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BVENnfO Bni.LKTIN, HONOMJLTJ T. It.. FRIDAY, JUNE 2J. 1910.
CHIFFON AUTOMOBILE VEILS Regular, $1.75 spe
INFANTS' KID SHOES Sizes 1. 2, 3. 4. Colon: Black,
'White, Pink and Blue. Regular, COc. a pair; special, 45c.
a pair. '
CHILDREN'S COTTON SOCKS Sizes 4 to 72. Colors:
Black, White, Pink, Blue and Red. Regular, 20e. a pair;
special, 2 pairs for 25.
. FRANCONIA PILLOW CASES 42x30: Regular, 15c;
special, 10c. 45x36: Regular, 20c: special, 15c
ALL-WOOL STRIPED SERGE Colors: Navy Blue, Me
dium Blue, Golden Brown. Regular, 00c. a yard; special,
65c. "a yard. .
FINE OROANDY White ground, with Pink, Blue,
Green and Lavender Flowers; 30 inches wide. Regular,
25c a yard special, 15c. a yard.
BEAUTIFUL TAPESTRY CUSHION COVERS 20x20
inches. Regular, 75c; special, 50c
SACHS' DRY GOODS CO.
Corner Fort and Beretania Streets Opposite Fire Station
FIRST TO LOSE
' JUST FROM CHINA
We Will Show Next Monday a Big Shipment of
Of Natural and Assorted Colors All Qualities and Widths
50c to $2 per yard
SEE OUR WINDOW DISPLAY
isian Art Co..
FORT STREET I
Best by test
Ask your Grocer for it
Pattern Hats - $10
ALL OF OUR BEAUTIFUL PAT
TERN HATS REDUCED TO $10.00
FOR THIS WEEK'
DUNN'S HAT SHOP,
FORT STREET, NEAR HOTEL
' has increased our business so that new quarters are
necessary. The most modern French ideas in construction
of a hand laundry arj incorporated in our new building.
, 777 King Street, near Alapqi Tel 1491
French Laundry J. Abadie, prop.
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ho been bo inclined through neces
sity. "There was fino weather nil Jhe
way down," was the cheery comhient
from Purser "Tom" Smith as he
greeted the customs officers and
newspaper men this morning. Purser
Smith Is never so much In his right
clement as when ho oOlclntes lis 1:11;
custodian of a Blilp full of people. He
Is ever actlyo lptlooklng to the care
or ins chargeq. if any ono ever
leaves tho Sierra, lugging off an over
ripe, grouch, after having Drift met
Smith, then his or her particular case
Ten steerage passengers arrived by
tho vessel. There Is but ono Import
ant change in the official staff of the
liner. K. J. Burke now presides over
tho wireless telegraph Instruments In
placa of J. II. Sellers, resigned.
Ilurke only arrived at San Francisco
by (ho MarlpoBit three liourB before
the time set for the departuro of the
Slorra. He mado a hasty transfer of
his effects from the other vessel. Ho
did not hae time, to get acquainted
with the great Paris of America after
his long sojourn in Tahiti.
Included In the 1C19 tons of general
cargo are two automobile. The inn
chines are owned by parties who are
making a Wslt to tho Islands.
Tho musical comedy company that
comrs here under the auspices ol
Manager Joe Cohen gave a concert on
laBt Thursday evening. Their efforts
toward adding to the entertainment of
the passengers met with merited ap
Goneral George .yhjejv United Statei
Inspector General of marluo vessels
arrived from Washington. General
L'hler made but a ery short stay In
San Francisco, the tlmo between the
nrrhal of his train from the enstsnnd
the departure of the Starra being but
a fow hours. He comcB here on an
ntnclnl visit apd will remain over for
a brief season only. General tlhlor
wnH formerly national president ol
the Marine Engineers' Association of
the United States.
( V. B. Dlalr Is a theatrical man from
the coast and he Ik In charge of twenty-one
musical comedy people who
open at Joel Cohen's new play house.
Tho company Is pronounced a well
balanced one and the artists have
been selected with unusual care by
Mr, Cohen while on his recent visit
to San Francisco. '
B. S. C. Crabbo, Mrs. Crn'bbe and
two children were met ut the wharf
by' Senator Clarence Crabbe. "Ned"
Crabbo has been away on tho coast
for tho past (he years. He is a son
of the Senator, who now glories in
tho fact that he is a grand-daddy,
Charles a. Ilockus' Is back from ono
of his regular business trips to the
mainland. He reports all sorts of ex
citement on the coast over tho out
come of the fight controversy.
William Hcllbron wag numbored
among the returning pasitengors by
the Sierra. .
The arrival of Princess Dai Id Ka
wanduakou and her suite was the oc
casion of u considerable outpoiirlng
of society peopre at the wharf. Col
onel Sam Parker, John F. Colburn
and Territorial Treasurer D. -Lloyd
Conkllng wore among tlio dlegntlon
that boarded the custom launch nt an
early hour this morning and extended
a greeting to tho 1'rlnco.is before the
vessel reached the wharf. Tho board
ing party were well supplied with
lels. Tho Princess arrive hero in
Ilnio to participate In tlio removi.l of
tho royal dead, whloli .'oIjuii cere
mony takes place this ovonlng.
