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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, February 01, 1909, 2:30 EDITION, Page 3, Image 3',
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RVENINQ nUtlXTIN, HONOLULU, T. II., MONDAY, FEFJ. 1, 1909.
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TO create a week's rousing business,
we have made such deep cuts in
prices that our specials are unusually
attraotive, and bound to interest you.
Some of them are given below:
All Wool Plaid
52 in. wide, $1.25 quality... 05c yd.
All Wool Plaid
75c quality 50 a yd.
Cream Twine Voile
$1.50 quality 95
$1.25 quality S5
$1.25 quality 05 a yrt.
Grey Mixed Covert Cloth
$2.50 quality $1.50 a yd.
All Wool, $1.50 quality S1.00 a yd.
75c quality 550 a yd,
Black Knub Voile
$2.25 quality $1.05 a yd.
Navy Blue French Serge
$1.50 quality 050 a yd.
Tan, Grey, Navy,
90c quality 000 a yd,
Black and White
$1.25 quality , . 050 a yd.
All Colors, including black and white
75c quality 550 a yd.
Get Your SSlSSs at Gurrey s
BIO REDUCTIONS AT
Durable, Accurate, Easy of
See Our Line of
Oat & Mossman,
70 Merchant St., near P. 0.
35c quality 250 a yd.
Light Blue Henrietta
$1.25 quality G50 a yd.
Black Crepe de Paris
Silk and Wool
Sachs Dry Goods Co., Ltd.,
Fort and Beretania, Opp. Fire Station
Comic, Sentimental and just
We have a large assortment of Valentines and Valen
tine Novelties of all kinds, in prices from 2 l-2c to 50c each
Now is the time to get them; the first-comers will pick
out the prettiest. If you have a Valentine across the sea,
send a pretty remembrance in time,
Hawaiian News Co., Ltd.
there is one thing that you cannot afford to overlook, and
that is PURITY. Jellies, preserved fruits, and sweetmeats
are too often put up with preservatives and artificial flavor
ings and colorings. YOU KNOW .POSITIVELY THAT
And they taste better than any other that you can
make or buy.
Your Grocer Has Them
NO BETTER PLACE TOR
AN OUTINO THAN
ST. CLAIR BIDOOOD,
EXCELLENT LAUNDRY WORK
done by tht
with their new FRENCH
W7 Beretania St.
Fine Wines and Liquors
LOVEJOY & CO., LTD.
802-004 Nuuanu Ave. Phone 308
The Encore Saloon
Try a drink at the new place and
have "MATT" HEFFERN serve you.
COR. HOTEL and NUUANU.
W. 0. SMITH OBJECTS
Believes Honolulu Hale
Should Be Held By
"I want to offer a protest ngalnst
the Territorial Government Including
the premises of the old Honolulu
Hale In any land exchange," said
W. 0. Smith this morning to the
I! u 1 1 e 1 1 n in'nn.
"1 understand that there Is talk of
Including this Honolulu Hale prop
erty In an exchange that will enable
I lie Territory to gnln possession of
the land now occupied by C. Brewer'
& Co, on the waterfront. I
"1 have always opposed and be-'
llovc I am sound In opposing thol
tninsror to private parlies or any
public property In the heart of the
city. 1 believe. It was a mistake to
Roll the land on which the Yokohama
Specie Hank Is located.
"In the courso of time the postof
flco will be moved to the Mahuka site,
whero the Federal building will bo
"Thero can be no better alto for
the future city hall than tlio Hono
lulu Halo grounds and possibly the
present postofTleo hcadqunrtcrs. lin
ing near the police station, that Is
the logical place for the city hall.
"1 believe, the Territorial Govern
ment should not part by exchange or
unto with any public property In the
heart of the city. I opposed the ex
tension of the lcaso to Ilrcwer & Co.
when It was made. We should retain
possession of all land now In the cen
ters where public offices should nat
HELLO GIRLS SAY "PLEASE"
THE WORLD'S BEST MUSIC
BEROSTROM MUSIC Co., Ltd.
Delivered to residences
and offices at 25c per
hundred in 10-lb. lots
W. O. DARNHART,
133 Merchant St
'The Finest Bathing on the Beach,"
Heals At All Hours.
WINES, LIQUORS, AND CIOAR8.
