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CVKNINO IlUM.nTIN, HONOLULU. T. II . MONDAY. APIUL C 190R
Wc have just opened the swellcst nnd most beau
tiful line of
WE HAVE EVER SHOWN. ftp)
Elegant Princess Models
Made of soft mulls- nnd fine organdies trimmed
with double-thread valcnclcnncs lace, or fine embroid
ery. Some hand-crabroidcrcd j the most stylish gowns
of the season.
THE BEST VALUES IN TOWN.
Long Silk Gloves
in White, Black, and colors, double tips, extra heavy
silk ?1.75 A PAIR
Glace Kid Gloves
elbow length, every glove guaranteed, in Black, White,
Brown, nnd Tans $.'S.50 A PAIR
Suede Kid Gloves
in Black and White, elbow length; a guaranteed glove,
at $2.50 A PAIR
Beady to Wear Veils
AT PRICES THAT WILL INTEREST YOU.
CHIFPON VEILING,, hemstitched border, in Light
Blue, Pink, Navy, Brown, and Grey. . .35ft A YD.
Chiffon Auto Veils
3 yards long, Light Blue, Pink, Brown, Navy, and
Grey, at $1.50 EACH
N. S. Sachs Dry
THE STORE WITH THE
Just afca-iit half priceto reduce stock
Hawajfan Electric Co., Ltd.,
KING ST. NllAR ALAKEA.
Shipping & CommissionMerchant
Diamond Crystal Cooking and
Blackola and Russetine
J. A. Gilman, - Agent
ITJllL Jf" !UJ.J!.JM!J J IJ.L
HOLLYWOOD PRINT PICTURES
PACIFIC PICTURE FRAMING CO.,
R. MIYATA & CO.,
CONTRACTORS, BUILDERS, PAIN
TERS, PAPER HANGERS anil
Second Hand Lumber, Doors and
Sashes Bought and Sold.
KING ST., PALAMA JUNCTIUN.
, Lxi frjjj- . MMjfAi.' Lbt
Goods Co., Ltd.,
P. 0. BOX 144.
Coyne Furniture Co.
pirnniT : !.la -l ... i. it.. i1.AAiH.
aniiUin is ngui, nunc iu uic wiciuci,
where you can get the Best of Every
thine to drink. .
Tlio Widow: Tlio woy to intorcsl
i man Is to tall; about what lie Is
moat Interested In.
This Maid: lint I booh tire or talk
ing about the man I urn talking to.
Japanese Open Factory For Home
Production of Food INow Pur
chttsccl In Larjje Quantities
From Japan o
MR. K. YAMAMOTO
President of the Hawaiian Macaroni Company
The Innimumtlim of u now lioni'
Industry fur Hawaii was lelehr.itcd
In a most elaborate htyle mi Saturdat
evening nt tlio now headquartero and
factory of tlio Hawaiian Macaroni
MniuifactuiliiR C'oiniMuy on lloio
tanla street, ;
Mr. K. Ynniiiniotu, piesldcnt or
tlio lompany, was tliu hoU of the
ovenliiB and tlio tlircu Imndrctl or
more KiicstH who responded to his In
vitation wcro enthusiastic In pralso
of tlio now enterprise.
Tlio purpose of tlio mneniunl fac
tory Is to'piodtteo In t tiits tlty an nr
tlclo of trado tliat now goes to .la
pan In tlio shape of Alnerlcan Hour
and la brought liack hero u manu
factured staph! food, paying duty
liotli ways. Tlio men nsroclntcd with
Mr. Yamamoto Inlcnii to nao the
frolRht and the duly and put u flrvt
clnss article on the market.
Macaroni In nil IIh forms was dls'
played to tho best advantage on Sat
urday evening. The guests cnteilng
tho Hag-decked doors wore Imme'll
ntely Interested liy n pleturpsiiiin
rcprcHeulallon of a waterfall done In
luaraionl hags for lucks and eoloi
cd macaroni for llio water.
Tho long drylng-ioom of tho fac
tory w.ia Inuisroiiiioil Into a h,iniiiet
hall with threo tables running tho
full length. At tho end opposite tho
entrnnco was n Btago formed from
tho macaroni hoxea and filnged with
n Hcrrntcd hoi'dcr of red, wlilto and
blue macaroni. About this linpro
leil hamiuct loom tho Uags of
America and Japan adorned tlio
woIIh. Tho tables wero loaded with
falailH, tnlil meatB, and fiultH liberal
ly dotted with miiIii anl honio-bruwed
Mr. Yamamoto In opening tho
"I thank you for jour kind pies
piico thin evening. I think It Is piop
or for me to say a foiv words of ox
planatlon why I took this oceaHliui to
gather my fi lends bero this evening.
