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BVENIXQ UUU.BTIN. HONOLULU. T. II, Tl'HStfAAY, JULY 13, 1909.
A Few of the Many
Ladies' Black Voile Skirts
With silk drop skirt. A variety of styles; each one embodying a
distinct feature; all prettily trimmid.
Ladies' Wash Skirts
White, Bordeaux Linen, Rep and Linen. All new styles.
Ladies' Silk Rain Coats
In plain and stripes, black, navy, brown, grey and tan very
In a large assortment. Collars in lace and embroidered. Dainty
embroidered bows. Lace and embroidered Jabots and the new Chcmes
cttes so much in vogue.
Fine material and dainty patterns, 27 inches wide for children's
dresses, 45 inches wide for ladies' gowns.
, Grass Linen
White and Blue by the yard.
Our new veih are prettier than ever, nnd the latest style is a much
larger veil than heretofore. CHIFFON VEILS in all of the latest colors
with bioad white borders,
CHIFFON VEILS in all of the newest colors, with wide hem and
Persian border. Very swell.
We have some very nobby and exclusive styles in ladies Felt Hats,
New York styles. Ask our Milliner to show you one of the Van Ness,
Hosalimb Trilzy or Vernon's. They are all new and up to date.
VALENCIENNCES LACES, TORCHON, CLUNY, BABY IRISH, in
edgings and insertions.
N. S. Sachs' Dry
Cor. Fort and Berctania Sts.
TTjQVvQI TTtJ ''' D'aC't or Waianae sand, coral
or rock furnished to fill up depres-
YOUl' XiOu ''011S or uild UP terraces.
Phono 800 P. M. POND
Your machine wall be ready for
yon when we say it will be. We
don't experiment ou autos; we repair
Von Hamm- Young
ALEXANDER Y0UNO BUILDING.
Automobile and Carriage
W. W. WRIGHT & CO., Ltd.
By skilled mechanics at
Royal Hawaiian Garage,
Hotel St., near Richard.
Schuman Carriage d Ltd.
Received ex Alnmeda a New Ship
ment of Latest Styles in
1028 NUUANU ST.
HAVE YOU EVER
The HYLO Lamp?
Union Electric Co.,
00- BULLCTIN ADS PAY
Goods Co., Ltd.
0"i. Fire Station.
On Display at our Garage
1909 MODEL "G" RUNABOUT.
FRANKLIN "D" TOURING CAR.
AGENTS FOR THE KISSEL EAR
C. H. BEHN
Car No.' 184 can now
be found al
COR SALE A Fine Ger.
man Coach Stallion,
three years old ; weight
1250; 16 hands high.
'For Sate" cards at Bulletin.
Plantation Will Take Off
7000 Tons Of
Onkntn stockholders will probably
lecelve another liudnllniont of t lie
purclinso money within two months
or no. Up to the present 10 per
aliare linn been paid to the stock
IioIiIcth, nnd the prospects look
bright for them receiving a good
deal above pnr vnlne for their nhnreH.
Up to date u little ovur 4,000 tons
of Kiignr ban been harvested, nnd
Malinger Walker la confident that
llio total crop will amount to 7,000
tonn. In fact, In his report he states
Hint If the facilities tor harvesting'
the crop had been better, and the
enno got oft more expeditiously, the
7,000 ton mark would liavo been ex
ceeded. The unavoidable delay In
getting tho enno to the, mill 'will
mean that tho whole crop will not
bo of! till after August, nnd by that
time come of the enno will hac de
tei totaled ns regards sugar con
tent. Manager Walker, who has been III
for some time now, however Is con
fident thnt tho 7U00 toiuriyi or mihur
wilt bo obtained.
Mnrrhull D.innch litis won a place
In the hearts of Hawaiian Shakespear
ian lovers Hint will never fade, but
grow stronger as the jcur go by. Ills
farewell leeltnl Inst .night wns the
climax of his many successes here,
and thoKo who were roitunatu enough
to hear his it'iidltlon or "Tho Tempest"
will never forget the Kivvcr and beauty
he put Into his work.
The iccltul was given In the m.iltal
pavilion of the Young Hotel, which
was crowded with representative so
ciety, people who thoroughly enjoyed
nnd applauded Mr, Darrncli. The nat
uralness of his execution and the com
prehensive manner In which ho inter
prets the character! of till ikespenre
uro the features' which hnve established
his reputation In Honolulu.
HONOLULU HALE LOT
MAY BE EXCHANGED.
