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nvnNIN'O IWIXKTIN. HONOLULU, T. Il , WEDNESDAY. Al'Ull. -!5. 100C-
Increasing Among Women, Blit
Sufrcrcrs Meed Not Despair
THE BEST ADVICE IS FREE
Of all tho diseases known, with which
the female organism Is ntlllcted, kidney
Jlieasa Is the most fatal, and statistics
ihow that this disease is on the Increase
Ycu should have a little electric
heater. Jutt turn the switch and the
water or food will be heated In a min
ute. Wonderfully convenient In the tick
room or for the baby.
Inexpensive To Operate.
San Francisco Trouble
Fifteen Bags Of Gold
And Drafts On
8. 3, Ventura
Will Not Hinder
SALE OF i1 1 If
a a u lurjeij if
Sale Now On
Certain lots that we will discontinue. In tome we have fulf'llne j
! of slies; others, tliea are broken, but they are all stylish, urodate i
! shapes and will be placed on ,ale at Less Than Cost Prices!,,' i
ij 50 c. Corsets, 2 styles at 3T l-2,c. ij
1 1 75 c. y 2 at 60 c.-'
i! 0 .UU .. L ,. ai or
I 1.50 3 at $1.15 5
!! 2.00 .. 5 at L45 ij
ji " ii ;
ji 2.50 ,, at 2.10 i
j! V j
! G. D. 'Corsets
I; 1.00 and 1.25-qUalities on sale a ij
! j 50q, PAIR j
N.S. SACHS j
Dry 'Goods Company Ltd.
'! CONNER FORT AND BERETANIA STREET8. !
Promotion work In Honolulu will
not mirror as a result of Hip rnrthqunko
In H.m Francisco, nrrorilitiK to sentl
nicnls expressed hy koine of thoie who
nrc KiiiiliiilliiK Ilia work. It Is Iheir
belief Mint thero Is Just as much need
lor udtertislui; lloiiululii now us vtor,
mill Ihey will ciulciixor to lot tho world
know Ihnt In llotiolulu rim bo fouml
hh safe n ilnic to live, us well ua con
Kenlnl emlrnnment, ns nny whero In
I lie world.
As seeral members of Ilia commit
tee wcro cngagcri yesterday afternoon
In collecting lunds to i.ouil to San
Francisco, tho regular mertlnR of llio
ccminiltleo ilhl not take plnro, but the
next weekly meeting will he held ns
though nothing iinusunl had hnppencd.
No special meeting wllflie rnlllil of the
committee between now and the time
lur the regular session, unless soni"
IhltiK of uiiUKiial impoitunce comes up
to ilemnnd It.
Literature Is brine prepared nnd
mailed every day .by the (.'ommllt.e
In eveiy partof the United Klaten, nnd
during nil the excitement oocnslonod
by the Kan Francisco rntnslropho (his
work nent merrily on.
It is believed by some rllUcns that
the Han Francisco tioublo will only
Kite more confidence on tho part of Ilia
Renernl public In Mo snrcty or tlie Ha
wiillun Islnnds. No great calamity luu
eer oecurreil here. It Is pointed out.
nnd while Hoods, blizzards, tidal waes,
earthquakes uud other dnnlli-proinnt
lug occurrences nro being experienced
In other part of I he world, Hawaii
lias enjoyed entire safety.
Oil IfflEEA I
I HI iJmm I
I WA1 rainier bottling works
I ttiwnfl I Honolulu. Phone While 1331
amnn wnnmnm nnn mm immnroK
1 C. Q. YEE HOP & GO.
'2 We always welcome a comparison of prices and an examlna- JJ
y tlon of our fresh meat This applies to our Meat Business, on w--
iy all of which our prices are as reasonable as Is consistent with g
; the standard of quality, and strictly maintained In a most sanl.
"The College Widow"
Willi everything In perfect rcadl
ness. the new scenery, effects, otr..
Just In order, nnd the cast well up In
theli work, tho dress rehearsal of
"Tho Collcgo Widow" last evening was
a most satisfactory one. Tho rollego
scenes nro most natural and tciy
pleasing, nnd the football net, where.
