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KVENlrlfJ MlMaRTIK. HONOLUf.t'. T. II., TUKSUAY, PEII 12, 1007
A BIG SILK SPECIAL
27 INCHES WIDE, VERY STYLISH AND GOOD WEARING;
COLORS: PLUM, NAVY BLUE, GRAY CREAM AND NATURAL,
$tl00 Quality, - 65c yd.
Figured Foulard Silks
BLACK AND WHITE FIGURED AND COLORED,
75c Quality, 37 l2c yd.
NEW INDIA LINONS, NAINSOOKS
and LONG CLOTH
INDIA LINON from ?1.50 po. upwds.
Extra quality INDIA LINON at 20 YD.
Equal to any 25c quality.
LONG CLOTH, 12-yd. pieces, extra fine $2.00 quality, $1.65 pc.
NAINSOOK, extra quality, 12 ydi. in piece . 82.00 pc.
AT MONEY-SAVINO PRICES.
yard wide', full line of colors,
250 quality 20 YD.
N. S SACHS
law 'N'Pkwni'isK b
The woman is pleased because her ice bill is now cut in two and she
never has to worry about the condition of her food. The little boy is
happy he is going to get somethingnice and fresh to eat.
H. HACKFELD & CO., LTD.
BE HAM ONE
There will bo between 400 and 600
men In camp at Wnhlawa ndxt week
when the National Guard of Hawaii
assembles thoro for Its encampment.
Ruth Is tho statement made this
morning by Colonel Jnnos, who Is act
ively hupcrlntendlnR tho preparations
for tho outing of tho militiamen.
Resides tho four companies from
Honolulu, tho two outside companies
are coming, tho ono from Wallukti
and that from llllo. Practically the
jmtlio strength of tho National
Otmrd of tho Territory will bo thore.
Colonel Jones states that little, diffi
culty Is being oxpcrlomed on account
of unwillingness of pilvute employ
ers to allow their employes leave of
ubHento from their work to attend
tho encampment. In ulmost every
rase, ho says, roady consent has been
obtalnod. About tho only cases
whore employes have not been grant
ed loave to go Is where their ab
sence would necesjltnto the closing
riown of their eniplojer's business
Material (or the camp la going
down steadily. Kvory day there an
wagons on the road con eying tents
and other tamp oqulpmeiit. This
morning four wagons started for Wit
blawa with camp material.
The men will bo taken to the camp
by "train Instead of marching there.
Thoy are liable to got plenty of thnt
kind of exorcise utter they gut to
full 54 inches wide; Exception
al Value 50 yd.
Extra double thread, 51 inches
wide ,....,... 50,? yd.
DRY GOODS GO.
HAS MANY FRIENDS
HERE m TQ OF THEM.
camp. In addition, there will be tar
get practice and till tho usual drills
of camp life, such as feontry work,
dress parade, company and buttullon
drill, ote. Tho boys are going to bo
given n tasto of real soldiering and
woo betldo tho soldier who Is caught
DR. JOHNSTON IS
Tho second meeting presided over by
Or. Johnston was held at tho Central
Union church last night. An on tho
previous occasion tho church wus
packed to the doors
I)r Johnston's method of handling
his Mibjcrts aro original and Interest
ing. Tlicia Is a something nbout him
Unit attracts and holds one spellbound
during the dlsiourbo. A great many
passages In tho Ulblo, that liavo hither
to been veiled as to their Important
meaning aro brought into tho light ot
understanding In u clear and conclbo
manner. A courso of lectures of u
most Interesting nuturo will ba given
during the doctor's stay, Tho first Is
to ho held this afternoon at o'clock.
Whitney & Marsh, Ltd.
Tho Annual Meeting ot the Stock
holders of Whitney ft Marsh, Ltd.,
will be hold In tho board room ot the
Bishop Trust Co , Ltd., on I'rlday,
Feb. 15, at 4 o'clock p. m.
Ily older of tho Hoard of Directors.
JA8. L. COCKQUHN,,
Honolulu, l'b. U'. 1U07. SOH-St
A Hoard of Commissioners to pass
on all npnllcAtlons for liquor lleensos,
to time the power of granting nml re
voking licenses, and to tic endowed
Willi general supervision over all liquor
business of the Territory, Is one of the
principal features of the liquor license
Ian which wns considered by tho Kx
ecutlto Committee of tho Itopubllcnn
Central Commlttco at Its mooting last
night. This fcaturo of tho propone I
bill was approved by practically all
present nnd wag adopted, though most
of the other provisions of tho draft bill
were reserved for further considera
tion. Chairman nallcntjno of tho sub
committee on legislation, presented tho
araft of the bill, which was a length)
one, explaining ut tho iinmo time that
tho draft wan presented only tontatlvc
ly nnd for tho purpose of bringing out
suggestions and recommendations. Tho
lasls of tho draft he stated to bo tho
present liquor law, with amendments
which had been suggested by tho null
saloon lengue, tho liquor dealers nnd
Ono of the principal feature of t!n
bill, Mr. Undent no stated, Is the fees
for licenses. Tho bill provides for four
The first penults of the manufacture
of Intoxicating liquors, other than
wines, and their wile In quantities less
than live gallons, the liquor not to bo
drunk on tho premises. The humim!
