Newspaper Page Text
F"j.r- j .y'jiLty
EVBNINO nUUXTIN, HONOLUI.U, T.
II., TUnSDAY, JAN. 30, 190H.
pySACH3 -G3W SACHB-qprjj gsjpSACHS -JJMSJsF SACHS-C
WILL THE RUSSIAN GULLIVER SEVER THE BONDS?
T.JT ' .
At last we can offeryou a TAFFETA UNDERSKIRT that
SPLIT OR CRACK
Guaranteed silk petticoats are-absolutely warranted against
pllttlng or cracking and the following positive and binding
agreement to this effect i attached to each garment:
If, through any defect, the (Ilk of thli garment thould split
or crack within Three Monthi from date of purchaie, we agree
to replace It with a new petticoat.
We have them In black and leading colon
AT S0.50 S8.50 A S12 EACH
I iff&A"il iawrri'' ,' .
TZ VLn tf .f- . Ii """asl- mi ' ifii if ,
Z5 J(l rir y"ASM
it w ,
Asuorontcc llckct -with every Jiair
LOOK SP ""a""' ""'",.
IN THE oA BUSY 8 P O T
In our tore It our glove counter, and J
there It a reason for It: We tell tho
KAY8ER PATENT I
THE KINDTrWDOHT WEAR OUT'
at th llnqtr end . Jf you find
the nam tyQiyuif you hovo
tlic ocnulno. tiiiQUCjHonobly
Jha bt ltk glow ever rnnd.
In each pair It a Ouarantee Ticket that It good for a new
pair Free If the "tlpt" wear out before the glovet. We have
them In white, black and colort
AT 05d 756 SI A PAIR
N, 3. SACHS
Dry Goods Company Ltd.
Lunnt.ii runt mhu ucnciAniM oinctm.
r5 'y-Mcl ,?Xlfee,SaL
UDdE UIIIFS DEATH
OF LAST HOURS AND BURIAL
HAD EVERY ATTENTION AND WAS
DURIED WITH HIGH MA80NIC
H0N0R8 DEATH NOT
TELEPHONE MAIN 78
TELEPHONE, YOUR WANT8 TO THE 0 tt
U11Y ML A I 1V1AHM11
California Products; j
DUTTER, FRUIT, TURKEY8 AND CHICKENS FRESH ON EVERY A
CHOICE ISLAND BEEF i
SIRLOIN STEAK AND RID ROA8T, 10c. PER POUND. 6
ALL KIND8 OF VEGETABLES. ft
ORDERS DELIVERED PROMPTLY $
TELEPHONE MAIN 78 K
jfT I BASE A I
I Wg QUALITY I
nij it's Til i
1H fjlfl fi .x7Tk jtve Mf'J RH
I mm. - a
W-P I RAINIER BOTTLING WORKS
1 4mK I Honolulu. Phone White 1331
1906 EXCLUSIVE SUITINGS
$20 to 30 per Suit
Geo. A. Martin
The followlns It from a private let
ter Riving tho details of tho Illness nnd
death of tho Into Judgo Gilbert K, Lit
tle at Panama:
On Nov. 7, ho (Judgo Little) found
himself sick, seriously though not
alarmingly, nnd went to tho hospital
In Ancon, Just outside the city of Pa
nama, In the Canal Zone, In charge of
our countrymen. There ho had every
thing dono for him that was possible.
