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EVENING BULUrriN, HONOLULU. T. H,i MONDAY, TED. 7, 14 Id.
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Ladies9 Wash Suits
Eton, Shirt Waist
$ 4.25 Reg. Lawn Suits now ' $1.50
6.00 . " Pongee Suiti now 1.90
7.50 " linen Suits now 2.50
8.50 " Linen Suits now 2.Q0
8.75 " Eaton Suits now ' ...1.90
10.00 " Linen Suits now 5.50
12.50 " White Hep Suits now. 4.90
' 15.00 " Brown Linen Suits now 5.00
15.00 " White Linen Suits now 5.00
SEE WINDOW DISPLAY
SACHS' DRY GOODS CO.
Corner Fort and Brretania Streets Opposite Fire Station
"EDUCATOR"' SHOES FOR MEN Mad on the natural
Toot Form" shapes; plenty of toe-room,; fit snug at heel
and Instep; especially adapted for tender feet; all leathers.
The Pair $4.00
K We carry the largest and most varied stock in the islands'.
, Good furniture at moderate prices.
'.' lour credit is good. ,..,,
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J. HOPP & CO.
185 Kine St.
Our display of Spring Shoes is
now quite complete a distinguish
ed showing from the standpoint
of style and quality and includ
ing numerous exclusive types
that will meet with the favor of.
MEN'S OXFORDS, wade In bright patont coltskln; vlcl
kid, gunraotal and tan Russia calf t medium weight soles;,
"all this season's newest and most wanted toe shapes. '
l0fav'-u--t' v-v-..The'.Pair $4.00- (
., MEN'S DRESS SHOES nest grade, patent colt, custom
made; medium awing' last; dull kid tops; Dlucher cut, -military
heels;' suitable for young mon's wear.
The Pair $5.00
Manufacturers' Shoe Co.,
1051 Fort Street
'.i Why is ' qur wood and coal business developing so rapidly t
' Simply because we give full measure, the best quality and the lowest
prices.' Once a trial order, you will become a steady customer.
; Honolulu Construction & Praying Co-, Ltd.
Fort St., below Merchant.
Aviators Send Machines
Around The Pyramids
CAIRO, Feb. 0. The great world's aviation meet, nt'whlch are as
spmbled hundreds of aviators and scores of flyjng machines of all pat
terns,' opened here today In one of the most spectacular,-races since tho
first nights of the first flyers. This 'consisted In a contest for speed, In
which the turning points for the aviators were tho pyramids,' twenty
flvo miles distant from 'the aviation field. This race was taken part
In .by Qobron and Ilougler, who circled their- machines about the fa
muu's structures and In tho face of the Sphinx Itself. ',
'Tho nltulr Was mado one of loyalty, a special stand, with closely
latticed front, having been built for the ladles .of the harem of tho
Khedive, whllo tho ruler himself watched tho events, after ho had om
clally announced the meet, opened, from a special royal enclosure, where
ho sat In company with Sir Edwin Clorst, tho Urltlsh representative In
Egypt, and the members of thelrstalts. '
The meet will continuo throughout tho week, and now records for
both height of (light and speed are to be tried for.
PARIS IS AGAIN ASSUMING SHAPE.
I'AHIS, Feb. C. Tho Selno has now ifatlen thirteen feet and tho
streets aro clear of water. Traffic hag been resumed and the city Is
again settling down. Tho streets are being cleared of debris and tem
porary structures are being erected to house those who were rendered
homeless by tho flood.
STANTON WOULD BE GOVERNOR.
1.03' ANOELES, Feb. G. Philip Stanton, Speaker of the State As
sembly, yesterday nnnounccd his candidacy to succeed James N. Glllett
ns Governor of California.
Stantbn Is a Los Angeles real pstnto man and has always borne a,
clean reputation. His record in the Legislature has been clear, and ho''
will probably receive tho support of the best element of tho south.
SENATORSHIP COSTS TOO MUCH. ' .
WASHINGTON, D. C, Feb. 6. Frank P. Flint, Junior Senator
from California, yesterday announced that ho will not be a candidate for
reelection.- Tho Senator gave as his reason the 'tact, that ho has not
sumclont prlvnto means to maintain tho personal political organization
necessary to secure' reelection under the new California primary law.
SHIRTWAIST-MAKERS' STRIKE ENDED.
PHILADELPHIA, Feb. C Tho strike of the shirtwaist makers haB
been settled by arbitration. It was announced yesterday that all dif
ferences had been adjusted and that the striking operators will return
to work. The open shop will prevail.
STOKES TAKES RIXEY'S PLACE.
WASHINGTON, D. C, Feb. C. Surgeon Stokes, U. S. N., was yes
terday confirmed by tho Senate as s urgcon-general of tho navy. Stokes
succeeds' Surgcon-Oenoral Itlxey, wh o was rotlred. for ago.
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HERMANN DEFENSE RESTS.
PORTLAND, Ore., Feb. 6. The Hermann defense-' has rested Its
FAIRBANKS SNUBS POPE. ''
, HOME, Feb. 6. Forrter Vlcc-P resident Fairbanks, for, whom, an au
dience with Ills Holiness tho Pope had been arranged for today, failed
to keep his appointment, doing thlB bocauso of 'objections raised by the
Vatican to his addressing tho congre gallon of the,.. Methodist church In
Ilomo before tho hour of his audience -
The objections on the part of tho Vatican TOre conveyed to Mr.
-Fairbanks just before the hour when he WBS'to-.iUVe.ihls ;plact,ln the
chapel pulplti In sptto of the objections, he carried out his promise to
address the congregation, then enlo red his carriage and was. driven back
'to his hotel. When reminded that the hour of the audience with the
1'opo had arrived, Mr. Fairbanks announced that he had .changed his
mind about keeping the appointment.
