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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, January 12, 1906, 3:30 O'CLOCK EDITION, Page 3, Image 3',
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I'VBNINQ DDIXE.TIN, HONOLULU,' T. H., FRIDAY, JAK. 12, 100C.
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Now in progress and will be continued
this week only,
BIG CUT IN PRICES
on the entire stock of underwear.
Odd lots and odd sizes at
Business Men At
Corset Covers 20c. Upward
Drawers , 30c.
Night Gowns 50c. "
Skirts 55c. !f
This opportunity should not be over
looked. Sale Prices Strictly Cash
N. S. SACHS
Dry Goods Company Ltd.
CORNER FORT AND DERETANIA 8TREET8.
SPIRIT OF GOOD FELLOWSHIP
AND ENTHUSIASM PREVAILS
PITHY REMARK3 ON SITUATION
BY 8PEAKERS JACK LUCAS
SPEAK8 WELL FOR THE
Members of the Merchants' Associa
tion with their Invited guests asscm
bled nt nn annual banquet last evening
at tho Hawaiian hotel, which waa mem
orable (or the excellence of the arrange
ments and the good naturcd spirit that
The banquet was laid In the Ewa jack ,nd the County.
anni, which uuu uuvii ut'uuuiuiijf un.
oratcd for tho occasion, making it a
typlcaly Hawaiian combination of
tropic splendors. The music of tho
quintet club and of the band 'which
was Riving a concert at tho hotel mm
pletcd the local setting. The menu
was well selected, well cooked and well
served. If the merchants needed a
Good Things In View.
Captain Humphreys made a very
brief response to the toast, "The Army"
but in that short tlmo brought about n
pleasant reference to what Is usually
uppermost in the mind of the people,
what the army Is doing for us. In thli
connection he said It stood for about
$100,000 a year In supplies and with the
representative of the Congressional dis
trict asking for the needed Improve
ments from time to time there was no
reason why, with the excellent climate,
It should not amount to more. He be
lieved that given the money, a fort, that
would be a world beater, could be built
here and he hoped the money would
Our Strategic Position
Captain Lyon, commandant of tho
local station, responded for "The
Navy." He exemplified the adage that
fighters are not extended orators but
when they do speak It Is to the point
He briefly reviewed the division of
opinion In the country as to the advis
ability of extending the territorial pos
sessions. Fortification of tho Philip
pines makes It necessary that Hawaii
shall be also fortified as an Important
link In the chain. When tho Panama
canal Is opened, then will the Import
ance of Pearl Harbor be brought home
to all with compelling force. Capt.
Lyon closed with wishing the business
delegation well In Us effort to aid
tho setting aside 75 per cent of our local
Federal revenues for expenditure on
A Word About
When the toastmaster called on Jack
Lucas to respond for the "County of
Oahu" the response of the banqueters
Indicated an anticipation of something
good and they got It. He reviewed
some of the Incidents of the County law
and some of the troubles of the Super
visors. He told how much the Terri
tory was saddling oft on them and
demonstration of what ono of tho lead. goreij jn the record that every good
Ing hotels can do for Its guests whether; work offered to tho county was com-
Kamaainas or lounsis mey roum uui pleted. This rule would apply to the
fall to be Batlafled.
Tho post prandial program was char
acterized by short speeches all more or
less pithy and allowing a few extras
before the adjournment for the last car.
Tho opening toast '"Tho President,"
proposcu uy lousiHiusier oimui, u
Pall contract whether done by a rela
live of his or not. After Lucas was
seated he was tailed on by prolonged
applause to continue his speech, which
he did in Hawaiian.
The Elder Brother.
Fred J. Lowrcy made n very finished
Tho most "tended remark, of the -fj1 ?r5 L"""'"".
evening were je j J"UK.,D' n. organization of the city but bore no
response to the "Territory J"' !will toward the younger and per-
He opened with reference to the good fa morc enerKetlc Merchants' Asso-
work done here by the tedcral depart. i that work of
monts and passed to n review of our b , orKanMUl0,,1 m,Rht lo lmprove.,
central position and tho many Inter.
tstlng problems It offered as a result ' ' ".,,-
?r.."?' "0".f",!it0. ",?. Secretary Wood of the Promotion
hnn n fnr.rcaLhlnir Influence In tlio tie .. .... .... .v...
