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THE HAWAIIAN. STAH. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 6,. 1905.
EXTRAORDINARY -: - VALUES
Thousands &f -them,, qll; new designs, the largest assortment ever
shown and Jk c.' ' 1 . ; . '? :
LADIES' WHITE HEMSTITCHED
$ EMBROIDERED' HANDKER
f At 10o oach. Fine cambric hem
' stitched and nicely embroidered all
n around tho border. 26 different styles
j , to eclect from.
' At 15c. All linen, In different pat
terns, would bo cheap at 20c.
f At 20c. All pure linen hemstitched,
. new designs. Equal to any 25c values.
At 25c. Extra flno sheer, linen, hem
- stitched, very "finely embroidered, fully
At 35c. Extra fine and sheer Sham
rock Linen, hemstitched, and very flne-
' ly embroidered.
Still finer and more elaborate pat
terns from 40c to $1.25.
Ask to see our new hand cmbrotder
: -ed Handkerchiefs.
, LADIES' INITIAL
At 15c or $1.50' a dozen. All pure
linen, hand embroidered, with Initial
At 26c or $li50 a box. An-extra fine,
sheer linen with Initial and wreath em
broidered in 'dbrrie'r. ' lu -up 6 In a
A flno assortment to select from, at
50c,' 65c, 75c, ahd $1.00 per' dozen.
Sheet' fine 'linen, neat,, tiny hem
stitched in plain and embroidered pat
terns from 20c jip.
We make the following -offer: t
Monday and IWxesdLfcay
1 A HANDSOME NOVELTY
purchase of Handkerchiefs.
N. S. Sachs' Dry Goods Co.,
FORT AND BERETANIA STREETS.
NEW PIANO WAREROOMS OF
JUST OPENED 156 and
KRANICH & BACH and other Pianos of different styles.
Come and see us and we will show you the finest stock of
Pianos ever displayed in Honolulu. . THAYER PIANO CO,
SALT LAKE CITY
PROMOTION COMMITTEE WILL
TAKE PART IN THE "SEE AME
RICA FIRST" CONVENTION.
At yesterday afternoon's meeting of
the Promotion Committee there were
present Vice Chairman A.(4Gartley, F.
C. Smith and E. I. Spalding, Secretary
.Wood and F. J. Lowrey .
Secretary Wood read the following
letter from the Commercial Club of Salt
Salt Lake City, Utah, Nov. 1, 1905.
Dear Sir: We beg leave to 'invite
your attention to the movement Inau'
gurated by tho Commercial.. CJub of.
this city looking to the diversion -into
western channels of a part of the.-tldo
of tourist travel now flowing from
America to Europe. 4
A conservative estlmate'madVby- re
liable authorities, places tho amount of
money expended In foreign countries
during the season of 1904-5 by American
sightseers at J150.000.000. '
This great sum was "paid in largo
part by men and women in search pf
health, pleasure and recreation, who,
though native to the United States,
were in comparative Ignorance of the
scenic, climatic and Industrial advan
tages of that portion of Our country
lying west of the Mississippi river.
It will, we thlnk, be readily admitted
that any material part of the amount
named above, If spent In western com
munities, would not only make for their
great financial betterment, and up
building, but would most desirably ex
tend and Increaso tho general knowl
edge of what this Important section of
the nation has to offer to tho seekers
of health, amusement, recreation or In
vestment, who now crdwd foreign cap
itals and pleasure resorts.
AN E3?TRA SPECIAL BOX QF .6
v,'HAbKERqHIEFS-50c. ' .
An opportunity that came to us and
we pass It right along to you. 'Fine
cambric hemstitched border, dainty
embroidered Initials with wreath.. Put
up 6 in a pictured box for 60c.
CHILDREN'S INITIAL HANDKER
At 25c a box. Colored hemstitched
border, embroidered Initial, 3 In box,
regular 35c value.
At 35c a box. Extra sheer hemstitch
ed .daintily embroidered', initial with
wreath, put up 3 In a pictured box.
At 15c a box. Fancy .border hand
kerchiefs, 3 In 'a pictured box.
