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pineapples Prove Great
CASES ARE SET
ARMY AND NAVY
Our Midsummer Sale of
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HAS A VITAL INTEREST
in the number of
catalogues received from
Mail Order Houses on the
Mainland. Every dollar
sent out of Hawaii in
response to the alluring
pictures and prices is a
dollar lost for keeps to
the merchants of this
Territory, If there were
no remedy this would be
discouraging; but there
is. The Weekly Edition of
the Evening Bulletin goes
to Three Thousand Island
Families and is read, care
fully by at least Ten
Thousand Island People;
and this splendid service
is placed at the d'sposal
of every merchant in the
Territory for Fifty Cents
per Inch per Mo'ith. What
good reascn has any
Island merchant to offer
for not using this service?
Special Orders No. 17.
Schonelcl Uai racks, llonniiihl, II. T.,
Jill) I, 1909,
I. A subcommittee of 'lion cummin
Honed offlriTH In conencd t meet tit
IIiIh iKMt nt 1 o'clock, ii. in., tomorrow.
The follow Inn cases hac been sot tin- 2nd liiBlniit, or as Minn inereiiiioi
for hearing In the Siiirenio Court " practicable, to carry out tne prow-
hloiiK or mriigraiii ", i-ui i.uiiiii,v
(or the July term
lu the mutter of tho estate of Mary
Dame Hall, ilcccaKPit. Appeal from
Detail for the subcommittee.
uauic nan, occchhpu. ,ppeiu irwm , -' --
Stanley & Olson for the ndnilnlstin- Kcnnl Prod W. Vnlkim, Troop A
tor, appellant; Atloiney (leneral for
the Treasurer of the Territory, ap
pellee. 'In the matter of the estate of Wil
liam llrash, ilere.ised. Appeal fuim
Circuit Judge. 1'lrst Circuit 13. M.
Watson for the heir, appellee; J.
I.lghtfoot for tho ilalmiint, appel
lloffschlacKer & Co., Mil. s.
Canlry; Sergcinl Charles Hnggorty,
Tump II, Sih Cavalry; Serjeant .Ionian
New Ion, Tniop C, 3th CavaJrj . Ser
geant lluinlil A Coinell, Troip I), 3th
Cnvnlo; Ecrgoant IMwaid (3. Mowen.
Troop I iith CiiMilr); Sergeant Tloorgu
Dnls, Tioop K. Slli Cnvalr; SeiKcant
(Soorgo l.llloio", Tioop M, 31 Ii Cawilrj ;
Corporal Oscar Wcslman, Tioop M'. Bill
K. ICmulry: Drum Major Stephen I), liens.
Matsuhara. Exceptions fiom Clirult
Court. I'lftli Circuit. 13. (!. Peters
for plaintiff, nppellant; J. J. White,
for defendant, appellee.
Solomon Knuhane et nl s. Wil
liam l.aa. Kxceptlons from Cltrulf
Court, Plrst Circuit. V. W. Tha.tr
for plaintiffs, appellees; W. ('. Achl
for defendant, appellant.
Win. V. Illene, Mil, vs. Win. Wn
lerhousc ct al., l3xecutoiH. l3rror
to Clrrult ("ourl, Klrst Circuit. "A,
(! M. Itoliertson for plalntlfT, nppel
lant; Castle A WllhliiKton, Smith &
Lewis and .1. W. Cnthc.irt for defend
The demuirer of the Ten limy to
the amended hill of complaint filed
liy James W. Moid in his suit
ler. Hand fith Cnvulry; Serjeant
Clcurco RihiiIImiii, Detachment Ilospllal
Corpii. U. S. A.
II. The hand and Hrd Sipiadron, Slli
Cnvalry, will proceed on Sunday, the
4 III Instant, hy mnichlui; to Port Shaft.
cr, II. T., for the purpose of tnkliiK part
lu tho Imlependence Day parado lu Ilo
lulu, July Slli; rvlurulm; to this post on
July fith .
Tho Sipiadmn Commander will des
innate tliu hour of march.
