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EVKNINO DUM.ETIN, HONOLULU, T. 11.. TlIl'nSDAY, MATt. 12, 1908.
Made of sheer organdy and fine
mulls; trimmed with valenoicnnes
Ince and sheer embroidery; in white
and delicate tints
Two Piece Suits
(1) Coat and Skirt new. Made
of French Pique and Rep. Stylish
Box Coat, embroidery trimmed; in
white, pink, and light blue, at
. . . s?i:t.ro.
(2) Coat and Skirt made of
French Pique. Coat handsomely
braided. Suit $18.00.
(3) Coat 3-4 length, in white and
brown linen; handsomely braided;
very stylish i?:J5.00.
The correct spring millinery styles
can be seen here. A large and com
prehensive display of SWELL DRESS
GAGE PATTERN HATS
in dross and tailored hats.
NEW YORK MODELS
Hundreds of pretty and very styl-
ish.hats of smooth and rough straws.
Made of fine quality nainsook.
Brassiere trimmed with Valenciennes
lacs and beading, hand run with baby
ribbon and row of lace insertion. Pan
talon trimmed with wide lace set on
five-inch lawn ruffle, with .lace in
sertion; price, Sj3.00.
New Valenciennes Laces
With insertions to,match in single
and double thread. New patterns in
cluding the fillet effects.
Edgings and Insertions, Beadings,
Bands and double edge ribbon bead
ing N, S. SACHS
Dry Goods Co., Ltd.
The Store With the Money-Back
""CI YOU ARE STILL USING OIL LAMPS we would like to get
A J: into closer touch with you and convince you that the
Safety, Comfort, and Convenience of
IS NOT MUCH MORE EXPENSIVE.
We will be glad to estimate the cost of wiring your house and
to tell you how to economize in the use of the current.
Let us know where to find you and an expert will call on
No installation too large for us to handle and none too small
to receive our most careful attention.
Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.,
KING ST. near ALAKEA. P. 0. BOX 144.
Shipping & Commission Merchant
Diamond Crystal Cooking and
Blackola and Russetine
J. A. Gilman, - Ag'ent
Telephone your Food
METROPOLITAN MEAT CO, Limited
That the Southern California Intel
ness men nro mill working cm tlio
schcrao to'get direct steamship conv
tnunlcntlon with Honolulu Is evident
from thu fact that prospects for such
a lino was outlined nt a gathering of
the Hedondo Chamber of Commerce
end wns enthusiastically cheered. An
account of this nicotine Ib contained
In tho IOfl AtiKeleii Tltnos, February
S, In part as follows:
Knthushistlo cheers proofed the In
formation' that n Btcumshlp Hue will
he established between Hedumto utid
tho Hawaiian Islands Riven nt tho
banquet of tho Hedondo Chamber of
Commerce at tho Hedondo Hotel lastj
night, without exception tho WicM
Het tho seal of their approval upon the
plan, and Intense enthusiasm wag
shown by all present.
"With a suitable harbor nt one ol
the Los Angeles ports and a linn of
bteamshlps running thenco to Hono
lulu, U) Angeles would soon take her
proper place among the exporting cen
ters of thu woihl," said President llur
nett of tho Chamber.' "Wo must work
for It (cheers); we must eo that we
get our proper share of tho export
trnde to the Kar Knst. There la
enough for all, and there are many
reasons why Iuh Angeles should have
n good share."
