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EVENING nULLHTlN, HONOLULU, T. II., TUESDAY, .HINT 23, 190S.
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OUR SPECIALS for this week are Good Vnluc in themselves, without
considering their Low Price I
SPECIAL IN WASH GOODS:
Soie Du Monde
A sheer pretty wash material in
beautiful colorings and novel pat
terns. 30o quality, at 25 a yard.
Silk Sofa Cushions
Pretty designs and colors. $2.25
White coiduroy,' brown, and red
serge. $1.25' Tarns, 90.
Merry Widow Neckwear
An Extra New Assortment. Here are some of the prettiest styles shown
this season, all new and fashionable:
At 35 Pretty bows of Filet At 30 Silk bows in all colors
Net, all lace, plain net with lace edge, 835 J-La'wn jabots in all
nil silk, in delicate shades. white and delicate tinted borders.
New Neck Ruching
An entire new assortment just opened, showing the very latest styles.
BOX RUCHING, 0 pieces in box, no two pieces alike, 35 box.
N. S. Sachs Dry floods Co., Ltd.
THE STORE WITH THE MONEY-BACK POLICY.
Painted and Repaired
The time to have your Auto or
Carriage Repaired is BEFORE it
The time to Paint is BEFORE it
begins to look shabby.
We furnish Rubber Tires for Autos
All work first-class and guaranteed.
SCHUMAN CARRIAGE CO.
MERCHANT STREET, NEAR ALAKEA STREET
In polka dots, stripes, and figured.
$1.00 quality, 75 a yard.
WHITE SILK-TAILORED BELTS
75c Belts, 40 each.
Tassel ends in green and red
stripes. $1.25 Curtains, 90 a oair.
Richard Buhler And
Shows worth the while, from n
piofcwlonal standpoint, so seldom
nrc scon In Honolulu thnt when otio
ilocs como thcatcr-Roers usually light
shy a little before expressing nn opin
ion or even attending the Initial per
formance. This, hottccr, was not
the case last night. Tho "show
fans" of Honolulu were nil there to
bco "Tho Climbers" from tho man In
tho hald-hcadcd row, to whom tho
dainty soubrctto throw kisses, to the
small boy In tho topmost seat In
"heaven," who stamped and whistled
through his ringers nt every oppor
tunity. Mellaril lluhler Is good. Ito Is
Known here, and his popularity was
testified to last night when tho au
dience applauded him to tho echo as
he mado his first nppcaranco on the
stage. For that matter, there seemed
to bo a sort of welcoming frntcrnlty
In tho audience, for as each now face
camo before tho footlights It was tho
signal for n hurst of applause. And
It wns deserved, for not only wai( the
play n strong one, CUdo Kllch nt
his best, which means a good deal,
but nlso It was well held up by the
cntlro company. Tho Individual
members showed their professional
ism, and it wus appreciated.
Tho play told tho old, old story
which Is ever now, that of tho man
who pi mi gel Into tho nbyss of In
debtedness following tho vain hopo
of making millions, and how It final
ly led him Into tho embezzlement of
funds entrusted him by n friend,
Hlchnid lluhler carried tho part, that
of Dick Sterling, well, his. nctlng be
ing nt times a trifle forced, making,
on tho whole, however, a distinct Im
pression on tho audience. Opposite
him was Frunk K. Montgomery, ns
Kdward Warden, a truo friend,
though In lovo with Sterling's wlto,
and his acting reached nt times
heights that held tho nudlcnco spell
bound until ho had finished. Miss
Mao Kenne, taking tho part of Mrs.
Sterling, was excellent. Others In
tho company supported tho leaders In
good shape, arid tho two members of
the company who mndo n distinct hit
were thoso who did the specialties be
tween acts, tho pretty tittle sou
bretto winning applause from every
one In tho audience ns well ns
keeping them in a roar of laughter
by her clever songs and dances.
Sonny Cunha turned loose somo
of tho best orchestral music that hns
been heard In n theater here for a
long time. Ills cholco was good, for
ho played selections from new and
old comic operas.
The St. Louis College commence
ment exercises wero held nt 9 o'clock
yesterday In tho college hall, thero
being n largo attendance. Tho mem
bers of the graduating class nro a
Chris Holt, S. 0. Achong. P, J. 1.5.
nndru, II. W. English, M. Mendonca
John C. Choug.
Tho program wns as follows;
March "Tho Victorious Eaglo".l.osey
Chorus "Itall.i" .. Donizetti
' Choir nml Orchestra,
tlccltatloiis "What I Have,"
"What They Caught" . ... No. 4
Recitation "Good-Hyo" .... Primary
Recitations "On tho Main Truck"
"An Interrupted Recitation" . No. 3
rtecltatlons "Welcome," "Tom
my's Plpo" Select
Ilecltntlon "Tho Ciofb on tho
I.edgo" No. 2
Recitations "Our Flag," "Mr.
Rooster I.oarns' Something" ....
Chorus "Camp Klres" .. Mercadantc
Choir and Orchestra.
Dialogue "Honesty Hen aided". No. 1
Recitations "A Queer Utile Man"
"Incident of tho French Camp''
Monologue "Tho Schoolboy"
I. eon Sterling
Dialogue "Tho Pag's Revolt" ....
i P Grammar
Monologue ".Mosquitoes" . . . Kdward
aavotto "Klrst Heart Throbs" ..
Distribution of premiums.
Valedictory II. Mendonca.
Chorus "Slurs and Stripes" ..Sonsa
Clolr and Orchestra.
