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EVENING nULI.ETIN, 1iONC'.TJLUT. H., MONDAY, JUNIJ 13. 1910.
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. LADIES' PARASOLS White. Plain and Embroidered,
in Linen and Cotton; Silk, in Black. White and Colon;
Fancy, in Plaids, Stripes, Drcsdcns and Bordered.
LADIES' CRAVENETTE LONQ COATS In assorted
Tans, Browns and Greys. New styles; extra values.
CHILDREN'S HAND CROCHETED CAPS AND BON
NETS In Red, White and Blue.
LADIES' SDLK HOSIERY In Black, White and Colors.
At $1.25, $1.50, $2, $2.25 a pair ud.
LADIES' CANVAS BATHING SHOES The new kind,
with double straps.
UNTRIMMED HATS Wc have just received a very
large shinment of ladies' untrimmed hats in all of the new
est straws and latest shapes. If you pHc us an order you
arc sure of satisfaction.
SACHS' DRY GOODS CO.
Corner Fort and Bcrctania Streets Opposite Fire , Station
PACIFIC FLEET QUINN FINED
IS DELAYED SMALL AMOUNT
All enscls comrlslnj tlio l'licMo
Tlcct iy nail from San Frinclsco, qn
October 20 til wllli ilcntlnntlon na Ho
nolulu. This ncng" Ima been received
hero timitklf th; arrhul of the truiirt-
port' Logan. (
Hviis lha lnlpiitlon or (he nny
deimrtinent to .illnimtcli the cnihcrs
Mnrjlnnd und West Virginia from
Mil re Islnnil (ho liittor part of An glint.
J ml go Andrnilo ko Ii( decision
In they Tom Qiilnu nutoinohllc qnrn
tills morning nml Uniting the ilefciitt'
nnl guilty, lined him $!. With $4 80
losls. Attorney l.lghtfftot nt onca
niipeulcd the cusc to the higher court.
The Judge, In giving his decision,
suld Unit the cubo hud been nn mi
pleiiennt one, und that n lot of things
luul been clono and said that need not
10 KIHttJP SUPPLY
To determine tho manner in which
water ma) be brought on (ho land of
tho I'upukca hnnicHtc.iclcra u meeting
Ii being held this afternoon nt tho
ofllco of Supcrlntuident of l'ubllc
Works Mm stem Campbell.
It is tho plan of tho department to
hao 11(0 water go vllh the land on
tho reserves unifer practically tho
ramo mndltlans as governs water on
land of tho Unlti.il mates Iteclama
tlon Service and lo this end the, con
ference Is being held today.
Superintendent Campbell kuh that
the water goes with tho laud and bo
wants tho homesteaders to form a mu
tual society for the development of
tho natcr rights and privileges, this
matter being put tip to tho land own
Tho owners will form an associa
tion. If present plans go through, and
will tax thoniKolves for the develop
ment of the water supply In nccord
nnce with tho amount of laud which
each owns. In case any of them Rtdl
their land they loso their Interest In
the waUvfor that nniit be transferred
with the land.
Anderson Grnco is Joy riding on
Saturday night and In the courso of
bis trip around town called at a well
known hotel. Ho left cards for Soon
Duck nnd oxpressed i egrets Unit Mar
tini ha been foolish enough to allow'
hlmrelf to be captmed.
IN FOREIGN PORT
' Monday, June 13.
SAN KIIANCISCO--Arrived Juno 10:
'8 p. in : S. S. Nippon Mam, hence
(HtAIS IIAItnOIt -Sailed Juno 10;
Sth. Khpada, for Honolulu.
I'OHT OAMIll.i: Balltd Juno 10: Ilk.
Alberts, for IIIIo.
SAN FHANCISCO Arrived Juno 11:
U, S. A. T. Sherman, hence June, 3.
SAN KllANCISCO-Salled Juno 11: H.
S. Columbian, for Seattlo.
SAN FRANCISCO-Sallcd Juno 12:
Sch. W. II. Marston, for IIIIo.
IOIUY8 HAItUOH Sailed Juno 12:
Sch. (loldcu Shore, for Honolulu.
8AI.INA CItUZ Sailed June 10: 8. S.
Alaskan, for San Francisco,
HII.O Arrived Juno 7: Sch. Sequoia,
HONOH'U Arrived Juno 13: Sch.
Muriel, from San 1'rnnclnco.
Itench .warrant was Issued this
morning for J. W. I'odmoru us ho did
not appear In court for hArlng as n
judgment debtor. The warrant was
Issued by Judgo Whitney of tho cir
(lerhard Segelktn has filed u suit for
Hit accounting against Charter W.
rtooth und Ida 8, Hall tho suit going
back to a land deal vvhkh occuriud
John T. Molr, manager of Onomca
plantation Is in town for a fow- d;ijs
and may return this week to Hawaii.
Hawaiian Trust Company lias been
appointed executor of tho cstuto of
lJdward F. Pnttcn, deceabcd.
whom she ran nut sitppott In tbs
manner to which ho has been ntcus-turned,
"For 8ale" cards at Dulletln...
Akuiia, who Is churged with using
threatening language Vepented his
tlucat this morning nnd ns he bad
wild that ho would shoot bis wifo on
Wednesday next, Judgo Andrade
undo that Imposslhle by ordering him
to lie kept In custody till Thursday
morning when ho will have to explain
matters in court.
