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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. I!., FRIDAY, MAY 48, 1909.
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WIW BEGIN TUESDAY, JUWE 1st,
at 8:00 a. in.
mini si rm ii ijjmw
An immense accumulation of Remnants
of ail kinds. Among the dress ma
terials, the lengths are sufficient for
dresses, sKirts or waists
All Remnants at Half Price
Dress Goods and Suitings of aii Kinds.
Silks and Satins, Wash Materials of
White Goods, plain and figured.
Ginghams, Shirtings, and Flannelettes.
Draperies, Table Linen, Dress Linen,
Embroideries and Laces.
Remnants now on display in our
Sale begins Tuesday, Jine 1st, 8 ?. m
Always on Top :
in framing. Metal frames from i5c to $2.50
SAMOA WANTS MORE
Secretary Wood Sends
Tort and' Bcietnnia Sts.
Opp. Fire Station.
"BfTirft Soil, black or Waianae sand, coral
Jc or rock furnished to fill 1111 denrcs-
bicitt or build up terraces.
P. M. POND
our Garage ;
FRANKLIN 1909 MODEL
FRANKLIN "D" TOURING CAB.
The famous hill climber.
Hotel Street, near Nuuanu
The car you hear so much about.
I Your machine will bo ready fori
I you when we say it will be. ye
I don't experiment on autos; we repair
At erterdav afternoon's nicctliiR of
(lie l'roniotlnn Committee Secretary II. 1
I'. Wood will submit the followluK
"Gentlemen: lly the last mall
pedal lettera were sent out to nil
lite trnns-l'itclflc steamship compan
ies, lis well .'is tu nil trnns-contliieii-tnl
rnllwns, enclosing a list of the
books on Hawaii kept liv our local
book stores, nigKontlnu Hint more of
these wilinues hIiouIiI II ii it n place In
the libraries, on lionril the steamers
.mil limited trains-
The following letter and article
fiout the Samoan XeltutiK lire of In
"Aplu, Samoa. April 21, 100?.
II. 1. Wpnil, Ksq..
Secretary Hawaii Promotion
Committee. Uunotulu, Ha
waii. Dear Mr. Wood: I bei? In ac
knowledge our IlltcicstitiK letter of
Mnrcli 10, also the enclosure of the
pamphlet In regaid to your efforts
anil mode of procedure.
Have taken the libel ty of copy
ing part of tlio name In an nrtlcte
which I cnclnso printed In the Ha
1110:111 Xcituiifi of April 21.
Am tryttiK " tlr up Hie people
heio to t ho Importance of following
In our footitcps re tlio iidvcrtlsiiiK
:ild placlliK before tlio public the
beauties of picturesque Sonion. I
cannot lell what the result may bo,
but If not successful It will not be
for want of effort on my part.
Aii assistance I may be uble to
lender will be n pleasure.
With kindest regards, I remain
Very sincerely yours,
(Slid ) MASON MITCIIKI.I..
"POSSIIlli.lTIHS OK SOMOA."
I beg lo call the attention of the
' Vorkehravereln" society lo the of
tints of tbe Hawaiian l'roniotlnn
C'ommltteo mid some" data relatlvu
lo mode of procedure, mid results nc
louildlslicd by that body.
The Snninan Mauds rank second
lo none In the world In beauty mid
ncncriil Interest of picturesque na
tive life. To be Mire, itiey aro hun
dlcnpped at the present time by the
wunt of a direct mid regular line of
steamers to America, the country
that furnishes the majority of mon
eved tourists, but with the present
Congress of America, there Is reason
to hope It will pass the shipping
subsidy bill, whereby tlio Oceanic
line of steamers, running from San
l'ninclsco to Australia via Samoa,
will be restored.
