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A Dressed Doll GRATIS with a ?2.0N0
purchase, and a Large Size Dressed Doll
with a $5.00 purchase.
Sachs' Dry Goods Co.9Ltd.
Cor. Fort and Bcretania Sts.
. EXQUISITE MILLINERY
t Hcducrticn Snlo Begins Wednesday, December Fiist.
102 'J Nuuanu St.
Oyri Your Own
t AND STOP PAYING RENT
Anipuni St. Two cottages; lot 70x108; icnt $40
i per mofith ; a bargain $3,500.00
Puumii Six-room cottnRc; near liliha St.; lot
Kapiolani St. Eight rooms; modern; a perfect
1 view : 3,700.00
Kaimuki lots, near car line 350,00
Lusitania St. Six room cottage and bath ..'..,. 1,900.00
School St., nenr Emma Six icoms; a daisy .... 2,700.00
When we tfet your wireless call for HELP,
we will come to the rescue with tfood old
PRINTER'S INK :
tOOD ADVERTISING HAS SAVED MANY BUSINESS MEW
FROM FINANCIAL , SHIPWRECK
Opp. Fire Station.
Mikahala Soon Off the
f'Theto la tmtlihiR In oppi(illng
Mr:iinirn it t n Io"r" wan the coneliitl
Ing comment ofTeicd Its M'liuiKt'r .1
A. Kenned) of Ilic Inter-Island Steam
KiivtK.it lem Coniimi) In lofuriucc to
the contemplated withdrawal of Hie
steamer .Mikahala fioni a run to Maul
Molokai nuil I .mini polls.
"Thu Allknti iln Is ton law u vessel
Tor this inn" Eiild Air Kenned) this
morning "Anollitr thing In lie con
ildeiud Is tliiit n steamer thu sire of
Hut Mlkah.il.i Is constant!) thientoucil
llh tllb.i.tcr during thu wlnlcr
months when attempting to negotiate
kotuo of the mnro dangerous kmI of
call on this inn.
"It Is fiHillrh to tako risks of Krotiiut
ing a vevbd of Hint slzu upon the
reefs,-when a smaller steamer coulil
with conip.uatlve safety enter thu har
bors In the whiter season even though
tlu wouthet Is generally roimh and
'There Is no Intention upon the part
of the Inter-Islaml Ste.im -Navigation
Compnti) to eliminate this run from
Its legular sclieilule of sailings. It Is
i.afo to assume, however, that the
blenmer AII:uliiila will he taken off
I lie Molokai I onto as It Is called, and
I laced on a tun where freight ami pas-
re nger truffle dcinnnils are greater and
piove nunc profitable.
Last winter the company ran many
links In losing thu present vessel un
paged In thu Honolulu Molokai trade.
Patrons of the line aie sometimes In
tllnttl to accuse n steamer captain of
possessing cold feet because he hc-d-
tales In tillering n port during winter
i-totnis v.lth Its train of rough and
timpestuous sens anil trcucheious cur
icntH. It must be taken Into consid
eration that a skipper of an Inter Is
land steamer has much lesponslhltitv
at stake. Iln has been nlnced In
innrgo of piopcrty thnt repiesents ai
goodly lnesttunt of c.ipltal.
'It Is ivt ileenieil wlso to maintain
n,vcsul on tint run which during the
winter season miit otierate at a dl
llnct loss to the in migeniont and for
the personal accommodation of one or
two pasietigcrs wlio might otherwise
lmo" a fancied grievance If compelled
to tracl by a smaller boat.
According to Mr. Kennedy the Inter
Island pcnnlo will cnntlniio to coer
the routo as formerly. The dnto set
for tho withdrawal of the .Mikahala
from tlnj Molokai run hns not jot been
definitely determined hut It Is expect
ed thnt the inovq will ho made heforo
At a special meeting of tho share
holders of C. Iliewer & Co. Ltd..
whlih was held this niornlnir at the
companj's olhccs, It was decided to
incre.iFe the inpltal of the corpora-
lion fioni $2,1100.000 to $2, 200, 000.
Tho mealing wirs rlilv n hrlcf one.
iilid bejond lucrcnhlng the c.ipltul
stock, no other huslncbs was done.
The Incrcafco nf (200,000 Is due tn
tho fact thdt Iliewer & Co. hae tnh
en over tho plantation iiirenples
pretlotiHl) held byAW (J. Irwin & Co.
THIRTY DAY8 FOR
I'ablo Illoi claimed that ho mado a
mlsliiku In selection nf his hrands of
cniidensed milk that Is ullcgei to hao
been taken fiom the premises of a
uilncso btorekeeper. Hlos confronted
tho pollco nfUKlstrato this morning and
was found guilty of stealing so en tins
of condensed lacteal fluid as woll as
f.oeral cans of piescncd mcijt.
Dr. Ilaldane, of Chicago, who has
boon on tilal.for muidcrlng his wire
has heon convicted.
