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r "'"" U EVENiN-cT'htjufiN; -rtooLStTrT."ii.; Monday, August hCodr""'" -. , 8 ffljllfe
If". aaal I
Get Ready for
HPHE REMNANT SALE
-- begins Wednesday morn
ing at, 8 o'clock and will
continue four days.
lengths from all departments
left over from our
Lengths suitable for
skirts, children's dresses,
shirt waists and some dress
n i 9
Cor. Tort & Beretania Sts.
Opp. Fire Station.
Art Pictures made from
small Kodak Snap-shots
MAKE and PACK HAWAIIAN
PRESERVES. TaKc a case
home or send one to your
friends. Poha, Chutney,
Guava Jelly and Marma
lade, Pineapple Pickle and
Jam, Tamarinds and Papaia
1 84 Hotel St. Phone 1110
Big Government Land
Project Was Object
Of Kauai Trip
Governor Yrenr and hts party hno
returned from Knual after .111 inter
esting but strenuous trip. Ills Hfccl-
lency went partly na i rest, after tlio
tedious work on Ills -report, but funnel
much to keep him busy that ho
found little tlnto to lny by. 'the trip,
Ijottovcr, means tlio beRlnnliiR of IjIr
thliiRs for Hawaii, f(r HyilroRrjplier
Mendenliall was alonir, and hns maclo
n complete examination of the land on
After spending a delightful day nt
tho Knudsin ral.cli, tlio liarty wem'ii
to Ilalcmau, and thcro tlicy m uti 11
careful Inspection (if tlio swnnip land
In tlio Walnien district. It Is 1jc!1om-
that with tho water nvallablc, and tlio'
efforts o ntho part of tho scttlcib In
this district, thcro Is u great fiiliue
on knnal In tho development of tne
They went on to Iltinalel, then nisdc
an Interesting trip along tho Na Tall.
All sorts of-ndventttro marled tho t nir.
and among tho Interesting features
was tho night spent by them In tho
old se.i cavo at Kalalau. Tho ujv
ernor mid his parly spent so.no tlmo
at tho big plantations, mid went over
coma of tho Knpan land district.
As to tho Btory Hint H16 party got
lost on tho trip, they wero merely c im
pelled to back track from Kllohiinii,
vhero somo nallvo .guides wero to
meet them at tho top of tho motm'
tains, nnd owing to tho darkness and
fog they fnllcd to connect with tlio
party, therefore thoy went back over
tho trail nnd enmo out on tho other
Word has been received that It. 11.
Marshall, Chief Geographer, Is coming
toon, nnd ho Mill mako n complete cx
amlnatlon of tlio Islands, with a vlow
of making geographic maps of them
all. Tills will bo tho basis of tho Fed.
cral government's operations In Ha
waii. Both Ielcliton and nendcnlmll
lollcvo there nro groat possibilities
hero, but thcro nro no official maps
for tho government engineers to work
by nnd this will bo tho Important work
undertaken by Mr. Marshall.
LAf EC. M. COOKE
large Concourse of Mourners Follow
Remain, to last Resting Race
An Impressive Ceremony
Beautiful Floral Decorations,
With final sad trlbuto of word and
song, tlio rcmnlns of the Into Charles
M. Cooko wero estcrday laid to rest
In tho historic missionary plot at Kn
walahno churchyard. Hundreds of
Borrowing relatives nnd friends of the
deceased gazed on the urn, as It rest
ed on a omnll table In tho Central
Union Church, bnnked by magnificent
floral offerings, and listened attent
ively to tho imprcssho words of Dr.
After tho rending of tho Twenty
third Psalm, nnd the benediction, the
pall-bearers arose and tho urn was
borno from tho church and convoyed
to tho Knwalahao .Mission -cemetery,
whuo Dr. Scuddcr ofereiU a brief
prayer as tho urn was lowered Into
tho small rccopimlo In tho Cooko
Tho Hnwallnrt'Tlniid, under the lead
ership of Captain Merger, plajed In
the Knwalahao Church grounds as the
funeral party entered the mission cem
etery. , -.
SEEKING LAND i ;
. FOR HOMESTEADS
HIGH-CLASS PAPEB-HANGING, DECORATING.
, AND GENERAL PAINTING.
SPEAK FOR THEMSELVES.
ELITE BUILDING.- . . , PHONE 397,
Settlers at Waiohinu Deny Any In
tention of Fraud in Organizing
to Take Up Tracts at Wood
For tho purposo of lading up nnd
settling a trait of 1,300 acres of land
lying at Wood Valley, near I'almla,
tho Aloha Alna Settlement Associa
tion has been organlred at Walohlnu.
'At n mnM no fxild Alimi.l 1A n mnn.
... .. .i.....n ..v.- .,.....,. . ,, .. - .
tut nn was ndonted. nnd nun cnt 011s u uiihiiuuiihus, to "
for land allotments will bo presented all lined 18 'ana costof court
at ouco to tho Commlsalonor of Pub
lic Land. v ' ,
; - . ' ..it- 1 .
"FULL UP" IS -BIG
Distinguished People Are
1 B. R. House and Lot, Alewa.S
2 B. R. House and Lot, Nuu
2 B. R. House and Lot, Auwai
lima 2 B. R. House and Lot, Kana-lama
3 B, R. House and Lot, St.
Louis School 1,125
etc., etc., etc.
With what Is probably a lar?cr pas
senger list than any brought hero
for some time, tho P. XI. 8. 3. Siberia ,. . ,
came Into port nt 8 o'clock this morn-1 Watty Blap.
Ing from Ban Francisco, en route (o
the Orient. Ucsltlcs tho Congression
al party, under the guidance of Ceo.
