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New Tapestry and
III COTTON, WOOL. PART SILK, AND ALL SILK,
IN PRETTY COLORINGS.
in petty Roman stripes, for draping and portieres,
CO inches wide 60c and 05c a yd.
for furniture and couch covers, pretty combination of
colors, 50 inches wide, from ?1.00 yd. up
HANDSOME FURNITURE TAPESTRY
from $2.00 yd. upw.
SEE WINDOW DISPLAY.
RUMOR SiS UP
A rumor haw been In circulation In
lli .Inpanoso colony this uiomlui; to
the effect Hint Iho Japanese govern
ment, through tho War Department,
has sent out to China n largo forco of
soldiers to prevent tho construction
of tho proposed railroad between SI
mlntun nnd Fuktimen. Tho anxiety of
tho local Japnncito to ascertain the
truth of the rumor was so great that
tho telephones wcro kept busy for
Koine limn with Inquiries about It.
The ulllclals of the Japancso Consul
ate were also communicated with, but
no satisfactory answer was obtained.
They said that they had not received
any news relative to tho matter.
SOLID COLOR BURLAPS
All colors, yd. wide 20c a yd.
FANCY PRINTED BURLAPS
new designs and colorings 30c a yd.
CATHEDRAL CURTAIN MADRAS
exquisite combination of colors and new designs....
20o a yd.
IMPORTED CURTAIN MADRAS
sheer and fine quality, delicate combination of colors,
50c a yd.
in most unique designs and new color combinations,
20c and 25o a yd.
TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THE
in Children and Hisses' Wool Coats and Children's
Rainy Day Skirts.
SALE WILL CONTINUE FOR A FEW DAYS
Limited. Cor. Fort and Beretania
MANURE FOR FERTILIZING
The Pond Dairy
plants and lawns can be had at a reasonable
price, with delivery, at
lry a Case of
LIE JUICE and SODA
I No soda water to equal it in delicacy of
i Flairni nr rnfmcliSnrt nnurnp
iiuvui ui i en oiling purrci
CONSOLIDATED SODA WORKS CO., LTD.
G. S. LEITHBAD, Manager.
M. R. Counter
THE LEADING- WATCHMAKER.
When leaving your Watoh, Clock or Jewelry with me for re
pair vou have the benefit of ferry-seven years' experience. Fine,
complicated watches a specialty,
Orders By Mail Promptly Attended To.
1142 Fort Street
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IF you only knew liow artistically tf
lovely we can make the simplest ' x5
fcsC7 home, for n little hit of tim-i-v.
K$? yoit would not live another day in .
iiiose om rooms.
See Me About Them
DEATH OF i$ GUILD '
Mrs. Mary Guilt died thlH morning
at Kwn, whom she lias been thing
with one of licr sons.
Mrs Uulld was born nt Selkirk,
Scotland, on 2nd February, 1839. Slio
came to tliu Islands to join, her boiis
about seven yearn ngo nnd has lately
resided nt Rwa.
Mrs. Guild leaves n family of six
sons nnd four daughters; four sons
nnd one daughter being hero In Ha
waii. Tho funeral services will bo held nt
tho residence of John Guild, 1723 Col
legt street, tomorrow, Saturday, at 3
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of these standing committees and of
other special committees appointed,
much good has been done and effect
ual work been accomplished.
Your committees on Trndo and Fi
nance has had, for Its special consid
eration, the following matters: Insur
ance rates, handling of baggago and
freights nt this port and at San Fran
cisco, and recommendations to tho tax
committee. Speclnl reports by the
commlttco on tho nbovo matters are
now on (lie and available to any of the
members of tho Association. Minor
matters, regarding general trado af
fairs, havo been cared for by this com
mltteo nnd Informally reported to your
directors and the Association from
time to time.
Your Committee on Publicity and
Promotion has been particularly ac
tive, during the past year, nnd has ill
icctcd, through our representatives,
the Hawaii Promotion Committee, all
possible effort for the encouragement
of tourists, traffic, and for tho proper
advertising of tho Territory's re
bources nnd commerclnl advantages.
