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If In Doubt
what to buy visit our store.
Holiday Suggestions galore.
Our Stock of
Is most complete. Remember
. we are. headquarters for
Absolutely the very best values
Special This Week
10 per cent, discount on all
Sachs' Dry Goods Co.,Ltd.
Cor. Fort and Bcretania Sts.
Opp. Fire Station.
A LIVELY PLACE
Have Arrived In
It's mi iinlnntoil scene Hint presents
Itself in muni tln whnrves mill slip
way of IIiiiiiiIiiIii luii liar those dajs.
Kundns afternoon wltiioskod (liu in
ilvnl of four windjammers w lilcli have
Ik i.'ii mi tin' expected list for some
iIiijh part The Kieiich lmk In lllnnche,
forty Iv.n days fiotu HdIi.ii I, Is now In
the stream Twenty-seven dajs friiin
l'oit Ludlow the Ameilcnii schooner
Jiiini's Kiitpli linn turln'il ntul Ih ills
ohargln:? lumber to the oritur of Allen
A Hobliibon The schooner Churchill,
l!li u shipment of lumber for Lew
tun & Cnoko, cnnio ilown In twcnty-Bov-iui
days, Shu wail outLlilo thin morn
ing ildlng ut anchor awaiting u tow
lliiongh tliu (limine! nml Into the hnr
bor Th i) llrltlsh ship Celtic Chief Iiiih
mileil nfT Ihu pint one liunilroit mill
forty-inm tb.vH from Hamburg with n
full eurgo of feitlllzer but tho ousel
In nt pi own t hard ntnl fast upon tho
roof lesK (linn a half mile from tho
ontrauco In tho channel,
Out nt tho Huckfeld wharf Is tho
palatial liner Chlyo Mum Hiking on
fuel oil ami n smnll amount of cargo
ilostlnoit for tho Oilint. This vessel
will mil this evening. On tho other
shin of this whnrf Is the hark Knlulniil
which iris hem nt tho port since Sep'
tenibor "0 mnl Is now iimlcrKiiliiR re
pairs ami the fitting of u now riuhlcr.
I.lnoil up at tho railway wharves ills
il.ilng n oiltablu roiost of cargo
iii.n.l a zui.l hnoms are tho two gro.it
Auioiloan-Ilnwiillaii freighters, the
Alaskan, awaiting ilop.iiturn on her
legiilnr schedule to S.illna Cruz via
If!, mil pons, ami Hie Arlzonan, now
leaving a large goneial enrgo hiiiught
fiiini New York, San Francisco anil
A number of smaller C'soIs are at
tho vnrloluiv whnnos discharging or
awaiting sailing orders. The Alice
,Con(i Is still nt the Hallway wharf
as Is tin (lei man ship Alexander Ifi'ii
berg Tho St.uy n. Poster, a schooner
iiiiillniios to discharge lumber nnd a
iiuantlty of oil li going out or the
moilcnii ship Marlon E, Chllcott,
(Special to II u lie tin.)
WAll.lTKU, Maul, T)ec. 3. Hon
It. .1. K. Nawahlno of Wnlhco and
sl ntliiTH have potltnnod to Terri
torial Treasurer I,. 1). Conkllng to
giant them a chatter of Incorporation
by which the old stone church build
ing, tho premises nnd other property
may be held nnd controlled by them
as tiustees of said church properly
elected by tho church members. The
charter of Incorporation accompanied
, ARRIVE EARLY
Chiyo Maru Brings
fifty prominent Japanese represent
ing tliu Honorary Commissioners fiom
Japan to (lie. United States weie the
most conspicuous passengers to nrrlve
at Honolulu early this morning by the
Too Risen Knlsha liner Chlo Maru
This body of distinguished lnitor
Includes Unroll Shlbtmawa, who Is a
itittoBinan of ram perception mid abil
ity. In the party nre those prominent
ly Identified with the various Chnm
hers of Commerce throughout tho prin
cipal cities of Japan, such as Tokjo,
Oanka, Kobe, Yokohama and Nnga
bakl. There are also thiwe who hao
to'lii with big financial' and conimcr
clal Interests of .the Island Umpire.
8ocral newspaper men nre traveling
wth the party.
Assistant floncral Manager V. It
Avery of the T.'K. 1. Is a passenger
bound to Japan, whole he will reKrl
the result of his conference with tho
management of the Pacific Mall con
(ernlng tho present Joint schedule
which Is now In effect between the
American nnd Japanese steamers.
The Chlo Maru came down fiiini
San Francisco In (he dns mid elgh
teen hours. Tho vessel btought live
l.iy-ovcr passengers to Honolulu, but
being u foreign bottom, of course lould
bring no freight. Socn days main
land mail arrived by tho U'ssol.
