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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. II.. THURSDAY, MAIl 2fi. 190S.
i SPECIAL I
I EASTERSALE !
S r S
White Easter Dresses
For Children and Misses ;
sizes, 4, 6, 8, 10, 12, and
14 years old, all at pxices
to effeot quick clearance.
All ready to put on for less
than the cost of material.
LOT 1 Two styles, made o' fine lawn, some plain
tucked, others trimmed with embroidery, SALE PRI.CE
LOT 2 Hade of fine India Linon, nicely trimmed
with Valenciennes Lace and herringbone stitching. Sizes
6 to 10 years. SALE PRICE $2.25.
LOT 3 Made of tine India Linon, trimmed with fine
embroidery. Sizes 4, C, 8, and 10 years. SALE PRICE..
LOT 4 Made of fine India Linon with yoke of em
broidery, prettily trimmed with embroidery nnd insertion.
Sizes 8 and 10 years. 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 dc 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 nnd mcdalions. Sizes 10, 12, and 14 years. SALE
W SUB 1
Governor Has Appointed
SEE WINDOW DISPLAY
N. S. Sachs Dry Goods Co.,
THE STORE WITH THE MONEY BACK POLICY
A Ten Itorlnl Transportation Com
mittee, consisting of Governor l-'rcnr,
lionorary chairman; It. II. Trent, act
ing chairman; K. A. Molt-Smlth, 1,,
A. Thurston, J. 1', Cooke and A. II.
ford, was nppolntcd etcrtlny by
Governor l-'rcnr and Is nuthorlzcd to
correspond with transportation com
panies throughout tho I'acillc, mid
wltji tho government tourist bureaus
of tho Australian States vtli a view
to securing Information to be placed
before tho I'rumotlon Committee, tho
Immigration IlonriT, and tho Legisla
ture. This Is In furtherance of Al
exander Hume l'ord'H scheme of tho
territory cooperating with tho Tour
ist llureau of tho Antipodes and tho
i'acillc transportation companies In
stabllslilng Joint Information of
fices In the large cities of the. United
A matter which will ho Immedi
ately dealt with by tho loninilttco Is
that of securing for both tourists
jnd residents of tho Territory cheap
liiler-lshind transportation. A suli
cnnmilttcu consisting of A. Hartley,
li.ilriiiuu: A. F. C.illllths and I.. U.
illuckinnn, lias been appointed to ac
cept tho offer nmdo by tho Inter-Ial-mid
Company of a series of week-end
exoursionn from Honolulu to various
places on the other Islands. The
(list of these excursions will prob
ably bo tn llllo, President Kennedy
of tho lutcr-lsliind having offered to
nuiko a rato of 312.1,0 to llllo and
ictiirn. provided 100 oxciiisIohIhIs
an bo secured. Tho Milium Kca will
take tho party, leaving Honolulu on
Friday evening and returning tho
following Monday morning.
Says "No War"
Now V6rk, March 6. Sukuyol Ta
kabaslil, onu of the seven "flro eat
ing" professors of tho Imperial Uni
versity of Toklo who drafted tho fam
ous memoranda advlilng the Ktnpcr
or of ,liipan to make war on llinmln,
Is visiting New York en toiite around
tho world on a inlston of peare lie
Is noted ns an uiitlu.iic intpnu-
ilonnl law and Is oih -if ili fommosi
ndlsar of the Intniim) Jipanei,o D
partmclit of Fortlni VfTalrs After
uyh's m nm
i " " ' i
JAKlY IAJWIAHJI,fU.'-fMJM Of
passing four riiontlis In the United
States, during which he Investigated
tho Immigration pi Idem and the con
ditions which were productUo of anil
Japalieso outbreaks on the Pacific
coast, Professor Tekahashl contends
that war between japan and tlie
United Slates Is uu utter Imposplblli
.Inpau Mauris rcil, ho assorts, to
extend a loyal welcome to Iho I'.iclllc
licet If that lultlexlilp armnda will
continue Its ci-iiIm- to Hie Mikado's
bhoros. War talk, be adds, Is but n
passing ngltntlnu ntiemplod by the
Jingo nnd the demagogue. Further
Piofossor Takalmsld states that Ja
pan alms to maintain tho "op.'ii dooi"
policy In Manchuria mid denies thai
his country has am deslro to obtain
possession of Iho Philippines.
A Pure Ginger Ale
-Perfectly Flavored Soda Water Any
CONSOLIDATED SODA WORKS CO., LTD.
Q. S. LEITHEAD, Manager.
Just about half priceto reduce stock
Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.,
KING ST. NEAR ALAKEA.
