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icvnm'fl nuM.r.TtM, tiottoi.nt.Vi t, tt WjnflUGAV, mn i. 'M
Single width Chifron Veilinj;, black, white, grey,
brown, navy, light bine, pink, green and lavender.. Reg
iilar price 50o and GOe. Sale Price 35c a yd.
Fancy Persian Beltings
Regular Price 50c a yd. Sale Price 30c a yd.
Assorted Hair Pins
In boxes. Regul fir Price
ladies' fine India Linon Shirt Waists. Fine and
broad tucks With cuff and collar. Regular Price $1.50.
Sale Price $1.10.
Silvia Madras hirtings
30 inches wide. Regular Price 20c a yd. Sale Price
121jc a yd.
White Curtain Swiss
3G inches wide. Sotted and a variety of patterns.
Regular Price 1G 2-3c a yd. Sale price lZViajrd
. Polka Dot Waist Net
Double width, wh ite, cream and Arabian. Regular
Price $1.50 a yd. Sale Price $1.10 a yd.
Sachs' Dry Goods Co.,Ltd.
Cor, Fort and Beretania Sts,
, Jf or rock furnished to fill up depres-
j OU1? IiOti sons or build UP terraces.
Your machine will be ready for
you when we say it will be. We
don't experiment ou autos; we repair
ALEXANDER YOUNO BUILDING.
...After the accident bring the ma
chine to us.
All repair: except the engine.
W. W. WRIGHT & CO.,
King and South Sts.
GEO. S. WELLS, Mgr.
HOTEL ST. PHONE 191.
Repairing by Expert Mechanics.
Schuman Carriage Co.
Fibres for Weaving
hati, matt, fans and
baskets. HAWAII &.
SOUTH 8EA8 CURIO
co., young uunamg.
(Under the Electric
Sign). Bishop St..
Received ex Alameda a New Ship
ment of Latest Styles in
1028 NUUANU ST.
- SW BULLETIN AD8 PAY
10c a box. Sale Price 5c a
Opp. Fire Station.
P. M. POND
On Display at our Garage
1009 MODEL "G" RUNABOUT.
FRANKLIN "D" TOURING CAR.
AGENTS FOR THE KISSEL KAR
ASSOCIATED GARAGE, Ltd
C. H. BEHN
Car No. 184 can-now
be found at
Large importedwork horses for sale.
B'For pent'' carrfs on sale at
the Bulletin office.
Order Made By Judge
Robinson In Estate of
U urn n motion nii'.l liy i:. Vnxtm
lllahop, nilmlnlslrntn- of tlio i-ntnlu of
tlm Into ChnrloK Hlnlion, JiiiIko Itiiulii
unit "tills morning inmlo an onler iu
mltttiiic 10 per cunt intercut prntluYit
for liy tlio inlicriiniicc tnx law upon
Inheritances whore lav. h:ul not liven
li.ilit vn Itlitu c-iKhueii moiitliK after Mr.
lllshop'ri iloath, unit under the print
hIoiib of Art II" of ihu I-twh of 1909.
ndinlnlntrntor Ik to pay mil) 7 per cent
iiion the amount of Inheritance tax,
ns nscertnlneil h Territorial Tiens
iircr from tluto or tuntntur's dentil to
the present time
A final order of Rarnlshment was
flleil In t!re Circuit Court this morn.
liiK In tlm case of the Territory liy
Worth O. Aiken, nub agent of pulillc
lanilB for the Fourth district, aKnlnst
Harvey It Hitchcock, defendant, and
William (J. Irwin, garnishee, doing
business as Clans Spreckels & Co.,
Judge Itoblnson made an order on
the Bhonlng made by i:. V. Sutton,
Deputy Attorney General, appearing
for the Terrltor), that William a. Ir
win ho dliected to pay to K. W. Sut
ton $162.92, being the sum now held
by Mr. Irwin belonging to H. II. Hitch
cock. In the matter of the estati of Paul
Hewer, deceased, the accounts of the
llshop Trust Co, ns ancillary ndmlii
Istrator, were approved and tho com
pany was discharged Trom further lia
bility They are directed to pay the
Inheritance tax and turn oer prop-
city to persons hereafter named.
