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PAT-NINO nULLETIN, HONOLULU. T !!.. WEDNESDAY, APHII. 2."., IMG.
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Published Every Dav Except Sunday,
at 120 King Btrcti. Honolulu,
T. II , by tho
BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO.. LTD.
WALLACE R. FARRINOTQN. Editor
Ktilult'tl at Hie I'lmtiiilli lit lliiiiu I
noltilii n winnd el-mi inalirr. I
Payable In Advance.
Per month, anywhere In U. 3
Portpinrtur, anywhere In U. 8.
Per ) ear, tin) where V.S
Pit year, postpaid, foreign....
Pcr)enr. anywhere In IT. 8....
pircnr. postpaid, foreign ...
Territory of Hawaii, )
County of Oahu. )
( (J. HOCKl'S, limitless Mnnngrr
of the IH'LLETIN Pl'llLISIUNO
COMI'tXV, LIMITED being llrst ilill)
Hwoin. nn oatli. clc poses ntul k:i'
That the following lx a true and mi
reel statement m In illation for the
wpek ending Friday, April TWEN
TIETH, 1906, of the !all nncl Weekly
Edl'lons or tin- Evening llulletin.
Circulation of Evening Bulletin.
Saturday, April 14 2435
Monday, April 10 22C4
Tuesday, April 17 2210
Wedneday,Aprll 18 8210
Thursday, April 19 4002
Friday, April 20 8326
Average Dally Circulation 4575
Circulation of the Weekly Bulletin.
Tuesday, April 17th, 1906 2382
Number of Weeklies delivered on
the Island, of Hawaii alone. .. .1068
Combined fjuarantecd average
I1UI l.CTi.N IMIIUSIII.NO CO.. LTD
C. (1. IIOCKITS.
Subse ilbed ami sworn tn br
lore mi' t tttM 21st day of
ISEAL1 April. 11fi.
P. II. DCHNETT.
Notary Public. I'lrst Judicial Cluulb
.APRIL 2."i, ISWei
Tin i Is mill work fur Hie Inipiovi.
(tient Club lit il.
It ill fin tint W.ihl.iw.i extension
liavi' iimli rgnire relays that might
muse the HiipiTHttiiuiiB to worrj.
If It Is nccessury tn iplmllil Hon
Frnmlsco on splngs tt accommodate
raithqii.ikis. San I'runclsco wilt still
N'itt all have bcin heard fium, but
ciioiikIi tn know that Hawaii has been
(Specially fortunate In the frenlom
from bus of life mnoiiK the many rel
ailvi'H ami friends In the disaster.
Hawaii has made Us romrlhutlous
v.'llliimly nml moro will be mlded Kln.l
ly If It bo needed. In the faee of le
purls ii f .unplo funds and supplies it Is
Inlly to lull up nn Im reaslni; fund Just
lo git n name for giving,
.Murderer Johnson showed either In
tense Insanity or great love for the
8pertarular by making bis grand stand
play nflcr the xerdlrt of the ourt bad
been rendered His sprecb from lac
prisoner's doth did not Increase what
evfr human sympathy' there might h
lor run a murderer facing death.
LIBERAL GIVING AND CONSERVA
The latest Assorlat -il Press dis
patches confirm Ihe prediction that
Honolulu knows the worst detnlls of
tho disaster. Wl'hln a week, work of
relief Is well cugaiilzed nml plans lor
reconstruction well under way. Sec
retary Shaw has tome lo the assist
ance of the financial situation by re
leasing unils of tho mint and placing
115.000,000. at the dlsiKisal of the n a
tlonal hanks. Order Is b.'lng restored
In the midst of tho terrible chaos and
a general survey shows that It inlillit
havo been worse hut not very much.
Honolulu having recovered from the
first shock nml contributed of Its sub
stance libeiiilly Is In a Htnte of mind
tn levluw the situation calmly. Out
pcoplo hnve succeeded wonderful!)
ell In conquering any panlcy feeling
which Is the natural product of such
great disasters. Pessimism .has not
unscatPd common sense, though It has
sought to gain a placo In the front
. There Is no doubt of San Francis
io'h loss infecting Hawaii, lis It will
ihe wholo Pacific Coast. Tbo great
ildc of tourist travel has been brought
.In n stnudsillk nnd tho tlnld ojich will
jirulmbly icmcmbcr the earthquake
'lnugir than we would wish Hut tho
1iVi Mioadcil people don't dwell on
I In M1 unpleasant happenings forever.
