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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H , MONDAY, DEC. H, 190S.
OUR STOC.C OF HOLIDAY GOODS was never
quite so choice or so complete as it is this
season. We have drawn heavily upon the
large manufacturing houses of Europe", Amer
ica, and the Orient, and are prepared to show you
values such as yoi have never seen before.
We buy dircot, and get the lowest prices on our
poods, with discount for cash; and v.e can afford to sell
them at a small profit because they sell FAST that way.
Just stop in and see the prices on our HOLIDAY
GOODS and NOVELTIES. Our specials are only an
indication of the low prices that prevail everywhere
in our store.
Tuesday and Wednesday
DRESS VOILES Stvlish hair stripes and pretty plaids.
25c quality,' 15 A YARD.
TURKISH TOWELS Extra heavy, $3.50 quality,
KIMONO HANDKERCHIEFS A variety it patterns,
12Vic quality, af 8 1-3J A YARD.
DRAPERY AND KIMONO SILKS
ity, G0 YARD.
75c and 00c qutil-
GAINING IN POPULARITY. '
The two HANDSOME DOLLS, now on display in
our Show Windows, will be GIVEN AWAY
on Christmas Eve. to the two children getting the
highest number of votes.
Every Vote Counts
A voting Coupon free with every 25c purchase.
N. S. Sachs Dry Goods Co., Ltd.
CORNER FORT AND BERETANIA STREETS.
Associate To Raise
Wages Of Japanese
THAT IS WHAT AGITATORS SAY THEY ARE DOING DETAILED
SPEECHES OF SESSION THAT WAS HELD FRIDAY.
OTHERS PROMISED TO FOLLOW WERE
SOME SCARED AWAY?
Good folks Take
It's a Good Sign
If it's painted by
The Paint Shop. 134 King St
Zoklu Klsel Knl or "Association
for Higher Wages." Is tho name at
n newly organized Japanese htlf,
which met Friday In tho Japanese
. M. C. A. bulldjng on Kultul street,
to ndwicate that higher wages bo
paid the Japanese plantation labm-crs.
"Wo ask that the Japanese planta
tion laborers be given wages not low
than $22. r.O per month."
With the above statement, enro-
fully written on a blackboard. In ol
der that the speakers In addressing
the meeting, might be guided by it,
the meeting was formally opened by
0. Negoro. He said:
"Gentlemen, we are gathered heio
tonight to discuss one of the most im
portant matters that pertains to our
fellow-countrymen, particularly the
laborers. It Is rather unfortunate
that those who have consented to be
present here tonight to take part in
the discussion have not come. It miy
be posslblo that they have been com
pelled to stay away by some nutsli'e
influence which wants to lnterfeie
with our work. The subject of high
er wages has been taken up by the
Japanese newspapers, which, by tho
way, hae now abandoned It alto
gether. Our duty toward our felto'v
countrymen Is to encourage them to
work Industriously for their employ
ers, not to agitate trouble between
the employers and employes. What
we want to do for them Is to see that
they nro given good wages instead
of seeing them classed much Interior
to the Porto Means, who receive bet
ter wages than tho Japanese, but
whose sen Ices are not more satisfac
tory to tho planters.
'It Is to the advantage of the cm-
p!oers to piy good wages to the em
ploys nnd expect to get good return
for the same. Wo are today living In
a chltlzed country, where schools are
better fitted for tho education of our
joutlis, than perhaps In many a coun
try. ' The living expenses are high nnd
hence, our children, cannot bo proper
ly clothed when they go to school. It
Is certainly a disgrace to both Ha
waii and tho schools to allow our
children to appear In ragged clothes.
Hut, alas! how can we help It? Our
means lire limited and there Is no
way by which we can clothe our chil
dren for school attendance. The prlcfl
of Japanese staplo foods Is much
higher today tltnn ever before, and
It is only with absolutely ' strict
economy that tho Japanese laborers
arc managing to get along with the
wages they are receiving from tho
"Let us therefore go ahead with
the spirit of 'Yamuto-tamashl,' pa
triotic spirit, and do whut we can for
uur fellow laborers, who are working
When you are
tiled, and just a little
depressed, how a cool,
sparkling glass of
Primo does cheer you
There is nothing
like it. No beer ever
brewed has the same
soft, full flavor, the
delicious, tingling SNAP to itthat i'sin
every glass of Primo.
