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UVCNlNfl ntJU-HTIN. HONOLULU, T. H.. TtlHSDAV. Al'lllt. 21, 190C.
Sale Now On
Certain loti that we will discontinue. In tome we h.ive full line
of sizes; others, sizes arc broken, but they are nil stylish, up-todate
chapes and will be placed on s,alc at Less Than Cost Prices!
50 c. Corsets, 2 styles at 87 1-2 c.
75 c. 2 at 60 c.
$1.00 ,, 12 at SOc
1.50 3 at $1.15
2.00 . 5 ,, at 1.45
2.50 " .,",".: ., at 2.10
Q. D. Corsets
1.00 and 1.25 qualities on sale a
N. S. SACHS
Dry Goods Company Ltd.
CORNER FORT AND BERETANIA STREETS. -
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J We always welcome a comparison of prices and an examlna- j
JJ tlon of our fresh meat. This applies to our Meat Business, on '-'-j
y all of which our prices are as reasonable as Is consistent with -
tZ the standard of quality, and strictly maintained In a most sanl
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Big Stock of Japanese and American Liquors. Banzai Saloon In connection.
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The Bulletin, 75cts per montli
Hawaii Loses No Time
.Methods for bj otematlrally cnnrnv
chiK llin city for funds for the relief of
Han I'niiHlsui were i.ircfully illm usstd
ny the lOiiiiiilllco appointed fur Hut
purpose, Into yesterday altiTiioou, Tlio
uhiiiiiIUw met ul flic mhiiiih of the
I'lomotlun l'ommlttc and cery mom
brr was present. It wns detldi-d tu ill
Mile Imp illy Into four IIhIMi'Is. nud
tluro koIIi Horn vyrre appointed fur caib
dlsttki. Almost eery man In the city,
irom tnc wago-cnnicr u tho rarilnlliit,
will he asked to donate, to mini tliu
Ilcfnro this committee was appoint
ed, tlio .McrcliniitH Association bail
soIm-IpiI three iiicii li solicit fruni IU
members, but as tills wns lunsldercd
tu he Inrumculciit. tlic Merchants'
luiiimlllu' agreed lo be, absorbed by the
latger lumiiillteo, iuiii limit instead n
bcliiK ten men tu do the work llicio
will he twehc. Oue man li.it) belonged
to both ininniiltee.
In order to systematic ttic work,
KIiir mill Fort streets were designated
ns dividing lines' of. the districts to tie
iiiverpil ,by-tli'j fuilr Biib-commlUcca.
UlstrlCl .NO., I'lioii the Kwn Hlilo or
Kurt strc.it' iinl on the innknl side uf
KltiK plr'ccL Tlio sollclllui; lu Ihut
district will be cnndiutcd by J. A.
Hughe. J. It. C.iU mill t Klilnzawu.
District No. 2 Is on the inakal Bide of
Kin:: sliect and tbn Wnlklkt side of
Kurt Mrcct, The loimnlltcp to rnu-
vnss Hint consists of i:. A. .Mclnerny,
w. Dillingham nnil it. v. Kliliigle. l)ls
li let No. :i In on the maiiknrlile uf King
Htrect iiul on the Wnlklkl side of I 'oil
ktrcct Soliciting In Hint district will
bo done by l-'.tthor Valentin, It. II.
Tl( lit mid Mr. Harris. District No. I
Ik on tliu innnkii side uf King street
mnl on tlio Kwn Bide of I'ort street. Tliu
Loiniiilttiu limine (barge uf It Is made
up of J. A. 'MU'undless, Mr. Wnllcr
nil,' llu l'un.
'Hint Honolulu mny lime credit fur
all the money furnlxlicd by her cll
UcUH, It wns decided tu nek tlio frJ
lcin.il orilera lo gend tbelr money with
I he kciipiiiI fiinil, mid let It bo placed
uflcnwiid tig may be directed by IoiIkcs
for llnal illapoaal.
Tu luiKlen the work mnl sate the tlmo
uf the tmlli llorx, II mis del bled lo nnikci
lUlleillouK lit cnio, uhereMT IiokhIIiIc.
