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BVENINQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU. T. II., TUESDAY, MAY, 31, 1010., , .
Big Cuts In Fancy Silks and Silk
SALE BEGINS WEDNESDAY MOItNINQ, JUNE 1ST .
SHEPHERD CHECK 19 inches wide; Brown and
While; 90c, a yard. Sale price 60c. a yard
DRESS PATTERNS In Brown, Navv, Champagne,
Green and Grey; 10 inches wide; 10 yards to pat
tern; $1 a yard. Sale pric 80c. a yard
SATIN FOULARD 24 inches wide; Navy with White
Dot. White with Black Dot; $1 a yard. Sale
price ,..G5c. a yard
STRIPED MESSALINE 27 inches wide; Lavender and
Grey; $1.25 a yard. Sale price 05c. a yard
' STRIPED MESSALINE 27 inches wide; Brown and
Navy; $1.50 a yard. Sale price $1.20 a yard
BROCADE 24 inches wide f Navy and Plum; $2 a
yard. Sale price $1.60 a yard
SHEPHERD CHECK FOULARD 10 inches wide; Navy
and White; $1.25 a yard. Sale price 05c. a yard
LAVENDER SATIN FOULARD 22 inches wide;
$1.25 a yard. Sale price 75c. a yard
SATIN FOULARDS AND MESSALINE DRESS PAT
TERNS Brown, Navy, Grey, Green, Lavender,
Old Rose; $1.25 a yard. Sale price $1 a yard
OF SjQIJJH AFRICA
CAPETOWN, South Africa. May 3b. Units liollia, once commander-in-chief
of the forces of the HOfrs.'tln, the South African War, and
since l'remler of the Transvaal, tbinj- jbdfame: the Premier of the now-ly-forinod
South African Confederacy, Which ilrcludes ttio Transvaal, tho
former OrnnRO Free State, Nntnl, Unsutolnnd and Cape Colony.
In addition to tho Premiership, (Icnernl llotlia hns taken over tho
portfolio of Minister of Agriculture of tho new dominion.
SACHS' DRY GOODS CO.
Corner Fort and Bcretania Streets Opposite Fire Station
THE GRAB0WSKY TRUCK
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1, 1 1-2, 2 or 3 Ton Truck .
HONOLULU roWERWAGON CO., Agts.
Office and Garage South Street, Near King
W. M. MINION, Manager
Ucncral Uotha led among the A frlkanders In tho notation for a
united South Africa, using his Influonce among the ,llocrs to bring them
Into agreement with the Kngllsli residents In the scheme of coalition.
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ARRESTED FOR "ALMA KELLNER" CRIME.
LOUlsytLLK, Ky., May 30. After tho discovery of tho body of
Itttlo Alma Kellner by tho police, Lena Wcndllng, the wife of' the school
Janitor, -was arrested as nn accessory to tho murder, which the police
believe was committed by her husband. A ring which had belonged
to tho llttlo girl was found by tho police In tho woman s trunk.
Tho siispeled Janitor, who Is a deserter from the French army, lias
been missing- from tho city slncn January It.
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BIO MONEY FOR AVIATION MEET.
NEW YOHK, May 30. A movement has been started to raise a
purse of $2.", 000 to bo offered as a prlxo for -the winner of an aero,
plana raco from here to Chicago. Tho successful flight made by Olen
Curtlss from Albany to New York has aroused considerable enthusi
asm, and tho prospects of a longer flight are the result.
C0RBETT WILL TRAIN JEFFRIES.
IIKN LOMOND, Cal., May 30. Jim Corhctt, tho one-time heavy
weight champion, has arrived here to assist In training Jeffries for his
coming bnltlo In defensa of the championship against Jack Johnson.
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SHARP SHOCK IN MEXICO CITY.
MKXICO CITY, May 30. A shnrp cnrlhquuko shock, lasting for a
minute and a half, created a short Period of terror here today, although
no damage. w.is done.
reproductions of the old masters artistically colored.
The subjects are the best exhibited in the "alleries of'Lon
don, Paris and Versailles. The prices afe moderate.
YE ARTS & CRAFTS SHOP, Fort below King
i Frances Morrison, Manager
jj RECREATIONS I
"THE SUFFRAGETTE'S HUS
BAND" The sketch which tho popular co
medians Mayo and Howo, who are
playing a very successful engage
ment at the Novelty Theater, will
present this evening. Is one of those
ridiculously funny satires on the
woman a suffinge question, which Is
at present being ngltated all over-
All wotueir who nre Interested In
the question, "Should women be al
lowed a'to vote!" ought to see this
funnyfarco, and should also bring
their husbdnds, as 'there Is a strong
moral shown In the llttlo play, work
ed out In a most humorous manner,
n good lesson for both wives una hus
bands, and acted by these clever ar
tists In their best comedy method.
