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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, FRIDAY, SEPT. 1, 1911.
Semi -Annual Clearance Sale
will open tog
l:or eat Ins, drinking; and cooking
1 Pure, Delicious, Nutritious
ItrKUlMtil V. a. l'utctit OIIIco
Breakfast Cocoa, 1-2 lb. tins
Baker's Chocolate (unswect
t ened), 1-2 lb. cakes
German's Sweet diocolatc,
1-1 lb. cakes
For Sale by leading Grocrn In Honolulu
Waiter Baker & Co. Ltd.
DORCHESTER. MASS., U. S. A.
S3 HIGHEST AWARDS IN
EUROPE AND AMERICA
President Griffiths imcl
cipal Fitts to Register ,
Oaliti College uml'tiie Putmliuu Pre
paratory School open for the Full
term on Monday, September lltli,' tat
!, o'clock, President Griffiths tit the
rollout- mid Principal Flits at tlio Pn
purnloiy school will hold office hours
from !) to 1 1 every tiny next week. '
New pupils who littvo not ulicnlly
I centered will find It more convenient
to do so before the openltiK session,
At this time It wilt, he posstbld lor
new students to register for tlio new
term and to arrange In advance fof
entrance examinations. Theso exniu
Illations will be held at both schools
on Suttirdny, September 9lh nt !)
o'clock. Ati opportnnlty will alto be
given piirenta and pttplls for conin;
tntlon on next year'u school plans.
Tlif butlilltiK of the Annex to C. It.
Illshop Hull will provide six addition
al elms rooms and It Is hoped that
theso may lio ready for occupancy by
the middle of tlio year.
Additional teachers have been se
cured to tench In tlio nmln building
until thu Annex fw completed.
Temporary arrangements for the
girls and women teachers who weie
to occupy Castle Hall hnvo been made,
so there will be no dcluy In the open;
Ing of the school session.
President flrllllths and Principal
Fltts returned from Maul on the
Mautm Ken today. '
A LIST OF MONEY-SAVERS for the First-of-tlie-Month Shoppers. Sales particularly for housewives who are busily
equipping their families and their homes for Fall. Prices at half and lej,s. We arc giving values that excel 'anything
ever attempted. Nothing reserved. Do not overlook this phenomenal Sale, for here your dollar does the work of two.
I II HIIIKAI AM 73
YEARS OLD TODAY
(Continued from Pag 1)
part of tlii decorations. These lnrgo
kahilis, nccoidlug tn a Hawaiian cus
tom, nre used only on statu nccusleins
and rojiil funerals. Yellow (lowers, tliu
lllmu In particular, sjmhnllc of Ha
ll all's riulty, wore In e fdcncu ilnrlng
Dining the reception, the Hawaiian
roynl' ensign, which llew over' Iolanl
Pal. ice, now thu l?xccutli building,
Ordinarily Queen t.llluokalanl spends,
a retires! life ut Washington Place. Hhc
reads a great ileal, never missing thu
Hawaiian and KukIIsIi newspapers. She
watilie's and familiarizes herself with
local iitTnlr. Hut when asked for
statements rigardlng the political con
dition of Hawaii today, she declines to
I discuss the subject.
' "lliio Jon un thing to say about tlio
present administration of the Hawaiian
government?" she was asked. Tho
limn promptly and courteously an
swered In' the negative.
I "Oovernor Frenr Is the chief execu
tive, of the Territory of Hawaii,'' said
sin "1 inn IIvIiik ic retired life, and
nil .that I know lie. through thn.edlu'niiis
. -. . ...
nc me newspapers.
Ladies' Muslin Underwear
YOU CAN SAVE HALF OR MORE
Night Gowns i
each, Sato Price..
each; Sule Price.,
each J Sale Price.,
each; Sale Price.. i
each; Sale Price.,
each; Sale Prlco..
eueh; Sale Price.,
each; Sale Pi Ice,,
each: Sale Price..