Hie fiinil will be furnanled by cable,
under the direction of the haukK.
llwry effort will lie made to have
the fund iiHKiiine hh grent ploportlona
UK poHHlblc. A plan fur KetlhiK money
fium tlio ordinary wnge-cirner was
silKKenlvd by people connected with tliu
Itnpld Trmmll l'uniimiy. It inimUlJ
of unking eety cniilo)v to loutrlbiilo
one iliiy'B snlury, 'i'Uls plan met with
the npprowil of the loinmlllce, mid tbw
Mirlous llrniH will lm asked to sturl
such siilmcilptlnn IIsIh iiinuug the men
hired by them. It is hoped by (lie coni
liilllee lo make tliu fund reaclrthc S5U,
VUU nimk. Kubsirlpllun IUIh will nlau
no placed In the dnmxtorcK, holvls mid
in the olllco of the Promotion Com
Tliu executive relief luuiuiitlec at lis
Witting yesterday afternoon uppollilwl
the fullonlni; mib-KollcllliiK diiuiullti"
lor the other lnlnndn:
ll.iall-ll. I,. IlolKleln. Koliula;
John T Mulr. I'upiilkoii. IMrl Hmltli,
Ullo; Judge Cliua. I', rarfona, lllln;
ltev .Stephen Desha, lllln; A. I.ldgalc,
r.iaiillo, V. (. Walker, Oiikula; (o.
!("., Iliikulau. C. I'. Kenned), 1 1 1 lu:
1), Korbeu, Kiilciilhaele; T. S. Kay, K:i
liala, John lllnd, Knlinln; J. Wnlt,
Dlna, i;. 1C. Oldllig, Kuhnl.i; K. S. lijur
drum, Ilonokaa; J. I), l'arla, Kiimucla;
(leu. C Hewitt, Wnluliluu: IMlinnr 1
Wouds. Muliilknun; (ieo. f lleckley,
vpeiiai ntjiiit -.Mill cojiy or nnove nu
Maul -1,. Uarkhmiseii, Ijihalna: II
I' llnldwln, l'liuiiene; U. U. WtdU,
Wnlliiku; Judge Kepolkal, Walluku;
Juliu ChalmoiH, liana; Jiiiucm H'olt, Ki
nd, Uoo. (lllili, l-alialiia; I), (.' l.luU
nay, l'ala; A. tlross, Klp.ilinlu; D. 11
l'.ie, Wnlliiku; W. II. I'ornwell. Wal
IiiKii, Senator llnj Hidden, Uilinlia:
II null Howell, Nulilku; A IT Tdvmt-M,
Mnkuuao; (leu. C. lleckley, special
ugeni us ubue.
Kmml-Wiii. II. Hire. I.lhun; A. 3
Wllcux, I.lliue; II. I). Wlnhaid. LIUuo;
'tuucU tiny, Muknnell; '.. H. Kpald
Ing. Kenlla; J. K. (Imulall. I.lhue; V.
I). Mcllrydn, Koloa; C. II. Ilofgoard,
wnlinca, II. I). li.ildwlii, Muknwell;
Will Stud.ul, Klfilc; II. 1'. l'ay, Ke
kaha; Andrew Moot v. Kllmien; '.. A.
REAL ESTATE BARGAINS.
On easy muulhly payments, largo mod
cm Cottage, llMH Matlock Ave.; 4
licdr., 1 block from 'J car lines, small
cnMi payment, lml, 1.
Knudscn, Walmcn; II. II. Ilrddlc. ll.i
tiapepe; I. Mcljine, Koloa; C. W. SplU.
Na llln ill.
A general order will be cabled tu tl.
Etcamshln companies to provide trans
portatloii tu people uf Hawaii, lu dei
tltuto elrciimstanees, who might want
to come home.
sunscmiTio.N MST. I
Subscriptions liae been recorded at!
lendy hr follows, lists being nt tbn
l!oernor's and. the Hawaii I'romullon
Ilawu l'limters' Assn $ 20.000.UU
Chamber of Commerce Z.GOU.vu
Drucc Cnrtwrlgul Iii0.ui)
John Chan, l'etcrson 10 W
Cable snip Restorer l.ls.SU
Kakaako MIlon S. S 9.10
Voted but not yet placed on Hie nill
clal list Is nlso tL'Omr fiom the Mcr
IhmitH' AKOscLitlou, together with do
nations from fraternities, tu be expend
ed through fraternal channels, and In
ilMdiinl subscriptions, nil miiotiullui;
to nbout ll'J.OOO. The gratnl total uf
relief money In Bight Is nliout .t,",.ooo.
it. 1. Wuod ling prcparcil the follow'
Honolulu, April 23, 1906.
fo Ilia Kmployers of Honolulu.
