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nVCNINO TJUU-ETIN. HONOLULU. T. 1!., .PVDAY, I)HC I.!, I30U.
ANOTHER GREAT SALE EVENT
A BANNER OFFERING
Real Hand-Made and Hand-Drawn '
Scarfs & Squares
, Full Length Scarfs and
' Large-Size Squares
Values up to $2.75 for $1.25
ON SALE WEDNESDAY, Dec. 15
Goods now on display in our
Fort Street windows
Sachs' Dry Goods Co., Ltd.
Cor. Fort and Beretania Sts.
Opp. Fire Station.
An Appreciated Gift
Has value in the eyes of the receiver for its beauty and
usefulness. Imported Chinese goods have both these quali
ties. AmoiiR the articles that vc arc showing are dress
silks, sill: shawls, handkerchiefs and shirt waists in all
Buying is made easy when you see this display. We
invite you to call.
WING WO TAI & CO.,
041 Nuuanu St.
Reduction Sale Begin Wednesday, December First.
K. . UYEDA
1028 Nuuanu St.
HEAVY BONDS ARE
Goes Direct Home To
RAX KltAXCISCO, Col.. Dec. 3. Af
ter spending morn tlmn n year In tho
county Jail pending Ills appeal from'n
conviction for bribery. Abo lluef was
Inst night admitted to ball by Supe
rior Judge (leorgo Cabntilss.
The gates of tho prison swung open
for Htief shortly iifir tjildnlght, when,
accompanied by a deputy sheriff, lie
was whirled In an nutomobllu fiom the
cliniiihrrs of Judge Cahutilss to the
Iiiglcsldo jail niut there piesentcd his
fnininl older of release.
Kiom the Jail Rucf went Immediate
ly to his home In I'lcrco street, where
his parents, both of whom are serious
ly III, wcie anxiously awaiting him.
"I tunc no statement to make con
cerning my release," snld riuef after
Judge Cnbanlss had npprotcd his
bonds. "I am going to rush to the
bedside of my father and mother. They
need me. I shall icmntn with tlfcni
for the next two or throe da). I may
Issue a formal statement later."
Ball Set at $000,000.
Kiief's ball was llxed fit 1300,000 by
Judge fnbnnlss yesterday nfteruoou
after a teport of a committee of phy
sicians appointed by the Judge showed
that the health of the former boss
would bo seiiously undermined by
fuither (onfluement at the county Jail.
It wiH late at night before the sure
tics were assembled and approved.
The sum of $250,000 was required as
surety to coor the charge of bribery
upon wlili li Huef stands convicted, and
$.O,U0o was placed as surety for his
appeal unco to answer some eighty in
dictments still hanging over his head.
When Judge ('ubuulss issued his or
der yesterday afternoon, Attornej l!eo.
Keane, who represented Ituef In the
ball proceedings, hurriedly assembled
the prisoner's friends by telephone.
Itucf was taken to Judge Cuhantss'
clinmlxis with his bondsmen.
These weie the bondsmen that qual
ified and were appioed by tho court;
lilrscli, Joseph, merchant and realty
Illisrh, Leopold, merchant and
icolty owner, $125,000.
Davis, Albertlne, realty owner, 638
Dcvlsadero street, $30,000.
Goodman, A., merchant, 1119 deary
(loodman, Sarah, realty owner, 111!)
Cenry btrect, $2.1,000.
Splro, Samuel, men limit, 1722 Stel
ner street, $50,000.
Holler, It. V., contrnetor, 320 llry
ant street. $30,000.
Abrams, Zcke, theatrical manager,
Schymctnskl, M realty owner, 147
Castro street, $3.1.000.
Murlul, Frank, undertaker, 619
A Rare Opportunity
Is offered to buw a few lots on KA
LAKAUA AVE., opposite MR.
KALAUAOKALANI'S residence, on
easy terms. $50 cash and $10 per
month. No interest. Prices are
$200, $250 and $350. High grounds,
COME RIGHT NOW and select
your lot, as the' lots are going fast.
Waity Bldir. 74 S. King St.
P. E. R. Strauch
Green street, $10,000.
I'raetknlly the name hiirclleu, with
tho addition of Louis Krlcdmnn, quail
fled to cover the (.10,000 bond.
WOULD HAVE JUSTICE
Editor H v e n I n c II u I 1 c 1 1 n!
