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uvtNiNo nui.t.tJTiN, Honolulu, ii. t., vi:nm:si)ay, no v. c, idoi
Tlio Sclenting American tays Hint
ono of the very heat remedies that can
be applied to n wound made by n rus
ty nail, nml which Is almost Infallible
In Its cure, Is to take n iiunntlty of
jieaeh leaves and beat them to n pulp
mid then apply them to the wound, nml
In n very shoit tlmi' nn Improvement
will bo noted In the wound. Sevnal
persons have tried this lemedy when
all others failed to ghes relief, nnd It
was benellclnl In Its remits. At the!
Hudson of tho yearhen many persons
are Injured by tramping nn n nifty nail
this remedy should bo notud.
M DAD C A I P k: v S3. ri ; t. c n c i
&-tvLi f yriiiLf ;
La Insular of America"
Trade Mark Registered and owned by DaVID LAWRENCE & COMPANY, Ltd.
THE POPULAR STORE
No one who cores tor Honest Uoods at Fair Pi Ices
can afford to pass SACHS' by. You'll be Inter
ested In what u offer to-day.
A splendid nssoitnient of the netve-st
and most nttraitlvo "figure'" and
French Flannels that ou'll be proud
to wear for Shhtwalits. Ilolokns,
The pi lie Is $1.00 per yard.
Fancy Taffeta Silks
But sold at Sach's for
50c per yard
A Tempting Yariety
All Newest Importations
These Capes aie extinguished by
their goodne-ss of quality, newniss of
style, perfection of lit and finish. We
cordially Invite1 ou to Inspect their
Come soon; ihe stock Is complete,
and pilees itinge from $2,50 to $15.00.
f Sachs' Dry Goods Co., Ltd,
THEO. H. DA VIES & CO., Ltd.
A beautiful and dainty assortment.
We wouM like to have you call and
inspect this stock. : : : : :
' 1-1 Hotel Street, neiir Ntiuunu.
General Merchandise. Dry Goods, Groceries
Japanese Provisions, etc
MAGOON BLOCK, MERCHANT hMEET.
E3 . 0- Box 886
; GOO KIM
V PONGEE SILK
. ? POR MEN'S SUITS.
P, O. Boi (95, Till it
The oldest Chi. 'sse Firm in Honolulu.
Deilttl In fzt Silk, in! Grin Llmnt. Chlr.ut nil Jibuti. Good! cl All Klntl.
ic-n Numnu itfttl.
j The Bulletin, 75cts. per month
A Few Good Things
.Are Still Left
We have now a largo stock of tho
above on hand.
CEMENT ROOFINO affords thor
ough fire protection to tho building
nnd is a non-conductor of heat and
No rusting, decaying, warping,
cracking or melting; always flexible,
quickly and easily applied,
I'uro water flowing from tho roof
can bo used for domestic purposes.
Can bo applied on old shingles or
metal roof. Wind and flro proof. For
Hat or steep surfaces.
Wu solicit your enquiries and will
promptly furnUh any Information desired.
HivEaixa. 2 IP
for loiltcH nt 75c ici ynril nnd
meF$mmw? . & -w
Hp!f illilll HI I
3ETH LOW, WHO HAS PROBAFM V BEEN ELECTED MAY OF NEW
m sa m f j isa Ma ra Pa hi pj Ra Pa m m m r j m te to fa m ni pi r- Ha Pa
PAPHS REPE0RTS AND
LETTERS AT MEETING
Treasurer Makts Good Showing
Letter From Mre. De La Porte
Thn regular monthly mcPtltiK of th
Woman'H llnnrd of Mlmloim win held
In tho parliirn of Contrnl I'nlon church
ycdtcnlny nftrrnoon. Pnpcrit, report
nnd lotti re from vnrloim people ciinaK
cil In the work of the Womnn'H Mis
sion were rend. IVnyrrs were olfercl
for the nbxent one.
At Uc request of Mother nice of
Knual, the namo of Mary Itlce, her
daughter, who died In early woman
hood, was placed on tho roll of honor
ary membership. MIm Chamberlain,
who presided at tho meetlnR, stated tho
request. A vott" was silently taken
and the namo was added to the roll by
A letter from Mrs. C. M. llcle. for
merly president of tho Iloaid, and now
In DreHden with her daiiKhter, u.
nad. Mrs. Hyde stated that he
daughter was much linpioved In health
and that they will soon return to Ho
nolulu. Mis. Coan, the treasuier. reported
(24 ns tht collections for the Rener.il
tlcnMiry at the last meeting nnd fltiu
for tho Armenian mission. Of tnis
amount, $100 was Klven by one peaoii.
