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EVENING nUI.IXTIN, HONOLULU. T. H.. MONDAY, MARCH 23, 100S.
S QPTTTTAT S
Wliite Easter Dresses
N. S. Sachs Dry Goods Co.,
THE STORE WITH THE MONEYBACK POLICY 1
For Children and Misses ;
sizes, 4, 6, 8, 10, 12, and
14 years old, all at prices
to effect quick clearance.
All ready to put on for less
than the cost of material.
LOT 1 Two styles, made of fine lawn, some plain
tucked, others (rimmed with embroidery. SALE PRICE
LOT 2 Made of fine India Linon, nicely trimmed
with Valenciennes Lace and herringbone stitching. Sizes
0 to 10 years. SALE PRICE
LOT 3 Made of fine India Linon, trimmed with fine
embroidery. Sizes 4, G, 8, and 10 years. SALE PRICE. .
LOT 4 Made of fine India Linon with yoke of em
broidery, prettily trimmed with embroidery and insertion.
Sizes 8 and 10 yean. SALE PRICE ?3.90.
LOT 5 Made of fine French P. K., trimmed with
Cluny lace. Sizes 8 and 12 years. SALE PRICE. .$-1.00.
LOT G Made of Point do Sprit Net, trimmed with
dainty baby ribbon and neatly tucked, very pretty. Sizes
G, 8, 12, 14. SALE PRICE $5.00.
LOT 7 Made of fine 'Pin Dotted French Swiss. Yoke
of Valenciennes Lace, dress prettily trimmed with lace in
sertion and mcdalions. Sizes 10, 12, and 14 years. SALE
Over The Governor
Qicat Assembly at Armory Governor Looks Up Landing Questions He
Stops at Public Schools to Speak Pleasant Word to Pupils Some
Legends by the Way
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! A Pure Ginger Ale Ferfcctly Flavored Soda Water Any j
! Flavor Always.
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I TELEPHONE 71. G. S. LEITHEAD, Manager. '
Just about half priceto reduce stook
Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.,
KING ST. NEAR ALAKEA.
P. 0. BOX 144.
is what you want for Cooking Purposes, as the body for
Sauces, Gravies, Ice-Cream, Fricassees, etc.
BECAUSE it is so rich in BUTTER-FAT, NATURAL
FLAVOR, and PURE CREAM.
BECAUSE it is thoroughly sterilized by a speoial hy
gienic process, and is ABSOLUTELY PURE.
BECAUSE it is READILY DIGESTED and ASSIMI-
Best for Tea, Coffee, Cocoa, Etc. '
H. HACKFELD & CO., LTD., ' Agents J)
WnlliiMi, Maul, March 20. (luv
crimr Krcar mill jiurty weio Kitcsts
nl M'imiKcr McKenzle mill Dr. .1. II.
Itami)iiil nt Hose Hunch, Ulup.ilii
I.iki, Saturday evening ami all day
rimula) The (lovernor and unite
Weie till, en over to look at il portion
of KnlilUilitil iaiK.li Sunday morulas.
Although tlu paity has lieen on
liuiHeliack n om llumi to Kiiiliui, the
liunm of W. !'. I'osue, yet thoy tinn
ed up rresh and Htronp; last Sunday
moinltiR ready for a SO-mllo rldu ov
er ioiikIi, Hliurp-potnU'd lava for
which thu Kahlklnul ranch In note.
riio (Sovurnor Haw that rough ntrctch
f country and wan amazed nt IIh
magnitude and Its possibilities as a
ranch for koim! licet cattle.
Looked Over Kihci
Karly Monduy mornlnK the party
left Ihn uncc-famous country homo nf
the late Captain Makcu for Walluku.
In tho party were: Governor Freur
and suite, W. 0. Aiken, Or. J. II.
