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TO create a week's rousing business,
we have made such deep cuts in
prices that our specials, are unusually
attractive, and bound to interest you.
Some of them are given below:
AH Wool Plaid
52 in. wide, $1.25 quality.. G5c yd.
All Wool Plaid
75c quality GO a yd.
Cream Twine Voile
$1.50 quulity 03
$1.25 quality S5
$1.25 quality 05 a yd.
Grey Mixed Covert lloth
$2.50 quality $1.50 a yd.
All Wool, $1.50 quality $1.00 a yd.
75c quality 55 a yd.
Black Knub Voile
$2.25 quality ?1.G5 a yd.
Sachs Dry Goods Co., Ltd.,
'Tort and Berctania,
there is one thing that you cannot afford to overlook, and
that is PURITY. Jellies, preserved fruits, and sweetmeats
aic 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
Pau Ka Hana
is a necessity to the person
who believes cleanliness is
next to Godliness,
Chas. R. Frazier
fhone 321. 122 King St.
M. A. Gunst & Co.
FORT AND KING STREETS
Bulletin Business Offlce Phone 250.
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 185,
Navy Blue French Serge
$1.50 quality , 95 a yd.
Tan, Grey, Navy,
00c quality 00 a yd,
Black and White
$1.25 quality 05 a yd.
All Colors, including black and white
75o quality 55 a yd.
35c quality 25 a yd.
Light Blue Henrietta
$1.25 quality G5 a yd,
Black Crepe de Paris
Silk and Wool
Opp. Fire Station
New Dress Goods
LADIES' WORSTED SHAWLS
NUUANU below HOTEL.
NO BETTER PLACE FOR
AN OUTING THAN
ST. CLAIR BIDGOOI),
Poor littlo fellow I ITo coughs
so hard ho cannot Bleep. That
makes him weak and sickly all the
next day. His brother thinks this
coughing is terrible. So do wo, for
we know that just a fow doses of
will stop tho cough. For sixty years
it has bcon tho standard remedy
with men, womon, and children for
colds, coughs, and all throat and
lung diseases. It contains no nar
cotic or poison of any kind. Be sure
that you got Ayer's Cherry Pec
toral. Accept no cheap and worth
rrtpirri tr Dr. J. C Ajni 4 C. IntD. Mm., U. S. A.
Durable, Accurate, Easy of
Sec Our Line of
Oat & Mossman,
76 Merchant St.. near P. 0.
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children.
fhe Kind You Have Always Bought
EXCELLENT LAUNDRY WORK
done by thi
with their new FRENCH
157 Bcretania St. Phone 1491.
Fine Wines and Liquors
LOVEJOY & CO., LTD.
002-904 Nuuanu Ave. Phone 303
The Encore Saloon
Try a drink at the new place and
have "MATT" HEFFERN serve jou.
COR. HOTEL and NUUANU.
Hear it, and you'll Want it.
BERGSTROM MUSIC Co., Ld.
Delivered to residences
and offices at 25o per
hundred in 10-lb. lots
W. 0. BARNHAFVT,
133 Merchant St.
'The FinesJ Bathing on the Beach."
Meals At All Hours.
I WINES, LIQUORS, AND CIOARS.
I W. C. BERGIN, Proprietor.
LUNCHES and DRINKS
The most popular
place in town.
The Fashion Saloon
Hotel St. near Fort.
FORT ST., below KING
VEHICLES FUR ALL
IN FLORAL PARADE
Carriages And Autos To
Those Who Will
The fact that u ilont own an au
tomobile or carrlnRe Is no rcnHon why
joit should not take part in the Floral
l'nrnilo If J on natit to Chairman
Frank Armstrong of tho Committee
en Carriages, stairs that It looks as
though ho would li.no more carriages
on his hands than he knows what to
do with, and ho will ho aht,o to supply
a largo number nf persons who will
decorato them and enter them In tho
"It seems as though most ol tho per
sons who' ovn carriage and horses
now also own .tulumohlles," said Mr.
Armstrong this morning, "nnd they
prefer to decorato and ehtcr their ma
chines rather than their other vj-
hlclcs. Wo have been offered the use
of quite a lot of carriages hy such
persons, provided wu can place them
In icaponslblo hands for tho day. I
would he glad to hear from nnvbody
on this matter, for wo want our car
riage division lo make a good showing.
All ono to whom nc supply u rig, will
however, ho expected to decornte suit'
nhly and drive It In the parade."
