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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, September 07, 1909, 3:30 EDITION, Page 3, Image 3',
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Many nifty, nobby thlncs selected by our Mr. .Sachs in the East.
Also, standard "oods bought at close prices so we can offer them for
little here. Goods now on display.
LADIES' CREAM SERGE SUITS
with blue and green stripes, three fourths length coat and ornamented
with large buttons. Thelc are the very swcllest advance styles.
NEW PRINCESS SLIPS
In White Lawn, very prettily trimmed in lace and embroidery.
CHILDREN'S COATS AND JACKETS
In Checks, Stripes and Novelty Goods. Very nobby.
LADIES' RIDING SKIRTS
In Khaki and Covert Cloth.
TURKEY RED TABLE DAMASK
New patterns and fine quality; 60o per yard.
Comprising: Dutch Collars in lace and embroidered, embroidered Mull
Bows, Hand Crocheted Bows, Lace and Mull Jabots- Lace Chimisettes
and the latest is the daintly embroidered Mull Ties White ' with
white embroidery and White with colored embroidery.
We have lots of pretty new things in. our Drapery Department. Take a
look at our Fort St, Show Window for pointers in this line.
New designs and superior quality. " 2 I.il
A very large assortment of lece curtains in all prices.
N. S. SACKS' DRY
Corner Fort and Beretania Streets.
They Have Feet
When school boys wear 0. H. Alden's shoes for boys. Made
on proper fitting lasts suitable for growing feet. Style,
strength and fit are given every consideration in these
shoes, and they are of the same grade as our Regal Shoes
for grown-ups. We handle them exclusively, Full line of
sizes at $3 and $3.60.
Boys, don't forget'to bring your worn out shoes here
to be repaired.
Regal Shoe Store
McCandless Bldg. Cor. King and Bethel.
NEW ARRIVALS EX "LURLINE"
PRICES LOWEST IN THE CITY. .
Dining chairs in sets, parlor rockers, rope portieres,
lace curtains, bureaus, dining tables, sideboards, etc.
Honolulu Wire Bed Co.,
Showrooms Corner King and Alakea.
GOODS CO., LTD.
Opposite Fire Station.
CORNER FORT AND BERETANIA.
RIOT CASE WILL
Owing to Attorney I.lglitfoot being
on u slit napping Mori's trial, net for
Hits morning, Is now relegated to the
dim distances of the criminal calendar.
Anil by the Bnmo token, the public Is
to bo treated to another doso of do
liiycd trtnl, na the case of the Territory
rgalnst Jutnn Mlkawn mid the nlnu
fellow-countrymen of his who aided
Mm In rioting at Wnlpnhu on June 8
will be called tomorrow morning.
Thin Ik (lie name case that con
Mimed go much time before Judge Hob
In on and finally ended In n hung Jury.
One of the men on Ho. Dolt's lint of Jur
ors is one who neted on n Juror In the
lot en Re before ntid ho might ngiln be
drawn to sit on tho JurjJ. It la doubt
ful whether tho counsel wftuld let him
itny there very Ions,
The Mort cane now taker Km regular
place on the calendar.
President Motl-Smlth of tho Hoard
of Health Is trying to secure a site
tullnblo for the new Girls' Homo that
In to bo constructed with funds from
the $lE,00n appropriation mado by the
last Legislature. The physicians nnd
ethers connected with the Hoard of
Health are decidedly In fnvor of the
Kalllil site, nrgulug that It would be
far better In iiolnt of convenience.
Thoso connected with the institution
would like to have the new building
located at Knlmulil.
Work on tho new general hospital at
tho Kalllil receiving stntlou for which
nn appropriation of S 10 000 was made
by the Inst Legislature will begin In
tho near future.
TAKE UP BONDS
Territorial Treasurer CoiiMIn will
rend by the next Alameda $30,000
to the Wells, Kurgo Hank. In New
York, the money to lie used In tak
ing up thirty of the four per cent
outstanding Hie claim bonds on tho
Issue or J315.000.
