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KVHNINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. It., WnDNHSDAY, AUG. 12, 1908
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ART DRAPERY FABRICS
Striking new patterns, this sea-ion's importation. A department
equally strong in quality and quantity, with the added attraction of un
usually low prices.
White Curtain Swiss
New designs, in stripe effects, at
15 a yard.
White Curtain Swiss
In polka dots and fancy figures,
6 yards for $1.00.
White Curtain Madras
Sheer and pretty, new patterns,
25 and 30 a yard.
Polka Dot Scrims
large and small dots, in red, blue,
and green, 25 a yard.
STYLISH BATHING SUITS
FOR MEN, WOMEN, AND CHILDREN.
Tasteful and Exclusive Styles.
There arc many reasons why you should have a bathing suit of your
own. We have just opened a new stock, among which are samples of
LADIES' SWELL BATHING SUITS,
just one of a kind. Ladies' Bathing Suits made of Alpaca, nicely trim
med, from $3.75 up.
MISSES' BATHING SUITS
Made of Alpaca, from $2.75 upwards.
MEN'S BATHING SUITS, from $1.25 upwards.
SWIMMING TRUNKS, 15.
RUBBER BATHING CAPS, the kind that wear, 50.
BATHING SLIPPERS, 35f .
WATER WINDS, 25.
SEE OUR WINDOW DISPLAY. ;
N. S. Sachs Dry
Corner Fort and
V rifiiS FOR , SALE W
BO" ALL FIRST CLASS GROCERS
MtRIO IN m
'" fvjonterey Packing (g
V F.E.DOOTH. SouAuia S
Tempt the maid by their attractive form and consum
ing flavor. The matron by the evidence of purity that is
supplied by the maker. GUNTHER has made sweets for
two generations, and he knows how. Our stock arrived
The Palm Cafe
To Plantation Stores
Owing to larger factoiy facilities, can offer every fruit
and berry preserve at the lowest prices in the Islands.
FRESH SEASON'S CHUTNEY, POHA AND GUAVA
JELLY NOW ON HAND.
Weekly Bulletin 61 Per Year
Striped Snow Flake
red, blue, und green striped, 20
Swiss Curtain Madras
Pink and Nile green, figured, very
dainty, 20 a yard.
New Drapery Silkolines
The finest quality and the choicest
designs, dainty colorings, lap a yd'
Goods Co., Ltd.
HOTEL ST. NEAR FORT.
One Of The Results Of
Local Campaign Of
ALLEGED GARFIELD INTERVIEW
But Shows That the Advertiser Plan
oi uesiroying iveryining was
Found Followers in
Tho Pendleton (Oregon) Tribune of
recent dato nubllshes an ullered In
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condition-. In Hawaii. The IntcrMow
is of n character to Indlcito that tho
Pendleton Tribune h.i Rot hold ot
homo of tho articles published by the
Adtcrtlscr in Its 'so called "small
farm" campaign which has amounted
to a wholesale condemnation ami nils-
tcprcscntntlon of thu sugar lnduntiy
and what the more liberal leaders or
that Industry are strMng to bring
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h uttcd tho s ments exn're . '
Lecauo ho was ery direct In his
Comment 'durhVg hs's.ay ,, "!:ii'rord!na1r':,:ondi;!ls,,r;
landH. and iiellliir In prlvnto comer- a'n" ,m ?Lnl J ,,',! llTl'1
satlon nor public addresses did Imi,1'11." "''I""t '',,'7, ",
Jillontn tbn niillpr or ill strilcttoil l"sPal of tl118 Kancn which It could
which io s re resciited m 2 n,ul 8llo"U1 bo ll '" "mv ,U! 3"nl"1,lB
In h, Trlbnm'nXl.. n,,"uu8tiiff place, tho last drop in fall of tl.
In thu Trlhunu article.
Tho nrtlclo of tho Trlbuno follows: j
Hawaii, thu laud of dreams and tho ,
ugir trust, tno lauu oi leuuni pai'
lonagb with old ciouu estates env
bracing as high a. 1 (.0,000 acas of thu
. Ichcst and most productUo bind in
nu worm; Hawaii, tlio lanu m cneap
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ill white men, is to becomo tho Mecca
if thu Amerlciii homchcckcr, thu par-
idlso of tho whlto man of the futuro
,f tho plans of Sccretnry ot thu In-
tcrlor Garfield prcno feasible and Con-
"lAT,,"0.1 SUl n"y M,","jllnR
Dlocks In his way
All this will ciiino about as tho re-1
-ult of tho Stcrttary's lblt to tl.psu
'iichnutcd Islands ot tho Pacific, fiom
Milch ho lias Jit-it returned. Tho Hcc -
etnry. In discussing tno proposition
yosterday was er) enthusiastic about
ho possibilities of tho Inlands at thu
lino when tho American should come
nto control ot tlio rich soli and should
ipply to it tho sjstcm, woik and In
tlllgcnco which has mado this coun
try mi great in agrlciiltiiro und nianu-l
The plan which thu Secretary is
wirklng on now, and which ho wmked
in during ills visit to tho islands, in
o break up tho Iminetiso land hold
ugs, peaceably or otherwise, put In
Irrigation, start tho fruit industry, cof
eo plantations, diversified farming In
.licit a wny that it will appeal to thu
Vmcrlcans, shut out thu Asiatic labor
ind entirely change tho condition of
iffalrs which has pre ailed for so long
time that now a fow men prac t
Ically control tho land of tho Islands
ind by Importation of choap labor ef
(.dually shut out thu American.