Japanese vermicelli Is Imported from
Japan, although Us material Is mi
American production. Tho wheat
of California Is liuuudilppod son oral
thousands of miles Jiciosa the K-a and
tho land and lifon, It Is turned Into
Jupanoso vermkelll. This Btplo
Japaneso food Is rcnhlppcd from Jn
pan before It reaelioa tlio local con
Burners, adding to Its cost douhlo du
ty beside tho fielgbt. I wish to toll
you, gentlemen, that thin factory is
Intended to cm tall nil such unneces
sary cxpoiiEos In Its production anil
supply tlio local consumers with
cheaper and fresh goods.
"I am tonlldent that when our pro
duct llmls Its way to eeiy Japanese
tnblo in tho Islands It means u now
Industry to thu Territory nnd a
Bourco of local wealth. Ooiillonicn,
t urn confident that all my business
P. E. R. Strauch
FOR SALE 4Q0 ucrcs of Land at
Kona, Hawaii; good for Tobacco,
Pineapples, Rubber, Grapes, Etc.
Lot of valuable Ohia trees for rail
way ties ready for marketing. Price
$12.30 per acre, Splendid Opportu
nity for Investment.
VAIT Y BLDQ., ' 74 S, KING ST.
' N -.
r lends would extend their helping
bunds In fostering -this baby Indus
tiy I know that you nil believe In
patronizing tho local Industry, I
thank you again for our attention
and hope you would Join In tho mer
riment for .the; launching of a new
Following thcae Introductory re
marks, others present made compli
mentary addresses. Alexander Uumo
I'ord dwelt extensively on tlio prog'
ress of the .lapain-M mid his destro
that they Join In the promotion work
of tho Islands. Mr. llaloy of tho
Immigration scrvlie, speaking In the
Japaneso language, kept his hearers
cheering, tired to enthusiasm by his
After tho hpeechiimklng, n program
of Japaneso theatiicnls was carried
out that was erj much enjoyed.
Tlio factory Is i mining full blast
today, tinning out a product that
bids fair to full) supply 1,1 io local
market, and turn into the pockets of
local Japaneso business men tho mon
ey that has heretofore gone to thu
manufacturers of Japan,
The end of tho Lilliputian engage
iiieutf In Honolulu Is almost here, nud
those who hnU' mgloc.tud to take nib
vanlago of the opimiiuulty tn hear tlio
cleverest little aiiors Iu tho world
Iiiinu iml it few iilglits left, and, if
they have an liiieiiilou of atteiulhiK
one of their perfuiiiiancos, would but
ler niako n dash for thu ticket olllco
of thu Orpheum
Thoso who hai seen tbein once
noeil no uilmoiiltlDii. and, from Ihu ad
vanro salo of seats. It looks tory much
nn though tho I'ollnnis will coiitlnm
to lie ai iHipiilai in at tho llrst, right
up to 4he time they bid farewell to
Honolulu from the decks of tho Hong
Thurn will b, ibreo performancoi
more of Dili "livfiliiii.ifu"; tonight will
bring tho l.ujt appearanco of "IIoro
dora" and the pin for tomorrow
night and for Wednesday lnatlnco will
bo "Tho tlelsha liiil"
Ktrnlght Miu.lellle will bo the at
traction for the last two nights of the
This will roiiie as n delightful nov
el!' to Honolulu people, who havo set
I'.oni had tho oppintunUy of seeing u
high class vaiiiMilli' entertainment,
and tlio seats for thoso two iilghlB,
Wodiioailn) and Tliiir.day, tiro selling
iihii'O rapidly lli.m lliusu of tiny other
pei'foriiiaiicn to diite -
OUR JACK HANDS OUT
ROAST TO PINKHAM
Jnek Atkinson sas that tho reason
tho proposed home for non:lepiou3
boys of leprous pnieiiis, for which tho
l.cgU'Iaturo appropriated S 15,000, has
HoNcr been built Is llio "lying, ilercii
Hon, and fraud, tilckcry or laziness of
llio President or the Ho'ird of Henllll."
Leaving the well children tit the Set
tlement, whin- they nro lu constant
dnugijr of contracting tho disease, he
brands as a eiluie the responsibility
for which he say icsts with I'lnklinm.
John lluvbes, the father of tho bill
proldlng fm n !lu)s' Homo, says he
linrdlv seen the ncresBlty of Juck's
jlunplug on I'lnklinm, who, ho says, Is
In ninny wuys e very good president,
of tho Hoard or Health. I'lnklinm Is
kind hearted but has tliu npliappy fac
ulty tif hutting Into things which are
oulsldn of lit" duties and uono of tils
JBP- BULLETIN ADS. PAY -T
I (IbMMMwjURt) ,
An Inhalation for
Craaolana la Boon Io Aathmallca.
lKi It not wN.mniraHwiirlibratliIna
rrmedr tot til of lha braalhlnc oriaai lUn
to Uk the renwtlr Into tha alomtcb?
