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eventno bulletin, noNOLtJLtj, t. it.. Wednesday, june 2d, ito.
THE GREATEST EVENT OF THE YEAE
One Which Means Money To All Intending Buyers
..' vol H
Our Big Annual Sale
For which we have been preparing for
Everybody knows what our Annual Sales mean, and we have aimed to have this one eclipse all previous sales,' It does not mean cuts
in certain departments, but a slaughtering of prices on every article in our big store. "Everything, will be marked in plain figures.-artd r
snifl fnr cash rmhr PTCMTPMR'FD TUT? nATT? TTTTPOr A V tttt v i-.i. jo x o
Oceanic Siiilcd Third DK -
rtt' ' .wll -
llnwall.ui Second Degree.
visiting members of the
a i are cordially Invited to
fD'l mooting of local lodges
Meet on the
2nd and 4tli
at K. P. Hall
7:30 P. M.
iiiniui- r.,M.,rFi memocri 01
MAninc cnu Htcny .... .w.
' BENEFICIAL ASSIATIOH. ciatloni cor
HAEMOKY I0DQE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F;
MfiCiM evflrv Mnnrinv evnnlnt? At
730 In 1. O.'O. P. Hail, Tort Street.
iB. It. IICNDUY. Socrotury.
H.fE,TUcCOY. Nobla Grand.
All vlsitiug brothers very cordlall
OAHU I0D0E, No. 1, K. of P.
Meets" every first anil third Frl-
; day evening at 7:30 In K. o.f P. Hall,
i corner Fort nnd Berctnnla, Visiting
bi others coidlully Invited to attend.
M. JONES, a C.
O. V. HEINE, K. 11. S
'HAWAIIAN TRIBE, No. 1, 1. 0. It. M.
b tfMeets every first and third Thurs
days of each month at Knlguts ot
Pythias Hall. Visiting brothers cor
dially Invited to attend.
1 - P. UiaaiNS, Sachem,
r. V. TODD, O. of R.
HONOLULU AEBIE 140. F. 0. E.
- Meets on the 2nd and fth WED
NESDAY evenings ot each month at
r7;S0 o'clock In K, of P. Hall, coruor
Deretanla and Fort streets.
Visiting Eagles are Invited to at
tend W. n. IHLEY, W. P.
WM. C. McCOY, Bee.
ONOLULU L0D0E 010. B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Idge No. 61G, II. P.
Elks, meos In, their hall, mi KliK
Btreet, neaj-d'jirf, every Trlday evon
In'g. Visiting' protuers are cordially
Ejlnvltcd to attend.
K? JAS. D. DOUCIHERTY. K. It.
GEO. T. KLUEUEU Sec.
toWM. McKINLEY LODGE NO. 8,
Meets every 2nd and 4th Saturday
evening at 7 30 o'clock In K. of I
LlUll, cor, Kort and Deretanla. Visit
ing Dromoiu cnruiaiiy invneu id "
H, A. TAVI.OK, 0. C.
U, A. JACOriSON, K. It 8
Bulletin Euilneu Office Phono 23C
Bulletin Editorial Boom Phone ,183
SACHS' DRV GOODS CO.;
GIVEN TEN YEARS
(Continued from Pa?e 1)
bo satisfied with scntenco under
IWi charge unit no tho Court pro
f "Arrlndelermfnnto sentenco was Im
posed, tlio minimum being ten jcars
.and tlio mnxlmum tyvcnt jours. If
AndrowK getBoff with less thnn tvven
tyylufsln prison It will bo by action
of tho prison commissioners, who
hnvo tlio power to recommend Ills dis
charge lifter lio has bcrvcd tlio min
WILL BE WIDENED
Tho widening of Vlnonnl street
between ltl er and Nunanu streets Is
now practically assured. At tho
meeting of tlio Hoard of Supervisors
bold yostcrday u cnnuuunlcatlon was
received from Superintendent of
Public Works Marston Cambcll, who
has Informed tho municipal lawmak
ers that tho Territory of Hawaii has
secured tho necessary properly trom
E 8. Cunha fdr-tho widening of that
- W fill' and Count) Ilo.id Commit-
6eojrJll now ta'io tho matter up and
HharJmprovcincnt will bo rushed
nlong. Tho widening of this street
will-prove of benefit to u lurgo num
ber of property owners us well ns
residents In that section of tho city.
