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WE AHC HEADQUARTERS FOR
Qrcut Wemuii'i Remedy for Woman's Ills.
Fred Alles Tell of Southern California lxpur!unou
PINEAPPLE SILKS in all colon
CHINESE ORASS LINEN, by the piece or yard;
In white and blue.
EMBROIDERED ORAC8 LINEN CENTERS, SQUARES,
RUNNERS, TADLE COVERS, with napkins to match.
JAPANESE HAND-DRAWN LINEN,
HAND-EMBROIDERED SHIRTWAIST PATTERNS,
HAND-DRAWN SILK OHIRTWAI3T PATTERNS,
JAPANESE SILKS, In all colors.
Yi Imw ik-M'I' lirforr siilunitlisl ho fine ii
iii-1'lm tu l In- eritieitl iiinii'iiiii of I tit- l.nilici
it' lit if 'it ; riiiicL' lust week, wo Imvc uddcil
innii. New Models, besides
Gage's JPatt&m Hats
We will fciituiv it new lot of stiocially trimmed
from our own work-room, lit Sxciiil Low l'riw.
Thtjv include tin' liitcst iilitm from tho Milli
nery ( 'enters. We Imvu u collection of (lislimtt
I. different style, which will plousu yon in
etyle us well its in prici-; tltero mo XO TWO.
JIATK AMKK. I'omo iiiid Duo the now ulyhn
mill colors. Yon tire woleoiiic to I.OOIv AXIJ
ti:y Til KM OX.
iN. S. SAGHS DRY GOODS 60., LT
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I'M y - jvnaaiw'-n tfl
stands for the highest qatlirr, the most oareful workmanship. All
grades arc made in Full Soctions, Half Sections, Inside and Out
side Corner Brackets affording jrreatcr opportunities for artistic
and decorative effects than any other known make or kind of
H. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd.,
ln lull' h' n Klw-n to ill. 1 ,.s
VlC ' V HI MHll-1 II' III All llll
ilrr 1111111. II". 1 I mi M'iii.i.m ili. in. i'
i.t ( nn r1 1- tut' w .o. iiMMuh' up I.
I m-iI I. vl" - inn! In hi mti 1 tii a
(.lib ., Ililllillti iKiltl IIiIk tiioiuttig
. Mill t lull In l.os Ami. h x thu best
issuM had Iim n obtained li c-nri fill
now ihim-i inhcrltslaK Mr Alios l
II litixik-i iiinl know whucof lu
1 h -iks
"What linn been your experience In
tin- iiiatterT" Ur- rt-pnrler asked Mr.
M'ltt WH Mill'
I'.'l I 11I lll Sill
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'1 mi' h iiiiilniv In
-IP I' mill sonu ..
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whin lH klHIWII I l
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mil West. 111
practical Inquirer About these Islands.
M lino Im ih. 1. .-..ii 1I111I .1' ,.!
( I II -111 f iilliMll'-. til. H I1' II hull X '!
'I II ll I' fill -- I i.illllllllllM (III. I IM, l
( ii Ih 1 . .111 Ll .1 1 11.1 1 1.1 11 pi 11 lit ill man
i illl'lli.l H ll I t llptM'HI III Mllliplli'll
1 lll.rnliin- Into 11 H,. i,:.uti r lull If I vti-n on U eh
" Mnlnlanil as in mitt I'l. iinitlini ('nsiiiH i .- u .i)
tn Id was In till-1 ,11. (r. in ti I'm 11: ir all Hi. inonev mi
ml. I V. Vn riiKi.iiHRcil n'iiaicr led Ii) llio cuimiHI. v. Imtli jiuUllr alii
nun to visit us n nil - fimilslicd tln-m irlvilr fundH, would lir exM-nilod up
NtlUi matoflal fm I'dllwrinl loiters on Urn npwsiainrs publlKbi-d In tin ,
ImiiK'. Our best ri8iilt always canm ' Irlands and wry tlttlf otht-r Htcmtun'
tram articles In what I technically . iw.til'l bi mnt out to Innnlri'm.
