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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, March 01, 1910, 3:30 EDITION, Page 3, Image 3',
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BVENlNd IIWXMTIN, HONOLULU, f, II., TUESDAY, MAIL 1, 1910
First Showing of
NEW SPRING MILLINERY
Personally selected bj our Miss Spencer during her re
cent trip East.
OXOE & KEATH-S PATTERN HATS and our own
creations will be on display beginning MONDAY, FEBRU
New Wash Skirts .
Styles for Spring nr.d Summer for 1010 now own.
Stylish skirts made of Rep, Linen and P. K., from $2 up.
New Lingerie Waists
New models arc making initial appearance.
SACHS' DRY GOODS CO.
Corner Fort and Beretania Streets Opposite Fire Station
93 and 95 King Street, Near vMaunakea Street'
RETAILERS OF GENERAL MERCHANDISE
GROCERIES, We ajm to give oar customers the best value
at 'the hwest possible prices, and claim to
be "poneysavers" for prudent cash buyers.
6c, 10c, 15c. prooik are a feature, of our business, and la-
eswill be surprised at the numerous arti-
wet oi value that can
these .small amounts.
be purchased for
HOUSEHOLD wares are being continually added to our
stock, and we now have a varied assortment
daily required by every family.
' CALL, INSPECT, AND YOU ARE SURE TO BUY
A-B-C Cash Store,
'93 AND 95 KING STREET
Oppose Pacific Mail
WASHINGTON, D. C, Feb. 28. The Pacific Mall Steamship Com
pany niny find Itself up against the Federal lawB. Secretnry of War
Dickinson toilny announced that ho proposes to Invoke the Sherman
anti-trust law to break tho steamship monopoly which the Pacific Mall
company 'exercises over the steamship business between the United
States and Panama. , -
Thoro has been considerable talk of freeing the government from
tho burden of the steamship monopoly, and a line, of gocrnmcnt-own-etl
Btoanicrs has been discussed. Such a line Is known to be fatored
by man) members of Congress. ,
GOVERNMENT REFORM IN BUSINESS METHODS.
WASHINGTON, D. 0., Feb. 28. Tho Senate today passed tho Al
drlch bill providing tor a complete revision and modernization of bus
iness methods In the departments of the goernmtnt.
' The Aldrkh bill Is one of the most Important bits of legislation
Which Congress has considered this session. It prmldcs that the var
ious departments of the Federal 'gov ernment shall bo rcorganltcd nnd
that business methods shall be brought up to date so ns to compare fa
orubly ulrh the methods in vogue in the large buslncs3 houses of the1
BOGUS BUTTER-MAKER JAILED. v
CHICAOO," Feb. 28. A. llroadwelVTf wealthy manufacturer of
oleomargcrlne, was today sentencod to serve six jcars In tho penttnn
tlnry and to pay n fine of $15,000 for violating the( regulations relative
to the manufacture and sale of Imitation butter.
GRANT LABOR DEMANDS OR STRIKE.
MINNEAPOLIS, Feb. 28. The railway engineers nnd firemen to
night completed taking their ota as-to whether or not they 'will strike.
It Is said that they uro overwhelmingly In favor of striking if their
demands bo not granted. .
IT'S ALL BUNCOMB, SAY
.HAV YOU ANY CLOTHES THAT NEED DIEINGT
Look carefully at your clothes, and if th,ey are faded or soiled, let us
t i send them to the F. Thomas Dyeing Works, San Francisco, to be s-
! entiflcally cleaned or dyed.
"French laundry, & flft-
Send Us Your Order for
Hawaiian Fishery. Ltd.
- J King Street Fish Market
NEW HAS, Coast Styles
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Weekly Bulletin Year
. (Continned from Pun O
lloilalrc class" could hac luxuriated
to their heart's content. These
rooms adjoined prlvnto baths nnd
contained large double beds.
Tho Wllhclmlnn was built and
furnlthcd for thoinccommodattmk of
ono hundred nnd fifty people In tho
first class. The vessel In leaving
wllli n Irtfly ocr half her cabin ca
pacity occupied, painfully demon
strated that while Honolulu has tho
ships, tho tourists nnd- travelers
were distressingly conspicuous by
Tho steamer Illlonlan has been
eliminated from the San Francisco
business by the coastwise suspcti
slonlsts, although tho local agents
will tell Honolulu-San? Francisco
passages nt nny nnd nit times. This
veisel Balled after the termination
of the camUat nnd Floral Parade
with but four cabin passengers,
while at the same time that vessel
has comfortably accommodated as
hgh us fifty people. .
Hut eliminating the Hilonlan
from tho game, tho Oceanic steam
ship Alameda sailed for San Fran
cisco on the morning following tho
F,lornl Parade with not only empty
flrst-clnss cabins, but with accom
modation for aU least thirty addi
tional cabin passengers. This was
one of the vessels that had been
touted by tho opposition of coast
wise regulations us booked to the
The Pacific Mall liner Mongolia
was another vessel of which It was
bald that many prominent maln
lnnders found It impossible to se
A call at the shipping department
of II. Hackfeld & Co. this morning
developed, the fnct that the big liner
sailed rropi Honolulu ror ban rran
clkco with nmple room for nt IcaBt
seventy-fhe additional cabin passen
gers". Ono particularly noteworthy fact
In connection with the departure of
the Mongolia wns'that In no enso
fio where families wero concerned
did, tho first-class cabins of tho Pa
cific Mall steamer, after leaving Ho
nolulu, contain more than two pas
sengers. In the caso'of tho Mongo
lia, even the most fastidious could
hardly have Just causo for complaint
because of overcrowding.
