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Ladies' Tailor Made Wash Suits With the warm days af tbe summer menths here, ones mind naturally runs to dressing more comfortably, so we hare made due preparation and have Just opened aa exeelleat new stock of ready-made wash suits, handsome materials. weU constructed. Blouse effect, aad flare skirt Splendid assortment to choose from, and they are exacUy proper cljthes for warm weather. We are sure to have a large sale this morning and the balanee of the week. Come early. Also a handsome liar ef LADIES- WHITE PIQUE WASH SUITS. LADIES' ZEPHTR WASH SUITS. LADIES' LAWN WASH SUITS. LADIES' LINEN WASH SUITS. All the very latest patterns, and we promise prices that will please yoa. X'T ? T . . smok,ng 'eads a man to choose the blended Havana tobaccos, perfect in fragrance and flavor that are contained in 0, PALE Net a 7TI.. " r The Perfect Blend. There are lots of all-Havana cigars. The secret of EL PALEXCIA is in the blending. Made in 30 sizes. I A Cigar for the Club 9 Oriental Bazaar RAPID TRANSIT We hare jnet received hv Iat steamer 100 cases f band decorated chinaware: there is none better anywhere. Also 100 pieces of silk good, pongee, pineapple and sll colors By same steamer a large shipment of best Chinese teas, pot np in pretty lcqner-d boxes, one pound, and one half pound sizes. Cme in and see our Lew goods in all departments 66-72 King Street, corner of Smith. WOkLD RENOWNED The Wines of Hsti COLOITT- Who own and conduct the ,areest Vineyard In the IcJ Bare done more to make California famoua than any other industry in the State. The wonderful of ASTI NAIIM fa due to their CNIFOK YilTY. PURITY AND EXCKU-KNCK OF QUALITY. All aristiss are battled for family use and are justly acknowledged to be the Bos Table WlnM Are served in all the leading Hotels and cafes ef the world. he Italia Swiss Colony Label On each bottle guarantees the quality. Trade supplied by following jobbers: SUIT STILL ON The suit brought by the Sun Kwong Mud against the Honolulu Rapid Transit St Land Co. la causing s very Interesting tangle In Judge Humph roys" court. The fact that many of the witnesses have several names rakes the establishment of their iden tity difficult. Don I. .in. subpoenaed by the defend ant, failed to appear and a bench war rant was issued. Finally appearing, the court dismissed the charge of con tempt, witness stating that he was on hts way to obey the summons w hen the horse he was riding broke down and he had to put up at an inn for the night. The testimony of the witness' intention was accepted and he was simply or dered to pay the costs of attachment, amounting to $2. his absence being deemed unintentional. The original signers of the lease In question, on testimony, were shown to have been away from the Territory about fourteen years, but they were represented by their sons present In court. The witness testified that he was the manager and knew all about the history of the company. The point of residence of the vari ous Chinese on the Island was brought up and the Collector, of Internal Reve nue. Sir. Chamberlain, was subpoenaed by the defendant to give evidence from his register. A decision of the United States Supreme Court was read show ing that the Collector waa not only exempted but prohibited f rjm produc ing his records as evidence without the consent of the Secretary of the Treas ury, or of the head of his department. Judge Humphreys excused Mr. Cham berlain. Many h!neu witnesses were put on the stand In behalf of the complain ants and though the matter of one name to a man was of no consequence to them, the defendants endeavored to obtain a statement from each that the damage done to their property could be adjusted by a monetary considera tion, t'p to a late hour yesterday af ternoon the examination of witnesses waa In process. The matter of the es tablishment of a fraud, forgery or of perjury relative to the signing of the lease has not been fully brought out. but th- general outcome of tbe suit of Injunction Is watrhed with much Inter est by many leaseholders and by Mr- "hesney and Gtiswold. who have con veyed a number of leaseholds to the Walklki Land St Loan Association, a party defendant t this suit. COURT NOT KM. In the Circuit Court of the First Ju- tl-UI District the defendants have Sled schedule of costs In the case of the lieela Agricultural Co.. Ltd.. vs. Prank Pallia. The bill shows S16.&0 and the attorneys for the defense. Magnon and Peters, give notice that they will move o ha v- the bill taxed on the 23rd Inst. The Supreme Court bns adjourned until July 2tb. W O LTK MS- W A LDKON CH. LTD. OOSTO A MWOHE. OO.NSALVES) A CO. JOS. H ARTsf ANN St CO. A. L SHAW CO. CAM ARA A CO. Ladies' Shirt Waists Just received, another large shipment of Shirt Waists, which again makes our stock the most complete and finest in the city. Every lady who has seen this stock and purchased from it has been more than pleased, both in quality of goods and prices. HOSIERY DEPARTMENT. We offer on sale this week the best Hermsdorf Hose for ladies either solid black hose or black lace effect 23c A PAIR. This Is an unusual opportunity and one seldom offered. CHILDREN'S DRESSES. New stock of white dresses in all sizes, from 6 months to 12 years. Great variety at right prices. Also