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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, August 19, 1908, 3:30 EDITION, Page 3, Image 3',
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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. II., WEDNESDAY. AUG, 19, 1908.
Attractive in Style and Price
Nothing ndds more to the appearance of a room than pretty lace
curtains. Here arc some extra cool values scheduled for next week:
AT SI .00 A FAIR Nottingham Lace Curtains, 3 yards long.
AT $1.25 AND 81.35 A FAIR Nottingham Curtains, extra
wide and 3Vi yards long. A variety of patterns to select from.
AT 81.50 AND 81.75 A FAIR Extra good quality Notting
ham Curtains, new designs, 3'2 yards long, and extra wide.
1AMBREQUIM IACE CURTAINS , t
Finished top and bottom, extra long and wide, at 81.50 each.
ARABIAN LACE CURTAINS
Extra heavy, pretty Cluney effects, 3y2 yards long, 83.25 a pair.
ECRU NET CURTAINS
Trimmed with Battcnberg Insertion, edge and medallions, full size,
at 85.50 a pair.
SONNE FEMME CURTAINS
Only one for a window in Ecru and white, handsome designs, with
flounce, 83.75 84.00 and $5.00 each.
BED-ROOM CURTAINS "
Dotted Swiss, hemstitched border, large and small dots, all rtady for
use, 8150 a pair.
Tassel ends, cross stripes, red aud blue, at 81.25 a pair.
Japanese Is All Ready
No Citizen For Fleet
The NEMO SYSTEM provides models that build up a slim figure and
reduce a stout one. No matter what corset you have worn, you'll find an
advantage in the NEMO SYSTEM. We have the latest models. Sold at
New York Catalogue Prices:
STYLE 200 Incurve waist for medium figures. Price, 82.00.
STYLE 274 For short medium' figures. Price 82.75.
STYLE 318 For short-waisted stout woman. Price 83.00.
STYLE 301 Military Belt for medium figures. Price 83.00.
STYLE 312 For long-waisted stout women. Price 83.00.
STYLE 314 For short-waisted stout women, short under arms, long
below waist line. Price 83.00.
STYLE 351 Back-resting corset, for medium and slender figures.
Mannkeclil Buaukl, (he Jnp.iuuM!
who would lio a clltzcn or (lie United
States, was Hiln morning turned down
tiy Clerk Murphy In his application for
nnturnllzntloii parte. CaliloK who
pent yesterday afternoon on iho mat
ter, and It Is Inferred Mint these
brought back tho order not to grunt
the naturalization. However that may
be, tho local officials nro puzzling over
tho question an to how the hoii or
Nippon eer wiih allowed to tnko out
his declaration of Intention paperH In
New York. It has been found out that
these papers, which he phoned as ev
idence, wvro genuine, nnd the only ex
planation that can 1m given Is that
they wero made out by soma under-
clerk who did not realize what ho was
Tho latest development In the
wholo case is tho fact that tho Jap
anese, when ho asked for Ills natuial
Izatlon papers, stated that ho wished
to get work at I'nulo.i, at Pearl Har
bor, whore tho Federal work Is going
on. In order that ho would not bo
turned down in his application for n
Job becauso of his non-cltlrcnalilp, tho
man thought that ho would take out
his naturalization papers.
Whether or not, Susuzl will mako
n test case of It Is not known its yet
On account of tho fact that It has
been cstnbllihed that thu declaration
papers weio genuine, It might seem
that ho would nave n fairly good, cane,
N.S. SACHS DRY GOODS CO.,
Corner Fort and Beretania Streets
ed not only is full and effici
ent illumination secured, but
artistic and beautiful effects are
gained as may not be with any
other artificial illuminant.
Hawaiian Electric Company, Ltd.
KING ST. NEAR ALAKEA.
The latest candidate in tho polit
ical Held for Sheriff on thu Demo
untie ticket Is II. T. Moore. Ills
friends, who huvo been iiuletly work
tug In his behalf, nro now certain that
ho Ik Iho jtrougest man they can put
up nl tho coming election.
One of tho staunch Democrats In
hpcaklng of the tdtuptlon today wild
that Moore will bo given unanimous
biipport of tho party. Win. Jarrott,
the picsent Deputy Sheriff, will bo
Induced to hold his position' rather
than aim for the Sheriffship. Somo
Democrats think that .! arret t Is not
Ptrong enough to get tho support of
tho majority of the party and on that
account a committed will bo svleeted
to consult with him before tho conven
tion takes pli.ee.
Mooro could not bo seen today and
therefore his Mews could not bo ascertained.
Raised on one of the best farms in Washington; Fat
tened for Island ttadc; Young and at Tender Squabs,
These are good birds for a good dinner.