Your Commlttco on Public Affairs
has had, for Its consideration, matters
of general Interest to tho community
at largo and has, at nil times, partic
ularly endeavored to co-opernto with
members of tho Chnmbor of Com
merce of Honolulu for tho betterment
of conditions In these Islands. This
committee, through its individual
members, has been particularly active
In having matters properly represented
through our representative nt Wash
ington, Mr. Geo. I). McClellnn, and
has through him kept In especially
close touch with our Congressional
Delegate, Honorablo Jonah Kalanla
naole. Wo take particular plcasuro In
advising J on that at all times this
Association has received duo rccognl
tlou by the authorities at Washington
and that our representative has ro
eclved every posslblo courtesy in pro
seating communications which wc
havo qulto frequently addressed to out
Congressional fi lends and to tho Fed
cral officers nt Washington nnd In this
The Association, through Special
Committees appointed, has been active
in tho endeavor to further tho passage
of the refunding bill and also tho pas
sago of the ship subsidy bill and for
the modification of the coastwlso ship
ping law as applied to traffic between
this Territory und tho mainland. Spec
lal resolutions and communications
have been forwarded to the proper au
thorities at Washington and assur
unco has been received of tho hearty
support on theso matters from soveral
of tho United States Congressmen.
Wo, however, regret to eay that no
definite or formal action has been tak
en by tho homo government on these
It has been gratifying to tho direct
ors of this Association and no doubt
It has been to tho members In general,
that a satisfactory decision was made
by tho Federal authorities regarding
a Post Oinco site and that through the
efforts of this Association, In conjunc
tion with thoso of tho Chamber of
Commerce, tho matter was finally and
so satisfactorily settled.
Upon a call from Admiral Very, rep
rescntatlvcs of this Association met
and discussed efforts to be made for
the securing of Improvements at
Pearl Harbor. Valuable information
anil encouragement was given us by
Admiral Very and )our directors havo
niado a strenuous effort to promote
this work and secure Ilia necessary ap
propriations by the Federal Govern
tnent. Communications hao systematical
ly gone forward, urging appropriations
for tho Hlk) Urcakwatcr and for the
improvement of the Honolulu Harbor,
nnd nlso for appropriations for forti
fications and lighthouses on this
Island. It Is gratlf)lng to note that
our cffortB hnve been rewarded in n
considerable measure, und we feci
thnt these efforts hnve In a measuro
dono their part In securing the Im
provements referred to.
Your Special Committee, apolntcd
to confer with tho Hoard of Health
und Federal quarantine authorities,
was particularly successful In securing
n modification of the quarantine regu
lations as would in the least posslblo
wuy prove n hardship to the local mer
chants. Hcports regarding the receipts nnd
disbursements of tho Honolulu Ship
pers' Wharf Committee, in the hand
ling of what Is known as tho local
quarantine tax, havo been iccehed by
your directors and It has been tho
Bcnse of your Hoard of Directors that
this tonnage tax Is u practical and
Just manner of collecting a fund for
emergencies, such as have arisen dur
ing thu past number of years. In con
nection with this matter, jour direct
ors recommend that every posslblo ef
fort be mndo by this co-nmentty to se
cure, if posslblo, from tho next com
ing Legislature an appropriation for
tho proper support of the local Hoard
of Health. It Is also recommended
thnt, IC possible, some person among
tho local mercantile trade be appoint
ed to fill the next vacancy that may
occur on tho Hoard of Health, It being
felt that suggestions emanating from
such n representative would, on many
occasions, provo practical and very
beneficial In tho deliberation of thu
local Hoard and the formation of iti
Your directors particularly urgo that
every effort should bo made to secure
better wharf facilities for the hand
ling of Incoming freights.
