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EVfiNINd nULLETIN, HONOUJI.u' T. II.. TIHMtSDAY, SIII'T
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ALWAYS SOMETHING HEW A1ID INTERESTING TO
SEE. We have just opened n new lot of
Lingerie Princess Gowns
Mtulc of pretty, sheer material, in white and delicate
tints, prettily trimmed with lace and embroidery.
Very Stylish; from $15.00 up. t
New Silk Dress Skirts
ADVANCED STYLES; VERY HANDSOME.
Children's and Misses
In all sics; an entire new assortment in solid colon,
mixed matciials, and stripes; light weight; just right for
Elegant new assortment of Tapestries for Couch and
Furniture Coverings; New Patterns; Pretty Colorings.
STniPED TAPESTRY, CO inches wide, 65 a yd.
GREEN BROCADED TAPESTRY, 50 in. wide, 1)0 yd.
COUCH and FURNITURE TAPESTRY, from $1.5
a yard upward.
TArFETA DRAPERY, new patterns, 15 a yd.
Dainty, designs, delicate colorings, best quality,
15 A YARD.
The Venus Shell Hair Barette
Safety lock attachment, locks securely, holds the hair
firmly. PRICE 10 and 20.
New Fancy Frill Garters
White and delicate colon, with buckles. Price GO pr.
N. S. Sachs Dry Goods Co.
; i .iMiTRn
Cor. Beretania and Fort Sts.
CHILDS AT WORK
ON HAWAII EXHIBIT
Promotion Work Moving
-Former Visitors Help
ftffjS FORfSALE BY
R0 AIL FIRST CLASS GROCERS
"Jvjonterey packing (g
F.E.DOOTH. SouAujir. S
- Ml MANC'Kg. Jt
ed not only is full and effici
ent illumination secured, but
artistic and beautiful effects are
gained as may not be with any
other artificial illuminant.
Hawaiian Electric Company, Ltd.
KINO ST. NEAR ALAXEA.
Heinz Apple Butter and Heinz
Mince Meat in crocks.
These and a full variety of
Heinz Goods now fresh at your
PI0K1ES, INDIA RELISH, TOMATO KETCHUP,
OLIVES. BAKED BEANS. TOMATO SOUP, and
ALL THE OTHER 57 VARIETIES.
Seciotniy Wood piepatod tliu fol
lowing leport for Hie l'lomotltm
Commlltco meeting today:
Honolulu, Sent. 3d," 190S.
C'luitrin.in ntul Mcnibcis, ll.iwull l'ni-
Dear Slis: 1 have to leport that
.Mr Uij'il Chllels, tho Conitnlllee'H
(iRcnt nt l.os Angeles, tins accepted
the position of special agent for Ha
waii ut tho Alnska-Yuhon-I'aclllc Hx
position nml, by order of tho Societal)-
of the Intel lor, In now In Wash
ington for consultation In regard to
Our Cubic nml Map of O.ilni Is now
mining off the pi ess and will, I be
lieve, 1111 i long-felt want. Wo will
have only half of tho edition of 10,
000 run off at this time. In order to
give i id an oppoitunlly to conect any
oriois that may appear after Supply
ing the Immediate demand.
The last lot of our special mall
cards w III go out by the next steamer,
ceml thousand In all.
(Julio iccently, wo wrote to Mr. (1.
Mel.. Hi own. general agent of the
steamship lines of the Canadian l'a
i-lllc Ilitllwa), suggesting that an ef
fort be mado "to Induco .tho lncniberH
of (ho lirltlsh Association for tho Ad
winccmcnt of Sclcneo to Islt Hawaii
next ear. Wo have tl.e following
uplj to our letter:
"Montreal, Aug. 14th. 1908.
