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nvntfiNo nuu,nTiN, Honolulu, t. h., Tuesday, feu 27. ma
In Spring and Summer
NOW ON SALE
CREAM MULL SUITS
Embroidery and Laeo Trimmed. '
Handsome White Silk Suits
elaborately trimmed, very stylish and Inexpensive.
The New Pony Suits
Very latest, In linen and mercerized poplin. Very suitable
for this climate.
In sets. Allover, edging and Insertion to match.
New All Over Laces
with edgings and Insertions to match.
DOUBLE THREAD VALENCIENNES LACES.
New patterns, with edgings and Insertions to match.
Dainty Wash Fabrics
New materials, new designs. A wealth of pretty goods (or
SATIN STRIPED PRINTED TISSUES
lacy effects, all new patterns and elegant colorings, at 25d yd.
Very sheer, elegant designs and colorings, extra fine quality,
from !tO a yd. upwards.
Printed Silk Organdies
for afternoon and evening wear, exquisite designs and colors,
New patterns and dainty colorings at 20d yd-
Ladies Swiss Vests
for low neck dresses; no shoulder straps, 25d.
N. 8. SACHS
Dry Goods Company Ltd.
CORNER FORT AND BERETANIA STREET8.
1 UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT.
SACHS' BLOCK, COR. FORT AND BERETANIA 8TREETS.
MODERN furnished apartments, single rooms and suites. Electric
light and running water In all rooms. Excellent bath-rooms are 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
MAJESTICA COMFORTABLE HOME
TELEPHONE MAIN 244.
Do You Think?
That's what makes and saves money. Just THINK of Telephone Main
147 when you want your clothes attended to,
HONOLULU CLOTHES CLEANING CO.
J. F. COLBURN III, Manag Office, KAPIOLANI BUILOING.
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rainier bottling works
V Honolulu. Phone White J 331
A Dead Swell
1906 EXCLUSIVE SUITINGS
$20 to 30 per Suit
. Geo. A Martin
Talks To Reporter While
Looking After His
THINKS IT DOUBTFUL
IF MOLOKANS SUCCEED
GENERAL TALK ON LABOR MAT-
TER8 WANTS CHEAP LABOR
OF JAPANESE AND
The l'ortlund Evening Telegram of
Feb. 13, publishes the follow log'
Z. S. Spalding, owner of the Hotel
Perkins, Is here to arrange extenslv
alterations and additions for that
building. Much depends upon the re
port of the architect who accompanied
Mr. Spalding from Sun Francisco. It
will later be determined whether three
or six Btorles Hill be added Substan
tial remodeling of the structure, how
ever, is contemplated. Including entire
rerun ntlon and refurnishing of tho
Tho labor question la nnnoylng tho
planters of the Hnwalian Islands moro
Uinn the price of raw sugar, according
to Mr. Spalding He has large ncreagu
in sugar cane on the Island of Hawaii,
and is anions the planters who want to
see cheap labor of some kind Intro
Since the Inlands became part of the
United States wo are not allowed to i
contract for Japanese laborers," hej
said today, "and Chinese laborers nrc
uot permitted to conio to the country
at all llcforc annexation, we hail plen
ty of Chinese, and Japanese to culti
vate the sugar plantations, but now
we cannot get help of nny kind When
we get n number of Japanese to come One of these Is n compact and con
they soon llnd they can get better! venienlly arranged book entitled. "Im
wages In the United States They will I piovement of Towns and Cities, or the
not work, therefore, for the sugar plan-1 Practical Ilnsls of Civic Aesthetics"
tcrs for $1 a day when they can gctl'hls galnid such a popularity, cspe
f2 or $2.00 In California or Oregon. iilnll In England, that his publishers
"I hove recently engaged SOU Hun-'asked him to write a larger work.
garlans. In Los Angeles and will let
I them try sugar cane raising ns an ex-1
perlmcnt. The Hawaiian got eminent .
