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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. J., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 6, icjco
N.S.SACHS DRV GOODS CO., Ud'I
Jobbers and Retailers.
There is only one place in town to
buy DRY GOODS, that is, IF YOU
WANT TO BUY THEM RIGHT.
We have just received,
Ex S. S. "Queen," : :
One Hundred and Ninety Six
NEW. DRY GOODS! I
AND I BOY
Has Last Word on
REPLIES TO DR. WOOD
ON DR. HOWARD'S PLAN
The Boy May Not Always be Willing
to Expose His Epider
mis Before His
Mr. Gibson remarked that !,j war
not defending he vrrtba! system hut
stating nn Install. e ot where tin com
pany came short,
Mr. Gunn thought the company could
itndcrtako to supply Hawaii since It
supplied TO per cent of the hooks used
In the schools of the United States.
Mr. von Holt questioned If there hart
been any failure hitherto regarding
which the Hoard had to take action. To
which Mr. Gibson responded that there
could lme been no action owing to
Mr. Gunn stated that the company
had 4,000 titles In Its catalogue and
ought to be able to satisfy Hawaii.
Calicos, Ginghams, Per
cales, Dimities, Organdies,
Sateens, Ready - made
Sheets and Pillow Slips,
Towels, Sheetings, Pillow
Casings, Ribbons, Laces,
WE DEFY COMPETITION. II STOCK IS COMPLETE.
A SINCiLE YARD OR ARTICLE AT LESS THAW WHOLESALE,
N. S. SACHS DRY GOODS CO., Ltd
Jk There's No Use W
IN FACT THERE 15 NO QUESTION BUT
' WHAT THE LATEST WRINKLES IN
After the ordinary business of the
Commissioners of Public Instruction
was dispatched csterda Superinten
dent A. T. Atkinson submitted a ns
pharsc of the school book supply ques
tion, He Bald the matter had been a
bono of contention at successive ios-
slons of the Legislature for some jeais
past. A proposition had been ngltaltd
to take tho book business out of th"
hands of the Hoard, making It cease to
be n book and stationery huckster. Tho
Idea was to transfer the business to
some emporium down town. Action
tnken by the Legislature In lSOfi plac
ed the Hoard In a more dllllciilt posi
tion for asking appropriations, provll
Ing ns It did that proceeds of book
room sales should go Into the public
treasury as goemment realizations.
Tho result was that on their face reqi
sltlons for appropriations looked huge
In the ccs of the economical legisla
tor. Thero was nlwajs a kick ocr tno
book bills In the Legislature. In con
sequenco at times tho supply had run
short without means for Its replenishing.
The Superintendent submitted a let
ter from A. 1". Qunn. a representative
of the American Hook Company with
which the Hoard had for many
Lnrjjc llnrclwnrc Corpnrntlnn.
Tho annual meeting ol the l'aclll
Hardware Co., Ltd., was held jester
day, when the following ufllcers weie
tlected: II. V. Dillingham, president;
Jas. Gordon Spenter, vice-president
find secretary, L. 13. Plnkham, treus
urei and manager; Geo. S. Harris Jr.,
assistant treasurer; J, L, l'oormaii,
auditor, and these directors M. 1. Ho
blnson, .las. L. Torbcrt, O St. J. Gil
bert, residing In Honolulu, and dns.
11. Dal of San Francisco. A change
was made In the blawg regarding no
tices of meetings to directors so is
to conform to California law. This cor
poration has, slnco tho beginning ot
1900, combined the hardware business
of Castle & Cooke and J. T. Water
house, both long established, with Its
own. It Is one of the largest contents
In that line west of tho Mississippi.
Employment of NcgrocH.
At tho recent Hampton negro confer
ence, the committee on business an. I
labor reported U.S30 neginos emplojcd
by fifty-eight firms, representing cut
ton mills, Iron foundries ship) arils
and mines. It was found tint more em
ployments than formerl) are open to
colored girls. While In the case of both
sexes the reports of emploers are gen
erally faorable, especially In regard
to skilled laborers, It has been neces
sary In many cases to glo special In
struction before Instrustlng them with
important work. Public Opinion.
