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EVENING BULtETtN, HONOLULU, T. II , MONDAY, SEPT. fi, 1909. '' ,
Many nifty, nobby things selected by oifr Mr. Sachs in the East.
ffAlso, stnndanl "oods boui;llt at close prices so we can offer them for
jlittlc here. Goods now on display.
LADIES' CREAM SERGE SUITS ;
rwith blue and richi stripes, tluee fourths length cent nnd ornamented
lai-gc buttons. These arc the very swellcst advance styles.
NEW PRINCESS SLIPS
sin White Lawn, very prettily trimmed in lace and embroidery.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
lefflLDREN'S COATS AND JACKETS
; In Checks, Mrijics and Novelty Uoods. Very nojuy.
LADIES' RIDING SKIRTS
In Khaki and Covert Cloth.
TURKEY RED TABLE DAMASK
New patterns and Cue quality; COc psr yard.
Compminsr: Dutch Collars in lace and embroidered, embroidered Mull
Bowj, Kand Crocheted Bows. Lace and Mull Jabots. Lace Chimisettei
und the latest is the daintly embroidered Mull Ties White with
white embroidery and White with colored embroidery?
ThejBlo, Nickel Scratch Pad(for al
at the I) U'l I 1 1 n frice for five centa,
la one Inch thick, made up of two hun
dred aheete of good paper. Six for a
Ilium's e'earanco sale In now on.
Call and see Mike Patun at the En
core. 8t. Louis College will reopen on Sep
tember 7th. , '-
Got your hat cleaned nt the Leading
Hat Cleaner, 1164 Fort street, (
Mrs. Klvcnhurgti la prepared to In
struct a few pupils In planofortp, at
their 'home. AddrcES Koyal Hawaiian
At Hie meeting of the Kohala Chic
League, onWngust 18,. Mr. Wuett wni
nominated to the Superintendent of
Public WorkH to bo Inspector of
Weights and Measures lu this Dlstrct.
A communication from the KOicBlry
Department offering to supply two
doion trees for planting to each per
son making application, was referred
to the secretary, V. K. O'Hrlan, who
will receive and forward requisitions.
Mr. Author K. Stlllman was elected
.1 member of tho league. There was
a good attendance of members.
Marston Campbell nnd Hjdrogrnph
ers Lclghtou and Mendcnhall landed
nt Kawalhae. They will tracl througl:
all tho districts on this Island. Tho
principal work of Mr. Mcf.denhall, tho
expert on underground waters, will he
(lone In Kan. Thero arc grr.it springs
of water in that district, and his oh
Ject Is to determine where the water
Comes from and to what extent It can
be utilized. If bin lioies materialize,
his work will ultimately result In
opening up for agricultural purees
several thousand ncren of the best
land In the Territory. Hawaii Herald.
No Dampness. , No Bugs.
i " -t
Wc have lots of pretty new tltincs in our Drapery Denartment.
look at our Fort St. Show Windo w for winters in this line.
New designs and superior quality.
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'A very large assortment of lace curtains in all prices.
City Transfer to. D, K0
J jm. h. Love Phone I5Z
J IN FOREIGN PORTS f I T ARRIVED
Jas. He Love
i I ' j
in DINED AND FETED
COPHNHAHIIN, Sept I. Dr. Cook Is being teJjally fo.ed, Tnnlglit ,
he wns tendered n lmmtiel nt which thu foreign il fp !ti:n:i t m mid Hid of
the most distinguished men nnd women 'of Denmark weie piescnt.
After tho liniuiiict the explorer was subjected In a mcrillesa cross
examination by n score of newspaper correspondents. He retold the
story of his discovery of thu North Pole, nnd nltrlbuted his buttcec
largely to the assistance of the r'sklmos nnd to tho fnct that lie himself
adopted their mode of living
CHINA AND JAPAN
SIGN PEACE ARTICLES
PI2KIN, Scp.' -I Plenlpnteiitlarlesc nf China und Japan today
signed the agreement which they hu reached on hchnlf of their le
sicctlvc countries. The Japanese are highly pleased over thu iiutiiime
of the negotiations, while1 thu Chlueja declare thenmelvci to ho In the
position of a man coerced by siiiicaslve blows.
