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f.Vf.SIN'rt nWM.KTIN, HONOt.tlttU. T IU rHHAV. MAuni H. 1rf
A Large Shipment
That arrived ty the steamer
Alameda are now beinjf opened.
New Spring Goods
Of All Description
1 New Laces and Embroideries
New Silks and Dress Goods
Ladies' Muslin Underwear
New Wash Materials
New Shirt Waists
iN. g, SACHS DRY MODS CO., LTD.
stands for the highest qMlitjf, tbc most careful workmanship. All
grades ate made in Tiill Sections, Half Sections, Inside and Out
side Corner Braokets affording- jrreater opportunities for artistic
and decointivc effects than any other known make or kind of
H. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd.,
Weekly Bulletin $1 Per Year
riiiiifrHawaii Has Won Every Heart
: BECOME HSTS IT
(Cenllnued troni Page 1)
"I have nothing but pralie (or Ha
wall,' Mild c M V 1 1 li I this ittoMlHg.
"I lime linil lliv tlmu nt in) llfo hwe.
mid I nin mirr)' that our trip must l; micIi ii short one I wish wo cuHhl
Hut I mi Iioiiik to cmiio back tale oil,
The Japanese .llnncr at Hip Mhl.W ''- ' '"'" "M
...1,1 f.i..i. ii .i,, mrm-l mil iine'wheil 1 ran Innkti n limyer slay
of the happiest return etcnla rcr "I think the climate of thoso IrIbihIh In the host In Ihu world, ntul thu
Riven by lsltoni to tlin tlt Hi pit- ocntiitry I the roost beautiful. 1 hnp only one kick coming, mid Hint Is
,iu.'nlalltpn of the toinmlllrro In charge iiml I rnn't find anything tn kick nliouv. Wu hato certainly been finely
of tl.c piiloitnlnmint of the l) An- 'ttonted since wo came both lioro uu.l on Hnwull
geld lsllora were entertained b the .., 1()1,0 ,ml n,.al,,, no vrfll be established between heiv aud
I Los Angeles foi.iniltlie ,A"l! ,'A V.'J"'!.' , -" AliRcdcs. Mr I believe that It vould prove to bo a great thing for both
VViUe ml novel to the ho t ns "u, I cIUcm. I hnvu not hoard one of oi.r party say mothlng that was not In tho
he K est" hlRhe.t elcRreu compllmcnlnr) to Hawaii an.l the l-coplu l.eru "
Tho Jutinuesc dub was n uncial Ion
to the people from l)S AiiReles ninl It'
rounded out the record of the trio that
Iuh had fconicthliiK new ami entertain-1 -
Ing for ever) tta
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.. 4 "I think that your Islands are escep-
GEOROE H. PIKE I tlonnll) beiiutlful ami are well worth
' ' - -- for nnvono to rntnn ninl lnlt I Imvrt
we nuve leurnni M.,, particularly fnuirnbly Impressed with tho excellence of tho roads.
to eat with our tlliRcrs unit now wi . Mvlitolt you hno here
hnvc (onquere.1 the chop tcks. haws ,. nnu for nutomoblllats. The tidiness of tho
sou ?nsthli.R more c,nB. said one m Mm 1)arlclllarl Wl)rt f , bc bo)
Tho Jo liegnn when the InwtK nml ft 'o flltli which on., an often flmla In the warm clltmitva
s'ueata weic robeil In JapaneBo klniu- lK my time. llteil troplcnl cities elaewhere. but I hntt- I
urn. which, bi the was ao pleased the
newcomera that mail) took th"lr
clothes homo with them, .iliiR " Horn
Iiml figure for what was n mti uuclul
Uouveulr of the occasion The tables
I were Inld In the large illnliiK room iiml
Ii wasn cr Joll party that sat dim n,
with Mr Ilerion presldlnc and Mr. Mt-
'Caiidless occuidIiii: the opiKislto end
of tho table Tho menu was priuiiu
on picti) Japam.se fans and thu story
of that part of the dinner Is told In
the follow Iiir terms
S!ilo-iikl (lliolled flshl
Kut 111. toil iSwcet side)
t'l.uwan-iuuahl (Sliumed mixture)
Toil-um.inl (Slewed chicken)
ITiiiiRi-meshl (Itlto eol)
As the dinner impressed Japanese
ilni;liiR Rlrls furnishc.il musle which
ia euJoed If not iindcrstoou.
