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EVENlNd I!UM,ETtN, HONOLULU, T. H., THURSDAY, DEC. 16, 1909.
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THE PLACE TO SAVE MONEY; NEWATTHACTIONS
Special for Tomorrow
Kimono Dressing Sacques
' Two Styles
White Dressing Sacques, with
ColoredLawn and Kimono Hand
HC Dressing Sacques AC
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Growing interesting. -Help your little friend. A voting
coupon with every 25c purchase.
WATCH TOMORROW'S AND SUNDAY'S AD.
STORE OPEN SATURDAY NIGHT
Sachs' Dry Goods Co., Ltd.
Cor. Fort and Beretania Sti.
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. Among the articles that we are showing are dress
silks, silk shawls, handkerchiefs and shirt waists in all
Buying is made easy when you st this display. We
invite you to call.
WING WO TA! & CO.,
041 Nuuanu St.
WASHINGTON, Dec. IS. Vlgoious opposition to the plan to nbol
Ith the l'nnnma Canal Commission and to vest its authoilty In n dlrcc
torgcnoral, dvolopod today during n debate In the house of represen
tatives between Representative Olmstcad, Republican, of Philadelphia,
mid Adanison, Democrat, of Georgia, Gen. Kclfcr, a Republican rcprc
tentative of Ohio defended the canal ndmlnlstratlon.
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MAY STOP JOS ANGELES FLYERS
NI2W YORK, Dec. IB. Tho failure of tho Aero Club of America to
give IIh sanction may prevent the holding of the l.os Angeles aviation
meet, which Is being extensively advertised. The aviators rfhd aero
nauts participating In an unsanctioned meet will be barred from partici
pating In future International cotits.
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TRANSPORT CALLED BACK
WASHINGTON. Dec. 15. Tho United 8tatcs naal transport Dlxlo
has been ordered to return here. It Is supposed that sho Is to be made
ready to luko more marines from New York to Nicaragua.
RUBBER PROSPECTS tallied In tho fall of 1906 were oven
GOOD FOR HAWAII worse, auoiii suu.uuu seciiR pn
'Continued from fan U
In hevca, 1032 In ceura and 4 ucics
with other varieties. Tho total mini
bo r of rubber trees planted Is 430,140,
of which 79,940 aro hevca. 349,100 In
scarn and 800 with other varieties.
Kour plantations practice clean cul
tivation, tho managers of two of thoH
considering It absolutely necessary.
Kroin reiorts received there aro 11,000
rubber trees that may possibly be
tnpptd commercially during the )car
chased .by three different plantations
producing less than 100 trees. It was
not until the fall of 1907, after three
jenrs, that seeds were obtained which
gave tho results anticipated. Mr. An
dersen stated that It would bo at least
four jcars more before a crop will bo
obtained from hovca trees.
Prof. Wilcox spoko about rubber a.nl
tho small farmers In his iikaul Inter
cstlng way. In speaking of tapping
rubber trees Prof. Wilcox BtateJ thut
ood results could bo obttllncd from
perpendicular cuts as from hortrnntnl
1910. Fertilizers! nro considered too
expensive to use In sufficient quii'iti-1 Incisions, but that tho flow would not
ties at present to lie uencnciui. iuo BO rapid as from tho latter. Heal
C. f Austin was tho first speaker nB takes placo from porpondlcuUi
and spoko at length on hevca and clltB jugt ng m,ckly as from horlionUI
cearn. Ho seemed Inclined to 'i" cutting.
A paper b 1'rof. Ralph S. Hasn.cr,
I ho former nit hough It was a slower
grower than tho latter, "llcu'ii Is
coming In strong," said Mr. Austin,
and tho inernKo time for tapping
should not exceed six jears.
f.. V. Turner's paper on Inter croin
was exceedingly interesting, and
should provo of liicstlnnhlc vnluo to
projective rubber growers, ny plant
ing "cntch crops" such ns cum, cu
cumbers, rndlshes and melons between
Superintendent of forestry, was tlion
road on "Rubber nud Reforestation."
"To thoso familiar with local condi
tions It goes without Killing tint cer
tain sections nro better adapted to glv
en crops than nro olhors." Tho ru'.i
bcr Industry is a raso In point. Rub
ber demands for Its best development
certain conOljlon of soil, moihtiiro nnd
NOW that the ho?
days are at
band every man
should have a full
dress or Tuxedo suit
of which we carry a
full line in all sizes.
Full Dress Shirts, In
stiff bosom and
pleats; full dress
ties, white kid gloves,
mufflers, studs and
nln tit Inn u liiVii run nnli c nni In
mo rows m joiiiiK runner, expenses ,iartcuIar (1Btrlctit. From t'.o Invert
may bo mliilmlied to a great extent.' ,,, , , .-.,, t.,, ui
These will not exhaust tho soil It
The F. Thomas Parisian Dycini; Works, San Francisco, arc scientific
FRENCH LAUNDRY. J. Abadic. Prop. AGENTS.
proiicrly looked after. A good method
Is to let out certain portions of tho
land to Japanese cultivntors. who will
look after tho growing rubber treys
In exchange for the uso of the land be-Iween-the
rows of trees.
