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NOTICE THESE VALUES
NEW SHIRT WAISTS
Spring and Summer Styles for 1908. A large variety
to select from.
The Christy Lingerie Shirt Waists
TAILORED AND LINGERIE WAISTS
Two of the most popular mnkes of the day. Perfect
fitting styles that are right up-to-date. Also, a fine va
Elegant Hand-Embrofdered Waists
LINOERIE WAISTS from $1.25 upward.
TAILORED WAISTS from 1.75 upward.
LINEN WAISTS, strictly tailored, stiff collar and cuffs
DT SEE OUR WINDOW DISPLAY.
is the only black silk that is backed by a written guar
antee. A silk with character and a reputation. A silk
that we take pleasure in recommending.
Moneybak Taffeta ,
SILK at 1.1 5 per yard.
MONEYBAK PEAU DE SOIE at 1.35 a yd.
White India Linon
Extra good value, sheer and fine, 0 yds. for 1.00.
12 yards in a niece, at S2.75 the piece.
New Tuxedo Veilings
White with black chenille dots at 35 a yd.
New Maliiie Veilings with dotij black, white, brown,
and navy, 10 a yd.
N. S. Sachs Dry Goods Co., Ltd.,
3BT" THE STORE WITH THE MONEY-BACK POLICY!
The Gas iglit
The Electric Light
These arc the steps in the development of the lamp,
and a marvelous growth it is. Are you using the latest
and best light, ELECTRICITY? If not, consult without
Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.,
KINO ST. NEAR ALAKEA.
P. 0. BOX 144.
King Street, Ewa of Fislunarket.
DRY OOODS AND FURNISHING
GOODS of EVERY DE-
WING CHONG CO.
KING ST. NEAE BETHEL
Dealers in Furniture Mattresses,
Etc., Etc. All kinds of KOA and
MISSION FURNITURE Made To
NEW VICTOR CATALOG.
Bergstrom Music Co., Ltd.
The Best In Town.
TEL. 527. KING ST.
Work On Big Contract
Is Going Ahead
On next Monday, Acting (luvrrnor
Mult-Smith will (urn the v.ihc tin.,
will throw a powerful Btroam of watc.
illit'Ct from Hie now rrscitotr lit the
Ntiiinmi Dam lutn I lie city mains. All
of tlio pipe Into town has been laid,
eveiy thing la In picparatlnn fur wliat
In, however, only tho beginning of
tlio end of the construction work of the
giant ilnin. mill when the Arthur. (lov
ernor plies tln lit t lu twist lliut wit
send tlio )vntor shooting down I hi- lone
linos of pipe, It will be the llrnl com
ploto Blop hi llio work Hint Ik goiim
to furnish this rlty with u splendid
Superintendent of Public Work.
Mnrstnn Campbell got tired of con
tluually iinHWcihiK loportoiB' ques
tloiiH us to tlio progress on tlio Nuii.inu
ilum, nnil yesterday nftutnoon ho too
representatives of the press all over
thu dam, explaining tlio uirlotis engl
iiurlug problems and pointing out tin
many ikiImh of Interest. Tho utrlk
Ing characteristic aliout tho whole
work Is tho smoothness of oporatto'i
In the preliminary construction. There
teems tn bu untiling out of harmony,
every man knows what he hau to do.
and consequently each part of the
Job Id forging ahead. The energies or
n greater number of tho men me dl
reeled toward the filling of the lowei
side of tho largest gulch with masslie
stones which are hroiiKht from epini
tics on each bide of the gulch. Tlio
big liouhlerH aio brought down from
the ipiarrles In little train cars, the
track on which they run nriijrctliiu
out oicr the fill Hovcrnl feet, and the
rocks nro dumped out here. A new
quarry has- recently been opened In
which n better class of stone bus been
found. This will bo used excluslvel
In tho hand-placed facing of tho from
slant of tho dam. Contractor White
house stated yesterday that ho ex
pected to have this rock fill complet
cil In less than twenty days, when
preparations for sluicing would also
Just back of the big ruck fill, on tho
top of the inula dam art) two trestle.,
nt present which will bo used for Hi
Humes ror btulclng. Tho third n-i I
highest llumo will reach Into the ai.
thlrty-tlu' feet In tho basin tho wat
er backed tip by the dam Is very lot
at present, but it quickly fills up In
caBe of rains or storms. Ample pro
vision' has been made for waste wutei
In case It should so till up that tin
dam or pipes might bu In dangi I
There Is one underground tunnel
which would carry a great amount ot
waste, water In ciibo such action was
needed. This Is built around the Wal
klkl side of tho dam and rock fill.
