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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T, H., WEDNESDAY. FEU. 21, 1908.
County Fathers Kill
SAM JOHNSON'S MOLOKAN TRIP
Present at the meeting were Super
;ilHS;! Health of American Women
visors E. It. Adams, In
T. Moore. Prank Archer.
Andrew Cox and John Lucas, County'
Clerk Kalauokatanl, Stenographer,
Aea, Electric Light Superintendent V
I.. Prazee, Crlmlnaloglst II. T take,
K. II lllvcns, L. Parrlsh, Judge W J.
Hoblnson, Clerk UulTandenU, Engineer
Cere and members of tho press. i
At 10:30 the Hoard adjourned until
the 27th. Tuesday next. I
AND LACE WAISTS
A Subject Much Discussed at Women's Clubs
The Future of a Country Depends on the
Health of Its Women.
GOOD BASEBALL PROMISED
There will be two fast games of base
In long and short sleeves. Fine, stylish and very reasonably pric
ed. (See Deretanla Street window.)
NEW VOILE SKIRTS
With and without drop skirt, no two alike, very stylish;
FROM S7.50 UPWARDS
Handsome White Silk Suits
made of wash and Taffeta silks, very stylish.
Spring Styles Of Ladies Covert Coats
Just a sample line, very nobby and stylish.
Latest .Novelties In
. Chiffon Scarfs And Veils
In the new painted and embroidered effects.
NEW POINT DE 8PRIT VEIL8 AND CHANTILLY 8CARFS.
Wash Crepe De Chine
Somethlnj new, suitable for afternoon or evening wear, colors
grey, champagne, Alice blue, brown, pink and royal
25J PER YARD.
New Mottled Voiles
Very sheer and pretty. Washable; In brown, blue and black.
20 PER YARD.
Very new, for skirts and suits, In white and champagne.
35J PER YARD.
Satin Striped Tissue
In elegant printed effects, new material and new designs.
25d PER YARD.
New Mercerized White Goods
Handsome designs In silk effects.
NEW DRESDEN RIQDON3.
N. 8. SACHS
Dry Goods Company Ltd.
CORNER PORT AND DERETANIA STREETS.
I jj&- imseea
IJHpy quality I
I i RAINIER BOTTLING WORKS I
BBft Honolulu. Phone White 1331 J
UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT.
SACH8' DLOCK, COR. FORT AND DERETANIA 8TREET8.
MODERN furnished apartments, single rooms and suites. Electric
Htjht and running water In all rooms. Excellent bath-rooms are a feature
of this establishment.
The second floor will be available shortly and applications for furnish
ed or unfurnished rooms on this floor are now being received.
VISITOR8 FROM THE OTHER I8LANDS WILL FIND THE
MAJESTIC A COMFORTABLE HOME
TELEPHONE MAIN 244. .
Do You Think?
That's what makes and saves money. Just THINK of Telephone Main
147 when you want your clothes attended to.
HONOLULU CLOTHES GLEANING GO.
J. F. COLDURN 111, Manager. Office, KAPI0LANI BUILDING.
1906 EXCLUSIVE 8UITINQ8
$20 to 30 per Suit
Supervisor II. T. Moore's plumbing
ordinance, at the Supervisor's meeting
last night, was killed by a vote of four
to two, t.ucas and Mooro voting for It
and Adams, Archer, I'ncle and Cox
voting against It. The latter three de
clared that the proposed ordlnonco
was class legislation.
