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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU. T. If., WnnNESDAY. JUNE , 190S
OUR SPECIALS for this week are Good Value in themselves, without
considering their low Price! '
SPECIAL IN WASH GOODS:
Soie Du Monde
A sheer pretty wash material ia
beautiful colorings and novel pat
terns. 30c quality, at 25 a yard.
Silk Sofa Cushions
Pretty designs and colors. $2.25
" White coiduroy, brown, and red
serge. $1.25 Tarns, J)0.
I.: 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, 00 a nair.
Merry Widow Neckwear
An Extra New Assortment. Here are some of the prettiest styles shown
this season, all new and fashionable:
At CSV Pretty bows of Filet At 304 Silk bows in all colon
Net, all lace, plain net with lace edge, VSj-Lawn jaboU in all
all 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, G pieces in bos, no two pieces alike, 35 box.
N. S. Sachs Dry Goods Co., Ltd.
THE STORE WITH THE MONEY-BACK POLICY.
Farmers Institute Hears
Of Industries In
The quarterly meeting of the
Formers' Institute of Hawaii, re
cently held nt tlie Knmehnmeha
Schools, wnB well attended and prov
ed to be one of the most Interesting.
After the. InislnoHs meeting the Me
chitnlcnl and Agricultural Depart
ments were visited. Tim evening
meeting proved to be very Interest
ing. I1'. T. 1. Wntcihouxo gave nn ad
dress on the Riibject of "Some Agri
cultural Industries In the Fur East."
Ills travels wcro mainly through tho
Btrults Settlements of the Mnlny Pe
ninsula. He also visited tho Islands
of Sumatra mid Ceylon.
Mr. Wuterhoiiso wns very much
nurprlsoil to find the fedvinted states
of tho Malay Peninsula ro well gov-'
erned nnd cut) thing so progressive.
Though each of tho four stntes have
repnrate governments they are under
llrltlsh rule, which prevents nny
rash uprisings. Asldo from tho mil
itary policing of the country, llrltlsh
ofllccrx nro nppointcd to sit In coun
cil with tho natlvo governors nnd
have n voice In nil questions of Im
portance. The speaker wns surpris
ed to 11ml these Malay stntes possess
ing tho best macadam roads that he
had ever seen nnd railroad building Is
being carried on rather extensively.
The nutomohllo nnd many of the
Other Intest Improved conveniences
nro to be found In extensive use nnd
traveling Is less expensive Hunt In
our own country. Outside of tho
larga cities, ns Singapore, George
town lit Penang, and other seaport
towns, there arc no hotels, but tho
government furnishes whnt nro cull
ed rest houses or lodging houses,
which ure leased to the keepers who
furnish the meals. The keepers' re
ward being for the food only. The
charges for the lodging go to tho
government. This peninsula possess
rs many extensive tin mines, from
which n very large part of the
World's output Is obtained and from
tvilch the Malay states receive their
Mr. Wntcrhouso spoko of tho un
healthy condition of the country, ma
larla being very prevalent on account
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The time to haye 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
AH work first-class and guaranteed.
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MERCHANT STREET, NEAR ALAKEA STREET
f the low tint lands, nbiindnuco of
wild animals gave him some fear, hut
he was frequently Informed that the
rnnn-eating tigers were only danger
ous when very hungry nnd that they
would not light unless cornered. MnnJ
kinds of monkeys nro to bo found In
tho woods and there creatures nre
much used by tho natives In picking
their crop of coconnuts. The monkey
Is required to climb tho tree nnd lu
controlled by moans of a strong cord
which the tnnstor holds and when the
monkey attempts to pick a nut that Is
loo green, n nnk on .the string by the
master Is sufficient to convince ,tho
monkey that ho must make some oth
er selection; in this way tho great
crop from which coprn, the much
used food product ,of tho Malays, Is
guthcrcd. Tho cocoanut trees nre
grown In largo plantations; tho trees
being set In rows In hiicIi n way that
tney nro rrom ten to twenty feet npart.
Tho trees seem more proline than
those of Hawaii. They nru to somo
extent uttneked by Insects, though ef
forts nro token to destroy tho beetle.
Their rnvngos do not seem as liilur.
Ions i)U do tho ravages of insects to
llio cocoanut In Hawaii.
The banana Industry seems very
much Inferior to that of our own a
rlollos, nro fow and good fruit scarce.
Pineapples nro much grown In nonie
localities nnd though the Malay coun
try has a reputation of pioduclng a
fine fruit for European markets, the
speaker says lie saw no good pineap
ples whllo thero. Ho lslted a locality
that Is said to produce the finest pines
in tho world but from repeated exam
inations he reports them small, woody
ainl almost tasteless conjured with
tho pineapples of Haw-all. Their fruit
for canning Is very small, tho largest
only weighing "about thrco pounds.
