Newspaper Page Text
11 ' ' ' M!SnflKKBIKK
I3VKN1N0 nUMKTIN. IlONOMiMl, T. II.. WEDNESDAY. AI'ItlL 18. 1906.
Special Bargains In
! LACE CURTAINS
Sale Now On
A caving of'at least one-third and In many catcs a great deal more
can bs effected on every pair of curtains purchased during the week
at this ctore. This Is another one of those rare opportunities present
ed to houtcwlvcs and hotel keepers In which they can replace old
or worn out curtnlns with new ones at a surprisingly Low Cost
JBesides, we have an Immense ntcortment to choose from.
!7- " . -ti
l"? Vcry curtain Is full length and width 3 1-2 yards long and 50 to
' v v
60: mclies wide, i ', '
$1.00 QUALITY, ON SALE AT S .75 PAIR
JI.50 QUALITY, ON SALE AT , S1.15 PAIR
$2.25 QUALITY, ON SALE AT S1.50 PAIfl
W.C0 QUALITY, ON SALE AT Sl.GK PAIfl
J2.75 QUALITY, ON SALE AT S1.80 PAIR
$3.00 QUALITY, ON SALE AT S2.10 PAIR
$3.25 QUALITY, ON SALE AT SU.-O PAIR
$3.M QUALITY, ON 3ALE"AT .......S2.10 PAIR
$1.00 QUALITY, ON SALE AT SU.JlO PAIR
$500 QUALITY, ON SALE AT S3.S5 PAIR
This proportion of prices up to C90 a pair.
The ctock Is well assorted and tome lines have as many as six
different patterns of the. Some Price to select from.
N. 8. SACHS
D'iy Goods Company Ltd.
CORNER FORT AND BERETANIA STREET8.
There is Nothing IhceX
i. ' I?' - lEl
-;& A Digestive Marvel $
Stops that distress after eating
For sale by your druggist, or by
Wt G Peacock & Co., Ltd
Is In a cpleiWId position to secure for Its patrons the very best Island meat,
carefully handled. Also Island Poultry of every description.
'r ' '.-.-
Jas, E. Westbrook
il la l7o lAnrj
- l trir- t.
oizyour Mi cation
Honolulu. Phone White 133 J
"T6 CALIFORNIA i
Actlna (lovcrnor A I.. C. A I-
-f klnson this mornltiR filed tlio fol- 4
r lowing cable messages of sym-
patliy nt the local cubic (illlcc;
To Oiivi'inor I'nntec, Sacramento: 4
Hawaii Kymiinthl7.es with Call-
-f fornln In Ibo srertl loss of llcs i
f nml properly nt San Francisco,
t with whose citizens wc are no
f closely ulllcil liy ties of blooil,
f friendship and business.
Mnyor Hrbnililt. San KranclFco,
Hawaii feds deepest sympathy -f
uir nan rrnncinru nnu sinnns .
ready tii render nny nsslstatiec In -f
-f lln power
f What enn wc ih7 -f
ActliiR (lovrrnor of llawnlt. -f
-t- -t- -t- -t- t -t-1 -t-
OiMo scr'vlco around U10 world hy
wny iif the Oitait Is nil right, nud tills
ipnriilita; ,tcerul oxpcnnlvc mcKai!i,'s
ttcrowtii tunt way up to ll!3 a ciori:,
howcVcK;no rcr.llcs had been received.
The tolls for n. 03:1 sea hy way of the
utlcnt to snn rrnncluro Is iZ.oS 11 word.
and A reply of 100 words would menu
a considerable cxicuilltiiro. Neverthe
less there are plenty of people who aro
r.ol hesitating to spend wen more than
that amount to hear from relatives unU
Ono man hurried Into the cable of-
flee this nioniliiR mid excitedly declared
that he must havo communication with
San Krunclscn at nny price. Ills moth
er In there mid to ascertain her condi
tion he Is willlnK lo'spcnd money fioc-
It Is ipillo prnhablc that the telegraph
iuCH cpterliiR Han l'riinclsco arc out ol
crvlco n well us the cable line, and
that It would lie almost imiiosslblo to
get messages delivered to ludlvldimiu
within 11 short time. Thus the cruwda
of excited people who aro waiting for
ncwH from their homes aro doomed In
wait, piohably, for un Indefinite per
KAWELO TAKES OATH.
