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AT YEE CHAN'S OLD STORE
Commencing Saturday, Feb. IS, 1908
Prices of Goods Reduced to almost ONE HALF of Original Value on account of oven stock unhand.
NOTE THE PRICES:
Men's White Shirts, at 25creduccd
Forest Mills White Cotton at 10 cents a
yard, reduced from 12 1-2 cents
These goods are pure, soft, white
Cotton and without starch.
All other goods reduced from 25c to 50c
on the dollar.
The above prices for Two Weeks Only
Come Early and have first pick
1005-1009-1013 Nuuanu Street, near King St,
White and Gray Cotton Blankets, at
75 cents a pair ; reduced from
Heavy White Bed Spreads, at 75c ;
reduced from $1.25.j
Oceanic R'rst Degree.
Honolulu Commandcry 5 p. m.
All visiting mcmliers of (lie
order arc cordially Invited to
attend meetings of local lodges
HARMONY LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets every Holiday evening nt
7:30 lu I. O. O. F. Hall, Fort Street
12. It. HKNDKY. Secretin .
III2N. 1'. V1CKI2RS, N. (I.
All visiting biothers vory cordially
MYSTIC LODOE, No. 2, K. of P.
Meets every Tuesday evening at
i:30 o'clock In K. of l. Hall, cor.
Fort nnd Ilcrotanlr.. Visiting broth
rs cordially Invited to attend.
W. I.. LYL12, C.C.,
F. WALDRO.S', K.U.S.
OAHU LODGE, No. 1, K. of P. "
Meets every I'rlday evening nt
7:30 in K. of I'. Hall, corner Tort
nnd lleretnnla. Visiting brothors
cordially Invited to attend.
A. G. D12I2RIN(J, (2.C.,
JAS. W. WHITE, K.R.S.
HONOLULU LODGE GIG, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. C1C, 1). P. O.
E will meet In their hall ou King
rear Fort street every I'rlday even
lug. Dy ordor of the K II.
HAUIIY A. WILDER,
F. E. RICHARDSON, K. II,
Wm. M'KINLEY LODGE No.8. K.of P.
Meets overy Saturday evening at
7:30 o'clock in K. of I Hall, cor,
Fort nnd Ileretunla. Visiting broth
tr cordially Invited to attend,
W. L. 1'ItAZKE, CO.,
12. A. JAL'OHSON, K.ltS.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. E.
Meets on the 2nd and 4th WEI)
NI23DAY evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock In K. of I'. Hall, corner
tleretaula and l'ort streets.
Visiting Eagles uro Invited to at
W. I,. FRAZEK, W., 1'rest.
H. T. MOORE, Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, 1. 0. R. M,
Meets every (list nnd third Thurs
days of each month at Knights of
Pythian Hall. Visiting brothers cor
dially Invited to ntteml.
J. W. AHCH, Sachem.
A. B. MURPHY, C. of It.
'old ing Carts
King and Bethel Sts.
a cow because
of its purity.
Hotel and Fort 'Sts.
85c a Bottle
J. M. Levy & Co.
King St. Phone 70.
J3RT-"For Ront" cards on talo at
he bulletin ottice.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Walking around finds few Jobs;
persistent Bulletin Want Advertising
ulmost always wins.
l'anaina lints cleaned at tho Globe.
Phone 452 for a hack. Bethel
St. Hack Co.
To enjoy a ride- right, ring up 200
lor Qtilnn's llnlck.
(In nut to thu Seaside tonight mid
enjoy the duueing.
Seo the new "Auto Waists" at
Uloin's. The ery latest.
Bulletin Business Office Phone 250.
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone, 185.
Just arrived, Hallwood Cash Regis
ters. Hawaiian Office Specialty Co.,
Tho Fashion Saloon Is now ten lux
au excellent dinner between 4 anil i
For n few weeks Mrs. Kearns'
chutney will Le 2H cents per Jar at
all tho stores.
Judge W. I,. Stanley or the !lnu or
Holmes & Stanley, returned In ihj
Alameda. Mis, Stanley was Willi litm.
Hoffmann Chop Houso open all the
time on Hotel street, near Nuuanu.
Excellent meals nt lowest prices.
I'm tier Logan of tho Noeau reports
thu sugar on hand at Honokmi as G000
bags and nt Kukiilhnclo 1000 bags.
