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EVKN1N0 DUI.M:riN, HONOLULU. T. II. SATl'IlDAY. Al'HH. 28, 1008.
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Wednesday, April 2S 26'8
Thursday, April 26 2761
Friday, April 27 253H
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Tuesday, April 24th, 1906 2)10
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APIIII. 2S PHIll
Honolulu l.nowH Hummer In milling
whet: the baseball aim In gin to us
Joe Cohen nboiilil not link fur prU"
fighters mill theatrical companies on
thin return trip.
Peihapii tho skMicrnpcr ban proved
that It Im the only KUfc place In times
of ci.rtlittinkc stress.
Illlo admits having felt n slight
trcmhlor. utul to tlml extent run go
Honolulu line hundred per icnt better.
VI en San I'rnuclsco sets out to bold
llio wholesalers from going over to
Oakland. It Ik rrnsciiinlil) certain what
the wholesalers will do.
Apparently neither (he railway re
bate bill nor llnwall'ii refuuit bill liaH
taken udinntngc of the excitement to
TiirnltiK aurpliiM relief funds for San
1'rnnclnro Into local channels will lie
timely aid In must worthy worker
among sulTcrers ilcacrt Iiik well an
Am more details of Die Palcnnpa In
vesication n ro btought to public no
llo the mcaslon for the morning pa
per's dlsiomntiire over the rxposme ol
Its perfidy Is better understood.
Judge Do Holt gave the Shlmnlshl
Jury a fatherly roast llui didn't Judge
Do Dolt once Impose a Jl- line on a
mai. who was found guilty of having
caused the death of n fellow-man?
When the Krilcrnl troops step Into
any breicli. It Is good-b)e lo polities
and lax discipline. The) don't Know
Johnny Jones or Sister Sue The)
simply sec that all hands behac or
take quick (onscquciurs
William J. Dry an Is now put foi
ward by "conserviilhc" Democrats n .
the logical 'candidate for 1'iesldei i
Nothing tould belter demonstrate how
speedily our country Is taking up will,
the men nnd Ideals clashed us I'opu
llstle freaks u few )cars ago.
If tho Improvement Club organlza
llou Is still lu business, the Que. n
Kmtna paik' In Nuiiatiu valley Is u pro
per object of Its prompt iitlentlon. The
amount of money the Territory will
li'itllro ftoui this strip Is Insignificant
(O'npaied with tho lultie of nnntlier
public park ground.
Wn don't understand that murder la
any less murder liecuiisu it Is a 1) lull
ing, 'hut tlicie can be no hiirin collie
froii a thnrougli unal)sls of the Ko-re-iti
murdereri' rnw 'Iheio Itns been
nu nppaitnt mlsionieptlun of tlto ro
iipouiilblllly lnioUed in sending nun
to their death And when It is nil hut
wo (rust that tho attorney for the de
fense will explain how It Is ho In cied
Ited with having gone on lecnid lu fav
or of tho death penully for his clients.
SOMETHING NEW AND GOOD
With this Issue the lliillctln Intro
duces :i new inetiopollliin featuiu In
Iho way of n loiiiIc skdih worked out
with the (olot piocess made possible
by this pnper'a Duplex press eiiilp
incnt. 'Iho "Dreams of the llareblt
I'lcnd" were llrst brought out by the
New York Ktcnlug Telegram. Hf
evening edition of tho New York llu
nld. They were Immediately popuhti
nnd taken up by the newspapers of
the large cities allied with tho Iliruld
service. The lliillctln is enabled to
give this series (onducUn to good nn
liiro thioiiRh a special nriniigement
with- tho Now York Herald Thcie uro
other Rooil things in tho eeivlro, in
cluding tho reproduction of cartooiia
of lint loii.i I Intci i M published by (lie
leulliiR ni"tni)H in in newspapers. Tills
scries will li"i I'i "i llllticil to the Hal
lilil.u l-vin i m w 111 bo tllst rllmtoil
through tin '. that lliillctln i ent
ers ma) Ii.im i lie Rood things iif pro
(.ii km m v -p.iin'r work nt nil times.
