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CLEARANCE SALE OF
NOW GOING ON
Our Entire Stock of
Lingerie Waists and
At almost Hall-Price
Prices outof all proportion to value.
Ptices that defy competition
We have but one object in view the
quickest possible clearance of
. otir Stock of Waists.
We guaranlee.all reductions to be
SEE WINDOW DISPL'AY. NOTE PRICE SEDUCTIONS.
Sachs' Dry Goods Co. Ltd.
Cor. Fort and Beretania Sts.
Opp. Fire Station.
An Oriental Gift
Is valued for its uniqueness as much as a ken of re
membrance, TheshoWini of Roods here were imported in view of
the demand for unique 'and valuable CHINESE GQ0DS for
CHRISTMAS 'GIFTS. Yo uare invited to inspect the goods
MNG WO TA1 & :C0.,
041 Kuuana St.-
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Agency for Hawaiian Itland 031 'Fort St,,' Honolnlq V
TUarn upUln. vjUval'finkw StTtnttdii m ma Mrt,
itimui 1 tnftwii
i JUmm-i wbJ Rlir
Panama Prices Prevail
Here This Week on PANAMA HATS.
The $7.50 kind now $4.50
, The $6.50 .kind now . &50
Yee Chan & Co.,
Spain Gives Of pressed r
MADRID, 'Nov. S. A royal edict today restores the constitution to
the 'catnlonlnn provinces, which 'hfo b$eh for tmnttti under,' martlil,
rule, an incident of which was the 'execution j of) FkK'nfcliio 'Ferrer. Tlie
restoration of constitutional nrlvlleirei In Catalonia Is the first steD
of the loret 'ministry'' towards pacifying the popdlnr movement against
and'fr'ce-th'dGfgliMetidcr."' ' , ' ' , - - -, -
Some doubt 'was felt whcn'Senor Moret accepted the task of creat
ing a hew 'ministry, from ;he antagonistic factions around htm, nsato his
nblllty to "stem ifie'flde of agitation directed .toward the government, -
and this new step Is considered as .a complete (recognition 'of the voice ,4
of the- people. , '
The agitation wh ch was started bv the hot nrotests against then
Moroccan campaign "and which Was ripened W the Ferrer execution, Js l
anil puwvnuj, umiuugu wie resignation 01 ireimer niaura uia mucn
to allay it. it. Is thought that there are still chances of Premier Moret
being 'forced to resign.
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PROSECUTION WEAK IN STEINHEIL CASE.
PARIS, Nov. 8. Wntched by ilie greater pnrt of I tho European
and American world, the famous Stolnhell easo Is progressing slowly,
and today's session is considered as being In the defendant's favor. The
prosecution 'has been able to produce no direct evidence that will im
plicate "Madame Stclnhell with th'e two murders she Is charged with
comtnlttlhg, and the 'defehse Is 'confident that she will be given her
The sudden and dramatic 'alleged confession mn'de a few days ago
by n stranger among tlie spectators has coiae to nothing. The police
have been unnble to hud the man who mate it and scoff nt the Idea that
It has any bearing on the case. '
'PRESIDENT FAVORS NATIONAL SANITATION.
AUaiTSTA, On., Nov. 8. In his speech here today President Tatt f
placed himself on record as being In fator of national sanitation . His
remarks' were emphatic on the sub ect, and, he stated that, In his be
lief, a national boaiM of health would correct many flagrant evils now
This was the Inst address whfoh he will nuike on his famous swine
around the circle, which will go Into" history 'as one'df.ttie'inost'strtfn- '
uous spcecn-maKing irips ever mnuc'uy nny enter executive, louay ne
made an address at the State Fair a and leave's (his evehlrig for 'Wash
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RUSSIAN COMMITS DOUBLE vCRIME. j
SAN FRANCISCO. Nov. 8. One M the most sensational crimes Ini
the history of this city was consummated here this caning in (he qlgh't:
of many hundreds of people. Igndte N,bVkow, Vlluss'lan of this city.'
wlillo on tho Oakland ferry, suddenly drew a revolver and fired point!
blank at his mothcr-ln-law nnd.liei daughter, ,
The two victims fell to tho deck, and as the men near him rushed;
forward he turned the weapon npoti himself, fired, and dropped dead.
Mrs. Scholty the mother-in-law, wag fatally wounded and died "in a tew
minutes, lief daughter following lior over the border a little later.