'Wi' lino nlwoys bad our best re- known as tho 'ctninin m-wiapir.' Wc-1 - rt-allm tbn )u must havo for
hiIIm In (teeming iionnanrnt liomi-'rot small rcBltlls ikhii tho blR Unlllcs d.Htrlhutluti at railroad doputs and In
Ki.ktiM fnmi dlrert nowspaiicr work," md none al all. f.n us known, fmm fi.rmatlim buroatts sunir printed pain
Mild .Mr Alli-s "Por sumo yi-arx I '!' sxrlal cdllli.nv vntn-n np by tbo', Itlctf. llluatratfil nitb Island lix i
Ki'iwd us secretary of tlio linmlsra outside inotroiiulltan ni-Ksiiaiwrs." 1 1 lit In the main. 11k- Islands ran Ih- U':l
Hun Oiiiimliti'C of tin- Hoard of Trade "Alt' you not tn favor of Ronnrnl pie .inUi-rtlsed through your on pn-si
ml iiflcrnanlM si-rved as secrutnry or ti-rlal literature?" ns asked. "TV Promotlun Conitnlttce Is dolus' '
the Southern California I nun Iteration HcpIiIpiIIj , y llui not In ko Int'Rv k maKiilflreiit nork In aittf'rt IpIiik tin-1
AKSorlalinii I liaxe nlnK fnon'il i lie asltn as It ! iimiiiIK usi d A m Irnr-i Ihiik if Die Ti niton, but the!
l. tM-.iui i nrlli I. i- ii'i'l niii- "p. 'copy of the Bulletin s far away a bet- n. -iiiik'ik of tin IpIhiiiIk are doliiK u
limr" inM cl;il riiiiiimd to tin Im .il ter advertisement of Honolulu than rn.il il.nl limn tliui the C'onitultle'
ii-ipi'iH my pamphlet that can be mailed to a (nil ever li"M to t I
II I !! I III I I I I III I I III I I I I 11 I I I I lllll I.IH1 WI I I I I I M ..I I., l
THREE DOLLARS PER
c! DAY ATTRACTS MANY
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I x mmmmMiK X
Yv )&$$tiL h
AieuKlliiK to (ill IndlriitlniiH, tin UIU"MUI.I IIIIUWU, 'n. ultil f Siiih-mIi oi-h ni their
Od'liiilc Sleiiiuslilii Coinpati Is tu is-il Mi' Int. "" nlnln well! into etni -
tut of IiiihIiu'Kh ittul lliu ships of tin """ new Hint n nl inn I'ortU-1 I tli- ; e.snluli to dlsi iron Sheriff Inuke i
oniii.il) ko lo the boiiilholilurs niul (-'"''se iall-l thin in"i iiIiik for the i ihMiIk iirtluu of a few das uxo In re
cueiitK, the John I). SprerkvlH Coin '""" "" 'I"' Aluiin d.i bus created .i IiiuIiik to nu-ird prlmmem ill JmlRe
iiin. The Clnoiilcle of the 1.1tli lin ' ' '""' ''' "' "' ln"t anmiiK the euipl"-. lioliln-on k court iihiiii. lleKirteis mid
tlie'fullowliiK ruKardliiK the nnnlm of "" "' "'"" "' ''! cin At llrst ll ill others who were not members of
the compnii ; ' '"'' "iitKlit Unit tin endmuiita v.eru Hie llii.inl were excluilod from Hie
The miaii'rial affnirs of the Oceanic! '","1 ""' I'ortiiKuese who clime over, loom. Just why uirh iictliin was tak-Hti-amshlii
C'liiipiuiy were shown to be , "' ""' Suorlc n few mouths uko. but! hi no one would sa. Knnu'iniu biik
In ii illsublroiiH eundltlou at the minimi I "nestlK.itlo" showed Unit they vtutu f p.-cled that ll mliiht lie bevtliise of the
rtorkhohleis' uieetlui; estcrdny, nti'l "'en who lime been here for years and opinion of the Supervisors reKanllni;
Honolulu Undertaking Go,
1120 FORT ST. PHONE MAIN 178.
NIGHT CALL, PHONE DLUE 901.
M. E. GILVA MANAQER
Bl c. . a. jKr
lw l(lj(i fur unttttrtTil
lrn...lNiii.. M.M-uuii- vr iit.r.uuuc
IntE.wiCrtiuicuCa1'' "" "'" "'""m.
. a.ii.p., auii nui Kliril
J,ltll ft mM)QAUI
Hi, 1,1 by IliucKMa.
