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I' , , KVKNINU IHllXirriN, HONOLULU. T. II., MONDAY, Hill. 2S, 1010. 3
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First Showing of
NEW SPRING. MILLINftY
Personally selected brour Miss Spencer during Iicr re
cent 'trip East.
GAGE & KEATH'S PATIERN HATS and our own
creations will be on display beginning MONDAY, FEBRU
New Wash Skirts
Styles for Spring land Summer for 1010 now op.cn.
Stylish skirts made of Rep, Linen nnd P. X., from $2 up.
New Lingerie Waists
New models 'are miking initial appearance.
SACHS'. DRY GOODS CO.
Corner Fort nnd Bcretania Streets Opposite Fire Station
American Brokerage Co.
03 and 05 King Street, Near Maunakca Street
, RETAILORS OF GENERAL MERCHANDISE
OROCEREES Wc aim to give our customers the best value
at the bwest possible prices, and claim to
be "moiiiy-savcrs" for prudent cash buyers.
5c., 10c, 15c. poods arc a feature of our business, and In
dies will ba surprised at the numerous arti
cles of value that can be purchased for
csc small amounts.
HOUSEHOLD wares are being continually added to our
" stock, and wc now have a varied assortment
daily required by every family.
CALL, INSPECT, AND YOU ARE SURE TO BUY
A-B-C Cash Store,
03 AND 05 KING STREET,
HAVE YOU ANY CLOTHES THAT NEED DYEING?
Look cirkfully at your clothes, and if they are faded or soiled, let us
send .them to 'the F. rThomas Dyeing Worla, San Francisco, to be sci
entifically cleaned or dyed..
French Laundry, , &$ f!Spi
Send Us Your Order for
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Hawaiian Fishery. Ltd.
Kinjy Street Fish Market
TAFT WANTS YOUNGER
WASHINGTON, D. C, Tel), 27 The administration Is pledged to
n nnvnl policy which, If carried out, will place the United States at
tliu M-ry front of the nnvnl power r of the world. llattalcshtps whlcn
will furtu a class by themsches, reorganization of tho personnel bo that
young men wilt command America's war fleets, und Increased rank for
commanding officers nro among tho naval reforms urged by the ad
Young blood In command of t'o navy 1b the keynote of tho mes
sage which l'lesldent Tnft yestordiy tronsmltted to Congress. Tho
President U (Irmly convinced that the Meyer plan could bo bettered
liy arrnnglng to have men reach tho high offices In the navy earlier In
llfo than U contemplated by the Bocrotnry of the Navy.
Tho I'rcsldent strongly recommends retaining tho grnilo of ad
miral and creating the grade of vlcc-udmlral. ,
Tho President also urged tho construction of two giant battleships
of a tonnage of .12,00,0 each nnd to cost $18,000,000 apiece. This
would make the United States tho leading naval power of the world, a
posltlun which the President believes that tho country should occupy.
TAWNY DISCOURAGES BIG NAVAL ACT.
WASHINGTON, February 27. Representative Tnwney of Mlnne- (
rota made n- bitter attack upon the administration's naval program on
Saturday, and denounced the talk of war wlfh Japan as a' conspiracy to
stampede Congress Into n period of naval cxtrnvngance.
The reports of extraordinary naval preparations In Japan, ho said,
were Inxenlluus on the part of tho American shipbuilders, who wish
the country to become alarmed 'In the hopo that tho government would
on Its part also undertake a great shipbuilding policy.
He voiced his strong opposition to the proposals of President Taft
that .America needed to become J lending naval power, placing the
credit for the President's views Also on the heads of the shipbuilders.
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IIONSTER STRIKE PENDINO. "
I'lHLADKLl'lllA, Fob. 27. Tho members of the central labor
union, tho piesldent of which Is now under arrest, met today nnd voted
favorably on the question of n sympathetic strike, to support the strik
ing stlect-car operators. The central labor union Is 'composed of tho
representatives of ono hundred nnd forty allied unions, with n com
bined membership. In this city of ono hundred nnd twenty-rive thousand
These will go out on strike next Saturday unless tho sTrcct-cnr
company comes to soma agreement with Its. employes during the woelc.
CRUISER WASHINGTON TO QUARANTINE.
TOUT TOWNSIINU, Feb. 27. Tho armored cruiser Washington left
here ostorday under orders to proceed to tho quarantine station at
Angel Island, San Francisco harbor. Moro smallpox cases have broken
out on board the cruiser, nnd It ban been thought wise to send th
stricken vessel to n place where her crew can bo landed under proper
medical quarantine regulations. j
MEDALS FOR FJCPLORERS. '
KOMK, Feb. 27. Tho Hoyal Geographical Society has voted to pre
sent medals of honor to Commander Peary, U. S. N., tho discoverer of
tho North Polo; to Ucutennnt Shack'leton, It. N who has reached tho
Furthest South, und In tho Count d'AbruzzI of Italy, tin officer of tho
Italian navy, for his polar exploration work.
TUG STORM ON PUGET SOUND. A
8IJATTLH, Peb. 27. A great storm Is raging at. tho present tlmo
on Puget Sound and through tho surrounding, country. It Is feared
that Hoods are Imminent. .T
NEW HATS, Coasf Styles D
Made in Now York
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1028 Nunanu St.
