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EVEN1NQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU. T. H.. SATURDAY. SEPT. 9. 1903.
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Now that our sale li closing wo aro opening
our new line of School Shoes.
Next week will ehow
A Great Reduction
Our "ANVIL" line of little Gent't and La
92.50 a pair.
retail aj $1.50. $2
with rubber heels, In sixes from 2 1 2 to 6, re-
tall at $2.00
The rubber heel on these make them great
Mclnerny Shoe Store
"HAIR on a Woman's HEAD Is a CROWN of GLORY"
But on her FACE, NECK or ARMS Ahl A terrible and ugly story.
MAJI TREATS WITH THIS "OTHER 8TORY."
Superfluous Hair Is Curable !!!
Are you afflicted with this disease?
Are you still using a RAZ0R7 r
Are you still using a TWEEZER? P
Then you certainly have not used M-A-J-l.
Alexander Grossman, the eminent Hair Specialist, has after 15
years of Research and Experimenting discovered an ABSOLUTE Remedy
for this unsightly Disease.
Guaranteed to de
stroy the coars
est growth or
Guaranteed to be
Injurious to the
' And We Can Prove It
The above Is not the result of magic, but of this Wonderful Discovery
named MAJI. '
This photograph Is but one of the THOUSANDS of cases that MAJI has
MAJI Is endorsed and recommended by the most reputable Physicians
as the ONLY Remedy for PERMANENT removal and destruction of SU
MAJI Acts Quickly and Permanently.
The action of this Wonderful Compound commences Immediately on Its
application to the parts-afflicted. It does not burn, the Hair thus making It
return more coarse and bristly than aver; MAJI goes to the root of the Evil;
It destroys the CAUSE of the growth; It destroys the factors favorable to
Its growth; MAJI cures by destroying the PRODUCTIVE conditions that
cause this Disease.
If you want to be Cured, If you wtnt to dlepsnsc with the Razor, If you
want to discard the heavy veil you are compelled to wear to conceal this
humiliating, unsightly blemish, send for a bottle of MAJI now, at once, and
It will be mailed to you (postage prooald) In plain wrapper.
Address: Dr. Grossman, "Personal."
161 COLUMBU8 AVE,
NEW YORK, N. Y.
Remember MAJI Is Guaranteed to Cure or Money Refunded.
FREE Valuable booklet "The Key to the Problem" oent on request
The Turkish Remedy Go,
THERE IS 0 SUBSTITUTE FOR A WOVEN WIRE BED.
The Woven Wire Bed has becomo so deservedly popular that 999 out of
every 1,000 beds sold are of that make. Why? Because, when properly
constructed, It has excellences possesced by no other. A level, flexible top,
no gaps, will always resume Its shap after use. Its supports, however,
must be rigid. Wire or hoop Iron wl'l not support a spring bed.
When you buy one of Bailey's Rist and Vermin-proof Wire Beds, you
get an article very close to perfection. For sale In the Furniture Stores
and at the factory on Alapal St. Tel. Main 1661.
QUARTERS ARE CRAMPED BUT
SCHOLARS ARE NUMEROUS
PRINCIPAL RICHMOND WRITES
DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
OF NEEDS FOR COMMER
ar Co .
The following letter from the Prin
cipal of the now llllo High School was
rcud yesterday at the uoara m l'uullc
Instruction meeting. It shows that lll
lo Is quite up to the high school Idea
and the work Is going on favorably:
llllo, T. II.. Aug. 31st, 1305.
My Dear Mr. Davis: Arrangements
bere for starting school aro now ad
justed to the satisfaction of all con-
rernca. incso arrangements nave
doubtless been fully described by Mr.
Severance. Tho quarters left for tho
high school In the Union School build
ing arc somewhat crampod, but per
fectly possible. Miss De)o has been
extremely kind In helping In every
possible way. ,
There nrc greater possibilities for a
Ugh school In llllo than I Imagined "rt'riSU J
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HONOLULU STOCK EXCHM I
HONOLULU. September 7. I80C.
NAME OF STOCK
C Brcwtr & Co
Fi Plantation LA
Hawaiian Atrlcultur'l Co!
tfaw L.om sugar v.o
Hawaiian Sugar Co
Hononul Sugar Co .
Monokaa Sugar Co
Haiku Sugar Co ..
Kahuku Plantation Co.
Kirwl Plantation Co LtJ
Klpahulu Sugar Co
Koloa Sugar Co ..
Onomta Sugar Co
Ojkala Sugar Plant Co
Olaa Sugar Co LtJ
Olovalu Co. ...
Paauhau Sugar Plant C
PaclCc Sugar Mill
Pals Plantation Co ..
PtpMkco Sugar Co .....
Pioneer Mill Co
Walalua Agricultural Ce
Walluku Sugar Co ....