In tho big gnmo between Al water nnd
lllnRham Colleges lakes place, Is very
true to life and holilB the interest per
The costuming, coIIcro colors, stnRO
decorations, etc.. nil unite in making
sonio very pretty pictures productive
of moBt pleasing results. Tho music
and college song work como In for
their shnro and arc there Just ns ou
expect tliem. In tho last net tho
students nppenr In front of tho hotel
nnd are celebrating their great football
victory. It Is evening. Tho hunches
of MudentH nro mnklng bonfires of
signboards, gntos nnd fences. Follow
ing the old customs, they nro march
ing all over town with Old Hlam
.Ilk lis of Sqnnntumtlllo ns their lead
er, tearing down billboards and gen
erally celebrating In the good old way.
Tho box plan for reserved senlB op
ened this morning at Wall, Nichols
Co A great many tickets havo been
reserved nnd tho outlook Is very good
for big houses, which means n great
big hum to swell tint relief fund that
goes forwiild from here. Remember.
Tlinmilnv and Saturday evening April
2th ami 28th and Saturday mnllnee,
April 28th, Hawaiian Opcrn House.
You simply musi noi miss -uio '
l..L.i widow." You'll bo doing n good
net for tho relief fund nnd you'll bo
treating yourself well.
With every berth taken, the S. S.
Ventura departed last night for San
Frandsco on the time originally set. S
o'clock. This is probably tho biggest
load of citizens fiom Honolulu that
uver departed lor IbeCo.isl on nny ves
sel The larger majoilty of thoso go
ing nro leaving In hunt up relatives In
Han Frnuclsdi, nnd to give thm all the
aid In their power. In addition to the
largo number of passengers, the Veil
turn ItKik from Honolulu cr.uo bugs of
sugar, 200 bugs of rke, ir,00 hunches
of bananas nnd u variety of oilier
fielehl. She also had on board xso.uuu
In money for relief of surfers In bun
Fine Job Printing at the Bulletin.
Treasurer I.. T. Peck of the flovern
nr's Relief Committee snt the follow
ing nwny in tho Venturn, for San
Francisco, last evening, directed tn
Jnme.1 F. Morgan, relief uncut, who
nailed In the H. S. Nippon Mnru earlier
In the day. The money went wllh tho
Apr. -21, 1D0G.
Per 8. S. Venturn.
Xfr. James F. MnrRan, enro Alexander
& Ilnldwln, Ltd., 100(1 lnth St.,
Dear Sir: On behalf of tho flovern
or's Relief Committee, 1 have shlpied
to jou hy registered mail. IT. bags o
gold, each containing $1,000.00. Insur
ed In the Swiss Marine Insurance Co.,
Alexander & Ilaldwln, Mil., Agents. I
nlso send the following drafts to your
order, each at 15 das sight, accept
No. -128111, C. S. & Co. on Wells,
Fargo Nevada Nat. Hank $2,000
No. 11002);, II, ft Co. on the llntik
of California 2,500
No. 172S, First Nat. Hank on the
Canadian Hank of Commerce,
S. F. 2,500
and tho following draft ni sight
No. r,:.20, II. of II. on Wells. Fnr
go &. Co.'n Ilnnk. N Y ".KOO
This remittance Intnls $.10,000.
drawings on tho Trlsio banks nro
inndo by lime drafts for reasons which
you will rendlly understand. While
thU remittance Is being made up,
moro money Is coming In. wblclrcnn
not ro forward until Ibc next steamer.
Wo nre confident -that you enn expect
nt least $20,000.00, additional, at that
Plenso tnko notice Hint nt n meeting
of the (leneral Committee this niter
noon. It was voted that one-fourth of
nil llio money sent lo you bo turned
over by you, half and half, lo the Jau
ntiest nnd Chinese Consuls, respcit,
Ively, In Snn Francisco, for llio relief
of their countrymen; ko Hint of this
present remlltnnce, you will plenso
pay. at such time nnd manner ns meet.!
your npprovnl, to
II. I. M.'s .Inpanose Consul $3,750
II. I. M.'s Chinese; Consul 3,750
With nothing further lo offer at this
writing, and thanking ou In ndvnnro
on behalf of tho Committee, for tin)
Hvlf-sacrlflctiig efforts which ou nro
undertaking on behalf of this column
titty and Its friends in tho stricken
city, I remain.
Yours very truly,
I, T. l'KCIv, Treasurer.
Oovcrnor'B ltellcf Committee.