Lieutenant Smith, wifo nnd two
children aro departing for the IMilllp
pines ns passengers by thr Dulled
States army transport Uignu. sailing
for tho Hast uti flv,o o'clock tomor
, The cases against tho two Clilnesa
who wero chnrgod" with kidnapping
two oung women, vvcro nollo prosscd
this morning It having dovelopd that
there was no kidnapping about thu
affair nt all.
Tho two sous of Captuln Holhrooko
of tho Fifth Cuvalry, Diuld S. and
Wlllurd A. Jr.. returned from tho
mainland toduy as pitssengers by tho
CapLfln C. 8. Cochran, conies hero
to take command of tho United States
KcK'nue luttcr Thttls. Ho urrlvcd
by tho transport Uigau this morning
and will relievo Lieutenant I'opo.
Amended complaint In the divorce
libel brought by Maria Davis against
I'cter Davis was filed this afternoon.
Thp Wnlnlua baseball team beat
tho Wulaleo nine, on Saturday by a
a tcoro of 1C 3.
from $5 up -'
from $1 up
A KODAK Multiplies
the Joys of Life,
HONOLULU PHOTO SUPPLY CO.,
"Everything- Photographic" TORT ST., NEAR HOTEL
FILMS AND CAMERAS
YE ARTS AND CRAFTS SHOP
Tort Iclow King Street
fleet nutlllary supply ship (Under,
will be ready for nailing by tho middle
of next October.
Tho Colorado, Pennsylvania nnd
Washington arc now undergoing re
pairs at Ilrcmcrton, while tho Cal
ifornia, West Virginia, Maryland nnd
Ulnclcr' nro at Maro Inland.
When these esscls arrived lit the1 have been. Ho did not say that
California Naval Stntlon It was (Julnn wns driving furiously at the
found that tho, repairs necessary to tlmo of tho accident, but he certainly
placo tfio cruiser In first class rondl-l wus driving heedlessly nnd If ho saw
tlon would require mora time to com-, (he buffalo lie must have also scon
plctc. I tho wngnn.
According to present calculations Tho conviction of (Julnn docs not
tho California, .Colorado, Vunnsylvnn- mean that his llccnso will bo taken
In, Washington, comprising tho Unit In way ns tho chnrgo against him was
division of tho licet, nnd tho West Vlr-j luld under thu territorial law und not
glnla and Maryland tho remaining! tho County ordinnnco. Tho District
vessels ui ma sceuiui division wuu ma loun jiuiga iiib uu inj'vi'i u mnti-i
chauffeur's llccnso even if tho unto
mnn bo fined twenty times for of
fenses charged under tho Territorial
Three offences proven under the
County orulnnnco would result In n
chauffeur's llccnso being taken nvvuy.
Tho County lnvv was framed so in
not to conflict with tho Territorial
law ,und there Is no Fiction of tho or
dinance thai covers tho offense that
(Julnn was charged with
l'rosccutor A, M. Drown was seen
this morning about tho (Julnn matter,
nnd ho stated that ho and tho Sheriff
hnd goiio into tho matter carefully
before laying tho charge against
Quinn, and that they hnd docldcd that
tho County ordinnnco did not cover
tho offense. Qulnn wns therefore
charged under section 31 If,, which re
fers to heedless driving ,
County Attorney Cntlicart looked In
to tho matter this morning, and said
that tho offense charged against
Qulnn wns not covered by the County
ordinance, which vvns framed so ns
not to conflict with the Territorial
Wciltipsdiy, Juno 29, la thn new
dato ict for the letting of tlm leaies
of niipaa b) Superintendent C imp
licit of tho Department of Public
Tho leases were to havo been let
on Wednesday of this week, the post
ponement lo that dato being made
from May 31. after Hie Organic Act
wns signed by 1'rrsldent Tnft.
Thn nLWly-nppotuted Laud Hoard
has not jot held n meeting or ap
pointed a time for one, and until It
gets together to piss iton the leas
ing of the Knpin tract, nothing can
be done about the leasing of It.
It Is understood that a meeting
will be held within n few das.
the Bulletin office.
cards on tale ft
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' BUJamlnClfithll -
In the summer, when a fellow is especially fond Of spending most of his time outdoors,
there is a lot of satisfaction to be gained by having light and summery clothes. The ideal
clothes for summer are "BENJAMIN CLOTHES." They are not only delightfully styled, but
they are tailored in a manner which insures their giving splendid service.
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when you ttte it out of a 'Leon
trd Cleuuble Refrigerator. Ttii
porcelain lining and perfect uru
tary conrirurtton do away with
all chancei for tho accumulation o(
dirt and ottenwo odon.
Hai tht famotu nine wa conrtrucf
lion which kepftCo6ll aif W
and tho warm air out. If you
wuh eryj article of food to ( come
out'ol your refrigerator at, tweet
and wholeaorna ai wlten iwent
in, then buy a farooui 'Leonard
CteanaUo1, Wo are local agenU
and have a full line ready for
your inspection. Every one
rr VAnvwm nn
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I'enry snjs It will Boon be a slm
pln thlliK to y,o lo the North I'ule
More than that It will bn even
CLASSY BOYS' and
1010 N. Y. STYLE. UNION-MADE SUITS arrived bv
last boat. Also, a complete line of
SOUARE DEAL GUARANTEED HOSIERY
YEE CHAN & CO.,
Cor. King and Bethel
Pongee Silk, Grass Linen (All,.
Fancy Drawn Work
Just Arrived from Orient
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