$ X pair;
1 00 pair;
2 00 pair;
3 00 pair;
Pequot and Golden State Sheeting
42 Indies wide; Keg. 20c yard; Sale Price 15c yard
45 inches wide; Reg. 25c yard; Sule Price ...., 2()r )iinl
54 Inches wlda; Keg. 27U yui'd; Snio Price 22!ac )rd
R3 Inches wide; Keg, 3214c yard; Sule Prlco 25e jnrd
72 inches wldo; Keg. 35c yard; Sule Prlco 27!ic jard
81 Inches wldo; Keg. GJ'Ac yard; Sale Prlco , 30c yard
DO" Indies wide; Keg. 40c. yurd; Sule Price ,1'2'ar jaril
P-?quot and Golden State
03-00 Ueg ( .75 en.; Snio Price
3-!l0 Iteg. .85 iii ; Sule Price.
72-110 Iteg. .110 en.; Sule Price.
Sl-'JO Ittg. ,'JU eu.; Sale Price.
SI-'JO Heg. 1.0(1 cm.; Sulo Price.
81-110 Keg. l.'.Ti eu.; Sale Price.
SO-'VJ Heg. I.2.r. eu.: Sale Price.
Ladies Shirt Waists
Keg tl 00 each, Sale Price if .50
Heg I r.O each; Sale Price .75.1. 1",
Keg 2 00 eueh. Sale Price 1.00.1.25
Keg 2 2f. each; Sale Price I.I5.I.50
Keg 2 :. each. Sale Price I.IO.l.'.MI
lleg 3 00 each, Hale Price IJ10.2.II0
lleg 100 enib, Sale Price .M:0.'.,.7."
Keg 4 ',0 each j Sale Price JJ5rt.lHI
Heg 5 00 eiuli. Sale Price ,.,..".(l.:t..Mt
Heg r,0 each; Sale Price.. SM-tJM
Keg '.100 eueh; Sale Price l.:,l.C.iHI
COTTON, LINEN, TURKISH
Keg. .90 doz.; Sale Price,. .75 iloir.
Keg. 1.00 doz.; Sale Prlrc.. .75 dax.
Keg. l.r0 dor..; Sule Price.. 1.15 dot.
Keg. 1.75 d07; Kale Price.. U'." dot.
Keg. 2.00 doz.; Sale Price.. M doz.
Keg. 2.2ri doz.; Sato Prlco.. 1.75 doz.
Keg. 2.75 doz.; Sale Price.. 2.00 doz.
Keg. 3.00 do.; Sale Price.. 2.2." doz.
Keg. 3X0 doz.; Sale Price.. 2.50 doz.
Keg. 4.00 doz.; Sale Price.. 3.00 doz.
Keg. 7.00 doz.; Sale Price.. 4.75 doz.
Keg. 8..10 doz.; Sule Prlco.. R.00 doz.
Iteg. 10 00 do..: Sale Price.. 7.50 dim:
3 00 pair;
5 00 pair;
0 00 pair:
Reg. $2.00 Quilts; , Sale Prlco..
Keg. 2.50 Quilts; Sale Price..
Heg. 2.75 Quilts; Sale Prlco..
Heg. 3 00 Quilts; Snio Price..
Iteg. 3 50 Quilts; Sale Price..
Keg. 4 00 Quilts; Sale Price.,
fteg. 5.0(1 Quills; Sule Price..
Keg.. BOO Quilts: Sule Prlco..
.Linen Torchon Laces, 1-2 in. to 4 in. -wide
Reg. $1,00 doz.; Sale Price 60c doz.
Hog. $14 00 eueh; Sale Price
Keg. 10 00 each. Sale Pi Ice.
Iteg 1X00 each. Sale Price
Iteg. 20 00 each; Sale Price .
$.",00 each; Sale Price
lino each; Sale Price
7 00 each; Sale Price
7.5(1 each; Sale Price
13 0(1 each; Sale Price
QUEEN ULIUOKALANI, WHO .CELEBRATES SEVENTY
THIRD BIRTHDAY TODAY.
