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EVENING miM.ETtN, HONOLOMJ. T. II. MONDAY, MAY 10. 1069.
An entirely r.cw brand, very stylish and up-to-date. Positively the
best values ever offered in shirt waists.
.The assortment comprises a profusion of long sleeve models, all new
LOT 1 at Sj1.50 each. Five different styles to seject from, made
of fine lawn, with embroidered front, and trimmed with embroidery;
others made of fine mull, J'"kc tucked and trimmed with double thread
Valenciennes Lace; and still othersplain tucked end tailored.
LOT 2 at $2.00.. Tour different-styles to select Jrom, made of
fine lawn and sheer mulls, sonic all embroidery, others a combination of
lace and embroidery with tucks back and front.
LOT 3 at 2.50. Three styles to select from, made of sheer fine
materials, one style made of fine baby tacks, lace trimmed, others of
embroidery and lace and embroidery trimmed.
LOT 4 at $2.75. Made of mull and fine lawn, lace and embroid
ery trimmed, and fine tucked tailor made with stiff cuff and collar.
SEE WINDOW DISPLAY.
A lar(c new assortment just oucned, attractive in style and price.
Every pair is placed at an unusually low figure, offering you n big in
ducement to buy now.
3 yds. long at S5f; pair.
3Vi yds. long at $1 pair.
..312 yds. long, full width, at
$1.25 a pair. Better qualities
nt $1.50, $2, and up.
) Cluny design, 3Vi yds. long, at
$-1.25 a pair.
SEE OUR CURTAIN DISPLAY.
Sachs Dry Goods Co., Ltd.
Fort and Beretania Streets
If you order from us.
Call and See the New 30-H.P.
THE 7-PASSENGER, 40-H.P.
and 40-H. P. CHALMERS.
DETROIT TOURING CAR.
Draught, Driving and Saddle.
BENNY & CO., LTD.,
And Duyers Of
415 Queen St,
185 editorial rooms 5G busi
ness office. These are the telephons
number!; of the Dulletln office.
3 yds. long, extra wide, new
pattern, $2.25 n pair.
New style. SVa yds. long, extra
wide, $-1.75 a pair.
Made of heavy net, trimmed with
Battenbcrg and 'applique, from
$5.50 a pair up.
You can get more cream from the
same amount of milk you now take.
The Pond Dairy
ABSOLUTELY HACK RATES.
Wilson and Murphy.... Proprietors
Hotel Street hear Nuuanu (Old
Phone, temporary, 468.
Your machine will bu ready for
you when we say it will be. We
don't experiment ou autos; we repair
Von Hamm- Young
ALEXANDER Y0UNQ BUILDING.
GEO. S. WELLS, Mgr. .
HOTEL ST. PHONE 101,
TQURINQ CAR, $1185.
SCHUMAN CARRIAGE CO., LTD.
MERCHANT ST. NEAR ALAKEA.
Received ex Alameda a New Ship
rnent of Latest Styles in
1020 ND0ANU ST
tapas, baskets, mats.
( Hotel near Fort.
AN ENLARGEMENT of one of your own PICTURES. Any ncgathc that
-vill make a good ordinary print will make a good en- f T JlS Y) IT'C
largement. They can be made rich as etchings if taken to vJ LJlVlv.L A O
Eulogizes McKinley and
v Pr.aises American
Charles V Fall banks, former Vice
President of tho United State. Inst
night addressed n Mr audience nt
the Methodist ehurch mid chose as
Ills subject the life and work, of the
late President William McKlnlo
..Mr. Kill linn lis' nddiesM was highly
eugollstlc uf the malt) red I'rcaldclit,
whoso life he traced through the en
tire public career of the man
The Spanish-American war and
Mr. McKinley 's'pnrt In It the speak
er iffcrrcd to -fiartlculurlv and In
dr'tall He told of how cruelly Pres
ident McKinley was criticized for
delaying to declare war on Spain
Mr. M(Knlcy knew what wai was
and hoped that If the matter could I
lie poperly presented to Spain seri
ous trouhle might he averted
He' was wise and prudent and
Knew that war with Spain might
mean war with all of lAtiope. Ilutl
when It became lnc liable, lie did
not hesitate to call for an upptoprla
Hon of sr.O.UOO.tlOO to carry It on.
