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BVENtNO DULLfiTIN, HOS'OMJU. T. ll TllUnSO.W, JAN', 2u, iftlO.
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Extraordinary Opportunity .
For Lovers of Beautiful Goods
Entire, Stock of Mrs. J. Rosenberg
Consisting of HAND-MADK KMBROIQEKIES, SHIRT
WAISTS and NOVELTIIJS of all kinds will be sold at a r
great sacrifice. Prices absolutely slashed right and left, and '
the bargains are the biggest ever offered in Honolulu. ' v,4
Sale now going on, and continues only until
Saturday, January 29. . ,
MRS. J. ROSENBERG,
Room's 9 and 10 - - Alexander Young Bid.
W. C. Peacock St Co., Ltd.
Wines ami Liquors
MONT ROUGE WINES
THE WINES OF CONNOISSEURS
We deliv to all parts of the city twice daily.
Telephone 4 Family Trade a Specialty Telephone 4
WE GUARANTEE OUR GOODS
PEARL HARBOR NOT
TO BE STINTED
Patifio Naval Base Will Be Con
structed to Be the Most Perfectly-Equipped
of Its Kind in
WASHINGTON It will l)o the plan
of Congress at tlilu session tu make
liberal upprupiiatloiiH, villi a view to
cariylng out In effcctlvo fashion tlio
deulro of the President that Pearl bar
lur In the ir.ltl-I'aclftc ocean lie made
tlio most perfectly ..equipped and so
purely finlllled naval bise In the
world. There has nheady liecn some
discussion or I lie (ticllon. and It l
agreed that the naval appropriation
hill of the present session should carry
uh largo an appropriation lor that pur-1
ninilo by tho Corps of KiirIiicom. U.
8. A., Is unfavorable for the icasou
that certain parties on sntil Island
havo requested that no action toward
the Improvement of said harbor ho tak
en until after a survey has been made
of other possible iorts for the pur
pose of ascertaining whether or not
Ilanapepu Day Is the moat Hiiltnblo
harbor on the Island of Kauai for Im
provement by tho Federal (lovem
nient. Wo lire also nitvlscd that all
Interested parties have the privilege
of appealing to jour honorable Hoard
against tho decision of the local Ilngl
necr In the premises.
The question of tho Improvement of
Hanapcpe Day has bad the careful con
sideration or this Chamber, and we
beg to respectfully submit the follow
ing reasons why, In our opinion, u
favornblo report should bo niado on
Ilanapepu Hay without further Investi
gation of any other possible jKirts of
said Island of Kauai:
1. It It the only harbor on the Is.
A LITTLE BITTERS
for the stomach will be
of great benefit to
anyone, when it is
weak and unable to
do its work properly,
thus causing the blood
to become poor. But
be sure it is
Then you have the
best Aid purest that
science can produce.
For over 59 vcars it
has been proving its
merit in cases of Bloat
ing, Poor Appetite,
TiVf an 1a tiu Tlannn Onillh A t
Ltd.; Holllster Drug Co., Ltd.;
Chambers Drug Co., Ltd.; Hllp Drug
Co.; and at all wholesale Liquor
eral cxpcndltuio, wu lOEpectfully sub
mit that any further Investigation Is
not only useless but will result In utr
necest.nry dly In that bland neciir
lug much needed hnrhor facilities.
MISS ANNE MORGAN, WEALTHY
HEIRESS, AIDS GIRL STRIKERS
We ca try. the largest and most varied stock in the islands.
Good furniture at moderate prices.
Your credit is good.
J. HOPP & CO.
185 Kinc St.
poso as the condition of Iho revenue where h, 4 . prospect!
will permit, t U the opinion of. the ve tonnage ,o Ju,Pl(yPFed.
,r""l,u ,7ml '"" '""7lB i..u- epa, expenditure. As Is well known,
out upon the proper maintenance of, , nc , ;
such an effecllvo outpost as ho has In . , , '.'.'' .. ... ....,, '
J. A. GILMAN,
Shipping and Commission
Arthur Sewall & Co., Bath, Me.
Parrot & Co., San' Francisco
Badger's .Fire Extinguisher - Co.
General Fire Extinguisher Co.
' (GRINNEIX AUTOMATIC SPRINKLER)
Neuinan Clock Co.
Royal Standard Typewriter (
Aachen & Munich Fire Ins. Co.
ROOM 400, JUDO BUILDING, HONOLULU, T. H.
mind aie too si eat for niggardly econ
omy to Intel fere, and he has express
ed himself with so much earnestness
on tho subject that sentiment In Con
Ci ess seems already to be inclining
In tho direction which ho points out.
! Tl.cro has already been something
of a beginning at Pearl harbor, where
n large drjdock Is being constructed
nnd where extensive preparations hnvo
huvii maim in a preliminary ami ten-, i,,ii,i , ,,...., .
Wjz ssi K?vi t -,r pim;
. i... ,,.?."",'. .? . IO ,,ie amount of sugar available for
uiii uwiiiK hi a uinerenco 01 i,imnn( . ..i
..- .n..nl ..fnnA.. . I.I..I. ".U 'll.