$30 by another and there were four $"
gold pieces. Mrs. Coan state il that
$100 would have to be paid out by 111"
Hoard for Its ri-sular pledge. .
Mrs. Oullek announced tlia fie inl.i
sionary schooner Carrie and Annie hud
nrrhed safely at I'lrasant Inland In
the Carollno Kroup. The news eami
In n letter from Mia. De j I'orte. This
lady spoke of thn difficult work In
teaching the natives. llatliln was not
n lrtue amouR thu people and most ol
the nntltrh dcsidncd contait with wa
Mrs. (ieorfie 11. MiClellan trail .i pa
per on "MIshIoiis In Central America"
Elvini; In dttall the various attempt.'!
that had been mart" almost since thn
btsinnlns cf the la? J century, to estab
lish Protestantism In Central Amrrle.i.
Miss Hunter prfFUited tho report of
.urk ainon,T the CIiIiicfo In Honolulu,
reading teports from Mis, Wood and
Mis Wliltem.inn. Mrs. So.ites told of
the work iiniunjr the I'rn titn so. li
miting tl dllllciiltleri attendant upon
tnllstin-j any Interest among thtso
people for I'rotcatunt teachings.
The tieasurer announced that a col
hctlon of 511 Jj for the da had been
Pan, halve, removo tho stones from
Uvo ilpo peiiclieB. Stuud cut Bide up
ward on lie, with ono teaspoon fill ot
sugar and throu drops of lemon Jult
In each cavity. Ciaclt ou fourth or
tho stones, chop (nest, kcruols, add to
the wholo sloiiou and simmer. Ptialn.
add ono half teaspoouful of fc'ioiini)
mare and threu tnblespoonluls of su
gnr, stir until tho sugar Is dissolved,
When eold add four tnblespooiiluls ot
lemon Julco, pour ovur tbo peaches,
lvccp on lea until serving tiuiu. Ar
tango tlic peaches on a bed of lettuco
'Ihe Modern Prlzo right .Mr. I'll
.Jeffries " i-alil tho roimrlor, "a nible
inesbagc from Paris says the chain
pion In nyywelght of Kianeo wants tp
light sou." "Well, II he does," leplled
Hie Treat pugilist, 'noil have to do it
In Kimlluh I II bo hanged if I ll learn
Ills language" Philadelphia Pr-t.t.
l PMTIIuitl ii'imunii FniiiRiii
A new ftDd eny iUi 5enu Mampl
aIh And tenu r RFt Kit ft Suuwiilr a,
Pretty IMoco of UnMI'lotftMi-wir). Wriiittlinr.i
Acme Booh Co Ooi 38. Aihem. N Carolina USA
STOLEN SET OF HARNFSS
FROM A JAPANESE
Judge Humphreys Gives Him Limit
of Punishment Juror John
Sheldon is Forgiven
Ah Cii alias Tong Ing alius Ah On
' was put on trial for larceny second de
gree. In stealing a set of harness from
Yokoshlm.i. Mr. Peters appeared for
defendant, while Mr. Douthltt prose
cuted. Tho following Jury was em
paneled: Alex. Kaona. John 8. An
'drade. (iuy Livingstone, .las. M. Sims,
Jos. Illchards, Jag. K. Merscberg, John
W. Smithies IMward Woodward. .1.
A. Noble, II. It. Campbell, Harry S.
Kwinton and Ituby A. Dexter. Judge
Humphreys charged the Jury and they
Ittlred about 4:20 o'clock. They re
turned with a verdict of guilty at 5:0
Judge Humphreys piomptly sentenc
ed the defendant to tho limit, or ono
yenr's Imprisonment at hard labor.
Tho court said tho evidence showed
the prisoner to be a confirmed thief.
Shortly after the Circuit Court open
ed jesterday afternoon, Deputy Attor
ney (lencial J. W. Cathcart made n
statement and moved that John O.
Sheldon, a defaulting Jul or, be excus
ed for the rest of the term and his line
of (10, under which he stood commit
ted, should be remitted. Judge lluni
phrejs gianied thn motion, at the same
time Instiuctlng tho bailiff not to sum
mon Sheldon as a Jin or any more.
In the i use of William Wolfson.
gross chrat, Mr. Illttlug for defendant
withdrew the plea In abatement and a
plin of not guilty was euteied.
That Hacking Cough Is a source of
.lnnoyunie to yourself nnd others, as
well us of dlsticss llv taking a tci
sponnful of PAI!-KILLi:rt In half a
lass of warm water or milk eveiy hour
or two, you will be surprised to Hud
how quickly the rowh will disappear.
