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EVENING! ntlMXTlN. IIONOI.UM', T. II., Wi:i)Ni:si)AY. JAN. 2.1, 1907.
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THURSDAY, FRIDATAND SATURDAY
Last Three Days for Specials in
At Price Almost Cut In Two
STYLISH DRESS GOCDS
Cray mixed, 56 Inches wide,
Jt.00 quality 8()i yd,
DLUC MIXED SUITINQ
66 Inches wide,
$2.25 quality ....
56 Inches wide, All New; Brown and
$1.25 quality 85 yd-
Doublo width, 90c quality ,. 60 )
NAVY BLUE CHEVIOT SERGE
All Wool, 60 Inches wide,
i 1.00 quality 80J yd.
FOUR GREAT LEADERS
WHITE SILK GLOVES
Buttonleis, sizes 6, 7, 7 1-2 and 8,
65c 'quality 45 pair
LISLE 8UEDE QLOVES
In Black and Gray, all sizes,
60c quality 10 pair
DLACK TAFFETA GLOVES
2 Buttons, all sizes,
35c quality 25 Palr
'" ' '
ODD LOTS OF SILK AND LISLE
In broken sizes, will be marked at
J3tf HALF PRICE -K
r WHITE SUEDE KID OLOVE8
Elbow lengths, sizes 5 3-4, 6 and 7
$1.50 quality at 05 P'r
N. S- SACHS DRY
Has Stood the
VL fBimci cimsa eg Jt
SatiKSatttllatXatKKatX XKXataf SXXatlKR
between the cost of Keroiene and Electricity and the de
grees of comfort and satisfaction obtained from the two
lllumlnants that It seems ttranne that Electricity Is not
Installed In every home. Cleanliness, cheerfulness and N
comfort are admirably served by the Incandescent Light
and home Is happier and hoalthier for its use. Call us up
on tho 'phone, and we will sepd a man to talk to you
Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.
Tel. Main 390
GUM AND LOCKSMITH.
GENERAL REPAIR 8HOP.
Safe Opened, Typewriters, Cash Reg
isters and 8ewlng Michlnei, Lawn
Mowers cleaned, adjusted and repaired
REMOVED TO UNION 6TREET.
ALL-WOOJ. FANCY SUITINGS
60 and 54 Inches wide,
$2.00 quality .
BLUE MIXED SUITINQ
All Wool, Double Width,
CAMELS HAIR PLAID8
All Wool, extra wide,
75c quality 40tyd
125 65J "
BLACK FANCY CREP0N8
Double Width, $1.00 quality 50 yd.
ALL-WOOL MIXED SUITING
Double Width, 90c quality. 60 yd-
R. & G.
AT LES8 THAN CATALOGUE
This may seem remarkable and no
doubt Is,' as under ordinary circum
stances we would not be permitted to
sell them at less than catalogue prices,
but these are lots that we are going to
discontinue, hence you get the bene
fit; they are ALL NEW, Up-To-Date
50c COR8ET8 35
76c " 55
$1.00 " 75
i-25 " 05d
l-50 " S1.15
-oo " SI .05
2-5o " .. si.no
$2-75 " .,..!. SS.OO
$3.50 ". $2.35
AT A SUBSTANTIAL CUT IN
BEGINNING ON MONDAY
$1,50 BED SPREADS . $1.15
$1.75 " " . 81.40
$2-00 " " . 81.65
2-25 " " . 81.75
$250 " ' . $1,05
Test of Time
There Is no experiment Involved In
It lut stood supreme above all oth
ers through years of constant uso and
has never been equaled In quality.
YOUR GROCER HA8 IT!
& Co., Ltd.
At Low Prices
. HOTL STREET JEWELERS.
m 11 m m
No Serious Strife -Oyer
Lanai Land Case
Tim dove of peaco has again, for the
present nt least, perched nliovn Ilia
clinlr of Jiibtlco In Judgo Uo Holt's
court. The Btorni clouds luivo lilnwn
away nml tho multortngs of thunder
nnd flushes of oratorical lightning that
crtcrdny gleamed lurid through tho
Judicial murk ero today things nfjlhe
pust. , p
There la kIIII electricity In tho air,
however, nml nt any moment the storm
clouds niny ngnln appear nhoro tho
horizon. Hut for the present the sun
"The I.anal matter was up again to
day. The phase of It to bo derided
Win Deputy Attorney flcueral Mllvcr-
Ioii'h motion for an extension of time
In which to fllo hi 'answer to tho hill
In equity, In rnsu It should bo neces
sary for him In do so.
