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evening bulletin, Honolulu, t. ii Friday, run. 28. ioos
New Spring Lines
Spring Millinery Opening
will be continued for a few days.
Spring Pattern Hats
including New York styles and the famous
I and our own creations. Hats that
j buyers; styles, Colors, and shapes that arc absolutely correct. You
I are cordially invited to sec ,ths display without feeling at all oh-
itgcu 10 ouy.
New Wash Materials Pongette Soie
IN BROWN AND PONGEE COLOR 35 a yd.
WHITE POPLINETTE, at 40 a yd.
WHITE REP, extra fine 40 a yd.
FRENCH PIQUE extra quality 40 a yd.
Point de Sprit Net
EXTRA FINE QUALITY, 54 inches wide 50 a yd.
New Curtain Swiss
In dotted and fancy figures. A large variety of patterns.
SIX YARDS TOR ?1.00
New Dotted Swiss Curtains
with hemstitched ruffles. Just the kind of curtains for bedrooms;
several patterns to select from, at $1.50 A PAIR 1
New Arabian Net
for curtains, double thread, very durable, 54 inches wide
N. S. Sachs Dry Goods Co.
The drink for the people who enjoy something a little bet
ter than the ordinary aerated waters can be had only from
Coyne Furniture Co., Ltd.
WHAT'S THE USE
of doing without the comforts of life that cost no more than the
necessities whose place they take? Why do without good lights,
for instance, when they are no more expensive than poor lights?
is a luxury that costs no more than the poorest kind of light.
Wouldn't you say, off-hand, that any one is foolish to use any other
light ? See us about having your house wired for electricity.
Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.,
Office, KING ST. near AIAKEA. PHONE 300.
Thoroughbred Registered Jersey Bulls
The pure-bred Jersey Bulls, Ojibway of Y. B., A. J, 0. C, No. C0247,
nnd Guenon Lad, 2nd A. J. C. 0., No. 02304, at service at ?10.
Tel. 890 The Pond Dairy
fcftwiaiayititeMtiUhi'rt-, vfa.a whV:'iiyfiifrfii)i
We arc making a gorgeous dis-;
were selected by our Eastern
65 a yd.
WORKS CO., LTD. I
S. LEITHEAD, Manager.
n & -n'.iv .-; vm&iM??,
Will Have Description
on Kauai, where
five-acre homes are proving
SAN l-'ItANCISCO, Cal l'cb. II.
Unless San Francisco rids Itself of
rnts within tho next sixty das a
quarantine will bo declared upon the
city by tho various adjoining States
and probably by tho Federal Govern
ment. This cruurnntlno will last un
til tho rats aro driven out and nil dan
gcr from tho plague eliminated.
Meetings of various railroad ofll
(ials and other business men liavo
been culled for today to consider
means for carrying on tho campaign.
At 10:30 o'clock this morning tho
nllroad otnclals met in the Mer
chants' Kxchango building; nt 11
o'clock tho clergymen met in tho of
fices of tho Chamber of Commerce;
at tlio same time the officials of tho
California and Geary street roads got
togctlrer to discuss tho plague, and
at " p. in. the Bub-committees of tho
Citizens' Health Committee, which
includes the best-known medical men
In tho West, will report at tho Cham
ber of Commerce unices.
Tho merchants and-the working
men nro now thoroughly aroused to
the Bltuatlontiml nro working In con
cart to rid this city of tho pests. The
Merchants' Association, appreciating
tho necessity for prompt action and
leallzlng that unless extreme meas
ures aro lesortcd to now tho metrop
olis of tho West will fnce n disaster
equal to any in her history, Is now
raising n, fund of 1100,000 to carry
on tho war of extermination.
Tho exccutlvo committee of tho lie
publican Central Committee held an
othor ifieetlng yesterday afternoon ta
decide on tho mutter of tho endorse
ment of Chas. Wilder for tho position
of Tax Assessor. Thcro was n full
representation of all tlio mcmbcrH of
tho committee present, and consider
able discussion was Indulged In, but
no action was taken, and tho veil of
tho strictest exccutlvo secrecy envel
ops tho proceedings. One thing was
learned, howovcr, and that was thnt
tho proxy of Arthur nice, which was
hold by A. O. M. Itobertson, and re
garding tliolIng of which thcro was
much question, is now held by 0. W
It. King. Tho talk nbout a possible
rodet tho commlttco to endorso Wll
dor lu return for an endorsement by
I-tonr of Kcpolknl for tho Maul Cir
cuit bench, has not tlio slightest foun
dation. DON'T BE A RUBBER LET
DO THE WORK.