At 25c or $2.75 a dozen. All pure
linen, hemstitched, embroidered Initial,
At $2.60 a box: Extra fine linen,
hemstitched, with fine embroidered Ini
tial, put up 6 In a box.
Men's plain hemstitched handker
chiefs at 10c 12c, 15c, 20c, 25c and up
ward. THE TELEPHONE HANDKER
Latesti novelty. Just like a tele
phone, with. bell; -mouth piece, apd're
celver. Contains dozen hemstitched
handkerchiefs 75c a box.
We feel positive that our handker
chief values are'ihe best ever offered
and wo'jwant to 'convince' you of If.
In order 'to get you Interested.
FAN giyen away with every dollar
158 HOTEL STREET
THE BEST IN
THE WORLD 1
A high-grade Instrument first built
by James and Benjamin Starr.in Rich
mond, Ind., In 1872. The factory now
turns out 25 pianos dally. It is the
third largest factory In the country.
Wo understand of course, that the
old world will always draw to Itself
many thousands of our people because
or its nistoricai ana religious interest,
Its scientific, artistic and musical ad
vantages. ,and we admit that this Is
proper and desirable; but we do be
lieve that America - and. particularly
the western portion thereof, Is entitled
from all the standpoints of Inerest to
more attention from a certain class
of Americans than It has heretofore
As conditions now exist many of our
people are heard raving over the beau
ty of the Trossachs, the glory of the
Rhino, the magnificence of the Alps,
who have never seen and have but
small conception of the grandeur of
the Rocky Mountains or the splendor
of the Columbia River.
In an effort ..to rectify the conditions
of which, complaint Is here made the
Commerqlal. CUjb of Salt Lake City,
has undertaken the work of awakening
Interest In this subject among tho busi
ness men., of the western part of the
United States and of the Republic of
Arrangements' are now being perfect
ed tor's conference of the Governors
of the 'states' and territories affected,
together with representatives of the,
chief commercial organizations of the
west and pf the railroads operating in
the. interested section, at which tho
Commercial Club will present for con
sideration a detailed definite and
comprehensive plan of procedure. This
confereftqie has been called for Janu
ary 18, 1906.
The particular object of this com
munication Is to solicit the aid of your
papers In making the movement a sue-'
cess. It is earnestly hoped that, in'
view of the great Interests Involved
and tho far-reaching character of tho
proposed exploitation of western re
sources and attractions, you will find
It consistent with tho policy of your
paper to lend us your help.
Wo have the honor to remain,
fommlttee: HEBER M. WELLS,
Pres. Commercial Club, Chairman;
JURORS DISAGREE IN BREWERY
k CASi3i AND want
Col. Jones, stenographer of the clr-
cult court, went vp agalnst-a hard Job
Ri'n.mnn. ThA m-, In ,hV'n
this nfternoon. The Jury In tho case
of Nlehaus Bros. vs. the Honolulu
to. bdtftt and asked Judge RobInsft tft"- sa.ba ; 3,T,
have portions of tho direct testimony
of A. Hocking read to them. The
court said that If the direct testimony
i .i i
was read the. cross examination must
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also bo read, and so tho Jurors took
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their seats and Jones began the read
ing of his stenographic notes of tes
timony lasting a little more than a
day. It was a severe test of steno-
graphlc work, but the colonel read
. ,t ., 1 1
Tho Jurors said they could agree on
a verdict as soon as a certain point as
to what Hocking had said was settled.
The suggestion was made that the
counsel might agree on this one fact
for the Jury, and the three who were
present, J. W. Cathcart, D. W. Ander
son and R. D. Mead, made an effort.
In a few minutes, however, they gave
It up and agreed to disagree.
