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FAT.NINO nULI,r.TIN, HONOLULU, T. It., MONDAY, SRPT. 31
ALWAYS SOMETHING NEW AND INTERESTING TO
SEE. Wc have just opened a new lot of
Lingerie Princess Gowns
Made of pretty, sheer material, in white and delicate
tints, prettily trimmed with lace and embroidery.
Very Stylish; from $15.00 up.
New Silk Dress Skirts
ADVANCED STYLES; VERY HANDSOME.
Children's and Misses
In all sizes; an entire new assortment in solid colors,
mixed materials, and stripes; light weight; just right for
Elegant new assortment of Tapestries for Couch and
Furniture Coverings; New Patterns; Pretty Colorings.
STRIPED TAPESTRY, 50 inches wide, G5 a yd.
GREEN BROCADED TAPESTRY, 50 in. wide, 00 yd.
COUCH and FURNITURE TAPESTRY, from $1.25
a yard upward.
TAFFETA DRAPERY, new patterns, 45 a yd.
Dainty, designs, delicate colorings, best quality,
15 A YARD.
The Venus Shell Hair Barette
Safety lock attachment, locks securely, holds the hair
firmly. PRICE 10 and 20.
New Fancy Frill Garters
White and delicate colors, with buckles. Price 60 pr.
N.S. Sachs Dry Goods Co.
Cor. Beretania and Fort Sts.
Heinz Apple Butter and Heinz
Mince Meat in crocks.
These and a full variety of
Heinz Goods now fresh at your
PIHXLES, INDIA RELISH, TOMATO KETCHUP,
OLIVES. BAKED BEANS. TOMATO SOUP, and
ALL THE OTHER 57 VARIETIES.
H. HACKFELD & CO., Limited
KING ST. NEAR ALAKEA.
I Iron Fence
PADMIRAIS WIFE .""
(Continued from Puce 1)
nro out 12 iIiijm toilny from H:ui I'rnn
rlivo ii iviiiurkitbl) Blow Ikiksiiko fur
Heard by Wireless
The Kaliuliii wireless station aalti
heard tlio West Virginia talking laBt
nlKlit, (lila tltno to tlio Illlonlan.
TX," which moans tho West Vir
ginia, wns heard ahoul S : :'. I last eve
ning ,aylng to "12," which Is tho
"Oceanic Steamship Company, S. P.
"Passed steamer Alameda today nt
1(1: :t0 p. in., In latitude 30 deg. r mill.
N long. 142 deg. 2f. mill. W.
Expert lsbell reports that the incs
tage of the Illlonlan was so Indistinct
that In.' could timely hear It.
This means that tho people on tho
Alameda did not get so good u lev
ur the Fleet as thohc on tho Man
churia, owing to the darkness.
The .Mongolia, which was passed
night heforu last by the Manchuria,
will also get a peep at the ships of
These are duo hero on Wednesday.
Ih'orythliig is now aliout prepared
for them. Mountains of coal are
waiting on tho wharves, and the Sat
urn and Justin will ho ready to put
alongside as soon as tho cruisers nro
leady to begin tho coaling woik.
SAX PUANCISCO, Calif., Aug. 2!i.
Hl months ago tho departure from
this port of K, war vessels would
liao stirred public lute lest into
something like enthusiasm. Tho vis
it hero of tho Atlantic Klect changed
local Ideas as to what constitutes a
miwil pageant, Seven armored crui
sers, each of them of greater length
mid uioie Imposing nppcaranco than
tho biggest of the battleships, wont
to sea estcrday on a three nionths'
cruise, accompanied by an auxiliary
cruiser and soven torpedo boat de
stroyed, and they passed down tho
harbor practically unnoticed. A small
ciuwil gatheied at Melggs wharf, but
that crowd's Intel est was centered
more on a man In a launch operating
a kluotoscopo camera than on the
Tho llagshlp West Virginia, with
Hear Admiral Vt J. Swinburne, com
mander in chief, on lio.ud, led tho
Fleet. Tho other crulscis wcio:
Maryland, Pennsylvania; Tcnnebsec,
Admiral Scbrec's llngship; Washing
ton, California, and South Dakota.
