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EVENING nUUXTIN, H0N0MJM7. T U . WEDNESDAY. AI'O. 1ft, 1910
Snatypy Items for Busy Shoppers
,,,,.,, NEW TRIMMINGS PER S. S: LURJ.INE
Persian Colors and Design, on silk and net will be ex
. tehslvely used this fall. We have a fine new assortment.
HAND-BAGS' In Home-back Alligator and Russian,
lined with Seal; also, a choice line in moderate priced
goods, from $1.50 up.
A 'GOOD SHIRT-WAIST FOR $1 While striped Madras
Waists, in a variety of patterns and all sizes., well tailored
and finished. Special, $1 each, while they last.
BUTTERIGK PATTERNS Used by ladles who insist on
accuracy and style.
AUTOMOBILE VEIIS Another consignment of our
$2.75 quality has just come to hand. The colors include
' two. pretty shades of Champagne; also, some of the latest
veilings In Spider-Web effects.
LUXURY SILK Anew wnsh fabric in silk cfTcct, 34
inches, wide, in all the newest shades. This is splendid
value at 25c per yard.
PILLOW-CASE AND ART LINEN.
ONYX HOSIERY The well-known Onyx Hosiery, in
Cotton, Silk and Lisle.
PEQUOT A large shipment of the Pcquot Sheets and
Sheeting is now being unpacked. We arc well stocked in
all widths and sizes at the old price.
Sachs' Dry Goods Co.
Corner Fort and Beretania Streets Opposite Fire Station
1 Leave Hawaii Promotion Committee Headquarters
MONDAY," WEDNESDAY and FRIDAY 10:30 a. m., Pall; 3 p. m.,
Moanalua xr Punchbowl.
TUESDAY, THURSDAY and SATURDAY 10:30 a. m., around
Diamond Head; 3 p. m., Pali.
SUNDAY 10:30 a. m., Pali; 3 p. m around Diamond Head.
CHARGE PER PASSENGER, $1
Cars can be hired for special occasions, $5 per hour. For par
Hawaii Promotion. Committee
Honolulu Power Wagon Co., Owners. Office and Garage, South
Street. Near King
Trouble Is Now Brewing
III n 1 1 e 1 1 n Correspondence.)
II1I.O, Aug H. All Interesting stnto
of affairs exists up In thu Kallmann
illslrkt wheru the possession of n
building which does or does not lie
long lo J. i:. nnmallclson lias caused
nil kinds of complications. As mat
ters now stand a Jnpanese, named
llnmamura claims that the building
belongs to 111 m, ami wants to tear it
down, while, on the other linnil damn
llclson. It Is understood, claims that
the building stands on land leaned
hy hi in from the Territory, nnd that
It ran not lie touched. Whether Oama.
Hclson, claims tliut the building be
longs Jo the Territory or to himself
does not nppetir plain.
The hlrtory of tho rami Is quite In
volved. It nppears Hint (inmallclson
lind two pieces of property In Kan
ninna. Onn plcto belonged to him In
fee simple, while thu otlior he held
under a leane from the government.
Sotnct years ngo he mortgaged a build
ing standing; on his own property to
the II Mo Mercantile Company, which
a while ngo foreclosed thu mortgngc,
and tit the sale which followed Ila
inaimirn bought the building which
was to creel by the mortgage.
In the mean time-It appears that
the building which stood on dama
llctson's own land, has taken unto It
self wings nnd has sought pastures
new. Onn side claims that (lamallel
Hon moved It down to his leased land,
nnd that tho building now standing
there Is the same which Is described
In the mortgage -It appears that some,
time, ago (Ininnllelson Informed the
.Attorney General that thero was rea-
The Second Week of Our
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Sacrifice Clearance Sale
Will Begin Monday, Aug. 8
OUR GREAT SACRIFICE CLEARANCE
SALE is the talk of the town. Through
every department articles are marked at HALF
and some at LESS THAN HALF of their former
prices, offering, rare opportunity to purchase at
. little cost a supply of GOOD DRY GOODS.