Judge Clear, of course onnosed nnvli'ast K'ar was fourteen Inches and dur-
such extension. In doing so, ho saldiK "- lwo ,,r ""J lu Btorm
that ho thought Mr.-MlliCrtnn was put-1 that much, less ono Inch, foil.
tuife imiiituii 111 it vuiiuiin linniwii, 111 j
that wiiiiu, lip U7)c.f tho jurisdiction
of Judge Dp Holt howas still coming
deforc him wlili'n modem.
M Overtoil replied thnt ho did not de
ny all jurisdiction on tho part of the
Judge. ..Hecontended thnt Do Holt
had no right to mako any order or rul
ing thnt would tend to usurp tho func
tions of tho Supreme Court or to con
flict with thu rights of that court. Hut
tho Circuit Judge, ho stated, still had
jurisdiction In sonio mi)K,
Iu case tin)
Supreme Court should sustuln Judgo
Do Holt In his ruling of yesterday, tho
Attorney nencnil Department wanted
to lo In court In tho matter, without
nny prejudlco to its rights. For thnt
reason, ho asked thu Court to grant
his motion nltowlng him ten days from
tho lime tho Supremo Court should
hand down Its decision In tho matter of
thu appeal, in case such decision
should ho ndvorso lo thu respondents.
Clear stated that ho could seo 110
reason for any extension of time. Tht
Court had ordered the respondents to
itnsMcr lo tho hill In equity by tomor
tow night, nnd ho wanted that ordol
Mllvorton contended that If tho 8
emo f!oiirt MlimiM Kiifttnln tlm nmtonl
promo Court should sustain thu npiicnl
on tho question of the demurrer thero
would bo no reason for tho respond
ents to reply to tho hill on Its merits
Do Dolt finally said thnt ho would
gle MllVertnn until Saturday after
noon In which to fllo his answer, and
II, on Saturday morning, there nppear
cjl any good reason why ho could not
,liae tho answer ready, ho would list
en to a motion for a little more time.
Tho matter comes up In tho Su
I renio Court Friday morning on ni
peal. The Court mny decldo off-hand
lis lo Judgo Do Holt's Jurisdiction In
tho matter nnd his right to Inko tho
action ho did yesterday In cancelling j
tho Interlocutory decree and tho order
allowing an appeal. It Is rather prob
able, liowoer. that no decision In the
matter wllJlKJhanild;down until Mon
da) luomlh&ijln jiiic)icnso, under
Judgo Do IlU,'i tilling, thu Attorney
General's1 Department must luivo Its
answer In by rmtu'rdiiy or else lose lit
light to como before tho Court In tho
mailer nt all, nnd McCnndless would
In such enso win by default.
Thero Is little question, of cnurso, as
lr tho Circuit Court's decision on tlm
bill In equity, hut In enso Judgo Do
Holt has tho matter referred hark to
him, and decides In favor of McCand
less, tho Attorney Ceneral wants to bo
In position to tnko an npiioal to tho
Supremo Court on tho bill. It Is for
that reason that tho mot Ion was pro
scntcd this morning asking for nil ex
tension of time, so that tho respond
lints may still be before tho Court in
tho matter and retain their rights.
KAUAI TO HAVE
II A. Jaeger, constructing uuperl.r
trndrnt with tho Wnlnilm power plant
on Kniml, left for that island la.t
night. Work will ho icsiimed on
dltthcs and timnelH ot tho Kokuha s)H
tern and pushed along with nil speed
With this end In view Mr. Jaeger lb
working a gang of thrco hundred men
Mr, Jaeger snys that the Kauai rail
load Ih as good as started now. Cap
italists from the llast have becomo In
(crcbicd In the "project nnd Its building
! uu assurid fact. The railroad will
lunch sovcial plantations, Kokahu
among tho number.
