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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, May 22, 1911, 3:30 EDITION, Page 3, Image 3',
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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., MONDAY, MAY 22, 1911.
Ladies' Neckwear and Imported
A choice selection of LACE COM.AIIS, PISIUI8, DUTCH
COLLAHS, "LOUD IlYItON" COLLAI18 nnil FANCY NET
QUIMI'U and CI1EMISETTK.
THE LATEST FOR SUMMER WEAH. Novelties In Eve
ning Scnrfs uindo In "Crepe de Chine," "Chiffon" nnd "I'enu
do Cygnc," plain colors, dellcnto floral patterns nnd handsome
NEW AUTO VEILS AND HOODS.
l'ONOEE AUTO COATS with braided collar nnd cuffs.
llUTTEIllCK JUNE PATTERNS now on snlo. Delineator,
Summer Fashions and Uutterlck Designs for Embroidery.
NEW SHAPES IN SUMMER MILLINERY, Fine MIlaiiB,
Leghorns, Straw Sailors nnd Tailored lints. Chiffon nnd
Lingerie Hats. Hats for Touring, Steamer nnd Automobllo
KA1IKI WALKING SKIRTS strongly sewn nnd well tail
ored, for the summer cam,, and seashore, made of tho best
quality ENOLISH KAIIKi. Regular value K 00 each, In all
Btyles, special J3.G0 each.
NEW SLIK PETTICOATS. Black Mcssallno Silk with
nccordeon pleated flounces, at $G00, JG.fiO nnd J7.M. Hand
some silk Petticoats in dark floral designs at 7.50. Heather
bloom skirts In all the leading colors at 2JjO each.
Sachs' Dry Goods Co.,
Corner Fort and Beretanla Streets
OppotlU Fir Station
A man wanted a
Camera so badly that he stole one
That wit rltky) for ho was caught and Jailed In 8an Fran
elseo. Don't let th's deter yoj from getting a QRAFLEXj but It's
better to buy It tho regular way.
COMPLETE ASSORTMENT AT
HONOLULU PHOTO SUPPLY CO.,
Weekly Bulletin, $1 Year
AT CAMP FREAR
Over Hundred Guardsmen
Are Under Canvas
Thirty officers and 83 non-c'oms nnd
enlisted men went out to Camp Frcar
at Fort Shatter yesterduy afternoon
and for tho next seven days will be
under tho Instruction of officers of
tho regular establishment In military
science of different kinds, the whole
work being In chargo of Major W. P.
Uurnhuiii, 20th Infantry.
Of tho officers and men who nre
now at the camp, seven olflcers nnd
30 men come from other Islands, tho
remainder of the contingent being llo
nolulans. From tho other Islands the men
came In Saturday and all assembled
at the armory yesterday afternoon
preparatory to moving out to camp,
which was dona nbout C o'clock, street
cars being the means of transporta
tion. Today tho men begin their first real
work and at CMC this morning the
first tall went out over the Bleeping
camp. Fro.il that hour until late to
night every hour has something for
those at the camp and when It Is all
over olflcers and non-coms will have
many new Ideas of military life.
Tbo program for today and tomor
row contains tho following:
Officers 8 a. in.: Talk on courso
of Instruction, etc. 9 n. m.; Talk on
police nnd sanitation. 10 a. m.: Care
of rifle, estimating distances, etc. 2
p. in.: Tuctlcnl walk. 8 p. in.: Talk
Non-Corns A. M.: Close-order drill
(Including fifteen minutes' bayonet ex
ercise); extended-order drill and fir
ings; position, aiming and sighting
drills. P. M.; Talk on discipline, and
Instruction In saluting, reporting to
nnd addressing an, officer; practlcul
instruction in care of rifle and equip
ments; talk on sanitation, etc.
Officers 8 a. m.: making and read
ing maps. 10 a. m.: sanitation. 11 n.
m.: administration. 12.00 in.: Inspec
tion of camp. 2 p. ni.: tactical walk.
8 p. in.: tulk on courts-martial, com
pany punishment, etc.
Non-Co.ms A. M,: Close order drill
(Including 15 minutes bayonet exer
cise); extended order drill; general
nttnek formations, rushes, duties of
supports, and withdrawal from ac
tion; tent pitching, shelter, wall and
conical wall. P.M.: Talk on prin
cipals and formation of advance
guards, rear guards, outposts and pa
trols; elementary map rending.