Flnalo "Merry Widow" I.ehai
At n meeting of tho odkors of the
National Guard last night Colonel C
W. Zleglor was elected colonel of the
First Regiment, National Guard ,of
Hawaii, to succeed ' the placu made
vacant by Sam Johnson. Thero, woe
no opposition, tho election being unan
Imous, L f
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PURSER tfl'ECT; PHILLIPS' the
popular factqteni of tho .Manna Kca,
reports sugar on Hawaii as follows:
Olaa. 51,903; Walakea, 10,000:' Ha
waii Mill, "000; Walnaku, 25,000; Ono
mea, 10.000; Popeckeo, 11,000; Honb
mu, 14,900; Hakalau, 14,500; Laupa
hochoe, 20.000; Ookala, 7300; Kukal
au, 8000; Hamakua, 21,000; Paauhau,
14,000; Honokaa, 10.000; Kukullmelc,
4000; Punaluu, 10,518; Honuapo, 6142.
TENYO MARU MAKES FAST TRIP
(Continued from Faze 1)
U. H. cruiser St. Louis, now In this
Tho wireless sho carries can talk
at 140 miles. It Is tho Invention of
O. Asano and M. Salko, engineers, De
partment of Communication, and Is
called Tcl-shln-sho. Asano repre
sented tho Japanese Government nt
tho International Wireless Telogrnph
Conference nt Uerlln in 190C.
No official messages were among
thoso sent from tho Tenyo while she
was still off port. Sho had ono for
Captain Cleaved of tho St. Louis and
two for Hack fold.
On July 1st, tho International sta
tions will bo formally opened, and
then official messages while sho Is
still at sea will be posslbc. It Is
probablo that all of tho Marus will
now bo fitted with tho wireless appli
ances' and all of tho now boats for
this lino ns they are built will bo so
Tho Tenyo Maru Is a naval reserve
ship, and her operator Is a naval
man, appointed by tho Japanese
On tho trip over, dances wero held
on tho spacious decks, and various
entertainments planned for, which
will bo hold during tho remainder ot
tho trip to tho Coast. Among them
are two fancy drtss balls, mid an ath
letic day, tho latter to bo held to
morrow. Sho has facilities for tho publica
tion of (i newspaper dally, but has so
far gotten out no number, us tho
compositor has been noncstibus. Sho
will luivo tho dully nows aboard, how
over, for tho rest of tho trip. Tho
papor is to bo published In Kngllsh.
Sho lands 24 passengers In this
port, Sho will carry'out In tho cabin
tomorrow 158 persons.
Sho had 99 Japanese, 1 Chinese,
and 14 Hindus In tho steerage for
this port. i
House and Lot on liliha
Street, near Vineyard, 2
Bedrooms. Toilet and Bath.
Sewer. Car Line.
Cash or Easy Payment.
P. E. R. Strauch
K It is so much' easier to pay a little at n time, L
K That's whv we decided to sell Victors on the &
V easy pay ncnt plan. B
V You oajht to have a H
H in your hone today. You can afford it. In H
B fact, under the circumstances, you - H
L can't afford not to. Cafe K
Washing is a Bugbear
to the average housewife. IT NEEDN'T BE. Washing is
easy, quick, and convenient when you use the modern
Order from your grocer.
H. HACKFELD & CO.,
Let ns figure on wiring your house. The initial
cost it soon absorbed and forgotten when tho 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 re luces labor, economizes space and
accelerates, production. We would like to figure on your
power needs. This IS OUR BUSINESS.
Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.,
Sho also had one Jnpanoso stow
away. The craft Is n magnificent one, tho
queen of tho 1'aclllc. Sho will bo open
this afternoon from 1 to r o'clock for
the public. Erncut Knal's orchestra
will perforin, meanwhile. Tho ves
sel Is of 21,000 tons displacement,
14,000 tons gross and 72GI, tons not.
Sho has flvo decks. Sho Is albo a
tilpIo-scrowpturblne, the only ono of
ts kind runiilng to theso waters. Hor
accommodations are palatial: the
promenades roomy; tho fittings beau
tiful. Sho Is worth seeing.
This morning sho had n list to
starboard owing to tho f.ict that fcho
used her oil from ono side, to take
on moro hero. She will receive
about GfiOO barrels.
I'romlncnt among her passengers
arc: K. Huashlda, secretary general
of tho Houso of Representatives; K.
Vabasl, official of finance, bound for
Loudon; (I, Tukcda, deputy, Imperial
Japanese Oovcrumuiit; O. M. Araka
wa, Minister Plenipotentiary to Mox
tco; S. Taknhasbl, vlco consul at
San Francisco; K. Hnmano, a mer
chant of this city; H. Uchl. Y. Ku-
J. A. GILMAN
Shipping and Commission Merchant
FIRB AND MARINE
Arthur Sewall & Co., Bath, Maine
Parrott & Co., San Francisco
Aachen and Munich Fire Insurance Co.
Mannheim Insurance Co.
wah.ii.i, M. Ota, and J. lllratnalsii,
all mcichnnts of Honolulu; Krcil. A.
(tardner of tho Union lion WorkF;
C. I). Hunker, a custom houso broker
of S.m Francisco; I). L, Rlrhardson,
secretary of tho Japanese Consulato
at San Francisco; O. Rlckards, Chi
nese interpreter of San Francisco;
.Mrs. 13. 11. Thorn, wlfo of u Yoko
hama editor' L. Lambert, lord sur
U'or, Hongkong; Mrs. M. F. Lowen
stclu, wlfo of a partner in a big Ma
nila commercial Jlrm; W. Horns, n
naval architect, "cmplojed by the
SlamcsQ, government, now on n leave
of absence; nnd F. S. Farnsworth, thu
T. K. K. foreign superintendent.
Mrs. McCune, who Is a stopover
passonger, wns sii'Monly taken sltk
with appendicitis Mime days ago at
scu, and Is to go to tho hospital hero
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The only two good smoking
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