Insist upon gi tting the genuine. Sold
In two sires. Price 2.V and T.Oc. Avoid
substitutes, there Is but one Palu-Klll-"i-
' ? Mau
l a urp. Biff nml quick r l ,
There--. ONLY ONE
Tuoftizr". t aa i -k
ANOTHER CAM: fiOINfi
TO THE JURY TODAY
The Piodrigues Jury Committed to a
Hotel Over Night With Piivi-
leje of Returning a Sealed
Cheong Am Yul. Chinese male, and
Asa Wntanabc, Japanese female, were
pliced on trial in the United State
Dlbtrltt Court yesterday afternoon
charged with violating the Kdmund
Act. Deputy District Attorney Dunne
for tho prosecution, rested about I
o'clock. S. P. Chllllngworth, with A.
V. Judd for the defense, announced
that no defensive evidence would bo
offered and was about to addicss the
Judge Kstco Informed the attorney
that he would give hi in more time than
he desired, 'is he need not begin his ad
dress until this morning at 9 o'clock.
He did not want to send the Jury out
Tho Jury consisted of D. 1L Whitman.
V. W. Hobion. Rdwaid Dpkum, V. J.
Hlckey, K. H. Porter, John I). Holt.
V. C. Holllnshead. W. K. Skinner, A.
II. Scraggy. V. II. Uarth. V. O. Smith
and It. II. I.ockwood.
With regard to the July on the Uod
ilgues caso, put since 10:20 that morn
ing. Judge lUteo gave Instructions
aided by stipulations of counsel Mr.
Dunne for the prosecution nnd Crelgh
ton & Corren for the defendant. They
weie to be taken to a hotel for the
night and kept there, as nearly as pos
sible, In one room. Should they agree
on ii erdlct that evening, they might
return sealed to the clerk by the hands
or their bailiff. Hither ihe balliiT or
the Marshal must attend on the Jury
throughout. In case of Hurting a c-r-dlct
in tho meantime, thn Jury were to
appear when the seal was broken at
10 o'clock this morning.
IOOTIIAI.I. API? tNAHMRNT.
At 11 meeting of (lie llawall.in Inter
rolleglato Football Association held
esterday afternoon In tho rooms of
tho Honolulu Athletic Chili, the con
stitution and by-laws were ndopted and
George H. Carter and W. II. Ilabhltt
were appointed offlelal umpires for tlm
season. A committee consisting of
Ocorgu Lucas, Jolin Wlso and V. WU
Ilnmson w.n appointed to look Into
the matter of suitable grounds for
playing. It was decided to charge an
admission of turuty-flo cents to all
league games. Tho season will begin
next Saturday. The Artillery and
Puliation Athletic Club will try con
AT 1H11 . ..
HAWAIIAN TOBACCO CO., Ltd.,
Corner Mcrcluitit ntul Nuiimui StH. . (). It,.v !7!t.
ALAKEA ST., NEAR KING.
bverything Very Touching.
Beautiful garden scene containing coffee trees in full bearing, bananas
anil pineapples, all InslJe. Kve-vbnJy Invited.
Evening Bulletin, T5c per month
Metropolitan Meat Co.,
Fresh Meats and Pish m
by Every Steamer
From the Coast that has Cold Storage.
Choice Beef, Veal. Mutton,
fl Lamb and Pork always
Also Poultry, Salmon and HHllbut.
THjjV EN ING BU LLET I N
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A idCMHies ro advednsess Jjjt&jtjt&ji
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OF NEW YORK.
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For Matur-d Policies 7,W7,6o8.j7
Dividends anj Surttnders 13,609,1 j4. 37
Manager for Haw ilia-. Isl nds. JUDD BUILDING.
THE ORIENTAL LIFE INSURANCE CO., LTD.
J. P. McCOV, PrcHldcnt, '
CAPITAL STOCK $500,000.00.
Tho only Insurance company In tho world Issuing policies in both Ua
ENC1L1SH and CIIINi:SI3 languages. "
Policies contain nil modern advantages of tho endowment and othtf
forms Issued by tho leading American companies.
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TEL. MAIN 75.
HOME OFFICE. 301-302 Stanqenwald Building, Honolulu. T. H.
It's no experiment
when you insist on &'"?. Cyrus Noble Whiskey.
Leave experimenting to others. . Buy goods
that you know arc right.
Por seventy years we, have been trying to pro-"1
ducc the best possible article for the least
The public know it favorably?
It holds the good trade.
It costs no more than other good whiskey
It ij pure and old.
It is distilled from the best selected grain.
It is six years in wood.
It wins on merit alone.
PRICE . .
The Metropolitan Market, King St., Tel. 45.
1 he Booth, Fishmarket, Telephone 379.
Central Market, Nuuanu St., Telephone 104.
$1 00 pep year