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evening nnuTiN, Honolulu", t. ii fiuday, june 23, 10.13.
1JWP' W--U !.-
Single width Chiffon Veilings, .black, white, grcyi
blown, nnvy, light blue pink, green nnd lavender., Reg
ular prico 6O0 and GOo. Sale Trice 35c a yd.
Fancy Persian Beltings
Regular Trice 503 a yd. Sale Trice 30c a yd.
Assorted Hair Pins
In boxes. Rcgul nr Trice 10c a box. Sale Trice 5c a
ladies' fine India Linon Shirt
bread tucks with cuffs and collar.
Sale Trice S1.10.
Waists. Tine and
Regular Tiicc $1.50.
Silvia Madras Shirtings
wide., Regular Trice 20c a yd. Sale Tiiee
Take your graduating-class pictures
for framing to
Dunedin Editor Writes
His Paper Of Stay
by mi) of tit. If tli In bo a specimen
of the treatment wo are to meet
with 011 the lost of our travels wo
arc Indeed In for thn tlino of our
I .H. The Marnnin la n full ship. '
jet wo are taking additional ius-
soiigoro nt tlilu port, eighty offered,
hut wi (oulil only accommodate ten,
for whom "shakedowns'1 wero pro
vided. Tho only other boattt offering
nro .InpnnobC-owiird, nnd Kuiopeana
do not ram to travel hy theso cs
iclt. Already a powerful party hnvo
mlscn In tho Territory of Hawaii
who are clamoring for the repeal of
tho iiitrlelril navigation laws of tho
Union, which illsrourago wcll-np-polntril
steamboat lines fiom com
12'ac n yd.
White Curtain Swiss
30 inches wide. Lotted
Regular Trice 1C 2-3c a yd.
and a variety of patterns.
Sale price I2V20 a yd.
Polka Dot Waist Net
Double width, white, cream nnd Arabian. Regular
Trice $1.50 a yd. Sale Trice $1.10 a yd.
Sachs' Dry Goods Co.,Ltd..
Cor. Fott and Bcrctanin Sts.
0pp. Fire Station.
Tho editor of tho Dunedin Star of
New Zealand, who was among the
newspaper men who paused through
this port on their way to uindon, ,., i.,i.in,i iri. ,m, I
writes his papor as follows regard
ing the stay of the party in this
So far us tho Mamma's vojago Is
concerned, It may ho said that after
leaving llilshnnc tho ship was un
fortunate to meet with stiong head
winds, which produced n lumpy sea,
In which tho csscl lahored heavily.
Using only tin eo out of her four
bullets, mid burning rather Inferior
coat taken aboard tit Itilsbatie, sho
was only ublo to steaiu a little over
thirteen Knots up to Suva, where, sho
arrived at. 8 o'clock on -the evening
of Monday, April 1!). Tho heallt. I
oflhor of the port certainly l.oai ilc.l QUdferklrk IS Li0W Bidder
(in ii milling , inii. iiiinif,ii im tiiiiiiiiiuii
pctlng for tlio intcrliilaiid trade with
American-owned bottoms. This
party are not strong enough to mako
their' Influence felt In the Federal
Legislature, but they nro vcr Insist
ent and hope ultimately to succeed,
b'o mole It be.
CITIZEN LABOR TO
If QUI8 XsOt
Soil, black or Waianac sand, coral
or rock furnished to- fill up depres
sions or build up terraces.
P. M. POND
Your machine will be ready for
you when we say it will be. We
don't experiment ou autosj we repair
On Display at our Garage
Hamm - Young
Hie ship to prnctliiuc, ho absolutely
i ef lined to alloy her to bo berthed.
In L'onsecpicnie she had to lay off in
the stream till daylight next moil
ing, despite tho fait com eyed to him
olllclully that tho ship was boiely In
iced of 'i supply of fresh water.
