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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., FRIDAY, JAN. 24, 1908.
Last Days of
This is your opportunity
The entire stock of
at 33 1-3 p.c. Discount
which means a saving of
33 1-3 cents on every
TSt. S. SACHS
DRY GOODS CO., LTD.
the water that
the product of
CONSOLIDATED SODA WORKS CO., oLTD.
TELEPHONE 71. 0. S, LEITHKAD, Manager.
MANURE FOR FERTILIZING
plant and lawns can be had at a reasonable
price, with delivery, at &
The Pond Dairy
I BARGAIN SALE at y I
i See our window display. Any article for 50c !
1 1 Many pieces worth three times the money. ;
j Sale begins Jan, 25th. Lasts until Feb. I only i
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IF you only knew how artistically
lovely we can make the simplest '
home, for n little bit of money,
you would not live another day in
those old rooms.
See Me About Them
137 KING STREET.
MB IS MB
From Taking Trip
Tlint llio clty'B hotels liavo been
making It n practice to dlssuado tlirlr
guests from tnklng trips to tlio other
Islnnits, notnbly tlint to tho Volcano,
was tho accusation mndo by Chair
man KrcJ. ti. Wnldron or tho l'io
motion Commlttoo at tho meeting of
that organization jestcrday after
noon. "Hotel managers' ot Honolulu aro
dissuading tourists from taking Inter-Island
trips," Bald Wnldron. "1
want to bring up this action on tho
part of tho hotel management ot Ho
nolulu of discouraging tho tourist
trips to tho Island of Hawaii. It Is
a short-sighted policy on their part
and ono on which the Promotion
Committee ought to go on record as
opposed to. When tourists como hero
In answer to our literature and aro
then told that tho Volcano trip that
wo aro advertising Is not worth go
ing to, that there Is nothing to sec,
and that tho trip Is an unpleasant
one, It hurts our work and leaves tho
tourist In a position where ho docs
not know whetner any of our adver
tising can bo believed or not."
Tho other members, with .tho ex
ception of K. M. Drown, who did not
hellcvo that Young personally wield
ed the hammer, ngrccd with Wnld
ron, V. T, Lucas saying that ho
know that Manager Chllds had tried
to dlssundo A. C. Uaumgartncr from
going to tho Volcano. John A. Pal
mer, It was said, had been told to
keep out of tho hotels and not at
tempt to sell tho guests tickets for
tho Volcano excursion.
J. A. McCnndlcss moved to send a
letter to Young, asking him what his
policy In regard to tho matter was.
BEST OF 1AIENT AT
CORTELYOU'S BEE BUZZES
(Continued from Pact 1)
cstcd in tho promotion of his parcels
post and postal savings bank recom
mendations. The denials which were Issued nt
both the White Houso and Secretary
Cortelyou's ofllco today were sweep
ing and absolute
Tho Secretary has told his friends
within tho laBt fow days that ho ab
solutely had no thought of resigning
or of doing anything elso than at
tend to business.
Annoyed by Criticism
Cortclyou has been annoyed, It Is
understood, by criticism of his course
slnco his Into attack of Illness, In
appearing at social functions regu
larly, while absenting himself from
his office. Tho explanation nt the
Treasury In roply to this criticism is
that tho Secrntary has been attend
ing Btrlctly to his own business, but
doing most of his work nt home,
where ho was sccuro against Intor
mptlons and could accomplish much
more. Then, slnco tlio mysterious
visit ot J. Plerpont Morgan to Wash
ington a few days ago to confer with
Cortolyou, It hns been reported tlint
tho latter would accept a position
with a Morgan financial Institution.
Tho day after tho Morgan visit It was
learned that the Whito Houso did
not know ot tho prcsenco ot Morgan
In tho city until after ho had como
and gone, and thoro was much curi
osity In high Administration circles
cs to what was going on.
Many Positions Offered
Further, It la stated that Jho Sec
rotary has had a grout number ol
Offers ot nttractlvo positions In the
last year and luia given nono of them
"I am convinced that the relations
existing botwe'en Secretaries ot the
Treasury and Wall Street have been
entirely too close," said Senator
Hansbrough, Ilepubllcan, today In
urging the Flnnnco Commttteo to
adopt an amendment to tho Aldrlch
bill, which would provent tho Secre
tary of the Treasury from controlling
the proposed Issuo of $250,000,000 In
Senator Aldrlch said that ho did
not know why tho Secretary did not
reply to the Senate's resolution ot ln
qulry, as ho had promised to send a
Many members ot tho Finance Com
mltteo nro greatly angered by Cortol
you's failure to answer.
Speeches, Songs And
Music By Recognized
As will be seen from tlio following
program, the Scottish Thistle Club
has gotten together a gain?) of talent
that will make things hum tomorrow
night at their annual celebration of
the birth of Scotia's national bard,
Hobblo Hums. At tho rate the tickets
aro selling a record house Is assured
Don't forget It.