Is BUgar, nearly alt of which must bo
exported and u corresponding amount
of supplies uiid general merchandlso
liniwrteil for 'tho plantallons. While
them Is considerable development In
other lines of agiicutturo going on,
such as pineapples, coffee tobacco,
etc., sugar must continue to bo tho
principal source of tonnage for many
years to come. It Is therefore appar
ent that tho amount of tonnago to li
WHITNEY & MARSH, Ltd
Remnants of WASH GOODS,
SILKS, and Woollens will be
placed on sale.
Is the Wood Pile Getting Low?
YOU'LL FIND THE BEST PLACE TO BUY WOOD IS
Honolulu Construction & Draying Co., Ltd.
Fort St., below Merchant. Phone 281.
opinion among naval otneers of high
rank, as to whether the chief base in
tho' Pacific should bo In tho I'hltl
plncs or the Hawaiian Wands, tho
Impiovements lmo long balled. Tho
President, it will ho remembered de-
ihi Island of Kauai urn-
dncedli,7S7 lunH of suiiir. Of thU
Hinount 37,174 tons, or VI per cent,
was shipped ft urn Ilananeiin U.iv
Nearly the whole nninuut was received
elded tho matter several weeks ago',' ,'u, ' . u"w" ,r"ni "'
In fuor of Peail harbor, and now the, '" r-000 ,ul"' b""lc"- Tll remainder
work of establishing tho fortifications I "" ,,'K l,ro,'e" " aw Island
Is to he pushed.
Ab Is well known, tho United States
has neglected Hawaii hlnre tho annex
ation, but a moro rerlous cliargo has
been that, In doing so, It has neglected
lis own Interests In Ihu Islands. Clr-
was shipped fiom vurlous points by
small Inter-Island steamers to Hono
lulu nnd thenco ro-shlppcd to tho
mainland. Tho Knnal Hallway Co.,
Ltd., with Its plantation rail connec
tions, handles nractlcnUv nil ,.r ttm
HE ADVERTISER who
uses the classified column
one distinct advantage
over a competitor who can
afford display space. The classified advertiser talks I.
to a buyer who knows what he wants. People who
lead classified advertisements do so because they are
locking for something. 'When the classified advertiser
tell (hem where tg find it, the B u 1 1 e tl n reader
is prompt in response. Classified advertisers in the
Bulletin ars,.charged but one cent a word.
cmnstnnces hnvo given to this conn-1 ' lBh.t 1,ll,e'1 1""1 received nt Hnna
try an Immensely valuable and lm- l'0l11)0 ' " ,w"" 'm ,,lrco or tm
portant outpost In Hawaii, for tho , ,i '""a" l,x,e"8'" nd. I-
posM'Ssloli of nhlrh Mn case of war " ",?00" ,nnH "f ""K',r wltl1 ,l r"'-
between tho United Stales and any ,OBl,on,''K nmomit or Inward freight
other power, a mighty struggle would e """lo trlblll!"- t0 mM harbor,
nt onco ensue. In' tho judgment of, Tll railroad nlso plans lo roach con-
tho President, ordinary precaution lil'len,l,, meua of lan"8 which nro
fciiggests that' the American navy now UL''"K ,alt'n "P for settlement by
should havo. nt Pearl harbor 11 base of "")esteaileiH engaged in llfo produc-
operatloift from wbUh to movo in any """ "r I''capples, sundry farm pro-
2. Hanapcpe Bay being located In
the center of the lee side of the Is
land Is well protected from the effects
of the trade winds 'which prevail the
greater part of the year, and alto from
tho severe northerly storms which oc-
casionatiy occur In these latitudes.
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Union - Pacific
Transfer Co., Ltd.
nvr.ltiir and Piano aforinrj.
Fvenln Bulletin 75c. Per Month
illa-'. K' t4. l-
direction, for Iho defense of the main
land, of tho Philippines, or for pur
Ikiscs of attack.
I Tho original plans fpr tho fortifica
tion of Pearl harbor were mado nt
tho time tho Hnwalnn Islands camo
under tho Amerlcun Hag. Long be
fore unnoxutlou there was serious
talK of the Improvement of this irroni Tho only oilier nosslhln IncniioMM ,.,.
harbor, and many pcnplo then thought "'" leeward slda nro those of Kolo-i
t should bo foitlfled hut nothing was Mnkawell and Wnlmea. As nil of'tho
done. Tho urgumenls then ndvanced frflBbt now being handled at Hnna-
In favor of u well equipped naval post l,el.10 "'J' will continue to bo'hnudlcd
In tho Pacific Involved a contcnipln- nl ",ut I'ulut, inespectlvo of any other
uuu 01 mo very conditions which arose 'mrwir clovelopinent. tho remalnliig
Mlsa Anne Morgan daughter of .1.