fee Is $5. Iini
The second class allows of tho mail-
i.imlillu VI nniu mm lin ruiu ill ii.iu
titles less thun fln gallons, not to lie
consumed on tho premises; Too $5.
The third class Is tho wholesalers'
license nnd proldcs for tho sale of In-1
toxlcatlng liquors In quantities not
less than IKc gallons not to bo used
on tho premises. Tho license, fco Is
placed at 11000. '
Tho fourth and lust class Is the re
tail liquor dealers' license. It iiIIowj
uf tho sale of Intoxicating liquors In
quantities loss than llo gallons; lic
ense fee J 1000.
W. 11. rurrlngton nsked ir tho bill
did not provide for any small license
for tho .country. Hiilltnl) no , replied
Commissioner North Says
Can Do So
Tho Hawaii, as welt as any other
Territory or State, can, through tho
Hoard of Immigration, import Japan
ese, or nit) other class of people, un
der tnnliatt, Is tho opinion of Immi
gration Conimlislnnci Hart Noitli,
as quoted 111 tho San Kranclsto
Chronicle of I'cli. II. Howovci, a
mlstuko Is made In tho article by
classing thn Hpniilaids, whom tho
Hoard Intends to bring hero shortly,
us contract laborers, while, us a mat
ter of fact, ono of tlift,injijji cu,tuics
of tho muttei Is thit6(hoy up held
by no contracts to .mjoiic, and on
their arrival here aro froe to go
whero thej please. The article re
ferred to Is us follows:
If tho Hawaiian Immigration So
ciety, whirh has chartered a steam
ship In London for the purposo of Im
porting 1000 Spaniards to tho Ha
waiian Inlands to work as contract
laborers on tho plantations there
should chango Its mind and Import a
like horde of coolies from Japan in
stead, tho action "would be perfoctly
legal and In conformity with the
law. In case the latter were done,
tho Japanese, once having sot foot In
Hawaii, would bo at llhoity to pio
ceed, unmolested by tho Immigration
authorities, to tho United States.
This Information wus made publls
when local Immigration Commission
er Hart North was uBked for an opin
ion on the Issuo of 'the Hawaii socie
ty In bringing Spaniards to tho Isl
ands. Ho declares thnt there would
bo no violation of tho law In this
caso, and bases his stand upon tho do
dsion of Solicitor Charles Karl of
tho Department ot Commerce, and
Labor In the matter of tho Introduc
tion ot alien contract laborers into
the State of South Carolina In 1904,
which was Issued on December 25th
of last yenr by Oscar 8. Straus, sec
rotary of tho department. The decl
blon announces that any State or Tor
iltory can Import foreign labor In
caso ot need, but that It would bo Il
legal for u corporation or Individual
lo do so.
Some little anxiety Is being ex
pressed by the shipping men of the
city about the Uritlsh steamer Blaine,
duo hero from Newcastle with O.OOn
tons of coal, consigned to W. O. Irwin
& Co. Tho Klnlno Is now out 23 daya
from Newcastle and, according to the
captain ot tho Wimbledon, which
was here a fow das ago, sho should
havo made tho trip In less than 17
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HAWAII OHM ilUIIIW
in iimi lAH mmm
AS MAPPED BY
that thorp was no such provision Knr
rlngton thought thoro should be.
V T Itatvllns was also of the opin
ion that a lower license than tlOu')
should be provided for. Small coun
try places on Kauai and tho other Is
lands, ho wild, could not afford tojiiy
U000, but n man on Kauai had as much
right lo go nnd get his glass of beer
ns a resident of Honolulu. ,
Considerable discussion wasnrnucd
by tho clause that pro Ides that ii')
license shall bo granted to any one
who Is not n rcnl estate owner. The
provision was left rh read, for tho
Tho bill as presented contains no
local option clause. It Is practlcnll)
It Is provided that women and min
ors hhnll bo barred from entering sa
loon);. All partitions and screens nio
to come out of the saloons and cafe
where liquor Is sold. The suggestion
that screens In front of the windows
nnd doors shall ulso come down, leav
ing ever) thing open lo tho view from
the slreel, was not acted upon.
Tho bill pro hies that no license shall
bo granted to any person or coriotn
lion for more than ono saloon.
