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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, May 30, 1911, 3:30 EDITION, Page 3, Image 3',
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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, TUESDAY, MAY 30, 1911.
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The Elite Washable Baby Cap
Launders Ilka a handkerchief, costs no more than old style,
prettier and wears better.
HYGIENIC AND ANTI8EPTIC
A dainty and comfortable garment to be worn over regular di
aper. Made of OMO aanltary eheetlng, which l absolutely
waterproof, odorless, white, aoft and easily cleaned. All sizes.
OMO DIBS are made from the lame sheeting and have all the
good qualities of the Infants' Pants. 50c each.
OMO 8HEETINQ by the yard.
Infants' and Children's Short
Nainsook, Lawn and Cambric, handsgmely embroidered and
trimmed with fine lace and embroidery.
A complete stock of Long Dresses, Underslips, Wrappers, Bilk
Caps, Nightgowns, Afghans, Nursery Rhyme Crib Blankets and
EVERYTHING IN CHILDREN'S WEAR.
Sachs' Dry Goods Co.,
Corner Fort and Deretania 8treeta
Opposite Fire 8tatlon
ORDERS PAPER TOWELS
FOR SCHOOL PUPILS
TOPKKA, May C Individual paper
towoln for the imo of every Knnnns
sellout pupil will bo liiHtalloil Lefuro
the next bcIiooI year begins. Success
lias attended, all tho exicrlinenlal
The State Hoard of Health abolish
ed tlio common drinking cup two yeriH
a Rn anil tlicro has not been n single
epidemic of diphtheria In tho State
since and very fow Isolated cases.
Tho Hoard also prohibited tho imo or
tho common drinking cup In railroad
trains and stations, nnil April 1 the
common drinking cups were abolish
ed In all hotels. The next inovo will
be on hotels.
It Is believed that the paper towel
will not bo much more expensive limn
the roller towel laundry bills. Tho
towels are 10 inches wide and 18 In
ches long. They are heavy, absorb
ent tissue palter. One will dry the
faco and hands easily. A set of fix
ture and a roll of 1,000 towels cost
from $2 to $3 and extra rolls cost 5')
cents for each 1,000 towels. After
use the towels are to bo burned.
-BULLETIN Ann PAV-
Controversy Over Representa
tion and Wharf Tax
Alinont without dlacuaalon, the Mer
chants' Association pawed n resolution
yesterday afternoon that Is designed to
smooth over existing differences be
twecn that body and tho fclilppers'
wharf committee over the wharf tax.
As foreuint by the 11 u 1 1 e 1 1 n. the
resolution presented by W. II, 51c
Inerny proved n solution, temporarily
at least, of the mutual misunderstand
ings, and tho wharf tax -will not be
(I I. to n tinned on July 1.
Mr. Melnerny presented his resolu
tion, which Is ns follows;
"Resolved, That proposal No. 2 of
the shippers' wharf committee as con
veyed In Its letter of May 25, 1911, rel
ative to the matter of reorganization
and un Invitation to the Merchants' As
sociation of a. representation of three
members In Its body Is acceptable to
this niwovlntlon. It being understood
thnt the acceptance of such a proposi
tion docs i.ot Involve any conditions
whatsoever attendant upon such repre
sentation other than tho assurance on
the part of this association of Its ap
proval and desire to continue tho so
called tonnage tax as at present being
levied Indefinitely, and Its upproval
thnt tlio nrnrpnils nrriiniuliiteil from
I.Mn ,n llm. rnm al,l Inv al.nll llA
IIIIIU ... .IIIIV infill nuvn !.. mmii ".
devoted mainly to the purpose of pro
tecting the shipping nnd commercial
Interests of this port."
Alt Correspondence Aside.
He prefaced this with a brief talk,
In which ho stated that at the Instanco
of members of both bodies ho bad en
deavored to ascertain tho differences
"In presenting this resolution. I am
setting aside all correspondence that
I jF5i? ItMIIUUM
Too many fellera make friends Jlst
t' sell 'em tomethln. You never git
ont' your wife's real disposition till n
store falls t' deliver somethln" on
has been passed between this body and
the shippers' committee," ho said, "and
am trying to get at the basis of tho
The merchants, many of whom knew
tho action that was proposed, hod no
objections to offer nnd, on the contrnry.
