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RVRNINO nULLICTlK, HOrtOMH.. T. II.. MONDAY, JAN. 10, 1910.
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.' Monday, Tuesday & Wednesday
Ag the battle is to the stronpr. to is thcbarp;ain to
the alert. You have three dajs to nick up these tempting
offerings. But the first to come will Have the largest stock
to choose from.
PILLOW CASS-AU ready for use; sizes 42x30 and
40x30. Special, 12 l-2c.
LADIES' RIBBED VESTS-UrM b.luc and pink; 10c.
vests. Special, 3 for 25c. , .
CRAVENETTE CLOIH Guaranteed waterproof; 62 and
54 inches wide; tan, navy and Oxford; $2.25 quality.,
Special, $1.95 yard.
FANCY MADRAS 20c. quality. Special, 15c. yard.
ilYERS DRIVINO GLOVES All sizes; $1.50 cloves.
Special, $1.15 a pair. s
PRINCESS SLIPS Made of fine material; lace and cm
embroidery trimmed. $2.75, $3,50 and $4.50 each.
SACHS' DRGOODS CO.
Corner Fort and Bcretania Streets Opposite Fire Station
Begin 1010 with buying
WOOD and COAL
Honolulu Construction & Dray ing Co., Ltd.
Fort St., below Merchant. Phone 281.
A SLAUGHTER OF
Only one of each to be sold. All Double
.Beds are of the famous Merle Bed Make.
COYNE FURNITURE CO,,
" . . 32.50
.It's the Fflm That
.Makes the Picture
The ANSCO FILM gives negatives' true to life color value,
I chromntio balance, five ftom halation, and with -detail in the
shadows. Oct ANSCO FILMS at
WE SELL ONLY THE MOST EFFECTIVE
.IT IS CLEANING-UP TIME HERE, AND YOU MAY AS
WELL HAVE THE BEST.
Benson, Smith & Co., Ltd.
HOTEL AND FORT STREETS
RUSSIA FAVORS , .
BT. 1'KTEilSIIUItG, .Inn. 9. .'rentier Slolyplii. In tlio iintiic of tfiu
Husslnti government, tixluy Issued n statement of Huysln's position ic-
Kimiiug inv auihciiiii tan iiuiiunu 4u upuxuiH ui Dccrctui y ni niuto kiiox ,
of tliu Unlli'il Stales. The statement cnlhqdlcs I lie on tiro Amciicaii
LnWinoruiidum nhil approves of It throughout. , J
111- Vliliuillt'lll 01)111111113 nu iviuil'llli; II) Japan 8 CXprCBBCU BCltll-1 1
meats uir the question. ' jJ
' I'AHIS, Jan, 9. Tlio French government lias taken no tlcfltillc
hiiuki ill i espouse ui mc memorandum or secretary Knox, iccotumcnd
Ins (lie neiitrulUatlon of tlio Manchtirlan' rnlltoud.
France, being an nil)' with Russia, will iiiitl:ilily follow Hint load.
I'KKINd, Jan. 9. It Is not expected line that (ireat llrltaln will
ngiio In the iit-utrnllzntlun of the Manchurlan rnllioad, us suggested' In
Kccietury Knox's nolo in thu powers.
UAltlllN', Mnncliililn, Jan. 9. Americans, Chinese mid llrltlsli rcsl
ilontH here arc delighted at the chock Japan Is receiving In Its ncitiil
ell Ion of power along tlio route of the South Mumliiirl.t railroad. Public
dcntnnxllutluiis In ruvor of tho American' proposnl to tunc the lino do
clnied :i neutral one have been held.
AVIATORS ARE READY
- 1.03 ANOKLHS. Jim. 0. Olenn
rhnniuloii aviator, niado ,thn;o trla
Uip great avinllon moot lieie, whlc
racetrack today nnd will last for to
for his work at the meet.
Mons. I'aiilhaiu, the gtcat Frc
of French aviators, men and wonm
two lllcrlot .machines, of tho typo o
Channel, and two ot his own niach
Nine aeroplanes with their drl
II, Curtlss, the Atncrlcan speed
I niKhts today, la preparation for
h begins at tho old Bantu Anita
n tin) . Curtlss will receive 10,nuo
neli expert, at tho he.ul of n number
ii, has arrived. Mc brings with him
I me one which crnsscii ilia i.tigiisn
vers are also on tho ground.
