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EVENING nULLKTlN, 'HONOLULU, "T h.,;monixay.""awg. lriBio." ''-."
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Great Reorganization Sale of Furniture, Rugs and Curtains
BEDROOM ROCKER, g6lden
oak finish, cobbler seat. For.
mcr price $2.. 8ale price $1.25.
COMMENCING MONDAY, AUGUST 1st
AXMINSTER RUGS 18x36 $1.05
AXMINSTER RUGS 36x72 $3.50
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t ians mis opponunuy in announce inai me furnuure Duslneia for many years carried on under the name of J.'Hopp iC6.'ha now" been Incorporated and will In the future be krown as J. Hspp & Co., Ltd. Wcl have secured the service of Mr.
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" - '""' ".o "ouiu recomniona xnoie requiring rudnishlng tn the r?xt few months to take advantage of this generous offer. We would also assure the public that all' orders now Interested to us will receive prompt and careful at.
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discount and would recommend those requiring fudnlshlng tn the r?xt few months to take advantage of this gen
that all customers and Intending customers will be treated In a courteous and business like manner. Below we I
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PARLOR AND BEDROOM TABLES.
Former Price. Sale Price.
$15 00 Mahogany $11.00
16.50 Curly Birch . . . 8.50
13.00 Birds Eye Maplo .. . . 10.00
24.00 Koa (our own make). .. 16 00
15.00 " . ',".. 10.00
12.00 Hob Oak
11 00 Kiimcd Oak
8.00 Golden Oak
$60 00 Fumed Ouk
05 00 " "'
40 00 Karl) English
.. .. 23 00
. . . . 26.00
.. . 25 00
SOLID OAK BEDROOM TABLE
16x16, top 10x10, shelf, turned
legs, golden finish. Former
Price $1.50. Sale Price 90c.
$13.50 Weathered Oak
v 0.50 Golden Oak
' 15.00 Hockwood
25.00 Golden Onk 10.00
Former Price. Sale Price.
Former Price. Sale Price.
$25.00 Ooldcn Oak $17.00
36.00 " " 23.00
40.00 Mahogany 30.00
36.00 " 23.00
Former Price. 8ale Price.
$63 00 Mahogany $10.00
45.00 " 30.00
40.00 Ool.lon Oak 28.00
40.00 Birds Eye Maplo 28.00
48.00 Golden Oak (damaged). . 24.00
27.50 Golden Oak 18.50
Former Price. '. ;8ale Price.
$100.00 '..'. $60.00
,60.00 ,, 40.00
3ff ....': 28.00
Former Price. ; Sale Price.
$500 White Enamel ...I $3.50
glXT " " 5.50
12.50 White and Duisn 9.00
I7!5C MahoRany 11.75
17.50 Dine anil Brass 11.75
23.00 White and Brass 15.00
25.00 Blue and White 17.00
28.00 Vcrnls Martin 19.00
30.00 Decorated ...'. 18.00
32.00 Oxldlied Copper 20.00
33.00 Decorated 20.00
40.00 " 25.00
31010 1'lnk and White 24 00
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HI V JWm ' CHINA CL0SET3.
LI 2f? . .fll Former Price. Sato Price.
I M Jr Ink 35-00 Knry I'l'filltl' 2-".00
J il wv 3n-on " " 20-00
UVSe?aviJf 30.00 " " 19 00
JW&SBZ?r5(&. 80-00 alllon O.ik 58.00
JpiyVfaeS:TfMai 75.00 " .. 5000
" ' 'Js 40.00 " " " 30.00
LBL7 Jm in ij "-iJJfcl l-Jli 2200 16 50
(Er-E? 1'fRp5 1 66.00 Kiiined Oak . 40.00
I ?p--ig 38-00 " " 28-00
I ii' 3S&'' ARM "OCKERS.
