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CVENIN'Q BULLETIN, IIQNOLULU, T. II MONDAY, mil. 3. 1908
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Stock umst bo
Arabian Applique Net
3 yards long
$4,00 quality.. $2.50 a pair
3 1-2 yds. long, $4.00 quality
$2.50 a pair.
Extra Fine White Nottingham Curtains
$0.00 qunlity. .$3.50 a pair
$5.50 quality. .$3.00 a pair
WHITE AND CREAM SATIN
$2.50 quality. .$1.00 a yd
Broken Lots Of
i Lisle Thread Gloves
2-button length, in colors
White, Grey, and Black.
I 35c quality 20 a pair
i 40c quality 25 a pair
' GOc and G5c quality
15 a pair
N. S. Sachs Dry
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It has a pleasant, mellow flavor, and leaves no after-
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there will be no equivocation in the answer. They will
tell you they prefer our soda water because of the evenness
of tho flavor, the snap, because it is full charged, and be
cause it is delivered on time.
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Irish Point Applique
in white, 3 1-2 yds. long
$7.50 quality. Spl.00 a pair
Dotted Swiss Curtains
$1.50 quality. .05 a pair
$1.25 quality... 90 a pair
75c quality 50 a pair
WHITE FAIL! SILK
$1.50 quality OOt a yd.
GOc quality 35
75c quality 10
$1.00 quality 60
$1.50 quality S5
$2.00 quality 95
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S. LEITHKAD, Manager. J
Declares He Did Not Know
Contents Of Notley
Tin- Wtiltnch mass meeting which
was called liy tho Coniniltteo of Ten
nt Anta Park last Sntuntay night, was
a comiilcto failure. Tliero wcro hnnl
ly n liumlrcil ik.-oi.iIo present. This
llio committee men said, wan tluo to
tin' rnlii, Wullacli ami hla followers
nnhl that tho Committee could not
hnvo secured a bigger crowd oven
under the most fmornblo clrcum-
Tho Coniniltteo held a quiet niul boi
liiwful little meeting In one comer uf
the iark. They wcro soon Joined by
Wnllacli. who sarcastically "hoped
that tiny were not xoiu becatiKo they
bad so stuall u crowd." Then tbc com
mittee Jumped Wullacli.
"Confound you, Wullacli," crlgf
Clias. ClarK "You hn? tluown down
tbe Committee and hao deserted the
Hawaiian people to follow tho Atelier
leys, who ntu only staying with joii
for what tliero Is In It."
"Thej nru my friends," nnswered
"Isn't Charlie Notley your friend?'
"And the rest of the Committee. Arc
they not jour friends?"
"Well, I'm not so suro about that,
said Wullacli doubtfully.
"Well, If Notley Is our friend, why
did you roast him bo -In the Aloha
"I didn't roast Mm."
"Yes, ou dhl, In an article In lln
wallan which Is Blgned by you."
"I didn't know that that roasted
Notley. It was wittteu by Mrs. Atch
crlcy, and I told her not to roast Not
ley. I did not understand the contents
of tho letter."
Although tho Coniniltteo members
at first pitched Into the healer, their
linger gindiiallv subsided, and Iluall)
tho whole ljinif.li went up to tho band
stand, where I.ane after u llttlo speech
Introduced Wnllach us the speaker of
"I will not make a speech tonlghi
as theio tile mi few people here," be
gan Wiillnrh, waiting for a nioineul
lo let this shot at thu committee) soak
In. "I will speak at my own mecetlug
next week. Thu agreement I have
signed Is tho ono I will stay by. All
I want Is the duplicate key for tin
outsldo door A bell will never open
tho door, and Ihu life of tho people In
the Htatlon Is In my hands, and I am
Mjlely responsible for them."
Tho Atehcrleys wcro seen after tin
meeting. They wero highly elated nt
tho result, and wero afforded consld
erablo amusement from tho fact that
Wnllach had been tho only speaker nt
tho gathering which had been called
to condemn him. .Mrs. Atcherley slat
ed that Wnllach had fully known th
contents of thu letter which appeared
In the Aloha Aim.