P. 0. BOX 144.
Tolchl Ilaynshl was put on trial In
he Federal Court this morning
charged with having committed per
jury boforo tho Hoard of Hpecl.il In
ipilry at tho Immigration Hoard. The,
indictment nlleges that on .1 an nan
IT. at tho examination of Nnko Ilay
nshl as to her right to enter this coun
try, Ilaynshl swore that sho was his
nlfo and that he hail no other wife
living, which facts wore false.
When the trlul began, tho defense
idmltted that on January ,7' Ilayashl
had n wlfo living nt Pala, Maul. Hay
moiid Drown, chief of tho Immlgra
Hon Station, was the first witness
called. C. Q. Hitting, attorney for the
defense, Immediately objected to his
testimony being received, taking tho
ground that tho Special Hoard of In
quiry had no right to require Ilayashl
to appear before It and testify, as he
would have to testify against himself,
corivlct himself of bigamy or else per
Hitting made a vigorous argument
in support ot his objectlou contending
that to compel n man to glvo test),
mony which may Incriminate himself
Is a violation of tho Fifth Amendment
to tho Constitution. Assistant Dis
trict Attorney V. T. rtawllns opposed
tho objection, tho argument on the
point consuming most of tho morning
Tho Judge will glvo his decision this
Tho Jury trying tho caso consists
of J. It. Gait, W. n. Chilton, Tbeodoro
lllackstad, Oeorgo Fern, A. W. Han
son. J. I). Crockett, A. C. Prescott, i:
S. Ciinhn. C. It. Ik-went, Hugh II.
Walker, Charles, Hubert nnd J. M
Japanese. Consul. General Salto has
not yel beqiiitillldully Informed of
,1). W. Htcwiis' death, Intf when (-eon
today ho oxiucsseif tho gieatest wr
low over tho death ot tho late Mr.
Slovens. Salto will confor with 8.
OzaU today and will' afterward tend
u letter of condolence to Ambassador
'In Kali Ira at Washington,
Ozakl'is the president of the Jap
anese II ro claimants hero nnd is on
thai account recognized by Consul
Salto us tho proper man to confor
When Stevens pnsHcd through
hero he was lit consultation with
Salto about the flro claims. Many
ether matters of linportnnco worn
discussed, none ot which have been
"I nm very torry for Mr. Sloven","
said Salto. "Ho has been a valuablo
man lot the Japanese Government. Of
Into years ho has been an adviser to
J'rlnco lto over tho Korean govern
ment. u lccognltlon of his sen Ices
no wns decorated wun mo orucr or
the Ill&lng Sun of tho first class,
With tho passing uway of Mr. Ste
vens, tho Japaneso Government
toiiBca to hao n Foreign adviser."
Special Letters Sent
To Those About. To
Secretary Wood bin pnpiucd tbt
following letter, which ho will submit
to the Pioiiiotlon Committee at Uu
meeting this nftcrnoon:
Wo mo now Bonding out special
lottoi s to every olllcer of tho Army
and Navy, listed to retire during thli,
jenr and a'so during the years 1915
ami 1910, calling their attention tu
the ottiactlons offered by thu Island
oh a place for homes.
We are albo mulling special lottort
lo tho Secretary of uvory Chamber of
Commerce. Merchants' and Mnnufnc
Hirers' Association and similar organ
izatlons throughout all of tho Wort
u-n States, suggesting tho getting up
of small excursion parties to Hawaii
of from unpen to twenty -five. In this
work we will bo aided by the Pussen
per Agents of all or the Trans Con
tlncntnl rnllioads. as well us by tin
general passenger ngents of the differ
tnt steamship companies, plvlng out
of Sail Francisco and Vancouver, will,
whom wo keep In constant touch
Even the Groat Northern ami North
ern Puclllc Ilnllway, though they havi
no direct steamship connection wlili
Hawaii, continue to advertUo ain
help us. Tho half page free advertU,
nioiit In tho-tlmo folder of the Nouli
oru Pacific brings us In u number in
Inquiries each mall.