I.ucns hoped that If the ordinance
passed thero would not exist a sim
ilar condition of nfTalrs as had existed
In tho matter or tno horsoihocrs ex
amlnatlons. Ho spoko of the gently
man who hail tho examination of Jan-
oncso applicants coaching applicant)
for licenses before the examination, so
they would be suro to pass,
Chairman Adams was of the opinion
that the ordlnnnco would be expensive
to tho County and the examination
might prevent many good men from
following their trade. He declared he
knew that It certain men were to be
examiners there would be certain oth
ers who would never be passed
Mooro stated mat tne wca or tne
ordinance was to Insure sanitary
plumbing. If tho Inspector at tho
uoara oi neaiin nan io iaKe mo exn.m-
lnatlon now ho would fall to pass. It,
was his Idea that the Health Uoard'8 '
?lU.'.nb ?? l!!"?.',011 K.5V' ?,
UAB3 II1U VAUIUiltULIUIl, illini.iB on,..
tbcro was nothtng In the ordinance so
the County would amount to little
more than tho cost of printing ccrtlf.
Sam Johnson's Trip,
. The Hoods Committee. Lucas and
Ailams. rctiorted havlnir given Dermis-
3ou to uoad S
to go to.Kapaa
Kaiis. to act as
be gono sovcrnl
...i .i...i.i i.... i..n .br, ...Ithnnt
k .. f it.o hn.r.1 onm
nettlne 1280 per month to work for
tho County, not for private corpora-
tlons or Individuals. Lucas said It
wa but right to assist people trying
to do the country good. J. H. Castle
was spondlng 120,000 to get good pco-
'!.. I,r l,o m. n nhllnnthrnnlat. nnil
!i" i.-.'. .i. ti. ,.i,i ,t ttn. i
I'UBiuu uo inui uiiuvi iii.i....... M.-y
"If Mr. Cnstlo.had brought AmcrL
can citizens Into tho country ho would
Lucas said tho Molokans had takun
Mitton. y B g American
While the discussion proceeded
nTaVnear?.,,!rnCox ' by way' "oi
mmnmnhl. and .mer'vl.o
i ,,Sh fnm ?end the note b
Lucas, both of whom read tno note no-
upcrvlsor Ham Jonnson arrangements witn tne nan rranciscu - ." - "";,.. n Ti ii ..
, Kauai, with the Molo- Hrldge Co. tor the nlllng of ccrUln ' i" i' r , 't x, ' m a"?,M'fr
Russian Interpreter, to land makal of the Ala Moana road " '." Moro; . Moore. II. .
days. ind Walklkl of tho Territorial Sower "'" . S"""'". '
,. , . .kn .....V. Piinn. ni. Qtnlln,, lln IIi,iiii..I ,1... WW". 11. IIIUI .MI8, . O. j.lU-L'r. J.
,?nS r 15 ?rli H?n in Lni p;claly ,l0 lney ca" '"'''' '" hu "odge. .Mrs. S. J. Horry. Miss J. Mor
fn B Johnson t'o S m c . with 'Wny 8lant pOWdcr '" belng i'"cd a th0 row' Mr- Bni1 S,ri'- Nor. Miss Nay
!, ?m rr.nLn r!i! ,,",, ,'unr,''' 0veus hnvo 1":CH lor. ' Frcdcrlckson. II. Mnckensle. J.
our approNol. Cox so moved, refer wrecke,i i,y tll0 anopk , realdents rm,t, n fnhn a i.ii.v.i,i ii p
a.law tlay ltfl na tia rv rt .lm t h a m f-
It was carried Moore . alono
.iniJ it a,onui
1 ';"' j
tlon, and It w;
:r"ryv .7.;. .:.;., ,i";.ift,T
Adams thought tho action
EIIUU1U CUII1B 1IUIU IUI1 1IU.IIU III II
whole. It was so arranged, tho Hoard
come from tho Hoard as
An.malnn ,l.n In, (I.... i 1 1. a Anntv.n,
lliuuiniUA liiu iVIfiitn wl t,lc iwiiiimi.
and llll'J was appropriated to cover
Lucas reported on bids for tho con-
croto bridge on tho Pall road, Koolau
sldo. The contract was let to L. M,
Whltehouto, tho lowest. bidder by 1110,
his bid being IC.CO. Mooro asked It
liiV uiu imu uvvil iimui; uu iiicciucuiiuua
revised by tho County Lnglncer. It
had. Mooro moved that "the Blgna-'
turo of the Chairman and County
Clerk bo sufficient to bind tbo con
Lucas thought there should be a
...... 1. H.lAn !.,.... A .....
miiu ill iiiuumj, liimcni ill mo
work, to servo without pay In the road
!rl .n ll 'LIS Z winning
htoirt mm K&
ML,"a.dTwan. ZZt to him;
Countv eZlTrvl'eT ' S'V'nB tb
County good service.