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Former Price. Sale Price. 1 Hf Mm
$60.00 nirdfcyo Mnplo $42.00 W ' LW MM
45.00 30.00 11 Jjjj -W (Bll
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27.00 Imt. Mahogany 18.00 J$ SZor M( Mfli
32.00 21.00 ffitf---' isfir"" ss-UT. 7I
68.00 Ooldcn Oak 43.00 CT C") t0
2C.00 18.00 MmfmmsJmlLVm
25.00 17.00 Wr J7 lyvl
18.00 12.75 nsr If mg
14.00 10.00 Czikwr .JW
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list a few of the maiTV bargains that await you.
Former Price. Sale Price,
$12 00 WentlfWed Oak $8.00
DINING CHAIRS. s
Former Prlee. Sale Price.
RUGS and DRAPERY DEPARTMENT
$8.75 Golden Oak ..
5.75 " " ..
6.75 I'linicil Onk ..
9.00 Knrly KhsIIbIi
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Golden Oak Finished Braced
Arm Diner, long back posts.'
cobbler seal. Regular price
$1.75. Sale price $1.05.
Former Price. Sale Price.
$12.00 Weathered Oak ' Hall
Chair $ 7.00
30.00 Klher Couch 1.:,.. 15.00
36.00 Weathered Oak Halt -Bent
14.00 MnhoRiny Sewing Cnbl.. 7,50
12.00 ' " .. C.75
6.00 Weathered Oak Screens. . . 2.75
8 75 Weathered Oak MaRazIno
3.60 Weathered Oak Smokers
7.73 Weatheicd Oak Smokers
Former Price. Sale Price.
American Orientals 9x12.
Tapestry nmisels 9x12.
$10.00 1. $7.25
A vrrt Inut itrit Ovl 9
Stand 1.00 $30.00 .....' ' $2100
3 00 Wcatherod Oak Smokcm
Former Price. Sale Price.
$18.00 Birds G)p Maple $34.00
52 00 Weathered Onk Combina
tion Chiffonier nnd Ward
1 olio 28.00
11.00 " " 6.50
28.00 " " 18.00
12.00 " 9.00
18.00 Weathered Oak 10.00
48.00 Birds K)e Muple 30.00
19.50 Kiimod 'Oak 10.00
28.00 Solid Mahogany 16.00
15.00 Mahogany S 75
2.25 Weathered Oak India Seat 1.00
1.25 Weathered Oak Jardiniere
C.50 Bog. Onk Plant Stand....
.75 Weathered Oak Jardiniere
2.75 Weathered Oak Foot Stool
1.00 Golden Oak Koot Stool
20.00 Weathered Oak Combina
tion Card Table & Chair 10.00
13.00 Woathercd Onk 8mokors
12.00 Fiber Plant Stand
15 00 MnlfTtny I'lano Bench..
14 00 Mah-vany Parlor Cabinet
20.00 " "
Former Price. Sale Prlee.
$1.00 Nottlnghams $ .60
Former Price. 8ale Price.
$27.00 ... $21.00
Wnshablo Until Malts.
lttRtilar Price $2.60. Sale Price $1.25.
9x12 Fiber rtiigs.
$10.00 ..... .' $7.50
8.3x10.6 Fiber riiiB.
0x9 Fiber ling.
Imported Novelty Curtains In But
tenberg, Clung nnd Irish Points.
$3.50 Cable Nets
8 00) "
. 2 40
$5.00 Grades .
1 A8ST. LOT DOOR PANELS
Regular Price $4. Sale Price $2
Odd U)ts l.nco Curtains ',J. 1 nnd
l'ii Pair Quantities, One Half Price.
Ilopo Portieres, Regular Price '$3.00
to $8.00, Choice $1.00,
$100.00 Koa (our- own make). . .$63.00
S0.0O " ... 50.00
28.00 Weathered Oak .... .ttt-SO.TO- -Cr.Wr-Trra-n"nnd Brass 25 00
18.00 Golden Oak r.'H'lQ .-(JjOO iTprjr ,- 26.00
RECEPjNON CHAIRS. ,
Former Price, n Sale Price.
