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EVENING DUI-LET1N, HONOLULU, T H. MONDAY, JAN. 27, 1008. '
is reliable, dependable, serviceable, and satisfactory. Every
pair is guaranteed. When you buy ONYX, you get the best
A full nssortment for Ladies, Misses, and Children.
New designs, in dots, figures, and stripes. Suitable for
' Shirt Waists, Suits, and Men's Shirts.
Extrn.Good Values, at 20c, 25c, 30c, and 35c a yd.
Extra good values, a variety to select from, at $1.50.
Made of the best quality of Mercerised Sateen, with two
Ruffles and one Dust Ruffle.
At $1.75 and $2,00, several styles to select from, in all
Slack, and Black with white trimming.
At $3,75, Black Alpaca Petticoat, with wide flounce,
Ruffle, and extra Bust Ruffle.
N.S.SACHS DRY GOODS
Cor Beretania and Fort
Call for ours
If you will ask your friends which drink they prefer
there will be no equivocation in the answer. They will
tell you they prefer our soda water because of the evenness
of the flavor, the snap, becauso it is full charged, and be
cause it is delivered on time.
CONSOLIDATED SODA WORKS CO., LTD.
TELEPHONE 71. 0. S. LEITHEAD, Manager.
MANURE FOR FERTILIZING
plants and lawns can be had at a reasonable
price, with delivery, at
The Pond Dairy
BARGAIN SALE at IRS!er's
See our window display. Any article for 50c
Many pieces worth three times the money.
Sale begins Jan, 25th. Lasts-until Feb. 1 only
IF you only knew how artistically
lovely vc can make the simplest
lionic, for a little liit of money,
you wolild not live another day in
tho.se old rooms,
See Me About Them
PHONE 420. 137 KINO STREET.
Pretence of Mr. Swanzy and W.
Kinney Starts Rumors of
(Siicclnl to Tim II u I I c t I n)
Wnhlawn, Knnnl, Jnn. 24. V. M.
Swnnzy, treasurer of Mcllrydo SuKiir
Co., Is visiting hero this week, and
to Is V A. Kinney.
Whenever these two gentlemen ap
pear nt Wnhlawn, the. community
sits tip and nslfs what next.
Tho Knunl Electric Company Is a
The Knlahco homcstcaillng propo
rtion looks very promising.
The pineapple undertaking Is on
the way to all expectations.
The eanc nil over Mcllrydo looks
And, oh, hut the Knual Kallroad
Company? Is that to he pushed ahead
Humor has It that Mr. Jaeger is
about to hcgln operations on tha ex
tension between Kukulula nnd the
pineapple factory. Mcn ot such en
ergy and Industrlousncss nro always
a blessing to any community from all
points of view. Wnhlawaltcs know
and nppreclato It.
W. D, Mcltrjitc, supervisor nnd
manager of the Knunl County and
Kauai Land and Krult Company re
specthcly, took In the capital this
week and Is hack again to the balmy
almosphuro of Brdcsvood.
Jno. Kevin, mannger Pacific l'lnc
apple Company, was also a visitor to
town nnd says, "Nothing llko Knual."
These, two gentlemen while In Ho
nolulu this time took In all the Wa
ll lawn, Oithii, pino country. Their
impression fioni this trip Is that Wn
hlawn, Knual, Is all right. Tho Ka
laheo homesteaders nre craving for
more plants an encouraging sign.
The first convention of tho Oahu
Young I'eoplo's Junior Union was
held In tho 1'ortugueso Church yes
terday afternoon. The meeting wne
a most auspicious commencement for
the Union, in Us efforts to bring all
tho societies together In Christian
The president of tho Union, MIhs
Edna I'crklns, piesldcd, nnd with hct
on tho platform wcroMlsu Yarrow,
Kdward Traccy, secretary; Itov. Da
vid Crane, pastor of the Methodist
Church; Ilev. E. W. Thwing nnd the
presidents of tho societies. Mr. Crane
conducted tho devotional exercises.
Tho roll call showed flvo societies
In attendance, which Is over 00 poi
cent. The Kaulkeaoull Society will
hold for three months the attendance
banner, the gift of tho Senior Union
The responses to tho roll call were
mostly verses of Scripture. Tho Mu
noa and Kawnlahno Societies sang u
Mr. Thwing gavo n very Interest
ing talk on tho Orient. Mrs. Yarrow
conducted tho singing, with Mrs. llw
Ing as organist.
LYONS 14TH ANNIVERSARY.