Kuynumil, and Mr. McKenzle. They
irrlscd nt Klhel nt 1 o'clock with the
Governor leading on u benutlti'l
whlto horse. They were met near
ho home of Manager Mcl.eod of Kl
ucl plantation by tho reception com
mittee, who went to Klhel on a spc-
lal train piovlded hy Superintend
ent J. N. S. Williams of tho Kaliuliii
llallroad Company. Tho committee
ionsIsted of thu following gentle
nen: Chairman A. X. Kopolknl,
County Attorney D. II. Case, Acting
Manager II. II. l'onhallow of Wal
luku plantation, Maglstrato W. A
McKay, First I.lent. I)r. It. II. Dine
,ar of tho (lovemor's staff, Rev. It
1. Dodge, Sheriff W. K. Saffcry, Edl
lor II. M. Coke of tho Mnul Nows,
Senator W. J. Cocllio, and J. N. K
cola. Luncheon was served to the
lovernor h party at tho mutineer s
louse, nfter which n portion of the
Oovcrnor's party und tho committee
,vero brought to Walluku In tho Bpo
lal train while Governor I'rcnr and
Superintendent of Public Works
Murston Campbell went over In hacks
,o Inspect tho Klhel landing und nl
o Mnnlaea and McGregor landings.
Messrs. I'cnhnllow, McKay, Saffery
Hid Kcola ot tlio committee followed
'ho Governor "on this' tour of Inspec
tor Tho Superintendent of Public
iVorks found sonio of tho copper of
ho posts of Klhel landing almost
vorn out nnd would soon need re
fill's. This landing belongs to tho
lliel plantation, but there may he
i possibility lu thu futuru of the
3Id Landing Question
j'ovcrnment taking It over for public
ise, as there tiro somo gravo objec
lons to Maalaea and McGregor land
ings. With tho Intended bl-weokl
rips of tho Manna Ken, passengers
nay bo landed nt Klhel, and brought
iver to Walluku nt any tlmo of tho
light in Kpcclal trains. Tho hnck
nen may object to this pioposltlon,
'or they find tho trafllc ot carrying
.asKongers to McGregor's landing
Kim Waiiuku, tlui prlco ot each
jaskcnger after 9 o'clock at night
icing $2, iiulto lucrative. Tho nnr
ow stretch of one nnd u halt miles
'rom Maalaea to McGregor's lami
ng, only wldo enough for ono hark
o go In slngtu file. Is considered ly
uany unite dangeious, especially on
dink night, hut so far no accidents
"lnvo happened. Manager A. Do Ho-
;o of tho lllsmarck stables w.ih ask'
id which of tho two landings ho pio
'erred. Ho lcplled, "McGregor, ot
.oui'so, beenusu' 1 get inoro money.
I'ho. Governor nuked lilrii whether lie
.on Id nut handle passengers for tho
anio rato from Walluku to Mniilnua,
.vhlch U ono dollar, lie replied that
It was Impossible with tho present
ilgli rates of grain, S(2 per ton. Ills
inswcr gave food for thought for
huso present besides creating laugh
ter. Tho Governor leached Walluku
iftcr fi o'clock. Deputy Sheriff C.
Lako had drawn up the Walluku po
ilco In front of tho County building
mil thoy s.tlutod tho Governor as ha
.l.nsscd. Governor Frear put up at
Manager l'cnhnllow's. Superintend-t-nt
Campbell at County Attorney D.
II. Cnif's, Prlvato Secretary Mcllrhlo
it Itov. It. II, Dodge's, while Cominls
loner of Public Lands J. W. Pratt
put up nt tho Maul Hotel la order to
I'ncllltiito his business with certain
citizens who wore after uompsti.id
lands, and declined with thanks tho
use of their
hospitality of Mr. nnd
who ottered him the
Secretary Mott-Smllh went up to
II. A. Il.lldwIn'H home, Ilnmakuapo
Ko, Hint night to see his son, who
nail remained behind on account of
tomu Kllght Injury to his leg. The
Walluku citizens (lid not give Gov
ernor I'lear any reception or other
.'miction that night, for thu eommt'
:ce wanted to glvo him and his p.uly
i good lest after the long rldu ot
ver fifteen miles on horseback from
I'lupnlakua to Klhel, and thu Gov
rimr was very thankful to the com
ailtteo for thulr html consideration
.'or his welfaie, although he and hit
.arty iippenred strong and heaity
Hid ready for another fifteen mites
of lough tiding that er same night
If thcro was nn' necessity for It.