W. C. BEROIN, Proprietor.
LUNCHES and DRINKS
The most popular
place in town.
The Fashion Saloon
Hotel St. near Fort,
lack Scnlly. Jack Roberts.
The Best Whiskey on the Market.
TH0S. F. McTIQHE & CO.. AQENTS.
101-105 KINO ST.
PHONE 140. P. 0. BOX 755.
cents n pound. The groat bulk of the
coffee exKirts of Porto Itlco under
f resent conditions goes abroad, while
practically nono of the. supply comes
to tho United States. The Imports of
colTco Into tho United States from
Ilrazll and other countries, It Is stated,
aro 1 billion pounds, nnd tho Porto
Illcans, who hac made representa
tions to tho committee on ways nnd
means that their product Is suiiorlor.
feel that they hao n rightful claim on
the government to recommendation
The present production In the Island
Ic snld to bo 31,000.000 pounds, but It
Is being nrgued that should a duty bo
Imposed this would Jump to 200,000
000 iouml8, a large portion of which
would come to tho United States,
The Porto Hlcan commission, which
was appointed by (he conwntloii held
at Ponce In November last, has held
conferences with Chairman Payne.
Speaker Cnnnon and many representa
tives nnd senators on tho subject.
Scnor Colasso, one of the commission
"Leaving nsldo the sentiment and
equity, which should be or should not
bo paramount In this innttcr, the
United States needs the ruu-imu
which will bo derived from tlio tux on
foreign coffees. When the head of n
family finds out that his homo ex
penses aro higher than his Income, ho
may or may not listen to tho argu
ments of his grocer, or dairyman who
supply his wants on those lines, and
lio see In his prosperity a way to
benefit themselves, but he is bound to
cover tho deficit by nny means ut
hand. Undo Snm needs' the money.
It is nil very welt to speak nbout re
trenchment of expenses, but can tho
United States go back on the new xl i-
cy nlilch calls for Increased ex-
I ernes?' ,
185 editorial rooms 250 busi
ness office. These are the telephone
numbers of the Bulletin office.
Executors Ask Authority
lleln Margethe Isenborg, J. V. Hack
fehl and 1). P It. Isenborg hao filed n
petition for the npprovnl of their nil
ntial accounts as executrix and exec
utors of the estate or Paul II. I. C.
Isenbcrg, and for nn order authorizing
n partial distribution of the estate.
They show that they have dlschnrged
their duties, nnd further that on Oct.
23, 1308, there were distributed to tho
heirs 12,000 common shares of II.
Hackfeld & Co.. Mil., ns follows: Mrs.
Iletu Isenberg. 1000 shares. Mrs. Dora
It. Isenberg, Paul 11. Isenberg. Johnn
ies Cnrl Isenberg, Mrs. Julio Hark
hnuscn, Mrs. Clara Weudrollv, lllchard
M. I-senberg, Mrs. Paula Volkmann nnd
estate of II. A. Isenberg 1000 shares
Tho statement shows that the re
ceipts amounted to a total of fc.no,
CS4.!3, of which $201,381.91 was a bal
ance of last j ear's accounts, U30,.00
wns collected on a 15 Kr cent dividend
on 9100 shares of II. 1 luck fold & Co.
Ltd , $150,037.50 wns collected In in
terest cm notes from II. A. Isenberg.
1'. Klnmp nnd J. I' llumhurg nnd on
n claim ugnlnst Hackfeld & Co., while
piOmentH made by the nboo men
tioned amounted to I273.7.V)
Tim disbursements amounted to
1502.9..2.7U. of which 1201.381 91 Is rep
lesented by nmounts distributed
among the heirs ns follows- Mrs I lei a
Isenberg (1-3) 108,127.30. 1). P. It. Isen
borg, .Mary I). P Isenborg .1 II Isen
berg. Kstuto II A Isenberg. Clara M
K Isenberg, H M. Isenberg. Julie M
P Isenberg nnd Paula II. J Volk
mann 117 "! SI each. Of the re
mainder $2'jn (Mm s represented by
nrlous pa mints, principally for
hnres In llnikfeld & Co.
It Is shown that there Is a balance
on hand of Size Mm, which tho peti
tioners nsk to distribute according to
tho terms of the will
PEARL HARBOR CAMP
(Continued from Pace 1)
tho plantation railroad from the O It.