(trcUltf lllll UN Orqq.'it.
ills exiellded contlllil.'UICO 111 tbo trails-f
I'liclflc trade Is a matter of iloulit. llu,
I luce prlticlp.il itenmers, the Sierra,
Fiinoma and Ventura, plying between
I his Kirt mill Australia, have been ills
luiiiliiiicd. and tho service of thu Ala
lueiiii to Hniinlillii mid the Mariposa lo
'Inhltl Is Ihrentened, owIiik to lltnltuil
prollts in their further operation. Tim
company Is striiRKlinK under n heavy
bonded Indebtedness ami lurrensliic
I inixes. which will piobahly result III
fuiecloHiire by the botidliolilers.
President Joint 11. Hprcckols mil'l
yesterday In his annual report: "lliery
effort lias been exhausted In the nt
li nipt lo place the company's affairs
i. n a profitable footing. In view of lliti
loss, it has become necessary to with
'li'iu the stenmcrs from the AiiHtrnlla
i inn B( rlce."
Annual Loss Over $100,000.
It was made known nt jesterilny'u
nieetlm; Hint the net low diulm; lUUii
was 1or!,U7o.!l I An overdraft Is dim
.1. I). Spieckels & Co. of fl.X7T.IT9.CT.
a dliector of the company stated that
(he company paid regular illUdeniM
until l!n-. hut since then has lost sev
iinl bundled thousand dollars. 11m
company ban been oiieintliiK l'acillc
t-teniuers for twenty-four years.
ll Is admitted by the company thai
II will probably default In Its interest
payments on bonds to the amount of
f:', 105,1100, held by various ImlUliluaU
Mid cunrerus. If tho nccrued Interest
li- not p-ilil In July the property of the
company will be turned over lo the
boiidlioldets on foreclosure. The com
pany Is delinquent In thu payment of
Interest for January.
Serious obstnclis are In the way of
further operation of the Oceanic
ilemnets Abiliiedn mid Muriposn, run
ling rcspucllwly hetwien this purl
mil Honolulu and Tnliltl. The loss of
I lie Japanese Immigration trallle, on tic
count of (lie exclusion net, will cut
down the prollts on thu Hawaiian
line, .Hid compcllllnu between the I'.I
eihe Coast niul Tahiti Is tliieatened by
me reported Invasion of it French
iteaiushlp line. 11 Is iloublflll If the
i"iuuaiit of I lie Occunlc's business will
prmt! siilllclent lo keep the company
lilloal, III Niew of itu licaty bonded lu
TOW BULLETIN At)8. PAY
Noting More Becomes the Average Person
Than a Stylish Straw or Panama Hat
And a recent shipment places us in a position to offer
the Latest and Best Styles in Straw Hats for men and
Panama Hats for both men and women. This shipment
gives us a large assortment, one in which there is surely
the hat for you.
HABERDASHER AND CLOTHIER.
Foit and Merchant fits,
Hint they lire going to the Coast for
the higher wugcti which they can com
u r.ud there.
When asked why he was going nway
just before tho Alameda sailed one
"Wo nro nil going to San rruuclsro
10 got work tlieie. Thev tire paying
J.I n day for imykliiil of laborers, and
Hint is far more tlian we could ccr ex
pect to make here. We don't tike to
leave Honolulu, but we want to gel
higher pay, unit call see no chance or
11 here, I uxiiorMhiit others will go
en the next trip oi the Aliimedn, as
there are inanv of our people here who
"No, no one asked us to go or prom
Ised us work when wu gol to the
Const, but we know that we can all go
K. work and get better pay than we
have here, and It will not cost us any
more to live than It does here."
i:. I). Teiiuo of Hie Immigration
Hoard was ask. d If he had liny expla
nation of the Portuguese exodus. He
iftld that he hud tried lo serine Infor
mation, but gut nothing satisfactory.
Tile emigrants me old residents. "It
makes me tlnd." was Mr Teline's
idde remark, ixpicsslng his dlsappiov
ill of this clai-- of people going uwuy
at this time
RUNS HIGH AMONG
LOS ANGELES LEADERS
"I liellcw this mix-up of the Ocean
I . service will cause our l.os Angeles
leople to take up the steamship pas
senger servlie between San Pedro and
Honolulu en seriously," said -Mr.