(Jovcrnor Kroar stated yesterday
In connection with the Honolulu
Hale lot that It Is possible that It
may be exchanged for the (lore lot,
but thnt ho nnd Mnrston Campbell,
the two to whom the Legislature
gave tho rlulit to dispose of public
lands, will make no hasty decision
on It. As tho Qore lot Is also down
town propel ty, no objection on this
point can bo raised against the e
"change, and the Governor believes
thnt It will contribute to the idea of
n chic venture.
LOSES A CONTRACT,
Owing to n stipulation of tho
American Sugar Co. In tho bid ten
dered to supply cnttlo to tho leper
hettlement, Attorney General Item-
en way csterday ndvlscd the Hoard
of Health to refuse the bid, ns it wns
Illegal. The stipulation called for
the board to maintain the road to
,tho settlement and attention wns
called to Us Illegality by the Parker
Ment Co., who Incidentally get tholr
LOCAL ESTATE TO
TAKE UP MORTGAGE.
Details will soon bo completed for
tho Campbell estate to tako up the
mortgage on tho Knplolanl Estate now
held by the German-American Sav
ings & Loan Association of San
rruncUco. Lnvvyors Jpr tho Camp
bell estate are now looking up the
titlo deeds, etc., of tho other estate
and definite action will follow their
favorable report. Tho sum Involved
Is J 150,000, nnd the transference of
the moitgago will keep a lot of
nionoy, now ciosBlng over as Inter
est, in locul channels.
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS
Entered for Record July 12, 1909, from
8:33 a, m. to 10:30 a. m.
Hookano (w) to Hnlll Kenhl (k).,,I)
Kalkina Lovoll and hub. to Mrs.
Julia llovvrc's , II
Wnltor II. Ilrndloy to H Clorllch .11
J, J, Urtimmond to J. P. ltodilgue.i.Ilel
tlOCKUS In this city, July 13, 1909
to Mr, nnd Mrs. C. O. Uockus1, n sou
BULLETIN ADS PAY
Charged With Robbery
Of Baseball Goods
On Sunday" nf ternnun a daring burg
lary by one of tender cars wns cojii
milled on tho main thoroughfare of
Ihu city. Possibly nlltuvil liv the at
tractions of baseball, the Implements
of v.'nrfaro proved too attractive for III.
rnto Ornkl, h young Japanese, only II
yen or ngo vvno is ollcged to have!
untored the premises of 8 Miyamoto,
dealer In bicycles ami sporting goods,
on King street, nnd uppiopilated for
tils own ends two baseball milts nnd
two balls vilttcil nt 17.50. He wns
tried heroic Judge Whitney In the Ju
veullu Court lodnv niul Ids case set for
tt will bo heard with pleasure thnt
there Is a prospeu of the Hawaiian
Hotel blng pnitlv re-nnciicd on
the old plap, which was mi popular
In the past.
If present Indications of heavy
tourist nrrlvnls keep up It is Intend
ed to hnve a kitchen established at
the old favorite lintel, nnd, nuthoitgh
Mluhomto dinners will not be served,
quid; order meals will be obtainable
at nil times.
The linwiillnn Hotel Is pur excel
lence the town homo nf all the coun
try plantation men, nnd It wns thcro
thnt In tho pnst nil visitors from tho
other Islands could lie found. The
hotel wns known nil over the world,
nnd tourists frJin nil cllmcx nlvvavs
Inquired, on arrival In this city, If
the old hostelry wns still In exist
Of late the llnw.-illunjinrf been in
business us merely n rooming house,
tho dining room mid bar having been
abolished some time ngo, One of
the most pleasant features of the
old hotel was the dining Innnl In
which ninny a big soehil eVent has
come off In bygono years., The old
hotel Is a tj pleat troplcuj bulldlni;
nnd certainly one of the most com
fortable In tho city,
Ilofoio Judge Andrado In the Po
lice court dhls morning the trial
commenced of Sam Hnomana on a
charge of Illegally selling liquor Inst
The first witness for 'tho probecu
tlon wns Joe Andrews, n spcclnl
ngent of the police, who. testified thnt
he had entered the house of tho nc
ctibed nnd requested soma liquor,
tendeilng no rents therefor. He re
ceived In exchange two bottles of
wine. This evidence wns corrobor
ated by another native named Harry.
Witnesses for the defense admitted
that liquor hud been given, but do
nlcil that any payment had been re
ceived. After sonio discussion by
counsel an adjournment until Sat
urday was agreed to .
YACHT PURITAN IS NOW
OUT OF COMMISSION.
