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EVENING nULLETIN, HONOLULtJ. T.JI., SATURDAY, OCT. 8, 1910.
A BEAUTIFUL DISPLAY
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LINGERIE DRESSES Very dainty, beautifully trimmed with Val
enclcnnes, Torchon. Cluny and Irish Laces, each showing a distinctive
a style and finish. Prices from $8 to $30 each. , I
, NEW MARQUISETTE QOWNS-In, White trimmed with lace and.
showing the new draped effect; very dainty with Pink and Blue trim
BLACK ,,'SILK .SHIRTWAISTS -In McssaVne, Peau dc Soie and Iaf
feta, at $5.50, '$7 and $7.50.
FANCY WHITE SHIRTWAISTS Trimmed with Lace and Em
broidered; Dutch Neck and Short Sleeves, Only a few at special values
$2.60, $2.75 and,$3.
EXQUISITE WHITE HATS-Don't. fail to scc this new stock along
with our very up-to-date and complete line of Millinery.
BLACK PATENT LEATHER BELTS New, with handsome Pearl
and Metal Buckles, v
RAT-TAIL' SATIN BRAID In all the leading shades. A new an J
'i' very effective! dress-trimming.
EMBROIDEREp AND PLAIN ALL0VER NETS In White, Creaa,
Ecru and' Blank". A nice selection.""
BEAUTIFUL' DRESS TRIMMINGS In all colors, with gold and sil
ver sequin embroidery.
NEW FOULARD SILKS A beautiful showing in Dress and Waist
Patterns., , . i
SACIHS DRY GOODS CO.,
Corner Fort and Berctania Streets Opposite Fire Station
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NOW--' 'is the' time to have your lot hllecj
h, ll ,'ani graded.
AND my response to a request tor an esti
",' ' . " niate will show you that the cost will
P. M. POND, Contractor Phone 2890
STOP" at the HOTEL MANX
IN SAN FRANCISCO
'This magnificent hotel' is situated on Powell street, in
the ,Healtt of.the city, immediately accessible to all the
'slions'theaten, railroad ticket offices, etc.
''itftlOPEAN PLAN Bedroom, with detached bath,
TlJap and, upwards; with private bath, $2 and upwards j
parlor, "bedroom and private bath, $5 to $10,
AMERICAN PLAN $3 and up per day.
NOT ONLY THE BEST AT THE PRICE, BUT THE
EQUAL OF ANY AT ANY PRICE. ' "
, , -Honolulu Representative: WILLIAM D0UTHTTT.
ROOM 308, HcCANDLESS BUILDING
Back Space Lever, Gear
Driven Carriage, Speediest
Escapement, Column Finder
THE TYPEWRITER FOR
THE UP-TO-DATE BUSINESS
Hawaiian News Co.,
Alex. '"Young Building
Office Supply Co.,
Dealers In,. ,
GLOBE-WERNICKE FILING CABI
NETS and BOOKCASES,
GENERAL OFFICE STATIONERY.
031 FORT STREET
CHILDREN HAPPY AGAIN
Our Toy 'Department now open.
with a Fresh Stock of TOYS, GAMES
nnd a splendid line of BOOKS.'
WALL, NICHOLS CO., LTD.
New Supply of
A. B. ARLEIOH & CO., LTD.
Everything in Books 1
BROWN & LYON CO., LTD.
Alex. Young Building
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has n high gloss- finish anil
tho host wearing qualities.,
W. P. ruu.Kit & CO3
punn piini'Aiu:i) paint is
In overy respect the most du
rable ami satisfactory paint
j on can UBO.
Lewers & fopKe,
177 South King Street
M. E. Silva,
UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER
Prompt and Polite Attention
CHAPLAIN LANE, OPPOSITE
Phone 1179 Night Call 1014
Compartments in the
For Particulars Inquire of
T0WNSEND UNDERTAKING CO,
Will do it
THE RENEAR CO.
ALGAR0BA BEAN MILLS
THE BEST PLUMBING
Is Done by
The Pioneer Plumber
183 Merchant Street, , Phone 1031
Special Trip to Hilo Arranged
F6Hhe Intcr-istand "
Visitors to Volcano Will Novy
Be Able to Make Quick
TiniQ To and From Hono
(Special II ul lot I u CciTMponilnr.)
llll.O, Oct. 7. In less than three
weeks from today the Mauna Kea
will make her first special trip tu
llllo, after having connected with
the Sierra In Honolulu, unit during
the rest of the present car she will
make similar special trips each week
when the Sierra arrives In Honolulu.
