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EVENING nUMXriN, HONOLULU, T. H, WEDNESDAY, AUG. 25, '01.
Just the thing for Ladies' Riding Skirts.
Regular Price 3So a yd, Sale Price 25c a yd.
Regular Price 50c a yd . Sale Price 40c a yd.
Ladies' Shirt Waists
A sample line. Only one of a kind. Size 30. Made
of the finest material . and beautifully trimmed.
Regular Price $2.00.
Regular Price 2.25,
Ladies' 2-Button Kid Gloves
Black, White, Tan, Gray and Brown.
Regular Price $1.25. Sale Price $1.C0 a pr.
English Long Cloth
12 yds. to the piece.
Regular Price $2.25. Sale Price ..1 $1.00
12 yds. to the piece.
Regular Price $2.25. Sale Price $1.90
10 yds. to the piece.
Regular Price $1.75. Sale Price $1.25
Cor. Fort & Eeretania Sts.
MAKE and PACK HAWAIIAN
PRESERVES. Take a case
home or send one to your
friends. Poha, Chutney,
Guava Jelly and Marma
lade, Pineapple Pickle and
Jam, Tamarinds and Papaia
1 81 Hotel St. Phone 1110
HIGH-CLASS PAPER-HANGING. DECORATING.
AND GENERAL PAINTING.
, SPEAK FOR THEMSELVES.
ELITE BUILDING. PHONE 397.
Want an electric door belli
We'll put it in for you.
Union Electric Co.,
Eeretania St.. near Fort.
Weekly Bulletin, $1 Year
Opp. Fire Station.
PERFECTION ROOF PAINT
Give it a trial. Guaranteed! to prove
cood. Write fir booklet to P. 0.
THE0. H. DAVIES & CO., AGENTS.
Special Attention given to
PRINTING and DEVELOPING at
C. M. COOKE RESTED
C. M. Conko In reported to hno
rested fairly well 1i-rt night niul Ills
condition l I: trlfli li-ttcr l!ri;i yester
day. Enquiry nt tlio Coorco hnmu ell
ilteil tlio above facts mill the outlook
seems now to 6 n lllt'r brighter".
Tlio body of a Clilnaiiinn was
Tuund In teli liarlmr this morning
liy two Portuguese waterfront men.
Ho Is Known liy the police as n fro
nucnter of hop Joints and gambling
dons. There Is no Indication of
foul play except n brulso on the
forehead that might easily have
been cnitxcd by striking u timber
while fulling Into the water.
No less than eight ntitnmohlles were
leglsterod yesterday. The reason Is
that tlio ordlnancu goes Into effect oil
Scpteinbci 1, when ." will bo charged
for registration and nt the present
tlnio mi auto ran bo leKlstered for SI.
Today once more the II n I I c t I n
nine defeated Hut Star team on the
City diamond, the srnrc being Ii to
1! In tlio II ii I I e 1 1 n ' a fnor.
J, Archie Hess of Portland, Ore.,
Is tho only nutomnhlllst having the
distinction of making the run from
Seattle to Tneoma In (ess than an
hour, and he covered tho distance
In a rrnnldln motor car In Tift min
utes. The best time, that has ever
been matin by niiy other car a,nd
driver It t hour and 10 minutes.
The dlstnnca Ih 12 iiitlci, but the
road Is bad and full of sharp turns.
When Mr. Hess mitilo the record tho
owner of another car had up to the
last minute declared a readiness to
go over tho Bninc course in compe
tition on n wager, but when tlio
tt mo for tho start ennio ho wllh
dicw, and Mr. IIcsh went out for
the record alone. It had been pre
dicted that mi car would bn nbln to
matin tho distance within nn hour.
Meeker "What's tlio matter,
old man? You look liko nn illus
tration of n hard-luck story."
Meeker "Domestic troubles. Had
a scrap with my wife this morning."
llleckcr "Oh, don't let a little
thing Iko that worryyou. A thun
derstorm clears tho atmosphere, you
Meeker "Yes, but that doesn't
help a man who has been struck by
QOMIi people have tried them and failed to
like them. Isn't that true of many good,
things that you are fond of today? How many
people like alligator pears the first itastc?
But most people like GRAPH-NUTS right
from tjic start.
And1 all people like them' after a brief trial;
and; what is more, like the 'health results pro
duced by this great food.
GRAPE-NUTS arc made of whdt, barley,
salt, and yeast, constituting a' food containing the
natural nutritive elements of Wheat and Barley
thoroughly cooked by scientific baking.
Why not order a package today?
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CAMPBELL SAW '
THE KAPAA LANDS
Declares The Problem Is!
