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i:vi:nin(i iiuu.ktin. Honolulu, t ii tiii'iiahay, jan ii. io;
Thursday, Friday and Saturday
Last Three Days For Specials
Children's Wash Dresses.
Silk Eolienne, Albatross and
NOTE THE PRICES.
Children's Wash Dresses
$1.00 Dresses for 00c made of
checked ginghams and solid color
Chambray, embroidery trimmed,
Izei 2 to 6 years.
$2.75 Dresses for $1.1)0 made of
fine prlntetd Lawn, pink and blue
polka dots, trimmed with em
broidery; sizes 2, 3, 4.
Lot 2 Lot 5
$1.75 Dresses for 31,00 made off $3.00 Dresses, 81.0H- Made of
fine checked material, assorted fine material In Checks and Solid
colors, embroidery trimmed, sizes Colors, Trimmed with Embrold
1 to 4 years. ery, sizes C, 8, 10 years.
$2.00 and $2.50 Dresses at $1.25
& 9X.OU " exceptional nagam;
CHILDREN'S SAILOR SUIT8.
Made of Solid Color Chambray,
trimmed and saljor Ties; sizes 8,
12, 14 years.
$3.25 Dresses for $2.00, made of
fine Solid Cotcr Chambray, trim,
med with Embroidery aid Velvet
Ribbons; sizes 2, 3, 4.
on and Evening Clowns, beautiful range of colors;
Champagne, New, Gray, Lavender, Alice Blue, Cream and -Light Blue
40c quality 30c yard
A WgoI Goods Special for This Week
All Wool, Double Width, In all the leading colors, Including
black and white, COo Quality,
On Sale at 45c
Wash Belts At Clearing Prices
20c, Belts, lOc; 30s Belts, 20c; 35c Belts, 26c;
50: Belts, 3Oc;'60c Belts, 40c.
N. S. SACHS DRY GOODS CO.
fcs the l?est
II. Hackfeld & Co.,
ELEGTR1C t'HWEft FOR SMALI MACHINES
Motors of all sizes from 1-horsepower up may be profitably
used to drive machinery in small shops and stores. They are very
convenient. 'Require no care no coal no oil no matches and
are cjean. Always ready for use. Call Main 390 for any further
Information youl desire. '
Hawaiian Electric Co., U d.
OrpiCE KING AND ALAKEA 8T8
Floral and Pa-u Parade Plans
1 Promise Great Inter-Island Event
Hoinoono tn ilcnirnlo Moats
I'liintK uinl How era In iiiutitlty
flood supply nf horses ami nmlillvn.
Those lire some nf tlio necessities fit
lliu I'n-n or I'lornl I'.irndo of lVlinmrv
VI, us liniimht nut Ii) thu discussion
(It III" II rKt tlK't'tlllH llf tllll COIlllllllll!
licM psterihiy iiftt'i tmoii In the Oil
lliiKhnm ollkos if tin' HtiitiKenwuhl
Chairman DIIIIiikIiuiu wont uur thu
tcenurnl work that hail ulit-udy been
donu. Hit Iiiih Hunt out thu follow ln
letter to men on tlio vnrlous Islands:
.Iniitinr) IS, 199.
Dear Sir' At a mooting of tlio Spe
cial Committee, appointed by Mr. Wal
ter 1'. Dllllnnhuni to assist lilm In ar
laimlim foil an elTectfvo Floral l'urndo
on Kobinary 22d, thu nintter of ret-
rosontntlnu from thu other Islands
wiw brought up for consideration, ami
It wan decided that with jour help It
rhoiihl Iiu possible to nrruiiKo mutter
The lilea Is to liau Hinne jmitirf
lady from jour Island furnished with
a kooiI horse ami provided with u
handsome p.i-u rlilltiK costume to par
ticipate in tlin I'.iraile. IJnch Island
should meet the o.xpoiiHii of1 belliK ho
repreBenleil by ltn I'rlucosa or Queen,
The (Icneial I'oililultleo will provide n
lleralil, a hoy laoinUoil on n ixiny, who
,lll precede )our leircolitullo bear-
Inn the name of Dm Inland on a ban
fler suspended from his triimpcU
l'roper eseoilB will ulso bu furnished.