"Tho Rubber Situation. 1905-1910,"
was tho next paper, read by W. G.
Anderson, which at first cast rather
b damper on tho meeting. Tho first
rubber plantation wns incorporated in
January 1905. Tho plans of this com
pany wore, broadly speaking, to plant
ceara tho flrBt jenr, bellovlngthcy
would yield earlier than hovea and to
follow with lies en, when seeds of tills
variety had been obtnlncd. Returns
were expected from tho first trees In
1909 at tho rnto of ono-half pound per
tree, to bo gathered at n collection
cost of 30 cents per pound nnd to sell
for $1 per pound,
Tho first unforseen difficulty was
encountered when tho young trees
wero transplanted from tho nurseries.
Rats ato most of tho first year's plant
lug before a method could bo found of
clrc.imvcntlng them and check, thcli
ravages. As fast as tho trees wci.)
replaced they worn eaten off again,
This multiplied expenses and divide-.!
profits by a largo flguro and much Icsu
wns realized from tho year's work
than was exacted.
The next set-back was tho failure of
tho hovca scetls, seedlings and stumps
obtained from Ceylon at large o
penso. Ab theso seeds can bo obtained
at. only ono season of tho car It be
came necessary to wait lor annthur
crop. Tho hovea trees planted In 191,6
from these scods gavo very fow nor
mal trees. Tho results from -c-d nb
igatlon of tho Federal Forest. Henlco
and of others connected with tb
broad movement that, within the lust
few years has come to bear tho name
"Couporvatlon." itils apparent that
In the future thero la going to bo n de
cided scarclty.of wood. In this Terri
tory we already have to pay higher
prices for lumber nnd other wood pro
ducts than nro icustomary In many
parts of the country. In connection
with rubber growing It may or not bo
possible nnd advisable to establish
plantations of cucaljptiis and other
trees, but the thought that I wish to
leave with tho members of the Hawaii
an Rubber Planters' Association Is
that those who establish forest planta
tions now, whether of rubber, eucalyp
tus or of any other kind, will reap
MifTlclcnt reward In the years to come
to Justify the thought and financial
outlay Hint may bo necessary lo get
such groves started.
F. L. Waldron then rend a paper on
"Afarketlng Rubber" which proved In
teresting to thoso present. On ac
count of tho small area suitable for
the raising of rubber trees, Hawaii
can never bo a producer to tho extent
of Influencing or rather bearing upon
the market' value of rubber at any
mart of Inpoituncc. At tho present
time Hawaii probably contains the
most thorough and painstaking sugar
growers In tho world. Theso remarks
not only apply .to the raising of sugar
but also to tho systematic mothod of
raising and marketing rubber. Rub
ber giowcrs of tho Territory will real
I no good results, providing they mar
ket as a tin li and the results will be
particularly apparent and gratifying
at an tliuo when tho vnluo of rubber
might bo at a comparative low level
of price as It now Is high.
With Thompsons nsslstancn tho
body of the "unfortunate girl was n
moved from beneath the overturned
car, and placed In tho othor machine
and tho sad party made a start fer
On ncarlng Fort Shaftcr Mculcnilit
Pardee, of the Twentieth Infantry wns
planned to leave for Japan and Mib
scqucntl meiiut to make a world's
The trip has now been abandonii.
and the thrcu )onng ladles will re
turn to tho Coast on tho Korea, on
which boat tho remains of their friend
will ulso bo sent homo. Frank Thomp
son last night cabled Miss Smith's
met. and he offered to havo tho body I brother, who is In lxs Angeles, and
taken Into the Fort, but the nartv ile- Ircnuosted him to' telegraph Miss
One-Third Discount On
All Japanese Cotton Rugs
Here's a chance to buy a useful and valuable Christmas Rift. Our beautiful blue and
while Japanese Cotton Rugs one-third off until Christmas. The patterns are very attractive
and wc have a Rood assortment. Here are some of the prices:
, 'BLUE AND WHITE COTTON RUGS
8x10 Regular $20,00; Reduced to $13.35
8x12 Regular $24.00; Reduced to '. . . . 16,00
8x12 Regular $27.00; Reduced to .. 18.00
10x10 Regular $25.00; Reduced io .; 16.65
10x12 Regular $30.00; Reduced to 20.00
10x14 Regular $35,00; Reduced to .' 23.35
12x12 Regular $36 00; Reduced to .'.... 24.00
. LEWERS & COOKE, Ltd.