NEW HUI PAUAHI
The Hill Pauahi, n newly organ
ized boclcty for social service among
tho students anil teachers of Oahu
College, was addressed by President
Cirlniths nt a meeting n few days
ngo, He pointed out tho work to
be done In this community. About
titty pcrbous, students, anil teachers
tiro unrolled, mid many more are ex
pected to Join tho hul shortly. The
offlccra for this school year nro ns
follows: President, John Desha;
vlco.piesldent, Miss I'oster; becrotary
With 11. Smith; treasurer, Kenneth
Plays will bo given by tho depart
ment of oral expression on Saturday
livening, I'eli. $, In tho Chns. U. Illsli
r.p hull. .Miss Hruio will have
charge of tho pltis.
MRS. STEPHEN DESHA DEAD
Mrs. Stephen L. .Desha, wlfo of the
pastor of Ilalll Church of IIllo, died
Midileuly of heart fnlluro last Sat
urday morning at 2 o'clock. Sho
was u good woman und I1118 many
friends. Sho had been suffering with
heart tumble for sumo time, but wns
believed to be improving. She was
Mrs. Slur Kapu when Hov. Mr. Desha
married her. She leaves a ulbtcr In
IIllo nnd n In other, Kapu, living In
Honolulu, mid al&o n niece, Mis. Otto
KING AT LAHAINALUNA.
(Special to tho Hit I lot In)
Walluku, Maul, Jan. 31, School In
spector C K. King was a caller nt
Walluku this morning from I.uhulna
lima, whore ho has been for tho pabt
fow days. Ho leoes per Claudlno for
Ills homo at Kurtlstown, Olna, IIllo.
$12.50 House on Gulick Ave., 3
Bedrooms, near King St.
$12.00 Furnished Cottage at Manoa
Valley, 2 Bedrooms, Ideal
Country Horaej adjoining
P. E. R. Strauch
Waity 31dg. ' 74 S. King St.
The Republican Territorial commit
tee will hold one of Iih regular inonih
meetings this evi nine The prln
clpal and only business so ru as
known will bo tho lustmiire of the rail
for primaries to eleei delegates to
the convention that will elect Hnwall's
lepresentntUcs to the national Humili
Tho business of the meeting will be
to formally adopt a call and discuss
tho dato for tho primaries and the
place for holding tho couniilluii
HUH MAUI'S lid
(Special lo Tho Hut lot In)
WAII.UKU, Maul Jan. 31.
Tho executive coniniltteo of tho
Republican County Committee,
Hon. II. P. Itnldwln. rhulrmnn,
met nt their headriuartcrs,
! Walluku, last Wednesday morn-
: lug, when various matters of
Importanco wcro discussed. Sen-
ulor S. K. Knlnma of Makawao
was chosen mnnager of the com-
Ing campaign. Mr Kalama led
! the Maul Republicans to victory
last election. :
ffio fidll mil
County Atorney Cat heart- or tho
Attorney (leliernl's olllre -mado a
8llt-ii this morning which resulted
In n prisonor going free without hav
ing to stand trial.
The Bllp-up was the lesult, appar
ent, of ocr-cagorness, an attempt
to obtain a conviction for a greater
offense when tho chnrge hlu'iuld have
been for a lesser.
Tho prisoner was .1. I'erla, who
came up on appeal fiom the District
Court, where ho had been coiiNlclcd of
having liquor uulawfull In his posses
sion. Tho charge as read to the Court
by County Attorney Cniliciiit was of
selling liquor without a license. In
violation of section 40 of Act 119 of
the session laws of l!i7
Tho prisoner's nltotin. A (1. Cor
lea. Immediately objeend to his client
being confionlcd ulili the now
charge, ns It was one fioin which he
had not iippcaled.
.ludgo I.tudsay took Hie same view
of tho matter and ordered tho ills
charge of tho prlbom r nnd the ills
missal of thu charge against him.
Ciirloa I., King of Portugal, was
born Sept. 1!8, 1SG3. Ho was tho
w,u of King Louis anil Queen Phi.
daughter of King Victor Kmnniicl of
Italy. Ho succeeded to tho throne,
Oct. 19, 1889. In 1880 ho married
tho Princess Amello of Orleans,
daughter of the Count of Paris, nnd
hail two tons, the late Princo Ixmls
Philippe, Duke of Ilrngnnzn, born,
1887, and Prime Manuel, Duko of
lleja, born 1889.
