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EVENlNd nOLLKTIN, HONOLULU, T. It.. WEDNESDAY. JUL
,Y 27. 1910.
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Attractive Display of
SWISS AND CAMBRIC EMBROIDERIES AND INSER
" TIONS-A choice lot In new and pretty patterns.
LADIES' BATHING SUITS In 31aek and Navy Alpaca,
with white trimmings. Also, a few with Scotch Plaid pip
ing on the blouse ; very stylish cut.
NEW CURTAIN SCRIM In artistic stenciled designs,
at 25e per yard.
FINE FIGURED BATISTE 80 inches wide, and all
new patterns; 0 yards for $1.
INFANTS' CASHMERE SACQUES Embroidered in
Fink, Bine and White; from $2.75 to $3.60.
NEW SHIPMENT OF R. & 0. CORSETS has just been
nnpacked. We can now fill orders in all sizes and styles
' - in this popular corset.
ONYX HOSIERY Wc have a full stock of these well
known goods, in Cotton, lisle and Silk. We recommend
our Plain Black Cotton Gauze, 3 pair for $1, as the best
value offered at this price; correct weight and texture.
LADIES' LINOERIE DRESSES In the latest overskirt
and short-sleeve effects. $14 to $20.
RUBBERIZED SILK RAIN COATS In plain colon and
stripes, from $14.50 up.
Sachs' Dry Goods Co.
Corner Fort and Bcrctinin Streets Opposite Fire Station
causes nine-tenths of all sickness.
Indigestion followed by headache,
general listlessness, despondency,
enfeebled action of the mind and
body, cold, clammy feet and hands
and paleness are, sure, signs ,of poor
circulation. If not taken in time
serious trouble will follow That
tired feeling comes from sluggish
Duffy'sPure Malt Whiskey
The: World's Greatest Medicine
will brich'en von, A teasnoonful
3 or 4 times a day in half a glass of
milk or Water
will make you
healthy. It en
riches the blood,
tones ud the Whole ihvstem,
an absolutely nurc 'distillation of
malted grain, producing a liquid
food, requiring no digestion, which
is one of the most effective tonio
stimulants and invigorators known
to science; its palatability and free
dom from injurious substances ren
der it so that it can be retained by
tho most sensitive stomach.
DUFFY MALT WHISKEY CO.,
Rochester, N. Y., U. S. A.
COST TOO MUCH
TO THROW AWAY
BUY A "KING OF ALL" OR A "RESH" STROP AND
KEEP A KEEN EDGE ON THE OLD BLADES.
Benson, Smith & Co.,
FORT AND HOTEL STREETS
"Tdrm.-jFoj. pour Weeks on
Complete Hat Stock
1 028 Nntiann St.
MEN'S LAUNDRY WORK
J. -ABADIE, Prop.
MAY'S OLD KONA COFFEE
Best in the Market
To Mr. nnd TAn. Harold nice, at
KcnliniL Mnltl, n pon, on July 18.
To .Mr. nnd Mrs. W. K. Smith, nt
Walnllm,.Kaual, a.iop, their third, on
To1 Mr. and Mrs. Claude Vhltc,-of
lyllatiea, KbuhI, a on, on July IK.
To Mr. nnd Mrs. V. V. Sanborn, nt
llanalcl, Knual, n son, on July Ti,
Next Friday afternoon thcro will
lio nnotlicr meeting of the Liquor
Commissioner, when the petition of
two applicants will bo heard for li
censes to do business for tho coming
Wing Chung I.ung. who had for
merly held n retail llccnso nnd did
something' of n wholesale business,
hag now applied fur n wholesale W
cense for premises on Hotel and Ma
Tho other applicant whoso peti
tion will come before tho board on
Friday Is M. 0. Sllva, who In the,
pnst ran the Kuuichnmcha Saloon,
outside tho tiro limits, and had his
plnco closed. He has now asked fur
ii location opposite tho Japanese the
ater on Maunnken street.
H E N'R Y MAY
& C 0.
REGAL SHOE CO.
Kin? and Bethel.
FOR YOUR GROCERIES. SEE
AMERICAN BROKERAGE CO.
03-05 Kinj Street, near Maunakea
Phone 201 Daily Delivery
HlhO. Hawaii, July 25. The
First niuiti or Illlo will start a new
branch nt llnnokna. This completes
the chain of banks which the Instl
til Hull has nil over this Island, as It
will now be represented in Win,
Kona, Kolialn nnd llainakiiu,
Manager I'atten of thn Hank of Illlo
nnd Manager Myers of the Illlo Trust
Company spent lost Saturday at Ho
uokaa .making arrangements for the
h(iw brunch. All necessary arrange
incuts have been completed, and the
now Institution will bturt nt once.