"II 1'. Wood, Ksi Secretitry, Tho
Hawaii Promotion Committee,
"Dear Sir: I am ery much ohllg
id for jour letter or .Inly !!Sth 10
punllng the lliltlsh Association for
the Advancement of Science, I may
meiitlnii that the matter of Atlnntlu
rales for the rcpicsentnthes of this
Association to Islt Canada, nio un
der eonsldoiatlon with the North At
lantic I'asscngpr Confercnco in Lon
don, Hngland. Might I tumble jou
to give me as niueh morn infot m.-
tloi, nnil as man) more suggestions
as jou can. In ouler that 1 may bring
the-matter stiongly before our man
agemcntV Yours faithfully,
"(Slg.) (1. Mel.. llltOWN."
Wo aic lu iccelpt of another letter
fioni Mr. S. A. Duko of Itaxter. Al
knnsas, In which occuis the follow
"I hao your letter and pilnted
mnttpc sent :trd Inst. Thanhs. llao
put tho (lutewny Map up In it con
spicuous place lu tho otitic. It niaKci
a grand showing."
'I 11 ml ninny people who think of
going to Hawaii; nia)hc to see whe
ther my stuiles are truo or not.
"To me my stay in tho Islands Is
tho pleasantest memoiy of my life.
The mrillal fileudslilp shown mu on
eery hand by the people Is a memory
th.it will necr fade."
A letter fioni a toiicspondciit In
N'ow Mcslco stntea that u iiiimbcr of
penple will lie visiting us fioni that
lettlon dining tho cumng winter.
The following letter fiom tho mali
nger of tho Chamber of Commcicn uf
Astoria. Oiegon, Is of inloiest, shciw
lug, as It does, the lesult of homo of
mi wink: .
Chamber of Comiuerco
Astoiia, Oic, Jul) 2, IllllS.
Mr. II. 1'. Wood. Secieliuy, Hawaii
I'lomiitfou Committee, Homiliilit,
Dear Sir: On April 9tli, wo wioto
isKIng jour opinion ns to (ho oppor
tunities of doing a Hour and grain
business with oui' poit, which Is at
tho mouth of tho Columbia Itlver and
Is best iiilapted to tho handling of
To tills jou leplled on AprlLliSiiil,
and leferred us to tho Amcllcnn-
llawnllan Steamship Co. Slnco then
wo have been In (omuiiinliatlon with
that (omp.iny ami have succeeded lu
geltlug It to mal.o Astoria n port of
cull. Tho Ncliiasliiin of that lino camu
hem yeslenla) and tliu lesults vciu
all that went anticipated, ui )-n .,111
seo by tliu clliuiliigs from llio Dally
Btorlan or jesteiday and which aio
Wo hao Hiicccedeil lu working up
coiisldeiahlo business with tho Ha
miIIiiii Islands and It Is not unlikely
tint jou will sio one of our rcpiesen
lathes in pei son hurAro u gioat while.
Moniiwhllo If jou bao any Inquiries
fioni your merchants or dealers of In
tel est to us, wo will bo glad to to
Wo would nppreelato any fiuther
suggestions f i om you as the ono wo
ahead) received proved to liu eiy
Youis very truly,
(Slg.) JOHN II. WHYTH.
The Morning Astorlm of Inly lrt
has tliu following in legnrd to tho
"What presage a in w cia In thc
triiiispiirtalloii situation of Astmla
will dawn today whtn the sli imr hip
Nebinskau of the Anieilctin Hawaiian
Sleiinshlii Compiii) wIllorrlM In port
(or tliu first time (o lake r.ugo lot
New- York, the Hawaiian Isl mils and
tho O i lent. Tho Nebraskan comes
hen fioni Seattle and h-is a general
cargo, upwards of 50n tuns of which
will he mado up In V loil i '
"On Apill U (he Clumpc r of Com
merce wroto to tho I'mniiiilim Com-
mIKee of Honolulu Rl-ittim thai they
would bo glad to roricspom! wltli H,U
fomnilttee In caso an oppoininlty
uilght be had theio to do a hindncHs In
Hour and grain dlnct li tnoni tho
mouth of tho Columbia Ki, i ,ui, tu.
