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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. IL. TUESDAY, NOV. 9, 1909.
CLEARANCE SALE OF
NOW GOING ON
Our Entire Stock of
Lingerie Waists and
At almost Hall-Price
Prices out of all proportion to value.
Ptices that defy competition
We have but one object in viewthe
quickest possible clearance of
our Stock of Waists.
We guarantee all reductions to be
SEE WINDOW DISPLAY. NOTE MICE DEDUCTIONS.
Sachs' Dry Goods Co. Ltd.
Cor. Fort and Berctania Sts.
Opp. Tire Station.
An Oriental Gift
Is valued for its uniqueness as much as a token of re
The slowing of poods here were imported in view of
the demand for unique and valuable CHINESE GOODS for
CHRISTMAS GIFTS. Yo uaie invited to insect the goods
WINQ WO TAI & CO.,
041 Nuuanu St.
THe Bulletin Is First
t. In News Service. "" . ''. 3. City Circulation.
2. All kinds of Advertising. 4. Ontside Circnlatioi
0. Total Circulation.
'.Any advertiser can rave money by using the B u 1 1 e 1 1 n
exclusively. It covert the field. The rate in proportion
to service is the lowest in Hawaii. :: :: :; ,:: ::
Californians To Give A
Flying Machine Exhibit
1.03 ANGELES, Nov. C Encouraged by the wond'orfill success
which hns attended tho various aviation meets In Europe, the people of
California have raised $100,000 and will have an "Aviation Week"
here during January Several of the leading aviators ot the world havo
o greed to be present and take part In thc"contcsts. Curtlss has accepted
tho offer mado him to appear with his machine for $10,000. An offer of
a like sum has been. 'made to rach of the Wright Hrothcrs, to Dlcrlot, the
famous French f)er, and to otherB. "
Howard Huntington has been e lected president ot .t lip California
Vylnti'on Society, formed tor the event, and Gov. Olllctt will act as vice
The nijet will be held at some place close to this city, the program to
Include speed trials, races, altitude contests and other events.
Dr. Cooke Charged With
Failure To Present Proofs
WASHINGTON, Nov. G. Admlial Colby M. Chester, member of the
National Geographical Society, issued a statement today to the effect
that tho data submitted so far by Dr. Kicderlck Cook Vails to provo hjs
claim that he had reached the North Pole.
Adjnlral Chester Is well fitted l lialnlng to pass upon the explor
er's claims, being a scientists as well as n naval officer with a long ai)l
distinguished record. His reputation as n scientist was sufficient to se
cure his appointment as superintendent of the naval observatory In 1901,
whllo In 1305 he w-as In command o, the special service squadron to ob
torve tbc eclipse of the sun.
NEW COMMANDER OF THIRD SOUADRON.
WASHINGTON, Nov. G. Hear Arnilral Hubbard has been named to
succeed Hear Admlial Harbcr as co.nmnnder of the third squadron of
tho Pacific fleet, no wstntloned In tho Orient. Admlrnl Harbcr has been
Tho third squadron consists of five ptotected cruisers, ,1110 Charles
ton (flagship), Clcu'laml, Denver (Inhesion and Chattanooga, and eight
gunboats. Of the cruisers, tho Cleveland, .Denver and Chattanooga are
to be placed out of commission next month, bcng ordered to the Mnro
Island navy yard. The Galveston will follow then) in tho spring of 1910
for repairs. Tho gunboats aie now on duty In "Chinese waters or In
southern Philippine waters.
NEWSPAPER EDITOR BECOMES GOVERNOR.
ItOSWEl.U N. M Nov. G. William Hqblnsop, the editor of a loent
newspaper, has been offered tho position of governor of tho Territory to
succeed Goiomor Curry, who hns resigned on account of business reasons.
Ills successor Is to take office in Fcbiuary next.
AIDRICH OUTLINES MONETARY SYSTEM.
CHICAGO, Nov. C. Senator Aldrtch, In a speech tonight before the
members of tho Commercial Club, outlined the plans ho has, for a now
national monetary sjstem. ,
LABOR LEADERS JAILED.
