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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H.. THUftSDAY, FEB. 22, 1906.
v AND LACE WAISTS
In long and short sleeves. Fine, stylish and very reasonably pric
ed. (See Deretanla Street window.)
NEW VOILE SKIRTS
With and without drop skirt, no two alike, very stylish;
FROM .' S7.50 UPWARDS
Handsome. White Silk Suits
made of wash and Taffeta silks, very stylish.
Spring Styles Of Ladies Covert Coats
Just a sample line, very nobby and stylish.
Latest Novelties In
Chiffon Scarfs And Veils
In the new painted and embroidered effects.
NEW POINT DE 8PRIT VEILS AND CHANTILLY 8CARF8.
Wash Crepe De Chine
Something new, suitable for afternoon or evening wear, colors
champagne, Alice blue, brown, pink and royal
25 PER YARD.
New Mottled Voiles
Very sheer and pretty. Washable; In brown, blue and black.
20 PER YARD.
Very new, for skirts and suits, In white and champagne.
35d PER YARD.
Satin Striped Tissue
In elegant printed effects, new material and new designs.
25d PER YARD.
New Mercerized White Goods
Handsome designs In silk effects.
NEW DRESDEN RIDBONS.
N. 3. SACHS
Dry Goods Company Ltd.
CORNER FORT AND BERETANIA STREET8.
A Dead Swell
1908 EXCLUSIVE 8UITIN03
$20 to 30 per Suit
Geo. A. Martin
I St iwuzeaA
I ffiLl BJSJER OF I
JiP QUALITY I
I fiW rainier bottling works I
I MBif1 Honolulu. Phone White 1331 I
Delegate Kuhio Reports
ROOSEVELT .WILL AID IF
READING ACT REQUIRES IT
FORTIFICATIONS DILL IS FAVOR
ABLE TO TERRITORY SEN
ATOR FORAKER HELPS.
fore necessary to explain to him that
the delegation had come under Instruc
tions to confine themselves to the
revenue measure only. . I
On Thursday I present the dele
gation to Secretary Shaw at tho Treas
ury Department, and to Oencrnl Mac
Kcnile, Chief of Knglneers at the War
Department, he being In direct charge
of all fortifications work anil harbor
Improvements. Wo nlso called on the
Secretary of War, but he was at the
Capitol attending another hearing on
the Philippine Sill.
The Fortification lllll has been re
ported to the (louse, and carries about
$100,000 for Hawaii. Of this sum 1150,
000 Is n direct Item for tho purchase
of fortification sites at Honolulu. Of
the remainder the report accompany
ing the hill Indicates that 1200.000 of
the Item for emplacements In the In
sula) possessions Is designed for Ha
waii, and Judging from tho porpor
tlon of the estimates, about $50,000
would be Hawaii's proportion of the
lump turn for guns and armament.
The Fortification lllll as reported
carries only about one-half tho total
recommended liv tho Secretary of War.
minor livening uuuetin mis nas u Wi therefore be teen that Ha
beenti full weelt for all the Hawaiian' wn fares slightly better In tho 1)111
delegation now at the Capital. thnn does the general forti'lb atlon work
Chairman Hamilton expressed hit of the nation,
friendliness for Hawaii by arranging The members of thedelegatlon have
a prompt hearing ror our bill on Tucs-1 confined themselves strictly to their
day the Cth. Monday ofternoon nn.t phrpose In coming, and have made a
evening were spent In conferences be- splendid Impression on the members
tween tho delegation and myself, going they have met.
over the arguments that had been pre-j The value of n delegation like this,
pared by the various members of the composed of representative men of the
When you remember tho faca
thnt the Bitters has been curing
sickly peoplo for over SO years.
you ought not hesitate any longer
In giving It a fair trial. For cur
Ing General Debility, Impure!
Blood, Headache, Indigestion, Dys
pepsia, Costlveness, or Malaria
Fever and Ague It Is unrivalled.
XIwiHVitHVt(limtHipltitli l lO"J
i$ Be Comfortable - I
The shortest route to comfort In the good old summertime Is by
using the Electric Light and In conjunction with It an Electric Fan. Jf
When you have an Electric Fan In your house, cool breezes are yours
to command whenever you desire. W
t?lat pIjh I InUt la iimrlslnntii Um iiUn tits lmmni IflUAHi aw
hihkiiiw StlUIII IV ihiui iviiiuii blicau niisii nm uniiihiiaw wh - sw
m, tages to be derived from It are taken Into consideration. We snail
be very happy to supply you with any Information you
relative to wiring your house.
Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd
Office King St., near Alakca 'Phone Main 390
delegation, 'and eliminating h much
as possible all mero repetition In fig
ures and statements.
Ask About 8ugar.
On Tuesday, after I had presented
the delegation to the Committee on
Territories, Mr, W. O. Smith made n
general opening statement as to the
purpose of the bill. He was question
ed by Mr. Lloyd and Gov. Powers on
U number of subjects, Including sugar
production and tho land holdings of
the plantation corporations. Mr,
Lloyd also read from Oov. Carter'
report of 1901. showing that valuable
lands of the Territory are leased for
an overage of two cents per acre.
Mr. Geo. W. Smith followed next
with n carefully prepared statement
Islands. Is hard to overestimate, and 1
shall always welcome the coming of
such a delegation of business men to
co-operate With the official representa
tives In efforts to secure legislation for
Yours very truly,
Delegate to Congress.
Washington, D. C, Feb, 10, 1906.
IOFFICIAL 111 FOR
We have some unique windows In
stock that are Just the thing for rustic
cottages. The frame-work consists of
squares of handsome Philippine wood
filled In with slabs of seml-tranipar-
ent, beautifully tinted thin shell, the
latter being used In place of glass. A
greater novelty has never been Intro
duced In Honolulu, the windows being
comparative tax uruer jno, ji irom mo war Depart-- , ., linina hut cdlnalv beau.
rato and debt ncr eauitn of Hawaii ment was received yesterday nfternooni '
. .... .t . . -.., t......,.. I... ttiA V.I..1 Dlnll.m nnnnnvnlMM il.A1 !...,
an.u mo uiner icrriiuries. uim biiuwiuk m7 ii,t " r-tiv., umvuniuh mu iijui,
the per capita payments or Hawaii to reservation or uinmunn nean nnu
tho federal treasury. Upon a stntc-l Punchbowl land for military purpose)
ment of Mr. Lloyd that our annual and for parks. The order Is as fol
payments of 17.20 wcro about the samo lows:
las tho per capita averagu of tho United I "Thc following executive order Is
States as a whole, my secretary made a jiuuusiicu to tne army ror me iniorma-
further ,Btntenient showing that Ha- tlon of all concerned:
wall makes the same Indirect payments UXECUTIVB OKDEK.
as Inland State on the goods we pur-l "In accordance with the recom-
chase In the United States, and that, mrndatlon of tho Secretary of War the
our direct payments are wholly In addi
tion to such indirect contributions.-
At the hcurlng on Wednesday only
Mr. Caso snoko. as the Committee ad
journed early to attend the 11 o'clock . bounds, described ns follows, are hero-
sesslon of the House for the final do
bate on the Hallway Hate Dill, The
delegation had the privilege of listen
ing thut afternoon to three of tho
ablest debaters in the House, Dourkc
Cochran, Jonn Sharp Wllllqras nnd
What Roosevelt Said.
On Thursday 1 presented the dele
gation at the White House.
Tho President In assuring us of his
amroimnwmn mm mm mmmmK
To Our Patrons a
We are now located In the new brick building on King
street, between Maunakea and Kekaullke streets, where we will
be pleased to serve you with first-class goods In the meat line. -
Our prices will always be fair. g
We are supplied by the "Hind," "Magulre" and "Greenwell" ZZi
Ranches of the Island of Hawaii, with prime beef cattle, and the T
killing and dressing of all animals at our own slaughter house -m
at Kallhl Is done In a most sanitary manner and directly under -m
the dally examination of the meat Inspector of the Doard of S
Soliciting your patronage, we are,
Very respectfully yours,
e G, Q. YEE HOP & CO.
S - " ' -
TELEPHONE MAIN 251.
Lewers & Cooke,
177 SO. KINO ST.
nnhllp Inntta nt nml npnr tllnmnml!
Head, or at KuplVplklo Point, and nt
Punchbowl Hill, In the Territory nt fZac nAnnof Anc
Hawaii. Included within metes MdluUg UGI1GI OIUI
A Suoerlor Light to all others
Aceytlene Gas Is superior in quality,
atod cheapness radiates less heat, viti
ates the air less and has no Injurious
I effects on the eyes,
help on this measure, said that he had this point, north 81.41 W. true nnd run
UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT.
SACHS' BLOCK, COR. FORT AND BERETANIA STREETS.
MODERN furnished apartments, single rooms and suites. Electric
light and running water In all rooms. Excellent bath-rooms aro a feature
of this establishment.
