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nVEN'INCl BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. II., TIlUnSlHY, OCT. 22, 1008.
WOOD REPORTS ON
Interesting Letters Come
From All Parts Of
Special Sale of
Arrive on Alameda
White Embroidered Linen
Plain and fancy
r $2.75 NOW $1.00
$3.00 " $2.25
' ....-...$3.75 " $2.00
$4.00 ami $4.25 " $3.25
$4.50 " $3.50
$5.50 " $1.00
...:",.. $5.75 " $1.25
;.'T$6.00 " $4.00
$0.50 " $5.00
N. S, Sachs Dry Goods Co.,
Cor. Bcrctania and Fort Sts.
0 you enjoy
is made from Pure Cream
and CAKES that are a good
(leal lighter than 'Ma makes?
Then come to us. We have the
goods. We serve meals from
6 to 8 a.m., II a.m.. to 2p.m.,
and from 5 to 8 p.m., at reason
able prices. Service the best.
of Veef and veal from this market are superior to any oth
er. You will find the meat flner grained, more tender, and
with sufficient fat intermingled with the red meat to make
it cook well and taste well.
METROPOLITAN MEAT CO, Limited
Honolulu Construction and Graying Co,,
GENERAL CONTRACTORS. . i
PHONE, OFFICE 281. P. 0. BOX 154.
Port 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 Soil, Etc. SAFE MOVING A SPECIALTY.
$2.25 NOW 91.7S
$2.75 " 91.00
$100 " ?3.00
$4.25.. i " $3.15
$4.50..' " ?3.35
$5.50 - " 4.25
$0.00 " 94.75
$8.00 " ?7.00
ICE .CREAM that
Hotel next to Perkins'
P. 11. Newell, loprcsonlnlUe of tlio
United States lU'chimntioii Servile,
iiddiyssed tlio Hawaiian rrumotlon
Committee tliU ntlcinoim on "Colo
nization Wmlc." .Salil lie:
"Tor twenty eam 1 have lieeti
utiidyliiK tlio.fxtit to which tlio ic-c-lamatloii
tit arid lands can lie car
ried on. I was Kent lieio by Secre
tary (iarllold to Investigate condl
'Tiom my dbsurvatlonti, I bcllovo
that there nro set oral things that wo
want to accomplish, Wi! want to
Kc't people hole who waul to get
liunica men who want n piece of
la ml to live on, not to sell,
"Tlicio nro many men who arc
looking for u new location whero the
climatic conditions nro propitious
and where they can engage In ngrl
cultuic. Now those men want to
Know what they are going Into. They
want to know what land is going to
cost them and what they can uiImj
on It. .
"lloro In Hnwall we nro In much
the saino position that tlio frtilt
giowors of Southern California were
twenty-live years ago. There the
fiult-giowciV associations were or
ganized mid tlio hencllcliil rcsullu
were, readily to ho won. The, work
takes time and energy, tint It Is Im
possible to get the right kind of bct
tlcru until steps nru taken to nhoy
them what to do when they nrrlve.
"Wo Jimst havo n man who can
go to tlio, little growers, toll them
what to grow and how to pack It.
Then Vc liuut have someono to go
out and creato a market for the
goods. Wo cannot expect to get
Hie-no small glowers hero until wo
havo bomconu to look after them. An
excellent work for tho Promotion
Comnilttco to tako up Is t,lie securing
of such nn Industrial agent."
Mr. Nowqll demonstrated how eas
ily tho small grower will Get dis
couraged if ho has n few adverse ox
pet leuect!, as he Is sure to havo If he
'starts In n strange placo without tho
assistance of bomcono competent to
give ndvlce. Ho also fissured tho
comnilttco that the (lo eminent can
ho counted on to assist heartily In
the work. "
HONOLULU FOR ITS
A graceful recognition of tho
-t- entertainment which, tho peoplo -f
of Honolulu accoided tho cruiser
f Miundron and destroje-r llolllla,
-f wns lecolved fiom Admiral Swln-
tniino, through Capt. C. 1'. Keen,
U. S. N commanillng tho local
nnval station, this morning.
Admiral Bwlnliurno made uso -f
f"of tho wireless telegraph In ex- -f
f piesslng his thanks, tho message
uclng received by dipt. Hecs at
8:30 n'tlocl: this morning. Hoi-
f lowing Is tho message: -f
"U. S. S. West Virginia.
f To. Captain Iteos. . -f
I'lease expresa to the Kntcr- 0
talnmcnt Commltteo and tho -f
- ladles of Honolulu my thanks anil
grateful appreciation of tielr
-f cordial hospitality ns extended to f
tho offlcors and meii" of tl.u I'a-
clflc fleet. -i
f Tho following answer was Im-
f mediately bent by tho Command-
"U. S. Nival Station, Hawaii.
t To Hear .Admiral Swlnburno.
f "Vour incbsago to Kutortnln- -f
f ,ment Committee mid ladlos of Ho.
f iiolulu has been delivered and Is
f highly appreciated. Tho visit of
f tlio I'aclflc Fleet has been n do-
light to everyone. Wo all vtlch
f you Ood speed nnd hope ou may
-t- -f -f-f-f-f -f 4.
