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EVENINfJ IHJtXItTIN, HONOLULU. T. II., .MONDAY,' JAN. .1, 1910.
NOW IN PROGRESS
Enlire StocR of -
NIGHT GOWNS, SKIRTS, DRAWERS,
CHEMISES, CORSET COVERS,
., and COMBINATIONS
AT BIG PRICE REDUCTIONS
See Window Display and Note Prices
SACHS' DRY GOODS CO.
"!or. Fort and- -Bcretania.
Opp. Fire Station.
If You Don't Know
That our sodas are the best to be had in the city, it
is because you have never tried them. A trial case will
convince you that in the manufacture of soda water we
are in, ft class by ourselves.
Consolidated Soda Water WorRs Co., Ltd.
JOHN SCHLIEFF, Manager. Telephone 71.
1 :;;. "
Begin '1910 with buying
WOOD and COAL
Honolulu Construction & DrayingCc, Ltd. '
Fort St., below Merchant. Phone 281.
MATSUBARA TO BE
K. Mntsubara, tlio recallc.it Japan'
eao representative at Chicago, la a
ikis'tcnger on the Tonjo Mnm. Mr.
Mnttutura Is tii make n leport on
labor ,coiiilltl(ini throughout tin; Status
to Ills superior at Toko.
As soon as iosslblo attcr tlio Tcnyo
ducked Miitsulura was whirled away
CM. KELLY'S CAKE
WAS NOT DOUGH
"I hud Just knocked to or them out
and liad tlio tlilrit olio down and was
kicking lilm wlicn the captain came
torn aril nnd told mu I ought to bo
ashamed of myself. Ashamed Why,
I could have licked the whole crew
und the captain, loo."
In this fashion the first mate. I'rcd.
Mortimer, Introduced himself to thu
In ncai by plantation? for the purpose passenger as the balk Andrew Welch,
of g-Uherlng statistics of luW cundl- which arrived here yesterday after a
dims on these Islands. i n uny passige. wui miming ner way
Mr. Malfubara vtas-acconlji.nilcd on
hi trip to the plantations by Consul
General Uyonn and Hukctn Ilo nn of-
flclal of the Shlpp'ng nmeau under!
the Donaitmcut of Cnmtuiiulcitiuu
an I Telegraphy, -
Matsulura, It will be remembered.
was Jr.panebo Klee Consul here at
one tlmo under former Consul Hon
oral Mlkl Su'lto. ,110111 here ho went
to San Kranclsco, remaining here for
Mime time before ho was transferred
He Is now reluming to Japan to In
come private secretary to thu Minister
of Korelgn Af'alrs. This Is one of the
miibt Important offices In thu depart
ment. Tlio oilier prominent government
official of Japan on thu Tenyo Maru
Ib Mr. Suketa Ito, of the Shipping llu
lunii of th.0 Department of Communl
cations and Telegraphy. Ilo has been
visiting In tlie'Unltcd States, collect
ing telegraphic Information and data.
Ho wll report to his superior, the
Minister of LoiAuiuulca'Jous and Telegraphy.
Dr. Yamamura, tlio tiuarnntlne offi
cer nt tlio port of Yokohama, also re
turned from the mainland, where ho
has been btud)lug the latest quaran
tine ryslem, which, It Is expected, will
ho enforced In nil tne foreign rls of
call In Japan, lit. Yaniamiira Is wide
ly known In Honolulu, vhoro ho re
sided for it lung t.nio. preparatory to
his itcpnitiuo for tl'o mainland.
A wise selection has been made In
thu chairmen of tlio various commit
tees which will. have to do with the
successful presentation of tlio floral
Piiruile.. to take plucu on "ebruary 22.
The Slanseiiwald building head
quarters of the general committee ih
now a busy place. In the coursu or
nn lniKirianl business meeting held
this morning the following heads of
committees were appointed:
Automobile W. I. Dillingham.
Army and Nnvy S. M. Ualluu.
Carriages, -tieorgu Potter,
I'rUes and Decorations A, K. Afong.
Floats and Klre Department C. It.
Schools H. S. llosmer.
Hrounds K. E. Stecre.
Intcrls'laud Princesses E. II. Paris.
Pail Illdcrs C. V. Chllllngworth.
Klks Section Harry Wilder,
Illcyclo Section M. V. Peter.
Police L. S. Conness.
Night Ceremonies Will I.ovo.
Carnival J, D. Dougherty.