NEW MAYOR WILL OPEN CITY
SAN' FHANCISCO, Jan. 9. San Francisco will" lie opened tip In tho
Interest nf tho pleasure-seekers. When ho stepped Into oltlco j ester
day, Mayor I'. II. McCarthy, In his Inaugural address, ndvocated it io
Inxatlnu of tho reform measure at present In force, which he- chnracier
Ircd'as tco stringent. Ho stated that the pleasure-seekers of tho city
were seeking some relaxation of police regulations.
The new mayor admlnlstcied a scathing arraignment to tho old ad
ministration, 'charging It with protecting gamhllng houses, rank Incom
petency, and Illegal expenditures of public funds.
BALLINGER PRUNES SOME -MORE
WASHINGTON, D. C, Jan. 9. Secretary of tho Interior lIAlllngcr
today Issued an order suspending J. . Ilotiedlct, superintendent ot In
dian affairs In Oklahoma, tngcthor with three supervisors.
'The chargo placed against the suspended men Is that of neglect or
duty and Irregularities In carrying on their work among tho Indians.
An Investigation will ho begun.
i i i m i .
SECRETARY MEYER BOOSTING HIS SCHEME
WASlHNtlTON, I), a. Jan. 9. Secretary Meyer of tho Navy De
partment Is experiencing considerable difficulty In convincing lha uavnl
coiiiultteo of tho House, that his scheme for it radical reorganisation of
tho navy Is the right one. Meyer Is urging that his plan Is superior to
that suggested by Newberry.
PINCH0T CASE EXCITES WASHINGTON
WASHINGTON, fl. C, Jan. 9". Tho Tlnrliot case Is still the prln
rlpnj'top'le or discussion In official circles. There is much speculation
being Indulged In us to tho probable effect of tho dismissal of tho chief
HOUSE TALKS ARMY MATTERS '
WASHINGTON, U. C. Jail. 8;
debato on army appropriations.
Tho House 'Unengaged In a general
1028 Nunanu St.
WILCOX OF. MAUI
Varied Career of Gold-Seeker, Whal
er and Cattle-Raiser The Last
of Maui's Old Residents to Past
to the Beyond.
(Spcclnl to tho 11 u 1 1 e 1 1 n.)
WAH.UKU, Maul. Jun. 7,-Wra, Slo
cum Wilcox, died at Ulupafukuu, Tuos
lay afternoon .January .4th, 1910, Horn
In Nuwisirt, lthodu Island, December
Dili, 1814, lio was therefore of tho ago
of 93 yours anil thirty , days. Ills end
was appunpitly puinlcss, us ha remain
ed conscious readily rccognlilng those
at his bedsldu up to it few moments
before hu died. Owing to tho thunder
storm which broke over central Muni
Immediately utter ha breathed his last,
the simple arriiugcmentb wero delay
ed u wholo day and tho funeral took
placo Thursday the saventh, and his
body laid beside thoro of former
friends In tho little cemetery on tho
hill ut Ulupalukiia.
In his early youth,' ho received but
llttlo schooling and at tlio ago of thir
teen was apprenticed to Irani tho tradu
or a v,ood turned with a Joiner In Fnll
Itlver CMy, Muss., but becoming dis
gusted with his master, who (ixtxiund
cd religion as u luy prca,chor Suiiditys
and drove sharp bargains or cheated
too confiding customors tho rest .of
inu wcck, no ion nun iiuii rciurnon to
At tho ogo of eighteen ho shipped
Im it whuleman for a three years, cruise
(I tho ''off sloro whaling grounds" as
that portion of tho l'aclfio west of
South1 America wus called. Hy chang
ing, berths and taking adVuutngo of
his oppoi Untitles he roso from a com
mon sailor heforo tho mast successive
ly to that of boat header, third mute,
tecoiiil inatu and wus first muto of tho
tthaIer",.Mencat" when becoming dis
satisfied with tho rum trading tactics
of Cnpt. .Ipe Sherman, her master, loft
that ship while In l.nhalna, Maul, April
Ah a boat ofllcer It was his boast
that no whnju ho fastened on to over
got awuy ftom lilm. Moio boats weie
Htoo under lilm tlinn any other ofllcer
of the ships hn went In, and Ills answer
tn thoito wlni criticised vns tlintjin
"flglillng whale" over goj thy host of
'V' '., A .' 'ii,X
MENS COAT SHIRTS
Semi-stiff and soft bosom shirts with cuffs attached,
in some of the most attractive patterns' of the seasonA
Daily becoming more and more popular. We shov'
them in many grades. Ine value in each case the
best money can buy.