J. A. McCandless, Mrs. McCaudlt-su,
J. fA McCandlesa and Jained B. "Mc
Canfless were enrol'.od amous the
pnssengers arriving' ny tho tiiei rui
j. A. Kennedy, prodiJeul urn! gen
vn.1 manager of t'10 Intci-Islauu
Stiam Navigation Company, ccpresse-l
himself as feeling much iuipiowd In
nculth as a result of .'ill till to th
mainland. While In tho State Mr.
Kennedy went to WusMtiMon
Four hundred acres tif land in the
center of 1.anpnhoelioo plantation
have been surrendered to the go;in-
ment as application has been mado
for homesteadlng this pnrt of the
The strip comprised In this tract
asked for homestead extends from
the bench to tho forest line and prac
tlcally cuts tho plantation In two.
This lnnd was asked for some time
ago nnd it Is n part of tho plantation
released In 1908 under n lease to run
Laupahoehoe plantation Is the first
one to'loso any portion of Its lands
under the provisions of tho Organic
Act, but it is expected that many oth
ers will have to give up portions of
their holdings to homesteaders in tho
Under tho Interpretation of the
Land Hoard of tho provisions of the
amended act any plantation has to
ghe.up tracts of land which nro 'np
piled for by homesteaders, and as
soon as those who are eligible to take
homesteads realize this the best cane
lands in tho Territory will probably
be taken up In this manner.
In a recent case at ttte London Ses
sions It was stated that a convict,
who had served a number of periods
of Imprisonment, sent out billheads
on which wob printed "Fifteen j ears'
government work." Altogether he
had been In prison fourteen years nnd
Disabled teachers In Munich recelvo
pensions of 75 per cent, of their snl
arlcs, hnd a schoolmaster's wlfo who
loses her husband' gets three-fifths' of
als salary, with an allowance for ev
ery child under twenty.
Food was recently found In nil
Egyptian tomji, where It had been
'juried, for' 3000 yenrs, but still It
wasn't placed on sale afterward and
abelcd "strictly fresh." Detroit
Mrs. Huggtns Oh, cs; It kept
him In a hopeful state of mind for n
-ouple of weeks. Philadelphia Uec-
Td. ,A .
succeeded in defeating ta project o'
placing tho intor-la'and steamship
sen Ice of Hawaii unJ.v the 'anndlc
tlon of the Interstato Commerce Com
mlrrlon. V O. Bottom )s a nwmbor ol Hrlt-
Isli Parliament nnd "ropp-wntH Now
fcoMnnd. He! returning fn.11 Omit
Hritilp. wheo he h VytM nvieml
mouths. Mr. lloltou all' n'aU tlv
Canadian-Australian liner Mnrukn,
due to arrive here tomorrow fiom
Vancouver. This ve4.ul Ib cxpecjul
will sail for Australian porta Ilia
evening of the same day.
W. D, Alexander Is a son o' I'rofrt
sor Alexander of this city, Ho Iuk
met with considerable ruccoM in his
extensive mining opprutiorn In Ari
zona and New Mexico. Ho com? !'.:
on a brief visit.
Judge C. A. Sturtuvaitt :nd Mr
Sturtevant expect to hihiwI revnral
weeks In tho Islands. Judi;9 Siurle
vant is connected with the Supremo
Bench of California and has lined nla
home at San Francisco.
Paul D. Scheellne Is u well known
San Francisco stock and bond broker.
He Is hero oh a business mission.
Francis II. Smith, constructing en
gineer for the United States govern
ment at Pearl Harbor has returned
from u consultation with tho engi
neering chiefs on the mainland re
garding the proposed change pf plans
at tho Hawaiian nayal base.
Nearly fifty passengers who arrived
by the vessel are said to be tourists
who expect to remain In the I1I11111U
for periods ranging from ten days lo
K. M. Cheatham, manager of i:iiljrs
& Co, Is back from u business trip
to the coast-
Otto Wix, the famoUB artist who
painted a series of pictures on Ha
waii, has been visiting in Mexico. Ho
and arrived by the Sierra this morning.
Special Neckwear Sale for This
HIOH ORADE SILK FOUR-IN-HAND
Regular 75c, and $1 Goods Sold for SOo,
ALL KINDS OF NECKTIES AT CUT PRICES
See Our Window Dimlay
, New Lines of MEN'S and BOYS' BATHINO SUITS in
Wool and Cotton,
. YEE CHAN & CO.,
Cor, King and Bothol
u ' juy
7 7 W''
sEJ 4& ' MBit
We are selling Sui ts for
that are remarkable values. They
possess enough high class tailoring
to place them in the high grade
class in our line. At that price
we feature as our strongest leader
- ouf "TRUE BLUE" SERGE, which
we guarantee to hold its color or
PEKIN DUCKS, OEESE AND
HONOLULU CONSTRUCTION & DRAYINO CO., LTD.
QUEEN ST.. NEXT TO INTER ISLAND CO.'S OFFICE
In All Modern Treatments
"for Regaining- Health
P. ays the most Important Part
Improper food is usually the main cause of various
aches and ails and proper food is needed to correct them
is. hot only a great help for correcting
trouble, but for avoiding it.
It is predigested pure .food and con-,
tains the elements Nature demands for re
building the gray filling in Brain.and Nerve
Read "The Road to r ' i
Wcllville" in pkgs. V
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HENRY MAY & CO., Ltd.
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