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Royal Wash Taffeta Silk
Black, white and all colon.
Regular Trice 75c a yd. SALE .PRICE GOc a yd.
The newest in Summer dress fabrics, "AH the new
shacks, 27 inches wide.
Regular Price 40c a y 1. SAIE PRICE 30c a yd.
Ladies? Fine Ribbed Undervests
Low neck; no sleeves, .
Regular Price 15o each: SALE PRICE . . .' 10c each.
White Waist' Jjinen
30 inches wide.
Regular Price GO c a y J. SALE PRICE . . 45c a,yd.
Plain, All Silk Taffeta Hair
A if colors' 4l2 inches wide.
Regular Price 40c a y 3. SALE PRICE 25c a yd.
Ladies' Russian Tan Veils
With tnffeta band . border. White, navy and brown.
Regular Price $1.25. SALE PRICE 75c
Foster Hose Supporters
Regular Price 75c. SALE PRICE. ....... 35o
Sachs' Dry Goods Co., Ltd.
Cor. Fort and Bcretan ia Sts.
Your machine will be ready for
you when we say it will be. We
don't experiment on autos; we repair
ALEXANDER YOUNG BUI1DINQ.
By skilled mechanics at
Royal Hawaiian Garage,
Hotel St!, near Richard.
Schuman Carriage C Ltd,
Received ex Alameda a Kew Ship
iuent of Latest Styles in
1028 NDUANU ST
' Built to fit and wear.
W. W. WRIGHT & CO., Ltd.
nULLETIN ADQ PAY
Soil, black or Waianae sand, coral
or rock furnished to fill up depres
sions or build np terraces,
P. Ml POND
On Display at our Garage
1909 MODEL "G" RUNABOUT.
FRANKLIN "D" TOUHNG CAR.
AGENTS FOR THE KISSEL KAR
ASSOCIATED GARAGE, Ltd
Car No. 184 can nowl
be found at
COR SALE A Fine Ger.
1 man Coach Stallion,
three years old ; weight
1250; 16 hands high.
"For Sal." card! a
"mm l MB For &! card! at Bulletin. ' VVrtitv Rlilir. 74 S. Kint St. 'visited liU brother. Major Duuiiliii. lu ' Wasblligton. D. 0.. aged "ft .ve.irs. v n n ai n:.. ' v DULLCTtN Aas PAY iam '3?
All sorts, and sizes of
PHOTO ALBUMS at
Edward I'nyeon Weston, llio need
Cisco In 100 daya, Bundays excepted,
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SAN FUANCIHCO, July 11. lMwnrd l'aye.in Weetou ni rival
lour nf 3,925 miles In 105 days.
his present walk and until tlio tlnio ho reached Wyoming wan innut lomarliablo. Diiilns Ihu flrht flvo iliiyH lio
walked from Now York to Utlea. 273 miles. Ho nrrlvpil In Chlcncn tin Anrli 17 n. .11 .1. ..., ,...- n,'.. ......... i...
took being niprixlniatily 12ii0 miles. On May 22 liu liad reached Hugo, Colo, 2.S0 miles from Now York There-"
after ho was beset liy almost every ImaKlnablo .lllllcnlly. Heavy storms un tho nlnlns delayed him. and at oitw.r
tlmea ho had illMciilty In Eoltlne wnter
his walking at nlRht, thu heat of the day being bo IuIgiipo that ho could not sleep, much less venture forth In
,tho glare of tho eim. Then ho encoimtijrcd clouds of mosqultoon. which harassed him so that his strength almost
railed him nt times. Throughout tho Journey the veteran maintained tho' wnmlorful cheerfulness which has helped
him In so many of his long hikes. His success bIuuiIs nx the most remarkahlo feat of endurance over i.erfnnno.i
by a man of his ago. Ho Is 7fi years
ARMY AND NAVY
Tho following olllcers of tho Unit
ed Slates Army have been detailed
by tho War Department to tako part
In tho encampments of tho California
mill tin. to tnk'o place this month and
In Soptcmbor. Tho olllccrs who aro
ordered for duty with tho Seventh
regiment of Inantry, which will go
Into camp from July 20 to July 111,
nro: Lieutenant Colonel Robert I,.
Ililllnrd, Klghth Infantry; Captain
Frodrlk I.. Kuiidsen, Klghth Infan
try; Captain Murray llaldwln,
Klghth Infantry, and First Mmitcn
iiiid (Jennings II, Wilson, Klghth In
fantry. Thoso who will accompany tho
Fifth regiment In their inuncuvorH
will ho; ''Major William M. Wright,
Klghth Infantry; Flrstf Lieutenant
LKdward II. Andres, Klghth Infantry;
iirsi Lieutenant waller II. Johnson,
battalion tidjutiiit, Klghth Infantry,
1 For Sale
I am offcrine you a new larce
Louse with three bedrooms, never oc
cupied, near St. Louis School, withl
iron root, modern plumbing, and lot
40B0 sq. feet, right in town, for only
$1400. Very cheap. Rare bargain.