The second floor will be available shortly and applications for furnish
ed or unfurnished rooms on this floor are now being received.
VISITORS FROM THE OTHER I8LANDS WILL FIND THE
MAJESTIC A. COMFORTABLE HOME
RATE8 REASONABLE. -
TELEPHONE MAIN 244.
Do You Think?
That's what makee and saves money. Just THINK 'of Telephone Main
147 when you want your clothes at'.inded to,
HONOLULU CLOTHES GLEANING GO.
J. F. COLBURN III, Manager. Office, KAPIOLANI BUILDING.
recommended It In his message, only
after a careful consideration which
convlncod him thnt it should be done
He added that he was not iii the
business of granting fnvors. but sup-
porta this on Its merits; and be said,
"you may quote me to Senator Fornkcr
ns saying that I think this legislation
should ho passed." He closed by say
ing that ho would prefer not to tako
further action In the matter; but that
If It became necessary, we might call
on him to take the question up with
particular members of congress,
On Thursday evening, by appoint
ment, I presented the delegation to
Senator Foraker nt his home. The
Senator after expressing his friendli
ness for our measure, said that It
would be difficult to get a nromnt
hearing, owing to the fact that thu
Interstate Commerce Committee, of
which he Is a member, are now having
continuous hearings on the Hepburn
Rate Bill Just passed by the House.
He. however, decided to leave that for
a day, and has called u meeting of
the Committee on Pacific Islands and
Porto Rico to hear us on Tuesday
Before House Committee.
Yesterday wo closed our statements
cbfore the House Committee with an
all day hearing. Mr. Mclnerny was tho
nrst speaker. At tho conclusion of nU
statement, Col. Hepburn, who bad
granted my request to appear boforo
tho Committee, made n strong plea fur
the bill. Col. Hepburn said he ro
garded Hawaii as the second most Im
portant acquisition the general gov
ernment had over made, and that Its
possession was a guaranty of safety lor
the entire Pacific Coast. He spoke In
high -terms of tho progress already
made by the peoplo of the Islands, and
dwelt at length on the difficulties and
expenses of governing the detached Is
lands. Mark Robinson.
Following Col, Hepburn Mr. Mark
Robinson made a brief general state
ment ot present copdltlons as com
pared with tho past, which was lis
tened to with Interest by the Commit
tee. ,My own statement will appear
In tho printed hearings to follow by a
Messr.s. Salt nnd Loebenstcln follow
ed next, and the presentation was
then closed with a few well chosen to
marks by Mr. deo. W. Smith.
The questions, which were more or
less continuous throughout tho hear
ings, showed a keen desire on the part
of the Committee to get at our actuut
conditions; they also indicated that
tho condition of our land leases and
the extravagance of our legislature are
things which subject us to very un
favorable criticism here.
Only One Subject.
At the close ot the hearing Mr.
Lloyd expressed tho desire to hear the
delegation on the questions of increas
ing the Supremo Court bench, and all
tho other recommendations of tho
Governor In his report. It was there
by temporarily wlthilrnwn from sale,
entry, or other disposition, for mili
tary purposes, until It can be deter
mined by actual suneys, what pot
lions thereof will be required for per
manent military reservations, vli.:
"j. Diamond Head ucservation. com. For further particulars Inquire at
..v..vtt. uk ...v mmiiw.i iv, uc. ui inn f. office.
lot on the Wnlalne Nul boundary, at a i Ali0 calcium Carbide of all sixes, in
stone marked with a cross: Dlamond'wr.,. ., .m.n ... in, nn-mra
Head Trig, and station numbers from and Automobile Lamps and all sixes
tnlH nnlnt nnrtli fil J1 l .ri.A nml run. . . . .. .. . .
ana graaee or uas m.niies ana uss
nlng by true bound, etc. (here follows
n long list of directions),
"2. Punchbowl Park Reservation:
Reglnnlng nt a point at the east corner
of Prospect and Alapat streets at a
distance of 2C8TS feet northwest of n
concrete post nt the north corner of
Prospect and Hnckfeld streets, etc.,
(herr follows more directions)
tsgd.) "tiirodori: roosi:vi:i.t
"January 18, 1900.
"I)y order of the Secretary of War.
' "J. C.I1ATKS,
"Mnlor flcneral nnd Chief of Staff,"
REPORT OF RESOURCE8 AND LIA
BILITIE8 OF THE PIONEER
BULDING i. LOAN ASS'N. OF
HAWAII AT THE CL08E OF
BU8INESS DEC. 31st, 1905.