CONFERENCES FOR PEACE
liitern.iih n il conferences for the
, piiitiKitlon el a belter tinilcri.tnndln,;
I hi'weni tin nitidis of the eastern nml
i t"m hemispheres lire rebeiluled Hill
ir tot iilnuiAl (Olticlilent weekn -jf
lull The mertluR nt The llnKtic the
llr-i pun uf the month and the pan
ti'Tlenu I'i nsreM nt Hlo lie Janeiro
i i ted to open on July 21, h:ne nt
nun h In (ommen of Rrent Ititvruntlniial
luipiiK that a ihaiiKC of ilalex lina liien
i iiKRcKtcd In order thai one tuny haw
.he henclll of the lluUlied work of the
'I he pntherliiR at The HiiRiie. where
all the Bleat nallons of the earth will
imremble in ly attract the wldeHt liollie
mil perhapn he more far remhltiK The
tinn-Ameriean ConnreM, liowccr, h.m
nit it rlcninennre for the I'nlled Slntis
'llin program of the eotlferenee iiiIIk
ror Hie loindderntlon of n number ol
wiplm of the hlithciit liupott.itue, not
only to I he American nallons but to
'.lie woild at large. Aidde from general
t'i'tlons perl.tluliiK to loniiiK nlal In
tinourte. natiir.illzallou. the Impll
lleatiou of (UiiRiilar lawn. Iiilernatlou-
il lopyrlcbt unit iiuaiantlne icKiilatlonn
the ciiiKiess will attempt to formulate
polities IuoIIuk iiueslloiiH of arbitra
tion the Kl.tttiM of the American repub-
IIim with i rial Ion to the lest of Die
i.oild. the pioper Kctllfincnt of dlspul
id elaltus and the inilli(,.ln lu bo pur-
fiiii' In the lolle.llou of dehtM. All n
maJorfii of the inojii dlllU'tilt and cni
I anaolni; ioniioeilcn nrlsliiK bo-
twien ilH.illnnlli and Kuropejii natloin
In re til .war o.ne grown out of ef
iiirlx lo fore the pa) men t of inoiir
due io Kuropeaiis. this feature of the
inlileieuie d( llherntlonH should be III
itself of grcit Importance.
Win lu the Orient and regular re
vival of the ancient Miurccx of Cum
l.e.in Hiilfe have for the time being ia.u
the .-until American Itcpulillcx lu the
elude They .iii nevertheless real f.u
torn In the eomtnerdal nnd polltle.il
life of our country. Not the leant Jf
mi troubles are the frequent money
oliertlug tourj of European cunt him
iIiiiIiik which the t'nlted States Is
pUeed In the delicate po.lll Ion of ps-
flntlim 111 forcing the payment of the
bill ami ut the same Unto enforcing the
Mntnoc doctrine. Any of tlieie expe
ditions tuny furnish the bixls for limit
r.crloiiB toinpllratlonn. Some hale nl-
K lily been patted oer to I be Hague
but It would be far belter for the Amer
ican nations If they lotild net with
Conimcrilnlly the South American
Held Is more liuportunt than Kurope.
Illlheito It lias been negleiled notwlth-
standliig II should be our natural mar
ket. Recently evidences hale In
etcited of our. business leaders glOtn;
tlioo markets more serious thought.
ami no doubt Secretary of Slate Root
will sttito to put new life In the pnn-1
American inoicmcnt Inaugurated li
A met leans aie pussesseil of a natural
pride lu their tirungtli iimong the great
powers of the oarlh. (Il eater satlsfnc
llf.il would be fell, Iiowcut. If the pan
Atuerleiin confarenrc prove Hiucennful
In making more permanent the bond
whbh community Intercuts and geo
Hrcphlcnl position suggest
The downtown skntlng rink an
notinces Its usual Interesting program
for ibis evening. Professor Daicn
port, iisslsted by two of his pupils, will
do a lew stunts nnd the ladles bo giv
en Iho opportunity of skating with
llielr partners, tho floor being cleared
for thlu purpose.