&tor but thought ho could talk. IIu
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THIS FINE MAGAZINE 13 GIVEN FREE TO A NEW SUBSCRIBER
TO THE EVENING BULLETIN FOR OIX MONTH8 AT $4.00.
to do. He paid a tribute to tho excel
Wc have just received new supplies of
"Ushers 0. V. G." Scotch Whiskey
BUCHANANS "BLACK AND WHITE"
W, C Peacock & Co., Ltd,
tending a meeting of credit men, it
was very interesting.
Seated at tho speaker's tablo were
Gcorgo W. Smith, Judge S. II. Dole,
Captain Humphreys, Captain II. W.
Lyon, John Lucas, Fred J. Lowrey, II.
I Wood and W. II Farrlnirtun. At
the other tables, ranged on either side,
wero the following: I. K. Cofer, Kric
A. Knudscn, It. Hammond Uurrcll, Jas
U Young. It. It. Ilclilford. E. O. Keen,
Arthur V. Wall, Ocrrlt P. Wilder. W.
II. Ilabbltt, I. S. Dillingham, Jr., Thro
K. Lnnslng, M. P. Robinson, A. U
Young, Merle M. Johnson, J. Oswald
velopmcnt of tho Orient.
A II. Ml . , ... , IJ'.W.Vl, IMUl IV VWUI. ... V 11111 1 1 II I.-J IV.1V ClJUIIb VI IIV UUDIIHOH II. I.. .11 . --
Annexation Disappointment. talk ,10 tcrrci,. rc,Cwcd the great work spondlng Ui their duties as Jurors and
bpeaklng of the Islands under Amcr.lo (,cve,0pmcnt am, ,,rosrci)g tnBl has the general work of the courts falling
lean government, Mr. Dole said that d ', nc,Bn,)0,r,nB cltlM or the't0 tnhc ,ot of tnc.priTalo citizen.
""""""" "' i "'""'';'".'", i " coast. Ho believed tho $20,000 that It. W. llrcckons, when nsked to
ami named Immigration laws of ho ,, bMn lnvi.8,ct, a,va promotion ' speak for tho Federal end of It, read a
country in this connect on. lie then , b ,nmtcj aml cxpenileil to, clipping from a Wyoming paper. It be-
read an extract from the i Pre. dent d 0(lvanlagc. , J 't,eC8U,t of a Vyomlng editor at-
"This Is tho policy 'll-ATOe response to "The Press" fell to
labor party. It docs not sul some o w , FnrrlnKtonj He fcIt lhat afte,
us, but I believe i It will be the best in h claboratc hcralory of Jnck Lucas It
u.e long run lor "-""" '""" ,i' was fitting for others to apologize for
ers can not keep laborer, now by tho ,h , extbenco wlicn c,saylng a speech,
contract system. The question now Is Tk . ,h , J , h Ktnvui
that they must keep aborcrs hero by .
giving them and near their work which h w d . th , u' , t'
they may cultivate o old n he su.ten. , 0 ncWBIfal)crl!i Annl, j,arlo ,,rogl
ance of their families. Much Is heard d h ' , ,d , ,n d
of the experiment proposed for settling h ,01W t0 tho orEanlzaloa J,
he Russian Molokans on Kauai. James (n AI.rcIiant3- Association men hud
U. Castlo Is so Imbued with the lm;, f , f ., Cnambcr
iwriaiicooiiiii.iruuienii '"" b"! of Commerce and asked tho press to!
