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Snappy. Items for Busy Shoppers
HEW TRIMMINGS PEit S. S. 1URLINE
Persian. Colors arid DcuVn, on silk and net, will be ex
teniively uied this all. We have a fine new assortment.
JIAHD.BAQS In HunK-back. ' Alligator and Russian,
lined with Seal;, also', a choice lino in moderate priced
Roods from $1.50 up.
A O00D SHIRT-WAIST FOR $1 White-striped Madras
Waists, in a variety of patterns and all sizes, well tailored
and finished. Special, $1 each, vhile they last.
BUTTERICK PATTERNS Used by ladies who insist on
accuracy and style.
AUTOMOBILE VEILS Another consignnvsnt of our
$2.76 quality has just come to hand. The colors include
two pretty shades of Champagne; also, some of the latest
veilings In Spider-Web effects.
LUXURV SILK Anew wash fabric in silk effect, 34
inches wide, in all the newest shades. This is splendid
value at 25c per yard.
PILLOW-CASE AND ART LINEN.
ONYX HOSIERYThe well-known Onyx Hosiery, in
Cotton, Silk and Lisle.
PEQUOT A large shipment of the Pequot Sheets and
Sheeting is now beine unpacked. We are well stocked in
all widths and sizes at the old price.
Sachs' Dry Goods Co.
Corner Fort and Beretania Streets Opposite Fire Station
Leave Hawaii Promotion Committee Headquarters
MONDAY. WEDNESDAY and FRIDAY 10:30 a. ra., Pali; 3 p. m.,
Moanalua or Punchbowl.
TUESDAY, THURSDAY and SATURDAY 10:30 a. m., around
Diamond Head; 3 p. m., Pali.
SUNDAY 10:30 a. m., Pali; A p. m around Diamond Head.
CHAROE PER PASSENGER, $1
Cars can be hired for special occasions, $5 per hour. For par
Hawaii Promotion Committee
Honolulu Power Wagon Co., Owners. Office and Garage, South
Street. Near Kine
A Gas Water Heater with a Brain
Connects with every hot water faucet in the house.
You do not have to touch the heater at all.
Merely turn on the faucet, night or day; and the water
comes, scalding hot; turn off the faucet, and gas is extin
guithed, making it by far the most economical method
known of heating water.
DAILY I1KMO.NSTKATIO.VS AT TIID
Honolulu Gas Co., Ltd.
reluctant to leave flic islam), ami
stayed tbre during the few day that
the Concord remained oft. the lagoon
while loading hir shipment of fer
tiliser. The Concord sailed from Laysan Isl
flfi'l for Honolulu on July 20th ami
a long an tlio Inland remained In sight
Iho Japanese senooncr was seen In
Iho ofllng. There wan no pretense
apparently upon Iho part of iho Jap-
anew to quit the locality Tho vessel
rode at anchor and her sail were
down Iho most of the time. What has
awakmed considerable suspicion up
on I no part of tho Concord officers
The Second Week of Our
Sacrifice Clearance Sale
Will Begin Monday, Aug. 8
OUR GREAT SACRIFICE CLEARANCE
SALE is the talk of the town. Through
every department articles are marked at HALF
and some at LESS THAN HALF of their former
prices, offering rare opportunity to purchase at
little cost a supply of GOOD DRY GOODS.
You haye seen many dry goods clearance
sales. You have seen odds and ends that were
offered you. You have noted the left behinds
the dry goods that were in vogue several
seasons ago. You must not compare such fabrics
with our offerings, for these are all
The huge reductions speak for themselves. The
opportunity is now.
COME ONE COME ALL COME EARLY
Fort Street, opposite Catholic Church
wan that Iho Japancso schooner car
ried what appeared to be an cxccsslro
staff of "omccrs " The schooner was
well provisioned nnd carried sufllclont
food to last tho company for at least
a rear Tho vessel contained a largo
quantity of shark fins that the ofll
ccrx claimed to have secured while on
their long cnilno from the coast of
Japan to the bird Islands. It Is esti
mated that there are two thousand
rounds of fins aboard tho schooner.
As far as tho Concord officers could
discover tho Japanese had secured no
bird feathers or skins. At least they
professed to have no such cargo on
Rabbits by the"Tnbusands.