Plei pont .Morgan, has Joined thu cause
of thu striking thirl waist makers In
the sweatshop districts of Now York
City and Is using her money and In
fluence to lecaio lefuims in tho In
terest of thu thousands of young girls '
who are omp.oyed in those faclmles. J
Mite Moigau Is noted for her many
philanthropies. Associated with her In I
tho cause aio Mrs. C, 'P. Huntington,
Mis. O. II. P. Uelmont nnif iueral i
other women of wist wealth, Theso'
women nsseit that the Immigration and '
factory laws are fieqiienlly 'violated,
by some' of the manufacturers who let
out their work to' contractors, who
in turn employ Immigrant gliln ut
thu lowest jKikslblo wages. EIToits
will bo made to hi lug these aliened
nbtibfH to tho attention of the fed
DISGUSTED WITH TAFT'3
DEFINITION OF WHI8KEY
'Or. WJIcy, Chief Chemist In.Agrlcul.
tural Department, Likely to Re-sign.
WASHINGTON, .Inn. n. Dr. Har
vey W. Wiley, chlor of thn Bureau o't
Chemistry of 'iho Depaitment of Agil
cultiiio, whiiho word Is poruluily Biifi-
IKIKf il 111 1u. ,iiitli,...ltf.lf .... t.. . ..
durlngjtlio Spanish war of 1898, when '""lingo which would bo nvnllnblo for lor food, Is rsiotlod to ho woiklng on
.our .B.lrlps were plyhiR tho Pacldo wa- any of the K-rts ahovo uionlloned lUter ieslgnng his olllco bccaiiso
..t "rai uiu cuiuinentai dish and """" '"ii lar snort of tho required
tho Philippine. It was n study of ""'mint to Justify u Congressional iiih
tllOSO , conditions Which i!.t,.rmlnn,l PlOprlntlo'l fur Itimrnv,.,,,,.,,!
i. ir Congressional action Is delayed
for tho purpose nf making further In
vestigation, It will involve much fur
ther dalay In tho securing of ono good
harbor for the Island of KnnM i
tho President to settlo thu contrnvnnu-
between tho higher naval officers.
Tho work of perfecting the fortifica
tions cannot, at best bo completed
earner man aootit 1315, and If suffici
ent means uio not piovldcd, the date "ll'1 onnectlon wo beg to Impress tin-
Will lm nnm,.i. Lni l.i tur..ii. . '
FOR HARBOR SURVEYS
jii mo gieat importance of nde
quale harbor facilities being nrovlffr,
nn each of tho four larger Islands of leen ovorruled on practically
""e, uiu growing commcrcocuemiu.il nnd esil i ec kIi.h i... i,o
President Taft has filled his cim of
inlsoiy by ppuinhiK hH dellultlnn of
what Is whiskey. Much thought, nc
coidlng to report, Is being given to
tho letter, m that It may bo used aa
a clarion call lor all tho Wiley brand
of pmo rood faddists to make unro
lentlng war on President Taft and
Or. Wiley, most nrolinc of tnikorj
about pure fond In all tho wml,. turn I
(Continued from Page l.) .
Honolulu, T. II. Jan, la l'Jll.
iKMiil or Kuglncers for Hlvers mil
mo islands .mil the rcq-iiicmeiitg. of mado dining tho llfo of tha nrebont
irioMiiii ineiiiods or trnnnpcirtallon do- l'"ro roo.i law. Tho eminent chemists
mniid that facilltloj bo Installed ut nt comiioolmj tho lUmten board said his
lead Olio Hurt o fnrli nf ul.l fin.. i.. rfiiipitilMnu ...in. .... 1 ... . .
Harbors, Jtooms N'os. C07-5U1 Col. f"r Iho lapld handlliiir of nimo. toda nr imivrroniJi i. .,...; ..!
orndo UulMlug. WusliliiEton I), r. Heine assured ilin.rnru n,.., ' ,. knl.i i,iu ,in..i,i ,"..,... . ...
.h'!!!!',!,'!'-1) '!,? hT l'7",rt" ,n u ",0 lB",!',', "r Ka,,:" ' cl'-'r'lP'l I'I'wbiwb with patent racts, and ,e
.... .,. , buiuur lmu -...-, t,,u iiu, ,a mo oniy Hiolterod
thu survey or Hnnepeno Ilav. iHlnn.i of harbor wheie a Biimrtoni n. .
Knnal, Tenllory pr llawall, recently tonnagq Is available to warrant Fed-
blent Jloosovolt snorted at him for ,i.
elding that saccharine, thu sugnr oh
tallied from coal tar, In harmful.
Closing Out Some', of Our Lines
Worth of Merchandise to be Slaughtered
Regardless of Cost
t m .
The Greatest Sale of DRY
GOODS, MILLINERY CLOTH
ING, FURNISHING GOODS,
SHOES, etc., ever held in Hono
lulu. 15 Cases of Goods
received per s.s. "Kjorea" will be
included in the sale.
Don't fail to follow the crowd.
For further particulars see our
L B. KERR & CO., Ltd.,
tX t. . Jt 1 tlU f n, 1. . " . J11..