Hut for this untoward circumstance,
largely tho outiomo of olHelal cus
edness, wo should hnvo been speed
lug our way to Honolulu nt mid
night; Instead, our departure was
dclajed till noon next day. Hut bo
iwecn Suva and Honolulu wo were
fawned with exceptionally line
weather, and the good Mamma
maintained her reputation as a fast-
-tcaniltig ship, putting up. tho excel
lent record of 12 1-1! knots for tho
ucrccdlng seven days, thus wiping
IT the deficit between Urlsbnno nnd
Suva, and reaching Honolulu nt
noon on Tuesday, April 27. At tho
wlitirf tho press delegates wero met
liy tho representatives of tho local
H'Wsp.iport.. one of which Is a morning,
i ho others being afternoon publlca-
lous, who, nfter welcoming us, tool;
hurgo of us for tho entire day, tak
ing us for n motor ilrlvo through
tho principal parts of the city, in-
lulling n visit to tho fnmous I'alt
Valley, nt the hend of which In pre
historic times n Hawaiian . king,
igalnst whobo sovereignty tho Hono-
lulnns revolted, iliovo the Insurgents
lief me him until tho head of the pass
was rcHchcd, whero 2,000 men mot
i heir fnlo with Spartan fortitude In
lie plaint r,00 feet below. It Is ono
if tho wlcrdcst spots on earth,
'hough wo did not see It in nil Its
,ranlcur, by leascm of tho mist that
largely hid tho valley below.
nere nlso taken to the
which alone is worth a
Hawaii NobUs Happy In
Tiain Of Islam
Tho I.oiilslllo papers received by
Iho last mall nro filled with photo
graphs and clnbniato accounts of tho
couclnvo of tljc Shrlno held In that
city. Tho Hawaiian Noble como In
for their share of attention. Tho
I.oulsWIle Herald liubllshcs n snap
shot of Nohlo .1. S. McCandlcns, that) laud
proves ho has maintained Ills reputa
tion as tho Sunny .11 in of Hawaii.
Tho I-oulsvlllo Courier-Journal has
tho following among other leferenccs
to tho delegation from Aloha Temple:
With drawn scimitars the Arab pit
nil of Islam Temple, San Francisco,
marched Into The Seclhach at
o'clock today, headed by Weber's
Hand, of Cincinnati, which played
"Dixie." Islam Is ono of tho most not
ed patrols of nil Shrlncdoiu, nnd l(s ar
rive was the signal for prolonged
cheering from the other poblcs that
were assembled in thp lobby.
With Islam ca'mo Ihu delegation from
Aloha Temple, Honolulu, which made
tho trip of jnore than CoOO milts to be
i?iieutn of din Illiicirrnss Ktnto. They
'I bo tender of .1. Puderklrh $3,300 . . lx ,. ,, ... i.aCflt., coming
was the lowest submitted Hi the (toAint .. tl. Bicamcr Hllonlan. and the
of Public W'oiks for Hie constriietlou HIirtucrH Hog was given the placo of
of the now i.iiirntiiry or .neiapeiittcs i10h()r nt ,i10 ma8thoad during tho en
at Knlihl, when tho twelve bids were
opened this noon, Tho other tenders
are: II. Herlclnnn 3991, A I. Mc
Donald $.TI7S. I.ucas llios, 1W, .1. T
(licou J.niiOO, II. Do Frels J42S1. V. (1.
