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KVKNINO IIUM.KTIN, HONOLULU, T. II., FRIDAY, BKI'T. 3, 1009. '
H IllhlllWI I II I Ml IMII lllll II ! t rflS: -, .
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left over from our big clear-
Lengths suitable for
skirts, children's dresses,
shirt waists and some dress
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APPROVE BIO FOR
$11,585 Lowest Figures
Offered For Beach
At tho meeting of tho Committee
on Itonds this morning It was rec
ommended to nwnid the contract for
iri-ndlnrf flin Ifnltlfiftlll Itui rti t)ii-t il
ftUMllln till '"""UI ..V..V.H .w.i...
to l'loanco & Wood, whoso bid waul'"
nir.tr, ,i,im, u snr. i.nl, n. ,,r
tho Concieto CoiiHtiuctlon Co., Ltd.,
$12,480. The other bidders were A.
A. Wilson, $11,000, and Albert
Trnsk," $13,500. The action of tho
committee will lie confirmed nt a
meeting of the Hoard next Tuesday
mninlng nt 9:30 o'clock.
Mayor l'eni tins asked that tho
Hoard hold Its session nt Hint hour,
as ho Intends going to Hawaii with
tho Cougrcislonal paity, ns will
ptohahly oii nr two of the Supervis
ors. Kiiglncrr Hero has asked tlio
Mu.wir and llonul mi'.lioitty to ap
point a man to have personal super
vision oer tlio woik to see. that It
Ih done In good shnpo. Tim commit
tee nppioved tills iind will refer It
(o action 'nt tlio next meeting.
The I'nlnn I'ceil Comp.iny object
ed tii the bill sent to them for nl no
days' n so of tho county si cam roller
for Sinn, nnd tho (irnmltlen coin
promised on soven dus, mid approv
ed tho bill.
BANK OF Mill WILL
HAVE KONA BRANCH
(Special to tlio Hit Hut I M)
1 1 llo, Auk. 3. A meeting or tho di
rectors of tlio H.ink of llllo wax held
last Saturilny afternoon, at which
Manager I'attcn laid before tlio board
tho results of tliu lni'KtlRatlou which
ho luadu in regard-to commoiclal ami
domicilii conditions in Konn in rela
tion to th question of establishing n
branch bank in that district.
It was decided to establish n branch
blink, and to take steps townrds doing
so right away, Tlio plnco for tho litink
I' as not ns yet been definitely decided
upon, hut It will bo somewhere. In tho
central part of tho two Konns. Tho
r.ow branch will ho run on tho same
lines as tho branch which tho Dank of
llllo established In Kohnta tome
TO EXAMINE PROBLEMS.
(Continued from Paze li
Senator Dillingham, this afternoon,
on behalf of himself and tho two gen
tlemen, who with him, mako- up tho
committee of tho Commission now
here, stated Hint they are here on a
campaign of Information. I'rof. Mlllls
Is tho liend of tlio work on tho Pacific
Coast, and Senator Dillingham Is chair
man of tho Commission, which was
treated by Act of Congress.
Two years ago, all Kuropean coun
tries wero visited by them and nil ex
haustive study mado of conditions
prevalent thore. Tho Commission sup
ports nn iinny of clerks all through
tho United States nnd tlio present
lslt will bring Hnwall Into tho net
work for Information Hint keeps tho
Commission thoroughly posted on nil
Tho comniltteo has not yet linil tlnio
to become acquainted villli tlio Immed
iate plans of tho local Immigration
Commission, and Senator Dillingham
was iinahlo id venture answers to tho
questions concerning local affairs put
flnvcrncr I'rear spent part of tho
morning nllh them at tho Mo.iuii hotel
mill they nil attended tlio Meirhants'
Association luncheon at 1 o'clock. They
will leniatii In tho Islands until tlio
IStli of this month.
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
I'losldenl Kcnno-iy of tho Inler-Ie-laud
Steam Navigation Coippjuy an
noiinccH Unit next ftoudav, September
li, lmlng n holiday nil rrclidit Tor tlio
.Manna Kea, leaving nt noon Tuesday,
except perishable goods and ll'pior,
must boslilpied tomorrow (Saturday).
No freight will ho received on Monday
for nny Inter-Island steaniors,
Seth Low, former Mnynr of New
ork, lofiised to discuss a report
Hint ho Is to succeed Whltclnw Held
ns Ambassador to (ireal llrltaln.
when liilervlownl at his home nt
Now Hcdford, N, Y.
tiUpcrlntemleut of Public Instruc
tion llnbbltt la conducting n thor
uur.li Investigation Into tlio question
Hint has orison In the transfer (if
Ml 3. Mnydwoll ns assistant In tlio
tlmilurilon to u itctiool nbnut five
miles distant, although she deslicd
to lemaln nt the Hottlunloa school,
ot which Mrs. Scott Is principal.
