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July 1st, at 8 o'clock
Linen, Torchon and Cluny
Laces and Insertions
These goods are brand new and embody
all of the latest patterns and designs. All
widths, - - - 15c a yd
German Torchon Laces
New and crisp goods,
See these Goods in our Beretania Street
Sachs' Diy Goods Co., Ltd.
Your machine will be ready for t
you whrn we say it will be. We
don't experiment on autos; we repair ,
Co., Ltd. .
ALEXANDER YOUNO BUILDING.
EXPERT HORSE SHOEING.
W. W. WRIGHT & CO.,
King nnd South Sts.
HLC) S. VEIXS, MRr.
HOTEL ST l'HONE
RcpairniB by Expcit Mechanic.
Schtim.in Carnage C
Fibre for Weavlnfl
luts mats, fans and
baskets HAWAII &
SOUTH SEAS CURIO
CO , Youncj Dulldlnn
(Under the EZIectrlc
bign) Bishop St.
Received ex Alameda a New Ship
ment of Latest Styles in
1028 NUUANU ST
flr DUUUCriN ADO PAY -?fT
8 l-3c a yd
Soil, black or Waiarme sand, coral
or rock lurmshed to fill up depres
sions or build up ten aces.
P. M. FOND
,0n DlsPly at our Garage
1000 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 impoi ted work horses for sale
j JBT"Fop Pent" rarrM on sale at
(lis Bulletin office,
TABLET UNVEILED I
AT FAMOUS PALI
Daughters of Hawaii At
Battle Ground of
Stanillng on I ho cilgo of tho I'all,
Die daughters ot Han nil jcstcrtlay
il trrnoon unvclleil n incimiincnt
ttimmcmorntlve of the Iluttlo of Nu
uaiiii, which was fought there more
Ihnn a hundred jciim ago, when the
Breat Kiinieli.uiiclia tlttive the Oahu
mi from WaIMM up tlio long Nu
iianu valley and flnnll) over the
The tablet Ih of gray marble net In
a niche In the wall nn the upper slilo
of the hill almost at tho turn of the
roiil anil In Inscribed as follows:
'Erected by the Daughters of Ha-
wall, 1007, to niinnicinnrnto the Hat-
tic of Niiu.inii, fought la this vullo),
17U5, when tho Invading conqueror,
Knmeh.imehn I, ilrovo the forces of
Kiilanlkiipule, King ot aihu, to tho
pnll and hurled them over the pretl
plie, thus establishing the Kameha
ineh t l iinKt "
The simple and Impressive core
moulis were opcncil Ii) an address
h Mrs II V. Dillingham, Including
a history of the famous battle writ
It u h) Mrs. Xultulnn, granddaughter
of Nahlll, an Hawaiian warrior, and
gruutldnughtir of a thief of Oahu.
