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fc M. E. KILLEAN CO., LTD. 3
fc HOTEL 8TREET. 3
Sanitary Steam Laundry
Great Reduction in Prices
having made large additions to our machinery, we are
now able to launder
spreads, sheets, pillowslips,
table cloths, - table napkins,
and towels ::::::::
at the rate of 25 cents per dozen, cash, satis
factory work and prompt delivery guaranteed, no fear of
clothing being lost from strikes, we Invite inspection of our
laundry and methods at any time during busine.ss hours.
Ring Up Main 73
and our wagons will call for your work.
Hawaiian First Degree.
Perfection 14th DeQree.
Hawaiian First Degree.
Mystic Shrine Election.
All Mtlng members of the or
der are cordially InUted to attend
meetings of local lodges.
HARMONY LODGE, NO. 3, I. O. O. F.
Meets every Monday cwuIiik at 7:3U
In Harmony Hall, King street.
C. UHAllLOCK. N. O.
K. It. HENDRY, hecretnry.
All l8ltlng brothers very cordially
MYSTIC LODGE NO. 2, K. of P.
Meets every Tuesday evening at 7:30
o'clock In Harmouy Hall, King (street.
Visiting brothers cordially invited to
H. J. OAt.LAOIlUll. C. C.
A. E. MUlu'HY, K. H-S.
"HONOLULU CHAPTER, NO. 1,
R. A. M.
Meets every third ihursday evening
at Masonic Temple. All visiting com
panions cordially Invited .
A. F. OILFILLAN, E. C.
J. U. TUOKEK, 8ceretary.
Honolulu" commandery, no. 1,
Meets In Masonic Temple on tho sec
ond Thursday evening of each month.
All visiting Sir Knights comteously
A. F. GILl'lLLAN. E. C.
J. I). TUL'ru-.lt. ltecordur.
oahu LODGE, N0."1, K. of P.
Meets every Friday evening at Har
mony Hall, King streetat 7:30. Mem
bers of Mjstlc Lodge. No. 2, and vUli
Ing brothers cordially Invited.
O. ElUCdON. C. C.
ALt ilED ARK.NDT.
K. of H. and S.
NUUANU CHAPTER ROSE CROIX,
NO. 1, A. & A. 8. R.
Meets tho first Thursday In each
month at Masonic Temple. Sojourn
nt and visiting I ithcrs cordially In
vited to attend nil meetings.
M.W". M.. ALMSHT VAN CMKF OEAU
ALLAN II. 8CUIMOEOUH. Secretary.
LODGE LE PROGRES DE
No. 124, A. & A. 8. Rite.
Stated meetings on last Monday of
each month In Its hall. Masonic Tom-
L. do L. WAKD, W. M.
E. n. FItlEL, Sccrotarv
HAWAIIAN LODGE, NO. 21,
F. &. A. M.
Stated meetings first Monday; cadi
month. Special meetings, when called
(will bo noted In this space).
Members Lodgo Lo I'rogres, l'aeifh!
Ixidge and all sojourning brethren cor
WM. il. WRIGHT. W. M.
K. IL Q. Wi.ACE. Secretary.
SubHoribrrs to tho UULLETIX
not receiving thoir pajiors prontptly
will confer a favor by notifying tho
Busincsa OIHce; Telephone 250.
Out window h thin wed. "III
cuntnlit LiiiIIch' nitil Children'!
trimmed luittt nt $1.00 cncli nml
Vmi will need only tn hcc tlicm
to know they nrs tlic prcttlcHt
ItntH to he found iinywlierc, unit
the prices will uluiw tlicm to he
WON'T. MISS THIS 8LE.
Slopes of Punchbowl
Two houses for sale, situated so as
to c omnium! extensive uew, frt.OOO
For Hint on Klnau slre't. Seven
room cottage on good sired lot S3."
valuable bnilness property on
Smith stnet near Hotel street for sale
or ror lease.
suwral building lots on Wilder
nu-inie nml Alexander street, l'unahou,
Immetllatily cm the trolley line.