As n retiring Board of Directors, wo
earnestly hope that a spirited Interest
mny bo taken In tho affnlrs of this As
sociation during tho coming jear, and
wo wish to extend to our successors
tho encouragement and nssurnnce
that, ns Individuals, your retiring
Hoard will offer nnd lend every pos
slblo help In tho work of tho Incoming
An InhiUtloit lor
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roniuit lrrtmnU II U IptIqU to motUf
wiin -DikU cnikdrvs.
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will flod ImmtdlkU rLif
from Cnuffbt or Infltnwl
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Hand potul for de-
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aUIIAV At Ewa. Oahu, on January
17, 1908, aged 69 years, Mary Guild,
widow of James Guild, lato of Edln
THE FLYING OF KITE8.
Tho Japanoso and Chinese hate
about the same enthusiasm for kite
flying as wo havo for basoball.and
ono of tho national sportB 1b kite
fighting. In a kite fight tho strings
of tho kite aro covered with a prepa
ration of powdered glass that gives
thorn along their entlro length tiny
saw-tooth, and tho object Is for ono
string to fall saw like over another so
ns to cut It. Great skill Is displayed
In theso fights. Young men bandlo
tho kites with great dexterity, steer
ing thorn hero and there In a way out
tldo of tho orient. A klto, bb If alive,
suddenly darts down and to tho left,
It croBBes the track of another kite,
tho two Btrlngs come together with a
hnnunlng nolso, and In a mlnuto tho
under kite, Ub cord sundorod, falls to
tho ground llko n bird that has been
shot. A Japancso or a Chtneso thinks
nothing of sending up a klto so that
for hours It shall fly directly above
Lis head. It secniB curious to tho
scientists of other countries that
thoso Orientals who aro so skillful nt
klto construction nnd flying and who
can build things m lightly havo never
turned to tho problems of aerial nnvl
TO CLEAN OUT WALL STREET.
Another Interesting religious ser
vlco was held last night In tho little
church of tho Korean Mission on
'Punchbowl street. The room wns
crowded with the members of the
Korean congregation who listened at
tentively tu the address by lllshop
Moore. His remarks wcro Interpret
ed by ono of tho teachers. Thoso
who took part In the services wcro
the fifty pupils of tho Korean school,
Including boys of fiom eight yearn
old up to twenty. They wcro In uni
form. They sang several hymns,
como In Ihigllsh und somo In their
After tho address by Htshop Moore,
clx men, four women, two boja and
one little girl wcro bnptlzed.
Mrs. Richards related the incident
of the first Korean band coming to
Hawaii. A reception for Illsliop
Mooro and his daughter, Mrs. A. M.
I'ltkln, was held lifter tho religious
services. Refreshments were served.
In tils nddicss, Illshop Mooro spoke
of "Some Characteristics of tho Apos
tle Paul." Ho dwelt on how willing
Paul was to do nil things nnd brave
(.11 things to the death In order to
carry out the Divine commands thnt
hau been laid upon him.
Itev. J. W. Wndman, superintend
ent of the mission, gave a lengthy re
port of the local mission work.
At the King Street Japanese Meth
odist Church Hcv. G. Motokawa held
n devotional meeting yesterday. It
was n rousing meeting. Mrs. Mack,
superintendent of the Susannah Wen
ley Home und Training School, on
South street, presented n report of
Following theso reports, there were
a number of introductions, Including
Dr. Illngham, Mrs. Conn, Mrs. Cho
pin, Mrs. Hrynnt, Miss Tnnaka, nnd
Mrs. Amy Mooro Pitkin of Denver,
daughter of Illshop Moore, who ac
companies him on tho present itiner
ary. The program for tomorrow is as
8:30 a. m. Prayer and praise. Lead
er, MrB. Joseph Richards.
9 a. m. Tho Hlshop's address.
9:30 a. m. Sectional Interpretation
10 n. m. UuslnosB session.
1 1 : 30 Comcrrutlnn.
