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nvns'iNO nuw.nTiN, noNouji.ti, t. ii , jion
rtnj. 8, 1D09.
Broken Lines and Odds and Ends Must Go. The
Prices are Cut in Half.
Sale Now On
Ladies' White Linen Suits
FORT ST., below KING
Biggest Reductions on Record
PRICES THAT Will HAKE THEM' MOVE LIVELY:
$7.50 SUITS 93.00
$8.00 SUITS , 93.50
$8.50 SUITS 93.75
$8.75 SUITS 9 1.00
$0.00 SUITS 9 1.50
$10.00 SUITS 95.00
$12.00 SUITS 95.00
$15.00 SUITS : ". 90.00
WHY NOT HAVE
YOU WILL, IF YOU JOIN OUR
It will only cost you a little. You
will not fed it. You will have a
watch and a good one, at that.
J. A. R. Vieira & Co.
113 HOTEL STREET
Boule de Soie
A prelty material for nflcrnoon
and evening nowns. Nile Oiccii,
Light Slue, Pink, and Cardinal.
GOs quality, 37 l-21 a yd.
Biokcu Lots and Biokcu Sizes.
40c Corset Covers
COc and 75c Corset Covers
$1.25 Corset Covers
OAMJ GLEE CLUBS
AT BISHOP HALL
Tlio Oalnt college ube clubs will
hold forth 111 Chns It Ulshtip Hull at
I'unnlioii tills lud batniilay night.
Catchy collcgo Kin. iluli music will
furnish a complete evinlng's inter-
tnlnmcnt. Tlio souks an new tuxl tht
Kilo p.irtK well taki ii while tlio churns
work will lio of the first order
WORK OF CAUCUS
IS KEPT SECRET!
A number of tlio Onhu Republican
mtnibers or tlio Legislature nianngcn
to K't together for it mucus last Sat
unl.i), the ntteiidniiio not being cemi
plcln owing to the fact Mint there Is
Sumo a feeling on tlio part of some of the
White Filet Curtain Net
44 indies wide, COe quality 37 1-2 n yd.
foi Skirts or Bojs' Wear 12 l-2c quality S l-3tf a yd.
Butter Valenciennes Laces'
25c and 35c quality for 15j a piece of 12 yds.
50c quality for Uo a piece of 12 yds.
Solid colors, stuped design; Cream, Champagne, Brown, Green, and
Grey. .20c quality 112 1-2 a yd.
Fort and Beretania Sts. Opp. Fire Station
as fresh as today's
make can make
them at the
HOTEL NEAR UNION.
kXMfMW.T 7lV. V! '!. ."'J!
- Offer You
of Pure Foods, Relishes and
of the finest Flavor and Quality
No Others Quite So Good
Loose Leaf Price
A Fresh Supply of
THE WORLD ALMANAC.
Oat & Mossman,
70 Merchant St., near P. 0.
unique features will be sprung I
Mrs.. A. 11. IimallK tins illrectlmi of
tlio orchestra, which will go far to
wnrds making tlio program tnjojablo.
.Mrs. Ingalls nml Mls Hnppi r will play
first violin; .Mrs Ilnss ami v. II
lloogs stcontl violin Mi l)esk Ilule,
Dr. Marques viola, ami Mr Williams
Tickets may lit bought at Ilcrg
stinm'H. Tlio ptneiiiN In IlilH as In
most collego nrfalrs, pi to supinirt
Tlio program Is given below
In Silent Meail . . . . llmcrsnu
Solo Holowil, It Is Morn .. A)luurd
Serenade Solo . Iteviiohl McOicw
Massa'u In ho Cold CoM tliottml ..
Ari.inm'il lii Parks
(itrls' (lite Club
I.I Tsln .lorlrleres
Solo I Known I.ovel) tianleu ....
. 1) ll.u ik lot
Shoogj-Shoo .... ... Ambrose
An Irlsli Mother's Lull ib
Cllplil Made Unc to I lie Mooil .. .,
I'stuillnutln . Lamm'
Hojh' mill tllrls tllio Clubs
legislators ngnlnst caucusliiR so cub
Whit was ilnne at tlio caucus Is be
ing lept secret. ItcprcsrutatlM)
Shingle, who was elected chairman of
tlio gathering, was seen, hut he stat
ed that ho could say nothing nbout
what was done, bo)ond that certain
measures which would ionic up In thn
session hud been discussed, ns well an
the matter of the Speakership nud
the selection of o Ulcers, smh ns tlerh.
stenographer, Kcrgeiint-at-nrnis, etc ,
but ns to dm details of either of thesu
matters he mild say nothing.
