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EVENING DtJLlETIM, HONOLULU, T. II., WEDNESDAY, NOV. 25, 1D08
Ijt i m
in plain nml figuicd for making fnncy towels, 35 to
Sheer and fine, 3G Inches wide, lj?l.-5 a yard.
Don't forget to sea our new C()cl . , ,
Bent value ever offcrcJ, in plain or lace effects, white, tan,
For Friday and Saturday
All icady for use, size 42x00, "
SPECIAL FOR FRIDAY ONLY .
At 10 Each.
All sizes, tans nnd browns. $1:35 quality, for Saturday
only, Or n pair.
The MON BIJOU combination Hood Scarf and Veil, light
blue .and light gray, $4.75 value for Saturday only,
Don't forget the Doll Contest. Voting conpons free
with every 25c. purchase.
N. S. SachsDry Goods Co.,
CORNER BERETANIA AND FORT STREETS. '
' ' HlkHMfe
Give it something that will aid its digestion and
make it fat and dimply. Mother's milk will not al
ways answer, but anyone of the following will put
new life into a peaked-faced child:
MALTED MILK, MELLEN'S FOOD, '
ASKAY'S FOOD and
WYETH'S PREPARED FOOD FOR INFANTS.
L Benson, Smith & Co., Ltd., f
HOTEL AND FORT STREETS. PHONE 207
Great Bargain Week at
DOLLARS WORK OVERTIME when they are in this store
and customers get the benefit. Come in and sec what one of them
Just One Dollar will buy.
FRENCH KID GLOVES:
Elbow lengths, black,
White, and Tan, origi
nallv $5 and 4; This
Rainy weather is .ap
proaching, and with it
the need of a long
coat; we have them
from $9 up
Opposite Catholic Church
High grade, for boys, 2 1-2
years to 10 years, 80 cents
'and upward. ' '
Genuine bargains; all
colors $2.75 to $5.00
Pomnadour Hair Rolls, Rib
bon Combs, Colored Crochet
MANY SUBSCRIBE TO
NEW PHIM SERVICE
Expected In Three
Cllnlon lliitchlns, (ho licml ( the
t.cw Homo Telephone concern, Is nt
present oiio of tho Innilcil men In
(own, Inking In conlrnctB from sub
scribers In great numbers. Ho states
Hint tho Jap.iticso nml Chinese arc es
pecially anxious to hao tho now
'phones, iih with nn niitoni.itlc central
(hoy will ho nhlo to tup the Instru
ments oven If they cannot spenk i:ng.
"Nn money on earth could huy my
Intercut out nt the present time," Balil
HtitchliiH this noon. "Hvo or sl ot
tho leading business men of thli city
hiivo bee'n backing me up in HiIk in -it-tcr
for tho past soon or eight months
lending mo their inoinl support. 1
promised them that If I were nuccess
rul, I would glvo them the finest tele
phone system that money could huy.
and Hint Is what I nm going to do. Af
ter tho syiteni hua heen completed,
mill overythlng Is working to tho full
satisfaction of ovcrjono, then what
ever I havo In the nature of tangible
pmiieity will ho for snlo, If I Rot my
"A committee of thrco prominent
hiislness men "III mnko nmdnlts ns
to tho mimlicr of subscribers.
"Tho etiRlneers who will Install tho
s.Btoiii havo Just completed tho In
stallation of tho great Homo Company
plant ut Omnhti, and they will stnrt
Tor Honolulu Immediately. Iliimmoll
Is tho naino or the chief engineer. I
expect that ho nnd his assistant will
ho heio within Ihreo weeks."
A document containing tho assign
ment of two mortgages, iiniouutlUR to
f I7,rll0, rroui tho IIIkIioi Citato to the
lluiry Watcrhouso Trust company
wiih tiled with Ucglstrnr Mcrrliini thl
moinliiR. This covers tho pioperty
rionllng on Mcichnut street and tho
lllshop Bticct extension, on which the
new nutoniutlc telephonu ami tele
graph company building will rise. On
Hlshop street there Is a frontago of
12.1 fret nml un iD.G riontago on Mer
thnnt atreet. .
