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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU,. T. II., FRIDAY, JULY 10, 1908.
Now In Progress
A Clearing Event Absolutely-Unprecedented
' vffaj Not merely a Special
.A" . !; certain articles, bi
In Every Department
A General Breaking of Prices
All Goods marked in plain figures
and sold for cash only
N. S. Sachs Dry Goods Co,
THE STOBE WITH THE MONEY-BACK POLICY.
Keep your lamps trimmed
and burning and your ice
box filled with SODA WATER
We have the best SODA WATER
CONSOLIDATED SODA WORKS CO., LTD.
O. 8. LEITHEAD, Manager. . TELEPHONE 71.
. 1929 KALAKAUA AVENUE.
CHAS. R. ROE
. MECHANICAL ENGINEER
Sweet Violet Butter
The Best Made.
2 Lbs. for 75c
PATENTS Applied For r A VPP HAD X. fft
GENERAL BUSINESS MAN t" V -- UI w'
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y UM Short Notice and Quick Delivery.
EAGLE DYEING AND
Tort Street. Phone 675!
Bamboo Furniture Made to Order.
v Picture Framing a Specialty.
563 S. BERETANIA ST.
LOVEJOY & CO.
"WHOLESALE DEALERS AND IM
- ; PORTERS OF WINES AND
-' ,-The latest and largest assortment
of- hand-mode and painted leather
i postcards in Hawaiian Views, Flow
ers and Fruits, at
v';WEED0N'S CURIOSITY BAZAAR,
,, Alakea St., bet. King and Merchant.
HOTEL AND BETHEL STREETS.
New Moving Pictures
Introducing Famous Subjects Never
Before Shown Here.
ENTIRE CHANGE EVERY MONDAY
TUESDAY and FRIDAY.
Admission 10 cents
Children 5 cents
MAIL NEWS REVIEWED
in tfksf nmmm :
Ilccoril'j of calea of really In San
Kraticlcco dlurlnc last six "tnuiiths
chows nn Increase! of mure than -10 per
cent on galea during last half of 1UU7.
Army onkurx nliovo runt: of captain
ordered to rldo W) miles or walk Do In'
Death calls HorIo O'Donnoll, cham
pion bad man of Son Frnnclico, whoso
blnffH frightened many.
Flro destroys tho Altcnlielm, Kast
Oakland, nnd renders homeless St
aged nnd Inform inmates.
Ilerkoley Chamber of Commerce In
dorses work of nntl-rucctrack leaRiio
ami promises public demonstration.
Tho fmthcr reduction In tho .water
rntus or, Oakland Is hiivIiik Hint city
approximately u quarter of a million
dollars ii year.
Curious bookkeeping shows iiow tho
Spring Vulley plant has doubled In
Judge Qaynor of Now York is likely
to bo urged by Tammany lenders as
candldato for vice presidential nomina
tion. Frank P. Hunker Is tho new-Buper-jntendent
of Ilcrkeluy schools.
.1 runes W. Hen In Interview reveals
whole history of Southern Pacific cor;
riiptlou of California politics and statu
San Josu politician In letter tq may
or elect of San .lose bares crooked
practices of both partleH in locnl.'ntate
ami. national elections.
llcrrln's former lieutenant produces
letter In .which Southern Pacific buss
admits that V. J. Hrynn rodo on frco
pass during western campaign In '90s.
Tony I.ovenll Is caught by San Pran
Cisco Sheriff, but denies complicity In
kldnnplng of Edim ' Domerglne nud
Kugllsb sulfrngefto, sentenced to
prison, says that next lime women
will use bombs.
Count Zeppelin eclipses all word
records for stcernblu balloons, remain
ing in air 12 hours and traversing
greater part of northern Switzerland.
Plot for general uprising In Mexico
Is revealed by papers taken In raid on
revolutionary society nt San Antonio.
"Thloves, scoundrels, robbers," are
terms applied to W. P. Ilerrln mid
Jero Durko of Southern Pacific by
'Mini" Ilea of Han Jose, who claims' ho
has been defrauded In salo of' inter
urban railway bonds.
Kxponscs of California for tho fiscal
year Just closed exceed $15,000,000,
showing an Increase ovdr last year.
Gcorgo H. Daniels, passenger truf
fle manager of tho New York Central
Now guvcrnnient Hags contain 40
stars, ouo 'for Oklahoma.
