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EVENING DUU.ET1N, HONOLULU, T. II., THURSDAY, SEPT. 30, '09.
THE name suggests exactly the (tannest, as they
are made with absolutely no fullness about the
hips and with deep flaring flounce, tucked.
These skirts take the place of silk skirts in
every respect and wear much longer. We have them in
""Hcatherbloom, Sateen nnd Moire. Prices $1.50 to $3.75.
A New Assortment of
'Children's Coats and Reefer
Very Stylish nd Nobby
In Tan. Navy. Blue, Cardinal, Green, Fancy Stripes.
Checks and Novelty Mixtures; trimmed with Velvet, Braids
and Ornamental Buttons.
New Dutch Collars
In soft linen, embroidered, also, muslin and lawn,
Net Covered in all colors.
Hair Rolls ,
In all colors. 18 and 24 inch.
A perfect deluge of New Goods
per S.S. Alameda
Sachs' Dry Goods Co., Ltd.
Cor. Fort and Beretania Sts.
Opp. Fire Station.
thread, lock stitch,
The biggest value
Theo.'H. Da vies & Co.,
Hllj-T" ' Hardware Department,
GEO. A. MARTIN,
Business Suits for $20,
WHAT ONE RAILROAD
. EXTENSION HAS DONE
One of (ho most Interesting features Dillingham ami tho directors wnlkcit
of tho trip of the Onliu Hallway direct- to the bridge that Is building out the
ors over the Wahiawa extension es- large gulch be) and. The brldgo "III
lerday was the awakening experienced lo flvo hundred feet long and coiuld
by some of tho very solid business jtrably over ft hundred feet high. This
.nen of Honolulu who as guests of tho extension Is to reach tliuf Halcuinnu
jlrectors were moklng the first trip to lands.
CLEARANCE SALE CONTINUES ,
GREAT. REDUCTIONS IN PRICE.
HIGH-CLASS PAPER-HANGING. DECORATING.
AND GENERAL PAINTING.
SPEAK FOR THEMSELVES.
ELITE BUILDING. PHONE 397.
.hu Wahluwa section In fifteen or eigh
It was a re elation Indeed to them
jiid an eye opener also to those win
.ind not been oter the Wnhlann brand
since Its extension to tho l.ellclnm
tlarracku and tlio Wulplu iuie,iiin.
"Here you beo the liauslns of tin
,ld legluie of luiunlal syftir lands." ri
.narked ouu proniluent citizen as In
doffed the gieut urea of plncappU
.ilants on the Wnlplo lands that wen
o recently given over to Ruava bushei
ind n few cattle.
"Hut what about the Japanese oi.
.very luin J?" asked .another who aim
commented that there was not a stltcl
if woik In pineapple production thai
lie -white man cannot perform. Jus
ibuut that tlmo Mr. George U. .1cClel
Ian was telling tho attenuated Mer
chants' Association meeting that ii
the people e.Xect continuous protec
.Ion for pineapples, they must lire
jcrve It to the citizen labor of tho Ter
Itory and not make of It an Orlentu
Dut Orientals or not the develop
.nent of the Wuhtawu extension of thi
Jahu railway Is u demonstration ol
.vluii transpoitutlou will do to promoti
When U. l Dillingham proiscd In
1900, or a little before, to expend
JUO.OOO of the stockholders' money ti
julld the Wablawn cxtcnslun of tin
ahu rullwuy ho was moro thai,
aughed at. Ho was criticised and ai
i matter of fact had to fight It through
fho extension wub built, however, am.
he $150,000 exinndi'd. How well It
las paid Ih uyldenced by the fact thai
.ast year the receipts of tho line wen
between ninety and nlnet-fHe thou
.and dollars, and in addition lo thli
he company voluntarily reduced tin
freight rate of Its patrons by reason
)f the succcmiof tho' line.