Hoping most sincerely tli.it ou may
enter Into the Hplrlt of tin? occasion
ami llml It runvcnli nt lo assist thu
Committee In tlm uay specified, I in
main. Very tiuly yours,
II 1 WOOD,
Christian Cournilt hnx already nv
tKiiiileil that Molnkal will have a rep
resentative joiiiik lad) C. I). I.iifkln
writes that Maul will bu on hand. Thu
other Islands have to bu heard from,
Commltteu reports showed that
much work has been dune ami Hi
parade has iiiadu a kikmI start. 1)11
llliKliam said Iiu 1iohm1 It would bu ls
alblo to lime Ham l'arker act as Mar-
sliui fur thu paindo mill Major l'otter
an assistant. Sheriff laukea tlnils thut
lie will not bu able to taku part that
day except In thu ordinary olllclnl ra
pacity of seelliK that all thu police
supiKiit necessary Is nhoii.
HIiliiKlo, who ban iluirKu of thu
horses and carriages, sa)a that he
thinks thuru will bu a larKu number In
line this jeur, (
(lorrlt P. Wilder has spent thu bis
cost part of a week canvassing tin
various clubs. He found thu l'acltlo
Club rather frigid (iter tliu Idea of do
ing all) tiling for n I'lnral Parade. The
I'liUorslty ciuli and thu i:ik ciilli
Mill Hi-iKibly the Coinmerclal I'luh
w annul up to thu Hiibject and will no
iloiibt bu icpleltclltcd III Homu a)
Thu rucir.e Tennis Club will do ninio.
tiling ami thu lloalanl lliut Club will
ho In Hue with ii llo.it. The Myrtlui
have not been heard from, hut It Is
tititlclpnteil tiial they will not be bu
.Inpanopii inoichaiilir are willing to
eoiiio In win Ii they knowjitrt what Is
uxH(tod. 'lliu comiulttei) wants all
the Moats It call get, hut call allow
nothing of an ndvertlylng naltito In
Hue. The Chinese will bu lepresent-
ed by lliu Chinese Athletic Club. It
wan amu siikkosioii inai n inoru went
any Xisit roc lion to thu parailo the Chi
lie'sdragou, saed over from Chlneaj
New .Year, ought to bu available, ami
Il Would certainly bu an ullracthn
Mr (lalt said that Iiu had nut heu'i
nverwhelmeil with lespoiibes from an
tomolille owners, hut, coiiBlderlng nil
things, the outlook Is veiy promising
Home wlio did not Intend In enter I lie
pataitu were willing to loud their
The matter nf auto decoration was
one lie" found the most doubt about. It
would bu a good tiling If someone
would make a business of ilecorallng
iiulos at no much per This would en
able thu man who did not liavu time to
iirrangu bin own auto to get It done In
The matter of lnier lluwtTH lift wll
an leal (lowers was brought up. It
was I bought that ninny of thu schools
could bu enlisted In thu paper Dower
making and thu committee mIioiiIiI
make It Uh business to see that pleli
ty of How era uru grown preparatory
to thu demands of the da)
Mr. Atidradii xirjil that Iiu expects
Mo hae from fifty to sixty pa-u rldi rj
In line Ibis )ear What he most
needs Is horses and saddles. It Is an
tlolp.tted that Walau.iu will come III
with good repienelitatlou,
Follow lug thu general illi (Mission of
horses, Andrade hmiighl up thu mat
tvr that thu route followed last )ear
was a ery long one ami hard on
horses. On thu supposition that thu
route might bu shortened, there was
talk of halng a foot section with .1
ihow of military ami isillcu. In this
connection It was hi ought out that thu
Japanese training ships might bu here
on Washington s blrllulii) ami whllp
thu lueu might not march, It would he
ipiltu pros.r to extend nn Invitation
to participate, as thu Japanese aro
particularly cap.ibtu In getting up
Taking thu whole situation, It looks
pretty good lor a gieat display and a
good time Hits )oar. Of course some
inone) will bu needed and the Promo
tion Commltlie bus pnimlsed to assist
with Its mural tulliieiicu In coiulncln
the public of thu financial v.tluo of
this great fiesta
Holds Up Japanese
New Goocls ' "en's Dress Shirts
Thu United Stales (loveinment bus
made Uh Hist move In the shape of a
damper on Japanese Inwislon by hold
ing up thu ciowd of Japanese that
went to thu Coast by thu last trip of
II. 11. North, Commissioner of Im
migration, had been given Instructions
from Washington, previous to thu ar
ihal of thu Alameda, to make a thor
upgh Investigation of thu expected
Japanese ami ascertain, lie)oud a
shadow of doubt, their right to Ian I
before allowing them to do so.