HAWAII LAND CO.
Capital Stock - - $100,000.
Capital, paid up, $48,860
W. O. Achl President A Manager
M, K, Xakultl Vice 1'reMdent
J. Makalnal .Treasurer
Knock Johnnon Hectetary
Goo. L. Desha Auditor
BOARD OF D1RKOTOR8:
J. W. Illplkano.
The above Company will buy, lease,
or sell land 1 In all parts of tho HmvalUti
Islands; and also has houses In the City
of Honolulu for rent, 1 489-71
W. C. ACHI&C0
Brokers & Dealers
ADts. Brokers and Jobber.
H. P. BALDWIN President
J. BCA6TLL- st Vice-President
W. At. ALE.ANDLR...-2nd VUe-Presldent
J. P. COOKL- Treasure
W. O. SMITH Secretary and AuJItot
Sugar Factors and
tW We will l)n or Utli ileal Estate Ic
11 parts of the gronp.
Or We will Sell Fropeitlea on Beaton
tble Communions 1
)FFICE. 10 West King Street
Real Estate Broker.
223 MERCHANT ST.
Knvc the ItcnclicH.
Tho nialutennncc ot beaches nloiu
the New England coast Is being sue-
ears ccssfullv nicompllshcd b) the "grojno
Property In town and suburbs
and HOUSES TO LET.
had a contract. He remarked thnt Hie sjstem." These "grojnes" Is con
members had nil been the letter, but strutted at right angles to tho beach,
Prof. Alexander asked that It bo read and Its position prevents the waves net
In open meeting. Mr. Atkinson sug-' ing on It Injuriously. Sand Is Inter
Bested It be referred to a committee to'cepted by the planking, rapid!) form
report by Monday. .Mr. von Holt Ing a new bench and prccntlug cro
wantctl It discussed then nnd there. So slon. Public Opinion.
tho letter was read.
Mr. Gunn offered, on behalf of tho To Tench ll pnotlHin,
company, to take over the stock In The American College of Sciences
hand, worth about $0,000, nt cost and(ttus Incorporated at Newark, N. J., re
establish a depository In Honolulu Attl.ntly, with a capital of $100,000.
this place school books would alwas 4mone tno objects of the college Is to
be sold at cost. The company would instruct In personal magnetism, hno
Issuo a special geography with a ll'i- tlsm. suggestive therapeutics and heal-
T. R. MOSSMAN
Real Estate Agent
Searcher ot Titles . . .
INo Matter What it Is You Want,
Biff or Little, Plain or Fancy,
On Any Quality of Paper from Ordin
ary News (such as the Bulletin
is printed on) to the
Finest Hand-made Japanese Parch
ment, can be had at the
wnllan supplement to be prepared by
I some person who should 00 selectol
later." In case of any reduction In list
prices on the .Mainland tne Territory
of Hawaii would receive tho benefit of
such reduction. Any books required
for high or normal school work whle'i
were not In the catalogue would bo
supplied at cost on demand.
Mr. on Holt wanted to know, If th
Hoard went out of tho book business,
how far would Its power go In regulat
ing the course of study.
Mr. Atkinson replied that tho Hoard
must nlwas prescrlbo the bookB to
bo used in the public schools. Whin
ho became Inspector Clenernl In 18s"
bo found most confusing dlurslty In
school books. In arranging n course
of study then his aim was to make tho
burden of book-buying ns light as pos
sible upon parents.
Mr. Qunn being present made a state
ment In answer to question. He had
no doubt that arrangements woull
bo made, with dealers In town, but If
they failed ho wna prepared to glv-j
bonds In any amount required to fill-
Ing. Public Opinion.
Till: FAMILY FRIEND.