Mcdrath ft Page, the musicians,
hre making n big hit with their
Tho manager of tho Novelty Theat
er recclveif by tho steamer a special
film, novor befor shown here, at tho
cost of 1100, which ho will put on tho
screen tonight In addition to tho "Suf
OPEN ALL YEAR
The Scenic Attraction of California
A valley of great beauty and grandeur, unique in its
assemblancc of sheer-walls of prcat height, imposing peaks,
and, tho number of its stupendous waterfalls. '
Now Reached by Rail A Quick,
Comfortable Trip .
Daily train service from Merced to the. Talk Line, con
nects at Merced with Southern PaciQc and Santa Fe,
0. W. LEHMER. Traffln Mannecr. Y. V. R R-. Merred. Cal.
FOR THE FACE DOES NOT FOLLOW SHAYING UNLESS
A GOOD S0AF IS USED. JOHNSON'S SHAVING CREAM
LEAVES THE FACE SOFT AND FREE FROM SMART
ASK FOR A FREE SAMPLE
Benson, Smith fc Co.
HOTEL AND FORT STREETS
MRS. E; II. HARRIMAN
WILL VISIT HAWAII
It Is Just pnsslblo that Honolulu
may bo honored with n visit by
Charles Cury ltumsey and his bride
(neo Mary llarriman) In the near
It is understood that Mrs. K. II.
linrrlman .wiu'pay these Islands n
visit and It Is thought that the newly-married
couple will como here for
n short stay, i.
This will not be tho first visit or
Mrs. Harrlmunto llawnll. She was
here with her -husband for a brief
call during the stay of tho Siberia
in port In 1000, when the Harrlinai.
party was. on Its -way to the Orlen.
The fortuoei.or.-Mrs. Jlarrlumu is
estimated nt SIOD.000,000,
The last mall from the Coast
brought' the news that 'Mrs. Harrl.
man would spend a part of the Bum
mer In these Islands.
Rose and ilnss will soon terminate
their engagement at the Kmplre The.
atcr. This tenm Is endowed with
good voice, bnt It Is regretted that
during their brief HcaBon ut the
Hotel street playhouse, the )oung
people have not put on a few of
their musical sketches, which, It Is
said, they featured to considerable
extent previous to their arrival in
Miss Viva McNeill, possessing a
pretty face a lid llgure, Is doing a
very acceptable bong and dance turn
at this plnyhuuse. Manugcr Over
em! expects to land a vaudeville
turn within a few days thut gives
promise to eel Ipso anything present
ed nt tho theater In somo months.
The vaudeville features, ut tho Em
plro are promised to he far above
the ordinary, the management hav
ing connected with u prominent
Coast booking agency which will
supply talent as required.
THE CHORUS LADY
At the Opera House last night thn
Mcltae Stock Company presented
"The Chorus Lady" to n fair-sized
audience, which, although small,
was far from unapprcclatlva of tho
work douo'hy both Miss Oswald and
The story of the Uvea of those on
the stage was ably portrayed In this
presentation last evening, there be
ing but two parts Patricia O'llrlon,
the chorus lady, taken by Miss Os
wad, and Nora, her sister, which
was given by Miss Hudson. The
others on tho stago wnro merely
helpers to these two principal fig
ures. The Mcltae company leaves for
Hllo today and will be absent from
Honolulu until a week from Satur
day, at which time (hoy will open
n mumiuo uuu uvvmuik i'uriuiiiimi'--j
of "The Chorus 1-ady." to bo follow
ed the first of the next week by "The
$1 a Year
PERRY DAVIS' PAINKILLER
should be taken without delay when
sore chest and tickling throat warn
you that nn annoying rold threatens.
At all druggists in 2Ce, 3Se and f0e
The following letter was receive!)
yesterday by Oeo. W. Do Long Post
No. hb, a. a. it.:
Oeo. V. De Long Post No. 1G, O. A
It., Honolulu, Hawaii.
Gentlemen: My grandfather, Kd
wurd It, Ilrcckons, was a soldier In
the Civil War. Were he alive now
ho would bo a member of jour or
ganization, about which no tunny
glorious memories cfyng.
We can not decorate his grnvo to.
(lay, his renting place Is so far dis
tant. Hut wo my uncle, W. (I.
Ureckons; my father, ,n. V. Ilreck
ons, and myself send you a few
(lowers with the rcquost that tnoy
lie placed on tho gruvo of some do
fender of tho Union. Itespect fully.
