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FVRNINO BtlU.ETIN, HONRTrjLU. T.'H, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 22, 1910.
NEW WASH BUCHINOS By the yard. In White and
Cream; also CHIFFON BUCHINOS, in White, Black and
SILK EMBLEMS Stan, Bars, Eagles. nndAnchon; in
Red, White and Blue.
-NEW WINDOW DRAPERY Art Etomine. Very at
tractive designs and colorings. 25 e. yard.
RIBBONS The Moire Antinque; all silk, beautiful
quality; 5y2 inches wide. 45c. ard. Very swell for hair
We carr- the celebrated DE BEVOISE BRASSIERE
BUST SUPPORTERS.In two qualities 50c. and $1.
New LINGERIE DRESSES, new LINGERIE WAISTS,
new LINEN DUST COATS, new WASH SKIRTS In
White and Colon.
' LADIES' RAIN COATS In Cravenette and Silk, oil
fresh, cris- goods.
SACHS' DRY GOODS CO.
Corner Fort and Beretania Streets Opposite Fire Station
HONOLULU CONSTRUCTION & DRAYING CO., LTD.
QUEEN ST.. NEXT TO INTER - ISLAND CO.'S OFFICE
$1 a Tear
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gross on tlio Dei6cratlc tfiket. Ills
dc.itli nl this Ulna cornea as n shock
tp his ninny friends, who had not
thought that the, end of Ms life was
In his until he was educated In
public schools. Jlut, realizing that
lie could lo better hy following tho
Ecn. he, together with Ills hrothor
'Mike, tried Ills fortunes on a whal
On returning from sen, I'rank
worked for a while, at different em
ployments, until finally hu ohtnlncd
a position lh tho lnler-Island
Stc.im Navigation Compuny, which
position he held with credit until
his death, Previous to his employ
ment hy the Inter-Island company,
he was bhlpping master under an.
other steamship compinj, which was
then headed by I'ostor, one of the
pioneers of those dajs. When that
company niul the Wilder Bteamshlp
Compaii) were united, Ilnncy "was
retained as u shipping master of tl'ie
Foster Interests, while Ills Honor
Mayor Tern became the shipping
master of the Wilder Interests.
The late Senator, was one of (he
most trusted employes of the com
pany, which through his death loses
oi o of the most reliable men In Its
Harvey was elected a member of
the first Hoard of Supervisors under
the county government,' hut he did
not serve on the hoard because of
the decision of the Supreme Court
that the cirunty act was unconstitu
tional. In 190T deceased ran for super-vlsor-at
large and defeated W, W.
Harris, the. Ilepubllcan nominee. In
1909 ho was elected Senator fiom
tho Fifth District. Politically , he
was expected to be the coming man
of the Democratic party.
Harvey was a charter member of
the Hut Olwl, one of the first frater
nal organizations established h the
Hawallans. He wnB also n member
of tlo Knmelianielia Lodge, Young
Men's Institute, St, George and a few
other benevolent societies.
Next Sunday afternoon nt 3 o'clock
the funeral Eer'vlccs'wlll be held In
tiio OnthGllo cathcdinl, preparntor
to the burial ceremony to bo con.
ducted In the Catholic cemetery. Tho
remains bfvtho deceased will He In
State on Vfldaj night. This will hi
pilvaia. On Saturday morning' the
niembeia of the societies of which he
was a member, the,, government ofll
chls ninl thcpubllc generally win
be pcimlttcd top ylew the remains of
the de eased In tho StIVa 'Undertak
ing parlors, where members of the
societies will Watch over tho de'
It Is expected that the funeral ot
the lata Senator wilt he unusually
large on account of his numerous
friends, lleslde the members of these
societies, which number In the
neighborhood of 1200, the public
will Jlkoly Join the funeral on Sun
Mayor Fern snld this morning that
the county band .and a company or
police will bo ordered to accompany
the remain's of the ccccased Senator
to their last resting place."
i.s morning Major Fern, Sam
Dwlght, A, S. Kalclopu, N, Fernan
dez and Deputy Sheriff Hose, repre
senting llul Olwl and Kamchamoha
lodges, visited the family of the de
ceased at Sllva's undertaking parlors
and made arrangements regarding
the funeral, It was reported early
this forenoon that tho members of
the 1'oola Society will also turn out
In a body, In which case the funeral
will bo very largely attended.
The deceased Senator left n daugh
ter, sister and a brother to mourn
Out of respect to the deceased, the
Dags of the Inter-Island steamers
were half-masted this morning short
ly after news-of his death wns re
ceived at tho main office of the com
pany on Queen strept.
Harvey was -well liked by the Ha
wallan sailors who are working on
Inter-Island steamers, and was nl
ways willing to help them In times
ITCH RELIEVED AT ONCE.
That terrible' Itch disappears with
tho F1IIST DHOPS of D. D. D. Pres
criptton. It -kills all skin disease
germs Instantly' a soothing, healing
lotion used externally only. Honolulu
i ... -
tDrug Co, Fofl' Btrcot.
The best resolutions nro those you
do not havo tp make.