$3,15 a Case
Honolulu Soap Works
F. L. WALDRON...,. Agent
SHELL LEIS and CUT FLOWERS at
A most RiiccusBfnl ami cIput lilny '
wni plcn last nlpliL al the Opera t
lloimo befoul a large audience liv tho
Klloliann Art LeaRiio'H dramatic circle
for thu Manll Gran festivities Tlio ,
lil.i) its performed thefr p.nls woll, i
Tho entry of tho I'rlnro and I'rlnccMi '
of tho Manll (Iras, with their suite of I
ladles and harlequins, uas a ery
pretty apcctncle. Tho royal (ouplo,
maskeil and unknown, was appioprl-!
ately costumed, whllo tho Utile dam
pels In their suite formed a er at
tractive tableau as they gatlien d In
Dr. and Mrs. Hmuphrls lost nothing
lu their nctlnc and they weie loudly
Miss Nellie MCM1I11, as Mrs Hum
lngtop was at her best Mrs Mc
Lennan and Geo. C. 1'otter played a
difficult role, lmt received admiration
of tho audience. Miss Hosallnd Wal
ilrtin played acceptably the p.irl of
U.ilsy Maltland, looking the part welt
and c.irrliiR hercclf IIiiuiikIi the
hcenes nicely. Miss I'hoebo ArlelRb.
tho maid, was n bewitching llltlo crc
aturo lu cap nnd apron, who brought
tho most out of a Btnall pait V. I,
Warren did plenty of good work, while
IMniund K. Amoldt, tho lnlm of hl-t
friends explanations, plaed up to tho
lead of Mr. Totter In good shape 0i
lioslto Miss Arlclgh plaed 0 A .lor
dan, tho man Dobson, filling the part
Tho performanco will lie tepented
on Saturday night.
(. A II. Smith of tho Vienna link
cry objects to tho story published In
tho morning paper because lie sa)n II
Is not title. Mr. Smith had one Itedily
aircsted for assault nnd battery Mr.
Itcddy then had Mr. Smith arretted.
Mr. Smith denies In toto the story of
tlio morning paper thnt he was under
any nnuticlal obligation to ltedd Tho
cases will como up for tii.il in the
couit on Wednesday.
Tho appointments of llobert W
Ilreckons to succeed hlniFelf as Unit
cd States District Attorney for tho
District of Hawaii, nnd of Kugeno It
Hendry to succeed himself as United
States Marshal, liavo bien confirmed
by tho Senate. News to this enoct
wna reeehed lu tho mall brought by
tho transport Crook last night, and
tho oaths of office have been received
by Judge Dolo.
Ilreckons looks particularly cheerful
today. Deputy Marshal Frank win
ter sent n wireless to Hendry.Jo catch
him at I.ahafnu, Informing him of the
good nowB. so tho Marshal will re
turn with tho lines of nnxloty
smoothed front Ills brow.
Argument on demurrer was heard
by Judgo Do Holt this morning in tin'
matter of Jim Ah Hoy vs. Dr. Ila
mond and tho Walcrhouso Trust Com
pany, Frcil Mllverton uppcurcd ror
tho plaintiff and A. 0. M. Ilobertsou
for tho1 defendants. Tho Judgo took
tho matter under udvlsement, instruct
ing tho attorneys to submit their lists
Ah Hoy Is suing H.iymond for $5000
dnmages. on tho claim that tho defend
ant cheated him out of n butchcrshop.
PEARL HARBOR TO
(Continued from Pace 1)
I'aclllc, and that Hawaii ought
to bo made the tllbraltar of tlio
(leorgo 11. McClollan, rcpro-
scutlng tho Merchants' Absd-
elation of Hawaii, und V. M.
Hatch of the Chamber of
Commorce of Honolulu were
introduced to the committee.
Mr. McClollan s.ild thnt tlio
Islands had been waiting for
tho construction of defences
for ten years slneo annexation. -
Mr. McCIellan devoted much
of his attention to an argil-
ment in fuor of building and
Btutlonlng a llotllla of submar-
Incs In Hawnll.ni waters. Tlio
location of tho Islands, ho said,
madu nn Ideal operating
ground for hikIi boats.
Tho estimated cost of tlio
I'cnrl Harbor station Is 11!,-
000,000, nnd to begin tho
work nn expenditure of K'00,-
000 is asked for this year. Tlio
committee Is HUoly to give, til-
vorablo consideration to tho
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS
Entered (or Record Feb. 27, 1908,
from 10:30 a m. to 4 p. m.
Fiedk C Miller Notlo-
Mrs J II Chimin to nilso S V Noil
0 N Wilcox to J Kim Hel
Alfred C I'nlfroj- to Colin Mcl.cn-
Entered tor Record Feb. 28, 1308,
from 9 a. m. to 10:30 a, m.
Horiiiaim Hnlo und wf to Tl SlnR
Ilalil I. 1'etoinoii to Kteil Wobor ..M
Lllmo Plantation Co Ltd to (1 N
aj"For Rent" cards on aalo
the Bulletin office.
An Inhalation for
CrMUn Is Boon to AUhmatlct.
