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i:vi:nino iiui.m:tin, Honolulu, t 11 . tiu'ksuay, april :g. ioc.
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at 1Z0 Miir Silcct. Honolulu,
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Monday, April 1G 2261
Tuesday. April 17 .2215
Wednctday.Aprll 18 . ...3210
Thursday, April 19 -1002
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Tuesday. April 17th, 190G .2382
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IKCAI.I A Mll, IDiMi.
p. 11. nruNi:rr,
.Volar Public. 1'lrst Judicial Clli-illt,
Al'ltll. 20 l!)0i.
Intrinsic values of Hawaii h grent
proptriltH have not been lediic ct h)
a lire In San I rn ill Into.
Legal hnlldii)H In Kan Kratic Isco ale
1 1 r n 1 ). 1 1 1 nlioiil hy mi)thliiR lint '.he ou
illlloiis expelled when every day Ih
.luilcu Do llolt'H warning tn attorneys
about to discuss a case before the Jur)
shows wonderful forcslRht or 11 knowl
edge of what was coming.
The morning paper's struggle to
holster It attempt, at news service l
deer) Iiir others Is nu linheillo iis lis
xlrlous pessimism Is out of tuuill ullll
A slcami r tilings the news that the
Imyrolt acalnst AiiiitIiiiii goods In Chi
11a 1 ns (ome In an mil. (iooil neus n(
iui) tra Is slowly, nml ma not ho
alwavs absolutely nu urate at that.
Roosevelt's proposal that Mare Ixl
nnd Nay Ymd Ik lniproid b) the ex
pciiillture of fl.jno.imi) gives Congicss
an opportiuill) to piove Its nbillt) tn
appreciate the aliio of strengthening
the liual status In the I'm Ilk-.
When brokers flguro that a period
of (heap teciirillck oilers a linn to
make nioucy, It Is ulwn)s 11 good plan
tn (Huskier whether a 1llH.1t.trr III otu
mainland business miter has reclined
the lulrinsli Miluc of propel ly In Ha
waii or ledmcd the pike of siiR.ir
'there's n time to think before follow
ing the irnvvd that bctoiiu'it p.inh)
"The II no sensibilities dlsptavcil by
the morning paper iitlts, eli of
courso this Is fi run the II11II1II11. or
sensibilities would "call" When the
lliillctln rocs on the warpath thu V.xxk
Hah I.ihriiiiro sulTi'rs mcjio than any
thliif else. Advillser.
This, from thu sponsor for the morn
InR papei'u small sepinvvkH, Is tivvlul'
Mr. Paris, louilieil n kc)notc of pub
He sentiment In surrcsiIiir that coin
shall not be si nt from llnwiill so rap
Idly that tve shall In turn be ailing 011
Sjii Frumlnco for tellef MalnlanileiH
may havo dilllciill) in uiide'rHtnnditiR
that Hawaii's Isolation makes It pos
Bible to ship cnniiRli coin out of the
Terrllor n create .vci) iinemiifort
able (ondltlons Hut It Is so. If siuh
discomforts 1110 necessary. Hawaii will
Hand bj without n murmur
HAWAII AND SAN FRANCISCO
nstlinntes of Han Tram Urns lii3sei
lil-en in (onneclloii wllh the suite
ments regjidlng Hie pn)ineiit of Insui
suoo and the Rii.it lellcf fund Unit
has poured Into the illy from all di
rections, offer a lictlei pi respect leu
rapid nnd successful reioiistiuitlon
(ban might well bu expteled.
'I be illy will no' be Itself again for
many a long day but the Indications
for lis piestlge being liausferrucl
niross the b'ly or to mi) ol lis mm
petltora linds little loullrmallon In
Jbo detail of events iih rIncii in the
The banks are sound mid the loans
they have made are not likely lo have
fitcruRCd bC)oud most ennse natlie
(alius Klatnnients of tho liisiifmue
iompnnles furnish n fair guaranlee
lint 11 largo fund will he atall.ihb
for Hie payment of lio lieatlest losses
JThU will Immediately rctiiin lo Imsl
4iess channels Hveiy business man
Will use what he has left to moiip his
losses. Tho reiki lurid eoiislderecl with
jlio fiRiires Rltcn of tho numbers home
jess allows over ten dollars foi coi)
jnan, woman and clilld, which should
be ample nnd leave a margin This
ellef fund Is In addition to tlio great
Juno unt of supplies sent In,
IJieuuillllllg Him uiu wuih ui c-iVHiiiib
tlit cltv dcbils will reipilro nn nrni) of
workmen of the elass whoso nione)
goes ipilekly Into 1 In illation. Aiming
these i fipl limes will In Rood. 1101
wltliKlandiiiK the terrible price n
whli li tlieli Immediate opportunity for
work nl fair wagi'B ' purthased In
11 lame nie.inuro lite ilt will ro bnil.
to Hi st prlmlple, but the old spirit
will not be Inst nml bushiest will lie
done, thotiiili it bo lariled on under
iiutBiitid limi'iiiarj shaikn.