Castle & Lsnsdale,
ItEAL ESTATE AND
ICooms 50C and 507, Stanrennald llldg.
TEI.FPHONH .MAIN 70
It 5 li L I N AlAKi:
with the latest Improved
Purls uctton and spec
ially constructed to with
Mand the deteriorating
Influences of thU climate.
Made of selected curly
most artistically carved
and finished In LOUIS
XIV STYLE. : J
King St., near Bethel
38 SAFES IN STOCK
Hawaiian Iron Fence and Monumental
CO , LTD.
TF.I 4i MAIN. it KINO STREET
local and general
The hand will play the Mariposa off
Major t'unly returned to llllo In the
This Is hot weather, drink nnlnler
lleer nt iho lMnthcon Saloon.
Tho Honskong Maru Balls for the
Orient nt 5 o'clock this nfternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. I). II Mnconuchle left
for Mnlmkona In the Klnnu yesterday.
Uoincs & McTlghc, successors to Ca
mam & Co., liquor ilralm, O.i King 8t.
A notice relative to the estate of
Chine AM nppears under Hy Authority
The Y. M. C. A. has engage 1 llrfct
first class tenehers tor U evening
The hand will give a concert In
Thomas Square nt the usual time' this
Dr. und Mnt. Kandow rcturneil to
Kimal In the V. O. Hall yesterday af
ternoon. The weekly edition of tho Evening
Uulletln gives n complete summary of
the now ej tho day.
1'reah llltus platen, paper, chor Ionia,
etc., received per Mariposa for tie Ho
nolulu 1'hoto Supply Co.
Choice Clan t BO ust-, Pert, M idilra,
Zlnfaiiilr-I, 75 cintu a gallon at Hon"
schlaegcr Co.'s, King near Ilethel.
You'll risk straining your throat to
get the last drop from a glass of Prlmo ,
I .n Kit Ilecr. Mnile In Honolulu for Ho
notiilans. During J. II, Sehn.ick's absence from
the city, F. Schnark will attend to tho
affairs of the business from .1:30 to S
p. 111. See nd In this Issue.
Honolulu Is an Ideal place for picture
Inking. Honolulu l'hoto Supply Co. Mbark the water frtim melting snow i:r
a'l Idenl place for picture making, llcstjfrom occasional streams. These nat
printing ami developing In tho city. oral ruseirvolr slli's nre- being surveyed
The last performance In the Chines ' " llclr eapaelty and cost uscertnm
,, . -.mi ..!! i ?' The amount of water a allablo iiy
theater, off LI I ha street, vtll be gl yen ,,,. , .,, ,.,,, nu,.lKllr,.,,
on Saturday night. After that, olhrr fntts recorde-d ci ns to ninko It pot
plans will be made Tor the building. I slide to know definitely the benefits to
Yesterday was the birthday of John '' deTlted from the const i net Ion of
E. limb. A number of friends were In ' ""Jf'' l'"ranlle- works.
vlteel to the home on Klnau street ct
terday afternoon and n very pleasant
time was spent.
The hackmin of the city whose
horses do not Income frightened at
the nppioach of electric cars, nre the
oi.ch nowadays unit are getting most nl
the work to do.
Among the pi8icngcis for Maul pints
lu the Clattdlnc jestcrclay afternoon
were the following: Miss M, A. Alex
aniler. E. II. Carley. E. O. Cutting, Mrs.
C. It. Jennings and .1. W. Robertson.
1 lie strainer L"luta alter a verf
tough tilp to Mololcal arrlted last an'' Imniim burned, the driving storms
evenlnif without enr-o or liassencers B0" attack m:d mofe the lesise em til
!.";, !-. i-T"!., ?1. Ki!?" disintegrated. rock, starting It on
tjiif rial in iui iiu i 'inii'itiu tint i
Maul ports this aftvruoon at o'clock.
Don't forget Camarlnos of tln Call
tiirnla Fruit Market wlnli you w Hit
fruit und vegetables. He always Inn
on hit nd n flesh supply of until Califor
nia and Island fruits. Telephone Main
Tho eloor of the ni'nt market on Ala
near tbe comer of Here-
tunln. was found open at about t
o'clock this moinliis. The police went
through the building nun found that
nothing had been disturbed.
