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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, December 08, 1909, 3:30 EDITION, Page 3, Image 3',
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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H , WEDNESDAY, DEC. 8, l&ufl.
If In Doubt
what to buy visit our store.
Holiday Suggestions galore.
Our Stock of ' v
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 Beretairia Sts.
Opp, Fire Station,
' ON T. K. K. MAP
Manager Avery Insists
No Change Is
Honolulu In at til tin thn Too Ki
no n Knlsha inn p nuil will umtlmie
to conspicuously flgnro ns a port of
call for tile line .liipniicso liners tin
I (lie j' vojngo between China ami
Jjpan portB ami Sun Fruiielsco.
Tin) persistent ami perrcnlal ru
mur heard about t lie (tubs nml ho
tut corridors In the 11rI0us Asiatic
treaty ports that the present traffic
agreement between tlm Tojo Klsen
Kulslm and the 1'atlhc Mall Steam-
ntilji Company Iiiih sustained n seri
ous 1 upline Hiimcleiit to causa the
companies to seclc their Bipirato In
terests In given emphatic denial ly
Assistant General Malinger W. II.
Avery, who passed thiough Hono
lulu on Monday ns n passenger on
tlie liner Chlo Marti.
One 11 f tlii! many stories eninnat
Ini; fiom thi const was to the effect
tint tho Japanese liners would noon
cease to call at 'Honolulu port be
iiiiuo of the break in "the aKrcemcnt
Vow binding Hie steamship Unci.
With the elimination of tho Hawa
iian capital the T. K. K. liners would
bo enabled Mo make a liiudi faster
p ihtiiKu iicross the l'ailllc, 11s the
iikcIh would ptocecd from Yoko
hama, to Sin rralittsro dltcc,t nml
would oer the distance In a lit
tlu over ten daK.
"Tho T050 Klsen Kalshu will not
break with the. I'aclllc Mall line and
enter Into n running agreement with
llpi Western I'aclllc llnllro.ul, as was
lepnrlcd, according to W. II. Avery.
iisHlstant genunil nitiniigcr of the
line. Accoullng to a ioist Inter
view with Mr. Avery, thu present
tnUllo agreement, which has been In
effect for ten cars, was satisfactory
to the .JiiiMiieto Jlne. It Is a con
tiact, however, with no tlmo limit,
nnd It may bo terminated bj- either
ptrty on six months' notice. "It Is
the purpose of the romp my,'' said
Mr, Avery, "to declop thu South
American roast trade. So fur It has
proved to. be priftltiiblo and can be
nuido 111010 so. Thn service will
shortly bu Increased by tho addition
nf'n new steamer. 8I10 Ik u craft of
10. "00 tons nnd Is capable of mak
ing 13 Knots on her run. While- In
Yokohama I attended the meeting
of tho directors of tho Too Ktsen
1 Company, and I would say right hero
that tho company was thinking t
amalgamating with the Nippon Yu-
ison Knisha, which operates steam
y.ern botweeii Japan nnd I'nget Sound
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and Insular service and tho Clilneso
trade. At the meeting of directors
tho differences In tho company re
lating to tho polk) dividend pnlng
were, gpne Into. T. Asnbq, the
Bteaiiitlilp magnate of Japan, mid
President of the company, outlined
his view regarding tho establishment
of a sinking fiuul nud the Injuihcr
in which d,lildqnds should Ve divid
ed nmV the agreement reached by all,
of the directors was lilghl) satisfac
tory." , ,
"Is there any probability of jour
company terminating traffic rela
tions with the I'a'ciflc Malt Coinpnn)
and entering' into iew ones with
the Western l'nqlfla llnel" vvus
"Tiiero Is nothing In It," replied
Mr. Aver). "Our contract w'lth tho
Pacific Mull Company, which has
been In existence for ten jears, still
stands. While It can be loimlnatcil
by cither part) In six mouths upon
notice, 1 can say that at present wo
have no other traffic ngrecment In
Among soma of tho books recently
received at tho Public l.lbrarj nro
Origins of Chrlitlnnlt). by Chas. Ulg:
Orolg and Ills Music, by II. T. Klnck;
Jap-in nnd Her People. b Anna ilarts
horne: Awnkenlng of Turkev. by E. I'
t.'Hn.t. HM... !.. I.... m, r .
,-vinHHi, 1 111 r-iiDBiiiK 01 .Morocco, oy
Krc- Moore: Tho Melting Pot. by Is
rocl ZmmuIII; People of the Polar
isortli, liv Knml Hnsmiisscii; Noith
nrd Ovfcr tho Oreat Ice, by Com
lnandor Kobcrt B. Peary, and in ui)
other works by well known wrltets
Some twent)-no new books of fiction
hivy also-been milled to the shelves
Thcro uro a loj of fishermen around
tlm waterfront at p;esciit, and a big
run of mullet Ins conio in the harboi.
Dread bait and n very small book on
a fine lino, seems to bo the rluht sort
of tackle to iiw In landing the didnl)
Hill I '
If )ou have a Steluway phno )ou
are suro yMi hnvo the best. It's In l
class by Itself.
A STKAMSII1P company with n cap
Ital or $2.()00.()QO Is 1h lug org itdied at
Hamburg to cstnbllsh a lino to da!
THE SlX-MASTT.D schoonor width
Is being built at Until. Me , will bo urcd
in tho coal vervlci botween PI1II.1 leT
phla, Ualtlmoro Migiuli and .Vow
Kngland ports. Alio will ho the 'inv
est craft of her rig alloat. Her dimen
sions nro: Length, 350 feet, width, Si
feet, and depth, .10 feet. She will b.
launched this month.
JOHN MORUIS formerly connect
ed with the liner Siberia, has been
appointed chief engineer of tho Port
hind steamer Hose City, succeeding
John Jackson, who has been grant
ed leave of absence ami Is on a
vacation trip to Kngland. William
Kceunn, who has been first assistant
engineer of the Manchuria, has bceu
appointed thief engineer of thu Kan
CLOSING-OUT SALE II
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Everything at a Sacrifice!!
HAVING DISPOSED OF OUR ENTIRE MERCANTILE BUSINESS AS OF JANUARY 1, 1010, WE ARE MAKINQ A ST0CK-
, TAKING SALE. ....,'
COMMENCING MONDAY, DECEMBER 6th
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AT 7 O'CLOCK A. M. EVERYTHING CLOSED OUT REGARDLESS OF COST.
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