Korean' sympathizers kill 1,000
countrymen who nre loyal to. Japan.
Mexico 'revolutionists mnko raid in
Texas and capturo cattle and people
along border arm to repel possible at
tack.. ' '
Prof. W. .T. V. Osterhout discovers
that sodium protects plant llfo as well
as that of animals.
James II. Forgun of Chicago, ad
dressing a meeting of bankers at Pe
oria, 111., condemned tho proposed plan
to guarantee bank deposits by law.
Agreement reached by which Mrs.
O'llrlcn Is awarded dlvorco nnd $10
000 nnd name of Colonel Mnddox Is
eliminated from case.
Cljarles M. Shortrldgo of Sun Joso
weds Mrs. Delmns Walter Martin.
Knglncer J. II. Dockwe4ler says
Spring Valley water company was ro
sponsLblo for burning of San Francis
co in that It failed to lay Its main
pipes on solid ground.
Sham battlo results in victory for
torpedo boats nnd almost total "de
struction" for tho fleet In San' Fran
Thomas Hill, tho veteran palntor,
whom ado specialty of Yosemlto valley
fcccncs, died at Raymond.
Arthur h. Adams, expert engineer,
ocucplcs stand nil day in water rate
enso nnd figures vnlim of Spring Val
ley plant at $42,GOO,000.
Governor Glllott, calls meeting to se
cure perpetuation nf protection tariff
for California stnto products.
Southern Pacific ,1s again Indicted
becauso of rebates granted to Miller
Dig growth In San Francisco's pop.
ulntlon shown by school consus,
Department of AgrlcuHuro spends
moro money In California than in nny
other stato In Union, writes Sccrefnry
Wilson In giving nssurancu of continu
ation of soil surveys.
Henry Wnttcrson -denounces Judge
Parker in' hurnlujr, words for 'attempt
ing to drag tho corpse of Cleveland In
to tho national convention, ' '
neprcsentntlvo llurton of Ohio may
bo put forward to opposo Forakor for
Clark Kennedy, an Englishman,;
has been captured by tribesmen near
Tetuan, Morocco, nnd is being hold
John D. Rockefeller, it is announc
ed, will write his autobiography,
which will bo published serially' in
an Eastern magazine.
Fourteen donkeys, tho smallest
over seen In America, being about the
slzo of largo dogs, have reached Now
York from Sardinia nnd will bo tnkon
to the country homo of David N. Good
rich, n retired rubber mechnnt, for
Monsieur Blanehard, of Paris thinks
He Deserves Honors Trans
lators Turned Down.
Monsieur Illnnchard of Paris,
France, hns written to Governor
Prcnr nskiug that the llonornblo Or
der of Knplolnni the Great bo be
stowed upon him. Tho letter, which
was In the French Innguage, states
that tho writer has met many llu-
wallans In his oinclal'capaclty ns
surgeon, nnd Hint he has Tor them tho
highest esteem ami respect, lie also
says that ho feels that the conferring
of the Order on him would repa'y him
for his services to tho "Governor's
A bill for translation of tho letter
was disapproved, mid the learned
translators iwcrc told to consult' tho
BLANCHE ARRAL SINGS
AT ORPHEUM TONIGHT
Tho managers of the Orphciiui the
ater, Jop Cohen ami Gcrnld It. I'.nmloy,
have shown great enterprise In en
gaging tho noted singer. Miss Illanchc
Arrnl, wImi only recently gavo n con
cert nt tho Opera House, to glvo twe
concerts at tho Orphcmu III conjunc
tion with Itlchnrd iluhler'apd ho I.uni
ley company, Tmilght 'Miss Arral
will sing between tho second and third
nets of "Thu Silver King." giving u
shurt repertoire of the choicest selec
lions from grand opera, both in Itnl
Inn and Kiiglli.li. Her program will
consume about twenty five minutes,
There Is a big demand fur seats, n
great number of leading citizens pur
chasing simply to hear Miss Arrnl
flng, hut they will bo agreeably sur
prised by thu clever performance ot
tho "Sliver King," ns presented by
tho I.uinlcy company, which tin doubt
Is tho best organization of thu kind tc
visit Honolulu. Miss Arral will also
appear next Tuesday uvenln. There
aro a fow choice seats left and no one
can afford to. mh$, this treat.