Tho accounts of the lllshnp Trust
Co, administrators of tho cstnto of
Asa Hastings, were approved, unit
they were discharged from further re
HAWAIIAN QUN CLUB
SHOOT AT KAKAAK0.
This afternoon at tho Knkanko
traps, the Hawaiian Clun Club will
hold a twenty-bird handicap shoot.
The first prize for the event will be
A stiver cup, and there will also be
u suitable second trophy.
The shoot Is a "fcudden death" af
fair, and the winner takes the trophy
outright. 'A largo entry list Ig ex
pected and some 'close shooting Is
knro to bo keen.
The Leggett trap of which so
much has been heard, Is supposed to
be on board the Lurllnc, and if that
Is so the machine will bo fixed up
and used for tho shoot on Saturday
Today's shoot should try the met
tle of the scratch men, and, although
tho handicap gunners are In good
form, It Is half expected that Harvey
or Porter will turn nut to bo the
winner. The trophy can lie won out
right today, and that fact will maho
the shooters put In some of their
I, est licks and make an effort to cap
ture the beautiful cup. '
-pjr RAT and ROACH PasU 0
Aik your druggist tor the genuine end eee that the ntme 1. 1, Keirhey Is en every plekigi.
Ready mlied (or nse. More reliable and easier to use than powders. Druggteti will
refund your money if It falls to exterminate cockroaches, waterbugt, rati, Bice, etc.
Z ei. bos 2Sc, 16 oc bos $1.00. At dniftUU r mpru prpM.
STEARNS ELECTRIC PASTE CO., CHICAGO, Hi. '
Are their tender feet beinpr correctly fitted with shoes I Mrs, A. R. King has revolution
ized shoe making for little ones. Her shoes are now being sold by all the leading shoe
stores all over the United States to the exclusion of all others.
We are the first to have these shoesi and if you do not want to take chances on having
your children grow ua with enlarged joints and othed foot deformities, come and have them
correctly fitted here.
Regal Shoe Store,
t 't r -, pi t-Wl-,
SHALL LOSS IN THE
Purchase of Stocks And
Failure of Company
According to the repor of Master
jllemy Smith of tho e , of Jnmcs
KobliiMin, deceased, hip receipts for
the j ear of 1SUH-9 w i 12li,GG8.84,
ol whkh III), 311. 17 hn- been paid
to beneficial lc k, part u-mulns ns
liilnclpal, nnd the lialiini was paid
ns taxes, lepalrs, inmtntsslons
The tolnl Investment and cash
r... (I... ....... . mnn ,, nnn nr
for the jcur of 1909 win $J32.0ir,.-
81. which shows n ilb-i i epnticy
ieen mai uiiu mo is" account 01
I2.SC1 84, which was pirtly owing
to tho purchase of $3 nno worth of
Honoknn Sugar Co. stock and partly
to the failure of the Hawnli Hotel
Company, In which the estnto was
largely interested, The failure lost
for the estate JG.2G4 .' ' dollar for
dollar not being paid after adjust
ment Part of the holdings of the estate,
recording to the report nro 170
shares, 11,000 par, Hllo It. it. Co. C
per cent bonds, 1,045 shares In Ko
l.ala Sugar Co., S47 shares Walluku
Sugar Co. nnd smaller amounts In
various other corporations
An Interesting legal point comes
up In the demise of Curtis P. Ward
nnd Samuel C. Allen, two of the ex
ecutors and trustees named In Jas.
Hifblnson's will. No provision was
made for such nn exigency, and
Mark P. Itoblnson is now the sole
trustee, not knowing whether (he
death of his co-trustees places their
powers on him or whether there is
some legal provision by which other
tiustees can ho appointed "
The present life tenants under
tho will nro Mrs, Mary K. Foster.
Mrs. Vlctorln Ward, Mrs. II. M. Al
len, Mrs. Matilda A Foster. Mrs.
Annie Jaeger, Mrs. Lucy McWayne
and Mark P. Itoblnson
Now is n chance to sco the finest
lino of Stclnwny draml! Pianos ever
shown in Honolulu A Miniature
Grand Stolnway, a Itaby Grand
Stelnwny, a Parlor Grand Stclnwny,
and two Verte Graad Sfelnwfty.