Walluku Sugar Co Scr
Walmanalo Sugar Go
Wa'anai Mill Co
InUr-hlana Strain N Co
Hawaiian Eltctrlc Co
Hon R T & L Co Con
Mutual Telephone Co
Oahu K St L Co ..
llllo Railroad Co ....
Hon. II AM. Go.. ..
85 87 1-t
will be eighteen fully nronarod stu
dents doing regular freshmnn lilga
school work, fourteen In eighth grade.
and twenty or more seventh grade.
There will be n few (how many I enn't
s.iy) In sophomoro standing. To hold
those students In high school worJt
proper, and encourage others to come,
It Is nbsolulcly necessary to offer com
mercial work. I find a majority of tlifl
students hao had soma commercial
Instruction and arc expecting It. Upon
tny nssmanco that such wo'rl; would ho
given several students who were book
ed tor elsewhcie have concluded to re
main In llllo. I believe Mr. .Smith Is
thoroughly competent lo handle nn
commercial work. Had wo some type
writing facilities we could give tha
Hanry Waferhouse Trust Co. Ltd,,
Stock and Bond Brokers,
Offices: Cor. Fort ana Merchant 8U
Telephone Exchange No 4.
Ewi Plint Co 6 n c
Haiku Sue at Co ft nc .
Hw Com & Sue Co 5 pel
niw :.iEir Loopc .
mio kklo ion op c.
Hon R T & L Co 6 p c.
KahLku Plant Co 6 p c.
Oahu U ft L Co ft t c .
Ojhu Sugar C06 pc wl
wiaa sugar Loopc,
P4U Plant Co ......
Pioneer Mill Co 6 r c
Walalua Attic Co 6 pc'
1,0 0,040 1
1 6 J-4
4 1 -a
Lateet sugar quotation 3.86 cents.
SUGAR, 3 86
LONDON BEE1S 8s 8 1-4(1
Geo. P. Thielen,
STOCK AND BOND BROKER.
Member Hon. Stock and Bond Ex
920 FORT ST. TEL. MAIN 12.
Stocks and Bonds Wanted
I have demands for all telnd of Securities.
List your Stocks end Ronds with me and I
will secure you the highest prices.
Geo- P. Thielen Broker,
' A MADE-TO-ORDER SUIT
FOR LESS MONEY
THAN A READY-TO-WEAR
THE FASHIONABLE TAILOR, 18 MAKING FROM ENGLI8H TWEEDS
A Business Suit For $15.00
Silk Lined Tuxedos For $25.00
PERFECT FIT GUARANTEED. Corner ALAKEA and MERCHANT 8T8.
GOlNG-l GOING!! GONE!!!
The Original firmed that "kills tho
Quite Homely Quite Attractive,
The nomnn with homely features will
nor. iack aurncuveness ir. ncr ncaa is
crowned Willi an abundance of beau-
HOLLISTER DRUG CO., SPECIAL
Applications at Prominent Darher Shops.
tlful hair. llut. on the other hand,
the llnest contour ot female fnco
loses much ot Its attractiveness It the
hair la scanty or looks diseased. The
danilruft microbe causes dull, brittle
or lustreless hair with later dandruir,
ItchlnK scalp and falllns hair. New
bro's llerplcldo destroys this enemy ot
beauty nnd permits tho hair to grow
ns nature Intended. A dellRlitrul hair
dressing. Glrca wonderful results.
o oil or dye.
Jr k OT M f M
Wi s ft I r
YOU CAN BUY
Every Wednesday and Satur
Variety of Vaudeville Acts. Changes
In bill each week.
Performance begin at 8:45 o'clock.
Admission to grounds and theatre,
254?! Reserved seats 10J extra.
Telephone Main 361. Territorial
Messenger Service, for reserved seats.
Tliey will be left at the Zoo ir you
BOOKS FOR CHILDREN
H H M H M H H M H H H H
phi i mAifr AffiTiAiiii nniiuk r.-s.
Hit ItUUtll itUIIUHAL Hltlb!
HERE 20 PER CENT. LESS THAN YOU CAN FROM OTHER
HERE ARE PRICES ON 8HINOLE3 THAT
Talk For Themselves
NO. 1. 6 2 CLEAR SHINGLES J3.50 PER M
No. 2, 6 Z STARR SHINGLES S.-U run "
OTHER MATERIAL JU8T AS CHEAP. BIG 8T0CK OF
DOORS (Northwest and Cedar), SCRt-EN DOORS, SASH AND
C. B. REYNOLDS.
ALAKEA 8TREET, MAUKA BAILORS' HOME.
LOCAL ND GENERAL
I!. T. auaril of llllo is In the city.
i:. U. l'axtoii has letumcd from Ha
waii. Olft Week at Wall, Nichols Com
Head the Bulletin's latest offer on
Hon. It. P. Daldwln arrived today
In the Klnau.
