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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. II., WEDNESDAY, JULY 21, '09.
Some of the new arrivals in our Ready-to-Wcar De
LADIES' WHITE REP, SUITS, with three-quarter
length coat, round and square cut, trimmed in large pearl
buttons. Very stylish.
LADIES' CHAMPAGNE' REP SUITS, thrce-fourth
length, square-cut coat, stylishly trimmed. Very swell.
LADIES' WHITE LINEN SUITS, three-quarter length,
square-cut coat, trimmed in heavy Irish bands- medallions
and large Pearl Buttons. ,The latest,
LADIES' WHITE NOVELTY STRIPED SUITS, three
quarter length,. square-cut ecat, trimmed in Copenhagen
blue; collar and cuffs Soutache braid and pearl buttons.
A LONG-FELT WANT SUPPLIED
Wc have just received a shipment of the Meyers
AUTOMOBILE GAUNTLET GLOVES
Browns and Tans, nil sizes. These are indisncnsililfi
in lnilv niitnists.
Sec our display of INDIES' and CHILDREN'S PARA
SOLS in every conceivable style. White, in plain, tucked
and embroidered. Pongee, in plain, embroidered and Per
sian trimmings. Silk, in plain, striped, plaids and polka
dots. All colors and all prices.
Our Art Department
Is always stocked with the latest in art goods and
CUSHION TOPS and PILLOWS,
CUSHION CORDS. CORDS and TASSELS,
EMBROIDERY ILKS, EMBROIDERY LINENS,
JAPANESE GOLD and SILVER THREAD,
JEWELS and BEADS of all description.
In fact, everything found In an up-to-date Art Depart
ment. All kinds of stamping done.
Saehs' Dry Goods Co., Ltd.
Cor. Fort and Berctania Sts.
IjV1 XJlJ Soi1, blac,c or Waianae ,and coral
f or rock furnished to fill up depres-
YOUr XlOtt i5ons or balU up terraces.
Your machine will be ready for
you when we say it will be. We
don't experiment on autos; we repair
Von Hamm- Young
ALEXANDER YOUNQ BUILDING:.
By skilled mechanics at
Royal Hawaiian Garage,
Hotel St., near Richard,
SCHUMAN CARRIAGE CO.
Received ex Alameda a New Ship
ment of Latest Styles in
1028 NUUANU ST1
Built to fit and wear.
W. W. WRIGHT & CO., Ltd.
Union Electric Co.,
3f- OllLLCTIN ADS PAY
Opo. Fire Station.
P. M. POND
On Display at our Garage
FRANKLIN "D" T0UBINQ CAR.
AGENTS FOR THE KISSEL EAR
ASSOCIATED GARAGE, Ltd
C. H. BEHN
Car No'., 184 can now
be found al
COR SALE A Fine Ger.
1 man fharh Stallinn
three years old ; Weight
1250; 16 hands high.
B?r"'r:or Sale" cardi at Bulletin.
All sorts and sizes of
CITY ANU COUNTY
They Pass Ordinances,
At tlio Supervisorial pow-wow last
night, Mnynr Torn timl tlio 1'lo.isuro of
seeing tlio unllnanco relating to (he
formation of n. county bureau of enh
plica pnsKvcl over IiIh uio. At leatt
there will be peacu In among lliu pat-riai-clm
when the subject Is mi nllonod
hereafter, tlio tame peace being some
times elinttcroil before.
Three other ordinances parsed first
reading, the Supervisors being In null
uauclnl 1 1 Int. Firstly and foremost, the
tenement ordmnco was patted on the
hack and If patted twice more ami not
vetoed by llzzoncr, will prohibit the
erection nf tenements In Honolulu.
The ordinance, regulating dairies,
milk detiots, etc., and tho ordinance
providing for the Inspection of tho
samo were the others passed. Them
last two nro especial favorites of Ay-
Ictt and It was In order last night for
his fellow members to rRo occasional
y nnd compliment him upon them.
Mayor lorn advocated dcxcilptlH'
'Mdgcs for the Inspectors of meat, fish
3tc nml tho matter was rcfened to
ho ikiIIcq committee.
Three hundred slmoleong of the den
?rnl fund have been provided for each
month, 1250 going to the Promotion
Committee and $." to Iho County I'hy
tlelan for supplies. It Is only fair to
'teen tho County Mudlcul depaitment
ii after advertising to extensively for
leonle, iiiiiro people.
0. II. Durant. drlicr of Company 4
-ccolved ii three months' vacation with
Kxmiiliiatlon or tho foimiilnry ilo
cirtnientH of lending ilrutf Ktorca
hroiiKhout tho rutin try, has proved
dint n very laipo percontuRo of tho
prcscrlitloiiH filled for doctors nro for
Tliln Is liccnuso tho nveraRo iloctor
if today Is unable to dorlso prcscrlp
Ions equally na efficacious.