Hut little Interest Is shown b) thn
politic Inns In the matter of tin; Spcak-
eishlp. all practically agreeing Hint the fair dispensers of tags carrlnl
llolstclu will bo selected to contlnuo nbout with Ilium. In n manner nut
his relcn In tho Chair. Hiiwnll will ihowul that Honolulu folk are not
probably get lis shnro of tho honors ( lacking In the spirit of rhnrlt)
llirougli the selection or I leers or lino
Tin lag Dm i turns amount to
$.121". SS Thin morning Ihe last sn
lugs bank w,i n i in I and the coins
(ounlid Tin hi iiiiiix nri now rinsed
iiml the nionov will In turned oer to
thu ehnrlt) foi wbli Ii It was sub
Tag l)a piou'd an even greater sue
less than tlio most sanguine dared to
hopt liver) bod) took hold with a
Win and tho dimes, dolt im ami inglts
Ik weil into the little tin banks whlih
$800 House and Lot on Judd nr.
Nnuaiiu. 02 x 42.
?500 House and Lot at Alcwa, be
low Judd St. 50 :: GO.
$1400 House and Lot at Puunui m.
Car Line. 75x300.
AND OTHER BARGAINS.
P. E. R. Strauch
t- S. KINO ST
A musical Skuteh-Hiiuu . Splko
Jones' room at Cornfield. l
Honey Iilossom i .
A Llttlo Cllrl l.lki Me
MAi GREAT HIT
The I'hlllpplno Constabulary band
pl.iHd lo creiwdtd houses Snturda) nr
teruooif mid evening Thu band was
given mi' (nation Which has "seldom
been tipiiled In Honolulu Tho pir
feit icimmtml of the leader, tin) splen
did hurmimy of thu tight) plices'and
the t'xeellencu Willi whlih the most
dllllcult music wns itlldciid eiitliused
the ulidleiiees and will long lit leinim
1 hi b mil In lis tour to the In nwiiri
Him mid nfUiwaids to the priuelpil
illlts of the (ountrJ until r the loin
nnnd of Col Mink Horse), suppl) of
lletr of tin Cnnst.ihulnr) 'Col llor
si) has u splemlld record for m live
campaigning In tlio legular mm) In
which he milks us n captain Ills si,r
lci with thu Cnust.ihiilui) Is sptclal
u. Interpreter, and Kauai lias n likely
Miiiug mail whom it will boost for the
modest position of messenger. This
arrangement would apparently leave
the Job of sorgennt-nt-nrms to Maul
Tho main light will bo centered on
the positions of clerk nud Interpreter.
A bit of excitement has been stirred
Up In this connection by tlio report
that llolsteln has will ten to several
members of the llouso to stand out
foi having Hnwnllans fill tho posi
tions of clerk and stenographer.
According to Shingle, no caucus
will be held before Teh. 10. thu day
lnforo tho opening of tho session,
when u mucus of the entire ltcpuhlt-
iiin membership of thu House Is plan
ned Tho Itepubllcaii Central Com
mittee wilt lime n melting this after
noon to arrange sccrnl mntters ton
nictud with the mining session.
Tag 1 ).i biought forth m.iu funtiv
happenings One lollector of coins in
llstnl the nsslstnneu of u promliiint
buslmss man of this ill), and togeth
er the approach! d u cirtuln wealth
"Now look hiro Illank," began the
business miin, "jiiu know that )im can
nffonl more than the 2" or r,0 cents
lh.it )ou paid lor that tag of jours
bin another and pti) rial mono for
Die capitalist smllid Willi a toltr.iut
iort of n smile and dn w his check
book from his pocket He showed the
stub of a check whlih he had glMii In
exchange for u tag, It was for luo.
WHAT JIJI IS
T ' ,
K I' tug I a translation of an art
ill i ildlsluil b the S'lpptl IIJ1 Kch
runn 4 and shows on what tho Japan
iki Kpulail"ii Is being fed
STANIl UP, Illti:TIIIti:N'! 1
Tin hihln r wnge iiieslloii Is en
drr8cd hv evcrvhody except n fow
rats Tin dogs and pigs are obstruct
ing the course of higher wages though
ihe) m to show outwnrdl) thit they
nre in fawn of It This Is well known.