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REVOLUTIONISTS AMBU3H GOVERNMENT FORCES. (
11 LUE FIELDS, Nicaragua, Nov, 8. A large party o'f 'revolutionists
havo ambuBhcd government forces a "few miles west of 'here, routing
them and killing 100 men. The revolutionists are moving up on Zc
laja's capital In large numbers, and hnve gained soveral minor victor-
leg o er government troops. The result of the revolution Is' In doubt J
yet, however, and moro concentrUlon joh the "part Sf ttto'jfoVeWmcntsls
m ' is ' , ' ,
CHINESE MINISTER SAILS THIS MONTH, '."i - ,
StlANQtlAI, Nov. 8. Chang Ylng Lang, the new Chinese Minister
to the United States', leaves .Nov. 16 for the scene of 'his new diplomatic
activities. He takes the Pacific Mall steamship Mongolia, leaving this
port On that date. 'and will 'arrive in Honolulu, eh route to "San Fran
cisco, on Dec. 3. Ills appointment as tho successor1 6fW,u 'Ting (Fang
is in lino, with tlio reorganization policy ol the 'government.! and tne
prince regent. ' '
$2, $2,50, $3.50j
At any -of these prices ;
we cah "gbre yoti any style '
of Hat in any color that is
correct this season, both in soft and straw
shdpes. ' Sfyles are extensive. You are sure
o get'a hat that looks est oh you. In the
soft Shades we iiaVe Black, ferown, Tan,
feen, and 'Oxford.
Comer Fort and Hotel Streets
DRY GOODS DEALERS.
Corner King and Bethel
NEW CONSUL HERE
Tsang Hai Wants Rest
But He May Be Given
Setter Position '
His Imrierlal Chlncs'o Majesty's Con
sul Tseng Hal, wh6 Is Very )Hpular
with the Watnaalna'B hero wllMeave for
China In the early part of 'December.
He expects to retire "from the govern
ment service when lie arrives at 'Pe
king. Report has It. however, that ho
will bo gtvfcn n moro Important posl
tlon upon his arrival In China.
Tseng Hal, according to reliable In
formation, has been in the government
rervlco about twenty years. He was
first appointed ns Chlncs'o Consul for
Snn Francisco In 1882. From there ho
was transferred to tho Chinese Lega
tion In Washington, whero ho remained
for thrco jears. Returning to China
ho afterwards wertt tp New York as
Consul. From thore ho went to the
Chinese Legation In Toklo, Japan, re
maining there about seven years- lie.
stiles being in the Consular nervlce, he
was connected with the Chncso Chll
Tseng Hal yc'ljl bo succeeded by Loo
Chung Yoife!Xtott.y!o Is 'expected to
nrrjvo herp.lft.Ngepibe.r, In compapy
Sealed tenders will be received
by the Superintendent of Public
Works until 12 m. of Wednesday,
December 15. 1909Mor furnishing
tho Department 'of Public Works
VirK tx nnn nfn ft. ,nf -Ma "ln
wooden stave pipe, delivered . o. bi
ship's tackle, Kabulul, Maul. '
'Specifications and proposal blanks
on file In the Department of Public
The Superintendent of Public,
Works reserves the right to reject
any or all bids.
11 Superintendent of Public ;Works.
iDept. Of Public Works, Honolulu.
Nov. 8, 1909. ' mr-st
serves the right to reject any and all
.'fly order of the President of tho
JOHN H. WISE.
Clerk of the Senate.
Honolulu, T, II.,
An' ' " ' '
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At All Watohdealen.
yrr. FORI and KING Sts... HosvOiW
with His Excellency Chang Ylng Tang,
tho new'Chlneso Minister to Washing
ton Tlio now Consul 'for Honolulu," It
Ic said, does not understand English
Ills work will be dbno by Kwan
Ylng Lun, the .socr'otary-lntcrprefer,
Ills Chinese secretary' will lie Lau Ping
Mlntstor Chang Ylng Tang, who it III
succeed Dr. Wu Tlng'lFan, 'who is
cry impular 'IniWashlrigton, Is also
reacted as lacking "the irufflclent
knowledge of the English language.
Ho was at one, time a counccllor'ot tho
Chinese Legation in Washington, Under
Although no official information rel'
atlve to the changes of tho Chinese
Consul has been received locally. It, Is
generally pros'uiAed that such lafc-rma-tlon
will be received after jtbe new.
Aiiiusicr leaves wnina ior waaningion.
Tho 'Chinese Consuls In Bah'Wanclsco
the Home Rovernmeht
Speeifleationi for Printinfc the 'Sen
ate Journal, Speoial Ses
Ilids for printing the Journal of
the 8e'nate, Special Session of 1909,
wlllTio received' until nine o'clock a.
m. on Wednesday. November 10,
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-Dtakn In .FniBitut Kattxttte
-Sta.7 lit. JUL-ldtii of XOA and
USHOJsT IDllTIirja aada T
JXlaf Btratt Iwa of Flalmirket.
DXT SOODS AID TUJUnSHTHO
800D8 of XVXRT BX-
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Mlnchln sail, for
Australia on the Maramo. Novemfier
13, to mako the (Jolonlc's 'their future
home. Mr. Mlnclijn has been prom
inently Identified with the ,Dpder'rlf.
era' Association liero'for'sev'crary'efirs,
mid both, ho and his popular yohng
v, Ifo nro leaving a host of friends be
hind to regret their going, but' -who
wish them siiccess'in'thelr'new'under
lakliig. s s ' ' -v
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Men's Work a Specialty
We launder collars, cuffs and shirts in that superb ''finish so much
couijht after by gentlemen of refined taste. All work done by hand.
