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evening nm.t.KTiN, honomjlc, rr- ". hiiday, Afo. in, into.
Shop Early Saturday
We Close at 1 p.m.
Our SATURDAY SPECIALS will afford Golden Oppor
tunitics to Economize. They are every-day necessities at
COTTON COVERT CLOTH Suitable for RidinB and
Tramping Skirts; in Grey and Brown Mixtures. 20c a yard,
special 12'gO a yard.
SILK NET 'GLOVES For the warm days; in Black,
White, Pongee and Grey. C5o a pair, special 50c.
ALU WOOL CHALL1ES In floral designs and silk
stripes; two qualities. 75o a yard, special 55c; COc a yard,
3G-INCH PERCALESt-A line of our regular 12y2c
stock we will clear at 12 yards for $1.
WHITE GRASS LINEN' SQUARES Hand embroidered
in Blue.- slightly soiled. Size 34x34: regular $4.50, special
?2.75; size 27x27, regular $3, special $2.25.
WHITE NORMANDY LACES and Insertions to match
Laces 3 to 5 inches wide; Insertions 1 to 2 inches wide.
Regular 15o a yard, special 5c a yard.
Sachs' Dry Goods Co., Ltd.,
Corner Fort and Beretnnia Streets Opposite Fire Station
WILL HOLD GOOD
MUCH TO AMERICA
Quotation on New and Old Beets
Looks Good Java's Sugar Not
in Demand by American Re
nnets. Vlllett & dray's Sugar Trade
Journal for August 4 reports on the
raw sugar market as given below,
One of the most significant state
ments Is the quotation for new crop
ibeetB, October - December delivery.
j that shows oveiy lnCntlim of a
. Go ye therefore into the land
of Kaimuki, and gay 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.
The ideal non-grcasc, non
Makes copies as clear as
Hawaiian News Co.,
Alexander Young Building
,- Office Supply Co.,
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i ' GLOBE-WERNICKE FILING CABI-
NETS and BOOKCASES,
GENERAL OFFICE STATIONERY.
031 FORT STREET
'REAL ESTAT.E, ' TRANSACTIONS.
Entered" for Record August 18, foiO.
? 'From 10:30 a. m. to 4 p. m.
'KstaUof'S U Wilder Ltd to Ket
i On 'Fill ICon Socy . ..Ue Us,
Ket On Till Kou Socy to Wll
' llnm It Castle, tr M r I
.Territory of Hawaii to Iliiwn Ir-
I rlgatlon Co Ltd Orant
A II Dundcro et ul to Manuel M
iA II Dondcro ct ul to Inils l'l
i: Colt Ilobion and wf to I .mil
Ho Shoo D
! John llronil to Trs Est of YV C
l.unalllo Addl Clige
I.um Ho Shee and lint) to 12 Colt
lloliron , M
Entered for Record August 19, 1910.
From 9 a. m. to 10:30 a. m.
Sera, N Sherman to Wong Cht-e.,C M
V i: TlioniiKoii, tr, to l.tiurit V
Illley ,. 1)
I .a lira V ltlluy nnd lisb to II
Waterhouso Trust Co Itd,
K Ynmiimoto to Yokoluima Spe
cie Hank Ltd CM
Manuel Aiidrude and wf et ul to
II V Lewis, tr D
flenrgo 8 WellB to I'arkar K Cum.
mlngs et at ,...,., I'ar ltel
William O CumniliiKS and wf et
nil to Kvu M ilslser D
Subicribe for the CALL, 0HR0NI
CLE or EXAMINER, and get the
news of the world,
WALL, NICHOLS CO., LTD., Agents
'Tor Sale" cards at Uulletln..
WITHIN the last few day twenty
four stenmcrs on the Atlantic Coast
hoo contracted fen the Installation of
wireless apparatus. The "United Wire
less Company has Just cloried a con
tract with tho Morchunts and Miners'
TruniortHlliii Company for the In
stallation (if Iho system on their
stvumci's Juniata and Mcrrlmuc, and
twenty other Ncssnlf, of this fleet nro
to lit? similarly equipped without delay
good price for sugar being maintain
ed thioiighout next Reason:
Total stock of Europe and Amer.
Ira, l,Sfit,197 tons, against 1,880,
8.K tons Inst jeaV nt the same un
even dates. The decrease of slock Is
22.G39 tons, ngnlnst n deerenso of
fid.ODfl last week. Total stocks and
nfloats together show a visible sup
ply of 2,0 18,197 tons, ngalust 2,-
I1R.83C tons last car, or n dc
crease of 68,113!) tons.
When It Is considered that two of
tho largest refineries In Now York
continued closed In consequence of
Inbor troubles, thus ninterlnlly re
diHng the demand, the raw sugar
market has done well to remain
steady throughout this week.
