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EVENING nULl.ETlN. IIONOI.UI..TJ, T II , MONDAY, JAN. 13, 1908.
n to imu
Till elder brother
The Yokohama Specie Bank,
bow to play
doctor, In ml
SkTkArvici.l Sal f
Aver1! Ch.rrr '
of Children and Misses1
Coats and Skirts
Stylish Coats and serviceable
Rain Skirts for school wear.
Prices cut almost in two.
See Window Display and Note
Swell Cravenette Coats
No two alike A Sample line.
Panama Walking Skirts
finely tailored, in Black, Brown, Navy, and Grey.
New Silk Gloves
White, Black, Brown, Pink, and Grey.
Extra heavy quality, double tips, elbow length,
$1.75 a pair. I
N. S. SACHS
DRY GOODS COMPANY, LTD.
Try a Case of
LIME JUICE and SODA
No soda water to equal it in delicacy of
flavor or refreshing power
Refusal To Give
James Hogan, whoso bid for sup
rlyltiK the sand and rock fur tho for
tification work at Pearl Harbor was
tho lowest of thoso mada but was re
cctod becnuso Captain Otwcll was
under tlie Impression that lio repre
sented a Jopanoso hul. Intends to fight
tliu case Ho lias retained Attorney
n. C. Peters, who will placu tho mat
ter beforo tho Chief of Engineers In
Washington, and will forward a for
mal complaint charging Otwell with
treating Hogan unfairly,
K. C. l'oters explains tho trouble
by naliiK that Hogan, who Is a man
cf much expcrlcnco In his line, sub
mitted his bid to Captain Otwell, who
Inquired Into his financial standing.
Hogan then went to tho Hawaiian
llallast Company, of which MatBUtno
to Is the head, and secured their
This gavo Captain Otwoll tho Idea
that Hogan was acting as agent for a
Jnpaneso firm, and ho refused to let
Hogan havo tho contract. It is under
stood that all the bids are to bo re
K. Ono denies that tho Yokohama
Spocln Dank has anything to do with
CANON MACKINTOSH TO
BE ABSENT TILL JUNE
CONSOLIDATED SODA WORKS CO., LTD.
TELEPHONE 71. G. S. LE1THEAD, Manager.
It appears from a letter written by
Bishop rtestarlck and published In the
last Anglican Church Chronicle that
tho excitement over the return of Can
on Mackintosh was entirely gratui
tous. The Illshop, writing under a
December date, says:
"At the request of Canon Mackin
tosh I hno given him Icavo of absence
.intll after tho Missionary Congress In
London In June, 1908. On November
11, Canon Mackintosh wroto to mo:
I have determined to avail myself of
tho privilege jolt glvo mo and to ro
main here until It (tho Conference)
Is over.' Tho Ilov. Wm. H. Bliss will
lako certain duties at tho Cathedral
beginning January 1st, this appoint
ment being made necessary by tho ab-
fcenco of Canon Mackintosh."
This shows conclusively that Mr.
Mackintosh had no Intention of re
turning for tho opening of tho school
year and although ho did not notify
tho school authorities ho had a per
fect understanding with tho Illshop.
IADIES HURT IN AUTO ACCIDENT
M. R. Counter
THE LEADING WATCHMAKER.
When leaving your Watoh, Clock or Jewelry with me for re
pair vou have the benefit of fcrty-seven yean' experience. Fine,
complicated watches a specialty.
Orders By Hail Promptly Attended To.
1142 Fort Street
IF you only knew how artistically
lovely wc can make the simplest
home, for n little hit of money,
you would not live another day in
those old rooms.
See Me About Them
Mrs. Lansing of this city broko her
wrist and Mrs. Fife, tho sister of Mrs.
Vrank Richardson, had her anklo
ipralnod, whllo Mr. and Mrs. Richard
ton recehed severe bruises, as result
of another automobile- :iccldont which
occurred Saturday near tho end of
tho Knhnulkl lino.
Tho automobllo was being driven by
Frank Richardson when tho collision
with a trolley car occurred. Rich
ardson was coming along tho Rapid
Transit track about three feet above
ino carrlago way, when tho car, which
wnB passing tho slaughter houso lano,
came down nt a slow rata.