Such standard remedies as I.ydla E.
Plnklinin's VcRetnlilo Compound are
nroucrllicd over nnd over nsaln by
riilr-inlmlei! physicians tliroiiKhout tho
JamcH T. Tuylor has heen nppolntcil
o tho ilcleKiitlon that will represent
Hawaii nt tho National Irrigation Con
?ress, tho delegation now mnslstlni; of
him. Superintendent nubbltt of tho
Department of Pulillo Instruction, Sup.
5-ilnteiiilent llosmer of tho Iliireau of
Korcntry nml AKrlcnlturo, AiiRimtim
Kniidhcn nnd Mr. Hlackinan.
Kery ntlcnipt will ho mnito to no
euro tlio nttentlnn of tho Federal Hon
lamiitloii Scrylco for tho Islanils, tho
uithortles believing that this will ut.
tract n KronMunny small farmerH ami
othcrwlsa ho n heneflt.
nx-finvcrnor Cnrter today ad
dressed n letter to K. It. HtncLnblo,
Collector of tho 1'ort, in which ho
compliments him on the manner In
which ho Is earing for tlio park on
tho Federal site, nnd enclosed $2." to
aid In iuicIi Improvement work us Is
deemed necessary hy tho Collector to
keep tho grounds In good, shape.
Regarding tho matter, Mr. Carter
"It Is n shnmo tho United States
Government docs not glvo Mr. Stnck
uhlo more support In tho matter of
taking care of tho grounds, and he
Is to bo highly commonded for tho
good work ho Is doing thoro."
The Industrial Editlou or the
Gvening Bulletin, wrapped
ready for mailing, SO cents at B u 1
I e t i n offioe.
I tun offering" you a new large
house with three bedrooms, never oe-.
cupied, near St, Louis School, with
'ron roof, modern plumbing, and lot
4080 sq. feet, right in town, for only
$1,100. Very cheaps Rare bargain.
This is .$300 less than cost..
Here is your chance.
P. E. R. Strauch
Waity Bldg. 74 S. King St.
L BOYS ARE
WORKING THEIR WAY
Their Interesting Story Of
Vacation Work On
Kdltor K veil I UK It ul let In:
Wo Iimp this opportunity to nsk your
Mildness a. spaco In our valuable pa
per Tor pilulimiliiK too loiiuuini; items
rcaardlUK what wo nro ilnhjt here dor-
Ins this Ions vacnllon. lm before
pur school eloped wo tho undersigned
cninircu resiuuiK miu.i". iiuvmt
InK tlio Hontiapo school, In A meeting
held lino, tho question of strike fur rt
Jul) was taken Into courlderatlnn and
ndopted. Accordingly on July Jnil we
nt once started for Moaula to Mrlko
Hir 11 JOII. IL WHB U l"H ""'I lUl-WMIlii
Journey; tint wo nro glad to say wo
mndo a successful trial.
It wen on .Monday morning, July 5th
when wo started again, taking with
Us our clothes, blankets, mats, sonio
l)l nnd other, things, nml with the help
of a little jackass in earning our
things nwny, wo innwi! along leaving
our homes and fnmtlies bihlnd. Of
course wo nil felt homcslik when we
began to think of homo, but feeing wo
are physically nblo to work wo started
to euru n Ih lug.
Wo like Urn now place. Itclng ory
closo to tho mountain, the air Is cool,
nice nml healthy. Tho hilts, woods,
valleys and the wholo place look green
and beautiful. Wo work In the eanc-
fields, over since wo came here hoeing
from (i n. in; lunch time. 11 to 11:30
.A. in., nnd pau work nt 3 3a p. in. Uach
of hi liavo a llttlo link whew we keep
an nccoiint of necessary oxp-nsc, nnd
nno of us has been appointed as our
llnio-keepor. It Is bis duty to keep
an account of our working days. Our
teacher, Moses Mnlakmin, has called
to seo us once, In n while to examine
our books and to glvo us ndvlco not
to spend moro than necessary. Wc
uxiwct. to work hero for two months so
that wo can pay n, part of jur cxpenscr
to go to tho Kiimehnnieliaschool. Wo
enjoy much of our evening bourn with
our books which we broacn. herewith
us. Incloslng this llttlo'lteni Wc
would llko very much to 'express our
appreciations to you Mr. Kdltor and all
cmplo)cH of your department.
MASTKIl MOSKS MALAKANA,
AH TIN SIN.
JACK LONDON HOME
New Orleans, I.a., July 11. Jack
London, the well known writer, ac
companied by his wlfo, Is In New
Orleans, having arrived at C o'clock
thlb morning on tho United Krull com
puny rteamer I.urrlnlbti from Colon
Tlio object of Uindon's visit to this
city Is not known, hut when spoken
to on bouid tho I.urrlnlbn nt imtran
tine yesterday afternoon ho snld that
ho bad given up for nil tlmo his Idea
of traveling around tlio wen Id In the
sailing sloop In which ho set sail
from tho Pacific roast a fow yearn ago.