Plnenpplo canneries nre managed on
what seems to nn American to" bo n
very unenterprising basis, most 'nil of
the work being done by hand and by
very cheap coolie labor.
Many of tho Industries of the Malay
jtates are largely controlled by tho
Chtncso planters, most of whom hue
become very wealthy.
Mr. Waterhouso spoko to consider
able extent on tho rubber Industry.
Ho lenrned much of their methods of
cultivation, gathering of tho product,
otc, etc. Ho saw plantations of the
Ccara and of tho iluvea also of Ficus
olastlca. Ttio clearing of tho land ns
well ns tho caro of tho trees Is an Im
portant problem to tho lubber grower
In the Malay country. In tho wooded
sections, tho natives become ery
skillful lu clearing and n piece of lanil
cleared needs but little cultivation, na
tho boII Is very loose, so looso In fact
that a stick can be pushed down for
about two feet most anywhere. Tho
higher lands also produce good rubber,
but tho conrso grass Is much more
difficult to clear than Is the timber of
tho lower lands. Tho speaker wont
into much detail to dcscrlbo tho meth
ods of planting, methods of tupping,
and tho coit of production. Ho also
exhibited a number of specimens of
tho crudo rubber that lie had collect
ed from trees both In tho Far Hast
and on Maul. Tho photographs passed
about gavo tho audlenco an excellent
idea of his trip. At tho cIobo of tin;
address many question's wero asked
and much discussion followed.
Hawaii may bo grateful for having
had a representative visit tho Far East
for tho purpose of studying tho agrl'
cultural industries, nnd as nn export
ho will no doubt be ablo to greatly aid
the rubber Industry toward becoming
tho most advanced In the world.
(Special to the I) u 1 1 e 1 1 n)
Hanalel, Kauai, Juno 22. Tom
O'ltrlen of von Hamm-Young Co.,
whllo on tho road between Llhue
ind Hanalel, and about two miles
from tho Kilauea sugar plantation,
met with what might havo resulted
In a serious accident to him and the
driver. Whllo Tom ' was dozing In
tho wagon something between the
front and rear wheels under the
jody of his cart gavo way and caused
the downfall of Tom, driver, nnd all
(nit the pole, front wheels and hors
3s. After extricating himself from
the wreck, Tom found himself In
tact; not so with tho driver, who
had received Injuries to his legs.
Seeing that his wagon was now uec
lcsswlthout tho horses and front
wheels, Tom and tho driver found It
necessary to walk to Kilauea. So
they started on tho two-mile walk,
Tom with a crownlcss hat, and tho
driver limping. About u half-mile
or so up the road they found their
horses tangled up In n fence nlong
ildo tho road. They hnd extracted
ibout half a dozen posts of one of
tho Kilauea plantation fences. Att
ar tho party nrrlvcd In Kilauea, the
plantation kindly sent out ano of
tholr wagons to tho wreck and
brought It to Kllaucu with all nf
Tom's belongings. After getting an
other wagon and n now hat, Tom
proceeded on his way to Hanalel the
next day without further mishap.
For further description apply 'to
Thomas O'llrlen of tho von Hamm
On Friday the Hanalel school clos
ed for the summer vacation with
recitations mid songs thnt wero crcd
Itablo to the fcchoo) und Its teachers,
whoso work In the school and yard
have earned them n good vacation.
Tlckots for tho Atlantic fleet ball
can ha procured ot tho following
places; Hawaiian News Co., Ltd.
Chambors Drug Co., Ltd., Wall. Nlch
ols Co, Ltd., Ueuson, Smith & Co.
Ltd., Rorgstrom Music Co., Ltd.. Hoi
lister & Co., Ltd., M. A. Guust & Co.,
M, Mclnerny, Ltd.
Fine Job Printing at tho Bulletin,
Tomo.-.ow will he a bucy day nt
Oalm College. In tho morning nt
9:30 the (l-slng cxe.rhoi of the
Pre.iarnt.i. Sthixl will be held In
Chns It lllunop Hull In addition
to the essays from members of the
graduating cln3c, the program wllf
have numbers by tho various grades
In the school. The drill by the
King's (luard will bo w'oll worth see
ing. Principal Chns, T. Fills will
hnve chin ge of the exercises nnd will
ghe the diplomas to the class.
In the evening the lotlcgo chorus
es will glo n concert under tho ill
lection of 11. Utidlnnd Dodo. The
program contains an excellent varie
ty of songs lu which the choruses will
appear to advantage.
I). P. II. Isenbcrg'wlll sing two
numbers. Those who know the
excellence of Mr. Isenberg's singing
ale looking forward with pleasure
to his solos.