Expensive Park Expert.
Lucas said Park Kxpert Hoblnson
was hero and would remain a month.
Moom thorn-tit it a nreitv nxnenglvu
proposition, $300 to bring him here to 0co- Kekauoha of Kooluuloa, saying who Is expected to orrlvo on the "So
spend only ono month. He should np- ne was rascal, wrote to say that he noma" today, will be welcomed to Ho-
pear before tho Hoard and make som
kind of an explanation as to what bo
oxnected to do. it had been exnected
that ho wbb hero for a definite work
tor tho Iloard. Lucas said a meeting
between Robinson nnd the Hoard could
be arranged, He thought Hoblnson
could do what ho had to do within a
Lucas reported that roads would be
, - .
Think of a alinplo mlataka In a
lontlnc tens of tliounauda of Uvea per year.
Hut It la n fuel,
i:ery third or fourth peraon will admit
"a little kldnoy troublo." Wo are audden-
ly waklntc up to the fuel that the deaths
trom this cuuao are over o,ooo per yenr.
nnd that It la Ilrlsht'a Ulaeuan. Dr.
Iomla of llcllevu.1 Hospital, declnna
nliic-tentha of peoplo over id hove somo
torm Of Ilrlsht'a Ulaeaae. ond tho Health
Coniiniaaloner of Clilcaito. In October, 190J,
showed that six per cent, of tho adult
youns of that city hu It.
And tho cenaua ahowa that out of 63,013
deaths from kidney troublo In the yenr
uriKht.' .lacaio""" . " w uu
unnt la to Im) dona 7
SmHs'ir!rC.',i)lt.0ea.?."a,c' l u nt
There u only ono pecifta known, vu
rn non n iienui uompoumi lor iinsni uu
case, Recovery It almost certain, nenrly
nmicnins rcovennir, ask tor remarK
aula DooKiet tnat inciuilrs no cases excel
inose mat were aunnoHcii to tn lncurnb
lTliis booklet is ror lliouiEhUUI people,
HONOLULU VIXUQ CO, Local Agents,
In good condition for the Kloral Par-
odo on Washington a birthday
The Hoard received from tho road
department n detailed statement of ex-,
penses for January. Payrolls amount-
ed to JIO',886.26, and material and sup-
piles, 10,612.10, making a grand total
of $17,498:30. On February 1st, thero
was n balnnte of 11.61. I
Adams Lane Kicks,
Lane Kicks. I
Itolilrnt-. of Ailnms lane, without
signing their names, receiving no at-
tuition ucrnusc or mis omission, wruta
to ask that Adams lane get a "little
of Improvements and clcanll-1
It hnd not" been swept In many
months, whllo Garden lane, with but
uiuitwiD, niinu uniuvu im.i;, "in, uiiv
two residents, gets frequent cleanings.
E. O. Hnll & Son wrote to say they
had wired for wire, as called for by
the electric department.
Tax Auiiur Ak H-ln.
Tax Assessor Holt drew the Doaid'J
attention to tho law on collection of
taxes. He thouEht the Hoard could
'assist In collection from County em-
invo ntUmi to nn nn,i ihmhi
Archer sold a Government enmlnvs
.hni,i . Ml ,,. n. i, nr.,.
cm ' '. i.,i.. n.. ....i.
