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r'VKNINO BULLETIN. HONOLULU, T. H., SATURDAY. JAN 20, 1800.
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Monday and Tuesday
EXTRA. HEAVY QUALITY ALL SILK
$2.25 QUALITY S1.50
$3.00 QUALITY S1.75
White and Cream
$2.53 QUALITY Sl.GO
$3.00 QUALITY S1.75
ALL WOOL, WITH BORDER EXTRA FINE QUALITY.
$1.75 QUALITY FOR S1.00 YARD
$2.00 QUALITY FOR SI. 15 YARD
White Suede Gloves
FOR EVENINQ WEAR, 16 DUTTON8 LENQTH.
$1.50 QUALITY FOR OOd
8IZF8 5 34; 6; 6 3-4; 7j 7 1-1.
Of SHEETS and PILLOW CASES
TURKISH BATH TOWELS
Will begin on
Thursday Jan. 25th,
N. 8. SACHS
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! 60-Egg 108-Egg 2J6-Egg Machines
Alio In ttock Chick Feed, Poultry Grit, Blood Meal, Beef Scrap, j
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Call at the Delicatessen Counter for choice dainties with which
we are at present completely stacked. There are FANCY CHEESES,
OLIVES, SAUSAGES, FISH, OYSTER8, ETC., ETC.
At the (rult and vegetable stand may alwaya be found all fruits
and vegetables In season.
Metropolitan Meat Co,, Ltd
Telephone Main 45
Free Home Comforts
Guests have not only nicely furnished rooms, but every othtr convent
ence of the modern home Is afforded them here, such as electric lights,
reception room, telephone, etc. Rental rates are very low.
The Majestic Hotel
CORNER FORT AND BERETANIA STREETS.
Football Today at Kascball
I'arlc. Punnhou vs. Y. )l, C. A.
at 2-30. Mallcs vs. lolanls at
Dascball Sunday. Mctrcjlltnn
Meat Co. vi. Infantry at Kapiola-
nl Park at 2:30.
Golf Tournament at Mnnoa Club
Sunday morning nt 9:30.
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SOLDIERS AM MEAT MEN
"Billy" tlvltbron'M bunch of meat Jug
glers will cross bats with the soldiers
of Camp McKlnloy on Sunday after
noon nt Kaplolanl Park. This Is the
second meeting of these two teams,
tho first game going to Undo Sam's
llushnoll, Uteri and I.unlng will bo
seen In the butchers' line up. Van
Yllet, Davis, Hanna, Illngland and
Schoeffcl will play for tho Camp boys,
A week from Sunday tho All-Portuguese
will play tho Soldiers a return
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Doth tho Oahu College and Kam
campus present busy scenes theso
days. At each Institution men aro out
on the cinder path working hard for
rarlnus Held events.
At Oahu College tho boys aro train
ing for the coming lntcrclass field day.
There Is much rivalry between tho dif
ferent classes and tho coming meet
promises to be a spirited one. Kqually
as much Interest Is being taken on tho
tennis courts as on the track. Fifty
or more tennis players nro putting In
hard licks to get Into shapo for the
coming tourney. Amongst the. boys
the prize cup offered Is beginning to
cause much talk. The girls nro equal
ly enthusiastic over their tennis tour
nament and each will try to carry off
tho cup offered by !!. U. Cooper.
Out at tho Kam School everything Is
track. There nro moro men out trying
lor places on tho tracK team than over
beforo. Knch night sprinters, Jump
ers and weight-men arc out In uniform
trying to break records. If work has
anything to do with It these boys
wearing tho "K" will mako things
warm In the Hoys' l-'eld Day meet Tho
girls heio nrc devoting their attention
to hockey and working with tho Inten
tion or meeting the Oahu Collego girls
In a hockey match.
At the High School everything Is
qulel and It looks as though there
would be "nothing doing" In athletics
Micro until bascbnll season opens.
Tho IolanI boys havo gono sockcr
mad and every evening they can bo
teen practicing the English game.
St. Louis at present Is doing noth
ing In the way of sports.