Weekly Bulletin, $1 Year
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
Kahaluu Pineapple & Ranch Com
At tho nnnunl meeting of tho
stockholders of tho Kahaluu Pine
apple Company, Limited, held nt tho
onico of tho Union Peed Co., Ltd., nt
Honolulu, T. II., on February 20,
1910, the following officers wero
elected to bervc for the ensuing
F. V. Mncfarlano President
P. Walter Macfarlano . . ,
C, J. Falk.. Secretary nnd Treasurer
Geo. II. UobeitMin Auditor
Directors P. W. Macfarlane,' F.
Walter Macfarlano, Geo. II.
Hobertton, Ocorgo Itodlelc, C. J.
C. J. FALK,
13.-, l-3t Secretary,
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
Hawaiian Cannery Company, Lim
ited. At the annual meeting of tho
stockholders of tho 'Hawaiian Can
nery Company, Limited, hold at tr.e
ofllco of tho Union Feed Co., Ltd.,
at Honolulu, T. I!., on Fubruary 20,
I'JIO, tho following officers wore
elected to (.ervo for tho 'ensuing
F. W. Macfarlano Precldont
F. Walter Macfarlano. ., . ,
C J. Falk.. Secretary and Treasurer
Geo. II. ltobertson Audltoi
rrr-rr twirr" :
Directors P. W. Mncfarlnne, F.
Walter 1 MacXarJane, Geo. 1 II.
Robertson, Gcorgo Rodlek, C. J.
i' Cj J. FALK,
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
Rcyal Hawaiian Garage, Limited.
At the annual .meeting of the
stockholders of tho Royal Hawaiian
Garage, Limited, held at the ofl'ce
of tho Union Feed Co., Ltd., nt Ho
nolulu, .011 February 2C, 1910, the
following directors wore elected to
servo for tho ensuing year: P. W
Macfarlane, F. E. Thompson, Geo. II.
Kobcrtson, Geo. Hodlck, C. J. FatK.
At a subsequent meeting of tho
Hoard of Directors, tho following of
ficers wero appointed to servo for tho
P. W. Macfarlano President
P. E. Thompson Vice-President
C. J. Palk. .Secretary. nnd Treasme.-
Geo. II. Hobcrtson Auditor
C. J". FALK,
irvo for the ensuing year: U. D. k
Tcnney; W. W. GoOdalo, T, H. I'n-'.
trie, C. II. Athorton, J. R. Unit.
At n subsequent mooting of tho
said directors, held on tho same date.
tho following officers wero appointed
to serve for tho ensuing year:
K. D. Tcnncy President
W. W, Goodalo Vice-President
T. H. Petrlo..... Secretary
C II. Atherton.i Treasurer'
T. Rich. Robinson 1... Auditor.
T. II. PKTRIi:,
Secretary, Hclemano Laud Com
Honolulu, Feb. 28, 1910.
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
STUPBIDOUS FURNITURE SALE
FOLLOWING OUR USUAL CUSTOM. WE WILL HOLD OUR AN
NUAL CLEARANCE SALE. COMMENCING MARCH 1ST TOMORROW.
THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS' WORTH OF ALL GRADES AND KINDS OF
IttRNITURE 'WILL BE MARKED AT PRICES WHICH WILL MOVE THE
f GOODS AT SIGHT. ALL GOODS MARKED IN PLAIN FIGURES, SHOW
ING OLD AND CUT PRICES.
J. HOPP & Co,, 185 King St., Lewerc & CooRc Bid.
, ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
Union Feed Company, Limited.
At tho annual mooting of the
stockholders of tho Union Peed Com
pany. Limited, hold at the office of
the company, at Honolulu, T, II., on
February 20, 1910, tho following of
ficers were elected to servo for tho
P. W. Macfnrlano President
Geo. II. Hobertbon. ..Vice-President
C. J. Falk. .Secretary nnd Treasurer
A. Coustabol Auditor
Directors P. W. Macfarlano, Geo.
II. Robertson, Geo, Rodlek, H.
D. Tenner, C. J. Falk.
C. J. FALK,
Apokaa Sugar Company, Limited.
At tho nnnunl, meeting of tho
shareholders of tho Apokaa Sugar
Companr, Limited, held In Honolulu I
on Saturday, February 20, 1910, tho
following officer)) wero elected to
bervc for tho ensuing ear: I
II. D. Tcnnoy President
C. II. Cooke Vice-President
T. II. Petrlo Secretary
C. II. Athertnn Treasurer
J. II. Cnstlo Auditor
Tho above named officers also con
stitute tho Hoard of Directors for th
T. II. PETR1K,
Secretary, Apokaa Sugar Cnuipiny,
Honolulu, February 2, Q1
An Electric Toaster Stove
For Cooking a Dainty Meal Right on the Dining Tablo
COOKS AS WELL AB TOASTS
It a convenient itore for meali at odd hours, late tap
pers, Sunday night tea, or for the sick room.
The Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.
Classy Gentlemen's Shirts
50 cents up to $1.00
SEE OUR SWELL LINE OF NECKWEAR
Styles are always correct when you get your furnishings
L. AHOY, Nuuanu Street
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
Helemnno Land Company, Limited.
At tho annual meeting of tho
shareholders of tho Holomano Land
Company, Limited, hold in Honolulu
ion Filday, February 2G, 1910, tin.
following directors wero elected to
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Notice to the Public!
THE OFFICE of the HONOLULU CONSTRUC
TION AND DRAYING CO., LTD., has been
moved from its former location to the large office
on QUEEN STREET, NEXT TO THE OFFICE OF
THE INTER-ISLAND S. S. CO., and opposite the
Hardware Dept. of T. H. Davies & Co., Ltd.
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