Superintendent of Public Works
Marston Campbell returned from
Knii.il this morning ln company with
Mr. I.elBhlon, who enmu in tho Terri
tory In connection with the wink of
the h)drogrnphlc stino.v Melidenhall
did not return with Campbell and
Lclvhtou but will remain on Kauai to
lomplctc his preliminary btitvey of
Ihe conditions on tho Garden Island.
"Tho trip was I nlho nature of a to
connalssance," hnld Superintendent
Campbell this mornliiR. "I took the
opportunity of lookliiR Into public
When asked whether he had lsltcd
Kapan district Mr. Cauibell said that
ho had and bollocd that tho "Kapru
question" was reaching its final stages.
Mr, Campbell katyl he would be ite
rated to rIvo definite Information as
In Iho Kapan situation as kiioii nn he
had gathered toRcther tlio data of the
results of his trip.
(iovernor Kicar will return from
Kami Sunday In tlmo to Rrcet tho Con
AKNOI.D-AWANA In Honolulu,
August 1!), nt the Methodist par
sonage, Arthur K. Arnold and
Miss Urneo K. Awmia,
'Continued from Pace 1)
ncr In tho II ti 1 I o 1 1 u routes!, vis
ited the Seattle I-Silr, also rcturnetl
on tho l.tirlltie lifter si month of
.Tho l.urllno currlcwbctweeii '&.-
OUO and C, 0(1(1 tons of cargo and
stalled on her deck am nn oven
thro dozen mules who do not seem
to hnvo been very much affected by
2,000 miles of uufntHnninhlo misery.
A concert was held In the social
hall Tuesday evening, where her
llftj' passcnRcrs held jubilant hlgh
Jinks. A notice in tho l.urllno Dis
patch Btnted that submarines nnd
aeroplanes would bo ordered for
l o : :i o p. m.
Did You Ever Try
FOR STJANGE tiUN
An unknown Japanese has been
visiting hntdwnre stores here and
endeavoring to buy cartridges t
lit a canu Run which lie carried.
Ho has been given no satisfaction,
for either the stores did not hno
the proper caliber or refused to sup
ply Mich a siiplcious deadly weap
on with nmiinltlon.
The gun Is In appearance nn ordi
nary ratio and n likely weapon for
one who wished to out tin enemy
out of the way without hnvliiR to
offer unnecessary explanations to
PLANS MERGER OF APIARIES.
Southern Bee King- Hopes to Con
trol California Honey Indus
try Produced 200 Tons Last
l.os Angeles, August 14. Joseph
Moffntt, tho beo king of Southern Call
lomla, wants to extend his power over
tho w holo Stale by u merger of all the
aplnrlca. Ho formed :i company which
will' take over thu larger honey ostno
IMimeiits and Is negotiation for thu
others. MolTatt, who Is n Canadian,
owns two tiplarleo, which last je.ir
'induced 00 tons of honey. Thu com
pany of which ho Is tlio hc:J, controls
all apl.irles between San Ferunintn
and Upland, lfo Is being supported
In his merger proKillU... , oc..i.
other largo beo owners.
To fncllltato tho handling of Iho
honey and cam of tho bees an null
mobllu service Is to be Installed ami
thu honey business will be conducted .
on tho strictest ul-to-da(o system.
Hitherto one of tho moat seilous
troubles has been nn Inability to loie
too whether u crop would he InrRo or
small. MoRatt thinks that under Ills
Ostein there will bo no nuro lean
ears In the honey btislitd at tho
Till! MAUY K. I'OSTHIt this
morning left Iho haibor for San
Kinnclhco under her own snlls, and
pretty seamanship took licr out or
port without mishap. The Andrew
Welch Balled for San Francisco
TDK OCEAN QUKL'N will sail
for Tahiti this afternoon. John An
derson, the deserting sailor from
Arundel's vessel, was put back on
Bulletin Business Office Phone 25a
Rnllrtin Editorial Knnm Phoiw IBS
' , Phone, 2,2 and 92
OLD BOOKS CLOSED
NEW SET OPEIB
Wireless Company Becomes a Branch
cf the Mutual Telephone Com-1
pany Will Continue to Im- j
Yesterday Iho Wireless Teh g-np'i '
Company lnel It books, an I be j
came eMhiii In lis place blossom? I :
forth n new set of bonks of Iho wire
loss Department of ihe Mutual Tele
phoni 'i' I'rnm Iho position o'
Icpiiii-ii .oni .no nuiiBKer if tho oil
wireless inuip.'n: . John A. Halch . tep
over to lhal of r.iic-lntentlunt of Ih
now In audi The on u share ci rtill
cato of the Mutuil Tc'eplione t
has Iwen Iu-.IhiI mu to the win le
"All mall In the futti.n will c n
iho Mutual Tolepho-io Company th
Is Inlcndeil for the Wireless llranci
and should he so marked. Mr ll.ilcli
will continue to nniiago that end of
Ihe buidiicsa for us. There wl'I be ii"
linmedlato changes. The Waterhom.
