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PARIS MODEL HATS
Not very many all told, but
quite an artistocratic collection,
each one of which will
add distinguished beautv to
the toilette of which it becomes
a part. All are from
FAMOUS MODISTES the
SHAPES, the MATERIALS,
the STYLES are of the
COSTLY, as all SPECIAL
and EXCLUSIVE BEAUTY
MUST BE. But now this is
changed. We have placed our
entire stock of IMPORTED
nATS at prices well worth
while to investigate.
state that just before
we received a large
these Rugs before
about fifty (50)
by, as we do not
increase the price
while they last, at the
conditions, a buyer
purchase these Rugs
they are'sold for on
a display of these
Rugs in our large,
harmonious coloring is
To Tiiose in
of Rugs we would
the change in tariff
and varied assortment
the change, a saving-of
per cent, was effected, customers
are to profit intend,
at present, to
but will sell tliem,
here can now
for much less than
Ye have made
central show window, beautiful
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sure to attract
Foit Street. -
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THE BOKOLULTJ BKFUBE20AS SUSD4 AGGCST 19, 11.
TROTTIIfB RICES IT
GOOD SPOBT THEEX
DAY POB IHE IAiVEZS
OF THE HOBSE.
Judd's Mongoose "Wins the
Tozty Class and tlie Same
Driver's Pat Takes
the Other Bace.
The sport at Kapiolanl park
afternoon, the best that has
been -witnessed there since the June
race nseting. The horses broke out
'ex times daring the races, bat
these breaks came just at the
The first race was for gentlemen's
roadsters of the 2:40 class, one mile
best two in three. Three horses were
ntered In this event Mongoose
driven br Judd. Billy, driven br Diggs
and Sadie, driven br Bellina.
After two or three trials a good start
was made. The racing was pretty even
to the first quarter, Moongoose leading
Billy by about two lengths and
Sadie beginning to drop away like
water from an icicle when the sun
strikes it. In the second quarter Billy
began to crawl up, and by the time
the half was reached had almost
caught the leader, but just at this
point he broke badly, losing the raw
through this fault. Sadie decided tt
take a rest, while Bellina had lunch.
At the third quarter Mongoose stir
led, but owing to Billy's break ha
increased her lead to four lengths
Billy now showed wonderful tenacit;
and against serious odds fought gamel;
to the finish, making up half of the
lost ground. Mongoose crossed tii
line first in 2:43, finishing two lengtbr
ahcid of Piliy. Sadie came in aftei
th other two horses had gone to ?nc
The second race was the race of today
from a sensational standpoint. Ir
was a mile affair for three minuu
class. Lady LIghtfoot, a Christmas
tree horse, was driven by Bellina, Pat
was driven by Judd, Bones by Decker
Jr., and Charley by Doc Monsarrat.
After some fiddling the horses goi
away in good style. They had baraly
started before some one attempted a
stunt that ended fatally for a sulkey
a driver and the hopes of the bettinc
aggregation who had their money o.
the unfortunate horse. Bones had :he
pole, with Pat next and Charley Xo. a
In some way Charley was forced behind
and in trying to place himsai.
nearer the pole ran square into Deck
er's sulky. Decker got clear, but tat
left wheel of the doctor's rig, withou
consulting anybody's feelings in .th.
matter, had the impudence to give way
throwing the rider to the ground. The
other three went on without waiting U
help their crippled companion, the do,
tor returning to the stables. In fron
of the judge's stand Doc waxed elo
quent in his wrath and said severu
things that are only put in printing i.
the torin of blanks. Ihe grand staa
went wild and called for an eucoi
which was iinmeuiately forthcomin
with such an etfect that several ladle
in the audience were heard to remai.
how cool it was. In the meantime in
remaining horses were well away. P
had passed the first quarter twt
lengths ahead of Bones, who led Lad
Lightfoot by four lengths. The nau
was reached in the same order, the dis
tance between them remaining th
same. Bones now began to crawl u,
and by the time the third quarter wa
reached was but very little to the bad
By this time Lady Lightfoot hac
ceased to be in it They entered th
stretch In full swing, but the la3 i
spurt had beeu too much for Bone
although he hung to it in a game fasL
ion. He broke just before the finish
Pat passing under the wire an eav
winner by two lengths. Time 2:51.
