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KVENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU.
T 11.. WEDNESDAY. DP.C. C. IQOfi. 3 ,
We Are Ready for
Gorgeous Display of Holiday
At our Store Gift Buying becomes Easy
EVERY DEPARTMENT IS FULLY PREPARED WITH A M08T EX.
TENSIVE AND ELABORATE ASSORTMENT; IF YOU ARE IN DOUBT
WHAT TO BUY, PAY US A VISIT; EVERY DEPARTMENT ABOUNDS
WITH HELPFUL HINT8, THAT CANNOT FAIL TO FACILITATE SE
LECTIONS. WE INTEND TO MAKE OUR STORE
Headquarters for Christmas Shopping
AND KEEP THINGS MOVING LIVELY, BY OFFERING
BIG VALUE8 FOR LITTLE MONEY; OUR SPECIAL8 THIS WEEK
CANNOT HELP BUT APPEAL TO YOU; THEY ARE OPPORTUNE, ES
PECIALLY TO THOSE INTERESTED IN FANCY WORK; ANO ARE
2NT- REAL MONEY SAVERS.
STYLE8 FOR 1007.
A SAMPLE OF 150 WAI8T3.
NO TWO ALIKE.
NOW ON SALE
25 per cent. Discount
This It a line of samples sent us to
make our selection from for next
Spring; we have the privilege of re
turning them, or tho option of keeping
them with 35 DISCOUNT to save
frclgl)t for their return. WE HAVE
DECIDED TO KEEP THE WAISTS
AND GIVE OUR CUSTOMERS THE
BENEFIT OF THE 35 .
Silks and Satins
For Fancy Work
U Half Price
COLORED TAFFETALINE SILKS,
pink, nlle green, light blue, good
for lining fancywork:
50c quality FOR 25 yd.
75c and $1.00 SURAH 8ILKS for.,..
,.... 50 yd.
COLORED SATINS, for cuihlon backs
and fancy work, a fine range of
.60 quality for 37iiJ
i.75 " " -10i
Jl.oo " " 55
$1.25 " " G5
Special Prices on Floss Pillows
PRICES ARE FOR
, ... 30c 35c 60c 80c 75c
... 20 25i 40 -15 554
THIS WEEK ONLY.
N, S. Sachs Dry Goods Company, Ltd,
Why Do Thousands Use
Because it is superior to any other brand
sold in this market.
Ask your groocr for it.
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 Orass Linen goods In all colors.
We invite your Inspection of goods. , ', J
Wing Wo Tai & Ca,
941 NUUANU ST.
Scopes Petitioners For
Not Telling The
Tho mrctlnp. iif tlio no.trd of Hupcr-
visors Inst nlfihl wns matin Interfiling
innlnlv In thn nnnitimnrn tit n rnilhln '
of pctltlonirs fmm I'nlolo, whom Unas
i cored for flbhlnK. Tho men ndmltlci i
Die fuels, ns Lucas ttatoil thorn, nuil
Lucas thereupon, hcnrlng no grudge.
himself mcncl to grnnl their petition,
1 Tlir- spcclnl commutes on police viat,
I at I) nig Ill's request, grnntcil further
Lucas reported on the proposition of t
I building a new rond at t'lllplll, Mauon
' thai nothing could he itono with It ai
present anyhow, and that tho mntli-r
would ho one for tho comlnn Hoard to
' tnkc up- Regarding tho Hotightnlllng
load l.uras Hald that thin was a legaiy,
which had been left It by the Public
I Works Department, which had nol
fulfilled the, obligations which It ttns
under, under Its ngrooment with the
lllshnn l&itate. Johnson said It wns no
I good finishing tho lano unless the
' School street extension was also
I worked, on. Lucas h.iIiI that as far as
KalaKaua ntonuo was concerned, about
$2.".n00 had already been spent on this
toad, and thcro wns no more money to
be spent on thai nt present.
I S. Dodgo wanted to know If nny
mom curbing was to bo donp on Kala
kaun avenue. Tho lllshon Kstnto had
laid 2200 feel of curbing with tho
understanding Hint tho rest of the
I ropcrty owners should do tho same.
Lucas said that many of tho other,)
lould not afford to pay for curbing,
mid ho was loth to forco them to do so
by means of an ordinance.
Smith asked nbout tho Manoa road
woik. Lucas answered thcro was not
enough money on hand to pay for It.
Petitions wero read from residents of
Iwllel and tho Knlllil Camp. They
usked for n direct road between these
two places, that Dr. Day and McVeigh
avenues bo nicciiilumlreil, and for elec
Dodge gate, tho Hoard u pointer, slat
ing that tho roads wero private.
People from P.ilolo. Including one
Prlngle. who nt the last legislature
achieved rather unenvlablo notoriety
on account of his animated but unsuc
cessful fight against tho Itapld Tran
sit, nsked fur tho nssistanco of tho
Hoard to fix a road In tho upper end
of flic Palolo Vnlloy. They said tho set
tlers had hcrctofoio done nil the work
on these roads themselves.