Theiu 1110 hundreds of plans foi
nttinctlug tlio nttentlon of desirable
people as settlers or as sojourners,
but no Intelligence department of
nny excellence tiles to employ them
all at once. HuwuU's committee Is
working consistently and within the
mnoiint of funds available, on n
number of general systems. These
Include' (a) Distribution of fold
ci 3 and printed matter; (U) corre
spondence with similar bodies mid
with trael ugents; (c) Information
bureaus In Honolulu and I.os An
geles; (d) a news service designed
to furnish matter on Hawaii to
In the way of printed matter, the
j committee Ii covering a cry largo
iieiu in a raroiiu ami judicious man
ner at a minimum of rost Durlnp,
the past cnr, 207,000 separate piec
es of descriptive matter were sent
out to all parts of the world, or an
avernge of upwards of "00 pieces
dally. At the present lime the pub
lications me handled by practically
every excursion bureau, railway nnd
steamship agency thioughout the
fulled Stales nnd Canada, as well
as by many hotels, In this connec
tion tho Pacific Coast and the Pa
cific Korlhwest have received es
Thoughout the Orient. In Java,
Australia, New Zealand mid Ceylon,
the most pleasant relations exist
with t!i oflelal tourist nnd Intelli
gence depmtments. Tills Is espec
ially true In Japan, where the Jap
anese Welcome Soclot has for a
number of years been working In
most cordial and effectual co-opera-tloti
with Hawaii's bureau. The
same is true of Australians. I'or
both Australia and New Zealand,
Hawaii rendcrej Important service
in distributing among the men of
the Atlantic fleet large quantities of
matter Just before they sailed, nnd,
in return, is getting every possible
assistance from the bureaus of the
southern lands In its own work.
The work of preparing promotion
lltcrntuie Is someUiIng that has been
je.irs of careful work by the com
mittee, nnd the matter In this line
published today will' compare favor
STORE BURNED 'AFTER
Shlbayama, one of the chain of sup
ply places run by that man in West
Hawaii, was burned lo the ground
last. Tuesday night. At present no
cnirse has been found for the blaze.
The1 Insurance people are Investigat
ing and will probably contest pay
ment of the claim, as giant powder
and caps were in the building. The
explosions were heard at Knllu.i -three
Circuit Court of the Thud Circuit
has extended Its term for the trial
of lengthy civil cases brought
against the Hutchinson plantation,
nno action having taken up a couple
of week's time and the ordinary
term being of Insufficient length,
W. Wolters nnd Wm. Mann were
Indicted on April 29th by the Clrand
Jury in connection with testimony
given by them to the court. Judge
Stanley hns been retained to defend
at the Koua court.
Stenographer Coombs has been
ably with that of nny other country reprimanded by Judge Mntthcwmnn
News Jottings From
Circuit Court At
iuiiuu n 1 ... 1 .... n n 1.
vaircu uy Lyuia c i-mk"
(special to the 11 11 1 1 e 1 1 n .) ham s Yeeetab eComnounu
KAII.UA. Hawaii. May 27 -The ,, M(l .. rr fr
Holualoa. .North Kona. store of T mr llfe ,., mlservto me I sintered
, --, ,.. I.M....1..I
-. 1 111 ill II IVWUItlll
vS&Msj Hps terrible drag.
ti?ti Rl'g sensations,
xtreme nervous ,
ness, mid that all !
fjonr feeling In my
itr.lrti.i1i T I, ml 1
IM given tip linpo of
ever Ileitis well
when 1 began to 1
time i.jiii.i 1;. rniK
When lcttinir their rontrncti
for painting sperify W. 1'.
Tuller & Co s
It laula lunger, hns a more)
hcautiiui Ciid.Ii ami is mure
ccoiiomiiul than pa 1 ut 'iul
mixed by local painters.
Lowcifi & Cooke,
177 S K:n Street.
MAKE another visit to
M HALEIWA. You'll
ham's Vegetable I PnJOV H.
Compouml. Then fc J
I felt as though
new life had been
or kectlou of rountry hi the world.
The committee consistently tries to
nu.'lil lutrudlng In liny way on the
Held of private enterprise, believing
that wherever possible it Is Its prov
ince to encourage such enterprise.
Tor this 1 canon partially the plan
of veiy elaborate! "souvenir" book
lets nnd historical '"jr descriptive
books. Is not now followed by the
committee, the call for this class of
matter being amply supplied by lo
cal dealers nt reasonable rates. In
stead, the aim of the (ommltteo Is
mi account of his failure to properly
take dawn testimony In tho tatter's
The. Hoard of Immigration met
yesterday afternoon In the board's
offices In the Stungenwald 'I u ling
to hold u final conference with Im-
o furnish data on the Islands of cv- migration Agent A. J. Campbell,
I Von Hamm-Young
! Co., Ltd.
