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The Big Sale is over and new goods are pouring in for
Below -we' mention a few of them to hand, received per
S. S. Sierra.
LADIES' LINGERIE DRESSES The very latest over
skirt effects and short sleeves.
PRINCESS SLIPS Of good quality lawn, prettily
trimmed in lace and embroidery.
LADIES' EVENING CAPES In Cream, Reseda Green,
Navy, Alice Blue, Tan, Brown, Champagne, Old Rose,
Wisteria. All very artistic creations.
LADIES' STRIPED SILK RAIN COATS In different
CHIFFON CLOTH Double width j in all of the lead
NEW LACES AND INSERTIONS TO MATCH New
Allovers, New Double-width Nets in While and Cream.
NEW EMBROIDERIES and Insertions to match, in
Swiss, Cambric nnd Nainsook.
NEW VELOUR FLANNELS Dainty colorings and
NEW TRIMMINGS Silk and Floss; some beauties in
Sachs' Dry Goods Co.
Corner Fort and Bcretania Streets Opposite Fire Station
Will Be Finished In
. Few Days
Put an Edge On
Your Safety Razor Blades.
The "King of All" or the
" "Resh" Strop will do it.
Sold for 50c. Worth more.
Benson, Smith fc Co.,
FORT AND HOTBL STREETS
For Four Weeks on
Complete Hat Stock
102R NunAnn St
HILO, July 18. Major Window
who visited llllo Inst week to con
duct tho public liurlior lines meet
ing, nimlo tho announcement that
Jils pinna and specifications tor the
work nt the construction of the next
section of the breakwater will be on
their way to Washington within a
vory few ilnjs. Tho niujor stated
thnt the bill carrjlng tho upproprl
atloti became law on June 25, and
thut official notification to that or
feet had been sent to him from
Washington on July 2. He expect
ed that at the time he was speak
liiK, last Friday, the i.otltleutlon had
been lecelvcd In hla oHko In Hono
lulu. The plans, which will bo sent for
ward for the approval of the proper
authorities In Washington, will,
without a doubt, us has bcou stated
officially In the piibt, provldo for a
tnolhoil,i( coiibtriicllon other than
that w'hlcli luw been .carried on
under Hie prebcnt contract, and will
provide for tho construction of tho
substructure only, not rcachlnK the
Btirfaco of tho ocean, the work to be
can led on by means of lighters.
Pni titular Interest In bolng taken
In theso plans by tho bublncss men
Interested, both In Honolulu and In
llllo, owing to the announcement
which has been made that the con
atrurtlon of wharves Is being con
sidered In the cast end of tho har
bor, this location being selected
mainly on account of the fact that
this portion of tho harbor would re
ceive the protection afforded by the
breakwater oarller than any other
Tho fact U being deeply consider
ed'thut If tho brcukwnter Is carried
on as at present, completing the
Htructuro as tho work progresses. It
will mean tliu ciintlniio)is growth of
Biich protection, whoreus, If only tho
substructure la built, tlip- progress
of such protection will, ufter tho
present breakwater . contract bun
been completed, did tlioro until such
time when still unother appropria
tion Is secured from Congress.
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IL will be surprlolng, presently, to
hear liow many pcoplo really prefer
tho uppor berth because the ventila
tion Is so much bettor, don't you
know. Iluttalo Commercial,
MEN'S LAUNDRY WORK
J. ABADIE, rrop. ' TELEPHONE 1401
FRENCH LAUNDRY - 777 KING
COLDS CAUSE HEADACHE
MXATIVE BROMO-QUIN1NK, re
moves the cause, Ubcd the world over
to euro n cold in ono day, E, W,
DROVE'S signature on each !ox. Mndo
PMUS MEDICINE CO, Saint LuuU, U. 8, A.
Big island Politics Now
HII.O, July IS. -The prccliut
clubs of both the Itepubllcali and
Democratic parties last week elect,
cd their ofTtccra to aene during the
coming (wo J ears, and now the
workers are getting ready for or
ganized campaign work.
The Itepubllcali precinct club for
llllo proper held Its meeting at fire
men's Hall last I'rlilny evening.
County Clerk Kul and County At
torney llccrs, who had been nomi
nated the previous week, both for
the executive committee, withdrew
their names, as they intended to try
to land nominations. Tho list of of.
fleers elected was us follows:
President, It. A l.jin.in; first vice
president, U. II. Austin; second vice
president, A. M. I'abrlnhai secretary,
II. II. Drown; assistant secretary,
Karl Williams; treasurer, P. C.
Ilcauier; executive committee, V. 13,
M. Osorlo, Carl S. Smith, J. Oliver,
., Mahlula, John Hcrlng; Judges of
election, II. 1. Scheen. William Cn
nurlo, P. A. Victor.
Tho IIIId town Dcmocrntlr pre
cinct club held. Its meeting on Thurs
day evening, when the following of
ficers were elected:
President, C. K. Magulro; vice
president, W. II. Hccn; secretary, W,
II. Johnvou; assistant secretary, J,
A M. Osorlo: treasurer, David Kwa-
llko; clc'tlon Judges, Harry Irwin,
W II. Hccn, J. A. M Osorlo.