Thaer Piano 'Co., IDC Hotel St
Invites music lovers to come and see
and hear them.
Rlblc to Be Arraigned. Palo Alto,
June 14. Tho arraignment, of Thomas'
It. Itlblo, charged with We murder of
Frank McClenve has been set for to
morrow morning beforo Justice
Charles. Local Interest Is greatly
aioilKd! over the case, ns both of the
men nero prominent In the labor
WILL CIRCLE KAUAI
Big Transportation Plans
For Convenience of
Hon. J II. Cone Is In town tndny
looking nfter tho Inteiosts of the
Coney Oarage Compiny. Ltd., I he
thtlvlng new Kauai transirtntlon cor
poration of which he Is tho president
This new enterprise has recently
been launched with hcadquarterx nt
Nnnlllwlll and Is in the claim of Im
mediate successes. Tlm capital stock
of the corporation Is SlG.OOO. nil until
In, and tho charter wilt soon be (lied I
,,, "ml III" I.IIUI l'l "III B"m us mvu
,,, ,ie Treaallrcr Tll0 nmct.r of 1(.
be-lcomtl!inv ,,, r 11 Conev. uresldent
and manager: Kd Uroadbent. ce tires-
Ment, Arthur lUce, treasurer; (I. I.
,H. linker, secretary, and A. S. Wilcox.
Auditor These with Oeorge Falrchlld
ntl.l It nl tilt WIlnAv mmutllltln I li n
and Hnlph Wilcox,
board of directors.
The principal garage Is already con
structed at Nnwlllwlll. Four auto
mobiles arc In the servlco and Mr.
Coney Is In town today to secure four
moro oh soon as possible. The Kissel
car Is used. It is planned to add to
the equipment ns soon ns possible sev
eral of the Logan trucks, built for car
rlng passengers and baggage. Spec
ial Httentlon will be 'given the conven
ience1 of traveling salesmen.
In a very short tlmo n schedule of
rates will bo published and, particular
attention will be given the rates for
tourists nnd the hotel accommodations
This company will be tho Kau.il
agents of U. O. Hall & Sons.
Tho Rico stables have Bold much of
their equipment and gono in with this
now automobile project, of which
Arthur Rico Is tho treasurer.
SNEAK THIEVES MAKE
There was a burglar scaro ou Wat
klklw.iy last night and, although none
of the houses were entered, the thleos
tiiado a haul of fruit, firewood, brooms
and bathing suits, valued nt least nt
120. Tho sufferers were tho residents
of tho tract known as tho Trentwell
property, anil the cottages of Messrs.
Itlvcnburg, Cassldy and McLennan
were all visited.
One of tho house owners was awak
encd by a noise last night and, on vis
iting his bnck Innnl, saw three men
running through the yard. On arous
ing his neighbors It was found that
the night prowlers had mado a clean
sweep of every portablo article In the
yards nnd outhouses.
Chief Leal got word of the affair
this morning, and Is conlnced that
the robbery was committed Jiy some
residents of the district. Tho sleuth's
force will keep nn eye on tho houses
at the marlno suburb iu future.
Chief Leal and two members of his
force are making a trip to Wutertown
this morning to investigate f,oernl
minor robberies that have occurred In
It npiienrs that residents of Undo
S.iln's roFcrvatlon at Peat I Harbor
havo bben troubled lately with visits
of gentlemen who prefer to make their
calls arter dark, and especially when
they arc Mire that their hosts will not
be lit home. Instead or leaving their
cards thu visitors havo been In tho
habit of carrying off any portable oh.
Jcct that might tnke their fancy.
Tho householders having become
tired of such depredations. Anally ln
formed tho Chief of the matter, and
ho nt onco started down to look Into
tho whole business.
1 ' i
Kills Son and Herself. Salem, O.,
Juno 7. .Mrs. Elizabeth Sharp, u
prominent oocloty woman nnd wire of
G. V Sharp, n politician and manufac
turer, killed her 1 year old son Hurold
last night and then herself with a re
volver. King and Bethel Sts.
1 -If., -,-, i --. (W.