Ami congress did not hesitate t ovote
tho appropriation. The Hcprcseutn
tlves and Senators all Noted iih
Americans and not as party men.
The declaration of war by Con
gress tlm spvaker characterized as a
masterly document, wot thy of n plate
In the most worthy literature of Hie
The unprecedented act Ion of
America, when the war was finally
brought to u successful close. In
keeping her promise 'to Cuba and
tinning the island over to them tt
lie govorneil ny tiiem was treaieu ni
length by Mr. Fairbanks. When
America's ling wns lowered on Moio
Castle, It was by America's hand, he
said. And he expressed the opinion
Unit at no time In the future will
America's flag be lowered except by
Keferrlng to the battle of Manltn,
Mr. Fairbanks mild that tho order
given by Dewey, "C.rldley, lire when
you'ro ready," wns one of the most
portentous evttr Issued, for It Involv
ed the destiny of a Itepubllc, tho des
tiny of nn Kmplre.
Tho speaker defended at length
tho action of tho Senate In the Phil
ippine matter, and ulso tho payment
lo Spain of $20,000,000 for Llic
islands which ahead)', according to
tho laws of nations, belonged to this
country as tho spoils of war. Theso
actions, ho said, redound to the ma
jesty ami hlAh Ideals of America.
rormer Vice President Fairbanks
addiossed tho members of the Men's
Club of St. Andrews CutUedral on
tho subject of "Tho Karly Missionar
ies to tho Hawaiian Islands," lu tho
Astembly Hall of tho Cathedral yes
lot day afternoon.
Mr. Fairbanks paid a glowing
tribute to tho solf-sacrlflcing work
of tho men who (list brought the
teachings of Christianity to this part
lot tho world.
Ho pointed out tho wonderful
work which tho Kplscopnl church
has accomplished since It was llrst
established hero under tho Jul Mic
tion of the Church of England, I'nt
tlcularly did ho compliment lliuliop
Hestnrlek on, what ho has dona ulnco
tho Amcrlciiu climch took charge of
THE PARK THEATRE.
Tho now coloied hIIiIch for lllustraLt'il
songs Inn 0 arrived and "1 11 Dear Old
tioorglu" will ho sung tonight by ,Mr.
(leo, Mllno with lllustratlvu slides, Th"
Mttlo MclnoUu sisters will slug
"There's it Hoom Jo Hent In My Heat I
for Yjm." Tho 'filing. Include "The
Daughter of Krln," which Is n very
pretty and Interesting stoiy In pic
tures. Bulletin Business Office Phone 25G,
Rullrtin Editorial Room Phon 185
Several lots at it baiculn from (7S
to SHJG, tit Aluvvn on Kttunwal Lane,
below Judd btrcet (Joed view Cool,
healthy. Jv'ear car lino Cnvem
nlent water. Ton por rent cash, bal
ance In small monthly payments,
P. E. R. Strauch
Wnlly lllilg. 71 S, King St.
A TEXAS STEER.
ncniiln eel nn Idea
(hut the plav "A Texas Hleer" Is
similar to ' Texan Hanger " Theie
Is nothing lu common with the hit
ler piece "A Texas Steer'' de.ils
with the election of one Mathcw
Ilrandcr. n Texas t.ittle nilsci. who
Is sent to cimgicsa on the account
that his wife mil daughter wish l
hlne in Washington sin-lot They
go to Washington and his nilvcli-
MATTIE LLOYD LUCE IN "A TEXAS
tures as u tenderfoot in that largo
city supplies the plot for many com
plications mitt fiiuir filiations. The
Oshoriid will liaM' a new specialty,
mill Hay Collins will gtw n pleasing
illustrated song. There hae been
so mntiy requests for another per
formance of "Cliiderelia" that the
management have de'lded to present
It ut thu WedlieHda Special Matinee.
. NO COMPLAINT.