l.lliuo. Kaii.rl. April 10. David Ka-
lawala's term as district Jmlgo nt Ka
lian cxplicd last trek, mid the rel
UentH of the district were woudcrliu
who his successor wns to be when the
newt cnme that .1. II. Knwclo had re
ceiver the 'appointment. Ho took his
oath of olllcc before Hon. Jacob Hardy,
JiKl.-.o of the I'lfth Circuit Court, last
Weducsilay and entered upon his du
ties the next day.
Mr. Knwclo Is well mid favorably
known In his district, where ho has re
sided (or many years nnd been em
ployed us n clerk by tho Makco Sugar
Tho retiring Judge wns n rnpnble
mnn. hut the disclosures of his connec
tion with n gambling den lit Knpaa,
brought to light ut tnls term of court,
necessarily precluded nil ipiestluu ot
cappol nt ment. uitrilen Island,
I'ci 8. S. Alamcdn, for Han Francis
co, today. V. I,. Hongs, Wni, Mntrh,
J, T. Morgan, Mr. nud Mrs. C. I..
Wclrht. Jas. Wnltcllcld. wllo and child;
Mr. nud Mr". K. A. Ilruck. Miss II. J.
I'o.i., Mrs, Col I on, Mrs. Wntson, J. A.
lluck. J. A. Duck Jr.. Mr. mid Mrs. II.
N. rnyloti, C. (1. llnrtlvtt, !'. W. Hus
tnco V. V. Churchill, C. K. Al, Mrs.
Ida Mottn, J. Itosenhurg, Mr. Macken
zie. I,. F. Ncster. ('. V. Raymond nml
wife. M. M. Hlinuulng. J. C. Mod no,
Mr. I'njton, F. F. Criiwsou, II. A. Mun
Ami, IU11. Itoss, It, II. Smith mid wife,
K. Mnhn. F. W. IVItny. W. A. II. Con
nor, H. K. Dnimm, F, II. Martin, Mr.
mid Mr a. Ilrownor, (), Clcinous, C. H.
Mloccii, Mrs. A, llevorly.
From Kauai ports, per stiur. Mlkn
haht, April IS. Mrs, J. K. Hush, J. V
Hush, C. Hoy, 8. Illrul, J. 1. Sllvu and
wife. K. Nakadorl, M. J. I'erclra, T. V.
King. I)r. Freiir. Dr. Ilerhy. W. 1.
Ilawlliis und wife. Yokoimna and wife,
MIhm Hhlmmiimoto, F. Halm nud sou.i
MIsh L. lhcculn mid 92 on deck.
(Hunt 11 's perfected sugar eano cutter
wns 011 tho wharf rondy for shipment
0 Honolulu nhoiird tho Sonoma nt Snu
Fraud kci 1 when Hint city wus shiikoA
by the I'lirllupiako ii'iool; this morning,
mid was likely lost In tho flro that fol
lowed the coiivulslo nof nature. Whe
ther It wns ushoro or nlloat Is what
Thlcleu Is wiurylng nbout.
Ifwlnt 9"- nuiihavo the permission
of tho 'postal" ntiimirlilcs' hefurc'llio
mull on huinl tho ship run bo held.
REAL ESTATE BARGAINS.
On easy monthly payments, largo mod
ern Cottage, 1213 Matlock Avo,; 1
bodr.. 1 block from 2 enr lines, small
c-uf.li pnyiueut, lul. U'.'v.
A few cliolceI.otB'nt l'uiiuut Ave. liar-
gain. Kssy terms.
H.20 acres truct of! Nuuanii Ave. I'kn
ty water. Closo tu car lino,
Furrlshcd 6 r. Cottngo, Manoa Vol
lev Ideal Summer homo, good hath'
lug. Mountain nlr. Stable. Near car
lino. Only $15 p. m.
House, newly painted, 3 licdr. Kuaklnl
House, S bedr. Ilcneh Road. $1J0,
P. U. H. 8TKAUC1I,
Wally llulldlug. 71 S. King St.