Sheriff Inukoa will speak to tho
employes of tho Honolulu lion Works
toinoi'iow noon, provided tho direct
oib of tlio company ralso no objec
tion. r-'!rr Rent" cards on sale at
a. .1141.. -fft.
Several fine BUILDING
LOTS at PUUNUI above Li
liha St. on proposed extcn-
sion of car line, good soil,
no rocks, unobstructed view,
cool and healthy. 50x105.
Price reduced to $150; $25
cash, balance $10 p. m.
P. E. R. Straucli
WAJTY BLDG. 74 S. KING ST.
Sccictnry Wood hns prcpnied the
following rc-hort which be will submit
to tho rioniotlon 1'oiiimlttiu at Its
meeting this afternoon
lly tho last steainci froin the Orient
wo received n letter fiom T. 1). Mc
Kay, tho well known mineral p-isson-gcr
ngcut, Ktntlng In pari as follows:
"I beg to acknowledge nrrlpt of ten
copies of the 'Cross Hondo of tho I'a
clflc', map. 1 have Just been loimd on
a lslt to the illffereut iiorts of Japan
and lutta seen that one of jour maps
went to cacn oi tnc most Important
hotels In tho different places. I am
always ghid to dlstilbuie jour mat
Tho agents of the Pacific Mall and
Tojo Klsi'ii Kalsha StcamRhtp Com
imtiies at Yokohama. Hongkong,
Shanghai mid Manila also write ac
knowledging receipt of map and fold
ers, Htatlng that tlio will gho tho
ea'uie careful distribution.
Thomas Cook & Son's agencies nt
Hongkong and Colombo write, stating
that the last shipment of folders was
received in duo cours-o and that our
advertising matter Is nlvns prom
inently . dlspln)cd , In their ofllcei
tluoughout tho Orient.
Among othur lotlers leccntly re
ceived was ono fiom the IMticntlonal
Department of New Zealand, nsklng
for copies of our different publlcatloti-i
for use In preparing aillcles on Hawaii
Tor thclri-Hchool'rouinal. Thene went
forward by lst1 mall,
A resident .of NniT.icoorte, South
Australia, wiltes for foldeis and views
which ho w (flics to Olxiil.u in one of
his shop windows In.onlei to do what
ho can to get his friends and n dghbors
to visit beautiful Honolulu.
Thu fJencnil Manager of the Union
Steamship Company or NVw Zealand
writes that ho appreciates tho distri
bution that wo nro making or his fold
ors and that their illffrn-nt agencies
can bo depended upon to effectively
Our flist shipment of folders baa
leached Mr. John 1). Tre.mor and from
this time on, n full supply win h0 on
fllo In his oillco In Now York.
Wo nro in receipt or the member,
ship list of tho Astoria Chambor of
Commerce, nccoinpaiilcd by a reipiest
from tho Secietnry that wu koud our
folders to each of the members In
order to assist him In wni-kim- m, n
Interest In the pvl'"i-ed excursion to
uuwau iroiu rugel Sound.
A cablegram from Roer.tnrv wi,..
Kins of tho l.os Angelas Chamber or
w.uiiiu, niiuuu iiiul -.Mrs. i-ranees
K. Jlcadleo has accepted tho auuinlt
tco'a offer and Is now In chnrgo or the
I.03 Angeles work, which not only In
eludes the dnll Illustrated lecluro In
tho niidltoiluin of tho Clinmber, but
evening pailor talks In the different
COo.ltinncrl frnm T-ar-n 1
realize tlio fact that the nennln. h,
electorate, Is above party. No ofll
elal would be doing light If he al
lowed tho party which hn ri.ntosn.iij
to bo abovo him. It Is thn neoidn
that ronstttuto the unity. Anv oin.
elal, therefore, no matter what par
ly he belongs to, should bear In nilinl,
mat the people ;iro.hls superiors and
that ho should piotect their piopcrly
and keep ijicaco in tho eomniuiilty.
nave sou anything to blamo mo
for for itiiiiiliis 11 clean and econom
ical ailmlnlitiatlon? Havn vnn nnv
leaton to bhinic me becntibo I did not
listen to tho voleo of my p.uty?
Hardly. I know thut jou nro all ren.
Bounble, thlnUlug incur lind if you
win only cast jour voto liiilnneiid.
ently and without fear of your party
affiliations, sou will suicly tiito for
cood men, resaidlybs of patty.
"It Is trtio that I inn on tho Doin-
ocratfc ticket, but when It bet m
libido and selectnl Its own candidate,
I, after a caieful coubldcrutlnu. ac
cepted tho nomination as an Inde
pendent candidate for Sheriff. I as-
suio ou that. It elected,. will con
duct tho oillco accoidhag to tho best
1 KIIOW HOW.
"Tho candidates of the other par
ties bhuuld 011110 hero and talk to
you people, lnstoml of sending their
representatives, who tell jou things
which the i.indldntes tlimnselves
may not say If present themsolves.
