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nvnNiNO ntiM.rjTiN, Honolulu, t. h.. Monday, nnc. s. idoc
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Arizonan and Nebraskan
We Are Ready for
Gorgeous Display of Holiday
At our Store Gift Buying becomes Easy
EVERY DEPARTMENT IS FULLY PREPARED WITH A MOST EX.
TENSIVE AND ELABORATE ASSORTMENT; IF YOU ARE IN DOUBT
WHAT TO BUY, PAY U3 A VISIT; EVERY DEPARTMENT ABOUNDS
WITH HELPFUL HINTS, THAT CANNOT FAIL TO FACILITATE 8E.
WE INTEND TO MAKE OUR STORE
Headquarters for Christmas Shopping
AND KEEP THINGS MOVING LIVELY, BY OFFERING
DIG VALUE8 FOR LITTLE MONEY; OUR SPECIALS THIS WEEK
CANNOT HELP BUT APPEAL TO YOU; THEY ARE OPPORTUNE, ES
PECIALLY TO THOSE INTERESTED IN FANCY WORK; AND ARE
REAL MONEY SAVERS.
8TYLE8 FOR 1007.
A DAMPLE OF 150 WAISTS.
' NO TWO ALIKE.
NOW ON 8ALC
25 per cent. Discount
Thli It a line of samples tent ut to
make our tetectlon from for next
Tprlno; we have the privilege of re.
turnlnu them, or the option of keeping
them with 25" DISCOUNT to tave
freight for their return. WE HAVE
DECIDED TO KEEP THE WAI8T8
AND GIVE OUR CU8T0MERS THE
HCNTFIT OF THE 25'1
Silks and Satins
For Fancy Work
At Half Price
COLORED TAFFETALINE SILK8,
pink, nlle green, light blue, good
for lining fancywork:
DOc quality FOR 25 J".
75c and $1.00 SURAH 8ILK8 for....
COLORED 8ATINS, for euthlon backt
and fancy work, a fine range of
$ .CO quality for ilT'jtf
$ .75 " " 40
$1.00 " " 55t
$1.25 " " 05
Special Prices on Floss Pillows
Regular 30c 35c SOc 60c 75c
oalc price 20tf 25 40 ISe? 55t
PRICES ARE FOR THIS WEEK ONLY.
N. S, Sachs Dry Goods Company, Ltd
Why Do Thousands Use
Two cssels of llio Amerlcan-IIa-wnlliui
line in rived In from the Const
yesterday with cargoes of freight lot
Honolulu. Tliu Arlzouuti docked lit tho
llnckfeld wharf nt 8:30 u. m ami Is
discharging Iter enrgo there Instead of
at the railroad wharf, Hint berth belli,
occupied by th Nebrusknn, wUi'li nr
rlved ut fi:30 p. in. tiom Sail Kraiulsco
The Arizonan came from thf Sound
with one of tlin largest cargoci u. gen
era! merchandise ever brought v this
port from that section. It Includes
about fioo.OOO feet of lumber. .'0 bar
rels of lltnu and lurgo quaiHUy of
beer mid general merchandise.
During part of tliu vojage from Hi"
Bound rough weather was encountered,
particularly big seus mid Htrong hca
wltitlx being experienced on Wedu4
day and Thursday. The stcanirt.l;i
UosccruiiH towing tliu barge Monteroy
was passed, making bad weather of it
and little headway
On iibuiinl the firm of January Hid
Arizonan Ik to Kail for H.illna f'riu, the
l'acllle Ocean terminus of tliu new To
htiantepec railway, with 12,(100 ton ol
sugar. This sugar will be trnnshlppl
acrosn the Isthmus by rait and ngi'ln
loaded Into nn Ainerlcun-llnwu'llaiiteV
kel nt Coatiocoulcos, tliu Atlantic lnr
uilnus of the road, and carried to New
York. From Sallnu Cruz tlio Arizonan
will go to Han Francisco and then re
turn to Honolulu. Thin triangular
course will be followed regularly by
the Kteanmhlp. On iitcouul of tli
shorter voyages, tlio Bteainer will r.ot
be obliged to carry as much fuel ana
can for that reason take on about 30k
tons more inrgo than formerly.
Captain Tupley ling not yet decided
whether he will lime his family llr In
Honolulu, San Frunclsco or Snllua
Cruz. Chief Kugliiccr Nicholson of the
Arizonan Is now In San Francisco ocr
looking tint cuiiKtructlon of the new
(learners for the A. II. line. Ills plait
board the Arizonan it filled by .Mr.