(Continued from Pece 1)
and on this the) chti to support fif
teen bundled Honolulu Plantation lab
orers for a week or M. months as may
bo found necossarv
Tho Honolulu Plantation affair Is
confined cxcluslel to the Japanese,
ami If these men nn- Httcremifiil It fi
stntJd that others on this Island will
Manager Hoss staled this noon that
the Jr.paneso laborers were not at
work today ami he hail heard nothing
from thc.m ns to their reasons for not
going to work, i.verjtlilng was re
ported qtilot about the plantation and
presumably th'u"!hti:incso will present
their petition during the day.
It Is-stated-thnt tho request of tho
laborers will the tliat their wages be
Inci cased to ono dolltt- a day per man
regardless of tho character of the
work done. '
There Is nbsolnlely no excitement In
the whohi'nrfnlt- except what tho'lllgh
Wage ngltnWirs have succeeded In
stirring up In Honolulu thioimh their
.InpattfHt) and allied English news
II. M'Moad, head of the planters'
labor bureau, and Itlchard Ivors, rep
leseutlng tho agents, went to the plan
tation this morning hut returned n
tho npon hour with nothing to resirt
beyond tho fact that tho Japanese lab
orertf at Alea havo quit. Posslbl
their petition will bo presented till:
evening, but up to tho present moment
there Is absolutely nothing for the
agents' to net on.
One of the reasons why beer
is good for one is that it is absolutely
the purest beverage manufactured.
The nature of the fermenting pro
cess demands strict purity ,n for the
slightest impurity spoils the beer.
In brewing Primo Beer, cleanli
ness is carried to extremes; the very air
in which it is cooled is filtered, and it is
stored in air-tight glass-lined tanks till
ready for bottling.
The rich, soft flavor of Primo is
due to this care in the making. The
Best Beer Brewed is
K Abt . Hie .In pan
i when recti this morn
sine in ine jurisiiiciiou in ine .inpan
ese Consul. The dlffeienres of opliilon
between the empln.vers ami employe,
ho ralil, should lie settled between I
themselves. It was rumored this morn I
lug that the Consul General would go
down to Alea today, but since the.
Japanese made no stirring excitement, r V6
he did not go.
It Is leported that the Japanese of
Wiilpahu mn go out tomoriow
lonionow morning or this ecnlng
The profile of Knhuku have also re
ceived the report that the Japanese
of that plantation will quit win I, the
latter part of the wcoii.
(Continued from Pare li
ccsslty for taking any action." said he
"Mr Don Inn would not willingly do
anything opposed In the Interests of
I do not understand that It was ever
Intended to exhibit the Alms cummer
clnlly but really I have no olllclal cog
nlzance of the matter nt all."
It is the general opinion Unit nlto-
Bother too much prominence h.is been
glen to tho leprosy bltu.illon through
arguments lu the Legislature nud else
where. It Is claimed thai things have
lieeu so distorted as to give u wrong
Impression regarding tho in evidence
of leprosy In these Islands and It Is be
lleved that, to exhibit tho Knhiupapa
films would ho to ngltate the affair lu
u wholly unnecessary manner.
I have, sent none of my Kalammpu
films lo tho Coast," snld It. K. Iloiilne
this morning, "and I have no Intention
of Kcndlug any. lu fact, I inn not send
ing out uny moving picture films of
Hawaii scenes, Tho only ones I havo
sent uw'n) hayu been a few that 1
nindo for llurl'on Holmes, I am tak
ing my plctuies for my own use hero.
"So far as tho Settlement dims tire
concerned, I huo made only mu print
oft each of them mid they were Bent
over to the Settlement and, I suppose,
wero exhibited there last night I inn
nt work today making up n set of tho
pi hits for a -private exhibition to which
I have Invited Oowrnor Frear, Mr
Fairbanks nud Secretary Mott-Smlth
for this evening at 9 o'clock.
"I exhibited my pictures to the
Hoard of Health recently and they an
nounced that they found absolutely
nothing to object to In them. I don't
reo what nil this trouble is about. I
have not been sending any pictures l.i
the Coast. Hut If I wanted to do so, I
would and I should not ask anylud)'s
permission. Tho pictures ure my own
iind I call do with them as I please,
and I lint 'a Just what t Intend to do.
