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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, August 11, 1910, 3:30 EDITION, Page 3, Image 3',
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evening ntiu.nTiN, noNOT.ri.rj. t ti Tii'nsnAY. Am. 11, mm.
Snappy Items for Busy Shoppers
NEW TRIMMINGS PER S, S. IURLINE-
PcrslAn Colors nnil Design, on silk ami net, will be es
tensively used this fall. We have a fine new assortment.
HANDBAQS In Horne-back Alligator and Russian,
lined with Seal; also, a choice line in moderate priced
goods from $1.50 up.
A GOOD SHIRT-WAIST FOR $1 White striped Madras
Waists, in a variety of patterns and all sizes, well tailored
and finished. Special, $1 each, while they last.
BUTTERICK 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 Spidcr-Wcb effects.
LUXURY SILK Anew wash fabrio 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 HOSIERY The well-known Onyx Hosiery, in
Cotton, Silk and Lisle.
PliQUOT A large shipment of the Pequot Sheets and
Sheeting is now being unpneked. We arc well stocked in
all widths and sizes at the old price.
Sachs' Dry Goods Co.
Corner Tort and Beretania Streets Opposite Fire Station
John Davey Of Kent, 0., Heading
Movement To Destroy English Sparrows
LOS ANOIM.r.S. .lulv 2S To free
servlco n submarine boats of peril.
Id limine tlio saving of liven iitiit of
boats' when submarine for nnj cuuso
full to rlso to tlio Hiirfncp when de
sired nre the purposes of ii -remarkable
Invention pntented b John S.
Blum of thN city mill submitted to
Chief Constructor of the Nim W. I
Cnpps In Washington for nilopllon.
Mr. Sims lias designed n pair of
cylindrical shells, ouu lilting tlghtlv
within tho' other mid both pruvldd
villi openings that can bo made to
register opposite to each other. Tlio
outer shell l stationary mid Is pro
vided with nn opening leading Into
th'e vinter and also w'lth an opening
coiiiniiinlcntlug with tlio Interior of
tlio boat. Tlio Inner shell Is provided
with a single 0Hnlng. lly lovnlvlng
the Inner shell this opening ran bo
brought Into correspondence with ei
ther of ' tlio openings In tlio outer
When icglstoied'to tlio Inner own
ing of tlio outer shell u mail may
ciawl Into the Inner shell. Means are
provided, controlled from the Inside
to rotate tlio Inner shell, so that Its
opening conosponds to tlio opening
In tho outer shell communicating with
the exterior wntcr, which will fill the
Olllcers .!. 1. Oldlng nnil Johnston
nud member of the crew of the
Grampus nnil tho l'lko of the submar
ine fleet hno Indorsed tho Intention.
A!.OIi:US, July 23. Messages
from Vet Indicate litlltnn Mulul has
become practically a ImniUldnl ma
nia:. Ills deposition and tho' res
dilution to the throne of his broth
er, Abdul Axl, are considered mat
ters of u few more weeks. No one
at court Is free from the ruler's Ills
of murderous fury. The tortures ho
inllluts upon those who Incur his
wrntli uro fearful, and his advisers
have experienced tho greatest dllll
culty Is in eventing tlio ordeilng of
massacres In stner.il districts. Tim
European mllltnry men with whom
Mulul llalld surioutiiled himself have
deserted htm, nml the Sultan cou'd
not tope with u widespread revolt
l'rench Inlluenco Is gencratlv
blamed for tha condition of the Sul
tan. The Oalllc representatives at
court have forced hint, for their own
lnli-rests. Into nil kinds of policies
in. knew would be. detrimental to
himself and tho brooding over till
r mi,llll(in or affairs caused him to
bo. omo n drug fiend until his tcason
REACH A MAXIMUM
NOW YOUK. Julv 2-1 A for
Ihe tontract to rnlsu the lump-ship
Maine In llnvnna hnrlsir win b, sub
mltted to the War t)ep.irlni"iii b)
John Arbjiclclo. nccordliig in un an
announcement, by Mr. Arbuikli who
believes that his .success In raising
tho Yankee was stilllclQiit pvld'iir-o of
ubllltv In the line of floating wrecks
to back up his bid,
"I have recently been eominunlc.it
lug with tlio acting Hctrt-tiuv of
War," ho explained, "and when n in.
forms mo that bids uie lir. iie.l for
tho contract for tho nil-dug of the
Mnlno wo will be on band I have
full fnltli that 1 can raise tin- wreck.