$15.00 Golden Oak $9.00
12.00 ' ' " 8 00
8.50 " " 5.5"
7.50 " " Bit.
20.00 Koa. 3 Draw Chest 13.50
30.00 Mahogany cigar chest .. is.oo e navc a small stock of BEDDING, which wc intend
discontinuing, comprising several grades of COTTON
BLANKETS for single, three-quarter, and (full vsized,
beds; BEDSPREADS, PiLLOW CASES, etc., which
we will close out at half the regular prices.
45.00 Oolden Oak I'oker Table. 25.00
48 00 Oolden Oak Combination
Willing TJe-kAnd Book
AL I I COLLAPSIBLE GO
CA r $1000. Sale Price $5.00
The House of Quality
J. HOPP & CO.
185 King Street
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kwlinrf nitist bo npproved by Govern.
meiit supervision, nnd when taken
"over by tho Government tho price to
H10 paid shall not bo 111010 than the
, original construction price. If the
'company nnd the Government can
not agree, men n uo.iru of thrco ap
praisers will duterinlno the price to
ho paid by tho Government."
Asked why It wns necessary to
have this wharf constructed by pri
vate enterprise, the superintendent
htnted thnt ho asked the last Legis
lature for an appropriation of $200,
000 to construct a whnrf at llllo and
11113 appropriation was noi muuo.
. "Wo huvo got to have u whurl
1 there, nnd this Is the only means of
starting- It now. It will take from
twclvo to eighteen months to con-
'struct the wharf, and if In the mean
time tho Legislature will appropri
ate thu ncressnry money, the whnrt
muy lio taken over at once. It Is
up to the l,eglsliiturc,"-concludod the
.Superintendent of Public Works.
What Governor Says.
"Deop-wutcr Bhlps now Imvo to
load nnd discharge outside the linr-
ilior into lighters, and we must lime
docks to (acllltuto this loading and
discharging," said Govornor Frear
j this morning
"IT IS NOT GENKUAMjY KNOWN,
but the business men of Hllo who
', would have nny nee whatevor for a
1 dock have signed a petition that the
'franchise to tho llllo Railroad Com
pany bo granted.
"Slnze the railroad has extended
Its lines through n large number of
plantations, the necessity for n dock
from which to load this sugar on
steamorg has bocome moto Impera
tive and tho railroad compnny Is the
only company that has asked for a
frnnchlto to build tho needed dock.
Boyornl years ngo the steamship com-
i(tny wns poli.p to hitilil a docl., nnd
inu jrttuuijiat; a nigiicu, uui imui
Inn over came of It
"I understand." tho Governor con-
"; 1 1
tlruiQd, "that this will not bo wholly
a j-pUroad enterprise nnd thnt tho
stqok;, of the company which Is to
butid- the dock wll( be open to tho
puVIl'- As 1 understand tho matter,
tlie,, raUroad Is not particular I1I1011I
building tho dock at nil, and would
gladly Jet tho steamship companies
do It The building and upkeep of
wharves In this country Is oxpensive
and Is not n money-making matter.
t believe tha. If tho steamship com
panies wnnt part of tho stock of tho
company which Is to build thU
wharf, they will havo no trouble In
buying It and helping bear tho bur
den of wharf construction and main,
"There has been nothing sub rosa
in this matter of the franchise," con
cluded tho Governor. "The matter
was discussed fully at tho llllo meet
ing which considered tho hnrbor
Tho details of tho agreoment wcro
not given out by tho Superintendent
of Public Works until this morning1,
notwithstanding tho fart that the
Govornor and tho Superintendent nnj
Thurston and others havo been hold
ing conferences on the matter for
It is pointed out that the proposed
franchise will glvo tho Hllo Railway
exclusive control of tho freight of
the port, as not more than one wharf
will be needed for some time. The
npproach to the proposed whnrt Is
some twelve hundred feet nnd over
wnter from ten to fifteen feet deep.