Nmianti dam, which has been In the
process of building for sovcrnl vears
and which has cost several hundred
thousand dollars, has been finished
and will bo turned over to tho Torrl
tor) tomorrow, Marston Campbell ac
cepting It on behulf of the Territory
Tho dam raakas a reservoir with an
area of thirty-two acres and will hold
In tho neighborhood of 400,000,000 gal
lons of water There wero thirty-eight
feet, eight Inches of water behind the
dam this mornfug.
Jack Scully of Tho fashion Saloon
has arranged to hovo tho results 'of
tho h'g fight nt Ileuo, un the Fourth,
cent him bv cabin, round bv i-nnnrf
mrt will display tho sumo on his big
nuiictln iio-irrt in Tho I asljlon prcm
Iboh whero tho public can get tho news
almost ns iilck! ns being light on
MOUHISON At Mldvva), Juno 28, to
Mr unit Sirs. M. I) Morrison, u son,
'.Van tod liy vvholcsnlo house, joung
limn, hro IS to l), living wild
ianntn necinuto ni DgureH, with
guol know lodge ot l)jw riling
Apply In own hnudwrlliUK, Ad.
,drQ "lllll Olyrk,," IMW" u"''0-
the past month will
xxxaj xv.ri.Aia, lujuwuAi, JUJUI OCn
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Autos, $1 per hour, howls Stables
It gooH without alng that every
tiling Is Ilcst nt Tho Encore.
7 Seated Auto for hire. Phono 1D9
James Maker, Young Hotel Stnud.
William 11. Smith has filed his
answer in tho dlvorco proceedings
brought b) his wife, Annie Smith.
No vngrant bristles in n Ilubbersct
tooth brush. Sold by Dcnson, Smith &
Co, Ltd, HotcTntid Fort strcots.
Moses Ilcen ginduated from tho
Hastings Law School nt Ilcrkclcy this
vcar and Is expected homo about
St. Clement's, branch, Woman's
Auxiliary, will meet at Mrs. Harri
son s, near the Aquarium, nt Wal
l.lkl, this afternoon nt 3 o'clock.
Monday evening, lit tho homo of
Mr. nnd Mrn. JtcAiidrcvvs, Miss
Mabel nnd Samuel II. Waro wero
marrlcd. ltcv. Ault performed the
Dili "of oxceptlons In tho Campbell
Hacltfcld damage suit, which was do.
elded In favor of tho defendant upon
the second trial, has been allowed by
Judgo Uo'ulnsoii. ,
Frank Cooko silled for tho Coast
todaj on the Sierra. Ho goes from
thcro lo Alnskn for tho purposo of
visiting tho religious bodies at that
northern ho tlon.
F. P, Wilson, who was charged with
having driven an automobllo without
exhibiting a tall light, waived examin
ation nt tho pollco court this morn
ing, and demanded a Jury trial.
Hawaiian Trust Company, ns trus
tee ot tlio estate of George Unlbrnlth,
has been gi anted permission to com
promise u suit brought ngahibt Hugh
Calhralth In ejectment proceedings.
Miss Mary chuck, tho stenograph
er for the City and County Attorney's
bfflco has been granted ono month's
vacation tho samo to take effect com
mencing July 5th. The mattor of sup
pl.vlng n substltuto n the placo of Miss
Achuik was brought up at Iho meet
ing of tho Hoard of Supervisors nt
tho regular meeting held cstcrdoy
Miss Ilernlce Dwlglit Is confined
to her homo with German measles,
having had to go homo from the, of.
flee this morning. Miss Dwlgtti Is
stenographer to Marston Campbell,
Supcrlntcndni.t of Public Works, and
her Jollj face will be missed In tho
ofneo during tho time, oho Is com
pelled to be absent.