The extension Is to continue. Th
Jlrectors visited the gulch where out
)t tho largest rnllwcy bridges of thi
Territory Is building to carry the row.
to tho Hulemanu lands nnd open u,
omc four thousand' additional acres o:
land to prompt transportation facll
"Here you see .what transportation
will do," commented Mr. Dillingham.
'Say there are approximately sixty
thousand acres that this WaTiiawa
branch and Its extensions lmvo tapped
Now up on tho Island of Hawaii they
tell mo thnt thero Is In tho neighbor
hood of six hundred thousand acroi
?n tho Walmca plains nnd tho Wclnlty,
hat ncd only transudation to bring
.hem into the world of activity. It
-eeniB to me thjrt tho trnnsiortatlon
proposition on that Island ought to pay
is well as It does on this. And what'f
more, they can't do anything with lanu
Juices transportation is available. Slj
'uindred thousand acres might Just nr
sill be on the mountains of tho moot:
f you can't get tho products that might
e grown on It to tho market quick!)
ind at comparatively small expense'
The train bem lug th directors and
heir guests left town soon after 8
I'clock and went direct to tho Wahl,
twa branch. First a run was made
lver the most recent extension that
.aps tho Walrlo plneupplo lands, large
ly cultivated by what Is known as the
Oolo Company, nnd soma of which
lands aro leased to Japanese.
Then tho run was mado to thol.elle
hua Barracks station, wheto Col. Hun
'er was met and taken with the. party
lfter a brief glance about the barracks,
"jom here the train went on to the
Wahiawa Btatlon, from whence Mr.
Tho general extension tour having
occupied tho better iart of the fore
noon, Mr, DUIIngham took his gucsti
io Hatelwa hotel, that wav reached
ono ml'nuto nftor one o'clock. Here
Mine Host Clifford Kimball served a
very fine lunch, t the long table liolns
lid on "the cool and iirbad erandas
of tho prettiest country hotel to bo
.'ound nnywheru. The party reached
town after a good run, bcfoio, S o'clock.
Aside from the evidences of progress
loled during the trip It was learned
ihnt the number of,) carp 1. C. Jones.
A. S. Clcghorn nnd V, A. Schnefcr
.lave been In tho Hnwslian Islands to
tals one hundred and sixty-two. None
if them was born hero and nlthough
ho total ears of their residence here
is Inrge, the); aro all still young. In
this connection It was also noted that
Col. Hunter Is by all odds tho youngest
looking grandfather to bo found In
many days' Journey. Tho colonel's
laughter nnd grandchild nre coming
on the Duford to mnke him n visit.
It was a very pleasant trip, und the
comment was general that moro busl
ness men of Honolulu should get out
and sea what Is going on on their own
Island nnd in 'close vicinity to their
Is It Any Wonder
that you are sickly and run
down when you allow your
stomach to become weak and
bowels constipated?! But
don't remain in such a condi
will hjlp you wonderfully on
the road back to ehalth. It
has been tested for over 50
years with satisfactory re
sults in cases of Poor Appe
tite, Heartburn, Indigestion,
Dyspepsia and Malaria. Try
For sale by ltennon, Smith & Co.,
Md.; Holltster Drug Co., Ud.i
Chambers Drug Co, Ltd.; Hllo Diug
Co.; and at all Wbolrsale Liquor
The STANDARD ELASTICA
flinishes give the ereatcst
satisfaction of any varnishes
ELASIICA NO. 1.
For exterior work.
ELASTICA NO. 2.
For interior work;
ELASTICA FLOOR FINISH.
Lewers & Cooke,
177 S. King St.
Officers and Men of
the Pacific Fleet
A beautiful private touring car
has been placed at your disposal
while here. Special rates for arounl
the country tours have been fixed,
including all the scenes of interest.