Tho Into King had n brother, still
I'vlng, Prime Alplionse, Duko of
Oporto, born lsfif,, and unmarried;
and mi mint married to tho Prince of
llohoiizcjllerii-Slguiareugcu, who has
Tho reigning family belongs lo the
Houso of llrag.inza, whose founder
was nu lllcgltiuute urn of King
John I. (A. D. 1100) or tho old Hue
of Portuguese Kings.
C. P. Morse, local ngent for the
Amcrlcau-Hnwnlhui Steamship com
pany, stated this afternoon that theie
was very little If any damago dnno to
tho Dispatch, Competent surveyors
nro at iircbcnt making a complete and
thorough Investigation of thu whole
"I do not think that tliero was any
dnningo to speak of dono to tho Dis
patch," said Moise today. "I think
that tho boat will be able to start out
on tho inn uo hnvo mapped out fur
her tomorrow night. Sho will pick
up sugar on the other Islands nnd
carry It hero."
A meting of the Hoard of Kduenlion
Is called for 3 'lo this nfterniion. Sup
cilntcndent Ilabblit states that pioh
ably only routine business will be
Swell rooms en suite with or with
out baths; with every modern con
venience. Rates may be had from
Mrs. J.. W. Macdonald,
WILDER AVE. and PUNAH0U ST.
Send in yonr oriors at nce to
The Finest Jade Jewelries, Etc,
The Finest Workmanship on the
Leave your order now for Chinese
Hotel St., bet. Alakeu and Smith.
Big Acreage Will Be Put
Up For Lease By
ducrnor Picar announces thai the
(lovernment lands which, mo now
under lease to the f.nupahochoo
Plantation Company, and which
form n large proportion of the plan
tation, nro to be put up for lenso
This Is tho settlement of n prob
lem which hns been occupying the
cxecutlvo branch of tho Government
for several months. Secretary Mott
Smlth has devoted much time lo the
matter and has made a trip to Ha
waii to look over tho lands.
Tliero me 300 ncics of the land,
which will bo put up for a llvu-yeir
lease. Tho upset rental will be "8,
289 n year. This Is a big advance
over the rental now icrelved. I'ndei
tho old lease, which expires In April,
the plantation Is paying onl i
u year. Much of the acreage Is cine
Hind, though there Is n considerable
amount of pasture and foiest land.
(Special to tho lliilletiu)
Walluku, Maul, Jim. 31. Methodist
Ulslioii Moore or Oregon preached to
.i largo congregation nt tho Foreign
Chinch, Walluku. lust Monday oven
Ing. Itevs. Krilniaii ami Wudiiinii as
sisted In tho reading of tho lessons.
Hlshop Moore held tho nttcntlon of
his hearers for ovrr ono hour and tho
people went homo greatly impressed
with tho forco of his remarks. The
Hlshop spoke on tho text "Whatever
things nro pure and of good report nni'
lovely, thing upon these tlilngB. lib
Illustrations were to the point nn.i
v TiAim nriMnmiT
Tho band will play tonight at Ihn-
liia Siniare. It commences nt 7:30
o'clock with tho following program.
March, "Tho Hed Domino" (now)
Overture, "Victor Kmmunucl". Klliig
(lavntle, "The (llow-wonn" (now)
armid Selection, "Attllla" . . . Verdi
Vocal, Hawaiian Songs. nr. by llcrgor
(a) "Punch and Judy" (now)..
(li) "Uo In Illnck and Wlilto"
Waltz, "The Merry Widow". .I.ehar
(a) "Vou SphiBli Mo and I Splash
You" (now) Solman
(h) "Sho Was u (Jrnnil Old I.aily"
KAUAI MAY HAVE NEW
Kauai appears to have a counter
feiting gang now. Marshal Hendry
last I-'rlday evening received a wire
less from Sheriff Hlce, saying:
"Havo Korean in custody for pass
ing counterfeit coin. Do you want
Marshal Hendry wired back:
"Yes. (live niinio of Korean mid
denomination of coin."