You have seen many dry goods clearance
sales. You have seen odds and ends that were
offered you. You have noted the left behinds
the dry goods that were in vogue several
seasons ago. You must not compare such fabrics
with our offerings, for these are all
The huge reductions speak for themselves. The
opportunity is now.
COME ONE COME ALL COME EARLY
t Fort Street, opposite Catholic Church
sou lo believe that the building stand
ing on the Territorial land would be
talceii nwas. mid llio Attorney Oen
rriil prompll) Inhumed the 1 1 Ho Mer
rantllo Co. that It was Territorial pro
perty and must not be removed. In
reply the statement wns made that
the building in (mention wns the saini
ng that which had been covered by
tho mortgage, only that It had shifted
Its habitat, and the Territory then
withdrew Its lalm.
Matters came to n head lait Thurs
day when llnmamura went up to Kau-
mana to rcmoc the building which
he claimed as his by virtue of the
foreclosure, (lamallelson met him,
and Informed him that he was very
much mistaken ami advised him to
leave the building alone. Ilnmamiirn
returned nnd sought legal ndvlce. Ik
was advised to go ahead nnd take
the building, nrohow, nud on I'jlday
morning he man lied up to Kallmann
nt the head of n force of workmen
Hut nt the scene of bittle n surprise
awaited llnmamura 'There were two
policemen on the spot, who command
ed Ilamumurn to leave the building
nlone. They nbeecl. The presence of
the officers has been explained by the
statement that Caniulletson called for
pollco protection stating that there
was' likelihood of trouble nt his place,
but without spc Ifylng tho nature of
the trouble They were later on with
drawn by the Sheriff.
The question now remains where
is the original building?" Gamaliel
son Is not telling. It Is his isisltion
that that is for the other side to II nd
out. It may be lost strnyed or stolen,
or may have vanished In thin air ns
far as lie is concerned lie does claim
however, that the building on the leas
eel land Is not the building which was
mortgaged. The other side 'claims
Hint tho building now standing on
tho leased land Is the same ns that
which was formerly on the property
owned by (lamallelson In fee simple,
nnd that it has merely been moied.
(Continued from Pace 1)
tho Hoard of Tnulo sent the tlnvern
or the following wireless message;'
"Wharf proposition! not discussed
Vlnslow public meeting. Hold II
tense until llllo business Interests
hnve a hearing. Public meeting will
bo called August sixth.
"To Governor Trenr, from E. K.
"Hllo, August 3, 1910."
To this the following reply was
"1 suggest that public meeting aft
er full discussions appoint commit
tee to confer with Hovornmeiit on
wharf mattors." Letter follows.
"To K. K. Hlchnrds, from timernor
"Honolulu, August G, 1910."
In the meantime Mr. Thurston and
his start were busy circulating peti
tions, asking for the grunting of the
proposed license, mid met with great
success, securing n large number of
The Mass Meeting.
The meeting was called to order
by Klchurds, who was chosen to bo
chairman. II. Vicars was elected
secretary. Hlchnrds stated what was
tho object of the meeting. Ho add
ed that ho hail been nsked by tho
Governor to call a public meeting
nnd read the wireless messages
William .McKay said that In order
to start the matter hu would offer
thu following resolution:
"That this meeting of citizens ro
iiieit the Governor to sign tho tense
for the proposed wharf, to tho llllo
It It Co., provided Hint ndeiiuuta
iruUlon Is made fur u public np
piouch other than n railroad ap
pio.uli, and that tho rights of tho
public In the matters of ingress,
egress and tariff bo specifically safe.
Ill support of this motion McKay
made a statement, In part as fol
"In support of this motion nud to
clear away serious misunderstand
lug, I want to suy that to tho best
of my knowledge thero Is no oppo
sition presented to thu proponed
wharf 4lenso. Thu opposition Is en
tirel) against thu conditions of such
"The proposition is to build a
whaif, over which it is expected that
most of tho overseas commerce of
this port will puss, mill also some
of (lie local, commerce.
'The license for such wharf pro
vides for only railroad approaches,
and no provision Is mnclo for other
than railroad approaches, the mani
fest Intention being to bar all pos
slble competitors from doing busi
ness mi the wharf.