Lpq! &"! jV iB?H
Unless early nnd correct treatment Is
applied tho patient seldom survives
when once the ilUvnsei fastened Uon
her. Wo believe I.yclln K. Plnkham's
Vegetable Compound Is the mint efll
dent treatment for chronic kidney
troubles of women, and Is tho only med
icine especially prepared for this
When n woman Is troubled wllh pain
or weight In loins, backache, frequent,
painful or scalding urlnntion, swelling
of limbs or feet, swelling' under thu
eyes, nil uneasy, tired feeling In tho
region of tho kidneys or notices n
sediment In tho urine, she should
low no tlmo In commencing trentinent
with I.ydla K. Plnkhnm's Vegetable!
Compound, ns It may bo tho means of
saving her life.
For proof, rend what I,ylla K. rink-
Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd
Office, King St., near Alakea. 'Phone, Main 390.
The I ham's vegetable Compound did for Mrs.
" I esnnot express the terrible milTcrlng I
hail til endure. A drrniigi-mentnf tli frnuil
organi dew loped nmuiw prmtratlon ami n
me for n year, tint I kept getting worse, until
I was unable to do anything, nnd I uuidx up
my mind I could lint five. I lliudly derided
tntrv I.tdin K. lMnlclminV Vemtnhlo dun
pound as a hut resort, an, 1 ntn tiMtay n w ell
woman, i rnnnnvprniM. uimiiiigiuy, una i
tcllecrr milTeiing woiiuiii nlnnit lay cum."
Mrs. I'nunn Sawyer, Dmyers, (la.
Mrs. Plnkhum gives free ndvlco. to
women ; addrcvt lu conUdvncc, Lynn,
IT IS BELIEVED
BE AS WAS PLANNED
Telephone Order Department
Patrons unable to visit our establishment are assured expe-
dlttous service and the same careful attention as Is given to pur- -m
s' chases made tn neroon.
i chases made In person.
. .i. tpi r-nuMiit? HAiti oe. M ITIMn ftTrtrPT.
7iiUiiiiHiii aiiiiiaiiiiiiiu mi mum
Y. SUGA SHOTEN
Wholesale & Retail Liquor Denier,
Din Stock of Japanese and American Liquors. Banzai 8aloon In connection.
IWILEI AND KINO STREETS.
P03T0FFICE POX 866. TELEPHONE MAIN 82.
"Will the trans-Piicinc yacht rare bo
railed off as n result of the earth-,
cpiukc?" Is a iiiesllon that is being
asked In Honolulu Secretary Wood,
of tho Promotion Committee thinks llio
nun will tnko plate. Ho believes that
the people of San Francisco will want
to show to tho win hi that II has not
lost Its vitality by Its recent inlsfor
tune, nnd that yachtsmen of thai city
will endeavor to aid In getting the rare
"The dato for llio beginning of Ilia
rjco Is kuimi distance nwny yet." said
Mr. Wooil this morning, "and by lh
tlmo It tirrlves San Francisco will huve
recoveied to a large extent fiom Its
excitement. The rnco U set for May
19. uud I feel ipilln confident Hint It
will take place ns originally planned. '
Tom llobrou, who It one of tho great'
est rulliusl.istrt in Honolulu concerning
Hie rnco, departed csterdny on llio
Ventura. While he made no statement
to that effect. It Is ronlldeiitly expell
ed that b will like bis Inlluence while
away lu getting the present program
for thn race carried out In detail. It
Is probable, aC-cordlug lo the opinion
of Borne of those Interested In tho
event, that much good could he dono
by Immediate correspondeuco with tin)
various-people who bud planned to en
ter tin) race.
Will be received nt tho oinco of tho
Hoard of Supervisors, of tho County
of Maul, Walliiku, Maul, up to 12
o'clock noon, Tuesday, May 1st, A. I).
101)0, for the construction of n cement
stdewnlk along Main Street and Mar
ket Street, Walluku.
Specifications nnd blnnk forms of
proposals may bo obtnlncd nt the of,
lleo of tho County Clerk, Walluku,
No proposal will bo entertained ex
cept Uhiii tho blnnk forms furnished.
, certified check in Hi" amount of
Three Hundred ($300.00) Dollar
drawn In favor of W. II. Heunlng,
Chairman of llio Hoard of Supervisors,
must accompany each proposal.
WM. FlIHI). KAAH.
Clerk of the Hoard of Supervisors
for the County of Maul.
April Ullh, A. I). ll-'OC.
S3C2-MO & Inch Apr. 28.
The Bulletin, 75cts per nioni'n
REAL ESTATE DARQAINS.
