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You will save Money by buying
White Goods NOW
SWEEPING REDUCTIONS have been
made on desirable goods
White Goods 20c quality 122 YD.
White Goods 25c quality 15 YD.
30c and 35o quality 20 YD
White Goods 45c and 50c quality 35 YD,
jffiE WINDOW DISPLAY AND NOTE PRICES.
DRESS GOODS SALE
MONDAY, FEB. 1st
(Sec Saturday and Sunday's Papers.)
Sachs Dry Goods Co.,
I'ort nnd Bcretania, Opp. Fire Station
Get Your SS ZZ at Gurrey's
Great Lace Sal.
Plain and Fancy, in Black,
Russet, and Tan Leathers.
POST CARD ALBUMS.
Oat & Mossman,
78 Merchant St., near 'P. 0.
as fresh as today's
make can make
them at the
HOTEL NEAR UNION.
Will Ik i.ild for tho urrcst and con
dition of the tlilcf that hroko Into
no Hloru H.itnnl.1), tho HHil Inst
CM!)-3t M H COt'NTKH.
Coinio, Sentimental and just
We have a large pwortnicnt of Valentines and Valen
tine Novelties of all kinds, in prices from 2 l-2o to 50c each
Now is the time to get them; the first-comers will pick
out the prettiest. If yon have a valcntine across the sea,
send a pretty remembrance in time.
Hawaiian News Co
Hi ' nt 1 J" II
"WHEN ONCE YOU TRY,
YOU'LL ALWAYS BUY
IT'S WHOLESOME because it is rich and pure.
IT TASTES BEST because it is richest and purest.
Ask Your Grocer
Fine Wines and Liquors
LOVEJOY & CO., LTD.
902-004 Nuuanu Ave. Phone 308
The Encore Saloon
Try a drink at the new place and
have "MATT" HEFFERN serve you.
COR. HOTEL and NUUANU,
Delivered to residences
and offices 'at 25c per
hundred in 10-lb, lots
W. O. BARNHAPT,
133 Merchant St.
Pau Ka Hana
is a necessity to the person
who believes cleanliness is
next to Godliness.
IS REPORTED UPON.
Specialist, Cooper Tells'
How Promotion Has !
Following Is Ihc Yofwrl ninilo to the
Promotion Committee on the news
paper promotion work cloiio since that
(lepirttncnt mih iMnbllxlied
Jami.ir) .18, 1909.
Mr II I' Wood, Seirctnry the lln-
Willi l'romot lon Committee:
Sir I heg to Mibmit herewith
scime'diitn nhnnlni; the results ot tho
pork of the Press News llureaii ,un
indlciiiccl hy returns at hnml emlirac-
Iiir the month of Uecemlier, llius, us
Tho onl way wn hnvo for keepliiK
check on what wo arc ueeoniplishlnK
through the llurcnii Is li tho publi
cation which lira sent tin, h the pub-
lUhcrs, nml through the clipping liu-
ic.ius I'rom theso two sotirtes we
liiUo clipping of matter fiirnishcil
l us, aRKreRatliiK 9IH (oliimn Inches
tf space, Thero lire 4'.t piibllmtlons
which prlntei) this matter, s'cuttcrtil
oer '.'.I illffercnt Stales .None ot
these papers lmve u rlrcut.itlon of
lew than 1000, anil most of them
liiWo several times that amount. The
Allmnk (N Y ) Journ il, Toledo (O )
filmic, Itlchmoml (Vn ) Dlnputch,
Hostcin (Muss ) Herald, Columbus
(O ) Journal, 1'lttsbiirK M'n) DIs-
patt h and Omaha (Neb,) Newn, which
ire iimonR the impers which used
cur xerWco Inst month, line circula
tions rniiRlnR from Ib.lion to IMO,-
ilOO 0cr half or the 4U arc credit
ed with circulations of 4000 or oer,
Ironi which It Is to be been that niiiib
facts about Hnwall reached the
hands of a cry largo number ot per-
Hy examining the dippings from
which the nbuto llguns are prepar
ed, nnd which nccompaii) this report,
oit will note that 400 Inches aic
trom clipping bureaus, white C! 1
Inches hao been taken from the
files of papers sent us by publishers
You will also note that the papers
icpresentcil In the two lots arc dlf
fcient This has been true to a sur
prising degree eer slnco this llurcau
stnrtcil, nnd would Indicate that the
illpplug service ccners the field wo
re.uh ery poorly. Although It Is
Impossible to get mora than a small
per tent of papers to carry us on
their mailing lists, tho evidence from
tho above Indicates that we probably
learn of hut a low pcrccntago of the
matter bent out that is really pub
lished I would further point out that the
month of December is scared) n rep
resentative month, Inasmuch ns news
papers ever where aticrlflco their
leading spare to the heavy run of
In the nine and a half months that
the News llurcau has been establish
ed, wo hnvo tent out 29 news sheets,
or nn average of ono In ten dajs. Ile
Ide3 vvt hnve distributed several
thousand copies of tho Democratic
and Republican Territorial platforms
furnished lis hy the, central commit
tees of the two parties, ns well -as
i.pcc.lal mntter to a considerable
amount on request from various pub
lications. Kvery mull brings acknowledg
ments and appreciations from pub
lishers, particularly from among the
trade publications Tho Implement
nnd Vehicle Iteeord of San l'r.inclsco
ami I'oitlnnd writes
"Wo have received copy nf your
bulletin nnd would be glad to have
Jem Place us on jour list We
i-rc particular! Interested In mo
ttling pertaining to implements, ve
hicles, harness, and luirdwnro trades
mid would he gl.id to have cuts or
photos of a n J of the establishments
In these lines In the Islands 1'ei
haps we could give ou desirable pub
llcily In this vvii) Also nil) thin,;
pertaining to Hawaii's agricultural
The Knglncerlng News of New
York thanks us for Items relative to
construction work sitnt them and asks
to he placed cm our list
The Health Culture Magazine ot
Passaic, N. J., states that It has used
seme of our matter 'and asks for moro
concerning life In Hawaii, soclhl life,
foods, drtss, etc, with illustrations.