Mr. Garfield already has n small
project under wny, which ho started
in his IbU there, mid tioni this ho
-ixpcctH to build up thu great Hjstcm
ind ciown his work with American
.upnmacy In tho islands.
When In Honolulu ho brought many1
it tho big land owneis together In a
ronferenco nt which thesu plans werq
put forth by tho Sccretnry, and they
cro asked to aid lilm in tho work.
Tlio trustco ot tho great Carter estate,
ho largest on tho island, agreed and
nit many ucrcs of this estnto at tho
llsposal of tho American homesceker,
ho truo diversified farmer. That tho
ountry will grow fruit, and excellent
fruit nt certain altitudes, has been
lemoiistrated but novcr practiced. All
ho land, tho Immense nnd aluablo
teres held by tho ettate, lias always
Iccn pressed into tho raising of sugar
:ano and sugar beets. Tho ownorB
enerally refused to consider any oth
r crop. With tho cheap Asiatic labor
ind tho big u.rcugu they could uiaku
inch pioflts nt this business that nulli
ng else would Interest them.
So tho Secretary found tho cheap
abor nuestlon tho kejnoto to tho sit
latlon. With this eliminated tlio
transformation of tho sugar fields Into
coffeo plantations fruit farms, rlco
r.irniH. nml thu growing of many other
cereals and fruits would bu but a
question uf llmo nnd thu pioper In
ducement offered by thu gotornment.
As It now stands tho whlto laborer Is
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is effectually snui oui irom mo nn-
wallan Islnnds us If llicro wero a high
protection tariff duty to bo paid on
The Mew No. 3
is tho old reliable Bull's-Eye with the new rectangle shape
The simplicity ot its operation makes it the beet (or be
ginners. No focusing, no setting of shutter. It's always
ready for business
It is available for nearly every class of work.
Ask to see it at the
Honolulu Photo Supply Co:
" EVERYTHING PHOTOGRAPHIC "
lilm. Up enn not compete with tlio
AKlutlc Inhnr which in tifoil In thu
workliiR of Hicbp bl pRtatea, ntHt ton
nequcntly tliu Islands limp Income n
diitnpliiR crounil for the rtfuno human
Ity of tlitj Orient and thorp I no prni
ptct of tholr upr Iracmnlng mi) thing
l'Ifc until tlio old rostinu nml order c(
tlilnRH In destrojed.
Hut how to do tills Is the IiIr (men
tion with which tho Sicrotary Is now
wrestling While ho Old not dlsciios
Iho question of restriction of Ablatio
labor to any sreat extent jot he left
the Impression Hint It would hao to
be stopped In sonic iiia.iiiir TIiphp
laborers makci no hniues nor N.ihmblu
ltnproemcntH on the lint The oper
ators of many of the bis holders ate
tenters mid work It for what they can
Ret out of It. And this has brought
about the condition which makes
homeless plains of tho millions of
acres of Rood home lands
Iho old estates, of which tho Carter
,ll(.' iarKest. aro the results of 'the
prnntlng or lands to indiMdtiais by the
itrown. Alwnjs, the Sicrctary snld,
when n grant was made Iho Rift was
(designated by ko ninny miles along the
lro and extending back by p.rallcl
boundaries to tho top of the mountain.
The result was that eiu.li grnnteo got
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' of "' 37."fh '?" ' ,fc- ,A".'
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tho result that nothing was left for
tho homeecckcr. To clitngu this con
dltlon, break up or dlWdo this IiIr
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American families cm thun is tho ob
jict or img Bccruiuri.
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uiitinnia nrv airnni'iv
to him It
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cheap, Asiatic launr maruet
PHONOGRAPH WAR CALLS
FOR POLICE INTERFERENCE
ST. LQUIS. Mo , .lnlj 2',. A mcr-
,,. widows' "jihnuogiapli war" nt
r091 Delmar teulnard. between oc
Liipants of uppor and tower flatB, has
glNcn Abslstnnt. Chief (llllaspy and
his policemen truo bus nlRhti and
tilu neighbors InJlnllc atnuscment.