KVELYN A. 1IHKCK0N3.
Honolulu, Hawaii, May 3D, 10 It!.
WA1LUKU. Maul. May 27. Tho
members of the Kanhumanu Christian
Endeavor Society will glvo a concert
and danco at tho Wnlluku Town Hall
on tho evening of Juno 11th, Kumchu-
menu Day, and tho event promises in
bo u successful ono. Among tho so-
Joints are the following ladles and
gentlemen of Walluku:: Vocal boIos
by Mrs. Magrgarut It. Field, Ilcv. Can
on Win. Ault and Inspector of Schools
Chas. E. King) piano nolos by Mrs.
Ilosallo Lyons, Miss Mary Hoffmann,
and banjo hoIo by Mr. Jack Rivers of
Now York City. A violin solo by John
Drown Jr. of Walluku, who has nl
ready captivated Walluku audiences
with his beautiful playing, will bo ono
of the foatiiros. Tho Watwalolu boys
will render a musical selection on var
ious Instruments. Four different quar
tctH for both malo and fomulo voices
aro hard at work rehearsing for that
night. The Mlssca Carrie and Eva
Scholtz and others will sing In quar
tets. It Is conceded that the concert
will bo ono of tho fow in which many
of tho best talent In Walluku hns ben
assembled. Mrs. Louisa Hart will ho
uccompanlst for Romo (if tho sololsta
Dancing will follow tho concert, ami
all for fifty conts.
Jofh Tucker returned from the Ka
paa district two days ago where ho
hud gone In connection with tho sulo
of tho homestead lots. On account of
the signing of the land bill by Presi
dent Taft the salo could not take placo
nud no Tucker was rivalled hoforo nuy
pairs had been made.
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specializing this season for
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TO DATE ITEMS
WAIMEA, Hawaii, May :. Mr.
Alva Scott ,and party returned from
Kohala In their auto uniMcft for Hllo
by way of Honokna. A short way
out of Wntmca they struck one of
thfise awful mud holes, luckily ono of
the Walmca cowboys happened nlnng
and helped them out. The cowboy ro
ports that when he met Mr. Scott ho
looked spick and spun In white, but
after the auto was pulled out of thn
mud ho loft him with it mud colored
Mr. Ondeman, of Jluckfcid & Co.,
arrived from Honokua Sunday, uud
left for Kohuln Monday,
Mr, Ilargo, of the ton Hamm-Ynmig
Co., andMr. James Lynch, nulved
from Kohala In un iiulo and left for
Hllo Monday morning via Komi nnd
Kau. They wercwlso; preferred dust
holes to mud holes. ,
Akona'B Hotel registered flvo drum.
inerH Sunday c cuing who blew In
from nit parts.
Mr. Otto Hose or Hllo Is with- his
sinter, Mm. William Lindsay. He Is
over to do somn plumbing for tho Par
kor ranch which will kbop him hen
about a month,
.Mrs. II, Alsoun returned 'Hund'i.v
from her visit to Kawnlnhue,
Mr, and Mrs. D. It, Davis of Man'
arrived Wednesday by tho Manna kqn
on their way around tho Island. Thet
wanted to make tho till) In Ilenr
Heckle) 'h auto, but ax Mr. Hockley k
ousy jusi now wiui inn ruiisus nugi
ncss ho was unable o tako them, muc'i
to their regret.
Mr. H, L. Holstein also pnstc'
through un his way In Konji.
Mr, Dan McCorrlston nrrlvod I'rldat
evening nt tho Akona's Hotel and left
on Sunday for Honokuu.
Mr. J. Jorgcnson, chief engineer
tho Hamnkua Ditch, nrovu up from
Kukulhuelu Saturday and returned
Miss Eliza Hell of Kawalhao piH
Walmea a vhort visit, returning Sun
John C. Searlo Jr. ha returned to
Pauku for a short visit.
Tho Hiimuula shcop station lmr
commenced Its' annual shearing. Tho
station, managed by Sum Parkor Jr.
situated on tho eastern slopes of Man
na Kea, nt on,elovntlon of 7000 feet, if
tho largest shccli station In tho Isl
iindH. I( ream n liord of about 3,nu('
to 35,0(111 sheep, besides bieedlnir
horses and largo mules.
8hcarlngNls done by tho most up-to
date methods; that Ik by machtiicn
which was limtnllod a fuw years ago.
