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KVKNIXtl UUIXETIN. HONOLULU, T. II.. riUIUY. Al'ltll. 13,. 1900.
Next Sunday Is Caster and the day will bring forth many prettily
designed gowns, showing a beauty of material that has never yet
been equaled. The new textures and colorings are superb and tho
styles thin season are wonderfully becoming. ,
You can easily select from our ready-to wear department, dainty
garments In keeping with the Joyousnets of the Eastern morning and
garments that will glva good service long after Caster.
ELEGANT WHITC SILK SUITS
elaborately trimmed with Valenciennes lace, very stylish, at
$H5.00 AND S2S.50 Only one of a kind.
WHITE LINEN ETON SUITS.
The very latest, trimmed with baby Irish lace: very swell.
FROM S21.50 UPWARD.
WHITE LAWN SUIT8.
Fine material, nicely made, nt SH.75 a "'
WHITE LAWN SUITS.
Walit and skirt trimmed with embroidery and clutter tucks,
AT SSS.OO A SUIT.
WHITE INDIA LINON SUITS,
Embroidery trimmed, very styllth, at S5.50 a Suit.
WHITE MULL LINOCRIC 8UIT3
Very sheer and the very nowest, lace and embroidery trim,
med, new stylish sleeves, FROM S8.00 TO S12 A SUIT.
Easter White Goods
20c. quality for 12'it1 yd.
For balance of this week, providing goods hold out, we offer a
line of cheer white goods, In lace stripes, fancy cheeks, satin stripes,
etc., regular price, C yds. for $1.00 and 20c. materials, at 12'-2 yd.
$1.C0 LINEN DAMASK, S1.00 YARD.
Cxtra fine linen table damask, 2 yards wide, our $1.50 quality,
on Sale at Sl.00 Yard.
15c. PWbw Cases at Od each as long as they last.
They are alt ready for use. Sizes 42x36 and 45x36. Our reg
ular 15c. values. SALE PRICE, 30.
EMDROIDCRED COLIENNES. '.
An elegant new material, light weight, will make handsome after
noon or evening costume. Colorlnge are perfect; white, cream, cham
pagne, light blue, urey, pink and the new green. GOd A YARD.
Entirely new, washable, Just right for shirt waist suits. Colors:
cream, light blue, ecru and Yale. J15( A YARD.
N. 3. SACHS
Dry Goods Company Ltd.
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RAINIER BOTTLING WORKS
Honolulu. Phone White J 33 J
P&- A Digestive Marvel !&
Stops that distress after eating
For sale by your druggist, or by
W G Peacock & Co,, Ltd
EXPLAINS HOW MOLOKANS HAVE FAILED
The proposition of tlio Moloknhs nt
Kapha linn born the subject of cone
spontlcnrc between Col. Spalding of
tlio Mnkco Sugar Co.. who says that
Iho pxportmi'nt linn fulled nnd tho Art
Inn f'ovcrnor. The imi'tcr has nlso
points', ami not below, ami the right
In construct reservoirs wherever nec
essary nnd not coiiMitlng with or Iti
JnrliiR rights of others, I will agree to
furnish to thr extent of tlio whole of
tlio Knpan river sumelent water to
been illiciiscd helwcen Atkinson nml proptrly Irrigate fiOO acres of ran-'
Manager Fnlrehlld, who was the bear-
er of Spalding's letter 10 Atkinson,
which has hrpn the basis of the dis
cussions. This Utter I In part ns fol
lows: The MoloknnB have been placed tip
nn Knia.i ntul furnliiliril with every
thing, nml in me than required hy the
rontiitrt, necessary for their romfort
Mill well helm; ns well nil Hie clinnce
lor Ki'lf stippmt and home making. 80
fnr. they have proved themselves the
most Ineniilent an well ns unreliable
lnlioirrR we have ever had mi) thing to
do with. To nio Mr. Castle's stale
nienl. In theni, "Hvery roconimeniln
Hon nnd promise made by Cnpt. Or
molu iiiiucrnlng them has been dis
proved." It Is possible that In lime these peti
ole would lieromc fair laliororR nnd
self supporting; nnd that their ilea
rcnihmts would men develop Into fair
ly KU'il American citizens; hut I think
such resullR would only come nfter
ycntA of cITort, nnd under conditions
ncry dlffcrcnl from the prcRent. At
ruaily Rome havo expresscil their Ideas
regarding rlghlH In the soil given to
them hy the government, nnd they
Imv" broadly Intimated n purpose to
engage Japanese nnd others to do
their work for them. I find them
mostly, without money and dependent
Upon the plantation for everything,
nnd I hnve been advancing $20 per
month on the security of their labor
which has proved, )iy actual compari
son. In bo less than one-third the value
of the Japanese.