John Dewnr & Sons, Ltd., I'erui.
Scotland, have been appointed purvey
ors to Ills Majesty King Edwmd VII.
I'retlous to the appointment they wciv
pureors to her lute Majesty tho
tlueen. See F. A. Schafer & Cu.'s ml
in this Issue.
There is to he a big merlins of the
various committees of liie Y, M. L. A.
In the Association hall tomorrow even
ing. T. Clive Duties wtl! addre&i the
nii'ctliig, utter which the union com
mittee's will dltcuss their work. The
evening will bo ended with n fecial
There wns to bate becu a meetlrg of
tbe Chautaquu Club In the ptrlors of
Central I'nlon church yesterday after
noon but tbcie were not enough ladle's
piesent to make up n quorum. Any
IndlcH desiring to take up the coursa
ran communicate with .Mrs. C. M.
Cooke, secretary of the society.
The big freight steamer Oregonlnn
jrrlyil fiom ban Francisco last even
ing after a Icjbaut trip of nine days.
Sue brings nn ImiUHUte cargo of gen
eral supplies from S.m i ranclse o for
this port. In brr lower hold are many
Ions of structural Iron cor the Young
building. Tho vrn'cl will uu.e a full
cargo of sugar nt thla port und sail di
rect for New York.
The Coroner's Inquest lu the enso
of the Japanese who committed suicide
at Wnlktkl tally yesterday morning,
wns held In the olllee of tho deputy
BherllT nt the police station early last
ew.nlng. The Jury ictuincd n erdlct
to the effect that the Japanese came to
Ills death b) "heinurrnago due to a
Hound Indicted by the ik'cuibed with u
knife held In his own hand with' sui
There was u large nttendunce at the
medlng of tho Ilnwalinn Woman's
Club held at tne homo of Mrs. A. II.
Wood In Nuiimni jesterdny nfternoon.
The' following otlleers were elected for
tho full and winter terms: I'resldent,
Miss Helen Denim; vice president, Mrs.
E. K. Mills; reeordlng secretary. Miss
Elizabeth Holilnsou; corresponding
secretary, MNs Mary Strong; treasur
er. Miss llattlo Aynu.
Mis. Annls Montague Turner and
Miss Stone met with nn uccldeut yes
tenlay nfternoon that might havo
turned out very kcrlous. As It was,
neither of the ladles was hurt. Mrs.
Turner was drlWug down Hotollstreet
and, when ni'iir the corner of' Fort,
her hoifcn became frightened at the ap
proach of an electric car which was
inmtng from behind. The nnlmal hack
ed the rig Into the car, breaking n
number of spokes.
CHAS. D. WALKER,
Designer and Uullder of Hlgh-Qradc
YACHTS, BOATS AND LAUNCHES!
Works, 632 King St.
P O. Box 633. Teleolione. t.ne 312J
TO SAVE THE FORESTS
Dcntcr, Aug. 28. At today's sessions
of tho American Forestry Association
it number of papers were rend and ells
cisucil. "Tho Hydrography of Colo
tndu," was the subject of a paper by A.
1 Fellows of Denver. He said that
the work of the division had demon
.htri.tcd that the flow of the sticams of
th i arid region taking the year
through would furnish more than
enough water for practical use.
A paper by !". II, Newell hydro
gr.irhcr of the (leotoglcul Siivtey, ex
plained the hmrflts to the water supply
of thrMrcst reset vt,n. Ho said:
Full ilevelopmems of the resources
of the stato and especially In the nrld
ttest rests upon a uimple.te utlllratlou
of the water for Irrigation, and power
as well ns domestic supply. Tho e-on
nutation of waters and tie protection
from pollution, both nntttrnl and nr
tlfilclal, rests largely upon the proper
treatment of the oresls at the brad
wrters of the streams. There can ho
no ciuestlou ns to the beneflelnl In
line tire of these forests although the
oxtentotthlslnfluenen may be and still
Is open to Investigation and discussion.
