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BULLETIN. H0iJ6l'u'lU, 't H., HllDAY. JuLV 22." i'sJiq!1''"1'''''
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'FANCY PLAID HAIR BIBBONS 42 inches wide; onf
Tegular 50c quality, for 35c per jard. ',
TAFFETA CLOTH tin Light drey and Fawn; 38
r inches wide? reduced frcm 75c to 50c per yard. Splendid
value., . '
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LADIES' STirF EMBROIDERED COLLARS All sizes;
reduced from 35c to 23c each.
WIRE HAIR PINS Assorted sizes in each cube,
jcial, 5c each,
STORE CLOSES AT 1 P, M.
Sachs' Dry Goods Co.
Corner Fort and'Bcrctinia Streets Opposite Fire Station
easily bo landed at other ports o(
Lull In the Territory, nlt'of tho Ahiu
rlcnn llunallun bukts mfik.nK seernl
ports besides Honolulu Then It
comes back Into the local maioet ht
mcan3 c! the tegular coasting steam
It" Is a kooJ proposition (or a Ch.
nose oar'iiing lutt a lev. dollars n
month to ; take. thp4 6hineo -or smug
elliiR oiilii'm 'ilniU FniikliiK a iifat lid'
ccritagu ilpoii cverV tin which he uc
ceeds In getting Into the territory
It l customary Ki handle the nptum
n Ave 't'nel ?tfnt ulifrh arc nlmut
thfde Inches 'long two Inches ldo
and ono Inch deep, and tht'u tins fill
ed, tc partially Piled an the ciihUiiiI
la, wllli prepared number one opium
lire worth etnty-flo or eighty dol
laru In tho locjhl inarkit Tho teciiiid
cook had opium In his grip this morp
lng which was worth one hundred an I
fifty dollars If It could be landed In
CaiAntn J V Nichols of the Art
zonnn was the first wltnes examined
nt the hearing this morning his tstl
mony amounting to the Identification
of the second cook and telling wham
the ipiartcrs he had were located
amidships on the port side of tho ves
Inspector It. T. Talor. who found
'tho opium In Bang's grip was the sec
ond witness Bworn. Ho told of the
search ho mndo of the ship with ro
omie cutter men, of tho finding of thu
grip In tho room occupied by thu
cnokB and Its Identification by Sang
as his property. It was opened nt
Taylor's request by Sang and two
tins of opium found Inside with a few
articles of clothing
Chtneso Interpreter Joe Ixil Identi
fied the tins as those containing stamp
ed opium ond opened one of them at
tho reaucst of ilreckons it was kiioui
two-thirds full of tho dr"K prepared
At tho conclusion of tho testimony
of Interpreter Joo I.ol the defendant
Lcong Sang was glon a chance to ex
plain. He said that the opium was
found In his grip when ho opened
It at the request of Inspector Talor
but that lie had no idea of how It
came to be- there
Ho did not know that there was
opium In tho grip wncn he opened
It and said It must havo been put
thero by Bomeono clso.
Notwithstanding Ills protestations
of Innocenco Sang was held for trial
during the October term of tho Fed
eral CoUrt under bonds, 61 $750, tbp
usual amount 'in such casos. .
Buy one of our $20.00 SUITS and
judge us by the garments. We stake
our reputation on these suits, ani
know full well that your future
patronage depends upon how the
We feel satisfied that we have better
workmanship in these $20.00 suits
than others have in higher priced
clothing. As to wear, time only can
tell, so to protect you we say that if
the suit disappoints you you
have your money back.
BDY A "KINO OF ALL." OR A "RESH" STROP AND
KEEP A KEEN EDGE ON THE OLD BLADES.
Benson, Smith fe Co.,
FORT AND HOTEL STREEis
(Continued from Pace 1)
considered that opium has been com
Intr Into the Territory by them, and
! perhaps, by other steamers plying lo
' cally between this port and ports on
I'thc Pacific Coast.
I Recently tho prlco of opium In the
1 local market has dropped from eighty
ti"ovcnt-flvp dollars for n flvo tool
un or (no sinmpcii nrncio, and ino un
stamped quality has nlsn dropped the
pricu now quoted being sixty dollais
foi' a lUe tacl tin
Tho market price of the dopo var
ies with tho timount of It obtatuablo
mid when tho prlco drops the authori
ties know that a considerable quan
tity In In tho market. This Is the
case at the present time,
It Is fairly tasy for a Chinese or
other employee on board a stcamor
of tho American Hawaiian lino to get
hold of opium at l'ugct Sound ports,
San 1'ranclRco or Mexican ports, get
ting tho jioppy product thero from
stcimcis coming In fiom tho Orient
all of which hat'-lmro or less of the
drug on board among tho Chinese
members of tho crew.
These Chinese on tho Oriental
stcnmeiH buy tho opium in Hongkong
from tho opium farmer there who op
crates under a goerumpnt monopoly
mill they bell It on tfe coast at u
good profit still leaving a fair mar
gin fur o!i,o who liu j b to tako It
ashoro;!) United States territory and
dlsposo-'t'ofj it. In fho open nfarkct.