The Wells, Furgo IJanlc In New
York Is acting as the fiscal agent of
tho Territorial govetnment, and will
Imnillo the money necessary for the
refunding of the flro claim bonds.
All or the $30,000 worth of the
bonds that will bo taken up are held
In New York and vicinity.
lly tho terms of a deed registered
in the II urea u of Conveyances (his
morning W. O. Irwin Is now tho
owner of the Island of I.nnal. The,
trnnsfer Is from Charles Gay and'
his wife, and vests all their rights,
etc., In Mr. Irwin. Tho considera
tion wus only ono dollar, and the
small sum wns tho result of tho
heavy mortgages which Mr. Irwin
held nn the Island,
IN FOREIGN FORTS
Tuesday, September 7.
PORT SAN LUIS Sailed Sept. 4:
S. S. Santa Mnrln. for Hnnnlnin
POUT TOVNSEN!-Arrlvcd Sept. 4:
senr. .Manila, hence Aug.Ji.
SAN KJUNCISCO Arrived Sept. 5:
S. 8. Pleiades, from Kmuiapall, Aug.
SAN FUANCISCO Sailed S,cpt. 5:
U. S. Purine Kleot, for Honolulu. ,
SAN KIUNCIBCO Sailed Sept. 7:
U. S. N. T. Logan, fdr Honolulu.
SYDNI3Y Arrived Sept. 0:
S. S. Mnrnma, henco Aug. 21.
Bulletin Business Office Phone 256.
Bulletin Editorial Boom Phone 185.
Baseball Preliminary t
ASAHI VS. 0. A. C. JR'S.
Game Starts at 1:30 P. M.
Grandstand ' 50o
Tickets on sale at Wall, Nichols
Co., King St.
HONOLULU, T. II., TUESDAY, SEPT. 7, 1900.
WHAT AWAITS "EM ON HAWAII.
(Continued from Pice 1)
morning of Wednesday, Sept. 8, where
about fifteen members of the party
will loavo the boat to go to Kohala.
Tho steamer will then proceed to Ka-
wnlhao and to Nnpoopoo, where the
rest of tho party wilt go ashore. This
will be at about' 6 n. III., nnd the party
will bo met by rteprebeiitalUo Kawe-
wehl nnd the rest of the members of
tho Kona reception committee. The
Congressmen will bo decorated with
tela by a committee of ladles, nnd will
bo taken In automobiles and carriages
to Kallui, where they will board the
.Manna Ken at U a. in. The steamer
will then go to l.atipahoelioe nnd Ililo,
arriving between S nnd 0 p. in,
"Tho party will bo met on the wharf
by tho reception committee and will
bo decorated with lels by a commit
leo of Indies consisting of the follow
ing members: Mrs. C. K. Mngulrc,
chairman; Misses Kmlly Kwnllko, Hm
ma Akaimi, l.llliiol llap.U, llattlo Ha
pal, Kuulel Hap.il, Amy Williams, Ml);
Williams, Mercv Akau, IMna Akau
Ocitrudo Wlllfong, Kllzalicth Desha.
Annlo Knl, Mary Nalllma, Amoy Ah
Hln, Josephine Kalhenul, Alice llattlc
and Hiiby Pua.
"From tho wharf Hie parly will bo
taken strnlght .to the Volcano House,
going to Olenwood. In a special train,
and being tnken tho rest of tlni way
In nutos. In tho mean tlmo tho part
of the party which lands In Kohala
will leave. Kohala WedncBilny nt 2 p.