Major Dunning recently passed a
uccessful test' after riding fifteen
miles, und, judging from that, the
Governor und his patty ought to be
mtltlcd to ho made llrlgadlcr Gen
.irnls ot Cavalry In tho l S. Army,
,'or they hnvo covered more than 200
miles on horseback since they arriv
ed from Honolulu on tho 7th, be
'Ides making tho trip to Ilnlenkala,
10,03:! feet above se.i level. On the
way to Knhnkuloa last Wednesday
onieono tcmarked that they were en
titled to become 'members ofMtooso
iclt's Hough Killers, nnd Mnjoi
Pratt yelled out: "You bet, sir."
At Public School
On Tuesday morning, March 17th,
'Jovcrnor Krcar nnd party visited the
Walluku public Bchool, of which
0. U. Copcland In the principal.
Thero nro over 200 children ot both
fcxcs In this school, their ages vnty
Ing from C to 15. Tho children were
arranged on the front steps of the
school building. Miss Kdith Naone,
'i Hawaiian maid of 13, emerged
from the crowd nnd mndo the ad
dress of welcomo to tho Governor
Hlio delivered it In such n master!)
manner that oven tho Governor wni
amazed nt her .excellent delivery
Tho Governor, then nmuV'njiuort ad-
.mil his corps of teachers for the ex
cellent showing tho school children
mado that morning, moro especlall)
tho lessons of patriotism taught tc
them, nnd he hoped that thoy would
trow up to be good men nnd women
nnd bo good citizens nnd lovo that
tlag which Is dear to every true
American's heart, Mjtuy of IWnl
luku's citizens wore present nt the
open-air exorcises by tho children
The Governor and party then left foi
tho new Walluku court housu, which
in Hearing completion. Tho Govern
or nnd Superintendent nf Public
Works 11 lira dm Campbell wcro both
pleased with tho progress ot the
building; so far, and from present In
dlcatlnns this building will be, wher
completed, what It Is Intended to be
tho llncst public building (outside
ot Wulukii public school building)
outside of Honolulu. Tho Wallukt
.lull was next visited, Deputy Jllqli
Sheriff nnd Jailor J. V. Welch wai
en hand to show tho visitors around
thu building. The Governor nnd Su
l.cilntcndent ot Puhllc Works were
much satisfied nl tho neat appear
ance not only ot thu prisoner's cells,
but also their kitchen, und tho vlslt
oi s wuro heard to remark that It win
cleaner than many rcsttuirhnts. The
Walluku Armory was noxt visited
.mil hero tho Governor wns Introduc
ed to many of tho lending Hawaiian
women of Walluku who woro In
their working clothes working hnrd
to decora I n tho ball room In honor ot
tho Governor's visit, nnd their ex
cellent tusto lu tho art of decorating
for stnto'functloiiB was proven Hint
ovonlng, when tho hall nppourcd like
u bnll-inoin in I-'uIrylaud, excelling
any n'tempts lu that direction on
foimer state occasions.
Tho County building and llru sta
tion woru next visited.
