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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H FRIDAY, DEC' 11, 1908.
The Christmas Store
Money Saved by Shopping Here
Specials for Thursday & Friday
t Baby Ribbons
10 yards in a pices, nil colors, 15c quality, 10 a
In pretty designs and colorings, 15o quality, 10 n
FOR FANCY WORK.
SI ?5 nunlitv 5 .05 A YARD
:o Sily :::::::::::::::.: gi.oo a yard
$1.76 quality f ?1.2S A YARD
Oct your Coupons for the Doll Contest. A. vote free
with every 25c. Purchase.
Specials for Saturday
1G Button White lisle Gloves, sizes 0 to 7 1-2, $1.00
quality, G5 a pair.
EMBROIDERED STOCK COLIARS.
Very latest, 20c collars, 128.
" ""? IONGCIOTH.
12-yard pieces, 2.75 quality, $1.05 a piece.
MONDAY SOUVENIR DAY. . '
Watch for our Saturday and Sunday ad. (
N. S. Sachs Dry Goods Co., Ltd,,
CORNER FORT AND BERETANIA STREETS.
WILL TOUR ISLANDS
IN BIG MOTOR CAR
Of San Francisco
When llio Alameda hrrlves lforu
Christmas morning, she will Wing J
Charles fliccn, thu Han Krnnclscu mil
llonalie, IiIh wlfo ami sou, Miss I.yrila
Glbbona, u guest of the Oroons, Wal
ter Scrlbncr, Orcen's charfcur, ami
Green's big touring car.
It Is tho Intention of Oreon ami his
family to maku a thoroimli tour of
Mich of tho Hawaiian Islands ns nrc
suited to autotnobllo travel. Tho ca
whlch ho Is bringing with hi in Is a
high power, thoioughly modern ma
chine, and capable of being driven
nnyvvhero that a motor car can ba
Oreen Is one of tho wealthiest bus.
Ir.ess men of San Krnnclsco. Tie wns
for a long time tliu moving spirit In
tho big advertising Itrtii of Vnrnoy &
(It eon, whoso sign boards dot the hill
I hies throughout the entlru West, and
Is u prominent member of tho Million
Ho Is known ns one of the most en
thusiastic autolsts In California, and
he has already made several tours
which have set lecorils for pleasure
It Is the Intention of tho CI r ceils to
tnko In every point of Interest In the
Territory. They have mailo no plnns
beyond hero and will not maku up
their nilnds concerning their next des
tination until everything connected
v. Illi Hawaii has been Inspected,
WANTS CHILD BACK
BIG SCARCITY OF
Real Estate Men Believe,
This Is a Sign Of
That Honolulu must, havo been
struck by an Influx of new resident'
Is tho opinion or the real estate ogeuU
of Jho town. They base their conclu
slons on the fact Hull It Is almost Im
possible to secure good houses foi
rent, the scnrcin having been noticed
by nil of the big agencies. In some
cases peoplo who afo after houses
have left nppllcitlous with tho agen
clcs In order to have tho first show
whenever a suitable house becomes
"Wo havo reined nil of our houses
ranging In rental from $25 to HO,'
said 55. K. Mycin of the Hawaiian
Trust Co. this morning. "The demand
for houses of tint character Is much
larger than thu supply. Of course, the
fact that some eople have had to
move out from Wolklkl on account ot
the condemnation piocvcdlngs might
account .for this to somo extent, bm
only to a very limited degree. It
might also bo thought that many had
left boarding hoaxes to go Into house
keeping, but I understand that the
boarding houses are nearly all filled
It Is evident that there must hnc
been r.ulto n number of new people
coming hero to live, and I look tipln It
as a sign of propcrlty."
Mannger-Stoore of tho Watcrhousc
Trust Co.'g real (state oltlce and tle
Trent Co. both retried tho same state
ot uffalrB as described by Myers, and
ascribed It to the same causes.
For Grown-Ups and Little FolRs
All New and Fancy Bound. Delightful stories for chil
dren. Ask to see "Dorothy and the Vizards of Oz" and tho
New Hairison FisherBook.