Chief J. M MacKinnon
Dagplpo Selection Piper Stewart
Song "Thcro Was a Lad Was Uorn
in Kylo" I). W. Anderson
Toast "Tho Immortal Memory of
Robert Hums" P. E. Tosh
Song "Angus Macdouald"
Recitation James A. Wilder
Toast "Tho President of tho
Secretary E. A. Mott-Smlth
Song "Scots Wha Ha'o"
Violin Selection W. A. Loo
Toast "The Land of Rums"
Song "Tho Land o' tho Loal" ....
C. O. Livingston
Dagplpo Selection ....Piper Stowa.rt
Toast "Tho King nnd Queen"
"God Savo tho King."
Toast "Tho Land Wo Llvo In" ...
U. S. Rep-
uty pistrlct Attorney W. T. Rnwllns
Cello Selection Dr. Ramus
Song "Turn Yo to Mo" (Old High-
land Melody) .. Stanley Livingston
Recitation "Tarn o' shantcr"
0. S. Lelthend
Toast "Tho Dar" . .A. L. C. Atkinson
Song "Tho Auld Scotch Sangs" ..
C. i:. Edmunds
Song "Oh, for a Drcath of tho
Moorland" C O. Livingston
Song James A. Wilder
Dagplpo Selection ....Piper Stowart
Toast "Tho Press" Visiting Pressmen
"Auld Lang Sync."
Accompanists II. It. Macfarlanc,
Jr., Geo. P. Cooko.
PROGRESS MADE IN PARADE
An Inhalation for
Cratofant la a Boon to Atlhmalloa.
Hum It not m mora fTcil la breath la a
remedy for dliri of tha brethlfi organ! than
to Uka tha remetlf Into th ituhiKcltl
Crf aolrno cium tetania lha air, rendered
itronKtr antlirptlc, U carried OTff tin dtieaied
aurfaca tih aTtry breath, llnr prolonged and
ennrtant treatment. It U ln?aluabla ta motbera
with imall chlklroa.
TboMi of a Votim
will nnd Immediate relief
from Cougtti nt Inflamed
Condition of th thrnnt.
Bend poiUl for da
100 Fulton Street.
LEISURE. ON SHIP
Member of the Noble Order of Hobos
Arrives on the Steamer
"I'm n stowaway. Wliat'ru cu
goln' to do about It?"
A great big, long, lanky, much
bearded Individual with a decidedly
Swedish accent, cmorgud fiom n mass
of freight In tho lower part (if the ship
Hllonlan, nnd introduced himself to
tho astonished Chief Steward of tho
Loat In tho foregoing manner. His
looks did not bello his words. It was
not beyond tho rango of belief tha'
he should bo a stowaway, and the
Steward did not contradict him. Ho
looked tho part to perfection. Ho
could go on tho stage, nnd tho audi
ence, without n doubt, would Immed
iately rccognlzo what and who ho
wns. His clothes wero of tho frayed
variety that seems to bo tho prevail
ing fashion nmongst the N'oblo Ordei;
of Hobo, nnd his face, with Its luxur
iant ten-days growth of beard, remind
ed ono of a last sear's bird's nest, So
tho Steward escorted tho gentleman
to tho purser's ofllcu, whero Chnrllo
Drew and Captain Johnson decided
that they could niako very good use
of him, Indeed. So ho wns put to
shoveling coal In tho cnglno-rooms,
and It's a safe bet that ho was sorry
ho stowed away on tho Hllonlan beforo
tho voyngo was oer.
NEW - TO-DAY
All matters pertaining to tho Flor
al Parade aro moving along very sat
isfactorily nnd Chairman Gnrtley is
highly pleased with tho Interest nnd
enthusiasm that the subcommittees
aro taking In making this year's pa
rade a success.
Sergeant Harry of tho Hospital
Corps, N. O. H., has written to Mr.
Gartlcy, offering tlio services of his
men from ono to thirty In number for
unythtng that may bo needed.
George n. Carter, who has charge
of tho automobile section, reported
favorablo progress. Ho said that
many hnvo promlhcd to nsslst him In
every way. One' man said that ho
would Bpcnd 300 for the decoration
ot his automobile. Tho Elks have
decided to put In a mngntflcent float
nnd the Shrlnors, Odd Fellows, Pyth
lans and others will tako a hand In
Tho suitable names that wore pro
posed by T. W. Grelg for tho nation
al cars and floats aro "Ilrotherhood
of Nations," "Confederation of Na
tions," and "Union of Nations." Oth
er suggestions nro wanted beforo a
final selection is made.
Tho bicycle cnthuslnsts aro re
quested to consult with J. W. Hnrvo)
of Hall & Son, who Is in charge foi
CARD OF THANKS
Tho members of tho Ahnhul Ka
lama No. 1, of tho Kcaulkeaoiill lodgo
wish to express their gratltudo nnd
offer their thanks to nil those who
wero kind enough to send flowers on
tho occasion of the obsequies of thcli
late Sister, Mrs. Hnlcakala Hart.
MARY II. ATCHKRLEY,
HONOLULU SOAP WORKS CO., LTD.
ANNUAL MEETING OF STOCKHOLDERS.,
IAUKEA WILLING TO RUN AGAIN
Autlmachlno Republicans, united by
Ltncoln-Roosovolt leaguo, will bo ar
rayed as unlto against Hcrrln In com
ing San Francisco primaries,
P. E. R. Strauch
A HIGH ELEVATED TRACT
OF LAND opposite Hon.