Dm liiK the last cnurko .Mr Ilcrron
announced Kred Alles as the toast
master of the lAculiiK, and he kept
thliiRS moliiR, us he ulwass does. Ill'l
tlrst call was to drink to the (oust
'"I ho I'resld'til," n toast which char
acterizes eer American RiitherliiR.
TurnliiR to tho altulrs of tho Immediate
hour ho dlhcouncd on tho trJdu of the
Inlands and of tho I'aUllc and tailed
jii J A McCundlcbs to sjieak for tho
McC'andlcss said it was u late hour
to formally extend n welcome to the
visitors but the people of tho town
hud been trjiiiR to express their Idea
uIoiir this lino In mmi) dlnercul lau
huurcs for ii week pust He hoped that
this lslt of the Uj AiiRelens would
icsult in a permanent steamer lino mi
thu port of Ban l'cdro The trad"
these Islands linvo to nhc Is estlmntcd
nt a million dollais u mouth mid up
wards of thico bundled passcimcrs a
month Ro each way. There is no I ca
sein wh) UtA AiiReles should not hao
some of this business. Ho was Rlail
tho Ujh AiiRelens hud como and hoped
to see them all nxnln
Kecrctnr) WIrrIiis sjioko of the pro
motion work in which he is interested
lie said lie knew no reason why ho
should bu called tho out) WIrrIiis. Ho
had :i Ricat combination behind him
and they put aside their politics and
their personalities whllo working for
the best Interests of Southern Califor
nia The) did not pretend to eonlluo
thcmsclws to I .os Aii(,eles alone.
Mr. Allcs then, prelacliiR his Intro
duction b) prc&cutliiK Mr Wood with
a splendtd calubush us a memento ot
the occasion, culled on II 1'. Wood
HeferrliiR to his piesciit duties Mr.
Wood said hu hud been cicdited with
moru power to win mollis In other
lines, )et ho hud been so Ioiir in pio
motion work ho hud becomu wedded
to it. It was to bn hoped this excur
sion from southern California, was
oul) tho ht'Riunlni; of moru iullmnto
iclatlim.r, Tlin piescut Ih1Icmh wcio
cordially lnltcd to como iiriiIii, he
slilcii InduciiiR others to toll Hawaii
They had not seen all of the islands.
JuiIro Hush) shell, speukliiR of I.os
AiiReles eommerclul affairs, said; In
tho past Ixs Angeles had not cry In
tlimito relations with any other city
than Han I'ranclsco, hut tho present
occasion guu piomlso of KoiucthliiR
dirfereut. Hu helluNcd that if tho peo
plo hero assuud somn of their BiiR&t
frelRht, u legular lino of steamers be
tween Southern California anil Hawaii
could bo orRiiulzcd within six months.
1 should say that this countr) should he nn excep
town has also struck
bsoliilcl) clean nml fno
I h.ic, diir-
ncer been In
one -whero conditions With bettor, cm ns Rood for that matter. Unllko nlli
ci troidcul elites, the pit re is clean, the sanitation excellent, nml tho uipu
IMItm wldo uwako nml nlhc to business"
: : ! :
. .- , . "This has been a moat delightful
i-ouri I trip, ' said Mr J Cook, "and I nm sor-
ry that It is to end so soon. I should
llku to Mtay loiiRer, for I lime been hntliiK n flno time i:erthltiR has been
pleasant and thu pcuplu of Honolulu hno done uer)thltiR they could to
see Hint wo had n Risnl time. I hope to scu connections cKtaMlxhod bo
twiuu Honolulu nml Los AliRolcs, for I bellcc both cities would he Rrcutly
hi'lieflled by It,'1
4 . J. F. HomrooK expressed nis appre-
I j. r. nuuunuuis i nation or wnal me uopic oi initio.