.Friday Morning; Sept 1st.
Fruit of tlio Loom, per )d . ,10c M
Uinsdnle Sheeting, per )d lltr H
Farwcll Collon, per d 10c H
Pride of tlio West, per yd .. ..I5r H
descent Cambric, pur d IOC H
Iterkley Cambric, per yd 12'ir
Inisdiile Cambric, per yd 12'ir H
l.lnwood Cumbrlc, per )d 15c H
Ind. Head. :n In. wide, per )d .HUr
Fort Street, I
Opp. Catholic Church
arrangement, was granted an audlenca
ut Washington Place. I
In commemoration of her birthday,
tho iiuccit today announced the dona
tion of a park site, the Wnlkuhalulil
waterfall S'lU-, to the public. Thu an-1
nouiicement, which was Hindu In n let
ter to J. M. McCliesney, chairman of
thu Civic Federation park committee,
was within Id until the morning other,
birthday. Colonel C. P. laukea, man
ager of the I.tllunkalanl Trust, an- , ., ,.
nounced the gift In the following let-' . , CConllntitd from P.g. )
. largely oor. It Is slated, by tho time
er. I . .. . ., ,
ilr J. M. MeCliesnev. Clvlo KmIitu- ' '" ""'"" -"". -" "" j
thin Purl: Committee, Honolulu,
Pear Sir: Itefeirlng to the Walkn
lilulu lunds deslreit for park purposes
SOLDIERS GIVEiCOURT FILINGS
fhn lii.il, nrrnsted U'llu drunk mill
his rompanloiiK declare that If bo wris
troutcd brutally liy the ollce, there
was no excuse ns hu was not In tl
condition ty hurt any one.
It was learned this morning Hint
Cheo and Ooc Say Sou.
account of guardian.
M if, p in. P. Wn. lto lloo Tall
Clin' and (loo Say Ijiii. Third annual
nccnuiit of giiiirillnn.
i'U'O p. m -Partial report of grand
:i:30 p, m On Tnl s. Ahunn. Hill
Pilings of documents In the Supremo ' 4 V m P. 319. Clunrillansliip ot
mid Circuit courts up to noon today '. II. McCliew. minor. Itelrnsn of
: irit it In ti
Third nnnual 9:3f, n in. I 7405. City .Mill Co.
h Miitimoma juiiginvnt ami ciriiu
nito doc kited.
I would Infoim you that the trustees
have iigreeil to favor nil aniendnient ot
,1... '.It ...1 t.f ,,,a ..h,v..l... ,l...ai. li.M.ld
niu' be wltln'rawn from Its terms and Wl1 -,s n'nu"K. ll0 M,?n.'aA. T
acquired 'by thu park committee, pro
vided that the committee will movo
tho bouse now on the premises over to
the Micunt lot on the Wtilklkl side of
rlously started trouble In tho Iwllel
section by attacking Pollco Officer
Necdham when lie tried to prevent
them from making n dlstiibauco llicre.
be road and place the same In good The attacking men v,cro ilrhen away
ttr TnnMMAan ...l,,i nnnin ,,. Wnn.lhi,m'J
.Bhorlff Jnrrett this morning do-
during the moiiurchknl dass, wuved Praises President Taft.
cuer the Ihigsluh til the yard. I ' Sho'spoku of'l'reHldinl Tuft w Itli en
Htntloncd under the shady brulicbes thuslashi.
of it large kukul tree, Captain II. Iter- "President Taft Is n splendid man,'
ger lind his nuiskluiiH played Hawaii's Mild tho itiecu. "He lecelu's Ills
melodies. One of tho queen's compo- Itors hospitably" Hho stated thuf sho
sltlous, thu moHt widely known of nil had met thu President wlillo sho wus
the Hawaiian music, Is "Aloha Oo" In Washington.