Speeches were made by the varl
ous liewly.ecctcd orilccrs. The
speech mado by Deputy County At
torney Hccn attracted particular at
tcntlon. Hccn said among other
things that ho had been called n fool
for Joining the Democratic party. He
maintained that there was no dif
ference between the principles of the
Hcpubltcan and the Democratic par
ties the difference lay In the ad
ministration 'of theso principles,
which he proceeded to outline, lleen
liked the, jDqtqocrat): administration
better, he oxplalncd, and for that
reuson he had thrown his lot with
the minority party.
The meeting of the Walakea Dem
ocratic precinct club, which was
held last Thursday evening at the
Osorlo lioathoiisp. was enlhcned by
the fact that Mr, Ithinan, after be
ing elected president, called attcn
Hon to tho peculiar standing of one
D. Spalding, Spuldlng, ll appear
ed, had been nominated tho previous
week as an election Judge an both
the Itepubllcali and the Democratic
precinct club tickets. It was point
ed out that u man could not very
well belong to both parties. Spald
ing explained that his nomination
by the Itepubllcans was a mistake.
Ho had attended the meeting of the
Itepubllcans because It was held In
Jtho meeting hall of a church of
which he wns a member, but his
nomination bad been the result of
u n error.
Spalding's explanation did not
rccni to carry much water, for a mo
tion by l.elnmin, reading Spalding
nut of the club, carried without ills-
Hcprcsontutlvo Kealawna, who had
been nominated for'president, with
drew as a candidate for that office,
explaining that as He InteoJcd to
run for tho Houso of Ilcprcscntutlvcs
again, ho did noL think (t proper for
him Jo accept ft. '
The following officers were elect
cd: President, C, Lehman; vice
president, Nullum; secretary, J. Na
plhti; assistant tec rotary, ti. Nuplha;
etc '(ton Juiges, Kamnka, Mulkal,
The Walakea Ilcpubllcaii precinct
club held u well-attended meeting
last Prlday evening, Some Interest
was Bhowu In the announcement that
Superintendent of Public Works and
Land ConimlBsroner Mnrston Camp
bell would be prebcnt to address the
meeting, but ho failed tp show up.
Spalding, who attended the tie'
publican meeting as he had that of
the Democrats the night before.
again ran into trouble. Q, F. Al
fonso brauglit up tho matter of hi
uuai oxistenco in me two panics,
nnd Spalding as Btrenuously protest
ed his allcglancn, to tho Republican
party us ho had his faith In tho
Democratic principles the night bo
tore. Tho result wus that, after
having beeti nominated as an elec
tion jddgo by both parties, he was
elected by neither. ,
Tho officers elected wore as fol
lows: President, Otlo W, Hose; first
vice-president, J D. Lewis; second
vlco pieBldcnt, A K. Kualll: secre
tary, J. A. Kealoha; assistant secre
tary, C, II, Makunul; treasurer, C.
S. Jackson; election Judges, C. D,
Green, J. T. Craellus, C. II, Maka
mil; executive committee, J. P.
Hale, J. I'. Craullus, J. D. Lowls, K.
da Bllvu. (1 I'. AfTonso,
A number f speeches weio made,
and on the suggestion of Uohncn-
Buy one df our $20.00 SUITS and
judge us by the garments. We stake
our reputation on these suits, and
know full well that your future
patronage depends upon how the
We feel satisfied that we have better
workmanship in these $20.00 suits
than others have in higher priced
clothing. As to wear, time only can
tell, so to protect you we say that if
the suit disappoints you you can
have your money back.
berg nnd Conncss, n Kulito Club wai
formed, tho Idea being to form nn
organization to boost tho Prlncn's
cnmpalgn for Delegate. This onrnn-l
liatlon will not follow strict party
lines, tho plan being to admit to
ninmberHhlu Homo Killers nnd Delil-I
ocrata who favor tho Prince, as wo'.l '
as, of course, Itepubllcans.
LEFT 10 CREMATE
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alleged to have gone on with some
kind of a gambling game that they
were engaged In at the time of tho
dispute thut led to the assault on
Meanwhile another Chinese hap
pened along nnd noticed the writh
ing body of Chin Ton In the flames.
Tho stranger, after a lot of dashing
to uud fro, managed to hook the
man out of tho fire, but further ex
amination showed thut the unfortu
nate Chill Ton wns dead. '
Very meager iiccouiitB of the af
fair have so far reached town, und
tho only thing thnt Deputy Ilnso
could do was to dispatch Chief Mc
DulDo ami un Interpreter to the
scono of tho tragedy. Tho deputy
at Kahuku wilt bo Instructed to hold
an Inquest at once, and McDudlo
will work on the case und get hold
of the guilty men If possible.