Dom It ol mmi mora fftcli 10 brtftlh In
rtraedr fof 11hhum of tht brlMnf orM Uio
U Uki th rtmwlr Uto th ttomarlir
Crrvolrns uti bwi U If, rndfftd
itwmfly nitiptla, u nfi-ifcl 0"r tha dlad
arfaaa with Try brMth, tttln iroIoBid an4
eotinufit lrtmat. It U lafftlialda to poloart
wltb all cliturtn.
ThoM or ft Con
will find ImtntJlal rllf
frota Cougka r In(Uai4
Condition of lh throat.
fend iwm1 fur
1W rulton Btrret,
NOTICM TO Ollrllt'UMMl
Owners. Masters and Huglnrers of
Oil llurnlng Steamers aro herebj no
titled, under penalty as proxldcd In
Scitlon f22 of the ltelsed Laws, not
to discharge nny waste oil on the mir
faco of tho water within the harbor at
MAUSTON CAMI'llKI I
Superintendent of l'ublle Works
Department of Public Works,
rtbruary 2fi, 100S. 303;. '
WALL, NICHOLS CO., LTD.
One of Anthony Hope's
The Arrival of the Prince
and Princess of the
and the most lauchable plav
Given by the
KILOHANA ART LEAGUE
HAWAIIAN OPERA HOUSE
FEB. 27 AND 20.
Tickets, 25c, 50c & $1.00
behind the bar at the
Next to the Orpheum Theatre.
Several fine Building Lots at Fuu
nui, cleared, unobstructed view, pro
posed extension of car line; 50x105,
Reduced to $150 for a short time;
$25 cash, balance $10 per xn.
Besides other property at greatly
P. E. R. Strauch
WAITY BLDG., 74 S. KING ST.
u iZf''?AJto I
"l fL w3 Jwl
o Co. Jfl vJx m
01' ALL THE
WITH AN ORDER.
Waltham or Elgin
SEE US RIGHT NOW.
I 113 HOTEL ST., HONOLULU.!
We'll Help You
if you need money by buying your
Watches, Diamonds nnd Jewelry and
giving you more for them than jou'll
get anywhere else.
1018 NUUANU NEAR KING
King Street, Ewa of Fishmarket.
DRY GOODS AND FURNISHING
GOODS of EVERY
Employment Office supplies all Na
tionalities to plantations, contractors
1G3 KING ST.
in the city.
Ohia Cord Wood
HONOLULU FIRE WOOD CO., OS
Kine St. and Hotel and Smith Sts.
Tel. Wldtc 1G90.
Bamboo Furniture Made to Order.
Picture Framing a Specialty.
5G3 S. BERETANIA ST
;jy"For Rent" card on salo at
.he uulletlu otttce.
I per week you can get a fine I
BEST RESULTS arc obtained in
this way. as the subject has no feel
,ng of Posing, and takes a natural
picture. No one need be there except
The device that does this is the
It's small, light, and fits any cam
ira. Button. Lever, or Bulb. You
nn ret it for ten seconds or 00 min
But call and sec it for yourself
Photo Supply Co.,
" EVERYTHING PHOTOGRAPHIC '
Rnd cloth of A-l quality can be pur
r. 0. Box 001. Telephone 931.
tan be done very easily with your
Japanese servant by purchasing nn
English and Japanese Cook Book.
AT ALL BOOKSTORES.
LUNCHES and DRINXS
The most popular
place in town.
The Fashion Saloon,
Hotel St. near Fort
Jack Scully. Jack Roberts.
Sanitary Steam Laundry
Branch: TERRITORIAL MESSEN
GER SERVICE. PHONE 301
WHY" NOT let us have your bus
iness to advertise!
HAWAII PUBLICITY CO.,
82 MERCHANT ST.
At All Watchdcalers.
Agent for Hawaiian Islands,
Cor. FORT and KING Sts.. Honolulu.
For Expert Repairs on Bicycle, Mo
'orcycle, Automobllec, etc., call on
J. B Santos,
. Phillips & Co.
Wholesale importer and Jobber
AMEItlCAN DRY QOOOt
OPT and GUeEN ftT
OF ALL KINDS.
DEALERS IN LUMBER.
ALLEN & ROBINSON,
Queen Street :: :: :: Honolulu.
X FOR ALL
Sec Our Window
5 CENTS TO 30 CENTS
Wall, Nichols Co., Limited
Of All Kinds And Descriptions At
SEE OUR DISPLAY.
Emma St. near Bcretania.
P. K. Burnetts,
Attorney: Notary: Conveyancer:
Real Estate: Mt'c. Loans: Collec
tions. Agent to Grant Marriage Lic
enses. Office 79 Merchant St. Phone 310.
BEAUTIFUL PICTURES AND
reduced to a low price at
PACIFIC PICTURE FRAMING CO.,
R. MIYATA & CO.,
CONTRACTORS. BUILDERS, PAIN-
TERS, PAPER HANGERS and
Second Hand Lumber, Doors and
Saehes Bought nnd Sold.
KING ST., PALAMA JUNCTIUfl,