I). McClellnn, many distinguished trav
elers wero on board, both for Hono
lulu nnd Orlcntnl ports. ,
Hear Admiral llolllday, V. S. N..
who Is coming to Inspect tho rPcarl
Harbor do dock, arrhed on her, nnd
will bo a guest of the Dillingham's, r
Pedro 'Ocampo 'and his secretary,
Mr. Kscamlllo, arc going through to
Manila. ..Mr. .Ocampo lone, of tho
Tlilllpplno special delegates to Con-
cress, nnd Is returning to tho Islands
after completing his work with the
Sixty-first Congress, lie was origi
nally booked for tbo Nippon Maru, but
laid 9vcr,ln.prd.er,,tq travel with, tho
Congressional party. Mr. Escnmlllo
Is a celebrated 'musician, and has
been mado much of Ih Eastern music
Another distinguished traveler
bound fortho-,l'hlllpplnct Is Major Mc
Klnstty,, U.,,S.tA-vpnK,necr oilier of
tho Department of California, an ex
pert In 'fortification work, who Is Tto-
Ing to Luzon to Inspect defenses there
and In tho other Islands. .
Tho Siberia carried 274 sacks of
mall and 20. tons of cargo for. II0110-.
lulu. She v. Ill leave this afternoon
at C o'clock for tho Orient.
they vary accordlng'to the games. I
Apana, accompanied by a number
of officers, made a raid of a gambling
Joint last Saturday night on Paunhl
street and arrested fclglit Chinese.
Thelr'cuWcamo dp before Judge An-
P. E. R. Strauch
74 S. King St.
On Display at our Garage
1 feU " t c
FRANKLIN "D" TOURING CAR.
FOR THE KISSEL KA11
ASSOC! ATED GARAGE, Ltd
STANDING OF LEAGUES
Philadelphia 71 42
Detroit 70 4:1
tloston 70 40
CIoelnnd r7 C8
Chicago r.r 77
New York . ; r,2 r,0
St. Louis 45 f,r,
WaHhliigtou 32 81
Pittsburg . . ..70 .".0
Clihngo 74 35
Now York CO 40
GAMEAPPRAISER "I know thnt this button," picking
up a small button fro mtho table,
"Is1 worth two and a 1ialf ' cents.
This tin chip here," picking up An
other one, "Is worth twenty-flvo
In giving his expert testimony
this morning In tho Stip-cht gam
bling case beforo Judge Andradc,
OfTlccr Apana, who hrrcstcd eight
Chtncro gnmblcrs last Saturday
night, testified tho value of tho but
tons and tin chips, when used In
playing tho sup-ehl game. 'As to tho
value of 'tho dominoes, he said thnt
4-J -t- -t- -f -
Cincinnati nt R4 .500
Philadelphia I 'J CO .450
St. Louis , 45 fit .417
lirooklyn i---40 ,CD Ml
Iloston 2883 .252
E invite small
Wc want the small
property owner or
investor to see liow
much it is to his
advantage to Ho
business through a
trust company. Call
how we can serve
Bishop Trust Co.
C. K. Chllllngwdrth, -who appeared
for the defendants, puA, up; a jftropg
argument ln'faor-ot tits clients, but
Judgo Andradc, desplto tho contra-'
diction of oldcncc, as" given by
Aian'a' and Amau, decided -against
them. .11.' . i
Apana while on the 'stand said
that whdn he arrived' tho 'defendants
had Just finished 'playlllg tho .game.
'Amau, Who folldwed him, testified
thbt he was' theVo before ""Apana
came In nnd 'that the defendarita
continued to nlay. Tegardless of
Apan.Vs- presence. This 'testimony
evbienly'dlsplcad 'Apana' and ho at
dnco -rushed 'lip to tho ldo ofDepu
'ty 'County Attorney Wllverton ''and
whispered something Into his ' earl
Prompted by the advlco of Apann,
Milvcrton managed to convlnco tho
Judge that tho defendants 'did actu
ally play a gdnibllng -game. His
Honor, after' listening to tho argu
ments' of tho counsel, -decided "against
the defendants and fined them ac
cordingly. Chllllngworth -noted an
JUST IN, EX XVRLlNE.
0 Tel. 109.
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The Pilermi F atners
Not only made bread from
but -Beer as well. Every
Beer as, a, matter of coursx.
their first crop rot wheat,
one of them drank Malt
'All kinds of electrical work by
Union Eleotrio Co.,
' 'fort and Beretania Sts.
PERFECTION ROOF PAINT
Give it a trial. Guaranteed to prove
good, Write for booklet to P, 0.
Box 03, '
THE0. H. DAVIES & CO., AGENTS.
; i i i'ilt
., . -They were hardy, God-learing mcn.j they made
no la'ws-.against individual "privileges, and -exploited
nbGockthil Suppers'- in their -Yellow Journals; and
they were better off for it. - ,' . ,
IT IS YOUR PRIVILEGE--to drink-a -better'
Beer than ever they' had; its a Beverage, a Food) and
a Tonic; and its
C. H 8EHN
Car lVo. 184 can now
Tour Machine will be ready (or
you when we say it will be. We
ioa't experiment ou autot; wa rpii
' Cb., Ltd.
A Gas Stoys
ALEXANDER Y0TJNO BLD3.
Expert work at moderate wicrv
Beruttrom Music l.'o., Ltd.
i r , -Expert. Work.
The W.W.WRIGHT C0.,Ltd.
Xing, near "South.
INDEPENDENT AUTO STAND
King and Bishop Sti.
ALL THE FITTINGS FOR
nAA viinuT xiii' fcf
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line of the Y.'eVE. goods'.
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T0WNSEND UNDERTAKING CO.
Berehuiia 6i., Opp, Sachs.
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ment of Latest Stylet in
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NEW SUMMER MILLINERY
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