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EVENING nULtiETlN, HONOLULU, T. II., THUnSDAY, MARCH 15, 190.
8aehs' Oreat Glove SMe Is now on and the bargains obtain
able are the greatett ever offered In Honolulu. Hundred! of odd
loti are being cleared out, some slightly spotted, but most
pairs In good condition.
Kid Gloves, Silk Gloves,
are all being disposed of at the Absurdly Low Figure or
15c Per Pair
LOT 1 Ladles' Black Foster Kid Gloves, sizes: 6 1-2, 6 34, 7,
7 14, 7 1-2.
LOT 2 Ladles' White Suede Oloves, sizes: 7, 7 1-4, 7 1-2, 7 3-4.
LOT 3 Ladles' Black Suede Oloves, sizes: 7, 71-4, 7 1-2, 7 3-4.
LOT 4 Ladles' Qrey 8uedo Oloves, sizes: 6 1-4, 6 1-2, 6 3-4.
LOT 6 Ladles' Brown Kid Oloves, 4-buttons, sizes: 7 1-4, 7 1-2,
LOT A Ladles' White Berlin Lisle Oloves, with fancy stitch.
Ing, assorted sizes.
LOT D Ladles' Black Berlin Lisle Oloves, with fancy stitching.
LOT C Ladles' Black Silk Oloves, assorted sizes.
LOT D Ladles' Brown Silk Gloves, assorted sizes.
The entire lot will bo cleared out at
15c Per Pair
without exception and without reserve.
Never has there been such a sate of gloves In the history
of Honolulu and a phenomenal rush Is certain to take advantage
of this opportunity to secure gloves for practically nothing at
all. Do your shopping early, or you will find that there are no
more pairs left.
N. 3. SACHS
Dry Goods Company Ltd.
CORNER FORT AND BERETANIA 8TREET8.
There are Imitations, But
Ours is the only GENUINE
Wo Have all Other Plnvora Also
Consolidated Soda Water Works, Ltd.
TELEPHONE MAIN 71
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.
d or unfurnished rooms on this floor are now being received.
VI8ITOR3 FROM THE OTHER I8LAND8. WILL FIND THE
MAJESTIC A. COMFORTABLE HOME
TELEPHONE MAIN 244.
102 FORT ST., I. 0. O. F. Bldg. 4 151 HOTEL 8T.. opposite VOUNQ Hotel.
Weekly Bulletin $1 Per. Year
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COMMITTEE TO PROVIDE
ON PACIFIC HEIGHTS
SPALDING TELLS OF EXPENSES W0"L ,"AKEU EA.C.H. ,RA
AND PUNDS WILL ne forth. I FEATURE HONOLULU OAR.
COMING DOING MUCH
DENS ARE "SPOTTY."
that only one kind of tree In used. The
civic unit Is not the club, but the street
In the business section there nr
more signs over the sidewalks than In
any other city ever visited. Tinw
are of little value when everybody line
them, they Interrupt the views often
very fine on your streets they detruc;
irom the dignity of the way,
On all the Btreets, but first on bus
Iness streets, the poles ought to como
The front fences, though a dis
tinctive mark of the old Honolulu
ougm 10 go.
The planting In the gardens of tbs
city house-lots Is little of tt Rood, the
grounds being generally very "spott),"
Innumerable avenues of royal palmi
have been weakened by the curve. Such
an avenue should be straight.
In tho newer, straighten broador
residential streets, a mlstako has bndi
made In retaining the narrow walk of
the older streets,
Hero and thero In the city the Junc
ture of diagonal street has created at
' the place of meeting a wide space. At
such points the excess space at the ecu
tcr should bo parked.