Ah soon as II. e Al imeda had passed
iimii i inline, thu Commissioner, with n
torps of assistants, hoarded her and
put In u full day making exhaustive
examinations with n tluw to securln;
from thu Iminlgiants Information di
Hired liy thu United States' Bureau.
When nimroacheil by nowsnanermen
lor Information as to thu rcHiilt of his
Impilsltlons he referred them to Cum
nilssloner (leuernl Kiank I'. Sargent
Ninety-four Japanese had judgment
of u favorable nature passed upon
I hem ami went allowed to go ashore.
Thu lemalmler weru placed under
gu.uil for evamlnatlon thu following
rhls new turn of affairs Is Letting
the Japanese colony of Bun Francisco
all ugog, They cannot understand
why it is that after ho many years
of uninterrupted liillux of their conn
tr)inen that mi sudden a check should
bo placed upon It.
Thu passports Issuedlo these de
tained Japanese In Japan are all
found, upon examination by thu Com
missioner, to bu of lucent date. Thut
fentuio In Itself stamps them as not
being buna fide residents of Honolulu,
and thu uuthoiltles on thu Coast claim
II is n mora subterfuge that they em
ploy to gain udmlttunce Into the
United Hiatus proper. ,
It Is understood thut the Ilurcau at
Washington Is thoroughly convcisant
with thu tricks being now played by
the Japanese Immigrants and Its or
ders to Commissioner North for strict
Investigation nru to bo closely follow
ed in thu future.
California or any other Stnlo In thu
Union must uccupt Japanese If the
proof Is fuithcdiiilug that they niu
Lona lido, residents of tlio Hawaiian
Islands, but the Depiutment ut Wash
ington .Is said to have Information
that this claim Is fraudulent.
The fact that thu Btuy of this par
ticular gang of Japanese In those. Isl
ands was of limited duration wag
thown by thu Inability of nearly all of
them to speak a single word of I'.UK
NMN OETS SIX
llsh. Their ncuicst-nud only nppioncli
t. American wu)s is In thu matter of
clothing, which, of a certainly, would
bo their first act In the "get-lnlo-a
Utter Instructions wore i delved b)
K.xauilnlng Commissioner North ut
San Francisco flolu Commissioner
Hargoiit, CMiiclied In thu following
wordH: "Examine, but do mot dutnlu. '
As ii consoMUoneo the remaining Jap
anese awaiting examination on thu
Alameda, and those that arrived u day
later, on thu Koie.i, weru allowed to
hind after passing' tlnoiigli u certain
form of examination
Of this number only nine weiu ill
ltd from thu Orient, thu others hav
ing been pushed h) Hie authorities ut
Honolulu, the ixirt of t-ntr) Com
missiuuer nargeiu is n.iin iu imvu iuh ........ ... .....i i.,.. m i... .n...
. hia iiiiiiiiiin, Mill, ma kmiiiu nil, tiu inn-
thu big slick" In a. pilet manner, mull l.0ltllllci, f)r lHll leI lh uf U1Kli ,a
thu ract that he wlied Commissioner, wll(U NlIKJroll ,, ,,,, ,, ,.,,
North to releasu thu Inimlgrants held ,,, Rrval mttlvlUxU-. his going and .oni
on board thu steamship Alameda Is ut- ,,, tt,M 1)t. wuteiii uy nnm.tl KUUnlK
trlbuted to nn order Issued by tho. K)p NnuU.(1I1 u K(mil, u.r (o t1(.
"man higher up" after thu facts ap-( r(,(lf J(RU ,,,, lM Mm K ,lls
peareii III lliu pr'sn llispaii:iien.
