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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, TUESDAY, JULY 18, 1911. j S lj
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LOOKS COMFORTABLE, DOESN'T IT
All of Hopp'e Porch and Cottage Furniture It comfortable and durable as It look.
Now la the time to buy aummer goodi, and juit now our linens are at their bett.
Good, eubttantial, Wall-made good, priced decidedly reasonable and within the reach of every lover of
outdoor comfort. '
In teta and odd piecee, made of
hardwood, frames extra heavy,
with conttnuoua slat seat and
back dowel and screw construc
tion, finished in leaf green.
8ix-foot Swings with Chains,
Four-foot 8ettee to match, 116.
Arm Chair to match, 98.50.
Arm Rocker to match, 99.
Other style Chalra and Rockers
in wood and matting upholstsred
seats, 95.50 to 98-50 each.
SEE WINDOW DISPLAY
Chairs, 96.50 to 910.
Rockers, 97 to 911.
Tables, 910 to 912-
In natural and green finish.
Arm Chairs, 93.50 to 95.50.
Arm Rockers, 93.50 to 96.
Chairs, without arms, 92-50 to
i Rockers, without arms, 92.75 to
Folding Canvas Chair, with
arms and foot rest, 93.50.
8teamer Chairs, open cana seat
and back, 94.
Four-foot folding 8attees, 91.75
Lawn Settees, ms'tal legs, and
heavy slat seat and back, all slata
bolted on 4 ft., 98 1 6 ft, 910.
Bentwood Lawn Settees, extra
heavy and well finished In green
4 ft., 98: 6 ft- 910.'
Crex Grass Rugs are the only
perfect porch coveringe and cot
tage ruga. They come In plain
and figured, in brown, green or
blue. They are the best, lowest
priced, longest wsarlng rug ever
offered) prices, In plain colorat
9x12, 99) 8x10, 98 6x9, 95 1
36x72, 91.50) 30x60, 91-25) 24x48,
75c.) 18x36, 50c.
Vudor Porch 8hadea ksep the
porch cool and comfortable, will
stand all' kinds of -weather, and
last longer and look better than
any other style. They come In
the following sizes and prices)
4 ft, 93.50) 6 ft, 94.501 8 ft,
96.50) 10 ft, 98.
Thrruta ot one or inure luwuulla ilo
not appear to throw the desired scare
Into the heart ot six Ilciiuhllcnn, as
well nn hostile, memoirs of the cllv
nnil county Hoard of Supervisors, who
illare that they will stand llrm for
overriding the eto of Mnvor lVrn on
City Ordlnaiiie No. 31, whlc.li liar, to do
wjth centrnlMnir the work of tho rood
department, In that It cnlli for placing
the management of this Important
branch 'of the municipal government In
the hniids of City and County Knulnecr
Qere, with tho member of Hie hoard
assisting In n purely advisory cnpiclty.
Major Tern grimly stands III ground
and sounds the oft-repoiitul declara
tion that ho will Institute a series of
suits In tho Territorial courts should
the bonnr persist In what W believes
la a well-organlred effort to deprive
him of n portion of his meager Mock
It mny result In a more or lea com
plcte tie-up of the municipal road
making machinery, hut hi Honor Is
known to have nachi-d n stag" where
he cares little what fnllmvs In the vvako
of threatened litigation.
MiClrllan, the"lone Democratic mem
ber of tho board, stands hy the major
In support of his veto. (If the 'Solid
Six," there In a possibility that Low
may ho tempted to kick our the traces,
though he has already gone on record
as favoring the ordinance and haa
Bit en It his vote nt three different rend
ing and on to n final ast,ige ttoid
Supervisor Wilder will, when the meas
ure finally become nlaw, go In In thn
oirico'of Engineer acre n hi t til. f as
sistant. Wilder, It Is said, stands to
lose nothing and has much to gain In
the contemplated shifting about
Some of the Republican members of
the hoird do not nilncli matter In
ninking thn statement that It will be
the policy of the Republican super Is
ors tc bestow what pstrnnngo Is possi
ble, with tho good of the sirvloo nlwajs
In view, upon those enrolled under the
banner of the (1. O. P
The main objection, raised long ago,
I that Honolulu, with almost a unani
mous nepubllcnn Hoard of Supirvisnrs,
Is confronted with the sad spectacle of
nn overwhelming prepundirnncn of
Democrat engaged with the road de
partment, the patronage lining been
bestow'ed bj' Democratic nppolntcc of
n Democratic major.