Tho main lusln which will have In
It about thlity-livu million gallons of
water, wilt bo drained by two centrlf
ugal pumps each capable of shooting
tlvo cubic feet of water per secouj
up tho hill 1.10 feet, where the pros
biiro will bo continued by two mor
pumps that will forco tho water ulons
thu hill on practically tho same lev-.n
as tho sluice pipes. Through a four-
Inch hydraulic nozzle, and rorced b.v
thu power of the strong pumps the
water will shoot out ugnlnst tho Mile
of tho mountain, washing it out and nt
tho same time earning the mud te
.uilt down In tho slulco ditches to 1111
thu dam. .Marstou Campbell slated
osteicuiy that there was no doubt but
that tho contractor would liavo every
thing leudy Inside tlio time limit.
Theie Is one notable fact connected
with thu work on the dam under the
new contract, and that Is that with
thu exception of the contractor alone,
thero is not a single man working
who wan einplojed before . Complclo
harmony exists between the contract
or and tho Superintendent, and every
thing seems to point to a successful
completion of tho work within tho re
quired time. Although thu dam glvo-i
tlio appearanco of having a great do'il
ot work done on It, It was stntcd yes
tciduy that every thing so far dono was
merely preliminary to tho teal work.
U Is an Imnienso plecu of work. A
erltablo lake will cover tho green
valley tor almost n mllo across mid
back up towards tho Pall a long dl'i
tuncn. It was oven suggested jester,
day Hint tho Pall bo itig out u llltlo
so that the back water from tho dnm
could How Into tho proposed phre
apple, lauds In Knneohe. Hut tho sug
geslcr wns promptly cquelched.
KM Mftfl "
JL JUL I. VLs
THIS is a new Department opened by J. HOPP & CO., the largest furniture
house in the islands. In their "LITTLE-AT-A-TIME" Department this
well-known furniture house has made arrangements whereby almost
anyone of reliable habits can furnish one item for a house or all the items
needed to furnish a house or cottage complete by making a small advance
payment and then making many small weekly or monthly payments it is
the same idea and system which has assisted many householders in securing
from the jewelers their silver services. The only difference is that in the
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jewelry clubs one does not get the articles until a large number of payments
have been mad?, and in the case of J. HOPP & CO. they permit one to have
immediate delivery of the furniture and then to make their 'Little-At-A-Time"
payments while they are enjoying the use of it. Why not have your home
well famished at once and enjoy the use of the goods during the tune one
ordinarily has to wait until one can save the money to furnish a house? Other
people have their homes well furnished on this basis, why cannot you?
J. HOPP & CO. have a large portion of the massive LEWERS & COOKE BUILDING, on King St ,
filled with furniture which they offer to you on this basis. Such libcr.il accommodation as this costs the
customer only a little more than it would were he to buy the goods for cash. Diop into the J. HOPP & CO.
store and enquire into the details of this offer.
FURNITURE on the " LITTLE - AT - A - TIME " BASIS
Dllt IF 15.
Shipping and Commission Merchant
FIRE AND MARINE
Arthur Sewall & Co., Bath, Maine
Parrott & Co., San Francisco
Aachen and Munich Fire Insurance Co.
Mannheim Insurance Co.
It has heeii frniitenlly nuked liy rei
Idcnts of Honolulu why nn nrgaulzi
tloti Ik nut furim t fur thu purpose of
eiicout aging til.- noil-know n plnyci-u
of tho iiiuliilnml o romo here ami pl.i
engage-moms ai tin- Hawaiian Opcr.i
House. There I- .uch nn orgnnl.tail.in
nlremly estahllhlieil ntul thilns oul
iickb, lis the eiiKtiKement of KnhelU
will hear wltnc Tho main itliriciiliy
bceiiifi lo he lack of financial mippoit,
or rather that lin heen thu ililllcnlly In
the paut, for. lie It inulerHtooil, kiu'Ii
nrtlnts nti Mamie Ailanis whotu nniiiu
hau hceu iiicmloneil especially, do not
eonio heio extepi miller n Knarantee
Ann tho Ktiatanteo must hu I .in:".