Hawaiian Islands. 'I'll. ( lumber hi
Coninierco stated that i. Hut wis
such an opportuull) to do b'isliies, In
till probability arrangi ni nis could he
mado hero according!)
On Aplll 22 SecrelMi' II V Wood
of tho Hawaii Promotion t'oimuutci
replied sajlng that he knew of no
opening at tho ptcitii ilaie (or a
Hour and grain busltnv direct be
lv eon Astoria anil Honolulu He buj:
Bested that tho rii u ih-i of Com"
merco wiltu to the n-. nis of the
Amcilcan-IIawallnu Sn ouship (Yin
panj nt San rranclsco iihklug ilicin If
Iheio was any likelihood of their cill
lug at tho port of Asuul i
On May 2nd llio I'lnnlni of Com
nieice. acting on Hi i nun Wood'.i
Biiggesthm, w-iole to tin H.m Traucls
co agents of tho Am ilc in Hav allan
Steamship Compati) asking If thev'
would eaie to InvesllKit. ihe posslbll
itles of hiivlug their shlix earn grain
mid Hour fioni this pon to Hawaii,
and stating that eonslo- table limine
could bo w oiked up I" t'ila If tin
matter Interested them
"Thh Is but the op. idng wedge mil
now- that It has been II ml) drlUMi II
lb to bo hoped tint tints In this ill-
recllon will bo still rinilier hllniuhited
mid that wherever n lraiispoi-t.itlou
lino or ii tinnsportalloii compinv liles
to hcllttlo or injure ili comiuerco o(
Astoria, that tho buslm xs men of the
Chamber of Connm-n nn be able
thioug'i !,ome meaiH or otlu r. In a
llko mnniicr to find villi auoihei open
H I' WOOD
AH Kinds of Camera Supplies. A Great Assortment.
Island Views and
" Everythiaig; P!itog'i',apMe "
Honolulu Photo-Sopply Co.,
Fort Street, 3 Doors below Hotel Street
Sluiced 600 Cubic Yards
Before Ten This
(Continued from Pasre 1)
through thotiotiKh hatulllm: of live
stock, ninny of fhem ucie Injured and
disabled. The attorn v of tho llrm of
Ilackfehl & Compam has been In
strutted to look up the law- ami pie
paio a bill to be Inliodiieed to the
Legislature. This s.uno trouble was
evidently discussed nml refened to
tho (!ocrnor some time a so, hut It
was tinned down, 0 It Carter stated
that regulations regarding tho drhlpg
of animals op public htgliwa)s were
also necessary. IJIo matter was dual
y lefened to the Committee on An
Dr. Case, assistant Terrlloil.il Vet
erinarian, rend his leport irgardlng
the miaruutliiu stations at Kahiilul and
llio. A deput) eteiiiiarliiu was ep
pointed at Kahulid at a sal.uy of $100,
to liu paid by the Maul Live Stork As
sociation. Dr. Case Is u recent np;
polntee, lialns como hero highly reo"
oimiiendeil. ' i
Dr. Chas. i;i.T.e, I). V. S. of Ihc;
Stato of California, wioto ab'iiit the
glanders found there. The letter did
not (pilto coer Ihe points about which
infoimatloii had bccli asked by the
Tcriltoilal authoiliv of II i-a nil I'nd It
was theiefoio lefoired to the Commit
leo on Aulnial Industry.
(lovcinor I-'rear lu u Idler to the
Uo.iril apiu oved of Ihe i"Kiilatlous (
crliig tho liomi) nod heo liidustiy The
HiMid adopted the regulations.
