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EVENING BULUnW, HONOLULU, T. II., WEDNESDAY, DEC
!. 2, 1908
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An Epoch-Marking Sale
Hand-Drawn Linens and
Hand-Made Battenberg Scarfs and Centers
At Prices that will make Bargain History
Here is Your Opportunity of Selecting Christmas Presents at
Less than .Half Price. 'No such values have been offered
before in the History of Trade Bargains. Watch our Windows.
Tea Cloths and Squares
In handsome designs, all done by
hand, and in value up tcx. S3. 50 the
whole lot of them on sale at
Battenberg Scarfs and
All hand-made in pretty designs,
with linen Centers, values up to $1.50
the whole lot on sale at
SALE BEGINS NEXT FRIDAY MORNING
Sachs Dry Goods Co.
HELP. MAKE BABY GROW
Give it something that will aid its digestion and
make it fat and dimply. Mother's milk will not al
wajs answer, but anyone of the following will put
new life into a peaked-faced child:
MALTED MILK, MELLEK'SJ-OOD,
ASKAY'S FOOD and
WYEIH'S PREPARED FOOD FOR INFANTS.
Benson, Smith & Co., Ltd
HOTEL AND FORT STREETS.
Plants, Seeds, Trees
eud your name and address for
our fully illustrated
NEW 1009 GENERAL CATALOGUE
to be ready for mailing in December.
We arc already enjoying a large
trade in the Hawaiian Islands and
would" like all interested in the gar
den to scud for the catalogue.
Our seeds are grown largely on our
own farms and are the B E S T TO
C. C Morse,
62 JACKSON ST.
ALSO MARKET ST.
Portuguese Observe Day
With Speeches And
Tlio exercises which vvero held last
night in tliu I.usltnna Hull, In memory
of the Portuguese Indcpcndfiico Day,
vvcru carried out with great buccohs.
The hall was brilliantly Illuminated
and thd decoration was excellent.
Consul Oeneral A. do Souza C.inn
ario opened tho celchratloti with a
fow leinarks. Ho began by imphusl7-
lug the fuct that It was u mUtakn to
my that tho lndeiendeico ot 1'ortURal
dated from Hill), ino iniiupcimL-iicu
of Portugal really was proclaimed
moro than 800 yoars ngo by tho bar
oils In tho Cortcz of I.nmego, an old
town In northern FortiiKnl, vvho pro
claimed t). AffoiiBo of tho house of
Ilourgognu as tho first klnK.
Tho Consul further called nttcntlon
to Iho fact that with this celebration
tho Portuguese did not hao tho Blight-
est feeling nKalnst tho Spaniards, who
wore brothers of the samo race, of
the samo Latin civilization and weiu
their fellow-woikcrs In Hawaii. Ho
lemlndud his hcaieis that today all
differences of opinion weio forgotten,
moro" than two and a half centuries
having elapsed slnco 1G10, and all cf
forts vvoro being mudo towards cMub
HshliiK tho most cordfal relations be
tween tho two countries of tho Iberian
peninsula. In fact, this date today In
Portugal Is not Observed as un olllclal
national celebration. Tho character
istic fcatuio of tho local celebration
wns that tho people hero congregated
tu show their aloha for their old fath
erland, to remember the glorious facts
of Its history, and to express their sin
cere wishes for tho continued pros
perity of old Portugal.
Tho Consul ended his speech by
leading a letter written by tho officers
of a Portuguese war vessel which had
met In Aden tho cruiser Benjamin con
stant, which had been hero sonio tlmo
before Hint. Tho officers of tno lotto.'
vessel had expressed to tlio writer?
their thanks for tho fraternal and cor
dial 'reception which they had been
glcn by tho Portugucso of this city.
Tho othor speakers were, J. P. Du
rao. president of tlio A. Patrla society,
Pathcr Vincent, who spoko of the Im
provement that had come to Portugal
under her own monarchy, nnd Hev
A. V. Soarcs. who Bpoko of tho condi
tion of tlio local churches. A. P. C.
