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TOMORROW and SATURDAY
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OF OUR GRET JTUV
WASHINOTON, D, C. Junuary C Interest In tho lHlllnser-I'ln
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BUY NOW SAy? MQNEY
SACHS' DRY GOODS CO.
Tor. Fort and-Bjuttania. , Opp. Fire Station.
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If You Don't Know
Xhat our soda, are the belt to be had in the dfj, it
Ja became joa hare never tried them. 'A trial cue will
convince you that in the manufacture of aoda water we
are in a class by oarsetoi.
Consolidated Soda Water Works Co., Ltd.
JOHN SCHUEFF,. Manager.
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chot controversy has reached (ever heat. Tho Intensity ot tho situa
tion was doubly Increased' today when a letter from Plnchol to Senator
Dotllvcr Whs read In the Senate. In the lotter tho chief of the Dlvl-
elon-of Forestry, openly upheld the action of Olavls, the dlscharccd
employe of tho Kami Department, In making his charges against tho
Secretary of tho Interior, and furthermore criticized tho a'cUon of Hal-
linger In discharging hint. , , .
BOYAL CHRISTMAS TREE ACCIDENT
ATIIKNS, Jnnuary 0. While the royal famtly Was celebrating
Christmas, tHo Christmas treo was upset with the result that tho flro
from -the lighted tapers was communicated to nearby draperies. A con
flagration ensued and an entire wine of tho royal palace was destroy
ed. There wero no lives lost, but the blaze burned fiercely for somo
tlmo, despite 'thd efforts of tho flro department to extinguish It.
ZE1AYA GETS WARNING
CITY OP MEXICO, January C. Fqrmcr President Zola) a has been
warned that nn ntlcmpt may be made upon his life. The deposed dic
tator ot Nicaragua has been very quiet since. he hought asylum In this
city, but It Is believed that thero U very gl'ave dangc? that an attempt
at assassination may be made. ' ' '
BATTLESHIP IDAHO FLOATS
PHILADELPHIA, January 6. Tho battleship Idaho, which ran
ashoro In a mud bonk on tho Delawaro Wver, today, hair been, floated,
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D; I.f.lNELSON AND W0LOAST MATCHED
SAN FUANCISCO, January C Ilattllng Nelnon arid- Wolgast unvo
been matched to tight forty-flvo rounds on February 22.
ABUSE OF DISCOUNTS
Discussion Waxeth Warm Merchants Association
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Begin 1910 with buying
WOOD and COAL
Honolulu Construction & Praying Co-, Ltd.
Fort St., below Merchant. " Phone 281,
A SLAUGHTER OF
M'- now $20.00
50.00 i '" 30.00
54.0P r " i 32.5Q
65.00 - X' '-"' " , 40.00
80.00 " 60.00
Only prie oi each to be sojd. Al Ifculrie
Beds are of the fanjou? Slere I$ed ijjake.
CQYNE FURNITURE (3,6-,
Combine jrreat efficiency with low cost.
Price $300 per Dozen N
These Gem Lamps will Rive you 20 per cent more light
and a 10 per cent reduction in current over the ordinary
16 c.p. lamp. We advise the use of these new lamps in
place of the regular 16 c.p. lamps.
Tlj.c Hgqffla Electric Co., Ltd.
As Conduits Are
The telephone question, like hopo
-Ilhln the human breast, U appar
3 u 1 1 5 a matter for eternal consider
ttion lit city and county super I
The municipal fathers will gather
iround tho legislative board on next
Thursday. They may; frguln tuKo
ip tho ghostly remnants of what nt
mo tlino purported to bo nnngicc
ncnt between tho city and county
jovcrnment and tho Mutual Telo-
puono company, pertaining to tho
laying ot conduits and the placing
if city and county pollco nnd flro
ilnrm wires therein.
Tho telephone matter has been
-cposlng In tho recesses ot a special
ommlttco pigeon-hole over which
Supervisor Logan Is custodian of tho
'cey. The latest agreement submit
ted by the local hello company was
.urneil over to a special eommlttco
f supervisors ot which Ixigaii was
ippointod chairman. McClcllan Is
also a member of this committee,
ind It Is understood thnt ho Is op
i08cd to u number ot tho provisions
Incorporated In tKo document and
a'III nio his objections In n minority
report which will go beforo tho
-)oad, together with tho recommen
dation of tho other members of the
It Is believed that the upshot of
the matter will bo that 'tho new
agreement, which Is mainly tho child
it tho telephone company, will again
be thrown back to tho Hoard of
Supervisors and again tommenco Its
nover-ondlng round of reconsidera
HUME FORD IS' BACK HOME.
