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I HEW GOODS Piiil NEW GOODS
ADMIRABLE ARRAY Of NEW GOODS
We are still unpacking our New Goods and placing them
ready for your inspection. The following are amongst
the leaders for this week's selling:
Same of the handsomest, most
practical we have ever Imported.
All our fancy dress silks come In
DRESS LENGTHS, JU3T ONE PAT
TERN OF EACH. The weave and
colorings this season aro certainly
DLACK TAFFETA, 27 Inches wide
Every Inch Guaranteed.
selected from the stocks of the larg
cct Importers of French and Swiss
floods In New York.
The designs are most artistic and
the work beautiful.
We would be pleased to have you
step In and Inspect them.
A new line just opened. The latest t ,
circular skirt In Indian Head and oth-'
FROM 91.50 UPWARDS
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Whitney & Marsh
The Little Ads with the Big Results
Pciko H, IV BW TO-DAY, for Now Ada
cult, clean rues for wiping delicate
machinery, at nullotla office. Ap
plv Cashier's desk. 3378-tt
lly ICugllsh graduate nurao to tnko caro
of Invalid or children; would travel.
Address" A. (1. 1. 8., llullotlu.
A hustler wants to handle any lino ut
Roods on commission basis on terms
to Milt. "A. II. C." 3187-lw
Cool room, hot and told water, elec
tric lights, shower und bath, at Tho
.Majestic, Sachs block.
tor tourist tiuvel than Noitliern Call-
I fomla lor two icusons, First, uhc
I I f.a tlu) superior climate, und second
Mio begun noma ycam since, while
i.Miriucill cuiliuiuiu wun nii-uiuiK, i"
StCS-tT I Tlie man who buys leslilcnce dlr,ciiiluuto tho Knowledge of her
'iriiniirli fnt n i..irinniiniif liimiii fit i II tutt I In I inn tit Inn f tie llilt fill llO
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Cottago and housekeeping rooms, fur- lor a rental investment;, i:nst:mi States. Now tho people nre
Purchases of real estate may
loughly divided Into five classes:
1 The speculator;
2 Tho purchaser of down Ioaii litis-
li ran property;
lilshcd, at Cottngu Grove.
Wouc Kwal, Smith St., mauka Hotel. .
Cottares In Chrlstly Lane.
furnished front rooms at 1223 Km
ma St.; rent reasonable . 3401-tf
cumins to Southern California In
warms eveiy winter.
Honolulu has every climatic ndvan
tnt;u enjoyed hy tho moat favored of
Southern California points, nnd many
additional ones, t.ct this fact only
1 Tho small truck larmerj
fi The laigor larmer.
This gentleman can bo dlbmlxKcd
with very few words. These Islands
picscnt no golden opportunity for
him. The qulclcturn speculator is i tPt.con,u guiiiclently known, as you arc.
nbsolutclv ruled out. Tho land laws. ., ,ii,, ii.r.,v, ti,n u,.i..,,ic,i unri
Cool, mosiiultoproof room. 783 Hero- "l0 ytrm of taxation, and public Lr your l'lomotlon Committee, and
tnnla St.; Tel. UIuo 2'51. 3187-tf icntlment all rulo against him here. I .0u will booh havo all the peoplo hero
jiiero uio pieniy or opportunities; ior)(ll, antt
II1U niliipu 111 ,r l,u .,. .! nil, nro nill-n.
M. K.VL'V .Mnut.u, (..1 w...w.M j. .. . ..
ly local, It seems to mo that retldcnca
riopcity Is now selling at too low a
figure. It Is worth, Intrinsically, mora
than is being nuked for It
Nowly furnished mosquito proof rooms, j icklng up snaps In
at 84 Vineyard St. 2728-ttpmpcity held by ow
tine corner lot In Maltlkl. Curbing,
water, fruit and ornamental trees
and all Improvements. Two min
utes' walk, from cars and Punahoii
College. Address U. P.. this ofSce. I udy's gold watch, monogram M. C. A- (1uCk turn
Tho, old-established "l'opular House";
43 furnished room3. Kent ?50. per
month with 17 years' lease to run.
Call at 1"1'J l'ort street. 3150 tf
Tho great Kahukti Kanch, containing
181,000 ncrcs, with everything ex
cept my grip sack. Apply Col. S.