Attorney und Mrs. Thou, Filch ro
tut ned today on tho steamer Al.iniedi
Mr. Filch will mice moio open an of
C. J. Hulehlns of llio IMellle Mutuil
Insurance Co., retmned tills inoinlug
on the Alameda, Mrs. llutclilmwiccoiii
A. M. Clay of the Ilank of Callfor
nln, uiToiiiianlci) by Mm Cl.ij. ar
rived this morning In the Oceanic lin
Mrs. II. .T. Johnston, wife of tho lato
Customs llroker Johnston, was -in ar
rival in the Alameda, which ciniu in
early this morning.
Ouliu Lodge No. 1. K. of 1'.. will
meet this evening at 7:30 p. in. Trans
action of Importnut business. All
monitors aro requested t olio present.
K. K. Cutter, n well knnwi nuhllect
of Seattle, was a passengers on Iho
Alameda, which arrived this morn
ing. He was uccompwled by Mrtt.
Tho executlvo coiiiiulttco of tho
Anil-Saloon League met jestorday uf
tcrnon and discussed the plans mid
proposals fr otho campaign for a "dry"
CJ. II. Umbsen, n well known rnul
catule nnn of Han Francisco c.niio
down ou the Alameda. While hole ho
will study the real estate condition
ol tho iHlunds.
The Hawaiian Agricultural O'l. held
Us annual meeting jestorday morn
ing. It was decided to change the
dividend-paying day from tho 131 h to
tho end of tli.i mouth. Tho oiTlcerj
wn-o nil reelected.
J. L, Coke, a woll known nttornoy
of Walluku, rutin ucif In Iho Alameda.
While III Washington ho was admitted
In practice In the Supioniu Court of
tho United States.
Contractor L M. Whllotiouso o.v
terdny signed tho contract fur Iho
completion of tho Nuuanu dam. lie
filed Ills bond with tho Department 'f
Publlo Works n tho sum of "JTJ.ijIO.
with 11. Hackfeld & Co. as securities.
Tho Japaneso wrestlers who nro to
help at tho Oarden Party on tho 15th
nro among thu best in tho Islands. In
addition, Micro will be some exponents
of Jupaneso fencing who' will tuko
part, lioth of these will bo worth
Purser William P. Hart of tho Nil
hail reports tho following sugar await
ing shipment on Kauai: K. S. M.,
7400; Male, 29.141:, O. & It.. 8C7I: Mr
Ilrjde, 44,123: Koloa. 8324; Llhuo, U
flfil; II. SI., 1C.C0U; M. S. Co., 6000; Kl
noes unnoticed or unattended to by
the same man who rushes to the den
tist at the first twinge of toothache.
He has 32 teeth, and two eyes, but
he'll blame his headache on his
stomach, nnd risk his eyesight.
ARE YOU DOING THAT NOW?
OPTICIAN, BOSTON BLDG.
EXCELLENT LAUNDRY WORK
done by, tha
v.ith their new FRENCH dry cleaning
253 Deretanla St. Phone 1491
HONOLULU INSTRUMENTS. ;
Easy to learn, full of mel
ody. Get yours at the !
i i . i
Hawaiian News Co., :
Alex. Young Bids, "Buhod ot.
OTTAWA, Canada, I-'eli. 13 The Natal Act directed against tho nil
mlhtiliiu or Oilentals by the llritlBh Columbia Legislature, has been dh
allowed. JAPANESE DETAINED
VICTORIA, 11. C, Fob. 13 One bundled and soventy Japaneso nio
detained heie owing to their failure to pass tho test of tho now law.
I u I 4i
JAPANESE BUDGET PASSED
TOKIO. Japan, Feb. 13.- The House of Representatives lias passed
the budget by a majority of 102. There was an exciting debate.
i i . c 4
STAGE CALLS RAISULI
LONDON, Kngl.ind, Fob. 111. RiiIhuII, the famous Moroccan bandit,
Is contemplating an nppcar.tnte on the London variety stage.
m i m
IN MEMORY OF DEAD
rr.KI.N'O. China, Fob. lu. Six memorial tablets hnvo been unveiled
nt Tientsin to the Ameileaiis who weio killed by tho lloxers.
IIO.MI1AY, India, Fob. 1".- In rioting of Mussclman beets hero llvu
peuplo have been Killed and forty 1'ijincd.
MRS. D0WIE TAKES UP WORK
CHICACO, III., Kelt. IS. The widow of Alexander Howie is endcav
oi lug to reoigaiil7u Klmi City.
SUGAR TRUST DIVIDEND
CABLE REPORT OF SAN
Friday, February 14.
HAN FRANCISCO Arrived Fob. II: ,
I'. M. S. S. Koiea, lienco Feb. S.