Six hundred students today participated lu the first competitive, ex
amination for Btudents desirous of taking college, courses In Ameilcn.
The cost of educating thu succes-ifiil uiudldntcs will tin met out of tho
money which accrued to China when thu I'nlted States remitted tho
lloxer uprising Indemnity.
N. S. SACHS' DRY GOODS CO., LTD.
Corner Fort and Bcrctania Streets. Opposite Fire Station.
Oceanic Second Degree.
Nuuanu Chapter 17th Degree.
Honolulu Commandery Reg
ular 5 p. m.
Pacific Third Degree.
Lyl Aloha Chapter No. 3 Reg.
m M'KINLEY LODGE No.8, toll.
Meoti every '.nd and 4th Saturda
irenlng at 7:30 o'clock In K. of V
Hall, cor. Port and Beretanla. Vlalt
Ing brother! cordially Invited to at
'and F. M. McOREW. C. C.
E. A. JACOBSEN. K. R. S
HAWAIIAN TRIBE, No. 1, 1. 0. E. M.
Meets every first and third Thurs
days of each, month at Knlghta ot
Pjthlas Hall. Visiting brothers cor
dially Invited to attend.
L. A. PERRY, Sachem.
E. V. TODD, C. of R.
All visiting members ot the
Order are cordially invited U
attend meetings ot local lodges
HARMONY LOME, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets every Monday evening l
1:30 In I. O. O. F Hall, Fort Street.
E. It. HENDRY, Secretary.
V. V. WICKE, N. O.
Aliyvlsltlng brothers very cordially
DAHU I0D0E, No. 1. X. of P.
Moots every first and third Frl
fiay evening at 7:30 In K. ot P. Hall,
Mrner f'oit aud Ueretanta. Visiting;
Orothera cordially Invited bo utteari.
t I.. NUGENT, C. C.
It. UOSLINO. K. n. B.
1 B. R. House and Lot, Alewa.S S00
2 B. II. House" and lot! Nuu
anu Valley 500
2 B. R. House and Lot, Auwai
2 B. R. Honse and Lot, Kapa-
lama -.... 600
3 B. R. House and Lot. St.
Louis School 1,125
etc., etc., etc.
P. E. R. Strauch
Waity Bldg. 74 S. Xing St.
FOR SALE AI ALL. B All
See IHvldend notice! Walalua Agri
cultural Co. IiViIiIb Issue,
There Is no better candy In the city
than that sold by tho Palm, on Hotel
street near Union. It Is make from
pure materials and Is always fresh.
Have lour clothes mado to your
measure by V. W. A liana Co.. tho ex
pert tailors, and enjoy tho comfortablo
feeling of knowing that inoy don t iook
School books and supplies In com
plete assortment at A, I). Arlclgh &
Co. Arlelgh will savo you monoy. liny
your school supplies there. Hotel
street near Fort.
Rlshop Trust Company has somo
very ciasiraiue opuses lor rent ami
some excellent propositions In Im
proved resldenco property for sale. Sco
ad In today's Issue;
Call at N. S. Sachs Dry Ooods Co
this morning and sec; the display of
new goods Just oicned. These goods
wero personally selected by Mr. Sachs
In thu East and aro welt worth our
There Is nothing better than fine
grained beef with a trace of fat ming
ling with tho rich, red texture. This
quality, sold chilled, not frozen. Is to
bo had from tho Metropolitan Market,
King street, telophono 45.
Havo loiir rolling dono by the new
combination steamr roller and traction
engine brought here by Honolulu Con
struction & Draylng Co. It Is greatly
in demand. Olftco Port street, opposite.
