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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., TUESDAY, JUNE 27, 1911. . - JJ - )T
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Waimahui Tract, Kalihi
3 New Bungalows
6 Rooms and Bath connected with
sewers, each lot 56 1-2x218. Will
be sold on our easy payment plan.
The best bargain in Honolulu for the
money. Be wise and see us at once.
03 Merchant. St. Phono 2553
Five Sanitary Hydraulic
Second Hand but Good as New. Will Sell at
Half Regular Price
Coyne Furniture Co.
YOUR. CREDIT IS COOD
A White Laundry Soap that will
give entire satisfaction
Your Grocer Sells It
FORT RUGER NINE
WINS CLOSE GAME
The Tort linger lmll Ir.im milled
another gHine In Its lone list when Itjlh., France, If; Hoc, Mi.; Ilyan. cf
Held H.irracks. to bo pluycil nt Kuplo
la nl I'm k mi tlio Fourth (if July.
Lineup hihI score:
J'nrt Niftier--Tuuir. hh ; Zanilnokn,
2li.i Vaugan, c; Lu Morn, i.; Hrenimii,
beat tho Dlniiionil Head team lit K
plolnnl Pari; Sunday by Hit) more of
K lo 2.
Tlio slick work of Lit Mcrn mid ltynn
viu erent and II helped pile up the
fclx runs. Pitching honors were nliout
even. . Dole of the Diamond llend Bent
nhm men to tho henrli, wlilla Im Mero
dismissed four hy tho samo route.
The gnmo win real baseball and from
Mart to flnlHh was closely contested.
The men behind tho sunn prned to
bo pood nt bat and on bases. Tho sup
poit Dolo received from tho rest of
the team wan not very kihmI.
I'ort linger ban arranged a eiimo with
Hi nun, rf.
Diamond Head Pnhau, !).; Lemon,
31).; McCnllum, c ; Hill, lb ; Johnny,
rf.; Kon, 2h.i Manuel, cf.; George, If ;
Dole, p. .
Fort Ituser 0 1010110 .1 7
Diamond Head ...0001040-0 05
Two-baso hit, France; struck out, by
Polo 3, l.o Mero l. Umpire, nilclirlst:
llino of game, 1 hour SO minutes.
Tho summer session of llic Normal
School, which begins next Wednes
day, will ho open only In lencho'ra.
Annouiiccinent of this was tnado tu-
ilny by Cyril O. Hmllli, who has been
named illreclor of t lie summer srhojt
and will ho In charge of Hh aclivi
This la tlio flint year for soino Unto
that tho summer school will ho car
rled on from (inula proUdcd by tho
Territory. Last year funds were sub
scribed priwitcly among ljii3lne3B
men and others for the supiiort of
tho school In order lo benefit the tea
chers, hut tho last legislature provid
ed for the school.
Director Smith this morning. In
announcing tho plana for llio session,
emphasized particularly I ho fact Iho
registration may ho made all this
week beginning tomorrow and up un
til the opening of school, and that ho
will he In tho nflloe of tlip Normal
School from 10 to 12 o'clock each,
morning lo nccoinmndato those who
wish to ir-glster, for whom Bpeclal
forms liuu been prepared. tf Ills
plans work out as ho hopes, registra
tion will bo complete by tho open
ing day iind classes will start at
Six Weeks' Session.
Tlio school opens on Wednesday
July C, ut f : IS o'clock and will con
tinue lu session until August If,, tho
llnnl examinations being hcbl on Aug
nit HI, n'ninl IS, leaning four weeks
for vacation, Weekly written tea's
will bo given tho attending students
eaeJi Krli1.iv. tho tesulls of which will
bo handed them early In the follow
ing week, mid it la hoped that Mi roc
Important points will ho gained fiom
First, showing tho faculty whether
tho woik of Iho past week has been
jiinpcrlc nsHlnillali'il; second, eneour
aging the sludrulH to better th"lr own
records nnd Iho mmk of others each
week: and third, teaching the stud
ents tho piopcr form In which an cv
iimliintlon paper should lie handed In,
results In tho past having sliowu that
such training Is highly n,cce!:siry
"Tho money appropriated by tho
legislature for the summer school in'
for teachers only," said Dlrectpr"
Smith tndny, "ami only those who
have taught will bo admitted to this
session, but 4if courso tlio final exam
inations uru open to all. The sum
mer sclion) Is in no sense n ,lmrt. cut
to tho piofesilon of leaching hut is
orgiitilml solely to help those iilio.ul
ii Iho ranks Oiilnldeis will always
bo made welcomo In tlio regular
course at llio Territorial Noiiiiii1
"The attending stndentB will h"
drilled Into two distinct grades
holding no primary c-ertiflcalcs or
whoso rrilinenti'3 hao expired, and
tboso holding Hits primary ceitincatu
who wIhIi to tako tho grammar grudo
Course of Study.
