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EVEfflNQ DULLSTtN. HONOLULU, T. II., miDAY, JULY, 23, 1009.
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English Percales .
' line quality, 36 inches wide. '
Regular Price 6 ydi. for $1. SALE MICE 10c a yd.
Children's White Pique Hats
Button on crowns, scalloped brim,
Regular Price $1.00. SALE PRICE 80o
Ladies' Dutch Collars '
White, with blue, brown and, green stripes, new.
Regular Price 25c. SALE PRICE 20o
Embroidered and Persian Beltings
In a variety of designs and, colorings.
Regular Price 75c a yd. SALE PRICE .'. 45c a, yd.
Dimity Striped and Brocade Art
Beautiful designs and colorings, 36 inches wide.
Regular Price 45c a yd. SALE PRICE 50c a yd.
Fine Scotch Flannels
36 inches wide. )
Regular Price 50c a yd. SALE PRICE 35c a yd.
Fancy Colored Wash Trimmings
Just the thing for trimming children's dresses. Col.
ors Navy, white and navy, light blue and white, pink
and white, red and white.
Regular Price, 20c a piece. SALE PRICE .... 10c a piece
Sachs' Dry Goods Co, Ltd.
Cor. Fort and Berctania Sts
LGT61 UD Sa' Wttck or Walantt ". coral
- or rock furnished to All up depres-
IOUP JuOt 'lions orbuild up terraces.
Phone 800 P. M. POND
Tour machine will be ready for
you when we say it will be. .We
don't experiment on antos; we' repair
Co., Ltd. ,
ALEXANDER YOUNQ BUILDINO.
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 NUTJANU SI
The W.W.WRIGHT CO.M
King and South Streets.
Uniop. IjSlootrio Co
Opp. Fire Station.
On Display, at our Garage
FRANKLIN, "D" TOURING CAR.,
AGENTS FOR THE KISSEL EAR
ASSOCIATED GARAGE, Ltd
C. H. BEHN
Car No. 184. can, now
v be found .i
COR SALE A Fine Ger.
1 man Coach Stallion,
three years o!d;, weight
1250; 16 hands high.
"For Bal" cards a Bulletin.
. - USE' CLUBS
Leal's Use. of Club
Tlint nn ofllecr Is nllnucd nnd
must tiso his clul) when lie butts Into
n gang of roughs, nnd l( ho docs not
Is not worthy of being n member ot
tlio police force, Is the strong argu
ment of Prosecuting Attorney Drown
in the case of Knnchaku, a Hawaii
an charged with using Milgar and
iVrofnno lnnftuago nnd obstructing
nn officer In the (Uncharge of his
duty, vli6 was on trial In I'ollca
Court this morning.
The circumstances of the case aro
that .Too Leal brokotip a crap gamo
on Vineyard sticct near Itlvcr street
on1 Monday night, nnd that as ho
approached tho plnjcrs tlicy r, tat
tered In nil directions. Tho accused,
while not playing, was tho worse
for liquor nnd used somo vllo cpl
thols towards Leal. The latter ar
rested hint for using vile nnd pro
fnno language nnd lodged hi in In the
pollco box. Accused thon request
ed that ho he allowed to return In
order to get his coat. This request
was granted, hut no sooner had tho
accused obtained his coat than he
'omnicnccd to Ktrugglo with Leak
nnd mado a grab at his throat.
Leal pulled his club and hit him
three times, once on the head nnd
twlco on tho shouldcru. The gang
by this tlmo ic turned and attempted
to rcscua tho prisoner. I.enl was
thrown to tho ground, severely ban
died nnd In tho mclco had his hand
severely with a knife. Timely as
sistance from an cniploje ot tho Ho
nolulu Iron Works enabled him
eventually to land his prisoner.
The defense, led by Chnrllo Chit
llngworth, attempted to proe that
unnecessary vlolcnco had been used
jnd brought up Bovcral witnesses to
provo this, but Mr. Drown put up n
Miry strong nrgument showing that
this was tho worst gang of hoodlums
In tho city and liat whero ono ot
uu'iii resisicuianu ousirticicn mo po
llco in the dlscharga of their duty
It was both necessary and Justifiable
to ii8o force.
On tho request of Judge Andrndo
tho case was laid over till Tuesday
morning, when Mr. Chllllngworth
will sum op his defense.