HONOLULU STOGK EXCHANGE
HONOLULU, April 18. 1906.
NAME OF STOCr
C Brtwer ft Co -.. .
Ewt ritnttlltHi Co1
Hawillia AcrkuMur I Co
rfwlUn buer Co .
Honokat Suet Co
Hltoi Srr Lo. .
KiMifcu Piinuilon Co-
Kirn J l'UnttKn Co IM
Koio Sugar Co.....
r uo ... .
af ar Co
Onomea Sugar Co
OlaaSutu CoLU ..
Paaohau butaf Plant Co
raeioc auitrn him
Pal PtantitlonCd lX,t
Willui Aprlcultoril Co
W.iluku hul Co ....
wiiiuKU aueir 1,0 del
Walmaniln Fr uoM
Walana .Mill Co .....
ntr-lMnd Sttin N C
Hi.tllin tltculcCo -
Hon HI IlLUI'N...
Hon R T At L Co Con
Motual THehvn. Co M
O.hu KSL Lo...
lion. U. (I M. 1.0
HaTcr id, Ihln Ctl
ll,w 1 M p c . i.
tliw Tari'i ,) Bet.
naw mt )
Suf ,KI Co. p.c.
ibtifar Co ope ..
Haw Com ft SurCusrc
Haw sutar Co 6 1 c
Hon K T Si L Co p c.
Kahiika Hlanl Co 6 p t
Oabu Sugar Coo pc m.
01 aa Susr Co ope...
rata nam 11. ,,,
rtontr Mill Co S 0 c
Sa'es llet. Hoards: 075 Kwa, $21,
35 Kwn, 2t; 3UU Kwn. $21; 110 Uwa,
$21; 2(1 Hwa, $21; H Wnlnlun, $05. Ses
sion: $1UW Wnlnlun Bs, $a'J.75.
Latest sugar quotation 3.42 cents, or
9CSA0 per ton.
Tonight at 3 p. 111. tho tint round ot
tho mile relay race will ho called. It
being between two of tho four tenina
entered. Illicitly lifter the other two
teams will rare. The finals being
tailed ut nbout !) 13. The winner of
this match will have won a tog In tho
trophy. It must he thrco tlmo to obtain
permanent potncsslnn Hand and rug-
uiur shiiuug uuiigiii nu usual.
It. V KlilllfflA . V. f'nnttil.All 1.
Cmupbcll, J. 1), ijarrlcs, St. Clalr'llld
giHid. Dr. Uayiiioud, II. II. lliirrcll,
II. T. Moore, C. U llnll. Win. Mclner-
ny nnd Harry Jeffreys will H raddle, the
goat Friday night nt Hlks' llnll, when
initiation with nil Its nttendant myc
tcrles wilt test tho stuff of which III.'
aforesaid gentlemen nro inndc.
On Saturday evening, tho fifth nu.
mini banquet of the Klks will bo held
nt the Mo.uia hotel und those who sur
vive Initiation wjll bo rewarded hy n
roast. l-caster4 will be crowned with
New York, Apil 6. Tho announce
ment of tho resignation of Henry C,
Frlel- rrom the Hock Islnnd directorate
caused a great deal of surprlso and
common- In Wall street today. Fol
lowing upon James Spcyer's rcstgnn
Hon irnm tho Southern Pacific. It Is
believed to. bo part of n movement
triiicli is drawing tho lino sharply be
tween the Ilarrlman and mitl-Hnrrl-
man factions In the financial district. Invnll, us he passed nway nlKint un buur
Henry C. Irlclc has nlw-nyn bei-ujiiflrr Hie nicldent.
Miuwn us n iiarrunau nuncrcnt. James
Spcro Is lliianclnl sponsor for tho
Hoc); Island HVHtom. cnntrnlleil In-
Mooie llros. nud Daniel (1. Hold. Hpo
cr Im closely nllloil with Stnyvosant
Fish personally mid In financial mat
ters, udu Is said lo Imvo resented Hnr
rlnimi's efforlK to oust Fish from tho
Ills proHouco In tho Ilarrlman ill
rectory being unsatisfactory, It Is said' battleship each year As most of tho
that Frlck's piesenco In tho Unci: Isl 1 men nro engaged In liners mid othtr
and board iiImi became unsutlsfnclory,1 KoiigoInK vessels, this gives thvm tho
pnrtleulurly as ho had sold pructlrully choice of leaving tho reserves or los
all ol his Hock Island stock. Frlek Is lug their ships.