The Special Coimnlltcn Inning lu
hand the duly of securing funds for
luo relief of tlio sufferers by carlhmiaku
ami lire in aan Francisco, lire meeting
with tlio greatest encouragement. Tlio
desire to mwlst seems tu lie general no
one Is willing lo bo left out.
while the coimnlltic is desirous of
securing us large mi amount ns pos
wllde they realize that the duty of glv
lug should not bo made liiirdensome.
Tiie Itnidd Transit Company hno
iidopted n plan which the coiiinillUg
cuuslderH a most commendable tiiin.
Die employes uf that corporation hnM
decided unanimously to jUn one day'x
wages each from the blgliest salaried
(.mployo to the man reJeUlug lb'
smallest salary toward the San Krna
The employes of the Honolulu Iron
Works nrn nlso connlderlng this plan,
which If carried out us fully as mny b
wilt result In n large donation to tbli
nr) worthy object without ImiKinlni
nuy hardship upon the glcrs.
'I bo ltupld Transit Comji.-iny plan
can be carried out lu smaller concerns,
lu storcH for Install! r, where there are
only half a duzeu emploes ur pcrhap
tU'ii luHM. The crews uf ships In th
harbor mny nlxo wish tu Join in such o
muement mid even the school chil
dren may desire to denote pennies thai
they have been saving, lu order to help
twill tlio fund.
It Is hoped by the committee thai
the plan suggested may meet with gen
eral nppnnnl nud be produclUo of good
II. P. WOOD.
Secretary, Kxccuthe Committee.
The ulllisrH and men of tin. cable
ship Restorer hao sulivrlhed Jl.'sr.u.
The Knkaako Mlslsun Siiudav K IhhiI
children have sent a donation of J1.1U
to i no sniuo cauio.
m SAYS All
I'liunul fir. cottage, l.irgo Htables, etc.
73xir,0; $1200, 1-3 rash; bargain.
A few choice- I,o(b at Puuntil Avo. Ila
rain, Kasy terms.
2.20 acres tract off Nuuanu Ave. rien-
ty water. Uloso to car lino,
i:tc, i:tc Ktc.
Kiiinlehed iuokiiuIIo prmif, modern
collage, l)r. lletKwIth St. Car lino.
$20 p. m.
Kurrlsiied fi r. Cottage, Manoa Val
lej Ideal Summer homo, good bath-l-.g.
Mount-iln ulr. Stable, Near ear
Hue. Only ir p. m. '
lloiire, 2 bedr. llench Itnad. 10,
Ktc I'.te., lite.
V. K. II. STIIAUCII.
Wally Ilulldlng. 74 8. King St.
Bccrelnry II. I' Wood of tlio Kxeril
llvo Relief Committee has sent tlio
lollimlng form of letter to thoso rhos
en lo act on the sub soliciting com
mittee: Honolulu. April 23. 1906.
J. A. MrCandless, i:i., Honolulu,
Denr Sir: At the meeting called by
cllus .(lovernor Atkinson, held this
morning, n (Icucral Incentive Commit
ice wns appolnteil. to devlso wnyn mid
niernih of relieving tlio wauls of thoso
Mirroring from the leccnt disaster In
Sau rruni Ikco.
Tlio Kxccutltc Committee, nt Its
meeting, nppoluled n Hiilisolleltlntf
coinnilltce. cousls'lng of yourself, J.
it, licit, o. Hiiicuawn, waller Killing
ham II. II. Trent, lllshop l.lbert (who
will appoint n substltutu). It. W. Shin
glo, J. A. Hughes, i:, A. Mclnerny nnd
It Is desired that your committee
meet nc oneo and organize, in order to
leport to tlio Executive Committee at
n called meeting lo lie he il tomorrow
morning, April 21th, In tlio Hank uf
Hawaii, nt 9 a. m.