I have outlined my plan to several
nnal otllccrs iind they shan mv con
Alienee. "I hate not told' (lie Win Iiepart
ment what my plans nre or turn much
they will cost, but I will lintel in a hid
at tho proper time. I do inn know
that any one elso lias been in coin
municntlim with tho War li lurtincnt
on tho subject. No bids Ii,ii- been
put lit yet, us they have t been
SPANISH PREMIER SAYS NO WAR
MADIUD, Aug. 1.- In spite ol
alarming reports that tin Carllst
revolutionary movement Is spreading
in tho lllscaynn province of Spain.
Premier Canalejns todnj announced
that the tolk of civil war, i ilsecl by
tho rlcilcal press, Is itbsiiid
"There is no question but that the
majority of the Spanish people nre
with us," said tho piemler "With
the government, tho courts and the
army on our ulile It Is idle to talk
Clerical newspapers todm are de
manding tlio dismissal of C.inalejas
by the king. They blame the pin
mler ant! upbraid Alfonso for railing
under tho baneful Influence of cor
nipt niuf scheming advisers and as
sert that unless the government
shows nn early desire In tuiiclllate
tho Vutl-'iili tlio iiion.'irc h wilt bu
overthrown by tho loul Cithollcii
It Is officially announced that
King Alfonui will (ontlnile hlspres
out cuurso us outlined In I'analejas
Rigorous measures .will be taken to
prevent tho publication of Incen
diary newspaper attacks which aro
expeetrd to follow bo government's
cikiiisi: ih:t i:i:
wive, ami Tin: .UK.
KENT, O,, July 30 John Davey of Kent Is heading n now society or
ganized to kill nil English spairovvs In tho I itltul States. Mr. Davey
has boon a hater of the sparrow for a good inunj years, Ho lias talked
and willten on tho subject nml hus tried to intciest his friends In sounding
tho ilcutliklicll of tlio nols birds. The Y M C A. organization piomlses
to. help Mr. Davey in. bis uoik, ncioidlng to his stiituueiit. Mr. Davey
Insists that n united mcnouient mint bo started or tho robins mid blue
birds will lio a thing of tho past in this country !u n very short time. Hut
wllut Is moro linpoitaut, Mr. Davey Insists that tho sparrows am tho cause
of destroving thousands of trees and the giout damage to crops, Tho
sparmw bus tho Ming birds Badly lodtued In numbers. Mr. , Davey says,
and Ih'u Ming hlids nre Iho enemies of the Injects and hugs that Invest
WASIIINC.TON. I). C, July 20.
Tho llutenii of Statistics reports that
for tho Ilsiul jenr ending Juno 30.
I!) 10. America exported $7fi8,0i)0,fH)O
of manufactured goods, which con
stitutes the record thus far. in 18S0
the amount exported was only Jl-0,-000.000:
In 1S90. $179,000,000, and
ten years ngo $485,000,000. All this
Is exclusive of tlio oxports of raw
products, figures for which have not
ct been compiled, nnil shows that
In spite of the recent depicsslon in
business, tho nation Is rapidly In
cieaslng In Its nblllty to munufue
ture tlio raw material produced, and
keeping In the country tho money
that would otherwise bo spent In
working up the products" In foreign
rou lit rles.
Tho exports to Canada also In-
re.ised :!2 per lent, over tho previ
II UII.KY, STOCK WUTIt KXl'JIliT.
HE ADVERTISER who
uses the classified column
has one distinct advantage
over a competitor who can
afford display space. The classified advertiser talks
Ho a buyer who knows what he wants. People who
read classified advertisements do so because they are
looking- for something-. When the1 classified advertiser
tells them where to find it, the Bulletin reader
is prompt in lesponse. Classified ndvertisers in tho
Bulletin nre charged but one cent n word.
UST ARRIVED, a new line of
MEN'S SHIRTS made of Soiesette
in plain and fancy stripes. These
shirts are made with soft French
double cuffs and separate soft collars
to match the shirts. Also' a line of
soft collars and collar pins.
Soiesette has the lustrous, rich
texture of pongee, but wears many
times as long and costs but a fraction
ARMY AND NAVY
The ''plucking board," appointed to
recommend llfteen names of naval of
ficers to be condemned to compulsory
letlreinent, this cur will consist of
the following rear admirals: Itlch
anl Waiuwrlght, A. (1. llerry. J. II
Murdork, C K Vreelaml nnil Aaron
Ward, with Commander T Washing
ton as recorder. The boanl met In
Washington on Jnnu 1.