11. K. Picker returned from llllo In
the Klnau today.
A. Lldgnte arrived on the Klnau to
day from Hawaii.
Henry Hind was an Incoming Klnau
passenger this morning.
Armstrong's Taro Klour, at 1214c
For sain by nil groceries.
Delicious pies like your mothet
made. New England Dukery
Miss Warland. trained nurse, does
jifllce work and hourly nursing.
Tno best and cheapest Btovo wood
In tho city. Pacific Transfer Co.
After all others fall try Arlelgh &
Co.'s new process rubber stamps.
You ran get fine meals nnd liquors
t the Cobweb Cafe, Alakea stieel.
It. W. Shingle and W. A, Kinney re
turned from Hawnll this forenoon.
Neatly furnished rooms at the Pop
ular. V. $1.50 and 12 per week. 124!)
Camera views, Paradise of the Pa
clfir, on sale at all news dealerj and
Major Mllsaps of tho Salvation
Army was a passenger in the Klnni;
from llllo today.
lubber tlp for furniture effectually
protect polished floors. Tho Porter
Furniture Co. keeps them.
Look out for announcements of
Illom's Brent moncy-saUng feature for
next week. It will bo a winner.
French or Ucrman taught In S weeks.
Satisfaction guaranteed. Fcr particu
lars nddrcss L. Mathews, Y. M. C. A.
John T. Molr. Mrs. J. T. Molr, Miss
r. Molr and Miss L. Molar arrived l'l
the Klnau from Hawnll this morning.
Miss Power Is showing soma stun
ning new full styles In millinery at
her millinery parlors, lloston building
First class tickets to all station on
the Oahu Railroad, nnd Halclwa coupon
tickets aro now on sale at tho olllcc
of Trent & Co., 938 Fort street.
You should uso "Excellent" flour for
the simple reason that none other gives
such satisfaction or makes such good
brc.d. California Feed Co., agents.
'ilio correspondence class of tbo Y.
1'. !). C. K. meets at tho homo ot Miss
May Pnty this evening at 8 o'clock. A
Mirdlal Invitation Is Issued to all In
terested. Judge Lindsay hag ordered default
lo bo entered in the divorce case of
August Johnson vs. Emma Johnson,
giving the llbellant custody of tb
Honolulu Christian Science Associa
tion, room 1, Elite building. Sunday
services 11:00 a, in.; Wednesday even
ing meetings, 7:30. Subject of lesson
t-ermon, Sept. 10, "Matter."
Mrs. Lulia Kalaukoa announces that
she is prepared to nil your order for
cut (lowers. Fresh, beautiful bou
quets, fern wreaths ot all Kinds nnd
evergreens at a very reasonable price.
Telephone White 1052.
Admiral 0. C. lleckley, purser of
the Klnau, reports tho following sugar
awaiting shipment on Hawaii: Oliu,
($00; Walakea. 3200; Hawaii Mill, 1900;
Walnaku, 10,700; Hnkalau. 11.000; Ho
noKaa. lfiTO; Kukulhaele, 2,000.
Superintendent Davis ot the Depart
ment of Public Instruction states that
while the new Normal School will open
next Monday It will not bo formally
dedicated until later, as arrangements
are necessary to prepare tho various
Supcilnlendcnt ot Public Instruction.
Davis has arranged! with President
Plnkham of the Hoard of Health to
have the children of the city's puhlla
schools physically examined by physi
cians, who will visit tbn varlouH school)
In tho near future.
0 W II. King nnd his wife. Anna
Louise King, have brought suit against
Amy L. Clark, sometimes called Mrs.
A. L. King, from using tho latter name.
Mrs. Clark was formerly married to
King but was dlvorred from him. Lat
er on sho married Clark from whom kho
was alto divorced.
The steamer Klnau nrrlvcd from llllo
and way ports shortly before 10 o'clock
Ibis morning with a cabin full of pas
sengers, considerable mail tint! the fol
lowing cargo: 2 horses, 12 bundles'
hides, 28 plgR, 20 empty kegs, 44 cords
of wood, 45 bags of taro, 18 cases frultM,
15S packages of sundries.
ffC -MT5J 'Ivy sW
There's nothing stale or Insipid or flat
They're made right and bottled
right. You can rely on them being
fresh every time and cheap at the
price every time.
W -j-aV pJAs!CTIstsJasJBaVAt?'B
If it Isn't pcrforniinji its duty
as it should, give it to skillful
hands and have the fault reme
died. Wc repair watches with a skill
only obtained by years of prac
M. R. COUNTER
A FINE, MELLOW
91.00 PER BOTTLE.
BOTTLED EXPRESSLY FOR THE
FAMILY TRADE BY
Lewis & Company,
LEADING GROCER 8.