Tho officers report a fine trip mid
fnlr weather was encountered the
greater imrtlon of tho trip. Tho who
less apparatus wns crippled during, a
portion of the uijiige through (lie
blowing out of a fuse. One or two ou
sels weie sighted but other than that
the trip w-ns one without stnitllug In
There arc 109 through cabin passeu
gers, CI in the second class and B27
traveling In the steerage to Asiatic
ports. In tho specie tanks of the liner
Is a shipment of one million dollars In
tho fluctuating coin or Mexico that will
bo left at China ports. The ossel
also liea is one million1 dollars In gold
coin and bullion that Is' consigned to
Tho present pasrenger list or the
Chlo Mnru Is said to bo tbo largest
that she has carried since going lull
commission. As an Indication that
tho boycott Instituted by the Chinese
against tho Japanese steamers Is now
at mi end, tho officers point with pleas
ure to the fact that there are out five
bundled Chinese Included In the num.
ber of passengers proceeding to the
Orient by tliu vessel. For a long time
no Chinese would trnvel by tho Japan
eso vessels berau.so.or trado troubles
existing between tho nations. Tho
dido's cargo is rather n light one,
there being a little over a thousand
tons, a portion of which is cotton des
tined for the splnulng mills of Jnp.m.
.lulling ino important inrougli pas-
Everything' at' a Sacrifice!!
HAVIN0 I3F0SED OF OUR ENTIRE MERCANTILE BUSINESS AS OF JANUARY 1, 1910. WE ARE MAKING A STOCK
?' J TAKING SALE. ,, .
COMMENCING MONDAY, DECEMBER 6th
AT 7 O'CLOCK A. M. EVERYTHING CLOSED 0 UT REGARDLESS OF COST." 'V
LIQUORS, TOILET ARTICLES, NICKLE PLATED WARE, GLASSWARE, CROCKERY, AGATEWARE, CIGARS, WINES
AND CHAMPAGNE, ETC, ETC,
LEWIS & CO., LTD.,
160 KING STREET.
to tV 18bwP w
GOOD STYLISH SUITS
If you have never seen the suifjj
we sell for $20.00 there is a big.
r j. ;
At this price we can give you a
good practical up-to-date suit of
fancy patterns, or a guaranteed blue, Jt
serge. These suits are hand tailor-
ed in every part and will hold their J
shape through all ki nds of hard wear.'
We have a large line of them, just
the overcoat for this climate, cut j
full and long. They come in two i
grades, $22.50 and $25.00.
sengcrs Is Oeorge V. l!nos, who rein
resents tho Sperry flour Company In
China nnd tho lV.ist. Ills headiiiart
ers Is at Hongkong. It, M. Mlckle, n
former civil englneei coniiected with
the Canton-Hankow railway line In
South China now represents the
Standard Oil Company at Amny, China
He Is returning after a business tilp
to the United Stntes,
It. J, llarrli.on is a rising young bus
iness man of Mnnila. Mr. Harrison
has been attending to Important mat
ters concerning the lniiortation of
American lumber Into the Philippines
mid tho exportation of fine and vain
nblo hard woods from the Philippines
to the furniture centers of the United
The Chlyo Mum Is scheduled to sail
for Yokohama and other Oriental ports
at 5 o'clock. It is possible that the
cbscl will Increase ber speed n por
tion of the way ncinss to the first
Jnpancso port. The steamer has con
siderable bulky cargo for Yokohama
and tho vessel mny remain thero con
siderably longer than usual In consequence.
LARGEST BELT EVER MADE.
Now York, Nov. 17. What Is de
clared to bo the largest and most ox-
jmmisUo leather holt ever made for
rower drive has just been shipped to
the South from this city. Tho belt Is
240 feet long six feet wide, thieo ply
thick, and was, constructed at a cost of
S5S0O. Into the belt went the hides
of 510 Texas steers. Tbo bolt was
built for tho Oreat Southern Lumber
Com pan', of Dogalnsa, La,
aiKFARD In this city, Dec. 5. 1000,
to Mr. and Mrs. Harold ulffard, n
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL ALL KINDS. ' ,
CHURCHES AND SCHOOLS SUPPLIED.
We have a large stock at low prices. Imported
French Bon Bom and Chocolates, Mnrshmallowi. Etc.
Finest in the world made fresh every day.
ORDER YOUR CHRISTMAS CANDIES HERE
HOTEL. NEAR UNION STREET.
EASTMAN KODAK FILMS
ARE FIRST IN QUALITY
Were first on the market. They have been imitated, but the imitators
lire always behind in trying; to catch up with the improvements that
arc being constantly made in Eastman films. Eastman films not ".only
have the greatest latitude speed, and the best "Color Ratio" ortho
chromatic quality, but, iu addition, Eastman films are NON-CURLING
and N0N-HALATI0N. . "
Be on the safe side and buy EASTMAN FILMS.
HONOLULU PHOTO SUPPLY CO., Ltd.
"Everything Photographic" Fort Street
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