And tho end is not et
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JIrs- '"ll Il"a,1('- mlMlc-aRcd
I widow, Ihcs In tho upper Hat. Mrs.
'Elizabeth Low Is Mi Arthur, a cornel),
ttcii.lo.j0 widow, occunlis tho lowc.
one. Mrs McArtbur has a grapho
phone nml u man aller 1 he police
.ay his name Is "Dill I). pes."
Tho McArthur parlor has been the
iceno of numerous nightly tmislcales
In which tho grniihophono was sup
plemented by ornl iiuinhers of a man
taller and a girl friend of Mrs. Mc
Arthur. Tho "uppcr-tlatter.1" grow n-wcarj
of the concerts. Audiblo dlsappnnol
wns shown. Tlio "lowcr-IIntters"
paid no attention. Tho break In
strained relations enmo n Bhort time
ngo. A manly birltono was trolling
"You're ns Pretty as a Plcturo and
as Sweet as You Can He," with graph
ophone setting, when Mrs. Iluanc np
nenrcd at her front window. She wns
"If that noise don't quit. I'll call
tho police!" the shouted. Hang'
went her window. Tho chief ills
Ipntchcd n policeman, but things were
(inlet when he got to tho lint
Tho next day a man telephoned tr
Mrs. Ilitanc. Ho said ho-was the
chief of police and wnrnod her tc
quit nnnojlng Mrs. McArthur. Mrs
Kuane snjs she thinks Bho knows the
nan's olce. It didn't belong to the
Tlio concert wns renewed I'rldas
night. More police aid and more of
llcors dispatched to the sccno ot hos
Then n man telephoned tho chief
and complained tiiat tho bluccoaU
wcro nnnojlng Mrs. McArthur. Hi
naid his name was Drees. Couldn't
thoy bo stopped? ho nsked.
Tho chief hardly had settled t(
work when n woman called up
"Pleaso cento sending patrolmen t(
this Hat," she said. 4'l won't talk tr
nnjono but n sergeant." Tho police
wcro called off.
Tho Cunard liner Coronln, whirl
sailed from Nuw York took Miss Katb
crlno l.elth as thlp stcnogrnphcr, an
other lines nro considering emnlovlni
wnra b uhmmuuib iu iiiiic-ib,
y BULLETIN AD8 PAY FJC
J. M. LEVY & CO.
The Wall Beautifier
Old, dingy walls are made
bright, fresh, and beautiful by
the application of this supe
It is .the superior of all oth
ers in every way. It is abso
lutely nonpoisonous, covers
well, spreads easily, nnd is
ready for instant use upon be
ing mhed with cold water.
Call and sec us about it.
Lewcrs & CooRc
177 S. Kfag St. Phone 775.
There Is No Place
For the tired brain
worker so benefi
cial as HALEIWA.
it. Clair Bidgood, Mgr.
A FEW HUNDRED DOLLARS will
scurc a Rooming House with 22
'ooms, all furnished and convenient
j situated. Gas, Electric Light, Hot
nd Cold Water. Licht Housekeep
ng or Single.
OWNER SAYS: SELL!
WILL YOU SECURE THIS BAR
JAIN? P. E. R. Strauch
74 S. KING ST.
HOLIDAY and WORKING
Strong and Reliable at Reasonable
L AYAU SHOE CO.,
.005 NUUANU ST. NEAR KINO ST.
J. Santos, Manager
UNION STREET near HOTEL
The Popular Beverage, Bottled by
HAWAIIAN SODA WORKS,
NEW ASSORTMENT OF
Either With or Without Frames.
ACJFIC PICTURE FRAMING C0M
y "For Bent'' cards on sale a
Have you seen its marvelous
effects at the Orpheuiu ?
What is it? We know. We
sell it. Ask the man at the
eounter or 'phone.
A Treat You
Feet --- A
A fashionable meddling of the narrow toe and shaping
of the vamp which mak the leading custom stvlc for 1908.
The soft, smooth uppers are made of Rcal King Colt
leather, the fatoritc of swell dressers. The fitting qualities
of the arch will appeal to ou.
The sole edge is mide with the narrow extension on the
inside, but is wider on the outside, thus preventing ocr
treading a fault found quite oitcn, even in more expen
Regal Oxfords hup the heel so that they never slip.
PRIOE 33.50 nnd $4 00. ' t
CUSTOM SPECIALS, Bench Made. 5.00.
" j Have Your Old Shoes Repaired.
REGAL SHOE STORE,
We are Leaders
There are more flavors served nt our soda water coun
ter than at any other. The purity of the water and the
superior.method of making and serving make us leaders.
A fine course for a dinner, especially on Sunday, Or
der one today for delivery Saturday.
METROPOLITAN MEAT CO, Limited
It's as good
CONSOLIDATED SODA WORKS CO., LTD
G.'slTEITHEAD Manager. TELEPHONE 71,
..King and Bethel Streets
as it's new
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