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" CLOTHES CLEANING.
Tho tixport Clothes Cleaning Co.,
goods called for and delivered 1127
Fort street opp. Club Stablos.
Tiend niassago at Jeffs' Barber Shop
beforo tackling that Intricate business
proposition. It stimulates tho men
tal faculties nnu manes you a wmuei
ufi- nfl' itmo
MAltHS KENNY, bramatic Studio from
San Francisco, 175 Beretanla. Prac
tical 3-months' private course. Act
ing, Elocution, Monologues, Vaude
ville, Dancing, Heading. Graco Cul
ture. Phone 33.
Men's Clothing on credit 11.00 a
week. Suit given at once. Francis
Levy, Outfitting Co., Sachs Bldg., Fort
WANTED TO HUY
Old books, magazines, Hawaiian
stamps and curios. Books exchanged.
Weedon Curio Bazaar. Fort 8twt,
BUY AND SELL.
Diamonds and Jewelry bought, gold
and exchanged. Bargain In musical
Instruments. J. Carlo, Fort St. '
Are your Sox Insured?
If not why not?
6 months guarantee
6 pairs I" a Box.
Selling at 51.75. box.
'Lustre at $3.00. box.
Coloured Silk $2.25 a box.
Bank of Hawaii Pago 7
Wireless 1'ano 2
Wall Nichols Co Page 4
Hawaiian Lodgo Pago 6 '
Probate Notlco Page ft !
Bishop Trust Co.., Pago t j
Bankruptcy Notlco Pago 5 ,
LIABLE TO FADE
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there is any mistake in tho premises is to say that both Aylctt and
Ahia were talking "through their huts."
The plot thickens as far as tiie mystery is concerned, but, alas, is
likely to fade away through "cold feet" or a lack on the part of the
persons who had made the allegations, alias the "alligators" to carry
the proposition through.
The Territorial grand jury met this morning but had nothing to do
with the bribery case. The jury reported to Judge Cooper at noon,
handing in a return on a minor burglary mutter. The inquisition is
not likely to meet auain for a week, during which time the bribery
idity (grains por cubic foot; relative CJvse may be prepared for presentation, if Ahia doesn't altogether
back out ot his assertions nnu it Ayiett is still willing, as lie told the
supervisors, to tell the grand jury how he came to bo offered 'a bribe.
All of which time is useful for forgetting, and for changing minds,
if there is anything at all in the statement that a bribe was offered.
Local Office, U. S. Weather Burotut,
Honolulu, T. H., Juno 15. 1010.
Tonipornturc, 0 n. m.; S a. m.; 10
a. in.; and morning minimum:
74; 77; 74; 77; 70.
Baromotor reading. Absolute hum-
humidity and dew point at S a. m.
30.13; C.27G; C3; 03.
Wind, velocity and direction at 6
a. in.; 8 a. m.; 10 a. m.; and noon:
17 NE; 1G E; 17 NE; 14 NE.
Kalnfall during 24 hours. ending 8 n.
m: .01 Inch.
Total wind movomcnt during 2t
hours ended at non 3G5 miles.
WM. B. STOCKMAN,
NEWS IN A NUTSHELL
Paragraph That Give Condeniod
News of tho Day.
Captain Saunders will probably have
command of the Manchuria when she
arrives here in July from San Francisco.
Rumors are again rlfo about tho
Pacific Mall Company buying tho great
Northern steamship Minnesota.
j The San Francisco Call says that
Captain J. W. Saunders will be kept
In San Francisco to relieve the trans
Pac'flc captains that aro granted vacations.
It multiplies the joys of life.
Kodaks and fresh films of all sizes,
Bishop Trust Co., have a good pro
position In a ten room house at Kal
mukl. -awallan Lodge No. 21 F. & A. 31.
will meet this evening at 7:30 o'clock
for work In First Degree.
Graduation Books, a large assort
ment just received, some very choice.