I . sI.a at. nilatil
tmnlT ntiyitlcf li crrifJ ntpr tb dlwawd
tutfac ttlth Aerr trh, flln pfolonjid and
cfniUnt trrlnifnt. It U BTtuii w mnmt
itb traau tmwffn.
Thot of a (n
will Bnil ImtnvdlaU tt
from Omifhfl fr n(Um4
Condition of th ihroaU
rVnd ocUl tor da
J 30 Fulton Wrest,
(Continued from Pare 1
site Hint he "has teslded theieoti not
les-s than two sears' b showing that
ho has for that period maintained on
the premises a permanent nnd llxcd
abude with the present Intention
there to remain."
Ha pal took up u piece of Covcrn
ment land, comprising 27. til acres,
Iu Olaa, with tho resldenco require
ment of two jours. This was In
1902. Tlio evidence showed tluil he
lived thcro from Saturdays to Mon
dnys and on holidays, but never
stayed more than three or four das
nt u lliiic, the test of thu time being
spent lu I It Io, where ho Is Ulstrl"t
Magistrate. Ilnpul's wlfo and fam
ily lived on tho lot nt vnrlous times,
sometimes for several weeks at n
stretch, lie built n limine and culti
vated most of the land. It being his
Intention to innko his homo thcro
nnd live there when his work did not
rcqulio his presence, In llilo. "If all
tho times tho place was occupied by
plaintiff, his wife and family were
added together. It would mako nbout
Tho Supreme Court nay. "So far
as tho right to u patent Is concerned,
If tho lessee has resided on tho land
for not less than two years. It Is
Immaterial to inqulro whether the
condition ns to continuously main
taining a homo thereon has been car
ried out. ... To resldo on certain
premises nnd to continuously main
tain n home thero docs not mean tho
bamo thing, ns a person may do cttU
er one without doing the other.
"That plaintiff aim maintained n
homo in 111 )., whore ho lived when
absent on business from his Ola-i
place. Is not sufficient In this caso to
show a nou-compllnnco with tho
statute, whatever its effect might
bo Iu Homo other case.
"In so far lis tho conclusion de
pends upon a question of fnct, the
Mailing of tho circuit Judgo Is lu fa
vor of plaintiff, and while that find
ing is not binding on this court It Is
certainly entitled to weight. Wo may
add that, If It appeared In any way,
as It does not In this case, that tho
compliance with tho condition ns to
residence was not niailo In good faith,
u different conclusion might follow
"Tho decreo nppeuled hum Is af
llrmed." C. !'. demons (Thompson & dem
ons on tlio brief), for plaintiff. W
1.. Whitney, Deputy Attorney Uener
al (C. It, Hemcnwny, Attorney (len
eral, ulso on tho brief,) for defend
ant. Tho llapnl matter camo up whllo
Carter was (lovernor. Carter nnd his
subordinates ordered llapal to get off
tho land because ho had not compiled
with tho resilience requirement lla
pal refused and defied them to put
him off. They refused to grant him
a patent, whereupon ho brought Milt
to compel him to do so. llo has now
won out and thcro will bo no farther
contest. Tho meaning of tho final
decision Is that the residence require
ment attached to land lenses In tlio
Territory Is not worth tho paper It Is
written on, A man may llvo In Ho
nolulu nud tako up laud on thu otbor
side of thu Island nnd by going over
nnd staying on Sunday may acquire,
SUPREME COURT WORK
The following matters havo been
bet for hearing by tho Sitpicmo Court
of tho Territory during tho April
session, which began today:
Motion In ro application of Low
ers & Cooke, Limited, tn reglstor nnd
confirm their title to certain lands.
Petition for rehearing. Sot for Tues
day, April 7, for oral argument.
Cases In re arbitration between
the Kona Development Co., Ltd., nnd
R II. McStocker on tlio one part and
M. F. Scott of tho other part. Ap
peal from Circuit Judgo, Flist Cir
cuit. Set for Monduy, April C, Tor
The (Jiiecn's Hospital, a corpora
lion, vs. Ilruco Cnrtwrlght, trustee
et ul. Appeal from Circuit Judgo.
Mclliyilo Sugar Co, vs. Knloa Su
gar Co. Appeal from Circuit Judge.
In thu matter of the estate of the
latu llarrj J. Johnson, Judgu Lindsay
this morning discharged J H. Low ns
temporary administrator and appolul
cd tho widow, Mlnnln Johnson, ox
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