(Special to tha Hullo tin
Wnlluku. Maul, Jan. 2!i. Mr. am
Mrs. T. 11. I.jona gavo a luiiu at tlicl
Wnlluku homo last Sunday to a num
her of their friends to commemorate
tho fourteenth anniversary of thcl
wedding. Tho affair was qulto large
ly attended. Attorney Watson wsi
there, also Judgo Kcpolkal, Asscssoi
Robinson nnd many others. Mr. Wat
sou was overheard to remark tha
mich n Bprcad was rarely seen at Ho
nolulu banquet tables and ho compll
mentcd ery much those who won
icsponsihlo for such an excellent lay
cut. l'edio mid music followed the
ROBINSONS OF PAIA
25 YEARS MARRIED
(Special to tho Hullo tin)
Wnlluku, Maul, Jan. 25. Mr. nnc
Mrs. Henry Ilohlnson of Tula gavo a
very luxurious luau at their I'ala honu
last Tuesday evening In honor of tlu
twenty-fifth anniversary of their wed
ding. A largo number of their frleiult
wcro present. Many from Walluki
and oen from Honolulu woio present
to show tho happy couple tho high cs
esteem in which they wero held by
their numerous friends. Thoy were
tho happy recipients of good wishes
from their hosts of friends.
' i .
Prof, Clcorgo Malcolm Stratton is to
assumo full professorship in depnrt
mont of psjchology ut tho Untvcrslt)
SONS OF SCOTLAND
HONOR ROBBIE BURNS
Great Assembly of Scotchmen
Their Friends Celebrate
A Movable Cottage, size about
12x24, containing 3 rooms. Made
of T, & Q. Comes apart in sections.
A few hours' time will take it apart
and put it up again. In good condi
tion. Just the thins for camping,
Kvcry "Hums night" h n great
night, and nlwnjs tho last one seems
r. little better than all that hno
Wnverley Hnll was filled to the
limit for tho celebration of tho This
tlo Club on Saturday ccnlng. and of
courso it wns a Jolly crowd. Tho
speeches were good and none better
than that delivered by Mr. Tosh to
the toast "Hums." The songs woro
of tha minor strain and did not bring
In as much of the chorus dash and
fwlng as Is sometimes liic ease. Hut
what would, Hums nights ba if tho)
were always devoted to the same side
of Hums chnractcr.
Chief J. M. McKlnnnn presided. Ho
made a brief introductory address,
leaving tho speechmaklng to the
guests, nnd presented each speaker in
a pleasant strain. Piper Stewart
played tho overture on the bagpipes
nnd inndo things ring or tho Scotch
Tho old fnvorlte song, "Thero Wat
n Lad Was Horn In Kle," wns Bung
by I). W. Anderson In fine voice.
"The Immortal Memory of Robert
Hums" wns drunk wlln enthusiasm.
P. K. Tosh, who responded to the
toast of the evening, related the ca
reer of Hums from his birth 149
cars ngo that night, In a mud-wall-cd
cottage ot Callaway, County of
Ayr, .Scotland. He said that Hums
was a small farmer who endured
many struggles, lie cited "Scots,
Wlin' Htt'o" as the grandest war song
as well as tho most stirring national
anthem ever written, quoting the
stanza "Hy oppression's woes nnd
pains," etc. At tlto close of his
speech Mr. Tosh wns accorded enthu
Chris. Jenkins sang "Angus McDo
nald" so well that he was recalled for
Whon called on for a recitation,
famla Wilder proceeded to entertain
his hearers in fine stlo. He excited
the rlslblcs of his congregation so
much that ha wns almost drowned h
tho outcries of Joy nnd delight.
K. A. Mod-Smith, Secretary of the
Territory, lwho responded to tho toast
"Tho Prcsldcnt.Jrt IJietfnJtal States,"
sold that the,Kxccutlv,i),pf this Terri
tory had responded sixty times to the
toast of tho President of the United
States since President Kooseelt took
office six years ngo. Heforo conclud
ing Secretary Mott-Smlth told of the
tlmo ho "nearly met President Mc
Klnlcy" and ended with thp follow
ing: "In tho midst of his larger duties
and national policies tho President
tlnds and takes time to devote to the
Consideration of Hawaii. His inter
est is as remarkable as it Is slncore
and observing. Wo may truthful!)
and proudly claim that we nro the
(ubjects of his especial attention. The
"President has found in this llttlo out
post between tho Occident and the
Orient earnest men nnd women work
ing out problems, tho gradual and
luccessful solution of which arc
having and will have, an Important
hearing on the futuro policies of the
United States. Porto lltco, n depend
ency, is struggling to govern Itsclt
along American lines. Cuba line
been given n government 'made in
tho United States' which It is trying
to mako fit. Tho Philippines have
tho army to nsslst them, In Hawaii
wo hnvo none of this; Hawaii, the
fair land where, no matter what our
several nationalities are, there it
room for us ail; where we under
rtnnd ono nnothcr nnd do business
together; whero wo nro Bano and
healthy; Hawaii, which In organi
zation nnd form of government ap
proaches statehood moro nearly than
any other Territory in tho Union
Ot this Hawaii President Roosevelt is
Justly proud nnd ho will always keep
It In his hand."
Tho famous "Scots Wha' Hn'e,"
which was to bo sung by Stanley
Livingston, who wns absent, was ab
ly responded in by Dr. Ilnmus, lie
gavo a delightful number on tho "cel
lo with Mr. Cooko as accompanist.