Kulght, who lb Hie press agent of tho
l.os Angeles patty.
"Mr. Wiggins said lust evening Hint
If he hud lweiil mom rppri'sclitntlii'
I lislliess people of I, ok Allgcjcs "I'll
Mill on this trip he would lio able lo
liomlso to put on a line of titeaiueis
v-lthlii six months.
"Hut those wlm ale hero will cuiry
the enthusiasm back with them and I
swittld mil In surprised to see things
moving foi closer iicrmancut cornice
tlons between our eitlc'B."
GOVERNOR SIGNS BILL
The Cioiernor this morning Blgned
He Act ii'latlng to the ropoits of Dis
trict Magistrates. Heretofore they
have been rather subsidiary lo and
t ndi r Hie direction of tho Circuit
Conns, an arrjiigeiiient which lias
prov. il unsatisfactory. llereafler
Hiei will In (JlprlU irhpoiiillilo to the
fhlii .In i lei. iicconlliig lo tho prol
nous oi tin 111 w act.
Evenlnn Bulletin 776 per month.
P. E. R. Strauch
Furnished Sr. cottane, Mnnoa Valley,
Ideal Summer Home. Largs Pooi
for swimming, Mountain nlr. Sta.
ble. Near car line. $13.00 per m.
7-room house near Kalulnnl School.
Newly papered and painted. Tol
let and bath. Ineuranco 1300. Very
cheap; $1,300. Ency Payment.
WAITY BLDG. 74 3. KING ST,
the Sheriff are unfit for publication,
but this mil) be putting It a little too
In any event, there Is tumble l-i !
sight for the Sliorlff, who by bis ar i
Hon practically dellcd the Hoard. sa-
lt:g that the tumble might ns well
come to n head. It Is ruinoteil that
mi effort may be made to Impeach
latikca, hill whether an such attempt
will be made or not the Supervisors
.'cfuscil last night to sav. Rut Hi'
hinted pietty broadly that there Is '
I Ions trouble looming large on the ho
tlzoit for the belllgcieut Sheriff.
Aside from HiIb matter of tho exec
ullve sosslou, only routine busincHs
was transacted. It was resoled lo
move the rock mill from the Muklkl
Miuirry to the (lovcriiiiicnl (iiarr on
Hie John Kim estnle ptopert al Ku
llllll In councctloii with this moiei
i' lentnthe suggestion was lumle by
Uwight ami lliistnce that Harry Wo.i
ten, formerly chief engineer of Hi i
lloail Department, sliouhl be lnstall'd
lor the purpose of taking cine of Hi.
machinery during Hie mining
Hut this suggestion nearly thuw
Arciier Into a 111. He hi came wildly
i clted and more obhtluale than usual
"If Sam Johnson can't do Hie worki
himself ' lie snot ted. 'we ouglit to lire'
Iim und get soniioiie who nil "
Dwlgln r. cognized that the time was
rot ripe for gelling Woolen hack In
Mid dropped tin subject
LYDIA E. PINKHAM"
Jo other mcitlcinn for Woman s Ills in the world bos meived audi wide
spreail niul uii'tualilled cndorseiuent
No other tui'dieine has Such a record of cures of femnle UmesM's or sucli
hosts of irrnteful friends us hu I.jdta Ii. PmUlinnik Vi-jri'taNc ( oniouiid.
Tor more tlinn an etirH it has been curing all forma of 1-Viiialu loinpluluU,
llitlainiimtloii and llleerution, mid eonseiiuent Spinal Weukni s,
Il lias cured morn eases of Hackncbc ami Locitl Ueaknox than any other
one remedy. It dissolve and expels tumors in an early stae of development.
Irregularities ami periodical pains. Weakness of tlte SUuuneh. Indigestion.
ISloutlnir. Nurruii Pnmlnition, Headache, (ienerol HiOlllly iniiekly yield toil;
also ileranireil organs, euuslnir nniti, ilrsgt'lng seiisotiuos and liachauhe.
Under nil ciretiiuxtnuuox it nets In harmony with the female system
It removes Hint wearing feellnff. extrome lassitude, "don t core" and
"wnnt-to-lH-left-nloue" feeling, excitability. Irritability, nervousness. di
rlnevs, fnlntlli's.s. sli eplessness. Hut nl. nev. mebiiiehol.v or the "blues . Tlicsn
nro indications of Female Wenltii'-s-. or some dcruinrcmcnt of the nrirans.
wbleli this ini-dlelne cures as well as Chrouie IClUuc Complumts anil
Kucldiclic, of either sex.