In tho primary radea the tiubJoelH
1. Thorny anil I'rnclleo of 'J'ouoli
fug, uniler'MIss Maud Dawsou
2. Arithmetic, under Mr. Oeolgo S.
5. Uugllsli Literature, under Miss
I. Natuio Study and Hyglcnn n:id
Sanitation, under Mr. M. II. Ilnlros.
li. KiieIIoIi and Kxpresslon Work,
Under Miss l..'(. Mm shall.
fi. Geography, under Mr. Charles
7. History, under Mr. McCluskoy.
8.v Music, under Mrs. A. II. Turk
or and Miss ,1 U Wlune.
The grammar grade Btinlonts will
lake up ndvanced woik in Die nlioio
subjects and geometry mid algebra In
Nolliln's an IrriUtln' as III' feller that
dials pleasantly wlula he's ovcrcharn-
in' you. Miss Fawn Llppincnt says she
jlst can't tolerate th' teller that gits
sick ever time n good show comes t'
minutes each until 2 45 p. in , with an
hour for lunch
Further informatlun on tho subject
may be secured by a call nt tho ofllco
of tho Normal School any day be
tween 10 nnd IS o'clock, mid it pamph
let has been prepireil and may ho ob
tained by those Interested, giving n
cnmpleto outline of Iho work to bo
taken up during the coming six
Cyril O. Smith, Iho director of the
school, has been mier Icing princi
pal on Kauai for the lust vear Dur
Ing tlio coming Jear he will teach nl
Kealliu He in a well-known educa
tor ntiir under his direction tho school
promises to lip highly successful!
ON STAND FOR
The Best Dressed Men In
Are wearing our Clothing be
cause they realize the superi
ority of these garments. Each
suit is made by the best tailors
the land affords.
THE STYLES THIS SEASON
are very attractive, and the
patterns and styles greater
than ever before. We guaran
tee all the colorings and the fit.
Testimony" In Support of.
Reputation Is Ad
duced. The .MiQimld divorce tilnl wnt ro-
i.uiiK.1 l.ct'iii-i.'flr'eult .lodge Iloblnsou
this mortilng. J-. II McStocker being
called lo the stand as a witness III
h'-half or McQn.iht.
Mr. MeSlocker wns cross-oxntnlned
bv Attorney Coke, mid the replies to
the ipiesllous wero to Iho generul ef
fect that MeJunld was a Fobes. and
Imliistrloiii mail, with n leaning toward
IntoNlciuilH on special occasions or
when lin was In nmo sort of troublo
V.'hll" McQuald was under McHloik
er nl ttlan, mid wblln JIcQliald was
mauagir of tho Kona Development
Cninpnny, Mr. McStocker stated that
be was a man of good habits, although
lie bad beard rumors that McQuald
soitu tinier drank ti. excess. MeHtndf
er, ns M'-fJuald'n suptrlor. bad visited
the plantation several times and bad
stopped nt MrQua Id's bouse, and dur
ing thoi.e periods of Intimacy saw
nothing that would tend to Indicate
that McQuald was" nbuilvo to his hi hit
lly Cocktails were usually inado by
Mri Mctjiinid nt dinner, McStocker
testllled, but lhat was all.
'm rM m a silHrJBLw
KENT IN PORT
Ships Will Honor Port Dur
Hag Heats on the Fourth of July, nnd
should they lire a national t-alilte In
honor of this great national holiday It
will surely go ilpwn Into current his
tory of both nations
It will nlso bo memorable to both,
seeing tliat they p'irt company for good
on lenxing here July R, each taking u
different route, the Kent going dlrect
1 to Yokohama nnd then to her tem
porary station nt Welhnlwel, and tho
Challenger sailing for tho South Sens,
touching the Sanioan Islands, FIJI and
Nilther .ship will coal or tako on
proWsions here, ns both wero welt sup
plied at Acapuleo and huvo n collier
Captain liurle. Chaplain Crolc-rtees,
Fleet Surgeon Itodil. Stnlt Paymaster
Nathen. Surgeon GlalMer
Tlioe of the Challcnecr nro Captain
(i.iunt. Commander Jephsnn, I.lcuten
ants llede. Prlekett. Itegg, Hardley
Wllmot. Wiilltcr-Jones, Porter, lCngln
uer hleutenaiitH Klniber and Stadston.
