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For Monday, Tuesday and -Wednesday
with colored designs, 27 in. wide, very
pretty for costumes. Regular price 25c
a yd. Sale price 18c yd.
Plain Colored Burlaps
36 in. wide. Regular price ,20c a yd.
Sale price, 8 yds for $1.00
Have You Seen the New
Wc have them in all the new shades; Champagne
Grey, Old. Rose, light Blue and lavendar, 27 inches wide,
New Cotton 'Foulards
. They look just like silk; Tan, Copenhagen Blue, Navy
Blue and Black, 20 a yaid.
The Latest Novelties in
And they nrc certainly beauties. Colors: Navy and Gold,
Grey and Gold- Orcen and Gold, Brown and Gold. Light
Blue and Gpld,
New Oriental Laces
Edgings nnd Insertions to match, very dainty patterns.
White nnd Cieam.
Sachs' Dry Goods Co.,
Cor. Fort nnd Bcrctnn ia Ets.
JL OUI" XjOIj "ons
Hotel Street, near Nuunnu (Old
Your machine will be ready ifor
you when we say it will be. Wc
don't experiment on outos; we repair
Von Hamm - Young
ALEXANDER YOUNO BUILDING.
, AUTOMOBILE TOPS;Woit HOFSeS
W. W. WRIGHT & CO.,
King nnd South Sts.
- Royal Hawaiian
GEO. S. WELIS, Mgr.
HOTEL ST. PHONE 101.
TOURING OAR, $1185.
BCHUMAN CARRIAGE CO.. LTD.
MERCHANT ST. NEAR ALAKEA.
I Received ex Alameda a New Ship
ment of Latest Styles in
1028 NUUANU ST.
0pp. Fire Station,
Soil, black or Waianae sand, coral
or rock f"nniiiliirl in fill vtn denrn.
or build UP terraces.
P. M. POND
On display at
FRANKLIN 1009 MODEL
FRANKLIN "D" TOURING OAR.
""he famous hill climber.
The car you hear to much about.
Lnrc imported vwork horses' for. sale,
CLUB 1 STABLES
BENNY & CO., LTD,,
And Buyer Of
415 Quern St.
185 editorial rooms "50 "'
ness office. The$e .aro.the telepho.u
numbers or trie. Bulletin office.
Beautify Your Home
With Good Pictures
SANDERS GfcTS GOOD
BACKING IN RUN
Will Make Stiff Fight
x In Effort To Be
II. M. Sander, the Major' nit-
polntcc for tho office of milk Inxpector,
Is making a HtrenuouH fight for con
firmation. So far tho Supervisors
have not rliown any great entliunlnont
mor tho Mayor's cholco ami tho con-
flnuatlou rather hangs In the balance.
Banders has secured a list of prom
inent men endorsing him for tho posi
tion, among those who liuvo signed
his paper being Clarence II. Cooke,
James P. 'Morgan, Charles II. Atlior
ton, Harry Armltagc, F. c. Stcore,
Emll A. Ilerndt and Wlllard E, Ilrovvn.
No ono has come forward with any
charge against Sanders, the chief ar
gument of tho opposition being that
Mjliro, who hus hold tho ofTIra under
tlio Territory, has been tried and
frind capable, while tho Ma)oi'a mail
In an unknown quantity.
-Jt Is not unllkuly that tlio tiuporvl
oi8 may tuko tho matter up for consid
eration tonight, and cither confirm or
My lire Is said tn havo the suport of
Pood Commissioner Duncan and that
fact Is liable to havo consldnrnhlu
weight with tlio Hoard, though opral
of the members nro understood to bo
personal friends of Sanders.
Following Is tho program for the
Herbert Withers Concert Company
nt the Opera House this ccuing:
First Movement Sonata" . . . .Crete
(For cello and piano)
Herbert Withers ami Mine. Kty.
,Alr from "Tho Mnrrlngo of Figaro"
Ilarltono Solo Charles Dennett
Hccltntivc and Aria "Softly Sighs"
From Dcr Frulschultz.
Soprano Solo Madamo Sobrlno
n. "Sur le Lac" Godnrd
b. "Tnrnntelle" Popper
Cello ; Herbert Withers
"Irish Khupiodic" .. A... Ilosenthal
Pinna Madame- Klzy
n. "Illrds In tho High Hall
Ouardcd" Dr. Somervell
b. "Yoemen of Kngland"
. . j Kdw. German
. Charles Dennett.
