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EVENlNd BULLETIN, I10.N0l.Ul.tr, T II, TIll'ItaDAV, AUO. 4, 1910.
This week wc arc showing a choice line of Jtediprcads,
Turkish Towels, Linen and Cotton Towels, comprising:
FHINOED TURKISH TOWELS At 90c, $1.50, $2.75,
$5 and $5.50 per dozen.
HEMMED TURKISH TOWELS At $2, $3, $4 and $4.50
HEMMED COTTOH TOWELS At $1.50, $2.25 and $2,75
HEMMED AND HEMSTITCHED LINEN TOWELS In
Huckabaok, Plain and Damask, all excellent values, at $3,
$3.50, $3.75, $4.50, $6.50, $7.50 and $10.50 per dozen.
WHITE BEDSPREADS In all sizes and qualities.
$1.25, $2, $2.50, $3. $3.50, $4, $4.50, $5 and $7.50 each.
Wc allow a special discount on there prices to Hotels
and Boarding Houses.
Sachs' Dry Goods Co.
Corner Fort ami Bcrctania Streets Opposite Tire Station
Leave Hawaii Promotion Committee Headquarters
MONDAY. WEDNESDAY and FRIDAY 10:30 a. m Pall; 3 p. m .
Moanalua or Punchbowl.
TUESDAY, THURSDAY aud SATURDAY 10:30 a. m., around
Diamond Head; 3 p. m Pali.
SUNDAY 10:30 a. m., Pali; 3 p. m.. around Diamond Head.
CHAROE PER PASSENGER, $1
Cars can be hired for special occasions, $5 per hour. For par.
Hawaii Promotion Committee
Honolulu Power Wagon Co., Owncis. Office and Oarage, South
Street. Near King
JOHNSON'S FOOT SOAP
WILL BRING A MINT OF COMFORT TO THE MAN WITH
Benson, Smith & Co.,
FORT AND HOTEL STREETS
Go ye therefore into the land
of Kaimuki, and say thou unto
Mr. Pessimist that I shall buy a
lot and profit thereby, and upon
that lot shall I build a house, and
in that house shall I dwell, high
above the sea, and enjoy the Koko
Head breeze forever more.
Kaimuki Land Co., Ltd.
For Four Weeks on
Complete Hat Stock
, 1028 Nuuanu St
Men Who Wear Pongee and Flannel Suits
Will Be Satisfied With Our Cleaning
FRENCH LAUNDRY j. abadie, Prop 777 KING
$1 a Year
Russian. Alleged To Have
Sold Daughter Into
Sovtrnl atresia hae been mado In
Mnul ah a result of the Investigations
of United Stale Attorney rtreeknnn
there recently mill thin morning ons
horcan Kim oimg 81k wan glicn n
hearing- before Commissioner .lurid
and lwtinil oer tor the flrnnri Jury
The wholo matter In concerned with
Teodoro Kollsiilohencko and his
daughter Marin, whom hu mild (or Im
moral purposes, both of whom have
been arrested nn Maul upon wireless
Instructions of Marshal Hendry.
Tile Korean bound mtr thin mom
Ing took the girl for a time and the
charge ugalnst him in concealing an
alien woman for Immoral purposes.
Ho can be lined $5000 and Imprison
ed for two jcars should ho bo found
guilty upon trial.
Saknl, a Japanese, hint hIho been
arrested on Instructions of thu Mar
shal by wireless ns ho had the girl
for Immoral purposes for a tlmo and
two deputies will leave tomorrow
nioriilrg fiom the Marshal's odlcu to
bring the three here for nil lncstlga
(Ion nmt hearing before United States
The fulher of the sixteen )enr old
slrl In held on Inn rouulM and should
ho be found guilty l the court It
wll go hard with him.
The nricsts mado tills morning are
a result o( the examination of two
wllnesFCS who tcstlflcd tn tho man
uer In which tho oung girl had been
passed on from one person to on
It Is reported that her father was
to have lecehed $500 for her from
the Korean who Is now held for tho
action of tho Grand Jury but that
tho Korean changcd'hls mind nnd so
tho girl was passed on to tho Japan
ese. Tho prisoners will arrUo hero Sat
urday morning and will probably bo
given a hearing at oucc.