, will permit them to become landowners
nt the cxplrntlon of live years If they
'prove n success and like the business,
"It Is hard, however, for Europeans
. to stand the warm climate of the Is-'
1 latuls, nnil wo don t know now tne new
i laborers will make out. They ran be
gin by cultivating the sugar fields on
shares, and tho harder they work the
i more they will make.
"Itnw sugar Is low now. considering
the price of labor on the Islands and )
'planters nnve not been making mucn
profit Many lenses aro shortly to ex
pire and the land will go back to tin)
government unless tho planters desire
to renew them These nre the land I
upon which the Hungarians arc to be
placed as an experiment."
(Hpeclni (o The llullttln)
Huunlei, Kauai, l'eb 23 On Satur
day tho 17th Inst . ltlcardn Snlvutorl.
Spaniard working for (itu Mundun
on the Hntialel-IIaenn road, met with
s painful accident. It seems that they
had some blasting to do and thrit
charges were put In Only two ex
ploded After waiting nbout lo min
utes lllcnrdo Snlvatori and others went
to investigate, and no sooner had he
reached the placed where the charge
nas put In that It blew up. throwing
him about 20 feet in mid nlr. All
thnnirht him itoml trxr n wMtn lint
luckily the blast was black powder und
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in dirt lioth his eyes were cut and
fearfully bruised and his left shoulder
dislocated. It was thought at first
that he would lose the use of one eye,
but through tho care of Or. Yanaglharn
it Kltauea ho will soon be on deck
vlth the use of both eyes.
On Sunday, the ISth, the Hunalct
people gathered together and nit wcn
'or an outing In tho back woods of
.1 Electric Co.'. pole line The d-sr
was perfect and tho scenery in thei", l V . n , . . . . i.
vicinity beautiful fter rumniaulnc ' ' lac' ,a 01n' Otiidmar, the old Norse-
through the woods gathering ferns und
'cms and malic to make lels. the parly
had lunch and at 3 p m all returned
home. Those In the party wire Mm.
8. II Dcverill, I'almer. Makee Itobert -
m. lllrkmyre the Misses II. Altlrlch.
I orencc unci Lena never! 1. anil tbn
.Messrs W. V Sanborn. J. I. Robert
on. 15. 0. K. Dcverill, C II Makco.
II. Illrkmyro, and Vonhulzcn Weather
In llnnulel fine.
HAPPY RESULTS OBTAINED.
By the Use of the New Scalp Anti
septic. It wouldn't take long to number tho
hairs in the heads of somo people, the
ensou being they haven't many to
number. In most Instances, however,
the fault Is their own A germ nt the
root soon plays havoc with the most
luxuriant growth nnd causes It to f.ulo
and fall out A lcmedy for this baa
teccntly been discovered, called Now
lira's Hcrplcldc that acts by destroy
ing the germ thnt does (he damage,
besides removing nil Impurities from
tho scalp, In addition It permits new
life and vigor to enter tho Bcnlp, and
happy results are sure to be obtained
ft om Its use. Try It Sold by lending
druggists Send 10c In stnmps for
sample to The Herplelde Co , Detroit,
Mich. Holllster Drug Co,, special
Fine Job Printing at the Bulletin,
ROBINSON FORMS GENERAL
SCHEME FOR IMPROVEMENT
EXPERT DOE8 NOT FAVOR MAK
INQ HONOLULU ACCORDINQ
TO MODEL OF MOD
C. M. Iloblnson, who Is here to plan
civic. Improvement for Honolulu has
been busy since his arrival getting him
self familiar with the condition, and
he has now ininuuly outlined hi work,
but will no: :imke public tho details.