Hum Johnson stntcd that tho County
had duno considerable, work on thenc
ronls. Tho road In question was bud,
but It wan a territorial homestead
lo.id. I, ueus said ho did nol llko tho
blntcmenl of llio pctltloncrx thai the
County hud donn nothing. Ho wnnlcd
them to tell tho truth. Ono of tho Pa-
Llolo men ndmlttnl that tho County hail
donn something, Lucas gavo another
short but iiitlstlc io.ihI of the Palolo
Hum. Prluglo mailo u touching appeal, tell-
Ing nothing new, but presenting tho
cnfcp morn melodramtitlcully, almost
tearfully. Ho had personally put In
sixteen Sundays at work on tho road.
"Wo are hero tonight," ho said Hwcot
ly, "not to I'ompliiln, bill to see that
something bo done."
Ills appeal evidently touched a hoft
spot In tho heart of tho chairman, who
said that he was niro that something
would bo dono forthwith.
.Moore reported on estimates.
The estimates as passed for Decem
ber amounted to 130,125, of which llfi,
100 goes for road work, IIGOO worth ot
which will ho dono in tho outstdo dlb
trlcts. This estimate is exclusive of tho pay
of the band for tho mouth, which wll,
he appropriated for at tho next iniet
Ing. Monro thought tho 200 necessary for
tho Palolo roud could bo spared, and
also for tho 11) I pill roud. It was final
ly decided to do tho l'ulolo work.
Dwlght wanted something donn to
tho Queen street-extension hrldun.
Johnson said that something should ho
I PEACE ANDZT SCP,"5 WAR.
HH pHE IS ONCi CLAY I B9Lll.Il.Il.IlH y. f
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cur 'vh . JiWVT WNi U iLcuc- JkBk-, r ft
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-New York Evening Telegram.
A '. i . , i-Ul ,i"
No dentifrice like SOZODONT.
Why? Because Its mission as an Al
kaline Antiseptic Liquid Dentifrice Is
to permeate the gums and mouth and
penetrate the minutest crevices of the
teeth, neutralizing and removing
mouth acids, antlseptlclting and
cleansing the entire tooth structure.
Its fragrance Is delicious and tast
The Howard military hair brushes
are the best for strength, the Prophy.
lactic next and the Adams on the line
with either. The backs In theso
brushes are solid, of hard, non-warp-able
wood and the bristles are the
long flexible white stock that Is se.
lected by the best English makers for
their superior lasting quality. We
have these for the hands, hair and
clothes. Christmas Is approaching;
Vou need leu till tlio yonr 'round In
Honolulu. The pluuts to ordur la
Hawaiian Electric Co., L d.
Tel. Main 390
t . :
Is near .1 Imul We will luve gn
ciom supply of both Chickens nd
Turkeys for you to choose from, PI
ce your oiilsr early,
The ISLAND MEAT GO.
nsi.RHiurln.MAiN . . roiir or. qw, lqyr,bldq,
done, bill that soniu work would huvo
to bo cut down, when oxpenscs wciu
The following bills wero pafcscd:
Koolaupoko road district, I11U.4U.
County onico rent, 1120.00.
WHlnnue road district. 158.05.
Kaplolani Park, (313.50.
Ewa road district, 35fl.25.
Kwci toad district, I30.29.
REAL-ESTATE EXPERT AND
When ou want In buy a Homo
When you want lo sell jour pinperty
When you want lo Invest our money
When ou want In borrow money
When joil wiml so 111 o Infill inatloti of
You will have atlifctlon and nuke
momy by lnu fiTHAUCH anil ink
Inu lin Ailylc.
(larhagn department JM! 10.
County Knglnoer, W Sf
Pall toad. 1348.2.
Koolaupoko road dlitilil, J33 ".'..
Koolnuloa road district No. 1. Jinn.
Koolaupoko road illstrli'l, J103 7I.
County Engineer tlnspertors and la
Wahiluii rond dlstrlrl, JT78.
Walalua load illxtrlrt. J20I IV.
County Attorney, .J4L2.'i,
Road department, JI8I9.82.
Walanao road district, J2I III.
Kooluulo.i toad district No. 2, JI22.I0.
Klro department, J958.2I.
County beach park, J190.
Road department (bridges) J.112.21.
Koolnuloa road district No. 2, JI2C.H0.
Itoad department (Uiiccn strut
Pollro department. J248.nr.
ICIcctrle llghl department, Ji93.