Pretty Paper and Linen Picture Books.
ALL LATEST POPULAR FICTION
Christmas Cards, Stickers, Tags, Etc., Etc
OPEN EVERY NIOHT TILL CHRISTMAS.
Hawaiian News Co., Ltd.
New Line of
Just what you want for the holidays,
Xj. Ahoy, Nuuanu below Hotel
Queer Case To Be Taken
, Before Chief
A Porto Itlcan, named Lorenzo Horn
Inlclil, was arrested this morning and
is being held for Investigation, and In
connection wth this hangs n lather
peculiar tnle, tho facts of whlcn mo to
bo brought beforo Chief Just'cii II irt
well by Detect Iro Mlnvlello who Is
handling tho case.
It apicars that somo time ago tho
Domlnlchl family was In gre.it lllltiu.
Tho head of tho family was out of
work, his wlfo sick and the wholj fam
ily destitute. The woman was jeut to
tho hocpltal by tho Associated Chuil
ties, three of tho children wcro taken
caro of by tho Salvutlon Army, ami
the fourth child, a boy, was given In
tho caro of his godfather, a I'oito
According to Mlnvlello this man
wanted to adopt tho boy, but Domini
thl refused to consent. Ho took tho
child mvny and gave It over to a Chin
ese. Tho Chinese also wanted to
adopt ;ho boy, and Dnmlnlchl consent
ed to this, Ho told Mlnvlello that tho
Chinese had loaned him Sit, and be
cause ot this act of kindness ho con'
tented. In tho meantime tho mother
had h'en discharged from tho hospit
al, nnd according to her statement,
the was taken to iho olllco of a not
ary, where sho waB told to make n
mark on certain papers. This, sho
says, sho did without knowing the
contents of tho document, but later on
sho found that sho had signed a legal
consent to tho adoption of her son by
Sho reported the matter to Mlnvlello
nnd this morning It was learned that
Domlnlchl hud engaged passago to
tho Co ist on tho China, his ticket hav
ing besti paid for by, the Chinese. Ho
was then placed In the lock-up, nnd ns
tho woman has not tho money to pay
uu nttorncy to hnvo tho adoption of
her child Bet aside, tho matter will be
taken to thu Chief Justice
A. J. West Seamen Lose
Regal Christmas Shoes
IN THE NEWEST FALL SHADES AND PATTERNS
Nothing makes a more sensible ami
practical gift than one of our Christ
mas Certificates an order for a pair of
Regal Shoes, Black Russian Calf.Russet
Copper Tans two of our handsomest
Buy your husband a pair of
H you find a slipper just as
good as one of our Regals, you
will also find that it is much
more expensive. Slippers arc
$1.50 to $3.50
: 1 ,
REGAL SHOE STORE
Corner of King aud Bethel Streets
Judge Dolo rendered a decision this
morning In thu case of John K. Fclil
son et nl vs. the American schooner A
J. West. Tho men lose and tho libel
in dismissed. The s)llabus reads:
Dlschurgo of seamen: Refusal by
tho crew, without Justification, to obey
lawful orders of a ship's oirtccrs. Is
sufficient reason for their discharge
Lawful order under shipping art
icles: An order by a ship's olllcei
commanding the crow- to raise the
t nchor by means ot tho capstan, In
connection with docking the vessel
when there was no steam for thu don
I'oy engine, Is a lawful order under
shipping articles whereby the crow
nave ngieed "to bo obedient to the
lawful commands, ... of their
uupcrlor officers In everything rel.it
Ing to tho vessel."
Sntuu: An order to the crew from
tho shifts oincers, on reaching port, to
Hit thu sail covers on thu reefed sails
Is nUo a lawful ordor under such ship
Seamen refusing duty Wanes: Sen-
tnon refusing duty and thereafter dis
charged arc not entitled to pay fur the
time during which they refuse duty.
A nurfiber of sailors brought suit
against thu vessel on tho ground that
they 'vero discharged from tho ship
on arrival In Honolulu from (iray'H
Harbor without causo and in violation
of their shipping articles. .They asked
for postage money back! to Dray's Har
bor and a total ot S21C.J5 each for
wages and maintenance.