The destrojers, In command of Com
modoro Freeman, were: Preble, Per
ry, Stewart, Hopkins, Hull, Truxtoii,
and Whipple. At tho tall end or tho
procession followed tho Solace, which
will act as mother ship to tho (le
st my em.
After crossing the liar each cruiser
took a destroyer in tow, tho destroy
cis banking tires on all but one holl
er. Honolulu will be tho llrst port of
call. After a stay there tho Fleet
will visit Pago Pago and Inter return
to Honolulu. They will icturn to
San Diego, fiom thoiu pioeeed to
Alagilalcna Hay, and after target prac
tice, letum to this port. Tho Fleet
Is iliiu heie December I, and unices
plans aio changed In tho meanwhile
will hi lug the destroyers Imcfc then.
not only is full and effici
ent illumination secured, but
artistic and beautiful effects ar e
gained as may not be with an y
other artificial illuminant.
Hawaiian Electric Company, Ltd.
This Instrument Ihillnilctt Hie strain
on llin Iiiiuwtn or Hie weight that
the Cllllser Is pulling.
Twche feet of I ;!-l-lncli ihnlu ca
hlo pasfes from the dxinmoiucter
HiioiikIi the chuck on the stem of
tho cruiser, this chain hearing the
chafe of the low This Is secilleJ
to n 720 feet 10-Inch tniitilln haw
ser. All extra luiivv swhel Is there
chuckled In, and from It there leads
fiOO feet or u-lncli who cable. Sixty
foot of -I 1-2-lncli wire cable follows
this and ieoes thiough the bullniiso
or holo nt tho bow of tho torpedo
boat, the thimble on the end passing
over tho pelican hook, of special largo
design. Tills hook Is r,o made that
in case of danger a smnll pin can be
iomoed, which trips the hook ntul
allows tho hawser to slip off and.
passing out of the liullmw, casts tho
torpedo boat adrift.
Towing lit Idles of smaller size pass
around the conning towers of the tor
pedo boats and lc-id up to tho pelican
hook. A complete spaio set of gear
in every p.irtlt nlar has been made for
VAU.RIO. Calif., Aug. 22. Tho
cruise of tho Pacific Fleet to Samoa,
In which heven of the'eight crulscis
will each tow a torpedo lioa't, is look
ed upon as n matter of great Impor-
tanro by naval authorities, as no
previous ciulse of such n chaiaetnr
and for so gient a distance has evnr
been made by tho United States Na
vy. The work of providing suitable
towing gear for such a largo number
of vebsels was tho biggest task or Its
kind that tho Maro Island Navy Yard
has ever had, The outfits for four
cruisers and for tho seven torpedo
boats were prepaicd at Maro Island,
while tho Paget Sound yard made tho
outfits for tho other four crulseis.
The cruiser Maryland will not tow,
though she will liavo an out fit In cabo
her services nro needed.
The outfit Is com posed of a bridle
of galvanized steel wire, secured to
tho towing bits at each stdo or tho
cruiser, well lift. Whcro theso lines
tome together, about eight feet fioui
tho stern, a dynamometer, extra
heavy and or special design, Is pluced,
Just Two More Lots at Puunui
Tract, above Liliha St., near Country
Club; Oood Soil, Sloping Ground, Un
obstructed View. Size 50 x 105 each.
Price CUT DOWN TO ONLY $150
Hawaiian Iron Fence and Monument Works P. E. R. Strauch
NEXT TO. YOUNG BLDG., 170-190 KINQ STREET. PHONE 237. WAITY BLDG. 74 S. KING ST.
