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LAST DAYS FINAL DAYS
Our Annual Sale means a Profit
'It means a Saving on Everything
N.S. Sachs Dry Goods Co.
Cor. Beretania and Fort Sts.
for a case of the best soda water that ever caine out of a
factory. Ginger Ale and Hires Boot Beer, 70 cents a case.
CONSOLIDATED SODA WORKS CO., LTD.
G. S. LEITHEAD, Manager,
Joseph A. Gilman,
SHIPPING AND COMMISSION MERCHANT.
INSUItANCE-FIRE AND MARINE.
Agent for ARTHUR SEWALL & CO., Bath, Maine;
PARROTT & CO., San Francisco.
SHIPS OF PACIFIC SQUADRON GO
OUT ON EXPERIMENT
The nrmorcd cruisers Tennessee,
Washington, nnd California sailed
July 2 for San Diego, each with a
torpedo destroyer In tow. The mos
quito ships that will bo towed lira
the Terry, Preble, nnd Tarrasut.
The crulso has been undertaken ns
n towing test and by the timo the
cruisers and their tows return. In
about ten dnjs, It Is thought that the
problem of rendering tlio mosquito
licet Independent of coaling stations
will havo been sohed. Tlio ships will
remain at San Dlcgo nbout two days
and will then return nnd prcparo for
tlio longer cruise In which the eight
cruisers will take part, each with n
dcstroer tagging on behind.
Different methods of towing will
bo tried during the short cruise. Tlio
torpedo boat destroyers will nlso bo
turned adrift in da) light nnd dark to
afford practice to the crown of cruis
ers anil destroyers In tlio sometimes
difficult task of recovering n lost tow.
The South Dakota was to havn taken
part In this cruise, but the troubje
with Its lilgh-prcssuro cylinders will
keep the new cruiser In the hands of
Following Is the Itinerary of Im
migration Inspector Drown, for the
purposo of Issuing certificates of citi
zenship to Amcrlcan-born Chinese:
ISLAND OP OAHU
Honolulu July 1C to July 31, Au
gust 29 to August 31, November 30
to December 7, Dcccmbor 14 to De
comber 31, February 1 to February
28, at Immigration Station.
Wnlalua August 3 to August 8,
runaluu August 10 to August IS
In Sit clubhouse.
Kancohe August 20 to August 27.
ISLAND OF MAUI
Lahalna September 2 to Septem
ber 8, at hotel.
Walluku September 10 to Scptcm
bcr 17, nt hotel.
Maknwao September 19 to Octo
Hnnn October fi to October 9.
ISLAND OF LANAI
No stop will bo mado on Lanal.
Applicants will corao to Lahnlna,
Maul, or any other (stopping point
convenient to them.
ISLAND OF HAWAII
Lnupnhoehoc October 12 to Octo
bor 15, at 'hotel.
llllo October 17 to October 24.
Pahnla October 27 to October 29,
at Leo Chong'8.
Wnlohlnu October 3 lto Novem
ber 0. V
Knllua November 9 to Novem
Wolmea November 14 to Novem
ber 10, at hotel.
Honokaa November 18 to Novem
Kohala November 22 to Novem
ISLAND OF MOLOKAI
Kaunakakal December 9 to De
ISLAND OF KAUAI
Llhtic January C to January 9, nt
Kapaa January 11 to January II,
nt Hco r.ifs.
Hnmtlcl January 10 to January
Wnlmca January 23 to January
TENTH OF FIFTH
At a meeting of the llcpubllcan Pro
duct Club of tho Tenth Precinct, Fifth
District, held at tho rcsldcnco of A.
S. Kalclopu July 10, 1908,- the follow
Ing gontlemen ncrc duly nominated
ns oHlccrs of said club, to bo elected
next Friday, July 17:
President, 1-ot Lane; lco presi
dents, J. K. Mnunakca nnd J. Lono
kalolohla; secretary, Harry Kahalo;
treasurer, Henry Kanoa; Judges of
election, Knoch Johnson, Jr., J. Nalil
nil and J. II. Kalanul. Kxecutho conN
inlttec, Louts Perry, A H. Perry, D
K. Burns, Richard Lano and Thomas
TO HELPPINE MEN
"Tho Merchants' Association will
tnko up tho matter of tho condemna
tion in San Francisco of shipments of
Hawaiian pineapples," said President
Geo. W. Smith of tho Association this
forenoon. "Wo will take It up ns soon
ns possible, probably before tho fleet
gets here, that Is If we nro ablo to
get a meeting, which will bo hard ow
ing to the fact that ko many of our
members nro exceedingly busy work
ing on tho various fleet committees.
