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rVKNTNO BtTLLKTTN, HONOMH.P. T. H THURSDAY. NOV. If.. 1W.
A I 4p
Table Linen Sale
will continue the balance of thl week; such goodo at such prices
are bound to bring crowclo of buyers.
THESE 'ARE REAL LINEN VALUES,
the greatest that have ever been ollered In this City.
WHITE TABLE DAMA8K from 37 t per yd. and upwards
HED TABLE' DAMA8K 30 1 per yd. and upwards
NAPKINS 7fi( dozen and upwards
DOYLIES fl()f dozen and upwards
WHITE DAMASK TABLE COVERS,
all ready for use $3.00 and upwards
HEM-STITCH TEA and LUNCH CLOTHS .. $3.00 and upwards
A HANDSOME ASSORTMENT OF
Cloth and Napkins to Match
ALL NEW DESIGNS; IN ALL 8IZE8. '
flBJJt- DON'T FAIL TO SEC OUR .
Damask Dinner Cloths
ALL NEW, FRESH QOODS, AND WILL BE SOLD
This Week at Cut Prices
I will positively be the LAST DAYS of
Great Linen Sale
N, S. Sachs Dry
PACIFIC TRANSFER CO.
WILL CALL FOR YOUR BAGGAGE
We pack, Laul and ship youi
goods and lave you money.
Dealers la STOVE WOOD, COAL and KINDLINGS.
Storage in Brick Warehouse,
HENRY H. WILLIAMS,
hat moved his residence from the cor
ner of BERETANIA and RICHARDS
240 King St.,
New 'Phone Number-BLUE 101 1
Is near at hand. We will have a gen
erous supply of both Chickens and
Turkeys for you to choose from. Pla
ce your order early.
The ISLAM) MEAT CO.
TELEPHONr. MAIN 76.
HID CALLINQ IMPLIES NO OBLIGATION ON YOU TO BUY.
J. C. Axtell SsCd, 1048.1058 Alakea
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Goods Co,, Ltd.
J26" KIne St. Phone Main 58
near Richards I
FORT ST. 0?P. LOVE BLDQ.
Monuments of Quality
We always supply; now we can
give you the very
Furnish us your address and our
representative will call on you
and show you our illustrations
Chamber of Commerce
Trying To Keep So
Capable a Man
ON HtKBOR MATTERS
MEMORIAL RECEIVED FROM HILO
A8KINQ HELP FOR BREAK-WA-
TER APPROPRIATION IN
Tlii announcement was made jester-
day at the meeting of the Clinmlicr of
Commerce that Captain Slaltery of tho
U. S. Knglneers, who lian been In churg-3
of tin) work In this section fur nearly
three years win to be transferred to
Fort Lou vi'iiwurth and tliu secretin y
was Immediately Instructed to wire to
Mr. .MiC'lellan, secretary to Delegate
Kuhlo, mid usk ti I tn to tee the Hecro
tnry of War ami attempt to have the
olllcer retained here till the work now
under wny should ho finished.
Captain Slattery has made himself
extiemely popular with the business
men In thit city on account of the way
In which he has handled all the matters
which have come under his Jurisdiction.
lie could not ho Improved on In hit
One; of the most Important matters
at the Chambers meeting yesterday
was n .letter concejnlng the work In
Honolulu harbor from Capt. Slatlery.
Honolulu, T. II., OcL 17, 1908.
Honolulu Chamber of Commerce, Ho
nolulu, T. II.