Wcllesley girls are going tu t.iko
up farming. The problem of keeping
the boys on the farm is neurlug u to
lntlou Toledo Illade.
tWfSm Mazda 1
IfPjL ol tI,c currcnt consumed by H
Wwk The von taii-Young 'I
HILO LAP MEN
Illlo. Hawaii, July 25. Harmony,
unity and n decided stand against pro
hibition woro tho main subjects of the
meeting of, the Illlo tjibor Union,
which took placo last Friday.
Tho first business taken up was
tho rending of the report of tho
treasurer, which showed u balance of
$105.30, which wus regarded ns very
Contractor Chan. Arloll asked
through one of tho members that the
Union furnish him laborers for his
Honolll contrnct work, nnd submitted
n certain schcdulo of tho day's work
to bo done per man on various
clnsses of work. Ho wanted tho
Union tq guarantee that Its members
would work according1 to this sched
ule. After some'' dlerusslon It wus
decided that It' was lnipoiUlldo for the
Union to gve sucii nj'pnarantee, but
It would warrant ihal fts members
would all do a good,. day's work. Tho
secretary was Instructed to so notify
On the suggestion of II. It. .N'alltnu
It was dcelded to celebrate Ijibor Day
with n parade and n lunu, and the fol
lowing committees were appointed Ui
enroll new members nnd to levy an
nssessment of $1 from each to pay
for the luau: Walaken M. K. Ken
Inwau, II. II, Nallmu; Kukuau Dan
Kalhenul, W. II. Winchester; llllo-r
Joe Vlerru, J. I'. Hale; I'llhonuu--David
Kwnllko, II. Ahulim; I'uuco
David Kwnllko, Jus. Kepoo; Walnaku
John Drown, Moa.
A motion by J. P, Hale that Union.'
clubs bn organized Ml over North and
South Illlo, carried, and the mutter
was referred to the executive commit
tee. Koaluwau, Kepoo and Hale spoke
on harmony und Industry on the part
of tho members.
Chairman Kwnllko .called attention
to the fact that tho day of tho plebi
scite, was nt hand. Kvery member of
tho Union should go tu tho polls and
Vlerru added llrit tho Hawullans
wcro not n race of drunkards, a de
generate people. DocaiiBu one or two
agitators were worxlng for prohibi
tion that was no reason why they
should be obeyed.
Uotlt theso speeches wcro answered
by loud applause and cries of "sure,
Tho lawyer who' loflea most (if his
suits usually has a scunt wardrobe.
for Post Cards and Views, A
new stock of Albums, in
Cloth, Paper, Seal and Burnt
Make it a point to care for
your Post Cards and Views
by putting them in
Photo Supply Co.,
FORT BELOW HOTEL .
Pure Spun Silk Shirts
A MOST unusual trade condition enabled us to
secure about thirty dozen pure spun silk shirts
at such a low price that we are able -to offer them to
you at about half the regular price.
They are made of the finest soft spun silk, and as
to the workmanship and character of the shirts they
need but to be seen to be admired. AH sizes are re
presented in the lot, and although the quar.tity may
seem large, the price is so extraordinarily low that it
behooves you to take advantage of it without delay.
The price is
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THEONEER PLUMBER SUMMER DAYS AND
182 MERCHANT STREET
Pau Ka Hana
F. E. DAVIS,
Merchant and Nuuann Streets j
) Look for the Egg
it has been suggested that it is a waste of time for
one to try and discover why a black hen lays a
v . . ' white ego. get the ego. it is likewise a waste of
time, for the owner of a burroughs adder or a
national cash register to look for a disconnection when
either machine gets out of order. an expert can do the
work in less than half the time, and at the same ratio
' of expense; ,
the wise man has his cash register and his bur
roughs adder gone over, by one who understands, once
in so 'often. we have the man and will execute any in
specti0n order entrusted to us. your machines will
have longer life and will give all the satisfaction the
manufacturers guarantee if our expert examines them,
he is not looking for jobs;1 he is looking for possible de
fects so he may plug the germ in its habitat. we want
to look over your cash register, if you have one, or
sell you one if you are taking chances on your cash. we
want you to let us look over your burroughs, if you
have one, or sell you one, and helr you to get through
with your work, if you have not.
j lhe waternouse bo.,
TACTORY AND SALESROOMS QUEEN. NEAR NUUANU STREET M
U OFFICE JUDD BUILDING U