The Introduction of these people up
on Knpan has already canned me n
lost or thousands of dollars, 1 11 the
Rendering nnd demoralizing of my
other laborers, nnd I nm dally running
up n debt which I sen but Utile,
"hnnce for being repaid. If no more
of the MoloknuH romc I will he oblig
ed to carry on the work, the best I
tan, till tho crops ore off; but I can
ninko no Improvements or plana for
I nm bold to say Hint I think it
quite necessary the government Hhoiilil
seriously consider what I have nlways
urged, viz: the grent difference be
tween Irrigated and uulrrlKnted lands.
nnd not try to enforce the nmo pulley
upon both alike. In my opinion It
would be easy nnd reasonably mile to
live or oll unlrrlgnled laiulH to new
comers, of even Inferior civilization.
and allow ihrm to raise what crops
(hey pleased, when the snino policy or
plan pursued with Irrigated lands
would rcsul' In loss to nil parties.
There U but tho ono crop, of sugar,
thai inn stand the great expense nnd
tarelul application of Irrigation ns wu
are obliged to practise It In this conn
r y anil even Hint depends upon thn
continued benefit we may rccelvu
fro.ii protective tariff. Therefoie I
has my argument upon the fact that
the government must look in sugar
for levenub from Its Irrigated lands.
Now, the lauds of Knpan nnd Ann-
I111I11 hnve. ench, their natural waters
which hnve been brought upon the
lands hy inc. and largely conserved In
rcscmilrs, nt grent expense. Theso
Inndn and waters cannot be used 10
advantage by Ignorant people, nor en n
they ho siueessfully used In tho pro
duction of sugnr save In ronnerllon
with my fee-simple lands nnd mill.
NOT WHOLLY DEFEATED
CITIZENS DECLARE FOR OWNER
SHIP BUT NOT IMMEDIATE
OPERATION OF ROADS.
land to bo planted, or planted nnd rn
looued, annually, together with such
like ncrenge for growing imp (or 12110
acres In nil when both crops nro grow
lug) as well as water for domestic pur
poses and garden crops: and upon
Anal ola and Katuamnloii, In like man
ner. for tun acres per milium or XOO
acres when twd crops nre In the
ground and growing, ns well as do-
mestle purposes and garden crops.
I will, furthermore, ngree to ion
tract with parlies to whom the gov
ernment may lease or sell the said
lands, or any of them, on practically
the same terms as the contract with
the Mnloknns, and will guarantee to
Hip government nn agreed rental for
any tmrt of said lands tint; may be In
my charge or under my out ml at any
1 1 mo or times miring vain term uy rea
son of non-rentnl or occupancy hy uth
Mr. KnlrchlM will explain 10 yuit
liuw and why I can nfford to lake the
chance and risk of so expending thou
sands of ilollnrH In extending or In
creating (ho rapacity nml sugar out
put ol my plantation. And he will nl
so Inform ou ns to the practicability
of thus offering li'omu sites to lu.hu
liloitH workers while keeping the
main Irrigated lands under conditions
productive of gren.esl benefit to t!ie
working iiicupnnls as well ns south
To this letter Atkinson replied nt
length, stating Hint he felt assured
that Spuming had done nil he could o
further tho Molol.au experiment. He
then goes on to sny:
"I havo appreciated for some lime
the difference between Irrigated and
unlrrlgnled lands, especially In refer
ence to tho policy of settling them. I
found nut long ago that It was much
easier to settle unlrrlgnled laud ho
cause the question of water supply
wns nut to hu considered, nnd I know
ns well ns you do .he dllllculty of llu
quest Ion of npixirtloulng the water
nupply to Irrigated lauds when they
are to ho settled."