W. O. Irwin & Co. Phono 281.
Halclwa Is tho most delightful place
on this island that Is easy of access
byvtraln or other conveyance. The
meals and service at this famous hotel
compare favorably with tho best at
the seaside resorts on the mainland. .
COOK GUEST OF KINO.
COPENHAGEN, Sept ., Dr. Cook, as the guest of the King nnd
Queen of Denmark, today related the storj of IiIh adventures lu his
Cornell for the North Pole. He wsb closely questioned by their .Ma
The King has given Instructions that the closest Investigations
shall be made of the observations which Cook mudu on his trip, with
the view to cstnl llshlng the truth of tho dating explorer's claims.
Dr. Cook has decided to visit Urussels. He will then go to Paris,
where hu wllUdellvcr a lecture, after which he will lutuin to Copen
hagen, whence ho will sail for Now York.
i TWO KILLED.
PRANKKORT, K , Sept. A. Two pert-onii wero killed heie today
nnd several were wnuuded during n fierce riot which took place between
mltltlumcn andi civilians! Thu' trouble which led to thu bloodshed start
ed In a saloon. Eighteen arrests have been made.
Monday. September 6.
SAN KltANVlSl'O- Arrived Sept. 5:
i! S. Pleiades, from Knuunpill Aug,
SAN KIlANl'ISrO-Snlli'il Kept, fi:
Pacific licet fur Honolulu.
PORT TOWNHEND-AlilMMl Sept I:
Kihr (Mnnli.i, heneo Aim. X.
'THE AMERICAN-HAWAIIAN com.
ii-im'H fiolghliT .Mexican H.illcil. fm
Knnnipntl S.UimPiv night to l i'i i i.n
sugar bi'foic leluinlng to III,"1 Slates.
She will e.irtv fioiii the Island uliiu.t
IL',100 Ions of bitg.ir.
THE MIKAIIAI.A, nrilvlii'r fioni
Maul and Molnkiit ports, had 10 r)icpi
fioni Molokal much, Inil easel 'iiuic),
3 hursi'M, I go it. i!5 pigs, 07 bales hides
12 ci alert chic Kens.
THE STEAMr.lt leturnlng from
Knii.il MMloiikiy biinight 2i iie.id "f
raitlu und genoial rorgo, Sho sails
ngiln tomoiiMW ii'I-timhiii at f. oVIuelt.
THE ntEKillTElt Mlsfouil-i.i of tho
AmLilcan-lliluall.ui lino Is dm to .ir
live fioni Taeom.i next S.itunl.i; morn
ing. THU MAt'NA KEA. nnMiis Ibe
CiiimiessIon.il partj will leave for ih
islntul ports toiuoiiiiw iiihiii.
DO NOT MISS THIS
Sunday, Reiiteinliei' S.
Knur. Klnau, (Iregory, fiom Kauai
ports, a m.
Stiur. Miknhnln, Tullelt, ficun Mch
lokal aud Maul pints, u. in.
' ' " ' -
Sunday, September C.
Stmr. Mnuui ivea, l ircm.lii, inr
Kiiu.il, IU p. in. (Special Coiigivsslou
ul paily exclusion.)
P. M, S. S. Asia, (Inukrugcr, fniiu
Yokoh.iniii, it. in.
Slmr .Malum Koa, fiom Kininl. (vvllh
Ciiiigri'HsKiiinl imilj), n. m.
' P. M. S. S, Asia (lankiV'er, for San
II iiinelHi-ii, piolulily fi p. in.
I Stmr. .Manna Kui, l-Yiemaii, for Hllo
und vvnv iiurtc. Vi iiihiii.
Slmr. Klnau, tliegmy, for Kauai
pints, 6 p. in, '
Stmr. .Mlknlinl.i, Tullelt: for Molokal
nnd Maui pnils, fi p. in.
I Stmr. Nou.iii, Sachs, for Kauai potts,
fi p. in.
j DUE WCDNEaDAY.
) Stmr. W. (I. Hall, fiom Mukiiwell,
. S. S. Alameda, Ihivvdell, for S.m
l'i.iticlM'ii, 10 u. in.