& I Hues to tho reservation Thero
connections will be made with the gov
"Despite the fact that our camp will
be on the waterfront, and we hno our
own barges, we find that it will bo
cheaper to transport our materials
from here to Pearl Harbor bv rail,"
hnld Walter Dillingham to a Hullo
1 1 it reporter this morning
Tho men sent down to pearl Har
bor (his week will be quartered nt tho
Atkinson Grand Hotel o ntliu Queen
Kmma site, until tho temporary lodg
ing houses nnd tness halls can bo
Tho cntnp at Pearl Harbor will bo
r. complete city. It will bo lighted by
n prlvato electric plant, will have a
sower system, n wntes system, anil a
complete telephone system.
Tho water will hnvo to bo carried
about six miles, and the equipment will
include pipelines and n pumping plant.
The plpo will be laid nt once, work bo-
ginning by tho first of next week In
nil probability. A club house for tho
workmen Is projected In addition to
tho steeping quarters nnd eating halls.
Tramps took possession of the first
floor of the railroad signal tower nt
llurllngton, N. J., nnd when ordered
out by Henry Jncks, the operator.
thicntened to kill him. Jacks locked
himself in the lever room nnd tele
graphed to Camden, thirty miles
nwny. A freight engine wns rushed
to his assistance, the 30-mlle run be
ing made In twenty-nlno minutes.
New Manual Issued for Telephone
Operators in London
LONDON, Kng., Jnn. 9. A new
manual In potlto manners for trunit
telephone operators has Just been Is
sued by the Postmaster General. Tlio
Postmaster General is insistent that
tho word "Plcnso" 'should bo used
wherever possible, nlid ho states that
tho circular Is issued In order that
"abrupt and uncouth" expressions
may bo avoided in tho telephone ser
vice. Tho following are some cx-
tinctH from tho Instructions;
"A telephonist at tho position nn-
Bwcrlng a call should announce her
presence by saying, "Trunk, number
plcnso.' Falling to hear what tho
subscriber says, she should say,
'Plcnso repeat,' nnd so on.
"When u subscriber's nttentlon has
been obtained for a trunk call the
tclophonlst should say, 'What Is your
number, please?' If n subscriber hns
been kept waiting for more than (ha
regulation tlma tho telephonist
should add, 'Sorry to have you wult-Ing'."
Washington, Jnn. 9. Torlo Ulco,
through her resident commissioner In
tho United Stntcs, Mr. Larrlngn, nnd u
special commission which canio hero
for tho purposo, Is making a determln
cd fight for tho Imposition of n duty of
E cents n pound on foreign coffee. Ilo
tnuso of tho fact that slnco 1875 coffee
hns been on tho freo list, (ho Porto
Itlcans maintain that their principal
Industry, now that tho tariff Is nbout
to bo revised, should bo given proper
protection. It Is said that this would
not only Incrcnso tho production of tho
Island possessions of tho United
Stntes, but would go far toward bet
terlng tho condition of tho poorer
classes, who llvo almost entirely upon
rice, upon which thero Is a duty of 2
Great Clearance Sale
Used and Second-Hand
For One Week, commencing Feb. 1st,
lV is ' J.
The latest and largest assortment
of hand-made and painted leather
postcards in Hawaiian Views, Flow
ers and Fruits, at
WEEDON'S CURIOSITY BAZJIAR
Hotel St., bet. Bethel and Nuuanu, WAITY BLDO.
$23. Vineyard St. nr. Emma; 4-bed.
rooms, elect, light free.
$15. Nr. Fort St. Bridge, 2 Bedr.,
$0. Kunawai Hd., 1 Bedr. '
P. E.R. Strauch
B. KTNQ ST.
Hawaiian Iron Fence and Monument Works
NEXT TO YOUNG BLDG., 176-190 KINQ STREET, PHONE 237.
To make room for a Carload
of Pianos now on the -way
I Large, Fine-Looking (RQ1? K(
American Piano, at " 0tUU
4 Others of Well-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 UPRIGHT, used only 18 months
On Easy Terms to suit customers.
We have our regular line of STEINWAY
and other first-class Pianos at fair prioes and
Thayer Piano Co.
156 Hotel- Street, opposite JYoung Hotel