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BVENINO DULtJlTlN. HONOLULU, T. il.. THUilSIMY, vh. 10, 1910.
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Ladies' Wash Suits
. Eton, Shirt Waist
$ 4.2B Reg. lawn Suits now .$1.50 ,
5.00 '' i Pongee Suits now . .- 1,90
7.50 " linen Suits now 2.50
8.50 " Linen Suits now 2.00
8.75," Eaton Suits now ....'...? 1.90
10.00 " linen Suits now ; 5.50'
12.50 " White Rep Suits now 4.00
15.00 " Brown linen Suits now 5.00
15,00 " Whito linen Suits now 5.00
SEE WINDOW DISPLAY
SACHS' DRY GOODS CO.
Corner Fort and Beretania Streats Opposite Fire Station
FOR SOUTH AMERICA
WASHINGTON, D. C, Feb. 9. President TivtJ todny Issued 0
proclamation declaring that Argentina, Ilrazll, Uruguay, Paraguay, Mex
ico, Pnnunin and Liberia shall be among the countries the exports of
which shnll bo. admitted Into the United States at the minimum tariff.
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SPAIN HAS NEW PREMIER.
MA I) I til), Feb. 9. Joso Cnntalajas Ymcndos was .today appointed
premier to succeed Scnor Morct. He has been Intrusted with tho task
of forming a new cabinet. Sonor Ymendos Is n Democrat. '
Senor Motet, who retires In favor of Scnor Ymcmlos, wns fn ofllco
but a few months. Ho was appointed Immediately after tho revolution-
' cry movement was put down last fait. ' '
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TRAINMEN WILL STAY.
' CITY OF MEXICO, Feb. 9. Tho National Railways today reached
n satisfactory agreement with American engineers and conductors em
ployed on tho lines of the sjstein. w
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FAMOUS EDITOR UNDER 'KNIFE.
ATLANTA, Feb. 9, Clark Howo'l, tho famous cdltbr, Wns success
fully operated on todny for appendicitis.
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Is of proven value. Sixty years
is a pretty good test. No acid,
no-grit. Imparts a sensation so.
exquisite and lasting. It cleans
the teeth and exhilarates the mouth.
Prevents the accumulation of tar
tar. Try Sozodont. Jn patent
Benson, Smith & Co., Agent?,
Have to Choose
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f When you bought ordinary shoes you had to decide whether
you wanted style or comfort because you knew that it was impos
sible lo obtain both in the sarhe shoes. We can give you Women's
Regal Shoes that will afford you both perfect atyle and absolute
comfort. These combined features have helped to make Women's
Regal Shoes famous.
Our Women's Regals arc exact reproductions
of the latest, correct custom styles and Regal
quarter-sizes (found only in Regal Shoes) 1 insure
perfect fit and comfctt. Wc will demonstrate this
to you any lime you will drop into our store.
$3.50 and $4.00
Regal Shoe Store
Kiqg and Bethel
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Keep your books in order, preserve them from cock
roaches, and have a cozy library corner by using Msce'v
Sectional Bookcases, Oak and mahogany. Low prices.
,H. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd., Agents
Hackfeld Building Fort and Queen
Have you learned our prices for hauling freight to and from the
wharves? -Ve will be pleased to quote rates.
Honolulu Construction & Draying Co., Ltd.
Fort St., below Merchant. Phone 281.
SWITCHMEN WILL STRIKE.
CHICAGO, Feb. 9. The switchmen and trainmen on eighteen
roads today voted to go on strike. '
COUNTY WORK REPORT
City nnd County Knglneer Oero
hB3 presented fo Ills Honor the
Mnjor tho following report on coun
ty work Hint came under his Imme
diate supervision during tho year
Honolulu, Jon. ,31, 1910.
Tho Hon.. J. 'Kern, Mujor, City and
County of Honolulu.
Sir: I heg to nml;o report of tho
AT VOLCANO VOTING
Much excitement Is promised In tho
voting contest which Is to he ono of
tlin fenturuH on tho uvnnlnch nT ih.-
Elks' carnival, when It will liavo tu
he determined who Is th most "J0
ular'wpmhn, bald lady t bo Kb en a
round trip to tho Volcano House, Ha
waii, and n clinnce to look Into il.c
flery lilt of nalemaiimnu.