No lemedy has as good a right to
that tlt'o as Klckupoo Indian Oil. It
Is good for Internal and external uso;
It Is pain's most powerful panacea. No
ono can say "I won't" havo neuralgia,
rheumatism, earache, or nny other
Quito pain, but everyone who has n
bottlo of Ktcknpoo Indian Oil in tho
houso can say with confidence "1
won't" hnvo neuralgia or nny other
pnln long. Tho power of this oil ocr
pain Is marvelous. Toothache, ear
actio, headache, neuralgia and rheuma
tic pains, dysentery, dlrrnhoea, cholera
morbus, co'.Ic, cramps, and nil ncuto
pnlns yield Instantly to It. You nro al-
wajs proof against pain with a, bottlo
in tho houso. Hobron Drug Co.,
agents for Klcknpoo Indian Remedies
The secret of the production of color
Is not yet revealed. The unrivaled
' hues of tho tulip and th crone are form
j ed from the black soil. Hut how? Nono
'can say. Yet ono Is no less startled
J. J. WILLIAMS,
Visitors are cordially Invited to
call and inspect our tjallery of life
size royal photos, from Kamehamelu
I. to date.
At tho Old Htund
On Fort Btreot ::
Hawaiian Commercial & Sugar Co.
Olai Sugir Co,
Haiku Sugar Co.
Pala Phntatloi Company.
Nahlku Sugar Company.
Klhel Plantation Co.
Hawaiian Sujjit Co.
Kahului Rallioad Company.
The California and Oriental S. S. Ct.
W. G. Irwin & Go
Western Sugar Refinery Co., of Baa
Baldwin Locomotive Works, tt
Philadelphia, Penn., U. S. A.
Newell Universal Mill Co. (National
Cano Shredder), New York, U. S. A.
N. Ohlandt & Co.'s Chemical Fertili
zers. Alex. Cross & Sons, high grade Fcfr
tlllzcrs for Cane nnd Coffee.
Heed's Steam Pipe Covering.
ALSO OITHH FOR SALK
1'nraffliic Paint Co 'g P, & U. Paints
nnd Papers; l.ucol and Llneee
Oils, raw and boiled.
Indurlno (a cold-water paint), V,
white nnd colors.
Filter Press Cloths, Cement, Lli
CASTLE & COOKE,
Tttt fewt Plantatl' 4 Co.
Tea Walalua Atrlcultnil Co , L 1,1
Th Walamaa Surar Mill Co.
Tb Koloa Af rlfultural Co.
Tm Fulton Iron Workl. SL lofll. Mo,
THO Standard Oil Co.
Tb. Goo. F. Ullko Poaoi.
Woaton 0 Contrlfufilt
Tho Now England Ilia loauraocaCa, tl lot
Too ni Flfo Int. Co. ot Honf ore, Con
Tho Alllanco Aaauranto Co of Lootat.
YOU CAN MIT THE
That Is, Kt what you want promptly and
courteously by calling upon us.
Unquestionably there Is ART IN
PRINTING, If you go to the right place for
It which Is
120 KINO STREET,
If you need any printing of any kind, for ycir business, or public or private
use, let us tall; over the matter with you. It won't bore us to talk "shop," and we
will try not to bore you,
by tho endless variety of color now
produced from coal tar. 1'rom thnt ap
parently ubcIcss substance perfumes,
medicines nnd aweetiicrs havu been
color appeals to tho ee, Onlj thirty-
six years ago Perkln "gathered up the
fragments" in conl tor nnd produced
tho beautiful mauve, dye. Now, from
tho greasy material which was con
sidered useless Is produced madder,
which makes coal tar worth JC00 a
ton. This coloring mnttor nlono now
employs nn Industry of 110,000,000 per
unuin. One ton of good cannel coal,
when distilled In gas retorts, loivcs
twelve gallons of conl tar, from are
produced a pound of benzine, a pound
fill tho contract. Tor tho past flvo ears
the orders tho company had filled for
tho Hawaiian schools had averaged '
$7,000 11 year. Tho prlvato schools
wonl.l remilrn about JO.000 worth. Thev . formed which hnv estnrtlcd man
used pretty much tho samo hooks, In!
pnmury grades, ns tno puuiic scnoois.
Professor Alexander raised the ques
tion as to whether their successois
might bo bound by action taken In the
matter. Thero was talk of dividing
tho Territory Into self-governing muni
Mr. von Holt thought tho Attorney
General ought to be consulted beforo a
contract was made.