Kullslcil men detailed on special doty
on tho target rniiKe will not accom
pany their troops; other extra and
special duty men will lie taken on the.
march If not especially needed. In
reference to these men tioop com
mandurs will niiiko the necessary nr-
ROYAL ANNEX MAY BE
OPENED AS SALOON
nBalnst the Territory will he arsucd j raiiBemen'.k with the StafT Officers con
In tho Supremo Court tomorrow corned.
I no mess sergeant mm one cook
, , from each troop will lie sent to Pint
Shatter on Saturday, July -iril, In out
er to i!i aw ratliniK nnd iireparu meals
upon arrival of bquadrou.
No tentaRe, other than shelter tenls,
will he taken.
Tho necessary intlons and forage for
The License Commissioners met Hip command will ho drawn at Port
estcrday aftcinoon and considered Shnfter (ration returns and icipilsl
the aiipllcatlons of II. Klcmino for Hmis for lorago to ho sent with mess
cafe on the corner of Ileretnnla and Ifcorgcans on July 3rd).
King streets; W. Murlokn, for n sn- j Tho nicmhers or the Inml will he at
loon nt Walmanalo, nnd one from tached to Iho trooim of the qiiaitian
K, Ushlgnma, Sunrise Saloon, on I for ratlona.
King street, near Llllha. j' The Quirtermister's Depailment
The Inspector reported fnornhly H1 fiirnUh the nece saiy trnnsH)i(n
on tho three and licenses were, (Ion.
Uy Older of Co'ouel Schujler:
grnnted. W. C. Peacock & Co. np-1
pneci lor a license lor n iMtioon ik iiiu
corner of Nuuanii nnd Merchant
streets, on the site of the lloynl An
nex. This matter was referred to
the Inspector for report. Yester
day's meeting cleaned up all tho ap
plications for renewals.
Tho Missionary (lleaneis will hui
delicious home-made candy for sale
tomorrow nt the utnint store of Mrs.
II Oilman. Fort sheet. Your patron
ago Is kindly solicited.
K. A. HTUIU1KS.
Captain mid Adjutant Dili Cavnliy,
One Killed Ii Wreck. Mount Car
ini'l. III.. June 21. A lieadon collision
occurred Jut west or lieio liwluv he
twren two Pniilhnrn uillwpr pis-emser
trains, Th" aicldent w.n nuseil hy
an enor In train orders. Mall C'eijt
Jackson was kll'ed. Itolli eimltuers
weie herlouslv Injiued and srvciat iis-t-cngers
recede 1 slight lujiules.
"Hawaii has tho most nltiacllvu ex
lilhllH on tho oxiiosltlon giOumU In
Sentllc The rwtet perfumo of the
Hawnllnii plneaiples draws more spec
tators in Hie Hawaii hulldlng than any
other hulliing on tho grounds."
Charles 13. King, who went to Seattle
to arraiign tho school cxhllilts, lo
in rued thlh morning on the Alameda
He made the ahove statements to the
II u I !. tin icpicscutntlic. He wir
highly pleased with the siitlsfacliiiy
mauui'i In which tliu Hawaii oxlilhlls
"I tell ;ou," said King, "Hawaii no
I kn ol, Hawaii Is tho llest, Hawall'h
exhibits mo something wonderful.
Thoy nru not llko those from other
places. The pines and cocoanuts cer
tainly made a sluing Impression on
I "Some of them did not know any
thing ahout cocoanuts. The plncnp
pies were well patronized hy tho mall
hlnls. The Kales on the lilacs aier
aged ulxuit tint) n day, Tho hananas
nlso made n-good showing to the Ip
itois. "Tho Hawaiian singers, who play on
Iho exposition gioiiuds, are making a
hlg lilt. Those whti had inner IkmhI
the hweet and harmonious Hawaiian
songs expiessed themseties as gieat
ly dcllglited with them. The Hawallal.
music Is certainly of the hest. '
"A large number of tho wahlue
haoles were surprised to know that the
Hawaiian gills who nrrlied Ihcio could
speak our language llucntly. They did
unth thln that our girls could speak
Knglish at all."