It's nobody else's business. Hut so far
us I can see, there Is nothing for any
body to object to In my pictures."
ClovorMoi Fruar slated this morning
that he had not Jet seen the pictures
but Intended Ui go with C. W. Full-
banks and Secretary Mott-Smlth to ten
Ho did not euro to ex-
press any opinion lu regard to them
until he had seuli them, hut said that
as u Sciieial thing ho did not think It
ndvlsnble or for ho best Interests r
tho Territory to havo any pictures sent
to the mainland which deal with loh
tosp In these Islands, ns li.ex luBhi
glvo people tho lda that tho dlseaso Is
moio prevalent hero than It really Is.
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
Walluku Sugar Co to Hnlleku M Ka
irSaiiJThe 3eerThat's Jrewed.
HPIUKIA STIRS UP
So mfew he re
The financial standing of the Knaliu
tu,a!iu Soclet Is in an euinai Hissing
condition The menilii rs are worn
ing esp.'clall). In vl"vv of Hie faci ih ,.
they see no way of gettlim their nuim-v ,
bark. The amount of niimev nilsslnv
fiom the trcusiir). aecotdltiH n mini
her of membeis. Is In the neighbor
hood or jr.no.
The, Kniihiimaini Socleiv In oni' m
(lie oldest Hawaiian women's socle
Ho members r present all cI.ikm
of life. Their hold Iheli.niotithlv meet
ing lu the Kawaliihuo church. The
ipiluclpnl object of the soclot) Is n
help those who are lu plllkla When
I " ' -'"." ' " ' , " l".. " , ""'
pulses me Inline li the society.
According to a member of the lliiaul
of Dliectors, the shortage was (Uncov
ered by Henry Smith, who wns iiutlun
lzod to audit the books of the onieen
of the hill. After the examination
of the accounts Smith. It I9 rhIiI
called lief die him the members of lln
1 Ida rd of Dliectots, and asked lln-in
for an explanation leganllng ine at
legwl shortage. The mutter Is lidnr
(loo. Miiudon. who arrived f 10111 Ha
wall last Saturday, will letuiii to In
hume tomoriow. He lenvus 1. the
walhoa j. . : 1
dear. Lansing ,t Co by Trs to
Thomas J King i
Madge Waring lo William A l.ovy
von Hamm-Vouug Co Ltd to (leo C
Heckley Jr .'....Itel
(loo C Heckley Jr to von 1 latum-
Young Co Ltd CM
K X Kunu and wf to Chtug Shal et
Palolo Laud and Imp Co Ltd to
Hugh O Davis
lliiwn Trust Co Ltd Tr to Pnlolo
Land ft Imp Co Ltd Pur He.
Honolulu Ilapld T & L Cti to Palolo
Lnnd & Imp Co . Ltd Par He
Hugh O Davis mid wf to First Amor
Sav & Tr Co of II Ltd M
Entered for Hecord May 8, 19C9,
Olan Sugar Co Ltd to Martin Xlel-
son et al ". He
Mrs Mary I da 8llvn to Itos.i da Can-
ha nnd hsh Itel
Hannah I"l'ii and hsh to O T Shli-
I mun )
Oahu Collins by Trs to I. ( Black-
. Uminthnl'. Phillip ami wf'to'llank of
. iiiiw11h 1 ., ,
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5 A Coll'i'in to Huwi.ll Lnn.l Co Ltd I
" c. Achl by mtgee to W C Acid Tr 1
Wnlliiku Sugar Co lo S K Kalel-
Chock Sing et al by Conir to Hono
lulu Library and Heading Hoom
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The woman n U
used Ayir'. llnir i
lictclhrr h;ir...'iu t
Kts from ncjfU'i t
the woman on the
used Ayr Hair i;
to it much of her v
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i aneo and attract!
produces heau' 'til .
rich, lieavj- h . r.
hair, treo from 1I.1' It
trnirtJ by Dr. J. C Vi L w
wncn joj 1; t1 ,.i 1 ere,
you know that tl v ,u, ,r tin?
finest ouality. mul in tin lirse
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