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. EVEMNO BULLETIN. HONOLULU, T. H FRIDAY, MAY 8, 1008
SPECIAL SALE of
Ladies9 Beltsand Bags
White Silk Tailored Belts
40c BELTS ....15
50c " ....25
60c " ....25
SOME PLAIN' SOME EMBROIDERED.
20c and 25c BELTS 15 50o BELTS 25
30c and 35c " 20i COo and 65c BELTS 355
TAILORED EFFECTS. AND OTHER STYLES.
40c BELTS ....25c I 90c... BELTS . ...GO
65c. ..., " ....35 $1.00.... " ....65
75o " ....50 $1.25.... " ....750
Colored Silk Belts
Stylish Tailored Effects and Other Stylet.
60c BELTS ...,20 $1.00.... BELTS
Black and Colored
A VARIETY OF STYLES.
20c...BELTS ...,10J I 75c... BELTS ....40
25o " ....15 I 80c... " ..,..50
50o " 25 I $1.00 ..." ....65
$1.50 BELTS WITH BAG ATTACHED 90
Leather Hand Bags'
different shapes, ALL AT
In all styles, all colors, and
- 90c "
SOME SLIGHTLY IMPERFECT.
....35i I $2.00 BAGS
....50 I $2.50.,-... "
Immigration Defeat i
KOItor E v e n 1 n k II u 1 1 0 1 1 n : Tho detent of tho Hn
wall Immigration bill on Wednesday was a double, disappoint
ment. Tho bill was brought up 'for consideration by tho com
mlttccman In charge without ,my being given nny notlco or op
portunity to canvass the House In Its favor, and nt a time when
Col. Hepburn was confined to his homo by Illness. I would not
in fact have advised having tho bill considered nt this lato
stage of tho Session, Just beforo members must go homo to
faco tho labor vote. More than n score of members have told mo
since Wednesday that whllo they believed tho bill was all right
they did not daro to voto for It Just on tho cvo of n hard cam
paign. Tho tono of the debato nnd tho henvy opposing voto
show very clearly that It was the labor Influcnco that defeated
Delegate to Congress.
Washington, April 27, '08.
TO BRING LABORERS
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said, tills morning. "I shall bo
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formation on tho subject. This was
tcr able to talk when I havo bccnUhown In tho testimony of I.uahlwa,
tioro a fow days. This Is my first trip according to tho notes of Attorney
to the Hawaiian Islands. fPc,c,r 'ul 1,,lCol"'t. 8,;,lt""-aphcr.
., have been for severa! years put n & .1
In Europe, nnd have been Just now amounts to Kawnmntn Kltnro. tho In
on a trip through Greece, Constant!- former, for all of tho cotes, in tho
nople, llulgarla, and tho Daltlc ro- Circuit Court ho stated that thcro had
glon. I shall bo hero somo tlmo. been paid out by tho County In tho
though I shall later return to tho neighborhood of $70 for all tho cases.
United' States In connection with ,whcn nuesUonud concerning tho dls
thin wnrk crcpancy In his statements, ho said
.! ... . . .... .. I that ho had no right to tell about tho
uiuu 1 Bi m, ueur.nKs i sunn t70i Although his testimony here
noi kiiow a great ueni auoui 11. was ovaslvo nnd hedging. It bordered
in irying'iu scnu a cauicgrnm qui ,vcry ciosc on mo aarK lino ot per
from Oreecc, a rather amusing Jury. ;
scene was caused. Tho operator ' Other testimony Introduced that
looked at mo ns if I wanted to cahlo .tond8to show that graft docs exist Is
to a cannibal island."
Mr. Trenor Is in tho service, Just
now, of tho Territorial Immigration
N. S. Sachs Dry Goods Co., Ltd.,
IT' THE STORE WITH THE MONEY-BACK POLICY 1
Clarence W. Macfarlane
In the Magoon Block
Honolulu Construction and Graying Co.,
PHONE, OFFICE 281. P. 0. BOX 154.
Fort St., 0pp. W. G. Irwin & Co., Ltd.
We do all kinds of Teaming; also deal in Crushed Rock, White and
Black Sand, Broken Coral, Garden Soil, Etc. SAFE MOVING A SPECIALTY.
Hoard. Ho Is staying at tho Young
The object of securing Mr. Trenor
for this work Is.'of course, partly to
solve the labor problems of tho Ha
waiian Islands, by securing families
from Europe, Blnco so much Ori
ental labor Is barred. Italians,
Greeks, Americans may bo turned to
ward the plantations here, to work
for wages and establish homes.
TO SPEND $12,000.
If all tho members, forty of them. I
of the American Relief Fund Society, jto tho receipts fpr money
will get together at a meeting to bo
called In the near future, something
llko 112,000 can be wisely disposed
A. J. Cartwrlght was tho organizer
of tho Society during tho monarchy.