At the nowly opened offices of the
Floral.Parudo Commltteo at room 510
Stungcuwatd building,, there will al
ways ho some 0110 ready to assist those
who contcmplato participating In the
parade In tlio selection of a suitable
decuratlvo scheme for uutomobllo of
The' Kloral Paradheadquartcrs wll
lm open dally with tho exception of
Sundays or holidays from II to 1:
o'clock und 2 to 3 o'clock In thu after
' Tho comnilltco stands ready with
all sorts of llvo suggestions nnd up to
date Ideas to tho Intending exhibitor,
A. number of other committees will
bo appointed as tho occasion requires
their presence In carrying out nil do
talis In tho big floral festival.
out of San Francisco harbor on Sat
unlay, Doccmber 111, Mortimer linil
nbonrd a cargo or ruscl oil. Ills port
and starboard lights cast a lurid huu
nbout. Ierthlng looked red to him,
ho said, and ho started right Into con
quer nnd subditu the crew In the old
time wny. What set Mm going was 11
stowaway, Dob Jennings, who wns trj
ing to steal his way bnck to hi homo
In Honolulu. The first mato sighted
Jennings Into tho forciastlc nnd snlled
light Into lilm. He landed one blow
on tho port side of the stowaway's up
per rigging which threw tho latter on
his beam's end.' One of (ho crew un
dertook to capsize the mate, but 'the
sailor went down" under ono of Morti
mer's broadsides. At this Juncture an
other sailor camo In range nnd ho wns
cettlng It In thu spanker when Cap
tain K. W. Kelly hoo In sight. The
captnlu besought tho first mato to de
sist In terms more naughty than nau
tical, and Mortimer yielded reluctant
ly whllo tho survivors stood,by lo hoist
sail. Tho tug sea ici. wnirn was
engnged to tow tho Andrew Welch out
of tho Harbor, having fulfilled her task,
tho llnu was cast off nnd "tho bark
spread her wings before a brisk nor'
wester nnd proceeded on her souther
ly course. 8I10 carried a miscellane
ous enrgo. Including '-0 tons of dyna
mite, r.230 gallons of gasoline. 12 bar
rels of kerosene, ono stateroom pack
ed full of blasting-caps, fuse, several
Imndrcd cases of lubricating oil nnd
various other merchandise of less con
cern to thoso oil boafd.
Tho Andrew Welch inrrlcil inreo
passengers, K. F. Fulton of Wnterbury.
Conn.. John Itlvers of Hudson, N. Y
iwi v. A. Iionrdman of Ilrookhii, N. Y.
All threo met ns strangers aboard tho
ship, but on the second day out It lit
vcloped that they had nil lived In Con
uectlciit nt one tlmuwr another and
had mutual acquaintances there. The
,..i iw.rn nlwms looked forward to
with great delight. The cook mado
such a hit with his hot cakes that ho
was pesleicd Incessantly with queries
as to when he was going to mako sumo
more. Finally tho cook nnd tho ship s
carpenter conspired together. The
enrpenter turncu out suiim i
a ,iir' lust tho right sle, nnd
tho rook snAjiwIr'itMl Ibem between
pancake dough and placed them on tho
griddle. The sight of those hot cakes
" . . . , ....In., I.i tlin
produced nuuomiiuu i'jiiii -
mind's eyo and the passengers began
to cnumcrato their capacity, but when
thoy undertook to Hop their cakes over
to smear tho Inner sides with syrup
well. If thero hadn't been a heap of
tho real things on the platter before
thu captain to .substitute at once 11
placo of thoso pljnk-cakes there would
have been 11 mutiny. .
It wns n new' one on the Connect!-
cut man. He linil neon ,01 ""
nutmegs, but rclnriireed hot cakes
ever. Kvcn the faithful dog Dan be-
-.- .,iir,,,u v.iieii thev were serv
ed up to him. His instinct seemed o
toll him that they did not come up to
tho pure-food standard, elso they nev
er would have reached him. Ho took
Mm nrecautlon to paw them over.
however, and found they were 1101
slnkera: being caulked with wood.
.,......,.. t,i life lireservcrs. and so
ho resolved to tako no chances,
loft them alone.
v Another Pair if Yours Don't Wear
THAT'S what happens if WUNDERHOSE should
. fail. They are WARRANTED TO WEAR
THREE MONTHS without darning. They're made
of the softest, most elastic wearable yarn ever
woven into socks. The combined strength of Wun
derhose threads is hard to overcome by even strenu
ous, wear. ' But to withstand surprises or unexpected
attacks of the enemy general wear reinforcements of
linen thread are woven in the heel and toe. They
come in light weights in all the new shades and
black and tan.
$1.00 per box of 4 pairs
Watch our window for them Tuesday
Sleep Outdoors In An Enterprise Tent Co
A SLAUGHTER OF
Thoexnct dnto for tho opening of
the new University Club has not
been settled owing lo tho fnct that
no tlmo limit hus boon set for the
completion of the building. Work
will start almost Immediately, and
It Is expected that It wiU bo finished
by tlm llrst week In May. Tlicro
will bo nn ceremony In connection
with ihn lavlnc of tho foundation
i.l nun in Hinted R. D. Mcild tills
AH of thu public schools of .thu city
opened this morning after the two
weeks holiday vacation. '
A new article thd
will make campinj!