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PURE SILK and remain permanently silky,
never "bags" or shows "fuzz" after washing.
We guarantee six pairs to wear six months
, without holes or we will replace with new
ones free of charge. Positively the best
value in the market. In all colors, at
50c a pair
Will Do It
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Customs ofllclals are uroused nt the
action ot the German cutlery makers,
who have represented to their gov
ernment that the allegations of fraud
and undervaluation ot Imports are n
Rcliemo to fuvor their American com
petitors. a ess a
Jordan II. Stabler of Maryland has
been appointed secretary of tho lega
tion at Guatemala and Charles Camp
bell of Virginia bus been made second
secretary ot the United States em
bassy at Toklo.
There are marked Indications of n
display of rlwilry over tho ofllce of
purser In the new Toyn Klscn Knl
felin liner Hlilnjo Mnru that Is to le.io
Kobo In August on her niuhleu uv
ngo acros tho Pucldc. Captain Har
ry S. Smith, the former popular skip
per of the Nippon Mam now In xirt
lion been npioluted to the command
of the handsome new steamship. Hi'
l Bald to lmo expressed a wish In
tho higher otllclals connected with the
Japanese line that IiIh old staff of offi
cers he transferred from tho NlpKn
to tho Shluyo Maru. Tho sklpiicr l&
of the opinion that his former asso
ciates are 'so well known to him that
the tnanugement of a larger vessel
would work out In more harmonious
manner with men that had so long
served under htm on tho smaller
This transfer would result In II, J.
(Irnsutt taking or the duties of
puiser in tho big new liner Instead
of K. II Cuvuily who has inn In nov
el. il trips through here In tho Ame
rica Mnru, Cawirl) Is understood to
hate stated that unions he lands tho
I Igger i't.xi'1 he will resign from tho
T. K, K. f,erlcc.
Tho NlpM)ti Mnru arrived nt Ala
kea wliaif nt noon today with about
three hundred sacks mainland mall
and four culiln passengers. The ship
comes from San I'rnnelsco. There are
12 cabin passengers enroute to the
Par I'nst. in the steerage 50 pissen
gcrs arc hooked. Tho Nippon Mam
is earning a rather small cargo anil
has tJMI.non In tho speclo tanks.
Among tho passengers Is l'ttcr Hy
rup, the.formci I'aclflc Mall purser,
who was well known here with tho
regular visits In the Slheih. 11IUH
goen to Manila to tuko over tho ship
ping department wltli Castle llrolh
ers-Wolff and Sons.
H. I! Tall, who Introduced tho first
moving pictures Into Honolulu Is trav
eling to Hongkong thence to Manila
where he Is now located.
Captain Pllmer, tho veteran com
mander of thn Nippon Mnru, Is tho
proud grandfather for a second time.
On this occasion his sou Captain W. C.
JT S. Kiliuir, has liem presented with
! a daughter. . Already there Is a llltjn
toddler of the opimslte sex 2 )unrs
old, and the two commanders li'ivo
hopes that he, too, will some djy
(tread the bridge with tho word "Cap
tain" on his cap.
Chief Steward Holllngum has gono
out as a passenger and at Kobo will
take charge of tho commissar) de
partment of the new liner Fhlnvo
Mnru, to which Purser (Irnsett will
also he transferred, Chief Steward
Itooney, who takes HoMlngum's ptjre,
was formerly steward In the I'nclllc
I Coast steamship company.
Kxpedltlous action on the pending
treaties with Honduras and Nicaragua
was nrged by President Tuft In u iiiph
sago to the Senate.
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