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BVENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H MONDAY, JUNE 1, 1908.
H Special Sale of . I
1 Real Hand-Made I
Linen Torchon Laces
M Now Going On
Here's an opportunity for lovers of laces
to buy Real Hand-Made Torchon Laces"
at lowest cost possible.
10 quality G a .yard
12y2c quality 8 a yd.
15c quality 10 a yd.
20c quality .' ... 15 a yd.
25c quality 16 2-3 a yd.
35c quality '. . 25 a yd.
Special Sale of Bedspreads
BEGINNING MONDAY MOENING, JUNE 1ST,
$1.00 QUALITY AT 804
$1.25 " " 81.00
$1.50 " " ., 91.25
$1.75 " " 81.45
$2.00 't " 81.05
A Saving In Bath Towels
Extra heavy, hemmcd.size 21x42, $3.50 quality, SPEC
CIAL MONDAY, $2.90 A DOZ.
N.S. Sachs Dry Goods Co.
THE STORE .WITH THE MONEY-BACK POLICY.
is ALL yours if you have one of our superior
Kodaks or Cameras
No matter where you bo, you'll be glad you have one
I F you have it!! The photo perpetuates good times,
familiar scenes, loved faces.
We have the largest stock of the best Cameras, Ko
daks, Photographic Supplies of all kinds.
Honolulu Photo Supply Co.,
OLD KONA COFFEE
Roasted By the New Process.
J. A. GILM AN
Shipping and Commission Merchant
PIRE AND MARINE
Arthur Sewall & Co., Bath, Maine
Parrott & Co., San Francisco
Aachen and Munich Fire Insurance Co.
Mannheim Insurance Co.
&ALS0N is tight close to the theater,
where you can get the Best of Every
tiling to drink.
Anpioprlntlons of $175 for the I'rceti
Committer, $1200 for flnlior for tlio
Decoration Committee nnrt $100 for
rtnlloncry, etc, for Ilio Information
Committee were panned liy tliu Fleet
Kxcciimu Conitn ttco. wi ci met at
the Promotion Committee moms tills
nfternoon. Tlio meeting was nttentl-
oil by Messrs. flco. K. Carter. Secre
tary Wood, Tenny Peck, J. V. Mor
gan, Geo. W. Smith, V. L. Wnldron,
C. II. Dickey and Col, Jones.
On motion by Wnldron, HC.ondcd by
Oeo. W. Smith. It was decided that no
liquor should bo renerl In connection
with luaus or feasts' to the fleet dur
ing Its entertainment here. Mr. Peck
moved,, (seconded by Mr. Wnldron that
u special space bo reserved by the
press for tlio official announcements,
rcKnrdlriR tbo fleet. This was carried
and Secretary Wood was authorized to
communicate with tlio newspapers.
Au Accountant to keep ttnek of nil
tlio Kxccotlvo Commlttco nffalrs will
bo secured by Chairman Carter, he
liming been authorized to do so.
The secretary was further requested
to send letters of thanks to Wall,
Nichols Co., Hawaiian News Co., Ho
nolulu Iron, Works, Catton, Nelll &
Co., and Hawaiian Hlectrtc Co., for
their kindly offer In helping towards
decorating nnd rntcrtnlnlng the fleet
during Its stny here.
Ill Mi Mill
Attorney General Hcmcnwny has
written to the Honolulu Trades nnd
Labor Council regarding their com
plaint ngalnst tlio non-cltlzcn labor
nllegcd tq have been urciI on tlio con
struction work of Iho Wnlluku court
house, and has told them to bring
forth their witnesses and evidence In
tlio matter. Ho will Investigate the
The Attorney General hns also
written to Contractor McDonald
telling him of the charges, and has
asked thai a full statement of the
case be mado to him. On account of
the fact, that the work Is now practi
cally completed, McDonnld will not
loso his contract, should tlio charges
bo proven, but ho may bo subject to
a flue of no mean sire.
The arrival of tho Kort Georgo In
New York ends a second very pretty
raco nnd n very speedy ono between
this ship and tho Krskine M. Phelps.
Tho Phelps Is the winner. The
Phelps left Knhulul Feb. 1C and ar
rived at her destination on May 28,
making u 98-day trip. Tho Fort
Georgo left tills port on Feb. 18 nnd,
arriving on May 29, has a 100-iluy
trip to her credit. Tho difference In
distance from this port to Knhulul
does not ovcrcomo tho two days'
shortage of tho Fort George.
The Nuunnu, Cupt. Josslyn, left
hero Feb. IS nnd has yet to bo re
ported, HOXOLULU WEATHER
Temperatures (i n. m., 70; 8 n. m.,
77; 10 n. m 78; noon, 78; morning
Barometer, 8 a. m.. 30.09; ubsoluto
humidity, 8 n. in., 5.977 grains per
cubic foot; rclatlvo humidity, 8 a. m.,
CO per cent; ilew point. 8 u. in., C2.