As It has been found Impossible to
hear Iho Hawaiian Quintet music over
the rumble of the rollers, Iho brunt
band will he In commission again this
Tho l'alama Chapel eiitertnlnnienl
which was lo be given May 1, lias been
postponed until May a,
Kaplolanl Park Addition, Moniarrat
200 ft. Frontage
Best view In Tract. Lots graded
ready for building. Low price for
Trflst Co., Limited.
FORT AND MERCHANT STREETS.
Will Hi TON!
lf iuilMtl. vi
SAYS MR. DAVIE8, MIGHT
(if TO JEAHi ME
"I li.ie heard ii goul deal of talk ol
what nun be done with this San 1'iau-
ils'o lelbi fund, should any of It be
hot tie 'did ' said T. Clle ll.nles tll'3
tnoinliiK i' Ilnllelln tepri "cntatU".
"I den i know- what will be done but
If there be any money left mer, I want
to iui in a word for the I .call I home
"We aie doing nil we can with the
mono place I at our (1IkiomI for many
woilh) suffr.ets here lu Hawaii nnd
)ct we cannot tare for llieiu nil.
'Jut before (he California disaster
Mrs. Hole and n number of other wo
men! liitctcMcu started out to scctiio
he rulicrl llou of funds for n depart
ment of the Home lo care for persom)
nh)ri("illy drereplt nnd whose people
ioiiIiI partially nurlit In their nialnlc i
...... n Tlir.n M.llnd fa.nl I Ii it , lit., til.
M.il coiitrlbiilions for the relief fund
have picicutcd making much liead
wa. I'ho people hao gUen liberally
nnd loial work must suffei
"I would nut suggest withholding a
icnt from sufferers In San I'rninlmo i
The telegraphic tepons. Imwcirr. tell ,
of Kttili mi enormous relief fund Hint It.
t.cnii iiille probable that not nil sent
will be needed. Ill e.n-e this In so (
inu assuro ftin people of the illy that
inone) given the l.eihl Home will bo
i pent In n good cause mid :i ll.i much
i'i ii Buffering atnoiib our own pcoi".
IMitor Shlozaw.i has received two
lablcgr.ims signed bj Sau 1'ranrlsi.ti
Japauea" Consul lyeno, one of which
icids lis follows.
"I.. Hliiuzawa, lalltor Hawaii Shlnpo,
"Many thanks for the unbounded
klndnc's of the good peoplo who ion
Irlbulcd $3TIJU to our relief.
J. .1. Williams lias received u cable,
from announcing tho safoly of Irein
Wills, dJiiRhtcr of T. U. Wills of l'a
lull a Mlsi WIIIb ii a student ut Node
I la m e.
i:n II Hermit litis rceehed tho ml low
fnn rr.inclsco, April 27. All will.
NATHAN. DOIMtMANN & CO.
Judge itOhliiMon this morning sign
ed nu order confirming the sale of
tttoe'k mitl Implements belonging to tho
(in) estnte to I. M. l'nnd, tho less 'V
nt the Moliiilela'ri'incli. for $1,735, Of'0' vblch surrounds each bottle. Pcruna 1c for salo by all chemists and
ibii. Jinn rcorrxentliiir' i lie Increase of firuoalsts at one dollar per bottle or six, bsttlea for five dollars.
the nllle Is to bo distributed nmong
tip- (lay heirs nnd tho rest to bo ap
plhl to the capltnl of tho estate .
HOUSES TO LEI
Bargains in Kaimuki Lots
HOMES FOR SALE
Trent mo company
Tuesday, May 1st.
AT 8 O'CLOCK, WE WILL PLACE ON SALE A CONSIDERABLE QUANTITY OP
WHITE and PLAIN COLORED
LACES AND EMBROIDERIES
at prlcco that will clear them out with a ruth.
While tho offering Is large, do not put the matter off till late In the day, but come early If you would have a good
election In all lines.
Batkct Weavo Madras ..
Satin Finlchcd Madras . .
Satin Finished Madras ...