Sir. Plnkham's plan for the roclamn
tlou of tho McCully tract Is most dab-
'onto, nnd doubtless from a sanltnry
'point of view Is very desirable. It
would nppear only a matter of tlmo
before the city would hava to under
take some such measures for at leal
the greater part of the area Included
In tho scheme; but whether there l(
now a large enough demand for now
residential property to repay the con-
biui'ruuiu iubi vi such improvement, ur
whether tho sanitary need Is such as to
Justify a large outlny without prompt
reimbursement, are matters that I shall
not attempt to consider Hut wlitn-
ever such a plan Is undertaken. I
would ndvlso a remodeling of the street
plotting as put down on tho I'lnkham
plan. In developing such n virgin
tract, designed for high ilnss res!
Idcnccs, nnd prominently located. It
A would be n pity to Improve n Rrldlrou
street plan, where the curve of beach
nnd lugoon the dominating topograph
ical features cry out for curving
streets, as at once moro attractive.
12 12 C PER POUND
Large consignment direct from the
grower to us came In the last Alameda.
Regular Price, 20c.
2 Lblss 35 c.
These Prices are
for a short time only
J. M. Levy & Co.,
68 KING ST.,
'PHONE, MAIN J 49
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Tho trustees of the Chamber of. iarK Kxpcrt u.m. i ou.nson nns tno ; "-"--' ft " ?., "".VT'' ,.H
r-mm,.. ,..,.i... . .. louowinu to sav in nis rccommcuua- - " ."".. u, m..
v,.iiiiui.-i.u ;i-Bii',HUj niiuiliuiiii VUU- M, ,,.,,, i tninn
1...1...1 ,!.., .,. i. ' ., n i.. tlnns for Honolulu Imnrovcmcnts: iie.
IIIHU-Il IIIUI IIIU I'lUIUULlUU .UUIII1UVV , . , . , , ,' , , .',
.l.nnlH hnio nil ii. n onir.i I have examined Honolulu with
for th vear'a work abo 113 boo nmr v,ew to making recommendations for1 ' ,n, wa"r c',,tra,,.c ""' B J"'n
n J?? L!?: I ,'50JUC Its Improvement. I understand that I "V1?'1 "'.ought. The big new slip;..
Hrn iiin inio,i t .. ,3.. '. .i "" "' restricted to tho Immediately wnicn win estaDiisii tno location ot mi.
Se, !f wol ?nq?in rTS.1 possible, but am asked to lay down i "trance ns far as most passengers ar
bctrctary Wood told tho Chamber ' . ,h c0llntrv l0 wol'k ,ovlaTA concerned, extend for the present enst
rnstees something of the good work h J0' ,0 t0 w0,k towar'1 of Alakea street and reach to Allen.
H inn done. , m h , , n-chllc ul,CU88lolI ' Almost Ideally located In front of this
J. I-. Morgan. L. I. Spalding nnd A.of th fl,r , Honolulu as tho play "e ' n tilock of ground occupied by
Cinrvlowcro appointed a commUteo to I srou of tlw welMdo nnd t ,,,e old flh n",rkct' now Practically
ralso money nnd report at the Cham. Uar ,t0n), p0nl ror lhn tourist abandoned, but public property of tho
Lor a general meeting next Wednesday.1,....., .'. ,. .' ,,... , roini. voU Territory to be developed as seems
,iV.i ""iari1' vlco Prldcnt, occu-,mencro th9 Paclnc. This, howovur. 1'est. Here then Is the place to crcnto
, a ill it . ,u ., teems to have been pretty fully done "" '""' '"' miracuvo emranco m
Sir. Bpnldlng. speaking for tho Pro- uy others; nnd it Is much more nccos- llle cll' ,,,nt hall Insun.' a (food tlrst
motion Committee's need of funds, Bnrv fUr .,. 1Q lni,n thought of iim ""'I la"t Impression to travelers and
nfil nltlim l.u nnn.nlln.. 1.. . ... ... - ....... .. ...,.... .