Brown & Lyon Co., Ltd.
Iwakaml's clearance sale will con
tinue two weeks longer. If you are nnnfn, Millfir v,1(,ctR to take about
looking for bargains drop In before tho fom. hundred tona of scrap lron wlth
sale Is over. !i,im ,vi,on i, R!1iia fnr can Pndro In
A substantial meal, well cooked tll0 Alden Besse.
and properly served meets every
requirement. Nolte's Is the place for cable advices report the arrival of
The Logan sailed yesterday after
noon for Guam and Manila.
A mainland paper gave the follow
ing report of a concert by Mrs. Car
rie Jacobs-Bond, who is to appear at
St. Andrew's parish house on Friday
evening nt 8:15 oVock:
The "Hour with Carrie Jacobs.
Bond" was most thoroughly onjoyed
by a very largo audience at tho Pres
byterian church last evening. The
Women's club, under whose auspices
Mrs. Bond came to Hutchinson, cer
tainly placed tho music lovei'3 Jf
Hutchinson under groat obligations
for tho treat enjoyed. Mrs. Bond'a
songs and stories are the kind that
touch tho strings of tho human heart,
and make them respond to the rich
tones of the singer and the sweot
thought of tho composer. An entire
evening's program Is ordinarily im
possible for one artist, but Mrs. Bond
by combining her recitation stories,
The Sanitary Ideal
Tho Ideal Parisian Not Covered Hair Rolls, Assorted Colors.
Tho Marcol Perfecto Hair Roll Suitable for tho "latest stylo of
coiffure. Assorted colors.
NEW LINGERIE DRESSES in Mull, Batlsto and French lawn. '
All boautlfully trimmed and each ono a distinct work of art. Seo
our largo Beretanla street show window.
BLACK ALPACA, Iron Framo, 10 Inches wide. Suporlor quality
for Ladles' skirts and Men's olllco coats. Very heavy and beauti
LADIES' CRAVENETTE LONG COATS In assorted tans, browns
and greys. Now styles. Extra Values.
SACHS DRY GOODS CO.,
Cor. Fort and Beretania Sts.
OppI Fire Station
the Sierra in San Francisco yesterday
morning at eight o'clock. She Is duo
to leave here for the coast on Juno
Be patriotic, decorate by buying
your F'ags & Fire Works of Wall
Nichols Co., Ltd., for tho 4th of July.
You will get fresh goods.
When a man Is busy, time Is
money. At Nolte's the service Is
quick and reliable. Restaurant open
from 5 a. m. to 7:30 p. m.
If you want to communicate with afternoon,
business associates on the other Is- j
lands or with friends' on steamers at No official word has been received
sea use the Wireless. On Sundays tho by Admiral Rees relative to the Pacific
office Is open from eight until ten In-, fleet coming here this fall.
The China Is due to arrive here Fri
day from Yokohama. As she has only a
few tons ot freight she will probably
bo. desnatched for the coast In the
Swellest and most complete boot
black stand In the city, In charge of
Pete, champion shoe shiner of Pacific
Coast. Silent Barber Shop, Hotel St,
The cruiser Cleveland and Chatta
lulu, have not yet wired In to tho naval
nooga en route from Guam for Hono-
station giving their nour of arrival,
Cut out this and take it to Yat They will probably send word tonight
as they .are looked for some time tomorrow.
Supply Co., Ltd.,
ort Street below Hotel
Loy Co. corner King and Nuuanu
street, and on your making a cash
purchase of 50 cents or upwards you
will receive ten green stamps In ad.
ditiou to those usually given.
For Summer reading seo Brown &
Lyon Co., Ltd. A large assortment of.
new books just received, also a ship- Agents for the bark R. P. Rlthet ex
ment of reprint editions containing pect her to arrive on or about the 24.
many new titles. i gne jg consigned to Brewer & Co.
The first regular meeting of the
The "Wllhelmlna will probably leave
tonight for HIlo. A few passengers
have booked for tho Hawaii city.