uiimuilHsioiiur Hurgeni is especially , ,., ,,.,. ,i,M,ir r Ids l.io.is
friendly towurd orgunlzed labor and It IM:rnlllK t. rK r ,-nip games
was due lo tlio fact that bu was zeal , wM(l l( ,,,., , nnnhh,r
mis of thu Interests of worklnginen M,r,0Ul lffe1HC ,,, ()Uw futWu (r
that Iiu orduiud n Ktrlct Investlgul dn Ktltl,i,i I nK In that It Iippeals lo the
of a chargu that thu contract labor ,ll()H u1, ,,,,, ,t1 ,, J)lt,m ,,
law was being violated and that thu , ,,, , , , ,, , , umo
Western I'aclllc Kullroad was triiiK ,,at. xvtll.rtl KaHUou 1 kIiK tc tuk
lug In laigu numbers of Orientals ,,,H XIlrnl(llli Jml(.H UlbluMm K,d-
to woik on Its lines In thu north. .., ,lllU ,t , ,0 ,,v , , ,.,,
Commissioner North bus nothing o ,- ...,., .,.. ......i.iprnii,,,, Wm. ,.,,
Is liereli) given to nil persons having
claim or claims against thu Depart
uieiit of thu Attorney (loneral for the
period of two )ears ending June 30th,
1UUS, either for goods fuinlsliod or fur
services rendered, lo picsent thu same
ut once on proper oiiilIiiI bill heads to
thu nniloi signed, ut thu Ofllcu of thu
Attorney (ieneral In thu Capitol llulld-
lug, Honolulu, Island and County of
JNO, SI. ki:a,
Clerk of Attorney .tl'uiMral.
Attorney tleuernl's Olllce, Jan. :11st,
Notice is lieieby given thai all Ter
ritorial Kinployees who uru members
of thu National Uuaul of Hawaii uru
granted lenvu of abseucu from their
work without loss of pny to attend the
.... , . i r.iie.iiiiniiieijt 11, iiu lll'Ml ill 1,1'iiruu.i
I mornliig. Auml n passing Henleuce. u,KlnttlK m ,,Vbruary 20. ljs)7.r
(1. It. CAJlriM.
Uy the (lovernor:
A. I C. ATKINSON,
Secretary of Hawaii
Honolulu, January 31. 1!i7.
Robinson Thinks Craps
Worst Form Of
Sam Apollonl, alias Napoleon, who
was found guilty In Judge Itoblnsoii's
I coil it this week of running a crip
fame, will take n vault Ion for nlsiiii
It )0ii want to enjoy robust
health, taku a few doses ut the
Hitters. It will mal.o tlio stamscli
strong nnd the blood pure. Our
past niord of over M years proves'
Its worth. It cures Indigestion,
Dyspepsia, Heartburn, Cottlve
ness, Female Complaints, Malaria,
Fever and Ague. Try a bottle today.
Delicious Milk ,
with Its thin, crisp crust, its light
texture and nutritious wholesomeness
can be made as easily as any other
kind, If the proper Ingredients are
used. And of these the most Import- f
ant Is the milk. '
gives you a full-flavored loaf, rich and
rwcet, because it contains nearly
three times the percentage of butter
fat that Is In ordinary milk. f
You can use it for all baking or cook.
Ing purposes where milk is used, but
with better results. J
Take 1 can Carnation Cream
hot water. When lukewarm, add 11
tablespoonful sugar, 1 tablespoonfdl
talt, and 1 cake compressed yeast
dissolved In 1-2 cupful warm water.
Use enough flour to make a stiff bat
ter and let rise for 1 hour. Add
enough flolr to knead well. Cover
end let rise till light. Then knead In
pans and let rise half as much as be
fore, and bake for -10 to 50 minutes.
to 3 pints
HEflRY M4Y & CO., LTD.,
Phono Main 22.
Best Assortment In the City,
RICH SILKS, EMBROIDERIES,
NOVELTIEf, TOYS, CURI08.
T.T0CK COMPLETE, PRICES RIGHT.
1120 Nuuanu Street, near Hotel,
swell color t0ne8
50c, 65c, 75c,
1033 Nuuanu St., bet. King and Hotel.
give out for publication regal ding Die
leaults of thu examinations by thu
Han l'rauilsco inspectors.