.., thcBln;ost mpaasablo condition In
which the western end of Judd street
Is," requesting that the road bo finish'
ed to correspond with the rest of Judd
treet. Iltferred to tho roads commit-
Bishop Estate's Offer.
uuperintenucni of J'uuiic worKs
Mnnerlnlnn.lnnl nf Pnl.lln V,irli
Holloway wrote to say that the trus-
tees of the Bishop estate hac mado
Hlshoo estate hac mado
envprnmir.l nhniil.l nr-nnlro lllln In llili
iiiirh. Th iilahnn itnto wn. witiimi
to deed u strip 1U feel In width from
the Ala Moana lo deep water, providing
u sewer Is constructed within two
Lucas moved that the Hoard ask tho
Public Works to proceed to ncqulro the
ut,tn I ho Ciuinlv l lint In llii. ..,
f..;.i ,..n.. ...i..Y. i. 1
iVi)Uury iiukku '" rBUMlHO pruuuc-
B portion of the sewer department
wl.ll,. throwing the expensive and un-
.emunerative part of the system on ,
(he County. Ho thought the County
fch01"" hV?. U' Wh,e B0Wer ,J"U""
or none of I .
-1V,ld."nU,"of Ka.Thl iMh Preclnc.,'
W cond"")n ' ,h r01" bo-
K'nnlnS w'"'.thP lton of School
,,r;.Rt " la Asylum up to tho
K,.i,,.t inn in iniihi v.tt.v p..
nre,u1"uIe t0 rnl8 ""V fowl 'e
explosions provent egga from hatch-
llcferreil to tho ronila r,immllliM.
though, In the opinion of somo It
""""u "ave lieen referred to tho
millet on piL'i nnil fitluir .vtilfmli,..
a vju..i ..- i ii.
w . .. . . ,
cetved and read for
l ' '''
arc tights, as lollows:
Coiner of Quarry and the road lead-1
ing from the old Ushmnn quarry to
.. ...i.w i. i..i nun i n :. Ninnion Mr nmi ira
Corner of Young nnd Koeauinoku Per steamer Claudlno: T. C. Hur
st reeta. (Pawnii Impnivemcnt ClulD.'lilnghum, D. H. Davis, 0. V. Curr,
On Young street, Wnlklkl of Keeau-'MIss 11, Nnuknnn, M. A. Pcrrclra, M.
moku street, near Aloha lane, (Pa-
,..-. Inim0venicnt flubl
B,a, "L '."w,"1,. .".'
.MUdou. Heights Ave. and Manou
road; Manoa road, near Manoa Golf
Club; Manoa load, near premises of
Mra. Mary Caulle. (Manoa Improve
ment Club). Judge Hoblnson person
ally appeared to urge the Manoa Im-
,,rn..t ni.,1.'. ...l,l u....
oar.iy ot lha iiaian Electric Co
may ave the gratuitous use of poles
.0' lh company now maintained on
' ? ry" of Maa ' ,or wlro"
I Light petition, were referred to tha
I Wudo Wnrren Thayer, attorney, who
mail charges against Deputy Sheriff!
was ready to back up his statement
"t not to circulate a petition for
Kckauoha's removal. The Board had
written Thayer that it would tako ac
"n u ne presented a petition as, pet
requirements of the County acL Lucas
thought somo Investigation should bu
"'""ei Thayer s letter was filed anil
,or tne present the matter enus there.
To CIrdle Punchbowl.
I Secretary Wood of the Promotion
' rnnitnltlon fiitnr nliincr nn .itilatlA frnm
the Prospect Heights Improvement
Club, with the Commltteo's approval.
The Improvement Club suggested
the extension of Prospect street to
t'unribowl road on tho Cwa side out
1 Ur,n.1l,nu I rin.l n. n ....In, h....h l.n
ea,tiiL,AXn, Loan" cn' Estato 111,376 00
fr?"-.?1. I'-xperlmcnt Station on to,.,., on sncurltlns other
Walklkl side, thus completing tho clr- ,,, ,,, ,?uin,
enlt of Punchbowl nilillnir a linniill fill ' l . . . ''"ale
V i uncilUOWl, uauing a DoailUlUl nca, EiMo
driveway to the town, Itererrcil to Kurnlture and Plxturcs . . .
roads committee. ',, .. nnnl nn.l ninW
Colleue Hills residents netltloned, ' UanKS and Hank-
, " "C?e.,'"',, fe"aen petitioned I crs (
for 8 CleCtrlC lights. friiin frnm ll nthoi- annrena
Someone remarked that Manager
n..i... .i. n h t..,....i. f.