HOME RULE CONVENTION
(Continued from ?a;re 1)
should bo 'ItlglitoouHiiosH,' and the
land will piosper
"Of courbc the Homo IJiilp part
has very few Kimllsh-speaklng mem
bers', but If tlu- ale honest ami able
men, send them out to tho Legisla
ture, for their expiesslous will be con
voyed through the latcrpieter.
Government Dy Commlislon.
"Tho Hawaiian people have ncer
been shoos ami they have lived poacc
lully mulct Independent government,.
It Is not light that we should have
commission government. Wo should
obldo by our Home Utile party and let
us not Join the other political pintles.
It Is better that wo lemaln and lire
defeated as Home Unlets lather than
that wo Join the other parties."
Pioinptly at I o'clock tho Commit
too on Ciedeutlals entered tho loom
and through Chairman Kawowohl, ex
Republican, lepnrtecl ns follows.
Present, fly Pioxy
Hawaii in 30
Maul R 0
Molokal 1 7
Oaliil la! -I
Win. While (Oily til 1 wanted to
know the names of the delegates,
Whlto was Himovvhat doubtful as to
whether all the delegates present
wero Homo Itulers or Republicans,
Mahoo fiom Wal.ilua sprang to his
feet and ordcied White to sit down.
The duel between tho two sdntesmen
was rather heated and they were only
cooled off by the lullng of the Presi
dent. Other aged Home Killers were on
their feet ami debated heatedly.
Whlto was again on his feet and ar
gued that the only way to keep peace
was to take a recess and partake of
tho lu.iu which had been prcp.ucil.
This wns fcccouded and the delegates
ictlrcd to discuss tho pigs and Ha
On mot Uiii or Mahne, tho conven
tion adjourned to reconvene at ":!IU
Following was tho Committee on
Credentials - Henry ,1,. Kawowohl,
chali man. S.iiul. K. Haiialel, .las. I..
Ahla, ('has M.mase, Dan Uamluun,
O. S. K Kuihoknpu Sr Antone K.
Kahlnu. .1. W. Naeliu.
Tho delegates weio as follows:
Kauai Klmo Moolki,
Hawaii Puna District: lokep.i Ke
ahlllhnii, Si, I. Keauaha, Joseph Ke
ko.ikiilaua, T K. Kekokulana, .1. W.
Kokoakul.imi. Kalapiiua, Puna: .1.
A. Ahla, S. Pcle, S. K. Kuliu. Illlo
City: S. K. Ivuhana, .1. Mantta, (leo
II. Allona, T K. Helchewa, .1. K. K.i-
lualilne. North Kohala: 1st I'm-
eluct, II. M. Kaiilho. T. II. IC. Keoho-
kapant Sr., .loseph K. Mann, Juo. Nnl
aupiiul, 2t Precinct, Sam Kaumal
Joo Hennessey, J no. C. Lewis, W. .1.
II. O. Makckiiu, ,lno. D. Naeliu, J no.
K. Xu I he, Slmona Apclahatua. North
Kona: Ileiirv L. Kuwowehl, Joseph
N. Koomo.i, David K. Nahalc, Cliai
ley W. Akaii. Joseph Kelllkoa, S. K.
Naeole. Ceo, W. C. Kaauna. South
Kona: Julia Jaeger, David linker, 10.
P. K. Palau, Hel.inl, Henry Mallolo,
Henry An. Iloiiaunnu: Saml. K. ICu-
aialll. S. Lazaio, J. II. Aim, Sol. Na-
liupti, J. II. P.iuiihau, S. IC. Htilama,
.las. Knawa, Sam Walau, S. K. Piiaa-
nul. Hamnkua: Win. N. Kauahlpa
ula, Win. Nakannka. Kau: S. IC. Ha
nalel, N. II. Poaanul.
Mutil liana: J. K. Kami. .1. K.
Keatinul, J. M. Noa, Kaupo: J. W.