I'lider nnj 1 Irciiinitmtces, It Is dim
cull to understand what cooil Is 10 be
done Hawaii by trjliiR to proe that
iKiuefoith other elties than that with
whlih out Interests me so 1 lintel) nl
lied will do the business It is 1 lit
wall'h iart to tako Rood enre of Itself,
but i.ctrr In liroinole the petlinlstlt
lew that inn do notliliiR Inn llijtii)
HOLLAND'S YELLOW PERIL
Some )eirs iiro it was popular fot
Hie 111111 01 books unit Rreit knowledR..
to diilare Hut Orluitals inn mil'
seilouuli liileriin nllh Hie supiim
,i or Hi' uhlti ime Hint was be,
loie one of the Oiliutal natloilH ' .iwi.k
1 lied ' i:en now tin re Is more 1I1111
one who la nulls at the Herman Hniper
crs le.sou iie)elln I CI II
It M.'ins lioM'er. that Holland lias
found 1 ml inoblem lu the Hast Ill
dies .is u ipiiult of its surplus Orliniul
lopiilalloil A lai'Ke Chinese population
has been foileied wllliuiit iipp.ireul
I) seekllii; to eiluiate or do mi)thliu
but let it. like ropj). Just Riow. Tli"
result of this pulley Is dcstrlbul ar
tullows In the HnmbiirRcr N.ichrh blui
"I he rlgns of Cliltns anakinlUK me
uuinbeiloj mil the awakening Is
shaking Holland out of man) plcns.mi
dreams In the Dutili Cast Indies then
me no less Hi in Buo.ooo Chinese. mot-
I) men. the families Ii"!iir few 111 num
ber 'I hose Chinese ni i) Uc ill lilcil In
to two il.iPEes one elars works on the
plantation In the mini's, lu the port.",
while 'he oilier Is loiiipoed of tisuiers
and lltes li) exploitation of the needy
Ihu molles, or llrst elass, however, inn
not he spared as the nalhes of the
Indies .lie luz) nml woitliless, anil are
weak and slow workeis Hut while
this U true for Hie coolie It Is nut true
lor a Iiiiri. niiinbir of Chinese who llo
1 nariisltii evlsieuie and support Hiclu
kches cntlicl) by irooked praellus of
. .iiliuui soils lu J.i mi particular!) tin
pisn. weak 11 lines me mere ela) i:i
the li mils of the Chinese tr.uleis and
"Willi Utile or no property the Chin
ese id to .1 town. 1 Ik up a shop, and be-
Ill 10 nadn, HiiiilgKle. lend inouej, sell
opium and other drugs, lu it short time
uceomliiR rich men Then the) ro
home In till') way many millions arc
annually taken from the couiilr); a
flioit time iiRii n Chinese who Ihed at
SrinnraiiR died, IcaWnR n fortune esti
mated nt IJO.WO.000. The ilass to
which tills man brluiiRcd Is decidedly
the pes I uf the Indies, nnd It Is an out
men Hint nil branches of trade, whlc'i
could support thousands of Europeans
mid natHis, li.nc been monopollzeil by
the )illuw men. In the chief tun in.
there lire man) Chinese who lite Hko
primes, but who bcR.111 their earccis In
cuiiic little Ullage In Hie Interior, an 'I
It Is the unanimous opinion that the
Roternmciil has allo,ed the )cllov:
peril to Increase lL'jend nil rc'isciiiablc'
bounds The worst part of the matter,
however, Is Hint today tliero tan be nu
SoIiir luck: the time when mi ciicrRftlc
pioRiam could hno been put In force
ngnlust thu Chinese bus slipped awn)
nnd the only real way In correct Ihu
ivll restriction uf emlRratiou, Is uv
mm Hin rci eminent fe.us to use"
'I lie Rit'tit lesson in this situation la
that n country that allows any portion
uf Its domain tu be incniin with mi
alien peuplu payg the penalty dcnily
huonei or later Tliusu wlio do the
work will bu found among the
leaders uf trade mid Indiisli).