Tiii' forests with the accumulation of
uetntton upon the ground, serve to
bunk the force of . e rain and regit
tat" the run off; excesslte soli erosion
Is to a large extent prevented nml the
waters dtnlneil from the totcsts are ns
a rule free from suspended mineral
matter. The Government has set
abc lit the protection of the forests
upon the heailwater streams of tin
west nml Congress has undi'r consid
eration legislation tending to prnmotn
the construction of lnrge reservoirs
within or adjacent to the forest re
rortett. There lire te ho found upon
the headwaters of the stientns man
valleys whoso outlets can b' closed lit
a dam of moderate height, holding
VJ.ll- 1,1 I1I1T (.Wlllll'a Ul tlllAII'IJ Ullli
, ttnijertnlnty in regard to tlii-se rescn
.volts Is the matter ed silt or seillmeii.
I The llesid wati'ra ndl along san.l.
sr.it el nml even boulders eleposltlng
them wnereviT the c urrent Is check
ed. Ilii-so Hoods, entering the nrllll
rial reservoirs, me brought In a halt
anil quickly lay down their load.
i forming a crating or liver of mud In
the remer.olr. tending to diminish the
storage- capacity if the water (union
from fen est slopes, whero the- soil Is
protected mid held by roots tho
amount of Mdlment may be negligible:
1 hut If. on the other hind, these for
ests .ire cut nway. the iiiidi-rbrush
I lis Journey down tho slopes in he llual
ly caiigiu in cue reservoir neiow. inus
it happens Hint It Is of 111 si Impru Inner
tor the piolongeel lllo of the leservoir
that eery care should be tnke-ii to
perpetuate! the forest cmer upon th"
rntcbinent nrea. wherever this can
nsslii In holding the Roll.
liof. It. II. Forbes ol Tiicron, Ariz.,
mid n paper on "The upi'ii Itunge nml
iiTiKaiioii rnrmer. in wineii ne
it'iiiii'ii nuiue in nil' out. eiie is iipiia
the cattle und nnlrilltural Industries
of overstoe king the rnuges mid siig-
gested remedial legislation.
tffiffl'S Mil ACT
Wlllemhtml, Island of Curnccn, Au
tiiist 111. The exequaturs of all Con
suls or the United Stntcs of t'olonihin
In Venezuela have liei'ii withdrawn.
Colon. Colombia, August 31. Quiet
prevails on tbu Isthmus. The recent
Liberal c-oncentrution In this tlclulty
seems to bate disappeared. Whatever
their numbers, the Liberals nre poorly
armed mid without leaders, luck of .ir
gnnlftitlon for concerted net Ion, and
heme can nvnll themsedres of no op
portunity to ilnmage tno Covernnient.
Cuiiicss rumors uro atlout, hut tho cou
sensii8 of the best Informed. cousr
vntlvo opinion, descredlted icrlous hos
tilities or anything more thun a con
tinuation of the Liberals guerrilla Hj'f..
tern ejf engagements with the (icivorn
'1 ho general situation In Colombia Is
divisible under three heads tho Isth
mus resolutions, the progress lnadu
throughout tho rest of the country and
the situation on the Venezuelan mid
Ecuadoran frontiers. The resolution 1
progressing til the rest of tho countr"
with varying success. The Liberals
hold various towns and districts hut
decline to meet the (Internment pun I
O.io thing Is certain, nil tho govern
mental systems of communication nro
Interrupted or' delayed, and nro unr-:-liable,
and hence It Is Impnslblu tn
secuie redlnblo iiowb on tho coast of
frontier happenings. It Is dllllcult to
draw n Hue of distinction between tho
troops of ono country and tbe retoltl
tlonlsts of tho other.
Various Indications lend tn the hollof
that there wll be no nctunl worfaTe on
tween Colombia and Venezuela.