m., nnd will he tnken In automobiles
as far as Kukulhnclc, licrc they will
be received by tho Hnmakua recoii
tlon commlttco under Senator Make
kail. They will spend tho night nt
Kukuthaclo, and will leave tho follow
ing morning (Thursday), going
through tho Ahunloa homesteads, nnd
visiting other' points of Interest In the
Hnmakua district. The party will
tnkj luncheon at Laiipahochoe, and
will nrrlvo Thursday afternoon nt
Hllo. Thoy will not bo given any
special receptlbn In Hllo, as they will
havo been given enough of that sort
of u thing In Kohala nnd In Hnmakua
but will go direct to tho Volcano
House, whore Uiey will Join tho rest
of the party, i
The trip br$Unltcil States District
Attorney lt.-, llrcckoiis nnd Unit
ed States Marshall to Hawaii on tho
Manna Ken this noon starts the ball
rolling for the October tcim of the
Federal Court; They have ubout
forty papers to serve, subpoenas, for
witnesses tor come before the grand
Jury, the vast amount of work that
Is before them for the next tcim re
quiring tho early start In prepara
tions. Bulletin Business Office Phone 258
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 185.
KAUAI ROYAL HOST. ' ,-
(Continued from Paze 1)
tho House Commlttco on Agricul
ture, wns the spokesman of tho del
egation on this occasion, and lie
voiced tho sentiments of tho surpris
ed lawmakers In no uncertain wny.
Tho well thought out plnns of n
carefully considered Itinerary wcro
evident throughout tho trip to
Knunl. Fiom the time that tho
Inst strains of "Dixie" were carried
from the band to the dqpnrtng
Mnuna Ken Sunday night until the
party reahed Nnnwlllwlll at duwn
nothing occurred to mar tho enjoy
ment of the Congressmen nnd their
Tho trip from Honolulu to Nawl
llwlll was characterized by a smooth
nnd placid ten that seemed to nppio
clnto that It would 'put Neptune In
n bnd light to misbehave with the
Congressmen and their families In
At Nnwlllwlll tho first reception
of the party occurred. When tho
first boat went ashore tho first nlo
h.i wns said by tho members of hto
Knual reception commlttco. Among
thoso present on the wharf wcro J.
H. Conoy, Charles 8. Dole and Sher
iff William nice, nnd each member
of tho party was cordially welcomed
to Kauul nnd ctxortcd to tho auto
mobiles that were waiting to tnke
them oveilnnd to llnnnlel. Utile
tlmo wns lost In making n stnrt, and
soon nil tho scenic bcnutlcs of tho
Garden Island wero spiead before
the gaze of tho Congressmen and
their families. The early start of
tho overland Journey to Hanolel
gave tho pnrty tho benefit of seeing
tho beautiful vnlloy of llnnnlel tint
ed In tho changing sjmphnnles of
lundscnpo colors that accompany thu
rltlng of tho sun. It wns a sight
that brought continual words of as
tonishment nnd nppicclntion from
tho vlsltois, and they compared tho
hills "and mountains of Kauai with
tho hills and mountains of their
homeland, much and always to tho
detraction of tho latter.
After disembarking tho Congres
sional party, tho Maunn Kea con
tinued on tho way to llnnnlel with
about fifteen who did not enro to
make the overland Journey. Tho
wenther conditions continued pleus
unt nnd tho water trip was a thor
oughly enjnjnhle ono.
At Llliuo tho aiftouiobllei stopped
to alio wtho Congressmen to nttend
to tho wnnts of tho Inner man, n
light brenkfnst nnd a Inige vurloty
uf fruits being furnished.
Speak nt Hatinlci.
It wns ul llnnnlel that the first
speech making of the day occuired
When the party arrived It found all
tho citizens fiom .the country sur
tomidlng giitheicd to see und hear
the men from Washington, and they '
were Mint to be disappointed. Con-1
glessliun Padgett of Tennessee und'
Congressninn Dawson of lown were,
selected to cxpiess to tho good poo-1
pie of llnualcl the feelings nnd nt-
tltude of the Congiesslonal delega
tion toward the people of Hawaii, i
Prince Kuhlo acted ns Interpreter'
to tin first foimal words that ciimo
from, tho Congressmen to the cltl-j
zens of Knual.