Tho object of It was to secure funds
to help Indigent nnd luckless Amer
icans In this then foreign land.
At tho meeting of tho Society last
Wednesday only four attended. It
was decided thon that tho funds
should bo used for chnrltablo pur
poses. Ilruco Cartwrlght was ap
pointed 11 commlttco to arouso tho In
terest of tho members to attend tho
ns follows: I.uahlwa testified that
Kltnro received 170 for these cases;
for these Kltnro gavo receipts to Ian
kca. I.uahlwa testified that In addi
tion to this, these prosecutions cost
aoout 140, making nn aggrcgato total
or Jlio, Whero did It all go?
Two of tho payments of Slo of the
170, according to tho receipts (Tcr
rnory vs. koiicku ami Territory vs.
Oshlma Toml) wcro for convictions
whereas tho defendants wore not con
vlctcd, but demanded a Jury nnd
waived examination and wcro bound
over to tho Grand Jury, and tho Cir
Hoso Peter, another officer, test!.
fled that out of tho sum of (0.95, which
no received irom tuc county, S3 wag
tor money owed him by Kltaro.
During January, Luahlwa, according
on nio In
BACK FROM JAPAN
Financial Condition the Cause
of Their Return to the
'Some of tho successful white mer
chants who have been In Japan for
many years arc reluming to tho Unit
ed States on tho Siberia," 'said T. Ogl
no, a Japanese broker and n through
passenger tm tho liner, which arrived
from Japan today. "They aro return
ing to tho States because there is
nothing doln3 In Japan. Tho money
is tight there and tho merchants arc
feeling tho effect of it. Tho trouble
originated from tho fact that no
monoy wits obtained from Itussla af
ter sho was whipped by Japan In the
recent war. Of cotirso certain cor
porations aro strong flnauclally but
the majority of the rest aro hard up.''
Oglno passed through hero on tho
Korea, bound to Japan, Ho Is going
back to Chicago to wind up ono ol
tho biggest silk tiunsactlons that he
over undortnok, returning to Japan In
n fow months.
II. Hekkoy, ono of tho directors of
tho Yokohamn Spcclo Dank, with main
office nt Yokohnma, is expected to lie
hero In tho near future. Ho Is at
present In Now York, having arrived
two months ago. Ho left Japan last
October by way of tho Siberian rail
way, on nn Inspection tour of nil the
brnnch offices of tho Speclo bank
Manager Akal of tho local branch
said that Director Dckkcy Is ono o(
tho oldest members of tho Spcclo
Dank, having been ono of tho promot
ers. It Is expected that Mr. Uekkcy
will stop over here for a fow days, re
suming his homeward-bound trip on
tho following steamer from San Fran
cisco. During his trip around the
world, Mr. Dokkcy established new
branch offices In somo places, where
he secured mora customers. Asldu
from his business trip, Mr. Uekkcy
studied tho financial condition of the
dOOD H. FOR
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS,
Entered for Record May 7, 1906,
from 10:30 a. m. to 4 p. m.
Hutchinson Sugar Pltn Co to Knno
A M Merrill Tr to Charles 13 Frush-
Charles E. Frashcr and wf to Frank
E. Clark .. M
Geo II Stephenson and wf to Lahal-
na Agrctl Co Ltd , 11
Oahu Collcgo by Trs to Harried
Houses For Rent
$10.-2 bedr., Liliha St.
$10.-2 bedr., Kuakini.St.
ETC., ETC., ETC.
$8. Store on Emma St., between 2
schools. Splendid Opening for a
man and wife.
P. E. R. Strauch
748. KING ST.
J. A. GILMAN
Shipping and ComndssHm Merchant
FIRB AND MARINE
Arthur Sewall & Co., Bath, Maine
Parrott & Co., San Francisco
Aachen and Munich Fire Insurance Co.
Mannheim Insurance Co.
tho Auditor's pfflce. received for liq
uor cases tho sum of 145. Ono of the
expenditures' Is for Informer's fees
for which no receipts nro taken.
Kltnro testified that ho received $20
for foes, while Uinhlwa says that the
Informer was paid about $70.
Sheriff Iaukca stated this morning
that ho had Investigated tho matter
and that ho had not found any evi
dence of irregularity. Kltaro had ad
mitted to him that ho had received
$60, though n small part of tho money
had been given to his wlfo at tho In
stance of Hoso Peter, ono of tho of
ficers who appears to bo a brother-in-law
of Kltaro. Tho records showed
that In tho six cases In question con
victions had been nhtalned In three,
whllo In tho three others tho defend
ants had been committed to tho Cir
In this connection tho Sheriff statc-1
that tho rulo that Informers wcro to
bo paid fees only In cases In which
convictions were obtained, was a vory
old ono, nnd hu had followed It when
ho took office, although hi titu not hc-
llovo It to bo r good ono. Tho trou
ble with it was that tho cases of the
prosecution were always weakened
when It could bo shown that It would
bo to tho informer's advantage! to give
testimony which would Icittl to a con
viction. Tho Sheriff therefore intend
ed to chango tho rule so that hereaf
ter informers would bo iaM for their
work Irrespective of whuthcr they ob
tained convictions or not.
