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KVENINQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. Il' WEDNrsrUY. .TI7NH 10, 19rt?.
E ARE DETERMINED to make June a record month,
and have begun it by featuring specials that are
bound to be attractive.
Note the prices and values that are given below,
nnd stop at our big store to see the displays.
Yard wide, all colors, 20c quality, Special 12 12 yd.
White Chamois Gloves
Washable, 2 clasps, $1.35 quality, Special $1.00 pair.
Printed Dotted Dress Swiss
In checks and pretty floral designs, very sheer and
fine; 20c quality, Special 12yz$ a yd.
Guaranteed wateroroof, black, navy, tan, and oxford,
52 inches wide; $2.50 quality, special $1.00 a yd.
New Dressing Sacques
Just right for the hot weather.'' 1
At 75f Made of fine lawn, trimmed with light blue
At $1.00 Made of fine white lawn,, kimono style,
with hemstitched ruffling.
At $1.50 Made of fine India Linon,fine tucks and
SEE WINDOW DISPLAY.
is the triumph of the season. It is the smartest creation in
the world's fashion centers. MIRAGE is substantial and
fine, soft and lustrous.' Wc are showing it in navy, tan,
brown, delf blue, and silver. It is 23 inches wide.
PRICE, $1.50 A YARD.
N.S.Sachs Dry Goods Co.
THE STORE WITH THE MONEY-BACK POLICY.
A Boon To Photographers
Amateurs who have trouble in getting the best results
from Tray Development of their PREMO Film Pack Films
will find that the
PREMO TANK DEYELOPER
will give the best results with the minimum or time and
It's easier, surer, and quicker than the old way. You
can develop 12 films at- once, in daylight.
We have every convenience for photographers.
Honolulu Photo Supply Co.,
THE CHOICEST STEAKS
THE. FINEST CUTLETS
Tamales, Enchiladas, Spare Ribs.
THE MANHATTAN CAFE
Fort near Hotel.
VICTOR for Every Home.
BERGSTROM MUSIC CO., LTD.
Graduates Read Papers
"Imun me lm Innnklla" (Onward
to victory) nml "12 noho mo ha nin
n.10 mnlknl" (Live meekly with good
With tho nbove mottoes, the for
mer for tho girls nml tho latter for
tho lo)s, thirteen young ladles nml
twenty youu men, graduated last
night from the Kamchamcha
Schools, In tho presence of a largo
aidlenco which gathered nt tho
bcIiooI chapel. Tho Interior of tho
chapel was attractively decorated
for the occasion. Tho pictures of
Mr. nnd Mrs. lllsliop occupied con
spicuous places in the hall. Tho
platform, on which were seated Pres
ident Home, Hon. V. 0. Smith, Prin
cipal Miss Ida M. Popo of the dlrls'
School, Miss Kmtpp of tho Prepara
tory School, Itev. J. L. Hopwood, Itcv.
I.ono, Vlco Prcsfdont U. Thomson,
Miss L. Aholo, and tho graduates nt
Olrls' and llys' Schools, W.-A adorn
ed with evergreens us a background,
In front of which was a variety of
benutirttl nowers. Tho choir was
likewise adorned attractively. Tho
singing, tinder tho leadership of
Piof. Livingston, was of excellent
Of (lie girl graduates, Miss Jullu
Luznro of Koua won tho admiration
of tho audlenro hy tho reading of
hor essay on "Ancient Hawaii as
Told hy .1 lletalnor." Her ihillvery
was perfect, overy word said being
clear nnd distinguishable. MIsi
Elizabeth Macy lead her essay well.
Her subject was "Industries of An
cient Hawaii." Miss Lilian Uroad,
although sho did not speak as loud
ns tho audience might have wished,
curried nut her part successfully.
In speaking on tho subject "Mod
ern Hawaii" Henry Walau delivered
one of the best speeches of tho
night. Jbscph Onlci'isteln, who spoke
on "What Kamchamelia Can Do for
tho Hawaiian People," was loudly np
plaudcd at the end of Ills speech. Ills
subject, though dltllcult, was suc
cessfully handled. James MahlKo.i
dwelt on "Hnwull of Tomorrow." It
wns an Interesting subject nnd con-
I tallied many- good passages. John
Pallia spoko on tho "Industries' of
Modern Hawaii" nnd described nil
tho Industries that lire being carried
on In theso Islands.
