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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, MONDAY, MAY 29, 1911.
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The Elite Washable Baby Cap
Launders like a handkerchief, coite no more than old style,
prettier and wean better.
HYGIENIC AND ANTISEPTIC
A dainty and comfortable garment to be worn over regular di
aper. Made of OMO sanitary theetlng, which li absolutely
waterproof, odorlett, white, toft and eaiily cleaned. All aliet.
OMO BIBS are made from the tame iheetlng and have all the
good qualities of the Infants' Pants. SOo each.
OMO 8HEETINQ by the yard.
Infants' and Children's Short
Nainsook, Lawn and Cambric, handsomely embroidered and
trimmed with fine lace and embroidery.
A complete stock of Long Dresses, Undersllps, Wrappers, Silk
Caps, Nightgowns, Afghans, Nursery Rhyme Crib Blankets and
EVERYTHING IN CHILDREN'S WEAR.
Sachs' Dry Goods Co.,
Corner Fort and Beretanla Streets
Opposite Fir Station
At the nniuinl election of cadet olll
cerH for tho battalion nt Kanichamcha
last melting, W'pltcr Knmaloplll was
choien inujor and the other romnil-.
nloued olllccrs elected were: Captain,'
Hnrohl Oodfrey, arcgory Kaannhl and
William Kalna; lieutenants Harry
Jluriress, Ilirman Hranclt, George Hew
itt, 8dney Smith, Ran Kalclalll, Sam
Hussey and Charles Hoiea.
Tho t lection results were gratifying,
althouRh neMrnl surprises were sprung,
and Captain Winters, nthlctlc and mil
Itary Instructor, feels that ho leaves
tho battalion In good hands for his
successor, who will take hold at tho
beginning of tho next hcIiooI year.
Captain Wlntirs will rejoin his reg
Iment shortly, tho Third Cavalry and
n new olllcer will be detailed for mill
tnry Instructor at Knmehnmeha.
As n mark of their appreciation of
his efforts In their behalf, a beautiful
cnliihash loving cup, silver mounted
nml appropriately engrnved, was pro.
sented to him by tho boys of the battalion.
Some of the worst conditions yitun
covered by tho health authorities and
sanitary commission wero seen last
Saturday afternoon, when the commis
sion made on excursion Into the sec
tlon of the city llng west pf Nuuanu
Tallin", leaky sewers, clogged drains,
open ditches tilled with refuse, slaugh
ti ho, He In doubtful condition and
other i Inns of Inxnnltatlon were looked
Into, and tho commission after spcndi
In severnl hours In tho Inspection re
turned to the city with the knowledge
that the task of cleaning up Honolulu
Is much larger than It looks nt llrst
One of tho biggest surprises to
members of the commission was to
find that the big sewer that empties
Into the sea has been broken fUc nun
dred feet from the end and the outfall
H In about forty feet of water Instead
of much greater depths, as had been
supposed. The commissioners viewed
tho broken pipe from a launch, being
tnken out by Supervisor Kben Low,
who drew their nttentlon to tne lie
feet. Much of tho scwago Is thereforo
bclleveditn drift back Into tho harbor.
The week on the sugar market start
ed out sluggishly today, with only one
session sain recorded by either the
Honolulu or Hawaiian exchange. That
was sevin shares of Oahli Sugar nt
Oahu Sugar picked up a little
strength during the day, and advanced
12 1-2 cents after two between-board
sales nt 30 26. hut the demand Is not
Six Island wharves used by Inter-
Island steamers In taking on and ills
charging freight mid supplies are In
uau state or repair according to re
ports that have been brought to Ho
nolulu by tho officers of coasttn:
"Don't eat when you'le tired'' may
be good advice but at usual mother
would get th' hot end o' It. Jlst when
ever'thlng Is runnln' along smooth an'
nice th' storage houses dump a lot o'
Kleffer pears en th' market.