"B.m ' r "'" " ? u7Jrlp some of the bill-mares of the. Lulled, W. A. Wann. Richard II. Trent, I
n.:hZr,ff,r.,Ui:;s.h.t -"r vy &" wn jy"-h? - v-
In tho cud it will bo of benefit to the
tho press to do all the fighting without Plnkham, 13. C. Peters, Capt. A.
aanmtmwwmw mm mm mmrnrng
; Fresh meats required for your daily use, ;
ST: You will find at YEE HOP'S in profuse. ZS
J T he old saying is, the best is cheapest; 2
JS: We have the cheapest, best and freshest. S
2 Call on us and get your money's worth, ZZl
- Then with the wise you will have a berth. j
B C. Q. YEE HOP & Co,
VZ MKAT MARKET
TELEPHONE MAIN 251. S
?iiiiiiUiliii iiiiiliiliiiiiliil Uiiii iiiilliiiK
nimtltin tlm mntt ii-Iia i.nnln.l tA Ilnht. Uniitn Vnptiian I.' flnjltri Ina 1. 1 r I
wholo country, himself among tho test. ,' d(J 8, h Merchants' Aiso- Lean. i:. . Marshall, K. It. Hendry,
rho success and progress of the Islands caton hn(, ,M,n formc(, t ,lad ,lr. w I)rcc(0Ilgi K. K. Ulake, Oco. U.
n tho futuro do not depend so muih oil ,,,.,, a l!KC l0 ,et off gome of llU Cllr j T Warrcn v, rMeta c, M
tho sugar ji amers-ou ho inoiiej, wo , Ilcw,papcra n)prcc,at. V. Korster. Norman Wntklns, V M
make m upon the people we are go-l .,, 8pcaMnB of tile press In a gen- Lewis. Jas. Oordon Spencer, J. II. Slat
ngto lmo In tho country-who Willi . ' L uellevcd tlla, tllcro ,.al ten. 1st Lieut. KncrsTu. S. A..M. PUII-
iiavo tuo votes aim control tuo anaira )10 cUy ,- hc ountry wth , Un&lMi Hptt Q c 8wnln M A aonsalvcs. II. I
"'"" """"' . rem ns iinnulnllnn nf lli..n la nmls. I' Holli. Win. M. Ilrnv. Oeo. Hoc Ipk. A
"Tho planters aro sagacious mrn ami whch wM boagt of ag h h 8tanilarj iiulni,rBi c. II. Ilclllnn. I), II. IxjwIs.i
as soon ns they see It to bo to their I ' ncwH)alM,ri ,i10 clly ot Honolulu. If B. T. Herrlck. Kreil I Waldron. Edwlu
. If . ..." I., ' ...,. ""I- i. ..,..: ."'cy ai-rarcntly went off on tangents If! Paris. Sam'l. Johnson, Daniel Ig-;
!J """" """ ."""Y " " ., .. ' at times It wa only because they were an, George T. Hcnshall. A. GartcnUcrg,
There Is nnother thing In which you ...,,. of th ,nmml,, v' Kln iWm. II. Smith, llav H. Chamberlain.
.-, , ., -. ... . ...... . .., ---, --- -.-- ---,
HtacKauie, J no, u.
.lifliinlnla T O
kans, allans oud perhaps any Luro- No Controver " Andradc. James Stelner. J. H. Fuller,
peans they can get. They will not In- AUorney 0cJ,eral rctcrs waa caieU ' J. O. Rothwell, Chos. S. Crane. E. A.
troduce AmerUaus i here, at least not nt0 the list of speakers by the sugges-'McIncrny, Joseph d. Pratt. P. M., J
M. Jlccandicss, james wakeneiu.
There are Imitations, But
Ours is the only GENUINE
Wo Havo all Other Flavor Also
Consolidated Soda Water Works, Ltd.
TELEPHONE MAIN 71
no I in o I mma man n a tL-nll n a nlnnlnpa I
.".'".::' ,..-":..;.". ally there was no good work which tin: vv. r. i.ucas, k. it.
or many oi J are iuiitm c.i uirec -, s . ,9,andg ,,ad t BUpi,orted Soper. W. W. Klrkland. II
.y in sugar pmniiug-uro imeresu i. , , e t am, . , , .,,, - uu , Vam. A. J.
ino planters want i-oriuguesc, .noio-u,-.. ......... ... ....... i .u. lv ..,. ib w r
Has a bright futuro Tho bootblack.