50c and $1.00 per garment
I I II ! 1 I I
"Wo clinw V10 lnrcroof unrl l"pcf linr nf nrmiiljir-nrirprl'l
neckwear in town. Another new beautiful assortment!!
arrived. and are on display at our usual price 50c. SSl
Sleep Outdoors In An Enterprise Tent Col
him, itiul that tho boat crews would
willingly go In tho next boat hu went
His stay In I.ulmlmi was biicf, tho
Islands were then tindur.tho llrltlsli
Aug. Accepting berth ns second mate
on aiiother vossel ho went for a crulso
after whales In -tho western I'aclllc,
making land at tho Buy of islands, Now
Zealand, urter A short stay ho took
berth as' mnto on the whaling hark
Persia," ami returned to I.ahulnu In
tho fall of tho year, ISIS. Falling
health mailu hint abandon llfo ns a
whaler, although tho agents of auolh
or ship offered hint tho berth of cap
tain In her.
Ho went to Ulupalukiia and took up
cuttle ranching with Mr. Torbert, and
also went us master or Torhort's
In 1819, during tho rush for gold to
California, ho took a schooner laden
with gold seoKcra nnd Hawaiian Irish
potatoes to San, Francisco, and made
tho vojago surely, although tho ves
sel had no charts, ho being guided en
tirely by Jils knowledge of tho winds
and currents off thoCnllfornlaii coast
and a rhronoiiiotor'und sextant with
which to uiuku his reckoning by.
After a brief sojourn nt tho gold
mines ho returned to iriiipalakiia.
In IS.It lut, married Kulua and hud
by her four sons uml two daughters,
tho eldest and most widely known of
his children Is. Unhurt W. Wilcox, now
deceased, the crstwldlo Hawaiian ruvo
lutlonht nnd patriot, ami first dele
gate to Congress from Hawaii.
Ills other children Mtb. W. V. Shar
rati, postmistress ut Knmuolu or Will
meu, Huwiill. Itlrhurd Wilcox niul Kd
wnrd Wilcox, both ut Ulniinlakun, Ma
ul, Mrs. Nuncy Oohrer,l.ohalna, Maul,
nnd Chuiles Wilcox, County Auditor,
Hy another v. Ho he had a son John
Wilcox now-, of Koloa, Kauai, and n
daughter, Mrs. Uaukim'Muhl of Wul
luku, also two other daughters both of
whom aro no It-tiger, anions tho llv
Of grnml children there aro thirty,
three and of great grand children four
nro of his defendants. In nil seven
sons mid diiui:hlit,;ihrty.thrco grand
children, and fnui-' great "grand clill
dren survho him.
Of tho earlier pioneer whiles of ceit
Iral Maul: Saffery, Ilrown, Toibeit
Chapman, Kieileulieii; Chandler. Cun'i
nilligs, flniief. lluniH. Wallace, rlnlrfcu,'
I.ako, HmytlM; iHAUlMtH.Kern, Hp.
stein, I'Hlntor, linker, Uvorott, .Dan.
A new article thai
will make camping
and tramping' lr
30 lbs., weather?
proof, finely construe
Honolulu Wire Bed Co., Sole Agehi-
... . ... . -i
Alnkca ana awr Bti,
(Special to tho II ill U'l 111.)
lels, C'opp, Crownlugberg and others, amount of J'Ui.'JO, nppenreil heforo
Wilcox 1st (ho last lo cross tho Inr Judgu Aiidradu at tho pollen court '
Into thu iieacefiil waters ot 'tho port this morning, represented bAttoi-!
of tho laud of tho silent. noy Charles CUIIIjngwortli. WAH.UKU, Muni. Jan. 7. Tho Ka
I ChlllliiKWirlh aiinoiiiiced that A. aliiiiiianu Cliuich Congregation' k'eU
'tl. M. Itoberlion would loprc.iont thu n K;n IMlM) Mh un Nw Year's KtJ
dcfciiditul Hull at bar nnd rciiuested ,,,, Now Y,.ui's Mum. They saw tlij
...... , i, w .w. ....., ........ ,,, jcar , , Ulu nuw your-in. mi
niuniliiB. J intoiuliiK jenr iclng ushcrwl In bj-AIi
merry chimes of Itaaliiinianu churrl,
.bell nnd the Wnlluku Sugar Mill'
Iwblhtlo. Iloiubs, firecrackers nnd'tli
i. . .. .....