Mr. Atkinson promised to submit the
mnttor to tho Attorney General and
appointed a meeting of the Commli-, of toluncne, a pound nnd n half of phu
slonera for 10 o'clock Monday to hear, not, six pounds of naphthalene, a small
nnd consider tho matter. quantity of xylene, and n half a pound
Mr. von Ho t wanted to know If hu or anthracene ror elyelng purposes. ,c
Impression were correct that arrange
a New Lot of . .
Key West and
Beaver Lunch Rooms.
P. O. Rox 7J IilanJ CorrttponJtnc Solicited
FINKE & ASBAHR,
Cut and Growing I'lints, Sprays, Bou
Decorators for Weddings and Receptions.
Floral Designs for Funerals a Specialty.
Next to Williams' Undertaking Parlors.
Wm. G. Irwin & Go.
Wm. O. Irwin. .President and Mantiu
Claus Spreckcls Vice President,
W. M. QltTard ..Second VIco President
II. M. Whitney Jr. .... Trcas. and 8,
Geo. J. Ross Audita
AOTS OF TH
JUXANIO STEAMSHIP OOMPArs-
OF HAW FRANOIHOO. OA7
mentB with tho American Hook Com
pany hitherto had been eminently satis
Mr, Gibson said: No, they havo not.
Addiessing Mr, Gunn, ho added: We
would have preferred other systems of
writing and ou did not havo them.
Mr. Gunn sulci tho company now sup
plied tho vertical Bystem of writing,
Mr. Atkinson mentioned that vertical
cording to Roscoe, thero arc sixteen
distinct yellow colors, twelve ..rarse
thirty red, fifteen blue, seven gree.i
and nlno violet, besides n nunmer )t
browns, mid an Infinite numbe" of
blendlngs of nil shades. And all thin
from th ennco despised and uselebs
coal tar, Ex.
G. A. GROTE
Merchant -:- Tailors
Cleaned and Repaired
FIRST CUSS WOKK GUARANTfcfcL
Union St. near Hotel isou
QUEBN ST., - HONOLULU.
'I he Lancashire Insurance Co,
The Bilolse Insurance Co.
Union Gas Engine Co.
Domestic Sew Ing Macb ne, Ete
Ouatn alraot, lltjtiolulu H.I
Hawaiian Agricultural Casanv. Anarlfaa a.a
Covrany. Ookala Sugar plant. Co , Oooana laa
Co . Honomu blear Co , Walluku Sutar Co . Haioa
Sujar Co , llaliakala Kirch Co., Molokal Rimi
Plantar a Lino San I r l.icol'ackal baa. Br vo
ax Co.'o Ltna of Bofl.n f-ackata
LIST OF OFFICERS
O, M, Cooke, President) Oeorje
RobortHOn, Manager 1 K. F. Bletop
Treasurer and Secretary; Col. W, Jr.
Allen, Audit ir; P. C. Jonoa, II. WaUr
houne, Geo. R. Carter, 1)1 recto ra.
Young St., bet. Alapal & Kaplolanl Sts.
Newly furnished rooms with board.
Also table boajd. TelephmwjQi Blue.
Art Bmbroldepy Taught.
Illlnd Man (to tailor) "Yes, sir.
tlni nnlmo tiFtiil.l iii iirnfiif?" Waal! I
a afiiui, buiui nuiiiti ,yuii jm vn 1 vn
writing had becomo dlsciedlted In the . should say blind man's buff would be
States. It was a fad that had been.ns appropriate ns anything." Uoston
taken up. Herald.
Lessons in ART CMHROIDHRY will
bo given by Mrs. II. II. Williams at tho
City Turnlture 8tore, Fort street.
First Class stumping done
MRS. II. II. WILLIAMS.
doners! Manager ot
Tb Iqajtable Life Assarinw Sooiitf
Of the United States fot the HwaliM
Onui Uehaot stnet. Hoc
M. PHILLIPS 4 CO.,
Wholesale Importers and Jobbers
hropein and American Drj loo
Fo t snd Qneen Btreets.
H. HAOKFELD & 00., LW
CEEAL COMMISSION hUin.
Cor. Fort inJ Queen titrU iiuaoittl
. &.wt t..
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