"Dear, When I Look" ... Rogers
"A Dlrthday Song" Cowen
"I.o Cygno" Saint-Saens
Cello Herbert Withers
On Friday evening. June 18, and
Tuesday etcnlnc. June 22, the Her
bert Withers Company will appenr In
the Opern House in an entire change
ot program. Seats are on nolo at
Dergstrom Music Co.
Deputy U. S. Internal Revenue Col
lector Doyle arrived from Kuul to
day -ajid will return tomorrow nn
business connected with the office.
Collector Drake Is expected home
Children's day wasobscned nt Oahu
prison jeter.l,iy, J. A. Until, mid fifty
of his Sunday-sehool children being
present nt the Institution to conduct
Cable : .Knudsen to Morgan
"I am cabling you today to tend, $100 worth of May's Old JCona Coffee. I am satisfied that wc
can make the coffee exhibit as attractive as the pineapple exhibit- and I want this old coffee to
serve." Extract from letter oJas.tF. Morgan from A. F. Knudstn, Chairman Hawaii Commission,
Seattle Fair. .
lis the-rccogntyd standard everywhere in Hawaii. That is -because the coffee is selected and aged.
You can have this coffee for your pvn tabic, at 25c the ppund, fresh roasted and ground daily.
HONOLULU, T. It., MONDAY, Jl'NIJ
Private Mourned Over
All Night and'Then
Shortl) before the trnuspoM Logan
leached harbor here, I'rlvati lolin
koii of one of the companies dualled
for Phlltiitiltin ittitv Wflfl tlikpn lytf
rr.mh. n,t ,i,,,.i,,,. n, nniirr ni.hi
............ .,,.., ........n ...u - n-- I
before docking wns pronounced dead found under his' father s liouso In Ta
by the surgeons of the ship IIU'lolo alle hanging from a rafter,
body hail stiffened nnd grown ...1,1 In I v c.p ha, , .. ,uc()VCred Hint
rigor mortis ,the llesh about
. ins ejes I
was dull blue tun) Ills pulsntli.n and
rrsnlrnttoti liml renprd rlltlteh' I
Johnson nntlrlputed a fun. ...1 by
recoerlng Saturday morning and.
although rather slyiky. nt on.. com-,"'
nienccd to enjoy the sfghtB of Mono-
lulu. Tho water on board th, hoat
Is blamed and officials will conduct
Tho men on board the Lok.ih nro
cnjojlng their last day nt n.,,,,,1,,1,,1
lmforo Ihn trnnsmirt leaves f..i Mn-
nlla this cenliE nt G o'clock Tho
men of tho 20th ntntlnticd line nro
acting, as xuldcs about tlio plni.
of Work To Make
On account of the rapid spread
of measles among tho school children
at Kalae on the island of Molokl, tlio
Hoard of Health hus ordered tho
schools closed for two weeks Other
schools nro being Inspected
Superintendent of Public Instruc
tion Ilabhlt returned yesterday from
Maui, where ho visited the new
school at Pala, nnd also the following
districts: llama Kuhpoko. Keahua
Sprccklesvllle, Pumilp, Vnuhce, Wat-
luku, I.alinln.i nnd Lahallumu. He
states that arrangements nro being
rnplclly perfected by which most of
the bn)s attending school ran secure
work on the plantations during tho
As the result of arrangements made
between the Pioneer Mill Company
nnd the Iihntluuu school, seventeen
of the Iiojh will lie transported free
to Knhukii .to work lii tho fields
during the summer months. Plans
for the cultivatlim of .'ill acres of
sugar enne by the bojs on shares
have been completed, nnd In tills way
Mr. Dubblt states Hint it Is hoped In
eventually make all of tho schools
There was n Jolly reunion nn board
the transport Logan this morning
when Lieutenant Juhel A. Hnrly of
Twentieth V. S. Infantry nnd;"1' Qhu Young Peoides Union
Dudley Harvey-Kldcr. who has j,.,,'"-Invited. Tho hour set Is half past
x lulling hero for somo time past, met.
Karly and Hnrvcy-Dlder were class-
mates nnd room-mutes nt thu Ylr-
glula Military Institute and had not
seen each other since collego days.