30 lbs., weathei
proof, finely constru
Honolulu Wire Bed Co., Sole Aged
Alakca and KinR'Sts
WILL BE DELIVERED
r rl ?
Only one of each to be sold. All Double
Beds are of the, famous Merle Bed Make.
COYNE FURNITURE CO.,
PIPES and CIOAR BOXES, MATCH SAFES,' SHAVING
CUPS.MIRROR, MILITARY BRUSHES, WATCHES, STUDS,
LINK BUTTONS, SCARF PINS, RINGS, and n host of other
All goods guaranteed as represented. Prices arc right.
M. R: COUNTER
Policy No. K-3.77D.l2lJ of the
Scottish Union & National Insurnnco
Company of I'dlnlmrgh, Scotland. Is
lost. N6tlco is hereby, (then that
tho abovo-nameil rompa'ny will not
hold llsiilf liable for any fiio Insur-
mice loss' under wild .ollcy. which l " " '.' "' ' ', u" " "' '""
WM. (l.IItIN & CO.. LTD., ,.,. ,,-,,, K
Agents for the Scottish
Union &, Nntlonnl Insur
unro Company of I'dln
December 'aist, 1909. 4507-3t
A Good Investment
1142 Fort St.
The. following oftlclnl communica
tion bearing on "Christmas stamps"
which woro placed on many pack
ages sent fiom this city to certain
torclgn countries and on which no
I '.very wns thouRlt"riouhtfill on nc
n'nint of these foreign countries
having laws ugalnst audi ntltach
nieiit' to postal packages, has been
received by Postmastor Pratt:
, Wushlngton, U. C,
D'ce. 18, 1909.
Postmasters arp notllled, with rof-
irnrn In tlm notlcn headed "Christ-
u ainmna". Ik,i(.,i fi mu this oltlco Tho Tcnililor llinicli Oil Co. with
under dalo of November 21. 19UV,uu acres on mini, iiowihh F"
n.ni ii, ,,ni,.i MiimiiiiHtriiiloii of.iind nil Us icscrvtilrs filled with
Clrcnt llrltaln has temporarily vvlth-jhlgb-Bradc oil In tho Tctnplor dls
ilrnwn tha prohibition agnlnat tho trlct, Kern Co.. Oil., will soon corn-
use of stamps of thla nature, con- pieio us wneu-iuiio h"""j ni
tequontly articles bearing Ited Cross pi po lino.
Christmas stamps nnd stamps' of this I This Oil Company is nt present
nature addressed for dollvery in line a pianiuuon wiin mus uuu iu
ffrcat llrltaln and Irelandnwlll bo'cf sugar on hand, leady to behlpped
forwarded as usual until further no-'en the Incoming steamer,
tice, I An able management, almost a
Postmasters are requested to cull iuuro mllo of proven pll land, cheap
the nttenilon of the nubile to tho transportation of oil, high prices
1028 Nuuanu St:
desirability of affixing audi stamps
only to tho bnck nnd lint to tho ad
dress sldo of articles dispatched to
Great llrltaln anil Ireland,;
In other respects, the. Information
rouvc)fd In the mil Ire of Nov, 24,
1909, above lefened to, remain un
changed. JOSKPH 8TKWAUT,
Seinnd Asst, P. M. (leuoinl,
Inter-Island and.O, It, ft U shipping
Looks for sain ' tlm M u 1 1 n 1 1 n
'ffice, f.t iirli
with steadily increasing demand for
ell, will niuke this company nn early
dividend payer, und for that reason
tho .stock of this Templor Hnnch Oil
Co. is recommended ns a (1001) IN-
Vl'STMKNT by the l.lncolu Mnrt-
Riige & Loan Co. of San Francisco,
Capitalization Is $1,000,000, di
vided Into shares of $1.00 each. I
have a small block of them for sale
hi 30c while they hut. Secure them
P. 1. II. STlUUClf,
' ' 71 S. King St.
Tho crack new Mntson Nnvlgft,
Company lluor Wllhelmlnii, which
iiotulu on December 8, Is making p
trip around tho south American!
A enhtu was received at the
agency of Castlu & Cooka thln'u
lug to the effect that tho Willie!-,
hud callo.1 nt Piienta Arenas or. 8
Point on Saturday night, und had:
menred the second leg of tho
da) a voyagu from thu Aliunde, ti;
Pacific by the way of Magellan Hit
Tho now liner Is looked for tl
rltn lwir, In riirlv 1-,.liriiiirl lln.
six thousand horsepower engine
evidently maMng good ns tho V
Is considerably ahead of her sclu'
For Infants and Cbildrtwu
fhe Kind You HaYt Atwift Btfl
Associated OH Company arrlvedK
nnlulii this morning by tho 'Am
steamor Ijinslng. Tho vessel 'e
off tho iwrt nt an early hour and
alongside tho railway wharf?'
ennrge, in uiiiHing is exiiecK;
get awny for tho coast tonlorrow
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