METROPOLITAN MEAT CO, Limited
"I shall run foe tho Senate on tho
Republican ticket If given thn nomi
nation." said Hon. Cecil thrown to
day. Mr. Drown leaves In tho Ma
nuka for a trip abroad, his health
demanding that ho tnko a test.
"Hut I shall be lu the gamo when
I get back," said Sir. Ilrown, "nnd
will go to tho Senate If tho people
say tho "word. I am to ho considered
as a Republican candidate."
Regal Puttee Leggins
These leggins provide a very popular substitute for rid
ing boots, and may also be used for golfing, tramping, camp
ing, rough walking, and stormy-weather wear.
Made of close-grain Tan color; they arc formed to fit
perfectly in sizes of 13 to 18 inches (Calf Measure),
Repairing Done Neatly, Quickly, and Well,
REGAL SHOE STORE,
McCANDLESS BU ILDINO, KINO AND BETHEL.
REVIEW JLD YEAR
(Continued from Face 1)
made bcfoio thu Chamber, and tho
i.plcndld work of tho U. S. tjuaianllne
Dealing with future work, tho report
bays: Ah to futuro work, tlrnt of all,
as I have pretloiihly stated, I should
llku to imva our Chamber or Coin
morco building with Its assembly hull,
exhibit room, library, hoard loom, In
formation bureau, etc.
Among other million) of Importance
to which tho Incoming Ilo.ud of Trus
tees should glvu their attention may
bo mentioned: ,
As It affects our principal Indus
tries, sugar, pineapples, coffee, rub
ber, tobacco, galtal, etc. This matter
Is now being given consideration by
the Governor of the Territory, .Dele
gate Kalanlanaole, a special commit
tee for the Chamber of Commerce con
sisting of Messrs. L. A. Thurston, E.
H. Wodehouse and W. F. Dillingham,
and delegates from other commercial
and Industrial bodies.
While our work In favor of the Im
provement of Pearl Harbor was of
great importance, the matter of'tarlff
revision Is of ever greater importance
and I slncely hope that the result of
the Conference called by Governor
Frear and Delegate Kalanlanaole may
lead to the adoption of a plan that
will result in our securing complete
Information 'relative to our needs in
the matter and should It be decided
to send special representatives to ap-
A FEW HUNDRED DOLLARS will
secure a Rooming House with 22
Rooms, all furnished and convenient
ly situated. Gas, Electric Light, Hot
and Cold Water. light Housekeep
ing or Single.
OWNER SAYS: SELL!
WILL YOU SECURE THIS BAR.
P. E. R. Strauch
WAITY BLDG. 74 S. KING ST.
Every possible facility Is being nr
ranged for tho Pacific I'leet by tin
Paymaster Iloinbcigcr this morning I
hinted that tho tOilps will he supplied '
with food Immediately upon (heir nr-
rlvnl heie. Thu launches and light-
eis will ho placed In readiness so that
as booh as they are docked or anch
ored, thu supplies, will hu put aboard
Ah to tho coaling of Iho ships hero
It Is rather uncertain. The colliers
which will come along with tho fleet
have certain ordcis to comply with. It
may bo possible that the) will b.io
their coal and rocoal the ships at Sa
moa, where there Is no coal pile on
shore. Tho coaling station hero is
amply provided for all emergencies
nnd the ships will bo given prompt
pear before Congress In this connec
tion, the delegation should not be
made up of men who are rent simply
because they can afford the time to
go, but should be an able representa
tive body, thoroughly prepared for
controversy and well able to protect
Hawaii s interests.
The next session of our Legislature
will convene early next year and those
of our members interested In securing
the enactment of satisfactory legisla
tion should lose no time In brlnglr.g
these matters to the attention of the
Legislative Committee of the Cham
ber, which In the past has accomp
llshed much good In forwarding need
ed legislation and correcting mistakes
In existing lawi and In this connec
tion I might say that while the Cham
ber does not take any part In politics
I feel it Incumbent upon me to express
the hope that the members of the
Chamber may take an active Interest
in their prerogatives as citizens of the
Territory and do their part towards
securing competent, honest men for
all elective positions.
The past, year has been one of great
prosperity to the Industries of the
Territory and all Indications point to
a continuance or this prosperity dur
ing the coming year. 'It is a matter of
great congratulation that during the
financial depression so severely felt
on the mainland, Hawaii's resources
were equal to all demands, business
and financial transactions being In no
Steamship Passenger Service.
Conditions warrant an early im
provement of tho. steamship service
between Island nnd Coast ports. Ho
nolulu should bo hruuKht within live
days of Sun rranrlsci. -
Tho boats providing tills service,
which might well bu built nnd oper
ated by Island capital, would also
servo to caro for tiny develop our
fresh fruit Iiidiistty.
An effort was made by this Cham
ber to interest the United Krult Com
pany In tho development of our fiesh
Irtilt trade by establishing a lino of
swift passenger strainers betwtcn Ho
nolulu nnd Kan Kiauclsco. Complete
dutii concerning conditions In Hawaii
has been uent t tho Company, which
still has tho matter under cnnsldcru.