The matter of limiting tho number
of saloons In proiwrtlon to the popula
tion wns brought up. Hullenttne sug
gested that this vould do awa with
any Japanese question. This cIjiu.'
vvnt approved b tho Comulttrr
The mailer of a Hoard of l.lrciiM
Commissioners wns not Include I In Hie
bill us prevented to tho commltt'c, bill
was Incorporated on motloi. V O
Smith said that all politics should be
kept out of tho commission lie
thought this could bo accomplished bv
having tho commission nppolnted bv
tho Onvornor. John Hughes wanted
tho Shcrlft and the High Sheriff In
cluded In tho commission, but this wiij
not npproved. Kmitlt said the ought
to keep out of the commission both
politics nnd the police.
W. II. rnrrlngton moved that u sjt
tern of graded licenses lio appro ed
The details'' wero left for further con
sideration! Atlcr WJluitdlRcusslou hi:
motion was carried.
Gives, Detail Of Congress
' T.I J hit plU'"
Apr? rap Iff
Captain Otncll of the U. S. A. En
gineer Corps has received a copy of
tho Klcr and HnrlHirs bill. It' ion
tnlns tho following appropriations for
"Improving Honolulu Harbor, Ha'
wall. Continuing Improvement and for
maintenance, according to tho rcpoit
iiubmlttcd in House Document mini
bcrcd 332, 59th Congress, second ses
sion, $200,000. Provided, that a con
tract may bo entered Into by tho Scc-
etary of War for such material and
work as may be necessary to prosecute
bald project, to-be paid for as appro
prlatious from time to time may be
made by law, to an amount not exceed
ing in tho aggrcgato $200,000, exclushc
of tho amounts herein and heretofore
"Improving llllo Harbor, Hawaii, In
accordanco with tho project submitted
in House Document numbered 407, 59th
Congress, second session, $200,000,
Provided, that the Secretary of War
may enter Into a contract or contracts
for such material and work us may
ba ncccbbary to prosecute said project
to an amount not exceeding in the ag
greguto $200,000, to bo paid for as ap
propriations may from tlmo.to time be
made by law, In addition tn the
amounts herein appropriated: i'rovld
cd further, that modifications In said
plan may be made In the discretion ot
the Secretary of War, and that no pait
of said appropriation or outhorlzatlun
bhall ba expended unless the Chief ot
Engineer, upon further Investigation
shall determine that commercial bene
fits accruing fium such expenditure
will warrant tho same.
When Senator Win. P !re was re
nominated to the United States Senate
by the Legislature of Maine, the noni'
luntlng Bpcech was made by State Sen
ator Harold M. Sewnll ot Hath. Mr,
Sowall, elected to tho Statu Senate
from his home cltj, was tho only He
rubllcan successful In that city In an
election thnt tame very near breaking
tho hold of tho Ilopubllcuns on tho
control of tho Stute.
P. E. R. Straoch
Furnished Sr. cottnge, Minoa Valley,
Ideal Summer Home. Large Pool
for swimming. Mountain air. Sta
ble, Near ear line. $17.00 per in.
7-room Cottage near Kalulanl School-
lie, per m.
WAITY BLDQ. 74 8. KING 8T.
In hot weather
tight - fitting
underwear (f (Tv.
if itttkr and 1 jPTy
diiatfettble. I 1 i w
LOOSE-FITTING I J ' ML
Trade-Mark St. LJ(BP
Rig. U.S. I'iltnt Oflice, r,aw""7ssst
and bo cool
Accept no imitation, tvetell tlieon'ti'nal.
(Identified byB. V.D. red woven libel)
A complete selection of all iies and
style (or sale by us.
Tj& - ?ii&n?jr&rj - rJ -
MAY CRUISE TO
Tho uchtlnK season Is nearly
ii'udy to commonca and tho different
owners of boats aro preparing to
tturt tiiuclng their boats for tho
ecnts soon to bo announced by tho
llcgntta Committee. Thu nuirlna
railway ban had a number of tho
lirgcr )nchtH In Its clutches, being
cleaned, scraped and painted In prop
itiation for tie Kctibon of trade winds,
which will mean silling on ctcry
A number of the jachlsmcn ltainl
been talking ocr plans for a cruise
to MojokaL on .Washington's IJIrllf
duy and while.,, no dcllnlto plans
hae jet boen made It seems likely
that setcritl ImatHiwIll make the trip.
Tho plans, which may bo carried out,
will ho to lenvn hero Thursday after-'
noon and return Monday morning.