Aro what you want in fuel and
what you find In tho Coal and Wood
Honolulu Construction and
raying Company, Ltd.,
Queen St. next to Inter-Island Office
new land board wlU be held this aft
ernoon at two o'clock in tho execu-
Over a hundred passengers have al
ready booked for the Wllhelmlna,
tlve building yith A. W. Carter In the ' sailing for the coast next Wednesday.
For two years we have been urging
our clionts to Invest In good Califor
nia Oil Companies. Many have fol
lowed our advice and havo'mado large
profits on-their Investments. Our In.
vestments are absolutely safe and ex
Aftor our usual careful Investiga
tion, we advise the purchase of shares
of the VENTURA OIL DEVELOP
MENT CO. Llko all now companies,
tho stock of tho Ventura Oil Develop,
ment Co. is now offered at tho low
price of 15 cents per share. As ITS
HOLDINGS comprises a FULL
SQUARE MILE OF LAND In the
heart of tho Ventura Oil district, this
company has a GREAT FUTURE.
It is a SOUND BUSINESS ENTER
PRISE with an economical manage
ment? no proferrod stock, no bonded
Indebtedness; no promotion stock,
and last of all, we have tho goods to
If you Invest your money In this
company, . you aro sure of making
largo profits. Itemomber tho prlco
is only 15 CENTS PER SHARE.
BUY NOW. THIS IS YOUR OP
TJRTUNITY for making large profits.
P. E. K. gTEAUCH
Lincoln Mortgage & Loan Co.
San Francisco New York Chicago
Walty Bldg. 74 S. King St.
!l OT Sweet Violet
J 0 BUTTER
C. Q. YEE HOP & CO. TEL
chair. The meetings will be open to
the public and to the newspapers.
Fresh meats, fresh vegetables,
fruits and the best the market af
fords in staples is the aim at Nolte's.
Finest Kona coffee served at all
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Craig announce
the marriage of their daughter, Edna
May, to Frank Victor Bennett on Juno
2, at Pinole, California. The ceremony
took place on tho anniversary of Mr.
and Mrs. Craig's own wedding.
She will sail at ten o'clock sharp. Tho
new rule regarding visitors on board
before sailing will be strictly enforced
S. S. WILHELMINA.
To Captain Johnson.
Birthdays come, and birthdays go,
As we're sailing "Westward Ho"
Passengers have them, also crow
And today Cap. It's up to you. .
May Life's voyage prove to bo
Just n sail on summer sea.
Ilave you nanced In your papers on And one and all wo wish to say
the Brown & Lyon Co. Prize Con
test? Remember tho time la limited.
Three cash prizes, four hundred book
Tho annual meeting of tho Kaahu
mnnu Society took place yesterday at
the Kawalahao church. " All the old
officers wore re-elected, they being
Miss Lucy K. Peabody president; Mrs.
Emma A. Nnwahi, vice president;
Mrs. May Adams, treasurer; Mrs. ihi
lanl H. Techera, assistant treasurer;
Mrs. Lahllanl Wobb, secretary; Mien
Graco Kahoalil, assistant secretary;
Mrs. Maria Smith, trustee and Mrs.
Lilla Aholo, sick committee. Besides
these the following were elected '.o
tho board of directors: Mrs. George
Bckloy, Mrs. C. S. Holloway. Mrs.
Deborah Kamanoulu, Mrs. Abigail
Hopkins, Mrs, Alice Colburn, Mrs.
Llzzlo Ulunahelo and Mrs. Maria Hoa-pill.
Many Happy Returns, of the day.
Tho above verses In honor of Cap
tain Johnson were written by a pas
senger, whoso name could
THE SUMMER. VACATION.
Spend tho summer near at homo
where you may bo In touch with your
business and in dally communication
by wire with your family and friends
Halelwa Is tho nearest place to the city
and the best pmce ror recuperation.