According to thoso who hail seen
the accident, there was a largo num
ber of cattlo blocking tho public road.
mid as tho trolley car camu along they
ran In different directions and the
motorman had to reduce his speed.
When ho released his brako as ho
reached tho curvo, the car began to
pick up speed. It was then that ho
saw Richardson and tho thrco ladles.
less than fifty feet In front of him,
Richardson saw tho car but could not
do anything. Had he tried to turn,
tho machine would havo been tipped
over tho three-foot bank. Tho motor
man reversedhls power, but it was
too lato then to avoid collision. When
this occurred, Mrs. Lansing and Mrs.
Flfo Jumped out of tho car and re
ceived injuries. They were taken to
tho homo of Mr. and Mrs. J, F, C.
Hagens, whore tlioy were cared for
temporarily, preparatory to going to
RIchardBon was noticed on tho out
ward trip to bo dtlvlng his car rather
regardless of horsemen on the road.
Talks And Elects
(Special to Tho Mullet In )
Walluku, Maul, Jan. 10. Tho
Walluku Improvement Association
met at tho Walluku court houso last
Tuesday evening for the purposo of
uomlnntlng and electing o Ulcers for
tho ensuing year. President It. A.
Wndsworth presided. Secretary Chas.
Wilcox read the minutes of tho pre
vious meeting, which wera approved.
After reports of various special
committees. Rev. R. II. Dodgo Btatcd
that he had received a communica
tion from W. L. Whitney of tho Li
brary Commission enquiring as to
the library facilities of Walluku and
Maul In general. Maul has no libra
ry to speak of excepting such circu
lating libraries us may bo found nt
tho Walluku Kindergarten. Rev.
ym. Ault, Rov. It. II. Dodgo and At
torney D. II. Caso were appointed a
committee to report at the next meet
ing ns to what should bo dono In the
way of acquiring the nuclous of a
circulating library for Maul, to be
under the Library Commissions of Ho
nolulu. All felt tho need of such
an institution on Maul and efforts
will be made towards the establish
ing of n library. It was thought
that the old court houso when it Is
moved to tho grounds of tho Knnhu
manu natlvo church as contemplated,
and used as a town hall, that one
of the rear rooms could bo fitted up
for a library, and that tho County
would be asked to defray tho neces
sary expensdt. Messrs. J. Clnrcla, A.
do Rego, D. II. Case, and W. T. Rob
inson wero appointed a commlttco to
find out what could be dono towards
opening a new road runnlngfrom
High street, on tho Walheo Bide of
the new court house, to tho new Ka
hulul railroad depot.
Tho secretary was Instructed to
wrlto to tho Hoard of Supervisors,
recommending certain necessary
road improvements near tho Walluku
depot and also on tho Walheo road
beyond tho step! bridge.
Tho annual electloa of officers re
sulted ns follows; 1). II. Davis was
promoted from tho vice presidency to
the .presidency. The new president
accepted tho ofllco with a row appro
priate words, Jan. N. K. Kcola was
made vice president. C. D. Lufkln
and Chas. Wilcox, treasurer ana sec
retary respectively, having dono very
offectlve work In their respective of
fices during tho year, wero voted to
servo ns such for another year.
On motion of Mr. McKay, a hearty
vote of thanks was offered ana pass
ed unanimously for the retiring pres
ident, Mr. Wndsworth, who had dono
noble service for tho association dur
ing the car Just closed for no small
portion of the effective work of tho
association during the year wero due
to his great energy and untiring ef
forts. Tho executive commlttco be
sides the officers as ex offlclo mem
bers were: Rev. It. II. Dodge, D. It.
Case, W. A. McKay, J. N. S. Wil
liams, L. M. Haldwln, R. A. Wnds
worth nnd Dr. J. H. Raymond. Tho
meeting then adjourned.
fiWf- 7H I
ifA TlUU Gr
her, and her I
the one stand
ard cough medicine for children
is entirely free from narcotics or
poison of any kind. It is tho great
romody tho world over for colds,
coughs, croup, whooping-cough,
influenza, la grippe, and all bron
Accept no substitute or cheap
and worthless imitation. ' Bo suro
you get Ayer's Cherry Tcctoral.
Put up in largo and small bottles.
frwrti ly Dr. I. cTiifTcTTtfill. Mm , U.S..