'vere glad to sec a way out of on un
pleasant situation, nnd the resolution
was unanimously adopted.
James Wakefield then offered n mo
tlon authorizing the president of the
association to name nt his leisure three
members of the association to serve on
tho shippers' wharf committee. Tho
motion wns passed, and will be carried
Into effect when the shippers nssent
to tho terms of tho resolution,
Mr. Melnerny stated thnt his resolu
tion ns passed wns acceptable to both
sides, nnd the inerehnnts feel that no
more eontoversy will nrle.
Reply Is Read.
There was. rend before tho associa
tion tho reply of the shippers last week
to the Merchants' Association when the
June Clearance Sale
ON THURSDAY MORNING, June 1st, our Entire Stock of DRY
GOODS wUl 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 ever held, and if you have
been waiting for suoh bargains here they are and here's your chance.
GOO Lingerie Dresses..
G.UO " "
7.50 " " ..
SOU " " ..
H.00 " " ..
10.00 " " ..
IS 00 " " ..
22.M " " ..
Ladies' Shirt Waists
Regular. Ralo Trice.
11.60 Quilt 11.15
Boys' Woolen Suits
Regular. Sale Prleo.
f 4.60 Suits 33.00
500 " 3.60
fi.90,' " 6.00
9 00 " 6.50
10.00 " 0 00
COTTON, TURKISH AND LINEN
Ihgular. Sale l'rlce.
$ .15 Dozen Towels J ,60
1.00 " " 1 ?5
1.60 " " I."
2.00 " " 1-50
2.60 " ' .,', ; 1.76
3.00 " " 2.00
4.60 " '" 3.00
600 " " 3.50
(Too " " 6.90
Sheeting I .40 Yurd.
.40 " .
.35 " .
.30 " .
Sheets 1 .76 each.
" .85 " .
" 1.25 "
J2.00 Doz. Pillow Cuses.
3.00 " " " .
.. 2.00 "
.. 2 60 "
I .20 Pair I-adles' Hose 15c Pair
1.25 Curtains .90 Pair
1.40 " 1.00 "
1.60 " 1.15 "
1,05 " 1.20. "
1.75 " 1.25 "
1.90 " 1.35 "
2.50 " 1.75 "
300 " 2.00 "
4.00 " 3.00 "
Boys' Wash Suits
2.76 " .
3.00 " .
3 60 " .
4 00 " .
ests .....3 for 25c
60o Vest 12V4 Kucli
t .5 Pair.
Blue Serge Suits
jfroF t i
i ft wwmWgO
r W" mWmm,
IF 111 "
HP HERE is no fabric
more genteel than the
popular and much-wanted BLUM
jSIiRGK. No ireiulenrnn's ward
robe is complete vvithout a suit 'of
this labric. Thcv 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
A. V. C aiNOIIAMS. ...... .12 Yds.ll
KLANNKI.nTTnS 12 Yds. II
KARWELL, COTTON 10 Yds.ll
KOltnST MII.I.S 12 Yds. II
I,ONSr)AI.n HIIKKTIXf ...10Yds,l
C'IU:S('KNT CAMIIRIC 10 Yd's. 11
1IKRKIU.KV OAMimiG .... 8 Yds. II
I.ONSDAI.K CAMIIRIC 8Yds.ll
INDIAN IIKAO 9Yds.ll
latter formally reiiuested reiresentutlon
without nny priivUo, The reply. In tho
light of events that have followed. Is
now hesldu thti point, hut Its exact
terms had not heen made public until
yesterday. It was from T. II. Petrle
to Secretary M Ilrasch, and Is us fol
lows. "Dear Sir: I have now to own re
ceipt of your cuinmiinleutton of tho
19th lnv t.. and In reply thereto would
state that this committee, after care
ful conslilc ration, does not see Its way
clear to modify Its former proposed ar
rangement for n reorganization of tho
shippers' wharf committee, ns sub
mitted to the special committee confer
ring with It on hchntr of tho Merchants'
Association, on the terms Indicated III
your letter of May 19, 1911, nnd con-'
seijuently enn not nccede to the reipiest
as emlioilleil In said letter, 'nnd that,
ndherlng to the alternatives already
suggested to your association through
Ith special ro.niilltteu, this cnsnnllteo
Is prepared either:
"I'lrst To recommnnd to tho ship
ping agents cnni'tltutliig this commit
teo to coiitlnua to collect the Vharfago
tax as at present, this hod furnMiIng
committees of the .Merchants' Assocl
ntlon nnd Honolulu Clmmlier of Coin
mirco with copies of Its (lunrtcrly II
nanclal statements; or,
"Second To receive Into this com
mittee n representation from the Mer
chants' Association on the terms of our
letter of May 23, 1911, o you, und.