Striped Wash Chiffon
India Llnon, 8 pleccs'of 21 yards each, being a sam
ple line that we will nell far lest than actual value, Vic
toria Lawn, 3 pieces ditto,
BLACK WASH GOODS,
Usual Price. Sale Price,
Basket Weave Madras 20c. 10c,
36-lncli Organdie 25c. 0 for $1.00
Cotton Pongee 50c.
COLORED WASH GOODS.
Cotton Ponqcc, Navy 50c.
Cotton Pongee, Pink &0c.
French Organdie, Red 25c.
French Organdie, Pink 25c.
Tan India Llnon 25c.
LACES (by the yard)
Cotton Torchon 5c. to 25c.
Narrow French Val., Edge and
Insertion 5c. to
Aest. Band Insertion, White
and Ecru 10e. to
Odd Lots Wide Vat. Edging .10c. to
lack Laco Insertion, Wi to
6 inch 25c. to
QUEE1M OF ACTRESSES
irmsam, m sin
! ill if mMIMili t
i ? IP" 'mmmmiWMMium.
I Sf !?v ' JmiWIii
MISS JULIA MARLOWE
Ittartily Ajfrcvti of I'truiui For the Nerves.
IN a recent lot lor to The 1'crunn Medi
cine. Co., Miss Julia Mnrlowe, of Now
Yorli City, writes tho following:
t "I am glad to write my endorse'
meni ui tnc great rcmruj, i'crunn,
ax a nerve tonic I do so most
heartily. ""Julia Marlon c.
Nrrvou.ncsi Is very common nmong
women. This condition Is duo toauemlo
nervo centers. Tho nene centers nre
the reservoirs of nervous llillly. Tbeno
centers becomo bloodless fur want of
Till Is especially true in Iho spring
seiKon. livery spring a hoot of Invalids
aro prod ileal as thodirecl rerultof weak
Tills can be easily obvintid by using
l'vriinn. l'eriinasirlkesnt llieroolof the
dlfllculty by corroding tho digestion.
For epeelal directions everyone snould read "The Ills of Life," a copy
Those wlsh,lnjjndlrect correspondence with Dr. Hartman and can wait
the necessary delayMn receiving a reply,
Columbus, Ohio, U. S. A.
Benson, Smith a. Co. will supply
Smuggling Chinese coolies fiom Mev
leo Into the I'nlled States Is n biisy lu-
duitry ou llio border utul n prolllablo
one, but occasionally there Is n net
hack. Tho other d-ty one of the smug
glers was caught as he was eiiterln:;
San Diego harbor at night with cl,;l..
ccjollea In u steam launch.
Sale I'i Ice.
0 for $1.00
6 for 100
6 for 1.00
2VjC. to 5c.
4 Inch Val. Edging
3 Inch Val. Edglnq .
2V inch Val. Edging
2 Inch Val. Insertion
Val. Beading, atst. .
25c. 2',c. to 10c.
5c. to 50c.
Digestion furnishes nutrition for tho
nervo centers. Properly digested food
furnishes these, reservoirs of life with
vitality which leads lo strong, steady
nerves, and thus nourishes life.
l'ertina Is In great favor among
women, especially tlio.iu who havo voca
tions that are trying to tho nerves.
l'crumi furnllie tho lasting vigor
for tho nerves that such peoplo need.
Thousand of testimonials from
women In all puts of the United Hlatcs
nro Isdng received every year. Buch
unsolicited evidence surely proves that
Perunais without nil equal as a nerve
tonic nml a vital luvlgorator.
liny a bottle of Perunn to-day.
It i ou do not receive all the bene
tits from I'crnna that you expected,
write to Dr. S. II. Hartman, Colum
should addieis Dr. S. D. Hartman,
the retail drug trade In Honolulu.
D.ilnt) little India lubber boots ute
now offered for sale lu London for lhc
"feel" of toy ten lew or oilier dogs -Kit
tuny he the pets of wealthy mistresses.
'llxfo ale lied lotind the legs with sill.
Evening Bulletin 75f per month.
Usual Price. Sale Price.
Nanow Edge and Insertion 5c. to 15c. 2 for 5c.