' - . . i . 4- lulu hno done to show the I.oh Aiirc-
Iciioh it Rood tlnio. "Wo hau enJo)ed mery inluuto of our stny." hu said,
"and I nut only sorry that It can't ho a lunger one. 1 think the cllmiito of
lliiwnll is tho most perfect In tho world. It is cerlulnl) aw ay ahead of ours
in thu winter, nnd I rucss It Is nil the year round Wu hao nil cnju)cd
ourfohc'B and 1 huu nut heard ouu ot our party make any kick."
4 4. "I think the visit of this party has
0. 0. JOHNSON I been a good thing for both l.os Alige-
f -- les and Honolulu, us It tends to iiuiko
them hetlur ncciitaluted and will have Its Influence Innards bringing them
into direct liiter-commimlc.itlou. 1 see a large number of l.ns Angeles fruit
boxes here, but uh the railroads which ship thu fruit from us to Han liun
Cisco giu us ery scanli attention, ou ilo not get the fruit when It is In lis
prime, as )ou would if there wns it dliect lino from Han l'cdro
"Ah far ux this islt Itself Is concerned, I can say that Honolulu has
had ut least Kinno er) tanglblo benefit from it. 1 can say poiltludy that
tho party has upent nt least J25,n()(i. here That would bo only f 100 for
each member, und there lira many who huu spent three or four times Unit
I- -I- !
. . . "Every one of the party has had
LLOYD CHILDS T thu most euo)iibh) tlinei of his life 1
. ... . . exieet to leturn to Honolulu with ns
big it party, or n bigger one oeu, In about two months Thorn were many
eoplo in I, on Augidcs who wnulid to como hcio In tho Ohio, but could not
go Tliese, in iiiHiiuon io it niimner oi iierxclc) people who nnu cxpresseu
their iutuutlun of coming here, will make up a largo excursion "
: : : :
t "Tnere Is one thing whleh I have
T.J.HAMPTON- I missed In Honolulu, Thnt is )achtlng
... ' 'f- llio ulllnnco which has been formed
between tho Houtlt Coast nnd thu Hawaii Yacht Club has meant much to
us already, uud 1 liopo to bu hero to sou tho finish of the next trans-I'acKlc
J , , t "I never enjoyed the dances any-
MISS. MARCHER wli-ro as much ns 1 hatu here Tho
' -f music -is simply flno uud thu cllmiito
Hindu to diincu III I wish wu could luiwi dances like )ours In I.os Angeles,"
: ! -J- !
. , 4. "This country certainly looks good
1 W. Y. TECTZEL I to mo I am much hotter satisfied than
-i I expected to be. us I did not expect
Io find such n flno town mid such u tot of wideawake business men as ou
.;. .;. .;. .j.
. . "I am the president of the Carpen-
J. M. CARPENTER ter (L Hills Mill & Lumber Co. of Loa
4 " Angeles, and am nnturully most Inter-
esteil In thu lumber business I am taking homo a lot of )our koa lumber,
,0 feet, from Honolulu mid 2,000 foot from llllo I intend tn put it on thu
market ns an Interior finish wood I nm ery faMiralily impresbcd with It,
mid Intend to liaudlu it on an extensive scale, If I find u good market fur It "
! -i- :
. ( "Hawaii Is a nice place for the na-
H. J. EVEREST tltes. nml I don't think that Ihoy
4-' tiiould luio It taken uway from lliem
It Is evidently a good place for tho raising of sugar cane uud all kinds of
I- -I- !
"I am from Chicago, but I generally
rpend thu whiter In Los Angeles. It
strikes mo that thu town is too big for
hu peoplo it contains. Tlieio mo toe many vacant business buildings. I
do not know thu reason for this, but iiLdoubtedl), tliesu tilings will right
themselves as thu town grows."