After tho caso this morning, Mr.
Leal said to n 11 u 1 1 o 1 1 n reporter:
"I'll Icuvo it to any pollco officer or
nnono who has ever been connected
with the pollco forco thut this is tho
worst bunch of toughs In tho city.
At Camp No. '1 on Vlueyurd street
pollco onUers have been beaten up
time nnd tlmo ngaln. This Is tho
second beating I have had In this
locality, nnd if nn nfflccr did not
use n club sometimes ho would ncvor
stand u show at all." -
Mr. Leul's hand, though still
painful, Is making satisfactory prog
ress , though ho still has to have the
wound dressed dally.
THE PEARL HARBUR
Work has commenced, nnd when
this contract Is finished Undo Sam
will have ono of tho finest dry docks
In 'tho world, Tho plans nnd speci
fications' show n complete equip
ment. Workshops, power houses,
nnd In fact ccrj thing that goes to
nmlio up a modern, navy yurd. It Is
cstlmuted thut at least twclvo hun
dred rtjsans and mechanics will
bo regularly employed.. Tho pay rolj
thould amount to about $ J 00,000
per month. ' Tho O.ihu Hallway
Land Co. trains and tho Ilnplt Tran
sit Co. cars will provldo a fast nnd
frequent service to Pearl Harbor.
Tho artisans and mechanics will,
without doubt, llo in Honolulu.
This Influx of population will create
a domnnd for real estuto whllh will
Incrcaso present values very much.
Tho Ileal Kstato Kxchango, S3 King
rtroet, havo some fine lots ut Knliuu-
M commanding a superb view wlileli
tan bo 'had nt rcasonatilo prices.
$1400. , t $1,100
I am offerine you a nsw laree
.house with three bedrooms, never oc
cupied, near St, Louis School, with
Iron roof, modern plumbing, and lot
4089 sq. feet right in town, for only
$1,100. Very cheap. Hare bargain.
This is $300 less than cost..
Here is your chance.
P. E. R. Strauch
Waity Bldg. . 74 S. Kins St.
k Materials at Gurrey's
THAT PUBLIC LOT
ON KH BETHEL
Campbejl Says He Told
Be In Street
X Honolulu, T, II., Jul) 12, 1901.
Sir: You nro hcrch) notlllcd that
(iur tenarjcvat-wlll of the premises nt
the corner of Ilethcl nn I King streets
will ccaso on August 1 1909
Very Irulj jours,
Superintendent of Public Works.
Joo I.iuca. Hsq, Autono Itoehn, i:q.
This letter Is cWduiec tint lliu lie
piiktmint of Public Works has not
been unmindful of the shnck on thn
corner of King nnd Ilrlhrl streets ad
joining tho property nbciv tho Inter
ests or widen tl. II. Inlrchlld Is ngnt
might put up a buslni ss block, Hii
crlntundcnt Campbell states thnt ho
Informcil Mr. FnlirhlM Dial hg might
rest nssuri'd tho Tcrrllnr) would turn
Its strip of land bearing the shack on
thn corner Into street Negotiations
nrr now under way to rccure oilier
land further up Hotbed street wi thnt
thn street widening in iy rontlnuo be
ond tho ruction wlilrh tlu- Territory
owns. Mr. Campbell cannot under
stand why Knlrchlld should feci Hint
nny corner building npi rations ho
might have hi mind cru being held
up by tho Territory.
A wireless telegram renin d this
moinlng states that the hod) of tlio
lato W. O. Walker of Ookjli will bo
brought to tho city on the Mnima Koi
Mrs. Walker nnd her two children will
accompany tho body. Tho funeral will
tio Held under tho auspices of I.odgo
Pacific, A. F. & A. M ot wlilch K. II.
Paris Is Muster. Mr. Wulkt-r was also
a member of tho higher orders, Includ
ing tho Shrine. Thn tlmo of tho fun
eral will bo artanged nftti the arrival
of tho Mauna Kea.
(Continued from Pure 1)
of tho amount of rice nnd other food
tn);cn nwny from) houses In IIon6lu
lu by Japanese scr ants Cnlso had tho
effect ot cutting off to a largo ex
tent this source of supply, Tho of
ficers of tho Btrlko movement wcro
therefore despcrato for nn expedi
ent to relieve the situation.