Protests Against Whole
sale Liquor Dealer
If tho forlnnl protect filed r- lohll
(1, WiHille. of the AiiII-S.iIimui League
with the License I'oiiiinisslniiirs
against the granting of retail llren p
to wholesale liquor dealers, Is ciiiir.li
ered serlouslt li that bodv a reign
of consternation will follow, nnd no
doubt precipitate n warm tight u
tneen the wholesale dealers nnd the
Mr Woolli'l aprnreil before tho
board esterday afternoon and gae
his reason for filbug such n complaint,
that It was becimse the privileges nt
tached to a retail llcelire had been
abused to a large extent The Com
mlsnlottcrs are holding special meet
ings this afternoon, and will prohibit"
take Home action In the matter
Tho Antl Saloon man also made an
attack on SiiiuIj privileges taking
for example the renewal of the Sun
day license to the Union Grill I If
argued that no liquor should be sold
In Honolulu on Sunday In nnv pl.ieo
He did not complain against the man
Her In which tho Grill was conducted
but declared drinks were served there
nn Sunday, and should be stopped. The
question of the Sunday privilege wnt
discussed nt length at yesttrdav's
meeting, also at the executive scsrlnn
last night, but no decision was ar
Action will lx taken today on thu le
uewals of licenses applied for by Ah
Chna, of Ilceln; S Knjlm.l wholesale
to Juno 28: Stinourhl, restaurant, Tn
naka. Honolulu, wholesale: Shlgemnt
sii, wholesale, Walpshu; Union Grill,
II, Kleiuiiie, restaurant. Pnlama, Isaac
Cockett, Kallhl until Juno 28, mid ills
The following renewals weie grant
ed jestcnlay: 1) II. Lewis & Com
pany (Lovejoy & Company) ami retail
licenses held hj that firm for thi An
chor and Mint saloons; I. It. Il-irvev
J T Sllvn. Pantheon, James T
Thompson, Kentucky Saloon, M G
Sllva, Kamchameha saloon, Ichlkl
Waimatii, wholesale and Wing Wo
CASTOR I A
for Infants and Children.
the Kind You Have Always Bougut.
$15 Cottage with two bedrooms at
Puunui, closo Liliha St. car.
Electric Light, cool and healthy.
Fine view. Large yard.
P. E. R. Strauch
Seal Estate Accnt.
Waity Bldg. 74 S. King St.
for uais- cards a sullaun.
Dr. F. SCHURMANN
Osteopathic .Physician and Oculist.
222 Emma Snnnre.
Hours: Consulting, 2-3 p. m.,
excepting Saturdays. Operating, 8
12 a. 'm., including Saturdays; 3-0
p. m., excepting Saturdays.
GEO. A. MARTIN,
Business Suits for $25.
Levy's for Groceries
Let us connect the different de
partments of your store or office by
a private telephone.
Union Electric Co.,
King Street, Ewa of Fishmarket.
DRY GOODS AND FURNISHING
GOODS of EVERY DE
the ONLY table drink,
tured by the
Arctic Soda Water WorRs
-ii t -. i (
0 1 t
Health antl Economy
COOK WITH GAS '
' Co., Ltd.,
It's usually difllcult to sc
Jcct wnll-papcr from snmplcs.
Not here, however. We have
a special show room in which
we arnwRc the paper with
borders, just an it will nppcnr
on the wall. Tliii h nn im
mense help to you
We have the luiucst, best
nnd most varied slock of wall
paper in the city.
Lewers & Cooke,
177 S. King St.
Make a musical instrument out of
jour piano by attncliing to it a
BERGSTR0M MUSIC CO., LTD.
Pau Ka liana
THE ENEMY TO DIRT.
At Your Grocer's.
HENRY MAY & CO., LTD.
LUNCHES and DRINKJ
The most pouular
place in town.
The Fashion Saloon
Hotel St. near Fort,
lack .Scully. Jack Robertv
CHOICE CUT FLOWERS,
FANCY RIBBONS nnd BASKETS
THE FLORIST. HOTEL YOUNG Bid.
. . , Telephone 33D. ,
I pal xum$hfflFm
I ' Medals mean merit
I Highest awards Clilc.ir." I
I 1893 pp-i; tmn st l.out-t I
I ItilH New oileana 1S!5." I
I W. C. TEAC0CK & CO . Lid. J
R Sole A&:nts I