Sheriff Itlco replied:
"Kim Hey Won at Wnlnica, 0,
The Marshal thon telegraphed:
"Warrant Issued. Will go Unit
This Is tho first 1S99 phoney ten
I'ollar counterfeit of which the uu
thorltlcs hnvo heard, ho they believe
it possible that a new gang of bad
iiionoy men has commented work in
C0CKETTS GAVE LUAU
Walluku, Maul, Jan. 31. Mr. and
Mrs. Joseph Cockott, gave n luau at
Iholr Walknpu home last Suturdii)
evoulng to a largo number of Ihelr
friends, tho occasion being the mar
lago of their eldest sou to Mrs, Smith,
ueo Hcrtlcmann, of Honolulu. Young
Cockctt Is employed ut tho Kahiilui
store, where ho is held In high esteem
by his employers. Manager nnd Mr.;
Wri'tin of Kahiilui wero among those
who called to wish tho newly married
couplo happlnesB und prosperity In
their married life.
TO REVISE CREDIT SYSTEM
Tho Japanese merchants In Hono
lulu will hcicnftcr sell their rice on
a basis of spot cash nr ncgotlnblu
I'liiiiilssory notes. Tills step was de
cided nt a meeting of tho Japanese
Merchants' Association held a fow
duys ago Formerly It wns custom
ary to mnko settlements on qututciiy
und sometimes bcml-annual payments.
President K(osoolt has leiiuested
tho resignation of H. a. Kaglosnn, stir
eyor general of Idaho, according to
n report from Washington, D. C.
"IV oter W jtmm I !.- I-3T1 kept
Ajtr'i flurry Pectoril in Urn houo. Uy
father often told nie that it mtw! in- life
when I u ltrj jonng '
of homos A) er's
m a household
parents, then by ll.c parr ate, ami
now by tho children. For colds
and coughs, croup, bronchitis, la
grippe, inflammation in the throat
or in the bronchial tubes,
is tho standard rcmffly tho world
over. It contains no narcotic or
poison. Accept no substitute,
l'ut up in largo and Gimll bottlo3,
frfjiirt4 1 Dr t C. Aj.r t Co . tw.1. fail , U. S. &
FEB. 27TH AND 20TH
Kilohana Art League
ALL SEATS $1.
Silk Shirt Waists,
Everything from Japan
FORT KiXT THE CONVENT.
"." SEE '
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ean be done very easily with your
ipaMsa Hrmnt by puroknsint; aa
ttaffllsh nni, Japanese Cook Book.
AT ALL B00KSTOEES.
LUNCHES and DRINKS
The most popular
place in town.
The Fashion Saloon,
Hotel St. near Fort.
Jnok Scully. Jack Roberts.
A. Philips & Co
Wholctate impirten and Jobber
AMERIOAN DRY ObODtJ
"ORT ami QUGQN AT
OF ALL KINDS.
DEALER3 IN LUMBER.
ALLEN & ROBINSON.
Queen Street :: :: :; Honolulu.
liee Kau Ke.e,
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HO. 1320 NUUANU ST. nr. KUKUI,
TWO NIGHTS, DEOINSIHO
MONDAY, FEBErJAllY 3,
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THRFE HtaUTS, BEGINrTrVO
THfaSDAY. FEBStTAPY 0
"THE 0HEAT Cd8riRACy '
88, 85 anJ 5Cj
, WEDHEBDAY aaJ EACTMAY.
admission as ctmn
Thursday, Feb. 6, 1908,
Society s Orchestra
rev rale by men. belt and at W.iJL
Nichols'. Btwoial rate for lehool
I classes. Scats reserved oitev Eattu-
aay, Feb. 1st.
I have tliiposcd of my business to
The Hawaii Shoe Co,
who will continue to pat half solw
nml heels on men's shoes for $1.25
and on women's shoes for $1.00.
1110 UNION STREET
A STRAIGHT TIP
We will build any kind of
a boat to your entire est
isfaction nnd will save you
Charles D. Walker,
MAT AND MApifflfE W0EKS
Kin; St. nr. Alopal
nnd cloth of A-l nutliV7 tan U r tw-.
v. o. Eoi ::;. xiuw. 931.
oAT 0 .
"iSKrUT ST0T lt m t yttr bu.
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HAWAII PUBLICITY CO.,
KEYBTv.'.r :jlaT WATCZIi
At 111 WchliUiit.
A?nt for Hnii-sliiii l.Kinlj
Cor. FORT tai EL53 fr. Xoiwult.
PAINTING. PAPERHAKPLNa ASD
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Etc. P. 0. Box Cli. 208 farotac&i
Bt. ivtar Ernmn W. B. KAM, Xet.