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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, January 10, 1906, 3:30 O'CLOCK EDITION, Page 3, Image 3',
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I'VENINO BULLETIN. HONOLULU, T. H., WEDNESDAY, JAN. 10, 100C.
Fop one week only
IS NOW ON
Thli tale will be the greatest tale In the hlttory of the local
retail butlneti and will offer unprecedented opportunities to ob
tain Muslln'Underwear at Sacrifice Prlcei.
Our Entire Stock Of
SKIRTS, NIGHT GOWNS,
CORSET COVERS, '
DRAWERS and CHEMISES
Will be closed out at a .
Certain lines that we are discarding to make room for new
teaton'a noveltlei and a quantity of odd lots, will be marked at
price which will be to low ai to be almost unbelievable.
Sale Prices Strictly Cash
Don't Fail to see our Window Display
N. 8. SACHS
Dry Goods Company Ltd.
CORNER FORT AND BERETANIA 8TREET8.
Wc have just received new supplies of
"Ushers 0. V. G." scotch wusto
BUCHANANS "BLACK AND WHITE"
W, C. Peacock & Co., Ltd.-
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Fresh Meats 1
; Fresh meats required for your dally use, 2
S: You will find at YEE HOP'S in profuse. 3
S T he old saying is, the best, is cheapest;
gr- Wc have the cheapest, best and freshest. '
t: Call on us and get your money's worth,
5 Then with the wise you will have a berth.
gj C. Q. YEE HOP & Go.-
men 1 ivircrkC 1 5
TELEPHONE MAIN 251. 5
mmm uuiuiuuuiiu ana uniuiiR
Favor Japanese Park
As An Attraction
CITIZENS INTERESTED IN IMPROVEMENT IDEA
Honolulu has prospects of securing
In the near future a Japanese park
with dwarf trees, fish ponds, Japanese
houses nnd everything else that tho Or
iental landscape artists may think of
and secure from the prison authorities
prisoners to care for the lots, I am
afraid they will wear their welcomo out
and bo a nuisance to the prison author
Illcs, whereas'lf the matter were In the
to make the new attraction look as nat-l hands of one particular committee II
ural as though It were In the country
of tho thousands of Islands. The mat
ter was discussed yesterday at a meet
Ing of the Promotion Committee which
tlartcd a movement some time ago for
Improvements in all parts of the city,
Huch a feature would be a great at
traction for tourists. Mr. Oartle
brought the matter before the commit'
tec. Japanese landscape artists and
others Interested in such work as es
tablishing parks could easily bo secured
here and the proposition put lii their
hands for development.
A suggestion was made that Nuuantl
stream below Illldcbrand's, near School
street, would made an Ideal spot. This
place would furnish all the necessary
wilderness where the Japanese artlsti
could work to the best advantage. Hus
tle bridges, teahouses, and various oth
er constructions of the Japanese art
seems to mc that this feature of Im
provement perhaps would be more cfll
clently looked aftert
"These suggestions are made as a ro
suit of my observations of the way In
which the work of some of the redeem
ed lots has gone on. It has been con
ducted in a haphazard, unsystematle
fashion, giving good final results, but
wasting a good deal of energy vhlch
might have been expended with better
results If under some direct and re
The matter of city improvements wan
discussed at length. Mr. McCandlcs
Mated It was understood that 12,000
leet of curbing was being put In by the
Territory and It was thought this
would go along Walklkl road. Tho
Supervisors will be communicated with
regarding the matter. The Improvu-
ment and bcautlllcation and parkin:
could be built throughout the grounds. llcn ot Walklkl road vl prob'ably ,"
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never mado an effort to bring out the
Oriental display as an attraction for
the Islands but nevertheless such H
garden as planned would be an Inter
esting sight to lsltors, ho said.
One of tho Islands In the lagoons at
Kaplolanl park was also suggested a
an Ideal place for the Japanese garden
Mr. Spalding thought tho proposition
could be established quite easily there
and that a tcahouso would undoubtedly
be self-supporting. A letter was read
from Architect Marsh ot San Francisco, 1
The enthusiasm taken by citizens In
me improemcni mocment Is Increas
ing, Mr, Spalding stated. Among oth
ers Governor Carter and the John II
ertate is showing Interest In the Idea.