rnllnwitig tho address, Mrs link
Mile ihnnlcil the niclc of the I'all,
tilling of tho charms of the moiin
tains, the streams, tho winds and
the miniums. Hut feu of tho old
slngirs aru left, and Mrs. Hakiiole'H
i limit, given with a natural grace
was a. most fitting pint of the ccre
uioii) After that tamo a paper 1
Mrs Anna I'arK historian, tho Ite)
uole of whlih Is found In the follow
I'u pliuc, In an eiidiirlng fonn, a
lilliutc to the miiuor) of tho ttm
iiierin to HuU with this licailtlful
spot a name famous In llavviilln Ills
tor, wo meet twin) Wo meet to
honoi the iiiinie of one, who, ion
luciing ntheis, was also able to con
quer himself the (lrc.it Knmcliu
imlia' Nor would we forget on this
oiiaslon the daring Kiliiu, or the
brnvc KalaulUipul.i, I ail' r of the
vanquished fortes, u that unilaiiut
'id Ii.iiiiI who f.ued death at this pall,
the litims of a lost muse "
'I hen jwhlle the ciniipany sang
llawnll I'onol," Mis. Pratt, a high
thlefcss, una isitirted ncioss the road
mid withdrew tho Hnwnllnn Hag
whlih hung lieforo tho tahlct As
sisting her was Mis lliiiriiiues, who
lepreseiited Mrs l.iu I'enhod), In
whoso elns inns the blood of the
The unelllng of this tahlct marks
an Impoitnnl step In tho Sotlcty ot
the Piughtcrs of Hawaii, which was
founded aliout six j oars ago and Is
composed of women horn on these
In Regal Footwear
The LATEST FARISIAN and NEW
YORK CREATIONS. Thc Shoes
now being worn in New York and
other fashion centers. Exclusive
models and IiirIi grade in every par
ticular. Vamps made in King- patent colt
nnd uppers of suede of different col
ors to match clothing;. Up-to-date
joung men nrq guying them rapidly
because the shoes arc nifty and styl
Custom Special, bench make. $5.00
a piir. ""
for framing to
Islands Their motto la "The Wing
of Friendship Never Moults n Feath
er' and their crest n black feather
on a white ground.
The officers of the society are:
Mrs. II, F Dillingham, regent; Mrs.
Fred McFarlano and Mrs C. S. llol
lowa), vice regents; Miss Anna
Pnrls, historian, Mrs. Weaver, re
cording secretary; Mrs J. C. Jones,
treasurer; Mrs C It. Dickey, corre
REFORM SCHOOL BOYS
AT BAY IN WATER
There have been several escapes
lioni tho Itcform School lately, and
the polite bnvo had considerable I
uounie in locaiing me runawujs.
Tho Intest cases of breaking out
fiom the School have been among
I.. .11. .......... .. ...I n. .. l t HnH Hill.
Illllll BUALB) II1IU VIIU fill I, I till lltl ll i
Katiukalila, who escaped Inst night,
was loented by Chief I.enl this morn
Ing at I'alnmn.
The bo)s, however, who got away
n couple of weeks ago, took some
finding, nnd It was only after search
ing nil over the country thnt Leal
heard that the lads had arrived in (pH of tIl0 crirnmon wn bo to so
town nnd hnd selected ono ot tho (re 0,ltgWe Information possible
boat club houses ns hcadqiinrtcrs. , ........i , ,i10 .,.., In uso for
Tho Chief and several of his men ,0 ,mlllllnB nf ,.,,, ,,,,, 80 Uiat
made a trip to the boat house es- ,ll()J tnn cn,,!, 8J8tcm 0f ills
tirda) and were Just In time to see 1urHlnR tho Khtm moncy wisely,
tho two lads rush down tho plat- T!Vj ro ( rCport a )car from July
form and dive Into tho water. Tho l)t
)oungstcrs swum out some dlstnnco Thc p,,,,,,,,!,,.,!,,, wcro executed
nnd then rested easily on their backs. I !I1(, ,RK,d ,,y lhc oovemor this
There was no boat hand) and tnc,no ing ,, tlle nicmuers W1I hold
sleuths' orders to come nshoro wore ,clr r))l )1)cctn(! this afternoon.
Ignored Flnnll), after tho Chief I Tho a,,0ntnicnt of the now colu
mn! his men hnd used up nil tho I ,,,,, ,8 , COI1,ilanco with a Joint
stones and sticks around the water IcsutlU(m ,mg8CI liy the last I-egla-
front as amunltlnn nnd had scored
several hits, the lads thought It bet-'
tir to lome nsnoro nnd don tncir
The) wcic nt onco taken III ihnrgo. .. . . )nctmis ,)f liunvng
h) Leal and qiiistlonul ns to thelrn
vvhciciibouts during the pnst two!
weeks Actordlng to tho lio)s
stnr), the) hail walked p ett) welt
iiround tlie Jal,(nd, nnd as to food,
ono of the hojs confessed that lie
hud intend a Chinese storekeeper's
dvvdllug and stolen SI'l, nil of
which the two hud spent.