The nitlcle In the Hawaii Herald of
Dee. 2 I?, nrirliloil It Is true, an
example of the way that business Is
carried on under some of the de
partments of tho Territory that
should causo some olio to "sit tin ami
The fact Hint a Deimtv Slier I II
could collect license fees nnd retain
them for "fiom ten to sixteen
..Ift.tfliu" llllHl (tin ll.iin.n .l.l. un.l.
iiiwi,io u.l. II HIU IIIITIICC LIl'lK IUUUC
n trip to sco about tho affair, ls de
cidedly cool and refreshing. What
the people would like Mo know is
Did tho license clerk accept tills
money knowing that It had been In
possession of Hie officer "ten to six
teen months" uinl mako no effort to
huvo the matter Investigated or to
report tp his superior?
Let us have the truth nnd all of thn
It Is the sworn duty of some one
to render Justice to thn n.irtles that
nro mentioned .anil If the Territorial
clerk has made himself an accessory
after the fact to a transaction that
he knew was a wiong It Is up to him
to explain why ho did not cuubo the
officer In question to bo called to
answer to the wrongdoing.
If the head of tho Department was
aware of tho matter ho Is still more
to be censured as he Is primarily
At any rate nil of the offlrlnla nr
this Territory are sworn to obey tho
laws and nro under heavv htitnl. m
mj do, and It Is un to tllCIll In Hn
and explain how this thing could oc
cur und no one meet tlm nit .,.,.
Ihhinent that should be meted out
This thing Is not going to be hush.
ed nil KOH pni.lTm.M. nu ami-
OTIIKIt ItKASONS nml It l tin,.. "r-
the proper olllclals to wake up nnd
irop pontics and lay aside tho "rub
ber show" and get down to tho peo
!!' THIS STATEMENT IV TllM
HKIIAM) IS TIIUB It would seem to
a layman that Sections 29C7 nnd
271.1 would Apply to these parties.
A TAX I'AYKIt AND CITIZEN.
Section 2907. Ilevlsed Laws of
Hawaii. Whoever being an officer or
employeo of the Territory or of any
political or municipal corporation or
subdivision thereof, Is guilty of em
bczilcmeiit of any money, note, or
Other effects, or property belonging
to tho Territory or to such political
or municipal corporation or subdivi
sion thereof shall be punished by Im
prisonment at hard labor for not
more thnn ten years, or by fine not
oxcetdlng five times tho vnluo of the
tiling or property embezzled.
Section 27 in. Ilovised Laws of
Hawaii. Accessory after tho fact:
I'unlshment. Whoever Is accessory
after tho fact to any other offense
punishable by Imprisonment for five
years or more, shall bo punished by
Imprisonment whero punishment Is
not otherwise provided for by law,
by Imprisonment at hard lubor not
more than two years or by flno not
exceeding five hundred dollars.
We are Selling;
Here are four important features
that enter into the production of
these suits the kind of suits that
hold our customers and make new
First the selection of a becoming
shade and pleasing pattern, Our
assortment makes this an easy mat
ter. The Tailoring
This tst important feature is absolutely the finest handwork of expciienccd tailors,
who make a lasting, shape-retaining garment.
We follow the latest styles and aim to incorporate individuality.
Twenty dollars is a very low price for such a suit. We know it.can not be duplicated else
where for the price. Remember also our guarantee of satisfaction in every respect or
y? - . - i li , , - . . . -
Ilarrlman's cstato $1,490,000, as It col
lects 1 per cent, of the total whero tho
estate Is left to one person. That was
the case with Mr. Ilarrlman's hundred
and a halt millions. Hu bequeathed
everything of which ho was possessed
to his widow, .Mrs. Mary Avcrell liar
riman, whom he married In Rochester
when he was a small leader In Wall
Mr. Ilarrlman's fortune may have
been more than tho $140,000,000 now
discovered, howover. It was Bald
about tho'tima of his death that hu
had distributed a largo part of It
large In ordinary terms of money,
though not large when compared with
his total wealth to his children.
This, though, was not confirmed and
it may bo that tho present estimate
represents his total nmnssment dur
ing his wonderful career.
Views Along the
Route of the Canal
Tuesday, Thursday and RnnJua'c
Saturday Night at : DODlUe S
One Trial Will Convince You
That our all-hand work system gives the best finish and the least possi
sible wear on the garment.
rRENCH LAUNDRY. J. Abadie. Prop. 258 Beretania St.