An automobile left the pollco sta
tion ut noon today, und in It wcia
Chief McDuflle. two special officers
and un Interpreter. The run down
to Kahuku will bo made In record
time, and an Investigation Into the
affair started ut once. There Is no
telephone to tho rlco plantation
whore the murder In supposed to
have been committed, and It Is im
posblblo to get full details or .the
tragedy till McDuflle and party ro
turn from Kahuku,
A mcbsugo was recehed, from Mc
Duffio nt noon tlmo, and ho stntcd
that tho beating up occurred on Tiich
day last. Tho Deputy Sheriff at Ki
huku knew of tho matter us tho samo
Chinaman who brought tho news to
Honolulu had told Ilia deputy
FOR AOLE NO ON
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blon that tho proclamation Miould bo
transmitted to Inspectors fort days
bffoKi election. It could bo transmit
ted any ,4lniy but uust lit pokled In
tljo precincts seven d,i before tho
election was to bo held
Ah tliu proclamations were posted
J last Tuesday they worn up Just mv-
en ituya before) tlm election which u"
to be hold next Tuesday.
Kdltur K Veiling llillletlii:
I herewith submit u few of the
reasons for otlng "Aolo-No" at the
plebiscite on Tuesday:
1. llccauso tho ordering of tho
plebiscite was not the will of tho
2. llecausc It wns the scheme of
a few Interested niitl-lluwallau pull,
3. Ilccnuse prohibition, as planned.
Is a death stroke nt local govern
ment, 4. Ilecaiire the main man back of
It Is unfriendly to llawallans' In
terests. .'l. Ilceause any liquor legislation
should be at the hands of the Legis
lature. (!. llecause wo elect people's rep
resentatives to make iiinj pass our
7. DccauKo we should not allow
disgruntled (.ranks to threaten us In
8. Ilocnuso wo valuo personal lib
erty above the mnudato of a few fa
9. llecausc we are men and wo
men who love our free ludlldualty.
10. llccauso experience hasshuwu
that prohibition docs not prohibit,
11. llccauso olio drunkard should
not make slaves of a hundred good
15, llecause Hawaii In no way
has need for prohibition.
13. Ilccnuse Honolulu Is one of
the soberest cities In the world.
14. llccauso It Is probably the
most sober seaport In the world.
16. llccauso wo elect to choose
our on n methods of reform, If need
16. llecause prohibition begets
17. Ilecauco It Is tho mother of
18. llccauso It makes Inwbrcakera
and criminals of good citizens,
19. llecause prohibition will less
en tho church attendance.
20. Ilocauso prohibition will keep
21 Dccaiire prohibition will send
people away, from the Islands.
22. Ueiause prohibition will cn
courago swipes, and other Illicit
2'J. llecause prohibition will kill
a large local Industry.
24.. llecause hundreds upon hun
dreds will be thrown out of work.
2. lieu a ii so prohibition, us
plum.ed, will bo rluK discrimination,
26. llucaiibo piohlbltluii will force
the poor man to doubtful toucoc
tloim. 27. lleiuiiKo tho ilih man euii im
port nil the drink ie wants.
28, llecnuro steamship crews will:
be tempted to smuggle Impure rturfj
29. llecause the added cost u
smuggled liquor will compel Impure?
ju. uccniisn ecry cane neld a
valley will hldo.an Illicit still.
31. Hecutixo every public convey
nine will bo tempted to turn 'boot
32. Ilccnuse disease will bn In!
creased through Impure liquors. jH
.13. llecause the llawallans foojj
that prohibition is directed ngalnst
34. llecnnse It Is dire led against
the Hawnllunn. Woolley says ItflJ
up to the Hawaiian. Jgj
nn, lleruuse the llawallans have,
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36. llccauso llawallans have
much right to chooso us others.
37. llecause there will bo dlrsa
Isfactiun among the Jnpcucse tabor
38. lleruuse tho Plantation ea
not get along without Japanese luboft
39. Ilccnuse the Portuguese waii(
their wine. Jjj
4'). 1 localise tho manufacture of
wine In these Islands supports man?!
41, llecause the cultivation of thi
grape will bo abandoned.
42. Ueiause Honolulu Is a
center. . M
43. llccauso, like the great riiJUIt
PaclfT; hotel It Is, Honolulu need
41. Ilccaiibo the majority of Illy
wall's peopla uro against prohibition!
4fi, llecausc tho prohibition nrguj
incuts are deliberate!) cxuggcratcdS
46. llecuiiho very little crlino Jicf
Is ever trniwd to liquor. 4m
47. Ilocmibo no Leglblaturo will
ever pass a prohibition law. HH
48. llecause prohibition Is nultt
to government by couimlsblon. SS
49. Ilocauso tho opinions of Mil
best thinkers aru ngullist prohlUij
KO, llcrnure wo are a sober com,
miinlty and icccnl the IiieuU of pro
HONOLIJLI' AMKUICAN. I
July 20, 1910, '
. Ul III
KNOX'S NEW PLAiN
WASHINGTON. July 0-
Knox has Inaugurated a new Planed
working ul foreign business by df
reeling consuls who hnve shown spa
clul fitness by ihclr reports to com!
home and meet trade bodies in thi
leading cities and Inform them a
foreign opportunities Tho first con
sul to be detailed to this work Jjj
James K. Dunning of Havre, France
who formerly was stationed ut Ml
lali. He will go first to PUtsburj
ami tnenco work west to bun rra
clsco In an effort to work up
lilblts for tlm cxixiidllnii ut Turi