Mr. Spalding said ho had not appoint
ed ladles on any of the Improvement
committees because ho thought they
oui nave a voico in mo matter any
way. Most of the committeemen arn
School children in all parts of the
wuo nas hau experience in transform- cUy aro to he ln!lructC(i no. l0 lliro,v
ing ordinary parKs in uaiuornia, nto banana and orange peels and old papers
'U'.V."." b"'"I'- ":,"'" "'""". ."" bbl.h . . Bencral Into tho
" " I.U..U....U .. ,....., glrccts. An effort Is to be made to have
hut may mako tho trip somo time alter.
A letter from U A. Thurston, who
left yesterday for tbo Coast, was read
by Secretary Wood. Mr. Thurston's
suggcstltfn that unsightly lota bo Im
proved and mado attractive, was fav
orably received. He was made a com
mittee ot one to take up the proposi
tion, select others to assist him and
work out the idea of his letter. Mr
Thurston's letter in part Is as follows.
"In reply, I beg to stato that I will
be glad to do this or any other work
of a similar character In which I can
bo of assistance to the committee In do
ing what'I consider most valuable work
rubbish cans stationed at public places
nuoui me principal parts of the city,
among other places being the poster
lice, and tho different street corners.
It Is estimated thai If Clarcnco Mac
farlane's yacht La I'aloma should raaka
the trip to the Con ft to return with the
mainland yachtsmen In the raco next
spring It would cost between (1200 and
f 1600. The committee has provided the
sliver trophy and felt that the expenses
of tho ncht should be paid by the
Yacht Club. Tho money might bo
raised by public subscription.
An effort is to be mado to Interest
for the welfare and progress of Mono 2"" ,''',"UKB'n.n ,n. l"c """coming
lulu and Its inhabitants. "' """ " uc?'r,c.u "-vo a
"I think that the cleaning up and "mr of "Ji8.11"?8 ,ako .m,rt
grassing over of ouen lots, such as has.0BrlnK h. Pa:. ": Man- o
been done at Palaco Square nnd oppo- yunBer iiawai an girls nave never
site the Young Hotel, Is even more im- vo ho P". " eems and an effort
nortant than tho mnvcmnnt to heea tho t0. le made to have them turn out
rlnnr var.l. In r-nn.l .nan. fnp llm pon. or ln display on I-cbrUary 22, (Wash-
wn that residence lots, even though not "?10J? llVir"j,ay-) A I?el.,n,B. i "
kont in th iMt .hum. nr morn or li-si ogtomobllo owners will be held at the
looked after, whllo empty lots are lefi ""i?, ',',t J,on,'a evening to organ
. i.. ,,r.i ...in, .;.!,. i ,.i lo and talk oter their part of the oa
nn.1 lippomo pnlilil.h .lnmtmr o that ,a(le- Cnh Prlle w"' B Offered for
tbey glvo a bad character to the entire i2?r,m?6t,graccfu rlI?r8. "Ilh P"
neighborhood which may otherwlso irtl!nih.e.pa"'le and olh" rt
quite presentable. Tho few lots o. v l" mm cuvo ana unique
ready cleaned and grassed over through Ur??"'i f0"1'10,
icticia iu uiibhci iu iiiu ivill
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TO THE EVENING BULLETIN FOR OIX M0NTH3 AT H00.
X - I
tho efforts of Secretary Atkinson haw
added greatly to the beauty of the city
Thero aro a number of other lots, how
ever, which can bo made equally beau
tlful at nominal expense, it there la
homcone to take tho responsibility of
going ahead with the matter and who
can at the samo tlmo mako arrangu
menu with tho Government for prlsou
labor In connection therewith,
"The upkeep of tho lot such as keep
ing It free ot weeds and Irrigated dur
ing dry weather, requires supervision
and labor which in the aggregate will
cost considerable unless prison laboi
can be had to attend to it.