It bj'ngurcd out that opium which
makes Jta' way Into the Tcrrltorx
comes practically all from the Pacific
coastt ond 'not from tho OrIon.Uand It
Is for this reason that extra precau
tlons In Boaichlng nro being taken on
the local stcumcrs,
Taking the stuff cm board at coast
ports If ublo to oviulu the customs
search In Honolulu the stuffs cun
Every American citizen should ro
to the'polls and vote, Tuesday. Vote
10 CONSTRUCT '
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. Reduction Sale
For Four Weeks on
Complete Hat .Stock
1028 Nunann St
MEN'S LAUNDRY WORK
J. ABADIE, Prop.
Drowning "Did you sell jour auto
mobile for as much as you paid when
you bought It?"
Greening "Well, I sold It for ns
much us it was worth when I bought
VlIST I.1KK Tiltf fish; "
consideration of one dollar
Klluuen Sugar Plantation Company
has transferred to United States Gov
ernment three pieces of land nt Kllmt
ta, Kauai, containing n total of thirty-nine
and one-half acres
Tho Innd Ib ono plcco of thirty-one
acres, three and one-half acres for n
road and an Island near the shnro
which contains nAe acres. The deed
of transfer Is signed by A. II. 8preck
leu as vice president of the Company
and II. W, Thomas as treasurer.
It Is for constructing a lighthouse
that tho land lias been acquired by
If you are doubtful about where
you vote on Tuesday, look It up to
day. Vote on. Tuesday,
Henry lala was arrested yesterday
at Walhetio upon wireless order sent
by United States Marshal. Hendry, nnd
a deputy will leuveurr tho Mautia 1.0ft
oq Monday to bring him to Honolulp.
lata Ht married man and charged
under'the Edmunds Act together with
Make your Plans to Vote next Tues
day. Don't Evade the Issue Vote No.
Bulletin Business Office Phone 250
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 185
REPORT OF RESOURCES AND LIABILITIES OF
The Yokohama Specie Bank,
OF HONOLULU, HAWAII,
AT THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS, JUNE 30, 1010.
Loans and discounts. .". ,$ 7C, 800.84
rurnlturo and fixtures.. 2,710.22
Due from banks and
hankers .1 01,377.58
CushXon Jianih S3.21C.40
All other resources 113,483.02
Deposits ,. ..,!.,.;,,..!3r,2,390 10
Duo to bunks and bunk
Illlla payable .'... ' 1,246.59
All other liabilities' ,' . . . 1 ,700.00
I, Y,,Aal, Manager of the Yokohama Specie Hank, Ltd,, Honolulu
Ilrantli, ho solemnly swear that the foregoing statements aim true and
correct to the' best of my knowledge and belief.
Subscribed and sworn to befoie me this 30th day of June, 1910.
DAVID L. PErnilSON,
Sptnry 1'nbjlc. rtrst Judicial. Circuit, T. II. -..
1 4077 July 22, 2J, 27.
K.ild the fooVkJIIer "I trlid today
All thust fool fish liars to slay;
I captured 11 few
Of the lesser crew,
nut the big fellows all got uwuy"
Mjroi'i' km:w hkttkh. I
Wlserly "There's nothing net
under the sun, old man "
Nupop "Why, there's our baby!
1S5 editorial rooms JJ5G bus)
ness office. These are the telephont
numbers of the Bulletin office. 1
$2.50 SHOE SALE
$3. so )
LOT NO. 1
.85 Pairs Pumps
, arid' Ankld
Made oi.Patent Colt; others
of Brown Suede. Light turn
or extension soles; ribbon tie
and buckle etlects; plain dress
toes; French or Cuban heels.
LAIRD SCH0BER COMPANY
and E. P. REED & CO. make.
$4 TO ?5.50 VALUES
. Sale $2.50
LOT NO. 2
Some of Patent Kid; ot'.iers
of fine Vici Kid. Hand turn,
or welted extension soles;
French and leather heals. i
variety of toe shapes to. clioos s
Arom. Mostly LAIRD SCHfj.
BER & CO. make.
REGULAR $5 TO 'B VALUI 3
We will have on sale
700 pairs of short lines
of fine shoes at extraor
dinary reductions, in
cluding LAIRD SCHO
BER & CO., WICHERT
& GARDNER, E. P.
REED & CO. and other
high-grade makes. The
styles are correct in
every respect. Ribbon
Ties, Ankle Straps; one
and two - eyelet Ties
and Pump effects.
We have all sizes
and widths in the en
tire lot,' but not al
ways of each Individual
style. However, there
j an endless variety of
UVs shapes and styles
to choose from. It will
pa you to attend this
sale and secure two or
more- pairs at this price
before1 the sires be
come more broken.
A saving of $1 to
$3.50 per pair.
Sale will Coninu2
All Next WeeK
LOT NO. 3
rf. X V "
'4i3 .fairs ,rl
Women s Uress
Choice of Patent Colt or
fine Vici Kid; others of Qnri
(Metal. Blucher, Ribbon Ties !
and One and Two-eyelet ef
fects. French, Cuban and ,
Military heels. A variety of
toe shapes to choose from.
Suitable fcr dress or street
Iwear. LAIRD SCH0BER and '
E. P. HEED & CO. make.
$3.50, $4 AND $5 VALUES ,
LOT NO. 4
Tan Low Shoes '
Oxfords, Sailor Ties, Ankle
Straps and Pump effects, made '
of our imported Russia leath
ts, Suede and Brown Vici Kid;
some with light turn, others
with welted extension soles.
Al new late toe shapes to
choose from. LAIRD SCHO- .
BER. WICHERT & GARDNER
and E. P. REED & CO. make.
$4, $4 50, $5 AND $5.50
' Sale $2.50
Manufacturers' Shoe Co., Limited
1051 Tort Street
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