Sulllrnn and llulhul nro making n
hard fight over tho weight question. If
ti.ese two boxers put up as hot n fight
j in mo ring as mey arc over wiu ncigui
tno sporting public win certniniy uo
treated to a rnre exhibition of the man
ly art of Bclf-defcme.
llulhul wants 13b pounds ai j
o'clock or 140 pounds ringside. lie
insltts that he can easily do 133 and
bccs no good reason why he should
give nway any moro weight than nec
essary. 11111 claims that ho Is a puro
light and not a welter weight. Sulli
van, on tho other hand, docs noi see
why ho should do such a light weight
and concedo other points to tho local
lad. Sullivan Is willing to box catch
weights, winner take all. It looks as
though thoso two glovo artists are go
ing to havo a morry battlo of words
licrnm tho nrtlcles aro signed.
Sullivan does not bcllovo In waiting
nml das entered Into a courso of train'
Ing that ho figures will put him In the
best of condition In this climate. Ho
Is a good-appearing chap and has nil
tho marks of a touch customer to han
dle In the ring. Thoso who hao had
thu opportunity of seeing him work
out clnhn that he Is a suro winner.
Ecry golfer who possesses a set of
dubs will drive and put on Sunday
morning In a tournament at Munoa.
The result will determine tho eight
who will be then u free trip to Hule
Iwn to paithlpatc In thu match tliut U
to bo held there on a week follow lug
These trips are becoming cry popular
of late The late (.oiliest played on the
seaside links was highly suuessful and
cveryonu had a delightful time mid arc
ready for another.
Members of the Manoa Club will
struggle desperately for u free passage
with n meal tkket thrown In. The follow-
who Is so successful as to get into
the eight will "swell up" with pride us
being an honored guest of tho hotel
for at least one day.
Piny will begin at tho club at 9:30 n.
in. Tho tight handing In the lowest
scores with handicap will be declared
n n j:
The position which Chairman
. Payne of tho Ways and Means Com
mittee took In regard to Hawaii In the
debate on the Philippine tariff bill In
the House of Representatives on Jau
itiary 4 li shown by tho Congressional
1 Kccord to have been somewhat exag
gerated. Payne In the debate stated
! us follows:
"Now, Mr. Chairman, what will be
' the effect of the passage of this bill re-
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try and turn the tables on the college jj;uffltourndroV,a,!h.VVoCrcet
rounih battle. Tlict-o two teams always
put up a good exhibition of baseball
and tho great day will be anxiously
awaited by tho fans.
In n game played between these same
two teams on New Year's day the Pun
nhous won. This time the H A. Cs wilt
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OANS BEAT SULLIVAN
a pound, upon the sugar Industry of
the Philippine Islands? I do not be
llova It Is going to give them a market
In tho United States. I do not hcllcw
It Is relief enough to help them hern
Joe Cans, the colored lightweight of at lenst, I am very much In doubt
Baltimore, downed tho progressive ca- about it for the tlueo years that this
rccr of Mike "Twin" Sullhan last AMy Is to bo placed upon the sugar,
night. It took the chocolate Just flf-jlt will stimulate tho price In China,
teen rounds to do the trick. Wo hae oxamlncl n good deal Into
Oans has had a varied reiord In tho tle price of sugar In the Philippine
ring and has been mixed with somo Islands under their present methods,
hlinily looking fights. He is rerogulzeitl which, of course, could bo Improved if
as one of the cleverest men In the ring w-o could get the capital to go over
Much of the hlamo for Cans' crooked
work Is laid at the door of his manager,
Al Herford. Oans Is now doing his
own business and claims that hn will
neer ngnln enter Into a crooked light.
In a previous meeting Cans ami Sul
livan fought a draw. It Is claimed that
Sullivan had much the better of the
KENNEL CLUB PROGRESSES
Hach day sees additional names on
the membership list of the Kennel Club
and It now looks as though there is no
tiotiDi out. wnai the projeit will go
through with nylng colors. Will Fisher
states that each day new names are
added to the ItsL
Dog fanciers are beginning to figure
upon the entries that they will mako
In the coming dog show. Honolulu
will be quite up-to-date when tho first
bench show Is om
Following are the names that appear
on the ihurter roll: Ralph A loon.
conn Campbell, T. A. Simpson, w. It,
Lewis, A. II. ilownt, C. 1-
Uatchclor, Thos. Sharp,
Jr., V II. Charlock, C. 1.. Crabbc. C.