This is $300 less thnn cost..
iHcre is vour chance
E; E. R. Struch
1.100. $1,100 ,, . ...i.u,.n, j , wnlker, tlio local contractor, I Ull CC 3UDDIV L0. I For vacation rcadinir ".
ti . ' -ir s - ;i. count aitlllery corps, to Port Itugor, .,.oiu 1., iiniah it i ,.i.... ,1. II viiivfc Juuum w., ll or vacation rcaainj;. ',Mtff
pedestrian, who Htarted frcitn Now Yuri:
arrived at his dotliialon on Jnlv 1 1. Wi.imiV r,.,r,i i., n, ..!,. ,..
ami food. I-ator on In lltnli mid km -
and Flint Lieutenant Prank II. Knl
de, battalion adjutant, Klghth Infan-'
Tho encampment of -this regiment
will he held frohi September 11 to
Lieutenant Colonel Webster Vin
son, who Is to ha the now paymaster
of this dcpailment, ip expected to ar
rive at his post early In October. Ho
Is coming to relievo Colonel (leorgo
It. Smith, who will probably go to
.Washington. Colonel" Vinson enter
'ed tho horvlco at n private in tho slg-
'nnl corps of Iho army 011 July
lSiS, He Is a bachelor.
Twelfth Infantry Orders.
The leave granted Capt. William
II. .Ionian, Jr.. Twelfth Infantry, Is'
extended four days.
Leave Tor one month on nccount of
slckncaa la granted First Lieutenant
Sherman A. White, Twelfth Infan
try, to tako effect upon tho expira
tion of his piescut leave,
Capt. Samuel V. limn, Twelfth In
fantry, Is relieved from further duty
as constructing iuartennastur at tho
Presidio, San Francisco,
First Lieutenant II, Smith, meill-,
cal ruxorvn corps, Is relieved from
duly at Vancouver barracks and will
accompany Hid Fifteenth and One
Hundred and Fifty-ninth coin panics,
coast aitlllery corps, to Port linger,
Honolulu, sailing from San Francisco
about Aug. A.
Will Join Regiment.
I 'l""''''t colonel Lea Peblger,
, Third Infantry, will-Join his regl-
: iuent In tho Philippines, sailing from
ti. I.r.,r.lu,.,. l....t ,,r r.
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Mih, William II. Ddnnlng. vlfo ot Captain Aluiiham K. Oulvcl or Ihu for booklet to Heifnfrnm Munle Pn Tlil '.M
'Commander llumilni;. U. S. .V who United States navy, died wiJilctily in riliirirA PRpr-vnTinM PAtur nn ci,iruiu aiusn. w mu. , ,,gj
3,925 MILE WALK1
licrolmlny, having coutpletcil Ills walking
n Mnwli ir. i u.,,11, i a,,,, tv.
nrin i. . r,. i .. .1 1..1.. ..n
Honolulu In Juim, was bom In the
Isl.ind.i, an went In school at Mills Col
lego with a number of Honolulu girls.
Tin y left 011 tho Munchiiila for the
mainland Juno 7,
Ocnernl OrdcrB No. 4lWI).lan. 13,
19C9, are amended to read: "T110 com
manding general, Philippines Divi
sion, Is authorized to nuke transfer
of not to exceed ten enlisted men fiom
each rompany troop or'haltory, return
ing to tho United StutcH Irom tho Plilb
Ipplno Islands lo'organlz.-'.tlnns new!,?
ni rived In Iho Islands, Iho transfer:, to
ho made only on Iho approved applies
Hon of Iho soldiers."
Tho supply of old pattern uniform
dress coata of Artillery having become
practically exhausted, such coat's will
not bo IhhiiviI nfter July, after which
dato dioSH. coatM of tho now juitiuni
will bo Issued to enlisted men of Coast
Artillery Corps, each unlisted man
uiithoilzcd to turn in to company or
detachment commander on such coat,
for which a credit of $2.73 wl bo gy.
en on clothing nccount,
LAST RESTING PLACE
OF KINGS BUILDING.
Work wiib commrnced, yesterday
on tho new mausoleum wherein will
test tho remains of Hawaii's Kings.
John Walker, tho local contractor.
expects to llulah It In about three
months, . The mausoleum will ho en
tirely below ground and will he
capped by a while marble shaft. Tho
Hawaiian coat of nrms and a crown
will surmount the shaft. Tho work
Is. being. done with tho $20,000 np
pioprlatcd by Ihc Legislature of
1007 for the purpose.
Captain Abraham K. Culvri or Un
united Status navy, died tuiJi'.eiily in
"-' " "' '"TffTI
tDOGSAND DOGS KEEP
Oily Cverrui AithMong
rds of All D' suc
tions and biz s
'Uog3" Just four letters. Short ti
ay but sometimes iiitnliirilc 'f low
Homo are pljymjtes, of Ihu ynun;
ml xime 11 o the so.atc of old agn
(nine are the medium of tho hunte
.lid some me the means of llvllhool 01
he ti:!;cniHi.iiiit and tho itl.hou,.si'
ooiihi huve l.mu Iii.IU'.i and'Fhort leg
Somo hnve i-linrl b ul.es .unl long eg
Ho they wh't th-y may. It Is nil the
suinu to Itispretnr .lac c Hiully. wh,
gathers In n'l t.orts and sizes, Iji con
dition ami out of condition, pure hied
and mongrel so long as lliey do no
carry the official tag of Ikcme fet
thu current year.