In an Intervltv !i" Etntcd that he would
not advise thn tin Kng of Horolulu in
to n modern city, for that would mnke
It too common, but he will plan Its Im
provement according to Its own pecu
liar individuality, which is decidedly
Honolulu Is beautiful and pictures
que, ho says, and he Is delighted with
It. The city is naturally so attractive
that It is giving him more than ordin
ary pleasure In planning Its Impiovo
tncnt. He has visited I'unchbowl once
and Is planning to go again, for be has
somo special plan 'for its improvement
although he will not make known wb.u
"It would not be proper for me to
tell of my plans until they nro com
plelcd." said Mr. Iloblnson ' It would
not be courteous to the Uuanl of Sup
rvIrors, who nrc hiring me to do thi
work. 1 always complete my plans and
submit my report before I consent to
discuss the details of my work with
an) one. I am sure the Hoard of Super
visors and everyone else will bo more
pleated to get my report complete? be
fore it becomis public properly in a
Illue-print maps of the city hao
been prepared for Mr
on these he Is working out with u pen
ell his plans. When these are complet
ed hi will turn them over to
draughtsman who will make a 10111
pletely new mnp according to his plans.
Mr. Hoblnsou is the author of two
books which have an extensive sale
which would meet the demnnds of Eng-
Huh people particular As u result i
of this request he wrote, ".Modern
t'lvlc Art. or the Clt) Made lleautl
fill. ' Iloth works nre In the Join!
Journeying aboard his private ynch' I
In the land of the Vikings, nciompaiile.il
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J uia ll.viiun. an I null, r.lllllKluu mi, ., " . , ... ,,
n mysterious manner toinci to hear ofl"l,f " nuin why do you like the
Thclma, the daughter of a gruff old I " "" ?' f .?" "Ms out at 3D
norsoinnn who still worships Odin and'
Thor. He loves and woos und wins
her. Everybody loves Thelma -mil
there are those who resent tho com
ing of the Englishman She Is loved
In a mad wny by Segurd, a dwnrf who
in un attempt to enst Errlngtnn from i
cliff, through Insane Jealousy fall
himself to u horrible death A villain
wearing the garb of the church nhu J W Cooncj n tourist who has uveu
desires Thelmn and takes depei it.- ' Honolulu fin nearly a month Is U(
means to win her Errlugton ink. ,onilin; more iinl pleasLd with the ill
her liome to London where she Is made' and deiliu.v. that 't Is u perfect para
tliH victim of the wiles of scheming due
women and uupilnilpled men of so-! 'When I ,"i h' me ngiiln. ' declared
tlety. The Intu liable happens She I Mr Coonej - im jnlnis to do what
listens lo lies and leaves her husband 1 c"" t advertise Honolulu The onij
nud returns to Norway Ho follows, tmublo Is that when 1 toll people the
with his friends, ami re wins her real truth about .h. ylace. they will
Such Is just a glimpse of what Is
considered b) ninny Mario Correlll'sl
best book This world-famous roni
unco is put Into one of tho most beau
tiful plays thnt liuve ever been seen In
America. The Iluhlcr players nre now
'Ten,!ng J1 nt lhe Orpheum
tllirnf Ilia flrflr harfnrinnnna urni
night the first performance was given
ami "Thelma" caught on with tho pco-
pie. If the enthusiasm displayed was
nny Indication of how much they en
In the title role Ilrenda Knwier Is
without doubt better than in any part
the! has yet taken on the local stage.
All who have seen her know that this
means ii great deal Illchard Ilnliler
appears an Sir I'hlllp Errlngton and
"' ' Ji?"hn" " '"
I ,"n". " powerful Inincisonutlon. I.I Ian
I Inyarrt gives her generous talent to
, t,,e, 'art of .l,rlku Jen. ii vvronge.1
' "n? depernte "nun. Wilkes Is n
1 ilhcil ScBtiril. . PlylnK (treat ail
'"frJ?,Ul1 "'J'1 J" ?tt0 , c'"lndler M.e.