AWARDS UDt FOR
STATEMENT OP CONDI TION DECEMBER 31, 1907.
Loans on securities other
tlinn Real Kstntn S 8,410.00
All Other Lo.uib and Dis
Reul Kstntn 29,527.0.1
Furniture and Fixtures. I.0C2.1U
Duo from Hanks and
All Other Resources .... 230,47 1. 07J
Due In Hanks nnd Hank
I1IIN l'nynblo . . ' 1,810.47 '
I. Y. AKAI, Mnnngcr for Thi Yokohama Specie Hank, Ltd., do sot
emnly swear that tho foregoing Statements uro true to tho best of my
knowledgo nnd belief. y. AKAI.
Subscribed and Sworn to before me this Dili day of January, 190S.
DAVID 1,. I'UTKRSON.
Notary 1'ubllc, First Judicial Circuit T II. 3S95-3t
COMMISSIONERS EN ROUTE
187 KING STREET.
Produced under the same conditions as that
supplied to the Ftvlama Settlement.
The Pond Dairy
HIT IN THE EYE.
(Special to Tho Dill lot In)
Walluku, Maul, Jan. 10. Whllo J.
A. Aheong, president of tho Kaupaku
lua winery, waB cutting a plcco of
vood nt hlb homo nt Knupakulua some
time ago, n piece of stick flow and
(.truck tho pupil of his right eye. In
juring It qulto badly. Ills many
friends will bo glad to learn that Mr.
Aheong Is improving. Tho same eyo
was hit by a pleco of soda water hot-
tlo at Honolulu somo ten years or
rnoro ago, and Mr. Aheong spent
I'omo tlmo at tho Queen's hospital In
conscqucnco of that mishap. Tho pres
ent mishap, howovr, will not perma
nently Injuro ills eyesight.
TWO MONSTER QUNS
Among tho passongors who pass
ed through horo In tho Mongolia yes
terday were the Hon. Uonlto Lcgarda
nnd Hon. Pablo Ocampo, the two
commissioners who nro going to
Washington to represent the Inter
ests of the Philippines, Collector J.
S. Hord of tho Intornnl revenuo scr
vlco at Manila was also a passenger
on his way to Washington. During
tho troubles In tho Philippines, Lc
garda and Ocampo wero both mem
bers of Agulnaldo's cabinet. Ocampo
was taken prisoner and sent to Guam
nnd kopt thcro for somo tlmo boforo
ho was allowed to return to his na
tive land. Tho commissioners aro
accompanied by their secretaries who
draw $2000 a year each.
Col. O. L. Anderson, who left in
tho Mongollayestorday after a gen
eral Inspection of Army affairs here,
Is quoted as saying that tho report
regarding tho mosquitoes In tho rico
fields at Fort Shatter will havo no
effect on the plans for tho enlarge
ment of the post, which will be car
ried out in tho near future. Ho also
stated that the Honolulu harbor en
trance would bo guarded by two 11
Whoro there's a will thero'a always
u way to dodgo It.
Wttbhlngton, Dec. 17. Secretary
Cortclyou, In a signed statomont giv
en out tonight, pronounces unquali
fiedly falso tho current rumors of un-
duo political activity of his friends in
forwarding a movement In his Inter
est. Tho Secretary declares that
neither ho nor his friends havo used
their Influence In behalf of any caudl
date for tho Presidency and that ho
has not been a candidate for anything
but tho confidence of tho poopto. Ho
adds that If ho should hereafter decldo
to bo a candidate for offlco ho will say
Prlr.cs awarded at Bccond annual
Agricultural Inhibition of tho Farm
ers' Instltuto of Hawaii:
8ECTI0N A FRUITS.
Class 1 Oranges ( Seedling Hawaii
an. first, C. W. Uooth, Honolulu; sec.
ond. Dr. Whitney. Honolulu. Oranges.
navel: first, Mrs. John Soper, Hono
lulu; second. Mrs. Ltlluoknlanl Dotn-
lnls, Honolulu. Oranges, Mandarin:
second, II. J. Rhodes, Honolulu.
Class 2 Jomelos, Seedling Hawaii
an: second, II. J. Rhodes, Honolulu.