It's wholesome, too, and good for
you; ,a tonic and food of the highest'
. Primo Beer for Health
hard far their masters. It we fall In
our effort, nt least, we have done our
share llko men. It Is up to the plan
ters cither to hear or tm n down our
petition. What we want Is fair play.
Pay every laborer alike, regardless
of his color, race, 'or nationality.
"Before concluding I wish to stats
that whllo we are asKlnfi for an in
crease In tho men's wages, let us also
remember that we are In full smpa
tli with the women laborers, who
are doing their best for the benefit
and prosperity of their cmplo)crs. If
we are turned down In our prnjci,
let us take the consequences of out
Negoro was loudly applauded nt
the conclusion of his speech. Kiod.
K. Maklnu then took the chair and
officially announced the meeting op
ened for business. There was a little
delay In getting the speakers on their
feet. Kach o'ne glanced at the other
as If wondering how to address (ho
Mr. Tasakn, a representative of tho
Nlppti Jiji, then jumped to his fict
and started the ball rolling. He said
that It was necessary to nppolnt offi
cers of tho association. This was
done, resulting In the selection of Y.
Ishli, who was not present, as chali
man; Fred. K. Maklno, vice chair
man; G, Negoro, secretary; and '.I.
Yamashlro, treasurer. Theso ofllccis
constitute the executive 'committee.
The general committee numbers 20
In all. It is subject to tho assign
ment of the" executive committee to
certain work. The committee, will
open an office. The committee wunts
to get right down to bnslneRs and
wilt commence to comiriunlcate with
the outside districts as well ns Hono
lulu. There were several spe ikers on tho
floor but nothing particularly impor
tant was brought to the uttentton of
tho meeting. K. Matenda, whd Is in
business on Fleretunla avenue oppo
site Mainnkea street, offered one i(
the rooms of his place for the use ol
the officers, b'ut as there was no mon
ey avallablo It' was decided that- the
matter be left' In the Vands-of"' tho
executive committee. Th'e committee
will prepare a resolution to be pre
sented to the Planters' Association.
It will, however, be submitted for ap
proval to u mass meeting to bo held
probably a week from next Saturday.
The meeting will take place In the
Asahlzo theater on Maunnkea street,
provided It Is available. It Is ex
pected' thnt delegations -nr labore-s
will como up from outside districts
to express tholr opinion ns to the
nttltude to be taken toward the Plan
ters' Association, It was reported
that the merchants who promised to
he prcBout last night were at the tart
minute frightened away by fear lest
their names might be published la
the newspapers. None of the mem
bers of tho Japanese Merchants' A3
tociatlan were present. iTlie? Hotel
Union was represented W 41Ucsmii.
Yamashlro, "Kawasaki,- Komeya, and
several others. Dr T. Mltamura was
present but did not take part In the
There being no other business pre
sented, tho meeting adjourned after
passing votes of thanks for Mr.
Shlmamorl, who had given tho use
of the hall, with three rousing bengals.
Negoro gave a long list of leading..
Japanese merchants who he salo had
expressed themselves In favor of the
worn. MW A)TO WM1M
t?T ?! ?1?M?'M ?'f -Theortlinawrangcorsiz,
lfMftoM?M -The REGAL range of .vz
SPECIALS $4 AND $5.
EGAL Q JARTER-S1ZES mean absolute pre
cision ot nt, genuine snoe-comion anu per
manent retention ot tnc original snapc.
Whv hnnld vmi wear shoes that are a
HHV tni ttirht or n little too loose, when vou
can get jour EXACT fit in REGAL Quarter-Sizes t
In REGALS you can get the one-quarter and
three-quarter steel IN BETWEEN the ordinary whole
and half-sites. This gives yon TWICE as many fittings
as yon can obtain in any other shoes made. Because,
except in REOALS, you arc limited to full and half
sites. 243 new REGAL models this Winter. Every one
is perfect in style, with all this season's fashion-feat-ores
of shape, leather, and finish as fonnd in the highest-price
Nowhere else in the world can you obtain equal
shoe-value at anywhere near REGAL prices.
NEW FALL AND WINTER STYLE BOOK SENT
FREE ON REQUEST.
MAIL ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED.
One of the new Regal Models
correct for this season.