Tho entire meeting was character
Ized by enthusiasm regarding the out
look for Southern California, There
was a general spirit of optimism ami
frequently tho guests roso to their feel
and shouted la their enthusiasm ns a
speaker pictured tho possibilities of
all oriental trade which might bo built
up wera It gono nfter In tho right man
ner. 'Charles H. Durnctt, president of the
Hedondo Ileach Chamber of Com
merce, delivered the nddrcss of wel
come. Said ho In part:
"I havo recently spent ten days In
San Francisco, In conference with
representatives of the Hawaiian Mn-
hogany Lumber Company and of varl-'
cits shipping Interests, and It Is a fact
that n contract has actually been clos
ed by n largo railway company for
500,000 railroad tics per year, for a
period of Ave yearB, commencing
ubuut April next; and that contracts
are being closed for tho transporta
tion of these ties from tho Hawaiian
Islands. This contract alono repre
sents over 90,000,000 feet of hardwood
lumber, or 270,000 tons. Four-fifths
of this material will enter this conn
try through the port of Hedondo. A
regular Hue of vessels will be estab
lished direct from Hawaii to Hedun-
Frank Simpson, president of the
Frank Simpson Fruit Company, gave
a short resume of trade conditions ex
isting between this country and Ha
wall. Ho told ot tho great possibili
ties open and of what might ho done
It merchants of Los Angeles go nfter
tho Hawaiian trade. Ho gavo Inter
esting figures rclattvo to Imports of
pineapples and bananas from Hono
"I.lfo In Hawaii" was tho subject
of a brief, Illustrated lecture by Loyd
Chllds. Soma excellent lantern slides
wero used to Illustrate, the talk while
a moving picture machine portrayed
Interesting scenes, typical of. Hawai
ian llfo and customs.
Other speakers on tho matter were
President W. D. Stephens of tho I.03
Angeles Chamber of Commerce. Pro
sldont It. T. Oarnsey of tho Ixs Ange
les nnd Itcclondo Hallway Co. and
Mayor Thos. Farley of Pasadena.
TRIAL GOING ON
IN FEDERAL COURT
Tho case of the United States
against Hanzo Ueno, charged with
bringing women into tho United
States for Immoral purposes, com
menced before Judge Dole this morn
ing. W. T. Hawllns Is conducting
tho prosecution and C. C. Hitting de
fending. The first witness placed on
tho stand was n Japanese woman
whom It Is claimed was brought to
this country )iy Ueno to becomo a
prostitute. Shu testified to being
married at tho Immigration Station
to n man whom sho had never socn
lieforo or since.
Tho prosecution will ovldently try
to provo directly through tho women
that they cumo hero expecting to
work In a store, but that when they
arrived they found thoy had been
brouglit hero for quite n different
purpose. Tho following Jury 1b try
ing tho case; II. O. Horn, Henry
Ileckley, Theodore lllnckstcnd, O. J.
Schumun, ft. S. Citnhn, K. A. Lloyd,
Emll Wutorninn, II. II. Wulkerr J. W.
Vnnnuttn, O, H. Dement, II. T. liny
ccldcu, and Ocorgo Fern.
Any nfnn or woman troub
led with constipated Bowels
will be greatly beiiclHted by
taking the Bitt6rs. It '""
wonderful record of such cures
to Itx credit. Try it for Poor
Appetite, Headache, Heart
hum, Dyspepsia, Indigestion,
Costiveness, or Malaria, Fever
Thinks Closer Relations
' Will Be Good
"Honolulu-Und Seattle should es
tablish .closer connections," said Jos,
It. McLaughlin this morning when
ho dropped Into the llultetln oluce
with T. H. Lucas.
"This Is a lluo place. I don't ex
pect to stay as long as I would like,
but tho noxt tlmo I come I shall
bring my family. Tho young ladles
nt tha llullcttn party first directed
my attention to Hawaii and ns n re
sult ot their trip I have come to see
tho country here.
"Seattle Is Just ns much a natural
mainland port for Hawaii as San
Francisco nnd more so than Los An
geles. Wo aro the headquarters for
tho great Alaska trade tho sumo as
San Francisco Is the headquarters
for your- trado here. Seattlo Is a
great commercial center. Wo have
pcoplo coming from tho north. Wo
ccccpt tho tourists, but wo don't live
by them alone. I don't sco any rea
son why Hawaii should not talto tho
tourists from the north who want a
perpetual summer after a perpetual
freeze, and It seems to me that our
tectlon of the country has what you
want and you have much that our
people aro looking for.
