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f-Tf H-.' ,-mnfwn nRi- ypByjruif - 'I" - v fry -rv : T m- evening ntiLLCTiNi noNOEnur,, liitccAfdNbAf rRlftiMT 1.1 w.-v -t"vr' w. ninw t ! ipi 1 1 1 t? -T nair . v ' TEJ. f ? " i ' - I ! i i ; i t ilRFfFPTirnvT TO Annual Remnant Sale ' Monday, Aug. 1 at 8 a.m. Since our Grcnt Silo of last month wc have been busy trimming up our shelves and throwing out thousands of odd lots and short lengths. These will be offered at prices which arc bound to make a short, decisive clean-up. Come early Monday morning and look at the values wc will offer. It will be twelve months until you have another opportunity like this. Sachs' Dry Goods Co. Corner Fort and Berctania Streets Opposite Fire Station SEAQUAKE JOLTS MONGOLIA THE ORIGINAL AND GENUINE Horlicks Malted Milk is' tne most delicious, nourishing food-drink known for the anrcmic, the debilitated and the dyspeptic. So easily and promptly digested that it agrees with the weakest stomach. It is simply a pure food, invigorating and vitalizing. ! It is pure, rich milk, with the extract of malted grain, in powder form, soluble in water. A nourishing drink is prepared in a moment by stirring vigorously in water, hot or cold Unequalled as a food for infants, invalids and t nursing mothers. Undorsed uy physicians everywhere. S&mptei free to Phyilcisni and Drugfliti. At all Druggists. HORLICK'S MALTED MILK COMPANY, Racine, Wis., U. S. A. Sig'ht-Seeing Autos leave Hawaii Promootion Committee Headquarters MONDAY. WEDNESDAY and FRIDAY 10:30 a. m Pali; 3 p. m., Moanalua or Punchbowl. TUESDAY, THURSDAY and SATURDAY 10:30 a. m., around Diamond Head; 3 p. m., Pali. SUNDAY 10:30 a. m., Pali; 3 p. m., around Diamond Head. CHARGE PER PASSENGER, $1 Cars'can'be- hired for-special occasions. For further particulars apply " Hawaii Promotion Committee Honolulu Power Wagon Co., Owners. Office and Garage, South Street. Near King Hawaii Yacht Club Gives Visitors Good , Time As predlrko i, ,tlio ret option mill ilnnro icmlrrci! to the visiting yachts men nt tlio Monnii Inst Saturday even ing wan tli best ever In that lino of entertainment. Tlio nlTnlr was Riven under the nus litres of tlio Hawaii Yacht Chili and that name, alone Is a certificate to the character of nny social function rIv cii under that iinmo. Tlio yachting costumes worn by many who attended made a plenalng contrast Vllh the beautiful gowns worn by the ladles and tlio ballroom was a sight not to be forgotten soon by tlio boys who camo across the ocean In tho tiny craft. Tlio attendance nt tho reception cer tainly exceeded tho expectations of those who had tho affair In hand, and for a time It looked as If the lawn Would hnve to bo pressed Into scrvlco ns a placo to trip tho light fantastic, tho ball room and tho dlnlnghnll be ing tilled to overflowing with tho whirling couples us tlio dunce went on. Tho patronesses were: I'rlnccss Kawniuinnkoa, I'rlnccss Knlanlannolc, Mrs. i-'axon lllshop, Mrs. Walter Krcnr, Mrs.- Itobert Shingle, Mrs. I A. Thurston, Mrs. Albert Wnterhouse, Mrs. Carl Wldcnmnn, Mrs. J. M. Dow sett, Mrs. A. J. Campbell, Mrs. S. C. Allen, Mrs. a )'. Ucvs, Mrs. S. C. Hoi lowny, Mrs. II. E. Cooper, Mrs. S. M. Damon, Mrs. S. II, Dole, Mrs. A- Ful ler, Mrs. James H Jaeger, Mrs. T. J. King, Mrs. Walter Macfnrlnne, Mrs. U. A. Mott-Smlth, Mrs. C. I. Morse, Mrs. George I', llcnton, Mrs. Ous Schacfcr, Mrs, W. O. Smith, Mrs, George Smithies, Mrs. W. II. Camp bell, Mrs. Iwalunl Iloblnson, Mrs. It. II. Ilnoth, Mrs. Jnmcs Dougherty, Mrs Victoria Ward, Mrs. Judge Lindsay, Mrs. James Judd ,11 rs. Walter Dilling ham, Mrs. Harold Dillingham, Mrs, Robert Atkinson, Mrs. J. A. Oilman, Mrs- J. M, Itlggs, Mrs. O. 0. Ilallen tyne, Mrs. Oeorgo Herbert, Mrs. 1 Klcbahn, Mrs, J. It. Unit, Mrs. W. A. Love, Mrs. W. Jl. Karrlngton, Mrs. C. U. ,l)ockus, Mrs, J. A. McCandless, Mrs. S. M. Ualloil. TWO-BITS' WORTH JOHNSON'S FOOT SOAP WILL BRING A MINT OF COMFORT TO THE MAN WITH TIRED FEET Benson, Smith fc Co., FORT AND HOTEL STREETS Reduction Sale For Four Weeks on Complete Hat Stock K UYEDA 1028 Nmiann St. Passengers Believed That Vessel Bumped A ' Whale1 A sea. iimko of no mean prniiorlloii Jarnd'llio big l'nclflc Jlall lln.