The avcrago number xhorn during the
day Is about 1500 to 1800 head, the
season lasting from three, to four
weeks. Tho wool crp which Is very
lurge. classes with tho besta In the
Mr. Peter Arfnle, contractor of tho
Kcnumoku, Kontt, toad, Is vfry' busy
hauling material for thu road before
commencing work. Tho nck cnndier.
was hauled out to the camp about tno
week ago, Midget. .
EOOD TO ORDER
There will shortly bo enacted n
new order of things In army circles,
which will supersede a lot of old
established customs. Among them
will bo tho abolishing of tho serv.
Ing out of rations to the soldiers.
This does not mean that the soldlera
aro not to hnvo anything mora to
rat, but Instead of rations Its equlv
rtlnnt will ho Issued in inoiiuy to the
boys in Khaki Indirectly, Inasmuch
as each company will draw tlio ra
tion money In a pile nnd rations for
tho company will bo purchased with
It. In this manner It Is thought
that the boys run have a voice In
what they want to eat, and It can
Heretofore largo quantities of cor
tnlu lilnda of fooil wcro Issued whl:h
did not ceem to tlcklo the palate ot
some at thn mess, but It had to be
enlen with other things furnished
iTndcr (ho new arrangement tho un
desirable food can bo (oft nut of the
bill of fare nnd Its cost spent In
lomcthliig utuo nun e to their liking.
Tho steamer Klunu, Milling for
Knual ports tills evening, will curry"
a number of cabin passengers. Among
llinso iHKikcd am J. W, Cathcart. A.
II ltlc3, II W, Kimball and K. M
KOHALA Hawaii, May 2(1. Mr.
Pactow entertained ut an Informal mu
sical on Wednesday evening, In honor
of Mrs. llcolip, and Mr. nnd Mrs. Leon
ard Orecnwell. Mrs. Hcebo'H sing
ing was excellent and was great))' .ip-'
predated. After the muslp un rial)
orate supper wax served. Hesldea th
three gutsts of honor thero were Mr.
nnd Miss Hall, Mr, and Mrs. Tulloch
Mr, and Mrs, Kenton Hind nnd Mlsi
Miss Dlcknell nnd MIsh HndgcrM
spent tho week-end with Mr... John
Tho Seminary teachers gnvo a most
enjoyable "at homu'' on Friday after
noon. Many took opportunity ro.call
as this won the lust "nt homo" to bo
held at tho Seminar' this season;
Mrs. flunn remained In Honolulu x X
cry. Sho is ,rxted homo on Wqil
nosdny. 'vife '
,. -...I ,Hd-)fI...u III... I nn.l 4t.tn
I'M. mm .iia, niii.-v 11.1, niui .ui .1
two ilaugiiicrs, bvn and Maun, nr
coming to tho Islands to HM-nd their
summer vacation. They will arrive nt
Puuwauwna about tho first of Juno
and lator como to Kohala.
The MIhhch Margaret nnd Mona Hind
nro returning from Miss Head's
school In llerkeley, for u Hummer va.
cation. They will como with Mr.
Mr, i' I'd Mih Clrcenwell and IrR.
Ileeba left for Honolulu Inst Friday,
inurti to tho regret of their innny'
friends In Knbala. They will remain In
Honolulu about n week before leaving'
for Ban Francisco.
A Jolly party of oung peoplo gotten
up by Miss Clark took n tniMinllghtj
rldeto Nlulll last Saturday ovenlng.
After supper at Mrs. Illchmond s, n
number enjoyed a ride to Polou, ti?
seo If our loct had exaggerated. Thoy
declHred It more beautiful by moon'
With Mrs. NETTIE HARRISON'S 4-DAY HAI
COLOR. It Is ths onlv nllrstly succtisful and
sttlilictory pnpiritlon (or ths purpou.
Slmpli Harmlm Crtln. Sold for 20 viirt,
recommindid and uud with titltUcllon by
Ihouitnds. Contilni no letd. sulphur or othor
hirmlul Ingndlint. II "dyts" and "mtortrs"
hivi dliippolntid you, try thlt. It novor Ulls.
(1.00. At ill (Irtt-cltts drugglits ind
HENS0N, BM1TH & CO.
Foit and Hotel Sts. '
KAMAAINAS GONE 1
(Spo lal Corretpondonrf ) ,
WAILUKU, Maul, May 27. Two
of the oldest residents of Wnlluku,;
district Mn. Kupanlhl of Knlus,
Wallu'ku, mother of the late 8. K.
Kalue, and John Sylva of Walpnku'
were called by death Inst Monday
morning, z.irn insiani, aim uouii
wore burled the sumo day. Mrs,
Kupanlhl was over 70 yours old,"f
while Mr. Sylva wnH cloo imtii tlcits
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