CathcaVt objected to Hocklng"'s tes-
tlmony being read alone. He said It 'admission to other states and terrltor
was like allowing Hocking to testify bo permitted." President Roose-
twlce, and might change the Jurors'
Ideas altogether. He said that the
only correct way would be to read .the
entlro case. The objection was over-
ruled, Cathcart took an exception, and
the reading of the notes proceeded,
News was received by wireless to- J" ' he hands of the printer, In Wash
day of the death of Sam Nowleln. ngton. and hw not yet been nude pub-
whose -Ilmess was announced In The "J nJft t e T
... , , ... quest for Chinese labor has been omit-
suited., from Brlghfs disease. The
juecuuaeu wuu pruiiuiieiit in umiu
some years uku hiiu waa uiuaeiy uau- i
elated with the royal family. Hla
funeral took place today. Nowleln
was one time commahder of tne
Queen's household troop3.
OAHU SUGAR REDUCES DIVIDEND
It Is understood that the Oahu Sugar.
Company has reduced its monthly di
vidend from 1 per cent a month to i
per cent a month. The company has
been paying at the rate of 1 per cent
for the greater part of the year. The
reduction hns bean expected however
and the announcement of the change'formlngfrne that he has the commUnl
In tho amount of the dividend, has hndcatlon from myself and others of.the
no effe'et'on the' market.
.CAPTAIN LYNAM IS HERE,
Captain Lynam of the transport
Thomas Is In port today. It had been
hoped by friends pf Captain 'Lynam
tha' the vessel would stay In port long and sufficient reasons to the President
enough to enable them to entertain to make him believe that the policy
him, but tho captain was recently mar- adopted by the governor Is right. ',
rled, so that accounts, so his friends "I do Tint believe that the governor
say, for the short stay that his vessel can supply those reasons," continued
makes lri port on ler homeward voy-jthe senator, "Mind you, I believe' that
age. He has the confidence of General . he Is acting in good faith and accord
Humphrey, the head lof the quarter- ins to his light, but I do not seo how
master's department of the army, and he can show the President that he Is
Is regarded as one of the safest and ( doing right in riding nough-shod over
most reliable masters in the transport the plainly expressed will of the people
service. by refusing to authorize the Issue of
niahrtn Tliwt ivili ho thn. mmat nf
honior at a banquet to be given this
evening at the Young Hotel. Elabor
ate preparations have been mode and
it Is expected to be one of the most
notable gatherings in a social way of
the clergy and laity of the Catholic
church and of the friends of the Bishop
ever held In Honolulu.
' 4 '
RICHARD P. MORRIS, Mayor Salt
Lake, Treasurer; JOHN C. CUTLER,
Governor Utah; SIMON BAMBER
GER, W. P. O'MEARA, JOHN J.
JUDSON, FISHER HARRIS, Secre
tary to tho Committee.
The following resolution was unani
Resolved, That the Hawaii Promo
tion Committee Is In thorough and
hearty accord with the Commercial
Club of Salt Lake City, Utah, In the
movement inaugurated by that body
looking to the diversion of at least a
portion of. the very large European
tourist trafllc toward our great West
-which has so much to offer tho traveler-
and homeseeker. And bo It further
resolved that the Chairman Is hereby
authorized to appoint a delegate or
delegates to the "See Europe If you
wish, but see America first" Conven
tion, to be held nt Salt Lake Clty(i
Utah, January IS, 1900.
Tho committee already has the names
of possible representatives who may
attend. Tho representative Is to pay
his own expenses.'
A resolution was passed requesting
the Supervisors to InBlst on the enforce
ment of the law regarding strays.
Tho Supervisors were also recom
mended to repair th Walklkl road and
King etreet from the railroad station
to.Moanalua. The further suggestion
was made that King street In Palama
should be conformed to the established
The Promotion Committee will mako
an effort to enlist the Portuguese
Japanese and Chinese residents In the
city Improvement ' scheme, and C.
Shlozawa will be asked to suggest
names and methods for his nationality.
The comnlttoe adjourned to meet
Evidence enough to convince any
Jury continues to pile up showing that
honesty Is still the beat policy.
PLAN IS PAU
(Continued from page one).