Tho Automobile Committee (J. M
Don sett, chairman) muy also ho nhlo
to supply n number of automobiles to
responsible persons who will decorate
them. A number of machines have
heen offered to the Committed by own
era who will he unable to enter them
personally on account of prior engage
ments, or press of business. Some of
theso may be supplied to schools
which are not- In position to supply
their own machines or floats
Thero Is nlsti'nn opiiortunlty for icr-
tons who are not able to npivar In the
p.trado personally, to help others to
do so. A number of schools In the
city, unairman lrahK Atlicrton re-
Mrtx, are Yen anxious to ho repre
sented, but their faculties cannot bio
their way cleqr to provldo tho money
required snltauij to decorate thcli
Among the schools which have prom
ised to take part are Knnieluimelia
Schools, tho High School, Oahu Col
lego, Kiiwalahno Seminary and Alllo
hint College. Tho comniltteo sincere
1 hopes that the patrons of other
schools, which cannot enter imlcsB the
expense of decorating Is provided 'for
will sco to providing the $15 to W?
necessary to purchase bunting, flag.
etc., nnd Hills' prevent the disappoint
meiit which the students will neccs
sailly feel If they urc not roniosciitcd
In the parade In which rival schools
lierhaks, are taking part
W II. Mcluernv, chairman of the
Island Princesses Committee, declares
that all doubt of tho success of this
section of the procession Is now re
moved, Only Hawaii and Maul (the
two largest Inlands) remain to lie
heard from, nnd If they fall lo send a
representative, it wilt ho jhissIIiIo lo
get representatives from among the
btudents of some of the schools in llo
uolulti who would he entire!) eligible
It Ik of course much to ho preferred
to hnvo each Island name lis own
cholco. lYaucIs, Gay, of Kntial, has
letit word that ho will send a Kauai
Princess, as well as n mount for her;
but ho has not Jet given Ihu lady's
name, Molokn) will ho represented by
Mrs. Thos. C. Illackwoll, n very graco
fill horsowoman, who took part In the
Mimo character two years ago and
mado n splendid Impression Oahu,
aB has been previously announced, will
ho represented by Mrs. Harry Holt
SAY WAGE QUESTION
(Continued from Faza 1)
have sent copies of our request for an
Increase of wages to President ltoose
vclt of tho Unitod States, to Prosl
dent elect Taft, to Secretary Strauss
of the Department of Commerce and
Labor to Count Okiiiuu nf Japan, to
Commissioner Ishll, who passed
through hero snuio tlmo ago, and to
tho repicscntntlves of the Japanese
newspapers In Japan.
"Wo do not Intend to do our work
becrotlj, but rather lo do It openly.
Our request lo the Planters Is a good
and stinlglilforwurrl one, It Is nothing
hut fair that tho Japanese laborers
should he paid equally as well as the
Porto Itlcnns and other laborers, who
$23. Vineyard St. nr. Emma; 4-bed
rooms, elect, light free.
?15. Nr. Fort St. Bridge, 2 Bedr.,
SO. Kunawai Rd 1 Bedr.
P. R R. Stranrli
WAITy jj- ?4 S) g
nru working on the plantations "flVpll HPf! I A
course, If tho planter, should decline Pi D W " I JmLM J I
to conccdo to our request It la their
'Some people nic ellentl anxious
to see us Indicted by the Ornnd Jur "
Mnklno Bnld today t lint ho nnd lilt
associates aro waiting ror answer rrbM ,, of Honolulu. Oahu, de
from the i gentlemen lo whom the I cra8C(1 order of Notice of Hearing
copies of tho request have been sent ,,ct,on for Administration. On
The Japanese newspapers arriving , fl h , of
from Japan shortly will contain some, g(jn Ba(, ,,
of the statements of Count Okiinn and , ... ,,,.',.. ..,... ..,
Commissioner Ishll on the high wage
matter. According to their advice. It
is said the local high-wage people will ,
D. Vonekura president of the Jap-',
aneso Mcrchan s Association when
seen today, stated hat tho hlRhaR
liroposltlon was not discussed hy the
Merchants' Association, hut that mem
bora have Individually expressed them
"Personally, I nm In favor of the in
crease of wages," said Yonekurn to
day. "I menu by It tho increase of
wages of all emplojeen, no matter
what positions they hold It would
community. Tho merchants, store-
keepers, professional men, mechanics
..nd the general public w... proflt by
It. Whllo I mako this statement,
want it clearly understood that I nm
not sicaklng for or In behalf of tho
,"In my opinion there Is no occasion
for tho JapancBo Merchants' Associa
tion to take up tho hlgh-wago mattoi,
which Is being publicly discussed in
tho Japanese newspapers. Tho matter
has gono so far that It Is not ndvlsnblo
for us to carry on tho work of tho high
'Tho planters should know what
they nro doing ns far as tho wages of
the laborers aro concerned. Our ac
tion In tho matter, it taken at all,
would not, I bcllovc, influcnco them
one way or tho other. The way tho
Japaneso newspapers are attacking
each other is surprising."
Tho general opinion among tho Jap
anese Is that tho Japaneso newspaper I
aro proving themselves moro detri
mental to tho community than any
thing else, by tnklng up tho high-wage
proposition nnd using It as a base for
attacking each other. A largo num
ber of well known Japanese, who do
not caro to bo quoted, said that tho
quicker the newspnpera stop writing
about tho hlgh-wago agitation, tho bet
ter it Is for tho Japanese. In somo
outside districts como rcorts pf the
plantation Japaneso as being satisfied
and paing no attention whatever to
tho hlgh-wago agitation.