Ijiysan Island Is at present overrun
by thousands of rabbits. The bunnies
are said to bo In tho best of condition
If several pair brought back by tho
Concord can bo taken as a criterion
Tho first rabbits were introduced Into
tho Laysan colony by Max Schlemmcr
sdino tlmo ago. Following Iho scrip
tural Injunction of "Oo forth and mul
tiply " Mr and Mrd. Itnbbtt haye cer
tainly dono their duty along that lino
and they bid fair to outnumber the
members of Iho floonle- family
Thero Is plenty of feed for tho bun
nies us there aro said to be a mini
Iht of patches of long and succulent
green grass now growing on (ho Isl
and nnd surrounding tho largo lagoomi
there. Tho rabbits nnd the btrds arc
tho best of friends and appear to
dwell along lines of penco anil harmony.
When Max Schlemmcr discontinued
work on the guano ficldsort'tysanho
left a pair of mules. Ono of theso
dli-d some timo ago and left his whit
ened I ton en on the glittering beach as
mute testimony of u lonely demise.
Captain Smith ran across tho other
mule, and It was having the tlmo
of Its young life. The unlmal was
fat and sleek and did not show much
cvldcnro of grief over tho untimely
death of .Its mate. TI'Crjnule.was.
placed aboard tho Concord and was
brought truck to Honolulu.
Laysan Is Desolate,
I.aysan island presents a rather des
olate appearance these days. A num
ber of the buildings aro rapidly fall
ing Into decay. The light houso erec
ted by Hchlcmmor at tho tlmo of his
colonization of tho lonely Islet still
stands nnd Is well preserved. Tho
carientcr shop has been used by tho
.last gang of Japanese poachers to
homo and protect their accumulation
of feathers and birds' wings from the
elements, A- orllon of tho windward
sldo of this structure has boon knock
ed In either by visitors or by the elo
minis. Homo of Iho oilier buildings
aro now minus n fiorllon of their
Tho mile or more of tramway and
the little cars nr) still thcro while
down near Iho entrance lo tho lagoon
tho rcninlnH of n steam launch owned
by Iho guano ieoplo lays rusting and
dernylng on tho beach.
No Plumane There.
That tho officers and men from Iho
Thetis did their work woll during
i their recent raid of tho Island lire-
! serves Is bonio out bv tho condition
of the feathers and skins now there,
'it Is presumed that tho revenue olll
cers used lime or some other moan
of destroying tho liber of the fouthcrs
as ope building on tho Island, a struc
ture of thirty by forty fort contnlns
Iho remains of feathers to n depth of
nearly four feet. Tho uctlon of Iho
weather and somo rheinlcnl prepara
tion has rendered lb" fentherH value-
Correct Clothes for Men
QT A If
IT is not a difficult matter to interest
careful dressing men and young
men in BENJAMIN CLOTHES every
where in this country. They're known
as the best styled garments which it is
possible to obtain.
,. BENJAMIN CLOTHES
are made in New York by the moist
gifted tailors in the world. Their grace
and good form is recognized by the
critical men and young men the world
over and their quality is an absolutely,
known quantity which over a third of
a century of experience has made ex
Prices from $20 to $35
The name, can bo said of n quantity
of skins that hnvo b;cn left Hi tho
largo storo houno on Iho Island. There
Is nothing in tho way of plumage left
on tho Island that can be considered
of commercial value
Birds Walt the Poacher.
Clouds, of birds encircle and find a
resting place on Uiysan island these
days. It has I een somo months since
any systematic work of killing on (he
feathered tribe has been prosecuted
at this Island. Tho birds proved n
nuisance to (ho men who wcro dig
ging guano at tho beds. They were
In tho way of tho shncUrs ami en
countered the feet of tho workmen ns
they wheeled tho fertilizer from Iho
deposit to tho little wharf, whero It
was loaded Jnto tho whalo boats anil
transferred to tho Concord.
Tho Concord officers believe that
should tho Japanese belonging to the
schooner go ashore again, they would
find sufficient Inducement to nmko
their stay there of profit provided of
cotirso that they are not apprehended
und prevented In their work of leach
ing by tho United States authorities.
Concord Was Cone a Month.
The Concord was away for about
omf month. Tho vessel returned yes
terday with nhout socnty flvo tons
of fertilizer. Tho essel Is being op
erated by Captuln Frederick Miller.