"'.V": , ' V" Z.T ....."'"
resided In the College Hills tract,
Complained of Peck.
. Men of Walkane and Kualoa com
I ,ifen.ofu V .Vnrt . com:
l plained that Hoad Overseer Peck uand
t0 fn hU prlvnte work and
then put them on tho public payroll.
Moore and Lucas Btated that Mr. Pock
had explained that It was all a mis
lake; tho foreman had put the men on
the payroll by mistake; i'eck had used
tho men, two 'of them, but expected to
pay them out of his own pocket.
ball played at tire park tomorrow and
thoso who llnve 23 ccn,s ' "I"1"'1 wl"
certainly get n good afternoon's enter
Tho All-Portugueso team will meet
' Ulnmond Heads In the first gnmc
."' win bo n slrugglo lor Wood ns
both these teams arc looking for repu-
union, bacn nns uesires l sumo uny,
bo In the league. Preltas will be In
'he box for tho Portuguese and tamon
"" -' " " i iu ur iu
the Diamond Heads.
T" A. Cs. nnd Putiahous nc
creniing mucn interest anil uieir gamo-
' "llro to he u wnrm one These lwof
n,ro I rivals and It Is a sure thing
"" 'o B"o win uo ciose. iiampiou
w hve pitched for tho II. A. C.
(team but sailed yesterday for Maul,
I where ho will visit Cogswell. It Is
1"e possible that Iteutcr will bo In
the box for tho Itcds. Kddlo Desha
Is In good shape for his game nnd can
be depended upon to pitch a hard
Thero Is sure to bo a largo crowd
on hand to witness tho sport nnd tho
juunngcini'iu nuve Kinuiy onereu tree
ndmlsslon to all pa-u riders.
Da a a r..nt.... ,. ai... ni..i...
Pcb. Il.-For Honolulu: Mrs. II. F.
Lewis, Master Donald Lewis, A. L.
JOxenham, Miss If. (1. Hamlin, Miss J.
""""" ,"" . V w1"'"""'
Hamlin, Mrs. A.
r"8' !if' ! ' .!
ireiun, .linnier A.
'f0'""- fr0' Han l-rnnclsco: Major
" "" r "r "". .;
AtVtOOd, Mr. and Mrs. M. J. OWmnrk.
A. S. Herbert, Mrs. M. Hlloy, N. 11.
!!: ,'cr.k'n"' ,M" Illnck, Mni. P. 0.
" mc " " A- '"" "l?".BI'nu-"Scli'
' .(V",'""v'nJI "hiL m ill
; cKInon. . father J I. Co. ito
'" ,,:.. h' xin?nJ w ,
JiLV" w V' ita? n'r I'm' i J
'n)IOr, W, U 1)0)10, r. anil .MTK.
1'- A StarK. Miss 8. Glance. Ilcv. I-nth
t- tlnninnmn nn.l Infnnl J 1 Whin.
IVyman A I u dwle : L I. n'raham
T.v Fn'ther P Kalanah Hev Pat I
; B.at" MIm " Tiaier Mr a d
Mra w R rtrw m- nnii mp11 y
Jenny'Vnd valet Mr and Mrs j! V
Wehi , c, rod, 8. L. Dod, Mrs. L.
&. J A Co IUn. K.de? A KX(?i
Lfto. Dixon H.' I ogers, G Zeleu.
A. Capo. It. C. Kvans. John Smith J.
Snllo, Mrs. M. Btott and Infant. Mr.
...1. .. n-,. n..i. .i.I a
Wlnslow, M. Homlslch, It. Lewis. J.