"If each of tfle forty or fifty improve
ment clubs are to have the supervision
32d Degree of Mary Commandery, Phil-
delphta, Recovers from Brlght's
Fcnt out by tho committee with regard
to the Improvement Idea have been re
dved from Interested citizens Iu all
parts of tho city. Among others Super
intendent Holloway nates that ho fav
ors the suggestion of having trained
men sunenlsa the trlnimlnu of trcpn
1,1 fhn fntntil, nnn nn.l ulmt -l tl..t .,.,.,.
I panics. Letters lmo been received
I from tho following well known people:
Ilalph 8. Hosmor, C. S. Holloway,
Chang Tso Fan. Louis It. Mcdclrns,
(Jeorge Herbert, K W. Macfarlane, A.
i Van Valkenburg, Chine Chne,
Krank U Hoogs. John Kldwcll. J. F. C.
Hagcns, A. n. Murphy. W. W. Cham
berlain, J. P. Cooko, William Alanmn
Bryan, Chas. Ah Fook, Alex. OarWe,
Joseph O. Pratt, Frank Hustace, James
H. Uoyd, A. Herbert, Ilro. Henry, C.
S. Wight, John Effingcr, David Houghs,
U H. Plnkham.
Smith Do you believe In dreams?
Jones No, I married one. Lcsllo'i
Jlnimle Oco! DIs Is nn cxcltln'
Kin uoiu my
There are Imitations, But
Ours Is the only GENUINE
Wo Have till Other Flavors Alo
Consolidated Soda Water Works, Ltd.
TELEPHONE MAIN 71
Tho man who puts his feet on tho
teat or A pnllrnnil trntn u-nuM u-nnl in
tommlt murder If someone did tho
,'amo thing to his parlor sofa.
Jlnimle Oco! DIs Is
game, st-cln' how clost I
candy to do kid wldout bis glttln' ttl
Now York Journal.
Work has begun on tho railroad
which will carry passengers to tho top
ot Mount Wane. Tho faro Is to bo
119,30 for a trip to the summit. Tho
cars will be run by electricity and
equipped with three sets of brakes, all
Independent In their operation
are built In the mind but a mind Is needed to build a building and the "
mind must be that of an architect who understands his profession.
I understand the bulldlnn of beautiful, modern, artistic buildings and .
can verify this statement by showing you the plans of buildings for.
merly erected by me.
W. MATLOCK CAMPBELL
. Telephone White 031 A
-H- 'i.i.4. --t--t. -t- -- ft
102. FORT 8T., I. O. O. F. Bldg. & 151 HOTEL 8T., opposite YOUNQ Hotsl.
During conclave week In San Fran- W
clsco, Sir Knight Wm. II, Maneelcy of A
1001 N. Seventeenth Btrcet, Phlladel- ft
phla, of Mary Commandlry, called nt
the office of tho JnoJ. Fulton Co. to j
report his recovery, V
He stated that ho had both Ilrlght's O
nurau nml tllnlietes for 9 Years and ft
irfiiTgotten eo low he could not speak ij
for a half hour at a time, and had to Y
bo put In Ho packs. A leading physl- il
clan sent him word that he- had had 6
several cases reiover under a prepa,ra- ft
Hon made In California called Fulton's X
Compound Maneelcy sent for It. Tho X
third night ho got tho first natural
Bleen In months and improvement was
then gradual but continuous, until he ft
is now the picture of health.
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AII1UUK OlUtr WCII IWIUWU mnmr,
hl.lnna aitlirf Ii h .1 AAAVAPOfl llA TTlAnt I f tl " li
cd Illchard Filbert, Mrs. H. T. Snow A
of 1S15 Columbia avenue; also two ft
residents ot Kensington, whom he told r
of It; also tho wife of a physician and X
several others. Masons will know fc.
how to approach Mr. Maneeley to get
tho eternal truth ns to tho genuineness. ft
of this profound discovery.
We again announce to the world tho
pnrnlillliv of chronic Ilrlcht'a Disease
and Diabetes In fully 87 per cent, of alt 0
HONOLULU DIIUO CO.. Agents.
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may show sediment; falling vision;
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