SPOKANE, Wash., Nov. G. Ono hundred and thirty members ot
tho Industrial Workers of tho World, arrested for holding opon-air meet
ings and blocking tho strcots, wore today sentenced to serve 30 dajs each
at hard labor. After being taken to Jail the agitators refused to work,
wbercupo nthoy wcro put upon a diet ot bread and water, which will be
Kept up until they dccldo to curry out the prison rules or until their
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NORTH DAKOTA MAKES FINE BECOBp. " ,
IIOSTON, Nov. 7. Tho now battleship North Dakota has arrived
hero after having completed her 24-hour enduranco test, notwithstand
ing tho boiler tubo explosion which Injured twelvp men.' At the twelve
knot speed she mado a record In the economy ot fuel and water that ex
ceeded that mado by tho Dataware I n tho test made of the latter vessel a
ihort time ago. She will return at a speed of 19 knots today. One of
the men who was scalded by tho bursting of a boiler tubo during the
hpced test has died.
Tho North Dakota, a vessel of the supcrdrcadnaugbt type, has made
r. splendid record, her maximum speed during the trial being 22 1-4
knots. She Is the. finest nnd, as the tests havo demonstrated, the fast
est vessel of her typo In the America u navy.
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TAFT GOES BACK TO WASHINGTON.
Blue Serge Suits
0 MAN'S WARDROBE
is complete without a
Blue Serge, the most sensible
and serviceable garment
made. The suits we sell are
made of the "TRUE BLUE"
SERGE, impervious, to sun
and rain. Mighty well tailor
ed, full of style and dash.
Corner Fort an Hotel Streets
Tenders for furnishing f.io City
nnd County of Honolulu with mater
ial and supplies for the month of
December, 1909, will bo rcceltal at
Uio office of the City and County
Clerk until the hour of 7:30 o'clock
n. m. of Tifcsday. November 10.
Tenders may be obtained, uppn
application, ut tho office or tho City
and County Clerk, Mclntjro llulld-
Clerk, Cty nnd County ot
Nov. 9, 1909. 4401-lt
Specifications for Printing the Sen
ate Journal, Special Ses
AUGUSTA, Ga., Nov. 7. President Tnft will dppart for Washing
ton Tuesday, having rested here from tho st tenuous exertions ot tbo past
week, which ho has spont swinging .naund the circle ot tho United
States. Ho has been away from thg nntlonul capital for several weeks
and has visited and made speeches In hundreds of places throughout the
country, being evorywhero received with great enthusiasm.
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STARVATION PREFERRED TO WORK.
SPOKANE, Nov. 7. The Indus dial Workers of the World havo
made no further attempts to speak on the streets, but It Is announced
ihnt they will renew their attempts Tuesday, notwithstanding the de
termination ot tho pollco to stop them.
The one hundred and thirty who weie arrested and sentenced to Jail
fnrholdlng open-air meetings nnd blocking the streets, and who were put
on a brend-and-wnter diet when thny ic fused to go to woik as preserved
by tho prison rules, havo steadfast!) peislsted In their refusal, despite
the starvation dlot.
Buys On Island to Make a Park
The report of tho board of army' engi
neers to locommeml a plan for chang
ing tho Hostnn & Mnlno bridges ovei
tho Charles rlcr has been returned
to tho senior oinccr ot lip board. It
is said that a new proposition has been
mado which will save tjiq Uoston &
Maine soicral thousand dollars In tho
1 elimination of at leant' one bridge.
Contests Inheritance Tax. Trenton
N. J. Henry M. Tllford, vlcb-presldent
of tho Standard OJI Company, oxecu
tor of tho cstato of Wsicy Hunt. Til
lord, has Instituted proceedings In tin
Supremo Court of this Sfate to pre
vent thu collections by the 'state ol
$110,000 collateral Inheritance tax. H
claims that tho laws Is upconstltutlon
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Illds for printing tho Journal ot
the Senate, Special Session ot 1909,
will be received until nine o'clock a.
ni. on Wednesday, November 10,
1909, sealed and addressed to John
II. Wise, Clerk of the Senate ot the
Territory of Hawaii.