Kroui London It was learned thai
tho malady with with ho was suffer
ing was mutnrlal fever nml that he
was redlining to tho states In the
hope of gelling cured. He says that
ho left his boat In Sydney, Australia
where ho lay In a hospital sick for a
number of months. He got to I'annmiv
llirougli getting passage for himself
nnd wlfo on n trump ship and from
there took tho l.urrliillm for this city
First Toy Pistol FaUllty, Baattlo,
July 2. Tho first Fourth of July fatal
lly In Sciitllu whs recorded laot night
when l.ouls Itnhs, uged 10 jenis, died
of tctiiuuc, caused hy the picmn'urc
uxpliihlon of a toy pistol.
Peek, Frean fe Co.,Ltd.
Xlelebrated London Biscuits
Large new shipment of these celebrated biscuits, in tins, just received, 'in eluding
Plasmbn--plainand sweet; Pat-a-cakes,
Water Biscuits, Cream Crackers,
Oaten Crackers, Marie Crackers,
Cream Fingers, Cracklets,
Henry May & Co. Ltd.,
For a delightful home beverage
m mi ' in suit
When friends come to spend the
Bk MtwWlzfX'? 21
When you are
When in need of
If your blood
MfiWESmlr The 3c
M ZKm ;ToVit The f""016 '
fttTafr lr ,
If you want the
SEAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
Entered for Record July 9, 109,
From 10:30 a, m. to 4:30 p. m.
Kd Towr-o nuil wf. tn Trent Trust
Co. Ltd. M
AIcxaudrlr.il L. Kcohokaloln and
hsh. to Lilian Lukn I)
German Havs. & U)au Hoe. ct ill.
hy Tr. to V. W. Chanibrrlaln. .1)
f mi Until tii fill! It'll t ......... .PA
L. Akann to Tom Ytit Wa et all.llcl ' Hc Wav '" Texnt.-Fort Worth.
Milt, llldg. & Loan Soe, of Haw. ,Tex., July 10. Ono death and tlireo
Ltd. to Holoiuon I). KoKI. r . . .Itcl prostrntions ut I-'ort Worth and tlireo
Mot. llldg. & Loan Soe. of Haw. dvatliH as well us bcvornl prostrations
Ltd. to Solomon 1). Kokl Uel t i)ala8 t0lIll). markcd the third day
V. Mubaen Adiong nnd hsh. to j0f tlt, warmest weather ovor record
i Libert II. Hoc iinenis, Tr. .. .Trll C1 u this section of Texas. Thursday
pst, of Otto 15, Iboubcrg, by Trs. In l,a maximum tciuiioraturo hero re-
M. A. Monro H corded hero was 99, Friday 102 and
Entered for Record July 20. 1009,1 today 101 degrees.
From 8:30 a. in. to 10:30 n. m.
Jim I'reltas and l. In Auionlii Jgg editorial r roorns 250 bual
do I 're 1 1 n h I) ncu .office. These are the telephone
Iteiuda K. dos B.uitos to Alilone numbers of the. Bulletin office.
LEADING GROCERS. FH0NE 22.
eer That's J3rewed
The J5eer That's J3revcd
locbuit llie ( limtxiR
a tonic, drink
is thin, drink
best beer, drink
3ccr That's ,13rewcd
uit I he (. hnitte
Ii. von Tcnipsky and wf. to I).
M"y K. Crawford to Young Men s
' Snv. Soc. Ltd. M
Margaret K. Holstetn nnd list).
! to W. P. McDougall ,D
"'""OP & C". " I-eo Toma ......Hcl
l.llliiokiilunl to i;mma a. Nawaiii
j Extn L
TIME IS MONEY in
1 the Kitchen. No
fuel cooks so well as
GAS, nor so quickly,
and the cost of the
meal preparation is
less than when any
other fuel is used,
Experience of those
who burn GAS proves
ALEXANDER Y0UNO BLDO.
GOLF LINKS are all that a golfer
could wish for, and the road down if
excellent. Spend your va.-ation
CLIFFORD K. KIMBALL, Manager.
TOWQEFS ANT) FTT"
Our method of cleaning Pongees
and Flannel's insures their return in
3. Abade, Prop.
In the city because
they are made from
cream. The soda
water is properly
charged and well
flavored from fruit
juices. Our soda
water has the call
among people who
know the good from
& Co., Ltd.
Hotel and Fort Street.
Boston Baked Beam, v
Boston Brown. Bread.
Leave orders a day ahead,
28 loaves of bread for $1.00.
1129 Fort St. Phone 187.
Territorial Board of
403 Stancewald Bldg.
Still in business at the lame old
Edward Everett Hale
BROWN & LYON CO., ITD.
. joung Bide, j