ALEXANDER Y0UNO BUILDING.
LaiRc imported work horses for sale.
BENNY S CO., LTD.,
And Buyers Of
415 Queen St.
185 editorial rooms JJO hutl
nest office. These are ths telcplio.io
numbers of the Bulletin office.
GEO. S. WELLS, Mgr.
HOTEL ST. PHONE 101.
TOURING CAR, $1185.
SCHUMAN CARRIAGE CO., LTD.
MERCHANT ST. NEAR ALAKEA.
Received ex Alameda n New Ship
ment of Latest Styles in
1029 NUUANU Sli
eiy description that Could bo of use
In the tourist or prospective resi
dent, lp clear, concise form, nnd In
such manner that'tlici SeolteV for In
formation may find it without un
It was foimerly estimated whon
the Oceanic steamers touched at
Apia, each ship was worth $1,000
to the ton, A resumption of the
service would bring ns much and
probably more. It Is therefore nil-
given me, and I am recommeiullii'T It C flail' ftiflrfnnrl IHilp
to all my friends "-Mm. W. S. I'oiii., ! Jl. Uall UlUl'OOU, IlilM .
19.58 Lansdownc St, llalllmnre. Mil. 1 J
lu this 1
Si Vienna Bakery
clthaii , J
Boston Bajted Beans.
Lcnvc 01 dcis si day nhra.'
28 loaves of bread for $1 00.
1120 Fort St. Thoiic 107.
Tho most successful rcmcilv In this
country for tho cure of all forms of
female complaints Is I.ydl.i K. l'lnk-
nam 11 vegeiauie (.aimpounu. ji
stood tho test of years and to-d
morn wldelv and sticcessf ullv used
anvntlicr female reined v. It lias cured
llious.iuiis 01 omeu who n.ive oeen
troubled with displacements, Inllain
matloti, ulceration, ilbrold tumors, Ir
rcKularllles, erlmllc ji.ilns, b.ickache, ,
that heariinf-dnwn feeling, llatuleiicy,
lnc ci'st on. 11 id nervous imisiraiiun.
after all other means had failed.
If you are snllerln from any or thevi
ailments, don't plve up 1iiih- until joii
have given I.ydl.i II. rlnkham's Vegx.
table t'omiKMiud a trial.
If you would like special mlvlco
write to Mr. IMiikliiiiu, I.miii,
niuss., Jin' It. She litis UMililcil
tlHiiisiinil.'i tu licallli, frvo of
. MEMORIAL DAY
The parade for Memorial lla will
form on Miller, between Hotel mid
lleretanln stieets, live mounted po-
vlsublu for the Verkehrsvereln to! papers of tho Territory, calling 11111
... . . ." . ... .. l..l......ll.... ... ....!.. tl. lln.ir.l
put theniHchcs In , touch with the
Hawaii Committee, is Austiulla nnd
New Zealand have done Acting In
unity with these societies and using
the sumo methods of iidvortlslng us
far ns their means will allow, much
can be galtuM .towards attracting
the settler and tourist to Samoa.
Itespect fully submitted,
(Stalled) II. 1. WOOD,
prior to his departure 011 the China
Matters were Informally talked over like In ndvnnce lo prepare the wuj
and various members of the board I for (he parade. The Marshal, the
United States Marines, Hawaiian
Hand, National (luurd of Hau.ill,
Kumehnmclui Cadets, Governor and
StafT, O. A. It.. Spanish War Veter
ans, the public. The parade right
will lest on lleretanln. The march
will stint promptly at 9 o'clock.
The line of parade will be: Kill
mil lo lleretanln lo AluLfii- to King
to I'ort to School to Nmi
11 11 tt In cemetery- Itetnin- Nuu
111111 to School to Vineyard to Hmiiia,
and there pass In lcvlew, right rest
ing 011 l.'nimii mid Hotel streets.