!l6t of-3"'0"8 wn'cn precede, make It evident
,i i ' ;ifYlhaJt unless some modification can be
1 ' v obtained, the progress of these Islands
win do cnecxeu. iNotwitnstanuing tne
large number of Ot.entals that corn-
fe ur Pp "i!0"', 'l- '9 ev,dcnt from
-"le'school statistics that.we are not be
The conditions here
differ entirely from those which affect
for a limited number of Orientals to'
work In 'the cane and flee fields of these
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those who believe In restricted lmmi-
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gratlon. The Immigration laws In rcf-
. - ,
erence to tho entrance of Ch nese are
already In forco In these Islands, and
those here are not allowed to enter the
nnftm Ue TDnnlfln Anna. ..
vlal ,,, ..., . . , '
V...J. U .....UC LVl U l.lli-
Ited number under restrictions requlr
dng their return at the end of a glvjn
number of years and confining them
entirely to "these Islands." Governor
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Governor Carter 1905
j .It mU8t be the' alm' tQ develop tK
Terrltory upon American lines and no
laws should be permitted admitting
Chinese of the servile class to the Inl
ands. Nor can the admission to Ha
waii of a class of Immigrants, denied
The recommendation of Roosevelt Is
regarded by 'many as the death of tho
Chinese lmmleratlon nronosltlon. n Is
quite a coincidence that It was read
in Congress on the same day that the
I Hawaiian Planters' Association adopt
ed a resolution to Import a thousand
families of Portuguese.
Governor Carter's report for this year
ted, though there is believed to be a
rprnmmotli,nHn n, .r n'J
ONE MAN RULE
'Continued fi-om page one).
T.ptrtalntllrA rptrnrrllnf? Ihi lnnn fRanp
Wand that It has been referred to Gov
ernor uarter for comment oy mm,
"Thus there Is still a chance that the,
will of the people will bo respected, un
less Governor Carter can supply good
tho entlr6 amount of the bonds decided
upon by the Legislature. The action
of the Governor Is un-American and, as
I say. If he is able to carry out his
plans, I can only conclude that a mon
archical system of government Is pre
ferable. "I have a number of petitions In my
possession asking the Governor for the
! issuance of the whole amount of the
authorized loan and these will be pre
sented In duo course."
THE GARDEN ISLAND TELLS OF
A GATHERING OF FORMER RES
IDENTS OF THE GARDEN ISLAND
Mr. E. K. Bull, manager of Oahu Sugar
Co., who himself Is an old Kaulan,
Is always on the look-out for visitors
from the Garlen Island and helps them
to make tho stay In the capital bear
able by Inviting them out to his beau
tiful home at- Walpahu.
Last Sunday he succeeded In gather
ing an unusually large' company of
present, and former residents of Kauat
and dispensing to them that genial and
whole-hearted hospitality, for which' he
is so well known.
A couple of hours were spent round
the festive board, where speeches and
toasts shortened the intervals between
the courses, a political speech by Judge
Stanley proving him far ahead of the
others In the line of oratory.
Those present were Mr. and Mrs. H.
Danford, formerly of Kllauea; Mr. and
Mrs. W. Danford of Makawell, Air. and
Mref. J. H. Arendt of Walmea, Miss
Anna Danford, formerly of Makawell;
MIbs Esther Hofgaard of Walmea, Mr.
A. Frls of Makawell, Mr. E. Omsted of'
Lihue, Judge Stanley of Honolulu, Mr.
P, A, G- Masschaert of Walpahu, and
the genial host himself, Mr. E. K. Bull,
formerly of Kealla. The Garden Isl
and. WILL PROSECUTE ADAMS.
The police will prosecuto F. Adams,
tho San Francisco sport, on a charge
of obtaining money under falso pro
teoses. He Is to be prosecuted on the
charges preferred by George Andrews
of tho Union Grill, from whom ho se
cured money on check son the Bishop
& Company's bank, where there were
no funds on deposit.
