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" ' "" EVENINO BULLETIN. HONOLULU, T. II.. MONOA'Y." l)KC. 17, 1906.
In striking demonstration of the supremacy of this store of stores; not
only In the enormous display, In assortments far surpassing any store In
variety, not only In the unprecedented pricing, but In the Incomparable
tervlce and quick deliver.
Come early and enjoy the sights, as well as the unprecedented prices,
Your qulck'recognltlon of our advertised specials, spurs us to greater
rlfort; It Is the most effective encouragement we could have; without It,
the attainment of our higher Ideals for this store would be Impossible.
Your prompt approval urges us to present values of a still more attractive
Merchandise fulfilling the season's requirements and Interesting sug
gestions for the holidays.
May the store news for this week Induce the same active response; we
are confident of the values.
Silk Lingerie Waists
At Cit Prices
Made of White Wash Silk, some plaited effects, others handsomely
Jilmmcri In Lace and Medallions, all NEW, Up-To-Datc,
i $3.00 WAISTS
J3.50 ' '.
Our Silk Sales
are Trade Talk all over Town. Here
Is another TEMPTINO OFFER:
PEAU DE CYGNE
FOR 75 YD.
A sott-flnlsh, clinging Silk; one that
will wear suitable for Costumes,
Waists or Skirts; all the New Colors,
Plum, Lt. Gray, Myrtle, Reseda, Tan
OUR $1.00 QUALITY
THIS WEEK FOR 75, YD.
One of the most fashionable Mate.
rials for Reception, Dinner and Even.
Ing Costumes; very silky and lustrous,
In all the leading Colors,
OIIS WEEK FOR )0 YD.
Oriental Drawn Work
SPECIALLY MARKED AT
LUNCH AND TEA CLOTHS,
SCARFS AND DOYLIES.
A splendid opportunity of buying
Elegant Christmas Presents, for LIT
TLE MONEY. We would advise
EARLY BUYING, as the lots aro not
A Large Assortment, In Pretty Col
orings and Designs,
15c quality, THIS WEEK 10tf yt.
OPEN EVENINGS UNTIL CHRISTMAS.
N S. SACHS DRY GOODS CO.
JUDD AND FILIPINOS M NHS JO
ARRIVE NEXT FRIDAY ABITO PHPffll
Th damage to public property re-
Thin week Honolulu will he aliln to suiting Horn din reeont lienvy rnlnK
erect the first Instalment of .'Hlplnc, ,v" "ut ,""0"n, ,n "mr" ,1,an 3'0fm
, , .... "r $1.""" according l(i n statement
laborers (lie Islands Iiiivo over seen. Ilm,,0 ,,,, n,rll,m - Hoal Suporvl
The batch Is on board the steamship Mir fain Johnson. Tho creator part
Doric, which Is duo to arrive next r this an.oiiul of money Is what will
h'rlday. There nro only about a score lie needed to pay for extra labor In
of them, previous unsuccessful exper clearing; out .the debris washed down
Inieiits In (bo labor lino having ilctn- '"l for patching up botes In tho road,
unstrated the wlsdnni of Importing a I'lrst reports bad It Hint the Maklkl
sample lot llrxt to sec bow they pan flmno was washed away. This turns
out as laboiers on the sugnr plaulu- out. fortunntely, to bavo been a mis
linns. lake. Tho damago to tho fluino Is 'not
'Tho Klllplnos on board tho Doric aro ut nil extensive and will not cost a
In chniKO of Albert !'. .ludil. who was grent deal to repair. A considerable
In tho Philippines for many months iimuuut of earth, stones and other do
looking Into labor matters. Although brls wns washed In Humes and ditches
he met with considerable antagonism by tho running streams of water cio
on the part or tho Mnnlla Chamber of nted by tho storm, ami In a number
Uonimeiie, which viewed with great of places the roads weio considerably
disfavor his plans to take away pint damaged, Repairs, however, will not
el their labor supply, nnd even with lie expensive, being mostly In tho way
rldlculo on the part of tho Manila pa- ol extra labor.
The plans for the carnival of tin
wnllan sports to bo held at the Wnl-
Idkl beach on New Year's Day nro pro
RrcssinK most favorably under tho
liandllnR of Secretary Jack Atkinson,
who ha Interested nearly nil tho va
rious residents of that locality, Tho
Moruia Hotel has already como for
ward with a subscription of $50 to
help defray tho expenses and did so
voluntarily, .Subscriptions will bo ask
cd of others in tho next few days.
Tho event of tho day will bo a six
pnildlo canoe race for tho champion
ship of tho Hawaiian Islands. This
should prove lo bo very Interesting,
nnd Hie Inter-Island feature Is already
assured, as an entry has been received
Irom tho Kona crow which come down
on Regatta Day anil cleaned up tho
crows from Walklkl In the smartest
sort of shape.