B iLi. -l, 3 mM
I !!Ei 4 I
The Shirt That
Always Pleases Yo u
We have Jutt received a large supply of these drcaay ahlrts,
The very latest spring styles are represented In the beautiful
assortment of patterns dots, checks, and stripes.
Skillful, artistic designing, and fine materials give the "Man
hattan" a superior placo among shirts. And their value Is fur
ther enhanced by their exilualveness.
ONLY A FEW OF EACH PATTERN IN STOCK.
M. Mclnerny, Ltd,
HADERDASHbR AND CLOTHIER
TORT AND MnnCIIANT BT8.
J. W. EBERSOL
MRS. C. M. WRIGHT
1 cmi whonovor mi opportunity presents Itself"
I- ! -I
"This country la certainly beautiful.
I It surpasses an) tiling I have'ever seon
i Wu lsltcd Wahlawa and wero mm h
Impressed. My husband, who has been a farmer all his life, said that hu
had never seen such excellent cultlvr.tlon "
j. .. .j. .j.
4 .. , , , , j "Tins is a nice puce, ana i am wen
I JOHN D. CLARK pleused Willi my vikk uowoter, H
4 - . 4 strikes mo that tho Jupaiiehu mid Chi-
iiomi have got )ou throttled und that thu planters mid thu tourists aro lilt
that kuep up the towu. Theio is no middle class."
"I think we are alt perfectly satis
fled I urn delighted with the town and
thall certainly gtto you all thu praliu
lis Angeles was growing rapidly. It
wiih one of tflo leudliig cities of tho
I'aellle Coast uud aimed ut nothing less
than In ho tho loading clt), Do thought
po city could show it moru rapid
firowth than had Uis Angeles within
tho past few jears. "No pent-up
I'litii contrails our powers, a whole
IiiiIhiuuiI continent Is ours," and the
next place we a in going to grasp is
W It Partington, Daniel UiRnn, mid
(' I,, lthodcs spoke for tho press of tho
islands, (I (1 Johnson made u very
happy responbn for Ihu teal estutu men
of tho lis Angeles patty. It, H Trout
inudo u ve'j nice hit by devotiii' Ins
lull; In mi exposition of Japanese Dig
IIhIi It wis good
Tlin dinner cocd with tliree clueis
Id tho Un Anfoleno for Honolulu ami
return chrors h) ihn llDiioliilunus for
tho vlnllors who sliowed IhcmHClvej
such exrellrnl und hearty hosts
11 out tho table the paity adjourned
to tho parlois, whom tho gclshu'glrls
gave it prngiuin of geisha dancing und
Thoso who partlelpalcd in tho gath
ering were- It 11. Heiron, chairman,
FYntilc Wlirlns. (1 (1 Johnson. It D
11.1st, I, Kimble, i (I 'Clmk, Dr. J. IC
Cow les, Dr 11 W Hill, K 1. lloshy
sliell, W 0 Hutchison, Mllo Ilnkni,
A Iliiriihelm, G W Ituudall, A. V.