Tho ho)s liiivc been sent bnik to
the Iti form bilnml, and lliev will lie j
rKHil) vvntrni'il 111 llie lillilie jv,
I Iciisu ties .(Mil-wiling ahout 7.,
ono are duo and pi.vuhlo to the Clt)
mid Count) Tit asiirer on Jul) 1 Mauv
IiiisIiickh liousiM in- sending Ibilr ro ,' cnumnii'iisnip 1 1 too i-ieint- i-um
mUtiinies. In advance so iharilHie u"d '"" M ''" -,1 '""' MlllK t"1'
it id he mi ih la) In. the UHiinno or""" """ "l" doilldes 3iiu Is il . a
Hie peimll.ri.1 do ImslntHh This It. I l",,,,1 (,r couKldeiah'e lepule l.o
tl.. Ilr,.. Ih,,.. Mini ll.n .,.ll,.ll...i i.f bllH MltlM) ft lit Plltt'S It.elf Mil Hlic'l
foes nnd granting of IIcuim h Ii is de
l(iK 1 upon the Clt) mil Ccuii')
Hi isuier (he legislature hivlnr,
Inrni it the hem. is over nt tho I tst nt s
Mont) Moiitgnmer), the salooii in H,
hus loturnid fiom the Orltut iud tak
eu ehnigo of tho Anchor S iloon
"Mont)" Is well known In Honolulu
having former!' hetu In the Alexnudei
Young hotil Ii ir
To Establish System For
That tho management ot public
'nrliiHil runiln innv tin tironcrlv sys-
itninntixiwi ii ml nl.ireil liovnnd tho
I.,.ii.iiiiv nf rrlilrlsni. flovernnr
j-rcnr lng appointed a School Fund
commission that will recommend n
, , illstrllnitlnir all funds an-
j preprinted for school purposes. Tho
i members nro W. A Ilowcn, l'tlgar
I Wood and W 11 l"nrrlnglon.
tlovornor Frcnr said this morning
regarding the appointment of tho
"1 have named these
gentlemen for tho purposo of taking ,uel I'nrkcr. with his two sons, James
hold of tho school funds, so that thiy'nnd Samuel Jr, together with Attor
may bantllo them In n manner that jne) a Geo. Davis and Fralh, Thompson
will stop tho wrangling
been going nn In the past,
Tho (Hi -
laturo whlih pTovides for tho np-
.1(,ntIncnt ()f tircc members proper
, nminc(1 investigate s)stcins In
IviifTim riiitstitn nf ttnw.ilt. and rpcom-
,sti Uniting pulillc school funds
Tlieie Is quite it rnckct hclng mule
about liiiuis, which niiriht to net sunn
"l.ovo Values Tin' following commit tl
tic nn aitalrs Ins been appointed in
niniiKtlnn with the nunc Inwards or
ginMng a club Mrs John Hall Mrs
Atkins Wight and Mrs Henton Hind,
also u ((immlttto on tournament. Mis
Atkins Wight .Mr II 11 Austin mid
Mrs Itonlnn Hind KoluiH Midget
I Miss Miriam Hull of San It ifuel
Cnl. Is In vltltMis It It Hind Jul) 1
i Four )cnrs ngfi Miss Hull won th ton
nn acquisition- Kwhnl u'lidgel
J C Uriins late asslstnnt eiiTlueei
iiMloea has iiccetiti'd n position In the
Honolulu Iron Works and will removi
his fnuillv li'tvlug hut a solil'irv vhlle
family which will luvo n corner on
"llrst soelpl)'1 In lloen Koliala Mid
I D Tuckt; chief cleik of the land
otneo vviu among the returning pas
sengers on Hie steamer Manna l.oa to
King and Bethel Sts.
