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K' ENlNd DULLETIN HONOLULU T. I!., THURSDAY, rT.D. 8, 1D0G.
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We Have News Of
FIRST TOUCB OF SPRING IN THE
NEW DRESS GOODS NOW
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The new goods are charming. Dalntlsr and prettier patterns
than any previous 8eason hit brought forth and every one abso
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I EMBROIDERED VOILES
Extra line quality In white, cream, ehampaane, grey, navy and
g the new green at ...S3i YD.
A NEW LINE OF
k FRENCH OROAINDIES
Exclusive deilgne, at .) 30i YD.
3 for kimonos, drapery, etc. Elegant designs, full yard wide, at....
to ! 2W YD.
A new waah material. 'Looks like tllk, will wear better than
I llk. New designs, at ; 20J YD.
' ANOTHER NEW WA8H MATERIAL.
' RAYE TRANSPARENT
J Corded effect very pretty dsslgns, 6 ydt. for $1.00
k STILL ANOTHER NEW WA8H MATERIAL,
B Very aheer, handsome dsslgns and coloring at 30TYD.
alio new, In pretty colorings, at . 20t YD.
m A SAMPLE LINE OF ELEGANT WHITE EMBROIDERED
L WASH 8KIRTS, ONLY A FEW, AND NO TWO ALIKE.
t N. 3. SACHS
t Dry Goods Company Ltd.
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Details Aranged For
Future Of Big
UAYE ALREADY ENTERED
ESTABLISHMENT OF CURBS ON"
8TREET8 IS TO BE ENCOUR.
AGED BY PROMOTION
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CHOICE ISLAND BEEF
SIRLOIN 8TEAk'aND RIB ROAST, 10c. PER POUND.
ALL KINDS OF VEGETABLES.
ORDERS DELIVERED PROMPTLY
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1906 EXCLU8IVE 8UITIN08
$20 to 30 per, Suit
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AinonR the Armis matters that Cnm
beforo tho HixftWl l'romollon, Commit,
tee at Its regular meeting jestpnlny aV
ternoon were additional illalln con
cernliiB the parade (or Tebruary 22,
the matter of aaklng permission of the
'ark Commission for establishing golt
links In the l'ark, the appointment ol
K. C, Smith as n committer ot onu to
confer w 1th tho Yacht Club concerning
the trans-Paclflc race, the encouidgu
ment of curbs for the streets, the prom
Ised reduction of hack fares by lhery
stables, and several things of a minor
A. Hartley, who was unable to bo
present, wroto a letter to the Commit'
tec stating that In addition to himself,
the committee on floral pnrado con'
elss of the following: Arthur M.
Urown, Krank Andrade. A. A. Young
. V Judd and 0. P. Wilder.
Autos for Children.
Miss Florcnco Lawrence askeu tlie
Commlttco If It could provide flvp auto
mobiles for the children of tho Free
Kindergarten. There are fho nation
alltlcs represented In tho kindergarten,
and she thought It would be well to
have cafh race dressed In Its owii pe
culiar costume and to ride In'a separate
automobile. Tho members of the com
mittee promised her they could pro
cure two automobiles for her, and
would do what they could to obtain tht
Others. Thirty automobiles lime al
ready been entered for the parade. In
formation had been 'asked from the
secretary ot the committee It trade
floats would bo permitted in tho pa
rndo, but the committee decided they
would detract from the novelty otjlhc
occasion, nud declined to admit them.
Ball at Hotel.
It. Itewa camo before th'o Committee
to explain his previous offer by letter
of allowing tho uso ot the Hawaiian
hotel for a ball on tho evening ot Feb
ruary 22. The committee accepted tin
ofTer and expressed its sincere appre
elation for tho offer thus made. It wus
decided that the ball should be ot an
Informal naturo, for it was suggested
thAt an affair of another 'kind would
not bo well attended after the tiresome
events of the day. Tho entertainment
will bo placed in the care of a sub-corn
mlttee. as will also be the question ot
having the automobiles assemble at the
Hawaiian Hotel, as had been suggested
Travels of the Band.
