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EVENINQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., FRIDAY, APR. 7, 1911.
GREAT WHITE GOODS SALE
Wo ars offering our entlra stock of whits watli droit goods at
prices that assure us of a speedy clearance in this department.
We will Include In this sale our extensive line of
Nainsook, English Long Cloth,
Victoria Lawns and India Linon
all showing a cut of about 25 per cent. All goods offered at this sale
are new and of our usual high standard of quality.
This Is an opportunity to 8'AVE 25 PER CENT, on all of your
Summer Dresses. Why not take advantage of It?
Beautiful new white hats for Easter now on display. Prices very
Sachs' Dry Goods Co.,
Corner Fort and Beretanla Streets
Opposite Fire Station
Ask the Hawaiian Electric Com
pany about an
For your Automobile
They are a success
Silks and Drawn Work
Hawaii & South Seas
And at All the Hotels
Murcji wns n liusy month In itollco
cliclca mill ii marked Increnso In bus
iness ilom. Iiy tlm offlcera Is notcil In
n rrpnrt that has liecti iici.irod by
Sheriff. Wllllntn .frtrictt.
Ai rents iltirliiK the month totaled
401, of which 121 convictions were
Fi-cnicd. Of this number. (17 were
llnwnlliins, !)." Chinese 107 Jup.mctc,
21 I'ortn Weans and 128 other nation
alities mainly lUIilnn. In a list of
offenres or crimes aunlnst existing
talnles tho report shows 17S Ram
bling. r,l drunkenness, r.3 nBsnnlt and
battery, 12 laieeny In the 2ml debtee
23 vaRraney. K affray, 31 dlroiderl)
Iioiiko and 10 adultery.
KIiicb nnd costs collected amounted
to $3,2(11 30.
The Walalae, I'.ilolo nnd Knlmukl
Iniprovemeiit Club held it lively meet
Ihr In tho CoIIpro bulldliiR last nlRlit
uiij the principal Item np for discus
sion was the proposed new club
bouse, but In tho end there was no
settled location naimd. It will bo
discussed nt u future inertlng, to bo
held next Thursday cienltiK.
It was however decided, that on
Juno 11 tho club will Rite u blR bar
becue to which tho whole city will bu
A proposition was advanced to Rot
nn extension of tho ttolley system In
to tho new tracts beyond the piesent
terminus, ami n resolution vas pre
sented ami adoptee! with this cud m
view as follows:
"Whereas, There aro over ouo hun
dred nnd llfty property owners in thu
Ocean View tract who, nro prepared
to build homes just as soon as trans
portation facilities ni'o piovlded;
"He t Hcsolved, That this club pe
tition the Honolulu Itnpld Transit and
l'ind Company to extend their ear
llno Into tho Orcnii View tract mill
that tho secretary bo instructed to
mall a copy of this resolution to the
directoiH of thu said railway com
NEW SANITARY INSPECTOR
William Olcpntt Is it now sanitary
Inspector whose appointment was rnt
ltlcd last nlRlit at it well-attended
mectlOR of tho city anil county boaid
At tho KURRCstlon of City und Coun
ty 'I'hyslclnn llruco V. Mitcknll, tho
nnmo of Olcpau was presented as
morRiio attendant nnd sanitary In
spector. Tho appointment was ap
proved to tnko effect with tho lirst of
Make the Liver
Do its Duty
Nine timet in ten when die Href it right tlw
stomscb sod boyeli are tight.
gently but firmly
pel a luy liver
do ilt duty.
Headache, and DUtreM after Eating-.
3n.ll Pill, Small Dm, Small Prica
Genuine mitim Signature
It linV been six munllm since the
muulelii'il hall.t have n snmiili'il to the
echoes of diseiisKion of am nie.uurei
that would hervo to pnituct fools,
fiom tli" Invasion of lllca and other
DtitiiiR I ho latter part of thu llfo'
of the old lloaid of Hupei visors, mhiiiv
of tho uioio darliiR aiteiupled to ce
cuio such needed IcKlaOiiUuii with Hi"!
end In view of prolectliiR, liv tho n'
of seioons, articles of food such as.
fish, fruits, 111011I3 and u-Rotablos, of
fered for sale at city markets.
Tho hill was about to pass 11 lluil
icailliiR when thu toc.it "llsli I111U"
Rot buoy, and by the iinm'iiiIiMko of
11 Ralay of IcR.il stars, the scieen
lilll was killed by hut a 11,111 mv nun
Riu. I'nr fuui' months pint nmeli talk
and discussion of another measuiel
has been wafted about thu city hull.
Dr. Ilnico V. Maekitll. e ty and coiiu-i
ty pliytlelan, has complefed tho draft j
of a u"w law that elliiiln ites fish In'
Its piovislous, nnd this hill has been
McClellan asked that the luen.tuie
ro befiiio the sanitation and health
committee for consideration.
, HOLD THEIR ELECTION
Olllcers for the year hnvo been
elected by tho Japanese Merchants'
Association its follows:
V. MotoshlRe, president; M. Kawit
hiira, Ice-president: I). Yoncktira,
sectetnry: V. Taknkuwa, treasurer;
T. Sumlda, auditor.
Early Spring Clothes
ll nnOAliltrri finr .. I ia. l..i
. 1111 nwiiin-v. "in 1 r . IIS--IL I I
First Spring: I- ILiv kiuull
.. ' it I.W.I I...
Is ll SSZtSlr- "J. r' KiA-
lor early Spring Wear,
which is by tar the
most extensive line
ever shown in this
is so varied we arc en
abled to please the most
exacting man iii' town.
We hope to have thu
pleasure of showing you
what will he worn this
Spring, We welcome you
here r.t all times.
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"The Setsisoii's Sensation w
122 inch Wheel Base
122 incli Wheel Base
FIVE-PA8SENCCR, 40-HOnSEPOWEH SCHACHT TOURING CAR, NOW IN HONOLULU, WITH MR. SIDNEY AT THE WHEEL.
EQUIPPED WITH MEA Oft BOSCH DUAL SYSTEM, IMPORTED MOHAIR TOP, WIND SHIELp.STEWART SPEEDOMETER, FIVE LAMPS, PREST-O. LITE TANK, TOOLS, JACK, PUMP, 3CHEDDER CARBURETOR, 22.FINISH OPERATION
$2300.00 f.o.b. Honolulu
Runabout, $1900 f.o.b. Honolulu
SCHACHT "40" Motor gives all the power you can use. The power for mile-a-minute speed or climbing hills and mountains
Smoothness and quietness of operation, economy. Long wheel base, strong frame, with 48in. elliptic springs on rear make this
car exceptionally easy riding. You really get all anyone could ask in this car-RELIABILITY, COMFORT, BEAUTY, REFINE
MENT, STRENGTH. 2 Models for demonstrating purposes Five Passenger Touring Car and Speedster.
Siegmund Motor Car Co., SaSSES:
E. J. SIDNEY, Young Hotel, Local Representative
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