As Washington's lllrthday falls! on
iFrfday (Ills 'will 'mean that only Sift-
u r day. 'which' Is n half-holhlny'for
most of tho '(,htnmcn, will be miss
ed from work and it long outing can
be cnjojeil. A stop at Lahulna will
be on the program und a number of
other excursions, with a little shoot
ing and fishing on tho side,
Tho (Itud)s, probably tho fastest
jachl In tho '.. irl -i , l"'n ".n placed
on tho wn)s and complete! ov-
hauled and painted With n new
(oat of white paint alio was placed in
tho wntci alongside tho Alukea iitreet
slip. Just .before tho KntcrprUo tumo
Into port. Tho Unterprlsa is nn oil
burner and proceeded to dump it lot
of refuse oil In tho wntcr, which wns
thrown all over the tfca)i, lulut. The
tame thing happened; ioj,thq Hawaii
end the Kanicbauinti&j which wera
lying ncur by. It would seem us if
there ought to be some harbor regu
lation which would prevent the pol
luting of tho water with crude oil In
The Hawaii Is now nn tho ways
and Is being put In llrst-class shape.
A now deck is being put on umong
other repairs and Improvements, and
tho Hawaii will ha placed In tho
very best of condition bttore the sea
son opens. Tho Spray Is still lying
at Pearl Harbor, whero sho has been
Uie Carnation Cream with youi
cereal and you'll reproach your
self or not having done to be
fore. Itt richneis ii such that it
can be reduced one-half without
lessening its rarely delicious fla
is alwajs uniform in ijuahty. The
product ol herds of health), content.
edcovis. Evaporated .ind sterilized,
it is absolutely germ and bacterit.
free You will find it a perfect
horlening, far preferable to cooking
bi Iter or lard.
Doyoullkr Cinmei Chktfn? Milt It next lime
wall Larnitlnn Cream nj mark how kavory It l
HENRY M4Y & CO., LTD.,
Phone Main 22,
in hot weather depends on what you
wear next to your skin. Automobile
rides, electric fans, cold drinks, won't
make you forget the discomfort of
warm, close-fitting garments. Sub
stitute B.V.D. UNDERWEAR
AND BE HAPPY,
M. Mclnerny, Ltd.
COR. MERCHANT AND
T&ififiHtt4riHJ - ?&r&z: &
For Trade Winds
MOLOKA1 FEB. 22
slum she was pulled off tho beach
homo six weckH ugo. La Pnloma Is
also at Prarl Harbor and Captain
Mncfarlano Is getting her Into shapo
for another victorious season.
WHITE IP ME
lre White, who w.iu to nrrhu on
(ho) Korea to take (barge of
bowling nllcja at the Hotel llnths,
failed to appear yesturdaj and may
come on tho Sierra, duo tomorrow,
In thn meantime tho 'bowling ii1Ic)h
FJT-rti-v-tSi, ri iZz?J r-tJ
! The World's Record
1'0R 3,000 MILES
covercil the diitance in cven dnys, carrying four passengers at :;
a total operating expense of less than $50 without once stop- V
ping the engine. Tremendous sales enable the Mnxwcll-Briscoo X
Motor Co. to placo on the market a superior car at a wonder- j't
fully low price. The first shipment of these famous cars has 'S
just arrived nnd inspection is invited at the garage. i
i The Von Hamm-Young
Corset Covers Come
Time has elapaed since ordering them but they are equal to ex
pectations In daintiness and quality.
The covers are spring styles, substantially made and so daintily
trimmed that they will increase the pretty effect of ny shirt waist,
on any wearer.
The sizes include all measurements, and the prices are:
ISc, 25c, 50c, 75c, Sl.00, $1.25, 11.50.
Your Inspection Is solicited.
NUUANU betw. HOTEL and KING STrtCLVTS.
The Beef that Fattens and
Makes Weak People Strong
Beretania, Alakea and Union.
aro crowded ctcry night and many
of tho old-timers are gottlng buck
lulu shape Among thote who wero
Keen nt the allejs Inst night were:
J 1' Morgan, W II Mclnerny, I" A.
Mdnerny, C Hall, II Tomllns, ami
u t: n
.lames O'ltourke of llllo, tho owner
of Kgtptlnn 1'rliMCRK, the deter inaro
which hnn cleaned out almost every
thing on the Islands, Is ready to
match liH mi or against any borne In
I he Territory at nut distance, up t
n mile Ho wishes a side hot ot
ill BOATS SAIL
The two Pat Hie Mull steamers, thn
China and the Korea, left this morn
ing, thn China going to thn Const
pntl Ilia Korea to tho Orient Neither
boat tool, a vcr largo passenger list
from this port The China got away
a fow minutes after !, taking n small
amount of freight. She took on fiOO
Ions of ioal w hllo here Tho Koren
took six Japanese hack In their homo
country., nil immigrants who had
I.mm aiKMl intiftklualnn frn tlin lltitlm
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