Ijuls Oicndorf. us un old
lady somewhat soured on tho world
and who Is not greedy with her curses,
l vory forceful Tom Lowell, us Kr
llngtnn's friend, pleases Immensely
Drum makes n heavy villain. Alio
nether the play Is well staged, well
irhenrscd nnd 'ull of moving Incidents
Iluhler has prove-! that his people ran
undertake nny 1 1.. tig and to seo "Thel
mn" Is to see the truth of thin nsser
tlon. Crowded houses are assured for
tonight and tomorrow
1 CI RYE FIRST"
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miiwviiiiiu iveuiiis lt.-lt!i:i.iiiii tuna
nilAntlvn In tins fttr1t ntvrtiaa n i il nlan
"" "" '" "' """" "" ""- "'""iJr., .Miss u I,, l.oomis, Mrs. (I. W
wisiiiiR in nciiiiy uur visitors irora ine
mainland that tho manufactures all Is
land jams nnd chutney, nnd packs the
(ams In large or small tots uh required
tilso rnn arrango especial rates to any
nddresx desired. I'hone UIuo 1411, I'ac-
jtory IRI IJotel street neatly opposite
the. Young Hotel.
When you remember the fact
that 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.
Au Interesting event Is scheduled
for Thursday, March 8. and Saturday
March 10. In the Hawaiian Opera
House, when the Elks' Minstrel Co
will make their annual appearance
The coming goncon is nn Important
event in the local tnuslcnl circles
Multitude or friends nud admlr-r-i
throughout the city will welcome this
opportunity to contribute their share
'ii i ,aku t!io Oi'iiinu a n.uuo'.'l to
Novelties arc the special fettures of
the ptogrnmme this ear, which nrc.
us usual, lounded out with comedy,
skits, nud an Interesting vnrlitv of
Mark Twain says of minstrel ' It
b. consistently funny . beautiful, sweet
clean, satisfying and u euro for all
Two veteran theatre-goers the other
night were enjoying nn animated ilia'
111 one of tbo iiirrldors at the Hawaiian
Hotel over tho question whether or
uot minstrels or opera was the bet
ter I confessed." said the more blazo
of the two. "that to go continually to
me opera woiiiu mnke me music ileal
after n white. (Iho ma the minsliuut
). I don't know nhoiit that." said
the other man I'm not of jour wny
of thinking." "Let us C- I out for
fun" so thev stonueil in. eniriretli
voung man whose face has bien fnmt-
llar one tij the Opera House habitues
for sot oral jeirn with the question
"Look here, nil performances nt tin
Operu House look alike to you, don't
they' You have no favorites have
vou" "You bet I have ' replied the
young man. "give me the minstrels
"Aha!" said the blaso man. I'm right,
what did I tell jou." Tell us they sal.i
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E TO E
probably nut bellevj ine people In I
me Mates iio not generally understand
what t licit) is here, and the onlv wuv
they ever can know Is to tome here
and set) for themselvus,
"We have 14 millionaires In Untie,
and a large number of mcu who are
moderately wealthy. If theso peoplu
knew there wus such a place for re-
creation ns this they would be sure to
inako regular visits to it. I'eople go
to Eos Angeles, nnd they coum back
complaining because It does not suit
them, but let them come here nnd there
will bo but little possibility for com
plaint "Much good inn bo nccamullshed In
the way of advertising Honolulu by
. lV V. I . lc,1,v.cr.. i80.0"':
' ,.;! i ,iV "Y,"'u,
(foes. I think there should bo n good
sneaker nctompnny the band to give
little talks about the Islands und let
peoplo know what there is hero
"One thing that would help this
tommy greatly would bo at least two
bteainerti owiiqi! by the people here to
ply only between Honolulu nnd San
Krunclsco This would give more reg
ular service and would probably lessen
the furc Ilettcr trnnspoitutlon facili
ties nro certainly needed by these U
lands, nud the people will have to pro
vide for It In tho end
from 8an Francisco, Keb 2fi, per S
8 Nippon Maril. I'or Honolulu, lay
overa: Miss Margaret l'alno, 0 I' D.