Telephone 240. 169 King Street,
THE GERMAHIA LIFE
Of NEW YORK
Excells in point of
the result of well-directed efforts
and prudent, conservative and
economical administration of Its)
43 YOUNG ALUS.
The various models of 1905
of the QUEEN automobile are
each marvels of perfection,
combining to the highest de
gree simplicity, reliability,
power and durability all es
sential features In an automo-
SGHUMAN CARRIAGE CO,
Automobile Warehouse on
Merchant St. between Fort
and Alakea Sts.
) .j. Jj j- j j -j- .j. .j. .j- , -j.
We have Just received a large shipment of a new spring.
These Springs are In five sections, each section weighing but
nine pounds; It can be handled with ease by the frailest woman
i or child, and they are durable and sanitary. Call at our store
and Inspect for yourself. No such Spring ever sold on the Isl
ands before. A good Spring and prices LOW.
our assortment of books for children
Is unequalled In town. Works by the
leading writers of Juvenile literature ,i
may always be found on our coun- fil
ters. Following are a few of the
young people's favorites that we have'j-J
now on hand; 't
Five Little Peppers.. Margaret Sidney jr,
My Girls Louisa M.'Alcott Jj
My Boys Louisa M. Alcott vt
jan of the Windmill.. Julia H. Ewlng 0
Robert Louis Btorrason ftSAreftftR
Six to Sixteen Julia It. Ewlng
Twice Told Tale Hawthorne
THE COYNE FURNITURE COMPANY, Limited,
Hotel and Union Streets.
P-in.ifs and Water Llllles i school a tremendous impulse. I know
Pansles and Water Lll e. ........ i.erfectl- thBt yuu want me to uo con.
I itari'iiHia In tn vrwrimmnfiilnllnnB nnrl
AND A HOST OF OTHERS.
HAWAIIAN NEWS CO., Ltd.
YOUNG BUILDING 8T0RE.
"For Rent" card on sale a Bulletin.
I realize tho necessity; but I feci Justi
fied In saying that expenditure in no
other direction could ndd so much to
tho efllcleucy and reputation ot tho
. Very sincerely yours.
FRANK A. RICHMOND.
There Is no limit to the fun you can
hare with a kodak. A camera Is In
valuable on an outing for things are
sure to happen which photographed
will furnish a souvenir of a pleasant
time which will be treasured lor yean
Honolulu Photo Supply Co.
Fine Job Printing-at tha Bulletin.
Mrs, Kern's Factory
for all Island specialties. Mango Chut
ney, Papala Marmalade, Guava Jelly,
Poha Jam, Etc., Etc.
are effectually provided for by
the use of one of our little)
home savings banks. One
ycu have one of these little)
safes In your home It become
a habit to drop a coin in M
We allow 4 1-2 Interest on
all deposits, computed twice)
FIRST AMERICAN SAVIN6S &
TRUST CO. OF HAWAII, LTD)
LORD & BELSER
General Contractors and Teaming.
Bridges, Steel and Concrete and Sewer
Work. Guarantee first-class work at
Also curbing, crushed rock, black
and white sand, soil or filling material
at lowest rates. '
OFFICE AND YARDS.
'.SOUTH and KAW&IAHAO
Telephone Main IBS.
"For Rent" cards on sale at Bulletin.
Fine Job Printing at The Bullet!-
I I'Olltl FIT
f TO ME COURT
Tho question of tho authority of the
Supervisors of Hawaii to appoint
policemen In that County will be taken
lo me supreme uouri on motion ui
Supervisor Fernandez who, at a meet
ing ot the Hoard this week, put In tho
follow Ins. whlcu was carried:
"I hereby movo that the Chairman of
the Hoard of Supervisors appoint a
committee ot threo supervisors, one ot
whom shall be tha Chairman ot tho
Hoard of Supervisors, whoto duties
elinll bo to take all necessary legal
proceedings to test tho legality ot tho
niuinlnlmnnld liv thft Tlnnrd rt Riinnr.
lsors and by the sheriff of the CountJ '
of Hawaii of certain police oiucers and
other subordinate ofllcers of tho County
of Hnwali now acting ns such, to pros'
ecute under the laws of the Territory
ot Hawaii and tho ordlnanccsot this
County nil officers of this County who
hao not been regularly appointed uj
law. It shall bo the duty of said com-'
mlttee, and said committee Is hereby
especially authorized to employ Bpeclal
attorney on behalf ot the County for
n reasonable compensation for his ser
vices and to authorize him to com,
nienco and prosecute any and all Hie-,
gal proceedings In this behalf." i
I.lttlo Willie "Do jou always cry
when your papa whips you?" Little
Johnny "Yes, of course; then mammu
gives mo candy." '
SEE OUR, WINDOW DISPLAY
CARRIAGE and DOOR MATS
In Many Sizes.
E. W. Jordan & Co., Ltd
11 37 Fort Street