Dr. i:. V. Wilcox, dlu clot- Dulled
States r.perlimut Station, said Hint
ho wanted oimg men who weio am
bilious to. stai t at llio biiLioni ynd
leant tho nibbei iudir.try. The nib
her at Nahlkii was lu spli u'dlil coiidl
lion, and it out) n-ipilird men of mil
billon to keep it alUo, Ills talk w.
most Illicit sllug
On llio recommendation of tho Coin
milieu on Ihitomology, of whlrb W.
.M. niffanl Is c'halimaii, J. Kotlnsk).
who has In-oii acting enlumologlst
slnco tho death of his former elder
Mr. Claw, was appointed eiitdniohvdst.
I). II. Kiilius was apiKiiutod anslstiinl
Tho Itoaid lu dei tiling to hao the
lepoits on iiihbel printed and bound
agreed lo pa) Iw-o thirds of the e::
lieutes, while the Itilhber Co. is to pay
Tho icpoits of It. S. Hosmer mid I).
Hauglis were lead ami placed on file.
1'iesent at Ihe mei ling were C. 8
llolloway. (1. It drier. Albeit Water
house. W. i. (llffarr, Dr. Ciise. .1. Ko
Husk). I), llaiighs and Dr. I". V. Wil
Contractor Whltehousc who Is do
ing the monster wink at Nuu-mii dam
Is as happy as a "Kid with a m w to
lor the way that the sluicing and dam
construction has been going on lb
last few da) s has Indeed been gratU)
lug. lie haii been exc ceiling his cnu
tract the last week or so, and Mnrston
Campbell, Supi rlnlcnilnit of Public
Works, has nothing but praise for the
splendid manner In which the room'
heay falls of rain hae been usei) '.'
iiliintaRu lu the woik filing on In
tho valley. '
Twelve thousand eight hundred inri
nfty-ono eiihle )iuds of dirt wero
mined In 11J houis, runnlim time,
beating all prclnu lerords. At that
rate, Whltehouso btateB that, If he
could keep It up, ho would IriVo tho
wotk completed Inside of a month
Under tho terms of tho conti.ict he
must moo 2i,niiii cubic )anls of ilhi
per month, which litcnuu a little less
Hum loiin yardii per da) This morn
tug the sluicing was stniUil at G
o'clock and at l'f n'cloek roniiilihu
over iinn cubic yanls had been inoud
I here are about 20.000 cubic Mini-, it
tlm big nil at the prei-eut tlmi le cvIiip
In tho neighborhood of lnuoim cubic
nids yi t to be moved.
H. HACKFELD & CO., Limited
THE GOOD NEWS
W C Aihl was one of the most In
teresled and anxious wallers for liu
decision of Ihe Kupiiuie Conn in
gard to the validity of the Muuleliul
Act tills illuming As soon as liu
Court gave lis opinion he lushed id
tin- telephone, calling up Ihe Coiinn
I'leikV olllc-e, and asked for Ml. Ku
laiiokalaul. the County Cleik
"Hello, Kalaiiokahiul?" shouied tlu
uspliant for 111 st iua)oihhip.
A bilcf piuiso, then
(Ttageillcally) "TluiIaw slaiuls, ' he
oialed, hniigliig at the 'phono
On a Bottle of Beer
is what "Sterling"
means on silver.
Rainier Bottling W
: msMXi-LMes$ZM msmsmjK
Just Two More Xots at Puunui
Tract, above Liliha St', near Countiy
Club; Good Soil, Sloping Ground, Un,.
obstructed View. Size 50 x 105 each.
Fiice. CUT DOWN TO ONLY $150! measured it st.uted at that tlmo with
PER LOT! mi eiiiollmeut of seventy h holms
PI I np f. -a while now It has ovei six liundrod -mi'
H. r Strfinr'n r""" ll Bl",t wl"' '"", lirl''l; '""iim'
- -' kJUl ClLLVll Hie College Ins now lunched Its pie i
WAITY BLDQ. 74 S, KING ST.