Where no effort Is made to edu-
-ate them In aihnncid ideals the con-
Ultlons of the Dutch Iast Indies ui'
certain to he repealed
When tlio Oriental Is mentioned, I la
wall always has its own piohlems In
mind It is worth especial note thai
tills Tcrillory while pinlltlni; by Hol
land's experience is necr likely to be
tlireatened similarly If It continue the
wlsu Amrulrnn pulley of dealing with
the )iiutli of the Oriental lu the name
manner ns (he children of other races.
Hawaii lulls nothing lu the way of mi
Oriental building up n fortune, hut It
Mrs thai legitimate methods are ful
ItTHtHT Itl&URAMt AbtMT
Kaplolanl Park Addition, Monsarrat
200 ft. Frontage
Best view in Tract. Lots graded
ready for building. Low price for
Trust Co., Limited.
FORT AND MERCHANT STREETS,
. ''Mti&zl&li&r COMPANY.
1 ' 1ti'fr HMITtB ,
.Wy VI STOCK am BOND DROrttHi
ilDlY .11 I
Hie rir.iiul Jur) Is ctlilentl) nndlng!
the Kcllctt eiiibczlcincut matter a cryi
Interesllng one At leint it ik-parte 1 1
fium its custom uf holding one day a1
week scssluiiH li) convening again till .
forenoon nfler hnliiR met )estorda).
Oil both diijs Hie Kcllctt matter was'
the only insc considered Chief Clerk'
Henry Smith and Clerk ,1ns Thompson
of the .ludkliry Depirtmeiit were tin I
unl) wllnrssrii culled The) biour.bl
with Hiem main pnpcin relailng to Hiu.
estates and cmces of whhli Kcllctt for
merly had charge In his capacity an
clerk of JiidRe l)e Holt's court Thcsa
m.ittno linte liecn Ihoioiighly Inttsli
Kited by Smith and Thompson, nml it
Is Intimated Hut there l rcuon to be
lletc that roine of the signatures found
un tlio tuiiihcrs are forged.
mil vs. ieii
AHer Hie Jur) had been out nil night
the action to quirt lile uf Alexander
i'imh'c .ignliiHt !' W Mncfnrlnne et nl
finally endeil In n mistrial. Tlio Jury
letlre'd In consider n verdlit nt .1 3D
relink )i'sprdny nfternoon. It wns
cnt to illnner n fi p. in nnd returned
tn the lur iinmi at 7 Si) p. 111 , remain
Iiir there until II p. m, when thu Jury
stood t! to 1;. At 9 n. in. tlio Jury re
Hiiinnl lis labors but It wns of 1111
ntnll. At It)' in Hie Jury reported Hint
It eould not ngrci'. It took three bal
Icils during Hie forenoon. Hip voles of
wlili li Blond to .", li to II, nnd 7 to 1,
les'icitltcly. The !iCnrne)H on botli
iildes agreed to enter a nnn suit ns far
ns Mrs. Wilder, one of the doU'iiiianls,
wns iiincerneil. In ri'Rnnl to the- rest
the result wns n mlsttrlal. Tho bono
of contention In the case Is n piece
of property nt Wnlklkl.
OTHER PEOPLE'S BUSINESS.
lMllor livening llullcllir Perusal
of Hie morning paper lias led mo tu
wonder what special Interest thu own
rr uf that paper lias In his Journal's
rcfcicncc to loans.
Is It that tlio proprl'tor of the Ad
vertiser nblmrs such (kings. Or does
lie simply trnde on the decency of nth
tis while nllowlng his piper to wnlliiw
In murk? nUSINi:ss MAN.
llonoliilu, April 20, '(ifi.
lAtlc him We dnn't know and don't
Mnucl' "I made ciullo nn Impression
nt Hie reception, didn't I? Keryhody
cecivcil to bu talking nliniit me" 'cp
iy "They tiilke-il still moro after yott
lincl gone "Now York Tclcgrnm.
Franklin- "Did that old miser who
Just died leatc much niunOy?" 1'eun
"He left nil ho lind "
HOUSES TO LEI
Bargains in Kaimuki Lots
HOMES FOR SALE
"RENT and COMPANY
Tuesday, May 1st.
AT 8 O'CLOCK, WE WILL PLACE ON SALE A CONSIDERABLE QUANTITY Ol'
WHITE and PLAIN COLORED
LACES AND EMBROIDERIES
at prices that will clear them out with a rush.