VMIU W,IIVI IID UJJUIIIVIUIIB 111118V
curtailed, which would be very m
ugrettcd, or nddltlorinl means for its
work ho provided,
Tho receipts were about $1000 a
bo, means by which you will command make for residents a plcasanter means
much 'inch g0od fortune . ,ot access to the docks than any now
It Is clear that In the older Hono- ' "r J
i.. .. ....... ... ...i-., ' rciv ch
lulu the streets were narrow and wind-
cities of tho United States are
so fortunate as Honolulu In an early
inir. mnklncr n crn.nf.il o.irv Th. "" """"o "'"""'" ' " jr
monlh, from the shippers' wharf tax wn n mrt.in nnV,mi,ri...,n... ih nr. Broupingor public buildings around a
ar 10 cents a ton. This made 112.000 row streets were shadier and cooler Tnol lo'shor ih new Pustnm
per annum, subject tod version at any than broader thoroughfares The ,, n l0 ,," . the new Custom
tlmo for quarantine purposes. There Jtreets were Milted to the ptace we" ",U"e W.,U,il be 'IT1 '" ,,.'C PJ?.' b'"
cro private subscriptions of only beautiful. Zi mwrted an air of rS "e.e" ",?". ' '"..""1 """S
1140.50 a month, totaling 13.7BC. (pose that could not fall to bo full of "'j"."'. """ ""i Khan Is street
Ho gave tho following schedulo of charm and that must have been a '"! VIln 'u""r ls B,mt
ntcessury expenditures: Itent, C0O; Iourco of subconscious gratification to , Honolulu ihi. nrlnelnnl tiork U
salaries (of secretary nnd two clerks), the residents. As far as possible you K '"0an I It I illn "on a sandy
SliOO; postage. $1200; Incidental ex- must retain this character. The con- H , ', ,' ' SilAuiX
lnse. inch ns lantern slides, etc., 2.- ruction of n rlty must, indeed, be de. ,. w,lll0U. n.. ,..' . nmv .,, .,.
of Diamond Head, or
hills. Yet the custom
en to Kanlotanl I'nrk
n hold on tho peoples ntiertlnn bar
icn or repulilve as much of It Is.
In n city like Honolulu. of its size.
?h, such as lantern slides, etc., 2,- structlon of n rlty must, indeed, be de- " ,. ' Itll0U, 0..
Tho New York agency received 'Kieil to facilitate the transaction of . ,. . '
t 500 a year for general ex- "8 business; but whnt Is tho buslncM 0f moro distant
. Advertising in magazines nnd ot Honolulu? 'iours Is not. and doci of yf . .
.. . ... . . Mil HBIlll-u In l.n nn ln.l...lrl1 n- "'''."" "'" I1"
lilni.tratpil nnnerH rennlreii Mono n not aspire to be. nn industrial or a
f.ir. Tho agency at Los Angolcs call- K.rcat commercial or llnanclal city; It Is
on for J2400; at Chicago. 11380: nt lunl rare l,,ln"- n city of delight.
Uoslon. CC0j at San Kranclsco, 30O. Trs and Streets. I with no largo cluss of industrial opern
Ihf'n W5U0 would bo needed for fold- '?' ,,n?. ,r?? ": V so .frequently ,uc, ICnulrlnK outdoor physical ever-
em nnd pamphlets. All of which mado """, '" "e. '" ' ne. nauinB me cl,e am, wth veWi nm, aturnl well.
about $1.000. At tho lowest cstlmnto nlk', . ' (l,e.r wa'ks shaded by var- tt . ie Krcat aUract of the city.
r,."C": "'as " ,v::::' , """ ' i i?i Prk i. en..gh to de-
n.u .i,i. A- .1.1 ...... i" cl0P distinctly as a plensurcground,
r. -1..S." t' "C " a,a' Q.d . "winning Ith the I'all. a. the gr,
thcro was a deficit of over $5000 be
tween requirements and resources. Tho
Committee had a balance in bank at
date of 180.01
btreets. where trees are planted be.lrV.7''"..V7. ","",'"".?'"'
Tho folder, Hawaii." had become ex , He o be aLuormlty In he'n an"t "f lh flne vlott of l" votii- ,hero "
.uMed. An order was given for a "' whateter he number of imnrS?eI Blrea,l' fi -a' tot ap.