I havo mentioned tho effort to so
euro thu passage by Congress of a
Dill allowing the suspension of tho
Coastwise Shipping Law that will pel
mit passengers fur mainland ports
sailing on vessels Hying a foreign
flag. I believe it to bo tho policy and
wish of this Chamber that thu coming
session of Congress push lawn so as
sisting American shipping as to ImlM
up this industry anil render unneces
sary any change lu our present ship
An unusual opportunity Is being of
forcd tills' Territory to udvcrllso Its
products, and natural attractions by
tho Alaska-Yukou-1'.icinc Exposition,
that will bu hold at Scuttle Mining tlm
months of Juno, July, August, Septem
ber and October, 1!0.
Tho building for Hawaii will bo
erected by tho Federal Government
fiom an appropriation imtdu by Con
gross. In addition to this u fund f
$25,000 for expenses of tho exhibit
has been provided. A good roprcson
tiitlou will enublu Hawaii to liu-omu
bettor undoistood by tho lurgo popul.i
tlon of thu Northwest! It Is n splen
did opportunity for us and 1 hopo that
nil assistance possible may bu given
tho Hawaii Comnllsslon by tho rod
dents of thn Tenltory that thu exhibit
may bo thoroughly representative nnd
a very itttinctlvo ouo.
Tho Chamber of Commoreo year
just ended beam tecord of two vo
months of persistent effort with much
good work done I bollovo, h.iuovor,
that though n BM'ttt deal has boon oc
couipllsbeil in (lit pi'rft tl.nt even
gl enter oppoitimitic-i for valuable
work mi) befoio us mid I would cull
tho attention of every member of tho
Chumbor to the necessity for taking
tin ncllvo inteiest In tho work of ,tho
Chamber: submitting In tho Tiustces,
Ideus that lu their opinion limy provo
of'lnleiest to the Chamber uml of bun
ollt to tli Territory, Tho trustees
will gladly welcomo any uml all sug
Ilcforo closing this report, howovcr,
I would (Ike to suggest nnd recom
mend that, sometime during each
year, tho iiiembeiH of tho Chamber
meet together lit" a ilirnur, to lie mado
mi annual affair as a moans of gotltng
together, becoming better acquainted
nnd popularizing our vvoik.
I desire at this tlmo to attest to thu
vnluablo assistance rendered by our
Secretary, Mr. II. I'. Wood, during tho
Nlnety-nlno thousand pounds of
nloomatgailuu were sold lu these Is
lands during tho past llscul year.
In Second-Hand Machines. Thoroughly overhauled
and ready for demonstration
Models of '04, '05, '06.
Newly painted; in fine condition.
Newly.painted and varnished, and in
Only very slightly used, but classes
as second hand. A bargain.
1907 Maxwell Runabout
Newly painted and varnished, and in
Equipped with a new 30-H.P. Bren
nan Engine. In good shape.
These are some of the most striking automobile bargains that
have ever been offered in Honolulu
Von Hamm-YouRg Co., Ltd.
o & V
if the Wall Paper you have
now is faded, streaked, or
We have now on hand the
greatest variety of wall papers
vc have ever had.
In our special show-room for
wfcll papen downstairs, you
ccn see just how wall, ceiling:
and border will match.
Lewers & Cooke
177 S. King St. Phone 775.
marks our daily menu in the matter of food. We serve
Breakfast from 6 to 10 a.m.; Luncheon from 11 a.m. to 2
p. m.; Dinner from 5 to 8 p. m. The Cuisine Cannot Be
The Palm Cafe
HOTEL ST. NEAR FORT.
The most Refreshing Drink Imaginable
MADE ONLY BY
CONSOLIDATED SODA WORKS CO., LTD
Q. S. LEITHEAD, Manager. TELEPHONE 71.
DISTILLED WATER delivered to offices and residences.
There Is No Place
For the tired brain
worker so benefi
cial as HALEIWA.
St. Clair Bidgood, Mgr.
HOLIDAY and WORKING
Strong and Reliable at Reasonable
Honolulu Construction and Draymg Co.,
PHONE, OFFICE 281. P. 0. BOX 154.
Fort St., Opp. W. 0. Irwin & Co., Ltd.
We do all kinds of Teaming; also deal in Crushed Rock, White and
Black Sand, Broken Coral, Garden SoU, Etc. SAFE MOVING k SPECIALTY.
L. AYAU SHOE CO.,
1005 NUUANU ST. NEAR KING ST.
J. Santos, Manager
UNION STREET near HOTEL
The Encore Saloon
Thy a drink at the new place and
have "MATT" HEFFERN serve you,
COR. HOTEL and NUUANU. '
A ' A.