Loans on Real Kstato $44,375 00
Loans on Securities other
than Real Estate 1,425 00
Real Estate 11,023 SO
Furntturo and Fixtures .... 622 00
Dun from Ranks and Rank
er isi e:
Duo from all other sources. 3,902 92
Accrued Interest 1,757 .0
Capital Paid In
. 2,850 00
Washington Light Co.
C. W. MACFARLANE, Manager.
Tejephone Main 145. 143 Merchant St.
ESTABLISHED IN 1858.
Bishop & Co
Commercial and Travelers'
Letters of Credit Issued on
the Bank of California and N.
M. Rothschilds & Sons, Lon.
Correspondents for the
American Express Company,
and Thos Cook 4 Son.
Interest allowed on term
and 8avlngs Bank Deposits.
7.ti.UiUUU uiiiUUiiiiiHU iiiiii liiiiiiliK
There are Imitations, But
Ours is the only GENUINE
Wo Have all Other Plavora AImo
Consolidated Soda Water Works, Ltd.
TELEPHONE MAIN 7J
I, A. V. Gear, do solemnly swear that
tho foregoing statement Is true to tho
best ot my knowledge and belief.
A. V. GEAR.
TO WHOM IT
Mrs., Fred Frcltas died at her fath
er's homo Sunday morning after an
Illness ot two weeks. Mrs, I'reltas
took poison or n result ot family
troubles. She had difficulty with Bomo
of her friends from whom she secured
tho poison, Hho was not a divorced
WI. i. IRWJNJC0., LTD.
Agents for the
Royal Insurrnce Co, of Liverpool, Eng.
Alliance Aicuranco Co. of London,
Scottish Union & National Ins. Co. ot
Fh-s Astoclatlon of Philadelphia.
Alliance Insurance Corporation Ltd
Wllhslma of Magdeiurg General Inr
bare opened a horse shoe
ing department In connec
tion with their carriage
shop, etc. Having' secur
ed the services ot a first
class she?- k are pre
pared to ao ail work in
trusted to them In a first
W. G. LET,
SANITARY PLUMBING AND TIN
WAIKIKI 8IDE SMITH ST.
Bet HOTEL and PAUAHI.
Good Workmanship. Work Completed
Watch and Jewelry Club
l.OO and 1.50 a week
113 HOTEL 8TREET nr. FORT 8T.
OF FINE JEWELRY
NOW ON DISPLAY.
worx or international importance, jusun MCbanny, M. v., tailor in enter t J
Maurice F. Egsn, L.L.D., Lady Qregory, James Jeffrey Roche, L.L.D., Asso. ,d
ciaio cauora, vnancs vvcisn, managing bailor.
Among the 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, type
and paper are of excellent quality; illustrations numerous and beautiful.
Regular price, $45; OUR PRICE, S33.75, terms, $3 on delivery of en.
lire sci, ana 9J per monin. j .
can and examine books or write for sample Pages,
wm. -. uyon vo.. L.tu. f,
COR. HOTEL AND FORT STREETS UPSTAIRS.
NOW WE'RE OFF ?
We are prepared to supply the People of Honolulu with Frsht
ISLAND MEATS. Also, Garden Produce of all kinds; Butter, Eggs, Chlok
tns. Turkeys, Sucking Pigs, Bacon, Ham; In fact, evsrythlnn FIRMl
CLA88 MARKET la called upon to furnish.
The ISLAND MEAT CO.
JAS. E. WESTBROOKE. Manager.
TELEPHONE MAIN 7. FORT 8T- OPP. LOVE ILDS.
PACIFIC TRANSFER CO.
WILL CALL FOR YOUR BAGGAGE
We pack, haul and ship your
goods and lave you money.
Dealers In STOVE WOOD, COAL and KINDLINGS.
Storage in Brick Warehouse, 126 King; St. Phone Main 58
4- -f-f -f -f 4-4.
SELECT WITH CARE YOUR ARCHITECT ';
It means much to you. The home you build expresses your per-
sonallty. "Through Its halts runs the story of your life." Your ""
home should be a credit to you; spend your money wisely; I can help
you make every dollar count,
W. MATLOCK CAMPBELL
Telephone White OBI
Y. SUQA SHOTEN
Wholesale SS Retail Liquor Dealer,
B.g 8tock of Japanese and America Llquom. 'inzal Salocn In connection.
IWILEI AND KING STREETS.
fOaTOFFICE BOX BCOL TELEP NE MAIN 84