An experienced chauffeur will give
you several hours of the greatest
pleasure you have ever experienced
in sight seeing, at a surprisingly
low price. The car when not in
service will be found standing in
front of the U. S. Naval Station
marked "Fhet Car." Ton have onlv
to nhnnp 371 in amm-re for snepial
ARMY Ai NAVY
All local members of tho Navy
t.engue, and an) ono Interested In our
navy are cordially Invited to bo pres
ent tomorrow afternoon at tho Naval
3tntlon nt 4 o'clock, at which time Cap
tain Uradlcy A. Iflske of the Tennes
see will speak on "Our Navy."
Through the courtesy of Captain
Itees, commandant of tho yard, the
aval Station has been tendered to
Chairman Dallnu ror tho meeting, nnd
t Is earnestly hoped that n largo ml ru
bor will bo present,
Tho Nnvy League Is one of the larg
est patriotic orders in the country.
and is growing every year. Tho aim
and object of tho order is to crcato in
tcrost In tho present navy, and to
gain what Is necessary to mnke It the
strongest in the future.
As a result of tho Navy League In
tho United States. Germany's branch
which Is on the sumo lines, has creat
ed unusual nctlvi(y''among.hcr people
ind through them tho navy has been
ablo to get such nn enormous program
through the Reichstag for tho building
up of her new navy.
Chairman Halloti Is In hopes thnt
tho local branch jvlll be Increased In
lhonear fitturp. 'and anyone wishing
to Join Is requested to send his name
to him, nt his ome'e.
After tile"" meeting tomorrow after
noon, thoso present will be given a
chanco to see tho Tennessee, which Is
ono of tho finest ships afloat today.
Trophy Present d. t-
Tho silver Trophy presented by
Monty Montgomory, to tho engineer
force of ho ship making tho best
ppeed In the recent trials oil tho const
of Maul, was presented to the engi
neer force of tho cruiser Pennsylvania
this morning shortly before quarters
with appropriate ceremonies.
. The cup is n very prott)' ono, nnd
the men appreciate. the generous spirit
in which It wns glvcu.
On account, of so many men over-
Mn)lng their leato, Admiral SebrtV
has given orders that no more men
will ho nlloweil ashore without passed
If any man is seen on the streets with
out n pass by any patrol officer ho wl
he sent directly back to his ship. Lib
erty will be given until the ships leave
on tin? filth.
&tore Ship Tomorrow,
Tho captain of tho store ship Gla
cier of tho l'aclflc fleet, reported last
night to tho Tennessvo thnt hT would
arrho off port tomorrow morning. On
iccount of her delay In arriving, It U
possible that tho fleet will not leave
until Tuesday uftcrnoon for Narcs Hur
bor, although Admiral Scbree hojies
to get his ships away In the morning.
As soon us the fllnclcr unloads her
t tores and coals she will leave for
Nuro's Hurbor, arriving there llefoio
the fleet leaves.
Ccurt On 'Colorado.
A little artcr 9 o'clock this morning
n gun was fired from thecrulser C'jIc
rado, lying outsldo tho harbor, denot
ing that a general court martial w-is
Since tho fleet has been In port the
officers of tho Colorado have bun
very busy with it number of ctues
which nre to bo tried later! on.
German Cruiser Coming.
Tho wireless oporator of tho Ten
nessee got -Into communication wlin
the German cruiser' Arconu last night,
which rciHirted 'that sho would bo on
port this afternoon ,at 2 o'clock, 'llu
Alcona will represent Germany nt tlm
I'ortola celebration next month In Sun
Francisco. As soon as tho Arcona is
passed by the doctors she will come In
to tho dock vacated by the gunboat
Concord. After coaling she will re
main several da)s, leaving sunn) time
tho last of next week for tho coast.
Tennis Finals Today,
Local society folk, and n largo num
ber of n.ivnl officers aro expected to
tin present this afternoon on the courts
of tho Beretania Club, when Lieuten
ant llenilermn nnd I'aymaster Nichol
son play Midshipmen Knuffmaii nnd
Bradford for tho double championship
of the, raclflc fleet.