SAN DIF.C50 Sailed l'eh. II:
A.-ll. S. S. Texun, for Sim Fran
a PASSENGERS DEPARTED X
u K 3C x 2 K 3 i u x ft it ti ; e jr
Per Btinr. Mauna Loa, for Knu mid
Konn, Feb. 1 1, W. A. Ramsey, R. Cai
ton, C M. L. Watson, M. M. Craham,
Y. Nnu Hlng, A. II. Lindsay, Dr. Dine
gar nnd wire, Mrs. J. D. Paris and son,
(1. C. Huwltt, Miss Anna Paris, A. F
Jiulil and parly, Rev. Oullek, Rev. Dr
Scudder, Mrs. J. K. Nahiilo, Mrs. C.
II. Nahale, R. II. Crowfonl.
Per T. K K. S. fl. Amcilca Maru, for
San Francisco, Feb. 13 Mis. II. 12.
illgglns, R. M. P. Hllubcrg, I). T. II.
Per stmr. Mlknliala, for Kaiial, Fob.
13. W. C. Paike, a. II. Evans, Mary
5 I cr
t oi f 8
I 41 l.
1 i I 8
.i-m. it m a ni'
,lo io.4 II 7 o?
I lo 6 04 8 3f
. 54 9 11
W 3'. 9 48
J 8-18 lop.)
I 41 S 5)lt J
13 it kl.c
NI2W YORK, N. Y., Feb.
cliiied a dividend of 1 3-1.
U.--TI10 American Sugar -Trust has do-
K K K R K M It K K it 81 X If 1
M PASSENGERS ARRIVED
11 Z k )i a 11 ,U ii )i 31 )J 1 R B
Per S S. Alameila, fgioni San Finn
elseo, Feb II. Hugo AbrahaniHoii,
Mrs. S 12 Ilallev. C 12 llarloy. Mm.
llarlo MIi-h M.ra Caitir, II 1) Cluls
II1111. A M Ch Mrs Claj, 12 A.
Cinne, J. L, Coko, K. K. Cutter. Mrs.
Crttler. Mrs. ('nil Doion, (I. It Hwuil,
Thos. Kltcli. Mrs Fitch, W J. Foul.
A Most Excellent Assortment of
1HE BEST "FITTERS" IN TOWN.
W. W. Ahana Co.,
G2 S. KING ST. PHONE 525.
Mrs. Ford, J. M. Fowler, Jr., 12. M. nul
lum, C. J. HutchliiB, Mrs. Iliitchlus,
Mrs. II. .1. Johnston, Miss Johnston,
T. ('. Johnston, MIhb C. Leo, Miss V.
A. McHicgor, J. I). Mendeuhnll, Hil
wind Monls, JI. P. 0'Hrlen, Mis,
O'llrlcn. Master O'llrleii. Mrs. n. C.
O'Nell. (lerald O'Nell, David Palmer,
Miss Schumacher, Judge W. L. Stan
di . Mis. Stanley, P. L. McDcnnott,
C. II. Umbsen,
X PASSENGERS BOOKED H
J( K it (. K H 3D A 31 K 5t H H 3C S IS 5
Per ftmr Clnudlno, for Maul and
llilo. Feb 1L Miss Wllltbeck, Miss
L. II Pat, J N 8. Williams, Mr. and
Mrs lions, M. P. O'llrlcn, wife and
mui, (' .1. 11stl11, A. J. Sato, Dr. W.
Osmeis, Miss Kdwurd Schotz, C. Mc
Lennan and wife, J. llaig, Mackenzie
Landlady "Mr. Slopay, you'll either
hae to iiay what you owo or leave."
Slopay "ThnnkB. Tho lust plaeo
I was at they mado mo do both,"
Till-: OLD R12I.IAI1LI-2 Alnmed'i ur
rlved hero exactly on tltuo this morn
lug, notwithstanding the fact that for
tho first two days nut of San Fran
cisco, she was hardly able to much
more than hold her own against n tor
illlc galo of wind. Tho storm began
as soon as Hie vessel was out of the
(olden (into and continued for the
two days following. Tho rest of the
trip down, honour, was niaiked by
the best kind of weather, mid Captain
Dowdell was able to make up for lost
lime. Ou account of tho fact that tho
Iliiford camo down Just before tho
Alameda, there were only 152 sucks of
mull on the Oceanic boat. Sho car
ried 13S0 tons of January Height for
Honolulu. Tho tilp wns unusually
uneventful, only being enlivened by
the customary deck games.