Trust Company will continue to cil
as agent for the wireless departm 'ii
for four years yet according to ihe'
contract. Wo will go aheid unklm
Imprmemrnts. anil develop the serv
ice as fast as possible." said Cliorp
It. Carter todaj.
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS
Entered for Record AuRitst 23 1009,
frcm 10:30 a. m. to 4:30 p. m.
ApolonH Itnmos el nl to Olna Bit-
Kar C CM
Olnnlclo Coites lo Olni S'tpar. .
DnmliiKo ct nl to Olaa Susn-.Co. .CM
Mailauo ih' Guzman to Olaa Su-
Bar Co CM
Mariano Omnia n to Olaa Sugar
l'ahlo V i.ll inn ct al lo Olaa Sugar
Jullann Molcgil'o c' nl to Olaa Su-
Bar Co CM
l'ablo Citild ct nl to Olaa Sugar
Co -...'.'... .... CMi
.lullano Melegillo to Olna Sugar
Cecil Hrown Tr. lo Kcolnoknlanl
nnd hsb I)
I'anp Sau to Wong In 1)
Wont; In nnd hsb. to Mnuiicl O.
Charles II. Thurston nnd wf to
Mist Am. S.iv. & Tr. Co. of
Haw.. I.ld M
Hvnii da Sllva to Stephen I..
Dcshu and wf Itcl
II. Moaiinllhn. by I)op. Sheriff, to
Hattlo P. Hapal
Hattls P. Hapal nnd hsb. to S. I..
Stiphcn I.. Desha to Mary Ida
Henry U'uterhiiuie Tr. Co. Ltd. to
John A. Palmer Itel
John A. Palmer and wf..to A. H.
A. A. Wilson lo Theodore Ilau-
A. A. WilEon. by Ally, to Ilaiik of
Hawaii, Ltd Mi
D.iid Wnlatt to HutchliiFoti Su
, Kar Plantation Co
'J. K. Kckaula lo Hutchliihon Su
Kar Plantation Co
P 11. Knhulu to Hutchinson Su
gar .Plantation Co
Kaptolani VMU; Ltd. to W. K.
Jordan A. Sllva and wf. to tidn.
of Marv A. Porter '. . M
John Paloa and wf. to 1'. M.
Entered for Record Aist 24, 1909,
David Mallolo lo l.i Kwat I.
Palolo Land & liuprvmt f.'o. Lid.
to Mrs. Maria I. Petvrs II
Krai wit Kaalalll to tleorKo Poll, ..I)
Mrs. II, ItolulK K.ivu n liinrlicon on
Kriduy, iho l.'illi or iho month, which,
in ipllo tit Ihe day. proved to be it
very ciijojublo occasion, uud !liosi
piesint. nlui Inrlilded Mrs. W. 11.
Illce. Jr.. .Miss Klslo Wilcox. Mis
Arthur Hlco and Mrs Anderson, nn I
Mrs. II I). BliiKKotl". Mitoil that I'rl
ilny, nnd the Ihlrleeiith of the month,
will have no lerrois for Ilium here
lifter -(.arileii lehiiul.
1 B. R. House and Lot, Alewn.S 500
2 B. R. House and Lot, Nuu-
anu Valley ' 500
2 B. R. House and Lot, Auwai-
2 B. R. House and Lot, Kapa-
3 B. R. House and Lot, St.
Louis School 1,125
etc., etc., etc.
3 B. R, House and Lot, Kapalama 12
P. E. R. Strauch
Waity Bldg. , . 74 S. King St.
XlfE invite snvi!'
Wc want the smaii
property owner or
investor to sec ho
much it is to h
advantage to d
trust company. Gal"
how we can .ervc
A consultation will "est
Bishop Trust Co.
fT'Y'l '1ki TVii
as Move i
ALEXANDER YOUNG BLDG.
Is preparing for a clearing that will
cause the public to sit uu and take
Expert work nt moderate ir c?
Bcrfiitrom Music Co.. Ltd
Odd Fellows' Bldr.
One of tho YAWMAN & ERBE
IAB0R-SAVINO SECTIONAL FIL
ING CABINETS. These and a full
1 nc of the Y. & E, j;oods.
HAWAIIAN NEWS CO., LTD.
Alexander Young Bld(r.
THE BEER AT THE
IS ALWAYS 0. K.
Received ex Alameda a New Ship
tnent of Latest Styles in
1028 NUUANU ST
C. Q. YEE HOP & CO.
SHIPPERS nnd FAMILY
i v "v
NEW SUMMER MILLINERY
MISS POWERS' MILLINERY
.' Boston Building Fort St,
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