KHO.M ATLANTIC CITY
Tho following comniuuHatlou was
lead ami the dcrk was iustriicted to
tend n coy of f'aik Uxpcrl ItobltiKuii'it
report to tho writer:
Not ember lfi, 19UG
Major of Honolulu, Honolulu, Hawaii
Dear .Sir' Atlantic City Is tonteui
pfatlng the appointment of a commlt
slou to secure preliminary plans for u
general scheme of municipal Improtc
ment. In tho formation of tho com
mission and In tho subjects to ho con
sidered, wo ftel that wo can profit
largely by llin experienro of other
cities, which havo undertaken u Him
liar work In ((inunction with linpiotc
ment and beautifying their public
place h and public buildings or tlndr
1 am informed that Honolulu has
planned and iimlei taken soiiin work of
this kind ii nd wrlto lo nsls joil wheth
er tho results thus fur huvo been em
bodied In printed form of wlilih 1
could obtain a copy.
I should greatly appreciate tho favor
of n reply from jou. 1 nm,
Very truly yours,
W. II lU'.LL,
Asst to President of City Council of
am mm for
The longrcgiitlon of St Andrew's Ca
thedral at n meeting ant night passed
u resolution thanking tho family nt
the lato T II D.ities for the gift of a
A it Ion on tint proposed memorial' lo
Alice Mackintosh insulted In tho pass
age of a resolution Instructing tho Dean
lo appoint two additional members of
tlm inmmltteo on thn memorial who
khuild nol bo coiiiinunlcunlK of the
church, It being thn wish of tho con
I eregatlou that thn ronimuiilty-ut-largc.
should be asked to take an Inteiesl in
tho mnnnilal to this well known and
brlotnl tvininn Tim roliimlllen wim
iiuthoilzed lo lollclt suhicrlplloiiR ami
Id iccurn an rbtlmatu of tho n:st nl
t tin propn'eii memorial lower It it
ex peul eil to upprinlmnto a cost o(
& Co.. Ltd.
MM Mi fi duSk Iron (I
chPtr thsn wood. Will tut llhtlms.ll
Wpiil ttiiii M'a fik, It. iMlt, IN4.
II CINCINNATI. O. II
0fir 100 JmIJm l lrt f tict lUws ft nr lti
W Ufau Lw rlc l llt ivytUt ! it
PACIFIC TRANSFER CO.
WILL CALL FOR YOUR BAGGAGE
Wc pack, haul and ship youi
Koods and lave you money.
Dealen in STOVE WOOD, COAL and KINDLINGS.
Storate in Brick Warehouse, 126 Ktne .St. Phone Main 58
Is as good as the next man's and there Is no real
reason why you should not get its worth. A suit seleettd front
our NEW FALL PATTERNS, just arrived, Is a guarantee that
you get "Your Money's Worth." We make them up to your
measu'o at ready-to-wear prlcrs.
Our Suits for TWENTY-riVE DOLLARS are UNEQUALCD
In this town.
Geo. A. Martin.
PHONE 485 MAIN. HOTEL STREET.
J, G. Axtell & Co.,
KMB-50 ALAKEA STREET.
IMPORTERS & MANUFACTURERS
Phone Blue 1801. P. O. Box 642.
Benny & Company,
AND BUYERS OF
We buy, sell, rent, exchange and repair
all kinds of sewing machines. A large
assortment of oil, needles and spare
parts always on hand. Machines on
1296 AND 1268 FORT STREET.
PHONE MAIN 488,
Small and Medium 8lies, Complete,
A. FERNANDEZ & SON,
Not. 44-50 King St., Katiey Block, b.L
Nuuanu and Smith Sit.; Til. Main 189.
Al All Watchdealers.
Aieut lor Hawaiian Islands,
Cor. lOflT anil KINO 81s., Honolulu,
P. R ft. St-raueh
IWAuy uujLiMo, n kjno T.H H? Vr!
Thi PU8IHt88 ARAN'S HANDY IN-1
DEX, publlihld In the flalurday Bullet1
Tin ana tni wiimv fcuinon, uiv
conclit and complit fiuin u ,111 !
gr. noilc.a, ciin (or In0ii ludu'
incuts, bulhllnu ntnnlll and ltd! it'
till triniicllinii tivmlnu llulltlln,
nmnih, ,whiy MviiMiHi
li a dellclem and r(rililno drink, It
is lllie an skcsllmt piaeh In liquid
farm Atk (or it. UollliJ by
HAWAIIAN HOIIA iQIW),
The Toy Shop
that has everything to please the children Is the People's Store.
Wo have a moat extensive and attractivo stock of TOYS,
DOLL8 AND NOVELTIES.
Our buyer purchased at a low figure, co that, true to this storo's
policy, they could be sold for less than others ask "' W .'
Wlien we loaacn mbIIIiik pi'lcu nothing '
l u()Ali'(iv;tu(J from ciimllty.
cirai en nil M
P. H. fturnette,, Chinese Gold
Att.rntyatLaw and Notary Public ' 1' "' r0- U will b propirl
1 ihaurd If onlirtd from
nl rUti, loam, Collection, I
Aoinl lo flrjnt Marrlus l.lsiniti. . ,
Ph9nl Oflisi MimllOi Hm-WIi-WIi Kwm'H
W1 MAWNAKKA BT,
i i s ii i mi' m mm
HviiliiO. IJuMclIn 75c. 1ci Monthf