Ilovorly, -Muss , Aug 2 President
Arthur T llndley of Yale has been
asked by President Tuft of Yale, '7S,
to head tho commission to decide
whether iull,roads shall bo allowed to
water their Issues of stocks ami
bonds. Dr Dudley is trying to llguro
out whether he can get enough time,
oh" fioiii school Iioiiih
Ni:V YOIIK, Aug. 2. Clifford U.
Harmon must choose botween his nir
ship nml his wire that Is, Mrs. Hur
nion says she "hopes my husband Is
Biitlslled with his llylng offortB of tho
mist and will stop them now." Mr.
Harmon, who has llvo French mucliln-
Uts tluit ho keeps busy tinkering with
his airships, Is trying to convince his
wire that he Is not going to be killed
In tho meantime ho Is resting from
his attack on n tree, tho trco still do
ing In position, while Mr lliiuuon Is
nursing a number or bruises Mr
Harmon Is one of tho wealthiest real
estuto men In New York, Hiding in
tho ulr Is his hobby. Ilo wants to en
tor some of the races between Now
York unci Chicago, but Mrs. llnrinon
says no, and In tho long distance con
tests It look.! as though Mis Harmon
en Million. '
In compliance with u cable from
tho war department, tho headiiiart
crs, Held, stuff and bund, "ml 1'leld
Artlllc ry.huve been relieved from duly
nt Fort McKlnley, effective us soon
after July 14 as practicable, nud will
proieed to Camp tlrcgg, I'aliguslnali,
for station. Tho entire battalion will
bo under the command of Major
tieorgo W Vim Iteuseii.
The topographical survey station at
San I'edro Macatlf llt.il. Philippine
Islands, under the charge of Lieuten
ant Clarence C Kldley, Corps of Un
glnecrs, has been discontinued and
the latter will takn station at Camp
Ward Cheney, Cnvlte.
LAST WEEK of our
During this week oar great sale proved so successful that we hnve
decided to continue it for another week. The householders of Honolulu
took advantage of our generous offer in allowing them goods at reduc
tions vnrying from 20 to 50'' off ordinary rates, and as we still have a
number of bargains left in nil lines, we would advise those who will be in
need of household furniture within the next few months to nvail them
selves of this opportunity.
"Mr. Hoosevelt iiIwiivk throws
sixes," mi)b the Itev Dr. Now ell
Dwlght I Hills. Now, whoro In n
bunch of Huudays did tho good doctor
pick up his knowledge of tho value
of throwing sixes? Sprlnglleld Union
ITCH RELIEVED AT ONCE.
That terrible llfh disappears with
ho FIHHT DHOI'H of I) 11. 0. ITea
crlptlnn. It kllli all skin disease
germs constantly A soothing, healing
lotion used oxteiunlly only. Honolulu
Ding Co. Toil WiecL
TO CURE A COLD IH ONE DAY
Take Laxative I3romo Quinino
Tablets. All druggists refund
the money if it fails to cure.
E. W. Grove's signature is on
PARIS MEDIUMS CO, St. Upis. U 3. A.
Metal & Brass Beds
- Greatly Reduced
$ 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
G0.00 " 40.00
100.00 " 00.00
NOTICE TO HOMESTEADERS.
Petition for the opening of (Iciv
ernmeut lands must bo made on
blanks Issued by the Commissioner
of Public Lands, copies of which miiy
be obtained In person or will be
mailed on reipiest, nt the ollU-e of
the Bug-Agents or at the olllcii or
the Commissioner of l'ubllc Lands
Commissioner of Public Lauds.
Dated nt Honolulu, August 10.
" 50 00
Foimrr Sale J
Price. Price. 3
$14.00 Golden Oak $10.50
21.00 " " 15.50 v
25.00 " " 17.00
30.00 " " 2J.C01
C8.00 " . " 43.00
32.00 Mahogany 21.00"'
35.00 Bird's-Eye 23.00' i
45.00 " ...'. 30.00
K.UI Aug. 11.
Sept. I, S, 8,
2'JJ Oct. 1.
Our regular stock of Nottinghnms,
Cables, Irish Points and Brussels, in
white nnd Arabian, at
25 per cent discount
Odd Pairs Half Price
$11.00 Ooldcn Oak.
14.50 " " .
27.00 " " .
35.00 " " .
5G.00 Mahogany 38.00
38 00 "
$1000 worth of FRAMED PIC
TURF.S. in Prints. Etchinw. Paitelsi
and Oils, ranging in price from SOajj
To ?M, nil go at oiri DISCOUNT.
J. HOPP & CO., LTD.
The House of Quality
185 King Street
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At 1'Vii.ftttrTliMiiifin fifrifilMr
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