-r Mon golia which pasted througli Honolulu on Saturday on her recent voyugo fioin tho Oilcut. The steamer was off the l'cscndorefl nt tin- llmo tho convulslun of the earth Raw the liugo craft n Jolt that startled every line on board Some thuitght that the ves sel had touched bottom, others lhat thcro had been n collision with n uhalo or a piece of tmbniergi'd wreck age, others that tho tall shaft had snapped off, llio passengers were at luncheon wid with tho first Jolt tin- meal was suspended, although overtime kept tils place. A few seconds Liter came another but lighter shock and nat urnlly It did not allay the f-ellng of uneasiness that wont through ship. Hut nothing else happened, the comforting pound of the eimlm s kept up nnd tho ship moved forward In nil stnillness. , Tho few who hnd been In sea quakes beforo were very sure of what hnd happened. As n mailer of Tact tho Mongolia was nt the nine well out In tho channel with thirty fath oms of water under Its keel nnd llirro was no cliunce that tlio disturbance was duo to any other cam "Thcro must have hecrt Home very severe stibmarltio disturbance," snld ono of the pasecngers. "I ntn In formed that )ho selsmograpliK did not record tho disturbance but it certain ly was Bhnip. It Jolted thin Wg ship sharply and thcro wns'i'i report that sounded like n collision. My first thought wni that nnu of th- shafts had broken but u second latei I could moke out the steady throb of the en gines and knew Hint tho Incident it lit not lie there. WE HAVEMTH US AT THE YOUNG. LIMINE HERE ON WEDNESDAY MINING Nearly Ilvo thousand tons of curgo Is destined to nrrlvo from San Fran cisco on Wednesday morning, accord ing to n wireless received through the agency of Cnstlo & Cooke, tho local representatives for tho Mutson Nav igation steamer I.urllnc. Tlio I.urllno was reported ns "fid miles on the port at 9:30 last night. For Honolulu there are Tour thousund eight hundred tons of freight nnd In cluded in this umnunt tiro llvo auto mobiles. The I.urllno Is bringing CO Ions freight to bo discharged nt the port of Knhulul, ' Passengers for Honolulu number 10. A mainland mall amounting to 58 sacks is duo to arrive by Jho Mat son vessel ns well as 150 packages express mutter. Tho I.urllno should show up off tho port nbout 10 o'clock on Wednesday morning. Tho vessel Is steaming through smooth sens nnd pleasant weather. Sunday, .Inly III. I'. S. r I'dlmami, lndon: W O Aiken, Maul; llernleo Hundley, Hu nan: Mrs. Wm. Hyde Hlcc, I.lliue; Miss Cmlly nl'co, iJhuoT! Clarence White, city; A. C. Strayne, Aug. John- AT TH5 HAWAIIAN. x Saturday, Jul) !I0. Miss Jennie Mcintosh, Chas, 13. Itovnl. Mrs, Clms. '. lloyal, Miss U. M. Hudson, W.-II.Trlodly;rVftfilawftr J. II. lllnckstono nnd wife, It. I. Unld wln, 8. W. Strong nnd wire,. Los An-goles, i m t Some tieonlo nro so extravagant that they seem to talk merely for tho purposo of wasting words. A Biiffrngotto should never marry n man who Is unable to took or bow on buttons. MEN'S LAUNDRY WORK J. ABADIE, Prop. TELEPHONE 1401 FRENCH LAUNDRY 777 KING jsijt,. .s& ae& $-it3m When we tfet your wireless coll for HELP, we will come to the. rescue with tfood old ' PRINTER'S INK : COOD ADVERTISING HAS SAVED MANY BUSINESS MEH HIOM FINANCIAL SHIPWRECK . , BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO,, LTD, . '. , MAUIANS DD NOTJJKE METER Sunday last District Overseer Hal Installed a big. water muter uuiug slilo tho 'road and a llttlo below tlio reservoir, for llio purpose of measur ing tho amount of