Finally' It was decided to segre
gate tho strikers, amf select tho most
needy of tho Inrgo number nnd send
them to tho other Islands to hunt
fur Jobs. This would tnko tho men
nwny from Oaliu, which, It was hop
ed, would causo a boycott on tho
plantations here. This failed, liow
eer, ns tha other managers wcro
promptly Informed of tho movement
nnd did not meet tho strikers with
open arms. In fact thnf nppllennts
wcro turned away from every plan
tation. Many of thn strikers who went on
tho Job-hunting expedition intno
back on tho Claudlnc, nnd wcro
obliged to report u dismal fallura of
their inlbslon. It Is iald somo ot
them gavo tho managers no llttla
trouble to get rid of them, nnd in
imno rases whera tho strikers tried
to dissatisfy thosu working on plan
tations, they wcro run off by planta
tion cmplo)cs to prevent trouble.
Tho men trudged from Uiliulna to
Wuilukti and bark nnd wcro turned
down pvcrj whole they went.
Crowd Sees Boy Drown. Halt Lake,
Utah, July 5. Wlillu. n ciowd of 40 or
SO butlierj ant) boaters looked on Her
bert Hi'odcr. aged 2H, of Ogdcn, drown
ed In tho Like ut laigoon pleusuio re
Peek, Frean & Co.,i.td.
Celebrated London Biscuits
Large new shipment of these celebrated biscuits, in tins, just received, including
Plasmon-.-plain and sweet; Pat-a-cakes,
Water Biscuits, Cream Crackers,
Oaten Crackers, Marie Crackers,
Cream Fingers, Cracklets,
Henry May & Co., Ltd.,
LEADING GROCERS. PHONE 22.
STRONG RIFLE TEAM
FOR CAMP PERRY
Best Lot Of Marksmen
Who Have Ever Left
Colonel and Adjutant (icncinl
Jnnes his Issued the following spe
1. Thn following officers nnd en
listed men will report to Major Wll
Hum It. lliley for rllle prnctlco ns
principals nnd alternates on the, rifle
team to.p.irtlc Ipato in the national
match to bo held nt Camp l'err), on
August 2.1, 24 nnd 23, 1909:
Principals Major Gtistac Hose,
First Itifnntr); Captain Thomas P.
Cummins, Adjutant First Infantry;
Captain Arthur W, Nccly, Commis
sary First Infnntr); Captain Charles
M. Coster, First Infantry; First
I.leutcmfnt l.uther A. K. Knns,
First Infantry; Second Lliutennnl
Edward Hopkins, First Infantry;
Color Sergeant Jose (louela, First
Infantry; Sergeant Dudie K. Lemon,
Chief Tr. First lufantr; First Sor
grunt Thomas J. K. Kvnns, Co A,
First Infantry; Sergeant Jo'n Fcrrc
Irn, Co. F, First Infantry; Sergeant
John Stone, Co. F, First Infantry;
Sergeant Charles K. Stlllniau, Co.
A, First Infantry.
Alternates Lieutenant Colonel
Joseph 11. Fisher, Pay Department,).
X. O. II.; Sergeant Alexander May,
Co. A, First Infantry.
2. Sergeant William Hulhul, Co.
F, First Infantry, mid Sergeant,
Manuel M. Htlxn, Co. 1), First Infuu'
try, will compete for tho plnco of tfl
tcrunto upon said team. -'
lly order of the Governor,,
JOHN W. J-S.S'JS.
Although Colonel Jones'fs well sat
Islled with tho team flhjL li.iu hem
I Icked, nnd recognizes' that It Is tho
strongest team thn,t has over !fl Ha
wall for u National shoot, ho considers
that tho leum as u whole could line
Jieen mado omii stronger by the Inclu
slvn of several men who find It Impos
sible to obtain luiva to inako tho trip
Tho Colonel sinks thnt It would be
a hardship In soernl cases to outer
tho mm to go to Camp Perry and con
sequently, although tho Tyirltory will
bo represented by a strong loam, It
will not bo our wry best.
Nextocnr thn team from Hawaii will
bo ory r.trong If nil goes well. a
suno of tho best shots In tho countr)
will bo available for tho trip.