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You can feci strength and energy oozing out HEKlpwwg
of your pores with every drop of perspiration. Bl
Work because you have to. And thirsty I! Can't HL
quench it. You'll Nenjoy a delicious, sparkling glass of
KM You'll feel the difference-cool, comfortable, refreshed, gf
K Thirst delightfully quenched. Now, isn't it worth JKf
L Delicious Refreshing Wholesome y
! L Thirst-Quenching 'Whcnevet
ijsH0U scc an
; 5c EverywhereAcr.fak
, Bottled Exclusively in Honolulu by Hawaiian Soda Works - Phone 516
Another Pair if
Yours Don't Wear
THAT'S what happens if WUNDERHOSE should
fail. They are WARRANTED TO WEAR THREE
MONTHS without darning. They are made of the
softest, most elastic wearable yarn ever woven into
socks- The combined strength of WUNDERHOSE
thread is hard to overcome by even strenuous wear.
The toes, heels, and soles are reinforced with linen
thread. They come in light weights in all the new
shades and tan and black.
$1 per box of four pairs
YES, IT WAS
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lucky Individual carrying n packaga
of farewell cheer not supposcdl) found
In a Woolleylied territory.
When Hcrr Ilergcr and his musi
cians took a brief respite In their
melodious serenade everybody mado
an Ineffectual attempt tq talk at onu
and tho same time.
Thoso of high and low degreo shov
ed and crowded on tho conjested
wharf. Russian Immigrant and capi
talist alike strove ,to move to a mora
favored vantago ground. ,
A hunch of fistic star from the An
tlliodcs blocked tho gangway for n
brief moment ninl exchanged greeting
with an udmlilng delegation of town
sports. They wero followed by a par
ty of church dlgnltnrlcH who strove
to gain tho decks of tho Wllhclmlna
Several members of that famoiu
'committee of one hundred" who
claim to stand for prohibition, were
Jostled about with tho same degreo
of recklessness as was a quartette of
liquor dealers and saloon men.
However, the crowd though over
heated and perspiring was a good nat
The regulation which compelled all
visitors to either gain tho deckB ot Ihu
vessel fifteen minutes before tho sail
ing of the ship or remain on tho wharf
pioved vciy satisfactory to the olll
cers otitic Wllhclmlna, tho wharf at
lendants mid others vitally concerned
In the dispatch of tho steamer.
Three gangwnjs led from tho wharf
to the steamer, Ono forward was
utilized for the transfer of baggag'
and personal effects. Tho larger and
middle gangway was used exclusive!)
fur first class passengers and their
A run way placed nt tho extreme
after part of the ship was given over
to tho embarkation ot tho Russian
Immigrants and their goods and chat
The clarion call of a cornet warn
cd tho visitors that It was their move
Tho ship left her wharf but a few
minutes behind tho advertised hour
The Wllhclmlna goes to tho coast I
with her cabin accommodation well
flll'd. While several staterooms con
tained but two passengers, tho reserv
ation was nevcilhclcm paid for by tho
traveler III most cases. Abbut twenty
Ihrco vacant berths were shown on tho
Purser's room rheet hut it would
havo been somonhat difficult to hivti
booked those so:lt3 claimed.
Tho steamer carried GC00 tons of
sugar; In addition to UiIh Hiiro wan
about 9000 cases of tinned pineapples,
1000 sacks ilul,'.iuauv:arl three hun
dred tons of sundries.
One hundred mid forty six cabin
passengers left by tho vessel whjlo
poventy five ltusslails traveled In tho
II. A. Plrco of Wichnrnn & do goc
to the coast to brlmr hick u bride.
Ho will bo gono for b month or more.
F, II. Armstrong of the shipping de
partment of Castlo & t'ooko wn a
pisscugcr to San franclsco.
Messrs. Hums, I.nng nnd Mcintosh,
the big English prlio ring celebrities,
departed by the vefcsol, They trans
ferriM from tho Canadian-Australian
Nan Asplnwall, tho cxcentrlc danc
er who closed a long engagement nt
Honolulu thenters returns to the coast.
H. N. Holmes, tho Hllo business
man and Mrs. Holmes nro enrouto to
the eastern states on a purchasing
Mr. and Mrs, W. A. Kinney wero
among the departing passengers.
Another Hllo merchant. 11 II Moses
sailed for tho coast by tho Wllhel
Admiral" Gcorgo C. Ueckloy and
Mrs. Ileckley left for tho const with
a hope of the trip proving a benefit
to Mr. Ueckley's health.
"What's the matter with ChollyT"
"Oh, some rude girl asked him If ho
was a suffragette." Pittsburg Post.
The man who regrets not having
inndo n mean remark is n hardened
old sinner. Ilrooklyn Reflector.
It doesn't always tako an electri
cian to change tho current of n per
son's life Rome Sentlneli
Even the girl with a rosebud
mouth can act llko a cabbuge head.
It takes a flea to make a dog toe
In Our Cream
Special care to keen
it cold and protect it
from contamination as
sure ample keeping
THE POND DAIE.
Manufactured from pure distilled v.'.-'
er. Delivered to any part of city by
uauu ice a licuiil uj.,ti
newaio. Telephone 628.
Best by test
Ask your Grocer for it
Delivered to residences i
and offices at 25c, per
bundled in 10-lb. lots
W. O. DARNHART,"
133 Oerchant St.,
THE OEPHEUM BUENED V
IS STILL AUYE
FOR SALE AT ALL BABS
Cream Pure Ryej
Sold by ,s
L0VEJ0Y AND CO.i
All the Go
"BULL" 0IN0EB ALE
BYCIIOFT'S FOUNTAIN SODA,
HAWAIIAN SODA WORKS'
in ouustiu ernes,