Genial Steward Thurlow of tho Ala
niada was rejoiced to find upon reach
ing Honolulu that tho report of short
ago In local market was unfounded,
nnd that he will bo able to glvo pas
sengers on tho return trip all tho Tan
san that they wish.
Tho Call has n story that Miss
Mary Huff returned to San Francisco
after having fallen overboard in tho
Honolulu harbor from tho steamer
Korea. It sayH sho felt from the
gangway us sho wns boarding u
launch at tho steamer's Bide, and
Chief Engineer Tom Sawdon rescued
her. As the Korea conic to tho
dock In this harbor and Miss Huff
did not fall overboard here, tho story
reads well after It Is fixed.
GET SATURDAY BULLETIN
LEAGUE BASEBALL EXTRA.
Back up this movement to Improve
the streets and sidewalks.
Charles C. MaeClevorty, manager
of tho marine branch of tho Standard
Oil company at San Francisco, Is mis
sing. Ho left Frisco a mouth ago to
visit tho fleet nt Magdaloun bay and
has not slnco been hoard from.
At noon today the officers ot tho
Ura'zlllan trnlnlng-shlp Henjamln
Constant, which Is lying nt tho r
val wharf, entertained the officers of
tho Chilean training ship General
llaqucdano, which Is In tho next slip,
nt breakfast an International break
fast, ,Nono but tho men from the
two sides of South America wcro
present. The affair was hold In the
atato cabin, tho band playing sweet'
airs on tho poop whllo tho men feast
ed, and tho wines of the south flowod
Tho affair was fairly quiet, and
tastily arranged. The toasts, nnd po
lite speeches lasted for nllong time,
and tho breakfast ran well Into the
.Tho Ilaqucduno stayed over two
days in (his port In order that tho
officers plight accept, the Invitation
tn breakfast on tho .Brazilian, i
Furnished rcsldonco nt Walklkl; the
A. Qartenberg resldenco on the
seasldo In Kuplolnn! Park, to rent
for 3 months; fully furnished,
ning up phono 83G, or apply at
premises, 2G8G Kalakauu Ave,
but not the
a Gas Stove.
Make Your Bread Taste Better
by adding a little good Apple Butter! It makes you for
give indifferent bread, while good bread and good apple
butter make an irresistible combination. Wc do not. hesi
tate to recommend the kind wc sell, for it is
HEINZ APPLE BUTTER
We autiiorize your grocer to refund your money if you
do not like it, but no one has ever asked us to make that
guaranty good. Wc sell a great deal of it, too.
H. HACKFELD & CO.. LTD.,
What You Eat
is a rather important item,
fresh, appetizing. Our
Everything we serve is pure,
cannot be equalled in town, and our
is delicious. You're satisfied with everything at the
THERE'S as much difference between the ?
mafc of one Soda Water and another
as there is in whiskey. Some of it is
like tap water. What we make has ;
"Snap and Ginger" to it. Isn't that
a good reason for you to call for ours? j
CONSOLIDATED SODA WORKS CO., LTD.
Premo Film Packs
Photo Supply Co.,
" Everything Photographic
IMPORTED AND ISLAND.
Call Early and Oet Your Pick.
1 This Is Oniv out of Those1
i BEAUTUUL WAT0KM
we an offtriic at
$1.00 P E Rf W 1 E K
j. A. R. Yieira & Co
l 113 H0TBL ST., HOBOLUXTJ.!
Ask Your Grocer
HONOLULU 80AP WORKS CO., Ltd.
FRED. L. WALDR0N, Agt.
134 Beretania near Fort St.
and cloth of A-l quality on be put-
P. 0. Box 981. Telephone 93 L
B. MIYATA & CO.,
CONTRACTORS. BUILDERS, PAIN
TERS, PAPER HANQERS and
Second Hand Lumber, Soon and
Sashes 'Boueht ani Sold.
Kim ST., PALAMA JUNCTIUN.
Thoroughbred Airedale Terrier (Im
ported). To bo seen at the Veteri
nary Infirmary of
A. R. Rowat, D.V.S.
Wing Wo Tai & Co.
941 NUUANU ST
BULLETIN ADS. PAY
Honolulu hi well glnd the repu
tation of being a cloan elty. The nly
way we oan maintain tame li by keep
Ing at work.