!W edition which would cost WPOO. metZb onVnv..Thev'Zu P!?,5i,.or h.? ,ha cou,,t h" rca'
Digestive Marvel 48
Stops that distress after eating
For sale by, your druggist or by
Wt G Peacock & Co., Ltd
PER THE S. S. NEDRASKAN
A Fine Lot of Reasonably
8UITADLE FOR PLANTATION
As to what had been accomplished
tho Committee could point to tangible
ri.fcultfi.a Al taunt (mm ttnnnnn In n ii,.l In MjiMMiUn i HIJi.i. tf. I
' - -- .. ... T. , ... .inv, i u-vlivi HIIUII 111 UUBUIIIK I1U
Headquarters for automobiles with
) splendidly equipped fireproof garage.
VON HAMM-YOUNQ COMPANY, Ltd
W.W. Wright Co.
bavo opened a horse-shoeing
department In connec
tion with their carriage
shop, etc. Having secur
ed the services ot a first
class she- '"y are pre
pared to ao ail work In
trusted to them In a first
CHINE8E WOULD COME.
lutuniuin uii uiiy girrei, iney musi gci on , ,. nro,.,i
logctner or , the .tree question and see, A grcat outIook 0 wncn , W0lW
,,,,.!!' n Pubc reservation Is tho so
rt cord to cO'Oneratlon In nunhlnir lln. .... n.'.i i.n.i n. ,i.. ......
,.... ,. . ,.., ,, M - .. . .- : " ifcuncu iiuivi out; uii iiiu oiiiiuiiiv III I a-
luu.wuy u iiiuiiiii wn iiuw urinR x. win, an coneo on tno mainland, dnc Heliihts Thenrn IhnrH Is onn of
rended by tourists They felt confl- Mr. Olif.nl said It was MnTto&MMtobtoi
dfnt that this could bo doubled In a Hint thero was a combination In San near Honolulu
'"r- . , . , Frunclsco against Hawaiian coffee. Ill The city Is devoting most attention
Secretary Wood called attention to a plight be well to take the matter up. I0 the Walklki rond I do not think
liev? field of effort, tho great North- The letter was referred to tho com- this has been a wise choice for It was
west. Tho committee deemed It Incx- mltttc on commerce. possible to mako a fnr finer approach
iiiuivni iu uiiciuiJk in iiii;ii uttvui, t iuiivi uuiu uiu iunutiui iiusiuuss q walklki out of the lleach road.
m'iiuu luiius wi-ru iimiiuu. iruni iiiu ex- ituKiic urfieu inu unumoer lo maKO ro-
tr-mo Knst, but tho Nomo goldflclds, r.ounl efforts In Washington on behalf
Western Canada, Oregon and i,nsh- of tho Consular bill. It was asked that
ireion, nna tno western Btatcs as rar nuers uc bciu io iiawana ropresenta- Washington Feb, 15. Twcnty-ftvo
bli wwu, lurmvu a in-Ill wen wurill ue- w.- " .uii;h mm iu oiieuHcr V-UI1- ,n,niinn DilniMla hlmran In lhn Into
...i,... u .!... ... i .!. nn ,m uh.ii , .h i.iii .minion uiiihcbo lauoixTB in mo into-
t,IUllll,. t'lUIII lllllU OVt.llllllO, III IIIU - w- t.v.... w. ,u w..l, I
winter Hcason. a good class of people The Chamber had previously sent rlor of China nro waiting for tho bars
Plight bo Induced to come to Hawaii. n retolutlon favoring tho bill. Tho lot- to ho let down, so that they may como
tho fluid In the Northwest Is par- tnr wns referred to tho same commit- to tho United rllatcs, according to
cularly our field," Mr. Wood said, too a drafted thu original resolution, Charles Denby, chief clerk or tho Stuto
lor this reason: The distance Is hut Geo, II, McClellan wrote that ho had Department, who today addressed tho I
1-tin moro than from Southern Call- obeyed cabled Instruction!) to urgo tho sub-committee of the Houso Commit-1
iirnln and, most of tho Journey being nutnorltlei) to direct tno earliest pos- tee on Korelgn AITMrx at tho opening i
by orean stenmcr, tho traveling ex- fclblo expenditure of tho appropriation charing on tho Poster bill nmendlug '
pintes wouM bo practically no more." of S20.0UO for Improvements at Quar- the Chinese exclusion law. As Denby.