Superintendent llnbbltt linil n con'
feicnco this morning and will niso
cnll n special meeting of the com
missioners of public instruction now
It....,,. I.. I., I- .. ,. ... !.. ...
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" smisinciury ruiuuoii or wio prou
Mrs. Mnydwcll has many f. lends
In Konn nnd they are anxious to
liavo her reinstated In the Ifuulua-
SAN FRANCISCO. Sent'. 3. Su
3r -i- Beets, 89 analysis, lis 0d,'
Parity,' 4.49 cents. Previous quota-!
Hon, lis 81-41
SPEA K0N HAWAII.
(Continued from Pace 1
Mr. Thurston said .that ono of tlio
problems ronfiontliii; Hawaii was to
serine piopcr iciugultlnn beforo
Congress nnd that tho Ifll to Ha
waii of tho Coiigiessliinnl party was
i step In ndvancu toward a better ;
understanding nt Washington.
"Wo lwtu no grievances," said
Mr. Thurston In beginning ills re
minds, and there was prompt ap
plause from the Congressmen ami
iiicmhcrH of the association.
The most ital problem, Thurston
said, was Hie passenger transporta
tion between Hawaii mid tlio main
land. Ho urged that Hie restric
tion on coastwise passenger traffic
should he renioed.
He ileclnied Hint the ship subsidy
would bo one of tho most potent fac
tors In providing mora passenger
steamers and declared if a subsidy
was not soon provided tho l'aclflu
Mall Hues would be withdrawn, llo
Insisted that a suspension of tho
coastwise law ns applied to Hawaii
Mr. Dillingham Introduced
grcssman llartlioldt as tlio ''foremost
Oct man-American citizen of the
United States. Congressman Haith
oldt staled that tho party was hero
to "study the needs of tho Hnwallun
people fioin a national and patilotlc
standpoint, Ho declared that when
Hawaiian inteicsts wcie under con
sideration at the National Capital,
tho members of this party would bo
heard In Hawaii's Interests.
Congressman Taylor of Alabama
was tlio next speaker.
"Oh! What a beautiful thing that
Is. It Is ceitalnly very attractive. It
Is a wonder how tho ancient Hawaii
ans could possibly make such a beau
While sci iillnlzlug tho beautiful
feather cloaks mid helmets in tlio I111I11
room of Hie lllsbop .Museum this morn
ing, the aboo remarks wero uiado by
the lady niembi'is of tho Congressional
party, who wero received by Dr. llilg
ham, tlio curator ot tho museum, and
W. O. Smith ami A. V. .fudil, trustees I
of tho hCiiisils. They mado ovcrytlilng
comfortablu for tho distinguished
As Ibey eiilerod tho museum, onu of
tho uicinWs railed tho ntlenliou of
others to II10 rules and regulations of
tho museum, post o I oulsldo tho wall,
These were mil Ices printed In KiikIIsIi,
Hawaiian, I'oitn:;uesc, Japanese and
Oiico liislilo tlio hall, they walked
nioiiud. accompanied by thu trustees,
Hie curator, mill llio iiowspnMruieu,
who expl'ilned to them tho making of
the father cloaks nnd oilier tilings.
Tlio guests wore greatly pleased to
learn much valuable Information
which they evidently lie.ird much
nbout, beforo coming to Hnwall, Clerk
Matlieson of tho Secretary's office was
thero ako to do Ills duty In giving out
tlio necessary Information.
Curator Bingham, nn authority on
Hawalla nhlstory, was crowded by thu
eager guests who wanted to know nioro
about Hawaiian tapns mid other valu
ables. After they had peon tho exhibit they
walked 1l.1v11 fo King sheet whom
they lioardod the special train and re
turned to town.
The party started fioin the Youn-j
hotel nt 10 o'clock tills morning In
charge of W. O. Smith, Messrs. I'ctily
nnd Mcincrny, .
185 cdltorl.il rooms 250 bun
nf ttflre, These are the teiepbon
cumber, of the Bulletin office.
Great Assembly At Aa!a
Democrats, Homo Hitlers, ltcpuh
Means, over body Is Included In tlio
Invitation to the Fpcecliinnklng nl
Anla rnrx on Saturilny evening.