Vi, liiinisiif tdtiuli. In IIiiiKititlll will
allow any Inteifc lenco vvllh his or her j !
plans tci hear the! Wlll.ei-si eouceit at,' Ktnir nnUlUlw fll) Mal 1Mlrlj;
tin- Opt'ta House limlghl. Not III jcmm , '
bus thern been such u pnigniiu pn1- ...' ' j.
Rcillcil fo'' the c'llleit.iluuicMit of n Ho-1 j
P M. H. S. riilua,
1111111 Iscii, n. III.
Stiur. .Manna l.oa
K.lll pOltM, a. III,
I'llele, fiom Sou
fiom Kiiiki und
lioliitu iiudleneo mid It vvoiilii be illlll-
cult lo rorelell the time when thu pub
lic will line an opportnnlt) to attc'id
anolher lifter tho Wllheis le.i'vq here.
Thu company will leave cm the Chin i
Inr the Orient and a farewell enncert
ulll be given on Wednesday night. On
cue iioiiciiii in eaen inii;rmii muiKiii it . IMelDc lli-et from Sail I'rnn-
win iu itiiiiiii ii L-iniiiiiiwiiii cue it Unas 4,jt( (, height crullers).
ixt ,1... iiilljlii nti.l .mtiiiulli. . Iilot.l i ..... .. . ....
iv-ii. h. m. MiEFOiiiian. rroin ssealtlo
of tho uitlsts and opposite a blank
line TJiose who nltelid Iho ronruit
are nbkeil Hi vvilte upposlto the ii-iine
of the urllst Hi.- ii iiiius or two or throo
muslc'il composltliius, or toii;s, they
would piefer to heir on Wednesday.
It Is what Is cullid on Iho uriliiland.H
"popular lequest. and tho numbers In
and Tueoinu, n. in.
CLYDE FITCH DEAD.
CHAI-O.S-SUR-MARNE, Sept. A. Clyde Pilch, tho noted plny
vvrlght, ille-!! iere today. Kllth underwent an operation for' uppcudl
cltls, from which ho failed to rally.
TAKE COOK'S WORD FOR IT.
LONDON, Sent, Ii. Most Arctic explorers nnd scientists of
world now concede Cook's dlscov?r of, thu Ninth Pole.
30,000 ARE IDLE IN FITTSBURO.
PITTSIIUIKI, Sept. fi. Tho dawn of Labor Day hem will t-va :!U,
000 Idlo workmen ns the result of strikes nnd lockouts.
EARTHQUAKE IN MEXICO.
CITY OE MEXICO, Sept. 5. A slight earthquake- shock was felt
hero today. No damage Is reported.
Made tg your measure, with Roods
and linincs to suit the climate. Not
Per rtmr Klnau, fiom Kami potts,
Sept. fi. Mis. J. Hill) Die, II. Sniytho.
('. A. Rico, Misses llrjnnt (2). Miss
most duinund will be leitdered. Tonight ;V' lM " !" Haldwln, Miss tJIiiun-
... . ... . . . Hi., !,. P Tli... ....In IF. I 1...... f 1......
Hie loiiovving win ne presenieu: ....., ..,..,......., ,. ,m,s. .i. n-r
Sonata In P Miij. (Ilrst movement) i'-mdcv, Miss Wiitate Miss Yamng.i,
for planofoite and vloloncella .. Ml'1- ' ""'be, Mrs. Zollur. Miss Hpen-
liNliiini rii'hku 'r. Mis. M. Schmidt, Mr. and Mrs.
Miss Mnigiieiltn Klzy and Mr. Herbert I '''""" ,'r- '' J" '."l"',m slr- "",l MxH
Sniiiji M.ig Sclioni din Illume. , Die
lllniien Rathsel. I.ieb ssehlien ...
M I-., ('In lies Rrniielt.
Plnuoforto Solos Viiltb Anblleo..l.hi7t
Mine. Maigucrilii Klzv4
Violoncello Solos Ciinsrtiiottn ....