Phone 1451, '258 'Beretania Bt.
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CHICKEN RANCH -FOR
1 1-4 acres" at KaHhVaUeT, with
five-room 'cottate. ,Yrtt Water. Sea
Houses. Stables. r l.lOO ti Wire-'
nettinr fence. 300 Ba,nanu. etc.
4 dor. Htni. Wh. Plytnonth Soeki
and Wh. Leghorns. Oood Hone and
Bunry. 'All -for , ,,A ,
Also 2.4 acres unimproved, adjoin
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Waity Bldg. v 74 S, Kiat; St.
sealed anil addressed to John
H. Vise, Clerk of the 'Senato it the
Illds 'must specify the prlco per
page at which the work -wrllt bo
done, such' price to Include all anil
every expense for composition, pa
per, uresswork, binding, lettering
'and delivery, the'same to be furnish
ed In a first-class and workmanlike
mannor and condition without any
additional diaries, t
Type to bb. used will be Long
Prjm'er, leade'd, for.be body ot'sa'ld
Journal, with Insertions to be set
In Ilrevler, leaded. The form, ar
rangement, workmanship and bind
Ina shall be similar In every respect
'(o the Seh'at'e Journal of tho Regu
lar Session of 1909. . - ''
The paper shall be 48 lb. Wh(to
"A" Hook, or 48 lb'. White "Albion".
1 AKll7v copies Ol sum juurnai
10s lie 'bound in Full Sheep, lettered
'in 'gold, "and. two hundred (!00)
copies to bo bound In Cloth, with
fltilloy Proofs to be 'delivered
wIthlnHvb,(2) days After receipt 'ot
copy of Hu'ld -Journal 'by the s'ncccls
'ful tfdder, nnd Revised 'Page Proofs,
corrected from Qallcy Proofs, to be
uvuvereu wuiiin iwo iil.uujil uuer
return of sold Galley proofs '
Fifty (50) copies of'sald1 Journal,
boun'd In Full Sheep.'to be delivered
within ten, (10) days after refcflpt
of "copy of' Index, by the successful
bidder, and the balanceto bo deliv
ered within ten (10) days thcra-
'alter, u - - . -'
A certified .check In the 'sum of
one hundred ($100.06) dollars, pay
able, t6 Hon. W. O. Smith, President
of the Senate, to be, furnished by the
successful bidder 'to Insure the faith
ful pairurinaure and prompt delivery
of tlm work ns nforesald.
, Rids will be opened ''fit tho Senate
Chamber, In the; Capitol pulldlng.
Honolulu, at nine "o'clock a,'m. on
Wednesday, November 10, 1909.
The President pf the Senate re-
WArl CHONG CO.
DRY' GOODS AND TAH0RI1S.
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LADIES' WOOL BWEATMU
BZ&K AND KID GLOVES
SOX LISLE HOSIERY
Miss Kale Woodard 'J
1141 Port Street.
FRENCH and EYELET
MRS. 7. ROSENBERG '
- Alexander Young Hotel
HONOLULU DANCING ACADEMY
Votta, Monday and Friday nighta at
J: JO o'clock. Kilohana Art Leagae,
ind the direction of,
New Dances a SpeoiaUa', .
Information tnrnhhed by OH
3urmeiter at WALL. NICHOLS .CO.,
(ins; St Telephone Store Nl.
Received x Alameda a New l 1
;ieat of Latwt StylH 1b , fT'3
rATjrjES- Kan. 'M
WING ON CHONG
Brine ronr aieiom ta and we'll
deii(H' fraa'o ytur aatisfaeMon.
Sethil dm. the Empire.
om 371. ,
idea nuuanu tt
Dr. F. SCHUMANN
Comer Union and Beretamk ftta.
House Consulting, 2-3 p. a.ttmt
nrdayi excepted. Operatbg, t-ll
t, in., $6 p. m.
The beet in
ROSES. CARYATlOsTS tmA atW
, -cto rwwiu,-i
fii'n'ufiilturs from Wra etni(l Wa
tor. Oellvsritf to any part M otty b
MMrtMUe dnvarsj. ,
OAID ICE 1111 ELECTHC tO.,
'and'oilte-at 8Se met
-IfaMrid ia 10-lb. Mi
1SS MercNant it
'Bamboo Vnndtsn Hala te wtW')'
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OELEPH0KE 497. , . '2 &
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(turd by.Aa (
Arctic Soda Waterworks
BulIerln'Bu'llneiiOffloe hone 2S8.
BtOlUo Editorial Soon Pboso 180.
P. H. SURNBm
Com'r. of Deeds for, Calif 1
'ew Tfork: NOTARY
Grant Maniaee Liceniei:
Uortnree. Deeds. Bill at
Leaeee, WUls, Etc. tteraiy fwr.lfct
Diitriet Courts. 78 MERCMUB
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The Industrial .XdltioK ''tlfctj
evening ounciiB, wzsaaai
ready 'for maUInsr, SO centi atiN
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