Wind C n. 111., eloclty 4. direction
N. Ii: 8 n. 111., velocity G,,dlrectlon N.
K.; 10 n. 111., velocity 9, direction N.
E.; noon, velocity 20, direction N. E,
.Rainfall during 24 hours ended 8 a.
m.. .00 Inch.
lotni wind movement during 24
hours ended at noon. 170 miles.
WM. H. STOCKMAN,
Section Director, U. 8. Weather
Flna Job Printing it the Bulletin.
According to n private loiter re
colu-d by Marshal Hendry this morn
Intf. Ilnwnll wan bumped hard In the
matter of raising witness fees by tho
80111110. Stories wcro printed In thu
papers tho other day which stated
that Hawaii would probably bo In
cluded under tho now regulation rais
ing the pay of witnesses to $3 per
day, and 11 beneficial mileage raise.
Tho stories wcro based on the discus
sion of Senate members, taken from
tho Congressional itccnrtl. It was
Judged from this that tho bill had gono
through without any trouble.
Mnishnl Hendry says that his news
Is to the eect that the single word
"Hawaii" was cut out of the jimotul
mpnt. The other Territories wcro al
lowed the raise, but Hawaii was
kicked unceremoniously aside.
REAL ESTATE TKAWBAOTI0NS.
Entered for Record May 2D, 1008,
From 10:30 a. m. to 4 p. m.
S Norrls to Clous Sprcckcls & Co
Stafford Ileapy to Susan I) Ilcapy
Alice 11 Ileapy to Susan I) lle.ipy.PA
S K Olll nnd wf by ntty of mtgeo
to P E It Strauch tr . .ForcAffdt
S K Olll and wt by mtgeo to P E
It Strauch AM
S K Olll nnd wf by atty of mtgeo
to P E 11 Strnuch tr ...Fore Affdt
S K Olll nnd wf by mtgeo to P E
It Strauch D
Geo P Thlclcn to Wcstn & Hnwn
Invst Co Ltd M
Jessie II Kacna nnd hsb to T
Madgo Waring to W It Foster. HIDow
II M Lawson, ct nl to Allen & Hob-
Inson Ltd CM
Ho Sun nnd wf to James Armstrong
ct nl 1)
James Armstrong ct nl to Trs of
II P Bishop ExD
Entered for Record June 1, 1008,
From 0 a. m. to 10:30 a. m.
Manoel Joaquin to August An-
tono ,' AM
Sarah Klpl by ngt to Tang Fat...I
Ah Guy to Hlrano , I
Choklchl Amnsakl to I 'la ru Tnnl-
J V liny to S Knwal ami wf ... .ltd
Carl S Smith and wf to Mrs Elvira
M K Smith D
William Illnau and wf et n I to Ka-
Inlllhau (w) D
J N Kaallua to Wm Henry M
KAM BOYS RESCUE.
On Inst Saturday afternoon, between
3 nnd 4 o'clock, Amltsu and Ivntnro,
two Japanese, ventured out Into the
Knlwal pnsMiKe, oil the John Kna
grounds, nt,Knlla. Nut knowing the
fnr-reachlnK Innuciircs of the break
ers In this dnnecious iiusbukc, they
went out too far, their boat was en
Riilfcd nnd they thrown Into the seeth
ing waters of tho surf-found reef. They
cried for help, hut thu short, where
held could comn from, and to which
plnco their voices wero poworless to
reach, y.'as a long dlstanco away.
Luckily (or tlio helpless twain, two
Knmehnmehn Schools hoys, Ilnrold
Oodfrcy nnd William Mackenzie, (the
latter tho brother of Frank Mackenzie,
tho noted Kiini sprinter) wcro out
boating, and t-eclng tho Japs' plllkia
went, at risk to themselves, to their
nBslstunco, and nemo too soon, as both
of tho Japanese, weio aweary and ono
wns attacked with cramps. Tho Kum
boys helped them lo safety nnd re
ceived their ihunks.
Georgo Ouvanaugh, who died last
night nt Pearl City, will bo burled
with military honors. Tho services
will bo held at noon tomorrow from
tho church of the Reorganized
Latter Day Saints, on King street.
Company II will furnish tho firing
b qu ml and pall-heurerH. All mem
bers of Company II aro requested to
attond. The burial will tako plnco
ut Pearl City.
Frances Wynne, a Now York snloB-
girl, has oblnlned (HOOD from n patent.
mcdlclno concern because, she says,
It used her picture as un advertise
ment without her permission.
' iionest watr which ne'er left man
In the mire." Bhakeepetre.
That's What You Should Stick To. Somtthine that
will be good, larored, alone, or mixed. We make it plain
or any kind of flavor,
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REPORTS ARE MABE
The Sixth Annual Convocation of
the Kplsroput Church of tho Mission
ary District of Honolulu held Its (tret
meeting Inst Saturday nnd very sat
isfactory reports were received fYom
The I'Mucntlun Commlttco report
ed that the Sunday school attendance
for tho j car had increased over that
of the preceding jear by thirty por
cent. The BtntlsMcs with this rcpoit
showed that tho Sunday school at
tendance In tho various districts wus
901 this year nnd 075 InBt year,
whllo the number of teachers had
been Increased from Til to 70, whllo
tho enrollment nt tho day or night
schools had risen from 300 to CIS.