John I.aiio wishes ,lt to lie under
Bt"'1 ,1,i,t ho ,uljle l,,eel,, ' ,l
thoroughly non-partisan nliulr. It
appears that there are homo Demo
crats among tho visiting Congress
men, rdx ot them In fact, nnd they
will speak with tlio Republicans. In
other words it Is not (o ho a political
harangue. Among the Republicans
slated to speak ate Representatives
Haitholdt, Itodenberg, H.irchiield,
Thomas, Kills anil Scott. The Dem
ocrats nro Taylor, Houston, Chand
ler nnd l'adgett.
Mr. I.nnc states that lie has been
tinnblo to see everybody, but chairs
will be provided on thu speakers'
stand for tho following outside Hit)
speakers: Coventor, Delegate to
Congress, Sccietary of tlio Territory,
licnils of Territorial departments.
Mayor,- Hoard of Supervisors, Hon. D,
Kalatiokalanl and National Commit
tceiiien of both parties.
Tlio speakers will lie: A. St. C.
I'llanala. Kti .1. Crawford David
Knniihn, It. M. Until, (1. K. Kacawc-
lichakii nnd Fred K. Hockley, and they
r.ro requested to bo thero on time.
Tlic hand will lie there, and Hie
program will begin promptly lit
7:"0. Hesldcs a letter from J). Kn-
InuoKnlanl accepting for tho Home
Rulers, Mr. I.ane this morning re
ceived the following fiom the Dem
Honolulu. Sept. 3, '1909.
Hon. John Ume, City.
Sir: In pursuaneo with your re
quest of this morning I submit tlio
following name of parties I would
like to have occupy heats" on tlio
stand Saturday evening: Hon. I.. I..
McCandless, lion. W. A. Kinney, 13.
M. Wntsnn, Ksq Hon. T. Moore,
Hon. V. K. Ilnrvcy, Hon. J. J. Tern,
It. N. Trent, Hon. Dan Kninahu, Hon.
K. Ii. I.Ike. W. I'. Jiirrctt. Hon. C. W.
Ash ford, O J. Waller. Hon. John Kni
meluth ami John Kffcngcr.
c. .i. McCarthy.
ALL IS READY.
(Continued from Pan 1)
getting up delicacies for tho liiau
ml it will be one of tho II 11 est ever ;
given on tlio Islands.
Tho outsldo double door of tho
Seaside Hotel will be the only en
trance. 1'ioniptly nt 7:30 Captain
Hetger's Hoynl Hawaiian Hand will
begin jilailng. nnd Mnor Kern with
Ills secretary, the Hoard of Supervis
ors, County Auditor llleKncll, Coun
ty Clerk Kalaulaiiolalanl, and other
County und City officials will tako
their places at tlio entrance. Klrit
will come tho Congressmen and their
families, nccnmp'hnlcd by (iiivernor
Krear. Then will follow Tenltorlnl
and Federal officials. Secretary Hlv-
enliurgh will present them to tho
Mayor, who will turn them over to
(ieorgo Smithies, who will h.ivo
clinrgo of tho ushers.
Ten big tallies, each 72 feet long,
havo been placed on tho maKal rldii
of tho hotel on the beautiful lawn
uniler tho tropical tiees, which will
be dar.llng with all tolors of elec
tric lights. While the Major lias
slyly kept tho menu 11 matter of se
cret, mi that Hie surpilsa will lie nil
the more pltat-aut, tho folllwng dish
es will be nerved, nnd many utlicis:
l.lmil (Sea Moss)
Koclepnlau (Potatoes and Cocoaiiut)
Opllil (Sua Shell)
Kiilala (Cocoaiiut I'udilliig)
There will bo nccommodatfoas for
practically 11 thousand people, should
that many uimo. Two hundred and
fifty cards havo been bent out, e.icli
entitling the bearer to 0110 bring.
Kroin tho present outlook Hieio will
ho fully 800 to 1,000 guests, but tin) I
Mayor hays Hieio will bo enough fur
all, mi lie Is not worrying u lilt. In.
fuel any Imaginary feeling over tlio I
matter of Invitations lias been elluil-
nntod, nnd oiorybody will liavo a
gn"d time If Ills Honor tins to do'
with It. After tho liiati there will
bo 11 giand dance given In tho ball
S. 1-3. Lucas, tho optician, has re
moved his njru to tho Masonic linlld
lug. rornnr of Hotel nud Al.ikea, Any
11110 In need of first class lllled spec
tacle!: iihyuld call 011 him there.
1 B, R. House and Lot, Alewa S 500
2 B. R. House nnd Lot, Nuu-
anu Valley 500
2 B. R. House and Lot, Auwai
2 B. R. House and Lot, Ka pa
3 B. R. House and Let. St.
Louis School 1,125
etc., etc., etc.
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