If the) took same course with us. thu
raise of wages might have linn Hindu
efon now We know well Hint thoy
tire opposing us Sedng that the) cull
not put down thu cause of higher
wages which Is Influential nnd litis
backing of Hie "oniio ptople. the) nrn
tr)lng ewri w.o to pi rsccute us
The) tr) to .igli He while people con
plre with foreign uewspapels iiml tr)
to ask the help from the iiulhorll)
The) an Imb ed the tucmles of
tho 70,000 Japinesi Wo should no
longer tolerate Hum Slaml up,
hiithieii' The rcil dangerous fit
ments nru the). The) tr) to bttrny
tho 70 000 Jnpinesu for n fow dirty
SupiHise tho pence fictween Jnpnn
iiml Ihe United States should bo lirok
in thcM) men who are like dogs, will
.iistantl) turn to be Amtrlciu spies.
V.'ntch for them
NOW ON EXHIBITION.
B03T0N BLDO., FORT ST.
Hear it, and you'll Want it.
BERGSTR0M MUSIC Co., Ld.
Pan Ka tiana
is a necessity to the person
who believes cleanliness is
next to Godliness.
Clias. K. Frazier
i?lione 371. 122 KiiiR St.
Prices 15c, 25c, 50c, 75c, $1
NUUANU below HOTEL.
Delivered to residences
and offices at 25 o per
hundred in 10-lb. lots
W. O. DARNHART,
133 Merchant St.
'The Finest Bathing on the Beach."
Meals At All Hours.
I'ollowing Is tho detailed hioro of
the (list Sunday ganio nt tlio Leagin
I'ark It went sciin Innings.
C. A. C.
iMonn, if ....
Sing Cluing, ss
Ah.im, I'll ....
Chi Hill, c
Km Sing, Hi ..
Komi Chow, If
Totals lit S 7
Oil 12 3
WINES, LIQUORS, AND CIGARS.
W. C. BERGIN, Proprietor.
LUNCHES and DRINKS
The most popular
place in town.
The Fashion Saloon
The Encore Saloon
Try a drink at the new place and
Mil), If .
M.iiiU, tr I
Markham, ss. ..1
Ah Toon, -I) ..."
Tom Veil, If ...."
Clink, 1 2
Sum Hop, rf ...1
Totals 27 'fi 9 3,21 10 8
C A C ,00028318
It II 0 10 1 2 3 07
White Sox 2 0 2 0 0 0 1 X,
II II 2032101 a
SC.MMUtY. il-bttbii hits: Ma).
Miirtk, Sang Chang. Home run: J.
Hosa llasi) on balls: off Apau, 1 ; off
Clark 2 Struck out: liy Apuu, 2;
b) Chuk, 7 Passed balls: Hi Ho, 1,
Chi Hill SncrlHie hits; May, Murck,
sniu, Ako Tlmo.'lh. -ir.iii. Um
pire II rtrnuntliz. Scorer: Tin
5. CENT CJGAR
M. A. Gunst &; Co.
FORT AND KING STREETS.
Bulletin Business Office Phone 250
Bulletin Editonnl Room Phone 185
There has not been have2IAE'IR!I"rve0U-
i wm IIUIX.U iinu auunnu,
enough rain to in-(
jure the roads to,
EXCELLENT LAUNDRY WORK
done by tha
with their new FRENCH
dry cleaning process.
57 Beretania St, Phone 1491.
REV. SCUDDER IN WAILUtU.
Wiillul.il Maul Teh fi He III
Sciulilei or Ihe Central yUni) fhiiith
Honolulu pie.itlied lo ti'l'irgo congru
gtition in Ihu ITulon Church, Wnllukii
lust Siimlnx owning He It II
Dodge of Wnllukii lead the li-ShOHH
while He Mr Suiijer of I'ala Union
chuiih offunl llit''1t.ir-r llienft'oi
lories of tin cvinltu' uellod ei) hind
KOHAI.A, Hawaii, Tell 3. The
Kohnla Midget, Issued by t(iu ""J11'
C II. Chili, loutulns tli( following'
Tho posloHlcH will he rnlscd off lis
foundation on Saturdti) and mined lo
the rear of the lot to mnko wa) for
the new bank building, on Mouda)
The pile of building m.iteilnl on thu
giouiid looks businesslike
Stanle) llelllna. one or the mem
bers of the llo)s' Club, mis Joined his
fnlhei In Honolulu Sitiuie) wusgu
trill) populir, and will be gieutl)
Out paid limitation nas gonn up
lo slxt). nud there Is hut u little of
our slot k unsold
'Ihe dale for the operetlti, "Paul
Im,' has been rhaiigid to Saturdti)
eviulng, IVb 20. llesencd seats.
fi ililldren, 25cj general mlmls-
slim, 2.n 'lliketsmti) bn hail of an)
mi lulu r of tho Choral Society oi Hit
llo)s'C II Club Ihu ihango to Sit
iiida) owning wns inano to iircnni
module many emplo)ies who loultl
not so iimieiflentl) nlleiul on anoth
er eieiilng. 'Ihu House should lie
I mil. ed
.Mr CluirliH .Melneikc of Knu Is ls
Itlug his sou nt Union Mill.