Ilodansky. It. II. Nightengale, Miss K.
llJiiodo. .Miss A. Laredo, Miss F. Plum.
'nmr n A I(n,.nl. Mr, Poni-unii M
...a .. vv.ti.f .ato.. ....
Oppenhelr, D. Teplltx. J. Howloy. P
com-.Snnford. P. (lower. P,
Iflnnnrnvli Mra J Pnlin nnil fnur rhlt.
l.in fiu i- rn).H ilua a ai.lt.....ubl
IMii.il, .iimn -.. .jntt, .una a, oiiiiun.ni,
J. ti. Hoblnson, Hcv. W. S. Stone. Miss
K. J. do Curtonl, J. Mlxon, G. A. IavIii,
M. Ilondcwtg, P. Hamlirnncon, P. J. Mc-
Mniion, 11. llullncK, A. Dutliic, f. yu
Irncn. M. Guard.
J. Keelen, Mr nnd Mrs. Jas. Klrklnnd,
M. C. ailva. J. C. Was. N. TsutsumI,
L. Harkhausen. W. II., Plcld, A. V.
Peters, T. Sumlda, W. Lucas, Mrs. A.
Kekuewa, Hcv. D. W. K. White, and
85 deck passengers.
Per steamer Mlkahala; Itev. II,
Iscnberg. H. W. Purvis. W. D. XIc.
llryde, Chin Kan, Y. Amoy, C. Bchled
er, II. W. Podmorc. S. Mahllona, J. P.
Child, McSwunson, P. Weber. II. P.
Paye, P. McLane, C. W. ,8pltz and
wife. It. Ivers and wife.
THE 8ALVATI0N ARMY.
Washington's birthday will bo cele
brated at the Salvation Army tomor
row night. There will bo Plenty of
music and singing. Captain Shlpp,
polulu In this meeting.
Tonight there will be the regular
meeting. All are Invited.
An exhibition nnd salo or sketches
'and cards by Kllohuna Art Lcaguo
members is planned to take place with
i In n few weeks.
REPORT OF RESOURCES AND LIA
BILITIES OF THE PIONEER
DULDING & LOAN ASS'N. OF
HAWAII AT THE CLOSE OF
DUSINE88 DEC. 31st, 1905.
Accrued Interest l'JS7 2U
.Accruca inicrtsi i.ioi it
Capital Paid In ., $60,292 C7
Surplus t'und 2.8G0 00
I, A. V, Gear, do solemnly swear that
tho foregoing statement Is true to the
best of my knowledge and belief,
A. V. QKAH,
u V A writ GiC'iLjk Itj
l w II1 ''- J&&9'- V J
yMrxT.CWiUadstn Mh, Matt ic Henry SSl
At tho New York 8tato Assembly of
Mothers, a prominent New York doctor
told tho S00 women present that healthy
American women were so rare as to be
This seems to bo a sweeping1 state
ment of the condition of American
women. ,Yet how many do yon know
who are perfectly well and do not have
somo troublo arising' from a derange
ment of tho female organism which
manifests Itself in headaches, back
aches, nervousness, that bearing-down
feellnir, painful or Irregular periods.
pclrlo catarrh, displacement of the
femalo organs, Indigestion oralrcpless-
Mn..o ti..hi. K ,u. a . ha . .i.. i
.taamArn..n3r..T ,T lability, nervousness, slecplewncst.
.nilHA, ,.1.ii . 0,c.n1toheVJ,,m!lnehn'y. "all-gono" and "vrant-tol
n !.l.i . 7mc,'' In H' 'vorld. b--cft.alon8" feelings, blues, and hop,-
..i , ,ho '", offfonlsm n
nothlnp; else can. ror thirty years It
ni iii'cn curing me worst lorms oi
Such testimony as the following
should be convincing',
Mrs. T. C. Wllladaen, of Manning,
la., writes: ,
Dear Mrs. Ilnliham:
"I can truly ay that you hava Mved my
Ufa and 1 cannot .xpnwa my gmtltuititiiynu
InwonU. PortT.oyrart li-ntlotiioliionoy
In dortnrlng without any Ix-iioflt fur frinaln
Irrejularitlea and 1 hail glvrn up all hope of
ercr t!ng well aznln, but I wm pertuaileil to
try Lyilla K. l'lukhain'a VcRttabla Compound
and thrw liottlea have nxtoreil me to perfect
health. Had It not been for you I would
nave uccn in my grav to-uay.
