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evenino nniXKTiN, noNoujur, t ti rmnY sept ic iaio.
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. Sortie Excellent Showings
Sachs' Popular Store
STENCILED BURLAP For draping and couch coven; in pretty art
patterns; 36 inches wide. 25c a, yard.
SWISS CURTAIN MUSLIN A new line, in spots all sizes and floral
designs. 20c a yard.
A large Hock of MUSLINS. CAMBRIC, INDIAN HEAD, etc., in all
the well-known brands, at popular prices. i ,
J'SUITINQS-rSome fine new grey suitings have just Icenfput into
stock. Ilicy are: in suit lcngths'of cgltt yards and arc just what will be
,,worn during the Tall.
FANCY SILK TOULARDS In handsome designs; all the season's
fat est showing ami only one dress-length of each. They arc nil exclusive
,A new stock of NAINSOOK, HANDKERCHIEF LINEN and LONG
CLOTH, in many qualities.
CREAM HENRIETTA All wool; very handsome; combines the nec
essary warmth with lutrou3 light finish. $1.25 per yard.
NEW MILLINERYL-The cases tontaining our supply for the Fall
Showing arc now being unpacked.
WATCH FOR OUR OPENING
The October DELINEATOR i now on sale. Ring up our new
phone number 1105.
Sachs' Dry Goods Co., Ltd.,
Comer Fort and BcretanLa Streets
Opposite Fire Station
Deliberations of Land Board
. ' Had Sleepy Effect.
MEMBER TRENT WAS
OPPOSED TO LEASES
For the Children's Sake
INSIST UTQVI HAVING PURE MILK
THE POiND DAIRY'S
MILK IS ABSOLUTELY PURE. SANITARY SURROUND
INGS AND HEALTHY CATTLE.
THE QUART, W2 CSNTS
STOP at the HOTEL MANX
IN SAN FRANCISCO
is magnificent hotel is situated on Powell street, in
-thclieartJof 'lhecity,, iiiimdjn.telyr'aeccssible to all the
shops.stthoatcrs, railroad ticket offices, etc. i
' . EUROPEAN PLANj-Bedroom, 'with detached bath, $1
' "a'nd ujlwardsj with.prlvato bath, $2 and upwards; parlor,
'i' bedroom! and' private bath $5' to $10.
1 ' ."AMERICAN 'PLAN $3 and up per day.
Hud NOT ONLY THE BEST AT THE PRICE, BUT THE
' - EQITAL1 OF ANY AT ANY PRICE.
Honolulu Representative: WILLIAM DOUTHITT.
ROOM 308, McCANDLESS BUILDING
r-wii'P tiStf Pencils,
ftns, 'Stationery, lnR,
and all desk supplies in large
vaiiety at the
Hawaiian News Co.,
Alexander Young Bldg.
S SCHOOL BOOKS; SCHOOL SUP
PLIES. We have an im
mense stock of School Books,
Tablets, Pencils, and every
thing a pupil will require to start
WALL, NICHOLS CO., LTD.
Office Supply Co.,
OLOBE-WERNICKE FILING CAM-
NETS and BOOKCASES,
GENERAL OFFICE STATIONERY.
031 FORT STREET
Boob! Books! Books! i
BROWN & LYON CO, LTD,
Aleiandfn Young Bldit
Pencils, Paper f'l All School
A 11 AHJ.UHW A 00.
llolfl, Nwi Vol I
1 WOMEN WITH
I SMALL FEET
B Fifty pairs odds nnd
M ends in Women's Slip-
B pen and Strap San-
9 dais; one and two.
B strap effects. Mostly
BJ Laird Schober & Co.
BJ make. Sizes 2 to IVzi
ID A, B and 0 Vide.
ffj THE PAIR 3
I $1.00 I
BJ Seventy-five pairs M
BJ White Canvas Oxfords BJ
BJ and Ribbon Ties. Va. BJ
BJ ncty of toe shapes to BJ
Bj choose from. Nearly BJ
BJ nil sizc3 in this lot. BJ
Bj Excellent shoes for Kj
Bj house or everyday BJ
I THE FAIR ' ... I
1 $1.00 I
I Shoe Co., Ltd., 1
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i 11R SCHURMANN I
' Outaopath I
1 T5 11VIIETAMIA BTBEET 1
Two and Ono-Half Hours
Occupied in Which Mem
bers Believe that Politics
"The Terrltor) hnB lost about
three thuusund dolurs In the past
(etv months because tliu Kiipi.t
lenses hae not been acted upon II-
nail)," said the Commissioner or
I'uullc hands this morning In talk
ing over tlio dilator) methods of the
land hoard In refusing to act on and
confirm the Kupan and other leases
which had hcvn prepared (or months
and which had been before tho board
for action (or some time.