Thre Happy Mothers
"MltS. C. 8I1AMANN; ot flronly; 'Noli.1 1 was In hid health and uu'rml
Brent pain at tun moat lily period. After wing Win ol Cardui 1 was (rrcutly
i.lioiul and two montbi ago gave birth. to a fine boy baby.
' MRS.'TOM jrtnmAYi'of ltocheport, Md.t Two years ago t spent about
half tho winter In bed. In Fclniary I commencnl'fb'tako your Wine of
Cardni. 1 was K-ttt-r t once' and In a month- wasillWia different person.
My biby tm lxrft on Uaitcr luornina and ray health has been good over sine.
Every eipcctant mother iliould use tills eioellent mcdlclns,
II. 0, HIIKIJJY, of Monterey, W.r Tear before last I paid $.10.00 doctor
bills for 'my wife. After that iny wife mod oqo bottle of Wine of Cardui and
nine inor.t)ij after iho care birth to a thirteen pound boy baby and I haven't
paid Miy doctor bill line. ' ' '
Wlno of jparduljB yoUrsjto tako today.
" You can 80ouroli'$irdo"botllo from your druggist.
Two drinking fountains to bo erect.'
oil to the memory of Mrs. Illnghnm and
I.lrilo Hlngham, of rnlsslonnry fnnto.
nre to be established by the Woman a
Christian Temperance Union. One will
ho In tho vicinity of the Y. M. C. A..
and the other near or nUtho Sailor's
Home on lower IllchanU street Mrs.
Hlngham left $100 for some such pur
pose nhd Mixle lllnchnm '$21 Should
there he need for more funds. Id rnrry
out this project Mrs. Coan. sister of
ltcv Hiram Hlngham will provide $2U
At yesterday's meeting of the W O
T. V.. at Central Union church. Mrs.
Carpenter, a committee of 0110, appoint
ed to Interview I.. K. l'lnkliniu. stilled
that Mr l'lnkham npprovctl of ti de
sign, slmllnr to that established nt thfl
Normal School, and nsked that tho W.
V T. U. present n formal application In
writing to the Hoard of Health.
Mrs. Ilrny stated that a fountain at
or near tho Sailor's Homo would pro
tide comfort to' n largo number of peo
ple. It was decided that two fountain
,.0 provided. They will bo suitably In
scribed and W C. T. L will he glen
Mrs. Whitney read two papers on
subjects In which tlic'W. C. T. U. Is
LIHUE DIRTHDAY PARTY.
Mime, Kauai, April lfi. r.ast Tues
day being the sixth anniversary of
MltiF. IMIIh Hire's natal day. It wns
nindc Hie occasion of n happy gather
ing of her llt'lc friends nt Knlapakl,
tho pleasant seaside retreat of hor par
ents After romping nnd playing
games had been Indulged In for some
time, tlio children were nil seated in
tin Hpaclous lannl, which wns beauti
fully decorated, red being tho predom
lunnt color mid hero all enjoyed n
most delicious repast.
A It' linppcncd to bo IJastcr week,
each child was presented with n hand,
soniely decorated Hauler egg, which
wa filled with miniature candy eggs.
greatly to their delight, and they nil
hoped to bo able to bring them homo
Intnrl. to show lo their papas and big
broilers mid sisters. Hnrrlnnn ni.il
Haul Hire, with Ijiwrcnco McUino.
who wns taking leave of Kniiat on
Hint day's steamer, hail the tlm" of
their liven, doing the honors for tlio
following lltllo girls, who wrro pros
out. IMIth Hire. Juliet ltlcu. Amelia
Fnlrthlld. Knthryn Falrchlhl. Mary
Oraco Wilkinson, Horn lliondhont.
Mildred Hogg, Catherine Coney, Annn
Knthryn Mrtanc, ninncho Wlshnrd.