1 thank j oil tor this opportunity."
During I.iukea's speech, John Shel
don, a schoolmate of tho Sheriff,
shouted, "Don't Jim bcllovo html
Don't jou liclUnolilm!" John was
nabbed by a policeman and was about
to bo taken awaj when .Inukca or
dcicd tho ofllcer to lelense him.
EVOLUTION OF THE SMITHY
Tho blacksmith shop with bellows
And hoises in a row;
How well, Indeed, wo can recall
Ye smith of long ago.
Hut now tho bhickbinlth shop has
Tho horbes iitand no more,
And lound tho shop uutos. nio
Their engines pn tho floors
Next jo.ir we'll read "I)allooii3 ro
Abovo tho smoky panes;
"Attention prompt mid no pains
Ou smashed-up ncioplauus.
All Fruits ancl Vegetables in season
'Eastern Frozen Oysters
Rose and Puritan Creamery Butter
Get your Order in now Plione 22
CRUISERS ARE OFF
(Continued from Faea U
this j'car. The bquadrou will bo con
sldcrnbly augmented, and Admlr.Hj
Swlnburno will have command of u'
cnod-slzod fliet bv thn Minn tin, Orat '
gtlll is filed.
According to present plans, tho
destroyer flotilla will not mako tho
South American crulbc, hut will re-
tltrti In tli.. lTill.i.t u,...nu r. ..... f.. '
- -' ..." umini uittiv II1IJI1 .titiK-
dalenu Hay. This will Icavo tho
ciulscrs free to go through maneu
vers which would bo Impossible wero
they handicapped with tows.
At Panama It Is likely that a con
tingent of new men will bo nkcn on
board. Several Bhlps will dUrhargo
men there and It will bo necessary
In take on others In order to keep
tho complement up to the required
Many of tho men wero already
ovcrtlmo when tho snuudrnn loft
heie, but It Is not tho policy of Jho
(loverniiicnt to dlschnrgo men this
far from home, so they weru foiccd
to ctend their bcrvlce. They will
be dlschaiged, or reshlpped, ns tho
laso may be, nt Panama.
As men rccelvo extra, pay when
they servo bejnnd tho term of en
listment, many of the salhns will
have n considerable amount when
they i each their homes, traveling nl
lowanco being ample to cover nil ex
pciibcs while cn louto.
Considering the long crulso which
the HQitndion has ahead of It, and tho
unwillingness of many or tho seamen
Do y.OU feci tiredand sleepy after
a day's work? Are
you heavy and "soggy" after lunch? .
If you are it't a sign that your system.,
needs a little "toning up," that's all. .,
Your digestion is- poor.
A glass of P r i m o Beer,: taken
with your meals, will aid the digestion
and act as
HENRY MAY & CO.,
Fort Street, Honolulu
to remain away from the I'nltcd
States for that length of time, theio
have -been hut few desertions report
ed. Seventy stragglers were reported
to tho police lust night. After that
no mure men camo ushnro nnd It li
likely that many of those reported
missing got on board before the ships
left the haibor this morning.
The auxlll.uy Solaco did not leave
this morning with tho other ships.
Tho Solace will remain licio until thu
Alameda in rives. In order to take the
mall uddiesiod to Vhe ships at this
port. Sho will then follow tho squad
ion to Miigdalenn Hay.
11KUCK Johanna Albertlna, October
21, 1U08. Funeral from thu residence
of J. J. l.ecker, l.illlui street above
Judd, toif.iy at I p. in. Interment
at thu .Miii.iini cemetery.
ni.N'ai:il At tho Queen's Hospital,
Honolulu, wotlnoMlny, October 21,
William K hon of Mr. and .Mrs. Wil
liam Hlager, of School stieet. Aged
S j ears.
The Bulletin Publlshlnc Co.,
Ltd., h affent for the best engraving
and lithographing- company 0:1
the- Pacific Coast and is prepared
to jrivc estimates on high-grade
printing of every kind.
Also prices and samples of the
Very Latest in Engraved Cards,
Invitations, in the best of form
for smart functions.
BULLETIN ADS PAY -J3
a general tonic.
It v makes an Ideal Beverage
THE HOME BREW
A pair of, shoes that wears
long and keeps its shape
A shipment of up to date
Tan Shoes for ladies was re- .
ceived per last S. S. Ala- '
L. AYAlTsHOE CO.,
1005 NUIIANU ST. NEAR KINO ST.
J. M. LEVY &
Xing St, near Bethel. Phone 7G.
Auto for Hire
MANUEL REIS. Call up at nny
time by telephone any one of theso
numbers: 200, 200, 1097.
For Distilled Water and Assorted
Soda Water, delivered to offlco and
tesidence, RIN0 UP 557,
Arctic Soda Water Works
12G3 Miller St. M. R. DE SA.
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