, I lerh rt Victor
Scheizi Van Hocus
Mr Heihert Withers.
Songs I Attempt fi rim l.ove'a Sick
At Twilight Novln
Tlmo Wits I lloved Iho Mtmuliliis
Mr. diaries llennett.
Plnnofortf Solos Hungai Inn Ithap-
Midlo (No. 13) I.lszzt
Mine. M.ugueillo EUv.
Songs The llluo Hills or Antilin ..
Who Is S)lvl,i7 ;.... Schiiluit
Thu Link .Now leavert
Ciishlnghani. .1. Keau. Miss Hitchcock,
Mr. Schlerer, T. Onokea. C. II. Ilalley,
Mr. and Mrs. I.livlt. Ed Toiintaln. .Ino.
I'liinlli. .loo PiUM.th. .Mrs. Alnield.i.
! All Nln. 11. Wvilomr) cr, W. A Coney,
;It, Sasaki, JIlss (lllnnii, Ah Chock. W.
HI. Clair. C. S. Smylthe, J. R. Moyer,
MI'iM, Kniihunn, .Mrs. J. II. Ciiiiiinln-i
nnd childreii, I.. Wlshard O. At oyer,
JHsr laukea .Mlm 12. Wong. N. An.
licit on. M. 11. I'ennudez, Miss Koshl-
linn. Mlss llrunn. .Misses Oi-oto (3), .Mrs.
U C'liilcthn. Mis. .1. 12. Schmidt, Mls.i
I,. Delnuit, II. Kennedy, .1. Neul, Allen
'Holt, Miss llltcliceck. S. Autouu, f(.
..McmIcIios, Rev. TnUahashl and vlfo.
I Mr. Pailgelt, 12. riiuiitnlii A. Wong. II.
1'iissolh, Mis. Ituporn, Ah lvvvon.
KwtuiK I.cong, I Eraser. K, Sasaki,
Mrs. J. Nalnu, T. Sajania and vviro.
Per hlmr. Jllknhala, from Molokal
nnd Maul ports, Sept. fi, .Muster S
Tullett, Mr. and Mrs. Chns. (lay. Als
Amelia (la). Masters Lawrence, Em
est and Ronald (ln.v. Miss (lerlro.i,,
lliown Mis. Ah Chung, Mis. llattln Ah
W. W. AHANA CO., Tailor' 62 King; St.
HONOLULU LODGE 010, B. P. 0. E,
Honolulu Lodge No. 016, 11. P. O.
Elks, meets In their hall, on King I
Stieo't, ncar Kort, every Friday even-!
InR. VIsltlns Urothors are cordially
Invited to attend,
E A. DOUT1HTT, B, It. j
H. C. EAS'lON, Sec'y.
(MRS. ROSENBERG. YOUNt? HOTEL
CON0LULU AF.RIE 140, F. 0. X.
Alerts on the and and 4th WED
NESDAY evenings of each mouth at
7; SO o'clock la K.. of I'. Hall, corner
Ceretanlu and Tort streets.
Visiting Eagles are invited to l-
W. M. AIcCOY. V Prest,
H. T. MOOHI2. Secy.
gjtf- BULLETIN ADS PAY f
WAH CHONG CO.,
DRY GOODS AND TAILORING.
Everything absolutely new and
fresh from the Coast.
WAVERLEY BLK. HOTEL ST.
GEO. A. MARTIN,
Business Suits for $25.
The Weekly Edition it the Cvenlnv,
Bulletin alvea a complt'a summary o
he news of the da.
Many People JTJS
the Saloon, and the Saloon with the
ignorant an,d yjcious, and judge them
If rl P J ... ...
It is true that beer is sold in saloons.