Turk, formerly thief engineer of the
The Nevadan, which urrlved In the
afternoon, brought "'J head of cuttle
2."U hogs anil 40 dozen chickens. Slid
lias a lnrge cargo of general iiu-i cl.nn-
disc und n deck loud of oranges, apples,
potatoes and other perishable freikht
Thu Nebraskan also experienced bad
weather on the Miyugo and had to l.c
lo for eight hours.
Captain Knight, who wns formerly
chief officer of tliu Nchraskun, bus ii.'cil
promoted to tlio (omimind of tlio ,vcs
K'l to take the place of Captain Weed
on, who has gone to Siillun Cruz ns port
captain for the A.-II. Company, H was
eirniicoutdy leporled from the coast
that Captnlli Knight had been ni
IHilnted to tlii command of the .Mon
golia, hut It. I. Schwcrlii, vice pre.d
(lent nnd geiisrnl manager of the l'n-
; clllr .Mull Steamship Company, h:. not
Unscrupuluous dealers are placing inferior
cigars in Owl Cigar boxes and selling them
Every genuine Owl Cigar has the letters
O. W. L. perforated in the wrapper.
LOOK FOR THE PERFORATION
Gunst-Eakin Cigar Co., Inc.
Knlae, Molokal, Nov 21. Hero we
nro at, or nlmo-tt ut, Thanksgiving
ugaln. November has been n limy
month ns usual. Klst. iloctlou talk to
enliven tlio country, nnd ufterwardi
the voting nnd more talk. Second, Ar
bor Day at the schools. At Kalae
The Howard military hair brushes
are the best for strength, the Prophy.
& Go.. Ltd.
yet mude known thu name, of the future
lommniulcr of thu big liner,
Captnlli Knight is one of the popular
olllcers running Into this port and hi)
many friends hern will lie glud In heal
of his uihniiieiiicnt
ltVR ill'S JIT
Pretty Oriental Gifts
appeal to the recipient because they are unique and beautiful.
There Isn't an article In this list that wouldn't make a suit,
able present for your friend: Chinese Crockeryware, Mattings,
Vases, Chinese and Japanese Ivory and Silverware, Dress Silks,
Doylies, Handkerchiefs and Grass Linen goods In all colors.
We Invite your Inspection of goods. 7
Wing Wo Tai & Co,
941 NUUANU ST.
The iiiiiHnuerndo dance, given by the
Diamond Head Athletic, Club at Pros
rets Hnll Saturday evening, while not
largely attended, afforded those present
an excellent good time. Some of the
costumes worn were far from nrillnuiy.
Smeral of them were typical local take
offs und furnished u good deal ol
Mrs. Wutklns and Mitsrs. O. K. .Mc
Carthy and Harry Davison, acting us
Judges, awarded prizes to .Miss Knill)
Clarke and (!eo. Clarke. Miss Clarke
wuh costumed und niado up us MUt
I'resrott, the Times editor. Her or
traynl wns clmcr and made a gient bit.
Mr. Clarke wns In tlio costume of n
tramp, .Miss It. 11, WlUox, us Mrs
Wlggs of thu Cabbage 1'atch, und Kd
waul rernaudez, us a baud boy strand
Kd In fit. Imls, wefu both extreniel; i
good and their make-ups clever,
BC- BULLETIN ASS. PAY -M
school, five drude trees wcro planted, lactic next and the Adams on the line
The exercises were short. A few olio- with either. The backt In these
lalloiis about trees, A look back to brushes are solid, of hard, non-warp-the
first Arbor Hay. Recitation, "Why able wood and the bristles are the
We Plant tlio Trees." by Third (liade. long flexible white stock that Is se.
Kacli tirade stood around the planted ' lected by the best English makers fo'r
tree nnd nnnoiinceu n iicierminntion to their superior lasting quality. We
make that the best tree by next year,: have these for the hands, hair and
In nil twcnty-nliio trees were planted.1 dothes. Christmas Is approaching;
un tuo inn nisi .Mr, u, u. .Miinro Duv now.
unu inmiiy iook iiicir mini departure
from Molokal. The Hawaiian ami
Japanese cmplojes on the ranch lcit
with one another In expressions of re
spect nnd good will too numerous to
nan ate. In brief thu Japanese gave
un exhiuillon ciiome-iuade firework
on the l')th Inst. Un the evening of
departure, unite, a cavalcade escort".'
the party to the wliurf. In spite of a
grass fire on tlio ranch to which they
bad to gallop un hour previously. On
the wharf the Hawnllau bo)S lined up
and sang many of their pathetic songs
Including a beautiful lament.
The night was still and warm. The
boat swung oft so quietly that not :i
note of the musical voices of the slug,
ers was missed to the end, anil iner thu
water wns distinctly heard the Inst
good-bye, 'Thank you, boys."