N. Kaohole, Walheo: .1, N. Kapol.
Molokal J. K. Aim, .las. Kaalhuo,
Kawaikl, Lul Kaploho.
Maul Lahaiua: Niku Katimluiul,
Pill Keknl, W. N. Hopukahl. Kaa
napall: Clias. Manako. Honokoliau:
Oahu Koolaupoko: O. J. W. Will
Ualai, J. IC. might, Albeit IC. Poo
1. Song, "My Country 'TIs or Theo."
2. Committee on Credentials.
3. Speech by President. ,
I. Committee, on Resolutions.
fi. Commltteo on Utiles.
P. (leneial Committees.
T. Consideration or Platfoim.
S. Klect Ion of Nomlneo for Dole
gato to Congress.
9. Flection or Ollleets of tho Homo
10. Klect Ion of Candidates for
Counties of Hawaii, Maul, Oahu, Ka
uai. 11. Amendments to Constitution,
I j 7 Jmilm :
I T J .JJfc II
Ford S. Roadster
THE FORD is the most popular Road
ster in Honolulu. Autoists have
tried it and found that it gives the
most service and the least trouble, and
that's generally enough for the autoist
NEW SHIPMENT IN COME AND SEE THEM
THEY'RE BETTER THAN EVER
SCHUMAN CARRIAGE CO., "SB
Time to Paint
Don't wait for the rainy
season to start in and find
your house unpninted. The
season will probably be early
this year. If you use W. P.
Fuller & Co.'s
you will get the maximum of
beauty and durability. We
guarantee the quality.
Lewers & Cooke
177 S. Kin St. Phone 775.
served at dinner or a dance adds much to the pleasure ot
the occasion. We luiva many flavors to select from when
you arc giving- n dinner.
Tlie Palm Cafe
HOTEL ST. NEAR PORT.
Joseph A. Gilinan,
The OWL Cigar
has maintained its lasting popularity
by maintainng ts qualty.
M. At Guiist & Co.
HAWAIIAN FERTILIZER CO., LTD.
Dealers in FERTILIZERS suitable
for all crops, climatic and soil con
ditions. OFFICE Brewer Building, Hono
lulu; Tel. 272.
FACTORY at Iwilei; Tel. 430.
SHIPPINO AND COMMISSION MERCHANT,
INSURANCE FIRE AND MARINE.
Agent for ARTHUR SEWALL & CO., Bath. Maine;
PARR0TT & CO., San Francisco.
HOLIDAY and WORKING
Strong and Reliable at Reasonable
L. AYAU SHOE CO.,
1005 NUUANU ST. NEAR KING ST.
If you're looking for a place to buy
choice goods at the lowest prices and
where you get polite attention, try
J. M. LEVY & CO.,
Hire's Root Beer
The Only Genuine AERATED IN BOTTLES. Is made by us;
any other is an infringement and a fnkc.
CONSOLIDATED SODA WORKS CO., LTD
0. S. LEIT1IEAD. Manager. TELEPHONE 71.
DISTILLED WATER dslivered to offices and residences.
Japanese Curios, Silk Kimonos,
Shirts, Pajamas, Shirt Waists, Fancy
HOTEL STREET NEAR BETHEL
The Encore Saloon
Thy a drink at the new place and
have "MATT" HEFFERN serve you,
COR. HOTEL and NUUANU.
Honolulu Construction and Draying Co.,
PHONE, OFFICE 281. P. 0. BOS 154.
Fort St., 0pp. W. G. Invin & Co., Ltd.
We do all kinds of Teaming; alao deal in Unched Rook, White and .
Black Sand, Broken Coral. Garden Soil, Etc. EAVE MOVING h SFE.
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ROOM 7, WAITY BUILDING
Private ard Confidential Detective
f f Tni f a1 is n II ttiAvi vajI n aIT sa4
and receipt for the undersigned. ijfj
A. R. Rowat, D.VA
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