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THE SUNDAY ADVERTISES, JANUARY 31, 190?
BEGINNING MONDAY, FEBRUARY 1st
Hundreds of yards of Stylish Dress Goods and Suit Patterns at prices almost cut in two. To create a week of rousing business,
we have made such deep cuts in prices that our specials are unusually attractive, and bound to interest you.
Some of them are given below:
THE MERIT WAIST
For boys and girls. Tubular
elastic straps, all sizes 20c.
12 yard pieces, $2.25 quality,
Monday $1.90 a piece.
THE NEW SCARF VEIL
Very latest, satin border, in
all leading colors. . . .$3.00 each.
ALL WOOL PLAIDS
52 inch; $1.25 quality
65c a yard.
ALL WOOL PLAIDS
75c quality 50c a yard.
CREAM TWINE VOILE
$1.50 quality..... 95c.
$1.25 quality . 85c.
BLACK AND WHITE
$1.25 quality .. . 95c a yard.
$1.25 quality 65c a yard.
GREY MIXED COVERT CLOTH
$2.50 quality $1.50 a yard.
All wool, $1.50 quality. . .
$1.00 a yard.
75c quality. ....... 55c a yard.
NAVY BLUE FRENCH SERGE
$1.50 quality 95c a yard.
BLACK KNUB VOILE
$2.25 quality $1.65 a yard.
Tan, Grey, Navy, 90c quality
60c a yard.
All colors, including black and
white, 75c quality. . 55c a yard.
35c quality. 25c a yard.
LIGHT BLUE HENRIETTA
All wool, $1.25 quality
65c a yard.
BLACK CREPE de PARIS
Silk and Wool, $2.50 quality .
$1.90 a yard.
Elegant quality and dandy
patterns 35c a yard.
FRUIT OF THE LOOM
Yard wide, Monday. . 10c a yard
Elegant patterns, extra fine
quality, warranted to wear. .
65c a yard.
Many other good values will be found upon our counters Monday morning.
Corner Fort and Beretania, Oppo-
site Fire Station.
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Authenticated Signatures Are
Shown to the Historical
4-6O TOURING CAR
FIRST CAR LOAD
Come and see the wonderful Car
that won the famous New York
to Paris Race.
The von Hamm-Young Company, Ltd.
H. CULM AN wishes to announce that
he has the finest line of valentines
that has ever come to the Islands.
Comic, Eentimental and fancy de
signs of all kinds. Fort, near Hotel.
HAS a variety of relations to the gen
eral processes of our body. The
physiological aetions of , this organ
are: (1) It secretes bile: (2) forms
glycogen: (3) assists in the formation of urea and allied products;
(i) modifies the composition of the blood as it passes through it.
When sluggish and enlarge 1, Osteopathic Treatment will quickly
return it to a normal, healthy and active condition.
DR. F. SCHURMANN.
OFFICII 221 Emma uuare.
HOURS 8 to 9 a. m,
4 to 6 p. m.
MOANA HOTEL ARRIVALS.
The following guests from the Man-;
churia registered at the Moana: A. H.
Collbran and wife, Denver; Alexander
B. Coxe and wife, Philadelphia; Mrs.
Fage, San Francisco; Jas. Carruthers,
Montreal; Miss Hawley, New York;
F. L. Coes, Worcester, Mass.; Miss T.
Trimper, Miss D. Greer, Dobbs Ferry,
N. Y.; J W. Smith and wife, Miss
Adele Smith, Miss Minnie Hector,
Chester Smith, Fargo, N. D.; W. E.
Hodges, wife and daughter; Mrs. A.
Seckel. Frank B. Stone, Miss Stone,
Geo. E. Lichty and wife, II. M. Reed
and wife, Waterloo, la.
The following came in on the Mauna
Kea: Mis Krupp Austria; C. V.
Buck, San Francisco.
A GOOD SUGGESTION".
Editor Advertiser: Allow me to make
the following suggestion, to wit:
When the Legislature meets have a
bill introduced and immediately passed
repealing Act 118 of the Session Laws
of 1907, entitled "An Act incorporat
ing the City and County of Honolulu!"
This will stop all nonsense.
Puunui, Honolulu, Januarv 30, 1909.
Walter Maefarlane is now farming
at Kahaluu, next to Ahuimann. He is
raising pines and rice, and doing well.