(fill ow i II to thee). As the bund play- Ono of the recognized Hawaiian ail
ed this selection before) leaving Wash- thors today Is Queen I.llluukalanl. Hho
ington Place, tho iiueen showed signs Is author of a book, "Hawaii's Htory by
of agitation. The reception ciimn to Hawaii's Queen" The iiuocn hus also
a chifcu ut 1 o'clock, when the Jiand written other books, which are rend
plajiMl "Hawaii Ponol," the Hawaiian qnlto etenslely by hlstorluns.
nntloi.il nnllieui. During tho recep. Ilesldes lielng nu author, sho Is also
Hon, light refn ulinients wile served to one of the most versatile composers of
the cullers Hawaiian music.
"Hookuput" Are Few. Altogether .tho iiueen has composed
tjJiilll.o tho good old days In Hnwull about forty-seven Hawaiian kongs,
net, Jlio 'hookupiis," or tho offerings, some of which nru translated Into Eng-
vvlileli.'wein largo on a nionnich's birth- llsli. According to tho roynl history
day, wito conspicuously absent. In fact, of Hawaii's 'iillls,' mi other monarch
thuo were very few presents brought, of Hawaii has ilone so much for Hn-
After Hie reception tho queen, ac- wTillan music film Is' notx only n good
compnnlid by bur nttendants, ibiivo up composer, but she sings and plays
to tho Niiiianu homo of Mrs. C. H. IIol- piano and organ, having once been
lovviiy, wliern u pol liiuih was prepared organist of the Knwntnlinn church,
for lur. Only Intlinnto friends of Mrs. OnA of the pleasantest experiences
Hollowuy were pri'sent. Mrs. Hollo- Ihn queen bus li.id Intely, she said yes
habitable condition; and further Hint,
HhouIdtho land, when donated, there
uflci cense to bo used for public pur
poses at any time, the same shall re
vert to tho trusters.
"I might Inform the committee nt tho
same time that Her Majesty Queen
I.llluoknlnlil has signified her pleasure
of donating Hie laud for park purposes
ns soon ns the title Is vested In her by
anointment of tho deed of trust. Yours
"Manager. I.llluokalanl Trust."
f ORAISE HENS
Clnicnco Walker, who dared tho
skies In a biplauo here a few weeks
ago, Is now going tn tho morq.pnv
Hrtlr pin suit of chicken raising, tic-
ecu ding to the following fioni Hid Sun
SAN MATF.O, August 25. Tho call
of tho clouds n6 longer lures Clarence
H. Walker, llio amateur aviator, who
tins sold ills Citrtlss biplane, and will
Invest tho pioceods In a chicken farm.
Walker wilt enter tho business on n
largo scalo mid lias arranged with
nled that Officer I'oluku lll-trented
Soldier Osborne at the pullce station.
The soldier, according to tho Sheriff,
was cry disorderly when brought to
tho station. Poliaku lee) him from
behind, and tn order to prevent the
soldier fium kicking nt him and oth
ers, ho pushed him against tho coun
ter and held him until ho vyart taken
down to tho cell.
tiro git en below.
The letters shown nfler Hie tlmo of
filing mo used for Indexing purpoies
and mean ns follows: I), divorce; II,
equity; 1., law; and P, probate,
llguies are also for reference.
Septembir 2. 1911. .
4 p. pi Oo.' P. Tblelen. Outh,
Htptimbcr 2, 1911.
S:05 a. m P 4379 Hstnto of Henrv
The). ( Mni-r-1i.ini. Afllilmlt i.r nnlillcjitliin.
fcni n. in P. 4190. Hstntu M. B.
(irliihnum A'dnvlt of publication.
8:0.1 it. in P. 4113. Kstuto John
9:01 n in S8S. 1 H. Ilorges vs. .Velll Affidavit of publication.
Maria A. It. II. ele H. Hncnnceo. Record 8:35 n. in. D. tl". MnrKle vs.
on nppenl iMurktii'. Aiimvit of llbellant.
C1UCIUT COURT. ,:30 n in IS 1795. Knckwltz vs.