Perhaps (lerman)'H piefercnco fot
12-lnch guns for her hattloshlnii nrlu,..!
fioni the conclusion thnt guns of Just
1 2lnchCH nro best for a war "foot"-lng
rioni rrcshlent Taffs standpoint,
goir Is c.ipablo of suppljlng tho miss
ing link In many a inan'a happiness.
I.ady cashlor; must ho experienced
and ahto to take tclephnnu orders.
Addles II. It., Bulletin ofllce.
I'm iiIhIiciI rooms fnr working men;
I week up. 1281 Toil 8t
Certlllt.ito of Depoilt No. 53S07 on
,lll!,!l!-...c,"-Z.Jill,ll'i' leturii to
lllsho'p llauk. -H79-3t
BUT CABINS PLENTY
Duplicate Bookings Is the
Cause of Much
Theic is riinui fm at least llfly
nddltlun.il travelers fnr San I'raticls
i.o nn the Oceanic stutnci Al.iuieda,
which Is to'sall for tho I'uclfle coast
port at 10 o'clock lomoriow morn
ing. A similar condition nf affairs ex
Uted lit the time of the departure of
the Alntson liner llllonlan, which
left fur the California port this
morning. The lllloislnn sailed
through the channel with only a
small portion nf her excellent .pas
senger luconiinodatlou occupied,
"It looks like a cisc of pa) lug
Miur money and taking nur choice
In tho matter of passenger transpor
tation liotwcpn Honolulu mid tho
west coast of the United States these
daH,"' was the comment offered b
u shipping man who has been In
touch with local conditions here fur
n nuinhcr of )ears.
"I would like to draw the atten
tion of those advocates of an linme
tllato suspension of tho coastwlso
shipping laws to the prevailing lack
of passengers to he found at the
Tho Pacific Mall liner Mongolia
has left Yokohama, Japan, mid Is
duo to arrive In Honolulu on I'rlday.
Tho vessel's agent wired from the
last Japanese port of call that thu
Mongolia had first-class accommoda
tion for ono hundred or inoro pas
sengers. This notice was received
by II. Ilnrkfeld & Company home
itnjK ago. The hooklngt ul tho Ho
nolulu ntllce of tho Pacific Mall will
hardly total seventy after tho usual
process of elimination is gone
thiuugh In which tho dtipllc.ite book
ings lire stricken off tho list.
Thu Inst tilp of tho Oceanic Ala
meda to San Kianclsco developed
the fact that tho vessel had bomo
llfteen cnhlns to spare. All Indica
tions point to tlfe," popular Honolulu
San Pranclscp 'ferry bn.it leaving thu
port Iniiioriow'' within niimher nf va
The cnthiisl istlc supporter nf a
plan whereby Japanese and other
foreign vesselglll ho given an op
portunity of cutting Ipto the local
passenger buslneus o the mainland
might with p'roflt Bnd food fur reflec
tion hy pavliig-nn occasional visit to
the lot al steamship unices, or, hettor
still, going aboard the outgoing ves
sels and Kottlnjpa line at close range
on tho "ciowInt tof,passonEori" as
well as tho throng that Is oft re
ported as licluJtjrnod nway because
ui mo jucrcni jccommodniion. :
Tho greatcitiCriuihlu encountered
by Intending passengers at the busy
beason Is canted by the duplicate or
uipiicato booking Indulged In hy the
Intending traveler. This Is one of
the greatest evils which local ship
ping interests huvo to contend. If
the time should arrive here when
the steamship agencies will demand
a deposit upon an application for a
passage. It is believed that tho great
er portion of the tabulation and an
nounce will havo been eliminated.
The Mam Inula, coming In from
San riant I? co estcraay, was tilled
wiin tiirco In nearly every state
mom. WOMAN OBJECTED TO
A Jnp.iiicju woman, who declared
herself n lone widow, objected to a
compulsory and strenuous discolora
tion of her person by n lining and
muscular lljwallan named Kealoha,
and as a result the )oiing man was
assessed a lino of $10 and tho trim
mings this morning. Tho row was
ono of tho nclghbuihood variety. It
enmo up over tho alleged., depreda
tions hy somo chickens and a com
mon jcllo wdog. Tho chickens en
cioached upon tho Japancso domain
and the Hawaiian dog proceeded to
nvengo tho insult and was laid out
by a well-directed nilsslo thrown by
tho hoy. The Jiipnneto. set up a
icmonstraneu which woiind up In
the Hawaiian Indicting bodily Injur
ies upon me ngeu woman.