Charlock, Will K. Fisher. I). J Stync.l
C. I . Sprlnks, Win. Wolters. II. M.
Whitney, 13. W. Campbell, Fred Whit
ney, Jess Woods, Oeo. I.. DIkpIow, J. I
JI. Dowsett, C. F. I.lttlejohn. J II Cat
ton. John Kelly, A. N. Campbell. II. I).
Olffard, G. P. Wilder, F. It. Damon, (I.
O. Fuller, I). Austin, J. B. Fullcrton,
II. W. Shingle. Junnlta Ilei-ltloy, C. I;.
King, D, Abrams, Albert Waterhouse
Nelson II, Laming, K. It. Ad
Fleming, W. J. White. Theo
C. C l.udlngton. C. W. Macfnrlanc. V
T. Monsarrat. W. FV Wellborn, II. U.
Uares, J. K. Whitney. B. Mclnerny, I).
Llshman. A. B. I.Ioyil, W. J. -Moody, J.
W Harvey. J. Colburn. Chas. Q. Dart-
there; nnd yet with the Imnrovcd
methods In tho Hnwallan Islands, they
do not seem to havo revolutionized tho
cost of sugar. They havo better sugar
lands there than they havo In tho Phil
ippine Islands. They havo had freo
sugar Into the United States for about
thirty years absolutely freo Thov
havo built up an Industry thcro In tho
Hawaiian Islands of 370.000 tons a
ear. They havo tome very rich
lnndfc, They havo some lands there
that hnvo produced the record crop of
the world. I saw some land near Pearl
Harbor and bought by tho (lovern
ment of the United States, but now un
der tho control of tho owncn on a cer
tain leasehold arrangement where
they told me that In one year they
had produced eleven and twelve tons
of sugar per acre. Tho managers of
that plantation say that they do not
think that tho extra amount of sugar
pays ror tno extra expense In cultiva
tion and In fertilizing.'
Mr. McOavln I would Hko to ask
the gentleman from New York what
the reason Is for excluding sugar from
v M.:"r Ti ; absolutely freo list?
iiivuii nan nub iiviv nui'll . luiuim-lll-
fd. I said that the only reason was
for tho sake of revenue. They need
the revenue. There is no other reason
that I know of.
i i no gentleman irom .New York then
touched upon tho amount of revenui
produced by sugar, and continued: "I
romember now- that I was talking
about Haw-all, and freo sugnr there,
and the result, Mr. Hatch, who Is re-
nm. inhn lnln0'1 ,)y ,'"' ''Uslness people of Ha
,)"" wall to look after their Interests In
iiuuniuii,. ..,.,, n,,nflPn,l l.,r.r.. lw, ...
mlttce. He docs not want this bill to
pass, nnd they do not wnnt this bill
to pass. They nre afraid that It will
HERBERT H. D. PEIRCE.
II. II. I). Pclrce, who pronounces his name ns though It were spelled
"Purse" nnd who. It Is snld, may soon become minister to Norwny. Is nsstnt
ant secretary of statu ami hnd charge of the urnuip-im-nts for the Portsmouth
peace conference. Mr. Pelrce Is a liatlxe of Cambridge, Mass., and a eradic
ate of Uurviml uud of the Itoyul Schojl of Mini-, luulou.
Statement Of Assets And Liabilities Of
CLAUS SPRECKELS & CO.,
At The Close Of Business December 31, 1905,
Loans, discounts and over- Capital paid In C00.000.00
drnrts 912.C93.20 Surplus and profitx 79.335.00
Ilonds and stocks 27,000.00 Deposits 759,500.42
Furniture 4,200.00 Due to banks 3.882.00
Other assets 30,170.03
Due from banks 108,882. 46
"I. BDWAItD I. SPAI.DINO, Cashier, do solemnly swear that tho fore
going statement Is truo to the best of my knowledgo nnd belief.