Squabs in any
jjty"For Rent" cards on !
tho uullctln offic.
on Kallhl road.
ncrs , who, for '
lomi) futully reason, hnvo suddenly I
found It necessary to rptuin to the
Jlaluland. anil mutt haerlllco for a
Aside from chances (if
Howard ut this of- .,1,13 bolt i,0wover. tho ordinary kpec-
V. T. RAWLINS, ATTORNEY AND
COUNSELLOR-AT-LAW, 602 STAN
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I tilator would find time bunging heavy 1
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PROFESSIONAL CARDS ';r.
Opportunities In this lino aru like
wise scntce. Hnldcis of business
property, well located, rcallzo tbo full
aln of their positions, and such
property is not on tho market. Real
ly dcjlrahto business lots nre none
too numctous lu Honolulu, and no
ono wants an undesirable location,
Tho city Is too old nnd local capital
too alert to let choice holdings In tho
business section go begging. Tho
"for tnlo" sign Is conspicuous by Its
Hero Is presented n splendid nppor
A. J.' DERBY, D. D. 0.
BOSTON EUILDINO, THIRD FLOOR.
A Modern Business
vendue tho prediction that tho man
who buvB well-selected residence
iropcity hero at present pi Ices, nnd
can uffurd to hold it two or threo
'cars, will bo ablo to pocket a CO to
to per cent, profit.
The Small Truck Farmer.
Labor Is relatively cheap still in
those Inlands ,and tho grower of little
truck should ho nblo to do well here.
It Is tiuo that this Industry Is now
j almost exclusively in tho hands of the
Ollentals, but It iIoch not at all follow
that an cncigctlc American can not
inalco good money In vegetable farm
ing, and poultry talslug. There aro
hipped to this port from tho Main
land potatoes, tomatoes, beets, let
ti.co, turnips, celery, peas, swocl
(mil, eggs, butter mid many other ta-
Weekly Bulletin $1 Per Year
munmsuim, air.te-j. A: ....'- .jLiMh. ....
has revolutionized his methods of fil
Inn correspondence, bills and
randa. The Modern Business
Merchant, or Manufacturer Is hereby will conn bo leaping tho greatest ben
apprised of tho very complete stock cflt. Hesldenco ptoperty today Is
cheaper than It will over be again,
and when tho delights of this country
nnd rllmnte become, better known
throughout 'he fitatca, Honolulu will
pro such an Inpourliig of permanent
ipiIiIpiiIr nit nlin bns never dreamed
of. Theio Is eery reason In the
wnil.l why this should bo true, nnd
no Insurmountable reasoiiB why it
aniint come to pass. In addition, Ho-
1 1 oiuiii must Inevitably soon have 11
largo winter tourist travel, which will
create a demand for rental pioporty.
Southern California has a larger win-
we always keep on hand of
LETTER AND BILL FILES
lettered to meet all requirements.
Spoclal Attention Given to Country
Orders by Mall.
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS, ETC.
Wall, Nichols Co,, Ltd. ::,
bona fide residents. Tho futuro bad;
bono of this country must bo tho
trr.allcr land holders, and every In
(cntivo and encouragement should bo
given to them to make their homes
here. Under present conditions there
1 but llttlo to encourago tho man who
may want to buy from 30 to 100 acres
of agricultural land. If It bo Govern
ment land ho Is apt to find It now un
der lease, with from wo to ten yenra
blu necessities. There would bcom to
memo- tunlly. and It Is from this clnss of ibe u lair Hold for effort in tlilu dlrcc
Man, 1 lircliaacrj 'hat Honolulu as a city, lion, cspcclnlly-ciB suitable, lauds can
bo had nt u fair llgurc.
The Larner Fanner.
I'mlcr this classification must bo
put all tliotjo who seek holdings of DO
tr Coo aeren of land. Oppoi Untitles
In this direction nro decidedly mixed,
nnd bomewliat restricted, with condi
tions that iippenr fnvnr.ibln fur heltci
ii.ent In I ho near future, Tho system
of long leaBes hy both tho (lovcrn
mom ami Individuals which may havo
1-een tho pioper thing lu tho years
long gone, nro certainly working a
positive detriment to tho Islands now,
lu that tho custom tlca up tho land
r.nd prevents Its actual settlement by
MR. VAN LEUVEN TELL8 OF ON.E
OF THE PLEASANTEST TRIPS
TO SUCCESSFUL COLONY OF
SOME FORMER CALIFORNIAN8
, Uy K. K. Van I.ouven.