Tho Ancon Hospital Is ono of the
greatest and best In tho world. Ho
wng placed In private quarters, not In
a wnrd with other patients, and was
ns well situated as could be. Ameri
can pnysicians ana trained nurses
with competent attendants did their
best for him, with nothing lacking that
science nnd art could sunnlv. Ills In-
tlmato friends wcro allowed to see him
as his strength pormlttcd. not only In
tho days nnd hours to which visitors
nro limited generally, tut nt nil times,
nd tclcphono communications kept
them nwnro of his condition and ready
io meet ms wisncs. Wo hoped for his
recovery till near tho last, when his
falling strength and changing symp
toms showed that tho disease had ex
hausted his reserve forco, and recov
ery seemed hopeless. Ho was uncon
scious a good doal of tho time, and
moro and moro to tho last. In his lu
cid moments ho recognized friends
and gave responses showing apprecia
tion of kindnesses. Ho sank to final
rost tho morning of Dec. 4 at 4:20
Ills sickness was a combination of
ailments of tho liver and kidneys,
against which his vital forco mado a
Tho funeral took placo Dec. E at 8:30
o. m., In tho American Protestant Cha
pel. Ancon, with an unusually largo
gathering of our countrymen, Includ
Ing flovcrnor Magoon nnd other offf
rials of tbo Canal Zone, Mr. Snnds our
Secretary of Legation, Mr. Shnnhlln
our Consul General, and men eminent
In tho business public of Panama. Tho
religious service was conducted by ms
as Hospital Chaplain. Among tho
hymns sung was "Lead, Kindly Light"
a lavorlto hymn with tho deceased.
Tho coffin was of beautiful polished
hard wood, with glass over tbo face, so
that wo all took a farewell look before
It was finally closed. Masses of flow
ers and tropical colored follngo adorn
'ed tho bier and coffin.
Tho Interment took placo In Ancon
Cemetery, with Masonic honors. Tho
pallbearers wero ml of tho rank of
Knight Templar. Tho ceremony was
conducted by Dro. Mitchell, as Presi
dent of tho Sojourners' Club, assisted
by mo as Chaplain of tho Club, with a
largo clrclo of Masons around tho
gravo participating In tho solemn ser
vice. At Its conclusion we marched
away feeling that a pillar was gono
from our fraternal organization nnd
from tho American community on this
I trust you will feel that everything
was dono which friendship nnd respect
could suggest, nnd I recommend to you
tho comfort of Divine cousolntlon in
TIIOS. D. WOOD,
i o i
EARTHQUAKE IT uU
"Talk about your nueer sonsatlons,"
said an old sea-dog this morning, "you
should bo nt sea when tnoro is nn
rarthquako going on below. Kvcryonu
feels sort of queer and exciirn wneu
tho tremble Is felt on land, hut tho Ben
ration when on a vessel on the ocean
is actually nnir-raising io uuu um "-!(,',
customed io ii. uno uuiu "'
that a ship nt sea would not ho dis
turbed by enrthqualies, but I tell ou
Rho Is. Wcro you ever on a ship when
she went on tho rocks rocks? Thorn
Is a certain shock, followed by grind-
lug nnd cracking, n feeling that cnnnot
ho described. When n ship encounters
In tho selection of a medicine to
euro you of Btomach, Liver or Bow
el disorders, the Bitters should be
your first choleo. Past experience
has proven Its value In cases of
HEADACHE, POOR APPETITE,
INDIGESTION, DYSPEP8IA, C08-
TIVENE88, GENERAL DEBILITY
AND MALARIA, FEVER AND
Try a bottle. All druggists.
A tight house makes a light heart.
The steady light Is the study light the Electric Light.
Did you ever think of electricity as the great universal fluid that
radiates from the heart of nature to make the world brighter?
We all wish to be looked at In the best light. The best light to
be looked at, or to look at other folks In, Is Electric Light.
A lightning bug Is pretty In the landscape, but It isn't much good
to travel by. If you want your shops popular, make your streets
bright with electric lights.
Electric Lights, like the fairies of the old German legends, will do
much hard housework for you, If you treat them well.
Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd
Office King St., near Alakea 'Phone Main 390 T
CUBANS m IN
RAW SUGAR MARKET IS
INFLUENCED BY WEATHER
GREAT DESTRUCTION AND
ROTTING OF GOOD BEEF
MANY YOUNG STEERS FALL VIC
TIMS TO ROPE AND KNIFE.
A 8TRANGE RANCH
Tho Hawaiian cowboy has ample op
portunity to prove his prowess with
tho lass In capturing cattle, wild and
otherwise, on tho mountain slopes of
Hawaii, but only once In a lifetime can
he enjoy such a carnival as took placo
on the big Parker ranch the early pnrt
of this month. Receiver Conant of the
Parker ranch assembled his best ropo
men on tho Walmca plains Thursday,
January 3, primarily for the purpose
of killing off a number of old steers
whoie lack of teeth denied them tho
ability to pick up a living on the
drought-devastated pastures that nu
now causing tho death of so many
cattle on Hawaii.