Sirs: In reference to the recent dis
cussions before thn Chamber of Com
merce, concerning continuing the. Im
provements of Honolulu harbor, anil
the recommendations of the Pilots
Association, I desire to call tho atten
tion of the Chamber to tho following
First. The present project for thu
Improvement of Honolulu harbor con
templates dredging to n depth of thirty,
live feet that portion of the harbor now
occupied by tlio marine railway. There
Is no question hut that this railway li
a menace to uuvlgntlou, and should be
icmoved. Hefure commencing work nn
the Impiovement of tho harbor, I con
tillered tho advisability of recommend
ing to the Peiretury of War that the
owners of this marine rallwuy be re
quired to i emote the kame, because It
(onxlllutcd n inenaci) to navigation. 1
decided, however, that It would not be
advisable to require the rcmovul of
this railway until n new one or a dry
ilocl; wns constructed. If the Secretary
of War required the removal of thU
railway on the grounds that It wan a
menace to navigation, uh It undoubted
ly it, it Is highly probable, that no com
pensation would be allowed the own
f ri. Tor these reasons, no action was
taken toward the removal of the marine
i all wny, and the work In that part of
the harbor was accordingly abandoned
until such time aa the present marine
rallwuy should be lenuned. It does
not appear likely that a new railway
or drydock can be iiinstruttuil, and the
present inllway removed, In time for
work to be donu In that portion of the
harbor, from appropriations mude In
the next River and Harbor Hill. In my
opinion, It would therefore bo much
better not to ask for appropriations for
Hits work In the lomlng River and Har
bor lilll, uh It almost certain that uuoth
er Itlver and Harbor Hill will be passed
before it will bo possible to undertake
work in this lorner of the harbor.
Second. There is no other work, ex
cept tho above, provided for In tho
present projcit for the Improvement or
Honolulu harbor, In tho Walklkl cm1
of the harbor, and it will bo libelees lo
attempt to get appropriations for uny
of people, who want to sell Homes,
1. Who WON'T sell, unless they DQU.
111,13 THEIK MONUY;
2. Who IIAVK to sell at HAW COST.
Hero uro a few Hargaliiu for jou of
No. L' kind I huo to offer:
$ 050 1 bedr. SU x ICO Kapahulu
$ 800-2 bedr. 75 x ICO I'uuuul
$13003 hi dr. "5 x ICO I'uuniil
S130O 3 bedr. CO x 130 Kukul Ht. Ext.
$13003 bedr. CO x 100 Oullclc Avo.
$27504 bedr. CO x ill) Klnati St.
$30004 hedr. I acres I'alolo
$35007 hedr. 170 x 200 Kamehumuha
$450011 bodr. 7C x 1C0 Young St.
4 Houses on South Corner of Kurt and
Hilton! SI. as u whole or In lots.
$204 hedr, Yoiiiik Bl,
$20 I hedr. Matlock Avo,
P. E, R, Strauch
WAITY BLRQ. JM 0, KINO 8Tn,B&T,
work not covered in the project. If fur
ther Improvements In that portion of
the hartior are clcslml, aulhurtty will,
he elven. or, If given If any further Im
provement in that portion of the harbor
would be tesomtnemled Any deepen
ing between the present limit of the
Improvement and the channel wharf Is
a matter tor prlvato individuals lo
undertake rather than the Federal Uov
crnment. If the l'cilernl Clovermucnt
at any time acquires the channel whnil
this condition will, of course, be.
Third. In regard to the atone wall!
protecting the reclaimed land Immedi
ately seaward of the lighthouse, I beg'
to ctnte that even If appropriations,
were obtained for building u stole .vail I
around this spit, that the ume char
acter of wall wuulil be Inillt as the ex
isting one. Tills chuinrler of wall has
been used extensively in the United!
States. In Jelly construction, for the1
purpose of ,'iroteitlng navigable chilli-
nels against riling with sand. TIim
Btonc In the present wall Is compar
atively light, but the wave action U
likewise comparatively light, nud, as
a general rule, runs nearly parallel to
the wall, and pot perpendicular to It.
