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EVENING DULLET1N, HONOLULU, T. it., TUESDAY", KEI1. 1$, 1806.
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NEW SHIPMENT OF
Now On Sale
Beautiful and dainty handiwork from the Orient which be
(peaks the cleverneis and artlstle sense of the makera. It Is ur.
prUIng how much a small amount Invested In these goods will add
beauty and comfort to the home.
GRASS LINEN SQUARES and CENTERS
Fine assortment In various slies, embroidered In dragons, but.
terflles and floral designs.
' GRASS LINEN TABLE COVERS
All handsomely embroidered, with napkins to match, In
squares, round and oblong.
ENBROIDERED GRASS LINEN DOYLIES
7 and 10 Inch In dragon designs.
EMBROIDERED QRA83 LINEN SQUARES.
26x26, 34x34 and 40x40 Inch In various designs..
EMBROIDERED GRA88 LINEN TABLE CENTER8.
27 and 37 Inches In dragon designs.
EMBROIDERED GRA88 LINEN TRAY COVERS and 3CARF8.
QRA88 LINEN by the piece or yard In white and blue.
0RA88 LINEN EMBROIDERY IN8ERTION; very handsome.
NEW PINEAPPLE! 8ILK8. NEW JAPANESE WA8H SILKS.
PONGEE SILKS, In white and natural.
Ned Drawnwork Squares and Centers.
D, Advance Spring styles In
BON. W. CAMERON FORBES
LARGE NUMBER BOARD LINER At
THI8 PORT FOR ORIENT.
SAILED, THIS MORN.
temperature, Ofi'j no rainfall. J. E. vornblo for plant growth, and for gen
Gamallelson. crnl agricultural operations; ptnnta-
I'onahawal' Bananas and garden tlon Irrigation ditches running low;
true!; showing effects of dry weather; mean temperature, 68; rainfall, 0.10
pastures also getting dry, and grazing Inch. 0. D. Hold win.
stock falling off; plowing land and) I'alo. Moderate day temperatures
planting cane; no rainfall. J. E. Oa and cool nights; only .10 Inch of rain
mallelson. thls week, and pastures, except In a
WIo Dry weather continues, with few localities, are becoming rather
worm days and cold nights; no rain- dry) good weather for cano harvest
fall! crops and pastures making very tng. J. J. Jones,
little growth; mean temperature 69. I Makawao Clear, warm days nnd
I.. C. Lyman. cool nights, with light southerly winds
I'apalkou Weather very dry, and neatly all week; planting wheat, bar
crops making very llttlo growth; cart- 'cv corn, beans, peas and potatoes,
Ing cane to Pcpeekco and Walnaku as Parly crops coming along well; In the
our boiling house was burned down on K'lla section of district, fino weather
the 1st; rainfall, .OS Inch. J. T. Molr.
I'opeokeo Dry, cool weather, un
favorable for growth; cutting and
grinding cane; clearing nnd plowing
nuuivTn nun inmur? fields; mean temperature, C9'; rain
UN WAl 1U rlilLllTINfcj fall, .20 Inch. Jas. Webster.
llonomti Dry weather continues,
with bright, sunshiny days and cool
nights; 1906 crop cane ripening rapid
ly, but little growth of vouns cano no-
Itlcealile during past week; clearing week, but too cool for plant life to
and Dlowlnz land, and harvestlne rnne. niako much growth; light, variable
j Wm. I'ullar. i winds; planting rice In all sections,
Of the sixty-four passengers arriving' Hokalaif Weather dry and windy, "moan temperature, 63 ; rainfall. .1
from the Coast on the Mongolia, which with warm days and col.l nights; ln-, "j"' tu,g weck. ,,.,.
... ... .. ... ..-...... ..... ... streams dry ne un nnd Mum ne water 1"lcl. very ury mis wecK, uas
was , en up co ine wacK.cKi wuari u .- .- .- -. . , .- moderately warm and nlgnu cole;
rain much needed to windward as Irri
gation ditches arc 'all very low, ncccssl
tatlng pumping again; harvesting
nil week; clearing lapd for planting;
pastures nnd stock In good condition.
E. H. Ilallcy.
I'uuncno Warms danys and cool
nights, with light, variable winds;
water In Irrigation ditches falling off
slightly, and four pumps now run
ning; good harvesting weather; rain
fall, .12 Inch. J. N. 8. Williams.
