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-KVENnia-nuLMirnNrHoNOLUT.u.Tril.TPniDAV, jun'itio, n'osT
GOT INJUNCTION PUNK
C1I1CA00, III., Juno 18. Tho antl-lnjunctlon plnnk was .incorporat
ed in the platform, although covered with verbiage.. THero .was n big
Hght over It In the convention. The committee favors limitation of the
use of the Injunction without notice except In canes where Irreparable
Injury may result from delay. Tnft and Roosevelt urged the adoption
of the plank,
The nomination for Vice President lies bctwocn Sherman of New
York and Cummins of Iowa. Taft refuses to name A choice, though It Is
believed the Administration favorB Cummins. .Now Yorkers are making
a strenuous demand for Sherman,
Secretary Taft will leave tho Cabinet In .July.
Let us figure on wiring your house.. The initial
cost is soon absorbed and forgotten when the comfort and
ease acquired through using Electricity
is taken into consideration. For reasons of economy, util
ity and general adaptability electricity is ideal for both
Electric power reluccs labor, economizes space and
accelerates production. We would like to figure on your '
power needs. This IS OUR BUSINESS.
Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.,
Shop. EARLY Tomorrow
We CLOSE at 1 p.m.
An Inheletion for
WhooplngCough( , Croup,
CraaoLne It Boon 10 Asthmatic.
Inaa Ik Mi ...nt mn.. .tflWIl V to brtllh In .
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Specials For Tomorrow
Take advantage of. them. ,.,
You lose if you don't.
rrmtdy for dim., of Hit blatbtl organ, thaa
Ui Uaa tha rr jiaar Into tha nomacbl
!ritanlinA aurM htcftuM tbi air. ranutna
tron.lr antlwpllc. la aairlad OTr tba diataaad
orfaea iHlh ar.rf brralh. living rrolonfftd &4
tomual Irratmtnt. It U laralaabla 10 notbart
wlin anail cbUdran.
Tboaa of a Cmn
vlU Bad Immtdlata rrllaf
from Couaba or toflamad
MANILA, P. I., Juno 18. Tho Assembly has passed A resolution de
claring that Independence Is the nsplratlon of the Filipinos, and that tho
nation Is ready to accept It.
Oondkion of Uia throat.
Sand tMMial for da.
Brown, navy, and black. $1.25 quality, till 1 P. M.,
v India Linon
10-yard pieces, $1.75 quality, till 1 F. M.. $1.25 a po.
Linen Table Damask
Two yards wide, all linen, $1.25 quality till 1 P, M.,
95? a yard. ' P
Lace Mesh Silk Gloves
In black and white, two clasps, J 1.00 quality till 1
P. X.,-65t a pair. . '
on spools, black, white, and ton; 5c spools till 1 T. M., ,
2 for 5. C
H. S. Lisse Veiling
White, navy, light blue, and pink, 35c quality rill
1 P. It, 20 a yard. '
THE STORE WITH, THE MONEY-BACK POLICY,
N.S. Sachs Dry Goods Co.
UIMLEY COMPANY HERE
Tho Lumley company arrived on tho
Alameda this morning and report u
very pleasant voyage. The company
Is under tho management of Joo
Cohen and Gerald II. I.umlcy, and is
headed by Richard Uuhler and num
bers twenty-two icoplu. Tho opening
date Is Bet for Monday evening next,
when "The Climbers" will be present
ed with an all-star cast. The play has
a combination of comedy and pathos
and tells an Interesting story. The
Los Angeles Examiner, speaking of
this play and tho LUmlcy Comtmnv
In general, says:
"Los Angeles hag had a good many
atock companies which have been lib
erally patronized, but for careful, and
artistic performances, the Lumley
Company Is uaslly tho best that has
bein seen hero In a long time. 'The
Climbers.' as presented last night.
ranks with tho best eastern t rod ac
tion seen here at top prices."
scats aro now on sale for any even
ing at box office.