A fair volume of business has been
done at current quotations of 3c
c. & f. for Culms, nnd I 3Gc. landed
for I'orto Ulcus, Including prompt
shipment nnd bocoikI half August
i clearance to Now York, and part for
Iloston; during the early part of the
week tho sales were mailo prhntely.
Some holders think they will do
better by waiting for the expected
Increased demand after tho striko Is
settled, and they tuny not he disap
pointed. I ItecclptB nt tho United States four
ports for the week were heavy, fifi.-
,311 tons, but will probably be small-
jcr next week, whllo melting (46,
000) keep up pretty wall notwith
standing the strike,
I The receipts In Cuba continue
I rather larger than last year's, nnd
jtho weather there Is fnvorablo for
.the next crop.
Our usual cables giving total Cu-
ibnn production to end of July, and
exports from Java for month of July,
have not yet been received.
Javas nro not freely ottered, nnd
those oMalnablo are wanted more In
Europe than In America; n bid of
I l-2d. "floating' landing" (equal
to 13s. 7 l-2d. c. & f. to New York,
ma f -? ttA ln..l.t.l HM. ... n ! ft ! TT.. It-
Ill l.l't, Miiiuvii n.iD lliuuv uj unit
ed Kingdom buyers, and was refused
for a cargo shipped first half July.
The American rentiers nro not In
terested In Jnvas at present, as they
I). can buy Cuban sugars and carry
thorn moro cheaply, until tho time
when Javas ran nrrlve,
In rcsixinse to our special Inquiry,
wo hno tixlny received cable nd
vlca from Ilatuvlu that India will
probably Import this year more sng.
nr from Java thnn last year, not
withstanding the Increase In tho
sugar crop of India. Java mnkss u
grndo of sugar specially suited to the
wants of India, tho trade In which
Is growing rapidly.
Ah Hongkong must also draw on
Java mure heavily than formerly to
lepln'e the Philippine sugars now
unavailable for that port, It Is evi
dent that the shipments from Java
to Kuriipe nnd to America this year
will bo (onsldarnbly reduced,
Our special eable advices received
today show largo shipments (20,000
loin) from tho Philippines to tho
United Stntes during July.
Kumpean markets are 1 l-2d. low
er for cane sugars, but 3d, higher
for speculative, beet sugar, August
delivery, being quoted at 1 Is.
U l-4d. f, o. b., Hamburg, the par
ity pt 5.19c. for rentrlfugnls nt Now
York. September beot Is quoted 'at
13s. 11 l-1d'., the parity of 4.97o,
for centrifugals, which looks low to
romo people compured with August,
but It Is really full up, being a-Id.
higher than the quotation by mall,
During September the old beet crop
merges Into tho new crop, tho bal-
Last Three Days-Men's $3.00 Shoe Sale
Though the sizes are somewhat broken after the heavy
selling of past few days many of the best styles and
sizes are still here. It will pay you to step in
and try to be fitted. $4, $4.50, and $5 values
in Men's High. Grade Shoes at $3.00
MAWTJFACTURERS' SHOE CO., LTD.
Taking Lydla E. Pinkham's
Columbus, dlilo. "I have taken
T.ydln E. l'inkhnm's Vegetable Com-
pouna a u r l n g
change, of life. My
doctor told me It
v as good, and since
taking It I feel so
much better that I
can do nil my work
air.iln. I think
I.ydla K. ltakham't
pound a lino remedy
for a 1 1 woman's
troubles, and I
never forirct to tell
my friends nhat it hasdono for me."
Airs. K. Hanson, 804 Last I,ong St.,
Another Woman Helped.
Qraultevllle, Vt. I was passing
through the Changeof Llfentul suffered
from nervousness nnd other cnuoIug
symptoms. Lydla K, l'lnkharh's Vege
table Compound restored inynealtliaml
strength, and proved north mountains
of gold to me. For the sake of other
suffering women I am willing ou
should publish my letter." Mus.
CltAiti.r.s lHncLAY, It.l'.D., Granite
Women who are passing through this
critical period or who aro suffering
from any of those distressing ills pe
culiar to their sex should not lose sight
of tho fact that for thirty )esrs I,)dla
12. 1'lnkhnra's Vegetable Compound,
which is made from roots and herbs,
lias been tho standard remedy foi
female ills. Iu almost every commu
nity you will find womon who h.-nc
been restored to health by Lydla K
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound.
nnco of tho old and first production
of the new crop being available dur
ing that month.
New crop beot for October-December
delivery Is quoted 3-4d. higher
for tho week nt 11b 7 l-2d., tho par
ity of 4.40c. for centrifugals, and
this should ho taken as nu Index of
values two or three mouths hcuce.
