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evening nui.tETiN, Honolulu, t h. TrnsruY, at, a. toio.
Snappy Items for Busy Shoppers
i ".NEW TRIMMINfJS PER S. S. LUIILINE
,f Persian Colors and Design, on silk and net, will be ex
pensively, used this fall. We have a fine new assortment.
HAND-BAGS i-In Home-back Alligator and Russian,
lined with Seal; also, a choice line in moderate priced
'goods from $1.50 up. ' v
A GOOD SHIRT-WAIST FOR $1 White striped Madras
Waists, in a variety of patterns and all sizes, well tailored
and finished. Special, $l'each, while they last.
BVTTERICK PATTERNS Used by ladies who insist on
..accuracy and style.
AUTOMOBILE VEILS Another consignment of our
$2.75 quality has just come to hand. The colors include
two pretty shades of Champagne; also, some of the latest
veilings In Spider-Web effects. '
LUXURY SILK Anew wash fabrio in silk effect, 31
inches wide, in all the newest shades. This is splendid
value at 25c per yard.
' PILLOW-CASE AND ART LINEN.
ONYX HOSIERY The well-known Onyx Hosiery, in
C6tton, Silk and Lisle.
PEQUOT A large shipment of the Pcquot Sheets and
,; Sheeting is now being unpacked. We are well stocked in
all' widths and sizes nt the old. price.
Sachs' Dry Goods Co.
"' Corner Fort and Bcreta'nin Streets Opposite Fire Station
Xeave Hawaii Promotion Committee Headquarters
MONDAY. WEDNESDAY and FRIDAY 10:30 a. m., 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; 3 p. m., around Diamond Head.
CHARGE 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 King
Local ArraVcmcnts for Motors and
Lunch May Be Cancelled, as
Milne Expects Too Much.
A?cirdlng to Information Just re
ceived Manager Mlhiu of Los Ange
les Examiner Tourist Party will lie
til Olincult) when lie arrives liero In
transporting hi 110 guests nround
(lie clt) and In feeding tlicm while
Milne mado arrangements with the
Halt Tree to lunch 250 persons for
otio dollar each, but iiikhi receipt of
the news that the parly wan to con
tain but 111) the inaiuiger of the Han
Tine wroto that the one dollnr rate
dd not go. It would lime to be il.Cu
If the number was less than 200.
Along tho snmo line the arrange
ments for transportation to the beach
anil other places of Interest by motor
havo been held tip tho latest demand
being that two machines shall bo fur
nished .Milne all dny.
Mllnu has tnken his troublos to
I'rpniotlon Committee by cnblo hut
Acting decretnry Cooper can't see
that ho Is rcspoiiBlhto for tho trou
bles of the man from the nngel city,
and us this pnrty is a private one
run by Mllno for profit to himself
Promotion Committee will not meet
tho parly or rocognlxo It officially.
The pnrty Is duo here on tho Mon
golla August 15.
Itcdiictlons In Pullman sleeping
nr rates between Chicago, St. Paul
and Seattle and other points aro do
laycd by a court Injunction granted
against the Interstate Commerce
It was Giovanni Vlrglnjo Schla
jinrelll, the distinguished astrono
mer who died recently In Italy, who
discovered the much-dlscussi'd ranal
UKo markings on the planet Mars.
The Second Week of Our
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Sacrifice Clearance Sale
Will Begin Monday, Aug, 8
OUft 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 have 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.
COJUJE ONE COME ALL COME EARLY
Fort Street, opposite Catholic Church
Envoys WilJ Come From Mtiny Coun
tries for the Big Celebration in
Mexico City, Aug 2 Two moro
governments have announced the ap
pointment of special representatives
to the Mexican Centennial celebration
next month. At the foreign odlco It
has Just been announced that Hol
land bus named J Ixiudou to act as
tho representative! of that country
Mr. Ixmdon Is the envoy extraordin
ary and minister plenipotentiary to
Tho special envoy from the Argen
tine Hepubllc will be Counnundaiite
Plloss. He will come to a Mexican
portjn the Argentine frigate. Snrinl
ento, and will bu accompanied by a
staff of eight olllcers and tweirty-threo
The frigate will lonie up the At
lantic coast by the way of Itlo de .la
nelro, Trinidad and Yucatan. The
party will land at Vera Crux during
the first few- dujs of September and
wll probably come by special train
from Vera Crux to Mexico City.