The railroad under the franchise
Is not required to construct any pub
lic highway. It thus controls all tho
freight on the wharf, on which Is h
allowed to levy a storage fee, and N
also allowed to make special rates for
material of largo bulk.
The )lllo Railway Company fo
this valuable privilege has two year
In which to make known its accept?
once of the franchise, nnd five years
in which to build the dock.
One of those who belloes that the
Territory Is giving up valuable and
what umountB to exclusive rights
stated this morulng that tho Terri
tory was practically putting tho rail
way In the position of levying a tax
on every shipper of freight tn nnd
from tho Iilnnd of Hawaii for the
use of rtvhat should bo public property.
This frnochlBo has been simmering
for several weeks, and on July 9 a
protest was made against the move.
And it Is still held that the people
do not know and do not appreciate
what valuable nnd exceptional priv
ileges nro being given awny.
The text of tho franchise Is us fol
lows: This agreement mudo this
day of , A. I). 1010,
by and between Mnistou Campbol',
Superintendent of Public Works of
tho Territory of Hawaii, acting with
the approval nnd consent of tho Gov.
ernor of said Territory, horolnnftor
called tho "Superintendent," nnd tho
Hllo Itnllroud Company, X corpora
tion organized nnd existing under
and by virtue of the laws of the sal'd
Territory, hereinafter called tho
In consideration of tho undertak
ings nnd agreements hereinafter con
tained nnd to bo performed by tho
company, tho superintendent docs
hereby grnrtt to the company n li
cense to construct or cause to bo
constructed or built in the harbor
or port of llllo, on the Island of Hn
wni, Territory of Hawaii, at the lo
cation shown 011 tho diagram horoto
attached and made 1 part hereof, n
wharf, wharf shed nnd RAILROAD
APPROACHES thereto (such ap
proaches bolng horeby defined to
mean such fills or structures and the
appurtenances thereto as may be con
structed or placed between the shore
line and said whnrf, as a means of
access to said wharf from tho land),
subject to the following conditions-
1. Tha company shall call fpr
tenders for tho construction of said
wharf, wharf Bhed und RAILROAD
APPROACHES in such manner ns
may bo approved by the superintend'
ent; but tho company shall not bo
required to accept the lowest or ant
tender made puisuant to cald call,
and may accept part and refuse part
11 h tn its discretion -it shall deem
proper; nor ahull It accept any ten
der or part thereof unless tho samo
shall be approved by the superin
tendent. In case 110 tender Is ac
cepted nnd tha company constructs
said wharf, wharf shed and railroad
approaches Itself, the cost of such
cmi'itrurllnn to bo paid by tir Ter
rltory of Hawaii In case It takes
oer said wharf, sheds nnd ap
proaches under tho terms of this
agreement, shall not exceed such
amount as is at tho tlmo of tho
construction thereof, npproved by the
superintendent, together with tho
cot of any extensions or nddltlons
tharoto, that may here.ifter be made
with such approval.
2. Said wharf, wharf shed and
RAILROAD APPROACI1K3 shnll bo
constructed In substu ti'lal compli
ance with plans nnd spcclncntlons
therefor, submitted to nnd npproved
by tho superintendent.
3. Dining tho construction of
said whnrf, wharf shed ai.d RAIL
ROAD APPROACHES, tho superln.
tondent may personally, or thiough
such agent or agents ns ho may des
ignate thorefor, Inspect tho work of
construction, and may require such
work tt. bo in conformity with tho
plans und specifications approved n.i
nforcsnld; and, after tho work of
construction is completed, tho super
intendent und his ngctits shnll havo
ut all times full and free ncccss to
said wharf and wharf shed.
4. Tho wharf, whaif shed nnd
railroad approaches shall, during uie
torm of this license, bo kept In good
lepalr by tho company, and may be
maintained and operated by tho com
pany, ns hereinafter provided.