The old Alnbamn crew will bo out
for the null! and II Is expected that
the victory of tho Kona crew will have
Interested tho llawallans on Maul and
Kauai to such an extent that several
entries may bo expected from those
Islands, Waialun ami Walnnan also
promise In set what they have in the
nine of championship timber, Tho
prltes for this contest, In case there
nro six ranoes or more, will be $10
per paddlo for tho first prlic, $." for
the second, $.1 for third and $1 per
paddlo for tho fourth crew to finish.
There will also ho other canoo rnces
mm for four-paddlc canoes and nlso
for double nnd slnKlo paddlers. An
nmateur slx-paddlo race will bo on tho
curd and Secretary Atkinson says that
ho will have something doing In this
event. Ho claims tho championship
of the world for tho amateur crow
which ho will have with him and Is
only nfrald that tho publication of
cncli a notice may prevent others from
entering. There ro a number of olh
ers, however, who believe that they
can get up crows which will bo nhle lo
bold their own, nnd tho race should he
Another feature which will bo new
In this city Is a six-oared pig rnro lie
tween tho two Rlrls' rowing clubs In
tho city. Itoth have slRnlflcd their In
tention of entering crews, They will
race In public on Now Year's Days for
tho llrsl time nnd their ninny friends
will be out In force tn cheer them on
Tho spectnculnr part of the program
will bo found In tho surf-riding exhlbl
lions, for which prizes will nlso lio of
fered. There will bo contests In rid
tticr tho surf on bonrds and In canoe
nnd cvcrr'trlck of tho paddlo or twist
of tbu body which will show gruco will
be taken advantage of.
A race for Canadian canoes will nlso
bo made ono of tho events II cnougn
ntrlcn ran be obtnllied, and tho pro
gram will bo still more Increased If
i Is found that enough money can bo
obtained lo mako tho alTalr more oiuu
entries for tho various nvems
Mluuilil be made with .1. K. Morgan, of
tlio Promotion Conimlttro at lib of-
While certain sources arc trying In
evciy way to foment trouble between
this country nnd Japan, -the following
letter shows more- clearly than nn
thing else the cordial relations whlth
exist between tho two governments:
Unit. W. W. Joynes, U. 8. It. C. Man
nlng, Honolulu, It. T.
Dear Hlr: When tho Japanese steam
er Chlusa Maru ran on tho reel ou
were so kind ns to gho willing mid
ready nsslstnnco to tho vessel.
I wlh tn express, ut this first op
portunity I have, my profound thanks
for the very valuable and timely assist
ance. I shall take tho earliest occasion
to icport tills friendly act to the Jap
nni'1,0 government, when no doubt, the
propel oftlclat cognizance will be tiil.cn
I remain always, my dear sir,
Yours most respectfully,
(Signed) MIKI 8AITO.
II. I. J. M.'ii Consul (icnet ill.
There were two lulcr-tsliiiid Ixints
pulling on tho Chlusa Maru when the
Manning arrived and with theh assist
ance tbu Japanese steamer was pulled
off Hie reef, where slio lay expoed In
tho heavy swells which would have
damaged her badly If prompt aid hint
not been taken to her when It wiui
flive Cigars To Any Man Who Smokes
"A Holiday box of Cigars makes' a graceful and pleasing gift for any smoker. Here is a list of
Ihe best cigars In the market, any of which we are ready to deliver. Ladles may order by 'phone or
at our salesrooms.
Imported Havana Cigars
' Bock &. Co.'s Panetelas.
" A F R I C A N A f
Imperialcs, Prlnclpes, Sublimes, Honolulu Oems.
Imported Manila Cigars
Invincible Extra, Incomparablcs, White House, Jockey Club, Panetelas, Perlectos, Lanccros, Londrcs
Stogies, Prlneesas, Favorltos, Vegueros. .
American Beauty, Army A Navy, Pcrfectos, Londres.
Clear Havanas and Domestic Cigars
American Eagle, Perfecto Extra, Panetelas Flno, Estrellas, Conchas Especlales.
Royals, Perfectos, Monarchs, Sublimes, Needles, Ideals, CI Commcrelo.
A M O R I A a
Regalia, Imperial Flnas, Panetelas.
"" CASWELL CLUB
ALSO THE FOLLOWl'NQ BRANDS:
Anna Held, Blue Teal, Cremo, Continental, Perfectos, Dragoon, Fantella, Irby's, L.i Cosccba, Cu
banas, Planta Porto Rlean, Van Bibber, La Preferencla Squares, elc, etc.
H. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd.
Wong yi". llliellee In the iIIvimCO
proceeding U"u. '' "gainst I'"" '''
hU wile Anulc Wong Mail, todu
through his attorney, V.. M. Wntsun,
tiled n motion, to uuash llm sumiiions
on the ground Hint It is not miuio re-
turnablo as required by law.
pors, .1 mill gained the protection or
tho Commissioners, and succeeded In
picking his laborers from a trlbo
which is considered to bo tho most In
dustrious In tho cntlro nrchipclagn.
Four seamen olf the scurvy-laden
chip W. 1". Habcock, which arrived off
port last Friday practically out of pro
visions and disabled on account of the
tilckiiess among her crow, havo libeled
,!. ul.l.. r.. -. llfkD ,,l,nn Tt,n III.aI
nil) mull " u,v,'i niiivii-. , uu iiuwi - ..... . , i I.
which was brought this morning nnd even talked with any Japaneso , .bout It,
served on tho ship by United States
NO DANGER OF JAPANESE
(Continued from Pane 1)
ho thinks the courts ought to bo ublo to
ft ml homo way of mukliiR tliosu who
havo Interrupted tho cxeliango pay ror
what the Territory loses. "There am
certain lands," Mild the Oovornor to
claj. "which llm Tcirltory wanta very
much lo acquire, and efforts havo been
made all during my administration to
get hold of them. Of course, I can't nay
what they lire, mi that might spoil our
chances, I hope this matter will not
Keep us fiom getting them.
Charles day lilmseir today denial
tho truth of tho rumor that ho Intend
ed to Icaso l.-inat to Japanese. '"I havo
no Intention of leasing thn Island tn
any Jupniicro," ho said. "I havo not
PAYMKNT Or' WATKIl ItATKS.
Ai provided lor In Chapter IS of tho
UnvlM'il I-aws ol Hawaii Ifluo. all per
kjiis holding wutei privileges or those
paying water rates uro hereby untitled
that Ilia water rales for tho six l)
mouths ending Juno 3U, 1907, will lie
luo and paynblo on tho llrst ciuy oi
On all such nites remaining iiiipuui
on January 15. 1'jU7, an
Judge lliipal, district magistrate or'
the Island or Hawaii, gave thn douliln
cross lo .:iiid Commissioner l'ratt In '
u way that makts Hint mrlal and (lo-1
criinr Curler feel that ho has soinethlut.
(ouilng to him,
Judge llupai Is ono of thoOlaa home
steadcr. Ho Is also one of those win.
havo not fulfilled thn conditions under
which they took up tho land. There
uro quite n number of them who hnvqj
persistently refused to carry out thcli
end or the bargain, and n largo part of
Commissioner Pratt's recent mission
(o llllo wan to straighten out these
matters and to sccuro, the relinquish
ment ol the lands by 'those who han
not lived up to their contracts.
Among others whom Mr. l'ratt saw
was Jndgo llntiiil. Tho Judge, Oovcr
nor Carter says, has been very persist
ent In his refusal lo keep up his end
ut (ho bargain, lie has been warned
r.cveral times, nnd tho Governor and
Ihe Commissioner havo been ns easy
en hint us posfllile. Homo time ago
they asked him lo decldo dellultoly
whether he would live on the laud tho
two years required, llupai asked h
I'ltln time lo think tho matter over, U
was grunted him, but hi has done until
ing In tho matter jet.
When CommlsKloner l'ratt saw him
Mi his recent trip, the magistrate prom
ised to relinquish the land. So tar
everything was Hue, and the Conimls
Inner thought that the mutter was set
tled permanently. Ho nimo back lo
Honolulu still thinking hi.
Ai.d then ho round waiting ror him
r m.imlnnius, by means or which lln-
i.al endeavors to forcn the Territory to
grant him title In tho land.
"We tried lo bo as easy on him as
IkisMIiIc," said Governor Carter, "and
nn he Is trying to be harsh with us.'
Thii matter Is now up to the court
Ml1 WWII Hill I HI I IHI.I.U.JOUAttUWU"
(Continued from Page '.)
trresl, the nolo becomes duo ut onto,
and Hit mortgago may bo lorccloaed.
Tho Knplolntil ICstato claims an In-
i.iitiilniiuil terest In tho real property by reason
Marshal Hendry, tells u tain of suf-
foilng, hunger and thirst that ono dooa
not expect tn hear tlieso days. Such
tales wcro common cnougti In tho
days of balling vessels and long voy
ages, hut It is not often nowadays tint
a ship comer. Into port with a good
part of her crow down with scurvy,
their gums swollen, their nnldcs, knees
' and legs bloated, stuggcrlng, almost
too weak lo stand.