Lydla E. Plnkham's Vegetable Compound Succeeds Where Others Fall
1KT TJUI HWIPl UBIVB HE UY U1E
ADVERTISING ISLANDS IS
DISCUSSEDJJY COJBMITTl E
PARADE TOMORROW WILL DE
DIGGER THAN WAS ORIGIN-
ALLY EXPECTED DY
Hu"t little business of real Impor-
tonce came before the Promotion Com-
uilttee at Its meeting yesterday after-
poon, although some Interesting ills-
cusslon wns had concerning the result
n ,i,, ,1.1.,,. .1,. 1. 1,,. ti,. i
of advertising ho Islands. The usual
amount of enthusiasm was exhibited,
however, by the members concerning
ho accomplishment of their work and
the.muklns of ueiv plaus for fuluru
'IT,or, , , ,, ,
It was tho opinion of nil that the
paradu will b9 a bigger success than
It had ever been anticipated. II was
CtatCd that fully 10 nUtOmobllCS had
already been entered In tho parade,
uuu uieru ib u puaaiuiiuy mui u lev,
moro win stm come in uciore tno c.cui tu pacngcrs Is Mrs. II. p. Lewis.
'ak,; I,lacc- , , , 'whose husband Is a member of the
Tho plan of having the Promotion nrm 0f Iwls & Company of this city.
Committee lead the parirfdo In a special n. Atwood and u. Mallalleu are
car, decorated for the occasion, will not WOoi buyers from Uoston on their ro
matcrlallie, for A. A. Young, who had turn trip from Australia, where they
promised to furnish n car for that pur- have been on business. The latter U
pose, found that he had nono available accompanied by his wife
which would register the speed, as the , j. M. Moore, of the firm of J. J.
leading car should do In order to keep Moore & Company of San Francisco
the rato of travel within a certain llin- u another passenger on the Ventura.
It. Ho has ono car of that nature, but He Is accompanied by Mrs. K. 11.
that Is for his own use. although he Moore. Mr. and Mrs. V, Jenny ur
has offered tho members ot the com-.swlsi tourists on a trip around tha
mltleo that. they might ride with him. world.
As nearly all of tho members would The total numberof passengers on
like to bo with their families on that board the Ventura was 137, of which
occasion, only two of tho committee 127 nro bound for 8an Francisco. Tho
jlll probably take advantage of Mr l vessel brought H5 tons of freight for
ioungs offer. 'Honolulu and Is taking 1152 tons to
It was decided by the committee to Ran i.v.n.i..n ti,. ....h.... ..
offer prizes for the best amateur photo-
h. -,.., , uu iat,i m nm iiiimiii;. mi oig cases or onions, 60 cases of chnni
llrst, second, third nnd fourth best pnguC, no cases of denova gin. threa
f '" rn p.r"en,.el lvn'" -bo nwaroc,J kegs of plants, and thrco cases ot
110, 17.50, u and J2.60 respectively as gmoked fish. Tho consignees are Win.
pr'". . ... , 0. Irwin & Company. W. C. Peacock
Condition under which peoplo may'& company, Levy & Company, Ilyron
compete for the prizes consist ot an o. Clark, and tho Waterhouse Com
agreement that all photographs sub Imny.
inltt,ed will ba retained by the commit- nilttirottinKaitUUlUUtUtmntmngma
tee with privilege to uso If they so t,ers of the committee stated that In
desire, nnd that the negatives of th their opinion tho race would do moro
pictures receiving the prizes will bv to advertise Hawaii than many people
claimed by the committee as Its prop. 00w realize.
n,.,, ,, I Bfcretary Wood explained to tha
As tho commute) desires to hnv I commltteo how a variety of things nro
the features of the parndo advertlsoj combining to aid in advertising tho
as much as posslblo, especially the islands. Photographs that are being
pn-ia riding, arrangements nro to be taken here are being sent to varloiii
made with M. Langton, editor of iparls of the states. Illshop Hamilton,
he "Paradise of the Pacific." to pub-, while hero, took a number of pictures.