Mongoose And Billy were the onl.
horses to enter the second heat of tin
2:40 class. This was the prettiest rac
of the day. The horses got away ol
the first trial. At the first furlong
they were neck and neck. At the quar
ter Judd's horse led by a neck. Fron
this point on to the five-eights pole th
positions remained unchanged. In tin
sixth furlong Diggs began to urge hi
animal a trifle, so that by the time
the three-quarters was reached the
were neck and neck again, and at thr
seven-eights post Diggs had opened n
a lead of half a length. Just at th
point Billy went Into the air and b
fore he was under way again the ra
was a sure thing for Mongoose, wb
crossed tly; line three lengths ahead
The last race was in the nature of
procession. Bones withdrew and Lai
Lightfoot entered so that in case any
thing was dropped by the other tw
she might pick it up for them. Pa
started oft leading Charley by tw
lengths. In this way they traveled un
til the third quarter was reached, wher
the distance diminished to a length
They swept Into the stretch well to
gether, when one of those inevitabl
breaks gave the race to Pat. whi
crossed the line in 2:50, three lengthf
to the good.
DOINGS OF CIRCUIT
Important Decision in the Street
Bailway Matter Hendry Divorce
Granted Other Matters.
An important decision in the case of
J. A. McCandless vs. The Hawaiian
Tramways company was rendered yes
terday by Judge Humphreys. It was
on oral decision and sustained the contention
of the plaintiff's bill for Injunction
In every point. The court's
decision was unreservedly against th
trunways company and the govern
ment officials were complimented by
the judge on their endeavors to protect
the public Interests.
Yesterday's decision follows the decision
of a week ago In which the
Rapid Transit company brought salt
against the tramways company for an
Injunction to compel the defendants
to stop work on the laying of a double
track. That decision was decided in
favor of the tramways company.
The ruling of the court yesterday
made the bill of injunction a perpetual
one. The court remarked that Su
perintendent McCandless and the attorney
general had been criticized for
their course In the matter for the rea
son that theyc were alleged to be In-1
terested In the Rapid Transit company.
Judge Humphreys thought that the
sactTcmR ww to b cwaplimwttfd for
looking cct for the Interests c the public,
as they Trere doing in this case.
An appeal sill he tsken by the
company to the Saprese Conn.
The pItioa for divorce In the matter
of Marion W. Hendry vs. E. 3.
Hendry was granted.
In the matter oi the estate at the
late James Campbell. H. D. Mead has
besn appointed master to make an
The cases of Palea and Bull have
been taken to the Supreme Court jn
bills of exception. These cases wre
dismissed by Judge rinmphreys several
In the cases for divorce of Andrade
vs Andrade the libelee was allowed 530
for attorney's fee. Petition for alimony
Samuel Barney was arraigned In the
Circuit Court yesterday for murder In
the first degree. Plea was reserved
until next Wednesday.
The appeal In the case of the Territory
vs. George A. Davis, charged with
acting as a notary of public without a
license was continued to the November
MUST KNOW SOMETHING
OF ENGLISH LANGUAGE.
Judge Estee Befuses to Naturalize
Man Who Couldn't Bead
Nor Write It.
Several sturdy sons of Portugal were
made citizens by Judge Estee yesterday.
Some of them were merchants.
Most of them were laboring men. One
of the applicants was refused citizenship
because he could neither read nor
It was announced in the District
Court yesterday that on account of the
.llness of District Attorney Baird any
.urther consideration of the habeas
jorpus matter of Lau Sam would have
io go over. The brief of the petitioner
n answer to the brief of the attorney
general was filed and the case submitted.
C J. Burt, a native of Sweden, was
TALKS OF HIS MISSION.