F.our Russian Trouble
Makers -Are Now
This morning at sccn o'clock the
Russians VaBlllcff, Kitrnob, DHoff and
Suorbclv wero rclensed from the
County prison, whero thoy hao been
son Ing a three months' sontence on
a chnrgo of vagrancy. Tho men had
costs to pay also and tho money to
tho amount of 14 was sent In last
night to tho Jail by friends of tho
men who some months ago wero so
icthe In the riot at the police stu
Jailer Asch gave the men simo
tood ndvlco boloio they wero releas'
d this .morning, and ho told Vaslllcff
hat tho best thing ho could do would
'ju to get -work and stick to It, Thuro
ippears to bo very little hopo that
tho Itusslan will do this, however,
md as Sheriff Jarrctt will stand for
ho looting around tho town. It Is pro
bable that AbcIi will sco some morb of
'ho "leader" before ho Icutes the
One other Itusslan was turned loose
this morning, but tho cause of his
Imprisonment wus threatening lungu
go towards his wlfo, lie. too, sened
three months In Jail and went off
with Vusllleft towards the Iwllel camp
as soon as released
Figured , In Imaginary
Did Alford I"lndle Thajcr. ort
uhlle f oi ester, author newspaperman,
autolst, clubman specialist and
bon volant' who left Honolulu
the first of the tar and startled the
tranquil and placid business comtnun
Ity of Manila b) stirring ur the real
estato barons, meet Waltei Dllllng
limn at Hongkong. China, but a few
weeks ago as be Is reported as doing
through tho columns of thu Manila
Times? If so, then Mr Dillingham
who has been tittendlng to tho regular
routine of business at Honolulu all
this tlmo would like cry muclt to
got u lino on his "double "
Dillingham returned (rum his lion
cymoon somu mouths ugu and has
reninlnn ilat Honolulu ever since.
In tho meantime Thaer Is enga?
cd In thu laudable occupation of Inn
tliug the otherwise sluggish K.ist nnd
IhiMkiiIiiIIv ntlermillni? to secure oil
tluus upon lafgo cliunkB o( Philippine
ml stutn that niluht be considered
suitable for the cultivation of nugir
If Thayer met and held a "conicr
enco"' with Waller DlllliiRham or ccu
nn mcjnbor of the Dillingham fain?
Ily within the confines of the clt Vif
Victoria on the Island of Hongkong,
then, tho (onmr dlsclplo or I'luchot.
writer of fiction ami assistant to the
census bureau must l.uo hold Iiteli
conclnvo with a member of the Dil
lingham Interests In the spfrlt and
not In tho fUsh.
Mr Dillingham appears quite liosl
ttve that ho has not mado any II) Ing
trips to the Tar Kusl or Hongkong
within tho past few weeks. Hut, bo
that ns It may. let tho Manila Times
talo sufflco. what might have happen
ed had Thayer and Dillingham have
really met on tho rock) and preclpl
tiinus slopes of the Island of Hong
The Times of July Bill saa:
"Ab tho result of a conierenco at
itnnckonir between Mr. Dlllillgbaill
of Honolulu and Mr. Thayer, whojbns
been here for some tlmo representing
the, Dilllnghams, It Is understood that
the. purchase. f tho (Jiplainba estate
will liaHumyiM wh. bit 'flt-gotla-
IIOIIR, FllUllllCieil IICJU "JT mi. miij-i.
il... fill,,....V.oia futlr n lnnuo U ll ll
right tj1,P'15$!,nKp. ,,f M yaJnml''1
i.stntn. .and it .was tho Intention to
shortly concludo tho purchase. ,Con-
nnt. unm nntnrn.l ttltft flir tl Ctlllstd-
eruMe amount of adjoln'ng proper!)
anri.lt was tho inteniic i " ji-
llngbam company to b . go
modern sugar plantation uiu n
modern sugar mill.
The objections mado at Washing
inn tu tho sale 111 blocks of portions
of tho frlarlonds halted tho negotia
tions und for a tlmo there was u pos
sibility thut tho comp-iny would ubun
don tho deal und withdraw entirely
from tho country. There was extend
ed discussion at Washington but no
action that would lu any wa Inter
fere with tho trunsactlon was taken
It Is understood that counsel for
thu Dillingham , Interests exnnilui.1l
tho transaction and gavo them the
opnlon that they could proceed with
out dllllcully. Thu ) oungcr Mr Dll
llnghum has bi.'ii on tour of liu
woild, und Mr, Thu)cr. local repie
m, iiiv,.. lolnud hi in at Hongkong
secrul da s ugo. They conferred ou
thu proposition Und It Is understood
that they huvo decided to proceed
with their original plans.
The deul Is u highly lmiortaut onu
fur tho I'hlllpplneB because It means
tho uxpcndltuio iir a lurgo sum o( mo
ney, tho emplo)inent of u great num
ber o( men und much (or tho develop
ment o( tho sugar Industry ot thu
Judge Andrado guvu u decision thl
- In Mm llrnun IliallclOUS 111
lliuiiuub i" "" -'-
Jury casu thut uroso through tho Ue
tendunt pullliiB down n slgu board
thut Dals, anothor resident oi ui
aw a had erected on Mb own land
ii,..,,.., una Hnuil II and costs aud thu
mutter will probably go up to the
higher court for final BCiucinem
(Continued from Face 1)
duct who want uubobced politics In
"I urn told that Andrews lias mane
such n threat," Bald one of tho Ma-
noa Hepubllcuns thla morning, "ami
I urn nlsu told that ho charges im
with trying to disrupt tho Itepubli--an
parly so he would huvT) us all
brought to time by Aloaxndcr &
"I don't think Mauoa can lie
iw-uiig by cither a threat or piom
Iso from Andrews, nor by Alexnndor
I llaldwlu, if that powerful commor
lal organization takes tho side of
i.l)o' Andrews political game.