The renl estate editor of the ltee-crd-llerald,
Chicago, writes for data
and Illustrations for an article on
Opportunities In Hawaii.
In such work as this we are onl
limited by our facilities mid time, for
there Is no lack of Interest In Hawaii
on the mainland
Wo have made u special feature of
exploiting the agricultural progress
of the Territory, nnd hnve n largo
number of agricultural publications
which use everything we can send In
(his line. Our exploitation of the
pineapple, business has attracted
much attention, as did the data tent
out regarding the experiments in cot
ton-rnlslng An n resdlt ot this lat
ter, requests have tomo for fuller in
formation from a Ictdlng textile
trade magazine ot llostnn, unci I'rof.
1 II. Krauss of tho V 8 Agricultur
al Experiment Station Is nt present
I reparlng an article and getting pho
tos rendv for It nt our request.
Dr Wilcox of tho Experiment Sta
tion Is also preparing n series of ur
tides pn practical agricultural top
ic uhlcli will be published in c i
Imllitlti over his slgnntuic
i dnll send marked copies itm
local papers to publications In vnii
uiis parts of the count!), vvheneci
iiij Item would be of nn local In
tercn In nliy particular lommiinltv
oi tci ,m p.irtlculir Interest He
sides Hits uc dull) send out stamp d
with nur name and In our rpeilal
wrnppei ten or inure of the Horn -lulu
paieis to a (hanging list of
newspapers all over (he flitted States
mid ( nntdii with the result that
much Intercn I-. imii ed bv the splen
did shnnliiL' ulil h , Hi publications
innke In c cimp c!iiHi ujh riainland
I 1 'I lis
wn.i i roopmi I
The Supreme CouiPilili iiiornliu
nuclei nl n decision In the ei nf Kn
I nlamola tf Williams vs It ("is
lie trustee, nfllnnlug Ihu decree sus
t-iltilng n demurrer to n petition fur the
ndnieisiirement of e'owir lirouxhi ii
tho plaintiff The svllubm I ns fid
Doner -right of widow of bi nolle I
nry of Ineomo for life Under n Iruct
to pay Income to the testator's widow
end children' nnd the; survivor of them
i mid upon the death of miv of the c.hll
dren to his or her children: the est ite
to he divli'ed upon tho cleith o' Mn
survivor of the testator's widow i ic
children the widow of n child dvlng
during the eontlnuinc of the trust
has) no present rlKht of done r from tin
185 editorial rooms 250 busl
ness office. These are the telephone
numbers of tha Bulletin office
FORT STREET RENTS
MAY ADVANCE WITH
GROWTH OF TOWN
I h i ' i li ii ' I in I'eirt
mil t i il i 'I 'Ms
lv h in il H ii i u '.(' by
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some t ii c ' '
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frrcd nt lh rate o' ii M
Wilcox Is understood to ' , , h is I
tile control of lh estate the pi Ice Is
imt ns largo as as nrst i c lon d al
thuiish It must run well m lid a nun
lire I ihciiisanil dcillers
The siiitemenl Is tnm'i' 'hat tho
llrcwrr Kfvtp lU'ired oilv a pix or
seven per cent net Income on the prop
en v nnd this was not lurue- -nniwh
f r lliem altli'iaich attra. the tn one
who would b (tervonal'v Interrstnel In
making Improvement nn I jvroinottn?
Mi' drv inpmrat of ihi t"n
It Is not nntlelpstc-el tt i- m ui
eihjeetloti lll be midi ! Il-e ii'inee
of ratitals s fort strroi l still con
sldered the p-tnll eente' rn-l lis mir
chants pieets to hold ihel- urouiil
for tnnnv vears to crtn
lllank boolei- of all sort ledgerc
etc manufacture 1 be tbp liullctln
'The Finest Bathing on the Beach."
Meals At All Hours,
WINES, LIQUORS, AND CIGARS.
W. 0. BERGIN, Proprietor.
Owner of an old mercantile house
wishes to associate himself with a
business man who is willing- to take
an active part 'and put $5000 into the
business to enlarge it. Absolutely
safe. Legitimate returns assured.
Bank and commercial references.
,For particulars apply
P. E. R. Strauch
Used and Second-Hand
7A S. JONG' ST
Hawaiian Iron Fence and Monument Works
NEXT TO YOUNQ DLDQ., 176 190 KINO 8TREET. PHONE 237.
For One Week, commencing Feb. ist,
To make room for a Carload
of Piano's now on tlie way
4 Others of Weil-Known Makes - Very Cheap
THESE Pianos were taken in exchance
on Steinway Grands and other
high-priced Pianos during our holiday
trade., They have been thoroughly
overhauled and put in repair by our
We also offer for sale at a liberal
I STEINWAY UPRIGHT, used only 20 months
I STARR UPRlGfflrTused only 18 months
On Easy Terms to suit customers.
We have our regular lino of STEINWAY
and other first-class Pianos at fair prices and
Thayer Piano Co.
156 Hotel Street, opposite Young Hotel
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