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ill the things ho has done, moving
it the usual rulo and under tho In
.luenro of the lively surroundings ot
.ho great metropolis.
The principal thought Is that Kurd
'i as lost none' of his enthusiasm tor
Honolulu, nnd the Outrigger Club or
today won't bo seen for dust whon
he gets to work on some of the pla.ns
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no micnus id curry uuv m
1023 Nuuanu St.
7TFO iTi J ' Vt n-K" f!nt!yvi "rs f fli finn
A Good Investment
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Tho Templor nanch 0l Co. with
600 acres oil land, flowing oil wells
and all Its reservoirs filled with
high-grade oil' In tho Templor dl;
Irlct, Kern Co., Cal., wll4oon com
plete Us three-mile gravity delivery
This Oil Company Is at presont
like a plantation with tons and tons
of sugar on hand, ready to bo shipped
on tho Incoming stcninor,
' An ublo management, almost a
bquuro mllo ot'provon oil land, cheap
transportation ot oil, high prices
with steadily Increasing demand for
oil, will make this company un curly
'dlvlcjond payer, und for that rcnaou
the stock oKlhls Templor Hanch Oil
Co. Is recommended ns n GOOD IN
VKSTMKNT by tho Lincoln Sluit
eagn: & Loan Co. of San Fiuuclsco.
Cupltallzutloil is SI. 000,000, d.
vlded Into shares ot $1.00 each. I
have a small block of JJicm for Fnle
at 30c Vthllo thoy latt. fSocuro thorn
NOW. . .' r
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yijl Not Play Cut-
Tho question of discounts has been
adjusted by tho Merchants' Associa
tion ot Honolulu at their directors'
meeting last week. Tills has been a
bono of contention for socral niOnths
past. It appears that IndMdtials have
been ordering goods' from merchant
ot this city and having samo charged
to their nr"1 thus getting them nt
Tho Merchants' Association 1ms now
drawn iip n plan nlicrcby It nlll be
Imposslblo for nn Individual purchas
ing goods for his own mo. to havu
same charged to the firm ho may be
Several tnembors'Of tho .Merchants'
Association are desirous of having
their association amalgamated with
tho Honolulu Chamber of Commerce,
Tho mnjorlty of tho, members, how.
cvor, think that it would Do n disastr
ous move 'and aro strongly opposed to
any such amalgamation. They are
afraid that tho retail troubles which
aro foreign to tho Chamber of Com
merce, thnt body being composed
chjc.ly of sugar planters and men In
terested In Immigration, would not
look after tho Interests of tho individ
ual nicrchnnt, but rather dovnto their
wnoio wmc ami uticmiou lo ino good
of tho country, llelns In tho majority
they would at nil limes command tho
Tho matter of tho abuso of discounts
would liuvo been dimcull for the
Chamber of Commcrco "to adjust, tie
In' nil probability this evil would havo
been passed upon as n whole or by n
commlttcj, whOHa duty would have
been to look Info tho matter! It would
havo been handled by n Inxly of men
who know- nothing of tho, rotnll busi
ness Instead ot bilng handled by n
body of incii who wero glvlni; dis
counts and knew tho conditions under
which tln-y wero being treated by
Tl-nt thu mcrrhnnts fully Intend to
net up to their decision has been urn
phatl7ed dining tho past week, A cer
tain gcntlemnii ot this city called nt
tho V. V. tllmond Co, nml i.urchused
10 wdrth of glassware. Ho askKd,Vhal
It, might bo charged to tliq (Ir'rii h
was working for. Knill A, Uern'dt, t,h4
manager, told hint thnt no' discounts
weic- being ghen to privato liurchas
era. If tho goods ordered wero for
tho firm, then a discount woidd o,ul
lowed. The Individual In question can
celled his order and went to" another
store In this rlty, nsffiistbly for tho
purpose of seeing whether or not tho
merchants w-oro solid In their lesulu
tlon. ' '
Half uu hour later he returned to
Dliuond A: Co.'h store and)ordcred tho
goods, palng cash for them.' This
protes that the merchants fully Intend
to nlilde by tlicjr declulou nnd that
tltcro will liu no cut-throat gamo be
tween tlreni. '
MANISH COATS for the little chaps made double
breasted with large lapels and velveKcollars
Neat little fancy cheviots in just the patterns that
will provie the' most, becoming to boys from 3 to 7
years of age. These coats are made of all-wool
fabrics insuring 'warmth and comfort. They are
medium weights that drape prettily, not too heavy
to be clumsy and are made full of style.