A Permanent Xmas Giftf
1 Waitv Bide.
74 S. King St.
Fine Holiday Presents
The most npprouiiate "Gifts" offered in Honolulu are now on display here. Our line of
Oriental goods were selected by our buyer in China especially for local and tourist trade.
GIFTS THAT WILL PLEASE
Men's Pajamas in Pongee Silks,
Handsomely embroidered Kimonos, the finest ever shown in Honolulu.
..: Sofa Cushion Tops, elegantly embroidered in plain, and fancy colors.
. Silk: Shawls, Jiandkerciucis ana banaai wood imoroniercu siik fans.
Dress Patterns and Shirtwaists in Grass linen and Pongee Silks, hondsomely
crcd, also Grass Linen by the yard in all the popular shades.
OUR LINE OF MEN'S AND BOYS' CLOTHING AND FURNISHINGS ARE LARGE AND
COMPLETE. WE HAVE THE LARGEST AND PRETTIEST LINE IN MEN'S NECKWEAR
AT POPULAR PRICES.
AN EXTRA FINE LUTE OF LADIES' GOODS NOW ON DISPLAY IN THE VERY LAT
Yee Chan & Co.,
..j.ju-jt. Corner Bethel and King Sts
POLICE COURT- NOTES
Although tho I'ollco Court calendar
looked like u big one this morning, it
'.lil not lake Judge Andrado long to
dispose of tho cases. Twenty Chin
eso who were nrrested yesterday lor
playing fantun, were represented In
court by C. K. Clillllngworth and, as
ho asked for a continuance till Wed
nesday, it u'a.i granted; tho Chinese
were allowed to depart on putting up
$10 per head hall money.
Tho usual number of drunks were
on tho list and Included among them
was ono walilno who was lined four
dollars for her Indiscretion, Two male
boozers forfeited their ball of $6 each
In preference to facing the court this
morning. Three others were fined In
hums ranging from $3 to $6.
Manuel Sllva, who was found guilty
of an assault on Mary Ucnncssy, wus
fined $10, with $1.30 costs as well to
pay, Muiiuel was advised to quit tho
pusttlmo of woman heating.
NEW YOIIK, N. Y., Nov. 30. Ed
ward II. llarrlmnn, when ho died, was
This became known today when tho
appraisers appointed by tho surrogate
court completed their estlmato of his
Ueforo the railroad wizard's death
and shortly after it, all sorts of esti
mates were mndo about his fortune,
ranging from $50,000,000 to $2.10.000,
000. Hut there was no means of tell-
Mm' ninn nlmrnv Irnntoli' linu' tntlMi
wealth tho mysterious little man had
accumulated. The $H9,000,000 Is
rattier more than mere guesses at Mr.
Ilariiman'u riches. Tho general est!
mate of his wealth was $100,000,000.
Tho Stato of Now Yoik, under the
Inheritance tux, will receive from Mr.
For n Xuiii gift that yon cannot cat up or wear out ami
ono that will last und increase in value, wo recommend n lot in
tlio !New Oecun View District. Such a gift, will serve a iloulilo
purpose and enable the father to encourago his son to liecniiiii
a property owner nnil take more pride in tlicgrnwtli and de
ft vclopment of the city in which lie lives milking him a licttcr
nnd more useful citizen. It will enable- tho wife to help her
husband to make n good investment and provide it licuutiful
hoinesito that will increase in value. It will enable the young
man to provo to his sweetheart his good intentions to save and
nec'umulato something in life. It will enable the parents to
save and acquire for idieir child the title to desirable property,
that will increase in value as the child grows older. Amore.
valuable Xmas Gift cannot bo suggested. For tlicxe who can
not afford to give $100.00, they may give only the niuoutit of-tbe
minimum cash payment, which is $.10,00, and then permit the
son orpcrson to whom given and who i-liould be encouraged to
save and make a good investment to pay the balance
fii monthly installments. We have printed sale agreements
ior this purpose so that you can deliver the property
immediately, together with your receipt for the first cash payment.
Call and see us about the matter. '
$500 for corner
lots and $400 for
inside lots. Size,
75 feet by 150 feet,
with liberal install
ment terms, or 5 per
cent, discount for all
cash, makes it possible
for you to buy for
yourself or give to
your relative a beauti
ful ocean view home
site and Christmas
greeting that will
always be remembered.
KAIMUK1 LAND GO., LTD.,
Rooms 36 and 38 Young Bid., Honolulu, T.H.
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