IN FOREIGN POT
Wednesday, Juno 20.
SAN ritANCISCOSallcd June 29: 8.
H Lurllne, for Honolulu
NOUFOLK Sailed Juno 28: S. S. Da-
mara. for Honolulu.
YOKOHAMA Sailed Juno 29: B. S.
Asia, for Honolulu.
THK MATSON Navigation steam
er Hllonlan Is due to arrivo from San
Francisco and Puget Sound ports on
the morning of July 4th. Tho HJlo
nlan is bringing nboitt 1500 tons gen
eral rargo foi Honolulu and in tran
sit will have GOO tons freight for other
Island ports. Tho vessel will gather
Up a full shipment of sugar beforo
sailing for a rejnrn voyago to tho
CASTI.U AND COOKK, tho local
agents for llm Matron Navigation
stiiuner Lurllno expect that vessel
from Snu Francisco on or about July
Cth. Iho vesscj will remiln here un
til July 12th upon which dato eho will
bo dispatched fnr u return voyage to
Till: Ni:VADAN, MuUnn Nuvlgv
Hon rhnlU'ri'd firlghler sailed from
Kahulul this afternoon vvlih di'sllm
I Ion ns Han Fr.iticlscn, 'I ho Novudnn
Is leaving tho linwallnn IhIsiiiIh with
n'full lifgo 6f sugar,
begin TUESDAY, JULY 5th,
-L.i i ' " .mi' " i i - '- itT ."I
--a mx-x mv--
. City Transfer Co.,
' iJAB H. LOYX. . ft - JH0NE152.
Waianae Tragedy Inquest
Acquits. Boy Of
At tlio Inquest that was held on
the body of Chlona Ktmura, the
Joung Japanese girl who was shot
dead by Kddlc Meyer nt Waluuao, the
Jury returned n verdict of iidcldeudil
death. From the evidence produced
It nppcnrs that young Meyer picked
up u rlco-blrd gun and In plaj point
ed It nt tho little girl, who was gath
ering some mangoes from beneath a
"Shodl, shoot" cried tho child In
fun, and Mcjcr pulled tho trigger.
The girl was riddled by the shot and
her loft side ni.d lungs wero perfor
ated. After Iho shooting, the Joung
follow ran to hla mother and told
her whnt had happened. The Jap-
nncsn girl was picked up and all that
was pdcslble was dono for nor, but
(hero was no hope from the flst and
she died shortly uftewnrfls,
' Chlof McDUnia Inveetlgato'd Iho af
fair and he Is mire that Kddlo Mcjcr
had no Intention of shooting the girl
when lio found iho (,'iin nnd lifted It
up. Tho weippni 'was never put to
his jhoujder, arid vvent off while ho
whs fiddling around vvfth It nt a level
with hs hp. ' ,
C. S. Holloway, n local rorttractqr
and builder, has appeared before the
city and county board of supervis
ors with tho request that he he nl
lowed tho use of a steam roller and
also a quantity of crushed rock, ip
the building of n private roadway
through the promises formerly own
ed by Mr. yichnmii. It Is stated
that on account of tho heavy rains
In Nuuanu Vulley, It Is necessary to
construct u macadam road and roll
the same, unci 'tttv w)l requlra tho
snrvico of a etoam roller for a sjiqrt
tlmo. Mr. Holjoway sfntcs that It
tho road department inn assist In
this work ho stands ready to pay
The matter hns been referred to
tho road committee for action.
Dr. Hydo lakes everything calmly
but n ;nan who could Uellberntely poi
son another might meet Ucolzcbub
without being pprturhud. -
Customer Havo you any fly-jiapei?