BULLETIN ADS. PAY
P. E. R. Stradch
l-urnlhed 5r.cottage, Manoa Valley,
Ideal Summer Home, Large Pool
for swimming. Mountain air. Sta
ble. Near car line. $17.00 per m.
7-room Cottage near Knlulahl School
e1C. per m.
IT WAS VERY WET
STORM AT KEKMA
(8peclal to The Uiillctln)
Kcknha, Knlial, Jnn 2V Tho recent
rain nnd storm On Kanal nns probably
most destructive nt Kekalia. For over
s week the entire country surrounding
the mill was completely submerged.
Immense quantities of w titer felt In
the mountains and came down In
freshets to tho level land. With It
eamo .much red dirt from tho higher
lands, which settled In tho canc-ficlds,
tilling tho furrows and entering tho
stalks to n depth of several feet. Tho
largest damage will ho on thu ungrown
fields of rattoon cane.
Tho two school teachers here,
Misses Wrinkles nml On Tnl, experi
enced much iicrsonal Inconvenience.
Water stood for dajs three to four feet
deep about their cottage nnd th-
school house. The siholars put in ono
entire day attempting to drain tho
Mko about the buildings, but oven aft
.cr this tho tencheis, In going from
their homo to the school, were foiceJ
It wndu through water high up their
Tho rainfall nt Kekalia during the
BILLY SHELDON HAS
PET 'BILL TO
RAISE JURORS' PAY
(Special to Tho llullelln)
l.lliue. Kauai, Jan. 22. W. J. Khcl
itmi nl.1rlf.1l to tho House of Henre-
, natives from this dlstilct, will go
to Honolulu 'soon. Ho Is going there
some time In udvancu of tho date set
for tho legislative session, In order to
secure sntno information ho wants.
Mr. 8holdon"'iixirosses himself ns
believing ho Will prefer to llnuso to
the 'Senate, whero iio was two yenrs
Ho ntirnscH It this wa: ''There's
always something doing In the House."
In n conversation lately ho admitted
luring a "iiel" measure. It Is 11 hill
to Increase tho. pay of jurors from $2
to $3 n day. Hpjs cxy anxious to nco
this "pet" hill become n law nnd says:
"It n nimi gives up his business In or
der to purvo tho Territory, ho should
t t, ,0ilgl rocoVo enough pay lo ilij
. . .. . . . .. . . , i i ..
fray his expenses." itf i "
1 Tho iinnu.il mcctltig.nf the Farmers
Institute of Hawaii will bo held at Ka
inchnmchn Hos School, Honolulu, on
Saturday, February 2, 1007.
Tho program will lo as follows:
2:30 P. M -
HcHrt or tho Secretary-Treasurer.
Dlertlon of officers.
4 P. M.
Inspertlou of tho farm and shops of
Knmeli luielin Manual Tralnlnr,
7:30 IV M -
Music '...Knmchumelm (lice Club
'Address of Welcome
President P. U Ilorno
Hesponso and President's Annual
address Mr. Jarcd O. Smith
Music. Kauiehiinieha Mandolin Cluh
Ohservntloiis on somo Hawaiian
Crop lllights Dr. N. A. Cobb
Music . ..Knmchamcha (lice Cluh
Tho Camphor Industry
Mr, I.. CI. Illnrkman
A cordial Invitation Is extended to
all who nrn Interested.
ill oHEfM SAYS DF
ill if H
l.lhue, Kauai, Jan. 21, S. Sliclm,
who has been In Honolulu looking Into
(he supply of Japanese labor for Kauai,
returned to l.lliuo last Wednesday. Ho
Miys that he found 11 great number of
Jnpaneso In nml around Honolulu who
would be willing to roino Ip-ro to work,
but that the money question wits nil
obstaelo In tho way of many, The
I.ad been without work for along time
nnd wcio therefore In debt lo tho cooks
that had boaided them during their
Udlcnehs mid hud no money with which
to redeem tho 1 lotting and other prop
city, left ns Keurlty, not to speak ot
cash to pit) for their faro by steamer.
