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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. It., 8ATUIIDAV, AUO. 13, 1910.
GREAT SALE OF WHITE DRESS GOODS
FOR THREE DAYS ONLY, BEGINS MONDAY. AUGUST 15, 1010
A FEW OF THE LEADERS
17c quality reduced to, . .12i2c
20c " " "... 15c
25c " "' "...20c
35c " ' " . . .25c
$1.00 quality reduced to. .$ .85
1.25 " ' " . , 1.00
1.50 " " " . . 1.25
2.00 ' . . 1.50
iFLAXON Plain and Striped
30c quality reduced to 20c
35o " " " 25c
ENGLISH LONG CLOTH
$2.25 quality reduced to.
2.50 " "
3.25 " " " .
3.50 " " " .
WHITE MERCERIZED MADRAS
15o quality reduced to 10c
0c " " " 15o
,25c " " " 17c
30c " " " 20c
Substantial reductions on White Dotted Swiss, Pique, Poplin,
Organdies, Bordeaux Linen, Dimity and all classes of White Dress
THIS SALE WILL LAST ONLY THREE DAYS
Corner Fort and Bcrctania Streets Opposite Fire Station
Sachs' Dry Goods Co., Ltd.,
Corner Fort and Beretanla Streets Opposite Fire Station
Everybody Is Now Using
The demand for our improved appliances lias taken
such a jump that we need more room.
New commodious premises are now being remodeled,
and we move about the middle of August corner Alakea
Honolulu Gas Co., Ltd.
Go ye therefore into the land
of Kaimuki, and say thou unto
Mr. Pessimist that I shall buy a
lot and profit thereby, and upon
that lot shall I build a house, and
in that house shall I dwell, high
above the sea, and enjoy the Koko
Head breeze forever more.
Kaimuki Land Co., Ltd.
PAY AT ONCE
A V. Ocnr bus been glion forty
eight hours by Judgo HobliiFon to
turn oier to Clerk Hlmonton of the
Circuit Court the sum of $I9'1". bo
longing to John K. Kumncr, over
which there Is no dispute an to own
ership, the order having been usued
Gear has a power of attorney from
Sumner nnd at tho time the stilt was
brought for nn accounting nf tho ex-
SEE THE BEAUTIES
OF TIIEJPEN ISLE
At 10 o'clock Saturday night, Aug
ust 27th. tho S. S. Mnunn Ken will bo
Eln u voyairo that will Include the cir
cuit of tho Island of Knunl This buro
announcement does- not sound us
much Joy ns will bo experienced by
those who make tho trip. Kauai lias
scenic wonders unknown to eighty per
cent of the people In tho Territory
and whllu that may sound like "big
talk" It Is practically gospel truth, for
few of tho people on Knunl know whnt
tale, a short tlmo ago. u Etiardlan was I tho pull district of that Islnnd Is.
nsked for Sumner, not bv Clear him. On tho windward sldo arc the tall
self but bv another. I l,c"k of llnenn n"'1 ' ,nl1
So far tho fight against the atipolnt
ment of u gunrdlan has been 'or the
are they that their
themselves Into tho cloud banks that
sometimes hang over them Xo peaks
Sumner sldo but tho question nil , lls laum, nM n)ll mi fcw
to bo decided finally It being ret for ny Island, barring the two big fel
lows on Ilawnll, approach these in al
titude Thero nro times during the
day, when the sun shines on their
sides, that the great gulches which
seam them nppenr to bo thousands of
feet deep. Old Iliiwulluns will tell
been receive,, by the Agents from the'- "' , "-
the tops to learn of tho approach of
final hearing within n few da ;
Tho following wireless messugo has'
8. 8. Sierra
"3. 8. Sierra, at Sea, August 12
1910. fi p. m. SQ7 nil'cs out Strong
North winds. Sea moderate. Weather
clear hut cloudy. All well."
It will he observed tlnit tho Sierra
reports 2 hours earlier than usual.
$3.00 Shoe Sale
375 PAIRS MEN'S BLACK HIGH
Choice of Patent Leather, Vici
Kid or Gun Metal all new lato
toe shapes made in lace and,
Blucher styles, suitable for either
dress or business wear. CEOS
SETT SHOES, HEY WOOD SHOES
and other well-known makes.
$4, $4.50 and $5 Values
260 PAIRS MEN'S TAN
Tan Russia . Calf, Chocolate
colored Vici Kid and Ox-Blood
leathers. All new, "snappy", u-to-datc
shapes in fact, all this
season's best selling styles.
Thompson Bros.', Crossett's,
Rice & Hutchins' and Strong &
Garfield makes, $4 to $G values,,
in this lot.
We will have on sale
000 pairs of short lines
of Men's Fine Shoes,
at extraordinary re
ductions, of such well
known makes as
STRONG & GAR
SHOES, RICE & HUT
CHINS and other well
known makes. The
styles are correct in
every way. Oxford.