Class 3 Lemons: first, A. W. Car
Class 4 Limes: first, A. F. Judd,
Honolulu; second, Harry Roberts, Ho
nolulu. CIbbs 9 Pnpalas (long variety):
first, Mrs. John Soper, Honolulu.
ClaBS 12 Mammas, Chinese, best
Elnglo bunch: first, Moanalua Gar
dens. Ulucflclda, best Blnglo bunch:
first, Moanalua Gardens. Ico Cream,
best slnglo bunch: first, C. W. Ilooth.
Class 13 Pineapples, Smooth Cay
enno. first, Hawaiian Pineapple Co;
second, Byron O. Clark.
Class 1C Best collection of rare or
unusual fruits (not Including any of
tho above varieties): first prize, Har
ry Robert, Honolulu; first prize for
citrus Japonlca, Mrs. John Soper; first
prlzo for cocoauuts, Moanalua Gar
dens. SECTION B VEGETABLES.
Rest collection: first prize, Alllolant
A now vegetablo to Hawaii, Chay
oto, first prize, II. J. Rhodes, Hono
lulu. SECTION C FIELD CROPS.
Class 1 Potatoes: first prize, Mr.
McClcan, Wahlawa, Oahu.
Grasses and legumes: first prize,
Rhodes Grass, A. F. Judd, Honolulu.
First prizo, Puspalum dllatatum, A. F.
Class 2 A Haifa, green: first prize,
lnlm nullnlifl. Mn.innlun. Onhtt. Moa
nalua Dairy. Alfalfa, cured: first
prlzo, John Cullens, Moanalua, Oahu,
Class 4 Fodder Corn: First prlzo,
John McClcan, Wahlawa, Oahu; tec-
cud prize, John Cullens, Moanalua,
Class 5 Field beans and peas, bcBt
collection: First prlzo, Nlppu JIJI
SECTION D MISCELLANEOUS
AND STAPLE CROPS AND
Coffeo and its pioducts: First
prlzo, C. W. nooth, Honolulu.
CasBava and lt products: First
prlzo. C. Koelllng. Kancohc, Oahu.
SECTION E DECORATIVE PLANTS
Class 1 Palms: Rest slnglo Bpcc
Iment: First prize, II. J. Rhodes.
Best collection: first prize, II. J.
SECTION G CUT FLOWERS.
Carnations, (bost 12 specimens of
ono variety): First, Mrs. 11. J.
Rhodes; second, T. Klnlklyo, Hono
lulu. Roses, (bost 12 specimens of ono
variety): First prlzo, T. Klnlklyo.
Asters, (best 12 specimens of ono
variety) : First prize, T. Klnlklyo.
llnumontla grandlflora and Ixora
First prlzo, C. W. Booth, Honolulu.
AWARDED HONORABLE MENTION
BY THE JUDGES.
Boys' Industrial School, Walalee,
Oahu, for General Agricultural Ex
hibit. Pacific Guano and Fertilizer Co.,
lor exhibit of fertilizers. '
Hawaiian Fertilizer Co., Ltd., for
Hawaiian Flbro Company for sisal
and tta products.
Captain R. V. Woods, Kona Kannlng
Co., Koalakckua, Hawaii, for exhibit
of Jams and Jellies, and vanilla beans.
Gerrlt P. Wilder for spineless cac
tus. Ynmajo Sny Manufacturing Com
pany for exhibits of Jnpaneso sauces.
Hawaii Agricultural Experiment
Station for genet al exhibit.
Oyster Cocktails and
Every Day After 4: p.m.
SCOtty'S, The Royal Annex.
Cor. Merchant and Nuiiana Ste.
Hotel St. Store
OPP. YOUNG- H0TSI.
New Lines of Ties, Belts
Smoking Jackets, Bath Robes--Just In
P. E. R. Strauchj
A HIGH ELEVATED TRACT
OF LAND opposite Hon.
Henry E. Cooper's residence '
at Manoa Valley with un
obstructed view, on right hand side ,
cf car line. Will sell one or two
(teres to suit purchaser. One of the
very best building lots in Manoa.
WAITY P.LDG., 74 S. KING ST,
Have You Ever Used
Fountain Brush t It is
a gem for shampooing
or bathing; water
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