B. I. SPALDING.
Subscribed and sworn to before rrt this 17th day of January. 1906.
HKNIIY C. HAPAI,
Notary Public, Hrst Judicial Circuit, T. II.
Ictt, L, C. King.
Governor Carter last night received
a cablegram from Treasurer Campbell
itntlng that he had uld the J750,noo
bond Issue at 9S'a. Ho did not say
whether tho sale wus nrhate or com-
petlthc. The Governor In return cabled interest In tho United
Theso bonds will bear Interest at 3.C
per cent, the lowest rate obtained so
far on Territorial bonds. If the rate
of sale and the Interest are considered,
tho money for tho bo nils will cost only
3.0C per cent net. An added advantago
jeopardize something In Haw-all If this
bill passes. Still, ho tells about tho
result there. While theso lands that
I havo refened to produce cloven to
twolvo tons per ncro on this ono plan
tation, they are nblo to produco but
from two to threo tons per aero on tha
nven.no land In the Islands. And they
k.iy that on their Investment of JOS.-
Itiuo.ooo In plantations flio last two
,-cnrs, tno return was :.t per ceni. pro-
tit lr. tho wholo Island. Now. If with
American capital and Hawaiian capi
tal. If with tho best machinery In tho
world, If with steam plows and tho
hlghi-st and best methods of ctlltlvn
lion fur prodii' Ing sugnr In thu world,
(his Is the result after thirty years of
tree trade with the United Stntcs. what
In the name of common sense haB any
Slates to fear
from the Philippine Islands?
"Why, Mr. Chairman, 1 visited ono
of the plantations In tho Philippines
and saw a sugar mill. They had car-
nbao power with which to grind the
cane. They bad a carabao at each end
cf , and a boy to drive the carabao,
uhoiit this Issue Is that the bonds may They had a three-roller mill, and they
be issued as tho money Is needed to pay fed tho rollers with ono stalk at n time,
for public works, so that the Territory Now, you expect that theso pob
will not havo to pay Interest for money nle. with tntso crude methods, with-
lying unused In tho treasury. out any understanding of the modern
r ' means of producing sugar, to walk at
The London newspapers always auoto once Into tho Dosltlon of tho Hawaiian
the title In mentioning General Ilonth, Islands, and to bo able to como Into
or tno sanation Army, in a recent your market and sen sugar ai mo ex
paragraph of twenty lines tho Times travagant profit of 2.7 por cent, profit
quoted "General" six times. (Continued on Page 7.)
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ampled excellence, li t J
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Retain MAIN 22.
Wholeiale MAIN 92.
GREAT UMBRELLA SALE I
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THE BULLETIN, T5c pep month
PUNAHOU YS. II. A. C.
Tho baseball fans will be treated to
tho real nrtlclo on Washington's birth
day, when tho old rivals, Punnhou and
II. A. Cs como together for a nine-
Our entire stock cf men's Silk and Gloria Silk Umbrellai will be
closed out at Manufacturer's Cost.
BARGAINS are here aplenty, for surplus stock MUST GO:
MENS GLORIA-SILK UMBRELLAS
REGULAR PRICE. 8ALE PRICE.
28-Inch $1.50, $1.65, J1.75 )5c
28-Inch $2.00 Si. 35
28-Inch $2.25, $2.10 SI ..15
30-Inch $2.00 SI. 35
MENS SILK UMBRELLAS
REGULAR PRICE. SALE PRICE.
28-Inch Silk Umbrellas.. $2.50 SI. 05
28-Inch Silk Umbrellas.. $3.00 S-.IO
28-Inch Silk Umbrellas.. $3.50 S2.25
28-Inch Silk Umbrellai.. $4.00 S2.05
23-Inch Silk Umbrellai. .$4.50 S2.75
28-Inch Silk Umbrellas,. $4.75 S3. 15
28-Inch Silk Umbrellas. .$5.00 S3. 50
28-Inch Silk Umbrellas. .$6.00 S3. (55
ALL UMBRELLAS GUARANTEED IN PERFECT CONDITION.
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16 1200 lb. Mules
AH young and first class
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