Lace and Blucher ef
fects, in single and
You have a choice
of Patents. Vici Kid.
Gun Metal, Tan Vici
and Russia Calfskin.
We have all' sizes
and widths in the en
tire lot. but not at-
ways of -eaoh-individ-
ual style. However,
there is a large va
riety of styles and tor
shapes to choose trim.
It will be worth
while to attend this
I ale promptly, as the
first buyers get the
best pick, and there
will be a saving on
every pair of from $1
enemies How, at night, wood dipped
In whale oil was taken to the summit
nnd fired before being thrown out to
ward the sea. Tuny will Ml yon of
tho hurried lllght of tho burning
pieces down u zigzag 'course until tho
sen gathered them In. Younger
KaualanB will tell ou how their
hiiolo neighbors uso modern llrcw-orks
on tho peaks wliui their enthusiasm
reaches n point whero they must let
off si cam '
Thin special nxcurtlon mentioned
ubovo will glic, the. passengers an op
portunity to rco tho grand trenery,
tho palls nnd buys of tho garden Is
land of tho group nt n cost of but ten
dollars. And no time, will bo lost
from business for tho steamer will
leave Saturday night ami return
Monday morning Tlmo will bo given
at llnnnlcl for the party to cngngo In
bathing for a fow hours ami at Nn
wlllwill u stop will be inadn. Thero
villi be an opportunity glten those
who wish to see tho great dum nt
Walnlhii, operating tho electric plant
of the Kmml Klectrlc Company. Hook
now and you will bo sure of good accommodations.
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
textiire of pongee, but wears many,
times i J long and costs but a fraction
H jU M mm mm Mm am ftmmf1 mm rnm.
ter. Capts. V. Kelly, Corps of i'.n-
i nriiprn nr
glnecrs; J. C. Gregory nn.1 11 U. flljuUOLU Ul
Loving, ,-tioiiicui iirp, w iwiy
tho 1'hlllpplno division: Capt. II. I).
Goodwin, acting Judge - ndvo -ale.
from duty ns Judge-ndvocnto of tin)
Department of California to duty
with headquarters, Philippines dlvl.
Went. A. II. Carter, l'lfth IMeld
Artillery, with station nt the Pre
sidio of San Francisco, gooi to the
Philippines on special duty. Went
II. II. Van Kirk, Medical Itescrve
Corps, to duty In tho I'hlllplpnes;
Wonts. (I. 11. Wright and f S.
Gould, Philippine Scouts, nro rn
tnrnlnir to their reKlmonts. the lat
ter from n sick leave. Went. JoliiH
Lot No. 3
175 PAIRS MEN'S DRESS
Made of Patent Leather and
Patent Coltskin. Lace, Button
and Blucher styles; single and
double soles. Some extreme toe
iVinnAi an ii A 11 a f n. vrfttmn tnnn's
wear. Rice & Hutchins', Cros
sett's and Thompson Bros.' make."
$4, $4.50 and $5 Values
Lot No. 4
150 PAIRS MEN'S BLACK
Made in Vici Kid and Gun
Metal leathers, with light or
heavy soles; in Lace and Blucher
effects. Just the thing for busi
ness and every-day wear.
A variety of toe shapes to se
lect from; Crosset make,
$4 to $5 Values
Coo Chin iiml Yung Hal were up bo
ron) CoiuinltsloiH r Judd this morning
charged with hiivlL'g In their posses
slo iimiil concealing opium contrary to
law. Attorney Humphreys appeared
lor (loo Chin
One of tho principal witnesses In
tho cnso was Freil Uurst, wllo -wi.j
brought from n side bed at Queoi's
Hospital to testify but ns ho was loo
wtnk to go on the stand tho he.irlnz
Win postponed one wick'
In spc.i'ilng of the opium rltiuitioil
K flume. Fifth Cavalry, nnd Went. ' "nlted State Attorn Itreckoii .,l.l
Sale will continue for ONE WEEK to Aug. JiO
Manufacturers' Shoe Co., Ltd.,
1051 Fort Street
Thero Is a big shipment of nuur
aermatster's supplier) on 'board tho
I'ulted States army trnnsport Sher
idan, now lying at the Oceanic
wharf, destined for the Philippines.
Tho army troopship arrived nt the
iMiit lust evening from San Fran
Cisco nnd will, sail for (iiiam and
Manila ut 9 o'clock tomorrow morn
lug, nccordlng to tho present ralcu
latlons of her olllcers.
Tho Shcrlduu Is Inking a large
number uf tasuiils, Including otlP
eers mid enlisted men, who take sta
Hon nt Undo Sam's farthest posses
sinus. The vcsboI Is loaded to her hutch
covets with hay, grain and provi
sions for tho Philippines.