Cards are used in gambling dens
bqt hat doesn't reflect upon your ,quiet
game, of whist in your home. ., 4, , , y
.Bpttled PIIIMQ BEER is the best
malt tonic you could take. "A glass
vyitft y(94ur mes,"
lit V-4U ..-to
The Jfteer That's JDrewed
louit Ine (Jjimale
Mr. Clmiles llennett
Vlooncelo Polo Czardas (Ilnir,'i-
rl.ni Dance) A. I'ihchcr
Mr. Ilerhert Withers.
ALEX SMITH TO BE
Alexander Smlth.Jiead Inn i of Hnkv
Inn iilnulallou hns heen selecled lo
fill the position of imiiager of Pinu
lriu, when .Innies lllhli, tho ineseiil
manager, comes to Oihu to lako t.ic
lilaco or .Manager Rons or II lulu
Smith Is an old Demciiei.i sugar
man. having heen engaged In Ihe in.
iluslry there liefcin) coming to Hawaii
llo is conslileied n very csip.ihle nei.l
Imiia. iiml will have a hit nf ej.poili.nco
to hi Ing to hear In his new- posll'im
Tho manager, lo he, has hecu al I In
knlau Tor Hinii! jears, and was fur
fconiii llini) In eli.iigu of tho ccinipaas's
lliinolilmi ht-elloii Ills iiohltlon nl Mil
lcalau will lm filled hy iimi cif Iho
piceent emplojes, who will h0 m,.
, The most delightful
t . plate for an outing;.
Ileiratlc 1'iikor ' 'r"c5. .Master Annum, Mis. Win. Am-
mi iii.ii nii.Ki, ........ ...- .
",n" '.,j iuimc, AUKS AlUnv
Aat Muster Diivnuchelto, MIsh Dii
vnuchcllo, .Miss 12. I.uthera, llev V
l.iea. Masters Hex Ilandolph mid WIN
Hum Hitchcock, C. N. Mnicnios. (!
Ahoy, II. C Wnldinn. Misses Margaret'
Alhert'i Knl.ima. Mehel, l.lxzlo Moyer
Otto aud Itrnest Meyer. '
(Spccl-il to thu Hill lot .))
WAII.UIxi;, MAUI, Sept. 3. Tho
jouiig fi lends of I2diy l.vimu ,m, r
I HuporviMir and Mrj. T, li. I.jnns, KIV
lu ilanco .it tho Town Hull I.ibI Sntiir.
Iiluj evening In IM.ijV honor. Aliout
jtlxly of I lm jciiiiik iieiinln r vvuiinbn
weio proiem nud ntint n very pleas
nun evening In dinning, l.nnliinia
Cluh riinilslioil miiido for llio occn
hlou. Ice cream was teivod at nhoiit
midnight nfler which thu guests iiti.
oil. Vc.iing I.) mm vveut to Honolulu
this v.c.a to title-id HI. I.mils Collnu.
Curios, Sibal Lcis, Calnaaslie3, etc,
Hotel, ncar fort.
SAYS HAWAII HAS BEST.
.'Continued "from Vrz- 1)
ing tho distinguished Congiussmcn
Piesent. so that nn mnv nmiin
loi ouibclves, as to any further n
(iliieslH for tliulr nsslstnnco in Con
en hu mi iiiiiKmu .tit.. i ... . .
. .... ,...,i,vln ,,,,,, IIN. lniei.
'iho next speaker, n Conies.,r ,aii
siipporled lleckley'H Mew. Ho tmld ho
was 1'lu.ucd to ho piosi lit tit tho ieel
Ing nnd heur suggestions mado hy h
foniior siieaker. lu tonclu,K 10 aM ,
that thuy hud cnnii hero lo Icaru for
henifelves what la needed and vv anted
Ify thu people heu
Tho meeting wns well nltouded if
was iimi of tho largest iiiidlencoat,M
iir ri-ntltntit.! tit A..t. n..i "H-
"v"- - tuia -,l K,
" GENEUAT Excw and Filling.
Braying- and Expressing
Wood and Coal Phone 588
G, W. McDougnll, Prop.
Vineyard St., Ewa of Nuuanu Stream.
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