While the offering is large, do not put the nutter off till late in the day, but come early If you would have a good
selection In alt linco,
WHITE WASH GOODS.
Plain Piques 6-yds. $1.00
Fancy Piqueo 20c.
Fancy Pique 60c.
Mcrcciizcd Madras 20c.
D.-ikct Weave Madras SOc.
Satin Finished Madras 35c.
Satin Finished Madras 35c.
Cotton Voile 20c.
Cotton Grenadine 35c.
Organdie, Plaids 20c.
Striped Wash Chilton COc.
India Llnon, 8 pieces nf 24 yards cadi, being a sain'
pie line that we will sell far less than actual value, Vic
torla Lawn, 3 pieces ditto,
BLACK WASH GOODS.
Bnsket Weave Madras SOc.
36 Inch Organdie 25c. C
Cotton Pongee SOc.
COLORED WASH GOODS.
Cotton .Pongee, Navy 50c,
Cotton Pongee, Pink 50c.
French Ornanclle, Red 25c. C
French Organdie, Pink 25c.
Tan India Llnon 25c.
LACES (by the yard)
Cotton Torchon 5c. to 25c.
Narrow French Val.. Edne and
Incertlon 5c. to
Atst, Band Insertion, White
and Ecru 10c. to
Odd Lots Wide Val. Edging ,10c. to
Black Laco inoertion, 3','j to
C inch .... . . 25c. to
EHLE R5 GOOD GOODS
De Bolt Threatens
Atty. General Fleming
COURTS STATEMENT OPENLY RESENTED
In spile of tho mnt strenuous effort.!
up Hie part of Judge On Hull lo keep
the proceedings In tils court as peaceful
ns possible, there was this forenoon
another episode of war, wlikh ended
I'.ultc sensationally by the Court thu.il-
cnlng Deputy Attorney (Jcneral Tlein-
iiir wllh summary piitilslimc.nl for con
tempt. I ue Incident took nl.icn during the
trial of Hhliiulshl, n Japanese charged
with assault wltb Intent to commit
murder Klcinlng leprcsentcd the Ter
ritory iitnl W. T. Haw Una the defeiicl-
When the. Jury had bftcu sworn
fudge Dc Holt look the precaution to
wnrn tho attorneys tint they must keep
within the lioiindi of decorum H
asked tlicm lo avoid nil side remarks,
lie did not 'ippichciul Hint ainthliig '
of Hie kind would take place Still 11.1
ounce of precaution was heller than a
pound of cum. and the Jur) would unci
erst mil the Issues of Hie ease better If
all such remarks were molded
In splto of the piccuiillons of the
Judge .1 storm) Interlink' was mil pre
entcd from taking place shortly niter
wards ricmlns asked the witness a
location to which Itawllns objected.
The objection was sustained, hut Klein-1
lug piutcfdcd to nrgiix on the mutter,
stntlng that he wished lo make nu ex
Juilgo l)n Dolt told riemlng nut to
argue the point further, making his re
mark In ruth language Hint Fleming
look it ns an luilniiilion that he was
trying lo bring tho fails he desired to
bring out, before the Jury in an lui
"I represent the leirllory lu InU
lase." exclaimed Kletnlng, "ami I re
lent such a remark con If It dues ionic
1 1 inn tho Court." c
"Mr. I'TcmlnR. Von luko )our sct.t
Iinmedlntoly," toinmaiulid tho Judge.
"Otherwise I will tine you for ion
tempt." Fleming sal down and this ended
Thu cute uf Hhlrnhdil, ns outlined In
the opening sliitcmcul of thu prcwccii
lion tu tin; Jmy, Is one of 11 elass which
htnc been quite common. Hhlinlslil
was living with n prostitute named
Asnnu Moilla, nl Iwllel Ho suppuricd
himself from her earnings. The wo
man gut tired of this mid left him,
moving lo thu room of her sister, who
Ihed only a few feet from Hhlralslil'u
place. A few days later Shlinlshl
Hilled As.iuu to his room, and asked
her to gUc him sonic mime) Hin
promised lo try to ratio eoiuc. An shu
wns leaving the defendant asked her
to take her mother's picture, which wns
banging on tlio wall. While she wn
In the'' act of taking It down Slilralshl
idiot tier three times from behind The
woman lied mid rciched her slsler'i
loom In spile uf the fact that she had
Nanow Edge and Insertion. .. Sc. to 15c.