The action ot the Hoard ot Supervis
ors In permitting the band to make a
tour of the continent next summer war
endorsed by the Committee, which,
from tho view that such a trip would
advertlte tho Territory, is anxious to
aid tho project. There will be a meet
lng o the ChambSr ot Commerce next
Wednesday, and tho matter will come
up before that organization also, It was
J. C. Cohen, who Js to conduct the
band through the country and bo its
manager in a general way, was present
to tell of hla plans. According to his
desires the band will go from San
Francisco north through Portland and
Seattle. Then it will go by way ot the
northern roulo to Milwaukee. Chicago
Duffalo and New York. Jt will then
follow down the Atlantic Coast to the
Southern States, and return to the fa
ciflc Coast by tho Southern route
Mr. Cohen explained that "a presi
ncent was needed by the band, to act
also as a sort of advanco agent ana I
turnUn to tne. press eyery where Infor
mation concerning tne uanu ami me
country from which It will come. A
man who could fill such a position prop
erly, he said, would demand a salary
of J100 a week, and if the Committee
would stand half of this expense, he
believed the earnings ot the band couM
make for the remainder. The members
ot the Committee explained to him that
It could not afford to contract any
more financial obligations, and while It
was willing to give Its moral support to
tho trip of the hamUltxould do nothing
more. Mr. Coh'en Bald he would try to
provide the needed agent ror the band
Atherton for Lecturer,
F. U. Atherton vv anted tho Commit'
tee tu aid In getting a lecturer to come
to the Islands to provide himself with
stereoptlcon vlevvs'of tho scenery hero
whlth ho would exhibit In his travels
Tho letturor Is Dr. Sperry, who doe
nothing iclso than travel and present
Illustrated lectures. He Is a man o1
education, and It ho comes here ho will
give some public lectures to make UP
for tho expense ot his trip. What Mr.
Atherton wanted was to have, the Com
mlt(ee guarantee Dr. Sperry that the
money he will need for his excnses
and which he might fall to earn by lec
tures hero, would bo paid by tho Com
mittee. The Committed explained,
however, that There was no money on
hand that could bo used for that put
pose, but it would endeavor to provide
for Dr. Sperry a trip to tho other is
lands and would lend him Its moral aid
v title, he Is here,
A. Young has guaranteed tlint-lf the
golf links are established In the park,
ho will see that money Is provided for
that purposo, and as a result ot this the
"Committee decided to ask tho Park
Commission to permit tho links to be
put in place,
A communication was read from J
F. Sopcr, secretary of tho Myrtle Iloat
Club, that be would bring the attention
of tho Club at its next meeting to the
proposed water carnival to bo held im
mediately after the Trans-Paclflc )ach;
To assist mo noaru oi supemeors
In establishing curbs on the various
streets of the city, It was decided to
have Secretary H. P. Wood address let
ters to the various improvement clubs
asking for endorsement of the plan
In a letter from umma M, Nakulnu,
addressed to A. adrtley, she offered tc
dell two pieces of land for the proposed
Japanese village and n Havxallat, vil
lage. One of these is at the lioacl or
(lullrk street, consisting of about five
acres and valued by her at $5000. The
other Is directly1 across the stream
from the former and for this she wants
12000 more. Thero are about twelve
acres In this. Her letter was placed
V. C. Smith, general passenger agent
of the Oahu Hallway & Land Co, stated
to the committee that since the present
influx of tourists had begun, the travel
on the railroad had Increased wonder
fully. The tourists are flocking to the
'country to sco the plantations and the
proem. of manufacturing sugar.
It was announced that a rate war
had begun between tho rival livery
stables, and that sonic of them were
preparing to cut tho fare to tho Pall
and to Tantalus down to one half Its
In a letter from Abraham Kautuko'u
it was suggested that a good way to ad
vertise these Islands would be to send
Hawaiian hoys to various schools on
the continent, where they wohhl arouse
an Interett among the people.
When you remember the fact
that the Bitters has been curing
sickly peoplo for over BO years
jou ought not hcsltato nny longer
In giving It a fair trial. For cur
lng aeneral Debility, Impure
Blood, Headache, Indigestion, Dys
pepsia, Cottlveness, or , Malaria,
Fever -and Ague it Is unrtrallcd,
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There is really but one way to keep rooms unspotted from the
orld, to make every dusky dusty corner wholesome, 'fresh and at
tractive; and that Is to do all cleaning In the shadowy places by elec
With electric bulbs In badly lighted halls and Inner rooms, no ml
:roby particle of dust can escape, and the death knell of moths, ants
and roaches Is sounded.