After a delightful dny spent cu
Mnul. ono of tho most picturesque Isl
ands In the Hawaiian group, oiui hun
dred and twcnt-(lvo travelers pulled
Into Honolulu a ew minutes before
six o'clock this morning as passenger.1
In tho lntcr-Island steamer I.lkellko
Tho trim llttlo cssel sijllcd aw.i
from Honolulu at half past six on
Saturday ovcnlng taking one liundrcl
mid fifty excursionists who had boMi
recruited under) tho nitsplcot of tin)
Public Servlco Association of which
June Clearance Sale
ON THURSDAY MORNING, June 1st, our Entire Stock of DRY
GOODS will be on sale at Sacrificing Prices. The goods must be sold to
realize cash, hence the tremendous reductions. This will be the great
est No Profit Sale of Dry Goods that we have everheld,andif you have
been waiting for such bargains herethey are, and here's your chance. -
J 500 Lingerie Dresses I 3 50
e oo ' 4 so
7.50 " " 6 00
9 00 ' " '.... G.60
H.00 " 950
16 00 " " 10.25
18 bO " " 12.50
22 60 " " 15 60
Ladies' Shirt Waists
Curtain t .90 Pair
" 1.00 "
Boys' Wash Suits
Itegular. Hale I'rlco.
12 00 Suits 11.25
276 " - 1.05
3.00 " , 1.90
3 60 " ,.,.. 2 00
4 00 " 2.60
Tort St., op. Oatholio Ohuroh
Boys' Woolen Suits
negular. SalS Price. .
1 460 Suits 3 00
500 " .' 3 60
090 " 600
9 00 " 6 60
1000 " 600
COTTON, TURKISH AND LINEN
Itegular. Sale Price.
.75 Dozen Towels J .60
100 " " 73
1 60 " ; 1.15
2 00 " " 1.60
2.60 " " . 1.7B
300 " " 200
4 50 " " . . .'. 3 00
6 00 " " 3 60
8 00 " "', 6.90
10.00 " " 7.76"
rtegular. Sale Price.
J ",20 Pair Ladles' Hose 15c Pair
,25 " " ' ',..20c '"
.35 " " " 26c "
.40 " " 30c "
.60 " " " 35c "
.03 450 "
75 " " " 55a "
.90 " " " 05c "
100 " " " 750 "
Regular. Sale Price.
10c Vests 3 for 25c
12160 " 10c
16c " 12Vio
3 for 60c Vest 12V4 Hach
20c Vests 16a
25c " 20a
35c " 26o
40o " 30o
60u " 36o
C5o " 60o
75o " 60a
Itegular. Sale Price
Sheeting J .40 Yard.... 30c Yard
.36 " ....27Uc "
" . .30 " ....26c "
.25 " ....20c "
Gl-iiO Sheets ,.75 each.
75-90 " .85 " .
81-90 " ,195 " .
90-90 " 1,26 " .
Regular. Sale Price.
S2 00 Doz Pillow Cuse 11.50 Doz,
2 60 " " 2 00 "
2,75 " ' 2.25 "
3 00 " " " 2 60 "
.75 " .
1.00 " .
1.50 " .
1.76 " .
2 25 " ,
3 00 " .
A. r: C. OINOHAMS .(.12Yd.U
KLANKRLinTKS 12 Yds 1
FAHWIXL COTTON 10 Yds It
FORHST MILLS 12 Yds $1
LON8DALI3 SHUKTINO . ..lOYds. 1
CRUSCKNT CAMllltIC 10 Yds, SI
HEIIKHLHY OAMIIIUC .... 8 Yds, SI
LONHDALII CAMllltIC 8 Yds SI
INDIAN HI3A1) 9 Yds SI
IlcKiiUr, St Doz. Sale Pi Ice, Mo Doz
Big Reductions in Muslin Underwear, Laces, Embroid
eries, Drapery, Woolen Dress Goods, Sun Shades and
Umbrellas, Children's Dresses, Kimonos, Ladies' Over
Skirts, Dress Goods, Gloves, Linens, Ribbons, Moti'idt"
Blue Serge Suits
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HERE is no fabric
more genteel than the
popular and much-wanted BLUK
SliRGJi. 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
Alexander Hiimo Kord Is nil ac.tli
and leading spirit.