ProMdent Homo In presenting cer
tificates to each of tho boy graduates
advised them to go forth and prove
themselves 11 credit to tho schools and
to themselves. Charles IC. Knul.
Willis P. Kauwalu, Daniel K. K01110
mua, James K. Muhlkoa, William
j.N'ncole, and John Smith received
double ceitincntes, one for academic
'work nnd ono for manual work, Hob
'crt S. Lono was especially cotnpll
jmented for Ills musical attainments.
'Albert K. Knukana, an accomplished
machinist so far as tho school was
concerned, received Bpcclat praise
from President Hornc.
I When nil had been presented with
their certificates, tho graduates wero
suowcred with lets of various colors
from relatives, friends, and admirers.
In this connection, a number of lei
women stationed themselves near the
gate and In tho yards anil did a rush
ing business. All the leis and bou
quets of flowers wero bought nnd
they went away with empty baskets
nnd broad smiles.
Miss S. L. llylngton presided at
tho organ, rendering a number of
President Homo expressed himself
pleased to see so many Hawnllaus
piesent at tho closing exercises. '
Prominent nniong those present
wero Mr. nnd Mrs. Wm. II. Oleson,
Theodore Wthnrds, Dr. Hutchinson,
Mr. S. I.azaro, Krnnk Pahla, Treas-
Rev. 'D. K. White, Judge Knuluknti,
Bui. Hanohano, nnd others.
Tonight the exercises close with
the school annual dinner, to be given
at tho Hoys'- dining-rooms. ""It Is nn
invitational affair and nil tho K'nms
nnd those who have received Invita
tions nio expected to bo prompt on
tho tlmo jstated In tho invitations.
Aside from tho dinner, speeches will
ho made by special guests who liao
consented to come. Music will bo
provided by the school glee club mi
ller tho leadership of Prof. I.tvlnK-
ston nnd a general good time Is as
Following was the program ren
dered Inst night:
Prelude Offcrtolre In D Minor..
' . Ilaptlsto
Miss 8. L. tlylncton.
Hev. Ilradford t.envllt, D. D.
Response "He-Alohn no kn llaku"
, . . . t . . I.llluokalanl,
Kssay "Ancient Hawaii As Told
by a Retainer"
Mcle "He Inoa no Puuahl"
Cssay "Modern Hawaii"
Essay "Industries of Ancient Ha
waii" . ,.-i
Chorus Hnwntlan Hymn
. H. A. P. Newcomb
Hoys' 01o Club
Essay "Industries of Modern Ha
waii" John Pallia.
Essay "Influence of Knniehamclia
on tho Future of Hawnll"
Chorus of Vintages. . . .Henry Smart
School for Olrls.
Essay "Women In Ancient nnd
Essay "Hawaii of Tomorrow" ....
ChorusItecesslonal De Kovcn
HoyB" Glee Club.
Presentation of Certificates.
Rev. John L. Hnpwoodi
"Kumehameha School for Olrls' Call"
Postludo In B Klat,.I.ofebure Wcly
MissS. L. llliiglon.
Tho graduating class of 1008 con
sists of tho following pupils of the
Olrls" School Academic Depart
ment: Ah Moe Ah Kul, Hnnnah At-
au, Lillian Louise Ilroad, duello Ku
all! Dunn, Mary KaohukeaoUalanl Oo
hier, Adeline Polpo Hone, Julia Knlll
lanl Lnzaro, Emma M. Mnknhnnohn-
no. Elizabeth Macy, Miriam Namahn
naokalanl Mundon, Esther Kalclnka
moku Purdy, Wllhclmlnn Katnellela;
ui Weight. Domestic "Art: Lucllla
Roys' School Edwnrd A. Camp
bell, Samuel 0. Kalmuloa, John Kapu,
Charles K. Knul. Wllllo P. Knuwalu,
Daniel K. Komomua, Robertas. Lono,
Alexander K. Lota. David R. Mnhoe,
John J. Muhoncy, James IC. Mahlkna,
William Nacole, Albert K. Naukana,
Joseph Ordenstctn, John Pallia, John
Smith, Robert IC. Smith, Henry Wnl
au. David K. Vhite, John K. Wright.