Illds must specify tho price per
,age at which tho work will bo
done, such price to Includo all and
jvcry expense for composition, pa
er, presswork, binding, lettering
and delivery, tho same to bo furnish
id In a first-class nnd workmanlike
nanncr and condition without "any
Type to bo used will bo !.ong
Primer, tended, for tho body of said
lournal, with Insertions to .bo set
'n Ifrcvler, leaded. The form, ar
rangement, workmanship lind bind-
ng snail be similar In every respect
to the Senate Journal of tho Kcgu
ar Session ut 1909. j
Tho paper shall be 48 lb. White
'A" Hook, or 18 lb. White "Albion"
Fifty (50) copies of said Journal
o bo bound In Full Sheep, lettered
In gold, nnd two hundred (200)
wplis to bo bound In Cloth, with
?old lettering. "
Galley Proofs to be delivered
v)lln two (2) da s after receipt of
opy of said Journal by tho success,
'ul plddcr, nnd Revised Pago Proofs
on tided fiom Galley Proofs, to be
bound In Full Sheep, to hp delivered
within ten (10) dajs after receipt
ot copy of Index by the successful
bidder, nnd the balance to be deliv
ered within ten (10) dajs thereafter.
A certified check In tho sum of
ono hundred ($10Q.op) dollars, pay
ai;lo to Hon. W. O. Smith, Prosldcnt
of tho Semite, to bo furnished by the
iiicccssful bidder to Insure the faith
ful performance nnd, prompt delivery
of tl)q wprk as aforesaid.
Uds will be ppeped at the Sumto
Chamber, In tho Capitol llulldlng,
Honolulu, ut nlno o'clock n. ni. on
Wodncsdny, Notember 0, 1909.
I The President of tho Senate re-
'sqrtcH tho right to reject any nnd all
Hy order of (he President of the
JOHN II. WISE,
Clerk ot tho Senate.
Honolulu, T. II., November 8,
At AU Watohaealw.
Aftnt fcr Hawaiian Island,
or. FORT and KINO Ett.
The time for opening scaled bids
for constructing foundations and
totting a high-lift pump at tho
Hcrctnnla Pumping Station Is post
poned for one wpek until Nov. IC.
Superintendent ot Public Works.
LADIES' WOOL 8WZATEM
SILK AND KID GLOVES j
SILK LISLE HOSIERY
Miss Kate Woodart
1141 Fort Street.
Stubb What did tho big watch
mm In the bank get fired for?
Penn Why, a stranger came In
and he said he wanted to stnrt
something, nnd tho watchman threw
Stubb llut I thought tho bank
wanted a man who could handle peo
plo who wanted to 'start some'
PonnYes, but when they picked
this chap out of the mud they dis
covered ho wanted to stnrt a bank
FRENCH and EYELET
MRS. J. .ROSENBERG
Alexander Young Hotel
HONOLULU DANCING A0ADXMT
Meets Monday and Friday nijhta at
8:30 o'clook. Kilohana Art Leagae,
under the direction of
New Duces a SpeoiaMsjr.
Information furnished 'by Otto
Bunnester at WALL, NICHOLS 09.,
King St. Telephone Store' Ml.
Equipment for Roid Ordered. Den-
or Orders fqr additional equipment
haio been placqi) by tho Denver, I-nr
onilo & Northwestern rail t ay, for de
livery hy Not ember 1, whcli Is
Dcctod to soon nut thu now road on a
lollicrcd within two (2) days after full operating basis for both froh
turn of said Galley Proofs. J unit pnssrpgor, traffic oq tho first dll
fifty (SO) copies ofsald 'Journal, blot) botwecu Denver ni)fl Greeley.
Received ex Alameda a Xrsr IUf
lent of Latest Stylee'in
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Osteopath. . '
Corner Union and Beretania Wis.
Honse Cpnsnltine, 2-8 d. m.
nrdays excepted. Operating, t-ll'
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The beet Jn
ROSES, CARNATIONS and 9m; '
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Cyko Photographic Papers
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