On ensy monthly payments, largo mod
ern Cottnge, 1213 Mntlock Avo.; 4
bedr., 1 block from 2 car lines, small
cash payment, hal. 0.
.I'uunul flr. cottage, large stables, etc.
75150; $1200, 1-3 cash; bargain.
A few cbolco I-otB nt I'uunul Avo. nar
gain. Kasy terms.
8.20 acres tract off Nuiiann Ave. Plen
ty water. Closo to car lino.
F.te., i:tc Ktc.
Furnlidiod mosqulto-proof, modem
collate. 'Jr. Ileckwlth St. Car line.
$20 p. in.
Furrlslied 5 r. Cottage, Manoa Vat
ic) Ideal Summer homo, good bath
Ug, Mountain air. Stable. Near car
line. Only 510 p. m.
Houre. 2 bedr. Heach Itoad. $10.
i:tc. Ktc., me.
P. i:. II. 8TIIAUCII,
Wnlly Building. 74 S. King St.
THE SALVATION ARMY.
P.nslgn nnd Mrs, llamnilll and
daughter, lUhel, fiom Auckland, New
Zealand, arrived on tint veniurn, yes
terday afternoon, nnd wilt remain In
Honolulu for a couple of months, lo
assist Adjutant uud Mm, llambeiry In
thn work of thu Army. Tho Knslisn
and his wife nnd daughter nro musical,
nnd their music and singing will bo
a grcnt holn to llio local Corps.
They will havo ehnrgo of tho meet
ing tonight In the hnll, corner of King
and Nuiiann streets, una ovurylicxly l
cordially Invited tn attend.
Our New Tea
The 1905 crop of choicest teas
has Just come to hand and we
are now selling t In bulk In
If you use this tea there Is no ex
cuse for not having the very
choicest beverage, because
this tea Is new and fresh.
Desldes, you don't pay for the
package, and we offer a better
quality for the money than
you can get elsewhere. "
JAPAN, YOUNG HYSON,
And Other Varieties. " "
J, M. Levy & Go.
KING ST. PHONE MAIN 119.
A Digestive Marvel
Stops that distress after eating
For sale by your druggist, or by
W, G Peacock & Co., Ltd,
were undoubtedly "up against It" with only the old fashioned "pigeon
hole" office furniture.
I goods have already transformed thousands of offices Into
Are you to posttlv that yours does not need transforming?
Hawaiian Office Specialty Go.
, EVERYTHING FOR THE OFFICE.
THE BUTTER MUST
BE THE BEST
otherwise the meal stands a very great chance of being spoiled. In
tome 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. The best Is none too good for
your family and for your guests.
CRYSTAL SPRINGS DUTTER IS THE BEST.
TWO POUNDS FOR G5d
Metropolitan Meat Co, Ltd
'PHONE MAIN 45.
The ISLAND MEAT CO.
It In a splendid position lo secure for Its patrons the very best Island meat,
carefully handled. Also Island Poultry of every description.
TELEPHONE MAIN 78.
Jas. E. Westbrook
FORT ST. OPP. LOVC DLDG.
Per stmr. W. (I. Hnll. for Kauai
ports. April 21 -J- U lljorlh, Dr. F. A.
St. Kure, A. J. Kpltier, A. Hohlncon,
Mrs. Perry, Pat Murphy, K. Hlraoku,
Miss lltiekborch. O. N. Wilcox. K. Om-
stcd, II. (I. rlpuldlug, Mrs. St. Sure nndi
Per stmr. I.lkellke. for Molokat and Safes Opened, Typewriters, Cash Reg
Maul norl-i. April 21 -Jno. Hlruni, Mlm,l'" nd Sewing Machines, Lawn
S. tt. WEBB
GUN AND LOCKSMITH.
GENERAL REPAIR SHOP.
Waukesha's ORIGINAL Mineral Wafer
A New Man In Every Bottle.
POR 8ALII BVUimVIIURII
McPARLANlic&Co., Sole Agents.
II. Il;;ht. Miss II I'oihu.
Per stmr. ICe An Hon, for, Kauai
ports. April 21 Win. Leigh.
Evening Bulletin 75d per month.
Mowers cleaned, adjusted and repaired
REMOVED TO UNION STREET.
Fine Job Printing at The Bulletin
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 CLEANING CO.
j. F, COLBURN III, Manager. Office, KAPIOLANI BUILDING.
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