Regals are made inall leathers
REGAL SHOE STORE
Corner of King aud Bethel Streets
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
HAWAII IN REPORT OF
Tho annual report of Secretary
Cortelyou ot the Treasury Depait
ment has tho following reference to
The debt ot Hawaii, assumed by
the terms of the Joint resolution of
July 7, 1898, consisted or 13,23r,40G
In Interest-bearing bonds and $764,
570,31 In postal savings deposits.
This Indebtedness has been fully paid
by the United States, except 'i,
11)3,80 in postal savings certificates
not jet presented for payment. 'r
The appropriation of iT.OOO.o'uO
provided by the Congress for the liq
uidation in part of awardamade foi
property destroyed In suppi easing tlio
bubonic plaguo In tho Territory In
1890 and 1000 has been practically
expended, The First National flank
ut' Honolulu reports that twenty-six
award:), amounting to 12,298.71, are
now outstanding, '
Recorded Dee. 7, 1908.
Harry Wicks to Sarah I. Wicks;
! A; general powers. II 304, p 487.
Dated Sept 13, 1907.
Klla A C Iiik tr to Kcoho i't ill,
I); por II I' 7429, Mali Award CI, Hn
lukauwlla St, Honolulu; tr.. II .110,
p 417. Dated Mar 27, 190S.
H llnikfeld & Co Ltd to Dald W
Crowlc; D; lots 47 and 48, Illk l
Kaptolanl Park Addtn, Honolulu,
$35. II 311, p 219. Dited Nov 1W,
Kaplolanl Est Ltd ct nl by tr to
(leorge 11 Holt; Par ltd; It l''s 3421
and 879, rents, etc, Kauallo.l, Wntii
lua, Oaliu; 1500, ctc. II 312, p 6.1.
Dated Dec 5, 1908.
I Kaplolanl Est f.td ct al by tr to
George 'II Holt; AM; mtg II Holt tt
al on nor It V 1730. Kul 729. Queen
1st, Honolulu: R P'l 3424 and 87J.
Knwnlloa, Walalua, Oahu; $257.40
II 312, p 55. Dated Dec 5, 1908.
Georgo II Holt and wf to TrH of
Kst of W C Minalllo: M: It P's 3424
and 879 and rents of same, Kawal-
loa. Walalun; por Ap I, It I' 5597
and rents of same, cor Maunnkea and
Pauahl Sts, Honolulu; rents on Iea30,
hold cor Queen nnd Punchbowl Sts,
Honolulu; 13500. II 312, p 5G. Da
ted Dec 6, 1908.
Wm (1 Irwin by atty to Wong
Kwal; Ttel; pors It P's 6 and 1744.
cor King and Niuianu Sts, Ap 2, It
P 1035 nnd por Ap 1, U P 2075, Tort
St, Honolulu; S7000. n 312, )
61. Dated Dec 7. 1908.
TO CURE ACD1D IN QNEDAY
Tablets. All druggists refund
the money if it fails to cure,
E. W. Grove's signature is on
PAKIS MEDICINE CO , St. Lauii, U. & A,
BAb TI m .S
vvux- xew ajiuu ux m
Mesh Bags and Purses I
is going l.ke hot cakes. J
The quality of thi gooJs in connection with the LOW
PRICES will simply astonish you.
You can now see our hrcc assortment of JEWELRY,
TOILET WARE, and NOVELTIES.
J. A. R. VIERRA & CO.,
Tho Hasnullnn band will pla nt a
public concert to uo khoii at i.mnini
Squaro this evening at 7:30 o'clock: (
March King Itudlum .... Chambers
Otertuio Naklrls Wedding ... I.lnko
Oavotto Tiuo I.oo .... Krctschmoi
Selection Sulllan Songs ,.. Kappcy
Vocal Haw allun Songs ar. by Merger
Selection Jolly Jingles Neat
Patrol of tho Scouts lloccalari
Waltz Tho Skaters ..... Wuldteuful
Tho Star Spangled Uannvr.
Now hags and purses for ladies and
children nt Whitney &. Marsh's.
Inexpensive and therefore proper as gifts to lady
TOILET WATERS, FINE SOAPS.
FRENCH, ENGLISH, AMERICAN,
Product of the Best Factories.
Benson, Smith & Co., Ltd.,
HOTEL AND FORT STREETS.
Hi U -
Building Site at
try Club. 2 Acres
for $750. Scenery
P. E. R'. Strauch
WATTY BLDO, 74 S. KOtO 81,
This sale applies only to the main store af Eleele.
A Great Reduction, in all Lines of
These will be soli 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 61 Per Year
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