Arthur P". Oornian Jr., son of tbn Into
Culled States Senator Arthur P. Clor
man, has given bis friends to under-1 Seven Periods a Day,
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siHiiii Him nu iii " ,i vii(ii(im i... mo pnigraiii ciiiiimeiici-a wnil uiu mjn jB ,, jj,,, fnr wy , r(;(.OV(j,y
tho Democratic gubernatorial minima- fllst recitation at 8. SO a. in. and con-l , ,
tho Second Infantry team from Scho- tlon In Maryland this summer. tlnues through sin (in periods of 4."i WT-BULLETIN ADS PAY
.lor.eph It Farrlnglou, run of tho
editor of tho It ill lot In, wan oper
ated on nt llm Queen's Hospital this
morning for hernia Tho operation
in cliargo of Dr. C II, Cooper, assist
ed by Urn. Itnmua mid Walorhouse,
was entirely successful nnd the young
The Ilritl'h cruiser Kent, In charge
of Captain Stuart Fariuhar, has onco
more favored Honolulu with it visit.
Sho arrived lalo jestcnlny afternoon following currying nil such necessities,
uuil was soon docked at Naval Wharf Along the Central Aim r lean and
No, 2, after a perfect trip fiom tho Mexican coiikIs the nlllcerH witnessed
Mexican coast, with but one Incident mans sights that they may never havo
to mar thu voyage, which was Iho ttik-1 tlin pleasure of seeing ngaln Tho
lug III of l.lciiU'liaut J. C. Davis, who , workings of tho great Panama Canal
wus rushed to the Panama coast, were shown them, fairly taking their
where he Is doing nicely mid Is out of breath away at its enormity Tliey
danger. also went hobnobbing with tho Mexl-
Thu Kent mado u rapid trip, beating can Insurgents and saw- signs of recent
tbn Challenger In two days. The dial-' fighting nt Acnpulco mid other Moxl
lenge'r left Acapuleo Juno IB. while tho'can coast towns.
Kent did not depart until tho day fol- Tho entertainments to bo alforded
lowing ami threo days out sho over-' (ho vlaltlug olllcers havo not been
took her sister ship, lengthening tho mapped mil In full as yet, hut a. good
dlMonco between them considerably, jiimo Is certainly awaiting them.
I Tho vlsll hero nl Iho saino tlino by The olllcers on tbn Kent are Captain
tho two llrltlsh cruisers will provo I'aniuhar. Commander llymer. Lieu
very memorablo mid unique to both, iui tenants Collins, flood. Sneyd, Murry.
It will be llifllrbt tlino on record Hint Davis, Ilernaii, Napier. Knglncw Com
Ilrltlslr ships of war havo ever been mauiler Cumpbell, Hnglneer l.leuten-
In u port over which tho American ants Crook, IjiiiiIj and Hvmis; Marine
BANANAS WILL BE
SOLD BY THE POUND
Tho following Is from the livening
Telegram of Portland, Oregon:
Uananas by tho pound, Instead of
by the dozen, will be tho rulo among
tho grocers of 1'nrllanil nftcr today.
When (ho housewife gocB to tho cor
ner grocery for tho famed Central '-
American piodiict, she will bo asked
how ;uany pounds she wunts. and In- J
stead of measuring up tho family ii)-,
pctito by tlio number of bananas thntl
an Individual llsunllv demurs cnlr-ii.'
latlon will liuvo to bo made to dolor-.
mlno how inuny iioundn and fractions'
thereof appcafe the banana yearnlng.'-J
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The marrlngo of Mr William nop'st
ti Mrs. MncLcan, of Ullapool, Scot?
! Mini, took place on Thursday evon-1
Ing. nt llio residence of tho Hpv. Aim?2v
.list Drahms, Hllo. A largo concourse
jof Jrlcnds of tho groom wore pres
ent, and wno afterward entertained
, by a sumptuous dinner In tho Jlllo
Hotel, Tho In Ido and groom ilepart-
jeil for the Volcano House nt 8 p. m.
. IIIIIIU1.C. me usual scenes oi rejoicing.
Sachs' Hosiery Sale on Monday
Women's Summer Dresses
WHITE DRE86ES of FRENCH MARQUI8ETTC or VOILE,
tucked models, embroldored and real Irish yoke,
ALLOVER LACE-TRIMMED LINGERIE DRESSE8, FOU
LARD and PONGEE SILK DRESSES.
Laces, Collars and Jabots
In handmade IRISH CROCHET, REAL CLUNY, MALTESE, Fine
VENICC-and LINEN TORCHON. All new patterns.
At Bargain Prices, began Monday, June 26
ALL SILK, SILK LISLE and COTTON HOSIERY in every size and
color, at. Special Prices
Our $1.25 Pure Thread Silk Hose, for 95c pair
Kenyon's "Kenreign" Coats
New season's models In this celebrated garment have Just come
All of the latest improvements embodied in these handsome
coats Reversiblo Collar, Gauntlet Cuffs and large Patch Pockets.
In different shades of Tan and Drown, Gray, Navy and Black.
From $10.50 to $25 each.
"My Initials" Album '
Containing 3S0 stamping letters for marking and embroidering.
All Initials now on hand.
DELINEATOR SPRING FASHIONS EMBROIDERY BOOKS
I N. S. SACHS DRV GOODS COMPANY
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