177 SOUTH KING STREET, NEAR ALAKEA.
elded to continue on to town, which
was not reached till nearly midnight, j
Deputy 8hcrlff Rose was at once !r.-
formed of tho accident and this mom
lng ho and a coroner's Jury went to
tho Kimball cottage anil viewed the
body. An Inquest will be held this
evening at 7:30 at the pollco station.
Miss Hmlth. who wns a native o!
Boston, only, arrived In Honolulu on
tho Mongolia a short lime ago. Sho
was accompanied by Miss Ilegemaiiti.
Miss Lucy Hcgemann and Miss YM
Nasoh. Tho party Intended to reiirjin
In Hawaii till .March next, anil, thcrt
flmltliu iifirftita whrt nrn In Mnitfin-
W. P. Roth, when Interviewed this
morning at his office, said: "Our par
ty was traveling In nn B. M. F. ma
chine nt the rate of fifteen miles nn
hour along tho government road to
pinned Miss Smith to tho ground,
lng her Instantly. The rest' of
party escaped with but slight In
"It wns our lutcntlon to travi
Pearl City and return Immediately
owing to the accident which occi
at nbout 9:30 o'clock, wo did nut r
town until after midnight."
The following Jurors havo been
moned to sit at tho Inquest on
body of Miss Smith, which wll
held this evening: Albert t
Gcorgo Mooro, W. It. Chilton, Ch
Coster, E. McCorrlston nnd J.
The smoking women .And that
cigarette is a moiuttacho1 devel
Pearl City. Just before reaching the ' tnat '" not te for 0,lrn,
last bridge. Inste-nd of turning In onno8'
account of tho runrt narrowing at thl Professor "Suppose nn Irresli
point, we kept right on. The road forco encountered an lmmnnblo'
was very darkat this particular spot vvhat would bo tho result!" Sti
owing to tho deep shadows cast by "I don't know exactly, but I Ini
overhanging tiees, Tho machine, af- It would bo something llliu tho
ter leaving tho road, turned over and I lng of two rival arctic explorers;
A Permanent Xmas Gil
ROTH TELLS OF
(Continued from Pace 1.)
eiibon had called to his assistance not
ified him Mr. Thompson tried to se
cure an aiitoinobilo from town by tel
ephoning but was unablo to ralso an-
cno. Ho then mado tho host of It and
camo to town bearing Miss Smith's re
mains in his crippled machine.
Miss Smith's skull was fractured on
tho right side, and tho sidu of the face
was crushed In; her left arm was alio
scarred and appeared as If It had been
Soiciisoii'b arm wns also injured and
hlB left hand was badly cut. Tho rest
of the party escaped with only n fe
scratches. Roth and Miss Hcgomaun
worn occupying tho rear scat and, a
tho machine, turned over, thoy were
throw n clear of the wreck.
As the automobile took tho divo met
tho embankmont Miss Smith Wait
heard to scream twice and then nil
was silent, Sorehson and Roth recov
ered themselves as soon ns po-jslblx,-
uul iiegaii iu iook lor ineir compuii
lun. It was seen ut once that MUr
Smith was past ull help, and as -moth
er uutoiiioiuic- wns seen lo lf $-
proucning, llotn ran nut on the road
nnd sli'iiilleil thn driver, who Imp
pencil to ho Prank Tlmm-won, to pVdi
For a Xmas gift that you cannot cat up or wear out and
one that will lust nud inc reuse in Value, wo recommend u lot iu
tho New Ocean View District. Such n gift, will servo u double
purpose und enublu the- futhur to encourage liis son to'ltccoind
u property owner and take moro prido in the growth nud de
velopment of the city iu which he liven making him a better
und more useful citizen. It will enable the wife to help her
husband to make n good investment nud pi'ovido n Ircuntif ill
lioincsirei that will increase iu vnluo. It will enable the joung
until to provo to his sweetheart his good intentions to save nnd
accumultito Miiuelliitig iu life. It will enable tho parents to
save und nequiro for their child the titlu to deciinblo pioju-rty
that will increase in value as tho child grows oblcr.t A moro
vuluublo XmusGift cuniiot Us suggested. For tlnnc who can
not afford to givo $IOO.po, they may givo only the nniount of tho
minimum cash payment, which is $n0;Q0, nud then permit the
son or person to whom given nud who should bo cnemirugcd to
save and make a good inxcMmcnt . to pay the balance,
fn monthly installments. Wc have printed sale agreements
ior this purpose so that )ou can deliver the property
immediately, together with your receipt for the first cash payment.
Call and see us about the matter. '
$500 far corner
lots and $400 for-
inside lots. . Size.
75 feet by 150 feet,
with liberal install-,
ment terms, or 5- pen
cent, discount for all;
cash, makes it possible1
for you to buy for,
yourself or give to
your relative a bcauti-
ful ocean view home-
always be remem
KAIMUK1 LAND CO., LTLJ
Rooitj'36 unci 38 Voting BUI., Honolulu, 'I .H.