,1 After tho Iroquois fire people kept
(iway from tho thatii3 for a while.
Jlut they went back III a very short
ijliuii. When the leatliil wreck of thu
(Twentieth Century Limited tool; placo
wiih ii til 1c lji.it id 1 1 it t the fast Halt)
tluisliitiHii would lieconu bii unpopular
'na to be unprofitable. These trains
'lire very much In demand. The yellow'
rfowr was figured as killing off tho
jfcouth mi n louilst resort. Tourislii
Jjllll go bOlltll.
W None will deny that these mlslnr-
lines have not worked nn Injury, hut
jjhc lecord docs not show that busl
yjicsR (iiuies to a standstill permanent
My in consequence
fe Hawaii's part at tho present day la
jo keep Itselr will In h'inil. not evenlo,
Hmr beiome alaimrd. Wo are illspo
H'd lo agree with Mr. Paris In his view
tjhnt there, as such a thing ns ovenlo
Hug thu contribution or relief funds. It
3nny not be popular when the spirit
tlt the hour is o go witmiui Mint,
jliut it Is well nrter the Imiueillat nee
TfKHlllis of the Ktileken tlly nte pro-
Kldtil In besliute n moun'tit io cast up
aexoun's. Hiinulultl bunlnesa hoitsea
certainly should not put themselves
In a position where thpy will bo need
Iiik relief. ' That point ban not born
aiMin at In il We know of no rca.ion
wh It should he Liberal ulvliiK anil
ceiiidervntlu' thinking will keep the
trinniunlty free fttim dlillctiltlps anil
In n (iiuilitliin io help fiirther an help
0'n ppople must take a llttlo time
Io adjut themselves to the new eon
illtluiio. ntul In doing thin hIioiiIiI woik
iiKi'hii wit h he same mill) nml en
ihudnsm that Ibey have rushed to the
ONE GAIN FROM LOSS
Not the least of the tontlniicd ehrr
InK HPW8 from San Krnnilsco Is llu
slnlenient thai Hip authorities will not
allow Chinatown to b" leliulll Till
In Romvhat on the same onlei as the
paltlal IiIi'koIiik Ibat lame to llonoliil.i
US a result f the plague file
Kan Krnnrlsiii s I'IiIimIomii has been
n source of Interest but not of prlile.
It was thoroughl) hnil from ever)
stanilpolnl It was illrlv nml there was
mil h a shine io the thick slltne IhiU
It tuul: on ome of the iiialltlcs of the
ltmoeil In iiliolliPr seetlon of the
ill) anil lorcetl In rebuilding to on
line nnllniir) rules or sanitation ami
i'm em). San I'mtU'lsm's Chinese col
on) will lw fortunate In having elvll
l,".il -iirroumllni!s ibnt ought to hare
sumo good effect on the general moral
There will bo no tears sheil oer the
patsliiE or the ohl Chinatown or San
I'taiH'l-wo. or rny oilier district tint
has been n lio.idipi.'iilcrs for ill r t ami
PLAYING ITS PART
The fine sensibilities displayed by tbn
illuming paper mils to mini! the old
tiiiiy of the imall boy pla)lng nn nuto
i:aih hoy represented n part of tho
aiilo. One mmll youth well In tho rear
or the mm bine was making a groat deal
or noise iu annul to himself general
A gcitlcninn passim; asked this boy,
'Wli.il ilo )ou rppresent'"
l Why I'm the smell."
Thrre Is n general foiling In com-
menial elrrles that tho retention of
mall liners In San Francisco will bo of
short duration, ami that In a llttlo
while commeri'p will bo much as It
iis before the earthiiiake It Is
known that trains nro operating Into
Oakland, nnd that overland shipping Is
apparently unhampered at the present
V. 'M. Olffard. who represents tho
Ot.hiIc Steamship Company In Mono.
milt, was asked (or nn opinion on tno
subject today nnd he replied:
"it Is simply n matter of conjecturo,
wnen It tomes to sn)ing now lung uiv
vissels will be retained In San Fran-
elm o. Loral authorities (hero will not
permit the boats In leave at present.
Then, there. Is nothing with which to
load them, and It tannot ho stated when
cargoes ran be obtained. Olllces will
have to he established, nnd safes will
probably have to bo git en tlmo to cool,
before much enn bo douo."
