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EVENING DOLLETIN, HONOLULU, T. l., THURSDAY. MARCH 29, 1006
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Only Three Days
Sale ends Saturday night
This is one of the times when
you make money by spend
ing We still have a good
line of sizes. Come early
Black Hose White Hose
PRICES ALMOST HALF
N. 8. SACHS
Dry Goods Company Ltd.
CORNER FORT AND QERETANIA 8TREET8.
PW IMSEEA I
I fpP RAINIER BOTTLING WORKS I
1 wif I Honolulu. Phone White 1331
ssse- A Digestive Marvel
Stops that distress after eating
For sale by, your druggist or by
W, G Peacock & Co., Ltd,
GETTING INTO POLITICS.
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AMD SCHOOL TOPICS
READING AND ARITHMETIC ARE
DEALT WITH TOPLE'S OUT
LINE OF TERRITORIAL
Lllnio, Knual, March 6. The Toach
ctb' Association of central Kauai mot
nt the I.lluio school house on .Monday,
tbo 19th Inst., the following tcaclierB
and visitors being present": John Hush,
Miss Dcrtha Teller, Miss IMlth Dunn,
Mrs. Miller, Mr. Kaullll, Mrs. Kaullll.
J. II. Alexander, Miss Elizabeth Ka-
hole, Mrs. Alexander, Mrs. Ella Chris
tian, Miss Corrclra, Miss a .A. Mum
lord, Miss L. Jordan, Miss K. Chris
tian, I'rlnce L. Toplu, Miss It. Alolau.
Miss M, Alolau, V. J. Poena. Misses
Mablc and Elslo Wilcox, Mm. C. II.
Swcetscr and Inspector Dnldwln. Thu
president of the association enllcd the
meeting to qrder promptly at 10 a. m.
Tho minutes of tbo provlous mcrttog
were read and approved, after which
the following Interesting program was
Hew Heading Should He Taught 0.
I'strlotlsm In Our Schools Miss 0.
Civil Government In Our Public
Schools Prince L. Topic.
Teaching Percentage John Hush.
Mr Ilaldwln presented his subject,
"How Heading Should He Taught," In
a clear, logical manner which showed
menl, which he teaches In his school,
The outlines were placed upon lht
blackboard as he explained them. Tnu
teachers were deeply Interested In this
subject, as It Is comparatively new to
the younger ones.
Mr, John Hush, principal of Koloa
school, gave a very Instructive talk on
tho subject of "Percentage."
Although the subject of numbers la
n dry one, Mr. Hush held the attention
of his hearers to the last, giving them
fome valuable Information on the sub
A general dlsciiSHlnn then took
plncc on the subjects of salaries, Jani
Allhoiigh no vole on the matter was
taken, It was generally concluded that
If the Legislature had done Its duty
the School Department would not bo
In Its present financial plllkla. Tho
fact was brought out that not ono
rchool on Kauai has a Janitor.
After n session lading over thrco
hours the teachers pirtook of a flno
lunch on tho ground prepared by somo
of the lady members
Tho association will meet again nt
the tall of the execitlve committee.-
llll uTRitT MI'S
Any woman who suffers from,
Cramps, Dackashe. Nervous cr.
Sick Headache, Poor Appetite, Cos.
tlveness or General Weakness
ncetls the Hitters to make her well
again. It has cured thousands In
tbo past SO years. In cases of In
digestion, Dyspepsia or Malaria, It
stands first. Try a bottle.
MANY FRIENDS ASSEMBLE
The parlors of tho Wlchman horn
wero converted Into a vcrltnblo bower
of flowers yesterday afternoon when a
very largo number of friends assem
bled to pay their last tribute to the
late Mrs. II. K. Wlchman, whoso death
brought sorrow to a wide circle of
friends. Tho funeral was one of the
most largely attended and the floral
tokens fairly banked the casket with
emblems of remembranco and sympa
thy. The funeral service was conducted
by tho Iter. Dr. Klncnld, tho service
of the Presbyterian church being used,
A choir made up of Miss Marlon Hell,
Mine Gertrude Hall, Hugo lienor and
Itajmnnd C. Drown sang two selec
tions, "Jesus Lover of My Soul," and
"Jesus Snlor Pilot Mo." Tho pall
benrers were Dr. V. It. Day, I-rcd. J.
Lowrey. J. A. Kennedy, E. It. Stack
able, T. V. Lansing, '.. K. Meyers, A,
V. Wall and M. M. Johnson.
After the services the body was ta
ken to tho crematory. The ashes will
be teken to Oakland by Mr, Wlchman
who, with his three children, will sail
for the Coast on tho Mongolia, April
7. The final Interment will be In thu
plo of Mrs. Wlclnnan's mother nt tho
i WiHili MiimMiii' j
TURN DOWN AT WILL.
TURNS DOWN TO ONE OR SIXTEEN CANDLE POWER.
Users of ordinary electric lamps have often, perforce, to use 16
candle power when 1-candle power would suffice. This means that the
lamp wastes you money and more money In the course of a year than
HYLO LAMPS on the other hand, save you money, for they en
able you to turn your light down from 16-c.p. to 1 c.p, at will.