A lot of new- inlHirers aro now com
ing from Jnp.in on pnrsporls Issued b
the gotcinmcnt Insl eur, Tills sup
ply he thinks will, however, soon ha
exhausted, as he learned froln reliable
nuthoilty Hint further .passports would
not bo Issued until tho present mis
iMiilirctniiilliig between Japan and lha
United Ktiiloa hid been settled.
Tho training snundioh, which the
Jnp'iuesQ government has sent out lor
Mil extended cruise Is expected to ai
live In Honolulu about the 25th Inst
live in iinuniu 11 nuoiu me 25111 inst..i. . .7 : ... "
mid meal prepnruilons nro being made
iiv 1110 .innanofo 111 town to receive and
entertain them during their stay. To
avoid nil complications It had been
iigdrteA. t l" semi, thu. ite'et to tho
HI TO Li)
Believed To Be Result Of
Sargent's Visit .
Tho news thnt 200 Japanese passen
gers on the Alnmedn wore refused n
landing by tho Ann Francisco Immigra
tion nuthorltles tins been received with
great satisfaction by thu local sugar
men, who hope this mny proc lo ho a
rtep townrds restricting the exodus of
Japanese laborers from Hawaii to tho
While at rirst blush It would seem
Impossible to apply tho law providing
against Immigrants under contract to
people trailing from ono part of tho
United Slates to another, ns from Ha
waii to Sail Francisco, n closer Investi
gation shows that this Is not nt all Im
possible. "I hcllcc," said n prominent sugar
man this morning, "that tho Alameda
Japancso were rejected under tho sec
tion of tho Immigration laws which
sajs "That no alien who shall enmo
Into tho Unltod ,8tntes In violation of
law shnlL be deported to the coun
try whence ho camo nt nny time within
two j earn alter arrlvnl( at tho expense,
Including onehiilf of the cost of Inland
trausKrtntion tit tho port of dcHirln
Hon, of Uio person bringing such alien
Into tho United Stairs,' etc. tinder
this section It would bo quite possible
lor the San Francisco Immigration offi
cers to domrt Jnpnneso arriving from
Hawaii, In splto or tho fnct that they
had been admitted here.
"It Is quite probable that this Is ono
of tho results of Commissioner Sar
gent's visit hero. Ho undoubtedly no
ticed tho wny Japanese wero ourlng
from Hawaii to tho Const. Tho Japan
cso Ooverntuent docs not encourago
emigration to tho mainland, hut docs
not object to Its citizens coming to Ha
waii It thereforo issues passports on
ly ns far as Hawaii, and not to main
land ports. This Is thu reason why
many Jnpaneso land hero, stay hem
until thu arrival of tho next boat to tho
Coast and depart, tho mainland having
ml the time been their rent destina
tion. Undoubtedly tho Japancso hotel
kccers In Sim Francisco, thu big cm
plovers ' labor there and tho Immi
gration companies in Japan Induco em
igrants to go Jo tho Coast by showing
what profllnhlo employment can bo
found there, in splto of tho fact that
tho law1 Is vory strict, prohibiting even
the securing of labor by advertisement
In a foreign country.
"Now Sargent probably noticed nil
this and made arrangements on his re--
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t TERRITORIAL ESTIMATES :
(Reviewed By Trnns-Pnclflc Trad) -t
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Through the courtesy of the Ex
eciitive.Avetire'Jililc to give lite csti
tnat.es' of (lie different department
heads of -the .Territorial government
for tho next hiennial period, ending
June 30,' lyoy, comparing tlieni
Secretary . ,
Public Works .':
Water Works X
Agriculture and Forestry..
Federal Experiment Station
Public Lands .
High SMierifF ,
Public Instruction .,,...!
Hoard of Health
Government Physicians . . .'
Land Registrar ."
Decrease . '
Increases of salaries arc sought
tu all departments with the excep
tion of the Survey office, the Hoard
of Ifealth and the Auditor's office.