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ESTRADA MEETS DEFEAT. - ' '",
MANAGUA, Feb. 0. An olllcla 1 report of tho victory of the gov
ernment forces over tho troops of O oncral Estrada has been rccolved
here, according to whlclfthe' victor y was decisive. The report Is from
General Vasquez, the commander-in-chief of the government forces, who
states that In the fighting one man out of every1 six In the revolu
tionary army was either killed or w ounded.
The revolutionary army is in full flight, with 'General Vasquez In
Five Thousand Pared
Tho city and county of Honolulu
may have to trim sail, and pare down
some of the expenses heretofore
deemed necessary in tho mainte
nance of roads and other lines of
Tho Territory of Hawaii has noti
fied the city and county dads that
they will h,ave to worry along with
a monthly appropriation of thirty
five thousand dollars tor the next
six monthB at least.
This sum Is declared aB about five
thousand less each month than the
supervisors have been accustomed to
receive from tho Territorial strong
box. Tho matter was mildly broached
to the city hall staff through a com
munication received by Supervisor
Logan, nnd coming from the Terri
Tho supervisors now nu;et face the
deficiency In their revenues from tho
Territory, and tho question will
probably be taken up as special bus
iness at a near meeting of the law
$1 a Year
$1800 Lanre House and Lot about
75x75, on Webb Lane, near
Jung and LUina Streets,
$000 Four-room House and small
Lot on Buckle Lane, near
River and Vineyard streets.
Sewer connection. Very
$250 Several high Building Lots,
Kalakaua Ave. $50 cash;
balance $10 per month; no
P. E. R. STRAUCH
Waity Building. 74 S. King St.
Gere Makes Protest At
City nnd County Engineer Gere
has a grievance against those land
owners or agents who have been and
are at present engaged In platting
and laying out lots In newly-opened
subdivisions, without first getting
Into touch with tho office of the city
engineer or even bringing the mattor
to the attention of the Mayor or the
board of supervisors.
Engineer Gere has complained to
Mayor Fern concoruliig tho, practise
of promiscuous running of street
lines In new districts. He makes a
strong plea for uniformity. The en
gineer In his communication Insists
that there Is great need for regular
ity In the platting of subdivisions
and outlying tracts of land, to the
end that thero bo a continuity of
street lilllgnment nnd width.
It Is contended that all plats of
property of which It Is propose to
subdivide, should first bo submitted
to the Mayor or the board, showing
the location of all streets, avenues
As these districts are opened, the
streets and thoroughfares aro taken
over by the city. In many cases
they are In excess of the prescribed1
width, and therefore win ontau
much additional expense upon the
city and county for their (maintenance.
Tills matter, It -Is expected, will
receive consideration at the hand?
of the supervisors at their next
Over 3,(lOO,000 revenue stamps will
bo required for, tho cigars, clgarctteej
strip tobacco and-.snutr during mo cur
rent fiscal year, according to a do
flclyncy estlmato sent to Congress by
tho Treasury Department.
Boys' Two Piece Suits
In Blue Serge and Mixed Goods, Bloomer Pants, Fancy Cutis on Sleeves;
(torn 4 to IB years. Frcm $5.50 to $7.50.
Boys' Russian Blouse Suits
In Blue, Brown. Red and Grey, fancy embroidery on , the sleeves and
shield, cut full and trimmed with tie nnd belt; from 3 to 7 yean. . $5
Manish Coats for the Little Man, cut lone and full, in blue, red and
prey, trimmed with black velvet collars; from 4 to 10 years; $5.50 to
'Boys' Knee Pants
In Mixed Goods; from 4 to 18 years. 60c. to 75c. a pair.
v Boys' Bloomer Pants
In Blue Serge and Mixed Goods; from 4 to 16 years. 75c. to $1.75.
Boys' Khaki Knes Pants; all sizes, from 4 to 16 years, 65c. 'a pair.
Boys' Rompers y
In Madras, Chambray and Gingham; just the suit for after school; from
4 to 8 years. 50c. to $1.50 a suit.
The Wonderful Bargains
Will Soon Be Gone
Why pay more for groceries when you can
get the very choicest goods in the market at less
than wholesale cost. Compare these prices with
"what you usually pay :
TEAS: ENGLISH BREAKFAST Regular $1; now
GUN-POWDER Regular 65c; now 50
CEYLON Regular 75c; now....' 55
EXTRACTS-A11 Flavors: Regular 35o.Mxttles; now 25
V . Regular 20c. bottles; now 3 for 50
DIAMOND CRYSTAL SALT Regular 15c, now 3 for 25
FRANCO-AMERICAN SOUPS Regular 40c; now .30 .
AP0LLINARIS. WATER-Regular 15c; now 11
SOAPS (by the case) Regular $3.50; now $3.25
CROSS & BLACKWELL PICKLES Regular 40c ; now 25
FANCY WALNUTS and ALMONDS Regular 20c; now! . . .3 for 50
Also, Tremendous Bargains in
Trunks and Dress Suit Cases,
Agate Ware, Refrigerators,
Only a few of these items left. Prices have been
Lewis & Cos Store
Sale being conducted by
THEO. H. DAVIES & CO., LTD.
'The Finest Bathing on the Beach."
Meah,At All Hours.
WINES, LIQUORS, AND CIGARS.
W, 0. BEBQIN. Proprietor.
The French Laundry
258 BERETANIA STREET
J. ABADIE, Proprietor
F. THOMAS DYEING WORKS, SAN FRANCISCO
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