HYLO LAMPS ARE INVALUAOLE FOR THE SICK ROOM, AND
CAN DE USED IN ANY PLACE WHERE A COMMON LAMP IS
Hawaiian Electric Co7 Ltd.
Office, King 8L, near Alakea.
Phone, Main 390,
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We have Just received a splendid consignment of choice olives,
Genuine Large Green SPANISH QUEEN OLIVES
MEXICAN MANZANILLO OLIVES
This Is an especially fine lot of olives and will be sold In bulk.
Many people are unaware of the fact that olives sold In bulk are
equally as good at bottled olives. These olives of ours are, If any.
thing, better than glass goods, And at a Lower Prlcel
Metropolitan Meat Co, Ltd.
'PHONE MAIN 45.
PER THE S, 8. NEDRASKAN
A Fine Lot of Reasonably
8UITA0LE FOR PLANTATION
Schuman Carriage Co.,
ALEX. YOUNQ BLDO.
IMItor Evening Bulletin: in Tucs
day's issue of your paper appears an
article on better car scrvlco as ap
proved and endorsed by our Governor.
As n resident of Llllha street, I want
to tulie exceptions to any change from
li 10-mlnute to a 15-mluute service.
Llllha street Is as thickly settled, and
Tho following affects tho list of light
and tug signals, Puclllc Coast, 1201.
Maalaea Light-Station, pago 54. nfter
No. SCO (List of Light, lluojs, and Day.
marks. Twelfth Light-House Subdls
irlct, 1900, page 77.) Located on the
northeasterly part of Mnaluca Hay. on
a post on tho westerly corner of the
wharf at Maalaea Luudlng. Island of
On or about April 30 this light will
Lo permanently discontinued.
McGregors Point I.lght.Stallon. pagn
imu no nun given a grcai ueai ni h , patronised thun any 1 61. "er No. SCO (List of Lights, IJuojs,
study. Ho took a class of pupils am J ,ero"(, the Hapld Transit covers and Daynmrks, Twelfth LlgkMIou.s
demonstrated some of tho essential iUt ,"f" i ay pal d and the company. Bubdlilrlcl. IMS. page ll.)-Localcd on
points for securing good reading. IH ' ' " ,. :." '..'" . .t ',",.. I'",,!' Mriirnc.ir1. mini. soiiilieterlv nart
stntcd that our aim should bo to make
of our pupils lovers of good reading;
and 'hat he believed, If tho subject of
reading was properly taught, that a
largo per cent, of our pupils would be
como readers after they left school;
and thus they would havo received the
koy to knowledge
Sir, Ualdwln's tnlk was followed by
an animated discussion. In which a
number of teachers took part.
Miss C. A. Mumford, principal of
Hanamaulu school, then read a paper
full of Inspiration on tho subject of
"Patriotism In Our Public Schools."
Miss Mumford'a paper was carefully
thought out and received hearty ap
plause at Its conclusion.
Mlts Mumford stated thnt she had
not been born under tho Stars and
Stripes yet so loyal was she to the
flag and so earnest and sincere that
one would havo thought her a descend
ant of ono of our old revolutionary
"Civil Government for Public
Schools" was presented by Prince I
covered this road, long In advance cf
any other, thus Bhowlng that tbo road,
above all others, offered the bcil m
Now they propose to take from its
what we have enjoyed from the first.
without any reason being advanced,
which we will not stand for, aveu If It
becomes necessary to Interest tho poor
man's friend, Mr. Dickey, In our bo-
The proposed cbango Is advanced, n
a sort of dliculsc, to make It appear as
though the company wero going to da
a great benefit, when In reality they
nro simply robbing Llllha street to pay
It would look as though the Com
pany felt, that because two-thirds of
tho population of this street happed
to be poor and without Influence, they
can spring such a change without op
position. Hut they will find their mis
take. Why, to satisfy all, don't they run
tho Llllha sticet car from Wytllo street
to Punahou college gate and back ot
Tople, He prefaced his remarks by its regular 10-mlnute run, and run the
stating that tho teacher's aim should ' Dcretanla car, from Allen strocl
bo to prepare the child for the nrtlve through to Walulae, every fifteen mln
duties of life, his civic duty was onotcs. This would satisfy everybody
of the greatest ho had to perform. Ho and without much additional oxpcns
believed In developing the moral, men-1 to tho Company,
tal and physical growth of the child. 1 hone the Governor and Mr. Hollo
togothcr In training the child in those I way, will give this matter very serious
branches which would make of him a attention.
of Mnulaen Hay. southeasterly end ot
the w extern portion org the Island oi
On or about May 1, n fixed red len
lantern light, will be established, nboul
75 feel above tho sea, and 31 feet abov
the ground, on the top ot a Icad-culorcJ
mast having at Its basn a small white
houto with lead-colored trimmings and
a red roof.
The following affects tho List of
Lights, Uuoys, and Daymarks, Twelfth
Light-House SubdistrlcL 1000.