Providence. It. I, llrlnglng to nn
end her cuieer, which begun so aus
piciously with her victory over tho
Kngllsli (utter Gcncsta In 185 nnd
terminated as n common passenger
vessel, the famous cup defender Pur
itan has arilved nt this port, wheio
she will go out of commission.
Of late the old racer has convened
passengers fiom tho Capo Vcrdo Is
lands to New lied ford.
The I'm Itan defeated tho challen
ger Gcnctitn in 18S5, in one of tho
greatest races In tho annals of yacht
ing. In the first nice of the scries
with the Genestn the Puritan won
by in minutes 47 seconds elapsed
time, Ju tho deciding struggle, on
September 16 they raced nip and
tuck over tho Owl's Head-Sandy
Hook Lightship courso, a dlstanco of
thltty-clght miles, the Puritan win
ning by 1 mlnuto 3 seconds.
Tho next year tho Puritan wns al
tered by her owner, J, Mulcolm Tor
bo3. Into u schooner. She wns sold
ut unction In December, '0V, to Wil
liam O'L'omir of I'u 1 1 Hlver, for
s:cr.0, She originally cos( $50,000.
Wllllanii J'elmson, who some time
igo, filed papers of" Voluntary bank
ruptcy In the United States Court, wns
today discharged by Judge Dole, coir
dltlounlly on court fees being paid.
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BULLCTIN ADS PAY -mm
Ihete will he nil attempt to float Hie
CloO.miO worth of bonds, vole. bv tlu
Inst l.eglslntliru. In local circles, nc
cording to a statement made this morn
lug by Treasurer Conkllng,
Of this amount, $200,000 Is for a wat
er pipe Hnu to the Kola District on
Maul, which Is n particularly dry place
and wheio the laiiil Is uilv.itely owned
and garden truck Is nil Important
means of titipport. Tliu balance of the I
amount Is for the Improvement of Ho
nolulu llurbor, lengthening slips, etc. t
Heretofore bonds or this nature hnve!
been flouted on the mainland, but In
thin cuee. nllhough no luonosltlons
have ) el been receljcd.'thu money paid
n Inloiest will be made to Btny at
huine. If osslbte.
Unlicensed Liquor Selling
Other Cases In
Wallilkl, alias Knkeatt, suspected
of being the murderer of Henry
Wctbcrlll, wns bound over by Po
llco Judge Andrndo this morning to
the Circuit Court. The police hnve
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niiiue uii uxmiiisuie iiivt'BUK'muii in
the case, and 'Innlly secured mim-
clcnt evidence to warrant binding
Wnlklkl over on n charge of murder.
That there Is grnvo danger In
drinking fiom unlicensed iremlsos,
blind plgH nnd such like wns dem
onstrated this inclining when Hip
into of Mnlle Man wus called for il
legally selling liquor In unlicensed
hours. Deputy Prosecuting Attor
ney Drown stated to tho llench tbll;j
this chni ge hud been withdrawn be
cause of the fact that on examina
tion of this woman the case hud
been turned over to the Hoard of
Keokl No. 4, was flpcil (3
and costs for drunkenness, nnd
will also appear on n charge of
assault tomoriow. The circum
stances connected with the hitter
charge lire somowlint peculiar In re
spect that the warrant wus Issued
on January 19th lnet on Information
furnished by Lo Ong Sec,' the as
saulted Chinaman. The police hnve
been looking for him ever since, but
George Ith has been keeping care
fully out of their way by Jumping
out on the Inter-Island boats. I-ast
night, however, ho hecanfo too drunk)
nnd coming within reach nt the law '
they picfcrrcd the double thnrgc
For being spectators nt a crnp
game Fred Itoss, M, M. Oliver and
Jno. Kcaknhlwa were each lined Sti
For assauKIng Llllln, nn aged na
tive, Dole will bo tried tomorrow.
On Thursday morning John A.
Maker will bo tried for usBiiult nnd
battery. Chnrlio Chllllngworth is
attorney for the defense, nnd tho de
lay wus granted In order to obtain
n number of Chinese witnesses. On
the same morning Mary Muhoolown
will bo charged under tho Vagrancy
Act, Hall has been fixed nt J 100.
Ho Chco and John Knlnon wero
each fined $3 and costs for being
drunk nnd Incnpable.
Another letter has been received
nt tho Governor's office asking for In
formation regarding Edwin C. Ilur
dick, who left New Yoik City on
rebiuary lSth, 1901, giving Ills ad
dress as General Delivery, Honolulu,
and who bus not been heard of slnco.
The letter is fiom Itnchol II. Ilur
dick, who gives ns her nddrcas Hox
307 Kdgewutcr, N, J. Ilurdlck was
known to hnve been in tho U. B.