YOUNG In thla city Feb. 3, 1909,
to Mr nnd Mrs, John Mason
Young, a daughter.
when you should be at your best? Are
you tired and soggy and " slow in the
head" when every faculty should be on
You need a TONIC one that
will give you aH better appetite, clear
your head, and rnake you FIT in every
IN TIIU CIHCUIT'COUHT Or'THK
I'lrst Circuit, Territory of Hawaii.
At ChnmberBi In Probnto, In tho
Matter of the Kstate of Maria J.
i i urncn ui jiuuuiuiu, v.iiiu, iiic(s.r.
that said Maria J. Forbes of said Ho
nolulu died Intestate, at said Hono
lulu on tho 21st day of January, A.
IV land Innilnv stnnorlv In ItiA Tr
f Hawn ncccg8arr lo be ad.
n)n,, nnd , that
eH of n,mlnl(ltrnUon ,MUe to him,
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1.1.1. ....!, .......UU, ...u BV .f w.
March, A. D. 1909, at 10 o'clock n.
m , be and hereby Is appointed for
bearing said petition In the court
loom of this court at Honolulu, at
which time nnd place all persons
cause. If any they have, why said
petition should not bo granted, and
Mini MtfjA m tttlta nfeflnp a It nil fA
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I tin newspaper published In Ilono-
Dated at Honolulu, Oahu, Feb. 3d,
". J. ItOIIIXBON,
Third J ml go of the Circuit Court
of the First Circuit.
Attest. J. A. THOMPSON. Clerk.
4225 Feb. 3, 10, 17, 24.
IX THK CIIICUIT COUUT OF TUB
First Circuit, Territory of Hawaii. At
Chambers; in Probnte. In the Mat
ter of the Kstate of Elizabeth C. Har
wich, deceased. Order of Notice of
Hearing Petition for Probnto of Will.
A document purporting to be the last
will and testament of Elizabeth C.
Harwlck, deceased, having on the
3rd day of February, A. D. 1909, been
presented to said Probate Court, and
n petition for probnto thereof, pra-
Ing for tho Usuanco of letters of ad
ministration with tho will annexed
to Hawaiian Trust Co., Ltd., an
Hawaiian corporation, having been
filed by Frank Harwlck, It is ordered
that Monday, tho Sth day of March,
A. I). 1909, at 10 o'clock a. m.. of
cold day, at the court room of said
court nt Honolulu, T. II.. be and tho
same Is hereby appointed the tlmo
and place for proving said will and
bearing said application. It Is fur
ther ordered that notice thereof he
given, hy publication once a week
for three successive weeks In the
Evening Ilullctln newspaper, tho
Inst publication to be not less than
ten davs previous to the tlmo therein
appointed for hearing.
Do You Feel
BIO REDUCTIONS AT ,,
Dated at Honolulu, T. II , Febrd
ary 3, 1909.
is ) J. t. vi: iioi.t, ;
First Judge of the Circuit Cou
of the First Circuit
Attest (S.) JOD DATCHKLOrt,
Kinney, Mnrx, Prosser & Ande
son, nttorncjlr for Frank llnrwl
nnd Hawaiian Trust Co, Ltd. .
4225 Feb. 3, 10, 17, 24..
COURT SUSTAINS '
Judge Do Holt this morning orderc
that tho demurrer of tho dofondanU I
the ease of II. O Mlddledltch. truste
In bankruptcy of the Jlerrlck'CarrliMtl
Vo. vs. John W. Cnthoart, Mary Cntn
cart and Kdllh Pond be sustained! "on
tho sole grounds that It doo not ap
pear from tho amended bill of cpm
plaint, In what court tho complainant
moved a judgment against tho detenu
nnt John W Cnthcart, nor -by whs
court, or Judg.c the said Judgment wa
revived by scire, facias, and that, p"
to all and every other Kround oCdJl
murrcr, the said demurrer, be and 'i
samo Is hereby overruled."
Tho plaintiff, la allowed to flloan
anlondcd complaint by supplying the
emissions of the bill In respect to
which tho demurrer Is sustnlnod. .
MOM SAILS ON HER
LAST RUNJROM HERE
The H M. 8 Moana got nwny
promptly on tlmo today for Vancou
There were quite a numbsr of peo- i
pie on tho dock to see tho old shlpj
ThlB will probabl) be tho last
age of tho Moana to this port.
Sydnoy, as It is the Intention tnfput
her on cither the New Zealand run
or In the Queensland trado.
The Hawaiian band played solcc-J
tlons for an hour or so prior to the'
Iao valley, near Walluku on tho Is
land or Maul, Is tho latest bit of Ha
waiian scenery to bo fat sported At
the rooms of the Promotion Commit
(ec. A handsome picture of tho' val
ley, the work of Itoscoo Puking, hat
been received by H. P. Wood niu! will
henscforth ornament tho walls of tho
committee's rooms under the Alexand
er Young hotel. The plotigrnph Is a
largo one, nnd very One in tone and.
In addition to being useful to pcuile
who aro anxious to learn tomcthlng ot
tho scenic beauties ot Hawaii, wl.l
provo a decided ornament U thotcom-j