Tho Kapaa leases, In (act, were
lead) (or signature at tha tlmo the
Amended OrKnnlc Act was passed
nnd then had to lake tho route pre-.
Hirlbed by the, new law.
It U known 'that copies of the Kn
pan leufesVwator rights And all pa
pers In tho matter hate hecu In itlm
bunds of the land boird (or moru
than two months, nnd when the
matter finally eumo up (or consider
atlnn last week none of tho mem
bers knew nn) tiling about the mat
ter, especlull) Member Trent, who
was the strongest opposed to nn)
action, nnd (derision wus deferred
until the Ixurd had n chance to go
Into the mattcrynoro thorough!).
Again lust night the Knpna tout
ter was deferred on suggestion of
Member Trent, and then "that, gen
tlemnu tld up the matter of till
lenw ,of 1(1,000 acres on Maul tl
tho Cornwell rnncli until some fu
ture time, although the lease had
been advertised tho sixty da)s re
quired b) law and no objections had
Tho first part of the meeting was
Bleep) tu, the extreme, and It was
hard for either members or press
(o keep their rjes open during tho
reading of the minutes of two jiro
lous meetings nnd preliminary dis
cussion over losing a tract of land
to llrcwer & Co Aitlon on this
matter was deferred, and also action
on Knp.in leases.
Trent was "agin" ccry proposi
tion which was brought before tho
board Inst ctcnlng, the lights wero
bad. and Member Urown had to
squint rnretully through his mngnl
fylng glass to read an) eoininunlui
Hon, and, nil In all. it was an un
Prom eight until ten-thirty tho
board was in session, and In all thut
time absolutely nothing was nC'
Tho mntter of the Comwoll ranch
was discussed at length, II. It.
llronn of tho innch being present
nnd addressing the board on tho sub
There was a letter In asking that
the ranch be divided Into thousand
aero tracts and leased to ten people,
but this was shown by the Uind
Commissioner to be not feasible, and
the boaid agreed. To divide It Into
ten ranches f 1000 acres would givo
r,Vrps one-fourth o( n mile wide,
running back from tho sea to tho
mountains, as any other manner of
division would not parcel tho differ
eut kinds of land out equally.
Audrndo made a motion that tho
lease bo upproted, but tho motion
wus, not seconded; nnd Tieut said
that een If It wus, ho would not
oto for It, for three reasons thnt
It was a lease for tweuty-ono jenrs.
and ho would oto for nothing ocr
fifteen, that the icutul was but ten
cents per aero, and that there might
bo u petition from tho Portuguese
which had not been i etched, al
though tho other members of the
boaid thought thut tho letter from
Joseph was tho petition referred to
In the letter to tho Land Commls
tloner by Corrcn
Ihero was a letter from Conei
htutiug that n petition hud been pro
pired ii ml glon to Attorney Tu
va ith, and he asked If this petition
hud been recehed
It wus the opinion of nil members
of tho hound except Trent that tho
stiggistiou of Joseph that tho land
should be dhlib'd Into small riuulioj
wua what Cnrea inferred to, but
Tieut said thut union should ho do
fened until further lufiumiitlon wus
melted about tho pitltlon.
udrudu Mid thai Tinmen was In
town mid he wuntiM lilin hufuru Dm
no iid i Kxplniu about llio iiiiMtjnii
mid Hiuii liiui hmoiue of It Trent
Mini Unit Hie biiunl IiihI uullilHK I"
tin wiili 'Ihnhiin, Dial If lit liad
pimiiiiIiiiIi a iwtliluii iHlrutlwl tu
SOZODONT coea is
i a trail of brightness
in htinutiful titl.
and happy smiles.
him to get bill) n ippoit to the
board If it had lie. u held up
Audrndo tried (n , m an amend
ment to Trent's motion that Taarcs
be cnllcd before the next meeting of
the board, but Trent sid he would
not tote for it.