FOR ANNUAL REPORT
Governor Frear Is clearing the decks
for action tho writing of his nnnnni
report to tho Secretar) of the Interior
He has Just sent out ninn) letters to
officials of the Terrltor) snd man
others, with a Wow of securing all the
Information possible that will bo esscn
tlal in tb'.' compilation of the rixirt
Ijist ) ear's roxitt covered about slt
inges, with maps of tho port of Hono
lulu proiosed wharves and other use-
Tho Governor Intends
that tills joirs report snail oe com
1'lctc, ronclso but more brier, as bo is
now required to "iersoiiall) write It
comddcrablo of a Job with the nunicr-
oils other demands mado upon his
PARKER'S PARTY ON MAUI.
Wnlluku, Maul, Juno 21 Col Sam
Clime u. vyhiiuku ii tiiv-. d. .'iiiuuii
1 Ken last Tiicsdn) evening and left b)
auto the next da) tnMMk over Dr
TOi) mnnd's Ulupnlnknirtuin'1 Kahlklnui
..ut. .. 111. I..... . nIJV.kl...l...i ....
ranch, with n vlewviJ'-wircluiKlng an
interest In tho satt'Vaatfh no It Is ru
portid Col. PaiWr fls tho guest of
Mr. and Mrs A 'ty KeiiolkHI while in
A deed of convevancc vvns fltisl this
morning In which city propcrt) valiioil
at $1000 passed Into the hnmls of the
Hawaiian Trust Company Tho con
vejniieo was matin from Wllflam O
Smith. Samuel M. Damon, K F Itlsh
op, A. F Jiidd, A. W Cartir. trustees
nt tho estate of llcrnlco I'. Illshop, dc
D J. C'mkllng who will hecome tho
Torrltorlnl Trensurcr on the first of
next riioiilh, riturned loihiy fiom Kn
nn. Ho arrived on tho Mnuni) Lot
Judge Andrnde who has liceu visit
lug on Hawaii, was among tho nrrlv
als this morning on the Manna I. in
Sin Hoi W T ItohliiFou or Wnlluku
Maul Is In town lie arrived todi'
on the Muini I on
Large new house and lot, 4089
sq. ft. on Buckie Lane, between Ku-
kni and Vineyard streets. Substan
tially built. Iron roof. 3 bedrooms.
Modern plumbinsr. At a sacrifice.
P. E. R. Strauch
Waity Bldfj. 74 S. Kinr; St.
Create a Demand
For Af ticks for the
SP0NOES, TALCUM POW
DER.. TOILET SOAPS (your
favorite one). A TOOTH.
BRUSH, COMB and many
other articles which wc
nlrinc can furnish.
& Co., Ltd.
Hotel nnd Fort' Streets
Towel nnd Corset
WAH CHONG CO.
DRY GOODS AND TAILORING.
Everything absolutely new and
fruli from the Coast.
EVERY DAY can be
L Sunday for the
cook when you '
Cooking is playing,
to the woman who
hzs a Gas Stove.
AVID DAY ior-i
137 MERCHANT STREET.
First-class residence property, sit
uated at Pawaa on King nnd Youns'
streets. Buildintr in first-class or ,
der and connected with artesian wa
ter. Electric light and gas. Alvor
Kapiolani Park lots and improves
property at Hauula and other prop-g
Pau Ka Hana
THE ENEMY TO DIRT.
At Your Qrocer's.
Teiritorial Board of
JNCilES and DRINK
The most poDular
place in town.
lThe fashion Saloon
Rote) St near Fort.
Jack Scully. Jack Rnn.rn
It's usually difficult tq se
lect wall-paper from samples.
Not here, however. We 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
mrnse help to you.
We have thc larircst, best
nnd most variptl stock of wall
paper in thc city.
Lewcrs & CooKe,
177 'S. King St.
FOR bALE AT ALL BAKS
. TELEPHONE 1331
GEO. A. MARTIN,
Business Suits for'$25.
Levy's for Groceries