QUEEN MA DAY
Today Is n holy day In tho church,
It being the day set apart to St. Murk
tho i:aiiKclist. It Is also the anni
versary of tho death of Her Majesty
CJ'ieen ICmnm Knlcleonnlanl. twenty
one years ago. Divine services wero
held In St. Andrew's Cnthcdral by tho
Hawaiian congregation by n chotnl
celebration of the holy communion,
at 10:20 this forenoon, the rtov. Frank
I'jtz being tho celebrant. Quite a
number of the Into Queen's pooplo
Chinese students in Jnpan cost from
J!)t) to 200 ii year each for malnte
nanic, ngalnst ?G00 to 2000 anywhere
trocx ko dAokuu.
rJ.iHnitin vUwuta AtNT
Kaplotanl Park Addition, Monsarrat
200 ft. Frontage
Dest view In Tract
ready for building
Low price for
Trast Co., Limited.
FORT AND MERCHANT STREETS.
'' Uitfn kwin
V A- YfMiUCTiOBiXau
wjA " Vti
.1. M. MiChPsney )estenbiy rpcelve"
a rnblp from IVed ClarV, saving ilinl
Mr. and Mrs. .1 I' Howler and hlmsell
wore safp. They are on Kullon streel
Word has been rocehod that Sun
CIioiir, mil of S Ahml. tin wealth)
Maul planter, Is safp Sun CIioiik Ir
one or the Hawaiian Chinese attend
dig inpdlenl rotleRe In Sail l'ranclseo
Tbo followltiR hnve been reported
Hrnest N. Smith. Stanford Unlver
.Mrs. Dlrkerson's iieople, San Frap
Mrs. Diirhly, Ilerkeley.
Mr. O. K. Thritm'it fnthpr, formerly
of hhntvu'K hulhllnc Market street.
Ur. Raymond's brother.
A. II. Arointt's friends In Santa Crus.
Mrs. Itobert Srott, rpsldlni: on the
Heath mad, haB received cable ml
vlcei ItiforniltiK her that her folks.
who lived In the Itlehmond district.
San Krnnrlsro. are all safe.
S. Ilnth today received word by ra
bio that The Charlemagne, a new
apartment house Just below Vnn Npss
nvcniip, Snn Francisco, had escaped
disaster In Ihe enrlhiiunko and (lie.
Itolh'H mother and two sisters were
stopping at tho Chnrlomngno. as were
also. It Is believed. Attorney Unimex'
family nnd tho family of Manny Phil
lips. Alexander & llnldwln this morning
received n cable from San rinnclsco
saying that olllces of Ihe San I'rnn
elsro concern hud been established nt
1227 Linden street, Oakland.
The Henry Wn.erhoiiso Trust Com
pony this morning received n cable
gram from I'Mwnrd Pollltz, of F.dward
Pollltz K. Co.. San Francisco, to the
effort that Ihe San Francisco offices
bail been entirely destroyed and of
flce. of the firm had been opened nt
Ihe homo of Pollltz' partner. Henry
St. Ooar, 2025 California sticpt. The
old olllces were nt 403 California
strcpt, San Frnnclsco. Tho Henry
Wnlorhouso Trust Co. here represents
the IMward Pollltz Co.
Miss Leonora Irwin. W. O. Irwin's
sister, who was nt the Occidental hotel,
S.ut l'rnnclsco, Is reported safe.
II. U Kerr has been notified that hl
wife Is safe at Ilerkeley.
Mrs. V. T. P. Wnlerhnuso cabled her
husband here last night that she would
sail from San Kranclsco on Sunday, tho
29th Inst . having engaged berths for
leinrii uassace. Mr. Watcrhoiiso yes
terday cabled bis wlfo to book on the
P. W. Wood heard today thai his
brother, Henry It. Wood, was safe In
Oregon. Wood thinks It pinhalile Ibr.l
his brother was In Sun Francisco at tne
time of tho earthquake.
The Hawaiian Trust Co. has received
ft cablegram from tho Norwich I'nlcm
Mro Insurance Society, of wuicu it is
the local agent, stating that the San
l'ranclseo olflee. 314 California street,
nag been destrnynd.
Allen W. Judil has been located In
Oeo. Drown, owner of largo stables
In San Kranclsco, who sailed hence. In
the Ventura lost night, yesterday re
ceived .word that his wife was safe and
well.. .Ills property was destroyed In
Hip flrp. lie left San Francisco for Ho
nolulit on St. Patrick's day.
Do you want a pretty now dross this
week? Of cotirso you do, perchnnco
sovoinl, and another next week.