I'alno, ,V. A. Perry, Mrs W. A. Terry
nnd maid. II Tanakn Through I'or
Yokohama Mrs. J. II nnllagh, Jean
Hunan Varilla, Max Hemala, II. Mar
shall. Y. Malda, Dr. N Ichlylma, II. C
Sepplngs Wright. Atsushl Oyama, I'or
Nagasaki Mrs. W 8 Whltted. Kor
Shanghai Miss E. Allen. Miss J. A
Uryatit. II. Iludenhender, J. S. Conrad.
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t,.m.i...n,. I' I- llt v v lll.
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sanbnrn, Wm M. Sanford, Miss 1.
Sanfonl, Mrs. Win. M, Sanford. For
lliiiigkoiig. Miss Julia W. Anderson,
Cbas I. Jenncy, Mrs. Chns. I, Jennc),
I!. V. I'attlson, Mrs K. W. I'at.lsoD.
I.leuleimnt Row V. Vincent, IT S N ;
David Wnlstrom, I.lcut. Wm S Whi.
tec!, IT. H. N. 1'rom Honolulu. M-
D. II. Wall.
A Optimistic Light
Let your tight so shine that It
m ua.i -j.i..
, jvu ucaiic.
Have electric lights in every
V.. J.-.. 1-.... .. L.. .11 IL-
J trie lights are installed you can have alt you want, any minute, Just
where you want.
We would like to wire your house for you. You will be surprised at !
I vu uuii L n.vc to DLrn ail ins
tne lowness or the cost. We shall
iniormauon on the subject.
I Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd. I
Office, King St., near Alakea.
g-mmmmmmn mm mm mnnnmg
j To Our Patrons 3
We are now located In the
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" ZZl
Ranches of the Island of Hawaii, with prime beef cattle, and the ZZm
killing and dressing of all animals at our own slaughter house -
at Kalihl It done In a moat sanitary manner and directly under .
the dally examination of the meat Inspector of the Board of j
Soliciting your patronage, we
s C. Q. YEE HOP & CO.
mmm iuiuiuuiuui. lum iuiuuiR
There are Imitations, But
Ours is the only GENUINE
Wo Hnvu nil Other f3lfivor AIho
Consolidated Soda Water Works, Ltd.
TELEPHONE MAIN 71
NOW WE'RE OFF ? J
We re prepared to supply the People of Honolulu with Freshest !
ISLAND MEATS. Also, Oardsn Produce of all kinds; Butter, Eggi, Chick
sns, Turkeys, Sucking Pigs, Bacon, Ham; In fact, everythlnn a FIRST!
CLAS8 MARKET Is called upon to furnish.
The ISLAND MEAT CO.
JAS. E. WESTBROOKE, Manaeer.
TELEPHONE MAIN 76. FOHT ST- OPP. LOVE BLD
PACIFIC TRANSFER CO.
WILL CALL FOR YOUR BAGGAGE
We pack, haul and ship your
goods and save you money.
Dealers In STOVE WOOD, COAL and KINDLINGS.
Storage in Brick Warehouse,
f 4- -
SELECT WITH CARE
It means much to you. Thj home you build expresses your per-
T sonallty. "Through Its halls runs the story of your life." Your
home should be a credit to vou: soend vour monev wisely; I can hetn
It means much to you. Thi home you build expresses your per
sonality. "Through Its halls 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. MzYTLOCK CAMPBELL
yT suga shoten
Wl-iolemilo fc Rutatl L-lnuor Dunlcr,
B o 8tock of Japanese and America Liquors. inzal Salcrn In connection,
IWILEI AND KING STntuTS.
'06TOFFICE BOX BC rELEP ME MAIN 81
W.W. Wright Co.
have opened a horseshoe
ing department In connec
tion with their carriage
shop, etc. Having secur
ed the services of a first
class she- " are pre
pared to ao ait work In.
trusted to them In a first
. . '
leaves you free to be as cheerful '
room, In the kitchen and In tho
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nnniB ail ine umc out once eicc
be happy to supply you with full
'Phone, Main 390.
new brick building on Kino
J26 Kine St. Phone Main 58
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