It In lemarkablo thu anniinl of pe.
plu who aro desirous of keeping dog
11ml yet aro too mean or decline to p
the small unioiiilt eligible for lleente
In the short pc-tlod between .liuie 2 HI
and July loth no fewer than l"2 dog
were placed In Iho clly pound. Of
Ihesi! 91 luve been killed, 3a redeemed
by tho owners, and Ihc balance Iho In
tho hopes that they may be claimed.
During the year up to Juno 1Mb ult.
hi) fewer than 51(1 dogs were deitmyod
on account of disease. Those uie tin
statistics of tho Inspector's terord
Talking of llcenres, Iho liiFpccto,
Kiiysi. "I must sty that this year the
llcrnie fees aro coming In exceptional
ly well on hacks, drays, automobiles
bicycles, tic. I am Mirry to say that
the most dilatory people aro my own
people, that Is to say the white icoj
pie. it Is a hard Job to keep some of
them up to time but eventually they
all come up to Iho scratch and I am
always enabled to start aj now yeai
with 11 clean sheet."
IN POLICE COURT
George McVo, a sailor on Iho It. P
llllhet, was fined $3 and costs for be
ing drunk yesterday afternoon.
Tho charge of drunkenness ugalnst
Krnnk nitwii was withdrawn. On In
vestlgntlou It had been found' that lit
lutd fallon down and broken three
ribs uml was otherwise seriously In
jured. Mary Mahoolowa, churned under the
vngroncy Acl, was discharged, sen
tenco befng suspended for 'Ihlrleen
months. Thu Judgo administered 11
Pun, who was convicted for iht
tenth Mm? of drunkenness, was sen.
tenccd to thirty days' Imprisonment.
The caso against Frank Peterson1 for
drunkenness was continued for anoth
er day. Frank had to be nsr.lsteil from
iho dock and the Prosecutor said. "He
ippears to still have n hang-over,"
whllo tho Judge said, "Whoa! Take
Tommy Cummlngs and Jim McCnnd-
lesB, arrested on siisiilclon for the
murder of Henry Weljierlll, were Dili,
Tho sixteen Chinamen charged with
gambling near Iho old baseball
grounus, wcro discharged, tho cvl'.tncu
being Insiimclont to support tin
Pedro Itodrlgucz, chargoj with bo.
Ing n vagrant and having iii vlsl'iln
moans of supiiort, was sjiilnuod to
nlno inoiillis' lmprlonment
Antonu Soiizn and Mnnue! Doieg-i
were1 each fined $3 and enstH fir as
snultlng a Chinaman,
This means O.K. and applies to
By the way, we've somethtnf
new In this line a distinct Im
provement the best and
cheapest You'll agree with us
when you see it Call, write or
telephone, and we're at your
service; or send for Catalog 802
Office Supply Co.,
931 Fort St
1 F. L. LAMOREAUX, WM
WHAT PAINTSHALL YOU USEt Q AVQ 0RGAN JM
Whv. the cheapest and the best is TUNING AND REPAIRING. -1H
EUREKA PERFECTION PAINT. Wt
tor sale bv callon or barrel. Write , U
TIME IS MONEY in
the kitchen. No
fuel cooks so well S
GAS, nor so quid ly,
and the cost of the
meal preparation is
less than when any
other luci is used.
Experience of those
who burn GAS proves
ALEXANDER Y0UNO BLDO.
Miss May Johnson
has acquired the city agency of th;
Citizen Labor Sanitary
vliich she will conduct at her Curio
itorc on Hotel street, near Union
ureet, in Honolulu. Phone GOO.
frires reasonable. Satisfactiua
.ruaranteed. Work left before 8: JO
a. m. can be returned same day by
GEO. A. MARTIN,
Business Suits for $25.
New stock just in.
OAT & H0SSMAN,
,, Merchant Stree.
WAII CHUNG CO.
DRY G00PS AND TAILORING.
Everything absolutely new and
.'resh from the Coast.
V7AVERLEY BLK. - HOTEL ST.
view. 200 sub.
j e c 1 3. Tapas
M at 's , Fens
Skirts, Fibres for Weaving. Hawa
iian & South Seas Curio Co. Young
Building. (Bishop St., under Elec
Boston Baked Beans. ,
Boston Brown Bread.
Leave orders a day ahead.
28 Imvcs of bread for $1.00.
1129 Fort St. Phone 187.
If Morris were on this sphere he
would confirm the statement that
links at Haleiwa offer greatest pleas
ures. CLIFFORD K. KIMBALL,
Tectorial Board of
Office 403 Stangewald Bldg.
For vacation reading.
BROWN & LYON CO., LTD.
Alexander Young Bldg.
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