"In tho Puget Sound section wo
havo now four hundred thousand peo
ple. The population Is constantly
growing. Wo get tho gold dlroct
from tho north. Wo have no hard
"This shutting down ot tho lumber
mills Is due to n fight between tho
mills nnd the transportation compa
nies. It is hot a reduction of output
on account of the depression in east
ern finance. Wo havo threo great
railroads centering In our city and
more are on tho way.
"Wo hud no bank (allures during
tho crisis, and although we made
uso ot the clearlng-bouEO certificates
It was merely n protection measure
to prevent outsiders from draining
our city of Its gold.
"I don't see why Seattle cannot do
business with Hawaii. There Is good
return In it for nil concorned. You
havo a beautiful country here, nnd
wo have a great commercial center. 1
hope some day wo may have u rellu
cry to take your sugars."
Tho Lo Sun case, which will bo
nolle prosd. next Saturday, has caus
ed n peculiar state ot affairs. Strange '
ns It may seem, the Department of.
Commerce and Labor has overruled, ,
not only tho Department of Justice,'
but also the decisions of the Federal .
Circuit Court of Appeals. !
In one of the opinions of the At
torney (loncrnl of the United States
It Is stated that the law which con-1
trols Chinese Immigration should bej
construed to mean, not that laborers!
arc to be kept out of tho country, but
that all except n few classes special
ly mentioned, merchants, Btudents,
tenchers, travelers for pleasure, nnd
ethers, should be refused admission.
Under this opinion, which has'
been supported by tho Federal !
Courts, thu piozccutlou against nil 1
editor would be perfectly proper, as ,
ho would not be Included In the
classes which aro made specially ex-1
rmpt. Tho Interesting part of the.
affair, though, conies from tho fact1
that instructions from the Secretary
of Commerce and Labor, sent through 1
tho local Inspector of Immigration1
can take precedence over opinions of
an Attorney tlenernl und decisions
by United Stntea Courts. It Is pos
sible that tho matter limy be taken
up between the two departments In
Washington and cause some friction.
will be continued
All This "Week. We have not gotten
rid of half of our surplus stock, and
shall continue tho sale at
EVEN GREATER REDUCTIONS
These prices are clearance prices. We
have put them down to sell oiir sur
Cure for Drunkenness
Thoroughbred Registered Jersey Bulls
V The pure-bred Jersey Bulls, Ojibway of Y. B., A, J. 0. C, No, 00247,
' nnd Quenon Lad, 2nd A. J, 0. 0., No. G2304, at service at $10.
Tel. 890 The Pond Dairy
COX MADE GOOD DISCOVERY.
Tho hiding plnco of Lopez and Hod
rlgues, tho convict outlaws, has boon
discovered by Deputy Sheriff Oscar
Cox of Walalua. Tho place Is at Ka
walloa, above n cano-flcld, and near a
treo. Some days ago Cox went out In
bearch of tho place and by thu aid of
a map which ho secured rrom Lopez,
ho found tho cavo.
P. E. R. Strauch
has a fine tract of land
for sale at Manoa
Valley near car line,
Will make a fine Resi
dence, Area, 1,65
acres. Very cheap.
Orrlne Treatment to be Used at
Home Without Publicity, or Loss
ot Time from Uuslnsss.
The best aid to temperance Is some
thing that will strengthen the drunk.
ard's wrocked nervous system and cure
his unnatural cisvlng for drink. We
bolleve that any man who renlly de-
Biros to be cured of the liquor hault
can cure himself by UBlng Orrlne. This
remarkable treatment has made eo
tiany cures that we aro glad to sell It
under an nbcolute guarantee to refund
he money If It docs not euro.
It is In two forms: No, 1 that can
be given Becretly, and No. 2 tor those
who wish to be cured. It Is not only
the most reliable treatment known, but
It Is also the most economical aa It
costs only tl a box and there Is no de
tention from the usual duties, while If
n cure Is not eftected, thero is no ex
sense whatever. Mall orders filled on
.ecclnt ot mice In plain sealed pack
age. Write for tree booklet. The Or
rlne Co , Washington, D. C, or Houo
Mlu Drug Co.