Itorns by street urcliltis wero tlioom
TENNIS CHAMPIONS '
MEET LUCALS TUESDAY
Tomorrow afternoon at a': 30 thu morning
o'clock, Melville II, ldiig nnd Mutir-
.linlgo Anilriido granted thu mo
Hon, mid n plea will ho entered In
tea Mclxnighllll, International tenuis Bulletin Business Ofllce Phone 25S i,.r moiim, uneil liv tin, cltlxenx nf Val
champloim, will mectVilllaui llotli bulletin Editorial Boom Phone 185. i luku In iinuouticu tho advent or,1hl
mid IMwIn 8. (ice Jn what will bo Now Year. Tho services In tho churei
Afiftnrl ln?CtmPnt I roinnienced ut 10 o'clock nnd laitoi
UUUU II1VC3UIII.HI lm , oVck ! lu monilni;. Alnm;
.b-. 'net I-,.. r , ..,.. rtt"-
iiiiii'ii Kirin iruui .iiiiiiiiiuiu wero, prv
thu big event or Honolulu tenuis
week. This match will bo played on
tho Ileiutunln courts, mid spcclnl ar
rangements have boon made to no
Tho Tomplor Hunch Oil Co, with ,,.,. ,, ,,. l,lo,ll uii; ';M;
coniniodato tho crowds which It is oo acres! oil laud, flowing oil wolls lllc tn lho rco of n, sorvicoi
and nil Us reservoirs filled wltli'Tlio speakers for lho evening vvpn
1.1..1. ,- i ,.. ti.n n-.......t... .11.- , Ul.n.l), it 1. cnr... I,.... t . '2
expected will turnout to wltnesj tilts
X, , , v, ., , , ' UlRh'Rraila oil In tho Tomplor dl- Sheriff W. K. Saffory. Hon. J, W.'K?
All four plajoin nro In the pink ,r,ct Kcni Co Cn) ( w, H)(m com-'lua, Hon. M. 1. Watwnlolo. Jailor J
of cimdltluit, and lt'rnloso gaum Is
sure to lesult. The Callfornlans
lyivo quite recovered 'fiont th(4r In
activity on board shlp'iinil huvo com.
pletely got over ther sea-legs, 'ino
courts aro in splendid condition, mid
It will ho many a long day before
plete Its three-mile Gravity delivery if, Welch, A. II. Naono, V. K. Croc,
plpo lino. I kett and J. N. K. Ki-ola. Light n
This 'Oil Company Is at prcsont .
Ilko a plniitallon with tons nnd tonsi
t.t eiigur on hand, ready to bo shipped
on the incoming steamer.
An able maiiugcinent, almost a .
frcbhmcnts were bcrved
emus or such n IiIrIi stnt.daid wll , ()f ,, f, n.l. cheap i vim.KSICN-At Sydney. Australia.
m , "mi I' ''Ul,',,'t'', ,"", '' ,"" 1?" transportation of oil. high 'prices December 3. 1909, to 1 , wlfa IV,
McUiughlln lc.iv. Honolulu by tho wl; Btca,ln l)lcreas,IIB demand 'for A. V.C.cn, of Walluk ... Maurifi
Alameda on Wednesday. wtl mnka thg C(mlimllJ. early .iBiifshlcr. V fi
m " dividend payer, uml for Jhat reason AI.MHIDA In Honolulu." ia jir.' nnJ
tho stork of this Tcuiplor Hunch Oil
Co. Is recommended us n OOOI1 IN
VKST.MKNT hy tho Lincoln Mort
yugt) & l,oan Co. of San Prnnclsco.
Capitalization Is 1.000,000, di
vided .Into shares 'of $1.00 each. . 1
Jium-H L. Holt, fiirincr lax assess- ha a sniall JilocU ot them for salo
or of tlirvflisU district, wlm was i.t rtOc while they las,t. Si-curo Ihem
on hall, charged with thrf mlsapprn-'
ti lutlon ot Toirltorlal
Jr., a Mti.
QUINN In Kphala, Hawaii, nn-Jand
ary 5, 190,-i:ilsworth K.'. ilaiicliffl
of Mr. mid Mrs. lwa.d DJfluliTnl
ngo u! j months. " njhl
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