Clerk Yes, sir. Will jou havj the
"Aoropjnno Jogrnal" or the "Av'wtor's
Gnzetto!" lioston Tranucrint.
Tho agricultural oxpert of the Uos
ton Transcript warna housewives
that ''lettuce should not bu dry mud
loo warmly in summer"
A fun Is n person who thinks that
tho homo fpiuii should win everj
Mime Albany Jnurnnl.
fidclalism Is not so urent n nionnto,
hqwHVor, a tho high prlco of hoof
J ' -.
Daughter Aged Fourteen
Nowhere To Be
Ivan Hosanoff, a Ilucslan Immi
grant, Is worried about tho whero
ahoutp of hs daughter, ALua, nged
fourtcei) j ears, ho somo three weeks
ago ngs hired out to n Hawaiian
family for a monthly wage of $10.
Tho Kueslan has heard nothing of
his daughter slnco tho day she de
parted with tho Hawallans, nnd ho
hns not received uny money' from
her. Fearing that somo harm may
have come to tho girl, Hosanoff Is
making a sea re It ot tho city, but Is
'flL'JIng tho matter a difficult one, ns
he docs not know tho nnino of the
HuXvallnn family to whom the girl
Sergeant Bdgar S. Harry, who has
beeu appointed (.o tho custom ser
vice, w rep6.it fop duty onlght.
Pari) served In tho Philippines and
on coming to Hawaii ho enlisted In
tho N. O. (I. Hospital Co., on De-j
fenibcr 2fi, 180)., lio has always
taken (he greatest Interest In his
corps, and besides started up n baso-j
bull team that won tho championship
of flic military series last enr.
Harry was appointed chief clerk of
the adjutant general on November 2,
1907, and now today will start on 'a
new cajeer In jthe customs depart
ment. Tho rcrgeant will be missed
at tho baseball gatherings at tho
league grdunds and other places, and
his subllmo faith n tjio ability or
his "Beauts." to beat any other team,
which sometimes made tJ?o"Jlcauts"
accomplish lliu Bccmltigly impossible,
will no (ongcr "sustain the 'Hospital
BARRY SENDS -DEFIJLCRUISEHS
There feeniB to be some doubt
amoi g tho baseball sports on the two
cruisers now In port as to the statin
of Sergeant Harry In tho game usual
ly played on n diamond.
Murmurlngs of this. iiu(uro havo
reached the cars of Sergeant llarr)
and ho made a special call at tho
II u 1 1 o 1 1 n o'fllce this morning, and
through the Bulletin Issues a
chullouge lo any baseball nluo from
either the Cleveland or thn Chatta
nooga to pla the 1st Hospital Co
baseball nine next Saturday at 3
Sorgoiwit Harry wH.pbortjy go to
now employment n, the , custom
house, mid di fires in nmollior nuy
nlno that clttin rrulner ''al' mnilcr
"For Rent" cards on sal at
the Bulletin olrice.
at 8 o'clock a.m.,andlasts.for..
Ko ', o ' ;.a
Wednesday. June 29.
Kaua-Wv' O. Ifall. 'itmf.f a. in.
; r- 'i
SOMi: CIIANGI uro notod In tho
staff of skippers pn Uned States
nrmy transports ai a reward for faith
ful Muty performctl Initho depirtmclit.