The slaughter began by old steers
being selected for tho killing and Wth
the word "go" tho cowboys were loosed
on tho herd, each one eager to make
best time In reducing his quarry to
beef. In tho excitement many joung
Btcers fell ktlms to rope and knife
and when tho work of destruction was
called off one hundred and nlncty-foui
carcasses of what had but a short tlmn
before been noble monanhs of the
plain, lay lifeless on the ground. Thi
bodies, denuded of their hides, were
In groups of from two or three to over
fifty nnd stretched nil tho way from
Walmca to Mnna, glistening In tho sun
like millions of diamonds. In many
ways It as a wanton destruction and
FAVORING CONDITIONS START
MORE CENTRAL8 BUT LOWER
THE PRICE OF 8UGAR.
Wlllctt & Gray's sugar trado Journal
tor January 11 says of tho raw sugar
Vlslblo Supply. Total stock of
Europe nnd America, 3,47C,9C5 tons,
against 2,7C0,0G3 tons last year at the
same unccn dates. Tho Increase of
stock is 710,902 tons, agnlnst an In
crease of RSI, OUT tons last week. Total
stocks and nlloats together, show a vls
lblo supply of 3,531,VC5, against 2.SIU,
063 tons Inst year, or an Increase of
HAWS. The week under review has
been still Influenced by tho unfaorablo
rainy weather In Cuba, which has cur
tailed receipts and caused an Improve
ment In prices of jc. per pound to 3c.
per pound for 9G test centrifugals, at
which the remaining stock of Javas In
store hero was sold.
At the close, with better ucathcr re
ports from the Island; n rather easier
tone Is noted, with large sales at 2 5-lCc,
c. and f., 90 teBt for January-Kobruary
shipment, equal to 3.nc duty paid.
Purchases during tho week wero re
ported locally In Cuba as high as 2.3Gc
c. and f for 90 test, such being forced,
no doubt, to fill contracts previously
made for January shipment.
With drier weather now reported, a
larger number of centrals will be tit
work and the shortness of Cuban suit
piles will Boon be broken, without ne
cessity for further advance In quota
tions, but rather with a tendency to
easier prices as supplies Increase.
Non-prllleged sugars from Son Do
mingo have been sold to Philadelphia,
We have just received new supplies of
"Ushers 0. V. G." Scotch Whiskey
BUCHANANS "BLACK AND WHITE"
Wt G Peacock & Co., Ltd,
There are Imitations, But
Ours is the only GENUINE
Wo Hovo till Other Flavors Aluo
Consolidated Soda Water Works, Ltd.
TELEPHONE MAIN 7 J
c frightful wnilo of beef. No effort wnui for Pcbruary shipment, nt 2c. c. and f,
r A tin 4 A Mt 1pm felA 4il AM MH.I ' JA AA . S 1- M lrf Af...-li
mado to make use of tho meat and
enough beef lay rotting on the ground
to feed a whole army. One Japancso
butcher who appeared on the scene
fccveral days after tho slaughter gazed
regretfully at tho decalng carcasses.
Ho would gladly lmo given at least
ten dollars for each steer, allowing the
ranch to tctatn the hide.
Now the traveler between Walmca
nnd Mnna Is obliged to make n long
circuit from tho regular road or else
(3.09c. landed) for 91 test centrifugals
and lVSc. c. and f. (2.31c. landed) for
89 test molasses sugars.
