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CVENINQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU. T. 1! . WEDNESDAY, TED 24, 1009
I'OBT ST. QAUI.ITY at NUUANU
THE L AYAU SHOE COMPANY
1005 Nuuanu St near King.
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ON TUESDAY, we enter upon the third week of our after stock
taking sale. The success of this sale has been far beyond our ex
pectations, and the warm response spars us to greater ciTorts. During
the rush of last week, many lines were not shown; others have been sold
down to two of this and three of that. The mark-down man has been
busy joins through all these lines, and has played havoo with Prices. Be
low arc a few of ths many offerings for the week; there are many oth
ers in lots too small to advertise. Come in and see them.
STORE CLOSED MONDAY; SALE BEGINS TUESDAY
MORNING FEB. 23RD.
. LINGERIE and SILK PARASOLS, in solid colors, plaids, checks, and
$1.75 PARASOLS 51.00 EACH $3.75 PARASOLS S2.50 EACH
$2.25 PARASOLS 31.50 EACH $4.00 PAEASOLS S2.75 EACH
$2.50 PARASOLS $1.05 EACH $4.25 PARASOLS S2.90 EACH
$2.75 PARASOLS $1.00 EACH $4 50 PARASOLS $3.50 EACH
$3 00 PARASOLS $2.00 EACH $5.50 PARASOLS $3.00 BACH
BLACK, MONEY REFUND TAFFETA SILK:
Yard wire, $1.85 quality $1.35 YARD
WHITE SHANGHAI SILK: Washable, $1.25 quality 00 YARD
CREPE DE CHINE : Pearl Grey, $1 quality G5 YARD
I adies' Cluck Silk fnatel children's coats
lcjuiw udut aim widis $0i50 C0ATS 3.50
$ 5.00 SILK COATS .... $ 3.00 $7.50 COATS $-1.00
$ 7.50 SILK COATS . . . $ -1.00 $8.00 COATS 34.50
$ 8 50 SILK COATS $ 5.00 $8.75 COATS $4.00
$10.50 SILK COATS 55 0.00 !
$24.50 SILK COATS $17.50 I rtMPJ0l Tv
LONG WHITE LINEN COATS g C,0ttq" ,
Soft finish, yard wide, SPECIAL,
$10 00 KHITE COATS $4.00 10 jard.
Sachs Dry Goods Co., Ltd.
CORNER FORT and BERETANIA STS., opp. Fire Station.
Chas. R. Frazier
Phone 371. 122 King St.
M. A. Gunst & Co.
FORT AND KINO STREETS.
DS5- BULLETIN Ar3 PAY -gj
Everything Tastes Better"
Is used in
$800 House and Lot on Judd nr.
Nuuanu. 02 x 42.
$500 House and Lot at Alewa, be
low Judd St. 50 x GO.
$1400 House and Lot at Puunui nr.
Car Line. 75 x 300.
AND OTHER BARGAINS.
P. E. R. Strauch
WAITY BLDG. 7J. g, KING ST
Fried Chicken and
on Special Order
WAS BEST YEAR
Weather Not As Favor
able for 1909 Delay
Mnnngor John T Molr In Ills report
to the stockholder of (lie famous Ono
men plantation, biijb. ,
Tlio past cnr lias boon tlio most
prosperous one tlio company Iisib liait
under my liintinge-nient, anil tlio larg
est crop ccr produced hero liy over
3000 tons nml Krcntly exceeded our
Wo started grinding on Jnnuary 27
with our new outfit and kept continual
ly nt It until wo finished on September
4th, (except for a few minor "plllklas"
which did not amount to cry much)
with u total crop of 17,000 tons of No
With our new plant wo havo In
creased our extraction over 1 per cent
and our tonnago per day about 10 tons
and It Is satisfactory In oory respect.
Six centrifugals dried nil of tlio 17,
00(5 tons last car, but wo havo thought
It well to ndd two moro to this bat
tery. We hae added to our machine shop
a duo new tool In tlio shapo of u 30 In
lathe, which wo will find ory useful in
doing lots of our work at homo; In
other words get tlio rough castings
anil do tho fitting here, the lathes we
had being too small for u great deal
of our work.
Wo hnve inado an addition to our
sugar loom for storage of sugur, which
will now glo us a space for b.i 10,000
bags of s'lgni (2500 tons), which ought
to be nmple. We hao built ono more
hydraulic crano for handling tho sugar
In tho now part.
Our shipping facilities nro of tho
best; thcro In onl ono thing that wo
think wo did not get good service out
of, and that Is the .wire cable for haul
lug our cars from sugar room to land
ing; wo havo found it necessary to ro
new It our season. Last spring we
look tho matter u pwlth tho inaniifac
Hirers of cablos and they havo advised
us to hho another stlo which wu lime
now In pluco mid hopo to get good uso
Wo hnvo built a new permanent
llunio SOCO feet lond at a cost of
J39S7.02, which will Bao us a great
ileal of work in hauling our portable
flumes around, besides giving us u
thorter direct route, to tlm mill.