Most every country that has been
invited to send representatives to
Mexico next month has been heard
from favorably, and It will bo a bril
liant nrrny of diplomats who will
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pany can offer the steamer Queen
for the trip to Honolulu.
With this Information, the oxcur
slon was piopoxed to l.os Angelei
Chamber of Commerce for two par
ties to eomc to , Honolulu sailing
from San Pedro, The proposition,
arrorillliKtttfr JVooil. fell upon re
ceptive ears, MAitl'ailcomiulttce from
the- l.cn Angeles chamber has been
appointed t(j eiile'e,tlio excursions,
one of wli!elV will be'lu' Honolulu
for tho l4'orliiary festival.
AnotherBchcme which Mr. Wood
proposed, while on the Coast was to
the 1'uclnc Mull and Southern Pa
cific companies. ,
These two companies maintain at
present two lectin ers In the Held In
the Mlddlewcat lecturing on Pud Ik
Coast cities, scenery and opportuni
ties, each being supplied with a line
iissortment of lantern slides for the
Mr. Wood proposed that these lec
turers should devote part of their
time to lecturing on Hawaii and Ori
ent points reached by 'the Pncllie
Mall company, and the plan receive)
the hearty Indorsement of A. 0. U.
Kerrell of the passenger department
of the Pacific Mall. James Hors
burgh Jr. of the passenger depart
ment of the Southern Pacific nlso fell
In with the plan and' thought !'
would be a good one.
Illustrated matter and slides will
bo forwarded from Honolulu ns soon
as final arrangements havo been
made, so thnt the lecturers will b
supplied with ammunition on Ha
wall to lire at the population of tho
"We are so much Jiottor off than
formerly In regard to steamers,
said Mr. Wood again. "The Wll
helmlna, which 1 came down on this
time, Is a fine boat. It Is not Ho
palatial as some of tho other steam
ers, but It Is comfortable, and the
service Is exccllont. So It Is with
tho Sierra. And n year ago we did
not havo theso steamers,"
Speaking of tho work being done
nt Atlantic City, Mr. Wood thought
that In time it would be self.sup
porting from n financial standpoint,
but at picsont the work being donu
there Is giving the Islands the best
"It Is estlmutcd that J3G0, 000,000
Is spent annually by American tour
ists tu Europe, and If we can got
Just one per cent, of this amount In
Hawaii, It will be a good beginning.
I will say, too, that as n result of
the work that has been done ut At
lantlc City, several European trips
havo been given up and tho persons
contemplating them aro now- headed
toward Hawaii nnd will be hero
within tho noxt fow months."
In the work nt Atlantic City the
whole Puclllc was exploited, with Ha
waii ns tho central point, said Mr.
Wood. Tho Welcome Society of Ja
pan and other organizations In the
Par l.'Jist furnished pamphlets and
other Information for distribution at
the Hawaiian exhibit, and hotel lists
and other valuable Information fur
the Orient, as far west ns Colombo,
weio on file, to say nothing of Pi
tlllc Islands to the south of Hawaii
Hnllroad schedules mid maps for
everything west of Now York were
at hand, and It was the plan-of Mr
Wood to havo complete iiiformutlnt.
Correct Clothes for Men
TT is not a difficult matter to interest
careful dressing men and young
men in BENJAMIN CLOTHES every
where in this country. They're knownj
as the best styled garments which it m
possible to obtain. H
are made in New York by the mos
gifted tailors in the world. Their grace
and good form is recognized by the
nritinnl men and vmrno mpn fhp wnrlrl
over and their quality is an absolutely
h known quantity which over a third ofj
n , a
BQJamliCl2ihi a century 01 experience nas made exa
wwwau,' tremely high.