Tho management offers reduced rates
to teachers who wish to get back
somo of the frazzled energy that Is
needed for the fall campaign and a
number of them have already spoken
for accommodations. It is a delightful
spot and everything connected with
tho hotel Is first class.
"DOCTORS OF THE MASSES."
Is what ono writer has termed proprlc
Good, honest proprietary medicines
like Lydia E. Plnkham's Vegetable
Compound succeed, and tho homes of
the masses aro blessed by thom, while
those which are worthless or harmful
soon drop out. Thirty years of success
In curing fomale Ills is tho record ot
Lydla E. Plnkham's Vegotable Compound.
' Wednesday, Juno 15.
Seattle Arrived June 14,-S. S,
lumbla, for San Francisco.
San Francisco. Sailed Juno 14
S. Nevadan, for Honolulu.
Port Townsend Arrived June 14.
bktno. J. L. Stanford, nence May 21.
Port Ludlow Sailed Juno 14. sch
C. S. Holmes, for Knual.
SUGAR SLIGHTLY 6FF.
The cable this afternoon quotod raw
sugar at 4.17 In Now York; beets, 14s,
4 l-2d. ;
her homely pTillosopny and her
charming melodies made the hour a
delightful one from the beginning io
the close. The "little stories In verse"
of the common people "Just folks," of
their thoughts, their hopes, their
yearnings, wore a development of a
new Idea In such entertainment and
the applause wheh followed every
number Bhowed tho appreciation of
It was a magnificent audience of
people who know and appreciate
music. Probably every one of them
had somo of Mrs. Bond's music In
their home and she came to them as
an old friend, one who knew and in
terpreted their inmost thoughts In a
way which they loved and under
stood. The old pieces like "Just a Weary-
in' for You," "His Button Are Mark
ed U. S." and "I Love You Truly,"
were greeted with enthusiasm, and
the many new things. Including com
positions not yot printed, were wel
comed with pleasure. The Half Mi
nute Song sentiments, with quaint
and original philosophy In nppro-
prlate music settings, were specially
food number of the program.
Mrs. Bond is a singer for tho peo
ple as well as for the musicians, if
such a distinction is allowable. So
the plain peoplo, who wore there, and
there wero many, felt that this wor
tholr evening and that she was tholr
CHAMBER OF COMMERCE,
The bi-monthly meeting of tho
Chamber of Commerce will be held
at 3 o clock this afternoon In tho
rooms of the Chamber, Stangonwald
Provide for tho future of your family
by opening savings account today at
the Bank of Hawaii, Ltd., and make
It a rulo to deposit each pay day a cer
tain per cent of your earnings.
J. J. Dowllng ot Koolau is now at
tho Queen's Hospital where ho will
bo opernted upon.
PRODUCES THE PUKEST AND
BEST BUTTER IN THE U. S.,
AND WE SELL IT. IT HAS
" THE PURE BUTTER FLAVOR
AND WILL KEEP WELL.
. Metropolitan Market
W. F. Heilbron, Proprietor. Phone 45.
We Use Ho Preservatives Id w tin
Special care to keep it cold and protect it from contamination
assure ample keeping qualities.
Many believe, too, that
PURE CREAM IS MORE HEALTHFUL.
We sell direct to our customers, or through May, Day or Lewis
Tli Pond DoLiory
PHONE 8S0. P. O. BOX 161.
In preparing for your trip abroad this summer fail not to include
in your outfit a
Utility Hot Point Electric Irons
It is ready to iron anything in three minutes. ' '
It heats curling iron in two minutes.
It boils water in five minutes.
The "Utility" ,put up in a chamois bag occupies less room than
the ordinary electric iron and affords the advantages of a heater and
cook stove besides being the best iron on the market today.
Price Complete, $7.25
See iron ou display in the Waikiki Avindow.
W.W. Dimond &Co.,Ltd
53-57 KING STREET, HONOLULU.