Captain !;. S, McClcUan hns Just
been appolntcjl mister f( tho trans
port Mindanao now In thn Philippine
eorvleo, Captain McUlollau. who suc
ceeds Captain Uarclay, was for aov
,rral fars in duly, on tho Pacific
transport tho Shcrnisn and Ornnt. Ho
has )ccu master, pt tho launches, Mo
hllo, and, row r'uiii a thlrit orflccr
of tho Wright,, second officer, of the
.locitni and first qfflccr tlf tho Wright
and .Rowqrd. Ha has also been tem
porary master of tljo Lf scum, Mr. link-
,Of was (ransforft'd apqut ta month
ugo from scrpml olflcrr of thq Crook
Id fit? water transportation, Mr. Smith
was senmd ofllcor of thq Warren un
til J 007;, was appointed thtrilt ofOccr
of tho I.lucunt on July 1, 1908 nnd
second officer, a counlo of months lat
cr. Mr. Ilrown entered tho service
ns second ofllcor of the Mindanao on
February 3 of this year and Mr. Hen
nlns has oIbo been In tho service a
THE UNITED STATKS protcctel
cruiser Charleston which has been
nut on tho Asiatic station for a mini'
her of voars und reported as having
been ordered to proceed "to Yokohama
on Juno 15th will bo sent to Manila
Instead and now It Is said that the
Charleston will bo relieved at tho Phi
llpplno base by ho Now York. 7tiis
chance In Iho i.chfdnle of the unnrioi
ton is said by naval mon to Indicate
that Iho warship will probably bo sent
to Now York via Suoz Instead of San
Francisco It s jisq reported that tho
armored cruiser Urooklyn will ngaln
bo placed In commission and sent out
to augment tho Asiatic fleet.
TUB ARIUVAL OF TUB Drltlsh
steamship Henley (ut Oomox. British
Columbia h reported,. This vessel ro
ccntlv brought a shipment of coal to
ITonolulu, Tlio stunner sailed from
this port on Juno 16th.
A remarkable feature of last Sun
day'B games in fho big Icaguos was
that pitchers wore sent In us pinch
hitters Smith wout In to bat for Par
ent, of Chicago; Mullen went In to
bat for Wlllott, of Detroit, and "Dodo"
Crlss, .an ox-pltchcr, went Into hat
NBW - TO-DAV
At the adjourned annual meeting
of tho Sierra Nevada "Development
Co., he'd In Room 203, McCundlcs
building. I) the city or Honolulu, .on
JnnQ 28', 1?10, the following direc
tors were cjeqtcd to servo for tho
J. S. McQnlldless, I, L. McC'and.
less, M, P. Uoblusoii, A. M. Mcllrjde,
C, O, ilockus.
At a directors' meeting held lm
mcillaloly after the btnckholilcrs'
pieetlpg, ho following officers were
elected lo Kervo for the ear
J H. McCandlosa.' ,.,Prcsldunt
U, .h, MiQandless,...Vlre-Presidei t
A M, Millrido Treasurer
V. (I. llm litis Bcprclnry
(.' (1 HOCivlW,
January 28, 1010. Jt
FIRE STATION f
ON PAQE EIOHT.'
Tuesday, June 28.
Kauai ports Klnau, stmr., 5 D m.
Moloknl and nut ports M.'kahala,
itmr., C p. m.
Wednesday, June 29.
San Francisco Sierra, O. S. ii, 10
a- m. . '
I6r O. 8. 8. Sierra for San Fran
cisco, Juno 29. Paul do Longpre, Mm.
do I.ongpro, Miss do Iongpro, Or,
H. n. Embant, Mrs. H.-H. 'Embantt
Prof. 8cott, Victor 8 Clark,.W. rW.
Taylor. Miss B. Weight, Miss B. Man
said, Mrs. Rcnjes, Miss Rcnjes, Mrs.
U. Noycs, Mrs. A. Hashbrouck,' Miss
Ley ton, Mrs U. Deacon, Mr. nnd 'Mrs.
J. Nott, Miss M. It. Itoo. Miss O.
Campboll, Mr. nnd Mrs. Oeo. Ross,
MIri M. Grace, Miss McGregor, Theo.
Nlckclson, C. W. Smith. Miss Flem
ing. Miss Haro, Mrs. J, Rosenberg,
P, Iiernlco Cooko, Miss J, Taner, Mrs.