Prices from $20 to $33
for n tour of the Orient west, with
New York ns a starting point.
Literature of the China coast
cities, Philippines, Straits Settle
ments and other places visited by
Oriental tourists was at hand for the
Information of Inquirers, and they
were supplied with first-hand Infor
mation as well by Mr. Wood, whoso
recent trip to the Orient rendered
him peculiarly fitted to supply this
In regard to the barring of the
slnglrg bos nt Atlantic City, Mr.
Wood stated thnt after It was Known
to the guestsi at .Miullioroiigh-llln.il.
helm that It' wus the manager of
that hotel who wan responsible far
sending the bos away, a strenuous
protest was made. The manaor,
however, having taken his stand,
would not back down and havo the
hoys romo back, and they nro now
at Asliury Park, where they are
drawing largo crowds They will
perhnas, do more good than nt At
lantlc City, for their now place Is
one of the most exclusive rrslden
Hal sections ou the Atlantic coast.
and their hit there will turn manj
persons of wealth towaid Hawaii.
Porto Hlco was Interested In the
work done at the Hawaiian exhibit
and did something along the sniirtj
It Is hoped by Mr Vv'ood thnt co
operation with other committees
from the Par Kast ran bo rftnde for
next year ami a largo tide of tiavel
turned toward the Pacific.
XAST WEEK of our
During this week our great sale proved so successful that wc
decided to continue it for another week. The householders of Honrl
took advantage of our generous offer in allowing them iroods at rti
' vmjrijij; iiuiu -u iu v - uii "luiiuiij rucs, ana as we suit lis
number of bargains left in all lines, we would advise those who will 1
need of household furniture within the next few months to avail U
selves of this opportunity. '
Metal & Brass Beds
$ 5.00 Metal $ 3.50
17.50 " 11.75
21.00 " 14.00
23.00 " 15.00
28.00 " .' 10.00
32.00 " 20.00
40.00 " 25,00
38.50 Brass 28.00
00,00 " 40.00
100.00 " 60.00
On tho l.urllno, which leaves for
Han l'lanclsco this evening, u well
known resident of thu Islands is de
parting. I,. C. Parish, who for tho
past tvvcntj eight enrs has been set
tled In Hawaii, Is leaving with his
family to try his fortuno on a South
ern California!! ranch. Pniish came
to Hawaii from New Zealand ami, nf
tcr a short stay In Honolulu, went to
tho Parker Hanch cm Hawaii whero
he remained for many jeara.
Uiter on Parish wns emploved In
Honolulu In various jiosltloiis mid, fin
ally, was Induced to Join tho lxillc-o
department minor Sheriff .Inrrott Mill
cer Parish proved to bo a popular man
on the ikiIIco foico mid his departuio
to tho mainland Is regretted by his
fellow oftlccrs who, however, wish him
luck In his new venture.
$14.00 Golden Oak.
21.00 " " .
25.00 " " " ,
36.00 " " .
G8.00 " " .
The exportation of chalk nnd rrny
ons from the United States has been
steadily Increasing In the lineal year
HlOt It amounted to M",C1C, In lUO'J to
$22.00 Golden Oak $10.50
28.00 Weathered Oak 10.00
Our rcg-ular stock of Nottinghams,
Cables, Irish Points nnd Brussels, in
white and Arabian, nt
25 per cent discount
Odd Pairs Half Price
$11.00 Golden Oak W
14.50 " "
- 35.00 " "
$1000 worth of FIIAMEI)J
TURF.S, in Prints, Etchings, It
and Oils, ranging in price frol
to $20, all go at SO"- DISC0UI1
j. hopp & co., vn
The House of Quality 185 Kings
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