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3ust the garment for little boys and girls. Made
in neat patterns of Madras. Ages from '3 to 6 years.
65c to $1.50
Scep Outdoors in An Enterprise Tent Cot J
CASTOR I A
For Infant and Children.
ihe Kind You Have Always BougM
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V3bI tWN8&piit&x " 'W
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A new article that f1'
will make camping -i
and tramping in .
the mountains a
30 lbs:, weather-
proof, finely construe-
ted article. '
, Honolulu Wire Bed Co., sole Agents 3
Alakca nntl Kins; Sts.
Army Transport Is Due
To Arrive Here
Tlln o,,, infantry reclment Includ-' l5- sl!n- Moutonant and Mrs, V. It,
Tho Sixth larnntrj rewnu.it, tnciu.i- Meutinant I' S. Wrluht. I.leu
1IIS JICy)lllll 1.IP "ll"l '! H'I
hundred cnllfltcd miils d'i lo arrho
hvrdon mixt wcdmdav ny tlis unu-
Seas May Come
Lieutenant tt'id Mr, i: II. Anncw.
I.leuteuaut nnd Mm. C. M. tiorduu and
two children, l.leiittnaut .1, 11. I'ai;,
Jr.. Lieutenant and Mm. I). C. Ander
son, Lleutfinut and Mr. II. 0, Davld'l,
Lieutenant O. W. CnRlaud. I.ieuteu-
'tint K. T. Snilth l.ltii.ten-jit II. libido. i
I.loiitennut and Mr. 1. .11, Cook nntl
child. MIsb IM.lrl Mitchell, Lieutenant! .
W. T Conwti)-. Lieut -nnnt and Mm. , -, e ., ,.
n. Wetherlll and cMId, Lleulennnt and hrnrfllM1 Crfll L 0l NOrth
Mia. A. P. Uanncnirl.lor nnd child, . Ul U,lrUC V,al1 UI 1WIUI
i.teiuenaiit nntl mth. j h. .-uciiinni"-niiil
Child, l.tt'iitenant P.. Lrtiinn, I.leu'
tonnnt W M. Aiclier,-Lieutenant uiiifT
.Mnt. i:. WIlHim and child. Lieutenant;
and Mrs. II. P. Phillip. Lieutenant M.I
ed Stntes army transput Tiinnias.
which osm'1 milled trtim San Pniii
cltcii on January C. hound for Uu
l'lillliinlnos. Tho arms lio.it la ul)
hrlncluia number C elvl Rovoriiintnt
Uonolulii may wltnCKH tho urrhal ot
tenant and Mr. C A, TreuhOlt.. I.lou-'n utraiiKo and prolewiiiu craft kn.own
tenant I.. It,' ljun'nr Llouteinui n(lIMl ,ho viklnp ttlilp, whVh w.ia one
,Mrs. , 1). l)a In and chllil LleiitenH'il. ... , , ,
O. ." Ummliiii. Uontunnnt mid Mro."1"' Inlert-Btliu Bllita viewed hy thou- -
K, S. Oreifor) and Hvr chlidron. I,tin-I wnnrtB who ntlendi'd Iho Alanlta-Yukon-
leuunt mid Mm, .1 II nillott, l.ltmton-1 r.iclllc exioltlon held at Scattlo noma
ant P. II,' IlnKh). Lieutenant und Mm.