AT COMMERCIAL CLUB.
Alexander Ilumo Ford will nddross
tho Commeiclal Club at noonday
lunch, Wednesday the 18th.
With strengthened resources nnd a
well-dovcloped property tho Mcllrydc
Sugar Company Is looking ahead to
good results In tho near future. This
was the tenor of tho report which
Manager Stodart submitted this fore
noon at tho annual meeting of tho
company. In part this reiiort read
"The full effect of the drought of
1905 and 1906 upon our crops can
now be seen and fairly appreciated.
Tho 1905 crop had nearly matured
beforo tho drought, und realized 13,
109 1250-2000 tons. Tho crop of
190C, which was planted In good
weather, hut experienced dry weath
er throughout 1905, realized 11,
018 1-2 tons. Tho crop of 1907,
which confronted unfavorable wea
ther conditions from start to Hnlsh,
rcnllzcd 8.001 1125-2000 tons. Tho
crop of 1908, now being harvested,
which was planted In dry weather
but experienced a good year last
year, was estimated at 12,000 tons,
but will overrun substantially. To
eccuro good seed 191 acres or this
crop wns taken to plant tho 190!)
crop. Tho crop of 1909 consists of
1470.52 acres ot plant and 1127.00
ceres of long rntoons, making a total
ot 2597. 58 acres. It has experienced
tavorablo conditions from tho start,
has been fertilized much more than
any previous crop, nnd with the
greatly Increased supply ot water
from our pumps now at our com
mand, should show a marked In
creaso over tho yield ot any crop yet
harvested on tho place.
"Our net operating expenses for
tho year, oxcluslvo of Interest, bond
ed debt expenses and depreciation,
havo been 1641.014.54, or 153,417.
87 por month. Tho previous year
(190C) it wns $46,600.00 per month.
Tho Increase Is mainly duo to the
uso of more fertilizer, nnd more wa
tering and cultivating, 162,679.70
more being spent on these Items than
the previous year,
"As already suggested, wo havo
ihlftcd a largo urea ot our Holds
from Lnhutnu to yellow Caledonia, tlio
change taking place largely on tho
higher levels and tho older lauds,
where Yellow Caledonia has made a
very good showing. Ono innlu rea
son for this change was to provide
rdditional safeguards against a rep
etition of the disastrous results of
tho drought of 1905 and 1906. That
experience has cost $500,000 in re
duced crops alone, It it has cost us u
"While tho plantation has been
working under ndverso circumstances
for several years past, nnd the show
ing Is unsatisfactory, wo must not
lose bight of tho fact that during
this very period tho resources ot the
entire property of the company have
been very materially developed and
htrengthened, the result of which
will mako Itself manifest in a sub
stantial way within the near future."
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Opposito Young Hotel, on March 26th
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A pair ot corsets. Owner can recov
er by calling at this otllco and pay
ing for advertisement. 3918-tt
it it it it it
Temperatures 0 a, m., 71; 8 a, in.,
71; 10 a. m., 75; noon, 70; morning
Uarometer, 8 n. m 20.9C; absolute
humidity, 8 a. in., C.981 grains per
cubic foot; relatlvo humidity, 8 n. m.
77 percent; dew point, 8 u. m., 07.
Wind 0 a. nt., velocity 8, direction
S. IC; 8 a. in., velocity 9, direction
S. E.: 10 n. in., velocity 12, direction
8.; noon, voloclty 17, direction 8.
Italnfnll during 24 hours ended 8 a.
Total wlni' movement during 21 1
hours ended at noon, 235 miles.
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venient, the handsomest ,and safest books for this purpose.
Cc:l and see them at the
Hawaiian News Co., Ltd.,
you have lost a coat. Let us
supply you with a new one.
This Is Not
A Tailor's Advertisement. :
We are referring to your house it needs a mat d paint and needs
it badly. Let us fit it with a new ooat of paint -Real Paint put ou by
THE PAINTE RPH0NE 420.