(Continued from Pace U
fioin the experiences that havo nl
icndy heen had with the work there.
Tho prlto of 7 (cuts per cuhle
yard for removing tho superfluous
with and rock In Honolulu harbor Is
considered u wry reasonable flRuro
hy those In touch with such mat
ters. If thu s.iino llguio Is procured
for tho wholo IVnrl Harbor contrnct
as was niado for the Honolulu harhor
work, thu total cost will ho nhout $ 1,
In diedglug the portion of tho
channel that Is uupiotectcd hy land,
thu necessary ilelnys which Inclem
ent weather will probably tnuso will
ho ouo of tho Impoitant matters to
ho taken Into consideration, and It Is
hinted that tho gain In tlmo and
expense made In thu part of tho work
where dicdglng win hu comparative
1) easy, will ho mom than counter
balanced hy thu obstacles (lint must
hu owictnue In other paitB of tho
It Is thought hy thoso who nro In
a position to Judge, that nioro ton-
(nitidis will hid for tho work than Is
usual in such cases, the lump Bum
of money in sight, and tho lertulnty
of a long Job, piovlug a big induce
ment In the sight of thoso who em
ploy lingo fories of men and haw
hlg sums of money Invested In dredg
Tho letting of llio contrnct, ami
the consequent 'beginning of work,
wll bo a matter of thu greatest im
portant to the peoplu of the Islands.
Tho fact Hint the (lovernmcnt Is to
upend five million dollais In ill edging
a shll i huniiel for the naval harbor
at I'cail Hnihor will glvo somn Idea
rs to tho muount of work that will
ultliu.itelv ho done there.
Attention is nihil (ailed to tho fact
I hat, of the euoimoiis sum of money
expended In dredging tho thaniiel, a
largo amount will ho spout hero In
Honolulu, much of Hie total expense,
of necessity, being for labor. The
lahmcrb will piuchnso their supplies
hero anil dining tho tlmo thai the
woik is In juncess of completion,
many skilled workmen will tako tip
their icsldoneo In this neighborhood.
Tho hnihor contract Is probably
tho ninst Important single, plcco of
(lovcrniiiont business, ns fnr as these
Islands are concerned, Hint hua over
liceu projected mid tho uwnrd will bo
watihed with Rieat Interest by the
piofilo of Hawaii.
Bulletin Business Ofllce Phone 258.
Balletin Editorial Room Phone 185.
5-rooin House near Fort Street
Bridge. Only $8.00 p. m.
75 x 150 Building Lot at Puunui
I close Liliha car line, Level, fine
view, fenced. At a bargain. $350.00.
jP. E. R. Strauch
'WAITYBLDG. 74 S. KING SX.
BIG GUN CARRIAGE
Weighs 400. Tons And Is
Packed In Seventy
Seventy largo 'parcels, aggregating
150 tons In weight, wcro icqulrcd to
pack tho hlg gun carriage for tho
Pc.irl Harbor fortifications, w tilth ar
rived this morning on tho Matson li
ner Hllonlan. Tho carriage Is de
signed to support n 12-Inch r filed gnu
and Is of tho most modem type.
Tho trnnsportntton ot the giant
Rim carriage furnished a problem by
no menns easy of solution. The sl7o
and weight of nny Individual parcel
Hint can be shipped on board a vessel
Is limited, and in tho construction of
the carriage, Its shipment had to ho
taken Into consideration.
The carriage was manufactured at
Watertown Arsenal, Wnterlown,
Mass., nnd was shipped across Hid
continent liy rail,
The arrival of the carriage ioiii
pletcs the equipment of the l'eirl
llaibor fortltlcatlons In that direc
tion. Thcro yet remain two 12-Inch
Rims to be rccolwtl, lioncvcjr. When
the Runs will nrrlvo Is not Known.