Alter rcvlcnlug the proposition
tnnde hy Spalding, ho says further:
'While 1 hctleve that nil offers or
propositions made In good faith to the
Government should bMiiinslilcrcd so
rlnusly, I feel, however, that tho tlov
eminent Is not In a jhisHIoii to ninko
any agreement concerning theso lands
nt tl.u present time on account of tho
action taken hy Hie Commissioner of
Public 1-ninls, on January 23, 1110(1,
at tho time when you signed up )our
agreement with the Mnloknns. You
remember that at that time Mr. Pratt
assuteil the Molokans that It was Hie
Intention of the Hawaiian flovernment
to have r.Ooo acres of the Kapna hind
ready for exclusive occupancy of said
Muloknn Settlement Association on or
about tho first day of May, I'.tuT, (tho
date of tho expiration of the present
lease to Iho Mnkeo Sugar Company)
and that said land would remain open
In application from members of Hie
association for ninety days thereaf
ter. t . .Cjiflf
"Still I see no reason why. If It la
to he taken for granted Hint the Mo
Inkniis will default under their agree
ment with you. tind also release tlio
Hot eminent from Its position, then,
nnd subject to that release, let mtt
nssuio you that 1 see no harm In con
Knpan has sumo 1800 acres of sugar sldetlng what should bo done for Ilia
laud out of which, although It hasftr,.. por 1 vinrvroly unnrerlntu
Chicago. April n. Cutler tho result
of the city elei-llun held today, lu whl h
the question of the municipal owuc-
slilp of Hie sticct railways was tic
vllnl Issue, Hie illy of CliUnso nm pro
iced to inquire nml cn'rol Hie rail
ways, but inuiiot operate lii'111. At Hie
tnme lime the uleis, while ilrrltirlng
that the city shall not proceed to npei
Ale the railroads, declared Hint ns a
question of policy It would be desirable
for the city to do so.
Thrie propositions were submitted
In the voters, the first of which wns.
".Shall Hie city nf Chicago pioiced to
operate street railways?"
This proposition npilied 00 per rent
of the total vole cast In order to liu
lome effective The tnllil tote was up
proxlmntcl) INIl.I'l. Of this number
the proposition In proceed to the Immediate-
operation of the street rail
ways seemed hut 120,'Jll votis, nbimi
17,71)2 short of the luvessiiry tlnee
The second proposition Imohcd the
approval of nn ordinance pievlnuslt
paired hy the City Council providing
for thr issue m strrc:-rjll"ay intlli
e.itcs In the amount nut In cm cod $7.V
UO'J.CUO for the purchase, ownership 1111.I
maintenance 01 the street inliwnyk
This wiis-caiilnl by llu.t'tis to lofi.i.w
The third question, whli h wns sim
ply on Hie question of public polh
nnd has 110 bval effect whateer, Is
"Shall tho (Mt) Council proceed with
out delay to secure tho municipal own
ership and operation of the street rail
wn)R under the Mueller law. instead 1
grunting Irnnclilses to prlwilo com
panies?" Tbs proposition wns cnrrlcd by
Ui.m;: to iu8.u2."
Mayor Dunne iiinstrued the passige
of Hie ITe.UOil.liOU ccitllluites and pub
Hi- policy propositions us a vhtory fin
municipal ownership, hut oiirid ln
disappointment titer the defeat of Hi'
proposition for 1ui1nlelp.il opciuiiou ,
The election was one of the most' In
tercstliig to Clikago voters thai In -been
held in m.iny je.irs. 'Hie vit
wan much larger Hint! hnd been expe 1
ed, nud nil day the mutest for nn 1
against municipal ownership was bit
terly fought. 1'iiiiy lines were l.irgi 1
ly Ignored, nml the eligibility iu 1 a
dldntes depended luiile upon ihelr iitli 1
Uludc tim.ird 11111ulclp.il opc-intum ol
street cars 11 ml high llrrnse for saloon
than upon their part) records I
Of the llilrty-lhe Aldcrinen who wrie
elected today, .Mil) or Dunne c Initio- that
nineteen nip uvowed champions of mtt- j
nlrlpal ownership, nnd that he ulli'
have less dllllrulty lu pusslng measure
relating to that doitrlnu through thel
City Council thiiu herelofoie 'I he f.ie-!