During the caurso of tho ocnlngt
of Kebrunry 21 nnd 22, while tho l
Ing Is proceeding, large blackboards
work of this department fpr the jenriWlll lo used to announce the progress
ending .December 31, 1909, as fol- ot lh contest,, so that tho nsscmbM
0Wd. multitude mnj- at nny stago of tho
DilrhiT tho ,,mr 1.1- nfflcs l.ns 'piocccdlnBa ascertain the status of
. , ... '" - . Tftno inuien lor wiinin tney are cast nu
cbmpllcd with 108 requests for street tnelr V0tu3 ae()rBt, o-Jfcl'I is In
iino nnu euro graucs rrom private charge of this section of tho Elks'
poisons, lino given line nnd grades: grand exhibition nnl Qcorgo will see
nnd furnishes plans nnd profiles for that there Is no riot, even If ho has to
tho construction work of the vari
ous road districts ns have beon re
quired, ondnado plans and prepared
specifications for the Knlunnul
bench and Knhana contracts.
Tho work has been divided nninne
the road dtstriMsNs per tho follow
ing itemized statement, and nn ex
amination of tho tosts of. tho work,
lu which no charge Is made for In
terest nnd depreciation of plants,
should convince ou that a conslder-
ablo B;lng could bo made to tho
city .nnd pounty by contracting all
construction work, particularly tho
There are some Instances whero
the cost of tho materials used In con
struction form tho major part of the
oxponso, where the city nnd county
can probably do tho work at a less
cost than by contract; but where the
item of labor Is the controlling fac
tor, contrnct work will be found less
ho reasons for this are too well
known to bo gono Into at this time,
but I respectfully call the matter to
our consideration. I would also
suggest that effort he made In tho
near future to oil ns much ot the
macadam road already constructed as
possible. Adoqunto sprinkling for
proper innlntennnco is out ot tho
question lu tho country district, and I
nm firmly comlnccd Hint tho oiling
of these, fulfils, following tno methods
used In tho Maklkl district ot Hono
lulu thrco years ago, will glvo good
results and provo n great saWng In
the long run.
In Juno of this year tho maintenance
of the Kcltnnl buildings and grounds
were placed In this department by tho
Ways and Means Cammlttco of tho
board. 'Under tho Instructions of the
cnminlttco only tho most Imperative
topalrs wcro imilutaken during tho
porlnd, and such supplies purchased as
wpro needed for tho euro and upkeep
(if thu buildings and grounds, except
Unit now scats costing S1G70.13 f. o. b.
wharf, Honolulu, wcro purchased.
These arrived In tho latter part of
November and early In December and
wero put up miring tno holidays.
Tho ujipioprlatloii mado by tho board
for this' hianch of tho work Is not
above the ordinary requirements for
maintenance, If Indeed It will provo
adequate, so that under it no now
buildings will ho possible
WILL BOOST HAWAII.
Tho cbleT topic for consideration at
tho Promotion Commttteo's meeting
Lthls nftprnoon will ho tho opening of
n branch ot tho Promotion Commltteo
In Atlantic City, N. J.
Jlioro nro novcr less than 15.000 vis
itors to this popular Atlantic beach
resort dining tho winter months, nnd
In summer thcra nro hundreds of thou
sands, Tho Promotion Commltteo Is
thinking boilnusly of opening a branch
In this fashlonablo resort to exploit
Hawaiian proilurts nnd to 'clrculato
lltornliiro pertalrjlng to the Territory.
Hnvallnn grown coffeo, pineapples,
cotton, Blsnl, sugar, tobacco, etc., w'lll
bo demonstrated nnd ninny of tho ex
hibits from tho Senttlo World's Kalr
will bo sent to this branbh In Atlantic
City In order thnt tho Tenltory may
bo further boosted.
Thoro Is a passenger on tho Cleve
land who Is making n collection for a
library by purchasing tho best produc
tions nt nny one v ltd Is handy with a
pen. Hero is n cbnuco for tlinso who
hno heretofore received "not nnll
nblo" ns tho return for their hard
cull on "Jack" I)olo In all his gild
braid nnd gorgeous uniform to main
tain peace as tho Chief of Detective
nnd I'ollco Potentate, of tho celebra
It will bo. well on both evenings for
people who, wish to cast votes for a
lady to voto early, heforo they get car
ried away with the delight of tho mas
querade ball In tho Young roof gardcu
and before they nro lost In infatuation
In tho max of wopdcr-bonlhB in which
will bo established a cliolco assortment
of entrancing attractions. Voto early
and often is tho host ndvlec, wherqlL
there Is a.4iCorence. f rom jiolitlcs.
An op!ortuulty Is now offered tho
public to behold tho beginning of work
In Dlshop Park, whero tho Elks' Trail
Is soon to Tie realised. Just now tho
timbers nro being' put together, but
within a couple of weeks tho spirit of
high carnival will therein bo en
shrined. Keep tho evenings of Keb
runry 21 and 22 clear of all other
dates mid, meanwhile, watch the Elks'
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COUNTY SCHOOLS COST LITTLE.
Tho city nnd county of Honolulu
expended tho sum of $725G.13 In tho
upkeep nnd maintenance of public
school buildings for tho twelvo
months ending December 31.