Something over a yenr ago, wo fur
nlshed Mr. Wm. Stilt, general passcn
gor agent of the Canadian Pacific tall
way, with about one hundred careful
Iy selected photographs f en which
ho has had made a largo number ol
lantern slides. Thor.o are now being,
shown In nil the towns li Unitary ti
tho Canadian 1'aclllc Hallway. Mr
Stilt Is also planning to gel out a new
suites of pamphlets for use In Fug
land, Canada. Now Zealand and Aus
trnlln. In which Hawaii will receive
prominent mention. As a direct re
suit of Mr. Ktltt'a friendship nnd ac
tho cooperation wo may expect n con
tinned Increase of travel from the
Canadian Provinces nnd fiom Aus
tralla and New Zealand.
llj tho last steamer fiom Iho South
wo received a number nt superbly II
lustrated booss. descriptive of the nt
Iractlons of Now Zealand, for., inlei
by Mr. T. E. Donne, Supcrliitcmlcn
of the Now Zealand Government Dc
parlment of Tourist nnd Health He
sorts, with whom wo havo co-operate
In tho dlstilbutlou of advertising mat
tcrf for tho past two years. Our fold
ers are distributed thioughout all oi
Australia on the 'name plan.
I am pleased to report that Mi
Pratt Is now preparing Ills article oi
Iho land laws of tho Territory, whlcl
will bo published in tho pamplilc
"Agriculture In Hawaii." At Mr
Pratt's suggestion, tho pamphlet wll
also contain tho names nnd ndrtrcssci
of tho laud ngents on tho different Is
lands, so ns to enable. Interested tint
ties to correspond direct without firs
writing to tho General hand Otflco o
Promotion Committee nt Honolulu.
Through tho kindness of Mr. How
ard Hitchcock, who has agtecd to li
tis have three or four of his painting'
lor display In I.os Angeles, wo will hi
r.blo to mako our exhibit there, spec
Tluough tho courtesy of tho Polk
Ilusted Directory Company, a Direct
ory of Iho city of Washington, 1). C.
has Just been placed on our counter.
II. P. WOOD,
is what you want for Cooking Purposes, as the body for
Sauces, Gravies, Ice-Cream, Fricassees, etc.
BECAUSE it is so vich in BUTTER-FAT, NATUItAL
FLAVOR, and PURE CREAM.
BECAUSE it is thoroughly sterilized by a special hy
gienio process, and is ABSOLUTELY PURE.
BECAUSE it is READILY DIGESTED and ASSIMI
Best for Tea, Coffee, Cocoa, Etc.
Thoro will bo u blind concert by
the Iloynl Hawaiian Hand nt tho
popular Seaside Hotel this evening.
Mr. llurger, tho leader of tho band,
has u program that will Interest ev
eryone who Is a lover of. music. It
will he delightful lo have dinner
thoro while enjoying tho music; then
afterwards, dance to tho strains, of
Mrnest Kaal's orchestra, Kngngo
your tables early, for many liavn ul
icady been tnkcti. All tho friends of
thu Seaside aro cordially Invited.
CITED-FOR Cliff I
Judgo Parsons of llllo has Issued
an order to Maria Violra Hllvn and
Alilono Joaquin Sllva, defendants In
Iho action brought by Hnillla Vlolr.1
Ollvelra, to appear before him In his
ihnmhera nt llllo on April ", mid show
caiiFO, If they havo any, why they
should not ho adjudged guilty ot con
tempt ot oouit for fnlluro to perform
Iho decreo of October 1'J, PJ07. Tho
decree ordorod them lo pxreutu mid
Ab uu cvldeuco of Interest In tho
tramping picnic party to be given by
-the Pacific Social Club next Sunday.
March L'9, small parties from tho
different parts ot Oahit aro to Join
tho plculccrs and thoreby add to the
number ulicady slated.
This promises to bo n most pop
ular and lutciestlng affair, as tho
various committees nro going about
their rcspectlvo duties In snch n
zealous maimer that n grand success
seems to weleomte their earnest en
deavors., Tho rendition of vocal and
musical numbers by' tho ninny will-
lug members will bo it loyal treat to
' On account of this being n post
poned party tho members have taken
up tho nintter with, j-cnowed energy,
nnd special Interest Is manifested,
from what can bo learned fiom the
younger contingent In their gossip
oicr their needles and teacups. Tills
will without doubt bo u successful
affair and Iho long In memory,
H. HACKFELD & CO., LTD., Agents
j deliver to tho plaintiff a good ami suf
l flcleut deed of conveyance In foo Blm
pin of tho llllo half of lot 7 of the
The Weekly Edition of the Evening
Bulletin gives a compute summary ?i
.tie neivi of the cay.
Bi Linen SaleSec Prices
PURE LINEN NAPKINS
VALUE. SALE PRICE.
$1.00: 11x11 . ? .GSpcrdoz,
$ .75 per'doz.
$1.50 per doz.
.$1.10 per dcz.
$2.00 per doz.
.Si.au per tioz.