To clean home by electric light Is like working In sunlight, and
It Is no greater drain on the oxygen of the room than a sunbeam Is.
And a bright light lessens the work of cleaning.
Hawaiian Electric Co,, Ltd.
I Office King St., near Alakca
'Phone Main 390 1
ON ROAD WORK
Some of tho catch-phrases submitted
to the Promotion Commlttco contest
are as follows:
Seek Sunny Hawaii. Seek Sunny
Honolulu. Hawaii the Ueauty Spot ot
America. Honolulu or tho Ueauty Spot
or Hawaii Hawaii, the Paradise of
Amcrlra. Hawaii, Pearl of tho Pacific.
Hawaii, Summerland or America.
Six days to Summerland, Summerland
and summer seas, sunny skies and das
of easo: Hawaii. Tempered Tropics.
Midway between Hartb and Paradise.
Midway twlxt Earth and Paradise.
It's pleasant today In Hawaii. Ha
waii delightful; Morning, Noon and
Night. Sco Hawaii, promote Health
and HapplncsB. Hawaii: Health and
Happiness. Healthful Hawaii. Ha
waii, Once Known. Never Forgotten.
Sec Hawaii, It's worth while. Hawaii:
Perenlally Pleasant Hawaii, where
Honolulu lload Supervisor Bam
Johnson reports as follows for Janu
ary on road work:
Work Completed During Month of
January, 1906. Macadamized: Wilder
avenue. Garden lano; macadamized
and widened: Maeraao lane; filling,
grading and macadamizing: Alaijal
street; coral top dressing: Cunha
lano; concrete top for bridge: Walklkl
road near Malice Islana; hnd a num
ber ot other light repairs, such ns
patching, cleaning, sweeping, etc.,
mentioned In tho monthly report.
Work Under Construction and To
Do Carried on During Month of Feb
ruary, 1900. Macadamizing: Klvor
street, Punahou street; scarifying. Ail
ing, macadamizing anu uillngi Ucro
tanla street; grading, filling and top
dressing: Foundry street: grading, top
Nature strives ,p plea, e -Hawaii, ever,, '- a oil n: Walklkl" roadV
Pleasing. nur0ffennK.-lionoliilu' radln " aiaae6 r0nd: erection:
lorcveri Hawaii, tne lourms Jicav Soul, rtcL i)Unkcr,; macadamizing
iV"-!01' K l, T T' mC ",n.no """I concrete storm drain: Wyllo
ltilTi. The wonderland ot Hawaii. I.,..-, ifmhnmnlif1 it), road. Pllkol
Europe Is stale, come to Hawaii. If
jou can't go to Paradise, Come to Ha
waii. Watch them como to Hawaii.
Keep jour eje on Hawaii. Where shall
wo go! Hawaii! Who said Hawaii?
Look what's doing In Hawaii. Itcmcm
bcr the Kami Hawaii. Hawaii foi
Health, To Hawaii for cllmato every
time. It's alwas springtime In Ha
wall. Hawaii first, heaven next-
street, lleretanla street, Hackfcld
street; construction: various sizes
conctcto pipe; concrcto top for brldgo:
Walklkl road near Monna Hotel; and
a number of repairs In tho outsldo dis
tricts of Moanalua, Manoa, Nuuanu,
Tantalus, Palolo, Wnlnlac, such as
cleanlnc. natchlng. Kradlnc. etc.
Tho aunrrlcs which are In operation
at the present time to supply macadam
Undo Bain's Llttlo Hcntcn. or. U. 8.',(0r tno BU0Ve montloned work, aro:
Little Heaven. Hawaii, the Udcn ol
America without snakes. Hawaii, tht
tnakcless Eden of America. Hawaii,
(Sweet) land of dreams. Imperial Ha
waii Rainbow land. The Hub ot tlie
Pacific. tslts of Health and Ilappl
ncss. The Pearl of the Pacific. Today
Hawaii, tomorrow Paradise. The
Gateway to the Orient. The summer-
less and wlntcrlcss Isles ot the Sea.
