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EVENING BULLETIN. HONOLULU, T. 11.. THURSDAY. ANO. 5,-i909
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F you wish to see a real crowd go
to the SApHS' STORE.
What loes it all mean?
It- means that the SACHS'
GRAND ANNUAL CLEARANCE
SALE is in progress arid' everybody is
. getting tremendous bargains.
The Whole Sachs' stock is on sale.
It makes no difference if you want a
silk dress or a paper' of needles. On
anything in the store ou can save
Everything is reduced.
Everything is selling
Folk) w the crowd to
185 King St
LfiVfil TJt) Soil, black or Waianae land, coral
ii f f ck furnished to fill up deprei-
jTOHH IdjOl sioni or buUd nP terraces. I
Phone 800 P. M. POND
EIOH-OIASS PAPER-HANGING, BECORATIHO,
AND GENERAL PAINTING.
SPEAK FOB THEMSELVES.
EIRE BUnpiHO., PHONE 397.
There's quality in Gurrey:s framing
OPEN DOOR POLICY
American Capital to Partcipate
Equally in the Hankow Rail
Peking, July 20. On account of tlio
failure of the negotiations M the re
ceiU meetings nf bankers In London
and Pnrla nn attempt In bcltiB made
at Peking to clone quickly the Han
kow railway loan by Incresndng the
amount, so as to give Americans equal
participation nnd not reduce the ori
ginal allotment to the other three
powers. Great Drltaln, France and
ThlB arrangement was agreed to by
the Chinese foreign board Saturday
and the four dnt' negotiations ended
with the consultations of foreign
bankers today, whun the financiers
telegraphed to tlalr principals recom
mending that the nboe settlement
be accepted. Chang Chi Tung, the
grand councillor. Is not et committed
to this plan, but all the other Chinese
oflklnls view tho nrrangeinent fuwir
ably. At tho American legation the
statement was mailo that an early
settlement of thu loan dlttlciiltlcH wm
Crane Visits Bankers.
New York, July 20. Information
from Peking today promising it settle
ment of tho Hankow loan question
favorably to tho United States was re
ceived with gratlric.it Ion by Charles
II. Crane, recently appointed minister
to China, who is now in New York,
Crane said this country was particu
larly anxious to lmc equal participa
tion In tho loan because It represented
the first great public work under the
new policy of the Chinese government
favorable to foreign enterprise, and
under tho policy of the United States
toward tho eastern situation as laid
down by President Taft.
"Tho precedent is what wo want to
establish," he said.
Crane expects to leae for his new
liost about tho first of October,
Crane was In tho financial district
today and held conferences with rep
resentatives of J. P. Morgan & Co,
and Kuhn, Ioeb & Co, who are Inter
ested In tho negotiations over the inv
pending 127,500,(100 Chinese railway
Satisfaction at Washington.
Washington, July 20. American
participation In tho loan of (27.500,000
about to bo negotiated by tho Chinese
government on the Hankow railway
and other enterprises will bo arranged
to the entire satisfaction of the gov
ernment, thus nssuring tho mainten
ance of tho "open door" In China.
Assurances to this effect came to
tho state department today from Pe
king and gave great satisfaction.
Pressuro has been brought to bear
on China to withstand tho American
Tho satisfactory adjustment of the
loan means the application of the
"open door" In Its fullest aspect, a
decided advance In tho lwllcy Inaugu
rated by the lake Secretary Hay and
vigorously pushed by former Secre
tary Root and Secretary Knox.
Tho total loan contemplated by
China amounts to 5,100,000, which
embraced 2,000,000 for the Hankow
Szechucn portion of the road: 2,500,
000 for tho Hunan section of tho Han
kow Canton line, and 600,000 for tho
redemption of tho bonds of the American-China
China was told that if agreeable tho
United States would take one quarter
of tho entire, amount, or 1,375,000.
This country actually has been prom
ised one-half of the 2,500,000 on the
Hankow-Szechuen portion, so the
American bankers will fare better
than they expected.
HEAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS:
Entered for Record Aug. 3, 1909,
from 10:30 . nt. to 4:30 p. m.
I.elaloha Carroll to Xakagnwa
John Ilroad to Trs. Hst. of W C
I.unalillo i M
Mutual llldg. ft Loan Soc of Haw.
Ltd. to Wnrto W. Thaver Ilel
Oeorgc t). Ilussell nnd wf to Trent
Trust CoALtd. M
Henry Klcmmp and wf to Ho
nolulu Itrcwlng k Malting Co.