Nil i row and Medium, Beading
and Insertion 5c. to 20c. 3 for 10c.
Assorted Widths, Edging and
Insertion 10c. to 25c. 5c.
Swlts Insertion and Beading ..15c. to 35c. 2 for 15c.
Assorted Eclglugo 20c. A. 25c. 2 for 15c.
Medium Edgings 20c. to 35c. 10c.
Wido Inceitlons 15c. to 35c. 10c.
.Swiss Edgings 35c. to 50c. 15c.
Appliquo Insertions and Fancy
Beadlngs 35c. lo 05c. ' 15c.
Wide Swiss Edgings COc. to 75c. V 20c.
Widest Swllt Edgings 75c. . $1.00 25c. S. 35c.
Shadow Work Insertion 75c. 25c.
LACES (by the dozen)
Narrow French Val. Edge and Insertion.
Usual Price. Sale Price.
62 dozen yards 25c. to 33c. 10c. Doz.
05 dozen yards 35c. to 75c. 25c. "
10 dozen yards 65c. to 00c. 40c. "
100 dozen yards $1.00 to $2.25 50c. "
31 dozen yards 1.25 to 2.00 75c. "
0 dozen yards 8.50 1.50 "
German Val. Edging. $2.50 to 35 50 $1.00 to $1.50 "
Ucual Price. Sale Price,
Dlack and White Embroider.
cd Chllfon $2.00 50c.
Black Embroidered Chllfon . $2.00 to $3.60 75c.
Black Tucked Chiffon .... 3.50 75c.
16 Patterns, various kinds
All over Laces $1.00 to 4.50 25c. to $1.00
til III IIIHI Hilt i III IIIHI'IWIHIII I III III llli'llilll I 'II' II
Willcox & Cibbs New Automatic
THE FAVORITE FAMILY MACHINE.
GARLAND STOVES and RANGES
A CARLOAD JU3T TO HAND. GCT THC ULUT.
COFFEE and TEA POTS
NICKEL PLATED ON PLANISHED COPPER.
WHITE CHINA for Decorating
EDDYS REFRIGERATORS and Ice Chests
THE OLD ORIGINAL DIRECV AJMTHE FACTORY. JJTILL
Pacific Hardware Co., Ltd.
FORT AND MERCHANT 0TREET3.
California will probably not ship
mules to Hawaii for a long time,
as she will need every draught ani
mal she has. Better get tome of
Schuman Carriage COa,
NEW - TO-DAY
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO FORE
CLOSE AMD JiF SALE
Under or by virtue of the power of
sale contained lu that certain inorl
gage dated the "th day of Am II. IMi!l.
made by S. J. Sailer, late of Honolulu,
ibiauii in ij.imi, territory or Hawaii.
slnco decensed, as Mortgagor, t,n S. M
Damon, .1. II. Fisher and II. i:. Wnlty.
the then partners In the II nil or IHidinp
& Company, as Mortgagees, ami of rec
ord In II her 192, pages 121 121. Hawaii
'in Itcglstty of Conveyances, nnd un
der or by virtue of Ibo .power of uulc,
contained In that cennlii tuortgag dat
ed the I'Jlli day of, November, ItfOl,
made by S, J. Salter ns Mortgagor to
S. M. Damon. II. i:. Walty and 8. 11
Damon, the then partners In the firm
of lllshnp & Company, us Mortgagees.
nnd of record In llhcr 230. pages fil-fil, I
111 said Registry: mid pursuant to Sec
tion 21IU (Chapter 1 .'!'. of the It 'vised
Laws of Hawaii, tho undersigned, Wal
ler M. niffnid. nsslguee of the said
tnortgnses under that certain deed dat
ed March 1, 19u!. and of teenrd In liber
":. pages lao-IM), In said Registry,
hereby gives notice 'lint ho Intends to
iorcclosc the said mortgages for con
dltlons bioken. to-w'll: the non-pay
uieiit of the principal moneys and In
(crest secured by the said mortgages
Notice Is hcichy likewise given that
ho ptopcity (onveyi'd by the wild
moitgngcH will he sold ut public line
Hon ut the auction rooms of .lames F.