C. Tho company shall keep or
cause to be kopt, in pioper books of
account, u iecord of the cost of Bald
construction, expense of caro and
maintenance, including proper allow
ance for dotorlointlon and lire In
surance, each Item of such expense
being separately specified as to kind
and amount, and u rocord of all re
ceipts for the use of the wharf und
wharf shed. A full statement of
such receipts and disbursements shnll
bo ronderod semi-annually to the su
perintendent In Biich form as he may
fi. The company may. during the
term of this license, chnrgo wharfage
for the use of tho wharf or its con
veniences, by vessels of over tweUy
tons burden' ut 11 iato not to exceed
two cents per day of twenty-four
hours or part of such day, for oach
net teglBtorod ton of such vessels
and for all vessels unrt,or said twenty
tons' burden nt a rate not to ex
toed one dollar fin ench surh day or
patt of a day.
The company may also charge a
WHARPAOR rEn UPON ALL
GOODS, M R R O II A N D 1 8 K and
I'RKIOHT of EVERY CHARACTER
PASSING OVER THE WHARF IN
EITHER DIRECTION, EXCEPTING
ONLY PASSENGERS' 1IAGGAGE If
fno quantity permitted to bo carried
free under steamship or railroad
tickets; but not to EXCEED FIVE
CENTS PER TON OR FRACTION
Provided, howovor, that on Slnglo
ploccs of machinery r othor arti
cles of great weight of bulk, iind on
livestock, special rates may bo
Provided, further, that the com
pany may impose and collect REA.
S0NABLE STORAGE CHARGES on
any and all merchandise which may
remain on the wharf more than
forty-eieht hour after delivery from
vessel, provided such failure .to re
move is not occasioned by the
FAULT OF THE COMPANY, or more
than FORTY-EIGHT HOURS BE
FORE DELIVERY TO VESSEL.
Provided, however, thut If tho
Government, tinilor Whatevor form,
shall nt nny time mako higher
charge or charges for wharfago at
Government wharves than nny of
those herein set forth, trie nnd in
such cuso, and so long as such high
er charges nro made, the cbmpnny
may make charges nt tha same rate
as those charged by said Govern
ment. 7. During tho torm of this li
cense tho whaif, wharf sjied and
railioad appio.iclies shall bo in tha
possession nnd under the charga and
tontml of tho company, which may
MAKE REASONALI1LE RULES AND
REGULATIONS RESPECTING THE
USE THEREOF I1Y THE PUIiLlG
AND THE EMUARKING AND DIS
E M 11 A R KING OF PASSENGERS
AND LOADING OR UNLOADING OK
FREIGHT. Before, such rules nnd
regulations golnto effect, they must
be approved ly the superintendent.
Hut such control and nil rules and
regulations shall bo subject to all
general laws respecting wharves und
landings of tho Territory now In
forco or which may he hereafter
enacted, and to all leuBouablo regu
lations made by the superintendent
under tho authority of any such
lawr nnd further subject to tho gon
eml power of tho superintendent to
tevlco, modify or revoke nny such
rulo or to lequlre any othor or dir
forcnt rule; but In nny such case,
before any revision, modification,
I evocation or now requirement It
made, n hearing bIiiiII ho glvon the
8. Subject to nil piovlslons of
law to nil reasonable, regulation
mndo by the superintendent, the hnr
bor master of tho port of Hllo shall
bo guided, 80 tar ns practicable, by
tho Instructions of the company as
to tho tlmo nnd order of tho moving
of vessels to and from tho whnrf.