Those present were tho Illght ltov
Henry Ilond Itcstarlck, ltov. Woo
Yco llcw, Itev. Kong Yin Tct, Itcv
Canon William Ault, Hov. Canon
John Usbornc. Ilev. A. II. Weymouth,
Itcv. W. It. Fenton-Smlth, Jlcv. Al
bert U. Hall, Hov. W. E. I'otwlne,
Hov. D. Douglas Wallace, ltov. Ud
iniinil Tfow Simpson, Itev. Joseph W
Otinn, Hov. William II. llllss, Hov.
Hobcrt Hilton. Itcv. Shlin Yin Chin.
Hov. Leopold Kroll. II. M. von Holt,
D. W. Anderson, Thos, Sharp, Hobert
Catton, 1). Howard Hitchcock, Wm
Thompson, B. G. Kcenc, W.'ll. McK,
llarrlhon, A. Cathcart, Ynp See
Young, H. II. Potwlno, Samuel K. Y,
Yco, P. T. Tukno, General E. Davis,
Georgo P. Dcnlsnn, W. A. Grecnwell,
Mrs. T. Cllvo Davles, Judgo Harnnrd,
I George F. Davles, W. A. Wall, and
Bek up this movement to Improve
the ttreete and eldewelkt.
House and Lot on Liliha
Street, near Vineyard, 2
Bedrooms, Toilet and Bath.
Stwer. Car Line.
Cash or Easy Payment.
P. E. R. Strauch
74 S. KINO ST.
You Will Be Delighted i
To See Our I
New Assortment of
Personally Selected From The
113 HOTEL ST.
Q. S. LEITHEAD, Manage,.
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M sGti 11 n n im
tu l uapper r
looking men wear clothes that ;
liave been made to their mcas- ,Cfl
urc, because that is the only ;B
way they can be miured of Jfl
perfect-fitting and stylish car- - iH
ments. It Pays To Be 'Well- . jjS
Dressed, especially when it 'JB
don't cost auy more. We make . 1 'Jl
clothes to your measure at j iH
ready-made prices. Jm
A SWELL LINE of Spring I H
Suit Lcncths just arrived. "
BUSINESS SUITS S20. up. I M
TUXEDO SUITS' $30. up. B
Geo. A, Martin, j I
TAKING INTO CONSIDERATION
You will decide on
for lighting your Home or Place of Business. Let us estimate the
cost of the installation.
Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.,
KINO STREET NEAR ALAKEA. P. 0. BOX 144.
serve the first
law of nature.
Ask Your Grocer
HONOLULU SOAP WORKS CO., Ltd.
FRED, L. WALDR0N, Agt.
All kinds in rolls and sheets.
AMERICAN-HAWAIIAN PAPER &
SUPPLY CO., LTD.
Fort and Queen SU., Honolulu.
Tel. 410. George G. Guild, Gen. Mgr.
FROM MAY 1ST, 1008, all sub
scriptions to MAGAZINES and PE
RIODICALS at Publishers' Priees
Call, Ckroaiole or Examiner, $1,00
WALL, NICHOLS CO., LTD.
Bulletin Business Ofice Phone 950. i etc. manufactured ujr the llulhtlu Pub
Bulletiu Editorial Room Phone 185. ll-hlus Comoanj.
Wing Wo Tai & Co
941 NUUANU ST
Japanese Curioi, Silk Kitnoios,
Shirts, rajr.nns, Shirt Waists, Fancy
aOTEL STREET NEAR EETHEC
LOVEJOY & CO.
WHOLESALE DEALERS AND IM
PORTERS OF WINES AND
1 For Ladies and Gentlemen. Latett
shapes and stylish trimming. Clean
, irr of all kinds of hats.
1028 NUUANU AVENUE
OENTS1 FURNISHING GOODS,
Yee Chan & Cp.,
PHONE 627. King 4 Bethel Sts.
CHOICE CUT P.0SIS, CARNATIONS
VIOLETS, ETC., ETC.
Mrs. E. M. Taylor,
THE CHOICEST STEAKS
THE FINIfV CUTLETS
Tamales, Enchiladas, tpte Ribs.
THE MANHATTAN OAFS
Fort near Hotel.
HOLLYWOOD PRINT PICTURES
PACIFIC PICTURE FRAMING CO..
1050 Nuuanu. r
4000 Qrecn HoollnK B1U 10"iH
500 Ono and Two Prong Iron Fence)
1 2S-Billon Drum OmraercUI Bik
er, 1 Castlron Flttlne with Fiancee,
for 12" Wrouaht Pipe.
EMMELUTH & CO.,. LTD.,
145 King Street. Phone 211.
Blank books of all norta, ledger.
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