FOR SALE AT ALL BARS
ONLY table drink. Manufnc-
tund hy the
Arctic Soda Water Works
expressed their opinions. Campbell
was given u free hand regarding the
employment of such assistants as
ho may find necessary from tlmo to
time. His Ilrst visit will he to the
I'ursuant to n resolution passed
nt a recent meeting, a largo adver
tisement has been Inserted In news-
agriculturalists to notify tho Hoard
of Immigration nt onrn regarding
the number of Immigrants that they
can make use of and the induce
ments that they lire prepared to offer.
MRS. HASSINGER DEAD
Mrs. J. A Hnsslnger, mother of Mrs
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children.
Fhe Kind You Have Always BougM
The Industrial Edition of
Eveninir Bulletin, wraooed
ready for mailing, SO 'cents at B u 1 .afternoon
letin office 'Holt coin
I day afternoon at the Mm Holt cottage
In Wnlklkl, where she was lsltlng her
. daughter Heart disease was the cause
of Mrs. Hasrlnger's sudden fiul.
Mrs. Harslnger had resided here for
, many years and was vory well known
When but a little girl alio came hero
from Tahiti, her'blitliplace, ami uiado
i her home hero (hereaftor. She leaves
I two daughters, Mrs. Kalk nnd Mis. I.
I.I Sullivan, and a sister, Mrs. C. (I.
lloss. .Mrs Hnsslnger una 65 yuarsj
Kiuicnil services will be held this
at 3 o'clock from the von
THE ART THEATFlE.
The beautifully colored Minis thai
Hie Art Tliealie has been nuiiiliig have I
been gieat draulng card "Tho Heel
and the Hone," which gxs cm tonlglu
Is u photographic rcpiodiietlou of a
fnnlustlc opera, "lu Shenandoah Vul
ley" Is continued by rcipiect
The di ink that in
WKomlcs, hut does
not make a man
THE PARK THEATRE.
Tho reception of iho American fleet
at Sydney Is Iho latest nt tlio I'nrli
Theatre, and Is very Interesting The
Malay oirliestru mid the singing of the
Melnntte sisters adds lo the enjoyment
of the entertainment.
BANKS TO CLOSE..
TArAS, BASKETS, MATS.
Hotel near Fort.
When You Ask for Butter Specify
Pure As Gold
California's Choicest Creamery Product
Henry May & Co.,
The banks of Iho city !!1 observe
Memorial Day by closing on Mi ud.iy
Own account of the abandon
ment of the voyane of the
Snark as told In a letter to Dr.
E. S. Goodhue will appear In
The committee appointed by the
, lliiiiid of Dlrectois of tlio Hoard of
tTiado to look Into the new llllci 1m-
lel mutter hns received a reply to
Us letter to Irwin & Co. Inqulilm;
I as lo the tonus on which the old ho-
tel could be secured. Tho letter
states that the matter has been
.covered In a communication sent to
Spieckels Ilrothers In San Tnuicls-
co, the owners of the property, and
that an nul-iiiid-nut sale of the prop-
city has been iccummcnded Illlo
It is the tonic for
the man who feels
run down hy over
work. At our Fountain only.
& Co., Ltd.
Hotel and Fort Streets.
GEO. A. MARTIN,
Business Suits for $25.
$400 4-r. house nud lot, 50x100,
at Schnack Tract, Nuuanu.
$500 4-r. house and lot. 45xG0, at
Alcwa, below Judd St.
$000 5-r. house and lot, 45x60, on
extension Kuakini, nr. Punch
Bowl car line.
AND OTHER BARGAINS.
P. E. R. Steiuch
Waity Bldij. 71 S. King St.
WING CHONG CO
KINO ST. NEAR BETHEL
Dealers in Furniture Mattresses,
Etc., Etc. All kinds of KOA and
Nuuanu and Hotel St, ou site of old
MISSION FURNJTURE Made To
BERETANIA ST.. NEAR ALAKEA.
Fine Cakes and Ice Cream.
Rolls and Buns Fresh every worn-inc.
LUNCHES and DRINKS
The most notmlar
place iu town.
The Fashion Saloon
Ttote St. near Fort,
Jack Scully. Jack Roberti,