fulling nn Intimation from tho Mer
chants' Association liy June 15 next.
that one of these alternatives Is ac
ceptable, this tiody will recommend to
the shipping agents constituting its
membership thnt they ccuso from July
1 next to collect the wharfage tax on
account of nny vessels coming to their
The merchants regard the resolution
ns really a victory for them. Inasmuch
ns It does not pledgo them definitely
to a continuation of tho tax for two
years moro nnd yet will give the rep
resentation that has been the bono of
The Moon Desks
ROLL-TOP, FLAT.-TOP, BOOKKEEPERS' AND TYPE
WRITER DESKS. TYPEWRITER AND DIRECTORS TAOLEB.
The highest quality of material, workmanship and finish.
H. Hackfeld (h Co., Ltd.,
Fort and Quei n Streets
parki:r ranch catti.i: oitow kat on tiii: juicy
ranch: orass, tiu: iibi:i' is as tkxdihi ah cihckkn.
with tiii: m:an and this pat i:vi:ni.y distriiii'tkd.
vk havi2 it.
Metropolitan Meat Market
HEILBRON & LOUIS, Proprietors
Regular, 11 Doi. Halo Price. f.Oc Dox,
rortSt,, o), Catholic Churoh
Hig Reductions in Muslin Umlerwcar, Luces, Einbroitl
eries, Drapery, ' Woolen Dress Goods, Sun Shades and
Umbrellas, Childrcn'R Dresses, Kimonos, Ladies' Over
Skirts, Dress Goods, Gloves, Linens, Ribbons, Mosiiiito
LONDON, r-NOLANI), May 4.
Operations nt Jortisalom of tho Anglo-American
sytullcata of oxcnvnlorH
threaten to causa an Interesting dip
lomatic affair. According In men
Rugcs from Constantinople tho Turk
ish government taken n serious vlow
of the matter and has sent high mil
clals tn Jerusalem to lnCBllKato the
chargo Unit tho foivlgners dosiollnl
Iho niiiiiiiu of Omar and dlscoveied
and carried away sacred relics hid
den fi om Hie llninaiis when the city
was sari. eil hy Tlliu In A. I) in.
Thcie Is tin diuiht that Iho pioiiiul
ers of the enterprise Imped lo ills
ciiwr Iho ark of Iho rnun.iiil mid thn
eOen hiani'lieil raiiilli'Slli'K, Imt u
('iiimliilltlniiiilo illHlmtrli of Uuny
sids M U hnllntiiil Unit llin iM!uri'r4
fiillllil Hiltulllolt'W ITIIVMI, III Mllhl
iiii.I hi iIiik, niul nn ancient im.iii-
UU'llpl llf llU lll)lj,
Here's Something New
SPECIALLY DESIGNED FOR USE IN THESE ISLANDS
An Electric Buhach Burner
BIMPLC EFFICIENT 8AFE
ATT.M HAIII.I: TO ANY I.KHIT KOCKIIT
The Hawaiian Electric. Co., Ltd.
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