Of the $40,000 remaining available for
harbor linjiiovcniuitc, under control
of this office, I expect to reserve about
$10,000 for the maintenance of this wall
li nd existing bulkheads. This sum will,
I think, without doubt, enable lue to
keep this wall In fiicIi condition as to
prevent the turn! behind Its getting Into
the harbor. There U no one more aux
lous to prevent such u catastrophe than
I. It is, therefore, In my opinion, un
necessary to nsk special appropriations
(or maintaining this wall or building a
new wall. If a new wall were, built it
would bo of exactly the same character
as the present nail, except that possibly
heavier stones would bo used. Such a
wall, however, would not be built until
It was clearly demonstrated that the
present wall was insufficient. It would
be highly advantageous it a stone wall
could be built to replace the present
timber bulkhead along the harbor hide
of this Island, and If a stone wall could
be continued around the other two sides
ot the Island. Any recommendation fur
the continuing of the existing stono
wall would meet with my hearty ap
proval. Fourth. It would, In my opinion, bi
highly Inadvkablo tor the IKlcgnui
from Hawaii to touted blmiclt with
asking for an appropriation only nut
flclcnt to cut off the lighthouse point.
I can not urge too strongly tha: nn ap
propriation sufficient to cover th" re
moval ot both the lighthouse point and
that portion of the harbor owned by
the Dowsett Co., Ltd., and the Oahu
Hallway & I-and Co., Ltd., bo recom
mended by tlie Chamber of Commerce
und strongly urged by the Delegate.
I desire to Impress upon the Chamber
of Commerce the utter futility of nsk'
lug appropriations for harbor Improve'
meuts not tovered by projects. It Is
especially f utile when such an extensive
project exists as that now existing for
tho Improvement ot Honolulu harbor.
I regret exceedingly that thu Pilots
Association have not considered It ex
pedient to express their needs nud
wishes to this; oltke. My recommenda.
(Ions for work, under future appropri
ations, have already been made, und
these recommendations will undoubted
ly rccelvo the support of tho Wu.- De
partment, whereas It Is doubtiul It
other recommendations will receive
J. It. SL-ATTKUY.
Captain, Corps of Engineers, U. S. A.
The following letter from 1'. M.
Hatch describing the work done at the
ljike Mohonk conference, was alio
New York, N. Y Oct. 20, 1H0''..
Mr. II. I. Wood, Secretary, Honolulu
Chambir uf Commerce, Honolulu,
Dtur Sir: I thank you for your let
ter of September 22, which cumo duly
to hand In accordance with your ca
ble, I ur ranged to be present ut tho
conference ut Lake Mohonk, floni
which I have list returned. Mr. Kiel.,
urds and Mr. Emerson and myself read
papers on Hawaiian conditions. Mr.
(lllnian, Dr. lliruie und Ml. Klneald
made brief addresses. The meeting
wns u very harmonious one, and every
thing in regard to Hawaii passed off
pleasantly. The conference by reso
lution favored the Hawaiian Refunding
lllll, but on the other hand was very
strong in fuvor of lemovlug all turllf
ugulnst the l'hlllplne Islands,
Mr. Oilman, Clorhum D of liohton
will be glad lo have you send him any
of the publications of the I'romotlou
Committee. Slniercly yours,
F. M. HATCH.
A memorial was received from the
Illlo Hoard of Trade asking for the as
klstance of thu Chamber In obtaining
u Congiesslonal appropriation for the
Illlo breakwater,. Chairman ruxtou ot
the Committee on Harbors, staled that
he and his colleague, Mr. Drown, were
botli In fuvor uf Ihu plan und asked that
It bo made u matter to be taken up ut a
special meeting In the near future. Al
this nuitlng the letter of Cap, Slullery
will nl-Hi be gone Into inoru fully
A luntilbutlun of $2C0O from Ihu
Shippers' Wharf Committee, was re
'I ha committee on legislative affairs
lepurled that they recommended that l:i
the (Dining session of Congress the
Hawaiian bills urged be limited to
thine on liurbor Improvements and Ihu
refunding bill, Also Unit during Ihu
(oiulig slimmer (wo or linen pioiu
Ineiil l.'niigif Milieu should bo Invlteu
In nuke Hie Hip id Hie llawulMii Is-
landi, us th" gin sis of Urn (,'humlier ot
Commerce nud the Men hunts' .sjou a
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Dlil-A IT ilTY
Prosecution Failed To
Prove First Husband
The Jury In the case of Dora Latf i
caster, charged with bigamy In the
Federal Court, returned a verdict of nol
guilty nftcr three-quarters of an hour',
deliberation yesterday afternoon. '
The point on which tho case hlngod
wns tlie proof of the death of Dora's,
first husband, Julius Zoch. The Jury
did not see that the prosecution hud
proved that he was still alive and gave
the woman the benefit ot thn doubt. I
This did her little good, however, n&
Mio was Immediately rearrested and
charged with adultery. Her alleged
paramour, a big negro, named Wllllum
Monroe, Is now In nil on the sauio
charge, and he will probably have a
harder tlmb clearing herself of this
charge than of the ono for which she!