It Is deslrahlo that nt your llrnt
mec'iiiR tlio city ho dUtrlcted, that all
uirangemeuts bo iM-rfeeleil nnd an lm
mediate) nnd authorized canvass ho
commenced, so that no tlmo may bo
lost, ns It is very ilosirnlilo that such
funds as It mny he dei Ided to forward
bu rent without nuy unnecessary do
lay. Kudosed herewith, find form of sub
Yory sincerely jours,
II. I. WOOD,
Soerctary, nxeeutlvo Committee.
Y. M. C. A. OFFICERS.
At tlio nmiiinl business meeting of
tlio Y. M. C. A. lu Association Hall
lust evening onieers were elected to
serve for tliu ensuing ear as follows:
President, V. C. Atherlon; directors
to succeed C. J. Day. C II. Athertou
and 4,1'kso Dntot, whoso term of ofllco
expireu, i'. c;. Aiuerioii, Aiunc joiiii
Hon nnd C. 11. Atherlon, tlio latter tu
succeed himself as director and treus
urer, a position ho has filled for a nuin
her or years.
The now chairmen of the various
lonunlttecK arm Devotional, P. K,
Tosh: lliianclal. C. 11. Atherlon: edit-
cntlonal, i-Mgar wood: pnysuni, i.co.
Watei house: membership, Kit 'low-no;
entertainment, Willis T. Pope; Junior
department, W. A. Wann.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE VOTES 500.
Hnwallnn Trlbo No, 1. Imp. O. It. M
voted (.r00 to the suffereis In San
Vninclsco, last night ut their c-oiincll.
This ninoiml wns sent this morning
to the deputy icpicnontiitln of th3
Order In Hint city, lm being duly In
Fine Job Printing (at the Bulletin.
Democrats Can't Find
a Man To Lead
While the Rcpul1lcani and Demo
crat haxo a number of men from
whrm they mny select one ns rnmll-
date for Delegalo lo Congress, tho
Democrats, says Henry West of II In
nnd Abraham IVrnandez, cannot rind
ono now to lead their ticket. Mr.
Inukea. who lead Ihe Democratic tick
et nt tho Inst Terrllorlnl election, will
not run ngaln. It Is believed Hint ho
Is out for Prlnro Kulilo mid does not
want to lie his competitor.
Henry West says (lint all lllln
natits Kuliln. Ho thinks the council
ens of opinion tliroiighoiit tho whole
Islnnil Is for tho Prince. Personally
ti voiild support Kulilo, hut. being n
party man, lie docs not think It is good
policy for tho Democrats to endorso
him where n man Is nvnlhible. IP
ilnct not think, however, that tho Dem
ocrats would look for nnother man to
trod their ticket If Inukea ninlntalni
bis present view.
c would endorso Knhlo." sbvh
West. "If bo Is nominated by tho lie.
public an party; If lm Is rejected, wo
would go oven to the extent of putting
blm up ourselves."
West snis thnt Loobensleln, whoso
policy first nnd last Is lo vote fur a
pood man. told him thnt ho would sup
port Knhlo nnd thnt he urged him to
ritpi-ort Kulilo Irrespective or his par
"The Homo Rulers nnd Democrats
nn Hawaii want to fuse." says West,
Tho former do not hnvo lo look to
tho Honolulu leaders before taking no
tion As to County matters they act
Candidates talked of now nrn
Charles Williams (Dent.) for County
Attorney and Charles Mcdtilro (l)em )
for Supervisor; Kcolnnul (II II.) for
County Sheriff. Tho oung ltepulill-
can party or llllo wants Snm run,
(Rep.), Deputy Sheriff of Wnlmen, to
run against Kenlnnul. Mr. West do
not think that l'un can win out hi
cause the Republicans nrn weakened
on cc count of the recent Iroubbi
which the Supervisors of Hawaii bail
with the County Sheriff nnd the Coun
ty Attorney. Slilpmnn and Knlnlwan,
who are members of the llonid of Hu
pcnlsorS now, will bo nominated for
the same scats. K. Kekoa (l)em.) and
llaal'co (II. It.) nro talked of us can
didates for the House, unit 1'alunT
Woods nud John Maker, both Demo
crnls. for tho Senate.
Vvrst says that Aluli, the young
County Deputy Sheriff of Hnwnlt, Is
aspiring for n seat lu tho Legislature.
Jt Is said that ho would not run us a
candidate on tho Republican ticket If
Williams Is nominated for County
J. I.. Knulukou, It Is reiiorted, has
raid to some of his friends that lm
would run for County Sheriff.