Morgan. Knahiimnuii Street, Honolulu
ufoicsald. Auctioneer, on Monday, the
liSlh day of May, l'JUl!. ut twelve
The piiiporly louieyed by tho jnld
molt gages and each of them to ho sold
First: All Hint piece or parcel of
laud situate on Keeniimoliti Street at
Mai. 11.1, Honolulu nforesald, and com
prising Lot "D" of (Jovernuieiit Lot
.r7!. nod thus bounded utul deuciilfd:
llcgliitilug nt n ixilnt ou the South
Knst slilo of Kccaiimokil Street 20(1
feet luuliiil of a toucreto post nt lite
South corner of KeoaumoUil Street,
and Dotulnls Street nnd running:
N. 18' IIS' II. ti-tio SO fee nlong'
S. Ill' 2.1' IJ, truo 1011 feet nlong'
S. 13' XV W. truo 50 feet along
N. Hi" 2.V W. truo Jill) feet along
(oveitiment Lot C77 In Initial
point. Area MI0O squiiie Tom.
Second: All Hint piece or paiccl of
l.iti I situate nt Ihu South miner of I
Domlnht Sheet and KeeaiiiuoUu Stieet,
MuMM nroiusaiil, coiniulslug Lots
"A", "II" and "li" of (lovernincnt Lot
S70. nml thus bounded nnd det-cilli d.
Ilcgiuulug ut n corner punt nt Smith
corner or KeeaiininUii Street utul D.im
Inla Flicct, nml limning thence:
S. It!" 2.V II, truo ir.tl feel aloiir
Domlnls Sheet; llieuio J
S. Ill" 35' W. Irttu 2U0 lout along
Lot "1"'; Iheneo I
N. ii 23' W. true fiO feet tilling
(ioiciunictr Lot 577; theme i
N. 13" 3.V i:, hue 101) feel ahing
Lots "D" nnd "C": tliene'.1
N. Ifi" 23' W. true lU'J reel along
Lot "C"; thence
N. 13" 35' 13. trim 1011 act along
KeeaiimoUu Shioi lo place1 ol
beginning. Alen. 20,000 square
tho said two pieces or parcels of land
bcli;,. ii part ol Hie land conveyed to
Uswuld A. Sloven by tho Hawaiian
(lovtrnincut by Itoynl I'utciit (Irani
Tunis: Cash United States Cold
Colli: deeds at expense of purchaser.
For futther particulars, apply to
HoIn.es & Stanley, Kuatiii m.ijiu Stieet,
Honolulu, Attorneys for tho under
signed, or .lames I. Morgan, Honolulu,
VAI.Ti:n M. (1IFFAHD.
Honolulu, April Sb. lUU'C.
Your Chance to
Lay in Flour
WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED A
LARGE SHIPMENT OF
This flour Is of a very high grade
and the consignment" came at n most
opportune time, with a flour famine
threatened. Prevent running abort,
by ordering what you are likely to
need, at once.
Henry May & Co.
RETAIL MAIN 22.
WHOLESALE MAIN 02.
It Is Cool
JUST THE PLACE TO SPEND
The best of everything
ALL STORTS OF AMUSEMENT,
ALL KINDS OF RECREATION,
ALL THE COMFORTS OF HOME.
Tlcketu and Information at Oahu
Railway Station and Trent &. Co., or
ring up Halelwa Hotel, King 53.
On Sundays the Halelwa Limited, a
two-hour train, leaves at 8:22 a. m.;
returning, arrives In Honolulu at 10:10
Wc eclett the grccu berrlec,
roa:t and grind the eulfee out
Delves. V.'c gjaranlcc every
poui d wc ::!!.
. M. Lev, & Go.
KING ST. PHONE MAIN 143.
Coyne Furniture Go.
148 HOTEL ST.
1113 UNION ST.
WILL OPEN MAY 1ST, COMPLETE
Ka Noeau Parlors, Alakca St., Ka
plolani Bldg. MRS. MARY A. LEE,
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