MEET TO DECIDE ON
USE OF FLEET FUND
In order to arrlvo at a final decision
ns to thu disposal' nt tho Meet fund, t
meeting ot tjio .Jppaneso Fleet Com
mlttco will be held this nfternoou. 1)
Yonekiira, the chairman of tho com
mlttco, discussed tho question with
Dr. T. Mltnmura this forenoon rind do
elded to call a meeting. From. tiled
general discussion of the matter, II
was evident that they favored expend
lug tho money for free transportation
of the uniformed men. Of course, thli
will liaVo to ho discussed nt tho meet
ing today nnd ln.suujcct to the will ol
tho, majority. Yonckura said lodaj
that tho money was In readiness to be
turned over to tho Ways and 'Meant
Committee, but before doing so Ik
wanted to obtain nn expression of the
sentiment of tho Japanese. Fleet Com
niltteo. Ho docs not want to give
directions to tho Exccutlvo Commit
tee as to how tho money should be
expended without tho approval of hir
committee. At any rate, the furid
which amounts In $1700 In cash, wltl
tho prospective subscription of SCOC
to bo collected, will bo turned oyer to
tho Ways and .Means Committee some
time tomorrow. Tho list ot names ol
the subscribers will havo to be made
and submitted when the cash Is turned
at the automobiles, buggies and car
riages we have recently overhauled
and painted '
THEN SEE US.
W. W. Wright Go,
The Weekly Edition of the Evening
Bulletin gives a complete summary cf
L.tie newi of lha day.
$600 6 Room Cottage at Kapahulu.
Lot 50 x 100. Easy Terms.
$17. Modern Cottane, Hotel St.. 2
$25. Large, Airy House, Kaimuki,
on Car Line, ?. Bedrooms, over l
Acre Lot, Bananas.
P. E. R. Strauch
JURY STILL OUT
Tho Jury in tho Manuel Cruz case
is still out. They wero locked up lute
yesterday afternoon, and this mornlnf
when called Into tho court room stated
that they wero yet unable to reach k
verdict. Judgo Do Dolt nskod them II
thero wns nny way in which ho could
assist them with regards to thu avl
denco, hut thoy seemed perfect!)
clear. It is understood Hint they nre
split about even for conviction and nc
MISS TOWER HERE
Miss Grnco Hortcnso Towor of Pas
adena arrived nn tho Alameda thlr
morning accompanied by two friends,
who mako up a Jelly party that 7I11
spend three weeks in the Islands. Miss
Towor wus met nt tho steamer by a
largo number of friends who will do
their utmost to make tho stay of her
self and friends as, pleasant ns that of
two years ago. The party Is stopping
at tho Young Hotel. Miss Tower is
an accomplished newspaper woman
nnd besides hepwork on tho Pasadena
News has dono considerable magazine
Charles M. Phillips, founder ot tho
Christian Standard, brother ot ox
Congressman Thomas W. Phillips of
Nowcnstlc, Pa., nnd a member ot tho
Arm of Phillips Jims.' Company, oil
producoif, is dead at Pusadcua, Cat.
The Ilusso-Chlneso bank. In spite
ot the protest of the Hussion Lega
tion at Pokln, will Immediately with
draw Its branches from that portion
of Manchuria over which Japan exor
elsoH Its Influence, according to a re-'
WAITY BLDG, No. 74 S. KING ST.'l'ort from Mukden, China.
Take a Shot At
Well Supply You with Guns and Ammunition
THE coming of the Fleet affords a rare chance for
you to get fine picturespictures that you will
beglad to have and proud of having taken. Such a
grand spactacle has never before been seen here and
may never be seen again.
Everything favors the man with the Kodakthe
clear Honolulu air, the grouping of the vessels .and the
easy access to points of vantage insure some 'very re
markable Fleet Pictures.
Get yourself a Kodak now, when it will dp the
1 most good. Or bring out the old one, and we will
overhaul it and clean it up free of charge.
Don't wait ! Don't miss your chance ! Get
your Supplies now ! The Fleet will soon be here
HONOLULU PHOTO SUPPLY CO.
"Everything Photographic" Fort nr. Hotel t
The acknowledged standard
ON DISPLAY AT OUR GARAGE
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