I'lnall) It was de, Med to adjourn,
as the hour was ten thirty nnd tho
board had accomplished nothing In
two and one halt hours
After ndjournnuini Andrndc said
that lie knew 'ruaien well nnd he
would not hold up a petition which
was Intrusted to. him Also that as
be wus In lowii he would bate him
before the board to tell his side, of
the story Monday afternoon, as Tn
aies hud a rlli t, to bo heard under
it seemed to bo the opinion of the
brtnrd thnt Tiont, was blocking mat
lets of large lean' uunercKsirll),
tho opinion being thut he was tr)
lng to postpone action until after
cle Hon, or until one of the other
members of the 'board returned t"
tho Territory, so tint he rould then
tote no nnd still bine the lease car
ried without trlklug mi) of the,
blamo from llnwallun and Portu
guese voters otcr smb. nrllon
(Continued from Pnee iV
W'edlivsd.l) next JildgO AlliJriliW Will
gle his terdlct In tho mattyr.
The whole anar started otcr ft
bub) that Yong wanted tu, adopt lie
claims that a bunch of Koreans got
him Into the society houso nnd, aft
er throwing him down, started to
take a meal off certain pnrta pf his
The defendants diilm that mo3t
of them wero not thcro nt all dur
ing tho scrap, and that It was Yung1
who attacked nno of their" ptrt)
As to tho dUtlnit toothmnrks on
Yoiig's back, the InforerTt Is that
ho made them himself If he did he
Is wasting his time ns n lawyer's
runner, and should npph nt one of
tho motlng-plitnrn shown for n Job
ns a (ontnrtlonlst
(Continued from Pace 1)
tho contingent fund wus provided
b) the lust legislature.
Tho Inst iippioprlutlou for the
purpose of earning on the govern
ment for the remaining months of
the period whl li was made b) the
last Legislature amounted to otcr
SS'J.QOO, nnd If tho remaining
mouths can be pasted tills tlmo with
tho contingent rund of 150,000 It
will be considered good business.
Appropriations huto been m.ulo
larger from )cur to )cnr, according
to (ioteinor 1'rc.ir but us the conn
tr) bus grott n stcudll) the expenses
huto nlN) grown and the appropri
ations hate nut 'been enough to toter
i" h' n v8
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WTOW, if you knew that you
could come to our shop
and obtain a suit made
in the most recent New York
style, wouldn't you buy it in
preference to any other ?
You can. It is simply a
matter of coming. They have
all the cleverness that the best
designers can put into them,
and all the splendid, high-class
tailoring that the best work
men can give.
C. L. HOPKINS i ...3
Sysiematizer, Notary Public, Agent1 ,P!fai",No.at ,ft.
to Grant Marriage Licenses, Hawal- U N I OT 'B A.RiBElS! S HOP
ian Interpreter and vWanslator , NEW, BABBEU A competent man
OFFICE Judipiary Bldir. HOURS 'has just arrived from the Ccat.
0 a. m. to 4 n m. (M VIEWtA, t t ' Proprietor
OPEN PLUMBING TIGHT 'ioiNTS!
The Pioneer Plumber
183 ALAKEA ST. Telephone 1031
CHIY0 ARRIVES EARLY
At 1:30 o'ciock this afternoon the
To)o KIkoii Kalshii liner Chl)o Mnru
wus sighted off Itirbei's 1'olnt, blad
ing for this port from Yokohama.
Japan Hho will piohuhly ilodt at
U 10 o'do-k ut the Alakca whurr
Tho tessel leaves for Bin rrnmUco
tomorrow morning nt in ti'ilixk
A( oi ding to a wlreles roport to
lluckfeld & Co, tho local agents,
ulie'wnnlil not nirlto until I o'cloil.
Pulllhni bus been lllnl b) llattulliiii
TriKt Coniwn asklllK for the deform
IiiIiik of Mio Iru.i and illmiliHrMiiui
Iiiii it In tliu nuiiii'i of llio usiiiiH of
.lnllit Kulml 'Urn unit (hi m in ny whs
iidmliilsirainr oi ilu I'stutu of I'buili .
W IMilll wliu dUiiiiH Ills life wus ib.
Husiiio idf the lotutii of Kulial
Ut'l'M) lllllll'llll l ir )Hll.
Your Dinner Guests
will appreciate the decorative qualities oi our -:
and the snap of the cracker and the prize within will
contribute immensely to the merriment
are not complete without the merry cracker and its
There's the beauty of the Bon-Bon and there's the
Head-Dresses, Caps, Puzzles, Fireworks and ever so
many other delights awaiting the breaking of the
An Addition to " Grown-Up's " Dinner
A Necessity for tho Children's Parly
Wohavo,just received from Caley & Co., Ltd., Norwich,
England, a large shipment of their excellent Bon-Bons
COME AND SEE THEM
Henry May & Co., Ltd.,
LEADING GROCERS TELEPHONE 1271
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