. F. DUlingham Says He Accomplished
All He Went East For.
B. F. Dillingham, the noted promoter
and financier, arrived on the Pekin
yesterday from the mainland, where ne
aas been spending the last nine
nonths. When interviewed last night
ay a Republican reporter he said:
"No, I had no trouble at all in interesting
eastern financiers in Hawaiian
sugar stocks. Everywhere I went, botn
.n the far east and in California, I met
.vith the greatest succcess. I secured
enough money to make it sure that
here will be no new assessments on
Dlaa for several months.
"I do not intend to place the bonds
m the market in Honolulu, as money
eems to be a trifle tight now, for what
eason I do not know. Some of the
londs will be placed on the New Yor::
narket and some in California. Stocks
'ill soon be up again as soon as the
.ew influx of money comes. While in
sew York I suffered considerably from
Il-health, but I can say that now,
hanks to California, I am in as good
lealth as ever before in my life. Yes,
am thankful to say that r fully
the object of my mission."
A crowded house was in attendance
it the Orpheum last night, many being
jlad to secure standing room. The
mlu boohla was one of the features of
ho evening. Hen Wise was a little
ff in this part last evening, but today
ae attends a "luau" and intends to take
special lesson and .promises much
tter next week should there be a re-
uest for this act.
The quartette rendered a few choice
elections which were well accepted.
Tie closing sketch in which the whole
ompany took part, was very funny.
V change of program is on for Monday
ight, in which a new sketch, written
yy Mr. Allen Dunn, will bo produced.
Doss the Mosquito See His FiniahP
At length the government of
d States, as represented by that agile
.nd alert body, the bureau of
jology of the department of
ure at Washington, is to wage new
rar on the sometimes malaria breeding
nd always pestiferous mosquito.
An army of dragon flies is being r3
uited for the purposes of this wai
ad these winged soldiers rill be dis
ibuted throughout the country a-
ed appears for their services. Ther
ppears to be no doubt that a mosqult
iet is immensely to the taste of th
Iragon fly, and he is unlikely to wearj
it it, even for a moment.
According to experiments
Chief Howard of the bureau of en
omology, as described in the New
fork Journal, two active and robust
?ragon flies in a cage devoured no less
nun S00 mosquitoes in 6 hours and 40
ninutes. If two can do so much, 2,000
lragoa flies can accomplish marvels.
Given a reasonable supply of dragon
lies within easy reach of the pervasiye
nosquito of Staten Island or the shores
3f "Jersey," and one of the most troublesome
and elusive pests known to
America may be eliminated even from
'ts chosen homes on marsh and lowland.
Is the mosquito soon to see his finl3h
The Republican Is represented by
special correspondents at Washington
ind San Francisco, and has a complete
What is (he latest Novelty?
THE DYING PIG-
For Sale by . . .
ISWS Oif THE TOW1T
Colonel SanLPariw returned In th
Andy Brown is on the street scaia
f after a sick spell.
Governor and Mrs. Dole returned
from Hawaii in the Kinaa.
W. E. Bckwith and bride arrived in
the Peking yesterday.
Wray Taylor, the commissioner of
agriculture, is visiting Hilo.
Elgar and Norman Halstead and
wife returned in the Peking.
A large delivery wagon lor the new
ice company arrived on the Peking
The local hospital corps men ordered
for duty to the far East expect to leave
on the transport Siam.
H. E. Wairy, who sailed for the coast
in the Mariposa, goes on business in
connection with the taking up of the
Kona Sugar Company's bonds.
The addition of many new benches
to the grounds. of tho Capitol building
will be appreciated by thoe
present at the band concerts in future.