.Mr. Joe I.tilng, ii former resident
of this place, now of llwa, who was
Injured recentl), wo tiro glad to re
put, Is doing well, mul will not Joso
his hands, us wns nt llrst reported
Miss Chirk of tho Seminary, wo nro
mud to ilironicie, is quiio in.
I)r llirtid's (earn ran nw.iy ns a re
sult of u polc-stiup breaking while
Hinting down Courllmuso Hill Wed
utsihi) night and he was tin own Into
the fenio and Injured, though nt tho
lime of going to press It Is Impos
sible lo sti) how seriously. Our B)in
palhles nro with the most useful inini
Ilahiwn Bihool building has been
mined nnd will bo rend) for uso In
about n month.
Mis. Tullocli expects to remoo her
guides soon from Aimikca to tho
lluddhlst Bchnolhoiisa nt Halawn, torn
pornrlly. Tho Indies will have the
Alnakea sthool cleaned, thn desks will
be shellucked by tho Department, ut
ter which Kiipaau school will ho ro
Tho Ladles' Commltteo of Kohaln
Hnll held Its election Teh 1 with tha
following results' President, Mrs
John Hind, uto picsldent, Mrs. II.
D Ilotiil, secrctnr), Mrs Atkins
Wight; tre.isurci, .Mrs. II II. llcn
tou; advisor) board Mrs Heckle),
Miss Hall, Mis fico C. Watt
Wo would still tall tho attention
ol the Kohaln public to tho Itumm.igo
Sate Donations will he gladl) re
tched by Mis I.lllle or Mis Smea
Kn 'Ihe Ladles' Committee Is to ho
congratulated on tho priwpermiH )ear
Just dosed Several bundled dolkus
bine been expinded In icuoMitlou
ntiil. tlttiuks lo gelieious illvtile do
nations and suvvrul suttuasful enter-
JAMES MAKEE IS
The steamer Jamts M.ikec, whlth
wan illsp.itdied to I.nliiilnii, Maul, by
Cnplnin Mlllci last Saturdti) Is, nc-
loidlng to Puiscr Keituewn of the
Mlknhiilii, snfel) antlinred there Thu
Mlkuliuln arrived )isterdn) morning
from Luhalmi, via Molokal isirts,
bringing tho news of tho safe arrival
of tho James Makeo nt l.aliiilnii.
Tho James Makec, according to
Captain Miller, Iiml not been lic.iid
ft oin since she left to lestun a Iniinih
which wns repotted wtiel.eil in the
neighborhood of l.ihnlnn Hut when
the Miktihala left the IViatil port the
little steamer wns saftl) tinrhorcd
CENTRAL MAUI STILL
SUFFERS FROM DROUTH
Wnllukii Mnul, I'uli G -Central
Maul wns favored with n 1 It t lo rain
during Inst Thursdii) The rnlu
t uirhi d the IviiIii mul I'lupaliikmi ills
trlets hut mil) sulllcletit to wet thu
parchd grass nud there was iiouu for
i llher man or beast The pcoplo con- '
tlimu gelling lirncklt.il water for nil '
purposes f i out tho lieaili miles nway.