"There are some with whom An
drews has been conferring who want
io (ompromlse so that Andrews can
save tils political neck, and I hae
been told h Is ready tu throw lluf
falidenu overhoaid i( ho Is allowed
(o Btay ou the business men's tlckot
of our prednct. Audiews showed hll
hand hi tho II iht predmt election,
.mil wo Intend to fight, hernuso wo
A rhurt clrculud electric light wire
caused n crowd to gather at tho cor
ner ot r.nuua and lleretanla Btreeta
lust night. "'"' ns "l0 "oollcn 1",1
had caught tiro, tho chemical engine
from the lire station turned uut and
extinguished tho blaze
M u t H " " " " "
i r,w Mm kind of politics An
drews stands for. and we warn. "-.-
Another Munoa Ilepuhllcaii ututcd
this morning, "We shall "over com.
promise with Urrln Andrews. The
polltluil Jobwnrk that Andrews dll
In our preclnit hus disgusted as well
us surprised the pcop o of our pro
duct, nnd Andrews' attempt to
Shanghai tho Ilapubll u organlza.
tlon In the Manoa precinct won't
"Andruws will bo defeated In hU
own precinct, unless he fees it com.
Ing und niQVes out. He plu)cd hi'
pollie-prolected-pug ugly polities at
lino pieiliirl mi-ellug, :iy,'l thl
shanghnl liusliioim has got lo'go. '
Correct Clothes for Men
TT is not a difficult matter to interest
careful dressing men and young
men in BENJAMIN CLOTHES every
where in this country. They're known
as the best styled garments which it is
possible to obtain.
are made in New York by the most
gifted tailors in the world. Their grace
and good form is recognized by the
critical men and young men the world
I yjk i over and their quality is an absolutely
f V known quantity which over a third of
BflJMnCl2ih a century of experience has made ex
tremely high. j
isa Ka f ! -1
Prices from $20 to $35
rr r T r JK r M
I NOTHING SO GOOD
IF A BURROUGHS ADDING MACHINE WAS NOT RELIABLE,
'TWO-THIRDS OF ALL OF THE BANKS IN -THE UNITED
STATES WOULD NOT HAVE IT IN OPERATION. IF THE MA
CHINE WAS NOT TO BE DEPENDED UPON FOR ACCURACY,
IT WOULD NOT BE A PART OF THE OFFICE EQUIPMENT OF SO
MANY OF THE BUSINESS HOUSES OF HONOLULU AND ELSEWHERE.
THE BURROUGHS IS CLOSELY RELATED TO THE NATIONAL
CASH REGISTER AS AN OFFICE HELP. ITS MISSION DD7FERS
SLIGHTLY, FOR WHERE THE, FORMER IS A TIME-SAVER, THE
LATTER IS A MONEY-SAVER IN THE HANDLING OF CASH. AD
DITI0NS ARE AS SIMPLE AS A-B-C WITH A BURROUOHS. THEY
REQUIRE NO CHECKING; NO GOING OVER TO SEE IF THEY ARE
CORRECT, FOR WHEN IT GETS THROUGH A COLUMN, NO MATTER
THE DIMENSIONS, ONE MAY DEPEND UPON THE CORRECTNESS
OF THE WORK.
THE NATIONAL CASH REGISTER TRACTI0ALLY ELIMINATES
DANGER OF MISTAKES IN MAKING CHANOE. IF THE CASH IS
SHORT OR OVER AT THE CLOSE OF THE DAY, THE RECORDS
MADE BY THE INDIVIDUAL ENTRIES TELL WHO MADE THE MIS.
TAKE, AND WHEN.
THERE IS VERY LITTLE CHANCE TOR A BURROUGHS OR A
NATIONAL TO GET OUT OF ORDER, SHOULD EITHER FAIL IN ITS
DUTY. WE HAVE AN EXPERT WHO WILL GIVE THE MACHINE IM
MEDIATE ATTENTION, AND THERE WILL BE NO LOSS OF TIME,
NO NECESSITY FOR GOING BACK TO THE OLDER AND "UNSAFE
METHODS. WE WOULD LIKE TO TALK OVER THE ADVANTAGES
OF THESE PARTICULAR MACHINES WITH ANYONE INTERESTED.
The Waterhouse Co.,
REPAIR AND DISPLAY ROOMS QUEEN, NEAR NUUANU STREET
OFFICE IN JUDD BUILDING
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