.Mr Morgan said: I thltiK wo ran limine isinnn. ue nan seen mo cniei speni many years in wmna, io wnicn
iiot start too soon In giving the I'ro- engineer of the Wnr Department nnd country tils father was United States
ii'L-tlon Commlttco something they rati mini was some uouui aoout going Minuter, ins declaration causoit u neap
di rend upon, from month to month. I niiead without cnlllng for bids. Tlio Impression.
tlnrdoro inovo that n committee of question had been referred to tho At-1 Discussing the present boycott of
threo bo appointed by tho chair to torney Oeneral for an opinion, American goods by Chinese. Denby
n.Lko an endeavor to collect tho McClellan also had a letter present- said that Its purpose now was solely
nniount necessary for the Promotion til to Secntnry Wilson relative to ngrl-, to force the rrpeal of the exclusion
Schman Carriage Co.,
ALEX. YOUNQ OLDQ.
Fish Food For Lent
Many people have in the past been sore put about to obtain satis
factory fish food during tho Lenten season. This year we determined
that there should be no complaints on this score, and have according
ly laid In stock a line of the finest smoked, dried and salt fish that we
have ever had. The assortment Includes:
CODFISH In bloeks and strips, PICKLED DLOATER MACKEREL,
SALT SALMON, SALMON BELLIES, 8MOKED EEL8 (Imported),
8MOKEO HALIBUT, and SALMON SMOKED BLOATERS.
The quality of this fish Is excellent and we confidently recommend
It to all our patrons.
Metropolitan Meat Co, Ltd
Telephone Main 45
Committee, as nor tho estimate given
ant report If possible at tho general
mi cling of tho Chamber next Wednes
day." Tho treasurer's report showed a 1ml
unco of 4175 against J374G.62 by pre
(leorge M. Ilolph. manager of tho
cultural work. laws, and that tho Chlueso people,
I l? Mrirftati wnnlml mnpn ltn,n fni-'umil.l iim hA finllafln.l until IIiIb una W
thocommltteoon tho oil-handling qucs-ldnue, He appealed to the rommltteo
tlon. Cantaln Fuller, the harbor mas- not to mako the laws less stringent.
Ur, Mr. Ilerg of tho Underwriters and i earnestly asserting thut, In his opinion,! C
Mr. Hudson of thu Hawaiian tflcctrlc It would be better to sacrifice all the
CV. -were, to make an Investigation. trade the United States had or hoped
I. Tenney Peck ' asked Secretary to obtain from China tliun that this I
refinery at Crockett, resigned, owing Wood what proportion or tourists ar- country should recedo from its present
to absence. rh Ing hero this winter had registered . attitude.
A solicitation for a subscription to for the Orient. The California members of tho
Hip Canadian Annual Review for 190S Mr. Wood estimated tho proportion Houo attended tho hearing
was laid on tho tnlno. or passengers stopping over from tho
Lcttors from V. M. Hatch and J. It. tilr to tho Orient to be about 25 per
Oslt at Washington had been privately cent.
cu filiated. ' The matter of tho Chamber moving
nun w. Pnawnll & Co. of San Frnn- Us. nunrters to a higher floor In the
ciscc wroto and asked the Chamber to Stargcnwald building Is for tho pros-, jjsy Flue JobPrlntlng at the Bui
Interview the large coffee growers with cnt resting. le"" "ee
Waukesha's ORIGINAL Mineral Water
A New Man In Every Bottle.
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Wank books ot all sorts, ledgers
etc., manufactured by tho Dulletln Pub.
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