ILL ROADS LEAD 10
That Is where everyone will bo this
ovenlng and by all accounts tho Ho
nolulu public -will bo treated to some
of tho best and cleanest goes pulled
off yet. Yet your tickets at the fash
ion Cigar Store. Phone 482 or E01.
HILONIAN 566 MILES OUT
Castle & ,Cookc, Honolulu.
Hllonlan CCG rntlos at sea.
Some wind from' northeast.
Cloudy and had little rain1. All
This wlrclcssgram was recclv-
4- ed by Expert Isbell at tho Ka-
4huku wireless, station shortly af-
ter 8 o'clock last evening. H Is
4 the longest distance that has 4
4 been covered by tho Hllonlan 4
4 and results from the more dell- 4
4 cate receiving Instruments that 4
4 have been Installed nt Kahuku. 4
OEIGGS HOLT TALKS
House and Lot on Lillha .
Street, near Vineyard, 2
Bedrooms. Toilet and Bath.
Sewer. Car Line.
Cash or Easy Payment.
P. E. R. Strauch
WATTY BLDO. ... 74 S. KING ST.
At the meeting ot the Promotion'
Committee yesterday afternoon II.
Origgs Holt gave an address In which'
he offered the se'rvfees of himself and
the Pacific. Mali Co.,, by which he is
employed, to assist Iho committee In
spreading tho gospel ot Hawaii In
the Jtir East. .Ho believes that the
advent' of the new Toyo KlBen Ka
lsha boats will greatly Increase the
number of passcngeer who lay over
Tho following resolution was pass
ed: Resolved, That the Hawaii Pro
motion Committee will gladly coop
erate with the local .committee hav
ing the matter in hand In arranging
for the reception and entertainment
of such members of the American As
sociation for the Advancement of
Science as may vlult Honolulu,
should the 1910 nnnnal convention
of the association be held in this
William R. Wheeler takes oath as
Bsslstnut secretary of Commerce and
VICTOR for Every Home.
BERGSTR0M MUSIC CO., LTD.
Bulletin Business Offioe Phone 258.
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 18S.
The Popular Beverage, Bottled by
HAWAIIAN SODA WORKS,
PHONE 510. .
185 editorial room 256 busi
ness offlee. Those are the new tel
ephone numbers of the Bulletin office.
All kinds in rolls and sheets.
AMERICAN-HAWAIIAN PAPER &
SUPPLY CO., LTD.
Fort and Queen Sts., Honolulu.
Te'. 410. George O. Guild, Gen. Mgr.
The Weekly Edition uf the Evening
Bulletin glvee a eomolete summary of
.. ttf thm it.
J. A. GILMAN
Shipping and Commission Merchant
FIRE. AND MARINE ' ;
AGENT FOR - -
Arthur Sewall & Co., Bath, Maine
Parrott & Co., San Francisco'
Aachen and Munich Fire Insurance Co.
Mannheim Insurance Co.
in a membership in our association.
The Returni Are Very Big.
HARRISON MUTUAL ASSOCIATION Jet ggQ
Thoroughbred Registered Jersey Bulb
The pure-bred Jersey Bulls, OJibway of Y.'B., A. I. C. C. No. 60247.
.and Quenon Lad, 2nd A. 7. C. C, No. 02304, at service at $10.
The Pond Dairy
HI GIL SIIOKS
HERE TO STAY
OUR STORE IS NOW READY FOR BUSINESS
THE STYLES we are now showing in our windows at $3.50 and $4.00
are handsomer than any other shoe in Honolulu, no matter at what
! price, as tor tne material and workmanship. KhCiAL briUhS are noted tor
for the fine quality of each
$3.50, $4.00; Custom Special $5'
$3.50, $4.00; Custom Special $5
Ypu'rfc sure to get a perfect fit in our Quarter Sfces, and they are equal in every
way to high-priced custom-made shoes.
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You Owe It To Your Pocketbbok
To Give Them a Trial
McCandless Building, corner King and Bethel Streets