(liiieiuoi Flea i- Is this morning in
lecelpt of a letter from tho Secretin)
of tlu Interior, transmitting a letter
Irom tliu Secietaiy of State written hy
Admiral IJIchl to the Japanese Km
liassador, exiresslug his gratitude foi
the couiteoiis leccptlons ncconled him
hy the Hawaiian people, and for the
excellent treatment of himself nnd
men while here.
Gets Mare liland Contract. Wash
Inglon, June 19. The Healey-Tlhhlts
construction company of San Francis
co was the lowest of eight bidders for
,tlic construction of ahout 1.500 feet of
timber dikes forming part of the cliaii
tiel controlled wnrkH nt the Maio Ihl-
ii ml nay yaid. Its bid was $32,8tu.
185 editorial room 25( bus
nets cfflce. These are the telephone
numbers of the Bulletin nfflr
FIRST PHOTOS OF " THE HOPE OF HOLLAND, "
PRINCESS JULIANA, AND HER PARENTS
Tliesu hid ii Hrst pboiiMiaplit, of ihe Iiab Pilncess .lullauii IjiiiUo Kninm Mailo Wllhelmlua of llollund,
who was Inn u to Queen Wlllielmlii.i on Apill 3u mid whoso ill I U al sent a tin ill of Joy to tho lieart or oery
Ni'thurlundi'i allie, The tlciuies weie taken b) an attache of tho castle. In ono tho n,ueon Is kneeling be
side the little pilncesK. and In lw oiho ihL. pilnce In holding her ieerently in Ills turns. Doubtless no lojal
inriuit eier was iiuun p-uud i ..elenm,.,i nun I'Mucess Juliana, hir alter tho people of tho Netherlands had
twice seen theli hopes d itihed the) had liegun to fear for thilr Imlependoncu, lieciim a Oeunun prlnco piob
ably would luiM) coiuo to Iho thione or Holhiud ullliuatelj In lh eieut if Iheio bulns no dliect heir. Ami
Juliana has been sliowond with -I'l' in; no oilier Imh) owi wih. Itoiii cut) p'ul ir iho wen Id costly presents
liavo conit) to her, and when bu lis wh.'eled out fur tin Hlrln-,' th.i p-'iple t ew (lowers l:i her path. Tho first
soldier In mlulo her inched u pirn of ghl fiom the rlncu. her fuilici. The luck) lellow, u heigeant on duty
at lino or the gales to the pilnce gin s. saw u pciaiubulutnr nppioaehlug, and, hiiddenly dlilnlng t lint It con
tained tho niliiresH, ho raced about, Klnnil at ullcnlhm and luoughl his illle o "pii'senl." Tho pilueo, who was
mnudliiil at a window lu tho castle, was so touched h) Iho Incident that ho piompll) icwaided llio borguant. ,
Whitney & Marsh, Ltd.
WIFE OF ROOSEVELT'S AMERICAN
HOST AT EAST AFRICAN RANCH.
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Vf1 J? Is "x '
William Northup McMillan, who Is Col Roo.ew It's lost al Hie JuJ.l
lanch In Kast Africa, Is an Amcilcan, he mid Ills wife being fiom SI.
Louis, whero Mr. McMillan's father nimihsi'd uv.,uv niliilnn in n .1-
fnunilry liiiilncs. Llko hor liusbnnd, Mrs. McMillan is a riiiiiuu luint
ei anil traveler. Sho was tho flrstwhlto woman to tiaiel rrom weal t
o east ucross AbjKslnln, nnd, acconi-panled hy her hushaiul, has pencil at
to iw iimiij- wiiii puues in .Mruawtiero no other while peihons hae n
ver been Tho McMIIIiiiih makntheli liouni In London when the) ,ir
0 not nt their Afilcan ranch. Tholatter plaio Is pioihd with a laig
e, roomy house, lighted by clectilcl-t) nnd uinneited b) teleidione with
Nuuhhl, thirty miles uway. Tiio le-glon about tho ranch abounds in big
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