M, Rcstarick, Mrs. B Coulter, Mr. and
Mrs. 11. Kohl, Mary T. Moore, Mr. anil
Mrs. O. A. Decker, Miss Sundry, MWs
I. Molln, Mrs Beaumont, Mrs C. L.
Hoogs, Miss Ryan, Mrs. J. Gregg, Mrs.
Noble, Mrs. Werner. 15 Horner. R. E.
Herdman, J. L. l-nwrcncc, Mrs. Jj 11.
Kent, Miss Rosenberg. Miss Vells,
Mrs. N. D. Hojt, Mrs. 8. Burt. Mls
Hurt, ilrt. M. Elscrt. Mrs. T. Wooden,
Miss E. K. Con an, A. M. Scott, Miss
Woodford, Miss M. Mossuian, 'Miss
Olasscack, II, W. Eisert, C, D. Miner,
Mrs. C. Ilfllon, John Hind Mrs O. A.
Harkor, Miss L. Tyler, J. Stems, (3.
A. Harkcr, Mr, and Mrs. Crcssaty, W.
W. Klrkland, J, D. Neal, J). R. Moss
man. W. E. Bell. Mies Zlegler, M)sa
I. W. Smith, F. A. Richmond H. T.
Clark, Mrs. A. Ljle, Miss M. Walsh,
Mrs. Ella Austin, Mrs T. 11. ('roller,
Mrs. W. A. .McKay, Miss M. M An
drade, Miss J. M. Barker, Mrs h. E.
Arnand, J, Garcia, C. C, Hilts, Judgo
W. A. McKay, Mrs. and Miss Need
jiam, M. Rosenberg, W. Allen, i Mrs.
p. pecoto, Miss J, K, Grey, Mrw. A.
Knight, Miss M. Ilornor, Miss K A.
Caniyon, MIbs E. Jacobson, Miss M
O. Borden, Miss N. Mooro, Miss M.
M, Cooko, J, R. McLean Mraj1 Mc
Lean, Miss A. Hi Lycett, Miss Flor
ence Lee, Mrs. and Miss Douglass, JJra
J. T. Lewis, J. Andrado Jr., Mlsae3
Ruth and Cornelia QelBsel, C. A. Simp
son, R II. Wallen, Mrs. T. M, Med
calf, C. II. Llpptncott, T. F. Wood
ford, W. J. McNeil, Bro Morris,. Bro.
Eugene, Miss A A, McCord, Miss E.
O. Cameron, iO 8, Lldgate, A, J'.
l'or stmr.'Claudlno for Mauiand
Hawaii ports,.itily 1. 8. B. Paxs7n,
Mrs Paxsou, faster Polrje, Garrett
Hughes, Louis Wairen, W. Bucklo', M.
C. Corrpa, A. tj'Vuscoo, Mrs, P, p.
Brady. Mia. WnJ Bfady, Miss M.
Brady, K, AiUdjiaeo, McC9rrlstnn,,v.l.
Wllllras,t,Mtwflri:. Lloyd, Mfsa; II.
Llojd Miss 0,-Crowos, B Say.or, Jlen
ry NvClafa, fito. Brims. Miss Mary
Crowe Miss A. Bortlcman, L. Hart,
tyY.Kau, B. Baffcry.
P6r M. N. 8. 8. Lurllno for Ban
Francisco, July 12. Robert Farloy, J.
K Farley, C. O. Hottol, Mrs, Hottcl,
Miss L. Sturlovnnt, Miss L. McStock
er, O P. Hottcl, F. II. McStockor, Miss
B. Clark, Miss P, tlcsell, Miss A. W,
Din ii, Miss V, Cowan, Mrs, A, M.
Scot), MIbs Mabel Runter, Albert B,
Baker, Mrs, Baker, Miss A. B. Bart
lett Miss Green Mrs J. J. Green, Miss
M Dunn. Miss 0 Herrlclc, L. Ilmls
berg'r, John Hind, Mlna N. Dinllh,
Mls-A. 11 Collier, Mja B T. Millit
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