Tho band of tho flagship Tennessee
will be on hnnd to render selections,
while refreshments will bo Bcrvcd dur
Ing tho afternoon.
After tho doubles nre over. Hender
son and Nicholson will meet to decldo
the single championship1. Tho double
will bo played promptly at3 o'clock.
WHEREIN THEY DIFFER.
We have an attachment which you
can fasten to any Edison phono
eraph. except the '"Gem," and play
amberol 4-minute records. We can
show you more about this attach
ment in a minute than we could ex
plain in an hour. Come and see it.
Hawaiian News Co., Ltd.
Alexander Young Bldg.
1 to 5 years.
20 ROOMS FURNISHED.
Excellent Location. ,
REAL ESTATE EXCHANOE. LTD.
82 S. Kine St.
American Bankers' Association
for sale by
THE BANK OF HAWAII, LTD.
Dressmaker from Paris. Latest de
signs of gowns. By Worth & Pa
quin. Reasonable prices.
We are in line with the
best assortment of
In the market. All makes.
Perfumed and Plain. v
Just ask for the kind yon
Lehnhardt'i Candies always
King and Fort Sts. .
. Phone 131.
A big- stock of SCHOOL BOOK:
COMPOSITION BOOKS, PENCIL
TABLETS, INKS. RUBBER ERAS;'f
ERS, SCHOOL BAGS, ec. ,
SCHOOL BOOKS AT LIST PRICE.4f -
Wall, Nichols Co.,
Her "When n man starts to talk
ho never stops to think."
Him "And when a woman stnrts
i.he never thinks to stop."
, We have Kodaks and Cameras
Fresh Kodak Films, Post Cards, Kodaks
This is the largest shipment we have ever received at one time
and everything is absolutely new and fresh.
Honolulu Photo Supply Co.,
Fort near Hotel
A full assortment, sizes 24"x06'
toi48xl20", and (ranges No. 16 to
No. 28 lust to hand.
We do sheet metal work of all i
kinds, and guarantee satisfaction.
xour patronage is solicited. i
PROMPT ATTENTION TO JOBBING
EHMELUTH & CO.. LTD. I
Phone 211. 145 Kinc St,
Remember the Place.
LADIES' WOOL SWEATERS
SILK AND,KID GLOVES
SILK LISLE HOSIERY
Miss ' Kate Woodard
' 1141 Fort Street.
HENRY MAY & CO., LTD. Phone22
Herald Pure Rye and
Thos. F. McTighe & Co.,
loi-ioa ONO ST.
PHONE 10 V 0 P-OX 7flS
Made up the latest or any style.
Port and Beretania Sts.
Furniture Co., Ltd.
BETTER GOLF LINKS THAN EVER
AND SOCIETY PATRONIZES THEM &
THE RIDE TQ HALEIWA
BY AUTO IS A DREAM.
5. CENT CIGAR
Mt A. Gunst & Co.
FORT AND KING STREETS. '
mm ON CHONG
Bring your pictures in and we'll
design a frame to your satisfaction.
Bethel, Opp. the Empire.
Po. 0. Box 771,
WfW U.WUIM4 w M
Wk fWwH MUI.
7Sllliii Chihic .ico.
Uh Big (1 (or imtfttaral
IrrlUtloa r ulcrUoM
of mutivi DioubraMih
r&tnlMi, iid nut Mtiiat
f tot r jiolaonouf.
Circuit mm on rwiuf
Come and learn particulars at
TOWNSEND UNDERTAKING CO,4 ;
Beretania fit.. Opp, Sachs',
Wong Wong, v
C0NTRA0T0K and BUILDER.
PLUMBING and PAINTING.
Iffice: Honolulu Painting Co., 221
Kine St.; P. 0. Box 014.
GOOD MEALS FOR 25 CENTS.
NEW AND EXPERIENCED COOK.
Everything in Season.
Hotel Street, near Fort.
We want to see all our old cns.
tomers come 'jack. ,.J