Some hnvo hem suppllnl from tlslerns
of thu Itoso llaueli, hut tho lime tuny
tome when even this gratuitous sup- f
ply of water to the neighbors may tio 1
tut off T)phold fever Is cnrr)lng off
mini of Hie lesldtnts of Kula Had
water Is midoubteill) the tnusu of this
slckntss which luckll) has not )t-t ho
come epldemle While It Is truo that
Hit ciiisu of this contlnmil drouth In
thu Kuhi nnd Uliiiuhikui districts dur
ing thu past )ear was due largely to
tho cutting off of the forests and thu
underbrush still sumo think that tho
d)lng off of tho Iiintnnn, tho so called jhj 3
i-v wi hut vtuiiiir), may ntivo somo--v'4
. - '
ATCHERLEY IS WARD
thing to do
with this imprfceilunlod
(Continued from Pssc J
words Hint Hew through the air thin
morning during tho argument of thn
i use, but altogether tho fireworks
wtrn not as brilliant us they hnvo
bun on some other occasions nnd tho
dlgtilt) of tho Court was mil serious-
I) disturbed. Mr Cathrnrl for thu
Attorney (ieneral's Department pre
Milted his sldo of tlio ruse brlell), nud
then Attorney Mngocin took tho floor
nnd argued for over nu Hour, deiioune
lug as an outrage tho attempt to semi
10 tho us)liim n man of tho Doctor's
iittnluments, nnd us persecutors nt
nit Innocent and s.niu man thoso who
nre tr)lng to sctuio tho Dottot be
hli'l tlio walls of uu ns)lum. At noon
the matter went over until tho after
noon session, when It Is probable that
a decision will ho rendered ns to whe
ther or not Doctor Atcherlo) Is to he
1 1 leased on tho writ of habeas corpus.
Wong Wing, convicted upon np
I nil. of keeping n disorderly house,
wns sentenced this morning In Judgo
De Holt to pay a lino of 12f and costs.
(Special to the II 11 I I o 1 1 II )
WAII.CKl'. Maul, Teh C -Itlght
Hcv lllshop Iteslnrtck sent up ItiRt
week plans h) Architect Dickey for
Hie proposed new Church of tho flood
Shepherd, Wnllukii, whlth wcro dls
russed and scrutinized very inlnutoly
b) the Olllters of thn church nnd Hov.
tnnon Win Aiilt. rector. Tho plans t
hnvo not been adopted )ct, hut, from
fit st giant e. If thn church Is built Hnd
completed according to thoso plans.
Wnllukii can boast of n pretty llttlo
village thiirth with iitcommodntloiiH
for nbout 1.10 people. It Is not de
cided whether it shall bo of wood or
concrete This will rest mainly on
thn amount to bo subscribed. A tileo
llttlo touereto church 30 feet by slx-t)-Ilvo
feet long would probably cost
about tight or liltio thousand dollars.
If that amount wcro easy to get, no
ilcuht all would prefer n church built
of tho most durable material possible.
Tho present wooden church hnH nn-
Bwered thn purposes very acceptably
for over forty )onrs, hut Jho present
generation should respond to tho ciUl
foi help willingly and gleefully ns tho
original subscribers during tho sixties
did for tho present generation.
Helen A. Ciishlngliam, guardian of
tho Holt minors, has 11 led n petition
In tho Circuit Court ror lcavo to
mortgage for not to exteed I0O0O nt
seven per cent the Holt block ami
other piopcrty She states that tho
Income from the estato has not proY'
ec sudlclent to support nnd educate
her charges and the estnto is now In
debt to W. O Smith to tho extent of
Nuw York slock market trading j
dwindles to dnil) average of half mil
.Many women faint when 11,000'
persons nro thrown Into u panic In
at Lotus coliseum
Mr and Mis W K Vaudorbllt. Ir.
live apart and decline to speak about
Count htmiiit.i, milliliter of foreign
ii ft ti I r Informs 1'iautls II IhiiuIs
that Japan desires peace with world
:: :: it it tt tt tt tt tt i: n :: n tt tt
Ininmeiits there Is u Email hnhinit
utter pa) Ing all bills II) careful
management cm the pari of tho hi-
iliis the Income Is now expected to
ecivei i mining expenses.
'A Japanese child belonging to u
woman nt the Club was nccldenttill)
b aided to death Siinda) evening.
llemembel the union rervlce nt tho
lu, II Siindu) evening.
Slut o beef his gone up, eat p&
bet f nnd mom mushrooms, nud snvu
NEW - TO-DAY'
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
C. Breuer & Co, Ltd.
Notlco Is hercb) given that ut AhV
Annual Meeting of Shareholders of,
C llHlIWlIIt & CO, Ltd. held this
chi). tho following Honrd of Olllcora"
was oletted to servo for the ensuing
Chas. M. Cooke President1
flan TT T) 1 A vi a m a
Vice President and Manager
t. r, jiwiop ireasurer ana secretary
rf, n. uhk Aurllto
i-. u. Jones, Ueo. K. Carter, 0. H.
rkc . . .. Directo:
All of tho iiucivo lonslltutlng th
Hoard of Directors of tho corporation'
Dated. Honolulu February 8. I it 0 rf.
II V 11131101
rJ29-liu Secretary. -
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