9,. Tho Territory may nt nny time,
upon six months' notice to tho com
pnny, given by the superintendent In
writing, take over tho sold wharf,
wharf Bhed nnl railroad approaches,
upon first paying to -tho company
the vnlue of the wharf, whnrf shed
and approaches thereto, not exceed
ing, however, tho oilgtnnl toat there
of and said nddltlons thereto, (tit
ngrccd between tho superintendent
nnd tho compnny or, If they can not,
ngrce, us determined by n majority
of thrco disinterested apprnlsers, one
nppolnted by the supeiintoiident, ouo
by tho company, and tho third by tho
two so appointed;
Provided, howovor, that the com
pany! SHALL HAVE THEREAFTER
DURING THE REMAINDER OF THE
TERM SPECIFIED IN SECTION 12
OF THIS LICENSE. A RIGHT-OF-WAY
FOR ITS ENGINES, CARS OK
OTHER ROLLING STOCK OVER
AND ACROSS SAID RAILROAD AP
PROACHES AND WHAR1 FREE
OF CHARGE, IT I1EING UNDER.
STOOD AND AGREED THAT THE
COMPANY WILL KEEP SAID AP
PROACHES IN PROPER REPAIR
AT ITS OWN COST AND EXPENSE.
Provided, however, thnt thu com
pany shall thereafter nllow nny I'UH
LIC RAILROAD to havo tho lolnt
uso of said rails on Bald approacho?
and said wharf upon such equitable
terms, conditions and regulations u
may from tlmo to time be approved
by the Superintendent of Public
10. If at any time It shall appear
that tho company Is violating or fall
ing to obrervo or porfornl nny of
the tonus or conditions herein con
tnlncd on Kb part to bo .observed or
performed, the superintendent may
give notice. In wilting of such viola
tion or fnlluie tn tho ompnuy, mid
If within sixty days thereafter such
violation or failure has not been
remedied, or, In case tho notlro ap
plies to n defect in tho whnrf, wharf
shed or railroad approaches. If tho
compnny shall not, as soon as muy
I bo ufter such notice nnd to tho sat
isfaction of tho superintendent hnvb
repaired such defect, tho superin
tendent may, by nnd with tho ap
proval of tho Governor, remedy any
such defect nt thp exponso of tho
'company, the cost tff which tho com
pany Bhnll forthwith pay to tho
Territory of Hawaii or Its successors
'in Interest; or ut tho discretion of
said superintendent, with tho ap
proval of tho Governor, nnd upon
written notice to the compa'ny by
tho superintendent, the company
shall pay to tho Territory of Hawaii '
or its successors In Interest, ns liq
uidated damages, tho sum of fifty
dollars per day, for each day that
such defect, violation or failure re
' 11. Tho tonus, covenants and
conditions hereof shnll bo binding
upon and In favor nt the superin
tendent and thoBo succeeding to his
powers nnd duties and the company
nnd Its successors nnd nsslgns, ro-
' Bpcctlvcly, ns the enso may be.
1 12. Subject to the terms nnd con
dltlons hereinbefore contained, THIS
LICENSE SHALL CONTINUE DUR.
INO THE REMAINDER QF THE
TERM OF THE PRESENT CHAR
TER OF THE COMPANY, AND
.DURING SUCH RENEWAL OF SUCH
CHARTER AS MAY HE MADE, HUT
NOT, HOWEVER. EXCEEDINO THE
TERM OF FIFTY YEARS INtTHr"
AGGREGATE FROM THE DATE
HEREOF, UNLESS LONGER CON
TINUED HY FURTHER AGREE
MENT. I 13. The location of said wharf,
as shown on tho diagram, horeto at
tached anrt made a part horeof, t
subjoct to any changes which may
be found necessary by tho United
States Govefnment in the adoption
of tho I'S. harbor lines.
I 14. The company shall give to
ithe Biiperli.tendont, WITHIN TWO
.YEARS FROM the date hereof, us-i-'irn""
nr minranteos satisfactory
to tho superintendent, that said
wharf will be constructed WITHIN
-"J- YEARS FROM THE DATE
HEREOF; failure to do which will
lender tho Hciuiro hereby grnuleil
subject to forfeiture In tho Ulcera
tion ot the superintendent.
I In yltuess whorcof, etc.
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