Wo havo built IS now houses for
laborers, replacing old ones, with bet
torment nil round.
1,195'4 ncres of plantation plant,
1479 acres of plantation ratoons, 75
ncres of plantation short ratoons, and
losslbly 700 or moro outsiders plant
and ratoons, making a total of 3,119
ucres. Wo wero not able to get this
striped until lato last month (and
thoro Is a great deal of It not stripped
jet) owing to tho continuous wet
weather nnd having to dovoto all of
our time nnd labor In trjlng to keep
tho otuig plant and ratoons for 1910
In shape; of courso tho late gilndlng
Consists of 1326 ncres plant, 1301
ncres 1st ratoons, 350 acres 2nd in
toons, and possibly 1000 acres outsid
ers; total 39S0.
A great deal of this both plant nnd
ratoons nro lato and not so advanced
as we would havo liked, owing to get
ting n lato Blurt, continuous wet weath
or and not being nhlo to cultivate prop
erly and Keep them rlenn Taking this
ci op right through II is not up to our
average of previous Mars nt like date
Wo havo left out from last ear's
area 110 ncres which w will ntnnt thin
)car; wo havo It thoroiighl) plowed
now with all tlio tr.ish turned under
nnd will npply 1 ton of hvdrnted lime
I per aero before Beeoml plowing and
J Kaapoko Land,
i Tho Government decided to oneii
ithls for Homesteads and eleven of our
lunas and others applied for tho lots.
tho lots hnvo been appraised ami verj'
soon wo bcllcvo tliev will be given pos
session. This reduces our area 100
acres but will Increase tho small
planters, wo presume Through the
rtelnvs by tho Government surveying
nnd allotment of this piece, ono enr
have been lost, ns nothing Iioh been
done with tho land since we harvested
our crop off It .last Apiil
Wo arc at present well supplied, nnd
they nil seem. In. bu perfcctl) content
ed, notwithstanding the Higher Wugo
Vou will observe Hint wo had less
rain In 190S, than In 1907 and only
about half tlioyibmbor of dry davs In
190S that wo ibid In 1907 It Is the
dry dajs Hint cmint In this district ns
far ns weeding, atul cultivating Is con
cerned, tlioreforo a wet jeiir may eas
ily doublo the1 qst of these operations
nnd havo less to show for It.
Orrine Destroy the Craving -for
Drink Cure Effected or Mon-
Hiccsslvo or.contlnued uso of nlco
hollo bovcragtn' nw.ijs results In u
dlsensed condition of tho nervous sys
Tho drinking man Is often heard io
say, "I can stop of my own free will
and whon I wish." but the poor fellow
Is now devoid of the power to act nt
tlio proper tlmo and In tho right way,
It's too lato, thi craving hns secured
a firm hold and because of tho diseased
nervous systpm bo has not the ability
for sustained effort. Thu result wo all
Drunkenness Is no longer considered
n crime; eminent scientists and phy
Blclans havo agfecd that It Is a ills
ease, and must be treated as such.
Tho homo treatment Hint has been
used rcr a. number of jettrs. ami Is
niguiy MICCeWtfl.reOrt-lnd. It Is sold
under n positive guarantee that If it
docs not effect a euro jour money will
Orrlno Is In two forms. Whon de
siring to give secretly, purchnso Orrlno
No. 1. nnd If the patient will voluntnr
liy tako tho treatment, Orrlno No 2
should bo given The gimranteo Is tho
same in either case. Onlno costs but
II 00 per box. .Mailed In plain sealed
wrapper on receipt of prlco Write for
free booklet on "Drunkenness." mailed
In scaled envelope by Tho Orrlno Com
pany, Washington, 1) C. Sold In this
city by Honolulu Drug Co, Tort street
INVITED TO INAUGURATION.
rtopubllcnn National Committeeman
Robertson has lecclvcd an Imitation
from the reception committee for thu
Inauguration ceremonies to be ono of
tho reception commltteo at tho In
(tigurnl ball He has also received no
tlco from Chairman Hitchcock that
threo Rents will be reserved for his
guests In tho oulcliil stand for review.
log tho parade. If ho Is to bo In Wash
Ington at tho time This marked con
sfderntlnn shown tho national commit
teenian at an event of national liimort.