Up Iao Valley
About 1 1 o clock tho Governor nnd
Al.ipaK i the llower of his regiment)
to Walluku hy way of Wnlknpu, but
thoy wcro dtlven back by King Kn
heklll of Maul, nnd the llnwnll war
riors wero slaughtered merciless
ly nt tho sand-hills known lu his
tory as tho Ilattlo of Kakanlluii, and
tho boni's ot thu fallen heroes aro
still theic (ii toll the present genera
tion how desperately the Mnul war
I lore fought to guard tho "sweet wa
ters of lno." The Ilattlo of Iao,
when Knmehntnehii defeated the
lorces of Knlanlkuple, son of Knho
kill. tool, placo about foul teen years
later. Kulanlkiipiilu escaped fiom
thero and led the llatth' of Nuiiatill
against Kniiiehamehn In 171)1. K.i-
laulktiplu was as buhl u warrior and
ns gieat ii tactician lu liaud-to-hnud
warfatu us Kamehameha, but thu lat
ter only vamiulshe dthe rones led by
Mnul's chieftain, who was after O.i
litt's chieftain, because of the posses
sion of tlrearms lu thu hands of foi-
clgucrs. Hut this Is not running
down the Conquelor for (ho posses
sion ot foreign iiims proved his su
periority as a general and his apti
tude for thu arts of civilization and
,u ogress, which gained for him the
titles ot not only thu Napoleon ot
tho Pacific hut also thu Kghurt of
Thu party tclnrned to Walluku
town during thu afternoon ami the
Governor was driven to Kaliuliii In
Or. Dlnegnr's automobile to Inspect
tho breakwater nnd the water sys
cm. 5reat Waiiuku Assembly
In thu evening over one thousand
if (ho citizens of Central Maul
Walluku, Kahitliil, Walheu, Walkapu.
vValehu, Pain, Haiunkiinpoko, Kl
.iel, Puunene, nnd Mnknwuo were
irescnt at tho Wnlluku armory to
ittend tho grand reception und ball
ilvcn in honor of Governor Freur
mil party. Tho decorating commit
eo had spent nearly thrcu days dec
jratlng the hall with flags, bunting,
mil mountain evergreens, A big
irch of welcomo with tho word "Alo
m" was erected at tho entrance or
ho lnno lending to tho armory. Chi
leso nnd Jnpaneso lanterns woro
mng outside tho building, while
.vlthln wero suspended In artistic
tirofuslun Hags, hunting and evcr
;rcens nnd lanterns, presenting such
n appearance that Wnllukuus fall
0 call to memory any (hat excelled
1 since (ho days of Kamehnniehu
N'ut. When tho Governor und party
ntercd tho hall at S o'clock moro
linn one thousand people wcro with
in to extend to him tho glad hand
it welcome. It was a most enthusl-
stlc und genuine welcomo In ult rc
ipccts. Hverybody forgot for the
noment their llttlo differences und
ill vied with each other to do his or
ler lovql best to make (ho Govern
ir's visit enJoyaQlo In all respects,
nil how well (hey succeeded In (Ills
'or even such un old wnr-horso n
lodge J. W. Kalun declared that It
vas tho finest gathering that ho hud
iver cast eyes upon during nil his
'csldcnco of over' i third of a ccn
ury In Walluku.
Big Linen Sale See Prices
PURE LINEN NAPKINS
VALUE. SALE PRICE.
$1.00; 11x11 ..$ .GSpcrdoz.
$1.25; 13x13 $ .75perdoz.
$2.50; lGxlG $1.50 per doz.
$1.50; 17x17 $1.10 per doi.
$3.00-18x18 $2 00 per doz.
$2.25; 20x20 $1.50 per doz.
$2.25; Oin. . $1 50 per doz.
$2.25; 11 in. . .$1 50 per doz.
$2.50; 12 in. . $1.75 per doz.
$3.50; 14 in. . .$2.50 per doz.
VALUE. SALE PRICE.
$2.00; 72 in. wfde,$1.50 a yd.
$1.90; 72 in. wide $1.40 a yd.
$1.75; 72 in. wide $1.40 a yd.
$1.40; 08 in. wide $1.00 a yd.
$ .75 ; CO in. wide $ .00 a yd.
$ .50; CO in. wide $ .35 a yd.
$ .40; 51 in. wide $ .30 a yd.
$1.00; 58 in. wide $ .05 a yd.
$ .05 ; 58 in. wide $ .50 a yd.
VALUE. SALE PRICE.
$3.50; 24x24 . .$2.50 per doz.
$3.00; 22x22 . .$2.25 per doz.
$2.00; 22x22. ?2.C0 per doz.
VALUE. SALE PRICE.
$2.50; 22x22 . .$1.75 per doz.