Over 100 acres are under cultivation.
Next year his farm and the Ahuimanu
ranch will combine to build a pineapple
Two letters bearing the authenticated
signatures of Vancouver, the . famous
British navigator and explorer, who
visited these islands in the latter part
of the eighteenth century, were pro
duced before the Hawaiian Historical
Society at its annual meeting on Fri
day evening. The letters were two. of
many given by the navigator to various
persons in the islands. Those shown
have been handed down through suc
cessive generations from Isaac Davis,
and are now owned by Miss Lucy Pea
body, his descendant. The letters com
mend various persons, including the
King, Isaac Davis and John Young,
giving information that they were re
sponsible persons, and whoever should
visit these islands could depend upon
them for a friendly reception. E. Hen-
riques, a relative of Miss Peabody,
turned the letters over to A. Lewis, Jr.,
the new recording secretary of the
The election of officers for the en
suing year resulted as follows: Presi
dent, Judge A. S. Hartwell; first vice
president, Prof. W. D. Alexander; sec
ond vice president, Governor W.' F.
Frear; third vice president, Bishop
Henry Bond Restarick; treasurer, W.
W. Hall; corresponding secretary, Rev.
W. D. Westervelt; recording secretary,
A. Lewis, Jr.; librarian, Miss Allyn.
The above, with the exception of 'the
librarian, constitute the board of di
The librarian's report, as well as
that of the corresponding secretary,
contained references to the complete
cataloging of the books, documents and
pamphlets of the society, and the set
ting apart of a number of duplicates of
which many were disposed of and are
now in private collections of books on
Reference was also made to H. M.
Ballou, brother of Judge S. M. Ballou,
who was here last summer assisting
former Governor George R. Carter in
making a bibliography of Hawaiian
books, which completed a list of every
thing published in Hawaii. Governor
Carter was the moving spirit in this
work. It was reported also that they
went over the Hyde and Wilcox col
lections and made complete lists.
Prof. Alexander read a very inter
esting paper entitled the History of the
Oahu Charity School from its inception
to the elose of its usefulness.
Rev. W. D. Westervelt also read a
paper dealing with ithe history of the
development of the idea of law as
known among the Hawaiians of olden
j days, through the various processes un-
til the promulgation of laws by the"
Kuterumeni., inciuaing xneir appearance
in print. Mr. Westervelt showed
original prints of the first five criminal
laws in the Hawaiian language printed
on the Mission press in 1827.
THE HAWAIIAN ANNUAL,
with its fund of information pertain
ing to these Islands, should be in every
ottice. library and household throughout
the Territory for ready reference.
Visitors and others will find' this
handbook covers their many points of
enquiry better than any other half
dozen publications, and all persons de
parting should not forget to be eouip-
j pe.l with a copy, not onlv for their
j ovn satisfaction, "but for "the aid it
! wiii afford them to answer the many
I conundrums relative to Hawaii tha't
everyone "from Honolulu" meets with
in going abroad. And for the varied
character of its information it is the
best kind of promotion literature to
mail abroad. Price, 7o cents per copv,
or $8.00 per dozen. Thos. G. Thrum,
COME IN AND SEE
he Clover L
Cooker . . .
YOU CAN COOK IN FOUR UTENSILS FROM
THE GAS USED FROM ONE BURNER.
E. O. Hall & Son, Ltd.
THE E. P. REED & CO.'S LINE OF
, AND THE HOME FOR
LAIRD, SCHOEBER & CO.'S HIGH
Some natty styles in the new shades
of tan have just come in. You will
like the looks of them.
WTe devote our entire attention to
SHOES. Our plan is to buy the best
shoes we can and sell them at a FAIR
PRICE. Come in and look at these
new ones. t
MANUFACTURERS' SHOE COMPANY, LTD.
1051 Fort Street. The Place to Buy Shoes. Tel. 282.
Watches that have proven their superior workmanship and
have "STOOD THE TEST OF TIME."
REPAIRING IN ALL ITS BRANCHES
J. ABADIE - - - Proprietor.
Ladies' and Gents' Washing Done First-class.
Gloves and Ostrich Feathers.
Wool and Silk Made Cleaner by a New French Process.
Charges reasonable. Give us a trial.
258 BERETANIA STREET : : : : 'PHONE 1491
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