was tried jesterday. I
I. lime, Kauai, Nov, 12. Tho beautiful
homo of Mr. and Mrs. A. 8. Wilcox wns '
thrown open to a lot of gay revelleu
la.H Saturday who came there on Invi
tation to rrlebrnlo the return from tlie
L'nsl of Miss i:thcl Wilcox.
The largo and commodious rooni'iias
been beautified by effective decorations
of the profusion of greenery that Is nt
the command of tho I.lhuo housewife
when she wants to give her houso a
Kvcrythlng looked nlry and charm
ing, tmth the rooms and the ladten and
this opinion was evidently shared by
tho sterner tex, as they seemed to by
subject to thu same, trouble Hint at
tacks the moth when It sees 11 llghed
lamp, Whether nny of them got
singed or not is us yet unknown.
About eleven delicious refreshment!
were served, followed by u cup of frag
rant coffee, while a cooling beverage
was ut the command ot the eager danc
ers the whole evening.
For those who felt tho weight of
je.irs and had left tho giddiness of the
ballroom behind them card tables had
been provided und hero In a fern bow
er tho Interested pedro devotees gath
ered. Tho pleasant evening passed hut too
fast und both dancers and players were
Furprlscd when a look ut the timepiece
told them Unit they had Martcd a now
day. Harden Island.
Dlsnk books ot all aorta, ledgers
etc., manufactured by tbe Ilulletln Pub.
117 MERCHANT STREET.
LOTS FOR SALE
IN KAPIOLANI PARK ADDITION
nd Other Desirable Localities.
HOMES FOR SALE
ON WILDER and OULICK AVE8.
No Reasonable Offer Refused.
P. H. Burnette,
Mtormy.st-Law and Notary Public.
Real Estate, Loans, Collections.
Agent to Grant Mirrlaoo Licensee.
ihoneei Office Main 310; Res.Wh.1341.
William T. PatyJ
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER,
All claues of Building Work
promptly and carefully executed.
Office 'Phone Hlue 1B01,
nifldtnct 'Phone Blue 2SU
I fl LH
190A it rut tuwtatuuvma juxouui ouw
j,i . y : ri xmtT ,
The Modern Light
The ancients used the rush light. Since then many other meth
ods of lighting have been used until the electric light was Invent
ed. The advent of the electric light has relegated all other lights
to the background. It Is the efficient, safe, odorless lllumlnant that
should be in every home,
Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.
Tel. Main 390
Sweet Violet Creamery Butter
IT 13 DELICIOUB FOR TABLE USE. A guarantee goes
with every pound of SWEET VIOLET.
C. Q. Vee Hop & Co
TEL. MAIN 251.
True Toy Talk
We are now exhibiting for the Christmas trade, one of tha
most extensive and attractive ttock of TOY8, DOLL8 and NOVEL
TIES ever displayed In the Islands.
Ot buyer purchased at a low figure, so that, true to this store's
policy, they could be sold for leas than others ask
When we leanen
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want soda water that is PURE AND
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QER ALE the purest goods manu
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