Tnenl-flvo members of tho party
decided that one day fur lowing tho
grandeur of scenic spots throughout
the Valley Islo wns nut siiillclonl and
will probably return to Honolulu by
It felj to tho lot of flvo members of
the Honolulu di legation to carry on
the honors for n tecord In scaling tin'
iilmobt pii'clpltimiis slilus of (inu of
the needlo like paii'B that scro to
ndil to the allr.ictlvuness of (he faiii
ous lao Vullf)
.Mcksrs tillbert Drown, Kcmietli
Heldiord, Wilson Ilalluiitjuc, Cyiil
Urodcrlck and OcorKO Dlght neiet
the fawni'il ones that essajM tho top'
of a OKOtatlon covered silro llfitj
rises, Hcntluel llko on one slilu of tho!
grejt gorge that lies hut it few miles
uuuy from Walluku and at tho end of
n delightful drlvo mor' good miiih
brliigliiK the lsllor within almost
crtlclo walls gnuRod out 'of the tiiiiun
talus, Thcso mini- men nro members of
the Trail and Mountain Club of Ho
nolulu. They made the nsrent, of
"tho needle" and ictmnnl to the lieu 1
of the lao Valley road within tbro
hours from the . beginning of Iho
climb. For some hundreds of feet
they steadily mounted tho sides of tho
slender pyramid nml upon arriving
there placed their names within a
bottlo as a matter of record.
The management of the Inter-Island
Steam Navigation Cu. did all that lay
In Its power to mako tho trip an en
Joyablo one President nnd (lenerul
Manager J, A Kennedy was on hand
before the hour of sailing as wero n
number of his lleutenuntH and Uiey
looked to tho comfort of tho largo
number of travelers.
Captain and Mrs V. II. I'arl.er, well
known reBldonts of Honolulu nnd now
located nt Kahiilul wero delightful
hosts to n party of visitors yesterday.
Cuptnln Parker now pilot for the nor:
of Kahiilul nnd his good wlfo threw
open their pleasant homo to the en
tertainment of their guests,
Kdltor Clarko of the Mnul Nows
was a reception committee of one whoj
greeteii irieniH among mo piny. J 1 1ft
new red spcod wngon caused tho fre
quent 1)Iiik botween Kuhulul and Wal
Tho success of tho Maul trip yes
terday has demonstrated to the sails
fnctlnn uf Piomotor 1'ord und others
the desirability of further excursions
It Is tliu present Intention to nirungo
for n trip to Kiiuul to ho pulled olf
on or about Jul) 1st
Captain Niiopaln mid Ills nllliers
thowi'd ner rourlosy to the la run
pally mid did nil llint ho uml'l to
iiiuliii Ihi'lr Ktn) on hoard his hlp n
pli'imiint tiH iossIIia
The Moon Desks
ROLL-TOP, FLAT-TOP, DOOKKCEPEftS' AND TYPE
WRITER DESKS. TYPEWRITER AND DIRECTORS' TADLE8.
The highest quality of material, workmanthtp and finish.
H. Hackfeld , Co., Ltd.,
Fort and Queen Streets
HHATH RUCCULHNT OYBTKItS WIir.N THE "II" 18 NOT IN
TIIIJ MONTH. WI3 IIAVi: HD.MinillNO OP THIS SOUTII
DOWN ORDi:i( THAT t'OMMK.NDH ITSHLK TO KPICUItRS.
Metropolitan Meat Market
HEILQRON & LOUIS, Proprlators
Here's Something New
8PECIALLY DESIGNED FOR USE IN THESE ISLANDS
An Electric Buhach Burner
SIMPLE EFFICIENT SAFE
ATTACII.MII.r, TO ANY I.UJIIT HOPKIJT
The Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.
Th" inciil Now M nil lit t. )n uhh'lil
II uuilti'iN IimI llii'li Hum, 4 l)llll'
III mi IIIiuIihIwI NlllllH In lint liivl
limiiiH'r uf I'lipubi Jlwiili'i. I
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