"We wish to thunlc you for Ibis
mark of Interest nnd hospitality
Hint you have shown us," said Cnn
gicssmnn Padgett. "Wo have only,
been on your Island n fow hours, but
tho very atmosphere seems to con-!
tain that spirit of greeting Hint wo
havo met on every hand. The ciy'
name of jour home llnnnlel -'
seems to carry with It In n be.iutl-i
fill wny that predominant and nl-,
most iindcnnnblo spirit of kindness
that we Iinvo found nmnng tho peo
ple of lluwitll. Our appreciation Is
sincere, nnd when Hawaii needs
friends nt Washington jou may bo
suro that jou will find tho mem
bers of thh delegation in the first
rnnk of those thut would ghc )ou
Congressman Padgett's remarks
weio heartily applauded. Prince Ku
hlo entering into tho Interpretation
In a niannor that Indicated that
Congressman Padgett's words did
not lose any of their eloquence In
the operntlon. After Congressman
Dawson had made n brief nddress In
the same stialn, good-byes weiu said
and tho Congressmen ugaln embark
ed on the Mnuna Ken, tho next
iwlnt of destination In the Itinerary
hclrfg Wnliuca, nnd then Hint nevcr-lo-be-forgotlen
luau ut tho home of
Mr. and Mrs. Charles any.
There was no lack of cordial re
ception nt Wulmeii. There wns n
slight drlzzlu, but It would hnve re
quired a hairy rain to dampen tho
nrdor or alter the plans of 'that
Wnlmea rocuptlon commlMoo. ' As
toon ns the Congressmen tonil their
families landxl they wcro garland
ed with lel(by n bevy of .pretty
girls, and wero then escorted ncross
the wharf to tho freight house
where the formal welcome on behalf
of the citizens of Wnlmea and
Knunl. In general wore spoken by
"Wo nppreclnto this opportunity
of meeting you," srtld Sholilon. "nnd
wo feel that our visit wlil be n
profit to us both to ou because It
will give you n true Insight Into
tho conditions nnd pioblcms of life
In Hawaii, and ) us because It gives
us tho opportunity of seeing our
problems through jour eyes. I greet
you In behulf of tho people of
Mr Gay, Senator Krlc Kniidsen.
ClinrluiS Hlce nnd tho other mem
bers of tho Knunl reception commit
tee wcro nil present and looked out
for the comfort of the visitors.
Congressman Prlnse expressed the
kindly feelings of sentfment that
Congress born toward tho Territory
of Hawaii and tho deslro that the
personnel of tho delegation had to
nsslst the prosperity nnd iidvnmc
ment of tho Tcriltory In every pos
Tho speech-making concluded,
preparutjons were Immediately be
gun for tho transportation of tho
pnrty to Mr. Day's liomo. All the
available automobiles und rigs wero
pressed Into service for tho carrying
of the members of tho party to the
Gay homo. Tho elements were kind
nnd the rain ceased at tho physlco
logical moment, and during tho re
mainder of tho dny tjicro wns not
even n suggestion of anything that
threatened to mur tho enjoyment or
the visiting lawmakers and their
A Fairy Setting.
Tho reception nnd limit nt tho
Gay's wns upon n scale commensu
rate with Kauai's liospltallty. Noth
ing wns neglected that would tend
d tho convenience of tho cuests.
und they were made to feol ut homo
and enjoy .themselves
during tho nil too brief hours of
Mrs. Guy was assisted In receiving
the guests My Mrs. Kl'ston and Miss
Hurt, tho guests being welcomed
first ns they alighted fiom tho nil
tomoMles and carriages by Mr.
Two long tables weio used to seat
tho guests of the day, Mrs. Guy .oc
cupied a seat ut the head of one
tuble, and Mr. Gay was at tho head
of the other, The tallies were
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ih.ih.-ii miner nn in nor, and n band emphasis anil, muunliig. and . Ills
i'lnjed Hawaiian miitlc. woids weio licjitjlly npplandcd by
Congiessman llaitholdt, chairman ' tlmse who henid them. A bmss
of tho Congressional delegation, , hand wus pieseiit and plajed thu im
voiced tho sontlnients of tho delight-1 tlonul nlr uud Hawaiian melodies
ed visitors when ho thanked Mr.lwlillo tho puityw.is picscnt, nnd
nnd Mrs. Gay for their geneious the heurty cliceis of tho chlldicn
Hospitality. followed tho last automobllo as it
'This beautiful sceno will over 'sped on Its way toward Kolon, wheio
linger In our memories." said tho In shoit sinn w ,,,,,, i ti. .