A report of tho work performdd In J
keeping tho buildings In repair has
been submitted to Mayor Joseph J.
I'crn, through the offlco ot City and
County Engineer Ouy Gere.
Of all the schools In tho county,
tho largest sum was spent upon tho
Central Grammar and Prlfnnry
School of this city The llttlo pub
lic school loented In Mnnou Valley
received but ninety-two cents from
out tho general appropriation.
The McKlnley High School also
comes In for Quito a substantial
amount, there being $1019.95 ex
pended upon the maintenance of this
According to Engineer Gere, tho
following amounts were expended lu
city and county school maintenance:
Alea school, 180. 85; Central Gram
mar and Primary, -$1351. 87; Ewn
school, $2Gl.r7i Huuuln, $273.96;
Honou'lull, $l,03 Kaahumanu,
$279.13; Knllua, $6.82; Kuawst.
$2.71; Kaliilanl, JC27.20; Kallhl-
wacnn, $272.t8; Knuluwola,
uhuku, $4.C9; Kalihl-uka,
Knncolio, $33.72; Mollllll.
Mutton Valley, 92c; Mc
Higli, $1019.95; Maemne,
Monnalua, 24.70T Point
$156.70; Pnuoa, $101.14;
Pearl City, $8G,13; Hoyal, $440,07;
Wullupc, $7G.G7; Wnlklkl, $624.38;
Wnlpahu, $90.54; Wutnlua, $3309;
rWalaholo, $16G.G3; Wnlanno, $7.03;
Wnhlnwn, $3.31; vynlmnnalo,
$16.3G; foremun nnd timekeeper,
$80. Total, $72GC13.
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$1800 Larjre House and Lot, about
75x75, on Webb Lane, near
King and Liliha Streets.
$600 Four-room House and small
Lot on Buckle Lane, near
Biver and Vineyard streets.
Sewer connection. Very
$250 Several high Bnildinp; Lots,
Kalakaua Ave. $50 cash;
balance $10 per month; no
P. E. R. STBAUCH
Waity Building. 74 S. King St.
Boys' Two Piece Suits
In Bine Serge 'nnd Mixed Goods, Bloomer Pants,-Fancy Cuffs on Sleeves:
from 4 to 10 years. From $5.50 to $7.50,
Boys' Russian Blouse Suits
In Blue, Brown, Bed and Grey; fancy embroidery on the
shield, cut full and trimmed with tie and belt; from 3 to
Manish Coats for the Little Man, out long and full, in blue, red and
grey, trimmed with black velvet collars; from 4 to 10 years; $5.50 to
56-50. ' wi .U, u.i u.
Boys' Knee Pants
In Mixed Goods; from 4 to 16 years. 50c. to 75c. a pair.
Boys' Bloomer Pants
In Blue Serge and Mixed Goods; fiygra 4 to 16 yean. 75c. to $1.75.
Boys' Khaki Knee Fants; all sites, from 4 to 16 years. Coc. a pair.
In Madras, Chambray and Gingham; just the snit for after school; from
4 to 8 yean. 60c, to $1.50 a suit. '
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"These bargains are nearly gone. Sale will be
. continued only a few days longer. Do not miss
an opportunity to lay in a stock of Good Groceries
at Reduced Price's.
Nirvana Tea, - - . - . $ .35 .25
Assorted Fruit Syrups, - . - .50 .30
Imported Preserves, assorted, - .85 .65
Bishop's Assorted Jelly, ' - - .25 .20
Cooking Salt, 2 lb- Cartons, - - .15 3-,25
Assorted Spices, 25c size, - ?, '.15
Greer's or Parson's Ammonia, pts., - .25 3-.50
Catsup (Rockaway Brand), - - i .25 3-.50
Imported Herrings in Tomato Sauce, .35 .20
- 20 Mule Team Borax, 3-4 lb. pkgs.,2 for .25 3-.25
Beef Extract, jars, - - - .45 .30
Beef Extract, tubes, - - - .05 2-.05
- OTHER SPECIAL ITEMS
Richard Hudnut's Toilet Waters, Toilet Soaps,
Face Powders and Creams, Nail and Skin
Preparations at big reductions.
Many useful articles for HOUSEHOLD FURNISHING. There are
still a few TRUNKS and DRESS SUIT CASES, REFRIGERATORS and
nice DINNER SETS.
Lewis & Cos Store
Sale being conducted by
THEO. H. DAV1ES & CO., LTD.
"The Finest Bathing on the Beach."
Meals At All Hours. -
WINES, LIQUORS. AND CIGARS.
W. 0. BEROIN. Proprietor.
The French Laundry
J. ABADIE, Proprietor 258 BERETANIA
Agent for '.-?'S!m,
. '. F. THOMAS DYEING WORKS, SA N FRANCISCO