRICES 5cts 20cts and 25cts.
For Over 60 Years
1MU, wtttt perfect uccw.
ttr UIIJJON8 or lMhtn
hocfruiM tu cunj), so.KrnwB
ctnuM wiki) coui.
3 worWl IV
ALLAYS all Mto.
J COLIC and Ii lha
laU In erery part of tho
i sura and ulc ttrr Mrs.
ThwJow Buotfahw Byrupiind tto
: luaa. vou a iwuio.
Wall, Nichols Co.,Limited B
n Old and Weliried ReniRSy
WEEDON'S CURIOSITY BAZAAR
for all kinds of Curios; the best in
the citv; Island Views in Pastel,
Alakea Building, Alakwi St., between
King and Merchant,
Of All Kinds And Descriptions At
SEE OUR DISPLAY.
Emma St. rr Bretanit
i 3 si
g A Mr jo " 2A i
,1 This Is Only One of Those
J Dl we are offering at
1 $1 00 PER WEEK
' 113 HOTEL ST., HONOLULU.
El Palencia!FashionableDressmaRing1 Smokers
Cigar for Particulat People.
Evening Guliln 75d P" month. IIAYSEI-UEN TOBACCO C LTD.
Fort Street near Beretania,
SUPPLIES OF ALL KINDS.
Tha Beit Cigars and Tobacco,
an kTITLE CIQAR STORE. '