Murine Service, hut Is not hero now,
us fur ns the Governor's offlco can
numbers of the Bulletin officp
Bulletin Business Office Phone 25G.
Bulletin Editorial Room f hone 185.
I am ottering you a new large
house with three bedrooms, never oc
cupied, near St. Louis School, with
iron roof, modern plumbing-, and lot
4080 sq. feet, riuht in town, for only
$1,100, Very cheap, Rnre barRain.
This is $300 less than cost..
Here is your chance,
P. E. R. Straucb
Waity Bid. 74 S. King St.
Commission Working Or
The Territorial Hoard of I'ublle
Instruction has finished up regular
Imslnesn mid lire now working on
lll " "t )f appointees. At noon
tllc wc,n '"'Iv lllllr tltiouBh the lint
A "e"'"" w- '' '" "'k'11 n'"1
yeMcrdav afternoon, nnd there is
still plenty of work ahead. In many
cases the schools are going through
with the same teachers that they had
hist vcar. Many requests for trans
fers are being considered and acted
upon. In some cases teachers have
been dropped owing to their refusal
to take the examinations while the)
hud u chance.
After Investigation, the aiitlmt IHpe
have deemed It advisable to I clean
tlio. five Wnlp'ihu .laapneHO who wen
arrested on Saturday night for nttempt
Ing to restrain another Japimso fum
woik. They have come to the conclu
slon that tho men acted In Ignorance
of the seriousness of their action.
The Supremo Court hits decided fo)
tho defendants In the case of William
W. lllcrce. Ltd., vs. Wm. Wiiterhimso
and Albert Wntcrhouse', ns trustees feu
tho Wiiterhonse Kstnte. The case went
to the Supremo Court on n writ or er
ror fiom the Circuit Court nnd the do
clson of the Supreme Court uphold
(nut of the lower court.
Mei.srs. Dlllnn & Hubbard, of Nev
York, legal advisors to the Tcnltorln
Government hnve been forwarded
copies of the Session Laws of 1909 am'
the Journals of the House and Sennit
by Treasurer Conkllng,
rancher near Rapid City, S. I)., died
leaving a large estate, but no one to
Inherit'.'))! wealth,, o tar ns 'known
The state Is likely to get the pro-
The Weekly Edition of the Evenlni
8uttetn gives a complete eummary r
'he newt of the riav.
This means O.K. and applies to
By the way, we've something
new In this line a distinct Im
provement the beit and
cheapest. You'll agree with us
when you see IL Callwrlte or
telephone, and we're at your
service; or send for Catalog 602
Office Supply Co.,
931 Fort St
The Tonic that Builds
& Co., Ltd.
Hotel and Fort Streets.
I Hour 5 Minutes
Cost for Fuel
With a rrj stove in ths
kitchen the following was
cooked for ten cents ami
cooked with n flavor that ex
cels. Tor four persons
Five-pound Lcz of Lamb,
One Tin Stewed Corn.
One Fan Biscuits.
AN ACTUAL TEST MADE
BY A HONOLULU LADY.
ALEXANDER. YOUNG BLDO.
Miss May Johnson
has acquired the city agency of the
Citizen Labor Sanitary
which she will conduct nt her Curio
Store on Hotel street, near Union
street, in Honolulu. Phone 1G0.
Trices reasonable. Satisfaction
guaranteed. Work left before 8:30
a. m. can be returned same day byS
GEO. A. MARTIN,
Business Suits for $25.
New stock just in.
OAT & M0SSMAH,
WAH CHONG CO.
DRY Q00DS AND TAILORING.
Everything absolutely new and
'rcsh from the Coast.
WAVERLEY BLK. - HOTEL ST.
view. 200 sub.
j e c t s. Tapas
M at s , Fsns
Skirts, Fibres for Weaving. Hawa
iian & South Seas Curio Co. Young
Building. .(Bishop St., under Elec
Boston Baked Beam.
Boston Brown Bread. v
Leave orders a day ahead.
28 loaves of bread for $1.00.
1129 Fort St. Phone 197.
If Morris were on this sphere he,!
would confirm the statement that,''
links at Haleiwa offer greatest pleasV,
CLIFFORD K. KIMBALL,
Manager. . yn
Teiritorial Board of :
Office 403 Stangewald Bldg.
For vacation reading. f
BROWN & LYON CO.. LTD.
Alexander Young Bldg. m
FOUR AND A HALF PER CENT
interest paid on
Saving Accounts 4
BANK OF HAWAII, LTD."".
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