Cortela, a recent arrival from Madeira,
read a. paper on Portugal and her col
onies, nnd Major Camara, master of
ceremonies, closed tho exercises with
the leading of a paper, touching upon
tho growing population and prosperity
of the Portuguese In Hawaii.
I.nBt of nil the guests whlfed away
their tlmo In dancing untll.a late hour.
Tho Hawaiian band, which was pres
ent by courtesy of tho chairman of tho
Hoard of Supervisors, played during
tho early part of the-evening.
Be Finished This x
PUMP DREDGING YET
REMAINS TO BE DONE
Slowness of Congress in Making Ap
propriations will Delay Oper
ations Until Late in
lly this evening It Is believed Hint
the last shovelful of earth will be
drawn up nnd the Honolulu Harbor
contract completed as far ns dry
dredging Is concerned. The Inst blast
wb II red Saturday night and tho end
of the work under tho present con
tract Is now In sight.
Tho completion of the dry dredg
ing work does not mean the comple
tion of the entire tontrni't, however
There Jet remains the pump dredging
to bo done and it is not thought
likely that this will be completed be
fore Christmas at the very earliest.
With the completion of the work
now under contract, Just one-half of
tho money called for In tho harbor
project will have been expended. The
estimated cost of the project was
SI, 000,000 and of this sum 1800,
000 has been appropriated. Congress
has divided the appropriation Into
eight sections ot SHOO, 000 each, four
of them having already been appro
priated. It Is hoped that Congress may see
fit to appropriate another eighth at
least before Its adjournment In
March. It the usual custom Is fol
lowed, not only will a fifth eighth be
appioprlated, but the making ot con
tracts providing for tho expenditure
of a sixth eighth will bo authorized.
The fact that no money has as yet
been appropriated for the continua
tion ot the work will mean that
there must bo a considerable period
of Idleness. Tho appropriation can
not bo available before next March,
according to tho authorities, and the I
necessary advertising nnd other for
malities will mean that not until
next fall will men again be at work
on the harbor.
If Congress appropriates the 1200,
000, and authorizes the additional
$200,000, both ot the contracts 'will
bo let at 'the same time. It Is esti
mated that the money then avail
able, or in sight, will mako It pos
sible to carry on the work tor at
least a year and a half.
Work on tho Illlo project Is now
well under way. Of the estimate of
11,000,000, $300,000 has been appro
priated and $100,000 more pledged.
It has thus been possible to let con
tracts for $400,000 -worth of work.
THE WISE ONES are getting their
hands in now. so that they can make
really attractive and artistic pres
ents at little expense for Christmas.
It's easy to learn, and fun to do. Come and see the
many artistic patterni we have, stamped on glove and.
handkerchief boxes, necktie racks, desks, fancy tables,'
waste baskets, and 101 other articles,
Pyrography Outfits, $2 to $7.50
Honolulu Photo-Supply Co.
" Everything Photographic " FORT STREET.
All new patterns, heavy quality, (c
good for the cold weather, per yard l"v
L. Ahoy, Nuuanu below Hotel
Good Folks Take
It's a Good Sign
If it's painted by
The Faint Shop.
134 King St.
A Guaranteed Beer A
The following guarantee appears oa the label 'B
v of every bottle of J
The King of Bottled Beers .
"We guarantee that this beer is brewejl especially for our own
trade according to the Budweiser Process, of the best Saazer Hops
and finest Barley, and warranted to keep in any.
No other beer is scld under so strong a guaran
tee none equals it in quality or sales.
Bottled only at the
St. Louis, U. S. A. A.
CO,, Ltd., Distributors, Honolulu, H. I.
YWjL H. HACKFELD & CO,, Ltd., Distributors, Honolulu, H. I. Jff
Orrine Destroys the Craving for
Drink Cure Effected or Hon
HxccbsIvo or continued uso of alco
holic boverni?eB alway results in a
illscnseil condition of tho nervous sys
tem. Tho drlnklnB man is often heard to
sny, "I can stop of my own fico will
and when I wish," hut tho ioor fellow
Is now devoid of tho power to net at
thu proper tlmo aud In Iho right way,
It's too Into, tho crnvliiR has secured
n firm hold and becauso of tho diseased
nervous system he has not tho ability
for sustained effort. Tho result wo all
Drunkenness Is no Ioniser considered
a, crime; eminent scientists and phy
sicians linvo agreed that It Is a ills
caso nnd must bo treated as such.