$2 50; lGxlO
$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.
S2.00;72in. wide $1 50 a yd.
S1.60: 72 in. wide $1.40 a yd.
$1.75; 72 in. wide $1.40 a yd.
$1.40; G8 in. wide $1.00 a yd.
S .76; GO in. wide $ .00 a yd.
3 o0- c,Q v ,. ,o $ .35 a yd.
$ iii .. .n ' idc$ .30 a yd.
$1.00. 88 .n. wide $ .05 a yd.
$ .05; 58 in. wide $ .50 a yd.
VALUE. SALE PRICE.
$3.50; 2'1;:24 . $2.50 per doz.
$3.00 j 22x22 $2.25 per doz.
$2.00; 22x22 . $2.00 per doz.
VALUE. SALE PRICE.
$2.60:22x22 . $1.70 per doz.
$1.25: 13x18 . .$ .75 per doz.
$ Fort Street
is a big improvement over all previous machine of any raakc.
There's no raspiny;, grating noise with the Edison; it runs smooth
ly nnd noiselessly. And that Blare of sound Edison found a
way to eliminate it.
The records arc cheaper: there is no changing of needles;
the machine lasts longer, ami testi less than any other first-class
Phonograph. Call and hear it it
HAWAIIAN NEWS COMPANY, Ltd.,
T T AMFlA Fort Street, will
U JiiTi.J. UXJy Move to the
OREGOl BXeOCK, 152 Hotel St.
Opposite Young Hotel, on March 28th ,
Shipping & Commission Merchant
Diamond Crystal Cooking and
Blackola and Russetine
J. A. Grilman, - Ag'ent
Bulletin Business Office Phone 250.
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 185.
a a X tt H ft
x -x- a -:t - a
Tlio Hawaiian baml v. Ill play till)
ovcnlnc nt tho Honolulu Seaside
Hotel, Waiklkl. KoIIowIiik In tho pro
Overture "Iloart to Hlory" Kllnt,
Ilallatl "lly tho Sea" Schuliort
(n) "Iliimoioake, "Dvorak;" (li)
Selection "II Trovat,oio" Voril
Vocal Hawaiian 8onKs...nr. by'flcrKoi
Selection "Itunawny Olrl"..Moncktor
Intermezzo "lly thy Watermelon
Waltz "Tho Merry Wlilow" ...I.ehni
"Tho St.ir SpnnitloJ Iliiniier."
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
Entered far Record March 25, 1903,
from 10:30 a. m. to 4 p. m.
Choiis lllus Wnl Co to I.ihtio
llcrthn Tnrnliull i:t by Uxor ot al
to I'iotetaiit Kplecopal Church . I
Entered tor Record March 20, 1903
from 9 a. m. to 10:30 a. m.
Aliulo K Kekuown to A N llnynel-
J. Uarcla niul wf to Mariano Uotc.ll
I.I CIiuuiik to Kan Kill Yin I'A
I.I Chan Slieo to Kan Kill Vln I'A
llt'lia of Hlrani K l'ahnu bj Tr to
IMwaril Davis I
P. E. R. Strauch
FOR SALE 4G0 acres of Land at
Konn, Hawaii; good for Tobacco,
Pineapples, Rubber, Grapes, Etc.
Lot of valuable Ohia trees for rail
way ties ready for marketing. Price
$12.50 per acre. Splendid Opportu
nity for Investment.
WAITY BLDQ., 74 S. KING ST.
We will be pleased to serve you with a
Higher Grade of Meat
than you have been getting elsewhere.
HA.VE YOU TRIED OUKB
METROPOLITAN MEAT CO, Limited
MATERNITY HOME LUAU.
Thcio will bo a Binall ilvllcatc-huei
table (or tho Maternity Homo 1 11:111 on
Saturday at which will bo nerved lau
Urns especially prepared for tho occ.i
bIoii. Tho County Supervisor)) have
kindly Rlvon peiniluslou for tho Conn
ty hand to lio In nttendanco fioin 1:
to B . in Tho ticket stiilm nhntild bi
rutuliioil after onlorlnK Iho urouiidn
as I hoy 1110 lo bo collected at tin
HIT.NCJllt In this city. Mnich
1908, to Mra. Hlcliunt Spencer,
i-O w wJL o
you have lost a coat. Let us
supply you with a new one.
This Is Not
A Tailor's Advertisement.
We are referring to yor house it needs a coat of paint and needs
it badly. Let us flt it with a new coat of paint Real Paint put ou by
J THE P A I K T E RPIIONE 420
Weekly Bulletin, $1 Year
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