Mr. and Mrs. Monro Intend taking
their family to New Zealand on the
Sierra, Mr. .Mil nro being anxious to
spend Christmas with his parents,
whom he, has not seen fur fourteen
)ars. The children will bo placed In
school at Clevedon or Auckland nnd
iccehe the hvnelUs of ti.cool climate
for u w li I If.
For visitors wu have hud Mr. and
Mrs. Aiken from Maul nnd a large
party of hunters from Honolulu hino
beni and Mime still are gracing ou:
hills, looking for tlio deer.
Today the weather changed Midden-
ly, n beautiful ruin fell on our parched
Kach day since Snturday lias told us
thul winter has come at lust. The air
is teally cold. A heavy rain today
leaving the sky with such c-leur, line
grays. The trees clean, llko emeralds
om many hues.
You need lev nil thtj yaar 'round In
Honolulu. Tha place to order la
Hawaiian Electric Co., L d.
Tel. Main 390
fchusn thu wood. WIHUt Uftlm.
II CINCINNATI, b. II
Om 100 Jt.Ua l Im F.ici Hm li Mf !
VL !! U sIcm ltl lupiUt im. yy
PACIFIC TRANSFER CO.
WILL CALL FOR YOUR BAGGAGE
We pack, haul and ship you
goodi and tave you money
Dealers in STOVE WOOD, COAL and KINDLINGS.
Storare in Btick Warehouse, 126 Kinf St Phone Main 5ft
PANAMA CANAL CONTEST
The result of the count made Friday
night, November 30, Is shown hflon,
livery boy and girl Is showing keen
interest und working hard for their
High School ' S0i0
I'uuuhoii ,...,. ;a;y
Is near at hand. Wa will have a gen
erous supply of both Chickens and
Turkeys for you to choose from. Pla
ce your older early.
The ISLAM) MEAT CO.
REAL-ESTATE EXPERT AND
St. l.ouls College
Kuuhiiiniinu School 14U.
Catholic Sisters School 1U'5
Queen's Hospital :,
Kuuluwela School 70U
Normal School j.
l'uiioa School jss
St. Andimv's I'llory 17i
l Kululaiil SchLol
i Kuuiuuulll Lodge 51 US, C
i I'.ulllc Itebeknli Uulgu .,,
1 OIUo llrallcll I.odgu
S Mullu I.odgNo. 4. K, of I
M. A ,
TCLCI'MC-Nr. MASN 78.
POnT ST. 0?P, LOVC BLDO,
When jimi want to buy u Homo
When )ou wunt to sell your property
When you want lo Invest jour money
When you wunt lo borrow money
When you want some Information of .,,,, ,,,.. Assoclallou
uny kind 'will hold Its piemltiin list open until
see STRAUCHI , ,l(, utl,it llau, possible, Kveiy Inteiul-
You will have satisfaction and make i K exhibitor will be given entry blanka
money uy cou.a oinucn ana ck. t(, ,mt , , liumedllllely leglslei
ing mis uvice. with the secretary u Hat of the birds
Hun lie wants to exhibit. All eutrlwi
poult i y und plgmius pinllhcly eou
oil Hiiluiduy.Deteiiiber Vi, ut f o'clock
P. E. R. Strauch
WAITY DUILDINQ, 71 KINO BT,
J. C. Axtell & Co.,
1048-50 ALAKEA STREET.
IMP0RTER8 4 MANUFACTURERS
Phone Blue 1801. P. O. Box 642.
Is at good at the next man's and there It no real
reason why you should not get Itt worth. A tult selected from
our NEW FALL PATTERNS, just arrived, It a guarantee that
you get "Your Money't Worth." We make them up to your
nleasu'e at ready-to-wear prlcrs.
Our Suits for TWENTY-riVE DOLLARE are UNEQUALEO
In this town.
Geo. A. Martin,
PHONE 485 MAIN. HOTEL STREET.
Benny & Company,
AND BUYERS OF
We buy, sell, rent, exchange and repair !
all kinds of tewing machines. A largt ,
assortment of oil, needles and spare
ptrts always on hand. Machines on
1266 AND 126S FORT 8TREET.
PHONE MAIN 488.
KEYfiTONE-ELQIN WATCHES '
At All Watchdealert. I
Agent for Hawaiian islands,
Cor. FORT and KINQ Sts., Honolulu.
Is a delicious and refreshing drink. It
Is like an excellent peaeh in liquid
form. Ask for It. Bottled by
HAWAIIAN SODA WORKS,
The Toy Shop
that has everything to please the children Is the People's Store.
We have a moat extensive and attractive stock of TOYS,
DOLLS AND NOVELTIES. ,
Our buyer purchased at a low figure, so that, trut to this ttert't
policy, they could be told for less than others ask
When we lotMun aelllnc prices nothing
Its jtubtttructed from quality.
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