Tho rifle to bo used nt tho shoot Is
tho 190R Springfield, with Improtcd
rights nnd tho team Is now well m
customed to thu gun.
Passengers on board tho steamship
Alameda, Captain Dowdoll, which nr
rhed this morning from San Francis
co, held n grand concert Inst night nt
sea Following Is tho program:
U'.-iiler of Orchestra t.rY
Mr. M. P. noldsml(h,( Violin)
PI mi Miss C. (Inldsmlth.
1. Owrturo by Orchestra
2. Address Mr. I-orrln Andrews
3. Vocal Selection..,. Miss A. Mousei
4. Vocal quarter i MUs Irwin,
Mrs. (Ira, Miss Douglas, Miss (Ira)
.1. Monologuo Mr. Mutt llurlon
G. Song i.nd dunce... Mr. Chan. Orr
7. Vreal Selection'. .Mr. Trank Karlo
K. Vocal Selection..,. Miss Zoo Irwin
'9. Ittcltatlon.Mr. W. C. Ilurtliolomew
111 Vocal Selection... Mr. F. J. White
11. Heading , Miss Surd Ilurkc
12. Vocal Selection,. Miss Viva McNeil
Adjourn' to deck, dancing.
Merr Widow Wnltr
.... Mr. Chns. Orf, Mrs. K. Hloniio
Pntrnnessos Mrs. J. fl. Noblo, Mrs.
,M. II. Lov, Mrs. 0. Mlntz. Mis. White.
('.liHlrmnu Mr. I.orrln Andrews.
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woman, and I shall recommend it us
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If jou would Ultcspcclnl ndilco
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and alni)s hulpful.
NIGHTINGALES AT EMPIRE.
Thp much tilkolnf orginlzatlon ot
songsters, known nt tho Crescent City
N'lghtlngules. will ni'iku their debut
ut tho lhnplro Theater loinoriow night
huxlng bun bunked for u brief season
by Mnnnger Oivrrnl. The rompaii)
coislsu, i(f llo )ouug and Unu.tlc
Hawaiian ladles who slug Hawaiian
pirt hings nnd llliistrato the same
with graceful gesture's and dunclug
Tho ciimp.iu), which retently nrrhed
from llllo, consists of Mrs. Miriam
Kulolemi, Mrs l.lzzlo Spalding, Mist
Helen Kaiilwcla, Miss Mary Kciwe-and
Miss Llllha Lou. Tho joiing hullcs In
tend to gho n gent fit concert ami
dance in thn K. of P. hull on August
7, but with his customary enterprise
tho manager of tho Kmplro Theater
bus signed them up for' a preliminary
eugnguiiiVrt A Hawaiian orchestra
will (icconpnny the ouug Indies In
tit tr different selections .In "u'
from tho work they liao douo in
hearsnls tho Crescent City Nlghtlii
gnles will m.iko nn Instantaneous hit
A WONDERFUL VOICE.
Tonight at Alohn Park u now singer
will muku his first iippcurnncu,, A
oung man wlli a falsetto inlco ot
xcei'.tlonal piwer and sweetness has
been ill9Cii'reil mul Is expected in
;roo a d real, drawing curd.
CASTOR I A
For Infanta and Children.
rtis Kind You Have Always Bougut
Bears tho TT SZJ&aT'
The "minstrel" show In town ono
'veiling list week measured up to tho
"nil htnud.ird of expicted rottenness.
Anlti (Iowa) Tribune.
TIME IS MONEY in
I the kitchen. No
fuel cooks so well as
GAS, nor so quickly,
and the cofi of fhc
meal preparation is
less than when any
other fuel is used,
Experience of those
who burn GAS proves
ALEXANDER YOUNQ BLDG.
GOLF LINKS arc all that a golfer
could wish for, and the road down is
excellent. Spend your vacation
CLIFFORD K. KIMBALL, Manager.
PONGEES AND FLANNELS
Our method of deening Pongees
nnd Flannels insures their reljrn in
J. Abadc. Prop
In the city because
they are made from
cream. Th soda
water is property
charged and well
flavored from fruit
juices. Our soda
water has the call
among people who
know the good from
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Hotel and Fort Streets.
Tentorial Board of
Office 403 Stangewald Bldg.
Still in business at the fame old
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