Alexander Young, who wild that
he did not know what It meant to
lespond to the land o' Hums, took
his position and spoko of Scotland's
proud station slnco sho "annexed IOn
gland and Wales and held up a warn
ing finger to Ireland " Tho spenkor
set the house roaring with stories
and concluded with u poem,
C. O. Livingston sang "The Land
o' tho Leal" and wns loudly applaud
ed. "The King nnd Queen," which
aroused tho greatest enthusiasm of
any toast of tho evening, was follow
ed by a spontaneous outburst ot nil
voices singing "God Save the King."
Consul Korstor mnde a very happy
W. T Rawlins' rcsponso to tho
toast "Tho Lnnd Wo Livo In" was
en oratorical effort than wont
straight to tha hearts of his hearers
P. E. R. Strauch
Waity Bldg. 74 S. King St.
law v 'fr
"For orer CO years I have slvrsjt kept
Ajrer'sChtrry TecUiral In the houe. My
father often told mo that It saved my life
when I a very young."
of homes Ayer's
la a household
parents, thon by tbe parents, and
now by tho children. For colds
and coughs, croup, bronchitis, la
grippe, inflammation in tho throat
or in tho bronchial tubes,
is tho standard remedy tho world
over. It contains no narcotic or
poison. Accept no substitute.
Put up in largo and small bottles.
trw4 fcr tr. I. C. Arr & C , llwiN, Mui , U. S. A.
FREAR DEFENDS SALE
OF KAUAI SISAL LAND
Referring to tho ndvci tlscment of
tho Territorial Covernmcnt that It
will put up for sale ut public auction
four trncts of f00 acres each of lnnd
nn Knual, Governor Frcnr states that
thero Is nothing In this plan nt all
antagonistic to his land policy ns out
lined In the address he made recent
ly heforo tho Commercial Club.
This lnnd, which Is considered to
be good for nothing hut sisal, con
sists of 2000 acres In a narrow strip
ilong the N'apall coast, nnd Is at
present under lenso to tho Knuilsens.
but tho greater part of It Is not be
ing used. The soil Is principally
land, nnd with tho exception of home
'tlnwo trees nt each end, tho only
cgctntlou consists of homo stunted
Tho Knuilsens ngrco to surrender
their lenso it the land Is put up tot
inle, but tho (lotcniur says that this
iurremlcr Is not conditional on their
getting tho laud, as tho sale will he
open to nil bidders. Tho upset price
is $11 an acre, so the Government 1
suic of getting at lenst $1(100 fin
the tract. The conditions ot nulo re
quire Hint during the first five ycftrs
75,000 sisal plants nre to ho put out
on "i! ncres of oath of tho Ii00-ncrt
pieces, which will mean that when
tho patents nro granted thero will be
nearly a million nnd n halt Blsal
plants set out. Tho planting will
"all for nu Investment of from SZT,,
000 to $.10,000, exclusive or tho cost
at mills nnd other machinery.
Governor l'rear says ho bcllovci
the disposing of this now useless land
will bo the means nt building up n
Inrgo Industry on Knual besides
bringing Into tho Treasury u large
ash payment nnd the taxes that will
-csult from the Increased valuo ol
- BULLETIN ADS. PAY
MANAGER BULL WELL
According to a cablegram received
by I) 1' It Iscnherg. Hdwaril K. Hull
manager of tho O.ihu Sugar Com
pany, who has undergone, n success
ful oneratlon. Is doing very well.
Mr, Hull expects to return In tho
Mongolia, which Is duo to arrlvo on
Georgo Lcthardt, bridegroom of one
week, who disappeared fiom Alameda
three months ngo, Is heard fiom In
u St, Louis hospital.
no one m
has ever taken advantage of our offer to return his money W
if he didn't like our butter. The fact is (W)
tie j3aa:AMau:maBggy tar, srmat, , . as.ig (jsS)
pleases everybody, and we are taking no risk when we of- (
fcr your money back.
IT COMES in 3-pound crocks and more.
IT "GOES" well, and so docs ' some more."
5oc to $2.00
NUUANO BELOW HOTEL STREET.
.--,. - The Modern Liglit
and you will wonder, as everyone does who uses it, how
you EVER did without it.
Hawaiian Eleotric Co., Ltd.,
Office, KING ST. near ALAKEA. PHONE 390.
W ' IIMH
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), nt $25 per acre.
To put irrigation canals,
etc., on the property will
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.
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.
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PAYS FOR ITSELF.
MAKES GOOD SIGNS.
Silk Shirt Waists,
Everything from Japan
F. S. Nagami,
Kodak Developing, Printing;, En
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R. MIYATA & CO.,
CONTRACTORS. BUILDERS, PAIN.
TERS, PAPER HANGERS and
Second Hand Lumber, Doors and
Sashes Bought and Sold.
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FORT NEXT THE CONVENT.
are lr'.j'td by persons wear
ing shoes that have holes in
the soles or cracks in the
uppers. We half sole ana
heel men's shoes for $1.25
and women's for $1.00.
Prompt service always.
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1119 Union St. P. 0. Box 587.
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