2 p. m. Field Day nt tho Korean
7:30 p. m. Around tho World with
Rev. W. D. Wcstervelt, followed by a
EVENING COURSES OF
THE NEW COLLEGE
P. E. R. Strauch
i 13T KING STREET.
A HIGH ELEVATED TRACT
OF LAND opposite Hon.
Henry E. Cooper's residence
nt Manoa Valley with un
obstructed view, on right hand side
cf car line. Will sell one or two
acres to suit purchaser. One of the
very best building los in Manoa,
McKecsport, Pa., Dec. 20. Dr. II. J.
niack, tho former Mayor of this city,
who was Congressman Dalzell's oi
ponent In 190C, was Invited recently
by Dnlzoll to visit President Roose
velt and accepted. Together they vis
ited the White Houso laBt Wednesday.
Black told UoosoNclt ho wuh sorry the
teoplo of McKecsport would not havo
an opportunity to vote for him again
and Black Bays tho President made
this reply In tho presenco of Dalzell:
"I'm sorry, too. Doctor, bocauso I
would lko to havo had a llttlo mora
tlmo to clean out Wall street syndt
Sneaker Cannon nnd J. II. Keat
ing, campaign manager for Vice Prcs
ident Fairbanks, and Thomns K. Nel
drlnghnus held n stur-chumbor ses
sion In tho Planters' Hotel, St. Louis.
It Is believed to mean a combination
for concerted nctlon against the can
didacy of Secretary Taft.
It Is announced in London that tho
pick of the Kann art collection, pur
chased by Duvcon brothors for ?4,
000.000 laBt August, has gone, to
America. Mrs. Collls P. Huntington
74 S. KING ST, being one of the chief purchasers.
There was a meeting of tho Hoard of
KegentB of thu College of Agriculture
and Mechanic Arts yesterday after
noon, Action was taken upon various
matters connected with tho opening
up of the school on February 3. An
evening course In horticulture and en
tomology is being arranged, which will
coifslst of lectures given twlco n week,
continuing probably through February
and Match. No tuition feu will be
Governor Fronr was present nt tho
meeting, and tol.l of his work at Wash
ington to get for Hawaii her share of
tho Federal appropriation for agricul
TO DISCUSS TAX CASES
because tt has the idea' insulation; there are eight separate
walls wood, air-space, sheathing, mineral wool, sheathing,
wood sheathing, zinc. That saves money in ice-bills.
It holds the door absolutely tight by bolting it both
at top nnd bottom. The middle-lock allows the warm air
from witnout to Ret In, at the least warping of the doors,
in other jcfngerntors.
It's cleanest, nnd most easily cleaned. And there are
seven other reasons that we will be glad to tell you at
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Come Out Of It!
GET OUT OF THE RUT! The lamp is old-fashioned
that's no reason why YOU should be, is it?
If you are using the lamp, you certainly ARE,
and if you are using nnv OTHER form of lighting, except
the ELECTRIC LIGHT, you are not up-to-date.
Have your home wired by the
Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.,
0ffic, KING ST. netir ALAKEA. PHONE 390.
will give you the
Buttermilk and it
will have all of
the butter fat of
the milk, and will
than sold by
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Silk Shirt Waists,
Everything from Japan
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"Tto tho AttornoyB In tho Tax Cufc03,
"Tho attorneys In tho t.lx cnos aro
requested to appear hefo.-o thu Sit
promo Court on Monday next, Janu
ary 20, at 10 a. ui., to arrango for fur
ther disposition of tho remululng tax
"Ily tho court.
"JAMKS A. THOMl'SON'.
"Clerk, Supremo Court."
Tho foregoing notice has hem post
ed at tho door of tho 3upiemu Court
room. Tho tax cases incntlouod uro
tho thirty or mora depreciation rases
which aro all of tho Ban-.e nature as
tho Cwa cutso, which win .lei.ldcd last
Monday. Tho meottng Is lo doleimlno
tho formal proceedings to be had in
tho remaining cases.
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