If you want to make a man's heart
feel all right give him something to
hlliUs when tho time came for them so strengthen his pocketbook.
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 building of beautiful, modern, artistic buildings and
can verify this statement by showing you tho plans of buildings for.
merly erected by me.
W. MATLOCK CAMPBELL
Telephone White 051
102: FORT 8T., I. O. O. F. Dldg. & 151 HOTEL ST., opposite YOUNQ Hotel.
We are closing out our entire line of Misses' Jackets much below
their regular value, every Jacket reduced so as to make a quick,
MI88E8, DLACK CHEVIOT JACKETS.
Trimmed Red and Oreen.
Age 6 to 10, Special 82.00
Age 12 to 14, Special S2.50
MISSES, TWEED JACKET8. Color, Grey Mixed, neatly trimmed.
Age 6 to 10, 8peclal S2.50
Age 12 and 14, Special S3.00
MISSE8' TAN CLOTH AND BLUE 8ERGE JACKETS.
Age 4 to 10, Special S3.-10
Age 12 and 14, Special S3. 00
INFANT8' WHITE AND CREAM CA33EMERE COAT8.
Reduced 50 PER CENT
See our prices,
or mo j re-i"y ""v '"' tlon of a controversy between the law
...i. . T B . . J V, department and tho merchants. Here
"IJ1!"": e. t W5K "n.K.rla. ! "Ponded by saying that he didn't think
fe?i -.& z SSS.K: srs x&xsWZ
n ItU HI V HUUUIUtVU TV h 41IUVI nun t-
stltutlons, who will take up land not
used In sugar plantations. ....,.,.....x...I7I',.,i...,A..A.iA-iA-i.
What Business Men Want. 0;r-0;iK;iVso;
"You bukluess men know how Import Y
ant it is to tho business of Honolulu U
for a hundred families to settle In tho 6
army reservation which Is now being I ft
prcpareu lor occupation, you Know it A
there would bo n thoutand families set-JX
no hero you wouiu an uo prosperous.
Tho policy that would bring a thou
tand families here Is a very Important
"Land Commissioner Prntt told me
the other day that there was over 100,
0U0 acres of Government laud not
leased tho past yeur and that within
llvo or six years 050.000 ucres, the
leases ot which will run out. A great
deal of this land is unsuitable for set
tlement, but suppose onc-clgbth of It Is
suitable there Is a thance for SSOO fam
ilies to make a living.
"I.oq1c at Wahlawa, whero fourteen
families settled seven years ago. Tiny
were Americans and they experimented
with fruits and vegetables. Finally
they tried pineapples and last year a
company paid them $25,000 for pine
apples. The land these families got
for about IG000 is worth about $200,000 1 XI
today. The Bitccess ot tho Wahlawa X
colony Is not became the land was M
there, but because tho people were i
"Richard Hoe, tho inventor of a G
printing press, said one "ought to push I A
a thing from behind, and not go ahead vj
and pull It, because It is tho thing Itself it
and not tho man that should be seen.' IP
That Is what vty want hero and with
all tho other races no bring
want tho leaven ot Americana,
I 'Wk. Beer 1
I tlW RAINIER BOTTLING WORKS 1
lffi Ommfa I Honolulu. Phone White 1331
w- Jmi ' '1
H. "' isssssssssBiL.7 M
PAniFin import nn
11(1 With I C X JtJkV'1 M,X XI VIIV VVI
PACIFIC TRANSFER CO
WILL CALL FOR YOUR BAGGAGE
We pack, haul and ship your
goods and tave you money.
Dealer. In STOVE WOOD, COAL and KINDLINGS.
Storage In Brick Warehouse, 126 King St. Phone Main 58
BUILDING and PAINTING CONTRACTORS. House furniture of all
kinds repaired and varnished. Yard and lawn work a specialty. Tools fur.
nlshed. Cooks, Ynrdboys and Day L borers supplied on short notice.
Office, QREEN HOUSE, 8. King nr. Walklkl road. Tel. White 2401.
Weekly Bulletin $1 Per Year
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