Nrrrow and Medium, Beading
and Insertion 5c. to
Aseortcd Widths, Edging and
Insertion 10c. to
Swiss Insertion and Beading ..15c. to
Assorted Edgings 20c 4
Medium Edgings 20c. to
Wide Insertions 15c'. to
Swiss Edgings 35c. to
Applique Insertions nnd Fancy
Readings 35c. to
Wide Uwlso Edgings COc. to
Widest Swiss Edgings 75c. & $1.00 25c. .
Shadow Work Insertion
62 dozen yards ... .
5 dozen yards . .
40 dozen yards . . .
100 dozen yards . ..
31 dozen yards .. .
0 dozen yards . .
German Val. Edging
C for $1,00
6 for 1 00
6 for 1.00
2"jC. to 5c.
4 Inch Val. Edging .... $1.50
3 inch Val. Edging .... 1.25
2'j Inch Val. Edging .. LOO
? Inch Val. Insertion .. 75c.
Val. Beading, asst 50c.
Black and White Embroider.
ed Chiffon $2 00
Black Embroidered Chiffon. .$2.00 to $3.50
Black Tucked Chiffon . 3.50
16 Patterno, various kinds
All over Laces $1.00 to 4.50 25p.
25c. 2',-jC. to 10c.
2','jC. to 25c.
5c. to 20c.
5c. to SOc.
been wounded lu four places The mini
then sliol hlmiclf lliiuiigh the neck,
but nut fatally
, ' '
An cMiiillvc session of the Tcrrl'o
rial Hoard of Immigration has been
called hy Chairman A I. C Atkinson
lor Hils afternoon, to be held, piobali
I), III the Hlanceiiwabl building
K. It. Btncknhto, lioseii 1 onimlsslon
or lo Hie A7ores In si'iure I.01MI or
more I'ciiluguiM" families will be
present, mid the details of his trip will
lie rrimiged. Klniknblc eptitH lo
leai for the Arores on tho first boat
for Hie Coast In May (Imcrnnr At
klnr.oti leaves for Kmi.il tills tiflornoon
to visit the MolokmiH mid wishes to
settlo the Azores business before his
.Mrs I'rutli )cslcida) reichcd the
following cable fium her daiightcr at
Nolle Dame College Hall Jose:
Safe; school continues.
Tho first enblc to nrrho from a pas
tcnger leaving llonoli'lu un Hie China
was leeched by Jnnica A Vox from
his liriither-ln-l.iw. II. K. Duncan, on
ttunday nt '1 .1) p. in. The cabto read:
'.Sadie arrived. All site Duncan."
The latter Is rrcildcut of the lte.-t.iil
(iio era Asso"Pillon of Alameda Coun
ty, with hcidcpi.irleiH In Oakland. Mr.
niimiin Is n I'nlvcislty of Cnllfninla
Crnduatc and formerly wns it cumpus
tlor 011 mi Oakland paper.
"The mchsign from I'ruser telling me
that my lelithes arc all right puis
me under 11 debt of obligation to him "
ta)s John Jones of Milium) "s shoo
Judge tli'orge I), flenr this furenoon
leeched a cablegram from his wife In
California lo the iffccr that she was
2 for 5c.
20c. 3 for 10c.
2 for 15c.
2 for 15c.
LACES (by the dwen)
Franch Val. Cdne and Incertlon.
Usual Price. 8ale Price,
. . 25c. to 35c. 10c. Doz,
. 35c. to 75c. 25c. "
. 65c to SOc. 40c. "
, .$1.00 to $2.25 50c. "
1 25 10 2 50 75e. "
,. 8.50 1.50 "
.$2.50 to $5 50 $1.00 lo $1.50
50 c. "
Willcox & Cibbs New Automatic
THE FAVORITE FAMILY MACHINE.
GARLAND STOVES and RANGES
' A CARLOAD JUST TO HAND. OCT THE ULST.
COFFEE and TEA POTS
NICKELPLATCD ON PLANISHED COPPEII.
WHITE CHINA for Decorating
EDDYS REFRIGERATORS and Ice ClicMs
THE OLDORIQINAL DIRECi AJMTHE FACTORY. STILL
Pacific Hardware Co., Ltd.
FORT AND MERCHANT STREETS.