(limited then that you do want n
now dress, (ho chances nro good that
you want It to-ho or tfie light, tool,
summery Mud, to get tho bolter of
Iho coming hot weather.
Our orfcrlngn of Summer Wash Ma
terials comprise tho cream of tho sea-
son's novelties In Ilntlstes, Organdies,
Mulls, etc., being priced from 1 2 Vt c.
per yard up.
Wo fcol reasonably ceitnln that you
will find Just what you want somo
wbero In our stocks, your Inspection
of which wo rcspecltiilly solicit.
B. F. Ehlers & Co.
Dealers In Qooil floods,
Pe-ru-na Promptly Cured Himi
Mr. Otto A.TIolsncr, American Kplcurean, lato Chef to Col. W. J. Coadv.
t iiuusio uiu), now ener at tno uainicr urana iiotoi Hoattle, Wnjli., writes t
"I suffered with kidney and bladdor troublo until life did not seem
worth living. I had tried many medicines, hut did not get any re
lief until I took Fcrnna. It was really wonder Ail how much better I
was after I had used this medicine only a week. I did not expect that it
would help mo permanently, but as long as it was doing mo good I con
tinued to use it At the end of six months I found to my rellof that it
had rid my system of all poisons, and
certainly have a splendid medicine
Catarrh of the Kldncjs a Common
Disease Kidney Trouble Often
Falls to Dc Retarded as
Catarrh by Physicians.
Catarrh of tho ktdne) Is very com
mon Indeed. It Is a pity that this fact
Is not better known lo tho physicians as
M well as to tho people.
l'eoplo havo kfdncy cllseaso. They
take somo diuretic, hoping to pot letter.
They never onco think iX catarrh. Kid
ney tllsoaso and catarrh aro seldom as
sociated In tho mlinU of tho people, and,
alas, they aro not Very often associated
In themliidsof tho
CATARRH Or '
f ew p Ii y 1 o I a n s
of tho kidneys, 'lliey doctor for some
thing elso. T hoy try this remedy and
that remedy. Tho troublo may bo ca
tarrh all tho time, A few bottles of Pc
tuna would euro thorn.
For special directions everyone sneuld read "The Ills of Life," a copy
sf which surrounds each bottle. Pcruna lo for sale by alt chemists and
Druggists at onetiotlar per bottle or six bottles for five dollars.
Those wishing direct correspondence with Dr. Hartman and can wait
the necessary delay In receiving a reply, should address Dr. 8. D. Hartman,
Columbus, Ohio, U. S. A.
Denson, Smith & Co. will supply
Slxtv thousand dollsra and ovr. In-
eluding nin.e ili.OUO ntre.i ly sent on
fraternal organUatliiun, tire pi.ie-
tliully iisKiued frum Honolulu alone,
for the San riaiulsio relief fund.
Islands othev than Oauu mo still to
be heard fioiu
J. A. Mcfnndless. clulriiinn of the
collection commute e. wild this mom-
Ing that beside Ihe 5J1.0U') siilikf Ibed
by the Hawaiian Sugar Planteic' Afio-
elation. ocr J'5,000 haj been rulv.d
through general tolb; Hiiiil' her' nnd. ".unerntion. l heso slaves were guard
tountlr.g about jlO.OOi) i.eut on by lo'al led by an army whoso soldiers were
fraternal organizations, sonuuhliig over
C0,000 would bo contributed to Iho te
ller fund. Of this $20,000 wik forward
ed on tho Ventura yesterday
ON KEllETI Willi
Tho Tenltnrlui fjiund Jury met this "Soldiers ordered to shoot Iho men
foicnoon, and occupied Its entire ses- who failed to work expended their cart-
Eion with an Investigation of the new'tldgea on game. When this was (lis-
illscoveiles of siinjiosod ouibczzlemcnti), covered Iho soldiers wero ordered to
which weie round in tno iiccouuis tu r.
Dausnii Kellett, .Judge D. Dolt's for-1
mer cleik. Chief Cleric Heniy Smith
and his asNlslnnt, Jauirs Thompso':,!
weic called us wltnoiscs befoie tho ln-
ipilslllon, as lliey had made u mliiulol
inventlgiitliin, of nellett'H uecoiilits. I
I buy bioiighl with them n ninsit or pa.!
jx ih ielntle In tho matter.