Karly Is going to tho Philippines
with his regiment
May & Co., Ltd.,
FORMAL VERDICT ON;
BOY SUICIDE'S DEATH
Coroner's Jury Finds
No Reason For Boy's
A Jerdlel of suicide was brought In
last night b the coroner's Jury called
together to pass on the death of 17-
year - old Stanley llclllnn
w ho w as
can hoIu- the Ihij' desire for death.
Ho .was found by bis stepsister nnd
a Jni'-'' Kirl. amidst deliberate
lronrnlloin Tor suicide. The larlnt
,lml u,r ,lu" ,l,'l', wn" llU "w" l""1
,ho b(,x '"' l,ul1 Btt,rt"''5 frnm llot
overturned and cousiuntly had not
been kicked from under him.
Ho had been acting iiuccrly dutln
tho nfternoon and had refused to enter
Uio house, ctjIiib tlio while. The bod
ot "lu unfortunate boj Is at present
at "'" AVIIIIaniB Uiidertaklng Parlors,
but no-airangcments hao been nude
for tho funeral.
"Where Is My Wandering Hoy To
night?" will be shown for the first
time. It Is n great picture nnd will
be appreciated by many a Jgung fel
low who has drifted out to this Para
disc nnd who overlooked "Mother's
Day." There will bo npprpprlnto
music accompanying the film. Mr.
Shaw will again please his nudlcnco
with recitations, (ieorge Milne will
bIiik "Far Awny" with pictures that
will make the story clenr to his hear
ers, nnd the little girls will hac an
entirely new song.
"The Origin of Dccthnveii'M Moon
light Sonata" Is tho star feature in
the new program commencing today.
No pel son of refinement or musical
tnstu can fail to be deeply impressed
with the beautiful presentation of
this pathetic nnd actual episode In
tho great master's life. The ecstatlec
nnd rnptuioiiH expression In tho face
I of tho poor blind girl as she listens
with clasped hands to the wondrous
composition which unveils tn her a
succession of entrancing visions of
moonlit stoics Is something never to
A petition filed by Joseph and
Itog.illne Mukimaru, nctlng guard
ians for Clam, a minor sitter, to dis
poxe of the piopert) In order to pay
the outstanding indebtedness against
the estate and provide for the sup-
'poii nt tho child, was allowed by
: Judge Itohlnson, unit n license Issued
for the sale of thu property
It has dually been decided that the
llll.le Union Tialnliig Class will bo
held nt tho First M. H. church Instead
of the ClnlKtlan church, as announced
mi account of tho executive) meeting of
Harmon) Lodge No. II, 10, O 1
will meet In Odd (jcllow's-Hull this
I Monday evening at 7;.10. Sojourn-
Iig brothers and members of L'xcel
j him Lodgo nro cordially Invited to
- PHONES 22 AND 02.
Chinese Consul Fails To
Make Case Against
The suit fur iiimlual llliet bl ought
by the Tenltoi against Chang
Chnelt I .a I, editor of the Chinese
newspaper, Man Sang Ynt Po, for the
publication of an nlliged scurrilous
article that ifllecte.l on the puwiit
Clilne.se Consul. Tseng Hal, ended
suddenly In Judge l)e Holt's court
this morning. A eidlit was ill reel
ed for the defendant on the giound
Hint the piosecutlon luul fulled to
sustain Its case under the law.
The lourt loom was paiked with
Chinese dlguatatles, Ijwjoik mid
spectators. The Chinese Consul nnd
his secretary were there In full re
fiulla ot oinec Depot Prosecutor
Humphreys repiescnted the prosecu
tion, while .ludge Lindsay acted for
The suit wns oer nn article pub
lishe.l March 2 of last year nbout the
uriest of socrtil gambleis In Clulbt
I) I.'ine. and it stnted that it was
the same place where the Chinese
Consul was nrrested last year with
other gamblers. Consul Tseng Hal
took the stand after the article had
been luterpicted by Joseph Yo Kim,
and declared the nrticle lofcrred to
him and that the editor wns desirous
of bringing ruin to the Chinese Km-
pile nnd nil Chinese officials.
Two witnesses for the prosecution
admitted, however, that the words
in the article might havo referred to
the former Consul, Chang Tso Fang.
Ill good -ICiikIIhIi Tseng Hal iioclalm
ed his Innocence, said fie did not
know where Christly I.une was, had
never gambled, and although he had
never had nny tiouble with the edi
tor, kiww that ho was vindictive
and Intended to disgrace him if pos
sible in tbc.eje.H of his government.