ENGINEERS INSPECT TURBINE.
$1 a Year
Honolulu Conimamlery, K. T held
Its annual election ot officers yester
day afternoon with tho following ro-
sult: W. II. Goetz. Kmlnent Com
mander; A. M. Merrill, Generalissi
mo; J. S. McCandless, Captain Oeu
huI; A. Lewis, Jr., Senior Warden;
i:. Hughes, Junior Warden; David
Diyton, Ticusuicr; J. D. Tucker, Re
Tho Hawaiian nngluccrlng Associa
tion hold Its regular monthly meeting
last evening, tho subject for discussion
being tho Wustlughousu-rnrsotiB steam
turbine, on which a paper had been
written by W. C. Hair.
After the reading of tho paper nnd 11
limited discussion, tho members" of
tho association went to thu power
liouso of tho Hawaiian Electric Com
pany, where Mr. Hair had recently In
Hulled a 750 K. W., 2200 volt, alternat
ing current turbo-electric generator
built by tho Wcstlnghouso Machine
Company and the Wcstlnghouso Elec
tric -ind Manufacturing Company.
Tills machine was shown In active oi
(ration carrying tho entire load ot the
Hawaiian Klcctrlc Company.
Bulletin Business Office Phone 250.
bulletin Editorial Room Phone 185.
Building Site at
Puunui, near Coun
try Club. 2 Acres
for $750. Scenery
P. E. R. Strauch
WATTY BLDO, 74 S. KING ST.
BIG COFFEE CARGO
FROM KONA PORTS
2120 Bags Brought
To Port This
The steamer Mnuna I.oa arriving
Ire) in Kan, K011.1 and Man I puits this
morning hi ought tho n'cord coffee
ihlpment of the present eur, no less
than 2120 bags Most of this vvni
i hipped from Napoopoo, being tho jno
duct of thu Captain "Cooke, Kaaualu.i
i.nd IMckfelil plantations.
On tho Kan roust a very stiff wind
Mill heavy swells wcro cncounteied
and as a consequence only 525 bags
of sugar weie tuken aboard. About
10,170 bags, which woro ready for
chlpment, had to bo left behind.
Purser Ki lei reports' that tho
drought still continues In Knu. There
hnvo been some slight showers at l'a
haltt in tho evtnlngs, but they have
not been sufficient to be of much benefit.
Tho Volcano Is still quite active, the
leflcctlnu being veiy plain at Kan.
-"For 8alt" cards at Bullitln.
Our New Line of
Mesh Bags and Purses
titi.U'tJT? is going like hot cakes. !
The quality of the jcoods in connection with the I0W
PRICES will simply astonish you.
Yon can now see our large assortment of JEWELRY,
TOILET WARE, and NOVELTIES.
J. A. R. VIERRA & CO.,
When you get
us to make
r f 25. suits
f 30. up.
GEO, A. MARTIN,
FOR THE HOLIDAYS
BERGSTR0M MUSIC Co., Ltd.
Japanese Curios, Silk Kimonos,
Shirts,! Pajamas, Shirt Waists, Fancj
HOTEL STREET NEAR BETHEL
The Encore Saloon
Try a drink at the new place and
have "MATT" HEFFERN serve you,
COR. HOTEL and NUUANU.
Inexpensive and therefore Droner as trifts to ladv
TOILET WATERS, FINE SOAPS.
FRENCH, ENGLISH, AMERICAN,
Product of the Best Factories.
Benson, Smith & Co.,
HOTEL AND FORT STREETS.
This sale applies only to tht main store at Eleele.
A Great Reduotion in all Lines of
These will be sold at LESS THAN COST : ENGLISH
TAILOR GOODS, BOOTS and SHOES, HATS and CAPS,
MEN'S SOCKS, At Sacrifice Prices. All These Prices
A fine line of Fancy Wines and Liquor for the Christ
mas trade in our Liquor Department.
J. I. Silva's Store, Eleele, Kauai
Weekly Bulletin $1 Per Year