Smith stales that sciiuu Ileum of ox-'
pi-mlltuie ueie fun ml III the iiccoiiutu
Willi the endorsement or a wniuan'ui
name, vc lilc-li might jume tu bo ,i
A mining company whleh hull' u
$10,000 club hotibc for Its men at Ills-
hep, Ariz., fuur ycuis ugo, loiuid tint
hullillnt; a lilndrame, ns the men ic-
fused to be paternallzcd, and Ii wjj
turned ener to thn V. M. C. A., which
is making a success or tho enterprise,
nnd now has twice us ninny men rn- j
tolled ns euuld be eeeured for Ihe club, :
Dills "Does your (wlfo prat tit
cionoiiiyV" Wills -"Yea, when she
buys nil) thing for me." :
llu)rt' "What makes you bay Unit
ho Is u tool i attorney?" Joyce "Hj
Is always biiylu,! lee cream." I
If every man did his patt tome peo-
lie wouldn't have (of ran y two burdens,
that I was cured to stay cured. You
and I gladly endorse it" Otto A.
Pe-ru-na Removes the Cause of the
Pcruna strikes at tho Tory centre of
llioilllllcully by eradicating tho catarrh
from tho kldnoys. Catarrh Is tho causo
of kidney dllllculty. llomovo thocauio
and you rcmovo tho effect. With un
erring accuracy Pcruna goes right lo
tho spot. Tho kldnoys aro soon doing
their work with perfect regularity.
Thousands of Testimonials.
Thousands of testimonials from Deo
plo whohavo had kidney dlscaso which
had gono beyond tho control of tho phy
sician aro received by Dr. Itartman
every year, giving Pcruna tho wholo
pralso for marvolous cures.
Address Dr. Hartmsn, President of
Tho Hartman .Sanitarium, Columbus,
All enrrcipondoneo bold strictly con
Ihe retail drug trade In Honolulu.
In Congo Free State
New York, April S It was nn
nomitcil this afternoon In n people's
meeting in the Church of the Kplphany
' than an appeal had been made to Iho
lulled States by Coventor Curtis Guild,
rcalnkl the altocltlcs being practiced
In tho Congo I-'iee State under the rule
of Kin? Leopold of Ilclglum. Guild la
vice president of tho Congo, Reform As
toclutlun. The ltcv. Herbert 3. Johnson, pastor
of the Wurrcn street Ilapllst church u
IloMon. mill he had left his pulpit foi
' thrto months In order to tour tho conn.
'ry nun oniaiu mo tacts nnoiu tno tcr
llble crlnic.i thut ate being perpctrr.tcJ
in tho Congo Free Stnlc.
"I got my Information," Dr. Johnson
said, "f i oni the report of King l.eo-
I'old'a own tonunlsilon of lumilry and
I from Protestant nnd Catholic mission
ones. Tho icport slates that In six
months U00O i Ight hands wero cut on
from subjects whom King Leopold
eompUlcd to work for him without rc-
' riovwcii cam with a clilcotte. This ln
strument of torture Is made of strips
of green hlppotamus hldo, which urn
twisted ntid dried nnd mail? Into a
whip. Tho spiral edge of each strand
when tho whip hardens is as keen as
a knife blade. When a slayo falls
short In his day's work ho Is stripped
nnd held fnco downward, while tho chl
sotto Is nppllcd. Ninety lashes Is thn
usual punishment. In many instances
death lesults before fuirpunlshment is
nring imcic tno right hand of a slave
for each empty caitrldge."
!'YSN LIKE LYNCHING.
St. Louis, April IC-Kxnresslons
were sought Idday Irom tho vIkii-v-Oou'iiioiH
ront'crnliiK Iho .Siiiiiihi.. .,i
lynching. Coventor llngerman or New
''Such a lynching ns took placo In
Spriugneld, under a rtntua or liberty.
will, the police helpless, rould no
havo orcurro.l In New Mexico. Our
mounted police) aro men who would
tnko no arc omit or thn odds against
them In onioning tho law. It would
he r lasting dlsgruco to a shcrllT In
the Ten llory to havo a prisoner taken
tioni him by a mob, as It Is lo have
a prisoner escnpo."
"Ilaco prejudice U not bounded by
geographical Hues, This oittbieak, In
which thu mob did not atop lo learn
whether Iho prisoners wero guilty. In
another Inulnucu of this hycnn-llhu
Jennings -"That man smith has ,a
game leg." Ilenulngs "Cult Isn't
Willcox & Gibbs New Automatic
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NICKEL-PLATED ON PLANISHED COPPER.