(Continued from Pace 1)
to piopaie Ijio vav for hi-- coming
campulMi as Ihe Deiiioci illc candlilitc
lor Delegalo to Congicss lie was m
companleil by (leo. Low, who .mod as
"All over Maul and Moio;tal tho peo
pie llbtened to what we had to sa.v
with gieat Intetest." said I.lnk "01
coiiue, I made the laud law- piopusl
tlou tho main feature of tnv spLeches
ami 1 found plenty of people who had
suffered b) icasou of Ihe present hied
laws and the adininistiailon then '
III Maul theio nro ninny cases wheio
tho adlllllllstiatlon has hastened ti
glvo tliu corporations tho best of tho
public lands, whllo the poor peoplo
havo been treated lu cpilto a iimetcnl
manner. Wo vlnlted all parts of Mo
luknl from Kaunakakal to Ililawa,
and nt the latter place tho people,
from l'elekuiui and Wallau camo to
meet us, so wliat o had to saj has
heeii heaid h) people fiiun nil pailn of
Molokal, with tho exception of Ihoso
ut the Settlement. Ker)Whero we
wont on both these Islands, wo were
Now I am going to stn) in liono-
Thc Only Genuine AERATED IN BOTTLES. Is ii'nde by lis;
nny other is an infringement and n fake.
CONSOLIDATED SODA WORKS CO., LTD
G. S. LEITHEAD, Manager. TELEPHONE 71.
DISTILLED WATER d:liveied to offices and rcsideness.
(Continued from Ptse i)
tho dlrtctlon or 1'ather Clement, who
Is now connected with tliu Culhollc
Mission horo, and l'tofcssors Nichols"
Stewart und Donnelly, who Aro alt
dead. Among tho five Ilrothets wero
Iltother Ilertram, who left three veins
ago for Bun Antonio, Tenas, llrother
I-'rnnk, who Is now the principal of
tho St. Aulhoii) College nt Walluku.
but who has come fiom Muul to take
part lu tho celebration; mid Iliotlici
I'lancls, who has chaigo of tliu mus
ical depuitfiiont of tho College, hut
who for ii long time whs nt Walluku
llrother Henrv. who Is the iiiliu.lnil
of the college, has been connected ! Itllll UllHI the Demociatlc TeilltorlKl
with tho Institution for the past tw on- convention, which takes pi ico on llio
is lour yeais. nml ins m sses lencinuii oi nus iiiiuiiii, is m-iu .vue-r
lienoiuiu Sonstfijcfion and Graving io
PHONE, OFFICE 2S1. P. 0. BOX 151.
Fort St., 0pp. W. G. Irwin & Co., Ltd.
Wc do all kinds of Teaming; also deal in Crushed Rock, While and
Black Gand, Broken Coral. Oardcn Soil, Etc. SAFE MOVING A SfE-
a pioneer by n veiv nnnow niaigln.
Dining tho p-isl twcjity-llvo jears
the St l.ouls College lias giown lo be
one of tho ptlnelpal educalliimil lutlii
dices of tho Teriltoty, nml Ihe good
which It has accomplished cannot he
that, It' I am nominated I shall loui
ihe Island- again, Including a scioud
ti lp or M nil."
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eni geiitious piopoitlotu, Tho most
nnmiknhle foitture of this e:.collout
pi nolens Is the fact that it lias been
in ide though the College) is suppoiled
iiiiiu-lv In Ihe feo- lei 1 1 Ned fiom the
iloluit lnivlui' emu irj Id the 1 1
, i it h.-iit i not a eehi oi rudonuieiii
Has Moved to
152 Hotel St
OrrOSlTE YOUNfJ HOTEL
BEST MEALS IN TOWN AT
Convenient for Orpheum Attendants.
1st Door Wnikiki of Cential Fire Stn.
' r- T.. -nut ..
Sprtiir Jwers, new iuuDuus, f
Fcnthus "-d Hats Have Anivcd,
1 Wire frames made by older.
OUR PRICES REASONABLE.
30 KING ST. NEAR BETHEL.