Special Sale of
PEARS, PEACHES, APRICOTS,
EGG PLUMS, GREEN GAGE PLUMS,
3 Lb. Tins Regular Price, -35c; Reduced to 25c
HENRY MAY & CO.,
urer Campbell, F. 13. Richardson,
J. A. GILMAN
Shipping and Commission Merchant
FIRE AND MARINE
AGENT EOR "
, Arthur Sewall & Co., Bath, Maine
Parrott & Co., San Francisco
Aachen and Munich Fire Insurance Co.
Mannheim Insurance Co.
different weights I
' I Booklet showing 1
f Malthoid used on 1
Let us figure on wiring jojr house. The initial
cost is soon absorbed end forgotten when the comfort nnd
case acquired through using Electricity
is taken into consideration. For reasons of economy, util
ity and general adaptability Mectrieitv ii ideal for both
Electric power relarc iai. g.iouzcs space and
accelerates production. We vould Lkr to figure on your
power needs. This IS OUR BUSINESS.
Hawaiian Electric ,Co Ltd.,
Tho hand will play tonight at. 7:30
o'clock nt Aala Park. Follow lug W
March "Maunan 111" IlcrRcr
Overture "French Comedy" ... llela
Waltz "Ilcaiitlful Ilreczo" ...Mulster
Selection "A Morning Pnrado'MIumo
Vocal Hawaiian Songs.. .nr. hy nerger
Selection "A Runaway Girl"
"Malnnal" and "Aloha Oo"
March "Moanalun" Ilcrgic
"Tho Star Spangled Dannor."
Chicago. May 28. Notlco Klven to
day ns to tho number of stockholder
of tho Pennsylvania Bystcm showB why
It has been virtually Impossible for
any of tho hlg syndicates to Bocura
control of thltr railroad. Tho semi
annual dividend of Jho Pennsylvania
railroad was today mailed to S9.415
shareholders, tho greatest number In
tho corporation's history, nnd nn In
crease, of SU.OOO over a year ago. Tho
CO.00O separato checks ,seut out
amounted to $9,500,000r being 3 per
cent on tho' cnpttnllratlon of $314,G91,.
050.' Tho avouigo holdings amounted
to 105 bharcs. 7
Von Hamm-Young Co.,
Believe in lucky Numbers.
House and Lot on Liliha
Street, near Vineyard, 2
Bedrooms. Toilet and Bath.
Sewer. Car Line.
Cash or Easy Payment.
P. E. R. Strauch
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- We have pink pearls and some of
the finest of the white variety in the
Orient; also gold, silver, diamonds
and jewelry. Remember, we buy" as
well as sell.
J. CARLO, .
1018 NUUANU near. KINO.
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Naturally! We know more about
PAINT than anything else. The
PAINT we use is rela PAINT and put
on as Paint should be. We can with
pride point out to you the houses
painted by us.
U, KINO ST.
Lucky Signs S-S-Signs.
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danger of explosions
and economical in the
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Napkins and Doylies
CHEPE, PLAIN, COLORED.
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Cut for you, from jpur own meas
ure: It don't cost, any moro, In fact
you save mnroy, because you get sat
isfaction. If you havo n fault In your fig
ure 7C do 1 will hldo It for you.
Our suits at Twcnty-flvo Dollars
have no comparison. Thcro Is no ex
cuso to ho slovonly attlrod when for
tho samo money jou can bo well
QE6. A. MARTIN,
There is to he n special attraction
nt Halciwa next Saturday night when
the Waiilna brass band of thirty-two
iuci.es will give a moonlight conceit.
A dance will be given nftenvards.
St.' Clair Bidgood, Mgr.
Hats, Caps and Straw
Ask Your Grocer
HONOLULU SOAP WORKS CO., Ltd.
FRED. L. WALDRON, Agt.
Wing Wo Tai & Co
.9.1 NUUANU ST
Japanese Curios, Silk Kimonos.
Shirts. Pajunas, Shift Waists, Fane?
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