Ileccnt sales to Canadn aro reported,
of 2.000 Inns Demnrnrn centrifugals at
2 I 32c-. US test, c. and f , to Now York
European markets continue steady at
Ss. 2'jd. to St. 3d.. closing at Ss. 3d
for prompt and Ss. 7'd. f. o. b. Ham
burg for August beet. An advance of
lV4d. during the week was duo to tho
presumption that American refiners
endure tho poisonous and almost un-j would lie obliged to draw on Europe for
hcard-of stench from neurly two hun. supplies of beet sugar, but. In tho ah
drcd decaliig cattle. scjico of such sales, part of the Improve-
' ment was lost, and bids of 8s. 0 d. c. nnd
Tho BU8INE88 MAN'S HANDY IN- t. to New York nro now being solicit
DEX, published In tho Saturday Dulle. ed, being tho parity of 3 11-lCc. for ccn
tin and the Weekly Edition, gives a'trlfugals.
concise and complete resume of all le-l Our special cablo advices from Ha
as! notices, calls for tenders, luda-' ta In report no exports last month from
ments, building permits and real es- Java for Europe or America and only
tate transactions. Evening Bulletin, 25,000 tons shipped elsewhere.
75cJ Per month.
81 P" y"r-
Tho Weekly Kdltlon of tho Evening
Bulletin gives a completo summary of
tho np"- of tho day. For SI var.
I 8. As we go to press, a sale Is re
ported of Cuban centrlfugafs for
prompt shipment at 2 C-lGc. c. and f.
the Bulletin office.
cards on sale at
a work of International Importance, Justin McCarthy, M. P., Editor In Chief
Maurice F. Egan, L.L.D., Lady Gregory, James Jeffrey Roche, L.L.D., Asto..
date Editors; Charles Welsh, Managing Editor.
Among tho array of Authors we find Antiquarians, Celtic writers, folk
lorlsts, historians, humorists, wits, orators, poets, scientists, travelers and
10 Volumes beautifully bound In 3-4 Persian (sea green) Morocco, typs
and paper are of excellent quality; Illustrations numerous and beautiful.
Regular price, $45; OUR PRICE, S33.75, terms, $3 on delivery of en
tire set, and $3 per month.
Call and examine books or write for 8ample Pages.
Wm. C Lyon Co., Ltd.
COR. HOTEL AND FORT STREETS UPSTAIR8.
Waukesha's ORIGINAL Mineral Water
A New Man In Every Bottle.
FOR 8ALD BVEHYWIIERn-
Vv .vr VS.? Vv? yv i.v' WV Crf-?" Vrf VA? VS. WTAA?iOS
! GREAT CLEARING SALE I
Laces and Embroideries
Thursday, February 1.
One of the Greatest Bargain Events will
We shall offer thousands of yards of Embroideries and Laces of
every description at about half regular prices.
If you want to have first chance to select best patterns BE
EARLY, for many will be attracted by the uncommon character of the
Free Home Comforts
Quests Have not only nicely furnlthed'rooms, but every other conveni
ence of the modern home Is afforded them here, such as electric lights,
reception room, telephone, etc. Rental rates are very low.
The Majestic Hotel
CORNER FORT ANO DERETANIA 8TREET8.
J. LAN DO
PACIFIC IMPORT CO.
. i ilA i . . .. -.. .--. a . -jvia-Jv.v-r.vuvyA
nn cnrtlimmKo sue son oi quivers Uiun jyfifsw i?irv-vvv'--''. -vi-vtv'w vv-i-v
thns,. nlioaril liavo tno snmu bvubiiiiuu
os when a vessel Is going aground."
I02r FORT ST.. I. O. O. F. Pldg. A .151 HOTEL 8T.. opposite YOUNO Hotel.
VVHoIewiile & Retail Liquor Dealer,
D a 8tock of Japanese and America Liquor, "'anzat Saloon In connection.
IWILEI AND KNQ STRtrS.
JQ8TOFFICE POX 861 TELEPHONE MAIN ML.
PUILDINO and PAINTINQ CONTRACTORS. House furniture of all
kinds repaired and varnished. Yard and lawn work a specialty. Tools fur.
nlshed. Cooks, Yardboys and Day L borers supplied on short notice.
Office, GREEN HOUSE, 8. King nr. Walkikl road. Tel, White 2401.
The Bulletin, 75cts per moatb
.. - ',
i ttiw-iisfffl t iffit s.f fsiwismli jioWttMsfiiiti J V wlffif i0&w$ix$
z&sM&ti,' 'i ', ,:
i - - Jri A o Aj '&' ' t ' ' "i 'jssHsVJ'