Chalmers IK.SS. 1. Ilskew SSHOO. Con
crcto Construction Comp.ui) $l:i:.1,
Sam Kaumopna Jltsnu, Otto Osi $3tns
and H. Lewis,
Under the reuulrements of tho ten
dors, a certified check for $100 accom
panied each bid. Tho work Is to lie
done entirely by citizen labor ami tho
limit of each woiklug day Is fixed at
right bonis. I'm each dayV delay In
the work of constiiictlon, tin contract
or Is to forfeit $10 to tho Hoard of I'ub
He Works. Tho Hoard Is to pay 75
per emt In moiit'hly p.i tneiit to apply
on tho woik. Oiiderklrk Is tho lowest
bidder. Green ami Kskew putting in
tho bids of $31100, tho second lowest,
Thero was a flno old go-as-you please
dCrnp down at A.ilu l'ark ;iiout two
o'clock this morning, and things were
JitK ic.nhlim n my interesting
btago when police omcer l'elers ur
rived ou the. sccuo and broko up the
happy paity. '
Tho go was between two marines
Wo i and a llko number of forecastlo bands
iiiunrlum, oft ouo of tho shlp now In port. After
pilgrimage, j mopping up all the boozo in sight. It
EXTERT HORSE SHOEING.
W. W. WRIGHT & CO.,
Kinjj and South Sts.
GEO. S. WELLS, Mgr.
HOTEL ST. TH0NE 101.
Repairing by Expert Mechanic
Schuman CaniaRC Co.
1009 MODEL "G" RUNABOUT.
FRANKLIN "D" TOURING CAR.
FOR THE KISSEL KAR
ASSOCIATED GARAGR, Ltd
Jffl hat3. mats, fans and
VI .SC'T baskets. HAWAII &
L.Ym? SOUTH SEAO CURIO
CO., Young Bulldlna.
Under the Electric
ki Received ex Alameda a New Shin
I ment oi Latest Styles in
102S NUUANU ST
Car No. 184 can now
be found at
ml to tho Hotel Mcuna, whero wo appeals that tho marines made u dlvo
weie sumptuously entertained. ' for tho. wads that the sallora can led.
Among thoio who assembled to do Then the double startid In 'earnest
um honor was .1. I.lildell Kelly, erst- nnd was going Hun when tho cop nr
while editor of tho Now Zealand ilcd, and. after u chase, in rested one
Times, who until lately edited u of the uuulnes and took hlni.to the
tiro trip. At San Francisco tho nobles
front Hawaiian Territory wero annexed
to tho caravan from Islam tcmploand
tho trip was made together to Units
llle. Thoo who nro hero from Aloha
Tomplo uro .lames S, McCandlvss, ici-
lesentntlNe to tho Imperial council,
Thomas 12. Wall, Charles- I Murray,
Lester A. l'etrle. U. W. Perk n i, It. C
l.ydecker and IMward Ixird r.t:d wife.
Aloha Temple, of Honolulu, wai nuc
of the last Shrluers to close headquar
ters lit Tho Seelhaeh. J. K. McC'and
less, the olllclal representatlvo of tho
templu Hi tho Imperial Council, gave
micro to close Uki doors nt U o'clock
yestciduy afternoon. All of tho dele-
gal will m In Ihu Btatcs for several
weeks before they retuin to their Is
land homes, Mr. McCnndless said thut
ho would go to I'arkersburg, W. Va., In
a fuw days, to visit Ills hlster, and from
thero bo would journuy to Los Ange
les, Cal., to attend tho Klks' rouiilon.
The other delegates, of Aloha Temple
aro Charles F. .Murray, 15. .1. lofd, 1a'-
ter I'ctrlo. Thomas 13. Wall, lloscoo
I'crkliis and It, C. Lydcckcr.
"I h io never uttended u meeting of
tho Hhrlucrs whero 1 cuJo)cd myeelf
so well ns lu Louisville." said Noble
McCandlcbs to a Courier-Journal w
porter. "I flnil. It n great city nnd one
full pt push nnd progress. TJio Louis
villu iieoplc havo certainly dono nil lu
their power to mnko tho stay of the
Shrluers pleasant, nnd I think nil tho
vMtura feel thankful to them for It."