Henry E, Cooler's residence
at Manoa Valley with un
obstructed view, on right hand Bide
cf oar line. Will sell one or two
acres to suit purchaser. One of the
very best building lots in Manoa.
WAITY BLDG., 74 3. KING ST.
Sheriff Iaukea's latest statement In
tho matter of whether he will run for
the office again or not Is that ho will
probably do so. Ho says:
"My position In tho matter Is this:
I am not a candldato In tho senso that
I am working for a nomination from
my party, but I nm willing to run If
tho party wonts me.
"It may bo that I shall bo forced to
run Independently of tho party nom
Inntlon, but In any event, If I should
so run, It wilt bo as a Democrat'
i mm m
CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR 80CIAL
Tho Chilstlan Endeavor Society of
Centrnl Union Church will hold a
aoclal li tho church parlor, this even
ing at 7.30 o'clock.
The Endcavorers and their friends
aro Invited to bo proscnt.
Dy order ot tho Hoard of Directors
notlco Is hcieby given that tlio regu
lar annual meeting of the Stockhold
ers of the Honolulu Soap Works Co.,
Ltd., will bo held nt tho ofllco of Mr.
Cecil Drown on Merchant Street In
Honolulu, Oahu County, T. II., on
Friday, tho 31st day of January,
1908, at 2 ) in., for tho burposcs of
electing ofllcerB who nre ox-otnelo Dl
tectors, and also to elect n Director,
anci for tho transaction of such othor
business as may be brought before
Honolulu, Jan. 23d, 190S.
M. I. ROD1NSON.
3907-7t Sec. and Treasurer.
"I nm particularly sorry that tho
Moana Hotel Is to bo closed," said n
uuslness man this morning. "I
would like to see tho Honolulu busi
ness men do as they did In Portland
at ono time. Tho Portland Hotol was
run nt a loss for some time Tho
business men took hold ot It because
they were determined to make It go.
They ran it for quite a while at n
loss, but It Is now ono ot tho best-
paying properties. I would like to
see Honolulu business men get to
lThe Leonard Refrigerator!
because it has the ideal 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
nt top and bottom. The middle-lock allows the warm air(
from without to get In, at the least warping of the doors,
in other refrigerators,
It's cleanest, nnd most easily cleaned. And there ait (JX
M .it..- -..... it. ..... ...;1t I,- niAj ii ... 4 E
SCVCU Ullici ii-UBima mat u mil uc blau iu lwil Juu
We offer 4000 acres in
one body, level, alluvial Del
ta soil, rich as the Nile
Delta, fronting on the Rio
Grande River, Texas (for ir
rigation), at $25 per acre.
To put irrigation canals,
etc., on the property wili
cost $10 per acre. The cost
of irrigating, about 25o per
acre per irrigation.
The land will produce an
average of 40 tons cane to
the acre, saccharine matter
15, average 200 pounds
granulated sugar to the ton.
Does not have to be replan
ted for 8 or 10 years. Land
which has been cropped to
cane for 35 years consecu
tively without fertilizer;
still yields 28 tons to the
Labor is very abundant,
satisfactory and cheap,
Mexican peons, 50 cents a
day without board. Rail
road is close by. If you
want this, cable DELTA,
to hold for examination. Ad
dress The Delta Land Co.
5oc to $2.00
NUUANU BELOW HOTEL STREET.
The Modern Liglit
and you will wonder, as everyone does who uses it, how
yon EYER did without it.
Hawaiian Eleotrio Co., Ltd.,
Office, KING ST. near ALAKEA. PHONE 300.
We are agents here for
Made and guaranteed by
the American Fruit Product
Pints .... 25 cents ; $2.50 doz.
Quarts .. 50 cents ; $5.00 doz.
Hotel and Fort Sts.
Silk Shirt Waists,
Everything from Japan
PORT NiXT THE CONVENT.
Half Sole and
A GOOD SIGN
COSTS YOU NOTHING IT
PAYS P0R ITSELF.
MAKES Q00D SIGNS.
Fi S. Naami,
Kodak Developing, Printing, En
larging and Interior Photo
graphing. HOTEL ST. bet. Nuuanu & Bethel.
R. MIYATA & CO.,
CONTRACTORS, BUILDER8, PAIN-
TERS, PAPER HANGERS and
Second Hand Lumber, Doors and
Sashes Bought and Sold.
KING ST.. PALAMA JUNCTION.
Of All Kinds And Descriptions At
SEE OUR DISPLAY.
Emma St. near Beretania.
Repaired while you wait
Vickers' Shoe Repair
J 110 Union St.
P. 0. Box 507.
Send in your order at onoe to
The Finest Jade Jewelries, Eto.
The Finest Workmanship on the
In true Occidental and Oriental
Come in and make your choice.
Hotel St., bet. Alakea and Smith.
TTtTHY NOT let us have yonr bus
" iness to advertise 1
HAWAII PUBLICITY CO.,
82 MERCHANT ST.