Hon opposed to municipal owiici-di'i. ,
declares that they still hold llu- control I
of the council. 1
licsldis the question of munliipil
ownership, Hie Issue was nmde in n, .1. I
of the Ahlermiinlc iiinlesls of wlii't'ui
the saloon lliii)sci of tho city shall o 1
jr.uo or $1001) 'the low figure was in1
existence up to Match ."illi, nhrn tie
City Council liy a clone Mile anil tilni
11 hard llgl.t past-ed an ordiuaiue 1 u-
lug the amount to Jluuu. ;
The liquor Inleiests mnde 11 men
light iig.iltikt e(-ry Ablciiiiiin who uat
up for rc-t lection who had voted for
Hu license of 1 1 uOO. Of the flftien men
ugaiust whom they put thill lullu
nice, twihe were eleited nnd I litre o -fi.ited.
Of the nine" Aldermen up fur
ic-clcitluu who had voted for the 1011
llnuauce ol Hie ?.'UU license, nil wu
1 it 111 lie il In their seals In the Ciiuin II
Theie Is Utile daiigei', honetir tint the
high llieuse will he repealed.
I HYLO LAMPS
TURN DOWN AT VILL.
TURNS DOWN TO ONE OR SIXTEEN CANDLE POWER.
Users ef ordinary electric lamps have often, perforce, to use 16
candle power when 1-candle power would suffice. This means that the
lamp wattes you money and more money In the course of a year than
HYLO LAMPS on the other hand, save you money, for they en.
able ou to turn your light down frcm 1G-c.p. to 1 c.p. at will.
HYLO LAMPS ARE INVALUABLE FOR THE SICK ROOM, AND
CAN DE USED IN ANY PLACE WHERE A COMMON LAMP IS
Hawaiian Electric Co,, Ltd,
Office, King St., near Alakea. 'Phone, Main 390.
of Smoked Snapper
AUSTRALIA'S GREATEST FOOD
For bakinQ, frying, boiling, broiling, for chowders, to scallop,
cream or cook any way your fancy may dictate. Smoked Snapper
Is a universal food fish and Is healthful, appetizing and Invigorat
ing. Will you try some today'
HP- ISLAND ORDERS SOLICITED.
J. M. LEVY & Co.,
been cropped for over n quarter of n
lentury, 000 acres per annum may
through proper fertilization be safely
planted lu rnne. Annhnla has. In con
nection with Knmnmnloo, some 7f0
acres which ran ho irrigated from I he
Anal.oln river, nud there are ion or
;u0 acres more which could ho Irri
gated hy bringing out the Annhola wa
ter through Keulla. l-'or years I havo
been using Annhola water on Kenllu,
nud Kealln water on Annhula, but wo
hnve never been nble to properly con-
lervo the whole of tho Annhola water
nn recount of tho long deep gulch
through which tho liver runs. It ran
only be clone by bringing It out, high
up 111 the mountains, througu a tun
nel connected with the Kenlln river,
which will cost according to survey
and estimates 2.r,,0(io to $r,n.noi. Then
we must have resenolrs amounting
o JIO.UOO to $20,0(1.) more,
Wl nt I have to propose Is as fol
lows: If tho government will grant
tne n lease of tho Kapna nml Annhola
livers' wiiteiR nt a nominal rental for
11 Hiilllrlent term (sny 21 years) with
pllvltrgo of tailing iho w iters out nt
point or points above Iho present
The ISLAND MEAT CO.
Ic in a splendid position to secure for Its patrons the very best Island meat,
carefully handled. Also Island Poultry of every description.
1 .1111 iiii.i. C
Jas. E. Westbrook
TELEPHONE MAIN 7C,
FORT ST. OPP. LOVE DLDG.
REAL ESTATE DARQAIN8.
Ideal country homo at Manoa Vnlloy,
surrounded by river; good bathing;
fir. covlnge, barn, lawn, fruit trccB,
near car linn; n bargain.
I-'or JO-IO. I am authorized to sell 2.20
acres, wllh small house, oil Nimtimi
Ave. near ear linn; I'rco water; Heal
vniue $2000.00, Owner is forced to
BUSINESS MEN .
woe undoubtedly "up against II" with only the old-fathloned "pigeon-
hoi." offlec furniture.
goods have already transformed thousands of offices Into
Arc you co positive that yours does not need transforming?