The concert will be In Chns. It.
nishop Hall nt 8 o'clock.
As Is usual with Punahou com
mencement programs, both tho clos
ing exercises and the concert nre
open to tho friends of the school. All
will be welcome.
Thn WMlnrn P.-iplfln Ilnr.il, I ,if Mn-
19 sns of Madam Arral:
Madamo IJIancha Arral,1 the prlmi
donna of four continents, gao a iios;
delightful concert at Town Hall on
WodnPKll.-lV PVf.nltif lflat tn n Iqptrn
and most enthusiastic nudlcnco. Wu
nan ueeu preparo.1 nftur perming the
flattering press notices of o-ory Aus-
tralastail nowsltnnor tn hunt- anmnthltif
out of the common and we wero not
liisappointcu. Her voice has tho me
lodious quaver of tho Inrk and power
In tho upper register that begets con
fidence nnd full dramatic frffoct. The
program, which was a liberal one, wns
protracted to twice Its original length
by renson of persistent encores which
tho charming soprano willingly re
sponded to. The gifted Blnger wns
greeted with applause when shu np-
linnroil in dint' Imc flruf oi.w. f !....
du Page" from tho Hugcnots, which
mowed nor supremo command over
her magnificent voice. Ar nn encore
sho Bang (Jnnz's "Sing Swoet Ulrd." lu
n wny that took tho honso by storm.
This was followed by tho "Jewel
Song" from Faust, followed by nn en
core froni the snmo opera, tho prayer
irom aci iv, tno prison scene. In tho
second half sho sang "Habanera,"
from Carmen In response to tho vocif
erous demands of tho audience, who
vera not to bo denied.
Madamo Arral appears nt tho Opera
House Tttesilriv nrenlnir In II... ..-In.
cpal grand opera arias. Seats at 7Ec,
i aim i.ou, nro on salo nt Wall,
Parties who havo secured accommo
dation for tho "Elks' Illlo Excursion."
will plnso .call upon Mr. Easton ot
tho Hawaiian Offlco Specialty Co. and
(ako up their tickets as soon ns pos
sible. They will not bo held Inter
than 1 p. m.. 3aturdny, Juno 27th.
BUHLER AND LIMEY
i Tl.it recond nppoarance of rtlchard
Duliler and the I.umlcy company at
ino urpnouni, last night, called forth
u good lioin.0 nnd ou'rono In tho
large audience was pleased, juJglng
from the applause, nnd the personal
lomments ns they wero leading tho
piny liono "Tho Cllmbsrs" is no
doubt onu of the strongest plnye seen
In Honolulu In a long tlmo and tho
treatment It eceicd at tho hands of
Mr. Iluhlar nn I the Lumley company
Is be) onil ciltiOsin Kvviy member
of tho big compnn enters In'o th
spirit Of the plj and i their com
blued efforts make It a big mircess
Tonight will be the last performance
flf "Tho Climbers." Starling tomoi
low night, tho Company will be seen
In Richard Harding Davis' master
piece, "SoldlerR of Fortune " The
original acting version used by ltob
i-rt Kdson will la used with Hlchard
lluhler In the role of Hubert Cla
Frank E. Montgomery as Captain
Swift, Virginia Thornton ns Ilojio
Lnughnni. 8 eclal cconory nnd cos
lumen will be used to make this ,ro
ductlon tho uvent of the season New
specialties will br Introduced between
nets by Miss Ilrundon nn 1 Hairy Taj.
lor. Seats nre now selling
ON THE JUMP
Sccretnn Mott-Smllh received
wireless from Jnck Atkinson late et
torday dated at Ollnda, nn
It Is possible that on account of tlu
lateness of the hour, the party cu
out tho ride down the Hnnn coast, an
mndo straight for Knhulul in the
Weather conilitlmm rlnlil H in rrl.
able thnt the party spent last night on
uia summit or iinie.iKula, for the plan
wero so arranged. Tho party shoul
be in Kahulul harbor this morning
nnd afternoon driving to I.nlialna.
Believe in lucky Numbers.
At till) nillllll- ll.mil prinrnH In I,.
given this evening nt Aula Pari-, tit
louowing win he the program:
March "ttiRin.rlliiiiM T-t..,r
Overture "Italian In Algiers" .'..'.
-. . ltosstm
Intermezzo "Rapid Transit" ..Arndt
Selection "Tliu Ijombardlans". Verdi
Vocnl Hawaiian Songs...nr. by llcrger
mi -on rarauo"; (h) "Tho Culras-
Waltz "Artist Llfo" Strnusr
March "Schneider's Hand". Luscmnb
"Tho Stnr Spangled llnnnert"
The Fleet It coming. Let ut clean
up th. City.
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Bedrooms. Toilet and Bath
fewer. Car line.
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