I.lhlic. Kauai. April 10 'ben chil
dren are Hllowcd to piny nroiiiul the
railroad there Is sure to l,c nn ncildcnl
sooner or inicr. such was the inso
over nt Kllauea last Tnesdny when lit
tle Frank Ollvclru lost his life.
I.lltlc Frank, n boy four years nud
three months old, wns playing with n
friend of about the snme age alongside
the track on the Mhue sldo of the mill,
ns they had done ninny 11 tlmo lieforr.
when 11 train inme along on Its wny
out to the fields. To nvold aclrdcnts
the engineers always go very slowly
through the camp, and so wns nlso the
case on tills occasion. It probably
looked easy to little Frank to get on
the ears nnd have u rldo. so he attempt
ed to get on hy taking hold of n car
ns It pnssed him. Tho motion of the
trnln nt onro threw him off his firt
nnd hung him tutwecn two empty cars.
Tho engineer, hearing 11 chlld'H shilck.
Immediately slopped his engine, but
before Hint could ho dono a (oupli- of
enrs hail passed over the llltlo follow
Ho was found (till to bo ulle nnd was
taken to his home, whom ever) tiling
wns none to lavo him. hut without
Deputy Sheriff l.otn was notlllod nud
pcrninally looked Into tho mutter,
but oiinfd no occiiklnii to summon n tor
oner's Jury ns death was obviously due
to an accident. Harden Island.
The Hrlllsh (Iiiverinnent stands to
lose its nnvul reserve unions It ehnngcii
recent reuulntlnns. wbloli r,miln, vh
icnnscrutivo dnvs' Hortin, nt i.en n
Menstrual disorders, Icueorrhoca, bcar
inrj' 'down pains, mp ths vitality out of
womanhood. Wine cf Ccrdui makes
motherhood possible because it cures
these troubles not simply "'temporarily
relfcvtnK the paia, but driving out these
Wine of Cardui fits a woman for every
"'y.0' "(?. rr . v
r I. HWI ' ';
TURN DOWN, AT WILL.
TURNS DOWN TO ONE OR SIXTEEN CANDLE POWER.
Users of ordinary electric lamps have often, perforce, to use IE
candle power when 1-eandle power wculd 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 Co., Ltd. I
Office, King St., near Alakta.
of Smoked Snapper
AUSTRALIA'S GREATEST FOOD
Tor baking, frying, boiling, broiling, for chowders, to scallop,
cream or cook any way your fancy may dictate. Smoked Snapper
Is a universal food fish and Is healthful, appetizing and Invigorat
ing. Will you try come today?
ISLAND ORDERS SOLICITED.
J. M. LEVY & Co.,
were undoubtedly "up against It"
hole" office furniture.
Today tho .
goods have already transformed
Are you so positive that yours does not need transforming?
Hawaiian Office Specialty Go.
EVERYTHING FOn THE OFFICE.
THE BUTTER MUST
BE THE BEST
otherwise the meal stands a very great chance of being spoiled. In
some articles of diet more or less leeway in the matter of quality may
be allowed without any unpleasant results being experienced. With
butter, however, this is not the case. Tho best is none too good for
your family and for your guests.
CRYSTAL SPRINGS DUTTER IS THE DEST,
TWO POUNDS FOI05(t
Metropolitan Meat Co, Ltd.
'PHONE MAIN 45. 5
Waukesha's ORIGINAL Mineral Water
A New Man In Every Bottle.
I'OH 8AMI nVlillYWIIUKU
McPARNANIi&Co., Sole Agents.
Do You Think?
That's what makes and saves money. Juit THINK of Telephone Main
117 when you want your clothes attended to.
HONOLULU CLOTHES CLEANING 00.
;. F. COLDURN IH, Manager.
Phone, Main 390.
with only the old-fashioned "pigeon
thousands of offices into
a) ftccs.'lica'iad' "'
Office, KAPIOLANI BUILDING..
The Bulletin, 75cts per moniii
FORT 3T. OPP. LOVE DLDG.
TELEPHONE MAIN 76.
iijto.i-.-'" ':.T-er&..:.itiit"'-" ' "" ""'A ' 'r ' "" ""
fis' ' L-