"QUO VADIS," THE
BOOK ANDTHE PLAY
A MARVELOUS STQRY TOLD IN
DRAMATIC ART BY COMPETENT
"Quo Vadls" was again presented In
a most satisfactory manner at the Or
pheum, last night. The same excel
lence of staging and costuming that
created such favorable comment on the
opening night was In evidence again,
while the expeiience gained In tho man
agement of some of the extremely ela
borate .scenery on the fln?t night, was
evidenced by the somewhat smoother
handling of the stage devices last
Thtf play Is a dramatization of
Sclenkawlcz' great novel which deals
with the Christianity and the Rome of
the time of Nero. It has been one
of the criticisms leveled at Sclenkawlcz
that he adopts the conventional view
of Nero, making of him a monster of
bestiality, Instead of a man of keen
Intellect and reforming spirit, as some
modern writers have claimed him to
be. But however that may be, the ob
ject of tho book and of the play Is to
picture the conditions tof the early
Christians rather than to enter Into an
inquiry into tho real character of Nero,
and for that purpose the conventional,
and one may say, the accepted view
of Nero Is probably the beSt.
This Is the object and It Is carried
tout with master hand as all who have
read the book must know. In tho
dramatization, the purpose of the book
has been carried out faithfully, though
of course in the language of a sister
art, drama, Instead of literature.
It Is therefore to be expected that
those familiar with the book will be ln
erested in noting what things have
been left out? in the play as .of necessity
all tho things told In the long story
as It is written, can not be told In a
drama occupying only 2 hours. Yet the
story told on the stage Is complete.
Those who have not read the book will
see In the play the great theme of the
book, and In the skilful acting of
Richard Buhler and his associates the
finely drawn characters of the book.
It Is a play that throws much light on
the history of the early church, and
one that may be made a great aid In
Interesting pupils In the Sunday School
study of the New Testament, particu
larly those parts relating to the spread
of the gospel to Rome.
The play will be given for the last
time tonight. Tomorrow and the re
mainder of the week. "The Two Or
phans'1 will be presented.
MAINLAND MAIL GOES TODAY.
Mall will go to San Francisco this
afternoon by the transport Thomas.
She will sail at 5 p. m. The mall will
close at the post oflice at 4 p. mj
DAILY STOCK REPORT
Between Bvoards: $500 Pala 6s, $104;
80 Knhuku, $27; 15 Haw. Sugar Co., $31;
24 Ewa, $27.25.
Session Sales: 100 McBryde, $3.30; 10
Hon. It. T $03.50.
Quotation. Bid. Asked.
Ewa Plan. Co 27,
Haw. Agr. Co 110
Hawaiian Com 82.
Haw. Sugar Co 31,
Honokaa Sugar Co. ..... 11.
Haiku Sugar Co
Kahuku Plan. Co 27.
Koloa Sugar Co
Oahu Sugar Co 95.
Ookala Sugar Co S.
Olaa Sugar Co 3.
Olowalu Co , SO.
Pacific Sugar Mill
Pioneer Mill Co
Walalua Agr. Co 69.
Walmea Sugar Co
I. I. S. N. Co 117
Hawaiian Electric 110.
Hon. R. T. C. pfd 101.
Hon. R. T., Com 63
Oahu Railway 87
Hon. Brew, Co 24
Flro Claims 4s 100.
Hawaiian dovt. 5s 100
Cal. Beet 6s
Haiku Sugar 6s ......... 103
Haw. Com'l Co. 5s..
Hawaiian Sugar 6s 101.75
Hon. R. T. Co. 6s....
Hllo R. R. 6s
Kahuku 6s 100.
Oahu Sugar 6s 103.
Olaa Sugar Co. 63..... '
Pala 6s. w 103,
Pioneer Mill 6s.. 105
Walalua Agr. 6s 100
McBryde 6s 100.
THOMAS ARRIVED TODAY.
fThe transport Thomas arrived this
morning from Nagasaki and Manila.
She left the former port November 23.
T"or two days she experienced rough
weather. Tho vessel brought one pas-
1'senger for Honolulu, Harry Rycroft,
.who has been In the clvJl service at
Manila for several years. A through
'passengers there are 601 enlisted men
of the 7th Infantry, 34 enlisted men of
Co. F, Signal Corps, 6 of the Hospital
Corps, 43 enlisted men, casuals, 44 sick,
44 prisoners and 90 ex-employees and
ex-soldiers. Tho vessel has a large
crowd of officers and civilians In the
'cabin. She sails at G p. m. today for
ROBINSON TO PRESIDE.