MrCounell, M N New marl., 1 I)
'Owen, A W Hwanfeldt, II 0 Chllwni,
I'rod Alles, I.Uivd Chllds, Sheiiu.in
Wiggins mid dipt. Reo Drown of Ihn
,B, 8 Ohio J A McCmiilless, chairman,
and II I Wood, secretin)' Hawaii I'io-
liiottou Connnlttie, M I'hllllim, It II
freiit, W T Micas, H II Pari, I' ('
Smith, A Onrtley, T II Petilu W it
rairlni'lou, C I. Hhodea mid Daniel
110 BT. M. FWLtlH
i "1 tVt; Hnl vfy iwh (ntfteilM)
; Mi tk tttf) he irtntirtir In Mm
4 . -, rMloina Of Ikr pp MMl M wmif
that f tf mm IsmA w n I think your ttlrln hen- atp vtr )r-tlr
(mh rtmimt vvry rM rlih any tn b ni-n tn imri nl ihp vountrv '
4 . .. , '1 w wiry mi lteftHd In the
H. 0. KEAtINO hula !" h I hsfr s-ttdM" Mr-
.... .- , daon.!, ,if thr tiyttlaMi. MamiiSiB
Wffmwtt trtte ef Aaoflcan ImHn urd rHhers and irrt tn write a honk
on tho awbeot. I '.,el hta-hw while here aad tmtbertid a great deal of
! !, 4
t , "Bath my wife and I have enjoyed
W. V. AMDROSC j the danres whtrh haw btS 8ieH IH
- - '- the varhms hotals verv tnueh lHdHl,
nnd slmll iflhw thcin very touch We are verv mu h taken with the Hawaii
an uitKlF and aro very glad that titer are aouie; of the qalntet boys com
Ing on tlio stsamvr with u "
4 .. ., ,- . "I am an ascayer and I have tcn
JAMES IRVING I looking for minerals while I we bore
' The Volcano was ery tntorosttHK. It
itmltideil me of n glgnntlc cruclblo, an) I could not help wondering If then,
wero any minerals there. I low over, I understand you have none, with Hi"
exception ot Iron, nnd that In so small a quantity that II iloee not amount
to anything Tho Islands appear to Iihvc been burned out altogether "
"I have had a mighty good lime. I
expect to call here ariln on my way
around, the world next )ear So far rut
i M. N. NEWMARK j
hustni ss Is concerned. In my lino nil our grain I taken up In hmne consump
Hon, hut I think that with a steamer lino dawn horc we could pui good hay
Into this market nt figures nioro favorable than you ore now obtaining
There nru great xidbllllles In this countr) far yon here and for those wsek
Ing to do business with Jim. You luiiu cot tho art of making people tmjo)
tliimsehes down to it flno iolnt."
"As far as I, tor that matter the en
tiro party is concerned. I ran any
Hint wo were entertained rall both
hero nnd III llllo. I should llko to como back hero very much"
JOHN W. BURKE
"I have nothing too Rood to sty
I nbout Honolulu Krcryono here has
i ijoon ns Rood us they could bo to mo,
r.ml I have met innnv obi friends whom I had no Idea were horc Tho boys
In tho i:iks Club aro nil right nnd when any of them romo to Southern Cal
ifornia the) must look mo up nnd wo'll eeo what can be dune about having
r. good time."
4 , "I would like to stay here forever
1 MISS ALICE WERNLUND I mid n day but the Ohio Is going hnrk
4 4 ,! K1CBB i,i KO with her Tho
r.wlmmliig nt Walklkl Is tho finest thing that I over found I wish wc could
tnko tho beach back with us"
4. . . . "Like a number of my frlcnifo. If I
I MRS. F. L. MORE 1011I1I be sun- of gitllng n slcainer
- -- Irom here in nlio'H six tvieks I certain-
1) would stii) over I like ever) thin In Honolulu though w- were nearly
blown over the Call by tho wind '
"Why don't you have more steam
ers 7 Mr Hutchison mid I want to
4 f- stnv but the agi-utr t annul tell im
whether wo ran get accommodation or not till March L'7 We both urn III
lovo with Honolulu nnd everything in It "
MRS. W. O. HUTCHISON
Gives you a chance to make your Caster purchases cheap.
This week there will be a big slaughter in prices of
White Dress Goods and Ginghams
NEW PAT. A. F. C. GINGHAM. .
ALL OTHER GINGHAM
. 9c yd.
7 l-2e yd.
1005-1000-1013 NUUAN0 8TBEET, NEAR KINO STBEET.
We Just Oot 'Em
New lot SPRING SUITINGS jutt arriTed.
We make 'em to your measure at ready-to-war prices.
$20 to $30
Geo. A. Martin, Hotel St.
PACIFIC TRANSFER CO.
WILL CALL FOR YOUR BAGGAGE
Wc pack, haul and ship yout
goods and save you money.
Dclen in STOVE WOOD, COAL and KINDLINGS.
Storage in Brick Watehouse, 126 Kine .St. Phone MalnM
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