Honolulu being n nort of entry, it
had not been thu custom tu'exunduo
Japanese booked from here, as their
right to enter at a inalnland poit had
never before been iUostlont-d after
they have once passed thu Honolulu
It was found that many of thu Ja)i-
uncsu pu.sengers on thu Alameda and
Korea weru under contract with lliu
Western I'aclllc Railroad, but In each
casu IL was blinwn that they wore en
gaged In Honolulu and not In Japan,
though a largu majority or them had
i.ot resided Iu this srt moru than a
When thu thlily-soven who weru de
tained on hoard thu Alameda were
landed and onlered Into thu detention
klied, thu I'aclllc Mall ulllcluls demur
led. They Insisted that thu Inspector
call up Commissioner North und they
would leurn direct from hendiiuurters
that lliu men were to bu detained no
longer. Commissioner Nirth upheld
lliu contention of thu steamslilp oin-
clals und tlio Japanese weru released,
us North had reel veil tlio supplement
nl Instiuctlons from "Washington to
When asked legarillug tlio flovein-
incut's sudden change of attitude,
North said ho could not discuss tho
Washington end of thu uffulr, as he
was simply carrying out Instructions
to thu letter as thuy cainu lo him.
After lliu Japanese were granted
permission to land tlioy weru horded
up Market stuet by their countrymen
mill iiiurteicd In houses In Butte;
the crime snob us thu defendant hai
been found guilty of has upon Hie
((immunity ut large. 1 thlul. particu
larly that this game of sliootlni, cuips
CIIA.MIIKUI.AIN-In thbdty, Jmi 31,
lil'J", to Mi. and Mrs. W W Cham
lierlalu. ii sou,
mil mm nun t;iiuii' ill ruwi,iii, i.i,n - .... . V
attrudB the )Oiinger element and l( nils IIKNNKK-In this lit). Jan 30, ..
Tel. Main 19a.
P. O. Box 192.
E. J. LORD,!
8UCCESSOR TO f
Lord and Belser,
Dredging, Sewers, Grading, paving,
Teaming, Crushed Rock. '
Black and White Sand and 8011
OFFICE AND YARD
....SOUTH & KmWAIAHAO BTS.
Ilieni Into pernh Ions ami olieellimanle
ways am) they lieoome a i lunge iiisni
the loinniuulty, Jieoaiise Iu lime tiny
beiome professional irliiiluali.
"'Hie ilefeuduut Is solitoniod t.i I ill -
'prlsoument for six iiiimths and to pay
the dials of (ourt "
tu Sir. und Sirs. IMhIii lliuner, a son. i
J. M, Levy & Col
KING STREET NEAR FORT 8TREET
PHONE MAIN 149. (
Out of respect to the memory of the'
Emperor Kouivl, father of thu pieseul
emperor of Japan, the Japanese Con
sulate Runerul hole closed Its business
jesterduy Umjieror Koine! died forty
)vars ngo )oslerduy.
P. E. R. Strauch
Furnished Sr. cottage, Manoa Valley,
Ideal Summer Home. Large Pool
for cwlmmlng. Mountain air. Sta
ble. Near car line, $17.00 per m.
7-room Cottage near Kalutanl School
$1C. per m.
The DUPLEX Y-rtlT
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MACniNf5 tSJtr7 I I V
B-rz.u.. . I HR .
7-1 0. KINQ ST.
NI N SUE
'I he follow lin: firms; und hotels havi
coiiueiited to handlu Mai ill Qras tick
ets for the ronveulencB of InteildliiB
liuichu'.eib HoiiBon, Smith & Co,
htil.. llcrgstioiu Sluslc Co., Mil,: Tlios
O, Thrum, (liinst-Kiiltln Cigar Co., Mu
ima, Young ami Hawaiian hotels.
Tho iiaiiio of Mis. Arthur Wall was
Ir.advorlently omitted fnnn thu list of
palronehses leceutly Issued,
This machine MAKE8 fence
from 1 to 5 ft. high with 1 to 12
in. mesh with a breaking strain
of over 25,000 lbs. at a cost of
50c and up per rod, being Horse
high, Bull-strong, Pig tight,
Chicken and Mongoose Proof.
Catalogues on application.
SOLE AGENT8 FOR THE
1048-50 ALAKEA 8T. .
Phone Blue 1801. P, 0, Box 642.
HE SHIRTS we make to order
have a touch, a tone, or an air about them
that at once suggests dressiness.
' Shirt wearers arc beginning to recognize "that ;
little difference" between a shirt that fits perfectly
and one that does not. And its just that difference
that adds greatly to your comfort as well as appear
ance. We Make Shirts to Order
We make them to fit perfectly; besides they're '
made stronger and will wear longer than the
usual rcady-towcar kind. A large quantity oi
fresh new samples now on display. It will take .
oply a minute to look them over and leave your
M. Mclnerny, Ltd.
COR. FORT AND MERCHANT STREETS.