Kaluapalcna, Kallhl, Alewa, Mnklki,
and Mollllll quarries.
Estimated Expense. Tho concrcto
top for tho brldgo on the Walklkl
road, near Makce Island, is ncarlng
completion, but thero la another con
crcto brldgo to be constructed on the
Walklkl road, near the Moana Hotel,
and as the amount appropriated from
tho Koad Tax Fund for carrying on
SWEET AS THE
Crystal Springs Butter
Is guaranteed absolutely pure and Is always uniform In quality. De
livered In neat cardboard cartons, which keep It from contact with
other articles In the Ice-chest.
Metropolitan Meat Co., Ltd.
Telephone Main 45
PACIFIC TRANSFER CO.
WILL CALL FOR YOUR BAGGAGE
We pack, haul and ship your
, goods and lave you money.
Dealeri In STOVE WOOD, COAL and KINDLINGS.
Storage in Brick Warehouse. J 26 King: St. Phone Main 58
aamm rommrom mm mm mmmmg
ii Meat Market Removed 3
Lava tipped, palm-fringed gems of the tho work on tho Walklkl road Is about
Ocean. Hawaii, tho Wonderland or exhausted, I would ask that the sum
Amcrlra, Heaven and Hawaii, whlls of 2500 be added to tho gcnoral appro-
wc live It's Hawaii. ' prlatlon of 117,500, making a total ot
t 1 120,000, so that tho work on the Wni-
KEEN REPORT8. ;klkl and Walalao roads bo carrlod on
' I during the month of February, 1800.
Plumbing Inspector Keen submitted Out ot thr total appropriation of
the following report ot tho work ot his S20.000. $7,000 will be expended for
office to the Hoard of Health esterday. bills, and tho balance, 113,000, for the
Plans ot plumbing accepted and per
mits Issued for same, 32; separate
pieces of plumulng. finished and ac
cepted. 30! number of fixtures in above,
Houses connected to sewers, 31. ,
Uuildlng permits fifed and accepted.
Inspections as follows: Sower con
nectlons, 10; nuisances Investigated, 8;
building sites examined, 4; building
unuer construction, examined. It; re
pairs ot buildings, 20; plnmblng, 150;
total Inspections, 210. One day at Wa
Tho Weekly Edition of tho Evening
Ilalletln gives a complete summary of
the news of tho day. For SI "
regular and labor pay rolls.
BAND AT HAWAIIAN HOTEL.
The Hawaiian band will give a pub
lie moonlight concert this evening fit
7:30 at tho Hawaiian hotel, as follows!
March "Tho Diplomat" Sousa
Overture "Semlramlde" ..... Rosslul
Ballad "The Turtle Dove",Stromber6
Selection "La Travlata." Verd
Vocal Hawaiian 8ongs..Ar. by Dergcr
Mrs. N. Alapal.
Selection "The Sho-Qun" .... Ludera
Waltz "1001 Nights" StrauBS
rinale "Popples" Mor
"The 8tar Spangled Banner.'
We are now settled in our New Place of Business, sit
uated on King Street, between Kekaullke and Maunakea -
Streets, where we will be pleased to serve our patrons wlth-
first-class goods Inthe MEAT LINE, In a first-class manner
and for prices suitable totho times. - j
WHOLESALE. AND RETAIL BUTCHER8, and DEALERS ZZ2
IN ALL KIND8 OF MEAT, FRESH, CORNED OR 13
80MKEDJ ALSO FRESH FRUITS and VEQETABLE8.
TELEPHONE MAIN 251.
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GREAT CLEARING SALE
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
fi FORT 8TREET.
A shipment of Young Large Mules
All Trustworthy Animals for sale at
Low Figure by the
Sclumian Carriage Co.
Free Home Comforts
Quests have not only nicely furnished 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 AND BERETANIA 8TREET8.
t SELECT WITH CARE YOUR ARCHITECT $
it means much to you. The home you build expresses your per-
" tonality. "Through Its halls runs the story of your life." Your
home snould Be a creon 10 you, spina yaur montjr wuciy, i cn ncp -
you make every dollar count:
W. MATLOCK CAMPBELL
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