When Manager Ailanm plnyeil tier
nrily heio a jear or two ni?o, ho was
ohllced to Kite a largo Knarantee, mid
the mipioil kImii hy thu Honolulu
public wih not Hiitllelent to pa) thu ex
peiiHCB. Since the xiiKKtHllon al)oo hau hem
TOleed hy the prop! anil cxprenbed in
the newrpapeiM, .Manager AilaniH (!
cliled to try Kuhelllc on them, mid 11
thu mippoit 1 liberal It will hu tl.ci
btraw that will Imllcate tho direction
of tlio wind for the future In older
to Beruro hi i.ri-tcncu for u fahiKle
concert, Mr. Adamn wan utilised to
guarantee two and n half tlmeii iih
much us he Kiiniuntecii tieraruy. The
prlco of ailnilbHlun to tho concert ui
un hy him wir. $- The hlKhest rhau'e
to hear Kulu'llk l $3, certainly not in
tatlo with tie- amount of thu Kuarnii
lee. Hut Kul). Ilk lit a ttrejter pel
former than Uti.u.iy, mid n nuniher of
pcrsonH hate slRiilllcd their Intention
of heai Iiir Ii I in li) huyliiK tlcketb.
Thosu who loe iiiutlo nru giippurtlnrf
the cntcrprUe hut It seems that there
me wealth) i ople hero who do not
love music we'l iiioiibIi to pay mole
than a dollar for a seat. That kind of
encouragement to tho nnn who Is
wllllny to take n ihanco nml Kuaran
tee a large sum Ik not the kind that
will hrhiK other isreat artists to Ho
nolulu. If Mr Adams can mako his
expenses out of this engagement of
Kubollk, he will feel encouraged to
guarantee amounts for other attrac
tions, not otheiwhe. The opportun
ity for the public to olfer encourage
ment Is open nt Wall, Nichols Co.,
As slated 111 yesterda's papers.
Mrs. Makall's recital Is to he glw.i
two diijs prior to the date provlouMv
announced, which date has been bit
for tin. flrril li(.-fiirtn!illf-i of "Tin- M:l.
put " I
It seemed advisable to make this
change In the date of the recltnl an
ko mau: people had purchased tickets
for both affairs.
Tho recital will therefore he Tues
day eenlug, April 2S, l'.xis. In the Al
exander Young Hotel ballroom.
HEADING OF JOB
A Dramatlu Heading of Job wns
glxen under thu auspices of the 0ol
legu Chili yesterday In tho milted l.i
mils of the Marx and llilnckeihorf
hoiibes nt the heach. A large audience
was prevent anil the players wore in
costume. Tho character of Job waH
taken hy James Wilder. Follow lm; Is
thu dinmntle analysis mid the cist:
Job and his messengeis.
Job nml hln wife.
Job and hlj friends.
The tlneo cycle of speeches.
The speech of Hllhii.
The voice of the Lord In Undlcalhn
Job Mr. Jnmes Wilder
His Wife Miss Susan Clai k
Kllplmz ... Mrs. Augustus Knudbin
lllldad Mrs. Wilbur MacNell
Zophar Miss Mabel Deans
The Young Man.
nihil Miss Anna Tucker
Miss Charlotto Dodgo, Mrs. W. It.
Kurrlugton, Mis. ttraco Howullu,
Mrs. Hlchard I vers.
Header Miss Antoinette Kostr
There's No Chance
of its becoming nffectid in mty wny from the time it is
milked from the cow til you open the can in your kitchen.
Every process it undergoes is thoroughly hygienic, ev
erything that touches it is sterilized
IS ABSOLUTELY PORE.
You can't afford to use another kind of mill:,
coffee and nil other uses of rich milk.
Ask your grocer for it. ,
H. HACKFELD & CO., LTD.,
tm Vn ul for evr HIX7V
WARS b? UltWOtJa ot JLitHtn
(orthuU-CIIILUUim sklluTULrl X.
J 1KO, whl perfect Nlaous. IT 3S
DUU1II1IU LKE L.HI1J1. fTVJ 1 II .1 D J
M "r?,2.uriAKtI? .P.!?. If
pi UitroncdrfarWA!lUIliU.. ScU
wxuui la ctctv rwrt U llio
04 mirs ana mk for Kit.
C3 Wkulaw'ootUirllTpnllxlra fe'
n3 t ctttr kind. 38 VosU a Btttto. aj
Dr. W W. D.illey, i)Kcl CO years,
nno of tho wealthiest citizens of
Southern Indiana, was 'found dead In
his homo at Selvln, Iud hugging n
"strong box" containing his fortune.
JIo did nut helleo In banks.
SEA ISLAND COTTON
Honolulu. Hawaii, Apr. 21, 1908.
' Ildltor i: v o n 1 n g II u 1 1 o 1 1 n :
Wo hnvo a quantity of Son Island cot
ton seed for distribution to appli
cants. JARKD O. SMITH.
ftn Ql&and WeiHrtad Rsntttfy
Of All Kinds And Descriptiqns At
SEE OUR DISPLAY.
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