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FORT AND MERCHANT 8TREET3. I
California will probably not ship
mules to Hawalr for a long time,
as she will need etary draught anl
mat she has. Bcttctget nome of
Schumart Carriage Co.,
The following persons have been to-,
cated sale and well:
Chester Rbsckraiis, 117 Lyon ctrectf
Wm. Richards please notify If shall ro
turn on Alameda,
Corrlne Cook, 17CS Droadway; noti
C. V. Sturtevant, 1213 Third avenue.
M. Hclncman, 1532 Fulton street.
Mrs. F. Watcrhouse, 2012 Daksr
J. N. Klrkland, 41 Shracler ctreet.
John Zowler, 1083 Fulton,
Cuttings, 350 San Joce avenue,
J. Dauliell, 1154 Masonic avenue;
notify Kohala Seminary.
Geo. Macloud, Crockett.
Mro. M. Roth, Lot Angeles.
W. J. Coon, 12C2 Eighteenth avenue,
Chas. Q. McGurne, Walnut Creek,
Mrs. J. F. Clay, 1371 Masonic ave
nue. A. F. Woodbrldge, 1011 Castro
street; notify Turner, Hllo.
J. P. McGough, 759 Ducna Vista.
James, George, Deb Harrison, Ham
Alex. Cockburn, 1410 Octavla.
Decker, 920 Ashbury.
Ina Fleming, 3501 Jackson street;
wants Wm. Wayman to send assist
ance. ..Mrs. Ocmted, 528 Stanyan.
Edgar Miller cable Paul $100.
Peterson and Pratt report all Hono
lulu Stanford students well,
II. n, Cooper leceivod a'-wlrelcEs tel
cgrum this morning dating that th
ceremony of laying tho corner alone
of Iho new Masonic Temple, tit Kahulul
has been postponed n week. The orig
inal plan was for hto event to tako
place Saturday next. May Dili Is Iho
dato now set.
A large and Interesting collodion
of nrtlclcH or nil hnrls la being niiidn
ut the niic'lon iooiiih or Will K. t'lnn
er, lower Kort street, lo bo nitrtloued
tiff by Ihe well known nuellnnucr on
Saturday, Iho proceeds lo go for Iho
benoflt of Iho Sun l-'ranelsco sufferern.
Col. I'lshcr Is u San Krancisran and
lining nil In his power to assist In
swelling the relief fund.
Henry May & Co. icpoit that there
will bo no bulter shortage hero au a
irsult of tho San Kranrlsco trouble.
They are assured of an ample supply
HOUSES TO LE'l
Bargains in Kaimuki Lots
HOMES FOR SALE
"RENT and COMPANY
Your Chance to
Lay in Flour
VH HAVE JUST RECEIVED A
LARGE SHIPMENT OF
This flour ts of. a very high grade
and the conslgnnymt came at a most
opportune time, with a flour famine
threatened. Prevent running short,
by ordering what you nro likely to
need, at once.
Henry May & Co. .
RETAIL MAIN 22. ,,
WHOLESALE MAIN 92.
A DEAUTIFUL EIGHT-FOOT BOUND
TOP TADLE. V
Top Is 4-1 Inches across.
Only $17J50 Only
Covne Furniture Go,
HOTEL AND UNION 8T3.
It Is Cool
JU3T THE PLACE TO SPEND
The best of everything
ALL STORTS OF AMUSEMENT,
ALL KINDS OF RECREATION,
ALL THE COMFORTS OF HOME.
Tickets and Information at Oahu
Railway Station and Trent & Co., or
ring up Halelwa Hotel, King 53.
On Sundays the Haleiwa Limited,, a
two-hour train, leaves at 8:22 a. m.j
returning, arrives In Honolulu at 10;.10
High Sheriff Henry thin morning ro
crlvctl n wireless mcjsnge Hinting tli'U
James Hush, the Jailor of tho Kanrn
Jail, illul suddenly last night.
The deceased was nbout fH years or
age. Ilo wan a veteran or Ihe Civil
Vnr. In which ho sorved in the navy
or i he North, nnd received n pension
l luce last year. Afior Iho war ho went
lo Tahiti, wheiict-i he I ('tinned to Ha
waii a h unite or n Balling phscI, He
lived In Hi') Islands over since, slnylng
with his btother. John K. Hush, when
ho was Coventor of Kauai. Ilo leaver
a wlfo and sou.
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