THEIR LAST RACE
nateman's Point, It. I., Sept. 4. A
breeze of eight knots came up at noon
today. The yachts Columbia and Con
stitution started on a race, ti.e result
of which was expected to aid in set
tllng the question as to which shall
defend the America s cup In tho coming
series for the cup with Shamrock II,
The Constitution came down the bur
bor under three lower sails and club
topsail. She was followed by the Co
liimhla with Jlli topsail set to get out
to. the start on tlmo.
At 12:40 the committee hoisted the
course signal for a fltteen-mlle beat
to windward and return, the courco be
ing south-southwesi wit- tne turning
mark mutinied about four miles rust
of Illock Island. The Columbia cross
cd thn linn tlrst In u line posjtlon on tbe
weather of the Constitution, but tliq
latter, hihtead of following tho old boat
over the linn, worn around and headed
for the Una on thn port fuck, crossing
over a minute after the Columbia. Tho
starting times, as seen from shore:
Constitution, 1:01: SO.
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY
Take taxatlvo Ilramo Qulnlnn Tablets
All druggUts refund tho money If It
falls to cure. K. W. Grove's blguaturci
Is on each box. 25 cents.
The Very HcHt Milk
for liable. I t t
for HtibtcH. t i t
In a word, the "Biby Btntid" Conden
sed Mlllt Is "Best for Babies" becaiKe :
It U a perfect food, making childreJ stoul
It is rut tip In sttrllled glass jar, her
It Is .else) the most economical Infants'
food In the worlJ.
Its purltyind richness Is unexcelled.
Co., - Ltd.
A Few Beautiful Lots
with unexcelled view
over College Hills tract,
Wailiikl and the Ocean.
With g3.nl access : : : :
on Bent TerntH
Gocd Building Lots in
km the Brickyard,
of varied slrs. : : : :
on easy Installments.
During my jhienct from the
Islands mv s n, I'. Schnick,
will rec Ive and receipt for all
money due me Office hours
from ):joto 5 p. in. : : : :
J. H. SCHNACK,
REAL ESTATE DEALER.
is the best and
in the m trk'.-t.
lloiiisier Drug Co,
Ifpesh every day.
I:ir Sulc ut the I I I
FISH MARKET, Stalls 19 and 20
Butcher Shop, Cor. Her. & Alakea
S. BREWER & CO., Ltd.
You'll Risk Straining Your Throat
To Get the Last Drop
From a Glass of
Primo Lager Beer
Made lit Honolulu for Honolutunns
Everybody likes It. Always ask for It.
1178-1184 Union St.
P. O. Box $11. Tel. fit Main
7 V&&8,&'& JZ M&t-(2r-
r GnWrGmm'e "Ij;
' For tliirsty f2fr&ae$
: a-hungered $iomacfCs
JVeary aeaddes. "---
Motor, Carriage' and Machine Co.
unci nil Mn'tlK of Intrlcntc Muclilnc Work.
We Want Your Work.
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I'licme III uc Til.
A natural mineral water and
the purest in the world.
If you are feelinn right, drink
Sauerbrunnen and keep right.
If you are not feeling ripht,
drink Sauerbrunnen aud pet right.
H. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd.
The Pasteur ....
Germ Proof Filter
Is the only Filter on the market that frees the water from all im
purities and eradicates the Germs. The PASTEUR is one of the '
greatest foes to ill health ever invented.
Every Store, Ottice, Hotel, ResUurant and Home should have one without delav
A. R. HAINCOCK &Co
aK FORT ST.
SHREVE & CO., San Francisco,
To facilitate trade with the
purchased or ordered of therh, free
rlonolulu, or returning same to San Francisco. Goods will be sent on
telect'jn to those known to the firm, or v,l" will furnish satisfactory
efe.'ences In San Francisco.
Jewelers, Gold and Silverware Manufacturers, i
Market tt Post 8tH., 8. P.
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irepared to furnish special designs. g
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Stains, Putty and Glass, orna-
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Window Sha'es, Curtain Poles
and l-'lxtures. House Lining, Room
Mouldings, Llnerusta Walton and
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I. O. Box 112.
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of all charges for transportation to