1 1-2 slory residence, 1313 Mntlork
Ao 4 bedr.. elee. wire, I block
from 2 car lines, $20. per m.
what you say, that a plantation inn
lint stand still; It must either go ahead
or go behind.
"I would therefore lllto to know- def
initely what the MolokniiH Intend 10
do about tho right given by Mr. Jim,
W. 1'intt, Commissioner of I'uhllc
Lnnds, (or nml nn behalf of the I In
wnllr.n (iovurnment to hnve the f,200
acres of tho Kapna land rendy for 'lie
occupancy of tho MoIoKnn Settlement
Assentation on or about tlio llrst day
of May, 1907.
I llrst talked with Mr. I'nlrchlld,
and telephoned to Mr. I'rntt, who
came over to (tin olllrci and joined us
Mr, I'rntt seemed In feci that It would
not be n lair proposition to use the
water you spoke of for a limited mini
her of ncres. However, as I said. I
am tint In a position to net rourrrnlng
.his mnttrr nt the present lime fur Iho
leasons nbovn given."
The Honolulu Kngineerlng Associa
tion nut lust iil.tht ut llaaletca l.awn,
uver sixty being present tu hear paper
prepared hy Captain Combe, of thu
cuhleshlp Itcslorer. nnd J. 1). dallies,
superintendent of Hie Cahlo Co.
A vote of (hanks wus extended tu
those who had prepared tho papers and
to Mr. liar wood.
New members arc: Hon, C. H. Hob
lowny, lin C. Caller, J. I). Halms, V,
I., JIniory. K. J. Lord, Fred Kaeck, r.,
):. Schnoley. I.cjuls Mnrks, dipt, llat.ll
C. Combe. Tlios. Mtl.ean, J. K. Hairy,
1'. J. lliirwood. C. M. LovBted. J, J,
Pmlddy. II. Von Datum, N. J. Pol mere.
J. A. Hughes. C. I.. Bcrlmger, K.
Hughes, C. A. Ilaiusey, V. I.. Webster.
A. A. Wilson. V I.. Iludley, Wm. An
drews. W. W. Ilnll.
At the next meeting n paper will M
AM I'nr u PiiM-tl'il.-.
Culiiiel Itru. n- And h-i you ipi r
relcil with young .loiie-i lieenuni he put
Id 1 it nil iMt'.rd your wulstV
Mltc Oiii:jiipwi)iig lie didn't put
III j urui roiiu I I:. j w.ilst, but he tried.
Colonel r.niwn Ves, of euurso, tint's
what I incut.
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
Entered for Record Apr. 12, 1906,
From 10:30 a. m. to 4 p. m,
II A I loon to Yee Hung .
Kep.'.nl (w) to John Unllno II
Entered for Record Apr. 13, 1906,
From 9 a. m. to 10;30 a. m.
J V K'uwiil et nl by Jdg ndv V S A
i:ilz(.bcth.Kchaofer et nl by Jdg nd
Hawaiian Office Specialty Go.
EVERYTHINQ FOR THE OFFICE.
THE BUTTER MUST
BE THE BEST
olherv.lcc tho meal stands a very great chance of being spoiled. In
some articles of diet more or less leeway In the matter of quality may
be allowed without any unpleasant rcsulto being experienced. With
butter, however, this is not the cace. The bett is none too good for
your family and for your guests.
CRYSTAL SPRING3 BUTTER IS THE OEST.
TWO POUNDS FOR 7,"((
Metropolitan Meat Co,, Ltd.
PHONE MAIN 45.
&Wfe9rft&t8a fcfat tjftftfefe pkHihgtm
Tho DU8INESS MAN'S HANDY IN
DEX, published In the Saturday Dulle
il.' and the Weekly Edition, nlves a
ie.nl Ity A. W. Keech. chief engineer of cnnelie ana comuiet resume of all le-
the Honotnii sugnr plantation, on "Tho
Ir. coltngn and servunt h. nt Walklkl I'loper Selling of Mill Hollers mid Iti-
bench, good bathing; I0. per in. itilrn Mars."
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