Reports of tho new European beet
crops nro generally faornblo, excopt
In Trance, whero tho roots suffered
from too much rain during July, but
somo Improvement thero has rccout.
ly been noted. We glvo elsewhoro
statement of preliminary tests of tho
growing ucotg taken In uormany,
showing a hotter condition than nt
samo tlmo last year, but not up to
that of two ycarmugo,
CM TO TOWN
(Continued from Pace 1.)
travelers, weighs r.'JG pounds, with
hips SJG Inches in diameter, mote
nbout by the nld of legs 42 Inches In
diameter and 31 Inches of calf. It
takes twonty-two Ihchis of lino to
encircle his good rlgh arm.
Trlxle goes brother n good deul bet
ter when It conies to measurements.
nnd It might bo said In passing that
she proudly displays a generous quan
tity of loreiirm which would take 34
Inches to circle with u tupo measure.
It Is posslblf that these little chil
li I en mny bo Indtici-dMo remain over
at Honolulu. Ah mioii n they cared
upon tho ample girth" displayed by
some of tho lei ladlea sho t lining tho
Alako.i shnrf, Trlxlu turned to
"Ilrother" ami sweetly murmured
"Honolulu for mint) '
The Mukurn Is scheduled to Hull
for Australia pons culling en route nt
running Island and Suvn, nt 10
o'clock this evening The vessel will
take thirty passengers Ironi this port.
John (!. Ilnthwell was uinong' tho
returning p.wengcrH Irom the main
land by tho Makitrn,
A. M. Merrill, the Instructor nt Mills
Collegii, was an nrrltal by the cs-Bel,
Mrs. Antoinette Bkora of New York.
found badly wounded, confessed to the
pollco that Hio hud enlcroil a sulcldo
pact with Ciislmlo Mulnkl, a student.
Inter-Uland and O IL ft I.. Shipping
books for nalo at tho Uulletln
iIDco. Hon ench
Books! Books! Books!
BR0WK 4 LYON CO.. LTD.
Alexander Young Bide.
Rebuilt Remington Visible Writing
A, B. ARLEIGII & CO.
Folding Chairs & Tables
! J. Hopp & Co., Ltd.
Their Own Proofs
Certainly if we can show f
you a line of garments that '
cannot be surpassed in the
market for the price you
will want to see it, won't
you? ' ,,
We've established our '
claims proven to the buying '
public that we have the right
kind of clothing at the Kght
kind of prices. $$
If you are wise in;your
time you will put us to the;
test make us prove it. '
Prices range from $20 to
$32.50 -.-. 5.
1 " jflW m m fta nr sr am &
J -. .'
liUVtKNUR ANGHYPEPARiNfl 1
(Continued from Pace,l)
IncreascMl by leaps and bound Blnce
tho pussngo of the amended Orcnnlc
Act, nnd the rush that has been ex
perienced gave rlso to tho supposi
tion that somethlu-; would hnvo to
bo done. Cither n larger force must
bo employed In the olllca of l.nnd
Commissioner Campbell or .someone
elso niUBt be apKilntecl-)o handle, tho
work were thought the two mealiB
of solving tho dllllculty.
As to tho Oovoruor over saying
anything In regard to taking this
work away from Marston Campbell,
It Is absolutely false, ho bj)b, em
phatically. Another point Is that Campbell
was apponted for four yenrg as land
commissioner, and his fommlsston
has some tlmo still to run.
"1 don't bee how anjouo could
gain nn tmptesslon that I had over
thought In tho most remote manner
that this work would not bo con
tinued by Mr. Campboll," said tho
"In tho ovent that hn should leave
tho Inlands, or something like that
should tome up, r don't Know of any
man who could bo appointed to the
positions ho now holds nnd enrry
tlieni 011 succoistully. Ho combines
tho spcolnl ciiulinratloiiK necesbary
to liaiidln all of theso ihisIIIoiib, nnd
should lie bo cilleil nwny.it would
probubly be nocessnry to have ono
man for lund (ommlssloner nnd an
other for superintendent of' public
"As to his going nwny, however,
thme Is not tho sllghtoit Idea that
ho will go. and as to hteps being
taken nt tire next I.eglalnturo or any
other l.eglshituro that there would
bo a provision of law made In di
vorce tho two positions, that Is all
"The plan of having ono man at
tend to tho work of both these o 111 ecu
has been exceedingly K.itWfattiirj,
and, moreover. It has saved ronsld
inula inonov lo tho Terrltor)," con
eluded the (lovernor.