Cpiigiesfcinan. "It Is characteristic (hlnes then bcutlered with their m
of jour beautiful land nnd typifies rupaiils going to tho homes of tho
tho Hawaiian spli It that wo havo all Knual people who wcro to bo tho
como lo know-und love during oiirhosta of tho evening,
biief visit with jou. vwe mo glad Coney Royal Host.
(to fee that Hie American spirit of) ..jJH, Coney, ,w;n tho. dinner host
piogiess nnd lovo of country r on; to PjIiicq Kiililo, Congressmen
nrcompanlment to jour pride In thd TIioiiiiib rnnd Itudcnherg imil Major
nuirvolous nclilerementH that havo Tcni, Otheis present wcru Miss
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Guaranteed under the
Exact Copy of Wrapper.
chnrncterlzed tho pcoplo of theso Is,- I.evey, Mr. Crawford nnd P. 11, ll.ut
lands. The name of Gay will over lett. politics wus tabu, and the cu
be rcmcmbcicd by tho members of nlng pamed .-ll too quickly with tho
l.l.a vuithl i f-oUiltl( ,i;ivh,lliuil "B
synonmous with tho best ami most
pleasing of Hawaii's hospitality."
1 1. I U f-, ilim-nujl..l...l .lnlnn...l. u'
The members of tho mirtv'llncercit
on longer lh.it tho schedule ul-lng for the wants of tho guests, und
lowed, thu charm ot tho tceno nm! Ud It nil in n cliiirncterlstlc. mnii
thu lather long ride In thu early ' "er that Is remembered by nil wli.i
moiiillig nil coiiililiilng to iiiuke Iinvo bud the good fortune to bo eli
them wuut to remain until tho last tnrtnlncil by Hie good people of
possible minute. Dually, however, Kauai.
the automobllo occupied by (lover-1 Congressman Tnninas, who repre
nor Krear und Mrs. l-'renr led ' the 'fnts tho Ohio district that elected
vnn. und the next stop was ut Kloo- President Gnilleld, declared that ho-Iq.-
vyhcre W. A. Ktunuy vyus i resent- lid not want to leave Kauai, and
ed to Congressman Mel Sicilian of """' wc'f uiidoiihtedly more fha-.i
tho Itlvcrs und Haiboru Committee., ""e who had tho same sort of n feel
Mr. Kinney gave his views on the ,";' u"t perhaps with less rc.iso.i
advantages thut would be gained "''" '"'l the gentleman from Ohio,
by u Federal harbor at Kleclo with T,1 Congrcanloiial party wns
Hie necessary breakwater. Cou- "hedulod to sail friun Nnwlllwlll nt
gressmaii Mclichhiii listened care
fully to Mr. Kinney's statement
uud agreed with many of tho con
clusions as to tho benefits thut would
follow to tho Government lands In
the vicinity If ii good harbor wus
(onstiueteil there. Mr. Kinney
tinted that Mcllrjde plantation wns
getting nlong us It was without
much dllllcultj', hut that tho con
struction of u harbor would lead to
nn Ineiensc In tonnage in tho future
and bo of matcihil utsUtauco In the
development of Knunl.
From Hlcele landing the party
went to the homesteads, whero the
entire Portuguese tottlenient ' was
out to welcome tho visiting lawmak
ers. Them weie cocoanuls und
pineapples for nil who wished them,
nnd tho members of Hie pnrty took
tho oppnitiinlty of leficthliiglieiii
telvos nfter tho rather dusty trip
Hiroj of Future.
Congressman Scott's remarks wcro
mado lii hinguago Hint rung with
encouragement for tho "small man"
.who makeH Ill's living fiom tho soil,
and, standing upon a chair in thu
center of tho rund, he pointed to
the evidence before him of tho sue
less of the small farmer Ideas as be
lieved In by Its warmest adherents.