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The new film at the Park Is C. Q I) .
or, Saved by Wlrelesi This film pur (
ports to give In picture form tlio storj
(if the wreck of the Itepuhlic together
with tlio ickclo of tho crew and passen I
gers by tho Florida and the Halite, an I ,
It must bo said that tt la nil managed
In a manner highly creditable to tlio (
Vltngraph people. We are gbov.li
views on the deck or the Ilcpuiillc be
fore tho disaster. Illnns at his wlrolosn
Instrument when the ship was struck
and aftonnrds, the ieMio of tho peo
ple on board, tho wireless station on
scenes on tho llahu when tho
wireless message was ucelvpil. the i
transfer of tho icoplo n the llalllc
and, fluall), the crew of tho Floilda,
genuine views nf her wrecked b.iw ar.il i
a picture of Illnns himself, oi we nr- I
nssured hj the Vllagrapb, Cnnipin) I
The deck scenes, oxcept tho final one
8:30 on the Florid i, which Is genuine, win
made on a Steamship chartered for llu
purpose. The interior vloyfs were of
course, made lu tho Vltagraph studio
us well, also, ns perspective views of
the ocean, with tho Itepuhlic, the Flci
Ida and the Unit Ic, showing not too
clearly the collision and tho sinking of
tho ship ns If seen at a dlstnnee
through the fog. Some leallsm Is giv
en tp this miniature scene by the clev
er uso of a light representing a scaich
(leorgn Milne Is making a big bit
singing "That's What the Iloso Said
to Ale," and the Mebiotto sIsterB arc
receiving many encores for "Oh, You
EVERY DAY can be
L Sunday for the
cook when you
CooKing is playing,
to the woman who
has a Gas Stove. '
THE ART THEATER.
Thero is a fascination about all
(hat appertains to the Orient In gen
eral, and In Lgypt' In particular,
wljlch appeals to nil kluili nnd con
ditions of men. The beauties of na
ture, the qualntness and grandeur
of the architecture, the gorgenusness
of nttlre and the voluptuous life of
its people In early history are deeply
Impressed upon the memory. In the
ptcturcs(uo drama shown by tho Art
tonight, entitled "Cleopatra's Iiv-J
cr," tho audience Ik held In rapt at
tention by toe woniteriui stage sel
ling; nnd thn rcflneif cruelty nf tho
perfidious and licentious queen to
wards her poor and hapless lover
who forfeits hU Ufa as tho penalty
for a hopeless passion, merely to sat
isfy a wicked woman's caprice, aro
splendidly portrujed. llcsldcs this
flno film, there is ono which gives
ou a vivid panorama of ono of tho
world's busy i enters, others of a
scenic and educational nature, and
egalu others Hint, will keep jou In
i oars of laughter.
EMPIRE AND ALOHA.
137 MERCHANT STREET.
First-class residence property, sit
uated nt Tawaa on Kinp and Youur
streets. Buildlnrj in first-class or
der and connected with artesian wa
ter. Electric lipht and uas. Also
Kapiolani Tark lots and improved
property nt "Hauula and other property.
wlekly paper in one of tlio adjacent
Islands, but who Is now out of har
ness nnd Is meditating nn early ro
tiirn In Now Zealand on n voyage lo
Lngland. Of the other gentlemen
who wore our good clccrones nmj
hosts I would llko to mention Mr.
Cooper of tlio Hawaiian Promotion
Committee, who Judiciously expend
ed funds gonuioiisly voted by tho
townspeople mid tho Loglslatuin lu
making known tho hccnlc heaullcs of
the group; Mr. Comics of the Star,
Mr. Mathcsou of tho Advertiser, Mr.
I'niilngtoii of tho 11 ul let In, nil
of whom gavo us the wholo of their
tlmo and attention while, wo remain
ed In thn city, nnd who.su courtesy,
Onoxof tin snllois was (nun (he
Alary Wlnkteman nnd the other from
the l'rosper. Tlio Marino was banded
ocr to the authorities tills, morning
and will bo punished, by them.