Wnklaw.i, the principal pineapple
growing section of tho island of Oaliu,
was visited on Tuesday by tho South
ern California Kdltorlul Association,
and tho following Information in re
gard to the young und prosperous lu
dustry was gathered by tho writer;
About nix or eight ycats ago n few
enterprising men from Southern Call
toinlu, among whom weio Messrs.
Clark, ICnuics and Thunius, becured
lauds In the colony bearing the nanio
given above, und after bonie cxpeii
mcntlng with limes and other fruits,
they began tho culture of pineapples.
Tho elevation of Wiihluwa is about
900 feet from Bca level. Tho soil U
very rich nnd Ib qulto red, oven more
red than the soli at Iledlands, Calif.
It 19 u clay, and more sticky when wet
than the adobe of Hlvcrslde. In dig
ging urtealan wella it has been found
that this heavy, rich soli extends lu
a depth of titty feet In souio places.
About llvo years ugo tho culture of
pineapples began und ut picscnt theie
are nbout 1200 ueics planted. Tho
number of plants to tho ucro vurlcs
considerably but probably uvctages
C00O plants, making lu all CO.OOU.OW
plants, u cousldcrublo number ol
which uio not In bearing. Eighteen
mouths after planting, a crop Is m.i
lured; they therefore count on two
crons In tlnco years. Tbo first emu
will run about nlno tons and tho sec
ond crop six tons, making llltcen tons
for the threo year?, or nn nvrrngo ot
llvn tuns iinTicro pqr year.
rrobnbly threo-qunilcrs or more ot
the output Js sold to tho cuiincries, the
balanco shipped as ilpe fruit for con
sumption along tho coast of the main
land at San Fianctsco, Portland, He-
lattlo nnd Log Angclc3. Tho Hawaiian
pineapples nro very Juicy, highly tlav-
ored and sweet, consequently is not
For a nice, smooth shave call at the
Criterion Shop, 1111 l'ort SL
Mr. Jos. Sheridan, pianoforte tuner,
All orders should bo left at tho Ha
waiian News Co., Young bldg. l'hone
294 or Cottago No. 1, Haalclca Lavvu.
For house-help, phone Whit St 91, Ma
klkt. Qenerai .Employment Office,
cor. Peniacola and Deretanla.
Sea Hastlnpt for repairs of Locks,
' Key., Music boxes, Suarpenms; of
Fine Cutlery. Hear Union QrlU.
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MONEY TO LEND.
On Jewelry and merchandise Tho
Carlo Pawn Co., Nuitnuii nr. King.
Umbrellas re-covered and brss pol
ished. Talinta, 1284 Fort St.
Flni Job Printing at ths Bulletin.
us good a Bhlpper an Inferior varieties
such ns tho Itcd Spanish, which Is
grown In Florida. When it comes to
eating qualities no pliio can equal the
Hawaiian and this is particularly true
of tbo (aimed article, for It Is fully
ripe and Its delicious sweetness and
flavor Is fully matured beforo pluck
ing. Tho fruit Is canned tho day fol
lowing picking. Tho pines nio graded
as to size nnd cured nnd allied by ma
chinery nftcr, which it isplaced In
tho cans by women.
Iho pi Ices paid by canncrs tho pant
season were $30 per ton with stems or
137 If stems weio removed by the
grower, Tho average weight of plucj
is about four pounds each, though
specimens nro exhibited In tho Promo
tion Committee rooms that weigh
12'Ji pouuds each. -
Irrigation has not been reported to
III tho Wahlawa pluoapplo colony,
though water Is appurtenant to the
lands, laud with water right being
held nt about S.too per ucro ami adding
tho cost of planting and caro up to tho
maturing of tho first crop, would muke
the total cost about $450 per acre.
Home of Good Things
P A 1 1UI lce Creani Parlors' Ca- Fac-tory'
I rlLITI Bakery and Luncli Room'
Perfect Home-Made Candy.
Don't that sound fjod7' There Is perfection In all thlnus and without
fear of denial, we believe we can claim our candles are near perfection.
The candymaker here Is an expert and io always furnished with first
class supplies. .
You can get any kind at The Palm, Including Chocolates, Creams, Taf
If you prefer Imported candy and want the best ask for LOWNEY'3
or GUNTHER'S. We sell them.
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Ludwigsen & Junsclaus,
Y. SUGA SHOTEN,
Wholesale und Retail Liquor Deulcr,
Big Stock of Japaneso and American Liquors. Banzai Saloon In connection.
IWILEI AND KING STREETS. '
POSTOFFICE BOX 868. TELEPHONE MAIN 82.
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