unco Is In striking contract with tho
attention shown by tho government of
ttio Territory of Hawaii that i!oeRn.'t
know tho base politicians and might
sometime forget that tho City and
County of Oahii oven had a Mujor
1908 YIELD SOON
Honomu Manager Points
Stockholders of tho Honomu Surni
Company held their annual nieetlnp
todnj .Manager I'ullar reports on
crop conditions as follows
We have had a very favorable ji'.vr
on tho whole The summer ntul au
tumn seasons hnve been very lamj
with verj little sunny weather, nnd
the cane has not made the growth It
would have dono under mot fnvoi-
nhlo climatic conditions
Crop 19US This crop amounted to
7511 tons of sugar, anil exceeded mj
rstlmntc of last jear bj 1511 tuns
The average jlcld for plant and in-
toon cane wan i shi ions or sugar per
acre, and Is tho highest wo have ob
tained. Tho conditions under vvh'ch
this crop wns grown nnd harvo-tU I
wero most favotnble, and tho hlgl)
jleld of 190S ennnot be expected ev
ery J ear
Crop 1909 Climatic conditions
hnvo not been so favorable for this
crop. Tho exccsslvo ralim of 1907
retarded tho growth of tho joung
cane, and this jcur has also been un
favorable for n good growth except
ing In tho lower lands I expect the
jlcld will bo about four tons per
Crop 1910 Iloth plant and rn
toon lanes of this crop have made
batlsfuetorj growth and nro well ad
vanced The almost continuous raluj
weather during tho summer and au
tumn hns lnerensed the cultivating
operations. We fortunately had a
good Bupply of labor and wero able
to keep tho fields In good condition
from time of planting
There Is an Increase this J car In
planting by tho homesteaders on the
ninuka lands (lulch sides nnd wnsto
lunds hnve also been readily taken
up by laborers of all nationalities em
plojcd on tho plantation.
.Mill Considerable repairs have
been mndo on the mill, and tho crush
Ing plant Is In good condition for
this j car's work.
Ilolllng House It hns been found
advisable to adopt tho usu of crjs
Utilizers Instead of the old sjstcni of
open coolers for low-grade sugars
To meet our requirements eight crjs-
tnlllzers hnve been built by the Ho
nolulu lion Works Co and are now
being Installed, also water wheel for
power purposes It was iiImj neeci-
sary to eiil.irgo our vacuum pan iiud
his has been done,
llulldliigs- Have len kept In good
repair, and some iidilltlons have been
mndo Including new stables and
If every property-owner and occu
pier will see to cleaning, and keeping
clean, the street and sidewalk in
front of his premises, the city will
look as though it had its face wash
ed, and the cost will be little or noth
ing. let's try it.
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY
Tako Laxative Bromo Quinins j
lacueis. mi aruggisis rciunu
the money if it fails to cure.
E. W. Grove's signature is on
PAK1S MEDICINE CO St. LouU, U. S. At
"Tho kind jour grand
Admittedly best for gen
llttter now than ever."
W. C. PEACOCK & CO., ltd.
THE NEW 30-H. P.
On the next boat will be our 7
PASSENGER, 40-H. P.
and 40-H. P. CHALMERS.
DETROIT TOURING CAR.
Call and sec them at the
NE PIUS ULTRA
KEE L0X CARBON,
RIBBONS and ERASERS
Oat & Mossman,
70 Merchant St., near P. 0.
Ours. Made on the Soot.
HOTEL NEAR UNION.
YEE CHAN & CO.
KING AND BETHEL STS.
Get it Now on our easy-pay-ment
plan. Come in and hear
BERGSTR0M MUSIC Co., Ltd.
Wall YillgCIl 0I1S Co,
King Street, Ewa of Fishmarket.
DRY GOODS AND FURNISHING
GOODS of EVERY DE-
Everything that the Name Implies.
Office Supply Co.,Ud.
1 $h &
If jou arc start
ing in house
er the cost of a
wood stove and
the fuel it con
its life, f
nnd the joys of
h o it s ckeeping
will be kept
Gas Co., Ltd.
needs constant attention to
keep it in the best condition ,
nnd preserve its finish and
are made to"met every con
dition to which floors, furni
ture, or woodwork may come.
Jf jour woodwork is in poor
condition. whatever the
cause, these preparations will
greatly improve it.
Lewers & Cooke,
177 S. KING ST. PHONE 775.
A now Lot Just Opened Vi
TAFFETA AND SATIN
New Patterns in Fancy Ribbo;t3
NUUANU below HOTEL.
Orders for Live Stock
C. H. BELI.INA IravA. fn c r
Feb. 27. All orders left with him
will receive careful attention.
The Manhattan Cafe
Meals and Short Orders at All Times
of the Day and Night. We Never
Sleep. FORT ST. NEAR HOTEL.
R. Wm. WARHAM, Prop.
Horse, Harness and
For Sale, Guaranteed.
A. R. Rowat, D.V.S.
777 KING ST.
111.1 it lz Twinlru it nil ..
" ' mm out IB, IW1KITH,
etc manufactured by thu Uulletlu
i uujiBiiuifc; uuiimny.
031 FORT ST.