Tho homo treatment that has been
u&ed for a number of ycais, and Is
highly successful, Is Orrlnc. It Is sold
under a positive guarantee that If It
docs not effect a euro your money will
Oirlno Is In two forms. When de
siring to give hecrelly, purchase) Orrlnc
No. 1, nnd If tho patient will voluutnr
lly take tho ticitment, Orrlno No. 2
should bo given. Tho gum autre Is the
sumo In cither case. Orrlno costs but
$1.00 per box. Mulled In plain sealed
wrapper on receipt of prlco. Wrlto for
freo booklet on "Drunkenness," mailed
In scaled envelopo by Tho Orrlno Com
pany, Washington, I), C. Sold In this
city by Honolulu Drug Co.. Fort stieet.
No business is so private that it
cannot be safely talked over the au
tomatic telephone, Get your name
on the list for one of these phones.
First subscribers will get the first
phones. Hawaiian Telegraph and
Telephone Co., office at Waterhouse
Developments show Hans had no
money vvhcu accepted In Rirksldo
RECITAL NEXT TUESDAY
Arrangements have finally bpen
mndo to hnvo Kntharlno Ooodson, n
pianist of vvorld-wldo reputation, give
n recital at the Opera House next
Tuesday afternoon. Miss Goodson
will arrive from Australia on the Ma
Kura, which will dock ut Honolulu
Tuesday morning, nnd has cabled her
willingness to appear before a Hono
lulu audience, ,
The music lovers ot Honolulu are
determined to make tho recital a
success, and have subscribed liberally
for scats. Tickets aro on sale at the
llcrgstrom Music Company, the price
of admission to be SI, 12, nnd S2.50.
Miss Goodson Is on her way tu
make another tour of America. Her
last one, ending last April, was a
completo success, and established u
new record for the greatest number
of orchestral, engagements given tu
one season by nny artist, including,
besides, many recitals. After n busy
season In London, she Balled for Aus
tralia, where sho was hailed with de
light by the most conservative of'rhu-
slcal critics. Her season there was
one long triumph, and sho Is declar
ed by many critics there to be the
criunl of Paderewskl in tenderness of
feeling and depth ot expression.
That she has been Induced to give
it recital In Honolulu Is a very fortu
nate otcurrnnco for lovers ot music
in this city, who so seldom have n
chnnco of hearing a world-famous ai-tlst.
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LADIES' FELT HATS, FEATHERS,
ttUWUNS, iLUWEKS, UHIF
Are Sold at Very Reasonable Prices
Wire frames Made to Order.
30 KINO ST,
5-rooin House near Fort
Bridge. Only $8.00 p. m.
75 x 150 Building Lot at Fuunui,
close Liliha car line. Level, fine
view, fenced. At a bargain. $350.00.
P. E. R. Strauch
YOUR GROCER SELLS
Pau Ka liana
FOR SALE AT ALL BARS
Thorobred Bull Terriers
A. R. Rowat, D.V.S.
All kinds in rolls and sheet.
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Tel. 410. George Q. GuiM, Gen. Xgr.
HOTEL STREET NEAR FORI
Our Sodas 30c pir doz.
FOUNTAIN SODA WORKS,
Japanese Curios, Silk Kimonot,
Shirts, Pajcnas, Shirt Waists, Fancy
B0TEL STREET HUB BETHEL
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PLUMBING and PAINTING.
Office: Honolulu Painting Co., 221
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Personal Attention Given to Cuisine
ana Table Berne at All Hours. Best
Meals at Reasonable Prices.
J. NISHIHARA, Prop.
134 Beretanla near Fort St.
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You Want Electrio Wiring Done or
Private Telephone Installed or Dry
Batteries, call the
UNION ELECTRIC CO.,
69 Beretania St. Phone 319.
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