Whllo at Honolulu about one hun
dred tons of freight will bo ills
charged ami a hundred tons will
lie plated uhiiurO, .Intended for
Tho transpnit Is being provide!
with about six hundred tons of
Among tho olllcers traveling tij
, tho Far Kast mo Mujor V. (1. (lain
i bull, puymaster, from duty nt St.
Paul, Minn., to dtit) with tho l'hll
'ipplncH division; MnJ. C. II. Jlarth.
Twelfth Infantry, to Join regiment;
(MnJ. II. II. Todd Jr. and Capt. Fred
Sluvuii. general staff, from duty
.with tho Wur Department ut Wosh
'ingtou to niport to the conimnnillug
guiir-rnj, Philippines division.
I Capt. F. .1. Koester, Fifth Cuvulry.
iidloved frinii duty with tho chief
(iinuulHsnry of Ban Finnclsro to Ills
regiment nt Honolulu; ('apt. It. II
Van Dcmen. Tweuty-llrst Infantry;
, CnplK .1 1'. Ilnihcpoii mid F. 8.
t 1 1 ut t tui. Twelfth Infantry, to Join
their riiiiiumiulH. The latter lias
I been on special dut at Fort 'or-
V. O. Howell, Medical Ileseivo
Corns, loft tho vessol ut Honolulu.
tho former to rojoln his regiment'
and tho latter from duty ut tho Pre
sidio to duty nt Bchollcld llanaeks
Went. (Icorge M. Parker .lr.
Twenty-first Infantry, Is rejoining
his regiment. Vctcrliiiirlan It. C.
Musscr goes to Join tho Fourteenth
Cavalry; Dr. Mlnot i:. Scott, dental
surgeon, is en routo from duty nt
Vancouver llnrrack to the Philip
pines division, lnglld Hansen, vet
erinarian, goes to duty with tlm
quartermaster's department; Lieut
J. K Tiirboll. l'lilllpplno t'oiiHabii ,
lur, Is rejoining his rommaiid.
Mlsies Carrlo $. Hownrd, llehslo1
Kelly, Sarah T. Wttlo and Anna II I
Carlson of tho Army Nurse Corpil
nro passengers nu tho lr,insMirt. i
this morning Hint h- bellecd thtue
wns Sr.O.OOO worth a: opium In iho
T(trilnr) ut present contrary to law
Bulletin Business Office Phone 25(1
Bulletin Editorial Jloom Fhorie 165
MAN OVERBOARD, '
' BODYJOT FOUND
A lino crew of young Danish sallontiflU
nan the Daniili bark Dannuirk: thut
has arrived nt the port lifter oflo hun.i
dnd and fifty days uigo Xrm -CI
The vessel brings a shipment of fer. ii
llllzer coiislgiK'd to tho Ilnwallan Fer- n
tllzer Company nnd will commence to
dlschargo nt tho Ilnckfcbl wharf on
Thero wuh unci sad Incident con-p
nccted with tho "nge, that of tho
denth of it sailor nnniul 1lllata An-
derson. It Is reported that mo mini
was t.eiit ulolt and whllo at work lost
Liu imlil mi Ihn Hues mid fell to till!
rnll nnd Into Iho fva. Despite tho ""
cirnrts f Hi" skipper and tils men In
putting about, tho body w.w not recovered
Dr. Victor D. Collins will leave Ho-
nolulu Iho llrst part nf October to
take up practlco In Hawaii having
chargo of tho health on three plant a-1
tlons, and will settle thero perman
ently. I'epeekeo, Onomcn and llonomii
plantations uro tho ones hut which!
Dr. Collins Mill huio charge, ihciuj
having been no ptunlutlou physician
New hnspltiil Is being built at IV
peekco which will bo oipilpM"d In the
most up-todato manner and ho will
bo supplied with every requlsltu fur
the practlco of his profession.
Two drunks were llnod four plunks
apiece this piornlng at tho police
court, and ouu of thorn, u llussluu,
looked sick unil sorry when ho heard
Thero worn fifteen rases on tho po
llen court calendar this morning nnd
with thrco exceptions, they weio ull
Bent oer till futuTo ilntps,
Now On Display !
We have just unpacked aid placed on our main floor a com
plete new line of
Heywood Bros, and Wakefield's
REED FURNITURE .
Comprisjnp; Misses' Rockers. Large Arm Rockers, and Chain and
Tables in Shellac Finish
Just the furniture for this climate.
It is COOL, LIGHT AND DURABLE,
and comprises many beautiful dc
rigns impossible to obtain in tho
wood lines. ., i
MISSES' R0CKERS-$7.e0 to 20,
LAR0E ARM ROCKERS-413 to $'H
ARM CHAIRS $15 to $23. j
' ?) I
TABLES $7.50 to $12.75.
We cordially invite your inspection
J. Hopp & Co.. Ltd.,
THE HOUSE OF QUALITY 185 KINO STREET