RENTON On May 20, at Union Mill,
Kohala, In her seventy-ninth yenr,
Mrs. Mary A. Renton.
II u 1 1 o 1 1 n phono nnmben nre:
HiiKliiess (Mice 225(1.
Kdltorlal Rooms 2182.
in accepting a glass
of PRIMO, acknow
ledges the common sense hospitality of the
host, who reasons that what is GOOD for the
FAMILY is GOOD for FRIENDS.
PRIMO BEER, made from pure artesian
water and the highest grades of barley and
malt, under the most advanced sanitary brew
ing conditions, is indeed a drink that is good
for one's family and one's friends.
Order a case from your dealer -
Sa .. J. !.?$&.
The ..freer That's J3rewed
Ther halnt muit difference In beln'
In th' hands o' your friende or In th'
hands o' a receiver. Tilford Moots says
ha Hates t' tea th' cool fall days come
'caute hit wife alius bullet a fir in
th' ttova an' burnt all th' money he'a
aved durln' th summer.
NEW - TODAY
Honolulu Rapid Tranilt &. Land
Pnmmenclng on Tuesday morning,
Mny 23, utid continuing until further
notlci1, the enr Kcrvlce on Port strt-et,
between Hoti'l and King street, will
be discontinued. Punnhnti nnd Nuuanu
cars will lie operated to Hotel Ktrift
only, nnd trnnxferH will l Issued to
n car operating on Port nnd Allen
streets, between King street nnd the
Honolulu Iron Workn.
This Interregnum will continue, until
the work of paving Port street, be
tween Hotel nnd King streets, lias been
C. O. HAM.ENTVNE.
Honolulu, Mny 22, 1911
Tho essentials of a perfect
wall finish are found In Dek
A dry powder ready for Instant
use when mixed with Cold
Lewers & Cooke,
177 3. King 8tret
PLACE CARDS AND FAVOR8
Novel deslKna and artistic conceits
faithfully executed. The prices are
Arts & Crafts Shop
Alexander Young Building
IN COPLEY PMNTS
PACIFIC PICTURE FRAMING CO.
I0S0 Nuuanu Street
Successor) to Shaw 4. Seville
KING STREET, NEAR ALAKEA
Phone 3085 P. O. Box 491
FOR YOUR QR00ERIES, BEX
AMERICAN BROKERAGE 00.'
13-95 King Street, near Maautktx
Prion- 8201 TklW Delivery
Blue Serge Suits
HERE is no fabric
more genteel than the
popular and much-wanted BLUE
SERGE. No gentleman's ward
robe is complete without a suit of
this lahric. Thev are suitable lor
all occasions, and always give a
man the appearance ot being well
dressed. We show these serges in
various wales; also in fancy weaves.
These Suits are guaranteed
to hold their color
In regular sizes and stouts
For a Time
11. H. STEVENSON
IWMIAItn 1IAIIDINU DAVIS
JOHN IIJJT. Jit
V. V JACOIIS
V It STOCKTON
AM. HCItlUNRlt EDITIONS
FOR A TIME 0.75
Brown & Lyon Co.,
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For GENERAL OFFICE 8TATI0N
ERY and -FILING 8Y8TEM8, call or
writ to us and wa will fell your want.
Office Supply Co., Ltd.,
931 FORT STREET
Highland Swiss Chiffon
100 8heets in Box
A. B. ARLEIQH i CO. LTD.
(In 0Bue now)
II' or tint Hummer
WINES AND LIQUORS
Wo deliver to any part of the
BEST FOR THE HOME
White There Is no rosin
Hard Lasts longer than
Heavy Therefore will do
11KATS SUCCUI.nNT OYSTKftS WHEN THE "II" IS NOT IN
Tin: month wb have soMirrniNa or the south
down OIlDEIl THAT COMMENDS ITBKL' TO EPICURES,.
Metropolitan Meat Market
HEILBRON A L'OUIS, Proprietora
HAVE DOUIlMin TMK AMOUNT Or I.IC1HT OUTAINAHI.K
KOIt A CERTAIN HUM AND IMI'ItOVKI) TI1IJ QUAI.1TV OK
Everyone can afford Electric Light
I1Y UBINO MAZDA LAMPS INSTEAD OP THE OI.D.TVl'K
The Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.
To Suit The qimftte
Phono 2026. P. 0. Box 488
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