That this condition of ufTalrs pro
nllecl on liouul tho Ilabcocl: the four
fultors. Chailes May, J Ouiiderscu, II.
llalvorsen anil II. C. do Vlsser claim.
Tlioy further claim that tho cauuo of
(Continued on Pane 4.)
nor havo any Japaneso talked to mo
In tho matter of tho caso ol Harry T.
Mills versus John K. IWIker, which Is
being bitterly fought, Judge l)e Holt
this morning disallowed tho objections
of the defendant lo the proposed bill
Thn ship W. K. Dabcock, which has
been lying outsldo lor tho past three
days and put In hero In distress on her
way to Portland, will couio Insldo tho
harbor this attcruoou.
Tho trial of Minnie Ijutcaster mid
Walker for unlawful cohabitation, lint
been postponed uiilll 'i p. in. Wednesday.
chargo or 10 pel cent will be mado.
All privileges upon which rates ie
main impuld on February 10. t'JJ7, aro
subject lo linmcdlaUi shut olf, without
Hatea aro payable to the Ullll.r
CI,i:i(K o( thn Department of Public
Works at thn otllee of the HONOI.UI.li
(K) J. U. HOWhANll.
Superintendent ol the Honolulu Water
PAYMUNT OK 8KWEII ItATKS.
In iiccordancu wllh Chapter 81 of the
Itevlscd Uiwb ut 100r., all those IioM-
lug sower privileges or paying sower
ratra uro hereby notified that the sower
rates foi the bIx (fi) montlis cudluis
June 30, 1007, will be doe und puyablo
at the ulhH of llm SupcilutendciU ol
Public Workb. on the llret day of Janu
A failure to pay such lates wuniii
U perhaps the strongest sea story ever
HENRY C. ROWLAND
DUY THE DECEMBER
AND READ IT
The CHRISTMAS issue is the best
alt-round literary production on sale
Get it at your newsdealers, or
THE METROPOLITAN MAOA2INE,
3 WEST TWENTY-NINTH ST.,
NEW YORK CITY.
ot a mortgago mado In Its favor on
August 19, 1303. W. It. Castlo ctllllim
an iiiurcat by reason ol a deed miuio to
Mm by W. C. und Mury Achl January
11, 1901. Mary Acht'a Interest IIoj In
bet dower rights.
Tho plaintiffs nsk llm Court tn order
the property sold, und to allow them to
become tho bidders und purchasers or
It. claiming that their Interests would
i.nlfcr If any other parties should bo nl
lowed to become the purchasers.
Judge Do Holt this morning Issued
uu order discharging Ida Pattorwin, ex
tciitrlx of tho cstato of George W. Pat
terson, deceased, Ironi fitrthrr duties
mill responsibilities, tho estato being
administered und tho accounts ol tho
Entries to the Agricultural Inhibi
tion may be made by Phone Uluo 112,
lliiiu now nil wi'imosnay cvciiuis,
December 19th. or in perron at tho ex
hibition hall, Queen street. I. U
'Ihe case ot the Chinese clrl, Yt-e
Illtcen (15) days thereafter will subject 1 yaw, claimed by tho Clovcrnnient oin
tho holdcis to 10 per cent additional Iclals to Im unlawfully In tho country,
Is being heard this uttcruoon In tho
United States Court.
Tho ciibo ol fieorgo It. Ilemeuwny, '
trustee, versus tho Honolulu Clay Com-1
I paliy et ul. wiis submitted to tho Ku- j
I . .., I.. I..... 4 .I....I-
i prcnio i;ouri lomiy on i'iivib. n i-
Approved: Chief Clerk.
C. 8. IIOI.I.OWAY.
Superintendent of Public Works.
Department of Public; Works, Decern-
bei 15, 1907.
Dec. 17, :'.', 25. 2i, i'i. 31.
The Holiday Showing of Suitable Christmas Gifts here are not antique relics of stock bought
for a Christmas gone; but are genuine new goods, clever In derlgn and "of beautiful usefulness" for
the Christmas to come. We want you to visit the store and see the showing, so only mention here
a few articles from the "sparkling Jeweled panorama of gems of beautiful usefulness":
Umbrellas, with detachable Handle
Gold-Headed Walking Sticks,
Military Brushes and Combs,
Seal Rings, Fobs, Chains, Links,
Collar Buttons, Studs,
Tic Pins and Clasps, Match Boxes,
"A SPARKLINQ JEVELED PANORAMA Ol GCMO Or BCAUTIFUL USCrULHESD"
M. R. COUNTER, Jeweler
1152 Fort Street
' eiou la expuUu. tomorrow.
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