Abraham IVrnander. thinks that tho
Dct.'.ocrutlc party will vote to endorso
Kulilo at the coming elect Ion for Dele,
gate to Congless. This net Ion would
bo In Hue with Mr. IM. Mclnerny'a
lew Hint Kulilo should be returned,
as l, Is doing very well In Congress.
Asked whether ho and his brother,
K. IVrnandez, the mnn alleged in he at
tho helm of tho l.nne workers, me
working together, Abraham l'ernaudiz
Mild that such wns not tin- case
Ml. N. I ernande nlso denied this
repcrt, snlug that ho regards prin
ciple more than blond. Ho does not
propose tu betray bin party.
Wedding Set For
Day Of City's Doom
(Krnm Yesterday's l'lrst IMIIIou.)
.Santa Itusa, April 10, On Wednes
day. April ISIh. Miss Mac C. Mou.ihmi
mid James U Haley of San Rafael,
who is connected with the California
Northwestern Railroad, will bu mar
ried. The brlde-to-bn Is the daughter of
Mr nnd Mrs. P. Monolian, prominent
lesldents of southern Sououia. Ml3S
Mnn Monolian will bo the third of Hie
beautiful Moiiihan sisters to be inui
rlo'l In n year.
(Kroin Yesterday's I'lrst IMIllon.)
Washington, April 9. Itcprcnenla
llvo James 8. Shermnn of New York
was tonight elected chairman of tho
Republican Congressional Commllteo,
which will have c Imrgo of tho coining
Republic nn Congressional campaign
in tbe unions States. Repieseiuallvo
Jam's A. Tuwucy of Minnesota was
dec led vice chairman; Iteprosenln
the Henry C. Uitidoushigor of Now
Jersey secretary and Representntlvo
Wm. II. MeKlnley of Illinois treasurer
Tho chairman wns authorized to
nnnic tlio ovecuthe committee nud lo
till ncaneles on tho Congressional
Committee A resolution of thiiukn
to the retiring ollleers, which Included
Chairman llabcock, Secretary Over
street and Chairman Hull of tho exoe
llthe committee, was adopted.
The chaugus In olllccs were made
nt a dinner given tonight by the retir
ing cllliers to tho now committee.
i s i
The BU8INES8 MAN'8 HANDY IN
DEX, published In the Saturday Bulle
tin and the Weekly Edition, gives a
.concise and complete resume of all le
I gal notices, calls for tenders, Judg
ments, building permits and real es
tate transactions. Evening Bulletin,
75 per month, weekly Bulletlr,
SI per year.
Weekly Bulletin SI Pr year,
AN ELECTRIC FAN WILL HELP YOU DO IT THESE
WE OFFER YOU A OOOD FAN THIS WEEK FOR Jl.1.50.
Hawaiian Electric Co
PHONE MAIN 390.
A Digestive Marvel -S
Stops that distress after catina
For sale by your druggist, or by
Wt C Peacock & Co., Ltd,
were undoubtedly "up against II" with only the old fashioned "pigeon
hole" office furniture.
I (goods have already transformed thousands of offices Into
Are you so posltlvs that yours does not need transforming?
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EVERYTHINO FOR THE OFFICE.
THE BUTTER MUST
BE THE BEST
otherwise the 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 results being experienced. With
butter, however, this Is not tho case. The best Is none too good for
your family and for your guests.
CRYSTAL SPRINGS BUTTER IS THE BEST.
TWO POUNDS FOR CtTid
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PHONE MAIN 45.
The ISLAND MEAT CO.
la In a splendid position to secure for Its patrons the very best Island meat,
carefully handled. Also Island Poultry of every description.
Jas. E. Westbrook
TELEPHONE MAIN 78.
FORT 8T. OPP. LOVE BLDO.
Waukesha's ORIGINAL Mineral Water
X A New Mem In Every Bottle.
POK HALII HVKRYW1IKRI2
McFARLANLJ&Co., Sole Agents.
Do You Think?
That's what makes and saves money. Just THINK of Telephone Mln
117 when you want your clothes attended to.
HONOLULU CLOTHES CLEANING CO.
J. F COLBURN III, Manager. Older, KAPIOLANI BUILDING.