California will probably not ship
mules to Hawaii for a long time,
as she will need every draught anl
mal she hat. Better get some of
Schuman Carriage Co.,
cafe add well nl Napa. At the lime of
the tailliipinku she wns nt 121 Ma
Minle nwniii'. Han Krnnilsio Two!
llonoliilu fnmllles had prcloilsl
lieard of the safely of their rclatvc"J
on tho same, street.
A. V. Ocnr this inoiiilng received n
cable 1 10111 Sim I'rnnclsio ba)lug tlwt
his t-coplc weio safe
fiCiirRP 11. AiiRiis rceelvrd tho fol
lowing cable this morning: "All safe,
csnt tomorrow. Mother." Mrs. Angus
and her two daughters wero in Ban
i:. H. Ilurttiiun today re "hed a
cubic niiiiuuiicliiK the safely of his peo
ple at G.!'J ficiond aventio, San Inin
dsco. At the tlmo of tho earthquake
they were storplniS nt 3S Seventeenth
No replies liac been received by offl
elnts nt tlio Naval Station lo message si
kcnl to the Navy Department when the
Iroublu lu Knu l'ranclseo was Hist an
nounced, mid tho lonj slkiuo Is nuex-
plained 'Hie Washington ollklnlt. worn
vsked fur Information concerning tlio
cailhcimkc, and nlso for Instructions
concerning Hie disposal of naval ves
sels then In this port
.IndRo Henry :. IllRhlon this after
noon reirlvcd a cable from his wife
In New York Mrs. HlRhton vvlifd that
her folks In Sun l'lanilscc) were sufu
Site lidded that she would return lo
llonoliilu as soon ns she could obtain
p.issige. i:vldintly .Mis. Illgbloii re
ceived 11 tclcgrnm fium her San l'run
ilsco relative"! aunoiinelin; their safe
ty. Mm. II. Ilemrosc tills morning cabled
her husband bfio that she was at
nt 2.M5 Post street, San i'raui'ltio.
A I'ntlll j niiiliini.
Tho Kid Wot Impulse prevented 1110
from soiiklii' her vvll' ills ole toninter?
Kin It be I'm fallln' lu lovu?-Ncvv
Music Tdihcr "What key cuused
tho iIIkuiiIiiiiI iioIch that )ou speak
of?" 'I lie I'iij (I "Tlio one that luc knl
tho piano rnd then Rot lost."
Some, men never kniivv huvv far tin)
ure aw.i) from homo until the) tiy tu
Nolle 0 Is heichy Riven that the In
cut Ion or Hack Htniiil Nn 1M Is hen by
chaiiRcd fioin the llwn side or Union
slice! lniiukn of Hotel slieet to the
"inl.nl able n Hotel stieul between
Illshop sticet mid tho Wnlklkl side of
thu Alllugtcin block, lu Hit dlstilct ol
Hated tills Sdlli day of April. 190G.
A. J CAMI'IIUI.L,
Treasurer, Tcultoiy or llawiiU.
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Lay in Flour
WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED A
LARGE SHIPMENT OF
This flour Is of a very high grade
and the consignment camo at n most
opportune time, with a flour famine
threatened. Prevent running short,
by ordering what you are likely to
need, at once.
Henry May & Co.
RETAIL MAIN 22.
WHOLESALE MAIN 02.
A BEAUTIFUL EIGHT-OOT ROUND
Top Is 44 Inches across.
Only 17.50 Only
Govoe Furniiure Go,
HOTEL AND UNION 3TS.
It Is Cool
JU8T THE PLACE TO SPEND
The best of everything
ALL STOUTS OF AMUSEMENT,
ALL KINDS OK RECREATION,
ALL THE COMFORTS OF HOME.
Tickets and Information at Oahu
Railway Station and Trent & Co., or
ring up Halelwa Hotel, King 53.
On Oundayn the Halelwa Limited, a
two.hour train, leaves at 8:22 a, m,:
returning, arrives In Honolulu at 10:10
The BUSINESS MAN'S HANDY IN
DEX, published In the Saturday Bullc.
ll and tho Veekly Edition, gives .1
conclso nnn comnieti resume of all lo
cal notices, c?lls for tenders, Judg
ments, building permits and real es
tate transactions. Evening Bulletin,
75c per month. Weekly Bulletin,
SI per year.
1'btlon has ic loafed lu pc. liability
iiiiioiir iiscim of tho public libiiiiv in
the Dlstilct uf Columbia, for while,
durlliR the Iti't xeti Hie clr ul.iilou
lins Inrienspii -'7 pei Lent. Hie propoi
tlon of fiction 1ms dcereibcd 12 per
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