Admits Smungllnn Chinese. Chica
go, .Iiino III W. II. Clarke, ouo of
tho conspirators In tho .illegal plot to
smuggle Chinese lulu the Hulled
Stales fi'Up Mexico, who has already
pleaded guilty to tho hurgo, testified
for tlio government today
Marriage With Atlatlcs Darrcd. -Kansas
City, .liino IC (inventor Had
lev sinned ti hill ntohlhltlim tho mar.
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open-handed hospitality and cama- ilagg of Caucasians with Chinese, .lap
ladcrlo nio not likely to bo forgotten nnoho nnd other Asiatics,
MORE LAND III
Pan Ka liana
THE ENEMY TO MM"
At Your Grocer's
Teiritorial Board of
Office 403 Stamrcwald Bid p.
Manager Ovcrcnd of tho Kmplro
nnd Aloha l'ark continues to pro
sent tho best that Is ohtalnnblo In
tho moving plcturo field. Tho J
omlbrUhlo chairs at thu Kmplro
uro a good drawing card, anil on j
moonlight nights it would bo hard (
to find a moro comfortable or cooler i
spot than Aloha l'ark.
LUNCHES and DRINK!
The most poo'ular
plare in town
The Fashion Saloon
Hotel St near Fort,
atk Sculh Jack Robei1
A deed was filed conveying fiom
llallle nnd Arthur I:. Temple to Onhu
I'lneapplo Company, Limited, Grant
filSI, L'OI acres In l'lipukco I'liiionalu,
District of Koohiuloa. This Is ouo of
thn home.iteail lots In tho pineapple
section,, located near Manuwni rail
road station. The consideration Is 300
shares of stock in the O.iliu I'lneapplo
Company, pur valuo $"n.
A niortgugo for $30no was filed In
the lliiriM'i of Conveyances this morn
lug f khii Mary ,losephlno Forstcr to
the Ti unties of Oahu College, on lot
IB.dilock 13, College Hills tract, coer
iug a period of threo years time. It Is
iimlerktood tho uiorlgngo was given fur
Mrs. A. n. Kin(j has revolution-
sold by all the leading shoe
Large imported work horses for sale.
SfftT UULLETIN ADD PAY VfJ$
the Bulletin office.
care's on cate nt
Arc their tender feet bcinp; correctly fitted with shoes
ized shoe makinrr for little ones. Her shoes are now beiup;
stores all over the United States to the exclusion of all others.
We are the first ts have these shoes- and if you do not want to take chances on having
your children grow m with enlarged joints and otlicd Tost deformities, come and have them
correctly fitted here.
Now Is a chanro to see tho finest
lino of Stclnway flrnml I'lanos over
shown lu Honolulu A Miniature
(Irani! Htelnway, a Uaby Grand
Stelnway, a l'arlor Grand Stclnway,
nnd two Verto Grand Rtelnway.
Tbaer l'l.ino Co., 160 Hotel 8t..
Invites music loveiu to come and see
and hear them.
John Hayes Acquitted. Kurcka, Juno
lfi -After twg ears spent lu prlBim
John Ha(S waj) ariiullted by u Juiy
today ou n (barge of compllclt in tho
tniirdor of Albeit mid Wlllinm Jeuks,
brothers, during tho longshoi union's
strike lu 1907
It's usually difficult to se
lect wnll-paper from samples.
Not here, however. Wc have
a special show room in which
we arrange the paper with
borders, just as it will appear
on the wall. This is an im
mense help to jou.
We have the largest, best
and most varied stock of wall
paper in the city.
m Yaea s
ri McOandlcss Bldp. KirWlH(lBfthelVfiW.17 j
Large new house and lot, 4080
sq. ftt on Buckle Lane, between Ku
kul and Vincvanl streets. Substan'
tially built. " Iron roof. 3 bedrooms.
Modem plumbing. At a sacrifice,
Lewers & Cooke,
177 S. King St.
FOR SALE AT ALL BAEI
GEO. A. MARTIN,
Business Suits for $25.
P. E. R. Strauch
WaityBldg. , 74 S, King St.
Levy's for Groceries
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