a new showing of MISSES and CHILDREN'S Gingham and Zephyr Dresses and Blouse Suits. Prices from i&C TO $2.50 PER DRESS. Many handsome materials being opened at all times and we extend a cordial invitation to visit the store. We will be pleased to show you about. PACIFIC IMPORT CO. MODEL BLOCK. FORT STREET day. Inasmuch as the preparations for Telephone Main 3S6. the Fourth of July are so extensive In, and about Honolulu it would seem at . least thoughtful for the residents to' share their pleasures with those at the settlement. The above reported event. which was enjoyed by these people at j so little an expense, could be repeated j by the public subscribing an adequate amount, to be applied to a holiday fund for Kalaupapa. P. O. Box 820. Hawaiian Japanese Ballasting Co. Office: 1018 Smith St.. near King. Fllline In material either earth or coral, furnished at a very low price as we have a large stock on hand. CONCRETE WORK guaranteed, done at a very low pri.e. and Executive Council. At a meeting of the Executive Coun ell yesterday. J. H. Boyd. Superintend ent of Public Works, submitted a res- M , , ... . BLACK AND WHITE SAND sold olutlon relative to the widening of Wat-$1 5 lQ $1 per cuWc yard de. klki road. A permission was granted Hvered. to Palmer Woods and others to assign the Government lease. No. 471. to the trustees of the Bishop Museum. A renewal of a saloon license was , recommended to be granted to M. Mr Cann. The Governor presided and the heads of the various apartments were present. Special low price la CRUSHED ROCK of all grades frem No. 1 to No. 5. or rock sans. COMMON DRAT, ". per day. LARGE DRAT. S6.M per day. 7" Slaa.Trij2.gr HPstrlcrs, Corner Bethel and Hotel Streets. Honolulu Iron Works Co STEAM ENGINES BOILERS. 8UGAR MILLS, COOL BRS. BRASS AND LEAD CASTINGS and machinery of every description , made to order. Particular attention ! i . - - - i..Ainiiki.. vAw v Q-UU3 33idLlT1 gTQXV M'gT. ' executed on shortest notice. FLEUR-DE-LIS Ice Cream Parlors Alakea St., between King and HoteL 6. E. MORSE A COMPANY . PHONE BLUE US1. Our wagon will deliver orders promptly without extra charge. Special attention given Is supplying Receptions, Parties, Weddings and Church Gatherings. WingWoChan&Co Xbony Furniture, Cigars and Tobaccos, Chinese and Japanese Teas Crockery, Mattings, Vases, Camphor wood Trans. Rattan Chairs. ILK8 AND SATINS OP ALL KINDS. US-HI Nonas a Str Dally Advertiser, delivered by carrier to any part of tbe city for 78 cents a month. Ill N. KIN(. V. IMIONK M V I N -JSH. S. ZAKI Hardware, Glassware, Crockery. Paints, Oils, Etc. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. Call and Inspect our Complete Lines. SPECIAL SALE OF CREPES - AT 0! R Hotel Street Store. Jost recemd . new H g ftt wide si 5 psr var), all I'atlertw and ihadtr-; also 30 locbes wide patterns. 17S Hotel Street 'Phone Main 197. SPORTS AMONG THE LEPERS The eleventh of June sports at the Leper Settlement were very Interesting. Mr. McVeigh says that much of their success was due tu Jack Atkinson, who hustled around and raised $100 to be used for prises. At 7 In the morning a hot game of baseball was played between the Ka- laapspa and tbe Kalawaos. represent ing both sides of the settlement. While th Kalaunaoas had the odds in their rnvor fhf cimr went to Kalawao by a ..r !. to 9. this t-!np the first i line on record that they have woo. There waa a cash prise of 120 for the winners. The horse raring attracted more at tention than any other sport. There were thirteen rsces and as each race had about eight contestants, tbe hair nii irwrk offered the spectators plenty of excitement and amusement. Tbe ag gregate of prizes wss 1100. In various sections alt manner of races -re brought off: potato race, barrel race, sark race, three-legged race, and at 6 o'clock an adjournment for dinner was taken. Beretanla Hall supplied the Held for the evening en tertainments. A tug or war. wnn wentv-two-mlnute pull, was .n olt-r a hard fight by Kalaupapa. The ple eatlng contest caused many a g4d- .atnmt lsueh and the winner n mi event Is alleged to have "absorbed" the pie and not put It through the ordi nary course or tgasucauon. rummm pie-eaters at a time, each trying to get outside of the pie Derore ine oiner. kept the crowd guesslnr. About 0 were present to enjoy the COLLEGE HILLS LOTS FOR SALE. The Trustees of the Oahu College offer for sale at very low prices, and on VERY FAVORABLE TERMS (One-third cash; one-third one year; one-third two years' time, with interest at 6 per cent per annnrn) some very choice lots at College Hills. The RAPID TRANSIT Company performs a twenty minute service through the property, the College has provided a splendid and abundant supply of artesian water reaching over the entire tract, and tbe charges are reasonable. This is A MOST HEALTHY LOCATION and is entirely free from objectionable surroundings. No saloons, wash houses, ivery stables, poi shops and other nuisances of like character are allowed, and by all means is the most attractive suburban district near Honolulu. to th Person" dirin lots in thi locality will be able to secure nil particnlar in regard sflots bv ippljing to Mr. P. U JUNKH or Mr. JuNrYTliN 8HAW at the office m . 'VT A Tit 1..A i U.Minr. of the Trustees, No. 404 Jedd Building. P. C. JONES Treasurer.