Manluea Hay, Maul Island, page 11.
Anchorage Hell Uuoy, red, nun-
shaped, lattice work body, surmounted
by li bell, will be discontinued about
Kuunakaka Harbor. Jioiouai isianu,
page 12. Mid-Channel Entrance Buoy,
luack and white perpendicular stripes,
second-class nun, reported adrift March
10, was replaced March S3.
Uy order of the Llgkt-Houso Hoard
A. P. NIULACK.
Lieutenant-Commander U, H. N
Assistant to the Inspector of th
Twelfth Light-House DIstrlcL
;nil llniin Whr.
Waukesha's ORIGINAL Mineral Water
A New Man In Every Bottle.
FOR SALII UVERYWIICRC
McPARLANbiSCo., Sole Agents.
PACIFIC TRANSFER CO.
WILL CALL FOR YOUR BAGGAGE
We pack, haul and ship your
goods and save you money.
Dealers in STOVE WOOD, COAL and KINDLINGS.
Storage in Brick Warehouse, 126 King; St Phone Main 58
Help For ah Wallaces Indian Remedies
good citizen In every senso of tho word.
Mi, To plo has prepared a topical
outline of the Territorial government
of Hawaii, including tho start of our
recently Inaugurated County govorn-
NOW WE'RE OFF ? J
We are prepared to supply the People of Honolulu with Freshest
ISLAND MEAT8. Alto, Garden Produce of all kinds; Butter, Eggs, Chick
ens, Turkeys, 8ueklng Pigs, Bacon, Ham; In fact, everything FIRST
CLA83 MARKET la called upon to furnish.
The ISLAND MEAT CO.
JAS. E. WESTBROOKE. Manager.
-TELEPHONE MAIN 71. FORT ST OPP. LOVE BLD
REAL ESTATE DARQAIN8.
Ideal country homo at Manoa Valley,
surrounded by river; good bathing;
Cr, cottago, barn, lawn, fruit trees,
near car lino; a bargain.
For SCSO. I am authorized to soil 2.20
acres, with small house, off Nuuanu
Ave, near car lino; Free water: Ileal
vniuo 12000.00. Owner Is forced to
1 1-2 story residence, 1213 Matlock
Avo., bodr., cloc. wire, 1 block
from 2 car lines, $20. per m,
4r, cottago and servant h, at Walkikl
beach, good bathing; ilO. per m.
I P. E. IL BTRAUCH,
1 Walty Building.
A HK8IDENT OK LIL1IIA STREET.
Honolulu, March 29, '00,
NEBRASKA'S CIGARETTE LAW.
Lincoln, Neb., March 22. Tho Ne
braska Supremo Court today gave a do
cUlon on Nebraska's antl-clgarctto law,
which was tested In tbo comts by n
young man arrested on tho clmrgo of
rolling a cigarette, The effect of tho
decision Is to sustain the law in gen
eral concerning tho sale and manufac
ture of-cigarettes, but the rolling of
cigarettes by Individuals for their own
use Is not called "manuiaciuring,
A few fines have been paid and sen
fences sencd under that part of the
law which is now declared unconstltu
wyt.i ,. .. rml
vru I'll- ggH B
Tri Mirk KtgUtorrJ
Fcr Soree, Piles, or any Skin Dis
ease, that Is supposed to be hopeless,
Wallach's Indian Remedies will cur
For sale by all druggists.
Put up by the HONOLULU REM.
EDY CO., P. O. BOX S77.
sannn in mmnnn mm mm mmmmK
G. Q. YEE HOP & GO.
We always welcome a comparison of prices and an examina
tion of our fresh meat This applies to our Meat Business, on
all of which our prices are as reasonable as Is consistent with
the standard of quality, and strictly maintained In a most sanl.
Telephone Order Department
A leading Kansan took his little son
to Washington recently and visited
tho Senate gallery with him. Tho Ilev.
Edward Everett Hale especially inter
ested tho boy. The father explained
that Mr. Hale was the chaplain ot tho
Senate. "Oh. he prays for the Senate,
doesn't he?" asked the lad. "No," re
plied tho father; "he gets up and takes
a look at the Senate, and then prays 7nt per month,
for tho country." gi per year,
Old Hlooil-Ilut, my dear young man,
I can't understand you being a Rad
ical. Young Htnod-Ay. dear old chap, my
mother-in-law's n ('onserviitlviv Tut
The BU8INE88 MAN'S HANDY IN
DEX, published In the Saturday Bulk
tin and the Weekly Edition, gives a
concise and complete resume of alt le
gal notices, calls for tenders, Judg
ments, building permits and real es
tate transactions. Evening Bulletin,
Patrons unable to visit our establishment are assured expe. , -j
dltlous service and the same careful attention aa Is given to pur 23
- chases made In person.
TELEPHONE MAIN 251.
KING STREET. "Tf
1024 FORT 8T-, I. O. O. F, Bldg. A 161 HOTEL ST opposite YOUNQ Hotel.
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