Ilsh a special Issue devoted to tha and In traveling over the United
parade, and this will bo sent broadcast States, ho has said, he will exhibit
to tho stntes, Having been told that them. He declared he Is sure to speak
the commttce was wanting him lo put 0f the Hawaiian Islands wherever he
out a special edition, Mr. Langton mine goes. Many write-ups are to appear
before It yesterday afternoon, and talk-. In various magazines of tho nutomobllo
ed tho matter over with the members, 'parade nnd of tho pa.u riders
who will give their moral support to. Samples of pineapples have been
tbo enterprise to aid in getting tho 'sent by Mr. Wood to various places on
necessary amount of ndvertlslng to the coast, and these will be placed on
make the publication of n special Issuo. exhibition there. Advertising matter
po;,,"Le, been freely distributed, and thero
Much Interest, It was stated. Is be-1 are now on hand to bo sent out. teady
log aroused throughout tha states In for mailing, about 2.000 pieces of ad.
the coming yacht race, and the mem- vertlsemenls.
Miss Mattle Henry, Vice-President of
Danville Art Club, Danville, Va., writes;
Drnr Mrs, llnVham:
"Msiit yean" lufferlng with female wrak
nm, lnllummatlnn and a brukrn down ijiU-m
made me more anxloua to dla than to lira,
but Lyilla E. llnkham'a Vrgttable Uompound
has mtotrl my health anil 1 am io grateful
for It that I want evrrr aulTrring woman to
know what Lyilla E. rinkham'a Vfgstabla
Compound will do for bcr,"
When women are troubled with
irrcsiilar.supprrssed or painful periods,
weakness, pelvic catarrh, displace
ments, that uearinf-down feeling-, In
flammation, backache, bloating (or
nntuiency), general ticblllly, Imllges-
and nervous prostration, or r
I, one trle.1 and true remedy. Lydia K.
I'lnkham's Vegetable Compound at
once removes such troubles. No other
medicine In the world has received such
unqualified endorsement. No other
medicine, hns such a record of cures
of femalo troubles. Itefuir to buy
any other mcdlclno, for you need tho
Mrs. Pinkham Invites all sick women
to write her for advice. Tho present
Mrs. Pinkham Is tho daughter-in-law
of Lyilla K. Pinkham, her assistant be
fore her decease, nnd for twentv-flvo
years since her advice has Itecn freely
given to sick women. Her advice
nnd medicine have restored thousands
to health. Addrcu.-I.vnn, Moss.
'SONOMA DEUYED BY BAD
SfcAS ON COLONhL COAST
THE LIST ,OF PASSENGERS IS
I LARGE, DUT ONLY NINE
I ARE FOR THIS
, 0w'DK ., """I weather experienced
JSJ"? ."fc SS.S
(,,K from the Colonies. She was 18
hours late In leaving Auckland. The
purser icports heavy weather nnd
"CI" ''"' 'rom I'aso Pago, and strong
III)rt,lpaitcr,y wl(U Ilna lead seas w
The Ventura carries n largo mini-
i,er ot passengers from the Colonic
i San Francisco, but brought only
'nine pjsscngers to Honolulu. Thctrlp
was without any unusual Incidents of
Among tho passengers for tho Coast
la A. Krlera. who I. III., nnielnl ri.nr.
ientntlvo of the Chinese Government
t0 Samoa. Of those who nro Hono-
68t of T31 bag's of sulphate of amonla.