Wallukti Clear, steady weatliqr all
S nVlrx-k VMterdnv ev.nlnir. n fair "" """. lui"K ixnu; amp.
number are residents of this city. In "nB' harvest ng. plan Ing and fertllU
addition to those whose passage end- ? can(!' rainfall. .21 Inch. J. M.
ed here, there were fifteen people wuo .""." m ', . .,. cano: clearing and Dlowlne lands:
iiuiiuiiiiiu it rtn. a in wis itiiiiiiiii .ill - - .
stopped over, and who will take a later' , J onohlna-Weck-. total rainfall, .20 "'
vessel for the Orient. The Mongolia inch.-John Patterson. ?n
iook on miny.inree new passengers- -'" i-. -"' "-;..
C8; rainfall, .02
JUST ARRIVED, Advance Spring styles In
These will be on sale beginning Monday Morning, Feb.
N. S. SACHS
Dry Goods Company Ltd.
CORNER FORT AND BERETANIA 8TREET8.
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! CITY MEAT MARKET
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. California Products;
' BUTTER, FRUIT, TURKEYS AND CHICKENS FRESH ON EVERY k
A 8TEAMER. jj
t CHOICE ISLAND BEEF
0 8IRLOIN STEAK AND RIB ROAST, 10c. PER POUND.
$ . ALL KINDS OF VEGETABLES.
S ORDERS DELIVERED PROMPTLY
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from Honolulu to Oriental norts. "ry- w" wnrm "ys co0' nights and ISLAND OF OAI1U,
The trip of the Mongolia from San modermty wind.: haryes.lng cane; rain' MiUB,wll,WMtcr unusually dry
Krancisco was w thout any special . -3 nch. C. McLennan. f .. .. . . , . , nasinros
event. Six Hay. and four hour, were' Laupahpehoe-Northerly swell, with "" 'X,1 " "' W
spent In traveling from the Coast to calms; clear, cold nights and light
this port. The vessel resumed Its west- winds from north; coffee picking not
ward course at 11 o'clock this morn- yet finished; rainfall, .85 Inch. E. W.
Ing. The people who departed on tho Barnard.
Mongolia aro nearly all tourists, who paautto Squalls from tho north
arrived In Honolulu on previous ships gqVe us rain twice this week; cold
nnd nre now continuing their way to mornings with south winds from snow
Japan or China, ( on Mauna Kca, nnd not very warm
Among the passengers who are ,jayg have not Decn conducive to good
bound for the Orient Is Hon.. W. Cam- crop growth; cane' harvesting stilt
cron I-orbcs. a member of the .Thlllp- continues; mean temperature. CO;-
Pine commission, jir. forues n.s neen rai,f.ii .77 inch. C. IL lllacow.
in poor, condition; pruning and cultl
atlng coffee; mean temperature, CD;
ralnlall, .18 Inch. John Herd.
Walmanalo Warm days and very
told nights, with no rain. A. Irvine.
Inlolo Clear, dry weather during
tho past week; vegetable, growing
well during tho warm day.; taro ba.
been planted In many of last year',
rice patches, rice land, have been
plowed and harrowed and somo plant
ing bo's been done. P. L. Webster.
Honolulu Mean temperature, 68';
to the States to attend to onictal bu- . ' "aauhau-Dry calm weather durlne ' . ?",, T, 7 u, ,P, i, D!
In em nmonu which was tho onenlne' au"au .ury calm weainor ilur ng tnnfnll, .01 Inch. Local Office, U. S.
moss, among wmen was mo opening Erctcr part 0f week; cano r pen ng Weather Iliirenu
of bids for railway concessions anu .. ' ,. ... ' , tnn,v ' rtw?,.Der,!i"f!.'.uJ ....-.. ..... ..
construction In the Philippines.
only awards made were for roads on
the Islands of Cebu, Panay and Negros.
No awards were made for roads on
There are eleven routes to be con
structed on Luzon, and n part of these
were hid upon rt a previous time, but
the oilers were not favorable to the
Government. Tho Government will
probably keep on soliciting bids until
satisfactory terms aie offered. Mr.