"This Is tho most encouraging
Sign that I luno nut with since com
ing lo tho Territory," said Congress
mil u Scott. "Here we see what ran
jlo done by tho small glower. Taken
in conjunction with the piescnce
hero of thoso happy children wlUi
tho flags of their country In their
hands. .It menus Hint the solution or
th futuro has been found and Hint
tho policy thut Is poisued iieio and
In other sections can provide homes
and nt tho same time ho profitable.
It Is u cheeilng sight, und ono Hint
goes dliectly to tho heart of the
leuson that brought us heio on u
Congiossmiui Scott spoki with
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For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have
Congressmen and other guests en
joying thoroiigly the hospitality of
their accomplished host. Mm.
. Coney insisted her husband In ear-
Id o'clock, nnd the necessity of ul'
tending u reception ut the town hall
mado early starts necessary. At
the hall a speech was made by Con
giosmnn Padgett of Tennessee, lie
reiterated the sentiments of friend
hip and appreciation that' havu
been expiessed by the members wf
tho Congressional party since corn
lug lo tho Tcriltorj-.
The farewells wero then spoken
to the friends of tho day, nnd the
members or the party were taken to
ho Nnwlllwlll whnrf and then
boarded tho Mnuna Kea for tho trip
luck lo Honolulu, urrltig shortly
nfter n oMock this morning.
Credit Is due to nil those who had
a hand In the arrangements for tho
Knual trip, tho brunt of the work
fnlllng on the shoulders of Chler
Clerk It. O. MuthoMiu of the Gover
Congressninn llarthold's eloquent
summary of his feeling toward the
Gnidcn island lu saying that "tho
memory or Knunl will ever bo with
us. u pulsing Imago In our heart."
1j simply a icllocjlrtn f tho senti
ment or nil those 'ho ncconipanled
tho party, whether Congressmen or
Tim members or the puly wero:
Dolegato Knlnulniinnlo, .Mayor Forn,
Hon. A. I). Castro, Hon. W. O. Smith'
I). !-. Conkllng, W. I,. Stanley. A. O,
M. lioborlsnu. A. Gnrtley and wlto.
Hon C. A. rtlco. General Sopor. John
i-.i.iuieiiiiii. r. ii. ivtrlo, II. o. Mnthe.
Mm, A. P. Taylor. Geo, Heiishnll, P It '
Ihirtlett. J. A Williams. Julius Asch.
Ilevn Doverlll, Mlta Duverlll, Mrs. W.
It. Wheeler, Hon. C. I. Scott 'nnd wire!
Hon.,11. O. Young nnd wife, Hon J M
Miller. Hon. W. It. i:i,, Hon. J Mc!
I.nrhl.m. ,, A, r. Uhwwii, nnd wire.
Hon. Georgo W. Prlnco, wHo and thrco
on. Hon. James W. Good uud wUo
Hon. W. A. Heeler, Ho. ! l.vpailB..(
Hon A. j. iiarchfehl. wlfo and daiigh!
H-r. Hon. II. O. Humphreys, LMwnrd 13
Miller. Hon. II, A, Thomas, Hon. W a'
liimcniiors, lion, nichnrd Ihirtholdt
lion. A. .1. Watklus. C. s. Theall. Horn
. l.lilns. Hon. k. s, Candler. Jr.. Hon.
W. C. Ilonstoii, Itov. S. K Detha.
On ucciunt of iho luiluting which
was dtiiio yesterdny on tho stairway
of tho city Hull, tho mooting or tho
Health Commlltci. scheduled last night
to consider renturos of tho-mllk ordl
nancw, was postponed. U. M. Watson,
tho nttorney who. was to present tho
protest or tho dairymen, was present,
as wnB Supervisor Duiilol Logan and
it row.dnliiiuen, but' on account or tho
fiesh paint and barricade to the steps,
mi iidjoiirument was In oidor.
Bulletin BusincM Office Phone 253.
Bulletin Editorial Boom Phone 185.
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