"This ho nnd cry coming from
the coastwise suspenslonist; camp
concerning visitors who run up
against liners with overtaxed ac
commodation Is q11 buncomb," was
the emphatic declaration coming
from another shipping mannger this
T is pure!
That is tne one
thing about Ivory
Soap that is of para
It floats; it is econom
ical; it is available for
use' not only in the bath
and toilet, but also for
fine laundry purposes
these-.things are import
Bnt;'lbut after all they
are secondary to the one
gret fact that Ivory
Soap- is pure soap; and
'994Ao"o',Per Cent. Pure
Made in New York
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Appeal very strongly to
the class of men who
ity" that's the word,
ing else tells the story.
"Ik. M..fa4 M.Ant1.i. .. u L- ..tl. . . .
inji In the world. The Sbi(er tw!lio( (11 tie njhtl ,
692 fen .lOTe lie wlcwtlki the MeuopoLiin (t tie left)
In tleb office, you will tee lie tx Jrcucd men in ,le
wwU men wemng BenJinilnV elotlci.
STUPENDOUS FUfJITURE SALE
FOLLOWING OUR USUAL CUSTOM. W'WQX HOLD OUE'aH- I
NUAL CLEARANCE "SALE, COMMENCING MARCH 'lST-TOMORtfOW.
THOUSANDS .OF DOLLARS'-WORTH OF ALL GRADES AND KINDS OF
FURNITURE WILL BE MARKED AT PRICES WHICH WILL MOVE THE
GOODS AT SIGHT. ALL GOODS MARKED IN PLAIN riQURES, SHOW
ING OLD AND CUT PRICES.
J. HOPP & Co,, 185 King St., Lewers & Cooke Bid.'
"The present difficulty In a satis
factory settlement of, the transporta
tion problem at Honolulu lies, to
my 1 Idea, ilnjjthe faulty sjstem of
booking which prevails In practi
cally all offices In Honolulu, v
"The records at the various steam
ship otnecs show flagrant evidence
of duplicate, , triplicate and quadru
plicate bookings for passage to San
"TdKe, for oxample, n party of a
half dozen people who have decided
to terminate their visit to the Ha
waiian Islands. They call at tho
local office of the Pacific Mall and
are told that there Is Indication of
a rather large number of passengers
for the next Coastbound liner. Thcso
people register their names there
nnd request that tlioy be given tho
best rooms available. Tho party
within a few minuted will drop Into
the olDce of the Oceanic Bteamship
LCompany, on their way up tho
street) and go through the sanio for
mality. Their names will bo found
on the Alameda list of prospective
passengers. Deforo returning 'to
their hotel, tho samo Identical com
pany of tourists will have called at
the olUco of Castle & Cooke and re
quested reservations on either the
Wllhclmlna Or tho'lairllne, for the
next voyage to San Francisco.
"Hero lies the plllkla. Along
comes a tourist or resident who Is
really anxious to secure accommoda
tion on an outgoing steamer, and
shquld ho call at any of tho prin
cipal shipping agencies be Is shown.
a formldnbla HsUof names. Tho re
sult Is 'that in many Instances a
prospective passenger Is beset with
trial and tribulation In making a
decision ob to what vessel he or she
should take in getting away from
"This disagreeable state of affairs
could bo greatly remedied, If not
entirely eliminates, would the
I agents for the Bcveral steamship
lines demand the payment of a
hooking fee or advance pajment at
1 the time that the passage is booked.
This pajment to bo inado with the
, 1 . ' : rr-
Jlstlnct understanding that it will
In no wise Ijo refunded save only
where tho agents are unable to 1s
In a casual glanco ovor the book- (
ings for San Francisco, at least 11
Jozen personswero found this morn-1
lng who had ""registered tholr names
at the office of Cnstlo & Cooke, the J
Oceanic Steamship Company, and
also at the Pacific Mall agency.1
Those persons have been entered on
tho steamer berthing lists for de-.
parture by the Wilholmlnn, the .Ala
meda and also 'the Korea.
It stands to reason that thore is ,
bound to he BOmo wholesale scratch
ing of names on tho pnges of tho
passenger lists at all tho local of-
flees on or before tho fifteenth or
William 0. Cro-Aoll, Demty Sheriff
at Walmcn, and his wlfo.'accompanlcl
by Mrs. W. Wright, MrJ-ji Uhan Uu
nnd M. K. Lola and wife, wero on n
visit to Hacna'ca'.cs this week. After
a short rest ut, tho caves, tho parly
went on to the Malil Publel residence,
whero they staod o lunch, and from
thero went back lo' Mr. W. B. Smith's j
rcsldcnco at Walnlha? from whlchl
they mado a dolour up tho valley for
a lstt to tho Power Houso. On re
turning they stopped, "at ho rcsldcnco
of Deputy Sheriff J. .K. J,ota,at Ha
nalcl, for the night. Oardcn Island.
185 editorial rooms 258 busi
ness office. Thai are tho ttfaphont
,umh,fi nt th Bull.tln nfflr
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tt.. --rT-P. z.r -rr . .,' a
Ao Electric Toaster Stove
For Cooking a Dainty Heal Right on the Dining; Table
COOKS AS WELL-AS TOASTS
It a convenient itovt for meals, at odd honn, late inp
pen, Sunday night tea, or for the ilok room.
The Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.'
Classy Gentlemen's? Shirts v
'50 cents up tp $1.00
BEE OUR SWELL LINE OF NECKWEAR
Stylet are alwayi correct when you get your furnishing!
L. AHOY, Nuuanu Street
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Are tho AT GOODS shown in the '
On Fori Street below Kinp.
ARTS AND CRAFTS SHOP,
They are excluiive in most initancei,
if f '
i iV ,.
Notice to the Public!
HE 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;i
Hardware Dept. of T. H. Davies & Co, Ltd.
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