"The threat has often been made,
by the railroad officials hero that all
vehicular traffic, on their present
wharf would be slopped, as thu rail
road provided sufficient, means of
tiauspoitatloii by their cars, etc. It
this threat becomes a indltloi), tho
llllo public will certainly be in the
hands of n corpoiate monopoly, mid
bear In mind that tho Individuals
in chui'Co of that monopoly may
Correct Clothes for Men
Tris not a difficult matter to interest
-- careful dressing men and yorn3
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 tlS
critical men and young men the work
over and their quality is an absolutely
known quantity which over a third ol
a century of experience has made ex
tremely high. '
Prices from $20 to $30
change, hut the power still remains
with someone, perhnps, who 'knew
"It bus been said that this wharf
matter has been publicly discussed
1111 llllo before this week. This Is
nut true. All this community knew
wiih that it was Intended In build n
wharf. Conditions wuru not mud?
public, although tho license has beer
III existence since nt least the hu
ginning of July. That may not be
keeping it sub rosa, but it looks t.i
be on n par with the effort niiido
to saddle this Territory with tho
paMucnt of the bonded Interest of
th railroads of this Territory, the
principle of which seems to be. Keep
things quiet until It Is too Into to
"It Is ntso stilled' that vessels nru
delayed hero more than ,nt othor
porta of the Terrltorj. ThlB Is not
a fact. Hatch ior hatch nnd hour
for hour, dispatch Is equally ns good
hero us It Is In Honolulu. Wo do
not, however, work gangs continu
ously nights and Sundays. Further,
vessels ure discharged nnd loaded nt
this port more cheaply than at any
other port of thu Territory, with
out exception. Tills is not merely mi
assertion, but Is a fact capublo of
In answer to a question by llio
chairman If thero wero nuythliig fur
ther to )o sa,ld on tho motion, J, A.
Hcott triok" tho Hour.
"I heartily favor Mr. McKay's mo
tion," said Scot "I inn In fuvor nt
granting nil possible facilities for
tha building of tho wharf, provided
u clause Is Inserted providing for tho
construction of n public npproa h,
(Continued on Page G)'
LAST WEEK of our '
Dunne this week our great sale proved so successful that we
decided to continue it for another week. Tho householders of Hon
took advantage of our generous offer in allowing them goods at i
tions varying from 20 to 50" off ordinary rates, and as we stillK
number of bartrains left in all lines, we would advise ihoi whn win
nccu 01 nuuscnoiu lurnuure wiimn me next lew months to availj
seives oi tins opportunity.
Metal & Brass Beds
Former . Sale
$ 5.00 Metal S 3.50
$22.00 Golden Oak $10.50
Thero will not lie a change of pro
gram tomorrow night nt tho Now Or
plieum; tho present double bill of itu
clevllle nnd farce comedy being of suf
Helen! strength to hold the boards to
crowded houses for the balance of the
week. Umiyen and (lldcou havo rap
t u rod tho town with their novel sing
ing and piano playing nit while
Maude Ilockwell, Olga Stc-ih and Carl
ton Chnso easily carry "off honors In
the remaining portion of the program
"You're the Fellow That's llcen Itun
nlng After Me" which M6S llunyea
features Is one of the latest snug hits
on tho mainland. "At Half-just Six"
Is another one of Rldeon's own com
positions which is going well here.
Tho present bill at tho New Orplieuin
Is one of thu bust'seoii III Honolulu
for feonlci time.
$14.00 Golden Oak.
21.00 " " .
25.00 ' " .
3G.00 " " .
.08.00 " " .
35.00 Bird's-Eye. . .
28.00 Weathered Oak 10.00
Our rermlar stock nf NntHnndinnit
Cables. Irish Points nnd Brussels, in
wnue ana Arabian, at
25 per cent discount
Odd Pairs Half Price
$11.00 dolden Oak.
14.50 " " .
27.00 " ",
35,00 " " .
50,00 Mahogany. ..
$1000 worth of FRAME!
TURES, in Prints, Etchings
nnd Oils, ranging in price fg
to $20, all go at 50 DISC0U
J. HOPP & CO., LI
The House of Quality 185 King!
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