The :r"J. ".r."., ..Y"r ,",'.-. i -anauio wintii uunng weoK,
, wo, lu.uiBM. ., invii. 11 um. ih Bu try days and very cool n ahts:
Honokaa-Calm weather, with low- mcnn tompcrature,'C5; no rnlnfall.
er temperatures this week; light sou- y, Lohrengel.
meny winus; mean temperature C8-; sisal Weather cold and dry, with
I, ..V '. . I .... ' ,,rBKK- 'westerly winds; sisal In splendid ccn
Nulll Light, shifting winds during dMon; nearly ready for milling. Wm
wvvni i-u" xjiurvtrniiiiK cuniinuc; Wnlnrlch Jr.
There Is really but one way to keep rooms unspotted from tho
A-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 th. death knell of moths, ants
and roaches Is sounded.
To clean home by electric light Is like working In .untight, and
( It I. 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.
Office King St., near Alakca 'Phone Main 390
JkH 0t'f WW9I t H
sammmmmmm mm mm mmmme:
IE Meat Market Removed 3
We are now settled In our New Place of Business, sit -
uated on King 8treet, between Kekaullke and Maunakea -
Streets, where we will be pleased to serve our patron, with ZT,
first-class goods In the MEAT LINE, In a first-class manner "3
and for prices suitable to the times. Tg
G. Q. YEE HOP & GO.
2Z WHOLE8ALE AND RETAIL BUTCHERS, and DEALER8 J
2Z2 IN ALL KIND3 OF MEAT, FRE8H, CORNED OR ZZS
g 80MKED; ALSO FRE8H FRUIT8 and VEGETABLES.
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luiiiiUtili iiilUUiiiUliiU iliili JUUiUiK
rainfall, .04 Inch. V. Meyer.
ISLAND OP KAUAI.
I Makawclt Northerly winds nnd
clear weather during early part of
week, followed b'y stormy westerly
winds; mean temperature, C9; rain-
.05 fall, .17 Inch. Hawaiian Sugnr Co.
I Kleele Weather very even all week
with warm days and cool nights; tho
harvesting nnd grinding of cano goes
on without interruption; no rnln. Me
Dryde Sugar Co.
Koloa Weather dry, with cool
nights; mean temperature, CT;
rainfall, .01 Inch. P. McLane.
I.lhlic Warm day. and cool nights
with southwesterly winds; mean tem
perature, 65; rainfall, .03 Inch. V.
Kealla Light rain during latter
part of week, .which was otherwise,
very dry; cool nights, and variable
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ftiaHll ?M Honblulu. Phone White i i I
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mcnn temperature, OD'j rainfall, .41 Waianne Warm, sunny
incn. HOUl. linn. iwpok. lint nlcht lemnnrnllirp
Kohala Weather dry; warm days, rathcr low; mean temperature,
uui ivuipuruiuruB iuw m uigni: nar-
rorbes has been In the States for two vesting and grinding enne; steam
months, and Is getting nnxious to re. Plowing and planting; mean tempera
turn to his duties In Manila. "". 8S lalnfall, .39 'Inch. W. O.
Judgo Charles II. Smith, one of the Taylor,
highest Judicial officials In Luzon, is Kamucla Fine, wnim days and cool
nlBO a passenger on tho Mongolia. He nights; excellent growing weather:
has been In the States on n vacation, mean temperature. t2'; rnlnfall,
He left .Manila In September nnd Is due Inch. Mrs. E. W. Hay.
back to tho Islands next month. I Kcalakekua Warm days and mod
.Among tho arrivals In Honolulu on cralely cool nights; ralnfnll, .11 Inch,
the Mongolia was J. K. Ilackfeld. Mr. Ilcv. S. H. Dnvl.
Hackfeld, who Is well-known here as Kealakckua Klne growing weath
the head of the firm that bears his cr; heavy seas during first part of
name, camo all tho way from Ocrmnny week; rainfall, .17 Inch. Itobt. Wo-l-ln
twenty days, two days of that time lace.
being spent In stopping off In New Kau Cloudy days tbls week, with
York and San Francisco. It has been little wind nnd considerable tmoke In
eight months since he was In Honolulu, atmosphere; moderate day tempera
and ho does not know how long hi tures, but .nights nre cool; rain ntcd
will remain here before returning tc ed; mean temperature, fir; rainfall,
his homo In Ocrmnny He Is hero to ,oi Inch. F. II. Hayselden.