Judge Robinson will be tho presid
ing Judge at the next term of the cir
Want ads in Th Star bring quick re
results. Three linos three times for 25
s-7 x Bajffiy'for lHtu"" Ann.
Tf vnu will pnmnnrn tlm nf. nt
of our Safo Deposit Boxes with ib
protection derived from Ho use, yo
will surely decide that It Is "wortb
while." . You cart renftt Box for IS dc
year, placo your valuables In It and
have access to it at all times durlnc
Henry Waterhouse Trust Co., Ltd
Corner Fort and
Strong boy wanted at Star oflice.
Nlco comfortable room only $6 month
Large grounds, bath, telephone and
every convenience. 08 Kukul street
Cottago to Rent. 1111 Klnau street;
corner 'Pensacola. $30.00 per month
Inquire W. O Atwater, Hawaiian Elec
IOLANIS BEAT PUNAHOUS.
The Iolanls beat the Punahous in the
Junior Association Football series yes
terday at the Maktkl grounds by 4
goals to 1. The teams wore:
Iolanls B. Kahea (goal); C. Broder-
lck, M, Morse (full backs); J. Smythe,
W. Anderson, H. Carter (halves); C.
Rickard, E. MahaUlu, Mon iYn (capt.).
E. Andrews, Kahalawal (forwards).
Punahous D. Frazler (goal); L. Ma-
goon, S. Kennedy (full backs); H.
Klnslea, D. Catton, A. Magoon (halvef)
S. Dodge, Schuman, Sing Choug (capt),
B. Hoogs, C. Hoogs (forwards).
Referee J. Woo.
Linesmen iT. Carter, H. Broderlck.
The Halelwa Hotel, Honolulu's fa
mous country resort, on the line of the
Oahu Railway, contains every modem
Improvement and atfords its guests aa
opportunity to enjoy all amusements
golf, tennis, billiards, fresh and salt
water bathing, shooting, fishing, riding
and driving. Tickets, Including rail
way fare and one full day s room and
board, are sold at the Honolulu Statloa
and Trent & Company for $5. For de
parture of trains, consult time table.
On Sundays, the Halelwa Limited, 6
two hour train, leaves at 8:f2 a. m.:
returning, arrives In Honolulu at Ifc
Want nds In The Star bring quick re
turns. Three lines three times for 25
BY A UTOHRTTY
PUBLIC LANDS NOTICE.
Notice Is hereby given that at 12
o'clock noon .Saturday, Junuary 6th,
1906, there will be sold nt Public Auc
tion under the provisions of Part 4,
Section 17, Land Act, 1895, nt the front
entrance to the Judiciary Building, Ho
nolulu, the following Beach' Lots at
Hauula, Koolauloa, Oahu.
Lot No. Area. Upset Price.
1 8716 sq. ft $100.00
2 S232 " 100.00
3 9344 " 100.00
4 920S " 100.00
5 8075 " 100.00
6 6501 ' 100.00
7 5488 " - 100.00
8 5987 " 100.00
9 19517 " 200.00
10 18375 " 200.00
11... 22429 " 250.00
12 21937 " 250.00
13 20181 " 250.00
Particular attention should be given
(o these lots by those who desire beach
property for summer homes'. Tho lots
'Jiave frontage of from eeventy-flve
(75) to two. hundred (200) feet on the
main road around Oahu, and practi
cally tho samo number of feet on trie
, Terms: Cash, U. S. Gold Coin.
For plans and further, particulars, ap
ply at Department of Public Lands,
Judiciary Building, Honolulu.
JAS. W. PRATT,
Commissioner of Public Lands.
Honolulu, December, 6th,' 1905.
6ts Dec. 6, 9. 16, 23, 30, Jan. C
Notice of Removal nnd -Power of
The .office of my plumbing business
has been remove'd from 1168 Union to
Beretanla street in the Paragon blook.
During my absence from tho Terri
tory E. BufTandeau will havo full pow
er of attorney to not for me In all mat
ters. E. W. QUINN.
Fine Job Printing, Star Office.