Tho little vessel met with some rough
weather on the homeward trip. For
two days strong gales nnd rough seas
prevailed as tho vessel rode at anchor
It Is reported that Immediately fol
lowing a Hiniall. Ihero is n marked I in
provement In tho condition of tho
bunch grass that now grows moro or
less luxuriantly upon largo portions of
the Island. This grass Is said to teach
a height of flvo feet Tho Concord
I was but Ave days making I.aysan Isl
nnd after leaving Honolulu 'ilio os
scl left hero on July 9lh and nlno
days wcro spent at tho island In tak
ing on Iho shipment of guano.
One Japanese Deserts.
One .InnaucMo sailor and workman
taken down to Laysan by tliu Coacortij
concluded to itcsert mat Missel upon
arrlvnl at l-nysan. He did not mani
fest any such Intention until the ar
rival of the- Japanese schooner when
ono night ho quietly slipped away
and was taken on board tho vessel
owned by his countrymen. However
tho Concord returned with tho same
number of men. A Jnpaneso sailor be
longing to the schooner agreed to Jolu
Iho Concord and ho Is now contented
ly nt work nt the. railroad wharf
where tho fertilizer brought by tho
essel Is being discharged.
Sharks and Turtles.
There uro plenty of sharks to bo
found near tho Toefs that surround
Inysan. Tho skipper nnd mates ol
tho Concord secured a number of the
man eaters. They also reiwrt a largo
nuinhti of turtles on tho Island. Ono
that was catiRlil Just befnro tho cs
sel sailo.) for Honolulu would easily
iiirn tho scutes at two hundred and
Tho turtles swarm tho benches at
night and llko the rabbits fall an easy
proy to tho hunters. With tho latter,
tho men did not waste an ammunition
its nbout all that they had to do was
to go about the Inland nt night with
u lighted Inntern. Tho rnys from tho
lamp served td attract tho attention
of Iho rnhblts and they wcro quite
Was, OneSchooner Wrecked?
According to tho Japanese officers
who wnro left nt Laysan thoy claim
that ono of the Jnpaneso schooner
sent out from Japan lo make n call
at the various bird Inlands has been
wrecketl. It Is understood that somo
.inrm t iii.nnlr.n. t'fxfl rt,4 with
Jill., un ,., n,LnuKV n,... h ...
while Iho esHCl was cruising near
tho French Frigate Hlioms it is os-
siblo JUnt tills Is tho vessel that, was
expected to icnch La)stin und Lyilu
sVy the toiler p.trt of March or tho
first n( April und which was expected
would full Into tho hands of tho" rCv.
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SCHOONER ASKS Its way -across
tho .ocean. It Is easy enough, for a
person to find his wayTcnm!-a":ou
tlncnt by asking tho wny of tho occur
slonal passerby, but It would; hnrdly
bo considered safo or oven posslbla
for a veshel to make a lonj; voyago
by the name system.
Hut si traveled are tho occarilaueo
that this has been accomplished'' In
coniu Instniires. Itcccutly tho French
liner, "J-i Savole." (wo days' out at
Havre, was called upon by ri sailing
ship, bound cast, to glvo her Iod'kI.
tudo. In other words, tho scliooner
wanted to know Just now near to tho
const of EurOpo she had nrrlrot and
whnt tlmo of day It was.
It wo learned that tho nWpper
had died, and no other member of
tho crew wits iiblo to muiq ob&erva
tloiitf with tho sextant.
Tho oftlccrH of tho line earn tho
Bulling ship tho dtxdrcd information,
tho international code oC Elguals bo
Ing emplnjed to ask for and to fur
nish It Tho speeding Hncr woa ob
llgpd to slow up to accommodate thd
sailing vessel. Except In casta "of
illro distress, llko that ot Uio root
schooner In this oaso, to bother 9
liner Irr, such fashion wonld ba as.lm
pertinent us It would bin for a person
to flag a-limited train to nsk tbo'coii
doctor how far It wun to tho naxt
TH13 AMKMCAN bark Aiq6nLItc3l.dj
has cleared anil sallod, for Southern
California. Tho vessel doparfed yrt
terday morning with a shipment ofj
scrap Iron, pineapples land rice. Hoc
destination l San rcilro,
We Are Packing Up !
Remember That It's the
Last Chance for Real Bargains i
PARISIAN ART CO.,
Fort Street, Harrison Building