Definite details of this plan Wcic
brought to llllo last Thursday by
onager C. Vi. Wright of the Vol
cano Stables, who returned utter nn
absence of several months on the
Wright was much plwd with Hie
netlon taken by tho lntei-lsland
steamship people In this matter. He
stated thdt there had been some do
greo of danger of the plan fallli g
through, owing to the appafcu. lack
of support from llllo, but Manager
J. A. Kennedy had Anally decided to
make the arrangement with tho Oceanic-
Steamship Company, However,
this" arrangement Is effective for
only tho remainder of this year.
Whether It will be coutlnued after
that time depends on whether It will
be found to pay.
Tho first of theso special trips
will take place two weeks from Fri
day. The Sierra arrives In Hono
lulu ovory third Friday morning,
and the Mauna Kea will leave Hllo
T.hursdajB to meet her. Tho Intor-
Islaud boat will leave Honolulu iri
day, arriving In llllo some time Sat
urday forenoon, and bIio leaves Hllo
for Honolulu Sunday evening. This
will give tho tourists plenty of time
In which to see the volcano.
Wright says that there Is abso
lutely no chance of having the SI
orra come to Hllo, and lie Is em
phatic In saying that tho Hllo com.
munlty should he thankful to the
Inter-Island people for me new im
provement of their service.
WILL NOT PAY
McCandless Petitions 'For a
Mandamus Writ In
After ho had refused to agreo lo tho
terms of tho contract which Is oxacted
from nil property holders, I I Mc
CnndloHH has filed a petition for n
writ of mandamus fn an effort to com
e tho Superintendent of Public
Works to mako a sower connection to
property owned by the Democratic
boss. at Pauahl ami Niiuanu.
"The cause of tho troublo was the
fact' that McCandless has" refused to
agreo to a ..oment of his rates In
advance and tho form of application
which ho signed was altered In a man-
nor thut struck out tho portion that
provldo for the pajment of the rales
When It was found that the contract
had been altered In the manner stat
ed Campbell refused to Issuo tho per
mit for tho newer connection -and ac
cordingly the Doniocratlo Dobs hus
asked for a writ of mandamus.
Tho Arts ami Crafts Shop havo Just
recched an assortment of odd and nr
Untie Hallowe'en novelties.
James A. Uoyd, Is now auditing tho
books of tho pollde court; he Is act
ing in his capacity of Deputy Auditor
of (ho County;
8am Manzd, who was charged with
using ''threatening language, had the
caso against him nolle prosscd at the
police court this morning,
To register is a citizen's duty.
Last chance today.
People of open mind having Dla
beteu or haylne friends who have,
can hear of somotlllng to their ad
vantage If they will call. Helpful
diet IUt free.
HONOLULU DRUG CO., LTD.
We give you a pretty pattern-and put lots of style in your suitand' give
CROUP ASTHMA CATARRH
COUGHS COLDS BRONCHITIS
Ailmple. life ni tlTectho trtatnient
for bronchial troubles, avoUllnit dniffa.
VaporliKl Crtiolenc ilopKlheparoxyimi
o( Wbooplcir Couih anil relieve! Croup at
ooce. It la a boon to iuftrera from
Aithma. The air rtndertil ittooslr anil
eptlo. Iniplreduilh every breath makea
breathlnc eai, toolhei the aoro throat
ana top tlie cough, aiiurfog' rcatlul
olzhta. It It Invaluable to mothera with
bend poital tor descriptive, booklet.
AU, UKUUUI3IS I
Try Cmolene Ami.
ipUo Throat Tab
lets lor the Irritated
throat. They are
simple, edectlve and
antiseptic. Ot your
druffefit or from us
10c. In stamps.
U CartUast St., N. Y.
ARTHUR P. WATSON'S
This afternoon at 4 o'clock the
last earthly i remains of Arthur P.
Watson will bo laid In the Nuuanu
Valley cemetery. The dead man was
a student at St. Louis College some
jears ago, and the alumni will turn
out this: aftrnbon In order to pay
the last sad respe:ts to the deceased.
Watson was only n young man,
and his death Is a blow to nil IiIh
friends, who' looked forward to his
having a long , unci useful life. The
St. Ixmls College Alumni will (on
gregate at the residence of' V. A.
Mcluerny this afternoon and march
to tho cemetery,
175 BERETAHIA ISTREET
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you a perfect
Stone Wall Work
' A Style Leader
MANUFACTURERS' SHOE CO., ltd.
fit in your suit
Complete equipment fpr raj)id and f
thorough execution of all planta- y
tion construction work.
Portable Track, Dump Cars, Mule
Teams and Wagons, Plows, Har
rows, Light and Heavy Rollers
in the hands of capable workmen
P. M. PONB
Telephone - 2890
Chos. R. Frazier
Phone 1371 122 King St.
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