Led c M
Mary J. Alexander by Tr . to
Prank Andrudo ltel
Llliuokalanl to I). II, Mnronarhl..L
Lllluokalnnl to Chns. T. 'Wilder.. L
John O. Spreckels and wf et al to
llllo Sugar Co L
San Antonio I'ort. lien. Soc. to
William McCandlcss Itcl
Entered for Record Aueust 4. 1909,
irom u:au a. m. to w.M p. m.
Manoel dc M. Vldlnlm and wf, to
Antono M. Vldlnlm ... .....!
I. Ilia nnd hsb. to Colin McLennan. D
Colin McLennan and wf. to T.
Cllve Davlcs D
Theophlltis C. Duvles by Atty. to
Laupahoehoo Sugar Co L
Colin McLennan and wf. to T.
Cllve Dnvles , I)
Theophllus C. Davlcs by Atty. to
Laupahoehoe Sugar Co L
WILLIAM F, BAKER, NEW HEAD
OF NEW YORK POLICE FORCE i
PIPE FOR BOWERS.
In recognition "of his capturo of
the burglar that r plundered the
home of Thomas 'ATUiruilngliniii
several months ago, Captuln Dowers
has been presented with a handsome
meerschiHim pipe by Mr. Illrmlng-ham.
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I am offering you a new large
houie with three bedroomi, never oc
cupied, near St. Louit School, with
iron roof, modern plumbing, and lot
4089 iq. feet' right in town, for only
$1,100. Very cheap. Rare bargain,
Thii it 300 lets than cost..
Here ii-your chance.
P, E. R. Strauch
Walty Bldg. 74 S. King St.
William r. linker, who was appointed nUIng cnmlmsMoner of po
lice by Major McClellau of New York Clly when ho deposed (iencinl
Theodore A. Illnghnm from that office, has been llrst deputy commis
sioner of police since July 9, 1008, Pilor to that lima he wns civil
service commissioner and has been nctlvo In politics for le.ns. Ho U n
close friend of Patrick MiCurren, tho Ilrookljn leader, and n resident of
that borough. When lloker fjllcd to close up several gambling lioues
In Ilrooklyn,. Commissioner Illnghnm transferred him in M.inl,nnn
nnd this Is believed to have aroused Fome of tho llrooklvn politicians
ngnlnst lllngham. llal.cr was the only imu of the deputy commissioners
who did not resign when lllnghum was ousted.
Has the largest
cause the Soda
Water is superior
to any in Hono
lulu. Have you
found as pure
and as good anywhere?
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Hotel and Fort Strccti.
OAT & M0SSMAN.
Teiritorial Board of
Office 403 Stanirewald Bldg.
ROYALTY OI;F ON A LARK.
King Gots to tho Alhambra and Queen
Shoot the Chutes.
London, July 17. The latest fad In
society Is visiting tho music halts for
an evenings entertainment, wheie the
highest price for n scat Is thirty cents,
The King has ten encouragement
to this new fancy nnd has visited the
Alhambra to sea tho new ballet, some
thing he bus not done since lv as
cended tho throne. The I'rlnre and
Princess of Wales have gone to the
Rmplro to see Oenee.
Society Hocked to tho Palaco Thcu
tie on Thursday to attend tho Amer
ican artlstH benefit for tho fresh air
fund. In the oichestrn were Keen the
Dutchess of .Marlborough, Mrs. J. W
MucUy. Mis. Potter Painter. Mrs
Chauncey and many other fashionable
While the Queen eschews tho halls,
she often IniltilircH In n lomplsh out
ing. On Thursday she visited the
Whlln City, with tho Princess Vic
toria, paid her shilling nt the gate
shot tho chutes, tried tho witching
waves, saw Messina destrojed, visited
tho Dahomr) village, nml had a regu
Kir io nl lark.
TRAITS IN COMMON.
'Pugilists," said tho thoughtful
thinker, ''are a good deal like auc
tioneers." "What's tho nnsvvei?" queried the
"They do a lot of talking nnd
knocking down," iiusvvcrcd the t. t.
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and inviting to the palate the combined
soul of malt and hops the cream of
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home beer. ..
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the Kitchen. No
fuel cooks so well as
GAS, nor so quickly,
and the cost of the
meal preparation is
less than when any
other fuel is used,
Experience of those
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ALEXANDER Y0UNO BLDG.
Miss Kate Woodafd
1141 Fort Street.
Stamping, Embroidery and No.
lions. Shirtwaists, Gloves nnd Un
derwear. Orders taken for all kinds
of fancy work. Telephone 387.
A correct, complete and convenient
Shipping Paper for the Hawaiian Is
lands. OUIDE PUBLISHING CO..
P. 0. Box 303. Telephone 374.
Dlunk uonkB of all iwIh, ledger, lifjf
lie, inaniiiaeiiirnn ny tno llullutla