When Borne women feel the need
of physical exerclsa they go shopping
A woman udds u postscilpt to her
letter In order to get in the Inst wind
1III.O, Aug. in. It Is generally
when our fi lends nro dead that we
begin to co.no to n better reullzn
tlon or the gornl which they may
ha o accomplished whlle-the) were
with us. Now thut .prohibition Is
slumbering In Its iiufeP lltjle. gtne.
wo Unit that tho poor stunted Infunt
reall) manuged to jiccoinpllrh some
good, een though It died so joung
In at least one Instance It did good
without een trying to do so.
The suburb of Wnlakea has for
years past been tho habitat of
thieves, scarlet women and nowspa
per men (although there are, of
course, somo exceedingly nlca people
living there, too), and It has been
regarded as tho main stamping,
ground of the Devil with his at
tendant satellite, the Demon Hum:
Many are tho folk who live thoro
who sow not nnd spin not, and yet
they manage, to occumulato frequent
Jugs which nro a wonder to all be
holders. Thoreforo n short time ago
there was grent Joy nmong tho right
eous when suddenly ninny of tho
shiftless of tho population he?nmo
suddenly seized with an agricultural
zest which was as great as It was
Inexplicable. Men .whose chief mil
bltlon in life had heretofore 'been
to lulculate to n. nicely Just how
little work It would take to accu
mulate tho hard substance where
with to purehaso a gallon of wine,
wore now seen clearing tln giiavu
Ecruh which for curs jiad been al
lowed lo flourish luxuriantly on (heir
holdings. Hoes, pickaxes mid spadeti
wero taken forth from almost forgot
ten recesses, nnd on tho land which
was cleared wits planted a sweet, po
tato nop such ns hail never beuli
teen before In Wnlakea.
Inquiry was made ns to the reason
for this sudden ngrlculturul activity.
nnd It wns explained that tho rea
son thorcfor wub Prohibition.
Tho connection did not seem qulto
plain until tho following explana
tion was made: Tho guzzlers wero
stricken with a great fear that tho
rrohlbltloulsts might win, and that
In the near future all the saloons
riinl liquor houses would be closed,
Bo they planted sweet potatoes Iu
01 dor thut they might have some
thing to make swipes from And so
the sweet potato flourishes In tho
hotiM'lots nt Wnluken. Prohibition
has failed, nnd the planters will not
need to uiuku swIpcB, but tho still
lini their rwoet 'potatoes. J
no marl; umvn another point .10
tho -tcillt of tho deceased. J
. GULF TOURNAMENTS
On Hundny next the Country Club
will hold a two ball foursome, and rhg
libs will close nt ten o'clock nt thoj
ciiiiiiKiiM' mere win no four BiK'ciat
in tecs of golf clubs, mid Iho winner.
can cl.foso which ho prefers.
i or tint next four months u "hw
scorn tournament will bo played, nud
golftrs can go up once or twlro
week nnd keep tho record of their
rounds. Then on December 17, tho.
lesiills will bo tabled, and tho man
wiiu tiie lowest liinrk will. hno nil
Xiiias dinner ns n pilzo. I
This "low Bcoro'1 four months' tour;
nnment, rlioultl uttrajkfljot of tuenc
hcrx. nud It will bo a test of cimslst
eucy which will provi; how llio'ordltd
MIJ IMUM ,iu; n. uttj lilliuiu liu Ulll,
MYRTLE BOAfCLUB ,
DANCE THIS EVENING
This cenlng tho Myrtlo Hoat
Club will hold Its dunce at the
clubhouse, and a most cnjoysblo
tlmo Is looked forward to by nll-th'u
members and their friends. A largo'
number of tickets huvo been (old?
and as tho Moor nud music wIIIj ho
perfect. It is assured that the" oven-'
lug will bo up to the Myrtlo regiilanj
Tho dance will begin at 8 o'clock,
nnd by that tlmo thero should, bo'
u big crowd present. Tho proceeds
of tho dance will iro to fTnnnrn ainokn'
ccjceits aud other functions Inltlisjjl
Lieutenant Hanson will umpire tho
IMiio gamu tomontiw ut Moanalun, anit
h nIicmiM bo hntlsfuctory to bo'.ii'
teams. Hanson Is a biltllaut plHyW
.mil iiionniKiiiy iiniicrsiaiius ilo game,
Ills decision will, doubtless, bu cor?
rect nud ho will bn always, on Iho, sn-ity
to watch tin? lublde play.
Nearly all tho nutoi tohllen Tn-
hae been hired for to'iaro!
the largest crowd of thr-t,...i-o a
IK'cteu to bo present wmn tin -i, fltn
luiten piaco. ,isf
J, eauoriai roonn- r;(S 'jiraP
nets office. The-o aro thn telenr
number of the D u 1 1 at I n otllcV.-ft