Washington, .Inn. 30. In older lo
icgnlu mall contracts between Aus
tralia and San Franeli-co tho Senate
committee 011 eoiiiuiereu today decided
lo icporl fa 01 ably a bill allowing 11
Liibsldy of $1 n mile 011 all mall mut
ter can led oil ships plying between
Australia, Australasia, South America
Tho bill Is dlrfeieut In Bovernl re
bpecta from former bills Introduced to
retain these contracts for San Fran
elbco, ns It Includes all ships In tho
slxtcen-kuut clarf us well as ships
nblo to make twenty kntos an hour.
It Includes ports In Australnslii, South
Amorlca and Japan us well. Its chief
object Is. to obtain mull contracts
which hnvo been transferred to Can
ada recently because of tho moro lib
eral policy of thu Canadian govern
ment. Malls which formerly wero brought
into San Francisco from Australia ami
can led uciuMt tho continent 011 Amer
ican rnllrouds liavo latoly been taken
In Victoria by various steamship Hues
and curried across the coputry on
Scnntros Perkins mid Flint bcllovo
tho subsidy bill will pass both houses
this session and that California will
regain all of tho mull contracts lost
through tho fnlluio of Congress to
provide subsidies lu tho past.
Under tho piosont law the imerl
can (!n eminent allows only two ilol
hits on n mile ou twenty-knot ships,
Canada offers a moro liberal rnto than
this; hut tho now hill contains many
odvnntnges over tho prebent Canadian
arrangement. A similar bill Is pend
ing now In tho. Ilottso postoiilco com-
iu it tee.
Full moon Feb. 1C nt 10:sr p. 111.
Hawaiian slnmlnnl timn la in hnni-u
30 minutes slower than (ireenwlcli
time, being that of tho meridian of 1B7
lecrecs 30 tnlnntng. Tim limn whluiin
blows at 1:30 p. 111., which Is tho sumo
as Greenwich, 0 hourd 0 minutes. Sun
nnd moon nro for local tlmo for the
" ARRIVED X
X X X X1 X 1 i! K J( W X M M ilf
Thurmlnj. February 13.
Stmr. Noeau, Mitchell, from llama
ku.i ports mid Napoo poo.
Stmr. Nllhati, Oucss, from Anaholu,
G;G5 n. m.
Filduy, Februaiy 14.
O. S. S. Alameda. Dowdell, fiom
San Francisco, 7 11. m
X X 3 lUfttilJCXXlt; JI8 it X X 5f !t
K X x x x x x x it x x ii x x n
Tulirsd.iy, Fcbni.iry LI.
Union Oil Co.'s S. S. Lansing, Ulek
ton, for Killed, 11 a. 111
Am. schr. Mol Wahlne, Mima, foi
Hoiiolpu. 11:30 a. 111.
Stmr. Noeau, .Mitchell, for Wuliuon,
Knual, S 11. 111.
Stmr. Nllhaii, Oncss, for Annhola, 5
T. K. K. S, S. Ameilca Maru, I'll
mer, fur San Fiauclsco, B p. m.
Himr. .Mlknliala, Oregory, for Kauai,
S li, m.
1 X X X MKMlfKM W. 5t W r Jf Ulna
X SAILING TODAY X
i X X K X X x X Jt n ft l X S X X"
Stmr. Clnudlno, Dennett, for Maui
pints mid Hllo, S p. in.
X' KKKNXKKJt X M X ' M X x
K SAILING TOMonnnw , sfl
X' X X X X X X X X X X X X X X JS
Am. bk. Niuuiuu, .lobselyn, for New
Am. bkt. Irmgnul, Christiansen, fot
X X X X X 3C X X-J8 X X X X X X X X
3 DUE TOMORROW X
k X X. K j( .if M.X X 55 X X. X X X X X
Stmr. Klnaii, Claiko, fioni Hllo and
way pints. In the morning.
Stmr. Nllhnu, fiom Aiinholn.
Stmr. Noeau, fiom Wulnlea.
E K K S K X 30 X K M K J K X U X
DUE SUNDAY '
X M 3fi X X X 30 X X X H K M W X X
Stmr. W (J. Hull, Thompson, fiom
Kauai, n. m,
185 editorial rooms 25G busl-
neSS office. Thpen nri ihm nui 41.
ephone numbers of the Bulletin office.
nnjUit's a safe bet that it's a good
shin if it was built by
Charles D. Walker,
BOAT AND MACHINE WORKS,
King near Alapai.