A SHIPMENT of fueloll fof'the As
sociated Oil Compaii) has arrived at
tho port hy tho American steamer
Hnsocians, This vessel .was n visitor
to Honolulu this mninlng. Tho steam
er Is expected will bq roady fur ills
patrh fm a return trip to (lav Iota to
THinti: WAS a largo assemblage nf
penplo gathered at tho Inter-Island
vdiarf to witness tho dcpartuic of tho
steamer Minimi Kca for Maul ami Ha
waii ports. Tho vessel carried a Inrun
fi eight list and sailed with nil her
cabin p.ibbenger accommodations nc
copied, Thu Hawaiian band, which
plaved off the Alatsnn N'nvli-itlnn
sle.lmer llllonlan at 10 o'clock also
lendoied sovcr.il llvel) airs pilor to
the silll'ig or tho popular llllo llnui. I
Two Oaklaiul, Cat., men have been
granlod letters patent nn n bottlo that
cannot bo iclllled after nnco being
emptied. - - -
m ; if
Hy tho mall arriving from the
coast jenterdaj tame tho commis
sion direct from Wiiahlngtnn mak
ing Captain porwln P. ilees n full
Hedged admiral In tho navy of Un
The ceremony of mining tho admi
ral's pennant at tho local naval sta
tion will take place on Thuisday, at
which oven the Itoal Hawaiian hand
If Honolulu had nothing else but her military future to boast of. it would be sufficient. It
is difficult for any one to estimate Honolulu's military possibilities with her favorable pogrash
ical position and the, enormous amount of work contemplate I by the U. S. Government. When
you consider the extensive improvements under way, the large appropriations that have been
made by Congress and the number of barracks and forts bcinc established, you can readily see
that Honolulu is going to be the greatest military point the world has ever known.
SCHOFIELD BARRACKS. FORT SHAFTER, FORT RUGER. FORT DE HUSSY. FORT
ARMSTRONG. THE NATIONAL GUARDS. MARINES. ARTILLERYMEN. AND BATTALIONS
OF ENGINEERS may some day number TWENTY-FIVE THOUSAND MEN, increasing the pres
ent monthly pay-roll of $50,0,00 to $500,000 or more. 7
GREATER PEARL HARBOR MEANS A GREATER HONOLULU
WASHINGTON. Nov. 11, 1909. President Taffs first work on his return
from his tour abroad was to give his attention to matters relating to the develop
ment of American interests in the Pacific.
One of the vejeed questions of the administration and department has been the
relative amount of work that should be done in shaping th: plans for the fortifica-
tions of Hawaii and the Philippines.
President Toft today gave his approval to the recommendation of the ioint army
and navy board making Pearl Harbor the greatest naval center of America in the
Pacific, Temporary equipment only will be provided for the Olongapo naval Sta
tion in Subig Bay, and the impiovement of Cavite and Manila harbor will be aban
doned, the theory of the board being that the Army will be relied .upon to protect
This decision is very important in its bearings on the development of the
naval and military policies of the country in the Pacific. All the great work of
the navy will go on at
Admiral Sebrcc's fleet during its recent visit distributed over $300,000 in Honolulu
within one week. This will give you some idea of what may be expected when the Pearl Harbor
Naval Base is completed and Honolulu becomes the naval center for the entire Pacific. ' The pay.
rolls of the fleet that will be stationed at Pearl Haibor. together with the regular monthly pay
rolls of the several forts and barracks in the city will make Honolulu's military income run
into many millions of dollais annually. With such a promising military future you will find
us correct in our claim that property purchased in the KAIMUKI NEW OCEAN VIEW DIS
TRICT today is sure to increase to many times its picsent value. Our prices $500, for corner
lots and $400 for inside lots, size 75 ft. by 150 ft., with liberal installment terms, gives you a
splendid opportunity to make a safe and profitable investment, and secure a beautiful ocean
Kaimuki Land Co., Ltd.
Rooms 37 and 38 Young Building, Honolulu, T. II.
Only the man that has a Crav
enett knows the real comfort it
affords in stormy weather and the
satisfaction he gets out . of the
same garment in cold weather-
Our Cravenettes are 52 inches
long, cut wide and full to permit
of easy walking-
We have them in two grades,
$22.50 and $25.00.
LAID TO REST.
The funeral of tin l.itu Mis. Perry.,
who died suddenly at tho Volcano'
House last wffli, took placu uslerday
Seniles weio hi Id In tho Catholic
church after which tho remains wero
Interred In thu famllj plot nt thu Cath
Tho pall hearers wero 15. O. Whlto.
Consul Catinvarru. .ImUe Andrade,
Cecil llrown, Walter Wall, i: It. Stack
ablu 185 editorial rooms 250 t""'
nei office. These are the telephone
nnmhftr pf 4hn Rullatln nfflr.
g earl Harbor.
DIED THIS MORNING
.Mrs l.ouls.i Ilrlckwood widow of the
late Capt Arthur P Ilrlckwood, died
this morning at her home in this city
lot heart failure. .Mrs Hrlckwood was
I eighty ono cars of age, and was in a
. vei weak condition at thu tlmcof thu
I death nf her daughter a few weeks ,;.
The funeral will lake placu loiiior-
m- afternoon from thu resident o at
i .10. Tlio leremouy will bu private.
BULLETIN PUBLISHING- CO., LTD.
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