For the fortification work nt Dia
mond Hcnd, three carrlaRcs and sov
cral mortars are ct needed. When
they will arrive Is not known,
though it is prnhablo that they will
soon bo received.
All of tho guns and mortals being
installed hero eomo from Wutervllct
Aisennl, N. Y.; tho carriages are all
furnished from the Wnttrtown Arse
nal. All of tho guns, carriages, and oth
er equipment for the fortltlcatlons,
are shipped here In en re of the depot
quartermaster. Thojcqulpmont docj
not pnss out of Hie hands of the
quartermaster's department until It
Is delivered on tho site of the fortifi
cation work, tho engineer officers
having nothing to do with any part
of the tiaiisportatlon.
(Continued from Pare l)
back ngaln. It Is highly Improliablo
that there will hu an) change in the
Tho news received vestcrday by
tho Chnmber of Commerce and the
.Merchants' Association to the effect
that efforts were being made In
Washington to trade tho prcsont Fed
eral building site, tho Mnhukn prop
erty, for Hio Irwin property on Union
Square opposite the t'nplto), has mov
ed both tho eomnierchil bodies to tnko
action hy Lulling meetings to discuss
tho matter next Friday afternoon.
Tho opinion bus been very gener
ally expressed that any movement of
tho Kind may cause much delay In
the securing of the building, nnd for
this renson there Is bound to be de
Henry K. Cooper, who has heen
acting ns thu attorney for tho Irwin
Interests, returned from (ho main
land this morning, and It Is the cur
tent report that he has been back ot
the movoment. Cooper was askod
about tho matter, hut stated that ho
could say nothing until after ho had
seen W. M. Hlffnrd.
"It Is Impossible that the slto for
(ho Federal Public. Ilulldlng will ho
changed." sa(d I), h. Wllhlngton this
moi nlng. Mr. Wlthlngton, It will
bo remembered, was one of tho at
torneys of the Henry Wntoruuuso
TruBt Company In putting tho Ma
nuka slto through. "Too much mon
ey has been expended In connection
with tho present site. Tho authori
ties will never coiiutcnnnco a chango,
Why, something like thirty thousand
dollars has been expended by vari
ous business men on tho practical
guarantee of tho Government that
tho slto has been settled,"
(Continued from Ptze 1)
n few da) a ns .las. Kalona and Kane-
iniikii wero afraid of being injured by
Opuiiul'u relatives, but I think there
Is no danger or that. I will inform the
doctor, and may send Opuiiiil to town
In ehnrgo of on officer this afternoon."
Tho no co aro rather In 11 quandary
as to what they will do with Alia, as,
owing to tho recent decisions of tho
coiiits, no in rest can ha mado of leper
suspects without a sworn complaint,
rnd then the suspects must ho held nt
tho Kallhl receiving station, Tho po
llco feci that tho station Is not secure
enough to bold this desporalo man,
cint believe .that, should ho manage
it) got away, bo would Immediate!)
bead for W.ilalua, whero ho would Kill
tho officers who captured htm. The
authorities do not want ollher to keep
lilm lu the pollen station or In tho Jail
on account of the disease from which
bo Is suspected to bo suffering. Cox
bus been advised to hold bis prisoner
at Wiil.ilim at pi est at, ami Sheriff
Iniiken Is conforilug with tho Hoard
of Health and tho Attorney (Jcnoral
aH to what ntcp3 can bo taken,
THE ONLY WAY
"Your greenbacks would bo lota
safer In a bank than secreted lu jour
shoes." "True, but this Is tho only
way I can foot my blllB." Kansas
fect digestion. In fact, health itself is
vitally dependent upon good digestion.
Perfect digestion and sound, rest
ful sleep are assured those who habitu
ally use Primo Beer as a table bever
age. It aids the digestion, soothes
tired nerves, and acts as a general tonic.
Any meal will taste better for a
glass of Primo.