v. wv nttP LH'iiieimut v, if. i,. ainiv
Vniployces who nio leturnltiR to ntu-itinn, Lli'iUvnant nnd Mrs. II. Hii.ley
lloii nt Man'u and other jKWiita nnd
IN I'lIllSUANQi: n; tin, pollry of
cuitnllluit thu trnuii-Atmntic norvlci
ditrlis-tha winter pionthr, the Alnrl
ran liner 8t. Paul mm t,lm VliItu 8lnr
lliinrirTfiitiiiilci nml .Majuatlc luo liocn
wllhdruwu fioiu th'i tiuiVIco . urilll
HlultiB. The r.i-illa wh-h were r'irriol
hy theue x-kudii will ha taken hy an
American liner nun Whlto Sl-ir lltrr
oalllnc alternately fiom Now York on
m- 9UUETIN ADS PAY
child, I leiilenunt und Mrc. O. T
C (iiiihlit und (lilld, l.li'iitcii'inl nnd
Mrs. 11 W f-Nld and child Lumen
pais Ihrouli Honoluhi many ojllcurs j nnt .1 W. Hlinona Ji . Lieutenant It, tl.
who aru wull known to local peoulo, j Wlllr Jr l.foutcnant and Mre. C W.
o llht luciiidod tho rnliowiiiBini Kiiioit, l.li'iiteniuit T, B noweti, Lieu-
lloii nt Manila and other nolma
thniUKhout the Ineuhir poKBi:eloji j
Thoru aro niniuiR 'thopo who will
U(,ulenaiit-Cnluuel 0. t, Wod'.vaid
liiKiicclor-nencrnl of this dutnrtinont .C. Dlitc Vetcrliiailnn Jiud Alr- T
who comiiJ to Honolulu: .miuoi'. juiiuT. KtinnrdH nml 2 children, l; A.Ilol-
ll Deacom, Sixth Infantry; Mtijorimid
Mrs, J, U. watcruinu and oru rtilld.
Major and Mih. ,1, A. Randolph ni
d.-tliRhter; Malor Jullu, A, I'ciiiKil'.it),
t:ln and Mm' J. L. Illnra and iwo
cjiildnui; C-ipfiln and Vr.t l".. Aiulec
Mni O.ift tin W. II. Ulmiim, Uaptdtn
mid M,rn, S, .1. II. SeliliuK-l and koii.
Cnplnln nnd .Mr?. .1. .L Mouso and lo
rhlldieii; Cniitnlii p. . Ilyllrr and
two Kfin: Cnplnln nnd Mrc. II, C, lion
tiyc.iBtlo mid two chllilreu; Captain
and Mrs. I. L, Hunt and two children;
Captain P. U. do Funlal:: Captain D.
J. Moynlhan; Captain Haro' MpKlder-
inaut V. T- Sluipvon, LU'i'tennnt It. 1 Straits Settlemqutii, IhroiiKlt Bucx '
canal and tho Mcdlterrjncan and thu
ry; , Uuuiuuaut, yf 0; lviUtauvr, Uiuuuu,
hlus. .lr. aid 'Mra. V. V. A. T ni
Mai tun?, Mr. and .Mia. 1 tl. Kearus
lin t) Al ll'ippei nnd Men V. Mc-iVr-ti,
Arm Nil no Corim; I). I) J.ol
relirlii;, Mrs. a, A. Uobert, Mm, .
A I'JtOMPT dlp.ilch hiu heeu eltvn
the American Intiker KiiIIk of Clyde,
which fillip hua lieon dlicliiruliiu fuel
oil at thir rallway'nhaif. Tho vwssol
arrived yoatcrday morning nnd is ex
pected to get away for.GnvIota thfi nt-
Tho VlKliii; ship In t( ho returned t
Us home In Noiway', It Is understood
thnt Iho craft will nail for ToimbcrK III
enrly 1 elirn.iry, I-iiIiig 1'iiKet Sound
for Nornuy h the way of San Prnii
clued. Honolulu and thence, to JapancFu
nm China coast ports, tho Plilllpplnen,
northern Atlantic to destination, '
Thu VlkliiK fchlp In sailing from Sc
uttle will carry Its oucr ajid a plckod
crow of four llmo-lilod naiisnltir.
I'lim II, Kiollth, thu well known
pculptor. Is tlm present nciKir o
tho unlqdo craft, lie has placed C-p-laln
Oln Itrudo, who hmo enw nioi
Hiiccesifully croRed tho Allanttq oeoan ,
in nn eiKiiircn-rout low lu.it, In com
maud of tlm Iking hlp
ii juii raaj gai n roptnatiun jinyj,-
oilier way you mijiyi, employ a Mcsn,