nttend to business matters. I fcaalehti Warm davs and cold
Dr. L. E. Cofcr. his wife and daugh- nlehis! wrr little wlmlr no in for winds: wenthcri good for harvesting,
ter, returned to Honolulu on the Mon- jwo weeks. G. O. Kinney. I but too cool for young cano to mako
golla. Dr. Cofcr has charge of the) 1'ahala Wnrm days nnd cool much growth; mean temperaturo 07;
U. a Quarantine Station here, which nBhU; 1(.ht. southerly winds; mean rainfall. .27 Inch. W. Jnrvls.
Is being conducted during his njjsenco icniperatuie, di"; rainfall .lit Inch. Kllnuea Tho weather still contln
by Dr. Hobdy. Tho former has been Hi D. Harrison. Ilea dry. with very cold nights; menn
on a visit to tho States with his fnm-l Kupoho Warm daya and cool temporature, GO'; rnlnfall, .2S Inch.
"y- ... . ........ nlehis: aMn,l rain nnulil Ixi heneil- h. 11. llorelko
. Ileardslce. nn arcigtect of tills cln,. mMn tt.mpCrntllrc C9.. rainfall,1 Hnnnlcl Unsettled weather still
.04 Inch. H. J. Lyman. .continues, with nortliwcst winus, ngnt
ISLAND OF MAUI. I showers and cold nights; rlco patches
Hana Clear, cool weather, with almost all planted; lowland pastures
vnrlablo winds, mostly northerly; still suffering from salt air, but up
light shower, on 3d nnd 6th. N. Oin- land pastures in good condition; rain
stod. I fall, 1.40 Inches. D. O. K. Dovcrlll.
Huelo Weather still continues dry A. McC. ASHLEY,
nnd cold: heavy surf: all vegetation. section uirccior,
making very lltttlo growth; stock of
all kinds In fair condition; mcan.tem
nernturn. EG! rainfall. .03 Inch. W.
v. l'ncup. If your friend has suddenly faded
Haiku Temperatures rathcr low away, tho chances uro that no naa
both dny and night, but dry, sunny 'dropped In at the Criterion for a miio
layi. with light winds, have been fa- icfreslimcnt.
city, also returned from a trip to tho
Coast, as did nlso A. N. Campbell, ot
the Henry Wnterhouse Trust Company.
Other Honolulu people who nrrlved
on the Mongolia aro Colonel and Mrs.
(leorgo De ! Vergno, and Mr. nnd
Mrs. James I'. Wilder and their children,
FOR li SEASON :
A Dead Swell
1906 EXCLU8IVE 8UITINGS
$20 to 30 per Suit
Geo. A. Martin
For tho Week Ending February 10, 'OG.
Local Ottlco, U. 8. Weather Bureau
Honolulu. T. !!.. Fcbrunry 12, 190B
During the past week, unusually dry
weather for this season of the year hnn
prevailed in practically all sections ot
tho .group. The day. hae been mod
erately warm and sunny, but very Ion
night temperatures have continued
Shortage of water for the Hunting
of cane Is complained of in the Illlo
district ot Hawaii, but ulth this ex
ception the settled weather conditions
have been most favorable for the ripen
ing of l'JOtl cano and for the harvesting
operations which are proceeding rap-
Idly In ull sections, ,()n account or tuc
low temperatures, joting cane has made
very little growtn nnd is in need ot
rnln In portions of 'wlmlwnrd nnd
southern IIhauII. In central Maul, tho
supply of mountain water for Irriga
tion purposes Is quite low, necessitat
ing tho operation of most of the pumps
Winter pineapples havo ripened rap
idly1 during the pntrl week, nnd young
plncnpplo plants aru In good condition,
Tho work of setting out rlco sprout
for the first crop ot 1000 Is progressing
rapidly and will coon bo completed.
Coff co trees nre lu good condition, l'as
Hires aro deteriorating In many sec
tlons on account of the continued dry
weather. Sisal in leeward Oahu Is In
fine condition, und nlllng operations
will soon begin. Wheat, barley .corn,
beans, peas und potatoes aro being
planted In central Maul. The summit
of Mauna Kea In Hawaii Is still covered
REMARKS BY CORRESPONDENTS,
ISLAND OF HAWAII.
Knumana Water supply for cano
Hunting getting short; cane for crop of j
1907 nnd vegetables suffering for want
of rain, nnd sldo hill pastures dry; ,
(tripping and harvesting cano; mean
There are Imitations, But
Ours is the only GENUINE
Wo Havo nil Other Flavors AImo
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