Judgo Robinson's Court:
Wnlalua Agricultural Co. v. O. R. &
L Co.; Continued.
Judge Dolo's Court.
Nothing set. --jy
Judgd Lindsay's Court: "
Judge Do Dolt's Court:
Mary Costa v. County of Onhu;. 10
free an hide
(Continued from Page 1)
for the freo transportation of the
sailors, but It was, according to tho
reports of Chairman L. T. Peck of
tho Wnjs and Means Committeo ap
plied to the general fund, with n ro
qucst by tho Japanese that it be, if
possible, used for tho free rldo of tho
r. J. Lowrcy In writing to tho
Fleet Committeo suggested that it re
quest Admiral Spcrry to bring nil tho
ships oft the harbor beforo ho bends
any .to Lahalna to bo coaled. Tho
letter .wns received nnd filed.
L. T, Peck reported that tho sub
scription to dnto amounts to $18,012,
whllo tho appropriations amount to
S10.S10. Of tho former amount Peck
said that he had in thu bank S17.642
nnd $400 In tho hands of J. P. Cooke,
who Ih out of town. At tho request of
Dlshop Rcstarlck, through Mr. Peck,
tho bund was sent t) play at Kmma
Square on Sunday night, July 19.
Hlshop Rcstarlck will then conduct an
open-air sacred sonlco at 7:30 o'clock
for tho benefit of tlio men of tho Fleet.
Walter F. Dillingham reported that
some fruits had already arrived from
tho other Islands.
The fulolwlng appropriations were'
made: For tho Arbitration Commit
teo $100; fur loins nto Young hotel,
$50; for tho band, $300. Mr. Dilling
ham promised to donato $2. for re
freshments for tho field day.. Tho
Sports Committeo was instructed to
ascertain tlio cost of getting tho Con
cordia bnnd, and report tomorrow..
Tho attcndinco was unusually largo
today. Kcry inomber wns present.
IN FOREIGN PORTS
$1200 Corner lot 05 feet on School
St. with 2-story house and Cottage.
$600 e-Room Cottage at Kapahulu.
Lot 50x100. Easy Terms.
P. E. R. Strauch
WAITY BLDG. No. 74 S. KINO ST.
Butter :: Quality
So much depends upon the Quality of your Butter: the whole meal
is spoiled for you by rancid Butter, while a simple fare is made whole
some and sweet by the addition of a little
ISLETON CREAMERY BUTTER
You can TASTE the quality at once; and there is nothing we can
say that will convince you half so readily as one fair trial of this in- '
Every square is enclosed in a dust-proof carton.
King Street, near Bethel
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Monday, July 13.
SAN FRANCISCO An Ivcd July 11:
S. S. Virginian, from Oallnn Cruz.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived July 13:
U. S. A. T. Sheridan, lienco Jul E.
SAN FRANCISCOSailcd, July 11.
S. 8. Teiijn Mnru, for Honolulu.
S. S. Lurlluu, for Honolulu.
SAN FRANCISCO Soiled July 13:
H. S. Alaskan, for Seattle.
KAANAPALIAi lived July 13:
S. S. Texan, from Honolulu.
William Henry Deers, recently grad
uated from tho University of Mich
igan, has been admitted to tho prac-
tlco of law In tlio Territory of Hawaii.
Ho was admitted this morning. Ilur
old Gordon Spencer filed his applica
tion and certlflcato of good character
this afternoon. Ho states that ho
spent three cars nt Yalo University.
Mrs. Trusscn, n lady living on tho
corner of Emma nnd Vineyard streets,
this afternoon loportcd that she had
lost her daughter, a child .of whlto par
cntago, -Si J cars of ago. When last
seen tho little girl was wearing a bluo
and whlto apion nnd sandals.
Moving Pictures between acts at
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