September 1, 1911. (lortdwln rt nl. Complaint and sum-
12:45 p. m. P. 3993. Ito Ooo Tauinniis tiled.
Cextello Douse nlco Is 'n tl custody
of the federal nutliorltles at Paw tin k
ct, It I., ns tho re-sult of nllege-d pass
ing of ii counterfeit $1 bill,
Frank Roslnl, u young Italian of New
York, lies been shot for the fifth tlmo
by mysterious enemies.
The rules committee nf the House
ilcH'Idcil to postpone isinslderiltloli eif
the I.luubergh resolution providing for
mi InvestlKatlon nf the alleged Wall
Street money trust.
"Snobbishness Is dividing the church
ngnlnst Itself In America," 'ilccl.inil
Miss Clara llarge, siH-retary of tho
Women's Home Missionary Hoele ty of
Hie Methodist Kpiscopiil church. In on
luldross before 3300 Chicago Method
The sugar market was strong today
In almost every stock, sales of moder-
uto volume-. Although not muny truns-
ncilous were le'coiiieu, niosi nr uie
blocks sold ,vvnre of good sire, showing
the' demand en thu part ot re'speiiislbhi
Investors for sugar securities
Walaluu furnlsbril thu most Interest
of'tbo day, ending with u rise to 129,
ut which llguro llfly shuri's wero sold
nt the morning session of the oMhange.
Previously u nuinber of blocks hail
e banned bauds at 127.50 mid 128.
A strong demand for O.ihu wns nlso
In evidence, this stock holding Its high
llguro of at 25 with much consistency
Olio big snio In
IiIb mother, Mrs. Allhea Walker, tn
uso six noes of her beautiful Snn Kvvn Is firm nt :i.' 75
I '' 11 ((-v . ..-.... ........ i ll .nil- (. l.( nnv rtlllf J n a
way, who returned this inclining from lerday, wus the receipt of u letter from ' Mnten estate, which ho will dovoto llnvvnllan Conimi relal. 400 fliares ut
Hllo. gave this lunch In honor of tho King Oenrge, tliiiiuuh Consul Forster.. exclusively tn fowl raising. '42.50, wus n corded, but 42 25 Is thu
queen as she contemplates taking u expressing his appreciation to tho
long Journey to the Htates, vvlicio sho queen for having taken part In n spo
will remain several months. In former clnl service held on Coronation Day.
jearsKtho queen uavu.ii. birthday luuu Tho mussago from His Majesty King
Chicken raising Is nothing new t' market price as the week eloses,
Walker, us his father, tho lato lluvld JJ.4'J4'$?$'
F. Walkor. cniiltnllst, whoso will wiihIwiiA n chicken fnncler and Forest
Just admitted to piolmto after n sen-l.awn, lils palatial country homo, wns
Watch Panama Grow
(. - X 4 f c, i v v'i U
This Company having undertaken to place settlert and secure development of several hundred
thousand acres of Panama Government lands, to Illustrate what these lands are capable of pro.
duclng, la taking charge of the development for the first owners, who can have their lands cul.
tlvated on shares, thua avoiding the necessity of advancing any money other than buying the raw
land from the Government.
As the country It filled up, owners will be expected to attend to their own development. There
Ii thus every Incentive to buy now, and as sugar lands can be placed on an income. producing basis
within a period, of eighteen months, here Is YOURA opportunity to own your own plantation at
a email cost. ,
Price $6.00 Per Acre Payable $t.OQ per
acre down and 25c an acre per. month for
20 months, Wih no taxes for five years !
As the offer to cultivate and develop lands Is 'subject to cancellation without notice, NOW Is tho
time to act.
PANAMA DEVELOPMENT CO.,
210 MERCANTILE PLACE
BETWEEN FIFTH AND SIXTH 8TREET8
LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA
nt'Poonkalanl, her seaside residence) at Oeorgo of arcut llrltaln wns conveyed notional contest by Salt take holrs, Rioted for Its blooded stock. , 11
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