water drawn daily from the Government reservoir Tho work was begun oarly Sunday morning nnd by three o'clock In tho nflcrnoon when Uia'flMil gnto wits opened tho big moter was at work registering n flow of 18,000 .gallons of water nn hour. Monday morning fol lowing tho pcoplo of Wnlluku, not nil, but few horo and thero were com plalulug, the Maul News printing es tablishment among them that they could get no wntcr. Finding that tho motor was rctaid- lug tho How of water moro than wus .expected. District Overseer Hal had It disconnected, and now everything Is running ns smoothly us It was be fore tho water moter Ideu was over thought of. Maul News. July SO. ,-"-.. PILES CURED IN C TO 14 DAYS. I'AZO OINTMENT is guaranteed to euro any case of Itching. Wind, lllecdinu or I'rotnullnj; l'iles in 0 to 1 1 days or money refunded. Made by I'ARIS MEDICINB CO., Saint LouU, U. S.ofA. " ANOTHER WOMAN . CURED By Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound Gardiner, Maine "I linvo licen a (Treat sufferer from organic troubles a nil a severe tenia to weakness. Tlio doctor said I would have to go to tho hospital for nn operation, but I rotild not bear to. think ot it 1 de cided to try Lydlii i:. rinklmm'j yep. ctnblo Compound nndS.-itiatlvu Wash nudwnsentircly cured after threo months' use of tlieiu." Mrs. S. A. Wii.ii.vm. H. I'. I), o. 14, Hox 80, Gardiner, Me. ,,.,.. . No woman should submit to n surgl. I cal oporutlon, which may moatl death. nut l tin has L'lien l.vilis 1,.1'iiiKnama Vegetable Couipounu, luado exclusive ly from roots and herbs, a fair trial. Tills famous medicine for women l,i fnr tlitrlv ears moved to be tho most valuable tonic uud renower of tlui rem.iln nre.inlsiii. Women rcsld- Ins In almost every city and town In the rnlteu Stan; near wining ;mi-( mony to tlio wonderful virtue of hyula K. I'inkham's Vegutablo t'omiinund. It cures foinalo ills, and create mill- ' ant, buoj-ant felnalo health, II you are ill, for your own Mk aa well us those you love, give it n trial. ' Mm. IMiilclmiu, lit Lynn. Ins Invites ull Hlolc women to wrlto liorfuriulvlfc. llortulvlcolslroe, anil uUvtiyn hulit til. Boys Clothing w E carry the largest and best assortment of BOYS' CLOTHING in the city. We make a specialty of our $5.00 Knk kerbocker Suits. These suits come in all the new shades and all sizes from four years to seventeen years of age. Boys' Blue Serge Bloomer Pants, full lined, $1.75. Joys' Khaki Bloomer Pants, 65c Boys' and Children's Straw and Felt Hats I noTAL nn''- A HA kJI Ti. 'rV ROYAL DnANO . -. - ij-.o .j ir -"-i t.:; OFFICE HELPS i N ATI0NAL CASK ItEGISTEIlS TAKE AWAY TIIE STKAIN OF HIGH FINANCE FROM THE BRAIN OF THE SALES STAFF CONSTANTLY HANDLING CASH AND MAKING' CHAN0E. A BURROUGHS ADDING MACHINE PERFORMS CORRE SPONDING DUTIES FOR THE OFFICE STAFF, NEVER MAKES A MIS TAKE. AND ENABLES THE BUSY CLERKS TO HAVE MORE TIME AWAY FROM THE OFFICE. IT IS A TONIC IN ONE INSTANCE AND A SOOTHER IN ANOTHER. WE CLAIM FOR THE MANUFACTURERS THAT THESE MACHINES ARE SO CAREFULLY ADJUSTED AT THE FACTORY, AND TESTED IN OUR REPAIR DEPARTMENT, THAT THERE IS A LESS THAN ONE PER CENT. CHANCE OF THEIR GETTING OUT OF ORDER. IF EITHER ONE OF THEM DOES SLIP A COG, WE HAVE AN EXPERT WHO CAN MAKE ANY REPAIR NECESSARY AND AT A TRIFLING COST, ONLY THE AGENTS CAN AFFORD TO DO THIS FOR THE REA SON THAT EITHER MACHINE IS SO SELDOM OUT OF ORDER THAT IT WOULD NOT BE PROFITABLE FOR ANYONE ELSE TO EMPLOY A MAN CAPABLE OF HANDLING WORK OF THIS CHARACTER. WE WOULD LIKE TO TALK NATIONAL CASH REGISTERS AND BUR. ROUGHS ADDING MACHINES TO YOU. IF YOU HAVE NEVER IN STALLED ONE, WE CAN HELP CONVINCE YOU THAT THEY ARE( OF INCALCULABLE VALUE TO EVERY BUSINESS MAN. 1 The Waterhouse Co., REPAIR AND DISPLAY ROOMS QUEEN, NEAR NUUANU STREET OFFICE IN JUDD BUILDING -1. "js AM I1M. :t HA- I- 'Ji 0 1- l B .?! n ; I rcj t '4 H -' Y 4 1 M I 'V.