As It was evident fiom the testimony
that the nrticlo might have referred
to the former Consul, and that spe
cific evidence could not bo produced
to convict the Chinese editor, Judge
Do Holt, with the consent of Mr.
lliimplires. directed u verdict for
$15 Cottage with two bedrooms at
Puunui, close Liliha St. car.
Electric Light, cool and healthy.
FJne view. large yard.
P. E. R. Strauch
Real Estate Agent.
Waity Bldg. 74 S. King St.
-For Hale" cardj at Bulletin.
A GAS STOVE has
gone beyond the
luxury stage; it is
now a necessity in,
every home. Meals
are cooked better
and in less time than
with any other fuel:
Burn GAS and have
Make a musical instrument out ot
jour pirtuo by attaching to it a
I DERGSTROM MUSIC CO., LTD.
' Agents. ' i
I Office of the Hoard of Health,
Honolulu, Hawaii, June 10, 1009.
TIADKHS POIl IIBEP CATTLE.
riii.l tenders. In duplicate, en-i..i-.il
TKXDKIIS POU HKKF CAT
TLK will be received at tho offlco
of lh- llmud or Health, until 11!
o'clock. noon, Turailny, June 22d,
1909, for Kupphlng the Leper Set
tlement, Mnlnk il. with bdef cnttlo
for the period of six months from
Jujy 1st, 19"'i to December 31st,
1909, under th.- following condi
1. Tho bidder must offer to fur
nish beef cattle to weigh not les
than 3i0 pounds net when dressed,
lu lots averaging about i." bead per
month, uioic or less, as ninv be speci
fied by the Superintendent of tho
Leper Settlement, nnd to nm-pt tho
dresFi'd weights nstci tallied at thu
Settlement bj said Superintendent.
2. The bidder must speelfv
whether he proposes to deliver tho
catlle (It nt the Settlement, or (-
f o b. steamer, or (.;!) nt a landing
tpeeltled by the bidder. Any bid
der mas offer delivery In any or all
of the foregoing methods.
::. Hides, tnllow and offal In bo
tho propel ty of the lloin: of Health.
I. K.ich bid must be for the prlcn
per pound dressed weight, with an
alternative offer of the prlco per
fi. The successful bidder must
ngice that nil cattle nrc offered for
delivery subject to the right of I ho
Superintendent of the Leper Settle
ment to rojeel nn or nil unfit for
ute, In which event other cnttlo
must be forthwith furnished to
make up the required number, and
those rejected forthwith removed nt
the expense of the bidder.
All bids must be submitted In ac
cordance with and he subject to thu
piovlslnns nnd lcqiilrcmcnts of Act
C2, Session Laws 1909.
For furjher Information npply nt
the office of the Hoard of Health.
TI1K HOARD OF
T1IK HOARD OF IIKALTH.
K. A. MOTT-SMITH.
13.11-10 Ily Its President,
Olllce of the Hoard of Health,
Honolulu, Hawaii, June 10, 1903.
TKNDKHS FOR SUPPLIKS INSANK
Sealed tenders, in duplicate, en
dorsed "TKNDKHS TOR INSANK
ASYLUM." for furnishing tlio In
sane Asylum, lluuotu'u. City and
County of Honolulu, with suppllcH
for the period of six mouths from
July 1, 1909, to December 31, 1909,
'will he lecelved nt the office of thu
Hoard of Health until 12 o'clock,
toon, Tuesday, June 22d, 1909.
Specifications nnd a list ot ' thn
Mnd of supplies required, nnd other
Information, may be had upon appli
cation at thu ofl'.ce of thu Hoard pt
All bids must be made nn forms
furnished by tho Hoard ot Health
nnd must be submitted In accordance
with, and be subjcit to, tho provis
ions nnd requirements of Act G2, Ses
sion Laws 1909.
Till: HOARD OF IIKALTH,
K. A MOTT-SMITH.
4.131-10t H Ita, President,
hence, but the recol
lection of his pleas
ant smile should re
mind you of the
many good things
left behind. We
have them, and the
best Soda Water in
the city. It leads
& Go., Ltd.
Hotel and Fort Streets.
Made up the latest or nny other
style. Large stock in l'nyche Curls,
Switches, Braids, etc. See onr win
dow diphiy. EMRICH LUX, the
Hairdresser. Fort and Beretania
Ets., Harrison Block,