TIiomj women ivbo rt-fiise to nceept nnytliinif else are rowanliil a hundred
thouMinil times, for tbev get whul they wunt a cure. Sold by Drugg-mU
eMT.vwlicro. llcfutuull Hubntitiilus.
)ll'WMMII lyjiyiMWWanl il.WWrilIWIII.IIIIIII.IIHM 1 1. , I f l
C i1 t d t M
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Yee Chan's Store
Grand iound-up sale puvious to removal to Castle & Cooke's
IB We will offer our entire Stock of DRY GOODS. CLOTHING.
LADIES' AKD GENTS' FURHISHIKG GOODS. HATS, BOOTS,
SHOES, etc., AT COST and in many instances BELOW COST I
FIOURED LAWN 20 yds. for S1.00
FINE SHEETS (Law Rizc) 81 x 80 65c each
HEAVY WHITE QUILT (Larpe Sij) 75c each
LADIES' VESTS 5c each, 6 for 25o
LADIES' VESTS (extra heavy) 10c each, 3 for 26o
LADIES' UNDERSKIRTS from 60c up
LADIES' NIGHT 00WNS from 50c up
HEAVY TURKISH TOWELS from 5c aciete up
MEN'S GOLF SHIRTS from 35c apiece up
MEN8 UNDERSHIRTS from 16c apiece up
MEN'S SOX fiom 5c a pair up
1005-1000 1013 NUUAHU STREET, NEAR KING STREET.
Additional Cable News on Pane 1.
DO HEAVY DAMAGE
S.in Knilulsro. Mntrh 111 -The ilam
use by Hie Hoods at Orovllte amount.,
lo a million of dollars A iiiimbei or
Chinese have been drowned mid Hie
ullioad mid tctegiuph linen In the Sail
lo.'i'iulu and 8.U lauieiilo Millevs are
demoralized Ten limn been ill on in ,1
III the Kan Jo.iiUl,i. A poiliuli oi
Slwi-lilon Is Hooded.
NOTED AUTHOR DEAD
Ullrich Is dead.
l'j. Thomas llulley
Alilildi was born In Portsmouth N,
II.. In isaii. His younger ilnys woo
pent In the South, llu was the author
of sin era I latter day tales, uamel,
Flower and Thorn. The Queen of
SIisIm, 'I he Stillwater Tragedy, und
EUROPEAN JEWS 8UFFER
IliichareH, Murilt l!i. Two Ihoii
miiil puitaiits h,ie raldeil Ho.loMipnla
and plunder! il the Jews
Vb niui, Maich 111 There Is u ie
iIoiim autl-.liwih uioicmcnt In Itou-titatila
I mas Ili-os I v toda's mall irrelvcd
I lie following olllclal llgures of thu
bids for the lipiosailimi lonslriictlou:
DiiKI'.iu $1J't..i''J, to be compluted 111
lll'Ul.v lie Piles. $.'1)1.000. lo I 111 llllll-
plclcd June I, I'.miS.
I.iicuh IIkih . f lMI,r,H2, to be coinplei
is! In Is uioiilhs
PACIFIC TRANSFER CO.
WILL CALL FOR YOUR BAGGAGE
We pack, haul and ship yout
k'oods ,-nd save yuu money.
Dealers in STOVE WOOD, COAL nd KINLLIMGS.
Storage In Brick M7archou:e, J26 KAnz bU Phone Mala 55
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.'.-U'-i Hi Aj.V
,"iUTi svrM!" "vCrtSr
We Just Got 'Em
Nev Lot SPRING SUITINGS jut nrriTcd.
We make 'em lo your ineasuie at ready-to-wear prices.
$20 to $30
I'liib Hii'iili the electilr light button'
In the bcdioom i In a.populai Hotel in j
I be Hague ftie Iliese words- 'Tin
'leclllc light dates not be toiichtd," '
Geo, A Martin, Hotel St.
i l. iiinl ilaMatftiH.ifliriiiMir'-'liMr"
'f fit jsaiti . n ii i ftiaBfiiiti nft I fltrahmi at nimto
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