$125; 18x18 $ .75 per doz,
im Hi? y m w RW
For a few days, in order to introduce it, we will sell
35-cent Pt. Bottles for 20c ; GO-cent Qt. Bottles for 35c.
GRAPE (00LD MEDAL) JUICE
It is endorsed by physicians cm
and Tabic Beverage.
iit as a tonic
Henry May &, Co., Ltd.
WHOLESALE 92 PHONES 22 HETAIL
i ii iiiWTiU"r"rr7
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.G5
acres. Very cheap.
party, nttended by about ton of the
Walluku committee, wont up to Iao
valley to Inspect tho ono aero of
Government land above the third
dossing, und Just Immediately be
low tho huso of (ho celebrated Nee
dle, whoro (ho Oovernmont owns u
miall stcndy-llowlng stream cnpaljlc
ot furnishing both Wnlluku nnd Kn
l.ulul towns with ono million gal'
Ions uer diem of tho purest nioun
tnln wator that could bo got any'
where, nnd which has been ono of
tho gicitcst and host preventives In
ilia past against tho spread ot epi
demics of every kind whatsoover, It
was to nave an opportunity to drink
of tho sweet waters of Iao that In
duced King Knlantopuu of Hawaii In
177C to send nn armada ot canoes
pet osg tho Hawaii channel, landed
74 S. KING ST ut K'ool, and thon despatched Ills
Judge A, N. Kepolkai mado tho In
ioductor,y address nnd he performed
lis task with great tact nnd skill,
'or even his worst enemies applaud
d him In (ho courba of his re
nnrks. (lovernor Krcar then uroso and nd
anccd (o (ho center ot tho hall,
vhoro ho could bo heard with groat
idvantngo by all. Everything wns
till und all eyes wero dltccted to
ho Governor, who for nearly nn
lour gavo them Miuiid advice as to
,hclr pressing needs. ,
At the conclusion ot tho (ovcrn-
ir'x address. Chairman Kelltnol of
ho ball commltteo Miinounced tho
rand match, and Immediately (lov
rnor Prear nnd Mrs, Kepolkai, fol-
owed hy Scctetnry Mott-Hmltli and
Ittlo Kdith Nuone, wero nt tho head
it u long procession of those, who
,'olned lu tho grand march, at tho
(inclusion of which tho regular
Inui'o commenced. Kxccllent music
or tho dunce was furnished hy the
With the Workers
Chairman 10. II. Unit, nsslsted by
Mesdnmes Weight, Kcriinnilcz, I'or-
clra und Snmmorfchl, wcro busy
rom S o'clock until after midnight,
furnishing light refreshment, soda
water, coffee and Ico cream, to those,
urescnt, nnd It was no easy matter
o carry to such a successful loruil-
intlon, but Mr. Hart nnd his nsslut
ints wcro moro than equal to tho oc-
'aslon and nil wcro batlslicd. Messis.
Wilcox, Knno, Welch, Sotumcrfeld,
,iid Mesdnmcs Hal, Hoblnsnu nnd
lattery covered themselves with un
illoyed glory for tho groat tnsto thoy
.bowed In (ho manner (hoy decorut
nl tho hall. Tho (jovcrnor was well
pleased nnd so were all those who
at under the decorations. Thu oth--r
committees, tho reception, llter
iry nnd music, refreshment nnd en
tertainment, nnd ball, did their wmk
o well that tho success of tho recep
tion and hall given in honor of Uov
irnor Frear and party was duo to
tho united efforts of nil, und the
nlnanco (onimtttco will be given an
pportunlty to oxcel themselves In
the science of financiering when 'ill
tho bills (nmo In next wcok, nnd tho
1obts will nil be liquidated lu n few
.ays, which that commltteo piomhos
Shipping & Commission Merchant
Diamond Crystal Cooking and
' Shaker Salt
Blackola and Russetine
J. A. GiimaEi, - Agent
Fort Street, will
j Move to the
OREGON BLOCK, 152 Hotel St.
Opposite Young Hotel, on Mar ok 26 th
We will be pleased to serve you with a
Higher Grade of Meat
than you have been getting elsewhere.
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