A lot of samples of wire lathing have
been sent here for trial. Some made
of very thin sheet iron are also among
Announcement is made of the engagement
of Miss Elizabeth Kilsyth
Livingston, niece of Mr. and Mrs. Van
Burgh Livingston of New York city, to
Charts James Welch, head of the firm
of Welch & Co. of San Francisco and
Two very fine bay driving horses
were brought down on the Peking for
B. F. Dillingham. While in the east
Mr. Dillingham bought some very fine
rigs, which will be seen soon on the
streets. They also came on the Pe
king. Among the vehicles purchased
was a for the hotel at
Says the Hawaii Herald of Hilo:
"Chief Justice Frear and wife were
taken to Kaumana by Sheriff Andrews
on luesday to. view the waterheads of
the Olaa Sugar Co. They were astonished
at the volume of water obtained
there and Sheriff Andrews Is of the
opinion that the flow will be sufficient
for the Olaa and Kaumana lands. Another
waterhead In the vicinity will be
utilized for irrigating some of the
lands. Yestserday they left for
Puna with Deputy Sheriff Lyman."
Yesterday's Ball Game.
The game of baseball at Punahon
yesterday was won by the Jndd building
aggregation, who defeated the E.
O. Hall & Son's team by the score cf
26 to 19. The work of Castle for the
victors in the box was especially good.
P. M. Landsdale also did good work
with the stick. The fielding of both
teams was poor.
Hawaiian Sugar Company.
At a meeting of the stockholders of
the Hawaiian Sugar company yesterday
amendments were proposed to several
of the by-laws. The shares were
increased from 20,000 to 100,000, while
the par value was placed at $20. Th
time of the annual meeting was
changed from October to February
The time of giving notice of proposed
amendments was changed from one
month to two weeks. There were
10,930 shares represented.
First Team Won.
The match shoot between the first
and second teams of the police force
took place at Iwilei yesterday. The
first team had but nine men against
ten men in the second team, but the
first team won handily. The score was:
First team, total 343; second team,
total 307. Jim Eupihea and George
Hubbell of the first team made 42 and
41 respectively. Captain Eanae also of
the first team, had the next highest
score. He made 40. The highest score
made on the second team was 40 by
Moau, and the lowest score made was
to the Ladies...
Few women care for the
hair a3 they should. When t
the hair begins to come out
they are alarmed. It would
be much better if they give it
more attention when it is in a
healthy condition. The first
requisite in the care of the ,
hair is a GOOD TONIC. Just
the kind we keep. Our Hair
Tonic will kill dandruff. Stop
the hair from falling out. Cure t
itchness of the scalp. Make
the hair soft and glossy. It i
keeps the hair and scalp in a
Try a bottle and give it a
! Misses De Lartigue,
Hair Dressiig lad t
HOTEL STREET XEXTT.X.C. A. T.
ttlaU Jliehols Co. litd'.
1 1. S. Saclis Drv Goods C Ltd
Wear One oi Our
Crash or White Pique
SkirtS this hot
We have received a
i LATEST DESIGNS, each
and equal to any made to
! We have also placed
select varietv oi the very
GARMENT correctly cut
on special sale a nice lot of
French Printed Lawns,
These were imported to sell at
20c PER YARD
Our price for to-day is only
15c TH&3S3JS PER YARD f
Absolutely Fast, t
narrow laces and insertions
positively the largest assort- I
in Honolulu, and the
The demand for
continues, we have
ment of laces ever offered
j prices are away down.
Ex Bark Planter, S. G. Wilde
and S, S. Australia.
A LARGE SHIPMENT OF THE LATEST AND MOST,
ELEGANT LINE OF
Surreys, Phsetons, Runabouts,
Low Wheel Road Wagons,
Bike Buggies, Traps, Etc., Etc.
ALSO A FINE LINE OF
Carriage Lamps, Dash Lamps,
Sun Shades, Lap Robes, Hack,
Surrey and Buggy Carpets, Sheep
Skin Mats, (different colors and sizes.)
Stylish Single and Double Harness
(With Rubber Trimmings.)
Light and Heavy Harness
(For All Purposes.)
The goods were personally selected by Mr. Schuman
from the factories in the East.
These GOODS are of STANDARD MAKES, of the very
LATEST DESIGNS and are now ON DISPLAY at-
Between Fort and Aiakem Streets.
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