Hut more than 'half of tlie larger
amount asked comes under the
itcm of $175,760 for the Depart- cd by the higher level of prices for
hicut of, Pubjic Instruction, which household commodities that prevail
means a return Hi normal salaries throughout the United State;,
tor the teachers. Without knowing In the mailer of larger appropria
the special rcasoiis that have in- lions for departmental expense ac
tpircd the request for an aildltion .counts, the Department of Public
of $68,660 under the Ueparttncnt j Instruction agaii) comes to the front
nf Piilillc Works, and nf Sj6.2JO with n reouesf for 8167.60: innri.
fnr ,lK ""rcaii nf Agriculture ami
Foreslrv. thp amounts seciti laree
though' to warrant careful scrutiny
as to the need for such increased
or atlditioiial salaries. Such sent
HE SHIRTS wc
have a touch, a
that at once suggests dressings.
Shirt wearers arc beginning to recognize "that
little difference" between a shirt that fits perfectly
and one that does not. And its just that difference
that adds greatly to your comfort as well as appear
ance. We Make 'Shirts To Order
We make them to fit perfectly; besides they're
made stronger and will wear longer than the
usual ready-to-wear kind. A large quantity of
fresh new samples now on display. It will take
only a minute to look them over and leave your
M. Mclnerny, Ltd,
COR. FORT AND MKRCIIA'NT STREETS.
turn to have secret service ngents on
tho steamers going from this port to
San Francisco. It is very probable
that tho Japanese, nflcr having passed
thu trw-iit Inititltrrnltiiii Htnflfin nvntilllltl-
tlnn tltmitlit Hint tlml- worn unfn fllltl '
spoko more freely of their real Inten
tions while on thu trip to San Francis
co than they would othcrwlsu have
Cone, thereby giving tho secret scrvlo
men tho Information on which depor
tation was effected."
NO SEATS, NO FARES
Iji Crosse, Wis., Jnn. 4. Tho city
council Is considering an ordinance
making It a misdemeanor und punish
nhlc by One for tho conductors of tho
street cars, to (try to collect fares from
pnssongers not provided witn seats.
BULLETIN ADS. PAY
wilh llic appropriations passed liy
the. Legislature, in 1905, for llie
two yeans ending on June 30 ne.st.
The .tKKfPRntc amount asked for
the new period is approximately
?3.S'o.ooo, against wjiich is an esti
mated revenue of $3,200,000, thus
tiny they will undoubtedly receive.
In some instances wc believe that
salaries should be advanced espe
cially in the cases of competent of
ficials, who have families, and
whose cxncnctf have been incren-
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titan it received (luring the current
fiscal licrtoil. The .addition 10 the
(Survey Department's fund could
1 well be used in aidintr in the settle-
- lincnt. of. the laudsqf.tlic Territory,
make to order
ionc, or an air about them
A MISSIONARY NOVfL
Mrs. i:a I'mcry De, whose tliri"j
looks of life In the northwest hnvo '
been so successful, writes a Ilonoulil
"I am hoping somo of theso days to
como to the Islands and make the old
missionary era the subjert of a flew
story, n companion volume lo '.McDon
ald' and '.MeUughlln'..'
In the two Itooks noted nru many
pleasant and Interesting rcferein.es tu 1
Hawaii and llnwiillaus. '
Mrs. Djo's latest work Is "Tho Con
quest," jind it is something fine.
During the first three months of
lnnr, thero went MG strikes In the Clui
Wstkly Bulletin ftl fr ytar.
leaving lite doveriior a pruning of
3(10,000 lo do before he cm submit,
to the legislature a hudgcl that, tit
his opinion, will meet the needs of
lite Territorial administration, and
jet come within the income. The
ttdllelt 1, tli nlfn p... .t h f...
I.,,,..,, nuiiiii anil iil?i a iuiiitwi
increase than the S2.J00 nskeil fnrW
by the 1,-tntl OtTice if the work ofH
the one is to keep pace with the oth-
cr. 11 me auticii amount lor tnej
Hoard of Health, $24,660, will prcTJ
vent a recurrence of appeals to tlcj
IHople for special collections in'j
emergencies, it should be approved)
by the Legislature, for there isi
nothing more .undignified than for"
a public office tb seek private con-
Thfc Governor's ideas of the csti-
mates of his department hearts will
be gathcted fioin the inaliner ih1
which he eliminates the $360,000
that will bring expeiidituresnuthin
llinrvi'inifi it, m Wiiii'nii'ii''ri3frll