PrimO BCCr Tonic and Beverage
Plants, Seeds, Trees
Send your name and address for
onr fully illustrated
NEW 1809 GENERAL CATALOGUE
to be ready for mailing in December.
We are already enjoying a large
trade in the Hawaiian Islands and
would like all interested in the gar
den to send for the catalogue.
Our seeds are grown largely on our
own farms and are the B E S T TO
C. C. Morse,
52 JACKSON ST. ALSO MARKET ST.
SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA. '
Deputy Attorney General Larnach,
wjio Is at present In Hllo, has writ
ten to Acting Attorney Oeneinl i
Whitney, btnting thnt he has been so
III thnt ho has been compo'lled to turn
tho Crnnd Jury work there over to
Noah Alull, Deputy County Attorney.
Ho btated that unless he felt better
he would go to the hospital, nml thou
would probably have to have assist
ance from here.
A, H. l'ltncy died at thu Queen'"
Hospital vesterdny at tho ago of hi
jears. Mr. l'ltncy caino to Honolulu
on tho steamer China, which arrived
hero November 10. On tho 12th ha
was taken to tho hospital. Ills blrtli
placo was given ns Minion, Oregon.
Ho Inn no relatives here, but has a
sister. Mallnda Bchcndler, In Silver
ton, Oregon. Tho funeral services
wcro conducted by Kov. A. C. McKoov
er of thn Christian Church, lu tho par
lors or tho Towusund Undertaking Co.
Intel incut nt 1'o.irl City this afternoon
No fielght will bo received aboard
tho Hteamur Klnnii tomorrow. It being
Thanksgiving Day. Tho Klnau will
Icavo for Knual on Trlduy at 5 o'clock
In tho afternoon
"If ou don't llko the policeman.
Hilda, why didn't jem push him away
wheu ho tried to hiss you?" I thought
It was a crlmo to rcBlst an officer."
A pair of shoes that wean
long 'and keeps its shape
' A shipment of np to date
Ton Shoes for Uidies was re
ceived per last S. S, Ala
meda. L AYAU SHOE CO.,
1009 NTJUANU ST. NEAR KING ST.
Steady aim depends
upon steady nerves and brain,
and you can't have them if your
rest is fitful and broken.
Good sleep is the result ol pei-
Only $4 each
Coyne Furniture Co.
LADIES' FELT HATS. FEATHERS,
RIBBONS, FLOWERS, CHIF
Are Sold. at Very Reasonable Prices.
Wire Frames Made to Order.
30 KING, ST.
For a Good, Clean Cut, call on us or
TELEPHONE TO 109.
x ore ox.
We have received our
OF ALL KINDS.
BABY WALKERS, GO-CARTS, AND
Wall, Nichols Co., Ltd.,
FORT ST. TELEPHONE 16.
I0TEL STREET. NEAP. FORT
fl0 per doi.
FOUNTAIN SOU i
Jrfpitutte. Cnnu ' &i;uono,
'lrts, Fajunas. Shirt Waists, Fast)
HOTEL STREET NEAR BETHEL.
CONTRACTOR and BUILDER.
PLUMBING and FAINTING.
Office: Honolulu Fainting Co., 221
King St.; P. 0. Box 814.
Waverley Building, Bethel St.
Personal Attention Given to Cuisine
and Table Service at All Hours. Best
Meals at Reasonable Prices,
J. NISHIHARA, Prop.
You Wont Electrio Wiring Done or
Private Telephone Installed or Dry
Batteries, call the ,
UNION ELECTRIO CO.,
69 Beretania St. Phone 315.
4000 Qreen Roofing Slate 10"xl0".
GOO One and Two Prone Iron Fine
1 25-gallon Drum Commercial Ktb
er. 1 Castlron Fitting with Flsnfei,
for 12" Wrought I'lpo.
EMMELIITH & CO., LTD.,
145 King Street. Phone 211,
LADIES' AND GENTLEMEN'S HATS
Of All Kinds.